Ofpailurr ul Mr>m>lil|it aid Steamer*.
* TOR NEW YORK.
Steamship Cliarn, Wedatbd.y, December 18th, at 3
Snamtbip San Jacinto. Saturday, December M, at
Steamship Richmond. Saturday, December 16, at
Steamer James P. Christopher, Thursday evening,
at G o’clock.
Steamer Wm. Cl. Gibbons, every Saturday morning
at 9 a.m.
. FOR CHARLESTON’.
Steamer City Point, every Saturday morning, at 9
Steamer Orient, every Tuesday morning, at 7
Steamer Two Boys, every Thursday morning, at 3
Steamer Gen. Shepley, every Sunday morning,
at 7 o’clock.
Steamer Clarion, every Thursday morning, at 7
Ste imer Two Boys, evety Tuesday morniug, at 8
Steamer Fannie, Wednesday, December 13th, *t 9
o’clock a. m.
Steamer Fountain, every Tuesday morning, at
10 o’clock. ,
Steamer City Point, every Wetlncsday afternoon,
at 4 o’clock.'
Steamer Lizzie Baker, every Thursday morning, at
Steamer St. Johns, every Saturday morning, at
Steamer Helen Getty, every Saturday morniug, at
The Rain Storm on Monday Night—Damage to
Property. —Oil' 1 of the most severe rain storms ever
experienced in Savannah visited us on Monday
night last. The streets were completely flooded
wall water and rendered almost impassable. In
consequence of the sewer leading to Savannah lllver
being tilled with sand aud the rubbish of the streets,
all that portion of Bull street between Bryan aud
State and adjacent streets was under water. At
about eleven o’clock a crevasse on a spwU scale oc
curred at the curbing or Masonic Salt, |§£g its cel
lar in a short time. The force of the torrent of water
was so greatVn to make an excavation about thirty
feet in length aud eight feet iu width, and a large
mass ot earth from the streets was washed iHto the
cellars. The stores of Masonic nail are oeupiced by
Stuart ft Cos., Halsey, Watson A Cos., and A. C. Lome
lino. Messrs. Stuart * Cos. removed all of their goods
which were of a perishable nature. Their loss will
be sligiit. Messrs. Hulsey, Watson A Cos. will lose
about fiat). Mr. Lumellno's loss is fully $1,040, he
having in his cellar a large amount ol' perishable
properly, and not having been so fortunate as his
neighbors in removing it to the upper floor. No
damage was done to wauls undermining the founda
tion of the building as the water pusaed under the
flooring of the area way which Is about four feet
above the foundation. The depth of water at pre
sent in the cellars ts estimated at four to four and a
half feet. Yesterday afternoon it had greatly reced
ed by absorption, ami by this morning it Is expected
the cellars willbe-eutirely dry.
MONTMOLLINVILLE AT AUCTION.—TiIts day at
eleven o'clock, iu front of their store, Messrs. Bell,
Wyily & Christian, will sell eighty building lots, and
two fragments of lots, upon the exstensive lot in
this city, known as Montwollinvllle. Tills properly
is bounded uti the soutlt by Jones sl£et, and the
Central Rail Road Machine 'Shop ; on the east by
Wilson street, (which street is west of West Broad),
on the west by West Boundary street,running paral
lel with"theOgechee Canal, on the south, the boun
dary of the lot is near Roberts street.
Many of tiie lots ors this property are on high
grouud and free from all noxious vapors that might
arise from the improper drainage of the Springfield
Plantation. But this Is not likely to occur. As re
gards the health of tlif3 portion* of our city lying
west of West Broad street and sqjtth of the Cential
Rail Road, It may be mentioned that only eight
deaths of actual residents have occurred in the past
three years, and that not one of them died from dis
ease contracted from the low lands (Springfield
Plantation) iu the Immediate vicinity. It is expect
ed that our workingmen and mechanics as well as
capitalists will attend the sale and avail them
selves of this apportnnity to secure homesteads to
rr. TOST COURT, nsaTBICTOFSAVAOTAH, BEFOUL CAIT-
A. c. Bardwscl, Ashiscast Commitshineu Hr
Savannah, December I2th, 1565.
United States vs. Geo. Henry. Larceny or a Spring-
Held musket, Cos, B, U7th N. Y. Vols. Found guilty
aud ordered to be luipiisoned in Cliaihum county
jail at hard labor lor twenty days.
City of Savanuah vs. C. Harrigau. Larceny of cot
ton. Case dismissed for want of jurisdiction, de
f. u.lant being a white man and Freedman not in
City of Savannah vs. July Williams and Robert
Green, (both colored.) Larceny of cotton from Bil
lon's wharf. Found guilty. The defendants beijjg
mere youths and the amount of cotton being of a
fritting value, they were discharged with a reprimand.
A Lcffler (white) vs. Henry Williams (colored.)—
Larceny, Dec. lllli, 1865. The defendant was found
guilty and sentenced to hard labor for ten days.
BEFORE HIS HONOR EDWARD C. ANDERSON, MAYOR.
Savannah, Dec. 12, IKCS.
The case of Joseph Bryan, charged with disorder
ly conduct on Hie streets was called. In consequence
of his not being properly subpomed his case was
The City of Savannah vs. Michael White, charged
with forestalling the market. It appears from the
tesliinony that Michael, who Is a man of about fifty
years of age, was desirous of becoming a merchant,
and accordingly purchased a pair of chickens for
one dollar from a countryman’s cart outside of the
railing of the market. Mike then oifered the chick
ins for sale immediately after purchasing from the
Bulloch county farmer, whereupon he was placed
upon the Information Docket. Mayor Anderson,
after a thorough investigation, found White an old
offender, and when he asked him If he had no sym
pathy fur the poor, and no scruples against reducing
the value of the currency of the United States, #e
veteran forestaller answered that he had no sympa
thies nor scruples. Mayor Anderson fiued White in
the sum of ten dollars or ten days lu the County
The City of Savannah vs. James Morris, disorderly
conduct and drunkenness In the streets. Fined $lO
Same vs. Henry BuPt, resisting an officer In the
discharge of his duty. Fined $5 and coals.
Same vs. P. Corbett, disorderly conduct on the
streets. Fiued $0 and costs.
Lakoe Salk -of Government steamers.—Op
Mouday last Brevet Lieutenant Colonel C- W. Thom
as, Chief Quartermaster, sold at Hilton Head, at
auction (Messrs York, Williams, Mclutire A Cos., of
Savannah, auctioneers,) the following named steam
the property of the Uuited Slates:
Nejly Baker, sold to J. Bishop for ss,ooo.
Si p! une, sold to J. Bishop for $270.
Oneota, sold to J. Bishop for $7,000.
Croton, sold to J. Fitzgerald for $7,000.
Bolden Gate, sold to J. Ames for SIO,OOO
Nau tastet, sold to J. Bishop for $11,600.
Macon, sold to Mr. Wormsley for S7OO. *
Relief, sold to J. Ames for $6,000. a
Rescue, sold to Mr. Wormsley for SO,OOO.
General Hunter, aide-wheel steamer sold (p Mr.
Ruler for $ >4,000.
Thu terms of the ssle was rush lu governments l
''unis. There was a allui attendance and bidding
was very slow.
' iuUtior oftui Nasbatu driiinancl.-In the
I'oluie Court yesturduy, three person* charged with
’■'dating the city ordinances by selling liquor on
last Naliiiaih day, weie unsigned M trial Ills
Runny upon igmrtnf tbs testimony, one haiged two
"iiiie punieu with u warning TM third wuu re
■lOhed loluku uitt u llruuse. Tbs policemen who
" l 'v His luforeiuglu, were utuo fiued m llte euut of
'■>• doiiuru lueucli i ue«. Iqr vlulutum of llte f'lly
licking ine above casus
I bs Tuysiuu - The beueglof Mr. Tbuo Mumll
on. will' ll was postponed Horn Monday evening M
f“'“i | ’*‘» snmmueed lor this evening, M< Matuli
"" piew lit# hie sugilied peSwlisllOM of "Mntniet” on
,ue utusanig The tb»alre going public thnnid not
* V l ** “W nnuipiwing end iniented young
"'l'**** * •<•*••* Him le $ MMM NtM WfkMM
Komb*im.-Od Sunday night Mat, Mt P O ksefe,
proprietor of the Hsiooti southeast corner of Barnard
Mreet and Bay laue, left hi* establishment at about
eight o'clock, for the purpuae of t»kmg a walk. Re
turning home a few minute* after leu o'clock, he
discovered that the Barnard street front door of hi*
saloon had been forced upeu. Mr. O'Keefe left m
the UU about forty-live dollars all of wbtcb was sto
len, together with teu'gallon* or liquor In demijohn*.
The City Store In the warehouse on Bay street be
tween Barnard and Jefferson street*, was also visited
by burglar* on tb* satuu night. The tblevea broke
the padlock on one of the doore on Bay lane. Mr.
Blair, who has charge of the City Store,. baa not as
yet missed any of the stock, yet it is believed the
thieves may have carried ofl a shoulder or a aide of
bacon. Mr. Biair had employed to watch the City
Store two private wutclmien whom he at once dis
charged lor neglect of duty.
Arrival of the San Jacinto.—The steamship San
Jacinto of the Empire Line from New York on Satur
day, arrived yesterday afternoon. The San Jacinto
was crowded with passengers, iuaiiv applicants for
passage having been turned away at New York.
She had also a large freight. The San Jacinto had
no mail, that having been sent by one of the other
steamers which left on the saute day aud which are
due this morning. We are Indebted to Purser H.
Van lngen of the Nan Jacinto for favors.
Tonsoriai.. —The hirsute public will be glad to hear
that Mr. B. Slamut, whose barbershop was the first
place of business opened after the capture us Savan
nah. and lias been in successlul operation ever since,
is rcfllttug Ids establishment. A visit ta It last night
showed tilings somewhat topsy-turvy, but the altera
tions will soon he completed; and tiie shop promises
to be one of the best 111 the country, as Mr. Stamm
promises to spare no pains in fixtures and genera)
Periodicals.—We are indebted to Messrs. Estill
St Brother far complete files of the N. Y. Herald In
advance of tile mail. We isle glad to learn that it ts
the intention of these enterprising news dealers to
keep on hand not only the latest, but all the imme
diate dates of tneN. Y. Herald during the continu
ance oi the session of Congress. We have also re
ceived from Kstill’s ilie illustrated weeklies. The
Nation and Round Table.
Rise j.s the ttiVEß—Messrs. Erwin ft Hardee re
ceived yesterday morning iron Augusta, a dispatch
stating that the Savannah River was oil the rise at
Augusta, overflowing the wharves of the city. The
steamer Amazon, with over twelve hnudred bales
of cotton, had departed for Savannah aud will prob
ably arrive fids afternoon.
Robbery of Cotton.—On Monday night last the
Eastern Wharves were visited by thieves who
carried away Lorn one of tiie Cotton Presses, abate
of upland cotton. Tiie thieves ntltempted to con
vey it up the Itfli near Lamar’s Fhutr Mill, bat flud
ing this impossible, they cut the ropes and made off
with about oue half of the cotton. We learn that a
white luau who drives u dray or wagon is implicated ■
and will forthwith be brought to justice aud severely
Underwriter’s Sack.—Messrs. Bell, Wyily A
Christian, at twelve o'clock this day, will sell, in the
alloy way of Stoddard's Lower Range of Buildings,
eighty hale* of damaged cotton. The cotton Is only
slightly damaged, not completely soaked.
Sudden Death.—Saul, au aged negro, living on
tiie premises of Mr. Wi.’kliaai, norm-east corner of
Montgomrry-st. and Bay I-and, was found dead yes*
terday morning. The deceasd was In apparent good
health on Monday night, ft Is supppused he died
from old age and general debility.
Taxes on Real Estate.-An important uotiflea
Mull to owners of real estate from the U. b. Tax Com
missioners will be ioiinfl in another column. The
roll for tills city has been completed, aud the taxes
are to be paid within sixty days, under penalty or
fine and forfeiture.
Si'eamek Fannie Lehr.—This which was
snagged and sunk ta Savannah river near Burton's
Ferry on tiie 23d ulf., was raised a few days since by
Capt. Ccucklin, of a New York wrecking firm, ami
arrived In tills city bit Monday evening last..
For Auihsta - Tfic fast steamer Jas G. Christo
pher, Capt. Moody, Is advertised to leave for Augus
tu on Thursday at 4 P.M. J. M. Kluchley Is the
Miniature Alissimv—This Day,
Sun rises....' '6 63]Moou rises 2 37
Suu sets 4 6fi|l|lgh water 3 62
PORT OF SAVANNAH-
Tuesday, Dec. 12, latio.
Steamship San Jacinto, Loveland, New York—B
Steamer Robert Lehr, Cottrell, Burton's Ferry—O
Cohen. , .
Steamer Resolute, Cannon, Hilton Head.
Steamer Kmllie. Bender. Hilton Head
Steamer H M Cool, Taylor, Darien—Rogers A Conn
' * Cleared.
Steamer Ella, Rowland. Darien—M A Cohen.
Steamer H M Cool. Taylor, Darien—M A Cohen.
Steamer Fountain, Custncr, Palatka, Fla., etc.—M
Steamer Orient, GOldwalthe, Doctortown—Chas L
Cotby A Cos.
Sieamer Two Boys, Daniels, Doctortown—Erwin dr
Steamer Helen, Reilly, Augusta—Kelli & Cos.
Brig Fannie, Chapman, Darien—C L cqlby A Cos.
Weal to Sen.
Brig Olive Francis, Small—Boston.
Per steamer H M Cool, from Darien—l7o bales up
Per steamship Sau Jacinto, from New York—B D
Baxter, 0 Apple, F W Bardwell, C M Bailey, E Com
stock, wife and infant, MrsS.l Crummer. C'apt C
Collins and child, C Carter, H R Cheney, C W Den
nis, C Erdeu, I J M Flcfschmaii and ftiTant, .1 J Fisher,
P J Flannery, Col Fraser and eervt, F H Gilbert, Mrs
A L Gilman’ L H Gomlnian, .1 W Gregory, G B llog-
Bom, MHirschfleld, \v B Johnston, T Johnson, C P
Lopez, 11 Lawrence, D Lathrop; L D Menvllte, B Mil
lon, S S Miller, T M Norwood, Mrs M Pierce, Mrs
Parkman and send, J H Park, J 0 Robinson, .1 W
Sprague, and wife, Mr Rilev, J F Stoddard, Gen W F
Smith, M C Shaw, Col H B Seott, ,1 A Skelton, Mr
Terry, .1 Walsh, P Wakefield and wife, C D Wilson,
Dr \v M Walsh, wife, child aud 2 eervts, E Wanser,
Per steamship San Jackito, front New York—Blun
<t Meyer, Adam- Ex Cu, Bryan, H A Cos, B Buford A
Cos, J S Blair A Bro, M A Coljen, D A- Lyons, J H
Gray lull, C L Gilbert, Hamden’s Ex Cos, C W Dennis,
B II Hardee. J U llogsou, J lltrschhack, Hunter A G,
Rev W H Harrison, W B Johnston, K A Burke, C P
Lopez, Lathrop & Cos, SS Miller, M s Meyer, C. G
Platen, Buggies A Aldrich, II Seydel A Bro, Van Horn
11 if U, M U Van Dyke, W M Walsh, J Walsch.
LIST UF VESSELS IN THE PORT UP
Savannah, Dec. 13,1866.
Chase, Koath, discharging—Hunter <t Gamiuell.
Sau Jacinto, Loveland, discharging—B U Hardee.
Mont Blanc, Donnell. 700, loadlug, Liverpool—La
Roche, Gaden A Unckles.
Virginia, Weeks, 1,044, loading at Lamar's Press,
for Liverpool—O L Colhy A Cos.
Thorwulaou, tßr) Rromage, discharging—Reid A
Favotite, (Br) Spain, discharging—E A Soullard.
Herald, Calvert, discharging—U Green A Son.
Mozart, (Bi t Smith, lous, discharging —T R A
J G Mills.
Craeso, (Hr) tons, loading, Liverpool—Hubt 1
Tephyulne Boston, dlsrbargliig—Reid A Stewart.
'V A Plauulus, Pmklium, discharging—C L Colby
Colonist, (Bn Taylor, discharglug-chaa Green A
Couuty of Picton, (Br) McKenzie, discharging ~C
Green A Sou.
Atlautlo, Wark, lot tuns, discharging—B, Wylly A
it Ctt right, Uugg, discharging It Haliersliam A
Uisrkfl.il, Fn kell, loading (or N V With Umbel -
l.elloehu A JollUSOli.
Elia, III'OWU, discharging—Hull, Hilly A t'hrlstiau.
John VV laivlit, tillllot, wulllug fouge * Ellon.
Daniel Boone, walling repairs.
John M Uroomall. Douglass, loading, New lurk
Chas l, Colhy a Cos,
I’wail, iHi i It lot dou, dleehergliig—Msii Wylly A
PNhmlth.Muail, loading, hosuai hh bardsuu A
WflWOf Raleigh, illflchergllig Muhter A Usmmeil
■rßlltvMflfsr be .oudeii.u sMu (he ••mg) § W
*“jfll « A fl MilitMuMfl f«J
Every Tuesday, Thursday and
AT THE STOKE ON BROUGHTON STREET,
Third door from Bull,
Where will be offered a general assortment of Dry
Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hosiery, luder-t loth lug,
Books, Yankee Notions, Jewelry, Ac , Ac., at the §nr
chaser’s own prices.
Terms cash; sales positive. dl 30
BY YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE
AT PRIVATE SALE.
By Bell, Wyily & Christian,
Small Lots of Land.
There having been to many applications for Small
Tracts of loUnd for location, the owner of the above
Land, reeling a disposition to meet this demand has
placed iu the market, for a lew days, Lois of Five
Aci cs, or more, pari cleared, ou the Augusta Road, op
posite to the three mile stone, also ou the White Bluff
Hoad, opposite to the two mile stone. tf-ul6
OFFICE DEPT QUARTERMASTER. )
Savannah, Ga., Bee. 6, 1866. j
Wilt be cold at pallir miction, at the (lovcniment
Corral, ai Savannah, Ga., on tbe 141 b day of Decem
ber, 1806, übont
ONE HUNDRED HEAD OF GOVERNMENT
Sales to continue from day to day until concluded.
Tetrae cash, iu United State* currency.
K. B. CARLING,
d7-td Bvt Lt. Col. A. Q. M. C. S. A.
BY YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE &
POST ANB DEPOT, Q. M. OFFICE, I
Savannah, Ga., Dec. 11,18t6. f
WILL lie Sold at public auction m tills cltv olt tiie
13th lust, at 14 o’clock a. in., the Saw Mill Building
on Eastern wharf, formerly occupied by the (Jovern
Terms cash In U. S. currency, the building to be
removed within five days after sale.
E. B. CARLING,
dll i Bvt. Lt. Col. A. Q. M.
By Bull, Wyily k Christian.
THIS DAY, at 10 o’clock, iu front of store, will be
4 7 lihds Bacon.
14 tes do
Sugar, Soap. Candles, Starch, Dry Goods. Ftuul
tnre, de., <*e.
A large lot of Jewelry. dl3
BY BELL, WYLLV & CHIISTIAN.
’ AT PRIVATE SALE.
The West Half of Lot No. S, Calhoun Ward, fronting
on Jones street.
Tiie improvements consist of a finely finished
Brlpk Residence containing Ten Rooms with gas
throughout, and a well of excellent water aud a fine
Force Pump. d!3-tf
By Bell, Wyily ft. Christian.
Wilt sell at auction THIS DAY, in front or afore, at
10 o’clock :
The usual aasoi tmeut of Groceries, Dry Goods, Pur
• also, *
lo casks Canvassed Hams
6 do Shoulders
6 lihds Shoulders
- ‘25 kits Mackerel
‘25 bbls Salt
. 50 boxes Starch
6000 Sweet Orange*
Terms cteh. d!3
By Bell, Wyily A Christian.
Tomorrow, WEDNESDAY, at 12 o'clock, iu The Al
ley-way of Stoddard > lower brick building, will be
sold for account of Underwriters aud all concerned
80 bales Cotton
Damaged \on board Howard’s flat on her passage
from Doctortowu, and Sold under inspection of Port
Terms cash. dl2
BY BELL, WYLLV & CHRISTIAN.
On WEDNESDAY, 13th Instant, at \\ o’clock,in front
of store will b# sold;
. 80 Building Lots, and *
2 fractions of Lots,
situated iu that portion of the city of 9 .vammh known
as MontmoUiuville, on the south side of the Central
Sold by older of the Superior Court of Chatham
county for the benefit o» the heirs and crditois of the
est Ate of the late John 9. Montmolhn, deceased.
The property presents a rare opportunity for capi
talists io make a profitable investment.
V ale positive, t erms cash, purchasers payinr for
• By Bell. Wylly S. Christ bin-
AT PRIVATE SALE.
46 acres of fine Garden Land, within the limits of the
city- The Improvements consists of a first class cottage
dwelling, gothic slyle, containing six huge rooms, wilh
marble mantel piece, dining room, kitchen, library room
furnished wilh shelves and gluasdoois. Outbuildings
consists of tarm house, containing seven rooms, burn,
carnage bouse and stables. Purcha er ran havelhere
fusal of can, fodder, bay. horses, mules, buggies and
- s Alao.
2430 acres ot heavily timbered lanA, situated twenty
(iu) niiha from the city, between the Ogeecliee and
Caboochee Hoads. An excellent loeatlon for a mill, or
an A. No. 1 turpentine plantation, luo acres of the
above cleared. Improvements consists of two small
dwelling hpuMts with stables, oiibs, Ac. tf-ulB
~ at private sale..
By BeU, Wylly A Christian.
100 acres of Land, situated on the Vernon river,
alamt -nine miles from this city, The improvements
consist of dwelling, barn, stables, aud other nercs.
An abundance of fish, oysters shrimp, Ac., con
Price, of property , $2:000. n2B-tf
LIME AT AUCTION.
By Bell, Wylly A Christian.
On WEDNESDAY urxL December 13, at 11 o'clock,
at the Lower Hydranlle Cetton Press, will be sold
for account of all concerned:
Abont 60 bushels damaged Lime, In bhlk
About 75 bushels air slacked Lime, do
About 450 bbls Lime, In bulk.
• Conditions at gale. dll *
ADMINISTRATOR’S SAL*. < ’
BY BLUN & MEYER.
On THURSDAY. 21st Inst.. *t 10 o’clock, a. m„ will
be sold In front of store, by an order Issued from the
Hon. Court of Ordinary of Chatham county -
All the Household Furniture belonging to tbe estate
of Henry Herman, deceased.
d3 GEO. QEMENDBN. Adm’r.
C ASTI L LI AN
THIS unrivalled Tonic prepared from t lie Pure
Juice or the Grape and extracts, distilled from
the Choicest Vegetable products of the South of
France, Italy and the Province of Castile (Old Spain,)
from which latter aectiou they derive their name.
A Fragrant Tonic, indispensable to Hoteln aud
Restaurants, and valuable to Families, delicate
females and children, lor all disarrangement of the
stomach, It la unrivalled. A never
faillug preventive aud Cute for Sea Slcknese. None
who travel by luud or water should bt without tbe
For Sale by
YORK, WILLIAMS, MeINTIKE A Cos.
gole Agents, Stale Georgia.
SURE (THE FOR THE UHII.LS AND
FEVER AND KINDRED DISEASES.
INQUIRE at the MORNING STAR SALOON, cor
net liay street lame and Hull street
Positive cure In one day or uo pay
J. C. KOCH,
JNu lift lift! 14mull Mfrttfti
Cot net us Wllllsui,
Mil let r,,,n **’ *' _____
In turrets *afl mass,
at idfhair* itkiiemm,
Auction Sale of Provisions,
Hams, Bacon, Ac
Notice I, called ID Grovers, Prevuuou healers, ami
Ship Chandlers at this action.
On WEDNESDAY, Utli tost., will lie sold at the store
of Kenneth. Me Lea A Cos, 'Art Bay street, at 10 o'clock
4 lihds very choice thin Bacon Sides
3 bbis celebrated Washington llama, white su
11 bills very choice N. Y. City cured Bams,
o do do do . do Shoulders,
is firkins leaf Lard, aud 3X tubs Lard
10 do Butter, choice
Y lihds smoked Shoulder,
Y do do Bacon
1 do ilo Hums
11 tes breakfast Bacon, choice
10 bbls Hump Pork
10 do Prime Pork
14 do Mess Beef, suitable for .hip’s store,
BLUN A MEYER.
By T. S. Waisli.
On TUESDAY, January, 6th, 1866, will be sold At the
Court the city of Savannah, at 11 o’clock-
Eastern Half of Lot No. 11 Jackson Ward, ffee
simple, with Improvement*;, corner of Whitaker
and Huil street*. The improvement* are a two story
brick tiwelliug. nine rooms, with water in the yard
and gas through the house : brick aUble. both build
ings have slate roots.
Hold by permission of the Ordinary of Chatham
county, fora divi.-ion among the heirs.
Terms cash, purchaser paying for tit le*. n24
IN pursuance of an order of the Court of Ordinary
of Chatham county, will be sold on thu first Tue*
day in February next, at the Court-House door, in
the city of Savannah,, during the usual hours of sale,
all the undivided half interest of James Bilbo, late
deceased, in the Hhandy Hull farm, situated neur the
city of Savannah on the Thunderbolt road ; said farm
containing In all flfey acres, more *r less
The said half interest sold for the pui pose of di
vision JOHN JJ. FERRILL,
WILL be sold at the Ardcilla Plantation of E. R.
Young, late of Tuotnas county, deceased,
three miles from Boston, No. 18 Atlantic A Gulf Rail
road, on Frld.iy, 15th December next, all the perish
able property belot ging on said plantation, consisting
for the most part a r, follows; About 20 Mules and
Horses, 140 Fat Hogs, 200 Stock Hog*, ou head Cattle,
5,000 BUSHELS 08. CORN,
20 or 30 slacks Fodder, 2 or 3 Wagons, Sugar Mill, a
large supply of Plantation Utensils, and many other
At the same time and place I will rent the Planta
tion (one of the largest and best In the county; for
the year 1860.
There is about
1,100 ACRES OF OPEN LAND
on the place, and in fine condition for another Crop
corn oreotton. 1). 8. HRANIKJN,
Bools, Shoes and Brogans.
140 Congress and 5? St. Julian Streets,
Is enabled, through his permanent hoine iu Boh
ton, to furnish Joeber* anil Dealers in this city, as
well as those in the country, with
BOOTS AND SHOES
at more reasonable rates than any other house.
■ NOW LANDING AND FOR SALe7
| Boxon, Mi ft and caddies Toliacco, which we
as W are now ofi'ei lug at prices lower than it ’can
be bought for in Northern cities.
MiI.LEU, THOMAS A CO,
Dll-tf NO. 206 Bay streset.
Brown’s sihimlokl Scales.
T T9ED by the United Stutea aud Foreign Govern
vJ meats for more than
THIR r Y YE A 119,
Adapted to any branch of business for foreign or
home markets Warranted accurate and durable.
Sales rooms No. 3 Rarcl&y-st , near Broadway. N«. Y.
■epl*, ly K. BROWN. Manufacturer.
JOHN MrBRYMAN. * B. U. WARING.
JOHN MERRYMAN & CO.,
Farmers’ and Planters’ Agency
FOR the sale of Guano, Fertilisers, Liye Stock, Im
plements aud Machinery, Beeds ; &c.
67 W. Fayette Street,
Refer to John S. Gifting*, President Chesapeake
Bank ; Chas Goodwin. Cashier Fninkltn Bank, Haiti
more; E C. Wade 4 Cos. aud P. H.ftfrihu, Savannah
PERUVIAN and Swan Island Qusnos, Superphos
phates, and the Bruce Concentrated Fertilizer,
arc ottered to tin- Trade at the lowest wholesale prices,
by GKO. E. WHITE A CO., 66 Cliff street. New York.
Magazines for December.
Mad. D* morest’e Mirro r ol Fashions
Atlantic Monthly. .
At ESTILL’S NEWS DEPOT,
n2T-tf - Ball street, t>a«k of P. O.
C RUT C HES.
IT'IRSTand only premium awarded at the American
I Institute Fair, 116’), and Slate Fair of Pa, 1865, for
Crqtches. Hartman’s patent Klaatic Rubber Ctutcnos
are pronounced by surgeons, and else, to lie
the very tiest ever Invented. They are easy mid con
venient, Ihey prevent paralysis of the nerves, do away
with all tho weaHnea* inseparable from the use of all
others, and are In all respects unrivalled. Send for it
circular. Agents wanted every where LOVEJOY &
Ta V LOR, Sole Manufartnrers, No. 476>J Broadway,
LA IHKS* Cloth Cloaks, a fine assortment. Just re
ceived by steamer.
St. Andrew’s Hall.
TfilS Hall will be rented for Balls, Concerts, Ac.,
Ac. Apply to Mr. Mayer, under the Hali, or to
DAVID R. DILLON,
P3O-12 224 Bay street.
THE firm of Laltochc, Guden A Unckles was dis
solved en the Ist In9t. by the wifbdraival qf
Isaac D. LaKeclie. The business will be coutluued
under tbe name of Gaden A Unckles. at the old
atand, corner Bay and Barnard streets, J. 1). Laßuche
retaining an office with us fur the present.
isaac and. Laroche.
• benjamin g. gaden,
DAVID S. UNCKLES.
Savannah, Dec. 1. 1365. d4
Hart & Cos.,
CHUHiEITON, S. C.,
OFFER FOR SALE AT THEIR OLI) STAND,
Corner Ming and Market gtrtels,
GUN 8, REVOLVERS, SHOT & POWDER
“HOES’’ CIRCULAR SAWS, $ To tin
BAR IRON AND STEEL
METALS OF ALL KINDS
TIN AND WOODWABK
HOLLOW WARE OF ALL KINDS
TURPENTINE AND COOPERS’ TOOI.M
BRASS AND IRON WIRE CIiOTH
bolting currn ranchor hrandj
mill Hocks (i« 'ro 40 incid
SILVER PLATED UOOlfti
111 BBS. SPOKEN, AXIA MPBINGM,
A DAMMM V AMim UftMTMMM (flUUtfll, AT
JfMLBHE AND DETAIL.
Wholesale aud Retail Dealer
In Foie UEQCerieo. Buou and Shoe*. Clothing, Fur
ctgt. and Domestic Winn., Uquuia and Segals.
A'so, Skehan's Celebrated *
GOLDEN ALB AND CHAMPAGNE CIDKH.
iu bottle aud iu wood.
London And Dublin Brown Stout, Scotch and Eng
Itih Ales, Ac.
Liberal deductions made to tbe trade.
176 BROUGHTON STREET. SAVANNAH,
dll-tf and 62 Liberty street, N Y.
151 Broughton Street,
IS the place for good and cheap Groceries. Give
him a cull; he offefs for sale the following articles:
2i 0 bbls Family Flour
200 do Pinkeye and Peach Blow Potatoes
10H0 IbH choice Hams Shoulders and 91 Jes
100 sacks Liverpool Balt •
Black and Green Teas
crushed, Clarified and Brown Sugars
Old Java. Rio and Ground Coffee
Spices of all kinds
Sardines, Preserves, Citron, Ac
Hecker'e Self Rising Flour
Colgate’s Family Soap
English Dairy Cheese
Just received and for sale* Give me a call. do 0
KIRLIN, BED. & BURKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALBS, U IMS AMI LIQIORS,
CORNER WHITAKER STREET AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED It DELIVERED.
H. G. RUWE & CO.,
GROCERIES § LIQUORS,
WINES AND SEUARS,
Corner Bryan and St. Julian and
(FRONTING 811, A SKI HUVYEJ
W Agents fyr
ALE AND LAGER.
.Constantly on baufl, an auortment of
OKA BARRELS Baltimore City Mills, “Standard
GUU Extra." in prime shipping order
6,004 prims “ Principe” Segals
Received ex steamer North Point, and for sale low
by ' SORREL BROTHERS,
dll-3 82 Bay afreet.
FINE OLD BRANDY, WINES, tc.
Peach V-alley Whiskey, Maple Valley Whlekey, Pike’s
Magnolia, bpeucer’a Old Rye, and Fine
P OR SAkE BY
C. W. THOMPS ON,
At the Old Stand,
XU BAX STREftT.
(Herald Buildings j
' —r *LSO, ’ .
Aleop’s Ale, Mars’ Ale, Apples. Potatoes, Onloua
Pit kies, Mackerel, Cider and Cider Vinegar
oct6 * ts
TAKES the llbsrty of informing the public generqjly
that be ha* jua; op«ued, and will always Keep on
hand a full supply of
Proah Family Groceries,
of all descriptions aud of the best quality, which he
oilers for safe at reasonable rub*. Corner June* and
Barnard streets, at Ehrlich's old stand. nlb lm
f FOREIGN A
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Faire Champagnes
* FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
IANDING from eteamablp Cambria the following
Sponge Butter Biscuit
Cut Butter Biscuit
. Oyster Cracker
18 hhds Smoked Shoulder.
17 do do d# .
26 kegs leaf Lard
26 keg. Extra Butter
Crushed, Pulverized B And Extra C Sugars ,
36 boxusNew Bunch Kalslng
to half do do 1,
160 bbls Winter Apples
64 boxes Adamantine Candles
For sale low by
RUE, WHITNEY A CO., -
dT 6 No. 4 Harris Block Bay it.
E. W. MARSH & CO.,
Corner oDCongress and Whitaker Streets,
HAVE thoroughly refltted their eatabUslunent, and
replenished with a general assortment tit
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, l atent Me
dlclnes. Faints,Oils, Garden Seeds,
die. Ac,, Ac.,
they solicit tbe pstrouage of their friends
Particular attention will he given tb tbe cargfnl
preparation of prescriptions. dll 1m
The Steams r •
James I*. Christopher,
Oflpij. M. MOODY.
Will hfive foi the shove place on
Thtll’uilltjr Hiv’d, kl a tpolotilc,
This hind is ul light draught and vary last, afld
having lM.it pun.based hy the owners of the H U
May, wiu mu lit iyhawlhiu with har
Foi Irslgbl, apply os t. barlaatou M hart to
<*" l M klNilll.il, Ayaul
B. H. MAY,
- _ mwaw.
fob - newyork
JrSVv . Th " brl * OLIVE FRANC*. F. A.
Small, master, is now loading for the
For tntgbt, apply to
(.hauler l. colby a co.,
B ® Corner A barber* aud Bay sta
FOR NEW YORK.
Atlantlu Mail Steamship’
The new and (aM side-wheel »te*m-
SAN JACINTO, Loveland, mas-
will sail a* above, on
Ratarday, Dee. I6th, at o’clock.
For freight or passage, having unsurpassed accom
modations, apply to
B. H. lIARDEE,
No. 19 Stoddard's Range.
GARRISON A ALLEN, Agents,
dll No. 8, Bowling Green, N. T.
REDUCTION OF PASSAGE RATES!
f aMn Pa**age, $» N Beck, ill M
Tb* new and splendid steamship HUNTER. Rogers,
commander, will leave for the above port on her regu
Saturday, Oeecmbea 18, ai O’clock,
For Height or pa Mage-, having superior accommo
dations. apply to
dlB HUNTER ft GAMMELL.
' FOR *■.. ’ *
NEW Jggg YORK.
REDUCTION OF PASSAGE RATES!
The new and splendid steamship CHASE, Boath,
Commander, will leave for the above porlou her
Wglataday, Dec. 13, at 3 o'clock p. an.
For freight or passage, at reduced rates, apply to
dlt HUNTER ft GAM MILL.
VIA BRUNSWICK, ST. MARYS’ AND
Is now receivln freight at tbe old Florida steamboat
wharf foot of West Broad street, aud win leave as
Wedmesday, 13tb last., at * a. in.
This boat is in very excellent order, and baa su
perior state room accommodations tor passengers.
For freight or passage, apply to
F. M. MYRKLL. Agt.
dll Harris’ Buildings, Bay street.
VIA FERNANDINA AND JACKSON
Tb* new, exceedingly fast and splendid Steamer
Capt. E 8. Talbot,
Will leave Telfalr’e W harf, aa above,
Kv.ry Wednesday, at ft p. at.
. For freight or passage apply to
R. W. A DAMS, or
J. 8. CARKUTHKRS,
Hodgson’s Range, next so Bell, Wyily ft
dll Cbrixtian, Bay street.
* " Orient, and v
‘ . OUirion,
Will mates Tri-weekly Trips to Doctortown, in con
nection with the Atlantic aud Gulf Railroad, leaving
Savannah on Tuesdays, Thursday* and Sundays.
Tnrough freight payable by shippers at oor office.
Freight recolved daring the weak, and stored free
For freight or passage apply to
„ CHAS L. COLBY ft CO.,
oßu Corner Abercorn sad Bay streets.
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS.
The light-draught steamer
Capt. ?. H. MORGAN,
Will have quick despatch as above.
This boat Is new, has large carrying capacity, la
exceedingly light draught, can navigate the river at
lta loweet stage, and offers superior Inducements to
Having secured a large brick warehouse on the old
Florida steamboat wharf, loot of West Broad street. 1
am prepared to receive freight for her, and will shire
same and cover with Insurance free of cost.
For freight, apply to
F. M: M V HELL.
dl> Harris’ Building, Bay street.
Regular Weekly Steamer
The New Iron Htsamer
WM. O. GIBBONS,
Capt. T. N. Fun.for,
Uavlug superior accommodation for Freight and
Passengers. VIII ply regulsily between the above
leaving Savannah every Malurday Morning, at e
I .saying Augusta evary Wednesday Morning, alt
l aying at Matbsw s Hlafl svan WsAaaaday Night
It is the deetia nl the Agents of lhs utbboti, hi muse
bar a permanent A<<qmmufl*t|ok Boat fur the Mw
VIA BRUNSWICK, ST. MARY’S. FER
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE AND
The new and fast sailing Steaaaer
Capt. N. King,
Havingbsen placed permanently upon this root* will
leave for the above place* ou
Every Thursday Morning, at 10 o’eloek.
. 'a 1 ?* 11 or P“*»ge, having splendid cabin ac
b°ar<t “ the Plorld * S,e »“
(f CLAGHORN ft CUNNINGHAM,
Ciiange of Day.
UNlTffiTj STATES MAIL IdNK
FOR PALATKA. FLA..
VIA DARIEN, BRUNSWICK, ST. MA
RYS, FERNANDINA JACKSON
. VILLE AND PICOLATA. .
The well known steamerjormerly thedßt. Johns, bat
Capt. O. H. INGRAHAM,
teavo ,L ha wharf foot of West Broad *tr«.e
EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, st 10 H?tockSf
cisely for the above Landings. ““ pr# *
For ireight or passage, apply o* board or to
L. 8. BENNETT, Agent,
Corner West Broad stul Bay streets,
AesHTs—Darien. A. A. DeLorme. .
Jacksonville. J. 8. Samis ft Cos
, Palatka. H. R. Teasdsie.
Freight payable by shippers.
The fine Bteamer
Will leave for Doctortown on her regular day,
Thursday Dec. I», at 1 o’clock a. at.
connecting with the Atlantic ft Gulf a RT
For ireight or passage, having superior ffecommo
uatious, apply to
CHAS. L..OOLBY ft CO.,
a Corner Bay and Abercorn aerert#;
REGULAR WEEKLY STEAMER
BETWEEN " . *
Savannah & Doctortown,
Connecting regularly and pnnctoally with the At
iantlc and Golf R.R. w*
The new, ll|ilit.<lr»uyht, iron aide.wheel steamer
T W O LO YS
(Mate boat to the William 0. Gibbons,; *
Capt. THOMAS DANIELS,
Having superior accommodation for freight <
pnssengi're equal to any of the ocean rteamm. Sn
ply regularly Itetween the above polnu, ™"*’ wUI
Leaving SAVANNAH every TUESDAY wnßNiuo
tbe merchant* and planters alone
that ?t?.A ? • antil the completion of
> with this object in view, no effort will
be spared on tbe part of her owners, agents und of
“ngpubl“ eet ,De W,UtS ° f the and trevel-
Freight stored In our warehouse on Dillon’, wharf
free of charge. ERWIN ft HARDEE '
D. JamisDillom. Ag’t at Doctortown. dl‘f-2w
Tire mignittcent iron side-wheel Steamslilp
4^9 r <k ' •
* sfiil for Baltimore on .
. 4 •■tor.l.y, Dee. lft, at _ o’clock.
hundred of‘^^° r . ther 2 citles ’ save lwS
For Ireight or passage apply to
dll-6 LxHOCHfi & WEST, Agent*.
' Jones' Block.
i • . FOH ~
HAWKINSVfLLE AND MACON.
• 1• . . THE
iT o' “ * bo ' e wlth de «P*'cli- For freight.
Which Will be received at the Upper Hydraulic Presa
1 ard, and covered by Insurance until placed on board
the steamer, apply to
n '“' BBIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
Rio De Janeiro.
St. Thomas, Para, Pernambuco ail Bahia
c . The FoJlrd States and Braall Mall
regSrrty P C °“»“ y WUI
*h« ‘39tk of every month,
A NEW AND FIRST CLASS STEAMSHIP,
To Leave at .3 o’clock, p. ns..
From Pier 43, North’River.
All letters htvo to pass through the Poet Office
An experienced Surgeon will be In attendance on
datum*, e apply*o “"**«** “»vlng a Pl end.d accommo,
octflldlin 4 N ” NewToik.
56 A . No - 1 Nblp MONT BLANC la now
VTlta r l‘Si d T ANARUS» i <> *i' L ng ’ Puss. For bsl
'^ hI ■ ll ‘ vl b« room only for a few
' hundred bales) tnquli7of .
.at *r LaROCHE, GADEN A UNCKLES.
The new (rat clam clipper ship
Is now utsdii # rapidly ol Istwsr Frsaa, and havlag
large aMgagsmanls will have quick dmgoh’b
pm Irelgki « paaaago ftaksn at Uwast re4ac) apply
to CUA* L. CULM* a tl»,
sriW "SMi Ahsttoia sqfllto, «ra
HK * ’ s fiAtufif f .