The Savannah Daily Herald.
BY S. W. ~MASON A CO
gAUIIKt W. MASON
W. T. THOMPSON,. Aaaociafe Editor.
SAVANNAH, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, IS6«.
THE **RE*9 ON THE PRBsIUENT’S
The Presides ft Message has called forth
comerents from the leading journals of the
country, which, although characterized by
diversity of opinion indicative of their pre
possessions and proclivities, give clear mani
festations of approval of the general tone of
its positions with regard to the grave sub
jects now agitating tbe country.
The sentiments of moderation which it
breathes, the maxims of forbearance which
it inculcates, the distrust of arbitrary power
which it expresses, and the wholesome warn
ing which it utters against the protracted
exercise of military rule withiu the States,
seemed to have commended themselves to
the acceptance of the entire conservative
press north and south. Ot course among the
radical politicians and extremists it is not so
The Washington Intelligencer says “it is
a masterly State paper, and for clearness and
elevation of style, it will class with any of its
predecessors. Every proposition is so simp
ly and clearly put that its statements carry
conviction, while the whole argument is
clear and connected as are the waters of a
crystal stream." Tbe New York Express
says, “it responds to the anticipations which
conservative, patriotic men, looking to the
good of the whole country, had been led to
indulge respecting it. Whether as it regards
our domestic relations, or foreign affairs, it is
' patriotic, straightforward and statesman
like.” The Philadelphia American, pro
nounces “it a document that will challenge
the admiration ot tbe public far and wide i
that its tenor on the restoration of the States
and rights *3f freemen, is such that if at
length Congress should see lit to act rather
than wrangle, it will harmonize with his
yicws. ’ Tne Philadelphia Ledger is*equal
ly approving in the opinion that “it will chal
lenge attention and approval, not less on ac
count of the great questions of which it treats
than of its intrinsic merits ; that as a State
paper it deserves unqualified praise.” The
>'• w Y"i k Herald regards the Message as a
“conclusive vindication of his course.” —
Tne Newß, of the same city, welcomes it
as p acing the President “in direct opposition
to the foolish and vindictive poli
cy of the Republicans as developed by the
representatives of that party in Congress."
The World, although approving the general
tone, thinks that the message leaves some
thing to be desiderated in point of vigor.—
The Times regurds its views as “lull of wis
dom ana conveyed with great force aud dig
nity; that the whole document is one ot
which every American may well be proud
for its elevation of tone, its practical wisdom
and its great exhibition of the national
strength and glorybut, tlieu, tbe Richmoud
Whig alleges that the Times would have said
the same if the message had been delivered
in Choctaw. The Journal of Commerce pro
nouuqes it “able and vigorous,” aud destined
“to take rank among the noblest documents
of our history.” The Evening Post “fiuds it
frank, dignified, direct and manly.” The
philosopher of the Tribune, although having
implied his dissatisfaction by insisting that
Congress and not tbe Executive, is the true
exponent and rightful director of the policy
of the country, in a subsequent article gives
utterance to the oracular opinion, “that no
document discussing so many diverse ques
tions of grave moment has ever, on the
whole, contained so much that will be gene
rally and justly approved, with bo little that
will or should provoke dissent. It is a State
paper," he says, “of signal ability and of uni
versal frankness, dealing unreservedly with
every great question of internal or external
policy, and calculated to increase the bold of
its author on the regard and confidence of the
The Baltimore Sud, although expressing
tbe belief that the message comes short of
the just expectations of the Southern people
in regard to the question of reconstruction,
admits frankly that the general tone of its
positions is very gratifying.
These are the views of some of the leading
journals of the country, to which we may
add the remark that most of them concur in
tbe opinion expressed in the paper last
named, that the President takes an impreg
nable position in asserting that the elective
l'rauchise belongs exclusively to the several
States, and that it is but just to wait for ex
perience to show what use the black race will
make of its freedom and means of advance
ment in the social scalo before the question
of political privileges can fairly and wisely
be considered. And that tbe almost unani
mous judgment of the country will sustain
the President in the declaration that this
great, this momentous subject, which, not
ripe for judgment, is nevertheless, now and
at ail times beyond the scope of Federal ac
ScCCtMIO* TO THE PRESIDENTIAL CuAIK. —
In the U. 6. House of Representative* on the
6ih inst.. a bill was introduced and referred
to the Judiciary Committee which is intend
ed to guard against any possibility of the of
hc'. ot President of the Hutted States becom
ing vacant. It provides for the succession
to 1 lie position, if events should render ne-
in the order of their official standing
of the Vice President, President pro tem. of
the Speaker of the House, Chief
Justice and Jtasociate Juaticcsof the Supreme
Pnt.eiDKur Johnbo* to Gov Peeuy.— l The
following telegram was sent by the President
to Provslonal Got. Perry
Wasbwotos, Nov. JT, lefty
To B 7. Perry, Pro*. Got.
*T do ooi think it neceesarT lor the members
elect lor South Carolina to be present at the
org nutation of Congress. On the contrary,
it will hr better policy to present their cer
tificate's of tlet ikm utter the two Houses have
organised, which will then he a simple ques
Hon, under the Constitution, of the meiubnis
taking their seats. Each House must Judge
for liarlf the election returns Bud qugllfli'a
nous of tut own uiemhsis As to what the
two Houses will do iu lefetence to the <mth
now |.ij i.ini to hs Ukrn befnic the members
ceu mk iinir si ate, Is uultaow u to im , sod
I do not like to prnin'i. Hull upon llw
whole, 1 aiu of opinion thst it would let tu t
ter for the ouestiou to corns tip and lie ills
(wised ol after the two Houses hues bum or
(smred I hope llial your lugislaluiu will
•do(il s i mli In telerenc# to lice |iurSous of
Motor thel will he s<>, (liable pi the i uiuiry
«f the as no lluw doing lusthe to the whllu
Mtd mUued populsUon/
Jututu" I uwlo.l
lavinuii, Sac. i«6n.
Tlie Dry Goods market la uncfcMged. During Die
aeek a fair dsmaoil prevailed from Ulterior nuyeia.
The stock offered by our merchants U quite large
aud was carefully sceeted to meet the wants nf
the Southern trade. We quote prints at 26 to t'jt.j
eents pee yard: until each ed Shirting U, J3 to 3? et«
per yard: bleached Shirting At to Meant* per yard.
Georgia manufactured goods are dull and very
much neglected, there ie no change in price*. We
quote yarns at $3 s*;to I 60 per bunch t GdAgia
shirting S3 to Me per yard.
Cloths are iu very good demand and prices are
much firmer in consequence of an advancing ten
dency iu the Hurt item markets, casshuerrsare soil
ing at $2 to 3 per yaV.t; Jeans 85 to $1 per yard.
The money market is quite easy the present week.
Gold is iu moderate request; Brokers are pay lug
$1 44 to 1 46, and selling $1 46 to 1 46Silver con
tinues very scarce, the rates by Brokers are for pur
chase *1 36, selling $1 37- Coupons of the city are
at par. Central Railroad old issue of Bank notes are
he hi at 93 cents. Marine Bank notes have greatly
advanced aud we quote at 80c. Time bills continue
neglected and very few trauaac tjone are made. The
demand for Foreign Exchange is moderate.
Vplantl. Sea I.ilana. Darn.
IECEITTS Sixes Dec. a, 1865.
By River 2,87# 54 s;
By Central Railroad 543 11
By wagons.,,... ”50 __ 30 lti
Total Receipts, 3,CAB loi Ctrl
KxroETS SINCE DECEMBER 9, 1806
Upland. Sea I. DoMeel'n,
This week 3.001 83 345
Previously 9,088 *1,982 8,772
Total 72,667 3 064 4,117
STOCK on dknn, 188*.
. Upland. Sea I. DomcsVs.
StOf*. sept. 1 ....3,724 281 236
Received this week, 3,669 loi 202
Previously.,.....'. 06,718 8,039 3,881
Total. .i..*. 74.U1 3.421 *,3M
Exports since Scpt'er l .t 2.057 3,004 4,it*
Stock on bund, pec. S,
1805 1(424 367 3$ '
Sea Islakds.—fri consequence of the limited Itafck
placed on the market the transactions have boeirvery
light. Prices are very Irregular, as most of the stock
offered Is ofa very lew grade, aod the only inquiry .Is
for the liner staple. T*e general range » from Me
to *1 25 per -pound. For a very sußericnr quality a
higher figure has been paid. Toe Socteol this de
scription otcolbon placed on sslelsVery light, and
comes to market hi small lots, the greater portion of
widen is badly prepared, for wSlcli there is no de
Whiskey Ac.—The market during the past Week
was very active. Large sales were made to local
aud interior merchants. The only change we notice is
In Medar Swan Gin which.is now held at $0 per gal.
Wo quote Gibson's Son’s A Co.’s whiskey a* fol
lows Doublertistilled old Rye Whiskey, per gal.
$3.10; Superior old Mattongahela Whiskey, per gal.
$3,26. Choice old Msnongahela Rye X per gal. $3,30.
Choice do. do. do. XX per gal. $3,40. Choice do. do.
do. XXX per gal. $3,50. Choice do. do. do. XXXX
per gal. $3,66. Choice old Bourbon Whiskey per gal.
$3.40. Old Nectar 1840 per gal. $4.10 Old Family Nec
tar per gal. $4 25. Fine old Rye Whiskey per gal.
$4 35. Pure old Wheat Whiskey per gal. *4 50. Old
J. Flack, Sons & Cos., Baltimore Rectified Whiskey at
$2 66 per gallon, do. extra Rectified $2 76 per gallon;
Massey, Collins A Cos., celebrated XX Philadelphia
Ale, exclusive of cask sl6, half bbls $7 60; Medar
Swan Gin, $0 00; Nonet’s Imperial,,do., $5 6u; Ofai and,
Ihipuv A Co.’s Cognac brandy, In quarter casks
and half pipes, sll to sls per gallon. Sherry
tvtoes, $2 60 to $4 60 per gallon, according to
quality ; Imported Champagnes, De St. Marceunx &
Cos., Reims, S2B per case of quarts ; Due De Monte-
brello, $23 per case. Wallace’s Brands as follows :
Rectified $2 80 ; Imperial Nectar at $3 25. Bourbon
$3 60 ; Columbian Gin atsl 00 ; M. Deary A Co’s
genuine Kentucky, $3 60, Keller’s genuine Kentucky
Whiskies $3 75; Bourbon, lu cases, sl2 ; Nicho
las Schnapps sl2. Sherry Wine sl2 ; Cognac Bran
dy S2O. Ale, per dozen, $3 ; Porter, per doz., $3 ;
Virginia Mountain Dew Whiskey $2 75 por gallon ;
Old plantation Bourbon Whiskey $3; Fuller’s Old
State $4 50 to $5; Old Santa Cruz Rum, warranted
genuine, $$ to 10; P. H. Godard's Brandy sls per
gallon.; Seignette sls; Crown Sherry, per gal
on, $4; St. Martin's Port, $4 per gallon ; Ske
han's Golden Ale, per case of two dozen, $5
50; Porter do $5 50; Ales lu bbls 16® sl7; Cham
pagne Cider per case of one doz qts s*. pts, of
two dozen $6; Kentucky Bourbon Whisky $3 50 per
gallon ; Old Rye *5 per gallon; Old Bourbon $3 to
360 per gallon. Imported Sherry $4 25 ; and Port at
$4 25 per gallon. Imported champagne S2B to3o per
case. Pure Holland Gin $4 to 6 per gallon ; Cognac
Bi andy $3 to $lO per gallon, by case, S3O to 30. Egg
Nogg sls per ease.
FREfoirrs—There Is a continued dullness, and very
little cotton Is offering for any port, either foreign or
domestic. Timber heights are becoming a little
more active as the receipts are weekly in
creasing:. We quote cotton to New York in
steamships, at .per pound lor compress
ed, lc lor uncompressed and lv 4 c for round
For domestics $1 60 per bale. For Liverpool by sail
ing vessels i„d nominal; by steamships, Vi. To
Baltimore liy'sailing vessels, %c for compressed. To
Philadelphia, %e do; uncompressed lo ; same by
steumslHps. To Boston Sic compressed, uncompress
ed lc. limber to Nprthern ports, sl2 a 13 per 1000
ft. Lumber to Northern ports $lO a 12 per 1000 ft.
Coastwise freights sainc as last week.
Nails.—There is a fair demand for this article.aml
the siock is moderate. We quote Boonton assort
ed, at »‘;aloc per lb.
Iron and Steel.—A fair supply of all iron ami
steel is now offering in this market. The demand
Irom local sources and interior buyers is very good.
We quote Refined Iron at 7c per lb.; Swedes Iron at
toe per II).; Plow Steel at 125,0 per lb.; Cast Steel ,28
to 3oc per lb. in currency.
Oils.—The market la unchanged and the demand
fair for citv and interior trades. We quote I.lnstert
at*sl 75 per gallon ; whale at $2 00 ; Sperm at $2 75;
Neatafoot at $2 35 ; Lard at $2 56 ; Kerosene,
sllO ; Train at $1 75 ; Turpentine atsl 40.
Cement, 78c.—A Tali' demand by city builders con
tinues ; there is a slight Interior demand. We quote
Plaster of Paris at $476 per bilk; Kysedale Cemeut $4
per bbl. Plasterers hair $6 50 per cwt.
I,aud. --There has iieen no change since our last
report. Wc Ynow quote Prime Leaf at to s 32c hi
tubs ; and Pressed at 27 a 30 Cents.
Hides.—During the week the receipts have been
light, a good demand prevails, aud Dry Flntt are t.
more request and the market has slightly advanced
We quotu :
Green Hides —to 4c. per lb.
Drv Salted to se. per lb.
Dry tolOc. perlb.
Dry Flint 11 to 12 tic. per lb.
Deer Skins to 15c. per lb.
Lime.—There Is now offering In this market two
qualities of Lime. An article damaged and slack, can
be purchased at. $2 per bbl. We quote Rockland In
lots at $4 per bbl.
Oats.—A stoek sufficient to meet the demand,
which Is confined to the city trade Is on hand. From
wharf aud store we quote large low at 80 cents per
Corn.—Our market Is abundantly supplied with
this cereal, a good demand prevails for immediate
ettv consumption. Large sales are reported from
wiiarl and store kt $1 lStofl 10 per bush*!.
Bit an.—A large stock of Baltimore wheat bran is
offering. The transactions are entirely of a retail
i*lia meter, and from store at $3 per cwt.
Tin Plates —The market is well supplied with
all grades of tin lu plate*. A fair eity (temand pre
vail*. Large sale* are reported to Interior buyei*.—
We quote at slSas22 per box for Charcoal brands.
Leather.—'There is a good stock of all descriptions
of leather in onr mi rket. The demand lor French
and American calf skins Is good. Wc quote French
at S6B per doz, American s4saso per dozen, Hem
oek sole at 58e 1? ft.
Fish.—Market active, stocks continues adequate.
We quote No. 2 Mackerel in half bbls. at $9.6u, No.
3 $8,50. Mackerel in kits, No. 1 at $3, no. 2at $2,75.
Codfish lie per lb.
Shot—Stock good, demand moderate. We quote
drop shot s4,so'per bag; buck Btiot $475 per bag.
Beeswax.—Tlie market Is without change, re
ccipts are good, we quote at 40 cents per lb. Some
parties arc paying a slight udvauce on -the above
Meal.—A fair supply of Pali (more Fresh - Ground
Meal is offering In tlio market. Sales of lots are re
ported trom store at $1 50 per bushel.
Potatoes.—A large stock of Northern Potatoes Is
otteriug m the market. Large sales to Interior buy
ere wer, made the past week. We quote ut $3 to
*3 2a ou tne wharf m large lots, from store $8 60 to
Soar•—A large Mock of soap la offering Iu tile mar
ket. We quote Moody A Bantus Savannah aieain
made Soap at 14 to 15 cents per lb.
Cider.—Tne market In now well supplied with
this article. Wo uuoui Champagne Clger at (Ktiegao
rar bhl. Newark Ckler, * bble, can be bought ai
KorE.-Tlie uiurkat la well supplied and we quote
at 30c per lb.
CotTEK -There has been no change In ortcea stnbe
Our lust report. The market continues ,o lie amply
supplied, and wo quote Java at 4Ua43c ; St. Domingo
st „4i , and Bio at 34a36c p th.
Bni.Kk.-Our market l» siipplied In abundance
with All dessrlpltnus ol Spleen. Wc quote
(■round Popper, sue: (linger, aoc; cinnamon, tisc i
Clmee. 45 ; Allspice, gag i Maui, $1 85 ip tb
Hu e Our market pressut* no new festnreu. a
(< Hat 'leoiaud prevuiis, UUn cAiUMdsiable sqlra an
I roponod to rutsll debtor* Ueorgia and OaroUna cl
ly milled rue In silling at 13,‘f lo 14 cents per lb. A
Very tail aruele of nor imbed by Uie rudo liupli
bn iiia us the FreodiaeU t« selling at 8 rents per lb. A
in v stuck ot His latisr desurlptmu of nre Is "Ithilng
on the luarkel.
Osinas s mack adequste (nr nmim Uais .leiimud
l» now oltuing We quo's at (8 In #4 5" per Mil 111
lols. Tile Istun Sstile Is tor good leer' baniable Inis
siiiiubie ini iin 11,1,-, a,i marki I
llav - 1t... sue kot liaauuu Hay unerlug Is very
ligiii sun imp e« pi,nntuii, Thu rambiiM of Northern
j»> » ‘jo»« liflil Sstssof Norik KlVer wors IS so
Hie Paul wirnkJaUie than 111 U.IM alftl loper. SL
w*i i l u«< »iiM ii i uituuiMMniirii# rioTu IwiMcm
IrUlttia ft tftil 111-Mi iH4 I'ltohdiia Iffta • ft|Mu M ft« ftttltj
111 1 ’ |» ftft •'•sl* , (Mftl'fe Mill lilWslM k iii.m |a Sal. m ss/ r lias
null' ll sol seeks sun tip* sots bohns"sil have".. eh
mails sl Is w* pei ka>. agies anon out namtivo
tanks hom woni si ft. 1 1 pm aa> s
(Usssnss Tim lust keifs isdiei lunnly supplied
WMH grnnl hoilh.ni pilaMm.igg *(7g£ o „ &Tm,
1 » lisrf s> it) 4 rn Ift MM* m<%rnm/ln Sits SIM
lbs i Mlidlimfl or abea
I.Sgoss ..A slops Ol MewkMdfiWt toyman Urn
one is at plessMl mhMing she d"Mis"* it Ms to
• tows' i«i iTe low 1, si |S In in fcjen lei |f„i
•Is I eilbins Sbd lillis# SIS nsgIMItoCSS literals to
ksnoleii slick misiins isq.el# liyib G>
priamst sr h .kids psr ysru,
Rorz.—Onr market Is aimndamljt sunpUet wild
Row* suitable for the use of Tacmrs. We quote at
21 to 22 •■sins. The ratals established according (0
Hu-quality and nature of >he transaction.
Mousse*.—The stock offering is ample for pres-
Sim ht rii.irids. prices are without change and very
Dun, itie teeetfd* were very goad daring the past
week. We quote NYw York refined at *o ID •So per
gallon. Golden Syrup 80 lo 90c pel gallon. .
UK Ivors-The seceipu of Fruit dmiug the week
rorroN*—During tile past week Middling Upland*
have liceu quoted at 47c until yesterdy. when tele
grams from New York announced an advance in the
Liverpool market. Since this news was received
holders have demanded higher price*. A few sales
have been made on the basis of 48c for Middimg : but
as a general rule more is asked. The market ts ir
SKA Islands —A lew lots of "McAstlerv” gin Cot
ton have exchanged hamls at Hoc to sl lO principally.
Common Cast Cotton, if free from stain, is held at
*)c to 90c.
Cheese.—There is a large stock offering on (lie
market; holders are firm at previous rare*. The
tie in and is very fair by the local trade and for ship
ment. We quote Prime Goshen at 20 a 23c, the latter
quoatioh rot-the better quality. English Dairy at
24 and pine Apple at 30 cents.
Bern:!?.—Our market is without change, a fair de
mand bv local and Interior dealers continues, the
stock offering is ample for the present demands.—
We quote Prime, lu firkins, at 45 a 50c lb, and New
York Gosiien at 55 a 00.
Biscuits. -The ma rket is well supplied with all
JescripttoHa of biscuits. Avery fair demand prevails
To fill orders from the interior. We quote sugar his
cults at 10-: Y ft. Boston Cracker* :*e '*> lb. Soda
bl.vcuit.s 13c 'ttjh. Fancy Cracker* from 16 to2le
FLOtra. -The market has remained unchanged
during the week, with only a limited demand for the
home trade. The stock on sale is ample for all
purpose-, ami by the arrival of each steamer from
theJicrtli additional supplies are received As
an index cf the martt-f, we quote good Ohio at
principal demand during the week lias been for low
er grades, and we quote them at s9@lo per bbt.
Some new Horn-front New York, has been sold' at
$lO 50a 11 per bill.
SAVANNAH WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT.
Articles. FEKPKOM TO
llagl.,,Gunny yd 27@—
Sea : : wd Dundee yd 32ta33
Tucker, Cooper ACo yd 40@—
Tucker, Cooper* Cos., Retail., yd 4'>(«)—
Balk Rope tb lst^io
Beef, Mess bbl 16(416
Etxra Mess bbl 18(4
Family, half bldg. sl<>
Bacon, Hams lb 25@30
Shoulders. lb 21(423
j Sides lb 23(424
BkEaP. Navy V. '•— 1* 9c.
Pilot lb 10c.
Bcttee, Goshen, Prime. lb 63@57
Prime Western, Firkin* lb 481451
CaNiu.es, Adamautin, lb iWiO''
Hull’s lb 24@25
(.These, Goshen „(,, lb 20(423
English Dairy ~ . , tb @24
l’ine Apple. lb 30@ —
Coffee, St. Domingo lb 34(4
Rio lb 24(435
Java ft 40(442
COBP.uiE, Hemp ft 21K430
Manilla ft 30@82
Shirtings, Brown yd
Sheetings, Brown yd
linnvn Drills r yd
Fish, Mackerel, No. 1, new v ; t>i sio 50
do. No.A bbl .20(4 —
do kits 3 00@ —
Flopu, Good Ohio bbl 10 25(410 50
Good Family. bbl 11 50(412 50
Ordinary bbl 9 »CK4lo oo
Grain, Corn, Maryland White hush 1 20@ 1 2j
Prime Western bush 1 30@ 1 36
Oats... husli 761450
Class, American Window —a—
Gunpowder keg —a—
Hay, Prime Northern cwt 90al oo
•do. Eastern ....: cwt —a—
Hides, Dry lb 7aß
Deerskins 7 .lb —a—
Iron, Swedes, ton —a—
Pig .',ton —a—
Hoop .' , —a—
Lard, Prime Leaf ft Sla33
Pressed - ft 27a30
Lime, Rockland 1 ..hbl s4a
Lumber, White Pine, rough mft s4oa—
de Pine dressed mft 50a65
Spruce Pine Scantling mft 33a36
Yellow Pine Boards , .in ft 80a—
Molasses, New York, refined gal 60®65
Golden Syrup gal 80(490
Nails... ft 8
naval Stores-, Tar bbl in
spirits Turpentine.. .i
Varuisli —@ —
Oils, Luiseed gal
whale gaL 2 00@ —
Sperto gaff 2 75@—
Neatstoot gal 2 35@—
Lanl gal 2 60(4
Kerosene gal 1 l6@—
Train gal 1 7504 —
Turpentine gal 1 40@—
Spindle Oil gal l 85@ —
Engine Oil gal i 35@— '
No. 2 Lubricating -.... gal 85©—
Osnabukgs, Flax yd
Pork. Family Pig Pork obi 16 oo@2o 00
Porter, London, quarts
RaisiKs Malaga box 7 00@—
“ ’...... Hbox 350@—
Salt, Liverpool sack a 75@
Coast sack —@—
Soap, American, yellow ft 16@la
SHOT’, all sizes. ft <a) —
Brandy, Cogtlac in cases gal 20 00®—
Otard, Dupuy A Cos, .and A cks., gal 11 00(s»15 00
Gilt, Holland gal 6 5o@ —
Whisky, rectified gal 2 75@—
“ Old Kentucky gal 3 00@— 1
“ Imperial Nectar gal 3 25@ —
vgffGAR, Brown 1b 16@17
B. Coffee ft 21@—
Crushed ft 23@24 .
Powdered 1b 23©24
Ta110w..... 1b 12%®*-
Imperial ft 1 40@2 00
Oolong 1b 1 20@1 60
Pour 1 1 ing ft 1 00@ 110
Twine, Seine lb —@—
Billing ft <4—
"Wines, Claret cage 9 60@l-200
Pori... gal 4 oo@a uo
Sherry gal 2 26(44 50
’Catawba. case —@B 00
Wool, Southern unwashed 1b 38©73
Clean ft 400642
Office of U. S. Direct Tax Com
DISTRICT OP GEORGIA, s \
' • Savannah, bee. 13, 18G5.1
Owners of Lots, Lamlrt and Implements in Ihe
ci(y of Savannah, Ga., are notified that the Tax Roll for
•aid city Is competed, and tfoe taxes due thereon may
l>e pi.d co in uii'lenfigmd wittiin sixty (00; days fi<»ra
this date, at our office, noitD-weat corner of South
Br ad aud Lincoln atreeta, in said city of Savannah.
For nwn-paymtnt of the Lax, the Act of Congress
proaci ib.*H a forfeiture of the property taxed to the
Office hoars from 9 to 12 a. m., and 2 to 5 p. m.
T. P. ROBB,
S. A. PANCOAST,
J. C BATES,
U. 8. Direct Tax Commissioner*, Diet.
dla-tf oi Georgia.
SAVANNAH NATIONAL BANK, \
December 9th, ISCS /
An election for six Directors, to manage the affaire
of this Bank for one year, will be held at the Bunking
House on the second Tuesday iu .January next, being
the 9th day ol the month. Polls open from 10 o’clock
a. m. t<> 2 o’clock p. ra.
dl2-lawlm JACOB SPIVEY, Cashier.
To flic Voters of Cliutlium County.
I respectfully aunouDce myself a caudi
iate for re-eleClioti to the office of Sheriff of
Chatham County, and ask your support at
the , January election.
If . Benjamin L. Cole.
Notice to Ladies.
\f ’ME DFMOREST’S Branch of Fashion*, with
Patteru* ol every style of Dress, by Mr*. Vick,
| ligßrytn fttreel n2fl-im
Savannau, ll'*’ 4, 1465.
/ \NK IWnntn aher date, 1 will mekr ii|qitir«llol, to
V/ iDu ntil.wta of iliu Atlantic and. (lull li. It Com
pany (or rntn-wst of scrip of ton Hliun-s T |e-r cent,
giiei iiuU r.l etocU ol said company scrip boiiiß 1.-i
0a the uiglil ul thu ‘Jttli January, 1865. Scrip No. 8,
for live Glares, Aucml 'Hi, Ism ; Kcrip No. *.», (or five
sliutes, Sept, Ills, lsil ,
dU-WAslm" A. K MOltRRn..
CENTHAI. It H AHANKINtICO, I
Savstiliuli, lie, ember k, I Sit*, f
Ordered liy Uie Hoard of DireiTnrs Hist uo lumliet
am umbel rliall be iransiairlsd over the Coinpany's
road, n< epl by spe Id iouliai'l with the S\i|ierin
teilgegl GKO A, lH yliKli, I'a.titer
Most ul ike plaltona cars iff Iks romps ny lieing
sinpiuyiMl Ui iisivmg nos, and lies ha icbnlMiug Uie
ruflt, Wgl ptevi nl Iks hauling of wend ami Inm'-si,
e,espl lit HtolM qnaatiM
iifeUHuK W AHAMto
iIU euAJw W»Nstai Kap'i.
Not U ii«
Cu,N*|t4NKMa par alsawshqi Wftftft so m uMM
* mi b« alien I lo lid ,i I Spin .I, 111 in. o * ,1.
MfHVM HUM MW
I ATfEHnON, BOYSI "
You are forbidden to fire cracker*, squills, and
1 other firework* on the public street* rr on tbe *!de-
I walks, but will be |>i-rmitied to amuse yourselves in
, the sqaares, provided it is *.a s< oompauied with an
: uoyance t<> paasers by. Boufirt* will not be allowed,
j Tlie Police will arrest and carry to the Guard House
; all viohiu-rs of ihe above.
By order of tb - Mayor.
R. H. ANDERSON.
diO-3 Chief ul Police.
Wt have on hand a prime article of u City Milla”
STAN DA HD EXTKA FLOUR, which wo will
j avll low, to dote consignment.
<lecl6-tf 82 Hay street.
BRV> n , HARTRIDGE A CO. Jmve removed to
fr.3 Bay street, in City Hotel building, next to
“Oar House." • *llO-1
LAND FOR SALE.
4 TRACT-containing one thousand acres of heavily
timbered Piue Land, lying one mile from tku
Ogeechoe river and four mile* Dublin,in Laurens
county. Apply to Ueorgc A. McClesky, at Savauuab,
w M. F. BKL’CK,
• dIC Mlilvlllc, Burke coanty, Qa.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
Will be Sold at auction THIS DAY, at 10 o’clock, in
front of store:
10 cases Boots, Goiters aud Balmorals
lo cutes assorted Hats dIG
pONSIGNEES per ntesunsbip RICHMOND, from
Baltimore, will please send for tbeir gooda to
day, or tho same will be stored at tbeir expense.
UROCnfE & WEST, Agents.
. STEAMSHIP LINE.
The flue steamship
J. S. COXY, Commauder,
Will sail for the above port on
Sunday, De-!. ITtU, at —a. m.
For freight or passage, apply to
RICHARDSON A BARNARD,
dld-1 Bay street, opposite Mariner’s Church.
o K BALES. For sale bv
RICHARDSON A BARNARD.
AIA2 Bay st., opposite Marinars 1 Church.
VERMONT BUTTER! ”
IH FIRKINS, prime. For sale by
1, 7 RICHARDSON & BARNARD,
and 16-2 Bay slreel, opiiosite Marim.-ra’ Clinrch.
flfk BARRELS. For sale by
RICHARDSON & BARNARD,
dlO-2 Bay street, opposito Mariners’ Church.
Lumber & Commission
No. 9 STODDARD S LOWER RANGE,
Hay Street, Savannah,
WOM A N .
fpEMALES, owing to the peuliar and important re
lations which they sustain—their peculiar or
ganisation, and the officea they perform—are subject
to mauy sufferings and ailments peculiar to the sex.
Freedom from these contributes iu no small degree to
their happiiiH|4s and welfare, for none can be happy
who are ill. Not only so, but no one ol these various
female complaints efiu long be suffered to run ecu
withaut involving the general health of the individual, I
and ere long producing permanent sickness aud pre
mature decline. Nor is it pleasant to consult a pUy-.
siciun for the relief of these tarioua delicate affections,
and only upon the most urgent necessity will a Uiie
woman so far sacrifice her greatest charm rs to tW
this. The sex will then thunk us for placing in their
hands simple specifics which will be found efficacious
in Relieving and curing almost every one of those
troublesome complaints peculiar to the sex.
HELMBOLD S EXTRACT OX BUCHU.
Hundreds sutler on in silence, aud hundreds of
others apply vainly to druggists and doctors, who
either merely tantalize them with the hope of a cure
or apply remedies which make them worse. I would
not wien to assert anything that would do injustice
to the ufflictcd, but 1 rnn obliged to say that although
it may be produced from excessive exhaustion of tne
powers of life, by laborious employment, unwhole
some aiiwnrd food, profuse menstruation, the use of
tea and coffee, and frequent childbirth, ll is far often
er caused by direct irritation, applied to the mucous
membrane of the vagina itself.
When reviewing the cuuses of these distressing
complaints, it is most painful to couiemplate Che at
tendant evils consequtut upon them. It is but simple
jnslice to the subject to enuu erate a lew of the many
additional causes which so largely affect the life,
health, and happiness of woman in all classes of so
ciety, aud which, coiKscquently, affect, more or leas
directly, the welfare of the entire human finally. The
mania that exists for precocious education and mar
riage, causes the years that nature designed for cor
poreal development to be wasted and perverted in the
restraints of dress, the early confinement of school,
aud especially iu the unhealthy excitement of the
hall-room. Thus, with the body nail clothed and the
mind unduly excited by pleasure, perverting in mid
night revel the hours designed by natuie for sleep
and rest, the work of destruction la half accom
I consequence of this early srtrain upon her system,
unnecessary effort is required by th« delicate votary
to retain her situation iu school at a later day, thus
aggravating the evil. When one excitement is over,
another in prospective keeps the mind, morbidly sen
sitive to impressiou, while the now constant restraint
of tflshionable dress, bbsolutely forbidding the exer
cise indispensable to the attainment and retention of
organic#ealtii aud strength; the exposure to night
air; the sudden change of temperature; the com
plete prostration produced by * xcemvc danciug must,
ol fiecesatty, produce their legitimate effect. At last
ail early marriage caps the climax of misery, aud the
unfOrluuato one, hitheitoso utterly regardless of the
plain dictates and remonstrances of her delicate na
ture, becomes an unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. This is but a truthful picture or the experi
ence of thousands of thousands of our young women.
Long before the ability to exercise tue functions of
the generative organs, they require an education of
their peculiar nervous system; composed of what is
called tho tissue, which Is, in common with the fe
male breast and lips, evidently under the control of
mcutnl emotions and associations at an early period
o. life ; and, as we shall subeequeuUy see. these emo
tion-, when excessive, lead, long before puberty, to
habits which sap the very life of thed victims ere ua
turc has sell-completed their development.
For female weakuess and debility,, whites or lou
eofrhffi i, too pi-uluso, exhausting, too long continued
periods, for prolapsus and hearing down, or prolapsus
uteri, we offer the most perfect spcciffe known; tUnu
uou>’x Compound Extract or Duout.
Directions lot' u*e, diet, aud advice accompany.
Females in every norh*t of life, frsui infancy to ex
treme old a*e, will find it n remedy to aid uaturo iu
thu discharge of its lum Uouft.
direngthls the gloiy of uuubood and wojuauhood.
HIXMBOLDS EXTRACT UUCTIU
Is mois sir'UgllirmuE limn any ol Did j.r. psrnlions
ul bark ur Iron, lunitlUJy satui, ..ml urorc iiluasuul.
IIICIAIBOUVH EXTRACT BUCHU,
tmvliilj rndTvuil lln> i iiAarsmusni of thu most i-romi
ssnt m*ioi4« IS run I'sitsn MT.tss, IS lluw I.to rsd
to uMinimt buimutuy »• •mi trtu. cm « (oi His follow
ing ilbu sMs sml i-yiniiluuis, lioiu wlulsvsr asms*
M< nisi su<l ITiysi. sl Ik-pri .slob,
listi'Mulnalloii ul litussG to lbs Uwol
l oMIUs. 4 lil. ss,
lUsHusMmks sod Hl.iiqttosstisw sl Nlgkl,
AifMi.v. “f KsomlSAKA.ilSty,
laws of A)>to>(ll*i ft
liisoigsois.iiub »M Csfsiytos us ilw is
,si.c *rf Gsuyi slmi, _
l'.i| i«G,a, u< ik. Mssrt,
Aud, Is Is* 1. tol Gw .wiMsMoitooto us s toutuu* ts-l
IMstotoslaU SUM* ol ft, t|SU.H
OFFICE BEPOf COMMISSARY, 1
Ns Vann Ih. Gvorgi*. December 6, l-fti- I
SKALKD Proposal* to fUrr;i.-li the •Toop* at this
P. at with fresh Beef for three iiiooUts, ctMnmeiit--
tng Jauu*r> 1, 18t;6, aud emling March 31, 1866, will
be received *■ tills office until 12 M., Dec. 20. IsCV
Tbe Beeftnlieof good markeiaiile quality, exclu
■rvc of necks aud shank*, aud delivered trl-weekly.
'lTte proposals to lie made In duplicate.
Ml. A. DARUSfI,
deed Capt. and C. S. Vols.
TOTHK VO-rKHfiUFCHATHAM COCNTY
I announce myself as a candidate for tlie
office of TAX COLLECTOR of Chatham
county, and resjyeclfully solicit the vote* of
my friend?. - >
noY‘‘2-4d ALEX. F. BENNETT.
CJSNTRAI. R. R. AND BANKING C 6. j
OF GEORGIA, V
.Savauirahi Dec. 4, 1,1866. f
An Section for nine Director* to manage the af
fair* of the Company for the ensuing year will bo held
at the Banking House, iu Savannah (second Btoryj, on
Tuesday, the 2d of January, 1866, between the hours
Os 10 a m. aud 1 p. ra.
Stockholders only wno have held stock for ninety
day* immediately preceding the day of election are
entitled to vote.
Stockholders, upon presentation of their stock cer
tificate* to the conductors of train*, will be passed
to and from the election over the Company’s load,
free. GEORGE A. CDYLER,
TO THK F.LFCTORB OF CHATHAM CO.
Gentlemen : Having been requested by
numerous friends to allow my name to bs
used for the office of Sheriff of Chatham
county, I have the honor toaunounce myself
as a candidate for that position, and respect
fully solicit your suffrage.
ntT-tf CHARLES J, WHITE.
A Cure For Leaky Hoof’s.
Savannah, Dec. 11th, 1866.
Messrs. Dillon A Taylor. Painters, 69 Bay Street:
It gives me pleasure to state. In reply to yonr in
quires, and In Justice to your firm, that your Linseed
Oil Cemeut is an entire success. The tin roofs of my
houses beipg prouounced beyond repair, by a well
known tinsmith of this city, I was induced to try
your Linseed Oil Cement, which lias exceeded my
expectations as a waterproof coating for roots. Alter
20 years experience as Master Builder, I have found
qothing to equal It.
dl2-6t L. SOLOMON, 145 Broughton street,
ty-q, SLATE ROOFS also put in thorough REPAIR.
To tlie Voters of Cliuttium County.
THE undersigned is a candidate for re-election to
the office or Clerk ot the Superior and Inferior
Court*, and respectfully solicits your suffrages.
•112-10* WM. H.JBULLOCH.
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE
Tho Original and heat in tho World! The only true
aud perfectflair Dyo. Harmless, Reliable aud Instan
taneous. Produces immedmte.y a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without injuring the hair or skin.
Remedies the ill effect* of bad dye*: Hold by all Drug
gists. The geuuiue is signed William A. Batchelor.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OP MILLEFLEURS,
For Restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
aul4-ly CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York.
Lamps, Chandelier*, Brackets, Harp Hangers, Mile
Backs, Side Lamps, with and without Reflectors; Fan
cy Hall Lamps, Lanterns, Bases, Pegs and Fonnts-
Patont Glass Cones, Burners, Globes, Chiuuilcs aud
Wick, DRUGGISTS’ FLINT A GREEN GLASS, Crock
ery Dealers’ and Confoctlouere’ GLASSWARE. Goods
of alt kinds made to order. KEROSENE OIL.
JAMES T. WRIGHT,
225 Greenwich Btreet, Two doom below Barclay, N. Y
COLLECTOR S OFFICE, U. S. INTER
First District of Georgia, l
Savannah, Dec. 12, 1865. j
All persons who applied to the Assessor for Li
censes before December first, are requested to call
anti get them at the Collector’s Office.
dl3 3 A. N. WILSON, Col.
TO THE CITIZENS OF CHATHAM CO.
I RESPECTFULLY announce myself as a Candidate
for the Office of Tax Collector at the election in
January next, aud humbly solicit your support.
n’JTAi EDWARD POWER.
Hall’* Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer
Has proved ltseif to be the most perfect preparation
for Ihe hair ever offered to ihe public.
It i* a vegetable compound, and contains no Injuri
ous properties whatever.
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIG
It will keep the hair from falling out.
It cleanse* the scalp and makes the hair soft, lus
trous and silken.
It is a splendid hair dressing.
No person, old or yonug; should fail to use it.
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY THE
FIRST MEDICAL AUTHORITY.
gar Ask for Fall’* Vegetable Sicilian Ha i Renewcr,
aud take no other.
R. P. HALL & CO.,
Nashua, N. H„ Proprietors.
For sale by all druggists.
BARNES, WAED A CO.,
H New Orleans, La.,
n23 6m Southern Wholesale Agents.
MOODY & BARRETT,
Steam Soap Works,
GLYCERINE, BROWN WINDSOR, VIO
LET, BAR AND TOILET SOAPS
OF EVERY DESCRIP
MESSRS. Momly * BnrTett would rsspectfully au-
Qoumw to tho tnibli'* that thi-y huvu just opened
STEAM SOAP WORKS,
and «ro fully prepared to fill ail orders ior the follow
ing Bar aud Toilot Soaps;
PALE 60 AF, EXTRA No. 1,
EXTRA No. 1 RESIN
or YELLOW SOAP,
Also, n large v.rlely of Toilet Soaps, comprising
Nn hs!ua will he spurt'd lu isske oar hospe equsl Ih
queJliy. prtsssud iswfmsc tossy AiusrtiusS w Kor
rigs dusps W«i rnntiu shall lw "s, is,,sr Osw." »ml
•lluouds wM eqaslln quslllf Shd plWs In AmSflisu
ur Puisiuu nwhuih«lu'k. ehsir lw rtourusd suh to >sey
rui uiuHiht PMi k i*Aiw pok rAWAiw anii
11,4 ms tdUiMss-l l N'U'Ml A NtKNRTT, us 1. I
uMI M4MIIM A ' G , WUI l- klfs pi««upf htoliwtou
dksle sltouftuh, dtofhA
J* Ti * Tr ?’ * Booreaiu'i edeoruted Port
able Egg N“gg. ready for immediate uae, and
m For C MtSc < ff i tffr *, i f| | V^t u by ihe old alylc.
(i1 _ M. J. SOLOMONS A 00.,
_ 1 inu Jon Hi' Block. Bay Htr**et.
A SMALL lot only, prime article,
du ~ u t HAB. L. COLBY A CO.
BY a young mail, who has had the mauairement of
cotton plantations and tbe during the
piu>t two yeais, a situation as Ovot-cer or Assistant
Manager. The very best of reference* furnished.—
al!s '’ i Savannah Post Office,
BEST Gorhen Table, in tnbs and firkins.
uls - tf CHAR. L. COLBY & CO.
CONSTANTLY on hand, Oak Wood, at Dock
Orders left at this office will be attended to
IHL ENGLISH POTATOES
ARE riow landing from the “County of Picton.”—
Price, ten dollars for ten hampers—cash to ac
company the ordei>
CHARLES GREEN A SON,
No. 12 Bay street,
dl3-tw Stoddard's Lower Range.
J. N. WILSON.
S. E. comer Broughton and Whitaker Str*.,
Sir Copying done with the greatest caro. . dl4
OFFICE CHIEF COMMISSARY, )
DlYartment ot Georgia, f
Augusta, Ga., Dec. 9, 1865. )
SEALED MIOPOSALS, which must be in duplicate
with ot this advertisement attached to
each, will bo received at this office until 12 o’clock,
M.. Friday, Dec. 22d, 1865, for supplying FRESH
BEEF, of good and marketable quality, in equal pro
portions ot fore and hind quarter meat, for issue to
the troops and others supplied by the Government
with rations, at the following named posts in ihe
Department of Georgia—Augusta, savannah, Atlan
ta and Macon, aud at all posts drawing supplies
from tile above named posts. Contract to be In force
six months, commencing on the Ist day of January,
1000, and ending the 30th day or June, 1866, or such
less time as the Commissary General of Subsistence
Payment will be made monthly, Or as early there
after as funds may be received tiierelor, and In such
funds as may be furnished bv the United States.
Separate tiids will he received for each of the above
posts, or one bid may include them all.
No bids will be entertained from persons who como
under the exceptions ol tho President's Amnesty
Proclamation ; Nor wUI bids, in which such persons
are interested, either directly or iudireciiy, be re
ceived, unless they can produce the pardon of the
President. Ilidsf.om all other persons undersold
Proclamation must be accompanied by the Amnesty
Proposals must he accompanied by a proper guar
antee, signed by two responsible persons, slating
that if a contract is awarded, they will enter bonds
for the faithful fulfillment of the contract.
The undersigned reserves the right to reject any
and all bids offered.
Endorse envelope* ’• Proposals for Fresh Beef,”
aud address the same to tlie undersigned.
J AMES MCDONALD,
d!4-8t Capt, c. S., Augusta, Ga.
L M. & C. f; WEST,
CT ROCERS, LIBERTY STREET, between Barnard
J and Whitaker, have just opened, and will keep
constantly on hand, a full assortment of Choice Gro
N. B.—A. M. Wkst, formerly of Mather A West,
South Broad sn-eet. dl4-5*
PROF. DIETZ, PH. DR.,
FRENCH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE
Dr. Arnot.t>, Mayor of Savannah
Prof. Cann, Superintendent City Public Schools
Rev. Mr Kino, Savannah
Rev. Mb Cozdt, Savannah
i . Right Rev. Buuiof Lynch, Charleston
Gen. Bkaurkuakd, New Orleans.
Prof. Lubber, Superintendent of Public Educa
CT Inquire at Chatham Academy Building.
A C BARRELS sound Winter Apples, per steamablp
Nevada, mi consignment and for s;ile by
CUNNINGHAM, PURSK A CO.,
(116-3 Bay st., opposite Mariners’ Church.
LEMONS AND RAISINS.
LANDING from steamship Virgo 25 boxes superior
Lemous and 50 boxes Raisins.
For »sl« low by
RUE, WHITNEY A CO ,
dls-B Harris’ Block,
IN a good locality, suitable for four persons? aud
Apply to or address
COMSTOCK & KINSEY,
dls-tf 154 Bay street.
IN barrels aud kits, prime quality.
dl3-tf CHAS. L. COLBY A CO.
CA BARRELS Crushed A, B and C Sngara
o" ‘2O boxes White,Cuba Sugar
20 bugs’ .lava and Rio Coffee
10 barrels choice Syrup
3o barrets Pilot rind Navy Bread
30 barrels choice Family' Flour
HPhoxe* Family, Pale and No. 1-Soap
20 boxes Sperm ami Adamantine Candles
20 cases assorted P ckles
to cases English do
10 cases Worcestershire, Chutney and other
5 cases best Sweet Oil
60 whole, half, and qflarter boxes Raisins
26 drums New Figs
10 cases Prunes, Maccaroni, Vermicelli
For sale by
d6 eoU2w CLAUHOKN A CUNNINGHAM.
TUE tuideniianf'l begs to inform ibe public that
ho has l«een appouited A cent for thu Stales ol
Uuorgm and South Carolina to unit
SHAW A CLARK'S
Celebrated Sewing Machines.
These Machine, urn cheaper and better than uuy
Other., now iu use. Also,
FISU'H NEWLY PATENTED
These Usitlsra are mlupird lo conklug, Uessiliir »u«l
llUhTtng, and are the mosl economleal npparuins oi
lbs kind in use. . .. h A
Knit purculsre, w! h circulars, idc., ean !>• # 0 on
application in tin undoi'sluueil. "ku
Pur hsis by ike Agents.
M J, HOUIMONB * 10 ,
,llhi( Jones' lileeb, I ley eleuel
f|*WG Hiss PUtilsUoqe <ss. hstenneb < I vet kltoWh
I us I olsfslns ami TuodeHc, Mb lbs piuusily
of JeMtos I'olbr des seewl
April iu ilu uudrisiMoud, gt Uto • •• > of UiefJeu
tlfi UAlfif M rI'VJ IH
did lu' feeiMlui
Jf av a u na li T li «; atr e.
lasMCe. slid Manager*,. M-iWa. k.txond A H*uu.to«
i.VfIKUAY kYlkUSto DKC. io.
W. H. Crisp's successful adaptation of Scott’s
LADY OF THE LAKE.
Jama, Fits Jamee M r. T. Hamilton
The celebrated Drama of
Jack Sheppard .....; Mis* M. B. Gordon
01 ‘ UMir
A NUMBER of tlie Benevolent Ladles of this city
reeling a lively lmereat in the welfare of the Fe
male Orphans, dependant for support ou the charitv
of the good Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy, will give a
1-air, during the week immediately precedingOhrlsi
inas, opening ou Monday, the 18th, and closing on
the 23d lust., lit St. Andrews Hall.
The attention of the public generally, aud of those
es|welally Intending to pure base Christmas Cifts ts
(’aileg to the large number of fancy articles, many of
w jyJS ol the sisters’ pupils, that wUI be for
sale at the (lmereat Fair tables. dll -t24
A FAIR will be held by the Ladles or Savannah at
the Firemen's Hall, South Broad street, ou the
12th, 13th, and 14tb of December, for the benefit or
Doors will be opened on Tuesday afternoon at 4
A LARGE and elegant assortment ol French, Eng
lish and Bohemian Ware, consisting of
DINNER. TEA, TOILET, COLOGNE AND LIQUOR
SETS, Ac., Ac.,
s tltahlo lor Holiday Presents.-
QUEEN SW ARE HOUSE,
10» Broughton street, second door from the corner of
dT-tf E. D. SMYTH A CO.
Eight Bales Cotton.
TATE have Eight (8) Bales Cotton picked up In Sa-
V» vaunah River. The owner, proving property and
allowing the usual salvage can have same if applied
fortvlthin ten days, otherwise they will be sold to
pay e.Xjieuses. The bales arc unmarked aud iu very
bad order. U 9-10 E. V. WADE A CO.
Gso. It Chump, Wii, A. Wright,
Augusta, Georgia. Late of Richmoud, Vs.
m. it. n & co.,
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Lipors, Tobacco, Segars,
HALTED FISH, & c .
209 Broad St.,, Augusta, Ga,
tr Will purchase and sell on Commission Cottok,
Toiiaooo, Produce, and Mkrouandise of every de
Refer* to the Merchants aud Bankers of Auguata,
Ga., Richmoud. Va., and Jno. C Ferrill, Esq., De-
Witt A Morgan, Gaden A Uncklc*. A. A. Solomons A
Cos., J. T. Paterson A Cos., R. Molina, Esq., Savannah,
THE undersigned have this day formed a copsrt
nership for the transaction gs s general com
mission, shipping and forwarding business, under the
name of Laßoche A West.
Isaac and Laroche.
JAMES B. WKST.
Office, Jones’ Block, ,
Savannah, Dec. 1, 1361. dll-6
Salt, Coal and -AJe.
5000 Sarcks Liverpool Salt.
100 cnsk9 Jeffrey’s Ale.
100 tuna Liverpool Orrel Coal.
Per ship iMozart, auel lor sale bv
till lw . i. R. & J. G. aMILLS.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SON'S
No. 211 \V asliington-St.,
•*epl9 NKW YORK. 3m
30, XV lU'f AKER STREET.
PRUNES. Raisins, Oranges, Lemons, Citron, Cur
rants, English Pipserves, Jams ami Jellies, Pre
serve Ginger, Mushroous, Truffles. Assorted English
and American Pickles, English and French Mustard,
Tomato aud Walnut Catsups, Worcester Sauce,
Fl ench and Spanish Olties Capers, canned Meat* aud
canned Fruit* ol all descriptions. Assorted Candies,
Fig paste, Xnts in variety. Smoked Salmon, English
dairy American Swis and Limberger Cheese, Cavluna
No. i family Mackerel in kits, Wax, Sperm, Adaman
tine Candles anil Tapers, Spices of all kinds.
Choice Hams, Tongues, breakfast Bacon, <fic, all
grade* Sugar, Java, Muscovado, and Rio Coffee.
Splendid assortment Teas, Green, Gunpowder blaek
and English breakfast Teas, Ac., choice Butter, Lard,
Sweet Oil. all description of Soaps, plain and fancy.
A large-assortment, viz : Martel ami other grades of
Brandy* Irish Scotch, auct Bonrbu Whiskey, Madei
ra, Clianipaigne, C-herrj', Port and Other Wiucs, Cor
dials of all kinds. Schnapps’ Bitters, &c. Everything
that taste can wish or uppettt* desire. Give me a
Just received by recent arrivals from Boston, New
York, and Baltimore, a fine assortment of all kinds
Wooden and Willow Ware, suitable for housekeep
Whabf lots and farm
A VALUABLE Lot of Land, comprising two hun
dred acres on Hutchinson’s Island, nearly op
posite the Charleston Wharf, iu this city, with a irjut
age on tho river and extending acro?o the island to
Hack river, is ofiered for sale at favorable terms. The
river frontage presents as eligible sites for wharf
fronts as can bt found on the river. The land is ot a
rich, alluvial character* not excelled in
any bottom-lands in the country, and suitable ior tne
culture of corn or cotiou. the raising of mMrkct veget
ables or grass— three crops being giown in the 6easou
without difficulty. . *_
This rare chance for obtaining a valuable property »
offered on the most advantageous terms, and part oi
the purdr.MO mouey cm remain on bond and mort
gage. Apply to NOBLB LYON,
dlStJl 165 Broughton st., Savannah.
E. W. MARSH & CO.,
C’oruer of Cougreas and Whitaker Streets,
Have thoroughly refilled their establishment, sod
replenished with u general assortment of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, ratent Me
illrinee, I'uliils,Oils, Gnrdcugeede,
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they aollutt tbs patronage of tliclr friends.
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