The Savannah Daily Herald.
TI'ESDAY, SKPTF.MHII! ISM.
Death and SufTerinir at Sea.
SINKING OF THE SAM DUNNING.
Twentj-tivo Lives Lost.
Six Men ou a Halt for Nearly a
The Liverpool Mercury of the 17th tilt,
lrontaius fin account of the sinking, in March
tmt, ot me ship Sam Dunning, from Rangoon
tor Liverpool. Out of a crew of thirty-one
men, only six survived. These survivors
kept afloat ou a ratt tor several days, endur
ing terrible sufferings. They had to eat
leather bells and pitcu out of the scams, ami
to drink salt water.
s Another ratt was lost, with eighteen per
The survivors were rescued on the 24th of
April by the ship Chariot of Fame. It would
appear* that they had been on the wreck
lrom the 19th of March till the day they
were picked up. They were in a most
wretched condition, and nigh dead from
hunger, thirst aud exposure to the elements,
being drenched to the skin by the waves,
which every moment dashed over their flail
support. Their hands and leet were inflamed
and swollen to an enormous size with the
action of the sun and salt water. They were
got on board as soon as possible, and one of
them, as soon as lifted over the rail, ejacu
lated, “Thank God, you have saved out
lives," and immediately fainted away.—
Everything that could be thought ot to re
lieve them was done with all speed, and in a
lew hours they had so far recovered as to he
able to relate their sad story.
STATEMENT OF AN AMERICAN SAILOR.
James Baines, of Boston, Mass., made the
“Left Rangoon on March 18, towed down
the river by two steamtugs; came to inside
the lightship at 9:30 r. m. Hove up on the
19tli steamer towed us outside the light
ship. Proceeded to sea with a lair wind aud
a small list to port, until reaching the line,
when we got squally weather, variable winds,
and as far as 4 south latitude, wiud lrom
west northwest, then northing, and from
luat to west, breaking off to north. Con
tinued so until April 15, wheu a heavy cross
swell arose from the southeast to northwest,
wind gradually increasing from that quarter
until the evening of the 18th, when it in
creased to a hard gale. About 10 v. m. it
came upon us iu a grc t hurricane, the ship
laboring and pitching very heavily. People
continually at the main and bilge pumps,
but could not get them to bring water.
Mainyard adrift on the deck, starting the
t mbers and bitts. Wind still increasing.
Hauled the foresail up at 8:30 to wear ship,
but could not wear her. Hauled up on the
starboard tack again. Meanwhile ship
gradually sinking down, going over on her
side more and more.
••Two a. m., Tuesday, March 19, —'The
mate called all bauds ntt on the poop, ask
ing the captain what was to be done, for lie
did not think theship would last the night
out. The captain making no answer, some
of the crew advised to cut the masts awuy
to right the ship. The mate would not
take the responsibility on himself, stating
that the ship might last till to-morrow, and
then he would be blamed for it. Every time
the ship rolled she seemed to lie heavier on
the water and not to rise as freely as she
did. Three of the crew took a light aud
went down into the ‘upper ’tween decks,'
and returned to state that unless the masts
were cut away the ship would go down in
less than half* an hour, the water sluicing
in all directions .from the sternpost, all
the provisions and sails being afloat. All
the cargo had shifted bodily to leeward
(the port side). On this reitort being made,
the mate asked the captain it he should cut
the masts away. He said, ‘No; she will
nold on till daylightbut the mate contra
dicting, the assent was given to cut away,
which was countermanded. After waiting
about a quarter of an hour we could feel the
ship settling down gradually. Orders were
given to cut away the mast , aud as the
xuizenmast went, so did the ship I was ou
the weather side corner of the poop-house,
close to the captain, who got over the side
and caught hold of the main brace, a heavy
sea breaking over us and deluging the decks
fore and aft. She was then in the trough of
the sea and sinking, w hile I held on to the
brace for a considerable time. I then let go,
and coming to the surface swam about tor
two minutes, got bold of a small piece of
wreck about six feet long, got on it, and
was buoyed up for about five minutes. I
kept in this position, following to see if
there was any one alive until I got an answer
from the poop deck Wreck, on w hich were
six or seven men. I left my piece of the
wreck plank aud went off to them, the gale
still violent. It abated about tw r o p. in.,
while we were left swinging in the sea. sur
rounded by pieces of .the wreck, chests,
chairs, hatches, bulwarks, &e.”
From SNoiitli Aniprica.
THE WAR Df BRAZIL.
The Riuperor Gone to the Field.
We have news from South America by the
foreign steamers which arrived to-uay up to
the Ist of August (Pernumbuco), and itith
of July (Buenos Ayres.) The bark Templar,
which arrived here yesterday from Buenos
Ayres, brings papers to the 16th of July.
An epidemic had broken out in the Bra
zilian army and a disaffection in that of the
Argentine republic. The Paraguayans are
much encouraged. They have invaded up
The Emperor Don Pedro II of Brazil has
left the capital for the 'eat of war, in the
steamer Oyadock, accompanied bv the Min
ister of War, Marshal Caxias, General Ca
bral and the Duke of Saze. The opening of
the Chambers was postponed. The Emperor
was escorted by one English,one French and
one Italian man-of-war
The Emperor arrived at Buenos Ayres on
the 16th of July, and was to leave immedi
ately for the army. Urquiza has furloughed
his contingent, which will re assemble under
arms witbm a month.
The French mail steamer reached Lisbon
on the 14th of August, with the following
Rro, July lit*.—Exchange on London 23 1 ti
a23 7-8. Coffee shipments since last mail
49,000 bags : stock 80.000 bars good firsts
Bahia, July29.—Exchange24 1-2. Sugars,
brown, 2,400a2,800 reis. Cotton. i4,700ai5,-
Pernambuco, August I.—Exchange 24 1-4
a24 3-4. Sugars, white, 4:000a4:100: brown
2:000. Cotton 16:G00al8:200.
Increase op Trade Between America and
Europe.— Owing to the termination of the
rebellion in the United States, the trade with
Europe is on the increase. The Bremen,
which left Southampton lor New York on
the 2d instant, was obliged to shut out a
great quantity of goods owing to the large
cargo which she took in at Bremen. On the
Btb inst. the Borussia did not call at South
ampton on her way to New York, having
filled cargo at Hamburg.
The Weather.— The Port Royal New
South of Saturday last says: A regular old
laahioned northeaster has prevailed all along
this coast lor an entire week, greatly inter
*ermg with our communication by water with
the other poets of this command, and with
a , n<l Florida. Our usual mails from
h 5.»,,, v ‘ a Charleston aud Savannah,
W» e Ol come to b a hd In their usual season.
thomrh^i, OUr oceaQ steamers are all safe,
Blu *t have had a very rough
Horrible Murder at Cincinnati.
AN UNKNOWN MAN CUT AND HACHO TO MATH
THE MUROfNTR STIU AT TARSI.
IFrom the Cincinnati Commercial. Aug. 25.1
The horrible inunler, the perpetration of
which was discovered yesterday omroing, is
oue of the latest and* most startling sensa
tioas in our criminal affairs. At about live
o’clock yesterday xnoruing, three workmen
employed iu Fisbeck & Sticdelmcyer’s brick
yard, in the western portion of the Eighteenth
ward, were proceeding to their place ot work,
when they saw a mao lying partially con
cealed in the weeds on what is termed Bites’
Dike, at the foot ot Bank street, about half a
square from Western avenue. Thinking thu
j man was drunk and asleep, they approached
him, and turning him from his side, on which
- he was lying, discovered he had been mur
j dered, ted that the knife which lmd been
used in the awful crime was still sticking in
j his bodv. In the left breast, iu the region cl
j the heart, were three terrible wounds, about
1 six inches deep each, either one of which
could hardly have failed to produce death.— ,
In the wound on the extreme left the table
carving-knife was still sticking fast, between
two ribs, audit tequired conddeiablc work i
to remove it, on the part of Coroner Carey, j
who was immediately called. The head «>l j
the murdered mau was mashed almost to a i
| jelly, the skull being broken and. bearing j
marks of five blows of a hatchet, which, cov
ered w ith hair aud dotted blood, was found j
on the ground a few feet off
Deceased appears to have been a rpan ot |
about thirty years of age, with smoothly
shaven face, prominent nose and cheek i
bones, and dark hair. He had on white J
socks, bluish Jean pantaloons, a sort of blouse
coat, and white frilled shirt—altogether quite
neatly clad. In structure and build he war* I
quite slight. His hoots were gone, and the I
pockets of his clothes were turned inside out. j
show ing that he had been robbed, and then*
was found upon the person nothing wliat- j
ever from which to glean any idea of his j
name, business, or place ol residence.
The discovery of this horror produced, ol j
course, a wild excitement iu the northwest- j
era part of the city, owing to the complete j
mystery in which the affair was enveloped
and the terrible character of the murder.— j
The body was removed to an undertaker’s i
office, on Main street, near Orchard, in the !
vicinity of w;hicb, at 2 o’clock p. m., Coro
ner Carey commenced the inquest, which
was continued to 2 p. m. of this day.
NEWS FROM THE SOUTHWEST.
Indian Outrages on the Frontier of
New Orleans, August 29, 1805.
The steamship Mariposa has arrived from
Nearly a million dollars in specie has ar
rived here within the last two days.
Texas advices report the frontier in a worse
condition than ever before. The Austin
and San Antonio papers are filled with ac
counts of outrages by Indians aud highway
robberies. Steps have, however, been taken
by the military to afford protection to the
The telegraph is being extended from
Houston to San Antonio, Shreveport aud
The condition of the blacks is, with a
few exceptions, represented to be satistae
The worm continues its ravages on the
cotton in the lower count ies of Texas.
' At a public meeting of the citizens of six
counties resolutions were passed accepting
the situation, aud pledging support to the
national government and Governor Hamil
ton, acknowledging the abolishment of
slavery, and asking Governor Hamilton to
call a convention.
YV. J Jones, Judge of the United States
Court of Alabama at the time of the seces
sion of that State, and continued in th« same
position by ihe succeeding regime, has been
arrested at Montgomery and bonded in S9O,
000 to aw-ait trial.
FAILURE OF THE COTTON CROP IN TENNESSEE—
MEMPHIS AND CORINTH RAILROAD COMPLETED
Memphis, Tenn., Aug. 29.
The Rail Road is competed from Memphis
The cotton crop will be almost an entire
failure throughout West Tennessee The
rust is destroying it as fast as it matures.—
The yield in the Western part of the State,
where cotton grows the best, will not be over
two hundred pounds to the acre.
Canadian Improvement l .— Now that Par
liament has assembled the Canadian people
are favored with more complete information
in regard to the magnificent schemes lately
set on foot, and iu reference to which the
imperial government was consulted a few
weeks ago by a delegation of cabinet minis
ters. Foremost amoug these projects is the
Intercolonial Railway, for which, a telegram
says, the surveys have been submitted. The
route recommended is via Riviere du Loup,
Bay of Chaleur, Fredericton and Pictou to
Halifax, The cost will -be about $20,636,-
500, or nearly double the amount antici
pated, which is rather unfavorable. The
Toronto Leader (opposition) says if we
pause to sum up a few items of expenditure
contemplated by the coalition, the aggregate
will be sufficient to startle old-time advocates
of economy The Hudson’s Bay Company
demand $5,000,000 for their rights in the
territory which bears their name, and it will
take an equal amount to open up the coun
try. The contemplated fortifications, which
are delayed for the present, will cost $lO,-
000,000, aud the enlargement of the canals
$12,000,000. The items are as follows :
Intercolonial Railroad, $8 i ,000,060
Hudson s Bay purchase, 5,000,000
Opening Northwestern settle
Enlargement of the canal, 12.000,000
This looks formidable fora province which
can't meet its current expenses — Journal of
Americans in Mexico —A Western paper
says : A letter received at Washington, by a
prominent gentleman of the army, from an
American officer attached to the personal
staff of President Juarez, dated Chihuahua,
July 20, says : “No fears need be entertained
of ihc eventual success of the liberal cause in
this country. Already we have enlisted and
mustered tu au army of between six and
seven thousand Americans, every man of
whom has seen service in the Union or rebel
armies during the late rebellion To be snre,
there is more or less difference of opinion
among them as to the character of the cause.
m which they have recently been engaged,
but tlie fact is patent that they are united on
the enfotcement of the Monroe doctrine on
the American continent, and on that platform
they cordially fraternize. The French are
rapidly exhausting themselves by forced
marches and futile expeditions into the inte
-1 nor. while our armies a3 a general thing are
j recruiting, preparatory to a vigorous fall
campaign. We hope to be able, and will do
it, il large reinforcements are not received by
the imperialists from France, to drive the
r reach to their ships before the Ist of Jan
Encounter with Bushwhackers. —lt re
cently became known to one of the military
commanders iu the western part of Virginia
that there was at a point in that State, near
the Tennessee border, a large number ot
cattle formerly the property of the rebel
government, and a small detachment was
sent to take possession of them. On the ar
iival of this force it was attacked aud driven
on by the bushwhackers of the vicinity, and
was unable to accomplish its object. A
latger number of troops has since been sent
to the scene of the disturbance, and a sum
mary disposal of the bushwhackers will no
doubt be made.
| I OuntfjiJfil Jy/or the Sittmit >uih fhrihi ffrrakL !
4V.b«*lruJ .»fSi John th»- northeast corner
of pen n.d Dmitoii streets.—-Mat* 0 l-x a. m.. 8 1-2
a. m. M .. 101-2 a. m. Vftjwr« 4p m Snndnv
School *2 1-2 p. in . Stations oi the Crotf: concluding
with the Benediction «>f the Mot* Bleeped Sacrament,
Friday evening. T o'clock. Clergy—Right Her. „lu-
HUttu's Verot, D. l>., Bii-bonof Sa\ uoiurii ; J. p. o’NciL,
Vicar General. Rw. Peter Dnftin. Tier. Henry P
! st. Patrick V i hurch-pout heat t corner of We-t
Broad and Liberty streets - Rev. Charles Prendergaet.
I Rev. pet.-r Whelan,—-Mans s 1-2 a. in , High Mas* at
| 10 1-2 a tu.
I'BnUHAM FPIB OPAL CBCBCBES.
Christ Church— east eideof Johnson Square, corner
; Bull act Congrttu streets Rev Charles Coley, At
: Mat ant Rector Service tit 10a. ta.. Evening Prayer,
i 5 1-2 p. in.: sundry School 4 p. m.
Si. John's Church—west »ide of Madbon Square,
i comer Ball and Chariton street*— Rev. i F. Me Km*,
Rector Service nt iu 1-2 a. m., 4p. m ; Sunday
j .School a. in.; Wm. S Bogart, Superintendent.
| Prayers Wednesdays and Fridays.:» jv m.
MET HATHA T OKI KCiiTii.
Trinity Church—west -ale St. .Tame* Square, corner
Barnard and York afreets—Rev. A. M. W inn, Pastor
.Sendee tuq a. m and Sp. m . Sunday Prayer meet
i ing, Tuesday Aftrm««ou at :• p. m Sunday behoof, at
. 5 p. in. Sunday Afternoon, Mi. C. 1> Rogers, JSnp't
LUTHERAN oni iciin
Savannah Lutheran Church— East side of Wright .
I Square, corner Bud and State street*—Rev. I) M
! Gilbeii Pastor, services at 10 1-2 a. u,; . r < li. m. Sui*-
, day School 9a. m. John T. Thoma*?, Supu intend cut.
I Service Thursday a, 5 1-2 p. m
ERf obi 1 Kill AN CHURCHES
Independent Presbyterian Church—Southweut cot- j
ner Bull and South Broad street**—Rev I S. J£ Axwtn.
Pat-tor Services ID 1-2 a m.. Gp. in. Sunday School
:Da. m , John W Anderson, Huperintendent Service j
| Tiiursdjy afternoon.
BAPTIST CHUBA UES.
Savannah baptlat Church—West side of Chippewa '
j Square, corner Bull and Hull streets— Rev. Sylvanua ;
j Landrum. Pasror, Sendee 10 1-2 u. in aud £> p. m
Sunday School 4 I*2 p. m.; George YV. Davis, Super
luteudeni. ttervied 1 hursduya at •* p. m
AiEIStBW « o.$(,LKfiA 1
MM kva Israel— Northeast c rner of Whitaker and
Liberty Arret*—Rev, A. Epstein, Header. Service
j Friday, 3 o'clock p. m . Saturday, 9 1-2 o'clock a m.
j Bnai Berith Jacob—Armory Hall building, West
• aide Wright Square, comer Bull and State wrwti—
j Services Friday, fi-o'clock p. in.. Saturday, if o'clock
I *i ni
roLosF.n cut cues.
| First African Baptist Church—Wert side Franklin
I Square, corner Montgomery aud Bryan fctreet*—Rev
| Win. Campbell, Pastor. Service 10 i-* a m„ ;; 1-2 and
I V p. m. Sunday School 2p. m.; James Sim*, Super
| I men dent: Charles L. De LaMotta, Awißtam. Chnrch
| service Thursdays, 7 p. in,; prayers, Mondays, \
I p. m
; Second African Baptist Church -West side Green
\ Square, corner State aud Houston street* -Rev. John
< ox, Pastor Service lo 1-2 a in., J 1-2 aud *p. in.
Sunday School 21-2 p m.: Herman Eves, Superin
tandent; Urn. Gorgan, Asnlsiaut. Prayer* Tuesdays
aud Thursdaya, *p. in.
Third African Baptist Church—Bryan, near Fahm
street—Rev. K. Ilouaiuii, Pastor. Service 10 ». iu , ;;
ami; p. in. Prayers Mondays and Thursday's, 7p. in
Fourth African Baptist Church—Liberty, near Mont
turnery street* -Rev I>aac brow n. Pastor; Rev. Henry
Taylor, Assistant Pastor. Service 10 1-2 a. in., 3 1 ‘2
and 7 p. in. Prayers Tuesday* and Thursdays, 7 |
St. Stephen’s Rplscopal Church—West side Calhoun
Square—ltev. James Former, Lay Reader. Service in
a. iu., 7 p. m.
Inion Methodist Episcopal—New street, near Falim
street. North Central Railroad Depot—Rev William
Bentley, Pastor. Service In a. in., 3i -2 and 7p. in.
Sunday School I*2 1-2 p. m.; Henry Bates, Miperin
German Lutheran Church—Corner Dravtou and
Gordon st reet*.
Wesley Chapel—Northeast corner of Lincoln and
South Broad streets.
Penfleld’s Mariners* Church-Bay street, South side,
between Abercorn and Lincoln streets.
First Presbyterian Church—East side of Monterey
Square, corner Bull and Taylor streets.
Solomon's Lodgk, No. 1, inlets first. Thuimlav in
each month, h. T. Turner, W. M.; John Nicholson,
S. W : John Foiey, I . \V.; J. Holbrook Estill, S. D.;
11. L. Schreiner, ,1. I>. ; James M. Jones, Secretary ;
James Lachlieon, Jr , Treasurer
ZFRKUttABi.E L«h 4.E, No. 10, meet* second Thursday
in each month. Wm. Greene, W M.; David Thomp
son, S W.; Thoma« Ballantine, J. W. ; M. Reich, S
D.; Stehi.J I).; John lloustoi , Secretary; Alfred
t Linton Lotsjk, No. ">4, meet* fii'-t anil third Mon
days in each month. S. K. Byck. W M.; John Ruthor
lord, S. W.; Wun Gibbons, j. W ; P. lleiizicuu, S. D.;
M Davldnon, Treaamer.
Ancient La ndm auk Lodge, No. 23. — No regular
meeiiug* during the summer months. Edward c.
Hough, W. M . Will. F Holland, ». W.; J. li. i*e
niuud, J. W.; C. L. Hackett. 9 1).; , J. l>
Ge hgia Chau Ike, No. 3.—Closed for the summer.
R T. Turner, 11. P Wm. Greene, K., NV F Holland,
9; David 11. Galloway, M. C., J. Holbrook Estill. P
S John Foley. M 3d V.; M. Reich, M. 2d V.; II L
Schreiner, M. Ist V , ’J horaas Ballantine, (J. ii
Georgia Covnou., No. I.—Closed until winter.
Oglethorpe Loduk, No. 1 meets every Tuesday eve
ning, at theii hall, Bay street, over Nichoi’a Printing
Office. Robt, 11. Footman, N. G. : Charlea F, Preston,
V. G. ; Charles Gross, Secretary . W, J. Clemence,
Live Oar Lodge, No. V. meets every Friday evening
at tho southwest corner of Hull and Broughton stretd-s,
4th story. Robt. M. B.irthelraoss, N. G.; John Hous
ton, V. (4 . David H U.dlo\va3% Secretary; David
DeEalu Lodge No. 9, meets every Monday eve
ning, southwest cornet oi Bull and Broughton streets,
4th story Henry J. Quantock, N. G.; John Neil, \ .
G ; C. »’ Millar, secretary, C. P Landersaine, Trea
Magnolia Encampment, No. ‘l, meets 2d and 4tli
Wednesday in each month in DeK&lb Lodge Room.—
bavin bailey, C. p. itobi. (h*ovee, lip.; J Hoi
bryou 9. \V.; Chas. Grooves, Secretary James
L. Haupt, Tieasurer.
Sea Island Hotel
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
Tuesday, June 20th, 1865.
THIS ue* Hotel, situated on the most desirable
spot on the eastern haul; of Iliitou Head lalaud, at
lords a line vioxv of the Tier, Bay, Ocean, ana sur
rounding lfOands. The scenery is quite as pleasing
and interesting, h»-every respect, as the famous Wa
tering place of Newport, R. 1., aud is altogether as
healihlnl a place to spend the summer mouths. It
has a tine hard smooth beach, seventeen miles long,
affording a more charming drive than the celebrated
Beach at Nahant, Mass -and as fine sea bathing as
at that place or Cape May.
The Houle has over seventy large, airy rooms, and
verandahs on three sides ot all the stories; the furni
ture is entirely new, and the tables will be furnished
with the best that ran be procured here and in the
Northern markers. Kvery elTo.r will be made to ren
der the Hotel ull that the most fastidious can desire.
Billiard Rooms and Sea Bathing houses will soon be
in readiness fog guests. ju23 n
-Port Royal House,
HILTON HEAD, S C.
R IDOKLL £ RtGCi, Fbopbutokb.
e. s. anmcLi. n. f buou.
_ Ju3-tf , »'-
Buy Your Claret
AND SHERRY WINES
IN REAR OF POST OFFICE. HILTON HEAII.
T&E Counai. at its Regular Meeting on the
/T ofSepiember -ext, wiii elect a Clerk aud
v-henff of the City Court of Savannah for the present
an expired term- The compensation consists of fees,
rersons intending to be candidates above offices
are requested to hand iu their applications to the un
dersigned, wit a the names of the two securities re
_ „ R T GIBSON,
*np?ft-3.teodß clerk of Council.
CART. CALVIN 11. PIKE, Tax Collector, has his
office in the Exchange building, foot of Bull
street. Hours from Oa m. until 3p. m. an'-*9
University of Virginia.
THE next Session of this Institution (which wa*
never discontinued during the war) will com
mence, as usual, October 1. leC5. and end July 4.
The Institution is organized into eleven distinct
Schools, with as many Pi olessocs. Six of the Schools
are Academic (besides that of Chemistry, *hlch is
also Medicinal, four belong to the Medical and one
to the Law Department.
The College expenses, for the session of nine
months, will be from SB2O to $350, exclusive of text
books; of which sum about $216 will be required on
admission, and the balance between that time and
the Ist of April.
Kor further information address the subscriber.
B3T* Post Offlc?, *• University of Virginia. ”
, . s.*kACFm,
»cgC3-eod2w Chairman of Faculty.
FOMMISSIOV MF.KIHA\T». .Vt.
f JAMES B. CAHILL,
AND DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, W iues
! 171 I! HOAI) BTHKET,
HOLD ORS 0 RS ofMerchandir.e wirhing to realize imme
diately will consult th'nr inten’st* bv comdgning
j the same.
1 JStTief attention will be given to all busings en
trusted to them, and prompt return.- made at the
| most .ejFouabie rates.
I JAMES SEYMOUR,
LATE OP THF. FIRM OF ROSS A SEYMOUR
HAS RESUMED BUSINESS
j AND OFFERS HIS SERYIi (A TO
THE PI BLIt AS A
( 0)1 MISSION MER iUAKT.
\\ 111 gn*e special attention to thp purchase of Ootton,
Woo’, or any other Produce, and respectfully solicit*
orders and consignment.-.
Refers to Messrs. Crane, Johnson Ar Graybiil, Savan
MACON, GA., August *26, ISJ-j. sepl-lw
Ltn M. (Tnmottjii., J. R. W. Johnston.
CHURCHILL & JOHNSTON.
UENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AGENTS OF STEAMER LNION,
y;!3 BROAD HTRK K T ANARUS,
Oppjmt, Masonic Hai.i.,
wm give prompt and personal attention lo all
tONSIUNMI..NTS THEY WAN BE EA
References in Savaunah—Meesra. Dt'Witt A Mor
gan, Bell, Wyily A Christian; J. T. Patereou A Cos. ;
N Lyon, K.-q aug24-im
JACKSON a WAH ROCK,
AUCTION ANI) GENERAL COMMISSION
Personal attention given to forwarding Merchandise
and Fottou. aul9-lm
TO SHIPPERS OF COTTON AND OTHER
FENNER, BENNETT & BOWMAN,
Successors to Hotchkiss, Fenner A Bennett.
COMMISSION MKKOH ANI S ,
No. 40 Vksfy Street. „»w York.
And Memphis, Ter:::
Timm an Fenner. Henry Bekkltt, D W Bowman
jy« t, IM
( HAS. L. COLBY A CO.,
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M E H C HANTS.
JONEH lII.OOK, OOINKR lIAV ANI* AfiFKCORN STREET
9AV AN N AM, 44 A
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES
Made on ConsqMimcnts to the firm of Chas. L Coi.hy,
of New York, or to our friends in lioston.
MAC UK A M RIGHT, Age fits at Augusta, 4i».
M. Dabney, Morgan & CV„ New York
Jarivs Slade. Esq., New York.
Hon. J Wiley E(inlands, B«*sU)ii.
(lardutu- ( olliy, E-q., Boston. aulß—tt
Woodward, Baldwin & Cos.,
410 Duane Street, New York,
O aiwt 11 Hanover St., Baltimore.
DRY GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Liberal advances made on Consignment*, Sheetings,
Osnaburgsand Varus jyig
L. J. G nil martin & Cos,,
GENERAL ( OJOttSSION AND SHIPPING
ITH Bay Street.
(Opposite tile City Hold,,
S A V A N N A H , U A
PARTICUL Alt e.tention given to procuring Freights,
and lining orders for Hard thn- Timber and Lum
ber, Cotton, Moo), Hide*, Ac.
1.. J. GISII.MARTON, JOHN FI.ANNRKV. £ \v TIRU.MMONO.
auli j m
GEO. n. GRUMP' & CO.,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
109 Bsoai. STntcT. Arac.iA, R.
Tobias, Htiidricks & Cos.,
NO. 88 BEAVER AND 135 PEARL STS.,
Refer to Octavus <’ hen ' au23 lm
EDWARD t, LEGRIEL & CO.,
At noon, Goorgia.
ORDERS AND CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
JGDWAI’.D 11. I.EGRIPT., \
OXO O. FBFKMAN. j *Ug22 10l
M. J. SOLOMONS,
YI7ILL attend to the Selling or Receiving aud For
▼ ▼ warding all kinds of Merchandise. Produce, Jrc
Office for the at the Drug Store of J. M.
Abrahams & 00. au2l-lm
joii.\ n. snniis & m..
Korwardins and Commission
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, &e.,
NOS 1 AND 2 SAMMIS’ BLOCK,
Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
JNO. 8 SA-M.NUS. EU O. CiIAS L, .ViTUSR
In all Lind, of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS an» PRODUCE,
\V EBT Washington Market,
Opposite 143 West at.. Bulkhead between Barclay and
Veaey at* ,
P.itatoes, Apples and Onions constantly on hand, and
put up for the Southern market
AH consignment* promptly attenked to.
Rekrs to A. 1. Bradley, A. Haywood, T ,1
Walsh, and J H Parsons
Jyl >2 eodly
HENRY BRYAN 7
Bryan bnuen, nixt to Mvbohams' aud Planter*’
Bank Dual dim*,
Broker and Commission Agent
roa bale and purchase or
STOCKS, BANK. NOTES, PRODUCE, &c.,
And for Forwarding Cotton.
HILTON & RANDELL,
103 Hay at., Near Barnard,
Are constantly receiving per Steamer** from New York
the Largest and mopt
Complete Assortment of Groceries
IN THE CITY.
N. H.-Orders bv Mill, accompanied with Remii
tance. rxo.apTLr r.uje i at Lowest Market Prices.
\ ALES yi ihES ffILIQUORS & “ GARS
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Gh. F’arre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
In Fine Groceriea, Boot* and Shoe*. Clothing.
Foreign and Domestic Wine*, Liquor* and Segara.
Also, Skehan'a Celebrated
GOLDEN ALE AND CHAMPAGNE OIDEK,
in bottle and in wood.
London and Dublin Brown Stout. Scotch and Eng
lish Ales, Ac.
Liberal deductions made to the trade.
17C BROt'GHTON aSTREET. SAVANNAH,
and 62 Liberty street. New York.
GADEN & UNCKLES,
GENERAL PRODUCE ano COMS'N MERCHANTS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCERIES. PRO
VISIONS, A0. %
Corn** ok Bay and Barnakd Streets,
Highest market rates paid for Cotton, Wool, Hides,
Ac., and liberal cash advances made on shipments to
our New York House. aulS
KIRLIN & KIENZLE,
Wiiolesale and Betall
ALES, WINES AJVD LAGER BIER.
O U H HOUSE,
16. r » BAY STREET.
ENGLISH It AILS,
Os l*est quality, 60x6.9 per lineal yard.
For bale by
FOWLS A CO,
jin 9 6m No. 70 Broadway, N. Y.
KIRLIN, BRO. & BURKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
CORNER \i HITAKER STREET AND
ORItERS PROHPTLT FILLED & DELITERED.
T> ESPEOTFUIXY inform their old Southern friends
XV and others that they continue to furnish, as
heretofore, a superior ardcle of Tea, in their neat,
convenient and secure style of metallic packages.con
tainiug quarter, half, and one ponnd each. Also, in
caddies and original half chests.
Orders by mail promptly executed. Terms cash,
BUTTER & CHEESE
rpHF anbscriber has resumed his old business in
Williamson’s Building, end, north side
Bav street, where he is now receiving fresh supplier
of Butter and Cheese, at fair prices, and respectfully
solicits a liberal share of trade from his old customers
gepl-lw SEABORN GOODALL.
BY RECENT ARRIVALS.
PAINTS AND OILS,
CHAS. L. COLBY A CO.,
■i glb-tf Corner Bay and Abercorn street*. _
URGINIi TOBACCO AGENCY,
George A. Crump & Cos.,
2ft9 Broad Strut, A itquita, G a ,
HAV’E «tn hand a large and well selected stock of
Manufactured aud Smoking Tobacco.
Humpies sent by Express when dexired. 3m ju2o
MIIITII 1111 ER MIULTMiL
WOR K s .
GRIPPING, BROTHER & CO., Prop&xktokSi
5S AflO 00 CoUZTLAND SxEMT.
N E W YORK,
Manufacturers of Plows, Harrows, Cultivator*, Cot
ton S weeps, Com Mills, Cotton Gins, &c.
Every implement wanted by the Planter, Also,
dealers in Field and Garden Seeds. Also, Agent* for
Bruce’s Concentrated Manure, Bone, Ac.
Send lor circular. j P 20 3m
YARNS AND OSNABUR6S.
90 bales YARN,
10 do OSNaBTJRGS,
For sale by JOHN MoMAHON A CO.
'T'HE Twenty-eighth Aunnal Session open, OCTO
BKR 2d. 1366. The Pai'olty la complete. The
ratee lor the First Term, which ends December 31 at,
are ae follow,:
Regular Tuition in College Clneee £3O 00
Regular Tuition In Preparatory Class 22 00
French, (optional; ■-W. .77........... Vi to
Mu»k, :optloaal>, with uae oflnstroment ’ 33 oo
•3P4 lacl “ d , ltl * washing. Lights and Fuel... MO6
To be paid in advance. In currency or iu equivalent.
Vlm . n J- *• DONNELL President.
Macon, G*. au22-lawttoct
EUorthcrk, 4i Cos.
• SHIPPING A»l> COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Comer B.y and Whitaker street*
Prompt attention Riven to coneignmenta of Mer
chau<L*e and Pn>daoe*of all kinda purchaeed and sold.
Dealer in Ship Sion* and Chandler,. Harris'
w harf, foot of Lincoln street, under the bind, sepl
Tlaon d i Gordon,
Commiaaiou and Forwarding Merchants,
an3o 90 Bay elreet
Roe Whitney df Cos., General Commission
Merchants, No. 902 Bay street, above Barnard
street. an 24
TYrady, Smith A Cos., CommiiKion and For
ll warding Merchant* ami Manufacturers Agents,
bay street, north *ide, between Whitaker and Bar
nsrd atreeu aug2t
COMMISSION MERCHANT. Sole Agent for
James Wallace's Celebrated Whiskiea, Guia, Alcohol,
Cologne Spirits, and New England Rum. No. 0 Stod
dard's Building. Bay street. Savannah. aul9
NA. Hardee A Cos.,
• COMMISSION A FORWARDING MERCHANTS
KeTAitLisHen is 1836.
Office No. 9 Stoddard's How,
ante Savannah, Ga.
BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT.
Bryan street, next to Merchants' and Planters' Bank.
a FOKVV ARCING and COMMISS'N MERCHANT,
Office Home ins. Cos., 89 Bay st.
Bell, Wylly A. Christian, AUCTION, GEN
ERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS. Bay street. Savannah. Ga.
AM. Kearbruugh d> Cos., Gaoccar and Coa
• mission MrncucNia, 140 Congress and 57 St.
Julian ats Highest market price* paid for Cotton,
Wool, Beeswax, etc. Liberal Advances on Cotton, 4c.
IDrwin A Hardee,
li COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Bay street Savannah, Qa.
Wm. H. Stark. Wholesale Grocer and Com
mission and Forwarding Merchant, corner Lin
coin and Bay street. ang22
' WINES. LIQUOK37 &c.
E. Koctlukf Si. to.,
iu Groceriea, 'Vines, Liquors and Negara. Corner of
Bay and Whitaker ata„ Savannah, Ga. aep2-liu
HU. Rune Si Cos.,
* WHOLEB4I.K DEALEBB IN*
LIQUORS. ALES AND LAGER BEER,
Cor. St. Julian street and Johnson square.
Israel R. Sealy Si Cos.,
SOLE AO ENTS AND IMPORTERS OF
Ch. FARRE CHAMPAGNES,
In the .Stattj of Geoiyia.
207 Bay aL, between Baicard and Jefferson,
ai\9 Savannah. Ga,
Israel R. Sealy Si Cos.,
WUOL&BALE DEALERS IN
LdPORTED WINES, uORDIALS, BRANDIES AND
an ( J 207 Bay at., between Barnard and Jefferson
JLama, Importer and Wholesale Dealer In Sfan
• isu Sxoars. Fkknui Brandies. Wines, Wbiskey
aud other Liquors. Tobacco of all kinds.
101 Bay street, Savannah, Qa,
John C. Maker Si Cos., W’uolebalc and Retail
Dealer in DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS, Ac, Ac.
Cor. Congress and Whitaker sts.
Thomas Pepper, Wholesale and Retail Dealeb
in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, at rttpitce
uufifed Low Prices. ONE PRICE ONLY.
Presdee Si Or IF.
DRY’ GOODS—Whoi.rsale and Retail.
11l and 113 Congress st.
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, Ac.
160 Rr'Mi<rMort strof't,
Samuel M. Lederer, Jobber aud Retailer of
Fancy and Staple Dry Gooi*b. Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hath, ac. 146 Congress street.
_ GROCERIES, &c. _
S. X. Gragg Hi Cos., 102 Bryan street, Deal
ers in Fine liROCEKIES and PKOVISIONS
Agents for Allen's WAUOE BITTERS. Licensed
Dealer In WINES and LIQUOKS aul9
Ss. Miller, 167 Broughton street, has for sale,
. cheap, Flour, Sugnr, Syrup, Lemons, Hay, Oats,
Coin, Cow Peas, Pindars, Potatoes, Turnips, Onions
and Cabbages. au9
M First j, t 0., vs 1 n.eea)e Dealer in Wisss, Li
e sicona, Sioabs, l',n v Groucbiis, Can ruts, Ac.
AF. Mira, U'uolisvlc Ann it it ait Dial ir. in
e GtsOCERIfiS, FRUITS, Ac
Cor. Whitaker and Congress st. Lane
Congiion Hi Symons,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Corner Whitaker and St. Julian sts.,
Old Stand of W, R. Symons.
Hilton Hi Hundell, WHOLESALE OROCERS,
193 Bay Stoilt, are constantly receiving per
steamers from N. York, the largest and most complete
assortment of GROCERIES in this city.
IP P. Deyo, DeAi.ru in Cuoior Family Uaociaua,
Je Winul Lmcona, Ac.
133 Bronghton street.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
161 Broughton street.
The “Live Oak,’’corner of Drayton street and
Bay Lane. CHOICE WINES, ALES tDdSEQAKS
at Retail. Dunn 4 McMahon, Proprietors an 19
O’Toole A Cos.,
HILLIARDS, LIQUORS, WINES. *o.
Bronghton st., thied door from Bull.
Billiard Saloon. Bv WALTER O'MEARA.
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS, Ac.
Bsy street, over Express Office.
Union Shades, Tixxnoc Ncoint, Proprietor.
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS, sEOARS, ac.
Qt. Charles Saloon, (In rear of Post Office,! by
*9 A. Stajui. Wholesale ana Hetail. None but
CHOICE WINES and LIQUORS served. Free Lunch.
a CONFECTIONER—WaoLXSALi and Rztail.
STRUTS, CORDIALS AND FINE CONFECTIONERY
OF all LINDS.
• WHOLESALK AND UTAH. MALII IN
CIDERS, LEMON, STRAW BERRY' and RASPBERRY
syrups, candies, ao„ ao„
tW In any quantities, to suit Purchasers, a.
U IIITAJkEB STREET.
GAS FITTING, Ac.
plumbing and Qua Fitting,''
A Bv JOHN M. CULLEN,
Bronghton su, one door We-t of Barnard.
W«- yVilllama, Gas Fmu amd Plosus
, and Dealer iu Tin Wars, Honar FueNiaaiNQ
Goo pa, Ac. 145 Broughton street.
Weed & Cornwell,
Wholesale Dealers iu Habtwam and Tin Want.
No. 152 and Itil Broughton street.
U t PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER
91 Biyan et., next to cor. Whitaker.
SEGARS, TOBACCO. Ac.
E. Koetheciae & Cos.,
Importers of Genuine Havana Segara,
Corner Bay and Whitaker streets. Savannah, Ua.
Jacob Langidorf & Co-, Wholesale Dealers
in Sne Havana and Domestic Begun, Chewing
aud Smoking Tobacco, Snuff, Ac. 17t Bay street, be
tween Wnltaker aud Barnard atreeta. auitd
. SEGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, Ac.
Barnard street, one Poor South of the Market.
CP- Lopez, S roars, Toaaoco, Unurr, Pirn,
• Fancy Abticlcs, Stationibt, Ac.
Cor. Bull and Broughton Eta.
F Constant, laroam or Doniano aim Havana
• Segaas, Mskuonaum Pirta, *O. Also, Winis,
L a AarAONis and othar Liquors.
Bull street, opposite the Pott Office.
PRINTING, STATIONERY, Ac'
Savillr & Leach,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
Cor. Biyan afreet sad Market Square.
Marking Ink, MANuTAomaxn and for sale bv
DAVID H. GALLOWAY,
»5 Drayton street.
Geo. 11. Nichols, ~
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
M betweeu Abei coru and Drayton
ST-its ♦ Whitaker street.
C W. Mason dl Cos.. -■
HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
No. ni Bay street.
PIRECTORY -- CONTINUED
H- *• Topham, 138 Congress street
, n *A*nd , Merchant.' hovii jT
iwaler in Fine Ready Made Clothing. Gents' FnrniS,''
Ing Goods, Hat. ana Caps, Ac. L ™ yuSh**
r. ». M. Sneed, “ '
York street, near Court
WATCHEa, JEYVELRY, &c.
FO. Jordan, Dealer in Watches
a SiLTta and Platli, Waaz, FanorGnorl , „ ’
OT Watches and Jewelry Repaired * i<L
129 Congress at., oMmaite the Pnlaakl House
HAIR DRESSING, &c ~ ~ ~
pulmskl House Barber Shop, (cor BullTiTa
and other Fancy Ai ticlCTforsaie' C ' Neck
Hanging, 4c., at short notice. 138
CHINA ware, & c . =
R “• QUEEN'SWAKIL *GLass~av r,
toa , , A ‘ at W holesale aruTpetaU °
O9 B — u h ,|UlJ D eltcet, 3d door from cor, of Bnii
a t i, r en C H*? , *?^^a
tnes. in the
street, next to stoddarS'i HeJT eNo 12 *
■nr m. waish, ' ~— == ==
Drug House, ~~~~
x ’ Corner Congress and Barnard st,
mliomag Mi Turner, 1 —
* c, n»K DRUGGIST,
A A. Solomons A Cos..
boots and shoes.
/qeo. T. Nichols, * ~
VJ RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORE
llu Bfon ghSon st,, 2d door from BulL
JT. Reading Ai Co7, = '
Cor. Whitaker and St. Jnlian sts.
Wilson’s Photographic Galirrv
~ _ PAIXTa OILS, Jfc.
'Thomas W. Shea,
fiO(J>SE AND SIGN P\lNTEß
John .Ryan, Bottler of SODA WATER portpr
end ALE, CORDIALS, SYRCPn, tc ’ PORTKft
Cor. Bay and West Broad streets.
PHY POOPS AXI) CLOTHING.
Carhart, Whitford & Cos.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Healers tu
READY made clothing,
831 AND 333 Bboadwai. ook. Wobtb Strist
W„ F h 4 w“ T ‘ I Hraar Ssafm,
Wm. H. Wbitfoma I A. T. Hamilton,
OfflMo fp ,y,ni c.rhart l/liquWation.
RIDDELL & MURDOCK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers lu
NAVAL STORES, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
GZNTLBMZN'S FtJkNISHtNQ Goons, *c„
No. s Merchants' Row. Hilton Head, S C.
w. o. XIDDKLL. finl3-tfl » .
jj UAO n i H. J, MURDQCJC.
STEELE & BURBANK,
u Merchants Row, Hilton Head, So. Cos.
MILITARY' AND NAVAL CLOTHING,
THE IVEIV SKIRTTbiI lSfao
A.Wy^SaVXU orl * ,Ueß oD<,neW,On '
f *il^ ad •dverthem*nt In the Savannah
mornm<7 E mu P artlc| fi«rs every Saturday
-A- RARE OSAHiTOE
WILL be sold at Public Auction, in the dtv of
Savannah, on tha sth day of September next,
The mill site.with Sawmill therennto belonging, slu
uated in the county of Chatham, Mate ofGcorgia.
about nine miles bom the city of Savannah on the
Ogeechee Canal, together with all the machines, fix
tures, buildings, outhouses, stable*, Ac., Ac.
The site of the mill contains nine acres of land with
very capacious back water. The Ogeechee canal be
ing in the course ot reconstruction will be finished In a
short time, when lumber can be rafted to and from
tke A. A G. R. R. and the city of Savannah,
aial will thus afford better facilities for rafting than
any other mill In the State of Georgia, For further
PVt aug8 I fo‘ PPly 10 4LL SOLOMONS*!
LEAF AND SMOKING TOBACCO.
125,000 Superior Havana Segars, (Jenny Lindj
30 bales Spanish Leaf Tobacco
2.000 Ibe. choice Spanish Smoking Tobacco
3,000 bunches Spanish Cigarettaa
Just received direct from Havana
I have also in Store a large lot oi the b«« brands
Virginia Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
Anderson'a and IdUeuthars Fine Cut Chewing To
Mercbanm. Brier Hoot and other Pipes.
AU of which I am prepared to sell at Wholesale or
~ H. MOLINA,
Comer Bull and Congress streets,
suglC-tf Under Screven House.
GILT CORNICES, BANOS AND FIXTURES
The subscriber having pureba-ed a Slock of the
above articles, he Is BOW prepared to attend to all or
der* with despatch. All work warranted.
W. H. H. TUBNIB,
eepl-15 58 st. Julian etreet.