, ~< 4L MATTERS.
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row NSW YOBE.
.p Idaho. Wednesday, .September 13th, at
-jmsblp Chase, Thursday, September 14th, at -
'nishlp Ariadne, Thursday, September 14, at 3
rr Amazon, Tuesday, September 12th, at 6
. Vr’lK'en, Wednesday. Septeratter 13th, at 7
, , c . r Wm. G. Gibbons, every Tuesday morning
.' Wednesday, September IS, at
■ rsgt Fountain, every Saturday morning, at 9
Ter j. shown yesterday by our foreman a pbo
-anhic gronpe comprising the compositor corps of
r-£?liS Office, eleven persons in number, taken
' juo. x. Beading 4 Cos., northeast comer of
i ta -.-er and St. Julian streets,
ffhie. we wish to flatter neither the sublets nor
' • a-t we must say that we have rarely ever
a nmre artistic picture or a more intellectual
-joupe. But for the shirt-sleeves, instead of
'. r t ‘ * n * shoulder-straps, and the substitution of
mightier instrument,' the printer’s composing
lestesa of thgsword, we would haye taken the
-a e for ihe representation of an assemblage of
dbizuished military characters in council of war.
°e rouping of the tlgures is admirabie, the impres
-n Cthe faces, eo t 0 apeak, is sharp and vivid, and
£• coloring most exquisite. The picture in Its eri
,etT., an excellent specimen of the photograplilc
F-rcll® Extbeess.— During our visit yesterday
err.’on we i aid a walk to the steamer Express,
hems being fitted up at Miller's Foundry, under
Dsinervlslonof Mr. J. S. Muliikan. The Express
11 lave superior accommodations f*r passengers
and win also convey a large freight. It Is expected
at in two weeks she will be ready for the
■j,. -She is of very light draught with stern
h,' tVe give the following as ner dimensions:
j . ,157 feet, breadth of beam over all 37 feet
.of hold 4K feet, saloon, 70 feet by 14
j, .ritiwffate room accommodations for 00 passen
, The eugiues and boilers of the General Lee,
11; at Stiles’ landing, wilt be placed in the Expres.
W. S. Joue3, who Is noted as a skillful ma
iliid is placing the engines and boilers in the Ex
re?. associated with him t3 Mr. H. McLean, who Is
i charge of alt the wood work. Mr. Mulligan, Su
oriutendent and part owner, is determined that the
xpvess shall he a steamer worthy in every respect
r tic freight and passenger trade on the Savannah
M F. M. Myrrell, long known as the Agent of the
ui a Line of stoauv. rs plying betweecn Savannah
nil Augu .'i), will be- the agent of the Express. Mr.
vjreu is well known to our old merchants as an ae
oi. ui slating and obliging young man.
TiiflStVAXSah and Gulf Railroad.—The public
be gratlfled to learn that those energetic con
ctors, Messrs. Spratt, Callahau 4 Cos., having com
leted their engagements on the Central Railroad,
n now employing their entire force on the line of
'Savannah and Gulf Railroad between this city
the Aitamaha. Tlfc timber for all the destroyed
; and trestle work Is rapidly being gjt but on
ir ic cl road, and will be brought ‘down as needed.
-attractors have now about five hundred hands
ir,.. i on the whole line of goad, and will shortly
. . , c their force to some eight hundred or a thou
su The work is being pressed forward as rapidly
? possible, and it is expeeted that the road will cer
iin;v he completed by the first of December next,
Difaßiibe of Troops.—Yesterday morning the
teiruer Resolute, Capt, Cannon, departed for lititon
lea iwitli the 26th Massachusetts and 70th New York ’
icgiments- these regiments were erroneously prln
ia our paper yesterday morning, as the 48th Mas-
Musetts and the 45th New York.
Eko Fannie —This vessell, which was ashore on
yhee Beach, South Breakers, arrived yesterday In
: this city in excellent condition. Capt. Wm. Dixon
gntered and brought to this city the vessel.
Attention Is directed to the sale of government
v petty at the Corral on Reynolds street to-day at
- . clock. Persons desiring to purchase horses and'
TjgoiK will do well to attend. The sale- will close
o-day. v .
new Steamers fob the river Trade.—The
b liner 11. M. Cool, Capt. Taylor, and the steamer
tookland v Capt. Beauford, for4he Doctortown trade,
rrived her yesterday.
mechanic Fire Company.—The attention of ail
oemoers of this company Is called to a meeting to
e held this evening at the Uali of Wasington lire
;c it Is expected evqry member wIU be present.
BEFORE CAPT. SAME COWDRT. «
Tuesday, Sept. 12.
I S. vs. H. McCarty— Drunkenness and riotous
conduct, filled $5.
BEFORE LT. COL. st. T. HOLBROOK.
L T. Turner vs. Richard Golphln, (colored)—Re
cover? of a sail boat. It was ordered that the said
bC5* be returned to its rightful owner, and that Rich
ard Goipuin retain tu his possession the masts, satis
and etber tackle, until such time as James Ogiivle,
Acting Master, aemmaudiug U. S. steamer John Grif
fith, may call far their delivery, upon said Richard
Soiyhiu, Counsel for plaintiff, Hon. P. M. Russell.
D C. Cook vs. Mrs. R. Smith— Recovery of rent and
premises. It Is ordered that judgment be entered up
against the defendant in the sum of SOO, and $2 50
tests of suit; and that she vacate the premises on or
before the Ist day of October next ; upon failure to
do so, to be forcibly ejected.
John Bowen vs. Julht Bowen. It appearing from
ihe petition of Counsel in the above stated case that
i.o has testimony to introduce, which was not heard
at the time of said trial, it Is now ordered that the
order passed on yesterday, fee held suspended until,
tbe merits of the case can "be decided upon, which
w.ii take place to-morrow, lffiu inst-, Counsel for
ri'imua Grant (colored) ts, Henry Foy—Recovery of
a bay reave. Ordered that the defendant deliver up
[ tiie said mare to the plaintiff and pay cost of suit.
United States by Sarah Richardson (colored) vs.
| fir. McGill—assaulttind battery. Whereas the pros
:.f"utrU in the above case was duly notified to appear
cn ihi3day at nine o'clock, a. m . to prosecute the
defendant for the offence, and failed to appear, It was
I ordered that the case lie dismissed* defendant paying
costs of suit. Counsel for defendant, J. R- Smissy.
Edward Chauncy (colored) vs. Thos. Smith (colored)
and Leigh Chauncy (colored) —Absconding with the.
•lfe of plaintiff and desertion from bed and bqard.
it appearing lrom the evidence submitted that the
defendant, Leigh Chauncy, *is the «vise of Thomas
Smith, and that the plaintiff has no rlfcht to interfere
with either of them, it was ordered that the case be
dismissed, plaintiff paying costs of. suit. ■
O A Dodge vi Joseph Raldwin and John Leals
recovery of a horse. Upon motion of plaintiffs at
torney this ease be settled upon payment of costs.
Counsel for plaintiff, Col. A. W. Stone ; lor defendant.
Jacob Spatin vs. William Morrell—Recovery of
premises. It is ordejed that the prayer of the petl,
tioner be granted, and that the defendant vacate the
house occupied by him within six days, and give
Peaceable possession oLthe land after his crop Is
harvested, or be forclblyejectod therefrom.
pulaskx House, September 12, is« 6.
W A Thomas, SandersvUlC|H P Wilson, Hilton Head
E Kllleredge, do OH Dudley, do
W H Kalor, roft Pulaski W B Robinson, do
j B Johnson, do .|C DSullivan, Charleston
.1H Miller, do T Miller, - do
Mrs Walker and child. 1J P Johnson, Savannah
Mobile |T R Miller, do
Mrs Gay, S Carolina |M Oohen, Augusta
C W Wiunaard. Pay, Sav J A Metcalf, St Louis
J E Buutugon, do ,J D Yonge, Balnbridge
Mat R C Walker, Pav, HH H C Brown, Houston co
AH s Davis, do F Middleton and lady,
L D Roundtree, Valdosta . Augusta
R H Braswell, do AM Martin,
A BAKERY with apparatus complete pertslalng to
the buriness. A'eo, rooms suitable for a family,
witb a stable attached
sspuet Btyan Street.
Utiuturi Almanac—This Day.
Snn rise* .-. 6 42 Moon rises .'...morn
Sun get* 9|Hlgh water ~ SlO
TORT OF SAVANNAH.
Tuesday, Sept. 12. 1865.
Brig Fannie, Cooker, Philadelphia—Hunter A Gam
Steamer Oneota, Norris, Hilton Head.
Stcame Gen Shepley, Mtlllkiu, Fort Pulaski.
Steamer II It Cooi; Taylor, New York—to Master.
Steamer Rockland, Reaulort, Charleston, etc—to
QhuUmrae A Cos.
Steamer Laura, Hiller, Augusta.
Reports—Passed steamer Berry, aground at Ca
noe Cut ; met steamer May near Oemercr's Ferry,
bound up ; passed steamer Falcon, rudders broken,
at t’atfluger Cut; passed steamer Union, shaft bro
ken, and tied up at Hudson Ferrv; met steamer
Amazon at Charleston Bridge, on her way up.
Exports.—37b bales cotton. 40 do domestics 120
Consignees.—J L Vitlalonga, crane, Johnson A Cos,
A C Lomellno, So Express Cos, E T Metcalf A Cos, Er
win A Hardee.
Passengers.—Mis Middleton and lady, Mr N Si
mon, Maj L E Deginan, F C Lomellno.*
Steamer Loyalist, Hodman, Hilton Head.
Steamer Gen Shepley, MilUkin, Augusta.
Steamer Resolute, Caqnkm, Hilton Head.
Steamer Emilie, Bender, Hilton Head.
Steamer WmG Gibbons, Phllpot, Doctortown—Er
win A Hardee. ’
Steamer Nantasket, Springer, Beaufort.
Steamer Amazon, Johnson. Augusta—Erwin A Har
MIST OP VESSELS IN THE PORT OF
Savannah, sept. 13, 1865.
ladaho, Holmes, dlsch’g, New York, Brigham, Bald
win A Cos. ' .
Trladness, Powers, dlsc’g, New York, J R Wilder.
Chase, Bulkley, New York, Hunter A Gammcii.
Fannie, Crooker, Philadelphia—foot of Gas House
Hill—Hunter A Gammell.
Lottielkolts, (3 masked) Endicott, disc’g.
B L Sherman, (3 masted) in distress.
Schr Wm E Stevenson, Threadcraft, 0, from Ma
ta nzas—discharging at dork foot of Bawatd Street-
Witch Queen, Percival.lls—from Boston—discharg
ing at Lower Klee Mill—Richardson A Barnard.
Alice Flora, (Hr) Knowles, from Nassau—waiting
at Lower Rice Mill—Bell, Wylly A Christian.
Anna Sims; (new) Postell, loading for Florida, at
Iron Steamboat Co—C L Colby A Cos.
Ruth Baker, Smith, 378—loading for Ndw York foot
of Barnard street—C L Colby A Cos.
Br Sloop Svlvla, Brown, from Bermuda—discharg
ing at whari foot of Barnard street.
Death of Dr. Talmaqe.—The Millcdge
ville Federal Union, of Tuesday sth inst.,
contains the sad intelligence of the death oi
Rev. Samuel K. Talmage. He died at Mid
way, on the 2d inst., aged 70 years. He had
been in feeble health for some time, but the
Union says his death was sudden and unex
pected. An eminent man and devout Chris
tian has fallen.
Proclamation by she Governor of Missis
Executive Office,. 1
Jackson, Aug. 19. J
Information having reached me that par
ties of bad men hare banded together in dis-.
ferent parts of the State for the purpose of
robbing and plundering, and for violating the
law in various ways, and that outrages .of
various kinds are being perpetrated, and the
military authorities of the United States be
ing insufficient to protect the people through
out the entire State, I do therefore call upon
the people, and especially on such as are
liable to perform military duty and are fami
liar with military discipline, to organize vol
unteer companies in each caunty in the State,
if practicable—at least ope company of cav
alry and one of infantry—as speedily as pos
sible, for the detection of criminals, the pre
vention of crime and the preservation of
good order. Ana I urge upon these cora
‘ panies, when formed, that they will be vigil
ant in the discharge of their duties.
These companies will be organized under
the law inflation to volunteer companies,as
contained in the Revised Code, and the
amendment thereto passed on the 10th day
of February, 1800, except that as soon as the
proper number shall volunteer the election of
officers may take place immediately and
without further order, and commissions 'will
be issued as soon as returns are*received,
and the election may be held by any justice
of the peace. I most earnestly call upon the
youug men of tho Stalo, who have so distin
guished themselves for gallantry, to respond
promptly to this call, which is made in behalf
of a suffering people.
It will be the duty, as I hope it will be the
pleasure’, of these companies to pursue and
apprehend all offenders against law, and by
vigilance to prevent crime; to aid’the .civil
authorities, and to contribute all in their
power to the restoration of good order in the
community. Arms will be procured, if pos
sible. for such as may not have them ; but I
would advise an immediate organization with
such arms as can be procured.
Given under my band, and the great seal
of the State affixed.
W. L. Sharkey,
Provisional Governor of Mississippi.
Monstrous Expectoration.— A little hoy,
ten years old, son of Mrs. Ira Elliott, of Lin
coln, Vermont, has disgorged, after dread
fully suffering from a dangerous cough, ac
companied bv violent spasms, a snake 18
inches long. ‘This horrible reptile had the
p-race to vacate at last the premises he had
so long incontinently occupied, greatly to
the relief of the poor child. His lordship
sported an alternately green and yellow
3triped skin, and appeared as lively as if he
were fraternizing with his brothers in a Ben
gal jungle. He was taken care of by Mrs.
Elliott, who intends to keep him ns a family
relic. Young Elliott has languished for a
.year, but rapidly improved from the moment
this unwelcome guest leit him.
Columbus.—We take the following para
graphs from the Columbus Enquirer of the
6th inst. :
Cotton.—We can hear of no sales higher
than 17c. specie. One lot was yesterday of
fered at 24c. currency, but not sold as far as
we could learn. The difficulty of effecting
shipmeuts from this point, combined with a
-decline in the’New York market, (in which
middling cotton is quoted St 43,) has made
buyers here very cautions.
The City bridge makes gratifying progress
daily in spanning the river. It will undoubt
edly be po far advanced in a very short time
h3 to admit ot passage across it- The lattice
work seems to be very substantial, and Die
work so far gives promise that the bridge
will be as strong as the old one, which is
sayiug a good deal for it. %
Queen Emma, of the Sandwich Islands, is
still eDloying herself in England. She has
visited the camp at Aldershot and witnessed
some military evolutions there.
The Oldest and best renowned.
M.* FUNKS!, •
06 Liberty Street,
gepl2-3mo NEW YORK.
CENTRAL RAILROAD STOCK.
-* K TO 2<rShare» of Central Railroad Stock can be
w O purchased by »PP IICl *“ on H ‘ O OLM9TKAD ,
At the office of Brigham, Baldwin A Cos.
HARDEN & LEVI,
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE, N BAY ETREET,
eepl2 h? H *® door * E ** t of Drayton.
Groceries for Sale.
t f ? .P*™* 4 “> e Alto- Store
to Rent, Comer Bryan and Jeffenon Street.
*epl*-Jt 8. q, BYRNE-
Alarm about the Cattle Disease in Ire
lank.—Tlio Irish landlords are unusually ex
cited at the prospect of a murrain among
their cattle, ant! demand with one voice that
none shall be imported from Great Britain.
The people are carrying out this order, and
even the packet companies refuse to convey
live animals; but the landlords ask formal
order in council. This Sir George Grey has
refused to grant, arguing that sufficient cause
has not been shown; but Lord Naas evi
dently hopes to apply the pressure of 105
undivided Irish votes' to Lord Palmerston's'
mind. A meeting was held at Dublin, at
tended by men ot all- parties, and very vio
lent language was used, Lord Naas, in par
ticular, hinting at a repeal of the Union, and
declaring that such treatment was only pos
sible from the absence of Irishmen in the
Cabinet, where an Irishman sits as Premier.
Thirty : eight members have already signed
the resolution in favor ot protection, and the
signatures of a great majority of members
are expected-. The Cabinet has not yet yield
ed, though the only opposing interest is that
of a few Highland’stockliolders, who export
abont 7,000 small black cattle a year to be
fattened on the Irish pastures.
Wiio the Basutos Ark. —The following
extract from the Philadelphia North Ameri
can may help to-elucidate the news recently
published, and probably yet to come, in re
lation to the war in South Africa : %
' “The basutos, or more correctly, perhaps,
the Basutos, are a Caffre clan, and were sub
jected to British dominion by the gentle logic
of the bayonet in 1853. In 1858 they num
bered about twenty thousand. . The Caffres
or Kaffirs are located in Caffraria, which lies
east of Cape Colony, and south of Natal;
almost touching Orange River Free State on
the northeast. A family of the same race ex
ists in Kaffirland; the southern point of
Sofala, adjacent to Natal, and between the
sea of Orange River Free State. The Boeis
are the descendants of the Dutch, and retain
many of their characteristics. They are gen
erally well educated, very clannish, agricul
tural, and almost equally distrustful of the
British and the Africans. ' They live near the
outposts of civilization, and are consequently
rough, passionate and obstinate.”
The Newfoundland Fisheries.—The Bos
ton Journal of yesterday says:
Our latest dates from Newfoundland speak
of improvements in the fishery prospects of
the island and Labrador, the accounts re
ceived from thd 1 latter place being especially
encouraging. The screw steamer Wolf, the
poineer vessel engaged in the Greenland
whale fishery, from St- Johns, ha 9 returned
after an absence of about two months, with
a full fare, roughly valued at eight thousand
pounds. The Wolf Was engaged in the
spring seal fishery, and was successful at
that, and it is thought that the success that
has attended the first venture iu the new en
terprise will gRe her many companions next
year. The failure for years back of the
shore fishery of the island has caused mer
chants to turn their attention to the bank
fishery, several vessels having been fitted out
for its prosecution this year.
The commission, consisting of Newton Ed
wards, Governor and ex-officio Superintend
ent of Indian Affairs of Dacotah Territory,
Edward B. Taylor, Superintendent for
Northern Superintendency, Major General
Curtis, Brigadier Gen. Sibley, Henry H.
Reed, of lowa, and Owen Guernsey, of Wis
consin, appointed by the President to nego
tiate under instructions from the Secretary
of the Interior treaties of peace with several
tribes of Sioux and Cheyennes of Upper Mis
souri, and any other tribes iA -that region
who have recently been engaged in hostili
ties against the United States, will meet at
Council Bluff on the 10th inst., and proceed
to Fort Rice, where the council will be held
on the 15th of October, couriers having been
sent to the different tribes of Indians, notify
ing them to meet there at that.
The Rhododendron is a beautiful natural
thermometer. When the temperature is
above the freezing point, the leaves are per
fectly flat aud plane; with about five de
grees of frost, the leaves reflex a little'; when
the thermometer is about ten 01 fifteen
there is a curl to the leaves, and whetvzero
is about reached, they .hang flaccid by ihe
stems, and a9 completely twisting as a Gre
cian curl. This curling and twisting seems
like the struggles of a thing of animal or
ganization ; for let the glass once get so low
as to put out the fire of life in the plant, and
the leaves immediately expand as if'there
were no frost—more beautiful indeed than iu
their living state.; just as we see in our own
dead a singular beauty spread over the fea
tures for an hour or so after the death-strug
gle is over, and the' spirit is flown never to
return again.”— Card. Monthly.
A steamer of 200 tons is about leaving
Hamburg, under, command of Capt. Hage
mann, on an exploring tour to tbc -Arctic
Ocean, and is said to be the pioneer of an ex
pedition upon a .large scale. The expedition
will proceed to the eastern coast of Spitz
befgen, possibly also to Gillis Land,. from
which point ihe actual object of exploration
will be entered upon. This is to ascertain
by careful examination of the seas between
Spitzbergen and Nova Zembla, whether Dr.
Petermann’s conjectures as ft) the direction
of the Gulf stream are correct. The funds
for the exploration have been_ partly raised
by subscription among the Senate and citi
zens of Hamburg.
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
SAViLLE & LEACH, -
.sep4-tf cor. Biyan street and Market Square.
WE E DAVIDSON,
GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS,
ALE and Cider.
THE Subscriber announces to his frlend9 nnd pa
trons that he lias Inst, returned lrom the Northern
Cities, where be has made arrangements with the
best Importing Houses, with whom he has dealt (or
many years, for supplies of every article in his line and
now offers for sale, on the most reasonable terms.—
Hia present Stock, selected by himself with great
OTARD, DUrtTY A CO., |
‘ PINET, CASTILLON A CO,
GtN . .
MEDER SWAN AND IMPERIAL EAGLE.
COMET, fin cases.)
JOHN GIBSON, SONS A CO.,
MONONGAHBLA, X, XX, XXX,
CABENET, NECTAR and PURE OLD RYE,
O. K. BOURBON, Very Old.
JAMAICA AND Sr. CBOlfc.
OF VARIOUS BRANDS, In Quart* ana Pint*.
T E A* 8 .
IMPERIAL, YOUNG HYSON, HYSON, OOLONG.
POWCHONG, In Caddies and Half Cheat*.
BUBAR, oorru, SOAP, BTAROH, *B., AS.
V Alto, Agent for the tale of Massey, Collins A Cos.
m fftPKCIAIz KOTICKB.
BATCHELOR S HAIR BYE i
The Original and Bert in the World I The only true
tnd perfect Hair Dvn. H Arm less. RslisMe sad Instan
taneous. 7 Produces immediate.y A splendid Black or
natural Brown,’ without injuring the hair or skin.
Remedies the ill effects of bad dyes. Sold by all Drug-
Cists. Tnc genuine Ir signed William A. Batc hslpr.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFtKTRS.
For Rcetoriqg and Beautifying the nair.
’ aul4-ty CUA*RLES BATCHELOR, New Yonn.
HINTED mi ITELY,
FIFTY TONS ot Rags and Waste Paper. The
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID. Also, Cot
ton Tickings, Wool, Hides, Tallow, Grease, Meials,
Bottles, Ac., at the
FOREST CITY MILLS,
WANTED TO PURCHASE,
OR KEEP FOR HIS FEED, a pood Horse that
will work in single harness. Must he gentle
Apply to .
seps N. A. HARDEE A CO.
House Painters Wanted.
CIXGOOD WORKMEN, will find employment by
O applying at once at the
Savannah, Sept. It, 1805. 2t
m A ELVE ABLE BODIED MEN, to cut wood, drive
X team, aud manage a fiat For further particulars
apply immediately to
B. F. ULMER,
sepll Corner Eionghton and Price streets.
A T THE SAVANNAH NATIONAL BANK, a ccm
- A petent Bookkeeper. Salary t1,2U0, Bond SIO,OCA
sepll 4t SPIVEY, Cashier. •
TW(J GOOD CAI.KKRS WANTED to go to Macon.
Good wajsres will bo paid to experienced work
men. Apply at once to
sepll 2t ERWIN A HARDEE.
BY a Lady, a oitnation as TEACHER in a sAool or
family. Is experienced in the English b«anches
Address Teacher, Herald office. . sep9-lw
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,
■A-t Hilton Head, St. 0.,
THE Palmetto nerald Building having been Newly
fitted Up, now offer* large and airy rooma. auita
bie for Sleeping Apartment* or bupiacaa purposes.
For terms apply to W. S. Sampson, Jr., on the prem
ises, corner ot Merchants’ Row and Palmetto Avenue,
from 4 o’clock to C o'clock p. m ju22
LINViLLE & GLEASON,
MERRITT, WALCOTT & CO-.
§4 CoiirtiaMt Street, Kew Yorl
MANOFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERS,
- Bridge, Car, Siiip or Baud Hoot,
SETT SCREWS, COACH OR LAG SCREWS.
Hot and Cole) Pressed Nu*o.
ROUND I and SQUARE WASHERS,
Turn mickles, Ends, Taps
and Dios, «scc.
ALSO DEALERS IN
LOCOMOTIVES, CARS, RAILS, CHAIRS,
SPIKES,TIRES, AXLES ; CAR TRIM
MINGS of every description, and
every article used in constructing
or operating Railroads.
ENGINEERS’ STORES. .
COAL OIL, TALLOW, WASTE FELTING, HEMP,
AND RUBBER PACKING: LAMPS, PAINTS,
VARNISH, &o.; ENGINEERS’ TOOLS,
of every description; CHIPPING
AND RIVETING HAMMERS.
CHISELS, *c, 0
WIRE, INSULATORS, .BATTERIES, IN
STRUMENTS, ACIDS, SULPHATE
/ COPPER, Ac.
Also Manufacturers of the
BEST Oi TANNED BELTING.
MACHINERY, LATHS, PLANERS,
DRILLS, PUNCHES AND SHEARS,
STEAM ENGINES, STATION
ARY AND PORTABLE
BRINCKERHOFF & Mill.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN TEAS. Orders for
all kind* of Tens, In any Mzod packages de
sired, filled at the lowest market price*. Parties or
dering will please send remittances. Terms ensh.—
Southern Produce received and sold on commis
sion. Will also receive deposits of money for dis
No. 177 Pearfstreet, near Wall, New \ork.
For sale by
N. A. HARDEE & CO.
WHOLESALE and Retail, Dealer In Tinware,
Ftoves and Stove Pipes. Also, Roofing, Gut
tering and Repairing done at the shortest notice.
. Northwest comer of St. Jnll tn street
seps-1m and Market kqnare.
WILLIAMS. M INTIRE & CO..
HAVING associated Col. Robt. P. Yprk with them
In bnalness, nuder the firm name of York, "ll
llama Mclntlre A Cos, are now prepared with ample
storage accommodatlo* to recr ive any and all con.
signments, with rooms tor those who desire to look
after sales of their own goods, and will give prompt
personal attention to afl Interests entrusted to their
Regular sale days in front of store on Bay street—
Tuesdays and Fridays.
Night sales at store on Broughton street will com
mence on Ist October.
Consignment* of ah kinds are respectfully solicited
*epj-» YORK, WILLIAMS, JIoJNTIR* * W
SAL IS II
By Beil, Wylly * Christian.
ON Tni'RSDAY next, 14th Inst., st in o’cloek ».
m„ will tie sold, hi front of store corner Whita
ker sad Bsv streets, without reserve, the entire cargo
01 the Br. sloop Sylvia, from St. Georget. Bermuda,
consisting Os Groceries, Drv Goode, Drugs, Medicines,
Liquors, Clothlug, etc.. v*s:
Crash Sugar, Pepper,
Tea—Greeu and Black, Sardines,
Preserved Meats, Pickles,
Dundee Bagjjng, oil, etc.
Broad Cloths, Caasimeree,
Irish Linens, Muslins,
~ X. C. Handkerchiefs,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Hosiery.
Spool Cotton, Merino Shirts, &r •
Drujfc, and Medicine,
Epsom Salts, Soda,
Olive Oil, ’ . Arrow Root etc
Brandy—m eases, pipe Holland Gin,
Ale—,n bottles, Porter--in bottles.
Shoes, • caps,
L. B. Shirts, Vests, 4c.
French Calf Skins. Shoe Thread,
Rubber Goods, Buttons,
Ribbons, Sealing wax,
Crockery, Glass* are,
Sheet Tin, pins.
Needles, . . etc., &c., Ac.
The above goods will be ready for examination on
Wednesday—the day before the sale—whea cata
loguee can he procured.
sept J 2-3
By York", Williams, Mclutire & Cos,
Will be sold on TUESDAY, 19th In front of Store, 166
Snpdry articles of Household and Kitchen Furni
ture belonging to the estate of the late Thomas J.
Sold per order of the Administrator and bv permis
sion of Ihe Honorable the Court of Ordinary of
Chatham county. • sep7
Rout. P. Yobh, \ j ,T. R.M<’lntiub.
M, E. Wtt.LfAMS, ( . \ P. H. Warp.
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE & CO.,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
’ BAY STREET,
SAVANNA Hi., Gr A..
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON AND LUMBER
References In Savannah—Brigham, Baldw in * Cos.;
Erwin & Hardee, Gnden d-. I’nckliw, Isaac D. La-
Rocho, Ksq ; Hiram Roberts, Ksq.; Wylly Wood
bridge, Esq. : Hunter and Gammell; L. C.‘Norvell *
References In New York—Messrs. Samuel T. Knapp
A Bro.; D. H, Baldwin & Cos. an26-eodlm
Bill Street, Corner ol Bay Lane.
BACK OF THE POST OFFICE.
Jusl Received at the above Depot a farther supply of
DENIS DONNE, a Novel, by Annie Thomas. Price
BELIAL, a Novel. Price 50 centa.
CHRISTIAN’S MISTAKE, by the author of John
Halifax, Gentleman. Price 75 cents.
THE ROGUES AND ROGUERIES OF NEW YORK,
Price 35 centa.
HARPER'S MONTHLY', GODEY’S LADY’S BOOK*
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, Ac., for September.
The usual assortment or
Northern Dailies and Weeklies
Received by Every Stcamdr,
KEY OF HEAVEN,
3TAR OF BETHLEHEM,
WAY TO HEAVEN,
GATE OF HEAVEN, *
FLOWERS OFT ARABISE,
For sale by
Saviile & Leach,
sepl-tf Cor. Bryan street and Market Square.
BOOKS FOR GHILDREN.
Youths' Pictorial Library,
Marla Edewortk's Early Lessons,
Tales and Stories Worth TelHne,
Little Frankie Stories,
Ydung People’s 1 ibrary,
Salt Water Tales,
Uncle Sam's Library,
The Robin Nest Stones,
Boquets for Children,
Mount Vernon Juveniles, *
Six Pleasant Companions,
Merry Tales and Stories for\'oung Folks,
The Jnvcnfft Library,
The Jewel Case,
Sea and Land Stories,
Tho Dog Crusoe’s Stories,
Molly and Kitty's Juveniles.,
Savilie & Leach,
v *ep4 ts cor. Bryan gfreet nnd Market Square.
BO O KS .
THE POETS IS BLUE AND GOLD.
Coleridge, . %
Savilie ft Leach,
eep4.tf cor. flryan street and Market Square.
Spellers, * -
t * Book-Keeping.
Savilie & Leach,
*tp«-tf cor. Bryan street and fltrlut Square-
- »• Mall Steam
■ JTU-A-FiO. Captain Holmes, will posai.
lively sail fur the above port on
Wcdueaday, Kept, 13th, at 3 o’clock p. m.
For freight or passage, having splendid accommo
dations, apply to .
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO,
seplt Stoddard's Bulldijig, opp. Post Office.
FOR NEW YORK.
Theufs Mail Steamship CHASE,
k. Rogers, commander, will leave
■■Ti n\t iL 1 fr>r tk® above port on her regnlar day
Thursday Sept., 14th. at 3 p. m.
For freight or passage having superior accommoda
tions. apply to
W PH HUNTER A GAMMELL.
Atlantic Coast MniiStcam
FOR NEW YORK,
The First Class Steamship A RIAD
/> J-N. ~ L- NE, G. B. Craet, Comthundcr, will
—</.'lXii)-SVtTV positively sail on her regnlar dav,
THURSDA Y, the 14th lust., at 3
o’clock p. m.
For Freight or Passage, haviDg very superior accom
modations, apply to
'JOHN R. WILDER. '
Ship's Bills of Lading furnished and signed at the
office of Consignee. sepS'
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
The fast sailing Schooner
JA.NtH’.S FEBGTJSON, Master,
Lying at the Lower Rice Mill, is now ready to take
Cargo on board for any place on the coast of South
Carolina, Georgia or Florida.
For freight or charter apply to .
J W. ANDERSON A SONS, Merchants,
Comer Drayton and B.yan streets,
sepS-S Savannah, Ga.
FOR NEW YORK
The first class U. S. Mail Steamships
' ' ■- ‘ Cap!.. CAr.rrNTTR.
■Y«S?ro? TATKS ’ - - - - Capt. SIIABZ.
AMERICA, ..... Capt. Ct.tFr
CONSTITUTION, - . - Capt Gemma"
The above ships compose the Line, and will sail
from New York and Savannah every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO, Agents,
WAKEMAN, GOOKIN A DICKINSON, Agentß,
IT Broadway, Now York.
Sailing J||g V essels.
Regnlar Weekly tine of
CLIPPER SCHOONERS FOR
r pHE undersigned intend to keep np a regular week
-1 lylinc of first class Sailing Vessels plying be
tween Savannah and the above port, with superior
accommodations for passengers and the very beet fa
cilities for delivering freight In good order,at low rates,
with promptness and despatch. Particular attention
Z.iven to forwarding goods from New York.
♦CHARLES L. COLBY AGO.,
au!B cor. Bay and Ahereotn sjrceta.
Merchants’ Line of Sailing Vessels
FOR NEW YORK,
THE fine Clipped Bark IDA KEMBALL, Gossling,
Master, will have quick despatch for the above
port. Apply to
sepS-tf . CHAS. L. COLBY ft CO,
The light draft steamer
“ Helen,” James B, Riley,
commander,'Will leave Stoddard's Wharf qn
Wednesday, faorn’g., at 7 O’clkl
For Freight or Passage apply to
KEIN 4 CO„
sep 11 No. 3 Stoddard’s Range.
Via Darien, Brunswick, St. Mary’s, FVr
nandina, Jacksonville and Ficolata.
rFHE new and fast steamer FOUNTAIN, Capt. G.
■a W. CabT.ntr,wlll leave rs above on SATURDAY,
the 16th inst., at 9 o’clock a,m.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, at Fndlel
ford’a Whaif near White’s Central Cotton Press or to
M. A. COHEN, Agent.
Freight payable on Whnrf. *
Shipper* will furnish weights and measurement of
FOR DARIEN & DOCTOR TOWN
The fast new light draft steamer
Rockland, Capt. Geo. 11. Braufort,
Will leave Stoddard's wharf on
Thursday, Sept. 14th at o r clk--
Eor freight or passage having fcuperiof accommoda
tions, Apply to
CHAS. L. GUILLEAUME,
Nos Stoddard'* Range, Bay Street.
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
ARE notified that Goods will be received at oar
Warehouse, on Dillon's Wharf, at any time da
ting the week ERWIN * HARDEE,
aulff lmo .
CONNECTING WITH ATLANTIC ANt)
GULF R. R. FOR THOMASVILLE.
THE Light Draught Steamer WM. G. GIBBONS,
Capt. Phflpot, will leave Dillon’s Wharf, on
Tuesday morning, 22d Inst., at. 9 o’clock, and will
ply regularly between Savannah and Doctortown, In
connection with the Road, leaving as follows •
SAVANNAH EVERY" TUESDAY.
DOCTORTOWN EVERY THURSDAY.
Freight receipted for through to any point on Rail
road between Doctortown and Thomasville.
Freights payable here.
ERWIN A HARDEE.
JOHN L. ROUMILLAT,
ang2l-Im Agent on Wharf.
FREIGHT FOR lUGMTA.
And Forwarded .Semi-Weekly*
Per STEAMER AMAZON, Capt R. Jobhson.
Per STEAMER LAURA,' Capt. Edwabp Hillib.
Having a commodious Warehouse on Dillon's Wharf,
we arc prepared to receive freight asahove.
Due notice will be given of the days of departure
of each steamer. - .
ERWIN A HARDEE.
" , JOHN 1. ROUMILLAT.
»ul3 lm - . Agent on Wharf.
THUS is to forwarn all persons against crediting my
X wife BU*»b*th on my account, as I will pay no
delft* Os her contrasting,
sep 19-3 t ALFRED KKRNEDY.
«TPHRIN TENDENT-8 OFFICE, * i
1 * wdWayueaSMO^ r
Augusta and Savannah Kadroid Wa J u ** boro °»
ss;' A ’ir“"
GEO. W ADAMS.
•‘’tPEMNTENDENT’S OFFICE, ) ,
. Freight for Angnlt'abndini*'’ A ss“ l **> 18 ®-‘
low 4*q Central ffailroad. < 'arrt t h?, e^te Stations be
and Augusta, Ancttrta and
received on and after Saturd£y'tte 26Yhte2? d wffl be
' A “ B? 0* tO * ™ **'
Atlantic & Gulf Railroad
TUOTICE ie hereby given- that an,arrangement has
for the° 4
STEAMER WM. C. GIBBONS
Whi Vi'”, mpa .'! y j hy which Passengers and Freight
'“Y I 'Ported to and from Thomasville and ba
vannah and all intermediate points.
.» C ?h»«' Vl 1 ,c . rc J, elTcd at any time during the week
at the Mearners Warehouse, on DiUon’swhuf »
... „ 'VILLUM DUNCAN.'
Acting Prestdt nt Atlanilc 4 Gulf Railroad
on , GASPER J. FULTON.
g,lg2l ' lm Super In tenffent.
Sea Island HotbL~
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
Tuesday, June 20th, 1865.
THIS new Hotel, situated on the moat desirable
spot on the eastern bank of Hilton Head- Island, af
fords a fine view of the' Pier, Bay, pceaa, and sur
rounding Islands. Tho scenery is qnite as pleasing
and Interesting, in every reqpect, as tho famous wa
tenng place of Newport, R. 1., and is altogether a*
healthful a place to spend the summer months. It
has a fine hard smooth beach, seventeen mileß long,
wording a more charming drive than the celebrated
Beach at Naham, Mass., and as fine sea bathing an
at that place or Cape May. "
The House has over seventy large, airy room*, and
verandahs on three sides of all the stories; the furni
ture is entirciCap-, and the tables will be furnished
with the best tHSt can be procured here and in the
Northern markets. Every effort will be made to ren
der the Hotel all that the moat fastidious can de*ire
Billiard Rooms and Sea Bathing houses will soon be
in readiness for guests. • j 0 23 ts ’
Port Roval House,
HILTON HEAD, S C.
RIDDELL 4 RUO O , Proprietor**
E. 8. RIPPEI.L. • MC F, BTTGO.
ACADEMY OF ST, VINCENT OF PAUL,
CONDUC.TED BY THE
SISTERS OF MERCY
TMlfe Fall Term of this Institution will re-open on
A September 15th and close on February 16th.
The Spring Term will commence on February 16th
and close on July 15ttt.
Terms per Session, including board. Tuition in
English, Washing, and use of Bed and Bed
„ fling •’ *l6O 00
Tuition in French 20 00
do Music ou Piano 30 OO
do Music on Guitar * 30 00
do Crayon, Drawing and Fainting in
. Water Colors 20 00
Tuition In Oriental Faiutlng, per connw. 15 00
do Wax Fruit and Flowers 20 00
do Embroidery 10 00
For further particulars apply to the Superioress at
toe iiwtitutioD. an29-2awlm
Proposals for Wood.
* CHIEF QUARTERMASTER’S OFFICE,
District Gs Savannah,
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this office
until the Ist day of September, 1865 next, at 12
o’clock m , for the delivery of 260 cords dry, merchant
able Oak and 250 cords merchantable Pine Wood, to
be delivered on the Government Wharf in Savannah,
Ga., or at snch place as may be hereafter designated
by proper authority, at such times and In such quan
tities as may be hereafter directed by the undersigned,
sal and wood to be subject lo Inspection by an ofilter ol
the quartermaster's Department authorized to inspect
the same. Payment will be made for not leu than
50 cords and In such funds as may be farsltbed tho
Proposals to be endorsed— ••Propo—- for Wood.’*
fIIDNEY a STARR,
au2l -ts Chief Quartermaster Dlajpict of Savannah.
MIRTH RIVER AGRICULTURAL
GRIFFING, BROTHER ft 00., Pxopbxxtoh,
66 aid 60 ComrrnaMD Strict.
Manufacturer* of Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Cot
ton Sweeps, Corn Mills, Cotton Gins, ftc.
Every implement wanted by the Planter, Also,
dealers in Field and Garden Seeds. Also, AgOnte fox
Bruce’a Concentrated Manure, Bone, ftc.
Send for circular. ju2o 3m
X CDLLONIS LEAD ®O.,
IN o. 64 Duane St.,
HAVE constantly on hand, their well known.
Drop Shot, Dead Pipe, Back Shot, Sheet
Lead aud Bar Lead,
Which they offer for sale at the loweet market prices.
Orders solicited, and shipments promptly attended
to. JAMES MoCULLOUGH, President,
aa Beaver Street, New York.
Offers for sale of hi* own importations. In bond and
duty paid, the largest stock of Wines, Liquors, Ac., ot
any other house in this country, comprising In part ot
Otard, Hennesy, Ijjnet Castillon, Martel, Godard
Brandy, Rochelle Brandies in half, quarter,and eighth
casks: also Otard and'Rouyer, Latoirelere and FUa
Brandy, in case* of one dozen each.
Udolpbo Wolfe's Schiedam 4n pipe*. Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps, in bond «nd duty paid, in cases ot
one dozen quarts and two dosen pint*.
■■Whiskey and Ram.”
Scotch and Irish Whiskey, in hhdu. and cases of ona
dozen each. Bontbon Whiskey m barre!s*and case* ot
one dozen each.
■Jamaica" and "St. crotm Bum" in hhda. and
cases of onq dozen each.
Madeira, Sherry andPort Wines.
More than twenty different grades, in halves, qnar
tors and eighth casks, also in cases ot one dosen
"Hock, Champagne, Moselle nnd Clnre*
From Peter Arnold Knmm In Cologne, proprietor ot
Joannisbnrg estate; J. H. D. Becker A Fila - ; EechO’
cancer, Benecke A Cos., Bordeaux Barton A GuesUn.
Bordeaux, and from ether well known house* in Ger
many and France. 4
Oils, Cordials, Saswkes. Brmaa. MuatAXD, Olivxs.
- years' buMaeea transactions with the
Southern States, with some of the largest and most
respectable deMera-toonld be rafficlent guarantee then
every article offered by thf advertiser for sale is pure
Samples can.be seen, and catalogue of prices oh