The Savannah Daily Herald.
BY S. W. MASON A CO.
*A.»IIKI. V\. >*'**►* KC*lllor,
w . T. TiIOHPM* *»«M i»lr Kililur.
t >.\\ ANNAII. SATCBBAY, DECEMBER 2, 1685.
OCR KORKII*' RELATIO**
A recent special dispatch trout Washing
ton to a New York paper, announces that
the consideration of our ioreign relations has
occupied a great deat of the attention ot the
President and his Cabinet during the last
two weeks. It is stated also that the French
Minister has bad several long interviews with
the President and Secretary of State, after
l tie receipt by the latter of voluminous afld
highly important dispatches both from Mr.
Adams and Mr. Bigelow.
The entangling difficulties with France,
growing out of the occupation of Mexico by
a foreign potentate, in violation of the Mon
roe doctriue, and the embarrassing nature of
our diplomatic relations with England occa
sioned by a conflict ot views touching the
demand lor indemnity for alleged spoliations
upon the commerce of the United States by
the Alabama and other Confederate war ves
sels constructed, or fitted out, in English
jtorts, are well calculated to precipitate a
breach of the pacific relations between our
Government and that of France or England.
Yet, notwithstanding these threatening in
dications, and others of equal significance,
which are producing no little agitation in
political and financial circles on both sides
of the Atlantic, we think it may be safely
assumed that there will not be a foreign war.
It cannot he denied, however, that, owing
to the present state of ill-feeling between
our Government and that of France, inten
sified, as it will be, by the recent appoint
ment of a Minister resident to the Govern
ment of Juarez, it wonld take very little to
precipitate a conflict j and collisions might
take place on the Mexican frontier between
our troops and those of the French Empe
ror. But it is reasonable to suppose that
every thing of this kind lias been foreseen
and provided for by the Administration.
It is well known that the foreign policy of
the United States Government for the last
five years has been managed by Mr. Seward
on principles obviously having exclusive ref
erence to the late internecihe war, and though
the struggle has terminated in the restoration
of the Union, mauy of the principles referred
to have not, in their applicability, ceased to
exist, and the violation of which is as much
forbidden by the forecaste of the astute pre
mier now,as before the collapse of the military
power of the rebellion. Our reasoning on
this subject is greatly strengthened by the
alleged fact that in 1861 and '62, Mr. Seward
admitted the right ot Napoleon to land a
French army in Mexico and to make war on
that country, which he must have known
would result in the extinction of the Repub
lic, because he believed that if he did not do
so, Napoleon might recognize the South and
thus prevent him from putting down the re
bellion. . . ,
If the anti-war hypothesis ascribed to Mr.
Seward is, indeed, correct, the appointment
of a Minister to Mexico at a time when the
Administration has determined not to depart
from its former neutrality, is, seemingly, a
singular violation of sound policy ; and yet
such is the high character of the Secretary
for diplomatic skill and profound statesman
ship, that to indulge in criticism might sub
ject us to the charge of gross presumption
But it must be apparent to all that the ap
pointment of a Minister to that country un
der a strict adherence to the policy ot non
intervention . that now predominates at
Washington, will only prolong in Mexico a
hopeless struggle, and c6st the lives of hun
dreds of brave men who will never abandon
the struggle as long as they are thus encour
aged to hope for aid from this country—aid
that may never come.
It is fair to presume from what lias already
transpired and been made public, that our
policy towards England has likewise been
governed by certain fixed principles ever
since the commencement of the late war.—
Those principles, which have been explicitly
set forth in Mr. Seward’s correspondence,
steadily adhered to for the last five years,
have thus prevented a foreign war. There
is no prospect, at present, that Mr. Seward
will be removed from the Cabinet, and, if he
remains, his policy with England will con
The claims for depredation l ? on American
Commerce, committed by vessels fitted out
in English poits, will be amicably discussed,
and if Lord Palmerston had lived, they
might have been settled, or at least compro
mised. But the dispatch to which we have
alluded says intelligence has been received
at W ashington, Pom London, to the effec l
that the JN r ew English Cabinet will positively
ignore those claims, and will refuse to make
any compensation for them, and will base
that retinal first, and generally, upon certain
principles of international law • and second,
upon admissions made by Mr. Seward him
self, in his cortespondence during the war.
This, it is said, wiil be the ultimatum of .the
English Government on the subject. What,
then, will be left for Mr. Seward to do?
Either to submit or go to war to euforce our
claims. To accept the latter alternative
would bring about-an immediate'alliance, of
fensive and defensive, between France and
Great Britain, lor the alliance that assailed
Russia is still Intact. And in a war .with
two such powers we would be the greatest
sufferers. Nobody knows this better than
Tm. Richmom, Medical Journal.—The
attention of Medical gentlemen is directed to
the prospectus of the Hiehiiioud Medical
Journal, the hrst number ot which will
shortly appear trout the Richmond Virginia
ptess, under the editorial direction of Ur E
S Gaillard, and Dr. W. S. McCherney, 1»U.
... whom ure endorsed by the Richmond press
as gentlemen of eminent professional ipiali
filiations and highest moral worth and social
standing. Dr. Gsillurd ol Richmond,
held a i„g U position in the Confederate Medi
cal Mall', is distinguished North and South
lor hla scientific aUuiumcms and professional
and is a wrller of cullevatinu ami
- Oerrit Kmtth, of New York, 1* ptiw in
* hlcugii, for lh< purpose of prosecuting the
I input tors ol the Chicago Tribune for li
'.I, published in that journal in June last
J* " iwpileallon, he Is accused „|
••iKisisiw lusaulfy, t„ , rwi)t 1(li
HpowsiUltij i« n,e J„im iu t ,*n raid, ami
Umil Im. pmp.v I'ouiinuet) ii limn H n,, r
I.iurou wag Inaugurated.
fIIUHUL AM* COMMERCIAL.
HaV»n SXU. Dec. t, 1«.
Cotton. —At the close ot outlast weekl y n*vi«*
we quoad Middling Cotton* at 47,'.*44Tents pci ll*.
Since ilu'ii the market baa IlmlqaU cl Iroin day to
day, and no regular rate has existed. The small
stock placed oo sale, enabled,holders to demand the i
full rate, at which prices the aales were made. On
Wednesday later intelligence from Kuro|ie shotted
• hat the ...terpool market had experienced a decline, j
whi<s induced most of the holders In our market to
dispose of theirdote, Unbuiltting to a decline of front
at, to l cent per pound on last week's quotations.
Many holders have withdrawn their lots from the
market, anti are not willing to aecept the present
tigering rate. The stock on sale continues very limi
ted, and Is only offered In small quantities. There
are quite a number of European orders in Hie mar
ket, but Die rale is limited, and as little good Cotton
is on sale, they cannot be mled at present. Prices
continue vert irregular, but yesterday the following '
were the ruling rates, dirty paid :
bow Middling 44 ft
Middling .i.., 47 ft
strict Middling .........48 (u,
Joed Middling 40 ft
The l>rr Goods Market continues without new
tealures, except a slight define in prints. There is
a good demand to till interior am) orders from Plot!
da and Southern Georgia. The stocks are aile
quate ami the receipt* contihue good. We quote
prints at 20to 29 Md per yard and shirting unbleach
ed, 44, as to 3Sc per yard; bleached shirting, 34 to
Sir per yard jDelaines 40c per yard.
Georgia mauufactured goods are dull aud very
much neglected. There Is no change in prices. We
quote yarns at $3 24 to 3 50 per bunch; Georgia shirt
tng S3 to 38c per yard. •
Cloths aru in very good demand and prices are
much dnuer in consequence of un advancing ten
dency In the Northern markets, Oassitneres are
si lling at $2 to 3 per yard ; Jeans 66c to $1 per yard.
The Money market js slighly changed, and the
Tate- for g6ld are easier. It continues scarce, and
the demand is somewhat slight. Brokers are pur
chasing at 47 to 47G, and selling at 49c premium.—
silver continues scarce and prices very irregular.—
Coupons of the city continue In very fair 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 I’ncurrent Money.
Upland. Sea island. Dorn.
Ikceipts Since Nov. 25, 1565.
By' River 5,568 141 74
By Central Railroad 164 13
By wagons 140 22
Total Receipts, 6 872 is« 74
EXroRTS SINCE NOVEMHER 26, t 685
Upland, sen I. DomesUs,
Tins week 7.310 IX3 124
Previously 56,1160 2,569 3,634
Total 63.360 2,682 3,758
STOCK ON BAND, DECEMBER 1,1866.
Upland. Sea 1. Domes Vs.
Stock, Sept. 1 3,694 " 94 236
Received this week 5,872 186 74
Previously 46,564 2,775 3,774
Total 85,134 3,065 4,081
Exports 63,360 2,682 3,758
Stock on hand, Dec. 1,
1865. 1,770 3 73 326
Ska Isi.ands.—ln consequence of the limited stock
placed on the market the transactions have been very
light. Prices are very irregular, as most of tile stock
offered is of a very low grade, and the only inquiry is
lor the Oner staple. The general range is from 86c
to $1 25 per pound. Eor a very superior quality a
higher Ugure has been jiaM. Tne stock of this 'de
scription of cotton placed on sale Is very light, and
conies to market in small;lots, the greater portion of
which Is badly prepared, for which there is no de-
Baooino—A good demand continues for bagging.
The advance noticed In our last circular was fully
sustained by transactions. We quote Gunny at 23a30
cents ; Sea Island Dundee at 32a33c ; Tucker, Cooper
A Co.'s 40c, and at retail 45.
Flour—The market has remained unchanged
during the week, with only a limited demand for the
home trade. The stock on sale la ample for all
purposes, and by the arrival of each steamer from
the North additional supplies are received As
an Index of the market, we quote good Ohio at
$lO 24(0,10 ao ; and family at sll 00ftU 50. The
principal demand during the week has been for low
er grades, and we quote them at s9@lo per 1,1,1.
Some new lUjur from New York, has been sold at
$lO 50a it per bbl-.
Bacon—A very good demand continues for all de
senptions of cut meats. The prices are withou
change We quote Prime Sides at23a24c.; Shoul
ders ar 21a23c., and llams at 26a30c. Eor ttie better
qualities the latter quotation Is received. There is a
moderate demand lor Pickled Meats, without, how
ever, any alteration in prices. Family Pig Pork is
quoted at sl6 ft2o V half bbl; Beef, lTVfftK We
hear of sales of Sides and Shoulders at ‘22c.
Biscuits.—The market Is well supplied with all
'descriptions of biscuits. Avery fair demand prevails
lo till ordbrs from the Interior. We quote sugar bis
cuits at 16c > lb. Boston Crackers ’.4a (b. Soda
biscuits 13c f tb. Fancy Crackers from 16 tonic 1
Butter.—Our market is without change, a fair de
mand by local and interior dealers continues, the
stock offering Is ample for the present demands.—
We quote Prime, iri firkins, at 45 a 50c tb, and New
York Goshen at 55 a 60.
CiiEESE*-TUere Is a large stock offering on the
market; holders are firm at previous 1 ates. The
demand is very fair by the local trade and for ship
ment. We quote Prime Goshen at 20 a ‘23c, the latter
quoation for the better quality. English Dairy at
24 and Pine Apple at 30 cents.
Molasses.— The stock offering is ample for pres
sent demands. Prices are without change and very
lirm, the receipts were very good during the past
week. We quote New York reflneil at 60 to 65c pei
gallon, Golden Syrup 80 to 90c per gallon.
Potatoes—Considerable sales have been made du
ring the week. The rate has been $3.60a54.00 per
bbl. Some sales have been made from wharf at a
shade less. The market is well supplied.
Hay.—Sales are daily made of this article. We
quote it at sl.lO per 100 lbs from wharf. From store
Rock.—The advance of this article in the Northern
markets lias tiad a correspondingeffect here, ami pri
ces liave advanced. We now quote Hi is i.aiy cents
-Coffee—'There has been no change In prices since
<mr last report. The market continues to be amply
supplied, anil we quote Java at 40a42c ; St. Domingo
at 34c ; and Rio at 34a36c %* tb.
Hides.—During the week the receipts have been
light, a good demand prevails, and Dry Flnlt are i.
more request anil the market has slightly advanced
Green Hides —to 4c. per lb.
Dry Salted to sc. per lb.
Dry to 10c. peril*.
Dry Flint 11 toiatic. per lb.
Deer Skins . to 15c. per lb.
Lime.—There Is now offering In this market two
qualities of Lime. An article damaged and slack, cau
lie purchased at $2 per bbl. We quote Rockland in
lots at $4 per bbl.
Iron and Steel.—A fair supply of all iron and
steel is now offering in this market. The demand
from local sources and Interior buyers is very good.
We;quote Retlneil lion at 7c per lb.; Swedes lion at
10c per lb.; Plow Steel at 12>„c per lb.; Oast Steel 28
to 30c per lb. In currency.
Nails.—There is a fair demand for this article and
the stock is moderaie. We quote Boonton assort
ed, at 9Saloc per lb.
Bkasivax.—The lecelpss of this article are exceed
ingly light, au active demaud prevails. We quote at
46c per lb, an advance of 6c per lb.
Oils.—The market is unchanged and the demand
fair for city and interior trades. We quote Ltnseeil
at $t 75 per gallon ; whale at 12 00 ; Sperm at $2 76-
Neatsfoot at $2 35 ; Lard at $2 60 ; Kerosene ’
sllO ; Train at tl 75 ; Turpentine at $1 40.
Cement, Ac—A fair demand bv city builders con
tinues ; there is a slight interior demand. We quote
Plaster of Paris at $476 per bill.; Rosedale Cement *4
per bbl. Plasterers hair $6 50 per cwt.
oats.—Tlie receipts of this grain during the week
was quite large. Sales on the wharf are reported
at 75 to 80c. the latter figure is now realized.
Candles.—A good demand continues for all de
scriptions ot candles, Roller’s Georgia Tallow are in
great request by retail dealers. We quote Adaman
tine 31 to 30c V ft.; Hull’s Mould Tallow 24c ¥ ft •
Roller’s Georgia Tallow 85c ft c. H. Grants*
Extra Adamantine at 2t)a3oc per lb.
Apples.— There is an abundant supply of inferior
and good Northern fruit offering in the market We
quote from s7>, to $Bl, per bbl.
Raisins.—There Inis been no important change
in this article-since onr lust report, and we quote
New Crop at »: ‘(4 box; $3 50 half tunc, ami it
quarter box. Old stock al $0 R box ; $3 half box
and $1 50 quarter box. The stock on the market Is
equal to Lite demand.
Cotton and Wool. Cakds—The market is firm at
rales or the pasi week. The offering storks are
quite ampin. A fair demand lo fill eniinLrv unlers
has prevailed. We quote cotton cards at *ia per
dozen; wool cards flu tier dozen. *
Hiiinui.es.—During the week the receipts were
quite light, and the stock offering is nominal, pur
lioulat ly of River Cypress. Thera Is a good demand
\V. omce river Cypress at go a 7,gier thousand—
Northern sawed no eliauge. All good and rah Inis
meet with ready sale. The supply is increasing.
Luuiikr.—Oil* market at present is well stocked
Whh all OesrrlpUoUH of Lumber, particular!* of
"leuei- and North Itltcr sniffs. We quote spruce
' and 'hi’k Si 4>c per fodt; spiqee flooring, dressed,
I Vmo uSr'* ** " w h'ulressed (toollag m mar.
2- , N *•»' > connnou whin-pine Mmli laisrds.
in r , rl oT i"*'"'l* 1 ? 1 ' 1 ‘i 1,1 My per ri;
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o n '"h»uoipu .h ami Sip.
,j. 5 H,! * '* I' l "*' "’ SMlirtf si (pi per M
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. and his W».< India i. sdr i,
TINPMIM I 11. w.fl Xliih Wdh
all grs.lcr id 111. m pish * A 1.0 ,„„ d.-Lo im!
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wp || 'i|W Cum far * »>l4l timuda
It* mm I it* i* Is s k'.sl yo. t .dsn iite niuions
of jrsilni in oi|i miitef |h, ilitas|i,|Tw D»«e h
and a in.i aan rail skint u g.„.| #, HUUit k
at ii» p*r and. e. American 448*4° per omen. Hem
lock noli' El Aac >1 It
1 GMtNUKK—Doiiug the week the neripts of Florida
I giattcd irun was large. We report* sale of *4,fta
Florida Orange.' at *u average of 4*9 per thousand.
' There la U" Sully uraugeau, ihe market.
1.4 Kn. - There has been in, change since our last
report. Wo now quote Prime Leaf at 30 a 32c In
lute* ; and Pressed at 27 a 30 cent*.
Tim.kg—The .-uppl* la only moderate, with a good
leoniiiii. We quote raft tiuPa'r at $J)a S3O. For
. small limber, of poor quality, a lower figure is paid.
! For fan lota of a good quality, the rate la $23 a $25.
Cabbages —The maract well supplied. We quote
j from *5 to $lO per 100 according 10 quality.
Halt.—The market w abundantly supplied with
iiit tlie unport* non* >mce our laat report have
l*«Mn fuM) 12,000 Micka o( Liverpool, lu the early
partoi the week lhr rate was $2 :ioas3 60, but with
in the pant lew <la> * pl iers have declined, and sale*
have been made m lota of SOA sacks, at $2 7tas3.
For const salt there is little or uo demand.
Kick.—The market i* almost bare of t his article.—
The demand, however, is only moderate, and con*
lined to the home trade. We quote Georgia ate!
Carolina at 13i.a14c per lb by the tierce.
Cidkk.—The market is now well supplied with
this article. We quote Champagne Cider at $ 28a S3O
per bbl. .Newark Cider. <4 bbls, can be bought at
Fkkights. Thc'fretght market has »>een very dull
dining the week, ami has declined. We quote cot
ton to New York In steamships, at \c per pound for
compressed, lc for uncompressed and 1 V for round.
For domestics $1 taper bale. For Liverpool by sail
ing vessels \.d nominal ;by steamships, %i\. To
Baltimore by sailing jvessels, 5 ,C for compressed. To
Philadelphia, v do: uncompressed lc : same by
steamships. To Boston ? 4 c compressed, uncompress
ed lc. Timber to Northern ports, sl2 a 13 per lOuO
ft. Lumber to Northern ports $lO a 12 per loou ft.
Coastwise freights same as last week.
Lemons This article has become very scarce, and no
good lots are on sale. We quote from sl2 a sl4 y
Corn—The stock is ample. We quote Maryland
white at $1 10a $1 *2O, and prime Western at $1 30a
$1 3ft, according to quality and condition.
omons There is an abundant supply on the
market, and during the week tbe sales have been
Iroin $3u53.60 per bbl.
Spices.—Our market is supplied in abundance
with all deseriptlous ot Spices. We quote
firound Pepper, 33c ; Ginger, 30c ; Cinnamon, Cse :
Doves, 40 ; .Allspice, 30c ; Mace, $1 36 lb.
Timber.—During the past week the receipts of all
descriptions of Umber were moderate. The exports
were to Northern ports. All stock offering is readily
We quote mill timber round logs si2to SIC per m
ft. Square ranging and shipping at $23@527 per ui
feet, choice lengths, etc. $25 per m feet.
Whiskeys.—The 'market the present week shows
a continued advance in Whiskeys on all grades.
The advance which was fully established, was ten
cents per gallon. Holders are little disposed to oper
ate, anticipating further rise in the Northern and
Western markets. The stocks offering are quite large,
Avery fair inquiry prevails.
We quote Gibson’s Son’s A Co.’s whiskey as follow s:
Double distilled old Rye Whiskey, per gal. $3.10;
Superior old Manotigahela Whiskey, per gal.
$3,26. Choice old Manongahela Rye X per gal. $3,30.
Choice do. do. do. XX per gal. $3,40. Choice do. do.
do. XXX per gal. $3,60. Choice do. do. do. XXXX
per gal. $3,65. Choice old 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 35.. Pure old Wheat Whiskey per gal. $4 50. Old
Cabinet Whiskey per gal. $4 76. Medar Swan Giu,
$6 00; Sol let’s Imperial do., $5 60; Otard,
Da pay A Co.’s Cognac brandy, lu quarter casks
an<l hall pipes, sll to sls per gallon. Sherry
Wines, $2 50 to $4 ta per gallon, according tb
quality ; Imported Champagnes, De St. Marceaux A
Cos.. Reims, s2s per casern quarts; Due De Monte
brello, S2S per case. Wallace’s Brands as follows :
Rectified $2 80 ; Imperial Nectar at $3 25. Bourbon
$3 00 ; Columbian Gin at $4 00; M. Leavy A Co’s
genuine Kentucky, $3 60, Keller’s genuine Kentucky
Whiskies $3 75; Bourlion, in cases, sl2 ; Nicho
las Schnapps sl2. Sherry Wine sl2 ; Cognac Bran
dy S2O, Ale, per dozen, $3 ; Porter, per doz., $3;
Virginia Mountain l)ew Whiskey $2 76 per gallon ;
Old Plantation Bourbon Whiskey $3; Fuller’s Old
State $4 sft to $5; Old Santa Cruz Ruin, warranted
genuine, $8 to 10; P. H. Godard’s Brandy sl6 per
gallon; Seignette sl6; Crown Sherry, per gal
on, $4; St. Martin’s Port, $4 i>er gallon ; Ske
han’s Golden Ale, per case of two dozen, $5
60; Porter do $5 50 ; Ales in bbls 16(& sl7; Cham
pagne Cider per case of one doz qts $6, pts, of
two dozen $6; Kentucky Bourbon Whisky $3 50 per
gallon ; Old Rye $5 per' gallon ; Old Bourbon $3 to
350 per gallon. Imported Sherry $4 25 ; ami Port at
$4 ‘26 per gallon. Imported Champagne $25 to 30 per
case. Pure Holland Giu $4 to 6 per gallon ; Cognac
Brandy $v to $lO per gallon, by case, S3O to 36. Egg
Nogg sls per case.
SAVANNAH WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT.
Articles. f PER FROM TO
Ragging,Gunny yd 27ft—
Sea Island Dundee yd 32ft33
Tucker, cooper ACo yd 40@
Tucker, Cooper* Cos., Retail., yd 45ft—
Bale Hope 'tb l*ftl9
Beef, Mess bbl 16ft16
KtxraMess bbl 18ft—
Family, half bids sia
Baoon, Hams lb 26ft30
Shoulders ft 21ft23
Sides ft 23ft24
Bread, Navy lb 9c.
Edot ft 10c.
Butter, Goshen, Prime lb 53@57
Prime Western, Firkins ft 48@5l
Candi.fs, Adamantin lb 29ft30
Hull’s. ft 24ft 25
Creese, Goshen ft 20ft23
English Dairy f... ... ft ft 24
Pine Apple lb 30ft—
Coflae, St. Domingo M ft 34ft—
Ri" -ft S4ft36
Java ft 40ft42
Cordage, Hemp ft 28@30
Manilla ft 30@32
Shirtings, Brown yd
Sheeitngs, Brown yd
Brown Drills yd
Fish, Mackerel, No. 1, new fflil flu 50
do. No. 1 bbl 209-
do kits 3 009-
Flour, Good -Ohio bbl 10 25910 60
Good Family bbl 11 50912 50
Ordinary hid 9 00910 00
Grain, Corn, Maryland White bush 1 209 1 26
Prime Western bush 1 3u® 1 36
Oats bush 7 59 80
Glass, American Window —a—
Gunpowder keg —a—
Hay, Prime Northern cwt DOal 00
do. Eastern cwt —a—
Hides, Dry lb 7*B
Deerskins ..-. ft a
Iron, Swedes,...’.. ...ton —a—
Pig.: a ton —a—
H00p.., a _
Labd, Prime Leaf lb Sla&t
Pressed ft 37*30
Lime, Rockland bbl Ida—
Lumber, White Pine, rough m ft s4oa—
do Pine dressed mft 50a65
Spruce Pine Scantling mft 33a36
Yellow Pine Boards mft 50a—
Molasses, New York, refined gal 60965
Golden Syrup gal 80(4)90
Nails ft 8 >’@9 y,
naval Stores, Tar bbl —@—
Spirits Turpentine — 9—
Varnish — 9—
Oils, Linseed gat 1 8.i®—
Wta*e gat 2 oo@—
Sperm gal 2 759
Neatsfoot gal 2 359
Raid gal 2 609-
Kerosene g a i 1109—
Tram gal 1759
Turpentine ga | 1 409
Spindle Oil " gal 1 859
F.ngine Oil g a l 1 359-
No. 2 Lubricating gal 85<ffl—
Osnaburos, Flax yd
Poke, Family l’ig Pork bbl 16 00920 00
Porter, London, quarts
Raisins Malaga box 7 oo@—
„ “ tjliox 3509
Salt Liverpool sack 4 0094 25
Coast ; sack — 9—
Soap. American, yellow ft 1591a
Shot, all sizes ft —if—
Brandy, Cognac incases gal 20 00® —
Otard, Dupuy A Cos, A>, cks., gal 11 00916 00
Gin, Holland gal 6 609 _
Whisky, rectified , gal 2759
“ Old Kentucky gal 3 00@—
“ Imperial Nectar gal 3 259
Sugar, Brown. jij * 16@17*
B. Coffee jb 2l@—
Crushed ft 23924
Tallow ft 12U9-
Imperial ... ftl4o@2 00
Oolong 1b 1 2091 60
Pouching 1b 10091 10
Twine, Seine ft _Tg_
Baling ft _9_
Wines, Claret ease 9 50® 1200
P‘ irt gal 4 0095 00
Sherry .... gal 2 25®4 50
Catawba ease —®soo
Wool. Southern unwashed ft 36973
“ Oteuu ft 40942
Latest irotations for L’NcURRaNT Money and
Securities, corrected by Bryan, Uurtrldge A Go.,
Savannah, Dec. 1, 1805.
Notes lo l.e $5 and upwards. Then? rates will Is?
deduced lo to 30 per cent, on smaller notes.
Prepared expressly for the Kavammh Dally Herald.
Manufacturers Bank of Macou 10
GllfUHlil Ilia Slid Bunking Cos.. m
Hank of A Unwin 25
do Aluens qy
and" GoluiUbUS 1
do I’oumierae 10
dd FuUoU , , go
do I.milln suie •«
Itank hi Middle liiu up la .. .43
no Hnvanimh u ,’... . 43
iIU Male ol tlenrifta
< • lllrnl Hall" ud and liankoia I'o as
i’ll) Hunk of Aoposiu >ja
l ulllli-r*'Mid M' 'TUU,I, «' B
1 Its 1 *iu itatiruMi and Hunk liuf Ho M
Muniii Hunk 9
Ur> nunliV Hunk, ~ (M
M< "’l.aoie' and Plauii ia‘ffa«k .... , Q
paritaaa 1 fffin ~,U
l nioli and» mi in
tUubel Ojliutl ,<!
BonkofCMMen .. : *4
do Chorlesloll .. »
do Cheater. ft
■lo Geergetnwn *°
do Hamburg *•»
A* Newberry 4°
do South oarohiij M*
<lo State of Mo. fa ... *>
Commercial Hank, Columbia 17
Exchange q 0 ,i 0 .20
Farmers'and Exchange 15
Merchants' Cheraw 23
Peoples' Hank so
Planters Bank of Fairth-id '. 20
Planters’ and Mechanics' Bauk 3"
South Western Railroad .30
union Bank 70
Slate Bank In
Bank of Mobile * „...70
do Montgomery 85
do Selma 26
Commercial Bank % 30
Central do ... 30
Eastern do 40
Northern do 40
Southern do 65
Sterling, nom 107 In gold.
“ “ 152 in currency.
Boston Sight to per et. dLs.
New York Sight lo t. per et. dis.
do. 30 days ~. 1 per ct. and Int.
do. ao days .1 per ct. and int.
Philadelphia Sight 1 perct. dia.!
Baltimore Sight 1 perct, dis.
New York Par to >, prem.
Macon, Nov. 2Tth. 1865.
The Gcmulgee has been in line boating order, giv
mg renewed life to the shipping business, ami about
four thousand bales of cotton have l*een sent to mar
ket by that source and the railroads.
Some idea of the amount oi business transacted,
ran be formed from the fact that the sum of $600,000
lias been collected bv the internal revenue assessor
at this point, within the last three months—the tax
averaging $lO per bale.
Money Mahxet.—Tlie demand for New York ex
change is very light, and warehouse receipts are ea
sily negotiable at par to y, per cent, discount; bank
er's checks, y, per cent, premium. Gold is bought
at forty-eight and sold at 50 cents, premium.
Cotton.—The market was rattier dull the first of
the week, but the demand gradually increased,
though Ihe amount cffertul has been very light,—
The sales of the week will not amount to more than
350 hales at the following figures :
Strict good Middling «2)ia4:!
Groceries And Provisions.—^The supply ot most
articles has been equal to the demand, which has
been pretty fair. Tne community is not now depen
dent on the snrrouuding country and Southwest
Georgia, for corn and flour, several of our leading
merchants getting stocks from the great grauery of
Corn.—The stock has increased and the arrivals
from the West has caused a decline in price. Whole
sale $1 50; retail $1 75.
Bacon.—The nia rket remains about as last re
ported. Sales at 3sc, the iiog round. Shoulders Sac
hams 35c. The average retail price 4ic p e r in ’
FLOur.—Good supply, superfine sl4 por u „| " p|aj„
Family sls ; extra lamily sl6 50. Ketai Uuu at 10c
per pound. *
Mr. Editor ; Please auuouuce the umler
r.amed gentlemen as Candidates for tbe
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 no friends to reward or enemies to
MILTON J. BUCKNER.
ROBT. J LA.CHLISON,
E A SOULLARD,
JOHN F. O BYRNE,
A. N MILLER.
JOHN B. FOLEY.
JOHN C. FERRILL.
WM. H. TISON. W&S-nov4
The Municipal Election.
Savannah, Nov. 21st, 1865.
To the Editors of the Savannah Daily Herald:
Please announce the following ticket for
Mayor and Aldermen, as the People’s choice,
and oblige many citzens.
* For Mayor:
EDWARD C. ANDERSON.
Geo. W. Wylly, John C. Ferrill.
John McMahon, John Ryan,
John R. Johnson, Robt. Lachlison,
F. L Gue, John Lama,
M. H. Meyer, John Foley,
Joseph Lippman, R. D. Walker.
Mr. Editor— Please announce the follow
ing ticket for Mayor and Aldermen, and
oblige many citizens.
DR. RICHARD D. ARNOLD.
Robert Laeblisou Christopher C. Casey,
George W. Wylly, Hiram Roberts,
John F. O’Byrnc, Edward C. Wade,
Henry Brigham, John L. Yillalonga,
Joseph Lippman, John Cunuingbam,
Frances L. Gue. Alvin N. Miller,
TO THBVO'f’KKS OF CHATHAM COUNTY
I announce myself as a candidate for the
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, and ask your support at
the January election.
ts Benjamin L. Cole.
To the Electors of Chatham Comity.
Gentlemen: Having been requested by
uumerous friends to allow my name to ba
used for the office of Sheriff' of Chatham
county, I have the honor to announce myself
us a candidate for that position, and respect
lully solicit your suffrage.
nl7-tf ' CHARLES J. WHITE.
MAYORS OFFCE, \
Savannah, Dec. Ist, 18(55. j
The Convention of the people of Georgia
recently iu session at Milledgeville having
passed an Ordinance fixiug Wednesday, the
sixth day of December inst., as the day for
the election of a Mayor and twelve Aldermen
lor the city ol Savannah, to serve uniil the
qualification of their successor to be elected
in October next:
Now, therefore, I, Richard D. Arnold,
Mayor ol said city, in conformity with the
requirements of said Ordinance, and in obed
ience to a resolution of the City Council ol
Savannah, do issue this Proclamation order
ing sakl election for Mayor and Aldermen
on Wednesday, the sixth day of December,
inat. And I do hereby order the City Marshal
and City Police to be iu attendance at the
polls to preserve order, and the City Trea
surer to he present, with his Ulgest, for the
collection of taxes ; Mid election 10 be held
under the auperiuteudi uuu prescribed by law,
and at which the honorable Hie Justice! of
the Interior Court of ( iiaiham county and
ttw Magistrate* ol (lie county are requested
lu witness whereof, I l.sve hereout., set my
ottcia! signature, and caused to be stilted
lire seal of aahl city, tills Hrst liny of De
reifliter, A It I MIA
II It. AKNul.lt, Mayor
Attest , Jas Hfawant, U C
To th* CIIIACIAa ot kAVABMh.
Oa tbe application of many proiuiuent citi
*•!'*. representing all the interests of the city.
Colonel Rd ward C. Anderson haa consented
to be a candidate for the office of Mayor of
Savannah. His name is, therefore presented
to you for your suffrages. It is unnecessary
to urge upon your consideration the charac
ter of one ao well known to you.
He has served-you in the same position be
fore, and the manner in which lie discharged
the duties of the office is fresh in your mem
ories. His recent sacrifices aud services in a
cause, which whether right or wrong, was
tbe cause of his Bute and his people, should
give him additional claims upon those who
served and suffered with him. It is confi
dently believed that these claims will be
ignored at the ballot box.
The following ticket is placed in nomina
tion, aud will be supported bv
i Many Citizens.
E. C. ANDERSON.
E A. SOULLARD,
JOHN F. O’BYRNE,
F. L. GUE,
JNO. C. FERRILL,
GEO. W. WYLLY.
JNO. R. JOHNSON,
DR. J. M. SCHLEY,
Ball’s Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer
Has proved i LHC if to be the most perfect preparation
for tbe hair ever oflered to the public.
It Is a vegetable compound, anil contains no injuri
ous properties whatever.
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIG
It will keep tbe hair from falling oat.
It cleanses tbe scalp and makes the bair soft, .ns
trous and silken.
It is a splendid hair dressing.
No person, old or young; should fail to use it.
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY THE
FIRST MEDICAL AUTHORITY.
OV"Ask for Hall’s Vegetable Sicilian Ha 1 Renewer,
and take no other.
R. P. HALL & CO.,
Nashua, N. H., Proprietors.
For sale by all druggists.
BARNES, WAPD & CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
n23 6m Southern Wholesale Agents.
Miss Carrie C. Lester, a daughter of
Mississippi is authorized to visit the South,
soliciting subscriptions for the New York
News. She kindly asks the patronage 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 reeeieve you.
nov 18-ts- L
BATCHELORS HAIR DVB
The Original and Best in the World 1 The only true
and perfect Hair Dye. Harmless, Reliable and Instan
taneous. Produces immediate.y a splendid Black or
natnral Brown, witbont injuring tbe hair or skin.
Remedies the ill effects of bod dyes. Sold by all Drug
gists. The genuine is signed William A. Batchelor.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEURS,
For Restoring and Beautifying tbe Hair.
aul4-ly CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York.
BY virtue of authority vested in nie by resolution
passed at a meeting of the German Fire Compa
ny, held on the 28th inst., I, Henry Blun, First Fore
man of ihe German Fire Company 01 Savannah, Ga.,
do hereby offer a reward of Two Hundred Dollars
for the arrest, with proof to convict, the persoa or
persons engaged in the murder of Mr. A. Cordes,
late a member of this Company.
n3O-3t HENRY BLUN, Foreman.
NO. 28 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK,
. DIAL KB IN
OF every variety, embracing all the different pat
terns of Plows in use in the Southern States, Com-
Slu-llers, Hsy and Stalk-Cutters, Hone-Powers and
Threshing Machines, Fan-Mills, Wheel-Barrows, Carts
and Wagons, cotton Gins, Gin Gear, Plow anil other
Castings, Shovels, Forks, Hues, Rakes and Garden and
Farm Tools ana implements of every variety.
The choicest Garden and Flower Seeds growu in this
country or Europe, including every desirable kind and
variety. The utmost care taken to have those only
which are choice and reliable. Also, Grass, Field and
Bird Seeds of every variety.
Bone Dust, Animal Manure (a preparation of animal
matter, blood and bone), a good substitute for Guano
and cheapest manure in nse • Phosphate of Lime,
Land Plaster, Guano, Ac.
PLANTS, TREES, &c.
Fnrntahcd from the most reliable Nurseries and Grow
Letters of inquiry cheerfully responded to and price
lists furnished on application. lawßw-u22
lAA KITS No. 1 Boston
■W 50 kits No. 2 Boston
60 half bbls No 2 Boston.
For sale by
HILTON & RANDELL,
P 27-6 193 Bay street.
THE cargo el ship Thomaldson, consisting of about
one hundred tons Coke and six hundred and
sixty tons Coal, from the river Tyne, for sale by
n 29 HEED A STEWART.
Literature, Science and Art
new Volume begins January. 1866.
The Eoi.kotio Magazine is, as its name indicates, A
selection from other magazines and periodicals.
These selections are cart fujly made each month, from
the entire rttnge of foreign Periodicals. In this respect
it is entirely unlike other monthlies, and has no rival.
The following are seme of the works from which se
lect ions are made: •
London Quarterly, Revue de Deux Mondes,
British Quarterly, Izondon Society,
North British Review, Bentley’s Miscellany,
Popular Bcience Review- Coruhill Magazino,
Saturday Review, Fraser’s Magazine,
Leisure Hour, Temple Bar,
Westminster Kevlew, Chambers's Journal,
Dublin University Mag., Edinburgh Review,
Art Journal, London National Review.
We have also arranged to secure choice selections
from the French, German, and other Couiinental pe
riodical*, translated especially for the Kcloctic, and VC
is hoped this new feature will odd greatly to the variety
and value of the work,
Each number Im embellished with on« or more Fin*
Btkzi. Engravings— portrait* of eiuiiumr men or !)•
lucrative of Important historical events.
Volumes commence in Jaiiuaiy and July of each
year; subacrlpllouacau commence with any month.
Terms: per Year, Hugle Numbers, 60 cents.
Five Copies, S2O.
The Trade, clergymen, Teachers, and Clubs flip*
plied Oli lavorsble terms- Address
W || lI|DWELL,
Ml t Itoekman slrevf. New York.
W hohtMU-lo Htorb,
wbii’h iMiuriw pip lua euuuiulna Mwptau M*uri
moult ptM.p.ipi-'MI, kM r ..NiOry Ttflp."
Mutata f» |KM k**4 IU ,uU pup ItaUuM
MW•«., riririMM ftmm Suit••
mU M • Ik MOTS >
■ ICW AIiVEKTIsEHK.'TS.
Oglethorpe Fire Company, No. 1.
Attend an Extra Meeting of t he Com
pany. to be held at the Court House,
JBE?3Bl_This Evening, at 7 o'clock.
Every member is requested to be present.
By order of.
H. F wnxiNK, Jr.. President.
R. W. Rissai l. Secretary. d2
FM.tAitV CITIZENS—I announce myself as a can
didate for the office of Tax Collector of Chatham
county, and respectfully solicit your support at the
Election in Jannary next.
d2 2 JAMES J. McGOWAN.
By Bell, Wylly & (Hrhliun.
Un TUESDAY, sth lust , at 10 o'clock a. m., in front
of store corner B*y and Whitaki r streets, a i*art
CARGtV OF THE BRIG ATLANTIC,
From Nassau, N. P.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
LIQUORS, Ac.. Ac
GEORQIA and South Carolina Bauk Bills
Albany and Gulf Railroad Stock
Central Railroad Stock
Coupons AH»auy and Golf Railroad
Coupon* city of Savunuah
FORDYCE, ANDERSON A JANNKY.
d2-tf Bay at., No. 10 Stoddard’s Range.
HAYWOOD & LaROCHE.
Office at the Ice House, Market Square.
OAK, Pine and Mixed Wood kept constantly on
hand and delivered to orders at ihe shortest
notice. dt 1m
HAVING been appointed Lloyd's Agent, I can be
found at the office of my firm, Reid A Stewart,
98 Bay street. *
d2 7 F, W. REID.
THAT valuable Rice Plantation known as Stratbey
Hall, on the Ogeechee river, Bryan county,
about twenty-two miles from Savannah.
For particulars, apply at the Counting Room of
Erwin Hardee, Bay street, Savauuah.
( HAS. S HARDEE,
d2-3aw2w Kx’r Rente ii. W. M- Alli^ter.
Sides 8 Shoulders
In store and for sale by
d2 3 BRYAN, HARTRIDGE A CO.
PROF. DIETZ, PH. DR.j
FRENCH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE
Da. Arnold, Mayor of Savannah
Paor. Cam*, Superintendent City Public Schools
Rev. Mb Kino* Savannah
Rev. Mb Cozby, Savannah
Rioiit Rrv. Bishop Lynch, Charleston
Urn. Beauregard, New Orleans.
Prof. Lukuek, Superintendent of Public Educa
tW Inquire at Chatham Academy Building.
TWO or more Uafuraised Rooms, in a respectable
location, suitable for housekeeping, by a getle
man and wile. Address Box 176, Post office.
rpilE firm of Henry Lathrop & Cos. was dissolved by
-A mutual consent on the Ist day of July.
J. S. NEIDLINGER.
C. W. BRUNNER.
Savannah. Nov. 27, 1805. d‘2-3*
St. John’s Church.
THE unretalned Pews in this Church will ire rented
ou Monday, the 4th inst., between the hours of
12 :n. air l 2 p. m. at the Church.
J. S. F. LANCASTER,
tV)R SALK, a Oold-caee (18 carat) HUNTING
-T WATCH, by Johnson of Liverpool, thirteen jew
els and capped ; cheap, if applied for at once to
d2-l* 202 Bay street. _
The Richmond Medical Journal,
fffHIS Journal will be published as a Monthly Oc-
A tavo of 80 pages—the January number being is
sued early in December.
A respectable number of the best writers in this
country have promised their support fan ostentatious
display of names is avoided), and as the Editors offer
to pay liberally for articles, it Is hoped that the origi
nal department of the Journal will be entitled to re
spect and confidence.
The pages of the Journal will be devoted to origiLal
articles, foreign and domestic correspondence, a re
trospect of Medicine unit Surgery during the late war,
an Kerlectic Department (which'will lie a chief feature
of the Journal), reports of societies, associations, hos
pitals and clinical lectures, review, and biographical
notices. Medical news, editorials, miscellaneous mat
Without making special promises, the editors will
endeavor to make this journal acceptable to its sup
T.kms—Five Dollars yearly, if paid in advance, or
before the expiration of the third month after tire dat*
of subscription; if paid after this period. Ten Dol
lars per annum.
Advertisements w ill he inserted on the most liberal
terms, and as there are no medical journals now pub
lished in the Southern states advertisers will enjoy
E. S. GAILLARD. M. D., Richmond, Va
W. S, McCHESNEY, M. D„ Staunton,Va„
Editors and Publishers.
All letters in relation to the literary or business
interests of tile Journal will he addressed to Dr. E. S.
Gaillard. Box iiip, Richmond. Va, d2 4
ZIKoHGIA—CHATHAM COUNTY.—To all whom it
Whereas, Mary Ann Tltcomb will apply at the
Court of Ordinary for Letters ot Administration ou
the estate of George U Titcomb, lute of said couury,
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all whom
it may concern to be and appear before said Court,
to make objection (if any they hav) on or before the
second Monday In January next, otherwise said let
ters will be granted.
Witness my official signature this 2#th day of No
52 D. A. O'BYRNF, Ordinary.
CY EORGIA—cnATHAM COUNTY. —To all whom
t it may concci n.
Whereas, Henry Hlnn will apply at the Court of Or
dinary lor Lettcra ol Administration ou the estate of
Ahrend Cordes, lute of said county, drerased:
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all whom
it may concern to Ire and appear hefore said i onrt, to
make objection fir any they have) on or liefore tire
second Monday iu January next, otherwise said let
ters will be granted.
Wltriees my Offlclsl signature this Ist day of Decem
d’J D A. O’BYRNE. Ordinary. _
OFFICff OF PMOVUMT MARSHAL,)
liieibio* mr hAV4ss.il, V
Hav.l mini i, us,, Oct. 8l»t, IMS). )
fllllK nolle* issued Irom the office of the I'rovo.l
I Marshal, Huh lhstrletof OgeoubM, dttled Nirvun
nuh, Aug lllh, IMI6, ordering all Drinking or HU
llurd Mul'i'dis, Ac., where liquor are wild to Tie dosed
al lou'chs k, I', M , is hereby revolted,
lit "diijiiuiitl of
Hri. May QM I’M, DRANMAN.
mined) CLAMKK II RKMU K,
Capt. and Pm vest Miushel, | U>V |
“"TrCHI ITCH 1 ITCH
•CIUIX’II I BCIUTOUII HOUAIVUMI
W IlSMlt imi'm OtNIMUNIr
Wtn ««>l ?M ir«N M lORIT HINT mill,
Abo'Srss Halt Mitsui., UK We. 1 IrllMstas, srui *ll
#Mqßlv4t* <4 Mrs MAft lYhw M «wds Vw *«ta Iry
rffsuqetata My suidlift m i«ttta lo Weeks A PmMjx
I* Agsids. ||« Wssbins'oe -8 Mnsiuta Mms il
•l‘i Im k<*»ar«sri % suri Rm of yetatas*. to «.y
Ure MM** turn, m gut nm
8 a y u ii ii uli T h e uTr v
Lease.* and Managcra... Mowr.. kayhoNd A Hakii t.ii,
SATI Him FifNlXI., |)KI. ’4
I-art appearance of tile favorite aruau,
Mr. Hixil Mru. Harry Watkino,
(Lute Mrs. Cuaci-u* Houaku.)
Tb* aacceufnl Ur >mt of
KATHLEEN MAYO lit\EK\ ;
OR, UNDER THE SHELL
Kathleen MAVoarUeen, with all Ihe
beautiful oonge Mr*. Harry Waikm,
Terence O'Moie Mr. Harry W ilkins
To conclude with
WHY DON’T SHE MARRY?
Llaette Mis H»rry Watkins
Naim Tieck Mr.Harry Watk'iia
Os Ships Amelia and Floft nce Cliipman, direct irom
BY WILBUR & SON.
Ilf BDNKSDAY, December Bth, at nur Sales R.m,np,
YY comer State and Chalmers street* l . CHARI kw!
T°N S. U.ttlOJJo'doA will be sold, by estate
one hundred and sixty crates of Fancy assorted
Earl he ii ware and Crockery,
just imported direct in ships Amelia and Florence
Uhipman, from the Potteries In England
Catalogues may t*e had and samples of ware ex
amined at our office.
Conditions caah, _»H-3fsStu
THE BINGHAM SCHOOL, ~
MEBANEYILLE, N. C.
THE next seasion begins March 7th. 1866, and con
tinuca forty weeks, offering to the people „f the
East and South tbe advantages or a Summer School
wilh a Winter vacation. For terms, address
di-lm Mebaneville, N. C.
J. W. RABUN,
(Lata Rabnn A Smith,
Cotton Factor and Commission
No. 140 BAY STREET,
First store M’Ost of the Exchange,
Hi lm SAVAUUAH, GEORGIA.
10,000 Sacks Liverpool Salt,
For sale by W. B. ADAMS*
dl-6* No. 95 Bay street.
MThe large, convenient, and comfortable
Dwelling Honse situated on the southwest
corner of S,,nth Broad and Montgomery sts.
Possession given immediately Apply to
ui-4 BRYAN, II ARTKID..E ft CO.
rnave this day associated with me Mr. PHILIP
YONGK (formely of the firm of Messrs W. K.
Gilet* & Cos., of this city; and Mr. JAMES W. MCDON
ALD. The bueineaa will hereafter be conducted in
the name of Edwin E. Heriz A 00.
EDWIN E. HERTZ.
Savannah. Dec. 1, 1805. dl-3
RECEIVED at par In payment of Ground Rents
and Taxes due the eily. For sale at a dis
count by a C. MYERS,
dl-7 Office, oyer Hunter & Gammell.
TWO month’s after date,application will be made to
the Court of Ordinary of Chatham county for
leave to sell the j*eal estate of Mrs Jane Barnett, de
ceased, for tbe benefit of the heirs and creditors.
JAMES L. HAUPft
THE power of Attorney, delegated by me to Mr-J.
P. M. Eppiug, in the name of Carl Epping, is
hereby revoked. C. HKINSIUS,
Savannah, Nov. 30. Att’y for Carl Epping-
Having returned to my business, the power of At
torney granted to Mr. C. lleinaius during my absence
has expired. CARI EPPING.
Savannah. Nov. SO, ISGS. dl-eodS
THREE THOUSAND tiushels Choice Oats, in fine
sacks, landing and -or-sale by
dl-2 EDWIN E HERTZ & CO
Sugar House Syrup,
CHEESE. BUTTER AND HAMS.
»>A BOXES Cheese, small boxes
16 boxes Engli-h Dairy Cheese, small boxes
5 bbla Sugar House Myrap, extra fine
2 small tlercee Choice Hams
10 firkins prime Goshen Butter
6 kegs Spiced Pig’s Feet, small packages
HI kit* New Salmon
Landing and for sale by
dl -2 EDWIN E. HERTZ * CO.
From stcautehip Virgo, and for gale ty
Holcombe & Cos.,
181 Bay Street.
Hecker’s Self-raising Fleur
H -if barrels Fulton Market Family Beef
English Dairy Cheese
No 1 Mackerel
ALL merchants wanting or liaviug Fairbanks
Patent Platform Scales, are informed that the
buperintemlent, Mr. Randell, is now here, adjasting
and putting in orders. All such orders for Settles can
be hod on application to
dl-5 BELL, WYLLY A CHRISTIAN
Dissolntion of Co-prtnersliip.
ffiHE firm of West, Bryan A Cos. expiree by limitation
* this day, and is terminated in mutual consent and
Mr. James B. West will continue lo act as agent for
the Baltimore, Savannah and Augusta steamers. Hj
will settle all outstanding business of the firm—all
demands against which must ire rendered to nun at
hla office, Jones' Block.
JAMFS B- WEST.
ALJ’KED L. lUKTRIDGE.
Savannah, Nov. 30, 1865. Al- 9
ITMiOM R. T. Smlille, A Cos. at Isle of Hope, one buy
' HORSE, with star in face, liglil spot on side iff
head, caused by nut shedding lust sprrug. Salu
llorse Is long bodied and slighily chest foundered ;
ulso, one large Sorrell with wnllo stripe In face a" 11
lour while feet with several gray spots where lie has
been gulled. Tills Horse Is I, ram led U. 8. which is
Inn lily pemnil Iblc. A suitable roviul'd will he paid
by leaving teem at Daniel H itler’s ..table opposite
the old msciml on Whittaker -I r e f. fft-fil*
A FEW Gentlemen cun be necommoduu* "''h
Table UlArd Ml No. 6U Brougton etreei.
IM iV KIViM.
ODce Ho. lMteySlreel-Samal a
nd DiJlta I hnclu Ib.ll I ultar*. Ocsi CIfMAW'
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