j>t purturt of Bteanuhlpv and Steamers.
KIR NEW YORK.
Steamship Ariadne, Friday afternoon, 4 Vciock.
ricaim-hip America. Friday afternoon, 6 o’clock.
FOR RI G KBTA.
steamer Helen, Satttrday afternoon. o’clock.
Steamer Laura, Saturday morning; o.clock.
Ki ntBERY.—A moat daring roiiery was committed
on the store of Charles K. Osgood, north-west cor
ii, i of ltarnard and Broughton street lane on Wed
nesday night last. The thieves reinofed troui the
j.jn-,1 ~| Douglas'* Tin-Shop on Hrougliton street
lutie,!! ladilerby the aid of which they reached the see
uml Siory of Osgood’s store, opeuing one of the win
dows. they defended tile stairs and roblied the store
of eoods and cash in the till to the amount ol two
The thieves, who it is presumed from circum
stances are negroes, have not been arrested nor the
r prior to the above robbery the same thieves, as is
supiiosed, made an attempt to rob the Jewelry es
lubt'i-timeut Schwaizcnbach, southeast corner of St.
MutivAi. ok j'ue Helen from Aigcsta—'The
steamer Helen, Capt. Keily arrived at her wharf yes
terday evening at five o'clock, having left Augusta
on Wednesday morning. She brlugs a full freight
and large list ol passengers. The Helen passed the
Steamer Gen. Shipley at ling’s Barr, on Wednesday
l 2 „, M tied up. The river being very low, the Gen.
Shipley could not proceed further. Faased the new
Steamer It, H. May. tied up, near the wreck of the
jA-esbiirg. at 2 I’- M. same day. Conldjiot ascertain
v. hy she was tied up. She left Augusta Tuesday at
ic o’clock. Passed tlie Steamer Berry at Prescott's
Brach. at o>» A. M. same day, hound up. Passed the
Steamer Augusta at Mathew’s .Bills’ 6}f A. M. oil
Thursday, bound up.
iMr. P. ItieUy, the gentlemanly and obliging clerk
o flhe Helen, has our thanks for ffles of the Augusta
.\uiWithstanding the low liver and the rough
weather the Helen had a quick and pleasant pas
sage down. The lady passengers speak in especial
praise ol the excellent accommodations and the
kind attentions ot Capt. ReiHj and his officers.
lie t )ie advertisement in another column, it will be
seen that the Heleu will leave for Augusta to-mor
row afternoon, at two o’clock.
More Rais.—About two o'clock yesterday, the
clouds assumed a threatening appearance, causing
apprehensions of a repetition of the storm
of the previous day. , But the rain which com
menced fulling heavily about half-past two o’clock
and continued for some two hours, was unaccom
panied by wind or thunder, if the rains extend into
the country, they will probably interpose seriously
with fodder curing enterprise of our farmers.
AnOther Arrival.—The light draft steamer
Laura, Capt. Hiller, arrived at this port yesterday,
making a very successful ruu from New York where
she was Laura is au associate of the Am
azon and takes her position immediately on the
line. See Erwin A Hardee’s notice in another col
From Florida.—Yesterday morning the steame r
Fountain, Capt. Cashier, consigned to M. A. Cohen,
mrived from Palatka, via Jacksonville, Fcrnandina,
etc. We are indebted to Filler Win. U. Jackson, for
From cuarlkston -The steamer Fannie, Capt.
Lew is, from Charleston) arrived yesterday morning.
We return thanks to Purser Robertson for late
capt. Cowdrey’s Cocrt.
Savannau, Aug. 17, 1860.
Mary Hardee (colored) vs. Mrs. S. J. Williams—Re
covery of wages, it was ordered that defendant pay
plaintiif the sum of sls, one month’s wages.
Mrs. Neve vs. Sarah Powers.—Claim for rent and
possession of house. It was ordered that defendant
pay the sum of SB, one mouth's rent, and costs of
suit; and it is further ordered that defendant vacate
the premises by 3 o’clock p. m., Aug. 18, 1865, or be
United Slates vs. William C. Bennett—Violating
Circular No. 5, Instructions Street Department, al
lowing waste water 10 ruu iuio street, and neglect
to repair water pipes. It was ordered that defendant
have the water pipes repaired by lg o'clock in., Ang.
19, lans, or be lined SSO.
PULASKI HOUSE, AUGUST 17. 1
G W BruruEkuU, H C’uidny, Louisiana
Jacksonville HGrosvenor, Brig Gen
<; 11 Morton, do USA
1. U amuck, do U W Rrayten, U S A
C P Buckingham, N York J Watkins, New York
W C Vaukel’bilt, do IS W Arnold, do
1/piisefNoi'tlionso do I £ Burnett, do
It Hrodnax, do |MJLeoi), Bo
A S Welch, Michigan ,I> U Mattison, Adjr 30
T S Granger, lady, child j U S (Juls, Beaufort
and ser, ’l’acksonvillelE W Wiitis, do
1, A Horelie, Florida | l O Deevey, U S A
A L Eieliulborger, do .Lt H Lawrence, Gen
SWMoodv, do . .Molineaux’s staff
.1 C Key, * do 'J A Simple, Virginia
Mrs Williams and3 ehild'n|i G Tomlinson, Augusta
Thus Kllary, iMrs May and daughter,.
M Gregg, S Carolina Augusta
-11 W Lilieuecratif, Capt G B Gravy, Ariadne
Ft Pulaski IE A Williams, do
G Smuger, sir Conlinelitali W J Gray, Hilton Head,
L W Hayes, ’ E Dennison, Conn
U T Hirers, Hilton Head X llodgcrs, New Jersey
llASlatts, do IA Robinson, FT Pulaski
Ma jor Hays, do iMrs 10 B Goodrich and
1. N Marsh, do ■ child, Augasta
Maj Meßtirucy, 1 O Gav ’ Miss E Couuclly, do
T A1 McCoikle, Lyiichluug|D C Smull, do
T A Goodrich, wife and Mrs Tillettc, etilld and
2 chilnreu, Augustai nurse, Augusta
G W Casteu, do J M Berrien, do
SEA ISLAND HOTF.L (HILTON HEAD) AUG. 10.
F H Coffin, A A (j M iW B Guerney, Beaufort
F E Dwtuel, 30 Me Vols Col H McLaughlin, Sav
p llee, Charleston |J H Gould, do
B Brown, tlo ill W Smith, do
SS Clark, Beaufort I
PORT ROYAL HOUSE (HILTON HEAD) AUG. 16.
E A Moe, Hiltou Head .1 Apple, Beaufort
Dll Rice,, lnd Capt W A Graham do
J Masson, Charleston D D Tamilian, Asst Stir
Profit Grant, do Ls Bonn, Savannah
,1 L Savage, do S W Mason, Sav Herald
Airs Hutchins, do A Clor, Savannah
c J Rice, do T R Riddell, do
Dr I) S Setten, do Ira Wuraus, 26 IT SC T
I, Sherieser, do L T Tall, do,
F) Moriy, do A P VanSitnfred, 26 USCT
E Thompson, do B F Randolph, do
C W Frost, H F Allen, U S N
~1 O Frost and ladv, Ileauf W Geesetin, do
I. Hall. Lt 128 U SOT D It Dillon, Savannah
Lt J 11 Hannan do OtiptßFruex,
Capt Davenport and lady, str Blanch rage
20 USCT D VanCleef, do
Lt H A Searjeant, .1 Fritex, do
26 U S C T
A lEiHUBLE Recoup.—The trial of ClmiDP Fcigu
son, tin 1 guerrilla, before a military commission ut
Nashville. Teim., reached the twenty-tint day, Atigi
«, anil is still In progress. Tile prisoner is eharpted
with the inuriler of fifty-four men, and it is believed
that the liunitier Ls more than one hundred. J. W.
Duval tcstltied lu'forc the commission. Aug. 7th, that
his brother and Joint Hirst were slmt by Ferguson, in
Clinton eonntv, Ky,, May L Ferguson came np with
fourteen men and demanded the surrenderor lmval,
his brishcr, ami Hirst. Duval got away, but his
brother and Hirst, were shot. The witness says:
• Ferguson’s command came from the direction of
.somerset Kv Ido not think that any of them were
dressed as soldiers. After the eommand.lmd departed
1 brought in the dead bodies of Hirst and my brother.
Hirst was shot in the left of the backbone, the ball
routing out lust below Hie right iyil>I»)«- He also bad
a Shot ill the back of the head. M> brother was shot
ill the lock of his jaw, the hall coming out of his fore
head. All tlds occurred on the last day of April or
the first.day of May, ism, after 1 had read of the fall
of Itieluuoud and the surrender of Dee,"
SK/Thc subject of wage* at tlie present tii»p
is one of uuusual importance to the laboring
classes, for it is a kind of abnormal state and
requires a carclul and impartial examination
in the light of circumstances. The compen
sation of labor was never so unsettled as
during the last four years. While wage*
were advancing no laborer would bind him
scll to work for a specific sum any consider
able length of time, for he knew not how
‘•the prices” of consumable articles would
rulp. Wages rolled up like the flow of the
tide, and now that the war ia over and “the
prices” declining, it naturally follows that the
ebb of wages must begin. In this situation
it is greatly to the interest of all working--
men to look at the subject intelligently and
without that bias against capital which is so
apt to cloud the understanding ol well-mean
ing met}. _______________
The city debt of New York is over $30,-
000.000. The Commissioners of the Sinking
Fund report their Investments at nearly -
001),<100, and say they will be ready to mee-
Utc indebtedness as fast as it falls due,
All nature Almanac—Tftis Day.
Snn rises 5 2fl;Mimn sets 25«
Sun sets 6 4i|!ligh water j 23
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Thursday, Aug. 17, isos.
Sehr John M Williams, , Baltimore—to
Hess A Gutman.
Cons ion ebs—C White, Hess Sc Gutman, Claghom
A Cunningham, W M Davidson, Dr J II Bead, Lovell
A Lattiuiore, E O'Byrnc, J Carson A Cos, Brigham
Baldwin A Cos.
Scbr Em=a D Finnoy, Hcathc, from Philadelphia
to Hunter A Ganuuell.
Consiunees—X CrailstoiL A Bernard, C L GiHwrt,
Humor Sc Gammell, Lovell A Litiimore Sackcv
Hpgg Sc Cos, A Mover * I’o, J I! Ktie, Jr, John Rvaib
.1 G Thompson, A Cos, Rue, Wharton Atv Weed
Cornwell A Cos.
Sciir Addie, Barnes, from New Voi*k.
Consulsees—Weed A Corumell. Brigham, Baldwin
A.Co, J C Schreiner A Son, Brady A- smith, BG Til
den, J M (vein A Cos, n J Bogardtis, C I’ Lopez A Cos.
L 11 Smith, J Doyle, Erwin Sc llardcc.
Steamer P S Grant, Briggs, Hilton Head.
Steamer Fountain, Castner, Jacksonville, etc.—to
M A Cohen.
Consigners.—M A Cohen, Agent, Erwin A Hardee,
Guihuaitiu A Cos, Stuart A Cos. and order—»s bales
Colton, and merchandise.
PasseXiErs,—c W Briunhiill, C 11 Uttckiuglmiu, A
S Weleli, W c Vanderbilt, U Granger, wife and ser
vant, 1. Northoiise, G B Morion, P Cuppin, P Funte
nay, S W Moody, A L Eiehelberger, L A Hardee, J
Triay, L Warraek, A Strobar and wife, J L Stuart, R
A Sallard, W M Bring wood, 11 Hurm-, Miss Annie and
Stevens, l> A Heed, T Host wick, Capt .1 J Quiuby, Lt
Townsed, C EUclSou, and 9 deck.
Steamer Fannie, Lewis, Charles urn—by C. C. Cam
Consignees.—C Cambridge, M A Cohen, Adams
Express Company, and order.
Passengers,—C C Cambridge, W T Bennett, I. W
Hays, Chas Scmuidt, T Gregg, Mrs S A Connell,-Mrs J
P Germaine, Miss M O'Connell, Mrs M H Schloboin.
Steamer Helen,- Reilly, Augusta, with 150 bales jot
ton, to J. Kern A Cos.
Consignees—Rein Si Cos, W I! Adams, Matey, Day
A Cos, A Low A Cos, O Cohen, Capt S S Starr, J L Mo
pASSENdEim—Dr 4 C LeHardy, Dr M.l Leon, E W
Arnold, J Kahn, Capt M I! Grant, Mrs Wni Pavne, F
Burial, Mrs Meiiry May, Mies Emma May, Miss Eliz
abeth O'Connell, Mi's L G Fillette, A Vetsburg, Mrs
M E Davis, Mrs 11 KalUluscli, D Kalltlusch, CMellia-
Uo, O Butler, .1 L Moses, Capt J M Berrian, W H Do.v
tator, F Cable, A B Cummings, Brig Geu c It Grosve
nor, Maj L O Dewey, Maj Vi Meßurruev, Maj J B
Hughes, Maj Fleii(lng and clerk, L B Millesti,
Surg N F Marsh, capt G M Brayton, Capt C K Smith,
Capt W W Noyes, Lt H Lawrence, Lt c H Maltisoif,
D C Suiuli, J A Semple, H F Emory, T A Goodrich,
two ladies and three children, T M MeCorkle, A C
Waltc-rmeyer, 11 W Reynolds, J Tomlinson, W J Farr,
11 Guedroe, J Rnser, G Dannu. R p llarrisson, -Finuk
Leslie Henry Thompson, Mrs W T Thompson, Master
Wall Thompson, Miss Mothe Tnoinpsoii—il in steerage.
Steamship Peril, Delnnoy, for New York—Hunter
Exroirrs—2s7 bales Cplaud cotton, 2do Sea Island
do, 33 do domestics, ldo bagging, 24 pkgs mdze,
$2,132 in currency.
Steamer Sampson, Dcnuette, Hilton Head.
PORT OF PORT ROYAL,
Aug 13, Brig Mil McLeod, Cook, Philadelphia ; selir
Jeremiah M Yeomans, Latclnun, New York.
Aug 16—Sciir A T Kingsby, Yianllu, New York.
An Interesting Incident ok the War—A
Lesson Taught. —Many instances have been
given by travelers of the affection shown by
the Arabian horses towards their masters ;
and so much, also, has been written to prove
their sagacity, as to make one believe, at
times, lliat they must be endowed witii an
instinct which approaches nearly, if not
quite, to the reasoning faculty of a human
being. Be this, however, as it may, we very
much doubt if among the feats nurrated ot
the the East any can be found that
exceeds in affectionate devotion the follow
ing incident, which was told us a few days
since at Saratoga by tbe soldier to whom it
occurred. Tbe narrator is a young Irishman,
and like many others of bis nation, joined,
shortly after his arrival in America,Sheridan's
brigade. It was in one of those forced marches
when they had driven back tbe enemy and
had been in the saddle for several consecutive
days and nights, that this trooper avail
ed himself of a temporary halt to slip from
his saddle and stretch himself upon tlie tprf,
his horse, meanwhile, browsing in the im
mediate vicinity. He had slept ior some lit
tle time, when he was suddenly awakened by
the frantic pawing of his'horse at his side.
Fatigued by bis long ride, he did not rouse
at once, but lay in that partially conscious
state which so frequently attends great phy
sical prostration. Soon, however, the faith
ful animal perceiving that its efforts had fail
ed to accomplish thcir.object, licked bis face,
and placiug its mouth close to his ear uttered
a loud snort. Now thoroughly awake, he
sprang up, and as the horse turned tor him
to mount lie saw for the first time that his
comrades had all disappeared,, and limit I*
enemy were coming down upon him at full
gallop. Once mounted, the faithful beast
bore him with the speed of the wind safely
from the danger and soon placed him among
his companions- “Thus,” he added with
emotion, “the noble fellow saved me from
captivity and perhaps from death,”
Can there be found on record a more beau
tiful example of affectionate devotion ou tbe
part of a dumb brute to bis master Ilian this ?
Undoubtedly similar examples have occurred
during the recent wardwhich will forever lie
buried in oblivion. Would that they might
be brought to light, if their narration could
in any degree mitigate the cruelty to which
the,horse is constantly subjected, especially
in our large cities where many of the drivers
are more brulal than the beasts they have in
Charge.—-V. Y. Kvenimj Post.
Effect of Polygamy. —Mr. Bowles, of
the Springfield Republican, who accompa
nies Mr. Colfax in his Western trip, - writes
from Utah tbe following account of tbe
Mormon women :
How do the Mormon women like and bear
polygamy 't is. the question most people ask
as 10 the institution. The universal leptimo
ny of all but their husbands is that it is a
grevions sorrow and burden ; only cheerful
ly submilted to and embraced under a re
ligious fanaticism and self-abnegation rare to
behold and possible only to ivoinen. They
are taught to believe, and many of them do
believe that through aad by it they secure a
higher and more glorious reward in the
future world. “Lord Jesus has laid a heavy
trial upon me,” said one poor, sweet, woman,
“but 1 mean to bear it tor his sake, and tor
tlie glory he will grant me in his kiugdom.”
This is the common wail, the common
solace. Such are the teachings of the
church ; and I hayn no bqubt both husbands
and wives aifke ofteii honestly " accept this
view of the odious practice, and seek and
submit to polygamy as really God’s holy
service, calculated to make saints of them
selves and all associated with them in tlie
future world, Still a good deal of human
nature is visible, both among the men in
embracing polygamy and in their wives in
submitting tp if.
The Corj.KCTfo.v or SoufliKitx Deists —A
Case in Court.— ln the Supreme Court
Chambers, on. Wednesday, before Justice
Barnard, the costs of Alexander T. Stewart
and other, against John It- Hull, J,evi jj.
Duck and pitver Wetmore catne up. This
is an action brought by Stewart & Cos., to
recover for merchandise sold in
1860 to the dctciidants, a lirm then doing
liusiqee* ip Columbus, (Georgia,
\VetniQre, ope of the ffrni, then and since
a resident of this city, answered, denying
sufficient information to form a belief that
goods to the amount of specified weir sold
by the plaintiffs to the defendants, ■or that
such goods were delivered to the defendants,
giving as a reason for such want of know
ledge the interruption of all communication
during the last tour yeara with the South.
Ms H. 11. Kice, on behalf of the plaintiff's,
moved to strike out this answer as trivolous,
on tlm ground that thp sale tyas completed
in 18611, • a year before the war commenced,
and that one partner was bound to know
of the act* of his capartners, unless such
knowledge was actually impossible.
The motiou was granted striking out the
answer, and giving judgment on the com
plaint, with costs of the motion.-—i\w York
The engines for the United States vessels
Franklin andPuinsigamond, which are being
built at Bostou, will cost respectively #450,-
000 and #580,000. Turrets for vessel* of the
Dictator class arc also being built In Boston
»t» COSt Os $700,000. P *****
THE PLAOI’K OF LOCUSTS.
Singular Scenes in Jaffa.
A Tetter dated at Jaffa (Palestine, j Jijpe 30,
describes a visitation of locusts as follow J:
“In thkhnoatii of April lust we observed twice
large dark clouds, tesembliug smoke, moving
to and fro as if swayed by me wind. One
morning these clouds came down and proved
to be locusts, s<vgreat in number that the
whole laud was covered with them. The
grain at that time was full in ear and nearly
ripe, but the locusts did not touch it or nnv
other vegetation. Soon after, however, it
was observed that they buiied themselves in
tbe soil, and there deposited their innumera
ble eggs. The Arabs and peasants saw the
approaching mischief, and went through the
laud in thousands digging for Uiese eggs;
they succeeded to a cert (Tin degree, and
dcstroed inerediltle numbers with water and
lire, but all their efforts had very Bute effect.
“About tbe middle of May small black
creatures, at a distance resembling large ants,
were observed accumulating in large heaps
throughout the country, and a few days alter
they had been thus seen they began to leap,
and manifested the coming calamity and in
vasion ot tlie fearful army, as described so
emphatically ia Joel ii. The people now
began to sweep them together and bury or
bum them in ditches dug for the purpose.
But all to little or no effect, and as they grew
a little larger the extent of their multitude
began to be seen, and the coming catastrophe
could not be mistaken. The roads were
covered with them, all marching in regular
lines, like aruiies'of soldiers, with their lead
ers in front, and all the opposition of man to
arrest their progress was in vain.
“This first consumed the plantations
around Ramlcli, Lydda and all the smaller
villages near them, and then entering the
towns and villages consumed the victuals,
&c., in the market and streets, by degrees
forcing themselves into the houses and
covering the walls outside as well as inside,
lt seems that everything which is moistened
by their saliva is poisoned, for the cattle
that feed on the remnants which are left all
die. I myself saw fifty oxen dead in the
villages of Delta, Daggon and Zaffarish that
had fed on the remnant of durrah (Indian
corn) left by the locusts, and the night
before last twenty more died from the same
“About two weeks ago they were seen to
a fearful extent all round Jaffa, but still with
out wings. The town for several days ap
peared forsaken—all shops were shut, ail
business suspended. Almost ail the inhabit
ants had gone out to destroy and drive away
the invading army; they made tremendous
ditches, and buried and burned countless
myriads, but, as before, all iu vain, for tbe
more they destroyed, the more seeffied to
arise from hiding-places, and as they grew
iu size so they seemed to grow in multitude,
and towards the east from here they covered
the ground for miles and miles to a height of
several inches. As their wings are still too
small to enable them to fly and to visit the
several hundred gardens within the cultivated
part ol the district q 1 Jaffa, they have hi
therto confiued their destructions to the
outer gardens, ol which about fifty have
been completely laid waste, every green leaf,
vegetable, tree, and even the bark of young
trees, devoured, and these beautiful gardens
look like a birch tree forest in winter. ,
“Our garden Was one of the first attacked.
For several days we saw the destructive hoßt
advancing ; all our farm servants, as well as
hired laliotcrs, were employed*to keep them
off, to drive them away, or burry them, but
we found them as Joel describes them, chap,
ii., ver. 7, ‘They shall not break their ranks.’
Who can doubt the Word of God when we
have these evidences before onr eyes? True,
our men broke their ranks for a moment;
but no sooner had they passed the men than
they closed again, iiut.l inarched forward
tu rough hedges and ditches, as if united by
some mysterious power, causiug them to
open belore man and so close again as soon
as they had passed him. On the 14th in
stant they forced ..their way into the garden,
defying all human efforts to prevent them,
and in less than a day the whole garden to
the exteut of eight acres was covered with
them, and the trees, to the number ot three
thousand, as well as every other green Ileal,
with the exception of the palm trees and the
prickly pear hedges, were stripped.
“ Whether eating or drinking, reading or
writing, or lying awake iu bed, (for it is im
possible to sleep,; one hears their noise from
without, like the noise of armed hosts or of
the running of many waters, and within they
keep dropping on or about you. At meals I
am kept busy driving them away; while I
drive half a dozen away from tue bread, as
many 4 will jump into the sugar-basin, or even
into my cup of tea, etc., and when undress
ing they leap out of our very clothes with
out our having known that they were there.
“ News has just reached us from Nablous;
the olive trees iu those mountains have all
been stripped; and near the liver Oudge the
soil is so thickly cpvered with these creatures
that many of the animals led there to drink
refuse to pass on.” #
Another letter of a later date says that
“They are In nowise decreasing, rallier
the opposite. Every native inhabitant lias
been ordered by government to bring fifteen
pound weight Os locusts daily, and those who
do not are fined A1 sterling eack lime.”
Beactifui. Sentiment.— The beautiful ex
tract below is from the pen of Hon. Geo. 8.
I confess that increasing years bring with
them an increasing respect for men who do
uot succeed in life, as those words are com
monly used, Ileayen is said to be a place
for those wiio have uot succeeded upon
earth ( and it is surely true celestial graces
do not best thrive and bloom in tlie hot blaze
of worldly prosperity. 11l success sometimes
arises from a superabundance of (qualities in
themselves good—from a conscience t</o
sensitive, ft taste tog fastidious, a self-for
getfulness too romautic, a modesty too re
tiring. I will not go so far as to say, with a
living poet, that “the world knows nothing
of its greatest men," but there are forms of
irreatness, or at least excellence, whioli “die
aud make no sign there are martyrs that
miss the palm but not the stake ; heroes
witbeut the laurel, and conquerors without
Sensation liEPOim it.ij.m the South.— A
letter written by a close observer ftom Nash
ville •• A great deal of the exciting news
transmitted over the country about the vio
lent and factious opposition to the State Go
vernment, is purely sensational.
A portion of these Reports gre np doubt got
off' by disappointed office seekers and baffled
cotton speculators. The contradictory re
ports of loyalty and disloyalty, trouble and
quietness which come to us from North Caro
lina, arc accounted fpr by the fact that there
are two loyal rafiical- papers at Italeigh, pae
conducted' by the ins and the other by the
Browni.ow's Knoxville Whig contains the
address of Hon. J 1 (trace Afaypavd, the Union
Kepublieau candidate in that Congressional
Disti ict of East Tennessee, who has been
elected by an overwhelming majority. The
concluding sentences of the address are as
“It is supposed by some that I am in fa
vor ot negro suffrage. This is not true. At
the Nashyillc Convention of January last the
subject was brought up. 1 have not since
changed my views. 1 was opposed to ji
then--I am opposed to it iidw.” ’ '
George N. Sanders, the unabducted, now
goes armed by permission of the authorities
of Montreal,' and wears a belt or girdle in
which arc slung his revolvers and his bowie
knife, while in bis side pockets he carries l>,is
smalt revolvers, making bis persons quite an
arsenal, _ - ~ -
—The Petersburg, Va., Index says white
labor is rapidly taking the place of black
labor. “Formerly a white draytnau or cart
man, or hack driver was a sight unknown to
oOr streets, now they share these employ
ments with the Uadkk, and eventually will
. VVIIOLIvN.iJaE AND RtCTAH. DRI COIST,
nitl4 Nfiirlu our. B.t. uard anti Bronyhion ms.
New Druft Houttr,
t’firucr Contrre?** ami Barnard *Uu
jJACOB LIPPMAN. late Kin«* & W vi»n«.
r PhouiH<( 111. T«rnei-.
South we* for. Barnard and Broughton gtf.
A A, Solomons C'd.,
• WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL DRr<»GIBTS.
Order* executed accurately »ud with despatch.
BILLIARDS, I.Hjl UItS, WINES. *O.
Ht.. third door from Ball.
Billiard Saloon. Bv WALTER O’MEARA.
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS, &c.
Ray street, over Express Office.
Union Slindea, Tkkknoi Nuornt, Proprietor.
ALES, WINE?, LIQUORS, SEGA)#!, *c.
St. Charles Saloon, (in rear of Poet Oflice.j by
A. Stamm. Wholtanle mid ttstiiil. None but
CHOICE WINES and LIQUORS Bervcd. Free Lunch.
WINES, LIQUORS, Aa
HU. Howe «fc Cos.,
• WHOLESALE dealers in
LIQUORS, ALES AND LAGER BEER,
Cor. St. Julian street and Johnson square.
Israel II- Sraly «*£ Cos.,
SOLE agents xnu importers of
a H. FARItE CHAMPAGNES,
Iu the State of Georgia.
207 Bay st., between Barnard aud Jefferson,
au9 Savannah, Ga,
Israel JR. Sealy Jit Cos.,
YVUOI.KS.YLE healers in
IMPORTED MINES, CORDIALS, BRANDIES AND
an!) 207 Bay st., between Barnard and Jefferson
J Laura, Importer and Wholesale Dealer iu Siyys
• isu Sugars, French Brandies, Wines, Wiiibkry
and other Liquors. Tobacco of all kinda.
191 Bay street, Savannah, Qa.
John C. Maker At Cos., Wholesale and Retail
Dkai.kk in DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES.
TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS, Ac , Ac.
Cor. (VjugD-sa and Whitaker sts.
rphumas Pepper, Wholesale and Retall Uralkk
X in Staple and Fancy Ury Goods, at I’npmr
• in,ted Low 1-riots. ONE PRICE ONLY.
lit Congress street.
P reader ,Y Orff,
DRY’ GOODS— .Wholesale and Retail.
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, Ac.
Santo*! M. I.ederer, Jobber aiu} Retailer of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goouh, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats, Ac. 110 Congress street
GROCEIUKB, &c. •
SS. Miller, 157 Broughton street, has for sale,
. cheap, Flour, Sugar, Syrup, Lemons. Hay, Oats,
Com, Cow Peas, Ptuders, Potatoes, Turnips, Onions
and Cabbages. uq9
M Feral A Cos., vy ).o.esale Dealer in Wines, Li
• qtOKs, Skgaks, Fa miy Groceries, Candies, At.
IMi Congress street.
AF. Mira, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
• GROCERIES, F’KUITS, Ac.
Cor. Whitaker and Congress st. Lane
(Vongdon A Symons,
V WHOLESALE AND RE TAIL GROCERS.
* Corner Whitaker and St. Julian sts„
Old Stand of W. R. Symons.
Hilton At Haudc.ll, WHOLESALE OROCERS,
193 Bay Street, are coustauUy receiving pcV
steamers from N. Y'ork, the largest and most complete
assortment ol GROCERIES in this city.
EP. Deyo, Dealer in Choice Family Groceries,
• Wines, Liulors, Ac.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER
151 Broughton street.
JE. Hn nuiukz.
• CO^iFKUTlONislß— Wihm.khai.e ami Retail.
MAN UFAOTUKKK OK
SYRUPS, CORDIALS ANI) FKnUCONFECTIONERY
OK ALL KIN 1 Hi. *
• WIiOXKBAJ.fi AN I* BET An. DKALKB IN
UUKRS, LEMON, STRAW REKKY ami RASPBERRY
SYRUPS, CANOIES, Ac., A«;.,
In any quunytietJ, to mill Pmchauera.
W HITAKLU BTBU£I'.
JT. Rending A Cos.,
• PixOTUiiK aFCI KltS,
Cvr. Wliitakor and Bt. Julian ste.
Wilium’* Pilotogruphic Gallery,
Souru-ix 8T corn km Buuuuh ton and Wuitakr St».
ALL KINDS OF FIUTURKB KNOWN TO THE ARi’
an!B KXfiOUTD iN thb Vkby Heht Mxhnxk.
niiMVit'k Photograph Gallery,
A3 C’audwDi: Visit*; FiioTfK.BVPiiH,
G.ViS. FITTING, Ac.
plumbing anil Gas Fitting,
X By JOHN M. CULLEN,
Broughton wc., one dour Wet us itarnard,
WM. Williams, Gab Fittkk anu I'Mrvurs,
• and Deaivr in Tin Waku, ilois,: Fv'itSMipso
Go-me, Ac. 145 Brougham street,
Wetd 4 Cpruwt'll,
Wholesale Dealers iu H viiii a ame aiulTia Wakb.
No. 159 ami 161 Brotightou sti-eet.
U ♦ FLU AIDER AND GAS FITTER,
91 Bryan st„ next to cor. Whitaker.
- BEGAIIS, TOBACCO, &v,
- • SUGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, Ac.
Danuril e(ieet, one Poor South of the Alafket.
CV P. Lepra, Seoaiik, Tohaoco, Baurr, Plfw,
If Fasoy AaiKi-na, Syatiosuiy, Ac.
Cur. Dull anil Urouglitou eta
13 Constant, IsuouiUi OK I*' CC.I !' 4xll Havana
, StaiAits, AUkksoiiai m Pifxa, Jko. Aleo, W ises,
onAai'AoaKs aufi other LiquorsT
Buil street, opiwsitc the Pout Office.
XT. A. Harder A Cos.,
lY COMMISSION A FORWARDING MERCHANTS
EsTAULISUtdI IN 1836.
office No. 9 Stoddard's Row,
_ aul6 Bsvauuah, Oa •
A BUOKAH AN D COM MISSION AOKNT.
yiui etreet, next 10 Merehame' and Piautere' Bank. -
• FoKW AKUIN’G and COMSIISS'N MERCHANT,
Office Gome Ins. Cos ., i>;< Ba,y st t
Bell, Wylly <V ChrUtiun, AUel'MiN, OKX-
Ell Al. COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
.uaiiCilAN’l'S. Bay etleei, Savaiinali, Ga.
AM. Scurb rough Cos., (iutnu.KY ami C’om
• MibMio.N Mi-Kcnvnlb, 140 CoiigrcatJ uud it 7 e>L
ouiidn t>U. Hij'lieat m.TiKct prices paid for Cotton,
Wool, iioeswax. etc. Literal Adrancedon Cotton, Ac.
L'nviii tv iiuidcc,
Hd CUMMIfcSIUN MKftCjUNTS,
Bay street, savannah, Oa.
CHINA WAIIE, &C.
i? U,-Sni} tli, QUEENHWARg, (ii,ASB AND
4, CDLSA, at tVnoivsnie H»iq Rcuqt.
lNf Brougiituli oirect, 2d Uuor from cor. ol Bull
SODA WATER. '
John K> hii, Hottler of HO DA WATER, POSTER
aud AlJt, OOKDIALS, SYRUPS, Ac..
Cor. Bay aud Wuet Broad streets.
J nines C. Illume, Master Carpenter, Architect
aud DraugliUuiau, sill atloud to a'J calls ut< bus
mess iu til. above brandies, iff " oitlco No. let Bay
street, next to Stoddard's gauge. aus
PRINTING, STATIONERY, Ac.
__ "Tl *
Suvllle A Uracil,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
Cur. Bryau sfreet aud Market Square.
Vs arklng Ink, Mamvacituko aud forsale by •>
IU DAVID H. GALLOWAY.
ilu Drayton street
/lco. ts. Ktehola,
VA BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
between A tier on, aud Drayton,
IT J. Purse, LITHOGRAPHER, STATIONKH
4V BINDER, JOB PRINTER, Ac. '
_ No. 8 Whitaker street.
SW. Mamn SB Cos.,
• •• HERALD JOB WONTING OFFICE
Ho. XU hajf *tno(i
DIRECTORY - CONTINUED.
Dr. JC. M. Sucrd,
__ . #1 OGESKOiTo D*. E. Parsons.
ork tret-t, mar Cvurt Rouse, Savannah, Ga. aiUO
WATCHES, JEWELRY, & c.
14* n ’ Jordan, Dealer in Watches and Jrwklkt,
s Silver and Putid Ware Fancy Goons, Ac.
rsr* Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
12.1 Cougresast., opinsflie the Pulaski House.
[_■' . ' 1
HAIR DRESSING, Ac.
|>hlm ,ki House Umber shop, icor. Bull aud
A Iffyaß sts.J Shaving, Hair Cutting, Shampooing.
» hisktgs Dyed. Ac. Fancy Soaps, Cologne, Nock Ties
and other Fancy Articles for sale.
Dennis Fnlvry, FURNITURE WAREHOUSE.
Nzw Work Mad! to Order. Repairing. Hell
uanging. Ac., at short notice. 13S Broughton st.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A me * f*' «bodya Jobbers iu Men's, Woiueii'7,
, ? ren > Ca 't and Kid BOOT’S and
of all Lind* and qualities.
152 Congress st., 4m door North of the Market.
CJ.ro, T. Nichols,
J RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORK.
John .1. Ph rtf lie, (late Recorder of the Second
Provost Court,; will attend to all Writings and
liustness entrusted to his citre, at Saloon ot Terence
Nugeut, Jr., opposite Pulaski House.
table boarders wanted
SUPEItIOR inducements are offered for a few Table
Gentlemen wishing for the above, will please apply
at the corner of St. Julian and Lincoln streets, first
door ou Cased Row. 6 amt
TjAIFTY TONS ot Rags and Waste Paper. The
X 1 UIGIIEoT CASH PRICES PAID. Also, Cot
ton Pickings, Wool, Hides, Tallow, Grease, Metals,
Bottles, Jtc., at the
FOREST CITY MILLS,
au4-tf j Savannah.
A YOUNG MARRIED WOMAN, who has lost her
infant lately, would like u situation aa Wet
Nurse, aud is willing to travel with a family. Can
give reference. Address “W," Herald Office. au!s-2
A NICELY furnished room, without board, where
the people are not too inquisitive. Address.
"Grimes,” Herald office. augS-lw
Offices to Let.
TWO ROOMS TO LET, SUITABLE FOR
Apply at the , HERALD OFFICE.
Cellar to Let.
TO LET, A LARGE CELLAR, SUITABLE FOR
Apply at the HERALD OFFICE.
ROOMS TO LET,
-A-t Hilton Head, S. 0.,
THE Palmetto Herald Building having l>een Newly
Pitted Up, now offers and airy room*, writa
ble lor Sleeping Apartments in- bnsiue** imriioses.
For terms apply to \V. 8. Sampson, Jr., Box No. 25,
Tlilten Henri Post Office, o,r ou the premises, corner of
Merchants’ Kow and Palmetto Avenue, from 4 o'clock
to 0 o’clock p. m. jmw
Horses Mules & Wagons
BY ISAAC D. XtaROCBS.
THOS. J. WALSH. Alotionkbb,
Will be sold on SATURDAY, 19th, in front of Store,
No. 166 Bay street, at 10 o'clock,
4 Mules, in good condition
1 Buggy, with Pole and Double Harness, complete
4 Horse Wagon Harness complete.
The above can be treated for at Private Sale. In
quire at Countjng Room. aul7-3
BY ISAAC D. LaROCHE,
SOUTH-EAST CORN EH BAY AND BARNARD STS.
At Private Sale,
Several Desirable Dwellhiys pleasantly situated.—
Stores. Wharves, aud other property, lying adjacent
to tile ('.tty. Parties desiring to make an investment
will do well to call and examine before purchasing
rniIERE Will lx; a Sale at Auction of 11 barrels
1 VVHIKKEY find U casts TOBACC O, ,it
tnt; Warehouw; of the Depot Coinmissury of Butaist
once, HILTON HEAD, 8. 0.. on
Monday, ’Aw*. SI, ’63.
3Ai,E TO COMMENCE AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.
2V Terms Cash, iu Government Funds.
C. S. LANGDON,
aull-d Captain aud C. S. Volunteers.
PtW»Y PATENT GIN,
Compactness, Economy of Time,
Space and Labor,
Far Surpass itjiy other Oin ever bcfhre
offered to the Public.
THE undersigned are prepared to furnish them at
rcjjulur rate**, being the sole Agents for Horace
L. Lniury, Patentee and Manufacturer
Mwwr*. AAIK*, I’EABODY & 00., No. !62CongreM
street, have the above Gin ou exhibition. Samples
can also be seen at tlie warehouse- of
CHAS, L. COLBY A CO.,
jy2S-tf comer Bay aud Abercorn street*.
Bagging, Rope, Twifce.
1 bale Dundee BAGGING,
25 bales Gunny do
w coils Richardson’. Hemp ROPE.
25(1 lbs. Basking TWINK,
In store aud for sale by
„ L. J. GfTILMARTIN A 00.,
an ’ s - 3 No. Hs Bay street.
FOK WALK HY
anl OctiivuH Colien.
TO COTTON SHIPPER^.
IS PREPARED to take Cotton on Storaire. at Hie
lowest rate* and c
ON THE CORNER OP JEFFERSON * BAY STi
for “>(' imrpoae of
Shi|)|>ing ( tHtmv fiw the Public
Ml TAraishiug ink, &c. *
fUougres».t., between Jefferaon and Montgomery sts„j
REGULAR .summer season.
PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHT,
Prof. E. Rrcarza, Leader,
OT Refreshments of the beet quality and in every
variety. luo auln
TIHE undersigned have associated with them Mr.
* John R. Johnson, under the firm of Crane. John
son and Graybill for the. purpose of transacting a
General Commission, Shipping and Forwarding busi
ness, to date from the Ist lDst.
Ml 1-6 CRANE Jb GRAYBILL.
r lease of the PULASKI HOUSE to Bartels A
A RkldclL haring bceu excelled by order of the
military authorities, and the Pulaski House property
b y the fraroe authority, turned over to
JJ-M’" iitberter. the owner thereof; the firm of BAH
TELB Jk HIDOBLL, late proprietors of the Pulaski
House, is dissolved from this date. All persons hav
ing claims against the firm of Bartels & Riddell will
please present the same for settlement to
JOHN O. BARTELS.
Savannah, August 12th, ISCft. aolv-6
THE business of th« PULAHKI HOUSE will be oon
tinned and managed by the undersigned, under
tbe-firm aud name of W. H. WII.TBEUGER A CO
W. 11 WILTBBHGER
J. O. BARTELS.
Savannah, August -12th, 1565. aul2-6
GUERARD & FERRILL,
THE undersigned having entered Into Copartnership
as Factors, Broker, and Commission Merchants, will
sell and purchase on CornmiMton Colton, Ttmber,
Produce aud Merchandise. Orders and consignments
EDG AR L. GUERARD,
BENJAMIN B. FERRILL.
Rzfxkk.ncys Robt. Habersham & Sons, Geo. W.
Anderson, Anthony Porter, Hunter 4 Gammell, Jno.
L Villalonga. « aul'2
r pnK undersigned have formed a Partnership for th*
X purpose of carrying on a GENERAL AUCTION
ana COMMISSION BUSINESS In the City of Savan
nah, under the firm name of 8011, Wylfy A Christian
The lilieral patronage formerly extended to Bell 4
Christian and G. W? VVylly, is respectfully solicited
for tbe uew fym.
SAMUEL P. HELL.
GEORGE W. WYLLY.
MS 1" HENRY IU CHRISTIAN.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
No, ill Hay Htrect,
SAVANNAH, . GEORGIA.
We respectfully call the attention of the public to
the facilities which we have for doing all kiudaof
We have .
TIIE XSluX’r Um-XSKH
For doing all kinds of work, and we keep tiem in
good repair. We employ only
FIRST CLASS PRINTERB
OF LONG EXPERIENCE AND TRIED ABILITY.
New Printing Materials
From the Best Northern Foundries, to wbieh wc are
constanrty making additions.
Wc are prepared to execute orders for
BILLS OF FARE,
1 VISITING CARDS,
BUSINESS CARDS, TICKETS,
LETTER HEADS, '
Or any other kind of PRINTING—hi *» V ’ stvu.
We have a
Pin© Assortment of Inks
ORDERS BY SISK, OR EXPRESS
Wffl receive prompt and carelbi attention, and the
work will be forwarded
FREE OF CHARGE FOR TRANSPORTATION.
We endeavor to do all onr work well, and to give
complete satisfaction to our customers.
Arc as low as the present high cost of stock, mate
rial, labor and living will admit of, and are below the
increased rates wbk-h rule in other lines of business.
s. W. MASON A CO.,
„ 111 B “y Street, Havannah, Georgia.
Iron, Iron, Iron.
WANTEDimmediately, Fifty Tons of wrought and'
onio n OLIVRR ft CO.,
Pores t Lily Mills,.Savannah.
‘)fi 6RCSS INK, In stands at tin W n*- lx
am* ts cor, Bryan strejt'und Ma^kct^iiare.
_—, —__ ——— W. I>*M KARA.
U. SL Court of Claims.
»'fefk and a conunisatoner to take
Have made arrangements i„ Washington to have all
cases promptly attended to which may be entrusted to
a**- _ v _ K. M. OARNETI’. hicbmoud, Va. .
Office on Thirteenth street, near Cary, m stairs
HrfsrMO-Qimaa 4 Johuston. Savannah: Major
■ .... '=ca
STAB’ 1,1 NE,
FOR NEW YORK.-
. Pft. a. 1 ? tS
Saturday, Aug. liith, at 3 o’clock V US.
(wiSfe” I"*■* 1 "*■* b *'“«
FOR NEW YORK
STAR jigg lue.
The first das* U. S. Mail Steamship.
NEVADA. . . _ . „ *
UNITED STATES, . .
AMERICA* - - *■“*•
CONSTITUTION, . * * ( r fK - ° Llrr -
The above ships composite Line, and win sail
TOrk “ and •*»
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN * CO, Agents,
WAKEMAN, GOOKIN * MCKL^g^
Will leave Savannah for New York on
.iWednesday, !l;id ln»taa(.
For Freight or Passage apply to
Iy2B.tr BIUGHAM ’ BALD VIN t co„
—— - ■ , Agents.
Regular Weekly Une of
CLIPPER SCHOONERS FOR
T n fyr e^fi n St'S d * regular week
tween Savannah Sd the aU)w K pLT®l®Uh |rf i^P e *
accommodations for nErai
wtturam^ ,IVCTIUe F« h *M
jv „ COLBY** 00„
. _ sor - ®*Y a hd Abercoru streets.
Line of Sailing Vessels
For JACKSONVILLE, Fla.
Bchoon «r W. B. MANN, Cant. n
For freight or passage apply to
nn is .. caSS X COLBY k CO, * ?
- . U
Line of Sailing Vessels.
FTIHE fine Clipper Bark R. B. WALKER, Caul L. B
- and Abcrcora «ts.
Cotton uixci otlior* Ij’i'oljfht
FOR NEW YORK.
Merchants Line Sailing Vessels
T H hSJ 1 OVOCA, Captain
Watiirdqy-, the 12th hjt. Um
flW A p *™ nK,:ra ln “*• oJST '
PP ' y 10 C S AS - U «ikBY * CO.,
—-v - " toy sud Abe r corn streets.
T H L A i’ J 8 i; Uooller ’ PILOT'S BRIDE, now loading
plewSg ca.^I’™ 1 ’™ P ' ,rt - waal “ Beck freight coS?
A W l J - « OTL MARTIN * CQ. Agts.,
No. 14* Boy st.
SHIPPLRS TO AUOI^TA
A RK notified that Goods will be received
Ajg pr - t »
For Freight or Charter’
**»**’»>*** a. b.
m ° n * h 10
amrkS-H n C. L. COLBY A CO.,
nngiv tt Comer Bay and Abercorn st*.
FO It HADE,
■A FUNTZi TT»T . A rys
CAPACITY, 400 BAUBS, * 1
Haa just made a sneceasfttl trip tma AugusU.
—22^ U , N. A. HARDEE * CO.
BY' the first of October, or as soon as the mails »re
re-e-tahlisbcd. I will renew the
the “CHRISTIAN INDEX" aud of the ‘VrniLß-Hv
DKX"I have been publishing. xmiLDtj IN-
Price of “Index," per annum no
Price of “Child's Index,"....
(A deduction made for ClUbe j' * -
Money may be remfttedTatonce, as mv doanriar.li-...
is positive. My desire is to secure
tlon list With which to begin, and I iune
pectus, that subscribers may Siva time to
their remittances. y t,me to forward
It is my intention to issue first clave oaoer,. ~,,1 „„
lwlns or expense will be sp.red to secure ?h«
The best writers notcorre»DOUde»tT-«t Tj
and the highest religions aud literary talent
giv«u to Uu: The “
K”rewi£ l ''“""' 2K ' s r K
TRE CHILD’S DELIGHT.
on the resumption of mai facilities 1 “ * enl *».
01J - W B «rke ieCo ia
establish an offley in
“ > ™ mu "" l Lous may be addredsuk
ttl ~ W SAMUEL BOtKIN.
31illstones, iiuiTstuues and
ROGER FILS &. CO.
ESTABLISHED IN 1802. 1
near the Produce Exchange, NEW YORK
RCWEH h f * larKP trade 6>e South.
HUlifaK FILS A CO. have juwt WF'jived and will con
Pimel^iSd I, Mili^ avy of first flase Blocks,'
p-aLculurry suitable lor the
a t’ oo ' l sssortment of Hand MHlsor
t - Boltin* Cloths of the be« qnali
al, jowerit nites. auli-2
HAMS AND SHOULDERS, landing from Steamer
America. For sale in lots to suit purchasers.
«ul7-5 BELL, WTLLY A CHRISTIAN.
TT’ST RECEIVED, a large and IJeautiftß amortmm..
a or FANCY GOODS, selected express tyfo/fSTt
market. Call aud see them.
„ C. M. HILLSMAN.
anl4-0 Cor. Bull and Broughton W
HEAIXI'RS DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH “7~
Isi Division. Ditae cuent or UKwo,, -f
Savannah, Ga„ Aug (
Gxnkkat. OaiiKES,) 1
No. 13. f
All Commissioned Officers and enksa-d
Ing to tke ltth Maine, S»k *
" , ” nm,u,dß «»• •RMS:.
w»A»ss , isr(sr"‘’'’ ,t *s£3»s-