Savannah daily herald. (Savannah, Ga.) 1865-1866, September 20, 1865, Image 3
LOJ A L MATT EK S. Departure of Steamship, und Mranun. FOB NEW YOKE. steamship Yanina, Thursday, September gist, at _ o'clock. steamship Nevada, Saturday, September 2*id. at o’clock. Steamship Perlt, Tnursday. September 21st, at o'clock. Steamship Constitution, Wednesday, September 20tb, at SA o’clock a. m. FOB PHILADELPHIA. Steamship Minetouka, Thursday, September 21st, a t o’clock. TOR ACGCSTA. Steamer Oak Wednesday, September emit,, at 6 p m Steamer H. M. Cool, will have despatch steamer Helen, Wednesday, September 20th at T a m FOB rOCTOBTOWN Steamer Wm. 0. Gibbons, every Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. 5 FOB FLORIDA. Steamer Fountain, every Saturday morning, at * o clock. Frou WilmisoxOS, chapj.eston.Etc.—The steam er James Christopher, Capt. Martin, from Wilming ton via Georgetown and Charleston, arrived yester day morning about eleven o'clock. We are Indebted to Mr. James Bagley, Chief Engineer of the James Christopher, for late Wilmington and Charleston pa pers The attention of our readers Is Invited to the ad vertisement of Messrs. Wm. H, Sherwood 4 Cos., Wholesale and Retail Grocers, in another column.— Messrs. Sherwood A Cos. have a well selected stock of Groceries and Llquots, which they offer at the lowest market rates. THE COURTS. erner provost stars a ai, sub-division of the OOEECHEE—BEFORE CAPT. SaM’L COWDRY, PROVOST harsh At Savannah, Sept. 19,1866 C. S. vs. Jesse Long (colored)— Stealing cotton plea not guilty. Sentenced to Imprisonment In the county Jail three montlts. C. S. vs. Charles Hudson—Stealing cotton. Wit ness for C. S., C. Carroll—plea not guilty. Sentenced to confinement in the county Jail three months. C. S. vs. M. Helmken.—Selling liquor to C. S. sol dlrs without license, September 16th. Witnesses for E. S., Harper and Beasley; witnesses for defendant Peter, HeiaklaU and Richard (all colored;—case dis charg'd, there being no poaltlve proofthat defendant sold liquor to any parties on the date stated, or that liquor 19 kept exposed for sale. C. 9. vs. Julia Small.—Stealing cotton. Witnesses for U. S., Charles Farly and James Mac—plea, guilty. Sentenced to confinement In city guard house one month. U.S. vs Michael Shea.—Drunktnaess—flea, guilty. Fined SlO. C. S. ys. Gabriel Garvin (colored.)—Being out after 9 p m.—plea, guilty. Sentenced to Imprisonment for two months In the county jail. C S. vs. Peter Mac.—Fighting—plea, guilty. Sen tenced to Imprisonment In guard house on* 1 mouth. U. S.vs. B. FlcKling.—Lighting street lamp without authority, case discharged. U S. vs. Peter Brown.—Stealing cotton—plea not guilty. Wittesses for C. 8., Chaa. Farally and Samuel Mac. Sentenced to confinement In city guard house three months. „ U. S. vs. Buiah Clualiman (colored.)—Assault and battery—plea not guilty. Fined *25 U.S. vs. John J. Moseney.—Drunkenness—plea, guilty. Fined *lO. C. 8. vs. Theodore Basch.—False witness. Witness tor C. S., Richard (colored.) Fined $lO. U. S. vs. tv. H, Harrison (colored.)—Assault and battery—plea, guilty. Fined sloo or six months im prisonment In the county Jail. COL. M, T. HOIBBOOK’B COURT. Savannah, Sept. 19, 1866. Mrs. Marla Berge vs. Joseph W. Phillips.—Re covery of premises. It appearing upon the exami nation or the witnesses that the party defendant Is a monthly tenant, and not a yearly one, and It further appearing that he has had ample notice to vacate the premises of the plaintiff, located at the comer of Barnard and Jonea streets. It Is ordered that be de liver quiet and peaceable possession of the same on or before the Ist of Octobar, 1866, or be forcibly ejected therefrom by the Provost Marshall, of the Sub-District of the Ogeechee, and that he pay costs of suit The United State3 vs, Adamßrynan, colored Sergt- Cos. C, 103d U. 5. C. TANARUS., Assault and Batery.—Fran, els Jackson, prosecutor—plea not guilty, Judgment guilty. It appearing from the evidence in the above stated case, that the defendant has been guilty of an aggravated Assault and Battery, committed oh the 3d and 6th days of September, instant, upon the person of the prosecutrix. It Is ordered that the said Adam Brynan be reduced from the rank of Ssrgt. to a private soldier, and be closely confined in the common JaU of Chatham County for the full term of 3lx months, and that he wear a ball weighing twfin ty foui pounds attached to a chain six feet long on liis left leg during the above specified period. United States vs. Robert Jeucks (colored)—Assault and Battery, Moses Harris (colored,) prosecutor. It appearing from the evidence In the above stated case that the charge has been made out against the above named defendant. It la ordered that he be ffaed In tbe sum of twenty-five dollars, and In de fault ol payment he be confined In the County JaU for the space of thirty days. It is further ordered that the defendant pay the costs of suit. Shipping’ Intelligence. PORT OF SAVANNAH. Arrived. Tuesday, sept.», 1865. Arrived. Steamship James Christopher, Martin, from Wil mington, n. c,, via Georgetown and Charleston—to Master. Steamer Fannie, Lewis, Charleston, etc —C C Cam bridge Steamer Emilio, Bender, IHUoa Head. Cleared, Steamer Wm G Gibbons, FhUpot, Doctortuwn—Er "lu A Hardee. Steamer R H May, Jones, Augusta—F M Myreil. Steamer Resolute, Cannon, Hilton Head. Steamer Nantasket, Balsh, Beaufort. LIST OF VESSELS IN THE PORT OF SAVANNAH. Savannah, Sept. 19,18e5. steamships. Perit, Dellanoy—discarding, loot of Abercorn st. —Hunter 4 uaramell. Constitution, Greenmun, discg, foot of Lincoln st— Brigham, Baldwin 4 Cos. Varuna, Whitehurst, discharging at the wharf east cl Central Cotton Pre3s—John R Wilder. snirs. New England, Hodges, discharging ballast at eagles wharf, Hutchisons Island—Brigham, Baldwin BIUGS. Brig Aurora, (Br.t —, Uom Halifax, N S, 318 tons —discharging toot of Drayton strec—F L Gue 4 Cos. .Fanny, Crooker, Philadelphia—foot of Qas House Hill—Hunter 4 Gammed. Imogens, Saunders, 150, loading, Philadelphia, Union Ferry Wharf—L J Guilmartln 4 Cos. Burchard 4 Torrey, Hasklll, discg, Iron Steamboat Co's wharf—CUeeseman 4 Marshall. Regetta, Stanlev, waiting, Dry Dock wharf, Hut chison's Island—Jos Lippman, barks _ Iddo Kimball, Goslln, 625, loading for New Fork. Central Cotton Press—OL Colby 4 Cos, SCHOONERS. Sarah MUls, 163 ton3, from New York—loading— Hew Tork-Ewu, Koetchke 4 Cos. loaarng- Lottle Koitt, <3 masted) Endlcott, disc’s. Machine Shop, Eastern Wharves. * *" iuacume B L Sherman, (3 masted) In distress. BchrWm E Stevenson, Threadcraft 45 at dock foot of Barnard street—Master. ’ Wa t n *’ Alice Flora, (Br) Knowles, from Nassan-waiti n „ gt Lower Rice MiU-Bell, Wylly a Christian. Ung Mary Ann Emma, Cousins, 165, discg, Iron Steam boat Co’s wharf-Haywood, Gage 4 Cos. m SLOOPS. Brig Regatta, Stanley—waiting—Jos Lippman. Br Sloop 8/ivia, Brown, from Bermuda—discharg ing at wharf foot of Barnard street M. J. SOLOMONS, Commission Merchant, WLL attend to the Selling or Receiving and For warding all kinds of Merchandise. Produce, 4c Office for the proeent at the Drue store of J. Jt. Abraba ns & Cos. au2l-lm That uneasy and gurrulous Southron, Mr. Henry 8. Fooie, having got back to Tenues see, bv 9peda! favor of the President, is agaiu garrulous in the newspapers. Those who remember bU aspirations in the United States Senate, some ten or fifteen years ago may be glad to hear the pilch of bis pipe at the present hour. It is thus : “I preler to end our troubles at once by gmutiug the right of suffrage (to the freedmen.j What ever plausible objections may be presented to this measure, for" one, I prefer it to the longer continuance of the present distressing condition of affairs. I desite the early dis banding of the armies now occupying South ern territory. I desire the speedy and per feet reatorotion of civil authority everywhere I desire the immediate representation of ali the States of the South in the National Leg islature ; and having good reason to believe that these benefits will not be accorded to us until African suffrage is consented to, I am prepared to make the experiment at once.’’ FINANCIAL ANdTomMERCIAL. New York Money Market. Friday, Sept 15th. The market for gold to-day wa3 weaker, the clos ing sales at 143a143qt per cent. Exchange for the Irencli steamer to-morrow was dull at 109al09«on London for gold. The market for money easy at 5 per cent, to the Brokers. The Stock Exchange was weaker than yesterday, though the changes In prices are not im portant. The later advices from England and the Continent show steadiness In United States 5-20s at 69 per cent, sterling; greater ease for monev in Lon don, and firm markets for cotton, bread-stuffs and provisions. New York Markets. New York, Thursday, Sept. 14. Coffee—Has been In demand and firm, Including Java at 26c.a27c.; Rio at 18c.a22c.; Maracaibo at 19c a22/cc.; Laguayra at 21c.a22c.; St. Domingo at live. al"Mc.; NaUve Ceylon at 23c. per pound, In gold Sales 1,900 bags Rio. Cotton—Has been more sought after at rather firmer prices, Middling closing buoyantly at 45c.a 45Mc. per pound sales and resales since our last, 3,100 bales. The receipts at this port thus far In the current week have averaged 3,136 bales a dav,against dally sales and resales of about 2,925 bales.' Flour.—State and Western Flour has been In slack request, at a shade easier prices. Sales since our last amount to 8,000 bbls., iucludlug very inferior to choice Superfine State and western at $7 a $7 60 • poor to choice Extra State at $7 70 a $8 20, chiefly at *7 76 a $8 ; round-hoop extra Ohio, inferior to good shlpplug brands at $8 75 a $9 per pound. Superior State and Western $7 00 a *7 60 Extra State 770 a 8"0 Extra Illinois, Indiana. Michigan, 4c..!!. 7 86 a 11 00 Extra Ohio, round hoop, shlp'g brands. . 875 a 900 Extra Ohio trade and ramlly brands.. 9 10 all 00 Extra Genesee 8 35 a 11 00 Poor to choice extra Missouri 8 85 a 14 00 Southern flour tends downward. Sales since onr last, 600 bbls, at $9 30 a slo 50 for poor to good, and $lO 65 a sl4 for good to very choice extra brands per bbl. Canadian Hour Is steadily declining. Sales 800 bbls. Extra at $7 76 a sll per bbl. Rye flour rules quiet, Including superfine at $0 60 a $e 26 per bbl. Com meal Is In more deman at $4 75 for Western $4 75 lor Jersey, and $5 26 a $6 30 for Brandvwlne’ per bbl.; sales 950 bbls. Liverpo 1 Cotton Market—Sept. 3. Sales to-day 16,000 b ilea, Including 5,000 bales to spceuiators and exporters. The market Is firmer w.th an upward ten lency ; but quotations remain u ichanged. HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE, •No, 111 Bay Street, SAVANNAH,- GEORGIA. We respectfully call the attention of the pnblleto the facilities which we have for doing all kinds of JOB PRINTING. Wo have 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. We have New Printing Materials From the Beat Northern Foundries, to which we are constantly making additions We are prepared to execute orders for POSTERS, » PLACARDS, HANDBILLS, PROGRAMMES, ' PLAY BILLS. CIRCULARS, BILLS OF FARE, VISITING CARDS, WEDDING CARDS, ENVELOPES, TICKETS BUSINESS CARDS, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, DRAFTS, RECEIPTS. CHECKS, PASSES, LABELS. CONBTITUTI DNS BY-LAW? I, BALLADS. PAMPHLETS, CALENDARS, LEGAL BLANKS, SHIPPING BLANK 8 Or any other kind of PRINTING—in ui smi Wejhtve a -Fine Assortment of Inks rot. PRINTING in colons, ORDERS BY MAIL OR EXPRESS Will receive prompt and careful attention, and the work will be forwarded FREE OF CHARGE FOR TRANSPORTATION. We endeavor to do all our work well, and to give complete satisfaction to our customers. oxm PRICES Are as low as the present high cost of stock, mate rial, labor and living will admit of, and are beiosv the increased rateß w hich rule in other lines of badness S. W. MASON & CO., 11l Bay Street, Savannah, Georgia. Jol\ S. SUMS & CO., Forwarding: and Commission MERCHANTS WHOLESALE AND lIETAIL DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Groceries, &c., NOS. 1 AND 2 SAM MIS' BLOCK, Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida. JNO. •. SAMMIft. ID. Q. SAM Mi• CIIA*. L, lIATXKA aul; ts J. SHAFFER, Oommlsatlou Dealer In all kinda of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS aim PRODUCE, - Wist Wasminoton Maaarr, Oppoalte 143 West st.. Bulkhead between Barclay and „ Vcaey sta, N E W YORK. -..V?"?**' Apples and Onlona constantly on hand, and pnt ttp for the Southern market AUcoajlgnment, proumtly sttsnkcd to. T i ill* codly CEO. R. CRUMP & CO., AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, W 9 Baoar Srntrr. Arecrn, Qa JaJO sm THE SAVANNAH DAILY HERALD IS PUBLISHED Every Morning and Evening [SUNDAYS EXCEPTED] AT Wo. 11l BAY STREET II - S. W. M SON & CO. . ; I THE AIM OF THE PUBLISHERS IS TO ISSUE A Live Daily Newspai»er ! Which shall also be Reliable, regarding Accuracy as being of as great importanc e aa enterprise in procuring information. The Hikald Staff embraces a LAUQE OCBP9 OF EDITORS AUD REPORTERS; Including several writers long and popularly known as connected with the Sonthers Press. It also has Speolal Correspondent's at All Prominent. 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THE ENLARGEMENT OF THE PAPER Makes room for a large quantity of Miscellaneous Reading Matter, Poetry and Articles on Liter ary, Scientiflic and Commercial sub jects, so that in all respects it is a desirable journal for the FAMILY AND THE COUNTING ROOM. RELIABLE carriers Afro Experienced Mall and Delivery Clerks Are employed, and either Edition of the HraALn will be delivered promptly in Savannah, or for warded to any part of the world, on the following TERMS: SINGLE COPY ~ SC. ONE WEEK 30c. ONE MON TH ' $ 1 00 ONE TEAR. 10 00 PER HUNDRED 3 60 EXTRAS Are kneed whenever Intelligence Is received of stiffl cient importance to warrant it. ADVERTISING TERMS : Two Doilsrs per squsre, (occupying a apace of ten llnca nonpareil; for the drat Insertion, and $1 per aqnare for each subsequent one. A LIBERAL DIS COUNT will be made on LONG ADVERTISEMENTS, or those INSERTED FOR A LONG TIME. The HaaaLD Is UNRIVALLED AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM ! Having a largo circulation in the dtj. and throughout the Statr, In Florida, Sonth Carolina, the Sq nth Atlantic Squadron a «and the North, circulating more or less IN ever:/ state of the union. Subscription* or Adverttoemanti may b* w»t hy mall or cxptta* to S. W. MASON & GO., PUBLISHEI.B, No. 11l Bay Sttw*, orrMD«fet HPBCIAL KOTICKB. BATCHBX.OB.ft HAIR BYE ! The Original and Beat in the World! The only true sad perfect Bair Dfp. flarmless, Reliable and Instan taneous. Produces immediate.y a splendid Black or natural Brown, without injuring the hair or skin. Remedies the iff effects of bad dyes. Sold by ali Drug eiste. The genuine is signed William A. Batchelor. Also, % REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MXLLBFLEI'fiS, For Restoring and Beautifying the liair aul4-ly CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York WANTED. Wanted, £ A DAY! Agents wanted to cell anew and wonderful SEWING MACHINE, the only cheap one licensed. Address SHAW & CLARK. Bid deford, Maine. 9epl4-dA\v3ia Wanted Immediately, FOR CASH, all the Rags, Old Bagging, and Waste Paper In the dty WARREN 4 PLATNER, septlS ts 210 Bay-at. Wanted, O»QA A MONTH ! Agents wanted wanted for §ix entirely neic articles, just ont. Addrcst* O. T. OAREY, City Building, Biddelord, Malm-, eeplb d.l\v3m WANTED TrPURCHASE, OR KEEP FOR HIS FEED, a pood that will work In ample harness Must be gentle Apply to eeps N. A. HARDEE & CO. TO RENT. To Rent. TWO Storefon Anderson's upper wharf, No. 19C and 196 Bay street. Possession glvi n immediately. Apply at the Comer of Bay and Barnard Strset. sepl3-6t Offices to Let. TWO ROOMS TO LET, SUITABLE FOR OFFICES. Apply at the HERALD OFFICE. anl2-tf Cellar to Let. TO LET, A LARGE CELLAR, SUITABLE FOR STORAGE. Apply at the HERALD OFFICE. an!2-tf ROOMS TO LET, At Hilton Head, 8. C., THE Palmetto Herald Building having been Newly Fitted Up, now offers large and airy rooms, suita ble for Sleeping Apartment? or busloeaa purpose.® For terras apply to W. S. Sampson, Jr., on the prem ises, corner of Merchants’ Row and Palmetto Avenue, from 4 o’clock to C o’clock p. m ju22 LINVILLE & GLEASON. BAYANJNT A.H. AGENTS FOR MERRITT, WALCOTT & CO., 64 Courtlaudt Street, New York. MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERS, Bridge, Car, Ship or Band Hook, AMD BOILER BOLTS, SETT SCREWS, COACH OB LAO SCREWS. Hot and Cold Prossed Nuts, ROUND AND SQUASH WASHERS, Tnrnbuckles, Bolt Ends, Taps , and Dies, Sen. ALSO DEALERS IN RAILROAD SUPPLIES. LOCOMOTIVES, CARS, RAILS, CHAIRS, SPIKES,TIRES, AXLES; CAR TRIM MINGS of every description, and every article used in constructing or operating Railroads. STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. ENGINEERS’ STORES COAL OIL, TALLOW, WASTE FELTING, HEMP, AND RUBBER PACKING; LAMPS, PAINTS, TARNISH, Ac.; ENGINEERS' TOOLS, of every description; CHIPPING - AND RIVETING HAMMERS, SCREW PUNCHES,FILES, CHISELS, Ao, TELEGRAPH MATERIALS. WIRE, INSULATORS, BATTERIES, IN STRUMENTS, ACIDS, SULPHATE COPPER, &c. Also Manufacturers of the BEST OAK TANNED BELTING MACHINERY', LATHS, PLANERS, DRILLS, PUNCHES AND SHEARS, STEAM ENGINES, STATION ARY AND PORTABLE SAW MILLS, SAWS, Ac. boardF PERMANENT or Transient Board can be obtained in Broughton et., one door west Marshall House, formerly known as Florida House. sepl9 «t ASTEtf & THROCKMORTON, NO. 253 BOWERY, NEW YORK, MANUFACTURERS and Dealers in Builder*' and Locksmiths' Hardware. Nails, Pullies, Cord, Bim Locks and Knobs, Bntt Hinges, Brass and Iron Keys and Castings. Gong Bells, Wire, Silver-Plating, 4c. Ail orders, large or small, famished promptly at 10 per cent, less than market prices. srp!9 0m Hz ADQ RS Sce-DI3TMCI OF OtJEECHEE,) Savannah, Qa., Sept. 14, 1865. ) General Orders, ) No. 30. j On and after this date any person found EXPOSING lor aaie Ales, Wines, or Liquors without License, as prescribed in General Order No. 13, from these Headquar ters, will be arrested sad fined or imprison ed. The Provoat Marshal is charged with the execution of this order. By command of Bvt Maj. Gen. J. M. BRANNAN W«. H. Folk, Ist Lieut, and A. A. A. G. sepls 5 HEADQ’RS. SUB-DIST. OFOGEECHEE, > Savannah, Ga., Sept. 16, 1865. > (Circular.) Any soldier or citizen at this post found watering any animal or animals “within thirty feet of any public pump (except un der the bluff) ebell be arrested and fined not leas than thirty dollars (§80.) and on failing to pay the fine imposed, will be imprisoned in the city jail of Savannah By command of Brv't Mai. Gen. J M. BRANNAN. Edw’d A. Par®nßon, Capt- and Street Commissioner 6t septiS AUCTI ON SALES. BELL, WYLLY <ft CHSISTIAN Will aril at private sale 1W) bales N. h. Hay 150 •»* Ju Oats. ■> Hilda brown Sugar. 10 bids Coffee, B Sugsr ;*o uoxea March. M) box&A i and lea. *0 boxe* Inncy Simp, to dozen bucket*, to do Broom*. 10 do Cocoa D’ppera, 100 Reams Wrapping Paper 100 do Letter Paper 4“ sacks Salt. \o caidis CanvHHsed Hams -*0 do Bacon bide« VO do do Shoulders GO boxes Black Tea. n bales Dundee Bagglm 200 eacka White Com fK) kitt* Mackerel I*s half bbls Mackerel 4 seplS By Bell, Wylly & Christian. Black Tea—At Auction TO-MORROW, Wednesday-, at 11 o'clock, in front of store. 45 Chests Black Tea Received per sloop Sylva. from Bermuda, and sold for acconut and risk of the former purchaser, be not having complied with terms of aale scplb ? s°“f £ York. ) ( J. R.Molntirr. M. K. Williams, f \ P. H Warj. YORK. WILLIAMS. McINTIBE & CO., -A UCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS bay street, SAVANNAH, C3-A. GQNSiBNMiMTi Os CIITON AND kUMBH SOLICITED. References! in Savannah—Brigham, Baldwin 4 Cos.; Erwin 4 Hardee, Oaden & Uncklca, Isaac D. La- Roche, Esq ; Hiram Roberts, Esq. : Wylly Wood bridge, Esq.; Hunter 4 Gammell; I C. Norvcll & Cos. References in New York-Mcsars. Samuel T. Knapp 4 Bro.; D. H, Baldwin 4 Cos. an'JG-oodlni stationery, etc estill!” Newspaper Depot, AND— STATIONERY STORE, Bull Street, Corner of Bay Lane. BACK OF THE POST OFFICE. NEW NOVELS, Jnet Received at the above Depot a further enppiy of DENIS DONNE, a Novel, by Annie Thomas Price 60 cents. BELIAL, a Novel. Price 60 cents. CHRISTIAN'S MISTAKE, by the author of John Halifax, Gentleman. Price 75 cents. THE ROGUES AND ROGUERIES OF NEW YORK, Price 35 cents, A 1,60 HARPER’S MONTHLY, GODKY'S LADY'S BOOK' ATLANTIC MONTHLY, Ac., for September. The usual assortment of Northern Dailies and Weeklies Received by Every Steamer. aug3o CATHOLIC BOOKS. KEY OF HEAVEN, STAR OF BETHLEHEM, WAY TO HEAVEN, GATE OF HEAVEN, FLOWERS OF PARADISE, POCKET MANUAL. For sale by Saville & Leach, Timber Cutter.' Bank ecp4-tr Cor. Bryan street and Market Square. BOOKS FOR GHILDREN. Youths' Pictorial Library, Maria Edeworth's Early Lcfl9onf, Tales and Stories Worth Telling. Little Frankie Stories, Young Peopled Library, Salt Water Tales, TTncle Sam's Library, The Robin Nest Stones, Boquets for Children, ***** Book5 ’ Mount Vernon Juveniles, Six Pleasant Companions, Merry Tales and Stories for Young Folks, The Juvenile Library, The Jewel Case, Sea and Land Stories, The Dog Crusoe's Stories, Molly and Kitty* Juveniles. Saville &. Leach, sepf-tf cor. Bryan street and Market Square. BOOKS . THE POETS IK ELBE AND BOLD. Hood, Bams, Moore, Byron, Milton, Goldsmith, Wordsworth, _ , ~ Campbell, Coleridge, Ossian, Honor,s, Fope, Scott, Crabbe, * Cowper. Saville & Leach, sepf If cor. Bryan street and Market Square. BOOKS & STATIONERY^ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL C ALL AT SAVILLE & LEACH, sop4-tf cor. Brvan street and Market Square. SCHOOLBOOKS. Spellers, . Readers. Grammars, Book-Keeping, Copy Books, Dictionaries Saviiie & Leach, scp4-tf cor. Bryan street and Market Square Merchants’ Line of Sailing Vessels FOR NTTU r YORK, THE fine Clipper Bark IDA KEMBALL. Goatling, Master, will have quick despatch for the above port Apply to aep6 ts CHAB. L. COLBY ft CO, Buy Your Claret AND SHERRY WINES TONKING’S, IN REAR OF POST OFFICE, HILTON HEAD. aug*4 ts For Sale Low. QAA KEGS CUT NAILS. OW *0 do. do. Spikes. MILLER, THOMAS ft CO. aeplS tnfw Cor. Bay aud Drayton sta. _____ _ JIHIPPIWO. ST AK LINE. FOR NEIV jfjgfcVQßK. T H S rr' Vi'bi'fi.*? 1 flr§l c1 ," 9 t' H Mali Steam - •Jr, A “ A . Uaptaln , mil i>o-^likely sail for the above port ou Saturd. ny, Jjupt, HJd, at o'clock p. ni. For freig at or parage, haring aplendld accommo dation*, R| .ply to BRIGHAM, BALDWIN 4 CO, geplS Stoddard's Building, opp. Post Office. FOf? NEW YORK. STAR LINE. The new and elegant first class U. S. Mall Steam ship COSTSTITTTTTON, Cspt. Green man, will positively sail for the above port on Wednesday, September 20th, tot SM o'cllr. a. in. For freight or passage, having splendid accommo dations, apply to BRIGHAM, BALDWIN 4 CO, sepl S Stoddard's Building, opposite Post Office. PIONEER LINE. FOR NEW YORK. The U. S. Mail Steamship PERIT, A - Ddmoy,commander, will leave ,or the above port on her regular day Thursday Sept., 21st, at --O’clk. For freight or passage, baving'euperior accommoda tione, apply to acplß HUNTER 4 GAMMELh FOR NEW YORK. THE dipper schooner LOTTIE KLOTS, Capt. Endi cott, will meet with dispatch for the above i*)ri For freight apply to scplß 3 HUNTER * GAMMELL FOR AUGUSTA, The Light Draught Steamer Oak, QEO. 9. MARSHALL, Captain, will leave as above ou WEDNESDAY, 20tb inst.. at G D. m. Freight received this day on board at Ferry Wharf nnder the Gas House Hill np to the hour of departnre. For freight engagements applx to J. B PKESDEE, Agent, 109 Broughton street, or to F. M. MYRELL. seplS td Corner Bay and Abercorn sts. FOR AUGUSTA, The light draught side wheel eteamet “ Helen,” James K. Riley, Commander, will leave Stoddard's Wharf on Wednesday Morn'g, at 7, a. m., Sept 20th. her regular sailing day. Shippere are guaranteed tbe delivery of their goods at the wharf in Augusta, and the Helen insures at the lowest rates. For Freight or Passage apply to KEIN 4 CO, 3 doors ea6t of the Exchange, seplS 2 114 Bay street For Philadelphia Philadelphia and Savannah Steamship Line. v, , The U. S. Mail Steamship MINNS- L-Kr TONKA, 1,000 tons burthen, J. \V, <L'. 1* IU:(< TV Bslch Commander, trill leave for the above port on THURSDAY, SEPT. !31*t, nt - O'clock. Cabin Passage to Philadelphia S4O Through Tickets to New York, via Philaddphia 411 For freight or passage, haring elegant accommoda tions, apply to septa HUNTER 4 GAMMELL. AtlautioCuast Hail Steam ship Company. FOR NEW YORK, The First Class Steamship VARU y/JttLi , 1 NA, Whitehurst, Commander, will JI t; positively sail on her regular day, —THURSDAY, the 21st (fist., at 9 o’clock a. m. For Freight or Passage, having very superior accom modations, apply to JOHN R. WILDER. Ship's Bills of Lading fumkhed and signed at the office of Consignee. seplS FOR NEW YORK STAR LINE. SEMI* WEEIIXjY. The first class U. S. Mall Steamships NEVADA, - - - Capt. Caetestkb. UNITED STATES, - - - - Capt. Shake. AMERICA, ..... Capt, Clift. CONSTITUTION, - - - Capt. ukeewah. The above ships compose the Line, and will sail from New York and Savannah every Wednesday and Satnrday. BRIGHAM, BALDWIN 4 CO, Agents, Savannah, Qa. WAKEMAN, GOOKIN 4 DICKINSON, Agents, 17 Broadway, New York. For Liverpool. rCN. „TBE A1 American Ship SEW ENGLAND, «LQ,\ Hodge, Maater, having a large portion of -jyDLgher cargo engaged will he ready to receive , —l '"cargo at Lower Hydraulic Press on the 13th Inst. For freight or passage apply to sepl4.tr BRIGHAM, BALDWIN * CO MERCHANTS’ LINE Sailing Vessels* THE undersigned intend to keep up a regular week ly line of first class Sailing Vessels plying be tween Savannah and the above port, with supetioi accommodations for passengers and the very best fa cilities for delivering freight In good order,at low rates, with promptness and despatch. Particular attention given to forwarding goods from New York CHARLES L. COLBY ft CO., autS cor. Bay and Abercorn streets. For Doctortown, VIA DARIEN. CONNECTING WITH ATLANTIC AND GULF R. 11. FOR THOMASVILLE. THE Light Draught Steamer WM. G. GIBBONS, Capt. Fhilpot. will leave Dillon’s Wharf; on Tuesday morning, 22d Inst, st 9 o'clock, and will ply regularly between Savannah and Doctortown, in connection with the Road, leaving as follows SAVANNAH KVERY TUESDAY. DOCTORTOWN EVERY THURSDAY Freight receipted for through to any point on Rail road between Doctortown and Thomasvflle. Freights payable here. ERWIN & HARDEE. JOHN L. ROUMILLAT, aug2l-ln>' Agent on Wharf. FREIGHTFOR IVCBSTA, RECEIVED DAILYj And Forwarded Semi-Weekly. Per STEAMER AMAZON, Capt. B. Johnson Pvr STEAMER LAURA, Capt. Kpwitp Hiller. Having a commodious Warehouse on Dillon’s Wharf wo are prepared to receive freight as above. ’ Due notice will bo ghvjn of the days of departure of each steamer erwin dr Hardee. JOHN L. ROUMILLAT. Jro Agent on Wharf. LAND AGENCY FOR SOUTHERN GEORGIA. fsasss asswarsateas . tte ? t i °?l*° ‘fe 5 "f 4 purchase of Lauds conttguona to the said railroad, on commission, and solicits the patronage of all nceding sn agent there. A* experience In the laud, lumber and timber buai ness of twenty ysars in Georgia and South Carolina, guaranteoa ample qualification. lie will be repre aented in Savannah by Mr. Henry Bryan, ard is New V ork by the Great Southern Land Agencv. 71 Broad W *S V . . JOHN D. DELAN’NOY. Refers to any old resident In Sawmnah. ecplS 3n | RAILROADS. Central Railroad SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, > 'JM-annah, Gs., September 4, 1865./ N and after Tteaday. sth inat., a daily train fsun nays exceptwill leave lor Augusta at 4 a m., connecting with a Hoe of Hacks running between . tntion 4*4 CVntrttl Railroad, and Waynesboro on the Augusta and Savannah Railroad. PaboenKerh by thl* hue will arrive In Augusta the Ui!? 1 ! 1 ? 011111 '# afte * JeaviD *f Savannah in time to eet ™fn f‘rAUantl° nDeCt " Uh thC ***** i Freight to go by Faasenger Train most .*» nnmaid and uelivered n«he Depot the night before By order of GEO. W ADAMS, riener.l Superintendent Be , G W . SC VTI KRGOOD, Assistant Superintendent Central Railroad SUPeiUNTENDENT'S OFFICE, > By order of 4 GEO. W. ADAMS, n Sf n j™ l^ :I P" r| uten<ftnt. Atlantic.& GulfßaUroad Hardee, Agents lor the ' m 4 STEAMER WM. O. GIBBONS “l i | t |H l lr»'.^f.'/ T o by and Freight >. trill l sp f? n * ;<l to al,d Bom ThoraasviUe and aa vsunah and all intermediate points. “ GjKKla will I* received at any rime during the week at the Mcamer'a Warehoua,, bn Di Ion? Wharf . „ WILLIAM DUNCAN. Acting President Atlantic & Uulf Kailroad ang2l-lm GASPER J. FULTON, Snperintecdenf. hotels. Sea island Hotel. OPEN TO. THE PUBLIC, Tuesday, June 20th, 1805. , n . ew Hotal, eifnated on the moat dearrabir ‘ he astern bank of Hilton Head IblsbA af lorda a fine view of the P.er Bar Orean . I md n< m ns Js '. nnd “ The scenery is ’quite as plesslng evcry IW P e «, «» the famous wa R ? ?.S.E',* ce 01 Newport, R. J., and is altogether as healthtul a plnce to spend the summer - months It baa fine hard smootn tK'acli. seventeen miles long iwh * m ' Jre .tharming drive than the cclebratwi Beach at Nahant, Mass., and as fine sea bathing as at that place or Cape May naming as The House has over seventy large, airy rooms and tnre?a ah fi°l tilrec aide 9 ol ' the stories; theftarni whh thn n n • V .K e ' v ' and thc ’“bid® "ill be famished with the best that can be procured here and In thc £.°r r lh» r ir - Kvery cflo '' wUI be made toren «® l tb »t the mo«t fastidious oan desire Billiard Rooms and aeu Bathing honscs will soon be m readiness for guests 1 |u23 tt Port Roval House, HILTON HEAD, S C.' RID DELL 4 li V6f( , FsoprixtOkh. *• *• kronur.!,. m. r. auso Ju3-tf AMEMY OF Sr TIIICEIIfTFML', Savannah, Georgia, CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF MERCY T IIE Fall Terra of this Institution will re-open on lsiii) BBptember 15lb and c - ose on Febtuary’ 15th. , f l ,r ' ri ß T ‘’rm will commence on February 15th, «nd close on July ictb - ’ iuu * Term* per Session, inciadlng board. Tuition in hnghoh, Washing and use of Bed and Bed- TuiriSi in French. . do Music on Piano ... "".‘.'V SIX do Music on t.uitar ...V. 3000 do Crayon, Drawing and Fainting ’in Water Colors on no Tuition in Oriental Painting; pcr'conrac.u 00 do EmbroMery“ d *: 10 . ,Vt ' re f 0 «> Jin,mntto7 I,tlCU,araapl,)jrto the NORTH RIVER IGRKIILTIIRAL WORKS. GRLFT aNG, BROTHER & CO.» Prwor eietou, _ 6S DO COUETLAKD STBAST. new Yo rk Manufacturers of Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, 'OoU ton Sweeps, Com Mills, Cotton Gins, &c Every Implement wunted by the Planter. Also dealers in Field afidGardoa Seeds. Also, Agents fur Bruce's Concentrated'Manure, Bone, Ac B Send for clreul .i j„2n 3la Towage. T H o E ” ader9i " ned ' H®nts fur the Savannah Tow Ti- "f* 1 , company, are now ready for towage of ves "ia ol all descriptions. RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Ba “ i cot, Opposite Mariner's Church MIIfLLOIIGH’S lead co„ No. 64: litre & t., wra yokk. HAVE corstantly on hand, their well known brands of «rop Shot, Lend Pipe, Buck Shot, Sheet Lead and Bar head, Which they offer for sale at the lowest market prices. Order* solicited, and shipments promptly attended to James McCullough, President, sep I*2 lmo WESLEYAN Female College. 'r H f, JSIEPtSI ? hu ‘,, Ann aal Session opens OCTO , BhK .d.ISC!;. lheFacnlty is complete. The areas^oltows”™ 1 Tf ’ rm ’ " hich ends December 31st. Regular Tuition in College Classes *3O ,» Regular Tuition In Preparatory Class *22 no French, (optional; : 15 ao Urt<T S' , n!e or instrument!33 to B °,*''hi ? at, hing, Lights, and Fuel 90 00 10 be paid in advance, in currency or its equivalent. Macon Ga J. M. BoNNEI-L. President. Macon, Ua, au23-iawt«oct “UDOLPHO WO I, X 1 a," as) Beaver Street,New York. Offers for sale of his own importations, in bond and duty paid, the largest stock of Wines, Liquors, *c., of any other house in this country, comprising in part of Otard, Hcnnesy, Pinet Castlllon, Martel. Godard Brandy, Rochelle Brandies tn half, quarter, and eighth casks: sl,o Otard and Rouyer, Laferrelere and Fils Brandy, in oaeeß of one dozen each, “Gin.” Ddolpho Wolfe’s Schiedam in pipes. Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, in bond and dnty paid, in ranee of one dozen quarts and two dozen pints. ••Whiskey and Ram.” Scotch and Irish A turkey, in hhds. and cases of one onsd n o«n h 4a^° nrbOU Whihkey b!UTela ttnd ««• <* WT7M, “ Jamaica ” and -St. Croix Hum" in hhds and eases of one dozen each. Madeira, Sherry and Port Wines. More than twenty different grades, in halves, qnar tera and eighth casks, also in cases of one dozen each. ‘•Hock, Champagne, Moselle and Claret Winer,” From Peter Arnold Mumm in Cologno, proprietor of Joannisburg estate, J. H. D. Becker ft Rig ; Escbe nancer, Beneek# t Cos., Bordeaux Barton A GueaUn Bordeaux, and from other well known houses in Ger many and France. Ous, Cokmalb. Sakmnbs, Uittzbs, Mcstard, Otrvra. Brandt. Prefer vis. fto. Twenty-five years' business transactions with the Southern States, with some of the largest and most respectable dealers.should be sufficient guarantee that every article offered by the advertiser for sale is pure and genuine.