BAVA NNA H .
Departure of Mcanuklr> and WMatra.
(OK KBW VOKK.
Steamship l'hoa«, Wednesday, Lh comber IS(b, at 3
Steamship Sou Jacinto, Saturday, December Id, at
Steamaliip Kicbmoud, Saturday, December 16, at
Steamer Wui. G. UiblMina, every Saturday morning
at 9 a. tit.
Steamer City Point, every Saturday morning, at V
Steamer Orient, every Tuesday morning, at 7
Steamer Two Boys, every Thursday morning, at 9
Steamer Gen. Sliepley, every Sunday morning,
at 7 o’clock.
Steamer Clarion, every Friday morning, at 7
Steamer Two Boys, every Tuesday morning, at S
Steamer Fannie, Wednesday, December yih, at 9
o'clock a. m.
Steamer Fountain, every Tuesday morulng, ut
Steamer City Point, every Wednesday afternoon,
at 4 o’clock.
Steamer Lizzi" Baker, every Thursday morning, at
Steamer St. Johns, every Saturday morning, at
Steamer Helen Getty, every Saturday morning, at
iNAI'Ot'RATION OF THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF
Savannah.—At noon on yesterday, His Honor
Edward C. Anderson, Mayor elect of Savannah, and
the following Aldermen elect, were duly qualilledon
oath by Justice Levi S. Hal t, of the Second District,
G. H. Aldermen Robert Lachllson, John F. O’Byrne,
John Williamson, Christopher C. Casey, John O'. Per
ril, George W. Wylly, E. A. Soullard, John R.
The Board immediately organized and prepared for
business. Geo. W. Wylly was elected Chairman. On
motion of Alderman Gue, It was voted that the rules
regulating the old board he adopted for the use and
government of the present board, and that a com*
mn tee of three bo appoiuted by the Mayor to revise
His Honor appointed the following committee :
Aldermen Gue, Ferrill and u'Byrue. Bis Honor then
annouuced the following as the
STANDING COMMITTEES OF Tllfl COUNCIL.
Finance.—Aldermen Ferrill, Williamson, Wylly
Dby Culture.—Aldermen Soullard, Johnson, Mc-
streets and Lanes.—Aldermen Gue, Casey and
Accounts.—Aldermen McMahon, Schley and Gue
Public Sales and City Lts Aldermen Wylly,
Casey and Johnson.
Mabekt.—Aldermen Johnson, Lachlisou and
Fire.—Aldermen Casey, Gue and Lachllson.
Jail.—Alderntcu Lachliaon, O’Byrne and Ferrill.
Pumps.—Aldermen O’Byrne, Gue and Casey.
Docks and Wharves.—Aldermon Williamson,
Cunningham and Soullard.
Health and Cemetery.—Aldermen Schley, Wil
liamson and Gue.
Public Buildings.—Aldermen Laclilison, Soullard
Gas.—Alderman Cunningham, Wylly and Johnson-
Water Works. O'Byrne, Lachlison
Education.—His Honor E. C. Anderson, Mayor;
Aldermen Schley, Ferrill and Williamson.
School Commissioners.—Aldermen Schley, O'-
Byruo, Ferrill and Johnson.
There being no further business, the Council au
jourued until Wednesday evening at 7)4 o’clock.
another Great Enterprise.—An Extensive
Steam Biscuit and Cracker Factory.—About
twenty-four years since, a bLseult machine, worked
by hand was put up in this city in the cellar of Mr. A
liorchert's Bakery, uorth-West corner ol - Jefferson
and Bryan streets. It seems but yesterday that we
visited this establish incut, which was In those days
considered an extensive manufactory and a triumph
of mechanical enterprise. About twelve years af
terwards Mr. Borchort erected In his building,on the
ground ffoor, a steam biscuit bakery, which he kept
ruuntng until the advent of the army of Gen. Sher
To Mr. Borchert therefore belongs the credit and
the honor of lieing the llrst manufacturer of biscuits
by hand or steam In Georgia or South Carolina.
There Is to-day in this city in ibe course of orec
tion on Bay street In the brick worelionsos west of
and adjoining Pcuileid’s Mariners Church, one of the
most extensive steam biscuit and cracker factories
ever erected in the Southern States, South of .Balti
more. Mr. L. K. Smith and W. H. Middleton, under
The firm name ol L. K. Smith A Cos., are Its proprie
Mr. L. K. Smith, the originator of this extensive
enterprise being solicited by Ills friends In the lute.
r<or and in tilts city to embark in it At first he be
loved hecouhl not compute with the Northern manu
facturers, but after careful consideration he has re
solved to make the venture, and on the Ist day of
J.inuary„'lsOii, the machinery of his steam bakery
will ne in motion.
The building of the ovens and the erection of the
extensive machlucry are under the direction of Mr.
David Donald, of Williamsburg, N. Y., whose repu
tation as an ovea builder extends throughout the
Eastern, Middle and Western States. There will be
five coal ovens, with inside furnaces, each oven
measuring iu the clear 13 feet by 11. The power Is
one tiftecu-horse power engine, with tubular boiler,
driving two cutting machines, breakers, rollers, etc.
All parts of the machinery, as well as the ovens, are
of the latest and most Improved style. The machin
ery, oven fronts, etc., arc from the celebrated estab
lishment of Mr. John McColum, New York.
Every description of biscuits and crackers manu
factured at the North will be turned out at this ex
tensive factory, and as soon as the railways are
again opened oar friends iu the country can receive
theirsupplics from Savannah, and be'sure that they
are fresh and made of good material.
The steam bakery will be able to manufacture
daily into biscuit and crackers over one hundred bar-
Pels of flour.
To Whom it May Concern.—For the benefit of
our depleted Treasury and the information of aspi
rants lor office, we give the following tofllciftl) an
-noußcement regarding the glfta to be dispensed by
our worthy Mayor and Aldermen :
The election forcity officers by the Board of Aider
men wm take place at the first regular meetingiln
■January, which will be on Wednesday. January 10.
'•'lie election for Harbor Master will take place ac
cording to Ordinance on the first Monday In January,
'Deiiig; the Ist inst.
The thousand and one applicants for offices In
Sift of the municipal authority, should take due no
tice aud hand in their applications to the Clerk of
Council, not furgetting the usual Ice, ft, which, as
ou > Iriond Stewart says, is "actually necessary.”
The Weather.(■■Tha, clear, dry and spring-like
season Os the last mouth! which has been remarked
upon hy \ lsiuirs froth abroad as a most singular
phenomena at the threshold of winter, was succeed
ed yesterday morning and during (he day hy a sue
•'l’sslou of clammy domls, which towards evening
be' sine heavily charged with electricity, and pre.
clpltaled the raiu In torrents that threatened to rentier
ton streets quite Impassible for pedestrians. In the
opinion of this uuusual atm'us
phene demonstration denotes the near approach of
cold weather, u change uotoj all undesirable In view
of the tact Hint It will operate as au antidote to the
different types or fever that were beeouilug quite
prevalent throughout the city.
the Theatre—Me. Hamilton's Munfit,—Owing
seventy Ol Ibe weather, the benefit of Mr
Osihiiion, which wee to have taken tdm » laet even
“**■ *• poei poued MMU te-HMiruw, iWedaesdayi
bight. Tbleevuuiug la preaebted Bui wet 'a " filch#
lieu," aa prevbiualjr sntouuied. In wbleb Mr, Uew
“PP'»u in a favorite uknrmitar. Turnon uw
‘Veiling occurs ibe bcmfi of Mr Uemlltou when be
** b* , *obsie '• Haiti bn" we Ifuet, to e ruU boaee
4 0* as vu« Lias r Moors - Mead ibe ueuwwMl
•etouw eMegggnf inibm# Teybw’e Mossed on
!“•*•* ae e itmad/ bo i»»*y routs, lb anutbei **»■
““ TMietoeol la toebbleclured bf IMHM t Tis
*"* * ‘Pi*.Mr Mco iseebi lobe smihoMm Id any
**'•' Hoof iwtiibg iw n»de now lb nee
ra /TbeToouar, Dianucr or Savannah, s«kj*zla*t
A. C. Bardwell, Assistant CouaisaioNiß hi
EEAC OF KkFUUEBa, FRNEDMIN AND ABaNDONBI*
Savannah, Decemberj sib. last.
Christopher Lee (Pollcel vs. Sandy small (colored).
Assault and battery wltb loaded weapons. The
prisoner was lound guilty and fined m the sum of
Wm. Golding (colored|, vs. Mr. Robs. Recovery of
a horse. Decision for complainant. Defendant or
dered to return property and pay costs.
Mr. Soiomuuoniiz vs. Andrew Law (colored;.
Recovery of a mule. Decision for dsfendant.
T. Holland vs. John Black (colored).. Larceny on
the night of liec. 6tli, 1 sdi. convicted of simple
larceny. Darnges awarded in the sum of ten dollars.
Peualty five dollars or five days imprisonment
Chaa. Michael vs. John Black (colored). Larceny
on the night oi Dec. Dth, 1865. Convicted of simple
larceny. Damages awarded lu the sum of fifteen
dollars. Penalty ten dollars or ten days Imprisonment.
City of bavaimah vs. George Wilson and Dick Wil
liamson (both eelored). Disorderly conduct and
fighting In the streets. 6 o'clock F. M., Dec. 7th,
1805. Found guilty, and fined each two dollars and
City of Savunuaii vs. C. E'luney (colored). Druukeu
neas—using abusive language to a Policeman while
in the discharge of his duty, Bee. Ith, lss». The ac
cused was found guilty, and ordered to soliiary con
finement in Chatham counly Jail for three days.
Savannah, Dec. 11, 1865.
John Hamilton (colored) vs. Alex. Saddler (white)
—Maltreatment, threats, etc ; plea, not guilty. The
defendant was acquitted, aud complainant ordered
to pay costa.
United Slates vs. Harry Jones (colored)—Breaking
into and stealing from the store or Einstein A Kck
man. Case continued until 2p. m. Dec. 12th.
Thos. L. Harrison (white) vs. csesar Norman (col
ored) —Insult anil use of abusive language. Case
continued until Dec. 12th.
River News..—The steamer Scorpio arrived last
evening from Augusta, .We' are Indebted to her
Purser for the following report:
Saturday, Dec. 11th, 8 A. M., passed steamer Pal
con at Sand Bar Ferry, bouud down ; 11 >4 a. in.
passed steamer O. F. Potter ut Eagle Point, bound
up; 12 m. passed steamer Gibbons atthe Leesburg;
12\ a. in. passed steamer Gen. Berry at Mcßeau*
Beach, bound up. Monduy, 5J4 a. m. passed steamer
Robt. Lehr at Illrebman's Lake; 7a. m. passed
steamer Voluuteer at Miller's Lake, bound up ; 10,H
s. m. passed steamer R. li. May at Hudson’s Ferry ;
12 m. passed steamer Union at Hog Nese :2 p.m.
passed steamer P. B. Goodsell at Kbenezer.
Akotbbr .School Ke-ofbned.—it will be seen by
reference to our advertising columns, that Mr. R. M.
Johnson has re opened his popular school for hoys,
in Sparta, Ga. We take pleasure lu stating that Mr.
Jjjias made au enviable reputation us au expecleuced
aud successtul Instructor of youth iu all the branobes
he professes to leach. Beiug a geutleman of high
character and superior educational attainments, ho
will doubtless render satisfaction to all who may
confide tbeir children to bis discipline and instruc
The Faik.—The public will bear lu mind that the
Fair at Fireman’s Hall commences this (Tuesday)
eveulug at 7 o’clock, and remains open du
ring Wednesday aud_ Thursday, day aud night. An
evenlog of pleasant entertainment and refreshment <
of every seasonable variety arc promised by the
ladles, having the lienevoleet enterprise in charge.
f Regular Weekly Line to Doctoktown.—The
enterprising house of P.rwlu A Hardee have com
pleted arrangements to establish regular weekly
ooramuulcation*betweeu Doctortown and this city
The steamer “Two Boys’’ has been put upon this
route, and the owners assures the public that no es
fori will be spared to make her an accommodation
boat for the merchants of Savannah and the mer
chauts and planters along the line of the Atlantic at 4
Gulf R. R.
Miniature Almnuac—This Day.
Sun rises 6 52 Moon rises 1 44
Sun sets 4 iff | High water 3 01
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Monday, Dec. 11, 1865.
Steamer Two Boys, Daniels, Doctortown—Erwin <f
Steamer Scorpio, Rogers, Augusta—Kelu A C'o.
Brig Olive Francis, Small, New York—C L Colby
Per steamer Scorpio, from Augusta—243 bales
cotton, e cases mdse.
Per brig Olive Francis, for New York—s9l bales
upland cotton. 1 do sea Island do, 305 bbls rosin,
6,000 cane reeds.
Per steamer Scorpio, from Augusta—P Quinn and
Per steamer Scorpio, from Augusta—R Habersham
& Son, Rein A Cos, J W Anderson A Son, R A Cauu,
p Quinn, J R Wilder.
LIST OF VESSEL’S IN THE PORT OF
Savannah, Dec. 12, 1865.
phase, Uoatb, discharging—Hunter t Gammcll.
Mont Blanc, Donnell, 700, loading, Liverpool—La
Roche, Gatlen A Cackles.
Virginia, Weeks, 1,044, loading at Lamar’s Press,
for Liverpool—C L Colby A Cos.
Thorwalsun, (Br) Bromage, discharging—Reid A
Favorite, (Br) Spain, discharging—E A Soullard.
Herald, Calvert, discharging—c Green A Sou.
Mozart, (Br) Smith, tons, discharging—T R A
J G Mills.
Craeso, (Br) tons, discharging—Robert I
*7 A Platiuius, Pink ham, discharging—C L Colby
Colonist, (Br) Taylor, discharging—Chas Green A
County ofPicton, (Br) McKenzie, discharging—C
Green A Sou.
Tcphyniue Boston, discharging—Reid A Stewart.
Atlantic, Wark, 101 tons, discharging—B, Wylly A
Olive Francis, Small, loading. New York—Charles
L Colby A Cos.
R C Wright, Uugg, discharging—R Habersham A
Biackflsh, Pickett, loading lor N Y with timber—
Laßoche A Johnson.
Ella, Brown, discharging—Bell, Wylly A Christian.
John W Luvitt, Billiot, waning—Youge A Nixon.
Fannie, Chapman. 156 tons, waiting—C'lias L Colby
Daniel Boone, waiting repairs.
John M Broomall. Douglass, loading. New York—
Chas L Colby A Cos.
Pearl, (Br) Rlordou, discharging—Bel), Wylly A
P S Smith, Stuart, loading, Boston—Richardson A
Waller Raleigh, discharging—Hunter A Gammell.
By Bull, Wylly k ChrisUiin.
Will l>« sold THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, at the office.
No. 2 Harris' Block (next to Messrs. Audrew Low
ACo y for account of Underwi Iters aud sll con
TEN BOXES AND FIVE TRUNKS,
Boots and Shoes
Ladles' aud Children's Balmorals
At , At'
Da iasg »4 UN Um for sea of Itapoileltea, sad sold
under luspuilluu of Ibe Purl Wardens dU
* A I All IlOh
MAIsT AN!) MYttUl*.
MV NBlsl., WVM.V * ClllllnTlAM>
sevbe MnspeUllU AM
Every Tuesday, Thursday and
AT THE STORE UN BROUGHTUN STREET,
Third door from Bail,
Where will be offered a general aaaoriment of Dry
lieods, Boole end Shoes, Hosiery, Uuder-clothiog.
Books, Yankee Notions, Jewelry, Ac , Ac , at the pur
chasePe own prices. #
Terms cash ; sales positive. dl*3o
BY YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE &
AT PRIVATE SALE.
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
Small Lots of Land.
There having beuu to many applications for Small
Tract* of Land for location, the owner of the above
Land, foelrng a disposition to met t this demand, lias
placed in the market, for a tew days. Lots of Five
Acres, or more, pari cleared, on the Augusta Road, op
posite to the three mile stone, also on the White Bluff
Hood, opposite to the two mile stone. ts uio
OFFICE DEPT QUARTERMASTER. >
Savannah, Ga„ Dec. 5, 1865.)
Will he sold at public auction, at the Government
Corral, at Savannah, Ga., on the 14th day of Decem
ber, 1865, about
ONE HUNDRED HEAD OF GOVERNMENT
Sales to continue from day to day until concluded.
Terms cash, In United States curreucy.
E. B. CARLING,
d7-td Bvt Lt. Col. A. Q. M. U. S. A.
York, Williams, Mclntire
Will sell on
TUESDAY NEXT, 12th INST.,
At 10 o'clock a. m„
At the Store Corner of Bay and Bull
A LARGE STOCK OF
Os all kinds and grades.
&c., &c., &c.
The attention of Dealers is respectfully called to
this stock, as It is large und to b« sold only in lots.
Sold by order of the Special Agent of Underwriters
ol New York city.
tw Sale positive; farms cash.
BY YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE &
POST AND DEPOT, Q. M. OFFICE, 1
Savannah, Ga., Dec. 11, 1865. )
WILL he sold at public auction In tilts cltv on the
13th Inst, at 10 o’clock a. m., the Saw Mill Building
on Eastern wharf, formerly occupied by the Govern
Terms cash In U. 8. currency, the building to be
removed within five days after sale.
E. B. CABLING,
dll-2 Bvt. Lt. Col. A. Q. M.
York, Williams* Mclntire
WUI sell THIS DAY, at 9)4 o’clock, at store south
east corner of Bay and Barnard streets :
4 bbls Crushed and Granulated Sngar
5 boxes Self-raising Flour
Damaged on board steamer from New York, and
sold for account of Undei writers and all concerned.
By Bell, Wylly & (’liristian.
Tomorrow, WEDNESDAY, at 12 o’clock, in the Al
ley-way of Stoddard’s! lower brick building, will be
Bold for account of Underwriter# and aU concerned:
80 bales Cotton
Damaged (on board Howard’s fiat on her passage
from Doctortown, and sold under inspection of Port
Terms cash. dl*
BY BELL, WYLLY & 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 the city of S .vannah known
as Montmollinvifle, on the south side of the Ceutrnl
Sold by order of the Superior Court of Chatham
counly for the benefit ol the heirs and erditors of the
estate of the late John S. Montmollin, deceased.
The property preseuts a rare opportunity for capi
talists to make* profitable investment
By Bull, Wylly It Christian.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
45 acres of flue Garden Land, within the limits of the
city. The ituprovementsconsistsora first class cottage
dwelling, gothic style, conlainingsix large looms, with
marble mantel piece, dining room, kitchen, library room
furnished with ehelvesmnd glass doors. Outbuildings
consists of farmhouse, containing seven rooms, barn,
carriage house aud stables. Purcbn er can have the re
fusal of corn, fodder, hay, horses, mules, buggies aud
2430 acres r.t heavily timbered land, situated twenty
(20) mil. s from the city, between tire Ogeechee and
C'anoochee Roads. An excellent location for a mill, or
an A. No. 1 turpentine plantation. 100 acres of the
above cleared. Improvements consists of two small
dwelling houses, with stables, cribs, Ac. tf-u!8
AT PRIVATE SALE.
By Ben, Wylly t Christian.
100 acres of Land, situated on the Vernon river,
about nine mllei from this city. The improvements
constat of dwelling, barn, stables, and other neces
An abundance of fish, oysters, shrimp, Ac., con
Price ofproperty, $2,000. n2B-tf
By 8011, Wylly k Christian.
On WEDNESDAY ii.it, December 13, at 11 o'clock,
at the Lower Hydraulic Cotton Press, will be sold
far account of all concerned:
About 50 bushels damaged Lime, In bulk
About 16 bushels air slacked Lime, do
About 450 bbls Lime, In bulk.
Conditions at sale. dll
Administrator’s Male Postponed. ~~
BY BLUN & MEYER.
Tniß DAY, at 10 o’clock, la (foot of store, will lie
Bv permission of lb* Honnrabl* Court of Ordinary
of chat hum county, will b* sold, ou Tuesday. Dec.
isih, ut 11 o'clock, ou the premises, corner ol Bryan
sod AUD Street*, all Ills perishable property ot
Ahreud Coulee deceased, coneistmg or an assorted
Slock of Groceries. Ac., aud articles of Furniture.
dtl-td Administrator ml aol.
■r is .ns■ .Hi m -»
BY BLUN * MEY Kit
On THUM4IIAY, list lust., *1 lu o'clock, s m . will
be told In lioai ol dure, by au older leaucd bow Ike
lion tJoait of ordinary w. ittetkew • study
All ibe House lurid furbßkM bsiotwlng lo the eetaie
nJUrIMk. ojK«SSS»W, „«o
foot*Witlup ofUksitsfii Sent# l”i hi*# iTEdI
QIBRVAUk A4W I
■s♦»>*>! 0M *• I® • etfl*i»»*»
Auction Sal* ®f Provisions,
Hams, Bacon, &c-
Noticeis called in Oroceis. Praetslou dealers, and
slap Chandlers at ikis action.
Ou WF.DNE3DAY, 13th Inst., will lie sold at the store
of Ecuneib, MvLea A Cos , 202 Bsv street, at lOo’clock
4 hbds veor choice rhln Ba- ou Shies
3 bbls celebrated Washiugtou Hums, white su
11 l.bls very choice N. Y. City cured Hams.
» do do do do Shoulders.
19 flrkius leal iArd, and 22 tubs Lard
16 do Butter, choice
2 hhds smoked Shoulders
2 do do Bacou
1 do do Hams
11 tes breakfast liacon, choice
10 bids Rump Pork
10 do Prime Pork
14 do Mess Ueei. suitable lor ship's store,
BLUN 4 MEYER.
By T. J. Walsh.
Ou TUKBDAY. January. 6th. 1666. will be sold at the
Court House, iu tkt; city of Savannah, at 11 o'clock:
The Eastuni Half of Lot No. 11 Jackson Ward, (fee
simple, with Improvements), corner of WhiUkur
and Hull street* The improvement* are a two-story
brick dwelling, nine rooms, with water in the yard
aud gaa through the house ; brick stable. Both build
ings nave slate roofs.
Bold by permission of the Ordinary of ( hatham
county, for a division among the heirs.
Tu-rins cash, purchaser paying for tirlefc. it 24
IN pursuance of an order of the Court of Ordinary
of Chatham county, will be sold oil thn dist Tues
day in February next, at the Court House door. Id
the city of Savannah,, during the usual hours of sale,
all the undivided half interest of James Bilbo, late
deceased, iu the Shandy Hall farm, situated near the
city of Savannah on the Thunderbolt road ; said farm
containing iu all flfiy acres, more or less.
The said half interest sold for the puipose of di
vision JOHN O. FERRILL,
\ITILL be sold at the Arecilla Plantation of E. R.
m Young, late of Toornas county, deceased,
three miles from Boston, No. 18 Atlantic Jr Gulf Rail
road, on Friday, 16th December next, all the perish
able property beloi ging on said plantation, consisting
for the most part a.*, follows; About 20 Mules and
Horses, 140 Fat Hogs, 200 Stock Hogs, 90 head Cattle,
5,000 BUSHELS Oi CORN,
20 or 30 stacks Fodder. 2 or 3 Wagons, Sugar Mill, a
lurgu supply of Plantation Utensils, and many other
Atthe same time and place I will rent the Planta
tion (one of the largest and best in the countyj for
the year 1866.
There is about
1,100 ACRES OF OPEN LAND
on the place, and in fine condition for another crop—
corn or cotton. 1). 8. BRANDON,
Hart & Cos.,
CHARLESTON, 8. C„
OFFER FOR SALE AT THEIR OLD STAND,
Corner King anil Market Streets,
GUNS, REVOLVERS, SHOT & POWDER
“HOES" CIRCULAR SAWS. 8 TO 60
BAR IRON AND STEEL
METALS OF ALL KINDS
TIN AND WOODWARE
HOLLOW WARE OF ALL KINDS
TURPENTINE AND COOPERS' TOOLS
BRASS AND IRON WIRE CLOTH
BOLTING CLOTH (ANCHOR BRAND)
MILL ROCKS (18 TO 40 'iNCHf
SILVER PLATED GOODS
HUBBB, SPOKES, AXES, SPRINGS,
A LARGE VARIETY OF OTHER GOODS, AT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
■■.JJLi—E* LUL. . Ji—i! m ~ I
GEORGIA— CHATHAM COUNTY.-To all whom it
whereas Jus. B. Mclntosh will apply at the Court of
Ordinary for Letters of Admini.tration on the estate
ol Samuel M. bond, late of aaid county, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all whom
it may concern, io he aud appear befd|| said Court to
make objection (if any they have) on or before the
second Monday in January next.otherwise said letters
will be granted.
SVitnese my hand and official signature, tills SI h day
of December, 1565. D. A. O’BYRNE,
STATE OF GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY.-To
all whom it may concern:
Whereas, Robert M. Stiles will apply at the Court
ol Ordinary lor Letters of Administration cum testa
mento unnexo on the estate of Klixa Mai’kay, late of
said county deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all whom
it may concern, to bo and appear before said court to
make objection (if ally they have) on or before tile
second Monday in January next, oihcrwtaesuid letters
will be granted.
Witness, my hand and official signature, this 81 h
day of December, 1865.
dec9 DOMINICK A. O'BYRNE, o. o. o.
OTATG OF GEORGIA—CHATHAM .COUNTY—To
all whom it may concern :
Whereas, Kale M. itnody will apply at the Court
of Ordinary for Let ere of Adiululsiration on Ihe es
tate of 'Thomas Brlody, late of said county, de
These are, therefore, to cite and admonlili all whom
it raav concern, to 8c and appear iielbre said Court to
make'objection (if any they have) ou or before the
second Monday in January next, otherwise said let
ters will be grunted.
Witness my hand anil official signature tills 4th day
of December, 1865
d6 D. A. O’BYRNE, O. C. C.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ~
TW<> month's after date,appllcatlop will be made to
the Court of Ordinary of Chatham county for
leave to sell ihc real estate of Mrs Jane Barnett, de
ceased, for the benefit of the heirs aud creditor*.
JAMES L. HAUPT,
dl-law2m • Administrator.
STATE OF GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY —To
ull whom lt may concern:
Whereae, Henry Bryan wIJ apply at the Court
ol Ordiuary fur Leltera of Administration ou the es
tate of Thos. J. Htt, late of said county, deceased:
'These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
whom it may concern, to be and appear before aaid
Court to make objection (if any they have; ou or be
fore the second Monday In January next, otherwise
said letters will be granted.
Witness my hand and official signature, this 27th
day of November, 1865.
D A. O'BYRNE,
44 Ordinary Chatham county.
/ VBuRUIA—tiULLOCII COUNTY.—To all whom It
V T may concern:
Whereae, Muigarct Jones will appiy at the Court "f
Ordinary of Bnlloch county for Letter* of Adminis
tration ou the ostate of Buckner 11. Jones, deceased.
These are to cite and admonish all and slnpnlnr the
Kindred and creditors of said deceased to file their ob
jection* with aaid Court sis any they have) on or before
the second Monday in January next, otherwise said
Lettera will be granted.
Witness my baud, officially, this 20th day of Novem
ber, iB6O. DAVID BEASLEY. Sen.,
n2B lawlm Ordinary.
Cy KORGIA—BULLOCH COUNTY.—To all whom it
Jf may concern i
Whereas, Bilsalxth Aycock will apply at tha Court
of Urritnaryof Bulloch courtly (or lonian of Admtnia-
Iratlon on Rie estate"f William Ayoock, deceased
These are to clto aud admonlab all and alngular the
kindred and croditoie of said de< eased, to file their ob
jectiuoa with aaid Court (if any they have) on or belbra
the aecoud Monday in January next, ouisrwlsa aaid
lettera will he granted.
Witness my baud, officially, this Mtb dev of Nuvem
her, INI. DAVID BKABLEY, asm,
nth lew lin Ordinary -
/^■OEIIA— BULLOCH COUNTY -To all whom It
eScsSSi essn&SL as. a g
A lust#*. «
dl tee»•’ LBWI4T I'UBWII,4*hi«,
PIERCE^S KEHAN, ~
VVMolcsale and Ketnll Deffilrr
In K.ne Ulocertea, Boots end Shoes, Clothing, For
eigu end Domestic WUtes, Liquors and Segals.
A so, Skelian'a Celebrated
GULDEN ALB AND CHAMPAGNE CIDER,
in bottle and In wood.
London aud Dublin Brown Stout, Scotch end Eng.
llsh Alee, Ae.
Liberal deductions made to the trade.
176 BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH,
dll-tf and 62 Liberty street, N. Y.
161 Broughton Street,
Ys the place for good tod cheap Oroceries. Give
1 him n call; he offen for sale the following articles:
2< 0 bbls Jfrniily Flour
200 do Pinkeye and Peach Blow Potatoes
1000 Um choice iiunH, Shoulder* aud Side*
100 sacks Liverpool Salt
Black aud Green Teas
crushed. Clarified and Brown Sugar#
Old Java. Rio aud Ground Coffee
Spices of all kinds
Sardines, Preserve#, Citrou, &c
Uecki r's Self Ristug Flour
Colgate’s Family Soap
English Dairy Cheese
Just leceived aud for sale. Give me a call. d9 0
KIRLIN, BRO. & BURKE,
WHOLESALE DEALKHB IN
ALES, WH AND LIQUORS,
COHNICK WIIITAKKU STKKET AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED Jt DELIVERED.
Randell & Cos.
Southwest corner of Bay and Barnard Sts.,
ARE IN RECEIPT OF _
60 barrels Self-raising Flour
20 barrel* Extra Syrup
20 barrels Cider Vinegar
60 caddies Golden Magnet Tobacco
60 barrels Sugar Crackers
20 barrels Boston do
20 boxes pure ground Java Coffee
20 d<y do Rio do
20 bbls Extra C Sngar
60 boxes Lemon Biscuit
H. G. RUWE & CO.,
GROCERIES S LIQUORS,
WINES AND SEGARH,
Corner Bryan and St. Julian and
(FRONTING PPLASKI HOl'lEj
OT* Agents for ,
ALE AND LAGER.
Constantly on baud, an assortment of
()Ert BARRELS Baltimore City Mills. “Standard
fyOU Extra." In prime shipplug order
6,000 prfm. “Prineipo" Segals
Received ex steamer North Point, and for sale low
hy SORREL BROTHERS,
dll-3 82 Bay street.
FINE OLD BRANDY, WINES, in.
Peach Valley Whiskey, Maple Valley Whiskey, Pike's
Afuguolia, Spencer's Old Rye, aud Pine
FOR SALK BY
C. W. THOMRS ON,
At the Old Stand,
111 BAY STREET,
(Herald Buildings j
Alsop's Ale, Mars' Ale, Apples. Yotatocs, Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider aud Cider Vinegar.
TARES the liberty of informing the public generally
that he hasjuttopeued, and will always keep on
baud a full supply «f
Fresh Family Groceries,
of all descriptions aud of the be#t quality, which he
offei 8 for sate at reasonable rale#. Corner Jones and
Barnard streets, at Ehrlich’s old stand. nlB-lm
f DOMESTIC jpQii
I ALES WINES fIoLtyUMSSUMM
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes,
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
LANDING from steamship Cumbria the following
Sponge Butter Biscuit
Cnt Butter Biscuit
18 hhds Smoked Shoulders
17 do do do
26 kegs Leaf Lard
. 26 kegs Extra Butter
Crushed, Pulverised B and Extra C Sugars
36 boxes New Bunch Raisins
20 half do do
160 bbls Winter Apples
64 boxes Adamantine Caudles
For sale low by
RUE. WHITNEY A CO.,
d7-6 No. 4 Harris Block, Bay St.
PLANTERS BANK. I
Savannah. Ga., 26th Nov., 1866. |
An election for Directors, to manage the affairs o
this Hank for one year, will be held at the Bank
ing House In this city, ou Monday, the Ist day o
THOS. H. HARDEN.
ulVlawtd Acting Caeblur.
Gan, HRoryls* y,
M* UWMN MffiGritiM4M|»WeiU
FOR NEW YORK
For freight, apply to
CHARLES L. COLBY A CO„
Corner Aberborn and Bay ats.
FOR NEW YORK.
Atlantia Mail Htuamship
The new and foet side-wheel Btean
3AN JACINTO, Loveland, mos
jaßNtJNWfcter. will toll as above, on
Saturday, Dec. 16th, at o’clock.
Far freight nr passage, having unsurpassed accom
modations, apply to
B. B. HARDEE,
No. 12 Stoddard’s Range.
GARRISON A ALLEN, Agents,
<lll No. 8, Bowling Green, N. Y.
REDUCTION OF PABBAGE RATES I
The new and splendid steamship CHASE, Rcath,
Commander, will laave for thq above port on her
Wednstday, Dec. 13, at 3 o’clock p. m.
For freight or passage, at redneed rates, apply to
dll HUNTER A GAMMELL.
TOUCHING AT HILTON HEAD
The elegant steamer
Capt. E. B, Sprague, having had large additions to
her cabin accommodations, and been placed perma
nently on tbls route, will leave for the above port on
Tuesday morning, 18th December, at Bo'clock
For freight or paeaage, having anpertor accommo
dations. apply on bosrd ut tho Florida Steam Packet
Wharf, or to CLAGUORN A CUNNINGHAM,
VIA BRUNSWICK, ST. MARYS’ AND
Is now recetvln freight at the old Florida steamboat
wharf foot of West Broad street, and will laave as
Wednesday, 13tk last., at Ua. in. .
This boat is in very excellent order, aud baa au
pertor state room accommodation# for paaaengers.
For freight or passage, apply to
F. M. MYRKLL, Agt.
dll Harria' Buildings, Bay street.
For Palatka, Fla.,
Via Darlea, Brunswick, Mt. Mary’s, Fer
nand In a, Jacksonville aud Picolata.
Oonnevling with steamer Flora Tempt* Aw Elnp’s
Ferry, Oentervillage, anti al! landings on
the Al. Marys Riser.
nPHR new and fast steamer FOUNTAIN, Capt G.
A W. Costner, will leave as above ou TUESDAY,
the 13th lust., at 10 o’clock a. m.
For freight or passage, appla on board, at Padel
ford’s wharf, uear white's Central Cotton Press, or to
M. A. COHEN, Agent.
Daring tbe abseuae of the boat all goods will lie re
ceived at the warehouse on tha wharf, by Mr. W. R.
Freight payable ou wharf.
Shippers will furnish weights and measurement of
VIA FERNANDINA AND JACKSON
Tha new, exceedingly fast and splendid Steamer
Capt. E. 8. Talbot,
WUI leave Telfair’s W.barf, as above,
Krery Wednesday, at 4 p. aa.
For freight or passage apply to
R. W. ADAMS, or
J. S. CARUTHERS,
Hodgson’s Range, next so Bell, Wylly A
dll Christian, Bay street.
K. H. MAY,
Will have dispatch for the above place. Goods receiv
ed at all time and stored tn fire proof warehouse, foot
of Lincoln street, free of cast.
J. M. K INCH LEY, AgeuA
Office In Clsgborn A Cunningham's.
The May arrived In Aagnita from Savannah on last
Friday with her fall freight. ts oct9
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS.
The llght-drangM steamer
Capt. J. H. MORGAN,
WUI have qnlek despatch as above.
This boat I* uew, has large carry log capacity, is
exceedingly light draught, can navigate the river at
lm lowest stage, and offers superior inducements to
Having secured a large brick warehouse on the old
Florida steamboat wharf, toot of Went Broad street. 1
am prepared lo receive freight for her, and will store
same aud cover with Insurance free of coat.
For freight, apply to
F. M. MYRELL.
dli Harris’ Building, Bay street.
~ Regular W««kty Steamer
The New Don Steamer
WM. G. GIBBONS,
Capt. T. N. Puiltot,
Having superior accommodation far Freight and
Passengers, will ply regularly between the above
Leaving Haeaaaa(i every Saturday Morulng, at 9
Leaving Augusta twry Wedassday Mur mag, at 1
Laying at MalAsw e Blu* every Waduuwlay Might
U is the desire or ta* Agasis of the UittOM to make
dhaVu^lf^AsKsUM? aadi ’tb.'lhaid*'.
along the Mat of the riwr. and with ttlsoUsct In vtaw,
»*N I. Bovumiav, Agent Jfwhair* **!»«** _
VIA BRUNSWICK, ST. MART’S, FER
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE AND
The uew and fast sailing Steamer
Capt. N. King,
Having been placed permanently upon this route will
leave for tbe above place# on '
Every Thursday Morning, at 10o’clock.
„™ o l , r or paeaage, having splendid cabin ac-
TOmmodation, apply on board, at the Florida Steam
Packet wharf, or to
CLAGHORN A CUNNINGHAM,
The fine Steamer
Will leave for Doctortown on her regular day,
Tuesday Dec. W, at 7 o’clock a. m.
For freight or passage, having superior iccommo
•dations, apply to
•' CHAS. L. COLBY A CO„
dll-2 Corner Bay and Abercom eererte’
Change of Lay.
UNITED STATES JMLAIL LINE
VIA DARIEN, BRUNSWICK, ST. MA
RYS, FERNANDINA, JACKSON
VILLE AND PICOLATA.
The well known steamer formerly the St. Johns, but
Capt. O. K INGRAHAM,
Will leave the wharf foot of West Broad street
EVERY SATURDAY MORNING; at 10 o'clock pre
cisely for the above Landings.
For freight or passage, apply on board or to
L. 8. BENNETT, Agent,
Corner Weat Broad and Bay atreeta,
Aenrra—Darien. A. A. DeLorme.
Jacksonville. J. 8 Samis A Cos.
Palatka, H. R. Teasdale.
Freight payable by shippers. dl2
REGULAR WEEKLY STEAMER
Savannah & Doctortown,
Connecting regularly and punctually with the At
lantic and Oolf R. R.
The new, light-draught, iron side-wheel steamer
(Mate boat to -the William G. Gibbons,)
Capt. THOMAS DANIELS,
Having superior accommodation for freight and
passengers equal to any of the ocean ataamers, will
ply regularly between the above points,
'Leaving SAVANNAH every TUESDAY MORNING
DAT MOBWING ing UOCTO “ TOWN eTCr V THUR#
It is the desire of the owner* of the Two Boys to
make her an accommodation boat for the merchants
of Savannah and the merchant* aud planters along
the line of the A. A O. R. R., anti! the completion of
that road. and with this object in view, no effort will
he spared on the pari of her owners, agents and of
ficers, to meet the wants of tbe freighting and travel
Freight etored in our warehouse on Dillon's wharf
free of charge ERWIN A HARDEE.
D. J a mi s Dillon, Ag’t at Doctortown. dt2-2w
S T ETHvT
FOR BALTIMORE. *
The magnificent iron aide-wheel Steamship
Will sail for Baltimore on
Satnrday, Dee. 16, at o’clock.
The accommodation* for passengers on board this
“ r »re«uperb, and travellers desirous of visiting
New York ana other Northern cities, will save two
hundred miles of sea travel and get throne* tick**
lor freight or passage apply to
.... LaHOCHK £ WEST, Agents.
<m ~* Jones' Block.
HAWKINSVILLE AND MACON.
Will leave as above with despatch. For freight,
which will be received at the Cpper Hydraulic Press
Yard, and covered by insurance until placed on board
the steamer, apply to
a9H BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO
Rio De Janeiro.
St. Thomas, Para, Pernambuco and Bahia
„ The United States and Brasil Mall
?te%mshlp Company will dispatch
Z&MMW regularly, r
™T®s*®" Oa the Both of every month,
A NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP,
To Leave at 3 o’clock, p. m.,
From Pier 43, North River.
All lettera have to paas through the Post Offlce.
An experienced Surgeon will be in attendance on
_ WXSS'SAX. '
Tbe A No. 1 Ship MONT BLANC la now
rapidly loading, at White's Pres*. For bal-
of freight (having room only for a lew
hundred bales) luaniro of
„ . LaBOCHF, tJADEN £ UNCKLEB,
TVs new list clssscHppsr *Wp
w Eua, cmsssMss.
I* sow losdm* rapidly St Lowtt PVSSS, IM havlug
large eeigag<HM.MwlU kavsgstek Sssgalrg
pm height or pssasg* flak*, at kwaat nlag) agptr
|g <‘MA. L IJULMY £CU ,
orts* smmn AWrsMaandMkfhto
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