The Sarannah Daily Herald.
I I KMIAI NOVEMBER W*. !•••.
THE *• ROI’ND TABLR.”
The initial article ol tbis number is de
voted lo what may be considered a standing
theme in the Round Table : “ The Love ot
Display," “The Devotion to Fashion," “In
difference at Home." These are the topics
of descant in every week's issue of tbis de
servedly popular periodical. Now that many
of the strictures are merited that seeks to
effect a moral reform, so much needed in
Manhattan, no one will deny. New York is
a bloated metropolis, with more wealth than
refinement, more ostentation than purity of
manners, with characteristics generally that
cutitle her to the appellation of the Modern
Babylon; this does not admit of denial.—
But bow would objects of ambition be sup
plied without indulgence in the luxury that
accompanies wealth ? The elite of New
York society have not objects of aspiration
that characterize European cities. The dis
tinctions of rank, the blandishments of title,
the allurements of official life are wanting.
Riches and the luxuries they purchase mu9t
supply the absence of other incentives to
ambition. A society that is wealthy can
have no other objects of desire than those
that minister to display and outward splen
dor. The paper is written with ability.
Among the “ Reviews” is that of the “Life
of Horace Mann, by his wife," The bio
graphical sketch presented contains an in
teresting view of his career. Mr. Mann was
a representative man as regards the interests
and progress of education in the l nited
States, and was so vie wed’in Europe.
The leading polities! article is headed “The
Lesson of the Election." It is a severe stric
ture on the Democratic party, but it appears
to us not to be consistent. It charges that
party with hypocracy—with holding out
views that were never intended to be real
ized simply for the purpose of obtaining of
fice. We imagine that if the te3t of disin
terestedness is applied to political parties in
general it will be found that their conduct is
influenced by mixed motives, as is that of
individuals. Why not judge all party action
by the-same standard? The Democratic
party have made some false predictions, anil
have encouraged delusive bope9. But why
not credit its leaders with a share of pa
triotisra in sustaining President Johnson in
his reconstruction policy ? In this they were
sincere. They avowed their preference for
him in no doubtful or dubious terms, while
their opponents disguised their hostility to
him in honied phrases and the semblance of
support. Why is the one party condemned
and the other impliedly approved when there
was entire conformity between the practice
and professions of the former, while the lat
ter prolessed to uphold the administration
in its general convention, their State conven
tions and party meetings exhibiting nearly at
the same time a spirit of determined hos
tility to President Johnson in his measures
to restore the Union? Why is not historical
justice awarded in a record |that profes
ses to be impartial?
The next paper is entitled “ViMijy ia
Wall Street," and its coDdemnatiod' of thu
shameful practices jjt„ihak.iat«ifc gam
bling lor which if ia dmlfaflim must UM«t
with the ugriNmoe of ail katMtfa men
Thu v.riterthe recent
..urreoce inJWBNHMCttcw stork,by which
severai ouufftUjrt.in that slock were swin
died ont of toßßWds of dollars, or as it is
technifiallf^called, cornered, lias led bint
intoTmue general remarks ou the subject of
'stock operations in Wall street, which must
And an echo in every well constiuted mind.
The correspondence of this number is lit
tle diversified. In a letter trom Boston;
there is an elaborate criticism of Teunisou’s
poems, which although discriminating has no
novelty of remark to compensate for its
The ‘ ‘Library Table,” contains some no
tices of hook* that show powers of varied
criticism, but the catalogue is meagre.—
Why the terra Literariana is employed as a
conspicuous bead Hdc, wlicu the subjects
embraced find a place under other designa
tions, we are uuable to perceive, more par
ticularly as the word denotes affectation,and
is besides an ungraoeful innovation.
The above Periodical is with “The
Nation" is to be obtained at Estill’s Book
The Quasi Mr. Sumner.
Tbe Boston Post thus meets the arguments
of Mr. Sumner and bis "quasi rebellion’
party. If we are like the hoy the calf ran
over, and have “nothing to say” on the sub
ject of the constitutionality of tbe conditions
prescribed tor the readmission ol the Southern
States into tbe constitutional Union, we,never
theless, like to read the views ol the Northern
press on the subject. The Post says :
“The Constitution provides that “the Uni
ted States shall guarantee to every State in
this Union a republican form of Government, ”
&c. This is tbe only actus! provision cited
by Senator Sumner, and otheisofhis kidney,
as conferring power on Congress to legislate
for, or prescribe tbe terms of tbe Constitu
tions ot, the “communities" lately under con
trol of the Rebellion. But as the same au
thorities assure us that these “communities"
are no longer States in the Union, but have
voluntarily withdrawn from it, it would aeem
that the clause in the Constitution above
cited could not apply to them. The other
grounds for contending that Congress can
keep the States under its control are derived
by Senator Sumner lrom the “war powers,"
or ‘the necessity of the case as in territories.'
The war powers were at best more or less
creatures of imagination, but in order to
justify their continued exercise, these au
thors of fiction have to imagine the war itself,
since in reality none exists. Mr. Sumner says
there is a quasi rebellion ; hence his argu
ment for quasi war powers. This yuan rebel
lion consists in tbe fact that no white man
South of Mason and Dixon's line baa adopted
Mr. Sumner’s peculiar notions that tbe blacks
are equal in intelligence and superior in
morality to the whites. We would respect
tuliy suggest to President Johnson that he
exercise his quasi war powers, by sending Mr.
Sutnuei down South as a quasi army, with
General Butler as a quasi Commissary
of Subsistence, and authorize this truly
tormidable host to discharge their quasi argu
ments at, the aforesaid quasi rebels If the
latter would not suffer more than a quasi
punishment, we are no judges of what quasi
Os course tbe argument for the power of
Congress, over the territories is fatal to the
argument trom the guarantee clause in the
Constitution, or vice versa. But this incon
sistency ts no stumbling block to p«ople
educated in tbe Sumner school „f i„gi C ."
It has been diacovercdlhat sycamore leaves
used m place ot buy or straw in hens' nest
not only protect the hen from lice, but with
white washing, the use of the leaves has
entirely hautshed the vermin from the build
Mr. lIIIKI'MD 4Kb IHK Two Fkkun«.—
Tim Woild »ay« :
' It in plain that Mr. Raymond would have
Ud time for the next two year* to maimer hi*
newspaper, or to reprwMt hi* district in
Congr***, it every morning More taking
< oil. r, he thould lie compelled to go out and
take a slm| at such i|Ueu« of eeveral huudred
reulanhailent, all uimpp.-a.nl.ie, all Inault
1 o, ami all rhnlliig for their turn at the vill
Uni apart Iron, the code let the lualler he
I'h'.d, and it will he aeen that the two
I > ..I*l. leader* *o blundered in .Imping (heir
•oniruvw.y with Mi It.y.non.l a* to leave
vk, t4 *»y. Without hi* ever ei
.« . n.f hi, h aili mate pjerimtilva a* a lour
i . .. u.* k* wm.ecly Jltaaa, and vet
1 • Mahoney and M. II lio.a.i Killian
In.d Iheiueelve* **« oud l*»l In pulHuTopia.
Potato* Lirnsiraa—The London pub
lisher* sre preparing their holiday books. A
new **4N of Once a Week is to commence
with anew year. On the first of December,
anew magazine, called Tbe Argoay, Is to I>e
started. Mr. Charles Reade furnishes a serial
»>vel for it. Mr. Dickens provides the frame
work for some of hia All the Year Round
writers this year, under tbe title of “Dr
Marigold's Prescription*. ’’ ‘Rates and Taxes'
is tbe title of tbe Christmas bopk edited by
Mr. Thomas Hood, with tbe assistance of the
clever band who last year produced the
“Bunch of Eeys.” Chambers's Journal and
Once a Week will each have a Christmas
The Alabama Claims—Fcrthlh Cobbes
pondknck.—A supplement to the London
Gazette contains further additional corres
pondence between Mr. Adams and Earl Rus
sell relative to tbe departure of cruisers for
the rebels from England. Russell repeats
the argument that the British government
acted upon precedent, and supplies memo
randa showing that steps were taken to pre
vent and punish breaches of neutrality.
Every tepresentation of the American Minis
ter was considered immediately and referred,
when necessary, lo the law officers without
As iupOBTANT Rumor of Possible Intlk-
FKBENCtt HT THE UNITED STATES. The
New Orleans Times of Nov. 6, says, iD rela
tion to the rumors of naval and military
preparations, and tbe stoppage of the sales
of Government stoies : “We have informa
tion that we are not at full liberty to dis
close, which gives positive corroboration to
these rumors. Under the circumstances we
hesitate not to predict that unless the French
troops are removed from Mexico before
Christmas there will b« active intervention
on behalf of the Liberals of that country,
and tbe traditional policy ot the United
States will be vindicated."
Fobkion Aid for Fbkedmkn. A meeting
was held at Manchester, England, on the
<>tb inst., to raise funds for tbe emancipated
uegroes of the United States, the Mayor offi
ciating as chairman. Several addresses were
delivered; the speakers eloquently urging
the claims of tbe negro on Lancashire aDd
the country, and asking also for a grateful
remembrance of the munificent gift of up
wards of a quarter of a million sterling pre
sented by American citizens during the great
famine in Ireland and tbe cotton distress in
A similar meeting was held in Paris on
the 4th inst., M. Laboulaye presiding. Sev
eral speeches were made, after which a col
lection was afterwards made for the benefit
of the uegroes It amounted to about eleven
hundred trancs. A second meeting will be
held, in the hope of a better material result.
Attorney At Xjaw,
OK KICK NO. 113 BAY STREET.
(Over the Herald Readhferitoom,)
oetlKtf SAVANNAH, Qa.
OANKEB and BROKER, COLUMBUS, GEORGIA,
V nd^ 8 h Dd * etli ’ 1(1 tD( * siiver ’ Uncurrent Mon
and wold on commission.
.CyyfctHmg at this and other points attended to, and
tyscaep* remitted promptly. n!0-3w*
Black. Rufus E. Lkbtkk.
BLACK & LESTER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
Office at old atand of Norwood, Wilson A Lester,
corner of Bay and Barnard street*. octl4-tt
THOS CORWIN, WM. H. OWEN, THOB. WILSON,
OF OUIO. LATK OOL. Q.M.D. OF IOWA.
CORWIN, OWEN A WILSON,
(Late Johnston, Corwin A Ftnnell.j
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors of Claims,
OFFICE, SS2 F STREET, Nias TREASURY BUILD
ING, IN REAR OF WILLARD'S HOTEL,
Will practice in the Supreme Court ol the United
Stales, the Court of Claims, and the Courts ot the
District of Columbia.
Particular attention given to Claims and Depart
ment business. Officers Accounts adjusted.
DR. T. J. CHARLTON
HAB RESUMED THE PRACTICE OF
Medicine and Surgery.
Residence and Office corner Whitaker and Perry
JOHN B.GUIEU 4 SOS.
HAVING a tong experience in the Agency of
Steamboat Companies for many years, we will
give our persual attention to any consigned to our
care. Augusta, Nov. G-lm
C. S. BUNDY,
Or e u o r a 1 Agent
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No. 24T F Stiut, Bftwykn IS ini and 14th Sturt*,
(Nsat Pay Department,)
W(xshlrigtoxi, D. O.
TO THE CITIZENS OF CHATHAM CO.
I RESPECTFULLY announce mvself as a Candidate
for the Office of Tax Collector at tbe election in
January next, and hnmbly solicit yonr support.
n*7 ts EDWARD POWER.
To aU interested in Education.
Educational Bureau or School Institute
for the South.
Ist. To aid Colleges, Academies, Schools and Fami
lies. who seek well qualified Teachers.
‘id. To represent Teachers who desire places.
3d. To give parents information of good Schools.
41 h To ael), rent, or exchange School properties,
tth To furnish School Hooks and Materials, at pub
lishers prices, tbns saving the retail profits.
HENRY C. WAYNE, Director.
JOHN O. FKRItILL, Secretaiy,
For Cirrniar giving lurtlicr information address
John t). Ferrlll, Secretary. Savannah. Gh. nST-tf
JOHN H. DEPPISH,
Cutlery, Files. Edge Tools,
And Agricultural Implements.
Al*o, SHOT, POWDER, LEAD and CAPS.
14M Corn/rets and (17 St. Ju/ian ffrtc/*,
'lMlEutwl. rained jUWjrupMnd w u>kk, miy klud
A.idiS.Wfe' 1 '** I“*' in onlei Ant
tl' lal wal.'l Hoiks Slid lysiyilduil peiluliilna In In
niioiriilai liardsus and to do all klints us i.imuilno,
Onlers mar la Ml SI Hie ilcisl.l effia*
. w a i> r.i.MAii a Hu,,
hvril fw lands* a|a i.aideiwis
OKV GOODS AND CLOTHING.
Nice Business Suit
HEIDT Si LUDLOW,
C* i bboii'n Range.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
THE sal»ac!lt»er having formed a Cos partnership
with Mr. J. C. Ludlow, under the firm name of
Heidt A- Ludlow, respectfully calls the attention of
hia friends and the public generally to their large stock
of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes and
Hats, which they are now opening, and will sell at
Wholesale and Retail, at 71 St. Julien and 152 emi
gres streptis Gibbon’s Range.
oct6-2m E. HEIDT.
Blankets 1 Flanncs
CLOTHS AND CABSIMERES
BLEACHED AND BROWN SHIRTINGS
DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS *
FRENCH MERINOES AND ALAPACAS.
Received and for sale cheap by ~"
oct2l 174 Broughton street.
174 Brougfhton Strcot. 174
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS, the newest styles,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
WORSTED SHAWLS AND HOODS,
COUNTERPANES, HOSIERY, Ac.
Just received and for sale at the lowest pi tees by
°ct23 H. HAYM.
FINE CUSTOIYI MADE
PDONKLAN. Merchant Tailor, hasjust received a
. large invoice of New and Elegant Styles of
FRENCH CLOTHS and CASSIMERES, selected with
care In the New York Market, in accordance with the
latev fashions ofthe day. Young geniteincn desiring
a Nobby Suit, made up from Stylish Goods, cannot bo
better suited in Savannah. Mr. Donelan has facilities
for getting up Garments in the best style, unequs.. A
by any other establishment in the cily, having secured
ihe best workmen, and enlarged hia store, in orderthat
his work may be done entirely under bis own super
vision. PETEK DONELAN,
Merchant Tailor. Bull street,
n!3 Next door to the Post office.
OUK MUTUAL FRIEND; by Chas. Dickens, Com
plete and unabridged, one volume. Illustrated
Rose Douglas. Price $1 60.
lover's'l rials. Price $1 so.
Red Court Farm, by Mrs Henry Wood. Price 76c.
Self Sacrifice. Price *1 50.
Mildred Arkell. Slice $2.
East Lynne; or, the Earl's Daughter. Price Toe.
Angelin*; by the author of " The Gift. ” Price 50c.
The Banker's Secret; by tile author of "Cos How
ard." Price 76c.
Sir Jasnci V Tenant; by Mis. Braddon. Price 76c.
Match Making. Price 60c.
Hickory Hall; by Mrs. Sonthworth. Price 50c.
George Francis Train’s Speech t > the Fenlaus
The Bush Rangers, price $2 00.
Major Jones’Sketches of Travels, 75 cts., and a
further supply of his other works.
Also the complete works of Dickins, Walter Scott,
and other favorite authors. Cheap editions, at
KSTILI.S’ NEWS DEPOT,
Bull street, Back of the Post Office,
A NEAT and commodious Cottage Dwelling, with
brick outhouses attadud, will be sold if applied
for immediately, situated in Robert*ville, on Roberta
street. Price, $3,000. Apply to
Z. M. WINKLER,
At Henry Wayne’s Stables,
n2l-tf West Broad street.
Singer Sewing Machines.
Principal Office for the State of Georgia,
116 BROIGHTON STREET,
H. D. HAWLEY, General Agent.
A large assortment for sale at New York prices.
Sewing .Machines of all kinds repaired at short
Stitching neatly done, nil
ONE splendid lour or six horse Wagon, with Har
ness to match.
Also four Mules.
Enquire at the atibles of Henry Wayne, West Broad
TO THE CITY AND COUNTRY MER
W. H. TULLER & CO,,
No. 70 Ht, *7llllOll street,
4 RE receiving by every steamer, from their house in
New York, the following Goods: Shoes, Shirts,
Hats, Notions, Hosiery, mid so on, which they will sell
by the Lots, at a s nail advance on New York cost,
Gentlemen call and examine our stock, and you will
find our terms reasonable.
mmm kid cloves.
ALSO, a fine assortment of Silk, Wool and Buck
skin Ulorss and Gauntlets. Just opened at
EINSTEIN A KCK.YIAN,
n23-tl 151 congress street
J. C. KOCH,
No. 3B Seekman Street,
Corner of William,
Manufacturer of Stationery, Photographic Albums,
Music Puper, Folios, Books, Ac.
JI’ST received, Invoice Scotch and Macaboy Snuff,
and for sale by
M J. SOLOMONS A CO.,
nl7-tf Joiien' Buildings, Bay street.
CONSIGNEES p.r JOS. W. WEBSTER, from New
York, will alicud to the reception of their gonda,
anting this day at Exchange wharves nil
To the Merchants of Savannah.
fltllK uuderaiguMi. Committee from Metropolitan Fire
* Company, will wait upon ih* Merchants and Unci
ness Men (Killscity This nay, in aollrit sulisciiptions
fm tb* puiehiias ol a Stosm rirr Engine.
They iiiqa' far a prompt and genii oil. respoua* from
then fellow i iliacn.
JNO H PI LIDS',
GKO II JOIIN«TQN, Ja ,
WM. N. \ AI.LKAU,
imv4 4>,a, nolle,
S. M; GOLDING,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer lu
MIX, 'JAPS. HOOTS, MIOKX,
Nil* lf.ii riiNUIIKNH H I KE ST,
•writ > . la
I COMMIktvIO, Itl.HI HANTS, Ate.
F. M. MYRELL,
GKMICKAL tUMMISMIIS A%'D FOB
WARDING AIK HUH A NT,
BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, OA.
Harris’ Buildings, 2d door west of A. Low A
Refern to Metfert*. Hunter & Gammed, Crane, John
son Jt Graybill : Beil. Wylly & Christian . Both well A
Whitehead; Miller, Thomas A Cos.; M. A. Cohen,
Eiq. v npJt If
WM. H. Ti*ON. WM. W. GORDON
Tison & Gordon.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
No. 9f» BAY STREET,
Savannah, ------- Georgia.,
Special attention will be given t<. tbe sale of Lumber,
Roein, Turpentine, A.,
«• M. SORREL. A. fl. SORREL
CHIPPING, Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
u* 82 Bay street. Savannah, Ga.
References: Messrs. If. K. Corning, Son k Cos, N.
Y.; Messrs. Peter V. King A Cos.. N. Y.; Messrs. Fish
er, Brothers A Cos., Baltimore.; Messrs. S. AW. Welsh,
Philadelphia; National Bank, Savannah, Ga.; Francis
Sorrel. Esq , Savannah. Ga’Clias. Green,Esq., Savan
nah, Ga.; T. R. Bloom, Esq., Macon, Ga.
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
178 Pearl Street, New York.
oct4-3m } Hannah.
A. S. Hartridge,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
92 BAY STREET,
JAMES B. CAHILL,
AND DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, W ines
17X BROAD STREET,
a AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
HOLDRRS ofMerchandiee wishing to realise imme
diately will consult their intercuts by consigning
Strict attention will be given to all business en
trusted to them, and prompt returns mado at the
most reasonable rates. «ep4-3m
Hknry L. Jewittt. James I. Snides.
Jewett At Snider,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND
Scoond Street, Alucon, Georgia,
(Between Cherry and Poplar.)
Prompt personal attention given to all consign
ments of cotton, produce, untnufactures and other
articles of merchandise. Orders and consignments
solicited from all parts of the counlry. Best attentiou
given to orders lor purchasing cotton.
Agents for sevsrul first class InHurauce Companies.
C. H. BENEDICT & CO.,
No. Broad Street, New York,
Produce and Flour Commission
Dealers in Provisions, Butter, Cheese, Ac,
Special attention to Southern Orders
Consignments ou General Merchandise solicited.
TO SHIPPERS OF COTTON AND OTHER
FENNEK, UENNETT A BOWMAN,
Buccetuiors to Hotchkiss, Fenner A Bennett.
No. 40 Vesev Stbxxt, ~iw Yobs.
Ami Memphis, Tenn.
Thumbs Fknnes, Usmbt Denmei-t, D. W. Bowmen.
CHAS. L. COLBY & CO.,
Skipping Commission and Forwarding
JONES BLOCK, CORNER HAT ▲££> AUEROORM STREET
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES
Made on Consignments o the firm of Chas. L. Colby,
of New York, or to our friends in Boston.
MAUDE A WRIGHT, Agents at Augusta, Ga.
Messrs. Dabney, Morgan A Cos., New York.
Jarive Slade, New York.
Bon. J Wiley Edmonds, Boston.
Gardner Colby, Eng., Boston. sep 18—ti
Woodward, Baldwin & to.,
110 Dunne Street, New York,
0 and II Ilanover St., Baltimore.
DRY GOODd COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Liberal advances made on Consignments, Sheetings,
Osnaburgs and Yams. jyiß
joil\ s. sms & to.,
Forwarding and Commission
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c.,
NOS. 1 AND 2 SAMMIB’ BLOCK,
Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
JNO. 8. SAMMU. ED. O. BAMUIE CHAM. L. MATHER
In all kinds of
FOREIGN AND I> (MKSTIC FRUITS »an PRODUCE,
Wist IVuhikoton Market,
Opposite 143 West st., Bulkhead between Barclay and
Potatoes. Apples and Onions constantly on hand, and
put up for the Southern market
All consignments promptly attenked to.
IF" Refers to A. L. Bradley, A. Haywood, T. J.
Walsh, ami J. H Carsons.
MACKY, BEATTIE & CO.
SHIPPING AND GENERAL
203 aud 20S Bay Street.
OFFKR for sale to Wholesale Merchant, upwards of
four hundred fern, barrels of Whiskey, western
distillation, of variuiis brands and jjnalitic., together
with a large amount uflrUh and Scotch Malt Whis
kies, Brandy, Wines, Slid Gins, at Philadelphia or New
York prices, expen.e. added, or wo will fill all orders
in the alMivr named cllles, at the luWest market prices,
delivered on board anv boats of toe regular lines
lu connection with the above, we should be pleaaed
to HU all orders of Country Produce from Pblladel
nhla or New York markets Flour, Bacon. Grain,
laird, Lime, Nall, Ac., a large quantity of which
we have on hand and udbr for aale un lbs most reason
We are uiepaml at all times to make advances on
Southern Produce consigned to our baue In PbUadsl
MACKY It BEATTIE,
V 6 tiontli Water stnN't.
sept* krn DM* nod l»M Msikel street
I jv<T|MMil Sail,
niH MAUI IN U»TU TO Ul IT PHHi UAtMM*.
I»id)r*, lndvtiurtt k Jsuite),
nil 1) hi4d«fd* Manup stal.a
BAY AND LINCOLN STS.,
O’FALLON & CO„
Forwarding A Commission
I>EBPECTFULLY invite attention to our facilities
it; for the purchase or movement of Southern
Product*, and will give prompt attention to all busi
ness entrusted to our care. Intending to establish
permanently a House in Savannah expect by strict
business principle* to merit and receive a portion of
Having a commodious Warehouse for Cotton, we
are prepared to boy, or receive on consignment to our
friends iu New York or Europe, and will make ad
vance* on same ; picking, re-baling or mending all
Cotton before shipping, thereby saving the enormous
ex P£ Dße incurred in Northern ciiic6 oy this process.—
They solicit a portion of the business of the people
of Georgia and of adjoining State-*.
OFFICE, STODDABD’S RANGE
CORNER OF BAY AND LINCOLN STREETS,
W Post Office Address, Lock Box 25. oct7-3m
4. T. OUMNINGIIAM. D. o. PURSE. B. J. LABOOMBE.
CUNNINGHAM, PUR SE & CO
Factors, forwarding and commission
MERCHANTS, No. 4 Stoddard's Lower Stores,
Bay street. Savannah. Ga.
References—RobL Habersham A Rons, Hunter A
Gammell, Octavus Cohen, Brigham, Baldwin A Cos.,
Erwin A Hardee, Claghorn A Cunningham.
SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
Collection and Commission Agency,
handle Southern land and property of all descriptions.
Parties wishing to sell are invited to forward lists.—
Numerous applications now on file from parties wish
ing to purchase.
Make collections on all parts of the country.
Pay especial attention to the sale and disposal of
Southern products, ami makd advances on direct
MATTHEW H BRIDGE, Manager,
No. 9 Broad st., New York.
BKFEKRNOEB BT PERMISSION
Hon. Benjamin Fitzpatrick. Ex-Governor of Alabama.
P. Harmony, Nephews A Cos., Bankers, 38 Broadway.
Messrs. H. B. Clufin A Cos , Importers, New York.
A. W. Green leaf, Esq., Banker, N. Y. n9-3m
Alfred R. Bennett,) « Y k Ciiab. H. Bennett,
Jab. C. Van Pelt, f « e " *©rk JUlcigh,N.C.
Bennett, Van Pelt & Cos.,
FOR THE SALK OF
COTTON TOBACCO, NAVAL STORES, ETC.,
FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF STATE AND
33 Whitehall St., New York.
We have associated with us Air. D. W. Curtis, late
Public Treasurer tor North Carolina. n9-6m
JOHN L. VILLALONGA,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MER
No. 94 Bay Street,
octlii 6 m
196 BAY ST&SBT,
SCRANTON. SMITH & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Mercliants,
WOULD be happy to see the former patrons and
friends, and the public generally, at their store
at the head of Bay utreet, opposite Jefierson, where
they will be at all times happy to serve them,
BRYAN, HARTRIDGE & CO..
Bryan Strut, next to Merchants’ and Planters'
Broker and Commission Agents
FOB SALE AND PURCHASE OF
STOCKS, BANK NOTES, PRODUCE, &c.,
And for Forwarding Cotton.
Fordyce, Anderson & Janney,
Broken and General Commission merchants,
NO. 10 STODDARD’S RANGE,
Dealers in Specie, Southern Bank Notes, Bonds and
Stocks, Exchange on the Northern cities, Augusta and
Charleston, bought and Bold Liberal advances made
on consignments to onr correspondents at the Nurth.
Refer to Third National Bank, Messrs. Beebe, Keech
A Cos., Messrs. Merchant A Carman, Messrs Hall A
Huckell, New York; Messrs. Carman, Merchant A
Shaw, Philadelphia; Messrs. Wm. Lamping A Cos.,
Messrs. G. H. Reese A Bros.. Baltimore; Messrs. K.
Habersham A Sons, Messrs. Hunter A Gammeil, Mr.
Geo. W. Anderson, Mr. G. B. Lamar, Savannah.
OXO. D. FOWLS. WH. K. BOY. Ill'llll BICE
FOWLE & CO.,
FORMERLY OF ALEXANDRIA, VA.,
Importers of Railroad Iron and Dealers in
* Office, 70 Broadway,
ootifi * Cm
G. B. A G. W. LAMAR,
General Commission Merchants.
Forwarding and Shipping Agents,
MU. 94 DAY SPREE r, (upstairs.)
Refer to Geo. W. Anderson, Jno. C. FerrclandG. B.
Lamar, Savannah; W. E Jackson. Joslah Sibley A
Sous, J. 1). AJ. W. Walker, Augusta. Consignments
w. j. dlair. a. j. Smith. w. w. keek.
BLAIR, SMITH & CO.,
No. 398 Broad Street.
General Commission Merchants,
And Agents for the Sale of
WUI Purchase and Sell, on Commission, Cotton.
CottMgOoiKlf, Wines, Liquids, Produce and Msrcbau
disc of every description.
Consignment* solicited. tmnM
LIVINGSTON, FOX & CO.,
141 II rnnd wu y,
AHfMH AllMNllr I'WMI Nall Mlraia
AdvtMsn Kinds on ttut.tguinaM* ks
JNO N WIUMh.
ueta in Us tshush
s. r. r.Ttuo!., j. a. tci-cck.
PATERSON A TUCKER,
(Formerly J. T. Pateraoti A Cos„ of Augffiita. Ga.)
General Commission, Forward
ing and Shipping Merchants,
No. 9 tfloddard's Lower liange,
OPPOSITE MARINER'S CHURCH, BAY STREET,
|T A VK made arrangements for Shipping Cotton, Tim
her. Rice, Ac., lo first class lious*** in Europe and
Will make liberal advances on all consign mente.
Also, will buy and sell Timber or Lumber on Commis
We have facilities for obtaining ('barter* for V’easels
at moderate rates.
Personal attention will be given to the receiving,
forwarding and to the sale* of all merchandize entrust
ed to oqr care. We have a commodious warehouse
References-Dowling * Cos., London : Gibbs, Bright
A Cos., Liverpool; Bradford A Renick. New York ; J.
E. Bayley A Cos., Philadelphia ; James Oakes, Boston;
E. Latitte, Charleston,. 8. C.; R. H. May, fMay or,} Au
gusta Ga.; Geo. R. Crump A Cos., Augusta, Ga ; Hal
sey, Watson A Cos., Buvunnah, Oa.; D. B. Thomson,
Colnmbus, Ga.; James Gann A Son, Richmond, Va.;
Clayton, Adair A Purse. Atlanta. Ga. nov3
JC H N I. MOORE,
General Commission Merchant,
GEO. H- ARLEDGE,
7? BAY STREET,
Grocer and Ship Chandler,
Commission anti Forwarding Mer
I WOULD respectfully solicit a liberal share of pa
tronage from my friends and acquaintances, guar
anteeing to give entire satisfaction and eUI M the
lowest market prices.
Orders from the country will receive immediate and
JOHN MXRRYMAN. R. U. WARING.
JOHN MERRYMAN & CO.,
Farmers’ and Planters’ Agencv
FOR the sale of Guano, Fertilisers, Live Stock, Im
plements and Machinery, Seeds, Ac.
07 W. Fayette Street,
Refer to John S. Gittings, President Chesapeake
Bank ; Chas. Goodwin, Cashier Franklin Bank, Balti
more; E. C. Wade & Cos. and P. U. Behn, Savannah.
H. J. DICKERSON,
OFFICE OPEN AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY
No. 1 Harris* Buildings.
Latest trom Lgypt!
PENNY'S NEW EXTRACT OF THE EGYTIAN
LOTUS, anew und exquisite Perfume tor the
handkerchief. Cleopatra and the ladies of the present
day using the same perfume.
TnE EGYPTIAN LOTUS!
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS!!
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS! 11
Manufactured byF. A.Pinny, Brooklyn, New York.
K. A. LOVEJOY, Agent,
n'J-'lm 93 Fniton street, N, Y.
1 A BBLS No. 1 Mackerel
1 ” 10 bbls No. 2 Mackerel
10 bbls No. 3 Mackerel
25 half bbls No. 1 Mackerel
25 half bbls No. 3 Mackerel
150 kits No. 2 Mackerel
150 kits No. 2 Mackerel
4«* tubs Choice Lard
18 tubs Choice Butter
4 firkins Choice Butter.
The above lot are fresh and new, and will be off ered
low, to close consignment.
CHAS. L. COLBY & CO.,
nov23 Corner Abercorn and Bay streets.
Boots and Shoes !
Fellner and Poliak,
IS7 Broughton Street, Savannah, Ga.,
ARE enabled, through their permanent House in
Boston, to furnish Jobbers and Dealers in this
city as well as those in the country, with more ad
vantages and conveniences in the Boot and Shoe
Trade, than any house in said line,
1 til If | BUSHELS Prime White Corn
AOUU 2000 bushels Prime White Oats
ns N. A. HARDER A CO.
Strayed or Stolen,
A DARK BAY' HORSE, aliout ten hands high, with
long tail anil short mane, and bet ween eight
and nine years old, with no peculiurmarka. He dis
appeared from Montgomery on Sunday night last.—
Any Information In reference to him will he thank
fully received and liberally rewarded, if left at the
office of the Dally Herald. n22-tf
THE undersigned promises to cure
iu all its worst forms without the use of medicine.—
Please send for my Circular, enclosing 10 cent* for
postage. Address J. M. RUSSELL,
oetlo-3m Boston Mash.
CENTRAL R. R. A BANKING CO. OF 0A.,1
Savannah, Nov. 14, 1805 j
mi IK Annual Meeting of the Stockholders ol thl»
A Company will be held on Thursday, the 14th of
December next, ut the Hanking House in Savannah,
at 10 o'clock, a. m. A lull attendance Is earnestly re
quested. GEO. A. GUYLRK,
uU-lm I C'a^ller.
JUST received, * small invoice of heavy Fluted
Forks and Spoons, smorUal for mb’by
M J. HOLOMIINH A 00 ,
nil ts Julies' Buildings, Bay »treet.
MAVANNAII, Nov IMh. lattA
pmmg Uiy aloMMlfrom Ihe illy or State Mr. (' II
lluilw I.any duly iuib»rlr#d sgrm
„n I W TIIOMPHON
sti;i:u:al hi hhanh,
II N.rrliaMl* H«w, llllloa ll.nd. n«. <■
CtAIJ. Ute nttMllbMl of Wli iMHtI. Mol Itoioll pur
/ clinswrs U> 110 li Mipurtor shall ol
NIMTAMV A Kill WAVAI. IMPI'IIIkU,
A ado* • h»h» Faioy Giaata, Jowiliy. M(d I’islaU
WMaiwofre. iMhas NGt* kwlaotdevtw.ib*aa, 1 *4Ol
PMI Mlsawa, 0*a»ll»G WUivml Si its , S<
I BUSINESS DIRECTORY
l a. «-*»v tw
Julian eta Highest market mice* n.ia'r* U^, ”' ®*-
I WooL Beeswax, etc. Liberal cj t^“;
I> 11. BKHM, FACTOR AND
e MISSION MERCHANT, B,y CoM
etand, Savannah, Ga. * * re “' " e " old
X _____ _ ■ an
IjSrwl* Hi Hardee,
J COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
I _ Bay street. Savrti,,. u h ...
Jo*‘»» Mrionaghy, ■
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, Ae.
Samuel M. Lederer, Jobber~ioi,i (~., ~
Fanov *N» STAPnx Dev Gam*,, Arnfso'
enoxmao. Hate, Ac. 140 Oung^S,^
M Vtnt £ Co s" M sale Dealer in ,
——— Ijj* Broughton streef
Btreet « over Express Office.
Cluiri** Saloon, (lu rear of Post nffim. v n
4' GAS FITTING, &c.
Weed A Cornwell,
Wholesale Dealers in Habdwaee and Tin Wm
No. 169 and I*l Broughton street.
a PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER,
91 Bryan at., next to cor. Whitaker.
T3 AvuiU. ' -—-
-T . SEGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, Ac
Barnard street, one door Bouth of the Market.
PRINTING, STATIONERY, &c.
Snvilie A Leacii,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
e . Oor. Bryan afreet and Market Square.
Marking Ink, Manor actcbeo and for sale by
DAVID H. GALLOWAY,
/Yeo. N. Nichols,
VT BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
Bay gt„ between Abercorn and Drayton.
L'' J ‘ I *rse, LITHOGRAPHER, STATIONER.
XLfa BINDER, JOB PRINTER, Ac.
No. 0 Whitaker street.
C W. Maaon A Cos.,
Ca HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
No. 11l Bay street
WM. O. Harden, ■
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
I*s Bay street,
♦ ill4-lm » Savannah.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.
FB. Jordan, Dealer in Watcuee and Jeeklev,
« Silvee and Platek Ware. FancyUcm, Ac.
tST Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
129 Congress st„ opposite the Pulaski House.
Jos, w. can, m. and,
Cor. South Broad and Bamard-sts.,
OrnuE HotißS—9 to 10 A. M., and 4t05 g. M„
PIT Residence—Mr. Wash’s, Broughton Street,
nO-lm one door east Masonic Hall.
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
aul4 Sourheaet cor. Barnard and Broughton sts.
I A. Soloiaaoaaa & Cos.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
IF" Orders executed accurately and with despatch.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Awies A Peabody, Jobbers in Men's, Women's,
and Children’s Calf, Serge and Kid HOOTS and
SHOES, of all kinds and qualities.
152 Congress sL, 4th door North of the Market.
ED. Smyth, QUEENSWARE GLASS AND
• CHINA, at Wholesale and Retail.
109 Broughton street, 2d door from cor. of Bull
• WHOLESALE AND EETAIL OEALEB IN
CIDERS, LEMON, STRAWBERRY ani> RASPBERRY
SYRUPS, CANDIES, Ao., Ac.,
I*' - In any quantities, to suit Purchasers. .HI
John Ryan, Bottler of SODA WATER, PORTER
and ALE, CORDIALS, SYRUPS, Ac.
Cor IbcyHiid \Vost Broad^treets.
17CJQ BALES Prime Northern Hsy, per Schr Clara
IDA Pickett. For sale to arrive.
ct2:l BRT CHAM, BALLWIN A CO.
Warren & Platner,
TXTHOLESALB dealers in all kinds of coarse and
» T fine Paper, Envelops, Twines and Paper Boxes.
Sole Agents ill this city for the Bath Paper Mills.
The highest cash prices paid for Rags, Old Rope
aud Bagging and Waste Paper, In large or small
octlO-tf 210 Bay street. Savannah, Ga.
TO THE SHIPPERS OF GOODS BY THE
STEAMER SAVANNAH ON THE 4th
DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1869.
ALL persons who shipped Goods by the Steamer Sa
vannah, on the above named day, are requested
to call immediately at the store of F. M. Myrcll, Esq,
Harris’ Buildings, Bay street, and identify such gooda
as have been saved from tbe wreck ofthe steamer.
J. W. WOLCOTT,
C CONSIGNEES or owners of goods per steamship
) Chase, on voyage from New York. October -tab
19115, will please present copies of Invoiees; als",
claims for short deliveries and deductions lor
II anv, to the undersigned, "n 01 before the 16th
of December next, for tbe purpose of maklug the
jnstnient ofthe general average. .
HUNTER A GAMMELL
car Mu con Telogrugh, Augusta Conalilulionsfist
and Atlanta Intelligencer, please copy and send bill
this office. u3A~tn
f UHT reielveil, live bill* Choice WhlU Onion B*‘»
el Will be sold low, lo close coualgnrnent, by
M. J ■OLOMONB <f <»> .
|||7 |f B*> ** '
PUSSY, JONES k 00.,
MANIIFAITUNN Iran R*.ml. al. Waurn
. Noßat., Mai blewr fca Mu Mll'k *' *•*"., J
bad loop i .uibdo. Iw loi.lma* and Vt>>*
-IlhTor rICSRi Isalßtfci h* dung woih
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