"A- V A X K A IT.
Departure of Mrtmtklpi ■nd lUMtn,
PUB KIV YORK.
M.-anianip ConaUlutlou. WMnesday, Not. nd, at
Sieauiahlp Herman Livingston, Saturday. Mot, 25,
Steamship Fannie, Saturday, November 10, at -
biearaer Lizzie Baker, Saturday, November I6UI,
at 10 o’cloefc n. m.
Steamer Two Boys, Wednesday Novemlier 21, at
» o’clock a. ni.
steamer Caldwell, Tliursday, November 33d, at
Steamer Wm. 0. Gibbons, every Saturday morning
at 9 &. m.
Steamer Fannie, Wednesday, November 22d, at 10
o’clock a. ui.
Steamer Orient, every Tuesday morning, at 9
Steamer Gen. Sbepley, every Thursday morning
at a o'clock.
Steamer Clarion, every Saturday morning, at 9
°' clock ' for FLORIDA.
Steamer Fountain, every Tuesday morning, at
Steamer St. Johns, every Saturday morning, at
No CANDIDATE.—Edwin E Hertz, Esq., requests us
to state that he is not a candidate for Alderman.
Change of Time on the Central Railroad.—By
a notice from the Superintendent published Ibis
morning, it will be seen'that the train for Augusta
on the Central Railroad will, on and after Wednesday
next, leave Savannah at 8.30 a. m., connecting at
station No. fi, with hacks for Waynesboro, and ai rlv :
mg m Augusta the next morning In time for the At
lanta train. The returning train will arrive in Sa
vannah at 3.45 p. in.
Freight for Augusta by Bailroau.—The Cen
tral Rahroad Is now prepared to receive and forward
freight, daily, to Augusta, Macon, Atlanta, etc. A
notice from Superintendent Adams will be found
From CHARLESTON.—The steamer Wm. M. Frazier,
Capt. Hooper, with a large number of pasaengers,
arrived here yesterday forenoon.
Two Hours in Fun Land.—By. the card
in another column our readers will be pleased
to learn that Mr. and Mrs. Watkins, assisted
by their uiece, Miss Carlotta Shaw, the distinguished
lady pianist, will give a series of their world-ramed
entertainments entitled “Two Honrs in Fun Land,"
at St. Andrew’s Hall, commencing on Wednesday
evening 22d inst. Mr. and Mrs. Watkins have re
ceived the most flattering enconiums of the English
and American press having performed with the
most gratifying success in the principal cities of both
countries. The Augusta Constitutionalist, whose
judgment and good taste in sach matters we most
coutidently endorse, speaking of their entertain
ments In that city says—
On Monday, and again last evening, we attended
the brilliant entertainment of Mr. and Mrs. Watkins,
and we take great pleasure in saying that we were
perfectly delighted, in fact, we cannot say that we
were ever made to laugh heartier, or experienced
greater difficulty in endeavoring to keep our walk
ing cahe still.
To listen to Mr. and Mrs. Watkins is, of a troth,
‘ Two Hours in Fun Land.” From the commence
ment of the performance until the close, the audi
ence is kept in a furore of laughter by the ready wit
of Mr. W., while round after round of applause
greets the easy grace and finish which torm the
ilisliugueot Mrs. W’s character.
The thorough metamorphosis of character is
really woadenul. Mrs. W. appeared to be the fa
vorite of her audience last evening. Her voice Is
clear, powerful, melodious, and the assemblage tes
tilicd ihelr appreciation of her flue vocalism by re
calling her to the stage several limes. With the ut
innsi self possession, she is so retiringly modest as to
command ihe respect and admiration of the veriest
skeptic in amusements.
Mr. Watkins, in the character of Jowler and
Huckleberry, is inimitable.
PR ,VO9TCOURT, DISTRICT OF SAVANNAn,BEFORE CAPT.
CLARK H. RF.MICK, PROVOST MARSHAL;
Savannah, November 18th, 1805.
The United States, by Mrs. Brauer, vs. Tyra (col
ored!—lmproper conduct aud abusive language.—
i’lea, not gnilty. From the evldeuce adduced In this
case, the defendant waa found not guilty, anil dts"
charged on payment of costa. Counsel for defend
ant, Hon. D. A. O’Byrne.
The United States, by Police Sergeant J. M. Hen
rick, vs. E. McNeiH|(colored)— Larceny of vegetables
from the farm of G. H. Johnson. Plea, not guilty.
Prisoner found guilty, and being without means of
support, was sentenced to hard labor for one
The United Sta'cs, by Policeman H. Smith, vs.
Joe Johnson (colored)— Larceny. The prisoner wus
found guilty, and will be imprisoned at hard labor
in Chatham county Jail for two months.
Tlie United States, by Policeman L.' Doyle, vs.
William and Henry (both colored)—Larceny from
the person. Plea, not guilty. No proof of this charge
being adduced, the prisoners were discharged.
The United States, by Mr. E. Heidt, prosecutor, vs.
James Rivers (colored)—Larceny from the house.—
The defendant in this case was found guilt) and
fined in the sum of thirty dollars, and in default
will lie confined at hard labor In Chatham county
Jail for two months.
Tin Benefit at the Circus for the orphans.—
The benefit generously tendered to the Orphan Asy
lums of this city by Stone, ltosston A Murray’s Cir
cus, which look place lasu Wednesday afternoon, re
sulted in the sum of *393, being placed in the hands
of Mayor Arnold. This amount was equally divided
between the Protestant Episcopal Orphan’s Home,
and the Female Asylum and Orphan Asylum St. Vin
The following letter of acknowledgement lias been
addressed to the managers of the Circus by the
MAYOR’S OFFICE, I
Savannah, Nov. 18,1865. (
To Me-srs. Stone, Rosston A Murray,
Managers Combined Circus—
Gentlemen : Allow me in behalf of the three Fe
male Orphan Asylums of this city, to thank you for
your liberality in giving a performance by your talen
ted company for their benefit. I acknowledge the
receipt or gross receipts for you did not charge one
single cent of any kind for expenses. This course Is
highly creditable to you and I trust your action will
be duly appreciated by a discriminating public.—
1 our practical Christianity in assisting the orphan,
an example for Imitation which I hope will not be
lost even on those who condemn public amusements.
Respectfully your ob’t. sv’t.,
ISigned) R. D. AHNOI.B, Mayor.
Asubrio !—What’s That?—Passing along the
street yesterday, our attention was arrested by au
earnest group of youngrtere who were endeavoring
to interpret a mysterious placard, conspicuously
Posted, which displayed “solitary and alone.” Iu
Immense letters the word Anobriu.
"A-n-d-b-r-i-g, Audbrlg” said one, his face all in
a puggie—“what’s that)” It waa evidently aome
tliiug to be done at the Theatre, and the prevailing
"Pinion was that It was some sort of a sea-fight and
w as, no doubt, a big thing. On investigation it was
“covered that the word -‘Brigand,” had been
pruned on two sheets of paper, and that the
darkle who posted the bills, In posting the sheets
together had pot “the cart before the horse” or
rather the And before ‘’brig.’*
Non-Arrival of the New York Steamers.—ln
consequence of the heavy fog prevailing the whole
Os yesterday and last night, the New York steamers
were prevented from reaching the harbor. They
may l<c expected this morning.
Bipartum of Stkamsuipa—On Saturday niorn
tiie steamships Nevada aud Zodiac sailed for
, Vork . find the North Point for Baltimore. Yea
“may morning the Varuna nailed for New York,
laviug a large number of passengers and a rul
Kb « lliiiim. Tile akias yesterday mornlug were
“lied wiiii itooke es rice buds migrating from South
aiuliha to the ogeei'bae. Large quantum, of Uiviu
*“ being biuugbt to inarksi and ore selling al fifty
• euu per (foam.
"Hoar or Goal.—Tb« suiaiueiiiu Tartar, from Mew
> ork, bound br Galveston, Teas*, heavily lades With
“ m,ru • »fgo put into lllia port yaatorday, Ira tug
•sri l iff nail. The faiiar l» au iron bull, i’lyde bum
nrnmr, aud n* captured iu attsiupiiag u> ran the
arrival or aeotheb New steamer iro* tbs
River Trade. —The splendid Iron hull at earner Two
Buys, Capb Thoa. Daniels, arrived at this port on
Saturday last from Wilmington. Delaware. This
magnlficcot steamer waa built at the establish
uient ofPuraey, Jones A Cos., Wilmington, Del.
The Two Boys was launched at Wilmington, Del.,
on the ath day of October, 1806, and the shell drew
only 11 Inches of water. On the Ist of November,
having been completed, she steamed from the yard
of her bnildeyn drawing l; inches of water.
The following ate the dimensions of the steamer :
length of keel 130 feet; over all 138 fleet; breadth of
beam *0 feet; breadth over paddle boxes 38 feet
depth of bold 4 feet; face of paddles 8 feet; diameter
of paddles 12 feet; circumference of paddles 30 feet.
She bas two high-pressure boilers 10 feet loug, aud
42 inches diameter ofsbell, made by H B Seidel, Wil -
mington, Del. The iron used in the construction of
the boilers was carefully selected and is free from all
flaws. She bas two high-pressure engines; diameter;
or cylinders 16 inches; length of stroke 6 feet. When
loaded, the Two Hoys will draw only 30 inches of In
ches of water. Her capacity is for «oo hales square
cotton. Her passenger accommodations are excel
lent, there being 18 state rooms witli double berths,
besides the officers’ quarters.
There is, also, a large number of cots and mat
tresses, providing with every comfort for one hun
dred passengers. Her speed will be about twelve
knots per hour She is fully provided wltn fire buck
ets, aud her fire hose can be brought to bear upon
any portion of the steamer. The accommodations
for ladles are excellent. The state'rooma are beau
tifully furnished aud provided with ample bed-cloth
lug and life preservers.
The Two Boys is named in honor of James and
Robert Erwin, the sons of Mr. Robert Erwin, the
senior partner of the firm of Erwin k Hardee, the
agents of the boat.
The Two Boys is to be placed ultimately on the
Doctortowu route. Her first trip, however, will be
to Augusta, aud she will leave on Wednesday morn
A sow days hence the steamer Charles 8. Hardee,
built by Messrs. I’ursey, Jones A Cos., will arrive in
these waters. Her arrival will complete the line,
which will consist of the William Q. Gibbons, the
Two Boys and the Charles 8. Hardee.
We annex the following list of officers of the Two
Boys: Captain'. Thomas Daniell; Falser. A. J. A-
Roumillat; Engineer, Thomas Gray; Assistant En
gineer, Mr. Wilson; Steward, John Davis.
Capt. Daniell has for many years been identified
witli the river trade as a pilot, and his thorough ac
quaintance with the navigation of the rivors oflGeoi
gia will add greatly to the success of this new
auction Sale of Damaged Cotton.—Messrs. Bell,
Wylly A Christian sold on Saturday, at Demund’s
Press, 131 bales of damaged cotton. The prices ruled
from 17 to 21 cents, aud at original invoice weigbts.
Re-Opening of the Planter’s Hotel and Din
ing and Refreshment Saloon.—This morning the
extensive establishment will be re-opened by its
proprietor, Mr. George Gemeiiden. Us past reputa
tion is sufficient to guarantee for it a share of pub
lic patronage. The saloon is handsomely fitted up
for the accommodation of private parties, and all
the improvements have been made with taste and
Iron Bridges.—We notice that Mr. John S.St urte
viut, builder, is engaged in tearing down tnu dilapi
dated wooden bridges at Stoddard’s Lowei Range,
north aide of Bay street,and erecting neat and elegant
Iron bridges. This is a great improvement and will
add much to the beauty of the Imilding. To Messrs.
Richardson A Barnaid is due the credit of introdu
cing the bridges, which are being erected nnder their
River Intelligence, Arrival and Departure
of Steamers.—The steamer Lizzie Baker, Captain
Richardson, with the Circus departed on Saturday
for Jacksonville and other points, and also the steam
er Helen Getty, Capt. Ingraham ; on Saturday even
ing the steamer H M Cool, Capt. Taylor, arrived from
Darien and departed again yesterday morning. The
steamer Helen, Capt. Reilly, with a full freight, de>
parted yesterday morning for Augusta; the Fannie
Lehr, for Augusta, on her first trip departed on Satur
day afternoon, having a very fair freight. The beau
tiful new steamer Two Boys, Capt Daniels, from Wil
mington, Del., arrived on Saturday about 1 o’clock,
aqd attracted much attention as she passed up aud
down the harbor. The steamer Resolute, Captain
Cannon, arrived from Hilton Head on Saturday after
noon, and left again yesterday morning for Hilton
Head. The steamship Tartar, Capt. Howes, bound
to Galveston, Texas, arrived yesterday forenoon in
want of coal. The steamer Win M Frazier, from
Charleston, arrived yesterday forehoon with a large
number of passengers. Tbe steamer Clarion, Capt.
Morse, with a full freight departed for Doctortown.
The steamer Falcon, Capt. Cates, departed on Satur
day for Augusta, aud the steamer Fannie, Capt. W
H. McNulty, departed on Saturday morning to
Charleston via Beaufort aud Hilton Head.
Sale of Damaged Grain.—On Saturday list,
Messrs. York, Williams, M. Inure & Cos. sold at auc
tion a large amount or damaged oats. Tlie price
realized was 69 cents per bushel.
For Ricbboro’.—The tine sloop Fleet, Capt. Clias.
Thomson, was yesterday morning cleared by Mr. M.
J. Doyle for Riceboro', Liberty county, Ga. She had
a very full cargo, and will return with a cargo of
sea island cotton. This craft 19 to be a regular
packet, and as such will supply a want long felt by
the planters of that section.
The Theatre—“The Brioand.”—Now that the
Circus (which has been a “cuss" to the Theatre for
the last fortnight) has pulled stakes aud departed,
we feel certain that our public will again do justice
to those excellent artists, Mr. and Mrs. Crisp, and
the worthy managers, Messrs. Raymond A Hamil
ton. The engageiuenient of the Crisps closes with
the present week, during which they will appear in
several of their best roles. We hope to enjoy a repe
tition of “ The Stranger,” which was rendered last
week in a manner rarely equalled on the boards of
This evening we are to have the long-promised
“ Brigand,” in the preparation of which, months of
rehearsal and a most liberal outlay of means have
been expended. This stirring drama aifords a tine
opportunity for the display of the talent of the en
tire company, and should be received with a full
Thanes.—Mr. P. W. Gray, % typo, will accept our
thank 9 for a late New York paper. Mr. Gray Is
bound to Galveston. Texas, and Is a passenger on
the steamship Tartar.
SußßEPrruous Liquor Selling.—a large number
of persons are just now selling liquor on the sly with
out license. This aurreptiUout business Is an Injury
not alone to those who have faithfully taken out their
licenses, but deprives the City Treasury of thousands
of dollars, every cent of which is needed. The po
lice should keep a sharp lookout and place every of
fender on the Information Docket.
LIST OK VKSSKLS IK, THIS PORT OF
Savannah, Nov. 20, 1866.
Mont Blanc, Donnell, Too, loading for Liverpool—
LaUoche, Gadeu A Duckies.
Republic (Itrem) Smith, 800, loading for Liver
Virginia, Weeks, 1044, loading t al Lamar’s Press
for Liverpool—Chas L Colby A Cos.
Thomas Whitney (Br), Kelly—Bell, Wylly A Chris
Craesco (Br), tons discharging—Brigham, Bald
win A Cos.
Lizzie Batchelder, English, 409, up for New York
—Hunter A Gamwell.
Clara Pickens, Rodgers, 460, loading for Liverpool
—Win Starr. .......
Ida McLeod, Cook, 398, loading for Bouton—nun
ter A UamiueU.
Redwood, Boyle, discharging—Rogers A Cann.
Rush. Raynor, dlscharging-Patterson A
Trade Wind, ioadtug for Philadelphia—C, Johnson
Geo Darby, Snow, from New York, dlach'g-
Hunter A Gauinieli.
lie Rota, Crook, IW, loading for Baltimore.-La
Ituclie, Gadeu A Dudes.
Win k Htevenaon, Burton, ltd, dkrhargmg
Vapor, Bogart, mo wus, loading, for New Turk—
In Roche, Oadeu A Undue.
Antelope, Jooee, 7« lone, dlecb'trglug crane, John
eon A uraybul.
IIW Vaughan, Mont, KM, dunharging FnUaraan
A Tanker. : * ’. •
UauUhj Spark, Tafaw, loaoiut tor JaukaonviUa,
rla—win A Ward. ,
Ira HI lee, Hnwge. leading lot Ned, York Juk Baton
Crape # way Mir * "* t
A RWyrg, repairing, bn«M to OMriaghm.
Abby Men welling W A H*U|.|
The friends and anqualutaßces of Mr. Frank Sanliua
and bunlly. and Mrs. ELIZABETH ALEXANDER,
are respectful) invited to attend the funeral of the
latter, from the residence of UK former, on Taylor,
between Houston and Price Stn, This Afternoon, at 4
At tbe residence «f her father, Rev. Arthur J. Leet, in
Walton oonnty, Ga, on the Wtli June, MARY IRVIN,
wife of Lt. Oscar F. Johnston, late C. S. Navy, aged 19
“Thou wept the morning star among the living.
Ere thy fair light had fled ;
Now. having died, Ibou art as Hesperus giving
New splendor to the dead " B.
PORT ROYAL HOUSE (HILTON HEAD) NOV. 18.
M Denning and lady, N Y H O Eilgerly. Cape Coil
Mrs Capt J Lawler, do C L Cook, II Head
C D Rich, do O P Crosby, Savii
Capt D Schield, do J II Maker, do
M Manahan, Beaufort C Clark, do
li Bemar, S c Miss M Gordon, do
E J Levy, Beaufort D Dillon, do
E A Hutchinson, SC II L Perrin, H Head
Surg W Lawber, US N Lt A Child. 43 US C T
J S Retcber, do P McGlensy, Charleston
P Denning, H Head J Dicy, do
E A Mears, E M Relaman, Beaufort
E H Kinlin, Savannah W B Scott,
C F Sainmis and lady, NY J Flinn, Beaufort
Mrs Daily and daughter, C A Need, 104IISCT
Charleston A McOlannou, St Helena
Miss Manahan, St Helena! W Wallace,
miniature Almanac—This Day.
Sun rises 6 36 1 Moon rises 7 00
Sun sets 4 57|High .water 8 47
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
SUNDAV, Nov. 19, 1885.
Steamship Tartar, Howes, New York, 14th, bound
to Qalvestou, Texas, put ill for coal.
Steamer Resolute, Cannon, Hilton Head.
Steamer H M Coel, Taylor, Darien—M A Cohen.
Steamer Wm W Frazier, Hooper, Charleston via
H Head—L S Bennett.
Steamer Two Boys, Daniels, Wiliningtou, Del, etc
—Erwin (£- Hardee.
Schr A F Ames, Ames, New York—Van Horn, Hol
yoke A Murray.
Br bark Atlantic, Walk, Nassau, N P, 4 days, as
sotted cargo, to Bell, Wylly A Christian.
Steamer Standish, Fabian, Angnsta—FM Myrell.
Steamer Union, Moody, Augusta—F M Myrell.
Steamship Zodiac, Dearborn, New York—Octavus
Steamship Nevada, Carpenter, New York—Brig
ham, Baldwin A Cos.
Steamship Varuna, Whitehurst New York—John R
Steamship North Point, Smith, Baltimore—Bryan,
partridge A Cos.
Steamer Lizzie Baker. Richardson, Palatka, etc—
Clagliorn A Cunningham.
Steamer Helen Getty, Ingraham, Palatka, Fla—L
Steamer Resolute, Cannon, Hilton Head.
Steamer Fannie Lehr, Augusta— West, Bryan A Cos
Steamer H M Cool, Taylor, Darien—M A Cohen.
Steamer Helen, Reilly, Augusta—lCeln A Cos.
Steamer Clarion, Morse, Augusta—Chas L Colby
Steamer Falcon; Cates, Augusta—C L Colby A Cos.
Steamer Fannie, W F McNelty, Charleston, via
Beanlort and H Head—F M Myrell.
Schr Francis Satterly, Alden, New York—Crane,
Johnson A Graybill.
Schr Jas L Bewley, Loveland, New York—Crane,
Johnson A Graybill.
Ship New England, Bodge, Liverpool—Brigham
Baldwin it Cos.
Ship Wisconsin, Arcus, Liverpool—J R Wilder.
Bark Tho 9 Fletcher, Pendleton, Liverpool—Jno R
Sloop Fleet, Thompson, Riceboro—M J Doyle,
Per Br brig Atlantic, from Nassau, 40,000 oranges,
4,000 grape fruit, uni cocoa nuts, 40 bbls molasses, 32
gas metres, 100 cases brandy, 50 keps bicarbonate of
soda, 45 boxes white soap, 20 do olive oil, 71 do glass
10 cases gin, 10 coils manilia rope, 10 bushels Bahama
salt, and snndry mdse.
Per steamship Varuna, for New York—9s7 bales
upland cotton, 36 do sea island do, 25 bbls and 5 bxs
dried fruit, 15 bales yarn, Ac.
Per steamship North Point, for New,York —47 bales
upland cotton, 29 bills terrapins, 00 blits whisky, 150
Per steamship .Nevada, for Ne w York—s 94 bale s
594 bales upland cotton, 85 do sea island do, 42 pkgs
Per steameship Zodiac, for Now York-423 bales
upland cotton, 88 colls and 10 bundles rope, 50 bales
Per steamer Fannie, for Augusta—2so sacks Liver
pool salt, 100 hhds bacon, 125 bbls liquor, 190 boxes
and casks hardware, &<■.
Per bark Thos Fletcher, for Liverpeol—lß2s bales
Per ship Wisconsin, for Liverpool—2,647; bales up
land cotton, 96 do sea island do.
Per ship New England, for. Liverpool—3,2o3 bales
upland cotton, 105 do sea island do.
Per schooner Francis Satterly, for NewJYork—sß7
bales upland cotton.
Per schooner J L Bewley..for New Y ork—lso bales
upland cotton, 241 salt hides,*oß flint do, 92 calf do,
5 bundles do, 19 bales paper stock, 9 htids empty
bottles, 8 bales rags, and 10 pkgs mdse.
Per steamer Wm W Frazier, from Charleston—C
Green and family, J Flack. S T Cornell, 8 E Brown,
L C Wait, L Watt, 11 H Hull, wife aud 2 children, H
M Abrahams, W M Matthews and wife, 2 Misses
Matthews, W n Priirhard, H K Tone, 3 Misses Tone,
D H Worn I, W Higgins, D L Wichtain, T II Nick, J A
Porter, S Sampson, K Bell, W S Floyd, W A Arnold,
Wm H Wadilel, and 6 on deck.
Per steamship Nevada, for New Y’ork—D C Green,
T F Humphreys, Juo Scott, C Hutchinson, A Ropier,
Gov E Louis l.owe and fitmilv, 11 L Schreiner, F
Hamilton, Stephen Faireliy, ami 35 iu steerage.
Per steamship Nortli Point, for New York—D C
Carey, N W Cameron. Jos Schreher, II W Dudley, 1!
Mallon, Mrs T Lowreu, Dr L N FaliiganL Mrs Gam
mell and nephew.
Per steamseip Zodiac, lor Fow Y'ork—A detach
ment or the 16ist New York Vols, as follows : Craig,
Rogers, Dempsey, Moore, Green, English, Breniy,
Kark, ltoser, Shaffer, Maeut, Lnpcr, Eaton, Welwter,
Roc, Van Deisen, slout, Smfrk, Sibbs, I sting, Qurther,
Wheeler, ltice, Miller. All/.)'. Homans, Ross, Davis,
Danalaon, Buck, Smith, Rodgers, Kelly, Coleman,
Holmes, Spencer, Ansel, Ansel, Child, CoWdea, Shep
hard, Edwards, Marratt, Bogart, Cuue, Price, How
Per steamer Fannie, for Augusta—Gen F P Salm
and lady, Capt C Daniels aud lady, P Smith, Y 8 P
Gwens, B Battliews, J 11 Aaughn and steerage.
Per schr A F Ames, from New York—Brady. Smith
if- Cos. M A Cohen, W H Grady, lluuter A Gammell,
T Holcombe dt Cos, LaKoche, Gaden A Unctos, Lovell
lAttimore, WAR Mclntire, J A W Rutherford, W U
Stark, Wm Starr, E D Soiylhe, Scrlven A Whitman,
savh River Steamboat Agt, Tison J- Gordon, V, Hol
yoke A Murray, J L Villalonga, J R Wilder, Weed A
Per steamer H M Cool, from Darien, witli 155 ba!e9
upland cotton to Erwin & Hardee.
Per steamer Standish, from Augusta-202 bales up
land cotton to O Cohen, M S Cohen.
Per steamei Union, from Augusta—274 bales up
land cotton, 100 boxes tobacco ami sundry mdse to
O Cohen, Brady, Smith A Cos, W U Stark.
We, tbe undersigned, passengers by the steamer
Fannie, wish to express with more tiian ordinary
pleasure our esteem for Capt W T McNulty, and our
unlimited confidence in the judgment and seaman
ship shown by him dui ing the gale of unusual sever
ity and duration—and likewise to express our ap
predation of the kind attention and courtesies of not
only the Captain, but likewise of the gentlemanly
Purser, H Butterfield, and our thanks to Engineers
Young and Check for their respective duties ; also,
to the steward aud stewardess for kind attention to
lailies and gentlemen.
Mrs H L llulgcrs, E E Adamson, '
Mrs Burtzell, D Ainsworth,
Mias N C Fowle, J C Robinson,
Mrs R E Klicrean, C P Chamberlain,
Mm J Parsons, A P Jones,
Mias A Panama, W M Hostwlck,
Mrs Sevlr, , D U Leigh,
Jno Famous, T M lluud,
JTSei gsr, J A Grubb,
A J Decatur, H Hogg,
N Unpaid, L MiteTi,
WKi-rDll's < elcliruli'd Nmmllm and H*S
AJTUIUCW Cl. hi UK to CO..
M MAIDEN LANE. NEW YONtt,
KOI.M 40MNTM AMU IS* l*4»ll Tit Ha.
OHM former rasp mists will find a redortoin la g»M
price* ur lbs Needles, nubile tbe Gustily Is always
kept up to tbe blghast Maude.<l known to English
A, I) A Hn, reepei (fully dpHetl a renewal of Ihe
mereaeUleMamet*eu foutrtud l#> manly eeterUMd
bytbab le.ee* abM-Ifil
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brated PHILADELPHIA ALK. in cases and barrels ;
Kuglish, Scotch and American ALE and PORTER,
BRANDY, Scotch and Bourbon WHISKEY and AR
RACK HUNCHES, formerly well known throughout
the United States, put up by us iu cases for export
and home consumption.
T. J. D. A Cos. are sole agents for n. A H. W.
Catherwood’s Pure RYE WHISKIES, XX and XXX
brands, guaranteed unsurpassed in quality and ex
cellence. Constantly on hand, a targe and well se
lected stock of BOURBON aud WHEAT WHISKIES,
worthy the attention of the trade and connoisseurs
generally. Au assortment of SEGARS of finest
grades, manufactured and imported expressly for this
house, which we offer at the very lowest n€t cash
prices. BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, CHAMPAGNES,
and every description and grade of Foreign Liquors
imported directly by this house, and for sale in bond
or duty paid, at lowest market rates novl-lm
FINE OLD BRANDY, WINES, Sc.
Peach Valley Whiskey, Maple Valley Whiskey, Pike’s
Magnolia, Spencer’s Old Rye, and Fine
FOR SALE BY
C. W. THOMPS ON,
At the Old Stand,
111 HAY STREET,
Alsop’s Ale, Mars’ Ale, Apples, Potatoes, Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider aud Cider Vinegar.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
GROCERIES. WINES, LIQUORS,
ALE and Cider.
Apples and Buckwheat,
AT low figures, with plenty Orange County Butter,
in tubs, for sale.
nl4-lw Williamson's Building.
mm a mmm,
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 at their old stand, where they will
keep constantly on hand a fall assortment of Goods in
their line suitable for Private Families, Steamers and
Baiting Vessels. Punctual attention given to all coun
try orders Ini octl9
Gao. R. Chump. Wm, A. Wright,
Augusta, Georgia. Late of Richmond, Va.
I,lifl. R. CRUMP & CO.,
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Lipors, Tobacco, Segars,
HALTED FISH, &o.
209 Broad St., Augusta, Ga,
tkT Will purchase and sell on Commission Cotton,
Tobaooo, Psohuom, and Mkeobanuiss of every de
Refers to the Merchants and Baukcra of Augusta,
Ga., Richmond, Va., aud Juo. C. Ferrill, Esq, De-
Witt * Morgan, Gadeu A Deckles, A. A. Solomons A
Cos., J. T. Paterson <6 Cos., R. Molina, Esq , Savsnnah,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALES, VINKS AND LIQUORS,
CORNER WHITAKER BTKEET AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED K DELIVERED.
To” Whole sail’ troi'ers,
Liquor Dealers, Distillers, Druggists anil
J ESSENTIAL Oils for flavoring and improving Bran-
J dy, Rum, Port Wine, Bom bon, Rye, Scotch und
Irish Whiskies, age aud body preparations for Neu
tralising and Mollifying Whiskey and Spirit, Color
ings, Syrups slid Fruit Juices for Brandy, Whiskey
aud Wines, Oils and Extracts of Cognac and other
Brandies, Holland and London Gin, Ac. Di F.’s
Treatise on Fermented Liquor* with lOuO Recipes.
FOR DRUGGISTS’ USE.
Persian Insect Powder, Fly Paper, Loadstone,
Fluorspar aud Fliloric Acid, Manganese and all rare
Chemicals and Drugs.
FOR SOAP MANUFACTURERS,
Sillicate of Soda in Crystals, Liquid and Jelly China
Clay and Terra Alba, Soap stone. Rosin, Soda, Ash,
Ac. JOS. W. FEUCHTHANUKR,
uovl-codSm No. 56 Cedar st., N. Y,
H. G. RUWE & CO.,
GROCERIES - LIQUORS,
WINES AND NEttARN,
Corner Bryan and St. Julian and
(FRONTING PULASKI HOUSICq
gW Agents for
ALU AND LAGEH.
Constantly on band, ail SMortment of
OX aermHINK, n.rawl.. al *« Ml per grow It
fCo do sen Arnold's Writing Fluhl, pint*, el $7 per
dueinwT fur oglu by
T haVII.Lit A I.RACII
U MW. Hrjreii street end Merkel square.
IMUUIMAM aud •won Mtud linear* hjtpefahr*
J uftato*, and die liruue i'oaneutratod rerullxV,
sreotored tojl, Itadgalltwi tow.*t wMofrle prteto,
try IjfcO SWTHTR a fll ,H Iffif street, her* Vur*.
Wholesale and Retail Denl«f
In Fine Groceries, Boots and Shoes, nothin*
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Sugar*.
Also, Hkehan'a Celebrated
GOLDEN ALK AND CHAMPAGNE CIDER.
In bottle aud In wood.
London and Dublin Brown Stoat, Scotch and Eng
lish Alee, Ac.
Liberal deductions made to the trade.
17C BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH,
and 82 Liberty street, New York.
r FOREIGN DOMESTIC
Kales wines MyuijiniHSA secies Mm Ufir
\ snnei c A.
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOK THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
*»CT FRENCH BRANDYr
WE ofler Fifty cases Superior COGNAC BRANDY
for sale as low as so good an article can be pur
It is of
Is now in bond, mid has never been out of the
hands of the Custom House officers since it reached
Those in want of a
Cun now get it.
A ease will be sold singly if desired,
F W. SIMS A (X).,
nIT-3 Over Erwin A Hardee'e.
f: ih Boxes Superior Uushen Cheese, for sale low.
«W F. W. SIMS A Cos.
novl7-3t Over Erwin A Hardee’s.
JUST received, t smal 1 lot choice Oolong Tea. For
M J. SOLOMONS & CO.,
nl7-tf Jones’ Building,, B .y street.
K|| PACKAGES of new Buckwheat, put up by Crom
u” well, in whole, half and quarter barrels, bags
and boxes, for sale by
nl7-3 CLAGHORN k CUNNINGHAM.
A L A RGB assortment of Fresh Biscuits. Just re
ceived mid for sale by
M. J. SOLOMONS A CO.,
nl7-tf Jones' Block, Bay street.
IA BOXES CHRESK,
Tv 76 boxes Fay’s Soap
Just received and lor sale by
out 16 BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A PO.
A PHYSIOLOGICAL View of MAKKIAGE
Containing nearly 3UO pages, and 130 fine Plates
ami Engravings of the Anatomy of the Human Or
gans in a Ntate of Health and Disease, with a Trea
tise od Early Errors, its Deplorable Consequences
upon the mind and Body, with the Author’s Plan of
Treatment—the only rational and .successful mode of
cure, as shown by the' report of cases treated. A
truthful adviser to the married, and those contem
plating marriage, who entertain doubts of their phys
ical condition. Sent free of postage to auy address,
on receipt of 25 cents. In stamps or postage currency,
by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane,
Albany, N. Y.
The author may be consulted upon any of the dis
eases upon which his book treats either personally or
by mail, and medicines sent to any part of the world,
Agua de Magnolia.
A toilet delight! The ladlefc’ treasure aud gentle
men’s boon ! The “sweetest thing” and largest quan
tity. Manufactured from the rich Southern Magnolia
Used for bathing the face aud perßoii,*to render the
skin soft ana fresh, to prevent eruptions, to peifume
It overcomes the unpleasant odor of pjrspiration.
It removes redness, tan, blotches, Ac.
It cures nervous headache aud allays inflammation.
It cools, softens and adds delicacy to the skin.
It yields a subdued and lasting perfume.
It cures mosque to bites and stings of insects.
It contains no material Uxorious to the skin.
Patronized by Actresses and Opera Singer*. It is
what every lady should have. Sold everywhere. Try
the Magnolia Water once and you will use no other
Cologne, Perfumery, or Toilet Water afterwards.
DAMAS IiAKNKS A CO.,
octs7-codly Props, Exclusive Agents, N. Y.
!S. T.—1860 —X.
Drake’s Plantation Bitters*
They purify, strengthen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of diasipation and late hour*.
They strengthen the system aud enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepeia and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhoea, Cholera unci Cholera Morbun.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
Tlu-yaretbe best Bitters in the world. They make
tbe weak strong, an« are exhausted nature's great re
.hirer. They are nude of pore 8L Qroix Rum, the
celebrated Calisaya tßark, roots and herbs, aud are
taken with the pleasure of a beverage, without regard
to age or time of day. Particularly recommended to
delicate persons requiring a gentle stimulant. Sold by
all Grocers, Druggists, Hotel, and Saloons. Only gen
uine when Cork is covered by our private U. S. Stamp.
Beware of counterfeit* and refilled bottles,
P. H DRAKE A CO.,
oct.'S-codly 21 Pork How, New York.
MAKKIAUK AND CELIBACY.
Xu Fatty of Waraing and Instrtctlon for Young
men, Just published by the noward Association, and
sunt iu .ealed letter envelope, free of chug,.
Addreae Dr. J. HKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard
Association. Philadelphia, I'a. urtl'J-Sm
lAOITY thousand Oraugea, ,ery sweet
J 1 I "no Coon NuU
l.sndiiui from hi Ik Atlantic, and tor laie by
nil . BULL WYLLY ft I MIGHTIAN
11l tiNUNHUniversalH.My Mehrbee Ttoea Mabb
I” eeorepmulipriy safe a«p> *re mouitm to spy
MabktoMiw tb “|n>(M’d tody regulve W l* lihol lob.
B.liersll* IM ought liito oulilg ?,* Mir wbolresie
| M Sr* W tI.AtHIOWAWIMII3.UMAM
P'OR NEW YORK.
Tbe fine Steamship CONSTITUTION, Greenmau.
Commander, wUI leave for the above port on
Wednesday, Mot. 22d, at o’clock.
For freight or peonage, having ouperlor Mate room
accommodations, apply to
ntt) BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
“FOE NEW YORK.
The fast.sailing clipper
Schr. D* H* Vaughn,
Will have quick despatch for the above port.
For freight engagement* apply to
PATERSON * TUCKER,
No. • Stoddard'* Lower Range.
n2O-3 Opposite Mariner’s Church.
The new iron light draft fast side wheel Steamer
Mate Boat to the Steamer Gibbons,
Will leave for Angnsta,
Wednesday, Nov. *‘4, at 9 o’clock.
Her accommodations are first-class iu every particular
For height or passage apply to
w „ ERWIN A HARDER.
Jno. L. Roumillat, Agent on wharf. n‘2o-‘j
VIA BRUNS Wick, ST. MARY'S. FER
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE AND
The new and fust sailing Steamer
Capt. N. King.
Haviug bean placed permanently upon this route will
leave aa above on
Thursday Morning, 23d Inat , at 10 o'clock
And every Thursday thereafter.
For freight or passage apply on board, at the Florida
Steam Packet wharf, or to -
CLAGHORN A CUNNINGHAM,
Freight received at all times on the wharf.
VIA BRUNSWICK AND FERNANDINA.
F A 2ST 2ST I E ,
Will leave a* above, Wednesday next 22d last., from
Padeiford’a wharf, ;ut 1« o'clock a. ni.
This boat is in excellent condition and has superior
stateroom accommodations lor paessnger*.
Freight received and store,! in fireproof warehouses,
free of expense, loot of Lincoln street.
For freight or passage apply to
F. M. MYRELL, Agent,
o*® Harris' Bnildiugs, Bay street.
FOR NEW YORK,
Atliuitio OoamtMn.il Steam*
The very fast sailing steamship
;vT. CAjfc, HERMAN LIVINGS ION, Baker, com
will positively sail on her
Saturday, Nov. 231 h, at o'clock.
For freight or passage, having very elegact accom
modations, with accomplished stewards and attentive
aervantH, apply to
Uov2o JNO. R. WILDER, Agent
Will sail on
’Thursday Next, 33d Instant.
For freight or passage apply to
JOHN R. WILDER.
Ctoods will be received Into store previous to arrival.
FOR NEW YORK.
THE clipper schooner LIZZIE BACHBLLOR, Cept.
English, will kavo de.patch for the above port.
For freight engagements, apply b>
“® HUNTER A GAMMELL.
fTHE nnderalgued are prepared to receive goods at
A their Warehooaea—free of expense and cov
ered bv Insurance—for shipment to Augusta and
Kints beyond by their regular line of light draught
ata. Apply to CHAS. L. COLBY,
aept2>—tf cor. Bay and Abercorn at*.
R. H. M^Y,
Will have dispatob for tbe above place. Gods receiv
ed at all time and stored in fire proof warehouse, foot
of Lincoln street, free of cost.
J. M. KJNCHLEY, Agent.
Office in Claghorn A Cunningham's.
The May arrived in Angusts from Savannah on last
Friday with her fall freight. ts oct9
The Steamer • t”
Robert 3L»e lir,
Captain J. Cottrell,
WUI here quick despatch.
ThM Steamer being honsed Freight will be perfectly
prelected from all inclemency of the weather.
For freight eugagonieuts apply t<>
ntf-tf OCTAVUS COHEN.
Regular Weekly Steamer
AUGUSTA - SAVANNAH.
The New Iron steamer
kept TANARUS, N. PmunvT,
Uavlng superior accomtowMltou far Freight and
Panaeiigsrs, will ply regularly Iwtwenu tbe above
tearing Navonoab every Saturday Morning, at ®
'* Ij*sri«« Augusta every Wadnwday Morning, at I
peiataHsid A» I “toaiuilatiim Soot i* M"
along lb» lIuMM Ik* rivet, and Willi tltlsoMnl la view,
mi “toil «in i* msued ua las pari •/ um owum*.
agent, aud otlrere lo weed the want, of ilia Irevaileg
* kMWIN A MAMllfth
&** 1. loeaujsf, Agsai si wharf imnll
Vis* Darien, Brunswick, St. Mary’s. Bar*
naadlna, Jacksonville and Pteolmta.
Connecting with simmer Flora Temple tOr King s
Ferry, OmterviOag*, and all landings on
the St. Marys River.
f|YHE new and fast steamer FOUNTAIN, Capt. G.
I W. Casts no, will leave rs above on TUESDAY,
tbe 21st lust, at 10 o'clock a. m.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, at Padel
ford’s Wharf, near White’s Central Cotton Preen, or to
M. A. COHEN. Agent.
During tbe absence of the boat all goods will be re
ceived at the warehouse on the wharflby Mr. W. R. H.
Freight payable on Wharf.
Shippers will furnish weights and measurement of
Via I lawkinsville.
The light draft Steamer COMET, Ckpt. a C.
Horn, will be ready to reeeive freight for Hawkinsville
and Macon, on Monday, the 20th lust., at the Florida
Stnim Packet wharf, and will leave with despatch.
For freight or passage aoply on hoard or to
BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO., or
CLAGHORN A CUNNINGHAM.
CAPT. JAS. FABIAN,
Will have quick despatch as above.
This Boat Is staunch and in good order and rive
being full, shippers can rely on having their orders for
warded with despatch.
For freight apply to
F. M MYRELL, Agent
nov2o Harris’ Buildings, Bay street.
The Steamers j
Will make Tri-weekly Trips to Doctortown, In con
nection with the Atlantic and Gnlf Railroad, leaving
Savannuh on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Through freight, payable by shippers at our office.
Freight received during the week, and stored free
For freight or passage apply to
CHAS L. COLBY A CO.,
“2® Corner Abercorn and Bay streets.
Will leave on
TUESDAY, Nov. Slat,
Connecting with the Atlantic A Gulf Railroad.
Throngh freight payable by Shippers.
For Freight or Passage, having superior accommo
dations. apply to
CHAS. L. COLBY AGO.,
nov2o cor. Abercorn and Bay sts.
FOR BtLTIMO RE
The last sailing regular packet
SCHOONER DE SOTO,
Having the greater portion of her cargo engaged,
will have quick despatch. For balance of fire ght ap.
ply to *•*- * '
LaROOHE, GADEN A UNCKLKS,
Corner Bay and Barnard streets.
Agents in Baltimore—Pendergast, Fenwick A Cos.
r-FTV THE A1 American Ship NEW ENGLAND.
Updge, Master, having a large portion of
■ cargo engaged will he ready to receive
111 1111 cargo at Lower Hydraulic Press on the 18tfi
For freight or passage apply to
eepl4-tf BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
The new first class clipper ship
Ia now loading rapidly at Lower Press, and having
large engagements will have quick despatch.
For freight or passage (token at lowest rates) apply
to CHAS. L. COLBY A CO.,
°ct23 corner Abercorn and Bay ate.
For Rio De Janeiro,
St. Thomas, Para, Penutmbaco And Bahia
-> The United State* and Brazil Mall
lyt steamship Company will dispatch
On tire' 49th of every month,
A NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP,
To Lea-re at 3 o’clock, p. m.,
From Pier 43, North River.
All letter* have to pass through the Poet Office
An experienced Surgeon will be in attendance on
For freight and passage, bating eplendid accommo
dations. apply to
. THOMAS ASENCIO A CO.,
octßl-3m No. IT, Broadway, New York.
SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE, 1
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 18,1864./
ON and after Weikieeday, 30th Inst., a daily
leaTe for Augusta at 8.80 a.
m„ connecting with a line of Backs running between
Station 8, Central Railroad, aud Waynesboro on the
Augusta and Savannah Railroad.
Paaeengora by this line will arrive in Augnsta the
next morning after leaving Savannah in time to
connect with the Georgia Railroad train for Atlanta.
Returning arrive In Savannah at 3.48 p. m.
Freight to go by Passenger Train must be prepaid
andlldlvared half boar before departure of train.
By order of
GEO. W. ADAhb,
BM General Superintendent.
' HUI’kKINTRNDINT* OFFICE, I
Baraanah, Nor. lath,lAßA./
This r.unpauyla aow, la eouueettou with M J,
Diehasioo A i'o,’e Wagons prepared iu receive and
forward I" Aagu«4a, Macon, Aiurnla Ah, daily from
iweutr hi imrtr tk<iui« m i»,uuda of Freight, and go
I through )'• mm HM*a la Are day*.
Mop Fo lehl end oUMreapansa* mast ha paid by
Mdpmue Maliroad Iralghi dab bamM Mara nt ai dea
Freight na |s-riahal4« gauds gaoel ha prapuid
il,o. hi Abruais, until fiw'hn, antnun bill ba par
fool M mmnb, par mil Nan AAfo
Mu W ADAM*. -
WN #1 MUabfotl WtMtfoh odani,