fj/ 0 fA L ■ ATTERS,
■ ltur r of ttteamahlps and Bu»mm.
V p * FOB K«W yoke.
■ ,jp chase, Thursday, at 10 o'clock.
Nevada. Saturday morning, at 11*
dated States, Wednesday, aotli Inst.
|H Volunteer, Thursday afternoon, at 5
Amazon, Saturday afternoon, 28th Inst.
" for IiOCTOBTOWN.
H (Vm . o. Gibbons, every Tuesday morning
11 „er Helen Getty, this afternoon, at 4 o'clock
Office Provost Marshal, i
Savannah, Aug. 21, 1865. [
■ . rUW „ wishing to take the Amnesty Oath wIU
IK tue offlee on Bryan street between # and 12
lm Utiles wIU apply at the Custom House he-
■ a ud 4P m. each day.
' w. 8. Norton,
Lieut, and Asst. Prov. Marshal.
■ lufrovemknts— Move in the Right Di
■L 1 ' ._ v gentleman of this city who Is owner of
Krc valuable building lots in the vicinity of the
■muc and Gulf Rad Road Depot, has, we under-
Ed ordere 1 a number of wooden houses, sttlta-
Eor small families, to be constructed In Portland,
■ to be shippped to SavannalL The house* are
Eected to arrive here In the course of the next two
■uhs when they will be ereated on the lou above
Burned, and will soon be In readiness for the oc-
Baucr of families. In the present scarcity and
Bi prices ifcumber and all other building materl-
Ejis wcUwabor, the plan adopted of having the
Ingres built abroad is certainly a good expedient
■Acre B at present a pressing demand for dwel
■A o! this class, and should the scheme prove suf
lEui. we hope soon to see the enterprise of the
EEleuan alluded to imitated by others. In the
■M,.„ elU eig*ncy the fire resfr.ctlon might be tem
(EErilv suspended, and the burnt district beyond
im Broa j street covered with frame tenements
B:a would yield a good Interest on the Investment
Befford great relief to a large number of ourcitl
who now flud it difficult to obtain houses.
'Be notlee with pleasure that Mr. A. J. Aylesworth,
is repairing the property of the estate of
X Dunning, southwest corner of Whitaker street
Bbsv lane. This property during the war was
destroyed by Are. Its roof will be of slate,
'B>ruierly. By the repairing of these premises two
(Brfores, on good business stands, will be re-estab
■ all rt as the demand for business places Is very
Bat. they "hi lie readily rented. Mr. Ayle3worth
B>hi engaged in repairing for the estate of Mr.
the Iron-front building on the north side of
'Bughtou street, third door cast of Whitaker street,
partially destroyed by Are.
■ Visit to the Market.—Yesterday morning, one
reporters visited the market, where he had
pleasure oi meeting Mr. Emanuel Sheflall, the
superintendent of that mstltntlon. Upon
examination, the market was found to be In
condition and wtU policed. A number of
were engaged la whitewashing the bnlldlng.
H h work Is done frequently. From reports made,
appear that the rates established by General
lor the sale of meats, etc., have not been uni-
adopted. The evil can easily be remedied,
who may be Imposed upon by venders
re only to call upon Mr. Sheftali and notify him
he fact, and he will promply regulate the dlfflei -
e!. Tlat being a part of his duty, he Is faithful In
discharge, having no friends to reward, but the
file to protect against extortion.
)ur market at the preseut time Is well supplied
th all descriptions of salt water Ash, such as yel
r tails, crockves, young sheep head, bounders, etc.
he vegetable market Is supplied with green com
abundance, water melons without number 'and
a. toinatos and other vegetables of the season,
he beef market Is well supplied with grass fed
rs aud from the appearance of the meat offered we
of the opluiou that great care is taken in pre
rlug the animals for slaughter and sale.
)£jth of Carr. James Joseph Lawler.—We re
st to anuounce the death of this estimable gentle
n and sV.tlful navigator, which occurred In New
rk city on the sth Inst. Capt. Lawler arrived In N.
rk from Savannah, in the ship Caravan, of which
Ssel he was master, on the Arst lust. On the suo
dlng day he was taken sick with Epileptic fever,
i died on Saturday the sth. The deceased was 38
of age, aud a native of Liverpool, England. He
many warm friends In this city, and a wife
Hd two children In New York, to mourn Ills untluie
intelligence of the death of Capt. Lawler, was
yesterday by Ills brother Capt. L. Lawler,
By the announcement In another
it will be seen that the Theatre will be open
s■ on Friday evening, by a company of amateur
lesaud gentlemen, under the direction of Mr.
C. Brvdon, favorably known to our theatrical
lc. The gentlemen comprising the company,
have performed with credit on our boa rds, will
Us occasion have the aid of two young ladlea of
innali, who will make their Arst appearance on
ibllc stage. The pieces selected are popular,
the entertainment promises to be attractive.
)R Florida.—By the advertlsemt in another
min It will l>* seen that the steamer Helen Getty
es this afternoon, at four o’clock, for Palatka,
Ida, touching at all the lntetmediate ports. Th*
y (previously the St. Johns) has recently been
oughly repaired and reAted, and Is now in every
ect a safe, comfortable and pleasant freight and
lenger boat, well adapted to the coast navlga-
Stf.ajieb amazon.—This light-draught up-river
uner Is how undergoing a thorough overhauling
er the supervision of Capt Richard Johnson. Mr
les C. Blance, an experienced mechanic, la en
ed in making the necessary improvements in tbe
»1 work. Satnrd&y afternoon the Amazon will
e for Augustta.
son Florida.—The 3tearaer Fountain, Capt
:ner, arrived last evening from Palatka and
:r points South of Savannah. We are Indebted
’urser Wm. B. Jackson for favors.
f.kital from ArousTA.—The U. S.Tranaport Au
ta Capt. Lawler, from Augusta. We are In
tel! to Mr. Jas. McLaughlyn, on* of her Officers
late Augusta paper*.
‘e would direct attention of our reader*, tspecl
of those having claims or other legal business
he Departments at Washington, to th* card of
lessrs. Browning A Ewing, Attorneys and Counsel
irs at Law, which will be found In another column.
Ir. Browning Is an ex-Senator of Illinois, and Mr.
Iwing late a Brigadier General of United States Vol
inteers. ", i
Personal.—Among the passengers on board the
teamer Nevada, arrived yesterday from New* York,
s Mr. Hudson G. Wolfe, Agent of Adolpbo Wolfe,
he famous Importer of Schedam Aromatic Scbapps,
jrandles, Wines, Ac. We presume he visits Savan
rnh on business connected with his house.
Arrivlof another Nf.w.riTEAMER.—The steamer
fulon, Capt. Moody, built In Augusta, arrived In our
lort yesterday. She had a fair freight, but no pas
enger*. Her extreme light draft fits her for the up
frer trade, for which she U specially designed.
f Mr. Alex. N. Wilson, Collector of Internal Revenue
ethe Seventh Dtatrlct of Georgia, arrived In Sa
inah yesterday. The attention of shippers Is di
ced to hla Special Notice, In our advertising
umns. • •
rom New York.—The steamship Nevada, Capt.
rpenter, arrived fyeaterday morning from New
rk. We are Indebted to Purser Richardson for
ncE frovost marshal, scß-DrviaioN of the
IBEECBEE—BEFORE CAFT. BAML. COWDREY, PRO
SA+ANIIAH, AUg. 23,1365.
United States vs. W H. Bennett—Vi (Rating Sanitary
Orders, and disobeying ordere of "rovost Marshal.
It was ordered tbit defendant be c(Alined In the City
Guard House until the fine of SSO be paid.
Mary Leon (colored) vt. Peter iastlnge—throwing
water on a woman and Infant. /It was ordered that
the defendant be confined in tte City Guard House
two week*, or pay a line of ten Hollars.
United States vs. Alexander Hamilton (colored)—
theft from lhe United States cSmmiaaary store- 1*
was ordered that defendant be Rnfined In the Coun
ty Jail one month. M-
United States vs-. Mary May fklored)— petit larce
ny. It waa ordered that the be coaled in
tbe County jail one month. FT
PULASKI HOUSE. AUGUST 23, 1866.
J Davis, jr, Ohio W M Harrington.
HK Uue, Bmuifort Montgomery, Ala
1G Horton, do J H Wagnony j u
A N Wilson, Savannah A 8 Cherrv, N Carolina
H L Schreiner. do A Spencer, Waehlnaton
W H William*. do J Kenneth, MD, R Island
J Slager, do U H Chapmen, do
J A Read, Jr, New York R F Urguhart, Augusta
C H Gordon, do J W Perkins, do
LSyltnmar. do F Reich, Columbus Ga
? Sj < X ey L 'J 0 1 Ru-sseu, wife and 3
i ql B K *• ll ° children, New York
D Skohan, do Mrs M J Hearns, Baltlm’e
t do TGUeinegoetes po
H G Wolfe A son, bo Capt Carpenter
J J Rogers, do atr v« V a.i«
Atlanta, Ga A Richardson. do
5 Col W IHiaulden, Geo
T E Jacksonville c S Oorden, HUton Head
. do GW Johnson, do
W E tan Name, do J Gray, do
J O llasa, do J Mitchell, Darien, Ga
S . 110 B M Flelsham A Son. Fla
T 8 Foster, *tr Augusta C Burghard ,i„
To \fS^lr PayVaA
CamL|,bert P, 4*l K H
y> R Pettis, lady A servt, c T Warthen, do
- Dlll Tallahasse, Fla E Hale, Florida
H mra° n ' |T W Allen, PhUadelplua
8 E Purdy. do |A Youug,
E RDoane, do J E Rodman.
KHorenrtetne. do Imh Ennis,
W McCormick, Michigan P H Lee,
J C Blanchard, do 1
PORT ROYAL HOUSE (HILTON HEAD) AUG. 21.
1W LSCT R T Uazzard, New York
4* **?« L T S A C C Ellis, do
" H lionelsou, MaJ L'SCT 1 p Slrns, A»at Eng U 9 V
Capt M E Davis, 21 do H L Foster,
Capt B G Rease, 21 do Daniel Cook,
Capt H J Stone, 32 do Lt W R Elliot, AA Q M
Col Oumesny, 26 do J B Duff,
Ritcb, C S N George Watson,
G P Lambert, St Helena J B Morrison, Michigan
Lt M D Wells, Ft Pulaski J Heror, HUton Head
B H McCruvy, Bt MaJ CSV T Wheeler, do
L Scham&n, Savauuoh
J F Partners, 8 Carolina A E Tavlor, 9AR O M
TLCuthbert, do T A Salvo, GrahamvlUe.SC
W H capon. Bay Point Capt O Lambert, StHelena
J F Neville, do G 9 Cotton, Halifax, N 9
T W cardgo and wife, J DTousey, Florida
C 8 O Leary, Savannah EJ Baker, do
W H Root, do J McDaniel do
L Struble, do J J Rogers, New York
C 8 GoWon, do George H Cooper,
Parry, Miss Monroe, Charleston
F K Outs, Beaufort
SEA ISLAND HOTEL, (HILTON HEAD,) Aug. 21,
Dr. J W Sparrow, H Head S L Moses and lady,
TJ Saunders, do St Louis
G Waterhouse, Beaulort L Moses, Cnarleston
J 3Clark, do Capt w Laweler, I O VC
W K Ramsey, USA Capt J Langhlln, do
S L Harris, Post Chaplain, J L Moses, Augusta
J W Welch, USA CaptJ PCumminga.
0 S Larterman, do 104 D S C T
J Herbert, Charleston Lt W H Warning, Beaus
Mrs M A Brangan, do C E Mastui, do
Capt F Goodwin. 56 Lt F K Onls, 21 U S 0 T
Mass Vols ET Wright, Lexington
C W Northrop, H Head Mrs C Esseltym, N Y
Lt M D Wells, 103 U 8 C T
Mlaature Almanac—This Day.
Sun rise* 5 2»)Moon sets 8 56
Sun sets 6 34|Hlgh water lo 02
, . k Arrived.
WEDNESDAY, AUg. 23, 1860.
Star Line Steamship Nevada, Carpenter, New York
Brigham. Baldwin A Cos.
g Rifohts. —August 21 —Passed Steamer America 25
mUe* south of Hattera*. .
CoNiiuNEß*.—M Loenthal, MA S, J Simons A Cos,
G H Bin«t», A A Solomons A Cos, M S Cohen, W E,
Lovell A Lattlmore, J M Turner, E T Nixon, B F Lin
stlne, W H WUtberger, J W Perkins, P Housber
ger, Kedwane A Cochran, Jones A Catlltf, P In a dta
rnoud, Keln A Cos, J Russell, Capt O W Castner, T
Bateson, N L Smith, M S Meyer. J UUlUand A Cos, Jas
King. Urey, Mullarky A Cos, OPhelbln, S In a diamond,
w W Gordon, W Woodbrslge, Esq, Kln a diamond,
W H Stark, J H Eckmau, M Newmark. T i Foster, U
M Heldt, J R Sealy A Cos, A G Ybaues, E H Kerim A
Go, W U Adams, W W Lincoln. J L vUlalougu, B Ues
sett, C U Plateru, B Straus, N O Norwood, M Ferst A
Cos, B aud B In a diamond, J H Zerhn A Cos, Brady A
Smith, J C Schreiner A Sou, Erwin A Hardee, P Riley,
J K Norton, Ives A Cos, H G Ruwe A Cos, G A Oates,
John Nicholson, J Sullivan, George Oemeudcn, 1) O
TUdeo, Brigham, B A Cos, C K Osgood, K H Tatem,
9 N Gray A Cos, K lu a diamond, M Lavlu, M Bey tagh.
E U Smy the, George Wellbrook, Stuart A Cos, Ulltou
A Randall, Thomas Mallory, J w Nlblo, James Doyle,
J H Uerwy, 9 Farrclly, J E Hernandez, DeWltt A
Morgan, James Leary, H Roberts, J Pepper, Hess A
Uutuian, A M Scarbrough, K 9 Lurcomb, J C Maker
A Cos, A Fawcett A Cos, Blun A Meyer, Sylvester A
Corey, E Ehrlich, H Melnhard A Bio, E E Hertz, J W
Perkins, Halsey, Watson A Cos, Bell, WyUy A Chris
tian, Charles E Smith. U W Pease, E P Tunlson, W M
Walsh, W M Davinson, Uaden A buckles, J Lama,
Richardson A Barnard, P Hausbergcr A Cos, John
MoMahon, Crane A Gray bill, W H Fuller A Cos, Tison
A Uordon, 1 D LaHoche, L J Gllaiartln A Cos, H tiayne,
Hunter A Uainmell, C L Gilbert, JAW Ruthenord,
R E Grave* A Cos, H W Hollister, N B Knapp, M A
Cohen, Weed A OoruweU, E Zacbarlas A Cos, J Schro
der, H B Waught A Cos, C in a diamond, Seaborn A
Uondall, LUlienthal A Kuhn, G A 9 E Koethcke A Cos,
J U Mebrteus, Capt C E Smith.
PassENUEKS.—H G Wolfe aud lady, O H Gordon, J
r Burke, A N Wilson, Mrs W W Gordon, nurse aud 3
children, W M Davidson, L Cannon, T J Fester, Wm
Kidd, M Lynch, M Leopold, M Haunlngtou, Mr Wag
non. Mr* John Bohen, U Quthman, L Chapman, E W
Uersej A Boa, J W Perkins, J Russell, wife and chil
dren, H Rltch, R D Martin, L Sylvester. 9 Corey, J
Davis, Jr, D B Camp, L C Norvell, E W Hanes, D sue
han, c P Jones, B H Luke, T E Buckman, W A Reed,
Jr, W W Gordon, A P Cherry, John Kenney, Mr Lane,
J B Howell, Thomas E Benedict, A S Tlcberu, H L
Schreiner, J Keneth, A Spencer, J M Case—22 In
Steamer Union, Moody, Augusta, to J T Patterson,
Agent, with 140 bales cetton to Brady, Smith 4 Cos,
50 bales cotton tu Brigham, Baldwin 4 Cos, 145 bales
domestics to J L VUlalonga, and sundries to Agent.
Steamer U S Grant, Briggs, Hilton Head.
Steamer Fountain, Castner, Palatka, etc, to M A
PassSNGiRS.—G H Frost, J Watson, J Pickery, S H
Wesson, W H Henderson, B Burghart, P W Flash
man, D C Rodman and lady, M A Piles, E M McDon
ald, W L Robinson, J W Stodmaker, E Russell, Dr C
A Geiger, A Youug, E Uoustoun, E T Hayes, J T
Mathews. Miss Bevllle, Misses Mathews, R H Sullivan
F M Allen, E Haile, W Proctor, Misses Accosts, Mrs
Summers, Mrs Brown, T Heywood, Mrs Heywood.
Miss M Heywood, Miss Graudolpli, P H Lee, M H
Euse, J Hilton, Mrs Wilkinson. Miss M E Davenport,
U K Davenport, jr, J L VUlalonga.
Freight.—4B bales cotton, 1 bale wool, and mdze
te Erwin 4 Hardee. J L VUlalonga. 3 Dzyallnskl, and
Steamer Augusta, Lawler, Augusta, with 46 bales
domestics and 56 boxes merchandize to 3 S Starr,
Capt and Q M.
PassKMORRS.—Mrs Hay and 4 children, Mrs Welsh,
Mrs Stoddard, Miss E Welsh, Mrs Harley and son.
Steamship Constitution, Greenmsn, New York—
Brigham, Baldwin 4 Cos.
PassKNQEits.—Mrs William Elliott and servant,
Mr* A Kern, Mrs A 0 Refily, Miss D Ahem, Rev Peter
Whelan, Rev William HamUton, 0 H Emerson. Mr*
Mary E Danner, Miss T T. Prendergast, 9 B Shrop
shire, S Wright, Mias W Korner, John W Qebblns and
lady, WUUainKing, W R Tolies, two Slstersof Mercy,
Mrs Teesfleld aud two chUdren, WUlet Rowe, F S
Prendergast, Charles Baker, lady, child and servant,
WUliam WUcox, Theodore Sounelkalb, A Ettlburn,
W A Robinson, M J Levi, B Kohu, and 2in steerage.
Extorts.—s*2 bales Upland cotton. 14 bales Sea
Island cotton, 166 bales domestics.
Steamer st Hslena, Cercopley, Beaufort.
Steamer Samson, Denette, Darien. Ga.
PORT OF PORT ROYAL,
Aug. le—Sloop Fleet, Berry, Savannah.
Aug 20—Scbrs Swan, Perkins, Beaufort; Elk,
Allen, New Y’ork ; steamer Vicksburg, WUliam*, do.
Aug 21—schr* Yotktown, Woglorn, Baltimore;
Swan, Perkins, Savannah ; Oramoneta, Ryan, do ;
steamer McClellan, Samuels, N Y.
PORT OF FERXANDINA FLA.
Aug 17—9chr N S Rue, Wright, N Y.
Aug 30—Steamer Fountain, Caatner, Savannah.
Aug 21—Schr Annie E Glover, Dascy, Port Goyal.
Aug 22—C 3 Steamer Luulsburg, Dale, JacksonvUle.
Aug 4—Schr John LenthaU, Tuthlll, Jacksonville.
Aug 18—Schr 8 W Smith, DUI. New York—ro*ln
Bad spirits of turpentine.
Aug 20—Schr N 9 Rue, Wright, St Augustine.
STUART & CO.,
CORNER BULL and BROUGHTON STS.
Havejuat received from New York, per steamship
Chase, > large lot of
CRACKERB AND BISCUITS,
TWELVE DIFFERENT VARIETIES.
For eale either by the Barrel or single Pound.
PARAFINE (Coal Oil) CANDLES,
GERMAN PARLOR MATCHES,
i EXTRA GOLDEN SYRDP.
Tobias, Hendricks & Cos.,
NO. 88 BEAVER AND 136 PEARL STS.,
Refer (o Octavos Cohen. au23 3m
GRAND DRAMATIC FESTIVAL,
Debut ot* two Bavan
THE Amateurs of SaraDnah would respectfully au
nounce to tbeir friends and tbe public that'they
will give a Dramatic Entertainment at Lhe Savannah
FRIDAY F.VEVING, AUGUST T.TH.
The Performance conalsting of tbe Romantic Drama
The Minerali, or The Dying Gift.
And the Amusing Afterpiece of
THE MIDNIGHT ROBBER,
WITH OTHER ATTRACTIONS.
Ail tinder the direction of thfapopular actor,
MR. GEORGE C. BRYDEN,
Whose performances during the past season have
given such general satisfaction.
For full particulars see Herald of Friday morning
and programme of the night. ' aug24
(Congress st., between Jefferson and Montgomery sts., j
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON.
PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHT,
Prof. E. Ricuter, Leader,
Refreshment* of the best quality aud in every
variety. lmo aulO
DRY GOODS A\D CLOT HI Mil.
H. A. TOPHAM,
1.38 Congress Street, Savannah, Georgia.
NO. T MKKCiIANTS' HOW, HU.TON HEAP.
CALLS the attention of Wholesale and Retail pur
chasers to his superior Stock of
MILITARY, NAVAL and CITIZENS' CLOTHING,
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS,
For sale at the Lowest Market price.
Additions to the Stock received by every Steamer
from New York. Jn2l-tt
Carliart, Whitford & Cos.,
manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
READY MADE CLOTHING,
331 anp 333 Ueoapway. ooa. Worth Stbeet,
1 NEW YORK.
T F. Caruart, I Henry Shafer,
Wm. H. Whitford, j A. T. Hamilton,
J. B. Van Wauenkn.
Offlee of Payan A Carhart in liquidation.
RIDDELL & i MURDOCK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer* In
SUTLERS' AND NAVAL STORES, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
Gentlemen** Furnuhino Goods. <to„
No. 5 Merchants' Row, Hilton Head, 8. C.,
W. O. RIDDELL. fjul3-tf| H. 4. MURDOCH.
STEELE & BURBANK,
11 Merchants Sow, Hilton Head. So. Ca.
CALL the attention of Wholesale and Retail pur
chasers to their superior stock of
MILITARY AND NAVAL CLOTHING,
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, and Plated
Ware,Bwords, Sashee, Bette. Kmbroiderie*, Boots, Caps
Field UlaSßes, Gauntlets Gloves, Ac., Ac., Ac.
THE NEW SKIRT FOR 1866.
A WONDERFUL Invention for ladles. Unquestion-
XV ably superior to all others.
Don't fail to read the advertisement In the Savannah
Herald containing lull particulars every Saturday
morning. jy« staw3m
University of Virginia.
THE next Session of this Institution (which was
never discontinued during the war; will com
mence, as usual. October 1. ISU, r >, and end July 4.
The Institution Is organized into eleven distinct
Schools, wdth as many Professors. Six of the Schools
are Academic (besides that of Chemistry, which is
also Medicinal;, four belong to the Medical and one
to the Law Department.
The College expenses, for the session of nine
months, will be from $320 to $350, exclusive of text
books; of which sum abont $2lO will be reqalrad on
admission, and the balance between that time and
the Ist ot April.
For further information address the subscriber.
H3T Po*t Offlee, “University of Virginia.”
aug23-eod2w Chairman of Faculty.
THE Twenty-eighth Annual Session opens OCTO
BER 2d. 1865. The Faculty is complete. The
rates tor the First Term, which ends December 31st,
are as follows: .4 5
Regular Tuition in College Classes S3O 00
Regular Tuition in Preparatory Class 22 50
French, (optional) 15 00
Mnelc, (optional), with use of instrument 33 00
Board, including Wattling, Lights, and Fnel 90 00
To be paid in advance. In currency or Its equivalent.
J. M. BONNELL. President.
Miooh, Ga. au23-lawt6oct
Fresh Lager Bier
AT H. G. RUWES & CO.,
Every W o o lx..
Building Lots for Sale.
NOS. 37 and 38 Calhoun Ward, at corner Lincoln
and Gordon street* near St. Paul’s Church; fee sim
ple ; 67x100 feet. Price $3,000 cash, if sold together.
City Coupons, Railroad Stock, and Mule*.
*Ug26-2 HENRY BRYAN.
PER STEAMER AMERICA.
Fancy and black cassimekes
One case Fancy and Black Calicos
Brown Canton Flannels
Colored Belt Ribbons
100 dozLsdies’ White Cotton Hose, good quality
H uck Towels and Damask Table Linen
One case yard wide English Prints, 4c.
For sale by
aulO-6 DrWITT 4 MORGAN.
SADDLERY, HARMS, &(’.
WM. H. MAY,
Sign of the Golden Saddle,
CORKER BREAK AKD WHITAKER STS.
SADDLES, HARNESS, TRUNKS
And all klnde of
Stretched Leather Belting.
A complete assortment of WILLOW WARE, inch **
MARKET BASKETS, CLOTHES BASKETS,CHAIRS
Urge end small; with or without Rocker* DRUMS,
DOtlS, MARBLES CftMUkOEe, Ac.. Afi.togetKi
with * full and complete selection of every article
known In thU line of burinem.
Thankful for poet favors, th* advertiser would re
spectfully solicit a continuance «f the same.
ang» 1 ts
~ COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Rue Whitney A Cos., General Comminion
Merchant*, No. 202 Bay street, above Barnard
street. »u 24
Brady, Smith 6i Cos., Commission and For
warding Merchants and Manufacturer* Agents,
Bay street, north side, between Whitaker and Bor.
nard street. ang24
COMMISSION MERCHANT Sole Agent for
James Wallace's Celebrated Whiskies, Oms, Alcohol,
Cologne Spirits, and New England Rum. No. 6 Stod
dard'i- Building. Bay street. Savannah. au!9
N'. A. Hardee A Cos.,
COMMISSION A FORWARDING MERCHANTS
Estaui.isukd in 1836.
Office No. 9 Stoddard's Row,
aul6 Savannah, Ga.
BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT.
Bryan street, next to Merchant*' aud Planters' Bank.
a FOR MARLING and COMMISS'N MERCHANT,
Office Home Ins. Cos , 89 Bay st.
Bell, WyUy At Christian, AUCTION, GEN
KRAC COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS Bay street. Savannah, Ga.
AM. Scarbrough 4k Cos., Gaouzav lm> Com
e mission Mfriomnt*. 140 Congress and 57 St.
Jtuian sts Highest market prices paid for Cotton,
Wool, Beeswax, etc. Liberal Advances on Cotton, &c.
Erwin <k Hardee,
Bay street. Savannah, Go.
\\ r in. H. Stark, Wholesale Grocer and Com
v v mission and Forwarding Merchant, corner Lin
coin and Bay street. ang-12
WINES, LIQUORS? &c.
HG. Ruwe & Cos.,
* WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
LIQUORS. ALES AND LAGER BEER,
Cor. SL Julian street aud Johnson square.
Israel R. Sealy <k Cos.,
SOLK AOENT9 AND IMPORTERS OP
Ch. FARRK CHAMPAGNES,
In the State of Georgia.
207 Bay st., between Barxord and Jeffeiaon,
au9 Savannah, Ga.
Israel R. Sealy & Cos.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
IMPORTED WINES, t ORDIALS, BRANDIES AND
an 9 207 Bay at., between Barnard and Jefferson
JLama, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Span
• urn Seoabs. Fbenou Brandies. Wines, Whiskey
and other Liquors. Tobacoo of all kinds.
191 Bay street. Savannah, Ga.
John C. Maker At Cos., Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES.
TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS, Ac, 4c.
Cor. Congress and Whitaker sts.
Thomas Pepper, W uolksa le and Retail Dealer
in Staple and Fancy Dey Goods, at Cfipraw
acnttcl Lou• Ju ices. ONE PRICE ONLY.
P reader At Orff.
DRY GOODS— Wholesale and Retail.
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, 4c.
Samuel M. Lederer, Jobber and Retailer of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goons. Boots and Shoe*.
Clotuino, Hats, 4c. 146 Congress street.
t*. Si. Gragg At Cos., 102 Bryan street, Deal-
O ers In Fine GROCERIES and PROVISIONS—
Agents for Allen's WAIIOE BITTERS. Licensed
Dealer in WINES and LIQUORS. au!9
SS. Miller, 157 Broughton street, has for sale,
. cheap. Flour, sug ir, syrup, Lemons, Hay, Oats,
Coin, Cow P. as, Finders, Potatoes, Turnips, Onions
and Cabbages. au9
M Ferst At Cos., w l o-eeale Dealer In Wines, Li
• quo**, Seoabs, lam y Groceries, Candies. 4c.
if,, Copgrees sheet.
AF. Mira, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
a GROCERIES, FRUITS, 4c.
Cor. Whitaker and Congress at. Lane
Congdon At Symons,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Corner Whitaker and St. Julian sts.,
Old Stand of W. R, Symons.
HUton At Randell, WHOLESALE UROCERS,
193 Bay Street, arc constantly receiving per
steamers from N. York, the largest and most complete
aisortment of GROCERIES In thin city
EP. Deyo, Dealer in Choice Family Groceries,
• Wines. Liquop.s, &o.
133 Broughton street.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
161 Broughton street.
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGOIST,
»ul4 Sourheast cor. Barnard and Broughton sis.
New Drug House,
Corner Congress and Barnard sts.
_ J ACOB LIPPMAN, late Kino 4 Waring.
Thomas M. Turner,
Sonthwes' cor. Barnard and Broughton sts.
A A, Solomons At Cos.,
* WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
IF* Orders executed accurately and with despatch.
BILLIARDS, &c. •
flthe “Dive Oak,” corner of Drayton street and
1 Bay Lune. CHOICE WINES, ALES and SEGARb
at Retail. DnnnA McMahon, Proprietors. qnl9
Toole 6k Cos.,
BILLIARDS, LIQUORS, WINES. Ao.
Bronghtou st., third dour from Ball.
Billiard Saloon. Bv WALTER O'MEARA.
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS, Ac.
Bay street, over Express Office.
Union Shades, Trekkce Nuornt, Proprietor.
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS, *c.
66 Bull st., opposite Pulaski House.
§t. Charles Saloon, (in rear of Post Office,; by
A. Stamm. Wholesale and Retail. None but
OICE WINKS and LIQUOR3 aerved, FreeLnncU.
• CONFECTIONER— WhoIrsaIi ami> Retail.
SYRUPS, CORDIALS AND FINE CONFECTIONERY
or ALL KINDS.
146 Broughton street, two doors from Barnard.
aU. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DIALER IS
CIDERS, LEMON, STRAWBERRY and RASPBERRY
SYRUPS, CANDIES, etc., Ao.,
EW In any quantities, to suit Purchaser*. *l
GAS FITTING, Ac.
plumbing and Ga* Fitting,
A . - Bt JOHN H. CULLEN,
Broughton st., one door We.t of Barnard.
WH. Williams, Gas Fitter and Pldmdeo,
a and Dealer in Tin Ware, Uocen Furnishing
Goods, Ac. 146 Broughton street.
Weed 6k Cornwell,
Wholesale Dealers in Hardware and Tin Ware
No. 169 and 161 Broughton street.
U • PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER.
91 Bryan st., next io cor. Whitaker.
SEGARS, TOBACCO. &c.
Jacob Langsdorf 6k Cos., Wholesale Dealer*
in fine Havana and Domestic Segars, Chewing
aud Smoking Tobacco, Snuff) 4c. 171 Bay street, be
tween Wnltaker and Barnard streets. aut4
• SEGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, Ac.
Barnard street, one door South of the Market.
CH. I.opcz, Sesass, Tobacco, Snuft, Pi***,
• " Fanut Articles, Stationery, 4c.
Cor. Ball and Broughton eta
In Constant, Importek or Domestic and Havana
• Swabs, Meerschaum Fifes, Ao. Also, Wink*,
Champagnes and other Liquors.
Bull street, opposite the Post Office.
James C. Blance, Master Carpenter, Architect
and Draughtsman, will strand to an call* on bus
iness In the above branches. OT Office No. 124 Bay
street, next to StoddordVßonge. and
PRINTING, STATIONERY, &c.
Saville di Leach,
I BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
Cot, Bryan efreet aud Market Sqpare.
Marking I ah, Man irr actcird and tor sole by
DAVID U. GALLOWAY,
- 36 Dtayton street.
Att. Jf. N'tehoU. 7
U BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
Bay et., between Aberoorn and Drayton.
K 3 -B ,^si L Jo a M?^ i ic OTATION “ i
_ No. 6 Whitaker street.
IS. H*HALD*«>RHmNO OFFICE.
Ho. 11l Bay street
DIRECTORY -- CONTINUED.
H. A. Topham, 138 Congress street. Savan
nah, and 7 Merchants’ How, Port Royal, 8. C.,
Dealer in Fine Ready Mode Clothing, Gents' Famish
ing Goods, Hats and Caps, 4c. au?l
Dr. 31. Ri. Hnevd,
.. Successor to Dr. E. Parsons,
tork s’reet, near Court House, Savannah, Go. auto
WATCHES. JEWELRY, Ac.
U B* Jordan, Dealer in Watcues ami Jewelry,
•* * A\ U VI “ »“d Plated Wake Fancy Goods, 4c.
W atehes and Jewelrr Repairsd.
129 Congress st„ opposite the Pulaski House.
HAIR DRESSING, &e. _
pnlaski House Barber Shop, (cor. Bull and
A Bryau st. j Shaving, Hair Cutting, Shsmpoolng,
M hlakers Dyed, Ac. Fancy Soups, Cologne. Neck Ties
Boa other Faucjt Aiticlen lor pale.
TYennis Fa Ivey, FURNITURE WAREHOUSE.
A-r New Work Mali, to Order. Repairing. Bell
Panging, Ac., at short notice. 138 Broughton st.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
In Men'sTwomen 'a,
vet d r Cl s, ?-®A 8 C,U ' Ser k l * “Ub Kid BOOTS and
onOJiih, of all kinds and qualities.
152 CongreKssL, 4th door North or the Market.
CV eo. T. Nichols,
" RETAH. boot and shoe stork
111) Broughton st., 2d door from Bull.
scrivenery: t * rr '
John J. Pnrtllle, (late Recorder of the Second
Provost Court) wUI attend to all Writings and
business entrusted to his care, at Saloon of Terence
Nugent. Jr., opposite Pulaski House.
JT. Heading At Cos.,
Cor. Whitakur and St. Julian sts.
Wilson’s Photographic Gallery,
SOCTU-RAST CORNER BroVOIITON AND WIIITKEK 9t»
ALL kinds OF PICTURKS KNOWN TO THE ART
_sulß Kydtth in the Vkry Bret Manner,
PAINTS, OILS, &c.
John Oliver, House and Sign Painter. Dealer
in Paints, Oils. Glass, 4c. No. 11 Whitaker
street. q U g22
rphomas \V. Shea,
* HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER:
Dealer in Palnu, Oils. 4c. St. Julian street, old
stand of Jno. G, Falligant. a ul9
CHINA WARE, &c.
ED. Smyth, QUEENSWARE, GLASS AND
• CHINA, at Wholesale and Retell.
John Ryan, Bottler of SODA WATER, PORTER
and ALE, CORDIALS, SYRUPS, 40.
Cor. Bay and West Broad street*.
TA6LE BOARDERS WANTED
SUPERIOR lhducements are offered for * few Table
Gentlemen wishing for the above, will please apply
at tbe corner of St. Julian and Lincoln streets, arst
door on Casselßow. 6 aul4
FIFTEEN CARPENTERS, to whom steady em
ployment will be given. Apply to Jamas C.
Blance, 124 Bav street, or on board steamer Amazon,
at foot of East Bru-d street. auzi-2
FIFTY TONS ol Rags and Waste Paper. Th*
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID. Also, Cot
ton Pickings, Wool. Hides. Tallow, Grease, Metal*.
Bottles, 4c., at the
FOREST CITY MILLS.
_ TO RENT.
Offices to Bent.
ONE Single and two Doable Offices In the second
story, conveniently located on Bay street. Suita
ble for Merchants and Lawyers, or for batchelora’
apanmeuta. Apply to
»ug22 ts HENRY BRYAN.
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 st the HERALD OFFICE.
ROOMS TO LET,
At Hilton Head, 8. 0.,
THE Palmetto Herald Building having been Newly
FJtted Up* now offers large and airy rooms, suita
ble for Sleeping Apartments or business purpose*.
For terms anply to W. 8. Sampson, Jr., Box No. 26,
Hilton Head Post Offloc. or on the premises, corner of
Merchants' Row and Palmetto Avenue, from 4 o’clock
to 0 o'clock p. m. jo 22
EMERY PATENT GIN,
VYHIOM FOM v
Compactness, Eoonomy of Time,
Space and Labor,
Far Surpasses any other Gin ever before
offered to the Public.
rtpHS undersigned are prepared to furnish them at
A regular rates, being the sule Agent* for Horace
L. Emery, Patentee and Manufacturer
Messrs. AMEB, PEABODY 4 CC... No. 162 Congress
street, have the above Gin on exhibition. Sampka
can also be seen at the warehouse of
CHAS. L. COLBY A CO.,
an26-tf corner Bay and Abercom streets.
TO COTTON SHIPPERS.
19 PREPARED to take Cotton on Storage, at the
lowest rates, and
ON THE CORNER OF JKFFKRfiON A BAY STB.
For the purpose of
~ REPAIRING, ,
"F- AMD -W A* 9 ■ •
Shipping Cotton for the Public
Furnishing Ink, &o.
CHOICE TABLE BUTTER at 36 cents per pound
Cooking Butter, at 80 cents per pound.
A large lot just received by steamer, aud for sale by
3« Whitaker street.
A liberal dirconnt made to the Trade. aul*-Iw
HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH, 1
I*2Division, Dbpahtmsxt o» Gsooeu, y -'
Savannah, Aug. 22, 1866. J
No. 17. f , ,
Lieutenant Colonel R. P' York, 7ttli New York
Vola., having been relieved rfrorn dnty aa
Provost Marshal. District of Savannah. In
order to be mastered ont with hi* regiment.
Lieut. Col. M. T. Holbrook. 178d New Yoric
Vote., 1* hereby announced as Provost Marshal. Dis
trict of Savannah, Ist Division Departmsai of fitear
gta, and will be obeyed and raepected accordingly.
nr * „ Brevet MfJ Oen. JM. BRANNAN,
Wan A. CouiTßt, A- A. G.
|Beil, Wylly & Christian.
Will .ell at Private Sole, in lot* to suit purchasers,
Prime Smoked Sides,
Prime Smoked Shoulders.
Canvassed Sugar Cored Hama ao'-'J-i
By Bell, Wylly A. Christian.
AT PRIVATE SALE,
Avery fine new YACHT, 21 feet long, 7 feet beam,
it half decked, and hat Masts, Sails, Anchor, 4c.,
complete. May be ten by calling on Mr. Carter at
An early applicant will be able to purebaae at a bar.
PARTIES purchasing Goods at Auction muse re
move them on d*y of sale, otherwise storage,
4c., will be charged.
an23-W49 BELL, WYLLY 4 CHRISTIAN.
SALE OF 0. S. FESSELS.
WILL BI SOLD AT
BAf POINT, PORT ROYAL, S. C.,
-A-t Publio Auotion f
Saturday, Sept. 2, at 10 a.m.
The following named 17. 9, Vessels, vt*.:
Steamers CHATHAM and O. M. PETTIT, aide
wheel, light draught, wall adapted for shallow
rivers. Schooner* MAIL and SWIFT.
Barit VALPARAISO. Sloop PERCY
DRAYTON. Hall Os Ferry
Boat ELLEN, and three
Newport Sail Boats.
TERMS—Oath in Government fund*; onc-eixth of
the purchase money on the day of sale; and the re
mainder In six days. The vessels to be removed Im
mediately after the frill payment Is made.
Tugs will be at Hilton Head, at » o'clock a. m„ of
Sept. 2d, to transport to Bay Point persons who wiah
to purchase these vessels. aul9-3
FOR NEW YORK,
Agta The u ' B - M *' l Steamship CHASE,
M. L. Roe ers, will sail for the
port on her regular day,
Thursday, Aug. 94th, at 10 O’clock.
For Freight or Passage, having superior accommo
dations, apply to
BUNTEB 4 GAMMELL,
•091 4 84 Bay street.
Atlantic; Const Mail Steam
FOR NEW YORK,
, The Firat Claas Steamship VERU-
Tv,- NA, will positively sail on THURS
iq-DAY, the 24th lust., at 10 o'clock, a
For Freight or Passage, having very superior accom
modations, apply to
»ul» JOHN R. WILDER.
FOR NEW YORK
STAR mt LINE.
The first dies U. 8. Mall Steamships
NEVADA, .... Capt. Caimstbr.
UNITED STATES, - Capt. Shark.
AMERICA, .... capt. Cura
CONSTITUTION, . . . Capt. .J
The above ships compote the Line, and will sail
from New York and Savannah every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN 4 CO, Agents,
t' Savannah, Ga.
WAKEMAN, GOOKIN 4 DICKINSON, Agents,
17 Broadway, New York.
Will leave Savanqah for New York on
Wednesday, 30th Instant.
For Freight or Faeeage apply to
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN 4 CO.,
The splendid fast sailing Schooner
1 B. Williams, Oapt. rooks,
Will have quick despatch for the above port.
For Freight or Passage apply to
CBAS. L. COLBY 4 CO.,
aug23-tf cor. Bay and Abercom eta.
FOR NEW YORK.
The fine Clipper Barque
Pawnee, Capt. Williams,
Having a large part of her cargo engaged, will htve
quick despatch for the above port.
For Freight and Paaaage apply to
CHAS. L. COLBY A CO.,
aug, ' a ' U cor. Bay and Abercom sts.
Regular Weekly Line or
CLIPPER SCHOONERS FOR
'I'UK undersigned Intend to koep np a regular week
J. ly line of first class Sailing VeasdaplytiS bl
tween Savannah and the above port, with snrarirar
accommodations for and the verv hrSTf?*
clHtle. for delivering¥SSht to g^ortSryitX^atm
with promptueM and despatch. Particular attention
given to forwarding gooda from New York “ “
CHARMS L. COLBY A CO..
a ° lß cor. Bay and Abercom street*
Line of Sailing Vessels
For JACKSONVILLE, Fla.
Cspt. Otoac B.
reive cargo to a «°lw
For freight or passage apply to
.mo caS *- L OOLBY A CO.,
“ car. Bay and Aberrorn ate.
ViiHE Light Draught Steamer VOLUNTEER win
tU* »etu 4 O'clock on day
ESWBI A HARDEE, Agents.
•n*® 8 * 2 Agent on Wharf.
line of Sailing Vessels.
THEflne Clipper Barkß. B. WALKER Capt. L. B.
,v^l T s£?K'T i i 1 •* re ® d Y w reeffive cargo for New
PiUDAV ' th ® lslh iaßt < “and will have quick
Has accommodation for a few first-class passenger*.
A W o to .. CHAB. L. COLBY 4 <».
aulil » _ Cor. Bay and Abercom sU
CONNECTING WITH ATLANTIC AND
GULF R. R. FOR THOMASVILLE.
T’HE LJghtDraught Steamer WM. G. GIBBONS.
X Capt. Phllpot. will leave Diflon's Whart,
TMeaday morntag. 22d Inst., at 9 o'clock, and wifi
ply regularly between Savannah and DoctortownTln
connection with the Road, leaving as foilowB:
SAVANNAH EVERY TUESDAY.
. DOCIGRTOWN EVERY THURSDAY.
Freight receipted for through to any Doint on Raft
road between Doctortown and Thomiiuto
Freights payable here. *•
ERWIN 4 HARTffi*
JOHN L. ROUMILLAT.
augTt lm Agent on Wharf. 4
FREIGHT FOR MfiisTL
And Forwarded Semi-Weekly.
Per STEAMER AMAZON, Capt. R. Joossow.
Per STEAMER LAURA, Capt. Enwoan Hillkb,
Having a commodious Warehouse on Dillon's Wharf
we are prepared to receive freight as above.
Due uotice will be givon of the days of departure
of each steamer. F
ERWIN * HARDEE.
* , JOHN L. ROUMILLAT.
»“■» Im Agent on Wharf.
TO LEAVE ON SATURDAY EVENING,
The steamer AMAZON, Capt Richard Johnson,
wm leave DtUon'e \\ harf, on Saturday evening, 26th
Freight received at Warehouse every day
ERWIN 4 HARDEE.
JOHN L. ROUMILLAT.
ftn ' l Agent on Wharf.
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
ARE notified that Goods will be received et our
Warehouse, on Dillon's Wharf, at any time du
ring the week. ERWIN 4 HARDEE
For Freight or Charter.
T' H B fine Sohooner GEO. HENRY, 90 tone. V B
JL Curtis, Master.
Prefers chartering by the month de down the
ooast or to the West Indies.
Will carry 660 barrels, or 116 tons _ j weight.
For inrther particular* Inquire of
O. L. COLBY 4 CO..
aug!9-tf Corner Bay and Abercom sts.
Atlantic & Gulf Railroad
XTOTICE Is hereby given that ah arrangement bet
foJ tha° l>etwe ® n *
STEAMER WM. C. GIBBONS
and U>l* Company, by which Passengers and Freight
will be transported to and from ‘ntomaaville and9a
vannah and all Intermediate polfita.
Goods will be received at any time during the week
at the steamer's Warehouse, on Dillon's Wharf.
Acting President Atlantic 4 Golf Railroad.
.nnOi GASPEBJT. FULTON.
JOB FBINTIKG OFFICE,
No, ill Bay Street.
SAVANNAH, . GEORGIA.
W* reapectftilly call the attention of the public to
tbe facilities which we have for duing all Mi*, o,
THE best presses
For doing aU kind* of work, and we keep them in
good repair. We employ only
FIRST CLABS PRINTERS
OF LONG EXPERIENCE AND TRIED ABILITY,
New Printing Materials
From the Beat Northern Foundries, to which we an
conetanrly making additions.
We are prepared to execute orders for
POSTERS, • .* ,
BILLS OF FARR
BUSINESS CARDS, TICKETS,
SHI NQ BLANKS,
Or any other kind of PRINTING—tn anv rrvLi.
We have a
Fine Assortment of Ink*
PRINTING IN COLORS.
OBSESS BV BIIL OB EXPBESS
Will receive prompt and carefhl attention, and the
work will be forwarded
FREE OF CHARGE FOR TRANSPORTATION.
We endeavor to do all our work well, and to givw
complete satisfaction to oar ciutomeie.
Are se low as the present high cost of stock, mete,
riel, labor and living will admit of, and are below * u -
Increased rates which rule in other lines of bnsineea.
8. W. MASON A CO.,
Ui Bsj Street, Savannah, G«*r|t%