Savannah Daily Herald.
TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1863.
FRO.lf OUR EVENING EDITION
Parade of tub German Fire Company. —
The Gei man Fire Company, No.» 10, will
parade to-morrow afternoou at 3 o'clock.—
They will be accompanied by a band* of
music, and will pass through Bay, East
Broad, South Broad, and West Broad streets.
Their celebration in honor of the Fourth
winds up with a grand ball at the Yolks
Garten, in the evening.
The Gbf-at Fair at Chicago. —The sani
tary Fair at Chicago, <%sed on the night of
the 21th ult., after a four weeks run. The
attendance throughout was very large, and
an immense amount of goods were sold at
auction and disposed of by raffling. The
total receipts are*three hundred and twenty
five thousand dollars.
Stringent Order against Vagrancy. —The
Provost Marshal ot Augusta has issued the
Provost Marshal’s Office, 1
Augusta, Ga-, Juue 24, i865. >
For the information of all concerned, I
hereby give notice :
Ist All white or colored persons found loi
tering or idling about the streets, market
places, bridges, wharves, or any oilier place
within the city limits, will be promptly ar
rested as vagrants, and if found without any
employment, or visible means of support,
will be putto work ou the public streets.
2d Ail soldiers found' upon the sireels
after 9 o’clock P. M., without a pass, signed
by the Commanding Officer ot Regiment,
will be arrested by the Provost Guard.
3d. All colored persons found upon the
streets after 9 o’clock P. M. will be arrested
by the Provost Guard aud City Police.
W. 0. Pettit, *
Capt. & Provost Marshal.
The Atlantic Cable. — A note from Cyrus
AV. Field, dated at Loudon, June 12, states :
“The Great Eastern will probably sail from
the Nore on the sth of July, and front Valen
tia about the lOtti of July. All is going on
satisfactorily, and the greatest confidence is
entertained that the cable will be successful
Suppression of a Newspaper. —The Peters
burg, Va. Correspondent of the New York
The Daily News, a newspaper published in
this city under the indirect auspices of Roger
A. Pryor, was suppressed yesterday by order
of Major General George L. Hartsutf, cotn-
here. Like the Times, polished at
Richmond, it has sought to maintain-in a co
vert way the radical views of secession that
were wont to prevail before the sui render of
Lee. Previous to its suppression it had re
ceived three several warnings from .the gov
ernment on account of its disloyal utterances,
and being persisted in the paper was finally
abolished as the best means of bringing the
proprietors to their senses. The Richmond
Times has received a warning from the mili
tary for its disloyalty, and'bus editorially
promised in print to behave itself hereafter,
though the spirit of the paragraph indicates
unytning but willing obedience. Its editori
als have of late been written by Air. Patrick
Henry Aylett, a descendant of the great ora
tor ot the Revolution- and unless lie ceases
his Yiiginianism aud his bitterness the Times
will assuredly be wiped out by General Terry.
The Yiroinia Legislature Legalizing the
Marriage of Negroes.— ln the House of
Delegates of the Virginia Legislature, Air.
Johnson, from the Committee on Courts of
Justice, reported back with reconunendatiou
a bill to legalize and leguiate marriages be
tween negroes and mulattoes.
The following is a copy of the bill: '•
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General As
sembly of Virginia, That it shall be lawful
lor any negro or mulatto man and woman
who have Heretofore demeaned themselves
as married man and wife, though not intcr
raanied in legal form, to appear together in
any county or corporation in which they may
be, before the clerk thereof and declare be
fore him that they are and intend to continue
husband anil wife, and also to declare before
him. as near as ipay be, when and where
they were married, which* declaration shall
be deemed a valid marriage of such mau and
woman. . thereupon such husband and wife
shall be invested with and subject to all the
lights, duties aud consequences of persons
iuterhiarried in solemn, legal form. The
children of such negro or 'mulatto man by
such negro woman, bprn before such declar
ation, if recognized by him before or after
such declaration, shall be deemed legitimate*
Sec.. 2. The clerk before Whom such de
claration may be made shall record and pre
serve the same in his office, in a book to be
kept for the purpose. His fee for this ser
vice shall be twenty live cents for each case.
Sec. 3.. Beit lurther enacted, That the
rites of matrimony between negroes and mu
lattoes may be solemnized by auy negro or
mulatto authorized thereto by tne rules of
uuy church to which he may belong, or by
the orders of any county or corporaliou court,
uudev the fifth section of the lOStii chapter:
of me Code of \ irginia, of I860; provided
that the bond of such negro or mulatto shall
he in a penally not exceeding three hundred
dollars, and that negro or mulatto securities,
if sufficient, may he taken in such bond; and
firovided further that in all other respects the
aws of this Commonwealth respecting li-
and registration of marriages shall
be oJPrved and enforced as to negroes and
mulattoes, in like manner ns to white per
sons, except that a separate register shall be
kept for negroes aud mulattoes.
ync. 4. This act shall be in force from its
Tbe bill was read a second and third time
—Set torches, or build fires in portable fur
naces, in your gardens at night, and you will
kill thousands of the small white millers, that
are now beginning.to deposit their eggs.
—Mr Sanborn, of Concord Mass., is get
ting up a biography of John Brown, and is
now in Richmond Collecting materials for
LIST OF INTERMENTS IN I.AI'REL GROVE CEMETE
RY FROM JUNE iST TO JUNE .*>TII, 1865.
Jun* I—Wm. B Thomas, Pneumonia, St.
June 3—Tneophiltis Bain brick, aged 37
year-, consumption, Ireland; ElizajC Barn
well, 81 years, old age. South Carolina;
Christina Mock. 80 years, old age, Georgia.
June 4—Kaly Fass, 2 years, 7 months,
cholera infantum. Savannah.
June ft—George W eiuheiraer, l year, 10
June ft— W. T. B. 24th Geo.,
James Brown. Cos. B, 6th#. S. Infantry.
June 7—Catherine E. Patterson, 47 years,
chronic diarrhoea, South Carolina.
June B—Hisal j. Eaton, Cos. K, 14th N.«H.
June ‘(—Richard Young, Cos. A, N. Y.
Eng.; Geo. B. Lanier, 2 years, 9 months,
ccrebretis. Savannah; Samuel Pope, 25 years,
chronic diarrhoea. South Carolina.
June 10—-Jana F. Taylor, 78 years, chron
ic diarrhoea, England.
June 10—Robert Rhodes Young. 1 year, 1
month, teething, Savannah: Francis F.
Strobhart, 10 months, prenetis, Savannah.
June-11 tli—Catherine Moulsby, <3 mouths,
inflamation of brain. Savannah ; Joseph W.
Pomar, 2 years, chronic dysentery, Savan
nah ; Peter Moll, Cos E, 175t1i N. Y. V<-ls.
June 13th —John Choate, Cos. D, 14th
June 14th—Matilda Habersetyer, 6 months,
June 15th—James Fish, Cos. K, 33th Mass.;
Elizabeth Waller, 14 years, 1 month and 14
days, diarrhoea, Bryan county, Ga.
Jumj 10th—Isaac B. Larier, 32 yeajs, gas
tritis, Dublin, Ireland; Eliza Collin-', 8 years,
5 months, cramp colic. Savannah ; Catherine
P. Patterson, 1 year 11 months, chronic di
Juue 17th—Alexander Ingraham, Cos. B,
175 tn N. Y. Vols; Wm. Blake, Cos. B, 6th U.
S. Infantry; Angie L. Lovell, 30 years,’hem
orrhage of bowels.
Jane 18th—Julian Massart, 1 year and 2
months, water on brain, Savannah ; Alary E.
Hollister, 21 years, typhoid fevef, Savannah ;
Alary M> Jones, 4 years and 1 month, dysen
tery, Florida; Ciiariotte Godfrey, 81 years
and G months, dropsy, Charleston, S. Q.;
Mary Ana Cubbedge, 3 months, congestive
fever, Savannah; Robprt AI. Churton, .23
years and 4 months, typhoid fever, Savan
nah; J. Shert, Cos. A, 175th N. Y. Yola.
June 19—Geo. Himinelreicb, Cos. F, 75th
New York Volunteers, Fredrick Schurch
man, Cos. F, New York Volunteers.
June 20—Alarian C. Rowland, 7 years,
June 23—Geo. Webster, Cos. C, 75th N. Y.
Volunteers, Alary Leßell, 16 years, 3
months, conjestive chill, Savannah.
June 24—John W. Jussely, 11 years, *bil
lions fever, Savannah,
Jtfne 25—Fanny Williams, 8 months,
atrophy, Savannah; Robert Stewart, 26
years, cramp colic, Scotland.
June 26—Jane L Jackson, 93 years, old
age, Virginia ; Sarah Jane Ebbs, 2 years, 5
months, convulsions, Savannah; Frederick
Franke, 40 year3, phthisic pulmonalis, Ger
June 27—Albion Green, Cos. K, 14th
June 28— \V. W, Vrouse, Cos. D,
June 29.—Alary Wien Blancho, Ci years,
chronic dinrrahfea, South Carolina ; Conrad
Weigaud, 32 years, constipation, Bavaria ;
Horace Cushman, Compauy E, 14th N. H. ;
Robert John Watts, Troup county, Georgia;
A. C. Roberts, Company H, 35th Georgia;
Abrahaifl Hirsh, 11 months, diptheria, Sa
vanuah ; Fred. J. Gayer, 10 years, dropsy,
Effingham county, Georgia. -
June 30.—Sarah Carr, inflamntory fever,
New York ; Luther At. Parker, Company C,
14th N. H. ; Abram Jansen, Company C,
156th N. Y. ; Emmet Franklin McC'leer, 1
year, 10 months, convulsions, Savannah."
LIST OK INTERMENTS IN CATHEDRAL CEMETERY
FROM JUNE IST, TO JUNE 30, 1865.
June I—John Allen, 18 months, consump
June 2.—Catherine McCarthy, necross, 8
. June 7.—Mary Doyle, dropsy. 27 years,
June 9.—Mary Henry, II months, cholera
June 15.—Mrs. McCrany, 60 years, con
gestion of lungs, Ireland.
June 17.—John Henry Mehrten3, 1 year,
C mpnths, spasms, SaVanuali.
Jme 30.—Joseph Sclirick, 3 years, consul
Tiie SouthernHei-cui-ics and the United
States. —A correspondent of the New York
Herald writing from Bogota, in the States of
These republics all lean upon U 9 like so
man}* lambs pursued by wolveS. The hatred
thJT exists here against Spain, France and
England, is vastly beyond any thing known
in tne United States, for our conscious power
gives dignity and moderation tb our senti
ments, so that with us scornful defiance is
the counterpart of the crouching fury of the
of the feebler South American States. In a
war for the Monroe doctrine, we could con
centrate half a million of men at any point
on this continent, and they would, If neces
sary, march barefooted aud naked, and live
on the wild products of the mountains and
plains. Not even confederate experience
conveys any idea ot what the soldiers of these
countries can endure. With good arms and
ammunition, no soldiers in the world could
iAirpass them. 1 speak of the Indian and
negro population, mostly half-breeds; they
are strong, brave, capable ofgteat
endurance, and would rather fight than
work. Wheueverthe government, or a rev
olutionary leader, like Mosquera, wants an
army, they send out a few squads of soldiers,
who seize all the Indians, negroes and peons
they meet, tie them, bring them to the near
est |lost, where they are uniformed, armed,
put into the rauks, and they in turn go out
and seize others, and so the army is raised.
No desertions occur, as their women soon
follow them and fiud then* out, and the wo
men f<#age for the supplies. The govern
ment provides no rations except cattle, which
cost almost nothing.
Commissions is Negro Regiments —The
rush for commissions iu negro regiments is
confined mainly to officers of the liighest
grades. Applications for second. lieutenan
cies are not sufficient to organize the regi
ments. Such as desire these commissions
can find vacancies on passiug the necessary
examinations befoie the Board.— Washington
Camp Douglas is now clear of prisoners,
except about forty sick ones in hospitals.—
The garrison b»s been sept off, and in a few
weeks the camp will be totally abandoned.
Navigation of the Mlsslaslppl
[From th° Louisville Journal [
Tile water of the Alississippi river still flows
proudly towards the Gulf but the stream is
not so easily navigable now as it was four
years ago. At the beginning of the war the
control of the river was made the principal
object of strife in the West, and the stream
was lone and stubbornly defended by the re
liels. The struggle is now over, but the Mis 1
aissippi has not escaped unharmed. For miles
the riyer is crowded with obstructions, and
many ofthe levees are almost wholly des
troyed. In many places the water is not
confined to a chanuei, but, rushing through
broken embankments, it Hoods the low lauds
leaving a broad shallow bed, rendering navi
gation for large steamers both difficult aud
dangerous. This magnificent stream is the
great outlet for commerce in the broad and
fertile regipn of the Southwest, and now that
peace has smiled upon tbq land, and a reac
tion in trade has commenced, the Alississip
pi is restored to the importance that was at
tached to it yea is ago. The levees should at
once be repaired, and every barrier tending
to obstruct navigation should be removed
Without delay. .To make the Mississippi
what it was five years ago will require no
little time and a vast amount of labor. If we
resort to the proper means the work can be
accomplished, apparently, with but little dif
ficulty. At every federal garrison along and
in the vicinity of the river are congregated
thousands ot blacks, who, having nothing to
do, are lounging about the camps in fine
ness. No new jflan of labor lias yet been
organized in the South, and it is probable
that the negroes will remain in this idle,
worthless state lorsmne mouths to come.—
Tills condition of atfairs, all will readily ac
knowledge, is demoralizing to the communi
ty and injurious to the negro. If the matter
was properly brought before the President
no doubt he would, favor the organizing of
laiSgue corps to work upou the banks of the
Jississippi river and place them in good re
pair. The labor, it is argued, nufit be com
pensated, and it becomes a serious question
as to who shall bear the burden ot the ex
pense. If the government is pot authorized
to undertake 3uch a contract in the name of
the government, then let the negfnes be
• placed to work under the controlfnnd direc
tion of government officers, and the expense
of such au undertaking be charged to the
several States through which the Alississippi
To a Confederate army chaplain who com
plained at the theft of his horse, Gen. Sher
man wrote : “I approach a question involv
ing a title to a ‘horse’ with deference for laws
of war. That mysterious code, of which we
talk so much, but know so little, is remarka
bly silent on the ‘horse.’ He is a beast so
tempting to the soldier, to hint of the wild
cavalry, the fancy artillery or the patient in
fantry, that I find more difficulty in recover
ing a worthless, spavined beast, than pay
ing a million of ‘greenbacks;’ so that I
tear I must reduce your claim to one of fi
nance, and refer you to the great board of
claims in Washington, that may reach your
case by the time your grandchild becomes a
great grandfather. ”
—Among the prisoners of war released
from Rock Island barracks the other day, was
one who went straight to the telegraph office
anti sent a despatch, at a cost of #5.05, paid
in advance, to Jeff. Davis, requesting him to
remit the amount due him for eighteen
months’ service iu the rebel army. It the
released rebel waits for that remittance, he
will become an old resident of Rock Island.
A young girl, aged about sixteen
years, in the eastern part of Richland county,
Ohio, on being left at home on Sunday
against her desire, while the rest of the fami
ly went to church, wrote and left a note,
saying that she had not been treated rights—
that she wa9 going away, and her parents
would not see Iter again for a year. Search
was made, and after a week, her body, much
decaj'ed, was found in a stream near her
The rebel Gen. Dick Taylor, on being ask
ed whether the Trans-Mississippi army
ought to be surrendered, quickly replied :
“Yes; surrendar as soon as possible. You
are ouly sitting up with a corpse. I sat up
with it until it jvas blue, and if you delay
much longer it will become too offensive for
—The windows of the Jockey Club rooms on
the Boulevards iu Paris were illuminated the
night after the news arrived that Le Gladia
teur had won the Derby. The popular im-
France is, that sonieliow or other
Le Gtadiateur has run over Monsieur Velling
ton, and that the Vaterloo is more than
—A New York artist has painted a picture
entitled “Ecce jHomo liouestus." It is
Abraham Lincoln, with Diogenes, represent
ed as dropping bi 9 famous lantern, in the
back ground—the object of his long search
of twenty centuries accomplished.
—An Irish woman in Worcester being called
upon by the census taker the other day,
among other interrogations, was asked
whether her husband had been naturalized,
sbe replied. “An’ sure then, an’ it is for the
small pox ye mane
—The very best kind of agricultural fairs
English gossip says that a recent two
columu editorial in the London Morning Post
against the policy of hanging Jeff. Davis was
written by Lord Palmerston.
—The second volume of the Emperor’3
“Life of Ctesar” will come out about Au
—An editor of a city paper, removed to
the country, thus writes to a friend : “Oh,
the trauscendant joy of living in so charm
ing a locality, and raising your own vegeta
bles, and laying your own fg-gs !"
—Judge Sharkey, the new Governor of
Mississippi, was formally Chief-Justice ot the
State, and Consul-General to Havana under
—The depopulation of Cauada goes on to
an extent which greatly alarms our neigh
bors across the Hue. Some villages are near
ly deserted by emigration of families going to
ihe Western States, and most of the young
men ar<} leaving.
—At Rheims a will has been set aside for
“ingratitude”—a cause known to the Code
Napoleon. The. ingratitude was of a very
decided character, lor it consisted in murdet) s
ing the testator. \
—Tbe value of the stakes won by the
French horse Gladiator, at tbe Derby races,
—Matilda Heron, the actress, has fallen
heir to $75,000 by the death of a brother:
The Status of the Ntgro lh Virginia.
Gen. Terry, contrftanding at Richmond,
ha 9 issued an order announcing that, slavery
having ceased to exist in Virginia, all the
State and municipal laws restraining the
personal liberty of colored persons have be
come Qbso’ete, and that hereafter the colored
people will eujoy the same personal liberty
as the whites, and be subject to only the same
restraints and punishments.
The New York Herald’9 Richmond corres
pondent, under date of June 25th, says:
“ Gen. Terry’s order, herewith for the first
time made public in New York, will scarcely
fail to create a lasting sensation throughout,
the country. The darkies will, of course,
grow jubilant over its gracefully accorded
The order is aiready known to a few of the
leading civilians here, and their consterna
tion is truly maiked. They see in, the order
the additional doom of their beloved slave
policy, and likewise recognize the fact that
the negro is last approaching tiie position of
a peer of the white.” ,
GENERAL TERRY’S ORDER.
Headquarters. Department of )
Richmond, Va., June 23, 1865.).
The lawsot the State of Va, and the ordinan
ces of the different municipalities within tue
State having especial reference to, and mau«
to restrain the personal liberty of free colored
persons, were designed for the govern meat
of such persons while living amid a popula
tion of colored slaves ; they were enacted in
the interest of slaveowners, and were de
signed for the security of slave property; they
were substantially parts of the slave effde.
Slavery has been abolished iu Virginia,
and therefore upon t% principle that where
the reason of the law ceases the law itself
ceases, these laws and ordinances have be
come obsolete. People of color will hence
forth enjoy the same personal liberty that
other citizens and inhabitants epjoy ; they
will be subject to the same restraints aud to
the same puuishmeDts, for crime, that are
imposed on whites, and to no others.
Vagrancy, however, will not be permit
ted ; neither whites nor blacks can be allow
ed to abandon their proper occupations, to
dt seri their familes or roam in idleness about
this department; but neither whites nor
blacks will be restrained from seeking em
ployment elsewhere, when they cannot ob
tain it with just compensation at their homes,
nor from travelling from place to placa on
proper or legitimate business.
Until the civil tribunals are re-established,
the administration of criminal justice must,
of necessity, be by military courts; before
such courts the evideuce .of colored persons
will be received in all cases.
By command of
AlajorGeneral A. H- Terry.
Ed. AV. Smith, Assistant Adjutant Gen.
PULASKI HOUSE, JULY 2.
WJA Harrison, USX IH H Johnson, City
V Knight do A C Crooker, Str Resolute
EMcCiigh, do I Capt A Crov/ell, St Cos-
S Hamilton, do j anpolitaa
C U llauimett, do J Parker. do
M K Ellis, do * C W Birdsali, do
A Child, do Crowell, do
Henry hail, Savannah J Crowell, do
J ¥ Fort eons, Beaufort L Gilbert, Macon
W A Smith, S Carolina Capt G D Weeks,
.1 Anthony, 223 Penn Vols Dwight’s Div
J Russell, Thnmaseille H H Slack, Su ler Iti2 N N
8 Smith, do F A Bruno. 3j Me Vols
O W Brown, Port Royal J Nevllt, Hilton Head
PORT OF SAVANNAH, JULY 2.
Cleared. • '
U 3 Mail Steamship Star Line Nevadtj, Capt Carpenter,
for New York, Brigham, Baldwin & Cos.
Exports— soS bales cotton, 13 do domestics, 11 tierces
metal, 18 cnees merchandise, vegetables, Ac.
Passesgers—Mrs Fiton, 2 children and servant; Miss
Mary E dowdy; Miss S Gowdy: Mr McCrady; LK
Smith; Mr Smith and daughter; Ji* Bouse; Mr Bouse
2 children c.nd servant; J O Scott; A K Child;- Mrs Oil/
son; Mrs M Gilbert; J Darby; C K Gilbert; t> B Man
dell ; J V Anderson, Jr; Dr J B Reed: Dr W M B«tii k;
JN Burton; W A Bryan; Mrs Schriver; Mis Mall; Miss
Mell; Miss J Murphy; Edward Fadeltord. Mrs K Padel
fordt G ACuyler; Mrs Cuyler and 2 children; GH
Sehiffer; Master Mayer; J N Demund; F V Read; Mrs
Dood; Mrs J R Taylor; Miss F Taylor; J Jacobe ? Mrs
Jacobe aud t> children ; Mrs Rudgers and servant; Mrs
Gardner and servant; J B Taylor aud servant; J N Feary;
J M Perkins, nurse and 2 children; C Dymerest; Mrs M
Douglass; Miss L D Rend; Mrs Remington , Miss Rem
ington; J Hogan; JFolev; F Moasiey; J McDonald: G
Williams; PMoran; P fi Don hue; 2stetage.
HEADQUARTERS POST OF SAVANNAH,
pavannah, Ga., June 23,1505.
Geneilai. Okdehs, )
No. 50. f
General Orders Nos. 25 and 27, current series, from
these Headquarters, respecting the City Market, are
hereby revoked, and the following regulations are es
tablished for the government of the Market .-
1. Ah persons who pay the lees prescribed by the
old ordinances of the City of Savannah, may sell butch
er’s meat, poultry, fruit, fish, vegetables and all other
kinds ol* provisions, subject to a scale of prices Which
shall be established by the Post Treasurer, and posted
in two conspicuous places in the Market.
2. The Market shall wt be opened on Sundays
On other days it shall be open from tour o'clock to
nine o’clock iu the morning, and on Saturdays, also
iifrom three o'clock to eight o’clock in the afternoon
k The Market shall close at the ringing of the Mar
3. Every person killing an ox, or cow, or grown
meat aud exposing the same for sale within the
city, shall take the hide and head of said animal
slaughtered, attacUed to each other and not severed
to tne Clerk of the Market, who’ shall record any
murks about the same, and the day of the laouthtt
was brought to the market, and the book shill be
subject to the Inspection of any person driving
hours. Any violations.of the foregoing, nr neeiect
the part of the Clerk In not keeping th»prQDCr wSd?
will he punished by fine. records,
4. The Clerk of the Market will be responsible for the
correctness es weights and measures used m the Market
and will, trom nine to lime, exueßuo the same, and del
stroy false weights and when found, ami wIU
report the names of the parties to tne ft*
Treasurer Hoy,ll also collect the Market lenses and
ltes pi escribed by tlm old ordinances us »he Citv He
will act under the orders of the Post Treasurer and van
account Tor atid pay over to him euth Saturday the mo
ni«» received h orn such licenses and fees during the my*
ceding week. He Mill cause the Market and adliwent
grounds to be thoroughly policed ouch Ua* and the word
worn o) the Market will Le white-washed once each week
0. Any person exposing for sale, iu the market, any ar
ticles of marketing at u higher price than that establish
od for the some in the schedule of prices, will bo subject
to a hue end the forfeiture of all right to make tunZr
sales in the market- The Clerk of the market wit, reeoi t
atcroph ly l ° P ° St Tn ' U3Ua '‘' “ uy vlol «tton of thisj^r
0. The Chief of police will see that a suitable P<-u„
guard is kept at the Market, aud that aVpemL viok!
ting t his order, or the quiet of the ep ompt^
pSnen" ** P,W * tCou “ ** tnal and
By command of Bt. Biig. Gen.S. L WOODFORD
James 11. Falconer, late Thomas Dixon, Dealer In
Foreign Exchange, has removed to 4!) William bo
tween \\ and Bine streets, New York Ulmm ’ U
puffins 1116 K ° yal CaUk ° f Llvr ' r P° o 1 >“ surns^to suit
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
a choice selection of
JEST LANDED FROM NEW FORK.
Apothecaries, Planters, and traders from the Interi
or, can be applied at the shortest notice,
I can warrant every article as being pure.
A large quantity of European LEECHES, finest
All the Patent Meffcines extant on hand.
One hundred cases Jxco'os’ Dysenteric Cordial.
ALL WliL BE SOLD LOvJ FOR CASH,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
AT APOTHECARIES}* HAIL,
Corner Broughton and Barnard streets.
N, B.—Fresh Oat Jen Seeds.
W. M. VALSH,
'J'HE SAVANNAH NATIONAL BANC
PREPARED FOR BUSINESS,
. * •
BANKING HOUSE, IN THE EXCHANGE.
Deposits and Paper for Collection received.
. Bills on Northern Cities purchased.
. Checks on New York furnft'jed.
L. C. NORVELL,
L. C. Norvell, I Francis Sorrell,
Noble A. Harder, I J. VY. Lathuup,
HENRY S. FITCH,
Notary and solicitor.
Savannah, 2&th Jane, 1866.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, 1
Office of Comptroller of -me Cgrfenct, >
Washington, June Hub, ISGS. j
Whereas, By satisfactory evidence presented to the
undersigned, it has been made to appear that “The
Savannah National Bane," in the City of Savannah,
in the County of Chatham, and State of Georgia, has
been dnlv organized under and according to the re
quirements of the Act of Congress entitled “ An Act
to provide a National Currency, secm eia by a pledge of
United States bonds, and to provide for the circulation
and redemption thereof,” upproved Jape 3, and
has complied with nil the provisions (5f said Act re
quired to be complied with before commencing the
business of Banking under said Act:
Now, therefore, 1, Freeman Clarke, Comptroller of
the Currency, do hereby certify that “The Savannah
National Bank," ip the City of Savannah, in the
County of Chatham, and State of Georgia, is author
ized to commence the business of Banking under the
In testimony whereof, witness my hand and seal ot
office, this loth day of June, 1865.
LVo. 1256.] Comptroller of the Currency
Q.LASS I * GLASS 1 !
D. S. SCII AN C K * SON,
(Formerly Sohank & Downing,)
Importers and Dealers
t COACH, CA/i, and »
COLORED AND ORNAMENTAL GLAS3,
ROUGH PLATE GLASS
FOR FLOORS ny,d SKYLIGHTS,
From * to IX inche* thick.
M AND 47 chambers STREET,
K m * COMPANY,
FACTORS ANF» COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
?*? lar ? c anrl commodious Warehouse
fetrl? C S ,V,ed b ,- v McßSre - *>ana * Washbume, 114
5;,? , v f, ntla “* Cu., we are prepared to Store
Sanri 01 w kinds of Merchandize. Liberal ad
vances wUr be made on
~ . C o T T O N
England!** t 0 onr frienu * New Yorl£ ’ or Livemy^
„ KEIN & COMPANY.
KKFtßßNcra.—Messrs. Smith ae, Dunning, New York;
V; Y*i, M - Fabor, New York; W. A. Smith, Esq.,
Months Ala.; Cabot & Senter, St Louis.
■ F 1 * 0 imu
TO SHIPPERS OF COTTON AND OTHER
FENNER, BENNETT & BROWN,
Successors to Hotchkiss, Fenner & Beunett.
COMM IS el ON MERCHANTS,
No. 40 VasKV Street, „*w YVrk.
' And Memphis, Teun.
Thomas Fennbo, Henbt Benhktt, D. W. Bowman.
July * Gm
S TEE Lit A BURBANK,
Uilton Head, S.*C.
Call the attention of Y» holesale aud Retail purchasers
to their superior stock of
MILITARY AND NAVAL CLOTHING
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, and Plated
Ware,Swords, Sashes, Belts- Embroideries,Bonis. Caps
Field Glauses, Gauntlets loves. <*c.. Arc.
jQR. JURIAH HARRISS
Hng resumed the practice of medic ne in this city
Office at former residence.
To secure their reception, cal s should bj m de
through notes, or messages left ou tbj slate.
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