BAVA 3S~ N AH,
l>tp«rtarc of Mtaxuklpi *n4 IteMMn.
, >»B KB* IOU.
NMmxbip Nsvads. Saturday. December l«tb. at •
aototk a. m. •
snaiaabip Virgo, Saturday, December ldth, at
Euterpe. Seudav, LK-oejnbor 1 life, at •
o'clock a. m
Mnimrbip ban Jacinto, Saturday, December 14, at
Steamship Rtchatoud, Saturday, December 16, at
steamer Scorpio. Friday, December 16Ut, at t
o'clock a. m-
Steamer Minnie Brandt. Friday, December 161 b, at
8 o'olock a m.
steamer Kiprene, Salarday, December 16tb, at 6
o’clock f. m.
Steamer W'm. 0. Gibbons, every Saturday morning
at » a. m.
- FOB t lURLESTOS
Steamer City Point, every Saturday morning, at 8
Steamer Cbarlea Houghton, Monday morning, lStb,
at 8 o’clock.
Steamer Orient, every Tuesday morning, at 1
Steamer Gen. Shepley, every Sunday morning,
at 7 o’clock.
Steamer Clarion, every Thursday morulug, at 7
Steamer Two Boys, every Tuesday morning, at 8
steamer Fountain, every Tuesday morning, at
Steamer City Point, every Wednesday afternoon,
at 4 o’clock.
Steamer Lizzie Baker, every Thursday morning, at
10 o’clock. ,
Steamer St. Johns, every Saturday morning, at
Steamer Helen Getty, every Saturday morning, at
Tub Steamer Crrv Fount—The traveling public
will be pleased to learu that Captain Coxettar, the
veteran steamboat commander, has been placed on
the splendid Elorida s'eamer, City Point, tn tbe place
of Captain Talbot, who resigned his position to en
gage in other business. Captain Coxetter has long
been known In connection with our coast travel and
trade, and his appointment to the commando! the
City Point cannot but enhance the popularity of that
deservedly favorite steamer.
Cua.suk of Pursers —The steamship San Jacinto.
Captaiu Wilson Loveland, brought as Purser on her
last trip from New York, Mr. Harry Van Ingen. Mr.
Van lugen, who made hosts of friends while filling a
responsible situation tn tbe Adams’ Express Com
pany,’and latterly as parser upon several of the larg
est New York steamships, will be found a courteous
aud obliging gentleman by all who are so fortunate
as to travel upon the fine steamship to which be is a
Tiie Theatre.—Benefit of Ur. Jno. T. Rev
MONIL—No words are necessary on the claims of Mr
Jno. T. Raymond to an Immense bouae this eyeing'
Universally acknowlcd to lie a couimcdian of the
Drat order of merit, and with a reputation estab
lished in all the leading cities of flic country. Mr.
Raymond can do very well without any coinmenda
lo i rom us. We are certain too, that our play
goers are not unmindful of their indebtedness to this
sterling actor who lias cast his lot among them. It
will be sufficient tiieu, to state simply that Mr. Ray
mond takes his llist benefit this evening, appearing
lu three pieces, "Married Life,” "Sketches in India',
and “The Wandering Minstrel.”'
Large Sale ok Government Animals,—Messrs.
York. Williams, Melutire A Cos., sell this day a large
number of mules and horses, the property of the U.
S. Government. Some flue six and lour-mule teafns
are ottered, and It'will be wall worth while for deal
ers and others to attend the sale today at the Gov
ernment Coral. •
At the regular meeting of Zerftibbabel Lodge No. 16
F. and A. M., held on last eve&iug, the following olU
cers were elected for the ensuing Masonic year: Wm.
Greene, W. M.; T. Ballefityue, S. W.; Wm. Burns,
J W.; P. M. A. Huy wood, Trcas.; J. Houston, Sec.;
M Loewcnthal, S. D.; Jas. Manning, J. D.; W. F.
Parker, Tyler. f ■ ».
Freight ok the Central Railroad.—A' notice
with reference to the rates of freight on the Central
Railroad appears this morning. Until further notice
the rates of freight to Augusta will be 60 cents per
toot, or $2 par 100 lbs. ,
From Augusta.— Thu steamer Falcon, from Au
gusta, arrived here last evening. She had a full
freight. A list of consignees will be fouud lu the
Miniature Almanac—This Day.
bun rises 6 641 Moon rises 4 24
bun sets 4 utllligh water 6 gO
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Thursday, Dec. 14. 1806.
Steamer Falcon Cates, Augusta—C L Colby A Cos.
Steamer Wm G Gibbons, l’nilpot, Augusta—Erwin
Steamer Helen Getty, Ingraham, Palatka, Fla—L
; S Dennett.
Per steamer Falcon, from Augusta—l 92 bales cot
I’er steamer Helen Getty, from Palatka, etc—6 bis
square cotton, 21 do round do, and mdse.
Per steamer Win G Gibbons, from Augusta—346
hales cotton '. domestics and mdse.
Per steamer Wm G Gibbous, from Augusta—W L
Townsend, Hon W H Stiles aud lady. Dr C W West,
1) P Lavegne, A J Gill, G Fillet, M Nathron, S Furse,
A 1) Biuncherhotf, H M Day, W Costleg, T H Brown,
J W Boston, W P Dunbar, -I' P Dunbar, Mrs Bowers,
J M Richardson, A M Martin, W W Lawton, Miss A
Tarver, u L Cochran,* B Thompson, 11 K Box and
child, Mrs bcoveu aud child, Z Daniels, Mias Haupt,
Mrs J V Tarver, child and servt, Miss F Tarver, F
Tarver, Mrs Craft, Miss Ssvage, BS Uuckles, Mrs
Taplor, Miss Sapliold aud servt, G Gilbert, V J P W
Brill, J Berg, J J u Fallon, Gen Curlen, Miss Burns,
F K siepheua, F krenson, P A McGeorge Dr W J
louley, WM Smith, Capt Darling and 80 enlisted
lueD, capt Pratt aud 12 on deck,
I’er steamer Helen Getty, from Palatka, etc—W L
liaußiis, C Evans, B Kosenfield, Dr Scull, Dr Hol
lanil, j a Jones, Lt W Melt, A D Sufi's, J I McMDlen,
Miss s Daniels, T M Allen, 11 Johnson, Capt J Adams
W H Ilenderson, Rev A Baker, H J Cooper, J M
Klliult, Mrs Scott, S S Falls, N Stephen, J M Tucker,
R Cugdell, C G Pierson and others.
For steamer Helen Getty, from Palatka, etc—E A
Hardee, J L Vihalouga, B, Smith A Cos, M Lowen
’hal, i, s Bennett.
Per Rteamer Wm G Gibbons, from Augusta—Erwin
* U. Hunter 18,1 Padelfbrd, W A Plainer, H W A
co? F H Blots, G L Cochran, A M Martin,
Per steamer Falcon, from Augusta—M S Cohen. J
Per steamer Wui O Gibbons, ffura Augusta—lice
Wednesday, passed steamer U II Mtiv at Odums'
UiiutUng, bound up: 1 o'clock p m p.issed steamer
'oiunteer at mg uuo Round, liouud up, with two
fats in tow. bound up ; at the same time and place
Passed steamer Amazon, bound down ; passed str
Helen at Little Hill, bound up ; 8 p in passed steamer
'?‘ oa McCoys Bluff, bound up ; Dec 14, B‘, a ui,
pissed steamer GoodseU at Corn House Beach,
pound up ; 18 j, passed steamer Express at Ebt uezer
opund down ; l p m passed steamqr Falcon at Bock’s
OM sugar field, bound down.
ÜBT OF VEBBBLB IN THE PORT OK
SAVANNAH, Dec. 16, 18DA
SJ**®. Kokth. discharging—Hunter * Gammell.
o«u Jacinto, Loveland, discharging—B H Hardee.
• “-'"t Blanc, Donnell, 706, loading, Liverpool—Lu
Vw'iOaOeu * Uqckles.
weeks, 1,044, loading at Lamar's Pleas,
’tLnerpuol—u L Dolby A Cos.
(Bn Bromagi', discharging—Rekl A
fifialat discharging—K A fioullard.
M,,» ' S‘ lv " r '' discharging-C Grsen * Hun.
jt, 11,11 Binitli, tons, dbR-barglog—T R *
CiJJJJ' <®r> tons, loading, Uperportl-Rotit I
/’’pkridite Uuskhi, dlscbargmg Unbl A fits wart
Ac., hiius, HukUaai, dtmkargUtg-C L Dolby
toS*""*. ,l,r l Tayiar, dlachargtag—Utou Green A
CMr) MilUasM, diecbsrgiug V
Clotiltjf' Wm ' *•» dtnekargl—-g, Wyliy *
*! U " ,I * w > U*NW. diacbafgiug M UabnreM m g
EUa. Brown diacharglag—Bell. Wytiy A Cbristian
J«**D W Lontt, GUAM. walUag—Youge A BUM.
Unmet Boom, waJUag papain.
John M BrveauU. Douglass, loading. New Turk
Otms L Colby A OR
ChiSln Wm * m ’ WyUy .A
Waller Bairtgb, discharging— Oemmell.
LIST OF LETTEE8 B=H * S
Re main in* tn the Savannah Post offlee Dec. 16th
1846. Persons calling far these letters wtu please say
•• Advertised," and come prepared with the necea
a*ry change (2 cental, and present s certificate that
they have taken the Amnesty Oath of Allegiance.
Ainbos. Una Ask, Jane
I uira Beanru, Jane
Bryan, Jane K mrs Bradweli, Jane an
Browne, Julia A tun Barneswell, Louisa mrs
Bartley, E 6 Ben’ley, mrs
Broric, Eugenia Brown, Fatsey Ann
Buigi.am, k A mrs Beaumont, Robert mrs
Hemes, Elizabeth mrs Bell, Sarah mrs 2
Brown, Fanny Barnard, Lucy Ann
Bottler, Judy mrs
Cutbbert, Peggy mrs Clark, Harry mrs
Cupper, Nelly Cunulugliahi, mrs Dr
Causer, Nelly J Oouway, Catharine mrs
Clark, Margaret Curtis, Anuie mrs
Corner. Mary Ann mrs Cruvelller, Betsy mrs
Dryer, Helena mrs Dowd, Maggie . *
Dulus, Harriet Dorset, M E
Fatre, Annie 2 Forehand, John A mrs
Fox Charlotte Foster, Rulth mrs
Nolle, Emma Farris, Sarah M mrs
Uauatu. Gniuls 2 Grant, Jostina L
Grant, Abbee Gaffney, Mary
Goeble. Andrew Godfrey, Nellie 2
Griswold, Caroline Ganiou, Pencle
Gibbs, Diana mrs Garrlseu, Philles
Gan try, E mrs Green, Susan inrs
Graue, Fillet Golden, Sarah
Gray, Ellen mrs George. SW
Giililou, Jane mrs
Harris, Mina nn Harris, Louisa
Hardla, Esen Hopkins, Mary *
Hogg, G R mrs Hanley, Margret
Heine, Marla mrs . ' Harris, MatUila 2 ■
Jackson, Rose Jackson, EUza mrs
Janken, Mymer Jackson, Dina
Jencks, Lancle Jackson, Adline mrs
Jordan. Luciudk Jones, Lucy B
Jones. Lida mrs Jackson, Aden mrs
Belly, Malna mrs Kelly, Annie
King, Elizabeth mrs
Loira, Marla mrs Lorenz, Frieda
l.ovi, mrs Lawler, L mrs
Liumila. mlas Lewis, John mrs
Mouuelzy, Charlotte * Manney, Mary E
Miller, Carrie ' Mahen, Mary E
Marshall, Elvira MaxweU, Mary
McClusky, Julia McLeod, Rebecca J
Murphy, Julia 2 Muxwili. Hluer
Moriartv, Julia Moore, RebeceisE
McKenzie, Louisa 2 MuuuuoHiu, H R mrs
McGrath, Lizzie MarreU, Patcheu
McCarter, Mary E
Neve, T DeG madame 2
(fhtlnw, Annie O’Sullivan, M mrs
O’Donuei, Catherine Owens, Sylvia
Pennyroyal, Bridget Prince, Jeannle
Perskine, Frauds Powell, Rachael
Pueyne, F'r.iucls Perskine, Soulfer
Peck, Jeannle Paris, Jane
Rose, Amanda Rice, S T mrs
Reeley, Jane Roe, Rachael
Reyner, Kate Robinson, Johana
Rawles, i.ouisa Ridgeway, Ruth
Styles, Ann Slater, Mr
Smith, Kernel Solomons, Mehele
Straus, Claea Sliannalian, Margaret
Stt Tens, Dorathy Sausse, mrs Nowland
Favattv, Lucy Spieldoek, Sarah
Situs, Mary K
Tonsan, Ann Theus, Eliza 2 .
Turner, Anna B Thompson, Moilie /
Theus, B O Threadcraft. Maria
Turner, Clara J Tellfalr, miss
Talllferro, Bell Temma, mrs
Varnum, EUzsbeth W Vines, Louisa
Vanvorst, Fannie Verdery, Maria
Warm, Frances Woodhouse, A E 2
Williams, M Wilson, Mary J
Wilson, Onats Williams. M
White, Ann Williams, P
Weltou, A C WilUs, PAnn
Ward. Betsy Wollsy, Sussn
WilHanis, Clias r WUliams, Sallle
williams. E M 2 Welsh, ScpUen
Wayne, Eliza 8 Waill, J w
Waring, Francis Williams, M 2
Wicks, Jane A
Zlttrouer, E S 2 Zutler, Margaret q
Gen tlemen’s List.
Assendorf, John Abrahams. M S
Antlersou, J A 2 Aisbery, Broughton AOo
Baldwin, dr W ' Burk.JetCT
Brown, Wm Bigelow, Henry C
Belcher, Wm 2 Buckingham,!Q
Bodley, Wm Byrnes, Geo H
Borcoran, Thoa E Booth, Oeo L
Barn*, Thes BevUle, Granville
Bmirquin, dr 8 W Black, 0 R
Brown. Roswell H Blackburn, Geo
Beardsley, Paul F Bland, F P
Blount, O P Brackebush, E
Breiinen, Patrick file. Barnard E
Bona, John Barnwell, Stephen
Boun, John Bolune, Augustus
Conn, D M . Con art, maj
Oanuet, F A Caleclmn, mr
Olark. Chaa J Campbell, Tunis G
Christian, ohas Cummings, WaUace
Canuet, P A Claten, Wm
Clay. Joseph Calle, Wm
Crotty, James Callory, Jas
Clements, Jno L Cesaar. Thosß
Cercopqly. Jno L ,
D. ,■ - .*
Dttrley, Alex Deas, Jas
DutenhoTer, A Dnigwau, Jake
Dickenson, Anthony Demri, M V
Buffey, Bernard Deavergers. M J
Drake. C O Deavergert, Maxims
Davis, Kdw W Daniel), dr W C 4
Doc kray, Fred A Davis, Patrick,
Deveau, J * Doisen, Will
Darnell, Geo W Dooner, Wm H
Daniel, Jno a Doane, L 8
Dean, Jessie It Dollner, Potter A Cos
Daniel, Jno 8
Farrell, Frank 8 Fears, 0
Fearley, Elijah Pinley, Adam ,
Fulton, E 8 Flemming, Frank
Fulton, P Fuller, Frederick
Fatvey, Paul Ferber, capt E G
Fannil, Babbett Freeman, E A
Furlonp. Peter Fauster A Crow
Flynn, Jas Frick, Chas
Fiilton, Joseph Folker, Albert
Goss, Wesley N George. John
Gifford, Samuel M Green, Barget
Green, mr Gray, A.F
Gardner, J >.
Hudson, Wm Helnow, H
Hutson, B Hollander, H
Heldt, Solomon R Helm, Harry
Hnnt, M R Helmboldt, Geo
Hagan, N Hall, Geo R
Haudisen, Milton Homes. Frederick
HerSliherg, rev Howard, D 8
Howes, capt Laban Hubble, CP «•
Hunter, Jas . Harder, Clarance *
Howard, It J 8 Houston, Clifton J
Hammond. Joseph Haas, dr Bernard
Hines, Joseph Hegmaun, Adolph
Hamlet, Jno R Holt, Alford, . !
Hardee, Jno L Hutton, Jno Shaw
Hollaae, Jas Harmond, Joe
Hutton. John 8 Houston, Pater
Huwai#, Jacob , Houatou, rev N 8
Jemmens, Jolm Jarmon, capt Jaa 8
Johnson, dr J R Jackson, Jaa A
Jones, cues c Jonas, mr
Jones, Oeo J Johnson, Richard
Jrtiktni. John Johhaon, Titos
J spies, AI ruin Iverson, Edw 2
Klhe, Mart* Klngaeami, Goo
KiVi, Wm fsifr, Airtrt
ME—, i asrta *'
McCoy, CF . Moore. Levi
Mayer, Jno Marcus M
Man*an. Petal Myers, col M
McCay, p Murt liison. M A
McLeod, C McLeod M
Munition, Aims Muiphj, Morris
Mcßitosh, Bayard McHanu, K W B
Melnebii.CH Merton, Ka)bunt
Mason. E R Mayer, Sami
McDanial, L McCraddy, Thus
Markham, Fried Miller. Thus u
Mitchell, C B Moore, Wtdl
McKennon, H O Mell. Joseph C
Muunerlyn, Jaa McCauley, Wm H
Miller, J U McLevoi, Richard
Murlow, Jaa E
Nust, Joseph Nichols, O F
Nibie, John Nolen, Cbaa
O’Connor, D OsUm, T J
O’Couoor, Daniel Odlngsells, Wm K
Peacock. Ben Parsons, John H
Putnam, Dana B Pierson. John A
Parsous, E Perter, James
Poiilmas, F E Perry, mr
Patterson, Geo R Paulsen. Nicholas
Faisons, Hiram Pounder, Richard
Prescott, J C Prichard? S C
Potter, Jas A Peck, T F
Prescott, J C 2
Rhedtck, Chas Reives, HA a
Rewe A Cos Robinson, E T 2
Roberts, Jas Reihl, E A
Reid, Willie Ross, AMS
Robinson. Prince Ray A Smith
Reed, mr Robson. J R
Rambert, Marck ’ Robinson, Geo
Rosenfeld, mr Roberta, D ’
Ryan, Jerry Ray, Watt H
Sikes, A S Steele, Joseph T
sandrlght, Alex Siurtevanl, Jaa 0
Sawyer, H Smith, John
Sadler, A J sturtevaut, J
Suefuter, Andrew Sapp, James F
Stonebrake. A U 3 Snyder, John
Sams, Byaa Swift, John
Smith, Chas Sutton. L E
Sample, Cliaa Slngscfield, M
Shoycr, Chas Smith, Richard P
Stuart, C T Sullivan, Rogers
Smith, D K Speisstgger, S L
Smith, Daniel A Stroma, S
Seabrook, E A Sterett, Sami 2
Sbeftall, B Stephens, Titus
Smith, Frank M Smith, Wm T
Steiger, F G Smith, Wm H
Smith, F W Shene, W J 2
Stick, G . Smythe, Wm
Skipper, H T Spaulding, Sami
Sack, Henry Spiers. I\ m
Salzer, W Stilee, R W
Turnbull, J N ' Tynac John F
Townsend, C S Tnomas, King
Turner, Daniel Toomer, L B
Tuipin, Daniel * Townsend, Luther
Thompson, David Taylor, Richard
Taylor, Henry Turmo, W M 4
Turner, W H H Trapnell, W W
Tamm, J H Thorpe, Wm
Burner, J T Trlst, dr
Van Glahn, H i Valenten. H
Vlsk, CF Vend, J
Vardell, Arthur Vickers, Joim L
Vogler, G F Van Waguer, W A
Wert, John - Wilson, N
White, A B White, Patrick
Walthour, D H White, Bulus
Welld, Ellas A Waldron, R A
Wilder, Herman Warner, Robt
Werner, Jnllus 2 Washburn A Miller
Whilder A Gallle Williams, Wm rev S
WhlllU, Jss Wright, W A
Willett A Mell Wayne, cot R B pek
Wakefield, M F
Young, Wm A Zanes, J I
Yuume, James Jeigler, Sol
Prest Mechanics Savings Bank
Agent Lamar Press
Sup of S W A M R R Cos
Sup Charleston dt Savh R R Cos
Pres So West A Muscogee R R Cos
R R Agt Montgomery line
Fourth Nat Bank
A L. HARRIS, P. M
Every Tuesday, Thursday and
AT THE STORE ON BROUGHTON STREET,
Third door from Bull,
Where will be offered a general assortment of Dry
Goods Boots and Shoes, Hosiery, Under-clothing,
Books, Yankee Notions Jewelry, Ac, Ac., at the pur
chaser’s own prices.
Terms cash; sales positive. ' dt-30
BY YORK, WILLIAMS. McINTIRE &
THIS DAY, at 10 o’clock, In Hunt of store, will be
sold. , ’
60 dosen Hats and C*ps
cases Boots and Shoes
76 kite Mackerel
100 bbls coarse Salt
26 bbls Apples ' -
20 boxes Candles
26 boxes Boep
20 kegs Butter
4 t> lids Shoulders
‘ISO, , . .
(0,000 Northeru Brick dl6
BY YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE &
Will be sold THIS DAY, at 10 O'clock, In front of
1 Cotton Prese. new. , dl6
York, Williams, Melutire
Will sell at auction THIS DAY, In front of store, at
10 o’clock :>
Several lots of goods, consisting of . t
du Handkerchiefs, Ac., Ac.
GOVERNMENT STOCK AT AUCTION-
York, Williams, Mclatire ic Cos.
Will sell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock (weather permit
ting), at the Government corral;
Some flue Six-mule Teams, Pour-mule Teams
Single Moles and Horses, Ac., Ac.
Sale to contlne till all are sold.
Terms cash, U. 8. currency. dlt
York, Williams, Melutire
a co. ' y v -;
Win sell at auetton THIS DAT, In front of Store, at
. 10 o’clock r
1 case Dry Goods ‘ \ ‘ •
Damaged on board steamer Savannah, and sold for
account of Underwriters and all concerned.
dll . j-»
AT PRIVATE SALE™
By Bell, Vylly & Christian.
Small Lot* of Land.
There having been so mkny applications for Small
Tracts of Land for location, the owner of the above
Land, feeling a disposition to meet this demand, has
placed In the market, for a lew days, Lota of Five
Acres, or more, pnrlrcteared, oa the Augusta Road, op
posite to the three mile atone, also on the White Bluff
Road, opposite to the two mile stone. tf-uiu
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BY HELL, WYLLY At CHRBTIAM.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
The West Half of Lot Mo. t, Calhoun Ward, fronting
oo Jones street.
The Improvements consist of a saely finished
Brick Residence containing Ten Rooms with ns
throughout, awl a weirof excellent water and a ffue
Force Pump. dU U
if~BeH, Wylly It ChrMfcu
', AT PRIVATE SALE.
as arras of Ins Garden Land, within tba limits of the
cUy. Tbs linprovemeatatMMsUoJa ftrat class < <>ttege
dwelling, gothic style, coiilslning six large raouis. wlib
marble mauiel piece. dining room, kitchen, library ruum
fhrnlshad with shelves aud glass doors. Oulbuikliaga
consul# of form boose, cmtalulug seven rooms, burn
m* M" serirfVl
aisovs clear'd lawurmrsla uiuslsie us two email
dwelt tag boasm, will subtss, rtbe, it. H«U
AT PMtVATS HAI.E
By MML M y 11} E (MMu
Hat scree of Land, eCnotrd on tbe Vernon fiver,
ebosl nine mile. Irian Ibis city Tbe lapmvemesu
i-oegtH of Avniiiug, "arn, stabler.. ««d oUwi uifer
rary out buildings.
An sMindbiioe os Adi. oysipfß shrimp. A* , um
Price ol properly. A2.m11) n9a u
Auction Sale of Provisions,
Hams, Bacon, Ac
Notice 6s called to Urucera, Pravislou dealers, aud
Ship Chandlers at this auction.
On SATCHDAY, l«th lust. wUI be sold at the store
ol Kenneth. Mr Rea A Ox, 2U> Bay street, atlOo’ciock
4 hhds very choice thin Baron Sides
2 bids celebrated Washington Hams, white sugar
11 bbls very choice N. 1 City cured Hums
2 do do do do Shoulders.
18 firkins leaf Laid and 22 tube I-ard
18 do Butler, choice
2 hhds smoked bOoulfien
2 do do Hoeak -
1 do do Earns
11 tes breakfast Bacou, choice *
10 bbls Rump Poik
10 do Prime Pork
14 do Mess Beef, suitable lor Ship’s store
BLLN A MEYER,
dll ' Auctioneers.
By T. J. Walsh.
On TUESDAY, January. 6th, 1566, will be sold at the
Court House, in the city of Savannah, at 11 o'clock:
The Eastern Half of Lot No. 11 Jackson Ward, ffee
simple, with Improvements;, eornei of Whitaker
and Hull streets. The improvements are a twoatory
brick dwelliug. nine rooms, with water iu the yard
and gas through the house ; brick Stable. Both build
Inge have elate roofs.
Sold by permission of Ihte Ordinary of Chatham
county, for a dlvmion among the heirs.
Terms rash, purchaser paying for titles. n24
IN pursuance of an order of the Court of Ordinary
of Chatham county, will he sold on tbe first Tues
day In February next, at the Comt House door, tn
the city of Savannah,, daring the usual hoars id sale,
all the undivided half interest of James Bilbo, late
deceased, in the Shandy Hall form, situated near the
city of Savannah on the Thunderbolt road : said form
containing in all fifty acres, more er leee.
The said half interest sold for the pm pose of di
vision. JOHN a FERRILL,
BY BLUN & MEYER.
On THURSDAY, 21st Inst, at 10 o’clock, a. m„ will
be sold In front of store, by an order Issued from tbe
Hon Court of Ordinary of Chatham county
All tbe Household Furniture belonging to the estate
of Henry Herrman, deceased.
dt* , GEO. GEMENPEN. Adufr
” BROVTN’S “
C ASTILLI AN
Inis uurlvatled Tonic prepared from the Pare
Juice of tbe Grape and extracts, distilled from
Choicest Vegetable products or the South of
France, Italy and the-Province of Castile (Old Spain,)
from which latter section they derive their name.
A Fragrant Tonic, indispensable to Hotels and
Restaurants, and valuable to Families, delicate
females and children, for all disarrangement of the
stomach, It Is unrivalled. t * A never
falling preventive and Cure for Sea Sickness. None
who travel by land or water should be without the
For Sale by
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE A Cos.
Sole Agents, State Georgia.
oct24-3m . •
In barrels and cases,
AT HORATIO PITCHER’S,
Foot oi Lincoln at.. Under the Bluff.
Boots, Shoes and Brogans.
140 Congress and 57 St. Julian Streets,
SAVANNAU, OA., .
Is enabled, through his permanent ■ house in Bos
ton, to furnish Joebers and Dealers in this city, as
well as those In the country, with
s BOOTS AND SHOES
it more reasonsble rates than any other house.
NOW LANDING AND FOR SALS.
ail||Boxes, *4, >, and caddies Tobacco, which We
rei/V are now offering at prices lower than il can
be bought for in Northern cities.
MILLER, THOMAS A CO ,
hll ts No. 206 Bay Btreeet.
J *HN MKBRYMAN. 11. U. WARING.
JOHN MERRYMAN & CO.,
Farmers’ and Planters’ Agencv
rIR tbe sale of Gnano, Fertilisers, Livestock, Im
plements aud Machinery, Seeds, Ac.
f¥Zj W. Fayette Street,
Refer to John S. Gittinge, President Chesapeake
Bank ; Cbus. Goodwin. Cashier Prauklin Bank, Haiti
more; E. C. Wade A Cos. and P. U. Behn, Savannah.'
nl4-3m • 7
PERUVIAN and Swan Island Guanos. Snperphoa
phate* and the Brace Concentrate*! Fertiliser,
are oilercd to the Trade at the lowest wholesale prices,
by GEO. E. WHITE k CO., 66 Cliff street. New York.
JT’IRSTend only premium swarded at the American
X 1 Instkutc Fair. 1865, and State Fair of Pa,, 1885, for
Crutches. Hartman’s Patent Elastic Rubber Crutcnes
are pronounced by surgeons, and everybody else, to be
the very best ever Invented. They are eaay und con
venient, they prevent paralysis of the nerves, do away
with all Ibe w Horlneea Inseparable from tbe one of all
others, and are in all respects nnrlvaUed. Send for a
circular Agents wanted everywhere LOYEJOY A
TAYLOR, Solo Manufacturers, No. 4741i Broadway,
N. Y-., ~ . 6m-n23
• Cloaks, Cloaks.
f ADIKS' Cloth Cloaks, a fine assortment, fast re-
Xa celved by steamer.
u>3-tf - KINSTFIN A ECKMAN.
rpHE firm of Lußoehc, tiaden A Unckles was dis-
X solved on the Ist tnst. by the withdrawal of
Isaac D. LaltoChe. The business will be continued
under the utuue of Gntleu A Luckies, at the old
staud, corner Buy aud Barnard streets, J. D. Luitouhc
retaining an office with us for the present.
isaac and. laroche,
v . benjamin g. GADBN,,
DAVID S. UNCKLKS.
Samnnah, Dec. 1, tstii. H 4
Hart & Cos.,
CHARIifiSTON, 9. C., '
1 OFFER FOR SALE AT THEIR OLD STAND,
Corner King aud Market Street*,
GUNS, REVOLVERS, SHOT & POWDER
“HOE'S’’ UIRCUIiAR SAWS, 8 TO CO
BAR IRON AND STEEL
METALS OF ALL KINDS
BUILDING MATERIALS , #
TIN AND WOODWARE
r HOLLOW-WARE OF ALL KINDS
TUKPENTINE AND COOPERS TOOLS
BRASH AND IRON WIRE CLOTH
BoI.TINO CLOTH (ANCHOR BRAND)
MILL ROCKS (II TO 40 INCH)
SILVER PLATED GOODS
III'BBS, SPOKES, AXES, SPRINGS,
a umm «Aium or otukh uouut, at
WHOLESALE AID BETAIL.
uiocEß 1 ■ea.j.Mt I’Ofil, *».
PIERC E SK EHA N,
Mholrsslf tud Krtiul Dealer
in Fine Groceries, Boole sad shuw. Clolbiug, For
eign and Domestic Wlnm, Liquors and firgars
A so. fikelian’a LVlebrated •
GULDEN ALE AND CHAMPAGNE CIDER,
In bottle and In wood.
Loudon tod Dublin Brown Stout, Scotch and Eng
Liberal drduetions made to thwtrade.
174 BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH,
du-tf and 62 Liberty street, N. Y.
151 Broughton Street,
IS tbe place for good anil cheap Groceries Give
him n call: be offer** for sale Ibe following articles:
2t 0 bbls Family Flour
.200 do Pinkeye and Peach Blow Potatoes
iuud Ujs choice Hams, shoulders and Sides
100 sacks Liverpool salt
Black and Green Teas
Crushed. Clarified and Brown Sugars
Old Java. Bio and Ground Coffee
Spices of all kinds «
Sardines. Preserves, Citron, Ac
Becker’s Sell Rising Flour
Colgate’s Family Soap
Goshen Butter •*.
English Dairy Cheese
Just received and forsalc Give me a call. do 6
kIBLIN, BEO. & BURKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALBS, WM m LIQUORS,
CORKER WHIT Aik Kit STREET AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED It DELIVERED,
anil -. If
H. G. RUWE & CO.,
GROCERIES i LIQUORS,
WINES AND SECxARS,
Corner Bryan and St. Julian and
(FRONTING PULASKI HOIISK4
IIT Agents for «
ALE AND LAGER.
; , * LUnstamly ou hand, an assortment of
FIXE OLD BRANDY, VINES, k
Peach Valley Whiskey, Maple Valley Whiskey, Pike’s
Magnolia, Spencer's Old Rye, and Fine ,
< FOR SALE BY
C. W. THOMPS ON,
At the'Old Stand, * '•
Ul BAY STREET,
(Herald Buildings. 4
v ’ ~ Also, . .
Aleop’s Ale, Mars' Ale. Applee, Potatoes, Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider and Cider Vinegar.
Qpt6 . ts
rtKEB the liberty of Informing the public generally
that be hae juit opened, and will always keep on
band a fall supply ot
Fresh Family Groceries,
of all dvecriptionsnnd of the best quality, which he
offers for ante at reasonable rates. Corner Junes and
Barnard strdeia. at Khrlioh's old stand lilß-lm
I ALES WIUES JBIU^OIIS 6SfCARS
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
*030" * —a
nßr«wa s N Maiiiluid Scahs.
T TSED by tbe United States and Foreign Govern-
VJ menta for more then
j THIK't’Y YEARS,
Adapted to any branch of business for foreign or
home markets. Warranted accurate and durable.
Sales rooms No. S Barclay st., near Broadway. N. Y.
ly R. BROWN. Manufacturer.
Dio. 38 Beckman Htheet
Corner of William, '.
NEW YORK,. ;
Manufactnrer of Stationary, Photographic Albums,
v Music Paper, Folios, Books, Ac
n2l-8m • ‘
mtlE undesigned are prepared to receive goods at
X their Warchpose.-free of expense rtnd cov
ered by Insurance—for ehipment to Augusta and
points beyond by their regular llbe of light draught
boats. Apply to CHAS. t. COLBY/^
septlffl—tf t*)t. Bay and Atftrcorn sis,
The new light-draught steamer
will leave on her regular trip for Augusta on
Friday, lflh Instant, at s s. in. a
For freight or passage, with excellent accommoda
Mobs, apply to r
' > LaROCHE A WRIT.
= ■ dl4-2 - Jones* Block.
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS,
The Ught-draught steamer
Capt. J. H. MORGAN,
is receiving freight this day at the Old Fiords Steam
boat Wharf Riot of West Broad street, and will leave
as above on
Malai-day next, 16th. at 6 in.
Tills boat Is new, bat large carrying capacity, la
exceedingly light dsnught, can navfgaUi the river at
lie lowest stage, and offers superior Inducements to
Fur height, apply to
414 It 1 Bunding? iiayrirasl
R. M. MAY,
JBxbSHSF i m
"-" L - *- ■ ■
. _ B»me.
FOB NiEW YOBK
JEmsstxr'' «• *—« w.
•MB W For freight, apply to
CHARLES L. COLBY A (XA,
“'•* Corner Alan born and Bey aU.
FOR NEW YORK.
Atlantic* Mail Mtimmsklp
PASSAGE REDUCED TO - 00
w f:-. The new and feet tide-wheel steam
SAN JACINTO. Izrreiand, mas
SSfidE9b ter, will sail as above, on
ffstsrdsjr, Dee. lfttli, mt o’clock.
For freight or peerage, having nnsurpacsed sccom
modations, apply to
B. H. HARDEE,
No. 12 Stoddard’s Range.
GARRISON k ALLEN. Agents,
dll No. S, Bowling Green, N. Y.
NEW-. fifty YORK.
The new end splendid ateamsklp VIRGO. Buikiey,
master, will leave for the above port 00
Saturday, Dec. 14th, ut o’clock.
For freight or passage, having splendid accommo-
Uonu apply to OCTAVUB COHEN.
for new York.
The fine Steamship NEVADA, Carpenter, Com
mander will leave for tire above port on A
Saturday, Dec. IS, at • o’clock 4. an.
For freight or passage, having superior Mate ffbom
accommodations, apply to
dll BRIGHAM, BALDWIN * CO.
FOR NEW YORK,
MUL MSHIP COMPANY.
PASSAGE AT REDUCED RATES.
Pare *BO I
Tbs very feet sailing Steamship
EUT E R P E,
J. B. BLDRIDQE, Commander, ■ ' r
Will positively sell on bet regular day,
Sunday, 17tk Hast., at S o’eloek a. in.
For freight or passage, which will be ha low as any
other line, apply to
414 JOHN R. WILDER, Agent.
REDUCTION OF PASSAGE RATES!
CmMa Paisage, 4M> Deck, DO
The new and splendid steamship HUNTER, Rogers,
commander, will leave for the above port on her regu
Saturday, December 16, at • o’clock.
For freight or paaaage, '.having superior accommo
dations. apply to
<ll3 HUNTER A GAMMELL
The new and very hat Reamer
B C O R P I Ol
' Capt. N F. ROGERS,
Will de detained until
Friday, Dec. Utk, sat 8 o’clock st, m.
• ■ .- ■ -
on account of the weather, to afford shippers an op
portunity of Handing their goods forward.
For freight or passage, apply to '
KEIN A CO.,
<ll4-1 114 Bay street.
V - t •
Gen. Shepley, . V
v*. / Clarion,
Will make Tri-weekly Tripe to Doctortown, Hi con
nection with the Atlantic and Golf Railroad, leaving
Savannah on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
Through freight payable by shippers at ear office.
Freight received daring the week, and stored free
For freight or pusage apply to
CHAS L COLBY A CO.,
■2O Comer Abocetn and Bay streets.
. rr The new Steamer
y . Capt Louie M. Coxatter,
WU leave as abort
■vary latartay, at 0 a. ui.
For height or passage apply to
s R. W. ADAMS, or
J. 8. CAHHUTHKKB.
die Hodgson's Range, Bay street.
TOUCHING AT HILTON HEAD,
The el eg eat steamer
UK I A HriUGIIE, '
.Cjiy** 1 " «• **•- •«
■matey Meaning, tails, • n'slnek*
ful *»a.l -hi use .. ■dhatTi t --- ummu
VIA BRUNSWICK, ST. MAHTS4I*!£*■" 1
NANDJNA, JACKSON mist JMdV
PICOLATA. A *3l
The new end lest sailing Steamer ,
Capt. N. King,
Havleg been placed permanently upon this route nlß* .
leave for the shove places on
K very Thursday Morning, nt IU o’clock.
•For freight ot peessge, having splendid cabin act
Cjamnodatlon, apply ou »joaril. at the Florida Steam
Packet wharf, or to
~ „ CLAGHORN A CUNNINGHAM,
Change of* iYay. j
united STATES MAIL LITPHS ,4-
FOR PAUTKA, FLA.,
VIA DARIEN, BRUNSWICK, ST. MA- * 1
RYS, FERNANDINA, JACKSON
VILLE AND PICOLATA. * '
The Well known ateamer formerly the 8t Johns, hut
Capt O. M. INGRAHAM,
WHI leave the wharf foot of West Baoad street
EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, at 10 o’clock pre
cisely for the above Landings.
Fur freight or passage, apply on board or to
L. S. BENNETT, Agent, *
Corner West Broad and Bay streets,
Asents—Darien. A. A. DeLortnt.
Jacksonville. J. 8. Samis Jk Cos.
Palatka, H. R. Teasdale.
Freight payable by shippers. dl2
REGULAR WEEKLY STEAMER
Savannah & Doctortown,
Connecting regnlarly aud punctually with the At
lantic and Gulf R. R.
The new, light-draught, iron aide-wheal steamer
(Mata boat to the William a Gibbons,!
Capt THOMAS DANIELS,
Having superior accommodation for freight and
passengers equal trt any of the ocean steamers, will
ply regularly between tbe above points,
• Leasing SAVANNAH every TUESDAY MORNING
DaYmoRNING U ‘* DOCTO * TOWN ew J THURB
- Is the desire of the owners of the Two Bore to
make her an accommodation bast for the merchants
of Savanpah and the merchants and planters along
the line of the A. AG. R. R„ until the completion or
that road. and with this object in view, no effort will
be spared on the pert of her owuers, agents and of
ficers, to meet the wants of the freighting and trevel
Freight stored to our warehouse on Dillon's wharf
free Os charge. • ERWIN A HARDEE
D. Janes Dillon, Agt at Doctortown. <H2-2W
Tbe magnificent iron side-wheel Steamship
Will sun for Baltimore on
Saturday, Dec. 16} at o’clock.
Th© accommodatioufl for passengers on board this
steamer are superb, and travellers desirous of viaitiDr
New York and other Northern cities, will save two
hundred miles of sea travel and act throogh tickets
st tbe same rates as charged by other lines. Dy taking
passage on the Richmond. •
For freight or passage apply to
LaROCHE * WEST, Agents,
dU ~ 6 Jones’ Block. ,
FOR " ’ ' J ' L
HAWKINSVILLE AND MACON,
TM A TVTTTFX QOMimp,
Will leave aa abovo with despatch. For freight,
which will be reectved at the Upper Hydraulic Press
Yard, aad covered by insurance until placed on board
the steamer, apply to
“ e * BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
Rio De Janeiro.
~ • CALLING AT
St. Thomas, Para, Pernambuco and Bahia
The United States and Brazil Mall
jrfjfWsqFfz? Company will dispatch
-iljk■ LCkj—ri-. On the 00th us every month,
A NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP,
To Leave at 3 o’clock, p. m.,
From Pier 43, North River.
All letters have to pass through the Post Office.
An experienced Burgeon will be in attendance a
For freight aa nasaage, having splendid accommo
datlons, apply o
THOMAS ABENCIO A 00.,
oct!1-3m No. IT, Broadway, Nejr York.
LaROCHE, GADBN A UNOfeLES,
a2Utl ' Ageotk.
The new ffrst claaa clippar ship
la now loading rapidly at Lower Press, and having
large engagement*will buy* quick despatch.
For freight or passage (taken at lowest tales) apply
<0 * CHAS. L COLBY A CO.,
o'*** *■ coiner Ahercoru aud Ray sta.
FOE LIVERPOOL ~
tfiv The Rritlah betk CROBCO. Gamy, mas
ter, capacity lew Bales Lotion.
OIVBNTT FIVE buses Phre crackers, hut raasleed
dIM 1»* Bay at reel.
THK BINGHAM BCHOOL,
MLHANKVIIJ.K, N C,
'I'MB aast Msefov iwgiua Maich tik IS*A sad mm
1 llaeae Mly w.ekf uSa.ua tu % people us 11..
goal and HoaUi Ike dvamagU of aVuhiLat MM
withs Hinter *asute.^|m|'^w|u|^<lieM^