(rontnmdfroM Fint Pap* )
been directed by the Prwidentof the United
Sutes to continue to act aa Proriaional Gov
ernor o( (teorgia until relieved and my sue
eesaor is recoir tuzed by the Government.
Your obedient servant,
ProT. Gov. of Georgia.
I do not communicate this official note to
the General Assembly in any qucrelous or
complaining spirit. Far from it, as will be
seen in the sequel. I refer to it solely for
the purpose ot enabling them to see clearly,
(as I think they must!) that the controlling
authority, which we all acknowledge, makes
at this time a marked discrimination between
them and myself, or rather between the Le
gislative and Executive Departments of
the State Government, now in process
of re-organization. 1 should deeply deplore
it, were 1 certified that this discrimination
originated iu any personal objection to me.
Mv ouly consolation then would be that I bad
pot sought the positiou aud I should hasten
to relieve my consitueuts, by declining to oc
cupy it. But this is not a necessary infer
ence. There are indications that some ac
tion of the Legislative Department was
deemed necessary, as preliminary to the com
plete restoration of our State Government
aud our Federal relations. Hence, perhaps,
the permitted organization of that branch,
whilst, for the purpose of keeping obeyance
such restoration, the authorities of the
United States postpone the re-establishment
of the Executive branch. As conformatory
of this view, the concluding words of the
communication above, seem to indicate a
possible future recognition of the Goverpor
elect. In a matter of public concern, I would
be contemptibly weak, if I found in all this
any personal grief. But the question pre
sented itself in view of the palpable discrimi
nation between the two departments to
which I have tdveried, whether I can, with
propriety, ask the General Assembly to in
augurate me into the Executive office, until
I shall have been "recoynized by the Govern
ment," whose authority is paramount. My
opinion is that I cannot. Such a request on
my part aud a compliance with it on their s
would be considered a defiant action. It
could scarcely be reconciled with a respect
ful acquiescence in the declared purpose of
the controlling power. Such acquiescence
(so far as duty to my constituents may per
mit) is the line up«n which I am resolved
to move, and I am happy to see the General
Assembly pursuing tbe Bamc course. It may
be that their prompt compliance already ac
corded to two emphatic recommendations of
the Provisional Governor, will enable tbe
authorities of the United States to discern
more fully and more accurately the true
spirit of our people.
To say that we must pursue the course in
dicated by the President because we are
powerless, does uot disclose the whole
case. The Congress of the United
States not having been in session since the
cessation of hostilities until the present week,
the whole burthen of pacification aud re
storation has been upon tbo President. Un
der his auspices and under his direction all
advnnces to that end have been made. Dur
ing their progress he has spoken many words
of kindness and encouragement. He surveys
the whole field of which we have but a par
tial view. Difficulties of which we dreatn uot
embarasß him. Confidence after cstrange
meut, is of slow growth, and the element es
sential to its full development, is mutuality
—unless prepared to accord it, we have no
reasonable ground to expect it. If we be
patient, if we be trustful we may also be
Furthermore, situated as we are, ray in
auguration without recognition by the Gov
ernment of the United States, would be both
barren of results, and in itself of question
able propriety—barren of results, because if
inaugurated to-day, I could do no official
act —of questionable propriety, because the
oath of official office, which is the escenee of
the inaugural ceremouy,' biuds the officer
from the moment it is taken, to the dis
charge of his duties, as well on that day as
on the last of the term, or any intervening
one. Where then would be the propriety of
taking such an oath with the lull knowledge
that the service to which it binds the affiant,
is indefinitely postponed ? I feel less hesi-
tation iu adopting the course I propose, be
cause it will not only, as already known, oc
casion no detriment to the public service,
but will subject the members of the General
Assembly to personal inconvenience. I have
supposed that even iu the event of the entire
organization of our government at
tins time, it would be impossible for
them to conclude their arduous labors
before the occurrence of the Christmas Holi
days, and that the circumstances of the coun
try will render it desirable to each and all of
them to be at home during that time and in
the early days of January. Hence I con
cluded that iu the present delective orgaui
zation of the State Government, and iu the
hope of a decided improvement in our status
within a month or six weeks, it will probably
be their pleasure to take a recess until some
day about the middle of January next. By
the 50th section of the Code, it is provided
that the inauguration shall take place during
the first week of the session unless “ pre
vented by Providential cause." Such pre
vention 1 regard as now existing, I therefore
designate the 16th of January next as the
day on which I will meet the Senate and
House of Representatives, in joint session,
lor that purpose, provided, that at that time
the Government of the United States shall
have signified a willingness to recognise me
as the Governor of Georgia. I but designate
a day in conformity with usage. If before a
recess, such recognition be accorded, or if
for any other reason, not contravening the
policy of the Government of the United
Slates, the General Assembly think proper
to designate a different day, I will most
cheerfully accept their appointment.
Be pleased, gentlemen to carry to the
General Assembly, and to accept for your
selves the most respectful consideration ot
Your obedient servant,
Charles J. Jenkins.
BV .IAMBS JOHNSON, PKOrIaIONAI. IIOVBBNOK
Exbcotive Office, )
Mii.lidgevii.le, Dec. 4, 1865. f
Whereas, an election ordered and directed
hy the Convention to be holden for seven
members to represent the State of Georgia
lu the House ot Representatives of tbe Con
gress ot the United States, for two yean from
the 4th of March, A. D. 1866, was so held on
the 15th of November, A. D. 1865. Now,
therefore, I, James Johnson, Provisional
Governor, having counted the votes, by the
lo lll ‘ 9 office, do declare, that
, “ ot > . Solomon Cohen received the largest
e 'o n Sre B “ona lDistrict; llou.
Phthp Cook m t6e Second; Hon. Hugh Bu
chanan m the Third- 1t,.,, v i ■ •“
the Fourth; Hon J n M Cab, ? eM , I lu
Filth- Hon lu(t • Mathews in tbe
lion W T w, m lbe Sixth, and
Do certificates will I* lstU(!( j l CBtnt ad ' latt1 ’
Given under my hand aud Seal of the Ft
ecuttve Department the dav and J ...
L. H Bhis«ok, Secretary
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(Prom our own corre*ppndent.J
New Yoke, Dec. fi,lM6-2K p. M.
Ashes.—The market i* fairly active, and is better.
Salt a at slo oOalO 76 for i*>U, and sll 60 for pcail*.
Flour, £< —The market for Western and Mao-
Flour is lev.-* active, and with unfavorable news inun
Earnpe. a decline m exchange and more liberal h.*ld
er* of i»»«r and medium grades ha\e i*h*h compelled
to submit to a concession of fully 6*loc per bbi. * <*•'
r*ale-* are 7,M)0 bbls at $7 20.i7 5o for superfine Stan-;
$7 &5aH 26 for extra State; lioa* &o lor fancy state
$7 90a 8 26 for the low grade* oi Western extra: # H 6«
aS 90 for shipping Ohio; s'aalO for trade brand*, and
$12*16 for St Louis extra*.
Buckwheat Flour is dull and heavy at $4 6<*a4 .6
per 100 li*. t
Canadian Flour is dull and 10c lower. Sales <d WO
bbls at sB*B 20 for the low grade* of extra, and f* do
all 50 for trade and family extras.
Southern Flour Is a little nine active but easier.
Sales of 1,040 bills at JSSiaSHI for "lixeiltii gins I
Superfine Country Baltimore, Av., amt $9 a,iai» iu
for Trade anU Family brands.
Rye Flour is dull and Heavy. Sales of 100 bbls at
Meal ts heavy but unchanged. Sales of 200
bbls at *4 25 for Jersev. and $4 60 lor Brandywine.
Wiiisckv —The market is steady with a moderate
Inanity Sales lb* bW» at *2 3*.t2 35 for Western.
Bcttbb - There has tieen a fair demand lor con
sumption hut nothing for export. The stock is large
and accumulatitu'. The maket closes steady, at -28a
;sc for Ohio aud Western, the latter rate for choice.
VBA36C for Western Reserve, 40a4S for State Hi kms,
45u50c for do q firkin tubs, 40s4s for do. Welsh
mbs and 50.160 tor Orange County pail.
Cheese The demand continues fair at former
figures. Wc quote factory at laal'.»;,c; State daires
IT Sal sc; choice do. is)jal«c; English dairy 22a27c,
and pineapple Oil4oc.
Cotton.—'The market has, during the past two or
three days, been very dull, with a downward ten
dency; the principal sales being to supply the imme
diate wants of manufacturers, and a few lots taken
fur shipaaout. To-day there ts moiling doing as yd,
and the market closed unsettled and somewhat mom
mil at 45u46c for low middlings, and 49:i50c tor mid
dling. Sales for three days 7000 bales. Receipts
same time, *25,091 bales.
Pbovisioss.—The Fork market lias been fairly
active but prices continue irregular. At the close
there is some firmness at our extreme figure. Sales
for future delivery of new mess, (1905-6) January
delivery at $27 »0, sellers option. The sales, casti
and regular, are 10,000 bbls, at $27 75 a 28 60 for
Mess ; s‘2s 76 a26 00 for Western Prime Mess, tiie
latter for job lots.
Beep—fit dull and somewhat heavy. Sales at
sl2 00 a 14 60 tor old plain Mess ; sl7 00 a 20 00 for
new do ; sl4 60 a 16 76 toroid extra do, and s2‘2 no a
26 00 for new do.
Tikkce Beep is dull at $36 00 a 37 00 for W estern
do ; $44~00 for ludlaMess ; *5300 a 65 00 tor In
Beep Hams are dull and heavy. Sales at $35 00 a
38 00 for Western.
Cut Meats are entirely nominal.
Bacon la dull and kiwerowlng to the unfavorable
advices from Europe. The last sales were short
ribbed, January delivery, at 14qc.
Dkkssed Itoas are dull aud heavy. We quote at
15*i a 1614 for City.
I.ARD is la l,q cents lower ami closes heavy.—
Sales at 19 a ‘2O lor City and Western.
Tallow.—The market is quiet and prices easier,
closing at IS 1 , a 13S.C for Western, and 13. V a 14c
Groceries.—All the articles coming under this
head are almost entirely devoid of animation, the
business having become reduced to small jobbing
lots, just sufficient to supply the immediate wants of
the trade. One cargo only of Rio Coffee lias been
taken on speculation, and several small parts of car
goes sold to w holesale dealers, but holders remain
firm, notwithstanding the dullness. We quote at 18a
21c net cash, gold, duty paid, for ordinary to prime.
West India styles of coffee are neglected. Hindi the
large movement in Molasses, noticed In our last, the
business has been light, and wc hear of only a few
small lots at 60a62c ior Cuba Muscovado, 86a95c for
Porto Rico, 05c for Barbadoes, and 37a40c for Cuba
clayed. A small sale of new crop New Orleans lias
1 1 ecu made|nt $1 60 per gallon. Rice is steady at 13a
14c for Carolina, and ‘JXalotor Rangoon. Raw-
Sugars remain dull and heavy, and prices are still
nominal at 13a13.5c for fair to good refining. Rc
finod Sugars are quiet, but remain pretty steady at
I9al9>ic for powdered granulated aud crushed.
Grain.—Tiie wheat market is easier and unsettled.
The Imslness Is moderate. The unfavorable news
from Europe aud the decline 111 exchange gives the
advantage to the buyer. Prime grades are not free
ly ottered. The sales are 26,000 bushels, at51,65a1,76
for Chicago Spring ; $1,77 for Amber Club • $2,40 for
Red State ; $1.70 tor UDsound White Michigan.
hath are more plenty unit prices have declined.
The sales are 60,000 bushels uusouud, ai 46a61c;
State at 60a61c; Jersey aud Southern at 55a67c.
Corn is easier and closes dull. Tire sales are 7000
bushels unsoml, at 86 a 94c; Western Mixed at 94 1,
a95Xc; do Yellow Jersey at 90c; new Southern Yel
low at 92c.
Gold.—Tiie market opened tills moring at 148
and lias gradually declined, ami closed <ll about
147 v 4.
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Wba' mat sotin almost incredible is, that many dis
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sent day. . . . ...
During the past five yenrs wc have contended with
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RAPIDITY OF OUttE.
Some *ay, "Your cure* are too quick," while others
doubt th* ir permanence, and think that disease* can
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N This ib our reply: In health, tbe l»ody, like a well
balanced scale, is in a state of equilibrium Bur when,
iroin any cause, and >wn goes one side of the scale, we
! have the effect* of disease. What is requisite, la tJ re
store the normal balance of the-scale.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
I* a positive and specific remedy for all diseases origi
n iting from an impure state of the Blood, and for all
disease* transmitted from parent to child
It it* so universally admitted that Constitution Life
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various form* of Paralysis, that we need not reiterate
that it i* emphatically the Great-Lifc-giviug Power.
Indigestion, Weight at Stomach, Flatulence, Live
Complaint. w »nt ot Ap|*etite, Bad Bieatb,
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Ulceration, Salt Rheum.
Thi* taint (hereditary and acquired), filling life with
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CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP.
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making them a disgusting object to themselves and
FOR ALL FORMS OF ULCERATIVE
Either of the Nose, Throat, Tongue, Spine, Forehead,
or Scalp, no remedy has ever proved it* equal.
Moth Patches upon the female face, depending upon
a diseased action of the Liver, are very unpleasant to
the young wife and mother. A few bottle* of Consti
tution Life Syrup will correct the secretion and remove
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Diseases of the Liver, giving rise to Languor, Dizzi
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Are liable to the same disease*. Nature and science
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Produces healthy men andwomeu; and if the consti
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CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Is the poor man's friend, anil the rich man’s bit wing.
, WILLIAM H. GREGG, M. D.,
Sole Proprietor, New York.
MORGAN * ALLEN,
Wholesale Druggists, Agents,
n22-3m 40 Cliff street, Now York.
T XX 33
Singer Sewing Machines.
Principal Office for the State of Georgia,
118 IJROH.HTOV STREET,
H. D. HAWLEY, General Agent.
A large assortment for sale at New York pricee.
Sewing Machines of ail kind* repaired at short
Stitching neatly done. nil
Htat« o.iicl County TnxCol
THK Subscriber is a Candidate for re-election, and
respectfully asks the suffrage of the citizens of
obtßo SKABOKN GOODALL.
IRKSPBCTFULLY invite the patronage of my old
friend* and visitors to the ciiy 1 h »ve Six Good
billiard Table*, including two of Phelan'* make, with
the best Bads Cues. Bridge*, Mace*, Ac., procurable.
My room* are*commodious, and I endeavor to employ
only competent attendants. My Baris supplied wiih
a good assortment cf Ales, Wines, Liquor*. Cigar*, &c.
n2G-tf WALTER O'MEARA.
JOHN H. DEPPIS H,
Cutlery, Flips. KtlgP Tools,
And Agricultural Implements.
Also, SHOIV POWDER, LEAD and CAPS.
148 Congress ami 07 St. Julian streeU,
Corner Hull ami Congee** Street*, under
IMPORTER and Wholesale Dealer In Havana 8c
gar*, Leaf and Smoking Tobacco, Also, all kind*
of Virginia Chewing and Smoking Tolwcco. Mer
schaurn, liner Hoot, and all other kind* of Fancy
E- H. VAN NESS & C'o.,
GROCERS, SHIP CHANDLERS
UNDER THE BLUFF, CORNER ARK WORN BT,
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• • la
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F. M. MYRELL,
STEAM BOAT AGENT,
GESRRAIi rOKfMISMOV AND FOit-
BAY BTREET, SAVANNAH, OA.
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! Befer* In «les*Mr« lltif ler X Gamniell, l*r«ne. John
«*on rV Grftvhill • Jiell. W\llv & * l»ii**tmn : Hothwell X
Whitehead; Mill. r. Th<*»ma* X Cos.; M A. Cohen,
Wm. 11. i'IHON. W*. W. (iOkHON
Tison & Gordon.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
No. fMi BAY STREKT,
Savannah, ------- Gbouuia.,
Special attention will l>e given to the hale ol Lumber,
Ro*in, Turpentine, A.,
M. SOKKKL- A. O. SOURki.
HIPPING, Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
62 Bay street. Savannah, Ga.
References: Messrs. 11. K. Coming, Son & Cos, N.
Y.; Messrs. Peter V. King A Cos.. N. V.; Messrs. Fish
er, Brother* A Cos., Baltimore.; Mo**rs. S. A W. Welsh,
Philadelphia; National Bank, S.ivaniinh, Ga ; Francis
Sorrel, Esq , Sav innah. Ga.;Chas. Green, Esq., Savan
nah, Ga.; T. R. Bloom, Esq., Macon, Ga.
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J.F G'dmminus, | new Vorß
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FORMERLY OF ALEXANDRIA, VA.,
(om miss ion Me re li ant s.
Impuriers of Railroad Iron and Dealers iu
Office, 70 Broadway,
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(Formerly of Atlanta, Ga.)
GROCUR k fIOMMmiOS
292 BROAD STREET,
N. B.—Particular attention given to receiving aud
forwarding Produce and Merchandise.
Refers to A, Wilbur. Hunter & Gunimell, Crane,
Johnson & Gray bill, and John R. Wider, Savumiali,
Georgia. do-taw lm
A. S. Hartridge,
COMMISSION AND FORIVARDJNO
92 BAY STREET,
COMM Iss IOJN MER CII A NT,
196 SAY SXXUUST,
SCRANTON. SMITH & CO7,
Grocers and Coinmissiou Mcrciiauts,
WOULD be happy to see the former pationsand
friends, and Hie public generally, at their *tore
at the head of Buy street, opposite Jefferson, where
they will bo at all times buppy to solve them.
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No. 80 IS road Stmt, New York,
Produce aud Flour Commission
Dealers iu Provision*, Butter, Cheese, Ac,
Special *Ueniion to Southern Orders
Consignments on Gen< rul Merchandise solicited.
TO SHIPPERS OF COTTON AND OTHER
FENNER, UENNETT & BOWMAN,
Succi'tßors to Uotchkias, Fenner £ Bonnett.
No. 40 VI«V StUKET, i.FW Yuhfc.
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Jan vs Slade, Esq., New Y'ork.
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Liberal advances made on Consignments, Sheetings,
Oenaburgs and \ T arn*. jyis
JDIIV n. sunns & t 0.7
Forwarding aiul Commission
MERCI IN TK
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c.,
NO*. 1 AND 2 SAMMIS’ BLOCK,
Hay Street, Jacksonrille, Florida.
JNO. B. SAMMIB. ED. G. *A MM 18. OHA*. L. MATHER
aul 1 ts
MACKY, BEATTIE & CO.
SHIPPING AND GENERAL
203 aud 205 Bay Street. %
OFPKtt tor sale to Wboleanle Merchanu upwards of
four hundr.-d (4ihi) barrels ol Whiskey, we*tom
uisiillattoii, of various brand* and qinliiie*, together
with a large amount «if Irish and ScoUlt Malt Whl*
Brandy, Wim s, and (,i U s, af Philud*lphiu or New
York price*, oxpmaes added, or we will fill all order*
mtbo above named cities, at the lowest market prices,
delivered on board anv boat* of the regular lines.
. wlt, ‘ t** »h»*uld be pleseetl
to fill all order# of Coumiy I'roduoe from Plnladel
Flour, Bacon, Grain,
Lard, Lime, Nall, Ac., a large uuMiJlity of whieli
able termh 1 u^cr lir »alo tiie iuonl reason
1,1 "l 1 ,| W ,, » to liiuki' a,lvan, ■* uh
rnM>u» ouuihguMj iu „ur lunim Iu Pfiilwkl-
MACKY A BEATTIE,
. ih Sunlit " »i, r ,irwt.
W|,2» JUI to ut find 1956 M.1k.l >h> (
BRYAN. HARTRIDGE A CO..
o*.4«SrM.*, ■»»» 1» M.», u.»|. «.u |'i AN..M 1
Broker «ud Oommissroa Aguotu
fim .4 It 6.1, n'InVHH Ol
NTOU** IIANK None*, PltODUrg At,.,
Au 4 tm lmmudn.o thiUu*,
CORNER OF 1
BAY AND LINCOLN STS.,
O’FALLON & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission
M KItCHAN TH,
RESPECTFULLY invite attention to our facilitie*
for the pureha*e or movement of Southern
Products, and will give prompt attention to nil busi
ness entrusted to c*nr care. Intending to establish
permanently a House in Savanimh expert by strict
busiriee* principles 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 iu New York or Europe, and will make ad
vances ou same ; picking, re-baling or mending All
Cotton before shipping, thereby saving the enormous
expense incurred in Northern cities by thi* 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,
_ Poet Office Address. Lock Rot 25. oct7-3ra
SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
X. A. 3\r D.
Collection and Commission Agency,
handle Southern land and property of all descriptions.
Parties wishing to im-II are invited to forward lists.—
Numerous applications now ou file from purties wish
ing to purchase.
Make collection* on all parts of ths country.
Pay esiiecial attention to the sale and disposal of
Southern products, and make advances on direct
MATTHEW H BRIDGE, Manager,
No. 9 Broad st., New York.
REPKUKNOEH UY I‘kKMISSION :
Hon. Benjamin Fitzpatrick. Ex-Governor of Alabama.
P. Harmon >, Nephews ,& Cos., Bankers, 3S Broadway.
Messrs. 11. B. CK.fiu Jk Cos , Importers, New Y'ork.
A. W. Grceiileal, Ksq.. Banker, N. Y F . nb-3m
Annum K BmnivtJ n Y . CuAS.fi. finpm,
Jas. C. Van Pelt, f New lo,k Raleigh, N.C.
Bennett, Van Pelt & Cos.,
FOB THE SALE OK
COTTON TOBACCO, NAVAL STORES, ETC.,
FOR tiie purchase and sale of state and
33 "Whitehall St., New York.
Wc hare associated with us Mr. D. W. Cdbtib, late
Public Treasurer lor North Curoliua. u9-6m
JOHN L 7 VILLALONGA7
FOUWAItOIYG AND COMMISSION MEK
No. 94 Bay Street,
G. H. Arledge,
72 BAY STREET,
Grocer and Ship Chandler,
Commission and Forwarding Mer
I WOULD respectfully solicit a liberal share of pa
trouage from my friends and acquaintance*, guar
anteeing to give entire satisfaction and sell |t the
lowest market prices.
Order* from the country will receive immediate und
Renkv L. Jkwstt. Jamsm I. Snii,vr.
.Jewett Sc- Snider,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND
Second Street, Macon, Georgia,
(Between Cherry and Poplar.)
Prompt personal attention given to all consign
ments of cottop, produce, manufactures and other
article* of merchandise. Orders and consignments
solicited from all parts of the country. Best attention
given to order* lot purchasing cot?on.
Agents for scverul first class Insurance Companies.
W. J. Blaih A. J. Smith. W W. Keen.
BLAIR, SMITH & CO.,
No. 293 BROAD STREET,
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF MANU
FAC TURED TOBACCO.
Will purchase aud sell on commission, cotton,
cotton go’ds, wines, liquors, segars, and produce and
merchandise ot every description.
KKyjßfcNois. Brigham, Baldwin & Cos.. Win H.
Stark, UJaghotu A Cunningham. Br«uy, smith A Cos.,
Savannah, Ga. d7-‘Jm'*
G. B. & g 7 W. LAM AH,
General Commission Merchants.
Forwarding and Skipping Ageing,
NO. 954 BAY sTREfiI, (upstairs.)
Refer to Geo. W. Anderson, Jno C. Ferre! und G. B.
Lamar, Savannah; W. K Jackson. Josiah Sibley &
Sons, J. B. AJ. W. Walker, Augusta. Consignment*
J. W. RABUN,
(Late Rabun A Smith,
Cotton Factor and Commission
No. 140 BAY STREET,
First store Weet of the Exchange,
■H iiu SAVANNAH. OtBNOIA.
W. J. HI.AIK A. J. SMITH. W. *.V. KU*.
BLAIR, SMITH & CO.,
No. a9B Broad Street,
General Commission Merchants,
And Agents for the Sale of
Will Purchase and Sell, ou Commission, Cotton.
Cotton Goods, Wines, Liquois, Produce aud Men ban
dise of every and« script ion.
Consignment* solicited. 2m nl4
LIVINGSTON, FOX & CO.,
14 1 1$ roud wu y,
A|t«iiiu Ailauiic 4:ou<»i null *i«*kiii-
Advance, innil r on 4 v ) o«tsllniHiU by
JNO. It. WILDKU,
<>H '26 sin Ns van n*h.
K H L.iakof. Omi V Mmuisu,
laU li * I N L»thr»|>, lotto Ju, I Hnnl.i A Cu
Huv.Up.ll U. U««4IIU«b, lUld
Nlitfi A bidder, < 'oluiubiia
E.S LATHROP it CO.,
U K N R II A L
.< $ •, i mint i Md.ui.fi ts.•«,
MNV2NB m , ONN I*mi* PMdn rUNHMr,
* RAILROADS. • *
SM »4i' \J W Wto.«
SI’I'ERINTENDENT-s OFFICE, \
Biivuniurli. <4a., Sov. Is. 1 -6|
ON and after Wedi., H Uv. 22d in«t , a daily
train will lean; * tor Augusta at s :«• a.
ui.. r,,unH*tlng with a line of Hacks rumen.- lietween
sution 6, l entrat Railroad, and Waynesboro ou llie
Augusta and Savannah Railroad.
Faaeenjrers !>y tbie line will arrive in AnsinMa the
next morning after leaving Savannah in time to
connect with the Georgia Railroad train for Atlanta
Returning arrive in Bat annul; at 3.45 j, ni
Freight to go by Passenger Train must be prepaid
and delivered halt hour before depaitnre of train
By order of
OEO. W. ADAthb,
ti‘2o General .Superinlendei.t
m:F. ; •*
■JOn JfitA#. it. .if W tju
SU PE K 1 NT UN DENT'S OKIIt.'E, 1
Savannah, Nov. lath, lsG5. /
This Company is now. In connection with II J.
Dickcreou St Co.'s W agons, prepared to receive and
forward to Augn*ia Macon, Atlanta Ac., daily from
twenty to thirty ihonsa and of Freigut, aud go
through in from three t.» five days.
Jship Freight and other expenses must be paid by
Shippeis Railroad freight ean b< paid here or at de*-
Freight on farishablr goods inu*t Ive prepaid.
Rule* lo Augusta, until further notice, will be per
foot 50 cent*, per lUO llm. $2.50
GEO. W. ADAMS,
n2P General Superintendent.
Attorney at Uaw,
OEFICE NO. 113 BAY STREET,
(Over the Herald Reading Room,)
octU-tf SAVANNAn, Ga.
DR. T. J. CHARLTON
HAS RESUMED THE PRACTICE OF
Medicine and Surgery.
Residence and Office corner Whitaker and Perry
U<»W KLI. 001(11. JAM Kh JAUKbON.
COBB & JACKSON,
torneys-at'L :x v s\ r ,
n29-3m MACON, OEORGIA.
HAYWOOD & LaROCHE.
Office at the Icc House, Market Square.
OAK, Pine and Mixed Wood kept constantly on
hand and delivered to orders at the shortest
LAROCHE Sc JOHNSON,
■2OO BAY STREET,
1 A BBLS No. 1 Mackerel
1 ” lo bbls No. 2 Mackerel
10 bbls No. Mackerel
25hulfhhl* No. 1 Mackerel
26 half bbls No. it Mackerel
150 kits No. 2 Mackerel
150 kits No. 2 Mackerel
• 4»tub* Choice Lard
12. tub* Choice Butter
4 firkin* Choice Butter.
The above lot are fresh aud new, ami will be offered
low% to close consignment.
CHAS. L COLBY & CO.,
nov23 Corner Abercom and Bay streets.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Nos. 87 AND 89 BOWERY
AND 65 CHRISTY STREET, N. Y.
DE6KAAF <<i TAYLOR
Have the largest variety of
AND LIBRARY FURNITURE,
to be found in this city, and at the lowest prices.
MATTRASSKS AND SPRING BEDS
FROM $5 TO $7.
EXTRA WIDE CANOPY BEDSTEADS
FOR THE SOUTHERN TRADE.
Great Gift Sale
NEW YORK AND PROVIDENCE
Depot, 197' Broadway.
AN immense stock of Piauo*, Watches, Jewelry.
and Fancy Goods, all to be sold for One Dollar
each, without regard to value, and not to be paid for
till you *ee what you will receive.
Certificate*, naming each article and it* value, are
placed in sealed envelope* and well mixed, tin* ol*
these envelope* will be sent by mail to any address on
receipt ol 25 cent* ; live for $1; eleven for $2; thirty
for $6 ; sixty five for $10; and one hundred for sls.
On receipt of the Certificate you will see what yon
are going to have, and then it i* at your option to pay
the dollar and take he article or not. Purchaser*
may time obtain a Gold Watch, Diamond King, a
Piano, Sewing Machine, or any *et of Jewelry on our
list, for $1; and in no cast; can they get less than One
Dollar*' worth, as there are no blank*.
Agents are wanted in t very town in the country ;
every person can make $lO a day, selling our Certifi
cate* in the greatest sale of Jewelry ever known.
Send 25c. for a Certificate, which will inform yon
what you cau obtain for sl. At the same time get
our circular, containing full list and particular*, also
Term* to Agent*.
JAMES HUTCHINSON A CO.,
nl6-2m lb 7 Broadway, N. Y.
Family Dye Colors.
Patente«l October 13, ISR3.
Black Dark Green •
Black for Silk Light Greeu
Dark Bine Magenta
Light Blue Maize
French Blue Maroon
Claret Brown Orange
Dark Brown Pink
Light Brown Purple
Snuff Brow n Royal Purple
Dark Drab Slate
Light Drab Solferlno
Fawn Drab Violet
Light Fawn Drab Yellow.
For Dyeing Silk. Woolen and Mixed Good*, shawl*,
Scarf*, Dre**ea, Ribbon*, Glove*, Bonnet*,
Hal*. Feather*, Children'* Clothing,
and all kinds of Wearing AppunT
ar A SAVING OF 80 PER CENT. .«»
htrih n 'nto you cun color u. many qooil. au wouM
otbi rwi.c co.l flu' llnii'« Hint sura. Various .findca
can be produced from the same dye The aroeiw. i»
muil'le. and anyone can nee tllo Dyo wllb jn-rtert
.access. Direct tun, lo KnKll.li, f r ncti and Gorman,
lualde o( each pai kiqtc. _
IIUWK A HTKVKNH,
■Mi Broadway. Boaton.
For aale by druyKi.i. and dealers s.l0 .ally
Ei[H»rting and liii|Hirlinj;
COMP A N Y,
FI Ml IN *MM* isßoll I* pH pSfiid In lUl»k' kilUMmi ig
I tl tfivmy *4 Gobi wu**lgb#u*Ml* •>! I'oiiou,
Nssv*l MLoiu*. LuiwlM r, Si , b# Hid/ *g« id lu |s|v# r
aidlrlli *4 loi m**U fi oui nu irlisul*
U<|* Tla *4#U lam*l ulLitliou will Im i>«ol lo *ll wlih i*
himef<># small fOl /fnitt |L.|fii»n4. Ff*io*io»
U*rM»ab| feuvuijfodi *mi i b*iuwb>u
MbMtf s#lsUHh Ilf/ i I'U lot «MMB«U|f l-'llivt
M '“y‘V v.mml*. •
M « t. o
»<»►**. ili thJi mim.
New’ York Piano Fortes.
New Scale First-Class
Factory, 122, 124 5126 East 224 St.,
1» KJJPECTFDLLY announces that his N, w
XV Factory is now completed. f..lt\ oriranized. and Z
successful operation, by inesus or which be has ureal lv
increased his niamifactnriug facilities. Hewitt there
fore tje aide heucelorwurd to turn out 36 Pianos ne.
week, to supply orders promptly, without that iucon
sell lent delay to winch Dealers und Purchases have
been subjected, from the fact that lor more than twn
years past he has been community a hundred tustiu
n . ids behind orders. A toll assortment at all time,
may he found at his Manufactory and Waierooms in
New York City. Every instrument fully wan anted
Ketail Wsrerta.mß 743 Broadway. 3m-nl6 *
Boker’s 13 it ter
The Ohieut aud best reuowued.
I- . F V NKK,
66 Liberty Street,
sepli 3mo NEW YOKE
E i\G LIS II RAILS,
Os quality, per lineal yard.
For sale by
, * FOWLK A CO, •
iu*9 6m No. 70 Broadwtiy, N. V.
OFFICE OF PROVOST MARSH AL,)
District of Savannah, J-
Savannah, Ga., Oct. 31st, 1866. j
THE notice issue. 1 from the office of the Provost
Marshal, Sub-District of Qgeechee, dated Savan
nah, Auk. lltlt, 1865, ordering all Drinking or Bil
liard Saloons, Ac., where liquor are sold to be closed
at lo o’clock, P. M.. is hereby revoked.
By command of
Bvl. Maj. Gen. ,T.‘M. BHANNAN.
(Signed) CLARKE H. HBMICK,
Capt. anil Provost Marslial. novl
rirnt u iitKiioisit
WARRKN A PLATNKR, Wliolesale dealers in all
kinds of Writing, Printing and Wrapping Pa
lters, Envelopes, Twines and Paper Bags.
Also, Primers Inks, Cards and Card Boards.
Having superior facilities for prouuring Hoods di
rert from thp manufactories, we are enatded to com
pete with New York prices.
SOLE AGENTS IN TINS CITY
For the Bath Paper Mills.
Cash paid for Rags and all kinds of Paper Stock.
STEELE A fUJItBANK,
11 Merchants Row, Hilton llcati. So. Cn
CALL the attention of Wholesale and Retail pox
chaser* to their superior stock of
MILITARY AND NAVAL CLOTHING,
Watches, Clock*, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, aud Plated
W r are,Sword*, Sashes, Belt*. Embroideries,Boot*,Cap*
Field tflasses. Gauntlets Gloves. Ac.. Ac., Ac.
M. V. HENDERSON,
No. 237 South side Bay Street,
Two door* east of West Broad,
DEALER in Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Ac. ; also
in Buggy and Wagon Stuff and Trimmings.—
Any siylq ot Carriage or Buggy ordered from any ma
1 am also prepared to order out any class of horse*,
either for draft or road service. Special attention will
be given to fbe purchase of fine stock in northern
PER ship County of Pii toil, from Glasgow:
200 tons dartsherrie Pig Iron
250 ton* Coal
lo<M) hampers Potatoes
150 keg* Herring*
50 cases Preserved Salmon
20 case* Dried Finnan Haddock
Nor sale by
d6-tf CHARLES GREEN «fe SON.
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK.
m For aale by
*epls BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
In sum* to *uit purchaser*, by
*ep2R-tf F. F. METCALFE & CO
NO debt* contracted by any of the Crew of nrltish
bark Cr&esco will be paid l>y Captain or Consignee.
n!5 BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO
THE undersigned have formed a Cos partnership
uuder the name and style of Scranton, Smith A
Cos., for the transaction of a Wholesale Grocery and
Commission business in this city, at the head of Bay
street, opposite Jefferson.
D. T. SCRANTON,
Formerly Scranton A Johnston.
WM. H. SMITH,
Formerly Rabun & Smith.
J. L. LARGE.
Savannah, Nov. 14th, IMJS. im-nl6
WM. D. Harden,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
175 Bay street,
JN\ Wilson, Photographer, south-east, corner
• of Broughton and Whitaker street*, Savannah,
Ga. Copying done with the greatest care.
TO THE SHIPPERS OF G< >OT)S BY THE
STEAMER SAVANNAH ON THE 4tii
DAY OF NOVEMBER, 18fi. r ..
ALL person* who shipped Good* by the Steamer
vannah, on Ule above named day. are request**
call immediately at the Htor** of F. M. Myrell, *
II a iris' Buildings, Bay street, .and identify such good*
aa have been saved from the wreck of t he steamer
f. W. WOLCOTT,
n 2O A# 6lll
RRIFFINR & €O., Proprietors,
Warehouses. 58 & 60 Cortlaudt Street,
MA NUKACTI REItS OF AND DKALKItS IS
Pliiwh. Niik'ir Mills Ilay I'utter.,
11 arrow., Oil'll Mill., Bnu.ufiu CUM»r».
Cultivator,, t'ldisr Mill., Viq<iUiihl« UUUV
I'l.ttou Mwi*i‘|w, Fan Milk ll.iul Carla,
Hay i’ri Mii>, Haw Mill. Muim'aila,
Cuihm Pruxiw*, Corn Nli«ll«rm ox Cart,,
t Idur Pruamia, Sturn Ti uuk*. Farm WiMpm",
tJrnin I'railltM, U'hvi.llmrruwa llunto Fuw.rk ...
C'fiurua, Hiiiiui I'iiua, Thiofiliui JU l '"'
Ox Bow., Hfiuvula, I'ilium dill',
Ox Yiikwa, Huuit, , • Mnwnra A RMpk
W« ll Jlmki’to lliaw, Fiirfia, Or., Ac.
. Ifjltfi., ivyifie,
OanlfO, PIdM mm* Hii*tl«.
Huyl Hi||» r I'luaq fiab us Unto, ROBfi HaMilf,. •'«“
lie, Pl*»i*i ( fin-, . Ml |-
Mol< ifigi id* lor Glasgow rtrMtftW < '•»
•lid AiniuoidMii'd GtHMlii. and Pwaqffi***
Uint'i and ro*.rniMi*d Maldire
*»»■» A OV
•m ,Mi to .ml wi Cuuillaii'lt *l, Mr* >'•*
IxiitoNt IWoil Ku.Vjd!
•> N»W filTIjA'T IU Olfc Ollfl'lAjJ
U»TI* a lira ifi'i > .ui|i»H» l'i'l(UiM4 ttol|M
lia'.iiiui, hi, Ii luuu.il. aiul 1»454»-« ot lie
DO i idhy Mo 1/uHfV
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