Departure- of Steamship, und Steamers.
FOB XCV YOhk. »
Steamship America, Weduewlay, October 19th, at
Steauublp Hnnter, Tiiursdnv, October lath, at—
Steamship Varuna, Thursday, October ISth, at 7
o'clock a. lu,
Steamer Volunteer, Thia Afternoon, at & o'clock
Steamer O. F. Potter, This Afternoon, at 8 o.clock,
Steamer Annie, This Morning, at 9 o’clock, a. m.
Steamer Fountain, Wednesday morning, October
18th, at 10 o’clock.
Savannah Journal of JI bdicine.—We are pleased I
to learn from their prospectus that the Medical So- i
ctety of Georgia, located ill tliis city, (chartered sixty '
odd years ago,) has determined to recommence the 1
publication of this Journal, under the auspices of its j
meuibers. It is proposed, as far as possible, to ele- I
vate the standard of Medicine, and to advance Medi- '
cal Science awl Literature. Recognizing the need
lor tlie dissemination of recent information, among
the medical men of the South, shut out for the last
four years from communication with the medical
world, and deeply impressed with the necessity of
having an organ, which shall collect and publish the
valuable iufosuiatiou garnered up by medical men
in and out of the army, that might otherwise be 109 t
to science, the Society have appointed Juriali Har
ris, M. D.,Ja3. 13. Head, M. D., and J. 0. Thomas, 11.
E., an editorial corps to conduct the Journal.
The editors earnestly solicit the pecuniary and
literary aid of members of the profession.
It is proposed to issue the Jounuil on good paper,
in good type, with 72 pages of reading matter.
It will be a bi-monthly, at £4 per annum, payable
The tiret number will appear on the lgt day of
National Express Company.—By the Advertise,
ment in another column It will be 9een that Henry
Brigham Esqr., has been appointed by the Execu
tive Committee, one of the Commissioners for the
State of Georgia, and authorized to open books in
tills city for subscriptions to the stock of the National
Express Company. For the information of those who
may desire to subscribe to the stock, we make tlie
following extracts from a circular setting forth the
plan and objects of tlie corporation, which it will he
seen combines national benevolence with practical
The National Express Company is to be organ
ized under charter from the Legislature of Virginia,
with a capital of live millions of dollars, in shares of
one hundred dollars each. Tills capital of the Com
pany is to guarantee against loss, and to give coutl
denec and security to Hie trade and commerce of tlie
country, it is not pi oposed *o call in a greater por
tion of this stock than live per cent. Tins per ren
tage being required lor the purpuse of organization,
und for the conmicucmnent of business. The balance
of tlie capital is to remain in ilie hands of the stock
holders, subject to such other requisitions as may be
necessary to megt any loss which the receipts of tlie
company may not be able to liquidate, it is belief ed
that live per cent, will be ample to put. tlie'Company
lusuceesslul operation ail over the United states.
There is one feature of the National Express Com
pany to which we beg leave to call your especial at.
tentiom The late war has left as charms upon tlie
charity of the country, thousands ol m«ffl who have
periled life, und lost fortune and limbs, in the great
struggle which lias just closed. It is the sacred duty
of tlie couutry to provide lor these inen. To furnish
them flic means of livelihood is to give them all that
many of them ii in The National Express Runpany
is required to select from tlie officers and soldiers of
the two armies, competent persons to till all places
in its employment. From the officers and soldiers
cf the L tilted Suites army all employees of the Com
pany in tlie Northern states, and from tlie officers
amt soldiers of thq lute Confederate armv all the em
ployees in the Southern states will be selected.
When the mpu lately arrayed in armed organization
against each other shall thus i»e brought iu personal
intercourse, and receive their support and comfort
from tlie same organization, a great advance will
have been made to reunite, in feeling as well as in
" Terest, the two great sections so lately a! war, and to
cement Lie Union in indissoluble bonds. When to
'.arge capital, which gives security against loss, Is
.uided that sympathy and kindness which must at
tach to a company thus providing for tins miemplov
od soldiers of the country, it is conlldentiv believed
that tlie National Kxpftss Company will be sustain
ed by the trade and commerce of the whole country.
National in its organization, ami national iu Us ob
jects, ibis Company will know no politics iu its sym
pathy, but seek to select its employees iu the respec
tive sections of the country from competent officers
and soldiers, who have discharged their duty to tile
Mugs under which they fought."
We learn that in Che city of Richmond, two hun
dred aud forty-five thousand dollars have already
been subscribed to tlie capital stock by citizens in
all chusses of society and occupations. More would
Lave been taken, but tlie desigu of the originators of
the company being to make it entirely .national, it
was ordered that opportunity be Offered to every
Stare to subscribe to the stock, the ainouat of the
capital being apportioned among the States in tlie ra
tion of their representatives in Congress. This
amount is now offered to the jicople of Georgia, for
which books will lie opened by the Commissioners
appointed fur that purpose. The State Commission
ers for Georgia, are Henry Brigham, Esqr., Savan
nah,*W. H. Young Esqr., Columbus, and Geo. K.
Crump Esqr., Augusta. *
Any further information will be furnished on ap.
plkAiiou to Mr. Brigham.
The Com.fkn Baw».—The theatrfe was filled from
floor to eeiliug lust evening by an audience compos
ed of oar best people, to witness tire first I'epre.seu
tion of The Colleen Cuwn. Tlie play Is of the sort
styled “sensational” depending cliiefly for Its suc
cess upon an exciting plot, scenic ctTects and start
ling incidents.; tfiere are also however, many line
opportunities for good acting, some of which were
improved last evening, and some not.
The scenery was truly flue, and the manner In
which this piece Is set upon the stage, gives Anew
- assurance, were any needed, that tire management
* are determined to avoid the appearance ol anything
like niggardliness. The audience was in a high state
of expectation at the rising of the curtain and tiro
merit of the first beautiful scene—Lake Klllarney by
moonliglit—was recognized in general applause.
The several actors, also, as they made their appear
auces, were warmly greeted. Mr. Wise, as Danny
Mann, delineated the character of the faithful, impul
sive and at last desperate retainer of the Irish squire,
with great success and effectiveness, Mr. Raymond
was at home in the character of that “broth of a
boy,” Miles na Coppaieen ; his songs, “Pat Malloy ”
aud “ Wearing the Green,” were received with en-
Clmaiam. The “ Father Tom,” of Mr. DH. Brown,
was a good personation of the Kiud-heartcd old
priest. Mr. Loud as “ Hardrejs ” was well up in his
part, aud Messrs. Iluggs, ns “ Daly,” and Bohn as
■“ Corrigan,” answered very' well. Miss Gordon as
*• Eiiy O’Connor,” the pure-hearted peasant beauty,
was the heroine of the play, and looked aud acted
the character to perfection, commanding through
out the sympathies of her audience.
Miss Cameron as “Anne Chute,” the gay and fes
tive young lady, was as pleasing as ever. Mrs. Bos-
r.weli in “Shcclali “the old mother of Dimny, made a
► great hit, and elicited peals of merriment.
The performance was, on the whole, a gratifying,
success, though some disagreeable “hitches” occur
red such as are perhaps unavoidable on the first pre
sentation of a drama like “The Colleen (pawn,” The
startling “situations” were cifecttvely brought pm,
amt-the tableaux were exceedingly, heauuiul ami
impressive. The play at produced licit night is very
well worth seeing, it repeated tlds evening.
Faoil Augusta— Mortality on Boxr.n toe Rites
StEamejls—The steamer It. If. Mary. Capt. tones.
Horn Augusta, consigned to Mr. Jos. M. Kinchley,
arrived last evening a few minutes after nine
o’clock. We are indebted to Capt. Jones Xuy the fol
lowing Marine report.
Left at Akguata on the day of departure, Wednes.
day, the steamers Oak, Gen. Deny and U. M. CooL
all waiting ansa in the river. Passed, tied up, at
Hersciuuau’s Lake, steamers Amazon, Falcon (j.
M. Petit and L. Euos. Passed at Green Log,miniature
steamere Rebel and Great Eastern, having a heavily
iadened boat in tow.
Passed at Possum Eddy, Steamer Union disabled—
shaft broken. Passed at Sister’s Roach, Steamer
Helen, and at Talmico Lauding Steamer Galdweli.
■Capt. Jones further reports that on Sunday evening
lie buried at Catflnger Cnt a deck hand who died on
board from fever. The deceased reported that he
eauie from Edgflehl DlstTUt, South Carolina, and
gave his name es Wade. The steamer O. M. Petit
lead iost two men by fever ; the Amazon had also
lost several men. Much sickness exists on hoard of
all the steamers lying at various points on the river
between Savannah and Augusta. The boats are
poorly supplied with suitable nourishment, aud medi
cines. and in their position It is Impossible to obtain
physicians. . ‘
The R. H. May passed only four fiats on the river,
one of which was fast on a log. They were all heavi
ly loaded, bound to Savannah.
BEFOBE LICIT. COL. If. T. HOLBROOK, PROVOST MAR
SHAL, DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH.
SAVANNAH, Oct. ltf, 1865.
United States by Cape. Barwtck v*. Lewis My
ers, Cos. H. frith Kegt. N. Y. Join. Ordered that
me prisoner he sent to Ills Regiment under guard.
United Slates by Win, Morrel vs. Cnff Manego.
Larceny. The defendant was sent to Jail for two
United States vs. Brisler (colored) aud P. MrClus
kcy. Fighting and distuiblug the public peace. Or
dered that the prisoners each be fined In the sum of
ten dollurs and costs of suit, ami in default of pay
ment they be confined in jail for the term of ten
days, to be thereafter discharged.
United Slates vs. Abraham Jackson and Jefferson
Golding, (colored).—Carrying concealed weapons;
The defendants were discharged from mated)' with
The duel of Police ys. A Molaney. Disobedience
of orders. Fined S3.
The Chief of Police vs. J. Chisolm— Disotud fence of
orders. Fined $5.
.John L. Hardee vs. Charles L. Ripley (colored). Re
cover) of debt. It appearing to the Court pthnt on
September 25th, 1885, the above named plaintiff ob
tained a judgment against the defendant, Charles L.
Ripley, for the sum of $84,35, to be paid on or before
tlie 2nd of October 1865, and that the defendant has
failed to pay the full snm due upon %i«l Judgment,
but still owes 934,35. It was ordered that the de
fendant be imprisoned in the common Jail of the
County until he pay said sum and tlie posts of suit,
as well as another coats that have or may occrae lu
consequence of this order.
United states vs. Michael Dempsey—malicious
mischief. The defendant having been duly sum
moned to appear before the Court to answer for the
above otfcncc, aud had disregarded thej summon, it
was ordered that he be arrested aud required to
show why lie should not be fined for contempt of
Court. Counsel for the United States, Hon. P. M.
Russel, JL Benedict for defendant.
Mrs. M. M. Dennison vs. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Mor
rel!—misdemeanor. Ordered that upon t he applica
tion of plaintiff, that not proe be entered up against
the defendants upon payment of all costs by the
plaintiff. Counsel for plaint iff J. R. Saussy Esq.
John Gilliiaud A Cos., vs. Bannister Scott (colored.)—
Recovery of debt. It appearing that Bannister Scott,
the defendant, bad been summoned to appear before
Court to answer for the action of debt brought by the
plaintiff, and defendant having Called to obey the
order of the Court, it was ordered that the defendant
pay the sum of $4" 10, the amount of aald indebted
ness to John Gilliland A Cos., and ail costs of Court
forthwith, or else lie imprisoned in the Common jail
of Chatham county until tlie amount of judgment and
costs are paid. Counsel for plaintiff, J. 0. Farrill.
The United States by Wm. Swall, detective, vs.
Alexander Hardee (colored.)—Assault and battery
and riotous and disorderly conduct, tending towards
the disturbance of the peace. In the above case It
was ordered, that upon the application of the prose’
entbr that the same lie settled upon payment of all
costs. Counsel for U. S. Hon. P. M. Russell, tor de
fendant M. J. Ford Esqr.
The United States by Sergeant V. M. Cockman, vs.
Patrick EgaiP and Mrs. Ann Egan.—Having stolen
! goods in their profession. Upon the examination of
the witnesses, in this case it was apparent thaf tlie
defendants were guiltv of the offence with which they
were charged. It was ordered that they enter into
godd and sufficient security in the sum of SI,OOO for
their appearance before a Mlllitary Commission to
answer on tlie charge, at such time and place as mav
lie appointed by tlie Brevet Maj. Gen. Commanding,
and in dciaUlt thereof that they be confined in Cbat
! ham county jail for safe keeping.
Ordinary Os Chatham County.—The attention or
Executors, Administrators and Guardians is
directed to the advertisement of Hon. D,
A. O'Byrne, Ordinary of Chatham coun
ty In, another column, failing for their anne
al returns. The suspension and Irregularities
incident to the war have no doubt greatly increased
and complicated the business of his office, and it is
of the first importance to all concerned, that upon
resuming his functions arf’ Ordinary, he should be
furnished with prompt information of the present
status and condition of all estates in legal relation
with his Court.
Body of a Dead Neoro Found.—On Sunday after
noon tlie body of a negro was Pound lying dead in
retort orchiiuney of tlie Glas Works, on the Louisville
road, near Guy’s Lock. The main buildings of the
Glass Works are destroyed, and all that is left is tlie
retort or chimney at its Lise. It has several open
ings to run into tiie fires and pots The negro is
supposed to have been sick and crawled into one of
these holes, to have died tor tyant of attention in tills
Arrival of the Steamer Helen Getty This
fiimateamcr arrived yesterday from Palatka, Florida,
the largest cargo and passenger list or
any steamer thus far on the Florida route. We are
indebted to Mr. Dallas M. Bennett, her very obliging
Purser, and tof apt Ingraham, for late paper*
Fir Augusta.—The Steamer Volunteer, having
been detained, will take freight for Augusta as ad
vertised, and leave this afternoon.
Personal.—We notice among the
da.v from New York, the name of Caeser del Banco,
Esqr., Consul of Portugal for the port or Savannah
aud State of Georgia.
Fob Darien.— I The Steamer Annie, having been
withdrawn from the Cluirleston line, will leave for
Darien this morning at« o’clock.
The friends end acquaintances of John and Bridget
Deacy are invited to attend the funeral ol their young
est Sister, MARGARET DEACY, from the residents
of Henry Rotchford, Indian street, This Afternoon, at
3 o’clock. '
PULASKI HOUSE, OCTOBER 18, 1806.
Wm Hone, Nassau W J Green, Quincy, Fla
baser del Banco, N Fork C B DeCaussey, Mpntlcel-
M Krauss, do to, Fla
T W Williams, do T Hartridge, Jacksonville
ChasJ Allen, do MT Hartridge, do
W K Elusion, do A J Williams, Madison,Ga
Aiuonei Morlet, do S S Williams, do
i T Patterson and lady, John Conner, Florida
Savannah A H Perry', do
Mrs Alberti, New Jersey- |A M Hawthorn. do
Miss Alberti, do iWm .I Marshall, So Ca
Capt S Hoffman, do iii B Mott, do
Cll Nichols, Boston Miss Lawton, do
K C Nichols, do ;A B Ward, city
L Bashinsfci, Macon USD Tynan, 169NYVols
A Hammond, H Head |Ed Tynan, city
N Leopold, Florida lUapt Jno E Liudt, Rteamer
Mis Flulaysou, do j America
WJ Hines, do F.obt H Owen,'str America
W E Alexander, BrooksjM s Finney, Brunswick
CO Ga jv G Hitt, Angnsta
J H McCall, Brooks co Ga|
Miniature Almanac—This Day.
Snn ri9es 0 7.M00n rises 412
Sun sets ft 23] High water t> 20
PGRTI OF SAVANNAH.
k Saturday, Pci. 11, I*Bs.
I Steamer Resolute, Cannon, Hilton Head.
Steamer Savannah, Martin's Landing.
Steamer Emille, Bender, Hilton Head.
Steamer Hantasket, Davis, Hilton Head.
SUNDAY, Oct. 15, 1865.
StcamJhtp America, Lindt, New York—Brigham,
Baldwin k CO.
Steamship Annie, Clark, Charleston—F M Myrell.
Steamer Gen Sheridan, Palmer, Hilton Head.
Steamer Nantucket, Spregg, Hilton Head
Steamer Eoiilie, Bender, Hilton Head.
Steamer Helen Getty, Ingrahpni, palatta, etc—L *
Steamer Savannah, Eldrtdge, Martin’s Landing.
Steamer Resolute, Cannon, Hilton Head.
Schr Francis Satterby, Allen, St. Johns River. In
ballast—to Wm Starr.
Steamer K H May, Jones, Augusta—J M Kinchley
Steamer Starlight, Anderson, Tybee Roads.
Steamer Reaolute, Cannon, Hilton Head.
Steamer Gen Sheridan, Palmer, Hilton Head.
Steamer Kindle, Bernier, Hilton Heail.
Steamer Nantosket, Davis, St Simon’s Island.
Per steamer Helen Getty, from Palatka—aoo hales
cotton, S cases beeswax, 3 do wool 1* hides, 2 bales
moss, 2 bhls tar, l< sacks rice, abbis oysters, And
Per steamer R U May, from Augusts—2so bales
Upland cotton. 76 do domestics and mdze.
Br ! sirk KiiLlt ti, Liverpool, England.
DtT steamship America, from New York—tv H
Wlitlierger, K Kuatheke k Cos, J H Demand F j
Kuckcrt, N A Hardee. Johnson A Gray bill, Thomas
liatesou, Hrnuv » smith, J L Vllhdbugu. J U'limie,
M Ferst, 9 M Ledeier, P Tabardy, Wm Knscuinai, J
k W Rutherford, Rogers a Gann. H G Uitwe A Cos.
S Stein. A Stamm. Seaborn Gootlall. 1. It Slock. A a
Solomons A Cos, Stuart A Cos, BU t ilden, G N Wyman,
J G W A Cos, Geo Wellbrook. Mr C White. M Ueytagb,
F Constant, Doyle A Lyon, str Helen Getty, H Mallon,
H Meinhard A- Bro, L Ma-r*sr. h M Merer, He -s A
Gutman. W H Stark, Southern Express Cos, Shuster
Heingin. Union Steamboat Cos. str Union. Wilson
Tottle. A Waldron, E Zacharlas, F I'ervean, A B I.uee,
Mathew A West, Jas McGrath, K MoUuo, E D Meyer.
A J Miller, JC Walker, W A R Melmire. George T
Nichols, M Newmark, I! Nenmark, Wm Parker, N K
Barnuiu. T H Balahaw. A Cos, K p Peyo, F. Ehrlich, D
Finegan, L Robider, Julia Murphy, 'Brigham, Bald
win a Cos, F C Barer el, Erwin A Hardee, J Hameil,
Adams Express Cos, Bum 4 Meyer, Central K R, O
Cohen, Duncan Palmer; Wiu Duncan, G Uemendeu,
R J Larcomlie, Jno McMahon, CD Rogers C L Gil
bert. Guckeuiicimer A Seiig, B Koim, N B Knapp. W
W Lincoln, S M LoOiteau, H Memhurd, G Murluus.
[W] M iu a diamond, D Mailed. A Cos, H C Melirtens.
It T Lurch, clagbarn ,v Cunningham, James Doyle,
Einstein A Kckman, if G Ehrlich.
Per steamer Helen Gett), from Palatka—F M My
rell. Kiwin A Hardee. L S Bennett, W H Henderson,
Stuart 1 Cos, Dyzllnski A siager, Crane, Johnson A
Graybiil, K F Metcalf, Geo w Owens, and others.
Per steamer R H May, from Augusta—O Cohen,
HUnter A Cammed, .1 R \Y dder, .1 M Kindi lev. De-
Witt A Morgan.
Per steamship America, from New York—Miss A
Clark, Mrs Robider, Wm K Boyd, J C Brum, Dewitt
Bruyu, Jno Murray, Mrs Ferst aud 3 children. J O
Byrne, wife aud 2 children, Mi Rosenthal, M Rosy,
Ernestine Alberti. Elmina Alberti, Dr Patterson and
lady, J Wetostock, M Krauss. F Brown, J J Jackson,
Col Sammis and lady, F E Seaver. F S Smith, Mr
Sellg and family, A Baum. S P Basllniky, Thos Wil
liams, G Miller, C H Nichols. Ed Payeb, a G Browne,
jr, C Dolbanco, G H Holienbach, Oscai .laa Hlnmau,
.1 McLean, W Law ton. 2d Uabin—F Verplauck, Theo
Meves, A D Meyer, and 2 in steerage.
Per steamer Helen Getty, from Paiatka—Mrs A F.
Lopez, L G Chainplln and lady, J H McCann, W E
Alexander, S M Brooks,'D J Jones, C Schwartz, Mrs
Finlay ton, Jas Bine* A J Drysdale, W Drysdale, \V
B Gunn, W H HeudeTson, J M Hawthorn, AII Perry,
N Leopold, E B Decoursey. J S Mclntosh, R 8 Stough
ton, .1 K Lewis, OH Keith, Dr Ilia Hicks, W M Ben
nett, Geo Clark, B F Olivers, Madison Hartndge, Jno
E Jiartrldge, W H Funston, A J Williams, S S Wil
liams, W Connel,N S Finney, NB Ward, ST Newton,
and 12 on deck.
LIST OB’ VKSSELS IN THE PORT OF
' Savannah, Oct. 16,1865.
Steamship America, Clift, from New York—Brig
ham, Baldwin A Cos.
Steamship Varuna, Cooley, from New Y’ork—Jno R
New England, Hodges, 1,100, for Liverpool—load
ing at Lower Hydraulic Press—Brigham, Baldwin A
Wisconsin (Br) Arcus, 950—discharging ballast at
Lower Hydraulic Press—John R Wilder.
John R Plater, Post, 290, from Norwich, Conn.—
discharging at Union Ferry Wharf—Hunter A Gain
Mary Cobb, Duncan, 195,—loading, wharf at foot of
Whitaker street —Rogers A Cann.
Francis Satterby. Alien, St Johns River, in ballast,
to Wm Starr. »
May, Kellv, 330, from New York—dLschnglng at
wharf foot of Habersham street -Hunter Gammell.
Julia A Crawford, Buckley, 181, from Jacksonville,
Fla, In ballast—lying at wharf fool of Bull Street-
Albert (Bn Rtordan, 105, from Nassau—discharging
at wharf foot of Barnard street—Beil, Wylly & Chris
John G Whipple. Simpson, 80, for New Y ork—load
lng at Iron Steamboat Wharf west of Barnard street
—Rogers A Cann.
Selir Julia A Crawford, Bulkier, loading, at Iron
Steamboat Co's wharf, for New York—L J Gullmar
tou 4 Cos.
BY BLUN & MEYER.
Will be Fold on MONDAY, Oct. V3d at 11 o’clock
a. m. v in front of onr store, if ifcr Hold at private
Three two story frame Houses on Stewart street.
Two one story frame House* on Wilson street.
Two out* story frame Houses on Roberts street.
The same can bo treated for at private **ale by ap
plication to Mr. G. Geraenden, at the Planter’s Hotel.
octlC t 4
By Bell, Wylly & Christian
AT PRIVATE SALE
-100 bbls. Potatoes and Onions,
Just received from steamer Varuna,
York, Williams, Mclntirr & Cos
Will sell at Auction, in front of store. THIS DAY
lTth foet., at 11 o’clock,
20 boxes Soap
15 boxes Cream Tartar
15 boxes Ground Ginger
24 boxes Hoda
2o boxes Ground Black Pepper
10 boxes Ground Black Pepper, bulk #
5 boxes Mustard v
12 caddies OOiOng Tea
*i caddies Young Hyson
15 Kress Blueing
An invoice of Assorted Tin Ware
10 boxes Crockery
4 hhds Hams
20 bbls Flour
20 bbls Meal
20 bbls Coffee
With variou. other articles. octl»
By* York, Williams, Mein*
tire & Cos.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
I Split Peas
Pearl Baris. •
With a variety of other Groceries,
Rost. P. Tort, \ fJ. R.Mi-Tntir*.
M. B. WIiA.IA.V9, | \ P. H. Ward
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE & CO,,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON AND LUMBER
References In Savannah—Brigham. Baldwin A Cos,;
Erwin A Hardee, Gaden A L'ncklus, Isaac D. La-
Rochc, Ksq ; Hiram Roberts, Kbo. ; Wyily Wood
bridge. Esq.; Hunter* Gammell; L. C. Norveli &
Reference* in New York—Messrs. Samuel T. Knapp
& Bro.: D. H. Baldwin £ Cos. sep2«-eodlm
"VrE. H. G. W ARD will commence a Dancing Class
I*A tor Young Ladles and Children, at St. Andrew’s
Wall, on Tuesday Afternoon, at ?.y, , o’clock. For
terms apply at the Hall. Gontlemon’s Ciaaa iiee aon
Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening-, at half-pan
S o’clock. 3 octio
For the Ladies.
ELEGANT hats of the moat fashionable styles
Just received and tor ssle by
... „ s. M. COLDING,
OC - M No. 153 Congress street.
ASSESSOR’S OFFICE, )
UNITED SttATCg INTERNAL itETINn, >
Savanuah, Oct. 1.% 1(05. J
Having nearly completed the organization of the
District, I hereby notify tlie public that I am instruct
ed to m&ke an immediate asseiiaroent for the year
16J4, (as the Tax is now past due> at Confederate
prices, upon incomes of every description. The Tax
from SOOO to $5,000 is & per cent. ; above that amount
indefinitely, 10 per cent, upon all grow receipts. The
ore to be made ih United States currency at
what 4 was worth in Confederate monev at that time
Any information the citizen* may desire will be
cheerfully jelven, and I will of course be as indulgent
a» the law and the Interests of tho Government will
allow roe to be.
C. H. DOPKINB.
_J*ctl4 AB*ee*or First Dlstiict.
SUITABLE for Psrior Grate*. Landing sad for sale
in tots to raft purchasers, hr
oeti>2w CLAUHORN £ CUNNINGHAM.
■KOCKRIK*. LHiroas. A C„
whekeTre you going,
Going toR. Balfore’s. 167 BrongHtonSt.
WHAT JOB ?
WHY, FOR FLOUR.
‘iOik BBLS CHOICE FLOUR
‘.‘Do bbls Potato-s
100 bbls Onions
50,tD0 lbs Uacor.
20 bbls Brown Sugar
5 tierces English Crushed Sugar
Switzerland Cheese. octU-lw
Gao. R. Carur. Wo, A. WrauiiT.
Augusta, Georgia. Late of Richmond, Va
GEO. B. IRIMP & t 0„
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLESALE DEALKRb IN
Groceries, Liprs, Tobacco, Segars,
HALTED FISH, jfco.
209 Broad St., Augusta, Ga,
JF* Will purchase and sell onEpmmlssion Cotton,
Tobacco, Paouoos, and MEacuANLiaj: of everv de
Refers to the Merchants and Bankers of Augusta,
Ga., Richmond Va.. aud Jno. C. Ferrill, Esq., De-
Witt £ Morgan, Gadcn £ Unckles, A. A.' Solomons *
Cos., J. T. Paterson £ Cos.. K. Molina, Esq.. Savannah,
FINE OLD BRANDT, I IKES, &c.
Peach Valley Whiskey, Maple Valley Whiskey, Pike’s
Magnolia, Spencer's Old Rye, and Fine
FOR SALE BY
C. W. THOMPSON,
alt the Old Stand,
111 BAY ST BE ET ,
(Herald Buildings, j
A]sop’s Ale. Mars’ Ale, Apples. Potatoes, Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel* Cider and Cider Vinegar.
GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS,
ALE and Cider.
| lOM£STIC '^K^^
ALES VI INES MyW OP ; s & StUARS J fmKBff
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
C. K. OSGOOD.
STORE 18G CONGRESS AND Bft 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 scptlO
Os best quality, 50x58 per lineal yard.
For sale by -
FOWLE £ CO,
ju79 Cm No. 70 Broadway, N. Y.
Wholesale and Retail
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS,
WM. H. SHERWOOD £ CO., Savannah, Georgia,
southwest corner of Broughton and Jefferson
streets, under St, Andrew’s Hall.
We are receiving by every steamer fresh articles of
Groceries of every description. Llqnors imported and
direct from manufactures are offered at prices to suit
the trade. * sept2o-lm
KIRLIN,BRG. & BURKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALES, WINES AMI LIfORS,
CORXFR WHITAKER STREET AND
ORDERS PROtIPTI.Y FILLED & DELIVERED.
fTHK undersigned (for eighteen year* of the firm of
* Cromwell & Birdf»all)»s now prepared to receive
orders for his well known brand of choice
New Hulled Buckwheat Flour,
neatly packed in barrel*, half barrels, quarter barrel*
and bags of 4!> and 24,S pounds.
Have ai-o on hand* Fresh Ground, State and West
ern Flour. Extra, Superfine, and No. 2 Snperfine, in
bids, and hall bbls., in lots to suit purrhaaers.
KDWAI! it '. ROMW ELL.
octl2-2w 123 and 125 Broad street New York.
’ 1080 bushels Liverpool Salt
2000 eackg Oats, black and while
in sacks best Rio Coffee
To arrive, ino Bales Hay.
octio N. A. HARDEE £ CO.
F CALLED to the very superior lot of Butter.
Cheese and Lard, received per steamer Raleiglnby
octl2-lw Williamson's Bnllolng.
H. G’ RUWE & CO.,
GROCERIES i LIQUORS,
WINES AND SEGARS,
Corner Bryan and St. Julian and
(FRONTING PULASKI HODIEj
[T* Agedfs for
ALE AND LAGER.
Constantly on haad, an assortment of
RHBZSr W IWE.
UKOCKKUC*. UqtilMU. At. -
Wholesale uu<t Re fall Dealer
In fcne Groceries, Boots and Shoes, clothing.
Foreign and Domestic VMi.ee, Uqnose and Segars.
Also, Skehan’s Celebrated / "
GOLDEN AIE AND CHAMPAGNE CIDRK,
in bottle and in wood.
London and Dublin Brown Stoat, Scotch and Eng
!i*h Ales. £r.
Liberal deductions made to the trade.
176, BROUGHTON STREET. SAVANNAH,
and 02 Liberty street. New York
E. G. Hilton, Savannah. E. M. Bandfll. N. Y.
HILTON A; RAN DELL,
192 BAY STPEET. NEAR BARNARD.
Arc rtiuMantly receiving per ateftmem from New York
The Lurgetl ami Most Cainplflr Asaort
ment «»f (.roccxle't In t&e City,
Orders by Mall, accompanied with Remittance,
Promptly Filled, at Lowest Market Pnces.
JA BONES CHEESE,
“V 76 boxes Fay’s Soap
Jurt received and lor salefcv
octlC BRIGHAM, BALDWIN 4 CO.
T. J. DUNBAR & ML
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALEItS IN
WINES. LIQUORS, SEGARS. &C.
14:7 Bay Street,
(NEXT DOOR ABOVE REPUBUCAN OFFICE.)
We have the I-argest Assortment of
Whiskeys, Wines, Brandies,
Gins, Bitters, Cordials, &0.,
In the South, to which we invite the attention of the
Trade. Call and compare our goods and
ASTEN & THROCKMORTON,
NO. 253 BOWERY, NEW.YORK,
MANUFACTURERS and Dealers in Builders' and
Locksmiths' Hardware. Nalls. Pnllies, Cord. Rim
Locks and Knobs, Butt Hinges, Brass and Iron Keys
and Castings, Gong Bells, Wire Silver-Plating, &c.
Ail orders, large or Binall, furnished promptly at 10
per cent, less than market prices.
FIELD, GARDEN, GRASS AND FLOW
No. G 5 Librity Street, Yew York City.
ORDERS for Seeds by mail will be promptly execu
ted and forwarded by Express, r. O. D.
N. B.—The Trade supplied on the most liberal
terms. Priced Catalogues will be sent upon applica
tion by mall. <>etC-eodlo
TilP Cos partnership heretofore existing lie tween
JACKSON A WaKROCK was, on -the Both Sep
teinbi r 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 tlie late firm of Jackson A
Warrock. L. WARROOK.
rfillE undersigned having associated themselves to-
A gether under the firm name ol LaROCIIE, GADEN
& UNCKLES, for the purpuse of transacting a Gene
ral Grocery, and Commission Business, and having
seemed the large and commodious store, corner of
Bay and Barnard streets, hre now prepared to receive
any and all consignments mode to ihi-m. They also
have extra rooms, suitable for Dry Goods and Fancy
Aiticlcs, which, if accompanied by owners or agents,
are the best in the city ; from a long experience and
thorough acquaintance with the business, they hope
to give entire satisfaction to ail making consignments
Liberal advances made on Cotton. Lnniher, £c. con
signed to them for sale in Savannnh, or for shipment
to their friends in New York, Boston or Baltimore
LvROCUK. GADEN * UNCKLES,
Isa*c D Lakqcuk,
BkN.t. G. Galen,
Davip 8. Umckles. 1m oetio
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Six Months Five Dollars
For sale by all Newsdealers.
Specimen ropiesj of DAILT and WEEKLY NEWS
' '■ sent free. ,
Daily News Building,
No. in i ity Hail Square.
septOl New York City.
rpHE Copartnership heretofore existing between
J. Willlnk £ Chapman was, on the let of October,
dissolved by mntnal consent. T. M. Wiilink resumes
his business of Ship, Steamboat and General Black
smithing, on Dillon's wharf. Thanking the pntllc for
past patronage a continuance of the same will be
gratemly received. cod4v octl*
■ ' ttIPWJiG.
THE new and tJegsnf first claw U. 8. Mail Steam
pooftitSly mil tor the above port on
Wednesday, Oct. 18th, at o’clock.
For frelgnt or passage, Baring splendid accommo
dations, apply to
BRIGHAM, "BALDWIN * CO,
octlC Stoddard's Biiilding. opp. Post Office
FOR NEW YORK.
,g>-r-w , The U. S Moil Steamship HUNTER,
w>M. L. Rogcis, commander, will leave
l° r the above port on her regular day
THURSDAY', OCTOBER 10, at o'clock.
For freight or passage, having superior accommoda
tiona, apply to
HUNTER A GAMMELL,
FOR NEW YORK
STAR mt LINE.
The first elais U S Mail Steamships
NEVADA. i’liit Pappf m ifw
CGNttmUfJON, - . G*pl.' Vtimalul;
Hhe above ships compose the Line, and will sail
from Ni'W York and Savannah every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CD, Agents,
WAKKMAN, GOORIN k DICKtNSON, Agents,
FOR NEW YORK.
HATTIE M. MAYO
-CT iijGA will have qaiek despatch for' tlto above
port. For freight or passage apply to
octif. BRIQH vM, BALDWIN £ CO.
Atlantic Const MnUStcntn
FOR NEW YORK,
. The t**f and elegant Side-Wheel
■igi-vi 1 ■ St-amship VAR UNA, Captain
Cooley, will positively sail on
her regular day, THURtDAY, 19th
iust., at 7 o'clock, a. m.
For Freight or Passage, having vary large and airy
state-room' accommodations, lilted np with all the re
cent improvements, apply to •
Vi .JOHN R. WILDER.
Ship’s Bills of Lading furnished and signed In the
For Darien, Ga.
Captain Fen Peck,
Will leave as above, from Exchange Dock,
On This (Tuesday) Morning, 17tb, at 9
o’clotk, a. in.
This Steamer is an eicelient see. boat and lias fine
accommodations for Passengers.
For freight or auatau apply' on board, or la
* F. M. MYRELL, Agent.
oct!7 1 Hairl** Buildings, Bay street.
c-FTw THE A1 American Ship NEW ENGLAN D.
Master, having a largo piartlou ol
.FJ'Jfjjihrr cargo engaged will Tie ready to receive
“ cargo at Lower Hydranlic Press on the ISth
For freight or passage apply to
sepl4-tf BRIGUAM.’BALDWIN * CO.
THE underpinned are prepared to receive "nods at
their Warehouses-free of expense aud cov
ered by liiHunt* ee—for ebipincnt to Angiifta aud
points beyond by their regular line of lipht dmnght
boats. Apply tb CSI?AS. t. COLBY,
§ept2i»—tf cor. Buy and Abercora
R. H. MAY,
Will have dispatch for the above place. Goods receiv
ed at all time and stored in fire proof warehouse, foot
of Lincoln street, free of cast.
J. M. KINCHLEY, Agent.
Office In Clsghorn £ Cunningham's
The May arrived In Angnsta from Savannah on last
Friday with her full freight. ts octv
Capt. J R. Airnaxxs.
WUi take Freight
Until S o’clock Thli Afternoon.
O. FALLON A CO.,
OMIT 1 corner Bay and Lincoln streets.
Captain Geo. S. Marshall,
Will have quick despatch aa above! For Freight on
gagetnenis apply to fc
», E. PRES DBF, Agent;
10!> Broughton street, or to
F. M. MYRELL,
octlC ts Harris' Bnilding, Bay street.
FREIGHT FOR AUGUSTA.
The New and Elegant Very Fast Steamer
Will commence receiving freight THIS StORNTNG, at
Exchange Wharf, and be the first Boat for Angnsta
after the Helen.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, with elegant
Staterooms, apply to
KEIN * CO.
114 Bay street.
FREIGHT TO AUGUSTA.
ON and after this date the rate of Freight by onr
Line will be reduced
50 Per Cent !
Oar Line is cnaiposed of the following Steamers, all
adapt: ,1 to the trade, viz :
Iron Steamer AMAZON, Capt Johann.
New iron Steamer WM. G.GIBBOISH.Capt. rhllpnl
Steamer LACRA, Capt. Hiller.
The Steamer < übbons la in every partlrnlar a first
Insurance can bp effortpd by onr Line at lowest
HF- Freight received DAILY and forwarded
, 00 ; TWICE a wjeek.
sepiS-lm ERWIN' A HARDEE.
The powerful light draft Stwts Tog
o. F>. HOTTER,
With Two (S) Covered Barges,
Will ls»v< tot the above port
On Tmulay, Oct. 17tb, at 3 o’clock, p, m.
For freight apply to
CHAB L. COLBY A CO.,
OCTI7I oor. Bay and Abercornsts.
Via DOrien, Brunswick, St. Mary’s, Fer
nandlno, .JackaowvlUe and Plrotato.
rjlHEnewar.d fast steamer FOUNTAIN, Capt. C.
A W.fVm.rr. will leavers above on WEDNESDAY
the li-tn inst., at 10 o'clock a.m.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, at Padel
ford's \\ hait near White's Central Cotton Press nr to
M. A. COHEN, Agent.
Freight payable on Wharf.
Shippers will famish weights and measurement of
THE first class British bark TH MAS WHITNEY
J. C. Kelly, master, being of small capacity, will have
■pick dispatch For frtigh', apply to
octlii BELL WYV „ CtTPJSTIAJ
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
4 RE r.otlSed th t they can store their good* any
. dav dune • ihe wevk-tto be forwarded by the
sliaveßoat., wuicb are the tightest draught maßlnr
to Angnsla, free ol exira charge.
’■fP'-"- KLIN k CO.
mUS Steamer WM. Gr. GIBBONS
A having a heavy engagement of Colton at Darien,
will during the mouth of October make the following
weekly trins to Doctohow n:
Tuesday Morning, Oct Id. at C o’clock.
Tuesday Morning, Oct 17, at« o’clock.
Tuesday Morning. Oct *4, at G O’dork.
Thursday Morning, Oct. 19.
Thursday Morning. Oct. 19.
Thursday Morn tag,Oct. 26.
Freight received at our Warehouse anv dav daring
*^J! eel£ f” rw “ n,ed Promptly as above, with the
privilege oi lightering on tho Adtamaha river if neces
«rt«w ERWIN k HARDEE
LINVILLE & GLEASON.
MERRITT, WALCOTT & CO.,
61 ConrtM! Street, He? Tort.
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
bcklts, nuts and washers
, Bridge, Car, Ship or Band Hook.
SETT SCREWS, COACH OR LAC SCREWS.
Hot and Cold Pressed Nuts,
HOUND AND SQUARE WASHERS,
Tumbiicklea, Bolt Bnds, Tay.st
axul Dies, deo.
ALSO DEALERS IN .
Locomotives, cars, rails, chairs,
SPIKES,TIKES, AXLES; CAR TRIM
MINGS of every descriptiou, and
every article used in constructing
or operating; Railroads.
, ENGINEERS' STORKS.
COAL Oil,, TALLOW, WASTK FELTISG, HEMP.
AND RUBBER PACKING; LAMPS, PAINTS,
VARNISH, £o.; ENGINEERS’ TOOLS,
of every description; CHIPPING
AND RIVETING HAMMERS,
WIRE, mSULATORB. ; BATTERTTCS IN
-BTRUMENTS, ACIDS, SULPHATE
Also Manufacturer* of the
BEST OAK TANNED BELTING.
"AffiT'NckgSnJM ß '
STEAM ENGINES, STATION
ARY AND PORTABLE
sept* - M
Family Dye Colors.
Patented October 13, IM3,
Black Dark Green
Black for Silk Light Ore*!
Dark Blue MizeoU
French Bine Maroon
Claret Brown Oranse
Dark Brown Ptah;
Light Brown Pornle
Crimson i M carter
Dark Drab Sato
r awn Drab Violet
light Fawn Drab Yellow
er A SAYTNG OF 80 PER CENT. J»
othemTseast s avo < u“ mtha“
HOWE £ STEVENS,
ecU«m br aad deolem^iSrtlr 08 * 011
TIIOS. W. BROOKS
FURNITURE AND CENERAL,
334 Dock Street, Philadelphia. Pa.
tepdedwP 411 OEr ’ E * <s BeDt M,u at-
Grits and Meal.
MILL RB-OPENED. Having purehas-
VA Vd the entile interest from Mr H. Glfiem In hie
large and extensive Mills, on the corner of HabwJhatn
streetandPerTy meet lane, we are now prepared
tarnish Grist and Meal tt favorable r»t es . P (C, :.!?
be ground on toil. All orders promptly filled " 1
o tll-lm LUDINQTON * RaBMSON
F° tos^ L HTcto,r!^na C P( fr , the woo.l
C °“ Veye<J to^^^^h% D d
oenv hat». ’ rls °J* * OOSPON.
ocn.- r on3* 90 Bay s Ist**