I0 f 1 L MATTERS.
Df pcrtareof Steamship* and Steomera.
v 1 FOP. NEW YORK.'
s-.aioitup United States. Wednesday, 30th instant.
. _ o'clock-
Veunsbip Zodiac, Thursday, 31st instant, at
c:o:!: ' for PHILADELPHIA.
steamship Minnetonka, Saturday, September 2d,
t - o'clock.
o-amer Wat. G. Gibbons, every Tuesday morning
Tuesday Morning, at 10 o’clock.
Steamer Fountain, Saturday morning, at 9 o’clock.
pocToavotviL —Sec advertisement of the ails
th e steamer Oak for Donoitoun. ,
MtlßcrOLiiAX fIRE Company.—We call attention i
, .sc advertisement of the above Company, to be/
and in another column. •_
-MOPS TORBrnts HoME.-ThLs morning the
, ‘ mahip Continental wUI leave for Darien, where
„ take onboard the Bth and 18th Indiana Vet-
La Volunteer Battalions, and the HtUMalne Veteran
‘c anteers The former Regiments will be landed
* Batimore, tbeuce the Continental will proceed to
Maine, with the Utii Maine.
i RoEBtP.V OF THE CENTRAL RAILROAD TICKET OF
bet -Mr O. W. Scattergood, Assistant Superinten-
E* nt ' of central Railroad, advertises In another
inmc a caution agamst purchasing tickets of any
»non except the ticket agent at the depot, the office
BVlng been robbed.
I Af fointment?-— HU Honor, Richard D. Arnold.
Aver Jf the C.ty of Savannah, on Saturday last
iad‘ the following appointments until the vacancies
re filled a the next regular meeting of Council:
Clerk of the City Court—Hon. Philip M. Russell.
Sheriff—Chas. J. White.
r&OM Mew York.—The steamship Ariadne, Capt.
•,hets, arrived last evening from New York con
jee d'to John R. Wilder, Eaq. The Ariadne lias a
r freight and a large number of passengers. We
•j indebted to Purser E. A. Williams for late New
Promotion. —Mr. Alex. Irwin was recently ap.
jinted Master Machinist of the Cntted States oov
■ament Machine Shops, Eastern Wharves vice Paul
Bulger, resigned. Mr. Irwin Is an excellent me
imic, end the interest or the Government will meet
itli Ills first consideration.
BENEFIT TO THE WIDOWS Or THE ABRaHAH’S HOME,
a Wednesday evening next an Interesting Concert
ill be given at the Masonic Hall for the above noble
bject. An advertisement in another c.lumn gives
HI details. The movement is a very praiseworthy
ne, and we hope will meet with every success. The
rogrsmme Is given In the advertisement.
FuctfoncN or Capt. will a. coulter—Capt.
fill A Coulter, Adjutant General of this District,
■ecelved by the Idaho an appointment as Brevet
fiajer UaJ. Coulter thoroughly understands and
Tittffoiiy performs the duties of his office. He has
been four years In the service, end has never been
ihsent from his post. A host of friends will rejoice
it his well-deserved promotion.
From New Yore.—The steamship Idaho, Captain
Holmes, arrived from New York yesterday morning,
consigned to Messrs. Brigham, Baldwin A Cos. The
Idaho had a fair cargo and a number of passengers.
We wore pleased to notice In the Purser’s office, Mr.
Henry N. Meyer, formerly employed m the Quarter
muster’.? and Trcrsury Departments hew, and who,
we are sure, will make a popular and efficient Purser.
Mr Meyer has our thank3 for full flies of papers.
Capt. Holmes, an experienced navigator, Is com
nattier or the Idelio.
Death of ax old Citizen.—On Saturday last Mr.
0. \V. Davis received a telegram from O. H Lufbur
otj announcing the demise in AugU3ta,on Saturday
turning, at 4 o’clock, of Mr. Matthew Lufburrow,
it the advanced age of 82 years.
l!i. Lufburrow was a native of New Jersey. In
scily life, after completing his apprenticeship as a
Usscd and Muster Builder, he came to Savannah
and made it his home. For many years he wasthe se
nior partner of the firm of Lufburrow A Clark, Mas
ter Builders. By strict industry and economy Mr.
Lufburrow amassed a large property in this city.
Mr. Lufburrow leaves a wife and two children and
several grand children to mourn his demise.
Beef and Menus.—Saturday afternoon last the
market was supplied with beef and mutton of supe
rior qualities. Mr, Samuel L. Piltman and Messrs.
J. W. Glbbon3 A Son purchased In Appling county a
large drove of fine beeves, and they will daily have
on their it l.s tbia beautiful meat for sale. Mr. A. A.
Davl3 and Mr. Clem C. Cooper also displayed mutton
of superior qualities. We are pleased in noticing
the enterprise of these gentlemen that they are de
termined to have the market supplied with meats
that will sell and give satisfaction,
Mr. Pittman, in connection with Mr. Wm. H. Davis,
when no beef could be purchased for Confederate
money, advanced largely the solid “Benton drops,”
and the poor of G&vannah, as well as the rich, were
able, with Confederate currency, to purchase fresh
meat, these two gentlemen sacrificing thousands of
dollars In supplying the morket.
The White Fibeman of Savannah—Establish
iiENT and Re-Organization of companies—Meet
iso of Young America Fire company No. 6—The
young m«n of Savannah are evincing an activity in
Organization and Ro-Organlzatlon of white fire com
panies that is commendable.
When all the organizations are complete, Savan
nah vrlU have the following companies constituting
the white Fite Organization of Savannah :
Oglethorpe lire Company, No. l, H. F. Willing
Washington Fire Company, No. 9, James A. Barron,
German Fire Company, No. 10, Henry Blun, First
Young America Fire Company, No. 5, officers to be
liictTopolltan Fire Company, Dr. James Stewart,
This latter company wlli in a few weeks have a
- steamer,” the benefits of which are almost unknown
to our citizens. A steam fire engine for the city is
much wanted. Should a vessel get ashore and bilge,
the engine can be placed on board, pump the vessel
out, and the company thereby receive salvage.
Saturday evening last a number of the Young
America Fire Company, No. 5, assembled at the Fire
a ms’ Hall for reorganization. Mr. Chas. J. White
was requested to act as Chairman, and Mr. W. D.
Duon as Secretary.
Mr. While br.edy explained the object of the meet
ing. On motion, It was resolved, seconded and
passed, that Messrs. Charles J. White, W. D. Dixon
and C. F- Btoncho be appointed a Committee to se
lect offloera and anew name for the Young America
Fire Company, No. 5.
Hem. rnlUp M. Russell, honorary member, was ad
ded to the above Committee.
The meeting then adjourned to meet on Wednes
day evening next.
Gbn. Butler not Rksionbd —A Washing
ton despatch says: In regard to the numer
ous statements put forth of late to the effect
that Gen. Butler had repeatedly tendered his
resignation, but that the government refused
mo accept it, it may oe said that the office!*
fwbo would naturally receive such a docu
ment have no knowledge whatever that Gen.
I Butler baa ever tendered his resignation, and
! furthermore, do not believe he ever did ten
der it in any manner which would leave it
open for acceptance. It may also be stated
for the assurance of all general officers who
really de-ire to resign, that there will be no
heeitancy whatever in accepting their reslg
Tat a? or Cast. Wirz.— Capt Henry Wirz
was arraigned before the Military Commis
sion «u Monday last charged with malicious
ly, wilfully ana traitorously combining, con
federating and conspiring, together with
Robert E. Lee, James A. Seddon, Northrop
and others, to injure the health and destroy
the lives ot Union soldiers in rebel and South
ern prisons, and also with ninrder, in viola
tion of the lawa and customs of war. The
(specifications allege the most cruel practices,
su h as starvation purposely, the vaccination
of soldiers with impure matter, the furnishing
of rotten food, the employment of blood
hounds, &c After preliminary proceedings
the court adjourned until Thursday. It will
be Scjeu by the despatch published this morn
lag that the oeort has adjourned indefinitely.
PULASKI HOUSE, AUGUST 26. 186 TANARUS,.
F. W Miller, Scrlven co !J S Davis, Augusta
J L Singleton. do IW Symons. MD, Trov.Ala
N Wolir, Thomasville |fi Hopper, Ord Officer. S C
J F Barfield, Macon N C Denuette, Jackson’lle
H T Robinson, Brunswick J H Sanders,
H S Cowles, do jCapt G W Goslin,
S B Palmer, do Capt E Fitzgerald,
W Mcßurney, MaJ | AQM.HHead
175 O V C: John Cochran,
J C Chaunce, Ft Pulaski ;J C Stnlley, Savannah
C H Rernlct, Capt !E Allen, do
103 USCTjCriab Towle, do
DS Smith, Lt do N Rancho. do
M Emanuel. Vicksburg (Clark Stewart, do
SEA ISLAND HOTEL. (HILTON HEAD,; Aug. 25.
Husky, Beaufort |G C Marcy and wife, Sav
V , 5° MrsCChevea, do
H E Manhel, do |B Ettelson
i‘*v l im2? 1s ’ i ® trscT iLtSS Carpenter, H Head
L L Brigham, Boston GW Johnson, do
Capt E Dove, Fl Pulaski (R W Allen, CS N
Z STo’tffi 02 c d 8 o c T i Dr *• B Bo > and “ and
CGPMfcV 9 33 t ffKSrW Bennett,”o°wa a
E c York° Lt 0 W * #uth, "S&, linlll
C s atewartTfc s a'° £ ?,■*“*»* ® 9 Grant^
Dr illin ' 1 do f i spencer. Lt and D O O
ECankSavannah | Drsi - vtoQ ’ 8
PORT ROYAL HOUSE (HILTON HEAD) AUO 25.
A A Babcock, DCI’ O |Q F Lambert. St Helena
J H S’, t ! MISS lloberts “a****
JOFosen, do lEd McVelgle Sa '^“ nah
->» JWheeleT’ do
CII Furness, do JC Casev
Capt D W Hawood F MeUetq’ do
T . T „ 128 US CTW Wray, d e
\\ i ? a S“f n ’ l S* do W E Bridges, US N
Lt f L Millen, 26 do J Pitts, Bay Point
capt w w TTacy 26 do M H Pa,ldYck Lemon Isle
Capt Ralmed and lady, M L Clemev, Hilton Head
Ft AHHart. 26 US C T [Lt Simons. Beaufort
col 1\ BGurnesey « i A Bambeer, A A Sur USA
F r miiw 16 U S CTI Capt G A Dugan,
EL Miller, uo Capt J D Terrv ADC Siv
ft* i f* Kundlet. 128 uo K P us 3
hi T L Cutllbert, S C New Hamnahtre
JFI-arterus. do iHJFort "o^
CF Smith Lawton plant M Ouslln, U 8 N
ftpt A B Luty, IOC Ie Kenny, do
sfai PPi«g Inteflijjpenee.
Mtnature Almanac—This Day.
Sun rises 6 32,M00n sets io oo
Sun sets 6 311 High water mom
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
SUNDAY, Aug. 27, 1860.
Schr Witch Queen, Percival, Boston—Richardson A
Consignees.—Richardson A Barnard, Hunter A
Gammed, C L Colby A Cos.
Steamer Idaho, Holmes, New York.
Reports—Aug. 23, 1865, Highland Light, West 4
mites, steering Sby W, at 10 p m, Barangat Light,
W, distant 5 miles, saw the Schr Cnarles Henry, of
Yarmouth, abandoned, full or water apparently,
foresail In the water, boat gone, bulwarks partly
gone ; had the appeals nee of having been run into.
CoxatoNEES.—Brigham, Baldwin A Cos, Erwin A
Hardee, W Baldwin, Uuckenheimer A Sellg, Halsev,
Watson A Cos, N A Hardee, A Later, c Keatgeit,
Kein A Cos, Bradv A Smith, J Lama, Geo CRB, J
McMahon, H Melnhard A Bro, Battershy A Cos, H M
Pease, J T Nichols, G A Nichols, F Ross, Crane A
GraybiU, W H S, Hunter A Oammcll, C Slager, J L
VUtalouga, B A E, B G TUden, C II Hardee, Adams
Express Company, A l’awcett A Cos, W E Alexander,
Bluu A Meyer, P J Bulger, E Blun, R T Birch, T Byer,
D Bailey, H dine, K Condlu, B F Constantine, J U
Demund, C W Dennis A Cos, WM Davidson, W Ebbs,
B F Einstein, M Furst A Cos, J F Guilmartln A Cos, H
Oowdy, J H Hieslev, H Hyam, H Kohler, G Karrs A
Bros, Joseph Llppman, E Lawshlre, W H Lucas, G
liurklns, W H May A Cos, T C Maker A Cos, F Muir,
Pi esdee A Orff, J J Rogers, II Rothschild, E Roberts,
C W Kossan, K D Smith. B Strauss, W H Starke, A L
smith, J Spldry, C Si ger, L Simon A Cos, Mrs M
Tweeuy, R D Walker, u Wyman, K Einstein, and
Passengers.—J H McCa 1 W E Alexander, Dr D S
Brandon, Dr Thomas Flahe. u r Louis Wittonthey,
Dr Wm Goldstlen. Dr B G ildbay, J M Warner and
lady, W B R Blckfaid, Mrs B Stress and child, A M
Coeuranc, JO- ’m Woroer, ~ o west, John Lough,
David Bally, C. • Night, Jas Williams, Thos Wbeelan,
Titos Williams. Mr urahain.
Steamship Ariadne, Crary, New York.
Consignees —J R Wilder, W M Davidson, E E
Hertz, C D Rodgers, W H Stark, A Havwond, J R
Morton, P Reilly. B F Ernstme, H Melnhard, J Mc-
Mahon, M S Mcver, Dzvalinski A Slager, G Kai r . A
Bro, B Strauss, Crane A Graybill, C l Colby A Cos., J
Dliowche, H W Pease, Kein A Cos, Marcv. Dav A Cos.
H Hayue, J Lama, J Roller, P Brener, J H Zeilin, Ex
press Company, Bradv A Smith, S M Ledder, Roswell
Manufacturing Company, N A Hardee, J L Villaloa
ga A Cos, Blun A Meyer, A A Solomons A Cos, Erwin
A Hardee, M Furst A Cos, c Schachus, L C Shaw, W
R Furstou, C Zachartas, C S, W C A Cos, U S Q M,
PASSENGERS—W F DeWltt. H McDonald, J C Ford,
P Brener, J Roller, J W Walcott. J Mulligan, A J Mil
ler. A J Rodgers, K P Daniel, FT.tones, W M Wal
lace, C Urey, W Webster, W H Rlplev, F C Hutchin
son, Col G W Baird, Geu Stevensoii, W D W Bar
nard. It Platsheke, M Rich, T Prendergast, M May, J
Conner, T O’Neil, Luev Howard (colored).
Steamer Wm (l Olbbous. Plillpot, Doctortown—Er
win A Hardee -with 676 bales Upland cotton, 21 do
wool, 273 sacks ground nuts, cto.
Passenoers—E C Wade, B Elliott and ladv. Mrs C
Cox, J C Magill, IV H Wylly, J M Butler, K'M Open
hefm, N Wolf, W A Beard, James Carroll. W A Smith,
Chas Center, J B Crach, Mr Pittman, L Gaulberry, C
C Williams, T J Ivey, J C Peters, Wm H Davis. John S
Daniels, H B Robinson, J P Barfield—9 on deck.
COnsiqnees.—Erwin A Hardee, Jos Llppman, L J
Guilmartln A Cos, L GoUlsberry, J E Stone.
Steamer Resolute, Sprlgg, Hilton Head.
Steamer Emllle, Bender, Hilton Head.
Steamer U S Grant, Briggs, Hilton Head.
Steamer St Helena, Cercople.v, St Simons.
McAlpln A Co’s fiat No 10, Augusta, with 370 bales
cotton, to T L Henrv.
CONSIGNEES.—E Padelfonl A Cos, N A Hardee A Cos,
C L Colby A Cos.
Goodrich’s fiat, from Augusta, with ioo bales cot
ton to c 1. Colby A Cos.
Star Line Steamship Nevada, Carpenter, New Y'ork
—Brigham, Baldwin A Cos.
Kxtoets—ssß bales Upland cotton, 67 do Sea Island
do, 9 do wool, 25 packages merchandize.
Passenoers.—John G Graham, M Newman, Master
S-Brown, Mrs E strous an,(daughter, Dr J Klnnecb,
F A Larkin and wife, T Leonard, O Davis and wiles
A Loryea, C Parkhurst, C H Chapman, C Stephesou,
a Waterhu ae, S E Bothwell, C C Hunter, Mrs C
Haring, Mrs M Hettrick, Mrss V Preuuce, G Watson,
Steamer Fountain, Castner, Palatka, ejfc, to M A
Steamer U S Grant, Briggs, Hilton Head.
Steamer Samson, Dennette, Sisters’ Ferry.
Steamer Starlight, Anderson, Hilton Head.
Steamer William G Gibbons, Philpot, Doctortown—
Erwin A Hardee.
Steamer Resolute, Spriggs, Darien, Ga.
PORT OF POST ROYAL.
Aug 24—Steamer 0«n Meigs, Banker, Charleston,
Aug 26—steamer Empire city, Barton, New York.
Aug 26—Sloop Clara, Adams, Datlen; steamer Gen
Meigs, Banker, Philadelphia.
KEY SKIRT FOB 1066.
The Great Invention of the Age
J. W. Bradley’s New Patent Duplex EIUp-
tic (or Double) Spring Skirt.
THIS Invention consists of Duplex (ortwoj Elliptic
Pure Refined Steel Springs, ingeniously braided
lightly and firmly together, edge to edge, making the
toughest, moat flexible, elastic and durable Spring
ever used. They seldom baud or break, like the sin
gle Springs, and consequently preserve their perfect
and beautiful shape more than twice aa long as any
single Spring Skirt that ever baa or can be made.
The wonderful flexibility and great comfort and
pleasure to any lady wearing tbs Duplex Elliptic Skirt
will oe experience a particularly In all crowded Assem
blies, Operas, Carriages, Railroad Cars, Church Pews,
Arm Chairs, for Promenade and House Dress, as the
Skirt can be lolded when In use to occupy a small
glace at easily and conveniently aa a Silk or Kusrin
A lady having en]oyed the pleasure, comfort and
great convenience of wearing the Dupiax Elliptic
steel Spring Skirt for a single day will never after
wards wlll.ngiy dispense with their use. For children,
misses and young ladles they are superior to all oth
The Hoops are covered with S ply double twisted
thread and will wear twice aa long aa the single yam
covering which la used on all Single Steel Hoop skirts.
The three bottom rods on every Salrt are also Double
Steel, and twice or double covereu to prevent the cov
ering irom wearing off the tods when dragging down
stairs, stone steps, Ac., which they are constantly
subject to when In use.
Ail are made of the new and elegant Corded Tapes,
end are the best quality la every part, giving to the
wearer the most gr«cei a | and pdnert shape possible
mud are unquestionably the lightest, most desirable,
comfortable and economical Skirt ever made.
WESTS’, BRADLEY A CARY, (late J. I A J n
Warn.) Proprietor, of the Imran"and
N«Yorit Cb * mber *“ dw “«» «l Head* streets,
For sale to all first.class stores in this dtv. and
1 Mexico, "south
dtahv “ - —— ——
jy Inquire for the Duplex Elliptic for double)
Spring Skirt. , ? Jr* Stf
fob the benefit
WIDOWS QF THE ABRAHAM'S HOME
On Wednesday, August io,
WILL BE GIVEN AT THE
By Professor .T. «T. Gorres
Ladies aud Gentlemen Ainateures
1. Chore*fromTrovatore ... " . Verdi
?. Soprano Solo Richard*
3. Dm tt Tom Mari tana Walla, e
4. BasaSolo .HlmJae!
6. Piano and Piute, Adagio and Polonaise Keller
6. Male Quartette f. Mailer
T. Tenor Solo Thomas
8 Piano Solo gatter
9. Duett for Soprano and Tenor from Trovatore,
10, Trio for Soprano, Tenor and Bass Bishop
PART H- . 1 -
1. Chorus from Bohemian Girl Balfe
2. Piano and Plate, Grand Duo BrillUut,
„ Osborne and Tolob
3. Soprano Solo from Lombardi Verdi
A Male Qnartctte Foster
6. Duett from Norma.. Bellini
6. Teaorfioto Night
7. boprana Solo Harvey
g. Comic Song
9. Duett for Tenor and Bans Williams
A full Programme will be publiahed on the Concert
The riano on this occasion will be used from the
MnsicStore of J. C. Schreiner A eon.
tar - Tickets sl, to be sold at the principal stores
and at this office.
To answer several applications about Mußlcal In
(tractions Prof. Gorres will say that hu Headquarters
are at the Music Store of J. C. Schreiner A Son.
(Congress st., between Jefferson and Montgomery sta.,;
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON.
PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERT NIGHT,
Prof E. RicaTra, Leader,
TW~ Refreshments of the beet quality and in every
variety, lmo aulO
THE Internal Revenue Tax must be paiden Cotton
and all Mannfactored Goods before shipment (torn
this Port after this date.
Office at Savannah National Bank.
ALES. N. WILSON,
Collector Internal Revenue Ist District Ga.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, )
Eighth ,-feciai Agency,
Charleston, S. C., August 10.1865. )
Whereas, I have been specialty advised by-the Hon
orable Secretary of the Treasury and authorized to
collect and forward to New York *ll proj,erty belong
ing to the so-called Confederate Government, I here
by enjoin all person* having knowledge of such pro
perty to communicate the same to me pr to the near
est authorized Treasury Agent, that measures may be
taken to secure it for the National Treasury. 4U
private property will be scrupulously respected, bnt
*ll persons claiming property last in the custody of
the Confederate Government must prefer their claims
to the lawfully constituted tribunal—the Court of
Claims at Washington such property being
capturou by the Armies of the United
States. All persons are warned against conceal
ing Confederate Stores, Clothing, and especially Cot
ton and other products collected as tvthes or tax In
kind, or goods, wares or merchandise of whatever de
seription seized by and last in the custody of the so
called Confederate Government.
JOHN H. PILSBURY,
anlS Deputy Supervising Special Agent
I lATCBBLOR’S BAIR STS !
The Original and B#*t In the World I The only true
and perfect Hair Dye. Harmless, Reliable *nd Instan
taneous. Produces Immediately a splendid Blacker
natural Brown, without injuring the hair or skin.
Remedies the 111 effects of bad dye*. Sold by all Drug
gists. The genuine is signed William A. Batchelor.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEURS.
For Restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
anl4-ly CHARLES BATCHELOR, New Yoon.
The Bishops of the Methodist Church will meet for
consultation at Columbus, Georgia, August 16th. The
several Annual Conferences will meet at the regular
times and places this fall and winter; and will elect
Delegates lo the General Conference, to meet the Ist
day of April; the place to be announced at an early
This disastrous war, through which we have pass
ed, has greatly disorgautzed us In our operations :
bnt now that peace is restored, tbe Church will re.
organize and enter earnestly on her appropriate
work of spreading Scriptural holiness through these
lands. James O. Andrew.
‘ Summerfield, July 21, 1866.
PRY GOODS AND CLOTHING.
H. A. TOPHAM,
138 Congress Street, Savanneli, Georgia.
UO. 7 MEBCBANTS’ BOV/, HILTON HEAD.
CALLS the attention of Wholesale and Retail pur
chasers to hi. superior Stock of
MILITARY, NAVAL and CITIZENS’ CLOTHING,
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS,
For sale at the Ixwvcst Market price.
Addition* to the Stock received hy every Steamer
from New York. Ju2l-tl
Carhart, Whitford & Cos.,
Eapsfltrtunn And Wholesale Dealers in
READY MADE CLOTHING,
331 and 333 Bsoadwat. cox Wosra Star ft,
T. F. Carhabt, I Hknst Soato:,
Wm. H. WuiTrottn, | A. T. Hamilton,
J. B. Van Waosnen.
Office of Payan A Carhart In liquidation.
JyC ' -1m
RIDDELL & MURDOCK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
SUTLERS’ AND NATAL STORES, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
Q*ntlxmih*s Fcumswino Goons, Ac..
No. S Merchants' Bow, Hilton Head, & C.,
w. c. giDPti.L. flulAtf] a. a Mgunoea.
STEELE & BUBBAM,
11 Merchants Row, 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,Swords, Sashes, Brit*. Em broideries. Boots, Cape
Field Glasses, Gauntlets Gloves. Aa, Ac, Ac
JJ4J-J ' " '■"H-sgigßUJl
Pianos for Sale.,
TWO FINE TONED PIANOS,
COMPLETE. WITH COVERS AND STOOIX
At 149 Gibb ns'Range.
au*W-.. _ Congress street
Bell, Wylly A Christian
Will sell at the rcddencenf ——. on Montgomery
•treet, 2d door north of Jane, street, on Tuesday
next, 29th inat.:
1 splendid Piano
Household and Kitchen Furniture
fro, Ac., Ac.
Sale to commence at Ift o’clock. auii*-2
Bell, Wylly A, Christian
Will sell at Private S»le.
62 bales On any Baggiog.
00 ftheet* Boiler Iron,
tunes Frentii Merino*,
.last arrived br tcftooner Alice Flora, from Nassau,
N r. »u2G-s
Beil, Wyl4 A CliristiauT
Will *ell at Private Sale, in lot* to suit purchasers.
Prime Smoked Side*,
Prime sraokrd Shoulders
Canvaseed Sugar Cured Hama *n£2Z
pARTIES purchasing Qooda at Auction must rc
jl move them on day of *ale, other trim* etorage,
ac., will be charged.
au23-WAS BELL, WYLLY A CHRISTIAN.
S C bSs Uldac * nient * * rc offered for a few Title
Gentlemen wishing for the ebove, wOl pletse iddlv
3U? e ou c Jo,ta “ -
X 'Xq St!
Tellow* Greaee, Metals.
„ n . FOREST CITY MILLS,
an4 - |f ,■, Savannah,
Offices to Rent.
ONE Single end two Double Office, in the second
story, conveniently located on Bay atreet Suita-
Die for Merchant* and Lawyers, or tor batchelon*’
apartments. Apply to
aug*2 ts HENRY BRYAN.
Offices to Let.
TWO ROOMS TO LET, SUITABLE FOR
~* OFFICES. I > I . ?
Apply at the HERALD OFFICE.
Cellar to Let.
TO LET, A LARGE CELLAR, SUITABLE TOR
Apply at the HERALD OFFICE.
ROOMS TO LET,
At Hilton ZZoAd, S. 0.,
THE Palmetto Herald Building haring been Newly
fitted Up, now offer* large and airy rooms, anita
olc ror Sleeping Apartments or busluees purposes.
mu or apPly W. S. Sampson, Jr., Box No. 26,
Ullton Head Post Office, or on the premises, corner of
Mr rch»nts* Row and Palmetto Avenue, from 4 o'clock
to £ o’clock p. m
EMERY PATENT GIN,
Compactness, Economy of Time,
Space and Labor,
Far Surpauee any other Gin ever before
offered to the Public.
THE undersigned are prepared to lumtoh them at
regular rates, being tnc sole Agents for Horace
L. Emery, Patentee and Manufacturer
Messrs. AMEs, PEABODY A CC... No. 152 Congress
street, have the above Uln on exhibition, bample*
can also be seen at the warehouse of
CHAS. L. COLBY A CO„
au2s-tf corner Bay and Aberoom streets.
TO COTTON SHIPPERS^
IS PREPARED to take Cotton OH Storage, at the
1 lowest rates, and
ON THE CORNER OF JEFFERSON & BAY STS.
For the purpose of
WEIGHING, i .
« SAMPLING. • 1
Shipping CotLm for the Public
Furnishing Ink, Ac.
University of Virginia.
THE next Session of this Institution (which was
never discontinued during tbe war; will enm
raencc, as usnaL October 1, 1865, and and Jnlyi
Tbe Institution Is organized Into eleven distinct
School*, with as many Professors. Six of tbe Schools
are Academic (besides that of Chemistry, which Is
also four belong to tbe Medical and one
to the Law Department
The College expense*, for the session of nine
months, will be from $320 to *350, exclusive of text
txx fc.M of which sum about $216 will be required on
admission, and the balance between that time and
the Ist or April.
Ror further information address the subscriber
Bff* Post Office, “University of Vbvinls ”
aug?B-eod‘2w Chairman 01 Faculty.
'T’HF. Twenty-eighth Annual Session opens OCTO
-1 BEK 2d. 1366. The Faculty is complete. The
rates for the First Term, which ends December 31,t,
are as follow.:
Regular Tuition in College Classes S3O 00
Regular Tuition in Preparatory Class 22 30
French, (optional) 16 00
Music, (optional), with use or instrument. 33 00
Board, Including Washing, Lights, and Fpel— 9v 00
To be paid iuhdvanco. In unrrencyor its equivalent.
J. M. BONNELL. Pre.ldent,
Macon, Ga. * an23-lawt6ort
THE City Council, at Its Regular Meeting on the
oth d«y of September next, will Meet a Clerk and
Sheriff of the City Court of Savannah for the present
nnexpxed term. The compensation consists of fees.
Persona Intending to bO candidates for.tbe above offices
are requested to hand In their applications to the un
dersigned, with the neuta of the two- securities re
R. T. GIBSON,
ang?6-3&oodS Clerk of Council.
Warren’s and Fish
ANDREW CLERK Sc CO.,
48 MAIDKN LANE, MEW YORK,
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS.
( \UR former euatameru will Dad a redaction In gold
U prices of the Needles, while the quality la always
kept up to the highest standard known to English
A U A Cos., respectfully solicit a renewal of the
mercantile relations so long sad favorably aMeetned
by their house. ' e»s6-3m
DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH, )
IST Division D*rmain or Omul«, >
Ssvnnnsb, Gs., August 26,1866. J .
OanntAL Or.Dras, \
No. 18. f
Authority bsvlng been granted by the Major Gen
era! Commanding the Department of Georgia for the
offlrwi cic&inßjt «c., of tne city of Sitsothkb* too
Commander of the Post will Immediately levy such
Tax on traders or per capita or back, and In such man.
ner as he may deem requisite to raise sufficient funds
f ° r ‘^VyoomSilSao?
Bvt. Major Gen. J, M BHANNAN.
Wtu. A. Cociisa. AA. G. » ■ attl-2
ffROCERfICS, UdVOftg, A*.
STUART Ac CO.,
TEAS, WINES AND LIQUORS.
Coasz* Bm *xr> Baoroirrnn Srateia
Special attention paid to eorratry orders from Fami
lies aad far the Trade.
Good, delivered to all parts of the city free of
L. Y. Svisar. H. M. Kxi.LOoa.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
In Fire Groceries, Boot* and Shoe*, Clothing.
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Regan.
Also, Site ban's Celebrated
GOLDEN ALE AND CHAMPAGNE CIDER,
in bottle and in wood.
London and Dnblln Brown Stent. Scotch and Eng
lish Ales. A-
Librral deductions made to the trade.
176 BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH,
and 62 Liberty street. New York
GADEN & UNCKLES~
GENERAL PRODUCE sun COMS’N MERCHANTS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PRO
Coman or Bit *j«n Bustm Stunt,
A?%u! narl f rt r f te *. P* l * l for Cotton, Wool, Hides,
onr New MgSL* lv “ ces «•
Geo. A. Hudson,
Wholeaale and Retail Dealer
Groceries, Ales, Wines, Seears
BOTTB VAST CORNER OF
fiAST BROAD AND BROUGHTON STREETS,
KIRLIN & KIENZLE,
WbolMMie mud RetoU
ALES, \VI\ES AMD LAGER BIER.
10V BAY STREET.
Os bnt quality, 50x53 per lineal yard.
POWLE A CO,
in 7.9 6m No. 70 Broadway, N. V.
EIRLIN.BEO. & BURKE~
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALES, TOES AND LIfORS,
CORNER WHITAKER STREET AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED k DELIVERED.
Imported and Domestic
WINES AND LIQUORS,
A, Wholesale, for Family I7ee,
AT 207 BAY STREET.
ISRAEL R. SEALY A CO.
FO K HALE .
1,000 bushels OATS.
1,000 do WHITE CORN,
CBMP TO CLOaa OOMatONIISKT.
Also—l6o pounds Celebrated Zephyr Puff SMOKING
TOBACCO. N. A. HARDEE A CO.,
anS) ts Bay street, 9 Stoddard’s Buildings
BY RECENT ARRIVALS.
< 1 ' CURRANTS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
CHAS. L. COLBY ECO.,
aug!9-tf Corner Bay and Abercorn streets.
f: - —of— " * < i
LEAF AND SMOKING TOBACCO.
125,000 Superior Havana Segura (Jsnny Lind)
30 bales Spanish Leal Tobacco
2.000 lbs. choice Spanish Smoking Tobacco
3,000 ounehes Spanish Cigamtta*
Just received direct from Havana.
I hare also In Store a large lot of the best brands
Virginia Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
Anderson’s and Llllenthal’a Fine Cnt Chewing To
Merchaum. Brier Root and ether Pipes.
All <Sf which I am prepared to sell at Wboleasle or
Corner 801 l and Congress streets,
_ anglC-tf under Screven House.
mim tobacco ageiy,
George A. Crump & Cos.,
809 BaoAtf SThiCT, Arouses, Gs,
HAVE oh hand a large and well selected stock of
Manufactured and Smoking Tobacco,
tfomplba seat by Express when desired. 3m Ju2o
RECEIVED PER STEAMER CHASE,
200 kits (new 1866), No. 1 Family
Drugs, Me4iciues,aQ<t Chemicals.
A. choice selection ol
£> ‘ '. CHEMICALS,
PATENT MEDICINHB .
IsNptn rsoia auw ion.
Apothecar.td, Planters, and tradi m from the Interi
or, can be supplied at the shortest notice,
i can warrant every article aa bring pure.
A large quantity of European LiBCHES, finest
All the Patent Medicine* extent oc bend.
One hundred cases Jacobs’ Dysenteric Cordial.
ALL WILL BE SOLD LOW FO CASH,
waoitSAii Ann strait.'
Comer Broughton and Barnard streets.
N, 8.-Fresh Garden Sesds. '
SHE OF l S. VESSELS.
WltL Bg SOLD AT
BAf POIMT, PORT ROTAL, S. C.,
Saturday, Sept. 2, at 10 a.m.
The following named D. S, Vessels, viz.:
Steamers CHATHAM and O. M. PETTIT, *lde
whesl, light draught, well adapted for shallow
rivers. Schooners MAIL and SWIFT.
Bark VALPARAISO. Sloop PERCY
DRAYTON- Hull of Fervj
Boat BLINN, and three
Newport Sail Boats.
TERMS—Cash in Government fond*: onc aixth of
the purchase money on the day <tf sale: end the re
nmlnder In tlx daye. The vessels to be removed im
mediately after the foil payment is made.
Tnge will be at Hilton Head, at 9 o'clock am., of
Sspt. 2d, to transport to Bay Point persona who wish
to purchaae these vessels.
-Atlantic? Coast M!ail Sten in
FOR NEW YORK,
daY, the 31*t inat, at o’clock.
For Freitfitor Passage, having very nqmrior accom
modations, apply to
* nßs JOHN R. WILDER.
FOR NEW YORK,
TheU. S. Mali Steamship ZODIAC,
E. M. Buleut, will sail for the
port on her regular day,
Thursday, Ang. 3Ut» at - O’clock.
For Freight or Passage, having superior accommo
dation*, apply to
HUNTER A GAMMBLL,
ln9B ' 34 Bay street.
Philadelphia and Savannah
ThaU. S. Mall Steamship HINNE
wjiNI Lw TOHKa, J.OOm km* burthen, J. W
Balch Commander, will leave for the
-vamai nrrs„ above port on
SATURDAY, SEPT. 2d.
For freight or passage, having elegant accommoda
tions. apply to
»“S« HUNTER * OAMMPLL.
FOR NEW YORK
The first class U. S. Mall Staamahips
NEVADA - Capt. Cavniren.
UNITED STATES, .... Capt. Snxax.
AMERICA capt Cur*
CONSTITUTION, . . . c , pt . wmmtan.
The above ships compose the Line, and will sail
from New Vork and Savannah every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO, Agents,
WAKEMAN, GOO KIN A DICKINSON, Agents,
K Broadway, New York.
Will leave Savannah for Naw York on
Wednesday, 30th Instant.
For freight or Passage apply to
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO ,
Line of Sailing V§ sels
FOR NEW YORK.
r |?HE fine clipper bark HARVEST MOON, Staples,
commence receiving cargo for the
Post on Monday, the SBth lost.
For freight or paecagn apply to
CHAS. L. COLBY A UO.,
tx». Bay and AOereorn stA
Tha splendid fast sailing Schooner
J. H. Williams, o»pt, rooks,
WUI have quick despatch for the above port.
For freight or Paasagewpply to
CHAS. L COLBY A CO.,
,agß> ts oor. Bay and Abercorn sts.
FOB NEW YORK.
The fine Clipper Barque
Pawnee, Capt. Williams,
Haring t large part of her cargo engagod, will have
quick despatch for the above port.
For Freight And Passage ippljr to
' CHAS. l. COLBI * CO.,
lng^tf °°r. Bay and Abercorn sts.
Regular Weekly Use of
CLIPPER SCHOONERS FOR
te ? cn4 keep up a regular week
-1 0 «ne of first class Sailing VeeeelTDivine hL
Iwean Savannah and the above port, with ai^rbw
jlvan to forwarding coodaßtani NewYork M, - B!i ° n
CHARLES L COLBY A CO.,
* nls cor. Bay and Abercorn etreeta.
Line of Sailing Vessels.
T B ? a,p ?,?5" k 5- * Calebs, capt. l b.
* BI9 ts Cor. Bay and Abercorn eta
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
'* . . AND
A RE notified that Gouda wiU be received at our i
ft ssssr* on t aixSh ia
a uIC 100 I
CONNECTING WITH ATLANTIC AND
GULF R. R. for THOMASVILLE.
T H r.^ f resr“ Kh L? u ' lnier W *- <5- GIBBONS.
le * re DUlon’e Wharf, on
a» 9 o’clock, aad will
P*y rp Wkiiy hetweso Brv&hqali Doctortown. id
connection with the Road, learincaa fo&S?*^
SAVANNAH EVERY TUESDAY.
DOCTORTOWN EVERY THURSDAY
ERWIN A HARDEE
Agent on Wharf.
RECEIVED daily, ’
And for warded Semi-Weekly.
Par STEAMER AMAZON, Capt R „
frr STEAMER LAURA, Capt"Enwa^^n.
Due notice will bo given ofS. ,
of each steamer. S D ort * le <**>‘ol departure
* R^IN * HARDEE.
ants lm JOHN U ROCMILLAT.
Agent an Wharf
_ - RAILROA os.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE )
y—. , tevaniiah, Ga., Angnpt 24ih, IS6C f
0 N da/, gSAj-a* «■ (Ln.
01.. eonqectlngKith aC *B*t.
■tatlon 4 c Central Railroad mnnixiß between
Augusta and SaranSi Hstfro^d. and Wsjrneaboro on the
GEO. W ADAMS.
nn”-. O. V SCATI EROOrh
- - Assistant Superintendent
y o» t0 b *
GEO. W. ADAMS.
o w n 2,* l aS?SSS, ntendent -
Atlantic 8c Gulf Railroad
N given th *' “ arrangement has
Uald£%S thc° betWPen *
STEAMER WM. C. GIBBONS
wh ''«P*»«ncere and Freight
. ’ WILLIAM DUNCAN,
Acting President Atlantic A Gulf iuilrosd
amril lm GASPER J. FULTON.
angzt lm Superintendent.
m- L “S pnbSbiS ud of tbe “ CHILD ' S m '
rs •uwM%"iSd r .“ nnn !; •»“
(A deduction made for Chibs j
Kssr tegßftMapjk— ret
to b««in* snd I ieSS thls^ros^
ffii^n^ CrtlWßUy * uv * Ua « to
?It is my intention to lasne first clase papers, and no
a i be sp .red to eecnJe thet end.”
and ron-eepondente wUI bo secured.
rell «ioua and literary talent wlllbe
P»P«'. Cbrid’a Pair wIU be pro
ffiksly UIQHt fated sod Will, In every seuss be made tr%
conform to its new title, y ’ A *°
THE CHILD’S DELIGHT.
*>y Express or otherwise-U by
Expree, at my rttk, if the Express receipt la sent me.
on the resumption of mal facilltie*. V
ai_’, co S n J ct .‘ 0 . n *^. th G*e firm of J. W Bnrke A Cos. id
dissolved, bnt I will establish au office in Macon, Gs,
where communications mav be addressed.
* nlft -‘- >w ' SAMUEL BOYKIN.
THE DAILY EXPRESS,
Has entered upon Its Fifteenth year, in an enlarged
form, with new type, under -nsplcea highly flattering.
It has a large and dally Increasing circulation, and of
feis to merchants and others desiring to communicate
with the Southern public, advantages surpassed by
Two weeks *54)0
One month ... o 00
Two months io oo
Three months > 16 00
Six Months. 84 OO
One Year 40 00
Two weeks $lO 00
One month oo
Two months 15 oo
Three months ' ja no
bix months 30 00
°“ e - T *«
Persons desiring a greater quantity of space is
above designated, will be scoommodstcd on liberal
Single Copy, (mailed) 6 cta
One Month, doT* T a »?'
3U Months do .
one Year do. ...v.v.v.v.::::::" I $
A. P. CRUTCHFIELD A CO.,
b. t "■ ateut 15* Jvh, 1866,
B» J. W. BUHKK & CO., - MACON, OA
This uterprlse la undertaken at the suaaenoa of
KK* lCadin ß marchanta of the country, as a
Interest to the Mercantile Community.
Nor will the “ MiRKOH ” be exclusively filled »Ith
advertisements; but the paper will be sufficiently lug.
to leave ample room for Mltoriala Correspondence.
Select Reading Matter, Ac. It trill be a ravin, as
wxil as a business ram, and we Intend that It shall
visit every City, Town and Village In the Country.
AD can perceive the advantage of advertising In a
paper of ibis description. OUR TERMS WILL BY
LIBERAL We are unable to pnbllsh them in this
Circular, not knowing what number of our friends will
want their Business Cards. Notices, Ac., brought be
fore the Public through this medium. We will only
say to all, send your Advertisements to ns immedi
ately; staU how mnch space you wish them to ocen
py, directions, Ac. We have a large Stock of Fancy
Type, Cuts and material for displaying them, and foe)
confident of meriting the patronage and approval dr
all Btuincsa Men. Aa soon aa we arrive at tMunoant
of matter and slae of paper required, we will make an
estimate, and publish the rates for advertising, in the
first number. Terr win. nr as now as 1-oasiai.x to
allow ca to rcßLisH roc Tana. Deeming It snperfiu
oua to atgue the benefit of this enterprlseTothe adver.
tiring world we leave th* subject with it, feeling as
sored It will meet Its coldlal co-operation
port Address J. W BUBKE A
Agent la Savannah: Mscoo. Gs,
Gro. N Nwnon, Street Jy»-t^