Departure of M»uubi|»i<Bd Slramtra.
rOR KIT TORE
,:ram s t:ip Idaho, Wednesday, October 11th, at 2
Steamship Leo, Thursday. Octolaer 12th, at 2*4
-•eamship Raleigh, Saturday, October 14th, at 3
o'clock P- >u.
steamer Scorpio, Thursday,. October 12th, at 8
8 , t o'clock a. m.
Steamer Fountain, every Saturday morning, at 9
Arrival of the lew Steamship Leo—Ac
ronntorHer Trial Trip at New York.
The new steamship Leo, of the Pioneer Line of
Savannah and Sew York steamers, arrived at this
port yesterday morning. She brought fifty cabin
and twenty-four deck passengers, who speak in high
terms of her superior qualltes, and from w hom we
gather the following account of the new vessel and
her trial trip at Sew York, on Friday the 30th ult.
The day was one of the finest of the autumn, and
upwards of two hundred Invited guests assembled
tor the excursion. The steamer left her wharf
iyali street Ferrv, (Brooklyn,) at noon, and pro
ceed'd down the bay and through tlio narrows,
turning about for Sew York a short distance out
<ide of Sandy Hook. After reaching the city she
■teamed up the Hudson about four miles aud then
eturued to Pier 11, where she landed her delighted
passengers The aggregate distance run was about
Her performance was blgliiy satisfactory, her mo.
tlon easy, her speed unexpectedly good for the first
trial of the machinery. The Leo is, in all her ap.
polntments, a first class vessel. She was built under
the immediate personal supervision of her expe
rienced commander, and every portion of hep ma.
tered subjected to most careful Inspection. Her eu
guje.s are from the DMeuiater works, her hull from
the card of Messrs. C. A- R. Polllon. Her owners ar e
the builders. Messrs. Murray A Nephew, aurt others.
Hei length is 204 feet; breadth 33 feet 0 inches;
depth of hold 13 feet; between decks, 7 feet. She is
schooner rigged, with wire rigging,and sails sufficient
to go from port to port without employing steam.
Shelias three fire pumps ; and four spleridld Alex
ander Life boats, ready for instant use. Two of
these boats arc capable of lioldiug aiid 'safely carry
ing eighty persons.
she has cabin accommodations for fifty first class
passengers. She isfinislied in oak and black walnut,
and her state rooms and saloons are furnished with
most excellent taste, having an air of beauty and
t amfort we have rarely seen equalled iu the outfit or
During the return trip from Sandy Hook the guests
partook of a sumptuous lunch furnished by Thomp
son, of Brooklyn.
The Leo will donbtlcr.B prove a favorite vessel of
the Pioneer line, in connection with which she is to
ruu. Capt. Merrill has had a varied and highly sue
cessful experience of twenty-three years, and is fa
miliar with most of our own and many foreign ports.
He is characterized by energy, decision, intelligence
end gentlemanly courtesy.
We congratulate our citizens upon the addition Os
this new and auspicious link, between our own city
and the great commercial metropolis
In this connection, we cheerfully make room for
(To the Editor of the savannah Herald :
Savannah, Oct 9th, 1865.
i- seems to me but just that a fair notice should be
given of Messrs Murray A Nephew’s new steanger
• i so.” which left New York on Thursday, the 6th, at
•i.13 P. M. This vessel was built by C. AG. Poilton,
of Brooklyn, N. Y.; i3 of 1,000 tons burthen; has
one boiler 15J4X15X15 rectaugular shell return.
She made a very successful trial trip on Saturday,
v.jih Sept., uuder the management of Mr. W. H. Me
g.e, sandy Hook, Pilot, who brought her from her
moorings, on Thursday last, in admirable style. The
• Leo” Is well officered, and well managed, and has
made a most remarkable ruu, reaching Hatteras in
33 hours 30m. from New York.
The following is rlist of her officers ;
F A. Merrill, Captain ; Thos. L. Merrill, Ist officer;
Theo. G. Halsey, 2nd officer; P. D. Sloe um, Purser ;
Thos. Wagner, Ist Eng. ; Wm. Wagner, 2nd Eng. ;
Capt. Macon, Sav. Pilot ; W. H. Megie, Sandy Hook
Savannah, Ga., Oct. 9,1865.
Samuel W. Mason, E3q.,
, Editor Savannah Herald
3ib—ln the columns of local matters of last Fri
day’s Issue of the Savannah Hekalp appeared au
article in regard to the acquittal of Mr. John J. Nea.
son, of this city, who was tried before a military
commission ou a charge of shooting a soldier on the
night of September 11th, 1865. Mr. Ncasou, or his
iriends, certainly have an undoubted light to let his
or :helr friends know that he (Neasonl was acquitted
from so serious a charge.; but, Sir, the writer of the
article had no right to write aud circulate through
yonr paper such false statements in regard to ill’.
Morgan as it contained. The article states that an
attempt was made by two soldiers (Pettit and Mor
gan) to rob Mr. Xeason of Ills gold watch and chain,
and that the soldiers knocked down Neason with the
intent to rob him.
Asa member of the Commission before which
Season was tried, allow rue to say that this assertion
;3 false, and brands an honorable man as a felon,
without cause or justlflcation.
Mr. Wragg, a young gentleman of Savannah, and
a witness for the defence, who happened to be In
company with Season on the night of the aill-ay,
swears, la his direct cross-examination, that no ut_
tempt was made by either of tho soldiers to rob Sea.
son. Mr. Bash, witness for defence, swore that no
robbery was attempted by the soldiers ; and, I be
lieve, should the article alluded to meet the eye of
.Mr. George \V. Mercer, the gentlemanly and able
counsel who defended Neasou, ho would rronounce
it as false. ?
X have known William H. Pettit for more than
three years, and, though but a private soldier, he Is
a man of good character. Allow me to say that, as
an officer, did 1 have any reason to. believe that Pet
tit was In auy degree guilty of the accusation made
against him through your paper, X would have him
punished. 1 would not overlook an act which would
m any way reflect disgrace upon the service, which
has Horn lime immemorial been held as an honor
able profession. The assertion that Morgan Is a no
torious Boston rough is so absurd liiat It is hardly
necessary for me to say anything In regard to It.—
However, I will state that Morgan is a citizen of
Brooklyn, JT. Y., the son of respectable parents, and
never lived In Boston.
As the article in your paper of last Friday had an
extensive eirculalion, I ask, Hi justice, that you la
sert this. Very respectfully,
IXuWAHt) C. CONRADY,
Capt. Cos. C, 178th P.eg’t N. Y. Vols.
PROVOST COURT.—From the proceedings be
fore Lieut. Col. Holbrook, Piovost Marshal, It will
be noticed that lie Is determined to break up the cot
ton stealing which lias been carried on in such a
high-handed maimer of late In this city. Gambling
and other crimes are also attracting his attention,
and the otl'enders are summarily dealt with The
case of one of our new city policemen, charged with
stealing cotton, will come up before him tills moru
Tee Steamer Extuess. — We are pleased to notice
that the work of getting this new steamer ready for
the up-river trade Is rapidly progressing. About
Tuesday next she will leave on her first trip for Au
gusta. Capt. Garnett, well and favorably known as
the former Captain of the steamere Eliza, Swan ami
John G. Lawton, will be In command of the Express.
Tixvovzv.— We are pleased to learn that Hon,
Thos. E. Lloyd, member elect to the State Conven
tion, has been pardoned by the President.
The Late Murder at Demand's Press.—Up to
last evening, the body of Mr. James Mahoney,watch
man of Demund’s Press, had not been found. The
investlgatlon|thas far made have given no clue as to
who were the murderers.
Tar Pair.—We are requested to state that the
Young Ladies’ Fair, for the benefit of wounded and
destitute Confederate soldiers, will be open to-night
at T o’clock, for the purpose cf raffling off the arti
cles remaining unsold.
Illustrated and other periodicals.—We have
been favored by Mr. Estill with the following :
Frank Leslie; The Round Table; The Nation. The
first named contains several picturesque Illustrations
with diversified contents, and the two last several
admirable dissertations, criticisms and various infor
mation on subjects of note and literature.
(iarrotlan la Broad Daylight.
Yesterday afternoon ns a stranger in our city who
had mure money than discretion was making, In a
drinking saloon on Bay street, quite a display or h s
funds, five Individuals who had armed in the city
In the morning hy the Aeamship Leo, observing the
■nonet so freely displayed, and the inebriation of its
owner, made his acquaintance, and one of them
“stood treat” to an tuiUtuited extent. A friendship
to a most agreeable nature was immediately formed,
and the party left tlie bar-room to see the city—
When near the corner of Houston and Bay streets,
and but a short distance front the bar-room, one of
the newly arrived New Yorkers thrust his ltands into
the strangers pockets while he was tightly secured
by others of the gang, aud his money in greenbacks
aud specie taken from him. Lieut. Howard, of
the Police, who was in the Eastern end of the city,
near where the robbery was committed, learning or
it and obtaining a description of the thieves, started
in pursuit and was successful iu arresting them.—
Tb«r examination will take place this morning be
IbrtUeut. Col. M. T. Holbrook.
A Case of Arson.—On Saturday last,the residence
of Hon. D. A. O’Byrne, northwest corner of Drayton
and Liberty streets, was set ou fire. The flames had
made some progress when they were discovered by
Owo ladies passing on the street at the time, who
immediately alarmed the Inmates. The fire was
promptly arrested. It proved to have been set
In the basement while the two servants were up
stairs attending to their work. A refugee negro, who
Is believed to have set the fire, has been arrested by
Mr. O'By rne, and Is now confined in the police oar
racks awaiting examination.
We invite attention to the auction sale of Camp
and Garrison Equipage and Quartermaster’s Stores,
by Messrs. York, Williams, Mclntlre A Cos. The sale
will take place this morning on Bay street, foot of
Drayton, at 10 o’clock.
Stabbing affray at Lama's UaLL —Yesterday
forenoon, while a number of negroes congregated at
Lama’s Hall, on the north side of Liberty street, be
tween Lincoln and Habersham streets, a fight arose
between two of them, resulting in one stabbing the
other with a knife. At this stage of the matter the
other negroes Interfered, and a general low was
soon In lively progress. Information of the affray
having been conveyed to the Police Barracks, Lieut.
Howard, of the Police, accompanied by one police
man, hastened to the scene of conflict. Upon enter
ing the building the police were compelled to draw
their revolvers on the negroes, to induce them to de
sist from their murderous attack upon the Individual
who had committed the assault upon the other—
They were not successful, however, until he had
been knocked down senseless by a brick. Several
arrests were made of these disorderly characters.
The Repairs on the Schooner B. L. Sherman—
The tern schooner B. L. Sherman, Capt. Willis,
which put into this port on the 10th ulf. in distress,
having sprung aleak aud bound from Jacksonville,
Fla., to Mazaguez, Porto Rico, loaded with lumber,
isb < 'g ns rapidly repaired as circumstances will
permit. T:i 'irewbacks are a scarcity of material,
....... w ant of mee t mics, etc. The cargo which had
to be dn>^.i-.. c ! dwi i this morning be put back into
the vessel. SUuum not circumstances of an una
voidable nature prevent, the B. L Sherman will b_'
ready for sea in about ten days.
Another Murder Brought to Light—Body of a
Dead Man in the Savannah River— lnformation
was received lu this city on yesterday that the body
of a man, it was unknown whether white or black,
was lying in the Savannah river near Fort Jackson,
and that the body had marks of having been shot,
the ball passing through and across the nreast.
Measures, we learn, will be taken to-day to have the
body brought to the city and an investigation made.
New Firm.—We invite attention to the advertise
ment of Messrs. La Roche, Gaden A Luckies, jn an
other column. These gentlemen have formed a co
partnership for the transaction of a General Grocery
and Commercial business Their house is con
veniently located on the corner of Bay and Barnard
streets, where they are prepared to receive any
aud all consignments that may be made to them.
BEFORE LIEUT. COL. M. T. HOLBROOK, PROVOST MAR
SHAL, DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH.
SAVANNAH, Oct. 9, 1865.
Cnited States vs. Patrick O'Cou-or—Drunkenness
ami disorderly conduct in the streets. Fined $5 and
costs, or be imprisoned in Chatham county Jail for
U. S. vs. John Kuhlman—Disturbance of the peace
In Savannah Market. Pined *SO and $3 costs, and n
default of payment to be confined in the jail oi Chat
ham county for two months.
Cnited States, by Venus Walker (colored) vs. Isaac
Walker—Assault and Battery. The case was ordered
to be dismissed.
Cnited States, by Policemen Rogers and Haley, vs.
Henry Tate, William Cowdell and James Wilson (ail
colored)—Riotous conduct lu the street. It was or
dered that the defendants be fined In the sum of *lO
each, with costs of suit, and In default thereof, they
be confined in Chatham county Jail ten days.
Cnited States, by Policeman White, vs. £. Barrett,
Moses Major, and L. Johnson (all colored)—Larceny.
The offence having been proven, it was ordered that
they be fined in the sum of SSO each, and costs of
suit, and in default thereof, they be confined In the
common Jail of Chatham con nty for the period of
Cnited States, by Policemen Doyle and Hagerty
vs. John Stephens, Wm. Sheßall, Edward Bryan and
Green Wilson (all colored)—Gambling ou Sunday, the
Bth inst., between Ua. m. and 12 m. In this case, it
was ordered that the defendants be fined in the sum
of SSO each, with the costs of suit, and in default of
payment, they be confined in the Chatham county
jail for the term of two months. Iu consideration of
extenuating circumstances introduced on behalf of
Wm. Sheftall and Green Wilson, the defendants were
allowed until to-day for Wilson, aud until Saturday
for Sheftall to pay their fines and costs.
The Cnited States by Policeman Lacey, vs. Mllly
Sweet (colored)— Disorderly conduct in the streei/
I'iued in the sum of $5 and costs of suit, and he be
confined in the County jail until the fine and costs
be paid, not exceeding ten days.
Cnited States by Policeman Savania vs. W. Clare*
(colored) —Larceny .of cotton. Was ordered that
the defendant be fined In the sum of *SO with costs
of suit, in default of payment he confined In the com
mon jail of Chatham County fortlie period of twenty"'
The United States by Policeman Breen vs. Green
(colored)—Riding through the streets In violation of
orders. Filled $6 and costs.
The United states by Policeman Doyle, vs. John
Jones (colored) —Vagrancy. Deteudant turned over
to the Freedmen's Bureau, for employment, or be
The United states by Thomas Feely, Prosecutor,
vs. Dick Edwards (colored)— Larceny of cotton. The
defendant In this case was found guilty of the charge.
It was therefore ordered that he be remanded to
Chatham County Jail to be kept In close custody un-.
til he can be forwarded under a military guard
to tile Penitentiary at Milledgeville, where he will be
confined at hard labor for the term of six months.
The United States vs. Americas, Joe and Oliver
(colored)— Watering horses at pumps In tue streets
contrary to orders issued and published. The de
fendants pleading ignorance, being strangers in the
city, were disabused with a.reprimaud, and payment
The United States, by Mrs. D. O'Donnell, vs. Mi
chael Cosgrove—Malicious mischief. The offence In
the above case not having been proved, the case was
dismissed upon the payment of costs by the prose
The Cottod States, by J. W. McAlpin, vs. Ferdinand
Freny—Simple larceny. The charge of larceny
against the defendant was not been made out. He
was, therefore, discharged fro m arrest
The United States, by Capt R. F. Atkin, vs. Chas
Beaker (colored)—Assault, with Intent to murder—
Upon the examination of witnesses lu the above
ease, and upon a careful revison of the testimony
adduced, the crime with which the prisoner was
charged was sufficiently established. It was,* there
fore, ordered that he be remanded to the common
JalTof Chatham county, there to be Kept ia close cus,
tody until he can be tried by a military commission,
to be appointed by the Brevet Major General com
manding. and to be convened at such time and place
as may be deemed best In his Judgment.
The United States, by Capt. R. F. Aikln, vs. John
Harrison—Attempted assault on the Chief of Police
and endeavoring to rescue a prisoner. It was order
ed that he be fined In the sum of *6O and oosts, or In
lieu thereof to be confined In Chatham county jail for
the space of two months.
The United States vs. M. Smith—Riotous and dis
orderly conduct In resisting an officer in the dis
charge of tils duties. Fined $26 and costs, or closely
confined in Jail for two months.
UntUND’s HvnßAri.tr Cotton pnnw— We were
pleased to notice yesterday that this e.ui.iuhmeni,
which has been closed since the war. went in opera-
• The Strfets og New York.”—Owing to the un
u u Uly crow »led slate of nor local columns this
morning, we are obliged to defer a notice of the
very successful performance of “The Streets of New
York," at the Theatre last evening.
On the 4th inst., by the Rev. 8. Landrum, at the
reddc-nce of the bridt’a mther, Mr. EDWIN A CAf-
TELLAWto Mi* MARY W. ROGERS, all oi this
city. 1* octlO
In the city of Angusta. on the evening of October
3d, of congestive fever, Mrs. UNITY E. HKRMS, the
wife of Wm. B. Herms. 1* octlO
PULASKI HOUSE OCTOBER 9, 1865.
Thos F.lllson and lailv, Ga
Miss Wilson, Maine'
Chas G Thomas. N V
[A Reisch, N Y
E J Charlton, Quebec
N J Nichols, City
A Levy aud wife, Phila
W 11 Simmerman and
Wm H Fessendon, Boston
J E Bostic, Macon, Ga
'Capt Alfred Grover, 68th
Lieut Mutsqe, 68th N Y
■ Capt Sleuning, N Jersey
H H Forward, Florida
J J Van Nostrand, Fla
|J Ryan, Fla
jWm Pendarris, Ga
I Win J Sted, Ga
| A Eiclielberger, Ga
'S S Williams, Madl3on, Ga
Mr and Mrs Vorliees, N Y
A R Taylor Hawkins vine j
Mrs H i’ Marston, Boston,
A Bessie, New York [
C Lambert, do
L D Cunningham, N Y
J W Taylor, do
E Remington and lady.NY
D A Smith and lady, N Y
Miss M T Speldon, X Y
E Remington, N Y
J W Collins, and wile,
Beaufort, S C
R E Darlington, Newark,
D C Darlington, Newark,
W G Smith, Conn
J R Kendall, Boston
Mrs H G Ward, New I'ork
L M Wiilarel, do I
J B Holland, do
Fred A Morrell, do
J J White, do
Miniature Almanac—This Day.
Sun rises 6 o.Moon rotes 10 46
Sun sets 5 35|High water 11 45
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
SATUP.DAV, Oct. 9. 1865.
Steamship Leo, Merrill, From New York—to Hun
ter A- Gsmmell.
Hamms’ flat, from Augusta, with 282 bales Upland
cotton—to Hunter A Gammell.
Steamer Standish, Moore, Hilton Head
Steamer Resolute, Cannon, Fort Pulaski.
Steamer Scorpio, Rogers, Doctortown—Keln <fc Cos.
Per steamer Helen Getty, from Palatka, Fla—2oo
bales Upland cotton, 4 tierces sugar, 3 barrels
oranges, I box do, 21 barrels sweet potntoes, 2 casks
oranges, 2 barrels oysters, 4 coops chickens, 9 cases
Per steamer Union, From Augusta—2oß bales Up
land cotton, no dc. domestics.
Per steamer Helen Getty, from Palatka, Fia—
Duncan & Johnson, J R Wilder, Octavus Cohen,
Schuster A Hinson, Miller, Thomas Ac Cos, J L Villa
longa, Jones A Way, S N Wragg A Cos, Erwin A Har
dee, Dzlauski A Slayer, FM Myrell, l’AEichel
berger, H F Marstou, Brady, Smith A Cos, J G Watts,
Stuart A Cos. M Lowenthall, Wm C Ingles, Capt
Per steamship Leo, from New York—Adams' Ex
press Company, G W Allen, W B Adams, G H A1
ridge, J W Anderson A Cos, Brady, Smith A Cos, Brig
ham, Baldwin A CO, Bell, WyUy A Christian, Blunn
A Myer, N K Barnum, A L Brady, T Brown, Crane,
Johnson A Graybill, S M Coining, M A Cohen, O
Cohen, ,1 S Cohen, C L Colby A Cos, J A Deppish,
Erwin A- Hardee, Einsteen A Kckinan, D Finnegan,
M Ferst A Cos, Gaden A Unities, Hunter A Gamtnell,
J McMahon, W H Starke, .1 R Laly A Cos, A M Scar
boro, W H Wlllberger A Cos, Hilton A liaudell. Weed,
Cornwell A Cos, W A Cos, .1 L Stuart, J W Taylor,
Lovell A Lattimore, Horton A Watson, Hess A
Guttman, II W A Cos, J C Turner A Cos, J G Watts A
Cos, Holland, Paul A Pitts, Harudens Express Cos, T
S, aud others. .
Per steamship Leo, Horn New York~L H Willard,
J Holland, Mrs G H Ward, J J White, E Remington
and wife, Master and Miss Remington, Miss Sheldon,
D A Smith-and wife, -Mrs Stuart, Miss A Smyth, Mrs
M itighter. Miss M tipper, Mrs A H Mulligan, Miss M
Bosseu, A Levy and wile, D T Voorhees, wife aud
child, D H Collins and wife, Mrs U P Mars.ou, Miss
Wilson, Mrs E B Chlpman, T Ellison and wife, J W
Taylor, L D Remington, A Resaher, D P Thomas, D
McKewin, R Elliott, J R Sheldon, W H Tysan, D
Montgomery, E J Charlton, P llershfleld, W U Fes
senden, W<j Smith, T White, D R Kendall, D LMe
lntosh, A Bessie, Mrs Lambert, H P Cassell, P Uapp,
A Slteron, T Meyer, E R Wilber, J L Stuart, Thos
l’epper, J L Johnson, E Remington, R A Crawford,
M Hess, A K Taylor, K E Darlington, D C Darlington.
Mrs J L Grant, and 18 steerage.
Per steamer Helen Getty, from Palatka, Fla—A
Twiname, 1* A Eiclielberger, Mrs A Halle, Mrs
Chestnut and 3 children, Mrs McCea, Mrs O’Keefe,
C E Halle, John H Lewis, Dr McCea, J Ranere, J
Prescott, Wm Wallace, John H Minhart, JT Jolly,
C D Jones, H H Forward, W G Steed, G M Galpm
and lady, J J Wood, S Frlsb.v, Mrs Basdeu, Mrs
Loddv, j G Vannostrand, .1 Ryan, Wm B Jackson, D
C Scarlett and lady, T Bunkley, J E RChambon, H
p Marston, Wm Pendarls, and 7 on deck.
PORT OF FERNANDINA, FLA.
Fernandina, Fla., Oct. 7.
Sailed Oct 4.—Sloop Thunder, Smith. Fernandina,
Satffiorer M E Stevenson, J A Burton, Savannah,
•for MtflEfeas, Cuba.
LIST t#' VESSEL%jy THE PORT OF
' . sSAVANNAU, Oct. 9, 1865.
New England, Hodges, 1,100, for Liverpool—load
ing at Lower Hydraulic press—Brigham, Baldwin *
Wisconsin (Br) Arcus, 950—discharging ballast at
Lower Hydraulic Press—John K Wilder.
John E 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—C L Ooiby A Cos.
May, Kelly, 330, from New York—discharging at
■wharf foot o'r Habersham street—Hunter A Gammell.
Julia A Crawford, Buckley, 181, from Jacksonville,
Fla, lu ballast—lying at wharf foot of Bull Street-
Wide World, Hildreth. 274, from New York—dis
charging at wharf foot of Bull street—Win Starr.
Albert (Br) Riordan, 105, from Nassau—discharging
•at wharf foot of Barnard street—Bell, Wylly A Chris
John G Whipple. Simpson, 80, for New York—load
ing at Iron Steamboat Wharf west of Barnard street
—Rogers A Cann.
FINE OLD BRANDY, WINES, Sc.
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.
11l 33A.Y STREET,
Alpop’s Ale, Mars’ Ale. Apples, Potatoes, Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider and Cider Vinegar
PER STEAMER CAMBRIA,
100,000 "Henry Clay ; Segars.
v Which will be sold low.
HUE, WniTNEY & CO.,
I ocf-3 203 Bay street.
PONY FOR SALE,
A FINE MARE PONY, three years old, suitable for
a boy. Apply at 44 Bryan street.
r‘ Mr. William Trenholm will call or send his ad
dress to the Herald Office, be w. I hear of some
thing to his advantage. Any it form .tion concerning
him will be gratefully received. A .dress
oct9 ts H. K. S.
Photographs, Ambrotypes, &c.,
Corner WYiltnlcer ami Broughton Stu.
th |A KITS new Mackerel, Just received and for
OUU sale by RICHARDSON A BARNARD!
scptH-tf Bay street, opp. Mariner’s Church.
By Bell, Wylly A Christian.
FURNITURE AT AUCTION.
On Tl ESDAY- the 10th inM.. at in o’clock, A. M.,
will be t»oUi at the re.4dence. No. HS Broughton sL,
next door rad of McConaghy’a dry good* store, the
Hou-eh"!d Purnimret of—
Ac., Ac. 2 oct^
By Bell, Wylly l> Christian.
BOOTS AND SHOES—AT AUCTION.
TO MORROW (Wednesday* at 11 o'clock, In front of
store, eighteen case** ot assorted Shoes and (latter*,
Men’s Calf Brogans
Children and Missea* Lined Balmorals
Men’s Bull' Buckle Cuba Ties
Women’s Heeled Creole Cougres* Gaiters
Boy’s Calf Balmorals
New stock just received per Steamer L?o. Belt- poe
itive Terms cash.
Also by the same arrival
M) qua iter boxes Laver Raisins
15 cases Tomatoes (•} tloas. each;
25 cases Adamantine Candles (t»lb Cartoons)
5 bbla Brown Sugar
4 bbls Coffee Spgar. octlO
By Bell, Wylly & Christian,
TO-MORROW (Wednesday} at 11 o’clock, lit front of
store, will lie sold, a large lot of Furniture, consist
Parlor, Chamber and Kitchen Furniture. Sofas, Ta
bles, chairs, Brussels Carpets, Bedsteads, Dining Ta
bles, Wardrobes, Bedding. Moves, Crockery and Glass
Ware. Terms cash. octlO
YORK, WILLIAMS. M’INTIRE & CO,.
Public Sale of Camp and
- Garrison Equipage
QI ! ARTERMASTER’S STORES.
WII-L be sold at Public Auction, at the Govern
ment Storehouse, on Bay street, at the foot of
Drayton street, at Savannah, G.«,
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, Mosquito Bars,
Knapsacks, Camp Kettles, Mess Pans, Ac.,
A lot of Stationery,
Several Saddles, Bridles, and a variety of other
To be sold without reserve.
Terms cash in U. S. Currency.
E. F. GODDARD,
scp2° Capt, and A. A. Q. M
8m P. Toek, > fJ. It. Mclmij-.e.
M. Li. Williams, ) ( P.H Wakd
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE & CO,,
A XT CTION
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON AND LUMBER
References in Savannah—Brigham, Baldwin A Cos,;
Erwiu <fc Hardee, Gaden AUnckles, Isaac D. La-
Rochc, Esq ; Hiram Roberts, Esq.; Wylly Wood
bridge, Esq.; Hunter A- Gammell; L. C. Norvell A
References in New York—Messrs, Samuel T. Knapo
A Bro.: D. H, Baldwin A Cos. ee|.26-eodlm '
MACKY, BEATTIE & CO.
SHIPPING AM GENERAL
203 aud 203 Bay Street,
OFFER FOR SALtI the following Goods, on the
most reasonable terms.
250 bbls Whiskey, Mountain Dew
100 44 ‘ Buckeye Reserve
75 “ 44 Stag Bourbon _ f
20 44 44 7 vears old Stag Bourbon
20 “ •> Pine Apple Wertwn
50 “ “ Burkam’s Bourbon Distllation
15 44 44 Old Family Rye
15 44 44 Old Rectified
Together with a large assortment of Port, Sherry
and Madeira Wint-a, Heideick & Cos., and Reymond’s
Champaigne*, Brandies, Gins. Rums, German &
Ridgeway Bitter*, &c.
In connection with the above, we offer for Pole
Choice Family Floor, Bacon Sides, Shoulders Lard,
Liberal advances made on consignment to
MACKY & BEATTIE,
repyi ts PHILADELPHIA. PA,
N. A. HARDEE & CO.,
Shipping, Commission and For*
Will make liberal Cash Advances on to
onr friends, Norton, Slaughter A Cos.. 40 Broad street,
Wm. HS Burroughs & Cos.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 97 Bay street. Savannah. Ga.' For the sale
of Cotton and other Produce, Lumber, Timber, Plan
tatlons and all kinds of Real Estate. We now offer
several Rice Plantations near the city, a number of
Cotton "Mil Provision Plantations. Timber lands. City
Prope ty, and a few lots in the Mineral or Northwest
ern plat o the State. sep26-lm
ISC BAY STREET
SAVANNA ft, GA.
B.W. Tilton, Agt.,
FORMERLY Tilton, Worrall A Macy, Southern
Carriage Warerooms, No. 016 Broadway, New
Manufactory—Mount Vernon, N. Y octC-lm
FREIGHT FOR MACOX
By Wagons, Wanted,
Fop 29 BRIGHAM, BALDWIN & CO.
S O U THERN
Exporting and Importing
THIS association Is prepared to make advances in
currency of Gold on consignments of Cotton,
Naval Stores, Lumber, Ac., to their agent in Liver
Orders solicited for goods from merchants and plan
ters. The strictest attention will be paid to all orders
however small for goods (Tom England, France or
Germany. Onr Savannah and Charleston Agents,
being salaried, make no charge for forwarding either
way and will furnish circular or details.
K. F. FLOVD, President
Aoxirrs:—E. T. Paine, Liverpool, England; R. E.
Screven, Charleston, S. C.: Henry Bryan, Savannah,
Ga. Smoa replß
TJITHER Transient or permanent to be obtained l a
XU a pleasant situation and very acoeselb.e to bust
ness. In Broughton street No. 184.
Every Morning and Evening
f SUNDAYS EXCEPTED 1
No, 111 BAY STREET
S. W. MASON & CO.
THE AIM OF THE PUBLISHERS
IS TO ISSUE A
Live Dali)’ Newspaper !
Which shall also be Reliable, regarding Accuracy ai
being of ae great Importance as enterprise
in procuring Information. The
Hnutn Staff embraces a
large corps of editors ltd reporters,
Including several writers long and popularly known
aa connected with the Southern Prean,
It also has
Hpeolal Correapondenta at All
Who are instructed to spare no expense in procuring,
authenticating and forwarding all
IT HAS THE BEST
Mali, Express, and Telegraphic
So that all News of Importance will be heralded at the
earliest possible moment. Especial
attention Is paid to the
LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL
Shipping Intelligence, Hotel Arrivals, and
the Court Record.
A* out of it* province* at present, the Herat n utrive*
to be a
Thoroughly Loyal Journal,
And to support the true interests of the, re-nnlted ra
tion. It will be 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 vltsl questions with the dignity they
deserve, and without which its opinions
conld have but little weight
OF THE PAPER
Makes room for a large quantity of Miscellaneous
Resdlne Matter, Poetry and Articles on Liter
ary, Scientlfiic and Commercial sub
jects, so that in all respects It
is a desirable Journal
FAMILY AND THE COUNTING ROOM.
R E 'L l4
O •v’fTviTj Tvavarlsl
”Iw jpttyr ugsL
Experienced Mail andDcnwr^NfliHi
Are employed, and cither Edition of the Hcralp wll
he delivered promptly in Savannah, or for
warded to any part of the world,
on the following
SINGLE COPY SC.
ONE WEEK <-30c.
ONEMONTH $ 1 00
ONE YEAR - 10 00
PER HUNDRED . 350
Are iwued whenever Intelligence in received of suflY
dent importance to warrant It.
ADVERTISING TERMS :
Two Dollars per square, (occupying a spaec 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
CVRIYALLED AS AN ADVERTISING
Having s large circulation In the city, and throughout
the State, In Florida, South Carolina, the
South Atlantic Squadron and
the North, circulating
more or less
IN EVERY STATE OF THE UNION.
Snbacriptiona or Advertisements may be sent by
mall or express to
S. W. MASON & 0.,
No. 11l Bay Street, Savannah, Ga
fpfli: undersigned are prepared to receive goods at
Ikdr Warehouse*—free of expenae and cov
ered bv Ineurn re—for ehiiment to August* and
potats beyond by their regular line of light draught
boat*. Apply to CHAS. L. COLBY,
*ept22—tf cor. Bay and Abercorn et*.
FOR NEW YOEK
The first rinse U. 8. Mail Steamships
NEVADA, .... Cspt. Caspektxb
UNITED STATES, - - Capt. Sum,,
AMERICA, .... - - Capt Ci-irr
CONSTITUTION, - . - Capi. uscxman.
The above ships compose the Line, and will sal)
from New York and B'ivannah every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CCk Agent*,
WAKEMAN, GOOKIN A DICKINSON, Agents,
(THE A1 British ship WISCONSIN, Drews, master,
A and the A 1 Am bark THOS. FLETCHER Pen
dleton. master, having « large i-ortion of their cargoes
engaged will bare immediate dispatch. For Height of
500 bales cotton, apply to
oct9 6 JNO, R WILDER.
NEW .Mm YORK.
THE new and elegant first class U. 8. Mall Steam
ship IDAHO, Captain Obowhl, will
positively sail for the above port on
\Vednesday, Oct. Uth, at 3 o’clock p. m.
For freight or passage, having splendid accommo
dations, apply to
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO,
ocl9 Stoddard's Building, opp. Post Office.
FOR NEW YORK.
The fine Brig MARY COBB, Dnn
can, Master, having a large part of her
atapad'K cargo engaged, will have quick despatch
■JjLjt+Tgjir tor the above port.
dBBIIS* F-r Freight engagements apply to
uctr-3 ROGERS A CANN. Agents.
For New York.
THE fine A 1 schooner OVOCA. Martin, master
will have quick d : *patch. Fov freight eutjngemcnt*
»PPly to CHAS. L. COLBY A CO.-
octlO cor. Abercorn and Bay atn.
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
ARK notified that they can store their good, any
day during the week, to be forwarded by tlie
abave Boats, which are the lightest draught running
to Augusta, free of extra charge.
s« P'.'» KFIN ,t 00.
FOR ISTEVV YORK
The new aud splendid U. 8. Mail
1 , Steamship LEO, F. A. Mebhill,
Commander, will sail for the above
- -"nil —» port on her regular day, THURSDAY,
October 12th, at 2t< o'clock.
For freight or passage, having splendid accommo
dations, apply to IIUNT&R A GAMMELL.
Will have dispatch for the above place. Goods receiv
ed at all time and stored In fire proof warehouse, foot
of Lincoln street, free ot Cost.
J M. KINCHLEY, Agent.
Office in Clsghorn A Cunningham's.
The May arrived in Angusta from Savanuah-nn la*t
Friday with her full freight. ts octt*
Atlantic Coast Mail Ntcu m
FOR NEW YORK,
joyf-i-—,-.. The new and elegant Side-Wheel
T7A j,. Steamship RAI.KIuII. G. M. Walker,
, U Commander, will positively sail on
> 'SIkJ JJm. her regular day, oATUHDAY, 14th
Inst., st 3 o’clock, p. m.
For Freight or Passage, having very larjre ar.d airy
state-room accommodations, fitted up with all there
cent improvements apply to
JOHN R. WILDER
Ship's Bills of Lading tarnished and signed in the
THE light draught Side-Wheel Steamer SCORPIO.
Capt. Rogers, will ply regularly betweeu Savan
nah every Saturday and Doctortown every Tuesday,
commencing her regularly trips on the 21-t Inst.
Freight intended fur ibis boat will be atonal free of
ForpMAmn£fesi;(lit ( which will betaken at ro-
S exag in, asavannah
• ’ ' * «ale ay i- .I-- . ' r
-il l let'iru. ;■ ' <TTl!^MWioHvng»»aim, ilttrlsfpqf
FREIGHT FOR AUGUSTA.
The New and Elegant Very Fast Steamer
Will commence receiving freight THIS MORNING, at
Exchange Wharf, and be the first Boat for Augusta
after the Helen.
For Freight Engagement# or Passage, with elegant
Staterooms, apply to
KETN & CO.
sep29td 114 Bay street.
TnEAI American Ship NEW ENGLAND,
Hodge, Master, having a large portion of
JlfijPlPsV her cargo engaged will tie ready to receive
cargo ut Lower Hydraulic Press on the 18th
For freight or passage apply to
sepl4-tf BRIGHAM. BALDWIN & CO.
FREIGHT TO ADGDBTA.
ON and after this date the rate of Freight bv our
Line will be reduced
50 Per Cent !
Our Line Is composed of the following Steumers, all
adapted to the trade, viz:
Iron Steamer AMAZON, Capt. Johnson,
New Iron Steamer WM. G. GIBBONS, Capt. Philpot
Steamer LAURA, Capt. HUler,
The Steamer Gibbons ia in every particular a first
Inanrance can be effected by onr Line at lowest
tar Freight received DAILY and forwards !
TWICE A WEEK.
ltpSß4n ERWIN * HARDFE
(THE Steamer WM. O. GIBBON?,
haying a heavy engagement of Colton at Darien,
will during the month ot October make the following
weekly trip* to Doctortown:
Tuesday Morntng, Oct 10. at 6 o’clock
Tur-day .yiore'ng, Oct 17, at 6 o’clock
Tuesday Morning Oct. 24. at 6 o'clock
TTtrjaday Morning, Oct. it,
Thursday Morning, oct 1»
Thundjy Mu.nirg.Oct. 26.
th^mV J^/ Ved "L™/ Wnrel >oute any day daring
tnf» week and forwarded promptly a« above, with th>*
privilege of li*jtot*iin*on tuo Altamaha river if nece*.
l,cH ~-' v ERWIN A HARDEE
r T, H Sj|f 3tcl ***, Ell ' bl > hark TH MAS WHITNEY
tefisar Ms# ay-*
octl ° EELL - WYLLY & CHRISTIAN.
Offices to LetT
TWO JtOOMo TO LET, SUITABLE FOR
Apply at the HERALD OFFICE
COTTON. JfcC. ~
BAY AND LINCOLN STS.,
O’FALLON & CO„
Forwarding & Commission
T>KSPECTFULLY invite attstitpca to ear facilities
Ak for tlie purchase or m wement of Southern
Products, and will give jirompt attention to all onei
ncs-i entrusted to rur care. Intending to establish
perm inently a H.u-e tn Savannah expect by strict
business principle* to morlt ahd receive a portion or
lining a commodions Warehouse for Cotton, we
are pre.iutred tn buy, or receive on consignment to out
frlrndaln New Y,,rk or Europe, and will make ad
vances on same i picking, re-baling or mending all
Cotton before shipping, thereby oivlng the enormous
expense Incurred in Northern ciriea by thin oroceas
They Rollcit a portion of the business of the people
rs Georgia :uid of adjoining fctatea.
OFEICE, STODDARD’S RANGE
CORNER OF BAY AND LINCOLN STREETS,
tv Post Office Address, Lock Box 25. oct7-3m
LINVILLE & GLEASON.
MERRITT, WALCOTT & CO.,
64 Conrtlanflt Street, New York.
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERS
Bridge, Car, Stiiji or Band M,
sETT SCREWS, COACH OR LAO SCREWS,
Hot and Cold Pressed Nuts,
ROUND AND SQUARE WASHERS,
Turnbucktes, Solt Hinds, Taps
and Dies, See.
ALSO DEALERS IN
LOCOMOTIVES, CARS,’ RAILS, CHAIRS,
SPIKES,TIRES, AXLES; CAR TRIM
MINGS of every description, and
every article u«ed in constructing
or operating Railroads.
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
D. B. CAMP,
T -A_ I L O R .
TEfOUtD inform bis former patrons and the public
” that he has resumed business at 118 Broughton
street, between Bu.l and Whitaker, where be is now
opening a Choice Stock, adapted to the present, and
will be receiving weekly, to ihe coming seasons, con
slating in part of Cloths, 'J-ssimet es and Votings,
all of which will be made to order at abort notice,
trimmed and got up In bla usual style.
Os every description, requisite to a Gentleman'
Wardrobe, constantly on hand. ©ct4-lw
few THOSSANB OOUAM.
MECHNIC BANK OF AUGUSTA
Eastern Bank of Alabama.
E. F. METCALFE 4 CO.
White PINE, rough and dressed. Cherry tnd
White Wood. Tar sale by
RICHARDoON & BARNARD,
S’p4-tf Bay street, opposite Mariner’s Cluiqb.