"pfpurturrof S«eam»h\p« and Nteiiiurr*.
rOB **W TOBk.
steamship America, Saturday, September ltth, al
4 oclook P- w- %
S:eamstiip Zodiac, Saturday, September 16th, at 4
Steamship Varuna, TUursday, September 21st, at
steamship Mmetonka, Thursday, September ITth,
jt _ o’clock.
Oak, Saturday, September 16th, at 6 p. m.
Steamer E. M. Cook, will hare despatch.
'-.earner Wm. G. Gibbons, every Tuesday morning
a» 3 o’clock.
FOR FLORIDA. _
Steamer Fountain, every Saturday morning, at 9
tlie steamer L3ura, Capt. HtUer, Erwin 4 Hardee,
Agents, left there yesterday afternoon for Augusta
with a full freight.
PEBSO.NAL.-Hon. J. E. Broome, ex-Oovemor of
FiorUa. and Hon. R. M. T. Hunter, of Virginia, do
parted yesterday, l>er steamship Ariadne, for New
Y rk. _
DEFABXCBE of Steamships fob New York.—Yes
terdav afternoon the Pioneer -Line steamship Chase,
Capt. M. i- Rodgers, with a full freight and several
passengers, was cleared, for Now York by Messrs.
Hunter A Gammell,
Mr. John R. Wilder also cleared with a full freight
and many passengers, the coast line steamsltip
Ariadne, Capt. Powers.
The Coast Line Steamship Company, who have a
contract from Government, will, we learn, shortly
tive additional steamers on this line, which will
leave Savannah semi-weekly, every Thursday ami
Schooner Ann.vE. Sims.—This fine craft built in
this city by Capt. Rufus P. Hawkes, and owned by
Messrs. Charles L. Colby A Cos., merchants of this
city, was cleared yesterday for Jacksonville, Fla., by
Messrs. Colby 4 Cos. The cargo of the AimaTi. Sims
sas carefully selected for the Florida market. This
hnc little craft carries out assorted goods, and will
return with Sea Island cotton, hides, beeswax. In
fact all the prpducw of the “Land of flowers.” May
success attend the Anna E. Sims and her enterpris
ing owners. > .
Francis L. Gce A co.*-It Is with pleasure and
no coldness or frigidity on our part that we In
form the public that Capt. Francis L. Gne, long
known as the chief book-keeper of John W. Anderson
A- Sons, and Mr. Lawreflce Elppman, son of our es
teemed fellow citizen Mr. Joseph LlpmEn, have as
sociated themselves in the Ice business under the
name, firm and-atyle of Francis L. Gue A Cos.
Messrs. Gue A C'o., have had thoroughly repaired
the old “Rihero” Ice House,on Congress Street Lane,
near Whitaker street, and will be ready for business
in a few days.
Promotion,— lt Is with pleasure that wc notice that
Mr. Robert H. Lewis, Purser of the steamer Gen.
Berry, and son of Col. Jno. N. Lewis of our city, Is ap
pointed by Messrs. Chas. L. Colby 4 Cos., their wharf
Agent at Augusta.
' Messrs. Maudet and Wright, the Agents of Messrs.
Colby 4 Cos., at Augusta, by a steady Increase of busi
ness were compelled to employ In their Shipping and
Forwarding department a man thoroughly compe
ten’, they therefore selected Mr. Lewis, .who is a com
petent business man. Mr. John A. I,ewis brother of
Mr. Robt. H. Lewis, succeeds bint as Purser of the
Brutal Mcbpef—A brutal and most atrocious
murder was combatted In this city on Wednesday
uight last, a few minutesuifter nine o’clock.
A colored man residing in Congress street lane,
weut to the pump, at the junction of Broughton'
and Habersham streets. After cuing his bucket and
returning home, !i soldier, as Is supposed, dressed In
tire uniform of a cavalryman, halted him and search,
ed him for arms or other weapons. The negro es
caped and ran for his home, which Is in Congress
street lane, between Habersham and Lincoln streets
the soldier following to the Fruit Store of Joshua
Ricks, (colored) on the south-west comer of Haber
sham and Congress street, which he entered. Imme
diately upon entering the store he exclaimed, “what
are you d—n negroes doing in here,” and raising hl6
carbine, fired. The.ball struck Wm. McAllister (col
ored) on the left breast, passing entirely through Ills
ieft lung and his body. In passing out, tne bal]
struck the head of a soldier of the 103d United states
colored l oops, Inflicting a slight injury.
The murderer, after committing this act, llred one
shot In the street and then ran away.
•The uall discharged from what is believed to be a
Spencer carbine Is conical In form, and lodged In the
orlck wall of the store McAllister, when shot was
standing, and the colored soldier sitting.
iiicAlllater Is well Known In this city as the confi
dential servant and carriage driver of Mrs. Maty
Lavender, who raised William from a child ; all who
were acquainted with the deceased give him an ex
cellent character. He was honest and obedient, a
strift Christian In every respect.
William, from his wound lingered until yestqjday
morning, when he breathed his last.
Cargo Sale.—Messrs. Bell, Wylly £ Christian sold
at auction yesterday the entire cargo of the British
sloop Sylva, from St, George’s, Bermuda. The fol
lowing were the prices realized. At the sale was a
good attendance, and in some Instances the bidding
was very spirited.
10 barrels crash sugar, 19?£c.; Bdo mess beef, sl2 ;
I do pork, S2O 50 ; S bags black pepper, 33c.; 11 qaar
chests green tea; 37 K a 55c : 45 quarter chests black
tea, 36c.; 6 boxes pickles—2l dozen, $4 50 ; 12 kegs
soft soap, per lb.' 7Mc.; 3 barrels lard old, per gallon;
$1 55; 2 do. palat oil, per gallon, $1 30 ; 11 cases sar
dines, per dozen, $3 00 ; 10>4 dozen canned meats,
per dozen,’ $4 80 ; 34 dozen canned soups, per doze n
$1 60; 17 dozen cans assorted Jellies, $5 62; 8M doz.
cans assorted catsup, $2 ; 10 dozen olives, assort and
sizes, $2 67K as4; 12 dozen cans milk, pints, $4 20 ;
8 dozen Jar, table salt, $1 05; 5 bales heavy Dundee
-20 casks Jeffreys & CO, bottled ale, quarts, per doz.,
$0; 16 casks Jeffreys 4 Cos., bottled porter, quarts,
per dozen, $6 ; 60 cases ale, pints, $1 05 ; 1 pipe Hol
land gin, $3 70 ; 12 cases brandy, sl2 a sls.
36 cases superior olive oil, $5 50; 56 half bids. sup.
carb. soda, 112 lbs. each, 10c.; C barrels epsom salts,
4c.' 1 bucket pure Bermuda arrow root, 30c.
PRT GOODS AND CLOTHING.
l case gingham, 1594)4 yds., 37K ; 1 case dark
pilnts, 21c.; 1 bale muslin, 17c.; 2 bales blue cloth.
$1 10; lease black alpaca, 33c.; 1 case containing
*<s pcs Irish linen, per yard, 75ca92M ; linen hand
kerchiefs, per dozen, $8 ; 4 cases assorted viz ; 6 pcs
heavy linen, risking, 50c.; 13 pcs Tweeds, 47c.: 3 pc*
damask table.cloth, per yard, 48c., 5 pcs linen, r, 5c.;
II pcs linen diaper, per piece, $2 50; 6 pcs Victoria
plaids, 38c.; 20 pfcs blue alpaca, 41c.: 5 doz. linen
table cloths, $14.; 14 doz. silk handkerchiefs, $9 75 ;
6 pcs handkerchiefs, $5 70; C 4 dozen cotton hand
kerchiefs, $2 50 ; 13 dozen hair nets, $3; 142 gross
dress buttons, 9c.. 45 g. gross agate shirt buttons,
45c.; 1 g. g. pearl shirt buttons, $lO 80 ; 60 doz. spool
cotton, 40c.; 36 lbs. machine thread, 6214 c.; 6 lbs.
brown flax thread,. $1 75 ; 4 doz. papers pins, eoc.;
4 gross hat buckles ; 300 doz. L. C. handkerchiefs,
$1 25; 1 case 318 linen coats, $1 80; 1 trunk 218 as
sorted vests, $1 30; 10 bales 250 prs satinet pant3,
$2; 1 bale 25 prs bjue cloth pant3; $2 ; 1 case con
taining—s pcs 6-4 cloaking. 250)4 yds. 6c.; 36 Stella
shawls, $1 70; 100 pr woolen socks, 42 ; 2 pcs cassl
mereVK yds. 76c.; 15 doz. tooth brushes, $1 10.
. 2 cases fine combs— 3s34 gross, $9 ; 1 case tooth
brushes—4s doz., $2 60 ; 2 doz. French calf skins,
$33 ; 1 cssk shoe thread, 31c.; 1 case—eo doz. carpet
taeks, 35e. . ' '.
BEFORE LIEUT. COL. M. T. HOLBROOE.
Savannah, Sept. 14, 1864.
Morris O’Counell, Agent, vs. Michael Broderick—
Recovery of rent. Plaintiff having lulled to make
cut his chse, upon motion of defendant’s attorney,
the case was ordered to be dismissed, plaintiff pay-
Ing coats of suit.
J. D. Robinson, Agent, vs. Loretto Keebler—Re
covery of premises. It appearing from the evidence
In the above stated case that the premises occupied
by her were relumed to the owner, and It also ap
pearing that the defendant has paid no rent lor the
same since tbe Ist day of August, 1865, It Is ordered
that the defendant and all Inmates of the house va
eite tbe. smm o# vt Wore tbe 30th day of Septem
her, Inst., er be forcibly ejected therefrom at that
time by the Provost Marshal of the Sub-District of
’Thomas C. Ford and wife v». Michael J. Reilly,
Agent—FoesewtioD of premises, in Hie above staled
case it is ordered that the decision of the Provost
Court, Sub-District or Ogeccliee, be and the same Is
hereby affirmed *0 far as to require sat<FFord and
wife to deliver up the premises, the subject matter
of suit, to Michael 3- Reilly, as agent of M. A, Cohen
trustee for the’said M. J. Reilly aud wife, on or be
fore the 19th day ofcSepteuibcr inst., or they be for
cibly ejected therefrom by the Provost Marshal of the
Sub-District of Ogeechee ; and it is further ordered
that the said Thomas C. Ford and wife do pay iuto
the registry of this office the sum of #149 for rents
collected from said property, and the sum of $w for
the rent due for the house occupied by the said
Thomas C. Ford andwlfe. It Is aLso ordered that de -
fendant pay costs of suit.
M. A. Cohen, Trustee vs. Asa A. Davis—Recovery of
possession of premises. By consent of parties In this
case it Is ordered that Asa A. Davis do retain the
possession of the premises in dispute until the 20th
day of October next, and that he vacate the pre
mises at the time above mentioned, delivering up the
same to the said M. A. Cohen, Trustee. It is further
ordered that the plaintiff pay all costs of suit.
Thomas J. Walsh vs. Michael Brodrick—Recovery
of rent—claim SGo. In the above case ft is ordered
that judgment I* entered up against the defendant
in the sum of SOO, and $2 SO.costs of court, and that
defendant liquidate his Indebtedness on or before the
first day ofc December next.
The Fnited States by William Wray vs. Samuel
Miller (colored) —Stealing two Bay Horses from Mr.
Wm. Gamble, In Jeuterson county—plea not guilty.—
It appearing that the defendant was arrested by In
formation received that he had stolen two bay horses
the property of Mr. Gamble, of Jeffeiaon county,
which ssjd horses were pointed out by him to
Mr. Wra. Wray after his arrest, aud it appearing fully
from the examination of witnesses that he Is guilty
of the offence with which he Is chaiged. It Is or
dered that he be closely confined in the common jail
of Chatham county; for the term of twelve months
from this date and lie thereafter discharged.
OFFICE PROVOST MARSHAL, SUB-DIVISION OF THE
OUEECU^E—BEFORE CAPT. SAM’L COWDKY, PROVOST
Savannah, Sept. 14, iB6O.
J. R. Turner vs. James Reddy (colored)—claim for
possession of wagon. It appearing that the de fen
dant James Reddy is now In possession of the wag
on in question, and that the same Is hired from Wm'
Colson (colored,) who purchased the same from Mrs"
Gatley on the 25th of March 1865, and it appearing
that the said Mrs. Gariy held the same, prior to date
of its loss by Mi's. J.R.Turner,it Is ordered on mo tlon
of Col. A. W. Stone that the case be discharged.
United States vs. Isaac Bugner (colored.)—Theft.
Being previously sentenced to three months lmpris.
onment by Provost Court, and the evidence now
tending to convict him of stealing horses, and taking
the same from Augusta to Savannah, it is- or"
ordered that he be eofined In the county jail for six
Robert Mahon (colored,) vs. Peter Haywood (col'
ored,) cutting and striking at Robert Mahon, in a
state of intoxication on the liight of Sept. 13th, 1865
Plea guilty. Sentence to one month imprisonment
in the county jail. The court is thus lenient lu this
case on account of tire defendant’s previous good
PULASKI HOUSE, SEPTEMBER 14,1865.
W Haas, Quincy, Fla iTlios Duncan Central R It
S M Harrington, IT M Sniter, do
Mobley Pond Mrs Leach. New York
.1 T C Johnson, Florida E M Hulk ley. str Zodiac
Quinn Bass, do L Bashinskl, Georgia
0 W Shier, .Augusta O W Castner, str Fountain
P McGowan, Louisville Wm Rose, city
D P Brown, Cool Springs B A Whipple, Georgia
Alinuture Almanac—This Day.
Sun rises 6 43! Moon rises 1 48
Sunsets 6 7|High water 4 9
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Thursday, Sept? 14 1865.
Hr Brig Aurow, Cashan, St Johns, New Brunswick
—Francis L Gue 4 Cos.
Imports.— 22T tons rice, 90,000 coder shingles, 6,000
feet spruce lumber, 90 kits mackerel, and sundry kits
salt-water trout, and other goods.
Schr Sarah Mills, Tuttell. New York—general cargo
Steamer Samson, Dennette, Fort Pulaski.
Close’s flat from Augusta, with 43 bales UDland
cotton, to C L Colby A Cos. 1
Kettrick’s flat from Augusta, with 192 bales Upland
cotton, to Y oung 4 Stewart, and C L Colby 4 Cos.
Stalling’s flat, No 2, Ramsey. Augusta— l 39 bales
Upland cotton, 28 do Sealslaud do, to Hunter 4 Gam
mell, Richardson 4 Martin, Brady 4 Smith, Shuster
Smith’s flat from Augusta, with 42 bales Vplaud
cotton, to Brady 4 Smith.
Pioneer Steamship Chase, Rogers, New York—Han
ter 4 Gammell.
Exports.—s6s bales Upland cotion, 127 do domes
tics, 9do Sea Island cotton, 16 boxes dried fruit, 1
cask do. 20 kegs potash.
Passengers.—N Simon, O W Watkins, W Fraley,
H Ashhr, U S Farley and wjfe, A Stamm, T E Bene
dict, A Harlg, Mrs U H Miller and three children, Mrs
Fitzgerald and daughter, Miss L J Reed, Mrs M Mc-
KUiop and child. J S CroWbll.
Steamship Ariadne, Powers, New Y'ork—John R
Exports— 749 bales Upland cotton, 119 bales Sea
Island do, 78 do domestics, 30 packages merchandize.
Passengers.—H Everson, A Woodruff, jr, w c
O’Driscoll, Hon J E Broome, M J Cone, H R Teasdule,
P Peterman, F Middleton, Mrs Middleton, J F Uam
moc and lady, MaJ J Cunningham, J L Stewart, W H
Rigby, J W Nlblo, J McElrath, J llenrv, H Harden, J
B Northrupp, F M Hamlin, C Battles, Hon R M T
Hunter, C Crlpper, A lugersoll, Mrs Ells, Mrs Strous.
Schr Anna E Sims, Blois, Jacksonville, Fla, with a
general assorted cargo, by O L Colby 4 Cos.
Schr Ruth H Baker, Smith, New York—C L Colby
4 CO. .
Schr Witch Queen, Percival, Boston—Richardson 4
Steamer Island City, Ketcbum, Parachucla, 8 C.
Steamer Rockland, Bamford, Doctortown—Gull
lame 4 Cos.
Steamer Emllie, Bender, Fort Pulaskj.
Steamer Helen Getty, Ingraham, Palatka, Fla, L S
Steamer Resolute, Spregg, Hilton Head.
Steamer Samson, Dennette, Fort Pulaski.
LIST OF VESSELS IN THE PORT OF
Savannah, Sept. 14,1865.
Trladness, Powers, dtsc’g. New York, J R Wilder.
Brig Aurora, (Br.j , from Halifax, N 8, 378 tons
—discharging foot of Barnard stree—F L Gue 4 Cos.
Fannie, Crooker, Philadelphia—foot of Gas House
Hill—Hunter 4 Gammell.
SaraluMllls, 153 tons, from New York—discharging
foot of Barnard street.
Lottlelkaits, (3 masted) Endieott, dise’g.
B I, Sherman, (3 masted) in distress,
Schr Wm F; Stevenson, Threadcraft, 45, from Ma
tanzas —discharging at dock foot, or Barnard Street-
juice flora, (Bij Knowles, from Nassau—waiting
at Lower Rice Mill—Bell, Wylly 4 Christian.
Brig Regatta, Slanley—waiting—Jos Lippman.
Br Sloop Sylvia, Brown, from Bermuda—discharg
ing at wharl foot of Barnard street.
SADDLERY, HARNESS, H
Wtt. H. MAY,
Sign of the, Saddle,
CORNER BRYAN AND WHITAKER BW.
SADDLES, HARNESS, TRUNKS
And all kinds of
Stretched Leather Belting.
6 r^ P iS n*.^?, rtmcnt WILLOW WAR?, such as
MARKET BASKETS, CLOTHES BASKETS,CHAIRS
know?to ttda toe«rbSsS!U* lecUon ° f ***
Thankful tor past fardrs, the advertiser would re
spectfully solicit a continuance of the tame.
The Wisconsin Republican State Con
vention.—Madison, Wis., Sept. 7.—The Re- I
publican Convenfion to-day nominated Chat. !
R. Gill for attorney general. The Conven
tion adhered lo the majority report, laying
the minority report, advocating negro ’sul
frage, on the table. The Convention ad
joflrncd sine dit. - *
Headquarters Sub-District of Ogeechee i
Savannah,Ga., Sept. 13,1865. j
No. 20. I «
On and after til is dale articles in the Public
Market of this city will be sold at the following
“prices. Persons violating this order, will be
reported to this office and summarily dealt
By command of
Bvt. Major Gen. J. M. BRAN NAN.
Wm. H. Folk, Ist Lieut, and A. A. A. G.
Fresh Beef, Ist cut, per fb 20
Fresh Beef, 2d cut, per 1b.... 15
Country Dried Beef. - 15
Country Cured Beef. 15
Jerked Beef. * 10 to 15
Veal, per lb 20
Mutton, per lb 20
Liver, per lb ?. 15
Fresh Pork, per ib -25
Bass, per lb, ‘ 15
Drum per lb 15
Fresh Water Trout 15
Salt “. “ 16
Mullet, large size, per bunch....... 40
Mullet, smali size, per hunch 25
Brim, per bunch of five 25
Perch, per bunch of five 40
Suckers ; 25
Codfish, per lb "... 10
Shrimp, per quart, 15
Crabs, each 1 3
Sturgeon, per lb 7
Sausages, Fresh pork 40
Bacon, per lb., from 20 to 25
Butter, per lb .*. 40 to 50
Clams per bushel 2 00
Cabbages, each, from 10 to 30
Turnips, per bunch 10
Tomatoes per quart 20
Okra, per quart 10
Sweet Potatoes, per bushel 3 00
Irish Potatoes, per bushel 1 50
Green Corn, each 2
Water Melons, from.... 15 to 50
Apples per bushel 3 00
Peaches per bushel 3 00
Honey, per lb 15
Ducks, per pair... 2 00
Turkeys, each, frofckx $2 to 2 50
Geese, per pair 2 00
Fowls, grown '. $ 1 to 1 25
Half G rown Fowls 75
Spring Chickens, perpair.....' 50
Spring •Chickens, 2d size.. 40
Eggs, per d0zen....:.., 50
HEADQRS DIST. OF SAVANNAH,)
Ist Division Dep’t of Georgia, v
Savannah, Ga , Sept. 13, 1865.)
General Orders, I N
No; 25. I
All applications made by persons within
the boundaries of this District of permits, to
retain fire arms, in compliance with Provost
Marshal General Orders No. 3,-dated Head
quarters Department of Georgia, Augusta,
Ga., September Ist, 1865, will be forwarded
by (be Assistant Provost Marshals, to whom
they are presented, to their respective Sub-
District Commanders, giving in the endorse
ment the status of the applicant.
By command of
. Bvt Major Gen. J. M. BRANNAN.
Will A. Coulter, Bvt Major and A. A G.
sepl4 * 2
Office of street commissioner,)
Savannah, Ga., Sept, 16. 1865. f
The owners of the following described animal wifi
call at this office, prove property and pay expenses on
or before the close of Saturday, the 16th Inst., or Ihe
same will bo sold or turned In for Government use,
One Sorrel Mare.
, In public pound since Sept, 7th, 1865.
EDW’ARD A. PARKINSON,
sepl4-3 Capt. and street Commissioner.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
No, 111 Bay street.
SAVAKNAH, . GEORGIA.
We respectfnlly call the attention of the public to
the facilities which we have for doing all kinds of
THE BEST PRESSES
For doing all kinds of work, and we keep them in
good repair. We employ only
FIRST CLASS PRINTERS
OF LONG EXPERIENCE AND TRIED ABILITY.
New Printing Materials
From the Best Northern Foundries, to which we are
constanriy making additions.
We are prepared to execute orders for
PLAYBILLS. . .
BILLS OF FARE,
DUOL'ICoa V 7UIL».h
Or any other kind of PRINTING—in ant sttlb.
We have a
Fine Assortment of Inks
PRINTING IN COLORS.
ORDERS BY HAIL OR EXPRESS
Will receive prompt and c* refill attention, and the
work wilfto forwarded
FREE OF CHARGE FOR TRANSPORTATION.
We endeavor to do all onr work well, and to give
complete satisfaction to onr customers.
Are as low as the present high cost of stock, mate
rial, labor and Hying will admit of, and are below the
Increased rates which role In other line* of business.
* S. W. MASON & CO.,
1H Bay Street, SsTfissab, Gewgia.
BATCHBLOR’S HAZS. DTE !
The Original and Best in the World! The only true
and perfect Hair Dye. Harmless. Reliable and Instan
taneous. 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
gists. The genuine is signed William A. Batchelor.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEURS,
For Restoring and Beautifying the Hair,
anli-ty CHARLES BATCHELOR. New York.
WANTED TO PURCHASE,
OR KEEP FOR HIS FEED, w good Horae that
will Work in single harness. Must be gentle.
seps N. A. HARDEE 4 CO.
TWELVE ABLE BODIED MEN, to cut wood, drive
team, and manage a flat. For further particulars
B. F. ULMER,
scpli Corner Broughton and Price streets.
BY a Lady, a situation as TEACHER in a School or
family. Is experienced In the English b* (inches
Address Teacher, Herald office. aep9-lw
TWO Slores on Anderson’s npper wharf. No. 1»6 and
1 196 Bay Greet. Possession given immediately.
Apply nt the Corner of Bay and Barnard street.
rflWO LARGE LOFTS, suitable for a Wholesale
- 1 Business, in a good location. Possession given
Inquire at this office. sepl4-2
A BAKERY with apparatus complete pertaining to
the bneßiess. Also, rooms suitable for a lanSlv,
with a stable attached
. Inquire at
sep!2 6t Bryan Street. -
Offices to Let.
TWO ROOMS TO LET, SUITABLE FOR
Apply at the • HERALD OFFICE.
Cellar to Let.
TO LET, A LARGE CELLAR, SUITABLE FOR
Apply at the HERALD OFFICE.
ROOMS TO LET,
At Hilton X-load, S. 0.,
THE Palmetto Heruld Building having been Newly
ii ll r oVP’ . now offers large and airy rooms,suita
ble for Sleeping Apartments or bnslncss purposes.
For terms apply to W. S. Sampson, Jr., on the prem
ises, corner of Merchants’ Row and Palmetto Avenue,
from 4 o to 6 o’clock p. m iu 22
LINVILLE. & GLEASON.
IWIERRiTT, WALCOTT & CO.,
64 Conrtlaiidt Street, New York.
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHEBS,
Bridge, tar, Slip or Bans Hoot,
SETT SCREWS, COICH OR U« SCREWS.
Hot and Cold Pressed Nuts,
ROUND AND SQUARE WABHIRI,
Tnmbucklea, Bolt Ends, Taps
and Dies, &c.
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.
COAL OIL, TALLOW, WASTE FELTING, HEMP.
AND RUBBER PACKINGS LAMPS, PAINTS,
VARNISH, *O.: ENGINEERS’ TOOLS,
of every description: CHIPPING
AND RIVETING HAMMERS,
SCREW PONCHEB, FILES,
WIRE, INSULATORS, BATTERIES, IN
STRUMENTS, ACIDS, SULPHATE
Also Manufacturer* of the
BEST- OAK TANNED BELTING.
MACHINERY, LATHS* PLANERS,
DRILLS, PUNCHES AND SHEARS,
STEAM ENGINES, STATION
ARY AND PORTABLE
BRINCKERHOFF & MILLS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN TEAS. Orders for
fill kinds of Tens, in nnj r sized packages de
sired, filled at the lowest market price*. Parties or
dering will please send remittances. Terms cash.—
Southern Prpducc received and sold on commis
sion. Will also receive deposits of money for dis
bnrsement, • .
No. ITT Pearl street, near Waif, New York.
sepl lm .
For sale Y»j-
N. A. HARDEE & CO.
•WHOLESALE Bnd Retail Dealer In Tinware,
TV Moves and Stove Pipes. Also, Roofing, Gut
tering and Repairing done at tbe ahorteat notice.
Northwest corner of St. Julian street
seps-lm and Market Square,
WILLIAMS, M INTIRE & CO.
ITAITNQ assortst«t Col. Robt. P. York with them
H in business, under the firm name of York, Wll
llaroe, Mclntire * Cos., ere now prepared with am pie
storage accommodations to receive any end all con
signments, with roome for those who- desire to look
after sale* of their own goods, and will give prompt
personal attention to all interest! entreated to their
Regular sale days in front of store on Bay street—
Tuesdays and Fridays.
Night sales at store on Bronghton street will com
mence on let October.
Consignments 0 f all kinds are respectfully solicited
_ AUCTION SALES.
Will sell THIS DAY, at 10 o’clock, at the Oeorgla
20 Bales Loose Cotton, more or less,-
Damage on the paseage’ from Augusta, aud sold tor
account of the Underwriters and all concerned.
Terms Cash. aeptr,
Will sell on SATURD AY, Sept. 16th, at IO o’clock, at
hie lower store,
200 jtegs Nails,
Damaged on board of brig Fanny, on her voyage
from Philadelphia to Savannah. Sold for account of
Underwriters and all concerned.
Terms Cash. m «cpls-2
Will sell on FRIDAY, September 15th, at Ift o’clock,
at the Georgia Steamboat Yard,
30 Bales Cotton,
Damaged on the voyage from Anguata. Sold for ac
count of Underwriter and all concerned.
Terms cash. • aepl4-2
By York, Williams, Mclutire' & Cos.
Will be aold on TUESDAY, 19th In front of Store. 166
Sundrv articles nf Honaeholdand Kitchen Furni-
Pitt beloncm6 10 thc eßtate of the late Thomas J.
Sold per order of the Adralnintrator and by permit)-
alon of the Honorable the Court of Ordinary of
Chatham county. &pi
YORK, WILLIAMS. McINTIRE & CO.,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
CONSIBNMINTB OF COTTON AND LUMBER
References in Savannah—Brigham. Baldwin 4 Cos. •
Krwun 4 Uacdec, Gndcn 4 Uncklea, Isaac D. La-
Roche, Esq ; Illrnm Roberts, E q.; Wylly Wood
bridge, Esq.: Hunter 4 Gammell; L C. Norvcll 4
References in New York—Messrs. Samuel T. Knapp
4 Bro.; D. H, Baldwin 4 Cos. unSC-codlm
Bull Street, Corner of Bay Lane,
BACK OF THE POST OFFICE.
KTHAXr NOVELiS. )
Just Received at the above Depot a fnrther supply of
DENIS DONNE, a Novel, by Annie Thomas. Price
BELIAL, a tfovel. Price fiO cents.
CHRISTIAN’S MISTAKE, by the author of John
Halifax, Gentleman. Price 75 cent*.
THE ROGUES AND ROGUERIES OF NEW YORK,
Price 35 cents.
HARPER’S MONTHLY, GODEY’S LADY’S BOOK’
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, 4c., for September.
The usual assortment of
Northern Dailies and Weeklies
Received by Every Steamer,
KEr OF HEAVEN,
STAR OF BETHLEHEM,
WAY TO HEAVEN, '
GATE OF HEAVEN,
FLOWERS OF PARADISE,
For sale by
Savilie & Leach,
Timber Cutters’ Bank.
aep4-tf Cor. Bryan street and Market Square.
BOORS FOR GHILDREN.
Youths’ Pictorial Library,
Marla Edeworth’e Early Leseons,
• Tales and Stories Worth Telling,
Little Frankie Stories,
Yonng People’s Library,
t Salt Water Tales,
Uncle Sam’s Library,
The Robin Nest Stones,
Boqnets for Children,
Mount Vernon Juveniles,
Six Pleassnt Companions,
Merry Tales and Stories for Young Folks,
The Juvenile Library,
The Jewel Caae,
Sea and Land Stories,
The Dog Crusoe's Stories,
Molly and Klttjes Jnvenlles.
Savilie & Leach,
scp4-tf cnr. Bryan street and Market Square.
THE POETS IK BLUE AHD’ttOLD.
.Burns, , . *
. # Covrper.
Saville & Leach,
sep4-tf cor. Bryan street and Market Square.
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
SAVILLE & LEACH,
scp4-tf cor. Bryan street and Market Square.
Spellers, » .
Saville St Leach,
eep4-tf cor. Bryan street aacj Market Square.
' STAR LINE.
, FOR os f* * .
NEW Jjg|s YORK.
THB new and elegant fir*t class U. S. Mail Steam
• 4MEKKA Captain Oust, will possi
tively sail for the above port on
Saturday, Sept, ißth, at 4 o’clock p. m.
For flight or passage, having splendid accommo
dations, apply to
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN 4 CO.
sep!4 Stoddard's Building, opp. Post Office.tj
FOR NEW YORK.
THE new and elegant first class
I rr U. S. Mall Btcnmabtp ZODIAC,
Capt. Buckley, will positively sail for
sBEsSSvr the above port on
Saturday, Sept. 16th, at 4 o’clock p. tn.
For freight of passage, having splendid accommo
dations, apply to
HUNTER 4 GAMMELL,
FOR NEW YORK
STAB Jlr LINE.
The first class U. S. Mall Steamships
- - - Capt Cabtentsb.
YJiGIKS STATES. . . ... Capt. Shabe.
AMERICA. ■ - - . - - Capt. Cmft
CONSTITUTION capt. uaitmiAii.
Thc above ships compose the Line, and will sail
from New York and Savannah every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN 4 CO, Agents.
WAKEMAN, GOOKIN 4 DICKINSON, Agents,
IT Broadway, New York.
trtv THE Al American Ship NEW ENGLAND,
•Stjgv Hodge, Master, having a large portion of
Syher cargo engaged will be ready to receive
* fesa * C argo at Lower Hydraolic Preas on the 18th
For freight or passage apply‘to *
sepl4-tf BRIGHAM, BALDWIN 4 CO.
THE undesigned Intend to keep np a regular week
ly line of first cla«s Sailing Vessels plying be
tween Savannah and the above port, with, superior
accommodations for passengers and the very best fa
cilities for delivering freight In good older,at low rates,
with promptness and despatch. Particular attention
given to forwarding goode from New York.
- CHARLES L. COLBY * CO.,
ftnlS cor. Bay and Ahercorn streets.
Merdiants’ Line. of Sailing Vessels
FOR. NEW YORK.
THE fine Clipper Bark IDA KEMBALL, Gossllng,
Master, win have quick despatch for the above
port. Apply to
sepG-tf CHAS. L. COLBY 4 CO,
The Steamer Laura,
WITH TWO fLATC,
Will have IMMEDIATE DESPATCH lor Augusta,
leaving Dillon's Wharf This Afternoon, at 0 o'clock,
«epl4 EffWIN 4 HARDEE.
Via Darien, Brunswick, St. Mary’s, Fer
nandina, Jacksonville and FTt-olata.
fflHEnewand fast steamer FOUNTAIN, Capt O
A W. Cabtkeb, will leave ra above on SATURDAY,
the 16th inat., at 9 o'clock a.m.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, at Padlel
ford’a-Wharf near White’s Central Cotton Press or to
M. A. COHEN, Agent.
Freight payable on Wharf.
Shippers will furnish weights and measurement of
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
fk 4UE notified that Goods will be received at our
JX Warehouse, on Dillon’s Wharf, at any time du
ring the week. ERWIN 4 HARDEE.
CONNECTING WITH ATLANTIC AND
GtLF R. R. FOR THOMASVILLE.
THE -Light Drangbt Steamor WM. G. GIBBONS,
Capt. Phllpot, 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 sa follows;
SAVANNAH EVERY TUESDAY.
_ . DOCTORTOWN EVERY THURSDAY.
Freight receipted for through to any point on Rail
road between Doctortown and Thomusvllie
Freights payable here.
. m ERWIN 4 HARDEE.
JOHN L. ROUMILLAT,
angfil-lm Agent on Wharf.
FREIGHT FOR AUGUSTA.
And Forwarded Semi-Weekly#
Per STEAMER AMAZON, Capt. R. Join-son
Per STEAMER LAURA, Capt. Enwxan Hili.er.
Having a commodions Warehouse on Dillon's Wharf,
wo are prepared to receive freight as above.
Dne notice will be given ofthe days of departure
of each steamer.
ERWIN 4 HARDEE.
JOHN L. ROUMILLAT.
» nlB Itu Agent on Wharf.
Who have not paid their bills tor
Due on thc Ist lust, are notified that the bills nm’l he
paid on or before Friday the 16th fnst. After this
date thc flow of Gas will r>c stopped on all defaulters
without farther notice.
sepl3-3 W. F. HOLLAND. Acc’t.
THE Twenty-eighth Annual Seesloh opens OCTO
BER 2d. 1805. The Faculty Is complete. The
rate* for the First Term, which ends December 31st,
are as follows:
Regular Tuition In College Classes S3O 00
Regular Tuition in Preparatory Class 22 00
French, (optional) .... 15 60
Music, (optional), with useof Instrument 33 to
Board, Including Washing. Lights, and Fuel 90 00
To be paid in advance, fn currency or its equivalent.
.T. M. BONNELI* President.
Macon, Qa. ail23-lawt6oct
Rt H, ALLEN & Cos.,
WO Ac 101 WATER ST.,
AND MACHINERY IF.AII KINDS,
Small Tools/or the Farm and Garten, such as Spades,
Slumelf, Hoes, Forks, Rakes, <tc„ and/or Grass
Hooks, Scythes. Scyth-Stones, and Amicul
tural Hardware In general.
We offer, also, a large Maortment of our own mann
fsctifte of Hay Cutters, Coffee and Grain MiUa, Sugar
Mills for Grocers' use. Store Trucks of various pat
terns, Road Scrapers, Wheelbarrows. Ac.
Fertllllzera of all kinds, such bs Coe,’s Superphos
phate ot Lime, pure Ground Bone, Peruvian Guano,
Every valuable American and Foreign variety of
Vegetable, Flower a*d Grate Seed and Field Grain that
baa proved worthy of cultivation, grown and selected
expressly for onr trade.
sates made In bulk, per pound or bushel, orin small
packets, for retailing, by, the hundred or thousand.
«epl2-Jfiw-8 8 0
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, >
m.. connecting with* r 2 r it 4i.
Station Central RaffiM? Between
Augusta and Savannah Raih^ 1 W * rne * boro 011 tke
Passengers by thiq line willarH.. . _
next morning after leaving Savannah'?,, **?
breakfast and connect
tram for Atlanta; <i ' or ßv* Railroad
GEO. W ADAMS
SUP s^? T^rDBNT ’S OFFICE, »
Freight for »*• 18«6.r
low 4 V; Central Railroti Station* be
and Augusta, Angnsm aid ’ v »y?**boro
on and after SamrdJyX
All way freight to be prepS 20,11 inet ’
By order of- _
n _„ GE P'W. ADAMS,
STEAMER WM. C. GIBBONS
Ch s and Freight
intermediatepoUjts! >omaSVil * < ' aDd
«t the Wrek
Acting President Atlantic* Gulf Railroad
• Sea Island Hoteir
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
Tuesday, June 20th, 1806. .
S?' T eitnated on the most desinihi*
spot on thc eastern bank of Hilton Head
nlfcfor C : a^May and “ Bne bathln K “
tfSftSSSt’SS? can 1 MMe£»£
Northern markets. Every effort will be made to rir*
all t s st thc most fiiatldions oan desire'
Bathing hofises WHTySIu,
Port • Roval House,
HILTON HEAD, S C.
RIDDELL 4 RUGG, PaoraiiTOna.
is. srpnxr.l.. „
, ... «. v, *poo.
ACADEMY OF ST. VIHCEHT OFPAUL
Savnnnnh, Georgia, ’
CONDUCTED BY THE
SISTERS OF MERCY
T U F. Fall Term of this Institution wUI reopen on
1R66 Sup,embl ' r 15| ’fi and close on February 16th,
andri^SfyTstl! ll commence on Febrnary 16th
‘ T Fnrffi£ llM ' l “ dln e Hoard, Taltion in
- snd nse 01 Be<l and Bed-
Tullion in French.'.'.'.'. .’. .'.' *52 2
do Music on Piano SIS
do Mnsteon Gnltar moo
do Crayon, Drawing and Painting in
_ . y** “ter C010r5............ on nn
Tmf ion in Oriental PHinting, per course " ‘ * TX
rio Wax Fruit and Mow.re
do Embroidery 7A XA
tbf^:s^oT nu ' aianapp,l ' to iie 2gs«7 "
ORIFFING, BROTHER 4 CO., PaommoM.
N E* 8 *w’ 80 CosC y riAND Srarrr.
Manufacturers of Plows, Harrows, StlHvftora,’cot
ton Sweeps, Com Mills, Cotton Gina 4c U
Every Implement wanted by the Planter Also,
dealera in Field and Garden Seeds. Alao, Agents for
Manure, Bone, 4e ’
Send for drenlar. . Ju2o 8m
to Cards Pocket Knives.
160 Boxes Herrings,
60 Kltto No. 1 Mackerel, *
6 Bbls Brown Sugar, •
2ft Boxe9 Assorted Pickles,
20 Hhds Choice Sides,
oS .. rto _ do Shoulders,
20 Nests Trunks.
26 Boxes Candles,
4", do Assorted Liquors in ; store and for sale
rep 12-4 t CRANB £GRAYBU U
T 1!? Nkdarsigned. agents for t£e Savannah Tow
_ , Company, aro noiv ready for towage of vea
39is of all deserlptionp.
RICHARDSON & BARNARD. *
Bay Street, Opposite Manner’s Church
M UULLfIUGirS LEAD CO.,
on hand, their well known
Drop Shot, Lead Pipe, Bock Shot, Sheet
Lead and Bar Lead,
Which they offer for sale at the loweet market prices..
Orders solicited, and shipments promptly attended
“V SOL7BO wor.ru,”
*8 Beaver Street, New York.
Offersfor sale of his own importations, In bond and
duty paid, the largest stock of Wines, liquors, Ac., of
any other bouse in this country, comprising in part' of
Otard, Hennesy, Pinet Castillon, Mattel, Godard
Brandy, Rochelle Brandies in half, quarter, and eighth
casks: also Otard and Ronyer, Laforrelere and Fila
Brandy, In cases of one dozen each.
Udolpho Wolfe’s Schiedam in pipes. Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps, in bond and duty paid, In -risen nf
one dozen quarts and two doxen pints.
“Whiskey and Rum."'
Scotch and Irish Whiskey, in fihd* and *-***> of one
dozen each Bourbon Whiskey In barrels and cases of
one dozen each.
“ Jamaica " and "St. Croix Rum" In hhda. and
cases of one dozen each. *
Madeira, Sherry and Fort Wines.
More than twenty different grades, In halves, qnar
tera and eighth casks, also In cases of one doxen
“Hock, Champagne, Moselle and Claret
■ Wines.” .
From Peter Arnold Mnmm In Cologne, proprietor of
Joannisburg estate; J. H. D. Becker A PBa; Sacha
nencer, Benecke k Cos., Bordeaux Barton k Guestln.
Bordeaux, and from other well known boose* In Ger
many and France.
Oils, Coedizi.s, Sxudiuzs, Brrrixa, Mcstabo, Olivia,
Bexkdv, Pszszbvxs, Ad
Twenty-five years’ business transactions with the
Southern States, with some of the largest and most
respectable dealere,«hould be aufflclent guarantee that
every article offered by tbe advertiser tor sale Is pore
and genuine. -
samples can be seen; and catalogue of prices oh
talne’d, by addressing tbe above. aogthjg