The Savannah Daily Herald.
WEDNESDAY, JTTLV 6, 1865.
ARRIVAL, OF f THEZODIAC.
One Day later from New York.
THE ASSASSINATION TRIAL.
From Havana Breckinridge s Advice to
PROGRESS IN NORTH CAROLINA.
etc., etc., etc.
The N. Y. Herald’s Washington despatch
has the following: #
Washington, June 23, 1865
the president’s health improving.
The President’s health has considerably im
proved to day, and he will probably resume
the transaction of business to-morrow or the
applications for pardon.
Another large batch of impoitant pardons
was favorably acted upon to-day. Amonir
the latest applications are those of Governor
Vance and John A. Gilmer.
Great irregularity exists in complying with
the legal forms for oaths of amnesty and al
legiance. One hundred and nineteen were
received in the State Department to-day con
taining vital omissions. In a large propor
tion of cases the residence of the person is
partly or wholly omitted. In others the ap
plicant is only sworn to “defend” the Con
stitution of the United States, instead of to
“support, protect and defend.” Such omis
sions are held to invalidate the oaths iu many
cases, and the applicant suffers from delay.
The insertion of the place of residence is not
prescribed by the President’s proclamation,
but is so obviously necessary that it should
never be omitted.
THE ASSASSINATION TRIAL.
The trial of the alleged conspirators, after
occupying several weeks, and causing the ex
amination of several hundred witnesses, is
now over, much to the relief of the counsel
and the court, to whom it has been in an ex
trerne degree fatiguiug. The court have af
forded every facility to the counsel for pro
curing witnesses. The court will meet to
morrow morning, and, of course, wili'sit
with closed doors, for the purpose of delibe
ration and to make their findings. It is not
thought that this will occupy much time, as
the members have weighed the testimony as
the trial progressed.
THE TRIAL OF GAYLE.
The Secretary of War is expected to de
cide to-morrow whether Gayle, who is charg
ed with offering a million of dollars to any
assassin of President Lincoln, shall be tried
here or sent to his own State.
The Proceedings of the Last Day of the
The military court in Washington engaged
in trying the assassination conspirators met
at two o’clock on the 28th, when Assistant
Judge Advocate Bingham proceeded to read
his summing up of the evidence in behalf of
the prosecution, occupying nearly the Entire
day s session. He reviewed the testimony
very minutely and at much length, and main
tained that it clearly showed that all of the
prisoners arranged before the court were co
conspirators in the plot, the design of which
was to murder President Lincoln, Vice Pre
sident Johnson, Gen. Grant, Secretaries Se
ward and Stanton, and others, and quoted
high legal authority to sustain the position
that, being cognizant of the conspiracy, aud
entering into it, they were all equally guilty,
whether present at its execution or not. He
contended thut it was also shown by the
evidence that Jeff. Davis, his Secretary of
War and others iu Richmond, and Sanders,
Thompson, Tucker and others of his agents
in Canada, had planned, encouraged and as
sisted this assassination plot, as well as the
other infamous plots to burn New York and
other cities, to commit raids of murder and
robbery along our northern border, to starve
national soldiers imprisoned in the South, to
introduce yellotv, fever into our cities and
armies, and to carry on wholesale burnings
of Northern shipping and hospitals. The
evidence proved that Jeff, had hired men and
paid them to engage iu these nefarious and
barbarous operations, and had issued blank
commissions for their use. He also instanced
the fact that it was in evidence that one hun
dred und eighty thousand dollars as part pay
for the work, entrusted to the assassination
conspirators had been deposited in the Onta
rio Bank, at Montreal, by Jake Thompson.
On the conclusion ot Mr. Bingham’s ar
gument, Mr. Ewing, counsel for tue prison
ers Mudd, Spangler and Arnold, askedvleave
to read a paper setting forth that the evi :
deuce had been in some respects misstated
by the Counsel for the prosecution, and re
questing a review thereof.
From Havana—Breckinridge's Advice.
The steamship Columbia, from Havana on
the 24th instant, arrived on the 28th.—
The late rebel Secretary ot War, General
Breckinridge, was still in that place, and, it
is said, advises ail his friends to throw them
selves on the mercy of President Johnson
and apply for pardon, which it is supposed he
has already done himself. The ex-Anglo
rebel blockade runDiDg steamer Lark had
sailed fi'om Havana for Liverpool, most like
ly to be sold. The little rebel pesthole Nas
sau is entirely deserted by the busy floating
population which made it so lively in block
ade running limes, and now, very justly, lias
become a dull aud deserted place, many of
its stores and public houses being closed for
want ot customers. I
Progress iu North Carolina.
Governor Holden, of North Carolina, has
already appointed and commissioned justices
of the peace in over thirty counties of that
Ltate, aud the work is still going on. One of
the duties of these justice! will be to admiu
ister the oath of allegiance persons desi
rous of voting at the election for members of
the State Convention.
Stock*, Gold, Cotton, etc.
The stock market was heavy on the 28th.
Governments were firmer. Gold opened at
Hfl-4, and stood at 139 1-2 at twenty min
utes past five P. M. A further decline took
place at night, the closing price being 138
Cotton. —The market continued to rule
buoyant, with sales ot about 4,000 bales.
•’ Uplands. Florida. Mobile. A. OA T.
Ordinary ~33 34 34 35
Middling 40 44 47 47
UoodMiddling... 48 49 49 50
(Special Despatch to the Savannah Herald.)
New Yore, June 29.
Has taken quite a leap in price this week,
the quotation having advanced from 40a41 to
47c. for middling, aud to-day some holders
are asking £B. The advance is attributed to
the statements m?de that the amount to be
brought into market this summer will not
come up to the figures first stated, by a large
decrease. The statement was current a short
time since that within a few months, owing
to the removal of the restrictions, over one
and a half million of bales would come to
light. Recent information, however, from
what are deemed reliable sources,has satisfied
our dealers that if one million bales are foot
ed up as the result of this year’s sales, it will
more than realize their expectations ' Gen
tlemen from various parts of the South, now
iu this city on business, aver that the quan
tity will fall lar short of one million bales.
A Curious Fact.
however, is, in this connection, worthy of
notice. As soon as the announcement is
made that the government is about to otter a
few thousand bales of cotton for sale by auc
tion, any observing person by referring to
the prices current, ior a few days, will notice
that the market is reported, as “dull, with a
downward tendency,” and prices will steadi
ly aud rapidly decline from one to three and
five cents per pound until the day of sale.—
After the sale, at which very low prices rule,
up goes the market again, and “that’s what’s
the matter.” Our cotton speculators are fun
ny fellows—but always shrewdly manage to
make their fun a pecuniary benefit.
Has been on the “inclined plane downward”
the last few days; and to-day is about 139,
some quotations being made lower.
Are upwards, having advanced one to one
and a half per cent, on the recent European
advices. Our last London quotation is 69 1-4
a 69 3-4, private parties here are advised
that they are quoted at Frankfort, Germany,
at 71 a 73. Au immense “block” of five
hundred thousand dollars worth was sent out
this week to England and Germany in an
swer to orders from capitalists there.
Post Provost Court—Capt. Jas. E. Smith,
Judge, Presiding.— Savannah, July 3d, 1865.
—United States vs. Sullina Sullivan and Su
san Waller, furnishing liquor to enlisted men.
Ordered that the prisoners be fined in the
sum ot SSO each, and b# placed iu confinement
two mouths. In default of payment oi‘ said
fine, one month’s additional imprisonment is
inflicted. Lieut. VY. S. Hoxie prosecutor for
the Upited States.
United States vs. Austin Baker, violating
the public peace; plea not guilty—verdiet
guilty. Ordered that the prisoner be fiued in
Uie sum of twenty dollars. Prosecutor for
the United States, Elijah Nisbet, (colored),
counsel lor the United States Hon. Phillip
M. Russell—counsel lor defendant Hon. D.
A. O’Byrne and Col. Henry H. Eden.
United States vs. Peter Haywood, charged
with violating the public peace, ‘ plea not
guilty, verdict not guilty, case dismissed ;
Aiex. Mobley, prosecutor for the United
States. . Counsel for defendant, Hon. Philip
United States vs. Jack (colored), violating
the public peace, plea not guilty, verdict
guilty. It was ordered that the prisoner be
placed in confinement thirty days. Alex.
Mobley, prosecutor for the U, S. Counsel
for defendant, Col. Martiu J. Ford.
United States vs. Alfred Barrons (colored)
furnishing liquor to enlisted men. Plea
not guilty: Verdict not guilty. It was or
dered tlmt the case be dismissed with a se
vere admonition. John It. Hover, prosecu
tor .‘or Ilya United States vs. James Mouisey
—retailing ale to enlisted meq. Plea not
guilty. \ erdict guilty. It was ordered that
the prisoner be fined in the sum of fifty dol
lars. United States vs. Mary McCormick—
furnishing liquor to enlisted men,. and keep
iug a disorderly house. Case dismissed.
John R. Hover prosecutor for the Unitod
United States Vs. Edward McCormick and
Carl Stewart, 30ih Maine Vols—-charged
with Treason. It was ordered that the pris
oner, Edward McCormick, be discharged,
with a severe reprimand. In the second case
the prisoner be ordered to his command.
Upon motion of the Hon. Philip M. Rus
sell, a committee was appointed to establish'
rules and regulations, together with such
fees as they may think proper, for the gov
ernment of the Court iu criminal cases, as
may be in accordance with justice. The fol
lowing named gentlemen were appointed:
Hon. D. A. O’Byrue, Walter S. Chisholm,
Thos. E. Lloyd, Philip M. Russell, Martin J.
[PREPARED FOB TUB SAVANNAH HERALD, j
Rauge of Thermometer for seven days
ending July 1, 18G5, jat Savannah, Ga.:
Date. TA.iL IP.M. 7 P.M. 10 P.M.
2i 79 B<J 79 77 78^
26 75 S3 82 8) 81K
27 m 91 So 83 S4k
23 7J 00 85 80 83*1
29 00 85 81 84 V,
30 81 91 88 81 84 ■
July 1 80 87 S3 81 S2&
Av’rge for Av for week,
each Hour "9 83 83 81 83
—lt is said that, since the death of the late
Czarewitch, the Princess Dagmar has discon
tinued her studies ol' the Greek Church, and
that she will shortly be confirmed as a Pro
—A collection of shells, lately sold in Lon
don, realized upwaru of two thousand pounds.
One shell, a cyj>raa guttata, brought forty-two
pounds, and a specimen of the cyprcea prin
ceps was bought for forty pounds.
.TUe Virginia Assembly.
The General AsAmbly of Virginia adjourn
ed on the evening of the 23d. The N. Y.
Herald Richmondicorrespondent says:
It has already been piefatorily 9tated that
the chief object if Gov. Pierpont in making
a call for the meaimg of the Legislature was
to consider thejpiovision of the amended
Constitution of Jlrginia, commonly known
as the Alexandra instrument,or Constitution,
which, it will be remembered, disfranchis
es all voters whs would not make oath that
since the first ddy of January, 1864, they had
in "no way voluntarily given aid and cora
lort to those in rebellion against the United
States.” This provision, it seems, disfran
chises quite uifie-tenths of the voters of the
State, and gavq very naturally, great dissat
isfaction to the main body ot the people of
Virginia. Gov. Pierpont. finding that the peo
ple of the State, very generally, had come to
a sincere 'acquiescence in the results of the
rebellion, and were really desirous to return
in good faith to their allegiance, called the
General Assembly of the State together to
modify this objectionably provision of the
new Constitution framed during the war and
now jto be adapted to an era of peace aud re
construction, the Legislature having such
power wisely confided to it by the framers of
On Thursday, the 22d inst., the General
Assembly unanimously repealed the objec
tionable and really questionable feature.—
Thus the right, of suffrage has been so ex
tended as to generously embrace all citizens
qualified to vote uuder the old constitution
and who will consent to take the amnesty
oath of President Johnson. Judging from the
good feeling already produced by this action
here in Richmond, the capital of the State, it
is quite plain that a great source and inci :
dent of widespread popular discontent has*
been obviated by this wise legislative fore
cast. In addition to this it may be said t hat
a great and imposing obstacle to the perfect
and (to Virginians) acceptable reconstruc
tion of Virginia lias been removed by this
legislation. Hecce Governor- Pierpont will
at once proceed with the work ot reorganiza
tion, and will, doubtless, before the Ist of
November next, have the State completely
This view of the Governor’s action of course
looks in the direction of anew Legislature
more perfectly representing the people of the
State and their lofty purposes uuder the new
order of things, as well as a return to the
national Congress of a full and intelligent re
presentation of loyal men from the soil that
gave ue, Washington, Henry, Jefferson,
Madisons Monroe, Clay and Randolph, and a
long line of other heroes of war and intellect
who have gracefully adorned her hjptory in
the past. '
Launch of a Steamboat.
Yesterday afternoon at about half past two
o’clock, the steamer Robert H. May, which
has been for some two weeks past building at
the foot of Jackson street, an account of
which we gave in Wednesday’s paper, was
most successfully launched.’ There was a
considerable concourse of our citizens, both
male and female, present to witness the
launch, aud everything passed off as plea
sautly as could be expected.
The boat was decimated with three differ
ent species of bunting, one upon the bow,
being the private signal, a short red streamer
with w'hite globe in centre ; another, an U.
S. streamer of considerable length, having
the name of the boat upou it; and the third,
the ensign of the State ot Georgia, with the
motto “The Constitution, Wisdom, Justice
and Moderation” upon the temple iu the
centre —the ground-work being blue.
In our nonce of yesterday we omitted to
state that Capt. George T. Jackson was part
owner of the boat; and also now take occa
sion to say that instead of twenty hands em
ployed upon her, it should have been forty
Mr. Bowe was untiring in his exertions to
get the boat off, and together with Mr. Dan
iels, who is a practical ship-builder, aud Mr.
Brown, the Master carpenter, proved they
were all masters of their trade. The boat
grazed the mud near the shore, as she went
down the ways—which, however, did not
harm her, or prevent the launch from being
a perfect success.
After the launch, there was considerable
“spirit” in the party, Capt. Jackson having
provided some old Bourbon, which was drank
to the success of the “R. H. May,” ana the
prosperity of the projectors.
This work has been pushed forward with
remarkable speed; the lumber for the same
having been hewed from the woods
only two weeks since' This shows what
enterprise and energy can do when men put
theif shoulders to the wheel. The machine
ry for this boat is nearly ready, and will be
put in position under the of Mr.
McGoolrick and Mr. McCullum, and it is con
fidently expected within one week, to have
her ready for her trial to Savannah, a Success
to the Robert H. May, say we. 4
headquarters u s. forces, >
Savannah, qa., July 1,1535. j
No. 4. f
In obedience to orders from Headquarters District
of Savannah. 2d Lieut, Hanson C. Gibson, 105th New
York Vols., is hereby relieved from duty as Judge of
the Post Provost Court of Savannah.
Capt. James J. Smith, 12th Conn. Infantry, is hereby
announced as Post Provost Judge of Savhnnah, and
will assume his duty as such at once.
By Commund of
Brevet Brig. Gen. E. P. DAVIS,
Jnb.. Mcli.en, A. A. A. G. jy3
~ HEADQ'RS POST OF SAVANNAH,
“Savannah, Ga., June 29, 18C5,
General Orders, 1
No. 1. /
Pursuant to orders from Headquarters Department
of the South, the undersigned hereby assumes com
mand of the Post of Savannah.
AH orders heretofore issued will remain in force un
til further orders. ,
EDWIN P. DAVIS,
_ jn3o Brevet Brig. Gen. U. S. Vols.
J£RWIN & HARDEC ' ‘
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Robest Erwin, Cuas, S. Hardee,
B. DAVIS. :
GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 283 Broad Street,
Consignments solicited. Will give personal atten
tion to business ent. usted to him.
Crane & Graybill, Savannah.
Claghorn A Cunningham, Savannah.
S. lulmer & Son, *>
Mr. A. Wilbur, Pres. Home Insurance Company,
Mr, W-Camming, Cashier Bank State of Ga.
Miuhell <fc Smith, Macon.
Join B. Habersham & Cos. Macon.
Wrijht & Alexander, Augusta.
E. t. Long & Cos., “
C. V. Walker 0 Cos., “ jul6-lm
pKM£ WHITE CORN.
FOR MEAL* AND OBITS,
la Store To Arrive.
STEWARTS CRUSHED A. AND C. SUGARS.
• ja24 eodC 94 Buy street
SUTLERS AND MERCHANTS.
The subscribers offer for sale at No. 4 Merchants'
Row, Hilton Head, S. C-.
tAeir ENTIRE STOCK.
At prices which defy competition, consisting of Cakes,
Crackers, Batter. Cheese, Hams, Canned Fruits and
Meats, Tripoli Emery Paper. Segars, Tobacco, Ales,
W r ines, Boots and Shoes, Shim. Handkerchiefs, Paper
Bags, Wrapping Paper, Stationary in variety, Army
Ranges, Yankee Notions, Hardware, Tinware, &c.
These goods will be sold without regard to cost.
Why send your orders to New York when you can
buy cheaper at home.
ju2S ts C. W. DENNIS & CO.
QHARLES COLBY & CO.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
JONES BLOCK, CORNER BAY AND ABERCORN STREETS,
’ SAVANNAH. ,GA.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES
Made on Consignments to the firm of Ciias. L. Colby,
of New York, or to our friends in Boston.
MAUDE & WRIGHT, Agents at Augusta, Ga.
Messrs. Dabney, Morgan A Cos., New York.
Jarivs Slade, Esq., New York.
Hon. J. Wiley-Eamandfl, Boston.
Gardner Colby, Esq., Boston. je!B—tf
HEADQ’RS POST OF SAVANNAH,
Savannah, Ga., June 23, 1865.
No. 49. /
The following regulations are hereby published for
the organization and government of the Military Po
lice Force of thiß Post:
I. The Post Provost Marshal will be Chief, and the
Assistant Post Provost Marshal Asst. Chief of Police.
11. The Post is divided into two Precincts, to be
styled “A” and ”B." Precinct A will embrace all of
the city lying East of Bull street. Precinct B the part
lying West of Bull street.
111. The Precincts are sub-divided as follows:
Precinct A into two districts ; No. 1 to embrace all
that part of the Precinct lying North of South Broad
street; No. *2 that part of the Precinct lying South of
South Broad street. Precinct B into three districts:—
No. 1 to embrace all that part of the Precinct lying
North of Liberty st reet and East of West Broad 6treet;
No. 2 all that part lying South of Liberty street; No 3
alt that part lying Noith of Liberty street and West of
West Broad street, known as Yamaeraw.
IV. The Police force will consist of one Captain, two
Lieutenants, twelve non commissioned officers, and
eighty-eight privates, who will be assigned as follows:
Tne Captain will be iu immediate command of the
whole force, under the direction of the Chief of Police
and, his Assistant Chief. The force for Precinct. A will
be one Lieutenant, five non-commissioned officers and
thirty-four privates • for Precinct B, one Lieutenant,
seven non-commissioned officers and fifty-four pri
vates. The non-commissioned officers and privates
will be divided equally Into three reliefs, and there
will always be one relief on duty.
V. Each Precinct will have a station house, at which
the officers and enlisted men of that Precinct will be
quartered. No enlisted man belonging to the Police
force will be allowed to leave his station house (ex
cept when on duty) without a written pass from the
Lieutenant fn charge of the Precinct.
VI. The privates or patrol man (will wear their
proper uniform, viz: uniform pants, blouse, fordge
cap with letter of company and number of regiment
thereon, and a badge of blue ribbon on the left breast.
Those, however, belonging to the 156th Regiment N.
Y. Volunteers, will wear tnc Zouave uniform of their
regiment, with the blue badge upon the breast,—
They will when on duty wear the waist belt and be
aimed with a baton.
VII. Each man will have a certain “beat” assigned
him when on duty, which he will not quit, except for
some urgent cause, such as a call for assistance, to
quell a disturbance, to pursue an offender, or In case
of fire. The men will be posted and relieved iu the
maimer prescribed by Par. 394, U. S. Revised Army
Regulations, Edition of 1863.
VIII. No patrol man will be allowed on any pre
text to enter any bnildtug upon bis beat, except to
quell a disturbance. No building will be searched for
stolen or contraband goods without a written order
from the Chief of Police, his Assistant, or the Captain
IX. It shall be the duty of each patrol man to strictly
follow these instructions, and obey all orderi he may,
from time to time, reccivo from liis superior officer.
X. It shall be the duty of each non commissioned offl
cer to strictly follow these instructions, to obey all orders
he may receive from liis superior ofiicer, to po*t aod re
lieve liis squad iu the manner prescribed above, andwrliile
liis squad are on post to visit each man at least ouce each
hour, to arrest aud confine any patrol mau found drunk,
or iu any building, aud to report to tire Lieutenant iu
charge of his Precinct any Policeman found off his beat.
XI. It shall be the duty of each Lieutenant to enforce
these instructions and all orders received from the Chief of
Police, liis Assistant or the Captain of Police, und to Bee
that all enlisted men uuder his command wear the pre
scribed uniform. To insure this ast, he will inspect all
his men once each day. He Will see that Ids Station
House is keptiu cleanly condition. He will also he held
responsible for the good Older and quiet of his Precinct,
and will send a written report to the Captain of Police
each morning before nine o’clock, in which he will give
full information as to the condition of his Precinct, the
cleanliness of his Station House, the dress and conduct of
his men, the number of arrests made, with all the par -
ticulars thereof, and generally all matters of interest af
fecting the Felice force, aud good order of his Precinct
during the previous 24 hours.
XII. The Captain of Police will be held strictly re
sponsible far the enforcement of these regulations, and
for the execution of all orders received from the Chief of
Police, his Assistant or Post Headquarters. He will con
solidate the morning report from the two Precincts and for
ward such consolidated report to the Chief of Police each
day before 11 oxlock, a. m.
XIII. These regulations will be read to the Police forot
each mornmg for one week, and every Sunday mornlm:
thercafter at Inspection. 6
By command of Bt. grig. Gen S. L. WOODFORD
juue247t EDWARD G. DIKF, A. A. G.
HEADQUARTERS POST OF SAVANNAH,
Savannah, Ga., June 23, 1865
No. 50, tr
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. All 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 unclall other
lands of provisions, subject to a scale of prices which
shall be established by the Post Treasurer, and posted
m two conspicuous places in the Market.
2. The Market shall n'd. be opened on Sundays.
On other days it shall be open from four o'clock to
nine o'clock In the morning, and on Saturdays, also
from three o'clock tonight o’clock in the afternoon.
The Market shall wise at the ringing of the Mar
3. Every person killing an ox, or cow, or grown
meat cattle, and exposing the same for sale within the
city, shall take the hide and head of suid animal
slaughtered, attached to each other and not severed
to the Clerk of the Market, who shall record anv
marks about the same, and the day of the month if
was brought to the market, and the book shall be
subject to the inspection oi any person driving market
hours. Any violations of th.o toregoing, or neglect on
the part of the Clerk in pot keeping the proper Records,
will be punished by fine.
4. The Clevk of the Af arket will be responsible for tlio
correctnesses weights and measures used ja the Market
ami will, from time to time, examine the same, and dei
stray false weights and measures when found, and wiU
report the names of the offending parties to the Post
Treasurer. He will also collect the Market licenses and
hes prescribed by the old Ordinances of the Cif.v He
will act under the orders of the Post Treasurer, and w,ii
account for and pay over to him each Saturday the no.
nies received from such licenses and fees during the pre
ceding week. Re will cause the Market and adjJint
grounds to be thoroughly policed each day, and the wood
work oi the Market w,U U? whUo-washed once each S
5. Any person exposing fbr sale, in the market, any ar
ticles oi iitaihehng at a higher price than that establish
e<| tojthe same m the schedule of prices, will he snhiect
tP a Uu© amt the forteiUu o of all right to make further
aales m the Blur kef. Ae Clerk of the market will report
agraph* yl ° tUe P ° St Tl ' eu * urer :UJ J' violation of this par
mnutf P 9j, lce . wiu W. that a suitable Police
guard is i.eptat the Market, «ni that all perspns viola
ibis older, or the quiet of the Market, are promptly
ai rested and sent before the Provost Court for trial und
By command of Bt. Brig. Gen. 8. L. WOODFORD.
Juue24.7t Edward g. dike, a. a..g.
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
- A choice selection of
JUST LANDED FROM NEW YORK.
Apothecaries, Planters, and traders from the interi
or, can be the shortest notice,
I can warrant every article es being pure.
A large quantity of European LEECHES, finest
All the Patent Medicines extant on hand.
One hundred cases Jacobs’ Dysenteric Cordial.
ALL WILL BE SOLD LOW FOR CASH,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
AT APOTHECARIES* HALL,
Corner Broughton and Barnard streets.
N, B.— Fresh Garden Seeds.
W. M. WALSH,
r J'HE SAVANNAH NATIONAL BANK
PREPARED FOR BUSINESS,
BANKING HOUSE, IN THE EXCHANGE.
Deposits and Paper for Collection received.
Bills on Northern Cities purchased.
Checks on New York furnished.
* L. C. NORVELL,
L. C. Norvei.l, I Francis Sorrell,
Noble A. Hardee, I J. W. Lathrop,
HENRY S. FITCH,
Notary and Solicitor,
Savannah, 26tfc June, 1865.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, 1
Office of Comptroller of the Ccreenoy, v
Washingtou, gune 10th, 1805. )
Whereas, By satisfactory evidence presented to the
undersigned, It has been made to that “The
Savannah National Banx,” In the City of Savannah,
in the County of Chatham, and State of Georgia, has
been duly organized uuder and according to the re
quirements of the Act of Congress entitled “ An Act
to provide a National Currency, secured by a pledge of
,-United States bonds, and to provide for the circulation
and redemption thereof,” approved June 3, ISC4, and
has complied with all th? provisions of said Act re
quired to be complied with before commencing the
b tsiness of Banking under said Act:
Now, therefore, L Freeman Clarke, Comptroller of
the Currency, do hereby certify that “The Savannah
National Bane,” in the city of Savannah, in the
County of Chatham, and State of Georgia, is author
ized to commence the business of Banking uncler the
In testimony whereof, witness my hand and seal of
office, this 10th day of June, 1865.
[A T o. 1265.] Comptroller of the Currency.
Q.LASS I GLASS ! !
D. 8. SCIIANCK & SON,
(Formerly Sohank & Downing,)
Importers and Dealers
COACH, CAn, and
COLORED AND ORNAMENTAL GLASS,
ROUGH PLATE GLASS
FOR FLOORS and SKYLIGHTS,
From M to IX inches thick.
OLD DEPOT, ’
45 AND 47 CRAMBERS STREET,
J£KIN A COMPANY,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Having leased the large and commodious Warehouse
formerly occupied by Messrs. Dana A Washburne, 114
Bay street, Savannah, Ga., we are prepared to Store
and Forward all kinds of Merchanaize. Liberal ad
vances will be made on ♦
Consigned to our friends in New York, or Liverpool,
„ KEIN & COMPANY.
References —Messrs. Smith & Dunning, New York;
C. C. A H. M. l abor, New York ; W. A. Smith, Esq.,
Mobile, Ala.; Cabot A Senter, St. Louis.
To SHIPPERS OF COTI’ON AND OTHER
FENNER, BENNETT & BROWN.
Successors to Hotchkiss, Fennel* Bennett.
No. 40 Vesey Street, a.kw York.
And Memphis, Tenn,
Thomas Fenner, Henry Bennett, D. W. Bowman.
. julb 6m
STEELE & BURBANK,
Hilton Head, S. C.
Call the attention of Wholesale and Retail purchasers
to t heir superior stock of
MILITARY AND MAyAL CLOTHING
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry’, and Plated
Ware, Swords, Sashes, Belts, Embroideries, Boots, Caps
Field Glasses, Gauntlets loves, <&c., Ac., Ac.
Has resumed the practice of medicine in this city.—
Oftlce at former residence.
To secure their reception, calls should be made
through notes, or messages left ou the slate.