L 0 CAL M iTTERS.
Drpartnrrof Mtimthl|xand Strainer*.
FOR SEW TORE.
Steamship Chase. Thursday, at o'clock.
Steamship Constitution, Wednesday 9 l i o’clock.
- for acorsTA.
Steamer Amazon. Satarday-afternoon, zoih Inst.
Steamer Wm. G. Gibbons, every Tuesday morning
at 9 o'clock.
remember the Lunch at the Magnolia this
Payment of Troops.—A fetv days since Maj. Wm.
M- Fleming, Paymaster, of the U. S. Army, returned
to this city, accompanied hy his Clerk, Mr. Prank F„
Major Fleming, during his absence from the city
paid od the following troops :
12th Maine at Thomasville, Ga.
Bth Indiana at Haw klnsvllle. Ga.
18th Conn, at Augusta, Ga.
_4th lowa Cavalry at Atlanta, Ga.
Khe amount disbursed was large .and Us tree cir-
Boii in tiie dlObrent portions o! the State where
are located wlii have a good effect dp
|Mc people ill appreciating the currency of the
of Steamships from Nett York.—Yes
terday morning, at an eaily hour, the Pioneer Line
steamship Chase, from New York, arrived at the
dock in this city, consigned to Messrs. Hunter A
Gammeil, A few minutes after the arrival of the
Chase, the steamship Vartuta, Capt. Whitehurst, ar
rived at her dock, consigned to Mr. John R. Wilder.
We are indebted to Purser Sylvester McGrath, of the
Cha a e, and Purser Henry Bentley, of the Varuna,
for late papers.
Robbebries.’—The house of Mr. John Daniels,
Jones street, was entered by one or more burglars
during the night of the 19th instant, who succeeded
in removing sc veral articles of value. •
The dwelling house of Mr. John R. Johnson, on
Jones street was also robbed during the same even
ing, the burglars effecting an entrance to one of the
basement rooms, by cutting through the bars of the
Iron door. About two hundred dollars worth of
provisions and other articles were stolen.
Dapabtcre of SERu’r John R. Hover.—This effi
cient special policeman, of the United States army,
Company H, 18th Indiana regiment, leaves Savan
nah tills morning to rejoin his regiment and be mus
tered out of service. Sergeant Hover, in his capa
city of police officer, has been a terror to evil-doers.
We understand that he Intends to return to Savan
nah in the course of six weeks or two months, and
that he will make the “ Forest City” his future home.
Sergeant Hover is by trade a machinist.
arrest of-Theive?.—A few days since we noticed
that a citizen had been robbed of a gold watch and
chain, while bathing in tlte Savannah and Ogecliee
Canal. Sergeant John R. Hover of the U. S. Special
Police, having been informed of tbe robbery and
furnished with a descrlptlonof the thieves, arrested
on Tuesday, two lads In the streets near the Savan
nah and Ogeohee Canal. Upon being compared in
jail and subjected to a rigid examination, the boys
acknowledged the theft. Sergeant Hover was success
ful yesterday In having restored to him the watch
and chain. The two thelves, Prank Campbell and
Wm»«ite, were yesterifey arraigned before capt.
Cowdrey, who after a thorough Investigation of the
case, ordered that they be confined in tbe county
jail six months, each.
The gentleman robbed was Mr. Lewis Katon, who is
employed by Messrs. Hess A Gutman, merchants of
this city. The offender, Wm. Hlne, is none other than
Wm Timmons, a son of Mrs. Timmerman, a well
known Farm street character, who is serving her six
months in the County jail for selling liquor to sol
dier?, and using abusive language to the U. 3. Police.
Her oidest son, Thos, Timmons, is also serving out
two years for larceny. Ail the above parties were
arrested and brought to Justice bySergt. Johnß.
Opening of the Magnolia-—This new refreshment
Saloon, south-east comer of. Drayton street and
Bay Lane, in rear of Adams' Express Office, was
opened to the public oij Saturday evening, in a style
highly creditable to the \lberaUty of its proprietors
and gratifying to their numerous guests. Early In the
evening a brimming bowl of most exblleratlng punch
—the punch not unlike the famed beverage of the
Chatham Artillery, and the bowl large enough to
have accommodated the three wise men of Gotham,
of whose sea voyage Mother Goose, or some other
equally veritable author gives us a brief account—
was placed upon the counter flanked with choice
liquors and wines, and with a heavy reserve
of sparkling Fagie Champagne, while upon the
tables were spread a sumptuous lunch. The
direct attack was sustained by the punch bowl,
which, as often as its contents were exhausted
was promptly replenished. After several as
saults ami reinforcements, the punch finally gave
way and the lighter armament was brought into
action, qnd an animated skirmish kept up for
some time, during which the juice of the grape flowed
freely. It being an engagement in which there was no
charge, the attacking party comprising veteran
tederals and Confederates, shoulder to shoulder,
came freely to the onset; but the Magnolhf
forces nobly held their ground, and though we
saw none reeling from the encounter, we believe all
retired in good sprits, and perfectly satisfied that
they had met foemen worthy of their steel. The vi
ands, liquors, nines and cigars were of the first
quality and bountifully supplied, giving the most sat
lsfactory and convincing evidence to ail present that
the proprietors know how to keep, if not a hotel, at
least a popular Refreshment Saloon.
Excursion to Fort Pulaski—Rktobn of Engine
So. 8 to the Municipal Authorities—Toe Dis
tinoue op Savannah on the Drag Ropes.—a few
weeka prior to the actual siege of Fort Pulaski, below
the city of Shvannah, the Are Engine No. 8, of the
Savannah Fire Company, was taken to Fort Pulaski
to extinguish any Ore that might occur during its
siege by the U. S. forces. The machine was a first
class Hunneman & Co.’s, Boston, make. When the
Fort fell the apparatus fell into the hands of the U.
S. Government. It being the property of the city,
application whs made for Its restoration. The appli
es aon having been granted, on yesterday a select
party of citizens with. His Honor Richard D. Arnold
Mayor, proceeded to Fort Pulaski to bring the En
gine to the city.
The gentlemen who want down on the Excursion
Vi th» Steamer Cauoolcus, were well pleased with
taeir trip. They had the pleasure of seeing the pris
oners in the Fort, as also on their return of hauling
to a place of security the restored "machine.” The
party were handsonely entertained onboard the
Steamer Canontcus, and were k.ndly received and
courteously entertaiied at Fort Pulaski. The follow
-1 ng card has been furnished us for publication :
Steamer Canonicus, i
August 21st, 1865. /
/ At a meeting of thi citizens and firemen of Savan
nah, who were authsrized by the Commandant of
the post of Savannai, Brigadier Gen. Davis, to pro
caed to Fort Pulasfl and remove the Fire Engine,
No. I, Hon R. D Arnold, Mayor of the city, was
called to the chair pnd Aldcrmarf Robert Larhllaoii
and Ex-Mayor Hon E. C. Anderson were appointed
Vice-Presidents, Geirge A. Mercer, Secretary.
The following coutilttee was appointed to draw
up eultable resolutous: Hon. R. D. Arnold, Chair
man ; Vice Presldnts Roliert Lachllson and Hon
E. 0. Anderson, Ho& Philip M. Russell and Geo.ge
A. Mercer, Esq . •
The commutes replied the following:
Resolved, Ist, -Hjit our thanks are due and hereby
tendered to Brig.tGen. Davis, Commanding the
P jst of Savannah, fir affording us trnaportatlan to
Fort Fulaskt for thi purpose of removing g, Engine
No. 8, belonging to he City of Savannah, to the cltv.
Resolved, 2nd, Tilt our thanks are due and hereby
tendered to Major lanntng, Commaudant of Fort
Pulaski, and his offers for the kindness and courtesv
extended to us durliiour visit. courtesy
Resolved, 3rd, Ttotjur thanks are due and are
hereby underedto qpt. A.R. ketchum, a. and o
Staff of Gen. Saxton, ad to Capt. Hilton and the
other officers of the learner Canonicus, for tlieir
kindness In affording J the opportunity ol rotumini
to Savannah by detafng the steamer Canonicus
the regular boat havlt passed up to the city. ’
Resolved, 4th, That nr kind acknowledgments are
due to 0. C. Casey, Aferman and Chief Fireman or
Savannah and his tirClier Firemen of the Savannah
FffeCompanr, for tbir liberal hospitality to the in
vited guests of the qiasiou.
Resolved 6th. The cy papers be requested to pub
' Heh these proceeding.
R. D. ARNOLD, Chairman.
Miss EmmJ Richards, reading tempo
rarily in Readiri, Penn., a daughter of John
Richards, of Bijlsboro’, while in company
with some of hi friends, on last Thureday
evening, ate fcffitcen plates of ice cream,
Complained of feeling unwell on Friday
merniDg, and did In tbe afternoon.
CAW. COWDREY’S COURT.
Savannah, Aug. hist, 1 y».
Mrs. T. Neve vs. Sarah Powers—U was ordered
that defendant pay the amount of $s for one month's
rent, within one week, or be confined in the county
jail nntil said rent is paid.
ElUa Webster (colored.) vs. Bunkum Peter Osborn
(colored.)—Attempt at Rape. It was ordered that the
defendant be confined in jail. Sentence withheld.
U. S. vs. S. W. Silversmith—Charge Ist, concealing
and storing hides, Charge 2nd, violating sanitary
orders. It was ordered that defendant pay a hue of
fifty dollars. Fine paid.
Lewis Katon vs. Frank Campbell, and Wm Hite.—
Theft of a watch. The prisoners having been ar
raigned plead guilty. It was ordered that Frank
Campbell and \\ illiam Hite be confined in the county
jail six months each.
PULASKI HOUSE, AUGUST 21, IS6S.
G 8 Hooker A servt, Au- Capt S Whitehurst, Sir
G R U ump Augusta Jas L McLeilan do
* T J l ,° waril ’ *°rk J W Mariner, do
« , and" J P Saunders, do
Mrs U Higgins Sc child Henrv Bentley, do
Mrs Bryant - Fred Booth, do
John Fox f A Covley do
Henry A Clarke . Wm T Lawso» A gem,
M Cornmgham Burke Cos Ga
J S Lawson A lady, Burke R H W Scaies do
„ Geo H Henry, Str Chase
Mrs J P Green, do James Phillips, do
J JOreskam, do Dr A Mathis,"sanderavtile,
John W Gibbons A lady, Ga
HUton Head H M Ervin, do
Capt M L Rogers, Steam- O R Ingraham, Str Helen
er Chase Getty
Capt W"Roatii do Hon C M Benedict, Rio de
Lt AY H Keller, Janerlo
C G Neldllnger, Washing- Rev John N Kelu, St Do
ton Cos mingo.
PORT ROYAL HOUSE (HILTON HEAD) AUG. 20.
M C Noyes, n Head J M Kelso,
J B Bacon, Charleston Capt S Sotm, 29CSCT
OF. Lambert, St Helena Capt E WPetttl do
J H Gould, Savannah Mrs Rodgers, New York
CB O’Leary do Mrs Barton,
Mrs Gamey, do . J B Norris, New H.
J Middleton, Georgia J F Hugne9, New York
M Danpelt, Ist V ft C
SEA ISLAND HOTEL, (HILTON HEAD,) Aug. 20,
H E Lord, Capt 4CS V J W Johnson, Baltimore
B B Eggleston, Ohio Maj E Smith, 58 N Y Vols
R B Hanley and Sister, C Modules, 32 US C T
D esto “ „ - , 1 R Humi'm, VS N, Bay
P M Whitman, Beaufort Point.
L A Saunders, H Head R B Stanley, Charleston
Shipping 1 Intelligence!
Mlnature Almanac—This Day.
Sun rises 5 27iMoon sets.., J 16
Sun set* 6 371 High water 8 14
FORT OF SAVANNAH.
Monday, Ang. 21,1866.
Pioneer Steamship Cha-e, Rogers, New York—to
Hunter A Cammeil.
Consignees—Adams Express Company, Ames A
Peabody, M Berytagh, Brigham A Cos., Blun A Meyer,
O F Bouve A Cos, R T Burch, TBatesou, A L Brad’lev,
C L Colby 4 Cos, Henry Christian. H Dettmers, Duii
can * Johnson, Erwin A Hardee, B F Ernestine, Ga
den A Unckles, C L Gilbert, J Gilliland A Cos, N A
Hardee A Cos, Hilton A Randell. Hess A Gutman, G A
Hudson, Hunter A Gammeil, A B Ives. G Roctheke A
Cos, E Itoctheke A Cos, Halsey, Watson A Cos, 1 If La-
Roche, W WLlnooln, J Ltppman, Lovell A Lattimore,
A Lefiler, B J Larcomb, A C Lomeltn, J Lama, h M
Lederer, (order) H Melnhard A Bro, M McDermott, l
Meyer, T Maloy G T Nichols, Order, W Parker A Cos,
F J Bucket Robinson a Van Doneu, W H Stark, A A
Solomons, Stuart A Cos, W II Sherwood, B G Tlldeu,
W H H Turner, J L Vllialonga, W M Walsh, C White,
Weed A Cornwell, P Walters.
Passengers.—G C Hooker, W S Williamson, EB
King, John Fox, John H Smith. Mr Henry, Mr New
kirk, E J Huai, C W Thompson, W M Josephs, G R
Crump, John H Laugham, Sarah Robins and child,
Mrs Higgins and child, John McNamara, J C Potter,
B A Harlngtou, A B Whealer, Mr Vervellen.
The Steamer Varuna, Capt. Whitehurst, from New
York, to Jno. R. Milder.
Passengers—M Kerapner,.? Reinhart A 4 children,
M B Gary, C C Ellis, Dan’l Cook, MichaM Rhoy Edward
J Kelly, lady and son, E. Zacherias, Mrs J Reinhart? J
0 A Gary, K T Hazzard, Michael Cunning-hum, II M
Consignees—9 L Colby A Cos., W W Lincoln, J Vil
lulouga, W Woodbrldge, C L Gilbert, E Zarharias, J
Reinhart, U S U M, P Donnelly, Wilkinson A Fargo,
M S Myer, J A Brumer, S W Mason, J R Wilder, Ber
man A Kuhet, Brady, Smith A Cos., Alexander Paul,
J C Schrlener A sou, S W Wright, H Manhart A Bro,
J G Watts, J D Laßoach, J G Meliotes, W H Stalk A
Cos.. Sephen Farclly, B P Elnstlen, F Champion, R J
Larcount. K Platshek, A A Solomon?. OctavusCohen.
Hunter A Gammeil.
Steamer Rfsolute, cannon. Augusta.
Steamer St Helena, Cercoplev, Beaufort.
Steamer U S Gram, Briggs, Hilton Head.
Steamer Canonlcus, Tilton, Fort Pulaski.
Steamer' Emille, Bender, HUton Head.
Steamer Canonlcus, Tilton, Fort Pulaski.
PORT OF PORT ROYAL,
Aug- is—Steamer Eliza Hancock, Short, N Y. gg|
Aug. 18—Cosmopolitan, Crooker, N. Y.
Christian's Mistake. By the author of “John
Halifax, Gentleman.” New York: Harper
Foedbal American Monthly. A Magazine
of Literature, Art, Science, Politics.
The first of these works, tor which we are
ndebted to Mr. J. 11. Estill, is a very pleas
ng domestic romance by a popular author.
The second is a first class monthly with
an attractive table of contents, the contribu
tors being among our ablest American au
Tbe Election in Kentucky—Military In
terference at the Polls—Despatch from
Telegraphic Correspondence Cincinnati Commercial.
Lexington, Ky., Aug. 7.
The most flagrant attempts were made here
this morning to carry the election by aid of
the military power. A list of proscribed
persons had been made out by some self
constituted Committee of Public Safety, and
was placed in tbe hands of a military officer.
Every one whose name appeared in it was
arrested, if he appeared near the polls. There
was no appeal from the list, and a willing
ness to take tbe test oath of Guv. Bramlette
did not save the proscribed. Private malice,
in many cases, was the only instigator of the
Tims’ toltowing telegraphic correspondence
between the sheriff of this county aDd GoV.
Bramlette shows the situation:
Lbxinoton, Aug 7, 1865.
To Gov. T. E. Bramlette, Frankfort, Ky. :
A military force occupies both voting places
In this city, and have arrested three men,
one for voting, and two for being in tbe
Court House, intending to vote. Thereupon
the officers of the election in one precinct
declined to go on with the election under
military dictation. The sherifi at one pre
cinct was arrested and taken to headquarters
while in the discharge of his duties. The
citizens stand ia front of the polls, and indi
cate to the soldiers those who arc not enti
tled to vote, and all such so pointed out are
not allowed to .present themselves to the
judges. What shall I do?
[Signed,] W. W. Dodder,
Sheriff Fayette County.
Fkankfokt, Aug. 7, 1865.
To W. W. Douden :
The officers of elections should be entirely
free from any military dictation or menace.
The military has no right to interfere unless
When called upon to support the authority
and decision of the officers of election. Any
attempt to control the action of the officers
of election, by the military, is in violation of
law and punishable by the laws of the State
and by the act of Congress. With the ar
rest of individuals, neither .the officers of
election nor myself have an jibing to do.
What the .Constitution and laws of Ken
tucky lay down as the rule for elections is
the only rule to be observed. If prevented
from observing these rules, I would not pro
ceed with the election. It should be free, and
according to law, or not be at all.
[Signed] T. E. Bramlette,
Governor of Kentucky.
The indiscreet zeal of the amendment party
r a ® Alienated many of its best friends and
inflicted a Waterloo defeat upon the cause of
ireedom in Kentucky, from which no speedy
f^ > rit7. ln . aybcc *P ected - The Cousena-
Stive ticket lias carried everything in this re
on, notwithstanding tbe polls in some of
eir strongest precincts were closed because
the Judges refused to qualify under .military
dictation; Shankly will beat Fry by at least
S,OOO majority. The Conservatives will have
a large majority In the next Legislature. "
James La-a \y.
COMMISSION MERCHANT. Sole Agent for
Jame* Wallace** Celebrated Whiskies, tiina, Alcohol,
Cologne Spirit*, and New England Rum. No. GStod
dardv Building, Bay street. Savannah. au!9
N. A. Hardee dL Cos.,
COMMISSION A FOR WARDING MERCHANTS
Established in 1836.
Office No. 9 Stoddard’s Row,
suit* Savannah, Ga.
BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT
Bfyanrtreet, next to Merchant*’ and Planters* Bank.
• FORW ARLING anoCOMMISS’N MERCHANT,
Office Home Ins. Cos., 89 Bay at.
Bell, Wylly A C hristinn, AUCTION. GEN
ERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS. Bay atreer. Savannah, Ga.
AM. Scarbrough A Cos., Groceey and Com
• mission Mib« jixniw, 140 Congress and 07 St.
Julian gts Highest market prices paid for Cotton,
Wool, Beeswax, etc, Liberal Adrar.ecs on Cotton. Ac.
U COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Bay street. Savannah, Ga.
ITTm. H. Staik. Wholesale Grocer and Com
▼ r mission and Forwarding Merchant, corner Lin
coln and Buy street. ang22
WINES, LIQUORS, ~&c.
HO. Ruwe & Cos.,
• WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
LIQUORS, ALES AND LAGER BEER,
Cor. St. Julian street .and Johnson square.
Israel R. Sealy A Cos.,
SOUS AIiKXTS AND liIFORTERS Or
Ch. FARRE CHAMPAGNES,
In the Statu of (Jk-oigLt.
207 Lay at., between Lai Raid and Jefietson,
»n9 Savannah. Ga, •
Israel R. Sealy A Cos.,
WHOLESALE PEALKRS IN
IMPORTED WINES, i ORDIALS, HRANDIES AND
an 9 207 Bay at., Ixtwetn Barnard and Jefferson
J La in a, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Span
• isu Seoabs, Fbenoii Brandies. Wines, W&ibkkt
and other Liquors. Tobacco of all kinds.
191 Bay street, Savannah. Ga.
' DRY GOODS.
John C. Maker A Cos., Wholesale and Kktail
Dealer in DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES.
TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS, Ac , &c.
__ _ Cor. Congri g* and Whitaker sts.
Thomas Pepper, Wholesale and Retail Dealer
in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, at Vnprece
dented Lotc Ibices. ONE PRICE ONLY.
115 Congress street.
Presdee A Orff.
DRY GOODS—Wholesale ani> Retail.
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, Ac.
Samuel M. Lederer, Jobber and Retailer of
Fancy asd Staple Dry G<»odß, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats, .kc. 140 Congress street.
S. N. Gragg 8k Cos., 102 Bryan street, Deal
ers in Fine GROCERIES and PROVISIONS—
Agents for Allen’s WAIIOE BITTERS. Licensed
Dealer in WINES and LIQCOKB. an!9
SS. Miller, 157 Broughton street, has for sale,
. cheap. Flour, Sugar, Syrup, Lemons, Hay, Oats,
Corn, Cow P as, Finders, Potatoes, Turnips, Onions
and Cabbages. * au9
MFerst & Cos.. \\ I o.esale Dealer in Wises, Li
• quoits, Seoaes, lat < vGaooxr.iia, Candies, Ac.
te . Congress street^
AF. Mint, Wuoi.esile and Retaii, Dealer in
* GROCERIES, FI(nT6, Ac.
Cor. Whitaker and Congress st. Lane
Cougiiou Ik Symons, ;
Wholesale and retail grocers.
Corner Whitaker and St. Julian sts.j
Old Stand of \V. R. Symons.
Hilton & Randell, WHOLESALE OROCERS,
193 Bay Steset, are constantly receiving par
steamers from N. York, the largest and most complete
assortment of GROCERIES hi this city.
EP. Deyo, Dealei: in Choice Family Groceries,
• Wines, liQlons, Ac.
133 Broughton street.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
161 Broughton street
~ lIRUGGISTs! ~
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
null Sourheast cor. Barnard und Broughton sts.
New Drug House,
Corner Congress and Barnard sts.
JACOB LIPPADAN, late Kino A Waring.
TUomus M. Turner, «
Sonthwes 1 car. Barnard and Broughton sts.
A A. Solomon? 8k Cos.,
- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
tw Orders executed accurately and with despatch.
The “hive On k,” corner of Drayton street and
Bay Lane. CHOICE WINES, ALES and SEGAIIB
at Retail. Dunn A McMahon, Proprietors. an 19
O’Toole ok Cos.,
BILLIARDS, LIQUORS, WINES. Ac.
Broughton st.. third door from Bali.
Billiard Saloon. Bv WALTER O'MEARA
ALE?, WINKS, LIQUORS, &<:.
Buy street, over Express Office.
ITnion Shades, Terence Nuuent, Proprietor.
J ALES, WINKS, LIQUORS, sEGARS, Ac.
65 Bull at., opposite Plilaeki House.
St. Charles Saloon, fin rear of Post Office,! by
A. Stamm. I rTiotenale and Retail. None hut
CHOICE WINKS and LIQUORS served. Free Lunch.
• CONFECTIONER—WhoIesaIe and Retail.
SYRUPS, CORDIALS AND FINE CONFECTIONERY
OF ALL HINDS.
140 Broughton street, two doors from Barnard.
• WHOLESALE AND aFTAIT. DEALER IN
CIDERS, LEMON, STRAWBERRY and RASPBERRY
syrups, candies, ate., /to.,
gy In any quantities, to suit Purchasers. SI
GAS FITTING, &c.
Ihlumbiug und C»as Fitting,
i By JOHN ii. CULLEN,
Broughton st., one door We .t of Barnard.
\\T 11. Williams, Uab Fitter aud Pi.csu.eb,
•TV • aud Dealer ia Tin Ware, lives* Fcrnisuino
Good*, 4c. 145 Broughton gireet.
Weed ft Cornwell,
Wholesale Dealers in Hardware and Tim Wabe.
No. 15U and 161 Broughton street.
U A PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER.
til Bryan st.’, next to cor. Whitaker.
SIXIARS, TOBACCO. &q
F _ Kolb. . *
. SEGAR9, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, Ac.
Barnard street, one door South of the Market.
CP. Lopez, Sbqabb, Tobacco, Smurf, Pipfs,
a Fanov Articles, stationery, ac.
Cor. Bull uud Broughton sts.
Constant, Importer of Domestic amii Havana
• Skoals Mekusoualm Bifer, Ac Also, Whies,
Champagnes and other Liquors.
Bull street, opposite the Rost Office.
CHINA WARE, &c.
ED. Smyth, QUEENSWARE, GLASS AND
a CHINA, at Whvluaaleuna Retail.
lOSt Brough tun street, 2d door from cor, of Ball
John Kyan, Bottler of SODA WATER, PORTER
und ALB, CORDIALS, SYRUPS, Ac.
Cor. Bay and West Broad streets.
- 1..' ■■ -gfr"j .1 ■ ■ Jhiy»9»g=L-=L
AR6 HITECTU RE,_&c.
Jumt- v. Blame, Master Carpenter, Architect
and Draughtsman, will attend to ail calls on bus
iness in the above branches, S3f Office No. 124 fifty
street, next to Stoddard's Range. aub
PRINTING, STATIONERY, &c.
Saville & Loach,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
Cor. Uryan afreet aud Market Square.
Xtorkinz Ink, Mancpactured and for sale by
iVJL DAVID U. GALLOWAY,
Geo. 11. Nichols.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
Bay at., between Aborcom and Drayton
jr. Parse, LITHOGRAPHER, STATIONER,
BINDEK JOB PRINTER, 4c.
_ No. 6 Whitaker street,
SW. Mason *Sfc Cos.,
_• HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE
No, 111 Ray street.
DIRECTORY -- CONTINUED.
H. A. Topb.iu, lis Congress street Sevan
u*h, and 7 Merchants' Row, Port Royal, 8. O ,
Dealer In Fine Ready Made Clothing, Gents' Furnish
ing Goods, Hat* and Capa, Ac. auil
Dr. V M. Suee<l,
Scooessob to Dr. E. Parsons,
York street, near Court House, Savannah, Ga aulo
WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.
FD. Jordan, Dealer in WATcuia and Jewelry,
• Sii.vek and Plated Ware Fancy Goom, Ac.
Or Watches auJ-.lewelry Repaired.
129 Congress st., opposite the Pulaski House.
HAIR DRESSING, &e.
Oulaski House Barber Shop, icor. Bull and
■A Bryan sts.j Shaving, Hair Cutting, Shampooing,
Whiskers Dyed, Ac. Fancy Soups, Cologne, Neck Tie#
aud other Fancy Ajtides for sale.
Deiiuta Falvey, FURNITURE WAREHOUSE.
New Wohk Made to Order. Repairing, Bell
Hanging, Ac., at short notice. 13S Broughton at.
BOOTH AND SHOES.
Ames Cfc Peaboily, Joblfers In Men’s, Women’s.
and Children s Calf Serge and Kid BOOTS and
SHOES, of all kinds and qualities.
152 Congress st., 4th door North of the Market.
Geo, T. Nichols,
RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
tlO Broughton st., 2d door from Bull.
Jobu J. Purtllle, (late Recorder of the Second
Provost Court) will attend to all Writings and
business entrusted to his care, at Saloon of Terence
Nugent, Jr., opposite Pulaski House.
JT. Heading & Cos.,
Cor. Whitaker and St'. Julian ate.
Wilson's Photographic Gallery,
Soctu-east corXer Broughton and Wnnutt Sts.
ALL KINDS OF PICTURES KNOWN TO THE ART
_aufß_ Exeoiitd in the Very Bkbt Manner
PAINTS, OIL 9, &c!
John Oliver, Honse and Sign Painter. Dealer
in Paints, Oils. Glass, Ac. No. 11 Whitaker
Thomas \V. Shea,
* HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER:
Dealer in Paint?, Oils, Ac. St. Julian .treat, old
stand of Jno. G. Falligant. aul9
ORPHANS’ Fa 7 R~.
THERE will be a Fair given for the benefit of two
Orphans, on Wednesday evening, August 23d. at
the southeast corner of Barnard and Liberty streets.
The Fau- will open at 5 o'clock iu the afternoon.—
Amongst tbe articles for Raffle will be a handsome
Odd iellowte Regalia. aug2l
BT a good tenant, a Dwelling House. Also, a
Address Tenant, Herald office. anl9-S
TABLE BOARDERS WANTED
qU'PERIOK ihducements are offered for a few Table
Gentlemen wishing for (he above, will please apply
at tbe corner of St. Juliau and Lincoln streets, first
door on Casaei Row. C aul4
FIFTEEN CARPENTERS, to whAm steady em
ployment will be given. Apply to J.»mdß C\
Blance, 124 Bav street, or on board steamer Amazon,
at foot of East street. &U2l-2
FIFTY TONS ot Rags and Waste Paper. The
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID. Ateo, Cot
ton Pickings, Wool Hides, Tallow, Grease, Mel.ls,
Bottles, Ac., at the
FOREST CITY MILLS,
au4-tt , Savannah.
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,
At XXiltoxx Ilonci, 8. 0.,
THE Palmetto Herald Building having been Newly
Fitted Up, now offers large and airy rooms, suita
ble for Sleeping Apartment* or business purposes.
For terms apply to W. S. Sampson, Jr., Box No. 25,
Hilton Head Post Office, or ott the premises, corner 6f
Merchants’ Row and Palmetto Avenue, from 4 o'clock
to 6 o’clock p. m ju22
BY ISAAC D. LnROCHE,
SOUTH-EAST CORNER BAY AND BARNARD STS.
At Private Sale,
Several Desirable Dwellings pleasantly situated.—
Stores. Wharves, and other property, lying adjacent
to the city. Parties desiring to make an Investment
wiU do well to call and examine before purchasing
EMERY PATENT GIN,
Compactness, Economy of Time,
Space and Labor,
Far Surpasses any other Oin ever before
offered to the Pnbllc.
THE undersigned are prepared to furnish them at
regular rates, being the sole Agents for Horace
L. Emery, Patentee and Manufacturer
Messrs. AME?, PEABODY & OG., No. 162 Congress
street, have the above GHn on exhibition. Samples
can al9o be seen at the warehouse of
CHAS. L. COLBY 4 CO.,
au2s-tf - corner Bay and Abercorn streets.
TO COT TO NS HI PPE RS.
IS PREPARED to take Cotton on Storage, at the
lowest rates, and . T _ *
ON THE CORNER OF JEFFERSON 4 BAY STS.
For the purpose of
Shipping ( otlon for the Public
Furnishing Ink. &c.
■ au7 in
CHOICE TABLE BUTTER, at SB cents per pound
1 Cooking Butter, at 30 cents per ponnd.
A large lot just received by steamer, und for sale by
*► Whitaker street.
A liberal discount made to the Trade. -aulii-lw
FIVE CASES ol Extra Quality Clear Sides, •'Pug
man 6 Green’s" New York dty cured.
For sale by
F. fi. HERTZ,
Northeast cower of Bay and Whitaker street*
aul9 ' 9
(Congress st,, between Jefferson and Montgomery sts.,)
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON
PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHT,
Prof. K. Richter, Leader,
*A r “ Refreshments of the best quality and in every
variety, Imo aulO
DRV GOODS AND CLOTHING^
H. A. TOPHAM, 7
133 CongifiM Street, Savannah, Georgia.
NO. 7 MFKCHANTS' ROW, HILTON MEAD.
CALLS the attention of Wholesale and Retail pur
chasers to hin superior Stock of
MILITARY. NAVAL and CITIZENS’ CLOTHING,
w GENTS* FURNISfIINO GOODS,
For sale at the Lowest Market price
Additions to the Stock received by every Steamer
from New York. ju2l-tt
Carhart, Wliitford & Cos.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
READY MADE CLOTHING,
331 and 333 Buoadway. cou. Worth Street,
NEW YOR K.
«r F 'if A w ABT ' I u *- s *v Sarriß,
WM. H. Wuitvord, | A. T. Hxmiltom,
_ J. B. Van W aokncn.
Office of Payan A Carhart in liquidation.
RIDDELL & MURDOCK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
SUTLERS' AND NAVAL STORES, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
Gxntlemxn's FumNisaiNO Goods, to.,
Ho. 5 Merchants' Row, Hilton Head, 8. C„
W. O. BIDUXI.L. (Jul3-tf) «. 1. MUBOOOM.
11 Merchants Row, Hilton Head, So. Ca.
CALL the attention of Wholesale and Retail pur
chasers to their snpetlor stock of
MILITARY AND NAVAL CLOTHING,
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, and Plated
Ware, Swords, Sashes, Belts. Embroideries, Boots, Caps
Field Glasses, Gauntlets Glovoa, Ac.. Ac,7*c
THE NEW SKIRT FOR 1865.
AW ONDERFCL Invention for ladies. Unquestion
ably superior to all others.
Don't fail to read the advertisement In the Savannah
Herald containing nill particulars every Saturday
mo rain?. JyC 6taw3m
PER STEAMER AMERICA.
Fancy and black cassimeres
One case Fancy and Black Calicos
Brown Canton Flannels
Colored Belt Ribbons
100 dozLodles’ White Cotton Hose, good quality
Huck Towels aud Damask Table Linen
One case yard wide English Prints, Ac.
For sale by
Dr WITT A MORGAN.B
THE undersigned have this day entered into Copart
nership to carry on Stevadorage, Drayage, Stor
age and Commission bnsiness, under the name of H
J. Dickerson A Cos.
Office, second door west of Messrs. Andrew Low A
Cos. H. J. DICKERSON.
T. A. GOODWIN.
_ „ . N. B. BROWN.
Ga., August 21,1SCT>. au2l-lm
Proposals for Wood.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
District us Savannah,
CK AI.ED PROPOSALS will be received at this office
until the Ist day of September, 1866 next, at 12
o’clock m , for the delivery of 25» cords dry, merchant
able Oak and 280 cords merchantable Pine Wood, to
be delivered on the Government Wharf in Savannah,
Ga., or at such place as may be hereafter designated
by proper'aothority. at such times and In such quan
tities us may be hereafter directed bythe undersigned,
said wood to be subject lo inspection by an officer of
the Quartei master’s Department authorised to inspect
r>he same. Payment wiil he made for not less than
to cord sand in snch ftmdsas may be furnished the
Proposals to he endorsed—" Proposal? for Wood "
SIDNEY S. STARR,
an-'l-U Chief Quai leimastei District of Savannah.
BY' the flint of October, or as soon as the malls are
re-established, I will renew the publication of
the “CHRISTIAN INDEX” and of the ‘•CHILD’S IN
DEX" I have been publishing.
Price of “Index, "per annum $3 00
Price of “Child’s Index," 50
(A deduction made for Clnbs j
Money may be remitted at once, as my determination
la positive. My desire I? to secure a large subscrip
tion list with which to begin, and I Issue this Pros
pectus, that subscribers may have time to forward
their remittances. -
It is my Intention to issue first class papers, and no
pains or expense will he spired to secure that end.—
The best writers and correspondents will be secured,
and the highest religious aud literary talent will be
given to the papers. The Child’s Paper will be pro
fusely illust mted and will, In every sense, be made to
conform to its new title,
THE CHILD’S DELIGHT.
Money may be sent by Express or otherwise—ls by
Express, at my risk, if the Express receipt la sent me,
on the resumption of mall faculties.
My connection with the firm of J. W Burke & Cos. is
dissolved, but I will establish an office in Macon, Ga.,
where communications may be addressed.
UUI6-2W SAMUEL BOYKIN.
HAMS AND SHOULDERS, landing from Steamer
America. For sale lu lots to salt purchasers.
anlT-0 BELL WYLLYJA CHRISTIAN.
PIONEER SAW MILL.
WE mosbrespectfolly announce to the citizens ol
Savannah and others requiring LUMBER that
our npw Saw Mill at the foot of Zubly street, near the
Savaunah and-Ogeechee Canal, is completed. We are
now prepared to saw and furnish Lumber in large or
Bmall quantities to suit purchasers, and respectiully
solicit a share of public patronage. We will also pur
chase TIMBER as It arrives lu tula market.
JySl-tf ROSE A ARKWRIGHT.
SG/IA GALLONS, from one to five years old.—
,UUV Samples of each sent by Express, with list
of price*. Also, in cases of one and two doaen each.
HS. CONNOVE Distiller,
anlfi-1 m__ reehoid, N. J.
FOWLE & CO.,
NO. 10 BRQADWAY, NEW YORK.
(Formerly of Alexandria, V*,)
IMPORTERS OF RAILROAD IRON,
DEALERS IN RAILROAD SECURITIES
AND RAILROAD SUPPLIES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Are prepared to contwict for the delivery of Rail
either f. o. b. In Woles or ex*ehip at any desired Fort
Iron, Iron, Iron.
WANTED Immediately, Fifty Ton* of wrought and
Cast Scrap Don and Metals. The highest ca»h
OLIVER 4 CO,
auV? Forest City Mills, S.vannah.
ot GRCS3INK, in stand* at 4S CO per gross. 16
ZQ dozen Arnold’s Wilting Fluid, pints, at 47 per
dozen. For sale by
SAVILLE 4 LEACH.
au!2 ts cor. Bryan street and Market square,
THE firm of O'MEARA 4 CO. having been dissolv
ed by a decree of the First Provost Court of Savan
nah. all persons having claims against said firm wUI
present them forthwith to the undersigned,
jy26-tf. W O’MEARA.
U. S. Court of Claims.
HAVING been a clerk and a commissioner to take
depositions In this court for stx years,-1 am pre
pared to write PETITIONS and arrange the PAPERS
In cases to go before tfiat tribuna for private property
seized by tire United States military authorities. I,
have made arrangements In Washington to have all
cases promptly ''T******™^^™*
Office on Thirteenth street, near Cary, up stairs
Refers to—Duncan 4 Jotmkon, Savannah; Major
A. Porter. - angS lw
NILE OF [. N. FENNELS.
WILL BE SOLD AT
BAT POINT, PORT ROTAL, &
Jkot Public Auction,
Saturday, Sept. 2 , at/10 ami.
The following named U. 8, Vessels, viz.:
Steamers CHATHAM and O. M. A.TITT, side
wheel, light draught, well adaptpl fir shallow
rivers Schooners MAIL and SWIFT.
Baric VALPARAISO. Sloop PERCY
DRAYTON. Hull of Ferry
Boat ELLEN, and three
Newport Sail Boata.
TF.RMS—Cash in Government funds; one-sixth of
the purchase money on the day of male; and the re
mainder in six days. The vessels to be removed im
mediately after the full payment is made.
Tags will be st Hilton Heed, at 9 o'clock a. m., of
Sept. 2d, to transport to Bay Point persons who wis*
to purchase these vessels. aul9-3
FOR NEW YORK,
Th ® U- 8. Mail Steamship CHASE,
M. L. Roon«, will sail for the
above port on her regular day,
Tlturwla}’, Assg. Mth, at 10 O’clock.
For Freight or Passage, haring superior accommo
dations, apply to
BUNTEH A GAMMKLL,
au2l 4 84 Bay street.
FOR NEW YORK.
~» THE new and elegant tint clam
, Yij'U.S.M.dl Steamship CONSTITUTION,
Capt. Green man, will positively sail for
above port on
Wednesday, Aug. 23d, at 91-S o’clock a. n.
For freight or passage, having splendid accommo
dations, apply to
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.,
an2l Stoddard's Building, opposite Post Office.
Atlautic Coast Mall Stea m
whip Company. •
FOR NEW YORK,
t Tib First Class Steamship VERU
NA. will positively sail onTHURS-
DAY, the 24tli Inst,pit o’clock, p.
For Freight or Passage, having very superior accom
modations, apply to
aul9 JOHN R. WILDER.
POE NEW YORK
The first class U. 8. Msll Steamships
NEVADA, .... Capt. Cabtsmteb.
UNITED STATES, .... Capt. Suam.
AMERICA, - Capt Ci.ift
CONSTITUTION, . - . Capt OmauAN.
The above ships compose tbe Line, and will sail
from New York and Savannah every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO, Agents,
WAKEMAN, GOOKIN A DICBTNBON, Agents,
17 Broadway, New York.
Will leave Savannah for New York o«
Saturday, 'tilth Instant.
For Freight or Passage apply to
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN * CO.,
1y284f _ Agents.
Regular Weekly Line of
CLIPPER SCHOONERS FOR
CT’HE undersigned Intend to keep np a regular week.
A ly line of first class Sailing V&metaplrtm be
tween Savannah and the above port, with superior
accommodations for passengers and the verv best fa
duties for delivering freight In good orderpatTow rates,
with promptness and despatch. Particular attention
given to forwarding goods from New York
CHARLES L COLBY * 00.,
anlß cor. Bay and Abercorn streets
Line of Sailing Vessels
For JACKSONVILLE, Fla.
THE A1 Schooner W. B. MANN, Capt. C-roues B.
Waxen, now discharging, will be ready to re
reive cargo In a lew d.ys To r fee above port at sow
For freight or passage apply to
.mo CHiB L °°LBY 4 CO.,
*° l9 if Cor. Bay and Abercorn Bts.
Line of Sailing Vessels.
fIIHE fine Clipper Bark a B. WALKER, Capt. L. B.
\4,rlr ™ T s&rnlv r f2&. to receive cargo°or New
dispatch FWDAY ' th * 18th lna * • an d will have quick
Baa accommodation for a few first-class passengers
APP*, 10 ~ CHAS. L. CULBY P ACO?
* Bli> ff Oor. Bay and Abercorn its.
And Forwarded Semi-Weekly.
Per STEAMER AMAZON, Capt R. Joane Ow.
Per STEAMER LAURA, Capt. Bowaso Hili.zb.
Haring a commodious Warehouse on Dillon's Wharf,
we are prepared to receive freights, above.
Due notice will be given of the days of departure
of each steamer.
ERWIN 4 HARDEE.
JOHN L. ROUMILLAT.
amß lm Agent on Wharf.
TO LEAVE ON SATURDAY EVENING,
The Steamer AMAZON, Capt Richard Johnson,
will leave Dillon's Wharf, on Saturday evening, 26th
Freight received at Warehouse every day
ERWIN 4 HARDEE
JOHN L. ROUMILLAT,
« u2 * Agent on Wharf.
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
A BE notified that Goods will be received at onr
XV Warehouse, on Dillon's Wharf, at any time du
ring the week. • ERWIN 4 HARDEE.
For Freight or Charter.
r PHE fine Schooner GEO. .HENRY, SO tona, A. B.
X Curtis, Master. „
Prefers chartering by the month to trade down the !
ooaat or to tbe West Indies. *
will carry 860 barrels, or 115 tons dead weight.
For farther particulars inquire of
c7u COLBY 4 00.. I
anglb-tf Comer Bay and Aberwro sts. J
THE Packet SchcoMr E. D. FINNEY, Oapt.
Heathers, will meet with despatch for the above port.
For freight aoply to -
*613 3 fIt'N'TER A OAMMELL.
CONNECTING WITH ATLANTIC AND
gui.f r. r for thomasville:
TMUt Light Draught Steamer WM. G. GIBBONS,
A Capt Pbtlpot, will leave Dillon's Wharf on
Tuesday morning, 22d inst., at 9 o'clock, and will
ply reguteriv between Savannah and Doctortown. iu
connection with tbe Road, leaving as follows;
SAVANNAH EVERY TUESDAY.
DOCTORTOWN EVERY THURSDAY.
Freight receipted for through to any point ou Rail
road between Doctortown and Thomasvihe
Freights payable here.
ERWIN A HARDEE.
, JOHN i, ROUMILLAT,
aug2t-lm Agent on Wharf.
Atlantic & Gulfr lroad
> **~ l ** i - - I, n Mlf r
OTIcE Is hereby Riven that an arrangement has
Av been entered Into between Mesere. Erwin t
Hardee. Agentajor the
STEAMER WM. C. GIBBONS
and this Company, by which Passengers aud Freight
will bo transported to and from Thomaavtlle and Ha
Vannah and all Intermediate points.
Goods will be received at any time daring the week
at the Hteamer'a Warehouse, on Dillon's Wharf.
Acting President Albany & Gulf Railroad.
GASPER J. FULTON,
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
No, 111 Bay Htreet,
SAVANNAH, . GEORGIA.
We respectfully call the attention of the public to
the facilities which we have for doing all kinds of
THE BEST PRESSES
For doing all kinds of work, and we keep them in
good repair. We employ only
FIRST GLASS PRINTERS
OF LONG EXPERIENCE AND TRIED ABILITY,
New Printing Materials
From the Best Northern Foundries, to whith we are
const anrly making additions. *
We are prepared to execute orders for
BILLS OF FARE,
BUSINESS CARDS, TICKETS,
Or any other kind of PRINTING—in aki mu.
We have a
Fine Assortment of Inks
PRINTING IN COLORS.
ORDERS BY BAIL OR EXPRESS
Will receive prompt and csrefhl attention, and the
work will be forwarded
FREE OF CHARGE FOR TRANSPORTATION.
We endeavor to do all our work well, and togivw
complete Mtlsffectlon to onr customer^.
Are as low as the present high cost of stock, mate
rial, labor and living will admit of, and are below the
Increased rates which rule In other lines of bntlnraa
S. W. MASON & CO.,
11l Bay Street, Savannah. Georgia.
To be Issued on or about the 16th of July, 1866,
Br J. W. BURKE 4 CO., - MACON, GA
18 UDd " uken •* Uw suggestion of
of the country, as a
method of extensively advertising their bnainem.—
While we wiUpnblish the advertisements of all who
may favor oa with their patronage, the paper will also
Co ? t ?ft^ ic g' o,l,oll °f tbc Markets In all the prlncl
pal CitleA Rates of Exchange, Brokerage, Ac!, and
sraof ev«y dmtriptlo. that wUi be of
interest to the Mercantile Community.
Nor will the “MIRROR " be excluaively filled with
advertisements; but the paper will be sufficiently large
to leave ample room for Editorials, Correspondence.
Select Reading Matter, 4c. It will be a rAaiLv, as
wh-l xa x ntrauose rAria, and we intend that It shall
\-islt every City, Town and Village in the Conntry.
All can perceive the advantage of advertising in a
ik l * description. OCR TERMS WILL BE
LIBERAL. We are unable to publish them in this
Circular, not knowing what number of onr friend* will
waat tiretr Business Cards, Notices, 4c., brought ba
fare tbe Public through this medium. Wc will only
say to all, send 'your Advertisements to us Immedi
ately ; state how much .-pace you wiah them to occu
py, directions, 4c. Wo have a large Stock of Fancy
Type, Cuts and material for displaying them, and feel
confident of meriting the patronage and approval of
all Business Men. As eoon as we arrive at the amount
of matter and size of paper required, we will make lm
estimate, and publish the rates for advertising. In the
first number. They will bz as low as possibla to
allow us TO publish the riFEx. Deeming It superflu
ous to argue the benefit of this enterprise to the adver
tising world, we leave the subject with It, feeling as
sured It will meet Its cordial co-operation and sup
port. Address J. W. BURKE A CO ,
Agent In Savannah:
Pro. N. Nicaoi s. Bay Street .fylfr-tf
Millstones, finrrstones anil
ROGER FILS & CO.,
PROPRIETORS of the lareert and most celebrated
Jl Quarries of France. No. 21 PEARL STREET,
near the Produce Exchange, NEW YORK.
In the expectation of a large trade with the South,
! ROGER FI1& 400 have just received, and will con.
I tlnne to receive, heavy shipments of first class Blocks,
| Panels, and Millstones, particularly suitable for the
They have also a good assortment of Hand uni, of
various makers, and Bolting Cloth* of the beat quail,
ties, at the lowest rate*. autT-J /