The Savannah Daily tferald.
BY 8. W. MASON AND CO.
SAVAI&AH, THUftSDAY, MAY 11, 1««-
Tribute to President Lincoln*
In the Charleston Courier we find ft full
report’of an Oration delivered la that city,
on the 6th instant., by the Hon. David S.
Coddingtou. It was delivered in the Citadel
Square Baptist Church, watch was ap
propriately dressed iu mourning, and draped
with American flags, which were trimmed
with crape. The Oration seems to have been
a masterly effort, to have been equally wor
thy the occasion and the speaker.
The Andbrson Prisoners in Jacksonville.
—A thrilling account ot the arrival at Jack
sonville, Fla., of Union prisoners from the
modern Golgotha, the Audersonviile Stock
ade Prison, will be fouud iu another columu.
Quarantine.— The carefully prepared ar
ticle ou Quarantine which appears on our
first page this morning, is of great interest at
this time. We commend it to our readers,
as touchiug upon a matter of vital import
ance to this city#
Man Overboard. —While the steamer Res
olute was lying at the wharf at Cock spur
Island, near Fort Pulaski, one of the em
ployees of Adams’ Express Cos. fell overboard.
He was a good swimmer, and soon establish
ed himself ou terra rirma. Capt. Cannon, ot
the Resolute, soon bad the Expressman
fitted with dry garments.
Returning Home — A large number of cit
izens of Savannah, who were in the armies
of Lee and Johuston, and who were paroled,
arrived in this city yesterday.
For Macon.— I The steamer Gov. Troup,
with a large aud valuable cargo of Govern
ment supplies, left yesterday afternoon for
Macon. The steamer Cornet, Capt. Horne,
with a valuable cargo, will leave this morn
Sweatnam’s Varieties. —This entertain
ment reopened last evening to a good house.
The entertainment was an excellent one, of
which we shall speak more fully iu our
FIRST PROVOST COURT.
The following is a transcript of the docket
of this Court disposed of yesterday by Judge
The United States Government vs. Mrs.
Hettrich aud Mrs. Demonoesurd—Bringing
goods into the lines contrary to orders. The
former defendant was fined $25 and ‘lie lat
Adams’ Express Cos. are authorized to de
liver to Mr. W. F. Holland four cases and
one demijohn of wine, now in their posses
sion, marked [Dj, New York, which belongs
to him oiutly with Mr. Daroling.
A- H. Rahn vs. J. Epstein—Claim for a
mule. Continued unt.i ‘his morning.
SECOND PRO * &T COURT-
Iu this court, yesteio , Judge Benedict
disposed of the followug Lasts:
Patrick Scanlan vs. Mrs. Magratb. Eu
chroachment ou lot. Ordered that the par
tießin this case abide by the decision of the
Judge given on the 25th of March, 1665.
Geo. C. Ulmer vs. Mr. Rowland. Recove
ry of money to the amount of ten dollars paid
in advance ior rent of house never occupied
by plaiutitf. Ordered that the defendant in
this case pay plaintiff the amount in dispute,
Special Police vs. John D. Gould. For
wearing the uniform of a Confederate officer,
contrary to Circular orders of date May 8,
1865. Ordered that the defendant in this
case be fined $25, or be placed in confine
ment thirty days. Fine paid.
Special Police vs. Robert Allen. Interfer
ing with the duty of the U. Si. Police. Or
dered that the defendant be placed in con-
finement five days.
Robert Green, vs. Allen Rich. Recovery
of wage 9. Ordered that the Defendant iu
considered )n of all demands pay to Plaintiff
the gum of $l5O.
D. E. Delaney, vs. Frederick Law, J. H.
McCarty. Recove 17 of rent. Ordered that
the first having been amicably settled, in the
second case the Defendant is ordered to pay
at the rate of $3 per month for rent of a
house occupied by him, the property of the
Plaintiff as soon as able.
Robert Green vs. Joseph Lippman. Re
covery of flour in lieu for wheat sent to be
gronnd to mill rented by Defendant or its
value thereof. Ordered that in consequence
of the evidence in this case being of sucli a
character judgment is in consequence ten
dered in favor of Defendant, Joseph Lipp
Herman Kaubltnaun, vs. Mrs. D. Patten.
Recovery of rent. Ordered that the De
feudAtit exeente tbe assignment of her rents
as collateral security for tbe payment of the
rent of the bouse she occupies the property
of the plaintiff.
B. Stamm vs. Thomas Trelier—recovery of
j property of Plaintiff, in possession
of Defendant. Ordered that Defendant turn
over said dog to Plaintiff, the proper owner.
■ Mrs. Bragg vs. Mr. Mehrtens—recovery of
a ibare colt the property of Plaintiff, in nos
fecssionof defendant that Defend
ant turn over said colt to Plaintiff
8. Cronk vs. Mr. Kent—claim for recovery
. of moneys paid for work not done properly
according to agreement. .1 udgment was ren
dered in favor of Defendant.
Mary Melose vs. Lucy (colored)—recovery
of property. Ordered that tire property in
question be turned over to Plaintiff, -the pro
Mrs Susan Browner vs. Dr. Solomon Tef
tall—claim of damages for destruction ol
Plaintiff's property by Defendant. Judgmeui
was rendered in favor of Defendant.
Oates to tlie 7tli Instant.
ARRIVAL OF (APT. BARER’B EXPEDITION.
The Old Flag Raised oil the
i Court House.
Interesting front Late Augusta Papers.
11100,000 Reward in Gold for the
Capture of Jeff. Davis.
THE CITY QUIET.
[dPSOIAL DESPATCH TO THE SAVANNAH DAILY HERALD.j
Augusta, Ga., May 7, 1865.
To the Editor of the. Savannah Herald:
Capt. J. P. Bitker s expedition arrived here
safely on Thursday, the 4th inst., and quietly
matched to quarters in the city.
Gen. Molineaux and staff arrived last even
ing. They take quarters for the present at
the Planters’ Hotel.
Capt. Baker and Major Gray are the guests
ot Mr. Thomas T. Wright. The Captain's
friends here are legion.
The grout event came off this morning at
niue o’clock. Capt. Baker, assisted by En
sign L. T. Lawton, raised the Old Flag over
the Court House. It was an hour of unutter
able joy to the loyal men of this city.
There are still lingering in the hearts of
many here the bitter seeds of secession. The
Constitutionalist, a daily paper, keeps the
flame alive. Gen. Mo’.ineaux is to attend to
the fanatical editor in a few days. * I send
you a copy containing specimens of its
The city is very quiet. The most implicit
respect is paid to the United States authori
ties. There is no doubt that while many still
hold rancorous feelings, the advent of the
National troeps has given rise to a feeling of
security and relief from violence mo9t wel
come to all.
From Late Augusta Papers.
(Prom the Constitutionalist of the 7th )
By order of the Major General Command
ing the U. S. forces at this point, we insert
au advertisement in this morning’s issue.
The above curt editorial notice refers to
the following advertisement fouud in another
Headquarters Cav. Corps., )
Military Division, Mississippi, r
Macon, Ga., May 6th, 1865. )
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOL
LARS IN GOLD, will be paid to any person
or persons who will apprehend and deliver
JEFFERSON DAVIS to any of the Military
authorities of the United States.
Several millions of specie, reported to be
with him, will become the property of the
captors J. H. WILSON,
Maj. Gen. U. S. Army, Commanding.
Tlte Two Augusta Papers.
The editor ot the Constitutionalist fulmi
m,t:s against the Chronicle and Sentinel, the
Union paper of the redeemed city, with un
exceptionable rhetoric and tine sentiment,
as follows r
The Past and Future.
“Let n? forget the past, and only think of the glo
rious future." —Chronicle and Sentinel.
Wordsworth has said that there were
“thoughts that lie too deep for tears if any
of our readers have chanced to glauce over
the recent editorial columns of the Chroni
cle and Sentiuel, they will understand that
the poet's idea may be amplified into this—
there are insults too profonnd for a fitting
We should like to see the gentleman, born
on this soil and having one instinct of truth
or honor, w T ho can present himself publicly
under this brave May sun, and endorse the
vile expectorations of this alieu, who, vomit
ed out from his own hyperborean region for
disdaining law, comes* forth in this hour of
affliction, flaunting the funeral robe 9 of the
widow before her face, aud grinning like a
hyena over the death throes of a great peo
pie. What shall we think ot this shameless
creature? What terms of rebuke shall be
uttered to do him justice ? Verily, imagina-
uon staggers to conceive the dry rot of such
a brain, and the callousness of such a heart.
It was hurd enough to see our aspirations
laid in the dust, but it is too much to have a
Ghoul, pampered in our midst, nibbling and
snapping at the bones of a departed nation
ality. Luckily, we never mistook our man
in the past; his present course is exactly in
keeping with tlie prediction of every honest
Individual iu this community. Rut while
there is no surprise to be manifested, nothiug
can stay the inefluble horror of a revolted
Forget the past! How shall it ever be
forgoUeu while “memory holds a seat in this
distracted globe?” Forget Manassas, Cban
cellorsville, Cbickamauga—forget Lee John
ston and Beauregard—forget Sumter—forget
Columbia—torget that lone grave in Lexing
ton, in the Valley of Virginia! Great God '
bow shall we forget these things and not
forget to live.
What glorious future have we to hope for
if the policy of President Johnson be pur
sued ? Garrisons, confiscation, imprison
ment, exiles in foreign lands. It is too great
a refinement of language to call these glori
ous; it is a tyranny of words to “make a
solitude ftDd call it Peace.”
We do not, we cannot believe that the
Government soldiers and officers in our
midst—men who have been earnest in the
struggle against us on principle—men whose
indefatigable energy aud powers betoken
manhood—men whose devotion to their flag
and section has been grave and triumphant—
we will not believe that,tbey are pleased at
fawning or hypocrisy, and hungry for op
pression and contumely. To you, gentle
men, we will never siy : “Forget the Past;
think only of tbe glorious Future.” We bid
you rather remember all that you deem hon
orable in tbe Past—all you aspire to valor
ousiy or virtuously in the Future. The poor
j crumbs of recollection you k will not refuse
us, and If you Wish to see the land once
more united, free and happy, remember that
justice and clemency are "cosmopolite, and
the brightest cross of honor ou a soldier's
breast is that which may be won by gener
osity to a fallen brother, aud protection
from insult and degradation.
Atlanta iu Possession of the National
Col. B. B. Eggleston, Ist Ohio cavalry,
commands the post of Atlant
After the 20th May, all Confederate officers
and soldiers of North Georgia who do not re
port to be paroled will be outlawed.
All persons in and about Atlanta are pro
hibited from giving or selling liquors to sol
Capt. W. G. Lawler, Ist Ohio cavalry, is
anounced as Provost Marshal.—Constitution
A public meeting, of which James S. Sims
was chairman, and F. J. Robinsun Secretary,
was held ou the sth, at which the following
resolutions were adopted:
Resolved, Ist, That we request the Gover
nor to call the Legislature together forthwith,
to take into consideration the condition of the
Resolved, 2d, That it is the opinion ot this
meeting that a Convention ot the people
should be called, and that we request our
Senators and Representatives to vote for a
call of a Convention of the people.
Athens Occupied. —We are informed that
Athens has been occupied by the Government
forces, and is now secure against guerrillas.
Sumter, S. C.—This place was not destroy
ed by the raiders, as at first reported. Only
the depot and government stores were burn
Brig. Gen. Ruggles. — This gallant Con
federate officer arrived in the city yesterday.
Salks.—We learn on the street that twen
ty-eight negroes, belonging to ‘Col. John
Lynch, of Charleston, have been sold at ten
dollars in gold each.
Sale of Stock in Macon. —l’lie United
States authorities had a sale of condemned
stock at Macon on Saturday last. Mules,
we learn, sold at from five to eighty dollars.
They were quite indifferent animals.. Pro
visions was mostly to be taken in payment.
Com was rated at one dollar per bushel;
bacon at sixteen cents ; flour at five dollars
and fifty cents per hundred ; fodder seventy
live cents per hundred pounds. Purchases
were mostly made of these articles by
planters of Bibb and adjoining counties.
Theatrical Benefit for the Charleston
In the Charleston Courier of the Bth, we
find a call for a benefit to be given for the
aid of the suffering poor of that city. The
correspondence will be touud below. The dis
tress there would seem to be very pressing, to
judge from the editorial remarks of the Cour
ier, some of which we append.
None but those wiio haee witnessed the
crowds of starving applicants, not only at
the Head’qrs,but at the residence of Col. Gur
ney, Commander of the city, and at the res
idences of the various members of the Com
mittee of Relief appointed by the American
Union Association, can form any idea of the
distress existing in this community:
Theatre, Charleston, S. C-, May 4, 1855.
Sir—We have the honor to tender here
with the use of the Tueatre on Monday eve
ning next, the 9th inst., for the benefit of the
fund for the poor of the city of Charleston
The proceeds after expenses to be given
to such officer or agent, as the Colonel Com
manding shall appoint to receive the same.
Should this proposition be favorably enter
tained, an early answer would oblige,
Yours, very respectfully,
Messrs. Strahan & Parkes.
Lieut. H. A. Batterson, A. A. A., General,
City of Charleston.
Headquarters City of Charleston,)
Charleston, S. C, May 4. >
Gentlemen: Your letter, generously ten
dering the use of your Theatre for thjj benefit
of the fund for the poor of the city, has been
On behalf of that unfortunae class, I take
great pleasure iu accepting your generous
offer, and beg leave to designate the follow
ing named gentlemen to receive aud disburse
the proceeds: Mr. J. P. M. Steison, Mr.
George W. Clark, Mr. George A. Hilton.
The Post Band wifi be ordered to report to
you to assist, if you so desire.
Very respectfully, &c,
Col. 127th N. Y. V., Com. Post.
Messrs. Parkes & Strahan.
GEN. GRANT’S PHILADELPHIA RESI
(From the Philadelphia Age of Mayl.j
Tbe handsome furnished mansion on West
Chestnut, purchased and fitted up at a cost
of fifty thousand dollars by the citizens of
Philadelphia as a present to our Lieutenant
General, was opened on Saturday for inspec
tion, and in the course of the clay was visited
by a large number of ladies and gentlemen.
The mansion is twenty-two feet front, one
hundred and five feet deep and four stories
in height. The front is of sandstone, and
has a balcony under the first story windows.
In the interior, the arrangements combine
elegance and convenience. There is a spaci
ous hall, aud a handsome staircase ascending
from it to the fourth story, lighted by a win
dow on the roof. There i9 also a private
staircase leading to the dining room and
Back of the chambers on the second and
third floors, are hatli rooms, which are ele
gantly fitted up. The parlor, about seven
teen by forty feet, is superbly furnished, the
carpets being of velvet, the furniture of wal
nut, and the curtains of the richest lace. The
piano and all the articles of furniture in the
room are in the highest style of mecliqnical
art. Vases qf an antique pattern decorate
the rich carved marble mantle; and an ele
gant-clock, surmounted by a figure reprej
seating the historian, is iu the centre of it.—
On the centre table is a magnificent copy of
Passing on to the dining room are oxposed
to view, on an extension table, a silver tea
set, a china dinner set, together with
pearl handled knives and silver forks. A
prominent figure on it is a large silver can
delabra and llower stand combined. Iu the
diningroom is a very beautiful sideboard.
The chambers on the second floor are fin
ished iu almost as costly a style as the par
lors. Velvet carpets are on the floor, a
splendid Jenny Lind bedstead is in each
room, with beautiful dressing bateaus afid
wardrobes. The reception room, on the
second floof back, is also richly furnished.
In the third story chambers the floors are
covered with Brussels carpeting, and the
furniture is of a superior kind. All portions
of the house are furnished in the most com
plete manner, and when the familv of the
General takes possession of it, which thev
are expected to do to-day, they will find in
the pantry some of the substantial of life,
and coal in the cellar with which to do the
THE OATH OF ALLEGIANCE IN
Important Military Order from General
general orders—NO. 4.
Headqrs. Mil. Div. of the James,)
Richmond, Ya., April 28, 1865. f
I. Clerks of Court of Record in Richmond
and Petersburg will be permitted to resume
their functions on taking the oath of allegi
11. All attorneys, counsellors, advocates
and proctors, and others licensed to practice
a particular profession, trade or business;
the presidents, directors aud officers of ail
corporations ; and all persons availing them
selves of the benefit of General Order No. 2,
in regard to trade, will be required to take
the oath of allegiance to the United States.
Any person who shall in the above mention
ed cities who shall, after the Ist of May next,
attempt to practice any licensed profession,
or engage in any licensed trade or business,
or shall exercise the functions of a president,
director, or officer of any corporation, will
be arrested. The foregoing provisions will
be enforced in other parts of the State as
early as prac icable.
111. All persons making claims for restor
ation of private property before provost mar
shal or any other military officer, court or
commission, will be required to take the oath
of allegiance to the United States; aud un
til the claimant takes the prescribed oath his
claim will neither be granted nor considered.
IV- All officers of customs in this military
division are requested to give no clearances
or permits to ship or land goods or other ar
ticles of trade to any person, or for the ben
efit of any person, who has not taken the
oath of allegiance to the United Slates.
V. No marriage license will be issued until
the parties desiring to be married take the
oath of allegiance to the United States; and
no clergyman, magistrate or other person
authorized by State laws to perform the mar
riage ceremony will officiate in such capacity
until he himself aud the parties contracting
matrimony have taken the prescribed oath ot
VI Any person acting in violation of these
orders will be arrested, and a full account of
the case reported to these headquarters.
By order of
Maj. Gen. HALLECK.
•J. C. Kelton, As9t. Adjt. Gen.
LATEST CHARLESTON NEWS.
We have copies of the Charleston Courier
of the Bth inst. There seems to be little news
in that city, save that Gen. Hatch, the Com
mandant, is managing affairs there to the
eminent satisfaction of all good citizens. He
is rapidly transforming it into a loyal city.
We find the following notice in the Courier
of the Bth:
A Home Guard —As will be seen by an
order issued by Gen. Hatch and published
elsewhere, a Home Guard lor the city of
Charleston is in process of organization.—
The object of the organization is the very
worthy one of having within the city a body
ot armed citizens who can be depended upou
in preserving the peace and quiet of .the
community iu case the troops now here
should be detached for service elsewhere.
A paragraph in the same order notifies‘he
colored people from the country that they
must withlu ten days, remove to the planta
tions on the islands set aside for their use by
Gen. Sherman. Non-compliance with this
order deprives them of the privilege of
PORT ROYAL HOTEL, (HILTON HEAD.) MAY 7
W 8 Fisher and wife, A Murray. A A Q M. Sav
Charleston, 8 C Capt J W Kukendull,
II P Rag#, Charleston, 8 C I U ,S C T
A Whedon, 82 Ind V Lt E B Woodruff, 4 I t’a
N Carter, 2 Me Cav C Orff, Savannah
JF W Crane, 3 118 C T J Massart,
J H Hofford, 10 Ohio V T W Sexier, C S M D Miss
A Q llanter. 82 Ind Vols .J 8 Kingman, Beaufort
T Pease, 157 N Y Vols A W Chaney, Macon, Ga
F Fitzgerald, 112 Ohio V H B Thompson, II Head
G H Ferguson, New York C Center. N York
B Mendheim, Savannah J Cowles, “
R L Mann, “ .1 Reed and wife, Savannah
J T Welsman, “ Miss M Ree-i, “
0 Bates, Charleston Lt W H Mathouson “
Miss 8 Leon. “ W Beldeu, “ ’
Mrs Arnold and child, Lt J C Sprague, U 8 N
Charleston, 8 C ETalliuferro and wife, Va
J M Davis, Station Creek A 8 Garnet and wife, •’
MB3 Martin, Charleston A M Haskell, “
T Brown, “ Dr E N Corey, “
J Arnold, “ C Kenolowsky and 2 ladies.
W T Porte*. “ Macon, Ga
Mra O’Neal, “ S V Bailey, Macon
Miss O’Kouke, “ 8 Hape. Augusta
MrsO’Kouke, “ Capt F Barden, Mass
L M Hancock, Q M Dept A G Corraw, Norfolk, Va
Dr Anderson, Alabama J W McCarrick, “
R B Moore, Hilton Head GW City, “
Capt 8 Shipp, N York W H Collier, “
Capt Benedict, Kentucky W Chatterson, N Orleans
Capt Blakemore, “ P Murphy, “
Maj Hays, “ J Dunn, .
Capt Stockdale, “ A McGillaway, Mobile
Capt Reed. “ J T Wilson,
Mr and Mrs Gilbert and G H Appleby, “
2 children, Savannah Mis E A Pearee, Sav
8 B Brewer, Alabama Mrs Cook, N York
H G Land, Virginia Miss Cook “
i£ M Rowey, Kentucky Mrs Huvlan and dangh HH
J H Law, N Orleaus ' J B Alderdise, Hilton Hoad
CMcCc.ngall and Wife, N Y Cadt C R Hall, Ft Pulaski
J Hyman, N York Lt A F Hussey, Savannah
R B Lacey, ” J C Maker, “
Maj H A Whitney, Sav AW Allen, “
J A Ones, Beaufort A W Stone, Hilton Head
K P Lesle, Phila S C Paine, Keutucky
H B Robinson, St Helena Mrs Fryne. Savannah
D Goodwin, Hartford S H Swell .nd and wife.
H M Puffer, H Head St Augustine
C C Drew, Boston G Lyme, US N
S A Cooley and wife, Beaus Mrs Bartlett, Savannah
L C Mellixt, Beaufort Lt L Wilson “
Miss Swift, II Head Lt W S Ilox’ie <>
J L Turner, Charleston WR Elliott, “
“ £ “ J 11 Foster, IT S N, Detroit
G H Hoppocfc “ C W Kenyon, US N
C Qreen, Savannah A B Mamn, New York
J SedgTvtek “ Ca P l 1 p H *». Polwki
MINIATURE almanac—this week.
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LODGE, NO. 16, F. A. M.
A Regular Meeting of this Lodge will be held at their
Lodge Room THIS (Thursday) EVENING, at § o’clock,
may 11 WM. GREENE, W. M.
fIEDIUJEt AS* CHEJI|CAL*,
Comer of Barnard and liro‘«j\ ton Street*
' SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
W. M. WALSH, M. D. PROPRIETOR.
AYER’S CHERRY PECTORAL,
AYERS’ AGUE CURB.
OSGOOD’S CHOLOGOGUE, for Fever and Ague
DR COPELAND’S SPECIFIC, for Fever and Ague.
—PILI.S NEVEB KNOWN TO FAIL
BLANKARD’S FERAGINOUS PILLS,
SIR JAMES CLARKE’S FEMALE PILLS
DUPONCO’S LADIES’ PILLS,
MANDRAKE’S LIVER PILLS, Tor Constipation and
Congested Conditions of the Liver.
KENNEDY'S SALT RHEUM SALVE,
REDDING’S RUSSIA SALVE,
DALLY’S PAIN EXTRACTOR,
GOLDEN EYE SALVE,
McALISTER’S ALL-HEALING OINTMENT,
TOBIAS’ VENETIAN LINIMENT,
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT,
RADWAY’S READY RELIEF,
PERRY DAVIS’ PAIN KILLER,
SANDFORD’S LIVER INVIGORATOR,
HELMBOLDT’S EXTRACT BUCHU.
WISTARS BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY,
MORTIMER’S RHEUMATIC COMPOUND & BLOOD
WISTAR’S COUGH LOZENGES,
BROWN’S BRONCHIAL TROCHES,
KIDDER’S ARTIIMATIC FUMIGATING PASTILES,
BRYAN’S PULMONIC WAFERS, for Coughs & Colds,
KIDDER’S INDELLIBLE INK,
PAY'SON'S INDELLIBLE INK,
BROWN’S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER,
JAYNE’S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER,
THAYER’S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER,
THAYER’S CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT,
PURE TABLE OIL,
DR. PERRY’S DEAD SHOT VERMIFUGE,
REXFORD’S GINGER BREAD NUTS, for Worms,
KIDDER’S ENEMY SYRINGE!S,
GOODYEAR’S CHILDREN ENAMA SYRINGES,
FRENCH SELF-ADJUSTING SYRINGES,
GUTTA'PERCHA SYRINGES, ail sizes,
GLASS AND PEWTER SYRINGES, all sizes,
A large assortment of TRUSSES and SUPPORTERS,
DR. PARKE’S SHOULDER BRACES,
SAUNDER’S MAGIC BENZINE, for cleansing the
moat delicate Silks,
Van Buskirk’s SOZODONT,
Swan’s TOOTH POWDER,
Clark’s TOOTH POWDER,
Thurston’s TOOTH POWDER,
Luroett's White Oak WASH,
Lubin’s EXTRACTS and Toilet POWDER,
Phalon's Night-Blooming CEREUS,
Bandlott’s French EXTRACTS,
French and German COLOGNES,
Bazin’s FLORIDA WATER,
RANGES, LILLY WHITE. &f ,
A great variety of Tooth, Nall and Hair BRUSHES,
Genuine Badger Shaving BRUSHES,
Buffalo, India Rubber and Horn Dressing COMBS,
Kendall's AMBOLINE, for the Hair,
Sterling's AMBROSIA, for the Hair,
Barnett's Cocoa CASTORINE,
Helmstreet’s Inimitable HAIR RESTORER,
* Parrish’s BANDSLINE,
BALM OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS,
Mrs. Allen’s HAIR RESORER andYYLOBALSAMCM.
Prof. Wood’s HAIR. RESTORATIVE.
Batchelor’s HAIR DYE,
MiUer’a HAIR DYE,
Venetian HAIR DYE,
French’s Distilled BAY WATER, for the Toilet,
An endless variety of Toilet SOAPS, Shaving CREAM,
Low's Genuine Brown Wiudsor SOAP,
A large assortment of POCKET BOOKS,
A large assortment of Shaker’s HERBS,
—FI. AVORING TSTT3ACT9
Lemon, Almond, Pine Apple, Raspberry, Strawberry.
Orange, Banana, Rose, Vanilla, Nectarine, Peach,
Very nice Velvet SPONGES, for the Toilet,
A large assortment of Fresh Garden SEEDS, just re
ceived from the House of David Landreth &Cos ,
We invite the attention of the oitisens and Count! y
Dealers to the above large and extensive Stock, which
wi 1 be sold low for CASH.
ETN. B. TO PHYSICIANS AND FAMILIES
Our Stock of DRUGS and CHEMICALS, which aie
in every day use, are pure, and can be relied upon, and
require no stronger testimony of the : r efficacy than
that of coming from Messrs, SoUefflcin, Brothers & Cos.,
New York, the largest and most extensive Drug Hou-e
iu the world, who have had an enviable reputation lor
the lastxcntmy and a half.
The Compounding and Prescription Department j*
under the Immediate supervision of Mr. W. V. V. Wj.*
son (late of the house of Solomons & Cos., of this city,)
For his ability and correctness as a Dispenser of Medi
cine, the citizens of Savannah are respectfully refer* ea
to hli past record.
Physicians' Prescriptions, as formerly, componn
at ail hours of the night.
Night Bell on the Broughton street side of the Store.
ICED SODA WATER, with choicest Syrups, from
Corner of Baruaid and Broughton Street*
mayll-tf 4 ,