The Savannah Daily Hefald.
S. W. Mason & Cos •• Pe*whbtvm«.
Samcu. W. jlisoj, Ewt<«.
* tAVANNAH. MONDAY, JULY 10, 1965.
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FOft LOCAL fIATIEES SE£ THIRD PAGE.
CHANCE OF MIHSAY INESOLASD
That there arc elements of discord In the
British Ministry would stem evident to
the observer of the present position of that
Ministry: Lord Palmerston has been its
guiding spirit. He it is, octagenarian as he
is, who by Lis Parliamentary influence, ex
perience and eminent public services, Las
kept the party in power of which lie is the
Lead. But tor his conciliatory course and
respect paid to his opinions by the members
oi his own party, it would have some vmt*
since dissolved, and as a consequmfc'e
the Rories, under Lord Derby, would have
been navigating the ship of State
The retirement of Lori Palmeston may be
loosed for at any moment. His increasing
infirmities will render it impossible that he
■will be able to undertake public business any
longer in any capacity, much less in the ca
pacity of prime minister and manage* of the
House of Commons.
The two most influential members of the
Whig party, after Lord Palmerston, are Lord
John Russell and Mr. Gladstone. The de
scents of the former from an ancient Whig
family, his political antecedent?, his long
connection with the Whig party, will give to
his claim for the reception of Prime Minis- j
ter due weight, but»he has a formidable com- j
petitor for this # post Tn the latter, who to a j
large measure of official experience -unites j
l&r superior abilities. What gives to the !
claim of Lord John Russell to the Premier
ship is the prestige by which his name is as
sociated with Parliamentary Reform. He
has had an agency at different times iu al
most all the measures introduced into the
House of Commons in favor of a reform in j
If there is no possibility of reconciling and
harmonizing the discordant elements of which
we have spoken, the Tories will of course
take their seats on the Treasury benches, and
there are more chances of the Tories being
able to compose a harmonious cabiuet than
the Whigs. There are fewer subjects of diff
erence betweu them than between their op
ponents. There are few examples of an octo
genarian continuing to discharge tiie func
tions of government after reaching that al
most extreme iiinit of lite. The wonder is
enhanced when the duties of political admin
istration devolve on the premier, in a parlia
mentary body, constituted as is the British
House of Commons, where all the battles of
the government are to be fought, inch by
inch, and where the mo3t complicated que.v
In finance, taxation and reform iu the various
departments of the State, are daily discussed.
It is not within our recollection that an uoto
genetian has ever before administered the
government of Cheat Britain. We n* ay truly
say that Lord Palmerson’s ministry will form
an era iu British History. %*
OBSERVANCE OF Il&>EPKft£>HftCE
DAY AT THE NORTH.
The 89th Anniversary of our*National In
dependence was observed throughout the
North with more eclat than auy previous
Fourth. The New York Herald of the fifth
has several pages devoted to elaborate re
ports of celebrations in a score or more of
Iu New York city the military display con
sisted of twenty-five regiments of infantry,
cavalry and artillery, accompanied by thir
teen bands, and was received with tlie great
est enthusiasm along the line of march.
The returned veterans had a perfect ovation,
a dinner was given to. the Irish Brigade at
Irving Hall, and the wounded, sick and well
soldiers were entertained at the State Soldiers’
depot, the City Assembly Rooms, regimental
armories and other places. The shipping iu
the harbor was finely decorated, public and
private buildings were huug with flags and
streamers, the parks and streets were lull of
fair women and brave men, and in the even
ing the fireworks in the various squares and
other localities closed the day in a blaze of
glory. There were less casualties then usual,
but eleven liavinf been reported as occurring
during the day, nine of which were inflicted
by pistols, most cf them 'exploding in the
Lands of the victims.
At Gettysburg the day was celebrated with
great enthusiasm, and the corner stone of the
soldiers’ monument was laid with the most
Imposing ceremonies. At daylight one hun
dred guns were fired by the camp on the
battle-field. At ten o'clock in the morning
the procession, headed by Major General J.
W. Geary, moved from the main street of
the town, and the cernelcry was reached at n
tew minutes before eleven, where* the exer
cises were opened with prayer and a dis
course by the Rev. Dr. Tyng, of New York.
. After the reading ofh letter from President
Johnson, regretting that illness deprived him
of the pleasure of being present, the cere
monies attending the lnymg of the corner
stone were gone through with. General
Howard, the orator of the flay, delivered an
eloquent oration on the sacrttiees pri
vate soldier, which was followed by the
poem of the occasion—“ Thoughts of the
Time and Plaeo”—written and read by Col
onel Charles G. Halpine. The exercises
»were concluded by an address from Governor
AtWcshiogton the National Colored Monu
ment Association had a large and entbusias
• tic meeting, the oration being delivered by
William Howard Day, a black man. ,Sj>eech
es were made by Hon. Henry Wilson and
Governor Hahn, and the Rev. John Pierpont
read a poem written for the occasion.
At Albany the great feature of the day was
the flag reception of the New York State
volunteer regiments. Grant
was present. The presentation address was ;
made by Major General Butterfield, an ad- !
dress was delivered by Governor Fenton, and
the Rpv E. H. Chapin was me orator of the j
occasion. ' |
Throughout tbo country generally, the
great national holiday w as observed as a dou
ble celebration—as an anniversary of the es- :
tabiislunent of *>ur independence and as a day
of rejoicing at the restoration of peace
throughout the land.
UENERAI, KKWA, •
The weatlier in New York has been al- !
most as hot and oppressive as here, the ther- i
tnometer ranging uearftO. Much agitation j
has been excited lately in New York con- |
eerning ttie extortionate prices which the ,
butchers have be*u demanding The solu- i
firm of the question has been finally ar- .
rived at through the agency of the heat,
which brought doj n the prices as well as the !
quality of the meat considerably.——A te- i
rifle tornado has recently visited Connecticut \
in the vicinity' of Birmingham. It was ac- !
companied with torrents of rain, unroofed '
houses, uprooted trees and played 3 undry j
pranks. Col. Wm. S. King, who has been ]
made Constable of Massachusetts, has j
determined to appoint no one under him who '
has not been in the military service of tbo j
United State? during the war A Mr.
Paul, Methodist clergyman of Darien, Conn,
was instantly killed wnile walking on a rail
road track on the 27th uit. A good look
ing lady gave birth to a tine healthy boy in ’
the cars near Boston, recently. The lady
apoligized to the conductor of the train.-
The law- partner of Abraham Lincoln, Hon.
Win. H. Herndon, is collecting materials
for a biography ol' the isle President.
Numerous citi?.ens of Richmond petition the
President for a reconsideration of the twen
ty thousand dollar clause in the amnesty pro
clamation. All paroled prisoners below
the rank of Colonel have been released.
Secretary Seward is again at his post —-The
President’s •health is improving. Fred- j
crick Seward’s condition continues to lav- |
prove. The Missouri Free State Constitu- i
tion was adopted by 1,862 majority ——Bi- i
plomatic relations between Maximillian and j
the Pope Lave been suspended.-—The New
York Herald announces that it will hereafter
be published every day in the year. Gen.
Cox. nominated for Governor of Ohio, has
been relieved from command in North
Carolina —y Wilmington is very sickly
Governor Letcher is said to be in a destitute
condition ——-i3O bales of cotton passed I
Cairo North on the 3d. Roger A. Pryor
has resumed the practice of law in Peters
burg. Advices from Hayti state that the
rebellion is gaining strength. Wm. Orton
has succeeded Judge Lewi3 as Internal Re
venue Commissioner, MaJ, T. T. Eckert,
Superintendent of Military Telegraphs, has
entered on his duties as Asst. SeC’ry of War.—
Two more railroad accidents are added
to the long list of casualties to be laid at4he
door of reckless railroad officials—one on
the HaVlem and New Haven Railroad, by
which forty or titty persous were injured, and
one on the Hudson River road, by which
several lives were lost.——A terrible tornado
passed over Union county, Wisconsin, on Ist
July, prostrating fifty dwellings and killing
seventeen persons. On the 'same day a tre
mendous storm visited Philadelphia, during
which the steeple of the German Reformed
Church was blown down, and much damage
clone to other parts of the city —. —The trial
of Miss Mary Harris, who killed Burroughs. 1
a treasury clerk in Washington, was to com
mence on the f>th inst. The President, on
account of continued indisposition, and Gen.
Grant, in consequence of onerous special du
. ties, were unable to attend the celebration at
Gettysburg on the Fourth.
The Fulton arrived at Hilton Head on Sa
turday evening, bringing dates of the sth.
There is no startling news, but we elsewhere
copy articles on leading subjects, and give a
condensed summary of the general news,
from full tiles ot Northern papers forwarded
to us on Saturday evening by our agent at
, v \ i— *
IsTEKXAI. WfcIV'EIHJB ASSESSOR FOB CHAfihKS
tox.—Mr. C. J. Haskill has been ap
pointed Assessor of Internal Revenue for the
Second Charleston (S. C.) District. He was
a resident of that city for several years be
fore the war, and was driven away on ac
count oi his Union sentiments.
a|Gov. Pr.Hitv.—We on Saturday morning
announced the appointment of Provisional
Governor Perry, of South Carolina. The
Northern papers speak very highly of the
selection, as a fit and acceptable one.
The Fci.to.n's Passengers— The Fulton
brought 333 psssengers, of whom 24b were
steerage and 84 cabin, of the latter fifteen
Another Brigadier General.— Brig. Gen
W. H. Noble, arrived at Hilton Head by the j
Fulton, on Saturday.
Florida is now the only State not provided
with a Governor. One will very soon be
nUMIAL AMU CUUSEKtIAL.
From our full files of "New York papers,
we pre pare the following summary of Nor
thern Financial and Commercial news, to the
eTeniug of 3d Business was suspended on
the 4th. • • .
Golp and Stock%. —The gold room and
Stock Exchange being closed yesterday,
there was no regular business done; but
gold sold on thu street irom 133 to 140 5-8,
the closing price being 140. Five-twenties
after selling up to 105 1-4, relapsed to 104 3-4
on the receipt ot the China s news — N. Y.
National Bayks. —The aggregate capital of
new national banks authorized during the
week ending July Ist was $30,014,210;
that of those previously authorized #320,924,
KOI; whole number of national banks au
thorized to date, 1,378, with an aggregate
capital of #340.938,811 ; amount of circular
tion issued to national banks for the week,
SJ, 863,100; previously issued #143, 064,87 c.
Total ciiculation issued todate, #146,927,975.
New York Weekly Bank Statement.—
The last weekly bank statement of New York
city shows an increase of $2,995,191 in loans,
and $4,147,837 in net deposits. The legal
tenders are increased $2,343,805, and the
spocie la decreased $51,324. The ratio of
coin to net liabilities is "11.03 per cent, against
8.23 per cent, last week
Clearing House Statement. New York,
3d.—Exchanges, $101,273,135 74; Balances,
Exchange. —The foreign exchange market
is dull, and transactions are limited. Prime
iiankers’ sterling sixty-day bills are quoted
109 to 109 3-4, and francs 5.15. In railroad
stocks there were no transactions.
London Money Market. —Advices from
London, per steamship China, to June 24th,
report fiv6-twenties as selling at 70 3-4 to 71,
Erie at 53, and Illinois Central at 83 1-4 to
83 84. Consols were quoted at 89 3-4 to
Internal Revenue Decision.— The follow
ing decision has been made by Hon. E A
Rollins, Deputy Commissioner
Sir ; l ours of June 26, 1865, in relation to
Income derived from United States securities
is received. I reply, that gold received as
interest of United States bonds should be re
turned at its nominal value when such gold
la not disposed of, but, if so dis
posed of, the premium should be returned
al9o. Therefore, if you still retain this (Inter
est,; gold are not required to return the pre
New York Ctrr Banks.— The following is
the statement of the weekly aveiages ot the
New York city bank for three years.
Pee!.- tsmting July X, ’‘Ct. July 2, ’64. July 3,’53.
huanH &2Ui,f>85,421 $197,1177,002 $1141303,261
Bp?cie 22,0u0,59fe 38,313,606
Circulation ,. 4,807,106 0.020,4C0
Net. depo*... 191,656,773 1ift,772,982 168,559,895
Av exen gfa. . 78,953,886 78,806,727 63,652,166
Katio ot coin
tn liabilities. .8 03 |). c. 13.46 p c. 23.27 p. c.
Week ending July 5, *62. July 8. ’6l. July 7, ‘6O.
Loans $148,013,718 $112,134,608 $127,244,211
Specie 31,790,519 45,030.045 22,751.094
Circulation.. 9,270,816 8,862.709 9,363,727
Wet. liepo:-'... 127,400,534 96 677,763 81,331.320
At. PK«*h’g«. 29,949,785 1,.664,446 26,642,928
Ratio ot coin
to liabUit.es. .21.24 p.c 46,89 p.c. ,25.00 p. c.
Interest on Treasury Bonds. —The Trea
sury Department on the Ist paid in gold the
July interest on its bonds, amounting to $9,-
Money. —Money is very easy in the North
ern markets at 4 a 5 per cent, and the supply
of loanable funds is largely in excess *>f the
Financial Affairs in Boston.— The supply
of money is constantly increasing. All the
Boston banks (forty-four in number) have
organized under the “national system,” which
is intended to establish a uniform paper cur
rency, preparatory to a future .resumption of
specie payments, whenever “greenbacks” are
withdrawn lrom circulation. Five per centum
was the interest rate to-day for prime loans
on demand; and the best mercantile paper
was sold in State street at seven per cent.
The stock market was more active than of
late, and theie were full as many buyers as
sellers of government bonds, railroad, facto
ry, bank, land, and mining shares. —Evening
Traveller, July l.
London Stock and Money Market.—Lon
don, Friday evening, June 23. Consols close
at 88 7-8 a9O for money. American Stock*
United States five-twenties, 72 1-2 a 73; Il
linois Central Railroad, 85 a 86; Erie Rail
road, c 4 a 55. The weekly return oi the
bank of England shows an increase of bul
lion ol ¥2500,000.
NEW 'YORK MARKETS
Floor and Meal. —The market for west
and State Flour is less Active, and prices are
lower, the decline being 5 a 10c. on the low,
and 10 a 15c. on the medium grades. Fami
ly brands are dull and irregular; the sales
are 5,600 bbls. at $5 a 5,40 for Sifperline
state; $5,70 a 5,90 for Extra State ; $6 to
6,20 for Fancy State; ss,f» a 5,90 for low
grades of Western Extra ; $6,30 a 6,60 for
Shipping Ohio; $6,75 a 7,40 for Trade and
; family brands ; and $7, 70 a 10,60 for St.
| Louis Extras. Canadian Flour is a shade
i easier and dull; the supply is fair; sales of
I 1 70 bbls. at $5,75 a 5,90 tor the low grades of
Extra, and $6 a 7, 75 for Trade & Family Ex
! tras. Southern Flour is dull and heavy ;
sales of 260 bbls. at $6,65 a 7,50 for mixed
■ to good Superfiue Country Baltimore, Ac.,
and $7,60 a 11,50 for Trade and Familj*
| brands. Rye Flour is in fair demand and
; steady ; sales of 200 bbls. at $5 a 5,30. Corn
Meal is inactive but firm.
! Grain. —The Wheat market opened firm
for Spring but heavy for Winter, and closed
2 a 3c. lower on all grades, the demand ie
mainly for export, the sales are 56,000 bush,
at $i,25 a 1,28 for Chicago Spring : $1,26 a
1,28 torMilwaukie Club; $1,35 for Rc'd Wes
tern, and $1,42 a 1,44 tor Amber do. Bar
ley is dull and prices favor the buyer. Bar
ley Malt is in limited supply and firm at
$1,60a 1,65. Oats are firm; tbe supply of
prime Western is moderate; tbe sales are
21,000 bush. Western at 73 a 75c. Rye i<? s
dull and more plenty ; we quote Western at
85 a 86c. and State 95 a 96c. Corn is in less
active demand, but with light arrivals prices !
arc Arm; the sales are 1 t,oou bush. Unsound 1
at 68c , and Sound Western mixed at 77c. i
Cotton. —The market has been rather more I
active, but at easier rates, closing at 43 a 44c
fog Middlings: sales of 1,460 bales.
Cofyte —’The demand for aH kinds is
moderate, and we have no sales to advise.
Prices are nominally unchanged.'
Rice.—'The demand is very light, and we
have only to note a few retail lots at 9 a
9 l-2c. for Raugoon. and 10 alO l-2c. for
Carolina. The stock on hand is 6.940 bags
cleaned East India, 4.861 bags and mats un
eleaned do., and 1,1 r»9 tcs. Carolina, against
£o,fee bags cleaned and 3,821 Wags and mats
uncleaned East India same time last year.
Scgars — The demand for raw has been
fair, without essential change iu prices; Hales
of 500 hhds. at 10 3-4 a 12 l-2c. for Cuba,
13c. for Porto Rico, and 828 boxes Havana
at 12 a 12 l-2e. Refined are unchanged.
Hay. — The market is dull, but prices are
without change ; sale? at 90c. a $1 for ship
ping, and $i a sl.lO for retail lots.
Live Stock.—The receipts ot animals at
the live stock markets in New Y ork for the
week ending July 1, were as follows : Beef
cattle 5,414 milch cows 108, veal 1,902, sheep
13, and swine 10,759. The prices of beef
cattle were considerably lower, all grades
selling at a decline of 2c. per lb. Prices rang
ed from 9c. a 16c. per lb. for poor to prime
grades. Veal calves were also lower. Cows
are dull, and little was doing in them. The
sheep market, owing to the reduction in
prices of beeves, ruled lower. Live hogs sold
about at previous quotations.
Exports. —The exports exclusive of specie
from New York for the week ending July 1,
were valued al only $1,757,283 iu currency.
Wool.—The assessors of revenue have re
ported to the Department of Agriculture 1,-
704 woolen factories in operation in the Uni
ted States. Os this number, which has in
creased rapidly of late, only 746 have report
ed the total number of pounds of wool used
during the year by them, being 118,729, 600.
The present crop of wool slightly * exceeds
95.000,000 pound,s thus showing conclusive
ly that the demand for this product far ex
ceeds the supply.
CnicAoo Markets — Chicago, July 3d.—
Flour dull. Wheat quiet 2 1-2 demand alto
gether speculative; declined 2 1-2 a. 73c. ;
sale 9 at ; sl.ol a51.03, closing at $1.02 for No.
1, and at, 87c. a 88c. for No. 2. Corn steady;
sales at 53 1-2 c. a 53c. for No 1, and 51c. a
51 l-2c. tor No. 2. Oats quiet, at 43 l-4c.
a 44c. Provisions dull. High wines inac
tive. Freights firm; corn 7c. to Buffalo.
Receipts—l,6oo bbls. flour, 53,000 busli,
wfieat, i37,000 bush, com, 63,000 bush. oats.
Shipments—4s,oso bbls. flour, 194.000 bush,
com, 35,000 bush. oats.
Cincinnati! Market—Cincinnatti, July 3.
—Business dull. Whiskey, $2.03. Provis
ions firm. Lard, 18 l-2e.
Liverpool Cotton Market —The brokers’
The sales of cotton for the week reach
142,000 bales, including 46,000 bales to spec
ulators and 30,000 .bales to exporters. Tbe
market opened excited, and an advance has
taken place of 1 3 -4d. to 2d. per pound for
American, and 1 l-2d to 3d. per pound for
other descriptions. The sales on Friday
were 15,000 bales, the market closing more
quiet but firm, at unchanged quotations :
Middling Orleans, 20d; Middling Uplands,
19 l-2d: Middling Texas, 19 3-4d. The
stock in port amounts to 277,000 bales, in
cluding 29,500 bales of American.
Latest Foreign Commercial. —Liverpool,
Saturday evening, June 24.—Cotton—The
sales to-day foot up 15,000 bales, including
8,000 bales to speculators and exporters. The
market closes firm at unehanced quotations
Breadstuffs—The market is "dull. Provis
ions—The market is dull. London, June
23, evening.—Consols closed a* 89 3-4 to
89 7-8 for money. American Stocks—lllinois
Central R R., 83 1-4 to 83 3-4; Erie R. R.,
53; U. S. five-twenties, 70 3-4 to 71. Bom
bay, June 16.—Cotton advanced; Exchange,
2s; Freights unchanged. Calcutta, June
15,—The prospects of the iudigo crop are
good; Exchange, 2s. Canton, May 25.
Cotton goods declining; Exchange, 49. 4d.
Shanghae, May 23.—Nothing doing in tea or
silk. Melbourne, May 25.—The gold ship
ments since the last mail reach 62,700
The friends and acquaintance of Mr John T. Villa
longa, and of Dr J. It. Cheeves and Mrs. Langdon
Cheves, are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral
of Mr. GEORGE ALLEN WARDLAW, son of Judge
Wardlaw, of Abbeville, S. C., from the residence of the
former, cor. ol Bull and Taylor streets, This Dar at 4
The Only Remedy.
Those who suffer from foul breath are open to tbe
charge of carelessness. It is an offence that can be
speedily abated, as a single bottle of the Fragrant So
rooON * will unmistakably accomplish the work. No toi
let tabic should be without it. It wiii preserve end
keep the teeth white and the breath pure and sweet.
Soid by Druggists and Perfumers.
/GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY,
The Regular Monthly Meeting of the Georgia His
torical Society wilt be held To-night, (Monday; July 10.
jjrlQ 1 Recording Secretary.
OFFICE POST COMMISSARY, >
, . _ , Ga., July 10, 1665 /
Sealed Proposals to famish this Post with eight
tnousaud pounds of Fresh Beef per week for three
months, commencing Aug. Ist, and ending Nov. Ist,
W rl rece * V(i d at this office until July 20. 18U5
The Beef to be furnished tri weekly, ana of good
quality, dressed, excluding nocks and shanks.
Persons ranking proposals will s*te the average
“;t weight, quality, etc., of the Beef Proposals to
be opened in public July iiflth, and subject to tne an
proval of the Commissary Genersl. v
. N - H - OGLESBEE,
J- Vl ° Ju t Capt and Post Commissary.
E W GOODS
PER STEAMER AMERICA.
1( 0 pieces Light Park and Mahogany Calicos,
line Black French Cloth ami Oiwsimere
Uii’d 4 K)fl and Scotch Diapers,
Wnaa Duwusk, Huckaback Towels
\\ hite Brllliantes und Traveling Dross Goods''
UentH Hud Boy’s New Style Sort Hat«
Ladies' and Gents' L. C. Handkerchief.
Jaconets, Nainsooks and Swiss Muslin/
Linen Collars and Setts,
Black and fancy Fans,
And a gieat variety of Small Wares, f, r
Jyld ‘ 6t hi WITT 4 MORGAN.
MEADQ’HS DISTRICT OF Ka VANN AH, »
Sava-vxah, Ga„ July 7,1804 )
So. 4s. | a,
•*■*« » * « ,
11. Surgnoii J. L. Soow. li3d New York Volunteers
la hereby Jet ailed as H-.ilth Officer of line District, ana
will at once enter upon the duties of that office He
will be obeyed and respected accordingly.
By command of
Brevet Maj. Gen BIIiGE
J B. Babcock Major and A. A. A O.
HKAIiq’RS DISTRICT SAVANNAH, i J
Savannah. «a„ JulyO, 1565./gj
Gt.no; m. Obufe. it
No. 47. f
I. Lt. Col. A. Neaile, IC>th N. Y. Vols., havin? been
assigned to other duties i#y Department Headquarters,
is relieved from duty as Collector oi Military Taxes and
Reliet Commissioner *
• II ( apt J. S. Cooke, SGth Massachusetts VolOnteers
is appointed Collector of Military Taxes ana Heliei
Commissioner, and will ut ouee relieve Lt. Colonel A
Neaiie, 136th N. Y. Vois., in the duties of that olilo •
By command of
Brevet Major Gen. BIBGE,
j. B. Babcock Mnj. and a a A. G.
rpu COTTON SHIPPERS. 4
ON THE CORNER OF JEFFERSON & BAY STS.
For the purpose of
SHIPPING COTTON FOR THfe PUBLIC,
at mu *
LOWEST RAT ES,
FURNISHING INK, Ac.
Proposals wiii be received, separate or together, for
the rawing of the steamer SWA. \, where she
near Screven’s Ferry, and delivery ut the whaf in this
city. And for the rebuilding the wood work, and put
ting np the engines. Particulars will be made known
on application to
M. A. COHEN, Agent.
if 11 At Home Insurance Company Office.
JpRESH LEMON SIRUP
Warranted superior to any in market.
For sale by
liOBT. H. TATEM, DruggiM,
jy3-3 cor, Jefferson and McDonough at*.
Q S. BUNDY,
AND ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No. 247 F Street, Between 13m and lira Streets.
(Near Pay Department j
WASHINGTON, D C
QHAMPION ‘BRICK MACHINE?
The proprietors of this recent Patent for the mann
facture of Brick are prepared 10 dispose of Machine*
and rights to nse the eume. This Machine is simple
ot construction; does not readily get out oi repair
has immense power; makes the buck square ana -01
id; can be worked with a single horse causes little
delay for removim- stones ■ will make from twenty
thirty-live thousand bricks per >dav Circulars
wilh lull particulars, for warded on application to
BRADFORD A RENICK,
The undersigned has now in store, and for sale,
60,000 choice Segars,
300 boxes Family Soap,
And a general assortment of Family Groceries, AU
who desire to secure bargains will do well to Cali
* A LEFFLER,
Nortii west corner Broughton and Barnard sts
f J'HE NEW SKIRT FOR 13C5.
“BRADLEY’S DUPLEX ELLIPTIC.”
tTei'-nr V’. r( , ud Advertisement fn the Savannah
niomiiiL. n “ Ita ‘ I 3articiUar . B every Saturday
r° rmng jyG JltivrSm
35 00~™ 11 ~
Oi best quality, soxcS per iioaai yard-
For sale by
‘ ulS Cm FOWLE & CO.
J R. SOLOMONS, M. i) ~ "
afissstesS 1 *■ •*» “ toa.
Rooms at fir Clark’S office, Congress street
References.—p r . Jas. ‘
Dl. JcHLiit jlAiiEi:i,
Hod. Soi.o;jioN C6hk:«,
-•»■» « KsSSffc 1 ;
our'Bakery att fP tio “ of tha POhllc to
A * Conhicnotiery Establishment in Sam
8 Building at Beaufort, at which we a'-c
warming promp L y to fii * arj y orders whicli may be for
to ,«* Special attention is paid to the
aiKtl?W cnul Nietos, Fancy Confectionery,
Feh f?? nt Paßtl >* lor holiday or.' estiva) tables
McManus * Murray.
L. JONES, ~
SHIPITNG AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Ao 17 Broadway, Sri? York,
■SfSISJT"” •« Cos
A f GAJIMELL,
Agents Pioneer Line Steamship*.
p , . • k 4 Bay ritrewT'Savannan
Reference In New York—
Messrs. Scokkokd, Tileston & Cos
UNITED STATER CUSTOM HOUSE, »
Thekev.of rho m Savannah, July C, 16(iE j
and other e3 ’ wato r* lhe Scal «« a »‘d Weighty
Any oerTon i ttre 'rwn this building.-
clejwin Dleasp'odvo hjiowledge of the aforeeaidurti
and ivin^.I 6 n, - ormntlon ,0 the undersigned,
them l ' *hem m possession will please return
inls ~ WYLLY WGODBKIDGE,