The Savannah Daily Herald.
S. W. it am>m & o»>., w Proprietors.
Samuel W. MaW.’l Editor.
nAVANNAH, WEDNESDAY, JL'LT 15,1^05.
FOU LOCAL JI.iTTLRS SEt. THIRD PAGE.
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at night. We adhere to sour advertised rates except,
lor Lug advertlsi m.-iits, nr those Inserted f«r s long
time, on which a reasonable discount will he mad*.
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W£ often have complaints from residents of Savan
nah aud Hilton Head th t they are not able always to
obtain the V J The cemand is sometimes so
great as to ei jflest an Edition very so.n afer its issue,
and those »ho wi-h to have the Herald regularly,
should subscribe for it. We have faithful c.u iiers in
Savannah aud at Hilton Head, and through them we
always serve regul tr sub -criuers first.
, FREE UEADIXG itOuM.
For the convenience of our patrons and
the pub ie generally, we have assigned a r< om
Iu tne r> ar oi out counting room, 111 Bay
stre i, to the puiposea of a free .Beading
B >om. In it we keep on file the latest pa
?er* from ti.e North, the interior of G orgia,
'I rida, Hilton Head, Charleston and eLe
wlit-re. We invite the public to use this
r n,m, and are sure that tlrev wiii ahvay-t find
there a larger Collection of papers of late
date than anywhere else in Savannah.
CAN A GOVERNMENT PAPER CUR
REtCT BE JI UNTAIVKD AT A PAR
Value with gold wiihoot con-
It has been received as an anxiora of cur
rency that convertibility is essential to the
maintenance of the value of paper inouey on
a par with that which it professes to repre
sent, i e specie. We believe that this propo
sidou ha- been too hastily admitted. As re
gards even Bank notes their value has beetr
maintained, not only* at a par with specie,
but at a premium during one portion oi the
period of tbe su-pension in. 1797, of specie
paymeuts by the Bank of England. Mr.
McCall »ch states iu his Commercial Diction
ary, that for the three first years after the
suspension, the id-mesofthoßnikof E igland
were so moderate that they not ouly kept on
a par with gold, bit actually bore a small
This sliows that the des’deratum in paper
currency, is some principle ol limitation by
which its quantity would never exceed the
quantity of gold or silver that would have
circulated it it had not been employed as a
substitute. The defect of the system of spe
cie payments, is that it begins to operate
after the mischief has been some time in pro
gress-after banks have lost more or less of
■ their specie, and credit has become injuri
ously contracted. What is required is a sys
tem of preventive checks.
Among these may be classed the prohibition
of banks making more than a certain rate of
dividend among their stockholders, regula
ting the proportion of specie to paper; limi
ting the amount of issues, or giving security
for the issues, with a variety of other expe
dients, legislative aud administrative, all of
which have proved ineffective. The most
efficient check against t ie abuse of banking
ba9 been compelling corporations to give se
curity for tbeir issues by depositing with the
Chief fiscal officer of the State, a certain
amount of public securities iu the ratio of
their circulation. This, however, affords a
guarantee against discredit rather thau excess,
of paper money.
These remarks are exclusively applicable
to Bank notes. A governmeDt paper curren
cy stands on a different footing. A principle
•of limitation maybe found in ifs revenue
system—in Its receipts and disbursements.
If It issues no more paper money than equals
its amount of taxation, receiving this money
in payment of taxes, and rnakiug the receipts
and disbursements as nearly as possible co
incident in time—it would be impossible that
a government paper money could he issued
Congress has prohibited a larger emission
of gtaen backs than $300,000,000. The rev
enue from all sources iu 1857 is estimated at
$300,000,000; the expenditure at the same
amount, for interest of debt, and current ex
penses. If the taxes are made receivable
semi-annually, aud the disbursements made
at the same time the coincidence to which we
have alluded, will have been attained-
The public Treasury is both payer and
payee—it receives with one baud what it
pays with the other. The only difficulty is
to make its payments aud receipts corres
pond in time and amount. It will be per
ceived at once that if the goveinment can
keep iu circulation an equal amount with its
taxes, the expense of coin would be avoided;
to the extent of the amount of paper money
it would be able to keep in circulation. Let
us suppose that the revenue received tor in
ternal duties to be $200,000,000, and for du
ties ou imports iu coin, as at presrnt, SIOO,-
000,000 more. If the annual expenditure is
$300,000,000, aud the internal dutit s are pay*
able semi-anuuaily, the government would
have to provide a sum equal to the semi-an
nual receipts from these duties before they
come into the Treasury— 9ay $100,000,000,
which would be precisely equal to its expen
diture. Tue only change required would be
that the payments for internal duties should
be semi-annually instead of annually, as at
Here then would be a principle of limita
tion, tuat while it would preserve the foreign
exchanges regular, as far as they depended
on the state of the currency would
avoid those fluctuations of prices that pro
duce so much general derangement of values,
when resort is had to paper money. The de-,
tails of such a plan, combining a government
paper with the fiscal system of the Union,
would require some share of practical expe
rience. The direct advantage would be, Ist,
Saving the necessity of importing specie to
the extent that we could employ paper as a
substitute for coin. If we suppose that by
this economy we could avoid importing one
hundred millions in gold, the annual interest
on that sum, at six per cent per annum, would
be six millions; but 2dly, it would produce
a certain symmetry between the system of
the National Banks and the fiscal action of
the government, preventing them from over
stepping the legal limit of their issues. They
could issue no more currency than could be
absorbed by the expenditure of the govern
ment, provided that three hundred millions
would be sufficient for that expenditure and
the geneial business of the country. As just
iirevious to the war the circulation of all the
banks amounted to about two hundred mil
lions, we conclude that three hundred mil
lions could be absorbed by the number of
exchanges and internal circulation of the
country, and keep our money on a due level
■f value with that of oiiier countries.
Tnere is no reason ou principle or theory
.vhy the nation should not derive the benfit
of a paper currency, instead of corporations,
if the object can be secured without the
risks attendant upon the employment of pa
per money and with a due regard to public
economy. a favorite scheme of Mr.
Ricardo, whose views of money were emi
nently practical. %*
THE NEGRO VOTE.
The New York Daily News, in an article
upon this subject, appears to take the view
that the enfranchisement of the negroes is a
foregone conclusion, and thus counsels the
•South as to what it should do next, It says,
“the South must learn to use the weapons
that have been used against it; and the first
advantage to be gained is the conversion of
the negro population Luto an element of po
“The manufacturers of New Eugland, who
have not hesitated to realize pecuniary profit
irom civil striio upon contracts for military
supplies, have beeu sagacious enough to em
ploy their dependents as instruments of po
litical supremacy AtJ every election where
their interests were in question, they march
ed the employees in their factories in solid
phaluiix to the polls, never scrupling tQ make
uie relations between capital and labor avail
able to control the exercise of the elective
.ranebise among those who depended more
or le.-s upon their volition for daily bread
tor themselves aud families. This agency of
political power has hitherto been withheld
irom the southern people by the peculia na
ture of their industrial sy.-tem; it is now
within tbeir grasp. Will they permit a fatal
pride, a prejudice, a weak deference to caste,
to stand in the way of their resumption of
political equality, perhaps of political su
premacy? We have no fear of that.”
The only question, then, to be solved, is
whether the Southern whites can control the
negro vote in opposition to Northern Influ
ence. Are the native Southerners able to
meet and defeat the Northern abolitionists in
the contest for the political possession of the
black, race ? It would seem, indeed, that the
Southerners possess great advantages through
-heir social relations with the negroes and
their familiarity with the negro character. If,
then, says the News, “they have faith in
their power to direct the political organiza
tion ot tire blacks, their first step should be
to put a ballot into the hands of every adult
uegro, trusting to their own sagacity and
natural advantages to render that ballot the
servant of their wishes and of their interests.
It is a simple question of policy, and as such
we have suggested the consideration to the
.-southern people. For the sake of the su
premacy of democratic doctrines, we desire
mat every element of democratic strength
shall be brought into the field. It is a matter
tor tue late slaveholding States to act upon;
aud we would have them decide in accord
ance with their own conception of what is
oest lor themselves and for the democracy."
The first sale of tobacco in Richmond
since the re-opening of trade, took place at
“Seabrook a” on the 30th ult.——The State
war deb£ of each individual in Massachuset ts
is iu a ratio to his property as $lO to $810.25.
—Maximilian receptly celebrated tho first
anniversary of his landing on Mexican soil——
The situation of the Juarists in Mexico is
said to be extremely critical.——lt is denied
that Charles S. Faulkner, of Va., has been
pardoned.—The author of the fearful Rox
bury tragedy, by which two children were
murdered has not yet been apprehended.—
The crops in Indiana are larger this season
than for manyjears back.—-Four steers and
eleven sheep were killed by one stroke of
lightning recently in Massachusetts.—'The
Augusta city change bills are bringing 90 cts.
i<n tne dollar.—Major General J. D. Web
star, late Chief of Staff to Gen. Sherman is to
inspect Southern railroads with a view to in
creasing mail facilities,-*—A jeweller in Au
gusta offers to do work for ex-confederate
soldiers without charge;—A book of sol
dier*’ letters has been collected and publish
ed in New York by the Sanitary Commis
“Southern Christian Advocate.’’— Bishop
Pierce suggests that, lor the sake ot avoid
ing offence, the name of this paper be chang
ed. Tne editor objects to giving up a name
conferred by the General Conference twenty
eight years ago, and dear to our people—aud
wo tiunk he is about right— Augusta Tran
A rascally bachelor calls the friendship
of two women always a plot against a third.
ONE DAI LATER NEWS.
THE SEATFAfES OF THE CONSPIRATORS.
Now York Dates of tlie 7th.
(Special Correspondence of the Savannah Herald.}
Hilton Head, July 11, 1865.
By the arrival of a naval steamer at this
place, New York dates of July 7th are re
A despatch from Washington, July 6th,
In accordance with the findings and sen
tences of the Military Commission which
President Johnson approved yesterday, Da
vid E. Harold, Lewis Payne, Mrs. Mary E.
Surratt and Geo. A. Atzerodt are to be bang
ed to-morrow by the proper military autori
Dr. Mudd, Sam. Arnold and O'Laughlin
are to be imprisoned for life.
Spangler is sentenced to six years Impris
onment at hard labor in the penitentiary in
Jli. 1 .I” HIWB.L-LLL'-J-J- I'Ll l”gLl—LdJ
A black and white Pointer BITCH. An
swers to the name of ‘Bess.” Any person restoring her
to her ownei, at Dr Arnold's, corner of State ana Ab
erqom streets, will be liberally rewarded.
Owners of Dogs can procure Muzzles for tbeir anl
mats of Edward G. McNicheb, Harness Maker, two
doors west of the Dog Pound, St. Julian street, Lin
vllle’s Foundry. Harness repaired. jyX2-lt
FOR NEW YORK.
The U, S. Mall Steamship NEVADA, Capt. Carpen
ter, having new and superior accommodations, will
leave for tne above port on SATURDAY. 10th Inst.
For Freight or Passage apply to
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN & CO,
LINE SAILING VESSELS.
COTTON FOR NEW YDRK
The fine Ship CARAVAN, Capt. Jas. Lawler, Is now
receiving Frefghi for New York, and will clear on
THURSDAY, July 20th.
Steerage Passage sls
Parties wishing to forward merchandise must apply
soon, 03 a large part of her cargo is already engaged.
CHAS. L. COLBY.
Jyl2 Cor. Bay and Abereorh sts.
200 bbls. Extra Familv FLOUR.
Slackey. hogg & co.
I Jyl2-3t , No. 2 Stoddard’s Block,
rpo RENT, UNTIL NOVEMBER ~~
OFFICE AND* WAREHOUSES.
No. 2 STODDARD’S BLOCK,
Possession given immediately. Apply on the prem
For 37 package* Merchandise, arrived by Steamship
America, marked J. M. fin a diamond] care D. M
Jyl2-2t BRIoiHAM, BALDWIN & CO,
In alllcinds of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS an® PRODUCE,
West W asbingtox Ma»£W,
Opposite 143 West st., Bulkhead between Barclay and
Potatoes, Applen and Onions constantly on hand, and
put up for the Southern market
All consignments promptly atftenkcd to.
EST* Refers to A. L. Bradley* A. Haywood, T. J.
Walsh, and J. H. parsons.
3yl2 * eodly
Q.ADEN & UNCKLES.
Comma or Bat an® Barnas® Sieesis,
Have just received a large St«ck of GOODS, con.
Extra Family FLOUR,
80 bale* BAGGING,
730 coUs R'.’PE,
And a general assortment of
BOOTS and SHOES,
CAPS, *c., Ac.,
Which they offer at thq iofrest market rates.
W ISAM} D. LaBOCHK
at rWATE bale,
28 bbls. extra PRIME PORK.
20 obis. MESS BEEF, .
20 boxes SOAP,
10 bbls. SIRUP,
200 sacks OATS,
100 sacks CORN,
25 bbls. GIN;
20 bbls. GRIST,
20 bbls. MEaL, jyl2-5
gSf: - ”
too Saqks Liverpool SALT in store and for sale by
jyl2-2w Cor. Bay and Whitaker ets,^
SALE, TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT. AM
5 bbls. Pare Copper Distilled BOURBON WHTsI
KEY. Apply by letter.
Da. WM. ROBINSON,
, 0 , 171 Congress street,
Jyll Savannah, Ga.
I would inform the pabllc that I have resumed-the
In this city, at my old stand, corner of St. Julien and
Barnard streets, (entrance Brown’s Photograph Gal
lery.; where 1 am pi epared to perform all operations
pertaining to my profession.
JyU-lmo W. JOHNSON, D D. &
HEADQ’RS DEPARTMENT OF THE SOUTH,)
Hilton Head, 8. C., July 3,1865. f
General Order, \
NO. 10S. f
The following Circulars from the War Department
are published for the information of this command:
WAR DEPARTMENT, j
Adjutant General’s Office. >
Washington, May 16, 1865. )
No. 19. /
L Under Paragraph TIT, General Orders, No. 94,
May 16. current series, from this Office, the following
State Rendezvous, to which troops mustered out will
be forwarded for payment, are viz:
Maine—Augusta, Portland and Bangor.
New Hampshire- -Concord and Manchester.
Vermont—Montpelier, Brattleboro and Burlington.
Massachusetts —Boston, (Headvllle and GaHoupe’s
Connecticut—Hartford and New Haven.
New York—New York City. (Hart’s Island,} Alba
ny, Elmira, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Sackett’s
Ha bor, Plattsbarg. and OgdensDurg.
Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, and Pittsburg.
Maryland—Baltimore and Frederick.
Ohio—Cincinnati, (Camp Dennison,; Cleveland,
(Camp Cleveland,; Columbus, (Camp Chase and Tou
Illinois—Springfield and Chicago.
Michigan—Detroit and Jackson.
Wisconsin —Madison and Milwaukee.
lowa —Davenport and Clinton.
Kansas—Lawrence aud Leavenworth,
ML-souri—St. Louis, (Benton Barracks',
Kentucky—Louisville. Lexington and Covington
11. When the muster-out roll of a regiment has
been completed, and it is ready to start for tne State,
(see Paragrhph 6. General Orders, No. 94, current se
ries, Adjutant General’s Office,} the Assistant Com
missary of Musters for the Division to which it be
longed will immediately report (by telegram, when
practicable,) to the Paymaster General of the Army,
Washington, D. C., its numerical designation, number
of commissioned officers, number of enlisted men, and
rendezvous iu the Stale where ordered for payment
and dual discharge.
By order of the Secretary of War:
E. D. TOWNSEND,
Ass’t Adjt. General.
WAR DEPARTMENT, 1
Adjutant General’s Office, >
Washington, Jflue 5,1565. j
No. 23. /
Volunteer soldiers entitled to discharge, and wishing
to enlist in the Regular Army, uuder the terms of Gen
eral Orders, No. 99. current series, will be forthv lth
mustered out at their several commands, receive their
discharges, and will not be sent to rendezvous under
the provisions of General Orders No. U 4, current se
ries; but on enlistment In the Regular Army will re
ceive final payments uiMer the requirements of Para
griph S General Orders No. 99, current series.
The attention of Commanding Officers of regiments,
batteries and detached commands of the Regular Army
is called to the immediate necessity of appointing Re
cruiting Officers for their several commands, in order
to obtain the advantages of General Orders, No. 99,
current seiles. In designating these officers, Com
manding officer* will be governed by the requirements
of Paragraps 956 aud 957, aud 938, Revised Regula
tlons for the Army, governing Regimental Recruiting
E. D. TOWNSEND,
Ass’t Adj’t General
By Command of
Major General Q, A. GILLMORE,
W. L. M. Bcboeh,
Ass’t Adj’t Gen.
J. B. Babcock, A. A. A. G. jyl2 7
HEADQ’RS DEPARTMENT OF THE SOUTH,)
Hilton Head, S. C., July 6,1865. /
General Orders )
No. 110. t
The following General Order an® Memorandum
from the War Department are published for the infor
mation of this command:
* ADJUTANT GENERAL’S OFFICER
Washington, June 12, 1365. f
“ The telegram of May 30, from this office, applies
only to men who were at its date returned prisoners cf
war. Men who have been prisoners of war and re
turned to duty with their commands before tbs 30th of
May are not included. '
By order of the Secretary of War :
Ass’t Adj’t Gen.
WAR DEPARTMENT, V
Adjutant General’s Office, > .
Washington, June 29, j
No. 119. “ /
Penalties ros neglect o? dctt and disobewemce or
ORDEKS ON Tilt Poet or commissioned officers vs
, CHARGE or TROOPS ABOUT TO BE OISO®ARSE® TUB
In many instances delays have resulted in paying
mustered out troops, in consequence of regimental and
company officers allowing their men to disband, in
violatio.ii of orders, prior to their commands being re
ported for payment and final discharge to 'he Chiet
Mustering Officer or his Assistant, after arrival at the
designated State Rendezvous. Iu other cases there
has been deluy from com- any and regimental officers
neglecting to furnish full data relative to the enlisted
men, thus rendering the muster-out rolls imperfect,
and necessitating corrections.
With the arrangements of the War Department, as
now completed, there need be no delay, and conse
quently no hardship or inconvenience to the enlisted
men, if full data for the rolls be furnished in the field,
and, if after arrival in their respective States, as well
as during transit thereto, commissioned officers look
closely after the comfort end interests of their men,
and remain constantly with them, so as to enforce or
ders and control them.
lt Is therefore Ordered
That Chief Mustering Officers, and their assistants,
report by telegram the names of all neglectful officers,
with the charges against them, to the Adjutant Gen
eral of the Army, (witnbplding in the meantime their
flual payments «nd honorable discharges,; with a view
to iheir summary and dishonorable dismissal irom the
service with forfeiture of all pay. The report, by tele
graph, wiii bi sent promptly upon eases of neglect be
ing brought to notice, and at tne same time the facts
in full will be reported by mail.
Governors of States are requested to report delin
quencies coming t„ their notice, to the Chief Mufltcr
tug officer of the State, and to the Adjutant General
of the Army, so that a prompt remedy may be ap
By order of the Secretary of War:
E. D. TOWNSEND;
_ _ . „ Ass’t Aoj’t Gen.
By Command of
Major General Q. A. GILLMORE.
Vv. L. M. Burger.
Official: Ass’t Adj’t Gen.
J. B. Babcock, A. A, A. G. jylg-7
| C. NORVELL * CO.
(Cor. Bull and Bay Streets, j
&BE CLOSING OUT THE BALANCE
IMMENSE SUMMER STOCK,
NEW ’YOKE COST.
■jfKWIS L. JONES, •
SIDPriNQ AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No 17 Broadway, New York.
Liberal advances on Shipments to above Coastal,
‘.meat, made by
HUNTER & GAMMELL,
Agents Pioneer Line Steamships.
, St Bay Street, Savannah.
Reference in New York—
Messrs. Srorroan, Tiuston & Cos
J B. SOLOMONS, M! D.
«2sss«Kaf *• <*« 2k »*« <•»«
Rooms at for. Clark's office, Congress street
Reiereuces—Dr. Jas. b Ttv.n,
Dr. Jchuh Buittsis,
Hon. Solomon Cos hen,
. „ W. N. liAt £iq f>
“ A. A. Solomons & Cos.,
HEADQ’RS. POST OF S V VANN AH.)
Savannah, Ga., July 12ih, 1-63. j
General* Order, 1
No. 11. f
The following ’General Orders, Nc s. 4 and 16, from
Heaoauartert Post of Savannah, are heasby puo ishei
for tWt information and guidance of all Concerned.
HEADQ’RS U. S. FORCES, )
Savannah, Ga.; Jan. 24, 1365.}
No. 4. / .
I. All Officers of the Army on duty at this Post;
those connected with Depots excepted, and all citi.
zeus within the lines, are required to report imtnegi.
alely any case of contagious dise S3 which may come
to their knowledge, to Surgeon J. C. Morg in, If. ».
Vols., Health Officer of the Tost, unlese the same m; y
have beeu po reported before.
Any neglect or failure on the part of any citizen to
comply promptly with this requirement will beconsid
essd a misdemeanor and ba sent before the T. o
vost Judge for adjudication.
IL Commanding Officers of troops in quarters will
-be held responsible that the quarters of their t oops
are at all times in a thorough state of police.
By Command of Maj. Gen. C. GROVER,
Edward G. Dike, A. A. G.
HEADQ’RS U. S. FORCES, )
Savannah, Ga., Feb. 21, ISO* /
No. 16. /
I. The occupants of buildings will be held respon
sible for the cleanliness of the same, as well a* their
cellars and out-houses, and sidewalks in front of, and
alleys adjacent to them. All rubbisn aud g ird: gj
which accumulates, will each day be put in boxes in a
convenient place for removal.
I\ Keepers of animals will canse th<* manure which
accumulates in their stables or yards where their an",
male are kept, to be either removed outside the picket
lines, or to be distributed upon such gardens wlihiu
the lines as are actually unde - culiivation, such aistri*
butiou being at the consent of the culnvat r.
111. l'htf Street Commissioner will establish snch
regulations with regard to the removal of accurna a
tions from the city, as he mav see fit. He Is u.so
charged with the duty of causing frequent and careful
Inspection to be made o"the p dice o. the city, and he
will report to the Fiovost Judge any failure t<> Comply
with the foregoing paragraphs of this order, wh • will
take such act.cn in the case as the ciicumst aces re
By Comm nd of Brevet Maj. Gen. C. GROVLB.
Edward G. Dike, A. A. A. G.
By Command of
Brevet Brigadier General D Mfl3.
John Mcllen, A. A. A. G. jyl *7
HEADQ’RS DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH, ) •
Savannah, Ga., July 7,186%/
No. 48. /
n. Surgeon J. L. Snow, 163d New York Volunteers,,
is hereby detailed as Health Offioerof this District, and
will at once enter upon the duties of that oitice. He
will be obeyed and respected accordingly;
By command of
Brevet Maj. Gen. SIRGK
J. B. Babcocc, Major and A. A. A G. ™
HEADQ’RS DISTRICT SAVANNAH, )
Savannah, Ua., July 6,1805./
No. 47. /
I. Lt. Col. A. Neafle,,l6oth N. Y. Vols,, having been
assigned to other duties by Department Hi adquarters.
Is relieved from duty as Collector of MUitaiy Taxes and
II Capt. J S. Cooke, 2Ctli Massachusetts Volunteers.
Is appointed Collector of Military 'l azes anti Belief
Comm sslouer, and will at ouee relieve Lt Colonel A.
Neafle, 156th N. Y. Vols., in the duties oi that office.
By command of
* Brevet Major Gen. BIRGE.
J. B. Badooox, Maj. and A. A. A. G.
rpj COTTUN SUXFFfiRS.
OS THE CORNER OF JEFFEB3ON & BAY STS.
. • For Urn purpose of
r EE-PACKING, .
SHIPPING- COTTON FOR .TEE PUBLIC,
* ♦ AJ Ti?t T
FURNISHING INK. &Q.
be receivcd - karate or together, for
the raising of the steamer SVVa.>, where she n..w lies,
ckv F S And'rnr l |f elT K delivorv at vhaf iu this
n ~,,f oTl? e rebo , Wmg the wood work, and pui
onippP Uca t iS eß - 1 artlculai ' B wIU b 0 made
ivT r *» ti M. A. COHEN, Agent.
.- 1 - At Home lasurampe Office.
Q S. BUNDY, '
AND ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
Na 247 F Street, Bzrwito 13xh am® Hxn SraLsro,
(Near Pay Department,}
WASR-INGToN, and. c
• Jtt3o tr ‘
01 thlfl r,cent PatßCt f <* r the manu
facture of Brick are prepared to dispose of Alncniues.
ana rights to nse the same. Thia Machine isa’innle
of con traction; does not readily' JaSTt\>f
id DBe the back square eoP
horse cause* litt.a
Uvafo f thim m fl, V^fi Uone lvA vlll make f ‘'°» twenty.
tLTfVr.,II i'^ ve . tn * u 3a®d bricks per day; Circulars,
witn full partiwiWu, forwarded ou application to
71 Broadway, New York.
JPAMILY GEOtSRIEs! 1
TW undersigned has now in store, and for sale,
60,0 ochoice Segare,'
300 boxes Family Soap,
And a general assortment of Fa oily Groceries. All
who desire to secure bargains wlil 'do well to call
Northwest corner Broughton and Barnard sts.
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“ BRADLEY’S DIjTPLpXj ELLIPTIC.”
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superior to uii others.
Don’t fail to read the advertis talent In the Savanrah ’
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3500 TUHS '
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