Departure of Sleajnships and Htranwn,
sreanter Fountain, Wednesday morning. October
l»th. at 10 o'clock.
•-acred concert.—We learn that a number oi our
jjj'.jt brilliant amateur musicians are preparing to
- ve a “ Grand Sacred Concert ” tliia week, the pro
ceeds of which are to be distributed among the Pas
tor, of the various churches of the city. A more
laudable undertaking could hardly have suggested
' tseifi an d it certaiDly merits the liberal patronage of
- L u« entire community. Savannah certainly is blessed
U 1 her present Pastors, for we know of no city that
can boast a more faithful and deservedly popular set
0 , c;srgymen. During the years of trial and afflic
tion through which we have just passed, none can
forget their untiring labor In visiting the sick, com
forting the afflicted and distributing alms. What
c ass of citizens have shown themselves more willing
to make sacrifices and bear their share of the bur
dens In the present scarcity of money ?
barely it behooves every one to sustain the mag
nanimous effort of our distinguished amateurs, and
enable them to present such a gift as shall gladden
tne hearts or the recipients and reflect credit upon
We are informed tliat the music 1 talent, for which
Savannah is so justlr famed, wUI be fully represented
on the occasion, Such an opportunity is seldom of
fered of enjoying so rare a musical treat, and, at the
■>ame tune, " gratifying kindly and charitable feel-
j ugs .o GKAPHEL'S.
The Theatre.—The performance of Masbeth at
the Theatre on Saturday evening, was undoubtedly
the most unfortunate essay which our worthy com
pany has yet made. Well appreciating the earnestness
o' the managers' endeavors to maintain an attrative
series of performances, the liberal expenditure made
upon the novelties which they have produced, and
the excessive strain which must have been brought
to bear upon the entire company by the constant re
currence of new pieces, we are little disposed to se
vere criticism. If anything is to be said, however,
cf the performance on Saturday night it must be
only, that It was a shade worse than indifferent. Mr.
Hamilton's Macbeth was fine acting, and like all his
personations, full of life and Are enough to animate
a whole scene, and arouse his fellow-players into a
little spirit and naturalness. But his herculean en
ergies could not prevail at all times against the in
ertia of his support on Saturday evening. Lady
Macbeth was voiceless, stammering and evidently
very much embarrassed in her elevated station.—
ffanquo was stolid and declamatory. Though Mr.
Wise,as Macduff.was evenly good throughout, as was
also Mr. Briggs. But the remaining characters,
leaving out the witches, were represented by persons
of all degrees o> stupidity.
The witch scenes were well arranged, and the or
chestra was increased to give effect to the witch
music. But the singing of Miss Cameron was pain
fill In the-extreme, anu we trust this charming ac
tress will never attempt a song again. Swans never
cing, and Miss Cameron can afford to do without the
accomplishment. Mr. Bohn did himself groat credit,
in the songs, singing with a full agd good voice and
with correetnes . The antjes of Mr. Raymond in the
witch business, had that gentleman’s own patent
stamp of comicality, and went for to save those
scenes from being genuine bedlams.
A sparkling afterpiece bringing, In Mr. Raymond
and Miss Gordon, Miss Cameron and Messrs. Briggs
and Loud, put everybody In good humor before go
ing home, and we hope decided them to go again
this evening to see the famous Irish Drama, The
DISTIN'GrISHEU Fi.of.ida Citizens.—The Hon. Jas.
ju. Baker, late a member of the Confederate States
Senate, and recently pardoned by President Johnson,
13 now In this city with his family, en route for Flori
da. He contemplates resuming the practice of the
The Hon. Wm A. Forward, one of the associate
Judges of the Supreme Court of the same State, is
lying quite ill at the Puiaaki House in this city. It
affords us pleasure to state.that he U slowly improv
Resumption of business.—lt will be seen by
their card in our advertising columns tUis / morning
that Messrs. H, C. Wade A Cos., Commission Mer
chants have resumed business in this city. The
firm is extensively and favorably known, not only
in Georgia, but throughout the range of Savan
nah trade, and their resumption of business with
that of other well known firms will be regarded as
evidence of the returning business prosperity o?Sa
Arrival of the D. S. Hospital Steamer Cosmo
politan.—This fine steamer arrived on Saturday
last at two o’clock p. m. from Hilton Head, aud de
parted in the afternoon with a number of sick men.
Dr. Dalrymple, Acting Medical Director, Department
of the South came a3 a passenger.
.Another Robbery.—The office of X. A. Hardee A
Cos., on Bay street, was entered by thieves night be
fore last, and robbed of several articles of value, In
cluding about one hundred pounds of coffee.
Blind Tom in- Nkw Yokk.— We perceive
by the New York papers that the Georgia
Musical prodigy Blind Tom, is giving con
certs in New York with great success. His
performances are pronounced by the New
York Musical critics to be wonderful, “As
tonishing aud delightinz all present, musi
cians and all.” The -?fibune says ,! he had
a large and fashionable audience on Tues
day evening, and as the curiosity to hear
him increases, that Hall will certainly be too
small to coutain his visitors.”
The Richmond Commercial Bulletin has
been given up to its owners and publication
resumed. Weddeburn, however, will not at
present be allowed to resume editorial charge.
The Examiner and Enquirer are also to be
Remaining in Adam’s Express Compa
ny’s Otr.cc, Oct, 3d, 1805,
Budge. Gilbert A Boyee, Ca pt Michael
Bn-svll, HA, 175th N Y Balter, Judge B
Berlin, Ralph Behn. R It
lialkam, Lieut II G
Davie, Amos care QJ Drake Davis, Mra J H
Davis C O Dasher. Israel
Dante, Wm Dustier, Mra W II
Draper. A G Dodd, Margaret
Davis, Mrs J D
Grant, Lieut Miller B
Haley, Sergt Peter Hiic, H
Hart, H L Heery, John
Harris & Miller Houston* Col E
Joy, H M, 17th A C Iverson, Edward
Jordan. F J Janney, TB
Jones, J L
Kiernan, Thos Kirkpatrick, J 0
King, G F Kavanaugh, J P
Mti’.er, Robt ITth A C Morriss. Mrs H
Mod.c, ra O Mosher, A, tSSth IT T
Muller, HU Moode, A
Niven, A. Cos E, 15th Me Nurwood, Mrs Thos
Palletier, Madam C Fowel, 8
Perry, Col J 8
Rilley, Michael Rutledge, Rev N H
Rolf, Dolt' Richardson, J
Smith, Andrew Stookce. Miss Mary
Snow, UC __
Thornton, Mrs Hannah Trine, N, Cos A, 18th Ind
Toule, J , Re«t
Vannaha, Ben] C
Western. Capt C B Wade.EC
Western, Capt C B Whitner Capt B P
Whelan. Thad, care Williams, J H
Wood Wood, Lieut Henry
ocu-tf E. P. TCNISON, Agent,
SEA ISLAND HOTEL (HILTON HEAD) OCT. 13.
R G Walmsley, H Head |W Muzzev. Manchester
O U -Moores Lt Cot 6th U’ N H
s Infantry |Lt J L Carter, lot, rST
O F Reed, C 8 A !F A Hixson, PM, U A
J W Clows, USA |W A Park, H Head
B W Powell, Fla P J Ridgen, Texas
S G Haynes, Baltimore 1 Mrs L E Henry and child
Maj E C Culp and wife, HI Texas
Head ID 0 H Coslon, H Head
W H Alden, St Helena l) A Mahonev, charleston
Capt W Townsend, 54th 1 W .1 West, ' do
N Y Vols • i.J W W Sparrow, H Head
C F Smith, H Head ;
PORT ROYAL HOUSE (HILTON HEAD) OCT. 13.
John Rich, N York |Mtes Sawyer, Beaufort
Capt Ha ward, 128 C S C TiM Bucalv, Savannah
Capt S S Springer, |E II Kesiin, do
D C Wilson, Beauort |N C Densfett, Savh
C W Buck, CSN ic H Vauoycfc, Charleston
N Knight. Beauiort Mr and Mrs C W Lewis,
E M Hitchcock, st Helena j Boston
D Mclntosh, Thomasvlile H W Tayior, Savh
C C Duncan, X York T Murray, U S S X H
C H Johnson, Army jc Wliner, do
S Pollock, do' D D Hanson, 34 DSCT
W D F Landon, do H J Tarr, CSX
C S Everleau, USX W J Phillips do
G W Allow, do L W Wallace, St Helena
Miniature Almanac—This Day.
Sun rises 6 4 Moon rises 320
Sun sets 5 28|High water E 11
PORT OF SAVANNAH
Steamship Varuna, Cooley, New York—John R
U S Hospital steamer Cosmopolitan, Crooker, Hil
Pioneer Steamship Chase, Roth, New York—Hun
ter A Gamtuell.
Steamship Raleigh, Walker, Xew York—John R
Schr Ovoca, Martin, Xew Y'ork—Chas. L. Coiby
Br Barkenttne Carthlen, Leslie, Liverpool, England
—Brigham, Baldwin A Cos.
Schr Wide World. Hildreth, Baltimore—Wm Starr.
Per steamship Raleigh, for New Y0rk—1,296 up
lands, 36 do Sea Island do, 5 do wool and sundry
Per steamship Chase, for New York—2l2 bales up
land cotton, 24 do Sea Island do, 12 do domestics, 36
Per bark Barkentire Carthlen, for Liverpool, Eng
land—l 74 pieces pitch pine timber, measuring 146,-
936 feet, valued at $3,327 34.
Per schr Wide World, for Baltimore—l3s bales up
land cotton, 7 do Sea island do.
Per schr Ovoca, for Xew York—62 bales upland
cotton, 52 do Sea Island do, 90 tons old iron, 22 emp
ty carboys and sundry peks mdze.
Per steamship Varuna, iromXeW York—Adams
Express Cos, J Appel, S Adler, Brigham, Baldwin A
Cos. It H Brent. T Bateson, N K Barnum, SS Bennett,
F W Cornwell, F W Cooney, M A Cohen, Claghorn A
Cunningham, DeWltt A- Morgan, E Eckman, Einstein
A Eckman, T M Fleetwood. D Falvey, S Goodall. C
L Gilbert. O J Hioman, X A Hardee A Cos. Hausman,
A A Cos, M Krauss, H Kinchley, Kinney A O’Brien.
Llllienthai A Kobn, John Lama, P Laughlin, Joseph
Lippraan, J W Lathrop A Cos, A A Lane, Laurant A
Cos, Mathew A West, M S Meyer, D Mallette, Miller,
Thomas A Cos, John McMahon A Cos, John R Norton,
M A C C Platen, John Richardson, Rogers A Cann,
Wm Stackman, A A Solomons, E D Smyth. W H Ful
ler A Cos, B G Tllden, .1 C Butler, T H Bolshaw A Cos,
Blun A Meyer, Robt Bulford, Bothwell A Whitehead,
Brady A Smith, Bell, Wyllv A Christian, Crane, John
son A Graybill, A Cordes, A champion. Langdon
Cheves, Dzialynski A Slager. Erwin A Hardee, Ehlen
A Cos, M Ferst A Cos, Mrs Foley, Guckenhetmer A
Seltg John Gilliland, J W Hopkins, Hunter A Gara
mell, Heidt A Ludlow, J E Hernandez, Keolln A Cos,
X B Knapp, Kein A Cos, W W Lincoln, Lovell A Latti
more, 9 M Ledderer, Jacob Lippman. Jas Levy, A
Leffler, Michael Lavin, F M Myreli, B Mallon, Mrs
Masset, Meinhard A Bro, M Xewmark, C Orff, Alex
Paul, H Rothschild, Scrauton A Son, W H Stark, B
Strauss, Schuster A H, Wm Totten. Tteon A Gordon,
J L Vlllalonga, Warren A Platner. Jno R Wilder, E
E Wade, and G Watts A Cos. W M Walsh, E A Well, S
W Wight, A Haldrou, E Zaciiarlas, R lu a diamond
' Per steamship Raleigh, for New York—J Dennis, 0
P Wakefield, Mrs C W Dennis, Hon Thos MNorwood,
M 0 Hall, Mrs John Nickolson and two children, Mrs
Laiea, Mr Lalea, Jacob Kohn, J G Baillie, Jas Hen
derson, E A Soullard, J 0 Frost and lady, W C cosens,
Dr W M Walsh, WII williams, J R Eddie. F R Welch,
Dr R c Knowles, lady and two children, H P Bick
ford J G Pittman, E £ Neiclituger, Martin A Mlnnery,
L Amerberger, H A Crane, W Fowler. Capt Robert
ErwlD, Miss Ida Clark, Mrs B H Hardee, W H W ilte
berger, Isaac Loeser. 0 H Warner, F H Riley, A
Daugherty, W G Martin, A W Stearnes, L B Hatch,
T Buffer, if King.
Per steamship Chase, for New York—l62d New
York Vote. 360 officers and men.
Capt. Cooley—Dear Sir: We, the undersigned,
passengers by the steamer Varuna, desire to express
to you, before leaving the ship, our sincere thanks
lor your polite and kind treatment of us during the
passage from New Y'ork, what comforts you could
command for us, and what attention your necessary
duties would allow you, have been most freely ren
dered, and we leave with the wish that it may be
our fortune hereafter to have you again in charge of
With our best wishes for your success in your pro
fession, we beg leave to subscribe ourselves your
sincere friends, and by special request, several ladle*
H B Holton, | B Adler, jr,
R H Brent, j X Wolff,
E A Cooley, ! A Hottees,
John A Horn, , E Fanis,
Geo W Watkins |L Baum,
H H Kayton. (John Mulien,
Joseph ilosenheim Henry A Henes,
W C Burgess Isaac M Frank,
Wm Rodt, ,GG Kennedy,
Augustus W Ingerson, \Vm Blanchard,
John Stephenson, (John M Kein.
LIST OF VESSELS IN THE FORT OF
Savannah, Oct. 16,1866.
Steamship Varuna, Cooley, from New York—Jno R
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 R Plater, Po9t, 290, from Norwich, Conn.—
discharging at Union Perry Wharf—Hunter A Gam
Mary Cobb, Duncan, 195,— loading, wharf at foot of
Whitaker street—Rogers & Cann.
May, Kelly, 330, from New York—discharging at
whar l loot oi Habersham street—Hunter A Gammed.
Julia A Crawford, Buckley, 181, from Jacksonville,
Fla, In ballast—lying at wharf toot of Bull Street-
Albert (Br) Rlordan, ins, from Nassau—discharging
at wharf toot of Barnard street—Bed, Wylly & Chris
John G Whipple. Simpson, 80, for New York—load
ing at Iron Steamboat Wharf west of Barnard street
—Rogers A Cann.
Schr Julia A Crawford, Bulkley, loading, at Iron
Steamboat Co’s wharf, for New York—L J Gullmar
ton A co.
JOBBERS and Dealers from all parts of the country
are invited to examine my
which Includes packages containing complete aeeort
meuts, pui up expressly for •* Country Trade,”
Goods re-packed to suit purchasers.
109 Broughton St., »and door from Bull St.
oetiO ts D. SMYTH.
ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, )
Units® Siiaiis Intsanal Bitsnpi, >•
Savannah, Oct 18, it 66. J
Having nearly completed the organization of the
datrlct, 1 hereby notify the public that I am Instruct
ed to make an Immediate assessment for the year
1864, (as the Tax is now past dney at Confederate
prices, upon Incomes of every description. The Tax
from S6OO to $6,000 Is 6 per cent. ; above that amount
ndeflnitely, 10 per cent upon all gross receipt*. Th.
payor nts sre to b. made in United stsUa currency at
what it was worth in Confederate money at that time
Any information the citisen. may deaire will be
cheerfully glT.n, and £ will of course be s* Indulgent
a- the law and the Interests of the Government will
allow me to be.
a H. HOPKINS.
ocIH Assessor First District.
B) Bril. Wylly k Christian.
THIS DAY, at 10 o’clock, in front of store, a General
A-sortmentof Groceries, Provisions, Dry uoods,
Batter, Boots and Shoes,
Sugar, Rodgers' Pen Ktuves,
Flour, Bro. Flax Thread,
Candles, Shoe Threail.
starch, Hooks and Byes.
Castile Soap. Hah Pins,
Ale in Bottles, M. Clothing,
Whiskey, M Bottles, Overshirts.
Glass and Wooden Ware,
Terms cash petit
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
THIS DAY, at 10 o’clock, at the warehouse of N. A.
Hardee, head ol the Hay,
46 BALES HAT,
Damaged on board of Schr. - - , on her voyage
from New York to this port., and sold i.,»r account of
Underwriters and all concerned, under inspection of
Board of Purvey.
Terras cash. * ocilO
BY BLU> Sc. MEYER 7
Wiii be sold on MONDAY, Oct- -3d inst., at 11 o'clock
a in., la front of our store, if not sold at pri,ato
Three two story frame Houses on Stewart street
Two one story frame Houses on Wilson street.
Two one story frame Houses on Roberts street.
The same can las treated for at private sale by ap
plication to Mr. G. Gemenden, at the Planters Hotel
BY BLIiY & DIEIEK,
THIS DAY, 16th inst., at 10 o'clock, in front of store,
will be sold,
20 dot Children’s Hoae
D dor Ladies’ Merino Vests
lu cases shoes and Boots
20 doz Hats and Caps
26 boxes Adamantine Candles
6000 Sega rs
6 case?* Pale Cognac Brandy
6 cases Old Bourbon Whiskey
1 Wagon and Harness
1 Jersey bpring Wagon
2 Cottage Chamber Setts
1 Oak intension Table
1 large Dining Table
1 Black Walnut Bureau and Glass
6 Black Walnut Chairs
And various other ar.iclea. octt«
RobtTp. York. V i JnCMolMißr..
M. E. Williams, f (. P. H. Wakd.
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE & CO,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON AND LUMBER
Reference* in Savannah—Brigham. Baldwin A Cos,;
Erwin A Hardee, Gaden A Unckles, 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. Knapp
A Bro.: D. H, Baldwin A Cos. Bep26-eodlm
IF Mr. William Trcnholm 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
oeff) ts n. K. S.
Hats, Hats, Hats
/"\F LATEST STYLES and best qualities. Just re-
V_/ ceived and for sale by
S. M. HOLDING,
, ootl4 No. 153 Congress street.
HATS, CAPS, kc.
GENTS’ RESORTE, Fqlt, Derby and Faust Hats,
Army and Navy Caps, Boys Hats, Caps andTur
bans. Just received and ior sale by
S. M. COLBING,
octll No. 153 Congress street.
For the Ladies.
ELEGANT BATS of the most fashionable styles
Just received and for sale by
S. M. COLDING,
octl4 No, 153 Congress straet.
The Oldest and best renowned.
I- . FUSIKE,
60 Liberty Street,
sepl2-3mo NEW YORK.
B. W. Tilton, Agt.,
FORMERLY Tilton, Worrall & Macy, Southern
Carriage Warerooms, No. 616 Broadway, New
Manufactory—Mount Vernon, N. Y. oct6-lm
THOS. W. BROOKS
FURNITURE AND CENERAL
934 Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
N. B.—All ORDERS sent by Mail proraptjv at
tended to. fy3l-tf
lately existing under the name of
Macky, Hogg & Cos.,
HAVING been dissolved by the death of Alexander
Hogg, the subscribers beg to announce that
they will continue the
Shipping and General Commission Business
AT No. 203 AND 205 BAY ST.,
under the name of
Macky, Beattie & Cos.
sept2l-lm ROBERT H. BEATTIE.
Aud in Store on Consignment,
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES
Also, a lot of Fine Liquors, consisting of
SANTA CRUZ RUM,
BORER'S BITTERS, Ac.
Which we offer on the most liberal term-
VAN HORN. HOLYOKE A MURRAY,
octll-tf No. 9 Stoddard’s Block.
Dunn & Brown,
HAVING opened an office at No. 36 Bay street, be
tween Habersham and Price streets, we are pre
pared to furnish crews at the shortest notice,
Xhave Just returned from New York, and have
brought out one of the best selected stocks of
Milinery Dress Goods
F.ver brought to this market. The Goods will be sold
I will receive weekly the latest styles of Millnerv
under Sctiven House, comer of Bull and Congress
Street Lane. ,
oct6-lmo MRS. RASE.
Grits and Meal.
G HAEM'S MILL RE-OPENED. Having purehaa
>d the entire intereat from Mr H. Gil ism In his
Urge and ■ xtsnalve Mills, on the corner of Haber.hatn
attest and Perry street lane w« are now prepared to
fnrnlth Grist and Mesl at favorable rates. Corn will
be ground on toll. All order, promptly filled.
octU.ua LCDINGTQN « HARRISON,
GHIKEHiES: I.IUI OKS, k 4..
WHERE AHE YOU GOING,
MR. H IKER ?
Going to R. Balfore’s. 157 BroiigiitouSt.
WHY, FOR FLOUR.
OAA BBLS CHOICE FLOUR
'OO bbl* Potatoes
in*’ bbis Onions
60 «jOu lbs liacoi.
20.bbis Brown Sugar
6 tierces English Crushed Sugar
Switzerland Cheese. ocil 1 -1 w
Gao R Carsir. Wm, A. Wright,
Augusta, Georgia Late of Richmond, Va.
(iEO. 11. CRUMP & ro„
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Liprs, Toliacco, Segars,
SALTED FISH, &c.
£O9 Broud St., Augusta, Ga,
j CF* Will purchase and sell on CommHsion Cotton,
j T< bacco, Pkodl.ce, and Merchandise of every d<*-
Refers to the Merchants and Bankers of Augusts,
Ga., Richmond. Vu . and Jno. C. Ferrill, Esq, De-
Witt A Morgan, Gaden £ Unckles. A. A. So’.omous
Cos., .1. T. Paten-on & Cos., K. Molina, Eaq., Savauuuh,
FINE OLD BRANDT, WINES, Sc.
Peach Valley Whiskey, Maple Valley Whiskey, Pike’s
Magnolia, Spencer’s Old Rye, aud Fine
FOR SALE BY
C. W. THOMPSON,
At the Oid Stand,
111 BAY STREET,
(Herald Buildings, j
A Ison’s Ale, Mars’ Ale, Apples, Potatoes, Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider and Cider Vinegar.
WM. I. DAVIDSON,
GROCERIES. WINES, LIQUORS,
ALE and Cider.
| Foreign i | domestic
IE ALES WINES i®Ligi!oßS4StQAßSj«^^^
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
G. E. OSGOOD,
STORE! ISS CONGRESS AND 85 ST.
JULIAN STS., SAVANNAH, GA.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries and Provisions,
Tin, Crockery, Glassware
N. B.—The highest Cash Prices paid for Beeswax.
Tallow. Wool, Hides, Ac. ts septic
35 0 0 T 0 NS—
Os best quality, 60x58 per lineal yard.
For sale by
FOWLK A CO.
Jul 9 6m No. 70 Broadway, N. Y.
"Wholesale and Retail
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS.
WM. H. SHERWOOD A CO., Savannah, Georgia,
southwest comer of Broughton and Jefferson
streets, under St. Andrew's Hall.
We are receiving by eveiy steamer fresh articles of
Groceries of every description. Liquors imported and
direct from manufactures are offered at prices to suit
the trade. eept2o-lm
KIRLIN,£RO. & BURKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
CORNER WHITAKER STREET AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED & DELIVERED.
THE undersigned (for eighteen years of the firm of
* Cromwell db Birdsall)ls now prepared to receive
orders for his well known brand of choice
New. Hulled Buckwheat Flour,
neatly packed in barrels, half barrels, quarter barrels
and bags of 49 and 24K pounds.
Have also on hand Fresh Ground. State and West
ern Flour. Extra, Superfine, and No. 2 Superfine, in
bbis. and half bbls., in lots to suit purchasers.
oCtl2-2w 123 and 125 Broad street. New York.
-1000 bushels Liverpool Salt
2000 sacks Gate, black and white
10 sacks best Rio Coffee
To arrive, 100 Bales Hey.
octlO N. A. HARDEE A CO.
IS CALLED to the very superior lot of Butter.
Cheese and Lard, received per steamer Raleigh,by
octl2-lw Williamson's Building.
H. G. RUWE & CO;
GROCERIES l LIQUORS,
WINES AND SEGARS,
Corner Bryan And St. Julian and
(FRONTING PULASKI HOUSE J
E W~ Agents for
ale and lager.
Constantly on band, an assortment of
ffSB , 3m
t>U<q.K>t!Ka. ■ilHI bli*, <Kr.
PIERCE SKEHAnT 3 *
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
In Fine Groceries Boob* an* Sboea, Ciothisui
Foreign and Domestic Wine3, Liquor* and Segara.
Alao, Skchan’* Celebrated
GOLDEN ALE AND fHAMPVGNK CHEEK,
in bottle and in wood.
London &Qd Dublin Brown Stont, Scotch and Eng
li“h Ales, Ac.
Literal deduction* made to the trade.
176 BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH.
and 62 Liberty f-treet. New York.
T. J. DUNBAR & CO.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WIRES, LIQUORS, SEGARS, SC.
147 Bay Street,
(NEXT DOOR ABOVE REPUBLICAN OFFICE )
We have the Largest Assortment of
Whiskeys, Wines, Brandies,
Gins, Bitters, Cordials, &c.,
In the S./uth, to which we invite the attention of the
Trade. Call and compare our goods and
octs t s
ASTEN & THROCKMORTON,
NO. 253 BOWERY, NEW YORK,
MANUFACTURERS and Dealers in Builders' and
Locksmiths’ Hardware. Nails Pullles, Cord. Rim
l ocks and Knobs, Butt Hinges, Brass and Iron Keys
and Castings Gong Bells, Wire, Silver-Plating, Ac.
All orders, large or small, furnished promptly at 10
per cent less than market prices.
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It is calculated to edify and please both
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shall have their names immediately entered, and the
Observer will be sent to them
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Subscribe soon, as the free papers will commence
when the names are entered.
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SIDNEY E, MORSE, Jr., & CO.,
*37 l?ark Row, New York.
FIELD, GARDEN, GRASS AND FLOW
No. 65 Liberty Street, New York City.
ORDERS for Seeds by mail will be promptly cxecu
ted and forwarded by Express. C. O. D.
N. B —The Trade supplied on the most liberal
terms. Priced Catalogues will be sent upon applica
tion by mail. octg-eodlO
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing between
JACKSON A WARROCK was, on tlie 30th Sep
tember dissolved by mutual consent. The business
will hereafter be conducted by the undersigned, who
will be happy to receive a continuance of the pa
tronage bestowed on the late firm of Jackson A
Warroch. L. WARROCK.
Paper and Rag Warehouse
Warren & Platner,
T\rnOLESALE dealers In all kinds of coarse and
» > fine Paper, Envelops, Twines and Papef Boxes.
Sole Agents in this city for the Bath Paper Milla.
The highest cash prices paid for Rags. Old Rope
aud Bagging and Waste Paper, in large or small
octlu-tf 210 Bay street. Savannah, Oa.
rpHE undersigned having associated themselves to"
A gether under the firm name of LaROCHE, GADEN
A UNCKLKts for thu purpose of transacting* a Gene
ral Grocery, aLd Commieidon Business, and having
seemed the large and commodious store, corner of
Bay and Barnard street'*, are now prepared to receive
any and all consignments made to them. They also
have extra rooms, suitable Tor Dry Goods and F«ncy
A rticlcs, which, if accompanied by owners or agents,
are the best iu the city ; from a long experience and
thorough acquaintance with the business, they hope
to give entire satisfaction to all making consignments
Liberal advances made on Cotton Lumber, Jbc. con
signed to them for sale in Savannah, or for shipment
to their friends in New York, Boston or Baltimore.
LaROCHE, GADEN A UNCKLES.
Isaac D. Lakoche,
BeNj. G. Gaden,
David S. UwcuLge. lm octlO
TO TRAVELLERS. ’
m rmzmrx j mr we
-tI—LW IMF. ■ T' w
New and Cheap Publications.
Artemas Ward; his Travels, $1.50,
The Lost Will’sso cents
Gus Howard, 75 cents.
Verner'a Pride, $1.50.
The Curse of Chiton, $1.50.
Sword and Gown, 30 cents.
Great Expectations, 75 cents.
The Channines. sl.
The Castle's Heir, $1.50
Guy Livingstone, $1.60.
Major Jones' Courtship, sl.
Major Jones’ Chronicles of Pinoville, sl.
Polly Peablossom's Wedding, sl.
And other Novels, at
ESTILL'S NEWSPAPER and PERIODICAL STORE,
octT- Bull street, back oi Poet Office.
FROM and after Saturday, the 14th Inet., the fob
lowing rates of Freights will be charged by onr
respective steamship Lines from this port to New
On Cotton, square bale, 1 cent per pound.
On Wool and R and Bale ljf cents per pound.
On Domestics, si.so per bale.
On Measurement Goods, 15 cents per foot.
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN * CO., 1
HUNTER A GAMMELL, J Agents'
JNO. R. WILDER, )
Exporting and Importing
T: r, S 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 ffom Ebgiand, France or
Germany. Our Savannah and Charleston Agents,
being salaried, make no charge for forwarding either
wav aud will furnish circular of details.
H. F FLOYD. Preskfent,
AoaHTBt—E. T. Paine, Liverpool England; R. B.
Screven, Charleston, 3. C.; Henry Bryan, Savaunah,
Ga. _ 3mos , seplS
DB, If. M. SNEED, DENTIST,
HAS removed his Office and Residence to northwest
corner of Bull and Kronghton streets (forme,
residence of the late Mrs. Beallej, and v,ih be pleased
to see hla friends and patrons there.
Can be found at home at all time* day and night
octlfi 3 . '.*
rflflE noderelgiwd are prepared to receive good* at
A their VI arehousew— free of expeiwe and cov
ered by Insure ce—for shipment to Anemia and
points beyond by their regular line of light draught
boats. Apply to CHAS. L COLBY,
sept29—tf cor. Bay and Abercoru sts.
Capt. J. S. Art DREWS,
This Light Draft Steamer having been thoroughly
overhauled, will leave for Augusta,
On Monday Evening, Oct. 16th,
For freight engagements apply to
O. FALLON A CO„
octlil 1 corner Bavand Lincoln atr-eia.
THE new and elegantflrat class U. S. Mai! Steam
ship AMERICA, Captain Lixst, will
positively sail for the above port on
Wednesday, Oct. IBth, at o’clock.
For freignt or passage, haring splendid accommo
dations, apply to
BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
octlC Stoddard's Building, opp. PostOfflco.
FOR NEW YORK.
f. The V. a Mall Steamship HUNTER,
L. Rogers, commander, will leave
~*Y'wi | r . *~~ the above port on her regular day
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, at o’clock.
For freight or passage, having anperlor accommoda
tiona, apply to
HUNTER A GAMMELL,
oCtl6 81 Bay street.
For New York.
rfiy THE fast sailing Schooner HATTIE M.
jAkg? 1 ' MAYO, will have quick dtepatch for the
above port. For freight or passage apply
ortlfi BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO_
FOR NEW YORK
The first class U. S. Mall Steamahipa
NEVADA, .... Capt. Caarmvm.
UNITED STATES, - - . . Capt SnAKX
AMERICA, - - - - Capt. Clift.
CONSTITUTION, - - . Capt. unaxuan.
The above ships compose the Line, and will sail
from New York and Savannah every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO, AgenK
WAKEMAN, GOO KIN A DICKINSON, Agents,
Atlantic Coast 31ail Mteatn
FOR NEW YORK,
•ftCJ?,™ The new end elegant Side-Wheel
r x 3teamship VARUNA, Captain
ry. Cooley, will positively sail on
—her regular day, WEDNE -DAY, 18th
hist., at ~y, o’clock, a. in.
Fbr Freight or Passage, having very large and airy
state-room accommodations, fitted np with all the re
cent Improvements, apply to
JOHN R. WILDER.
(■hip’s Bills of Lading furntehed and signed in the
FOR NEW YORK.
«ATTI£ M. MAYO
JHHSr will have quick despatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply .to
octll BRIGH VM, BALDWIN & CO..
R. H. MAY,
Will have dispatch for the above place, (roods receiv
ed at all time and stored in fire proof warehouse, foot
of Liucolu street, free of cost.
J. M. KINCHLEY, Agent
Office In Claghorn A Cunningham’s
The May arrived In Augusta from Savannah on last
Friday with her full Areight. ts oct9
FREIGHT FOR AUGUSTA.
The New and Elegant Very Fast Steamer
Will commence receiving freight THIS MOHNINQ, at
Exchange Wharf, and be the first Boat for Augusta
after the Helen.
For Freight Engagement* or Passage, with elegant
Staterooms, apply to
KEIN A CO.
*ep29-td 114 Bay street.
r£Ts- THE A1 American Ship NEW ENGLAND,
j Hodge, Master, having a large portion of
rJfjjSsyber cargo engaged will oe ready to receive
at Lower Hydraulic Press on the 18th
For freight or passage apply to
sepH-tf BRIGHAM. BALDWIN 4 CO.
FREIGHT TO AUGDSTA.
ON and after this date the rate of Freight by our
Line will be reduced K
50 Per Cent !
Onr Line is composed of the following Steamers, all
adapted to the trade, vis:
Iron Steamer AMAZON, Capt. Johnson.
New Iron Steamer WM. G. GIBBONB,Cspt. PhilpoL
Steamer LAURA, Capt. Hiller.
The Steamer Gibbon* is in every particular a drat
class Passenger Boat.
can be effected by onr Line at lowest
£Sf“ Freight received DAILY and forwarded
TWICE A WEEK.
sep2B-lm KRAVIN 4k lIARDFE.
Boots, Shoes, &c
GENTS’ BOOTS, Gaiters and Balmorals ; Ladles'
aud Misses'Gaiters and Balmorals; Children's
Balmorals snd Bootees. Just received and for sale
by S. M. QOJjjINO,
octtl No. 153 Congress street.
rpWO months after date application will be made ,
A to the Court of Ordinary of Chatham county for
leave to aell all the real mute of James Bilbo, de
ceased, for th* purpose of distribution.
„ JOHN O. FERBttt,
oct6*lmwtm 4tMninlßtr*toT. I
Captain Oeo. 8. Marshall,
Will have quick despatch as above. For Freight en
gagemeata apply to
J B. PRES DEE,
109 Broughton street, or to
F. M. MYRELI. Agent;
o(,tlc if Harris' Building, Bay street.
Cap tarn Pew Feck,
WUI laave as above, from Exchange Dock,
°“ Tu *ad»y Morning, 17th, at 6 o’clock.
* ud h“fl
ror freight or p age apply oa board. Or to
cct’6 2 F. M. MYRELL, Ageot,
Larre. Buudiugs, Bay street.
Via Darien, Kranewiek, ■«. Mary’*, Fer
iiaudina, Jacksonville and Picolata-
THEnewand fast steamer FOUNTAIN. Cant G
'» .Castneb, u Ul leave ra above on Wt’DNFsna v
the ISth Hurt., at 10 o’clock a.m wtDNtSDAT,
, 3* Freight or Pasaage apply on board, at Padei
ford'e Wharf near White's Central Cotton rtereorto
M. A. COHEN, Agent
Freight payable on Wharf.
Shipper* will furnish weight* anti measurement of
s good* octir. .
rftHß A1 British ship WISCONSIN, Drewe, master
* and the A 1 Am bark THOs. FLETCHER, Pen
dleton, master, having a large portion of their cargoes
engaged will have immediate dtepatch. For freight o€
500 bales cotton, apply to
£ JNO. R WILDER
, THE first Clare British bark TH JMAS WHITNEY
J. c Kelly, master, being of email capacity, will bars
quick dispatch. For freight, applVto
06110 BULL, WYLLY A CHRISTIAN.
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
A RE notified that they can etore their good* any
kw day during the week, to be forwarded by the
abave Boats, which are the lightest draught running
to Augusta, free of extra charge. *
KEIN A CO.
THE Steamer WM. O. GIBBONS
J ha '! ln K • Beaty engagement of Cotton at Darien,
will during the month or October make the following
weekly trips to Doctortown:
Tueeday Morning, Oct. 10, at 6 o'clock
Tueaday Morning, Oct IT, at 6 o’eioek
Tuesday Morning. Oct. 24, at 6 o’clock.
Thursday Morning, Oct. 12.
Thursday Morning. Oct. 19.
Thursday Morning,Oct. 20.
Freight receitod at our Warehouse any day during
the week nnd f rwarded promptly aa aboveTwiih the
privilege of lighteiing on tlio Altamaha river if necee-
ERWIN A HARDEE
LINVILLE & GLEASON.
AGBNTS 3T> OXI
MERRITT, WALCOTT «t CO.,
64 Conrtlatit Street, Hew Tort.
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHEBS
Bridge, Car, Sinn or Band Hoot
SETT SCREWS, CO4CH OR Lift SCREWS.
Hot and Cold Pressed Nuts.
ROUND AND SQUAJU WAtHINS, > .
Turnbucltl«?s, Bolt Ends, Tape
and Uies. Ate.
ALSO DKALEU3 IN *
LOCOMOTIVES, CARS, RAILS, CHAIRS,
SPIKES,TIRES, AXLES; CAR TRIM
MINGS of every description, and
every article used in constructing
or operating Railroads.
COAL OIL, TALLOW, WASTE FELTING, HEMP.
AND RUBBER PACKING; LAMPS, PAINTS,
VARNISH, Ao.; ENGINEERS' TOOLS,
of every description; CHIPPING
AND RIVETING HAMMERS,
SCREW PUNCHES, FILES,
*i CHISELS, Ac,
WIRE, INSULATORS, BATTERIES, IN
STRUMENTS, ACIDS, SULPHATE
Also Manufacturers of the
BEST OAK TANNED BELTING.
M DRmLS EI ruN-cnEB ! SiD BHrS 3 ’
Family Dye Colors.
Patented October 13, 13*3.
Light Blue vJK? 1 *
Light Brown Purple
Ught Drab Solferlco
Fawn Drab violet
Ught Fawn D,.b Xu&r. •
For Dyeln£S T Uk. Woolen and Mixed Good*. Shawls,
bcarm, Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets,
Hats, Feathers, < hfldren'e Clothing,
and all kinds of Wearing Apparel.
«* A SAVING OF 80 PER CENT. J*
For 25 cents yon can color t* many goods as would
otherwise cost five tiroes that sum. Various shades
can be produced from the same dye. The prooeu is
simple, and any one can use the Qy* with perfect
success. Directions in English, French and German.
Inside of each package,
HOWE A STEVENS,
_ , . , . 960 Broadway, Boston
For sale by tuuggisui aud dealers generally
hv'in* r rrtS l ' *° r b *’ bbl or contract made
by any of the officers or crew of laid steamersViriJn?
made by written permission of “reamer* unless
EBWIN * HARDE*,
Rosnai*!, Agwt OWBm -