Departure or MestouMp* unit Steamer*.
FOB KBV YORK.
steam-hip Herman Livingston, Saturday. Decern
tier 9, all p. m
u Btcamrhip Petit, Saturday, December »tb, at
Steamship Leo, Saturday, December 9th, at 1*
o'clock p nt.
Steamship Cumbria, Satunlay, becemlier 9th, at
Steamship North Point. Saturday, December 9th, at
1 o’clock p, m.
Steamer Fannie Lehr, Friday, December Bth. at 9
o'clock a. m.
Steamer Wm. G. Gibbons, every Saturday morning
at 9 a. m.
steamer City Point, every Saturday morning, at 9
FOB DOCTORTOWN. j ,
Steamer Orient, every Tuesday morning, at T
Steamer Two Boy a, every Thursday morning, at 3
Steamer Gen. Shepley, every Sunday morning,
at 7 o'clock.
Steamer Clarion, every Friday morning, at 7
Steamer Fountain, every Tuesday moruiug, at
Sleamer City Point, every Wednesday afternoon,
at 1 o’clock, mm
Steamer Lizzie Baker, every Thursday morning, at
Steamer St. Johns, every Saturday morning, at
Destruction by Fire of the Steamship Wet
bosset at New Yoke.—Our New York Correspond
ent informs us by telegraph of the loss of the Wey.
bosset by Are on Tuesday. The steamer was at her
dock at tile lime of the disaster, but no other parti
culars arc given. The Weyhosset was a fine screw
stofitner of six hundred tons, and was commanded
by Capt. R. Parish. Her first trip to this port was made
iu the latter part of lost May. She was conuected
with the Star Line, Brigham, Baldwin Ai Cos., A ents.
The Weyhosset last arrived at this port on Moaday
morning, Nov. lath, and sailed on Wednesday,
November 29th, ISOS, having on board 493 bales
uplaud cotton, 59 packages merchandise, and 11
bales of domestics. A disp itch to the Agents in this
city slates that, hulf- her cargo was takeu out and
saved in a damaged condition. a
The Episcopal Orphans’ Home Supper.—The
very large quantity of eutables lert over from the
elegant supper spread for trie festival at the Episco
pal Orphans’ Home last cveuiug, is offered lor sale
today by tile ladies having the affair ill charge Par
ties can lunch at tiie Home or families order their
dinner from the bountiful supply left. Tile bill of
lure includes all the meats and delicacies of the sea
Thanksgiving Day.—The National Thanksgiving,
lor which today has been set apart by the proclama
tion of President Johnson, Will be generally observed
m this city. Services will lie held in most of tlio
churches, the public offices will he closed, and busi
ness generally suspended throughout the city. As
will he seen by a notice elsewhere, the Postofflce will
be closed except for ao hour in the moruiug and
evening. No papers will be issued from either of .he
offices tomorrow morning.
Large Decrease in the Exports ok Cotton to
New York.—We notice that there is a gradual but
heavy decrease in the exports of cottou to New
York. Yesterday four steamships sailed for New
Yoig;, which all and together carried only 1,337 bales
l pland Cotton, 2 6 haies Sea island do., 3 do. Domes
tics. It wtll he seen from this statement that the
stock in the Ulterior is liecomiug very light. The re
ceipts of cotton from the interior are also gradually
BEFORE HIS HONOR HICHARD D. ARNOLD, MAYOR.
Savannah, Dec. a, 1865.
The following cases were tried and decided by the
Mayor yesterday :
John Fitzpatrick, charged with being drnnk and
disorderly, and resisting a policeman. After an in'
vesltguliou of the case, the prisoner was dismissed
with a reprimand.
Joseph Peter was found drunk In the street by
the police. His was an offence against the law, but
tiie Mayor looked kindly on his offence, and allowed
the prisoner to depart.
Thomas Malone was accused of an attempt lo
break into the house of W. McDoden, on Tuesday
night. At the Instance of the pr.isecutor, the case
was withdrawn and the prisoner released.
Departihe ok the City Point.—The fine steamer
City Point, Capt. Talbot.arrived here yesterday alter
noou and departed again immediately for Palatka
Fla., with a good freight and a large number of pas
sengers. The City Point is anew and splendid side
wheel steamer, and is unexcelled In speed or in any
quality ol a first-class steampr by any boat on the
Navaunuii and Florida route. She makes her trips,
outside, from tills city to Florida weekly, leaving
Savannah every Wednesday at 4 p. m., and Palatka
on her return on Friday.
Tue Theatre.—An excelleent Thanksgiving-Day
bill Is presented for tills evening, Including tiie great
drama ' Tie Pioneer Patriots,” which created such
genuine enthasiMm at its first representation, and
which is repeated iiy request this evening; and the
•musing afterpiece ‘‘ic/my Lind at Last.” Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Watkins, who close their engagement, we
are sorry to say, with this week, appear in both
A Lively Day in Our H arbor.—Tne harbor of
Ssvannali was enlivened yesterday by tiie move
ments of no less than seven ocean steamships, four
of which arrived iu and three departed from tiie
port. It was a eliering and gratifying sight for our
A Heavy Cargo.—The steamship Cumbria, Capt.
French, arrived at this port yesterday afternoon, at
two o’clock, consigned to Messrs. Hunter k Gam
meil. The cargo of the Cambria 1* a very heavy
one, condstlug ot all descriptions of merchandise.
The Cumbria al»o had several passengers.
From New York—Tiie steamships San Salvador
and Leo arrived early yesterday morning from Ntfw
Turk. We are Indebted to the obliging purser of
the Leo for files of New York papers.
Prom Baltimore.—Early yesterday morning the
Steamship North Point, Capt. Smith, arrived In 67
hours from the Monumental city. She had a full
cargo, as also, several passengers.
Appleton's Railway Guide.— I The December
number of Rita indispensable companion to the
traveller, has been received at Esttll's News Depot.
The Post Office.—To-day being Thanksgiving
•tof, the Post Office will lie opened only between the
Hours of # and lo A. M., and 3 and 4 P. M.
Departure of Troops.—A portion of the 12th
Maine Volunteers sailed for New York yesterday by
Die steamship Varuna.
Departure ok Steamships for New Yobk.—The
lollowlng steamships departed yesterday for New
'ctk; the Constitution, Varuna, Tybee and Zodiac.
Arrival or a Wagon Train.—A train of wagons
thrived In town yesterday from Washington county,
*'«! brought to market a considerable amount of up
lon Florida.—^The steamer Fannie, Capt. MeNeL
>. was cleared yesterday for F.orlda, by Mr. F. M.
•yretl' she had a lafg* freight and a number of pa*-
cook int g
•Hound Potn, Oven*,
”hUak«r abate B|*o«fbUa bli
J O THOMPSON*OO.
Miniature Aliuauai Thu Day.
•sun rtaea a «•> Muuu nua ig is
Sun acta «Ml High water.. liost
- PORT OF SAVANNAH.
WEDNESDAY, Dec. «. 1084.
H*£T"' P 941V * ,,0r ' Al, k'n*. New York-B II
Steamship Leo, Merrill, New York—OctavusCohen
A 1 ' french, Philadelphia -Huulet
HStrid^“AC? r ‘ hPOIUI, 3mtth ' Baltimore—Bryan,
A4»nui aier LUy PoUl, ' Charleston—K W
C*“ o Cl * rton - Morse, Dociortown—Chaa L
“fH M Cool, Taylor, Daneu-M A Cohen.
withTgoods to j?M Myred* ° f “* Bteamer savattnah
la?to^uuge^' Nixon. 1 ' C1 " on '
S'*® l ? lsl ' 1 !’ Tybee, Crowell, tor New York,-Hun
ter di Gainuiell.
steamship Zodiac, Dearborn, New York—Octavus
Steamship constitution, Greenmau, New York—
BrtgUam, Baldwin ,v Cos.
'.Steamship Varuna, wiittehurst New York—John R
Steamer City Point, Talbot, Palatka, Ac.—R W
Steamer Resolute, Cannon, Hilton Head.
Steamer Volunteer, Andrews, Angusta—O'Fallou
Steamer Fannie, McNelty, Charleston. Ac—F M
Br bark Thos Whitney, Kelly, Liverpool—B, Wylly
Per steamer Clarion, from Doctortown—ll6 bales
upland cotton. 10 do sea Island do, 13 do domestics,
8 bbls syrup, 2 bales wool.
Per steamer It M Cool, from Darien—l63 bales up
land cotton, to N A Hardee A Cos, and others.
Per steamship Tybee, for New York—3ll bales up
land cotton, 7 uo sea island do, 3 do dofiiestics, and
100 pkgs mdse.
Per steamship Zodiac, for New York—3o2 bales
upland cotton, 26 cases mdse.
Per steamship Constitution, for New York—342 bis
upland cotton, 10 do sea island do, 1 piano, 02 bbls
Per steamship Varuna, for New York—3B2 bales
upland cottou, do sea island do, 7 do wool, 21 do
leather, 2 do hides, 16 cases tobacco, 1 Iron sale, 39
bales rope cuttings, etc.
Per bark Tlios Whitney, for Liverpool—794 bales
Per steamship Ban Salvador, from New York—J as
Homer, E McElwell, V McFarland, J Frazier, C W
Dunlap. M Bennett, H W Penny, G Golden, N P Rice
and lady, Cspt R Aiteu, W C Cosens, lady, 2 children
and nurse, E V Lass, ladv and 4 children, H Jurgens,
T G Todd, Mrs G H SanimU, Mrs Atkinson, MrsFalll
gant, W 1‘ Kastman, lady and daughter, C Baldwin,
G P Hamilton, J N Newberg, J T Bulb.
Per steamship Leo, from New York—A C Holmes
and lady, Miss H J Kvans. Miss H W Dow and, Miss O
Hcnnis, Mr Moore and wile, w Rowland, A K Delane
J Riley, J F Dunn, W Wood, J Bell, M Neville, J Ony
Miss A Hosiuer, Miss M Wheatland, W W Kirhv, M
W Kirby, R C Rowland, J Suilivau, L B Brown, D
Hanly, and 27 steerage.
Pei steamship Cumbria, from Philadelphia- Mi s A
II Gibbs and family, M Kobe, Mrs Kobe, A H Gibbs,
Mrs Thompson, J R Woodland, Mrs Flynn, Mrs A
Frazer, Mr Thomi.sou, Mrs s U Woodland and child,
D Madden, K Greiner, 15 deck.
Per steamship North Point, from Baltimore—J S
Rodgers, W Brannon, G R Boswell, Miss Anna John
son, H M Fuller. J Green, J Roll, P Mulhern. C II
Culyer and lady, W 3 Zimmerman and son, and 3 iu
Per steamer City Point, from Palatka, etc—Mr
Kyler and family. J II Hunt, M A Marlon, J B Jones
und lady, W J McCormick and family, D Rainas, H
Holly, Miss J F Cohen, Miss F J Levine, Mre M Bruce
S Freedman, J TOie, S W Moody, J Wilson, B Haw
kins, W M Fornutn, J Ashcroft, A Robertson, 1 Bi ad
welt, W Blake, J P Smith, J W Wakefield. K M Sea,
J Peterson, Capt Hunt.
Per steamship San Salvador, from New Yotk—M
I.avin, Adams Ex Cos, U U Kutve A- co, Hunter A G,
M S Meyers, Carter A Haney, Claghoru A C, K i) Ar
Hold, W B Tyler, Roll A Inman, Wellborn A Bellu.li.
(i WellOrook, G Evers, P tl Bolin, W P Tyler, N B
Knapp, L D Waddell, C Hammond, G Murkins, c L
Gilbert, I) Fiuuegan, Doyle A Lyon, J McMahon A
Cos, BAT, T Ruck, Stuart A Cos, J C Schreiner A 00,
J li Gray bill, Erwin A U, Hardens Ex Cos and order.
Per steamship Leo, from New York—Adams Ex
Cos, J W Anderson A Soil, J A Barron, B li Bolin, B,
Wylly A Christian, Blun A M, B, Smith A Cos. Brig
hum A Baldwin, K Bradley, J Buckly A Cos, U A P, C
A Cunningham, M A Cohen, O Cohen, C, Olcott A Cos
Crane A Grayhlll, J H Deppish, Duncan A J, D A
Slager, Erwin A H, M Ferst A Cos, A C Fraine, W R
Flemming, R Fraine, G C Fieeman, .1 Gilliland A Cos,
R Habersham A Cos, H, Watson A Cos, G M lleidt, E
E Hertz, P Skeliau, E D Smyth A Cos, W C Hurt, J
C Schreiner A Son, Scranton, S A Cos, Holcombe A
Cos, Hunter <t G, J B Ross A Son, K A Caun, P P.eilly
Klrlin A Cos, N B Knapp, Ljthrop A Cos, J Lippman,
Lovell A Lattnnore, Mather A West, K H May, J M
Premiss, R R agr. Handed A Cos, o D Rogers, T Mc-
Donald, M, Thomas A Cos, A A Solomon A Cos, W H
Stark, Southern Express Cos, A Sterling, J T Thomas
A Cos, J G Thompson A Cos, T M Turner, Van Horn,
U A Cos, Pulaski House, Bowers, B A Cos, Baum A B.
It D Walker, J Meyers, Rev W R Eaton, G G Hull, J
E Bryant, R B Ktag. H C Wayne, W M Walsh, J A
Villuionga J Vised
Per steamer Clarion, from Doctortown—T A Gor
don, J V Villaloiiga, A G Brown, K Habersham A
Sou, A M Cohen, Upenhelmer A Mohr, H Robe its.
Per steamship Nortlt Point, from Baltimore—P,
Hartridge A Cos, B, Baldwin A Cos, B, Smith A Cos, M
Beytagh, T M Bolshuw, Burn A M, G W Billups, J a
Barron, G Bankman, O Colteu, Claghoru AC, MS
Cohen, C L Colby A Cos, G S folding, J M Cooney, C
Johnson A Graybill, Erwin A U, Hess A Gutman, E
Ehrlich, E E Hertz, M Foreman, Laßoche. G A Cos, S
P Hamilton, J M Kiucliley, Kctn A Cos, S G Haines, G
O Marcy, J M Muller, F M Myrell, P Reilly, M Lavin,
E O'Byrne, B F Ulmer, T M Turner, Schuster A U, \V
H Stark, S, Smith A Cos, J it Jolmson, J B Read, K R
agt, Sorrell A Cos, E W Wyatt, W WoodOndge, K H
Tatom, R Satiate-
Per steamship Cumbria, from Philadelphia— Erwin
A 11, Hunter and G, M A Cohen, W, Cornwall A Cos, R
J Larcombe, L S Bennett, Mrs L Clieves, Mrs M Berg
A Minis, J McMahon A Cos, B, Baldwin A Cos, Lovell
A L. L J Guilmanln A Cos, Claghorn A C. M Kohl, J
M Kmchley. o Cohen, B. Smith A Cos, T A Cos, W II
Stark, J W Anderson A Son, Holcombe A Cos, Dun
can a J, W M Walsh, E Bidcliord, H J Dickerson A
Cos, L A Falligant, Rue, W A Cos, Davis A Conner, M,
Beattie it Cos, Southern Ex, G Gemenden, A Fernan
dez, W U tvatberger, A A Solomons A co, Sorrell 4
Bro, Lillenthal A Kohn, J Laugsdorf if Cos, Bothwcll
A Whitehead, It Metnhard <t Cos, II Rothschild, W J
Minis, T M Norwood, G J Jones P Reilly, 1, C Tebeau
T McDonald, G C Freeman, R M Hum, G A Nichols,
Yonge A Nixon, M Newmark, W M Davidson, C,
Johnson A Cos, and order.
LIST UK VESSELS IN TIIE PORT OK
Savannah, Dec. 7, 1866.
Virgo, Buckley, loading, New York—O Cohen.
San Jacinto, Loveland, loading, New York—B U
Nevada, Carpenter, loading, New York— Brigham,
Baldwin and Cos.
Hunter, Rogers, loading, New York—Hunter k
Darien, (Br) Haran, loading, Liverpool—Brigham,
Baldwin A Cos.
Mont Blanc, Donnell, 7UO, loading, Liverpool—La
Roche, Gaden 4 Unckles.
Virginia, Weeks, 1,044, loading at Lamar’s Press,
for Liverpool—C L Colby A Cos.
Thorwalsou, (Br) Brotnage, discharging—Reid 4
Republic (Bretn) Smith, 800, loading for Liver
Favorite, (Br) Spain, discharging—E A Soullard.
Herald, Culvert, discharging—O Ureen A Sun.
Craeso, (Br) tons, discharging—Robert I
Platlnius, Pinkhant, loading—C L Colby A Cos.
Colonist, (Br) Taylor, discharging—Clias Green A
Laconia, Doane, discharging—Hunter A Gammed.
Clara Pickens, Rodgers, 450, loading for Liverpool
ter A Gammed.
Rush. uaynor, discharging—Patterson A
Atlantic, Walk, 101 ton*, discharging—li, Wylly A
Olive Francis, Small, loading—Charles L Colby
Blackflsli, Ticketts, loading New York—Laßoche *
R c Wright, Ilugg, discharging— R nabershain A
Albert Thomas. Van Brunt, discharging—Olios L
Colby A Cos.
Fauuie, Chapman, discharging—Master.
Blaekflsh, Flckett, loading for N Y with Umber—
Laßoche A Johnson.
Geo Darby, Boow, from New York, dtsch’g—
Hunter A Gammed.
U W Vaughan. Mont. 334. loading, New York—
Patterson A Tucker.
A F Ames, Antes, loading, New York—Von Horn,
HiSynke 4 Murray.
John II Brornel Ik oglu**. dWcharglug-Duniei A
W* • w “
'SSffij'n, 0 —
166 tub* i rti action* a*
iw la be pi tat* Leaf Ism
. haniimu a DO,
Hoqibwsit *«ra*r Ray and laniard «r»«4a
" AUCTION SALES.
AUCTION I ”
Every Tuesday, Thursday and
AT THB STORE ON BROUGHTON STREET,
Third door from Ball.
Where will be offered a general assortment of Dry
Goods, Boom and Slioes. Hosiery, Under clothing.
Book*. Yankee Notions. Jewelry, Ac ■ Ac., at the pur
chaser's own prices.
Terms cash; aales positive. dt-3»
York, Williams., Mclntire
WiU sell FRIDAY, at 10 o'clock. In front of store,
on Bay street
A large Stock of Goods, consisting of Alapacns,
Bercges. plain and figured Delaines. Poplins, Wool
Plaids, Merinos, Lavrus, Ribbons, red and blue flan
nel Shills. A large lot ol Undershirts and Drawers,
and Hosiery of all kinds. Also, au immense stock of
Clothing, Oveicoals, dress and business Costs SUO
Vests and 500 pair Pauls ol all kluds, Yankee Notions
of all kinds.
Trunks, Valises, *ole leather Valises, wool Blan
kets, Ac. v
hold by order of Special Agent of Underwriters of
New York City for account of whom it may concern.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
By Bell, Wylly & (Mian.
Small Lots of Land.
There having been eo many applications for Small
Tracts of Land for location, the owner or the aboffb
Land, feeling a disposition to meet this demand- has
placed in the market, for a lew d.tva. Lots of Five
Acres, or more, part cleared, on the Augusta Road, op
posite to the three mile stone, also on the While Bluff
Road, opposite to the two mile stone. tf-nl6
BY BELL, WYLLY & CHRISTIAN.
On WEDNESDAY, 13th instant, at 11 o’clock, iu froat
of store will be sold:
80 Building Lots, and
2 fractions of Lots,
situated in that portion of the city of S vannah known
as Montmollinviile, on the soutn side of the Central
Sold by older of the Superior Court of Chatham
county for the benefit of the heirs and erditors of the
estate of the late John S. Montmolliu, deceased.
The property presents a rare opportunity for capi
talists io make a profitable investment.
f'Hle positive, terms cash, purchasers paying for
By Bell, Wylly k C hristian
AT PRIVATE SALE.
45 acres of fine Garden Land, within the limits of the
city. The improvements consists of a first class cottage
dwelling, gothic style, containing six large rooms, with
marble mantel piece, dining room, kitchen, library’ room
furnished with shelves and glasadoois. outbuildings
consists of farmhouse, containing seven rooms, barn,
carnage house and “tables. Purcha er can have ihe re
fusal of corn, fodder, hay, horses, mules, buggies aud
2430 acres « t heavily timbered land, situated twenty
(20) mili-s from the city, between the Ogecchee and
Cti noochce Roads. An excellent location for a mill, or
an A. No. 1 turpentine plantation. 100 acres of tiie
above cleared. Improvements consists of Wno small
dwelling houses, with stables, cribs, Ac. tf-nIS
By Bell, Wylly A Christian.
40,000 finest Sweet Oranges, just received per
schooner Pearl, for sale lrom wharf.
Terms cosh. d7-2
AT PRIVATE SALE.
By Bell, Wylly &. Christian.
100 acres pf Land, situated on the Vernon river,
about nine miles from this city. The improvements
consist of dwelling, barn, stables, und other neces
An abundance of fi*h, oysters, shrimp, Ac., con
Price of property, $2,000. u2B-tf
By T. J. Walsh.
On TUESDAY’, January, sth, ISGC, will be sold at the
Court House, in the city of SavuUDah. at 11 o’clock
The Eastern Half of Lot No. 11 Jackson Ward, (fee
simple, with improvements), corner of Whitaker
and Hull streets. r lhe improvements Are a two-story
brick dwelling, nine rooms, with waier in the yard,
and gas through the house; brick stable. Both build
ings nave slate roots.
Sold by permission of the Ordinary of Chatham*
county, fora division among the heirs. •
Terms cash, purchaser paying for titles. r 24
BY BLUN & MEYER.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, December 7th, at 11
o’clock a. m., at our store :
SOaciesof good Gardening Land, back of Lover’s
Lane, 1% milts from the Exchange. nCO-td
BY THOMAS J, WALSH,
Will bs sold on FRrDAY, the 9th lust, at 11 o’clock,
in front of store;
A lot of Household Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths,
1 fine Saddle Mare, Bridie aud Saddle
1 pair of Horses, Double Buggy and Harness.
Terms cash. ' and»
IN pursuance of an order of the Court of Ordiuary
ot Chatham county, will be sold on the first Tues
day in February next, at the Court House door, in
the city of Savannah,, daring the ufnal hours of sale,
all the undivided iiair interest of James Bilbo, late
deceased, io the Shandy Ilall farm, situated near the
city of Sav innali on the Thunderbolt road ; said farm
containing in all fifty acres, more ar less.
The said half interest sold for the peipoae of di
vision JOHN O. FERRILL.
OFFICE DEPT QUARTERMASTER. \
Savannah, Ga., Dec. 6, 1865./
Will be sold at public miction, at the Government
Corral, at Savannah, Ga., on the ltth'day of Decem
ber, 1566, about
ONE HUNDRED HEAD OF GOVEtyiMENT
Sales to continue from day to day until concluded.
Terms cash, iu United State* currency.
E. B. CARLING,
d7-td Bvt Lt. Col. A. Q. M. U. S. A.
i A BOXES CHEESE,
TANARUS” 76 boxes Fny’s Soap.
Just received and tor sate by
octt« BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
CENTRAL R. R. AND BANKING CO. i
OF GEORGIA, }
Suvannahj Pec. 4,1, I860.)
An Election for nine Directors to manage the af
fairs of the Company for the ensuing year will be held
at tiie Banking House, in Savannah (second story), on
Tneeday, the 2d of January, 1866, between the hour*
oflOa m. and 1 p. m.
Stockholders only wno have held stock for ninety
day* immediately preceding tiie day of election are
entitled to vote.
Stockholders, npon presentation of their stock cer
tificates to the conductors of trains, will be passed
to and from the election over the Company's road,
free. GEORGE A. CUYLER,
OFFICE DEPOT COMMISSARY, ,
Savannah, Georgia, December 6, 1866. f
SEALED Proposals to furnish the troops at this
Post wilh ficsli Beer for three months, commenc
ing January 1, 18C6. and ending March 31, 1866, will
be received at this office until 12 M., Dec. 20,1866.
The Beef to be of good marketable quality, exclu
sive of nceks and shanks, and delivered 111- weekly.
The Proposals to be made in duplicate.
U. A. darling,
deco ( apt. am l c. s. Vois.
STATE OF GEORGIA—CHATHAM .COUNTY—To
nil whom it may concern:
Whereas, Kate M. Briody will apply at the Court
of Ordlnnry for Lepers of Administration on the ea
tatc es Tlmmas Briody, late of said coanty, de
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish ad whom
lt may cotu eru, to be and appear befor* said Court to
make objection ftf auy they have) on or tiefore the
second Monday in January next, otherwise *atd let
tar* will In- grant' and
WUnties tay band aud official signature this Alb day
Os December, 1966
d* D A. O'BYRNE. O. C. C.
A DMINIRTHATOH s NOTICE - Billy day* after
dale, I will make application to tha Honorable
court of Ordary of Chatham eouaty for lotv* to sail
all the real eotata of Ryul K Glallgny, daeouaad. for
the twnefli of his holiasmt cradltoi*
0 * . UIUI* OHKNVALD, Adin’r
Mvtnuah, DM- «, 1*46. da iawvin
IDMINIhTRATHIX Nt/nt'E Adparimn* hailog
rial** agatnat tha astato iff Dhwlaa A L. Cmml
tat* tmumi, WW P»*MM ih* as**, properly atlMßit
wubth the It** 111*0.1 lied by Lw a«d fh.w* lidaMfl
lo (SM *ala4awfll Risk* tWOodtai* pajMMl Ip
caho 1 1 Mv a, Camar,
Ml |H4« MwWflllll
(V'lLl. he sold at the Ana-ilia Plantation ut R. R.
It Young, late of Tuoma. county, deceased,
three miles H on Boaton. No. 13 Atlantic A GolfH.il
road, on Pndsy, IS!h December next, all the perish
able property oeioi Ring ,« said plantation. consisting
fur the most port a- follows; About JO Mules and
Horae., 140 Fat Buga, 2UU Slock Hcgq 90 tUe. ■ Cattle,
6,000 BUSHELS OF CORN.
20 or 30 stack. Fodder. 2 or 3 Wagon*. Sugar Mill, a
large supply or Planiation Utensils, aud many other
At the same time and place I will rent the Plants
tfon fone of the largest aud best In the roomy) for
the year 1866.
There is about
1,100 ACRES OF OPEN LAND
on tha place, and in fine condition for another crop
corn or cotton. D. S. BRANDON.
_ dl-10 _ ExeCUtln.
GROCERIES, UttllOUS, A t>7,
T. J. DUNBAR &CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WINES. LIQUORS. SEGARS. &C.
147 Bay Street,
(NEXT DOOR ABOVE REPUBLICAN OFPICK.J
—-— s ——
TITE invite the attention of the Trade and the Pnb
** lie generally to onr large and elegant assort
Wines, Liquors, Cordial,. Conserves, Se
gura, etc., etc.
«hich Is not excelled by any similar establishment
in the States.
We are sole proprietors of DUNBAR'S CELE
BRATED WORMWOOD CORDIAL, the repuUtlon of
which is fully established in this and foreign coun
tries ; DUNBAR'S well known STOMACH BlTTEßS
guaranteed superior to any article of the kind, de
signed expressly lor hotel and family use: DUN
BAR'S SCHIEOAM CORDIAL SCHNAPPS, war
ranted of the u most parity, and pat up expressly
for our house, of wnieh we are sole proprietors and
importers. Sole Agents for Robert Smith's cele
brated PHILADELPHIA ALE. Incases and barrels;
English, Scotch and American ALE and PORTER,
BRANDY, Scotch aud Bourbon WHISKEY and AR
RACK PUNCHES, formerly well known throughout
the United States, put up by ns In cases for export
and home consumption.
T. J. D, A Cos. are sole agents for H. A H. W.
Catherwood’s Pure RYE WHISKIES. XX and XXX
brands, guaranteed unsurpassed in quality 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 aud imported expressly for this
house, which we offer at tiie very lowest net cuah
prices. BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, CHAMPAGNES,
and every description and grade ol Foreign Liquors
imported directly by this bous.-, and lor sale in bond
or duty paid, at lowest market rates novl-lm
KIRLIN, BRO. &BURKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ILES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
CORNER WHIT A 14.16 It STREET AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED & DELIVERED.
Randell & Cos.
Soiitluvpst corner of Bay and Bnruard Sts.,
ARE IN RECEIPT OF
60 barrels Self-rai«ing Flour
20 barrels Extra Syrup
20 barrels Cider Vinegar
50 caddies Golden Magnet Tobacco
60 barrels Sugar Crackers
20 barrels Boston do
20 boxes pure ground Java Coffee
20 fio do Kio do
20 bbls Extra C Sugar
50 boxes Lemon Biscuit
dC-eo<l l w
FIDE OLD BRANDT, WINES, Sc.
Peach Valley Whiskey, Maple Valley Whiskey, Pike's
Magnolia, Spencer’s Old Rye, snd Fine
FOR * SALE BY
C. W. THOMPSON.
At the Old Stand,
111 BAY STREET,
(Herald Buildings j
Alsop's Ale, Mars' Ale, Apples. Potatoes, Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider and Cider Vinegar.
IN LARGE OUANTIES AND OF GOOD
Will find a fine stock at
Raxtcion c to Go’s.
H. G. RUWE & CO.,
GROCERIES 9 LIQUORS,
WINES 2VND SEGARS,
Corner Bryan and St. Julian and
(FRONTING PULASKI HOUSE*}
C3T* Agents for
ALE AND LAGER.
Constantly on hand, an assortment of
Gso. R. Chump, Wm, A. Weight,
Augusta, Georgia. Late of Richmond, Va.
GEO. R. HUP & CO.,
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Lipors, Tobacco, Segars,
SALTED FISH, &c.
209 Broad St., Augusta, Gu,
tw Will purchase and aril on Commission Cottou,
Touaooo," Paonnca, and MEaonANDiai of every dc
Refer* to the Merchants and Bankers of Augnsta,
Ga., Richmond. Va, and Jno. C. Kerrill, Usq, De-
Witt A Morgan, Qadcn A Unckles, A. A. Solomons k
Cos., J. T. Paterson A Cos.. R. Molina, Esq , Savannah.
To Wholesale Grocein,
Liquor Dealers, DlSlllern, and
IJiSSENTIAL rid* for flavoring and Improving Bran-
U iiy, Hum Port Wine, Uourbon, Ryo, Meotehaod
Irish whlukl**, ago and body praparattoM lor N*u
trall.iug and Modlfrriug Whiokry and null tl, color
lug*. Hynip* and Fruit Jules* for Branny, Wblakry
and Wtura. oil* and kxtracM of Oiigaar aad other
Brandteo, Holland and Londou JftiC Ac. Dr F.’t
Treatlae ou FvruwiutiKl Liquor* «Blb loud lUndpe*
POli DItUOUIHTS ÜBK.
Paratau luarit Rowdav, fly I'apat, lgw<lati«o,
nuorapar aud F i*uvL Arid ¥*ny «*a» and *ll r»t»
fli uikoi* ami |wug*
Pl*l< BUAU MANI'PA<TUHKItB,
Mil la at* «f Ink Jp Cryotala, Ijquldnad.vllt Chinn
clay and Tana Alb*. Moan atupr u—in doda, Am>,
St wTMUCM t HanUhl
OKIKUKIK*. t-lUrOlt*. *r.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
IB Pine Groceries, Moots and Shoe*. Cloth la*
Foreign and Doauatie Wines. Liqaors sod Hegar*. y
Also, Skehan'a Celebrated
GOLDEN ALE AND CHAMPAGNE CIDKK.
in bottle aud iu wood.
London and Dublin Brown Stout. Scotch aud Eng
lish Ales, Ac ,
Liberal deductions made to the trade
176 BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAS.
and 62 Liberty street. New York.
EANDELL t CO.
A RK now offering to the trade a very choice selee-
A tion of
YOUNG HYSON, and
NO. 1 EXTRA AND FANCY SOAPS
RAISINS, CURRANTS AND CITRON
PURE GROUND SPICES
if. C. AND SAL SODA
VERMICELLI, FARINA, JELLIES,
And a general assortment of Fancy Groceries.
J. GARDNER ~
TAKES the liberty of informing the public generally
that he has.inri Opel. -!. and will always keep on
hand a full supply ut
Fresh Family Groceries,
of all descriptions nod of thu bout quality, which he
offers lor sale at retuouahle rate*. Corner Jones and
Barnard sheets, at Ehrlich's old stand. uIS-lm
J I FOREIGN I3OMESTIC^^^^^
I ALES LIQUORS A SEGARsfIBH^V
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
lAA BOXES m ight Navy tbs 10 lira Sweet, Xo§ 60
I Till boxes KNIGtIT TEMPLARS, qrs
15 id. Segars, Cabinet
10 m. do La Esseneia
For Sale by
HILTON 4 RANDELL,
d4 6t 193 Bay Street.
R. S ALLEN & Cos.,
ISO & 10l WATERMT
AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS,
Smalt Tools for the Faiyn and Gurden, sveh as Spades,
Shovels, Hoes, Forks, Rakes, and 0., and for Grass
Hooks, Scythes, Scyth-Stones, ami Agricul
tural Hardware in general.
We offer, also, a large assortment of onr own manu
facture of Hay Cutters, Coffee and Grain Mills, Sugar
Mills for Grocers’ use. Store Trucks of various pat
terns, Road Scrnpers, Wheelbarrows, Jfcc.
Fertlllizers of all kinds, such us Coe’s Buperphos>
phate ot Lime, pure Ground Bone, Peruvian Guano,
Every vuluable American and Foreign variety of
Vegetable, Flower and Grass Seed and Field Grain that
ha» proved worthy of cultivation, grown and selected
expressly for our trade.
Bales made in bulk, per pound or bushel, or in small
packets, for retailing, by the hundred or thousand.
: COMSTOCK & WET,
Office No. IS4 Bay SlMt.Savamali 6a.
WE keep on hand and furnish to order at Manu
facturer*’ Pricee-Eugine, Foot and Hand Lathes,
Plnues, Drills, Chucke. Bolt Cutter*, Gum Cutters.
Wood & Mann •‘Portable Engines,” Hoisting Kn
§ lues, Wood Working Machinery of every description,
tationery Steam Engines and Boilers, Cotton Glue
and Presses, Saw Mills, Rice Mills, Grist Mills, Circu
lar and Mill Saws, Rnhber and Lenthor Belting and
Hose. Gearing, shafting, Hangere and Pulliea, Hy
draulic Jacka and Punches. Pumps of nil kluda. All
kinda of Wood and Iron Working Machinery and
Agents for the Weet Point Foundry, E. A. Wood’s
Steam Guuge and Boiler Feeders.
IST- SEND FOR A CIBCULAR. tir,
COMSTOCK A KINSEY,
No. 154 Bay street,
oct4-Tu,Th&S2m Savannah, Ga.
NO. 28 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK,
OF every variety, embracing all tiie different pat
terns ofPlows In use in tile Sonth-rn States, Cora-
Shcllers, Hay and Stalk-Cutters, Horse-Powers and
Tbreshiug Machines, Fan-Mills, Wheel-Barrow*, Carts
and Wagons. Cotton Gins, Gin Gear, Plow and other
Castings, Shovels, Forks, Hoe*, Rakes und Garden and
Farm Tools ana implementa of every variety.
The choicest Garden snd Flower Secda grown In this
country or Europe, including every desirablekiudaud
variety. The utmost care takeu to have those only
which are choice and reliable. -Also, Grass. Field and
Bird Seeds of every variety
Bone Duet, Animal Manure (a preparation of animal
matter, blood and honey a good snbatliute for (iuauo
and cheapest manure In use Phosphate of Lime,
Laud Piaster, Guano, Ac.
PLANTS, TREES, Ac.
Furnished from tUtmost reliable Nurseries and Grow
B r'Orders respectfully sollctteu.
ttersof inquiry cheerfully responded to and pries
lists furnished ou application. lawßw-u22
"MR. M. COBURN Informs ids friends and patrons
ha that he has returned to tiie city, and is pre
pared to Tune aud Repair PIANOS Iu the 4iest man
Orders loft al tiie store of U. s. Bogardqs near
tile Court House , will receive prompt attention.
To Close Consignment,
TITE offer for sale, at very low rates •
v » 84 boxes Adamantine Candles
lo firkins extra Goshen Butter
0™ . C, !,h’P ty s<nok « l flacou Shoulders
2000 bnshels superior Whlto Corn
Pickles, in glass _
Cream of Tartar
100 barrels Green Apples
1_ . „ RUE WHITNEY A CO„
The ri'iop FLEET. Captain Charity,
l will oatl for Rlraboro' on
HATURDAY, Mb luaitut.
For frelgb', Ai'., tnqulie tff th* Captain, on hoard,
at Uww Rtra Mill, or to ' "" * "
- 8 DOYLE, Agaut,
** tl. dry an strati
fM Ms iiBWIKI IK|i| Ut
WU «r MhiGUAM, HAUIWIJi |gu
FOR new YORK.
Mail Meaiiiw|)ij> ('otii|iaiiy.
The very fast sailing stde wheel atcmehlp
J. P BAKER, Commanded,
will sail on her regular day,
Satardsy, 9tk Instant, at 1 p.
For freight or piaaiee; whlcn will be takeu a* low
os any other ship, and having very superior accom
modation*, apply to
d6 JOHN R. WILDER, Agent.
NEW jm& YORK.
The new and splendid steamship PERIT, E. A. Ds
lanoy. Commander, will leave for the above port
ou her regular day, ‘
Saturday, Dee. Uili, at o'clock.
For freight or passage, having superior accommo
dations, apply to
d7 HUNTER A GAMMELL
The splendid steamship LEO, F. i. Merrill, muter,
will leave for the above port on
Saturday, Dec, 9th, at 9 o’clock p. m.
For freight or passage, having spleudld accommo
tions, apply to •
dT OCTAVUS COHEN.
FOR NEW YORK.
At In nt it* Mail Htuamship
> The new aud fast side wheel steam
SAN SALVADOR Loveland, mas
3jUraSgUjLter, will sail as above, on
Saturday, Drr. it, at 1 o’clock p. m.
For freight or passage, having unsurpassed accom
modation*, apply to
B. H HARDEE,
No. 12 Stoddard’s Range.
GARRISON A ALLEN, Agents'
n27 No. 5. Bowling Green. New York._
Will sail for the above port on' ‘
Saturday, Dec. V, at o’clock.
For freight or passage, bating excellent accommo
dations, apply to
ttSO-td HUNTER A GAMMELL,
FOR NEW YORK
A.A The brig OLIVE FRANCES, F. A.
Small, master, Is now luailiiig for the
ffiBBnSW For freight, apply to
CHARLES L. COLBY k CO.,
D29 Corner Aberlrom and Bay sts.
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS,
The light-draught steamy
P. 33. G-oodsell,
Is reeelvtng freight at Pudelford'a Wharf, and will
Freight will be received in store at any time during
the absence of the boat.
For engagement*, apply to
d6-2 M A COHEN.
VIA BRUNSWICK AND FERNANDINA.
I* now receivin freight at the old Florida steamboat
wharf foot of West Broad street, and will leave as
Wednesday, 6th Inst., at 9 a. m.
This boat la tn very excedent order, and has su
perior state room accommodation* for passenger*.
For freight or passage, apply to
F. M. MYRELL. Agt,
d4 Harris' BnUdings. dav street.
The new Steamer
Capt. E. 8 Talbot,
Will leava a* above
Every Saturday, at 9 a. tn.
For freight or passage apply to
R. W. ADAMS, or
„ J. S. CARRUTHKRS,
t“l Hodgson's Range, Bay street.
Regular Weekly Steamer
pVt VC PPM
AUGUSTA ~ SAVANNAH.
The New Iron Steamer ,
WM. G. GIBBONS,
Capt. T. N. PniLPor,
Having superior accommodation for Freight and
I-angers. will ply regularly between the above
Leaving Savannah every Saturday Morning, at »
Leaving Augnsta every Wsdneiday Morning, atT
*‘“***•»’• «nf vvery Wodaeulay Night.
U M tn* desire of the Agent# ot the Gibbon* to make
her a permanent A< 1 ouimodatlou Boat for the Mer
chaata of Aaguota and Havsnhah aad the Planter,
atone th* Hu* of Ih* river, aud with tbla oikact tn view,
no effort trill be • pared on Ih* part of her owner*.
•Mat* »»d offiear* lo nwvt tha wauM of the trawling
and freighting public.
, „ . ERWIN * DARDKk
o«N L Mouu«u.at, Agent at whoir iu nil
f|IMR to rovetve guo4* *1 j
R. H. MAY, •
Will have (Itapan-h for tkc above place. rcoMv
*? ’ u *d stored in Are proof warehouse, foot
of Lincoln street, free of coat.
J. M. KfNCHLEY, Agent.
Office In Claghorn A Cunningham's
The May arrived la Angnsta from Savannah on Inat
Friday with her frill freight. ts oct9
Tha new light draught steamer
Will leave for Augusta on
Frtdny, Dee. S, at 9 o’clock, a. in.
pffo‘i* P ‘t" and lur ? i L »tth A
ileteiu.S mX*wVv K * n,U * L * br 001 te * r
For freight or passage apply to
,16-2 1 R WEST. Agent,
s T eTm
The new and flrat-clast Steamship
Will sail for Baltimore on
Saturday, Dec. 9, at * o’clock p. a*.
-The North Point has elegant and ..
('ommodations for pasMezurers. who maT nSL 1 !
through, tickets to NewYothrk Philadelphia aUtew
York rate*, and thereby save two hundred riffles of sea
Blde-wheel iron steamship RlCH
wtthfu n ,l*^ eD P'k’-'ed on the line in conaoetton
" I<l wlll this porteverv
BMtlmore B*^fcomm/mcicg 8 *^fcomm/mcicg thelkh lirtuitl fw
For freight or passage apply to
JAMES R WEST. Agent.
VIA BRUNSWICK, ST. MARY’S, FEB
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE AND
The new and faat sailing Steamer
Capt. N. King,
Ilavtugbsen placed permanently upon this route will
leave for the above placet ou
Every Thuieduy Morning, ut 10 o’clock.
01 P“ , *B e ' having splendid cabin »c-
PiScet whark of
d5-tf CLAGHORN A CUNNINGHAM,
CONNECTING WITH THE ATLANTIC
AND GULF RAILROAD,
The new iron Steamer
Capt. Tbo» Danieli,
Will leave for the above place on
TViurgda jr Morning, Dec, TANARUS, nt « o'clock.
Jwo. L. RocMtLt.iv, Agaut om^mESl*
Will make Tri-weekly Trip* to Doctortown. •> «...
nection with the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad.
Savannah ou Tuesdays, Thuradaya aud sinrkre 08
P*y»hle by ahlppera at ow’olloe
of ex^na,. reCCWd th * SJadfSi
For freight or paaaage apply to
.on „ CHAS L. COLBY A GO.
n ’ Corner A bercom and Bay Strega.
HAWKIIQSVILLE- AND MACON.
Will leave as above with despatch. For freight
which will be received at the Upper Hydraulic Pmfc
Yard, and covered by Insurance until placed on board
the steamer, apply to
ngs ... BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A OO
Rio De Janeiro.
CALLING AT >
St. Thomas, Para, Permmbneo and BgfcJa'
Ou tba 89th of .wary month,
A NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP,
To Leuve ut 3 o’clock, p. am.,
From Pier 43, North River.
All letters have to pasa through the Poet Office
An experienced Surgeon will be In attendance on
iioard. £ .
For freight an oaaaagc, having splendid °—
datlons, apply o * * accommo
’H 1 ® \ No-1 «WP MONT BLANC la now
4-0^ r »Pldlyl°adlng, at White's Prase. FW bal
'-'£F’V't" lct ‘. or rreiulit (having room octy for a fbw
balee) inqnlnt of
n2l.tf LxROCHE. OAMN • IRTMMP,
Ihcitaw firat < taas cJtHMt ahtp
la now toadth, itptdly al Lowvt fhaMk aM taaM*
tag igaait.li arm haw qalak d^akt
” ***■ * pamisa dah*. at t-wni nuaat a.|i*v
CMAI |, CDUIV ADD
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