The Savannah Daily Herald.
K. W. M«M»N A 08., I'roPKI KTOgS.
84.cn. W. Mahon, Simoi.
SAVANNAH. MONDAY, JULY 17, l>«s.
FOR 1.1M.1L .HATILKS SEC THIRD P.ICE.
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for long advertisements, or those inserted for s long
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HOW TO OBTAIN TIIE HERALD REG
We often have complaints from residents of Savan
nah and Hilton Head th»t they are not able always to
obtain the H The demand is sometimes so
great as to cr dsnstan Edition very soon atVr its issue,
and those who wi.-h tt have the Hkralii regularly,
sh old subscribe for it. We have faithful earners in
Savannah mint Hilton Head, and through them we
always serve regular subscribers first.
Color of the Herald. —Those who have
prejudices on the subject of color are re
quested to bear with us for twice again issu
ing the Herald on paper not of the custo
mary hue. VVe hope the contents are satis
factory, and that the texture of the paper is
sufficiently substantial. We have received
another lot of white paper from Augusta,
but it did not arrive in season for use to-day.
To-morrow we shall discard yellow, brown
and other irregularly colored paper, we hope,
On both the Central and Gulf Railroads
the work ot reconstruction is beiug rapidly
and vigorously pushed forward. It is prob
able the improvements will be completed
quite as soon as was anticipated at the in
ception of the enterprises.
We have already announced the comple
tion of the Western & Atlantic Railroad to
Atlanta, making direct communication to
Macon and Augusta from the North and
West. We find that railroad enterprises all
over the South are being revived.
The Macon & Brunswick railroad is now
repaired from the former place to the junc
tion, eight miles of Hawkiusville. A line of
hacks run from the railroad to that point.
The work of rebuilding the Wilmington
and Manchester Railroad is progressing rap
idly. Trains of cars will pass from Kings
ville (its junction with the South Carolina
Railroad) to Wilmington, N. C-, by August
IStb, 1865. From Wilmington North there
is now daily connection, and trains are
run on the road semi-weekly.
The Cheraw and Darlington Railroad is
running through from Florence to Cheraw,
and the North-Eastern Railroad Company
are now transporting passengers and freight
the entire length of that road—that is, from
Florence to Charleston.
The Grenada Motive learns that the Mis
sissippi Central road will be completed with
out some unlooked, tor occurrence by or be
fore the first day of September next ; also
that the Miss, and Tenn. Railroad will be
Completed and .trains run through by the
first of October. The two companies it un
derstands will unite in rebuilding and using
the bridge of the Central road across the
Yalobusha. And it hopes they will unite in
building one depot at that place at once.
A force is at work repairing the Memphis
and Charleston railroad, between Corinth
and Memphis, and the cars will be running
to Corinth from Memphis in a short time.
There are four bridges to build between
Memphis and Corinth. The track was re
laid and used by Gen. Hood last Decem
ber, and is, we believe, in tolerably good
Were we not satisfied that the Directors of
the Central and Gulf Roads are doing all in
their power, we should urge the greatest
vigior on their part in the completion of
their roads. They have had great obstacles
to overcome, but have succeeded, and we
believe will succeed in all they have under
A Hilton Head correspondent inquires in
regard to Wilmington railroad connections.
The answer is given above. In regard to an
inquiry about the Savannah and Charleston
Road, we can only say that it is in very bad
condition, and that there is little present
prospect of its being rebuilt.
Reduction in Fkeiohts fkom Augusta.—
We are pleased to notice a heavy reduction
in freights on cotton from Augusta. The
rate previously charged was ten dollars per
bale. J. W. McAlpin's flat boat, No. 2, Capt.
Davis, was freighted in Augusta at $7 50 per
bale, and we learn that the Amazon, Captain
David R. Dillon, received freight on eight
hundred bales at five dollars. This reduction
will work great benefits, and it will be felt in
commercial circles. At these reduced rates
of freight there is money in the business, and
a further reduction can safely be made. It
costs to build a flat about five hundred dol
lars, and when it reaches Savannah it is sold
for about one hundred dollars. Messrs. J.
W. McAlpin and John McDonald are send
ing down from Augusta one flat per week
We have noticed that a large number of flat
boats used on the Upper Savannah river, be
tween Augusta and Petersburg, have been
charlered for the freighting business. They
are what is termed in Augusta, caual boats,
jas they are the ouly boats which can pass
through the Augusta Canal, drawing as they
Ado but little water. A number ot these canal
•Ap atß aie at our wharves, waiting to be tow-
The Change of Commandants*
Retirement of Gen. Dirge--Assumption
of Command by Gen. Braunou— Compo
sition of Gen. Brannan’a Command.
The following are the General Orders is
sued on Saturday, on the occasion of the
change of military commandants here :
HEADQ’RS DISTRICT OP SAVANNAH, t
Savannah, Ga., July 15, 186'. j
Gen krai Orders.)
No. 50. [
In compliance with provisions of General Order-,
No. 3, f.Nim Headquanera. Department of Georgia,
dated Augusta, Ga., Jutv 10th. l*6i, I hereby relin
quish the command of the District of savannah to
Brevet Maj. Gen. John M. Brannon.
HENRY \V. BIKGE,
Brevet Major Gen r i. Ij. fj. Vo's.
HEADERS DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH,)
Ist IHvtsion. Dep't of Georgia, V
Savannau, Ga.. July 15, ISOs, )
General Orders, i
No. 1. /
In compliance with General Orders, No. 3, dated
“Headquarters. I) part meut of Georgia Augusta, Ga.,
July 10, 1*66, I hereby assume command of the Dis
trict of Savannah, Ist Division, Department ol Georgia,
which District and Division will be constituted of the
loliowing enumerated counties of the State, and
all United Stales troops stationed within the bounda
ries ol the District as designated in this order:
Burke, Twiggs, Washington,
Jetlersou, Pulaski, Telfair,
Irwin, Berrien, Brooks,
i .aureus, Emanuel, Scriven,
Bulloch, Tattnal, Bryan,
Appling, Coffee, Montgomery,
Pierce, Wayne, Mclntosh,
Clinch, Lowne*, Echols,
Camden, Glynn, Wilkinson,
Wilcox, Thomas, Effingham,
Chatham, Ware, Liberty,
Capt. Will A Coulter,' Assistant Adjutant General,
U. 8. V., is hereby announced as Assistant Adjutant
General of the “District »i Savannah, Ist Li vision, De
partment of Georgia, ’’ to whom ail reports and returns
required by existing orders and army regulations will
be made. J. m. BKANNAN,
jyl7-6 Brevet Maj. Gen. U S. V.,Com'dg.
Crops is Mississippi.— The Clarion, pub
lished at Meridian, in its issue of the Ist, says
people from all parts of the State bring good
news of the rains of last and week the week
before. These visitations came in the nick
of time, and their beneficial effects can he
seen already in the fields and gardens.
The neighborhoods of Monterey and Steen's
creek, liaukin Cos., Miss, at last accounts,
however, were suffering greatly for want of
rain, none having fallen in either of these
neighborhoods since the first of May.
Southern Indebtedness to Northern
Merchants. —The New York Times, of the
18th, says it has reason to believe the mer
cantile houses of the North, to whom there
is large indebtedness in the South, will treat
their old customers with a liberal spirit, but
claims that it would be better for all parties
if the credit system were not now resumed.
We learn from the Picayune that Col. J»
O. Nixon, under whose management the
Crescent newspaper attained such promi
nence and success as one of the New Orleans
journals just before the commencement of
the war, is making arrangements for the re
vival of that popular journal, and expects to
resume publication by the first of next Oc
Corn Crops in Texas. —Dates trom Texas
of the 23d ultimo, say that the corn crop
bids fair to be unusually large in all the coun
ties in that State east of the Trinity. Rains
have been abundant, and the crop, though
late, is of fine color, and very promising.—
West of the Trinity the couutry is suffering
much from drought’
Ordei s have been issued reducing the Mis
sissippi squadron to fitteen vessels. Acting
Rear Admiral S. P. Lee will rema<n in com
mand, with lieutenant commanders E. T.
McCauley, J. J. Cornwall aud J. P. Foster
as his three division commanders. These
gunboats are left at the mouth of Red river.
Judge Win. F. Nordiug, direct tax com
missioner for South Carolina, reports that the
people of Charleston, notwithstanding the
present scarcity of money, have paid into
the United States treasury over $90,000 on
account of the direct taxes, for which they
were in arrears.
6th United States Reoulak Infantry.—
This Regiment which was moved from Sa
vannah a few weeks since, to Charleston, has
been transferred to Hilton Head.
Among the applications lor pardon is that
of Archbishop Lynch, the Catholic bishop
of Charlestown. The petition is drawn up
and signed by Bishop Spaulding, of Balti
more, and the bishop of Buffalo, New York.
Warm Weather. —They had warm weath
er in Macon on the sth, as everywhere else.
We learn that the mercury rose to 98 in
the shade, and 132 in the suu.
llilton Head Letters. —We are obliged
to omit till evening two interesting letters
from a Hilton Head correspondent.
The Daily New Eka is a new paper re
cently started at Atlanta. It looks and
City Printer of Auousta.— James N.
Ells of the Augusta Transcript has been
elected City Prtuter.
Personal. —Hon. Joseph E. Brown has
been seriously ill at his home in Milledge
McClellan.— Gen. George B. McClellan is
still in Italy-
Personal.— Gen. Wilson left Sunday af
teruoou for Macon.
Gen. Upton, the first U. S. officer who en
tered our ciiy after the surrender is now iu
Nashville commanding in that section.—Au
yusta Chronicle Sentinel, 11 th.
Railroad Money.— The Mississippi Cen
tral Railroad Company will' not receive their
own or any other railroad issues for passage
or height, on their road until uiuety days
after the cars on said road run through.—
Missiesippiuv, July 4th.
LATEST FROM THE NORTH.
Arrival of the Arago at Hilton
Zfews to 11 o’clock on the 12th.
INTERESTING FBO.TI EUROPE.
iPipaUh from Our Special Correspondent.
By thi- arrival of the Arago at Hilton Head
‘■yui.rday evening, we have northern new9 ot
the 12th, one day later than that published
in our Extra of Saturday.
Our attentive and reliable correspondent
at New York city also forwards U 9 a de
spatch dated at 11 o’clock the forenoon ot
the 12th, containing later European news
and the price of gold at that hour.
The papers contain no startling intelli
gence, and as the news dealers received full
files which were on the street last evening,
we did not issue an’ Extra, aud only give
now a synopsis of the news in them.
[our special dispatch.]
New York City, July 12, 11 a. m., £
Via Hilton Head, per Arago. )
Gold stands now at 140, a slight advance
caused by the Persia’s news. The Persia has
just been telegraphed off Sandy Hook, with
two days later news, to July 2.
Breadstuff's firm but quiet.
Provisions dull. Beef firm.
Pioduce quiet hut steady.
London, July Ist, p, m.
Consols 90 1-8.
Five-Twenties 70 1-2 a 71.
Illinois Central 84.
Erie Shares 52 1-2 a 53.
Paris, July Ist, p. m.
Paris Bourse firmer. The rents close at OGi.
Queenstown, July 2.
Arrived from New York, Emile Guste
niuude aud Soliaute at Trieste. Emile at
The political news by the Peisia is unim
The steamship Africa, from New York,
arrived at Liverpool on the 2d inst.
The final arrangements on board of the
Great Eastern in connection with the Atlan
tic Telegraph Cable were progressing ra
pidly. . •
Latest Commercial Intelligence
Liverpool, July Ist, p. m.
Cotton —Sales to-day 8,000 biies, the mar
ket closing unc hanged. Speculators aud ex
porters took 3,000 bales.
(Prom the New York Herald 12th )
The difficulties between the planters and
Ireedmen in Virginia continues to give both
the civil and military authorities much
trouble. Many of the planters, it is said,
are desirous of getting rid of the negroes al
together, and supplying their places with
white laborers from the North anti Europe.
The committee of Richmond men who vis
ited President Johuson to endeavor to in
duce him to resciud the twenty thousand dol
lars exception in his amnesty proclamation
have returned without meeting with any
success. The old Virginia State bruks are
now in process of liquidation, and it is
thought that holders of their notes will not
realize over twenty cents on the dollar
Henry A Wise has made application to the
military authorities for a restoration of his
former estates neai Norfolk, with rather a
poor prospect of succeeding. Some of the
Virginians propose to again put up Wise as
a candidate for Governor There is a great
destitution among the inhabitants of Spott
sylvauia county, and it has been proposed to
send agents to this city, Philauelphia aud
Baltimore to solicit aid tor them.
There is trouble in Tennessee regarding
the State Franchise law, and it is being vio
lently attacked iu public speeches by certain
candidates for office. Governor Brownlow
has accordingly issued a proclamation in
forming the people that it is the supreme
law of the State, denouncing its opposers as
as rebels, and directing the civil authorities
to arrest them, as being persons who are eu
deavoriug to excite sedition. Emerson
Etheridge, formerly member of Congress
from Tennessee, has been placed under ar
rest by the military commandant at Colum
bus, Kentucky, ou charge ot beiug one ot
these deliverers of incendiary harangues in
the former State.
Cottou, Gold, Markets, etc.
Cotton. —The market was quiet and steady
until alter the government sale, wheu the de
mend was more active and prices advanced
full lc. a 2c. a pound. The sales were 2,800
bales at our quotations, closing firm at 52c.
a 53c. for middlings. The government sale
of 2,000 bales went 53 l-2c. for middling;
50 l-4c. a 50 l-2c. for good ordinary; 43 l-2c
for ordinary; 87 l-2c. for low ordinary. We
Upland a. Florida. Mobile A'. 0-<t T.
Ordinary .. 37 68 39 40
Middling 51 61 62 62
blood Middling... 53 54 55 60
Cotton.— Tbe result of the Government
sale to-day was such as to cause considerable
excitement in the market, aud the transac
tions this afternoon have been liberal, at a
decided improvement in rates; sales of 3,000
bales; we quote at o2c. though some holders
are asking as high as 53c. for Middling. By
duction about 2,000 bales New Orleans, Mo
bile and Uplands were sold at 55 l-2c. for
good Midaliug, 55 l-4c. for strict Middling ;
50 l-4c. for fair Middling, and 49c. for good
Ordinary ; 400 bales Sea Island sold at 77c.
for first quahty; 66c. for second quality ;
for third quality, and 61c. for fourth quality.
I From the New York Herald, I2th.f
The stock market was weak yesterday,
hut closed strong. Gold was steady, aud
closed in the room at 140, and at night at
There was but little change in the commer
cial situation yesterday as compared with the
previous day, though there were a good ma
ny cnauges in values of domestic produce.
Foreign goods were generally quiet but un
changed. Groceries were steady. Cotton
was firm. Petroleum was heavy. On
’Change flour was 10c. a 15c. higher. Wheat
was 2c. a 10c. higher Corn was 2c higher.
Oats weie dull and heavy. Pork was 50c
better. Lard was firm. Whiskey was dull aud
There was another government sale of Cut
tou yesterday at 111 Broadway, when about
twenty-five hundred bales were disposed of
at a slight advance over last month s prices,
the attendance being large and the bidding
animated. Good tniddliug North Carolina
and Orleans brought from 53 l-4c to 55 l-2c
The International Trade Convention.
The international trade convention, com
posed of representatives of the boards of
trade and commercial associations ot various
cities ot the Northern, Eastern and W estern
States and of the British pn winces, assem
bled in Detroit on the 11th. There were pre
sent about six hundred delegates. Au or
ganization was effected, and other business
of a preliminary character was transacted.
General Hiram Walbridge, of N. Y., was
selected as President, and Vice Presidents
for each of the States and provinces were
chosen. The convention was in session
again the 12th. One ol the matters which will
receive the particular attention of the mem
bers is the Canadian Reciprocity treaty.
Visit of President Johnson to Admiral
President Johnson, accompanied by the
members of the Cabinet and other gentlemen
of distinction, on the 11th, visited Admiral
Dahlgren, on board his flagship, the Pawnee,
lyin', in the Potomac, below Washington,
itiid'wiis received with ail the customary of
The Monroe Doctrine.
[Washington Correspondence of the Herald.]
The Monroe doctrine examinations are
again absorbing a considerable share of at
tention here, aud some more practicable form
of action is likely to he adopted. A meeting
of conference was held in this city to-day,
between a tew gentlemen of social and po
litical influence, at which it was determined to
nave skate and county conventions through
out the country, as far as practicable, aud
adopt resolutions favoring the immediate ex
pulsion ot Maximiliau from Mexico by the
United States government, and thus bring an
immense pressure to bear upon the adminis
tration and the next Congress.
Appllcatious for Pardon.
Mr. Gentry, of the Tennessee rebel Legis
lature, sometimes styled the “eagle orator,”
who coutested the Governorship of the State
with Andy Johnson in 1853, is reported in
the city desiring pardon. Among other
rebels of greater or lesser magnitude said to
he now in Washington for the same purpose
are Senator Garland and Congressmen lioyl
-9ton, of Arkansas; Gilmer aud Bridges, of
the lower house from North Carolina; a Mr.
Smith, not “Jumping Billy,” an ex-member
of the Federal Congress and a member of the
rebel Cougress from the beginning of the war,
and Col. Hunt, of Shelby county, Tenn., late
of the rebel ordnance department.
W. T. Avery, member of me Federal Con
gress from the Memphis district from 1858 to
1860, obtained his pardon to-day.
Ex-Governor Letcher was released from
the Old Capitol prison last night by direction
of President Johnson, upon the condition of
going immediately to his home in Virgiuia,
and he gave his parole to remain there sub
ject to the order of the President.
A large batch of names of rebel army and
navy officers aud ex-members of Congress
were prepared for Cabinet action to-day, aud
the probabilities are that some precedent has
been established for all applications of that
On the SOtb May, 1965, at the Lincoln Hospital
Washington, D. C., of wounds received at the battle
of Sailor’s Creek, PKRCIVAL ELLIOTT, of the 18th
Georgia Battalion, aged 24 years.
At the Lincoln Hospital, Washington, D. C., on the
20th June, 1805, from wounds received in the battle of
Sailor’s Creek, April Oth, 1805, Private JOSEPH N.
GUERARD, Cos. B, tSth Georgia Battalion ; aged 22
The Offense Is Rank.
We hold it inexcusable in any per-on, male or fe
male, when they subject us to au annoyance which a
very little trouble on their part would ooriute. Es
pecially is this the caae where the unfortunate possess
or of a bad breath will persist in button-holding and
intruding his views upon us, to our manifest mental
and physical discomfort. If these good people would
use the Sozodont it would not only render them ac
ceptable acquaintances, but would at once greatly im
prove their teeth and breath.
Sold by Druggists und Perfumers,
jpoii NEW YOKE.
The A1 fast sailing Clipper Schooner
FRANCISCO, W. H. Smoot, Master,
HavlDg portions of her cargo engaged, will sail about
WEDNESDAY next. For Freight and passuge, upply
to BIIIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.
The Clipper Schooner
TRADE WIND, Capt. Smith,
Will have despatch for the above port. For Freight,
apply to HUNTER jfc GAMMELL,
jyl7-St 64 Bay street.
r pHE IRON STEAMER AMAZON
BY ISAAC D. LaROCHE.
THOS. Jf. WALSH, Acctjoniir-
Will be sold, on FRIDAY, 21st instant, at 12 o’clock,
in front of the Exchange, the Eight Draught
IRON STEAMER AMAZON,
1» feet long, 45 feet Beam, 6 feet Hold, Double En
gines, Doctor aud Machinery,
IN PERFECT RUNNINQ ORDER,
Just arrived with a large freight from Au-
This steamer was built expressly for these waters,
has a carrying capacity of lino to 2000 bales cotton:
also capable ot towing Flats, 4c., and presents u
RARE CHANCE FOR INVESTING.
She Is now ly'ug at the Georgia Steamboat Yard.
where she cau be inspected.
SALE POSITIVE. TERMS CASH
100 Sacks Liverpool SALT In store and for sale by
. 1S „ JAS. DOYLE:
jyiz-zw Cor. Bay ana Whitaker sts,
HEADQ’RS DEP’T'OP.THE SOUTH,I *
Hilton Hkad. S. C.,Joiy 10, 18CS. f
No. IXI. f
The following Circular, issued from the “Bureau of
Refugees, Freenmen and Abandoned Lauds," aud ap
proved by Ihe Hon Secretary of War, is published f.»r
the information of this command. Its requirements
will be strictly conformed to
Bureau of ttefugees, Preedmeri and Abandoned Lands,
Washington, June 13, 1865.
No. T. /
In accordance with section 2 of the Act of Congress
establishing this Bureau, which provides lor the issue
of provisions, clothing, and fuel for the immediate and
temporary shelter and supply ot destitute aud suffering
refugees and freedmen, the Assistant Commissioners
of this Bureau will at once make careful e timatps ot
the amounts of provisions, clothing, <tc, as may be
ueeoed for the present quarter for the supply of such
cla-s of persons as may be within their res|>ective de
partments, and they will hereafter, quarterly, make
like estimates. AU estimates must be approved by
the Commissioner of the Bureau prior to issue.
Rations, fuel, transportation, and quarters, have
been heretofore furnished to teachers ot refugees and
freedmen, or to other persons voluntarily laboring for
the beneht of such persons, by certain commanders of
departments, posts. Ac., while others have refused to
furnish the same. Therefore, in order that there may
be uniformity of action and a clear understanding in
this matter, the following rules will be adopted, and
will take effect and be in force on and after July 1,
nations will not be gratuitously issued to teachers of
refugees or Ireedmen, or to other persons vo untarily
laboring for the benefit of such persons, but such
teachers as are authorised by the Assistant Commis
sioners of this Bureau, while actually on duty iu their
fields of labor, may purchase rations of the Govern
ment under precisely the same rules which apply to
such purchases when made by commissioned officers
of the army.
Free ti ausportation will be granted to such teachers
on government transports aud military railroads only.
Public buildings, or buildings that may have been
seized from disloyal owners, not required for military
purposes, may be used for occupation lor schools,-
teachers, soluiers* wives, and refugees.
U. O HOWARD, Major General,
Commissioner Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, Ac.
E M. STANTON,
i Secretary of War.
By Command of
Major-General Q. A. GILLMORE.
W. L. M. Buboes, Assistant Adjutant General
On the 12th instant, a Yellow and White Pointer
BITCH, about a month old The finder will be suita
bly rewarded by leaving her at B. Stamm’s Barber
Shop. 3t Jyls
A pleasant, Well Furnished Room, for single gentle
man. Address G. A. G , Lock Box 116 P. O.
jyis , 3
A first rate PILOT for the Altaraaha river.
jyl4-lw ERWIN & IIARDEE.
HOGG A CO.,'
WHOLESALE AND GENERAL COMMISSION
Having removed to store formerly occupied by
Stark, Alexander A Clark. Buy street, second door
west of Barnard, offer to the trade the following arti
300 bbls Whiskey,
600 bbls Extra Family Flour,
36 sacks Salt,
126 kegs Lard,
20 bbls White Beans
75 kits Mess Shad,
20 bbls Labrador Herring,
25 tierces Canvassed Beei,
50 hhds Lime,
60 bbls and half bbls No. 1 and 2 Mackerel.
The Regular Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
the Southern Insurance and Trust Company will be
held at the office of the Company, in savannah, on
V\ eduesday, 19th July, 1865, lor the purpose of elect
ing Directors for the ensuing year, and for the tran
saction of such other business as may be brought be
fore the meeting.
11. BRIGHAM, President,
Per J. C. MoNLLTY,
ju22 ts Assistant .Secretary.
UNITED STATES CUSTOM HOUSE,)
Savannah, July c, 1666. f
The keys of the money safes,the Seales and Weights,
and other valuables are missing irom this building.—
Any person having knowledge of the aforesaid arti
cles will please give information to the undersigned,
and those having them iu possession will please return
, „ „ WYLLY WOODBKIDGE,
iP 6 - y Collector.
WHISKIES, GINS, ALCOHOL, COLOGNE SPIRITS
FLANAGAN WALLACE & CO’S. XX and vra ALES,
For Sale at N. Y. Prices, with freight added. KTi
Also—A large lot of CORN, OATS and FLOUR.
No. 0 Stoddard’s Buildings,
Jyll-lw Opposite Herald Oflice.
QHAMPION BtilCK MACHINE.
The proprietors of this recent Patent for the manu
facture of Brink are prepared to dispose of Machines,
and rights to use the same. This Machine is simple
of construction: does not readily get out of repair;
has immense power; makes the buck square aud sol
id ; can be worked with a aingle horse causes lilt.a
delay lor removing stones ; will make from twenty
nve to thirty-five thousand bricks per day. Circulars,
with full particulars, forwarded ou application to
, . BRADFORD je RENiCK,
gTOVES! STOVES’I! STOVES II! ~
Large and small, for Restaurants and Families.
All kinds oi HOLLOW WARE ana Oookiug Uten
atla, Planters’ HOES, wholesale and retail, by
JAMES G. THOMPSON & CO.,
Jll-lmo Beaufort, S, f.
ADEN * Li.NCKi.iio,
Corner of Bat and Barnard Struts,
Have Just received a large Stock of GOODS, con
> Extra Family FLOUR,
So bales BAGGING,
730 coils Rc’PK,
And a general assortment of
DRY GOODS, v
LOUIS and SHOES,
CAPS, 4c., Ac.,
Which they oiler at the loweat market rates.
Q.KO. H. CRUMP A CO.,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
209 Bboad Street, Augusta, Qa,
Jn.O 3 m