AKKI'AI. Os THE 30TH MAINE VOLUNTEERS, 2U
BATTALION 47TH FENXSVLVANIA VOLS.
The U. S. transport Metis, Captain Davis,
seventy-two hours from Alexandria, Va,
having on board the above named troops, ar
rived yesterday afternoon at the wharf in this
LIST OF FIELD, STAFF AND LINE OFFICERS 30TH
Colonel T. H. Hubbard.
Lieut. Colonel R. E. Whitman.
Major G. W. Randall.
Adjutant Charles Larrabee.
Quartermaster H. B. Cleaves.
Company A, Capt. Haskell; First Lieut.
flJCompany B, Capt. Andrews; First Lieut.
Howard ; Second Lieut. Ames.
Company C, Capt. Whitman Sawyer;
First Lieut. Simpsou; Second Lieut. Cum
Company D, Capt. W. H. Boynton ; First
Lieut. L. D. Fisher ; Second Lieut. H. N.
Company F, Capt. Levi N. Prince; Second
Lieut. F. S, Coffee.
Company G, Capt. K. W. Moses; Second
Company H, Capt. Robbins Grover; Se
cond Lieut. Beals.
Company I, Capt. Frank L. Jones.
Company K, Capt. Moulton ; First Lieut.
Howard, Second Lieut. Holmes.
Number of field, rank, line, non-commis
sioned officers and men, 750.
LIST OF FIELD, STAFF AND LINE OFFICER3 OF THE
2d BATTALION 47TH PENNS VL VANIA VOLS.
Assistant Surgeon Weiland.
Cos. B; Capt. Cleckner.
Cos. G; Capt. Lisenring.
Cos K detachment; Lieut. Bisel.
FIRST PROVOST COURT—JUDGE EBEN PARSONS
C. T. Chapman vs. Casam and Cyrus Green,
(colored)—recovery of a mule ; Ordered that
the mule be surrendered to plaintiff, and he
pay #25 to Cyrus Green, defendant.
United States vs. W. Driggeis, C. Driggers
and W. Floyd—stealing hogs, the property of
Chas. Ullmer; case settled by defendant's
paying for the hogs killed.
United States vs. Myers and W. Walthouer,
(both colored,)—robbery and insult to citi
zens ; ordered that the defendants be impris
oned twenty days.
L nited States vs. Isaac Johnson, January
Moore and Authony Lee, (all colored,) —
stealing hogs, the properly of Mrs. Mary Car
ter case settled by defendants paying for
the hogs killed.
United States vs. Myers and J. W r althouer,
(both colored,)—stealing hides, the property
of Jesse Dugger; ordered that Walthouer pay
SECOND FROVOST COURT —CAPT. T. P. RUNDI.ET,
United States vs. Robert Cook (colored),
charged with having a iiorse in his posses
sion, the property of the United States.—
Ordered that the prisoner be placed in con
finement for thirty days.
H. D. Weed, Agent vs. Mrs. M. A. Johns.
Recovery of rent. Ordered that the defend
ant pay the amount due plaintiff for rent of a
house she now occupies, or otherwise vacate
the premises within twenty days.
Street Commissioner vs. Mrs. Furguson,
Mrs. Shearhouse, Mrs. S. Solomons, W. W.
Cooledge and R. Cohen. Violation of orders
of Street Department. Ordered that in con
sequence of their pecuuiarv embarrass
ment and needy circumstances, the
Stieet Commissioner is hereby author
ized to have the work done at the pub
lic expense. In the fourth case, the defend
ant, in consequence of the circumstances of
the case, is excused. In the last case the
defendant having been duly summoned and
not appearing is fiued ten dollars.
Elmira Evans vs. John Keizer. Recovery
of a horse, the property of plaintiff in pos
session of defendant. Judgment rendered
in favor of defendant. Counsel for plaintiff
P- YV. Johnson; for defendant, Col. A. W.
S. Cronk (Trustee) vs. Mrs. Phillips—re
covery of rent. Ordered that defendant pay
the amount due plaintiff for rent within thir
ty days, or otherwise vacate the premises she
now occupies. *
Mrs. Anne Pardue vs. Alfred Young (col
ored)—recovery of debt. Postponed until
ten o’clock this forenoon,
L. Mehrtens vs. C. Crabe, Toby Lock (col
ored), David Miller (colored), Mary Arkens
(colored), Dilly Lloyd (colored) —recovery of
rent. Ordered, in the first case, the defen
dant is hereby r equired to pay plaintiff the
sum of twenty-six dollars, the amount due
plaintiff. In the second case the defendant
is required to pay the amount due plaintiff,
six -dollars. In the third case the defendant
is required to pay the amount due plaintiff,
ten ddllars. In the fourth case the defendant
is required to pay the amount due plaintiff,
six dollars. In the fifth case the defendant
is required to pay plaintiff sixteen dollars.
The several defendants in this case will pay
the amount due to plaintiff, the proper own
er of said property, for rent, or otherwise
vacate said premises within thirty days.
Richard Y\ elsh vs. Street Commissioner —
recovery of cart in possession of defendant,
the property of plaintiff. Postponed until
ten o’clock this forenoon.
Mrs. Mary H, Slocum vs. Patrick Cavan*
augb, recovery of value of horsfe; ordered
that judgment be rendered in favor of defen
dant. Counsel for plaintiff, Col. A. W.
Stone: for defendant, F. W- Johnson, Esq,
Mrs. Mary H. Slocum vs. Alex. Elliott,
(colored), recovery of horse, the property of
plaintiff, ordered that defendaut turn over to
plaintiff the horse now in dispute, it being
proven in the testimony that she is the pro
The fine in the case of Mrs S. Goodhart
for contempt of court ou the sth inst., is
hereby remitted, in consequence of the pe
cuniary embarrassment and illness of said
Mrs. S. Goodhart.
AN EXCELLENT PAPER.
In the “Pacificator," a Catholic Journal,
now published in Augusta, Ga., we recognize
not only an excellent exponent of the prin
ciples of that faith, but a news and literary
sheet which should certainly command the
attention ot all those who desire a thoroughly
Arrived from New York.— The steamer
America, Capt. Clift, arrived here yesterday
morning at 6 1-2 a. m. with passengers and
merchandise to Brigham, Baldwin & Cos.
This announcement was accidently omit
ted by our ship News Reporter, iu his record
of arrivals yesterday, so we give it a jiromin
ent place this morning.
Brandreth’s PHI*. Influenza, Diphteria.
In inflammatory affections when no bleeding is
permitted, a free use of these Pills soon modifies the
alarming symptoms, and perseverance, according to
the directions,usually quickly cures,and certainly noth
ing is risked is using Brandreth’s Pills. For cold, in
flneuza, diptheria, pains of the head, dizziness and
apoplexy, no medicine can be compared to them. In
erysipelas, fever and ague, small pox, and in all the
di-eases of childhood, their use insures a speedy re
covery of health. They produce these results simply
by taking from the biood its impurities, leaving
THE VITAL FLUID FREE,
to aid a weak “locality" to recover its proper and ne
cessary ‘ status" or health.
Brundreth's Pills have affinity for the •
SUBJECT MATTER OF DISEASE,
and cause its
CERTAIN EXPULSION FROM THE BODY.
PORT OF SAVANNAH, JUNE 8.
Steamer Gen Sheridan, Palmer, Ililton Head; steam
ship America, Clift, Brigham, Baldwin & Cos.
Passenuers— C L Selisbnry, C L Gilbert, Mr Dar
brow and friend, C F McCoy, Stephen Farrelly, Mrs.
Dennett, Mi sM A Hart and child, Wm FGr ay, N «
Essler and friend, Chas Tift, Col M Freedtr*” 1 * Mr
Tift, Thos Holcomb. R F Picket and wife, Mr and Mrs
Ball, Julia Stephenson and 3 children, F II Ledtt and
friend, P T Jamison, H Townsend, Mrs Rogers, S M
Salmon, S C Abearus, Sam Haight, B R Villon, Dr
Smith, Mr Hafner. wife and 4 children, T M Muller
and friend, F A Tupper, Marcy Briscoe, M fl Jones and
child, Geo A Hudson, Jno Rappold, and six in steer
Two young Gent- Vm en, or a Gentleman and his
Wife, can be accommodated with Board and Lodging
by applying at tW second door from Zubly street, on
gOARD FOR SINGLE GENTLEMEN.
A. fe%v Gentlemen can be accommodated with board
in a private family. Apply fit this office.
A pleasant room and good board wanted in the vi
cinity of South Broad and Bull streets by two young
men. Address R. W., Box 44. Post Office, Savannah,
In a genteel family, for a gentleman and wife (Church
family preferred.) Post Office Box 248.
For a small family. Address, “O. W. M.,’’Savannah
Post Office. iaay23-tf
Rooms ro let at hilton head, s. c„ in
The Palmetto Herald Building, corner of Mer
chants' Row nnd Palmetto Avenue, suitable for busi
ness pu-poses or lodgings. Apply to W. S. SAMPSON,
Jr., on the premises. ts mar4m
(MARINE) INSURANCE COMPANY
OP NEW YORK.
CASH CAPITAL : $3,500,000.
The undersigned are prepared to Insure under Open
Policy from the above Company to the extent of SIOO,-
00 U in property in any first class Steamer, and from
$50,000 to $16,000 on any first class sailing vessel, on
the most favorable New York terms.
For further particulars apply to
CHARLES L. COLBY & CO
Jones Block, corner Bay and Abercom streets,
mayis ts Savannah, Ga.(|
0 OTTON! COTTON !!
U. S. PURCHASING AGENCY,
SiVANNAU, O.V, MAY 29, ISC6.
All persons, owners, bringing Cotton into the City
on private account, either by land or the river, are
hereby required to report and register the same at this
office. Purchasers requested to make daily
reports at this office of their purchases; of whom
bought, number of bales, and weight of each bale.
T. P. ROBB.
U. S. Purchasing Agent
’ HEADQ’RS DISTRICT OP SAVANNAH. >
Savannah, Ga., June 5, 18G5. j
No. 28. f
Pursuant to orders from the Headquarters Depart
ment of the South, the uudersigned hereby relinquishes
the command of this District to Brevet Major-General
H. W. Birgc, and of the Post of Savannah to Brevet
Brig.-Gen. Stewart L. Woodford.
jeC Brevet Maj.-Gen. U. S. Vols
NEWS-DEALERS AND OTHERS DESIRING The
Savannah Daily Herald at Wholesale are re
el mated to send in their orders as early in advance aa
practicable. S. W. MASON & CO,
■yjT ERCHANTS' LINE OF SAILING Vfiis.
FOR NEW YORK
FIESX % CLASS CLlPPflfe SCHOONER
Is loading at foot oi Drayton street atfill sail
for the above port on the 11th inst
For freight or passage apply to
CHARLES L. COLBY <&>.,
juS-3t cor. Bay and Abercokreets.
•FOR NEW- TORI
The U. S. M. Steamship CHASE will lei for New
York on SATURDAY next, the 10th inst.: 9 o’clock
For freight or passage apply to
HUNTIR & CMMEI.L.
Agents in New York—L. L. Jones. ju
Capt. G. L. DAVIS, formerly of |he 2d.diaua Regi
ment, will find it to his advantage to and at the Pu
laski House by 10 o’clock a. m., tHs day
juß lj T J .E. RS.
Consignees per steamship Chape willfheud to re
ceipt of their goods landing at font of jtercorn street,.
Goods on the wharf after vorkUghou will subject
consignees to charges on s*me. Perns must be pre
sented at the ship. Freight payable*; the wharf.
pOOKS AND STATIONERY. '
WHOLESALE AND RBTIIL,
At the Old Stand of
JOHN M. COOPER A CO.,
Just Received the Largest and Best Sotted Stock
Iu the Southern States; consisting of timers, Spellers,
Heiders, Geographies, Arithmetics, Gitnmars, Gr ek,
Latin, French, German and Spanish Tel Books, ami all
other Books used in Collages, Acadeia-s «nd Common
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Ini, Foolscap, Uitter and Note
Paper, Envelopes, Blank Bu>ks, Ac. I ato luiveou hand
a large assortment of New and popnlr Novels by the
best authors, Dickens. Reymhls, Mrs. Himes, Mrs. Wood,
Ac. I will keep constantly on hand a irge stock of el
egant Photographic Albums and Card Photographs, as
well as a constant supply of the latest Nrthern Newspa
pels and Periodicals, N. Y Faily and Wccly Newspapers,
Harper’s Magazine, Gochy's Lady's Book, Atlantic
Moutlily, Deinorest's Fashions, Ac., Ac.
Everything will be sold at the very lovst figures, and
.special terms are offered on School Books’® Teachers and
I can and will sell at leant as cheap as iny other house
in the South. Terms strictly cash.
Call nud examine the Stock at the old sand of
JOHS’ M. COOPEt A CO..
Cor. Whitaker and St. Juiui streets,
Bookseller and Statioteb, N.
All orders for Miscellaneous Books, Music, or any ar
ticle connected with the trade, fifed at the shortest
The friends and patrons of the undersigned, and of
the firm of John M. Cooper & Cos., are respectfully so
licited to continue their patronage at the old establish
ment of Mr. Farrelly. The undersigned may be
found at his desk as for the purpose of closing
up old business affairs and rendering such assistance
as he can to Mi. F.
A general Wholesale business wiil be established by
J. M. C. & Cos., whenever practicable, upon the upper
floors of the establishment.
jeS lmo JOHN M. COOPER.
QLARET, WHISKEY AND ALE.
A few Cases of Superior Table Claret,
e parrels Excellent Quality Whiskey.
20 barrels Ale.
Landing from steamer Chase. For sale by
jn7-3 HUNTER & GAMMKLL.
Five hundred bushels per steamer America, now
landing. For sale in lots to suit purchasers.
Apply to W. C. COSENS,
or to BRIGHAM, BALDWIN <fc CO.
HEADQ’RS. U. S. FORCES,
Savannah, Ga , June 7, 1905.
No. 40. /
The following named officers are announced on the
Staff of the Brevet Brig. Gen. Commanding the Post.
They will be obeyed and respected accordingly.
Capt. Charles II Cox, 75th N. Y. Vet. Vois., Post
Provost Marshal and Chief of Police.
Second Lieut. Jesse C. Chance, 103d U. S. C. TANARUS„
Acting Aid de Camp.
By command of
Brevet Brig. Gen. WOODFORD.
Sost iinb Jffltntfr.
A small GOLD WATCH, with initials "R. C.” en
graved on the back. As it is a family relic, the finder
will De rewarded liberally by leaving it at the Repub
lican or Herald office. -
Jewellers are requested to stop this. Watch if left at
Os Isabella Coyler, (colored). When last heard
from was in Charleston. Any information of her
whereabouts will be gratefully received by her mother,
joO Montgomery st.. Savannah. Ga.
A situation, by a young man, as Clerk,
Address J. R.,
jes-lw Box 74, P. O. Hiltou Head.
An elderly woman as Housekeeper. Must be a good
Cook. To a suitable person high wages will be given
Apply to me or at the office of the Savannah Daily
J. K. TONKING,
ju3 Sherman House, Hilton llead.
JjVOR NEW YORK. •
THE STEAMSHIP ARIEL
Will take Freight and Passengers for the above port,
on applicotiou to the Quartermaster's Department.
HEADQ'RS DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH,
Savannah, Ga,, June C. 1866.
No. 29- J
I, Pursuant to orders from Headquarters Department
of the South, I hereby assume command of the Dis
t ict of Savannah.
11. The District Staff, as heretofore announced, will
remain unchanged, and existing orders and regula
tions continue in force until further orders.
H. W. BIRGE, a i
jlff.7 Bretet Mai- Gen. U. S. Vols.
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
Corner of Barnard and Brockton Streets,
W. M. WALSH, M. D. PROPRIETOR.
AYER’S CHERRY PECTORAL,
AYERS’ AGUE CURE.
OSGOOD’S CHOLOGOGUE, for Fever and Ague,
DR COPELAND’S SPECIFIC, for Fever and Ague.
—PILLS NRVER known to fail —
BLANCARD’S FERAGINOUS PILLS,
SIR JAMES CLARKE’S FEMALE PILLS,
DUPONCO’S LADIES’ PILLS,
MANDRAKE’S LIVER PILLS, for Constipation and
Congested Conditions of the Liver. >
KENNEDY'S SALT RHEUM SALVE,
REDDING’S RUBBIA 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
IIELMBOLDT’S EXTRACT BUCHU.
WISTAR’3 BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY,
MORTIMER’S RHEUMATIC COMPOUND & BLOOD
WISTAR’S COUGH LOZENGES,
BROWN’S BRONCHIAL TROCHES,
KIDDER’S ARTHMATIC FUMIGATING PASTILES,
BRYAN’S PULMONIC WAFERS, for Coughs & Colds,
KIDDER’S INDELLIBLE INK,
PAYSON’S INDELLIBLE INK,
BROWN’S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER,
THAYER’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 ENEMA SYRINGES.
GOODYEAR’S CHILDREN ENEMA SYRINGES,
FRENCH SELF-ADJUSTING SYRINGES,
GUTTA PERCHA SYRINGES, all sizes,
GLASS AND PEWTER SYRINGES, all sizes,
A large assortment of iItUSSES and SUPPORTERS,
DR. PARKE’S SHOULDER BRACES.
SAUNDFF’ 9 JJ.varc DKiNZiNE, for cleansing the
most delicate Silks,
Van Bnskirk’s SOZODONT,
Swan’s TOOTH POWDER,
Clark’s TOOTH POWDER,
Thurston’s TOOTH POWDER,
Burnett’s White Oak WASH,
Lubin’s EXTRACTS and Toilet POWDER,
Phalon’s Night>Blooming CEREUS,
Baudolott’s French EXTRACTS,
French and German COLOGNES,
Bazin’s FLORIDA WATER,
ROUGES, LILLY WHITE, &c.,
A great variety of Tooth, Nail 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 nair,
Barney’s Cocoa CASTORINE,
Heimstreet's Inimitable IIAIR RESTORER,
BALM OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS,
Mrs. Allen’s HAIR RESTORER andZYLOBALSAMUM
Prof. Wood’s HAIR RESTORATIVE.
—HAIR DYES —-
Batchelor’s IIAIR DYE,
Miller’s 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 Windsor .SOAP,
A large assortment of POCKET BOOKS,
A large assortment of Shaker’s HERBS,
A variety of POCKET CUTLERY,
—PLAVOBtNO BXIRAOXa —,
Lemon, Almond, Pine Apple, Raspberry, Strawberry.
Orange. Banana, Rose, Vanilla, Nectarine, Peach,
Very nice Velvet SPONGES, for the Toilet,
SEIDLITZ POWDERS, «
A large assortment of Fresh Garden SEEDS, just re
ceived from the House of David Landreth & Cos.,
We invite the attention of the citizens and Country
Dealers to the above large and extensive Stock, which
wi 1 be sold low for CASH, at wholesale and retail.
|3F”N. B. TO PHYSICIANS AND FAMILIES.
Onr Stock of DRUGS and CHEMICALS, which are
in every day use, are pure, and can be relied upon, and
require no stronger testimony of their efficacy than
that, of coming from Messrs, Schefflein. Brothers & Cos.,
New York, the largest and most extensive Drug House
in the world, who nave had an enviable reputation for
the last century and a half.
The Compounding and Prescription Department is
under the immediate supervision of Mr. W. V. V. Wil
son (late of the honsc of Solomons & Cos., of this city,)
For his ability and correctness as a Dispenser of Medi
cine, the citizens of Savannah are respectfully referred
to his past record.
Physicians’ Prescriptions, as formerly, comps jjded
at all honra of the night.
Night Bell on the Broughton street Bide of the Store.
ICED SODA WATER, with choicest Syrups, from
Comer of Barnard and Broughton Streets.
yOL K 8 GARTEN,
CONORISb STEF ST,
Between Jefferson and Montgomery streets,
Will be open to-night, and every night, for the public.
Concert Music every Evening from T to 10 o’clock
SAVANNAH CITY ORCHESTRA,
Professor.GsoaoK Weioand, Leader.
REFRESHMENTS OF THE BEST QUALITY
WILL XL WAYS BE ON UANI>.
(CORNER BROUGHTON AND JEFFERSON STREETS.j
(Formerly St. Andrew’s Hall.;
W. P. Swe atnam Sole Lessee and Manager
M. Frkhkbthyskr Musical Director
OWING TO xai IMMENSE SUCCESS OF
On Monday evening, it wiil be repeated
FOR THIS NIGHT ONLY.
Also, the Glorious Farce of
DODGING FOR A WIFE,
Will be piesented this evening.
TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 7th, 1865,
Overture, - by the • Orchestra.
Alter which the Popular Melo-Drama of
OR, THE LONDON APPRENTICE.
Jack Sheppard, (the idle Apprentice....
Miss Lottie Howland
Jack Sheppard, (Captain of a Band of Housebreak
ers... . r? La Belle Louise
Jack Sheppard, (she Condemned Felon ...
Miss Lottie Howland
Joe Blneskin—(“All right my covey,*’) Mr earner
Jonathan Wild-(a thief taker,) Mr. Sweatnam
Thomas Darrell Miss Maude St. Leon
Sir Rowland Trenchard... —......Mr. Phil. Morton
Owen Wood Mr J. W. Boswell
Abram Mendez.. (Fret Appearance). Mr J. L\V allace
Kneebone .... Mr. J- L. Boyd
Runt Arnold Mr. W B. Adams
Shotbolt Mr. J. F. Stanwood
Kettlebry Mr. B.P. Nelson
Charcum Mr. L. M. Peters
Mrs. Wood ; ... -Mies Elsie St. Leon
W innifred W00d...... • uz
Edgeworth Bess . .Miss NeHie Parsons
Sally ...Mias Mason
Rticnel..' Miss Havens
Half Bushel Jig Master George
Ovelturf, - _ - . - - - Orchestra.
To conclude with the side-splitting Farce entitled
DODGING FOR A WIFE.
©id Brummsger • • - Mr. Sweatnam
Fannie. .."..T.. Miss Elsie St. Leon
FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 9, 1306,
The Celebrated Drama of the
THE FRENCH SPY
Will be presented, with Scenery and appointments
prepared expressly for this piece.
Mathilde de Meric, J
Henri de Aline, > Miss Maude St. Leon
The Spy, )
Introducing Madame Celeste’s Original Combat, The
entire Company will appear in the cast.
SATURDAY EVENING BENEFIT OF
Miss LOTTIE HOWLAND,
When a Mammoth Programme will be presented.
Cards of Admission ......... —?. .T6c.
Orchestra Seats .$1 00
Colored Boxes (up-stairs; 76c.
Doors open at 7X. Overture begins at 8%
SrEciAL Notice. —Ales, Wines, Tobacco, &c., may
be obtained at the Refreshment Saloon, adjoining the
FOR A SWORD AND OTHER ARTICLES,
OAPTUBED AT FORT WAONKr'.
Whoever will bring to the subscriber an ENGLISH,
FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD, marked with the ini
tials “R. G. 8.” and a GOLD WALTHAM WATCH,
and a GOLD SEAL RING, with the inscription
“Mother” inside and the sign of a Dove and Olive
Branch on the seal, will receive a LARGE REWARD.
The three articles were captured by the Confederate
Army at Fort Wagner, on the night of July 18th, 1868.
Address G. W. J., office of Savannah Dally Herald.
QOAL AND WOOD
Will be sold on MONDAY, 12th inst., at 11 o’clock,
in front of “Fuel Supply" Store, No. 82 Bay street, in
lots to suit purchasers.
350 tons Red Ash Stove Coal,
600 cord* Hard Wood,
75 cords Pine Wood.
OCTAVUB COHEN, Cashier.
N, B.— Offers will be .received at Private Sale for
either of the above articles, as a whole, until day of
JCE ! ICE ! ! ICE !! !
The subscribers have opened this day at Wiltberger’s
Old Ice House on Drayton Street, where they are pre
FURNISH ICE TO THE PUBLIC AT REASONABLE
Our Stock is ample and of the best quality, and by
liberal dealings we hope to merit a share of the public
CHUSEMaN & MARSHALL,
Savannah, June 6, 1860.
Those desirous of purchasing either Wagons or Har
ness at reasonable rates, will do well to call at
W. A. BEARD’S, 154 CONGRESS STREET,
And examine his Stock, consisting of
l Open BUGGY;
1 Two seat BUGGY", light;
1 EXPRESS WAGON;
1 Covered WAGON; ' "
2 Two seat WAGONS. je6-9w
JgXCHANGK ON NEW YORK. -
FOR SALE BY
ap26 H 93 Bay street.
C WKKT CIDAR FOR SAKE,
To families by the quart or gallon, at
O’MEARA & CO’S
over Adams’ Express Office. Bay street.