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U l |»n*l< uru<au>hi|»aiid tnulu.ia. !
ro* M» TOBk.
v-.-irahlp Idaho, Wednesday, October 26th. at
Steamship Ariadne, Wednesday. October 26th, at
1? o'clock m.
btcamer Helen, Wednesday, October Situ, at 7
c-ciock a tn.
steamer Clarion, Tnerday, October 24th, at 11
t-docK a. m.
steamer Fountain, Tuesday morning. October
i«li, at 10 o'clock-
A luveime Latter for the Port of Savan
The E. S- Herenue steam-cutter Sansemond ar
rived in the river on Sunday .evening and dropped
anchor off the Lower Bice JdUL THo Banaemond
coinea Here In accrrdanc# with the order of the Sec
retary of the Treasury, and will be stationed at Sa
vannah far the protection of the revenue In these
waters and on the coast of Georgia and Eastern
Florida. She will be under the orders of Hon
Wylly Woodbridge, Collector of the Port, having
been fltted out expressly lor the revenue servl.e
at ritis station.
The Cutter Sansemend was built at Sew York, til
18.S, by L nvrecce, Folks A Cos., and was purchased
b.-tiejjverjn3.it fora despatch boat She Is a
Cue sidewlieel steamer of 310 tons, with powerfu
engines, and Is capable of attaining an extraordina
ry ute of speel. Her length over all Is las feet;
jeegth of Seel 138. She la offleered as folio-vs ;
Capa Samaui C. Colesberry.
lit Lieut. John E. Wilson,
iad Lieut. Taos. R. Marshall.
S.'d Lieut. Erie Gabrielsen.
Ist Asst- Eng. Edward Aspald
Act. 2nd Ast. Eng. Geo. M. Robinson.
Collector Woodbridge Vi3ited the Cutter yesterday
stid c-xi)re3eed himself highly pleased with the com.
pieteness, elegance and substantial comfort of the
£ .tings of tne steamer uow at his dlsposaL She Is a
fine ter-going vessel, of staunch build, powerful,
last, and iu every respect admirably adapted to the
service for which she Is designed.
Tire Jinyor and Aldermen to Resame
tltc Government of tiie City.
On the 20th lastanr, ills Honor Mayor Arnold,
received an odtcial letter from Bre
vet Major General 8.-annaa,' Commanding the
the First Division of the Department of Georgia, ln
for .iilag him that on the first day ol November next,
th; government of the City of Savanuab would bo
tamed over to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen,
and that from that date all the expenses of the City
must be borne by them. On the 21st Inst., at a meet
ing of the City Council the Mayor was authorized to
accept the proposition of the General, and the City
has.accordingly returned Into the guardianship of
the civil authontes.
The tluauces of Savannah are, of course, In an ex
ceedingly low condition, and the defrayal of the ne
cessary expenses of the city, for the police, lighting
of the streets, etc,, will present an Interesting prob
lem tar our financiers.
Savannah was Hie last city of the State to lie re
stored to its civil government.
SOUTHERN Kx vL ESTATK AND tJIUR.U'ION AID So
ciErV.—We would call tiie attention of our readers
to the advertisement headed Southern Real ’jtate
and Emigration Company. Tiie parties interested In
it, arc natives of tills State and of Florida and well
kuown lor their respectability aud intelligence.—
They are douotlcss famldar with the character of
rhe land offered lor sale In their respec
tive localities, nnd will give entire satUfact.on
10 all applicants for Information respecting the cot
-11 n uud corn fauns wulcn they offer for sale.
We wish the company well in their enterprise,
calculated as It is,to further the patriotic purpose of
1.11 l ig up hud enriching the unoccupied 1 ndsof our
own a id sister States ot the South,aud wc commend
it to tue confidence of the public.
Brio Mart cobb.—This flue A 80. l craft, which
was u regular packet for over three years between
New York aud Hilton Head, is now lying at our
waarves with a foil cargo lor New York. The Mary
Cobb is commanded by Capt. Geo. Duncan, who Is
wall known as a skilful navigator aud a careful sea
man. Tne brig has superior accommodations
fur twelve to fifteen passengers, and those desiring
to go North iu a fine sad vessel, should make early
a.,plication for passage, as she may sail tais mornlug.
lies-re. Rogers A caua arc the Agents in this city
of the .limy Cobb.
A.Stobm Brewing.—a blgli easterly wind prevail
ed all day yesterday, with but little rain, however.
Tae Indications ot a severe storm approaching Were
unquestionable. The law clouds made a data, aud
the raw east wind a cold aud dusty day, and logelh
er with the nob-amvul of the New York steamers,
already one uay oveidue, things generally wore any
thin* bu- a cheeriul aspect.
-YIIBIVALOF Tits llusrii'.U. fcTEAMKR COSMOrOM-
Tax.—The IT.l T . S- Hospital steamer Cosmopolitan,
Capt. Oiookar, arrived yesterday atternoou from
lincou Head, s. 0. We arc Indebted to Capt. CrooKei
lor New York papers 01 the 17th., which were
brought to ailtuu Head by the C. S. f rausport steam
snip MiCietau. 1112 aUd.lenaa sailed again tor Now
York yeat.rdar aittf.uuoa.
T Uih COIj RTS.
befobc caPT. cnaas it. i-xjiicfc, provost mar
btiai., nismcT of savaxxaß.
BavaNxau, Oct. 23d, 1835.
The United States by Police Srrgount Uraham vs.
OiliUpie (colored.)— Larceny Irom the tiou.e. W. N.
Uuiiershani, Prosecutor. Alter u carciul examina
tion of the evidence adduced In the foregoing case,
and urgumtnt of Counsel, the defendant was found
"Not Guilty;” he was therefore discharged from cus.
tody, and prosecutor will pay costa. Counsel for
plnmuif, 3. it. Saussy; for deiendant, P 51. Bussell,
The United States vs. Thomas Fuller, (colored)—J,
Heery Prosecutor. Assault. The deiendant lit this
case was louud guilty of an aggravated case of as
sault, and sentenced to pay a nne of sls and costs,
in default thereof to be conhued In Chatham county
.laii, at hard labor,-for the term of thirty days. Coun
sel lor U. S., 51. J. Ford, U;q.
The United states by John Donnoran vs John
Clancy .—Assault and Battery. Upon the examina
tion of the evidence adduced In the foregoing case,
the defendant was found ".Sot Guilty” and discharg
ed from arrest, the Prosecutor paying all costs
of salt. Counsel. J. 0. Fsrrill for U. S.; for defence,
P. M. Russell.
The tnited Stales by Detective Bunnell vs. Fred
erica Cook—Having stolen goods In his possession.—
Upon request of tho prosecutor, a nolle proaequi Is
entered up against the defendant, upon paying the
costs of suit; alter which he will be discharged from
custody. Couuscl for defeudant, P. 51. Russel! and
•George A. Mercer.
Peter Bragg (colored) vs. John Shuman, (colored)—
Recovery debt; claim $.2. Judgment for plaintiif
tor the sum ol sl2, witn costs, and defendant order
ed to pay the same luto Court this day, or be arrest
ed and eouUued uutil it be paid. Counsel for plain
tiff, J, Ri saussy.
The Cmted states vs. Geo. Simmons; (colored)—
Hating hr his possession a U. S. musket. llefeuuaut
Plead guilty, nud stated his lguorancoof existing or
ders, w hereupon he was discharged irom custody,
and the musket turned over to me Oidnaucc De
United States, vs. tVm. Gammon, (colored) —Lar-
ceny. Found guilty, and sent to jail for fifteen days.
United States vs. Francis McDowell, (colored), and
Mary Dinkins, (colored)—Larceny from the person.
It was proved that Mary Dinkins commuted the of
fence, aud It was ordered that Francis McDowell be
discharged, and mat Mary Dinkins be fined In the
sum ol thirty dollars and costa, and In default or pay
ment be committed to JaU until the amount of fine
aud costs be paid. Counsel lor U. S., J. R. saussey.
United stales vs.Michaelßeely—Assault and bat
tery and larceny. Mo prosecutor appearing, and the
deiendant being a soldier in the U. 8. Army, he was
discharged from custody and ordered to be returned
to his command.
United states vs. Charles, (colored)—Vagrancy.
Defendant was sent to me Police Barracks for con
rinement at hard labor for the space of thirty days.
Uulted States vs. Jane Ann Lawrence,(colored) and
Rrcnel Gordon, (colored)— Fighting aud using bad
and obscene language. Delendauts were fined it
teen dollars each, with costs tin default of payment
of which, to be cohhfied in Jail for the term of thirty
days. The other parties arrested at the same time
were discharged. % .
United States vs. Joseph Tripp, (colored)—Larceny
or cotton from steamer W.u. 0. Gibbons. The defen
dant wee found guilty and sent to JaU at hard labor
for the term of two months.
Cirrrow BY Waows—Yesterday morning • train t
of wagooe arrived In Bus city from Dublin, in Lau
ren* ,-uuu. ta-urgis. The train eonlAined alto
gether. neatly seventy I tales of cot'on. Before the
war the cotton grown ia Lauren* and other counties, :
was transported to Savannah by tiie steamer Cov. I
Troup Dublin Ues on the Oconee river, aud we lie
iieve Is about one bundled aud forty rnUes from
Savanuab. The tralu will return to Dublin as soon
as fair weather sets In, and will take out a heavy
freight of goods.
Brown's Lastillus liirrsaa.—Attention Is di
rected to the advt.tiaeinent of this uewand valua
ble tonic. The highest recommendations are fur
nlahed concerning iu virtues. It is for sale by York,
Williams, Melntire A Cos., Sole Agents.
Iron for the A. A O. Railroad—The A. A G. R.
R. received yesterday by the arrival of the brig Clara
Pickens, from New York, 44 tons railroad Iron.
Joiners Wanted.—Joiners in want of employment
*re directed to the advertisement of Mr. Blance In
- Hotel Arrivals.
PULASKI HOUSE. OCTOBER 23. 1806.
Wm. H. Wit.TEBERc.ER a co., Proprietors.
Auguste Weiner, N Y llaj Culp and lady, Hilton
C L •Frelble, Tampa, Fla ! Head
M E Stephens, live Oak, Lieut <iol Smith, do
Fla Maj Wallace, do
A uFreeman, Fla H w Allan, Montreal
D W Ingersoll, Jackson- H E Henderson, Newtiem
ville, Fla J E Drayton, S C
E N Atkinson, Ga J W Layton, Surg CSV,
Owen Jones, Philadelphia Augneta
C S Stewart, USA W W l)iam. Capt, do do
Cjl Waller, do col H F Slcklea, Savan'h
J D Matueson, Fla J W Massle, D D, Loudon
E E Adamson, do D W williams, wife and
L H Owens, do two children, Fla.
Ben Waldo, do J E Bryant
A Martin, do . Wm Cantwell, Hilton H'd
Capt B F Van Ttuve George Duncan, do
Silas Weeks, Va Jos Middleton, Phlla
D R Williams, Fla Jae w Mathews, Fort Val-
R J Shulr, NC 4 j ley, Oa
Bvt Maj Gen J H King and J K Hayward; Boston
lady, Augusta |
SEA ISLAND HOTEL (HILTON HEAD) OCT. 21.
Gen King and wife, N Y iSurg H C Nelson,C SSN H
Gen Spragen, N Y Capt G H Hlgbee, do
Gen Devans, Hilton Head leapt J MetcalT, 68th N Y
Lt Mariam, do | Vols
Mrs Sprague aud three R J Steele, N C
children, N Y* Lt A Child, 33d C S C T
Mrs « orth, NY S Leahy, Charleston
Miss Worth, do Lt S Bell, USA
Miss Spragen, do J Lawton, Beaufort
Miss Mary Spragen, do J R Lucerst and lady, do
Mrs Gen Newton, and D B Baker, Beaufort
three sons, NY J P Lawton, do
Maj Gen Q A Millmore.NY J R Perritt, do
H M Bragg, Capt uudA D C G semon, USA
D S Lesler, do do J M Teel, Hilton Head
• OCTOBER 22.
A S Stenson, Htltoa Head i D A Keefes and boy, N Y
T King, savannah \V Wells and wife, do
A U Freetuuu, 6th ESI IA J Clement, Capt CSV
PORT ROYAL HOUSE (HILTON HEAD) OCT. 21.
D G Machartln . |Q T Anrole, Hilton Head ■
L B Lung, A A G ]Miss Bacon, Beaufort
T Norman, NY II Ames, Elliott’s
Wm H King, Beaufort (Miss Shoemaker, HntonH
Miss Studdwcli, Boston H W Allan, Montreal
' Miss K I* llricb, do HE Henderson, Newbern
M.ti *1 C.iartielm do Mll Faddack, Lemon Isl’d
Miss M C Green, do '.J E dills, do
Miss L Fish, do j A Fredericks, Hilton Head
M.ss A P White, do .1 Kaymonr, do
Miss A J Knight, do IA N Vercere," do
Miss S Kuiglit, do j A Hartshorn, C Survey
Miss A F Cogswell, do !J H Gould. Charleston
Miss A ¥ Hayden, do 1,1 Hartwell, Vt
J Vnittle, N Y
Douglas Frazor, Col 104th J E Drayton, do
ÜB OX E P Judd, Charleston
J Lawton SC J L Rlrhmond, 8 C
J K Lucas and lady, SC C Hasted, Charleston
J K Peritt, SC HD Law and lady, N Y
'F C Fox, A A Surg, USA WS Sampson, Jr, Treas-
D B BaKur, s C ury Deo’t
J E Patten Maj C 8 Allen
J D Parker ' .1 U Gould, Mass
S U Cueaver, Boston Chpt Max Evker, GStli N Y
O W Striker, N Y W Jnos, do
Mrs McGretv, Savannah Wm Sablscorl, Beaufort
C W Wlagard, USA W Norton, 9JGI N Y
E Sanford, Beaufort A FYancis, do
M Coie aud wife, Lawton- A Vernon do
ville, SC '.IK Jones, Boston
JP Lawton, do lit It Williams, Baltimore
Miniature Almannc—Till* Day-
Sun rises 6 10 Moon rises 9 4
Sun sets 5 19iHigh water ~..10 33
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
, Monday, Ocl 23,1865.
Steamer Helen Getty, Ingraham, Palatka, etc —L S
Revenue steamer Nansemond, Goitlsbury, Balti
more, via Beaufort.
Steamer Savannah, EMrldge, Hliton Head
Thg A Getty, Mersltoa, Hliton Head.
U S Hospital steamer Cosmopolitan, Crooker, Hll
Brig Clara Picklus, Rodgers, New York—William
Starr. Reports: Off Cape Lookout, October 14th,
experienced a gale of wind from the South-east, and
lust fore topgallant mast.
Schooner Lizzie Batchelder (three-masted). Eng
lish, Bos on, with Ice and merchandise—Hunter A
Steamer Resolute, Cannon, Hilton Head.
Tug Starlight, Anderson, Fort Pulaski.
Per brig Clara Pickens, from New York—Albany
and Gull Railroad, Central Railroad, G H vrledge,
bell, Wylly A Cos, Brady, Smith A Cos, Brigham, B
A Cos. Ciaghorn A Cos, crane, Johnson A Grayblll,
Doyle A Logan, Erwin A Hardee, H Gowdy, N A
Hardee A co, U M Heldt, U B Lamar, W W Lincoln,
WAR Mclntire A Cos, M illen * Wadley, Miller,
Tnouias A Cos, J O' Byrne, wm H Stark, Tlson A Gor
don, C Vim Horn, K D Walker A Cos, AM Couen A
bro, K Habersham A Son, E Koetheke A Cos, J W
L turop, J U u nder, Hunter A Gammed, Schuster A
Per schooner Lizzie Batchelder, from Boston
hell, Wylly A Christian, Brady, Smith A Cos, Clag
horu A Cunningham, George L Cope, O Cohen, 1 J
Dunbar A Cos, D Falvey, c L Gilbert, Hilton A Han
ded, U V Marstou.S S Miller, M Newmark, H richer,
James K Redly, John L Vlllulouga, MAD Wadley,
J R Wilder.
Fer steamer Helen Getty, from Palatka, Fla—Col
Owenß, J DMatheson, W A Vau Wegener, D. Waldo,
Cal W Allen, James Feufield, 1 0 wen Jones, P w
White. Joseph Curdy, S II Kirby, A A Baber, Mrs
Gdch.Ht, Col Atkinson, D M Ingersoll, E E Adamson,
J Rosendeld, A Martin; A J Maxwell, Benjamin Peu
ileld, Wm Baza, George W Gilt, B F Van Truyl, S E
Foote, Mrs Baker, Col Stewart, and 28 deck.
Per steamer Cosmopolitan, from Hilton Head-
Brevet Major uen John H King and lady, Lieut Col
Smith, Utu C S Infantry, Major Culp and lady, Major
Wallace, 6lh U S Infantry, H E Henson, H w Allen.
FORI ROYAL, Oct. 21.
Os- 21—Steamship Fleet, Berry, Savannah
Off. 20—Steamer Lonlshurg, Dale, Jacksonville.
LIST OF VESSELS IN THIS PORT OF
Savannah, Oct. 23,1865.
New England, Hodges, 1,100, for Liverpool—load
ing at Lower Hydraulic press—Brigham, Baldwin A
Republic (Hrem) Smith, 800. discharging ballast at
Lower Eastern Wharves—Weber Bros.
Wisconsin (Br), Arcus, 95 ), loading for Liverpool—
John K Wilder.
Virginia, W»eks. 1044, discharging ballast at Drv
De ck wharf, Huioulsou Island—Lhas I. Colby A Cos.
Thomas Fletcher, Pendluon. 733, loadjng for Liv
erpool at Lower Hydraulic Press—John R Wilder,
Thomas Whitney (Br). Kelly, waiting—Bell, Wylly
Clara Pickens, ROdgers, 450, from New York, dis
charging at wharf foot ol W hitaker street—Wullam
Ida McLeod, Cook, 393, waiting—Hunter A Cam
Montlcetlo. Moon, 140, loading for Darlon, Ga, at
Lower Rice Mid wharf—Rlchardsou A Barnard.
LUzie Batchelder, English, 409, from Boston, dis
charging at wharf foot of Barnard street—Hunter a
Francis Satterby, Aiden, 810, waiting cargo at
wharfroot or Bull street—ogera A Caun.
John G Whipple. Simpson, 80, for New York—load
ing at Iron Steamboat Wharf west of Barnard street
—Rogers A Caun.
Scltr Julia A Crawford,. Bctlkley, loading, at Iron
Steamboat Co's wharf, for New York—L J Oullmar
ton A co.
Albert (Br), Rlordan, 106. loading with lumber and
shingles at Lower Eastern wharves for Nassau, N P
—Bell, Wylly A Cnristlau.
Honest Abe, Connery, 100. loading for Mew York
at wharf toot of Bun Street— Rogers A Cann.
Sodla, Crook, loft waiting—Rowe, Whitney A Cos.
U M'Mayo, Curtis. io, loading for Baltimore at De
mand's Press—Brigham. Baldwin A Cos.
Mary, Kelly, 330, loading for Boston at Demand'*
Press—Hunter A Ham men.
A strong north-easterly wind prevailed to-day and
the previous day-
By Blun A Meyer.
On WEDNESDAY. 2jthlnst, at 10 o'clock, will be
•old on Ihe pren.l-** of Mr. Henry Bart. oD Bryan |
street. Hire, doors eaat «if Barnard street,, opposite
toe Market House
SO Bedsteads, with Bedding complete
20 extra Mattresses
24 Feather Pi low*
. 12 Waahetsndo *
12 Toilet Tables
12 ate of Toilet Crockery
4 Feather Beds
4 Mahogany O.tomans
1 Ladie*' Mahogany Work Table
12 Window Shades
1 Extension Table
Tables. Chairs, Looking Glasses
And numerous other articles. td oct23
By Bell, Wylly & Christisn.
CATALOGUE SALE OF BOOTS AND SHOES.
WUI be sold on THURSDAY,6tIi test., at 11 o’clock,
la oar Sale* Jtooai
100 caees Boots and Shoe* c insisting of Men’s and
Boy v Balmoral*, Congress Gaiters and Boots Ladies'
aiicl Misses* Sewed au<i Feared Work of all grades.
Catalogue fai-oirhed on morning of ta;e.
By Bell, Wylly & Christian
at private sale
Deslrable Real Estate.
T»o first class Dw.lHiig Houses, three stories on
batemmis, with all the modern Improvements; 3l.ua
led lu a central portion of the city.
Avery desirable House on the corner of Charlton
and Tatuull street,, containing 3 Rooms, with gas
and water, uu the lane is a Brick Carriage House,
stables, Servants' Rooms, Ac.
16 Farm Lots, c> ntalulng from 20 to 29 Acres each,
near Lover’s Lane, witniu one tulle ot the limits ui
the city. A splendid opportunity tor Investment. A
plot ot the above Lota can be Sven at our store
We.t half of Lot No. 39, Washington Ward, Brough
ton street. Improvements Cc n*i.t of a Dwelling,
suitable for a small famhy. Will be old at a bargain.
By York, Williams, Mcln
tire & Cos.
Will sell at auction, THIS DAY, in front of store, at
16 bbls Whiskey
5 do New England Rum
4 hhds Hama
20 boxes Soap
6 bags Black Pepper
An Invoice of Dry Goods, Consisting of Gent's
Coats, Pants, Vests and Woolen Uudeieblrtß, Ladles'
Drees Goods, Pins, Ac.
1 Gross ol Pocket Flasks; j cases Boots and Shoes,
Gent's and Ladles' S.tawls. 0c124
BY OCTAVU3 COHEN.
Will sell THIS TC£SI AY, at 10 o'clock, In front of
3 cases of Shots and Boots,
damaged on board steamer Iluuter, on her passage
from New York to this port, and sold under inspec
tion lor account of the underwriters aud all con
cerned. Terms cash. octi4
By Edwin E. Hertz,
Ou TUESDAY, 24th lust., at 11 o’clock. In front of
store, will be sold, without reserve,
The following Articles:
25 cases assorted Ladies' and Gents Bools and Shoes,
new stock, jnst received arid of best quality.
20 sacks Liverpool Salt
60 boxes Layer Raisins ;new crop
4 cases C imax Tobacco—Smoking
10 c ses Condensed Milk
30 doz Assorted Genuine Rodgers' Pocket Cutlery
20 doz Assorted Tillatson's Pocket Cutlery
5 grossTlllats n’a Table Cutlery
20'cases St. Juln n Claret
20 cases I. Merman A Cods Boedraux Claret
5 a033 Deedet sheimer Wine.
5 cases Neuateiuer Wine
1 cask Jamaica Rum. gennlno.
1 cnt)L Santa Croix ltum, genuine.
1 puncheon pare Irish Whiskey
5 cases pare Old Bourbon Whiskey
1 bbl Purest Bourbon Whiskey
1 ha f pipe Pale Hennery Brandy
2 pipes Gin
6 caeca Comet Gin, very fine. Intended lor medicinal
5 cases I. F. Fine Gauterne. 2 otvi3
Rout. P. York, I ( J. RMolntiee.
M. E. Williams, ( \ P. H. Wash.
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE & CO.,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SAVANNAH, G -A. . '
60N8IBHMENTS OF 00TT0N AND' LUMBER
References in Savannah—Brigham. Baldwin A Cos,;
Erwin & Hardee, (Aden A Uncklcs, Isaac D. La-
Roche, Ksq ; Hiram Roberts, K-q.; Wylly Wood
bridge, Esq. ; Hunter & Gammell; L. C. Norvcll &
References In New York—Mcsers, Snnsuel T. Knapp
A Bro.: D. H, Baldwin & Cos eep2C-codlm
HI lIfiERT GOODS.
Xhave Just returned from New York, and have
brought out one of the best selected stocks of
Milinery Dress usods
Ever brought to this market. The Goods will be sold
1 will receive weekly the latest styles of Mllluery
under Scriven nouse, Corner of Btdl and Congress
ctd-lmo MR3. PEASE
ITCH I ITCH! ITCH!
SCRATCH ! SCRATCH!! SCRATCH !!!
WILL CORE THE ITCH IH FORTMICHT HOURS.
Also cure* Salt Rheum, Ulcers, Chilblains, and all
Eruption* of the Skin. Price 60 cents. For sale by
all Druggists By sending 60 cents to Weeks A Potter,
Sole Agents, 170 Washington street. Boston, Mass.. It
will be forwarded by mull free of postage, to any
pert of the United States. sept2l-3m
THOS. W. BROOKS
FURNITURE AND CENERAL
994 Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
N. B. —All ORDERS sent by Mali promptly at
ended to. Iv3l-tl
fOMSUK & MM,
Office No, 154 Bay Street.Sayannali, Da.
TtTE keep on hand and furnish to o-der at Manu-
W f.icturers’ Prlc?s,Englne,Footanu Hand Lathes,
PI nes. Drills Chucks. Bolt > utters, Ge.i Cnttcrs.
Wood & M.nn “Portnble Engines,” Hoisting En
gines, Wood Working Machinery of every description.
Stationer,- Steam Engines and Boiler-. Cotton Gins
and Presses, Saw Mills. Rice Mills. Grist Mills, Circu
lar and Mill Saws, Rubber and Leather Belting and
Hose. Gearing, shafting. Hangers and Puilies, Hy
draulic Jacks and Punches Pumps of all kin,is. Ail
kinds of Wood and Iron Working Machinery and
Agents for the West Point Foundry, E. A. Wood’*
Steam Gauge and Boiler Feeders.
OP* SEND FDR A CIRCULAR -ffA
COMSTOCK A KINSEY,
No. 164 Bay street,
OCt4-Ta,ThAS2m Savannah. Ga.
Grits and Meal.
p iILEM'S MILL RE-OPENED. Having porchas-
VT < and the entire interest from Mr H. UlTlem In bis
1 irge and • xtsnslve Mills, on the corner of Habersha .
street at and Perry stieet lane, we are now prepared to
furnish Grist and Meal at ftvorable rate* Corn will
be sold reasonable. All orders promptly filled.
octn-im lcdinqtun w Harrison.
B. W. Tilton, Agt.,
TT'ORMERLY Tilton, Worrall A Macy, Southern
f Carriage Wareroom*. No. Cl 6 Broadway, New
Manuiactory—Mount Vernon. N. Y. octe-lm
lAt 4(1 BUSHELS Choice White Corn, In Mcka,
1U"” Landing and for sale by
CRANE, JOHNSON A OBATBUX.
Ckdt'F.BlKi, LHtVOtM, * Cm I
TINE OLD BRANDY, WINES, Sc.
Peach Valley Whiskey-, Maple Valley Wniakyr, Pike's I
Magnolia, r pencer'. Old ltye, aud Fine
FOR SALK BY
C. W. THOMPSON,
At the Old Stand.
11l BAY STREET,
' A1 son's Ale, Mars' Ale. Apples. Potatoes, Onions,
Pickle*, Mackerel, Cider and Cider Vinegar.
octO ' ts
G. H, ARLEDGE,
7* BAY STREET,
■\TOW receiving pe'steam and sailing vessels from
lv New York, the following article*, which will lie
sold at the Lowest Market Price -
■ Brown and Crushed Sugars.
'Bbls-Beef and Perk,
Bols. Mackerel, S do., i( do. and kits No 1
Cases olive oil.
Spices of all kinds,
Heros, Ac. , Ac..
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Paint Brushes, &c., Ac.
S3T hip Stores put up at the shortest notice.
octl7 n, 3m
GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS,
ALE and Cider.
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
C. K. OSGOOD,
STORE 180 CONGRESS AND 65 ST.
JULIAN STS , SAVANNAH, GA.
WHOLESALE AND RET AIL DEALER IN
Groceries and Provisions,
Tin, Crockery, Glassware
N. B.—The highest Caeh Prices paid for Beeswax.
Tallow, Wool* Hides, Ac, ts t»ept 1C
G*o. R. Ckttmp. Wm, A. Weight,
Angußta, Georgia. Late of Richmond, Va.
GEO. R. CRUMP & (0„
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLES ALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Lipors, Tobacco, Segars,
SALTED FISH!, Ac.
209 Broad St., Augusta, Ga,
Will purchase and sell on Commission Cotton,
Tohaooo, PaODccs, and MEscbanolss of every de
Refers to tbe Merchants and Bankers of Angnstn,
Ga., Richmond. Va.. and Joo. C. FerriU, Esq., De-
Witt A Morgan, Gaden A Unckles, A. A. Solomons 4
Cos., -I. T. Paterson A Cos., K. Molina, Esq., Savannah,
KIRLIN.BRO. & BURKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
COItXKK WHITAKER STREET A.AD
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED & DELIVERED.
THE undersigned (for eighteen years of tbe firm of
* Cromwell A Blrdsall; Is now pre|>ared to receive
order* for his well known brand of choice
New Hulled Buckwheat Flour,
neatly packed In barrels, half barrels, quarter barrels
and bap* of 40 and 2434 ponncls.
Have alao on hand Fresh Ground, State and West
ern Flour. .Extra, Superfine, and No. 'i 'Superfine, In
hbli*. and bulf bbls., in lot* to suit purchase rs.
oct!2*2w 123 and 1 yft Rr<*ad sfreet New York.
looo bnslicla Liverpool Salt
2000 sacks Oats, black and white
10 aacks best Rio coffee
To arrive, 100 Balea Hsy.
octlO ‘ - N. A. HARDEE 4 CO.
H. G. RUWE & CO;
GROCERIES S LIQUORS,
WINES AND SEGARS,
Corner Bryan and St. Julian and
(FRONTING PULASKI HOUSE,)
Xtr Agent* for
ALE AND LAGER.
Contantly on hand, an assortment of
A A BOXES CHEESE,
tU 76 boxes Fay's Soap
Jnat received and lor sale by
octl# BRIaHAK, BALDWIN 4 CO.
Wholesale and Ketail Dealer
In Fin* Groceries, l oots and Shoes, clothing
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Sugar*.
Alao, Skehan's Olehratad
GOLDEN ALE AND CUAMPAGNS USER.
In bottle and In wood. •
I-ondon and Dublin Brown Stout, Scotch and Eng
lish Ales, Ac.
Liberal deductions made to the trade.
I*o BROUGHTON STREET, BAVANNAH,
and 62 Liberty street, New York.
P O. Hiltov, Savannah. F. M. Kjkdxll. N. Y.
193 BAY STREET. NEAR BARNARD,
Ate constantly receiving per steamer? from New York
The I.arge-t and Moat Complete A**or4-
ment of Giocorlea in the City-,
Orders by MalL accompanied wilh Remittance,
Promptly Filled, at Lowest Market Prices.
Randell & Cos.,
South "West Corner Bay and Bar*
Are now prepared to offer
At Lowest Market Rates:
200 bbls Ex Ohio Flour
100 hair bbls Family Flour
100 bbls No. 4 Hominy
fwj half bbls Hominy
CO bbls Sod-t Cracker*
SO bbls Sncar Crackers
100 boxes Crackers— Farcy, Lemon, Egn and Desert
lst'C*d<liea Black »nd Grteu Teas—Oolong, English
100 bags» oflec—SL Domingo and Rio
40 m ittso. G Java Coffee
&0 mate lSln9. Coffee
2i>o boxes ana xaio tors Layer Rabins, new crop
160 boxes Ad candles, Ci
lu) »»oxes Mould Candies
100 boxes Family Soap
si» boxes Colgate's Starch
Spices of all kinds • .
Almonds, Walnuts and Filberts, etc.
Wrapping Paper and Twins
Luckeia, Brooms, Sc,
To which the atteution of the Trade is solicited
oct2l . lw
SL'GARS-CrasLed, Powdered, Coffee, Yellow and
SYRUP—W. S. Golden in bbls
L a BD—iu tubs—C. and F Leaf
CM ELSE—State imiies, in small bexes
TOBACCO—Navy P< niids. li .b Funds. Tens and
MACKEREI-H.yi Bbls and Kits Nos land 2
SHOT—Ka*;io liiuiid all sizes For sale by
> RAN BELL & CO„
ac!2l lw S. W. cor. Bay and Barnard sts.
CIX TIERCES Superior Hams. Just received and
►J for sale by
CLAGHORN & CUNNINGHAM.
oct2l , 3
JUST received and for vale by
CL AC. HORN A CCNNINOHAM.
AM in Store ou Hunt,
BUGGIES AINU C ARRIAOES
Also, a lot of Fine Liquors, consisting of
SANTA CRUZ RUM,
BOhF.it'S BITTERS, Ac.
Which we offer on the most liberal terms.
VAN nORV HOLYOKE A MURRAY,
I octll-tf No. 9 Stoddard's Block
; MOM l m,
Grocers and Ship Chandlers,
CORNER BAY AND DRAYTON STREETS,
BFO leave to nforra their former friends and cus
tomers, and the public generally, that they have
resumed business at their old stand, where they will
keep constantly on band a full »a>ortmeut of Good* lit
their line suitable for Private Fumble*, Steamci a and
Sailing Vessels. Punctual attention given to all conn
try orders. lm octl9
T. J. DUNBAR & CO.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES. LIQUORS, SEGARS, IC.
147 13ay Street,
(NEXT POOR ABOVE REPUBLICAN OFFICE.)
We have the Largest Assortment ot
Whiskeys, Wines, Brandies,
Gins, Bitters, Cordials, &0.,
In the South, to which we Invite the attention of the
Trade. Call and compare onr goods and
octn . ts
ASTEN & THRO KMORTON,
NO. 253 BOWERY, NEW YORK,
MANUFACTURERS and Dealers In Builder.'and
Locksmiths' Hardware. Nails Pulilee, Cord. Him
i.ucke and Ru«bs, Butt. Hinges, Oran and Iron Key*
and Castings. Gong Bella Wire, Silver-Plating, Ac.
All orders, large or email, furnished promptly at lu
per cent, less than market prices.
QUACKENBOSU’S let Lines in Composition
Qnackenboeb'.e United States History
ig lackenboeh's Rhetoric
(Juackenborb'e Natural Philosophy.
Ann ail other Books used in the • svaensh Schools,
octrs JOHN C. SCHREINER A SONS.
Ladies of Savannah.
MRS. L MAS-ART, Jnst anived from the North,
will re-opeu her store this Monday at 119 Con
gri-ss street, vv Ith anew aud well selected stock f
Millinery Goods and ready made Bonnet, of the latest
style. Tuankhig her former patrons for past favors,
a 'continuance ol the same will be gratefully received.
Lessons in Fancy Work.
A YOUNG LADY, Ju*t arrived from New York, will
gi veLe-*ou* to Yeung JLadtea and Children, in ail
kinds of Fu cy Work. Call <n Broughton street,
second door east olBuU, between the hours of two and
th:*e o'clock. 3 oct23
Highest Cash Price Paid for
Empty Win© Bottles.
oct23 3 ICS Stat* street
sv/jo BALES Prime Northern Hey. per Schr Clara
10l Picketts For «alo to at rive
ut-u3 BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
C 0 L DIN 0 ’ S.
FOR NEW YORK.
Atlantic Coast Mteil SteamsOi, Cos.
,f. . The rerv fast aallinc n<-» shaauLip
atV-T' te V*IAD»k, entry, toiutnaiider.
positively sail on her regular
Wetlne.tUy, tilth last-, at 13 o'clock m.
For freight or pataage, having very elegant accom
modate, no, apply to
octXJ JNO R. WILDER, Agent.
Tns new and elegant first dam U B. Mall Steam
ship IDAHO, Captain CRAWL, wiL
positively sail for the above port on
Wedcsdoy, Oet. 23th, at o’clock.
For frelgnt or passage, having splendid accommo
dations, apply to
BRIGHAM BALDWIN A CO,
om.'t Stoddard's Building, opp. Poet Office.
FOR NEW YORK.
HATTIE M. MATO
Hbß will have quick despatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
octi6 BRioH i.M, Baldwin a co.
The new light draft Steamer
Will leave for tho above port
On Taeaday, Oct. 21, at U o’clock, a. in.
For freight or passage, having superior arcommo
datiot a apply to
CHAS L. COLBY A CO..
oct23 for Bay and Aherporn sts
Captain J. W. Morgan,
Will have quick despatch as above.
Till* Steamer Is entirely new, exceedingly light
draft, and Is of immense capacity, and was built ex
pressly for the Savannah river trade. Shlppera will
find it to tbelr advantage to patronise. She being of
each light draft la able to navigate the river at it* low
For freight engagement* apply td
F. U. MYRBLL, Agent.
oet2o ts Harrj.' BnlldingH, Bay street.
R. H. M^Y,
Will have dispatch for the above place. Goode receiv
ed at all time and stored In fire proof warehouse, foot
of Lincoln street, free of cost.
J M. KINCHLKY, Agent.. .
Office In Ciaghorn A Cunningham's
The May art ved in Augusta from B*vsnneh on last
Friday with her full freight If QCt9
Low Freights and Quick Despatch
The light draught side wheel steamer
“ Helen,” .Tames K. Riley,
Commander, will leave Stoddard'e Wharf on
Wednesday, Oet. 1)3, at T o'clock, a. m.
For Freight or Passage apply to
KEIN A CO.,
3 doors east of tho Exchange.
oct 23 2 114 Bay street
The new first class clipper'shlp
Is now loading rapidly st Lower Press, and having
large engagements will have quick despatch.
For freight or passage (taken at lowest rates) apply
to CHAS. L DOLBY A CO.,
oct 23 Corner Abe room and Bay Its.
-a The Schooner HATTIE M. MAYO,
SjpvYy Captain Curtis, having two-thlid* of her
I Im. cargo engag*d,wlll have quitk d»spstqh
lAa I Im, as above.
A dtek load will be taken if offered. •
For freight apply to
CRANE, JOHNSON 4 GUAY BILL.
The fast sailing regular packet
SCHOONER DE SOTO,
Haring the greater portion cf her cargo engaged,
will have quick dospstch. For balance of freight ap
L*ROCHE, GADRN A UNCKLEJ,
Corner Bay and Barnard street*.
Agents In Baltimore—Penderga.t, Fsnwick & Cos.
THE first class British bark TH >MAS WHITNEY
J. C Kelly, master, being of small capacity, will have
quick dispatch. For freight, apply to
octlO BELL, WYLLY * CHRISTIAN.
THE Al American Ship NEW ENGLAND,
Hodge. Master, having a large portion or
/WERlrher cargo engaged will be ready to receive
cargo at LowerHydraullc Press on the 18th
in at .
For freight er passage apply to
sepl4-tr BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
rrtflE undersigned are prepared to receive goods at
A their Warehouses—free of expense and cov
eted by Insnru ce—for ehlpment to Augusta and
points beyond by their regular lino of light draught
boats. Apply to CHAS. L. COLBY,
septSU—lf cor. Buy and Abercorn sta,
FREIGHT TO AUGUST!
ON and after this date the rate of Freight by our
Line will be reduced
50 Per Cent !
Our LI- • is composed of the following Steamers, *ll
adaptud to the trade, vis t
Iron Steamer AM 'ZON, Capt. Johnson.
New IronStoamer WM. G. GIBBONS.Capt. Philpol.
Steamer LAURA, Capt. Biller.
The Steamer Gibbons la In every particular a first
class Passenger Boat.
Insurance can be effected by our Line at lowest
BT* NrtlfhtretjMved DAILY tad forwards!
TWICE A WEEK
eep3S-lai EitWH * RAKOrE.
N E W Jj^YORK.
AND ALL NORTHERN AND EASTERN
The Staunch and Fast Sailing Schooner*
W. D. VAUGHN, - -.- 193 tone
ISLAND QUEEN, R. H. Conary, Master ITS tons
HATTIE MAYO, A. B. Curtis, Master. . 96 ton
HONEST ABE, W. M. conary. Master. - 86 tons
And others, comprise the “Anchor Line" of Packets,
and will have quick despatch as abeve
For Freight apply to
PATERSON A TUCKER, AgsntS,
Nn. it Stoddard's Building, or to
hOG RS A CANN,
. Savannah, Ga.
Dm Bowoo A . *n»;a*T. Agents, Ne a York.
SHIPPEhS TO AUGUSTA
4 RE notified ifi t ti*«y can store their good* any
-t day iluruut the week, to be forwarded by the
abavc Boats, w inch are the lightest draught running
to .\rrnftn, free of extra charge.
s*pv 4 KEIN * CO.
Via Dior ten, Brunswick, St. Mary’s, E'er*
uuudlna, Jacksonville nnd Plcolata.
fftHE new and fast steamer FOUNTAIN, Capt. G.
1 W. C*sTMK,wlli leave re above on TUESDAY,
the 24th Inst., at 10 o'clock a.m.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, St PsdeJ
ford's tVhsrt near White’s Central Cotton Press or to
M. A. COHEN, Agent.
Daring tbe s been re of the boat all goods will be re
ceived st the warehouse on the wharfby Mr. W. R. H.
Freight payable on Wharf.
Ship pet* will furnish weights and measurement of
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