The Savannah Daily Herald.
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Savannah, Monday, june <2, is 66.
The Georgia Historical Society holds its
regular monthly meetiag this evening.
Thanes— AVe arc indebted to Mr. Simon
Merritt of Hawkinevllle, Georgia, for files ol
late Macon papers.
Thanks. —We are indebted to the thought
fulness of Mr. J. F. Evans for late papers
To Be Brought IV. —This morning in the
Second Provost Court, a large number of per
sons charged with violating the orders of the
street department, will be brought up for trial.
Personal.— Mr. A. L. Tyler, Superinten
dent of the Macon aud Western Railroad ar
rived in the city on Saturday last, and is
stopping at the Pulaski House.
Arrival of Cattle. —Forty head of fine
Western beeves, which have been grazing on
Hilton Head Islaud, were brought to the
city Saturday evening last by the steamer
Sylph, for the use of the army.
Union Club in Augusta. —A Union Club,
similar to that now 7 iu active operation in
tiiis city, is to be established in Augusta. A
suitable pn|>er has been prepared for signa
tuies. Several piomiueut citizens have al
ready signed it
Review of Troofs at Augusta.— The splen
did Brigade of Gen. E. L. Molineux compri
sing six regiments, was reviewed on the 6th
inst. A large concourse of people was pres
ent to witness the review, aud much admira
tion was elicited at the skill and efficacy of
the troops, in drill and discipline.
Attempted Highway Robbery. —On Sat
urday evening last, about 8 o’clock, a gen
tleman was kuocked dowu by an unknown
person, who attempted to rob him. Ciies
for assistance caused the highwayman to
leave before his arrest could be effected. The
affair occurred near the corner of Bay and
To he Paid Off. —This morning, at nine
o’clock, the 7f»tli New York Volunteers, Col.
Kobeit P. York, will be mustered and paid
off by Major Win, M. Fleming, Paymaster
About fifty thousand dollars will be banded
over to the boys, and we expect that there
will soon be a free circulation of the green
backs in our city, to the great relief of des
pondent shop-keepers and others.
Capture of a Liquor Distillery.— On
Friday last while search was being made of
the house of Maria Hardy, on Ann street,
near the corner of Pine street, a still and six
gallons of whiskey were discovered. Ou
Saturday the defendant was fined fifty dol
lars by Judge Rundlet, and the still and
liquor confiscated. The delendaut is a col
ored woman, over fifty years of age, and it
is believed that she has amassed much money
from her nefarious business.
Bound Homs.— Yesterday morning two
companies of the First New York Engineers,
Capt. McGuire, departed on the steamer
Sylph, for Hiltou Head, to rejoin the bulacce
of the Regiment at that point. ~ The First
New York Dngineers have been in this De
partment a long time, and their services
were of incalculable value in building wharves
forts, houses, tftc. They will leave in a few
days for New York, to be mustered out of
haou the Up River Obstructions.—
Yesterday morning the steamer Staudish,
Capt. Moore, arrived from the up river ob
structions. Capt. Moore reports that on
Saturday night he passed atEbenezer the U.
8. steamer Savannah, and the steamer Ama
zon at three o’clock on Saturday afternoon
thirty mdes above Ebenezer. Both boats are
bound up. The obstructions which have so
much impeded the navigation are removed
The last pilings, six in number have been re
moved, and the Amazon with two flats
abreast, can pass up or down without diffi
culty. The Standish passed at bisters Ferry
u laige flat bound to Savannah with a full
cargo of domestics.
Later from Augusta.— The steamer Jefl.
Davis, Capt. Henry, from Poor Robin, ar
rived at the wharf in this city on Saturday
evening. We are indebted to Mr. Wm. S.
Dexter, Executive Oflicer of the Jeff Davis,
and Mr J O. Matberson for late Augusta
papers. Capt. Henry reports that he left
Poor Robin at hall-past five o’clock on Sa
turday morning, The steamers Comet and
Leesburg are plying between Poor Robin
and Augusta. The Jeff. Davis brought down
the U. S. Mails, u large number of passengers,
118 bales cotton, 188 hales domestics, 10
boxes merchandise, aui a detachment of the
75th New York Regiment, Lieut. Kinsley,
who have been doing guard duty at Poor
Robin. On Friday night about ten o'clock
a colored woman uamed Sarah Bailey, a pas
senger on the steamer, gate birth to a tine
healthy looking mulatto child.
The following is the list of passengers Jas
Miller, John Carter, W. H. Connerat, D. H
Prince, G. W. Strouh, C. A. King, N B
Maim, Mrs. Peralidau, Or. James Stewart
aud servaut, James H. Taylor, M. E Hal
low aud sou. Dr. Osceola Butler and servant
Mrs Plank and daughter, E. B. Goodrich and
Sou, Er S. Graves, Mrs. Newnan and child.
The New Hotel at Port Royal We
learn that the uew Sea Island Hotel at Hil
ton Head is to be opened to the public at an
early day— prpbably this week.
DfiVBitSOR OF GEORGIA,
The MacSn Journal & Messenger of the 3d
inst., sityflWe are inforrifed that Mon
Joshua Hill is at present in Washington City
and that it%lr current report there that be
will be made Military Governor of Georgia.
Mr. Hill, We believe, has doue nothing since
the commencement of the war, to render
himself obnoxious either to the authorities
or laws of the Federal Union. We doubt
uot bis appointment as Governor of the State
would render general satisfaction.
DEPARTURE OP GE.V. WASHBURN—
HIS NEW COMMAND.
General Washburn leaves this morning
with his Staff for his new command, the
Southern District of Georgia. His com
mand embraces forty-five of the lower
counties of Georgia, extending entirely
across the State. The principal gairisona
will be at Darien, Brunswick, Doctortown,
Thomasville and llawkinsville.
Tiie following named officers compose the
Staff of the General.
Surgeon 8. Clay Brown, Medical Direc
Capt. Joseph M. Thompson, Provost Mar
Capt. John Garwood, C. S.
Lieut. W. Kellar, A. A. A. G.
Lieut. Henry Daniels, Aid-de-Camp.
Lieut. E. H. St urges, A A. I. G.
Lieut. E. L. Clark, A. A Q. M.
Disturbances ax the Market and on the
Public Streets Saturday Last. —lt is to be
hoped that we shall uot again be called to
chronicle such acts of lawlessness as pre
vailed ou Saturday last in the vicinity of the
Market. Henry N. Little, a citizen of Sa
vannah, was quietly passing through the
market, when a negro who was standing
uear, assailed him with insulting remarks,
and repeated 4 the same several time 9. Mr.
Little turned back aqd asked him if the
language was intended for him, aud receiving
a reply in the affirmative, he inflicted a tew
blows with his fist upon the man. Several ne
groes immediately attacked Mr. Little, and
proceeded to beat him. One of them raised
a hatchet over the head of Mr. Little, but the
timely blow of a policeman’s baton ou the
head of the would be murderer, stopped his
designs. The others engaged iu the melee
were promptly dispersed.
Ou Bay Lane two fights occurred aud the
parties were promptly arrested by the Po
lice. At one of these fights a large crowd
congregated, and the Police, after securing
the offenders, ordered the spectators to dis
perse. One of them, a negro, being inclined
to continue the disturbance, was severely
handled by the Police.
The fourth fight occurred on the corner ot
Harris and Abercorn street between two sol
At a late hour on Saturday uight a man was
knocked down on Congress street near the
Forrest City Mills.
Yesterday morning as Mr. Little, who had
the difficulty iu the market on Saturday af
ternoon, wu9 walking past the Forrest City
Foundry with a friend, four colored soldiers
menaced them with fixed bayonets. This
was soon quieted.
Forkstallehs at Work Again.—On Mon
day lust the schedule for the government of
prices in the market having been withdrawn,
the country carts bringing produce to the
city were seized upon by the forestalled.
Citizeus who were endeavoring to purchase
supplies for home use were much annoyed
and frequently disturbed. In several instanc
es these forestalled have taken articles fro m
the hands ot the persons making the purchase
and coolly informed him that the chickens he
was about to purchase from the countryman
at fifty or seventy-five cents per pair, could
be had for one dollar. This liberal offer
could be closed with in the afternoon; but if
the buyer waited till morning, the forstaller
demanded one dollar and twenty-five cents
for the same pair of chickens. Eggs, which
were assessed iu the schedule at fifty cents
pet dozen, were advanced to sixty and sev
enty-five cent 9. *
We are pleased to inform the public that
the schedule will again go into operation
this morning; and further, that no person
will be allowed to purchase in the market
except to the extent of his own immediate
wauts, and any attempt at a violation of
prices or wholesale purchase should be im
mediately reported to Mr. Emanuel Sbeftall,
Clerk of the market, who will promptly at
tend to the offender. The Savannah Market
Prices cuu be found in another column.
Billiard Tournament.—ln the great Bil
liard Tournament which ended in Buffalo
May 25, the Ist prize, a gold mounted cue
wa9 won by Frank Martiu, the 2d prize, a
silver mounted cue by J. C. Stuart.
The President s Wife.— At many places
along her return route Mrs. Liucolu was
anxiously waited for by the crowds who
wanted to express their sympathy, but she
did not permit any public demonstrations
keeping berself secluded iu her private car.
The Trout Accident.— The armed trans
port Savanuali, on her way uo passed several
dead bodies in the river—probably drowned
by the burning of the Gov. Troupe. One of
the bodies was that of a white man. A gen
tleman who saw it, says the face was cover
ed with a long red beard.
An old bachelor being asked by u pert
young gnl if he could account for the appli
ot tUc bel,e to handsome young
trfthp £ ron iP t, y re Plied that it, was owing
' composition. 7 proportion of brnss in their
Three Days Later from the
W.ISHItGTOH DATES TO JIiVE 6th.
The Suppressed Testimony before the Mil
itary Commission .betrayed to the Public.
Origin of the Assassination Plot,
Complicity of the Rebel
New York City to be Destroyed by
Fire—The Croton Aqueduct
to be Foisoned-
The Yellow Fever Plot Authorized by the
Reign of Anarchy at Galveston
A Witness Missing—Supposed Font Piny
XiATSR. FROM HV&OPS.
Great Britain Refuses Indemnity
for tbe Alabama’s Depredations.
GOLD 13 01^8.
[By the arrival of the steamship Oriental,
from Alexandria, Va., on the Cth inst., we
are iu possession of Northern dates to June
Cth. The most important of the items of the
news are given below.]
The Trial of the Conspirators—'The Rc.
The Washington Chronicle of the Oth inst.,
has the following :
The misdirected energy of some newspa
per correspondent, or the betrayal of trust
by some person employed by the Govern
ment to take charge of the secret records of
the Military Commission, has spread before
the world some of the testimony in the trial
of the conspirators which was, lor pruden
tial reasons, suppressed by the Government
A false and inaccurate report having been
printed in some of the Western papers, we
are authorized to publish in to-day’s issue
the verbatim report of the testimony as re
corded by the swarm official reporters.
The Chronicle thus summarizes the re
served testimony .•
The evidence is complete of a widely ex
tended conspiracy for the most diabolical
purposes. This conspiracy was inaugurated
among certaiu bar-room loafers of Montreal
and Toronto, who were too thirsty to remain
within the contracting limits of the Confeder
acy, or too cowardly to face their foes on the
field of battle. The expenses of the junta
were paid out of the proceeds ot blockade
runners by sea and land, and tire orders,
commissions, and plans, wero issued
by the Confederate authorities at
Richmond. Mr. Jacob Thompson was
the treasurer. He had something over a mil
lion of dollars at his command, which he dis
bursed as occasion required. This money
was disbursed, as we know from other sources
very freely at the Chicago Convention. We
learn from the testimony that it was also
used to promote the incendiary plots in New
York and Chicago, the assassinatiou of Mr.
Lincoln, Mr. Seward, Mr. Stanton, General
Grant, and other pomineut officers of the
Government, the St. Albans raid, the lake
piracies, the proposed Ogdensburg raid,
and last, but not least, the infection of our
large cities with the deadly malaria of the
yellow fever, and the poisoning of all the
waters which flows through the Crotou ac
queduct. The coolness of the calculations of
how much poisouous matter would be requir
ed to muruer the million and a half of citi
zens of New York, and the business like
w ay in which Tuompson objected to the pur
chase of so large an amount of poison that it
would be likely “to attract attention,” and
thereby defeat the scheme, will arouse the
horror aud indignation of the w T hole world.
Reign of Anarchy In Texas.
New York, May 5.
The steamer Havana brings dates to the
Advices from Galveston, by the blockade
runner Lark, to the 28th ultimo, have been
received. Great confusion and anarchy
reign in that city and Houston.
The Lark was robbed of her cargo taken
there, aud returned’to Havana in ballast.
General Magruder attempted to make u
speech to the soldiers, but he was hissed and
silenced, and was told that they had been
humbugged enough, and intended to settle
attairs for themselves.
Magruder Las returned to San Antonio.—
The Texans would fight no longer, and
wished to return to the Union
The mayor and principal citizens have left
Galveston to meet the Federal officers and
hurry up the surrender. It is also said that
Governor Murray aud Ashbell Smith have
gone to New Orleans to surrender this State.
The famous blockade-ruuuer Denbigh was
destroyed by the Federal gunboats. The
captain and crew escaped. -
The Owl returned to Havana, feaiing rob
bery at Galveston.
Arrival of Gov- Maemth at Fortress Mon
Fortress Monroe, June 4.
The steamer Starlight arrived here to-day
from Hilton Head. Among her passengers
is ex-Governor A. G. Magrath, of South Caro
lina, who is being sent ou to Washington un
Weltzel’s Texas Expedition.
Fortress Monroe, June 4.— The second
portinu of the Texas expedition fleet, con
veying the troops of the Ist division of the
25th army corps, under command of Briga
dier General Drader, have been lying on
transports in Hampton Roads, ready to start
southward, for the past two days. Major
Geucral W eitzel urrived from Gity Point yes
terday with his start', and they are busy com
pleting the preparations tor the sailing of the
division. General Weitzel has selected the
steamer Western Metropolis for his flagship.
The fleet will, it is thought, sail before to
Great Britain .Refuse* Indemnity for the
New York, June 5. The steamship city
of Washington from Liverpool 24th, brings
one day’s later uetvs.
The London Owl says, the question of the
Alabama’s depredations has at last notched
an unpleasant point, Great Britain having re
fused indemnity, and the American rejoinder
alludes to compulsion.
Th« I aria Moniteur confirms the invocation
e . °£, der stay of Federal
ships In French waters.
Gold closed at 136 1-8
New and Attractive Emigration Scheme
—Montana Territory the Destination.
Captain James L. Fisk, U. S. A., whose
explorations and expeditionary travels
through tbe great prairies and mountainous
regions of the Northwest, have made his
name famous, has accepted the leadership
and direction of anew scheme of emigration
from the West, and has begun to organize a
colony of several thousand persons to march
there from Minnesota via Forts Berthold aud
Union, on the Missouri river; cross the Mis
souri at the latter poiut, aud ascend the Yel
low Stone valley to the mouth ot Big Horn,
or to the practical bead of navigation of the
Yellow Stone, there lay off and establish a
city, and by an organized joint stock com
pany, in which all members of the colony
should lie shareholders, proceed to the de
velopment of the mineral resources ot the
country contiguous thereto.
This region of tbe Upper Yellow 7 Stone
aud its many tributaries is occupied and has
been held, since the white man knew any
thing about it, with successful tenacity by
the proud and wealthy Crow lndiaus, who
are probably the finest tribe of natives on the
continent, as their invaluable hunting grounds
testify, and, from Lewis and Clarke down
tn the most modern explorer who has yet
visited that region, it is pronounced to be the
paradise of all the Western country.
Captain Fisk will fit out a complete supply
and transportation train, w ith camp accom
modations, ike., complete, aud make his ex
pedition aud the entire enterprise self-sup
porting, by assessing each persou SIOO, more
or less, according to the extent of the privi
leges desired; this sum to be paid upon en
rolment of eacli person, a certificate receipt
given thereon, aud with this fund as the cap-.
ital everything necessary tor the supply and
comfort and use of the colony w'hile on the
march will be provided. Subscriptions to
the stock company, which must also be paid
iuupou the issue of the certificate, w ill be
invested in a portable steam saw mill, ma
chinery, implements for aiming, and such
other ways as will couiribute to the active
operation and success ot said company.—
Agricultural implements aud seeds foi the
ground and abundant stores of provisions
will also be taken out.
It will appear to every reader by tbe sched
ule of terms for subsistence and transporta
tion, &c., which are clearly stated in hi« cir
cular just printed, that they are not only
reasonable, but afford the meaus of getting
safe and comfoitable passage to tbe destina :
tion of the colony with at least oue-huif the
usual cost of such a trip in the ordinary
way. Besides tiiis, there are advantages
art Jug from being members of au organized
colony whose interests are mutual, whose
capital and all that is needed is in their or
ganized labor; and in being pioneers and
founders their harvest must be rich because
it is irom tlie first crop.
Captain Fisk w ill, we are informed, remain
hero, and may be seen at the Union Hotel.
Georgetown, until about the 10th of June'
when he will proceed to St. Paul; Minnesota,
the base of operations ; and whether the
Government does or dees not grant the very
limited aid and encouragement which is
asked, the expedition will be organized, as
stated, and ready to move from the rendez
vous iu Minnesota by the 15th of July. We
can say no less tliautowisli this commen
dable and important enterprise that success
which it deserves.
The Milledgeville and Mayfield Rail
road. — The Macon Telegraph, in speaking of
the present condition of the railroads in this
State, states that it will be possible to put the
Central Railroad iu running order in less time
than a year.
The Telegraph says that Macon must have
raihoad communication with the seacoast
somehow; aud thinks that the quickest and
most easy way to obtain that communication
is to complete at once the railroad surveyed
between Milledgeville and Mayfield. There
are only thirty-four miles of track to be laid
on this route. We call the attention of en
terprising men to this project. The road will
pay enormous profits if completed within
any reasonable length of time. Northern
capitalists cannot find a better investment for
their surplus funds.
A Despatch from General Warren.—
General Warren in a letter to the Tribune,
says he wa9 relieved only after the battle
(Five Forks) was over, and while at the head
of my troops, and when not even a fugitive of
the enemy was iu sight, I personally" sought
of General Sheridan a reason for his order,
but he would not, or could not give me one,
and declined to do so. I obeyed the order to
report to Gen. Grant that night, and was by
him assigned to the command of the defences
at City Point and Bermuda Hundred. He
gives an account of the day’s operations and
add 9 a letter from General Grant in reply to
his request for an investigation which says
that it is impossible at this time to give the
court aud witnesses necessary for the investi
gation but that there is no objection to the
publication of the request for oue. General
Warren was assigned to the command of the
Department of the Mississippi, May 1 st.
Lincoln’s Hatred of the Slave Trade.—
President Lincoln, having been applied to
to pardon a repentent 9lave trader- who had
been sentenced to prison, answered the ap
“My friend, if this man had been guilty of
the worst murder that can be conceived of,
I might perhaps have pardoned him. You
know the weakness of my nature, always
opcu to the appeals of repentance or of grief,
and with such a touching letter and such re
commeudatious, I could not resist. But any
man who would go to Africa and snatch from
her her children, to sell them into intermiu
able bondage chiefly for the sake of pecuniary
gniu, shall never receive a pardon from me.”-
f —A well-known wag stepped into a book
store and inquired, “Have you, ‘The Woman
in White’?” “Yes, replied the clerk. “ ‘All
Aloue ?”• asked the searcher after literature.
•‘Yes,” responded the clerk. “In the Dark,”
still queried the questioner. “Yes, sir,’*
again promptly answered the attendant.—
“Well, all 1 have got to say is, retorted the
wag, “you have a mighty nice thing of it
Good bye! ”
• r—Stephen A. Douglas once rehtarked,
that this government w ould never be really
strong, until someone should be convicted of
treason and deliberately hanged. Stephen
was not far wrong.
HRST FfiOVOM COURT— JUDGE EBEN PARSONS
Savannah, June 10, 1865
Nothing of interest transpired in this court
SECOND PROVOSTjcOURT CAPT. T. P. RUNDLETT,
Savannah, June 10, 1865.
M. J Doyle vs. Lew is Shieldock. Recov
ery of debt, for cash lent. Postponed until
such time as plaintiff can return from Augus
United States vs. Rose Ellen (colored)
Theft. Ordered that the prisoner be placed
in confinement thirty days, and the money
found in possession of the prisoner be turned
over to Teresa Stock the prosecutor, and
proper owner of said money.
Surgeon A. P. Dalrymple vs. R. C. Hard
wick. Violation of General Orders No. 4,
That the defendant in this case be fined in
the sum of twenty dollars, aud be allowed ten
days, in consequence of his pecuniary em
barrassment for payment of said sum. Coun
sel for defendant, Levi S Russell.
Michael Gordon vs. Peter Wbittey, Henry
Benner, Mrs. McCase. Recovery of Rem.
Judgment rendered in favor of plaintiff in the
first case the amount due. In the second
case the defendant is allowed time, until he
is paid off by tbe Government. In the third
case the defendant is allowed thirty days to
pay said rents, or otherwise vacate the prem
ises she now 7 occupies, the property of plain
tiff'. Counsel for plaiutiff, Hon. D. A. O Byrne.
James Smith vs. Win. Alford. Recovery
of mule, the property of plaiutiff Ordered
that delendaut turn over 9aid tnule to plain
tiff', the proper owner.
Jacob Kobn vs. Mrs. Simmons. Recovery
of Rent. Case dismissed. Counsel for
plaintiff, F. W. Johnson.
United States vs. Maria Hardy, Charged
with having a distillery in her possession,
and six gallons of whiskey already manufac
tured. Ordered that the distillery and whisey
now in possession of the Chief of Police, lie
confiscated ,f»r the benefit of tbe United
States Government, and that tbe prisoner be
fiued in tbe sum of fifty dollars.
PULASKI HOUSE, JUNE 10.
G W Filled, 10', th N Y V's, A Reppard. XVaynesboro,
Mrs C Williams, Ga, JJDale,
M N Colly, Ga, .Mrs Plank, “
A H Powell, Macon. Ga, Mis- Plank, “
A L Tyler & child, Macon,: Mrs P*neaudon, “
WM Smith, Augusta, Ga, iMrsEE Laccapagne ASon
TN Johnson, *• Charleston, S C,
James H Taylor, •• 'Miss Laccapagne, do,
■] Wilier, “ |E CCox, Macon, Ga,
A D Hill, •* Lt E E Dunbar, Augusta
•J Marshall, “ |Thos Muiray,
VYm M Ladd, Virginia, 'G Stranby, Charleston,
Carter, “ |c a pt HG Briggs; NY,
W m H Scott, *• W Thompson. Ga,
Dr James Stewart, City, L G Mosier, USA,
Osceola Butler, dtp, |H Eelley, USA,
A Apple, Ga, A Stevens, H Head,
li b Goodrich A Son, Au- J 8 Vreeiand. H Head.
gusta, Ga, Wra R Breadv, Staton Ci’k
O E Keegan, Mass, Jas Ci aig, “
Mrs M E Harlow, Waynes- Joseph Forster, “
boro, Ga,/ Jas K Kelley, «
Lewis For key, H Head, Capt Mubin, do,
Gen Edwin P Davis, Wash- Lieut Childs, do,
ington, D C, Lieut Hall, do,
Capt F Noblett, do,
PORT ROYAL HOTEL (Hilton Heady Jnne 9.
' iss J Gould, Charleston, W Cantwell, H Head,
II O Marley, Mass, C S Folsom. Muss,
G W Williams, Charleston, F Y Clark, Savannah,
Mrs M McLaughlan and G Parsons, “
child, Charleston, 0 S Bennett, “
J G Hassard. Boston, G Baker, USA,
Lt D G Spear, :• Miss J A Young! N Y
J S Murelaud, Penn, Mrs Williams <te child, H H.
C Kennose, II Head Mr Marvin, N Y,
Lt R C Loveridge, Fernan- D S Sheffield, Fla.
dina, Lt J W Allen, 3d U S C T
Mrs R C Loveridge, do P Meagher, Lt and AA G
Miss A Burch, do :A W Stone, Savannah,
C A Dennis, H Head, 1 J R Carig, Hilton Heud.
M X Calley, Georgia, 1
M W Scott, Maryland, O A Marston, 14th N H V,
W S Winder,. “ J W Clift, AA S, Sav’h,
WE Dickinson, “ JNichollsriWurreuton, Ga,
11 V Harten, “ Lt F Wheeler, 14th X H V,
D Coflorty, “ C G Howard, “
LtWßFlagter, USC TANARUS, G DRichoulson, “
S B Sprague. II Head, D Benedict. Hilton Head,
D Benedick, Beauiort, C Bradley, “
F A Tupper, Savannah. G W Sanborn; “
MINIATURE ALMANICfc-- THIS WEEK
Sun Kises:Bun Sets;MoonSets|High Water
12 | M... 452 | 7 0 | 945 1 9 80
13 ITn .. 452 I 7 7 I 10 27 | 10 16
14 | W ... 452 . | 7 7 I 11 7 | 11 7
15 Th .. 462 I 7 8 11 40 In 59
10 IFr .. 462 17 8 morn. ev. 67
17 | Sa.. 462 1 7 9 025 I 167
13 | S ... 472 17 9 1 6| 8 2
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Steamer U S Grant, Briggs, Hilton Head; steamer
Sylph, French, Hilton Head; steamer Jeff Davis, Hen
ry, Poor Robin; U 8 steamer Cosmopolitan, Crowell.
Hilton Head; schr J S Shingle, Summers, Hilton Head;
schr P O Doyee, Downing, Hilton Head; steamer Stan
dish, Moore, Upper River Obstructions; steamer Emi
lie, Bender. Darien, Ga; steamer Planter, Small, Dari
en, Ga; tug Shephard, Bliss. Hilton Head; steamer
Resolute, Cannon, Hilton Head; steamship Oriental,
Gibbs, Washington, DC, via Alexandria, Va
Steamer Louisborg, Dill, Hilton Head; steamer Sa
vannah, Eldridge, Augusta; steamer Resolute, Can
non, Ililtou Head; tug Shephard, Bins Hilton Head;
steamer U S Grant, Briggs, Hilton HeacFT steamer
Sylph, French, Hilton Head.
An aiti cle that is at once a teeth presen er and breath
purifyer, aud yet so pleasant and convenient to use,
its exceeding popularity doos not surprise any one.—
Time has fully established the fact that the Sozokont
possesses these excellent qualities iu an eminent de
gree. lt has legitimately acquired the right to a posi
tion upon eyPry toilet table.
• Sold by Druggists everywhere.
Those desirous of purchasing cither Wagons or Har
ness at reasonable rates, will do well to call at
W. A. BEARD’S, 164 CONGRESS STREET,
Aud examine his Stock, consisting of
1 Open BUGGY” ;
1 Two seat BUGGY, light;
1 EXPRESS WAGON;
1 Covered WAGON;
2 Two seat WAGONS. • Je6-2w