OCA L M ATTBKB.
Lrtureof Steamship* and Steamers.
rent «> vosx.
Lg:p Vanina. Thursday, September:, at -
f snlp constitution, Wednesday. September
FLo'clock p. m.
L ,iiip rent, Thursday, September 7, at
I ~ jimuetoDka, Tuesday, September sth,
I f , Wm . o. Gibbons, even Tuesday morning
L er Helen, Wednesday, September 6th, at 7
[Lei'o.ih, Wednesday, September 6th. at 6
I FOR HAWHNSVILLE.
l mer comet, Thursday, September 7th, at 10
L a- ®
I XUe attention of merchants and others
Liw'to the card of Harrison * Cos., New York
r Tblctl wul ue found In our advertising col-
I this morning.
I S£W York.— The steamship Perlt, Captain
L arr jved yesterday afternoon from the above
titii a good freight and quite a number of pas
rs we are luuebted to Purser Haskell and
[cKee, Steward of the Peril, for favors.
nt'Zui the announcement in another col
it will be'seen that an entertainment will be
,at the Theatre this evening, when Miss WUlett
Ue her second appearance. This young lady
Us histrionic taient, and with favorable op-
Ues and encouragement would attain position
-veuid ceil attention to the notice of P. Philips
c'o- as-iior at Law, who offers to attend to any
jsltU business in his line In the city of Wast-
C Mr. Philips Is a distinguished member
■ Bar and has had much practice and expert
n the Supreme Court and Court of Claims of
r Sivai.n H inuL—The business card of Cun
8u i Parse, Factors, Forwaid.ng and Commls
gerchants, will be found In our advertising col-
These young gentlemeu are both long and
U Known ta rehable *nd competent business
Cnoroughly acquainted with the business rela
lacd interests of Savannah. They merit,and we
|ucy will receive, a liberal share of business
Lage and encouragement.
|:he announcement in our advertising columns
11 be seen that Jno. Huguenln Thomas, Esq.,
leaver an address at the Methodist Episcopal
eh to-morrow evening for the benefit of a dls
soldier of the late Confederate army. Mr.
ias is an eloquent and pleasing speaker, and his
ess, while it will offer a literary treat, will also
and au opportunity of aiding a meritorious and
rtimate young man, whose wounds have Inca
atvu nun from obtaining a livelihood.
ath or an oi.o Citizen.—lt becomes our duty
Imi the death of James M. Jones, an old and
respected citizen, which took place at his
nee In this city, on Sunday last. The deceased,
as in the 69th year of his age, was a native of
are, but had been a resident of Savannah up
of thirty years, during which time he filled
sltlon of secretary of various Masonic bodies,
cb order he was a bright member.
r copartnership.—By their card. It will be
hat coL Robert York, late of the United States
tee* Army, has become associated with
j. Williams A Mclntlre, in the auction and
isslon business. Col. York, as well by his
manly social intercourse with our citizens as
e Impartial and Intelligent discharge of his
i duties as Provost Marshal, has won the re
alm esteem of onr public. He will be a valua
■ccesslon to the new firm.
I rival of the Helen.— The popular steamer
E'apt. Reilly, arrived from Augusta last evei •
a full freight and list of passengers,
id, passed steamer Amazon at 4 p. m. near
n's Round, bound up. 4th, 6a. m., passed
aer Gen-Berry tied up at Rlngfaw Cut; y, past
3n, steamer r'. H. May, bound down, and Laura
ugusta ; Ip. m., passed Express Boat tied up;
it 3 p. m., steamer Falcon tied up near Flat
i Prendergast, the obliging Purser, will accept
hanks for late Augusta papers.
I Lie or Thohas O. McClssxet.—We regret to
Lnce tie death of Thomaa 0. McCleskey, who
[a; tie residence of his brother, George A. Mc
gev, yesterday morning, In the 36th year of his
Tie deceased was at the time of his death em
eu In tie U. 8. service as Engineer of the steamer
bivis. He was taken sick while at Hilton Head,
only reached bis home In time to be taken to his
hei's house to die. He was for many years a
iber of tie Savannah Volunteer Guards, with
Ci corps he served In the late war until about a
: belore Its close, when be was appointed Engi
:ln tie Confederate States Navy. He was of a
l-hearted, generous disposition, and had In this
munlty many warm Mends who will deeply sym
ilse with ils relatives lu their sorrow for his on
ly death. It will be gratifying to them to know
, he died In the full possession of his faculties,
i calmness and reslhnatlon.
KjmTAL KY THE MILITARY COMMISSION.—Some
veeks since,Alexander Hardee.au Intelligent free
i of color, well known In this city, where he has
iys sustained a good character for honesty and
ect deportment, was arrested by the military au
ltles, charged, first, with stealing, or cansing to
lolen, four bales of cotton from tie Government
ehouse at I.amar’s Press; and, 2d, with purchas
ed receiving four bales of cotton, which had
I stolen, Ac. The case having come up for lnves
lion (we quote from the official report), the Corns-
Mon, after maturely considering the evidence ad
rd, tnd me prisoner, Alexander Hardee, as fol-
G. tie Specification, Ist Charge, Not Qullty; of the
UF Charge, Not Guilty -, of the Specification, 2d
jfcuge, Guilty ; of the 2d Charge, Guilty, but attach
B criminality thereto. And the Commission do
Brelore acquit him, the said Alexander Hardee,”
■bo was accordingly released from arrest. It la only
Jfoes.-arv to add that the above finding waa duly ap
jfeved by Maj. Gen. Brannan, commanding this Oe-
FEFORE LIECT. COL. M. T. HOLBROOK.
Savannah, Sept *, 1865.
'jprs. B. Zlttrour vs. Lawrence Dunn—unlawfully
Iltniug possession of premises. Judgment—ln the
ive case It is ordered that the defendant having
I ample and sufficient notice to vacate the prem
i occupied by him, at the expiration of his lease,
i now ordered that he vacate the premises on or
are the uth day of September instant, and upon
ure so to do, that he be forcibly ejected therefrom,
l that he pay costs of suit.
[erven Hirt vs. August John, recovery of debt—
m $l5O. It appearing from the petition of plain
that the defendant Is removing from the limits of
i Military District. It Is ordered that he euter Into
id aud sufficient security for the payment of the
ive claim, within sixty days from this date, and
reafter be discharged /rom custody upon pay
at of costs.
Ira. Sarah Herscb vs. Wm. H. Hausman—holding
session of premises contrary to orders. It sp
iring from the records of the Provost Marshal’s
ce, that Mrs. Sarah Hersch obtained permission
occupy and control at Guyton, Effingham County,
>video the same was not In the use tft the C. S. Gov
irnent. And It appearing from the petition of Mre.
ah Hersch that Mr. Wm. H. Hausman was no
th on the 19th day of August 1865, under order
m this office to vacate the premises owned by
s. Hersch, on or before the Ist day of September,
6, or be forcibly ejected, If the said order was not
yea, and it further appearing that the said w.
Hausman has failed to give possession In obsdl
tto the order Issued. It Is now ordered that the
• defendant vacate the premises occupied by
I within five days, from the receipt of this order,
failure to comply with fills order at the time
Killed the officers or non-commissioned officers In
Bftge of the troops at the village of Guyton will ex
late the above order by resorting to a forcible ejec-
RAe United States vs. Joseph Smallwood, Henry
lasting, F Matron Tidwell, Samuel 9. Besslnger—
Beating cattle untie value of SIOO and violating den
ial Order No. *s, dated Headquarters, c. 9. Forces,
Iniannah, Qa., March JSth. 1865-Geo. M. Powers,
IroKtutor. Pies, not guilty. After hearing test)-
bony In the above- Mated case, ft is apparent that
the gist charge against the defendant* baa mol been
made oat, therefore It is ordered : That a Nolle Pro*
equi be entered against each of them. The defend
ant Joseph Smallwood having been proved guilty of
buying cattle, the same having been ktoleo, and hav
ing been proved guilty or violating General order
No. 26, ft is ordered : That he pay ta George M. Pow
ers the amount or money realized from the sale of
one ateer In the market of Savannah, on Saturday
last, said steer having been shown to be the property
of the Prosecutor. And It la further ordered that he
pay a One of ten dollars for violation of the Order
above cited, and also the costs of sulL And it la fur
tber ordered that the defendant J. Smallwood be dis
charged from custody alter complying with the fore
going order. The other defendants are discharged
OFFICE PROVOST HAXSJLSL. SUB-DIVISION OF 7HE
OOIECMSI—BEFORE CAPT. 9AML. COWDRT, PRO
Savannah, Sept. 4. 1166.
United States vs. James Mack—Concealing a quail*
tlty of whiskey. Ordered that the wnlskey In ques
tlon be confiscated for the benefit of the Post Hos
A. Stokeley vaWm. G -aham-Charge ; In this, that
A. Stokeiey gave Into pcaaessslon of Wm. Qraham
about the stb of July, 1866, certain articles to keep un
til called for by the said Stokeley ; Graham having
delivered up the articles to other parties, without
any order from the rightful owner, It Is ordered that
Wm. Graham pay to the plaintiff the snm of twenty
dollars, which Is considered as the equivalent value
in money of the articles so given up.
Mrs. Eliza Callahan vs. A. J. Carroll—Claim for
possession of stolen mule. It Is ordered that defend
ant pay the sum of seventy-five dollars to Mrs. Calla
han, which Is considered the equivalent value In
money of the mule In question. Carroll having sold
the property, and there being no way to recover its
possession, the sum of S7B to be paid by 10 o’clock a.
m. September Bth, 1868.
J. M. Harrison vs. Thomas Me geever—Claim for
rent. Ordered that defendant pay $7.88, being bal
ance due for one month's rent, ending July 26,1865.
V. 8. vs. Robert Phlnizey—Petit Larceny. Ordered
that defendant pay a fine or SXO.
C. 3. vs. Henry Johnson, (colored)—Charge: having
possession of Government property. Ordered that
the pusouer be discharged, there being no evidence.
LIST OF DEATHS,
REPORTED AT THE OFFICE OF HEALTH OFFICER, FOR
TOE MONTH ENPING ACOC3T 31, 1865.
Diseases. Whites. Blacks.
Typhoid Fever 2 2
Intermittent Fever 7
Remittent Fever 2 3
Bilious Fever 4 2
Congestive Fever 1 6
Congestion of Brain 1
Perforation of Bowels 1
Gastro Enteritis 8
Consumption X 4
Diarrhoea 3 10
Acute Gastritis 1
Apoplexy 2 l
Menlngetls 2 l
Diseases of Heart 2
Trismus Nascenttum l
Phthisis Pulmoualis 1 1
Convulsions 6 8
Cholera lulhntum 2
Childbirth 1 2
Old Age and General Debility 3 4
Gunshot Wound l
Injuries sustained on Central Rail
Suicide by taking Laudanum 2
Total M :e
Cases of Small Pox removed from the city during
the month 10
Number of cases burled at Government expense : -
REPORT OF INTERMENTS IN CATHEDRAL CEMETERY
FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST.
Aug. 4—Mary Buckley, 3 weeks, Savannah ; Peter
Scully, 35 years, gastritis, Ireland.
Aug. 6—Ann Symons, ll months, Savannah.
Aug. 7—James R. Mahan, 1 year, cholera lnrantum,
Aug. 9—Sylvester Ford, 18 months, croup, Savan
nah ; Ellen Fortune, 70 years, old age.
Aug. 12— Margaret Hanlon, 75 years; Francis 0.
O'Byrne, 10 months, gastro enteritis. Savannah.
Aug. 14-John Sheridan, 41 years, congestive fever,
Ireland; Elizabeth Ortmn, 9 months, convulsions,
Brooklyn, N. T.
Aug. li—Mary Elizabeth, 6 days, spasms, Savan
Aug. 17—James M. Daly, 3 days, spasms. Savan
Aug. 19-Oeorge Farmer, (colored) 5 years, dropsy,
Aug. 22—Eliza Flood, 66 years, old age, Ireland.
Aug. 25—Mary Jane Furlong, 10 months, diptherla,
Aug. 26—Susanna Larose (colored), 12 years, whoop
lug cough, 9avaunab.
Aug. 24—Ann O’Reilly, 52 yts, remittent fever, Ire
Aug- 30—Patrick Cavanaugh. 10 years, bilious fe
Total, 19. P. MCCROHAN,
Keeper Cathedral Cemetery.
Notice to Stockholders.
BT resolution of the Stockholders of the Steamer
Swan, an assessment of Fifty Dollars per share
la hereby called for, payable on or before the 9th Sep
M. A. COHEN,
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE C. H. R,\
savannah, 27th August (
rpHE ticket office of the Central Railroad havlnz
X been broken open and a number of tickets stolen,
all persona are cautioned against purchasing tickets
flrera any person except the udtrtj^^t^the^Depot.
au29-4 Assistant Snp't.
CONSIGNEES per steamer Oak, from Doctor Town,
will please call at the office of Keln A Cos., pay
their freight, and get orders lor their cotton now dis
charging at Central Pres. Wharf All liability of the
boat and Agents expire as toon as the cotton Is land
*d - JOHN N.KEIN, Receiver.
K p4 114 Bay street. '
20th. 1866. for th« turn of four bunarod and fifty dol
lar!, draws by m« in favor of A. C. LomeUno, as the
oamehaa been paid. JA9 , „. CAHILL.
THE undersigned have this day entered Intp Copart-
X ntrsblp to carry on Stevadorage, Drayage, 3tor
age and Commission business, under the name of H.
J- Dickerson A co. .
Office, second door weet of Messrs. Andrew Low A
Cos. H. J. DICKERSON.
T. X GOODWIN.
. N. B. BROWN.
Savannah, Go.. Auaget «l, 1866. eu2l-lm
BUY YOUR COOL DRINKS
m hub op ro«r omc*. baton head
PULASKI HOUSE, SKITEMBKK 4. 1565.
A McMillan, |Mr Kauffer, New York
J L Savage, Augusta ij J Tinlev. Florida
JII Fowler. Chaplain 33d Jno T Mvrtrk do
_ uS C T Wm BuriaiarOMo
Pat Dempsev. New York iPrank Lanier, West Point,
H ATophani, Hilton H j Ga
Wm S Easton, It Pulaski]H C Harrington and sou,
H J Murdock, Hilton Head | Mass
Luther R Bostick, S c James J Pryor, Macon
W Uwton, SC Tnos O Millet, Savannah
JWManer.SC Edw A Wild, do
E P Martin, str Vanina J W Lawton
C B Smith, do |J S Clark, wife and child,
N Eggleston, do i New York
J E Munger. Augusta |J Lawton Singleton, Ga
A P Bignou. do !C.eo P Gates. Macon
Jno Fellass, do N E Vanslckle, 4K c It R
A Waldron, jr, do i fhos Duncan. do
JH Saunders, do M P Carrot and lady, Ga
W J Farr, do Geo Patten, Ga
Mrs J Torkeowskl, Colum- J D Jones, lath Regt Inf
bus c E Trompblv, u asmng'n
Miss E TorkeowskJ.Colum- M J McMuilan.Oglettiorpe
bus j R Sneed, Savannah
Mrs Hery, Augusta |
All nature Almanac-This Day.
Sun rises s 37:M00n rises
Sun rets 6 20) High water 6 67
TORT OF SAVANNAH.
Monoat, Sept. 4, 1868.
Pioneer Line Steamship Perlt, Delaaoy, New York,
Hunter 4 Gummed.
Passengers—l Ives, Mrs Ives, J J Finlay, Mr Ma
tare, J M Haywood, J Garlee, J T Myrick.C Burg haul
E F Lanier, J Rorneker. Capl C Smith, A Waldron, H
H Linvllle and son, John Bobbitt, Mrs Kalu.tt,Joseph
Lauder, John Muliss, A P Bignor, J E Munger, Mrs
Henry and infant, Mrs C Mathews, Mrs ourtls, Mrs
Powell and child. Mis J Zorkowzkl, Miss Zorkowtkl,
and 15 In second cabin.
consignees—Adams Ex Cos, Ames and Peabody,
Bell A Christian, Brady, Smith A Cos, C L Colby A Cos,
O Cohen. Claghorn A Cunningham, J De Laßoche.
W H Darlington, Erwin A Hardee, C L Gilbert, Hill
Gowdy, str C S Grant, Hess A Guttman, Halsey, Wat
son A Cos, John B Howell, J HerTtach, U iiavrn, J
Hammell, Hilton A Randell, Hunter A Gammed, A B
Ives, Johnson 4 Craybdt, Berlin A Bnrke. B Kohn,
Jno N Kem A Cos, Lovell A Latlimore, H B Waugh A
Cos, J Llppmen, Lilienthai A Kohn, J Lama, D McAl
lister, R J Lorcomb, A J Mliler. H Meinhar: A Bro, J
McMahon, J H Finsbury, Presdee A Orff, C Rodgers,
Richardson A Barnard, A A Solomons A Co.JasSkee
ban, 1 R Sealey A Cos, Stuart A Cos. A M Scarbrough,
W H Stark, A Vroom, Wm Wolf, P Waters, Weed A
C 3 steamer Savaunab, Eldridge, Savanuab.
Steamer Staudtsh, Moore, Hdton Head.
Steamer U S Grant, Briggs, Hdton Head.
Steamer Helen, lleUlv, Augusta, to Keln A Cos.
30 mdes above Savannah passed str Falcon with
loss of rudder, passed at Herschman’s Lake U S str
Augusta tied up to landing. The str Gen Shepley Is
at Augusta waiting a rise In the river. The Helen
brings 1100 lbs. weight of gold and sdver to U S Quar
Passengers— J S Clark, Mrs Clark, Miss Clark, C E
Tomblv, Capt G E Jones, J C Harrington and sou,
Gen Wild, Lawton Surgeon. Jas J Pryor, Thomas G
Miller and 1 steerage.
Consignees— Keln A Cos, Brigham, Baldwin A Cos,
Schuster A Uelnsieus, A A Soloms, clias Colbv A Cos,
0 Epstelu. Capt Reilly, F. J Farnum.
Steamer Emlde, Bender, Hilton Head.
Steamer Volunteer, , Augusta, T J Patterson A
Philadelpaia—Per schr J H Williams. 228 bales
A bark bound up.
LIST OP VESSELS IN THE PORT OP
Savannah, Sept. 4, 1865.
Perlt, Delanoy, from New York—discharging foot of
Aberuorn street, Hunter A Gammed.
Steamship Mlnnetoka, Balch, I,ooo—discharging
from Philadelphia, dock, foot of Abercorn street.
Star Line Steamship Constitution, Greenman, M
tons, from New Y'ork—discharging at Low’s wharf,
loot of Lincoln street, Brigham, Baldwin A Cos.
ACM Steamship Varuna, Whitehurst, 864 tons,
from New York—discharging at Central Cotton Press,
J R Wdder.
Harvest Moon. Staples, 398—loading for New York,
Central Cotton Press,—C L Colby A Cos.
Brig Hattie, Gllbey, from Hilton Head, with Ice—
discharging at Exchange Dock—Cheesman A Mar
Waltham, Cottrell—from Boston—discharging, to
Schr Georgia, Holt, 78 tons, from Baltimore—dis
charging at Central wharf.
Schr Lovett Peacock, Lingo, 349. from Hdton Head
Schr Wm E Stevenson, Tbreadcraft, 48, from Ma
lanias—discharging at dock foot or Barnard Street-
Schr E C Howard, Nickerson, 306—discharging bal
last at Wlldnk’s Wharf, near Gas House—Hdi, Mas
Witch Queen, Percival, US—from Boston—dis
charging. Lower Rice Mill—Richardson A Barnard.
AllceFlora, (Br) Knowlc3—from Nassau—discharg
ing, Lower Rice Mill—Bell, Wylly A Christian.
Auna Suns, (new) Stevenson—awaiting completion
at Quantock’s Mid—C L Colby A Cos.
Addle E Barnes, Lawson, 145—waiting cargo, foot
of Drayton street —Emil Koetcke A Cos.
Ruth H Baker, Smith, 378—loading for New York,
foot of Barnard street—C L Colby A Cos.
Eothen, Murray, 102— from New York—discharg
ing, foot of Barnard street—Master,
Br Sloop Svlvia, Brown, from Bermuda—discharg
ing at wharf foot of Barnard street.
U. S. EPISCOPAL PRAYER BOOK,
THE undersigned are the Sole Agent* In the United
States for the Oxford Editions of the Bible,
which they constantly keep In stock In every variety
of else and binding.
They ore the Publishers slso of various editions of
the U. S. Episcopal Prayer Book, which are all print
ed and bound under their own supervision in Eng
Booksellers and others will find an assortment in
their list greater than can be found anywhere else In
Catalogues mailed free on application.
THOMAS NELSON A SONS,
137 Graad street, New York
29 Paternoster now, London.
sepl.G Hope Park. Edinburgh.
For sale by
N. A. HARDEE & CO.
BRINCKERHOFF A MILLS,
UTTHOLESALE DEALERS IN TEAS. Orders for
W all kinds or Tens, In any sired packages de
sired, filled at the lowest market prices. Parties or
dering will please send remittances. Term* cash
Southern Produce received and Bold on commis
sion. Will slso receive deposits of money for dis
No. 177 Pearl street, near Wall, New York.
A Weekly Commercial and Advertising Sheet
with an Edition of 10,000 copies, for gra
To be luiied on or about the 15 th of July, 1866,
Bx 3. W. BCKiiE A GO., • MACON, QA
This enterprise is undertaken at the suggestion of
many of the leading merchants of the country, as a
method of extensively advertising tbelr baalnesa.—
While we will publish the advertisement* of *ll who
may favor n. with their patronage, the paper will also
cofitain Prices Current of the Markets In all the princi
pal Cltlca, Rate* of Exchange. Brokerage, Ac., and
Commercial News of every de»criptlon that will be of
Interest to the Mercantile Community.
Nor will the “ MIRROR " be exclusively filled with
advertisements; hut the paper will De sufficiently lsrgs
to leave ample room sot Editorials, Correspondence,
Select ReadfogMatter, Ac It will be* family, as
wxll as a ursiMFss papeo. and we Intend that It shall
vteil every City, Town aud Village In the Couutry.
All can perceive the advantage of advertiiing In s
paper of this description. OUR TERMS WILL BE
LIBERAL. We are unable to publish 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 ; state how much space you wish them to occu
py, directions, Ac. We have a large Stock of Fancy
Type, Cuts and material for displaying them, and fleel
confident of meriting the patronage and approval of
all Business Men. A» soon saw* arrive at the amount
of matter and size of paper required, we will nuke An
estimate, end publish the rates f r advertising, In file
first number. Tun wai os os now os roes isle, to
allow cs to pdzxjs* r*x paps*. Deeming it superflu
ous to arras the benefit of this enterprise to the Adver
tising world, we leave the subject with It, feeling aa
-5?“ r&sr 1M
***§o* SftCuU Bay Street I iy!B-tf
IT All MAHAttR ADIMITOI, 11)001
Tnesaay Evening, Sent. 5,1865.
The Performance will commence with the Drama of
THE TEST OF LOVE 5
Theresa.. Second Appearance) Miss A. Willett
Francis Mr. Phil. MUton
A lister lit r Mr. G. C. Brydon
Water . . ,'r Mr. H. Becney
Nannrtte (First Appearance; Mias Sefton
SOK»8, DAIrOBB, tfcC.,
By the Pollan Minstrels.
DIRECTOR BILLY BOYCE.
COMIC SINGING, - • by - - Mr.H. BENNY
To conclude with
S) ami HARXINB AMO SiBNSV WIUiAMI.
ST For full particulars we smaU bills. it;i
#IU SC DXLXTXU9
At the Lecture Room
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Wednesday Evening Sept. 6,1865,
AT S O'CLOCK,
BY J. HUGUENIN THOMAS, ESQ.,
FOR THE BENEFIT
DISABLED SOLDIEB OF THE
LATE C. S. ARMY.
Subject,- “MORAL HEROISM.”
CV Admis-ion, so cents. Tickets for sale at Mr.
Lincoln and Hldsman’s Drugstores. seps
(Congress st., bet ween Jefferson and Montgomery sts.,;
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON.
PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERT NIGHT,
Prof E. Ricans, Leader,
rr Refreshments of the best quality and la every
variety. lmo auld
BATCHELOR 3 HAXH SYS !
The Original and Best In the World! The only true
and perfect Hair Dye. Harmless, Reliable and Inetan
taneous. Produces immediate., a aplendld Black or
natural Brown, without Injuring the hair or akin.
Remedies the U 1 effects of bad dyes. Sold by all Drug
gists. The genuine is algned William A. Batchelor.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEURS,
For Restoring and Beautifying the Bair.
au!4-ty CHARLES BATCHELOR, New Youx.
FORTY (40> able-bodied young men for duty In the
c.ly of kavannah. They will receive a liberal
salary They must come well recommended. All
applicants will apply at office of Capt. Samuel Cow
cLey, Provost Marshal.
By command of
. Brv't Brig. Geu. E. P. DAVIS.
Ws. H. Fout A. A. A. G. S U3O
FIFTY TONS ol Rags and Waste Paper The
HIGHEST cash Prices paid. liio,
rnn Pickings, Wool, Hides, Tallow, Grease, Metals,
Bottles, Ac., at the
„ , FOREST CITY MILLS,
Offices to Let.
TWO ROOMS TO LET, SUITABLE FOR
Apply at the HERALD OFFICE.
Cellar to Let.
TO LET, A LARGE CELLAR, SUITABLE FOB
Apply at the HERALD OFFICE
ROOMS TO LET,
At EUlton Koad, 0. 0.,
THE Palmetto Herald Building having been Newly
Fitted Up, now offers large and ally rooms, suita
ble for Sleeplug Apartments or business purposes.
For terms apply to W. 9. Sampson, Jr., on the prem
ises, corner ol Merchants’ Row and Palmetto Avenue,
from 4 o’clock to 6 o’clock p. m jn22
Drugs, Medicines, and Chemicals*
A choice selection ol
LAUDin nos new rose,
Apothecar.cq Planter*, and trad, re from the interi
or, can be supplied at the shortest notice,
I can warrant every article ee being pore:
A Urge quantity of European LEECHES, finest
All the Patent Medicines extant on hand.
One hundred casea Jacobs’ Dysenteric Cordial.
ALL WILL BE SOLD LOW FO CASH,
wnoisiaii aim asxalL.
Comer Broughton and Barnard streets
N, B.—Fresh Garden Seeds.
W. M. WALSH,
P. H. BEHN,
T?ACTOR AND GENERAL COMMISSION MKR-
X CHANT. Near old stood. Bay street, Savan
nah, Go. sept 6
TYURiNG my abssaos from the United States Mr.
U John L. Villa)onga will act se Attorney lor the
firm of Wm. Be Hereby A Cos., and for myself.
jep*-3 WILLIAM BATTERiSBT
\fT too Lawrence Lippmen u my duly authorised
JXI Attorney during »y absence from the sum.
«»P*-1 JOSEPH LIFTMAN
Will sell THIS DAY, At 10 o’clock, at the store of
Heaara. J. W, Anderson’s A Sons, corner of Bryan
and Drayton streets,
4 Bales Montour Yarns,
Damaged on board steamer Laura on her voyage
from Augnata to Savannah.
Sold for account of Underwriter* and all concerned.
Bell, Wylly & Christian
Sugar. Molasses and Segars.
On WEDN ESDAY naxt, 6tb lnat., will be sold on
hoard the schooner William H. Stevenson, just ar
rived from Mstsszas. Cubs, and now ijdng at the foot
of Barnard street, *
39 boxes Sugsr,
27 tierce. Muscovsdo Molasses.
10 M very superior Havana Segars
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. aep4-3
Will be aold at
At the Goyernment Slaughter House,
NEAR HABERSHAM’S RICE MILL. CAN AL ST-,
WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 6, 1365,
AT U O’CLOCK A. M
-125 BEEF HIDES,-Dried.
For account of the Subalstence Department C. S.
HENRY R SIBLEY.
rep2-td Capt and C. S., U. 8. Vola.
5 0 U ,S Yo “' \ }J- R-Mcbma*.
M. E. WiLLiana, ( ( P. H. Wans.
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE & CO,,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SAVANNAH, G A. .
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON AND LUMBER
References in Savannah—Brigham, Baldwin A Cos,;
Erwin A Hardee, Gaden A Uncklrs, Isaac D La-
Roche, Esq ; Hiram Roberta, Esq.; Wylly Wood
bridge. Esq.: Hunter A Gammell; 1,. C. Norvell A
References In New York—Messrs. Samuel T. Knapp
A Bro.; D. H, Baldwin & Cos. au26-eodlm
BUI Street, Career of Bar Late.
BACK OF THE POST OFFICE.
Just Received at the above Depot a farther supply of
DENIS DONNE, a Novel, by Annie Thomas Price
BELIAL, a Novel. Price 60 cents.
CHRISTIAN’S MISTAKE, by the author of John
Halifax, Gentleman. Price 78 cents.
THE ROGUES AND ROGUERIES OF NEW YORK,
Price 36 cents.
HARPER’S MONTHLY, GODEY’B LADY'S BOOK’
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, Ac., for September.
The usual sasortmcnl of
Northern Dailies and Weeklies
Received by Every Steamer.
BOOKS & STATIONERY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
SAVILLE & LEACH,
eep4-tf cor. Bryan street and Market Square.
KEY OF HEAVEN,
STAR OF BETHLEHEM,
WAT TO HEAVEN,
GATE OF HEAVEN.
rLOWERS OF PARADISE.
For sale by
Saviiie A Leach,
Timber Cutters’ Bank
sepl ts Cor. Bryan street and Market Square.
BOOKS FOR GHILDREN.
Youths’ Pictorial Library,
Maria Edsworth’s Early Lessons,
Tales and Stories Worth Telling,
Little Frankie Stories,
Young People’s Library,
Salt Water Tales
Uncle Sam’s Library,
The Robin Nest Stories,
Boqnets for Children,
Mount Vernon Juveniles,
Six Pleasant Companion*,
Merry Tales and Stories for Young Folks,
The Juvenile Library,
The Jewel Case,
Sea and Land Stories,
The Dog Crusoe’s Stories,
Molly tnd Kitty’s Juveniles.
Saville A Leach,
sept-ts cor. Bryan street and Market Square.
THE POETS IK BLUE AND SOLD.
Saville A Leach,
eep4-tf cor. Bryan street end Market Square.
•avilla A Leach,
**p4-if cot Bryaastreet asdXtrket Square.
Atlantic Const Mull Htcnm
FOR NEW YORK,
z , The First Class Steamship VARU
/'/jjrjpf iJt,. NA, will positively sallonTHLßS
the 7th hist., at 7
For Freight or Passage, having very superior accom
modations, apply to
sepi JOHN R. WILDER
FOR NKW TQRK
The first class U S. MeH Steamships
- - - - Capt CxtrxrrrXß.
UNITEDi STATES, . . . Cspt. 3«a«
AMERICA. ----- Capt Clift
CONSTITUTION, - . . Capt. uanjair.
The above ship* compose the Line, and will sail
from New York end Savannah every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO, Agents,
WAKEHAN, GOOKtN A DICKINSON, Agents,
II Brosdwsy, New York.
FOR NEW YORK.
Merchant’s Line Sailing Vessels.
Tbs splendid dipper Schooner
jJjUk *WB B. BAKER,
anflmMW Ospk WM. SMITH. Is now loading for
the above port, and will haw quick despatch.
Apply to CUAS. L. COLBY ft CO.,
au29-tf cor. Bay end Abercorn streets,
Philadelphia and Savannah
The U. 8. Mali Steamship MINNE-
X/idHS. TONK 4,1,006 tons bnrthen, J. W.
~£2!wlUmTj Bslch Commander, will leave for the
.-.ilartuA fWU above port on
TUESDAY, SEPT. Sth, at O’clock.
Cablh Passage to Pbllsdelphls *4O
Through Tickets to New York, vis Philadelphia.. 40
For freight or passage, having elegant accommoda
tions. apply to
»u3« HUNTER ft GAMMELL.
For New York.
The A1 Schooner
Jgk LOVET E ACOCK,
Having the greater portion of cargo engaged, will
have despatch for the above port. For freight apply
sep2 HUNTER ft; GAMMELL.
Line of Sailing Vessels
FOR NEW YORK.
r |*Hl fine dipper bark HARVEST MOON, Staples,
A Master, will commence receiving cargo for the
abort port on Monday, the *Bth Inst
For freight or passage apply to
CHAB. L. COLBY ft CO.,
•uS* ts Cor. Bay and Abercorn sts.
HELEN GETTY, CAPT. INGRAHAM
(Formerly the St. Johns,;
Will leave the Old Georg’s Steamboat Yard
for Florida, touching st Darien, Brunswick, St.
Mary's, Femandlna, Jacksonville, Plcolata tnd Pa.
For Fretght or Passage apply on board or to
L. S. BENNETT,
Agent Florida Boat
tep2 Coiner West Broad and Bay sts.
Sailing V essels.
Regular Weekly Line of
CLIPPER SCHOONERS FOR
THE undersigned intend to keep np a regular week*
ly line of first class Sailing Vessels plying be
tween Savannah and the above port, with superior
accommodations for passengers and the very beat ft
dimes for delivering freight In good order, at low rates,
with promptness and despatch. Particular attention
given to forwarding goods from New York.
CHARLES L. COLBY ft CO.,
SIIIB cor. Bay and Abercorn streets.
Sailing jg| Vessels
FOE NEW YORK.
The fine Clipper Schooner
E. C. Howard, Capt. Nickerson,
Will have quick despatch for the above Fort.
For Freight or Passage apply to
CHA9. L COLBY A CO.,
sug3l-tf cor. Bay and Abercorn st*.
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
A RE notified that Goode will be received at our
XI Warehouse, on Dillon’s Wharf, at any ttm* du
ring the week. ERWIN A HARDEE,
CONNECTING WITH ATLANTIC AND
GULF R. R. FOR THOMABVILLE.
THE Light Draught Steamer WM. G. GIBBONS,
A Oapt. Philpot, will leave Dillon's Wharf; on
Tneedsy morning, 22d Inst, at 9 o’clock, end will
ply reguUrly between Savannah and Doetortown, In
connection with the Road, leaving as follows r
SAVANNAH EVERY TUESDAY.
DOCTORTOWN EVERY THURSDAY.
Freight receipted tor through to any point on Rail,
rood between Doetortown and ThomatvilJe.
Freights payable here.
ERWIN A HARDEE.
JOHN L. HOUMILLAT,
aug2l-lm Agent on Wharf.
FREIGHT FOR AUGBSTA,
Aid Forwarded Semi-Weekly.
Per STEAMER AMAZON, Cept. R. Joans On.
Per STEAMER LAURA, Capt. Edwaoo Blurs
Having a commodious Warehouse on Dillon's Wharf,
we are prepared to receive freight se above.
Due notice will be gtven of the days of departure
of eecb steamer
ERWIN A HARDEE.
JOHN L. HOUMILLAT.
aalß lm Agent on Wharf.
14000 KKL p iK?“ laß
RICHARDSON A BARNARD,
sepf-tf Bay street, opposite Mariner’s Church.
VET HITE PINE, rough and dressed. Cherry and
m White Wood. tV>r sale by
RICHARDSON A BARNARD,
sept-ts Bay street, opposite Mariner’s Church.
IK HHD6. CHOICE SIDES, lauding and for cole
«»4 CRANK JOHNSON * GRAYBILL
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, >
Savannah, Ga., September 4,1885./
ON and after Tteaday, sth inat., a daily train CSnn
excepted; will leave for Augusta at 4 a
m.. connecting with a line of Hacks het»LS,'
Station 4* Central Railroad, and
Augusta and Savannah Railroad "‘ ,yneeooro on
Passengers by this hne will arrive in » n ™».
b£Sr l £ 0 f nUI J? * lle ‘' le * Tln « Savannah in w
Sffo? A*^,r npct with the
Freight to go by Pasrenger Train moßt be nr...;,
and delivered at the Depot the night before P d
By order of
GEO. W. ADAMS
n g e ° er ‘ u ,.. Snp » f in t end«;,t
SPP^.I [^? : ? D J :NT, S OFFICE, )
SaAannah, Qa., Auerußt 34. IBfts r
All way freight to be propi3d init -
By order of
GEO. W. ADAMS,
- 5 Are leant Superintendent.
Atlantic & Gulfßailroad
STEAMER WM. C. GIBBONS
a. the W ” k
A.ting President Atlantic ft Gulf Kailroad
anc2l-lm OASPERJ. FULTON,
TH °oromo WlN ’ WM H OW *N’ TIIOS. WILSON.
. 01110 - I*l*ool. oj«.d. or row*.
CORWIN, OWEN & WILSON,
(Late Johnston, Corwin ft Finnell,;
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors of Claims,
OFFICE, 222 F STREET, nfak TREASURY RTTTT n
INO. IN REAR OF’
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Will practice in the Supreme Court of the United
RY the first of October, or as soon as the matt. ...
the • ‘CHHlotlan'indeY’' r !nd W Potion of
Mr C ’ HILD ' S ®
e dVi p n , d r .r um * %
(A deduction made for Chibs ; ’'.
Money may be remitted at once, as toy determination
»e^ , n^ CTlber ’ bfiv. l
It Is my intention lo Issue flret class paDers. and no
pains or expense will be spared to secure thS US
*br beat writers and correspondents will be secured
tnd the highest religion. aSd Ut«*re
given to the papers. The Child’s Paper will b 2 ni?
fueely illnstiated and will, in every senae hrmVdS'.
conform to Its new title, ’ “® ““** to
THE CHILD’S DELIGHT.
Ex“^ y S a 4 b teTlf b . y h. E S^ r r^ i r^ , II S
on the resumption or mal Scuttles. P Dl me ’
My connection with theflrm of J. tv BurkeftCo
dissolved, but 1 will establish an office In Macon Ga
W^l^“ nnlC * tiOM ““F * “to™**.
anl6 ~ 2w SAMUEL BOYKIN.
THE DAILY EXPRESS,
Has entered npon Its Fifteenth year, in an enlarged
form, with new type, under auspices highly flattering.
It has a large and dally increasing circulation, and of
er« to merchant* and others desiring to communicate
with the Southern public, advantages snrpaaaed bv
Two week* . B
SSZISSSL ...v..:::::: w SS
WX Month*.. 24 0 0
One Year « oo
Two week* am on
Two months. JJ 2,
Three month* is an
One year !.. "i” IS SS
Psrson* desiring s greater quantity of space than is
above designated, wiU be accommodated on liberal
VZZ*™?"- do ...$9 00
vnt x«tr do 6 oo
A. F. CRUTCHFIELD A CO.,
BET roan COOL TAYLOR’S ALE
IN REAR OF POST OFFICE, HILTON HEAD.
ACADEMY OF ST. YINCEHT OFPAUL,
CONDUCTED BY THE
SISTERS OF MERCY
T B SsS!arfiS I ”«r i s SB.syr,s
«dd^oK‘™tt ucotpmenceon Febra » r yisth
Tl bSdisA wShEL to^ dta * MPt rd ’ Taltioll ln
din*" 0 ’ ” asulng. and use of Bed and Bed-
Tultlon In' French <*}
Tuition In Oriental Pointing, uer cimVse' "V " ?S
S T^lTthL Q ,! ;ORGIA - eHATHAM COUNTY.-To
kj an wnom It may concern :
° Kerrill wUI »Pply at the Court of
rfims * f Administration on the estate
c f Jame* Bilbo, deceued—
i. „ *** ***• therefore, to cite and admonish all whom
it may concern, to be aud appear before sold Court to
make objection (if any they neve) on or belore the first
Monday In October next, otherwise said letters will
Witness my official signature, this 28th day of Au
gust, 1865. D. A. O'BYRNE,
OTATE OF GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY.—To
Cl all whom It may concern :
Whereas. Eudora s Abrahams will apply st the
Court of Ordinary for Letters of Administration oo
the estate of Jacob M. Abrahams,
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
whom It may concern, to be and appear before laid
Court to moke objection, (It any they hart) on or be
fore the first Monday ln October next, otherwise oeid
letters will be granted.
Witness my official signature this second davof
D. A O'BYRNE,
■*l*4 ’ Ordlrary,