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Thursday, November 10, at.
0 oKfc ,01 BOSTON.
Steamship William Tlbbeua, Wednesday, Not. to.
■ t o’clock*
1 FOR ACOUaTA.
gieamer Helen, Tuesday. November Mth, at •
0 Berry, Tuesday, November 3»th.
o'clock p. m.
8 earner Oak. WcEtaOk '. November 20th, at 0
° sieamer'Vni. G. Gibbons, .very Saturday morning
It 0 ft. IB
Steamer City Point, every Saturday morning, at e
Heamer Orient, every Tuesday morning, at 0
o'clock. _ . .
r-eamer Gen. Shepley, every Saturday morning,
at it o'clock.
Steamer C.arfou, every Sunday morning, at 7
oc.Hck. ron rnoniDa.
Steamer Fountain, every Tuesday morning, at
steamer City Point, every Wednesday aftednoon,
at 1 o'clock.
Steamer St. Johns, every Saturday morning, at
The Gas.—With regard to the inferior quality of
gas with which the city has been supplied of late,
we are informed that the Gaa Company has been.
o ;,j .1 to furnish this or none atali, having been
era j.irrassed by an unforeseen and unavoidable de
ficiency In the, supply of proper material for the
manufacture of the fluid, viz : the loss of one cargo
of coal at sea, and the long detention of another one.
We are glad to be able to state that matters will
soon be arranged so as to secure a full and steady
auppiy of gas of an excellent quality.
ARBiVAi, of New York Steamers.—The steam,
ship Wcyboaaett, Capt. Parish, seventy hours from
Sew York, arrived yesterday morning, to Brigham,
Bal lwin A Cos.
The steamship Euterpe, to John R. Wilder, Capt.
Eldrirlge, seventy-five hours from New York, reached
her wharf yesterday morning. The pursers of the
.hove steamships have our thanks for favors. Lists
of the passengers and consignees will be found
among the shipping intelligence.
Til TOSTCOCRT, DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH, BEFORE CAPT.
CLARK H. KEMICK, FROVOST MARSHAL,
Savannah, November 26,1865.
The United Sihtes, vs. Henrietta Lncas and Johan
na Henderson, (both colored). Improper conduct
and fighting in the street. Prosecutrix, Ann Felder
anil M. Taylor (colored). With the consent of the
prosecutrix and the representation of counsel, the
parties were discharged upon payment of costs, and
giving a bond In the sum of S2OO for their good be
havior to' six months. P. M. Russell, Esq. for de
Tiie Uniied States vs. Mingo Morrel (colored),
willfully and maliciously destroying branch of A .A
G. R. R., i mning to Fort Jackson. The prisoner was
found guilty, und ordered to pay the costs of Court,
aid he im wisoned In the county Jail at hard labor
fifths term of four mouths. J. M. B. Lovell, Esq. for
railed Statos. I
The United States vs. Adam Jincks (colored), Im
proper conduct In the market. Found guilty, and
dismissed with a repremand and the payment of $3
The United States vs. Edward Reegan, simple lar
ceny. The prisoner was found guilty, and ordered to
refund to the prosecutrix toe amount of money t keu
from her, and pay three dollars costs.
Tne lulled States vs. Beu Bliss (colored), accused
of stealing meat. The evldenoo was not sufficient to
convict, and he was discharged upon payment of $3
The United Slates by Capt, W. T. Easton, Military
Tax Collector vs. Numerous citizens, violating Oi dvrs
relative to the payment of taxes. A large number
of citizens w ere summoned to appear before the
Court for uou-paymont of taxes on Real Estates,
and Monthly sales, who were ordered to pay a flue
and cost, and ordered to pay their taxes Imme
A e Clio (colored), was charged with larceny from
Samuel Small (colored), and proved guilty. .He paid
i fine and was dismissed. a
Wm. George, Lewis Wllkerson and Henry Wed
zii i dll colored), was charged with disorderly con.
dfic in a house near Liberty street. The two former
paid a flue, and the lattersent to Jail for one month.
G urge Johnson (colored), was charged with steal
ing rrom G. Bevell, aud ordered to pay a flue.
Martin Marten was proved guilty of eating at Henry
Smith’s stall at the Market, and refusing to pay far
the same. He was commlttod to Jail for one month.
Ihe Theatre.— We are promised a treat tills
evening in the appearance at the Theatre of those
distinguished artists, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watkins.—
M>. Harry Watkins, late Mrs. Charles Howard, en
)’>>» already a favorable reputation in Savannah as
au accomplished actress and vocalist, and Mr. War
kins is heralded by a world-wide fame as a comedian
of great merit. The play for the occasion is the
thrilling drama, Kathleen Mavonmeen, in which
Hr. and Mrs. Watkins sustain the parts played by
them with great success In the theatres of the old
and new worlds. A bill of equal attraction has rare
ly been presented at our theatre.
StTRVEv fok Coast Fortifications.— A party In
charge or Mr. c. J. Lorigan, Civil Assistant Engineer,
Irom the c. S. Engineer Office at Hilton Head, arriv
ed in this city on Friday by order of Brevet Major C.
It. nuter, C. s. Engineers, to make surveys of Fort
Jackson and Battery Lee, Fojrt Pulaski aud the east
er.y end or Tvbee Island. These will complete the
I sun eys for proposed permanent fortifications for the
defence of the coast of South Carolina and Georgia.
“Craxt and Sherman—Their Campaigns and
niNEKALA"—The subscribers for this work in Sa
vannah are Informed that copies have been received
'y the agent, Mr. M. G. Reilly, who will deliver them
a speedily as possible. Subscribers who choose can
receive »iem at once at the residence of Mr. Reilly
cornet of Brvan and Habersham streets.
Tnz Atlantic monthly for December has been
received by EstlU, at the News Depot, corner Bull
»acet and Bay lane. The number contains papers
pou n m, Blackwood and Adelaide Ann Proctor, be
' ts the usual pleasing variety of essa'ys, light read
ing and poetry, uis a sterling number.
me ' De "ioreßt's Mirror of Fashions, a splendid
** iZ r ine ' rlctlly Illustrated and abounding In mat-
Esu i° s mtercsl for ,l£B ladles, is also foi sale at
CiSE ° F TnE Rivir Plantation Negroes.—
clnr « cxa '‘ :aatl °n. on Friday, of the negroes
wa.Mi"' 11,1 1110 robbery of Mr. Holtaclaw, nothing
■ ■‘'-Hvii additional to what h.s already appear
",n °nr columns.
prk°nc m offered no testimony In defence and
t 0 ■’ ail for trial before a mtlltar T com
l r ..a ’ “ accorila nce with the regulations of the
Jnl B .?**** Ann,s Raised—A few days since
lav s„i n ° ned , * lB fact Hist the steamer Annie,which
tITTT ° U " ,e eouth a “ le of InlsnO. was
Cap. c° !l* rajßea ' Wo * r ® pleased to state that
d.v ... IK ‘ llu ' »Kent of the Underwriters, on Prl
hum' ’ U UlK,ut 160 “’mock, succeeded, after two
In ~, ‘'T P ‘ U « wltli llla oeutrlfugal wrecking pump,
Eusieru ** UOW 41 Ule lo,r * r
"■"► lined iJf.'lWasoks ( It, arrived at tills port.
l'av.mniif"»‘ ; Wisrlg The vessel wul
'Vjthtincdbefore she can roach til* city.
linin', c,Tr — t ' ru >» one of the oldest po'
<i. lv ,, J lB cR J w» learn that the nlgbt of talar'
■siiuuii *** ° n * 01 lha oioatquiet srsr kuown In He
i" 'tilf ' l ' Ua “‘ ~ u ** »*l»' twd uiat within a few
v »""*n will ,” r "idereii R*r the ponoe of *e
‘ * m lw received end dwtribuud to them.
t f. l^ rT, *»—TWS HtetiugoMked ptirstcisu
"'" i-iii * 14, 1* s'opplug, for a brief period,
■ ‘ 'e'vht i *lwre fee uiay 1m uuiisulled by
kLueta I “*** r '*. tlrwduree, dlseaaas pf ihe
Ftomai. or Mb. A. CoaDKa.-Th. rites ofburtal were
paid to the remain* of Mr. A. Cord** at 16 o’clock
At 10 o’clock ike Germania Fire Company No. 10,
Henry B an. Foreman, escorted by the Brass Band
of the liih M due Volunteers, repaired to toe resi
dence of the deceased, and ahortly afterwards the
funeral cortege composed of the 12th Maine Bram
Band, Germania Fire Company No. 10, sixty officers
and men in fall uniform, honorary and exempt
members of tile Germania, officers and members of
Olher Fire Companies, hearse aud pall-bearers, and
carriage* containing relatives and friends, moved
down Bryan street to West Broad, through West
Broad io Laurel Grove Cemetery. A large n. mber
of citizens were lu attendance. At the grave First
Foreman Henry Bluu performed the appropriate
Mr. Nkwman’s Concert.—The class of Mr. J. H.
Newmau. Teacher of Music in the public schools,
give a concert this evening at St. Andrew’s Hall.
The class numbers about one hundred, aud with the
assistance of the “Savannah Quartette Club," can
not fail of giving an excellent entertainment, and do
credit to themselves and Mr. Newman. The previous
concerts given by Mr. Newman’s class have been
entirely successful, and a large audience will doubt
less be attracted to St. Andrew’s Hall this evening-
Murray's Line for New York.—We learn that
the Messrs. Murray A Nephew have added another
steamer, t he Virgo, to their line whicli already include
the Leo and Zodiac. The Virgo is a bran new ship,
and this Is her first voyage. Mr. O. Cohen Is agent of
this line in Savannah. She is advertised to leave for
New York on Thursday, Nov. 30.
Mlsalatur* Almanac—Tills Day.
Sun rises 0 41'.Moon rises 1 52
Sun set# 4 55|High water 2 48
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
SUNDAY, NOV. 28, 1885.
Steamship F.uterpe, Eldrldge, New York—John R
Steamship Weybosset, Parish, New Y'ork—Brig
ham, Baldwin A Cos.
Steamer Ella, Rowland, Darien—M A Cohen.
Steamer Orient, Qoldthwait, Doctortown—Chas L
Steamer City Point, Talbot, Palatka, Ac.—RW
Steamer Resolute, Canuon, Hilton Head.
Steamer Fannie, McNulty, Palatka, etc—F M My
Steamer Fountain, Castner, Jacksonville, Fla—M
Steamer Lizzie Baker, King, Palatka, etc—Clag
Steamer O F Potter, Cessar, Augusta—Chas L Col
by * Cos.
Steamer Oak. McCauley, Augusta—J B Presdee.
Steamer Express, Morgan. Augusta, to F M M.vrell.
Brig Fannie, Chapman, Philadelphia, with 250 tons
coal to Savh Gas Light Cos.
Ship Herald, Calvert, Liverpool, with 2,107 sacks
salt to C Green.
Steamship Herman Livingston, Baker, New Y'ork
—J R Wilder.
Stehmshtp America, Lindt, New Y'ork—Brigham,
Baldw.n A Cos.
Steamsnip San Salvador, Adkins, New York—B H
Steamship Leo, Merrill, New York—Octavos Cohen.
Steamer Wm G Gibbous, Philpot, Augusta—Erwin
Steamer Amazon, Johnson, Augusta, Erwin A
Steamer Helen Getty, Ingraham, Palatka, Fla—L
Steamer Gen Shepley, MUllkin, Doctortown—C L
Colby A Cos.
Steamer Resolute, Cannon, Hilton Head.
Steamer Caldwell, Murray, Augusta—J R Wilder.
Steamer City Point, Talbot, Charleston, etc—R W
Steamer Ella, Rowland, Darien—M A Cohen.
scur LieSoia, Crook, Philadelphia—L aßoclie, Ga
den A Duckies.
Per steamer Fountain, from Palatka, etc—36 bales
sea Island cotton, 2 do upland do, 8 barrels oranges,
67 cow hides, 2 bmlls deer skins.
Per steamer Orient, from Doctortown—2i bales sea
tsl n 1 cotton, 3 do wool, 171 do upland cotton.
Per steamer Ella, from Darien—2Bß bales upland
cotton, IT bags wool.-
Per steamer oak, from Augusta—6l6 bales upland
cotton, 25 boxes dry goods.
Per steamship America, for New York—3B2 bales
upland cotton, 6 do sea Island do, 15 bbls ale, und 31
Per steamship Herman Livingston, for New York
—1,4T3 bales upland cotton, 3 do sea Island do, 21
bbls and 5 bxs fruit, .34 bales domestics ana 15 pckgs
<?:.■ i ait hi ,9 > fir Jiv fir;—Win es up
land cotton, 53 do sea Island do, 2 casks and 1 bbl
fruit, 2 bbls sugar and .8 pkgs mdse.
Per steamship San Salvador, for New York—l,2o6
bales upland cotton, 7 do sea island do, .0 do rope
cuttings, T no wool, g cases mdse, 1 iron safe, 3 bbls
aud 2 kegs metal.
Per scur Desoia, for Philadelphia —loß p leces p p
limber, measuring TJ.I7J feet. 3 bales upland cottou.
20 do dry hides, 2o do domestics and yams.
Per steamship Weybosset, from N. w York—A J
Aurtln, wife and 2 children, N T Elliott, D M Bim-,
H Camp, T O Donohoe, H D Cooper, W H Watson, J
H Watson, C Clapp.
Per steamship Euterpe, from Sew York—L Uaun.
sen. Capt G Thompson, J Smith, Mis* Smith, A R
Cummings and wife, R J Coles and servant, Cbas 1
Smith, W J Fryer, 8 Ffood, G Mctlvoy, C W Colts,
G W Cambell and broth*, Mr Reade, M Benedict,
Miss H Bernard, Miss Carrington, TB Hannah and
boy, Mr Lane, Mr Taylor, P F Taylor, and-. 8 steerage
Per steamer Fannie, from Jacksonville, etc—Rev
Mr Pinkerton, Dr H Royall, Capt Crowell, and 2 on
Per steamer Oak, from Augusta—Miss J N Wlnr,
M Tnompson, and 10 la steerage.
Per steamer Fountain, from Falatka—E W Sey
mour, J Richmond, Capt Crosby, J H Burgess, A H
King, J Lippman, P t Lowe, J A Pscettl and nephew
F Evans, U E Morton, A it dibble, S Solomons, J H
TUon, J B Habersham, A Seydell, G Erkell, A Mc-
Per steamer City Point, from Palatka, etc—J Trust
J L Blakely, L F Bigelow, N Strong, J Patten, W D
Per steamship San Salvador, for New Y'ork—T A
Ferris, Dr N H Fayue, J Bigler, J 11 Stone, Ca tain R
Smith, Rev W O’Donnell, Miss M Sherman, Hon J E
Ward, W WUllams, A A Canard, R H Brent, Perry O
Dodge, Mrs J D Cohen and child, Jno Oestmaun, G
Rowe, C H Nichols, J A Roberts, Capt Haines, Jno
Perry, D U Bigelow.
Per steamer Fountain, from Palatka, etc—M A
Cohen, J L VUlalouga, E Padleford, Dzillnskl A 8, T
A Gordon, J A Pacettl, A M A Bro.
Per steamer Oak, from Augusta—O Cohen, Clag
horn A Cunningham, Dzilinski A Slager, H Watkins.
Per steamer O F Potter, from Augosta—3oo bales
upland cotton to E F Metcalf A Cos.
PersteamsUio America, lor New York—T Howe,
and 10 in steerage.
Per steamship Herman Llvlngeton, for.New York
G McGinty, S M Colding, P Young, Mrs A Donette
and daughter, T Cooper, D Lathrop, Col C W Styles,
Per steamship Euterpe, from New York—J W An
derson, W Barnett, H K Baum, B, Baldwin A Cos, B.
Wylly A Christian, B, Smith A Cos, T Bateson, j H
Deppish, w A Coles, Cooper, Olcott A Farrelly, Cun
ningham ts Purse, Duncan A Johnson, Doyle A Ly
ons, Erwin A Hardee, G C Freeman, M Feral A Cos,
A A S Uardee.'T Holcombe A Cos, Uuuter A Gammeli
Kdrliu A Burke, J M Kinchley, W Myers, F M Myrell,
I H Moses, G Ott, J Oliver, T Pepper, H W Pease, J
Ryan, H Rothschild, Rue A Cos, O Cohen, H Roberts
A Reseller A Cos, Southern Ex Cos, M J Solomon, A A
Solomon, W H Bt*rk, Tison A Gordon, W Wolf, Well
A Melnbard, NBA L White, B F Einstein, M New
rn&rk, R Cowdin, Mrs Servace, W Meyer, G F Platt,
Tracy, Mallony <6 Cos, R Cozdell, R H Vickers, Oliver
it Douglass, A P Allgood, W P Csmell, J C Reese <6
Per steamship Weyboaaer, from New York—Adams
Ex Cos, Augusta Factory, B, Baldwin A Cos, B, Smith
A Cos, N E. Baum, T H Bolshaw A Cos, D Bailey, B,
Hartridge A Cos, J W Burke A Cos, Blun A Meyer, 8
Cohen, M A Cohen, C, Johnson A Graybill, W Duncan
8 Duulap, Erwin A Hardee, E Everett, Einstein A
Ecktnan, E Ehrlich, D Finegan, G C Freeman, A Free
man, Urey, Mullarkey A Cos, L J Uuilmartin A Cos, H
A Gammeli, Green A Leake, Gilliland A Cos, Holcomb
A Cos, U M Ueldt, U B A G W Lamar, J Lamar, La
throp A Cos, Lovell A Lattlmore, LtnvUle A Gleason,
K J Larcombe, J Lippman, Laßoche, U A I'nckles, J
U Mastetons, 11 Meim.ard A Bro. M 8 Meyer, J C
Maker A Cos, F M Myrell, J R Norton, G T Nichols, J
Oliver, Ferry A Loveridge, W 8 Phillips, \V I, Pea
body, J W Robertson. C L Rogers, P Kellly, Rogers
A Cano, Rogers A Cos, W U Stark, Southern Ex Cos,
Scranton, Smith dt Cos, P Skeban, A M carborough,
A A Solomou A Cos, G Schuster, B Straus, J A Thom
son A Cos, J P Tuornfiyke, Tisou <5 Gordon, P Tiahler
J L Tatune, E u Van Ness <8 U.o, Mr VUlalouga, W
A Cornwall, U WellOrook, W M Walsh, Well A Metn
hardt, Y, W, Mclutlre A Cos.
Per steamer Fannie, from Jacksonville, etc—2 bbls
rosin, Ac, to F M Myrell, Moody A Barnett, and
Per steamer Ella, from Darien—Jonea A Way, E A
Hardee, J W Lathrop A Cos, A 3 Hartridge.
Per steamer O.tent, from Docioriowu—A Lester,
Jones A Way, Erwin A Hardee, E C Wade, K Paddle
ford, Eloslmu it Kukuau. Tisou a Gordon, O Cohen,
J IV Anderson A Boa, J L Vlllalunga, R Habersham
A Bod, A McMullen, A G B.own, O Fallon A Cos.
Fury uif fehnanDlNa, fla.
Fkunandina, Fla., Nov. 24.
Nov 25—Steamer Foumaiu, caetuer, (Tom savau
Meauicr Uiy Fetal, Talbot, from Charlaaloa and
■Mautor Luuiaburg, Da e. rrom Key Week
ate auiar rauure, McNulty, from Chai laelou.
Nov M-Maamar Uaaie Baker, King, horn Sevan
uk Govt steamer St Maria, Ward, from Jackaon
rills, wllo colored troupe for Pun Clluok
Multr t'luium, ut •rviacbartaMoA
N»* Ifi-Mteamera Ptuuteim for Faiaikt | Louie
burg mu I’ori Huyal. '
air 64—uaaiucr I'liy Folia, for JackaouvUt* i air
FeMuie, lot Pata ka i Mr Uwle Baker, fotjauwuft'
Nev 24—Bohr A F Kiwi berg. o. New Haven, Tin m
»». loading luiulxtr.
Brig Nam Welsh, of Philadelphia, E Hoerker.
.Bear A J Dyer, of Joueapoit, Rogers; aclu J L Lies*
Os New York, Brown; schr Chuton, Holmes
On Board steamer Orient, i
Nov. *B. ,86k }
We, the undersigned passi-ngeat, take great plea
sure in apeakiug lu the highest terms oi the Capiaiu,
Parser aud orew of this steamerlor the kind mauucr
lu which they have treated us, aud beg leave to
tueuituu that the steamer leu Doctortown uu Satur
day moruiug at BJ4 am, aud arrived at Savanuati uu
the following day at 8 a m.
W M Nichols. ij Baum,
L tv H Pittman, J M Bill,
Wm Wershaui, ID J Dillon.
lain or VESSELS IN the port of
Savannah, Nov. 27,1565.
9an Salvador, Atkins, 871, loading, New York-B
Leo, Merrill loading, New York—O Cohen.
America, Lindt, loading, New York— Brigham, B
Herman Livingston, Baker, 1,400 tons, New York
—J R Wilder.
Wm Tibbets, Cony, discharging—Richardson A
Lizzie Batchelder, English, 409, loading New YorV
—Hunter A G&mmell.
Clara Pickens, Rodgers, 450, loading for Liverpool
Ida McLeod, Cook, 398, loading for Boston—Hun
ter A GammelL
Redwood, Boyle, loading—Rogers A Caun.
Rush. Raynor, discharging—Patterson A
Atlantic, Wark, 101 tons, discharging—B, Wylly A
Olive Francis, Small, discharging—Chas L Colby
Trade Wind, loading tor Philadelphia—C, Johnson
Geo Darby, Snow, from New York, dlsch’g—
Hunter A Gainmelt.
De Sota, Crook, 150, loading for Philadelphia—La
Roche, Gaden A Dnckles.
Wm E Stevenson, Burton, 156, waiting.
Vapor, Bogart. 800 tons, loading for New York—
Laßoche, Gaden A Dnckles.
Antelope, Jones, 70 tons, loading, Baltimore—C,
Johnson * Graybill.
D W Vaughan, Mont, 234, loading, New York—
Patterson A Tucker.
Electric Spark, Taber, loading for Jacksonville,
Fla—Wm A Beard.
. Ira Bliss, Braggs, loading tor New York—Johnston
Crane <t Graybill.
A E Snyrk, repairing, bound to Charleston.
Abby Bee, waiting—W A heard.
A F Ames, Ames, discharging—Van Horn, Hol
yoke A Murray.
Oliver Cromwell, Delano, loading, St Helona—C L
Colby A Cos.
Chattanooga, Black, discharging—Richardson A
AT PRIVATE BALE. =
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
Small Lots of Land.
There having been vo many applications for Small
Tract, of Land for location, the owner of the above
Land, feeling a disposition io meet this demand, has
placed in the market, for a few days, Lots of Five
Acres, or more, part cleared, on the Augusta Road. oj>
posits to the three mile stone, also on the White Bluff
Road, opposite to the two mile stone. tf-nl6
By Bell. Wylly & Christian.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
45 acres of fine Garden Land, within the limits of the
city. The Improvements consists or a fit at class cottage
dwelling, gothic style, contaln ngsixlaige rooms, with
marble mantel p ece, dining room, kitchen, library room
furnished with shelves and glaasdoois. Outbuilding,
consists of farm house, containing seven rooms, barn,
carriage house and "tables. Purcha er can have ti> re
fusal ofcjrn, fodder, hay, horses, mules, baggies and
2430 acres f t heavily timbered land, situated twenty
(20) miles from the city; between the Ogeechee ami
C.noochee Roads. An excellent location for a mill, or
an A. No. 1 turpentine plantation. 100 acres of the
above cleared. Improvements consists of two sma'l
dwelling houses with stables, cribs. Ac. tf-uIS
BY BELL, WYLLY & CHRISTIAN.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
A Sea Island Cotton Plantation, of 700 acres. 300 ot
which are cleared and the balance well wooded, situa
ted ou ski,lawny Island. Fronting on the i iver are
twenty very superior and desirable building lots.
BY BLUN & MEYER.
On THURSDAY, N v 30th, in ront of store, at XI
o’clock, will be sold.
Lot »ud Improvement*, No. I Franklin Ward, the
improvements consisting of two flue br ck House?,
two stories ou basement*, each house containing seven
The L*>t is ?!ihjoct to agrouud rent of $29 76 per an*
uum to the city. uz4
By T. J. Walsli.
On TDi BDAY, January, sih. ISOB, will be sold at the
Court House, In the city ol Savannah, at 11 o'clock:
Th : Eastern Half of Du No. 11 Jackson Win and, (fee
simple, w;ta improvements,, corner of Wnitaker
md Hull streets 'J ho improvements are a two-stoi y
brick dweiliug, nine rooms, with water iu the yard
and gas through th.’ house; brick stable. Both build
ings nave slate roots.
Sold by permission of ihe Ordinary of Chatham
county, fora division among ha helm.
Terms cash, purchaser paying for tides. 1i24
1 DA COILS Manilla Bale Rope
I UU 500 bage Shot
50 Smith’s Bellow,
400 kega Nalls
50 tons Plow Steel
luO tons Swedes and Refined Iron
1- ton Cast Sreel, assorted
150 dozen Axes
3000 pair Trace Chains .
3 casks Sheet Ziuc
18 Cotton Trucks
12 Corn Shellers
160 doz Shovels and Spades, assorted brands
50 kegs Horse Shoes
50 begs Male Shoes
200 dozen Curry Combs
25 dozen Horse Brushes. For sale bv
n22-2w* WEED A CORNWELL.
A CARGO of SALT, to sacks to the ton, just arrived
per British bark Croesco from Liverpo 1, for sale
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
TWO months after date application will be made
t the Court of Ordinary of Chatham connty for
leave 0 sell all the real estate of James Bilbo, de
ceanctotor the purpose of distribution.
JOHN O. FEBRILL,
Heidt & Ludlow,
HAVE MOVED TO
!Us. lit fougTess and 71 K. Jnlien Street!.
FIRST and only premium awarded at the American
Institute Fair, IB6i,andß ate Fair or Fa, 1865. foi
Crutches. Hartman’s Falent Elastic Rubber Crutcncs
are pronounced by surgeon,, and everybody else, to be
the very best ever invented. They are easy aud con
venient, they prevent paralysis of the nerves, do away
with all Ihe w rarlness Inseparable from the use of all
others, aud are In all respects unrivalled. Send for a
circular Agents wanted everywhere LOVEJuY A
TaILOK bole Manuta tnrers, No. 476)4 Broadway,
N. Y. 6m.n23
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GROCERS, SHIP CHANDLERS
' * Prodnoo Dealer*,
DNDIR THE BLDFP, CORNER ABIKOORY ST,
Order, from th* Coaniry Private, Families, Steaaore
and nailing Vomol, reapeolfally aoliotied.
Produce hoifbt and told OS ooratnlaelgg.
listaraS? A * ,pl "
5” kbit Xx'ra flaw
U halt,tilth w ilten Market Beef
to iiU* Bobo FfaftUf fork. (fall
GROCERIES, LIRUOfU. A C„
T. J. DUNBAR & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS, JC.
147 Hay Street,
(NEXT DOOR ABOVE BEPDBUCAN OFFICE.)
U r E Invite the attention ot the Trad* and the Pub
lic generally to our large and elegant Afr>ori
Wiiei, laftquora, ConllftU, Comtnrca, Sc-
Kara, etc., etc.
wh.ch U not excelled by auy similar establishment
in the States.
We are sole proprietors of DCNBAR'S CELE
BRATED WORMWOOD CORDIAL, the repuUtiou of
which i« fully established lu thi? and foreim man
trios; DUNS Ui'S w *ll known STOMACH BlTTEßS
eaarauteed mpcrlor to any article of the kind, de
digued exureMly for hotel and family u*e; DUN
BAR’S SCHIEDAM CORDIAL SCHNAPPS, war
ranted of the u most parity, and put np exprestiy
for our house, of wuich we are eole proprietors and
importers. Sole Agents for Robert Smith's cele
brated PHILADELPHIA ALE. io cases and barrels;
Eoitlnsh, Scotch and American ALE and PORTER,
BHANoY, scotch and Bourbon WHISKEY and AR
RACK PUNCHES, lormerlywell knowh throughout
the United State.*, pat up by us in caaee for export
aud home consumption.
T. J. D. A Cos. are aole ajrenta for H. & n. W.
Catherwood’e Pure RYE WHISKIES XX and XXX
brand*, guaranteed unsurpassed in qnality and ex
cellence. Constantly on hand, a large and well se
lected stock of BOURBON and WHEAT WHISKIES,
worthy the attention of the trade and connoisseurs
generally. An assortment of SEGARS of finest
grades, manufactured and imported cxpiesely for this
ouse, which we offer at the very net cash
prices. BRANDIES, GINB, WINES, CHAMPAGNES,
aud every description and grade of Foreign Liquors*
imported directly by thin hous , and for sale in bond
or duty paid, at lowest market rates nov7-lm
FINE OLD BRANDT, WINES, Sc.
Peach Valley Whiakey, Maple Valley Whiakev, Pike’s
Magnolia, Spencer's Old Rye, and Fine
FOR SALE .13 Y
C. W. THOMPSON,
, At the Old Stand,
XIX BAY STEKJIT,
Alsnp'e Ale, Mars' Ale, Apple*. Potatoes. Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider and Cider Vinegar.
a AND ELL & CO.
ARE now offering to the trade a very choice selec
YOUNG HYSON, and
no. l- Extra and fancy soaps
RAISINS, CURRANTS AND CITRON
PURE GROUND SPICES
B. C. AND SAL SODA
VERMICELLI, FARINA, JELLIES,
And a general assortment of Fancy Groceries.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
GROCERIES, WINES. LIQUORS,
ALE and Cider.
. eep2 ts
JUST received, a emal let choice Oolong Tea. For
M J. SOLOMONS A CO„
nl7-tf Jone*' buildings. B y afreet.
A LARGE aenortment of Freeh Biscuits. Juet re
ceived and for tale by
M. J SOLOMONS & CO.,
niT-tf Jones* Block, Bay street.
4 A BOXES CHEESE,'
a" 76 boxes F.iy'fi Boap
Just received and lor sale by
rtctlfi BRIGHAM, BALDWIN k CO.
Geo. R. Csmip. Wm, A. Weight,
Augusta, Georgia. Late of Richmond, Va.
GEO. It. CRUMP & GO.,
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Lipors, Toliacco, Segars,
SALTED FISH, &c.
209 Broad St., Augusta, Ga,
OT Will pufthaae and sell on Commission Cotton,
Todaooo, Pkopcoe, and MESouAMDiaa of every de
Refers to the Merchants and Bankers of Augusta,
Ga., Richmond, Va.. and Jno. C. Ferrill, Esq., De-
Witt A Morgan, Gaden A Unckles, A. A. 8o!omons A
Cos., J. T. Paterson A Cos., K. Molina, Esq., Savannah,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALES, WISES AND LIQUORS,
CORNER WHITAKER STREET AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED ft DELIVERED.
To Wholesale Grocers,
Liquor Dealers, Distillers, Druggist* and
ESSENTIAL Oila for flavoring and improving Bran
dv, Kum Port Wine, Bourbon, Rye, Scotch and
tiiAh Wiiiskicft, age and body preparations for Neu
trali.dng aud Mollify ng Whiskey and spirit, Color
ings, Syrups and Fruit Juicus iur Branuy, Whiskey
and Wniea. Oils and Extracts of Cognac and other
Brandies, Iloliacd and Loudon Gin, Ac. Dr P.’s
Treatise on Periuenteo Liquors with 1000 Recipes.
FOR DRUGGISTS’ USE.
Persian Insect Powder, Fly Paper, Loailatoue,
Fluorspar aud Fluoric Acid, Manganese aud ail rare
Chemical* and Drug*.
FOR SOAP MANUFACTURERS,
Silllcate of Soda In Crystal* Liquid and Jelly China
Clay aud Terra Alba, .-Soap Btoue, Bonn, Soda, Aeh.
AC. Jos. W. FKUCHTKANGKH.
novl-eodim No. 55 Cedar »t., N. Y.
H. G. RUWE & CO.,
GROCERIES § LIQUORS,
WINE* AM) HLG A IIS,
Corn«r Bryan and St. Julian and
(PHONTINO PIXASM.I UUVBffiq
NT Ageßte for
AI.K AND LAOF.It.
CfooaifoiMr ee heed, aa areurtaaaoi *f
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
In Fin* Groceries, Boots aud Shoes, Clothing.
Foreiga and Domestic Wine*. Liquors and aegara.
Also. Skchan’a Celebrated
GOLDEN ALE AND CHAMPAGNE CIDER,
In bottle and lu wood. o'
London and Dublin Brown Stoat, Scotch aud 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
IXancioll tfc Co’s.
|T FOREIGN DOMESTIC
laleswincs liquors a sfgars
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
Silk Dress Hats,
Jnst received and for sale by
S. M. COLDING,
n24-3 153 Congres. "treet.
7 K HHDB. Baltimore Bacon Slde9 and Shooldera
I tr 50 tubs Goshen Butter
30 kegs New York State Butter
WEST, BRYAN A CO.,
n26-3 Jones’ Block,
LIVERPOOL SACK SALT.
THE Cargo of the British ship Herald la offered
for sale In lota to suit purchasers, by
CHARLES GREEN A SON,
12 Bay street, Stoddard’s Lower Range.
Mrs STEPHANIE BUNARD, a graduate of one of
the first Semi aries of Europe, with several years
experience, wishes to give Lessons in the tfternoon.
in French. German and music. Address to this office.
ACHESNIT SORREL MARE PONY, stands be
tween eight aud nine hands high; gray hairs
In mane aud Call; white face: had on a saddle end
bridle. Auy person giving information at the Her.
aid Office to lead to ber recovery, will he handsomely
rewarded. THOMAS MARTIN.
A— A small white POODLE DOG, highly
by the owner. A suitable reward
£mSwill be paid for bla return to the store,
ruv ij.oug.iton street.
025 J. B. PRESDEE.
JUST received from the Importer*, a few choice
brands of genuine Havana". comprUtng the Co
bauas. let and 3d*; Prince ot Walee; No Mr. Olive
dca; Plantations; Cabarga*. For sales on the lowest
tern.* hy SORREL BROTHERS,
u-5-3 82 Bay airnet.
GUNNY CLOTH. Rope. Sea Island Bagging, Twine,
Bacon, Sugar and Coffee. For sale by
n25-G OGTAVUs COHEN.
FOR NEW YORK,
MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The very fast sailing Steamahlp
Will positively sail on her regular day,
Wednesday, 29th Inst., at A o’clock p. a.
For freight or passage apply to
JOHN R. WILDER,
FOR NEW YORK.
The fine Steamship WEYBOS9RTT, Parish, Com
mander will leave for the above port on
Wednesday, Nov. 30, at 31-/1 o’clock p. m.
For freight or passage, having superior state room
accommodation*, apply to
n2T BRIGHAM, BALDWIN * CO.
For Palatka, Fla.,
Via Darien, Branawlek, St. Mary’s, Fen
nantllna, Jacksonville and Plealata.
Connecting with steamer Flora Temple JOr King'*
Ferry , OentervUluye, and all landings on
t the a. Murya Hirer.
rfIHE new and fast ateamer FOUNTAIN, Capt. G.
A W. CoaTMißiwill leave r a above on"iUKSDAY,
the 28th hut, at 10 o'clock a. m.
For Freight ur Passage apply on board, at Padal
ford’* When, near While'* Central Cotton Preee, or to
M. A. COHEN. Agent.
Daring the abeence of the boat all good* will be re
ceived at the warenouMon the wharl,tiy Mr. w. K. u.
Freight payable on Wharf.
Shipper* will furnieh weight* and measurement ot
The new Steamer
Capt. E. K. Talbot,
WUi leave above
Every kalardey, al • a, m.
Fur freight or p*M*g* eepiy te
M. W. AIUMK. er
1 ft OanDymkhu,
iiffT HodgtM'a itakge, Bey eteeeft
The new and apUndld steamship CHASE. W D
Boath, Commander, will leave for the ahovT port on
Thanday, Nov. 30, at o’clock.
For freight or passage, haring splendid accommo
dations, apply to
FOR NEW YORK.
A.tla.ntio Mail l*teamahip
The new and fast side-wheel gleam
BAN JACINTO, Loveland, mas*
ler, will sail as above, on
Saturday, Dec. 3d, at O’clock.
For (height or passage, hiring unsurpassed accom
modation*, apply to
B. H. HARDEE,
n2T No. 12 Stoddard’s Range,
Murray & Nephew’* I iue
The splendid steamship VIRGO, Bulkley, master,
will leave for the above port on
Tkwrsday, Nov, 30th, at o’clock.
For freight or passage, haring splendid accommo
tlone, apply to
n2T OCTAVU9 COHEN.
BOSTON & SAVANNAH
The new and snperlor Steamship
J. 8. CONY, Commander, (
Will sail for the above port on
Wednesday. Nov. 30th, at o’clock.
For freight or passage apply to
Rl« HAKDSON A BARNARD,
n2l-tf Bay street, opposite Mariner's Church.
R. H. MAY,
Will have dispatch fur the abova place. Gaud* receiv
ed at all time and stored In (Ire proof warehouse, foot
of Lincoln street, free of cost.
J. M. KINCHLKY, Agent
Office In CUghom A Cunningham's.
The May arr ved in Augusta from Savannah on laal
Friday with her full freight ts octn
Capt Wm. McCauley,
Is discharging This Day at Ferry wharf under Gas
House Hill, and will leave as above,
Wednesday, 39th Inst., at 6p. m,
TLis host is In excellent order (rates A 1 In Insur
ance Companies) and being oflaige capacity shipper*
can rely on having their orders go through with de
For Height apply to
J. B. PRESDEE, Agent
109 iiroughton street
F. M, MYRELLT
n2T Harris’ building*. Bny street
P. JB. G-oodsell
Will receive Height on Monday, and leave with
For freight engagements, apply on board or to
The favorite Steamer
Capt Isaac Henry,
Will leave for the above port on
Tuesday, Nov. 38, at 1 o’clock p. m.
For freight or passage, having "superior accommo
dations. apply to
CHARLES L. COLBY A CO.,
n2T-J Corner Aberborn and Bay sts.
Will have quick despatch as abovs. This boat 1*
staunch and of light draught and being of large
capacity, shippers can rely on having their order* go
forward with despatch.
Freight received and stored in fireproof warehouse
free of expense, foot of Lincoln street. All ship
charges paid promptly.
For freight apply to . _
J. B. PRESDEE, Agent,
108 Brooghton street
F. M. MYRKLL,
n23 Harris’ Buildings Bay street
Regular Weekly Steamer
AUGUSTA - SAVANNAH.
Th* Nsw Iron Steamer
WM. O. GIBBONS,
Capt T. N. PaiLror,
Having superior accommodation for Freight and
Psssengeis. will ply regularly between tbs above
"'Leaving Savannah avqry Saturday Morning, at 8
■rfock*** ******* * T#I7 Wednesday Morning, at
Laying St Mathew’s Bluff . very Wednesday Night
It la the desire of th* Agenisot the t.lbbou. to m ike
her t psrminent Accommodation Host f. r th. M r
chants of Augusta end ‘‘•vtubaii and the Planter
slung Ihe Hue of th* river, snd «!tl> this oM*ct lu rirw.
no effort will br tpsrsd on tbs part of herpan.it.
agent* and officers to use! Hi* wants of the traveling
sod IrsighUag public.
ERWIN A HARDEE,
» 6 ' l, Bopwn tar. Agent at w srf <m am
The light draft tad popular
Captain J.« n#m»,
; **' t*** 1 -** *»—"■**-
a**' ftftiN A CO,
1 | in Pa# 6t
rttHE nnier-lgued are prepared to receive good* at
a tbelr Warehouse*—free at expense and cor
erod by Incurs ee—for *hh ment to Aura.'a and
lOlnie beyond by their regular line of light draught
boat* Apply to CHAS. L. COLBY,
sept ?8 -ts cor. Bay and Ahercorn sts,
VIA FERNANDINA AND JACKSON
The new, exceedingly fast and splendid Steamer
Capt. R. 8. Talbot,
WUI leave Telfalr'a W harf, aa above,
* T,r f Wednesday, at ft p, ns.
built by h*r present owners
without regard to coat", er stateroom and cabins being
mm Inked in th* most luxurious manner Goods
awaiting transportation can be stored.
For Height or passage apply to
it. W. ADAMS, or
n2T Hodgson'" S ßange. 1 Bay^rureet.
The snperlor first class steamer
Wilt leave on her regular day,
Tuesday, Nov. 38, at 7 o’clock a. aa.
Connecting with the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad.
For freight or passage, haring snperlor accommo
dations, apply to
CHAS. L. COLBY A CO.,
nov2T-2 cor. Abe room and Bay ate.
Will make Trl-wS' kly Trips to Doctortown, In con
nection with the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad, leaving
Savannah on Tueodays, Thu sdayt and Snndsys.
Through ireight payable by shippers at our office.
Freight received daring tlie week, and itored free
For freight or paaeage arply to
„ CHAS L. COLBY A CO.,
Corner A bercorn and Bay street*.
A Lighter, of 250barrel* capacity, on
jrmx and under deck, for a short trip.
mJAOmmm Apply to
RICHARDSON A BARNARD,
Opposite Mariner’s Church,
The fast sailing regular paoket
SCHOONER DE SOTO
Having the greater portion of bar cargo engaged,
» ill have quick despatch. For balance of fre ght op.
Lx ROCHE, GADEN A UNCKLEB,
Corner Bay and Barnard streets.
Agent* In Baltimore—Fendergaat, Fenwick A Cos.
Rio De Janeiro.
St. Tliemas, Para, Pernamburd and Bahia
f-fIET The United State# and Brasil Mail
.!-■ wTfil'T, Fteamahlp Company wUI dispatch
o Utlijlir. regulaliy.
e-rse**!. On |he 39th of every month,
A NEW AND FIRST-CLAFS STEAMSHIP,
To heave at 3 o’clock, p. m..
From Pier 63, North River.
All letters have to paw through the poet Office
An experienced Surgeon will be in attendance oa
For freight an Damage, haring splendid aceommo>
nations, apply o
THOMAS ABENCIO A DO..
octal-8m No, 17, Broadway. New Torfc_
The Brltleh West India and Padflc Company’s
D -A. E, I E 2ST ,
Haring a large part of her cargo engaged, will hay*
For freight o’ 1006 bales of Cotton, or passage, apply
»» BRIGHAM, BALDWIN * CO.
r-rrv. The British bark CRCEBCO, Carrey, ais*,
te-, capacity P 00 Bales Cotton.
z./F WMFtfr For freignt applv to
The new flnt class clipper ship
1* now loading rapidly at Lower Prase, and haring
Urge engagement* wUI have quick despatch.
For freight or passage (taken at lowest rates) apply
1 * CHAS. JL OOLBt A Cos.,
octia ontnei Ate-ie re aerfftay ete.
triv The A. No. t Whip MONT BLANC la now
■fyaS: rapid y loaning, White’* P.aee For bal
eeofiiefrtH (imving lucmouly for a tew
bnlca) inquire o'
Laftpciik, GADkN ft UhCKI.fS,
ASV - M
l o ryi) aliyeyed will ha ready so rt.e.vs
IHH cargo at Lowai Hydraalie Free* oa U*s IMft
. TBifii.t "fare folUe* barb TM WhITNMV