BAV a M A 11.
Utpirlurt of Uomihlpa a nil lusnun.
FOB NEW TOBk.
steamship Nevada, .Saturday, November MU, at 8*
o'clock a. m.
Steamship Zodiac, Sat unlay, November Mb, at*
o'clock a. ni.
Steamship North Point, Saturday, Novemlier 4tb,
at 11 o'clock.
Steamship Fannie, Saturday, November 11th, at
Steamer Igzzie Raker, Saturday, November 4tb, at
I o’clock a. m. .
. * rot acoosta.
Steamer Helen. Saturday, November 4HI at 7
o’clock a. m.
Steamer Wm G Gibbons, Saturday, November 4th,
at 8 o’clock a. nt.
Steamer Savannah, Saturday, November 4th, at G
o’clock Ji. m.
Steamer Fountain, every Tuesday morning, at
Steamer St. Johns, every Saturday morning, at
A Steam Fire Engine for Savannah.—U will be
seen by a notice in another column that a committee
of tile Metropolitan Fire Company is to call upon the
m rchuuts and business men of the city to day, for
subscriptions towards purchasing a steam fire <?u
glue for tUat company. TUe public-spirited young
men who have devoted themselves to a work of such
importance to the community at large, deserve every
encouragement and assistance, and our intelligent
business men cannot fail to appreciate and further
their undertaking. A steam lire engine, or indeed
two or more, are indispensable to the safety of a city
like Savannah, and our people will do well to antlci'
pate the severe lessons of experience in .this matter.
Ciltcrs CouiNS.-Tlie Agent of Stone,Rosston 4 Mur
ray’s Circus,now exhibiting al Charleston with great
success,arrived In town yesterday,tp arrange prellml.
narles for its appearance In Savannah about the mid
dle of next week. Tills Company’s resources which are
varied and extensive, comprising besides an array of
celebrities of the ring, a number of attractive novel
ties in the way of performing dogs, comic mules t
and a “ grand free exhibition of xronautic oscilla
tion," will doubtless insure It a warm reception and
a profitable stay in this city. The Charleston News
says that, at the last exhibition of this Circlet in that
city, there were inside the canvass “ atttdst three
thousand persons, packed together like human sar
dines In a sawdust box.’’
From Auopsta, —The steamer Falcon, Captain
Sebastian, from Augusta, arrived yesterday after
noon with a fair freight, consigned to Chas. 1,. Coly
it Cos. We arc,indebted to Capt. Sebastian for the
following marine report;
Nov. 2d 1806, li o’clock A. M.—Passed Steamer
Orient aground on the bar 20 nd’.es above Darien in
Altauiaha river. Site is lightening and landing her
goads, or a part of them, on San’t Savilla Wood
Landiug. 1 The government waggons are there, re
ceiving government freight for Doctortown. The
River is very low, and she will not reach Doctor
town until arise in the River takes place.
Steamers passed on the trip from Augusta to Sa
Steamer O.M. Petit aground at Bugg’s Bar—bound
down: steamer Expresss, at Indian Mound, liound
njjt steamer Volunteer at Twiggs' bar, bound up.
Oct. 31st Steamer Scorpio at Flowery Gap,bound
Nov. Ist.—Steamer Clarion, at Rocky Point, bound
up: steambr 0. F. Potter at White Woman’s Point,
bound up ; steamer Oak at McDonald’s Reach bound
up : steamer Gen. Berry, at Hirshtnan’s Lake, wait
ing, bound up : steamer Laura, at nog Nose bound
up; steamer R. H. May at Sister's Reach, bound up ;
steamer Mayflower at Big Boykin River bar.
Hon. Edward J. Harden.—lt affords ns pleasure
to announce that tills distinguished Jurist and es
teemed citizen has been appointed by the Mayor aud
Aldermen, Corporation Attorney of tUis clly.
Judge Harden possesses every qualification neces
sary to an efficient discharge ol the important du
ties Incident to his new position, aud his appoint,
ment will give general satisfaction.
He filled for a considerable period, and with emi
nent ability, the office of District Judge for this State
under the Confederate Government
Liquor Licenses.—The C'ily Connell at-a recent
meeting passed an ordinance to the effect that al[
persons dealing in liquors should at once renew their
licenses, to hold good until the first of January next-
Tills aelion of the City Fathers was quite unexpected.
Many of the dealers had had their licenses from the
military authorities but a few weeks, and it wqs
generally supposed that they would be good for one
year. Such is not the case, and they must here,
newed. Mr. James Stewart, the Clerk or Council,
will on Holiday next be prepared to grant licenses to
Tns Steamer Savannah.—On Wednesday lasi this
government steamer was sold at auction by Messrs.
York, Williams Mclutlro & Cos. Yesterday morulng
she was placed ou the line for Augusta, and yester
day afternoon was rapidly filling up with freight.
Capt. Silas Spicer, late Government Harbor Master is
In charge of the Savannah, and Mr. Lewis Hoffman
formerly of the Lizzie Baker, her first executive officer.
She will leave Harris’ wharf fur Augusta this morn
ing at six o’clock. / .
Rise In the Savannah River.—Mr. F. M. Myrrell
received yesterday morning from Augusta a tele,
gram stating that the Savanna!? River was rising
rapidly, with nine feet of water at the railroad
bridge, lys unnecessary to add that the news was
received with lively emotions by steamboat Owners
Personal.—Mr. J. M. Arnow, of the Gainesville
(Fla.} Now-Era, arrived ou the steamer Hunter, and
has been In.town several days. He leaves for Florida
thly morning. The New Era is the successor of the
old “Cotton States,” published by Mr. Arnow during
the war, a well conducted and spirited sheet.
House at Auction.— Messrs. Bell, Wylly & Chris
tian, auctioneers, advertise (or sale, at auction, house
on State street, opposite the Lutheran Church. The
tenement is neat, comfortable, convenient and loca
ted in an excellent neighborhood. The sale takes
place at 11 o’clock, Saturday.
From Doctok-.own—AltamaUa River News.—
The steamer Wm. G. Gibbons, Capt. Philpot, with a
1 arge number of passengers and considerable freight
arrived yesterday morning 8t her wharf in tiffs city,
consigned to Messrs. Erwin & Harde?. We are in
debted to Purser Wm. B. Farr for the following re
Mayor’s Court.— On Thursday and yesterday His
Honor Mayor Arnold had two cases up before him
for adjudication. One was that of an individual for
passing counterfeit money, and tire other a wife bent,
ing case. " *
Cotton by Wagojis.— Yesterday we noticed in the
city a train of wagons from Houstou county. They
brought to market over thirty bales upiaud cotton.
Pcsrons interested, will please recollect that those
desirable brick tenements ou State-street, opposite,
the Lnthern Church, are advertised by Bell, Wylly
A Christian, to be sold at aution this day at eleven
o'clock, In front of the store.
BEFORE CAFT. CLARK H. REMICK, PROVOST MARSHAL,
MSTRICT OF SAVANNAH.
Savannah, Nov. gfl, 1865.
The United States by Policeman E. Hall vs. Lewis
Dnnlap and Stephen Tachary (both colored.) Steal
ing a horse. Sufficient evidence having been elicited
against the prisoner L. Dunlap (colored,) it was or
dered l hat he be confined In Chatham County Jail
until furtlicr orders. The prisoner Tachary Is dlf
ebarged from custody. ,
The United Slates by Policeman White vs. Charles
Harris (colored.) Improper conduct and vagrancy.
Fined five dollars and bo discharged on payment of
One and costs.
The United Stetee by Policeman Smith va. R u iand
Butler (colored.) Violallug Ordinance relative to
forestalling the murkel. Fined Alicea dollars and
poets hr lie Imprisoned one mouth In Chntliein Coun
The United States by Policeman C. Lev vs. Mlchae)
Ma<Y Disorderly conduct. Fined fifteen dollars or
bo imprisoned one inontli In Chatham t'ouuty Jail.
702 Rte ’W’jfsst" *■'•*'“**
*•>*■ ILIUiAM, DfilMMß* W,
PULASKI HOUSE. NOVEMBER A 18(6.
Wm. H. Wn.Tkßcaokß A Cos.. Proprietors.
R Cogdell, Mclntosh co .O Deadarich, Knoxville
J Priudle, Darien iPMuinerelu aud ladr. Au-
C W Stegall, Tiiomosvllle ' giwia J
H M Butler, do E Saudfoni, Chattanooga
J U Clark, Berrien co Clias Calvin, Augusta
A Reppard, Ware co Rieo Patten, Ua
Morgan CLee. Suunyaide.lL R Creech, ou«tr.an
Ga in j Culpepper, do
Capt Eldrtdge, steamer J L Jones, Ga
Savannah [ a j Smith, do
[} *■ Keyes, N Y iWm Gorman, Charleston
D Lang, Hilton Head H S Underhill, Lieut Col
" H Chew, tVayesboro’ | laoth N Y Vols
T Swinson, Ohio iM Hewett, Lieut laoth N Y
■T W Nay, Augusta J B Vaugfiau, do do
Joel C Perry, city I
PORT ROYAL HOUSE (HILTON HEAD) NOV. 2.
AN Soule Brown, do
• X.Ramsdec. Portland Wh Garrett
J Reau. Buffalo,«N Y E Champton
E H Kellogg, Maas C E Holliday, Savannah
J Heavy, St Louts . Dr Crowell, do
R B Thomas, Ha * G McGinly, Augusta
J L Blanchard, Conn A H Uarsison
R S ConuorjNew London J Archer, Conn
C L Rahilell, Charleston M H Paddaeh
Lt F Roberts ,Pbila J B Lewis
J C Fish, N Y
SEA ISLAND HOTEL (HILTON HEAD) NOV. 2.
E E Culp, Alston Head Lurg A P Dalrymple, Aot
D A Keeps aud boy, I Med Director -
Miniature Almanac—This Day.
Sun rises 0 19;Moon rises 0 88
Sunsets.. 5 sJligh water 5.65
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1806.
Steamer Wm G Gibbons, I’hilpot, Darien—Erwin A
Steamer Emllie, Bender, Hilton Head.
Steamer Falcon, Sebastian, Augusta, Ga—Chas L
Colby A CO.
Steamer H M Cool, Taylor, Darien—M A Cohen.
O’Neill’a flats, Nos 1 and 2, from Augusta—S F
Jones' raff, from Herslanan Lake Ferry—Brig
ham, Baldwin St Cos.
Horace Beals, Blankenship, Darien, in ballast—C
L Colby St Cos.
Steamer H M Cool, Taylor, Darien—M A Cohen.
Steamer Achilles, Clifford, Hilton Head.
Steamer Gen Shepley, Milliken, Doctortown—C L
Colby St Cos.
Per steamer Wm G Gibbons, from Doctortown—
-341 bales upland cotton.
Pcr.steamer Falcon, Horn Augusta—l3B bales up
land cotton, 17 do domestics.
Per steamer H M Cool from Darien—l63 bales up
land cotton. j
Per O’Neill’s flats, from Augusta— Boo bales upland
Per Jones’ raft, from llershifian Lake Ferry—7o
bales upland cotton, 81 sticks limber.
Per steamer Wm G Gibbons, Doctortown—O’Fallon
St Cos, J I. Villalonga, Schuster St Heinsius, J Bond,
Erwin 4 Hardee, Einstein St Eckman, Tyson St Gor
don, L Levy, Brigham, Baldwin A Cos, Geo C Free
man, Mrs M Y Henderson, Clfas H Hopkins, O Cohen
A Cos, aud others.
Per steamer Falcon, from AuSnsta—Chas L Colby
A Cos, Hunter A Gannnelt, Dzialiuski A Slager, Ein
stein A Eckman.
Per steamer H M Cool, from Darien—Jones A Way,
M A Cohen.
Per O’Neill’s flats, from Augusta—Crane, Johnston
A Graybill, J W Lathrop A Cos
Per Jones’ raft, from Uersliman Lake Ferry—Brig
ham, Baldwin & Cos, G B A G W Lamar.
Per steamer Wm G Gibbons, Jrom Doctortown—J
M Haywood, E C Wade, J M Doy, A lleppard, D R
Crucu, W J stone, W Chance Butler, J G Clark, R M
Hitch, Dr Stigall, Capt Robinson. J B Mclntosh. Mrs
June Bond and servant. J D Peadoodle, U M Butler,
M J Culpepper, M C Lee, Mrs C H Ilopking and three
servants, Miss Georgia Hopkins, Miss Ida Hopkins,
Wallace Milieu, J M Elliott, F M Myers, and five on
LIST OF VESSELS IM THE POUT OF
Savannah, Nov. 4,1805.
Zodiac, Aulkley, 620, for New York—loading
at wharf foot of Abcrcorn street—Hunter and Gum
Chase, Roath, B*7, from New York, discharging at
Central Cotton Press—Huntgr A Gaunnell.
Minnetonka. Batch, 1,000, loading for Philadelphia
—Hunter A Gammell.
North Point, Smith, 462, loading for Baltimore—
West, Bryan > co.
Nevada, Carpenter, 814, loading for New York—
Brigham, Baldwin A Cos.
Mont Blanc, DonncU, 700, waiting—Laßoche, Ga
den A Buckles.
New England, Hodges, 1,100, loading for Liverpool
—Brigham, Baldwin A Cos.
Republic (Brem) Smith, 800, loading for Liver
Wisconsin (Br), Arcus, 960, loading for Liverpool—
John It Wilder.
Virginia, Weeks, 1014, loading at Lamar’3 Press
for Liverpoold—Chas L Colby A Cos.
Thomas Fletcher, Pendleton, 738, loading for Liv
erpool at Lower Hydraulic Press—John it Wilder,
Thomas Whitney (Hr). Kelly, waiting—Bell, Wylly
Clara Pickens, Rodgers, 460, from New York, dis
charging at wliarf foot of Whitaker street—William
Ida McLeod, Cook, 393, waiting—Hunter 4 Gam
Lizzie Batcheldcr, English, 409, loading for Boston
at foot of Barnard street—Hunter 4 GammelL
Pioneer, Tucker, 394, loading for New York at
Welter’s wharf— L J Guilmartln 4 Cos.
Francis Satterby, Alden, 310, waiting cargo at
wharf foot of Bull street—Rogers 4 Caun.
De Sola, Crook, 150, waiting—Ruwe, Whitney A
Witch Queen, Percivai, 113 tons, froin Boston, dis
charging at wharf foot of Bull street.—Richardson 4
MAIL. CONTRACTS WANTED.
Rc-Estnbltsliment of Mail Facilities in
The Post Office Department desires to
furnish the State of Georgia with Postal
service, nt Ihe earliest practicable day, until
July Ist, 1866, when the regular contract
proposals for which are now advertised for,
will go into effect.
The Department invites proposals for con
veying the mails until June 20, 1866, to all
country seats and other important points not
reached by Railroad communication, at rates
not to exceed $8 per mile per annum for
weekly seivice ; sls for serai-weekiy, and
s2l for.tri-weekly; and where the importance
of the case requires, S4O for daily service;
counting the distance one way only in all
Service will be iurnislicd on routes, where,
before the war, it was daily, three times a
week ; where it was tri-weekly twice a Meek;
and where it was semi-weekly, weekly
service will be allowed.
Proposals should be addressed to “Hon.
Geo. W. McLeilan, 2d Asst. P. M- Washing
ton, D. C., and should state they are for
service to end June 2d 1866.
nov 4 ts
Round Rots, Ovens,
olio w W are, &c#»-
Whitaker a .' roughton Sts.
J. G.ITHOMPSON A CO.,
V I ATIC OF GEORGIA, I'HATUAM OOUNTY.-To
(II whom ii may isiuc.ru i . , _
W h-rsas, Kndura S. Abrahams will ipl'lv at lhs
court ol Ordlnsry for Lrttors Dlsmtssory as Admiuia
b’StrU on Ilia Km la to of Jacob M AbrahnniM. dresawd.
Tasas arc, thsrskro, to ells and admonUh *ll whom
It may Conliciu, lo sud ap|u»r Icfuro wild Court to
'"», , <A»y»«llon (if u, ih*y 'have) on or tutor# ih*
Iwgrautod* l ' " " ,lf ll * lt ’ utlisrwlss said lsti*r» will
.-i ""lift “I “ffictai aiguaiura, this mu Ur id Os-
UM*.., IN* D A lehYNNH,
.< a v a ii ii a li Theatre.
UTURDAY EVENING. NOV. 4.
The great 6 act Play of
Damon and Dytliias,
Recitation—“Bkam as O’Brian,"... .Mr. J. T. Raymond
Ballad Mr. Geo. Gray
To conclude with the
MONDAY—Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Crisp
By Bell, Wylly & Christian
AT PRIVATE SALE.
Desirable Real Relate.
Two first class Dwelling Houses, three afi.rics on
bascmtnls, w ith all the modern iiuproremenis: (Tina
led in a central portion of the city.
Avery desirable House oil the corner of Chariton
And Tatnall streets, remaining 8 Rooms, with gas
and water. On the lane is a Brick Carriage House,
Stables, Servants’ Rooms, 4c.
16 Farm Lota o< retaining from 20 to 29 Acres each,
near Lover's Lane, within one mile of the limits of
the city. A splendid opportunity for Investment. A
plot ol the above Lots can be, aeon at our store.
West half of Lot No. 39, Washington Ward, Brough
ton street. Improvements ci.n.ist of a Dwelling,
suitable for a small family. Will be . old at a bargain
By Bell, Wylly It Christian.
On SATURDAY next, at 11 o'clock, in front of More,
will be sold,
The western tenement Brick House, fronting State
street, opposite the Lutheran Church, containing six
rooms, with gas, cold and hot water throughout the
house, with cooking ran-e, a good back building lor
kitchen, servants' rooms, &c. 3-nov2
Mules, Mules, Mtfes.
By Bell, Wylljr* Christian.
On WEDNESDAY next, Bth inst., at 12 o'clock, m. in
front of store, will be sold,
Ten prime Malts, Seven Timber Carriages, Lock
Chains, Harnesses, and Sixty Club and Broad Axes.
Sale poaiiive to close a concern. Terms cash.
By Bell, Wylly A Christian.
AT PRIVATE SALE,
123 Shares Central Railroad Btock
13 Shares Atlantic and Gulf Railroad Stock,
novi 5 »
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
Real Estate at Auction.
On SATURDAY, 4t!i Inst., at 11 o’clock, will be sold in
front 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, mid extending through from Taltnal to Jefferson
streets, 40 by 70 feet. Improvements consists of a two
story house, with four large rooms, fur large ciosets
and a store attached, and good kitchen. The above is
well located for » business stand.
a val table Lot and improvements, consisting of two
tenements of wood, ono and a half stones, on Duffy
street, between Whitaker audjftaniard streets, Ogle
thorpe Town, 60 feet front by 106 feet deep. The loi is
fee simple and titles wan unted.
Two corner tenement houses, in the rear of Rose &
Arkwright’s Foundry, and fronting on InUiau street.
The dwelling contain each four room?, with back
piaaza, and have large yards, with suitable outhouses,
and well adapted for residence of small families. The
lease of property expires on tbefoth dav of June, 1£69,
when the improvements will revert to tne owners of the
land. Aliy further Information respecting ihis proper
ty can be had oil application to Bell, Wylly & Christian,
or to Rose & Arkwright, at Pioneer .Saw Mill. Sale
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
THISI)AY, at 10 o’clock, in front of store, will be sold'
for account of underwriter's aud all concerned,
3 bags Coffee
9 bbls Flour
l cose assorted Fancy Diy Goods
1 case 40 pieces Prints.
Damaged on board steamer , from New York,
and sold under inspection of the Port Wardeus.
,By Bell, Wylly A Christian.
THIS DAY, at 10 o’clock, in front of store, will be
The usual assortment of Groceries, Provisions, Dry
Goods, Liquors, Clothing, Wooden Ware, Brooms, &c.
Martel Brandy Boots and .Shoes
Soap Clothing, aasorted
Candles Painted Pails and Tubs
Tea Letter Paper
Cheese Assorted Dry Goods
Boston Crackers Shoe Thread
Ale Fancy Clocks
Flour Liverpool Sals Ac.
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
On MONDAY’, 4th inst., at 10 o'clock a. m., at Lower
Hydraulic Press, we will sell,
A Lot of Loose Cotton Pickings,
For account of underwriters aud all concerned,
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
THIS DAY, st 10 o’clock, in front of store, will be sold
fox account of underwriters and all concerned.
One case assorted Millinery Goods,
Damaged on board the steamer Varuna, from New
York, ami sold under iuapeclion of the Port Wardens.
OFFICE OF WEIGHERS OF HAY,)
City of Savannah, Nov. 1, 1865. 1
'VvHE undersignad have been elected and qualified as
A one of ihe Weighers of Hay for the city, has en
tered upon the discharge "f the dative of the office.
He esu be fonnd at the Counting Room of Messrs.
Guerard 4 Ferrill, on Bay street, where all orders can
be left for him and will meet with prompt attention.
nov3-3* ANDREW GOEBEL.
Y Fresh Supply,
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE DV
S. Al. COLDINO,
uov3-3 No. 163 Congrcß* Bt.
Convention of the First Senato
THE Citizens of the comities of Chatham, Brvan
and Eftingham are requested to appoint Delegates
to a Convention to be held on Wednesday, the Bih
November Inst., at No. ‘J, Central Railroad, for the
purpose of nominating a candidate for Senator of said
Senatorial District. nov2
Ihnve Just returned from New York, and have
brought out oue of the best spfccted stocks of
Miliuery Dress Goods
- AND . -
Ever brought to this market. The Goods will be sold
I will receive weekly the latent styles of Mlllnery
under Seri ven House, Corner of Bull and Congress
cta-lnio MRS. PEASE
HOARDING and Lodging ran he obtained by tp-
D ply lag at the Er«t (imw-Mory btlik buililliig on
tote Mireiil, lies rest to Wtilinker, . If
tt ad OuuiitV Tun <JoI*
Illlil •ulwerllMu- I* a OamMato U re eketioa. and
A ftopanttolto asks the suffrage ul the ehiaeM us
*M» ESABOMf UOGDALL
, GROCERIES, LIUCORA *C„
WHISKEY t WHISKEY!
FINE OLD BRANDY, WINES, (C.
Peach Valiev Whiskey, Maple Valley Whiskev, Pike's
Magnolia, Spencer’s Old Rye, aud Fine
FOR SALE BY
C. W. THOMPSON.
At the Old Stand,
111 BAY 9TKEF.T,
Alsop’s Ale, Mars' Ala Apples. Potatoes, Onions,'
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider and Cider Vinegar.
G. H. ARLEDGE7
Sli i p Qli an and 1c r.
7* RAY STREET,
VOW receiving pc" steam and sailing vessels from
is New York, tile following articles, which will fie
s. >M at the Lowest Market Price:
Bruwn and Crashed Sugars,
Bbls Reef and Pork,
■ Bbis. Mackerel, X do., jg do. andkitsNo. 1
Caeca Olive OH,
Spices of all kinds.
Herns, 4c., Ac..
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Ae„ 4c.
jy 'hip Stores put up at the shortest notice.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS,
ALE and Cider.
J FOREIGN DOMESTIC jiSB
WINES jfliUiquOßS 6 SE9«R*jpgjij|pjy
SOLEAGENTS AND IMPORTER^
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
E G. Hilton’, Savannah. F. M. RAnpfll, N. Y.
193 BAY STREET, NEAR BARNARD,
Are constantly receiving per steamers from New York
The Largest and Most Complete Assort
ment of Groceries in the City,
Orders by Mull, accompanied with Remittance,
Promptly Filled, at Lowest Market Prices.
C. K. OSGOOD,
STORE 189 CONGRESS AND 85 ST.
. JULIAN STS., SAVANNAH, GA.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries and Provisions,
Tin, Crockery, Glassware
N. B.—The highest Cash Prices paid for Beeswax,
Tallow, Wool, Hides, 4c. ts scptlO
Gao. R. CnrMr. W«, A. Wrioiit,
Augusta, Georgia. Late of Richmond, Va.
CEO. 11. CRUMP & CO.;
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Lipors, Tobacco, Segars,
SALTED FISII, &c.
209 Broad St., Augusta, Ga,
tW~ Will purchase and sell on Commission Cotton,
Tovaoco, Pmoulgf, und Mkechanoise of every de
Rulers to the Merchants and Bankers of Augusta,
Gn„ Richmond. Va.. antfr Jfiix c. Ferrill, Esq, Dc-
Witt 4 Morgan, Giuien 4 Uncklus, A. A. Solomons &
Cos., J. T. Patereon 4 Cos., R. Molina, Esq., Savannah,
CONSIGNM ENTS SOLICITED.
- oct l_- I
' WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALES, WISES AMI LIQUORS,
CORNER WHITAKER STREET AND
O&DEUS I’HOTIPTLY FILLED A DELIVERED.
E-1060 bushels Liverpool Salt
2000 sacks Oats, black and white
10 sacks best Rio coffee
To arrive, 100 Bales Huy.
octlO N. A. HARDEE 4 CO.
H. G. RUWE & CO.,
GROCERIES s LIQUORS,
WINES AND CiEGARS,
Corner Bryan and St. Julian an(f
(ERONTINU PILAHKI llUlilEg
ttr Agent* tor
ALE AND LAGER.
CuusMiilly on liand, an SMorlment of
Just ni'nlwGM totjmn •
OOU* UIUgUAM, BALDWIN • 00.
hmAXHim, uip »a». me.
Wholesale sad Retail Dealer
Id Fine Groceries, Bool* and Shoes, Cloth Ins,
Foreign and Domusttc Wines, Liquors and Began.
Also, Skehan’a Celebrated
GOLDEN ALB AND CHAMPAGNE CIDER,
in bottle aud in wood.
v London and Dublin Brown Stoat, Scotch and Eng
lish Ales, Ac.
Liberal deductions made to the trade.
170 BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH,
and 02 Liberty street. New York.
To Wholesale Grocers, ■*
Liquor Dealers, Distillers, Druggists and
I ESSENTIAL Oils for flavoring and improving Bran
li dv, Rum Port Wine, Bourbon, Rye, Scorch and
Irish Whiskies, age and body preparations for Neu
tralising and Mollifying Whiskey and Spirit, Color
ings, Svrnps and Frnft Juices lor Branny, Whiskey
and Wines. Oils aud Extract* of Cognwc aud other
Brai.dlcs, Holland aud London Gin, Ac. Dr. F.’s
Ttea:!*e ouFivmented Liquor* with lOou Recipe*.
FOR DRUGGISTS’ USE.
Persian Insect Powder, Fly Ptpsr, Loadstone,
Fluorspar and Fluoric Add, Manganese and all rare
Chemicals anil Drugs.
FOR SOAP MANUFACTURERS,
Silltcate of Soda in Crystals. Liquid and Jelly China
Clay and Terra Alba, soap stone. Rosin. Soda, Ash,
Ac. JUS W. FkUCHTRANGEK,
novl-eodlm No. 66 Cedar at., N. Y.
And in Store on Consignment,
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES
Also, a lot of Fine Liqnors, consisting of
SANTA CRUZ RUM,
„ BORER’S BITTERS, 4c.
Which we offer on the most liberal terms.
VAN HORN. HOLYOKE 4 MURRAY,
octll-tf No. 9 Stoddard’s Block.
Lard and Crackers.
P ECEIVED per Idaho and for sale by
*i SEABORN GOODALL,
oct3o-lw , Williamson’s Building,
MORN it CUNNINGHAM,
Grocers and Ship Chandlers,
CORNER BAY AND DRAYTON STREETS,
BUG leave to inform their former friends and cus
tomers, and the public generally, that they have
resumed business st their old aland, where they will
keep constantly on hand a full assortment of Goods in
their line suitable for Private Families, Steamoisand
Sailing Vessels. Punctual attention given to all conn
try orders _ lm octi9
BACON AND WHISKEI
1 A HHDS. Prime Bacon Shoulders and 10 bbls.
1" Pike’s Magnolia Whiskey.
Landing from Steamer .Minnetonka nnd for sale by
nuv3-2« HOTHWKLL 4 WHITEHEAD.
Apples and Fish.
CA BBLS Choic* Apples
O” 60 kit* No. 1 Mackerel.
For sale by
novS-4 CRANK, JOHNSON & GRAYBILL.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES. LIQUORS, SEGARS, &C.
14:7 Bay Street,
(NEXT DOOR ABOVE REPUBLICAN OFFICE )
We have the Largest Assortment of
Whiskeys, Wines-, Brandies,
dins, Bitters, Cordials, &c.,
In tbs South, to which we Invito the attention of the
Trade. Call and compare our goods and
19 hereby given thSt neither the owners or agents ol
the Steamers AMAZON, GIBBONS and LAURA,
will be responsible fur auy debt, bill ur contract made
by any of the officers or crew of said steamers unless
made by writteu permission of
ERWIN 4 HARDEE,
For Agents and Owners.
Jno. L. RodmiliEt, Agent on \\ harf.
OFFICE OF PROVOST MARSHAL,}
Dutbiot orS*v*sN»u, >
/ Savannah, Ga., Oct. 3lst, 1865. J
rrUIE notice issued from the office of the Provost
A Marshal, Sub-District of Ogecchec, dated savan
nah, Ang. llth, 1865, ordering all Drinking or liil
liuril Saloons, 4c., wliere liquor are sold to be closed
urio o’clock, P. Al., is hereby revoked.
By command of
_ Bvt. MaJ. Gen. J. M. BRANNAN.
(Signed) CLARKE H. KBMICK,
Capt. aud Provost Marshal. novl
THIS unrivalled Tonic prepared from tlie Pure
Juice of the Grape and extracts, instilled from
tne Choicest Vegetable products of the Sontli of
France, IfSlyand the Province oi Castile (Old Spain,)
from which latter section they derive their name.
A Fragrant Tonic, indispensable to Hotels and
Kcstnuraiits, and valuable to Families, delicate
females and children, for all disarrangement of the
stomach, It Is unrivalled. A never
failing preventive aud Cure for Sea Sickness. None
who i ravel by laud or water should lie without the
For Sale by
YORK, WILLIAMS, MeINTIRE A Cos.
Sola Agent,, State Georgia.
ASTEN & THROCKMORTON,
NO. 253 BOWERY, NEW YORK,
MANUFACTURERS and Dealers in Builder.’ and
Locksmiths' Hardware, Null*. PullieF, Cord, Kim
l ocks *nd Knobs, Itutt Hiogcs, Brass and Iron Keys
and Casting*, Goug Bella, Wire, Silver-Plating, Ac.
All orders, large or small, furnished promptly at 10
per cent, less than market prices.
JOBBERS and Dealer, from all parts of the countre
ore invited to examine my
which Includes packages containing complete assort
ments, put up expreMly tor “ Country Trade,"
Good, re-packed to suit purchasers.
100 Oroughtoa lit., 2d door from Dali fit.
oe 10 U E. D. SMYTH.
Notioe to Consignees.
milE Stoamahip Chuae, from New York, will dll
-4 charge cargo at her regular w| inr (, I'M* Day, Ix
lora receiving *ood. Coh-lgure. moat sign the Am.
RsSghnd!u‘ “ or Co “' *" w
nov3 9 HUNTER 4 UAMMKLL.
ABKTOND hand rigid horee power fftoam Kugia*.
haood rauiilnir oMer suit u goixl a, are. wiU
beau Id low. KnqaTre fur the iu-,i Hum day a, of
T HK „”fT* w v r?.", 1 *"* c, “* n 8 M«lf Steam-
P .^ii7y,K? A vi. C, P ulu CARPENTER, will
positively sail for the above port on
SATURDAY, NOV. A, AT 81-qo’CLK. A ,M.
FOR NEW YORK.
The nt ' W ani "P'endid steamship
» j u leaie for the above port on
SATURDAY, NOV. 4, at 6 o’clock, A. M.
For freight or passage, having superior accommoda
tious, apply to
HUNTER 4 GAMMELL,
oetlC 84 Bay street.
3? .A. G K E T S
N E wJ|£.YORK.
AND ALL NORTHERN AND EASTERN
The Staunch and Fast Sailing Schooners
W. D. VAUGHN, - - - - 198 tons
ISLAND QUEEN, R. H. Conin’. Master 178 tons
ELLIOT, 160 tons
HATTIE MAYO, A. B. Curtis, Master. . 98 ton
HONEBT ABE, W. M. Cos nary. Master, - 86 tons
And others, comprise the “Anchor Line" of Packets,
* and will have quick despatch as above.
’ For Freight apply to
PATERSON A TUCKER, Agents,
No. 15 Stoddard’s Building, or to
ROGERS 4 CANN,
Dai. Bamoo 4 Cabbesbt, Agents, New York.
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
iRE notified that they ean store their good, any
day during the week, to be forwarded by the
abave Boats, which are the lightest draught running
to Augusta, free of extra charge.
»ep9B KEIN 4 CO.
fTHE undesigned are prepared to receive goods at
E their Warehouses—free of expense and env
ered by Insnra co—for shipment to Augnsia and
points beyond by their regnlur line of light draught
boats. Apply to CHAR (~ COLBY,
sept.29—tf cor. Bay end Ahercorn at«.
H. H. MAY,
Will have dispatch for the above place. Goods receiv
ed at all time and stored in fire proof warehouse, foot
of Lincoln street, flee of cost.
J. M. KINCQLEY, Agent.
Office in Claghorn 4 Cunningliuin ■
The May arrived in Augusta from Savannah on last
Friday with her full freight. ts oct9
Capt. J. K. Reilly,
Will leave for Augusta, on SATURDAY MORNING,
Nov. 4th, at 7 o'clock.
For freight or passage apply to '
KEIN 4 CO,
_nov3-2 U 4 Bay at.
STOPPING AT HILTON HEAD AND
The new and fast sailing Steamer
Capt. J. K. Richardson,
Will leave Claghonv 4 Cunningham', wharf, TO-MOR
ROW MORNING, at 7 o’clock.
Fdf freight or padlage, having splendid accommo
dations, apply on board fir to
CLAGHORN 4 CUNNINGHAM.
The fast sailing regular packet
SCHOONER DE SOTO,
Having the greater portion of her cargo engaged,
will have quick despatch. For balane cos freight ap
Li.ROCHE, ©ADEN 4 UNCKIE9,
Corner Buy and Barnard streets.
Agents in Baltimore—Pendergsst, Fenwick 4 Cos.
oct!8 * '
The new and fast sailing clipper steamship
Capt, R. C. Smith, will leave this port for Baltimore
Saturday, Nov.4th, at 10 o’clock,
A. M. The North Point has elegant state room ac
commodations for passengers. ,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WES!', BRYAN 4 CO,
Btyan st, next to Provost Marshal’s Office.
N. B —Passengers (or this route, for Now York, will
save two hundred miles ts sea travel, und wi 1 receive
through tickets at same rate as now charged by hew
York linen. Freight will also be checked through to
New York as low as by any other route. uuvl
Philadelphia and Savannah
The U. S. Mail Steamship MINNE
TONE a, LOOu tons burthen, J. W.
s D'leh Commander, will leave for the
■iiStii aftVTlwabove port on r
fiatnnlsy, Nov. 4th, at 0 o’clock.
For freight or passage, having splendid accommo
dation,, apply to
BUNTKK 4 GAMMELL.
QCI3O 84 Bay street
THE first clss, British bark THOMAS WHITNEY
J. 0. Kelly, master, being of small capacity, will have
quick dispatch. For freight, apply to
. octlO HELL. WYLLY * CHRISTIAN.
Th« new flrat class dipper ship
I* BOW iosdlug rapidly at Loww Prri*. and bariu
large engage menu will h»v, quick riMpatoh.
Vttr MgM or (•*■*■• fmhMi at k’wesi reimg apiily
k> CHAU I. OOLBf 4CG.,
•MM wwr Ahw»“*e »nJ Bay «* 1
Will leave as above from Harris’ of Lin- V
ooln street, j
’r, ; *
This Day, at 6 o’clock p. m.
Tlds steamer is staunch, of light draught, and
large carrying capacity, and the river being in good
boating order (nine feet at Augusta, and rising),
shippers will do well to avail themselves of the ad
vantages thus offered. ■ _ .*_
For freight, apply to
, F. M. MYRELL, Agent, •
novi—l Harris' Building;, Bay st.
FOR AUGUSTA. >
The fast vailing steamer
AV AL G-. OIBBOISTS,
Capt T. N. Thilpot, j
Will leave Dillon’s wharf.
Tills Morning, nt 9 o'clock, *ij ns.
Accommodations for passengers are excellent,
novi-l ERWIN 4 HARDEE, „
THE Al American Ship NEW ENGLAND,
_£T*>iw Hodge, Master, having a large portion at
Z/hfiaSPher cargo engaged will be ready to receivo
aSEaEi cargo at Lower Hydraulic Press on the 18th
For freight or passage apply to
aepl4.tr BRIGHAM. BALDWIN 4 CO.
t For Rio De Janeiro,
St. Thomas Papa, Pernambuco and Bahia
e-„ The United States and Brasil Mall
toamship Company will dispatch
tin* tbo'K9tl» ot every month,
A NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP, J|a
To Leave nt 3 o'clock, p, n»..
From Pier 43, North River.
All letters have to pass through the Poet Office.,
An experienced Surgeon will be in attendance on
For freight (nil passage, havinglplendld'accommo-
Bathing, apply to
THOMAS ABENCIO 4 00.,
oct3l-Sm No. IT, Yotk.^
Tbs Nt V A........
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TERMS , .$6 PER ANNUM.
New Subscribers for 1960. remitting direct to the
office by P. O. Order, will be entitled to a choice from
the twenty-live annual Albion Engravings, free.
YOUNG 4 MORRELL,
nqp3-lw . Proprietors.
Plantation and wet) Timbered
Land for Lease.
A LARGE Plantation, near Sister's Ferry, Savannah
River with about ono thousand acres of cleared
laud, comfbrtnble dwelling and out houses, an abon
dance of prime timber, with the remains of a steam ‘
saw mill. ’ . . ■ I
The planting land and timber land could be leased
separately, with necessary buildings for each.
i For particulars enquire of
IVM. H. BURROUGHS <C CO.,
nov3-6 97 Hay street.
Notice to Consignees.
THE Steamship Minnetonka, from Philadelphia, is
discharging at Lower Rice Mill Wharf. Consig
nees will please attend to receiving their goods.
UOV3-2 HUNTER 4 GAMMELL.
f|| Wholesale MR .
Boots and Shoes!
Fellner and Poliak,’
197 Broughton Street, Savannah, Oa.,
ARE enabled, through their permanent Home lit
Boston, to furnish Jobbers and Dealers in this
city as well os those in the country, with more ad
vantages and conveniences in the Boot and Shod
Trade Ilian any hunse in said line.
Savannah, Oct. 27, 1866.
Tbc Municipal authorities having appoint
ed Port Wardens for the Port pf Savannah,
ihe Board assembled this day and elected
THOS. nOLCQMBE, Chalhnan, aud
THOS. J. BULLOCH, Clerk.
Parties interested will make application to
the undersigned, at the Exchange.
THOS. J BULLOCH,
ALL persons indebted to the late firm of E. Heldt 4
Cos., and Heidt, Jaudon 4 Cos., will please call
and settle the same at the old stand, up-stairs.
* E. HETDT.
octe-lm W. A. JAUDON
R. . ALLEN & Cos.,
180 & 101 WTER »T
AND MACHINERY OF ALL NINOS,
Small Tools for the Farm and Garden, such oa Shades, >
Shovel*, Hoes, Forts, Rakes, AC., and/or Gras*
Books, Scythes. Scyth-Stones, and Arjricut
tural Hardware in general.
We offer, also, a large assortment of our own manu
facture of Hay Cutters, Coffee and Groin Mils, Bugar *
Mills lor Grocers’ use, Store Trucks of various pat
terns. Road Scrapers, Wheelbarrows, 4c.
Fertillizers of ail kinds, such as Coe's Superphos
phate ot Lime, pure Ground Bone, Peruvian Guana, -
Every valuable American and Foreign variety of
Vegetable, Flower and Grass Seed and Field Grain that
has proved worthy of cultivation, grown and selected
expressly for onr trade. , „
Sales made In lmlk, per pound or buebefi or iff small
packets, for retailing, by tne hundred or thousand.
nnwo months after date application will bs made
A to the Court of Ordinary of Chatham county tor
Nave to sell all the real estate of Jsine. Bilbo, de
■Oeaaed, for the purpose KRHII , L>
TEW VARIETY STORE.
I IIVO leave in Inform ihe Ladlsa or Savannah, aud
public geiiri.liy. that 1 am now offsriug it largo
aud good assortment of •
Jiugic Trimming, Dross and Cloak Or mmsuto.
Cento and Tsasela, black and colored Vslvsts, Dras* *
Km l tons, a
Kiiibn6dvili «, Lace*. Ftoied and Flaln Klbbosa, *
lluaisre, 4i'i, slw> a large ..smtnisbluf lluoii Wtins,
such aHiupl* a. Trulls licit nhaps, to which I Invite
lbs siteiHluii ul ibs Udles, and pubile gsii.railr , '
Call and tornparo gnuds and prinss, al
MAAU h, OOIIKN,
RUI4W ItoM Uiouglilob si, 1