Departure of flteum.htp* nnd Steamer*.
FOR Jtttr vo*r
Steamship Leo, Thursday, October 12th at 2K
o clock. . *
steamship Raleigh. Saturday. Ortniw-r 14th, at 8
o'clock l> m.
Steamer Scorpio, Thursday, October iatu, at »
„i- 'clock a. in.
steamer Fountain, every Saturday morning, at 9
iSrOBIAi'T lUFkOVItMSSTS—Two NKB SAW MILXA
70 BE EBECTSD OX THE LOWER EASTERS WHARVES.—
xte work of erecting two extensive saw mUls on the
Lower Eastern Wharves has fairly commenced.
Both of these mills are being bnllt under the auspices
of a lock company of capitalists from the North.
Tlie first mill trill have two upright gangs of afteen
„ aw ; each, and two mulay saws ;in total, thirty-two
9a w: The power of the engine employed to drive
this mill will be equal to,sixty horses.
The second mill will have an engine of fifty horse
power, to run a circular saw of sixty-two inches, the
luese nulls wdl be able to turn out for each day of
twelve hours work, fifty thousand feet of mcrchanta
oie lumber, scantUng. etc On the site of the old
Ouantocß mill Messrs. Richardson * Barnard have
already in successful operation a neat saw mill of
thirty horse power, driving a fifty-four iuch circular
>aw capable of cutting ten thousand feet of lumber
per day ; and also of plaining, tongning and groov
ing one thousand feet of boards per hour.
Miller’s Foundry.—One of our reporters yester
day. while in the Eastern end of the city, visited the
large and extensive machine works of Mr. Alvin A.
Miller. From every part of these works was heard the
busy hum of industry. The two finishing shops, the
boiler-makers’ shop, blacksmiths' shop, and pattern
makers' shop, were all in full blast, and a targe
amount of work is being done daily. The iron work
lor me Ogeechee bridges, destroyed on the line of the
Atlantic and Gulf Railroad, Is being rapidly pushed.
M . Mlscall.v, who, for several, years, was the master
mechanic in the employ of Mr. Miller, continues in
tills capacity. Mr. Thomas Cessar, master moulder,
anu well known as a skilful! mechanic, is in the
moulding shop as its foreman.
the Cotton Stealing Bcsiness.—We are Informed
that within the past few weeks over one bnndred
junk shops, so-called, have sprung up in the city,
i wiiefe the best grades of cotton are quoted in the
neighborhood of ten cents per pound. It Is asserted
mat most of the fiats from up the river, from the time
they reach McAlpin’c until they arrive at Demand’s
Pi ess, have of late been systematically plundered,
and large quantities of cotton brought ashore in
boats. Unless some more active effort is made than
hitherto, to put a stop to the cotton stealing business,
Augusta merchants ill be justified in demanding a
margin to cover lo3sfrom pillage of their shipments
while in transitu.
We would call the attention of dealers in tobacco,
to the sale of Chewing Tabacco, advertised to take
place at 10 o'clock this morning, by Messrs. Blun A
Meyer, in front of their 3tore, on Bay street. The
article Is pronounced by connoisseurs equal to any
thlng brought to this market since the war. Those
in want of an extra fine article should not neglect
attending the sale. Besides the tobacco other arti
cles will be offered
recoterY of the Body of the Watchman at
Debund's Press —The body of Jame3 Mahony, the
night watchman at Demund’s Cotton Press, who
nr. iteriouslv disappeared, as: was supposed the vic
tim of fonl play, was found boating in the river yes
terday morning, near the wharf of the Press. The
body was readily identified by means of papers, etc.,
found upon it. ' ",
ACCIDENT TO THE STEAMSHIP IDAHO.-“-The steam
ship Idaho, which was to sail for New York yester
day afternoon, met with an accident to her ma
chinery before Uie had proceeded a great distance
down the river, and was obliged to put back. The
breaking of a steam-pipe was all the damage sus
Freights to Augusta, Macon and Atlanta.—
Tue attention of shippers is directed to the adver
tisement of Sup’t Geo. W. Adams, of the Central
Railroad, giving notice that the Company is prepared
to receive and forward freights per Railroad and
Dickerson A Co-'s. Wagons toAugusta, Macon and At
From Florida.—The steamer Fountain, Captain
Caaiuer, arrived here yesterday afternoon from Pa
lmira, Fia., with freight and a good list of passen
! Removal.—as will be seen by a notice elsewhere,
Hi. X. M. Sneed ha3 removed Ills office and residence
to the corner of Ball and Brojglitou streets. Friends
i and patrons will take notice accordingly.
£ The Health of Jacksoxvillb.— We bear
| that reports are in circulation at various
■ places in the interior, that the yellow fever is
|P prevalent in town. Nothing could be further
S' from the truth ; there is not at present, nor
I has there been this season, a single case ol
I yellow fever in Jacksonville. Take the entire
| season, and our city has been unusually
i, healthy. This seems the more remarkable,
f when we take into account the fact that this
e has been the hottest summer ever experienc
| ed in Florida, by that veracious and reliable
I individual, the “oldest inhabitant.”
j And that everything in the shape of a tene-
I ment has been crowded to its utmost capa
■ city, with little regard to cleanliness or com-
I fort, and that our streets, yards and alleys,
'have not been so thoroughly policed as they
■ ought, and yet we kuow from our owu ob-
I seivation and the testimony of physicians,
5 that Jacksonville, is at present comparative
-1 ly healthy and entirely free from any epi
, demic disease. Such reports, therefore, are
. entirely unfounded, and are made by inter
ested and designing parties with a view to
C diverting the trade and business of the place
, through other channels and to other points.
I Jacksonville Union, Oct. 7th.
YVE offer for sale,on reasonable terms,three quarter
” Lot No. 14 lierrien Ward, corner Tattnal and
Berrien streets, with Improvements thereon, consist
ing of a Store and two two-story wooden dwellings,
... with cmt-bnilding. al nearly new and in good repair.
j The btore U an excellent stand lor a Retail business.
For further particulars apply to
L .T. uriLMARTIN & CO.,
- s«p29-tf No. 148 Bay htreet.
- THE undersigned promises to cure
Seminal "YV T eakness
lin all its worst forms without the use of medicine.—
Rl'iease send for my Circular, enclosing 10 cents for
■pontage. Address *T. M. KOS6ELL,
I octio-3m Boston. Masv.
I ESTABI.I!giHIf;D 1809.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SON'S
fco. 211 Washington-St.,
1 -°P» NBW YORK. -,m
| TO TRAVELLERSr
Hew ani Cheap fiitlicatw.
Artemas Ward; hi. Travel,, $1.60,
| The Lost Will- S6O cents.
: Gu, Howard, 75 cents.
, Venter's Pride, $1.60.
The Curse of clirton, $1.60.
Bword and Gown, 30 cents.
Great. Expectations, 76 cents.
The Chanmnes. sl.
The Castle’s Heir, $1.60.
Guy Livingstone. $1.50.
Major Jones’ Courtship, sl.
Major Jones’ Chronicles of Plncville, sl.
Polly Pea blossom’s Wedding. sl.
And other Novels. at
ESTILL’S NEWSPAPER artS PERIODICAL STORE,
octT- Bull street, back o, Fust Office.
THOS. W. BROOKS
FURNITURE AND CENERAL
Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
It. B.—All ORDERS sent I>7 Mail promptly at
tended to. JjrSl-tl
Miniature Almanac—TltU Dai.
Sun rises 6 1 Moon rises morn
Bun sera 6 S3! High water ...... i
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Wednesday. Oct. 10. mi.
Steamship Raleigh. Walker. Sew York—John It
Steamer Fountain. Castner, Palatka Fla etc -bv
M A Cohen.
Steamship Idaho, Craw, for New York -Brigham
Baldwin A Cos.
Per steamer Fountain, from Paiatka—26 bales SI
cotton, 6 bbls oranges, 2 boxes and 1 bbl potatoes
Per steamship Idaho, for New York—47B bales up
land cotton, 28 do sea island do, 40 pkgs mure
POP.! OF FEP.NANDINA, FLA.
Febnandixa, Fia., Oct 8.
Oct B—Sciir John Lenthali, Tathiil. from New 'Fork
on 2d lust.
Per steamship Raleigu, from New Fork—Atlantic
A Gulf K R Cos, Adams Express Cos, J W Anderson A
Sons, Ames A Peabody, E B Adams. Bell, Wylly A-
Chrlstlan, Brady, Smith A Cos, Brigham, Baldwin A
Cos, John Bowles, Blun A Meyer, Bulger A Colvet, N
K Barnutn, T Bateson, Crane, Johnson A Gravbill,
Claghorn A Cunningham. C L Colby A Cos, O Cohen,
A M Cohen A Bro, c Cohen. Duncan A" Johnson, W
II H Deerhurst, Drvlinski A Slager. Dewitt A Mor
gan, J if DeppLsh ‘Darlington A Cos, T J Dunbar A
Cos, H Dinners, Erwin A Hardee, J Epstein A Bro.
Einstein A Eckman, J C Emmerson, b F Einstein, M
Ferst A Cos, M C Fntten, G C Freeman, Thos C Free
man, L J Guilmaitin A Cos, SAG Gardner, S Goodall,
8 Gustiuan, c 1. Gilbert, Huat A Ludlow, Hertz A
Huslleld, Hunter A Gammell, N A Hardee A Cos, G M
Heidr, J H Hickey, J K Hays, H D Hawley, N B
Knapp, Kenney A O’Brien, Rein A Cos, J J Kelly,
Lovell A Lattiiuore, Lathrop A Cos, Lilieuthal A Kohu,
S M Lederer, W W Lincoln, Linville A Gleason, Lau
rant A Cos, J Llppmau. M Bavin, Miller, Thomas A Cos,
H Mienbard & Bro, tv A R Mclntire, Mitchell A Smith,
J C Maker, J U Moses, B Mallou, i> Maliett A Cos, E
M Myrell, <3 Miller, AN Miller, J McMahon, J Meyers,
GOMarcy, J Nicholson, T Nugent, C R Osgood, C
Orff, H Pitcher, Thos Pepper, E I’adelford, Quacken
helmer A Seltg, Richardson A Barnard, Rogers A
Crane, H G Ruwe A Cos, E Robinson, Reid A Cos, F J
Ruckert, J L Koumillat, J K Reilly, A A Solomons A
Cos, B Strauss, W H Stark, Tison A Gordon, W H Tid
ier, B G Tilden, C W Thompson, R H Tatum, Union
Steamboat Cos, Bishop Verot, J R Wilder, E C Wade,
R D Walker, M H Williams, M A Wadleigh, S P Wi
ley, W H Wlltberger A 00, Young A Nixon, E Zacke
rlas, and others.
Per steamer Fountain, rrom Palatka—J L Villalon
ga. R Habersham A Sous, M Lowenthal A Cos, Hon
D D Yulee, and order.
Per steamship Raleigh, from New York—N K Bar■-
uum, wife and child, Mrs Amram and daughter, F J
Ruckert, wife and child Jno R Bartels and lady, D
F landers and wife, H w Hollelter and lady, J i tm
ineirson, wife, daughter and 2 children, Mrs A J Lotze,
Mrs Sera, E P Bowdry, J M Sorrei. R Baldwin, John
Screven. Geoge P Screven,C Valker. T Walker, Mr Al
len, Mr Simonson, C Clapp. H 1. Hlzzerous, C Morse,
S B Palmer, M Hamilton, W W Lincoln, wile and two
children and nurse, W Druham, L liilmau, H.Meyer.
Mrs E Stone and child, Miss Miller, Mrs Bnrfewellet
and chili!, Mis 1- P Seals, servant and infant, D C
Roseuveli and mi, C' H Roser, Capt J W Barlow and
wife, T G James, W S Chesholm, J H Hunter, W King,
J H Sclirieuer, Wm Birue, W S Baseuger, 0 P Lundy,
Mrs James Norswick, Mrs W H Tison and child, Mr
Wise, Aiiss Lllenthai, H M Hill, C Orff, Mr O'Toole,
Mr Buckner, K J Brown, G K Fortune, A Gregor. A
Y Hurt wick, II Bloheu, J E Hicks, Thus Share, Mrs
Ijiiberiiard and child. Major J W Rogers, R Zudinas,
JP Dora, W A Chester, H Wertheimer Jos Joseph,
and 123 on deck.
per steamer Fouutaiil, from Palatka—A B Day, W
B Watson, C H Brock, J H Brock, J Mcßae, w R
Funston, C Turner, B H Bradley, Col A H McCor
mack, M G Joseph, E Bray, J N Smith, W A Lovell,
J H Newcomb, 1’ Murphy, J Magalne, P Roberts, L
McCalre, F Linton, James Thomas, O Lynch, A Clark
son, M Turner. A Johnson, 0 Colly.
Per steamship Idaho, for New York—D B Camp, S
S Parker, E J Davis, Miss J Rogers, E O'Donnell, r u
Galvin, Col Harris, L Fried, Mrs L Fried, H H Bets,
and 14 steerage.
MIST OP VESSELS IN THE PORT OP
Savannah, Oct. 9, 1865.
New England, Hodges, 1,100, for Liverpool—load
ing at Lower Hydraulic Press—Brigham, Baldwin A
Wisconsin (Br) Arcus, 950r-dtscharging ballast at
Lower Hydraulic Press—John R Wilder.
John R Plater, Post, 290, from Norwich, Conn -
discharging at Union Kerry Wharf—Hunter A Gam
Marv Cobb, Duncan, 195,—loading, wharf at foot of
Whitaker street—Rogers A Cann.
May, Kelly, 330, from New York—discharging at
wharf fool oi Habersham street—Hunter A Gammell.
Julia A Crawford, Buckley, 181, from Jacksonville,
Fla. in ballast—lying at wharf foot of Bull Street-
Wide World, Hildreth, 274, from New York—dis
charging at wharf foot of Bull street—Wm Starr.
Albert (Br) RlorUan, 105, from Nassau—discharging
at wharf foot of Barnard street—Bell, Wylly A Curis
John G Whipple. Simpson, 80, for New York—load
ing a: Iron Steamboat Wharf we3t of Barnard street
—Rogers A Cann.
Sciir Julia A Crawford, Bulkley, loading, at Iron
Steamboat Co's wharf, for New York—l. J Oullmar
ton A Cos.
On Tuesday evening, the 10th inst, by the Rev.
Mr. Wynn, DAVID J. JUDAH, of Savannah, Ga.. and
Mi s, E. B. HOLDEN, of Washington, D.C.
Florida and Washington papers please copy.
JOBBERS and Dealers from all parts of the country
are invited to examine my
which includes packages containing complete assort
ments, put up expressly for •‘Country Trade,"
Goods re-packed to suit purchasers
100 Broughton St., 3d door from Bull St.
octlO , * ts E. D. SMYTH.
The Steam Flour Mill
THIS large Mill, adapted to Flour, Meal and Grit?,
will be rented to un approved tenant for one or
The lands east of the Mill, down to Jones'Canal
well adapted to Gardening, Grass. <fcc.
The Race Track, two miles from the city, on the
Augusta Koad* including the Goodal land
A tract of land on the south side of the same road
opposite to the Race Track.
For terms apply to G. B. Lamar or George 8.
Owens, Ksqrs. C. A. Lamar,
Administratrix of C. A. L. Lamar’s Estate
Xhave Juat returned Bom New York, and have
brought out one of the best selected stocks ol
Miiinery Dress Goods
Ever brougUi to this market. The Goods will be sold
I will receive weekly the latest styles of MElnery
tinder Scrlven House, Comer ol BuU and Congress
oct6-lmo MRS. PEASE.
FIELD, GARDEN, GRASS AND FLOW
No. 65 Liberty Street, Sevr 1 ork City.
ORDERS for Seeds by mail will be promptly execu
ted and forwarded by Exprese. O. O. D.
®- B.—The Trade snpplied on the moet liberal
terms Priced Catalogues will be sent upon appllca
tlon by mall, octAcodlff
by mutuAi consent. The business
& BBS?!: sr? aaassrssfc^
on the late arm
GROCERIES, LHHORS. A C,
Perkins, Stern & Co.’s
THE popularity of our brand* of tb*9e tine
Winch has induced their esteuaira imitation. All
desiring genuine- nnd pure Win** should tiiat our
copy-righted label, bearing our name, place of busines*
and the state Sent <d California, i* upon each bottie.
The following Wines are now offered by us, with cur
guarantee cf their entire purity •
WHITE, OR HOCK WINE,
cf a light strew color, very delicate, £uc flavored, and
superior as a dinner wine to Hock or Rhine
A rich and naturally sweet wine, much admired by
ladies, and valuable in the sick chamber, as it make*
hue wheys ana jellies. It is a fine dessert wine, ana
vreii adapted for Communion purposes.
This superb wine is made from selected grapes, r
i3 very uelicat**. and will rank with the vaiy highest
sweet wines of Europe
This is a deep red color of good body and fine flavor.
It is becoming very popular where a sightly astringent
and delicate stimulant is desired. Being entirely a nat
uml wine, i. wiH agree with the most delicate orgmfca
WINE B ITTERS.
These are mad« in our own cellars, from onr own
wines, and wiil be found agreeable and pleiismt
Distilled from t e second prossincr of the grapes, and
is a pure and desirable article.
J. K. Barnoa, the Surgeon General of the United
States, assisted by Assis ant burg, on Woodward, after
a searching and careful analysis of our wines, pro
ne unces 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 thi opinion.
The Boston Journal, Transcript, Traveller, Saturday
Gazette, N. Y. Evening Post, Tribun*-, and a large por
tion of the press throughout the country, have, in lead
ing articles upon American Wines, extolled the supe
rior merits of these wines.
The Wine Convention, held at Cleveland, Ohio, where
onr wines came in competition with all the leading
brands of Western Wines, awarded five premiums, out
of six, to onr wines.
lhe Indiana State Fair, endorsing the opinion ex
pressed at Cleveland, awarded us a Diploma and Silver
LET AMERICANS SUPPORT AMERI
cor. Broughton and Jefferson sts.. Savannah.
Soie Agent lor the State of Georgia- oct*-1 w
WHERE ARE YOU GOING,
MR. BAKER ?
Going to R : Balfore’s. 157 Broughton Bt.
WHY, FOR FLOUR
BBLS CHOICE FLOUR
■ 200 bbls Potatoes
100 bbls Onions
50,000 lbs Bacon
20 bbls Brown Sugar
8 tierces English Crushed Sugar
Switzerland Cheese. octl 1-1 w
O Ai| BBLS BKLLEF-)NTAINE FLOUR,
£ W 100 bbls “Antietam” Flour
For sale by W. H STARK
octll-3 cor. Lincoln and Bay at 4.
GKO. R. CruMT. Wit, A. WRIGHT,
Augusta, Georgia. Late of Richmond, Ya.
GEO. R. CRUMP A CO.,
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Liuuors, Tobacco, Segars,
SALTED FISH, &o.
209 Broad St., Augusta, Ga,
fy Will purchase and sell on Commission Cotton,
Tohacco, Produce, and Merchandise of every de
Refers to the Merchant* and Bankers of Augusta,
Ga , Richmond. Va., and Jno. C. Ferrill, Esq, De-
Witt & Morgan, Gaden & Cnckloo, A. A. So'omona &
Cos., J. T. Paterson Si Cos.. R. Molina, Esq , Savannah,
FINE OLD BRANDT, WINES, &c,
Peach Valley Whiskey, Maple Valley Whiskey, Pike’s
Magnolia, Spencer's Old Rye, and Fine
FOR SALE 3 Y
C, W. THOMPSON,
At the Old Stand,
Ui BAY STREET,
Alsop’s Ale, Mars' Ale, Apples, Potatoes, Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider and Cider Vinegar.
Butter, Butter, Butter.
LARD, LARD, LARD.
JUST received by A. M. SCARBROUGH A CO., 140
63 tubs extra State Butter.
100 kegs extra Leaf Lard.
-1000 bushels Liverpool Salt
2000 sacks Oats, black and white
10 sacks best Rio Coffee
To arrive, 100 Bales Hay.
octlO N. A. HARDEE A CO.
9*:|| BBLS. EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, landing
ntlv per steamer Cambria, and for sale by
MACKY. BEATTIE & CO.,
octG lw 203 and 205 Bay street.
lit ,A KITS new Mackerel, jest received and for
OUU sale by RICHARDSON 4 BERNARD,
sept2l-tf Bay street, opp. Mariner's Church.
IF Mr. William Trenholm will call or send his ad
dress to the Herald Office, he will hear of some
thing to his advantage. Any information concerning
him will be gratefully received. Address
oct9 ts ‘ H. K. S.
Photographs, Ambrotypes, &c.,
Cornet Whitaker and Brouge.ton Sts.
Rope and Bagging
1 fid COILS Richardson’s **Oreen Leal” ROPE,
* Uv 62 b.ilei Gunny Bagging,
For sale by H. GOWDY,
octG-eod«J 19G Bay street, Anderson's wharf.
npHE undersigned having associated themselves to‘
A getber under the firm name of LaHOCHK, GADEN
A LNCKLES, for th« purpose of transacting a Gene*
ral Grocery, atd Commission Business, and haring
secured the large and commodious store, corner of
Bay and Barnard streets, are now prepared to receive
any and all consignments made to them. They also
have extra room* suitable for Dry Goods andF„ncy
Articles, which, ts accompanied by owners or agents,
are the beet in the city; from a long experience and
thorough acquaintance with the bndneea, they hope
t° th " 5 entire s * t ' Bfortlon to all making consignments
Liberal advances made on Cotton Lumber, Ac. con
signed to them foe sale in Savannah, or for shipment
to their Mends la Near York, Boston or Baltimore
LaROCHK, QADEN A cnckLba
Isaac D. Lakooue,
Bsxs. G. Oadsw,
David 8. Unokizs. lm DCtlO
BRYAN STREET, ’* under .Plsntsrw Hotel, and
northeast corner of HuU and Jefferson streets.
Lanie* Bair Drittr.
AH Sanded to, Ladiea waited
m,d 'o^ rk7
By Blun A Meyer.
THIS DAY, lrth just., at to o’clock, will be sold in
front of Store,
14 boxes GoH Leaf Chewing Tob uv •
]" !>oreF Orrta Chewing To»*arco.
• l»ox» - Pepper 8 *uce
75 Ihjxcs Auutuantine Candles octl*'
By Blun A Meyer.
Ou THURSDAY, 13th inst, at lOo’cloek. in front of
Eton*, we will Sell
-» basket* Piper Heid.dck
23 cases Mum'.s Verzenay
Arrived in damaged condition, and sold for benefit of
whom it may concern,
5 cases Brandy
l" cases Old Bourbon Whiskey
•5 cuaes Stomach Bitters
1: case* Ladifte' and Childrens' Shoes
15 boxes German Soap
luu Hair Pillows
-<> doz Hats and Caps
ICQ Blue Jackets
lOi Ruiti-jd Woolen C,ac.a
1 Jersey Spring Wagon
An assortment of Kitchen and Household Furni
ture octll 2
Billiard Cloths and Balls
By Bell, Wylly A Christian,
THIS DAY, at 11 O clock, in front of store,
2 sets Billiard Table Cloths
2 s*ets Balls octll
Rout. P. York, > j J. R.Mclntike.
M. E. Williams, | \ P. H Ward.
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE & CO,,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON AND LUMBER
Reference, in Savannah—Bripham. Baldwin A Cos,:
Erwin <t Hardee, Gaden A Uncklcs, Isaac D. La-
Roche, Esq ; Hiram Roberts, Esq.; Wylly Wood
bridge, Esq.; Hunter & Gammell; L. C. Norvcll &
Referencea in New Y'ork—Messrs. Samuel T. Knapp
Jb Bro.: D. H, Baldwin <fc Cos. scp26-eodlm
11T Bay Street.
FIRE. MARINE AND LIFE
Taken at as Low Rates as are accepted by any good
Van Horn, Holyoke & Murray,
General Commission and Forwarding
No. 9 Stoddard’s Block,
BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
Ciua. Van Hoen, Holyoke A Murray,
Savannah, Ga. New York.
Encaged exclusively in a Commission Business, with
amplo and Hrst class Storage Room, we mod reepert
fully tender our services for the purchase and sale of
all kinds of merchandise.
AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION
Fcr.-onal attention given to forwarding Merchandise
Rud Cotton. octU-lm
MACKY, BEATTIE & CO.
SHIPPING AND GENEHAL
203 and 305 Say Street,
OFFER FOR SALE the following Goods- on the
most reasonable terms.
250 bbls Whiskey, Mountain Dew
100 “ 4 Bucaeye Reserve i
‘6 “ “ Stag Bourbon All
20 “ “ 7 years old Stag Bourbon ' n A
20 “ 44 Pine Apple !
o 0 “ “ Bnrkam’s Bourbon i Uistilation
15 “ “ Old Fam’ly Bye |
15 “ ** Old Rectified J
Together with a large assortment of Port, Sherry
and Madeira Win. s, Hcidsick k Cos., and Reymond’s
Chaiupaignes Brandies, Gins. Rums, German «fc
Rldgev ay Bitters, &e.
In connection the above, we offer for sale
Choice Family Flour. Bacon Sides, Shoulders, Lard,
Liberal advances made on consignment to
MACKY & BEATTIE,
rcp29-tf PHILADELPHIA. PA
N. A. HARDEE & CO.,
Shipping, Commission and For
WIH make liberal Cash Advances on consignments to
onr friends, Norton, Slaughter A Cos. 40 Broad street,
New York. octfi Ira
r •—...» —fiHi.
Wm. H. Burroughs & Co
s *>u> commission merchants.
No. 97 Bay street, savannah. Ga. For the sale
of Cotton and other Produce, Lumber, Timber, Plan
rations and all kinds ol Real Estate We now offer
several Riv Plantations near the city, a number of
Cotton -ad Provision Plantations,Timhai lands. City
Propc ly, and a lew lot. in the Mineral or Northwest
ern pa t • the State. eep26-lm
196 2A.V STREET,
B. W. Tilton, Agt.,
T7IORMERLY Tilton, Worrall A Mscy, Southern
I 1 Carriage Warcrooms, No. 616 Broadwav, New
Manufactory—Mount Vernon, N. Y. oetC-lm
FREIGHT FOR MACON
By Wagons, Wanted.
sep29 HAM, BALDWIN A CO
Exjjorting and Importing
association is prepared to make advances in
A currency of Gold on consignments of Cotton,
Naval Stores, Lumber, Ac., to their agent in Liver
pool. A .
Orders solicited for goods from merchants and plan
ters. The strictest attention will be paid to all oiders
however small, for goods ffom England, France or
Germany. Our Savannah and Charleston Agents,
being salaried, make no charge for forwarding either
way and will furnish circular of details
R. P. FWm President,
Aouwiut—*. T. Paine, *R* E.
Screven, Charleston, S C.; Henry Bryan, Savannah,
Oa sines , sepia
Every Morning and Evening
No. 11l SAIT STREET
S. W. MASON & CO.
THE AIM OF THE PI'BLISHERS
IS TO ISSUE A
Live Daily Newspaper !
Which shall also be Reliable, regarding Accuracy as
being of aa great Importance a* enterprise
in procuring information. The
HtRAt n Staff embraces a
ur«e r ones of editors ayd reporters,
Including several writer* long and popularly known
as connected with the Southern Prees,
It also has
Rpeolal Correapondents at A.ll
Who are instructed to spare no expense in procuring,
authenticating and forwarding all
IT HAS THE BEST
Mail, Express, and Telegraphic
So that ail New# of Importance will be heralded at the
eariteat possible moment. Especial
attention is paid to the
LOCAL AND COMMERCIAL
Shipping Intellisrenee, Hotel Arrivals, and
the Court Record.
As out of its province at present, the Hxrai.d strives
to be a
Thoroughly Loyal Journal,
And to support the true interests of the re-united na
tion It will be constantly the effort of the
publishers to render their paper
ACCEPTABLE TO THE PEOPLE OP SAVANNAH
AND THE STATE OF GEORGIA,
And to discuss all vital questions with the dignity they
deserve, and without which its opinions
could have but little weight
OF THE PAPER
Makes room for a large quantity of Miscellaneous
Reading Matter, Poetry and Articles on Liter
ary, Scientifiic and Commercial sub
jects, so that In all respects it
is a desirable Journal
FAMILY AND THE COUNTING ROOM.
Experienced Mail and Delivery Clerks
Are employed, and either Edition of the HxßAi.n 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 6b
Are iMucd whenever intelligence lJ recolved of euffi
cient Importance to warrant it
ADVERTISING TERMS :
Two Dollars per square, (occupying a spare of ten
lines nonparellj 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
Bnarn is ’
UNRIVALLED AS AN ADVERTISING
Hating a large circulation In the city, and throughout
the State, In Florida, SoutbSCarollna, the
South Atlantic Squadron and
the North, circulating
more or less
IN EVERY STATE OF THE UMION.
Subscription* or Advertisements may be lent by
mall or express to
S. W. MASON & 0.,
No. 11l Bay Street, Savannah, Ga
undersigned are prepared to receive goods »t
a their Warehouses—free of expense and cov
send bv Insura ce—fo. shipment to Amtnsia and
Kbits beyond by their regular line of light draught
at*. Apply to CHAB. L. t OLBY,
septic—Ls cor. Bay and Abercorn st»,
POE NEW YORK
STAB JiE LISE.
The first daaa C P Mali Sluatnehlp,
NEVADA, .... rapt Gabp.kteb
UNITED STATES, • Cspt. Su..*z
AMERIi'A. ..... Capt. Ci.ikt.
CONSTITUTION, - - • Capt. grzcmxn.
The above ships compose the Line, and will (ail
from New York and Savannah every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN * CO, Agents,
WAKEMAN, GOOKIN A DICKINSON, Agents,
rjIHE A1 British ship WISCONSIN, Drews, master,
A and the A 1 Am bark THOs. FLETCHER. Pen
dleton, master, having a large portion of their cargoes
engsqt-d will haw immediate dispatch. For freight of
500 bales cotton, apply to
Qft9 fi JNO. R WILDER.
FOR NEW YORK.
HATTIE M. MATO
JlafivijZ will have qnick despatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply ;to
octll BRIGH IM, BALDWIN A CO.
Via Darien. Brunswick, St. Mnry’s, Fer
linmlinn, Jacksonville and Picolata.
rriHE new and fast steamer FOUNTAIN- Capt. G.
A W. O.htn’ir, will leave rs above ou SATURDAY,
the 14th Inst., at 8 o'clock a.m.
Fm Freight or Passage apply on board, at Padel
ford's Wharf near White's Central Cotton Press or to
M. A. COHEN, Agent.
Freight psvable on Wharf.
Shippers will fnrrteh weights and measurement of
THE first Class British bark THOMAB WHITNEY
J. ('. Kelly, master, being of small capacity, will have
quick dispatch. For freight, apply to
octlO BELL, WYLLY A CHRISTIAN.
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
ARE notified that they can store their goods any
day durine the week, to be forwarded by the
abave Boats, which are the lightest draught running
to Augusta, tree of extra charge.
sep'js KEIN A CO.
FOR NTFW YORK
The new and aplendid U. S. Mall
y/ZKHNjjf'? , Steamship I-KO, F. A. Merrill,
Commander, will Rail for the above
- port ou her regular day, THURSDAY’,
October 12th, at o’clock.
For freight or passage, having Rplendid accommo
dation? apply to HUNTER & GAMMELL.
For Aug usta
R. H. MAY,
Will have dispatch for the abova place. Goods receiv
e 1 *t all time and stored in fire prbol warehouse, loot
us Lioeoin street, free ol cost. 7
J. M. KINCHLEY, Agent.
Office in Claghorn A Cunningham s
The May arrived in Augusta from fiavanuah on last
Friday with her full freight. ts ocl'J
Atlantic Coast Mail Nteaia
FOR NEW YORK,
The new nnd elegant Side-Wheel
At. Steuinship RALEIGH. G. M. Walker,
•■a-oj; fiziW'y Commander, will positively sail on
her regular day, SATURDAY', 14th
inst., at 3 o’clock, p. m
For Freight or Passage, having very large and airy
state-room accommodations, fitted up with all there
cent improvements, apply to
JOHN R. WILDER.
Ship's Bills of Lading furnished and signed in the
THE light draught Side-Wheel Steamer SCORPIO.
Capt. Rogers, will ply regularly between Savan
nah every Saturday and Doctorwwn every Tuesday,
commencing her regularly tripe on the 21st inst.
Freight intended for this boat will be stored free of
For passage or freight (which will be taken at rs
duced rates; apply to
KEIN A CO-, Agents, Savannah,
or - - - Doctort»-?n.
N. B —The Bcorplo will leave for Doctortown on her
flrat trip on THURSDAY, 12th in,t., at Bo’clock, a. m
and return, leaving Doctortown Tuesday, 17th Inst.
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 Engagements or Passage, with elegant
Staterooms, ajiply to
KEIN A CO.
sep29-td 114 Bay street.
THE A1 American Ship NEW ENGLAND,
tvTSK Hodge, Master, having a large portion of
,jf£XJ?h er cargo engaged will be ready to receive
.X3-iJh»cargo at Lower Hydraulic Press on the l«tb
For freight or passage apply to
sepl4-tl BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A 00.
FREIGHT TO AUGUSTA.
ON and after this date the rate of Freight bv our
Line will be reduced
ISO Per Cent !
Oat Lite la imposed of the following Steamers, all
adapted to the trade, viz ■
Iron Steamer AMAZON, Capt. Johnson,
New bon Steamer WM. Q. GIBBONS, Capt. Philpot
Steamer LAURA, Capt Hiller.
The Steamer Gibbons is in every particular a first
Insurance can be effected by our Line at lowest
ear Freight received DAILY and forwarded
TWICE A WEEK.
aepmm ERWIN * HARDFC. I
T H S Ntesni r WM. O. C I-iJQTN'co
i V avl!l F “ heav >' r,1 *:»t-eme'* f Cotton at Darien,
.it ! r ‘F the mmi.h <» vct-ioer inakc the following
w ’ kly trips to D zctoi ow^i:
Tuesday Morning- Oct 10. at 6 o'clock
I ij'' J»y >iitrn'ng, Oct 17, at 6 o'clock
rittsaav Morn: g Oct H ste o'clock.
Ti ? ■‘Bing, oct i*.
! tnursQai Morning, c et. 19
, itarsuay Morn ug, Oct. tt.
the wtek Warehouse any day daring
P-,.geofl l^rnfo d n?WmX^^
FRWIN i HARDEE
Offices to Let,
TWO ROOMS TO LET, SUITABLE FOR
atri*4f' ** th " HERALD OFFICE.
BAY AND LINCOLN STS.,
O’FALLON & CO.,
Forwarding A Commission
R ,^r?SJ rULI 'L! l:Tit * *«*"«<>" *0 onr faculties
for tlie purchase or movement of Southern
rroducts. and win give prompt sttentlon to *ll ouci
nes« entrusted to our cure. Intending to estabUsh
•ei tfeinently a H JU-e in Savannah expert bv strict
the Trade rlnC es ‘ 8 merit >nd «>»i7e a portion of
Hiving a commodious Warehoane for Cotton, we
are nrepwvd to bnr. or receive on consignment to our
friends in riew Y,.rk or Europe, nnd will make ad
i, : I'BtAlng, re-ballug or mending all
Cotton berore shipping, thereby saving the enormous
expei'.o Incurred In Northern cilia, by this process.—
Y ) ct ? P ort ' >n of thebusineaaof tne people
of Georgia sad of adjoining States. '
OFEICE, STODDARD’S RANGE
CORNER OF BAY AND LINCOLN .STREETS,
CW~ Post Office Address, Lock Box 26. oct7-3m
LINVILLE & GLEASON.
MERRITT, WALCOTT A CO,,
64 CmtlaMt Slreel, New Yark.
MANUFACTURERS ' F ALL KINDS OF
BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERB
Britee, Car, SUp or Band Hut,
SUIT eoICH OR UG SCREWs,
Hot and Cold Pressed Nuts,
RU3NO AND SQUARE WASHERS,
TurnbuSkles, Bolt Ends, Taps
and Bice, Sea.
ALSO DEALERS IN
LOCOMOTIVES, CARS, RAILS, CHAIR?
SPIKES,TIRES, AXLES; CAR TRW
MINGS of every description, and
every article used in constructing
or operating Railroads
COAL OIL, TALLOW, WASTE FELTING, HEMP,
AND RUBBER PACKING; LAMPS, PAINTS,
VABNISH, Ac.; ENGINEERS' TOOLS,
of every description; CHIPPING
AND RIVETING HAMMERS,
WIRE, INSULATORS. BATTERIES, IN
STRUMENTS, ACIDS, SULPHATE
Alto Manufacturer* of the-
BES? OAK TANNED BELTING.
M DRna?PUNCHESAND SHEAR? 8 '
ST Hv E A :N TP r STATION^**
ARY AND PORTABLE
B « pts ts
—™ • - -
Family Dye Colors;
Patented October IS, m3,
for Silk SS&&
Dark Blue Magenta *
Light Blue Make
French Blue Maroon
Dark Brown Pink*
Light Brown Pnrnle
cJwL 8* men
Lark Drab Slate
Fawn Drab Violet
light Fawn Drab yellow.
For Dyeing 811 k, Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls,
Kibbons, Gloves, Bonnets,
Hate, Feathers, i bildren’a Clothing,
and all lend* of Wearing Apparel.
<sr a Saving of so per cent, .©
For 2S cents yon can color as many goods as would
otherwise cost five tin es that sum. various shades
can be produced from the same dye. The process Is
simple, and any one can use the Dye with perfect
success. Direcams in English, French and German,
inside of each package.
HOWE & STEVENS,
fSO ttroadwav, Boston
For sale by druggists and dealers generally.
, octUMjc: . /' . 1
Paper and Bag Warehouse
Warren & Platner,
Sols Agents to thrs city for the Bath PuptrMllle
The highest cash prices naitl lor Rag* old Ron.-
ocUo4f $lO Bay street, Savannah, Ga. t>