I)r|i»rtan irf*U»»»ht|H»«(l tliantn.
101 l MW ((MkK.
•ncjoiahlp Idaho, Mommy Uviubcr tub, at «
fee* i'. m.
S-.. .ui.;np Varuua, Tuesday. November Slat. at 6
„ tux* P- “•
sieamabip Weyboaecti, Wednesday, Noumber Ist,
4 ; 11‘liiHf*
St, .inisilip Kaltagh, Wednesday, November Ist, at
4 o'clock p. m. . t '
steamship North foist, Saturday, November Mb.
4 t _ o'clock.
Steamer William (1. Gibbon., Tuesday October 31,
a t o’clocb.
' FOK CHARLESTON.
.Steamer Lizzie Buker, Monday, November 30th, at
; o'clock u. lu.
Steamer Fountain, every Tuesday morning, at
Steamer St. Johns, every Saturday morning, at
The Steamer Chase—Sbe ia Safe at Ra
leigh, N. C.
We are glad to publish the following telegram, re
reived by the Agents of the steamer Chase, at a late
hour Saturday night:
Mohehead Citt, Oct. 23th, 1865.
Messrs. Hunter & Gaminell, Savannah ;
Have arrived at Beaufort, N. C., out of coaL Will
leave for Savannah to-morrow,
w: D. RoATtt,
Commander Steamship Chase.
Martin’s Industry Ijght Boat Carried A way.—
A telegram from Capt. C. O. Boutelle, of the C. S.
Coast Survey, Informs us that the ltght-lioat station
ed at Martin's Industry, off Port Royal Entrance,
unite loose from her moorings during delate storm.
She wiH be> replaced aa soon as possible. A notice
to mariners will be found among tu« shipping intel
ligence. ' .
ANOTHER STEAMER FOB THE COAST TRADE.—On
Saturday evening last the steamer Lizzie Baker,
Capt. J. K. Richardson, arrived front Charleston,
having a large number of passengers and considera
ble Express freight, this making Hie first of her reg
ular trips between this city and Charleston, The
Lizzie Baker was Built vbout fifteen months since at
Albany, New York, by Braynard A Lawler. For
several mouths the Government has had the steam
er in Its employ as a transport. The owners of the
Lizzie Baker contemplate putting her on the route
between Savannah and Charleston, touching ut UU
toa Head and Beaufort.
Tiie Lizzie Baker Is finely adapted for the Charles
tou route, her accommodations for passengers being
excellent. The following are her duiteuslen's:
I.ugtli of keel, 100 feet; over all, 126 feet; breadth
of beam, *-’J leet; depth of hold, u feet a inches;
diameter of cylinder, 4 Inches ; length of stuoke, »
teet; face of puddles, f feet ii inches ; diameter of
paddies, 26 feet. The Lizzie Baker has a tubular
twller 22 feet in length and a feet face, ilyr passen
ger aeceominodatlons are sufficient for two hundred
and fifty to three hundred passengers.
Capt. J. K. Richardson, who Is in command of the
Lizzie Baker, is long and favorably known to the
traveling public as a sk,UTul coast navigator and
We return thanks to Capt. Richardson and Mr.
Elijah Braimtrd, the Purser of the Lizzie Baker, fur
favors. • *_'
FytoM Augusta.—The steamer H. H. May, Captain
Jones, from Augusta, with a good freight, arrived
lust evening between seven and eight o'clock. Capt.
Joaes reports that he leit Augusta un Thursday
morning. The only steamer lying at the wharf In
AUjjust* was tiie Amazon. Passed on Thursday, 8
a in., steamer Falcon fast at Sand Bar Ferrv, on a
lo.'; steamer Petit on Copey Gut Bur; steamers L'
Luos and O. M rettt at Trigg's Bar: Rebel und
CreatKastemat Silver Bluff; Heleu at Shell Bluff;
Union and Laura at Demere’s Perry ; Scorpio on a
og atTresyott Beacii ; Ouk, Berry and Clarion at
flerschmim Lake ; Caldwell aground at Hungry
Swamp ; Express at Green Log Bur ; Mayflower ut
Sister’s Beach, lightening. The river ts at present
lower than it has been known to be for several years.
The steamers passed, report their crews all well.
Two lighters or fall bats, loaded wltn cotton, are
sunk at Poor Robin, A flat was expected daily to
take off the outturn Passed at Sreel Creek the steam,
er Volunteer, bound up.
First Arrival of New Upland cotton.—A few
days since, Messrs. Kelu A Cos., of tills city, received
the first lot of upland cotton, carefully prepared and
baled for the market. The amount received was.
four bale*. It was raised in Burke eo., Go., by Dr.
Miller and Mr. W. A. Knight. It classed middling
fair. , , , - ■ . '
Attempt At Larceny.—Oa Saturday evening last,
a negro attempted to lyib the show-window of a store
on Bryan street. His operations having been disco
vered, one of the proprietors gave chase to the dar
key, but iho latter was too fleet-footed and escaped.
Classical School for Boys.—Mr. Wui. S. Bogart
re opens ills select classical school for hoys to-mcr
ruw, temporarily, tn rooms over tiie Drhg Store, cor
ner of Bull and Broughton streets, lie hopes to re
move to the Chatham Academy this week.
QUIETUDE of the city.—The excellent system of
Police now established In our city tiy the Govern
ment, lias had a perceptible effect upon the morals of
tiie city. From Saturday evening last, to one o'clock
p. in. yesterday there hud been made only twenty ar
rests, of which the majority wore for riotous and
Terrapin Stew.—Tito proprietors of tiie Magno.
lia House, corner of Drayton street and Bay Lane,
aid serve to their friends at eleven o’clock this
morning a Terrapin stew, with the appropriate ac
Arrival of cattle.—The t . s. Transport Loni
burg, Capt. Dale, with one hundred lieud ol Florida
****' vs, arrived in this city yesterday alternoou. The
cattle are la excellent order, jind will be Issued ac
cording to requisitions.
The Theatre.—The great drama of " Greeu Bush
es; or One Hundred Years Ago," ill the preparation
"f which neither labor nor expense lias been spared
by tiie enterprising managers, is produced for the
Urst time this eveniug.
Arrival of New York Steamships Yesterday
alternoou the steamship Varuua, Capt. Whitehurst
ami the U eyhossett, Capt. Parrish, arrived from New
koik. Me are indebtod to Purser Smith, of the Va.
rutia, and Purser Parrish of the Weybossett, for late
New York papers.
Blank Books and stationery.—Mr. B. Million,
bookseHtr, advertises anew invoice of blank hooks
and stationery, at his store, Congress street, between
VV hi taker and Barnard,
New School Books, Novels and Music at Scltrel
ber & Sons.
Thanks.—Mr. Wilkinson, of the Southern Express,
has our thanks for lute papers from the Interior.
Ftw THOUSAND DOLLARS,
MECHNIC BANK OP AUGUSTA
AND ■ !•
Eastern Bank of Alabama.
ureg.tf E F. METCALFE k CO.
S. Yates Levy, Esq.,
WILL LECTURE AT
-A-t St. Andrew’s Wall,
On Tuesdy Evening next, Oct. 31,
4T f. O'CLOCK,
■ « ..4,
Mu Ijr ct— * • CKtu kt U. ami J/iu Court.
„ Fjeeeetls to be w I fur the Bettedt of » Disabled
Ticket,, u i, (,1,1, To b» procured si the Pulaski
Njobek'e Tub.two Hloo , and Ut Ike urlwipnl
**“’ A F"lßv<'err •tart* lu file dly.
ifotol Arrlvii'lii. -
ITLASKI ROUSE, OCTOBER 27. IMS.
WM. U Wiltzuebokk A Ctx, Proprietor. *
PORT ROtAJ- ROUSE (HILTON lIKADI OCT. ill.
T t Barnwell and lady ;J Fitzgerald and lady
U Flagler, Idem U BCT |J V< Laugl.lin, TTuv N V
E F Bray Ij Wilson 7
A H Smart |J Nickolenn, (trOneoia
B P ooper, Hartford. Conn T H Payne. N o
K M Kidilen arid Uply, MV— l.regor, at Helen.
Miak M Miller, lio-.iou |j JHi Oeruau, AlOauV.N Y
A L Mklu, l a»i.i , A Uklj
J A steinihtuk do A Baker, Fla
F R O Baprig ,j Roach, N Y
Oiil J PS Coping and lady. D I ..mg. uork, Ireland
JJ • „ „ N Mount! i
Mnr S B Slurdevant, N Y 1
Ship|»ii, ts lßtvlli S euoo.
Miniature Alueanac—This Day.
Sun rises 6 14 Moon rises i ss
Sun seta. 6 lujlliga water 3 id
Notice to Mariners.
The light boat at Martin's Industry broke adriit
from her moorings yesterday (October 24). SUie wil 1
he replaced as soon as possible.
. CBari.es O. Brutblle,
Acting Light House Inspector, 6th Disk
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Sunday, Oct. 2D. 1865.
Steamship Varuua, Cooley, New York—John R
Steamship Weytrosset, New York—Brigham, Bald
win A Cos.
Schooner Albert A Smith, Johnson, from Balti
more, hound to Charleston, put in for a liarbor l wltu
loss of sads, Act. '
Steamer Win G Gibltons, Plillpot, Darien—Erwin A
hiesmer Loulslmrg, Dale, Jacksonville, with cattle
to O S If M.
Steamer Lizzie Baker, Richardson, via Hilton and
Steamer Fouutaiu, Castuer, Jacksonville, Fla—M
Steamer Kutilie, Bender, Hilton Il«ad
Steamer R H May, Jones, Augusta—J M Kinchley.
Steamer Resolute, Canuon. Hilton Head.
Steamer Staudish, Moore, Charleston and Savannalt
Stalling’s flat, from Augusta—Order.
St rob.bar's flat, from Augusta—E E Metcalf A Cos.
Steamship Leo, Merrill, Now York—Hunter A
Schooner Honest Aire, Connery, New York—Rogers
. Schooner II M Mayo, Curtis, Baltimore—Brigham,
’Bald wilt A Cos,
Steamer Resolute, Cannon, Hilton Head.
Steamer Emilie, Bender, Hilton Head.
Tug C T Sheppard, Bliss, Fort Pulaski.
Revenue steamer Nanseniond, Goldstmiv, on a
Went lo Sen.
Brig Mary Cobb, Duncan, New York.
Per Stalling’s flat, No. 6, troiu Augusta—l 27 bales
Per Stiobhat’s flit, front Augusta- 235 bales up
Per steamer Fountain, from Paiatka—9o bales sea
island cotton, 23 do upland do, 7 boxes tobacco, 2
cases shoes, 1 iron safe, 2 coops fowls, 1 bag wool, 1
bag potatoes, 2 rolls leather, 1 bbl tallow, 1 Mil
syrup, 30 sacks salt, and 10,fits) oranges.
Per Steamer W G Gibbons, from Darien—6B4 bales
1 Per steamer R H May, from Augusta—26o bales
1 upland cotton.
| Per steamship Leo, for New York—B32 hales up-
I laud cotton, 6 do sea island do, 8 bales domestics 41
half chests of tea, l piano, 1 case, 1 mule.
Pet schooner Honest Abe, for New York—66 empty
barrels, 26 bbls iron, 14 casks do, 4 bales wool, 313
dry hides, 16 bales rags, 20 bales pickings, 5 bbls
grease, 1 bbi metal.
Per schooner U M Mayo, for Baltimore—l 33 bales
upland cotton, 6 pkgs muse.
Per steamship' Idaho, from New York—Adams’
Express Cos, T H Balsitaw A Cos, Biun A Meyer, M
Holey, J Buckley, F Bull-, Bothwell A Whitehead, T
Bateson, Brigham, Baldwin A Cos, Crane, Johnson A
GrayMll, Cuuaiugliam A Purse, J U Cullen, T W
Cooney, Clagliorn \ Qpimlnghain, Champ A Christie,
J S Cohen, M A Cohen, Doyle A Lyons, J H Deppisit,
W M Davidson, J H Deiuund, at G Erlich, Erwtu A
Ltardee, L Fried, A Fawcett A Cos, D Finnegan, M
Furst A Cos, O L Gilbert, Guckenueimer A Selig, S
Gooilall, C Morgan, Hunter A Gammetl, Habersham
A Son, K A Hardee, VV Kelu, N ti Knapp, KJ Lar
comb.M Latan,J Lippmiin, S N Leilderer, J Laulters,
Mather A West, ,1 McMahon A Do, S ,Yl Meyer, W A R
Mclutosh A Cos, G Makens, Mullen A Biuen, F Af M.
fell, A J Miller, K O'Byrne, J Oliver, H \V Pease, J A
W itutherlord, Kandeii A Cos, P Reilly, H, G. R Cos,
J Uoseubantl, E li Smyth, A Stamm, Schreiner A Son,
0 sontbwester, Schuster A HetnsiuS, Wm H Stark,
Van Horn, Holyoke A Murray, A Waldrop, c White,
Geo Wcllbroke, J G Watts A Cos, R A Wilbur, Weed
A Cornwell, ll D Walker, J Luma, Wilson A Bro, C M
Muller, M Newmark, O H F M, S M L, F M, Dickson,
L A Cos, W E CouK, T Pepper, A Blakely, G Stopel, F
IS Cutup, aud others.
Per steamship Vurunu, from New York—Adams’
Express Cos, J G Bailey A Bro, Brigham, Baldwin A
Cos, J Bateson, L S Keunett, Bell.Wyliy A Christian,
M A Cohen, octavus Cohen A Cos, C L Colby A Cos,
S M Coldmg, Camp A Christy, Clagliorn A Cunning
ham, J 11 Deppisli, Einstein A Eckinan, s Farreliy,
M Feist A Cos, L Fried, Huuter A Gaminell, L C Gil
lette, I. A C, C L Gilbert, lioss A Gutman, Seaborn
Goodaik G Gemenden, Erwin A Hardee. Schuster,
Hcinsius A Cos, 1! nassett, H D Hawley, A H Ives A
Cos, G Eabr A Bro, Heldt A Ludlow, Lovell A Lam
more, A S Lee, J G Mathews, F S Missetl, H Mein
hardt A Bro, A F Mira, F M Myrell, J H Moses, De-
VVltl A Morgan, J McMahon A Cos, D Malielt A Cos,
Hardee A Cos, John Nhtaoiaon, K J Ntiini. George T
Nichols, M New mark, Warren A Plainer, VV 11 Pease,
Jos ltoseuhand, Kandeii A Cos, F J Knekert, J I. Kou
milhit, C 1) Rogers, Win H Stark, A A Solomons A
Cos, M J Solomon, Tlioinas Sweeney, Brady a Smith,
Dzlaltuski A Siager, Clmrles Slager, H S Salmer. E B
Suelder, 11 A lophaui. Miller, Thomas A Cos, Both
well A VViiiUtbean, J R Wilder, M 11 Williams, Hal
sey, Watson A Cos.
Per Steamer Weybossett, from New York—Adams’
Express Cos, Allies A Peabody, A M Scarbrough I! B
A Cos, Brigham, Baldwin A Co.T VV Cooney, c White,
M Culteu. crane, Johnson A Graybiil, 0 L Colby A Cos,
central Railroad, Duncan A Joouston. Jas Eastman,
K Ettrlicit, M- Gu.ltrliclt, Erwin A Hardee, O’Fallou A
Cos, M Ferst A Cos, Guckenheluier A Seltg, J Gilliland
A Cos, limner A Gaminell, N B Knapp, W li Luoas,
J McMahon, D Mallet A Cos, Pokier Bros, it tv Pease,
H G Bitce A Cos, I* Reilly, J lloseuband, W H stark,
Jas 11 Scribne, W I' Sergeant, .1 1, VTllalouga. Ueorge
Wilbruok, Mui lli-.t Weseolt, or assigns, Louisa Wolf,
Furdyce, Anderstin A Janey,
Per steamer Fountain, from Paiatka. Fla.—J L VU
lalouga, K Habersham A Sou, Brady, Smith A Cos,
Gadeu A buckles, M A Cohen, it P .burst on, Miller,
Tiiounts A Cos, A M Ross, Dzialmski a Siager, and
Pel steamer Rll May, from Augusta—N A Hardee
A Cos, U Cuhull, K liaoeishinu A Sun, Hunter A G»tu
rned, E /. .ehanas, J H Hull, Col Casltn, Adams' Ex
Per steamer Wm G Gibbons, frow Darien—Erwin
A Hardee, Octavus Cohen, aud others.
Pet steamship Idaho, from New York—J R Wells,
Wm E Asliutead, J M Howland, J Barward, A short,
Mr Wells, Chas H Morris, John R Warner, J A Lam
bert, James Young, T M Hurt, .1 L Patton, Mrs EE
Graves aud 'Child, Wni N While, Wm L Payne, Mrs
Mitchell, Miss Pope, aud 134 steerage.
Per steamship Varuua, from New York—ll Roths
child, Mr. McDonald, Mrs James Doyle, Mr and Mrs
Wadicy and son, Mr Whitcomb aud wife, Mr. VV
Bfouibain, Jos Robinson, E 1 Robinson, Jos F Mor
tou. c H itotiand, J J Dale, F Elrame. j Fetrls, Mr
Bediiuger, Moiiiegnil* and with, j G Tin ker, C
i; Boitiue, J Darby and son, llurry Topliuiu and wile,
Mrs Lizzie Lawrence aim lap children, VV o liarcott,
E P Plainer, W J Keiash, J Kdrein, P Frideuburg, C
VV Pike, E D Josseiyu, and lo steerage.
Per steamship Weybusset, from New York—W T
Richmond, Lie Witt. Biiiyn, Wll *v esh-ott, wUe and
chiiiL E H Ray, J K geumugs, Mix Mary A McLeury
andTiiree oLUdreu, tare j Dcl.orme, Miss a Wrigut,
Mr tloigau, Capt Robinson, Jacob Buck v, Mr Ali
mony, Mr Brown, James Eastman, E Bucnard, Wm
fCldey, Julia BtUdyl, Peter Morgan, Alonzo Debt, Jno
Luugipm, Israel Been, Edward Burge, Mr Gorman,
John Farmer, A McMahon, donkey, Ed Vaughan,
Julia Hastings, Wm Galvin, M Drury, Jjuu BulUvau,
Johu V Taylor, 0 auerlock, John Cuyler.
Per steamer Fountaiu, from Paiatka—General W J
Hardee, Miss Bailie Hardee. Miss Bessie Hardee, Mrs
Amelia Brinson, Miss Thomas, Miss J E Johnston,
MrsßeeUoii, Mis Rmgold, Mrs Launeau, Mis Jour
ueymau, Mrs BuiUU, S B I'i.o.uas, J Gillespie amt tour
servants, A Lyon, B R Davis, J M Clyatt, c Ram, sr,
e Ram. ir, Uol B BIG Rogers, J E Wallers, u W Da
vis 0 Frtedlauder, P D scarieti, H P Marstun, Rev .
J F U’Neffl, Kov B 0 Fraakiiu, W WUllapis, Captain
Lumaslut, J B pruudeu, B L Burut.
Per steamei Lizzie Baker, from Cfcarieaton—John
Trask, V E Lucas, Wm R McDowell, F K Darla, .1 C
Gibus, W u Uuustwii, 11 M Housleu, Miss L Houston,
Mrs L Armflenl, M keolka, J M lxgg«, Mrs Willis,
fir. Willis, J U Gw diuoti, J n Oraue, » H Clark. W H
clarity Juliu B Deuaway, D Mvlubuh, H D Bogart.
IVr Hleaiush p Leo, for New York—K F Johnson,
J Hoyt Wm A Mosley, Uobett Elllull, Wiu BuylJ
and iwty p Tßchley, ThomasC VVUsou, Mrs Hubert
S Wads, b llkii ) mt, l T A Godowlu, K w Williams,
W t, Welle, f H aslinurii, A Kppairin, Proteesur C
Mc'ltwarla, Masier u.o Miller, vTw Northrop, IIW
Mnmi' rt( •‘ r » A '"' *“<"“• '•"I" 1 t
Miiiei, C U Buell, a A MoUubueil, Heury Ainu*, Jottli
Hvuiy. BsiUUei M JatWM, Ml A Coilvn, A A 0, J Bose
J i Mahon, Capt Pna.v ’
Puar Royal, Oct. m.
L 3 (team tnn spott Empire aty, K Alexander
.uuuuandcr. from New Yora, Oclobvi 25'h. to b B
Per steamship Empire city, frotfr New York—Col J
B Goinu sad l.(ltaly , Lieut Lot J A Bogerr, Lieut col
W M Beetle, Capt W 11 Carlos, A Q M, Cant il 8v.,.
6Hi. A D ts, lAeaf v n Liiieiigiiart, Lieut J McKim,
Assisi surg F L’ Davh-s, Act Asst Rung F L o'Rmhrlg,
Act Aasi burg A L Eaklu, Ant .vast burg J Stay man,
Mrs 11 Damn. Mlsa r. Stanley, Mis- J Brsiliev, Miss
P Ely, Mu- E Ely, Mr II Nuriolk, Rev A B Wands
worth, Mrs Ali VVoodsworth and chlhl. Mish 1,.1
Chase, Mr- Dr U Sturdvaiit, Mis* 11 Coryell, Miss 1: A
Coit. Miss J 51 Lynch, Miss F. Lee, Miss Bartemaa.
Mis* M Abbott, Miss L A Ttiyng, Miss L Alexander,
Mr H J Ripley, Mis H J ttlpley, Miss Ripley, Mrs
Cupl Wall ,01.1 child, Mr J Bin kley, Mr J S K...Ueh'
Capt c U Campbell Mr John Campbell, Mr J Kelleu,
Mr R H Gladding, Mr J Cuscadeu, Mr C T Noble, Mr
J Spraudal, Mr 11 L Mareudlng, Mr G p Barlow. Mr
R Mu mow. Mr A M Bigelow, Mr C H Andreas, Mi
VV VV Reed, Rev T Steward, Mr It Moiyneux, Mrs 11
Molyueux aud two children, Mr Joseph liouuliiie,
Mr John Fitzgerald, Mrs John Fitzgerald and chUU.
PORT OF FERNANDINA, FLA.
Feknandi.nx, Fla., Oct. 27.
Get 24—Sloop Thunder, Smith, from Savannah.
Oct 25—Steamer LouM.uig, Dale, from Jackson
ville. Steamer Fountain, Castuer.
Oct 26—richr A F Kiudberg, New Haven, IThomas,
from New York 15th Inst.
Oct 27—Steamer Couonlcus, Tilton.
Oct 26— Steamer Louisbjng. Dale, for Jacksonville,
Steamer Fountain, castuer, for Jacksonville.
BY BLUN .Sc MEYErT
Gojd Furniture at Auction.
THIS DAT, at 10 o'clock, a in , in front of store, will
1 splendid Mahogany Wardrobe
1 Marble Top Hureau and Waebstand
1 Marble Top Centre Table
1 isofa j
1 card Table
1 Dining 'i'able
1 Sewing Table
1 11-it ruck #
Mattrefset*, Pillowy Blankets, Comfjrfers
Stoves and Utensils, Ac.
•iS bo.xos Urant &, William'a, 10s
14 boxes Family Soap
1 in/nice of Wooden and Wil ow Ware
l invoice of Perfumery. l octSO
Fine Household Furniture for Sale at Auc
BY BLI IV & IYIEYER.
Will bes >ld on WEDNESD.\Y, Nov. Ist, at the resi*
deuce of lift* Kev. Mr. J. Hosenleld, on Cbarlton
street, 3d door west of Barnard srreet, commencing
at In o’emek, a. m.
Uue Seven Optave Plano and Stools, several Parlor
Sets. Chamber Sew and Dining Room Fumitnre, Hat*
racktJ, D)iiiige.s Cribs, Ottomans, Wlrat Note, Ward
robes, P.uior Carpets, Dining Uooin Carpets, Orna
ments, Crockery, Glass Ware, Cutlery, and numerous
other articles usually found in a well kept house.
By Bell, Wylly & Christian
AT PRIVATE SALE.
Desirable Real Estate.
Two llrst class Dwelling Houses, three stories on
biu>eiaent«, with all tiie modern improvements; situa
ted iu a central portion of the city
Avery deniable House on the corner of Charlton
and Tamull streets, containing 8 Rooms, with £as
and water, on the lane is a Brick carriage House,
stables. Servants Rooms, Ac.
10 Farm Lots, containing from ‘2O to S& Acres each,
near Lover's Lane, within one mile of the limits of
the city. A sph-udid opportunity for investment. A
plot or the nbove Lots can be at-**u at our store.
. y AISO, „
Wed half of Lot No. S9, Washington Ward, Brough
ton street. Improvement* c< nsmt of a Dwelling,
buitable for a email fami'y. Will be ?old at a bargain,
Messrs. Bell, Wylly & (Mian
On TUESDAY MORNING, Oct. 31st, will bo sold at the
residence corner ol' Liberty and Drayton streets,
Splendid Furniture, consisting of SoL»p, Chairs,
Tables, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Bedsteads, Woo) Mat
tresee*, FeAtut-r Beds, Books,Cases, Brussels Carpets,
Gas Fixtures, &c.
Sale to commence at 10 o’clock. Articles to be de
livered immediately after sale. ‘2-octSO
UNDER WRITERS SALE.
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
THIS DAY, at P» o’clock, in front of store, will be sold,
for account of underwriters aud ail concurned,
445 boxes Assorted Candies
67 quarter-boxes Raisins
48 Dutch Ovens with Covers
Dumagedon board Steamer Leo, on her passage
from New Tort to this port, aud sold under inspec
tion ol the Port Wurdens. oct3o
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
THIS DAY. at 10 o’clock, in front of store, will be
sold for account of underwriters aud all concerned,
I Case containing—
1 case, containing 1 large Looking Glass, damaged
ou board Steamer Raleigh, on her passage from New
York to this port, and sold under inspection of the
Port Wardens. oct3o
BY OCTAVUS COHEN.
Will sell THIS MONDAY, at lUo’c'ock, at the state
of W. H. Stark, corner of Bay and Liucolu streets,
100 sacks Com,
Damaged on board Steamer Hunter, on her voyage
from New York, and sold for account of underwriters
aud all concerned. Terms cash. oclfiO
Savannah, Oct. 27, 18fi5.
The Municipal authorities having appoint
ed Port Wardens for (he Port of Savannah,
Ihe Board assembled this day and elected
THOS. HOLCOMBE, Chairman, and
THOS. J. BULLOCH, Clerk.
Parties interested will make application to
the undersigned, at the Exchange.
THOS. .1 BULLOCH,
Dunn & Brown,
HAVING opened an office at No. 25 Bay street, be
tween Uaijenbum and Price .treets. we are pre
pared to furnish crow* ai (be shortest notice,
0«0. 0. FREEMAN
kirn liblrAUr’i Mice.
rTtWO months After bat. applleatleH will be Made
A (o (lie (Atari of Ordlaary of Cb tli.o. wanly tot
leave to Ml all Hie reel eelate of Jaiov. Bilbo, jo
»»a«eo> air lav purpose of MairibnUoß.
SOUN u. VKMMII4*.
wB-llVto ' AilbriuteUslor. |
klHOOMhta, to, —■
WHISKEY F WHISKEY!
FIME t)LD BRANDY, WINES, fe;
Peach Valley Wui.ksy, Maple Valley Whiskey, Pike'.
Magnolia, >i*nw'B ORI Rye, aud Fiha
FOlt BALK BY
C. W. THOMPSON.
At the Old Stand,
111 BAY STREET,
(Herald Hnlldiug. J
A loop's Ale, Mare' Ale. Apple*. PoUlnea, Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider aud Cider Vinegar,
G. H. ARLEDGEr
72 BAY STREET,
YTOW r*ceiving pe-sleamand sailing vessels from
lx New York. Die I'ollowlug articlis. which will he
sold at the Lowest Market Price :
Brown aud Crushed Sugara,
Bbls Beef and Pork,
Bbls. Mackerel, X do., M do. and kits No. 1
Cases Olive Oil,
Spices of all kinds,
llcros. Ac., Ac..
Paints Oils, Varnishes, paiut Brushes, Ac.. Ac.
tyr~ ,shi|i Stores put up at the shortest notice.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
GROCERIES. WINES. LIQUORS,
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR TUE STATE OF GEORGIA.
E G. Hilton, Savannnh. F. M. Randkll. N. Y.
198 BAY STREET, NEAR BARNARD,
Are constautly receiving- per steamer, from Now York
The Largest suit Moat Complete Assort,
.went of Groceries in the City,
Orders by Mall, accompanied with Remittance,
Promptly Filled, «♦ Lowest Market Price..
G. K. OSGOOD,
STORE ISO CON ORES 8 AND 8 5 ST.
JULIAN STS., SAVANNAH, GA.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries and Provisions,
Tin, Crockery, Glassware
N. B.—The highest rash Prices paid fur Beeswax.
Tallow, Wool, llidea, Ac. ts eeptlti
Gao. R. Crump. Wm, A. Wsight,
Augubta, Georgia. Late of Richmond, Va.
GEO. 11. GUMP & (0.,
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries. Lipors, Tobacco, Segars,
SALTED FISII, &<s.
209 Byuiul St., Augusta, Ga,
Will purchase and sell on Commission Cotton,
Tomaoo's Produce, and Meiuiuandiuk of evufy de
Refers to the Merchants and Bankers of Augusts,
Ga., Richmond. Va., and Juo. U. Ferrili, Lsq., De-
Witt A Morgan, Gaden A LncklCS, A. A. So!otnon« A
Cos., J. T. Paterson A Cos., U. Molina, J£sq., bavaunuh,
KIBLIN.BRO. & BURKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALES, MIES AND LIQUORS,
CORNER WHITAKER ITttfiET AND
ORDERS rfeoNPTLY FILLED It DELIVERED.
i 1 1000 bushels Liverpool Sett
"M»j sacks oats black and white
10 sacks best Rio Coffee
To arrive, 100 Balee Hay.
oi-tto N. A HARDEE* CO.
H. G. RUWE & CO.,
GROCERIES I LIQUORS,
WINES AND SEGARS,
Corner Bryan and Bt. Julian and
(FRONTING PULASKI HOUHKg
rv Agents tor
ALK AN D LAGER.
* Ceaetantly ou l.and, an aeaormeat «f
T*/ T 6 b <IOM Ikmp %
I dual ftttolvedafid |«»» aaiu L*»
1 MUUiUM, MU>Wttl * Ul.
i... Uis.nuJlMUhl*. laijtolM(. tfo
Wksltttlt aad B«tsll Dealer
In Pine Urocsrkn, Bbets and Shoe*. OstkiMv
Foreign sad DumaMlc Wiuea, Llqnors rnd riag.re.
Also, ftkehan*. Celebrated
UOI.DKS ALE AND CHAMPAGNE ClfiKH.
In bottle and ia srood
London and Dublin Brown Burnt, Scotch and Rng
fish Ale*. Ac.
Liberal deduction* made to the trade.'
lIC BROUGHTON BTRKRT, SAVANNAH,
and 62 Liberty street. New York.
And in Store oo CoiisisiiMt,
BUUGIEB AND CARRIAGES
Alio, a lot of Fme Liquors, consisting of
SANTA CRrz RUM,
BORER'S BITTERS, Ac.
Which we offer on the moat liberal terms.
VAN HORN. HOLYOKE k MURRAY,
oetll tl' No. 9 Stoddard's Block,
JUST RECEIVE 1 1 and for sale try
STUART * CO., atocera,
OCI2J-3 Corner Bull aud Broughton etreetz.
I’WIIIIORJi 4' illllllM,
Grocers arid Sliip Chandlers,
CORNER BAY AND DRAYTON STREETS,
H a v u n n ii It,
BEG leave to Inform their former friends and cus
tomers, and the public generally, that they have
resumed batmens at their old stand, where they will
keep constantly on hand a full assortment or Good, ill
their line suitable for Private Families, Siesm«ia aud
Sailing Vessels. Punctual attention given to all conn
try orders lm octllt
T. J. DUNBAR & CO.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALEKS IN
WINES. LIQUORS, SEGARS, IC.
1 ■47' Bay Street,
CNEXT iXXJH ADuVE REPCBUCAN OFFICE.>
Wt* have iu<;
Whiskeys, Wines, Brandies,
Oins, Bitters, Cordials, &c.,
In the Soath, to which we invite the attention of the
Trad*. Call and compare onr goods and
IS hereby given that neither the owner* or agents of
the Steamer* AMAZON, GIBBONB and LAUKA,
will be responsible tor any debt, bill or contract made
by aiij of ihe oifleers or crew of said Nteamera unit**
muuti by writteu permisaion of
ERWIN A HARDEE,
. For Amenta and Owner*.
JNo. L. RouxillEt, Agent on \Umrf.
THIS unrivalled Tonic prepared from tha Pure
Juice ol the Grape and extracts, distilled from
tue Choicest Vegetable products ol the South of
Frauce, Italy atm the Province oi Castile (Old Spain,)
from which latter section they derive their name.
A Fragrant Toulc. Indispensable tu Hotels and
Restaurants, and QMuable to Families, delicate
females and children, lor all disarrangement or the
stomach, It Is unrivalled. A never
falling preventive and Cure for Sea Sickness. None
wko travel by laud or water should he without Uie
For Sal* by
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTrRE A Cos.
Sole Agent,, state Georgia.
ASTEN & THROCKMORTON,
NO. 258 BOWERY, NEW YORK,
MANUFACTURERS and Denier* in Builder**’ and
Locksmith*’ Hardware, Nails. Puliies, Cord, Him
Locks and Knobs, liutt Hinges, Brass ami Iron Key*
and Castings, Gong Bells, Wire, Silver-Plating, Ac.
All orders, large or small, furnished promptly at 10
per cent, less than market price*,
The regular Lecture's of the Twenty-Sixth Annua
Session will commence November Ist. The inflrmary
will open October 16th.
THOMAS E. BOND, A. M., M. D.
Pathology and Therapeutics.
PHILIP H. AUSTIN, A. M., M. D., D. D. S.,
Dental Science and Mechanism
A. SNOWDEN PIGGOT, A. M., M. D.,
Anatomy and Physiology.
F. J. S. GORGAS, A. M., M. D, D. D. S.,
RUSSELL MURDOCH, A. M., M. D„
HENRY HOBART KEECH, D. D. 8.,
Demonstration of Operative Dentistry.
THOMAS SOLLERS WATERS, D. D. 8.,
Demonstration of Mechanical Dentistry.
For information address
F. J. 8. GORGAS. H. D.
48 Hanover street, Baltimore, Md
TRY ONE POUND.
WA# m musw r “ rM#
That received « medal and honorable mention from
the Royal Commissioner*. the rODipetlou of all prom
inent raanniaciur. re of ’‘Com Starch” and•• Prepared
Coro Floor'* of Uria «ud other countriei notwithstand
The food and luxury of the age, without a single
(suit One trial will convince the most skeptical.—
Makes Puddings, t akes, Custards, Blanc Mange, Ac.,
without iuiuglaas, with lair or no eggs, at a coat at-
Umtshing the mnet economical. A slight addition to
ordinary wheat Flour greatly Improves Bb ad and
Cake ft Is also excellent for thlckeulng sweet sauces,
gravis* tor Sell and rnenta. soups. Ac. For Ice Cream
nothing mm compare with It. A little boiled In milk
will produce rich cream tor oclee, chocolate, tea, Ac.
Put up In one pound packages, under the trade,
marl. Maisena. with directions lor uar.
A moat delicious article of food for children and In
valids of all wee.
For wile by Grocer* and Druggists everywhere.
Whole**!** Depot, ldtt Fulton Street.
sntMm _ tleu era! Agent.
POB NEW YORK
P t O N E I R,
ui h,r cu '*' e^«ed
Fur Ueajiit apply to
FOR NEW YORK.
“ATTIi M. MAYO
will have quick despatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
OCUG BRIGU .M, BALDWIN A CO
FOR NEW YORK,
Atluut io Coawt Mail Steam
salt ip Company.
_ _ The very (hat sailing new steamship
-'Alt’*. RA LEIGH. G. M. Walker, commander.
poellively sail oa her regular
Wednesday, Nov. Is*., at 4 o’clock p, m.
For freight or passage, having very elegant accom
modutione, apply to
oct2S JNO. R. WILDER, Agent.
“FOR NEW YORK,
f f—en—n The new and elegant Screw
.rrOTr Steamship vARU NA. Captain
Y.'h ' Whitebnrst, will poelUvelv sac ou
—her regular day, TUESDAY. Slat
lust., ct 6 o'clock, p. m.
For Freight or Passage, having very large and airy
state-room accommodations, fitted up with alt tbe re
cent improvements, apply to
JonN R. WILDER.
fillip's Bills of Lading fnruUhcd aud signed in the
office. ’ OCI3O I
STAR LINE. “
FOR NEW YORK.
The fine Steamship NYevlvonnett, Pariah,
Commander, wil! leave for the above port on
Wednesday, Nov. la*, nt o’clock.
For freight or passage, having superior state room
accominodatloi a, applv to
uct3o BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
NEW gjjfias YORK.
THE new and elegant first cine* C 8. Mall Steam
ship IDAHO, Captain CRAW, will
positively sail for tbe above port on
Monday, Oat. Both, nt 4 o’clock, p. m.
For freight or passage, having splendid accommo
dations, apply to
BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO,
octSO Stoddard's Building, opp. Poet Office.
N E WJ^YORK.
AND ALL NORTHERN AND EASTERN
The Staunch and Fast Sailing Schooners
W. D. VAUGHN, - - - . 198 ton*
QUEEN, B. H. Conary, Malta ITS tons
ELLIOT, 160 tons
HATTIE MAYO, A. B. Curtla, Master, - 86 tnn
HONEST ABE, W. M. conary, Muster, - 8s ton*
And other., compline tbe “Anchor Lina” of Packets,
and will have quick despatch a* above.
For Freight apply to
PATERSON A TUCKER Agents,
No. 16 Stoddard's Building, or to
ROGERS A CANN,
Dai. Bxhoo A Cxaesaav, Agents, New Yorff
oct 20 ts
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
4 RE notified that they con store their good, any
Ja. day daring the week, to be forwarded by the
abave 1 lout a, which are tbe lightest draught runniug
to Augusta, free of extra charge.
repf* KEIN k CO.
Via Darien, Brunswick, Bt. Mary’s, Fer»
nandlns, Jacksonville aud Plcolutu.
fPHE new and fast steamer FOUNTAIN. Capt. <l.
A W. Cabtneh, will leave re above on TUESDAY,
the 31 Nt last, at 10 o'clock a. m.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, at Padel
ford's Wharf near White's Central Cotton Press or to
M. A. COHEN, Agent.
During the absence of the boat all goods will be re
ceived at the warehouse ou the wharlTby Mr. W. K. U.
Freight payable on Wharf.
Shippers will furnish weights and measurement of
Philadelphia and Savannah
The U. 8. Mall Steamship MINNE-
Xjh*-) J'ZTONK*. 1,000 tons burthen, J. W.
... ~»l._Lr> h.Hlcli Commander, will leave fur the
•-JjsFatotSiS— above port on
Butnrday, Nov. Aik, nt o'clock.
For freight or passage, having splendid accommo
dations, apply to
HUNTER A GAMMELL
octl9 84 Bay street.
THE first class British bark THOMAH WHITNEY
J. C Kelly, master, being of small capacity, will bave
quick dispatch. For freight, apply to
octlQ BELL WYLLY A CHRISTIAN
-Jrrv TTIE A! American Ship NEW ENGLAND,
iOTK''Hodge. Master, having a large portion of
J cargo engaged will he ready to receive
et Lower Hydraulic Pres* on the 16th
For freight or puetge apply to
aepl4-tf BRIGHAM. BALDWIN k CO.
The new first class dipper ship
TRY ONE POUND.
I* now loading rapidly at Lower Prets, and having
large engagements will have quick despatch.
For freight or pasaage (taken at lowest rated) apply
to CHAU. L COLBY A CO., .
octlit comer A bet corn aud Bay at*
The tael sailing regular packet .
SCHOONER OE SOTO,
Ilsving the grsatar portion of barearge .agagci.
will have quick dispatch. For balaac eof freight ap
ply to ■>
UnoOMI, a A DIN fr DNCKMtS.
Corner Bey and Barnard *treets. *
Agents 1* tlalilmoi* -Fes'lergaM, Fsawk-fc A Cm.
luiknia. ■ *
T.ig linr Q»»*mqh|o ,»**. •o-i * *.
Will a*U for Nioai.ov* port M v
Saturday, Mov. 4th, at o’clock.
For freight or pilataga, having elegant accoaunoda
“kiT 7 BRYAN, HART RIDGE A 00.
THRnndCTslpied tre prepared to raeaive good* at
A their Warehooaes-free of expense and cov
exert by Insurance—for shipment to Aanusta and
winu beyond by their regular fine of Hriit draught
boat. Apply to CHAS. L. COLBY,
sept29—tf car. Bay and Aberoorn sts.
THE STEAMER '' j '** - .
It. H. MAY,
•A Uncoiu street, free of cunl
Office in Claghorn A **““• '*
STOPPLNO HEAD AND
The new and fast salting Steamer
Capt. T.'K. Richardson,
Will leave Jones’ wharf, TO-MORROW MORNING.
at 7 o'clock.
For freight or passage, having splendid aoeommo
dalloua, apply on board or to
CLAQUOUN A CUNNINGHAM,
———a- ... —.. ■ .
The fast sailing steamer
AVM. Gr GIBBONS,
Capt. TANARUS, N. Phil pot,
Will leave Dillon's wharf, for Doctortown. on
Tuesday, Oct. El, nt O o’clock, n. lu.
For freight or passage, having ample accommoda
tlona. Apply lo
ERWIN A HARDER,
J. L RomiiLLaT, Agent at wharf. B-oct2B
FREIGHT TO ADGDBTI
ON and after this date tbs rata of Freight by ow
Line will be reduced
50 Per Cent !
liar IJue is composed of the following Steam era, all
adapted to the trade, via i *■:
iron Steamer AMAZON, Cap*. Jehffwn.
New Lon Steamer WM. G. GIBBONS,Capt Fhilpot.
Steamer LAURA, Capt Hiller.
The Steamer Gibbons 1* in every parttealar a flrat
Insurance can be effected by oar Line at lowest
tw Freight received DAILY end forwarded
TWICE A WEBS.. ’* ’ •
eepgSAm ERWIN 4 HARDEE. **
AKfiKSTi MERfflillm , LINE.
Lightest Dtaught Boats aa tbe
MAKING regular trips at tub
LOWEST STAGE OF WATER.
ALL GOODS CONSIGNED TO THE AQBNTS AT
SAVANNAH WILL BE FORWARDKD WITH
OUT DELAY, AT CURRENT KATES
Tbe new A No. 1 Light Draught Augusta bqllt
Steamer* * * . * -
R . H . MA. Y
AMD ‘ *-’ %
U NI OK,
Leave Anguata and Savannah regularly every week.
Aa these Boa’s were built for the Savannah River.
Shippers may rely upon having their Goods go through
without delay, at the very lowest «tage ol tbe river,
aud at luw rates.
Merchant, aud Shippers will bave their Goods con
P. M. MYRELL,
Agent Steamer Union, or
J. M. KINCHLEY,
Agent Steamer R. H. May.
U; T. JACKSON* CO.,
. Agents Steamer K. H. May,
CHURCHILL A JOHNSTON,
Agents Steamer Union,
octSH-tf Augusta, On.
INFORMATION WANTED ’
MY Husband, James S. Ashmore, Ca.lt, ififhQd*
Regiment, Jackson's Brigade, Bate'e Division'
was left sick at s private house, between Murfrees*
boro' and NoslrrUle, shout the 10th ol December
1*64. since which time 1 have hot heard from him
Any lull irmaUou concerning eoid .lames S. Ashmore
will be thankfully received by bis family end friends,
aud especially a distressed companion. Address,
EMMA S. ASHMORE. -
. Care of Joseph Llppman.
n|,t - 76 ' BavsauathQa.
Offices for Bent,
• APPLY TO
octo 18* Bay Street, opp. Mariners* Church.
A COMPETENT colored Servant lodo House-work
A for asms!, torn.*
octß-rf between Bub irndWhltahet sm.
so half bids Flour
9 bbls Crackers
... f£EF. *
O*lF-M0 Tubs Lari
U not called tor wUI be sold tor freight and expgaM.
octsa BRIGHAM, BALDWIN * CO.
m vessiJtggst astst
OARXT, city Building. Uiddsiord. Mains.
sapii d*wM» . :. j
<ivfoA. Mam*-. , —jESSs a_
' Wanted Immediately,
Fir CAM- ill the Regs. Old Lagging. tnlWirt
paper in tbs < %■
WARMM 0 PLATNML
(split (to May-st,