gAV ANN AH.
Departure aftlccmtlitpiaiul Itourn.
FOJ NEW YOKE.
steamship Hunter, Thursday. November 2d, hi
Meninslilp Nevada, Saturday November 4th, at S‘,
n’clocE a. in.
Steamship Zodiac, Saturday, November 4tlr, at
Steamship North Point, Saturday, November 4lh,
at 11 o'clock.
steamship Fannie, Saturday, November llth, at
o'clock. . " \
Steamer Gen. Shepley, Friday, November 3d, at l
o'clock p. m.
Steamer Fountain, every Tuesday morning, at
10 o'clock. " ,
Steadier St. Johns, every Saturday morning, at
Lecture of S. Yates Levy, Esq,
L ctures on historical subjects offer attracioa
bota to the lecturer and his audience. History ,n
lact presents a great diversity In tbs choice of
themes. The lecturer may explore some disputed
point of character and clear up the obscurity in
waich it is shrouded, of lie may hae m: the histo
rian of maauers, illustrStiug the social characteris
tics of the period; or blending biography with histo
ry, he may present pictures of eminent personage',
and if he possess any share of imagination he may
give to Ills portraitures the charm of dramatic delln
eation. Those who remember Tuaokeray r s Lectures
ou the Times of Georgfi the Third need no otUer re
minder of tlie attractiveness of these themes, in
which manuers, in the description of the lecturer,are
blended with biographical sketches and interspersed
with anecdote, illustrative of character. The lec
turer on subjects of Natural or Moral Science is cou
Sued to topics that limit his Held of observation.—
His narrative Is dry and often .Jejune—confined to
rhe enunciation of general facts or the exposition of
principles. His ottlce is more technical, than des
crip! ivo, more the result of formal investigation than
of picturesque delineation. He is the Interpreter of
Nature rather than tho oritii) of art, literature and
manners, which the historical lecturer often be
comes. s’ •
Mr. Levy chose that period of English history iu
which the transition from Republicanism to Mon
archy, and the contrasts of manners, this antitheses
la character or Cavalier ajid Roumihead—afforded
a great variety to the lecturer in the blended topics
which we have enu iterated, while iu t lie interests of
morality, the times of Charles the Second and his
Court afford ample materials. The social changes
following the fortunes of the “merry” monarch, the
d-pravity of manners, the corruptiou, of literature
in which that corruption, was reflected,'and the
open profligacy of air those connected with theCoait
presented a picture, the outlines of which could not
be drawn iu colors too dark anil the details
presented iu a light more repul3ive to moiata; aud
although the lecturer siteceded iu disguising the more,
licentious features, the portraiture could scarcely be
entirely successful iu masking the moral hidionsneas
Mr. Levy commenced his legturC at that period iu
Charles' history lit which, flushed with victory over
the enemies of the Monarchy, lie enters Loudon in
triumph, witli drums beating, cannon firing and all
ihe signs of joy arid exultation. His career is then
traced from his marriage with the Infanta of,Portu
gal, his intringues with women, his pursuit of sensual
pleasures, his gambling adventures, until d’ath
closes the scene by the simulation of religion. The
low state to which he had reduced the fortunes of
England,when DeTroiup sailed up the Thames with a
in'uomat his masthead, the loss of honor when his
necessities formed his sole plea lor robbing the Ex
chequer,with all liis other frahtiesand incoqsisrunsies
were narart'ed with much spirit and liveliness.
The audience were presented with n correct idea
of tlie blended wit and profligacy of the coterie that
composed the court circio at Whitehall—the brillian
cy of Rochester, tlie reckless gaiety of Buckingham.
, tin-mot and exquisite oouitiepsliip of Selwyn, from
the delineations, though concise, of the lecturer; his
uppareut discursiveness*.and rather rapid transitieus
finding their apology in the nature if the subject.
Mr. bevy at the,close of ins lecture grouped to
getlier with much success, the various traits of
Hilaries’ character—his good natare. Ins affability
aud courtesy, his winning manners and lively con
versation, Ins weaknesses, by which he became the
slave of women und the devotee of pleasure. The
style of Hie lecture was pertinent to the theme, con
, ciseaud spirited, wither he delivery was colloquial in
stead of being in that strain of declamation that is
better adapted to the stage than the rostrum, when
the object of the orator is not to kindle enthusiasm,
but to win and preserve attention bv a Conversational
style cf elocution.
Tub Civil Goyeexjiest op Sayankaii. —The City
Council upon the restoration of their civil functions
yesterday, appointed tlie following officers r
Chief of Police, Rout. li. Anderson, salary ; 2d
Lieutenant, William Wray, salary ; 2d Lieutenant,
Ciias. Bell, salary; City Marshal, Lyde Goodwin,
-alary t Clerk of Council, Janies Stewart, salary ;
Treasurer, B T. Gibson, salary ; Judge City Court,
Walters. Chisholm, salary LCjerk, Philip M. Rus
sell, fees ; City Sheriff, Ciias. J. White, lees ; Health
Officer. Dr. J. T. McFarland, salary and fees ; Jailer,
Waring Russell, salary und fees ; superintendent
of streets and Lanes, William Stroll, salary;
B iard Pori Wardens, Tlios. Holcninbe, Chairman :
Laurence Chnneil, S. P. Bell, R- T. Turner, Levi S.
liUAtcll, fees; Clerk Board of Pil'd of Port Wardens,
Thomas J. Bulloch, fees'. Weighers of Hay, Andrew
Goebel. Patrick Naughton. fees. Measurers and In
spectors of Lumber, C. W. Weber, S. F. O'Neal, Jas
A. Zittioiicr, John Judes, Nicholas Wolfe, fees.
There not being a quorum present last evening at
the first meeting of the Hon. Mayor and Aldermen,
uo action was taken.'
RiVEtt News.—The steamer Helen, which arrived
yesterday from Augusta, reports that there was a
rise jn tlie river at Augusta of two fleet on the 29th
ult, but that it was falling rapidly again on the 31st
The Helen left Augusta" at 8 a. m. ou Tuesday.—
The steamers Amazon, Union and Express were
lying at the wharf there. Coming down the Helen
passed at Bugg s liffr the steamers Petit and Euos;
Bteamer Caldwell at Lower Silver Bluff, and the
Scorpio near Talomiqb Landing.
The steamers Oak, Clarion, Berry and O. H. Potter
were tied up at Hershman’s Lake, awaiting the rise.
Ar.uivAi.oi-vrHE Steamship Chase.—The steam
ship Chase arrived in port last eveniug, reaching her
wharf at about half past five o’clock. The Chase
was roughly dealt with by tlie great storm, ioshig hey
lore-topmast, and getting entirely out of coal, which
made it necessary to put into Beaufort, N. C. A por
tion of her cargo was I brown oveiboard during the
c alc. Tlie Chase left Beaufort for Savannah on Mon
day last at 2 o’clock in the afternoon, making the re
mainder of Iter eventful voyage without accident.
A Scarcity op Mile.—Within the past ten days
the dealers in milk have gradually been cutting
down their supplies to cnitotaers. Nearly all tie
milch cows kept in Savannah are going dry. Fanil
lies who mainly depend on their milch cattle for
support, are now in a distressed condition. It is a
paiuful fact that there la at present no secure pas
turage near Savannah, in such numbers do the cat
ile thieves infest tlie neighborhood. We shall, there
fore, all he compelled to resort to condensed milk,
or tfiiik pnt up in cans.
From Fioßida.—The steamer Helen Getty, from
P.ilatka, via Jaeksonville Ac., arrived last evening
'vitli a large number of passengers and a heavy
freight, consisting of 1.13 bales Upland Cotton and 15
bales Sea Island, consigned to L. S. Bennett. Purser
1). M. Bennett has-our thanks for favors.
Personal. —Capt. John 11. Mars, Chief Marine En
gineer, Department of South Carolina, arrived yes
terday by the tug Relief, Capt. Morris, from St. He
lena, S. C. _ Capt. Mars visits Savannah on official
11EFORE CAPT. CLARE 11. REMICK, PROVOST'MARSHAL,
DISTRICT OP SAVANNAH.
, Savannah, Nov. Ist; 1885,
Andrew Leonard (colored) vs, dames Tatnall (co
lored.) Recovery of a stolen mule. From the evi
dence in this case it Appeared that tile defendant was
In the legal possession ol a mule which had been
a olen, but that he was not the thief. The mule was
ordered to be restored to the plaintiff, and defendant
It was further ordered Shat John Johnson (colored)
who sold the mule be ordered to' reftutd the sum of
lift v-five dollars to defendant and pay the costs of
conn ; and in default be closely conflned in Jail until
the amount us principal and coats are paid,. Counse
fur plaintiff, Hon. P. M. Russell, for defence, J. R.
Sulliav. Esq, 1
John Gilliland A Cos. va. Bannister Hootl (colored )
on a ra-hearlng of this cause by order of tint General
Commanding, It was ordered that the defendant pay
to plaintiff the sum of forty-aeron dolhtrs and ten
centa, In twu tnstuilmeats, and pay joMn of suit.
The Untied Slums va, K linuud Carter and Spencer
Howard (bhth colored.) Larceny of mules Found
guilty. It waa ordered that the defendants be bu
prtsoaed iu cii.Uiaiu County Jail tor three inoullu
wtch, or |«y a aae of twenty Br* dtfihtrs each
Hotel Arrivii Im.
PORT ROYAL HOUSE (HILTON HEAD) OCT. 31.
A P Ket. liman, t’apt and M C Novae, union Head
A DC, Charleston I Miss s Weotrop do
M Taylor, Jersey City I Mina M Fowler, do
Capt Rogers. Newark W Pullman. do
Cajpt J C OasHC)-, Bed Fort o Mecartv, St Helena
Capt t iebl, 138th l Hc T G f* Marlon, s c
Capt J C Kundleu,A AWM J Moore. do
Bcahiort Ip H Gould, Cuba
Capt Rife, dth U 81 'Capt J C Parker, C S Johu
Capt Bedell, I2sth CBCT Adams
P Carroll, liiltun I ietui HCrowejl do
AC Bane s, N Y
f*ltii>|rin tf liitellijgouce.
Miniature AlaiKUai I'Ll, Day.
Sun rises 8 17 Moon rises o it
Sun sets 5 10; High water 6 13
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Tvesday. Nov. 1,1886.
Pioneer Steamship Chase, Roth, New York—Hun
ter A Gammell. •
L' S Revenue steamer Nausemond, Goldshury, from
Ship Mont Blanc, Donnell. Philadelphia.
Steamer Helen Gettv. Ingraham, I’alatka, etc—L S
Steamer Helen, Reilly, Augusta—Rein & Cos.
Steamer Rockland, Beaufort, Charleston, via Hilton
Head aud Beaufort—l. S Bennett.
Steamer Emitie, Bender, Hilton Head.
Tug Itehe l, Norris, St Helen Master.
Strober's five fail boats, from Augusta.
Peeler's fiat, Augusta—John R.Wilder.
Casey’s flat, Augusta.
Steamship Weybosset, New York—Bilgiiam, Bald*
wm A Cos.
Steamship Raleigh, Walker, New York—John R
Schr Anna Sims, Alfred Biota, for Traders’ Hill.
Steamer R n May, Jones, Augusta—J M Klnchiey.
Per steamer Helen Getty, from Florida—l2B bales
upload cotton, 1C do sea Island do, CO sacks salt, 03
s teks rice, 3 bales wool, 4 boxes oranges, 9 bbls oys
t irs, 49 hides, 1 lot furniture.
Per Helen, from Augusta— lo boxes tobaceo, 25
bags dried fruit, 133 bales upland cotton, 25 do sea
Island do, 87 do domestics.
Per steamer Rockland, from Charleston— s bales
sea island cotton and mdse.
Per Peeler's flat, from Augusta—l 33 bales upland
' Per Casey’s flat, from Augusta—43B bales upland
Per Strober’s five fall boats, from Augusta—2S3
Fer steamship Weybossett, for New York—Bo7
biles upland cotton, 10 do sea island do, 87 bales
Per steamship Raleigh, for New York—l,ooo hales
upland cotton, 05 bales domestics.
PORI’ OF PORT ROYAL.
Port Royal, Nov. 1.
Oct 30—Cutter Kewauee, Pease, Fernandina.
" Steamer Edward Everett. Davidson, N Y.
“ Schooner ilarper, iguiub.v, Boston.
Oct Bt— Steamship Gen J K Barnes, Morion, Sa
Oct 28—Steamship Patapsco, Neff. New Y ork.
“ “ Guiding Star, Berry, do.
“ “ Empire City, Alexander, do.
Per steamship Chase, from New York—Adams' Ex
press Cos, G H ArleUge, Brigham. Baldwin A Cos, T H
Balsiiaw A Cos, Brady, Smith A Cos, N K Barnum, J A
Baron, Blim A Meier, N K Baum, M A Cotieu, Oe
lavus Cohen, F W Cornwell, c L Colby A Cos, Crane,
Johnson A Uraybill, O A S Q Camp, A Duocansou,
DoWitt A Morgan. J 11 Deppish, M Duggan, i’ M De
Leon, Krwiu A Hardee, Einstein A Ecktuau, \V li
Fuller & Cos, M Ferst A Cos, G C Freeman A Cos, VV H
Grady, C 1, Gilbert, L J Guilmartm and: Cos, Georgia
Kailioad altd Banking Cos, Hess x Gutman, Hilton <r
llandell, N A Hardee, Halsey. Watson A Cos, Hunter
A Gammell, Kein A Co,J H Kincblev. Kirliu A Burke.
E U Koike A Cos, Levy <£ Lyon, James Leavy, Liuville
A Gleason, ,1 Lama, Loveli & Lattlmore, W W Lin
eolu, R J LareomOe. M JicDonahl, M S Meyer, H
Melahard A Bro, uarey, l ay <£ Cos, G T Nichols, Juo
Oliver, G'W Porter, O L Rogers, Rogers A Cairn,
lticiiardson A Barnard, Reseller A Cos, Kaudel! A Cos,
P M Handell, Southern Express Cos, W H Sherwood
A Cos, Wm H Stark, A A Solomons A Cos, 1 R Sealy A
Cos, Schuster A Heiusius, J c Sobrfctner d-Co, Setlb
uer a. Whitman, j T Thomas vfe co, 1 Tattnall, B u
'lilden, Tyson A.'Gordon, JL Vilialonga, Wtu Wolf,
W 11 Wiltberger A Cos, Weed A Coruwc-ii, A Waldron
J it Wilder, C White, York, Williams, Mclutlre A Cos,
Yonge <& Nixon, and others.
Per steamer Helen Gettv, from Florida—L S Ben
nett, crane, Johnson A Uraybill, Heui'v Bryan, .1 L
Vilialonga, Stdwart A Cos, H B Mai sum, W U Mc-
Gowan, K Solomon, E P Brown, Jacob Ltasner,. Capt
Per steamer Helen, from Augusta—Halsey, Watson
A Cos, Rein A Cos, John R Wilder, Johu i. Vilialonga,
J M Screven, Crane, Johnson A Gra.vblll, J J Uorres.
Per steamer Rockland, from Charles on—John R
Wilder, L S Bennett, J S Thompson A Cos.
Per Strober’s five fad boats from Augusta—John
W Anueram, Wm H Burroughs A Cos, R Habersham
Per steamship Chase, from New York—B Brown,
.1 Rosenband, X Kaltrs and lady, K Richardson, M
Weiglierr, II Lawrence, F Dodd, S Crlppen, ladv and
three children, W Feldman, Joint Archer, George A
McCleskey, J B Guerard, J W Springer, J McNicuols,
M<s McMahon aud two children, Miss Gaston, Mrs
Hill Gowdy,, two uurses and two children, Mrs O S
Gay, Miss M Rawsou, Miss A C Lurks, and six in the
Per steamer Helen Getty, from Florida—Mrs Triay,
Mrs Boyle aud iwo children, W H Jones and lady,
J G Williams, lady aud fottr children, R G Masters.
A S Lee, G W Green, Wm Axson, YV C Burgess, R D
Vining, W P Scott, J L Blanchard, S A Knight, G W
Fisher, A HoilSees, R Tompkins.
Fer steamer Helen, from Augusta—Mrs J P Brooks,
Jordan Brooks. Anderson, M Knight, Tharp,
Mrs Barnwell, W Blodgett and lady, D Bulloch, H C
Cady, B F West, Capt Evason. y
Per Bteamer Rockland, Charleston—C Hale, Mrs
Hale and family, J M liappold, wife and servant, I.
Greenfield, Austin Smith and wife, C S Brice, E
Townsend, Mr Jllson, W Van Vorlies, Mr Longhlan,
Mr Nye, Mr Dressor, A Cartel', J Goidsmead, 1. A
Barnes, A A Lane aud wile, Mr Maulv and wife, Ml'S
Hutchings, Mrs Brooks,. Miss E smith. Mis Ware.
Per steamship Weybossett, for New York—Major
Gen D Weeks, J W Randall, li II Lawrence, J G Ilef
rernau. B F Voorhees, Mrs B F Voorhees aud ch ild,
C H Morris, J Phillips aud lady, E P lloniick, J V
Harrison, 11 Crowell, J H Gould, Capt Parker, aud
Per steamship Raleigh, for Sew York—Mrs S A
Cooly, Miss E Clay, Miss West, Miss Louisa Ker. Miss
E Ker, 11 Miller and lady, I> C Small, A M Chose,Geo
W Itrowu, Mis M F Earle, John II fJogert, D Scuda,
Mrs A W Brinson, S B Thomas, T J Stulty, W P
Seville, Joseph Eldeu.
On BoardSteamsbip Chase, i
Savannah River, Nov. 1. ’65. (
We, the nnderslgned, passengers from New York
anil bound to Savannah, hereby wish to express and
acknowledge our appreciation of the noble efforts
put forth by Captain Roath aud his officers, of the
sieamship Chase, during the storm while off Hat
teras, believ lug as we do that it was through their
untiring perseverance and energy, and a kind Provi
dence, that the vessel and the many lives on board
tbe same were saved. We also wish to ex press our
thanks to him and|them ror the uniform kindness
shown both before and after the storm.
Wishing them long life aud success In all nnder
.taklugs, we remain, very truly,
J. Rosenbuud Paul Crippen
C. Richardson Geo McCieskey
B. Brown Susie (1. Crippen
L Strauss Mrs Hill Gowdy
John Archer Mary liawsou
Archibald Duucanson Mrs C. S. Gay
J alius Feldman Marv Gaston
James K. Jordon , Mrs McMahon.
Li IST OF VESSELS IN THE PORT OP
Savannah, Nov. l, 1885.
Zodiac, flulkley, 6-30, from Sew York—loading
at wharf foot of Abercorn street—Hunter and Uam
Steamship Hunter, Rogers, 515, from New York—
loadiug ai wharf foot of Lincoln street—Hamer
Chase. Booth, from Sew York, at Central Cotton
Press—Hunter k Uauunell.
Mont Blanc, Donnell, 700, waiting.
New England, Hodges, 1,100, lor Liverpool—load
ing at Lower H) drawls Press-Brigham, Baldwin Ji
Republic (lirein) Smith, 800, discharging ballast at
Lower Eastern wliarves- Weber Bros.
Wisconsin (Br), Arcus, 080, loading for Llverpool-
John K Wilder.
‘til's. Weeks, law, dtsrhtrglng ballast at Dry
Dock wharl, Mutcblaou Island-Ohas L Colby 400.
1,,r, ' 1t0u *' vsitlug'-Ball, Wjrlly
LtJoWiy^kCkJ 1 w6»rf f'Sil if- Abemurn snoot cha#
Clara Plckena. Rodgers, 450, from New York, db.
charging at whirl foot of Whitaker sheet—William
Ida McLeod, Cook, 393, wailing -limiter A Gant.
Lizzie Batehcliler, FngUsh, 409, from Boston, dts
eimrgutg at vrusit loot ot Barnard street—Ruiner A
Electric Spark, Taber, 03, waitiug—Master.
Pioneer, Tucker, 394, loading for New York si
Welter’s wharf—L J Uui'.marttn A Go.
Francis Sain By. Aided, 310, waiting Cargo zt
wharf loot of Bull street—Rogers A Cam:.
John li Whipple. Simpson, 80, for New York-load
ing at Iron Steamboat Wharf w est of Banian! street
—Rogers A Cairn.
BmHa, Crook. 150, waiting—Rowe, Wliitnev A Cos.
AUCTION SALES! ~
By Bell, WyUy & Christian
AT PRIVATE SALK
IV o first cias* Dwelling Houses, three stories on
basements. With nil the modem improvements: situa
ted iu a central potion of the city.
Avery des*table llou>e on the corner of Chariton
aud Tatuall romaining S R -o ns. with fia*
und waier. On the fftlie is a Brick Carriage House,
Stables, Servants’ Rooms, Ac.
10 Farm Lots, c ntaiuing from 90 to 29 Acres each,
near Lover’s Lane, within one mile of the limits of
tiie city* A splendid opportunity lor investment. A
plot of the above Lots can be seen at our store.
West half of Lot No. 39, Washington Ward, Brough
ton street. linprovemints er ntist of a Dwelling,
suitable for a small family. Will bo told at a bargain.
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
THIS DAY, at 10 o’clock, in front of store, will be sold
for account of underwriters and all concerned,
1 Case, No. 4201, containing
I piece Delaines
10 pieces Ginghams
40 pieces Prints.
1 Case, No. 315, containing
5 due Hosieiy
0 doz Wool Scarfs
doz Breaaiust Sontags
G doz Nubies
II Trunks and 1 ValLse.
Damaged on board steamer , lrom New York to
this port, aud sold under inspection of the Port War
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
A Large Lot of New Furniture lor sale at
On FRIDAY next, 3d mat., at 10 o’clock, in sale mom,
N. W. corner Bay aud Whitaker streets, up stahvs
will be sold >
4 Cottage Chamber Sets
10 doz Maple Rosewood aud Striped Chairs
* do* Floral Wood Chairs
2 dor. Washing Wood Chairs
lo doz Quincy Wo<»d Chairs
1 doz Child's High Chairs
* a doz cahe Buck Hocking Chairs
l 2 do* Wood Rocking Chairs
lo doz Common Wood Chairs
4 4‘j feet R. C. Bedsteuu.s.
50 caae9 Ladies’, Gentlemen’s, Misses’ and Boys*
Boots. Shoes, Balmorals, Congress Gaiters, &,*. Cata
logues at sdio. 2-nov2
By Bell, Wylly A iiirlfitlan.
On SATURDAY next, at 11 o’clock, in front of store,
will be sold,
The w> stern tenement Brick House, fronting State
street, opposite tho Lutheran Church, containing six
rooms, with gas, cold and hot water throushom
house, with cooking a good biick building u*r
kitchen, servants’ rooms, Ac. 3-nov2
Mules aud Horses at Auctiou.
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
THIS DAY, at lo o’clock, iu front of store, will be
Three fine Mules and two fine Marcs, all young aud
One C mule Wagon. nov2
Mules, Mules, Mules.
Bv Belli Wylly & Christian.
On WEDNESDAY next, 3th inst., at 12 o’clock, m, iu
iront Os store, will be sold,
TCn prime Mules, Seven Timber Carriages, Lock
Chains, Harnesses, and Sixty Club anu Broad Axes.
Sale positive to close a concern. Terms cash,
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
AT PRIVATE SAtE.
123 Share* Central ltailroa 1 Stock
la shares Atlantic undGuif Railroad Stock
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
Heal Estate at Auctiou.
On SATURDAY, 4tli inst., at 11 o'clock, will be sold in
trout of store, corner Bay and Whitaker streets,
West half of Lot No. 39, Washington Ward, on
Broughton street, between Price and Houston streets.
The improvements consist of a dwelling house with
South half of Lot No. 14, Berrien Ward, on Berrien
street, and extending through tiora Tatuial to Jefferson
streets, 40 by 7o ieet. improveincute consists of a two
story house, with four large rooms, f uc largo ciosets
aud a store attacned, and good kitchen. The above is
well located for a business stand.
A valuable Lot and improvements, consisting of two
tenements of wood, oiro and a half stories, on Duffy
street, between Whitaker and Barnard streets, Ogle
thorpe Town, tie feet front by 100 ieet deep. The lot is
fee simple and titles warranted.
Two corner tenement houses, in the rear of Rose &
Arkwright’s Foundry, and fronting on Indian street.
The dwelling contain each lour rooms, with back
piazza, and have iurge yards, with suitable outhouses,
aud well adapted for residence of small families. Tiie
lease of property expires ou theldth day o: June, lt«‘),
wneu the Improvements will revert to tho owners of the
iand. Any iurtuer information respecting this propex
ty can bo had on application to Bell, Wylly & Christian,
or to Rose Jt Arkwright, at Pioneer Saw Mill. Salp
positive. • 2-nov2
BY BLVN & ULYLK.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, in front of store, will be
10 bbl« Apples
10 bbln Onions
*29 boxes Colgate’s No. 1 Soap
So gross Smoking Tobacco
1 case Htationery
1 car»e Notions
4 Shoes 9
And buckets, Broome, Tubs, Wasbboaras, 4c.
1 Bplcniii»l Mahogany Wardrobe
1 Mahogury Bureau
1 splendid Sola
1 Mahogany Lounge
6 Cane Seat Chairs
3 Tables and other at tides. nov2
Lamps, Chandeliers, Brackets, Harp Hangers, Side
Backs, Ride Lamps, with ami without Reflectors; Fan
cy Hall Lamps, Lanterns, Bases, Pegs and Fonnts-
Patent Glass Cones, Burners. Globes, Chimnics aud
Wick, DRUGGISTS’ FLINT i GREEN GLASS, Crock
ery Dealers' and Confectioners'GLASSWAßE. Goods
of all kinds made to order. KEROSENE OIL
JAMES T. WRIGHT,
M 5 Greenwich 9treet, Two doors below Barclay, N. Y
PROFESSOR THEO. MAAS, for the laat ten yearn
Teacher of Music iu Charleston, South Carolina,
respectfully offers Ills services to the Ladles of Sa
Refers t« Messrs. John 0. Schreiner A Sons, at
whose store all communications may be left.
novl— 1 • •
Dissolution of Copartnership.
fTili'. Arm nf C-P. Lopes A Cos. Is this day dissolved
* by muluui consent.
c. r. lopfz.
Savannah, Nov. 1,1806.
____ . • »
The undersigned win continue the business nf lh«
strove ilnn at the old stand, mid and roun-cifuhj so
hells a continualton of me pnbllo patronage.
„ A. FKKN ANDK/
■avanpefr, Nay, ijjajj, _
• r i AT
COL DI NG’ S.
setao u ' <
WHISKEY ! WHISKEY !
FINE OLD BRANDY, WINES, &c.
Peach Vaiicy WuieiCey, Maple Valley Whiakey. Pike’s
Am ninlfa, w peucer*» Old Rye, and Fine
FOR. SALE BY
C. W. THOMPSON,
Ayhc Old Stand,
IU B Y STRICT,
(Herald Buddings, j
Alscp’s Ale. Mars' Ale. Apples. Potatoes, Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cldei and Cider Vinegar
G. H. ARLEDGE,
Sli i p Chandler.
n-A BAY STREET,
■vrow receiving po- steam and sailing vessels icom
New York, tile following articles, which will be
s J'Fat the Lowest Market Price
Brown and Crashed Sugars,
Bbls Beef and Pork,
Bbis- Mackerel, K do., do. and kits No. I
Cases Olive oil, . '
Spices oi all kinds,
Herns. Ac., Ac.,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Paint Brushes, 4c., *c.
IF - shji> .Stores put up at the shortest notice,
ocill • 3m
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS,
ALE and Cider.
\\ AL£S WiNES^^^gt'OßS 4
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
E Q. HiltoN, Savannah. F. M. Randeli.* N. Y.
193 BAY STREET. NEAR BARNARD,
Are constantly receiving per steamers from New York
Tl»c Largest and Most Complete Assort
ment of Giocericn In lUe Clty%
Orders by Mail, uccompanicd with Remittance,
Promptly Filled, at Lowest Market Prices.
G. K. OSGOOD,
STORE 186 CONGRESS AND 8 5 ST.
.•rVLIAN STS., SAVANNAH, GA.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries and Provisions,
Tin, Crockery, Glassware
N. 15.—The highest Cash Prices paid for Beeswax.
Tallow, Wool, Bides, Ac. ts RejitlC
Gxo. R. Cr.uwi*. Wm, A. Wbiout,
Augustu, Georgia. Late of Richmond, Va.
GEO. R. CRUMP & CO.,
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Liauors, Tobacco, Segars,
SALTED FISH, &c.
209 Broad St., Augusta, Ga,
Will purchase and sell on Cominidsion Cotton,
Tokaooo, Produce, anil Mhecuandise of every de
Refers to the Merchants and Bankers of Augusta,
Ga., Richmond. Va . and Jno. c. Ferriil, Esq., De-
Wist A Morgan, Uadeu A Luckies, A. A. Solomons A
Cos., J. T. Paterson A Cos., R. Molina, Esq , Savanuah,
WHOLESALE HEALERS IN
ALES, WINES AM LIQUORS,
CORNER WHITAKER STREET AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY KILLED A DELIVERED.
YjGti sale ~
X 1 1000 bushels Liverpool Sait
20tk) sacks Oat-, Ulsck aud white
lu sacks best Rio Coffee
To arrive, 100 Bales Hoy.
out I (* N. A. H ARDEE A CO.
H. G. RUWE & CO.,
GROCERIES § LIQUORS,
WINES AND SEttARS,
Corner Bryan and St. Julian and
(PUONTINU PILAIKI UOUSKg
tar A guilts for
A.LK AND LAGER.
Constantly on band, an assortment of
i£\ WXt* t.'IIEHMU,
W ' tobaova fcy's Noep.
. Me resofvsdmd b» safe in
Millt BMIUIUM, HALUWIM « at).
UH9«r*..ttiKH. i.im ona. A«'.
Wliolesalp and Retail Dealer
la Fire Groceries, Boots nnd Shim. Clot hire.
Foreign and UoMcetic Wmca, Liquor* and Se^re.
Also, Sksban's Celebrated
GOLDEN ALB AND CHAMPAGNE LTSKK,
in bottle aud in wood. . 1
London and Dublin Brown Stoat, Scotch and Eng
lish Ales, Jtc.
Lib .-cal deductions made to the trade.
17C BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH,
and 6i Liberty street, New York.
To Wholesale Grocers,
Liquor Dealers, Distillers, DruvsMs and
Oils for flavoring and Improving Bran-
Xld av, Rum. Port Wine, Bourbon, Ryes Scotch and
Irish Whiskies, age and body preparations for Nen,
traiUim? and Mollifying Whiskey and Spirit, Culor
iugs. Syrups and Fruit Juices for Brandy, Whiskey
aud Wines, Oil* and ffxtracta Os Oogenic And other
Brandies, Holland.and laoudon Gin, Ac. Dr F.’S
Treatise ou Fermented Liquors with 1000 Recipes.
FOR DRUGGISTS’ USE.
Persian Insect Powder, Ply Paper, Loadstone,
Fluorspar and Fluoric Acid, Manganese and all rare
Chemicals and Drags.
FOR SOAP MANUFACTURERS,
Sdlicate of Soda 'll C;ysta!s, Liquid and Jelly Chin: •
Clay and Terra Alba, Soap stone. Ho.ln, Soda, Ash,
36c. JOS. W. FEUOHTKAtaGEK,
novl-eod3m No. 65 Cedar st., N. Y.
And in Store on Consignment,
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES
Also, a lot ot l ine Liquors, consisting of
SANTA CRUZ RDM,
BOBER’S BITTERS, Ac.
Which we offer on the most liberal terms.
VAN HORN. HOLYOKE * MURRAY,
oeUl-tf No. » Stoddard’s Block.
Lard and Crackers.
TbECEIVEDper Idaho and for sale by
li .SEABORN GOODALL,
octSO-lw WiUiamsou’s Building.
MORN T CENNINfiRAM,
Grocers and Ship Chandlers,
CORNER BAY AND DRAYTON STREETS,
BEG leave to inform their former friends aud cua
toinurs, anti the public generally, that they have
resumed burineea at their old stand, where they will
keep constantly on hand a full RHaortment of Goods in
their line Buituble for Private Families, Steamers and
Sailing Vessels. Punctual attention given to all coun
try orders. lm octl9
T. J. DUNBAR & CO.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES. LIQUORS. SEGARS, &C.
147 Bay Street,
(NEXT DOOR ABOVE REPUBLICAN OFFICE.}
We have the Largest Assortment ot
Whiskeys, Wines, Brandies,
Gins, Bitters, Cordials, &c.,
In the South, to which wo invite the attention of the
Trade. Call and compare onr goods and
IS hereby given that neither the owners or agents of
tho Steamers AMAZON, GIBBONS and LAURA,
will he responsible for any debt, bill or contract made
by any of the office™ or crew of said ateamers union
made by written permission of
ERWIN A HARDEE,
For Agents and Owner*.
Jno. L. Roumu.lEt, Agent on Wharf,
OFFICE OF PROVOST MARSHAL,)
Uistkiot or Savannah, V
Savinnab, Ga., Oct. 3lst, 1885. J
r|7HE notice issued from the office of the Provost
-• Marshal. Sub-District of Ogeecliee, dated savau
mill, Aug. llth, 1885, ordering all Drinking or Bil
liard Saloons, Ac., where liquor are sold to he closed
at 10 o'clock, P. M., is hereby revoked.
By command of
Bvt. Maj. Gen. J. M. BRANNAN.
(Signed) CLARKE H. KBMICK,
Oapt. and Provost Marshal.
THLS unrivalled Tonic prepared from the Pare
Juice o( the Grape und extracts, distilled from
tue Choicest Vegetable products of the South of
France, Italy and the Province of Castile (Old Bpain,)
from which latter section they derive their name.
A Fragrant Tonic, indispensable to Hotels snd
Restaurants, aud valuable to Families, delicate
females aud children, for all disarrangement of the
stomach. It is unrivalled. A never
fuilmg preventive auU Cure for Sea Sickness. None
who travel by loud or water should Uo without lUe
For Sale by
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE A Cos.
Sole Agents, state Georgia,
oc f2-l-3 nt j
ASTEN & THROCKMORTON,
NO. 258 BOWEKY, NEW YORK,
MANUFACTURERS and Dealers in Builder.' snd
Locksmiths' Hardware, Nails, PulJieu, Cord, Rim
and Knobs, liutt Brass and Iron Keyv
and Castings, Gong Bells, Wire, Silver-Plating, Ac.
AU orders, large or small, furnished promptly at 10
per cent, lens than market price*,
TRY ONE POUND.
*“ TN| w- "jmnm tu HM
Sat received a medal and honorable mention from
i Royal Commissioner*. thecouipeUou of all prom
iuent mannlscturers of "Corn Starch" and "Prepared
Cbru Flour" of this and other countries notwithstand
The (nod and luxury of tha ago, without a single
fault. One trial will convtucs the uiM skeptical.—
Makes Puddings, Cake*, Custards, Blanc Mauge, Ac.,
without isinglass, with few or ao eggs, at a coat aa
tontshlag the most eeonomlcal. ft alight addition to
ordinary Wheat Flour greatly laiproves Bread and
Cake ft Is also excellent ror thicloenicg sweet sauces,
gravies for iWi aud meats. soups, Ac For lea Cream
nolhisg tab compare with It A little builtd In milk
will produce rich cream for coffee, chocolate, tea, Ac.
Put up in one pound packages, under tbe trade
mark Millions, with directions for nee.
A most delicious article of tost lor children aud In
valids of all ages.
For sale by Uroccr* and Druggists everywhere.
Wholesale Repot, ltltt Fulton Street.
qsdMes | Oe««rsl Aessi
KUARDING sad l/alg lug saw be nhtatiiafl top an*
piling stik«|i.' uuakrtnry brtekhaliiuiu ea
tsie sbeeh mrel le WMtaksr u wW
tor new vork:
J|£> ' n > e Schooner .
jpA. HATTIi M. MAYO
*HI have qoklt dtatpateb for lbs above
port. For freight or passage apply to
octi6 li rig ii im, Baldwin a co.
THE new and elegant first class IT. S. Mail steam
ship NEVADA, Captaiu CARPENTER, Will
positively sail for the above port on
SATURDAY, KOV.«,ATBI-»O*CUt. A .M.
BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO,
novi Stoddard’s Building, opp. Post Office.
FOR NEW YORK.
„ The new sad splendid steamship
ZODIAC, E. H. Bulkley. Commander,
leav« for tbs above port on
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2d, at o’clock, M
For freight or paaaage, having super lor accommoda
tions, apply to
HUNTER A GAMMELL,
petit 84 Bay street.
NEW ,4flgg YORK.
The new and splendid steamship HUNTER, Capt
M. L. Rodgers, will leave for the above port on
Tliuriday, Nov. 3d, at o’clock, p. in.
For frelgnt or passage, having splendid accommo
dations apply to
octal HUNTER * GAMMELL.
N E WJH^YORK.
AND ALL NORTHERN AND EASTERN
The Staunch and Fast Sailing Schooners
W. D. VAUGHN 198 tons
ISLAND QUEEN, R. H. Conarr, Master mtons
ELLIOT, 150 tons
HATTIE MAYO, A. B. Curtis Master. - 98 ton
HONEST ABE, W. M. Canary, M*ter, - 80 tons
And others, comprise the “Anchor Line" of Packets,
and will have quick despatch as abovo.
For Freight apply to
PATERSON A TCCKBH, Agents,
No 15 Stoddard's Baihllug, or la
ROGERS A GANN,
Dai. Banoo A Cakseret, Agents, New York.
oct*o , ts
TO CONNECT WITH S.. A. &GULFR R.
Tlie Steamer GEN. SHEI'LY, will leave wharf foot
of Abcrcorn street, on FRIDAY, 3d inst., at 1 o’clock,
Freight. Railroad and Steamboat, payable by a'nlp
giers. For fr eight or passage apply to
C'HAS. L. COLBY A CO.,
nov2 Corner Aberenrn and Bay streets.
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
A BE notified that they can store their goods any
day durintr the week, to be forwarded by tbo
abave Boat*, which are the lightest draught running
to Augusta, free of extra charge.
**** KEIN A CO.
fItHE undersigned ere prepared to receive goods at
A their Warehotmes—free of cxpeune end env
ered by Inenrai ce—for shipment to Augusta and
points beyond by their regular line of light draught
boats. Apply to CHAS. !.. COLBY,
»ept29—tf cor. Bay and Ahercorp eta,
R. H. MAY,
Will have dispatch for tho above place. Goods receiv
ed at all time end stored in fire proof warehouse, foot
ot Lincoln etreet, free ot coat.
J. M. KINCHLEY, Agent.
Office in Clagborn A Cunningham's.
The May arrived in Augusta from Savannah on laet
Friday with her fall freight. ts ocl9
For Rio De Janeiro,
St. Thomas, Para, Pernaiubueo ami Baliia
X evf>-e-j;x» The United States and Brasil Mall
tot fteaulß bip Company will dispatch
fxaKSwOa the Killh of every month,
ft NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP,
To Leave at 3 o’clock, p. m>,
From Pier 43, North River.
All letters have to past through the Post Office.
An experienced Surgeon will be in attendance on
For freight and passage, having splendid accommo
dations, apply to
THOMAS ABENCIO A CO.,
oet>l-Baa Wo. IT. Broadway. New York.
Philadelphia and Savannah
✓fc/t/Sarw ' T* lß C. B. Mall Steamship MINNK
/_K&SfTS.TONKa, I.OOU tons burthen, J. W.
Balch Commander, will leave for the
• rfr-tca.' above port ou
Saturday, Nov. 4th, at o’clock.
For freight or passage, having splendid accommo
dalior.s, apply to
HUNTER A GAMMELL,
pel3o 84 Bay atreet.
THE first class British bark THOMAS WHITNEY
J. O. Kelly, muster, being of email capacity, will nave
quick dispatch. For freight, apply to
octio BELL. WYU.I A CHRISTIAN,
a THE Al American Ship NEW ENGLAND.
Hodge, Master, having a large portion or
her cargo engaged will he ready to receive
cargo at Lower Hydraulic Press on the 13lh
For freight or passage apply to
aetil4.tr BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
The new Ant class clipper ship
W KICKS, Oomwaudsr.
Is now loading rapidly at Uw«r Frdw, and having
larffu eiigsgumvats will haw quick despatcli.
Fur frdfhi m passage flsksa at lowest rates) apply
l» (HAS L <KILBY ACO ,
MW ovati AWtusu sicl Bs) sis
TRY ONE POUND.
AieiSTi tl£BfllL\TS' LINE.
Lighiesi iiraugbi Boats oa the
MAKING REGULAR TRIPS A T TIIE
LOWEST STAGE OF WATER.
ALL GOODS CONSIGNED TO THE AGENTS AT
SAVANNAH WILL BE FORWARDED WITH
OUT DELAY, AT CURRENT RATES
The new A No. i Light Draught Augusta built
R . H . M A. Y
Leave Augusta and Savannah regularly every week.
As these Boats were built far tbe Savannah River,
‘■nippers may rely upon having their Goods go through
w.tbeur delay, at the very lowest stage of the river,
and at low rates.
Merchants and Shippers will have their Goods con
✓ . F. M. MYRELL,
Agent Steamer Union, or
J. M. KINCHLEY,
Agent Steamer R. H. May.
Savannah, 9a., or
G. T. JdCKSoN A CD..
Agents Steamer R. H. May,
. CHURCHILL A JOHNSTON.
Agents Steamer Union,
OCtSS-lw , Augusta, Gl.
Baltimore and Savannah
Will leave Baltimore Jfor Savannah on Saturday,
November 4th, at 3 o’clock p. m.; returning, will
leave Savannah on Saturday, November llth, at
o'clock, . -
WEST, BRYAN & CO., *
novi—3 ' - Agents,Savannah
The new and fast sailing clipper steamship
Capt. R. C. Smith, will leav» this port for Baltimore
Saturday, Nov. 4th, at II o’clock,
A. M. The North Point has elegant atnte room ac
commodations (or pasrengers.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
B WEST, BRYAN A CO,
Bryan sh, next to Provost Marshal’s Office.
N. B - Passengers fbr this ronte, (or New York, will
save two hundred miles of sea travel, and wi 1 receive
through tickets at same rale as now charged by New
York lines. Freight will also bo checked through to
New York as !<»w us By any other route. novi
The feet sailing regular packet
SCHOONER DE SOTO,
Having the greater portion of flier cargo engaged,
will have quick despatch. For balance of freight ap
LaKOCHB, GADEN A UNCKLE6,
Corner Bay and Barnard streets.
Agents iu Baltimore—Pendergast, Fenwick A Cos.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Nos. »7 AND 89 BOWERY
AND 68 CHRISTY STREET, N. Y.
DEBR.UF di TAYLOR
Have the largest variety of
AND LIBRARY FURNITURE,
to be fouDd in this city, and at the lowest prices.
MATTS ASSES AND SPRING BEDS
FROM $4 TO $7.
EXTRA WIDE CANOPY BEDSTEADS
FOB THE SOUTHERN TRADE.
Os best quality, 60x33 per Uoeal yard.
For sale by
FOWLS * CO,
!u»9 6m No. 70 Broadway, N. Y.
Family Dye Colors.
Patented October 13, 1163,
Black Dark Green
Black for Silk Light Green
Dark Blue Magenta
Light Blue Maize
French Blue Maroon
Claret Brown Orange
Dark Brown Pfrda
Light Brown Purple
Sunff Brown. Royal Purple
Dark Drab slate
Light Drab Solferir.o
Fawn Drab Violet
Light Fawn Dmb Yellow.
For Dyeing Silk, Woolen and Mixed Goode, Shaw!*,
Bear®,- Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets,
Hate, Feathers, Children's Clothing,
and all kinds of Wearing Apparel
w A SAVING OF 80 PER CENT. J* '
For 25 cents you can color as many goods as would
otherwise cost five times that sum. Varloes shades
can be produced from the same dye. The process Is
simple, are! any one can use the Dye with perfect
success Direction* in English, French and German,
inside of each package.
HOWE A STEVENS,
_ , - - 260 Broadway, Boston.
For sole by druggists and dealers generally.
Bridgewater Paint Had Color
BELL WYLL> & CHRISTIAN, Agent*.
Just received and for sale at the manufacturer's
Kegs XX Bridgewater Lead
Kegs XX Snow White Zinc
Kegs Cygnet White Lead
Kegs Sommerset White Lead
Premium W hite Lead
Metalic Paldt tin oil)
Metsltc Paint /dry)
Fire Proof Paint
Cottage Colors, 1m octet!
OR. GORDON HOWARD
Bas rvsnuied the Prsclle* of Medlctiis Hpeclsl at lea-
Uos to Diseases of tha Kys.
offiur and lesldsttrs, Joats rtreei. two daora from
Wltilaker. vctlv IswtSf