THE SAVANNAH DAILY HERALD.
VOL. 1-NO. 282.
The Savannah Daily Herald
(MORNING AND EVENING*
in rOBUSHFI, HY
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At U 1 Bay Stkxkt, Sav am. ah, Omuu.
|V.r « opy Wve i 'tful*.
per Huudud $3 6».
Per Year.... - |lO <«*,
A D V k 11 f I H in O:
TVo Dollars per Square ot Ten Liuom for tlr<«t lii
portion; One Dollar for each subsequent one. *A<l
vertuTfuent® inserted in the morniny;, will, it denied,
appear in th«- evening without extra charge.
,1 Olt PHINTIN <j v
In every style, neat'y ami promptly atom*.
Ollii NEW YOKE LETTEU.
New York, Dec. 5.
has at last arrived, and its advent yesterday
was indeed a pleasant one, and it tin: bright
skies, genial sunshine and clear atmosphere
is an augury o! the coming season, we shall
have what the poor will be thankful for, viz-:
an open and comfortable winter. Not a flake
of snow has yet rested ou the ground in this
immediate vicinity, and we have yet to ex
perience that vnrified state of the atmosphere
which sends the blood tingling over om’ssys-"
tern and I lie thermometer down to zero. Skat
placid and uneongealed surface more favor
ers walcli their ponds only, as yel, to find a
able for boating than eurleycuing ou “ the
irons," while the stubby youngsters who de
light in coasting, in vain watch the clouds
as they skim through the air, in hopes of a
dropping of the fleecy substance over which
tlie little ones desire to slide on their bran
new sleds, while young misses sigh like lur
naces for the forthcoming sleigh rides, with
the accompanying “suuggliugs," etc.
are again of frequent occurrence. We only
had four yesterday, and last night a very
destructive one occurred ou State street,
lYoutiiig the Battery. Three or four large
I loaded warehouses were entirely consumed
hv this latter casualty, and over seven thou
sand . hales of Colton destroyed, besides a
large quantity of other merchandize. There
were also some seven or eight firemen killed
by falling walls, and the largesix story build
ings of yesterday now are a mass of smoking
ruins. The loss by this flic is over two mil
Re t v e nc- li in e u t
in government employment has commenced
in earnest here. Some twenty five hundred
men were discharged from the Navy Yard,
Brooklyn, yesterday, many of whom will
doubtless soon make their way South in
search of employment or to settle upon such
small patches of laud as they are able to
purchase. There is said to he quite a de
mand for carpenters, blacksmiths, and build
ers South, and many men who have been
laboriug for Uncle Sam here will doubtless
turn up iu Southern latitudes where their
energy will soon develope the laud and en
Kate ut ion.
have taken place in New Jersey and iu Buf
falo, which, from their accompanying cir
cumstance's, must lurnish additional aigu
ments to those opposed to capital puni-h
--ment. At the execution itt'New Jersey, the
culprit, who had murdered his wife, was
humbly penitent, and prayed fervently tor
his soul upon the scaffold, while not far dis
tant, noisy meu and women were gaping in
admiration (?) of the awful scene, smoking
and drinking meanwhile, and turbulent hoys
were [icddliug the murderer s ‘‘dying confes
sion.’’ At Buffalo, the condemned fairly
danced upon the scaffold, ami lielpeil the exe
cutioner adjust the rope, and in a loud voice
Imde the multitude to “sec how a brave
Dutchman can die,” and then kicked himself
into the world on the other side of the Styx
specially prepared for murderers. Add to
this the fact, that when Witz was swung off
hundreds of soldiers and citizens actually
cheered him into the presence of the Devil,
and there is not much argument to advance
■against life incarceration.
Tlie Pai ili«' Fleffst
■whiffl left Fortress Monroe about a month
or six weeks aj-u, has been beard ot to-day.
Tin: Tuscarora arrived at St. Thomas on the
10th of November and sailed agaiii on the
•-'lst. The Vanderbilt, Mouuduock and
Fowhattan all sailled on the 13th from Bt.
Thomas for Cayenne. They will probably
reach San Francisco about the last ot March,
as they will stop at several ports on the
route. That there is in tuture to he a good
fleet kept, on the Pacific coast is now beyond
question, and American interest in that quar
ter will not be allowed to suffer in this re
is about to leave for New Orleans and Key
West. He will pass the winter in these
„places for the benefit ot his health, which is
"techie, though he still preserves the erect
carriage ami military air of his younger days.
Surgeon Lewis Taylor, United States
Army, has been relieved from duty to accom
pany General Scott to his destination and re
main as loug as his services are required by
the old hero, after which he will report tor
duty at Fort Taylor, Key West. I believe
the General will sail to day, and there is a
possibility of bis visitiDg Savannah. ♦
The Napoleon Oil Company swindle has
eotue to an end. On the case going to the
jury they rclurned a Verdict of over $9,000
lor the plaintiff. This is the last that will be
heard ot oue more of the bogus oil compa
nies. There are plenty more yet to be
cleaned rail, for hardly one in fitly ot the
many petroleum companies inexistence, have
any substantial foundations.
A Tobacco Convention
lias just been held in this city aud resolutions
adopted requesting the removal of the gov
ernmeut tax from the inauufkctured article
lithe raw material. Statistics laid before the
body showed the receipts at the Department
* Washington from tobacco, cigars, &c., for
the year ending June 3t), 1805, at $11,383,-'
•it Htj. The whole number of cigars return
ed was 510,087,021, and number- of pounds
"t tobacco' ‘J1i,(i52,422. If it will make any
improvement in (lie quality of the execrable
cigars now to he found everywhere, it is ear
nestly to be hoped the Convention may suc
ceed in their object.
It has been decided by the Court of Ap
peals, are not liable to municipal taxation.
C'rime In N«w Y«rk.
The report of the Metropolitan Police
Commissioners allows arrests during the year
ending in November of 48,754 males and 20,-
Hi* females. Os the total, 8U.807 weae born
m Ireland, 23,030 ill the United Slates, and
102 in Germany. OverM.uoopcrsoiis have
also Ihsid accommodated with lodgings in the
Ih.M otIUHU. ShIKUtCAI. OI’tSHATIDM.—A PB
tnaskalile ease of surgery has recently been
Performed by Dt. Howard, of West Faille,
“pim Mr. Marshall While, of Springfield,
"lueli was to take four tumors from Ilia
liruiu, neck aud nose. Out! each from tho
iiirtjiit and iionc were lakeu through the
"'''hill, ami occupied live hours in the <>ue
!**"»' Ih'OoiiOb side of the UUiik extended
* , r » out olf (mu the jugular vein*.
, ’"hiUi la uow quite recovered, although
"i* cium had burn pronouno-d lio|»eleaa by
**' ¥ ‘fal •mluani aurgaoua Vnetnmi pt>er.
i. nut * to ma Socr*.—From Keptemltar
' Ihx* tuber | there wera 807,487 laiunda
powder, l.im.ogii larumls of shot, iu,»»o,-
• js-iciiuam oaiM, 8,M44,4uu csrlridgM,
ffjfljgjf smwaidppud Hum Maw Vurk
THE TREASURY REPORT.
We presented Monday an outline of the
Annual lte|>ort of t(je Secretary of the Treas
uiy, our limits precluding us from offering
such comments aud explanations as that im
portaut document suggested The Secre
tary divides his report iuto three principal
1. The Currency.
2. The Public Debt, and
3. The Revenue, in which order we shall
Mr. McCulloch commences by admitting
that C'ougress has no constitutional right to
“authorize the issue ot obligations lor a cir
culating medium as money, aud to make
these obligations a legal tender.” The au
thority cauouly be found, he thinks, in “the
unwritten law, which sanctions whatever the
representatives of the people, whose duty it
is to maiutaiu the government agaiust its
enemies, may consider in a great emergency
necessary to be doue.” This brings the ex
ercise of the power withiu the law of neces
sity. Theie is’ only one kind of necessity
that may uot violate the letter, but
does the spirit of the Constitution, and that
is military necessity. Congress may suspend
the writ of habeas corpus during war, and
establish a military dictatorship. Financial
necessity is unknown to the Constitution.
If it is such a necessity as requires revenue
for warlike expenditure, the resource of tax
ation or that of loans is at hand, both of
which may be exercised by Congress to an
unlimited extent. Mr. McCulloch very pro
perly condemns the exercise of the power to
issue obligations, making them a legal tender
longer than necessity will justify.
The objections he urges ou the score of
expediency against the employment of United
Stutea notes, as money is beyond denial,
namely, that they are not sufficiently flexible,
“increasing aud decreasing, according to the
requirements ot legitimate business, but
would be quite likely to be governed by the
necessities of the Treasury or the interests
of parties rather than the demands of com
merce and trade.” The other reasons he
urges against “ the direct issue of Uuited
States notes as money, us a policy, is the
fact” that “the government of the United
Slates is one of limited aud definite powers,
aud that the authority to issue notes as
money, is neither expressly given to Con
gress.nor fairly to he inferred." Euteriain
ing these opinions, Mr. McCulloch concludes,
“that the issue of Uuited States notes
as lawful money was expedient and neces
sary iu the great emergency in which it was
adopted, but as the emergency no longer ex
ists, that the legal tender provisions of the
act referred to should be deemed only tem
porary in their character, and that although
their immediate repeal would be unwise, as
being likely to affect injuriously the business
of the country, the work of retiring the notes
whicli have bei n issued under them should
be commenced without delay, and carefully
and persistently continued until all are re
tired.” “In speaking of the legal tender
acts, reference has only been made to those
which authorize the issue of Uuited Stales
notes. 'flie interest-bearing notes whicli are
a legal tender lor their face value, were in
tended to be a security rallier than a circu
lating medium, and it would be neitl er inju
rious to the public uor an act of bad laith to
l lie holders for Congress to declare, tha*,
after their maturity, they shall cease to boa
legal tender, w hile such a declaration would
aid the government in its tfforls to retire
them, and is therefore recommended.”
Tha Secretary thinks there can be no dan
ger in contraction, unless it is violent. “La
bor,” be says, truly, “is the great source' bf
national wealth, aud industry iuvariably de
clines on an iullated currency; even the toim
ot the precious tuetuts may u..t prove wealth
to a nation. The idea that a country is ne
cessarily rich iu proportion to the amount ot
gold and silver which it possesses, is a com
iuon and natural, but an erroneous oue, while
the opiuiou that real property is advanced by
an iucrease of paper money b yond wbat is
absolutely needed as p medium of exchanges
of real values, is totally laliaeious."
We would hero observe, not as a correc
tion, but iilustratiou aud confirmation of this
doctrine, that it is not strictly line, that a
country is “not necessarily rich in proportion
to the amount of gold aud silver which it
possesses.” If the United States imports
from California titty millions of dollars an
nually, aud twenty millions are more than is
absolutely necessary as a medium ot ex
change, the superfitrx of twenty millions
constitutes a portion of its wealth, a9 much as
what it retains for circulating medium and
ior plate and ornaments, for it may be ex
changed tor foreign productions of an equal
amount and value; nor is it quite correct to
affirm “that money stimulates productive in
dustry.” We must here distinguish between
value ntui price. Tb e general rise ot Vnines is
impossible, aijsuch rise is a contradiction in
terms. The increase of commodities, one
with another, implies a change in their rela
tive or exchange value—an increase in the
value of some, and fall in the value of others.
But an increase of money, paper or metallic,
commodities having undergone no change
one with another, is tantamount to an in
crease of purchasing power, and is not in
compatible with a general rise ot prices. The
effect, however, ot an augmeutatation of the
circulating medium, consisting ot an irre
deemable paper money, is merely nominal.
Tbe increase of mousy ot this kind can have
no effect in “stimulating productive indus
This leads Mr. McCulloch, by a natural
transition,to the subject of Natioual balances,
remarking very justly, “that when there are
no artificial obstacles in the way of bal
ances between nations are promptly settled,
the flow of coin from oue to the other pro
duces hut little embarrassment to the debtor
nation- The nation lhat loses coin either
diminishes its purchases, or by a reduetionof
the prices ot its commodities which the loss
occasions, becomes a more inviting market
than before, aud by attracting furebasers,
reverses the current and draws again to itself
the coiu ot which it has been deprived.”
Mr. McCulloch recognizes the fact that on
a coin basis, there may he periods of expan
sion. He notices two such periods, 1835 aud
1 a tt;. ending with the terrible collapse of 14*37,
and the financial crisis of 1857,- “the result ot
a similar cause, namely, the unhealthy ex
tension el the various torms of credit.” At
both these periods the business oi the couu
tiy was conducted on a specie busis. The
Secretary on ibis branch ot his subject con
nects with it u statement of importance,
namely, the Bank note circulation, louus aud
deposits at various periods previous to the
war from 1830 to IBffo, At the latter of
those periods the former was $207,102,000,
while the lmuk deposits aud loans at the
same periods ure given. The latest quarterly
reiKirts of the Natioual banks are no lufcr
tltau the 30lbof September.
Tilt Uepualt* tltiilivuiuul uud Kovcrmueiitj amount
ed to .
To which hlioulU Imj athJeU, mveitmenui
tu Culled mate* bunds aud uilior
lulic! State* iecuilUe* 42.,.»1,<K)0
Theso facts throw great light on the our
ruucy problem The Secretary of the freaa
urjr imuurka "that reuU aud pi ices of moat
article# lor which Uiare has hoe* a demaud,
have been, with slight ffuctuatious, con
stantly advancing from the oomutuucemaut
of the war, aud are higher mht mth gold <tl 47
per <s*l. premium, Men M.y were when il axil «.
188." Tire MplanalUtu limon the surface of
the su'ffwT. The larguneee of the deiawlu,
Ebliu and private, of tlm National bunks, la
i source of the lulwhUf. The ffeerdarv
say | iu a port lon of Ida report, ifon ttwie hisii
•Mit'.om are “ilonlaUM* low wucii uiUNM
“ CM there be any doubt wbvu their
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER H, 1865.
deposits, circulations and loans and discounts
are compared ?
On the 3oth September last their Pep tails
tpublic and private, amount- to.. 4*44,160,194
Tltelr loans and discounts (including in
vestments lu C. S. securities) to 913.U5.929
Their chealaliou.lt). 196,oOu I #ui>
By the above itaL-Rtent trom what source
could their loans and discounts have been
derived if not from their deposits ? This ex -
plains the fact noticed by Mr. McCulloch.that
as gold has fallen, rents and prices nenerally
have been advancing. While the dnhiuisbed
paper issues of the Government leuded to
produce a fall of prices the extensitm of credit
by the banka was producing an opposite efft ct.
To this extension of credit we must assigu the
largest share ot the effect on prices. Their
issues are less than could have been absorbed
by the requirements ot hHsiness, and are lit
tle more than the bauk iioiiOy Uvultaitui of
1860. The employment of thetr deposits in
loans and discounts explains rest. It is
a well known principle that the lUfiuencc of
credit, mi its various forms, ou prices is much
more powerful than paper money in periods
of speculation- The contraction of the cur
rency might have proceeded at any conceiva
ble rate without effect while the banks, by
the agency of credit, in ’the form oi bills of
exchange, cheques, and book debt 9 were ex
panding their credits, so as to have kept up
prices. It Was so in the crisis of 1835-36
and in that of. 1857 most decidedly. It is by
overlooking the influence of credit on prices
that their inflation has been attributed too
exclusively to the over-issues of the Govern
ment. A restraining power is much more
necessary as regards the action ol the banks
than the action of the Treasury- The pub
lic attention has been concentrated ou the
dangers of a too sudden contraction of the
currency. The source of mischief will be
found iu the 100 sudden contraction of credit
by the National banks. We have no space
left to make such comments on the Report of
the Secretary of the Treasury on tho ■ I'-üblic
Debt and Revenue, but shall resume the con
sideration ot those topics in our next.
Disorder in Augusta. —The Constitution
alist of the 9th contains in account of the fa
tal shooting of a colored soldier by a police
man of that city of the name of Thos. Olive.
Tne Constitutionalist says:
“Persons acquainted with Mr. Oliye speak
of him in high terms, as being a sober, hon
est and inoffensive citizen.
From what we learn, the soldier was very
disorderly, and Mr. Olive attempted to arrest
him, whereupon, he made a move as if to
draw a weapon, when Mr. Olive fired two
shots, the first missing and the second taking
effect in the head, causing instant death.
This unfortunate affair caused great excite
ment among the colored soldiers in our
midst, who with fixed bayonets aqd loaded
muskets paraded £p and down Broad street,
swearing vengeance and threatening to ar
rest and kill all policemen. They arrested
some of the police and took pistols from cti
izens. The unoffending police were alter
wards discharged and the pistols ordered to
be returned to their owners
The same paper of the 10th iost. chroni
cles the lollowing
An old industrious aud inoffensive citizen
was shot iu the head yesterday afternoon, in
his store til the corner ot Kollock and Broad
streets, by a young man named John Luke.
The uffaii, us related to us, 19 that Luke
wanted to take a bundle of fodder from the
store of Mrs. McDermott without paying for
it Mr. Casey, the father of Mis. McDer
mott, too, would not allow him to lake the
fodder, wheu Luke deliberately drew a pis
tol, shot him in the forehead, and ran up
Brosd street. Fortunately, the ball glauced,
making an ugly but uot fatal wound. Some
citizens immediately started after the cul
prit, and after u long chase, captured and
carried him to the Court Rouse, from whence
he was transferred to jail.
The age and infirmity of Mr. Casey, as
well as his iuofieusive manner should have
protected him from being the victim of such
an outrage. Mr. Casey is nearly eighty years
THE CASE OF MR. OLIVE.
Mr. Thomas Olive was arraigned before a
Military Commission yesterday for the mur-
Tier of a Uuited States colored soldier aud
pleaded uot guilty. The cuse was continued
until Monday morning.
A Letter from General Lee.
A public meeting was held at the court
house iu Staunton, Va., last Monday, to con
sider and inaugurate a plan to uid in raising
an additional endowment for Washington
College, Lexington, Va. The lollowing let
ter from General Lee was read :
Lexington, Va., November 22, 1865.
My Dear Colonel: The frieudsof Washing
ton College are making efforts to advance its
usefulness and to elevate it to the position of
other institutions of the present day. For
many years it has stood still, content to dis
pense in a quiet way its benefits to the youth
of the neighboring counties, while other col
leges, witli enlarged means, have been en
abled to keep pace with the progress of
science, civilization and improvement.
I am aware that you are acquainted with
the design of the Board of Trustees to ex
tend the course of studies so as to promote
the education of the industrial classes aud fit
them for the several pursuits of life, and have
promised your generous aid. But I wish to
ask, also, your influence with others, in ex
tending the knowledge of the project of the
board und giving it the weight of your ap
proval and encouragement.
The citizens of Virginia are accustomed to
see your undertakings prosper, and have
confidence in wbat your judgment approves.
Should they know that your sympathy aud
assistance ure engaged in behalf of the col
lege, its friends will be encouraged to per
With much respect, your obedient servant,
R. E. Lea.
Colonel M. G Harmon, Staunton, Va.
Size of rive West. — Illinois would make
forty such Slates as Rhode Island, and Min
nesota sixty. Missouri is larger than Till
New, Englaud. Ohio exceeds either Ireland
or Scotland, or Portugal, aud equals Bel-
Siutu, Scotland and Switzerland together.—
iissouri is mote than hall' as lurge as Italy,
and larger than Denmark, Holland, Belgium
aud Switzerland. Missouri Hnd Illinois are
larger than England, Scotland, It eland aud
Ke-Ketabllsnnarnt o. Mall Facilities In
The Post Office Department desires to
famish the State of Georgia witli Postal
service, at I lie earliest practicable day, until
July Ist, I Stiff, when the regular contracts’
proposals lor which are now advertised for,
will go into effect.
The Department invites proposals for con
veying tbe mails until June 80, 1 Stiff, to all
country seats and other important points not
reached by Railroad communication, at rates
uot to exceed $8 per mile per annum for
weekly service; *ls for semi weekly, and
$22 tor tri weekly; and where the Importance
of the case requires, S4O for daffy service ;
counting Hie distance oue way ouly in all
Service will bo furnished on routes, where,
before the wtr, it was dolly, three limes s
week ; wbote It was Ui-weslily twlusa wssk,
and where It was setul-woakly, weekly
service Will be allowsd.
Proposals should Im kddrsased to "Mon
(j«». W. McWllau, 2d Asst |TS, Washing
ton, D. 0.. and should stole they an. for
ssrvlce to and luus both 1888
'no* 4 W
THE BINCHAM SCHOOL,
MEBANEVILLE, N C.
THE next session begins March Tth. 1366. uul con
tinuea fort) weeks, offering to the people ot the
Rest anil Mouth the dvantages of a Summer School
with a W inter vacali*.i For terms, address
itl-lm Mebaneville N. r.
SEVENTY-FIVE boxes Fire CY»rkeri, Just received
by steamer, by
HILTON A RANDELL,
<JI2 6 193 Bay street.
WE are now offering very cheap a let of
Suo EugHsh Dairy Cheese * \
100 kegs choice Goshen Butter
60 firkins do da
160 tubs extra choice do
100 tubs prime Leaf Lari
RAN DELL A CO.,
Southwest corner Buy aud Barnard streets.
THE GREAT PURIFIER!.
IS the best preventative against all malignant dis
eases, sucli as
CHOLERA, SCARLET AND TYPHOID FEVERS,
It purities dwellings, removes offensive odors, re
move* stains, cures burns aud sores. Ussd in bathing,
it keeps the slcin healthy, soft and white.
Get a bottle aud try it.
For sale by the druggists of Augusta.
PLUMB A LEITNKR,
d!3 3 Wholesale A gents.
/CONSTANTLY on hand. Oak Wood, at Dock
Orders left at this office will be attended to.
Ul3-2w A. R. CULLENS.
FROM the Ship Thorwaldson, a BOAT, painted blue
with a yellow streak under her gunwale plonk
By placing the same at whart under claghorn A Cun
ningham's, the finder will be rewarded.
dl3-3 REID A STEWART.
BOARD can be ybtained in a highly respectable
family, pleasantly located and convenient to the
business portion of the chy. Apply at the corner of
State and Jefferson streets. dl3-3*
THE ENGLISH POTATOES
ARE now landing from the “County of Picton.”—
Pri£**, ten dollars for ben hampers—cash to ac
company the order.
CHARLES GREEN A SON,
No. 12 Bay street,
dl3-lw Stoddard's Lower Range.
BRITISH NAVY CANVAS.
; * .-a. % ►
BOLTS, to close consignment.
For sale by
dl3-S CHARLES GREEN & SON.
Bagging and Rope*-
4Q Buies Guuuy CLOTH.
Colls Green Leaf ROPE.
l UU For sale by
WM. 11. STARK,
dl3-3t Corner Lincoln and Bay at.
Flour and Lard.
Having received a large stock of the above,
AT VKHY LOW HATEH,
we are able to offer great inducements to buyers.
RANDELL k CO.,
Southwest corner of Bay and Barnaul »ts.
Savannah, Dec. 8, 1866.
ONE month alter date, 1 will make application to
the offlnere of the Atlantic & Galt H. K Com
pany for renewal of ecrip of ten shares 7 per cent,
guaranteed stock of said compauy—scrip being lost
on the night of the 27th January, 1866. Scrip No. 8,
for five shares, August 7th, 1861; Scrip No. 9, for five
shares, Sept. 7th, 18dl.
dl3-wAylm* A. E MORRELL.
Improved City Property.
MA Store, with two Dwellings, east end of
Liberty street. Possession given iu one
Two oue-and-a-half story wooden Tene
ments east end ot Taylor street.
dl3 lw BRYAN, ItARTRIDGE 4 CO.
. Market Garden.
Ifo Acres, with wooden dwellings and oiTt-bnllit
*B Ings. Just beyond the city, on tbe Thunderbolt
road, (stud la of the best quality; under lease till
August let, l»06.
dl.t.lw BRYAN, HARTRIDGE & 00.
In BOXES of Lemons, for sale by
A. C. LOMELINO.
8000 pounds Potash, for saie by
A. C. LOMELINO.
Abide Coperas, fdr sale by
dl3-S A. C. LOMELINO.
A. C. LOMELINO,
Groceries, Pro?isions,f ines. Liquors, &e.
AUD IVtSY OTUU ABTICLC IM TBS OB'OUT LIMI
UNDER MASONIC HALL,-
(Corner of Bull Street and Coogreae Street Lane,)
PUSEY, JONES & CO.,
\XANL’FACTtTUC Iron Bts*m hosts Steam Engine.,
I*l Bollere. Machinery lor Haw Mills. Me. Haviue
lint long experience la bu.huM and iwiup |.mvi.i..l
with very extensive faetllttve for doing work of this
etas*, are prepared to exscate order* with despatch,
eh.# ntbws. lirdsfd MR to thd hose* at autnmno'*
drug Him* .14sirs* eld aiaadj, iff si tkle ottee, will
tw t»ompul, sttanded to.
dinar WM SALT
MOODY & BARHETT,
Steam Sua|i Works,
M ALFA*'TUBERS O*
GLYCERINE, BROWN WINDSOR, VIO
LET, BAH AND TOILET SOARS
OF EVERY DESCRIP
MESSRS. Moody * Barrett wuuld respectfully su
iiuunce to the pnbli, that they have just opeaed
STEAM SOAP WORKS,
•sred to fill all oiders lor the follow
EXTRA No. J,
or YELLOW SOAP,
ERABIVE, “ *
Also, a Urge variety of Toilet Soapa, comprising
. HONEY, _
No pain, will he spared to make our Soaps equal In
quality, price and perfume to Huy American or For
eign Soaps. Uur inollo shall l)e ‘‘semper Idem.” and
till goods uot equal in quality aud price to American
or Foreign manufacture, shall be returned and money
THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR TALLOW AND
Ordera addressed to MOODY A BARRETT, or L. J.
GUII.MARTIN A CO., wUI receive prompt and Imme
diate attention. dS-Sm
FOR SALE dt TO RENT.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
TWO Cotton Plantations tn Laurent county. Qa.—
Also Corn, Cotton Seed, Mules, Oxen, Stock,
Cuttle, Hogs, and Wagons, Carts, Ac.
Apply at Thomas’ Cross Roads, of to- F. H. Rowe,
Dublin, Lowndes county.
If not sold or rented prior to second Monday lu
January next, they will he offered at public sale at
Thomas’ Cross Roads, tn Laurens county, on that day
<l9 2w BRYAN, HARTRi'DGE A 00.
A Til REB St* »rv Brick Store on Buy street, west of
Barnard, with 60 feet of wharf attached. It has
largo storage room.
d'J-lw BRYaN, HARTKIDUF k CO.
CITY OF SAVANNAH COUPONS, In sums to
FGItDYCK. ANDERSON A JANNBY, *
dfl-tf No 1(1 Stoddard's Range.
THAT valuable Rice Plantation known as Strathey
Hull, ou tbe Ogccchee river, Bryan couuty,
about twenty-two ijille* from Savannah.
For particulars, apply at the Counting Room of
Erwin A Hardee, Bay street, Savannah.
CHAH. 8. HARDEE,
d*2-3aw2w ExV Kettle G. W. M< AUUter.
I” 10 bhls No, 2 Mackerel
10 bbls No. 3 Mackerel
26 half Obis No 1 Mackerel
26 half bbls No. 3 Mackerel
160 kite No. 2 Mackerel
150 kits No. 2 Mackerel
40 tubs Choice Lard
13 tabs Choice Butter
4 llrkuiß Choice Butter.
Tho above lot are fresh and new, and will be offered
low, to close consignment.
DHAS. L. COLBY k CO.,
nov23 Corner A bercorn and Bay streets.
For Lease or Rent,
oC ACRES or good Farm Land, two miles from the
Court House. Apply to
n?3-tf Jefferson and Bronghton streets.
OFFICE ATLANTIC A GULF K. R , 1
Savannah, Dec. 0, 19661
STEAM BOATS wanted at ogee to bring away from
Doctortown to Savannah one thousand bales of
Liberal terms will be offered.
d7-tf JOHN SCREVEN, President.
A STABLE with stalls for not less than funr hones.
Address, stating terms and location,
dl3-2* Box 143 Savannah Post Office,
WATCHMAKER WANTED -
A GOOD Watchmaker can obtain permanent and
profitable employment by enquiring of
• H. A. TOPHAM,
<»>lW 189 Congress street
A YOUNG MAN, capable of taking care of u set of
books In a commission and geuerul business,
who can come well recommended. Address Box 40,
Post. Office, Savannah. ' dg-tf
TT’OR E. H S—36 bblg Floor
f va hair bbls Floor
9 bbls Crackers'
0 bbls Apples
t bbls Eggs
Q * W—lflo tube Lard.
If not called for will be sold for freight and expenses
oct*S BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
Georgia and gnnth Carolina Bans Bin*
Altmny and Uuir Railroad Htock
Central Railroad Htock
Coupons Albany and Gull Railroad
Coupons city of Havsunab
fuhdVck, andeiihon a janniy,
dl-tr Hay at.. No. ID Hbiddard-s Range
git lit A MONTH t Agents waalatl wanted for ste
'c’”r entireiy new erlUUe, tael out. Address U T
i.AKEY Utt* Building, lltddwlurd. MsJue T
*2ft *.sff^«sss.:n‘ASii. , iPS
cbfMone U-xiMsd Addiaei dUAW * (1.4 Ma M
omuH, Mains wpUdAwKw
RRY GOODS AMD CLOTHING.
EINSTEIN k ECKMAN,
No. 151 Cfii'ress St. Satamsi Ga.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED AND WELL KNOWN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
* and dealers in
FRENCH, GERMAN, ENGLISH AND
HAVING Just received and opened a very large
and select stock of Fancy Dreta Goods, Bouse
Beeping and Domestic Goods, Blankets, Cloaks and
, Alao Hats, Boots and Shoes.
And all articles usually found in a flint can
Dry Gooda Home, we would mod respectfully invite
our former friends and customers; also Merchants
and Planters visiting the city, to call and examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
EINSTEIN A ECKMAN,
nov«-tf 161 Congress Street, Savannah, Ga.
To Ladies and Country
A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Gooda, Fancy Goods,
Ac., &c., &c.,
Remarkably Cheap fbr Caeh,
CAN BE FOUND AT
A. Reeoher «*> Co'e.,
It BARNARD STREET, OOR. CONGRESS LANE,
Comprising a general Assortment of Foreign and
Domestic Goods, Cloaks, Shawls, Ac.
N. B—By strict attention to business, courteous
and honorable dealing with oar customers, we trust
to merit and receive a literal share of patronage.
A large line es Whit. Goods and Linens now open.
Blankets I Flannels
CLOTHS AND CABSIMEREB
BLEACHED AND BROWN SHIKTINUS
DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS
FRENCH MSRINOES AND ALAPACAB.
Received and for sale cheap.by
octfit IT4 Broughton street
TUBT opened a large assortment of Zephyr Worsted
O Shawls Soutags. Cloaks and Hoods, Children’
Caps, Boots and Gaitsrs.
_ a Iso, IrishLlnene. Table Damask. Linen Towels,
Table Napkins aud Doyles, and a variety of Fancy Ar
ticles too numerous to mention.
All of which we offer at very low prices.
EINSTEIN A ECKMAN,
nov3-tf . - 161 Congress Street
IN VITFB attention to bis new invoice of the latest
CLOTHS AND .CASBIMERE&
Young gentlemen desiring a Fashionable Suit for
the Holidays should call aud examine hla fut! assort,
dl3-8 NEW GOODS.
(Successor to William B. Hawkins,)
T-MPORTER and Wholesale Dealer lu Foreign and
A Domestic Ales, Wines, Ltqnors, Philadelphia Por
ter, Champagne Cider, Ac.,
No. 170 Fulton Street.
Opposite St. Paul's Chnrch,
Bottler of Mile's Celebratsd Ale for Shipping and
Family use. i
Particular attention paid to Filling and Shipping
All orders by mail will be promptly atteuded to.
KA BOIES Stewart’s Assorted Candv
40 boxes Baker’s Sweet Chocolate
For tale by
HILTON A RANDELL,
613-4 193 Bey street.
HAVANA SESAfiS, AC.
ANOTHER lot of choice Havana Segars hat jnst
been received, viz:
Cabana y Carbajal.
La India, Flor Pensados.
Naeva Albion, and other exoeilent brands, and
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco. Also.
Curacao, Morraschlro, and La Chartreuse Cordials,
Superior Madeira and Sherry, together with a full
stock of beat qaalUy Cnampalgue. tn store and lu
Brandy, Whisky, Rum, Ac. For sale by
dll-eod a j. LAMA.
THE ondanugned promles* to car*
In all IU worst forms without the nee of medicine.—
Please send for my Circular, enclosing hi cents for
postage. Address J. M. RUSSELL,
ocUO-Sm Boston, Mass-
fX>mUQS(I£S or owners of goods per steamship
Chase, on voyage from New York. October Zlet,
IW4, wilt please pneeat copies of Invoices; also,
cUlns* for abort d*Qv*rle* and deduetleua for damage,
ts any. loth* onderalgMd. "u ot before the uth day
ot December next, for the purpose of making the »d
--lattUMDt oftbe general
HF - Macon T*l*g«gb, Augusta ConeUtnilonallet
nad Atlanta lulelUgeuuir, pleas* copy tad send but to
gve: :MrJsz’ ear, ihtra
PRICE. 5 CENTS
OIVEH aud Ocean Risks taken fbr the Atlantic Ms.
AV tual Insurance Company of Nsw York, by
CHARLES GREEN A 80NT
■U ts M ° M Stodd * r<i ' E ** ter “ Range, Bey at.
fire and marine
SECURITY INSURACE COMPANY.
Capital and Surplus $1,600,000
PHOENIX INSURANCE CO.
Capital and Surplus *1,600,000
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO.
Capital and Surplus *1,200,000
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO-
Capital and Surplus *900,000
Risks taken iu the above highly responsible Com
puulos ou buildings and merchandise of all descrip,
thins, at tho lowest rates corresponding with the
risks. ’Apply to
A. A. LAKE, Agent,
i.9-»m No. 11 BU»te»d’s Range, Bay atrset.
National Marine and Fire
OF NEW ORLEANS.
The undersigned begs leave to Inform the Insuring
Sublic that he lias been legally appointed Agent for
ie above named Company, and Is ready to take Ma
rin* River and Fire Risks at customary rates.
O. C. MYERd, Agent,
Office over Hunter* Oammell, 84 Bay street.
References—Octavua Cohen, Hunter A Gammell,
Erwtu A Hardee. 6m oct‘Zß
To Wholesale Grocers,
Liquor RealtTH, Distillers, Druggists art
JT'SSENTIAL Oils for flavoring and improving Bran*
-Eli dy, Hutu. Fort Wine, Bourbon, Rye, Scotch and
Irish Whiskies, age and body preparations for Netf
tralMng and Mollifying Whiskey and Spirit, Color
ings, Sirups and Fruit Juices for Brandy, Whiskey
and Wines, Oils and Extracts of Cognac and’other
Brandi, a, Holland and London Gin, Ac. Dr F.'a
Treatise ou Fermented Liquors with 1009 Recipes.
FOR DRUGGISTS’ USE,
Persian Insect Powder, Fly Paper, Loadstone,
Fluorspar mid Fluoric Arid, Manganese and all rare
Chemicals and Drugs.
FOR SOAP MANUFACTURERS,
fclijicate of Soda iu Crystals, Liquid and Jelly China
Clay aud Terra Alba, Hoap stone. Rosin, Soda, Ash.
Ac JOS. W. FKUCHTRANGER,
novl-eodHut No. 66 Cedar at., N. Y.
Randell & Cos
Southwest corner of Bay and Barnard Sts.,
ARE IN RECEIPT OF
60 barrels Salt-raising Flour
90 barrels Extra Syrup
20 barrels Cider YJuagar
60 caddies Golden Magnet Tobacco
60 barrels Sugar Cracktet
20 barrels Boston do
*0 boxes pure ground Java Coffee
*0 do do Rio do
90 bbl» Extra C Sugar ,
60 boxes Lemon Biscuit
C O O I if G
Hound J?ote, Ovens,
Hollow "Ware, <fcc.
Whitaker above Broughton Sts
J. G. THOMPSON & CO.
JOBBER3 and Dealers from all parte of the country
are Invited to examine my
which Includes packages containing complethaasort.
meats, put up expressly for “ Country Trade,”
Goode re-packed |o suit (tarthasera.
Queensware House, v
10V Broughton St., Rd door rrout Bull St
«c Ifttf E D. BMYTH.
THOS. W. BROOKS
FURNITURE AND CENERAk
*» tfock Street, FhUadelphlu, Pa.
ILIiUMIRIi KID CLOVES.
A LSO, a Has assortment of Silk, Wool and Buck
A akin Glove* mdGauutleU. Just oMned at
„o« .. *NSTEIN A ECKMAN,
ny *-<! U 1 Congress street
NEW BOOK STORE.
TtHE subscriber being Incapacitated by 111 health
•a from the active dudes of the Ministry has, with
tbe full approval of the Bishop ot the Diocese, enter
ed Into bnsiuesa as a Theological and General Book
seller, and i* now opening a carefully selected Stock
on the corner or Bull and State streets. He solicits
tho patronage orfte people of devannab Theologi
cal, Classical, School, and msceiianeov* Publica
tion* kept on baud.
Order* received for any » or Lj}JX ert . c *'.!L o £
peas. ds-w-r THOS. J. stalky
HILTON & BANDELL
HAVE Just rwelvsd aud o*sr for salt;
Il to bam I* Hue.' Grackers
to do Hud* Crackeia
vii do Lemnu Blarult
*u du Liuion Pic NIC Maeult
Nd» Boston Crackoi*
til do Oyster Crackeia
_ dll-o At y BAY STREET
1 -mil BUBHBIA I vita# Wh» ton.
I'IUU 4tiuu liuskvw Frtai* White Olid
ad N. A. ihWDEK A 00,