departure ofttcemihipi and Bte incn.
steamer 'Win 0 Gibbons, every Tuesday morning
O- 9 o’clock.
Steamer Fountain, every Saturday morning, at 9
FB»M New York.—The Atlantic Coast Line Mall
Steamship Ariadne. Capt. Creary, from Sew York,
arrived yesterday morning at an early hour. We are
indebted to her Purser for late flies of papers.
Personal.— Among the passengers by the Idaho,
nom New York, which arrived yesterday, was P. M,
Woodward, Esq,, special Agent of the Post office de
partment for the State of Georgia. Mr. Woodward
u under Instructions to report directly to Provisional
Governor Johnson at MiUedgeville.
arrival of the IDAHO.—The star Line steamer
Idaho, from Sow York, outlie 20th, arrived early
vesterday morning. She reports fair weather
throughout the passage. The Idaho was commanded
on this trip by Capt. Crowell, formerly of the side
wheel steamship Florida, Mitchell’s Line. Purser H,
21. Meyer has our thanks for favors.
Mail for St. Georges, Bermuda—Capt. Brown,
of the Hr. Sloop Sylvia, requests us to state that a
mail bag for St. Georges, Bermuda, will be made up
at Bell, Wylly A Christian, on to-morrow morning at
“Our Mutual Friend,” by Charles Dickens, witli
Illustrations. We are Indebted to Mr. Estill for this
publication, issued by Harper A Brothers, New
ANOTHER NEW STEAMER FOR THE HIVF.R.—The
Steamer 0. F. Potter, formerly used as a tow boat on
the Hudson river, arrived at this port yesterday
morning. The 0. F. Potter has powerful engines, Is
of exceedingly light draft of water, and will be em
ployed as a tow boat for fiats between Savannah and
Augusta. Messrs Charles L. Colby A Cos., are the
Agents in tuts city.
FOR ArorsTa.—The propeller L. Enos, Capt. Smith,
with a very full cargo, departed yesterday morning
for Augusta. Messrs. L J. Guilmartin A Cos. are the
Agents for the L Enos.
Harper’s New Monthly.—We are indebted to Mr
Estill for a copy of Harper's New Monthly Magazine
for October. It Is as usual well filled with Interest
ing reading and handsomely Illustrated. It will be
found at Mr. EstiU's Literary Depot, corner of Bay
Lane and Bull street.
Fob the River trade —The new steamer Scorpio.
Capt. Rodgers, from New York, arrived at this port
yesterday morning. The Scorpio was bull at Deep
River, Conn., by EU Dennison,and her engine etc. by,
the Mystic Iron Works. The following are her di
mensions : length of keel, US feet; over all 122 feet ;
breadth of hull 23 feet ; over guards 33 feet, 6 inches;
deepth of hole S feet ; diameter of cylinder 27 inches;
length of stroke 6 feet ; draft of water light, 3 fee (
aft, 14 Inches forward, loaded draft aft 4 feet«inches
The Scorpio was built for Murray A Nephew, of New
York, and is consigned to Messrs. Hunter A G:i m
COL. M. T. HOLBROOK'3 COURT.
Savannah, Sept. 23,1865.
M. D. McCarthy vs. Margaret Frewen.—Disorderly
conduct and abusive language. After a careful ex
mlnation of the testimony adduced In the above en
titled clause, the defendant Is found guilty of the
first charge, viz. : Disorderly conduct, on the 21st
tnst. It Is therefore ordered, that she give bond*,
with good security in the sum of one hundred dollars
to keep, the peace for six months towards the citizens
of the State,and especially towards the complainant,
M. D. McCarthy, and that she pay all costs of suits.
M. A. Cohen, Trustee vs. Samuel Whaley (colored.)
—Recovery of premises, upon an appeal from Capt.
S. Cowdry, Provost Marshal decision. Upon the
hearing of the above entitled case it Is ordered,
that the Judgment of Capt. Samuel Cowdrey, Pro
vost Marshal of the Sub-District of Ogeecliee, be and
the same Is hereby affirmed, time being given to the
defendant until the flrat day of October next, to
vacate the premises. It Ls also ordered that the de
fendant pay the costs of suit
OFFICE FROVOST MARSHAL, SUB DIVISION OF THE
OOEECHEE—BEFORE CAPT. SAM’L COWDBY, FBOVOST
Savannah, Sept. 23, 1803.
TJ. S. vs. J. C Breen, U. S. Police—Drunkenness:
unable to go on Post when called on by Sergeant of
Police. On recommendation of the Chief of Police
that the defendant has always performed his duties
faithfully, and as this is his first offense, It was or
dered that he be lined in the 3am of $3, to be deduct
ed from his monthly pay.
U. S. vs. H. A. Thomas, U. S, Police—Not return
ing daring the nlgbt. Case discharged.
U. S. vs. C. A. Cope, TJ. S. Police—Resigns tion ten
dered, and recommended that he be allowed to re
D. S. vs. John O'Bryue—Quarreling. Discharged
after being in the guard house over night.
D. S. vs. John Marry—Drunkenness and Assault and
Battery; plea guilty. Fined $25.
TJ S. vs. Edward Leo—Drunkenness and disorderly
and wearing the uniform of a TT. S. soldier. Plea"
guilty. Fined $26.
TJ. 8. vs Samuel Lee—Drunkenness. Plea guilty. It
was ordered that the defendant be confined in the
City Guard House twenty-four hours.
TJ. 8. vs. Julia Lee (C'loredj—Petit Larceny. Plea
guilty. Ordered that the defendant be confined in
the City Guard House one month.
U. 8. vs. Chas. Dillon (colored)— Quarreling. Plea
guilty. Ordered that the prisoner be confined in the
City Guard House twenty-four hours.
17. 8. v». Thomas McGowan—Drunkenness and As
sault and Battery. Plea not guilty. It was ordered
that the prisoner be confined In the County Jail for
New York Market*.
Tuesday, Sept. 19, 6 P. M.
Breadstuffs.—Receipts— l2,4oo bbls. flour, c 0,067
bushels wheat, 89,871 do. corn, 67,170 do. oats. The
demand for state and Western flour was rather bet
ter, but prices again ruled iu buyers’ favor to the
extent of 6c. per bbl., most on inferior or common
grades. The sales embraced about 9,600 bbls. at our
revised quotations below. Southern flour was dull,
with a strong downward tendency. The sales were
400 bbls. Canadian flour was dull and 6c. lower ;
the sales were confined to 300 bbls. We quote :
Superfine state aud Western flour $e 75 a $7 25
Extra State J jj® * I2?
Choice State 2 ~ II?
Common to medium extra Western , 55 a 77a
Extra Ohio, round hoop, Ohio * SO a 8 so
Western trade brands 3 oj a 10 os
Common Southern * a
Fancy and extra do 19 a H Y-
C jmmon C inadlan • £»* <
Uood to choice and extra.... 8 00 a 10 85
The demand for wheat was somewhat better and
prices ruled about lc. higher, closing steady. The
-ales were to a fair extent, comprising 80,000 bush 1
els, at $1 56 a si 59 for Milwaukee club, $1 CO a $1
61M for amber Milwaukee $1 04 as2 05 for new am
ber State, and $1 56 asl 59 for Chicago spring. Hie
corn market was also active, and prices advanced lc.
per bushel. The sales were about 61, 500 bushels, at
80c. a 88c. for unsound. S9c. a 90c- for sound mixed
Western, 01c. for large mixed nearly yellow. Oats
were les3 active and some lower, bales of S ate
were made at 65c. e 56c-, Ohio at 5 2c., and 11 cstern
at 65c. a 56c., the latter an outside price.
Cotton was again Irregular and considerably ex
cited ; some were asking 45c. for middling grades at
the opening, but, in order to effect sales, were oia
llged to make concessions, the market closing rather
easier and nearly nominal and our quotations annex
ed. The sales were about 3.500 bales. We quote:
Uplands. Plan-Ida. Mobile. A. O. <t T.
Ordinary. .35 36 35 36
Middling 44 4446 45«
Ood middling. 46 46 47 - 48
Coffee —The market wns active and strong, with
a good demand from all sources. We notice sales of
the cargo ex Ann and Lizzie, comprising 3,084 bags
Rio at H«c„ gold. We quote :—Rio, prime, 22c.;
good 21 a 21 ><c.; fslrlßXaiWc.; ordinary , IBalß.sc.;
fair to good cargoes, lsjk a 20Sc. Java, mats and
bags, 26 a 27c. Maracaibo, 19 a 22>*c. Laguayra, 21
a 2216 c., all gold, net cash, duty paid. At the present,
time the stock embraces 61,628 bags, Including 413
bags Rio 3antos, 973 bags llama, 400 bags Maracaibo,
900 bags Laguayra, 342 bags other descriptions.
Candles.—City adamantine ruled firmer under a
light stock and good demand. The sales comprise
1,000 boxes at £CS » 27c. Western were also firmer.
The sales were about 1,500 boxes at 27 a 28c., the lat
ter an outside rate. Patent were In fair trade re
quest at 50c., and sperm at 40c.
Preiohts—To Great Britain, to the Continent, to
Australia, to California, and everywhere else—were
very quiet to-day, and rates to Liverpool were nearlv
nominal’ For corn, OX a 7d. was asked by saU and
steam, but there was nothing doing of moment.
Fish. A rtod demand prevailed for all descrip
tions. Dry Cod, was firm, with sales of 7 00 quin
tals Grand Bank, mostly at *B, and 1,000 quintals St.
Georges at $8 50 a s9.' New mackerel were scarce
and wanted, and prices ruled higher. The sales com
prised 600 bbls. at sl7 for her So. 1, sl* 60 for No. 2,
*26 for shore No. 1, sl6 » tor do. No. 2, and 11 so for
large No. 3. Box herring were also In scant supply,
and, under a vigorous Inquiry, prices advanced, with
sales as high as 65c. for scaled and 45c. for So. 1.
gunny Cloth was steady, with sales of 200 bales
light weight at 22*c.
Gunny lUos.—The market was quiet. The slock
Is scant aud Hlmost entirely out of first hand*, and
prices were very strong.
Hay.—The demand was fair at «o a 65c. for ship
ping lots, and 85 for prime city bsle.
HIDES.—The market was unusually quiet. Holders
continued very Arm In tnelr views. Receipts light
and present stock poorly assorted. Upwards of twen
ty thousand hides are reported to have been destroy
ed by the recent Are of Coe’s bonded warehouses,-
The sales alnce our last embrace 100 city slaughter
(cow), so lbs average, at 9c.; 450 do. (steer) 65 lbs
average, at 12c.; 2,000 Rio Grande, 20 lbs average at
17J!c.; 1,200 city slaughter (steerl. 65 lbs average
and 750 Western slaughter (cow), 50 lbs average on
Molasses. —The demand was oulv moderate and
confined almost exclusively to the trade. We note
sales of 40 htnls Porto Rico at 87 s a 90c.. and 20 hints
Cuba muscovado at 55 a 60c.
Naval Stores.—Spirits turpentine were steadr
with sales of 200 bbls at sllO iu huge lots, and $1 if,
for retail parcels. Crude do. was in demand and
brought full prices. We note sales of 240 bbls, per
280 lbs, at $5 50. Resins were active and firm. The
sales Included 900 bbls common, at $5 87*4 a *6 12X •
1,100 bbls strained, at $6 5J a $7 50; 840 bljLs No. 2, at
$8 a $10; 370 do. No. 1, at sll a sls, and 140 do.
prime pale, at sl6 a $lB. Tar and pitch were rather
more quiet, butjprices were well sustained.
Bacon was quiet and nominally the same. Cnt
meats were quiet and rai her weaker. The sales were
about 300 packages, at 15c. a 16c. for shoulders, and
19c. a 2216 c. for hams. Butter was iu good trade de
mand and prices were firm ; the sales were at 33c. a
45c. for State, and 25c. a 37. for Western. Cheese was
firm, with a good business at tic. a 16*4c. for com
mon to choice factory. The demand for lard Was
fair, and full prices were realized; the sales were
about 1,000 packages, at 23Me. a2B Me., the last price
Rice was without noticeable change iu everv re
Sugar.—The market was moderately active and
holders obtained full prices. The sales embraced
771 hhds. Good muscovado at from 12. MC. to 14c. and
500 hlKls. Porto Rico on terms we did not learn ;
also 100 boxes Havana at 17,Sc. Refined was
steady and In good demand. Steward's quotations
are as follows: leaf, 20.5 e.; white, 19 sc., and yel
Tobacco was in fairly active demand, and prices
were steady. We note further sales of 120 hhds.—
Kentucky at 9c. a 27c., 20 hhds, Virginia at BX-, aud
12 cases seed leaf at 33c.
Tea.—We note further sales of 12,000 packages
greens and Oolongs on private terms. The market
was very firm under an active Inquiry.
Tallow was steady, with a demand In port for
speculation. The sales were about 120 lbs. at 17c. a
wool.—The market was steady with a fair de
mand. We note sales of 250,000 lbs. State and West
ern fleeces at 65c. a T7X-, but mostly at 65c. a 75c.;
20,000 do. California at 27J6C. a 42 xc-; 30,000 do.
pulled, private ; and 350 bales Mesrlze and Cape at
35c. a 40c.
Whiseey.—Receipts, 175 bbls. The high views of
holders served to restrict trade. The sales were only
200 bbls. at $2 29 a $2 30 for Western.
[From our Special New York Correspondent ]
S ew York Markets.
New York, Sept, 20, 1865.
Cotton Is arm at 45Xc, for Middling.
Flour.—Receipts 9,033 bbls. Sales 10,000 bbls;
State and Western 5 a 10c. better, State $6 85 a $7 90.
Ohio $3 40 a $lO 65; Western $e :5a $3 10. Southern
rather more steady ; sales 500 bbls, mixed to good
$8 25 a $lO 00 ; Fancy and F.xtra SIO4O a $l4OO.
CanadaSalOc. higher ; Sales .350 bbls.; Common
Extra $7 70 a $7 90. Extra good to choice $8 00 a
Wheat.—lc. lietter. Sales 60,000 bushels.
Corn.— Firmer. Sales 60,000 bushel.
Oats—Dull and heavy. Beef quiet.
Pork steady, Sales 450 bbls, New Mess $32, 50;
Old Mess S3O 50 a 31 ; Prime $26 00 a 26 50, do Mess
$9 37. x a $9 75.
Butter.—Quiet. Sales of Ohio $26 00 a $33.
State 37 a 45.
Whiskey.—Quiet at $2 29 for Western.
New York Money Market.
TUESDAY, Sopt. 19, 2 P. M.
A further advance of hi a y, per cent, was made
to-day In Exchange on London and the continent, on
the Gold rates, and as this carried the figures close
up to the shipping point, there was a corresponding
rise In the Gold Room. The sales of Bills on Loudon
were 109 X a 109 X ; the sales of Gold at 143'; a 144 per
cent. The business at the advanced terms was not
very large, but some of the leading Banking Houses
were refusing to draw at a concession from the top
Money was easier than usual at 5 per cent, to the
Stock Exchauge and Money Brokers at call to-day.—
Prime Discounts 6 a 7 per cent.
The day’s business was a heavy one at the Custom
house. the Qold Duties paid In are about $300,000.
although time was afforded for sending only $701,000
Into the Treasury Office. ,
The gold market was very firm, In sympathy with
the advance In the rates for foreign exchange. The
opening price 14316, from which there was an ad
vance to 144. followed by a recession of X and a re
covery to 144.
The exports (exclusive of specie) from New York
to foreign ports, for the week ending Sept T9th, com
pare as follows:
ICC3. 1884. 1865.
For the week ..$2,646-366 $5,148,484 $3,704,475
Prev. rep0rted...124,797,724 156,619,052 111,204,359
Since Jan. 1....5127,444,090 $161,667,536 $114,908,834
The entire revenve receipts from Internal taxes,
from the Ist day of last J illy, up to yesterday, amount
to $8U,479,50241. Thl9 far exceeds expectation. The
receipts yesterday were $1,816,496 91.
Tke New York Dry Goods Market.
We dnesday, Sept. 20, P. M.
Domestic goods continue to droop,and Shlrtlngsand
Sheetings are off 5 cents per yard. Prints are down
2 cents, and buyers pressing for n further reduction-
The Imports of foreign goods are not up to the early
antlcipations-of the trade. The advance In the Eu
ropean Markets has produced this result. Trade
continues active, and merchants were never better
satisfied with the result of the autumn trade.
Baltimore, Tuesday, Sept. 19.
Flour steady ; sales of western Extra nt $9 60 ;
-Howard Superfine, $8 62. Wheat steady ; receipts
of prime very light. Com dnll. Oats firm at 43 a
44c. Provisions held urmlv ; stocks much reduced.
Whiskey very firm at $2 32' for Western. Flax Seed
-Steady at $3 25 : Timothy, $4 76 a $5.
The total value of Imports at Boston for the week
ending September 16 was $562,228, against $e96,646
daring the corresponding week In 1864. Total since
January 1, $18,107,579. Average amount per week
$189,394. The total value of exports for the same time!
Including specie, was $387,280, against $393,528, for
the corresponding week In 1864.
Over one hundred thousand dollars In gold was
paid for duties on foreign merchadlse In the Custom
House on Monday. _
The total value of foreign exports from the port o r
Baltimore last week was $258,672.
The Herald learns by a letter ot late date from
Bogota, and from good authority, that a branch of
the Bank of London, Mexico and South America will
be very shortly established In New York. This bank
has received concessions of very valuable and ex
tensive privileges from the government of Colom
The Pennsylvania Coal Trade.—The coal trade
In Pennsylvania ls very active, and strong efforts arc
being made to keep up, and even to advance the
price, although In order, seemingly, to cover over
the design of dealers, the flimsy and transparent ar
gument Ls pat forward that It Ls not the Interest of
the coal trade to estatlsh high prices. There has
been difficulty in some of the mines occasioned by
strikes, and the supply, In consequence, has fallen
below the amount shipped last year over a million
and a quarter tons, but those troubles are abon 1
ended. The difficulty In the Lackawanna region has
heen amicably settled, and the miners have resumed
their labors, and we may consequently expect from
that section a largely Increased supply. The ship
ments this season, as compared with last, are as fol
15 64 . 7,391,749 tons.
1655!! 6,070,371 tons.
Decrease this year 1.321,378 tons.
Some of the Philadelphia papers are endeavoring
to bull the market.
The First National Bank of New York makes the
following quotations for compound interest notes
(buying rates): June, 105>«1 July, 198 X ; August,
103 X 1 October, 1028* ; December, 101 -
Garden Lot for "Sale.
nw ACRES flrat quality Und. wooded, with good
// building site, 4X miles from town, fronts w.st
on Wnitebloff Road, with lands of Boyer on the
north, Carrnthers east, and Stile* south. Price S6OO.
See plat at my offlc » w HENRY BRYAN.
Rue, Whitney & Cos.,
202 BAY STREET,
Savannah, » * * * Q-a-
Particular Attention Paid to
Shipments to our Haase to Philadelphia,
The friends snd acquaintance of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Kirby, are requested to attend the funeral of
their eldest daughter, MARY ANN, .from corner of
Bay and Lincoln streets. This Afternoon st 3 o’clock.
SEA ISLAND HOTEL (HILTON HEAD) SKIT. 21.
J M Morgan, Chareston Lt L W Uamon, 29 Me V
A B Smith, do l.t CIT Peltengll). do
A E Tallmadge, do G B Bealer, Washington
A O Farris, do Capt c Door. Savannah
W W Sampson, do |Mrs-. M Mlckler, do
H Lowenthal, do IP H Lake. do |
O 11 Moore, USA i P P Burger, New York
Mrs Chapin, Jacksohville |
Lt J B Holmes 21 C S C T Lt J R Rathburn,
Capt J J Bpbeuu, 6 C S In| 21 C 8 C T
A E Tallmadge, Charlest’n. Lt J Ryan, Alt-any,
H B Smith, do jJ B Chase, Savannah
J W Chlselln, do IE C Culps, onlo
PORT ROYAL HOUSE (HILTON HEAD) SEPT. 21.
Lt C M O’Ryan, 104 USCTiM U Paddock, Lemon Isl
S Rttch, St Helena |M Nugle, N York Clt\
P Finn, do J Colgut, do
P Nelson, do |J Palmer. do
J Saber, do jC W Morgan, Washington
W Meon, do II MaginnLs, U S S N 11
J Cnttres, do C Keefe, do
F. Caleill, do | R Ricmson, do
G Caleill, do i.l Burns, do
J Gillen, Charleston j(1 Astrandon, do
HC Foster, do |G Brown, do
H P Davis, Philadelphia 1.1 Williams, do
Mrs Austin, Hilton Head I\Y Costello, do
R Ham, do J Smith, do
TE Scott, do GW Close, do
W H Smith, do j
H B Moore, AQ M 1 H J Spur, US N
S M Whitman, Beaufort John w Cohen, N York,
E L Barnes, Capt 128CSCT1G S Ragg, Charleston
A Whyte, jr, Lt 128 do (John Sethu, Savannah
S R Nickerson, St Helena
WL Palmer, CSNH it Waters, Beaufort
W Yellacoit, do j W Peepie, Savannah
W Fox, Hilton Head I
Miniature Almanac—Tkls Day.
Sun rises 5 50:Moon rises 9 30
Sun sets 5 541 High water 10 58
PORT OF SAVANNAH
Saturday, Sept. 23 1860.
Steamship Ariadne, Powers, New York—John R
Reports.—Passed Steamship Idaho twenty miles
South-west of Hattcras, at 2 o’clock Friday afternoon.
Steamship Idaho. Holmes, New Y'ork—Brigham,
Baldwin A Cos.
Steamer Scorpio, Rodgers, New York—Hunter A
Steamer O M Potter, Roberts, New Y ork—Chas L
Colby A Cos.
Steamer Emilie, Bender, Hilton Head.
Steamer Falcon, Kates, Augusta, Ga—CL Colby
Steamer Union, Moody, Augusta—J T Patterson,
Steamer Laura, Dunwell, Augusta—Erwin A Har
Steamer Amazon, Johnson, Augusta—Erwin A liar
Tug C T Sheppard, Bliss, Tybee Roads,
McAlpin A Co's fiats, Nos 17 and 18, from Augusta
-683 bales cotton, to T L Henry. E Padelford, E ltat
Young's flat, from Augusta—3s4 bales Upland cot
ton, to R Habersham & Sons.
Steamship Nevada, Carpenter, New York—Brig
ham, Baldwin A Cos.
Steamship Nightingale, Breaker, New York—John
Steamer Staudlah, Moore, Beaufort, 9 C.
Steamer Resolute, Spregg, Hilton Head.
Steamer Comet, King, Hawkiusville—Claghorn A
Steamer Standlah, Moore, Brunswick, Ga.
Steamer t Enos, Smith, Augusta—L J Guilmartin
Per Steamship Nevado, for New York.—9l3 bales
Upland cotton, 29 do Sea Island do, 100 packages
Per Steamship Nightingale, for New York —791
bales Upland cotton, 42 do Sea Island do, 132 do do
mestics, 33 packages merchandize.
Per steamer Amazon, from Augusta —4so bales Up
land cotton, 58 do domestics.
Per Steamer Laura, from Augusta— oo bales Upland
Per Steamer Falcon, From Augusta—lls bales Up
land cotton, 85 do domestics, 30,000 lbs fruit.
PORT OF PORT ROYAL.
Sept. 21.—Brig A B Cook, Speed, New York.
Sept. 20.—Steamer McClellan, Samuels, New Y’ork.
Per Steamship Idaho, from New Y'ork.—A MS, Bell
Wyllv A Christian, Brigham, Baldwin A Cos, A L Brad
ley, John Bowlers, Crane, Johnson A Graybill. Blnn
& Meyer, Mrs W H Bulloch, R O’Bvrne, .1 R Boyd, J
9 Cohen, A M Cohen A Bros, Cotlier A SUverhill, R
Conain. H J Dickerson A Sons, Dzynlinski A Slager,
.1 R Reilly, B F Einstein, Einstein A Cos, S Family, M
Furst * Cos, A Fawcett A Cos, -Greer A Lake, J Gilli
land A Cos, S A Gardner, 11 .1 Gardner, Oco Welbrook,
Gaden A Unckles. B A L Goldbcrry, Guckenheiincr A
Selig, L J Guilmartin A Cos, C 1. Gilbert, Robt Haber
sham, W G Robtuson, Height A- Ludlow, U Ilersch
field, Brady, Smith A Cos, nalsey, Watshn A- Cos, M B
Hassett. J Helmbolilt, Sealy A co, Erwin A Hardee,
J Llppman, ,T H Kalin, O Cohen. Adams Express Cos,
N B Knapp, .1 Lama, H Lcffier, Lovell A Lattlmore,
L B A Cos, S M Leadner, James Leavv, J F Martin, L
Meyer, A J Miller, W H May A Co,' 1) P Deyo, S R
McCabe, Gray, Mullarkey A Cos, JC Maker A Cos, J
Nicholson, Central Railroad, M Newmark, Oliver A
Barnum. Keln A Cos, C G Flatnev, H W Pease, Roths
child and Stern, J Rosenfeld A Bros, F J Ruckert, W
H Stark, C L Slager, J C Schreiner A Son, A Sevdel A
Bros, A A Solomons A Cos, Wm Duncan, S H C, Sa
vannah Gas Light Cos, It H Vickers, J G Mehrtens, c
White, Wheeler A Wilbur, Warren A Plainer.
Per Steamship Ariadne, from New Y'ork.—Bell,
Wylley A Christian, W U Stark, A S Hat bridge, W .M
Darlington, Lovell A I.attlranre, 8V G Robinson, T
Nugent, James Leavy, R W Colev, O Cohen, Erwin A
Hardee, J McMahon, M Lavtn, Ksq, J E Aernandez,
H P A P, Gardner A Unckles. Claghoru A Cunning
ham, A L Bradley, B G TUden, Rogers A Crane, T
Bateson, Thomas Pepper, J I. RomTliat, A heftier, J
Epstein A Bros, Hunter A Gammell, Bluu A Meyer,
J T Thomas A Cos, C W Thompson, Merrell A Hard
man, A M Cohen A Bros, H, Paul A Pitts, Nix Kirk
land, Ames A Peabody, B Kohn, L N Guilmartin, A
Asher, Keln A Cos, Wm Starr, N A Hardee, L 4 G. W
H Tutt, C K Osgood, Cutner A Silterhlll, Chas Pep
per, C C R Road Agent, N B Kuapp, Kerllng A Cos, H
Melnhard A Bros, P Keilley, Miller, Thomas A Cos, J
S Cohen, Dewitt A Morgan, M 3 Meyer, S M Laffi
leaw, Rothschild A Stein, M Furst, Heidt A Ludlow,
J R Keilley. E Flesch, Planters’ Assoclatlou, J J R *
Cos, c H Johnson, H In a diamond, R T Byrd A- Cos, S
A J Gardner, H YV Pease, W H Wiltberger, T Vail, H
Hasbfleld, J Jorslauskl, steamer Oak, lfenrv Berkele,
C White, M Prichard, Mrs Jl Murphy, J T Raymond,
H TBrower, G*L, Mina square, t Zacharlas, C L
Mallory, J YV Bacon, New High Shoals Manufactur
Per Steamer Union, from Augusta —O Cohen, Robt
Habersham A Sons, J R YY’llder, Hunter A Gammell.
Per Steamship Ariadne, from New Y’ork.—W H
Clune, P H Woodward, Mrs Gilt. Mrs Bullls, Mrs An
drews, Lewis Loot, A D 11111, J E Flln, E H Clement,
S Clew, A Bums, J Knoblock, A Wengenroth, Patrick
Quin, J Christman, Michael Hughes, U McGowan.
Per Steamship Nevada, for New York.—Mr Stead
well, John Richardson, G B Thompson, C H Jones, J
W Ford, R Crane, YV SilverhUl, W A Chester, Thomas
Nowland, R Harvey, J Buckley, Miss P Elliott, MLss
Owens, A R Tavlor, Isaac M Frank, F Towers, R F
Einstein, S Falnier, P Barnett, J Crocker, P Plagman,
11 Jackson, wife and child,
Per Steamship Nightingale, for New Yorh—R La
chores, B H duel, B D Brantley, Titos White, Hetu v
Meyer, W Webster, F H Kuhe, C Casaler, J F Lewis,
J A Skelton, C C Skelton, John Kenny, G Biown, J S
Sibley, Geo Boune, Paul YValler, A Geleusky, and
List op vessels in the pout of
Savannah, Sept. 24,_1565.
Idaho, Crowell—discharging—foot of Abercom st—
Brigham, Baldwin A Cos.
Ariadne, Creary—Ulscharg.ng—at Central Cotton
Wharf—John R Wilder.
New England, Hodges loading for Liverpool—at
Lower Hydraulic Press—Brigham, Baldwin A Cos.
Brig Anrora, (Br.) . from Halifax, N 8, 378 tons
—discharging foot of Drayton stree—F L One A Cos.
Imogens, Saunders, 450, loading, Philadelphia,
Union Ferry Wharf—L J Guilmartin A Cos.
Bnrchard A Torrey, HasklU, dlscg, Iron Steamboat
Co’s wharf—Cheeseman A Marshall.
Regetta. Stanley—loading—Dry Dock wharf, Hut
chison’s Island—Jos Llppman.
Lottie Kolts, (3 masted) Endlcott, dlsc’g., Machine
Shop, Eastern Wharves.
B L Sherman, (3 masted) In diatreso—repairing.
SchrWmE Stevenson. Threadcreft, 45, waiting,
at dock foot or Barnard street—Master.
Mary Ann Emma, Cousins, 166, wring, Iron Steam
boat Co’s wharf—Haywood, Gage A Cos.
Br Sloop Sylvia. Brown. St Georges, Bermuda—
loading at wharf foot of Barnard street.
An election will be held it the Court Haase m the
City of Savannah, on Wednesday, the foarth day of
October next, for three Delegate# to represent Chat
ham Conn'j in the Convention of the People of Geor
gia. whose Delegates are required to meet tt Mill
edgevtlle at 12 o’clock, meridian, on the 4th Wednes
day of October. A. D.. 1865.
To entitle a citiaen to vote he must he qualified a*
prescribed by the Constitution and Laws of the State
of Georgia, iu force immediately before the 19th of
Jannaiy. A. D . 1561, (the date of the Ordinance of
Secession j and also he must have taken and sub
scribed the Oath of Amnesty, as set forth In the Pres
ident’s Proclamation of May 29th, A. D., 18G6.
The election will be held in obedience to the Proc
lamation of the Provisional Governor of Georgia pub
lished on the 13th da? of Jttlv, 1865.
Polls will be opened st seven o'clock a. m , and he
closed at six o'clock p. m.
The Sheriff of the County, or his Deputy, with the
Constables thereof, who have complied with the
Proclamation of the President aforesaid, are required
to attend said election and preserve order.
WM. H. CUTLER, J. I. c. c. c.
GEO. P. HARRISON. J. 1. c. c. c.
JOHN WILLIAMSON, a. i. c o. c,
BATCHELOR'S BAIR DYE !
The Original and Best In the World 1 The only true
and perfect Hair Dye. Harmless. Reliable and Instan
taneous. Produces lramediate.y a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without injuring the hair or skin.
Remedies the ill effects of bad dye*. Sold by all Drug
gists. The genuine la signed William A. Batchelor
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEURS,
For Restoring and Beautifying the Hair
aul4-ly CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York.
A DAY! Agents wanted to sell anew and
wonderful SEWING MACHINE, the only
cheap one licensed. Address SHAW A CLARK. Bid
deford, Maine. scpl4-dAwSm
FOR CASH, all the Rags. Old Bagging, and Waste
Paper in the city.
WARREN A PLATNER,
septlß ts 210 Buy-at.
Jt(l| I A MONTH! Agents wanted wanted for nix
-P»Mr entirely new articles, lust out. Address O. T.
GAREY, City Building, Biddeford, Maine.
A SITUATION as Clerk or light Porter in a whole
sale 01 retail store. Can brine pood city refer
ences, and is not afraid to work. Address, “J.B. 0.,”
Herald Office. sept2l-lw
Offices to Let.
TWO ROOMS TO LET, SUITABLE FOR
Apply at the- HERALD OFFICE.
Cellar to Let.
TO LET, A LARGE CELLAR, SUITABLE FOR
Apply at the HERALD OFFICE.
ROOMS TO LET,
At Hilton Hoad, S. C.,
THE Palmetto nerald Building having been Newly
Fitted Up, now offers large and airy rooma, suita
ble for Sleeping Apartment* or bnetaeafl purpose*.
For terms apply to W. S. Sampson, Jr., on the prem
•set, corner of Merchants’ Row and Palmetto Avenue,
from 4 o’clock to C o’clock p. m ju22
LINVILLE l GLEASON.
MERRITT, WALCOTT & CO.,
64 Conrtlandt Street, New York,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERS,
Briige, Gar, Ship or Band Hoot,
SETT SCREWS, COACH OR LAO SCREWS.
Hot and Cold Pressed Nuts,
ROUND AND SQUARE WASHERS,
Turnbucliles, Bolt Ends, Taps
and Dies, Jfco.
ALSO DEALERS IN
LOCOMOTIVES, CAR3, RAILS, CHAIRS,
SPIKES,TIRE9, AXLES; CAR TRIM
MINGS of every description, nnd
every article used in constructing
or operating Railroads.
COAL OIL, TALLOW, WASTE FELTING, HEMP,
AND RCBBER PACKING; LAMPS, PAINTS,
VARNISH, Ao.; ENGINEERS' TOOLS,
of every description; CHIPPING
AND RIVETING HAMMERS,
WIRE, INSULATORS. BATTERIES, IN
STRUMENTS, ACIDS, SULPHATE
Also Mauufactcrers 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. SHERWOOD A CO., Savannah. Georgia,
southweat corner of Brongbton and Jefferaon
elreeta, under St. Andrew's Hall.
We are receiving by every ateamer fresh article# of
Groceries of every description. Liquor. Imported and
direct from manufacture* are offered at price* to suit
the trade. sept2o-lra
■ Brown’s Standard Scales. |
TTSED by the United State* and Foreign Govem-
U menu-dor more thau
Adapted to any branch of boainet* for foreign or
home market* Warranted accurate and durable.
Salas rooms No. 3 Barclay-at., nrar Broadway.
eepW if R BROWN. Manufacturer
Bell, Wylly A Christian
Will sell at Private Sale
*8 .lures C. R. R Stock
:w shares S. W. R. R. Stock
50 shares A. A li. R. R. Stock
• 5 shares Ettonton Branch R. R Stork
19 sharer Marine Bank Stock
2 suarcs Bank Savannah Stock.
Valuable Residence on the
Salts for Rent.
_ That fine place known a<* Pembroke, mmated abe at
7 miles from the city on the Skidawuy Shell Road.—
Very healthy and a good place for llah, crabs and
oyster* For further iwuticulars apply to
septa 1-:. BELL, WYLLI A CHRISTIAN _
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
Steam Engines, Boiler,
AT PRIVATE SALE.
We are offering for a few days TWO STEAM EN
GINES, each cylinder Iteinu twelve inches in diameter
and three :eet stroke, with force pomps and shafting;
together with large flue boiler capable of generating
steam for both engines. All of w hich is in perfect
order aud may be bought cheap if applied for imme
Rost. P. Yo*k, ) l J R.Mclntis*.
M. E. Wii.i.tAMe, | \ P. n. Ward.
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE & CO,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
GONSifINMiHTS OF COTTON AND Mi HUBER
References In Savannah—Brigham, Baldwin A Cos,;
Erwin A Hardee, Gaden A Unckles, Isaac D La-
Roche, Eaq ; Hiram Roberta. E»q.; Wvlly Wood
bridge. Esq., Hunter A Gammell , L. C. 'Norvell A
References In New York—Messrs. Samuel T. Knapp
A Bro.; D. H, Baldwin A Cos. an2G-codlm
In answer to numerous inquiries from
abroad, we would say that we are prepared
to take charge of, put in order and ship any
lot of Cotton in the States of Georgia, South
Carolina or Alabama, as we have local
agents at almost every town, and a corps of
most efficient men, selected for integrity, ca
pacity, and experince, to take charge of
We will also pay all taxes and charges of
every description, and make liberal advances
on the Cotton. In short, we will lake charge
of the Cotton on receipts or orders and give
the owners no trouble whatever, from the
time we receive it until sold and returns are
made by our houses.
WATTS, CRANE & CO.,
New York, or
W. C. WAITS & CO.,
We invite the especial attention of non
residents to our facilities.
E. M. BRUCE & CO.
Augusta; August 23, 186.5. • sep4-lm
Bill Street, Corner of Bay lane.
BACK OF THE POST OFFICE.
Ju*t Received at the above Depot a further supply of
DENIS DONNE, a Novel, by Annie Thomas. Price
BELIAL, a Novel. Price 60 cent#.
CHRISTIAN’S MISTAKE by the author of John
Halifax, Gentleman. Price 75 cents.
THE ROGUES AND ROGUERIES OF NEW YORK,
Price 35 cents.
HARPER’S MONTHLY, GODEY’S LADY’S BOOK
ATLANTIC MONTHLY', Ac., for September.
The usual assortment of
Northern Dailies and Weeklies
Received by Every Steamer,
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
SAVILLE & LEACH,
sep4 t.f cor. Bryan street and Market Square.
Saville & Leach,
scpl-tf cor. Bryan street and Market Square.
_____ , In kinds of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS ant> PRODUCE,
West Washington Market,
Opposite 143 West st., Kulkhend between Barclay and
_ Vesey sto.,
Potatoes, Apples and Onions constantly on hand, and
put up for the Southern market
All consignment* promptly attenked to.
f3T" Rebra to A. L. Bradley, A. Haywood. T. J.
Walsh, and J. H. Parsons.
ICE ! ICE!!
AT 11-2 CENTS PER POUND.
r \ ’HE Subscribers announce to the Savannah public
A that they are prepared to fnrnlah Ice in any
quantity at one and a half cent# per pound.
Orders should be sent to their Depot, Rlboro'a old
Ice House, Congrea. street Lane, between Whitaker
and Bnll street*
Order* from the country promptly filled
scpt2l-lw F. L. GUE 4 CO
Dissolution of Copartner
THE Copartnership heretofore ex'jrUng between
DaWni BRCYN »nd T W. SAVAO*, under the
name of BRUYN A SAVAGE, Architects, ceased to
exist on Ist January, 1864.
*ept2l-taw2w Do WITT BRUYN.
= ' SHIPPING.
T HE .? fW .S n . d .fi eeamaretel! ' M lT « Mail steam
ship ID AHO, Capt. Holmes, will positively
sail for the ab jve port on J
Wednesday, Sept, 27fh, at o’clork in.
For freigntoi passage, having splendid accommo
dations, apply to
scp2s Stoddanl'e Building, opp. Post Ofiice.
FOR NEW YORK,
x.-ft'tTtWT The First Class Stesmehip ARIAD-
Xs Wfr'i Asu I®* Caxav. Commander, will
tCpyjM lUzfrfa' * positively sail on her regular dav,
’"- I —*w. tVED NILS DA V, the 2ffli iust., st 1
o'clock p. m.
For Freight or Passage, having very superior accom
modations, apply to
JOHN R WILDER.
Ship’s Bills of Lading furnished and signed at the
office of Consignee. sep2s
FOR NEW YORK.
api'tilfW’* ThoU. S Mall Steamship CHASE,
Rooms, commander, w|U leave
- L. —for the above port on her regular day
Thursday, Sept. 28th, at - O’clk
For freight or passage, having superior accommoda
tions, apply to
aep g 6 HUNTER A GAMMELL
TO LEAVE TO-KIBHT AT 8 O'CLOCK.
'T'HE Steamer AMAZON, Capt R. Jubnson. will
A lesve 'as above this (Monday) night at 8 o’clock.
Parties desiring to ship by her will do well to send
their goods early, as she has iwo-thlrds o f her freight
already on board.
ERWIN A HARDEE.
JOHN L. ROUMILLAT.
sepVf-i Agent on Wharf.
U.N T O N- ,
will be ready to receive freight on
MONDAY, THE 15th INSTANT.
And will leave THIS DAY at 6 P. M.
For terms and engagements apply to
J. T. PATTBRBON, Agent,
sept 22-2 No. 15 Stoddard’s Block.
FOR NEW YORK
STAR mt LINE.
The first class U. S. Mall Steamships
.. Capt. Cabi-ixim
STATES, ... Capt. Shack.
AMERICA. - Capt Ciift
CONSTITUTION, - . . Capt. urikmah
The above ahlpa compose the Line, and will sail
from New York and Savannah every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO, Agents,
WAKEMAN, GOOKIN * DICKINSON, Agents,
_______ 17 Broadw «y. New York.
THE A1 American Ship NEW ENGLAND,
’tarliwl',Master, having a large portion of
LMfmpOcr cargo engaged will he ready to receive
——es’c'o at Lower Hydraulic Press on the 18th
For freight or passage apply to
W |ilf BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO
THE onderslgned intend to keep up a regular week
ly line of first class Sailing Vessels plying Ije
iween Savannah and tho above port, with superior
accommodations for passengers and the very best fa
ct [ties for delivering freight In good order, at low rates,
with promptness aud despatch. Particular attention
niven to forwarding goods from New Yoil:
CHARLKS L. COLBY A CO„
cor. Bay and Abcrcorn streets. 1J
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER
THE f-ot sailing brig MARY COBB. 285 tons bur
then, 2800 bbl*. capacity, will receive freight or char
ter on reasonable forms. For particulare, euquire ol
„ ’ WM CANTWELL Agent.
Be P IJ tt ._ Box 79, initon Head
rjIHE undersigned are prepared to receive goods at
K, .thyt' Warehoutea toe shipment .to Augusta and
lnta beyond by their regular line »( light dr.mght
at*. Apply to CHAS. L. COLBY.
scpt2l—tf cor. Buy and Abercorn *ts.
CONNECTING WITH ATLANTIC AND
GULP R R FOR THOMABVILLE.
Tail Light Draught Steamer WM. O. GIBBONS,
Capt. Philpot, will leave Dillon’s Wharf, on
Tuesday morning, 22d inat., at 9 o’clock, and will
ply regularly between Savannah and Doctortown iu
connection with the Road, leaving as follows
SAVANNAH EVERY TUESDAY
r. ... DOCTORTOWN EVERY THURSDAY.
Freight receipted for through to any point on Rail
road between Doctortown and Tboaasville
Freight# payable here.
ERWIN A HARDEE.
JOHN L ROUMILLAT,
aug2l-lm Agent on Wharf.
FREIGHT FOR AIGIISTA,
And Forwarded Semi-Weekly.
Per STEAMER AMAZON, Capt. R. Johnson.
Per STEAMER LAURA, Capt. Edwaki> Hillcb.
Having a commodious Warehouse on Dillon’s Wharf
we are prepared to receive freight as above. ’
Due notice will be gtvon of the days of departure
of each steamer.
ERWIN A HARDEE.
JOHN L. ROUMILLAT.
se P’ l<i lm Agent on Wharf.
REID & STEWART,
C A 2& f S n N n , d N*^
•tract,. They have now rcetimed business a* before
the war. sept’Zl-lw
Via Darien, Doctortown and
THE light draught steamer COMET, Cant. N King
will leave as above To-morrow Morning at 10
o’clock. For freight or passage apply to
urigilajlbaldwin A CO.,
or to CLAGHORN * CUNNINGHAM.
sepjfu . * i t
Ki | ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE.
Ov 109 Geshon do 4?
- 10 bbls. Lard- ,
• 10firkins Lard.,*
10 tubs do.
MILLER, THOMAS A CO,
ioplP U cor. Bay and Drey ton-st I
A. & CKR.R.
I dee Agents for Steamer Gibbons, and this ComnSSr
raiafnKaSW * < “ ,n “ d
Act. Prest. A. A G. R. R. OO
ERWIN A HARDEE.
Agents for Steamer
On and after Friday, the 29th Inst, the Steamer
WM. G. GIBBONS
j r'iLw wiu ? dr »wn from the Doctortown Route
on and b€fore the 25th
owt-and et Dootortowu on or before the 28th inst
will be promptly removed, as heretofore r“ ,nw '
senl9 o„, ERWIN A HARDEE.
2w Agents for Steamer.
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, >
Augusta and Savannah Railroad Wa y ne “ boro
nexrm e ommg h aVe^'"eaXg i Bavmn»h in m A tlm ßt u>^?
GEO. W ADAMS,
,ep - Assistant Superintenden
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, >
„ , .. „ . Savannah, Ga., August 34, 1366 t
i R’fjcht for Augusta and intermediate Stations be
low 4* Central Railroad, and betw«n W?ynraboro
and Augusta, Augusta and Savannah Railroad will b
reee.veS on and after Saturday, the 26?"t0
All way freight to be prepaid
By orde- of
GEO W. ADAMS,
Sea Island Hotel
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
Tuesday, June 20th, 1865.
T . HIS HT*’ Bltn »ted on the most desirable
apot on the eastern bank »r Hilton Head Island, at
forilsa fiiin view of the Pier, Bay, Ocean, and sur
ronnding Islands. The scenery in quite as pleasing
and interesting In every respect, as 4 the famous w*
S,W Ce ? rN *. wport ’ R - T - “ and * altogether as
healthful a place to spend the summer months It
has a fine hard smooth beach, seventeen miles long
« more charming drive thau the celebrated
Bench at Nahunt, Mass., and as fine sea bathing as
at that place or Cape May
The House has oyer seventy large, airy rooms, anti
verandahs on three sides of all the stories; tho form
. y .'J CW ’ and the tables wiU be furnished
with the best that can be procured here and in the
E V er y e “0“ will be made to ren
a 1 !t ! at the mow fastidious nan desire
inreaffinesTfor g D u d c.r B “ thing hOU ‘ Ce
Port Roval HouseT
HILTON HEAD, S C.
I DDELL A RUGG, PeofbiitObs
I* 8* RIDDELL. J
GRIPPING, BROTHER A CO., Propxixtok*,
55 add 60 CoegtXANO (Snuarr.
Manufacturers of Plows, narrows,Cultivatore,Cot
tou Sweeps, Corn Mills, Cotton Gins, Ac.
Every implement wanted by the Planter, Also,
dealers m Field r.nd Garden Seeds. Also, Agents for
Bruce’s Concentrated Manure, Bone, Ac B
Scud for circular, - j n 2q 3m
W and LLOltli'fi LElll (0„
TsTo. 04: Duane St.,
Hifr«td*°of tant ' y ° n banrt ’ their well known
Drop Shst, Irud Pipe, Buck Shot, Sheet
heart and Bar I.eart,
W^' h L«° r •SHlfi the lowest m arket prices..
Orders solicited, and shipments promptly attended
* sep 12-lmo McOULLOUGH, President.
T n nw , iT!;S ty raJ? llt^^ n 2, ual Ses3lon opens OCTO
r*r». The Faculty is complete. The
retea for the Flrat Term, which ends December 31st,
«re u 8 loilowfl:
Regular Tuition in-College Classee S3O 00
Regular Tuition in Preparatory Class . 22 OO
French, (optional) 15 6(>
Mnsic, (optional), with nse of instrument!',!... 33 OO
Board, including Washing, Light*, and Fuel 90 oca
To be paid In advance, In currency-', .t* equivalent.
m ™ n J- M. BuNNELL. President.
Maoqn, Qa. , au23-Uwt6oct
(TIHE subscriber, formerly of savannah, and resident
1 at Blackshear, Pierce county, Ga.. on the Atlan
tic A Gnlf Kailroad, will give his personal and undi
vided attention to the sale and purchase of Lands'
contignoos to the said railroad, on commission, and
solicits the patronage of all nueding an agent there
A* experience in the land, lumber and timber baai
ne*e of twenty years In Georgia and South Carolina,
guarantee* ample qualification. He will be renre
sented in Savannah ny Mr. Henry Bryan, and in New
York by the Great Southern Land Agency, T 1 Broad
w»y- JOHN D. DELANNOY’
Refer* to any old resident in Savannah
33 Beaver Street, New York. ’
Offers for sale of his own importations, in bond and
duty paid, the largest stock of Wines, Liquors, Ac., ot
any other house in this country, comprising in part of
Otard, Hennesy, Pinet Godard
Brandy, Rochelle Brandies in half, qnartor.and eighth
casks: also Otard and Ronyer, Laferrelere and Fils
Brandy, in cases of one doaen each.
Udolpho Wolfe’s Schiedam in pipes. Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps, in bond and duty paid, in cases of
one dozen qnartsand two doaen pints.
“Whiskey and Ram,"
Scotch and Irish Whiskey, in hhds. and cases of one
dozen each. Bourbon Whiskey in barrels and esaes ol
one dozen each.
“Jamaica” and ”St. Croix Rum” in hhds. and
cases ol one dozen each
Madeira, Sherry and Port Wines.
More than twenty different grade*, in halves, qnar
ters and eighth casks, also In cases of one dozuo
“Hock, Champagne, filoselle and Claret
From Peter Arnold Mumm in Cologne, proprietor ot
Joannisburg estate; J. 11. D. Becker A Fils; Esche
nancer, Benecke A Cos., Bordeaux Barton A Guesttn.
Bordeaux, and from other well known house* in Ger
many and France.
Oils, Cobdlals, SAKni.vr*. Bitters, Mcstabd, Oliw*,
Biakdy, P&ssiavts, Ac.
Twenty-fire years' business transactions with the
Soathem States, with some of the largest aud moot
respectable dealers,should be sufficient guarantee that
eTery article offered by the advertiser for sale is pure
and genuine. •
Samples can be seen, nnd catalogue of prices oh
tsineil. by ;,dd<easing the shove. anoS-Hm
formerly known as Florida House. '