lOC 1L MITT ER 8.
gliisEK DIRECTORY OP SAY ANN\H.
We publish this morning a column and moer ofbri -f
t u . me ss announcements, carefully claasifled, under
. 7 general head of “Savannah Business Directory.”
ji includes some forty leading bus ness men and
nrms of Savannah. We propose to retain this as a
v cruiar feature of the Herald. The expense of In
serting cards in this department of the paper is very
-mall, and we believe the advertisers will receive
more than a proportionate benefit. Parties wishing
to have their cards included in this Directory, can do
hr sending them to our counting room, or hund
mg them to Mr. M. J. Diviui, who is authorised to
receive them. Prepayment will be invariably re
From APGCSTa. —On Stturday afternoon last, the
steamer Amazon, Capt. Richard Johnson, arrived
rom Augusta, having on hoard a full freight and a
>ar ge number of passengers. We are indebted to Mr.
james M. Farr and Mr. Wm. Gibbons, the gentleman
lv clerks, for favors.
To the mercantile community and the travelling
public, the Amazon has proved of great service in
the present scarcity of light draught steamers, to ply
on the, Savannah River. She ,is well officered In
every respect. Her commander, Capt. Richard John
son, was lor many years in charge of the Steamer
Swan, and subsequently Agent of the Excel Line of
l'p River steamers. Capt. Johnson is assisted by
Capt.'Joseph Morgan, late of the Steamer Lawton,
and by Capt. Robert Wallace, both careful and skil
ful gentlemen, experienced In river navigation. The
dowirward cargo of the Amazon comprised 1,100
bales Upland cotton, 300_ bales Domestics, 2 horses
On Thursday mona* last, at 8 o’clock, the Ama»
;oa left the wharf On her way down
s be passed the following boats bcuud up :
Friday, o’clock A. M., Steamer General Berry,
at Lower Mouth of Kiug Creek. 3 P. M., passed
Steamer Gen. Shepley at Mosquito Bar. 7 o’clock,
passed Steamer Helen at Parachuckla. Messrs. Er
win A - Hardee, Merchants, long and favorably known
m Savannah, are the Agents of the Amazon.
Personal.— Col. Cnas. L. Schlatter, the President
of the Brunswick and Florida Railroad, is at the Pu
laski House. Col. S. is eh route for New York to
make arrangements for the rebuilding of his road.
Previous to the war this'road had been completed to
the Junction, ninety-eight miles from Savannah—a
distance of ninety-live miles from Brunswick.
The Hon. Jas. M. Martin, Provisional Governor of
Florida, left this city on Saturday morning by the
steamer Fountain for the “Land of Flowers.”
* Suicide of a Young Woman.— On Friday night a
young woman, living on Chariton street, committed
suicide by taking laudanum. Surgeon Snow anil
other physicians were called, but too late to save her
life. She expired at eight o’clock Saturday morning,
having been insensible from the time of taking the
poison. A quarrel with a lover Is believed to have
occasioned the act. Gen. Davis has issued an order
forbidding the sale of poisons, except on the prescrip
tion of a respectable physician.
PERSONAL.—The numerous friends of our worthy
host, Coolidge, of the Marshall House, will be shock
ed to learn that he had the misfortune, at the recent
opening of ids billiard saloon, to have his 1 knocked
out by a double-barrelled pun. He is, however, con -
valescent, and will be pleased to see Ids frieudß and
the public as usual.
From New York.— The steamship Constitution,
Capt. Greeuman, arrived at an early hour yesterday
morning at the dock in this city, from New York.
We are indebted to Mr. W. “Coachman, Parser, for
full files of New York papers.
Steamer for Augusta.— Attention is directed to
the advertisement of Messrs. Erwin & Hardee, an
nouncing the departure of the steamer Amazon for
Augusta, on the Bth Inst.
DISTRICT PROVOST COURT—BEFORE LIEUT. COL. ROBT.
P. YORK, DISTRICT PROVOST MARSHAL.
Savannah, Aug. sth, 1865.
Upon the petition of J. R Saussey, Esq„ Attorney
tor Mrs. Sarali S. Mann, praying that she may be al
lowed to occupy and control southern half of lot No.
10. First Tythmg, Oglethorpe .Ward, N. E. corner State
and Drayton streets, in the city of Savannah. The
following endorsement was entered: Permission
granted as asked, provided that any part of it, which
may lie occupied by any United States authorities be
not interfered with.
S. Cronk vs. Timothy Luddey—judgment for plain
tiff iu the sum of »3o and costs of suit, obtained in
District Provost Court, July 15th, 1865, with orders
from Judge Parsons to pay the same by the Ist day
oi August, 1866. This is an action brought by plain
tiff to compel defendant to pay the amount of judg
ment anil costs, or to obtain an order to levy upoil
ins personal effects, in answer to which defendant
files lus affidavit suiting his inability to pay on ac
count of sickness of himself and family. Upon mo
tion of defendant’s counsel, it was ordered that a
farther period of ten days be granted the defendant,
in winch time he must make efforts to pay at least a
portion of his indebtedness, aud the costs of suit.
Ron. Philip M. Russell counsel for plaintiff.
Patrick K. binds vs. Henry Bandy.—Unlawfully re
turning possession of premisses. Iu the above case it
was ordered that the defeudant vacate the premises
before the Ist day of September, or be forcibly ejected
by the Provost Marshal, back rents cannot be col
lected by this office. It was further ordered that de
leuaam pay the costs of suit. Hon. Philip MMiussell,
counsel for plaintiff.
Patrieg K. bhieis vs. Wm. McClellan.—Unlawfully
retaining possession of premises. In the above ease
it was ordered tiiat the defendant vacate the house
HOW ocupied by him before August 28, or be forcibly
ejected by the Provost Marshal of the sub-district;
aud mat lie pay the costs of suit. And it appearing
itiat the del'euuant has confessed the offence of sell
ing liquor without license, it was ordered that he
pay a line of twenty live dollars, or, in default thereof,
suffer imprisonment of thirty days in the common
jail of Ciiatiiain county, to be ted only upon bread
mid water. The fine being paid, the prisoner was
discharged from custody. Hon. Philip M. Russell,
counsel lor plaintiff. Hon. Thomas E. Lloyd tor de
James Monahan vs. Mrs. McArnell.—Unlawfully
retaining possession of pt causes, and keeping ilisor-,.
fieri} house. Alter a carelul examination of a number
of witnesses m the above case the defendant was
ordered to vacate the premises before the 2oth Au
gust, or be forcibly ejected by the Provost Mashal of
the Sub-District, and that she pay all costs of suit.
And it appearing from the testimony adduced that
Mrs. Arnell, the defendant, has sold liquor in viola
tion of orders.it is hereby ordered, that she pay a
hue ot fifty dollars, or upon failure to do so, that she
he cnmined in the common jail of Chatham County
fur thirty flays, to he fed upon rations furnished by
the Government only. And it also appearing from the
e\ ideuce in the case that Janies Monahan did act as
Agent, ur was indirectly implicated in the selling of
liquor by the delendaut m violation of orders, it
was further ordered that the said James Monahan do
pay a flue of twenty-five dollars lor the offence,
or oe confined in the Chatham Couuty jail, lor the
term of thirty days. And it was lurther ordered that
tile above named parties have until Monday the 7th
August, 12 o’clock M., to pay their respective fines.
Counsel for Plaintur, Hon. Thos. E. Lloyd, for Defen
dant, Hon. M. Benedict.
bl B-DISTRICT OF TJIE OOEECHEK —CAPTAIN JAMES E.
SMITH, PROVOST MARSHAL.
Savannah, Aug. 5,1805.
■ l mted States vs. John Malian—making disturbance
|.J in me street and resisting the Sergeant of the Guard,
§ August 4th, Ibß6 ; plea, guilty, n was ordered that
1 me prisoner be confined ten days in the county jail.
I , baited states vs. J. S. Short—insulting a Limed
I Slates oificer un or about the 4th day of August, 1805;
£ Vlea not guilty. Jt was ordered that he be confined
I “i the city guard house uutil the Geueral Command
■ mg the Sub-District orders his release.
■ t-uiteu States vs. J. D. Howell—seditious language
■ and insulting a L'nitcd States oillcer on or about tne
■ uih day ol' August. 1865 : plea not guilty. It was or
m aereu that the delendaut be lined in the sum of two
-j| hundred and fifty dollars, or be confined for six
f months, and to be sent out of the District,
k* v. u States vs. John Mooney—drunkenness and
muking disturbance in the streets on or about the Jd
day of August, 1866, at Savannah, it was ordered
l Jj* l *he Prisoner be lined ten dollars and confined
till the fine is paid.
United States vs. John Gregory, Tom, Jim and Bob
(all colored)—larceny of silver ware from Mrs. H. M.
Montmoiin in Effingham countv : plea guilty, except
John. John. Tom and Bob to be discharged : Jim to
be returned to city guard house.
PULASKI HOUSE, AUGUST 6.
kMlbt* 14 Me Vols Lt J Henderson, FtPulaski
D T Castleliem, Augusta Lt W H Cronk, Jr, do
W Campbell, Hilton Head Lt M I) Wells, do
E Mulligan, do JH Jentzen and ladv
Capt Tucker, Florida Atlanta
J L Savage, Jacksonville W C Hendry, Concord, Fla
SEA ISLAND HOUSE iIfILTON HEAD) AUG. 4.
J L Puffer Capt and |Lt J S Bergen, Savannah
A A Q M, Charleston Maj G Weeks, do
Capt c H CoXj Savannah G C Matthews, do
J Parker, do
J S Clark, Beaufort Coi w H Chapman,
L K Millett do 26 Mass Vols
f £ Orvia, do D S Scott, 8 Ind Vols
Hilton Head Capt J Kelly. 160 N Y Vols
H H Lathrop, St Helena T C MacDeanned, US N
J M Davis, Station Creek Coi M R Holbrook.
£ , d0 173 N Y Vols
Capt Conrady, 173 N Y V
£\Y PSA, M D iLt J F Upham, 26 Batt,
C R Hnut, Capt and Massachusetts
' AAQ M, Charleston |J Kerly, Hilton Head
S L Woodford, H Head leapt J D Roche,
J P Rox, 6 U S Inf i2 Conn Vols
D S Scott, 8 Ind Vols J R Hinman, U SN
B B Guemby, 26 US C T |j Wright, do
PORT ROYAL HOUSE (HILTON HEAD) AUG. 4.
S S Solomons, Charleston W F Rives, Savannah
Capt Smith, do J Walsh do
Mrs Farrel, do Wm Patterson,
Mrs Spaulding, do J Johnson,
D D Leon, do Lt S R Pettie, Ft Pulaski
R A Bailey, S Helena Lt A Masorhett, do
Miss E A Homer, do L F Cummings, 30 Me Vols
C M Gage, Nashua, N H
Mr and Mrs Beacon, J Parker, Ho? Stew'd, USA
Charleston Lt G Hancock, Ft Pulaski
Lt T Lamber, 49 O V Vols D D Leon, Charleston
Lt A Billige, do G C Brandon, Savannah
Capt Simmons and lady, N E Fleay, do
Charleston C R Packard, do
M H Dunlap, 47 P V J S Barshaw, do
Negroes Leaving Kentucky.
The Western Citizen, published at Paris,
Kentucky, says _tbe stampede of negroes
from that sectiorfiof Kentucky is enormous.
Au announcement having been made that
tbe military authorities at that post would is
sue iree passes to the negroes, the headquar
ters of the commandant were thronged with
applicants, and on the 24th ult, the multi
tude increased, the roads being literally filled
with them. They came afoot, in wagons,
and on horseback; the young and the old,
the sick and the well, all eager f&r the inval
uable pass that was to serve as a safe con
duct from slavery to freedom. The pass
runs in this form, and, when issued, was en
dorsed, “To go to Cincinnati, Ohio.”
“ Headquarters, U. S. Forces,)
Paris, Ky., , 1865. >
“ To all ivhom it may concern:
“In pursuance of General Orders No. 49,
Headquarters Department of Kentucky, July
10, 1865, , (colored), is author
ized to pass at will in search of employment.
“All public carriers will respect this pass.
“ Commanding U. S. Forces at Paris, Ky.’
A brisk business must have been done;
for in fire days, one thousand three hundred
passes, averaging four persons to each pass,
had been issued. The same excitement was
witnessed at Lexington and- other points in
the State, where passes had been issued un
der Gen. Palmer’s order. It is probable that
not less than twenty-five thousand negroes
left Kentucky last w r eek, under passes ena
bling them to go at will in search of employ
It is stated that the Kentucky exodus tends
to Ohio. It remains to be seen whether the
Buckeyes will receive this immense emigra
tion of blacks into the bosom of their pros
Horrible Matricide. —A Ml'S. Starkweath
er and her daughter, a young girl aged four
teen, were, on Tuesday morning last, found
murdered in their beds in Oakland, a village
about six miles from Hartford, Conn. The
bodies presented a horrid sight, the victims
having been literally chopped to death with
an axe, and stabbed in many places with a
butcher's knife. The son of the murdered
woman was arrested on suspicion of having
committed the horrible act, to obtain posses
sion of four hundred dollars, which was
found in his drawer, together with the knife
which he is supposed to have used in mur
dering his mother and sister.
The Rebel Cotton Loan in England.—
The rebel cotton loan at last dates was sell
ing in Jxmdon at eight pounds ten shillings
sterling for one hundred pounds of stock.—
The loan, it will be recollected, amounted to
two millions five hundred and fifty-six thou
sand 9ix hundred pounds, or over twelve and
a half millions of dollars. It was negotiated
"at sixty to ninety pounds on the hundred, to
bear seven per cent, interest, and redeemable
in 1883 at par, or to be paid previous to that
time in cotton at sixpence per pound.
CiV- Y Herald.
The Newspaper Business in New York.—
The New York Herald publishes the follow
ing statement of receipts of the New York
daily press for the year ending January Ist,
“ Herald, $1,095,000; Times, $368,150; Tri
bune, $252,000; Evening Post, $169,427;
World, $100,000; Sun, $151,079; Express,
—The rebel Captain Wurs is the only pris
oner-of-war now confined in the Old Capitol
Prison. Col. Chapman’s departure North
within a few days, indicates that his trial has
been postponed for several weeks.
BOARD, ROOMS, &e. «
ROOMS to let,
-A-t Hilton Head, St. C v
THE Palmetto Herald Building having been Newly
Fitted Up, now offers large and airy rooms, suita
ble for Sleeping Apartments or business pnrposes.
For terms imply to W. S. Sampson, Jr., Box No. 25,
Hilton Head Post Ollicc, or on the premises, corner of
Merchants’ Row and Palmetto Avenue, from 4 o’clock
to O o'clock p. m. ju22
NORTH RIVER AGRICULTURAL
WOR K H .
GRIPPING, BROTHER A CO., Proprietors,
58 AND 00 COCBTLAND StBKKT.
Manufacturers of Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Cot
ton Sweeps, Com Mills, Cotton Gins, Ac.
Every implement Wanted by the Planter, Also,
dealers in Field and Garden Seeds. Als?, Agents lor
Bruce’s Concentrated Manure, Bone, Ac.
Send for cireular- ju2o 3m
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Saturday, Aug. 5, 1865.
Steamer U S Grant, Briggs, Hilton Head.
Sunday, Aug. 6, 1865.
Steamship Constitution, Greenman. New Y ork.
Consignees —W B Adams, Brigham. Baldwin A Cos,
G Brown, Bell A Christian, Blun A Meyer, M Beytagli,
C L Colly k Cos, Stephen Caldwell. Delynskv A Slager,
E Ehrlich, S H Kckinan, C L Gilbert, Gayden A Un
ckles, Goodwin k Brown, A Haywood, J B Howell.
Hunter A Gammell, Hess A Gutman, Jas Hughes, C
F Kentchen, Michael Lavin, J Lama. Lovell A Latti
more, ROB. Wilson. Smith A Cos, U S Sub Dept, J in
a diamond, J B, Barren A Riddell, LilienthatA Kohu,
M S Meyer, J C Maker. H W Pease, Presdee P
iu a diamond, Rner, Whitney A Cos, W Rosental, E D
Smyfhe, A A Salomons, Stewart A Cos, Bishop Verot,
J L Villalonga, J McGreggor, A Waldron, Weed A
Cornwell, Surg J L Whitaker, Halsey, Watson A Cos,
R Walsh, Mrs Platten, Mr Lazarone, W H Hollister,
B G Tilden, L C Tebeau, J R Barnum, A C in a dia
mond, R Kuntze, WCOD,W Rankin.
Passengers—B F Murphy, J McWhinney. J Savery,
O S Strickland, R H Watson, Mrs L N Watson And
child, J C Kinney, P Foster, J K Barnum, M D. J D
Parks, H J Wilson, A J Smith, S ROser, W F Smith,
J C Thompson, Lewis Davis aud lady. Mrs Roche,
Mrs Oaslay, J F Fuller, J Emmell, N A Quinn, Chas
Melhado, *J Hughes. Sam Hoffman, S Sullivan. P
Fitzpatrick, J Ebernart, H Fischer, C Warren, W A
Holland, M Kennedy, M Price, Mrs MacDonald, and
two colored men in steerage.
' Brig E B Cook, Speed, Hilton Head,
Schr Ovoca, Mitchell, Baltimore, general cargo to
M S Cohen.
Consignees— M S Cohen, J Lama, Rev S Landrum,
Brigham. Baldwin A Cos, A Fawcett A Cos, Dr J B
Read, 1 D La Roche.
Steamer Emille, Bender, Hilton Head.
Steamer Amazon; Johnson. Augusta.
Consignees— H F Russell, F Murray, O’Fallen & Cos,
N A Hardee A Cos, J C Galvin, Claghorn A Cunning
ham, J B Reynolds, Brigham, Baldwin A Cos, Hunter
A Gammell, Botliwell A Whitehead. Hilton A Randall,
W Battersby A Cos, L A Dodge, C L Colby A Cos, C C
Hunter, E Padellord, E O’Donnell, J P Butler, Capt
Starr, A Q M, Express Company.
Passengers— T Hastings, C A Wilson. B White
head, Mrs Bergner, Z Haines, J C Galvin, D W Scott,
Lt E Tuttle, Mrs Jones, H Thomas, R Williamson, J
Gill T B Jenkins, J E Walls, N Middleton, B wmton,
S E Bothwell, W R Cole, Mrs Young, R Coleman, C
C Hunter, Flanders, H E Brown, Mrs C McDermott
and child, S G Russell, S Haynes, F Murray, Mrs S A
Goodwin, M McCafferty, Miss Susan Goodwin, Mrs.
Robertson, M Brown, John Earle, E O’Donnell, T J
Black, J Hamilton. J P Butler, J B Reynolds, Carter
Jones, T O’Connor, P Brown, W C Quiriney.
Saturday, Aug. 5,1865.
Star Line Steamship America, Clift, New York—
Brigham, Baldwin A Cos.
Exborts —43 casks rice, 54 barrels, 30 bbls ground
peas, 56 bbls molasses, 51 bundles leather, 169 bales
Upland cotton, 19 do Sea Island do, 50 packages mer
Passengers— Min M B Hassett, Miss Mary Hassett,
S I’ Bell and family, the Misses Smets, S L Wylly and
wife, Miss Marshall, Miss A Severance, F E'Wilder,
Z Woodard, Mrs SH Eokman, 3 children and servant,
the Misses Sanborn, S D Tonge,;Wife and servant, F
L Babbit and servant, Miss E Yonge, Miss M Bohen,
Mrs B Martin and child, Mrs A Hartridge, Miss E 11
Corkins, Miss Williams. Miss McDonald, Mrs M C
Cozens, 2 children and servant, Mrs E Summers, Mrs
E A Moore, R II Tonge, S D Tonge, Jr, Ira Sanborn,
John Sanborn, W E Montague, A Basler, M Vincent,
K H Clement, J N Tydiugs, Lewis Moutmollin, A M
Christie, R DeMartin, E Swift, C F Morgan, W Quin
lan, J S Harley, J E McCormick, Mrs L Lllllenthal,
child and servant, M 11 Benuinger, J R Hugenine, D
Callahan, A Block, C Snider, S Farelly. Capt A Lau
rence, T Meriam, P Beranc, N M Hall, M Pollitzer,
Capt C E Smith, A W Parilue, T B Jenkins, T Fro9ch,
Miss F McFarland, Jos Smith, Mrs B Callahan. M H
Bailey, G Ehrlich, and steerage.
Steamer U S Grant, Briggs. Hilton Head.
Steamer Resolute, Cannon, Augusta.
Steamer Augusta, Lawler, Augusta.
Schr Pilots Bride, Lorn Hilton Head—coal for the
Schr Enchantress, from Hilton Head—coal for the
PORT OF PORT ROYAL.
Aug s—steamer5 —steamer Gen Custer, Fortress Monroe.
Aug 6—steamer McLaning, New York.
Aug 4—Schrs Pilots Bride, Blatchford, Savannah;
Enchantress, Blatchford, do; Anna CLeverett, Booth,
Jacksonville ; brig William H Bichman, Llpptncott,
Charleston ; steamer Louisburg, Dale, Jacksonville ;
schr Bertbea, Bailey, do; sloop Rebecca Hertz, Smith,
Charleston ; brig A B Cook, Speed, Savannah.
PIONEER LINE FOR NEW YORK
, TheU. S. Mail Steamship CHASE,
Capt. Rogers, will sail for the above
port on her regular day,
Thursday, August 10th, at —O’clock.
For Freight or Passage, having superior accommo
dations, apply to
HUNTER A GAMMELL,
aus 84 Bay street.
Atlantic Coast Msil Steam
For New York.
THEJFirst Cla9S Steamship VARU
' f. /j t Lv-->NA. will positively sail on THURS
“AV 10th inst.
For Freight or Passage, having very superior accom
modations, appiy to
au4 JOHN R. WILDER.
FOR NEW YORK
STAR JK LINE.
The first class U. S. Mail Steamships
NEVADA, .... Capt. Carpenter.
UNITED STATES, - - - Capt. Share.
AMERICA, Capt. Clift.
CONSTITUTION, - - - Capt. Gbeeman.
The above ships compose the Line, and will sail
from New York and Savannah every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN & CO, Agents,
WAKEMAN, GOOKIN & DICKINSON, Agents,
17 Broadway, New York.
Will leave Savannah for New York on
Saturday, 13tU Instant.
For Freight or Passage apply to
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN & CO.,
Regular Weekly Line of
CLIPPER SCHOONERS FOR
THE undersigned intend to keep up a regular week
ly line of first class Sailing Vessels plying be
tween Savannah and the above port, with superior
accommodations for passengers and the very best fa
cilities for delivering freight in good order, at low rates,
with Dromntness and despatch. Particular attention
riven to forwarding goods from New York.
" lven CHARLES L. COLBY A CO.,
jyU cor. Bay and Abercora streets.
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, ktm.
STUART & CO.,
111 Barrels, Half Barrels and
25 pound Sacks.
POPE’S HEAD BRUSHES,
HAIR AND FEATHER DUSTERS,
LONG HANDLED SCRUBBING BRUSHES
A Large Lot of New Potatoes
and Fresh Eggs.
STUART & CO.,
an 3-3 Corner Bull and Broughton streets.
JUBT iKnUI VED
Schooner “Electric Spark”
A Complete Assortment of
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
These goods were bought very 4 low for cash, and can
AT A VERY LOW FIGURE,®
w. A. BEARD’S,
jy29-lw 154 Congress street.
STUART & CO.,
TEAS, WINES AND LIQUORS,
Corner Bull and Broughton Streets.
Special attention paid to country orders from Fami
lies and for the Trade.
Goods delivered to all parts of the city free of
L. \\ Stuart. H. M. Kellogg.
PIERCE SKEHA In7~
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
In Fine Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Clothing,
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Segars.
Also, Skehan’s Celebrated
GOLDEN ALE AND CHAMPAGNE CIDER,
in bottle and in wood.
London and Dublin Brown Stout, Scotch and Eng
lish Ales, &c.
Liberal deductions made to the trade.
176 BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH,
and 62 Liberty street. New York.
GAD EN & UN C KLES,
GENERAL PRODUCE and COMS’N MERCHANTS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PRO
VISIONS, &o. t
Corner or Bat and Barnard Streets,
Highest market rates paid for Cotton, Wool, Hides,
Ac., and liberal ca9h advances made on shipments to
our New York House. jyis
Geo. A. Hudson,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
Groceries, Ales, Wines, Segai4,
SOUTH EAST CORNER OF
EAST BROAD AND BROUGHTON STREETS,
KiRLIN & KIENZLE,
WLolesfilo and Retail
ALES, WINES AND LAGER BIER.
105 BAY STREET.
KIRLIN, BURKE & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ill, WHS AND Llf ORS,
CORNER WHITAKER STREET AND
ORDERS PROnPTLV FILLED k DELI? ERED.
VIRGINIA TOBACCO AGENCY,
George A. Crump & Cos. ,
209 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga,
HAVE on hand a large and well selected M ock of
Manufactured and Smoking Tobacco.
Samples sent by Express when desired. 9m ju2o
Imported and Domestic
WINES AND LIQUOI itS,
At Wholesale, for Family Use,
AT 207 BAY BTRBET.
ISRAEL R. SEALY A CO.
1,000 bushels OATS,
1,000 do WHITE CORN,
CHEAP TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT.
Also—l6o pounds Celebrated Zephyr Puff SMOil TNG
tobacoo. n. A. Hardee a co, .
Jy3l-tf Bay street, 9 Stoddard’s Build!* >g».
fCongress st., between Jefferson and Montgomery ata.,;
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON.
PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHT.
Prof. E. Richter, Leader,
tW" Refreshments of the best quality and in every
variety. lmo jylO
STORE WANTED, '
FOR A RETAIL BOOK AND STATIONERY
IN the vicinity of Whitaker, St. Julien, or Congress
streets, or a locality adapted to said business.
Reference to W. a THOMPSON, or Box 91, Monti
cello, Florida. lw anl
FIFTY TONS ot Rags and Waste Paper. The
HIGHEST CASH PRICKS PAID. Also, Cot
ton Pickings, Wool, Hides, Tallow, Grease, Metals,
Bottles, &c., at the
FOREST CITY MILLS,
an *-tl Savannah.
FOR which good security will be given and excel
lent terms offered.
Apply at once to A. B. C„ Herald office. au4-2
TO RENT. - ---
= TO RENT,
THE Comer Store at the foot of Drayton street.—
Well calculated for a Ship Chandlery. Apply to
*O3-3 No. 10 Bay street ■
UOI SE A\D Room Tfl LET.
HOUSE on corner of New Houston and Drayton
Also, a Kitchen and two Rooms. Apply to
an3-tf Over Express Office.
Bell, Wylly & Christian
WILL SRLL|TO-MORROW, AT 10 O’CLK
IN FRONT OF STORE,
ONE CASE CA9SIMERE9, 700 YARDS,
ONE CASE TINWARE.
Damaged on board brig Monticcllo, on her voyage
from Boston, and sold under survey for account of the
underwriters and all concerned. au4-2
■F 011 SALE,
A FINE FIjAT,
CAPACITY, 400 BALES.
Has just made a successful trip from Augusta.
au4-tf N. A. HARDEE A CO.
Store for Sale,
IN THE MOST BUSINESS PART OF THE
CITY. Apply at this office. au4-4
OFFICE RFLIEF COMMISSION,
District or Savannah,
Savannah, Ga., July 27th, 1865.
In obedience 1 1 instructions from the Secretary of
War, received this day, no further relief to destitute
people will be furnished trom this office.
JOHN S. COOKE,
jy27-tf Capt. and Relief Commissioner.
~ ' vAL tJ ABLE
Timber & Turpentine Lands
20,000 Acres in Pierce and Ware Coun
THE subscriber offers for sale 20,000 acres of Supe
rior Timber and Turpentine Lands lying in
Pierce and Ware counties, in this State. These lands
were selected with a special view to the timber and
turpentine business, and to a Company contempla
ting the prosecution of that business on a large scale,
effer the greatest possible advantages, as the lands
He In a body, on the line of the Albany and Gulf Rail
road, and near the junction of that Road with the
lines of Railroad leading from Brunswick to Albany.
They arc also watered by the Satilla and Allapaha
rivers, navagable streams for rafting to Brunswick
■nd Darien, Ga. The timber heavy, and of the first
class of ranging timber, the trees yielding turpentine
ki the greatest abundance, while the land is of good
quality for farming, yielding good crops of Corn, Cot
ton, Sugar, &c., &c.
The range is very fine for stock, the country being
also well aaapted to the raiding of Sheep; The water
is good, and the neighborhood one of the most
healthy sections of the State, being free from fevers
and the ordinary diseases of the low Southern coun
Persons desiring to purchase, are referred for fur
ther particulars to Messrs. Erwin <fc Hardee, Savan
nah, or to the subscriber, at Blackshear, Pierce coun
au4-tf E C. WADE.
QUEENS WARE HOUSE,
' 109 Broughton Street,
SECOND DOOR FROM CORNER BULL STREET.
A large and elegant Stock of
China, Queensware, Glass, Ac.,
Just received from the manufacturers, and for sale at
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES.
JOBBERS AND DEALERS
From ail parts of the Country are invited to examine
my WHOLESALE STOCK,
Which includes packages containing complete assort
ments, put up expressly for
Assorted Crates of WHITE GRANITE WARE,
• ‘ - COMMON WARE,
« “ WHITK GRANITE and COMMON
Goods re packed to suit purchasers.
aul-lm E. D. SMYTH.
HOLDERS OF MERCHANDISE
TTTHO wish to realize immediately, will consult
T V their interest by consigning the same to
MAUDE * WRIGHT,
General Commission Merchants,
Refer to—Messrs. Charles L. Colby <fe Cos., Messrs.
Marcy, Day & Co.gWilliara Battersby A Cos.