SAV”AN N A H .
UR MW VURR.
RtumJap America, Situ/da), Now. 24th. Rt 1
° f s l”,,;,; Herman I-ivlngslon, Saturday Now. 24,
lup Han Salvador, Saturday. November 24,
_ o', lock.
. lltalp chase, Saturday, November *4, at
“'aewMblp Leo, Saturday. November iith, at -
cteaaistilp Fannie, Saturday, November 26, at -
Steamship William Tibbetts, Wednesday, Nov. 29,
H t o’clock.
steamer Scorpio, Saturday. November 26th, at 8
o’clock a. m.
S’ earner Wm. G. Gibbons, every Saturday morning
at 9 a. m-
Steamer Fannie, Saturday, November 26th, at 8
°’B.earner City Point, every Sunday morning, at e
Steamer Orient, every Tuesday morning, at 9
Steamer Gen. Shepley, every Thursday morning
at 9 o'clock.
steamer Clarion, every Saturday morning, at 9
Ollolk ' FOB FLORIDA.
Steamer Fountain, every Tuesday morning, at
steamer St. Johns, every Saturday morning, at
Steamer City Point, every Wednesday aftednoon,
at 4 o’clock.
The late Outbaob by Negroes of the Rivbb
Plantations.— The perpetrators of the outrage ou
Mr. J. G. Holtzclaw, of Green county who, upon visi
ting Izard's plantation to recover the body of his
son. killed in an engagement at that place
daring the seige of Savannah, was robbed
and threatened with his life by the negroes of that
place, arrived In the city last evening, and gave
themselves up to the Provost Marshal.
It will be remembered that in the account of the
atfalr published In the Hehald of Tuesday last, we
stated that a detachment of troops had been prompt
ly ordered ont by CoL Sickles of the Freedmen’s
Bureau to apprehend the negroes engaged In the
outre go ou Mr. Holtzclaw. It appears that on the
approach of the troops the guilty parties
fled, and although some negroes were arrested
and brought Into the city yesterday, these
were not the principal offenders. Upon Infor
mation received from toein however, a second party
was sent out, which resulted In the negroes charged
with the outrage upon Mr. Holtzclaw, coming vol
untarily to the oity yesterday, and delivering up
themselves to the authorities. They were locked up
last night for safe keeping, and will be examined by
C jI. sickles to-day.
The negroes admit tbat they drove Mr. Holtzclaw
away, and that they took bis pistol from him, which
they attempt to justify by the alleged conduct of Mr.
H. Bat they stoutly deny l .at they robbed him or
tiKk any money from any of tbe party. The story
as they tell It Is greatly at variance with the state’
meuts of Mr. Holtzclaw.
T;i it geutltman Is not at present In the city, hav
ing returned to his home In Green county immediate
ly on the recovery of the body of bis son, which he
eff et.d under the protection ol the first party sent
out by Cjl. Sickles. A full examination of this re
markable case Is to be made today by the Freedmen’s
Two Horns in Fcn-Lanh.—a good audience was
assembled at St. Andrews Hall last eveulng atMt
and Mrs. 11 rrv Watkins’ unique entertainment.
•Two II ursiu. Fun-Land” was for the thousand
aaJ oneth time "a perfect success. The never-flag
ging wvacity and delightfulness of the quickly suc
ceeding acta, songs, dances and mirthful divertise
ments, kept the audience lu a perpetual state of ht
luity and pleasurable exhilaration. The per
f nuance Is peculiarly chaste and free from
any br mduess or coarseness, and was wel 1
worthy of th* discriminating aud rellned audience
of oar oest people w’hiclt it drew together iast even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Watkins have won an amiable re
putation in every one of the many cities in which
iheytuve presented their novel entertainment, aud
theLior of the people of Savanuah will be added
to their triumphs after their too brief stay With us.
They give their closing performance this evening,
aad we advise tho public to make the most of this
last opportunity to see something refreshingly new
and rationally enjoyable.
Tiikek Regiments to b* Mustered Out.—Orders
were received yesterday, from Department Head
quarters, for the mustering out of regi
me its, stationed hcreaud at other pulntSxuOeorgia :
the litlt Regiment Maine Volunteers, yoth New York
Volunteers, and the GStli New York Volunteers.
The 18th Maine Regiment is at present stationed
in this city, the estii New Y'ork at Fort Pulaski, and
the 80th New Y'ork in Southwestern Georgia, with
headquarters at Hawklnsville.
These regiments will be mastered out, and sent
home, as soon as their papers can be made out, pro
bably within a week.
The Theatre.— I The farewell appearance of Mr
and Mrs. Crisp, in a complimentary benefit, tendered
them by the citizens of Savannah, takes place this
evening. The bill for the occasion comprises Mac
beth, aud the farce of Sketches in India. A crowd
ed ana brilliant audience will undoubtedly attend to
give these old favorites a farewell equally flattering
Not a Candidate.'—Ang. P. Wetter, Esq., requests
vs to state that, owing to circumstances wbicb re
quire his frequent absence from the city, he cannot
serve as Alderman, and declines being a candidate
'or that office.
Put in for Repairs.— The tug Time C. Jewett,
uapt. Edwards, from New York for New Orleans, put
into this port on Monday, 20th Inst., for repair*, hav
ing broken the arm to her force pump.
Messrs. York, Williams, Mclutire A Cx, sell at
auction today a large lot .of provisions, groceries,
•notions, etc. See their advertisement
Crops in Louisiana.— lt is certainly most
gratifying to be able to announce that tbe
lurL 'b"diags, indulged in pretty gener
y Dllt long since, regarding a tailure of
he crops, are proving in a measure, false
A private letter from a reliable friend in
ot Landry Parish, dated 7th inst., says:
cr " |is ure doing well, the cotton piok
riim tr* D| ’ a yield as.large again as was pre
vv a *1 lll e negroes will only stick to tbeir
, ,) vc shall come out splendidly next
• *, , ground will be planted in cotton.”
Bth i„ cl , ler lr " m St* John the Baptist, of the
cotton V u ! tlle B:ar Ba y 9 '■ “The yield of
tiein..! i ,BUU mucll better then was an
aimnr s " D ? e ‘“ontbs ago, the average is
etnn h? e - tl,,rd a bale to tbe acre. The
si,id . * 6 j“ pr<)ved wonderfully, aud can be
liuhtint *t°° au ar P eut - The weather is de
’ , but . "syot I have not heard of any
jy u h Jj avin lS commenced grinding.’’—
.. tsbington letter says there are more
n He thousand applications on file for
thUnnmi in - lie Treasury Department, and
Many o ’,7 ,ucreaßes «*>“ day lo day-
The list t™. 0 . 1 ? 1 ure lrora discharged soldiers,
aphlicnth I. I #® paM Week contains thirteen
nfi iiarv 1 !° m colored men lately In the
Wekin7eM r . TlCe - Tl,e '"t'fbcr of women
very ia r ., n I>,l iy® w, t in that Department is
easily npisnii *, l 2 rnmen d*tions seem t»be
.ImlUj u"2U Wother departments are
•ohl" Tula noted craft,
pHitii * ~, 1, ~ n en 1 t several months sluce to
nos wlli. I J , S“Srt ' l,D,,w ou “•* Ma
Tin i„^* iD ß rebuilt throughout,
louml I„.r; ,7" " r vo»Ml OH opening bsr
stain, ,| ll ?‘* ,lw l» •*> ••■Umly ra
, r, "‘'»l«d-<iuly the original outside
H'««Urs will reumtn tu bsr.
• "»i ajiMg. |“ n ''•*» vwutitMMl her lay It will
•sin. lonLil r ,“ vaaaal of bsr
ltil U4M | t | ***• il*»y will save ht i UauU-
Mlalatan Alatatt Tkh Dag.
San Mara. • m Moon rises io as
Son less 4 66. High water u tg
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Tuirsdat, Nov. VS, lU6.
Coltfj*A Cos° e “ Bhcpl ® r ' J “ u * un . Doctortown-C L
Hardee 1 " UUr *' aarnett ’ Augusta-Erwin A
k Hard 1 " Wm 0 olw>o,M ' «*iipot, Augusta—Erwin
Bark Planner Carbcy, Pinkman, from Cape Brit
ton, with 850 tons coal to Savannah Gas Works.
Per steamer Gen -bepiey, from Doctortowu—no
bales upland cotton.
Per steamer Laura, from Augusta—«3 bales up
laud cotton, to do domestics, 100 lanes tobacco, 60
bdls paper, 160 bags rice.
Per steamer Gen Sliepley, from Doctortowu—J F
Stark, F White, M Isaacs, s W Aiken.
Per steamer Wm G Giobons, from Augusta—John
Schley, a J Brady, A A Kenuard, W A Barklys, p o
Larkin, T Cooper, S E Bond, Mrs Howell and fami.y
W P Carmichael, E Koelhcke, Dr Minima, Mi Mcßetn
A T Maaou, l>r C E Dupont, and 4 on deck.
Per steamer Laura, from Augusta—Erwin A Har
dee, R Habersham A Son, and others.
Per steamer Wm Q Gibbons, from Angnsta—46o
bales upland Cotton aud mdse to K Habersham 4
Son, E C Anderson jr, Erwiu A Hardee, Hunter A G,
Weed A Cornwell, E C Wade, Mis T P Tyson, Capt
W H Williams, Dr C E Dupoot, order end others.
Wednesday morning at s am, met steamer Potter
at Cooney Gat Bend, bound up; also steamer Volun
teer at.Bradlord’s bound up ; Iy % pm passed K H
May at Odum's Lauding, bound down; 3)4 p m met
steamer Falcon at Randall's old Held, bound up;
Nov 23. 8)4 a m met steamer Two Boys at Willow
Oak, bound up, all well and making good time ; ll a
m met steamer Blandish at Old Pesters’ reach,
bound up ; 1 p m passed steamer Fannie Lehr, sunk
at Stone Tree Camp on Hie bar; the whole stern
port of the boat is submerged, but hopes are enter
tained that she can be saved ; 1 )4 p m met steamer
Union at Purysburg, bound up; The recent rain at
Augusta raised tbe river very little; It Is still quite
low. Wm B Farr,
Purser steamer Wm G Gibbons.
Jones’ Landing, Nov. 21, 1865.
We, the undersigned, passengers on board the
steamer Fannie Lehr, do hereby tender our thanks
to the Captain and officers for their kind attention,
It is oar opinion that no blame can be attached to
the Captain and officers. But that we are Indebted
to them for our safety.
F P Salm and lady, Brig Y J P Owens,
Gen U S Vols J H Vaughn,
Chas Daniell, B Mathews.
Clarence Johnson, |R McKenzie.
LIST OF VESSELS IN TUB PORT OF
Savannah, Nov. 24, 1866.
Mont Blanc, Donnell, TOO, loading for Liverpool—
LaKoche, Uaden A Cnckles.
Republic (Brem) Smith, 800, loading for Liver
Virginia, Weeks, 1044, loading at 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 Batcbelder, English, 409, np for New York
—Hunter A Gaininell. /
Clara Pickens, Rodgers, 450, loading for Liverpool
Ida McLeod, Cook, 398, loading for Boston—Hun
ter A Gammell.
Redwood, Boyle, discharging— Rogers A Cann.
Rush. Raynor, discharging—Patterson A
Trade Wind, loading for Philadelphia—C, Johnson
A Gray bill.
Geo Darby, Snow, from New York, diaeb'g—
Hunter A Gammell.
De Sota, Crook, 150, loading for Baltimore—La
Roche, Gaden A Cuckles.
Wm E Stevenson, Barton, 166, discharging.
Vapor, Bogart, 300 tous, loading for New York—
Laßoche, Gaden A Unckles.
Antelope, Jones, 70 tons, discharging—Crane, John
son A Gray bill.
D W Vaughan, Mont, 234, discharging—Patterson
Electric Spark, Taber, loading for Jacksonville,
Fla—Wm A Beard.
Ira Bliss, Braggs, loading for New York—Johnston
Crane it UraybiU.
A E Snyrk, repairing, bound to Charleston.
Abby Bee, waiting—W A Beard.
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
On FRIDAY, 24th Inst,, at Ift o’clock a. m., will be
sold, at the Store, No. 134 Congress street.
The entire Stock of Goods, consisting of
Terms cash before delivery. • n23
Notice to Mariners.
HILTON HEAD BEACON LIGHTS, 8. E.
CHANNEL INTO PORT ROYAL, 8. C.
A RANGE Beacon Light has been substituted for the
Fourth Order Lena Light, formerly shown at the
Front Beacon on Hilton Head Island, lighting the
Sooth East Channel Into Port Royal. These Beacon,
will now ahow with equal brilliancy, and the Back
Beacon Light will appoar over the Frunt L'ght when
they are tu range.
F B. ELLISON, Cap!.,
nlB-6 Light House Inspector.
OFFICE OF LIGHTHOUSE INSPECTOR 1
Sixth District, Charleston. S. C., >
November ISth, 1866. )
ALL persons connected with the Lighthouse Estab
lishment of the UDited States in the Sixth District,
or having business with the same, are notified that 1
have this day been relieved by Capt. F. B. Ellison, U.
S. N., Lighthouse Inspector of the Sixth District.
CHAS O. BOUTELLE,
Assistant U. S. Coast Survey,
Late Lighthouse Inspector Sixth District.
Tlte attention of Lighthouse Keepers, and all other*
connected with the Sixth Lighthouse District, is called
to the above notce, and all reports will be made in
future to me, at my ofilca at tbe Custom House, in this
City. FRANCIS B. ELLISON,
Lighthouse Inspector Sixth District.
t A BBLS No. 1 Mackerel
IVll) bbls No. 2 Mackerel
10 bbls No. S Mackerel
26 half bbls No. 1 Mackerel
26 half bbls No. 3 Mackerel
160 kits No. 2 Mackerel
160 kits No. 2 Mackerel
4 1 tuba Choice Lard
13 tubs Choice Butter
4 firkins Choice Butter.
The above tot are fresh and new, and will be offered
low, to close consignment.
CHAS. L. COLBY A CO.,
nov23 Corner Abercorn and Bay streets.
»*AA SACKS Liverpool Ground Salt, landing from
*VV Steamship Leo this day: and for sale Tow on
WM. H. STARK,
n23-2 Corner Lincoln and Bay street.
For Lease or Rent,
off ACRES of good Farm Land, two miles from the
Ot) Court House. Apply to
n23-tf Jefferson and Broughton streets.
GEO. H. ARLEDGE,
72 BAY STREET,
Grocer and Ship Chandler,
CommlMlon and ForwartlliW Maw
I WOULD respectfully eoilcll • liberal share of pa
tronaga from my filuia and aaiaalataaem,
•idee n* to give entire eollafactioa ami sell at the
lowest market prices. J
Order* Irom Ike cavalry will rwaim immediate and
CONHIGN MENTH HOUC’ITBP
AUCTION SALES. f
AT PRIVATE SXI.KT" ~~
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
Small Lots of Land.
There having barn *0 many application* for Small
Tract* of Land for locatlou, the owner of the above
Land, feelrng a disposition to meet this demand has
placed in the market, for a lew days, Luts ol Five
Acres, or mure, part cleared, on the August* Road, op
posite to the three mile atone, also on tae White Bluff
Road, opposite to the two milestone. tf-nld
Bf Bell. Wylly A Christian
AT PRIVATE SALE.
46 acre* of fine Garden Land, within the limite of the
city. The improvementsconaists of a first clot*cottage
dwelling, gothic style, con tain mg six large rooms, with
marble mantel piece, dining room, kitcheu, library ro-tu
famished with shelves and glass doois. Outbuilding*
consists of farm house, containing teveu rooms, bam,
carriage house aud •*tables. Purctn er can have ihe re
fusal ofc >ra, fodder, hay, horses, mules, baggits and
8420 acres ot heavily timbered land, situated twenty
(20) miles from the city, between the Ugetchee aud
C.tuoocUee Roads. An excellent location for a mill, or
an A. No. 1 turpentine plantation, 100 acres of the
above cleared. Improvements consists of two small
dwelling houses with stables, cribs, Ac. tf-uld
By Bell, Wylly A Christian.
TO-MORROW, Friday, 24th inst., at 11 o'clock, at De
mand's Press. will be sold for sccoaut of Under
writers and all concerned,
15 bales Cotton
12 bales Cotton
6 bales Cotton
1 lot Loose Pickings
1 lot Loose Pickings.
Damaged on board the Steamer Laura'a Barges, and
sold under inspection of the Port Wa:dens. Terms
cash before delivery n23
BY BELL, WYLLY A CHRISTIAN,
AT PRIVATE SALE.
A Sea bland Cotton Plantation, of 700 acres, 300 of
which are cleared aud the balance well wooded, situa
ted on Skidaway Island. Fronting on the river are
twenty very superior and desirable building lots.
Y Ol- It, WillinniK, Mclutire
Will sail at auction THIS DAY, In from of store, at
1 Cotton Gin
16 barrel Potatoes
8 barrels Apples
10 boxes line Family Soap
25 bbls fine Brown .S’agar
5 hhds Bacon Sides
6 do Shoulders
10 bbls Cider Vinegar
16 kegs Batter
10 kits No. 1 Mackerel, new
10 do 2 do
1 bbl Blue Fish •
10 bbls Onions
1 bbl English Walnuts
A lot of Yankee Notions, Portfolios, Pocket Mirrors,
Tooth Brushes. Ac.
That valuable lot and improvements known as lot
No. 3 Franklin Ward. The improvements are a large
Brick Warehouse, now used as a stable.
Lot No. 1 and y, of lot No. 2 WaahtngtonWard situated
at the South-East corner of Price and Bay streets.
The above property Ls on the Bay, and ever a rare
chance for Improvement.
For further particulars, enquire at the Counting
pr On Saturday evening we shall have an auc
tion sale of Jewelry, at onr store on Broughton st.
BY BLUN & MEYER.
THIS DAY, 24th Inst, at 10 o'clock, a. m„ in front
of store, will be sold,
One grey eagle Stallion, a fine saddle and barnea 1
Two sorrel Horses
One cbesnut horse.
One roan Horse.
All sound gentle; titles warranted. n24
BYBLUN & MEYER.
THIS DAY, 24th inst., at 10 o'clock, In front of store
will be sold,
2 hhds and 2 casks Breakfast Bacon
10 tierces Sugar- cured Hams
100 tubs Refined Lard
50 tubs New York State Butter
The above are of very chuice quality, and will be
sold in lots to salt purchasers.
An extensive Invoice of Dry Goods, Hoelery, Shoes
and Boots. nv4
BY BLUN & MEYER.
On THURSDAY, Nov 30th, in lront ol store, at 11
o'cloik, will be sold
Lot and Improvements, No. 1 Franklin Ward, the
Improvements consisting of two fine br ck Houses,
two stories ou basements, each house containing seven
The Lot is subject to a ground rent of $29 76 per an
num to the city. 1)24
By T. J. Walsh.
On TI’tSDAY, January, sth. 1860, will be sold at the
Court House, in the city of Savauntb. at 11 o'clock:
The Eastern Half of Lot No. 11 Juckson Ward, (fee
simple, with Improvements), corner of Whitaker
and Hall streets. The improvements are a two-story
brick dwelling, nine rooms, with water In the yard
aud gus through tho honse; brick stable. Both build
ings have slate roots.
Sold by permission of the Ordinary of Chatham
county, fora tlivi-ion among Ihe heirs.
Terms cash, purchaser paying for tides. n24
1 DA COILS Manilla Bale Rope
lUU 600 bags Shot
60 Smith’s Bellows
400 keg 9 Nalls
50 tons Plow Steel
100 tons Swedes anil Refined Iron
1 ton Cast Steel, asserted
160 dozen Axes
SHOO pail' Trace Chains
. 3 casks Sheet Zinc
18 Cotton Tracks
12 Corn Shelters
160 doz Shovels and Spades, assorted brands
60 kegs Horse Shoes
60 kegs Mule Shoes
200 dozen Curry Combs
25 dozen Horse Brushes. For sale by
n?2-2w* WEED A CORNWELL.
Heidt & Ludlow,
HAVE MOVED TO
Ifoa. 152 Congress and 71 Bt. Jullen Streets.
9 K FIRKINS Prime Urd, In store end for *ale by
60 WM. H. STARK.
n22-3 Corner Lincoln and Bay streets.
100 bbls. LIME,
LANDING TO-DAY FROM STEAMSHIP
For sale low, on wharf, by
WM. H. STARK,
ni2-3 Corner Lincoln and Bay streets.
SEA ISLAND HOTEL
HILTON HEAD, S. C.,
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
BUCKLY A BANCROFT, Proprietor*.
kdwabp L. Josm, Agent ts octio
rtONSIONKBS p.r JOS. W. WEBSTER, from New
V York, will attend lo the reception of their goods,
ending thi* day at Exchange wharve. nil
Singer Sewing Machines.
Principal Odlne lor the Mate of Georgia,
lit MUM'WTM ITMIT,
H. D. HAWLSV, General Agent.
A tail* MMHtm.ni far sale at Mew York pHaas
gaarliig Mack lam of all klßde repaired at afreet
Utrfrlag aeatir dee*. all
GROCERIES. LH4CORI, 4 C„
T. J. DUNBAR & Cos!
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WINES. LIQUORS. SEGARS, IC.
147 Bay Street,
(NEXT DOOR ABOVE REPUBLICAN OFFICE.)
IV S Invite the attention ol the Trade and the Pub
" lie generally to our large and elegant assort
Wine*, Liquors, Cordials. Coneerv**, Se
gura, etc., etc.
which is not excelled by any similar establishment
in the States.
We are sole proprietors of DUNBAR'S CELL
MATED WORMWOOD CORDIAL, the reputation of
waich is fully established In this and foreign cuun
tri-s; DUNBAR'S well known STOMACH BITTERS
guaranteed superior to any.article of the kind, de
signed expressly for hotel and family use; DUN
BAR’S SCHIEDAM CORDIAL SCHNAPPS, war
rusted of the u most purity, and pnt np expressly
for onr honse, of wnieh we are sole proprietors and
importers. Sole Agents for Robert Smilh's cele
brated PHILADELPHIA ALE. lu cases and barrels,
English, Scotch and American ALE and POUTER,
BRANDY, scotch and Bonrbon WHISKEY and AR
RACK PUNCHES, formerly well known throughout
the United States, pnt up by us In cases for export
and home consumption.
T. J. D. A Cos. are aole agents for H. A H. W.
Catherwood's Pare RYE WHISKIES XX and XXX
brand-, guaranteed unsurpassed in quality anil ex
cellencc. Constantly on hand, a large and well se
lected stock of BOURBON and WHEAT WHISKIES,
worthy tile attention of the trade and connoisseurs
generally. An assortment of SEGARS of finest
grades, manufactured and Imported expi essly for this
ouse, which win offer at the very lowest net c;ish
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 novT-lm
FINE OLD BRANDT, WINES, Sc.
Peach Valley Whiskey, Maplo Valley Whiskey, Pike's
Magnolia, Spencer's Old Rye, and Fine
FOR SALE BY
C. W. THOMPSON,
At tbe Old Stand,
111 BAY STREET,
Alsop's Ale, Mars' Ale, Apples. Potatoes, Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider and Cider Vinegar.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS,
ALE and Cider.
JUST received, a amal lot choice Oolong Tea. For
M J. SOLOMONS & 00.,
nl7-tf Jonet*’ Buildings, B .y street.
A LARGE assortment of Fresh Biscuits. Just re
ceived and for sale by
M. J. SOLOMONS & CO.,
niT-tf Jones’ Block, Bay street.
J A BOXES CHRBSFa,
76 boxes Fay’s Soap
Just received and tor sale by
octlfi BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
Gao. R. Chump, Wm, A. Wbiodt,
Augusta, Georgia. Late of Richmond, Va.
GEO. R. nuip & CO.,
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Liprs, Tobacco, Segars,
SALTED FISH, &c.
209 llroait St., Augusta, Ga,
W Will purchase and sell on Commission Cotton,
Tobaooo, Pzodccz, and Mebchxndibe of every de
Refers to the Merchants and Bankers of Augusts,
Ga., Richmond. Va., and Jno. C. Ferrill, Esq., De-
Witt <fc Morgan, Gaden <fe Unckles, A. A. Solomons k
Cos., J. T. Paterson & Cos., R. Molina, Esq , Savannah,
KIRLIN, BRO. & BURKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALES, VINES 11 LIQUORS,
CORNER WHITAKER STREET AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED k DELIVERED.
To Wholesale Grocers,
Liquor Dealers, Distillers, Druggists and
ESSENTIAL Oils for flavoring and improving Bran
dy, Rum, Port Wine, Bourbon, Rye, Scotch and
Irish Wbiskie*, age and body preparation!* for Neu
tralising and Mollifying Whiskey and Spirit, Color
ings, Svrups aud Fruit Juices lor Brandy, Whiskey
and Wines, Oils and Extracts of Cognac and other
Brandies, ilolland and Loudon Gin, Ac. Dr F.’s
Treatise on Fermented Liquors with 1000 Recipes.
FOR DRUGGISTS’ USE.
Persian Insect Powder, Fly Paper, Loadstone,
Fluorspar and Fluoric Acid, Manganese aud all rare
Chemicals and Drags.
FOR SOAP MANUFACTURERS,
SUllcate of Soda in Crystals, Liquid and Jelly China
Clay and Terra Alba, Soup stone, Rosin, Soda, Ash,
Ac. JOS. W. FKUCHTKANGEK,
novl-eod3m No. 66 Cedar st., N. Y.
15 lihds. each
SIDES AND SHOULDERS,
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR HALE BY
Holcombe Sc Cos.,
028 a I*l Bay afreet.
H. G. RUWE & CO.,
GROCERIES 9 LIQUORS,
WINEN AM) HEUAKM,
Corner Bryan and St. Julian and
lir A(eat* hu
AtelQ 4NU LAUICIt.
CwMti and; m heed, a* Martmeet «f
TI3H!3DX Bf WXMIO.
uumiCHias. i.iquoHs, aw.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
In Fine Groceries, Hoot* aud Shoes, Clothing,
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Sagan.
Also, Skehan'a Celebrated
GOLDEN ALE AND CHAMPAGNE CTSIK,
in bottle and in wood.
London and Dublin Brown Stoat, Scotch and Eng
lish Ales, Ac.
Liberal deductions made to the trade.
176 BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH,
and 62 Liberty street. New York.
IN LARGE QUANTIES AND OF GOOD
Will find a fine stock at
ZYaudell cts Oo’at.
|f FOREIGN 4|| I DOMESTIC inSjp
ll ALES WINES lUIIQUORS6SEGARS
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.!
RANDELL A GO.
A RE now offering to tbe trade a very choice selec-
A lion of
YOUNG HYSON, and
NO 1- EXTRA AND FANCY 80APS
RAISINS, CURRANTS AND CITRON
PURE GROUND SPICES
B. C. ANI) SAL SODA
VERMICELLI, FARINA, JELLIES,
And a general assortment of Fancy Groceries.
E-H. VAN NESS & CO., .
GROCERS, SHIP CHANDLERS
UNDER THE BLUFF, CORNER ABERCORN ST.,
Orders from the Country Private, Families, Steamers
and Sailing Vessels respectfully solicited.
Produce bought and sold on commission.
ino bbls Selected Apples
100 bbls Onions
100 bbls Potatoes
60 bbls Extra Flour
60 bbls Nos. 1 and 2 Mackerel
100 tubs Extra Batter
150 boxes Extra Cheese
500 kits Nos 1,2 and 3 Mackerel
50 half-bids Fulton Market Beef
50 bbls Extra Family Turk. t f-n2l
“APPLES; CORN AND OUTS.
“A BBLS Choice Apples
20i 0 bushels Maryland White Corn
10’ u bu-hels Maryland oats.
In store and for sale In
CRANE,'JOHNSON A GRAYBILL.
A SUCCESSFUL IMPROVEMENT FOR
SAVING LABOR AND EXPENSE
Warranted not to Injure the
BY the use of this Soap, housekeepers can save half
the money usually expended for Soap, Sal Soda,
etc., ns one pound will go as far as three pounds ofth*
common yellow Soaps, aud do the work in half the
time. There is no Soap in use that will bleach cot
tons and linens so purely white as this, snd none sre
so generally nseful to all classes.
Three gallons of good Soft Soap can be made from
one pound of the OK SOAP, which la tbe cheapest
material that can be used for washing dishes, ml k
pana, scrubbing floors, paint-work, washing windows,
For Steamboats, Painters, Printers, Machinist,
Burnishers, Dyers, snd Manufacturers' the OK SOAP
has no rival.
Those who doubt the truth of the above statements,
have only to try It and judge from the results. The
thousands of housekeepers who are using Pyle's Die
tetic Saleratns (*oJustly celebrated for purity), will
find this Soap equally as wortby of patronage.
It may be used In til* same way as any other Soap,
but the most favorable results are produced by follow
ing the directions on each bar.
Sold in Savannah, at wholesale, by
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRK A 00.
At retail by
novlC-eod6 STUART * 00.
FIRST and only premium awarded at the American
Institute Fair, 1865, and Srate Fair of Pa, 1865. for
Crutchea. Hartman’s Patent Elastic Rubber Crutcnm
are pronounced by surgeons, and everybody else, to be
the very best ever Invented. They are easy and con
venient, they prevent paralysia of the nerves, do away
with all the weariness inseparable from the use of all
others, aud are in all respects unrivalled. Send for a
circular. Agents wanted everywhere LOVRJOY A
TaY LOR, Sole Mauofartnrers, No. 476% Broadway,
N. Y. 6m-n23
Will leave for Aogosta, on SATURDAY MORNING,
Nov. 26th, at 8 o'clock a. m.
For freight or passage, having drat class accommo
dation., apply to
KBIN A CO,
nov23-3 t 1M Bay at
Rio Pe Janeiro.
St. ThdMua, Part, PdrasabaM u 4 Bahld
■ -"•*** Ik. 21Nk of every mnwlkt,
A NEW AND ftSIT CLAW MTKAMHUIP,
TANARUS» Man at I >»'<•■ Hek, p.
From Flat 41, Nawtk Mm.
AU latleat have m peas ihrmigb like NdOdn
Ab .ipertaaiwd Murgeoa wtU he la attends»<* tm
Fur (it(|M til NBHfi Nttia
TUoha« AiHfUiu k UP .
odll ii Nu IL M«w Y«mli.
NEW dßfi YORK.
The new and splendid steamship CHASE W. D.
Roalh, Commander, will leave for the above port on
Saturday, Nov. 85, at o’clock.
For frelgnt or peseage, having eplendtd accommo
dations, apply to
n22 HUNTER A GAMMELL.
FOR NEW YORK.
THE clipper schooner LIZZIE BACHBLLOR, Capt.
English, wUI have despatch for tbe above port.
For freight engagements apply to
n9, HUNTER A GAMMELL,
The.eplendtd ateamehip LEO, Merrill, master,
will leave for the above port on
Saturday, Nov. 91th, at o’clock.
For freight or pierage, having splendid accommo
tionr, apply to
n29 OCTAVUS COHEN.
FOR NEW YORK.
The fine Steamship AMERICA, Lindt, Commander,
will leave for the above port on
Saturday, Nov. '49th, at 1 o’clock p. m.
For freight or passage, having superior state room
accommodations, apply to
n24 BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
FOR NEW YORK.
Atlantic Mail steamship
M The new and bat side-wheel steam
ter, wUI sail as above, on
Saturday,l4sth lnataut, at 1 o’clock p. at.
For freight or passage, having unsurpassed accom
modations, apply to
K H. HARDEE,
nSI No. 12 Stoddard’s Range.
FOR NEW YORK,
MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The splendid and very bat HIDE-WHEEL steamship
Having been placed on this line, will sail as above on
Saturday, November 251 h.
For freight or passage, having very elegnct accom
modations, with accomplished stewards snd attentive
servants, apply to
JNO. R. WILDER, Agent.
Ship’s Bills of Lading furnished aud signed st the
office of Consignee- nov2l
BOSTON & SAVANNAH
Ttie new and superior Steamship
J. 8. CONY, Commander,
Will sail for the above port on
Wednesday, Mov. 99th, st -* o’clock.
For freight or passage apply to
BIuHARDSON A BARNARD.
n2l-tf Bay street, opposite Mariner's Church.
liil TO CHARTER.
yAa A Lighter, of 250 barrels capacity, on
/•i/TTtfSk. and nndeT for * short trip.
RICHARDSON A BARNARD, ‘
Opposite Mariner's Church,
n2l . Bay street.
H. H. MAY,
Will have dispatch for the abov* place. Goods receiv
ed at all time and stored In fire proof warehouse, foot
of Lincoln street, free of coat.
J. M. K INCH LEY, Agent.
Office la Clsghorn A Cunningham’s.
The May strived In Angnsta from Bavannah on last
Friday with her fall freight. ts oct9
Robert Le hr,
Captain J. Cottrell,
WUI have quick despatch.
This Steamer being housed Freight will be perfectly
protected from aU Inclemency of the weather.
For freight engagements apply to
nIT-tf OCTAVUS COHEN.
Regular Weekly Steamer
AUGUSTA - SAVANNAH.
The New bon Steamer
WM. G. GIBBONS,
Capt T. N. Pmiuot,
_ Uavlag Mvann.n wrery Uat.nl., MoenU*. .t •
*, Wadnewl.y Uocmg, at T
uu .tort will Iw spared ua tit* part ufTCr mn?
■••nie aud udN*.* hi amst tlw want* df the Wat.kug
■'"» '<«%httog pabM*.
7 . IBBIM e IfAltl'l.k
I «•» l latmua dgmit aTwherf 1m all
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
F A. IST 2ST I E ,
Will leave as above from Padelford'6 Wharf; ou
Saturday, SStk inet., at 3 p. at.
For freight or ptstage, apply to
F. M, MYRELL,
»24 Harria’ Bnlldinga, Bey street.
The new 9i«|mer
Capt. E. 8. Talbot,
Will leave as above
■very Sunday, at 0 a. m.
For freight or peaaage apply to
R. W. ADAMS, or
J. 8. CARUTHERS,
1128-3 Hodgson's Range, Bay street.
rrtHE undersigned are prepared to receive goods at
A their Warehooeea—free of expenee and cot
ered by Insnra> ce—for shipment to Augusta and
points beyond by their regular line of light draught
boats. Apply to CHAS. L. COLBY,
sept-29—ts cor. Bar and Abercorn sts.
For Palatka, Fla.,
VIA FERNANDINA AND JACKSON*
The new, exceedingly fast snd splendid Steamer
WUI leave Telfair's W.har( as above,
■very Wednesday, at 4 p. at.
The City Point was built by her present owners
without regard to costs, er stateroom and cabins being
furnished In the moet luxurious manner.
For freight or passage apply to
B. W. ADAMS, or
J. 8. CARUTHERS,
n2M Hodgson's Range, Bay street
Will have quick despatch as above. This boat tfi
staunch and of light draught, and being of larga
capacity, shippers ean rely on having their orders go
forward with despatch.
Freight received and stored in fireproof warehouses
free of expense, loot of Lincoln street All ship
charges paid promptly.
For freight, apply to
J. B. PRESDEE, Agent,
109 Broughton street
F. M. MYRELL,
n23 Harris' Bnlldinga, Bay street
Y M Y Z O IST ,
Captain R. Johnson,
D now receiving freight for the above port at DtlloM
wharf, snd will have despatch.
Parties desiring to ship Iron, salt and any other
heavy freight, tn any qnantltles, can do ao by this
Steamer, without say rear of having their goods to*
turned to them.
, „ ERWIN * HARDEE.
Jno. L. Rocmlixat, Agent on wharf. n2B-tf
Will make Tri-weekly Trips to Doctortown, In con.
nectlon with the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad, lravirm
Savannah on Tufsdays, Thn adaya and Saturday*.
Through freight payable by shippers at onr offloa.
Freight received daring the week, and atered ban
For freight or passage apply to
„„ „ CHAS L. COLBT * CO.,
n2O Corner Abercorn and Bay streets.
The fast sailing regular packet
SCHOONER DE 80T0
Having the greater portion of her cargo engaged,
will have quick despatch. For ImUna* of fre ght ap
ply to • .
L. ROCHE, OADKN A UNCKLRB,
Comer Bay and Barnard streets.
Agent* In Baltimore— Pendergaat, Fenwick A Cos.
The new orat clam clipper «>»tp
Is now loading rapidly at Lower Praia, and haying
large engagements will have quick despatch.
For freight or passage (taken at lowest rateaj apply
CHAS. L. COLBY A CO ,
ocU3 corner Abarcorn and Bay at*.
The A. No. 1 Ship MONT fLANC I* BOW
rapidly loading, at White’s Free*. For bal*
IjSJßyaiice of freight (having room only for a tew
hundred tiaTc.i inquire of . „
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