The Savannah Daily Herald.
8. W. Mahon & Cos pROfRiPTOM.
Samesi W. Mason, Editor.
SAVANNAH, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1565.
For Local Sailers 9e* Third Page.
FLVAXCIAL PROSPECTS OP THE
For the past two weeks the financial pros
pects of the natiou have undergone a very fa
vorable change, which improvement is owing
principally to the conviction now established
abroad, bat which required a long time to
obtain, that this nation is stronger, healthier
and more prosperous than before the war,
and.tbat its securities are safer investments
than the paper of any other government in
the world. #
The demand for American bonds in Europe
ba9 greatly increased of late. The New
York Times says that every steamer arriving
brings large orders, and in London, the five
twenties have advanced to 69 8-4, which at
the present premium on gold, is equal to 108-
1-3 in this market.
Then we have a direct domestic cause for
general prosperity, in the gradual opening of
the great Southern producing country' and
its markets lor the benefit of the nation.
With the Southern ports closed, and de
prived of cotton, rice and grain productions,
so long an important element of the national
commerce that their withdrawil from it/ had
a crippling tendency, outside of the paralyz
ing effect on the great Northern manufactur
ing intere-ts, we were in the condition of a
body suddenly deprived of the use of impor
tant a emb'ers.
Gradually, as Southern railroads are open
ed, cropswill go into market to the nation's
advantage instead of its detriment. North
ern merchants will find again a safe and
profitable trade in the whole vast South, and
the Southern people, while beaefitling them
selves, will aid, almost as much as those of
the North, in the nation's recovery from the
injuries they have inflicted in the last four
years. We soon expect a revival, to nearly
its old importance, of the coasting trade, and
a gradual resumption, with many improve
ments, oi all the former business relations be
tween iforih and South, and between the
United States and foreign nations.
In all respects the financial prospects of
the country are most flattering, and more
encouraging to the Southern people than
thoße of any other section, since they have
long suffered unusual hardships, and are
now rising to their old level of prosperity.
♦he yew provisional governor
OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Benjamin F. Perry, the news of whose ap
pointnrent as Provisional Governor of South
Carolina we arc enabled to give our readers
thi9 morning, ha 9 long been among the most
prominent citizens of that State.
Mr. Perry was an active and influential
politician, and was a member of the State
Legislature for several years, representing
one of the upper Districts. He was a gifted
and powerful debater 1 and always entered
with vigor Into the stirring- contests in the
State Capitol. An influential man in society,
and of eminent ability, Mr. Perry was called
upon to fill many positions of distinction ;
among which may be mentioned those of Dis
trict Judge,Trustee of the Uriiversity of South
Carolina, and Representative of Congress.
Put life proudest distinction, 'doubtless, of
Mr. Perry, and that which served him best
was bis steadfast Unionism. As far back as
the days of Tariff and Nullification excite
ment*,ißenj. F Perry was distinguished for
his Union proclivities and his opposition to
any measures that would tend to awaken an
tagonism or estrangement between the
Northern and Southern sections of the coun
try. It would seem his course in Congress
was not less strongly marked with the true
national spirit; for it will be remembered that
in tbo course of the interview of the South
Carolina delegation with the President, Mr.
Johnson called to mind Mr. Perry, and spoke
of him with warmth. The following is the
newspaper report of tbo circumstance .
‘•President Johnson asked the delegates to
submit whom they would prefer as "Provis
ional Governor. To this they replied they
had a list of five meu, viz: Aiken, McCla
hany, Boyce, Col. Manning, late Governor,
and B. F. Perry. All of them were spoken
of as good men, but who bad been more or
less involved in the Rebellion. Mr. Perry
was a District Judge in the Confederacy un
til it collapsed and is said to have a'iways
been a good Union man and a gentleman of
strict integrity. Tbe people certainly would
respect him, and he could not fail to be ac
The President said he knew Benjamin
Perry well, having served with him in Con
gress. There was no spirit of vengeance or
vindictiveness on the part of the Government,
whose only desire was to restore the relations
whictWbrmerly existed. He was Dot now
prepared to give them an answer as to whom
he should appoint; but at the Cabinet meet
ing next Tuesday he would repeat tbe sub
stance of this iuierview, with a hope to the
restoration which the gentleman present ear
’ nestly desired.”
We have a cepy of the Charleston Courier
of the etb, from which we take tbe follow
The Focsth was celebrated in an appro
priate manner, with an excursion down" the
Harbor, a parade of the Home Guard, ex
ercises in Zion’s church, a parade of Fire
men and a fair. A Fouth-of-July Associa
tion WS9 formed with Hon. A. G. Mackey as
Ymx or Gfi». GuiatOßE,—Yesterday morn-
ing we were favored with a visit from Major
Gen. Gillmore, who was accompanied by
Brevet Brig. Gen. 8 L.' Woodford. Brevet
Brig. Gen. C, L. Kilburn. Col. C. W. Thom
as, Maj. Geo. E. Gouraud, Captain Jekse
Merrill, Capt. 11. M. Bragg, and Lieut. E. N.
Kirk Taicott. The party left Hilton Head
on tbe previous night, and on their arrival
here took apartmenus at the Charleston Ho
tel. A latge number of civilians, including
ladies, waited upon Gen. Gillmore during
the day, for the purpose of consulting him
on matters relating to their personal inter
ests. Toward evening a band took a posi
tion on the balcony and discoursed elegant
music, to the evident delight of a large
crowd of citizens who assembled In the vi
cinity of the hotel. At 6 P. M. Gen. Gill
more and the officer? accompanying him pro
ceedcd'to the rail road station and took cars
for Orangeburg. The party are expected to
return to Charleston to-day.
Ordered North.— The Monitor Kaatskill,
Capt. Barrett, ha 9 been ordered North, and
will sail on Monday or Tuesday next. The
Kaatskill is the only iron clad remaining in
our harbor, and parties desiring to visit it
are informed that they can do so between
now and the day of sailing.
Foreign Arrival. —The first foreigu arri
val since tbe opening of the port to lorrtgn
trade was the English bark Nuffield, from
Bermuda, via Matamoras, with an assorted
cargo. She airived here Tuesday evening.
Oes Day Later from the North#
W&siiingtda Sates of July 2dL
SOFTH CAROLINA TO BE BE=
Benjamin F. Ferry Appointed
THE COZZEX9 HABEAS fOBPFS CASE
Important Order to Regimental
The United States transport Idaho, from
Point Lookout, Md., arrived yesterday even
ing. We are indebted to the gentlemanly
officers of the Idaho for the latest papers,
containing the following highly Interesting
The Proclamation of the President in
relation to South Carolina.
The proclamation of President Johnson
appointing Benjamin F. Perry, Provisional
Governor of South Carolina is in precisely
the same terms and language as those by
which civil Government and Governors have
been proclaimed for this and the other re
habilitated States. If is dated the thirtieth
day of June, 1866.
The following is the clause containing
the appointment of Mr. Perry :
Now, therefore, in obedienefe to the high
and solemn duties.imposed upon me tne
Constitution of the United States, and for
the purpose of enabling the loyal people of
said State to organize a State government,
whereby justice may be established, do
mestic tranquility insured, and loyal citizens
protected in all their rights of life, lib
erty, and property, I, Andrew Johuson,
President of the United States, and com
mander-in-chief of the army and navy of the
Uuiied States, do hereby appoint Benjamin
F. Perrv, of South Carolina, provisional
governor of the State of South Carolina,
whose duty it shall be, at the earliest practi
cable period, to prescribe such rales and re
gulations as may be necessary and proper
lor convening a convention, composed of
delegates to be chosen by that portion of the
people of said State who are loyal to the
United States, and no others, for the pur
pose of alteriug or amending the constitu
tion thereof; aud with authority to exercise,
within the limits of said State * all the pow
ers necessery aud proper to enable such loyal
people of the State of South Carolina to res
tore said State to its constitutional relations
to ihe Federal government, and to present
such a republican form of State government
as will entitle the State to the guarantee of
the United Stotes therefor, aud Its people to
protection by the United States against, in
vasion, insurrection, and domestic vio
lence ; provided that, in any elec
tion that may be hereafter held for
choosing delegates to any State convention
as aforesaid, no person shall be qualified as
an elector, or shall be eligible a9 a member
of such convention, unless he shall have
previously taken and subscribed the oath of
amnesty, as set forth in the President's proc
lamation of May 2Jth, A. D., 1865, and is a
voter qualified as prescribed by the consti
tution and laws of the State of South Caro
oliua in force immediately before the sev
enteenth (17th) day of November, A. D.
1860, the date of the so-called ordinance of
“secession; and the said convention, when
convened, or the legislature that may be
thereafter assembled, will prescribe the qual
ification of the electors, and the eligibility of
persons to hold office undei the constitution
and laws of the State, a power the people
| of the several States composing the Federal
( Union have rightfully exercised from the
origin of the Government to the present
The Coziens. Habeas Cor pus Cass;,
Philadelphia, July 1.— I The 'consideration
of Cozzena habeas corpus case was resumed
in the Court this morning, Provost Marshal
Frink making the proper return to the writ,
under direction of General Cadwallader and
the Secretary of War.
The argument in the case was conducted
by Judge Knox, but was not concluded. The
case was then postponed until next Wed
Important Order to Regimental Officer*.
The Secretary of War has issued a very
important and salutary order, intended to
prevent the carelessness and neglect of com
pany and regimental officers in charge of or
ganizations about to be mustered out. If
the men are not promptly paid off and dis
charged upon reaching the place of muster
out, it will be due solely to tbe failure of such
officers to make out the proper papers
before leaving the field. All such officer are
to be reported and properly dealt with.
Governor Pierpoint has issued an order
authorizing seven counties of Virginia to
hold elections, witli a view to the reorgani
zation of the State, and its return to civil
Governor Bramlette is stumping Khitucky
In favor of the Constitutional Amendment
abolishing slavery, and in favor of free labor.
Ex-Governor Magoffin,, has also declared
himself in tavor of the amendment
General Sherman arrived at Cincinnati on
Friday night, where he had a very enthus
The President and General Grant will at
tend the Gettysburg ceremonies on tffe
The Roxbury (Mass.) Common Council
have appointed a committee to talk with the
horse railroad men, and see if they can't atop
running horse-cars on Sundays. •
Sozopont Gratifies a!! who use It.
Sold by Druggists and Perfumers.
FOR NEW YORK
The Steamer CHASE, Rogers, Commander, will
sail on her regular day,
THURSDAY, JULY 13th.
For the above port! at o’clock m. For Freight
or Passage apply to
. Jyß HUNTER & GaMMELL.
tw-. gentlemen. In the home of a private family,
In me up,, r part of the city, a well furnished sitting
room anc two bedrooms, with Bath Room and uae of
Apply to W. M., Herald office. jyß-3
The undersigned having resumed the practice of hia
profession, may be found at his old office, next door
to the Central Railroad Bank.
Jyß-lw THOS. E. LLOYD.
Jf'RESH LEMON SYRUP.
Warranted ar.peri or to any In market
For sale bv
KOBf . H TATE-M. Drugglri,
)?»-•* cor, Jefferson and McDonough sta.
SKIRT FOR 1866
THE GREAT INVENTION OF THE AGE
HOOP SKIT S.
J. W. Bradley's New Paiekj Duplex Elliptic
y (on Double) Spbiwo Skirt.
insists of Duplex (oi two; Elliptic
Pure Refined Steel Springs, ingeniously braid*! tight
ly and firmly together, edge to edge, mating the
toughest, most flexible, Elastic and durable Spring
evwused. They seldom bend or break, like the sin
gle Springs, aud consequently preserve their perfect
and beautiful shape more than twice as long a>Tany
Single Spring Skirt tnai ever has or- can be made,
The wonderful flexibility aud great comfort and
pleasure to any lady wearing the Duplex Elliptic Skirt
ej tP*l®tE(l particularly In all crowded Assem
blies, Operas, Carriages, Railroad Cars. Church Pews,
Arm Chairs, for Promenade and House Dress, as the
Skirt can be lolded when m use to occupy a small
place as easily aud conveniently as a Silk or Muslin
A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort and
great convenience of wearing the Duplex Elliptic
bteel Spring Skirt for a single day will never after*
wurds willingly dispense with their use. For children
others atiC * ladies they are superior to all
.. Tb « Hoops are covered with 2 ply double twisted
thread aud will wear twice as long as the yarn
«*Ye ,lll g which is used on all Single Steel Hoop
Skirts. The three bottom rods on every Skirt are also
Double Steel, and twice or double covered to pre
vent the covering from wearing off the rods when
dragging down stairs, stone steps, &c., which thev are
constantly subject to when in use.
Ail are made of the uew and elegant Corded Tapes,
and are the best quality iu every part, giving to tbe
wearer the most graceful and perfect shape possible
aud are unquestionably the lightest, most desirable,
comfortable and economical skirt ever made.
WESTS' BRADLEY 4- CART, (late J. I. & J. O.
West,) Proprietors of the Invention, and Sole Mauu
fteturers, 9. Chambers aud T 9 and 81 Reade streets,
For Sale in all first class stores in this city, and
throughout.the United States and Canadas, Havana
de Cuba, Mexico, South America, and the West in-
for the Du P lp * Elliptic (or double)
opting bkirt. jyß Stt
ILEADQ’KS POST OF SAVANNAH,
On dels, » Ju * 7 ' 1?C5 ’
No. 6. /
-v,f Uj A erNm3a? ‘‘ nereb ? notified that on and after
thu data no citizen's clothing will be sold, loaned or
given away to any enlisted men of the United States
Army at tbU Post
All persons found violating this order will be sum
marily dealt with.
By command of
- „ fl 7t- Brig. Gen. DAVIS.
Jaa Mpllct, A A A. G
- HEADERS POST OF SAVANNAH,
~ Savannah, «a, July 6, 1866.
GINKBAI LRDCK3,! '
No. 7, j
. I . it Is ordered ihatoa and after this date, no per
son be buried at this Post unless Ute Keeper of the
ft certificate fr m the
attending Physician, or from the Health Officer of the
Post, staling the name, age and cause of death of the
debased in mil. Tins order does not apply to officers
had lw'v-h” • & Army. Blank forms may be
had by Ihysielans on application to the Health Offi
cer, aud no others can be used,
Keeper* °i th, ‘ Graveyards and Cemeteries will,
on the last day of each mouth, make a full report to
the proper city official of all interments made daring
the mouth at the grounds under their charge Thn
report will be made qn the form used undm-the efty
government prior to the occupation of Savannah bv
the National Military Forces. lu
All persons wno die and whose relations or
friends are unable to give them decent burial will be
buried at the expense of the Government. For all
such cases application will be made to the Health Of
fleer of the Post, who will make requisitions boon the
t ost quartermaster lor coffius, vehicles to remove the
boons, and lor necessary labor. The Post Quarter
master u nereby instructed to comply with such re
quests oi the Health Officer promptly and efficiently,
and he 1-t authorized to employ such labor as maV be
necessary to accomplish this result v *
By oommand of
, . Bvt. Brig. Qen. DAVIS.
Jno. Mclun, A. A. A. G. j V g t iq
SIXTY BALES HAY.
Landing riom Steamship America. For «ale by
jj-6-ti BEWHHM, BALDWIN 4 CO.
| ■— . L=L2 1..-L1 .
| JgOARD WANTED.
First-class Board in a private family, where there are
no other Boarder.-. Price no object.
Address WATSQN, Herald office jy7-lw
Six good Ship Carpenter* enn have immediate em
plotment. at good wages, bv applving to *
~ JAMES MIUJKENS,
MULES OR DRAFT HORSES AND WAGONS
ENGINEER'S OFFICE, A. & G. U. R .\
Savannah, June 29, IS©;. )
Persons having Mules or Draft Horae* and Wagon*
for sale or hire will please call at this office
J. T. STONE,
Office in Stoddard's Building, up stairs, opposite the
Post Office. ju3o ts
J 7 OR AUGUSTA.
Top stesmei AMAZON will leave for Augusta on
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at four o’clock.
For Freight or Passage engagements apply on
board, at Georgia Steamboat Company's Yard, to,
jyT-2 DAVID R. DILLON.
rpo COTTON SHIPPERS
ON THE CORNER OF JEFFERSON & BAY STB.
For the purpose of
SHIPPING CGTToJt FOR THE PUBLIC,
• 4ki xax
LOW EST RA TES,
FURNIfIkING INK, &c.
jyZ * j Im
Yy B. GRIFFIN & CO.
W. B. Griffin, J. C. Millneb, F. Plumb.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will give prompt attention to all consignments and
mai e liberal advances when desired. * juf'C-lm
£po r crumpaTo:; '
AUCTION AND CGMMLSSION MERCHANTS,
209 Bbcao SniFEx, Aracgii, G*..
-yiRGINIA TOBACCO AGENCY.
GEORGE R CRUMP & CO ,
209 Broad Sub tt, XuaustA, Gi.
Have on hand a large ana well selected stock of
Manufactured and Smoking Tobacco.
Samples sent by Express when dealred, 3m juirt
JQ ENNIS, PERKINS & CO.
No 65 Bc.oad Street,'*
julO 1 m
JJOOMS TO ‘LET;
AT HILTON HEAD, S. C.
The Palmetto Herald Building having been Newly
Fitted Up, now offers large and airy rooms, suitable
for Sleeping Apartments or business purposes.
F° r terms apply to W. S.S.unpsou, .Jr„ Box No. 25.
Ilflten Head Post Office, or on the premises, corner of
Merchants' Row and Palmetto Avenue, from 4 o’clock
to 0 o’clock p. m. j u .>o
JMPORTED AND DOMESTIC r
WINES AND LIQUORS,
A I WHOLESALE, FOB mini U S E.jg
•AT 207 BAY STREET. "
ISRAEL H SEAL? & CO.
MAnCFACTLTiEBS, LuFORiERIj WboLEhALi Dzt LEM
OILS AND VARNISHES,
ARTISTS- AND PAINTERS' MATERIALS,
PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS,
Nos. 106 and lffl Fulton- Sx.,
ju22 lm NEW YORK
jpAMILY GROCERIES " ""
The undersigned has now in store, and for
60,0‘0 choice Segars,
300 boxes Family Soap, •
And a general assortment of Family Groceries ' Ali
who desire to secure bargains will do well to call
Northwest corner Broughton and Barnard sts.
QHAMPION BKICK MACHINE.
The proprietors ot this recent Patent for the manu.
facture of Brick are prepared to dispose of Machines,
and rights to use the same. This Machine Is simple
of construction; doe* not readily get out of repair
has immense power; makes rhe brick square and sol’
id ; can be worked with a single horse. causes little
delay for removing stones; will make from twentv.
jjf.*® thirty-five thousand bricks per day. Circular,
with full particulars, forwarded on application to
. 1 m BRADFORD A RENICK,
" ,lm 71 Broadway, New York.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
TUESDAY. JUNE 20vn, 1865
This new note! situated on the most desirable spot
on the eastern bank of Hilt-vn Head Island, affords u
fixu ;lew of the Pkr, Bay, Ocean, and surroendieg
Islands. The scenery is quite as pleasing and later
eating, in everv respect, as the famous watering plaoa
of Newport. R. 1., and is altogether as comfortable
and healthful r* place to -pend the summer months.—
It has a line hard smooth Beach, seventeen utiles long
affording n more aliarming drive than the celebrated
Beach ae Nahant, Mas;\, and a* fine sea bathing as at
that place or Cape May.
The House ha- over seventy large, &ity rooms, and
verandahs or three sides of ail the stories ; the furni
ture is entirely new, and the tables-will be furnished
with the be-t that can. bo procured here and in the
Northern markets. Every effort will be made to ren
der the I Late 1 all that tho most fastidious can desire.
Billiard Rooms and Sea Bathing houses will soon be
in readiness for guests. ju£3 tt
JJOTEL FOR SALE.
THE SAXTON HOUSE,
BE A CFO RT, S. C,
formerly the prop?; ty of Dj Johnson, is for solo.-*
C W DENNIS & CO.,
No. 4 Merchants' Row,
JaS» ts Hilton Head, S, <?-
pORT ROYAL HOUSE,
HILTON HEAD, S. C.
RIDDELL & RUGG, Pscpbietohb
S. S. tQiMU, K F. BOO4L
Juh-tf - •
BARTELS * RIDDELL, PaoraiSToeo.
t. a MaBICLS. t, 8. KDDELL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
ALES, WINES AND LAGER BIER
OUR HOU SE,
16S BAY STREET,
ILIT ARY cToTbUT
FURNISHING GO®DS, v
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, Ac.,
H. A TOPHAM'S,
NO. 138 CONGRESS STREET.
This Store is well stocked with a superior quality of
goods, which will be sold remarkably cheap, as th»
P.oprietor wishes to make room for anew assort
RIVER AGKICULTKAL W'ußKo.
GRIFFTNG, BROTHER i CO, PTOFaicrcae,
63 Aat> 60 CotmxiANt) SrSEET.
Manufacturers of Plow?, Harrows, Cultivator*, Cot
ton Sweeps, Corn'Mills, Cot ton Gine, &c
Every Implement wanted by the Planter, Also,
dealers in Field and Garden Seeds Also, Agents to*
Bruce'* Concentrated Manure, Bone, tic.
Send lor circular. j n "o jjj,
COMMISSION AND PRODUCE MERCHANT.
Strict attention given to ail Consignment*
Cobneu BuocoirroN and Jkkfkesom Stbsxm.
S. BUNDY, *
G*E NERAL AGENT
AND ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No. 247 F Stbeet, Bstwee* 13tu and Urn Stbots,
(Near Pay Department,)
Washington, and. e
juso ’ tf *
Os best quality, SGxM per lineal yard.
For sale by
- jul9 - 6m TOWLE A CO,
Jy[AY, ORAIN, FLOUR,
WHITE FINE LUMBER, SPRUCE SHINGLES
Fob Sale ut
RICHARDSON & BA2NARD,
lno , ““T opposite Mariners’ Chmio. •
J B soLomons, m. and *——^
ciSSSSfi £ •»» «• W*
Rooms at Dr. Clark's office, Congress atreok
I)r. Juhwjh liAiuijs,
c * ll attention of the tßfclic to
*2xz\ p ro ®pti>- to mi S5&& SSudfiSu s
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER«uU?t.
No 17 Broadway, A'«a IVrA.
Liberal advances on Shipments to
oxeat. made by ■ a Consign
a™ HTOTER A QAJMMFT.T.
Agents Pioneer LinqSteumshtps, ,
t, r . „ ’ « Bay .Street Savannah.
Reference in New York—
MeS ma^r ir,POWS Tiuam>t ** Cos.
UNITED STATES CUSTOM HOUSE, \
and C othcr valuahlS Weights,
iSithSe h^m^^f rtn,ll ' on t 0 the , undersigned,
«w»ose having them in possession will please return
lQt ~ WYLLY WOODBKIDGE.
Jpi ts Collector.