BAVA N NAH.
Departure of gUCMtkipi Md llfkmtn.
FOB NET YOKE.
Steamship yaruna, Wednesday, December 6Ui, at
11 o'clock a. m.
steamship t onatitation, Wednesday, December Mb,
,1 _ o'clock.
Steamship Zodiac, Wednesday. December 6th, at 10
o’clock a. at.
Steamship Tybee, Wednesday, December Mb, at
FOB FBI LADELFB la.
steamship Cumbria, Saturday, December »tb, at
_ o'clock. *
fob a for ST A.
Siesmea Fannie, Wedneaday, De.ember 6th, at »
Steamer Scorpio, Wednesday, December 6th, at 8
o’clock a m.
Steamer Union, Wedneaday. December 6tk, at 6
o'clock, p. m.
steamer Wm. G. Gibbous, every Saturday morning
at 9 a. m.
Steamer City Point, every Saturday mornlug. at #
steamer Orient, every Tuesday mornlug. at 7
Steamer Two Boys, every' Thursday morning, at 7
Steamer Geu. Sliepley, every Sunday morning.
at V o'clock.
Steamer Clarion, every Friday morning, at 7
steamer Fountain, every Tuesday morning, at
Steamer City Point, every Wednesday afternoon.
at 4 o'clock.
Steamer Lizzie Baker, every Thursday morning, at
Steamer St. Johns, every Saturday morning, at
THE ANNIVERSARY OK TUB GERMANIA FIRE CO. NO.
m _The anniversary celebration of tlie Germania
File Cos. Ko. 10, yesterday, passed off with entire
success, and reflected great credit upon all concern
ed. Although an invitation had been extended to
each of the white companies of the city to join in
the colebrutfou, but one of them, the Oglethorpe, the
oldest organization of the kind In the city, were able
to parade yesterday.
The procession was formed on Bay street, at the
Exchange and comprised the Germania Fire Com!
pany, 00 men, with the fine band of the 12tli Maine
Regiment, under command of Foreman Henry
Blonn, and the Oglethorpe Fire Company, 48 men j
under command of 2ud Foreman Chas. Schread.—
lion. P. M. Russell was the chief marshal of the oc
casion. The procession moved through Bay,
West. South, East Broad and Bay to Fireman’s Hall,
eliciting everywhere much ndmiraiion for the flue
appearance of the lull ranks of the two companies
The day was concluded with a splendid supper at
the Volks Garten.
The dress of the Germania was black pants, red
shirts, black Firemen's caps, with white front. The
Ogjethorpes wore black pants, grey shirts, red col
lars and cuffs, with black hats and glazed belts. The
companies were addressed on Liberty square by
Henry Blun, Ksq , and Hon. Philip M. Rus*ell. At
the dinner speeches were made by U. Blun, M. H.
Meyer, Hon. P. M. Bussell and Geo. Theus.
The celebration wound np with a grand ball last
evening, which is said' to have been a brilliant and
successful affair in erery particular.
More Improvements—Another Hew Saw Mill.
Messrs. Lußoclie & Johnson, merchants or Savan
nah, have ou the Ssvauuah and Ogeechee Canal, In
complete running order, a Saw Mill capable of turn,
mp out 25 to 30,100 feet of merchantable lumber per
,lii m. The mill is one of the finest lu the Southern
Mates, having two gangs ol saws, and all the mod'
ern improvements. The motive power of the mill is
a sixty-horse power high pressure engine, capable
el running even above that power. The mill Is eli
gibly situated in a good timber belt, and its lumber
can be easily brought through the canal in rafts and
Mats to the city.
Messrs. Lußoclie A Johnson are at the present
time shipping timber cut on the Savannah River,
and theif operations will soon be extended t o the
Ogeechee and its adjacent country where the great
Umber belt lies. Large quantities of Umber are al.
ready cut iu that section and are shortly expected to
anus in SavanDah.
F.miorant Labor for Florida.—We had the pleas
ure of an interview last evening, with Col. Lewis, a
prominent and intelligent citizen of East Florida.
This gentleman, who was a wealthy planter be
fore the emancipation of the Freedmeu, needing a
considerable amount of laboitou Ills plantation, and
Sliding it. impossible to make satisfactory arrange'
tnents with colored laborers, in the vicin
ity of his home, resolved to employ
white laborers If they coold be obtain'
c-.L lu accordance with this determination lie
proceeded to Hew York, where, he informs us, he
readily obtained, ou reasonable terms, as many op- %
datives as he wauled. He reached this city yestei"
Jay from Hew York en route for his Florida home
rsteail, with his complemeut of Irish and German em
L graats, oi both sexes ; embracing corn field hands’
housemaids, cooks, Ac., Ac., who are to snppy thy
(places heretofore tilled by negroes.
The Col. may justly be regarded as the pioneer in
mis new anil highly Interesting feature of coloniza-
RionJbr his State, and we congratulate him upon
the success thus far of Ills commendable enterprise,
aiidstnctn'iily hope the novel experiment may, in
its results redound to the-mutual benefit and aatis*
Taction of himself and his employes.
arrival of the -Zodiac.—The steamship Zodiac.
Capt. H. C. Dearborn,commander, from New York on
the 29th, arrived early yesterday mornlug. The Zo
diac had a lull freight and a good list of pas
sengers. She reports, on Sal urday at 10 a. m.. 25
mills S. tv. of Cape Haucras passed the steamship
Enterprise from Savauuali, bound North. Saturday
11 jf a. in, passed steamer Starlight, bound North.
Lisis of passengers and consignees will be found in
We are indebted to Purser Henry Scranton for
arrival from Doctohtowx— River Naws.—The
-teamer Two Boys, from Doctortown, December 3il
arrived last evening. Slie report; on the 3d at o
o'clock, P. M., met steamer Ellen at Mud River; on
<i»e 4ih at 9.16, P, M., met steamer Gen. Shepley at
<Bear River; at fP. M., met steamer H. M. Cool, at
Fox Ricsboro.—The sloop Fleet, commanded by
“Capt. Charley.” well known a* an old and expe
rienced navigator «f the Georgia Coast, will sail on
Saturday next for Eiceboro. “Capt. Charley” wll*
not fall to command a portion of the patronage o
numerous ft lend* among the shippers and planters
of this region.
C.vd*rwbitbb's Sale.—York. Williams, Mclntyre
& Cos., Auctioneers, give notice of a large sale of
boots and shoe 9, famishing goods, trunks, etc., etc.,
for the benefit of underwriters. A rare chance for
bargains is offeycti,
A fresh invoice of apples, onions and potatoes is
an vertlsed by Messrs. Kliuu * Briggs, comer of Lit -
BANK OF COMM RUCK, l
Savannah, November 24tb, 1566- f
AN oloctioo for Seven Directors, to manage the
“*■ allairs of ibis Bank for one year, will be held, at
the Bonking House, on the second Monday in .I.iriu
«tj neit, being the gib of that month. Polls opeD
from in o’clock a iu. to 2 o'clock p. m.
JOHN C FERIIILL.
NOW LAUDING ANDT(iOiLE.~
2(U|U«us, Mi M end caddtee Toliaeeo, wkleb we
ui« nuwofierliig ntprlnie lower thau It rau
be iMjiigbl for iu Nonlorn elites
«and hUips Amelia ami j£M> mw (Jhipman, direct IW
HV WIMIIJH * MON.
VV 1 "bhbliAW, th.uulwt Wb, at mn Mfiirs H.-aps,
' H AIII.W
'a i * 1 » l <*'• u'llw*. will !» .old by i tlnogov,
' <ut4 *i*iy orftuw m Jr*u* y #•#* s<#4
Kioilirimiir* miiil Vrmktfri/t
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4mS| §J iSipiif «4 9m 0*
Mlaiatan Alsuuue-TUs Day.
Min rises 6 47 Moon uses...: a is
sun nets 4 is High water * is
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Monday. Dec. 4. 1666.
Steamship Tybee, Crowell, from New York,—Hun
ter «t OammelL
Steamship Zodiac, Dearborn. New York—Octavos
Steamer Lizzie Baker, King, Palatka, etc—Clag
horu A CutuuugUam.
Steamer Two Boys, Daniels. Doctortown—Et win and
Per steamship Zodiac, from Hew York—J Larabee,
Mrs P Hirscli, t N butcher, A Abboit, J J Tryou, W
Broadstreel. E J Fetchett, W M Broadstreet, and 6
Per steamer Lizzie Baker, from Palatka—Col Dan
cer, M Touiliuaou, Col Chapman, W H Rarqnel, C S
Brice, £ C Wicks. J J Hollis, W U Morgan, Geu Jli
Gordon, J J Stevens, W S W'orrock, o G Chapman,
W H Slelibius, J J Rich, A C Pri;z, L A Lane. Miss
Laue, J I. Dozier, lady and servant. H bubtgnou. R
L Siougtuor, H KS) monds, Dr J Jj L Bacon. L P An
derson, M Loweutball, E Hester. J E Perry, W R
Per steamship Tybee, from New York—N Hamlin,
J E Dobbs, B G Cowles. J W Champlain, Mrs Auder
sou. J E Smith, E L King, D Scott, E Lewis, H Galie,
J Pond, J Breumau, W Uurrisou, and steerage.
Per steamer Two Boys, from boctortowu—E Yulee,
J Hatch, and 2 on deck.
Per steamship Zodiac, from New York—Adams Ex
Cos, tv H Burroughs A Cos, B, Wylly Cos. Brady, S A
Cos, Botliwell A Whitehead. C, Johnson A G, Claghorn
A C, M A Cohen, C L Colby A Cos, M S Cohen. Hun
ter A Q, N A Hardee A Cos, Holcombe A Cos, A Colieu
Cunningham A I*. C, Olcott A Cos, \V M Davidson, G
C Freeman, M Ferst and Cos, Guckenheimer A Cos. W H
Hcrshlield Jt Cos, W \V Lincoln. M Lavin, Dr Wm M
Walsh, E D Myer, F M Myrell, A A Solomons A Cos, J
R Wilder. Brigham, B, A Cos, Z McU A Cos, Erwin A
Hardee, Rein A Cos, Lovell A Lattlmore, Lathrop A
Cos, J Lama, G T Nichols, M Nmvmark, J Ryan. W G
Robinson, Rue, Whitney A Cos, F W Sims, W H Stark
J L Villalouga, W H Wilberger A Cos, T T Windsor,
H H Harvey, Luther A Fowler, MAS, Alice M Scovil
Schreiner A Sou, C F Ward, Z N N Zeighan A Cos,
W B Hodgson, Scruuton A Smith, and others.
Per steamer Lizzie Baker, from Palatka—ll6 bales
cotton—F M Myrell. J W Anderson A Son, Claghorn
A Cunningham, E Koelbeke A Cos, J 1. Villalouga, M
J Doyle, Brady, SmltluA Cos, M Lowenthall, M J Sol
omon, Guiimartin A Cos, W B Adams, 00l Dancey,
G C Rice.
Per steamship Tybee, from New York—Hunter A
Gammed, J W Anderson, J A Barron, Botliwell A
Whitehead, CL Colby A Cos, M A Cohen, W M Da
vidson, Duncan A Johnson, Erwin A Hardee, Gaden
A L'nckles, E E Hertz, Hess A Guttman, C V
Hutchins, Holcombe A Cos, A B Ives, Lovell A Latti
more, F M Myrell, A A Solomons A Cos, AM Scarbo
rough A Cos, W H Stark, C Starnes C W Thompson,
tv H Turner, Weed A Cornwell, Collins A Bro, J H
Deppish, S W Gar many, Geo It R Cos, D Botliwell, H
Gowdy. C E Smith, Holmes A Patterson, Cooper, Ol
cott A Monel. Duncan A Palmer, J F Canu, and or
Per steamer Two Boys, from Doctortown—3ss
bales cotton lo Erwin A Hardee, E C Wade A Cos,
Einstein and Ecbman, O Fallen A Cos, J Lippmau, H
Brigham, J L Villalouga, Bell, Wylly A Christian, L
J Gull martin A Cos, F A .£■ Jauney, TTson and Gordon,
DeWitt A Morgan, A L‘ fl-'r, L Levi, W A C M Holst,
1) McDonald Pres A A G K K.
1,1 ST OP VESSELS IN THE PORT OP
Savannah, Dec. 4,1865.
Virgo" Buckley, loading. New York—O Cohen.
San Jacinto, Loveland, loading. New York—B H
Hardee. „ , .
Nevada, Carpenter, loading. New York—Brigham,
Baldwin and Cos.
Hunter, Rogers, loading, New York—Hunter A
Darien, (Br) Uarau, loading, Liverpool—Brigham,
Baldwin A Cos.
Mont Blanc, Donnell, too, loading, Liverpool—La
Roche. Gaden A Uncklee. »
Virginia, Weeks, 1,044, loading at Lamar’s Press,
for Liverpool—C L Colby A Cos.
Thorwalson, (Br) Brumage. discharging—Reid A
Favorite, (Br) Spain, discharging—E A Soullard.
Herald, Calvert, discharging—C Greeu A Sou.
Thus Whitney, (Br) Kelly, loading—B, Wylly A
Craeso, (Br) tous, discharging—Robert I
Piatiniu9, Plnkham, loading—C L Colby A Cos.
Colouist, (Br) Taylor, discharging—Chas Green A
Laconia. Uoane, discharging—Hunter A Gammeil.
Mont Blanc, Donnell, 7u0,1 Midlug lor Liverpool—
LaßocUe, Gaden A Cackles.
Republic (Brern) Smith, 600, loading for Liver
Virginia. Weeks, low, loading at Lamar’s Press
for Liverpool—Chas L Colby A Cos.
Clara Pickens, Rodgers. 4£», loading lor Liverpool
Ida McLeod, Cook, 398, loading for Boston—Hun
ter A Gammeil.
Rush. ltaynor, discharging—Patterson A
Atlantic, Wark, 101 tons, discharging—B. Wylly A
Olive Francis, Small, loading—Charles L Colby
Biackfish, Ticketls, loading New York—Laßoche A
R C Wright, Hugg, discharging—R Habersham A
S °Aibert Thomas, Van Brnut, discharging—Chas J.
Colby A Cos.
Fannie, Chapman, discharging—Master.
Biackfish, Fickett, loading for N Y with timber—
Laßoche A Jolimmn.
Geo Darby, Snow, from New York, dl9Ch'g—
Hunter A Gammeil. _ ,
11W Vaughan. Mont, 234, loading, New York—
Patterson A Tucker.
A F Ames. Ames, loading, New York—Y an Horn,
Holyoke A Murray.
John M Bromel, Dooglass, discharging—Hunter A
WILL be paid for the package of NOTES taken
iu December last from the premises of David
R. Dillon, or a proportionate part of the above re
ward will be paid on the delivery of any of the above
Notes DAVID R. DILLON,
n3O-5 224 Bay street.
STOLEN from in front of my offiee, on May street,
last Friday evening, a dark grey MARE PONY,
with long mune and tail, with saddle and bridle. I
will pay twenty dollars for the Pony, or fifty dollars
for tW Pony and thief. ' w. R. FLEMING.
-*« b ii. COBURN informs his friends and patrons
iu. that he has returned to the city, and is pre
pared no Tnne and Repair PIANOS in the best man
Orders left at the store of 11. S. Bogardns, near
the Court House, will receive prompt attention.
THE firm of Laßoche, Caden & Unckles was dis
solved on the Ist Inst, by the withdrawal of
Isaac D. Laßoche. The business will be continued
under the name of Gaden & Unckles, at the old
stand, corner Bay and Birgar.l streets, J. D. Laßoche
retaining an office with us for the present.
isaac and. Laroche,
BENJAMIN G. C.aI)EN,
DAVID 3. UNCKLKS.
Savannah, Dec. l, 1883. <l4
PICKED UP on the Savannah Elver a lot of Cotton
marked Circle P Parties Interested will come
forward within one week from dale, prove property,
and pay charges, otherwiee It will be sold at auction
to the highest bidder, apply at the Central Press
U 4 gt D KRENSON.
LAROCHE St~J OHiVSON,
Tlmb«r& Lumlier Dealers
300 BAY MTHF.F.T.
Hilton & Randell
iu:i BAY HTUKF.T,
JJAVBJUBT KBL'RIVICD and offer tor eale
’A) Mila Form Rico Molasses
VUcanee ur l<*t Itifwn**
100 like Hull 1 . Mould f 'slidM
Mi do Import’d Ml Mod*
M ilu M.warl's Aeauftrsl GanuM
J. W. II A II I’ N.
fLaU Uahuo A NuHIU,
Cotton Factor and Commitiion
Hu, ian Ml urHMtri
VUH utofu w»et id u. g*.usage
■ Hum*, •mil*.
i MiN*Hi»M» tsf Jim W *kinrrFM, fiw* New
|ofi, will SjLjid Cl Urn l* * l < c Us liuMl gauds,
at- Hire low dtp U WlriHl'ffe IfMllff plTl j
AUCTION SALES. J
Every Tuesday, Thursday and
AT THE STORE'ON BROUGHTON STREET.
Third door Irotn Ball,
Where will be offered ■ general assortment of Dry
Goods, Boots and Shoe*, Hosiery, Underclothing.
Books. Yankee Notions, Jewelry, Ac , Ac., at the par
chaser's own prices.
Terms cash; sales positive. dl-30
York, W illiti ms, Mclutire
Well sell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, lu front of store,
ou Bay street
25 cases Boots and Shoo
ts) doz Wool and Fur Hats
7600 ••Lockwood’s'' Paper Collars
And & large assortment ot
Rublier Over Coals, Blankets
Enameled Bags, Haversacks
Ladies’ Bags, Haversacks
Woolen Blankets, Wool Socks
Wool Shirts, Oottou Shirts
Drawers, Linen Collars
Soid by order of the Agent of the Board of Under
writers of New York city, for account of whom it
may concern. do
York, WilliaMis!, Mclutire
Will sell THIS DAY, in front of store on Bay st:
5 hhds Bacon Sides
5 do Shoulders
Fine Buggy Wagon
Ail assortment of Calicoes
Bleached shirting. Cloths, and an assortment ot
genuine Irish Poplins. All the above to be sold w Uh
oat reserve. d5
BY BELL., WY LLY &. CHRISTIAN.
Will be sold on WEDNESDAY next, the 6th iujf., at
11 o'clock, in front of store r
West half of Lot No. 43 .Lafavetts Ward. Theim
provements consist of a Brick House, containing 10
rooms, witn gas throughout, and a pump of excellent
water in the yard. Terms cash. dx
AT PRIVATE SALE.
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
* Small Lots of Land.
There having been so many applications for Small
Tracts of Land for locatiou, the owner of the above
Land, feeling a disposition to meet this demand, has
placed in the market, for a lew days. Lots of Five
Acres, or more, part cleared, on the Augusts Road, op
posite to the three mile stone, also on the White Bluff
Road, opposite to the two mile stone. tf-n!6
By Bell, Wylly A Christian.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, will be sold at auction. In
front of store corner of Bay and Whitaker streets, a
portiou of the carpo recovered from the steamer
Savannah, that was sunk in the Savannah river,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
Damaged on board said steamer, and sold under
Inspection of Port Wardens.
Terms cash. d5
AT PRIVATE SALE.
By Bell, Wylly k Christian.
Bacon Shoulders Starch
Bacon Sides Caudles
Canvassed Hams Tobacco
Liverpool Salt Flour
Case Brandy Case Whiskey
Champagne Ales '
Furniture Wrapping Paper
Soap Letter Paper, Ac., Ac.
By Bell, Wylly A Christian.
Ou TUESDAY, sth inst, at 10 o'clock a. m., in front
of store corner Biy and Whltaki r streets, a part
CARGO OF THE BRIG ATLANTIC,
From Nassau, N. P.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
LIQUORS, Ae., Ac.
„ UNDERWRITERS' SALE.
By Bell, Wylly A Christian.
On Tuesday, 6th inst, at 10 o’clock, in front of
etore, will be sold, under inspection and by recom
mendation of Port Wardens:
A large lot of Assorted Hollow Ware.
Sold for account of whom it may concern.
By Bull, Wylly k Christian.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
46 acres of fine Garden Land, within the limits of the
city. The improvements consists ot u first class cottage
dwelliug, gothic style, containing six large rooms, wlib
marble mantel piece, dining room, kitrheu, library room
furnished with shelves and glass doots. Outbuildings
consists or farm house, containing seven rooms, barn,
carnage house aud -tables. Fnrcna-er can have the re
fussl of corn, fodder, hay, horses, mules, buggies and
2430 acres.d heavily timbered land, situated twenty
(20) mil. s rrom the city, betwefeu the Ogeechee and
Canoocbee Roads. An excellent locatiou for a mill, or
an A. No. 1 turpentine plantation, ion acres of the
alrovecleared. Improvements consists of two small
dwelling houses, with stables, cribs, Ac. tf-ulB
AT PRIVATE 3ALE.
By Bell, Wylly k Christian.
100 acres of Land, situated on the Vernon river,
about nine miles from this city The improvemente
consist of dwelling, barn, stables, and other neces
An abundance of fish, oysters, shrimp, Ac , con
Price of property, $2,000. n23-tf
By T. J. Walsh.
On TUESDAY, January, sth. 1866, will be sold at the
Court House, In the city of Sarsunab. at 11 o'clock:
The Eastern Half of Lot No. 11 Jackson Ward, (fee
simple, with improvements;, corner of Whitaker
and Hull streets. The improvements are a two-story
brick dwelling, nine rooms, with water in the yard
and gas through the bouse; brick stable. Both build
ings nave slate roofs.
Sold by permission of the Ordinary of Chatham
county, for a divirion among ibe heirs.
Terms cash, purchaser paying for titles. n24
BY BLUN & MEYER.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, December 7th, at 11
o'clock a. m., at our store:
20acres ol good Gardening Land,,back of Lovei’s
Lane, 1M miles from the Exchange.' n3O-td
fXTILL be sold at tile Aredila Plantation of E. H.
TT Young, laie of Toomas county, deceased,
three miles from Bo,ton, No. 18 Atlantic A Gulf Hall
road, on Friday, 16tli lie.ember next, all the perish
able properly belonging .n said plantation, consisting
for the most part ar follows; About 20 Mules and
Horns, 140 Fat Hogs, 200 Stock Hogs, 90 beau Cattle,
0,000 BUSHELS Os CORN.
20or30<tarks Fodder, 2 or 3 Wagons. Sugar Mill, •
Urge supply of Plantation Utensils, aud many other
Atthe aims time and place I will rent the Planta
tion tone of the largest und heat In the county; for
the year 1888.
There Is about
1,100 ACRES OF OPEN LAND
on the plaeo, and In fine condition for another Crop
corn or button. D M. BRANDON,
I ollHKllu and lb-ulus from all pailsuf tk« rouifir,
8l ace likluml Ip nsmlii* ut)
W liolunulu Hiock,
wbti’b luriudv* ps- k «a» mulslklng • tun piste asaoet
nisnle. pill sp rtpreasly t>u 'l3wu|flry Trails "
thuds r# paebaff tu ewit pup baa*is
•! I 94 liINN INMH Mull HI
I «**# ii §• ii mrm
gboceriei, liruoki, a r„
T. J. DUNBAR & CO.!
IMPORTERS AMD DEALERS IN I
WINES, LIQUORS. SEGARS, iC. i
14:7 Bay Street,
(NEXT DOOR ABOVE REPUBLICAN OFFICE.)
ur| invite the attention ol the Trade and the Pnb-
II lie generally to our large and elegant aesort
Wines, Liquors, Cordials, Conserves, Se
ga rs, etc,, ear.
which is not excelled by any similar establishment
We are sole proprietors of DUNBAR'S CELE
BRATED WORMWOOD CORDIAL, the reputation of
wbicb it fully established In this and foreign coun
tries ; DUNBAR’S well known STOMACH BlTTEßS
gusrauteed superior to any article of the kind, de
signed expressly Tor hotel and family use : DUN
BAR'S SCHIEDAM CORDIAL SCHNAPPS, war
rauted of the u most purity, anil put up expressly
for our bouse, of wnich we are sole proprietors aud
importers. Sole Agents for Robert Smith’s cele
brated PHILADELPHIA ALE. In cases and barrels;
English, Scotch and American ALE and PORTER,
BKANI'Y, Scotch aud Bourbon WHISKEY and AR
RACK PUNCHES, formerly well kuown throughout
the United States, pot np by as lu eases for export
aud home consumption.
T. J. D. * Cos. are sole agents for HAH W.
Catherwood's Pure RYE WHISKIES. XX and XXX
brands, guaranteed unsurpassed In quality aud 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 ‘ I finest
gradse, manufactured aud imported expressly for this
house, which we offer at the very lowest uet cash
prices. BRANDIES. GINS, WINES, CHAMPAGNES,
and every description and grade of Foreign Liquors
imported directly by this bouse, and for sale in bond
or duty paid, at lowest market rates nov~ lm
H. G. RUWE & CO.,
GROCERIES i LIQUORS,
WINES AND SEGARS,
Corner Bryan and St. Julian and
f FRONTING PULASKI HOUSE,)
VT Agents for
ALE AND LAGER.
Constantly on hand, an assortment of
nIIBIN W XUNTIE.
lAA BOXES Bright Navy lbs 10 hxs Sweet. 10, 50
I DU boxes KNIGHT TEMPLARS, qr,
15 m. Segars, Cabinet
10 m. do La Essencta
For Sale by
HILTON 4 RAND ELL,
d46t 193 Bay Street.
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS
260 bbls Potatoes and Onions.
16 dozen Wolf’s Brandy, very choice.
60 dozen WolPs Schnapps, quarts and pints.
40 Dlils Heck’s Self-Raising Flour.
30 half chests Oolong Tea.
6 half chests choice Green Tea.
40 half bbls Beef and Pork.
35 bbls Wntskey, Giii.ißnm and Brandy.
40 boxes Adamantine Caudles.
30 cases Claret Wines.
30 ball bbls No. 1 Mackerel.
30 bbls choice Family Flour.
20 casks Byass' London Porter.
2 casks Pure Port Wine.
5 casks Codfish.
Sardines, segats, London Sauce, Condeused Milk,
Pig Hams, shoulders aud Flitch, Spices of all kinds
for sale by M. LAVIN,
04 3 East Broad street.
10 cases Brandy
6 do (Sarado)
10 cases old Mills Bye
10 cases old Valley Whiskey
* 10 cases Stadt H&us Schnapps
in cases Madeira Wine
10 cases Port Wine
10 cases Sherry Wine
10 cases Blakberry Brandy
10 cases DeLnce'B Bitters
so cases Assorted
On consignment and for sale by
CUNNINGHAM, PURSE A CO ,
Bay street, No. 4 Stoddard’s Lower Range.
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Gao. R. Chump. Wm, A. Whisht,
Augusta, Georgia. Late ol Richmond, Va.
GEO. R. CRUMP & CO.,
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Llpors, Tobacco, Segars,
SALTED FISH, Are.
209 Broad St., Augusta, Ga,
IF* Will purchase and sell on Commission Cotton,
Touaooo, Pboduos, and Mkbohamiisi 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 Uncklee, A. A. So'omons A
Cos., J. T. Paterson & Cos., R. Molina, Esq , Savannah,
FINE OLD BRANDY, WIRES, 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 BAY STREET,
(Herald Buildings ;
Alsou's Ale, Mars' Ale, Apples. Potatoes, Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider and Cider Vinegar
J A BOXES CHEESE,
7” 76 boxes Fay's Soap.
Just received and lor sale by
octlfi BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
To Wholesale Grocers,
Liquor Dealer*, Distillers, Druggists and
TTMISENTIAL Oils tor flavoring and Improving Bran-
Ui dy, Hum, Port Wins, Bourbon, Rye, Scotch and
Irlah Wld-ki.s, age and body preparation, (or Nsu
training and Mollifying Whiskey and Spirit. Color
ing*. Hyrupi aud Fruit Jakes tor Brandy, Whiskey
and Wines Oils and Extracts us Cognac and other
llrantUm, Holland and Lonuon Gin, Ac. lb l"s
Treatise on Feruicuted Liquors with 1000 Utclpea
FOR DItUQUIBTM' USE.
PertUu luseci INiwder, Fly Papsr, Loddatouc.
Fluoispar aud Fluoftc Aebl, Mdngaudss tvd all rtir*
Übembmis and Drugs.
FOR SOAR MANUFACTUHKIW,
MilUtals us Huda la < 'ry stal», liquid and Jelly Cblua
Ila. Slid Terrs All'S, Nusp sloau, Bosin. K ills, Ash,
*. Jim W ski i-ti nr iMifR.
nasi Sudani ps. nikkuii, N Y•
In *mnb mi m nit if
41 • imVANr NAifMMNI 4 MM
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UKiM lHft:*, twrow*. *»■
Wholesnts am! Retail Dealer
In Fine Groceries, Boots and Shoes. Clothing,
Foreign anil Domestic Wines. Liquors and Segars.
Also, Skehan's Celebrated
GOLDEN ALE AND CHAMPAGNE CIDER,
In bottle and tn wood.
London and Dublin Brown Stout, Scotch and Eng
lish Ales, Ac.
Liberal deductions made to the trade
176 BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH,
and 62 Liberty street, New York.
RANDELL & GO.
ARB now offering to the trade a very choice selec
YOUNG HYSON, and
NO. U EXTRA AND FANCY SOAPS
RAISINS, CURRANTS AND CITRON
PURE GROUND SPICKS
B C AND SAL SODA
VERMICELLI, FARINA, JELLIES,
And a general assortment of Fancy Urocerirs.
TAKES the liberty of informing the public generally
that lie bas inC. cpm, i. aud will always keep on
hand a full supply ot
Fresh Family Groceries,
of all descriptions and of the best quality, which hs
offers for sale st reasonable rales. Comer Jones and
Barnard stmeta, at old stand. ulB-lm
( ITOREIBN fcWIDOMESTIC
1 ALES WINES BuKWUHS S SEB43S WK3&
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
MS, WISES AND LIQUORS,
CORNER WHITAKER STREET AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED k DELIVERED.
IN LARGE QUANTIE9 AND OF GOOD
Will ffud a fine stock at
lYsuxcloll «to Oo’m.
Will leave for Doctortown on
Tuesday Dec. 5, nt 7 o’cloc k n. m.
For freight or paasnge, having superior accommo
dations. apply to
CHAS. L. COLBY A CO.,
d4-2 Corner Bay and Abercora sei erts;
FOR JACKSONVILLE, ;
VIA BRUNSWICK AND FERNANDINA.
Is uow receivin freight at the old Florida steamboat
wbarf foot of West Broad street, aud will leave as
Wednesday, 6th inst., at 9 a. m.
This boat Is in very excellent order, and Las su
perior state room accommodations for passengers.
For freight or passage, apply to
F. M. MYRELL, Agt,
(14 Harris’ Buildings. Bay street.
The new Steamer
Capt. E. S. Talbot,
Will leave as above
Every Saturday, ut 9 a. in.
For freight or passage apply to
R. W. ADAMS, or
J. S. CARRUTHKRS,
n27 Hodgson's Range, Bay street.
AND LANDINGS ON THE RIVER,
The new, •accewful, and exceedingly light draught
1, receiving freight this day at Ferry Wharf, under
Gas House hill, tud will leave as above on
Wednesday. BIH instant, ut I) p. m,
Partis' having orders for Augusta and the interior
need not fear any detention from low water: she hav.
tug been built expressly for the Filer, is able to navi
gam II at tho lowest stags.
For freight, spply to
F. M MYRKLL.
da t * Harris' liulMinga, U >y street.
FOK RIGEBORO .
y<yi Tbs sloup FI.KKT, Captain Charley,
\ f.Trx will sail tot Rlcuburu' udi
For In lull I. A'', kuqslis ut lbs Csptliu, on tumid,
at Lower stive Mill, ur iu
M J, UOYI.F, Aguut,
TIIB Al ft«frtt u Nfcl|fVllW KWJUNII.
MmlM*. 4*t*'k>l lltVilAtf § l»IMO LHUtivtul
'Mlgtl vug HMrd Will ly* (if tt>#hc
> si Hidlauli- Press no tbv letk
I for Iwtgbl us pwss fuuft tv _
■upttdr ihighsm iuijmiN«w>
FOR NEW YORK.
The tee Steamship OOHTJTUTIoS, Greauman
Commander will leave tor the above port on
Wednesday, Dee. 6, at 10 o’clock.
For freight or passage, having saperlor stale room
accommodations, apply to
034! BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A 00.
FOR NEW. YORK,
MAIL STEAMSHIP mm)
* The very flat sailing SlAMßship
Will positively sail up her regular day,
ST} V IJ 4 1 ‘' " ? ft *
Wednesday? tlth last., at 11 o'clock a. in.
f Fm freight or passage, which will be ga low as any
other line, apply to
d'2 JOHN H. WILDER. Agent.
FOR NEW YORK.
Atlantic Mail Hteaniablp
The new and fast, side-wheel steam
ship SAN SALVADOR Loveland, tnas-
TntrrS. I< ‘ r ' win w>ll * bove ' oo
Saturday, Dec. », at 1 o'clock p. m.
For freight or passage, having unsurpassed accom
modations, apply to b.H. HARDEE,
No. 12 Stoddard's Range.
1 GARRISON A ALLEN. Agents.
n27 No. '6, Bowling Green, N«tv York.
FOR NEW YOSK
■gfek The brig OLIVE FRANCES, F. A.
■ZOiQK Small, master, is now loading for the
For freight, apply to
CHARLES L. COLBY A CO.,
u 29 Corner Abet born and Bay sts.
The new and splendid steamship TYBEE, Crowell,
Commander, will leave for the above port on her
Wednesday, Dec. 6»h, at o-clock.
For freight or passage, having superior accommo
dations, apply to
<l6 HUNTEB A GAMMELL
The splendid steamship ZODI AC, H. C. Dearborn,
master, will leave for the above port on
Wednesday, Dee. 6th, at 10 o’clock
For freight or p ;s?age, huviu? eplemiid accommo
tions, apply to
d6 OCTAYUS COHEN.
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS,
AND COVERED BARGES. *
Now receiving freight at the Lower Rice Mill wharf,
will leave as above on
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1*65.
tW Freight takfen at the lowest rates.
O'FALLON * GO., Agent*.
d2-8 Comer of Bay and Lincoln streets.
Will sail for the above port on
Suturdsty, Dee. 9, at o'clock.
For freight or passage, having excellent accommo
dations, apply to
b3O-td HUNTER A GAMMELL,
Regular Weekly Steamer
AUGUSTA - SAVANNAH.
The New Iron Steamer
WM. U. GIBBONS,
Capt. T. N. Puii.fot,
Having superior accommodation for Freight and
Passengers, will ply regularly between the above
Leaving Savannau every Saturday Morning, at *
leaving Augusta every Wedneeday Morning, ati
Laving At Mathew's Bluff every Wednesday Night.
R is the desire of the Agents or the Gibbons' to make
ber s permanent Accommodation Boat for the Mci
chants of Augusta aud Savsnhali and the Planter,
along the llue of the river, and with this object lu view,
no effort will be spared on the part of her owners,
agents and officers to meet tho wants of the traveling
and ireightlug public.
ERWIN & HARDEE
ons L. Rocuiu.at. Agent at wharf. lm nl3
For Palatka, Fla.,
Via Dmrlem, Brunswick. St. Mary's, Ftv.
BaniliM, Jacksonville und Pieslata.
Oounm'ttnv with utmmrr FToivi Tbmpf* /Or Kt.tp's
Ful l/, Mittn’ltlaqr, anil nil hmdinyt on
(he HI. Jfiiiys Mu* r,
rrilff nsw and fast ateamrr FOUNTAIN. Capt Q
• w. i'»aiasa,will luave is abuts on lUI.SDAY,
the 6th lust., st to o'clock s u»
Fur Fi eight or Pasaags apply on board, it Padeh
bird's Whari, umr White's central <'«Msui Ptreu, or tu
„ t N A. CiYVIn. Agent
During ibcabasufuul the boat all guods wdf be •*-
ceivi ,i at tbs warabudssuti tba whariTby Mt w M. H>
Frvbtbl payable an Wbarf
kblppsru will lundofa wutgbls aud nrarsrrnn i r nf
as. .ja.*JsLi*g*Jßgr KSTiser
Uwn ui uiwN s rmmL**
mil 0 ikuMtla 1
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R. H. MAY,
rill have dtspai. b for the above pines. Goods raottv
sd at all time ,nd stored in firs proof warehouse, (not
)f Uuuolc street, tree of colt
Office In Claghorn * ciJteaghnm’s.
The May arrived in Augusta from Savannah os last
Friday wtth her full f&git. ts octfi
The new light draught steamer
Capt. FRANCES. '
Will leave for Augusta on -
Tuesday, Dec. », at K o’clock, a. as.
The accommodation* for passengers on board osn
not lie sorpareed, and beiug commanded by an ex
pet lenced captalu and furnished with ANo I allot.
by the Mimic Branclt aecd not fear de
tentiou od the way.
f, Jfow Gre Mhuria Braudi ZVZZSf
For freight or passage apply to
R. H. MAY
will leave for the above place on
TUESDAY EVENING, v
This steamer, drawing only twenty-eight laches
when beaded, offers euporior inducements to shippers
at the present low stage of the river.
Goods received at all times and stored free In fire
proof warehouse on old Charleston steamboat wharf.
For freight arrangements, apply to
d«f J. M KINCHLKY, Agent.
rjfflE undersigned are prepared to receive goods at
A their Warehouses—free of expense and cov
ered by Insurarce—for shipment to Augusta ami
points beyond by tbeir regular line of light draught
boats. Apply to CHAS. L. COLBY,
eept2p—tf cor. Bay and Abercora sts,
The new and very (hit steamer
Capt. N. F. ROGERS,
Will leave her wharf ou
WEDNESDAY MORNING, AT • O'CLOCK PRE
For freight or passage apply to
KEIN * COMPANY,
d5-l iu Bay street.
VIA BRUNSWICK, ST. MARY’S, FER
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE AND
The new and fast sailing Steamer
V Capt. N. King,
Having been placed permanently npon this routs will
leave for the above places oh
Every Thursday Morning, n* 10 o’clock.
For freight or passage, having splendid cabin ac
commodation, apply on board, at ths Florida Steam
Packet wharf, or to
CLAGHOBN A CUNNINGHAM,
Will make Tri-weekly Trips to Doctortown. In con
nection with the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad, leaving
Savannah on Tuesdays, Tbmsdays and Sundays
Through freight payable by shippers at our olßce.
Freight received during the week, and stored free
For freight ot passage apply to
x CHAS L COLBY A CO.,
Comer Abercora and Bay streets.
HAWKINSVILLE AND MACON.
Will leave as above with despatch. For freight,
which will be received at the Upper Hydraulic Press
Yard, and covered by Insurance until placpdon board
the steamer, apply to /
n2S BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
Rio De Janeiro.
St. Thomas, Para, Pernambuco and Bahia
AJCgea The United State* and Brasil Mall
Company wUI dispatch
-oiftL-W regularly, ”
On the 09th of every month,
A NEW AND FIRST CLAAS STEAMSHIP,
To Leave mt 3 o’clock, p. at..
From Pier 43, North River.
All letters have to page through the Poet Office,
An experienced Surgeon will be In attendance on
For freight an Dttsagc, baring splendid accommo
ilutiona, apply o * sceommo.
THOMAS ASENCIO A CO.,
octal Sm No. 17, Broadway, New York.
FOE LIVERPOOL. %
The British bark CHOaCO. Csiwy, »**•
capacity lroo Boles Cotton.
«E toTQ *^t ft p P ijm oAmm,
_ us Bay Mrcet.
Xriv The A 1 fast-**ll lag hark XIPHYRINR,
JuS IVunisioii master, wsnts sbout 808 halts ot
to t cm o, will
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