SAVA 3ST NAH.
Departure at Wtenuhlpi and Steamer*.
# rOB NEW YOKE,
steamship Vanina, Wednesday. Deceml>or 6th at
II o'clock ». ni.
Steamship Coustltotion, Wednesday, Dere’hbfr 6th,
el _ o’clock.
Steamship Zodiac, Wedneaday. December 6th, at 10
4tlock a. in.
Steamship Tybee, Wednesday, December 6th, «t
Steamship Herman Livingston, Saturday, Decern
her », at 1 p. m.
Steamship Cambria. Saturday, 9tb, at
Steamship North Point, Saturday, December 9th, at
1 o’clock p. m.
Steamer Fannie, Wedneaday, Deiember 6th, at 9
Steamer Scotpio, Wednesday, December 6tli, at »
o’clock a. m.
Steamer Union, Wednesday. December 6th, at 6
o'clock p. ni.
Steamer Fannie Lebr, Fliday, December Bth, at »
o'clock a. m.
Steamer Wm. 0. Gibbons, every Saturday morning
at « a. m.'
Steamer City Point, every Saturday morufog, at 9
Steamer Orient, every Tuesday morning, at T
Steamer Two Boys, every Thursday morning, at S
Steamer Gen. Sheplcy, every Sunday morning,
at T 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 Bilker, every Tnursday morning, at
Steamer St. Johns, every Saturday morning, at
River Intelligence.—^ The steamer R. H. May,
Captain Jones, arrived yesterday at half-past twelve
o’clock from Augusta. Captain Jones makes the
following report : Departed from Augusla onluuday
morning ; left In Augusta steamer Amazon ; passed,
at Bugg’s Bar steamer Caldwell lightening ; passed
at Silver Bluff steamer L. Enos bound up wailing for
a rise In the river : passed steamer Falcou at Wil
son’s, lightening ; met. steamer Wm. G. Gibbous at
Burysford Bar bound up ; passed steamer P. B.
Goodsell at Cheves bound up ; passed steamer
Eclipse at Poor Robin bound down ; passed steamer
Express at Seven Points bound up ; passed steamers
O. F. Potter and General Beiry at Ilirschman Lake,
tied up ; Passed steamers Helen and Mlunie Brandt
at Charleston and Savannah Railroad bridge, bound
up. There were fourfeet of water at the bridge in
PROVOST COURT, DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH, BKFORECAPT
CLARK U. REMICK, PROVOST MARSHAL.
Savannah, December 6th, 1865.
Tae United States by Policeman T. Jones vs. Wm.
Barclay, (colored). Having stolen property In bis
possession. Plea not guilty. The pi operty in pos
s. ssion of the prisoner tiuviug been proved to be sto
len, it was ordered that the male be returned to the
owner and the case dismissed.
The United States by Policeman T. Jones and J
Ryan vs. J. D. McDonald, Larceny. Upon represen
tations made by the proseoutor, and upon his re
guest, the case will be dismissed.
lhe United States by Policeman Harper vs Wil
liam Houston, (colored). Disorderly conduct in the
sheets. Plea not guilty. After having evidence of
the foregoing case, tile prisoner was discharged up
on payment of costs. " r
The United States by Police Sergeant L. Smith vs.
M. Johnson, (colored). Improper conduct aud strik
ing the prosecutor J. T. Dellennory. Plea not guil
ty. From the evidence adduced iff the foregoing
case, the defendant was found guilty and sentenced
to pay a flue of ten dollars and costs of court, or In
default Utererof, to he imprisoned for one month at
hard labor In Chatham County Jail. la conse
quence of an order received from the Assistant Com
missioner of Bureau, U. Fr. aud A. L., the case
stands suspended for anew trial before that Bureau.
The United States by Policeman M. Laraey vs.
Daniel Grant, (colored). Improper conduct in the
streets. After hearing the statement of the police
man in the foregoing case.tlie prisoner was discharged
The United States by Policeman W. B* Fien vs.
Jack Whelan, (colored). Threatening to shoot a po
liceman in the discharge of Ids duty. Pica not guil
ty. After tlte examination of numerous witue-ses in
the foregoing case, the prisoner was discharged from
The United States by Policeman C. Lee, (colored)
vs. sandy Small, (colored)—Asaault with Intent to
murder upon Policeman C. Lee, whilst In discharge
of his duties. From orders received from Col. H. F.
Sickles. Assistant Commissioner of R. F. and A. L.,
the foregoing case was stricken from tne docket and
the prisoner will be forwarded In irons to that offi
cer for trial.
The United States by Policeman John Otto vs.
Jerry Wallace aud Ned Frazer, both colored—Viola
tion of orders relative to last drivtug through the
sheets. Plea not guilty. The prisoners were found
guilty aud it wag ordered that they each pay a fine
or five dollars and be discharged on payment of
The United States by Policeman W. H. William
vs. James Johnson, (colored)—Larceny of iron from
C’entr ,1 Railroad. Plea not guilty. The prisoner was
found guilty, and It was ordered that he pay a flue of
flfteon dollars and costs of suit, and iu default he be
■contlued in jai I for fifteen days.
BEFORE 1113 HONOB BIC1IAKI) D. ARNOLD, MAYOR.
Savannau, Dec. 9, 1865.
M. c. Holloway, who reported himself to be a
stranger in the city, was found drunk in the streets
by the police ; as it was evident that lie had not been
iit Ihe habit of violating the law, the Mayor dismiss
ed him with a reprimand.
Wm. Thompsou was arraigned, charged with firing
in the streets on Monday night last a pistol, and
threatening to shoot policeman Lee. No evidence
was produced to prove that the prisoner flred the
pistol aud he was discharged.
Bernard Rooney was again brought up by Ills bet
ter half, Mrs. K. she charged him with attempting
to break into his own residence on Monday night.
From her own confession she had kept him out in
tile cold for three hours, and finding Ills entreaties
unavailing he attempted to gain admittance to his
house by forciug the door, when Mrs. R. had him
arie.ted by the police and taken to the guard house.
Tue Mayor sympathizing with the unfortunate con
thtlou of Barney, and knowing the kindness or his
heart towards his better-half, thought best to give
'hem both a lecture on connubial bliss, aud recom
lueuded that they depart in peace. He assured them,
however, that their frequent appearance before him,
and the trouble they give the police to bring them
belore the Court was annoying to the police and ex
pensive to the city, aud if brought up again they
"otild noth he locked up In the same cell aud allow
ed to setile their difficulties as best they could.
1 MeC'nue was arraigned eburged with being drunk
»ud disorderly conduct lu the streets ; ho was proved
guuiy aud Sued (6 and costs.
Janies Fitzpatrick and P. Murner, together with
thelr friends, A M laooue and John Fitzpatrick, were
found engaged lu a free fight between three and four
° tll,l -'k Toes.lay morning on West Broad near Indian
“I) 0 *' 1 During the fight Flupntridk was stubbed in
i.i i. , w * 1,1)11 breast, and Murner was badly bcateu
~ 'hell cud aud eye*. From lliu conflicting evidence
u the case la lore tbe Meyor U was impossible to
,022l a * wim w »» lb the wruug, and us all parties had
«e i severely punished, the Mayor discharged them
'*'"l * reprimand.
HkrsiaiNu or run Wusar or Anpmw bow * 00.
~w« at. phased lo unlloe that Ml* work of repalilug
“ W *»K hi Messrs. A. bow * (Jo, east of lb* fbot of
■ihcohi streot |* imiog rapidly pushed forward by
*hr i oiio actor. Mr, Wui B Nell Tli# wharf was
'bin a decayed ami lu a vary bail coadlilou, before
"I'slrad, other wbarvea which ueed repair* ere
huniy t g ig, ia k ,„ hand by theh owusis
' ‘"hr n| oi.iin.ear Tli* lUu ember term Os ion
‘ •*•*•*. Hoe, li An Mime, Ordinary, pie siding, wee
Mori Cotton (Stealing. —< lu Monday night about
seventy-three bales of cotton, a portion of Hie cargo
of the steamer Scorpio, were lylug on the wharf of
Clagbora 4k Cunningham, at the toot aud eaat of
Drayton street. Early yesterday morning two hales
of the cotton were round to be musing The cotton
was Intended to ba shipped to New York by the Zo
diac lying at the wharf above the Scorpio. About
four o’clock yesterday morning, U. F. Bruen. who
has charge of the loading and unloading of the Zodiac
on arriving at the wharf at the mot of UuU street,
met Policeman D. bawling, with whom he entered
Into conversation. In a few minutes they discovered
a mau coming along with a trnck on Ills back. He
was halted aud Inquiries were made by Mr. Bruen as
to where he Had obtained the property, to which he
gave such evasive answers that Mr. Bruen had him
put under arrest.
While lieiug conducted to the Police Barracks be
attempted to make bis escape, but policeman Dow
ling, alter a long chase, succeeded in re-arresting
him. The prisoner was yesterday arraigned before
the Mayor, when he gave Ins name as John Mahm.
He stated that he had been in Savannah aliout six
inouhs; that be came from New York, and made Ilia
living In Sava .uali as a private watchman. After
hearing the testimony, Mayor Arnold turned the
prisoner over to a Magistrate. MaJ Henry Runyon,
o.’the firm of Runyon. Haiti tdge A Cos., to whom
the cotton is consigned, believes that it was stolen,
and luteuds to prosecute Mahm as accessory to the
larceny ol the cotton
Another New Steamship—Tue Tyree .—The
latest addition to our grow(pg, and already tar ge
Hat of flrst-class steamships is that of the flue seiew
steamship Tybee to Messrs. Hunter 4k Gammell's
Pioneer blue. The Tybee arrived here day before
yesterday, under command of C'apt. Isaac Crowell,
long and favorably known as a commander of'steam
ships running between Savannah aud New Y'ork.—
The advent of Capt. Crowell aud the new vessel to
gether was made the occasion of a very pleasant re
union of the shippers and business men generally of
the city, in the saloon of the Tybee yesterday. The
completeness aud neatness of the apjyolntuienis of
the vessel elicited many commendations from the
visitors. Tne saloon Is elegantly decorated and up
holstered, and rite staterooms furnished with excel
lent taste and a liberal regard to the comfort of pas
The Tybee Is a handsome slop of 793 tuns, and is
comparatively new, having been built at Philadel
phia lu 1354. Her length is 133 feet, breadth of beam
30 feet, and depth of hold -JO feet.
The Tvbee is supplied with one low-pressure tabu
lar boiler 10J4 feet long, feet wide, aud B’j feet
high ; one low-pressure engine 40 inches diameter of
cylinder ami 3 feet stroke, three forcing opmps with
4 inch plunge and 15 Inch stroke—all w'flbed by the
main engine. She is also supplied with all the ne
cessary appliances for„the comfort and safely of pas
sengers. Her engiue and machinery were al o built
The Tybee is owned by Lewis L Jone3 and others,
and is attached to the Pioneer Line, of whlcp Messrs.
Burner & Gamuiell are the a rents in this city.
The following are the officers of the Tybee :
Ist Officer—Mr. Seaman.
Ist Engineer—W. E Wbttter.
New Book Store.— In another column will lie
found the advertisement of Tims. J. Staley, who an
nounces that he has entered into buaiiiess as a
Theological aud General Bookseller on the corner of
Bull and State streets, and Is now opening a careful
ly selected stock.
We are Indebted to Mr. Staley for a copy of the
“Scriptural, Ecclesiastical and Historical View of
Slavery," front the pen of Bishop Hopkins, of Ver
mont, which has been pronounced by competent re
views as lieiug in the highest degree interesting to
the general reader.
The Nation, thej Chimney Corner, Harper's
Weekly, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, aud
the other popular periodicals, were received at
Estill’s News Depot, back of the Post Office, by yes
TheTheatre.—"The Hidden Hand,” the beauti
ful aud exciting domestic drama produced last week
with such success, is repeated for the last time tills
evening, together with a favorite farce.
Mariners’ Church.—The American Seamen’s
Friend Society of New Y ork has commissioned the
Rev. L. 11., Pease as Seamen’s Chaplain for the port
of Savannah. He comes w ell recommended, and is
putting ‘‘Penfletd's Mariners' Church,-’ on Bay
street, lu repair, aud expects to open it for public
worship next Sabbath, at the usual hour for morning
and evening services. He cheerfully invites sea
men to tne church.
Machinery for the Interior —By recent arrivals
from the North, a large am-'uut of Mill machinery
has been received. I*, is intended for the Interior and
for Southern Georgia, where a large number of Mills
are in the course of erection. We are more than
pleased to notice this progress towards the develop
ment of Georgia and the furnishing of employment
to the people.
Auction Sale.— Messrs. Bell. Wylly <f Christian
sold at auction yesterday a portion of the cargo of
the brig Atlantic. We noticed In attendance at ihe
sale a large number of city and country merchants.
Fair prices were realized.
Large Sale of Dry Goods, Ac.—Messrs. York,
Williams, Mclntlre A Cos. sold yesterday at auction
a large Invoice of Dry Goods, Ac. The prices were
very fair, and the attendance quite large, bidding In
many Instances being quite spirited.
ARRIVAL OF TUE HEKMAN Livingston.—The
steamship Herman Livingston, Capt. Baker, arrived
below yesterday afternoon, bnt was detained at the
obstructions until flood tide. Her malls and a few of
her passengers were brought to the city by another
steamer. We are again indebted to Purser Robert
■ Saussy for favora.
For Augusta. —The steamers Minnie Brandt and
Helen departed for Augusta yesterday morning,
having foil freights and a large number of passen
Prom Darien.— The steamer Ella, Cj.pt. Rowland,
with a full freight of cotton, arrived yesterday after
noon from Darien.
tA. John’s Church Will be open for service on
Miniature Almanac—This Day.
Sun rises e 4s;Moon rises..-.. 9 14
Sun seta 4 it:High water.... 1006
~ PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Tuesday, Dee. 6, 1866.
Steamship Herman LiYingston, Baker, New York
1 R Wilder.
Steamer Ella, Rowland, Darien—M A Cohen.
Steamer R H May, Jones, Augusta—J M Kincbley
Br bark County of Plcton. McKenzie, Glasgow—o
Green A Sou.
Brig Ella, Brown, Nassau, N P—Bell, Wylly A
Hr brig John W Lovitt, J E Gllllatt, Charleston in
ballast—Youge a Nixon.
Sloop Fleet, Thompson, Rlceboro—M J Doyle.
Sloop Eliza Wuketteld, Hilton Head—Klilin <f
Steamer Minnie Brandi, Travis. Augusta—James B
Steamer Helen, Reilly, Augusta—Keln A Cos.
Brig Clara Plckoua, Rogers, Liverpool—W Starr.
Sloop Franklin, Buckley, Fernondlna—Ktrllu A
Per steamer It H May, from Augusta—326 bales
upland cotton and mdse.
Per Br bark County or Plcton, from Glasgow—"B
caaks ale. 19 ilo soda, 8 Idols whiskey, 8 casks oil .All
loirs and 30 bdl* Iron, 21 casks sundries. 2 cases soap
nub tons pig Iron, 466 tons coal, 100 kegs sud 60 fir
kins herrings, 110 boxes di led Unit, 60 bxs salmon.
Per steamer Ella, from Dsrteu—lMS bales upland
Per sloop Fleet, from Rlceboro—6oo bushels rough
riim, 8» hales *oa island cotloli.
Per hug oiara Pickeua, for Liverpool -1,48:1 bales
uplaud cotton, si do sea tslaud do. 9
W l| W11L1,.-Ig*r j j Kelly, A TllsiwrslMUi, Wui
Malle (shy, wife g pklWrail and set tl, Mr WdbS, C
lirM, Willi, * ehlMieu bid serve Mi« l.tlw Hlausud
dauihler, Mhn Wnsdsi Mrs E K puslei. g It Fus
tsi f'‘. .* a | nspaMl, a. Mis llsaisii
and chi and, Mrs hiapsons, M*r> l.aikiu rlias Van
*«««.>,«• hgbMft'j;, L A110.,1 a Fxrorlly o |Woll|U.
I F. Wilder, W L W alien. I. H Ibsluin Jl ueei Ur
| >l«* 1 o I'-ierlS, Mis A-lsine Mis I islolsrsob slid
S»t«l lire H A Thomson,'W W*l |gi|, gjj, ,g,|
Per steamship Herman Ltvingstou, Horn New Yore ’
—Uoenraii Telegraph Cos. J tv Aulei -on A Son. L |
Alford, B. Baldwin A Cos, Bothv.eU A Whitehead, It |
Wylly A Christian, B smith A Op. Pll B dm. It Bal
four, N K Bsruum, W H.iUenthv, L 8 Bennett, C, J A
UrayblU, C, Puree A Cos, D A Sutger, (' L Colby A Cos
M A Coben, Claghoru A C. I S Cohen, O U'oben, Dun
can A Johnson, Dentil A Morgan, A L DeLorge, M J
Doyle, J Daniel Dit Dillon. E A Harder, E a Eck
inan E Ehrlich, M Feist A Cos. S Goudall, U U Free
man, D Valve), G A 1 tickles, Heidi A Ludlow, Hun
ter AU. Mrs Heiiern k. 1’ Hamilton, Kilim aB, J
M Klnchley, Ltuviite A Gleason, kem A Cos, J J kelly
Lovell A Latliinorc, lottlirop A Cos, L M Lederer, 1.
Lewis, WAR Uclutire, A it Luce. M.dtuomas A Cos,
J Maker <t Cos, M S Mever, McMahon, R s Notion, J s
Muses F M Myiell, C i) ft. H L Palmer, HA Rich
iuou.l, A A Solomon, J C Schreiner <t sou, W H
Stark, J R Wilder, aud others.
Per brig Ella, from Nassau—\V Howe, W H ulcoit,
I D Laßoclie, W Battcrsby, N A Hardee, J D Smith.
B. Wylly A Chrisuau, L M Schafer and order.
Per steamer Ella, Iroin Darien—F W Sims A Cos, R
A Caun, A S Hartrtdge, E A Hardee, B, Baldwin A
Cos, Jones A Way.
Per steamer R H M&v, from Augusta—J K Wilder,
O Cohen, B. Smith A- Cos. '
Per sloop Fleet, from Riceboro—T A Gordon, J\Y
Anderson A Sou, N A Hardee A Cos, K Habersham A
Sou, W Duncan.
I.I«T OF VESSELS IN TUE POUT OF
.Savannah, Dec. 6,1365.
Virgo, Buckley, loading, New York—O Cohen.
San Jacmlo, Loveland, loading, New York—B H
Nevada, Carpenter, loading. New York— Brightym
Baldwin <£ Cos. ~
Hunter, Rogers, loading. New York—Hunter A
Darien. (Rr) Horan, loading, Liverpool—Brigham,
Baldwin A Cos.
Mont Blanc, Donnell, 7d), loading, Liverpool—La
Roche, Gaden A Uuckles.
Virginia, Weeks, 1,044, loading at Lamar's Press,
for Liverpool—C L Colby 4 Cos. y
Thorwaisou, (Br) Bromage. discharging—Reid A
Republic (Brent) Smith, 800, loading for Liver
Favorite, (Bi) Spain, discharging—E A Soullard.
Herald, Calvert, discharging— C Green A Son.
TUos Whitney, (Br) Kelly, loading—B, Wylly A
craeso, |Br) tons, discharging—Robert 1
Plat linns, Pink ham, loading—C L Coiby A Cos.
Colonist. (Br) Taylor, discharging—Clias Green A
Laconia, Doane, discharging—Hunter A Gammed.
Clara Pickens, Rodgers. 450, loading for Liverpool
Ida McLeod, Cook, 398, loading for Boston—Hun
ter A Gammell.
Rush. ttayuor, discharging—Patterson A
Atlantic, Walk, 101 ton 9, discharging—B. Wylly A
Olive Francis, Small, loading—Charles L Colby
Blacklist!, Ticketts, loading New York—Laßoclie A
R C-Wnght, llugg, discharging—R Habersham A
Albert Thomas, Van Brunt, discharging—Clias’L
Colby A Cos.
Fannie, Chapman, discharging—Master.
BlackUsh, Pickett, loading for N Y with timber—
Laßoclie A Johnson.
Geo Darby, Snow, from New York, disch’g—
Hunter A Gammed.
D W Vaughan, Mont, 234, loading, New York—
Patterson * Tucker.
A F Ames, Ames, loading, New York—Van Horn,
Holyoke A Murray.
John M Bromel. Douglass, discharging—Hunter A
Every Tuesday, Thursday and
AT THE STORE ON BROUGHTON STREET,
Third door from Bull,
Where will be offered a general assortment of Dry
Goode, Boots ami Shoes, Hosiery, Under clothing,
Books, Yankee Notions, Jewelry, &c , Ac , at the pur
chaser's own prices.
Terms cash; sales positive. dl-3n
UNDERWRITER’S SALE. .
York, Williams, Mclutire
Well sell THIS DAY. at 10 o’clock, lu front of store,
on Bay street :
A large tot of Hosiery.
Sold by order oj the Agent of the Bourd oi Under
writers of New York city, for account of whom it may
concern. ’ d6
York, VVilliuinis, Mclntiro
Will sell THIS DAY. in front of store on Bay street,
at 11 o’clock :
One case Letter Paper, slightly wet.
Sold for ascount of Underwriters. d6
~ AT AUCTION.
York, Williams, Mclntiro & Cos.
Will sell at auction THIS DAY, in front of Store, «t
11 o'clock :
9 hhde Bacon Shoulders
8 do do Side
100 kits No. 8 Mackerel, large
10 keps Butter
20 boxes Soap •
A variety of other Groceries, Ac , &c.
Sale positive. Term* caeh. dd
BY BELL, WYLLY 2 CHItISTIAN.
Will be sold on WEDNESDAY next, the 6th iust., at
11 o’clock, in front of store r
West half of Lot No. 43 Lafayette Ward. The im
provements consist of a Brick House, containing 10
rooms, with g is throughout, and a pump of excellent
water iu the yard. Terms cash. d2
AT PRIVATE SALE.
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
Small Lots of Land.
There having been so many applications for Small
Tracts of Land for location,' the owner of the above
Land, feeling a disposition to meet this demand, has
placed in the market, for a todays, Lots of Five
Acres, or more, part cleared, on the Augusta Road, op-
S)tite to the three mile stone, also on the White Bluff
oad, opposite to the two mile stone. tf-nIG
BY BELL, WYLLY <gt CHRISTIAN.
On WEDNESDAY, 13th instant, at 11 o’clock, in front
of store will be sold;
80 Building Lots, and
2 fractions of Lots,
situated In that portion of Ihecity of S ivsimah known
as Mantmollinville, on tbe souto side of the Central
Sold by older of the Superior Conrt of Chatham
county fur the benefit ol the heirs sud erditors of this
osbile of the late John S. Mnntinoliin, deceased.
The property presents a rare opportunity for capi
talists to make a profitable investment.
.-ale positive. Terms cash, purchasers paying for
By Bell, Wylly k Christian.
% AT PRIVATE SALE.
46 acres of fine Garden Land, within the limits of the
city. Tbe improvements consists of a fii at clan cottage
dwelling, gothic style, containing six latge rooms, with
marble mantel piece, dining room, kitcbv.fi, library room
famished with shelves and glass doors. Outbuilding*
consist* of farm honac, containing seven rooms, barn,
carriuge house and * tables. Purcb* er can have ihe re
fusal ot Ctjrn, fodder, bay, horses, mules, baggies and
2480 acres ot heavily timbered land, situated twenty
(20) miles from the city, between the Ogeechee and
Canoochee Roads. An excellent location for a mill, or
an A. No. 1 turpentine plantation, 100 ucr«#of the
above cleared. Improvements consists of two small
dwelling houses, with stables, cribs, Ac. tf-ulf
AT PRIVATE SALE.
By Bell, Wylly k ChrMian.
100 acres of Land, situated on the Vernon river,
about nil).- mile. Iron) tbl* city. The Improvement*
consist ol dwelling, barn, stables, and other neces
sary out buildings.
An iitmudsuce of fish, oysters, shrimp, Me., con
Fi lev of piopcny, #II,OOO. njx-tf
By T- 1. Walsh.
On TUFttHAY, January, lib. I*oo, will be sold si lb*
l.'uart 11-'uss, tu the city of iLvsnnsli at II o'clock-
Tbs East, in Half of L»l No II JstJuon Ward. ffs*
simple, wild wpcnveswsnlsj, corner of Wblteker
•ml lluil •'reels lbs iniprovsnu-llla sru s two smry
brick dwelling, plus rooms, with water lu lbs yard
•ad (ss through Iks houss ilrtrk stable. Doth build
Hold by iiwmlssluii of ib" Ordinary ol t'balksai
SOHMty, for s dlvbluu MSIW Ihe hnlis
Ttrtus rpeb, pno bswr psylug ku llOss u«4
HY ULIJN A M ICY Kit
VS 111 be sold 00 TIIHNdIMV. lhssa>i«r Ilk. s4 II
By 8011, Wylly A Ihrretiaii.
THIS DAY, at lOoMocfc, at Derating' upper Press,
will »*e sold lor account of tuderwmer's aud ail coo
SS BALES COTTON,
Damaged on board La press 00. baigcM dipper, wreck
ed on Savannah river, and re-stripped Merc* to Eitpnjaa
Co's dal and sold uudei iuspectiou of the port War
deed TERMS CASH.
By Bell, Wylly k (ItrbtUß
THIS DAY, at 10J, o’clock. In front of more, will be
sola tor account ot Underwriter s and all concerned,
3 Bbls Sugar,
l " Mackerel.
3 Bags Coffee.
Damaged on board steamer Chase, on tier voyage to
mis port, and sold under Inspection oi the port War
deed TERMS CASH.
WILL be sold at the Arecilla Plantation of B. R.
Young, late of Tooinas county, deceased,
three miles from Boston, No. Id Atlantic A Gulf Rail
road, on Friday, 1-jth December next, all the perish
able property buloi ging on said plantation, consisting
for the ino-t part a? follows; About 20 Mules and
Horses 140 Fat flogs, 200 Stock Hogs, 00 head Cattle,
5,000 BUSHELS OB CORN.
20 or 30 sucks Fodder. 2 or 3 Wagons, Sugar Mill, a
iargv supply ol Pl&utation Utensils, aud many other
At the same time and place I will rent the Planta
tion (one of the hugest and best in the conntyj for
ihe year 190(3.
There is about
1,100 ACRES OP OPEN LIND
on the place, and in fine condition for another crop
corn or cottou. 1). S. BRANDON,
OROCERIE9, LIRt OKS, A C.,
T. J. DUNBAR & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS. SEGARS. IC.
147 13ay Street,
SAVANNAH, CA. f
(NEXT DOOR ABOVE REPUBLICAN OFFICE.)
lt r R Invite the attention ot the Trade and the Pub
lie generally to oar large aud elegant assort
Wines, Liquors, Cordials, Conserves, Se
gsr», etc., etc.
which is not excelled by any similar establishment
in the States.
We are sole proprietors of DUNBAR’S CELE
BRATED WORMWOOD CORDIAL, the reputation of
which is folly established iu this and foreigu conn
tries , DUNBAR’S well known STOMACH BlTTFUS
guarautecd superior to any ai tide of the kind, de
signed expressly for hotel and family use; DUN
BAR’S SCHIEDAM CORDIAL SCHNAPPS, war
ranted of the u most parity, and put np expressly
for our house, of wnich we are sole proprietors and
importers. Sole Agents for Robert Smith’s cele
brated PHILADELPHIA ALE. in cases and barrels;
English, Scotch and American ALE and PORTER,
BRANDY, Scotch and Bourbon WHISKEY and AR
RACK PUNCHES, formerly well known throughout
the United States, put up by as in cases for export
and borne consumption.
T. J. D A Cos. arc sole agents for H. & H. W.
Crttherwood’s Pure RYE WHISKIES. XX and XXX
brands, guaranteed unsurpassed in quality and ex
cellence. Constantly on baud, a targe and well se
lected stock of BOURIiON and WHEAT WHISKIES,
worthy the attention of the trade and connoisseurs
generally. An assortment of SEGARS '>f finest
grades, manufactured and imported expressly for this
house, which we offer at the very lowest net cash
prices. BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, CHAMPAGNES,
and every description and grade of Foreign Liquors
imported directly by thin house, aud for sale in bond
or duty paid, at lowest market rates novT-lm
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALES, WHS Al LIQUORS,
CORNER WHITAKER STREET AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED & DELIVERED.
a u‘2l ts
10 cases Brandy
6 do * iSaradoj
10 cases old Mills Rye
10 cases old Valley Whiskey
10 cases Stadt Hans Schnapps
3 a cases Madeira Wine
10 cases Port Wine
10 cases Sherry Wine
10 cases lJlakberry Brandy
10 cases DeLuee’s Bitters
$0 cases Assorted
On conslgnmennt and for sale by
CUNNINGHAM, PURSE A CO ,
Bay street, No. 4 S'odJard’e Lower Range.
lAA BOXES Bright Navy lbs 10 lixs Sweet. 10s 50
I UU boxes KNIGHT TEMPLARS, qrs
15 m. Segura, Cabinet
10 m. do La Essencia
For Sale by
HILTON 4 RAND EI.L,
(14 6t 193 Bay Street.
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS
950 bbls Potatoes and Onions.
75 dozen WolPs Brandy, very choice.
50 dozen WolPs Schnapps, quarts aud pints.
40 bbls Heck’s Self-Raising Flour.
30 half chests Oolong Tea.
6 half chests choice Green Tea.
40 half Bbls Beef and Pork.
35 Bbls Whiskey, dm,.ltuin and Brandy.
40 boxes Adamantine Candles.
K 0 cases Claret Wines
30 bait bbls No. 1 Mackerel
30 bbls Choice Family Flour.
20 casks Byass' London Porter.
2 casks Pure Port Wine.
5 casks Codfish.
Sardines, Segais, London Sauce, Condensed Milk,
Pig Hams. shoulders aud Flitch, Spices of ail kinds
forsalehy ' M. LAVIN,
d4 8 East Broad street.
WHISKEY ! WHISKEY!
FINE OLD BRANDT, WINES, tc.
Peach Valley Whiskey, Maple Valley Whiskey, Pike's
Magnolia, Spencer's Old Rye, and Fine
FOR SALE BY >
C. W. THOMPSON.
At the Old Stand.
IXI BAY STREET,
Alsop's Ale, Mars' Ale. Apple*. Potatoes. Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider and Cider Vinegar,
To Wholesale Grocer*,
Liquor Dealers, Distillers, Druggists nnd
Ij'HSKNTIAL oils lor fisvoriiif and Improving Bran
's dy, Rum. I'- VI Win* Bourlxiu, Rye. Sciitfh uud
Irish Whiskies, sue and body pssporslions fur Neu
lisllslug sud Mollifying Whiskey end rtplrll. Color
lugs, Syrups sud Fruit Jslews Kir llrandy, whiskey
•ml Wlues Oils sud Ksiraela of Orgaao aud other
Brsudlss, HulUud aud Lumtoa Ulu, *i\ ml* F’•
Treulleu on FeriustiU-l I.lqums wllb lot® llectgs*
KOH UIiUUU IHT H 1 VHK.
fWttiill fIMMN.I r*wd*r. Kiy Papor. I**!**!*
fitter*!*•# fignrlf AtW, nil mr«
1 Kill! Hu AI s HANUPACTUIUCHM,
MW.iCEKIkIi. UqtltlM, <9.
. PIERCE SKEHAN,
Wholesdlt* atnl Retail Ilaaler
in Fine Ococerlee, Boot* aud Shoes. Cloth!**,
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Uqnore and Segara.
Alto. Skebau's Celebrated
GULDEN ALE AND CHAMPAGNE CIDER,
In bottle and in wood.
London and Dublin Brown Stout. Scotch and Eng
lish Alee. Ac.
Liberal deductions made to the trade
116 BROUGHTON STREET. SAVANNAH,
and *2 Liberty street, New York.'
RANDELL A CO.
ARE now ofl'ering to the trade a eery choice selec
YOUNG HYSON, and
NO 1- 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.
J A BOXES CUBES K, /
tc** 16 boxes Fay's Soup.
Just received anil lor «al“ by
#tl6 BRIGHAM. BALDWIN 1 CO.
TAKES the llbarty of informing the public generally
that be lia*.iu,t opened, and will always keep on
band a full supply ut
Fresh Family Groceries,
of ail descriptions and ot the best quality, which he
offers for sale at reasoushle rates corner Jones and
Barnard streets, at Ehrlich's old stand. uIS-lui
f FOREIGN IDOMESTicf^gH
| ALES WINES Jl^tiqiinHStSEttAas
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
VIA BRUNSWICK AND FERNANDINA.
Is now freight at the old Florida steamboat
wharf foot of West Broad street, and will leave as
Wednesday, Gtli Inst., at 9 a. in.
This boat Is in very excellent order, and has su
perior state room accommodations for pussengers.
For freight or passage, apply to
F, M. MYRKLUAgt,
d4 Harris’ Unildiugj). Bay street.
The new Steamer
Capt. E. 8. Talbot,
Will leave as above
Every Saturday, at 9 a. m.
For freight or passage apply to
R. W. ADAMS, or
J. S. CARFUTHER9,
n27 Hodgson's Range, Bay street.
VIA FERNANDINA AND JACKSON
The new, exceedingly fast and splendid Steamer
Capt. E. 8. Talbot,
Will leave Telfair’s W barf, at above.
Every Wednesday, at 41 p. m.
For freight or passage apply to
R. W. ADAMS, or
J. S. CAKUTHER.3,
d6 Hodgson's Range, Bay street.
CONNECTING WITH THE ATLANTIC
AND GULF RAILROAD,
The new iron Steamer
Capt. Thos. Daniel!,
Will leave for the above place on
Thursday Morning, Dec. 7, at 8 o'clock.
For freight or passage, having elegant accommoda
tions for 60 persona, apply to
ERWIN A HARDEE.
Jno. L. Rodiiillat, Agent on wharf. dS 2
AND LANDINGS ON THE RIVER,
The new, successful, and exceedingly light drangbt
• Capt. DA^TeLS,
Is receiving freight this day at Ferry Wharf, under
Gas House ull, aud will leave as above on
Wednesday, Util Instant, at 6 p. m.
Parties having orders for Augusta and the Interior
need not fear any detention from low water, she hav
ing been built expressly for the river. Is able to navi
gate It at the lowest stage.
For freight, apply to
F M. MYRRLL
(U-l Herne’ Buildings. R-y street.
FOR RIOEBORO .
The sloop FLEET. Captsia Charley,
\ tlii jL will Mil fin Rice) 10 re’ on,
aATDKBAY, Mb Inst.nt.
For irrig hr, . enquire of lit* Captsiu, on board,
si Lower Rica Mill, or to
M. J. DOYLE. Agoiii.
dl 116 Miysa aueet
. ir- THE Ai Auiribau Milp NRW (NIII.IKfI
Maelt r. ItsMng a tarm portion of
lfl>ii"7Sog„ sngsgsd will!,.- ,eaJy to -Mr*
« Lower Mydinalb’ Free* «a Ike Istb
1 flopiau iluwAN, (aura in iuu
• ■mppnio. *
FOR NEW YORK.
The fine Steamship COtWITUTIftN Ureenaau
Commander will leave tor the above port on
Wedneaday, Dor. o, at 10 o’rlork.
For freight or passage haring superior slate room
accommodations, apply to
n3O BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO
~ FOE NEW Y'ORK,
MilL STEAMSHIP tOMPANY.
The very fast sailing Steamship
Will positively tail "u her regular day,
Wedneaday, Oth Inst,, at 11 o’clock a. in.
For freight or pama.-e, which will be as low as anv
other line, apply to
(12 JOHN R. WILDER Agent.
FOR NEW YORK.
Mail Steamship Company.
The very faat-aaUing aide-wheel steamship
J. P BAKER, Commander,
will sail or. her regular day,
Saturday, 9th luatant, at in.
For freight or passage: whim will he taken as low
as any other ship, and having very superior accom
moddious, apply to
dfl JOHN It. WILDER, Agent.
FOR NEW YORK.
Atlantic >1 ni I steamship
The new and fast tide-wheel steam
SAN SALVADOR Loveland,mas
litYi !tr , "’BI sail as above, on
Saturday, Dec. 9, at 1 o’clock p. in.
For freight or passage, having nnsnrpaased aocom
modatione, apply to
B. H. HARDEE,
( No. 12 Stoddard’s Range.
GARRISON * ALLEN, Agents,
n27 No. 3, K.wllug Green, New York.
FOR NEW YORK
The brig OLIVE FRANCES, F. A.
' Small, master. Is now loading for the
For freight, apply to
CHARLES L. COLBY t CO.,
n2» Coiner Aberborn aud Bay sts.
NEW Jgg YORK.
Tbe new and splendid steamship TYBEE, Crowell,
Commander, will leave for the above port on her
Wednesday, Dec. tltb, at o'clock.
For freight or passage, having superior accommo
dations, apply to
d6 HUNTER A GAMMELL.
The splendid steamship ZODI IC. 11. C. Dearborn,
master, will leave for the above port on
Wednesday, Dec’. 6tl». at 10 o’clock
For freight or passage, having splendid accommo
tions, apply to
d6. OCTAVUS COHEN.
FRENCH, Commander, $
Will sail for tbe above port on
Saturday, Dec. 9, at o’clock.
For freight or passage, having excellent accommo
dations, apply to
n3O-td HUNTER A GAMMELL,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS.
Tbe light-draught steamer
3?. 33. Gfoodsell,
Ie receiving freight at Padetford’s Wharf, and will
Freight will be received lu store at any time dunug
the absence of the boat.
For engagements, apply to
d6-2 M. A COHEN.
Regular Weekly Steamer
AUGUSTA - SAVANNAH.
The New Iron Btsnmer
WM. G. GIBBONS,
Capt T. N. Pnn.roT,
Having superior acroaunodatl-m for Freight and
Passengers, will p>y regularly between the above
Leaving Savannan every Saturday Morulng, at «
Leaving Augusta every Wednesday Morning, at 1
Laving at Mathew's Ulufi .very Wednesday Night
It la the deelr* of the Agentsot the Gibbon, to nske
her s permsuenl Annumodslbui Boat t-« the Me,
chants of Augusta amt Hsvsnbah and the Plauters
along the llur of the river, and with tblaohjcrt in view,
aoettoit .111 hp afsoed on the part of fun owoett,
ageate and utßc-ra 10 nutet the waula or Dio trevellug
and iralgbilug public.
. „ . KRWIN * DARKER
oau L Rixsiutli Agent at wbatf. Im nil
ftrCtw. ih» A Mu. I most M
wkiAtt* rtf*- fu# Ul
' am-M T4IHIM *l kt
Ur ' •• "‘"—l—W. flFtebdau
JR. JET. MAY,
of Lincoln street, free of oat
Office In Clagbora *
The May arrived in August* from Savannah on loot
Friday with her full freight. ts oct9
The new itght-drsnght steamer
Capt LEWIS, *“ '
Win leave for Augusta on ./
Friday, Dee. 8, at 9 o’clock, a. aa.
for passengers on board this
For freight or passage apply to
S T E AM
The new and flrst-class Steamship ‘- r
Will tail for Baltimore on
Saturday, Dec. 9, at 1 o'clock p. aa.
The North Point has elegant and commodious ac
commodations for passengers, who mar procure
through tickets to New York via Philadelphia, at New
travel*****’ UU<J tll ** eb y *»vetwo hundred miles of tea
«JSS, ma ß nlflC9,lt side-wheel iron steamship RICH
MOND, has now been placed on the line fa connection
with the North Point, and will leave this port every
alternate Saturday (commencing the lflth Instant) for
For freight or pa.sage apply to
JAMB B. WEST, Agent,
- rtc - 4 Jones'Block.
K. EE. MAY
will leave for the above place on
This Steamer, drawing only twenty-eight Inches
when 1 loaded, otlfers snporlor inducements to ehinDera
at thepresent low stage of the rtver.
Goods received at all times and stored free In fire
proof warehouse on old Charleston steamboat wharf
For freight arrangements, apply to
d4tf J M KINCHLBY, Agent.
THE undersigned are prepared to receive goods at
X their Warehouses--free of expense andcov
ered by Insura' ce—for shipment to Augusta and
points beyond by their regular line of light draught
bo * t *'*fP 1 T to f'HAS. L. COLBtT*
sept29—tf v .cor. Bay and Abercorn sts,
VIA BRUNSWICK, ST. MARY’S, FER
NANDLNA, JACKSONVILLE AND
The new and fast sailing Steamer
Capt. N. King,
Having been placed per manently upon this rout* will
leave for the above place* on
Every Thnrnlay Morning, at lOo’eluek.
For freight or patsage. having splendid cabin ac
on Urd - * mortd * Bte * m
a. re CLAGHORN A CUNNINGHAM,
win make Tri-weckly Trip# to Doctortown, In con
nection with the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad, leaving
Savannah on Tuesdays, Thmsdayi and Sundays. *
Through Irelght payable by shippers at oar office.
received during the week, and stored free
Fur freight or passage apply to
_ CflXI L. COLBY Jfc CO.,
n2 ° Comer Abercom and Bay streets.
HAWKINSVILLE AND MACON.
Will leave as above wtth despatch. For freight,
which will be received at -the Upper Hydraulic Frees
Yard, and covered py insarance-untll placed on board
the steamer, apply to
U2B BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
Rio De Janeiro.
St. Thomas, Para, Pernambuco and BafcU
o. Th ® V“ tte(J and Brasil Hall
gFegmrtrip Company wIU dlapatch
-wd'-Ilt'.;! t]V regularly,
Un Uw 49th of every month,
A NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP,
r To Leave at 3 o’clock, p. na.,
From Pier 43, North River.
All letters have to pass through the Foot Office
An experienced Surgeon will be in attendance on
For freight an passage, having splendid sccommo
Rations, apply o
... ' THOMAS ABENCIO A CO..
ocUl-3m No. IT, Broadway, New York.
■Jmt F ° r *nSw. J. CAUGHSY,
nis-tf »a Bay street
The usw Aral class dipper ship