The Savannah Daily Herald.
FKIDAT, JUNE 30, 1863.
FKO.H OIJB EVETO EDITION
JUDGE T. P. RI’XDLKXT.
We haVe received for publication the sub
joined-testlmonifcHo the efficiency and excel
lent business qualities of a good and.popular
official,, which we print with much pleasure :
It gives us pleasure to record the riniver
«ai . sutistiMtlion which this competent officer
has given to the bar, and the public, by his
ftble u «ind succi ssful administration of the
Complicated and tielicate dutit-sot his office.
Judge Rundlet has proven hiipso.U well
worthy of the position he held, under the
Governmentarid the favorable expression
Sis opinion which we have heard in the pub
lic .tbc-roug Clares and private parlors of the
city, concerning his. .performance of his. du
alike flattering to his judgment and
abilities. In the retirement of the. Judge.to
more secluded pursuit s we" wish bltn all the
success which ..slK4ild 'follow hiß energeMC,
and industrious habits. Citizens.
Obsequies of the Late CoNßad Wei
gand.— I this morning at ten o’clock the sol
g’piffi.rite# for the dead were performed over
th i e.hdiiy,oU Mr,Conrad Wcigaßd; late Pro
prietor of the Savannah Hotel-and 4 Yolks
Garten. The remains were then removed
from his late residency.to the hearse awaiting
its reception, when the funeral cortege
moved in the following order. Ths profes
sion was headed by the Savannah Orchestra
and the Band of the 6th U. S. Infantry, fol
lowed by the funeflffßScdft,the Germania Fire
Company No 10, Foreman, Heary Blunn.
Nekt dauie tfaehhearsfc contaiuhig 1 the ‘re
mains of the deceased; pallbearers, Valen
tine Basljii, L Salvatfaare,-John Schwartz, A.
Stamm, John Harris, Philip Hermann, M.
Broker, Honqrary Membera<f er
mania Fire Company No. 10, German Friend
ly Society and citizens. Carriages contain
ing the family and rei-alives’of the deceased,
followed ; after which was a line of carriages
and buggies containing friends.and acquain
tances, and citizens ou.horseback.
The, beauiiluriMd impressive Dead Mar.ci>,
perfofSDcd .Ijffk the SaviHtaaU ..City Orchestra
and 6th U. S. Infantry Band, was composed
for the occasipn jQho . Weigaud, of
the Savanuah City Orchestra.
The mournful cortege proceeded dbiVn
Congress street to Whitaker Bfreetp through
Whitaker street ...street, up Hull
street to the Ogjechee. Ilpad. t hence to Laurel
Grove'Cernelry, where the rcmalus of the
'ftttre interred iu the family lot
A large number of epectatoini was‘fll*racted
an air of regret aqd sympathy wap ~uhiyers
If.li.r ai,.',. i .'»!,• ’ -*•••• *
.+■. Ljne at STEAitfcHfl to-Palatka, FtoJnc*. —
The pnblic wiil be gratified to learn that- an
arrangement.! has bean made for two-steam
ers to .ply .between thia-xlty -aod - Pafatka,
Florida, ipup lffqg at Uie land
ing as before the war. *' 4
• One of the beats-iethewreli -known steamer
Stj Johns, wuijch has begu.refupdeled and rer
fitted, aud will be ieady to take her place
on the'-fifie InytilM tytfeks ' 3^'
They will carry thejneUt.&f*eight&nd pas*
"Wufl Hi iff
4 fr-Mf #9*v •** " 1 *'•***- *■-' I
- Asb Staff.—
Maj. Gen. Q A. Gillmore arrived hefre this
morning;* by-.the, steamer W. W. Coit, on a
brief'trait’.* * He Wa% atVompanied ijty the fpl-
Thompson,; Provost- |1 ’ (Ja&fM • ;2f*J.
George £. Gonr.aid,-laHpect.iT General ; Maj
W*: S ; Gweral'; .'-dapL
H. M. Bragg, A, D. C,; Lt.. E* A &. ; Tal
cbtt| .A. D. U. !. J . 7; • 7 . ■,
t Hatti is Lee.—This young
time- 'connected- witii l ’ vUe
Savannah Theatre, ancl now attached to" tie
Davi oparttGompa&yatr titlfcfa Head, baa a
Jtei# to-morrow even*
iag,& a* ; .advertised. ’under our Atfrasemgnt
7'" : .\.,7; 7
Cpfps, Tecently mtUlnled at Washington,
and refused to cross therivertoh hew catapf
in* groofldttQ.lCh»i:cli ;they fcadibecn -ordered,
umil-they-werapakFeffr ' After
demonstrations they were finally pacified and
arrange manta, were made to. them their
money ,atjoncm .Some of- them bad not been
paid for more titan ten months.
Easjfem to write nn account saf the laying of
the Attanrrtc telegraph cable,. ; , The work .will
be Illustrated.,..published in London.
Mr. aCiyuit W. v Field bad returned to
London, .-after visiriaj* Valgntiap tp hfraage
for the lqyiqg of the nhpre epetof the cable.
Mr. Lufcdy is a passenger, on board the
Asia, on the why-to : HeaitSs Content, N, F..
f&j&'t all ready at that point for the landing
tfnhfe qabi&" "7 7;*: "■ ;;/.; :.v;
" —The Emperor of Austria is taking notice
of the Daute Festival, As.Padua University
sjjji qhf fa which, he studied, he.Te.uads
tberfe "a Dante scholarship of five hundred
fiorlus value in favor of a student of philoso
phy, who shall devote, two years to research
es calculated to enhance the glory of the
great Italian poet. .» w■* a ■■■ >• • ,
6 aßrincsss Dagmar..of .Denmark has
received the insignia, of tqe prder of St. Anne
from the Empress of Russia, t<s which dis
tdiction te Attached- a of 40,000 ru
bles, Thia Prlncess was the betrothed df the
lat* Czare witch. - w- -**•••* •w...u \j
—The proclamation of President’Johnson
rem®.vi n K tberastrictiona on- trade with the
ia Uofidoa. Official
HiMl m* •iiftbßii* a*** •**'‘**' ; v«- *****
The Very Latest from the North.
SPECIAL DISPATCH FROM OCK OWS fOM
: Loss of tlie Stonmsliip Golden
The Senate of Frankfort, Germa
ny, on the Death ot Lincoln.
AN IMPORTANT LEGAL DECISION.
The Markets, Stock's, Gold, etc.
etc.,- 1 -*■* etc. ‘>|
By the following special despatch from our
New Yor& correspondent, dated" 3 P. M.,
June 2ftb, we are enabled to announce the
loPi of Hie California, aieamslup Golden Rule,
and the stock-market, piicc of gold,' etc.i fcxr
June 24th, together with other interesting
news not contained in the. JT Y- papers re
ceived by tbe Nevada. ui " :i; -- ■*
. % . .
The Steamer Golden Rale Wrecked—Ail
.—e» Board fsavetl. — ; —-
Quarantine, $. 1., June 24.
The Steamer Golilen Rule, from Aspinwall,
with Calitbrnia passengers.-was wreeked on
Ronedai Reef 4al ' ** a '-"
All bauds saved..
The Senate of Frankfort on the death of
«*?* :JUT. Jblucoln.!.
A copy has been received in this city of tbe
resoluiions passed by the- Senate of the Free
City of Frankfort, on hearing of the death ot
Presidout-Bincoln.' It is aignbd by their Gov
ernor, the Burgomaster; and expresses the
ppiftitfi ffegret bjjj tlie Bqnaieiiii regard to tlie
mournful occurrence as. well as their itidigna
tionaKthe Avrcktd^ltedl. 0 - • -
The .AiTie.rican9 iu Frankfort observed the
day of-humUatioh on . Juuel Ist, byspechti
services at tins - Watering place ot Hamburg:
Bishop Kep, of paUfornia; presided. The
fahg'r&l discourse \V»s preached in the priu
ucipal church, aud the-English Chaplain
participated in the services. :
- BAa/riudKg, June24,lß6s.
Flour dull and heavy.; sales of Western
Extra at $7.75. Wheat declined" 3 a*sc. cam
dull; sales of white at 83c. and yellow at 80
a 30q. Provisions -quiet. i Wtiisktfy ;dull at
$2.08 a 2.09.
Important Legal Decision.
• BostoV; June 24.
The United States, vs, the claimants for
Tnis case was heard In the Uuitecl,si&tes
District Court, before Judge Lerin.
The cotton was picked up floating off Wil
mlugtqftt -,:>!>.s the steamer \ leksburg.
The United otates claimed it as a prize, and
thfe.. 'Vlckkhurg r. 4 claimed it.. as, - property
derelict.. At. u i-> is j> ;C - ii v■» * |
The decision is now given that the prop
erty is a prize te the.Uiiited- States. It has
heretofore been the practice, in New York,
to’tflkfaihfc 'fiutier wkfcep (fetufn ahd goods
so,picked up, although the point, .has nut
beeu, pieviuus to thG decision, adjudicated.
■This decision establishes, there tore, a Very
valuable 1 precedent.-* 1 - ® <- ••
Iu the same Court a motion was made by
the United State* Attorney, for the sale ot
the Georgia, the well, known Conlederate
cruiser,’ find Vas resisted 'ln behalf'' of Ed
ward Bates, of Liverpool, the claimant*
Tne motiou was allowed by the Court, tuffi
theaaie-of. the. vessel ordered, on the ground
that longer delay would cause usuch a depre
ciation iu the value ol the vessel as to afleet
tho interests of ail the panies concerned.
Cincinnati, June 24.
Chiei Justice Chase has arrived here and
will probably remain Several days.
The Commercial's Columbus correspou
pundepi says; /riie prp.on Thursday destroy
ed Charon & Son's carriage factory, and sev
eral dwellings. The loss is not stated.
• . i* n Five &i Louisville-«
LocisvillivKy, June 24.
The Agricultural Implpipeßt and Matrass
Factory of Dickinson, Bennett & Co„,_ wa a
destroyed by an acckleptal fire, ytwterday.
Loss ij)30,000, on wnicJi there is an insuranu;
<A k F^; 1 ? Pbiladelp^iia v J; ~.
Philadelphia, June 24.
A fire, this morning, destroyed Henry Dis
ton s Straw Factory on^Haylock and Front
streets. Loss $50,000. The Flour Mill of
WilmartU & Kooks, adjoining, was injured
tiv tub auCfoufit of $6,0u0:
, Exjilolou of a Locomotive.
“ ; PniiAbkirktAi Jtfn^'24.
Eugiue No. 26 of the Philadelphia and
Hoad exploded,this. ..morning
Otrftftj tffflttle Work'” In front ofthe 'engine
house. No one was. killed. The Engater,
WnS.-'Clifford, liad both lits leg3 :: brbkcn.
.. .. . ... _ ( Nciv'Vdvln ,
,*ll* as ilune . '
Stocks.dull aud..pt£ady; j. .
Gold vperied at ir4, fell to 141.8*4, and
closed at 142. 4,
. U. 8, Sixes, 11 §1.ilO: .. .
U. 8." fitte-fvfa'uff,Coupon, Pi 3 IrS.' ** ’
U. 8. Fives, ten-forty, Coupon, 96r V .
U. 8. Fives, ten-forty, Registered 96 T-2. *;
, Tw.a.wi£»ptfi*. seyvn thirties second s«rh%.
! v..y* OPC yaw certificates, a
Tennessee fcjixes, Tj,,.,..;,
Ohio and Miss, certificates, 24.
Efi#fid Mongage,-18-79, 10A- ‘ •
Illinois Central Bonds, H 7.
Hf apd, sk, J.bsepb“tst L. : G7 Bonds, 95.
.Cleveland & Pittsburg 4th- Mortgage 74.
.MU-waukie-d; st. Paul, Ist Mortgage, 72.
Miph. Central eights,; new
Mariposa, fist Mortgage, 40.
Canton; Company, -i !• ( -
Mariposa Mmiug Company, 12 3-4.
Del. & Hudson Canil, 143. ;! ' F- -'
Atlantic Slafl Steamship, Cppapanv, ex dl-'
9 Cafy Iriipf overaent,. 267"' - * '
Brunswick City Laud Company, 8,
: Chicago, Burl. A Qpincy, ,108. " " J "
New York Ceqtralfb 3-4.“ '
i Reading-R.R;$4 1-2.
| , Mich!gau ; C’*ehtfal r R; R., 103 1-2.
'"Michigan 80 & N. Indiana, 63 1-4
Cleveland and Pittsburg, G 7 1-2 “ - 1
; Chicago -2. '
Chicago & N. Western pfed, 54.
Chicago & Rock Island, 100.
Pitts. Ft. Wayne & Chicago, 95 7-8.
Chicago & Alton, 92.
Cumberland Coal preferred 41,
Flour.—Receipts, 18,745 bbls. State and
Western, without decided change. Sales
6,200 bbls. State $5,50 a 6,25 : Ohio, SC,-
60 a 8,15 ; Western, $5,50 a 640 ; Southern
quiet; sales, 400 bbls, at $7,00 a 12,00. Ca
nadian quiet; sales 300 blis., at 6,05 a 8-15. '
Com—scare?, and la2c, better.
Oats—scarce and la2c. better. *
Pork—iower and dull: sales 750 bbls.; Mess
$24 50 ; prime slßa T 8.50.
. Lard quiet; sales 200 bbls, at 15 1-2ei
Whiskey—steady with buyers at $2.02,
and sellers $2 03,
Pklladeiphia Market. -
Phu-acelhia, June? 4, 186Sk>i
t lour very dull, but prices without alter
ation. Wheat firm ; Sales 1,000 bushels Os
Southern Red at SI.BO and red Penusyivahla
at $1.75. Corn quiet; sales of Yeflow at
96 a 98c. Oats firm ; sales af 7Qc._ provi
sion steady,,.. Wqiskey dull. Petroleum
firmer; sales of Crude at 33- a 34c ; refined
in bond at 52 a 63c., and free at 72 a .72 l-2c.
K .4 >.4. ..Hi tl—- -I - -
„ T|*B jCOYRTS. a
PROVOST COURT—CITT Or SaVATWAH, tIECT.
HANSON c. GIBSON, JUDGE, PRESIDING. *•
Savannah, June 28th, 1865,
la tho;;<s^s6'Of the Upij,ed Stages'val John
O Dottnell and Mrs. o’D<)nnell r : held under
adviaement frbm the, 27th. lust!' Ordered that
John O’Donnel, the first named prisoner, be
discharged-. In thecaso of Mra: O'Donnell,
the second named prisoner, ordered that she
be fhfed in the Sadi of fifty dollars; in default
of payment of said fine, she be imprisoned for
daya ; and the distillery and whiskey be
confiscated for the benefit- of the U. 9. Gov
ernment. i-. ~s *i a .-i > *■£
United States vs. William Fleming, Thos.
2>eason,. .Daniel- 9bea, Norris - Sullivan
charged with assault and battery on Cyrus,
Ccpldre^-)_.John R,.Hover, U. S. Policeman,
prosecutor for U. S. Plea—guilty.
guilty. Ordered, that in consequence of
the prisoners’ juvenility, they be discharged
from custody 'with a Severe admoriitibii.
United States :vs. .Patrick . Naughton—
charged with, having . a distiilery in, his. pos
session for the purpose of manufacturing li
quors. ’ Plea—not guilty. CasVbeitfunder
advisement-untH 9 o’clock°a-. ! m.- ?9fh hißt.
Proseciftof for tfie United States, oergt M.
J. Milliken o 4 theaU. States! Police. •
Street Commissioner .peymaa-PpthiS
chifd, David Roos, Wm. P. Sweataam—vio r
lation of ordera of Street Department. In
the fiWt’CfiSe tfie dofaridant is "fine'd In the
sum of ton dollar*.* in the second the defen
dant is fined in.lfie sijtn qf.Twenty, dollars, it
being his second offence ; in the third case
the-deTendant ii rscased -te' -cdnseqdetibb iQf
case, but a repefition of the offence will sub-
gerald InspefctOr Jd Diittrifct, Ptoii'ecutor on
behalf of Street Commissioner. B
Uuhed State* vs; John Marshall ‘(Cfilqrcd)
charged with theft. Piea not Tenfict
uot that in! 'cohsequehce of
thf.iaiittre of the prosecutor to Appear .rtbe
case be dismissed and the prisoner released
from custody. -Counsel..for defendant F~, W»
; Uifited States vs. Catherine. LeaSty—rCharg*
public peace.' On motiofeof=toe Hon. Philip
M. counsel .for.,the proseeutioi^.ac»
ceded to by the counsel for the defendant; iti
cousoquenpc ot having settled their difficul
ty; Ordered !tbe. Case be disnij[ssied,r4
Counsel for the prosecution Eon. Philip SL
Russell. Prosecutor for the United States
Mrs. Alice Cass. Counsel for defendant
Hon. Dbmitifck A.’D’ByThe. 1 ' " ■ '- t!:
Two literaryladieawere lately witnesses
in a trial. Que of them, upou hearing the
usual questions asked, *‘-Wbat’'hry'our name,
and bow old are you ?” turned to her com
panion and sftM,- l *‘ Tdo. nbt like to tell my
age,"not; thitt Objection to its being
known, but Ido not want, if published In-jafi
the newspaiiers-;’’ ..‘.‘..WjelU- a&U- theTwit'ty
Mrs. S-, “ I will tell you how to avoid it.—
You have heard the objection to aU hearaav
evidence; tell them you don’t remembef
whea yon wwe bom, afid aH you knOwtirit
is by hearsay. The rbse Wok, and the ques
tion? was not pressed*: **“• • ,‘v •
jr •:> ~ n *‘ 4 4*-
; -rThe (hGt that there are.no less than fifty
tupppls tq paaaed i.feetwaen, fiokignau And
Pistola will sthfice to giv* a toleraWe kiea Os
the angmcejlug'difficulties eneouateved -upon
the line of railway, which at.; present forms
the sole mesas 1 of
of course, the oJdi jppstaV. roact,)lseitiifeen7the
northern and the central pmyjhoea of Italy.
Some of these tunnels jire very,'- short,V It’’is
true—a mere momentary plunge into the
I darkness of the abyss; but ot hdrsiare of con
siderable let!glh- T ajn,e. .about a. quarter the
length of theiliront Ceniadtmnei. ~ &
; i B , en ~tl«Q«^U..,the
Corporation bf London, ya q controversy,
upon the question whether grass will grow
upon sea-saud if nutriment be supplied in
solution. The Corporatioh pfepqsies tq‘grow
I Italian rye-grks's:off the English sands by 4m
pregnatlug.tAe sand with tLOndou sewage in
solution; hut Baron'Liebeg tella-the Lord
Mayor that the schema is
—King George of Greece and his whole
court lately made a tour in *the hpribeastern
part of bis kingdom The King had already
visited Chalcis on' the Euripus, the
capital <now called Atalunta,; Thermopylee
and Lamia, and was received
with a warm welcome. Jbe recent tour will
include,the wiey. of.Ae Mount
(Etna, tfie Small district of Doris proper,
DftphT, Daufe, Charbiia, Leba
dea, Thebes and Plataa.. . .
—An official diplomatic correspondence'
between England and America is publishedi
relative' to the ‘fitt fes : and privUeges. cf Brit
ish Consuls da America. * It, ends .-by Mr.
Seward cheerfully. -according, to the ■ British
Consuls all the privileges eDjoyed by the
United Slave* Cpastfisto the British domin
ions. "*77 • 7- is iiu*
The Desolation of V^ginia.
A correspondent of the N Y. Herald,
traveling through those counties qf Tlrglnia
which for four years were the theatro of
military operations on a gigantic scale, .thus
graphically describes what he saw -. TANARUS” ,
A trip on horseback through the counties!
of Orange, Culpeper and Fauquier, with at
distinguished ‘cavalry officer as* my cqrnpau- 1
ion, has revealed to me the fact that, al
though terribly scarred and desolated by the
moverueuis ot large armies -backwards. aad
forwards for four of unparalleled war
fare, the land 9 generally have been improv
ed by speh a sqaspu.of rgst irom cultivation;
and now, as the pyp .tak.es, in from spur
of the mountains the broad sea of grass wav
ing. -rippling and undulating over -tlie fertile
plains as far as sight can reach, the feeling
that we are ouce-more in the land of prom
ise comes back upon us, opening a wide and*
well" 1 marked though somewhat "lafioribusi
pathwfij r to that wealth, refinement and*
wholesome -hospitality which havteverbeen*
the distinguishing features tis thts beirutifttl
portion of the Okl Dommion. - “ •
•: icxqeptipn of
one nr two here and there, thqrs is
scarcely a tence. tfrorthy fr6m, : tfee
Rapidjiu to Bull pun t and tilt? fiqld?, qnce
the pride of the farmers’' hearts' and sffijf in
by “ten fails and a fifferj” ’are now broad
commons, with old lanamards obliterated,!
ditches filled . up, , v aud
barn3 in ruins, while the lone and blackened
chimneys of the oncedmppy homestead stand
like some grim old sentries on guard until
tkelaßfc-“ j-d.'-a-ittjb:* ‘••.a .u--u; r'-iOVt**.*
.. .... land marks of war. L . :
The once majestife fdfests bf'daft, hl'ckofy,
cI SW.. Ij^eoCthsQfSSge
an'd Alexandria Raufoad "have disappeared,
and given, plack td the rude huts- and *rabina
improvised by the armies of Lee and Meade,
and instead of chinquepins
and chestnuts, one kicks up old- canteens,
worn out,.kuai>sacks. odd shoes,, bread boxes,
suggestive onrtie faitk; ’’ bay
with hero und-there a atand
of grape, a ten-pounder Parrott shell, and
everywhere almost, >thel-hollow base “little
Mmies,” whose vfhistliug toaq#>re:
to,US.aIL . _ tl _, U v^!, L ,,,, ~,i w,
.Vi THR PESPROTED it J ii,«
The village of Raocoont'ord‘is a’ village no
longer,- . Btevensburg is on
the military maps. Brandy station is a bran
dy smash, and, all to pieces aj, that* and all
and' fe<?rossihg ‘the
railroad, one s£&s nothing tvb'er'e mans agency
is etpeerned bm, titter- desolation, while
Providence, with' lavish hand, has’-hebiguly
clothed the fields ip waving green. The. air
is soft and balmy, the streaifig 'glide tfaobth
ly °n, regardless and all
earth and Hca*-in proclaim: more .forcibly
than ewr, the hand that-made f# t^viue.
are returning !.<*> tXJjelr papje ;;bfißfiy;Jfiofaes,
hStwWiKbiW. refSigiues. only! can
know, and are patching up-ahy .outbuildings
at hand for ,a. tempQrary reyidtmcfe,'uiulf the
“gVb'af 1 Ifaiimwibm
forts collected gcouud ttiem.i Tbe negroes are
very quiet and very eamest'.hi tijeir deslfe to
earn something iW«Dge
county they can,o ,hired, lor aieiz food ond
quarters; but this does notpertaiuia.Odlpep
per and Fauquier, where' labor is SCSrce. apd
m ; -demalld 1 R» i uearly:e'v^ry : ne^r<i—fiat(h,‘Wo»
map,and child-rrJsfit home, early in the.war,
with the hope..of ah impro-ved oonditiorHh
the crowded streets of Atexatodfia&nll \Vasli
ington. The supply, however, will bo equal,
and. perhaps mute than equal, to tlie demand
when the tanners thilW prepared to
cultivate their lands ;Dut just now thereto'a
fediog of--oppressive uiigeitaipty ;hanglhg
over every man’s head, and until
established, magistrates* sheriffs, surveyors,
commissioners, &c., are appointed, this feel
ing; wili prevail, and tefid materially to retard
the development of the agricultural resources
of the country,: and bt toat desito to'dd
duty as good and loyal dtizt&s,- which, is-the
rtdbere aud liertr-tiy- wish ot' -praerdenthtr of ttffi
people of Virgldia; noW that'* the 4 '
struggle is over, and which has been decided
finally against tUepi,: L Tha farmers need near
ly every article necessary to a successful cul
tivation of their lands, aud with but lim
ited mean* -Yes rid credit,
and an entirely new system of labor to con
tend with, the problem cw[success seems to be
one of difficult solution; but with industry,
skill and integrity, the prolific soil will soon
supply; their audi» .ikjjfc\fcyea*»tofae
will scarcely be able to recognize this as the
ciae.eis bsAtle-ground sf the, two.cebsbrated
armies of the Potomac and Northern Virginia.
—The Earl of Eauiskillen, grandmaster ot
addi-ess imploring the members—on whose
j laud, even though they contravene the prin
j has .teenl
! a chief characteristic—to use the “greatest
: precaution during
niversaries, and not to share in or connive at
thq.^ i ghte?i .iaiacttpnclilie ,uii! -i-s:. *«»
On the occasion of the last trip to this
tovvn, a young lady “of high family and
great : eaptat t ea
;quay by her father’s land agent. - gUey.was
eloping with a firan- named
been a servant on hei*'fetiiei , ’sf‘pixipei i^*. ' Ti|u
l«4y#;lfeWft samite f>aid.,;|tq be;M99re» Juna
who is represented as belonging .to the. coun
ity of Wafeffdftf,'' w'etit homfc qdieiiy'wim the
agent, and the lOvLug'&wakr ’eame on to thjs
•country;':.!!a. ~':0 A oiaariS'.Jfi ■£> -BWfriß M wlva
-URichal'd Brsttmi' lildqey
Bosidfi;- .retired ...leather
lecturer—has lately died?- 11 After -Ids
tirement he contracted parsimonious habits. ’
iFor :d#ys. though 1 possessed bf:
property to the amount of 20,000 lbs., he
.sustained himself upon 'a' pennyworth of
porter. The property has been bequeathed
- —The improvcmcnt ln the cotton trade is
phown by »;o*rifce amongst a lewt ioottbai <op»’
eratives in Rochdale last month, which, was
however, speedily 1 ’ ■settled ’by the masters
consenting to thfr 1 demand fef the •wrirk]j#n
It to believed v iq . Rochdale 7thai:’ tieic-e..';Kin
phertly by a scarcityAf>Work:ipW|fleix;.;;!;o
—A serious accident at
the new station of the NorSh Loudon-: "RMI
- now building iA:Eivt*p©o* MttetfJLbn*
don. Several of" thd‘. l masSiitev:tta‘n'ialtaers
fell, carrying with iheffi ;: iiiaigq.:quomSyipf
brickwork. Several workmen
ly injured, and-one ofthem"TlM :
. The charity children of London pane kti
Bt. Paul’s. Cathedral bn Jirne Ist, in
aIDC «:M dustom-? tbey.wfcro 1
pfeaefavTwhy the Bishop. iwfSl
Ros-«ll, C H Rates, m, A B Ives, 8 E Walsh, R 8 Mott W
Kohn, W WoodhriJge, W Salzar, Mrs CSau-
Vtrto*. MeiulwrJ (t liro, Dzyilanskisk Sngira, W U Stark
8 iarrelly, 1 D Laßoche. X Pepper, 9 H Eckmaii. A ScM*
?« her - 5“ * Cos, V R^harf
Browu, AV W Llboold, Rart-H &Hi *e!l A-tftms Expre®
Order, D Callahan, D H baldv.iu HU on A R itdeU, Wm
Batn-rsh>-, J 0 Douuell. E R>ud. O Voloar, coj-e ft Moli
na, J t-ippman, C U Gilbert, EEiidfeh,' |DSte
Gemenden, Sn-wart A Cos, H AAer, 0 R CJB
King, Order Bin a diamond, J conderdorf. UAS B V
Einstein, J 8 Mas in, W f Matter, 8-R Tyli Dr k I> Ar.
n,.ld, V Lovett, Brigham. Baldwin * Cos. 1 S MarOn
.WitT-A Morgan, Un hoaheiaer. A Seiiß&M >id^er°’
:• -..-r-M. HOW ,-!
PB SPARED F.OR- 8Q SIN S » 9 ,
—Us Ttfg' EicBANGE.
and Papar-for Colfectioa received. - •
••‘U'ffv •» Biaaxm Northern <3iU« purchased.
Checks o» New York funiiahcd.
UV-Vu-..-1 i :i LC. KOEVELL,
JACOB sPlFfi y,
• ......“A*;*,®s.9*.* i- 44 i..,i ..
L. C. NoEVKtW J .. Fkan-OH SoEHEtt,
iv ; .v. a-ui iu. PENRY S. PITCH, :..;
NoUry and Solicitor,
Savannah, 26th June; •> ■■■■■*■■■ i
1!’ : l ' ‘ f|| 1 j • 'J- l*- ~*’ *•-'
-j- TREASURY DEPARTMENT, •’ t
.•£, ~i thb Ccbeehot, V
is i-.... ; 10th,;lgd6,
~ WttEftEAfl, to satisfactory .evidence presented to
iW}er?l«ned„ k has.heen. made to appear.that “Th*
SiVATiNAH Nationax Bakk," In the aty of vanned
lu.lhe Chatham, and State of Georgia, has
Been ;dnlyorgatiiisd odder and aacocdlng to the re
theAct.of Congress entitled "-An Act
1 ,9 P r flldde a Nations], Aorsncy, seem ed by a pledge of
United States bonds, and to provide for the cl. colattea
and-sedemptioh thereof," approved Junes, 18M,' and
has complied with aU the provisions of aald Act re
quired to be 'complied with before commencing the
busines# ! qjfßanking.imde^salfiAcjt; . . ... x
Now, therefore, I, Frecman Clarke, Comptroller Os
tfie do hbrebv certify that “ Tag Savannah
National Rank,'' in the city of Savannah, in the
County of Chatham, and State of Georgia, iaguthop
ized to commence the business of "Banking under the
%■ £*■.**■ •,
In testimony whereof; witness my hand and aeal ot
office, this lOthitt/eff ; Jilne; 13&.
. i- titsv --• PHEEMAN’CLARIbe.
[>*A2£64 -v/ Comptrollar of tbe Gafrtu'cjr.
QJLASS I GLASS If '
'Si : i i 4 4 v iA
D.. s. v JSWin/s3taKu A SON,
.IWiARfitLaV . -‘i -.*44%'- ''- "
(Formerly Sohank A Downtho^
>.iuib--x* tw-*. >**
Importers and Dealers . !„.;
* . ..
COACH, B ' <;
. kotube glass.
. .sr.-t .«• •
... . ,-t
’’* ''-Outsit— 6 (
COLORED AND ORNAMENTAL GLASS,
,ti*>4AU v* a: i l*i -£ A i* A- '■ -■
ROUGH PLATE GLASS
‘tlJl.i-svU.'-ST'ii* 4 J.*-*--*! |i 't t! li. !• u ■ .
FOR FLOORS and SK YLiOHW,
FtoaUif to X-JS-inehes ufldf
.ft-i.'ik' Ut -H'S:J —• s ■ • - t
pulse .iii . ■
' Chambers', street,
. " NEW YQRk; • • . . 3
X> MENT AT BEAUFORT. ■ ■ • 1 ‘
We. r «iV«ct£ijl.ly;e»li the attention of the pnWie to
our BaJfefy & Confectionery Establishment in Sam.
A. Cooley’s Building at Beaufort; at> which we: are
prepared promptly to fill any orders which may be for
warded to us. Special attention is paid to the man
ulacture of ; OrUMUentai FieCea, Fahey Confectionery,
and Elegant Pastry, for holiday or.' estival tables.
Feb. 3-ts 'MCMANCB & MUKHAY.
Dt;. HKAUQ«RB »EP T OF THE SetTTßit
Hiuw Heal, 8. £. ,Jone 20,18U>, J
OETEiAL 03 MBS,V - “ r '
I. TbeTdlF)Wlng fiircuiar from thie War Department
is pubjished tor tlfe lniorthattomo; this eommand;
Washington, Jane S, ISJ,
( officers of
; organizations are settled, ilbsterfug Officers should
satisfy themselves that the rolls and returns, xs re
(pdred hx.Armyßegnlations for their organixutlhus,
have been forwarded to this office "
E D. TOWNSEND,
'VAtrp t-a Wo rdtesiMdbt Adjntsht General.
U. District and other tLtamaudei's are again re
minded that they are required to deliver to Tieasu ry
Agents all rbandoned.. or .captured Cotton in, their
! poesettninp %fte’ A'gdntsl alt needed'and
: proper assistance. The Military forces will not, how..-
eacer.ibecertploytKt'lh searehiag > fjf Cotton,' uoi will
ithey interfere, with.'-the. transportation of it, or ahy of
i“* s«aus*r4 “ 1 - : - •
[ „,, j,. . , . Hp]Qf Qsosral Q- AiiGILLHOBEi •
' ,•. " "'.. V 1,:,.. 7 w.i. M.BcE«*e,
"' ' V'' “ Assistant Adjutant Generate
R.:FuWtOiti*rt*b aiaJ4i , lafad*-A.-A- : G«tera3.
Jn dbi’!T.f l 'i^ l lAijiu6k,' ' : ' L
’>;•;• ’ \ Atairrs roa jbeabl ». iiXAXV
Wholesale Dsalarsin -
Atigsl' Win e k IQ uo.RA;
Os all Elnt&and Qujdltiea.
! K T S ' B o W:.'-''
W» , .BAibitHito aO ■ • ;
; Jiutel ,- ; j ,•— 1 fmo, ,
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