Thy Savannah billy Htrall.
TlbUAf DKCKMBfICH J, • ••»<
C OMMERC I AL?~
CniulMrrrlal Nl«rllil«J r .
tFluau the N. T Ouattierelal Affrrrtlser. Sox. *».]
Tint MM lawie <4 »Tf-t«rnflM I* in precMy the
nune form of rxereaffioa. rveept a* to Oaten. a. ibe
two former b»um, u»u<- mlgn»M— foe character of
tdp interest, from whu-h it mat lie argueil that the
obligations of the Treasury, as reapert« Interest, are
tmende<t to tie the same in each case. The law.how
cver atnctlv enjoins that on the Ktve-twentiea of
November, 1-65, it shall be expreaaed whether tha
interest shall be payable in gold or currency. The
omn»ooa of this stipulation Is a most important m er-
Mght; for U is not presumable that the Secretary
. onld have dellheratel.* intended to neglect the con
ditions O! the authorization under which he Issued
Tile bonds. What tha Secretary has omitted on the
face ot the lxin.l-. however, lie supplied to the pub
itsheU proposal for the loan, which contains the ful
Ttie bonds Issued In exchange for such certificate#
and notes will bear iuiereat of six |ier ceut. per an
mini, payable semi-annually ill coin, upon the first
days of May and November, and will Lie redeemable
ui the pleasure of the Government after five years,
and payable in iwentjr years from the first dav of
i'tiia leaves nu question as to the intention of the
tan eminent respecting tlie character of the iuteresi,
and would prove colic lustve iu the event of any ques
tion occurriug upon Ihe right of bondholders to gold
interest. These formal errors are by no means sat
is factory, but they cannot be couaidere.l as prueti
cally nt much consequence.
To-day’# transactions at the Clearing house were
as follows :
Exchanges *74.289,7:1# 00
Balances., 3,377.954 52
The exports for the past week show a material
falling off from those of late weeks. The following
shows the exports (exclusive of specie) from New
Yori to foreign ports for the week ending November
2J, and since the beginning of the rear :
. • 1663. 1864. 1663.
For the week.. (3,231,634 sl,-60,303 $3,54u,220
PITV. reported.. 163 633.655 196,323,566 146,965.658
Since Jam ... $156,866,589 *198,503,-6# *150,805,778
Ihe exports of domestic produce for the week in
clude «08 lbs. beeswax, 22,571 bWs. wheat flour, 101
bbls. rye flour, 1,246 bbls. com meal, 28,870 bush
wheat,'b3o hush. peas. 64,060 bush. corn. 711 pkgs
candles, 6C tons coal, 7,243 bales cotton, 1,558 bales
har: 38 bales licqis, 36 bids, spirits turpentine, 1,284
bbls, rosin. 13 bills, pitch, 82,985 galls sperm oil. 146
galls. Unseed oil, l«2 galls, lard oil, 2,200 bbla. pork,
594 bbls. and 426 tcs. beef, 275,310 lbs. cat meats,
81,730 lbs. flatter, 735, 088 lbs. cheese, 317,387 lbs. lard.
226 bills, rice, 366.296 lbs. tallow, 9,988 lbs. whale
bone, 745,316ga115, petroleum; 267 hluls. and 1,607
oilier pkgs. crude tobacco, 28,128 Ilia, manufactured
Hamburg B.C.| Cotton Market.
The price of cotton in the Hamburg inaket on
Saturday, Dec. 2, from wagons was from twenty to
twenty-eight cents in gold, and from thirty-five to
roffa five in currency.
Middlings in Augusta, same day, were quoted at
40 to 42c; good middling 44 to 46c
The President's Police in Rbferenck to
Trade and Finance— The Washington cor
respondent of the New York Commercial Ad
vertiser, thinks the President's views on the
question of trade with other nations quite as
important as on the admission of the South
ern members, “which is a question that he
will gracefully turn over to the Senators and
Representatives, as belonging to ibem.’’ The
writer admonishes the high-tariff radicals
that “they will find that the President is not
a modern theorist. Thirteen years ago, in
his inaugural address to the Legislature of
Tennessee, he declared that “our Constitu
tion is less republican in many of its leading
features than was desired (at its forraatiou)
by those who had confidence in the integrity,
honesty and capability of the people to gov
ern themselves." He then declared his de
termination to do all in his power “to bring
hack the Government to its primitive sim
plicity and economy; and also confine it
within the ancient landmarks as laid down
by Jefferson and his patriotic associates in the
earlier aud purer days of the Republic.
“That President .Tonnsou adheres to this
determination has been seen here duriug the
past lortuight, in the preparation of the esti
mates for the next, fiscal year to he submit
ted to Congress. One of Ihe Secretaries had
his estimates returned three times, with per
emptory orders to “cut them down, "and those
who have been lavishly aud extravagantly
disbursing the public funds, begin to appre
hend that “retrenchment and reform” is to
check their prodigality. A reduction of the
public expenses will justify a corresponding
reduction of the duties on imports, aud it
will be found that President Johnson, true to
his loug-eslablished Democratic principles,
will not sanction the present .high rates.—
Neither will he confine his “policy” to lire
late rebellion or to the Africau race, hut em
brace those grave questions of finance autl
trade which have almost been lost sight of
during the war.”
A.n Important Cask at Richmond.—A case
ot much, interest here and in mauy cities of
the South, is pendiDg before the Court of
Conciliation at Richmond. The Times of
that city thus states the [acts involved :
It seems that Messrs. Stellman, Hiurichs
& Cos., a wealthy firm in Baltimore, deposi
ted with 11. T. Poster & Cos., at various times
in 1862 aud 1863, considerable sums of mo
ney in Confederate notes to await orders for
investment, or to be returned in the same
kind of currency. No orders were given for
investment, and in 1864, Foster & Cos., act
ing as the banks did in similar cases, invest
ed like amounts of Confederate notes in lour
per cent, bonds of the Confederate States, in
the name and on account of Messrs. Stcll
mau, Hiurichs & Cos., haying first advertised,
as the banks did in like cases, in the Rich
mond papers, that unless depositors with
drew their deposits, the same would be in
vested before the Ist of March, 1864, in four
per cent. Confederate bonds, iu order to save
taxation on the old issue, prescribed by the
recent act of the Confederate Congress.
Foster & Cos. claim that such investment is a
complete exemption ot all liability to the
plaintiffs. The latter contend that Foster &
Cos., instead of holding the inouey as special
deposits, as they, had a right to do, elected to
convert the same to their own use, aud made
it their own by placing the same to their
credit in bank, aud checking upou the com
mon land as their own, and thereby became
iudtbted to the depositors for the value of
the amount deposited, as money had and re
ceived. Much interest will be telt iu the de
cision, as there are many cases, and ot large
amount, involving the same principles.
Precedents s Conduct.—£ t
.Tames Eiphinstone wtites lo tbe Londu,.
Standard on the subject of the Shenaudoah,
and iurnishes an extract from “James’ Naval
History to prove that the depredations ol
that vessel alter the termination of war are
not without a precedent. At tbe close of the
war between Great Britain and tbe United
States iu 1810 the American sloop Hornet
raptured bis Majesty’s brig Penguin, after a
desperate engagement. Toe captain of tbe
Hornet had previously been informed by a
neutral ol tbe cessation of hostilities, but be
disregaided the noiiee, and, after taking tbe
. P ro ?c«Vd, in company with
ihe Lssai ludies, m order to have their share
ol the prizes yet lobe taken.” The Hornet
Became disabled and returned, but the Pea
oock entered into au engngcineut with an
East Indian Company's vessel named ,I .
Nautilus, and the latter was eouiDefied to
surrender, lo these cn ß a^m cn
lives were sacrificed, and the affair DMuraUv
created great seusatioo at the ti a ,e. Sir I
Eiphinstone relers to the incidents now be
cause they may assist in the discussion which
will inevitably ensue upou the surrender of
Di’hliro IN Fiokida —The following it the
disqualification placed upon dueliits hy the
Florida Convention :
No person shall be capable of holding or
beiug elected to n putt ot honor, profit, iru.t
or tmolumcul, civil or military, legislative,
executive or judicial, under tlie government
ol this Siute, who shall lierealUir fight u duel,
01 send nr accept a challenge to light a duel,
the probable issue of which may he tho death
ol Hu challenger or the challenged, or who
slmll U) a sccouii lo either |Mtily, or Who
skull in uuy iiumier aid or aasisi iu aucb duel,
or shall Im> knotviugly (he lataiur of lueli
challenge or uii cpiauee, whelher the saura
IMJ ur 01 lm l u miullled 111 of oul of the hlale i
hul the legal hisahlhiy shall uot oierue until
aller uiai aiul oouvirUoti turn*ding u, ||ra
tlae turn of law,
Attorney At Tiaw.
OK MICK MO. IIS BAT STRKKT,
(Over the Herald fiaad«« Boom.)
JortM ts SAVANNAH. Or
Guo. K. Baa. a. Keren E. Lama.
BLACK A LESTER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
Office at old etaad of Norwood, Wllroo A Later,
corner of Bay and Barnard atreete. octl4-tf
DR. T. J. CHARLTON
HAS RESCUED THE PRACTICE OF
Medicine and Surgery.
ftotidence and Office corner WhiUker and Peiry
UO* ILL COMH JAMBS JAOKSON.
COBB A JACKSON,
n29-3m MACON, GRORUIA.
JOHN B.GUIEU & SDK,
HAVING a long experience in the Agency ol
Steamboat Companies for many years, we will
give our peranal attention to any consigned to our
care. Augusta, Nov. 6—lm
For .Southern Bank Notes.
MANNING & DE FOREST,
9 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
CORRECTED NOV. 18, 1865.
Bank of Berkeley 85
'• Commerce, Fredericksburg 35
“ Charleston, Charleston 20
“ the Commonwealth
“ Ilowardsville, secured 27
“ Old Dominion 40
“ Philippi, secured 22
“ Rockbridge 36
“ Rockingham 35
* Scottsville, secured 26
“ the Valley 38
“ Virginia 35
“ Winchester 42
Central Bank of Virginia, secured 25
Corporation of Alexandria 56
Danville Bank, Danville 23
Exchange Bank of Va„ Norfolk 26
Farmers' Bank of Fincastle 36
•* “ Richmond 26
Merchants' Bank, Lynchburg, secured 36
Monticello Bank, secured 26
Northwestern Bank at Jeffersonville 86
Southwestern Bank, Wythesville 33
Traders' Bank. Richmond 30
Bank of Richmond 20
Bank of Cape Fear 46
“ Cbarlotte 86
14 Clarendon n
44 Coromeice 26
44 Fayetteville , 14
44 Lexington 35
44 North Carolina 4«»
14 W a desborough n »
44 Washington 15
44 Wilmington *>7
44 Yanceville 13
Commercial Bank, Wilmington ‘22
Farmers’ Bank of North Carolina 37
Merchant*’ Bank, Newbcru 37
Bank of Roxboro’ 37
Miners and Planters* Bank 37
Bank of Thomasville . .30
Bank of Camden 34
“ Charleston 21
" Chester 24
Geoigetown ; 22
*' Hamburg 22
•* Newbury 30
“ South Carolina 20
“ State of South Carolina 25
Commercial Bank. Columbia 20
Exchange “ “ 21
Farmers'and Exchange 14
Merchauta', Cheraw 22
People's Bank 60
Planters' •' Fairfield 20
Tianters' and Mechanics' Bonk 30
South W. R. R 86
State Bank . 14
Uaiou Bank 70
Augusta Insurance and Bauklug Company 12
Bauk ol Augusts 32
“ Athens...... 35
•• Columbus 18
- Commerce 12
“ Fulton 30
“ Empire State . 16
“ Middle Georgia 70
“ Savaunsh 48
Bank of State of Georgia 27
Central Railroad Banking Company 94
City Bauk of Augusta 26
Farmers'and Mechanics 17
Georgia Railroad and Banking Company., 92
Marine Bank.... : 72
Mechanics’ Bank 12
Merchant* and Planters' Bank 12
Tiitilasr Cutters’ Bank 10
Union “ 12
Manufacturers' “ Macon 16
Bank of Mobile 76
“ Montgomery 90
**' Selma 30
Commercial Bank 32
Central “ 34
Eastern Bauk 62
Northern “ SO
Southern “ 75
Bauk of Chattanooga 22
“ Middle Tennessee 75
*' Tennessee 40
“ West Tennessee 35
City Bank of Nashville 46
Merchants' “ 4.6
Ococe “ 40
Planters' “ 65
Shelbyville “ .75
Traders' “ 30
Union “ 66
Bank of America 120
“ larnisiana 30
“ New Orleans 60
Canal Bank 9S
Citizens' Rink 98
Crescent City 60
Louisiana State Bank 60
Mechanics' and Traders’ Bank 95
Mcrcbanta’ ’* 50
Southern * ~...120
Union “ 6(1
New Orleans City Scrip 96
STATE BONDS AND COUPONS.
Virginia Bonds 70<5172
N. Carolina “ bSon.ss
North Carolina Floyd Bonds tiiwiso
S Carolina “ 7<k<#7s
(leorgia '* 90(ui—
Tennessee “ S7<«>as
Tlie above Bonds are bought with Coupons lor tstfl.
City of Savannah Bonds '. 76a8n
•• •* Augusta, *• soass
Charleston City Stock son—'
New Orleans City It. K. Bond 86*?tt
•• •• Consolidated 7SaSO
City Memphis end. by St. Tco 67awt
“ Railroad. ..IM7
*• Municipal 62*66
Savannah Coupons... 70*76
Ail" 11. la “ SniDO
Memphis *' 76a -
N. Carolina “ 66»ibi
Tennessee “ 6 Zaun
Oeorgta ** ZOsttO
Virginia •• (ou(6
South Carolina R. R Bonds 6ii
Savannah and Chat Isetou, Ist uioitg 6n
„ * •• td •• Mai*
Montgomery aud W. Point Rlt Busda ... .tkta -
Naati. and trial, endu R R. bonds 16
Memo and t liar suit It H Hong. ttoHiia
Moljilt tad Ohio R. R. tig llouds in*
Ouiimm, , fxtftj.fr
A a art dealing .xi*n.lv*[y In all kluds of MuuUu-ru
I V*»Uculsr attriiltob Ur pun h isua
and Hales on Uoiutnisstou, ailing orders hrr Bans, and
1 those lintrtlUal Ui the hank. ”
' ,22w!!0 by Mil Os suoeas will
raeslvs ihe S'ln ni >.( any udvaa' s ill the milk.l
niaM||uotall»ua arema itnsly lo im Uu . as Itouth
| •»*“*» H -*«• »" is great i w|iiust at
j ofUjT ft*"#* 1 * M”0«a
OL'lt MUTUAL FRIEND . by Chat. Da kens. Com.
plcie and anabrldgatJ, uu ro)au.«, lilaatiai-d
Pile ,1 *
Hear Douglas. Price *1 CO.
Love. M 1 rials Price f I v>
K«l Court F .rm by Mrs Henry WuOfl Price 76c.
Self Sacrifice. Price *1 60.
Mildred Arlteil trice *2
&.«! Lynne; or, Ike Karl's Daughter. Price T6r
Angrhne, by the author of- 'lhe Gift " Prire a»c
The Banker*, Secret: |>y the author of “Uu* How.
•nt" Price 76c
Sir Jasper '■ Tenant; by Mru. Braddun. Price 76c
Match Making. Price She
Hickory Halls by Mia. Southwrrrth Price 60c
licorge Fraurt- Train's Speech ti the Fenians.—
The Bush Rangers, price *2 00.
Major June-' Sketches of Travels. 75 eta., aud a
further supply of hi- other works.
Also the complete work* of Dkklus, Walter Scott,
aud other (svortte au thorn. Cheap editions, at
ESTILI.9' NEWS DEPOT,
Bull stt cel. Back of the Poet Office,
Hot 24 ts
T XX E
Singer Sewing Machines.
Principal Office for the Stale of Georgia,
110 imtMOHTO* STREET,
H. D. HAWLEY, General Agent.
A large assortment for sale at New York price*.
Sewing Machines of all kind* repaired at short
Stitching neatly done. nil
ADMINISTRATOR’S SALK.—By permission of the
Honorable Court of Ordinary of Chatham county,
will be sold, on Friday, December Bth, at 11 o’clock,
on the premise*, corner of Bryan and Alpi streets, all
the perishable property Bl Ahrend Cordea, deceased,
consisting of an assorted Stock of Groceries Ac., and
articles of Furniture.
n27td Administrator ad col.
FOR SALE, one Super-Royal Hand Pres*, with Ink
Distributor, Roller Stocks, Ac. Price. $176.
Also, one Ruggles’ Rotary Diamond Card Press,
with Roller Mould, Rollers, Stocks and Box and
Chases. As good a* new. Pric-e siuo. Address
ESTILL A BRO.,
Bull street, back of Post Office,
n27-tf Savannah, Ga.
I RESPECTFULLY invite the patronage of my old
friends and visitor* to the city I have Six Good
Billiard Tables, including two of Phelan’s make, with
the best Balls. Cues, Bridges, Maces, Ac., procurable.
My rooms are commodious, and I endeavor to employ
only competent attendants. My Bar is supplied with
a good assortment cf Ales, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Ac.
n*2G-tf WALTER O’MEARA.
FIRST and only premium awarded at the American
Institute Pair, 1865, and State Fail of Pa, ISCS, for
Crutches. Hartman’s Patent Elastic Rubber Crutcnes
are pronounced by surgeons, aud everybody else, to be
the very best ever Invented. They are easy and con
venient, they prevent paralysis of the nerves, do away
with all the weariness inseparable from the use of all
others, and are in all respect* unrivalled. Send for a
circular. Agents wanted everywhere LOVBJOY A
TaYIjOR, Sole Manufacturers, No. 476 L Broadway,
N. Y. 6tn-n23
1 AA COILS Manilla Bale Rope
IvU 500 bags Shot
f»o Smith’s Bellows
400 kegs Nails
50 tons Plow Steel
100 tons Swedes aud Refined Iron
1 ton Cast Steel, assorted
150 dozen Axes
3000 pail* Trace Chain*
3 casks Sheet Zinc
IS Cotton Trucks
12 Corn shelter*
150 doz Shovel* ami Spades, assorted brand*
50 kegs Horse Shoes
50 kegs Mule Shoe*
200 dozen Curry Comb*
26 dozen Horse Brushes. For sale by
n22-2w* WEED A CORNWELL.
A CARGO of SALT, lit sac** **ie toll, just arrivwl
per British bark Uroeaco Horn Liverpo 1, for sale
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN & CO.
TUE power of Attorney delegated by me to Mr. J.
P. M. Upping, in the name of carl Upping, is
hereby revoked. C. HKINSIUS,
Savannah, Nov. 30l Att'y for Carl Upping.
Having returned to my business, ttao power of At
torney granted to Mr. C. Heinsius during my absence
has expired. CARL UPPING.
Savannah. Nov. 30 1565. dl-eodS
JOHN H. DEPPISH,
TANARUS) lIAI.BR IN
Cutlery, Flies. Edge Tools,
And Agricultural Implements.
Also, SHOT, POWDER, LEAD and CAPS.
148 Congress and (57 St- Julian streets,
TO THE CITIZENS OF CHATHAM CO.
IRESPR(TTKULLY announce myself a* a Citn<lidato
for tlie Office of Tax Collector at the election in
January next, and humbly solicit your support.
n27-tf EDWARD POWER.
[Formerly Cutter for Wm. R. Symons]
BEGS must respectfully to Inform hi* friend* and the
public gem-rally, that ho has lemoved from the
store of Mr. A. B. Ives to
No. 12 WHITAKER STREET,
(Between Hryan and Bay,)
whore lie will be glad to meet hi* old customers and
a* many new one* a* will favor him with their orders.
t3@ r “‘ A• ways on hand. »i nood aaaortment of
CIjOTHS, CASSIMKRKS, VEJSTINUS,whi. hhei* pre
pared to make up at the shortest notice and in the
most fashionable style.
Remember No. 12—if you want what is good aud
E. H. VAN NESS & CO.,
GROCERS, SHIP CHANDLERS
UNDER TDK BLUFF, CORNER ABKRCORV ST.,
Orders bom the Country Private, Families, Steumera
and Sailing Vessels respect ill Ily solicited.
Produce Imnglit and sold on commission.
V*> bids Selected Apple*
100 bills Onion,
100 bbls Potatoes
60 tibia hx ra Flour
Ml hbls Nut. 1 anil 2 Ma. kerrl
liNi tuba Kaira Butter
60 boxes Ex Ira Oh see
M«i kits Nos I, * and II Mackerel
Mllialf-imia Fultou Market lUm-1
60 bbU Extra Family Pork. If-htl
S. M. GOLDING,
WbnlwMl* altd U*Ull Dealar la
urn, m tram, am,
t.rsllriut-u'M lumlaklug GimmU,
no. i6t ouNoiucMM miutirr,
| r CIWBUmIOI MIC Kill a NTS, 4m
OKHKRBL 4 UMMINSK'S ASD KOH-
M AKDISU MKIH HAST.
BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
flarrf.' CallfiiUK., - J fioor wort of A. Low k Co.'a
Hefen« to Merer,. limiter A (jammi-11. Urine. John
ten A Oravbill; Bell. Wvlly A Cbrlrtiaa ; Bothwrll A
Whitehead; Miller. Thom a" A Cos.: M. A. Obun,
Wm. Q. Titeix. Wu. W. Gokoom
Tison & Gordon.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
No. 90 BAY STREET,
Savannah, ------- Georgia.,
Special attention will be given to the sale of Lumber,
Rosin. Turpentine, A.,
... U. fcOKKRL. A. O. SORREL
CHIPPING, Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
82 Bay street. Savannah. Ga.
References: Messrs. H. K. Coming, Son A Co- N.
Y.; Messrs. Peter V. King A Cos., N. Y. . Messrs. Fish
er. Brothers A 00., BaJtimorf.; Messrs. N. AW. Welsh,
Philadelphia; National Bank. Savannah. Ga.; Francis
Sorrel, Ksq , Savannah. Ga ;Chas. Green, Esq., Savan
nah. Ga.; T. R. Bloom, Esq., Macon, Ga.
oct!7 ‘2 m*
I). H. BALDWIN & CO.,
COMMISSION INTK RCTI
178 Pearl Street, New Yorlc.
D. H. Bu.mviN.) N York
J. F Cummingb. f New Yorlt
H. DrIOIIAM. t
oct4-3m C.M B out, \
A. S. Hartridge.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
XME E RICiR AWT,
92 BAY STREET,
JAMES B. CAHILL,
AND DEALER IN
171 BROAD STREET,
HOLDERS ofMerchandizc wishing to realize imme
diately will consult their interests by consigning
Strict attention will be given to all business en
trusted to them, and prompt return* made at the
most reasonable rates. sep4-3m
Henry L. Jewett. James I. Snider.
Jewett «Si. Snider,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MURCBANTS AND
Second Street, Alaeon, Georgia,
(Between Cherry and Poplar j
Prompt personal attention given to all consign
ments of cotton, produce, manufacture* and other
article* of merchandise. Orders and consignments
solicited from ail parts of the country. Best attention
given to orders tor purchasing cotton.
Agents for several first class Insurance Companies.
SCRANTON. SMITH & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
WOULD be happy to gee the former patrons aud
friends, and the public generally, at their store
nt the head of Bay street, opposite Jcfiersoo, where
they will be at all turn s nappy to serve them.
C. H. BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 86 Broad Street, New York,
Produce and Flour Commission
Dealers in Provision*, Butter, Cheese, &c.
Special attention to Southern Or.dein
ConsigmneiU* ou General Merchandise solicited.
TO SHIPPERS OF COTTON AND OTHER
FENNER, BENNETT A BOWMAN,
Successor* to Hotchkiss, Fenner A Bennett.
No. 40 ViStCY Stkekt, ..kw York.
Aud Memphis, Tenn.
TuOMA* FfcNNKO, lIKNUY BLNNK'IT, D. W. LoWjIVN.
CIIAS. L. COLlll A CO.,
Shipping Com mission au«l Forwarding
M K KCHANTS. •
JONBB BLOCK, OOUNEK KAY AND AHEIIOOBN BTBKKT
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES
Made on Consignments o the firm ol Ciias. L. Colby,
of New York, or to our friend* in Boston.
MAUDE A WRIGHT, Agents at Augusta, Ga.
Messrs. Dabney, Morgan A Cos., New York.
Jariv* Blade, Esq., New York,
lion. J Wiley Edmunds, Boston.
Gardner Colby, Ksq., Boston. sep 18—ti
Woodward, Baldwin A to,,
110 Duune Street, New York,
0 and 11 Ilnnover St., Baltimore.
DRY GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Liberal advances made on Consignments, Sheetings,
Osnabargs and Y arns. jylß
JOHN S. SIMMIS & 00.7
Forwarding and Commission
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, Ac.,
NOS. 1- AND 2 SAMMIS’ BLOCK,
Bay Street, Jaeksomille, Florida.
JNO. B. BAMMIB. U>. O. BAMMIS. OUAB. L. MATHER
• 7 u all kindß of
FOREIGN ANDI> -MESTIC FRUITS and PRODUCE,
West Washington Market,
Opposite 143 Went st„ Bulkhead between Barclay ami
NEW Y O R K
Potatoes, Apples and Onions constant ly on hand, and
put up for the Southern market •
All consignment* promptly atteuked to.
lichirs to A. L. Bradley, A. Haywood* T. J
Walsh, and J. EL Parsons.
MACKY, BEATTIE & GO.
SHIPPING AND GENERAL
*O3 and 205 Bay Street.
OFFKH lor sslr In Whidvsul* Msrrliants upwards of
four liilBdr«l fpxii liauels of Whiskey, wusMiu
disllllullou, oi vurliiu. hi suds slid uaillllM, log.dm
with a law* sinouul of Irt.li nud Burtcli Mall Wlila
klea llrsndy, Win.«. nml i.ius,atPhllad.dphlaor N*w
York price*, uxpsll.e. ml led. ol we wiil 811 tall older.
IU til* starve usiucil oHUs. nl 111. low.sl lu.ikel prions,
delivered on tsisrd any boats ol tlie regular duo.
Iu oounaclkMi with tit* allow, uo should tw pis. 10.1
tu All all orders of t ounliy Produm l fiom PidlndH
Bis or New Verb markets Flour, Baron Hum
rd.l.Hno, Hsll, Ar. a largo quantity of which
no h»v* ou hand Slid oil, r for §gh> »u tho nio.l rsaaou
«. ar*pi»l«ir 1 •< *ll Uuio* to lilake *'l**lir«w ull
hoiilb. nt Titslitui fohs.tfUed Iu ~|U house 111 ptida4*l
MACKY ii BCATTIK,
U tjMUth Wtiw si m*
MpHHN* IPM aud IOM M.ih.l MM*f
COHN Kit OK
BAY AND LINCOLN STS.,
O’FALLON & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission
RESPECTFULLY invite attention to our facilities
for the purchase or movement of Southern
Products, and will give prompt attention to ull ousi
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 buy, or receive on consignment to our
friends in New York or Europe, and will make ad
vances on same ; picking, re-baling or mending all
Cotton before shipping, thereby saving the enormous
expense incurred in Northern cities by this process
They solicit a portion of the business of the people
of Georgia and of adjoining States.
OFFICE, STODDARD’S RANGE
CORNER OF BAY AND LINCOLN STREETS,
. ¥3f~ Post Office Address. Lock Box 25. oct7-3ra
SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
Ij TV NT X>.
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 parlies wish
ing to purchase.
Make collections on all parts of the country,
Phv especial attention to the sale and disposal of
Southern products, aud make advances on direct
MATTHEW H BRIDGE, Manager,
No. 9 Broad st., New York.
RtfFERENOFS BY PERMISSION:
Hon. Benjamin Fitzpatrick, Ex-Governor of Alabama.
P. Harmony, Nephews A Cos., Bankers, 38 Broadway
Messrs. H. B. Cl.>flu A Cos , Importeis, New York.
A. W. Greenleaf, Esq , Banker, N. Y. n9-3m
Alfred R. Bennett,) k v . Ciias. H. Bennett,
Jab. C. Van Pelt, ( * CW Yolk Raleigh, N. 0.
Bennett, Van Pelt & Cos.,
FOR TUE SALE OF
COTTON TOBACCO, NAVAL STORES, ETC.,
FOR TIIE PURCHASE AND SALP OF STATE AND
33 'Whitehall St., New York.
We have associated with us Mr. D. W. Cbbtis, Ute
Public Treasurer for North Carolina. u9-0m
JOHN L. VILLA LON GA7
FOKWAItDING AND COMMISSION MER
No. 94 Ray Street,
196 SAY STREET.
j o ht r moor r.
General fuiiiuiission Merchant,
Q. H. Arledge^
72 BAY STREET,
Grocer and Ship Chandler,
Commission and ITorwardins IVLex—
I WOULD respectfully solicit a liberal share of pa
tronage from my friends and acquaintances, guar
anteeing to give entire satisfaction aud sell at the
lowest market prices.
Orders from the country will receive immediate and
BRYAN, HARTRIDGeT & CO..
Bryan Stkhkt, next to Meboiiants’ and Pi.antekb’
Broker and Commission Agents
FOB BALE AND PI T ECU ASK OP
STOCKS, BANK NOTES, PRODUCE, &c.,
And for Forwarding Cotton.
nov2 3mo _
GKO. Da FOWI.K. WM. K. HOY. HUGH BICE
FOWLE & CO.,
FORMERLY OF ALEXANDRIA, VA ,
Importers of Railroad Iron and Dealers in
Office, 70 Broadway,
G. B. & G. V/. IAKAR,
General co m issinn Merchants.
Forwarding and Shipping Agent.
WO. 9 '4 (upstairs.)
Refer to Geo. W. Amici son, Juu C. Ferre I and G. B
Lamar, Savannah; W. K Jackson. Josiah Sibley «fc
Sons, J. B. A J W. Walker, Augusta. Consignment*
w. j. i>laiß- a. j smith. w. w. keen.
BLAIR, SMITH & CO.,
*. No. 3D© Broad Street,
General Commission Merchants,
And Agents for the Silt) of
Will Purelmse aud Sell, on Commission, Cotton,
t otto* Goods, Wines. I.lipioi*, Produce aud M-übnii
dtse of every d< scrlplbm.
Onnslgumeiils solicited 2m ud
LIVINGSTON, FOX & CO.,
I>l 1 II i* ou«lw ti y,
A|t•‘•ill Allmilip ( IHN NIMII IIFNW'
AdvatMe* mails oh Ikuwlguiosuta by
JHU I WIMUM,
oU*6 am nttaimfi
irJSLvi.f*!;' 1M I
J- M it uuf
SI'PE If INTKN DENT'S oKUCE, »
HavaiiiizU, Ga., Nov. IS, Isw.f
( k** ,®R»*r We«liu*«.lfty, iu»t., a dally
' / ii«iu will li»»ve for AuguvU at a.
ra.. <*«»«!»»«rting with a line* of IJackx running lietweeu
Malioii i, Central Railroad, and Wuyneaimru uu the
Augiiidn anil Suvauuah Railroad.
Pu.««uge<* hy thi* line will arriv« in Auzuatft the
next morning after leaving Havannali in time to
connect with the Georgia Railroad train for Atlanta.
Returning arrive in bavaunuUat 3.X*, p m
Freight U) go by Passenger Train m..-t be prepaid
ami delivered hall hour before and« pai tnre of train
By order of
GEO. W ADA tab.
Ocneral Supei iiitendei.t.
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFU’E, \
Savannah, Nov. 18th, 1806. /
This Company is now, in coanectiou with H. J.
Dickerson A Co.’s Wagons, prepared to receive and
forward to Augusta. Macon, Atlanta Ac., daily from
twenty to thirty thousa and pound* of go
through iinfrom three to five days.
iShip Freight huU other expenses must be paid by
Shipper*. Railroad freight can b* paid here or at des
Freight on perishable goods must be prepaid.
Rates to Augusta, until further notice, will be per
foot 50 cents, per 100 lbs. $-'.50
UEO. W. ADAM*,
n2O General Superintendent.
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK.
For sale by
etpl6 BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
In sum* to suit purchasers, by
*ep2B-tf E. F. METCALFE & CO
10,000 Sacks Liverpool Salt,
For sale by W. IS. ADAMS,
dl-6* No. 96 Bay street.
Dissolution of Co-partners Mp.
firm of West, Bryan & Cos. expire* by limitation
* this day, and is terminated in mutual consent and
Mr. James B. West will continue to act as agent for
the Baltimore, Savannah and Augusta steamers. He
will settle ull outstanding business of the firm-all
demand* againstwhich mttst be rendered to him at
his office, Jones’ Block.
JAMES B. WEST.
' ALFRED L. HARTRIDGE.
Savannah, Nov 30,1866. di-6
PUNTER’S BANK, \
Savannah, Ga., 26th Nov , 1806. |
An election for Director*, to manage l!ie affairs o
thi* Bank for one year, will 1)0 held at the Bank
ing House in this city, on Monday, the Ist day o
THUS. H. HARDEN.
n2 r >-la wtd __ Act ; ng Cashier.
JOHN MKRUYMAN. B. H. WARINO.
JOHN MERRYMAN & CO.,
Farmers’ *nd Planters’ Agencv
FOR the sale of Guano. Fertilizer*, Live Stock, Im
plements and Mai hi aery, Seeds, &e.
6*7 YV. Fayette Street,
Refer to John S. Gittings, President Chesapeake
Bank ; Cha*. Goodwin. Cashier Franklin Bank, Balti
more; E. C. Wad* 4& Cos. and P. 11. Behn, Savannah,
r WABE rooms
Latest tr@m FCgypt I
PENNY S NEW EXTRACT OF THE EGYTIAN
X LOTUS, anew and exquisite Perfume tor the
handkerchief. Cleopatra and the ladies of the present
day using the same perfume.
TUE EGYPTIAN LOTUS!
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS!!
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS M!
Manufactured by F. A.Penny, Brooklyn. New York.
E. A. LOVEJOY, Agent,
n9-3m 93 Fulton street, N. YL
1 A DHLS No. 1 Mackerel
I" " 10 bbls No. ‘2 Mackerel
10 bbls No. 3 Mackerel
25 half hbls No. 1 Mackerel
25 half bbls No. 3 Mackerel
150 kits No. 2 Mackerel
150 kits No. 2 Mackerel
4 • tubs Choice Lard
4 firkins Choice Butter.
Tho above lotare freehand new, ami will he offered
low, to close consignment.
CHAS. L. COLBY* CO.,
00v23 Corner Abercorn and Bay streets.
1 *Jt |A BUSHELS Prime White Com
I')UU *2OOO bushels Trime White Oats
u 8 N. A. HARDEE A CO.
A DARK BAY HORSJO, about ten hands high, with
long tail and short mane, and between eight
and nine years old, with no peculiar marks. He dis
appeared from Montgomery on Sunday night last.—
Any information in reference to him will be thank
fully received and liberally rewarded, if left at the
otllce of the Daily Herald. n22 ts
THE undersigned promises to cure
in all its worst forms without the ii*e of medicine.—
Please send for my Circular, enclosing 10 cents for
postage. Address J. M. RUSSELL,
octlO-’bn Boston Mass.
CENTRAL R. R. & BANKING CO. OF GA.,\
Savnm.ah, Nov. 14, 1805 (
THE Annual M(*etin!i of the Stockholders of this
Company will be held on Thuivday, tho 1 tth of
Dcu mlwr next, at the D.vnkir.g House in Hnvannnh,
nt lOr.vioek, a. in. A lull attendance is enrn«*stly re*
quested. GEO A. CUYLEK,
HAVANNAH. Nov. t«lh, IMM.
During uty xlwuiiro from tho city or BUt* Mr. C. 11.
I'-ilUcr lx my duly *glli"itxr<l '
i, IT ' W TIIOM PHI IN
STEELE * BURBANK,
II Mni llWlit* Hb«i Hill*lX HvM. N«. « »
C,ai.l. Hit. mu-iitioii of Wb l*»»l* iMltl Itiitull pur
J i hunl. 11l Oi.'ir •uiwilor *U» kof
MII.I'I'AIIV AM* NAVAI. I MITIIIhIU,
PIIMNIMHINIi in ml
Wali luw. t Ux'h*. Fttiii y lli.ul*, Jnwiilry, unit Plpl*4
VI »i*,Bwiihl., U**h*w. It'll* guibl ilbll'l li*. ibml*. * ’*,*
Fb*il llixiw* llnoi liol* llbivi*. Ai At .*>
Nil ibld*MtftU*• Isl *4 (M of llii' I'l.i* ut |.|lM*b
Im>6 liltwi* bn II tkl pi Hill IH I "11*1*11**
-pi* SSRiRAS LAI KM IN A (ft.
i BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Hl* WUIMt .. 4..,, Uwwt—^
Mirrhuuu, So Mr.' Mny rtract,
AM. HrarbruuKh A «'««., OMm(txmOm
• himiiin firii:»i*mj4ii (iiMirriMi >tid 57 N
Juli»u.l. II it Ur. l nurkii yrtr.-B paid fur Uotfon
H out Hn-imux. etc. Llbu*l AH>i.u.r> .m OulUiu. 4c!
|» H. Bail*. FALTuIi AM) t.ENlilt.U .
1 . MISSION MkHLIiANT, Buy .Ueot, ra.r oTi
ruud, suvuuufib, «.« Im-iiys
l/'r>vln 4b lUrdtc,
Hd COMMISSION MKKCHANTS,
| B*y tetrert. Slvaimah, «(>
Jultu Jlrt uuu,ll, . — r
DKALKK IN DRYTQOODS. 4c.
Sumuel M. Lcdtrer, Jobber and Kctailrr „i
Fxhuy and Stai’li: L)bv Unona, Buutu am, Sudi.
Ci.othimm, Uatu, Ac. 146 Congrcw Mreei
Verat A Cos.. Übed*fiotd Dealer in Wiaxa, i ,
* riCUUB, SxaAßtt, Fa.nCV t.R*H)AKIU*. tjAM.ICb, 4|-
160 <'ongre.s street.
1C «» Cm E Fa.uii.l itauCKkik,
-*• w mut, Liquoß*, dco.
-- . ...1 ___ BILLIARDS, Ac. '
Biiliat-*! Saloun. By WALTEH O'MEALa
ALE-,, WINES, UyIOKS, Ac.
Huy atreet, over Exyeta (Jflice
St. Ctarle. suloon, (in rear of Post Office l I,v
A. Stamm. Wholesale and. JietaU. Nona h„t
OHOIOK WINES and UqUOHS wired Free Lunch
HAS FITTING, Ac.
Weed cb C ornwell,
Wholesale Dealers in ll.now.u,( and 'j',N Was*
No. 169 and 161 Brongbton street
U • PLUMBEIi AND GAS FITTER,
SEOARS, TOBACCO, &c.
XT' iVoAft>. 11 '
J • SEHARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, 4c
Barnard street one door South of the Mai ket.
/ I‘RINTINU, bTATii iJN EUV, AcT
Wiivlllr 4 Ursi'li, ' 7~~
O BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
Cor, lityai) street ami Market Square.
Marking Ink, MANurAOTUBxn and foraalc bv
DAVID H. GALLOWAY,
< 35 Drayton street.
C7«o. IV. Nifhol*,
J BOOK and job printer,
Pity st„ between Abcicrn uial Drayton.
JO J. 1 arse, LITHOGRAPHER, STATIONER,
JCJo BINDER, JOB PRINTER, Ac.
No. 6 Whitaker street.
C W. Mason <b Cos.,
‘ * HERALD JOB PRINTINC, OFFICE.
No. 11l Bay street
WM. u. Haiideii,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
I*s Bay .street,
—V. ! ■■■ .■ ■
WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.
FD. Bortlnn, Dealer in Watches and Jewklkv,
a Silver and Plated Ware. Fancy Goons, Ac.
W Watches aud .Jewelry Repaired.
128 Congress st., opposite tire Pulaski House.
•Jos, W. Clift, 11, D,
Cor. South Broad and Barnard-sis.,
Oeeice Hooke—9 to 10 A. M , and 4to 5 P. M„
tSC Residence—Mr. Wash's, Urougliton Street,
tiC-lnt one iloor cast Masonic Ilall.
WM. M ulsh,
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
aul4 Southeast cor. Banian; aiul Broughton sis.
I A. Solomons <b Cos.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
2At* Orders executed accurately and with despatch
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ames «b Peabody, Jobbers ;n Men’s, Women's,
and Children’s Calf, Serge and Kid BOOTS anJ
SHOES, of all kinds and qualities.
162 Congress st., 4th door North of the Market.
ED. Smyth. QUEENS WARE, GLASS AND
• CHINA, at Wholesale and Retail.
109 Broughton street, 2d door from eor. of Bull
• WrIOLRSAI.E AND RETAIL nEALER IN
CIDERS, LEMttN, STRAWBERRY a.m> RASPBERRY
SYRUPS, CANDIES, Ac., &<).,
W In any quantities, to suit Purchasers, jit
John Ryan, Bottler of SODA WATER, PORTER
and ALE, CORDIALS. SYRUPS, in.
Cor Bay and West Broad streets.
TO THE SHIPPERS OF GOODS BY THE
STEAMER SAVANNAH ON THE 4th
DAY' OF NOVEMBER, 180.5.
ALL person* who shipped Goods by the Steamer ?a
vannah, ou the above named day, are requestw
10 call immediately at the *tore of F. M. Myrell, Esq-.
Harris’ Buildings, Bay street, and identify such goods
a* have been saved from the wreck of the stenmor.
J. W. WOLCOTT,
THE undersigned are prepared to make every kin<l
of Landscape Gardening ; to put in order Arti
ficial Water Works and everything pertaining to or
namcntal Gardens, and to do all kinds of Trimming.
Order* may be left at the Herald office.
W. A. D. ELMAR A CO-,
8011-1 m Landscape Gardener^
CONSIGNEES or owner- of goods per steamfliiP
Ch»«e, on voynge from New York. October.
1863, will pleuee present copies of Invoics:
claims for short deliveries find deduct ions lor d»m 8 •
il any, to the undersigned, on or before the 16tn “»r
of ntceifiber next, for the purpose or making the
Hutment of the genera.
Macon Telegnigli, Augusta Con-iHuii"/ 1 * 11 ?'
nnd Atlanta lutclllgi ncer, pleure copy and send nm
i his office.
JUHT rscaiV'sl, five bid* Choice White Oifioh teU ,
Will be sold low. S .
„|T If Joh*.' Ilnlldlliga, Bsr street
PUSSY, JOSES ft CO.,
WlliMluurtoit, »<• I thwart* I
MAhl'KAifi l'IlK liuu MrlffilrefiM.il>—W I
had btl«|| hl|»au|tt» ili ft•*4 ft ■
wlih vavy IftribfM PW *7 ■
dug *#• pfOfiftfWß I* aftftfftla aftfcai wftft w^l 1 * ‘ I
mill «■ I