OfP*rlut*r UiuuhllM aa< llranirra.
FOR K*w TOM.
Steamship Varuna. Thursday, September 7, at
-Bteam«hip Constitution, Wednesday, September
«b, at o’clock.
Steamship Minnetonka, Tuesday, September Sth,
Steamer Wm. G. Gibbons, every Tuesday moraine
at 9 o’clock.
Hulks.—Tins flue passenger steamer left
augusta yesterday morning at 9 o'clock, and will
arrive here this afternoon.
Savannah Rivkk.— Oj Saturday afternoon last
mere was on Blue Home Bar, four and a hair feet of
water. The river may now be considered In very
good boating condition.
Brio Fannie.— From an officer ol this vessel
ashore on tbe South Breakers off Tybee who arrived
in the city yesterday, we learn that the brig lies
• comfortable” and has not bilged. Hercargo Isbe
;og discharged as rapidly as circumstances will
Qcici Disfatch.— On Saturday last, the steamer,
Wn. G. Gibbons, capt. Phllpot, cleared Ur larier,
Geo., In ballast, and returned yesterday afternoon,
laden with 597 bales of Upland cotton. This prompt
dispatch of business Is creditable to Capt. Phllpot
and the agents, Messrs. Erwin 4 Hardee.
Fro* Sew York.—The steamship Constitution,
Capt. G.eenmar. .rom the above port, arrived yet •
terdsy morning at 7 o'clock, with many passengers
and a fair freight. Purser W. Chrocheron has cu r
thanks for full flies of New York papers, and, espe
cially, for complete lists of passenger* and consig
robbery —Oh Friday night last, the warehouse
of Messrs. Richardson 4 Barnard, on the North side
ol Bay street, between Lincoln and Abercom streets,
was broken open. Several boxes In tbe store were
opened and tbelr contents scattered on the floor.
The thieves no doubt being disappointed Itt Dot find
ing the object of their search, departed without booty.
Movement of Troofs.—Saturday afternoon, the
steamer Savannah arrived here from Hilton Head,
with two companies of the 6th U. S. Regular Infant
ry, under the command of Capt. J. J. Upham. The
sieamer Immediately proceeded to Sisters Ferry,
recovery of property.— un Saturday last, pri
vate detectives, Patrick Cody and John S. Butler
proceeded to a farm on the Little Ogechee River, and
recovered a valuable horse. Messrs. Cody and But
ler are deserving great credit for their energy and
success lu detecting thieves and recovering stolen
ARRIVAL OB A JdI.MATLKL SIEAMIIR.—The steam'
ship Y&runa last evening brought to Savannah from
New Y'ork a miniature 3teamer. This little craft is
about thirty-six feet long, with side-wheels, and will
draw about six Inches of water. Mr. S. S. Waldron,
her owner, Intends his miniature craft for towing
flats over Blue House Bar to Augusta.
A similar miniature craft Is on board the steamship
Pent, which will arrive to-day.
From New Vox.—The fine steamship Varuaa, Cap
tain Whitehurst, of the Atlantic Coast Mall Steam
ship Line, consigned to Mr. John R. Wilder, arrived
at her wharf In this city last evening. In 72 hours,
from New Y'ork. We are Indebted to Purser Henry
Bentley for flies of New Y’ork papers, and also to Mr.
F. H. Cooley, Chief Executive Officer, for similar
tavors. Purser Bentley also has our thanks for a full
freight and passenger list.
From Doctortown.—The steamer Oak, Captain,
Marshall, arrived yesterday at noon from Doctor
t) vn, con* ig id to Keln 4 Cos.
Mr John M. Keln reports that the Altamaha River
Is very low, and that the receipts of cotton at Doc
tortown are very smalL The Oak passed, coming
down, two flats loaded with about 4.0 bales of cot
ton bound for Darien ; also passed, on Saturday af
ternoon, steamer Fountain entering Warsaw Sound,
bound South. The steamship Continental was lylug
off Doboy Light, taking on board troops.
From Hilton Head Y'esterday afternoon the line
United States steamer DafodU, commanded by Act
tug Master John C. Hamlin, having in tow the steam
er Chatham, arrived at the wharf foot of Whitaker
street, about 5 o’clock.
The following is a list of the officers of the Daf
Acting Master, John C. Hamlin.
Acting Master ana PUot, Charles Cook.
Acting Ensign, E. Enter.
Acting Master’s Mate, Robert Morson.
Chief Engineer, Wm. H. Capon.
Assistant Engineer, Thomas Forrest.
“ “ C. M. Adams.
“ “ J. M. Blakle.
EP.rORE LIET. COL. M. T. HOLBROOK.
Savannah, Sept 2,1865.
Miss Ann M. Finder vs. Martin Wall—fnlawfuily
retaining possession of premises, which he was or
dered to vacate by Lt. Col. R. P. Y'ork. It appear
ing from the petition of plaintiff that an order grant
ed against defendant on the 11th day of July, 1865,
by Hon. E. Parsons, Jr., Provost Judge for the Dis
trict of Savannah, requiring him to pay the amount
of rent due to the Ist of said month, has been disre
garded, and that another order granted by Col. R. P.
Tort, Provost Marshal, of the District of Savannah,
on the 12th day of August. 1865, ordering the defen
dant to vacate the premises occupied by him, situate
on the south side of Congress street, one door from
East Broad street, on or before the 3lst day of Au
gust, 1865, has been totaUy disregarded and diso
beyed ; It is now ordered that Capt. 8. Cowdry,
Provost Marshal, of the Sub-District of ogeechee,
proceed to dispossess the above named defendant
mstanter, and coUect ITom him the costs of the sev
eral suits against him amounting to eight doUars,
or commit him In defknlt of payment, until said
amount be collected.
Ana Gibb, (colored) vs. Mrs. Sarah Fox—Trespass.
Counsel of both parties ergued the matter at Issue,
and defendant’s attorney admitted that the house o -
cupleil by Mr. Pitt, had been fastened up by orders
of Mr. Henry Bryan, Administrator; whereupon, the
following judgment was given. In the above case.
It Is ordered that the suit against Mm Sarah Fox be
dismissed, plaintiff having faded to make out a case,
upon payment of coste by the latter, amounting to
Shtec dollars. Counsel for plalrttlff, M. Benedict, Esq.
For defendant, J. K. Sanssy, Esq.
William Colson vs. Patrick Cody—Recovery of 'u
hosre. lt appearing from the affidavit of plaintiff,
that a light bay horse with black mane and tall, with
a light spot on his forehead, and about four years
old, was stolen from him by a party or parties to
him unknown. In the month of December last, which
said horse Is now la the possession of Mr. Patrick
Cody, and lt further appearing from the statement
of the said Patrick Cody, that he has no Individual
claim to aald horse: It is ordered that Mr.
Cody is hereby authorized to return the hors* above
described, to the isonaflde owner of the same.
Wm. Remshart vs. Henry Campbell (colored)—Un
lawfully retaining possession nf premises. Whereas,
the said defendant was, by older from this office, on
(he first day of this present month, directed to va
cate the premises of the plaintiff, occupied by him
the Mid defendant, at or before 12 o'clock m. of this
day, or show good cause to this office why the said
order has not been obeyed, It Is ordered that Captain
S- Cowdreyf Provost Marshal of the Sub-district of
the Ogeechee. proceed *3 eject the aald Henry Camp
bell from the premises of the plaintiff, Immediately
upon the receipt of this order.
office wiovost iumru, STB-pmaioN or the
OOEECHEE—BEFORE CAFT. SAMI. CO WORT, FHO
Savannah, September 2, 1865.
Unite* 1 States vs. McKeon— Selling liquor to
soldiers. The deiendant having been prevlouly sen
tenced to four months Imprisonment and a line or
two hundred dollars, be was ordered to be released
on payment of a line of one hundred dollars, by or
der of the Commandant of the Post.
United States vs. Peter Squires (colored )_E«jrr
tlon in the market house. It war ordereiHhat the
stock, consisting of two chickens, be conascated for
the use au<t benefit of the Post Hospital.
Jobu Brow n (colored) vs. C. Kotscbild—unlaw
tally detaining property. It was ordered that the
nrooertv now in possession of defendant, be return,
•and to plaintiff and the defendant pay a line of ten
‘ > °9areh Fox vs. Edward Coyne-Refuaal to obey or
ders of court. Defendant having refused to comply
■wits orders from the office of Piovout KaiuMLAug.
16, imw, to pay the stun of sixteen dollars rent to
kira Sarah Fox: It Is now ordered that the deffisd
ant be cooDned m the county Jail uadi said rent,
Btxts.u uouhi ■, la paid into the hands of Provost
Marshal. together with tv* dollars, coat* of suit.
REFoRT OF INTERMENTS IN LArRIL GROVE CEMETERY
FOR THE MONTH OF AUOCIT.
Aug. l—Robert Charlton Bartrldgc. l year,ll mo*.
4 days, Convulsions, Savannah.
Aug. 4—Marian Blake wood, 2 years and 3 mouths,'
Aug. s—Laura Bell, 19 years. Laudanum. Georgia
Aug. 6—A Tripp, 18 years, Scurry, Cos E, 14th Me.;
A. B. Sawyer. IS years. Scurvy, Cos E, 14th Me.
Aug. B—H. M. Taylor, Col. L. Phillips’ Legion, pa
Aug. 9—Ada Bell Sinclair, 8 mos., 10 davs, Convul
Aug. 10—While Sylvester, 2 months,Typhoid Fever
Georgia ; Ann Mitchell, 27 years, Peritonitis, Geor
Aug. 11—Infant Presdee, Stillborn.
Aug. 12—Cornelia S. Johnson, 10 mow., Meningitis
Georgia ; Benj. F. Muuchln,6 mos.,Cholera Infantum
Aug. 13—EUza Champion, 70 years, Apoplexy, New
Jeraey ; Beatrice Hoblder, 4 years, BUllous Remlttant
Fever, Savannah ; Alice A. Gross, 7 years, 9 months,
Aug. 14—Jeremiah Harrington, 20 years. Diarrhoea,
Cos I, 30th Me.; Sarah Manning and child, 24 years,
childbirth, Georgia ; Robert Grant, Apopleptic Con
vulsions, SO years, Georgia ; Sarah F. T. Roberts, ;
years, BUllous Fever, Georgia.
Aug. 15—Louis S. Jordan, 26 years, Ischuria
Re nails, Cos. C. 30th Maine ; Wm. Thompson. flO years
general debility, South Carolina ; W. E.
21 years, chronic diarrhoea, Cos. H. 38th Geo. ; Ann’
Louisa Werm, 1 year, 9 months, convulsions, Geor
gia ; Margaret Fltz, lnflamatlon of brain, Georgia.
AU£-. is—lnfant Nell, 6 months, atrophy, Georgia;
Infant Robider, still born, Savannah.
Aug 18—Ann Kersey, 60 years, typhoid fever. Geor
gia ; Charles Cox, 34 years, Georgia.
Aug. 19—Joseph Brown, Cos. B. 12th Conn.
Aug. 21—Louisa Shenauld, 3 years. 3 months, di
arrhoea. Georgia ; Joseph C. George, 18 years diar
rhoea, Cos. C, 30th Maiue.
Aug. 22—John B. Guler, 5 years, billions remlttant
fever, Georgia ; Sarah Ellen Solomons, 2 yean, 8
months ; Abner North, 4 years, bllllous fever, Geor
gia : Margaret Harrison, 71 years, 3 months, 20 days ,
congestion of brain, Ireland ; Wm. Baker, 29 years,
apoplexy, Cos. C, 75th New Y'ork ; Catherine Saigle
ton, 35 years, chronic diarrhoea, Ireland.
Aug. 23—James Palin, 42 years, hepatitis, Geor
Aug. 24—John Flower, 44 years, chronic diarrhoea,
Cos. K, 153d New Y’ork ; Phllltpa Minis, 76 years, old
Aug. 26—Miry Eliza Bunch, 25 years and 7 months
phthisis pulmonalls, Georgia.
Aug. 26—Susan L. Maguire, 22 years, narcotic
poisoning, Alabama ; Joseph Van Kest, 38 years, tem
porary insanity, Cos. B, 153d New Y*rk.
Aug. 27—Ellanora Melehas, 4 months, cholera In
Aug. 28—Benjamin J. Wade, 1 year and 8 months,
diptlieria, Ga.; Thomas Pitt, 67 years, tubercular dis
ease of lungs, Ga.
Aug. 29—Leodora Balfore, 1 year and 2 months,
gastro enteritis, Ca.; Capt. William Robertson, 31 year
and 2 months, fracture of skull; Cos. F, 173d New
Aug. SO—N. P. Johnson, 24 years, dysentery, Ga.
Aug. 31—Anna Claudia Coachman, 67 years, chro
Deaths In the city 48
Stillborn Infants 2
A. F. TORLEv,
Keeper Laurel Grove Cemetery.
REPORT OF INTERMENTS IN CEMETERY FOR COLORED
PERSONS FOR AVGUST, 1865.
Aug. I—Elizabeth Kimball, 1 year and 6 months,
Ga.; John Gtifflu, acute diarrhoea, 39years. Ga.; Wil
liam Thompson, 6 years, bilious fever, Ga.; Grace
Black, 40 years, Ga.
Aug. 2—Two men from Post Hospital; Rosanna
Polite, acute pneumonia, 2 years and 8 months, So.
Ca.; Isaac Blake, gunshot wound, 3o years, Georgia;
America Casper, diarrhoea, 6 years, Georgia ; Isaac
Rlsben, jaundice, 20 years, Cos. I, 33d C. 9. C. T.
Aug. 3—One woman from Post Hospital ; John
Brown, intermittent fever, 30 years, Ga. ; Caroline
Small, typhoid fever, 24 years, Georgia; Willie Jones,
pneumonia, 8 months, Ga.
Aug. 4—Two men from Post Hospital; Solomon
Leon, phthisis pulmonalls, 39 year l , Georgia ; Mary
Allen, pertussus, 4 years, Ga.; Catherine De Lyons,
acute meningitis, 10 months, Ga.
Aug. s—John Wesley Deas, pertussus,, 2 years and
8 months, Georgia ; two men and two women from
the Post Hospital.
Aug. 6—Toney Slke. dysentery, 38 years, Ga.
Aug. 7—One man from Post Hospital; Richard Par
sons, diarrhoea, 25 years, SaTannah.
Aug. B—John Law, convul9lon9, 4 days, Ga. ; Bei
jamln Wales, congestive fever, Cos. B, 33d C. 9. C. T.
Aug. 9—Two men from Post Hospital.
Aug. 10.—Hannah Ash. diarrhoea, l year and 2
Aug. 11—Marla Oraharn. congestive chills, 19 years,
6 mouths, Georgia : Robert Tolbert, d'arrhcea, 3
years, Georgia ; John Jackson, whooplug cough, 2
years, 3 mouths, Georgia: Louisa, childbirth, 18
years, Georgia ; Andrew Mayer, infant, remlttant
fever. 4 years, Georgia ; Charlotte Monroe, convul
alons, 5 days Georgia .
Aug. 12—One man and one woman, from Post
Hospital: Robt. Collins, congestive fever, 30 years ;
Ollnda Houghton, disease ol heart, 10 years, Geergla;
Victoria Tolbert, whooping cough, c years, 5 mouths,
Aug. 13—One man from Post Hospital ; Prime,
general debility, 70 years, Georgia ; Wm. H. Balam,
whooping cough, li months, 2 days, Georgia ; Joseph
Simmons, pertussus, 1 year, Bmouths, Georgia.
Aug. 14—Elijah Brown, typhoid fever, Cos. G,, 103d
U. 8. C. TANARUS.; Rebecca Scott, dropsy, 7 years, 7 mouths,
Beujamln Miller, typhoid fever, 22 years, Georgia.
Aug. 15—One woman from Post Hospital ; Hagar.
70 years, dropsy, Georgia ; Willie Deas, remlttant
fever, 15 years, Georgia ; Daffhey Bee, old age and
debility, 60 years, Africa.
Aug. 16—Griffin, whooplug cough, 4 years, Geor
gia; Francis, perforation or bowels, 4 years, 6 months.
Georgia; Lizzie Anderson, typhoid fever, 17 years
Aug. 17—Two men from Post Hospital; Anna Lewis,
convulsions, 1 year. 6 months. Georgia ; Richard
Anderson, gastritis 6 months.
Aug. 18—Marla Williams consumption, 6J years,
Georgia; Adam Hazard, dropsy, 60 years, Georgia i
Cnarity, measles and whooping cough,l6 years. Geor
gia ; one man from Post Hospital.
Aug. 19—Margaret, disease or heart, 40 years,
Georgia ; James Harrison Taylor, pertussus. 6 years,
6 months, Georgia ; Infant, trismus nascentium, 6
days Georgia; Laura, congestive fever, 12 years,
Georgia; Steven Hunter, pertussus, 1 year, Georgia;
Susannah Atkinson, typhoid fever, 18 years, Geor
Aug. 20—Hester Jackson, whooping cough, 6 years,
Georgia; Isaac Harrison, consumption, 2; years,
Georgia; Rachael Fleming, measels, 5 year?,? months,
Aug. 21—Two men from Post Hospital unknown;
InOmt, convulsions, 14 days, Georgia; L. Wright,
dropsy, 50 years, So. Ca.
Aug. 22—Alfred, bllllous remittent fever, 10 years,
Georgia ; Selina Brown, Intermittent fever, 9 years.
Georgia; Chanty, old age and debility. 70 years,
ueorgla; Two men lrom Post Hospital.
Aug. 2»—Thomas Higgins, general debility, 65
years, Georgia; Tilly, congestive fever, 6 years;
Wilde Adams, Intermittent fever, 65 years, Georgia.
Aug. 24—George Davis, scrofula, 8 years, Georgia ;
Katie Jones, teething, 1 year, Georgia ; Mary Berry,
menonwhozle, 18 years, Georgia; Margaret D. Phln
ntzey, convulsions, 6 years, 2 months, Georgia; One
man from Post Hospital.
Aug. 25—Mary Ann Grace, phtbysls pulmonalls, 23
years, Georgia; Julia Madstell, dysentery, 3 years,
Georgia; Frank Jocepb, still horn, Georgia ; One
woman from Fost Hospital.
Aug. 2i—Marla Habersham, dlatThcea, 7 years, 4
Aug. 28—One man from Post Hospital.
Aug. 29— gwlmer, teething, 2 yean ; Isaac Fable,
vollowter trouble of the heart, 70 years, Georgia;
John, whooping cough, 2 years, 2 months. Georgia,
Robt. Rivers, fever, 8 years, Georgia.
Aug. 29 —Haris Lawson, IntermUtant fever, 6 jts,
Georgia; two men from Post Hospital.
Aug. 30—Jas Locke, pneumonia, 6 yean, Georgia;
Kate Bull, diarrhoea, 100 years. South Carolina; Jos.
Habersham, congestive fever, If yean, Georgia;
Mints Cooper, remittent fever, 8 years,Georgia ; Hen
rietta Johnson, whooping cough, 9 moa., Georgia; l
man from Post HospltaL
Aug. si—Frank Sirtukland, pneumonia, 20 yean, 8
moa., Georgia : Jackson Screven, Intermittent fever,
i. Rachael Jones,congestive fever, 10
lm,tljy«-n and tmontn, Georgia.
PULASKI HOUSE. SEPTEMBER 2. 18(6
Ed C Fox, Act'd Sure UFA Capt L L Dennett 4 ladt
AH Preemau. 4th CS I Dr J F Bamett,LoutavlKy
B Baker, do W H Ward, Lexington
Capt J J rpham. do M Smith. Albany.Ga
'> B Tarver. Twiggs co,Ga:John x Kern, X Y
H H Marver, *to lo R Ingraham
M E Slappey, do 10 A Dow, Adj 21st TS C T
J R Wimberly, do (Will M Hitt. Augusts
Leonard Bullts, Hilton H W Horae, Mn.edgeville
Lt Cluis E Andros,Charles-;Jno O Auesott.
tun E B Stevens, Mil Teleg’h
W H Kaylor, Ft Pulaski |W \V Montalvo, do
John Henderson, do Theo Ilasch, Sav’b
Ma) H GXims.Psrm’il'SA J Is stroMtar. Effingham
Win U Williams, Sav’h iF B Berlt do
U 11 Sneed, do I j H Randall.
G H Fox, do
M J Bair, Macon Wm Tlllev,
C R Breckinridge, Ky CM Greenmail,
Jno Brandt, jr, Richmond, Geo H Brown. Bermuda -
Ind Jas Crocker. N V
N T Philips, Navy E Louis, Hilton Head
J A Smith, do D W Ingersoll JacksonVU
J F Barfield. Macon O R Fish do
H Young, Ky R Gamers, X Y
R N Leonard, Ft Pulaski W J Farr, Augusta
J C Smith, do Sami Hers, New York
A H Mulligan, do • -- Wm H Shaw, do
L Frewdenbery, NY B M Barkridge, do
Chas L Mather,Jacksonvll-J Marshall, Georgia
E C Saurmls, do T Y Jones. Virginia
J W Hawkins, do B L Howes wile 4 chad,
J Hednck, do Mass
Dr Benin, Tallahassee E P Fmtuer, New Y'ork
Miss Peck, St Augustine BC Warren, do
Capt M Murphy. Btookivn Geo Guraev, Boston
Capt McLan; niton. Ark c M Klbbln, Ptilia
J 9 Ramsey, PhUa Henrv Map.-P. New Jersey
H B Ramsey, Ind Pat Dempsey, New York
J McAiden, Boston (Capt E Whitehurst. 9t Va-
J S Luney, Savannih [ runa
C P Bailey do , Henry Bentlev, St Varuna
9 H Greiner FH Cooley, ' do
JasM White, Macon irM Booth, do
F A Conon, Iw H Havens, do
"(PORT ROY'AL HOUSE (HILTON HEAD) SEPT. 2.
Lt J L LuiL 26th DSCT -Lt Carlson, do '
I)i Whitten, do Capt C Watkins, Savan’h
J Owens, j w Fowler, do
Mrs Russell and 2 chiidr’n J Burn, do
, 0 New York j H Hays, M C P Officer
J S Luney, Savannah Her- T Foley, St Helena
_ aid |M Murphy, do
0 Grav, Savannah |m T Drew, do
EYVPittet, Capt 26 USCT-MJBaiue, do '
Geo Englaud, do j
SEA ISLAND HOTEL (HILTON HEAD) SEPT. 2.
Mr 4 Mrs A G Bennett,R lißt MaJ Gen C Devens,CSA
A Care, 6th U 9 I |Col P W Hooker, USA
W H Lathrop, Boston A Ames, do
H G Pudd, Beaufort |Col C A Carliton, do
Capt A P Ketchum, Sav’h!
Minaturr Almanac—This Day.
Sun rises 6 37 1 Moon sets 4 28
Sun sets 6 211 High water 6 11
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Saturday, Sept. 2, 1865.
Stur Line Steamship Constitution, Greenman, New
York, Brigham, Baldwin 4 Cos.
Consignees— Adams Express, Brigham. Baldwin 4
Cos, Bluu 4 Meyer, Ready 4 Smith, M Bolay, Brigham,
Kelly 4 Cos, Tobias Brown, F Constant, c L Colbv, C
4 Cunningham, J Cohen, Octavus Cohen. DeWttt 4
Morgan, W H Darlington 4 Cos, W M Davidson, M
Daley, E W Doane, (Port Royal,) W G Ehrlich, E
Ehrlich, S II Eckman, Erwin 4 Hardee, W H Fuller
4 Cos, Geo Filed, M Eerst 4 Cos, A Fawcett, T G i'ar
relly, Guckeuheimer A Sellg, S Uerstman, N A Har
dee 4 Cos, Halsey, Watson 4 Co.R Habersham 4 Soil,
Hunter 4 Gammed, Hess 4 Gutman, H liavm, John
Hart, Peter Hausbergher, G (A) H, H U, A B Ives 4
Cos, J I) Kavanaugh, Bernhard Kobn, Keln 4 Cos, 11)
Laßoche, Jacob Llppman, J Lama, W H Lucas, S M
Lederer, Lilenthal 4 Kohn, Jas I.eavv, Lovell 4 Lat
tlmore. M, A Maver, J H Mose, M S Merer, J O Maker
4 Cos, J MeMabou, A J Miller, McDonald 4 McMaha,
J E Mauger, O W Nichols, M Newmark, C K Osgood,
II N Pease, J L Roumillet, H Rothschild, W Rankin,
C D Rogers. Rogers 4 Crane, J Simon 4 Cos, W H
Stark, Stuart 4 Cos, Schuster 4 Helntsins, A Shaw, E
D Stmthe, A M Scarbrough, A A Solomons 4 Cos, R
H Taiem, D F Thorpe, John L Yillalunga, White 4
FUlner, Wm Wolf, 11 B Waugh 4 Cos, J Waldron, S
White. L 7. Zeretz, A 4 P, [CB], [T 4 Co], J McM 4
Cos, L W 9.
Passengers—Mrs Guckenheiim r nnd 2 children, J
Braudt, jr, Jacob Buckley, Miss Emily Allen. Mrs R
Levi and 2 children, D E Thorpe and iadv.B D Davis,
Mr Webster, Mrs S E Folev, E W Doane’, wife and 2
children, Mr Nash, wife, child and nurse, C R Breck
inridge, H P Beckford, J Baer, E F Goddard, G Ehr
lich and daughter, .U G Ehrlich, Henrv Bieber, Mr J
R Schneider, W L Faruuni, and 11 steerage.
Steamer Savannah, Eldridge, Hilton Head.
Tug Starlight, Anderson, Hiliou Head.
Steamer Samsou, Dennette, Hilton Head.
Tug C T Shephard, Bliss, Tybee Roads.
Star Line Steamship America, Clift, New York—
Brigham, Baldwin 4 Go.
Exports.—694 bales upland cotton, 2do sea island
do, 20 do domestics, 124 cases mdze, 25 tons Iron, and
Passengers—D L Oakley, Wm B Hassett, Wm J
O'Byrne, J SI Charlott, M C Fulton, S A Feck.E Heldt
F Hupp, master R Bobinson, Isaac Grass and child
ren, T Lynch, F R Welch, A J Cohen, Lt G B Cham
berlin, wife, 2 children and servant, A W Aflrahsms,
wile and child, Miss J Happ, Miss Anne H ipp, Miss
Mary Casslday, Mrs A Johns, W H Harris, j Merchant,
L Llppman, J Eva, W Arnold, L M Falsora.M A Coop
er, S C Abrams, \\ Unckles, J T Turner, Rev W E
Hamilton, L DeWitt, E Flesch, Jno M Mirgle, J D
Wilson, D T Sheron, C Churchill, J R Gregory, M O'-
Dowd, H B Hollen, J A Gray, J Jackson, G Damon, J
Pratorious, A B Noyes, W F Sleissa. T B Griffin, Jno
McDugle, E Lovell, H E Morrow, R Martin,J A Burns,
A M Tlsou, E H Everson, Mrs H clere, Jno Burning,
P E Gardoner, L Abbott. L Ganv, J H»che, and steer
Steamer Wm G Gibbons, Phllpot, Darien—Erwin 4
Steamer Fountain, Cariner, Jacksonville—M A
Steamer Fannie, Lewis, Charleston, etc.—C C Cam
Tug Starlight, Anderson, Hilton Head.
Steamer Emille, Bender, Hilton Head.
Steamer Savannah, Eldrldie Sisters Ferry.
Went to Sea.—Bark Pawnee, for New York.
Sunday, Sept. 3.
C S Coast Mall Steamship Co’s Steamer Varuna,
Whitehurst, 72 hours from New York—J k Wilder.
Passengers— Mr Gerstman, wife and child. P D’ia
lynskl and wife, Miss Dzlalynskl, 2 children and ser
vant, H Berlucke, lady and child. Miss Emma Cohen,
Mrs B L Howes and culld, Pat Dempsey, J S Gurtens
berg, G B Grmner, R D Walker, S Hart, TS Jones, H
Leon, Mr Burkham, Mrs Coben, Mi's Leon, Mrs F Co
hen and servant, Miss P Brown, T Brown, H Haym.E
P Platner, Z C Warren, Thos Sweeny. B M Partridge,
W H Shaw. Jos Cohen, L Murray,M Murray,W J Farr
J C Peterson, John A Quantock, Thos Cooper. John
Spaulding, M Garvey, Pat Maroney, Thos Downy, B L
Howes, Henry Wicks, Jackson Marshall, c McKibben
Richard Graves, B W ingersoll, Oscar Fish.
Consignees—Keln 4 Cos, Schuster 4 Heinslns, R
Molina, Hunter 4 GammelLSo Ex Cos, Stockton 4 Cos,
W M Davidson, Rodgers 4 Camin, J K WUder.Adams
Ex Cos. Savage 4 Hale. F H Cohen, M 9 Myer, W J
Farr, t G Daua. H Mein halt 4 Bro, Brady, smith 4
Cos. W Wolf, B Kohn, Thos M Turner, M Ferst 4 Cos,
W H Darlington 4 Cos, J McMahon. T Brown, R C
Zinn, A J Miller, R T Lowry 4 Cos, Mrs D KothweU, O
Kohn. McKlbber 4 Allen, A A Solomons 4 Cos, H W
Pease, K Kohn, W H Starke, A Leflier.J L VUlulonga
J Rosenband, Octavus Cohen, R D Walker, Emu
Koetcbke, G B Scaly, H RotUsculld, W R Funston, T
M Fleetwood, R J Larcomb, S W Wight, Dzllynskl 4
Slager, H-Robinson, J G Cohen, M Lama, Dr John
Fisher, Lllleuthal 4 Cohen, T M Bloodworm, J Gull
lard 4 Cos, Mltchel 4 Smith, W H Lucus, Bulger 4
Colvert, J T Morris 4 Cos, Aaron WBbur, D W Jalmer
son, J H Dermoud, J Simons 4 Bros. E Parker.
Steamer O M Petit, Smith, Hilton Head.
Tug Starlight, Anderson-Hiltou Head.
Steamer Emille, Bender, Hilton Head.
Br Sloop Sylvia, Brown, Bermuda, 21 days, with
assorted cargo to order.
Reports—Aug 21st to Aug 24th, lon 70, lat 32, ex
perienced heavy gales. Monday, Aug 28th, off the
South Atlantic Coast, experienced a heavy gale—
spilt sails and vessel started leaking. Aug 25th, lon
75, 25, lat 35 : spoke ship George Wluthrop of New
Steamer Oak, Marshall. Doctoriown, il hours, Keln
Consignees— 3ss bales upland cotton, 45 do Sea
Island do, to N A Hardee 4 Cos, DeWitt 4 Morgan,
Alex Hardee, and others.
Passengers.—A M Ross, Captain SOCaball, TW
Marshall, Lieut C A Dowe.
C S Steamer Dalodil, Acting Master Hamlin, Hilton
Head, with steamer Chatham In tow.
Steamer Wm o Gibbons, Phllpot, Darien. 597 bales
cotlon—Erwin 4 Hardee.
Steamer Chatham, , Hilton Head.
Steamer Lanra, Hiller, Augusta—Erwin 4 Hardee.
Tug Sheppard, Bliss, Tybee Roads.
Went to Sea.—Brig Arthur Eggelso.for New York.
Scbr Emma D Finney, for New York.
Steamer Jeff Davis, Austin, Hilton Head.
Schr J H Williams. Fooks. Philadelphia—Chas L
Colby 4 Co
steamer Samson, Denette. Darien.
Tug Starlight, Anderson, Darien.
LIST OF VESSELS IN THE FORT OF
Savannah, Sept. 2,1865.
Steamship Minnetoka, Balcli, I,ooo—discharging
from Philadelphia, dock, foot of Abercorn street.
Star Line Steamship Constitution, Qreenman, 944
tons, from New York—discharging at Low’s wharf,
loot of Lincoln street, Brigham, Baldwin 4 Cos.
ACM Steamship Yanina, Whitehurst, 861 tons,
from New York—discharging at Central Cotton Press,
J R Wilder.
Harvest Moon. Staples, 398—loading for New York,
Central Cotton Press,—C L Colby 4 Cos.
Brig Hattie. Cfflbey, from Hilton Head, with Ice—
discharging at fcxohaage Dock—Cbeesman 4 Mar
Waltham, Cottrell—from Boston—discharging, to
Sebr Georgia, Holt, T 9 tons, from BaMmore-dLs
charging al Central Wharf.
Sebr Lovett IVacoc* Lingo, 349, from HUton Head
—‘li.'-clirtrjnijjf i i&ll&itf —Master.
Schi Wm E Stevenson. Threadcroft, 45, from Ma
ranzas—dk-char*ln* at dock foot ot Barnard street _
bchr E C Howard. Nickerson, 30b—discharging bal
last at WlUink’a Wharf, near Oas Hou-e—Hill. Mas
Witch oueen, PerctvaL 115—from Baalon—dis
charging, Lower Rice Mill—Riclwrdson 4 Barnard.
.luce Flora, (Hr) Knowles—(Turn Xaaaau—discharg
ing, Lower Rice Mill—Bell, Wylly 4 Christian.
Anna Suna, (new) steveusoi awauiug completion
at iptantock’a Mill—«J L Colby « Cos.
Addie E Barnes, Lawson, 145—watting cargo, foot
of Dravton street—Emil Koetcke 4 Cos.
Rum H Baker, Smith. 378—loading for New York,
foot of Barnard street—C L Colbv 4 Cos.
Eothen. Murray. 102—from New York—discharg
ing, foot of Barnard street—Master,
Br Sloop Sylvia, Brown, from Bermuda—discharg
ing at whan foot of Barnard street.
(Congress st, between Jefferson and Montgomery ata.,;
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON
PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHT.
Prof. E. Richter. Leader,
Or Refreshments of the best quality end In every
variety. lmo aulo
THE Internal Revenue Tax must be paid os Cotton
and all Manufactured Goods before ahlpment from
this Port, after mis date.
Office at Savannah National Bank.
ALEX. N. WILSON,
Collector Internal Revenue let District G»
BATCHHLOR’U "*th SYS I
The Original and Beat In the World 1 The only tme
and perfect Hair Dye. Harmless, Reliable and Inatan
taneoua. Produces immediate.)- a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without Injuring the hair or akin.
Remedies the ill effects of bad dyes. Sold by all Drng
gista. The genuine Is signed William A. Batchelor.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OP MILLEFLEURS,
For Restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
au!4-ly CHARLES BATCHELOR. New York.
OFFICE COLLECTOR MILITARY TAXES, )
ExcuANot Builiumo, l
Savannah, Qa„ 1866. |
I am instructed by General order, No. 26, Head
quarter Sub-District of the Ogeechee, Ang. 28, 1866,
to collect a Tax of Three per cent, upon all incomes
of Six Hundred Dollars (tCOiij and upwards, from
And, also, a Tax of One per cent. O) on Gross Sales
of al) Merchandlae, except Cotton sold on Commis
sion ; One per cent, on all Commlaalona derived from
the transaction of an Auction, Commission, Shipping,
Forwarding, and Brokerage business, except upon tbe
sale of Merchandise, upon which a Tax of One per
cent, ia levied
All persons coming within the requirements of
these instructions will immediately make a return or
all Incomes, Sales and Commissions, lor the mouth of
Blank returns for this purpose may be had on appll
cation at this office.
Office lu the Exchange.
i&~ Office hours, ft-oiu 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.
C. H. PIKE,
81,31 ~ 2 Captain and Collector Taxes.
A SITUATION, by a young man willing to make
j^ ed himwlf generally useful Grocery business pre-
Address L„ Herald Office Pe p 2
"CVYRTY (40) able-bodledjroung men fbr duty in the
, clly ™J Savannah. They will receive n liberal
salary. They must come well recommended. All
applicants will apply at office oi Capt. Samuel Cow
d.ey, Provost Marshal.
By command of
FIFTY TONS ol Rags and Waste Paoer The
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PaTd. Aulo. iot
mn Pickings, Wool, Hides. Tallow. Grease, Metals,
Bottles, 4c., at the
FOREST CITY MILLS,
* n4 - tf Savannah.
Offices to Rent.
ONE Single and two Double Offices in the second
story, conveniently located on Bay street. Suita
ble for Merchants and Lawyers, or for batchelora’
apartments. Apply to
BU E 22 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 at the HERALD OFFICE.
ROOMS TO LET,
At Hilton Hoad, 8. 0.,
THE Palmetto Herald Building having been Newly
JP’ , now offer* large and airy rooms, suita
ble for Sleeping Apartment* or business purposes.
For terms apply to W. S. Sampson, Jr., Box No. 25,
Hi]ten Head Poet Office, or on the premises, corner of
Merchants' Row and Palmetto Avenue, from 4 o'clock
to 6 o’clock p. m. jn-22 •
Drugs, Medicines, and Chemicals.
A choice selection of
LANDED PEON IN X W roXK.
Apothecar.es, Planters, and tradi ft from the Interi
or, can be supplied at the shortest notice,
I can warrant every article aa being pure.
A large quantity of European LEECHES, finest
All the Patent Medicines extant on hand
line hundred cases Jacobs' Dysenteric Cordial.
ALL WILL BE SOLD LOW FO CASH,
VIOLIIAII AND DITAIL.
Corner Broughton and Barnard streets
N, B —/reah Garden Seeds
. „ , W. M. WALSH,
NORTH RIVER iGRKULTIIRAL
GRIFFING, BROTHER 4 CO., Paorairroaa,
< 6S AND 90 COOBTLAKD STSSKT.
Manufacturers of Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Cot
ton Sweeps, Corn Mills, Cotton Gins, 4c.
Every implement wanted by the Planter, Also,
dealers in Field and Garden Seeds Also, Agents for
Brace's Concentrated Manure. Bone, Ac.
Send for drenlar faSO 3m
Jg HKDS. CHOICE SIDES, landing and lor tale
»u3O J CRANE. JOHNSON 4 ORAYEILI. I
Bell, Wylly A Christian
Sugar. Molasses and Segars.
On WEDNESDAY next, 6th lnat., will be .old on
board the achooner William H. Sleven.-oa. ju*t ar
rived from Maudam. Cuba, and now lying at the foot
of Barnard street,
39 boxes Sugar,
27 tierce* Muscovado Molaseee.
10 M very superior Havana Segura.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. «ep4-3
By Bell, Wylly A Christian.
Will sell at Private Sale
160 bbk Choice Potatoes
60 do Onions
Landingphtn eteamer this day. au?9
Will be aoid at
At tbe &oTerimieiit Slangier House,
NEAR HABERSHAM’S RICE MILL, CANAL ST.,
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6, 1865,
AT 11 O’CLOCK A. M.,
125 BEEF HlDES—Dried.
For account of the Subsistence Department U. S
HENRY R SIBLEY.
aepg-td Capt. and C. 8„ U. 8. Vol*.
E. Will.txmb, J. R. Mclntirx. H. P. Ward.
WILLIAMS, M'INTIRE & CO.,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Baldwin 4 Oo.;
Krwin 4 Hardee, Gaden 4 Unckles, Isaac D La.
bridge', ' Hiram Robms ’ ■ Wylly Wood
. Bences in New Vork-MoMra Samuel T. Knapp
4 Bro,; D. H, Baldwin 4 Cos, 3u«6<'odlm
Bill Street, Comer of Bar Lane.
BACK OF THE POST OFFICE.
JuH Received at the above Depot a further supply of
DENIS DONNE, a Novel, by Annie Thomas. Price
BELIAL, a Novel. Price 50 cents.
CHRISTIAN’S MISTAKE, by the author of John
Halifax, Gentleman. Price 75 cents.
THE ROGUES AND ROGUERIES OF NEW YORK,
Price 35 cents.
HARFER’S MONTHLY, GODEY’S LADY’S BOOK’
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, Ac., for September.
The aaual assortment of
Northern Dailies and Weeklies
Received by Every Steamer.
SAVILLE & LEACH,
TIMBER CUTTERS’ BANK,
CORNER BRYAN STREET AND MAR
KET SQUARE, SAVANNAA, GA.
The trade supplied at the lowest Cash P rices.
Every variety of Stationery for office and general
nßg - an 19
’)j lA REAMS Superfine Coramercfnl Note Paper,
pounds to the ream, at the very low price
of #2 50 per ream. r
Also, a large variety of other Papers, Envelopes,
Pena, Ink, Pencils, Ac.
For sale by
SAVILLE 4 LEACH,
aul’J cor. Bryan street and Market Sqnare.
And Merchants’ Row, Hilton Head, S. C.
OFFICIAL—SI’B-DIST. OF OGEECHEE.
HEADERS SCB-DIST. OF OGEECHEE)
Savannah, Ga., Ang. 28, 1865. /
No. 26. ;
Pursuant ta Genera! Order No. 18, Headquarters
District of Savannah. Ist Division Department of
Georgia, the following Taxes will be collected to de
iray the necessary expenses of lighting streets, clean
ing of city, 4c.
lat. Tax of three (3) per cent upon all Incomes of
aix hundred 'SO") dollars or upwards from Real Es
2d. Tax on all Sales of Liquor as per General Order
No. 13, from these headquarters
Sd. Tax on all Tradere. Dealers, Commission Mer
chants, and Shlppera of one flj per cent on all aalea
4th. These Taxes will be paid monthly, commenc
ing on the 31st Inst,, to the Tax Collector, ou account
of aalea and rents sworn to by parties
6th. All persons who have received Licenses with
out paying the license fee as aptclfled In General Or
der No. 18, from these Headquarter!, are hereby no
tified that their License! are revoked from this data,
and that new Licenses will be required before continu
ing their business.
oth. All persona coming under the provisions of this
order will report Immediately to Tax Collector and
register their names and place of business, 4c. Any
person neglecting to comply with the requirements of
this order will be subject to a fine.
7th. Capt. Calvin H. Pike, 163d N. Y. Vols., is here
by announced as Tax Collector, Cltv of Savannah. He
will be obeyed and respected accordingly.
By command of
Brv’t Brig. Gen. E. P. DAVIS.
Wm. H. Eolk, A. A. A. G. au2B
HEADQ’HS SUB-DISTRICT OF OGEECHEE,
Savannah. G#„ Augzat 28, 1866.
No. 27. /
Hereafter no Commissioned Officers, enlisted men
or civilians will be allowed to drive or ride their homes
through the streets of .savannah faster than a trot,un
less on official business, and then the envelope will be
The Provost Marshal la charged with the execution
of this order.
By command of
Brevet Brigadier General DAVIS.
Wm. B. Foi.x, A. A. A. G. ang29
HEADQ’RS SUB IMBTRICT OF OGEECHEE,
Savannah, Ga., August 24, 1865.
No. 26. f
Capt. E. A. Parkinson, 153d Regiment, N. Y. Vola.,
is hereby announced as Street Commissioner city of
He will be obeyed and respected accordingly.
By command of
„ . Bvt Brig. Gen. DAVIS.
Wm. H. Folk, A. A. A. G. au2s
TRAYED OR BTOLEN, from my yard on tho cor
ner of Ball and Broughton atrseu, on the night
of tbs 30th Aug oat. Four Livar Colored and White
A liberal reward will be given If returned to me.
„ , _ B. STAMM,
• Hair Dressing and Shaving Saloon,
acpl-2 Opposite Pulaski House.
AHti tmAT.fin a Qf
Perfaiery, Patent Medicines, k, k
0801 IS WITH 81MITTAlCtt PIOMPTLt life.
COTID AT ISWIST MABKIT MICH.
HARRAL, RISLEY & TOMPKINS,
No. I*l Chamber* and No. 1 Hudson ste.,
James Harral, formerly at Charleston, g. c.
XI. W. Ridloy, formerly of Augusta, oa.
ST A R LINE
FOR NEW YORK.
THE new and elegant firm clan
sZdtF-iT. B- Hail Steamahl). AMERICA,
-A— .TyflUff r. Cam. Clift, will positively sail for the
above port on
Saturday, September 2d, at o’clock.
For freight or passage, having splendid accommo
dation-, apply to
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN 4 CO.,
au3l Stoddard’s Building, opposite Poet Office.
FOR NEW YORK.
The new and elegant first class U. 8. Mall Steam
ship CONSTITUTION, Capt. Greenman,
will positively sail tor the above port on
Wednesday, September 6th, at o’clock.
Fbr freight or passage, having splendid accommo
dations, apply to
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A (XX
au3l Stoddard ’a Building, opposite Post Office.
Atlantic Coast Mail Rteam
FOR NEW YORK,
e..—— The First Class Steamship VARU
iS*!piTNA, will positively sail on THURS-
the 7th lnat, at o’clock.
For Freight or Passage, haring very superior accom
modations, apply to
•epl JOHN B WILDER.
FOR NEW YORK
The flret class V. 8. Mall Steamships
- - - * Capt CaariNTxa.
UNITED STATES, .... Capt. Saaaa.
AMERICA, Capt. Clift.
CONSTITUTION, - - Capt. übeemah.
The above ships compose tbe Line, and will sail
from New York and Savannah every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN 4 CO, Agenta,
WAKEMAN, GOOKIN 4 DICKINSON, Agents,
17 Broadway, New York.
FOR NEW YORK.
Merchant’s Line Sailing Vessels.
The splendid Clipper Schooner
jX|fr|k B.TTTB H. BAJCH2L,
MbJlmHnm Capt-. WM. SMITH, in now loading for
the above port, and will have quick despatch.
Apply to CHAfcJ. L. COLBV A CO.,
auß9-tf cor. Bay and Abercorn street*.
Philadelphia and Savannah
Afijk Mall Steamship MINNE
Commander, will leave for the
above port on
TUESDAY, SEPT. sth, at O’clock.
Cablh Passage to Philadelphia. «4n
Through Tickets to New fork via Philadelphia! 40
For freight or passage, haring elegant accommoda
tions. apply to
8u26 HUNTER 4 GAMMELL.
For New York.
The Al Sehooner
-**S maS* IsTJIG-O, Master,
Haring the greater portion of cargo engaged, will
have despatch for the above port. For freight apply
W P2 HUNTER 4 QAMMELL.
Line of Sailing Vessels
FOR NEW YORK.
r |iHfi fine Clipper bark HARVEST MOON, Staples.
A Muter, will commence receiving cargo for the
•bo*® port on Monday, the 28th Inst.
For freight or panaage apply to
CHAS. L. COLBY A CO.,
* n2b If Cor. Bay and Abercorn stn.
HELEN GETTY, CAPT. INGRAHAM
fFormerly the St. Johns,)
Will leave the Old Georgia Steamboat Yatd
for Florida, touching at Darien, Brumawick, St.
Mary’s, Pernandlna. Jacksonville, Plcolata and Pa.
For Freight or Passage apply on board or to
L. S. BENNETT,
Agent Florida Boat.
*«P2 Corner West Broad ana Bay sta.
Regular Weekly Line of
CLIPPER SCHOONERS FOR
'T'HE undersigned Intend to keep np a regular week
wtth promptnessi and despatch. Particular attention
given to forwarding goods from New York.
CHARLES L. COLBY 4 CO,
anlH cor. Bay and Abercom streets.
FOR NEW YORK.
The fine Clipper Schooner
E. C. Howard, Capt. Nickerson,
Will have quick deapatch for the above Port.
For Freight or Passage apply to
CHAS. L. COLBY 4 CO.,
>ng3l -ts cor. Bty And Abercorn at*.
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
ARE notified that Goods will be received at our
Warehouse, on Dillon’s Wharf, at any time du
ring the week ERWIN 4 HARDEE.
CONNECTING WITH ATLANTIC AND
GULF R. R. FOR THOMASVILLE.
THE Light Draught Steamer WM. G. GIBBONS.
Oapt. Phllpot, wIU leave DlUonn \Vh£t on
ruesday morning, 22d lush, at 9 o’clock, and will
ply regularly between Savannah and Doctortown, In
connection with the Road, leaving aa Slow™
SAVANNAH EVERT TUESDAY'.
DOCTORTOWN EVERT THURSDAY.
Freight receipted for through to any point on Rail
road between Doctortown and ThomasvUle.
Freights payable here.
ERWIN 4 HARDEE.
JOIIN L. ROUMILLAT.
auggl-Im Agent on Wharf
50,000 GRAY BRICKS.
$» FEE THOUSAND.
Scpl-3 DILLON'S WHARF.
FREIGHT FOR AUGUST!,
And Forwarded Semi-Weekly.
Per STEAMER AMAZON, Capt R. Jomsom
Pe. STEAMER LAURA, Capt Enwaan Boxes
&^r^ o^^^ s tL n .^ ,,,, Wh*rf
of^T«£££ ,llb * * ,TOn * <*P«rtnrb
ERWI.V 4 HARftgr
» JOHNLB £2^w
SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE, >
Savannah, Ga., August 1865 »
lowflfce £ utl< "“ h*
and Angu.ta, Augusta and Savannah*Rrilro!fo
By order of K
GEO. W. ADAMS,
■— Assistant Superintendent.
Atlantic & Gulf r. _.iroad
STEAMER WM. C. GIBBONS
“flt iß tS°n» b ,J
w>d *H intermediate potato “* *“ d Sa
_*ng2l-im aAma '&JZ22L
THo ?r“r m ' Z*™™
fORWTtf, OWEN & WILSON,
(Late Johnston, Corwin 4 Flnnell,)
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors of Claims.
"" A-SHINGTON, I_)
B Y re-e« <l triln»hS U l b^ni 0r “*»“*» the mails are
Price of “Index,” per annum. A3 rwi
Price of “Child's iSSex,- ™; ;;**;- ’ 2?
fA deduction made for ciohs j
bfm»iflv? y ar/Ei 11 *? ,toDce ’ “ ">? determination
It la my intention to issue first claaa Dane™, .na
JKrtwfffore b# ” p,red J" “cure Kit “and “
conform to Its new title, sense, be made to
THE CHILD’S DELIGHT.
Money may be sent by Express or otherwl««_n hi
W !*?r'?. m ' nnnic * tk, ““«yeddies. M “° D ’ Ql -
<tul6 - w SAMUEL BOYKIN.
THE DAILY EXPRESS,
Has entered upon Its Fifteenth year, in an enlarged
form, with new type, under auspices highly flattering.
It has a large and daily increasing circulation, and of
frta to merchants and others desiring to communicate
with the .Southern public, advantages surpassed by
Two weeks. « K no
Two mouths ...
Three months ... L IK
si* Months ; h K 22
Two weeks am on
Two months ,; IK
Three months W.'.'.V''"t ,8 ou
Six months ' 36 m
Persons desiring a greater quantity of space thanks
above designated, will be accommodated on liberal
Msr do! ®»
One Year do. . !11 i;!!! 6 W
A. F. CRUTCHFIELD 4 CO.,
boy rom coot ufim ale
IN REAR OF POST OFFICE, HILTON HEAD.
CENTRAL R. R.
SAVANNAH, ALBANY i SULf R. R.
FOR SAtk. APPLY AT THIS OFFICE.
ACADEMY OP Sf. VLHCEMT OF PAUL,
CONDUCTED BY THK
SISTERS OF MERCY
T'HnoftWs institntion will re-open on
1866 B * ,>Wmber 181,1 * Qd cloae on Febiuaiy 15th,
snd d<^ eomn “ ,, “ ““ February lath
T toclHdln E Hoard, Tuition in
English, l\ ashing, and use of Bed and Bed-
A -in Freich.-.v.-.v.v.v.v.v:.
do Music on Plano " 30 00
do Music on Guitar 7"' 3009
do Crayon, Drawing and Painting in
Water Colors 777 ... 30 00
Tuition in Oriental Painting, per course 15 00
do Wax Fruit and Flowers 20 OO
do Embroidery joo*
For farther particulars apply to the Superioress at
the institution. au29-2awlm
CTATE OF GEORGIA—CHATHAM COUNTY.—To
kJ all whom it may concern :
Whereas. John O. Ferriil will apply at the Court of
Ordinary for Letters of Administration on the estate
of James Bilbo, deceased—
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish sll whom
it msy concern, to be snd appear before said Coon to
make objection (if any they navel on or beioro the first
Monday in October next, otherwise said letters will
Witness my official signature, this 28th dav of Au
gust, 1865. D. A. O’BYBNE,
VTVHE undersigned wish to inform the public that
A they have commenced business in Shin, steam
boat and general Blacksmithing
Also Hone Shoeing done with nsatueii and de