L o cTI'MATTERS.
ouppottd Mnrderi of ■ Prlialr Umili
jnnn at Unuuud'-. Prw.
Yesterday morning the watchman employed In tire
ilsv tune to guard tire premise* known a* Demand'-;
j.,, situated at the foot of Weet Broad street, upon
~n »S at the gates on River strqpt round them close -
it ngrred. Supposing tltat the night wateuman was
sleep, or from some cause failed to heat his rapa on
•agates, he proceeded to the Iron Steam Boat Yard
mped a wooden fence and entered the enclosure
po ming alarmed at the unaccountable absence cf
the night watchman a thorough search was imme
elleteiv made for him, but all efforts toward that end
have ttus far proved fruitless.
trout a lady residing opposite the Press, and who
between four and live o’clock yesterday morning,
was returning from sitting up as a watcher, onr re.
porter learns that she heard loud calls, repeated fre
quently. The calls, It Is supposed, were for assls.
tauce, ana were made for parties living In the neigh
borhood of the Press. The name of the night
watchman, was James Mabony, aged 33 years, a na
tive of county Cork, Ireland. The missing man was
married, had two children, and resided at the north,
west corner of South Broad and East Brpad streets.
The overcoat of Mahoay was lound near an out
building of the press, situated at Its western end and
on the wharf, from which circumstance It Is sup
posedithat the victim was overpowered by main force
and thrown into the Savannah river. Upon the re.
oovery of the body an Investigation will he Instituted
by Coroner Eden, and every effort made to secure
the perpetrators of the deed.
Cpon investigation it was found that several bales
cf cotton had disappeared from the press enclosure
during tne night, without doubt seized as booty by
the murderers of the night watchman.
Aa affair which occurred recently at this place may
be mentioned la this connection, as throwing some
light upon the inode of operation and the boldness
cl ihcoe river cotton thieves. A few days the
negroes who arc employed upon flats transporting
cotton from Augusta, were detected stealing from
Deinuud’s Press a large amount of cotton. Orders
wore immediately given prohibiting tiiem from re
maining on board their flat-boats after six o'clock In
me eieutng, With a view to prevent further rot>-
li.rios. fpon its attempted emoreement, several
negroes leaped the wooden fence at the east etui of
the yard and assailed the watchman. Assistance be
ing‘at uaud, the negroes were expelled, yet not be
:Jre they seeuredmousiderable cotton.
BEFORE LIECT. COE. M. T. HOLBROOK, PROVOST MAR
SHAL, DI3TRICT OF SAVANNAH.
SAVANNAH, Oct. 7, 1863.
rutted States by Mary Lamb, vs. Ellen Shaw—As
sault and battery. Settled upon payment of the
costs 01' stilt.
United States by Ellen Shaw, vs. Mary Lamb—As
autt and Battery. CaseseUled upon the payment of
the costs of suit.
United States sty Miss V. M. Doyle, vs. M. D. Os.
teen. Settled by consent of parties upon the pay
’ meat of the costs of suit.
Edward Carter (colored,) vs. A. C. Whittle—Re
covery of money paid ou the stall lu Savannah mar
net. Case dismissed for want of jurisdiction, and
plaintiff ordered to pay costs of suit,
dined States vs. Mis. Ellen Keiley—Violation of
Circular No. 20. The defendant was found guilty of
the charge and dismissed with a severe reprimand,
and being in reduced circumstances the costs were
United States by W. P. Maxwell vs. Patrick Smith
—Larceny after a trust delegated. Dismissed for
• ant of jurisdiction, plaintiff paying costs of suit.
7'ulted States by Policeman Green vs. Ann Gray—
Prank and disorderly conduct. No disturbance of
r!;o public peace having occurred, the defendant Was
uisiuisMd, with a reprimand, without payment of
t aited States by Policeman' J. Rogers, vs. A. B.
smith (colored,) Clark Smith (colored,) samuel Isham
(colored)—Refusing to stop when so ordered to do by
a Policeman. In the above eases It was ordered that
the dependants lie lined in the stun of five dollars
each, and cc3ts of court, and thereafter lie dis
charged from custody.
U. S. by Policeman Chisolm, vs. John Cary, U. S. A
— Drunk and disorderly conduct, and resisting an
officer in the discharge of his duty. It was ordered
that the defendant be forwarded, under guard, to the
Head Quarters of the 18JU Begiment New York Vol
unteers of which he is a member.
U. S. by Policeman Irlln, vs, Fredrick (colored)—
Larceny. It was ordered that the accused be con
fined ior two months in the common Jail of the coun
ty of Ctsatnam.
United btutes by Policeman Larcy, vs. Thomas
Moore—Drunkenness and disorderly conduct. In the
above case, it was ordered that the defendant be
lined in the sum of ten dollars, and costs of suit, and
in default of payment be confined in tUe common
jeli of Chatham county for the space of teu days.
A Noble Enterprise.—lt witPbe seen by a notice
ll another comma, that a few yondg ladles of this
city have undertaken to alleviate the wants of the
soldiers of the late enfedcrate army in our midst, by
means ofwfair for their benefit, to be held this even
ing at the Savannah Free School. We are confident
lhat this appeal to our humane and public spirited
people will not be made in vain, and that the self-
Impjsed labors of the nobie hearted young ladies
who have long been engaged in their work of mercy
will not go unappreciated nor unrewarded.
Court of Ordinary, Chatham county.—On Mon
day last, Hon. D. A. O’Byrne, Ordinary of Chatham
county, conveued his regular court at the Court
House, in this city. Ihe court is tlio first to assemble
siuce the occupation of the city. Judge O'Byrne ad
mitted to probate several wills, and also granted
several letters of administration. Administrators,
executors and guardians can now render, by author
ity of law, a fair and honest account of their respec
tive stewardships to the Ordinary, to be recorded
Departure of Steamship* anil Steamer*
FOR NEW YORK.
Steamship Idaho, Wednesday, October llth, at
Steamship Leo, Thursday, October 12th, at
Steamship Raleigh, Saturday, October 14th, at 3
o’clock p. hi.
Steamer Scorpio, Thursday, October 12tb. at 8
at 8 o'clock a. in.
Steamer Fountain, every Saturday morning, at 9
Personal.—Capt. John L. Kelly, A. Q. M., identi
fied with the Department of the South, since its for
mation, and for more than a year the efficient Chief
of Marine transportation at Hilton Head, arrived
here yesterday on a brief official visit. He has been
relieved from his duties at Hilton Head, and Is soon
From Augusta.—The Steamer Union arrived here
Friday night with full freight from Augusta to r. M.
Myrtfil. The steamer R. H. May arrived In Augusta
on Friday. The Union passed five steamers on
Hershman Lake Bar awaiting a rise In the river.
From New York.—The Star line Screw Steamship
Idaho, Capt. N. S. Craw, arrived at this port yester
day morning at an early hour. The Idaho arrived at
Tybce at about half-past seven o'clock on Saturday
evening. Weave Indebted to Mr. Wm. B. Hill, Pur
oer; Mr. Brown, Chief Engineer, and Capt. Craw, lor
late New York Papers.
the Shekiffaltt of Chatham countv.-We learn
that Charles J. White, Esq., the present City Sheriff
of Savannah will be a candidate for Sheriff of Chat
ham County, at the election to be held m January
Personal.—Major Wm. R. Fleming, Paymaster
U. 3. Army, returned to this city yesterday by the
steamer O F Fotter, Capt. Cessar, from Doctor
Magnolia Lunch.—As usual, there will be a good
lunch served at the Magnolia this morning, from 11
to 1 o’clock.
THE Twenty-eighth Annual Session opens OCTO
BER 2d. ISCr.. The Faculty la complete. Tho
rates for the First Term, w hich ends December Sltt,
are as follow-:
Hegular Tuition in College Classes S3O 00
Regular Tuition In Preparatory Class Hi 00
French, (optional; 16 60
Muolc, (optional;, with use or instrument 33 c#
Board, including Washing, Lights, and Fuel— 90 00
To be paid in advance, in currency or its equivalent.
,T. M. B jN.NELL. President.
Macon, Ga. a023-lawtfioct
PULASKI HOUSE. OffOBER 7, 19*5.
i E V Crandall, bail.unite |J (Partner and halt
Ur Hordes! v, lady. 2 eliil- j Anilersou
•Iren and 2 ser, Baltlm'ejj Mughtnn, Eufaula
i ’’Brown. N York 3 iShomas. Burke<-o
1,0 | Wul Cox. do
jillt U ol!c\ ilu
F Jackson, Bouton J M law. Beaufort
U G D Olmstead, i W ctUln, Neiv York
wtli Inf US A T llibon, do
?? £ or "‘ r ' Cav |J Moray, do
MOaHaher, Uarrentou ,H Wtuvler, do
‘l° vv A prober, Florida
Mis* M do 'J W ir&tts A a (j i# r
MaJMannlup, Ft Pulaski j S P Ban mid wife,
A W Leonard, do i Port Rovai
!• ii,"!' ■ John Fran, Brooklyn r
C H Smedes, *Jo Ij M Crver Port Rovai
n a A Q H Hetdis M jiburg. do'
KvS io f; J 0 Isaac! Kvan, do
H F Purler, Maine, «
PORT ROYAL HOUSE (HILTIN HEAD) OCT 6.
i * 7 , l '““ |JCrojtjr, Westfield, N J
ctiai leaf on J J hifiett, Beaulort
a P I do Mrs J.t'lup, St Augustine
K Barnett & sister, do fi Uayiolds, Mass
w?: er *, u ‘ ece - do J R Dad*, Augusta
Lt Jll Lemvham. Mass jCapt llAiton, 128 IT SCT
Capt L \t Metoali 33 USCT s 3 Baler, s Carolina
L Rich, St Helana j c tiduies US \
H VV 1 Taylor, New York f Doliii, t S mach shop
JJ K ’ ,c ‘muan. do Dr li 3 Stuart and
E. Davis, ThomaHvlhe, family. Beaufort
J S Jones, Savannah |J c Bridley, DB, H Head
L.i. 00 ??' „ 110 JnsJotusun, Philadelphia
0 A Martin. Georgia J p Desrbom, Maine
S L Hanis, P c, Beaufort |H W Thvlor, Savannali
r, AS ' 1,0 IMS Jones, do
O w Wfihiiui-, u o |j y .lonei <io
JMCase, do [ABart, do
£ „ do j Linooin, Hilton Head
E T Davis, Georgia [
SEA ISLAND HOTEL (HILTON HEAD) OCT- 6.
H Ruhpon, 163 NY V [E W MMackey, Charies’n
Lt IV V\ Peake, do ;J H Ballwin, Mass
p Clark. do j G W Hotter, Savannah
Lt U A Foster, do A J Steadnan & wile,
M Cody, do . Virginia
W w Tiffany, Ogeechee O P Miller, at Augusmie
Capt E H PaiAersou. Capt il siurp, do
, „ 133 X Y V A Jones, N York
JJI Anderson, Chaplain ,T Wlnue, do
133 K Y V w H Harrlion. H Head
W T Bennett, U s V jDr Huber, do
Capt G T Bulch, USA (Capt J F Littles, 161N Y V
J W Grace, Charleston ]E W Gombb, Florida
C N Bellows, Brooklyn I Mrs J P Wiggins, do
W D Mussey, Sur 161 NYV Mr Wiggins, do
miniature Almanac—This Day,
Sun rises 5 991 Moon rises 9 49
Sun sets 5 36|irigh water 10 48
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Saturday, Oct, 7.1865.
Steamship Idaho. Crowell, New York—Brigham,
Baldwin 4 Cos.
Br Bark Thos Whitney, Keily, St Georges, Bermu
da—Beil, Wyliy A Christian.
Schr Hattie M Mayo, Curtis, New York—general
cargo to Brigham, Baldwlu 4 Cos,
Schr Ovaca, Martin, New York—with coal and mer
chandize to C L Colby A Cos.
Schr DeSoto, Crook, Baltimore—general cargo to
Gaden & Unckles.
Steamer Resolute, Cannon, Hilton Head.
Steamer O F Potter, Cessar, Darien—to Charles L
Colby A Cos.
Steamer Wm G Gibbons, Ttireadcrafe, Darien, Ga—
Erwin 4 Hardee.
Young’s flat, from Augusta, with 371 bales Upland
cotton—W Anderson 4 Sons. J R Wilder
Wm Getting’s flat, from Augusta, with 140 bates Up
land cotton—to order.
Williams’ flat No 7, from Angnsta, with 82 hales
cotton—to Hunter 4 Gammell, K Habersham A Sons.
Consuls’ flat, from Augusta, with 60 bales cotton—
to John Anderson A Sons.
Steamship Cambria, French, Philadelphia—Hunter
Steamship Perlt, Delanoy, New York—Hnnter A
Steamship Gen Sedgwick, I.yon, New York—J R
Star I.inc Steamship Nevada. Carpenter, New York
Brigham, Baldwin a go.
Steamer Gen Sliepley, MlUikin, Doctortown—C L
Colby A Cos.
Schr John D Vance, Smith, Femandina, Fla.
Steamer Emilie, Bender. Darien.
Steamer Fountain, Castner, Palatka, Fla—M A
Per Br Bark Thos Whitney, from St Georges, Ber
muda— 330 tons coal, and merchandize.
Per Ste mer Wm G Gibbons, from Darien, Ga—4ll
bales Upland cotton.
Per Steamship Nevada, for New York—s 73 bales
Upland cotton, 52 do Sea Island do, 22 do wool. 65
Per steanisl l.) Peru, 687 bales Upland cotton, 91 do
Sea Island do, 300 packages merchandize.
Per Steamship Gen Sedgwick, for New York—93B
bales Upland cotton, 38 do Sea Island cotton, 4 do
wool, 17 do domestics, 28 boxes dried fruit, and sun
Per Steamship Cambria, for Philadelphia—ls 2 bales
Upland cotton, 3 do wool, 144 do domestics, 72 bun
dles paper, 1 cask rice, 25 empty barrels, and sundry
Per Steamship Idaiio, uom New York—hi Fnrst 4
Cos W vv Diueoin, K O'Bvrne, 11 Mltldlenrook, South
ern Express Cos, t J Ruc'kert, Bell, Wyliy 4 Christian,
S tiooilall, F W Cooney, F W Cornwell, C White, M A
coheu, uuckenhelmei'"* Sellg, C Orff, O Cohen, brig
ham, Baldwin * Cos, C D Rodgers, J I. Vlllalonga, W
D Stark, K Wright 4 Cos, C L Colbv 4 Cos, Eberuardt
4 Fisher, W H Wiltberger, Mrs M A Frederick, B G
Xildeu, J Lama. C L Gilbert, Railroad Agent, John
GUdlaud & Cos, Brady, Smith 4 Cos, A F Mira, G C
Freeman, J c Bchretuer 4 Sou. S Farrelly, Hawkins
4 Cos, M H Williams 4 Cos, H G Ruwe 4 Cos, R Bal
fore, Erwin 4 Hardee, F. Ehrlich, E D S.nyth, Haus
iimn, II Idberg A Cos, Thos Pepper, N A Hardee 4 Cos,
James Leavy, J H Demand, Rogers 4 Cann, John
Kenny, A Leffler, Hunter 4 Gammell, Meinhard
4 Bros, J J Newton 4 Cos, Jacob Llppuian, Tl9on 4
Gordon, Latnrop 4 Cos, Wm Barker, Lillenthal 4
Kotin, E Malletie 4 Cos, Blau 4 Meyer, Adams Ex
press Cos, M G Ehrlich, K Habersham, J C Maker 4
Cos, John R Norton, N A Hardee, J B HoweU, Mat
thews 4 West, Joliu Hart, E Zacharius, E Muslin,
Keln 4 Cos, Einstein 4 Eckrneu, Warren 4 Platner,
H A Topharn, Ran 4 Bros, Van Horn, Holyke 4 Mur
Per Br Bark Thos Whitney, from St George3, Ber
muda—Bell, Wyliy 4 Christian, held 4 Stuart W
Battersby 4 Co.'
Per Steamship Idaho, from New York—Col Peck,
W A Shober F Holrnau, W Gritflu, Fred Jackson, Lt
D R Porter, Isaac L Ryan, Samuel P. Thayer, James
F Carver, s M Linberg, John F Lewis, B 1* Brantley,
David Pevser, EC white, J 31 Owen and wife, Mrs
Lavln, O S Stearns, Lt Jts Olmstead, Samuel Ryan
and wife, Mictiael King, T Baltou, M Burnell, John
Wrau, N Gallagher, Mary Gallagher, Mary and Mi
chael Shedon, Aggie Dillon (colored.)
Per Steamship Nevada, for New York—Mrs M P
Stovall und child, Miss Stovall, Master Stovall, 11 A
Topharn, Mrs J V Barne Hon Thos Holcombe, Col S
5 Tucker, W Syomins, 8 Howard, Mrs H Bird and
child. M Kemhnes, Master 11 B Mungen, Mrs E Jack
sou and child, .1 1 Bull, J M Cooney, Mrs H G Wolff,
Mrs Dr Treanor, II B Neas, A H Autigna, W P Samp
son, II H Lewis, E M Dunn, II Hope, H Hoffman, VV
H Murdock, C Hagerman, 3 Weybans, W Summers,
Per steamship Gen Sedgwick, for New York-J B
Shaw, E Dufifey, C Clark, W H McCardle, A M Galpin,
James Warner, Sirs S E Headsman, II C L Heads
man, C Washington, W J Horia, G W Hancock
per steamship Peril, for New York-Mrs W R Flem
ing, child ami nurse.
Per Steamship Cambria, for Philadelphia—Miss F
Y Cohen E C Kollock, John Siilels. Sire W P O'Hurra,
Mrs P K Shiels and Sou, Mrs Cynthe aud son, J Haw
erty, lady and 2 children, John Tuober, Miss Catha
Per Steamer Wm G Gibbons, from Darien, Ga—Mr
Dorset, Mr Brantley, VV fJ Tinker, M B Milieu-
L.IST OF VESSELS lit THE FORT OF
Savannah, Oct. 9,1865.
’tew England, Hodges, 1,100, for Liverpooi-ioad
ing at Lower Hydraulic press—Brigham, Baldwin A
Wisconsin (Br) Arcus, 950-discharging ballast at
Lower Hydraulic Press—John R Wilder.
John R Plater, Post, 290, from Norwich, Conn.—
discharging at Union Ferry Wharf—Hunter A Gam
Mary Cobb, Duncan, 195,- waiting, wharf at foot of
Whitaker street—€ L Ooiby A Cos.
May, Kelly, 330, front New York—discharging at
wharf foot of Habersham street—Hunter A Gammed.
Julia A Crawford, Buckley, 181, from Jacksonville,
Fla, lu ballast—lying at wharf foot of Bull Street-
Wide World, Hildreth. 214, from New York-dls
chargtng at wharr foot of Bull street—Wm Starr.
John Vance, Smith—waiting—E C Smith.
Albert (Br) Riordan, ins, from Nassau—discharging
at wharf foot of Barnard street—Bell, Wylly A CUrts
John G Whipple. Simpson, 80, tor New York-load-
Ing at Iron Steamboat Wharf west or Barnard street
—Rogers A Caun.
GKtM KKIK". LIRtUIII. 4 C.,
Perkins, Stern & (Vs
THK increpfiins popu!«rity of onr brntuls of ihes? fin*
Wiutfl has induced tlieir erti*Osivr iuiiaticu. All
desiring genuine MJ<l pure Wlhee »honM *(*• that our
copy-righte'd Üb-1, liearinp onr same-, place of Lustm s
and the Stitc benl of CHliforuia, m upon each bottle.
The following Winea are now oftVred by us, with car
puarantee of thvfr entire purity r
WHITE, OR HOCK WINE,
of a liprht straw color, very delicate, Aac flavored, and
superior as a dinner wine to Hock or Rhine
A rich and naturally sweet wine, much admirc-.i by
ladies, and % ala able iu the sick chamber, as it makes
fine wheys and jellies. It is a fine densert wine and
well adopted for Communion purposes.
This "upt-rb wine is made from selected n r rtl>cs. I
is /cry delicate, and will rank with the very highest
sweet wines of Europe.
This is a deep red color of good body and Hue flavor.
It is becoming very popular where a at ghtly aatriugeut
and delicate stimulant is desired. Being entirely a nat
urai wine, i will agree with the most delicate organize
The«c are made in our own cellars, from our own
wiues, and wiil be found agreeable aud plet«3iZit
GRAPE T3TIAJS TDY,
Distilled from t e second pressing of the grapes, and
is a pure aud desirable article.
J. K Barnes, the Sargecn General of tue United
States. Hssistedby Ass s ant Suig on Woodward, after
a searching and careful analys.s < t cur .vima, pro*
nounCtS them all pure, and admirably adapted for The
use of the sick and debilitated.
Dr. Jackson the well known Chemist of Boston, co
incides with thl opinion.
The Boston Journal, Transcript. Traveller, Saturday
Gazette, N- Y. Evening Poet, Tribun*’, and a por
tion of the preee throughout the Country, have, in lead
ing artb les upon American Wines, extolled the supe
rior merits of these wines.
The Wine Convention, held at Cleveland, Ohio, w here
our wines came in competition with all the leading
brands of Western Wines, awarded five premiums, out
of six, to our winea.
Ihe Indiana State Fair, endorsing the opinion ex
pressed at Cleveland, awarded ue a Diploma aud Silver
LEI’ AMERICANS SUPPORT AMERI
cor. Broughton and .Te(lemon sts.. Savannah.
Soia Agent lor the State of Georgia’ oct7-lw
WHISKEY ! WHISKEY!
FINE OLD BRANDT, WINES, Jc.
Peach Valley Whiskey, Maple Valley Whiskey, Pike’s
Magnolia, Spencer's Old Rye, and Fine
FOR SALE BY
C, W. THOMPSON,
At the Old Stand,
j Ui BA.Y STREET,
(Herald Buildings, j
Alsop’s Ale, Mars' Ale, Apples. Potatoes, Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider and Cider Vinegar.
STUART A CO,
Have Just Received a Stock of
Genuine French Mustard,
Genuine English Pickles and Sauces,
Cox's Sparkling Gelatine,
Guava Jelly, Raisins.
Egg and Lemon Biscuit,
(In tin cans.)
FRESII GOSHEN BUTTER ano CHEESE
Agents for Redhead’s Celebrated Yeast
STUART & CO..
octG-3 cor. Bui! and Broughton street.
Gro. R Chump. Wm, A. Wright,
Augusta, Gouigia. Late of Richmond, Va.
GEO. R. (IRIIP & 111..
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Segars,
SALTED FISH, Arc.
209 Broad St., Augusta, Ga,
Z3T Will purchase and sell on Commission Cotton,
Tobacco, Paonocri and MEitonANnlsr of every de
Refers to the Merchants and Bankers of Augusts,
Ga., Richmond Va.. and -Inn. C. Ferrill, Eaq, De
witt A Morgan, Gaden A Unckles, A. A. So'omou9 4
Cos., J. T. Paterson * Cos., R. Molina, Esq , Savannah.
PER STEAMER CAMBRIA,
English dairy cheese,
O. H. Grant brand Candles,
•‘Henry Clay” brand of Segats,
In store and lor sele by
RUE, WHITNEY & CO.
octT-3 202 Bay street.
"Wholesale and Retail
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS.
WM. H SHERWOOD & CO., Savannah, Georgia,
southwest corner of Bronghton and Jefferson
etreets, under St. Andrew’s Hall.
We are receiving by every steamer fresh articles of
Groceries of every description. Llqnors Imported and
direct from manniactures are offered at prices to suit
the trade. septSO-lm
TWO Puncheons of Stewart's Paisley’s Malt Whis
key. Just received per Steamer Cambria, and
for sale by
MACKY, BEATTIE A CO..
oct6-lw 203 and 2e5 Bay street.
lit > A KITS new Mackerel. Jnst received and for
nUu sale by RICHARDSON * BARNARD,
scpt2l-tf Bay street, opp. Mariner's Church.
BBL.S. EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, landing
iilv pur Steamer Cambria, and for Bale by
MACKY, BEATTIE <fc CO
octC lw 203 and 205 iiay street.
THE undersigned having returned to the city, begs
leave to inform his lellow-citiiens of Savannah
aud the public generally, that he will open in a few
days, and will keep constantly on hand at
SSo. 133 Congress Street,
A Complete Assort ment of
Furnishing and Fancy Coods.
Which will be offered at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
0C45-3 S. M. COLDING.
Bagging and Rope
K BALES GUNNY BAGGING, Standard Weight
° 2 bale* Dundee Bagging. Extra Heavv
1 bale Dundee Bagging, Medium Weight
20 rolls T C. A Oo.v Bagging. Assorted Weight
60 coijs Richardson’s Hemp Rope.
In store end for site by
L. », QLTLMAiiTIN * CO..
octtt-3 No. 143 Bay street.
By Blun A Meyer.
THIS DAY, 9m tu#t at 10 o’elooJt In front of *tr>r* frill
ft boxo* Tobacco
? Ili roe-; 1 Cult
2 Bogjfta*; 1 CarriAße
2 VV agon* oct'J
By Bell, Wyliy <& Christian.
FURNITURE AT AUCTION.
On TUESDAY, the 10th inst., at 10 o'clock, A. M..
w ill be *H>Ui at the re*!ileuc*. No. 15$ Broughton b,
next door can of McConaghy'a dry good* store, the
Household Furniture, cocfistiug of—
Washatands, Ac., Ac 2 ccrt
By Blun & Meyer.
On MONDAY. 9th in-t . at 10 o’clock. ’.viU be sol i in
fron t of afore.
*JOO Bins Cloth .larkets
vno Ribbed Cloth coats
i!00 Il.iir Pillows
30 cns<*B L»di h Jr hoes
5 Cases Boots .did Children’s Shoes
10 die Hate and Cups
ltO do* Gentlemen half Hose and Ladies Hose
1 Fir© Pcoof Safe
?0 b >xe-i Sparm and Adamantine Candles
5 half bbis Mackerel
5 packages Knitting Twine
12 box* s Family Soap
6 b tga Coff e
Gold and Silver Watches and Je*vve«ry
An assortment of Kitchen and Household Furniture.
PC 17 2
By Beli, Wyliy & Christian.
FURNITURE AT AUCTION,
On MONDAY next 9th inst., at 11 o’clock a. m., will
be sold, at the house southwest corner Barnard and
Perrv streets, on Orleans Square, the Furniture of a
family relinquishing housekeeping, consistin'/ of
Mahogany Book <’has and Escrutoir
Piano Forte and Stool
1 large Ottoman
2 email do
1 doe Fine Mahogany Chairs
10 Maple Chairs
2 Mahogany Dining Tables
1 do Breakfast Tables
Mahogany Card Tables
Mahogany Ice Chest
1 Gl;t China Dinner Set
1 do Tea Set
Cut Glass Decanters, Wines, Ac
Plated Cake Baskets, Branches. Ac.
YORK, WILLIAMS. M’INTIRE & CO..
Public Sale of Camp and
WILL be sold at Public Auction, at the Govern
ment Storehouse, on Bay etreet at the foot ol
Drayton street, at Savannah, Ga ,
TUESDAY, OCT. 10th, 1865,
AT 10 O’CLOCK, A. M„
The following named Stores.
Several lots of Tents, Tent Flies and Poles
A quantity of Axes, Hatchets, Mosqnito Bare,
Knapsacks, Camp Kettles, Mess Puns, Ac,.
A lot of Stationery,
Several Saddles, Bridles, and a variety cf other
To be sold witbont reserve.
Terms cash in IT. S. Currency.
E. F. GODDARD,
sep?s Capt. and A. A. Q. M.
Rout. P. York, \ fJ. R.Molntib*.
M. E. Williams, ) X P. 11. Ward.
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE & CO.,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SAVANNAH, <3- A..
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON AND lUMIIR
References in Savannah—Brigham, Baldwin 4 Cos,;
Erwin 4 Hardee, Gaden & Unckles, Isaac D La-
Rochp, Esq ; Iliram Roberts, Esq.; Wyliy Wood
bridge, Esq.: Hunter* Gammell; L C. Norvell 4
References in Now York—Messrs, Samuel T. Knapp
& Bro.: D. H, Baldwin A Cos. eep26-eodlm
D. H. BALDWEV & CO.,
178 Pearl Street, New York
D. H. Bum win, >
J. F CUMMIKOB.j eW
H. BnionsM, )
oct4-3m C. M Holst, f Savannah.
MACKY, BEATTIE & CO.
SHIPPING AND GENEBAL
203 and SOS Bay Street,
OFFER FOR SALE the following Goods, on the
most reasonable terms.
250 bbls Whiskey, Mountain Dew "i
100 “ ” Bucxeye Reserve J
75 ’• ” Stag Bourbon j ... .
20 “ “ 7 yearß old Stag Bourbon I
20 “ “ Pina Apple i
60 “ “ Burkam'B Bourbon i Di«tllat,on
13 ” “ Old Famfiy Rye I
15 ** •• Old Rectified J
Together with a large assortment of Port, Sherry
snd Madeira Wtnis, Heidsick 4 Cos., and Reymond’s
Champaignes. Brandies, Gins. Hums, German 4
Ridgeway Bitters, Ac.
In connection with the above, we offer for sale
Choice Family Flonr, Bacon Sides, Shoulders, Lard,
Liberal advances made on consignment to
MACKY & BEATTIE,
rep29-tf PHILADELPHIA, TA.
N. A. HARDEE & CO.,
Shipping, Commission and For*
SAVANN AII , GEORGIA.
Will make liberal Caeh Advance* on consignments to
oar friends, Norton, Slaughter A Cos. 40 Broad street,
New York. octC-lm
Wm. H. Burroughs & Cos.
Forwarding and commission merchants.
No. 97 Biy fctreet. Savannah. Ga. For the sale
of Cotton and other Produce, Lumber, Timber, Flan
tatione and all kinds of Real Estate. We now offer
several Rice Plantations near the city, a number of
Cotton and Provision Plantations. Timber lands, City
Property, and a few lot. in the Mineral or Northwest
ern part of the State. aepCf-lm
193 BAY BTRBUT,
B, W. Tilton, Agt.,
TT'ORMERLY Tilton, Werrall A Macy, Southern
1 Carriage Warerooma, No. 616 Broadway, Naw
Manufactory—Mount Vernon, N. Y. octC-lm
CORN AND HAY.
Maryland white corn and hat. just r
calved and for sale by
ct*3 CLAGHORN A CUNNINGHAM.
Every Morning anti Evening
r SUNDAYS EXCEPTED j
Wo. 11l BAY STREET,
- W, MASON & CO.
THK ,1111 OF THE PUBLISHERS
IS TO ISSUE A
Live Daily Newspaper !
Which shali also be Reliable, regarding Accuracy as
being of as great importance as enterprise
In procuring infoiruation. The
Hzsalo Staff embraces a
LARGE CORPS OF EDITORS AMD REPORTERS,
Including several writers long and popularly known
a« connected with the Sonthers Press,
It also has
Bpeolal Correspondents ut A.ll
Who are instructed to spurs no expense in procuring,
authenticating and forwarding all
IT HAS THE BEST
Mail, Express, and Telegraphic
So that ail News of Importance will be heralded at the
earliest possible moment. Especial
attention Is paid Jo the
LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL
Shipping intelligence. Hotel Arrivals, and
the C’onrt Reeord.
As ont of Us province at present, the Heralo strives
to he n
Thoroughly Loyal Journal,
And to support the trnc interests of the rc-unitefl na
tton. It will l>e constantly the effort of the
publishers to render their paper
ACCEPTABLE TO THE PEOPLE OF SAVANNAH
AND THE STATE OF GEORGIA,
And to discuss all vital questions with the dignity they
deserve, and without which its opinions
could have bnt little weight.
OF THE PAPER
Makes room for a large quantity of Mlscellaneons
Readinc Matter. Poetry and Articles on Liter
ary, Seientifiic and Commercial snh
Jects, so that in all respects it
Is a desirable journal
/ for the
FAMILY AND THE COUNTING ROOM.
Experienced Mall and Delivery Clerks
Are employed, and cither Edition of the Heralp wil
be delivered promptly In Savannah, or for
warded to any part of the world,
on the following
SINGLE COPY... sc.
ONE WEEK 30c.
ONE MONTH $ t 00
ONE YEAR 10 00
PER HUNDRED 3 50
Arc iwted whenever intelligence is received of sod
dent Importance to warrant it.
ADVERTISING TERMS :
Two Dollars per square, (occupying a space of ten
lines nonpareil; for the first insertion, and $1 per
square for each subsequent one. A LIBERAL DIS
COUNT will be made on LONG ADVERTISEMENTS,
or those INSERTED FOR A LONG TIME The
UNRIVALLED AS AN ADVERTISING
Having a large circulation in the city, and throughout
the State, in Florida, South Carolina, the
South Atlantic Squadron and
the .North, drcnlailag
more or less
IN EVERY STATE OF THE UNION.
Subscriptions or Advertisements may be sent by
mail or express to
S. W. MASON & 0.,
No, lit Bay Street, Savannah, aa
TIHE ni%deigned are prepared to receive goods at
their Warehouses—free of i-xpenec aud for
ered bv Incur* cc—for to Augusta and
points bej on<J*t>y their regular line of light draught
boats. Ai.plyto # CIIAS. 1.. COLLY,
•opt 29 —ts cor. Bey and Aherconi efe,
STAB mt LIKE.
The first class 17. 8. Mail Steamships
_ • * • Capt Cauintct.
UNITED STATES, .... Capt. SiiAKr.
AMERICA, ..... Capt Cain.
CONSTITUTION,' ... Capt übiuak.
The above ahlps compose the Line, and will sail
romNew Yarkand Savannah every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN * CO, Agents,
WAKEMAN. GOOKIN * DICKINSON, Agents,
rTIHR A 1 British ship WISCONSIN. Drews, master,
A and the A l Am bark THOu. FLETCHER Pen
dleton. musrer, having a larpo portion of their cariroes
engaged will have immediate dispatch. For freight of
500 bales cotton, apply to
oct9 6 JNO. R WILDER. I
NEW .JffU YORK.
THE new and elegant first class U. S. Mall Steam
ship IDAHO, Captain Crowfu., wiii
positively sail for the above port on
Wednesday, Oct. llth, at o’clock
. For frelgnt or paessge, having splendid accommo
dations, apply to
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN * CO,
octil Stoddard's Building, opp. Post Office.
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
t RE notified that they oan store their goods any
day during the week, to be forwarded by the
itbavc Boats, which are the lightest draught runulug
to Augusta, free of extra charge.
repgH HEIN * CO.
FOR NEW YORK
, The new and splendid U. S. Mail
/SHraL Steamship LKO, F. A. Merrill,
Commander, will sail for the above
—S- port on her regular day, THURSDAY,
October 12th, at o’clock.
For freight or passage, having splendid accommo
dations. apply to nUNTKR 4 GAMMELL.
JEi. H. MAY,
Will have dispatch for the abovo place. Goods receiv
ed at all time and stored In fire proof warehouse, foot
of Lincolu street, free of cast.
J M. KINCHI.EY, Agent.
Office in Claghorn & Cunningham’s.
The May arrived In Angnsta from Savannah on last
Friday with her full freight. ts oct»
Atlantic Coast M.a.11 hituam
FOR NEW YORK,
if The new and elegant Side-Wheel
.jZgJßi'fr SteamshipKALKloH. Q. M. Walker,
-a.'.Ftl.WTv Commander, will positively sail on
jBSB™?- her regular day, SATURDAY, llth
Inst, at 3 o’clock, p. in.
For Freight or Passiige, having veiy large and airy
state-room accommodations, fitted up with all there
cent improvements, apply to
JOHN R. WILDER
Chip's Bills of Lading furnished and signed In the
THE light draught Side-Wheel Steamer SCMRPIO.
Capt. Rogers, will ply regularly between t-avau
nab every Saturday and Doctortown every T nesduy,
commencing her regularly trips on the *lst inst.
Freight intended for this boat will be stored free of
For passage or freight (which will be taken at re
duced ratesj apply to
KKIN 4 CO., Agents, Savannah,
N. B.—The Scorpio will leave for Doctortown on her
fir«t trip on THURSDAY, 12th in.t., at 8 o'clock, a m
and return, leaving Doctortown Tuesday. 17th inst.
FREIGHT FOR PALATKA
And Intermediate Landings
Will be received DAILY by Ibc undersign
ed, FREE OF STORAGE, and forwarded
by the first class
Steamer Gen. Bhcplcy.
All Goods in Warehouse covered by In
CIIA.S. L. COLBY & CO..
sep3o cor. Abercoru and Bay sts.
FREIGHT FOR AUGUSTA.
The New and Elegant Very Fast Steamer
Will commence receiving freight THIS MORNING, at
Exchange Wharf, and be the flrst Boat for Augusta
after the nelcn.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, with elegant
Staterooms, apply to
KEIN A 00.
sep29-td 114 Bay street.
TriE A1 American Ship NEW ENGLAND,
Hodge, Master, having a large portion of
-(JagSlAher curgo engaged will be ready to receive
Lower Hydraulic Press on the 13th
For freight or passage apply to
seDl4.ti BRIGHAM, BALDWIN 4 CVh*
FREIGHT TO AUGUSTA.
ON and after this date the rate of Freight bv our
Line will be reduced
50 Per Cent !
Onr Line Is composed of the following Steamers, all
adapted to the trade, viz:
Iron Steamer AMAZON, Capt. Johnson.
New Iron Steamer WM. G. GIBBONS, Capt Pbilpol
Steamer LAURA. Capt.-Hillcr.
The Steamer Gibbons la in every particular a flrat
ratea SnrßnCe C * U effec,edb y onr r - lm ' *t lowest
Freight received DAILY and forwarded
TWICE A WEEK.
sep2B-lm ERWIS 4k HARDPE-
FOR NIW YORK.
JX The fine Brig MARY COBB, Dun
-1-1 can. Master, having a large part of her
ei cargo eng ged. win have quick despatch
-rtjr— ’or the above port
ES" F r Freight engagement* apply to
uctT '- i ROGERS 4 CANN, Agents.
we. kly tr/ps to Dxtonown tie f?:iC,rt3 «
Tuesdav JSf*’ S ct - l! ' « 6 o'clock
dKi Morning. Oct. 24, at 6 o’clock.
Thursday Morning, Oct. r>
Thursday Morr.ir , ip,
the week anTfnwsTdrt promnSv u IS 7 day <*nring
Privuege of llghteiing on too Alu^^^ l^
- ERMIN t HARDEE.
pj.! , , h 2 c rteap -tch a, -hove. JV Boat or
r.XC EDINQUUHT DRAUGHT “ oC
Draws Lti. Water than any Boat on
And is able to navigate It at its lowest stage.
For freight apply to
F. M. MTRELL, Agent;
Harrl,’ Building. Bay street.
u~ rr s : ’ ht dally and stored in Fire
'■ fo ., >l of l in( ~ ol ° street.
Offices to Let.
TWO ROOMS TO LET, SUITABLE FOR
anl2tf* * hC HERALD OFFICE.
To Rent 3
T r> ?r,/l Fp ,l c ', ab:c , f c ? a K m « a «» a procure a laree
11003 IS TO LET,
At 3EXUto*i. Head, 0. 0.,
THE Palmetto Herald Building having been Newlv
mi 1 ? d r m P ’ < noW t li: P u e nd airy® rooms
b Pnr t»!™ plnK Apartmeut* or t usluees purposes.
■tom 4 o’clock to Go-clockp. m Js2*
BAY AND LINCOLN STS.,
O’FALLON & CO„
Forwarding & Commission
T> ESPECTFULLY Invite attention to our facilities
AG for the purchase or movement of Southern
Rroducts, and wilt Klvo prompt attention to allbusi
nees entrnsted to onr care. Intending to catahlleh
perm inonlly a House in Savannah expect by strirt ’
the Trede rrln P e “ erit * lnd a portlonof
Having a commodious Warehouse Hut Cotton, wo*
K®PJ'? ar ® a to ''fly. or receive on consignment to our
mends in New Y..rk or Europe, and will make ad
rvfl, 68 K° n Ram ® : picking, re-baling or mending all
Cotton beiore shipping, thereby saving the enormoka
expense Incurred in Northern citlei by this process
*SS^ffiSS^^SS. M,of ,Se
OFEICE, STODDARD’S RANGE
CORNER OF BAY AND LINCOLN STREETS,
Jv Port Office Addrera. Lock Box 25. oct7-3m
BUY YOUR COOL DRINKS
IN REAR OF POST OFFICE, HILTON HEAD
D B CAMP,
' T A. I X. O E .
| IVOULD inform bis former patroua and the pnblie
; 1 ' ihat he has resumed Hu.iness at 118 Brought >a
I ■treat, between Bull and Whitaker, where he la naw
opening a Choice Stock, adapted to the present, and
! w ill be receiving weekly, to ,he coming eeaenna, eon
slating in part Oi cloths. '.Vesimeres and Vestings,
all of which will bo made to order at abort notfoe.
trimmed and get up In his nenal style.
Os every description, requisite to a Gentleman’*
w ararobe, cousuntly on hand. <xt4-lw
riW THOUSAND DOLLARS,
MECHNIO BANK OF AUGUSTA
Eastern Bank of Alabama,
octß _ tf E. F. ME I CALEB A CO
Exporting and Importing
neiat j°“ •» prepared to make Udvarcee in
v , of Gold on ernsignmenta of cotton,
pool* St ° reS , Lamber ’ * e - to their agent In Livtr-
Orders solicited for goods from merchants and plan
ters. The strictest attention will be paid to all orders
however small, for goods ffom Lngiand, France or
Germany, onr Savannah and Charleston Agents,
being salaried, make no charge for / awarding either
way and will fnrnieh circular oi details.
R. F. FLOrD. President.
AotNTsr—E. T. Psine, Liverpool, England; R. E.
Screven, Charleston, S. C.; Henry Bryan, Savannah.
Ga. 3mos aeplS
FiIFIGHT FOR MACOX
By Wagons, Wantel
_sep!?2 BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
_ RICHARDcON t BARNARD,
»ep4 ts Bay street, opposite Mamie; s Chu;