The Savannah Daily Herald.
BY S. W. MASON <fc CO.
HAMI'Kt W. HAMM. K4lto»,
\V. T THOMPSON, Amocl.s* EMllor.
SAVANNAH SATURDAY“soVEMBEB t*. IM$.
OIL WORKS I* OEOROIA-PEA *rT
The Augusta Constitutionalist announces
that tbe Oil Works of Messrs. Hallaban &
Cos., iu tuat city, are now in successful op
cra'ioa, and may be regarded as a perma
nent institution. “These works are now
prepared to furnish superior cold pressed
lard oil, pea nut and machinery oils, super
fine lamp oils, and other articles in their
line at short notice.”
By way of encouragement to the enter
prise we cheerful give publicity to the above
tacts. During the war, when our govern
ment and people were cut off from the usual
Bources ot supply, tbe need for oils for all tbe
purposes to which they are applied, was se
verely felt, and although it is not to be appre
heuded that the want will ever again he ex
perienced from a similar cause, yet sound
principles of economy dictate that we should
be in this respect, as in everything else which
wo have the meana of supplying within
ourselves, if possible, self-reliant and in
dependent. Every manufacturing enter
prise that gives employment to labor and
capital, and developes the resources of our
section, is an aid and a valuable contribu
tion to the advancement of our material
prosperity There is no reason why oil mills
should not be very successful in Georgia - ',
Lard oil. now an important article of com
merce as well as of domestic consump
tion, can be manufactured here as well as in
any section of tbe Union, while the pea-nut,
which yields a very superior quality of oil,
can be produced, especially in the lower sec
tions of the State, at small cost and in the
greatest abundance. During the war mills
in JTorlb Carolina had contracts with tbe
Confederate Government for all the pea nut
oil they could manufacture, and the nuts,
which were chiefly produced In South Wes
teru Georgia, advanced to fabulous prices, to
winch was added immense charges for trans
portation to the mills. To avoid this
latter charge and to reach the pea
nuts at first cost, we know that
jus: previous to Gen Johnson's surrender,
manufactures were making preparations to
remove their machinery from North Caroli
na with a view of going extensively into the
manufacture of pea-nut oil In South Western
Georgia. When our railroads are re-establish
ed the nuts can be transported from that sec
tion o! our State at reasonable freights ; but
to our view tbe same reasons exists now,
though not in the same degree, that existed
during the period of which we speak, for the
establishment of oil mills in the region
where the pea-nut is produced. The poor
est lands of South Western Georgia pro
duce the pea-nut—the yield is immense and
the crop requires very little cultivation. —
With a steady local market for the nuts the
production would be stimulated to an un
limited extent, while the oil would com
mand a ready sale in the markets of the
country at remunerative prices.
Small farmers, soldiers' widows and or
phans, without be aid of negioes,can cultivate
the pea-nut successfully, and the enterpris
ing capitalist who affords them a steady lo
cal market for their crops by establish
ing an oil mill anywhere on the line of the
Savannah and Gulf Railroad, will be not
only a deserving, but in the end, a well re
warded public benefactor.
THE LOUISIANA ELECTION.
The Democratic nominees in this State for
Governor, Congress and both branches of
the Legislature, have been elected by large
majorities. Governor Allen, who fled to
Mexioo after the surrender of the Confederate
armies last spring, and is now engaged in the
editorial department of a paper published in
the city of Mexico, was announced a few
days before the election as a candidate for
Governor in opposition to Mr. Wells, the
regular nominee of the party, but received a
very small vote made up of a few warm and
overzealous friends and the whole mass of
the various very feeble factions that oppose
the National Democracy.
Among those elected to Congress is the
venerable Joseph Bather, eighty-five years
old, who is characterized by the Picayune as
the vestor of that body, and says tbat no
man of the same age ever entered a repre
sentative body who possessed the same
amount of energy, capacity for active busi
ness, and all his faculties, intellectual and
physical, so well preseved as this famous old
Banker of New Orleans. He Is now four
years older than Lord Palmerston at the
time of his death, both of whom entered pub
lic lite about the same lime. He is a northerner
by birth and education, but has been a citi
zen ol Louisiana for nearly a half century.
Tue citizens of New Orleans are Jubilant
over the election of this octogenarian to
Congress ; not more on account of the high
esteem in which he is held personally, than
the belief that he will be able to contribute a
great deal towards the immediate restoration
of the Southern States to the Union.
The precise relation of Louisiana to the
Union 6eems to be incomprehensible. She
is the only Southern State which has not had
a Provisional Governor appointed over her,
and therelore ehe has not been called upon
by proclamation, as were the other States,
to adopt Cettaln measures deemed necessary
for their restoration to the Union, but bas
gone on and elected State officers and mem
bers of Congress in the old way, as if her
relations had not been at all changed by the
war. In a few days Congress will meet and
the representatives of Louisiana will be in
" asbington. They express entire confi
dence that they will not be dented admis
sion; m which, however, they may be etrra
giously disappointed. We wish them tuc-
RLECTION RKTI lus
Bclloch County.—'The following is the
vote of Bulloch county at the late election:
Cua«. J. Jeokioc. ; 194
** ' ‘ToUqiou Coo cnudidttu)
Solomon Cuuen. 8(1
Chav if Hopkins 4
Carey W Styles 73
FOR StAIE SENA IK
B R Morris 134
H M. J William* ' )•,,,
*» A Brannon
-A' 1 ordtng to iu« Mow York Tribune
... L'-jfau • appointment, giv... „„
Ui fbe JWh M inlaid (im,
tfcpuuu* M repot um! m »*ry doultUul.
FimriiL A\U COMMERCIAL
Savannah, Nov. $6, ISSi.
Cotton —The depreenon noticed la our market at
the close ot our last review continued for aeveral dayS
in the early part of the present week, but an ad
vanre in the Northern market, together with large
■ales to speculators, strengthened the views of hold
ers here, and Induced them to Increase their
price*, particularly on the flner grades. Prices since
Tuesday, on all good hats, are from one to two cents
per pound higher than thoae given tn our last ctr
cular. In several days past qalte an active inquiry
has existed and fair sales have been made. Acs
erday forenoon quite a good demand sprung up
and the lots disposed of, were at the following quota
ttons, duty paid.
Low Middling. 45
Strict Middling 49 &
Jood Middling &51
The Dry Coods Market continues without new
eatures. except a slight decline In prints. There le
a good demand to All Interior and orders from Flori
da and Southern Georgia. The (toelts are ade
quate and the receipts continue good. We quote
prints at 20 to 2»Xc per yard and shirting unbleach
e<l, 4-4, 3S to Sic per yard; bleached shirting, 34 to
ssc per yard : Delaines 40c per yard.
Georgia manufactured goods are dull and very
much neglected. There is no change lu prices. AVe
quote yarns at $3 25 to 3 50 per bunch; Geo rgia shirt
ing 33 to 38c per yard.
Cloth* are tn very good demand and prices arc
much firmer In conseqnencc of an advancing ton
dency in the Northern markets, Oasslmcres are
selling at $2 to 3 per yard; Jeans 65c to *1 per yard.
Tile Money market Is slightly changed, and the
rates for gold are easier. It continues scarce, and
the demand Is somewhat alight. Brokers are pur
chasing at 4" to 47X. and selling at 49c premium.—
Sliver continues scarce and pi ices very iiregular.—
Coupons of the city continue in very lair demand.
Time bills are without change, the bank and brokers
>not discounting to any full extent. In Foreign Ex
change the transactions are moderate. Brokers are
doing a fair business In Tncurrent Money.
Receipts Since Nov. is. 1885.
Upland. Sea Island. Dom.
By River., 4.015 199 297
By Ceniral Railroad i«8
By wagons 115 7
Total Receipts, 4 894 206 297
EXPOUTB SINCE NOW'.IiER 18, 1805
Upi unu. Sea I. DomesUs,
XbM week 11.117 269 a
n-evtouaiy #r. ~<..44,903 2,800 .569
Tdtltf 56,050 2,669 3,634
STOCK ON HAND, NOVEMBEIt ISI, 865.
Upland. Sea 1. Dome M's.
Stock, Sept. 1 .3,694 94 236
Received this week 4,894 206 - 29
Previously 49,670 2,569 3,4..
Total 58,258 2.869 4,010
Exports 58,050 2.109 3,634
Stock on hand, Nov. 18,
1865 2,908 300 3
Sea Islands. —In consequence of the limited stock
placed on the market the transactions have been very
light. Prices are very irregular, as most of the stop k
offered is of a very low grade, and the only Inquiry is
for the flner staple. The general range is from Sac
to $1 23 per pound. For a very superior quality a
higher figure has been paid. Tne stock of this de
scription of cotton placid on sale Is very light, and
comes to market In small lots, the greater portion of
which Is badly prepared, for which there Is no de
Baogino—A good demand continue* for bagging.
The advance noticed in our last circular was fully
sustained by transactions. We quote Gunny at 29a30
cents ; Sea Island Dundee at32a33c; Tucker, Cooper
A- Co.’s 40c, and at retail 45.
Beeswax—The supply of this article continues
very light. A.l receipts are quickly sold. AVe quote
southern yellow at 40c per lb.
Bacon—A very good demand continues for all de
scriptions of cut meats. The prices are without
change. We quote Prime Sides at23a24c.; Shoul
ders al 21a23c., and Hams at 25a30c. For the better
qualities the latter quotation is received. There is a
moderate demand for Pickled Meats, without, how
ever, any alteration in prices. Family Pig Pork ts
quoted at sl6 @2O ts half bbl; Beef, 17X91%- We
hear of sales of Sides and Shoulders at 22c.
Bisct'rrs.—The market Is well supplied with all
descriptions of biscuits. Avery fair demand prevails
to 411 orders from the Interior.’ We quote sugar bis
cuits at 10c V lb. Boston Crackers :4o tjt lb. Soda
biscuits 13c 'vi lb. Fancy Crackers from 16 to2le
Bitter.— Our market Is without change, a fair dc
mand by local ami Interior dealers continues, the
stock offering is ample for the present demands.—
We quote Prime, in firkins, at 48 a 56c V tb, anil New
York Goshen at 63 a 54.
Cukes*:—There Is a large stock offering on the
market; holders are firm at previous lutes. Thu
demand Is very fair by the local trade and for ship
ment. We quota Prime Goshen at 20 a 23c, the latter
quoation for the better quality. English Dairy at
24 and Pine Apple at 30 cents. *
Corn.—We notice a slight advance on Maryland
white Corn. Holders are Arm, the ilemand Is fair.
We quote Maryland white at $1 20 a $1 25 per bushel,
from wharf; prime Western al $130a5135 from
store in lota.
Cement, Ac.—A fair demand by city builders con
tinues; there is a slight iutertor demand. We quote
Plaster of Paris at S4TS per bbl.j Rosedale Caiueui $4
per bbl. Plasterers hair $6 60 per cwt.
Cokkkk—There has been no change in prices since
our last report. Tbe market continues to be amply
supplied, and we quote Java at 40a42c ; St. Domingo
at 34c ; and Rio at 34a36c $ lb.
Candles.— A good demand continues for ull de
scriptions of caudles, Bober’s Georgia Tallow are In
great request by retail dealers. We quote Adaman
tine 31 to 36c 'R lb.; Hull’s Mould Tallow ‘24c lb. ;
Rober’s Georgia Tallow 25c "ft lb‘ C. H. Grants’
command 26 a 30.
Flour The market has remained unchanged
during the week, with only a limited demand for the
home trade. The stock on sale is ample for all
purposes, and by the arrival of each steamer from
the North additional supplies are received As
an Index of the market, wo quote good Ohio at
slo*s®lo 60 ; and family at sll 00®11 50. The
principal demand during the week lias been for low
er grades, and we quote them at |9®lo per bbl.
Some new dour from New York, has been sold at
•10 60 a 11 per bbl.
Kish— The market continues to be abundantly
supplied with all kinds of salted flsh. A large sup
ply of new mackerel Is now offering. We quote new
No 1 Mackerel In bids at S2O; half bbls $lO 76; kits
$3, old In kits $2 25a2 59.
Hide — The receipts continue very fair. There Is
no change In prices. A fair demand prevails and
.the small lots offering are readily purchased.
We quote as follows;
Green Hides —to 4c. per lb
Orv Salted t to 6c. per lb.
DfY.. —to 10c. pcrlb.
Dry Flint 10 to 12c. per lb.
Deer Skins. to 15c. per lb.
Lumber.—Our market at present Is well stocked
with all descriptions of Lumber, particularly of
spruce and North River stuffs. We quote spruce
-cartllng at 4)»C per foot; spruce flooring, dressed,
c per loot; there Is uo undressed flooring In mar
set ; North River common white pine l-lnclt boards,
4c per ft; cleared white pine l)»-ln. boards, per ft;
IK iuch boards, 7>4c per foot; 2 Inch plank. BJ4C per
foo*. The demand for the above descriptions ts en
tirely cottflned to the local trade and for immediate
use. Yellow pine lumber Is quite abundant and a
fair demand prevails for local consumption and ship
ment. We quote yellow pine aiantlittg at SSO per M
feet; Yellow pine undressed boards SSO peril feet;
Yellow pine dres*d boards, toughed and graved, S7O
per M feet; Ash boards $75 per Mfeet.
Lard.— There bas been no change since onr last
report. We now quote Prime Leaf at 30 a 32c in
tubs ; and Pressed at 27 a3O cents.
Cotton and Wool Cards.— Our market baa ad
vanced ;is very Arm and holders of stocks not de
sirous to operate except in limited quantities. We
quote Cotton cards sl3 per dozen, Wool cards $lO
Hay.— Since our last report a considerable quan
tity bas been received. ’• bas been sold from the
wharf at #oc n *l, and from a tore by retail at $1 26
per hundred pounda.
Lime The market ts bare of good lime, and tbe
only kind on Sale is of an Inferior quality, which is
selling at $2 per bbl.
Lemons— The stock Is very light, anil no good fresh
article Is on sale. We quote inferior at $6 a7V box.
A good quality would bring $8 a 10 p box.
Molasses.— The slock offering is ample for prea
sent demands. Prices are without change and very
Arm, the receipts were very good during the past
week. We quote New York reflned at 60 to 65c pel
gallon, Golden Syrup 80 to 90c per gallon.
Nails The demand is good, and assorted quali
ties sell at 814&8C V lb. Tbe market is fairly sup
Oats.— The market is largely stocked and we no
tlce a slight decline In prices. We quote at 75 to 80
cents per bushel.
Oils—The market Is unchanged and tbe demand
fair for city and interior trades. We quote Linseed
at $1 75 per gallon ; whale at $2 00 ; Sperm at $2 75;
Neatsfoot at $2 36 ; Lard at $2 50 ; Kerosene,
$1 10 ; Train at (1 75 ; Turpentine at $1 40.
onions.— The stock on the market tsgood, but ths
demand fur the week baa been chiefly fur the home
trade at (4 V bbl. Some Inferior 101 l have sold at
s;< 60 per bbl.
Potatoes. -The market la now well supplied, but
during the week the and diiand has been only moderate.
Holder* have toimd It difficult to dispose of their
l " m ' Xwtu made at $3 60 per barrel,
which is Hirerneral rale.
-There hse I well no Important change
I? I? ~“!"o’,"ur last report, and we quote
New crop at |t « lint; $5 to hair I„,Ja, amt 41 71
V •« * •*'» ! •» half Is,A,
cquaf luThedemaiid * “
Kola -The advame of im, lr t|o|a m iha Northern
market* liaa had a uu responding ■ n*,-i here, aud pil
,f* h* vt *'l , »b |,, d ttanm* quota >1 llqtl* cvuii
Elm k- We until* Unit lb# recall,t« ,» rough rite at
■ iniila and by store kr, p«i« It 4lll light. Tin
buying tale from ihr liii.lan nlssi i„ 1 (Tti.lirl 11
Is estimated that Ihe 1 nine crop uiasd and halt eat
sd Ihta season I, u Ills Grssl Hgiselirs, LMIIs Ugt.
clue and bsvsnnsli llveis Will not slotted iiisi
lunuu, llM»lllds Til* ttlshgllt ol *»l*t*7l I* Vuluo
l*el tl*e el a very mis!on quality. Ibegw 1 lougu
! rice deceived will have to be saved for seed or ••“cd
1 must lie imported from the East Indies to rala.
another crop. Clean rtee is in very food .lenuiid.
i An art!, le prepared by the Prredmen in wooden mor
tan aud quite inferior, Is selliog at $X to »e per
in.uml. East India Is setting at in to lie, Carolina
Citv Milled at 12 to 15c per pound.
Salt —A large stock of Liverpool and Syracuse
Salt is now offering tn this market. Tne demand !*
very fair. A nale of 250 sacks of Liverpool salt. In
r.K«I order, delivered on the wharf ts reported at $3
per sack. Sales m small lot* from store are reported
I at $3 £5 as3 60 per saek. We have not received any
particulars of sales of Syracuse salt, although the
receipts dnringthe week were very large.
.shingles.—The receipts during the week have
been very light. The demand has increased, snd
the supply Is not adequate for the marker. We
quo’e river Cypress at $0 a 7 per thousand. North
ern sawed no change. All good and fair lots meet
with readv sate. The supply is Increasing.
Spices—During the last fortnight wenotice an im
portant advam e in all kinds of apices, and now we
quote Ground Pepper. 33c ; Ginger, SOc ; Cinnamon,
65c: Cloves, 43 ; Allspice, 33c ; Mace, $1 35 $ lb.
SruAß —There Is a fair demand prevailing for all
descriptions of sugar. Huldei* are firm aud evince
very little disposition to operate. We quote Browns
16 a l7Uc ; B Coffee 21c; A Coffee 22c; Crushed 23 a
24c ; Powdered 23 a 24c%! tb.
Tea—During the week the market lias remained
without change, and we quote Imperial at $1 40@2 •
Oolong at $1 20@1 60 : and Pouchong at sl@l 10
Young Hyson at $1 50@2 50 %l lb.
Timber—During the week the receipts of ship
ping timber was very good. Mill timber Is coming
down only iu sufficient amouuts to meet present
demands. We learn with Pleasure that on
the line of the Central Rail Road a large
amount of timber is cut and being rapidly handed to
the line of the Railroad for transportation. As soon
as the company is able to finish the work of clean
ing out the timber basin connected with Savannah
and Ogeceliee Canal, and with additional rolling
stock large receipts may be expected from this quar
ter. We quote mill timber round logs sl2 to sl6
per m it. Square ranging aud shipping at $lB to su2.
Choice b ngths, etc, $25 per m ft.
Vakmsfi.—The maket is now well supplied with
this article. We quote bright per gallon, at $110;
black do., at 85c. Pitch p. p. at $5,00. per bbl.
Wool.— I The receipts continue very light. All that
is brought to market is quickly sold at prices rang
ing from 36 to 40 cents per lb.
WmsKEY’s.—The market the present week shows
a continued advance in Whiskeys on all grades.
The advance which was fully established, was ten
rents per gallon. Holders are little disposed to oper
ate, anticipating further rise jn the Northern and
Western markets. The stocks offering are quite large,
Avery fair inquiry prevails.
We quote Gibson Son’s A Co.’s whiskey as follows:
Double distilled old Rye Whiskey, per gal. $3.10;
Superior old Manongahela Whiskey, per gal.
$8,25. Choice old Manungahela Rye X ber gal. $3.30.
Choice do. do. do. XX per gal. $3,40. Choice do. do.
do. XXX per gal. $3,30. Choice do. do. do. XXXX
per gal. $3,66, Choice qld’Bourbon Whiskey per gal.
$3,40. Old Nectar 1840 per gal. $4.10 Old Family Nec
tar per gal. $4 25. Pure old Rye Whiskey per gal.
$4 36. Pure old Wheat Whiskey per gal. $4 50. Old
Cabinet Whiskey per gal. $4 75. Medar Swangin,
$5 50; NoHet’s Imperial do., $5 50; Otard,
Dupuy A Co.’s Cognac brandy, In quarter casks
and naif pipes, sll to sl6 per gallon. Sherry
AVines, $2 60 to $4 60 per gallon, according to
quality ; Imported Champagnes, De St. Marccaux A
Cos., Reims, S2B per case of quarts ; Due De Monte
brella, S2S per case. Wallace’s Brands as follows:
Rectified $2 75 ; Imperial Nectar at $3 50. Bourbon
$3 00 ; Columbian Gin at $4 00 ; M. Leavy k Cu’s
genuine Kentucky, Keller’s genuine Kentucky Whis
kies $4 to $0; Bourbon, til cases, sl2 ; Nicho
las Schnapps sl2. Sherry Wine sl2 ; Cognac Bran
dy S2O, Ale, per dozen, $3 ; Porter, per doz., $3 ;
Virginia Motmtalu Dew Whiskey $2 70 per gallon ;
Old Plantation Bourbon Whiskey $3; Fuller’s Old
Stateslso to $5; Old Santa Cruz Rum, warranted
genuine, $S to 10 ; P. H. Godard’s Brandy sls per
gallon; Seignette sls; Crown Sherry, per gal
on, $4 ; St. Martin's Port, $4 per gallon ; Ske
lian’s Golden Ale, per case of two dozen, $5
60; Porter do $3 60; Ales In bbls sls; Cham
pagne Cider per case of one doz qts $6, pts, of
two dozen $6; Kentucky Bourbon Whisky $3 60 per
gallon ; Old Bye $5 per gallon ; Old Bourbon $3 to
350 per gallon. Imported Sherry $4 25 ; and Port at
$4 25 per gallon. Imported Champagne $25 to3o per
case. Pure Holland Gin $4 to 6 per gallon ; Cognac
Brandy $8 to $lO per gallon, by case, S3O to 36. Egg
Nogg sls per case.
SAVANNAH WHOLESALE PRICES CONSENT.
Articles. PER FROM TO
Bauoino,Gunny yd 2"@—
Sea Island Dundee yd 32@33
Tucker, Cooper ACo yd 40@—
THCker, Cooper* Cos., Retail., yd 45@—
Bale Rope lb IS@l9
Bebk, Mess bbl 16@16
EtxraMess bbl 18@—
Family, halt bbls sl6
BACON. Hams lb 25@30
Shonlders lb 21@23
Sides 'lb 23@24
Bread, Navy lb 9c.
Pilot lb 10c.
Butter, Goshen, Prime lb 63@57
Prime Western, Firkins lb 48@5t
Candles, Adamantin lb 29@30
Hull’s lb 24@25
Cheese, Goshen lb 20(8123
English Dairy lb @24
Pine Apple lb 30@—
Coffee, St. Domingo lb S4@—
Rio.., lb 24@35
Java.. i lb 40@42
Cordage, Hemp tb 28tai30
Manilla tt 30@32
Domestic Goods ,
Shirtings, Brown yd
Sheetings, Brown yd
Brown Drills yd
Fish, Mackerel, No. 1, new Xbbl $lO 56
do. No. 1 bbl 20@—
do kits 8 00@-
ELOUK, Good Ohio bbllo 25@10 50
Good Family . bbl 1150@12 60
Ordinary bbl 9 00@10 00
Grain, Corn, Maryland White bush 1 1 2o@l 25
Prime Western bush 1 1 80@1 36
Oats bushl 75@s0
Glass, American Window —a—
Gunpowoek keg —a—
Hay, Prime Northern cwt 90al 00
do. Eastern cwt —a—
Hides, Dry lb 7aß
Deerskins Ms —a—
Iron, Swedes ton —a-
Pig ton —a—
Hoop : —a—
LAnD, Prime Leaf lb 81a33
Pressed lb 27030
Lime, Rockland bbl s4a
Lumber, White Pine, rougti mft s4oa—
do Pine dressed mft 60a55
Spruce Pine Scantling in ft 33a36
Yellow Pine Boards mft 60a—
Molasses, New York, refined gal 60@65
Golden Syrup gal 80®90
Nails lb 8 K@9 X
naval Stores, Tar bbl in
spirits Turpentine —@—
Oils, Linseed gal 18 ,®—
Wlnde gal 2 oo@—
Sperm gal 2 7o@—
Neatsroot gal 2 35®—
Lard gal 2 60®—
Kerosene gal 1 10®—
Train gal 1 To®—
Turpentine gal 1 40@—
Spindle Oil gal 1 85@—
Engine Oil gal 1 35®—
No. 2 Lubricating gal 86®—
Osnaburos, Flax yd
Poke, Family Pig Pork bbl 18 00@20 00
Porter, London, quarts
Raisins Malaga, box 7 00®—
“ Kbox 3 50®—
Salt, Liverpool sack 4 00® 42*
Coast sack —@—
Soap, American, yellow lb 15®18
Shot', all sizes lb —@—
Brandy, Cognac in cases gal 20 00® —
Otard, Dupuv A Cos, KA K cks., gal 11 00@15 09
Gin. Holland gal 6 50®—
Whisky, rectified gal 2 75@—
“ Old Kentucky gal 3 00®—
“ Imperial Nectar. gal 3 2S@—
Sugar, Brown lb 16@17K
B. Coffee lb 21®—
Crushed lb 23®24
Powdered lb 23@24
Tallow , lb 12^®—
Imperial ... lb 1 40@200
Oolong lb 1 20®l 60
Pouching 1 lb 1 00®l 10
Twine, Seine lb —®—
Baling lb —®—
Winks, Claret. case o 50@t2 00
Port gat 4 oo®s 00
Stierry • • • • gal 2 25®4 50
Catawba case —®B 00
Wool, Southern unwashed lb 56®37
“ Clean lb 40®42
Latest Quotations for Cncurrent Money and
Securities, corrected by Brvau, Uartrldge A Cos.,
Savannah, Nov. 24, 1805.
Notes to l>e $5 aud upwards. These rates will be
reduced 10 to 30 per cent, on smaller notes.
Prepared expressly for the Savauuah Dally Herald.
Manufacturers Bank of Macon 10
Augusta Ins. and Banking Cos 10
Bank of Augusta 28
do Alliens ...30
ilo Columbus ....15
do Commerce 10
do Fulton : 20
do Empire Stale 16
llauk of Middle Georgia 64
do savannah 46
do Slate of Georgia 26
Central Batin,ad and BaukiugCo 94
City llauk of Auguat* 24
Farmers' *ud Mechanic*' 16
Georgia Railroad and Daubing Cos 92
Manila Bank » ao
Mechanics' Bank in
Merchants' and Piautera' Bank in
Planters' Bank IT
Union do 10
Timber Cutters’ $
Iltnk of Cauiden |i
do Obarlaauiu. ;.,,,
do theater M
do QaormMKVßii.* ...a,.... , go
do llamliurg p
do he«ii*m> *g
do houlli Carolina ~,,,
do Slate of Ru 1* id
1 omun'Mal llauk, I’otiunl,!*,, 11
lunge To do Id
I Fatmex'add K*e|i*ws* 14
IM, i> haute’ f'bayaw. , rn
hosts . akolwa.
Baniof cap* Fear J®
Hank of <Hurl*.*
do Fayetteville *8
Bank of North Carolina - 42
do Wadeslsirougli ®
Bank of Washington.-. ...12
do Wilmington ®
do Yatoeyville ...12
Commercial Bank of Wilmington 15
Farmer’s Bank of North Carolina 30
Merchant's Bank of Newborn 30
Bank of Mobile L. .70
do Montgomerv - --85
do Selma *. 25
Commercial Bank 2.3 n
Central do *0
Eastern do J...40
Northern do 40
Southern do #5
Bank of Uni0n...... -70
Bank of Chattanooga...- *4
“ Memphis TO
“ Middle Tennessee 70
“ West Tennessee 20
City Bank of Nashville 45
Commercial Bank 30
Buck’s Banks 30
Ocoee “ 30
Planters’ “ 50
Northern Bank .' 80
Shelbyville Bank -.70
Traders’ “ - 20
Union Bank 50
Old Georgia fl’s .'. To@
do 7’s 90@
City of Savannah To@7s
Col urnbus 40@45
Central Railroad .....80@85
Memphis and Charleston Railroad ...,50@55
City of Savannah 85@90
Central Railroad 68@6#
Southwestern Railroad 72@T5
Muscogee Railroad 50@55
Atlantic aud Gulf Railroad '. 60@52
Georgia Railroad Tn@72
These quotations are liable to fluctuate, aud san.
not be relied on for any length of time.
Sterling, nom 107 in gold.
•• “ 152 in currency.
Boston Sight x to X per ct. dls.
New York Sight X to X per ct, dls.
do. 30 days 1 per ct. and tnt.
do. 60 days l per ct. and tnt.
Philadelphia Sight 1 perct. dis.:
Baltimore Sight.- 1 per ct. dls.
Planters’ Bilik, Fairfield 20
Planters’ and Mechanics’ Bank ,30
South W. R. K 1. 30
Union Bank 70
State Bank lo
New Tork Par to X prem.
Baltimore . .... do
TO THE VOXKKS OF CH ATItANICOIJ JiT Y
I announce myself as a candidate for tbe
office of TAX COLLECTOR of Chatham
county, and respectfully solicit the votes of
nov22-td ALEX. F. BENNETT.
To the Voters of Chatham County.
I respectfully announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of Sheriff of
Chatham County, aud ask your support at
the Jauuary election.
ts Benjamin L. Cole.
Mr. Editor : Please announce the under
named gentlemen as Candidates for the
offices of Mayor and Aldermen at the next
Municipal election. We have not consulted
them, but presume they will serve if elected.
They are not office seekers, and probably
have uo friends to reward or enemies to
MILTON J. BUCKNER.
A. P. WETTER.
A. N MILLER.
E. E HERTZ.
JOHN O FERRILL.
WM. H. TISON. S-nov4
THE iST.Y. NEWS,
Miss Carrie C. Lbsteb, a daughter of
Mississippi is authorized to visit the South,
soliciting subscriptions for the New York
News. She kindly asks the patrouage of all
our citizens. Please send your names or
call at the Pulaski House from 10 A. M. to
3 P. M-, when Miss Lester will be most hap
py to receieve you.
To the Electors of Chatham County.
Gentlemen : Having been requested by
numerous friends to allow my Dame to ba
used for tbe office of Sheriff of Chatham
county, I have the honor to announce myself
as a candidate for that position, and respect
lully solicit your suffrage.
nl7-tf CHARLES 3. WHITE.
Uall’B Vegetable Sicilian Bair Renewer
Has proved ltaeif to be the most perfect preparatiou
for the hatrever offered to the public.
It is a vegetable compound, aud contains no injuri
ous properties whatever.
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIG
It will keep the hair from falling out.
It cleanses the scalp and makes the hair soft, lus
trous and silken.
It is a splendid hair dressing.
No person, old or young; should fall to use it.
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY THE
FIRST MEDICAL AUTHORITY.
tv~Ask for Pall's Vegetable Sicilian Ha 1 Renewer,
and take uo other.
R. P. HALL & CO.,
Nashua, N. IL, Proprietors.
For sale by all druggists.
BARNES, WARD A CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
n23 6m Southern Wholesale Agents.
Dr. J. A. Clopton
OF HUNTSVILLE, ALA.,
WILL be In Savannah on the 26th lust, and may
be consultedul the Puiuski House until tlie*6i!i
ot December. He •peratea wi'h perfect success lor
Piles, Fi-tula, Fissures. Strictures, Pruritus, Polypus,
M ens, Tumors, Hare Lip, Hydrocele, Sarcoeele, Ac.
Also, puts up Met Heines for Bronehilis, Hoarseness,
Diseases ol tbo Tonsils, Uvula. Scrofulous, Cutaneous.
Kidneys and Syphilitic AUeetlons, Diseases arising
from belt-abuse, Ac.
Special attention given to Diseases of Females, for
the benefit ol whom he will meutlun that when In
Athena, in IMS3, he removed a tumor from the menu
as larg* as an lufant'a liead-measurlng 7X inches In
length—and the patient was perfectly well in a few
'lays. Tuere has liven no return of Ihe tumor, aud
tils lady Is not* enjoying fine health.
Dr. C. baa visited ueotgla for fifteen racceMlve
years, ami bas operated upon hundred* of the moat re
•pcctaUlo citizens of lbs mate
Mauy of the most Intelligent gentlemen of the
medical profession have ts-eu bis | atlr-ntt. He re
inov*4 ffve hemorrhoidal tumors as Urge as waluute
lot a medical guutlvmau or Macao, who hid by his die
cue been reutieed to a mere shadow, weiglilug ouly
flghfy Mur pounds when he operated upon him. II
rnsiten not Imw long you have suffered, or hyw Urge
ydUr hemorrhoidal tumors are, you cau be perfectly
relieved. Ms operalt'l upon U. tl. IL fry, who had
suffered lot lolly-one years with pdas protruding one
Imh Olid • hall at every ssliou losing from one to
slg ml IK* of blood al evioy aloof tteyiy lutw enj.iyt
pi rfrrt In ..i 1 It la all Iguoraucel* say that tack
drains ehounl not lie stepped, el tea eudtbuly *r
reeled, I ,
1 ell *ud bear what Mr Uerry, M*e. Mr. Il**r*, tint
hundreds el inhere, as Inullie.nl *ud hosrsl a* itobf
•elf. |w* Gi toy aiatii the snrtieel MsisHfVmee la Mm
ir el tear bar. ’I bey lists siMtsyrd, *ad k*ve been
Ladies will Iw visited el I hate bo***A p*4teW* wey
reluiii home immedlatr ly eftei tbe uni retted
lie bevel lost • pvileut, nor had *b ornldsel 4*
heppi* . war
The Mruda and acquaintance of Mr. P. G TIIOMAB.
Mr*. laabvba Tboinaa and Mr. John T. Thorau and
their Kniillua, are rcapecttnlly invited to allend the
funeral of the former, from the Lutheran Church, Thia
Morning, at 11 o'clock. *
Savannah Typographical Union.
A Regular Monthly Meeting of this Dnion will be
held THIS AFTERNOON,26th inat, at their rooms, at
Members are requested to be punctual, aa busmens
of importance will be before the meeting.
By order, H. J. MIDDLETON. President.
W. TJ. Flisn, Secretary.
Zerrnbbaliel Lodge. No.TTf. A. M.
A An Extra Meeting of this Lodge will be
■’jrrr'held This Forenoon, at 10 o’clock, for the
purpose of paying the last tribute of respect
to our deceased Brother, Peter G. Thomas.
Members of the Fraternity are respectfully Invited
W. GREENE, w. M.
Jt.o. H. Houston, Secretary. n26
German Fire Company, No. 10.
.X*'—. . you are hereby ordered to appear at
X y° ar Engine House on Sunday Mom-
C" itig, at nine o’clock, for the purpose of
attending the funeral af our Brother Fireman, A.
Cordes. HENRY BLUN, Foreman.
F. Kolb, Secretary. n25
MRS STEPHANIE BUNARD, a graduate of one of
the first Semlr aries of Eurtipe, with several years
experience, wishes to give Lessons in the Afternoon,
in French. German and music. Address to this office.
CONSTANTLY on hand. Oak Wood, at Dock wharf.
1 Orders left at this office will be attended to.
n25 • A. R. CULLENS
•Notice to Ladies.
M’ME DEMOREST’S Branch of Fashions, with
Patterns of every style of Dress, by Mrs. Vick,
114 Bryan street. n2S-lm
Wanted to Purchase,
A GOOD Horse, Bridle, Saddle, Wagon or Buggy
and Harness. Enquire of
W, R. NELSON.
At Christian Orff’s,
n26-tf 111 and 113 Congress street.
PLANTER'S BANK, 1
Savannah, Ua., 25th Nov., 1866. |
An election for Directors; to manage ihe affairs ct
this Bank for one year,’ will be’ held at the Bank
ing House in this city, on Monday, the Ist day o
THUS. H. HARDEN.
n25-la wtd Acting Cashier,
DOZEN Worcestershire Sauce
O 20 dozen Cross & Blackwell’s Pickles, Piccolilli,
Walnuts, OniOES and Cauliflower
5 dozen Superior Sweet OH
10 dozen English Sauces, well assorted. For sale by
n25-2 CLAGHORN & CUNNINGHAM.
I S. BBLS Ada Mills Flour, very superior.
A 20 bbls Hiram Smith’s Flour
20 half bbls do
Landing and for sale by
n26-‘J CLAGHORN & CUNNINGHAM.
For Sale from Wharf
150 BBLS POTATOES
50 BBLS ONIONS
30 BBLS APPLES
10 BBLS BEETS
5 BBLS CARROTS
50 KEGS CRANBERRIES
Landing to-day from Steamer Wm. Tibbeta, from
Boston, aud will be sold low t3 close consignment.
F. VV. SIMS & CO.,
n251 Over Erwin * Hardee's.
HHDS. Baltimore Bacon Sides and Shoulders
• O so tubs Goshen Butter
30 kegs New York State Butter
WEST, BRYAN 3c CO.,
n25 3 Jones’ Block,
“LIVERPOOL SACK SALT.
THE Cargo of the British ship Herald Is offered
for sale in lots to suit purchasers, by
CHARLES GREEN & SON,
12 Bay street, Stoddard’s Lower Range.
ACHESNUT SORREL MARE PONY', stands be
tween eight and nine hands high; gray hairs
In mane and tall; white face: had on a saddle and
bridle. Any person giving Information at the Her
ald Office to lead to her recovery, will lie handsomely
rewarded. THOMAS MARTIN.
a j. A small white POODLE DOG, highly
prized by the owner. A suitable reward
jbaaSSviU he paid for his return to the store,
toe B.uugutou street.
U 26 J. B. PRESDEE.
BETWEEN West Broad street and the Isle of Hope,
between S4OO and $690. Any person returning
It to this office or 1. W. Tufts, tbe loser, at the Isle of
Hope, will be a sharer thereof. D26
JUST received from the Importers, a few choice
brands of genuine Uuvauas. comprising tbe Ca
banas Ist and 3ds; Prince of Wales; No Mr. Olive
des; Plantations; Cabargat. For sales on the lowest
terms by SORKEL BROTHERS,
H 26-3 82 Bay street.
GUNNY CLOTH, Rope, Sea Island Bagging, Twine,
Bacon, Sugar aud Coffee. For sale by
n26 6 OCTAVUs COHEN.
PH. IIEIIIV, FACTOR AND GENERAL COM
• MISSION MERCHANT, Buy street, near old
stand. Savannah, On. 1 m-u.C
Literature, Science and Art*
New telime begins January, iB6O.
Tho Eci.acTio MausziNsls, as Its name Indicates, a
Mloclioa from oilier magazines and periodicals.
T hes 1 selections are carefully liimlo each month, from
the entire range of forelgu Periodical* In this respect
It la entirely unlike other monililies, and baa no rival.
The following are soma of the works from which se
loollont are made 1
London Quarterly, Revue de Deus Monde*,
Urltlab Quarterly, Igmduu Society,
North Briii-lißeview, HeuUey’a Miscellany,
Popular Nclsnce Review. Conililll Mugualua,
baiurday Review. Frasers Msgaaine,
Leisure Hour, Tempi* liar,
We,tininater Review. ( Tiamben’a Journ*!,
Dublin InlvoreuyMog, Kdlnburgh lb view,
Ari Journal, Liudou Natlnnal Rtvtew,
We have *lao arranged to secure choice aelecUoue
from the French, Oerman, and other Coni4iiaut*l Pc
nodical*, traualaled e*|iectally tor the Eclectic, bud It
la hoped this ntw toaiara will add greatly to the variate
•ltd vatu* of tbe work,
Hack uumber leembeilisbed with one or more fin
Mraat. Heeatviersa poiirali* of eiulumi atea or U
nirtrslira of liuporlabt klsiuneai even la,
Volamea aummeui * la Jkbbary aM July al eaek
year | »abanrtpu*m* 1*« a hi, my moutb
Tarftsi |4 per Yea l, Magi* MarnUra, 60 aeute.
Fl** IN aibs *ro w
alllMi t'tergymva, Tea*h*i*. aud Club* Slip
iib latwahl* in ms Addreta
• r ~ W II lIIRWkM.,
b<* M • b**bb**a*ii**t, M#» »uf*
MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY.
Ad Eaeay of Warning and Instruction for Voting
men, just published by tho Howard Aaaociation, and
sent la sealed letter envelope* free of charge.
Address Dr. J. BKILLIN UOUGnTON\ Howard
Association. Ph pa. octlJ-3m
A PHYSIOLOGICAL VUw of MAKKIAQE
Containing nearly 300 pages, and 130 fine Plates
and Engravings of the Anatomy of the Human Or
gana in a suite of Health and Disease, with a Trea
tise ou Early Errors, its Deplorable Consequences
upon the mind and Body, with the Author's Plan of
Treatment—ihe only rational and successful mode of
cure, as shown by the report of cases treated. A
truthful adviser to the married, and those contem
plating marriage, who entertain doubts of their phys
ical condition. Sent free of postage to any address,
on receipt of 25 cents, in stamps or postage currency,
by nddresaing Dr. LA CBOIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane,
Albany, N. Y.
The author may be consulted upon any or the dis
eases upon which his book treats either personally or
by mail, and medicines sent to any part of the world.
We have learned not to be astonished at anything.
Years of experience and a correspondence extending
throughout all nationalities of the habitable globe
have turned theories into facts and established a basis
from which we need not err. We are not surprised
at such facts as the following—although the persons
who write them are. We know the persons and cir
cumstances, hence feel at liberty to indorse their
“Nkw Bedford, Mass., Nov. 24, 1803.
Dear Sir, —I have been afflicted many years with
severe prostrating cramps in my limbs, cold feet aud
hands, and a general disordered system. Physicians
and medicines failed to relieve me. While visiting
pome friends in New York who were using Plantation
Bitters, they prevailed upon me to try them. I com
menced with a small wine-glassful alter dinner. Feel
ing better by degrees, in a few days I was astonished
to find the coldness and cramps had entirely left me,
and I could sleep the night through, which 1 have not
doue lor years. I feel like another being. Aly appe
tite aud strength have also greatly improved by Uie
use of the Plautatiou Bitters.
Respectfully, Juimih Russel.”
Keels bury, Wis., Sept 16, 1803.
• * • I have been in the array hospitals for four
teen months—speechless and nearly dead. At Alton,
HI., they gave ine a bottle of Plantation Bitters. # «
Three bottles restored my speech and cured me. • •
C. A. Fladt*.*’
The following is from the Manager of the Union
Home School lor the Children of Volunteers:
. New York, August 2,1863. /
Da. Drake:— Your wonderiul FlaiitatUu Bitters
have been given to some of our little children sutteiiug
Iroui weakness und weak lungs with most happy
effect. One little girl in pariicular, with pains in her
head, loss of appetite, ana daily wasting consumption,
on whom all medical skill had been exhausted, has
been entirely restored. We commenced with but a
teaspoonful ot Bitters a day. Her appetite aud
strength rapidly increased, and she is now well.
Respectfully, Mrs. O. M. Detoe.”
”* * • I owe much to you, for I verily believe
the Plantation Bitters have saved my life.
UeV. W. 11. Waggoner,
Madrid, N. Y.
“• * • Thou wilt send me two bottles more of
thy Plantation Bitters. My wife hus been greatly
benefited by their use.
Thy friend, Aba Curein,
**• • * I have been a great sufferer from Dyspep
sia. aud had to abandon preaching. • * The Plan
tation Bitters have cured me.
Rev. J. S. Catuorm,
Rochester, N. Y.”
• I have giveu the Plantation Bitters to
hundreds of our disabled soldiers with the most as
G. W. D. Andrews,
Superintendent Soldiers’ Heme, Cincinnati, O.”
**• • * The Plantation Bitters have cured me of
Liver Complaint, of which I was laid up prostrate,
aud had to übannon my business.
U. B. Kingsley, Cleveland, Ohio.”
”* * • The Plantation Bitters have cured me of
a derangement of the Kidneys and Uriuuiy Organa
that has distressed me lor years. It acts like a charm.
C. C. Moouic, No. 264 Broadway.”
&C.; Ac., Ac., Ate., <&c.
The Plantation Bitters make the weak strong, the
languid brilliaut, and are exhausted nature's great re
storer. They are compose i of the celebrated Calisaya
Bark, Whutergrcen, Sassafras, Roots, Herbs, &c., all
preserved iu perfectly pure fct. Croix Ruin.
S. T.—l Boo— X.
Persons of sedentary habits, troubled with weak
ness, lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack of appe
tite, distress after eating, torpid liver, constipation,
&c., deserve to suffer if they will not try them.
They are recommended by the highest medical au
thorities, and are warranted to produce au immediate
beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agreeable,
perfectly pure, and harmless.
Notice.— Any person pretending to sell Plantation
Bitters in bulk or by the gallon is a swindler und im
postor. It is put up only in our log cabin bottle. Be
ware of bottles refilled with imitation deleterious stuff,
fjr which several persons are already in prison. See
that every bottle has our United States stamp over t he
cork unmutilated, and our signature on steel-plate
Sold by respectable dealers throughout the habitable
P. H. DRAKC & CO.,
oct27-3m 202 Broadway,N. X.
(lagan’s Magnolia Balm*
This Is tbe most dellghlful and extraordinary article
ever discovered. It changes the sun-burnt face and
hands to a pearly satin texture of ravishing beauty,
imparting the marble purity of youth, and the distin
gue appearance so inviting In the city belle of fashion.
It removes tan, freckles, pimples and roughness from
the skin, leaving the complexion fresh, transparent
and smooth. It contains no material injurious to
the sklu. Patronized by Actresses and Opera
Singers. It is what every lady should have. Sold
everywhere. Retail price, 50 cents.
Prepared by W. E. HAGAN, Troy, N. Y.
Address all orders to
DEMAS BARNES A CO.,
0c127-eodly New York.
Kftthalron is from the Greek word “Kathro," or
“Kathalro," signifying to cleanse, rejuvenate and re
store. This miticle Is what its name signifies. For
preserving, restoring and beautify lug the human balr.
It la the moat remarkable preparation In the world.
It la again owned and put up by .the original proprie
tor, and U now made with the sam* care, skill and at
tention which gave It a sale of over ono million bot
tles per annum.
It la a most delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicate* scurf and dandruff.
It keeps the head cool and clean.
It makes tbe hair rich, soft aud glossy.
It prevent* tbe hair from faliiug off and tnrniug
It restores hair upon bald head*.
Any lady or gentltmau who valuta u boaatful bead
of balr ahould use Lyon's Kathalron. It la known
and used ihroug bout the civilised world Hold by al
PEMAH BHINES A CO.,
ocltT-eodtr New York.
ITCH I ITCH I ITCH!
SCRATCH I BCIIATCUII HCHATCH! 11
wiu 1111 tni him 11 ratTMim mmm.
'Also run* Nall Hb»um. Ul<*nb Obllblalaa, aud all
IrapUuba of Iks bbl*. Prtc* to caul 4 Fur late by
all Druustete liy wilding «i real* te Wm4u a Putter
kata Ag»Ma, IT* Wteklugte* street. Rrertua, Mas*.. M
•HU b* fmwanted by Mail, We* of |WMffoa> Iw any
Fart ol Um Uatted ktatua, tsoill-uoi
Suva » n a li T li e u t rs
SATURDAY KVEMIKU. LloV. q-j.
For oue ujqlrf only Uie Great Draita of the
streets of New York
With New Scenery and Great Caat *
To conclude with
Kiss in the Dark.
Monday, MR and MRB UAItRY WATKINB n.,
Mrs. Chao Howard) will app.-ar in the Irish lir.m 4 e
KATHLEEN MAVOURNKEN. “ Dralua ®l
W'IVI'KU. ”- L ‘~
FRENCH and Silk Embroidery and Braidim, re a
Orders left at Mrs. Taylorts, mr"r
Broad and Drayton streets, will lie attended to pr^,p£
A PRACTICAL Paper Hinder, of New York wi.h-.
“ “ B'Hstion in some first cla»“ hone,- in this „t.
Address BAM LP. DAVIS, *'
FOR E. H. S.—'ls bbls Flour
20 half bbls Flour
9 bbls Crackers
6 bbls Apples
6 bbls Eggs
G & W —loo tubs Lard.
If not called for will be sold for freight and exner.,,,
*>«23 BRIGHAM. Baldw™ Tf o '
A STORE, on BiV street, or portion of a large store
divided off, with an office overhead. Address
-Merchant,” nerald offir-e, n iß-tf
SOO A MO , NTII! Agents wanted wanted for tic
cntirel/ new articles, iust out. Address O T
GAREY, City Building, Blddelord, Maine,
A GENTLEMAN of strict business habits, and 15
years’ experience, desires a position as Salesman
01 B .okkeepor lu some Commission House in this city,
where the services of a valuable man would be an.
P'-ecltted Address, for ten days, Bookkeeper, Ilcrald
Oihce. Savannah, Get. tf-nls
UiOfi A DAY! Agents wnnted to sell anew nnd
tPIWCJ wonderful SEWING Al lIiNE, the only
cheap one licensed. Addicss SIIAW * CLAIiK. Bld
deford. Maiue. sepl4-(Uw3m
FOB SALE. & TO RENT.
.A. ISTuimber One
Phelan’s Billiard Table
Enquire at Herald office.
021-1 w W. O’M.
For Lease or Rent,
ACRKB of good Farm Land, two miles from the
Otr court House. Apply to
„ JOHN MoMAHON.
n23-tf Jefferson and Broughton streets.
. A LOWER Room in ths Screven House will bo rent-
JH ed to a good teriit, for oue or more years, hb a
barber shop for that hotel and ihe public
BRYAN, HaHTRIDGR k CO,
THAT well-known, desirably located, and highly
popular establishment, situated on Bull street,
between South Broad and Hull streets, occupying
four entire lots of CO by 90 feet each, and the lane be
tween them, and containing about forty roomu, is
now offered for rent.
The party renting this property will be required to
make the neces-hry repairs and give satisfactory se
curity for the punctual payment 01 re..t,
JOHN M. COOPER,
uov7—tf Frcs’t Union Society.
I OFFER for Rent next year, 1860, my Rice Plsre. in
Camden county, Ga., on the Great Satilla Kivi'r.
known as the “Vernon Plantation,” containing 429
seres of first quality Rice Land, and about 190 acre,
of high land, all in perfect order. Said Plantation h»s
been cultivated daring the war. nnd therefore requires
no extra work to prepare It for a crop the ensuing
All the negroes formerly belonging to me are still on
the place and anxious to remain, so there would be
no difficulty in procuring laborer*. On the place is s
comfortable dwelling house, together with all tlie
necessary buildings for the accommodation of labor
ers aud storing he crop.
Seed for the coming year, including Rice, Com. Pens,
Sugar Cone, Sorghum, Cotton, See., can be obtained
on the placo. For further particulars address the sub
scriber at Waynesville, Wayne county. Ga.
oci3o-lm JAS. F. KING.
Store to Let,.
AT HILTON HEAD, S. CL.
TUe light and commodious Store, corner Merchants’
Row and Palmetto Avenus, to lease for a limited time.
Terms easy. Address
W. S. SAMPSON, Jr., Agent,
octlß ts Lock Box E. Hilton Head 8. C.
ROOMS TO LET,"
AT HILTON HEAD, S.C.
The “Palmetto Herald Building,’’ having been newly
fitted np, now offer large and airy Rooms suitable for
Sleeping Apartments or Business purposes. For terms
address w> 8 SAMPSON, Jr., Agent.
octlß ts Lock Box B, Hilton Head. & C
ATCBBLOR’B haxb, dtb I
The Original and Best in the World I Tbe only tme
and perfect Hair Dyo. Harmless, Reliable and Instan
taneous. Produces iramedlate.y a splendid Black or ,
natural Brown, without Injuring the hair or skin-
Remedies the 111 effects of bad dye*. Sold by all Drug
gists. The genuine is signed William A. Batchelor.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLBFLEURH.
For Restoring and Beautifying tho Hair.
*ul4-ly CHARLES BATCHELOR, New Yoax-
PROFESSOR STARK will promptly attend to *«
orders, for Tuning Plano*, left at J. 0. Schrelutn
& Ann’s Music Store.
Will also give Lemons on Guitar.
A •*“* **te**»*u* # k. hM»M,
I, it M , Ul tkwuffua* #*•*’