B A- V_A- H .
o«p«rt* r « «*< IMtuui.klp* aad Macam.
FUR NSW vuu.
Steamship tyhee, WedncwUy, December to, at _
Steam Alp 8m •Divador, Saturday, December 23d,
•t 1 "'dock p. m.
Steamship Coaatttotion, Saturday, December 23d.
•t o'clock. •
Steamer Fanny Lehr. Wednesday, December *O, et
Steamer Steodlab, Thnrsday, December 21st, et 8
•'clock p. m.
Steamer Mary Ella, Wednesday, December 20th, at
8 o'clock a. m.
Steamer Minnie Brandt, Friday, December l*th, at
» o'olock a. m.
Steamer Express, Monday, December 19th, at 6
o’clock p. m.
Steamer Wo. G. Gibbons, every Saturday morning
at 6 a- m.
Steamer City Point, every Saturday morning, at 8
steamer Oak, Tuesday. December 18, at 6 p. m.
Steamer Two Buys, every Tneaday morning, at 8
Steamer Orient, every Tuesday morning, at I
Steamer Gen. Shepley, every Sunday morning,
at 7 o’clock.
Steamer Clarion, every Thursday morning, at 1
Steamer Fountain, every Tuesday morning, at
10 o’clock. *
Steamer City Point, every Wednesday afternoon,
at 4 o’clock.
Steamer Lizzie Baker, every Thursday morning, at
Steamer St. Johns, every Saturday morning, at
Steamer Helen Getty, every Saturday morning, at
THE BRITISH SHIP COUNTY OF PICTON.—A few days
since the new ship “County of Plcton," built In
1886, arrived at tills port from Glasgow with an as
sorted cargo, consigned to Messrs. Charles Green A
Son. The “Couuty of Pioton” Is a beautiful specimen
of marine architecture and was built In the shire
town of Plcton, Nova Scotia. The following are her
dimensions: length ol keel Is 16* feet; length over
all, 188 feet; breadth of beam, 31 feet 3 inches; depth
of hold, 18 feet 10 inches; tonnage, 683 tons, English
measurement. The ship was built under the imme
diate supervision of her master, Mr. George McKen
zie, who is well kuown in the British Provinces as a
veteran ship bulkier. At the Underwriters’ office of
Lloyd's, the “County of Plcton" Is rated Al.
Lobs of the Schooner Israel R. Snow in Ty
ree Roads.—On the 26th of November lost the schr.
Israel R. Snow, Capt. Achorn, laden with 800 bhls. of
lime and 100 bbls. of potatoes, sailed from Rockland,
Maine, consigned to Messrs. F. W. Sims A Cos., of
this city. On Sunday last the vessel entered Tybee
Roads with ber cargo on Are, having experienced
heavy weather, during which she sprung aleak and
started her upper seams. On yesterday morning it
was found necessary to beach the vessel on Tybee
Island, Inside of the outer roads, In order to save the
crew, and as much of the property as possible. The
masts of the schooner were cut away before she was
Prom Augusta.—The steamer General Berry,
C »pl. Henry, arrived yesterday from Augusta. We
are indebted to Purser Lewis for the following re
Dec. 16—Left at Augusta, steamer R. H. May;
Dec. is—lo A. M., passed steamer Goodsell, 8 miles
below Silver Bluty, bound up ; Dec. 16—11 A. M.,
/ passed steamer Volunteer, Me Bean’s Reach, bound
' u£ ; Dec. 15-12 HP. M., passed steamer Scorpio,
! Long Reaches, bound up*-, Dec. 16—1 P. M., passed
jr steamer Union, Daniels’ Landing, bound up ; Dec.
I 17—7)4 A. M.. passed steamer Gibbons, Possums Ed
dy, bound up ; Dec. 17—10 A. M., passed steamer
f Mcbiundt, Thompson’s Cow Ford, bound up ; Kren
-1 sons flat sunk above PurysburgSatnrdayl* M ; Bee.
18 —BA* A. M., passed steamer James Christopher,
1 R. R. bridge, bound np.
The Eclipse Link of Steamers.—The attention of
oir merchants and business men is called to the
wliuugu ur LUC AgeilCJ wf me mcaiuvr- B.H a *aA and
Express plying between Savannah and Augusta,
known as the "Eclipse Line.’’ Messrs. F. W. Sims A
Cos. are the new agents. The reputation attained by
the steamer Express, the first steamer paced on tne
hue. Is sufficient to warrant underwriters and ship
pers in continuing their favors to Messrs. Sims A Cos.
A few days hence the new steamer Eclipso will be
ready to make tier regular trips, after the completion
of a few additions to her machinery.
Chatham County Jail.—Yesterday afternoon Mr.
Waring Rnssell, Jailor of Chatham County, waa
placed by the Government in charge of one half of
Chatham County Jail. We are pleased to know that
Mr. Russell Is again at this post, where be .la the
right man In the right place. Mr. Russell has se
cured the services of Mr. George Canfree, as his de
puty. With the efforts of the officials of the Govern
ment and of Mr. Kusseil and his assistants, the jatl
will be kept in excellent condition, and its inmates
under strict discipline.
Vegetables.—On Saturday afteruuuu last, Mr,
Xlcholas Gull, one ol the Industrious gardeners or
Lover’s Laue, had exposed for sale a bountiful sup
ply of diuuer TCgetalilca. Be had on hand a quan
tity of lettuce which, by great care, he has been en
abled to Introduce several weeks In advance of other
gardener*. We are also pleased to notice that our
market Is well supplied with vegetables from the
other gardens In the vicinity of Savannah.
Removal or tub Tkleubaph Office.—The Tele
graph office, which has bltheuo been located in the
Exchange building, Is now removed to the City Hotel
on Bay street. Two rooms oh the second door of the
building on its east front have been secured for the
operator’s room, office, etc. The hall leading to the
office will be well lighted during business hours in
:the evening, unlike the old office, au Improvement
that will be appreciated. *
The Prize Portraits of Generals Lee and
The portraits of these two celebrated Southern
Qeuerala, published by George E. Ferine, New York,
are now ready for delivery at only SI,OO per copy.
The Publishers of the American (statesman have
secured au unlimited number of them to offer as
premiums for subscribers to their popular sheet.—
Cvery subscriber will receive a copy of eltber, se
cured on rollers and seat to his address, postage
Paid, free. *
As the Statesman Js a large family weekly paper,
suited to the Soutewu taate, piled with'useful. In
struct ire, and autertalning reading, we commend It
to the patronage of every Southern reader. Its In
ducements for clubs are very splendid and we trust
It will receive a great Impetus hereby. It- may be
had at $1.60 per snnum, by addressing
dla-eodl Office, 07 Nassau Street, N. Y.
Akkival of the Tvbeb.— The screw steamship
Tybee, Capt. Isaac Crowell, of Huuter A Uaminell’s
’me, seventy-three hours from New York, arrived off
jhe bar on Sunday evening about 7 o'clock, reach
ing Uie city yesterday morning. The Tybee had
good freight and passenger ilst. We are Indebted to
tee Purser for favors.
PsßioMCAhi.—Oodey’e Lady's Book, The Chimney
t'oraer, Harpers' Weekly, Round Table, etc., are re
ceived at EMlQ’a News Depot, Bull street, back of the
Uodey’s lor this mouth Is the holiday number, and
abounds in beautiful eugravlngs, fashion plates and
kSFoKI ms HONOK HOWARD C. ANOSHSUM, MAVOR OF
OITY OF SAVANNAS.
SAVATNAff, Dec. ISth, IBM.
• tenon (City Police) vs. Martin Forrester, lupro
*"r i oiniuct, drunk and disorderly lu the public
•ttrewt’s. Pined as and coatt.
~**■ Hall icily police) vs. 11. Hell, Impniper eonduci.
siieiupuut io take meat from market fined $v »l»*l
*‘«w’d * a *frtult was i ommuled io the City
•’ssttihAL -Tim Mon. James H Seward, ol Tlmmas
“tenty, an ired In thle oily utt Veslerday floiu Dec
“Hewn, by the steamer orient. Mr Seward Matte-
PONiaed ae a wlUiese 111 the eaae of Urn Mseers U
Hrawinn, In cesunanii of Mm post eras
••••parted nn pmSerder Htoittiug sot Aegnsts.
, "“ball -uuito ending tee IStlt Males *eiersa
•**s*u'i"' ******** Hisunea in naumeml M
CaaisniAS at mi Vuuts Gaetsv.—Messrs. Wat
gaud A Schwarz, the pruprMors us the Volks Uotten,
will, M Uw suUcUsOua of isaajr ftteuda. ouMuitday
evening next, give a grand ball si the VuUs (toi
led. In the centre us the (torteti till be erected »
mammoth Christmas Tree, Uiumioatsd and laden
with beaulUul presents lor the guests of the erenlnf.
Thb Cask of tim Strauss Falcon.—Thle well
known river steamer, which was a few days sines
placed ander military guard for an alleged refusal to
transport from Augusta to Havannab a number of
United States soldiery was last evening released by
he Government. The Falcon will leave for Augusta
Miniature Aiiaauae—TlUs Day,
Sun rises 6 66 Moon rises a 43
Sun sets 4 SB|High water 8 21
FORT OF SAVANNAH.
SUNDAY, Dec. 17, 1866.
Steamship Tybee, Crowell, New York,—Hunter
steamer Orient, Taylor, Doetorlown—Cbss L Colby
Steamer Fannie Lehr, Lewis, Augusta—West. Bry
au A Cos.
Steamer L Enos, McCauley. Augusts—L J GuUmar
Steamer Oak, McCauley, Augusta—J b PresdeeA
Steamer Gen Berry, Henry, Augusta—Chas L Col
by A 00.
' Steamer City Point, Coxeter, Palatka, Ac.—R W
Steamer Clarion. Morse, Doctortown—Chaa L
Colby A Cos.
Barge Bumbler, Gray, Augusta—R Habersham A
Steamship Richmond, Foxwell, Baltimore—La-
Roche A West.
Steamer City Point, Talbet, Charleston—K W
Steamer Express, Morgan, Aug ns to—F M Myrell.
Per steamer Gen Berry, from Augusta—2o4 boles
upland cotton, 13 dp sea blond do, 88 do domestics.
Per steamer L Enos, from Augusta—*9B bales up
land cotton to J R Wilder.
Per steamer Oak, from Augusta—626 bales cotton
to O Cohen.
Per steamer Fannie Lehr, from Augusta—624 bales
upland cotton, 3 do domestics.
Per steamer Clarion, from Doctortown— l26 bales
upland cotton to A G Brown.
Per barge Rambler, from Augusta—l 36 bales up
Per steamer Orient, from Doctortown—l7o bales
upland cotton, *6 do sea Island do.
Set steamship Richmond, tor Baltimore—74 bales
upland cotton, 200 empty seks, a bales wool, 3 bbls
dried fruit, and pkgs radge.
Per steamer City Point, for Charleston—B bales sea
Per steamship Tybee, from New York—J Burke, D
Cockchutt, L Si-human, J Nellinger, J Bergen, G L
Seagrave, F Bergen, L Fredcnburg, Maj E W Drum
mond, J A Brown, G T Brown, Mr McNamara and
lady, W smith. J II Keller, T 11 W'alth, O Morgan, J
Grant, J Simon, M Cohen, W Muhsn, U N Osgood, L
W Bryant, Miss GrasUer, J H Futuau*. J M Alktu, Dr
J A Winkler, Maj S W Tuttle, G Pullln, B F Bqulre,
A B Nye, O Noble, L Titters. M Baker, M McCormick,
Capt w Taylor, T Sullivan, W K Owens, S Hyde, W
M Gilmore, and 23 steerage.
Per steamer Orient, rrom Doctortown— Mrs JNlcols
Mrs Lumpkiu, H Camp, A P Wright, Hon J L Seward
A M Sloan, J Booth, J R Hayes.
Per steamer Gen Berry, from Auguita—S A Ran
ger and 3 deck.
Per steamship Tybee, from New York—Adams Ex
Cos, J M Alnsley, G H Arlcdge, U W Alien, J A Brown
Bluu A M, Botiiwell A W, W A Beard, Brigham, B A
Cos, B, Smith A Cos, Wll Burroughs rs Cos, R Ballore.
Dr H L Byrd, G Briimnel, R Bradford, C R R, C L G,
G Bohn, C, Olcott A Cos, Crane, J A Cos, C, Purse A Cos
Claghoru A C, R Cowdin. M A Cohen, A M Cohen, 3
M Colding, Mrs Cocks, G T Dortlc, D A L, M J Doyle,
J H Deppish, Duncan AJ, Doyle A Lyon, 1> A 8, Er
win A H, E A Bckmau, E Ehrlich, E D S, D Finnegan
A L Fredenburg, Fulncr & Pollock, Florida Steam
boat Cos, M Fei st A Cos, Gaden A U, G A L, O A Selig,
J Gardiner, A Galloway, R A L Goldsbarg, G W Gar- -
molly, C L Gilbert, G V, G L O, G H H, E J Uowdy, U
A Gammell, Hess A G, J Hopkins, Holcombe A Cos, T
Holcombe, It Habersham A Son, F M Hull, Hertz A
Llinberg, E C Harlock, C V Hutchins, Hilton A It, H
Hayrn, H A W, A B Ives, Jacksonville Steamboat Cos
J 11, J M J, J H Jennings. J Klucliley, Kenneth McLea
A Cos, N B Knapp, K A B, R J Lavcombe. Lovell <1 L,
J Lama, Lathrop A Cos, W H May, J McMahon A Cos,
J C Mathews, W H McMurphy, M McCormack, J C
Maker A Cos, B Mallon, J U Mathews, M S Myer, M,
Thomas it Cos. W A K Mcintire. J McKlroy, B M Neely
Pease, H L Palmer, P Reilly, R A Caun, Rue, W A Cos
E Robinson A Cos, T J Bldgard, W B Stark, I K Seaiy
Scranton, S A Cos, P Scanlin, F Sorrel, T J Staly, W
H Sthmer, H Setter, A M Scarborough, A A Solo
mons ft 00, O Simons. F W Sims ft 00, c W Thomp
son, tv H tiouuv, Ttson A o, J LVillalanga, Von
Horn, HJII,£ Wagner, W A Plainer, Weed A C, O
Wilbrook, York, W AM, W H Williams, W C Web
ster, and U S mall.
Per steamer Orient, from Doctortown—O Fallon A
Cos, Tison ft G, Erwin A Hardee, R Habersham ft
Son, F A Jaunty, A G Brown, J L Vlllalouga.
Per steamer Fannie Lehr, from Augusta—Wright,
Gibbs ft Cos, R Habersham ft Son, J W Anderson ft
Son, P P Clements, Brigham, B ft Cos, Hunter ft G, O
Cohen, Einstein ft Cos.
Per barge Rambler, from Augusta—K Habeuham
ft Son, B, Smith ft CO.
Per steamer Gen Berry, from Augusta—Brigbam,
B ft Cos. C L Colby ft Cos, B, Smith ft Cos, C, Purse ft
Cos, Lathrop ft Cos.
LIST UF VESSELS IN THE PORT OF
SAVANNAH, Dec. 19,1865.
Mont Blanc, Donnell, 700, loading. Liverpool—La
Roche, Gaden A Unckles.
Virginia, Weeks, 1,044, loading at Lamar’s Press,
for Liverpool—o L Colby ft Cos.
Tborwaisou, (Br) Bromage, discharging—Reid ft
Favoiite, (Br) Spain, discharging—E ASoullard.
Herald, Calvert, discharging—C Green ft Son.
Mozart, (Br) Smith, tons, discharging—T R A
J G Mills.
Craeso, (Br) ton*, loading, Liverpool—Robt I
Tephynine Boston, discharging—Reid ft Stewart.
V A Piatinlus, Pinkham, discharging—G L Colby
Colonist, (Br) Taylor, discharging— Chas Green ft
County of Plcton, (Br) McKeniie, discharging—C
Green ft Son.
BRIGS. ' ,
Atlantic, Wark, 101 tons, discharging—B, Wylly A
R C Wright, Hugg, discharging—R Habersham A
Ella, Brown, discharging—E A Soullard.
John w Loviu, Uilltot, waiting— Yonge A Nixon.
Daniel Boone, waiting repairs.
John M Broomall, Douglass, loading, New York—
Chas L Colby A Cos.
Pearl, (Br) Rlordofi, discharging—Bell, Wylly ft
Walter Raleigh, discharging—Hunter ft Gammell.
E. W. MARSH & CO.,
Corner of Congress and Whitaker Streets,
HAVE thoroughly refitted their establishment, and
replenished with a general assortment of
Drags, Medicines, Chemicals, Fatesil Me
dicletep, Paints, fills, Garden Seeds,
die. die., dec., , _
they soli.St the patronage of their friends.
Particular attcutiou will be given to the careful
preparation of prescriptions. dll-lm
KENNETH, M’LEA & C 0„
202 BAY STREET,
-10,000 pound* Breakfast llacon
6,000 pounds Bacon Sides
6,000 pounds very choice Sugar-cured Hams
6,uio pouuda Smoked Shoulders
g, 000 pouuda Plcklad Sboaldcrs
60 tubs and ftrklna Lard
M firkins Uoabeu Batter
so bbls Onions
6ii bbls Pork Mud Beef, sultabls for telp
wa ten EH, from Maw Vote steam ar, In «004
* ai**M ' OMAN. L POUT »UO
Improved City Property.
na i r
K'fl’N * ****
dikiw BMVAN. MAN IMI MSB A HD,
Every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday Evening, .
AT THE STOKE ON BROUGHTON STREET,
Third door from 8011,
Where will be offered a general assortment of Dry
Goods, Uaota and Shoes, Hosiery, Under-clotning.
Books, Yaakee Notions, Jewelry, Ac, Ac., si the pur
chaser's own prices.
Terms cash; sales positive. dl-30
York, Wll Hit mix, Mcintire
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, la Civet of store, will be
2u bbda Bacon Shoulders
16 tierces do
3 trercea Canvassed Hams
10 bbls Hocks
*o boxes Soap
11 cases Tomatto Catsup, qts
13 do do pts
6 eases Cream Tartar
40 bbls Apples ' ' v
-3 cases HncklebdTries
4 cases Mustard
60 pieces Prints
40 pair Blankets
1 cask Jamaica Rum . v
1 cask St. Cnitx Rum
76 kite Mackerel
4 Horses *
. 6 Mules •
1 lot Furniture "
76 sacks Oats
■V York, Williams, Mcintire A Cos. will sell This
Day at suction, in rear of store, oo whar, 60,000 North
era Brick. dlO
BY YORK, WILLIAMS, McLNTIKE &
Will sell at auction THIS DAY In front of atore:
An invoice of Books, constating of Bibles, Prayer
Hooka, Hymn books, fcbakspeare, Byron, Burns,
Moore ana Pollock’s Poems, Novels, Hngb Miller’s
Works (six volumes, an assortment of School Books.
. CLOSING OUt SALE OF DRY GOODS.
York, WilHams, Mcintire
Will sell at anstlon THIS DAY, In. front of atore,
to close s concern :
An invoice of Dry Goods, consisting of Prints, De
laines; Flannels, Shirting, Hose, Half Hoee. Hats,
-Caps, Boom-nod Shoes, shawls, Shirts, Handkerchiefs,
Ac., Ac. dl9
BY BELL, WYLLY At CHRISTIAN.
ON WEDNESDAY next, 20th Inst., at 11 o’clock, in
front of atore, will be sold.
72 BuUdiug Lota
Situated in that portion of the city of Savannah
known as Montmotltuviite, on the south side of the
Central Railroad Depot, hold by order of the super
ior Court of Chatham county,, for the benefit of the
heirs and creditora us the esrate of the late John S.
Tire property presents a rare opportunity lor capi
talists la make a profitable Investment.
Sale positive. Terms cash. Purchasers paying tor
By Bell, Wylly & t'hrbtiau.
Will, on MONDAY. &oth Inst., at 10 o'clock, In front
front of store, sell, without reserve, the finest assort
ment of Clothing ever offered, consisting of
dl9-2 ’ ' Vests, Ac.
» DAMAGED GOODS.
By Beil, Wylly A Christian
Will be sold THIS DAY, at 10 o’clock, In front of
atore, win be aold, a large lot of
Books and Stationery,
Recovered from the wreck of the steamer Savannah,
and sold for whom it may concern. dlB
SEA ISLAND HOTEL AND COMPLETE
OUTFIT AT AUCTION. \
Bell, Wylly A Christian, ~
On WEDNESDAY, Jandfry 3d, 1860, at 10 o’clock,
will sell on the premises, at Hilton Head;
The new Sea Island Hotel, completely furnished
with new furultnre of the latest style.
4 hew Billiard Tables. -
Crockery, Glass Ware, Kitchen Furniture, Ac., Ac.
Together with all the outbuildings, which, with
the Hotel, may be readily taken down and removed,
Sold m lots to suit purchasers. dio-td
.’ . ESTATE SALE.
" By Bell, Wylly a Christian.
On the first TUESDAY io January next, within tbe
legal Uonrs of sale, will be aold in front of the Court
House, In Savannah:
The Lot on the corner of West Broad and New
streets, South Oglethorpe Ward, 100 feet front on
West Broad street, by *SO on New street. The im
provements consist of three houses, which rent at
S6OO per annnsp.
Sold jor n division between the heirs,
AT PRIVATE SALE,
By Bell, Wylly & Christian.
Small Lots of Land.
There having been so many applications for Small
Tracts of Land for location, tbe owner of the above
Land, feeling a disposition to meet this demand, has
placed In the market, (or a few days, Lots of Five
Acres, or more, part cleared, on the Augusta Road, op.
posite to the three mile atone, also on the White Bluff
Road, opposite to the two mile stone. tf-ul6
BY BELL, WYLLY A CHRSTIAW.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
The West Half of Lot No. 2, Calhoun Ward, fronting
.-J on Jones street.
Tbe improvements consist of a finely finished
Brick Residence containing Ten Rooms with gas
throughout, and a well of excellent water and a One
Force Pump. dl3-tf
By Beß, Wylly a Christian.
• AT PRIVATE BALE.
Mi acres of fine Garden Land, within the lhnita of the
etty. Tbe improvements consists or a first class cottage
dwelling, gothic style, containing six large rooms, with
marble mantel piece, diniug room, kitchen, library room
furnished with shelves and glass doors. Outbuildings
consist, of-farm bouse, containing seven rooms, barn,
carriage bouse and .tables. Purcha-er can have Ibe re
fosal of corn, fodder, hay, horses, mules; buggies and
Also. , •
2430 acres ol heavily timbered laud, situated twenty
(80) miles from tbe city, between the Ogeechee and
Chnoochee Roads. An excellent location for a mill, or
an A. No. 1 turpentine plantation, 100 acres of the
uhove cleared. Improvement* consists of two amall
dwelling homes with stablea, cribs, Ac. tf-nlB
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,* HOSIERY,
BOOTS AND SHOES AT AUCTION.
By Blun A Meyer.
Will be *»d THIS DAT. mb, at 10 o’clock. In front
of store: * '
« cases containing Calicoes, Detainea. Dress Goods,
Merino. Cambrics, Flannels, Handkert niels, Shirt Bo
soms, Pbawls, Hoods, Ladles', blent', and Children's
Hose, Boots and Shoes,
1 ; * also, ■ »
Black and colored Gtssimere Pants
Business, Frock and Bar k Coats, Overcoats
Shirts, Coder clothing Ties, Ac. w
12 bbls choiae Bams, Bacon Sides and Shoulders
And qumetoas other articles dill
ADMIN ItiTR ATOR'S BALE.
By T. 4. Wiiuli.
Ou TUkSDAY, January. Ith. 1566, will be sold at the
Court Huusa, lu the city of hivauunh. st II o'rloah:
Tbe Eastern Half of Lot No. 11 Jachson Ward, (foe
simple, with liaprovemi'iiUg, cm nor of Whitaker
and Hull atresia. The improvement* art a Iwo-story
brkik dwtUiug, nine rooms, with wyler lu Uw yard
and gas through the housa. brtcb aublc Both build
lugsliave slate roofs.
Told by pet aliaaiou us ike ordinary ts Chatham
county, for n dtvwton among ihe heirs.
tVnssMkuwahaser paying for lUlas. hM
■■■T " I '■*
BY BLUN A MEYER.
On THU RhDAY, (Ist lasts et IO o'clock, a. m.. will
bs sold in front of store, fry aa order ia.ut-d from the
Hon Court of (X dinarv of Chatham oounly
All the Household Furutturr belonging to I be estate
of Henry Hrrrman, deceased
d8 GKO GEMKNDKN, Adm'r.
AT PRIVATE SAUiT
By Bell, Wylly A Christian.
180 acres of Laud, situated on the Vernon river.
Shoot nine miles from this city. Tbe improvements
consist us dwelling, barn, stables, and other uecea
wary out building.
An abundance of fish, oysters, shrimp, Ac., con
Price of property, $2,000. u2B-tf
J. N. WILSON,
8. E. comer Broughton and Whitaker Sirs..
IST Copying done with tbe greatest care. dl4
C ASTI LLI AN
THIS unrivalled Tonic prepared from the Pure
Juice of the Grape and extract*, distilled from
the Choicest Vegetable products of the South of
France, Italy and the Province of CaatUe (Old Spam,)
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 dlaarrangemeut of the
stomach, U Is unrivalled. 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.
In barrels and cases, -
AT HORATIO PITCHER'S,
Foot of Lincoln et., Under the Bluff.
Boots, Shoes and Brogans.
14(1 Congress tend 57 St, Julian Streets,
la enabled, through his permanent bouse In Bos
ton, to furntah Joebers and Dealers In tills city, as
well aa those In the country, with
BOOTS AND SHOES
at more reaeou.ble rates than any other house,
NOW LANDING AND FOR SALE.
OAt I Boxes, It, >■ and caddies Tobacco, which we
are now offering at prices lower than il can
be bought for in Northern cities.
MILLER, THOMAS A CO ,
nll-tf No. *O6 Bay streest.
JOHN HZBRYMAN. - J). U. WitUNO.
JOHN MERRYMAN & CO.,
Farmers’ and Planters’ Agencv
FOR tbe sale of Gnano, Fertilisers, Live Stock, Im
plements and Machinery, Seeds, Ac.
. 67 W. Fayette Street,
Refer to John 8. (fittings. President Chesapeake
Bank ; Cbos. Goodwin, Cashier Franklin Bank, Balti
more; E. C. Wade ft Cos. and P. U. Behu, Savannah.
OERUVIAN and Swan Island Guanos, Snperpho*-
FIRST and only preminm awarded at the American
Institute Fair, 1365, and State Fair of Pa , 1865, for
Cratches. Hartman’s Patent Elastic Rubber Crutcnee
are pronounced by surgeons, and everybody else, to be
the very best ever invented. They are easy and con
veuient, they prevent paralysis of the nerves, do away
with all the weariness inseparable from tbe nse of all
others, aud are In all respects unrivalled. Send for a
circular Agents waßted everywhere LOVEJOY ft
TAYLOR, Sole Manufacturers, No. 476)2 Broadway,
N.Y. _ 6m-n’*3
LADIES' Cloth Cloaks, a fine assortment, just ra
celved by steamer.
niW-tf BINBTFIN A ECKMAM.
fT’HK firm of I.aßoche, Caden A Uuekies was dls-
X solved ou the Ist Inst. by the withdrawal of
Isaac D. Laßoche. The business will lie continued
under the name of Gaden A Duckies, at the old
stand, corner Bay aud Barnard streets, J. D. LuKoche
retaining an office with us for the present.
Isaac and. Laroche,-
BENJAMIN G. OAtIBN,
DAVID 8. UNCKLRS.
Savannah, Dec, l, 186 s - ■ 04
Bro wn’s- Ntaudoid Scales? -
USED by the United States and Foreign Govern
ments for more than t
THIRTY YU Alt S,
Adapted to any branch of business for foreign or
home markets. Warranted accurate aud durable
Sales rooms No. 3 Barclay-st., near Broadway. N Y
sepia ly R. BROWN, Manufacturer
J. C. KOCH,
Pfo. 30 Beekman Street,
Corner of William,
Manu&cturer of Stationery, Photographic Albums,
Music Paper, Polios, Books, Ac.
State aud County Tax Col
mUK Subscriber is a Candidate for re-election, and
A respectfully asks the suffrage of the cilisens ol
obtSO SEABORN GOODALL.
| - Acres, wRh wooden dwellings and out build.
•U lngs. Just beyond the city, on the Thunderbolt
road. Lund la of tbe best quality; under lease till
August Ist, 1666.
dU.lw BRYAN, HABTRIDGK A CO.
Hart & Cos.,
CHAUIiESTON, S. C.,
OFFER FOR SALE AT THEIR OLD STAND,
C.rmer King mad Market Streets,
GUNB, REVOLVERS, SHOT & POWDER
“HOE’S- CIRCULAR SAWS, 8 TO GO
BAR IRON AND STEEL
METALS OP ALL KINDS
* TIN AN I)'WOOD WARE
Ht»LU>W WARE OP ALL KINDS
TURPENTINE AND COOPERS' TOOLS
BRASH AND IRON WIRE CLOTH
BOLTING CLOTH (ANCHOR BRAND)
MILL ROCKS (IH TO 40 I Noll)
MILL IRON » .MrWiU jAt |
HILVKK PLATED UOODtf
111)Bits, SPoIiKM, AXES, HPRINUH,
A UlMli \ AIUKTV OP UTMUM UUUIIA, A*
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
UIUMJBHIES, U«V«UM. <»«■
Wholesale a lid Retail Healer
In Pina Groceries, Bouts and Shoes, CkMhiug, For
cigu and Domestic Wines, Uqoora and Segafs.
A'so, Skelian’t Celebrated
In bottle aud in wood.
London and Dublin Browu Stout, Scotch and Eng.
lish A If*, Ac.
Liberal deductions made to tbe trade.
176 BROUGHTON STREET. SAVANNAH,
dll-tf ' and 6* Liberty street, N. Y.
EIRLIN, B&0. & BURKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
M, WINES AND LIQUORS,
CORNER WHITAKER STREET AND
OBBEBB PROMPTLY FILLED It DELIVERED.
r.fl BARRELS Crashed A, B and C Sugars
To boxes White Cuba Sugar
20 bags Java and Rio Coffee
lo barrels choice Bymp
30 barrels Pilot and Navy Brawl
30 barrels choice Family Flour
10 packages assorted Cracketa ’
50 boxes Family, Pale aud No. 1 Soap
20 boxes Sperm and Adamantine Caudles
# 20 cases assorted P.cklea
10 cases English do
10 cases Worcestershire, Chutney and other
6 cases best Sweet Oil
60 whole, half, aud quarter boxes Raisins
25 drums New Figs
10 cases Prunes, Maccaroni, Vermicelli
For sale by
d6-eod2w CLAGHORN A CUNNINGHAM.
H. G. RUWE & CO.,
GROCERIES i LIQUORS,
WINES AND SEGARS,
Corner Bryan and St. Julian and
f FRONTING PULASKI HOlllEg
IW Agents for - “I. •'*
ALE AND LAGEH.
Constantly on band, an aMortment of
WHISKEY! WHISKEY !
FIE OLD BfiAXDT, VIES, If.
Peach Valley WMakey, Maple Valley Whlakoy, Pike’s
Magnolia, Spencer’s Old Rye, aud Fine
F O R BALE BY
C. W. THOMPS ON.
. AFthe Old Stand,
111- BAY BTRBIKT,
(Herald Buildings. J
Alsop’s Ale, Mats' Ale, Apples, Potatoes, Onions,
Pickles, Mackerel, Cider and Cider Vinegar.
P FOREIGN DOMESTIC ||§ii
11 ALES WINES iHtipuOßS 6SEBARS
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS
V —or— '
Ch. Farre Champagnes
FOR THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
sM>’ ■ . , •
fIIHE undersigned are constantly receiving con
■» signments of Bacon, Hants, Shoulders, Lard,
Butter, Fionr, fee., on Commission, which they will
sell at the lowest market rates.
KENNETH, MoLEA, A CO.,
(116-lm 202 Bay street. ,
Flour and Lard.
Havfng received a large stock of the above,
AT VERY LOW RATES,
we are able to offer great lmtocements to buyers.
RANDELL ft CO.,
Southwest comer of Bay and Barnard <ta.
A. C. LOMELINO,
j ' / V I 'BA I. ES IM .. A
traceries, Provisions, Wines, Lionors,&e,
Aim xvtnT or us. abticli in tus eaforav line
UNDER MASONIC HALL,
(Comer of Bull Street and Congresa Street Lane,)
- FOH *
VIA DARIEN, DOG'TORTOWN,
And Laiffilngs on tbe Altamahn and Octrmlgae rivers,
•» now luadlng at the Old Florida Steamboat Wharf,
foot of Went Broad .trust, and will leave U. above
THIB BAY, TUESDAY. AT 6 F. M.
Freight to Hawkloavillf and way landing. $6 pel
hundred, He per foot; to Macon, fits 60 par hundred,
MRc per foot. Apply to
Fur freight, Ac., apply* 10
J. B. PKKUiKk. Agl.
lov Brungiintu • treat.
Thu fin. Hlmatur
"LTjJtl&tXm’ tea At
ToMdap Iter. Kill ate teak », m
Fw hsighi ut ptmuagu. having MMaytet tewmum
«UkfA «pp|y IA T
OMAN L IWAI A Ui,
MI-1 I’otimi N) agd Abareura ekuam.
1 i i—r=- ■ . .■ STrar-;
FOR NEW YORK
For freight, apply lo
CHARLES L. COLBY ft 00.,
■22 Comer Aberborn and Bay ate.
FOR NEW YORK. 1
Atlsntio Mall Mteamship
PASSAGE REDUCED TO - of£S.
Thftttow and feat aide-wheel ateam-
SAN SALVADOR Adkins, mas-
SißWaMMttar. will sail aa above, on
Saturday, Dec. S3, a* 1 o’clock p. at.
For freight or paaaage, having unsurpassed accom
modations, apply to
B. H. HARDEE.
No. 12 Stoddard’a Range.
GARRISON A ALLEN, Agents,
dl9 No. 5, Bowling Green, N. Y.
FOR NEW YORK.
Tbe fine Steamship CONSTITUTION, Greenmail,
Commander will leave for the above port on
Saturday, Dec. 33d, at o’clock.
For freight or paaaage, having superior state room
accommodations, apply to -
dl9 BRIGHAM, BALDWIN ft CO.
REDUCTION OF PASSAGE RATES!
CsUb Passage, *» M Deck, $lO 00
The new and splendid steamship TYBEE, Crowell,
commander, will leave for the above port on ber regu
Thursday, Dae. M, at 11 o’clock a. m.
FOr freight or paaaage, having superior accommo
dations. apply to
dlB HUNTER * GAMMELL.
' Will make Tri-weekly Trips to Doctortown, in con
nection with the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad, leaving
Savannah on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
Through freight payable by shippers at onr office.
Freight received daring the week, and stored free
For freight or passage apply to
COAS L. COLBY A CO.,
n2O Corner Aberrant and Bay streets.
Quiek Despatch. .
The light-draught steamer
Will leave the wharf foot of Abercurn street,
WEDNESDAY, *orflNßT„ AT 8 A. M.
For freight or passage, apply to
OHAB. L. COLBY ft 00.,
<UB-3 Comer Aberrant and Bay streets.
mHK undersigned are prepared to receive goods at
A their Wai'iteuaoa—free of expense aud cov
end by Inannace-for shipment to Augusta and
points beyond by their regular line of light draught
boats. Apply to CHAB. L. DOLBY,
eept2B—tf oor. Bay and Abercorn ate.
R. H. MAY;
Will have dispatch for the above place. Goods receiv
ed at all time and stored in fire proof warehouse, loot
of Lincoln street, free of cost.
J. M. KINCHLKY, Agent
Office In Claghorn ft Cunningham's.
Tlie Msy smved ln Augusta from Savannah on last
Friday with her full freight. ts octs
FREIGHT FOR liGON.
The new and bet aide-wheel steamer
will receive freight lor Macon and BawklniviUe on
Wednesday, December2oth,. at Demand’s Prem,(out
ECLIPSE FAST FREIGHT LIHE
THE undersigned having been appointed Agent*
for thto line of naw, etannch, and reliable .team
noats, detire to Inform the public that
, THE BOLIPSB
has her boilers in and ber machinery nil on the spot
aud will be ready to take lu freight nut week
A mate boat to the Eclipse, k now on the Hue and
furnishes a semi-weekly communication with Angus
ta by boats as safe and reliable aa any on tbe river.
These two lioate ar. entirely naw aud built e»pe
dally for the Savannah river trad.. They rate A No.
1 at the Insurance Office, and are put on the most
The attention of Shippers Is pnnicnlarly inrllcd
the advantageous arrangement this line has effected
at Augusta, aa goods pass Immediately through to
destitution without an; further iaatrucUou u a formed
by these boats. -
No Consignee M neoeasary at Augusta and tela ex-
PMime to iivfd.
Freight will be reotrtved at all timea and stored
free of expense, though u la the Intention of tbe
owners lu take everything awajMwiee a week.
rates will be ttie same asTy the other regular
Goods should be soot to Demunds’ Lower Press.
w , * c * , * v ** *“ ,j **‘ u
M F. W. MIMS A On.
AND INTERMEDIATE LANIHNOH,
The light draught steamer
Oapt. Jamas FghthA,
wilt tense he abuse m
TNUMWiAV, flat UWMNT. AT 1 9, M
The uew Ught draught ateuner
will la«ve as above for Augnau on
Wednesday, 40Hi instant, at*a. aa.
For freight or passage, with excellent accommoda
tions, apply to
L.ROCHE ft WIST.
dl9 2 Jones' Block.
. The Steamer
FALCON * j
Win leave for Augusta on
Tuesday, loth Instant, ut 9 a. in.
For or passage, apply so
CHAS. L. COLBY ft CO,
Corner Bay and Aberuorn street*.
VIA FERNAJSTDINA AND JACKSON
The new, exaeedlngly feat and splendid Steamer
Capt Louis M. Coxetter,
WUI leave Telfair's W harf) aa above,
Bvrery Wednesday, at ft p. aa.
For freight or paaaage apply to
R. W. ADAMS, or
J. S. CARKUTHBRS,
Hodgson’s Range, next so Bel], Wylly ft
dlB Christian, Bay street.
VIA BRUNSWICK, ST. MARY'S, FER
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE AND
The new and fast sailing Steamer
Capt. N. Kina
Having been placed permanently upon this route wRI
leave for the above places on
Every Thursday Morning, nt 10 o’clock.
For freight or paaaage, having splendid cabin ac
commodation. apply on boaj4 at the Florida Steam
Packet wharf, or to
CLAGHORN ft CUNNINGHAM,
REGULAR WEEKLY STEAMER *
Savannah & Doctortown,
Connecting regularly and punctually with the At
- Untie and Guff U. K.
The new, light-draught, iron side-wheel steamer
- (Mate boat th the William G. Gibbons,;
Capt. THOMAS DANIELS,
Haying sui*>rior aeeomfftodation for freight and
passengers equal to any of the ocean steamers, wilt
ply regularly between tbe above points.
Leaving SAVANNAH every TUESDAY MORNING
DAY°MORNING iUg L,oCl ' o ‘‘ Towil, every THURfb
It Is the desire of the owners of the Two Boys to
mske her sn accommodation boat for the merchant*
of Savannah and the merchants aud planters along
the line of the A. ft G. R. R„ until the completion of
ttiat road. and with tbia object in view, no effort will
be spared ou the part of her owners, agents and of
ficer*, to meet tile wants of the freighting and travel-
Freight stored in our warehouse on PiUon’a wharf
free ofehargo. ERWIN ft HARDEE.
D. Ja-s’QJu. i.on, Ag*t at Doctortown. dl2-2w
For Palatka, Fla.,
VIA Darien. Brunswick, St, Mary’s, F«r
nandlna, Jacksonville and Plcolata.
Connecting vnth tteamer Flora Tempt* for Ming's
Ftrrg, Vmteroßkum, and all landings on
the m. Mary* Riser.
«T'HK new and fast steamer FOUNTAIN, Capt (J.
will leave as above on TUEBDAY.
the 20lh Inst., at 10 o’clock a. m.
nJiu or on bo » rt ’ Padel
ford’a wharf; near White's Central Cotton Press, or to
M. A. COHEN, Agent.
Daring the absence of the boat all goods will be re
ceived at the warehouse on the wharf, by Mr. W. R.
Freight payable on wharf.
Shippers will furnish weight* and meaaurement of
Rio De Janeiro.
St. Thomas, Para, Pernambuco and Bakin
rw» The Ufotcd States and Brasil Mall
Comp “ y wm
"■■EforOn the 2Wh of every month,
A NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP,
To Leave at 3 o’clock, p. m..
From Pier 63, North River.
AU letters have to pan through the Poet Office.
.An experienced Surgeon will be In attendance. n
daUons "apply*” »Pl«ndid accommo
■ . THOMAS ABENCIO A CO.,
ect3l-3m No. IT, Broadway, New York.
a FOR ~
HAWKINSVILLE AND MACON.
HT H A MBR 90MET,;
Will leave aa above with despatch. For freight,
which will he received at the Opper Hydraulic Press
Yard, and covered by insurance until placed on board
tec steamer, apply to *
nBH BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO,
The new firm claw ripper ship
WEEKS, Commander, •
Is now loading rapidly at Lswrr Praia and having
large engagemenAwlll have quick dwpalch. .
Tor freight or passage (taken at lowest rate*) apply
•• CHAN L COLBY A CG„
octs» t.auer AUioau en<l Bap sis,
#Tke Briilsh hate titeteM’O, Cerrtty, mas.
lev. rsparlly Htel Halsa DoUatti
W * B -lEva.«tSari:
oßtm r **
Ml n 1 *te« uamhi e vtejtfp*.