LOCAL MATTE RB.
Departure of Mt«uahi|» eail (He urnen.
FOR NEW TORE'
'teams'nlp Y'aruna, Thursday, September J|*t, at
Steamship Nevada, Saturday. September 23d. at
feheamship Nevada, Saturday. September 23d, at
steamanip Nightingale, Satnrday, September 23d,
a t 11 o’clock.
steamer IVin. O. Gibbons, every Tuesday morning
at 9 o'clock.
Steamer Fountain, every Saturday morning, at 9
Our Advertisement and Iretter Box.
Persons sending advertisements or letters to the
Herald, after seven o’clock, will find a letter box In
the door of our Counting Koom. All advertisements
nom responsible parties, deposited In the letter box
before eleven o’clock, will appear on the following
From Augusta.—Steamer Laura, Capt. HUler, ar
rived here at two a. m., Friday morning, making the
run In nineteen hours running time. She brings a
full freight consiguedjo Metcalfe A Cos.; passed the
steamer Union at Green Log; left steamer Amazon
at Poor Robin, and steamer Falcon at Gold Wire, all
bound down. The following is a list of her passen
C H. Jones, J W. Ford, John D. Rhodes, James
McDermott, J. Davis, Geo. Marshall, Wm. Haines &
wire, James Henry, M. A. Harrison, L. Dwclle, J. A.
Henry, John Buckley, Thomas Knowiand, Wm. F.
Buckley, Emma GilUard A three children.
An important order from Ma). Gen. Steedtnan, sus
pending military jurisdiction In civil suits, in this
Military Department, except In certain cases, will be
lound in our paper this morning.
The .Eolian Minstrel Troupe offer a good bill at St.
Andrews’ Hall this evening.
From Augusta.— The steamer Amazon arrived
,esterday afternoon from Augusta, with passengers
and a full freight. We are Indebted to her Purser
the Wealher and Business.—The weather dur
ing the wast few days has been seasonably cool, with
a considerable fall of rain. Yesterday was a rainy
iiay, too wet over head and under foot for the trans
action of business with comfort. Nevertheless there
was considerable activity In the streets, especially
on 3ay where there was a goodly number of wagons
from the country reminding one of Savannah In her
anti railroad dav.
Select Female School.
The attention of parents and guardians Is directed'
to the advertisement of Mr. Jas. S. Cozby, announc
ing that lie will open a Select Female School in Sa
vannah on the first Monday in October next.
Mr. Cozby will be assisted by Mrs. Alathia S. Bur
roughs of this city, a lady of rare accomplishment 3
and superior qualifications as a teacher.
Attention Is Invited so the Auction Sale of Govern
ment property at the Correl In this city, on Monday,
the 2d of October next, comprising valuable horses,
mules, wagons, harness, Ac.
See advertisement of Auction Sale of groceries, Ac.,
by Bell, Wvlly A Christian, this morning at 11 o'clock.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Savannah, Sept. 23, 1865.
Cotton.—Since our weekly report of the 16th Inst.,
there has been quite an animated demand for both
Upland and Sea Island Cottons, and all qualities
have advanced fully 2 cents per pound. The receipts
have been to a fair extent, but the greater portion
received by the river Is on account, and P* Immedi
ately shipped to the North, principally to New York.
The enquiry has been quite active, and all good and
fair grades placed on the market have met with
ready sale at the advance noticed above. Notwith
standing the inclement weather yesterday, the en
quiry was good, but the small amount on sale limited
The receipts during the week have been 4,172 bales
Upland, 50 do. Soa Island, and 210 do. Domestics. The
exports have been 6,223 bales Uplands, 350 do. Sea
Islands, and 684 do. domestics, leaving a stock on
hand and an shipboard, not cleared, of 4,889 hales of
Uplands, 130 do. Bea islands, and 129 do. of Domes
tics. The market closes firm at the following quota
Ordinal}', 30 @ 32
Middling .37 @ 39
Strict Middling 39 ©4O
Good Middling. 41 ® 42
STOCK OF COTTON.
Upland. Sea Island. Dorn.
Stock Sept. 1 : 3,724 281 280
Received previously 8,338 1,000 1,566
Received this week. 4,772 6 0 210
16,834 1341 2.010
Exported since Ist inst 11,945 1,211 1,881
Stock on hand Sept. 1,’65, 4,881 130 129
Receipts since Sept. 16, ’65.
By River 4,348 34 210
By Central Railroad 49 1 000
By wagons 375 15 000
4,772 50 210
Exported thisweek 6,223 350 684
Sea Islands—The receipts of this quality of cot
ton continue to be very light, and very little of finer
grades Is brought to market. The demand con
tinues good and all fair lots meets ready sale. For'
the best grades of Sea Islands the rate Is 80 to 85
cents. The ordinary qualities sell at 56 to 65 cents
Savannah Live Stork Market
uur market at the present time is abundantly sup
plied with excellent grass-fed beeves, of which large
droves have been received, which were sold at prices
within our quotations. Calves are quite scarce, and
arc in demand.
Sheep, grass-fed, are plentiful.
Hogs are In good demand, with a good snpjfiy. --
Ihe market, generally, presents no new features
of Interest worthy of record, and we give quotations
as follows :
Beeves.—On the hoof the buying rate is from
$lO to S2O per head. The prices are strictly governed
by the weight and condition of the stock offered for
Calves.—There is a very limited stock of cattle
suitable for veal offering. The demand by butchers
is limited only to supply the immediate want i of cus
tomers who prefer this description of meat. We
quote $S to 10 per head.
sh£et.—A plentiful stock of lambs Is offering at
rates from $2 to f2 GO per head ; corn-fed will bring
an advance on the above rates, which will be en
tirely governed by the condition of the animals.
Hogs There is a good supply of swine offering lit
the market. Sales or live stock, gross weight, are
reported at 8 to 13 cents per pound, according to the
quality, slaughtered hogs are selling at an advance
of two cents on the above rates.
Wooden Ware.—a good assortment of all desorip
t’.ona of wooden ware la offering. Trade Is limited.
We quote painted tubs, three hoops, $3 per nest of
eight; painted buckets, per dozen, $3 26 ; three
hoops, si. ,
Boots and Shoes.— The stock offering is equal to
the demand. Whyte 4 Feldner, Ko. 157 Broughton
street, wholesale dealers, quote as follows ; Gentl -
men’s line French calf boots, S3O to $72 per case of
one dozen; men's brogans, $1 60 to $1 60 ; extra
sizes, $176 per pair. Buckle, low quarter shoes, $2
to $3 per pair. Men's Balmorals, $2 to-$3 per pair.
Ladles’ Shoes, $1 50 to $3 per pair. Boys’ Balmoral
Shoes, $2 to $2 26 per pair. Boys’ gaiters, $2 to $2 25.
Misses shoes, $1 20 to $l 25 per pair. Children’s
shoes, $1 to sl lO per pair.
Timber.—Square hewn straight- mill timber will
readily sell at $lO to sl2 per 1.000 feet. Ranging
timber, square hewn, will bring from sls to S2O per
1,000 feet. Timber that Is warped and not carefully
hewn, Is very unsaleable ; shippers do not desire It,
and millers lose too much by wastage.
Lumber.—There continues to be u fair demand for
most descriptions or Lumber. Yellow pine lumber
Is sailing from the mill at sls to S6O per 1,000 feet,
according to the quantity and quality. White pine
boards, In the rough, are without change, and we
quote at $35 to $45 per 1,000 feet. Dressed (tongued
and grooved) white pine boards »re selling at SSO
per LOoo feet.
Shingles.—The demand for Shingles continues
very good, and we quote froms7toss. Wehearof
sales of Cedar at $T per thousand.
Rk-b.—The market Is neatly bare of Rice, and no
-sits arc made in lobe The only sales we hear oi
are from City more by retail. Nome small lots o 1
Carolina have been sold at UM (a 12c. t ft.
Soaps.—Ail qualities of soaps have advanced du
ring the week. We now quote Colgate* at 16 cents
Bale at 15 cents, and Hull A Sons' at 15<a 16c. The
market is well supplied with an the different brands
of Family Soap. We notice but little change In Fan
Sugar.—Since our last report all kinds of Sugar
have advanced fully one cent ft, q UO te
Brown at 17c. B Coffee at 22c., and Powdered at
23c.@24. TUe supply is good and a fair business has
t«en done during the week. The demand for the
interior continues brisk.
Bacon.—The market Is well supplied, but
the week the demand has been principally confined
to the retail trade. We notice no change from the
rates of last week, and quote prime Sides at 20ta 22c.-
Shoulders at 19(3200., and Hams at 253,28 c. by the
Bagging.—The demand continues very fair. We
quote Gunny at 28c.; some qualities of Sea Island sell
at 27@28 c.
Corn.—The business in this article during the
week has been of a light character. Prime Western
sell at $1.30, and Maryland White at51.35@51,40 per
Butter.—There has been a slight advance in this
article since our last. We quote Western, In firkins
at 37@40c., and Go3hun, In tubs at 46c. per pound.
H ay.—We hear of some sales of Northern Hay
from the wltarf at 90c. Eastern from store is selling
Oats.—We learn of no saies of any account. We
qnote at sl.lO. There is at present not much de
Salt.—Liverpool in sacks Is re tailing from store a
$5 per sack. The stock 1b limited.
Matches.—A fair demand continues. We quote
German Matches at $3 50 V gross; Parlor, $4 7* do.
Candles.—Stuart's Fancy continue to be retailed
from store at 40 to 50 cents 79 lb.
Beef —No change to notice. Fulton Market, In
half bbls, Is selling from store at sl7 to $lB 60 per
Tore—Continues without change. We quote pig
pork from store in half bols at $25.
Apples, are very scarce, and are retailing from
store at $8 to $9 per bbl.
Indigo.—A fair demand ronttnues for Madras and
Manilla. Sales were made In lots the past week at
$1.75 to $2 per lb. Domestic 50 to 75 cents per lb.
Craceers.—For city trade there Is a demand for
all descriptions of choice crackers and huscults. We
quote Soda at 12c. per lb., Sugar 14c. per lb. Picnic
15c. per lb., Edinburg 18c. per lb.; Tea cakes 25c.
Cabbages.—’The stock offering is light, and some
what Inferior. We quote in lots at $lB per hundred.
Potatoes.— A stock adequate to meet the pres,
ent demand Is offering from store. We quote at
$2.75 to $3.25 by quantity.
Onions.— The stock Is light and Hie demand good.
From store sales are reported at $3.25 per bbls.
Wines A Liquors.—We notice an active demand
the past week for all descriptions of whiskies, wines
and malt liquors. Large sales were made to mer
chants from Augusta, Macon, MUledgeville, Louisville
and other portions of the State. There has been an ad
vance of 10 to 15 cents per gallon on Whiskey, chiefly
confined to the lower grades. We quote Common
Whiskey at $3 25 per gall. Rectified $2 86. Imperial
Nectar $3 Chicken Cock Bourbon $4 50; Columbia
Gin $3 60 ; M. Leavy A Co's genuine Kentucky Bour
bon, n cases, sl2; Nicholas Schnapps sl2, Sherry
Wine sl2; Cognac Brandy S2O, Ale, per dozen, $3 ;
Porter, per doz., $3 ; Virginia Mountain Dew Whis
key $2 70 per gallon ; Old Plantation Bourbon Whls
key $3; Fuller’s Old Stet $1 50 to $5; Old
Santa Cruz Rum, warranted genuine, $t to $lO ; P.
H. Godard’s Brandy sls per gallon ; Selgnette sls ;
otard, Dupuy A Cos., sls to $lB ; Crown Sherry, per
gallon $4; St. Martin's Port $l per gallon ; Golden
Ale, per case of two dozen, $5 50 ; Porter do $5 50 ;
Ales, In bhls sl6 ; Champagne Cider per case of one
dozen qts, $6, pts. of two dozen $6; Kentucky
Bourbon Whiskey $4 60 per gallon ; Old Rye $5 per
gallon ; Old Bourbon $3 to $3 50 per gallon. Im
ported Sherry $4 25, and Port at $4 25 per gallon.—
Imported Champagne $25 to S3O per case : Pure Hol
land Gin $4 to $6 per gallon ; Cognac Brandy $3 to
S2O per gallon, by case, S3O to S3B.
Exchange.—No new features were presented the
past week, except that the Bank Is selling sigh
drafts on New York and other Northern cities at par.
The following quotations, prepared for the Herald
we believe to be correct :
Bank Rates fob Selling Exchange.—Foreign
Exchange, Sterling, in currency, $l4B to $l4B 60; In
gold, $lO6 to $lO6 50; Checks on New Y’ork, par ;
Checks on Philadelphia, par ; Checks on Baltimore,
par ; Checks on Boston, par.
B ank Rates for Purchasing Exchange.—Foreign
Exchange, Sterling, in currency, $l4B to $l4B 50; In
gold, slo6 to $lO6 50.
Checks on Northern cities, l per cent, discount and
Specie.—During the past week the gold market
was exceedingly quiet, and very little otferiug. The
buying rates by Brokers is for gold 44 per cent, pre
mium,—selling at 48. Sliver, buying rate, 35,—sell
ing at 40 per cent premium, and continues scarce.
Uncurrent Money.—We have no change to notice
except in Central Railroad Bank Bills which are be
ing freely purehased.at 70 to 80 cents. The followln
Bank State of Georgia 20c.
Marine Bank of Savannah #oc.
Planters’ Bank of Savannah 15c
Bank of Savannah 30c.
Central Railroad * Banking Company of Ga. 70 to 80c,
Fbeiohts—Continue very active and ail vessels on
the berth are quickly filled up. We quote as follows :
Cotton to N. York K to Si- Shippers paying for the
compressing by steamer ?jc. 1$ lb. on Cotton ; by sail
vessel, iic. 7j» ft. ; Domestic $1 50 by steamer and
sail vessel. The compressing of Cotton going North
by steam and sail vessel is alone on ship account. To
Augusta measurement good 9 are $1 7? per foot; by
weight $4 V cwt. To Florida, goods by weight $1 60
¥ cwt.; measurement, 30c. ¥ foot.
Insurance.—YYe have no change to notice in the
rates which are as follows: Marine risks M7s cent,
on first class steamers, X ¥ cent, on first class
sail vessels ,1 ¥ cent, on No. X vessels to Liverpool
inland transportation on merchandise by steamer
to Augusta i V cent, by steamer from Augusta to
Savannah 2 Til cent, premium.
Stocks and Bonds.—Nothing doing and no quota
AT 11-2 CENTS PER POUND.
r I ’HE Subscribers announce to the Savannah public
A that they are prepared to furnish Ice in any
quantity at one and a half cents per pound.
Orders should be sent to their Depot, Rlbero’a old
Ice House, Congres. street Lane, between Whitaker
and Bull streets.
Orders from the country promptly filled.
scpt2i-lw P. L. GUE i CO.
REID & STEWART,
CAN be found at the store of Messrs. CLAGHORN
A CUNNINGHAM, corner of Drayton nnd Bay
streets They have now resumed business as before
the war. septal-lw
Via Darien, Doctortown and
THE light draught steamer COMET, Cant. N King,
will leave os above To-morrow Morning at 10
or to CLAGHORN & CUNNINGHAM.,
lately existing under the name of
Macky, Hogg & Cos.,
HAVING been dissolved by the death of Alexander
Hogg, the subscribers beg to announce that
they will continue the
Shipping and General Commission Business
AT No. 203 AND 205 BAT ST.,
under the name of
Macky, Beattie & Cos.
•eptfc.im Robert h. beattie
Mlaatare Almanac-THU Day.
Sun rises 648 Moon rises 8 7
Sun sets 5 47; High water 933
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Friday, Sept. ,22 1865.
Steamer Laura, Dunwell, Augusta—Erwin A Har
Steamer Win G Gibbons, Phllpot, Darien. Ca—Er
win A Hardee.
Steamer Resolute, Cannon, Hilton Head.
Steamer Amazon, Johnson, Augusta—Erwin A Har
Retorts.—Passed steamer General Berry, bound
for Augusta, at the wreck of steamer Leesburg, at 12
o'clock, m, on the 20th. Passed steamer Hiram M
Cool, at 1, pm, on the 20tb, at Buzzard Bar, for Au
gusta. Passed steam propeller. Peedoodle, hound
for Augusta, with passengers only, at 3, p m. at Rob
inson Round, tiound up. Passed steamer Helen at
McCoy’s Bluff, for Augusta, at 11 o'clock, a nt, on the
21st. ' At the same place, at 12 o’clock, in, steamer R
H Mav passed up on the 21st. Passed steamer Oak
on the 22d, at Goldwin Reach at 8 o'clock, ant, bound
up. Passed steamer Falcon at Old Sisters’ Ferry, on
the 22d, at 9, a in.
Steamship Minnetonka, Balclt, Philadelphia—Hun
ter A Gammell.
Steamship Pent, Greenman, New York—Hunter A
Steamer O M Petit, Hernandez, Augusta—Richard
son A Barnard.
Steamer Emiile, Bender, Hilton Head.
Steamer Laura, Dunwell, Augusta—Et win A Har
Per Steamer Amazon, from Augusta—W H Stark,
J L Vtllalonga, George Green, Erwin A Hardee, Ex
press Cos, EF Metcalfe A Cos, Brigham. Baldwin A Cos,
Crane, Johnson A Gruybill, W H Smith, H F Russell,
R Habersham A Son, Maj H Bry an, and others.
Per Steamship Perlf, for New Y ork.—W T Munday,
J W Taylor, B p Loper, C L Rlcg, H F Wtnnerlyn.
Per Steamship Minnetonka, for Philadelphia.—Mrs
S A Hodge and 3 children, Charles B Thompson, Mrs
J G Thompson and servant, E A Falllgaut, Uarrv
Bender, Theodore Simpson, J Pulaski, Robert Heel,
S Conner, J Tompson. W Saulsbury, J oumtiue. Rob!
Green, YV Simpson, W Harbour. A Mlher, and stcei
Per Steamer Amazon, from Augusta—Wm Thomp
son, H Rebagny, John Mercury, T Hastings, Lt John
Ryan, J E Frost, Lt D’Antlgnac, Thomas Conwell,
Thomas Nowlann, Mis H Murray, L Dwelle, Capt A
D’Anllgnae, \V P Beckley, Jake Henry—l 4 negroes in
Per Steamship Perit, for New York—7B2 bales Up
land cotton, 2 do domestics, 11 packages merchan
Per Steamsdlp Minnetonka, for Philadelphia.—B4l
bales Upland cotton, 460 do domestics, 3do wool, 2
bbls beeswax, 67 empty barrels, 9 do hltds. 4 packa
LIST OF VESSELS IN THE PORT OF
Savannah, Sept. 22,1865.
Constitution, Greenman, discg, foot of Lincoln st—
Brigham, Baldwin A Cos.
Yaruna, Whitehurst, discharging at the wharf east
of Central Cotton Press—John R Wilder.
New England, Hodges, discharging ballast at
Savles wharf, Hutchison’s Island—Brigham, Baldwin
Brig Aurora, (Br.) , from Halifax, N S, 378 tons
—discharging toot of Drayton stree—F L Gne A Cos.
Fanny, Crooker, Philadelphia—foot of Gas House
Hill—Hunter * Gammell.
Imogene, Saunders, 450, loading, Philadelphia,
Union Ferry Wnarf—L J Gnllmarrin A Cos.
Burchard A Torrey, Hasklll, discg, Iron Steamboat
Co’s wharf—Cheeseman A Marshall.
Regetta, Stanley, waiting, Dry Dock wharf, Hut
eliisou’s Island—Jos Llppman.
Iddo Kimball, Goslln, 525, loading for New Y'ork,
Central Cotton Press—C L Colby A Cos.
Sarah Mills, 153 tons, from New York—loading—
New Y'ork—Ewll, Koetchke A Cos.
Lottie Kolts, (3 masted) Endleott, dlsc’g., Machine
Shop, Eastern Wharves.
B L Sherman, (3 masted) in distress.
Schr Wpi E Stevenson, Threadcraft, 45, waiting,
at dock foot of Barnard street—Master.
Alice Flora, (Br) Knowles, from Nassau—waiting
at Lower Rice Mill—Bell, Wyllv A Christian.
Marv Ann Emma, Cousins, 185, discg, Iron Steam
boat Co’s wharf— Haywood, Gage A Cos.
Brig Regatta, Stanley—waiting—Jos Llppman.
Br Sloop Sylvia, Brown, from Bermuda—load
ing at tvbarf foot of Barnard street.
HEADQUAIftERS SUB-DtSTRICT OF OoEECHLK I
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 20, 18G5. I
No. 22. j
On and after this date articles in the Public
Market of this city will be sold at the following
prices. Persons violat’ng this order, will be
reported to this office and summarily dealt
By command of
Bvt. Major Gen. J. M. BRANNAN.
Wm. H. Folk, Ist Lient. and A. A. A. G.
Fresh Beef, Ist cut, per lb 20
Fresh Beet, 2d cut, per 1b... IS
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 lb 25
Bass, per lb 15
Drum per lb 15
Fresh Water Trout 15
Salt “ “ 15
Mullet, large size, per bunch 40
Mullet, small size, per bunch 25
Brim, per bunch of five 25
Perch, per bunch of five 40
Codfish, per lb lo
Shrimp, per quart, 13
Crabs, each. 7
Sturgeon, per lb 5
Sausages, Fresh pork 40
Bacon, per lb., from 20 to 25
Bitter, per lb 40 to 50
Clims per bushel 2 00
Cabbages, each, trom 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 IS
Ducks, per pair 2 00
Half Grown Fowls 75
Spring Chickens, per pair SO
Spring Chickens, 2d size 40
Eggs, per dozen SO
Turkeys, per lb 18
Geese, per lb ; 18
Fowl, grown, per lb 18
Rice Birds, per doz 35
HEADQRS BUB-DIS. OF OGEECHEE, 1
Savanhab, Gm, Sept. 19, 1865.)"
General Orders, I
No. 31. |
Hereafter, until further orders, the City
Market will be open trom 4 o’clock toll
o’clock, a. m., Sundays excepted, and on
Saturdays from 4 o’clock to 7 o'clock, p. m.
By command of Brev. Mai. Gen.
J. M. BRANNAN.
Wm. H. Folk, Ist Lieut, and A. A. A. G.
HEADQ RS DIST. OF SAVANNAH, )
Ist Division, Def't of Georoia, >
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 20th, 1865. )
No. 27. j ,
All persons receiving permits to ship am
munition to this port under the regulations
promulgated in Circular trom the Secretary
of the Treasury, of September Ist, 1865, will
be permitted to sell ammunition to such per
sons who have received permits from the
proper Headqnartess to retain fire arms for
By command of
Bvt Ms). Gen. J. M. BRANNAN.
Will A. Coulter, Bv t Mai. & A. A. Gee.
BATOBSLOH'S BAIK STS !
T fi? Original and Best in the World I The only true
»nd perfect llair Dye. Harmless Reliable and Instar.
Uneoua. 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 MILLEFI.EURS.
For Restoring and Beautifying the Hair
anl4-ly CHARLES BATCHELOR, Nr.» Took.
n A DAV! Ajtenta wanted to tirll a now and
JT-n-O wondcrfnl SEWING MACHINE, tho only
cheap one licensed. Address SHAW A CLARK. Bid
deford, Maine. *opl4-dAw3m
FOR CASH, all the Rags, Old Bagging, and Waste
Paper In the city.
WARREN A PLAINER,
septlß ts 210 Bay-st.
A MONTH! Agents wanted wanted for ati
•Two entrrrf.i nnr arfirirs, just ont. Address O. T.
GAREY, City'Building, Biddeford, Maine,
A NURSE AND HOUSE SERY'ANT—white or
colored; mnst be competent and faithful.
GEO. C. FREEMAN,
seplO-tf corner Bay and Drayton gts.
A SITUATION as Clerk or light Porter in a whole
sale oi retail store. Can bring good city refer
ences, and is not afraid to work Address, “J. B. C,"
Herald Office. sept2l-lw
Wanted to Rent.
AHOU.SE with four to 6 rooms by the first of Oc
tober. Address Dr. LkIIARDY.
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 nt the HERALD OFFICE.
ROOMS TO LET,
-A-t Hilton Head, 8. C.,
THE Palmetto Herald Building having been Newly
Fitted Up, now offers large and airy rooms, suita
ble for Sleeping Apartments or business purposes.
For terms apply to YV. S. Sampson, Jr., on the prem
ises, corner of Merchants’ Row and Palmetto Avenue,
from 4 o'clock to 6 o'clock p. m ju22
LINVILLE & GLEASON.
MERRITT, WALCOTT & CO.,
64 Conrtlanilt Street, New York.
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERS,
Bridge, Car, Ship or Band M,
SETT SCREWS, COACH OR LAE SCREWS,
Hot and Cold Pressed Nuts,
ROUND AND SQUARE WASHERS,
TurnTnuokles, Bolt Ends, Taps
and Hies, &e.
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 PACKING; LAMPS, PAINTS,
VARNISH, Ao.; ENGINEERS’ TOOLS,
of every description; CHIPPING
AND RIVETING HAMMERS,
WIRE, INSULATORS, BATTERIES, IN
STRUMENTS, ACIDS, SULPHATE
Also Manufacturers of the
BEST OAK TANNED BELTING.
MACHINERY, LATHS, PLANERS,
DRILLS, PUNCHES AND SHEARS,
STEAM ENGINES, STATION
ARY AND PORTABLE
Wholesale and Retail
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS.
WM. n. snERWOOD 4 CO., Savannah. Georgia,
southwest corner of Broughton and Jefferson
street*, under St. Andrew's Hall.
We are receiving by every steamer frefh articles of
Groceries of every description. Liquors imported and
direct from manufactures are offered at prices to suit
the trade. eept2o-lni
A COMPANY FOR THE SALE
TnE undersigned having associated themaelvea
with W If. Quincy, of New York, under the
style and title of •• Southern Real Estate and Emi
gration Company,” for the purpoaea of wiling
and aiding Kmigrßt.on, tiler their services to *ll in
Georgia and Florida who may desire to sell this kind
of property. We flatter ourselves that wc occupy a
position and enjoy advantages which enable ns to sell
Real Estate. Let all who wish to sell givens s call.
Full and fair dlscriptlona of land mast be given. We
can be found, for tbe present, at the store of J. N.
McKinnon A Cos., or at the residence of C. P. Jones.
Those who wish to purchase will do well to give us
a call as we have several cotton farms and large bodies
of turpentine and timber lands now entrusted to our
care. C V. JONES,
B. H. LKEKF
ThoUtaaville, Sept. 6,1366. eeptlG-2»w2w
Brown’s Standard Scales.
USED by tbe United States and Foreign Govern
ments for more than
Adapted to any branch of badness for foreign or
home market* Warranted accurate and durable,
Sales rooms No. 3 Bards j-st., near Broadway.
acplJ ly R. BROWN, Manufacturer.
S PRI CE - SH I N LK S
By Bell, Wylly & Christian,
Thin dav till o'clock in front of Store X m. Spruce
By. Rill, Wylly A Christian,
This day at U o’clock, will be sold in front of Stor*
for account of the Unrterwriters and all concerned,
6 BALES PACKING YARN,
Damaged in transit to this port and sold under in
BELL, WYLLY & CHRISTIAN
TbH day at 11 o’clock, in front of Store, will be sold
for account of Underwriter and all concerned. IS Bun
dles Twine -damaged on Board on hei voyage to
this Port and sold under inspection t»ep‘23
Bell, Wylly & Christian
Will aell at Private Sale
25 share? C. R. R. Stock
30 shares S. W. R. R. Stock
50 shares A. & O. R. R. Stock
5 stores E-itonton Branch R. R. Stock
10 shares Marine Bank Stock
2 shares Bank Savannah Stock.
BELL, WYLLY & CHRISTIAN
Will sell this day at 11 o’clock, in front of Store:
6 Hhds Bacon Sidra
25 Bbls extra Flour
100 doz. Fancy Soap
50 Roams Whits and Bias Ruled Letter Paper
10 Chests Tea
25 Kids No. 1 Mackerel
25 •• •• 2 “
26 ’• “ 3 “
28 qr Bbls “
lOHtf “ ••
20 Boxes Soap
20 “ Starch
15 Hlf Boxes and Cartoons Candies
100 Pair Blue Pants
6 doz YY'ood Seat YY'insor Chairs.
ALL dainn against the British sloop Sylvia, G H.
Brown, master, must be handed in before 8 o’clock
on Saturday morning next, otherwise payment will be
sep22-2 BELL, WYLLY' & CHRISTIAN, Agts.
Valuable Residence on the
Salts for Rent.
That fine place known ft* Pembroke, nituatcd about
7 mile* from the city on the Skidawuy Shell Road.—
Very healthy and a good place for fish, crab* and
oyster*. For further particular* apply to
wept2l-G BELL.WYLU A CHRISTIAN.
Valuable Brick Residence
At Private Sale.
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
Will be sold, if called for Immediately,that valuable
Lrick Dwelling, consisting of a good 3 story Brick on
basement with 2 stoiy out buildings, carriage house,
elaole &c„ situated on Monterey Square, No. 2 Scnd
der’s Block, next to corner of Bull fronting the Mon
ument. Possession given Ist November next. All In
good order. Apply at once. Bept2l-3
By Bell, Wylly & Christian!
Steam Engines, Boiler,
AX PRIVATE SALE.
We are offering for a few day* TWO STEAM EN
GINES, each cylinder being twelve Inches In diameter
and three leet stroke, with force pomps and shafting;
together with large flue boiler capable of generating
steam for both engines. All of which is m perfect
order and may be bought cheap if applied for imme
Rout. P. York, \ J J. R.Molntire.
M. E. Williams, j ( P. H. Warp.
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE & CO,,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SAVANNAH, (3- A..
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON AND LUMBER
References In Savannah—Brigham, Baldwin * Cos.;
Erwin ft Hardee, Gaden A Unckles, Isaac D. La-
Rochc, Eeq , Hiram Roberts, Esq.; YVylly Wood
bridge, Esq.; nunter & Gammell; L. C. Norvell ft
References In New York—Messrs. Samuel T. Knapp
Sc Bro.; D. H, Baldwin A Cos. an’ZC-eodlm
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nym New York City.
600J2b? n * w ,ot
Bcpt2l-if Bay street, opp. M ■tan’s Church
V Ctth Olsqpntoli.
UIO N ,
will be ready to receive freight cn
SATCRiOAY, THE 33d INSTANT.
For terms and engagements apply to
J. T. PATTERSON, Agent,
sept 22-2 No. Y.i Stoddard’s Block.
The new and light draught
Propeller L. E]S"OS,
is now ready and will receive freight at Bolton’s w harf
for Augusta and Intermediate landings. Apply to
sep22 L. J. GCiLMARTLN ft CO.
“FOR new YORK,
Atlantic Coast Mail Steamship Cos.
The rerr fast Palling new ptcamship
will poaitively sail on her regular
Saturday, 33d last., nt 11 o’clock a. m.
*” viDE rer J Ocgant accom
sept?! .TNO R. WILDER. Agent.
NEW Jin YORK.
XDE new and elegant firet claw U. aS. Mall Steam
"j. , Bh jP NEVADA, Capt. Carpenter, will lxMwitivelv
sail for the above port on
Saturday, Sept, 33d, at 10 o’clock a. m.
For freignt or passage, having splendid accommo
dationa, apply to
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN ft CO,
sep2l Stoddard’s Building, opp. PostOfllce.
FOR NEW YORK
STAR 4® LINE.
The first class V. S. Mail Steamships
CONSTITUTION, - ' - ' . ‘ CapU’ua^u
The above ships compose the Line, and will sail
from New York and Savannah every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN* CO, Agents,
WAKBMAN, GOOKIN A DICKINBON, Agents,
_ 1? Broadway, New York.
American Ship NEW ENGLAND,
Hodge, Master, having a large portion of
cargo engaged will be ready to receive
cargo at Lower Hydraulic Press on the 18th
For freight or passage apply to
Bf l )l + tr BRIGHAM, BALDYVIN * CO
THE undersigned intend to keep np a regular week
ly line of first class Sailing Vessels plying be
tween Savannah and tho above port, with imperinr
accommodations for passengers and the very best fa
ct ltlea 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.,
se P‘ s eor. Bay and Abercorn streets
FOR mtlUHl UR CHARTER.
. hri 1 MARY COBB, 285 tons lmr
then, 2800 bbls capacity, will receive freight or char
ier on reasonable terms. For particulars, enquire oi
.r WM CANTWELL. Agent.,
B< T l9 ts Box 79, Hilton Head.
fIYHE undersigned are prepared to receive gooda at
V their YY arehonsra for shipment to Augusta and
points beyond by their regular line of light dr.mght
boats. Apply to CHAS. L. COLBY,
sept2l—tf cor. Bay and Abercorn fits*
CONNECTING WITH ATLANTIC AND
GULF R. R. FOR THOMABVILLE.
THE Light Draught Steamer WM. G GIBBONS,
Cupt. Phiipot. will leave Dillon’s Whirl on
Tuesday morning, "2d 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 Tbomasvllle
Freights payable here.
ERWIN & HARDEE
JOHN L. ROUMILLAT,
ang2l-lm Agent on Wharf.
FREIGHT FOR MtBSTL
And Forwarded Semi-Weekly.
£" I££*“ss AMAZON, Capt. R. JoonbOw.
Per STEAMER LAURA, C’apt. Ei-wasi. 11 ni.rs
naving a commodious Warehouse on Dillon’s Wbarr
we are prepared to receive freight ss above.
Due notice will be given of the days of departure
of each steamer.
ERWIN 4 HARDEE.
JOHN L. ROUMILLAT.
se P lB 1“ Agent on Wharf
Bull Street, Comer es Bay Lane.
BACK OF THE POST OFFICE.
Just Received at the above Depot a farther supply of
DENIS DONNE, a Novel, by Annie Thomas. Price
BELIAL, a Novel. Price 50 cents.
CHRISTIAN’S MISTAKE, by the author of John
Halllax. Gentleman. Price 75 centa.
THE ROGUES AND ROGUERIES OF NEW YORK,
Price 36 cent*.
HARPER’S MONTHLY, GOOEY’S LADY’S BOOK’
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, 4c., for September.
The- usual assortment of
Northern Dailies and Weeklies
Received by Every Steamer.
ts | ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE.
100 Goehuu do do.
10 bbh. Lard.
10 arkhu Lard.
MILLER, THOMAS 4 CO,
ts cor. Bay and Dravton-st
Dissolution of Copartner
name * BAYAGE, Architects, ceased to
eX ‘*Uptt Maw** l7 ’ 1 DeWITT BRUYN.
H AIL.RO A OR
A. & G. R. R.
NT!7w. U fftven that the arrangement
hitherto existmg between Messrs. ErwlnAlUr
ilff B,e * mfr Gibbons, and this Comply
Act. l'rest. A. ft O. R. R. oo
KRYVIN ft IIARDBK.
Agents for Steamer.
On and after Friday, the 29th inst, the Steamer
... . ™ O. GIBBONS
wilibe P rompC°e^Vh^ r ,^ he ta *"
*epl9 9w * HARDER
Agent* for steamer.
QN and after'
Station 4 H Central Railroad!
Augusta and Savannah Railroad y boro on the
Passengers by this line will arrive m An„„... .a
next morning after leaving Bavann»h th ?
breakfast and connect with the Georei. V k e ’
train for Atlanta lne '* eor g‘» Railroad
GEO. W ADAtob.
General Superintend**! t
FL'PIiRINTENDENT’S OFFICE, >
received on and after Satnrday, the 26th inst
All w ay freight to be prepaid
By order of
GEO. W. ADAMS,
G - W ScattERGOOD.
"“E 4 * Assistant Superintendent.
Sea Island HoteL
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
Tuesday, June 20th, 1865.
a.lroli? ,T" r Hotel, situated on the most desirable
spot on the eastern bank or Hilton Head Island, af
ftnds a fine view of the Pier, Bay, Ocean, and sur
nnd"ime g i 8 , and t The SCHlcry is Quite as pleasing
and interesting In every respect, as the famous ova
£»p££,i aC i R. L, and is altogether as
healthful a place to spend the summer months. It
har(l «“ooth beach, seventeen miles long,
rwh Jt drive than the celebrated
Beach at Nahant, Mass., andaaflno sea bathing as
at that place or Cape May. “ w
The House has over seventy large, airv rooms and
verandahs on three sides of nil the stories; the furnl-
L U iro ro ei ’. , r l s 'ro '"’’ nnrt tht ‘ ,Rbl ‘‘ B wm he fttrnlshed
with the best that can be procured here and in the
Northern markets Every effort will be made to ren-
Dm. th( Hotel all that the most fastidious ran desire.
Bllliara Booms and Sea Bat hing houses will soon h«
in readiness for guests. jnJ3
Port Roval House,
HILTON HEAD, S C.
IDDELL A RUGG, PbopbiitOks
*■ 8 *n>D*i.i.. r
GRIFFING, BROTHER A (X)., Propriktorh,
6S *l,O 60 CODKTLAMK STUERT.
Manufacturers of Plows, Harrow*, Cultivators, Cut
ton Sweeps, Corn Mills, Cotton tains, *c.
Every implement wanted by the Planter, Also,
dealers in Field and Garden Seeds Also, Agents for
Bruec’a Concentrated Manure, Bone, Ac .
Semi for eirenlar. } U 2O 3 m
HffFLLOFGfI’S LEAD (0,~
•No* f>4 Duane St.,
HAVE constants on hand, their well known
Drop Shot, Lead Pipe, Duck Shot, Sheet
head and Bar Lead,
Which they offer for sale at the loweat market pricea
Orders solicited, and shipments promptly attended
to- -TAMES MoCULLOUGII, President,
sep 12-1 mo
T H £s^‘ e^ t y* el E htll Session opens OCTO
BER 2d. 1865. The Faculty is complete. The
rates 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 6 o
Music, (optional;, with use of instrument 33 00
Board, including Wishing, Lights, and Fuel.... 00 00
To be paid In advance, in currency or its equivalent.
„ J. M. BONNELL, President.
Macon. Ga. aumawttfocfc
THE subscriber, formerly of Savannah, and resident
at Btackehear, Pierce county, Qa.. on the Atlan
ta’ 4 Gulf Railroad, Kill give bis personal and undi
vided attention to the sale and purchase of Lands
contiguous to the said railroad, on commission, and
solicits the patronage of all neediDg an agent there.
A* experience in the laud, lumber and timber busi
ness of twenty years In Georgia and South Carolina
guarantees ample qii'dificatfon. Ho will be repre
sented in Savannah ny Mr. Henry Bryan, and In New 1
Y’ork by the Great Southern Land Agency, TI Broad .
way. JOHN D. DEIANNOY.
Refers to any old resident in Savannah.
Beaver Street, New York.
Offers for sale of his own importations, in bond and
duty paid, the largest stock of Wines, Liquors, 4c., of
any other house in this in part of
Otard, Heunesy, Pinet Castfflon, Martel, Godard
Brandy, Rochelle Brandies In half, quarter.and eighth
casks: also Otard and Ronyer, Laferrelcre and Fils
Brandy, In cases of one dozen each.
Udolpho Wolfe’s Schiedam In pipes. Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps, in bond and duty paid, in cases ot
one dozen quarts and two doaen pints.
“Whiskey and Ham.”
Scotch and Irish Whiskey, in hhds. and cases of one
dozen each Bourbon Whiskey in barrels and cases ot
one dozen each.
“ Jamaica " and "St. Croix Bum ” in hhds. and
cases of one dozen each.
Madeira, Sherry and Port Winea.
More than twenty different grades, hi halves, qnar
ters and eighth casks, also in cases of one dozsn
“Hock, Champugnr, Moselle and Claret
From Peter Arnold Mumm in Cologne, proprietor of
Josnnlsburg estate; J. H. D. Becker 4 Fils; Escha
nancer, Benecke 4 Cos., Bordeaux Barton 4 Guest in.
Bordeaux, and from other well known houses in Ger
many and France.
Oils, Coidials, 8 a munis, BiTrns, MrarauD, Olivas.
Bbanly, Eaistavis, Ac.
Twenty-five years’ business transactions with the
Southern States, with some of tbe largest snd most
respectable dealers.ehonld be sufficient guarantee that
every article offered by the advertiser for sale is pare
Samples can be seen, and catalogue of prices oh
tsineii, by addressing the above. ancS-Sm
PERMANENT or TisnaUmt Board can be obtained
in Broughton at., one door west Marshall House,
formerly known is Florida Houee.