The Savannah Daily Herald.
BV S. W MASON Sc CO.
w , r. THOMPSON, Associate Editor.
savannah, Wednesday, December t. is«.
p o r Commercial Intelligence see
the new era op legislation.
The lundamental changes that have result
ed from the perilous revolution through
which we have lately passed, and the conse
quent chaotic condition into which the social
and political fabrics of the South were pre
cipitated by these changes will, of necessity,
institute anew epoch in the annals of Ameri
can Legislation. History demonstrates that
much of the confusion and disaster which
lollow civil convulsions, of the terrible char
acter from which the South has just emerged,
may be avoided by the prompt and judicious
action of Legislators whose intelligence aud
experience render them capable of a skillful
and philosophical appreciation of the embar
rassing difficulties which always present
themselves at each and every stage of the
process of transformation which follows the
restoration of peace aud order.
Hence it is that the Legislature uow in ses
sion engrosses so much of the attention ol
our people, knowing, as they do, that upon
time and their action, imder Providence, de
pend much of the prosperity or adversity of
the State for years to come.
The entire financial system of Georgia wil 1
have to be overhauled and reconstructed
the embarrassing difficulties growing out ol
the delicate relations of the two races will re.
quires satisfactory solution, and upon the
spirit with which they are approached and
acted upon, the harmony oi the races may
depend in the future.
The basis of settlement for debts contract
ed during the war, the election of United
States Senators, Judges, &c. &c., will all de
mand the attention of the Legislature.
We presume that among the first things
brought before it will be the amendment to
the constitution of tbe United States abolish
ing slavery. The establishment of one gen
eral and effective agency lor tbe introduction
of emigrant labor to meet the urgent demandg
in every department of industry.
The inauguration of a system of common
schools for the education of poor children.
It may be that an entire revolution will be
necessary in the educational policy of tbe
State. Or, if our present system is correct,
which we are disposed to doubt, but is ham
pered iu its action and consequently yields
no good fruit, new energy must be infused,
and new power applied to the old machinery.
A committee of the Tennessee Legislature
lias lately had the subject of education in that
State under consideration, and has made a
report thereon. This committee say “they
have adopted no new and untried paths, no
new theory, but have labored to avail them
selves of the light and practical experience
of those States whose career in the noble en
terprise of promoting mental development
aud instruction, through improved aud com
prehensive and practical methods of common
school education, has beeu einiucully suc
They recommeud the appointment of effi
cient county superintendents who shall de
vote their whole lime to educational matters
in their special districts. Under the old sys
tem in vogue in that State au auuual appro
priation from all sources of seventy five ceuts
to each scholar was made, which gave but
two months of discipline lo each. It is pro
posed uow to give the youth more time at
school and make their support a charge upon
the whole property of the State. The wisest
course of Georgia is to imitate the example
of the Tenuessee committee and avail ilselt
of tbe light and the practical experience of
those States whose systems have been emi
We have, from time to time, iu our feeble
way, thrown out suggestions touching mat
ters of public iuterest for tbe consideration
of our readers, Dot iu a spirit of dictation,
hut from sympathetic motives aud an earnest
desire to co-operate iu all that relates to the
welfare of this great State.
A COLORED DELVMOX.
A gentleman who has lately traveled
through the States of Georgia, Alabama,
Mississippi and Louisiana, as well as through
Florida, informs a Louisiana paper, that he
found the same idea prevailing in each of
those Slates among freedtnen, as to their be
ing furnished abont Christmas, by the Gov
ernment, with the necessaries of “house
# He mentions Florida, particularly, because
he was there at the time Gov. Marvin ad
dressed the colored population of Tallahas
see and the adjoining country, lie says that
the result of Gov. Marvin’s talk to them was
a very sensible conclusion on their part to
go lo work faithfully, to make au honest liv
ing, and when he left the State there were
mauy, who have been waiting iu a life of
ease aud idleness, for the jubilee, had made
contracts and gone faithfully to work in com
The Labor Problem in Boston. —TLe
mere substitution ol some blacks for a few
Irish hod-carriers who had “Struck,” held
a curious crowd for the whole day at Boston
recently. To complete the picture, one of
tbe new carriers wore the army blue. It was
certainly queer, even in Boston, to see a
black mau with a hod, and the dear public
studied the show as if religiously beut on
deciding once tor ail whether the black man
would work, and how he would work Hav
ing seen just haw he planted his f e 'ei and
dumped Ins mortar, the crowd went awav
satisfied that he bore his hod-honors well.
Five Caniui.atlk eor or
Nkw York —There are five Candidates iu
nomination for the Mayoralty in New York
viz: Marshall O Roberta, Union; C. ti, t}„„
titer, MeKeon, Democrat; Recorder lloff.
mau, Tniiijiaiiy; Mr. Farmer, soldier*' can
didste; and Mr Hccker, Citixeua' Aaaocia
tion candidate, and Mozart Hall, supported
by the Tribune and News. Hume ol these
candidate* will doubtless withdraw
• Gsnsbai, I.kks Room — General lee
has uudtr way * history of the "Cam
|ml«u« iil the Army of Northern Vlr
. I1 " !»«• aipresaly stipulated with
the couirsnlMg New Vorh firm, that alter
due delivery lulu their hands, It shall not lie
dm lured, retvtnilied, lu order lo < *icr Ur
Northern a ptllxlUlas
M»«r, Mefsefc.i y, rfehwsaa,
Jl'ffi lloia.'ltel y Johnson ahnonnies
rtiaih.lt not a "MtdidMe hM IMBapf.me
'aasAi* itli Misls
The Asiastic Cholera has given rise to as
many theories as lo its origin and character,
as yellow fever or any other class of zymotic
disease. By one class of physicians it has
been pronounced to be contagious—by
another class it has been declared not to la
of a contagious character. Its origiu has
been said to be atmospherical, then again to
have its source in the physical habits of the
people—in the filthy condition and over- 1
crowding of thoae who become its victims— 1
in certain terrene causes as low grounds and
want of drainage—in the presence of cess
pools in the vicinity of wells, &c.. Ac. The
theory explaining the origin ol yellow fever
to the presence of nniiualcolfc in the human
system has been revived by an Italian phy
Remedial or preventive measures are
framed iu accordance with those theories.
If it is contagious, of course rigid quaran
tine is essential. Its exclusion from our
cities cau he effected iu no other mode than
by the prevention of intercourse by sea and
cordous by laud. It it is not au imported
disease, hut has Its source in filth, in over
crowding and the other causes that viti: te the
atmosphere of certain localities a strict sani
tary system is required.
The result of all this discordance of theory
is that scarcely any two systems of measures
are alike iu the health police of our cities.
In some of them quarantine has prevailed a
certain number of years, then abolished, aud
resumed again, as strikingly exemplified in
New Orleans within a period of about ten
It were to be desired that a convention of
physicians should assetiblc to discuss the
origin and character of cholera, so as to have
a systematic ami uniform course of measures
to prevent its introduction, and against its
extension, in all our seaports, if contrary to
our utmost precautions, it should become in
troduced. In the interval, and until some
thing like harmony of opinion is attained,
the only plan of safety to he pursued is not
lo relax in the slightest degree our sanitary
measures of internal police to keep our cities
free of those causes that aggravate, if they
do not originate epidemic disease, while a
strict quarantine is instituted, as an indispen
sable measure of preventing its introduction,
should it be proved to be contagious.
aUALIFTCATION OP VOTERS AT THE
The following extract of the State law re
lating to the qualification of voters at the
municipal elections in Savannah, is publish
ed by order of tbe Justices of the Inferior
“AU persons shall be qualified to vote at
elections of the Mayor and Aldermen of the
City of Savannah and the Hamlets Iberioi,
who are citizeus of the United States, have
resided in tlm State of Georgia for one year
immediately preceding the election, and
continue so to do up to'tbe time of election,
aud within the corporate limits of Savannah
for four.monlhs immediately preceding their
registration, who have atlained the age ot
tweuty-one years, and have paid all city
taxes, or have in their own right sufficient
real estate to satisfy any tax executions
which may lie issued aeaiust them, who have
made all returns required by the Ordinances
of the city, aud have been registered accord
ing to the provision of this act."
As much of this law as relates to the regis
tration of voter* was set aside for this year
by a special act ol the Stale Convention, and
therefore has no reference to the election of
A Finland newspaper mention s a stone
iu the Northern part of Finland which serves
the inhabitants instead of a barometer. This
stone, which they call Itmoklur, turns black,
or blackish grey ; when it is going to rain,
but on the approach of fine weaker it is
covered with white spots.
The Tycoou of Japan had a narrow es
cape from assasination on a recent journey, a
Daimio whose palace he visited, having
planned to murder him and his attendants.
The chief conspirator was arrested and was
executed by bdKiglpierced by lances while
lashed to a wooden cross. Another commit
ted suicide by “bari kari.” The plot was
supposed to have been in the interest of a
high personage who hoped to succeed to the
rank ot TycooD.
—The total vote for Governor of Missis
sippi at the late election was lorty-four thou
sand and ninety-four, an increase of over
twenty thousand siuce the commencement
of the war. Northern states show au in
crease of about tbe same proportion.
—The small pox is still raging in Macon,
and the papers publish receipts to prevent
pitting after small pox.
—Dr. John G. Westmoreland, one of At
lanta’s most respected citizens, proposes to
raise a Volunteer Company for the defense
of Atlanta, the property and lives of its cit
izens, under the Governor’s proclamation
Gen. Butler is in Washington, where he
is establishing a permanent household.—
This increases the belief that he is to be Sec
retary of War, in place of Stanton.
—Working for bare life,—making clothes
for anew baby.
—For the 453 vacant Lieutenancies in tbe
regular army, there are about 3,000 appli
—The Columbus (Ga.) “Chain Gang" now
consists of eight negroes, and is employed
in leveling the fortifications about the city.
All negroes found idle in the city are forced
to become members.
—A young gentleman named W. Travis
Weaver, of Thomaston, .Ga., was knocked
down in Columbus, Monday night by three
men, who robbed him of bis watch, and of
from SI,OOO to $1,200 in greenbacks.
—A mau in Richmond a few days ago re
ceived a letter with one thousand dollars en
closed. The writer said it was the return of
property stolen during ouo of Stoneniati’s
—A tnemlier of the Tennessee Legislature,
wtieii offering it hill the other day, to pay hi*
c >Ue,goes and hiiusell in gold, stated that
“everything is uow bringiug double, treble or
fourbiu which il brought a few years ago. ”
—The Memphis Bullet iu stales that e gen
end uiunusty will bo proclaimed for those
Hums which adopt thiougli their legislatures
i ihu cnusitlultooai nmendiueut against slave
ry, and repudiate their war debt
—The NsUuiikl luiuttlgtineur says II I* u*»i
i Improbable ibai balora tbe rinse or llte mini
lug aeastun, we shall witness a munplatu ree
' loration of ilia l uioa In all U. piilliiual aud
1 liuMt t«l integrity and power
■“Tim C'blmgfu I inns, wbnb deepaite us
appropriations by I ’ougraM gdeqoaU to ib»
) *«uaa, non lends Hurt the Niagara Hblp I anal
mm only ba uunplalad by tonal and unlive’
real aasMiaisd notarmiaa
I Tints Spoktk is Atlanta. —The Intelligen
cer of tbe 'id inst., says:
“The race course was liberally aliebiie.l
yesterday afternoon by the lovers of fast
iloek, and a Couple of hours was pleasantly
a/inl. The mile beat between Woolens
and Whit iker's horses resulted in the defeat
lof the latter. Woden's hors.- went through
| in good style, making the distance in 2:11,
which was highly creditable performance
considering the imperfect condition of the
track. The next trial of speed was a quarter
race tiel ween Whitaker's sorrel and Wooten’s
little luv, tbe former winning by about '2O
feet. The sorrel was the most popular horse,
on the traek, and his performances elicited
much admiration. A lew “greens” cliaoged
hands, but the betting generally was sin ill.',
They have also been h iving several days’
fine racing at Columbus. Ou tbe 2‘Jlh, the
second da)-, an exciting race in two mile
heals, best two in three, took place between
Penn Bedell's roan filly, and brown lilly
Rosa, owned by Mr. Pryor. Large sums of
money changed hands. The following is the
Ist. 2d. 3d.
Bedell’s roan filly 1 2 J
Prvor's brown filly Rosa, 2 I 2
time—4dH< 1-2; 4:19; 4:18.
Ou the third day there were to he two
races—mile heats—best two iu three.
—Blackwood's Magazine says : “In the
Trent affair, it is now no longer a secret, that
Lord Palmerston made up his miud to go to
war with the Federal States. The Emperor
of the French, equally long since, agreed
with Lord Palmerston. But the war-ilk#
project ol the British premier was, it is stated,
thwarted by his associates in the cabinet.”
John Mitchell.— The papers have just
found out that John Mitchell was not par
doned. He never applied for a pardon, but
was released from, imprisonment-by order of
the President, and subsequenily took the
oath of allegiance as a necessary prelimina
ry to obtaining a passport to Europe.
A PrnrlHmntlon—City of Savannnii.
Mayor's Office, Dec. 4th, 1865.
By virtue ol a resolution passed lu Coun
cil, I Richard D. Arnold Mayor of Savannah,
do issOe this Proclamation hereby offering
a reward of Five Hundred Dollars, for the
apprehension with proof to convict, of the
person or persons, who committed the as
sault on the late A. Cordes ou the evening ot
the tweuty-tirst of November last, infliciing
injuries which resulted in his death.
And I do hereby require all officers aud
members of the Ciiy Police, to be vigilant iu
trying to apprehend the perpetrators of said
,—, j Iu witness whereof 1 have here
[i,is ] unto set my official signature, and
'' caused to he affixed the seal of said
city, the day and year first above written.
R. D. ARNOLD, Mayor of Savannah.
Attest: James Stewart, Clerk of Council.
dec 5 lw
MAYOR’S OFFCE, \
Savannah, Doc. Ist, 1805. )
The Convention of the people of Georgia
recently in session at Milledgeville having
passed tin Ordinance fixiug Wednesday, the
sixth day of December iust., as tbe day for
the election of a Mayor and twelve Aldermen
for the city of Savannah, to serve until the
qualification of their successor to be elected
iu October next:
Now, therefore, I, Richard D. Arnold,
Mayor ol said city, in conformity with the
requirements of said Ordinance, and in ohed
’ence to a resolution ofihe City Council of
Savannah, do issue this Proclamation order
ing said election for Mayor and Aldermen
on Wednesday, the sixth day of December)
inst. Aud I do hereby order the City Marshal
to be in attendance at the
polls to preserve order, and the City Trea
surer to be present, with his Digest, for the
collection of taxes ; said election to be held
under the superintendence prescribed by law,
and at which the honorable the Justices of
the luferior Court of Chatham couDty ami
the Magistrates of the couuty are requested
Iu witness whereof, I have hereunto set my
official signature, aud caused to be affixed
the seal of said city, this first day of De
cember, A. D. 1865.
R. D. ARNOLD, Mayor. »
Attest ; Jas. Stew art, C. C.
dec I td
H. G. RUWE & CO.,
GROCERIES 1 LIQUORS,
WINES AND SEGARS,
Corner Bryan and St. Julian and
(FRONTING PULASKI HOUSK.j
tsr Agents for
ALE AND LAGER.
Constantly on hand, an assortment of
Snr29 3 in
Notice to Ladiei.
M’ME DEMORKST’S Brafich of Fashions, 'with
Patterns of every style of Dross, by Mrs. Vick,
114 Hryan street. n2fi-lm
G*o. R. C rump. Wm, A Wright,
Augusta, Georgia. Late of Richmond, Va.
(•SO. R. CRUMP & (I#.,
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLRSALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Segars,
HALTED FIWI, Jkc.
209 Broml St., Augusta, Ga,
Will purchase and sell on Commission Cotton,
Tobacco, Produce, and MRkuuaniilbr of every de
Refers to the Merchants And Bankers of August*,
Ga.. Richmond. Vn . and Jno C Ferrill, Esq., De-
Witt A Morgan, GadftnA& Luckies, A. A. So’omens A
Co.* tl. T. Paterson A Cos., R. Molina, Esq., Sivnnuuh,
IOIIIIKHN Hud Ih'ulrm from all part* of the country
uro tnviUid to examine my
wbn I) iln liiilm podagra cnnMlliUiK rumplvtc SMnrt
mania, pm Up , Xpicaaly fur "Country Tr»d«,"
rt’aoli II add'd to Wilt piircltaarra
inn IlMHigliloM H«„ ltd door from Hull Hi
, 1, n HMVTII
Hilton & Randell
HOI IDA V MTItniOT,
11 AVHJI'NT NMCKIVRII tll’l ofc. 4* «rt«
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tun L.. Iluli'. Mould • 'amtlMl
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M> dw .1. aaii . imalrl i abdi,.
Suva it n a*li T li e a t re
Is*'*4‘f a and Manager*... Mresr*. KimoNp k Hamilton
WKDNKSOA* KVKIWNIi. DEC. 6.
Lu.-t night but two o- the favorite nrtuice.
Mi*, an ti Harry WatkiiiH,
,1 :»t«> \i. 4’ll VIM r 4 ii..min.)
Wlifi %vi!i b its •' tv* •haiiUAli/atioU of Ibe
novel oi tin*
THE HIDDEN HAND;
OR, OLD VIKI.INI A AS IT WAS.
Mr ami Mr*. WalKins in iheir original character*.
!To tbe 'Electors of Chatham Couuty.
I Gentlemen : Having been requested by
I numerous friends to allow my name tolls
j used lor the office of Sheriff of Chatham
: county, 1 have the honor to aunounce myself
as a candidate for that position, and respect
lully solicit your suffrage.
lilT-tf •• rI!AIiI.ES J. WHITE.
To the Citizen* ot Savatiuuli.
On Ihe application of many prominent citi
zens, representing all the interests of the city.
Colonel Edward O. Anderson has consented
to l>e 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 or capacity of one so well known to you.
He lias served-you in the same position be
fore, and the manner in which he discharged
the duties of the office is fresh in your mem
ories. His leceut sacrifices and services iu a
cause, which whether right or wrong, was
the cause of his State 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 not be
ignored at the ballot box.
The following ticket is placed in nomina
tion, and will be supported by
E. C. ANDERSON.
E- A. SOULLARD,
JOHN F. O’BYRNE,
JNO. Mo MAHON,
F. L. GUE.
’ JNO. C. FERRILL,
GEO. W. WYLLY,
JNO. R. JOHNSON,
DR. J. M. SCHLEY,
dec. 1-td. • v
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the hair whitens and falls early. But thiu
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Your hair may be renewed and sustained
through life by the use of Mrs. S. A. Allen’s
World's Hair Restorer and Zylobalsamum,
or Hair Dressing. Every Druggist sells
them. dec. 2-eod-l-w.
The Municipal Ektciion
Savannah, Nov. 21st, 1865.
To the Editors of the Savannah Dally Herald'.
Please anuouuce the following ticket for
Mayor and Aldermen, as the People’s choice,
and oblige many citzens.
EDWARD C. ANDERSON.
For Aldermen :
Geo.. W. Wylly, John C. Ferrill.
John McMahon, John Ryan,
John R. Johnson, Robt. Lacblison,
F. L Gne, John Lama,
M. H. Meyer, John Foley,
Joseph Lippman, R. D. Walker.
Mu. EDttoß—Please announce the follow
ing ticket for Mayor and Aldermen, and
oblige many citizens.
DR. RICHARD D ARNOLD.
Robert Lacblison Christopher C. Casey,
George W. Wylly, Hiram Roberts,
John F. O’Byruc, Edward C. Wade,
Henry Brigham, John L. Yillalonga,
Joseph Lippman, John Cunningham,”
Frances L. Gue. Alvin N. Miller,
uov. 28-td. ,
TOTIIH VOTERS OF CHATHAM COUNTV
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 tlic Voter, of Clmlltam County.
I respectfully announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of Sheriff' of
Chatham County, aud ask your support, at
the January election.
ts Benjamin L. Cole..
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It is a vegetable compound, aud contains no injuri
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IT WILL KESTOUE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIG
It will keep the hair from sassing out.
It cleanses the scalp and makes thu hair soft, ma
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It is a splendid hair dressing.
No person, old or young; should fail to use it.
IT 18 RECOMMENDED AND USED BY TUB i
FIRST MEDICAL AUTHORITY.
tW~ A-k for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Ihi i H.-u« u O.,
aud take no other.
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. Nashua, N. H„ Proprietor? (.
For sale by nil druggists.
BARNES, WARD & CO..
uihMim Southern Wholesale Agents.
Miss Caruik C. Lester, a daughter of
Mississippi is authorized tn visit the Soutli,
soliciting subscriptions for the New York
News. She kindly asks the patronage of all'
our citizens. Please sujid your nnincs or
call at the Pulaski House from 10 A. J*. to
3 I*. M., when Miss Lester will he most hap
py to receieve you.
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Magnolia Encampment, No. 1, I. 0.0. F.
Member* of the Encampment
'ill t«k.‘ notice that a regular meeting
Will l>* held Tins Evening, at balf-jM3t
Punctual attendance U requested.
By order of the Encampment.
UG t liAKLKS GHOSH, Surihe.
CENTRAL KK. AND BANKING CO. j
Savannah; l*n*. 4,1, 18G. r ». }
An Election for nine Director* to manage the af
fairs of the Company for thi-en<eiig year will bo held
a: the U*nking>Ziousc. iu Havaiui ih (second story), on
Tuesday, the ‘2d of January, ISfiG, between the horn*
of 10 a m aiul 1 p. m
Stockholders onlv wno have- held stock for ninety
clays immediately preceding the day of election are
entitled to vote.
Stockholder?, upon presentation of their stock cer
tificates to the conductors of train?, will be passed
to and from the election over the Compuny’a road,
free. GEORGE A. CUYLER*
dC-1 m Cashief
THE mi retained Pi w* lu thisChuicb will »>e routed
at lh. j ('hutch this day, at il o'clock.
Notice will be given by the ringlug-of the bell.
dS 1 VV W. LI NCOLN, Trea ure.
CITY OP SAVANNAH COUPONS, in Minis to
FORDYCK. ANDERSON A JANNEY.
dfi-tf No lo Stoddard's Jfamgh.
ONE of the best Corner Groceries aud Liquor Stores
in Savannah, for sale, with part or whole of the
Stock. Address “W.,”
d6-3 Post riffle, Lock Box, 21.
TIIE undersigned offer* for sale his well-known
valuable Plain at ion. Can 8 tin's Bluff, by the river,
within three miles o: this city, and extending to Au
gustine Creek, containing about 70u acrei, tbe g»eat
er portion rice land. This property lets many hand
some site*, tor residences, and from iu proximity to
city, is likely to improve rapidly in value.
Forfnrthe particulars, apply to
dG-eodltn ROIPT HABKRSHAN.
OFFICE DEPOT COMMISSARY, I
savannah, Georgia, December 6, lsu6. J
SEALED Proposals to furnish the troops at tills
Post.with fteah reef f #r three months, commenc
ing January 1, isrc. anu ending March 31, lsuU, will
bo received ul this office until 12 M., Dee. _u, 1865.
The Beef to tie of good marketable quality, exclu
sive of necks and shanks, and delivered tri-weekly.
The Proposals to be made iu duplicate.
H. A. DARLING,
deco ( apt. aud C. a. Vols.
NEW BOOK STORE.
THE subscriber being incapacitated by ill health
from the active duties of the Ministry lias, with
the full approval of the Bishop of the Dioogse, enter
ed into business as a Theological and General Book
seller, and is now opening a carefully selected Stock
ou the corner of Bull and Stale Streets. He solicits
the patronage of the people o( Savannah. Theologi
cal, ami Miscellaneous Publica
tions kept on jwml.
Orders received for any work, American or Euro
pean. dO-w-f THOS. J. STALEY’.
Notice to Consignees.
RECEIVERS of Freight* per Atlantic Coast Mail
Steamship Liue from New York, will please take
from their draymen, a duplicate ticket which will be
sent with every load, and see that the goods corres
pond with the tickets. Hereafter no claims for lost
goods will be allowed unless presented within twen
ty-four hours after discharge of cargo, and all goods
placed in store will be at the risk aud expense of the
.'G O JOHN R. WILDER, Agent.
PAPER WAREHOUSE •
WAimrarX pLatNKR, Wholesale dealers in ail
kind- oi Writing, Printing and Wrapping Pa
pers, Envelopes, Twines and Paper Bags.
Also, Printers Inks, Cards and Card Boards.
Having superior facilities for procuring Goods di
rect from the manufactories, we are enabled to com
pete with New York prices.
80LE AGENTS IN THIS CITY
For the Bath Paper Mills,
Cash paid for Hags and all kinds of Paper Stock.
Randell & Cos.
Southwest corner of Bay mid Barnard Sts.,
ARE IN RECEIPT OB’
60 barrels Sell-raising Fiour
*2O barrels Extra Syrup
20 barrels Cider Vinegar
50 caddies Golden Magnet Tobacco *
60 barrels Sugar Crurkers
20 barrels Boston do
20 boxes pure ground Java Coffee
20 do do Rio do
20 bbla Extra C Sugar
60 boxes Lemon Biscuit
dG-uot 1 1 w
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.—Sixty days after
. date, I will make &lplication to the Honorable
Court of Ordaiy of Chatham county for leave to sell
all the real estate of Pawl E. Glatigny, deceased, for
the beuetiaol his heirs and creditors.
• LOUIS GRENVALI), Adm’r.
Savannah, Dec. G, IS 15. ■* d6-law2m
To Close Consignment,
IXTE offer tor rale, at very low rates:
v V 64 boxes Adamantine Candlea
10 firkins extra Goshen Butter
20 casks City Smoked Bacon Shoulder*
2000 bushels superior White Corn
Pickles, ill glass
Cream of Tartar
ICO l arrels Green Apples
RUE, WHITNEY & CO.*
d6-3 No, 4 Harris Building* bay street.
STATE OF GEORGIA—CHATHAM COUNTY—To
all whom it may concern:
Whereas, liatn .M. Briody will apply at. the Court
of Ordinary for Let ers of Administration on lhe es
tate of Thomas Briody, late of said county, de
These are, therefore, to cite aud admonish all whom
it may concern, to be and appear before said Court to
make objection (if any they have} on or belore the
•second Monday in January next, otherwise said let
ters will be granted.
Witness my hand and official signature this 4th day
of December, ISU6
d6 I). A. O*BYRNE, O C.G.
WE ore now offering very cheap a lot of
300 English Dairy Cheese
100 kegs choice Goshen Butter
60 firkins do do
160 tubs extra choice do
100 tubs prime Leaf Lard
RANDELL A CO,,
Southwest corner Bay and Barnard streets,
dfl- c. ul
i|(R. M. COBURN informs Ids friends and patron*
Urn. that lie has returned lo the city, and 1* P re '
pared to Tunc aud Repulr I’IANON iu me b*»t man *
orders left nt the gtoro ofU. B t Boganlns, near
tlieOiurt llousc, w ill receive prompt atteuuou.
Apples, Onions aud Potatoes.
— r,mv, “ of war
~,' ~,ir Llnvoln uinl Ynrv -i«., Suv
. ..piii ffN fr»m In •■"••I "• iny "Ifluc, nu Uiy »in’«l.
n Inal Finin' •vSHbigi • il»i» pH y MA UK |*« »N Y.
w«b ioiiu HiaiHi anrt in'l, wlili wnlilli. uint iiridiu. I
will war l<*• ">> duffai* fur lliv Puuy, Ui fill) it»tkn.
tor |M Pkuy »ml ihu f
.14 W It FI.KMIND
I »1< Ml» 111 1 UH Up H«VlHU*l|Hlvtn • M ul f wlimi
I kt.ilxll ml. I’ I’mliv* luluwlwl will ij-hm
t.rwsi’l khl.ii* un. kn»h tioui S.i«, pttm B»u|W> f
•UJ nay • utk. «wt.» U *lh ka a" l ’ a* »'•*Hun
lu Uw Li,k»UMs4M apply *4 lk»l »Nl*al Prew*
y)414 M MMMMMrtM
FOR SALE LOW,
To Clowe Consignment
40 barrels Hour w
2 Carrel* Mackerel
* 60 Idts Mackerel
20 boxes t h
10 boxes 4 kindle*
‘2O boxes Hi j ring
10 barrels Pork
10 barrels Brown Sugar
10 barrels Crushed Sugar
10 boxes Rio aud Java Coffee, ground
lo boxes Mustard
4 boxes Codfish
O. H ARLEDGB
<ls-lw 72 Bay at., foot of Abercorn.
Groperies, &c 7
fIYV BARRFLS Crushed A, B and C SuKar*
’I" -U Ixntes White Cuba Sugar
20 bags Java and HI) Coffee
li) barrels edmice Syrup .
88 barrels Pilot and Navy Bread
30 barrels choice Family* Bdour
10 packages assorted Crackers
60 boxes Family, Pale and No. 1 Soap
2o boxes Sperm and Adamantine Caadles
20 cases assorted P rides
Hi cases ifngli-h do
10cases Worcestershire, Chutney and other
6 cases best Sweet Oil
50 whole, half, aud quarter boxes Raisins
26 drums New Figs
10 cases Pumas, Maccaroni, Vermicelli
For sale by
dt-eod2w CL.AI.HORN & CUNNINGHAM
THE film of Paterson £ Tucker was dissolved bv
mutual consentou December Ist, ]Bns ’
JAMES T. PATERsON
J. 8. TUCKER
All btisiuess of the firm will be settled by James T
Having purchased the entire iuterest of I. s Tucker
in the lumber, shipping and commission business it
will be conducted os heretofore, by
JAMES T. PATERSON,
No. 0 Stoddard’s Lower Range, opposite the
j (15-1 o' Mariners’Lhorch.
Strayed or Stolen,
V—Ou Sund y afternoon, an English Grey-
TyCSS.tionnd, wth a small while .pot ou the
aupawaSacheet. It is a maltise color, or the color
on mouse. A liberal reward 'will be |>ild for infor
mation concerning Ihe übovu d6g, or by leaving it at
this office. - v. BROWN.
ALL cldim* against the British bark THOMAS
WHITNEY must be presented by 12 o'clock
iu. on,the Oth instant, otherwise payment will be de
ba»red. BELL, WYLLY & CHRISTIAN,
9 \ Cases 1 lb. Cumusters Hazard’s li. R: Powder.
l'» do >* lb. do do do
3u<> Bags Assorted Drop and Buck Shot .
For sale by
HILTON & RANDELL
193 Bay Street.
FLORIDA ORANGES AND
TWENTY boxes very superior Florida Oranges;
6 bids, choice Florida Svrup:
Received per steamer Lizzie B iker and for sale by
d5-2 CLACiIIOKN A UITXMNOHAM.
FIVE Heavy U. S. Government Wagons for sale.
suitable for hauling timber or for heavy team
ill?. Apply ro
ROBERTS A LEWIS.
ilecS-3 lliiton Head, 8. C.
THE firm of Laßochc, Laden A Unckles was dis
solved ou the Ist inst. by Hie withdrawal of
Isaac D. Lu Roche. The business will be continued
under the name of Guden «fc Ulickics, at the old
stand, corner Bay and Barnard streets, J. D. Laßoche
retaining au office w ith us for the present.
isaac and. Laroche,
benjamin g. uadmn,
DAVID 8. UNCKLES-
Savannah, Doc. 1, isos. d4
•J BBLS Edward’., Washington white sugar cured
O lliiuis; 3 dodo do bagged Hams;
3 hhds Shoulder*; 3 do llama;
Flour of various qualities;
Electric Soap in boxes and half boxes;
Cheap to close consignments.
KENNETH, McLEA A CO,
J do-2* 202 Bay street.^
LINVILLE & GLEASON.
MERRITT, WALCOTT fit CO.,
64 Conrtlandt Street, New York.
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KTNDB OF
BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERS
Briflp, Car, Shin or Band Hool.i
SETT SCREWS, COACH OB LAC SCREWS.
Hot and Cold Pressed Nuts,
ROUND AND SQUARE WASHERS,
fwriibuekles, Bolt Ends, Tapa
and Dies, Ato.
ALSO DEALERS IN
LOCOMOTIVES, CARS, HAILS, CHAIRS,
SPIKES,TIRES, AXLES; CAR TRIM
MINGS of every description, and
- article used in constructing
or operating Railroads.
COAL OIL. TALLOW, WASTE FELTING, HEMP.
AND RUBBER PACKING ; LAMPS, PAINTS,
VARNISII, : ENGINEERS’ TOOLS,
of every description; CHIPPING
AND RIVETING HAMMERS,
WIRE, INSULATORS. BATTERIES, IN
STRUMENTS, ACIDS, SULPHATE
Alm> MMiiHitotureni of M»e
BEST OAK TANKED BELTING
STEAM ENGINES. BTAfI<»N-
AltV. AND PORTABLE
„ SAWS,**. „
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