L 0 € ALM A TTER 8.
Thk U. S. Grant —The additional repairs
on this steamer have been completed, and
she will resume her trips on the Hilton Head
line to-day, leaving here at 10 o’clock.
Gen Bkasnon, a notice of whose arrival is
given in another column, is stopping at the
Pulaski House. He is accompanied by Capt.
YV A. Coultee, A. A. G., the only staff of
ficer with him.
Killed by Lightning. —lt was a member of
the 24th lowa, and not of the 48th lowa, who
was killed by lightning on Thursday. His
name was Moore, and he belonged to Com
Soldier Shot for Insubordination. —We
are informed that a colored soldier of the
103d U. S. C. TANARUS., was yesterday noon shot
dead by one of his officers for insubordina
Personal.— The friends of Major J. B.
Lockwood, Paymaster, are glad to see him
back in Savannah. On reaching Hilton Head
he found it necessary to delay his departure
for the North for a few days.
Troops To Be Paid Off.— Maj. J. W. Bal
lard, and his assistant, A. W. Ballard, arrived
[in this city from Hilton Head Thursday
[evening last in the steamer Loyalist. Major
Ballard will proceed immediately to Augusta
ato pay off the 17Gth New York Volunteers,
khout $50,000 will be disbursed on this oc
Steamer Oak. —About one week hence this
teamer will arrive from Hawkinsville, Pul
ski county, Ga. The Oak has had such re
tairs made on her as to suit her for a freight
oat. Since the war she has been lying at
law kins ville, occasionally plying between
hat place and Doctortown. Capt. Marshall
i in command, and Capt. Skiun«r has made
11 the necessary repairs.
Arrival of the Brio Mary Cobb.— This
essel which had been looked for with much
nxiety by parties having goods on board,
rrived yesterday afternoon from Hilton
lead. The brig arrived at Hilton Head
bout two weeks since, and after discharging
argo at that point, proceeded to Beaufort,
Kid there remained nearly' one week dis
fcarging. The goods for Savannah could
lot be forwarded from Hilton Head, as a
■litable vessel;could not be chartered.
■ The Exhibition of the School of the
Bisters of Mercy.— St. Andrew’s Hall was
■lied to repletion yesterday afternoon by
Bie friends of the School of the Sisters of
Blercy. A long and excellent programme
Iras performed in a manner that called forth
the frequent and hearty applause of the audi
ence, and held their close attention to the
»nd. The exercises displayed much talent
■d application to study on the part of the
■oung ladies, and faithful and skillful instruc-
Bon on the part of the teachers. Where all
■as so uniformly pleasing, it would seem in
■dious to particularize any performance.—
Both scholars and instructresses are to be
I jngratulated on the success of their very
B ’editable exhibition.
fl Arrival of the Steamer Standish. —On
■ e Ist instant this steamer, under the cow-
I and of Capt. Moore, departed from Savan
■li for Augusta, at 11 o’clock A. M. She
Hd quite an eventful trip. At sunset, made
at Ebcnezcr, iu Effingham county, forty
Bles from Savannah. At 3 o’clock ou the
■Dining of the 2d, she got under way and
■oceeded to Briar Creek; at 4 o’clock on
He morning of the 3d, got under way, and at
■A. M. passed the Nantasket, bound down,
Hur miles below Madison’9 Bluff; at sunset,
He made fast at Hancock’s Landing; on the
aßli inst., left Hancock’s Landing; at 9 A. M.
He got aground thirty miles below Augusta;
Hll A. M. she got off, a few minutes after
Hounded again, and at noon steamer Ama-
H n hauled her off; at GP. M. she got aground
P Brigg’s Bar, eight miles below Augusta.—
discharged cargo at this point, and lay
agfound until the 10th instant, when the
Athazon hauled her off. Proceeded to
Blue House Bar, and there lay until the
taorniug of the 12th; at an ea r ly hour got
under way; 8 o’clock, a. m., grounded on
Cooney Gut Bar and lay until midnight, when
she got off. At 4 o’clock, a. m., the 13th,
got underway; at 11.15, a. m., met the
Helen one mile below the obstructions,
lijjMind up; at 2,30, p. m., passed the steam-
BpJeff. Davis at Hershman’s Lake; at 7.30
Bfm., anchored four miles below Poor Rob-
Hj making 145 miles this day; 14th, at 4, a.
H, got under way, and proceeded down the
Hrer ; arrived iu Savannah at 2, p. m. The
■lowing passengers came down on the Stan-
Hsh: Brevet Major General J. M. Brannon,
■ 8. A ; W. A. Coulter, Assistant Adjutant
U. S. A.; Capt. H. A. Darling,
■pt. Moore reports a number of barges on
Be river, laden with cotton, bound to 8a
istrict Provost Court —Hon. Eben Par
sons Jr., Judge, Presiding.
, Savannah, July 14, 1665.
Henry Bacon (colored) vs. Air. J. B. How
l-Recovery of debt; claim SSO. It sp
ring to tbe Court that the defendant is
debted to plaintiff in the sum of fifty dol-
IT ‘; to which the defendant proves an offset
fifteen dollars, it is ordered that judgment
■ entered up in favor of plaintiff in the sum
t thirty-five dollais with costs of Court, and
iat defendant pay the amount of judgment
nd costs this day.
Robert W. Slough vs. John Turner—Re
overy ot damages for property destroyed.
After an examination of evidence, the Court
consented to an amicable settlement, where
upon the defendant paid the sum of fifteen
dollars. Counsel for plaintiff, Hon. P. M.
Mary Blakeley vs. Miss Alice Hasten—
Recovery of debt; claim sls 10. Judgment
tor plaintiff in the sum of sls 10, with costs
of suit, and ordered that the same be paid
within the space of ten days.
James Feelev vs. John Feeley—Recovery
of vouchers lor S4O. Amicably settled by
cons *nt of Court. . J
Edward O’Byrne vs. Diana (colored—re
covery of premises. Case dismissed.
Hannah Roberts (colored) vs. Mrs David
Levy. Judgment for $lO. It appearing to
the Court that the defendant was prevented
from appearing in Court, through sickness,
and unrepresented by counsel at the time the
judgment was rendered in favor of plaintiff,
upon motion of George T. Turner, Esq., At
torney for defendant, it is ordered that the
case be re-opeupd and eutered upon the
docket for anew trial. After the examina
tion ot witnesses in the above case, it is order
ed that the money collected by virtue of an
order issued by the Court on the 13th inst,
and now in the Registry of this Court, be re
turned to the defeudant, and that the amount
of one dollar and twenty-five cents be paid
to plaintiff out of the money thu9 refunded.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
SAVANNAH, GA., >
Friday Evenlno, July 14, 1885.)
The extreme hot weather of the past week
has had a visible effect on all kinds of busi
ness. Heavy transactions have not been num
erous, and jobbing and retailing have tem
porarily fallen off somewhat. It is difficult
giving accurate quotations iu any line, with
out a large margin lor fluctuations. The
prospects for business of all kinds are most
gratifying, and the coming fall campaign
promises to be a lively one. Since the re
ceipt of the news from the north last Wed
nesday, announcing a considerable rise in
cotton a susceptible advance has taken place
here, amounting to about 5 cts. per lb. iu the
aggregate. Our quotations are based on the
ruling prices of cotton in good condition.
Many of the transactions are at lower figures,
according to the state the article is in. Corn
is flat, on account of an overstock. Good
corn has to compete with the damaged article
to a great extent, which keeps down
prices. The same remarks are ap
plicable, generally, in a less degree, to other
grains. Sight drafts on New York, are at
one per cent. Nothing is doing in time pa
per or Sterling Exchange.
Exchange.— During the past week a very
limited business we have to report in sight
bills on New York, the buying rat.es were at
one per cent.; selling at par. In'time bills
we have nothing to report. Sterling is dull,
holders evincing no disposition for transac
Specie. —No change iu the market; gold
we continue to quote at 30 to 35 per centum
for purchase. Brokers are selling at 40 per
Silver is ten to fifteen cents below gold.
Stocks and Bonds. —No transactions have
been made and therefore we are without
Bank Bills. —We are without additional
transactions of importance to report. We
renew our quotations of last week:
In Centralßail Road and Banking Company
of Georgia 50 cents.
Georgia Rail Road and Banking Company
Marine Bank of Savannah 40 cents.
Bauk of SavaDuab 40 cents.
Bank ot Middle Georgia (Macon) 40 cents;
other banks varying from 10 to 20 cents.
Freights —To New York by steamer, cotton,
square bales lc. per lb., round 1 l-4c. per lb.;
in sailing vessels 3-4 c. per lb.
Insurance. —No change in rates of last
week. Marine risks 1-2 to 1 percent, by
steamer; in sailing vessels l-4c. additional.
On Monday, and during the earlier part of
the week, sales were made of small lpts a*,
the quotations of the previous week. On
Wednesday, after receipt of Northern and
foreign news, holders asked an advance,
which was conceded, since which time rates
have steadily advanced. To-day the market
was quiet and prices firm at the quotations
given below. Stocks offering are light, and
the receipts were limited. In giving the quo
tations we would stale that transactions are
based strictly upon the condition of the
package. Should it not be in good shipping
order, a per centage is taken off, which, to a
great extent, interferes with accurate quota
tions. We quote as follows:
Ordinary ........ .22 a 25
Good Ordinary 30 a ..
Low Middling 33 a 35
Middling 37 a 40
Strict Middling 40 a 42
Good Middling 43 a 44
Middling Fair 40 a ..
Ska Islands.—Quite a limited business do
ing, and receipts very light.
Fine Sea Island 55 a 03
Common Second Class do 50 a's4
Saw Gin do 35 a 45
Saw Uin stained do 16 a 25
Roller Gin do do .20 a 27
Fruits.—Georgia peaches of inferior qual
ity are selling at $4 per bushel. Apples $2
Wool.—Sales of unwashed wool have been
made during tbe week at 28 to 82 cents per
Beeswax.—Sales of a retail nature are re
ported at 28 to 30 cents.
Tallow.—A very limited business doing
at 8 to 10 cents per pound.
Butter.— Tbe stock offering is sufficient
to meet present demands, which are confined
to furnishing retailers with stocks. We quote
Goshen at 36 to 40 cents per pound.
Meats.—The stock of meats are nearly ex
hausted. The transactions are strictly con
fined to to the retail trade; uo lots are offer
ing. Hams at retail we quote at 30 cents per
pound; ribbed sides, in excellent order, 25
cents per pound.
Bagging.—A fair inquiry prevails for the
article. Dundee from store in small lots at
25 ceuts per yard.
Bale Kofe. Kentucky in small lots
is selling at 20c. per lb. ; the demand varies
according to circumstances.
Lumber.— The tranlions in this article
the past week werlrictly confined to
spruce scantling anAoards at previous
quotations. Scantlinlsorted sizes $34 per
M feet, boards S4O to|o per M feet; the
demand was of a retJharacter.
Timber. —Another 1 of timber is daily
expected for export. I few days hence it is
hoped that a saw mijftll be in operation on
the canal, and it will fee persons who have
timber cut on the Saliali river to bring it
Hides.— The receil are very light, and
prices have slightly Ainced; we quote at
8 to 9c. for dry hide!
Corn. —Our market overstocked aud it
is a matter of imp Ability to make fair
quotations. Theie ilnuch damaged corn
offering, and while ns large quantity of
stock is exposed forAe, it prevents quota
tions of good merefntable com.
Lard.—A fair ffind exists for leaf lard
at prices rangins'ttn 18 to 20c. per lb.
Cheese.—ls J lair demand, at 17 to 20c.
Rice. —No sal of rough rice to report;
the City Store If 2, continues sales by retail
at 9c. per lb.
Teas.— Are intir demand for local trade.
We quote Blacit $1 to $1.50; Green $1.20
Salt.— Ret fffales of Liverpool salt were
made at $4 per feck.
Hay. —The ferket continues with more
than an adeqite supply. Eastern from
store is selliij $2,40 per cwt.; Northern
Bran. —Froritore by retail $4 per cwt.,
by quantity, s|o.
Oats.—RetaLg from store at $1.25 per
Flour.—Th lock in market is large, and
the sales made le past week were entirely
of a local char ter. We quote as follows :
Superfiue $9 t 10 per bbl. Extra sll per
bbl. Emerald lills selected wheat, sll per
bbl. Choice $ per bbl.
Molasses.—lock on band ample, and de
mand fair. Pto Rico per gallon 60c; Por
to Rico a clea tnd better article, 65 to 70c.
per gallon; G( len Syrup, 75 to $1 per gal
Sugars. —C itinue in a fair demand at last
week’s quotat ns, viz : Dark Muscovado 14
to 15 cts. per iPorto Rico 16 cts. per lb.,
Clarified C, 1' 1 17 1-2 cts. per lb., B, 18 1-2
al9 cts. peri)., A, 20 a 23 ct 9. pel lb.,
Crushed 23 a I cts. per lb., Pulverised 23 a
24 cts. per lbJ
Coffee. —Omand fair ; we quote Rio at
33 to 40 cts. rtr lb., Sat. Domingu 33 cts. per
lb., Jamaica 3*. to 35 cts., Laguyra 33 to 35
cts., Java 40 t 043 cts. per lb.
Malt Liquori.—Ale of all brands sls per
bbl, lager beer fel6 per bbl, halt bbls SB, ale
and porter by tile case 6 to $6 60.
Liquors and Wines. —Rectified Western
whiskey $3 per gallon, choice Bourbon $5 50
per gallon; Gibion’s XXX whiskey $5 per
gallon, sherry wine 4 75 to $8 per gallon,
der dozen in case 12 to sls, port wine $6 per
Ssllon, per dozen in case sl4 60, claret per
ozen 8 50 to sl2, Heidsick wines, pure
Heidsick $42 per dozen.
Soap— A fan - supply offering. We quote
Colgate’s family at 14c per lb.
Vulcanized Belting.— The stock of this
article offering in the market is small. A
few weeks |hence a large, stock direct
trom the manufacturers will be received.
Prices are irregular but high, on account or
the scarcity of the raw material. £ inch—3
ply $2,64 per foot; 15 inch $1,94 per foot;
intermediate sizes proportionate.
Shoe Findings.— Shoe Thread—the market
is well supplied. The demand is entirely of
a retail character; at $1,50 to $2,00, accord
ing to quality. Qf pegs and lasts, there is
none in market.
Leather. —The market is bare of all
grades, and no sales have been made.
PORT OP SAVANNAH, JULY 14.
Steamer Blandish. Moore, Augusta.
Brig Mary Cobb, Duncan, Hilton Head, to Master.
CoNsiatncEs—Per Mary Cobb.—G A Hudson; C L
Gilbert; W H Stark; Hilton & Randall; W Mark
barn; Hunter A Gammell; B G Tilden; H S Bogar
dus, and Urder.
Steamer Emilie, Bender, Hilton Head.
PULASKI HOUSE, JULY 14.
F Wilson, Augusta, | J M Brannon, A A G, USV,
H A Darling, do, W S Coulter, do do
W L Mills, Laurens co, Gal
The Proprietor of the
SAVANNAH CITY FLOUR MILLS,
Begs to announce to his numerous patrons that be baa
made a number of improvements in the machinery at
tached to his establishment, and is now prepared to
furnish his customers with a full supply of the best
GRITS AND MEAL,
and everything that can be expected from a
FIRST-CLASS MILLING ESTABLISHMENT.
He pledges himself to always sell his Goods and do
25 PER CENT LESS
for the benefit of the citizens, than many of his com
petitors. He ia prepared to grind Wheat and Corn at
the customary X toil, and in addition will, as above
stated, always be prepared to furniah hia friends with
everything in the old style.
His place of business is at the well-known spot at
the FOOT OF BROUGHTON STREET. jn!9-tf
~pMNSTEIN, ROSEN FELD CO.,
No. • BROAD STREET.
We draw at sight, and at sixty days, on London,
Paris, Feankfobt, and all other principal cities of
Parties opening current accounts, may deposit and
draw at their convenience, the same as with the Crrr
Banks, and will be allowed Interest on all balances
over On* Thousand Dollars, at the rate of roc* per
cent, per annum, Orders for tha purchase or sale of
various issues of Government and other Stocks, Bonds
and Gold, executed on Commission.
FOR NEW YORK.
The U, S. Mali Steamship NEVADA, Capt. Carpen
ter, having new and superior accommodation!*, will
leave for the above port on SATURDAY. 15th lust., at
half-paat 1 o’clock, p. m.
For Freight or Passage apply to
BRIOHAU, BALDWIN A CO.,
pRKIGHT FOR AUGUSTA.
Steamer Amaion will receive freight for Aagnsta
on SATURDAY, July 15, and leave with despatch.
gTEAMER “GEN. LEE" FOR SALE,
Pnrauant to Instructions of the General Command
ing Department of the South, I will proceed to sell at
Public Auction, to the highest bidder, in (rent of my
office, on Bay street, TUESDAY next, 18th inst., at
12 o’clock, M., Steamer GEN. LEE.
DAN’L R. KNOWLTON,
Jyls I,lent. 178th N. Y. V„ and A. A. Q. M.
LINE SAILING VESSELS.
COTTON FOB NEW YDRK
The flue Ship CARAVAN, Capt. Jas. Lawler, la now
receiving Freight for New York, and will clear on
THURSDAY, July 20th.
Steerage Passage. sl6
Parties wishing to forward merchandise must apply
soon, as a large part of her cargo ia already engaged.
CHAS. L. COLBY.
Jyl2 ■ Cor. Bay and Abercom sts.
AND PASSAGE FOR NEW YORK.
MERCHANTS’ LINE SAILING VESSELS.
The fast sailing A1 Clipper Brig LEONARD MYERS,
Capt. Wm. Smith, will commence loading for the above
port on THURSDAY, July 13th, and will clear on
MONDAY, 17th. Has superior accommodations for
First Cabin t S3O.
Apply to CHAS. L. COLBY ft CO.,
Jyll-flt Cor. Bay and Abercom sta.
jy|ERCHANTS’ LINE SAILING VESSELS.
REGULAR WEEKLY LINE OF CLIPPER BCHOON.
The undersigned intend to keep up a regular week
ly line of first class Sailing Vessels plying between Sa
vannah and the above port, with superior accommo
dations for passengers and the very best facilities for
delivering freight in good order, at low rates, with
promptness and despatch. Particular attention given
to forwarding goods from New York.
CHARLES L. COLBY A CO.,
Jul3 cor. Bay and Abercom streets.
STEAMER FOR SALE.
SIDE-WHEEL, HIGH PRESSURE RIVER
Drawing 22 Inches of water. Hull 155 feet long; 26
feet Beam; 6 feet 6 inches depth of hold : bas two In
clined Engines. 20 inches diameter of cylinder, 6 feet
stroke. Also, a Donkey Steam Pump. The lower
deck is clear for freight, and the passenger accommo
dation is .above. She is well adapted for trad eon a
shoal water river, is entirely new, wen <uiu antatan
tially built, and will be sold at a bargain. Apply to
PUSET, JONES A CO.,
Iron Steamboat Building, Wilmington, Delaware.
'J'O COTTON SHIPPERS.
ON THE CORNER OF JEFFERSON A BAY STS.
For the purpose of
SHIPPING COTTON FOR THE PUBLIC,
L lO W E 8 T RATES,
FURNISHING INK, 80.
Q S. BUNDY,
AND ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No. 247 F Stbeet, Between 13th and 14m Stexets,
(Near Pay Department,!
WASHINGTON, D. C.
BURKE, A BRO^
ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
Cobneb Whitaheb Stbeet and Bat Lane,
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED AND DELIVERED.
SUTLERS AND MERCHANTS.
The subscribers offer for sale at No. 4 Merchants’
Row, Hilton Head, S. C..
THEIR ENTIRE STOCK,
At prices which defy competition, consisting of Cakes,
Crackers, Butter, Cheese, Hams, Canned Fruits and
Meats, Tripoli Emery Paper, Segars, Tobacco, Ales,
Wines, Boots and Shoes, Shirt*, Handkerchiefs, Paper
Bags, Wrapping Paper, Stationary in variety, Army
Ranges, Yankee Notions, Hardware, Tinware, Ac.
These goods will be sold without regard to coat.
Why send your orders to New York when you can
buy cheaper at home. - 0 m
j U 23 ts C. W. DENNIS A CO.
PUPILS OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY,
FOB TUB BENEFIT OF
THE ORPHANS UNDER THEIR CHARGE.
The Music will be Intbbsfebsed with Fbenoh
and English Dialogufs.
The Exercises will be held at St. ANDREW’S HALL
aud will begin at 3 o’clock p. in.,
FRIDAY. JULY 14. 1865.
BT Price, sl. Children, so cents lyi 4tf
SWEATNAM HAS REMOVED.
W. F. Sweatnam Sole Lessee and Manager
M. Fbebebtbtskb Musical Director
SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 14, lMf.
Olio To-Night |
Songs To-Night I Dances To-Night I
Ethiopian Delineations To-Night!
Essences To-Night! Music To-Night t
PERFECTION TO-NIGHT t
La Belle Louise as Asmodeus.
Lottie Howland as Kate O'Brien.
Mrs. M. L. Berrell as the Queen.
Geo. C. Bryden In both pieces.
E. W. Blance as Sam.
Phil Milton as Don Raphael.
Dress Circle and Parquette $1 00
Second Tier and Balcony 75
Private Boxes $6, $3 and $lO 00
Box ui Colored Gallery 75
Colored Gallery 60
Doors open at 1)4. Overture begins at SJK.
Sfeoial Notice.— Ales, Wines, Tobacco, 4c., may
be obtained at the Refreshment Saloon, adjoining the
Hall, day and night. Jyll-1
(Congressit, between Jefferson and Montgomery ets.Q
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON.
PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHT,
Prof. E. Richteb, Leader,
FT* Refreshments of the best quality and in every
variety. lmo jylO
gY ISAAC D. LaROCHE.
AT FBIVATE SALE,
25 bbls. extra PRIME PORK,
20 bbls. MESS BEEF,
20 boxes SOAP,
10 bbls. SYRUP,
200 sacks OATS,
100 sacks CORN,
100 bbls. WHISKEY, various brands,
80,000 SEGARS, do do
26 bbls. GIN;
20 bbls. GRIST, *
20 pbls, MEAL, * Jyl2-S
OFFICE POST COMMISSARY, >
Savannah, Ga„ July 10, 1865. f
Sealed Proposals to furnish this Post with eight
thousand pounds of Fresh Beef per week for three
months, commencing Aug. Ist, and ending Nov. Ist,
1865, will be received at this office until July 20, 1865.
The Beef to be furnished tri-weekly, ana of good
quality, dressed, excluding necks and shanks.
Persons making propoaals will state the average
net weight, quality, etc., of the Beef. Proposals to
be opened in public July 20th, and subject to the ap
proval of the Commissary General. •
N. H. OGLEBBEE,
JylO lot Capt. and Post Com granary.
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.
For terms apply to W. S. Sampson, Jr., Box No. 26,
Hilton Head Post Office, or on the premises, corner of
Merchants' Row and Palmetto Avenue, from 4 o’clock
to 6 o'clock p. m. ju22
J K. SOLOMONS, M. D.
From Charleston, S. C., offers bis services to the
citizens of Savannah.
Rooms at Dr. Clark's office, Congress street.
References.—Dr. Jas. B. Read,
Dr. Jubiah Kauris,
Hon. Boi.omon Cohen,
W. N. Habebsham Esq,,
•ull ts A. A. Solomons 4 Cos.,
JMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
AT WHOLESALE, FOB FAMILY USB,
AT 207 BAY STREET.
ISRAEL R. SEALY A CO.
B. GRIFFIN A CO.
W. J. C. Millneb, F. Plumb.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will give prompt attention to all consignments and
make liberal advances when desired. Ju26-1 m
amPPKRH OF OPTION AND OTHER
X SOUTHERN PRODUCE.
FENNER, BENNETT 4 BOWMAN,
Successors to Hotchkiss, Fenner 4 Bennett.
No. 40 Veset Stbeet, rixw York.
And Memphis, Tenn.
Tbomai Finnkb* Hkmky diiqiitti D. W. Bowmiw.
SIXTY BALES HAY,
Landing from Steamship America. For sal# by
jyß.tf BRIGHHM, BALDWIN ft CO,
s ; WHITFORD 4 CO.,
MANUFACTURERS and WHOLESALE DEALERS
READY MADE CLOTHING,
331 and 333 Bboadwat. oob. Wobth Stbeet,
T. F. Cabhaht, I
Wm H. Whittobd, I A. T. Hamilton,
J B. Van Waoenbn.
Office of Payan ft Carhart in liquidation.
gaum 4 bubbaiie^^^
Hilton Head, S. C.
Call the attention of Wholesale and Retail purchasers
tothe MTi.?TARY t AND f NAVAL CLOTHING
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, and Plated
Ware, Swords, Sashes, Belts. Embroideries,Boota, Cap#
yield Glasses, Gauntlets loves, Ac., Ac., 4c.
100 Sacks Liverpool BALT in Rore and for sals by
Jyl2-2w Cor. Buy »nd Whitaker sts,