SAVA.JN Is AH.
IK|i«rlun of 9t£am>hi|i. anil Hi.miun.
FOU NEW York.
Steamship Nsvatl*. fcaturdny, December ICtb, at *
u'clock a- »•
Steamship Virgo, Saturday. December lGtli, at
Steamship Euterpe. Sandav, Di eotnber 17th, at S
o'clock a. nr.
Steamship San Jacinto, Saturday, December 10, at
SteamahlP Richmond, Saturday, December 16, at
Steamebip William Tibbetts, Sunday, December 17,
Steamer Minnie Brandt, Friday, Dc aimber 16th, at
9 o'clock a. in.
Steamer Express, Saturday, December 16!h, at 6
o’clock p. m.
Steamer Wm. G. Gibbous, every Saturday morning
at 9 a. m. ''
• FOB CHARLESTON.
Steamer City Point, every Saturday morning, at 9
steamer Charles Houghton, Monday morblug, lftli,
at 8 o'clock
Steamer Two Boys, every Tuesday morning, at 8
Steamer Orient, every Tuesday warning, at 7
Steamer Gen. Shepley, every Sunday uiornHig,
at 7 o’clock.
Steamer Clarion, every Thursday morning, at 7
Steamer Fountain, every Tuesday morning, at
Steamer City Point, every Wednesday afternoon,
at 4 o’clock.
Steamer Liszie Baker, every Thursday morning, at,
Steamer St. Johns, every Saturday morning, at
Steamer Helen Getty, every Saturday morning, at'
SALK OF THE SEA ISLAND HOTEL AT'HIITOC
UItAD.— I The new Sea Island Hotel, with its complete
out lit of new furniture, Is advertised to be sold at
auction on Wednesday, January 3, by Messrs. Bell,
Wylly & Christian, of this city. The Sea Island
Hotel has been opened but a tew months, and itself
and all its complete and elegant appointments are
almost new. The Hotel contains sixty rooms, all
completely furnished, and has connected with it a
billiard saloon with four flue tables, which, togeth
er with alt the other appurtenances, will be includ
ed in the sale. 'Piio sale of this hotel will not fail to
attract the attention of many classes of buyers.
Dealers in furniture or parties wishing to procure it
on advantageous terms for hotels or residences, can
procure any articles they desire; while to any one
wishing to open a hotel where It now stands, or to
it 1 in ova it to some other locality, tile buildings being
of the most approved kind of portable construction.
This sale offers a rare opportunity for investment.
The sale will be positive and without reserve. See
Ena Nogs.—A sample of this rich and delightful
beverage, In bottles, lias been sent us by Messrs. M.
J. Solomous ■£• Cos., who have received a large in
voice of a superior article of it. Nothing could he
more wholesome or invigorating than the egg ttogg
ol this “brand,” and uutliing better for the ap
Wens. H. g, Lee, and Slonewall Juckion.
Mr. Ferine, of New York, has just presented to the
world two master pieces of art, in the lithographed
portraits of these celebrated Southern Generals, Lee
and Jackson. Nothiug can exceil tliem in perfection
of artistic skill, and life-like representation. They
are published on the finest print paper, 19 by 34
niches for framing, and sold by House, Bristol Si Cos.,
publishers, New York, at only SI.OO per copy. Age fits,
aud the trade are supplied iu orders of not less than
twelve, at fifty ccuts per copy, being twenty-five
mnls below the regular wholesale price.
Avery rare chance is thus otto red to agents who
eau readilyTffcke trom $36 to SOO per day, aud often
much more selling these splendid portraits.
"The Americanbtutesman,” a National famjly pa
per, published in New York, weekly, at s 1-00 pur an
num, sends one of either of the above portraits, as a
prize, free, to every suoscriber to that sheet, who
sends In his name, aud $1.60 subscription before the
■middle of January next. One copy of the portraits
Bail five copies of the Statesman, will be sent as Sam
ples toany agent on receipt of one dollar. Address
. HOUSE, BRISTOL & CO.,
Publishers, 67 Nassau street. New York.
Fsoh BostuN.—TUe scrciV steamslup Win. Tib
bets, Captain Conry, with quite a lull freight uud
several passengers, arrived early yesterday morning
from Boston, consigned to Richardson
■We make tbe following extracts from lim- log:
Dec 9th— Sailed from Boston at 6:30 P.M. butne
night off Cape Cod experienced a heavy gale from
the southeast, with a thick log*
Dec. jeth—Passed through Martha’s Vineyard
Sound. Wind westerly and quite fr esh.
Dec. 11th—Experienced a moderate gale from the
southeast; quite a heavy sea rolling; thick fog.
Doc. 13th—Thick fog; Wind atjlight southwest.
Dec. I3tu—Moderate weather, with northwest
Dec. mil—Strong breeze from northward, weather
very thick. At 2P. M. saw Charleston Harbor. At
8 P. M. passed Martin’* Industry IJghtahip, saw two
steamers at 11P. M. anchored offTybee.
Dec. 15th—At 7 o’clock A. M. took pilot and run
'uto Tyboe Roads.
The STEAMsmr Hcsteb.—The steam ship Hunter
which was advertised to sail lor New York to-day,
will not sail until to-morrow (Sunday), at 8 o'clock
A. M. She was unavoidably detained beyond the
drst announced hour.
Arrival ok the Richmond.—'The Steamship Ricft
tliw.J. Caplaiu Barney, from Baltimore ou thelutli,
arrived here yesterday evening. The Richmond ex
pt-tmuc«4 heavy weather. We are indebted to Pur
ser Emory for file of Baltimore papers.
The Theatre.—A crowded house attended Mr.
Raymond’s benefit last evening. Mr. R. was in ex
cellent lrumor, aud the benefit was felt to be -ffutual
ou all hands. The bill for this (Saturday) ev jning is
“ Jack Shepard” aad the “Lady of the Lake.”
—Two per cent, of all tlie .fractional cur
rency received at the Treasury for redemp
tion i6 counterfeit.
—There are now at the University of Vir
ginia 430 students, nearly qjl of whom were
iu the Confederate army during the war.
—Ohio is the only Bute that came out ol
Tut twar with a redaction of its State debt,
Itstitbt is now $13,500,751; in 1860 it was
—Tvwj children, a boy of 12 and a girl o
h years, were murdered by a negro a short
li ßc since while on their way to school, iu
Ll Dorado, Ark. Tho negro first attempted
rape upon the girl. •
—The counsel for Mrs. Kirby, now on trial
81 Richmond, for shooting her husbimd,
jukes the ground that her jealousy amounted
<i insanity, and upou tj)e pica they expect
The New.Ojlcans Bee is authorized lo
announce that an agency will »oou ho open
*ti In that city to accept propositions Irom
J* 1 * Ranter* lor a certain number ol Abmtlc
“‘"tigruuti. Hindoo* or Chliwao.
”~A person Irom Tula* reports that evory
I"*' 1 li filled with movers, hurrying and
Willing each other hi aoaruh of now homes
*"'l fairer prospects A spirit ol restluss
-1 *" ‘•••■a to have isUsu posamwlon ol many
'***> move duply with tl»« datlrs for 8
‘““fie, ho iiMtU'l wlial
* A l-iidoa publisher «uitoiiucu« "'lll*
'• Ih fort lha Ih lugK, ” by |*|o|* FlgUlvf,
el." 4 Ideal Isildk'SlMis ol Ihu Ao
soil I Wit butt'll'd tod etfild fig
*.-.* 1,1 •"'lhils, plfiMte, sod other totßil M
j —llilUtn Head has two steam fire-engines
-"-Mrs. T. K. Hu rev. an English writer,
lias a'uovel in tin; prcsß with tin- title of
“ Hur.otletl Jeßsaline."
—Belle Boyd, tint Southern heroine, will
shortly appear on the stage.
—Queen \ icloria has sent a large parcel
of toys to amuse the little patients in the
Hospital for sick children in Great Ormond
btreet, London. .
1 he British Parliament will assemble on
the 28 tli of January.
Charles Inh;tw, his wife, and only child
were drowned last week while skating oil a
pond in Maine. Three brothers named Bnn
kei were drowned on ihe day before iu a
pond in an adjacent town.
—When tv wife uugs her husband, it is al
vyltVs because she wishes to get “ around
him. ’ -
Messrs. Trubner & Cft., Loudon, ate
about to publish the first number of anew
comic scientific periodical, entitled “Gam
mon and Spinach.”
—lt is said thirty the Empress of Mexico
transacts all ihe business pertaining to the
government. She is said lo be a shrewd and
• gshiiigton Jottings.
claims of “loyal” citizens for damages.
A Senator to-day gave as his estimate that
the amount oi claims for damages to loyal
citizens and claiius ot loyal States growing
out of the war, would reach the sum of three
hundred million dollars. Doubtless this is a
somewhat exaggerated estimate, btlt tile sttni
will probably reaeb two hundred millions
dollars. Claims of this character are receiv
ed with caution by Congressmen, and they
are backward .about establishing a precedent
tor the recovery of snch damages, as they
are susceptible of the practice of immense
frauds, and (hire is no certainty us to when
thread will he reached, nor to what huge
sum the claims may be swollen.
general banks’ Views.
General Banks was serenaded, and res
ponded at some length. In the course of his
remarks he spoke of the unify of sentiment
apparent in Congress ; against the admission
Os Southern Congressmen, and. approved of
the sentiment of the Message that treason
was a crime and must be made odious, and
rebellion forever rendered an impossibility,
lie defended liis course iu Louisiana, and
declared that it had the full approyai of
President Lincoln, .lie thought the future
bright tor the progress of freedom end hu
manity, and regarded the President's Mes
sage as an admirable document.
black suffrage in the district.
The radicals of tlffi Senate carried their
point in arranging the Committee on the Dis
trict of-Columbia so as to secure any mea
sure they choose to bring forward giving the
negroes tile right of suffrage. A bill qf this
kind has already been framed, aud will be
reported at the proper time. It will be stub
bornly resisted by the conservatives of both
THE VACANCY ON THE SUPREME BfrNClf.
The President has under consideration the
appointment of a Supreme Judge vice Cat
trim deceased. The district from wipe is the
Judge will be appointed consists of Tennes
see, Louisiana, Arkansas and Missouri. He
will probably fill it in a few clays. The most
prominent names are those ot Horace May
nard and Return J Meigs’
bill to Fill vacancies in the presidency.
Mr. Thayer (Rep., Penn.,) introduced a
bill amending the act declaring the-offleer
who shall act as President Os the United
Slates, in c ise of death, resignation, removal
or disability ot the President. It was refer
ed to the Committee on Hie Judiciary. The
bill provides that in wise of the death, resig
nation, removal or disability of the President
,or Vice President of the United States, the
President of the Senate pro tempore ; and in
case there be no President of the Senate, the
Speaker of the House of Representatives for
the time being; and in case there he Speaker
of the House, the Chief Justice of the'United
States; and in case there be no Chief Justice,
then the Justice of the Supreme Court who
lias been longest commissioned shall act as
President-until the disability be removed, or
anew President elected.
An Advertising “Podge. ' -Tlio London
Spectator, in ihe coarse of a caustic aud de
nunciatory criticism of anew poet, remark
ed : “And this -extraordinary production
Mr.— modestly conceive* to be equal to
Gcethe.” The nuducions publisher managed
to make a favorable notiue out of tbis lor his
advertisement, thus :
“Extraordinary production * * equal
The English Mwistry.—Sir Robert Peel,
the unpopular Irisn Secretary of Slate, has
resigned, and will be succeeded by Mr. Chi
chester Forte.'cue, one of the most rising
members of the liberal party. Mr. Hull will
retire from the Vice Presidency of the Board
of Trade, to make room for Mr. Gosclien,
the merclmnt member from ihe city ol Lou
don, and the author of the '‘Theory of For
eign Exchange.” The Duchy of. Lancaster,
vacant by the appointment of Earl Granville
to the Embassy at Berlin, will lie conferred
upon Earl de Grey, who will retire from the
War Office in favor of the Duke of Somer
set. Tho vacancy at the Admiralty thus
created will probably be filled by Mr: Milner
The friend? and • acquaintance of Mr. »nd Mrs. JO
SEPH RUCKKRT arc invited toattend the funeral of
Ihe f.irlnor, from the corner of Harrison and Walnut
streets. This Afternoon, at 2 o'clock.
Darien Humber Market.
[Reported by Janies T. P.itewon ]
Darien, Oa.. Dec. 14) 1865.
The receipts of timber up to date have been m'ode-'
rate. Very Utile timber lias been cul, and Ihe want
of teams and supplies to bring forward what is ready
for hauling, will keep the market hare of good ship
ping timber lor some time.
All classes offering meet with ready sales at about
the following prises:
Mill Timber * 12a 16 per M.
Ranging Square Timber $16a20 per M.
Ship Plank, rough edge, s3oii3s.
djvei'kl o-irgj-A? h iv.r Ot oa sltiji,):! North.
Lumber—ls in pood demand, the mills are sawing
’ mostly to order, at about the following rates :
Boards and Scantling s:l6a4t>.
Aiiq> Plank, rough edge, ssi‘ia3S.
Two or three vessel* loading.
Timber.- The receipts for the wedk have hceu very
limited, partly on account of a break in the canal.'
Several lots have been off -red to arrive, tint pur
chasers are nofdisposed to pay all the prices asked.
W'e quote Mill Timber, tourtil logs sl2jil6 per M
bqnare shipping, well hewn, S2OaS4 per M.
Choice lengths, well hewn, e.4:12;.
lUlnln’tili-e Aliimmu- Tills liny,
Sun rises «« * ■ Moon uses 6 10
Hun sola 4 ..J High water a 16
I .ii.l OF HA tNNAII
Full'tv, lice, It, 1866.
A rrl veil.
Hlrainaliip Tytuio, Ciewill, lor New York, linn
tar A li.none li,
Hnaiuslnp ItieliUßuel, ITunell, DalUuiora 1.4
lloi'ho A Real,
to miner il M 1.5.1, Tailor, Dmieu M A t'olieu.
MteumiM Ahoison, Johuowu Augosia -iawlo A
Mleamef KII», llowlsiel li ii,i,n M * I i.le-ii
kleumar '.so Miepley, Mniiim, |#o, i,,u„on •t' I.
OuHiy * t’o.
I'ef «*»4||»*r |l H t 001, (no* |>4|V D's bale* U'/
per M»atu*r tumwin, front AUtfOtia I Am, h<«taa
Dotlou Si el eel's
Fat abate". K G (r.ee ti.eise ate b.u.«tHpo,
l'»r alcttluer Use too l,is», limu l>-e loiiowe (a*
(Mia* epi.iw lott'-e, 4 Uw at* tetotto do, • o« » out.
frer steamship Win Tlbbeu, from Boston—J A J
M< I'unougli. A L Colburn. Mr» Gntflan, K (vans, J
■ . A Men, W B 1! uu Herman, Mrs Allen, Mr* Invu
Urn, Mrs Show, C*jil A B Chance, L T Watllelgli. A
Per steamship Richmond, from Baltimore—li W C
Haim. II; W C Childs. Mr Puiieuy C F Gilmore and S
on .leek. .
Pqre'camur Amazon, from Augusta—t H Mott. 8
A Keiues, it K Solomons.
Per steamer Ella, from Darien—Col Mangln, E W
Per steamer Gen Slmpley. from' Doclortotrn—Mrs
M k il.-lK.au. Miss L Del,eau, Mrs U W Catupell, J T
Robinson, !at Loot, I. H Andrews, B Wood, L W lid vs
! II W Butler, \V A Smith, O A Hodge, H P Grey, L
Per steamship Win Tlbbeu, frein Boston—Ttson A
j <4, <■ S O’Uenru, lticfiunison A B, Colby A Cos, JAW
1 Hullieriord, VY M Walsh, M U Williams. M Newmark
j Enrin AH, Order, J Kenuv. J HB A Bro, T J Dun
| oar A Cos, S S Miller, D Eglvey, H Wataliouse, Chip
lii.in A Chapin, L J Guilmartin A Cos, L H Boaut, J
lleury, Schuster A 11, Ctaghuru A C, o W ink
Lamar, s L Willey, K A Calm.
I’er steamer H At Look (rum Darien—Brißiam, B
A Cos. M A Coheii. .
Per steamer Amazon, trom Augusta—o I. Colby.
Brady, S A Cos. B A Whitehead, B, Baldwin A Cos, K
A Ha idee, L Padetfol'd, o Cohen, B M Neely, Jones
.v Way, 11 M Davenport, U A B, W H Stark, K Mar
tin, W II Adams.
Per steamer Ella, from Darien—R A Cann, E F
Metcalf A Cos, A 8 Hartrulgs, B. Baldwin A Ce, E A
Bryan, H A Cos, A Low, J Richardson.
a’.-r steamer Geu shepley, from Doctortown—A G
Browne, Tison A G, J \v Anderson A Son, E Padel
ford, L .1 Guilniai-tlu, Bryan, U a- Cos, Dodge J Strick
Mini ora lid a.
Steamer Amazon, Hour Augusta, reports—Dec 13
passed str Gen Berry at Barber Shop, bouud up;
passed all- Staudislt at New Savannah, bound up;
passed sir l-uniue Lehr, at Barney's Cut, bound up ;
Dec 13th, passed str May at Steel Creek, bouud up;
passed sir Volunteer towing two flat. Obstructions ;
P osed sir Helen at upper head Liltie Hell, bound
up ; Dec 14, passed sir Union at Red Bluff Reach,
bouud up ; pissed str Goodsell at Briar Creek, bouud
up ; Dec 18. passed str Soorplo at Elat Ditch, bouud
up 6passed sir Miimic riraudt at,Dead .Man’s Point,
sea’ island hotel and complete
OUTFIT OF NEW FURNITURE AT
Bell, Wylly & Christian,
On WEDNESDAY, January 3d, 19C6, at 10 o'clock,
will sell on tne premises, at Hilton Head;
Tho Ntfw Sea Island Hotel, which has been finished
and opened only a lew mouths The Hotel contains
sixty rooms, all completely lurnished, and capable of
accoiumoutiiiig eeve.al hundred persons.
The Hotel aud oui-buHdmgs are of the raontxou
veuient and approved structure ; named at the North
uud brought out ready to be put up,.and dould readily
be taken down and removed, if desired, to auy other
The oil Hard Saloon contains four fine new Hilliard
AH*of the Furniture is new, and ol the latest style;
coufiatiun of bureaus. Bed.-tvaUs, chairs. Tables,
Washstjnfls, Hair and Faliuleaf Mattresses, Pillows,
Bolsters, Toilet Sets, JSc c., &c.
Fine Parlor Furniture,Walnut Dining Tables, Silver
l'lated Ware, tilafc* Ware. Crockery, Table Cutlery,
Ac , Ac., winch will be sold in lots to suit purchasers.
The above oilers a rare opportunity lor any one
wishing to open a hotel where u now stands, ur re
moving tile buddings and outfit to auy otner location
Dealers and persons w shing to furnish hotels or
private residences, may be able to procure any arti
cles of furniture they desire.
The sale will oe positive and without reserve.
'J erms cath.
Steamboats will leave Charleston aud Savannah, to
accommodate persons wishing tu attend the sale, of
which nil ihcr notice wdi be giveu. dlti-tf
l>y Bell, Wylly A Christian.
Will be sold THIS DAY, at 10 o’clock, in front of
5 kegs Butter .
5 bbls Ale
• 2 cases children’s Caps
1 case Sundries
pieces satiui ts
1 box Spanish Brown
1 box uround Coflee
1 box Soap
Damaged on board stcauislrip Clias on her passage
hoin New York to this port, and sold under inspection
and by recommendation ol Port Wardens, for account
of Underwriters aud all concerned. did
Bell, Wfllyfc Christian.
Will sell at auction THIS DAY, iu front of Store, at
* lo o'clock:
The usual assortment of Groceries, Dry Goods,
Furniture, Fancy Articles, Jewelry, Ac.
One Carnage aud st of Double Harness., did
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
Oh the first TUESDAY ir, January next, within the
legal hours of sale, will be sold In trout of the Court
House, iu Savannah: «
Tho Lot on the corner of West Broad and New
streets, South Oglethorpe Ward, 1(H) feet front on
West Broad street, by fcu# on New street. The Im
provements consist of three houses, which rent at
igOJO per annum.
SoM jor a division between the heirs.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and
AT THE STORE ON BROUGHTON STREET, -
Third door from Bull, 1
Where will be offered a general assortment of Dry
Uogds, Hoots and Shoes, Hosiery, Under-clothing,
Books, Yankee Notions, Jewelry, Ac, Ac., at the pur
chaser’s own prices.
Terms c »sh; sales positive. dl-%
AT PRIVATE SALE.
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
Small Lots of Land.
There having been *© many applications for Small
Tracts of Land lor location, the owner of the above
Land, feeling a disposition to meet this demand, has
placed iu tile market for a tew days, Lots of Five
Acres, or more, part cleared, on the Augusta Road, op
posite to the three mile stone, also on the White Bluff
Hoad, opposite to the two mile stone. tf-ul6
BY BELL, WYLLY & CIIKSTIAN.
AT PRIVATE SALE
Tito West Half of Lot No. 3, Calhoun Ward, fronting
*•' ' on Jonee street. •
The Improvements consist of a finely finished
Brick Residence containing Ten Rooms with gas
throughout, anil a well of excellent water and a fine
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
AT PRIVATE BALE.
45 acres of fine Garden Land, within the limits of the
city. The improvements consists or a first class cottage
.Ijvelling, gothic style, containing six large rooms, with
marblo mantel pices, diningroom, kitchen, library room
tarnished with shelves and glussdooi*. Outbuildings
consists uj <?.rm house, containing seven rooms, barn,
carriage hbuseind stalitcs. Pnrcha ercan have th, re
fusal ole an, fodder, hay, hones, mules, haggles and
2460 seres ot heavily timbered land, situated twenty
(20) mill-, from the city, between tlie Ogecchee and
i.'auuoclioc Roads. An excellent location for a mill, or
an A. No. 1 turpentine plantation, too acres of the
above cleared. Improvements consists of two small
dwelling houses with stables, cribs. Ac. tf-n!8
CONSIGNEES per schooner Callala. from New
York, are hereby notified that she will commence
discharging this day, foot of Lincoln street. All
go, fit list on wharf alter eunaot will he stored at risk
anil eap' us* of owners. ’’ ' /
dts-2 WM. 11. BTARK, Agent
I OUT. V -sterdsv, betw, ,m
~| MONEY, ntlleil loaaely, rontsluhig from
to+'in. The Under will receive u liberal reward by
luaylnjtHai HusolMen. t|U.2
ty/% lioXEE, Trom N«w York steamar, Iu *ood
* didJl] 1 "' i'll ah L. uouiy aca
KENNEfOXEA & CO.,
. JNia HAY HTHKKT,
j jKFWMteh- 1 I
lu.usi pouutfo Etoaklaal UaC'in
4,test pounds Uautiu Bt*as
(,Mt )s«*,'ls toss Uuireo**4l- cult 4 liams J
4,uiu poutnte Min ,|knl ntowldsia
9,uu* poun-ls Fir4l*4 MWiUtn
W iMb. awl aikUte l aM
M firkips tl“shall EgtUi
kv MOfilEj"" J *
«Irhls I'-sk and Mat", sad.l.ls ainp
unite —_ fc., Ml*
~ AT PRIVATE BALE.
By Bell, Wylly h thrbtUn.
M am* of Land. eltn*tu«l on the Vernon river,
ftbonl unit: mile* from this city. The improvement*
consul of dwelling, barn, stable*, and other nee ca
nary out building*.
Au abuiidtr.ct* of Kill. o>sl*r»s •hrunp. Jt con
Price of property, »2,uUH. n2*-tf
Auction Sale of Provisions,
Hams, Bacon, &c-
Notice is called to Grocers, Provision dealers, and
Ship Chandlers at this auction.
On BATFRDAT, 16th lose, will be sold at the stare
of Kenneth. Mcßea A Cos., 303 Bay street, at lOo'dock
4 hints very choice thin Bacon Sides
3 bbls celebrated Washington llaras, while sugar
11 bbls very choice N. Y. City cored Hams
9 do do do do Shoulders.
19 firkins leaf Lard, and 33 tubs Lard
16 do Baiter, choice
2 hhds smoked .shoulders
3 do do Hftcxm
1 do do Hams
11 les breakfast Bacon, choice
10 bbls Rump Pork
10 do Prime Pork
14 do Mess Heel, sultaifie for Slop's store
HU N A MEYER,
By T. J. Walsh.
On TUESDAY, January, 6tb. 1364, will be sold at the
Court Hou9«, in the city of Savannah, at 11 o'clock:
The Eastern Half of Lot No. 11 Jackson Ward, (fee
simple, with Improvements}, qprner of Whitaker
and Hull streets. The improvements are a two-story
brick dwelling, nine rooms, with water in tho yard
and gas through tbs house; brick stable. Both build
ings have slate roofs.
Bold by permission of the Ordinary of Chatham
county, fora dlvl-ion among the heirs.
Terms cash, purchaser paying for titles. n94
IN pursuance of an order of the Court of Ordinary
or Chatham ccunty, will be sold on the first Tucs
day In February next, at the Court House door, In
the city of Savannah., during the usual hoars or sale,
all the undivided half Interest of James Bilbo, late
deceased, tu the bhandy Hall farm, situated near the
city .if Savannah oil the Thunderbolt road; .aid farm
containing in all fifty acres, more er less.
The said half Interest sold for the nuipooe of di
vision JOHN O. FEHRILL,
~ ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
BY BLUN & MEYER.
On THURSDAY, 91st lost., at 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 the estate
of Henry Herrmau, deceased.
GEO. QEMBNDKN. Adm’r.
C AST I L LI AN
THIS uurivalled Touic prepared from the Pure
Juice of the Grape aud extracts, distilled from
the Choicest Vegetable products of the South of
France, Italy and the Province oi 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 uurivalled. 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, McINTIRF A Cos.
Sole Agents, State Georgia.
r . •
In barrels and cases. *
AT HORATIO PITCHER S,
Foot of Lincoln st., Under the Bluff.
Boots, Shoes and Brogans.
140 Congress aud ,17 St. Julian Streets,
Is enabled, through Ills permanent bouse In Bos
ton, to furnish Joebers and Dealers In this city, as
well as those In the country, with
HOOTS ANI> SHOES
et more reasons hie rales than any other house.
NOW LANDING AND FOR SALE.
0/\J|B°xcß* x, and caddies Tobacco, which we
are now offering at prices lower than it can
be bought lor in Northern cities.
MILL Sit, THOMAS k CO.,
nll-tf No. 906 Bay atreoet,
JOHN MVRRTMAM. B. H. W AKING.
JOHN MERRYMAN & CO.,
Farmers’ and Planters’ Agencv
FOR the sale of Guano, Fertilisers, live Block, Im
plements and Machinery, Seeds, Ac.
tJ7 W. TTay-ett® Street,
Refer to John S. Gittiugs, President Chesapeake
Bank ; Clias. Goodwin, Cashier Franklin Bank, Haiti
more: E.C. Wade A Cos. aud P. 11. Behu, Savannah
PERUVIAN and Swan Island Guanos, Superphos
phate. and the Bruce Concentrated Fertilizer,
are offered to the Trade at the lowest wholesale prices,
by GEO. E. WHITE A CO , 66 Cliff street. New York.
C R UTCHES.
IjMRSTsnd only premium awarded at'the American
Institute Fair, 1805,aud State FalrorPa, 1865, for
Cratches. Hartman’s Patent Elastic Rubber Crutcues
are pronounced by surgeons, and everybody else, to be
the very best ever invented. They are easy and con
venient, they prevent paralysis of the nerves, do away
with all the weariness inseparable from the use or afl
others, aud are iu aH respects unrivalled. Send for a
circular Agents wanted everywhere LOVEJOY A
Taylor, Sole Manufacturers, No. 476 k Broadway,
N. Y. 6m-n3B
LADIES’ Cloth Cloaks, • One assortment, Just re
ceived by stasia er.
ua»-tf einstftN a eckman-
THE firm of Laßoche, Gaden 4fc Unckles was dis
solved on the Ist lost, by tbe withdrawal or
Isaac D. Laßoche. The business will be continued
under the name of Gaden A Unckles, at the old
stand, corner Bay and Barnard streets, J. D. Laßoche
retaining an office with us for tbe present
Isaac and: Laroche,
BENJAMIN G. GADEN.
DAVID S. UNCKLES.
Savannah, Dee. 1, 1865. d4
Hart & Cos.,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
OFFER FOR SALE AT THEIR OLD STAND,
earner Ring and Market Streets,
GUNS, REVOLVERS, SHOT Sc POWDER
“HOE S" CIRCULAR SAWS, 8 TO GO
BAR IRON AND STEEL
METALS OF ALL KINDS
TIN AND WOOPWARE
HOLLOW -WARE OF ALL KINDS
TURPENTINE AND COOPERS' TOOLS
BRASS AND IRON WIRE CLOTH
BOLTING C'IJ/rU (ANCHOR BRAND)
MILL ROCKS (IN TO 40 INCH)
SIIAKIt I’I.ATLD GOODS
Ill'll IIS, NI*oKKN, AXES, MPKINUS,
A LA Muff VANI*fYGr<miMI4NX»IM, AT
WHIILESAU AND HUT ML.
* uaoegwiy. tmimfi, at.
Mlitlnalr an* Retail Dealer
In Fine Groceries, Boole and Shoes, Clothing, For
etell sod Domestic Wloss, Liquors and Megara
A so, Bkeitau's CJlebrated
UOLDKN ALB AND t HAMFAUNK CIDBR,
in battle and In wood.
London aud Dublin Brown Stout, Scotch and Eng.
Itslt Alee, Ac.
Liberal deductions made to tbe trade.
176 BROUGHTON STREET. SAVANNAH,
dll-tf and 62 Liberty street, N. Y.
KIRLIN, BRO. & BURKE,
wholesale rKAi.ua in
ILEX, VINES AND LIQUORS,
CORNER WHITAKER NTHKGT AMO
ORDER* PROSfPTLI FILLED R DELIVERED.
H. G. RUWE & CO.,
GROCERIES ? LIQUORS,
WINES AND SEGARS,
Corner Brvan and St. Julian and
(FUO.VTINU PILABKI HUDIEfi
W Agents for ,
ALE AND LAGER.
Constantly on hand, an assortment of
FINE OLE BRANDY, WINES, k
Peach Valley Whiskey, Maple Valley Whiskey, Pike's
Magnolia, Spencer's Old Rye, and Fine
FOR SALE BY
C. W. THOMPSON,
At tbe Old Stand,
(Hersld Buildings j
A Ison’s Ale, Mars' Ale, Apples. Potatoes, Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider and Cider Vinegar.
TAKES the liberty of Informing tbe public generally
that be haajuet opened, and will always keep on
hand a fall supply of
Fresh Family Groceries,
of all deeerlptlons and of tbe beet quaUty, which ha
offers for ssle at reasonable rates. Corner Jones and
Barnard Btreets, at Ehrlich’s old stand. nlB-lm
f FQBEI6NA DOMESTIC^BgM
1 ALES WINES JjgniQUORSAU6ARS
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
Bro wif’s stamUml “ScalesT “
USED by the United States and Foreign Govern
ments for more tban
Adapted to any branch of business for foreign wr
home markets. Warranted accurate and durable.
Sales rooms No. 8 Barclsy-sL, near Broadway. N. Y.
«cpl» lg R. BROWN. Manufacturer.
J. C. KOCH,
* No. 35 Beekman Bt roet.
Coiner of William,
Manuiactnrer of Stationery, Photographic Albania,
Music Paper, Folios, Books, Ac.
THE undersigned are prepared to receive good* at
1 their Warehouse*—free of expense and cov
ered by Insurance—for shipment to Augusta and
points beyond by tbelr regular line of light draught
boats. Apply to „ CHAS. L. COLBY,
sept29—tf cor. Bay and Abercorn sta,
-*• > • *
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS,
The ligiit*dranght steamer
Capt. J. H. MORGAN,
is receiving freight this day at the Old Flordo Steam
boat Wiiarfi foot of West Broad street, aud will leave
as above on ,'
Saturday next, ltith. at O p. ns.
This boat lb new, ha« large carrying capacity. Is
exceedingly light draught, can navigate the river at
Its lowest stage, end offers superior Inducements to
For freight, apply to
F. M. MYRKLL.
dli Harris' Building, Bay street
R. H. MAY,
Will hew diepatch for the abovo place. Goods receiv-'
ed at all time and stored in fire proof warehouse, foot
of Lincoln Street, free of lost.
' J. M. KINCHLEY, Agent.
Office hrtJtAghoru A Cunningham’*.
The May arrived In Augusta from Savannah on last
Friday with her foil freight. ts oct»
S*by steamerTby' 01 ” "" Cr “ k * r “’ J“‘ "<*lve4
HILTON A RANDBLL,
THE BINCHAM SCHOOL, ~
MEBANEVILLE, N. C.
T' HK ■«* »«sslon begins Marrb Tlh, 1860, and con
A ttnues torty weeks, offering to Hie peopfo of the
Baal and South the advantagea of a Summer School
with a Winter vaoatlon For terms, addiww
„ , WILLIAM BINUMAM.
*•>» MebanevUle, N. C.
State and County Tax CG*l
mint Bubaerlber Is s Cfindldau for re elsetlou, and
1 laaptH-ifmly asks Ihe suffiage iff th* ilUasns <4
' tltto ' NJUHOKN UOGUALL.
*«u7, rtoe, As., oe MUmmimtuu, .brink., wul
Mil si the to*fst MMfjMLttS*.
dull* -UU k LTi'iv.l
A I*4* • M, both M»eiisu4 iMas dnans
I ¥ll 4ik'4j. T*.adST a ,s.
For Palatka, Fla.,
VU hatha, ■rnaiwlsk, It. Mary% Far
uaaSlaa, JsrkMuvtfls ass Plcslsts.
(hsskfiNg with attonasr flax Yhmnls jm
Jforrp. <h«Mwfftepe, and aU
tit* at. Jfarps llwr.
FOUNTAIN. Capt G.
A W. Outner. will leave as above on TUESDAY,
the BWh last., at to o’clock e. a.
rot freight or paaeags, ept4y so board, at Pedel
ford’e wharf, aaar White’s Central Cottoa Press, of to
M. A. COHEN, Ageut.
Du flag the sbeeoee of the boat all goods will be re
reived at the warehouse oa the wharf, by Mr. W. B.
Freight payable ou wharf.
Shipper* will furnish weights had msasrureraent of
m Boat on tats route, the owners of
the Oak, with a view of accommodating the public,
have dooldou to run her between this city aud
Hawklnavtlle. She having been built at Hawklns
vllle and originally iuteuded to mu on the Altammh*
and Ocm algae, la the beet Boat adapted for this trade
st present oa thaw Waters
For freight, Ac., apply to
F. M. MYRELL,
J. & PKESDKE, Agt.
"I® 1* Broughton street.
FOR NEW YORK
Th* brig OLIVE FRANCES, F. A.
JDZ3V Small, master, la now loading for the
/yQik abate port.
mtmm mr***ht, apply h>
CHARLES L. COLBY A CO.,
D2B Corner Aberborn and Bay its.
FOR NEW YORK.
Atlantle Mail Mtoamahtp
PASSAGE REDUCED TO - SMS OO
The new and fast side-wheel ateam-
BAN JACINTO, Loveland, mas
fHS|K|||Ur. will oa
SatarAay, Dec. lltk, at o’clock.
Far freight or poaaage, having nnsurpaased accom
modations, apply to
B. H. HARDEE,
No. 18 Stoddard’* Range.
GARRISON A ALLEN, Agent*,
dll - NO. I, Bowling Qrvea, N. Y.
/sTs h hum \j
NEW Jgf YORK.
The mw and splendid steamship VIRGO. Bulkley,
master, will leave for th* above port on
Sunday. Dec. 17tk, at 8 o’clock a. m.
For freight or passage, having splendid apeoamo
tlons, apply to
dl4 OCTAVUB COHEN.
FOR NEW YORK.
The flue Steamship NEVADA, Carpenter, Com
miller will leave for the above port on
laturday, Dec. IS, ot S o’clock a. m.
For freight or passage, having superior state room
acconutodatlona, apply to
dl4 . BRIGHAM. BALDWIN 4h CO.
FOR NEW YORK,
MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
PASSAGE AT REDUCED RATES.
I . ' . ■ . - •
Faro *BO 1
* Th* vsry fast tailing Btaamshlp (
EUT E E P E,
Jt B. ELDRIDGE, Commander,
WtH positfTely tall on bar regular day,
toadajr, 17th last., at S o’clock a. m.
For freight or passago, which will be as low sa any
other line, apply to
dl4 JOHN R. WILDER, Agent.
FOB ' *
REDUCTION OP PASSAGE RATES!
CaMa Patiaf*, |tS •• Beik, *lO 00
The new an 4 splendid steamship HUNTER. Roger*,
commaadar, will kaes for theabeva port on her regu
Sunday, December 17, a* 8 O’clock a. m.
For freight or passage, having superior accommo
dations. apply to
dll HUNTER.A GAMMELL.
WDI Blake Tri-weekly Trip* to Doctortown, In con.
naction with lha Atlantic aad Gulf Railroad, kravliig
Savannah on Turadaya, Tbuisdays and Sunday*.
JzgptivSiii ans aula
The new Steamer
Oapl\o«foM. Ohiattor, ,oH
WUI latte m B*o*o J, a .
■ eorp Eotueday, at * a. to,
Pm 8*4004 ot paawga tsplj to
VIA BRUNSWICK, ST. MARYS, FER
NAND INA JACKSONVILLE AND
The new and fast aalHag Stetmar
Capt. N. King,
Baring been placed permanently upon this route will
leave for the above placet ou
Kvery Thursday Morning, at 10 o'clock.
**£2l“ w pomige, having splendid cabin ae-
PsA^f' * wly 00 board - •* the Florida Steam
racket wharf; or to
CLAGHOBN A CUNNINGHAM,
- ' ■ Agents.
Change of Lay.
t? nited states mail link
FOR PIUTKI, FLU..
VIA DARIEN, BRUNSWICK, ST HA*
RYS, FERNANDINA JACKSON- **•
\7LLE AND PICOLATA.
Tho well known Meamer formerly tbs St. Johns, but
now toe i
Capt. O. K. INGRAHAM,
Wni Jeavethe wharf foot of Wert Broad street
kvehy Saturday morning, st iu o'clock pre?
dealy for ihe above Landings. ” 8
For freight ot P •stage, apply on board or to
L. M- BENNETT, Agent,
Corner West Broad aud Bay atrvets,
Aactrs-Darien. A. A. DeLorme.
Jacksonville. J. 8. Samis A Cos.
Palatka H. R. Teasdale.
Freight payable by shippers. dt2
REGULAR WEEKLY STEAMER
Savannah & Doctortown,
Connecting wtlh th. At-
Th. paw, light-draught, Iron ttde wheel steamer
(Mato boat to the William G. Gibbons,!
Capt THOMAS DANIELS,
Haring superior accommodation for freight tad
passengvrs -equal to any of tbe ocean steamers, will
pl.v regular ly between the above points,
saS™* 33 ®"™
_5J* the a«slr® of the owners of the Two Bore to
ke* M accommodation boat for the merchants
of Savannah and the merchants and nlantera aion*
th. llMOf the A. *G. R. R., nnsllhiSLJtettou
ln Y|BW ' no effort will
oe spared on the part of her owners, agents and of*
uSpnWl” 6 ° f th ® “and trnrel
ftolght stored In our warehouse on Dillon’s wharf
free iff charge. ERWIN A HARDEE.
D - Janie Dillon, Agt at Doctortown. dl2-2w
’'' ' '
The maghlllcent Iron side wheel BteamsUlp
Will sail for Baltimore on
Saturday, Dm., 16, at o’clock.
Fur freight or passage apply to
LaHOCHE A WEST, Agents,
dU * Jones' Block.
~ FOR ~~
HAWKINSVILLE AND MACON.
* boVe w,tfa and For freight,
which Wtu be reealved at th. Upper Hydraulic Free.
Yard, and covered hy Insurance until placed on board
th# steamer, to
n2B . BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
Rio De Janeiro.
Thomas, Pete, Pernambnco and Bahia
Tke Lulled States and Brasil Mail
fr* l the 88th off every month,
A NEW AND FIHST-CLABS STEAMSHIP,
To heave nt E o’clock, p. a.,
From Pier 43, North River.
AH letters have to pan through the Post Office.
Au experienced Surgeon will be In attendance n
and& r ns fr t&“ *»*»ff»P»4Bdid accommo
a The A. No. I Ship MONT BLANC is now
rapidly loading, et White’s Press
ance of freight (harliig room only for a frw
hundred bales) Inquire of 1 “ * lew
mi Laroche, gaden a unckles,
The new first class clipper Alp
Is ugw loading rapidly at Lower Press, and haring
large engagemeutawlll bars quick despatch
F°r freight or pasasgs (rnkso at lowest rates) apply
to CHAS. L COI-BY A 00.,
e*® comer Abeieoru aad Bsy sta.
, FOR LIVERPOOL.
U4TTV- Th* British bark C«E»CO, Carrey, mas- .
>o ‘ ‘‘dht J. OAUOHRY,
if *4 Bay ttreet.
TOUCHING at HILTON HEAD,
ihe efofdM s!4BBMr
U*« *■ E. BPRAUUE,
Honda y Nwsl»|, Mlh, ut * f>slo«b.
»IM6 jtSVISte 4UBOWMT ■ jrfltollQln