I OCIL MATTERS.
To Ml* of Goods TO AforsTA.—See Hewn.
Erwin A Hardee's advertisement, in another column
Oglethorpe Fibe Cokpakv, No. I.—The attention
( ,£ the original and newly chartered members is call
ej to tlie advertisement ol a meeting of the Company
to be held at the Court House this evening, at half
past sis o'clock.
Fboji New York.— The fine screw steamship
Ariadne (’apt. Crarey, arrived at this port yesterday.
We are indebted to Capt. Cravey and Purser Wil
liams for Sew York dates to the loth Inst. The fol
lowing Is the marine report:
On Sunday last, between Cape Romaln and Cape
Fear, passed the steamships Zodiac and Nevada,
hence for New York. The Zodiac was ahead.
Pie-Stc AND CHOWDEB PARTY AT THE ISI.E OF
Charles E. Flanders, whose attractive
summer resort at the Isle of Hope Is ao popular, an
nounces to-day a plc-nlc and chowder party, for to
dies and gentlemen, at hto place, to occur to-morrow.
Any one who has been entertained by Mr. Flanders
knows his good qualities as a host, and will be glad
to participate In an occasion of this kind. The tick
ets are for sale at Stuart A Co.’s, the Hilton Head
Hoosc. Mollno’s Cigar store, and the Savannah Her
The Old Cemetery.—Yesterday afternoon one of
our reporters noticed a lady, accompanied by a ser
vant, endeavoring to enter the cemetery, to clear off
the spot where the dust of loved ones reposed. The
gates on South Broad and Abereom streets being
nailed up, the tody could not enter the grounds.—
Would It not be well for our City Council to have the
gate on South Broad 3treet repaired and put in
proper order, so that all who desire to visit the cem
etery may l?e enabled to do sot The key to the gate
might be kept In the neighborhood, to be obtained
on application to the Clerk of Council. There Is, we
learn, a desire on the part of many who visit the
city to examine the old vaults, tombs, etc., in this
city of the dead.
Geoeoia Medical Society.—Recently the (Jeorgla
Medical Society passed the following preamble and
resolutions. Asa matter of Importance, wc give
Whereas, The Georgia Medical Society, being the
oldest chartered Medical Society in the State of Geor
gia, and the only Medical Society In this part of the
State, has always been appealed to by the members
of the profession for the regulation of Its Ethics ; and
whereas, for the good of the community, as well as
the members of tUc medical piofesslon, It Is desirable
that the high position which has always been claimed
for It as an association of scientific, well educated
and well bred gentlemen, should be fully main
Hesoh-ed, That an invitation be extended to all the
members of the medical profession of Savannah,
whose character and attainments entitle them to he
recognized by the most respectable part of the pro
fession, to unite themselves with the Society, engag
ing to conform to all the rules and regulations of the
Georgia Medical Society.
DISTRICT PROVOST COURT—BEFORE LIEUT. COL. ROBT.
P. YORE, DISTRICT PROVOST MARSHAL.
Savannah, Aug. 14, 1865.
Patrick Whelan vs. Richard J. Courtenay—Action
to recover money advanced by plalntur for the pur
chase of groceries, to be brought from Hilton Head.
In the above case it was -ordered that this case bo
dismissed, and plaintiff pay cost of suit. Counsel for
defendant, Thomas M. Norwood, Esq.
PULASKI HOUSE, AUGUST 14.
L D Roundtree, Valdosta,-8 Simmons. Baltimore
Georgia is H Cony, Sag Harbor
Mi's M Hatch A 3children,!Capt s L Denuette A tody,
Twiggs Cos., Geo. | Sir Sampson
Wm H Rice, St- Louis. Mo.iCapt J A Nickerson, Sclir
I Bt'olg, C E Howard
J W Mason. Savannah leapt Geo B Creary, S S
Wm J Lawton, So Ca j Ariadne
I \V Lawton, Jefferson, Ga IE Williams, do
I Clinat, J F Kiug do
(V L Peimimen, St. Helena] U P King do
(Y It Hoyt, charleston B A Wlilpple, Wilkinson
EMorony, do I Cos Ga
L> BStruuet, S S Contlnen- James It Culrnne, V S vols
tal ]a G W Ranklfi, New York
F A Miltett, HUton Head M Koseiueld, Thomasvllle,
vv L R Rains, Augusta, Ga; Geo
PORT ROYAL HOUSE (HILTON HEAD) AUG. 13.
Dr W H Daley, USA HU-iT Noman N Y City
ton head EC Fox, Asst Surg 21 V
G W Allen, USN | SC i
u Gilbert, Hilton Head 1
SEA ISLAND HOTEL (HILTON HEAD) AUG. 13.
Capt J H Russell, Jack-IOoIBW Thompson, 32 U
sonvile. I SOT
W O'Monk, Beaufort, S CIN S Roberts, Asst ifurg 31
L N Saunders, H Head j US C T
Capt T D Hodges 85 USCI > I Kelly, H Head
1J It Gilmore.
Miuature Almanac—Tills Day.
Sun rises 6 22'Moon sets 012
Sun sets 6 «|Htgli water 2 28
FORT PULASKI, GA., Aug. 13, 1865.
Cast Hiram Briocs, com’g steamer U. S. Grant.
It affords us unfeigned pleasure to offer tiffs testi
monial of the kindness and courtesy extended to us.
In our many trips on hoard the steamers under your
command from time to time, we hope that the future
will always find us so excellently bestowed on "boat
or ship" a3 you have us, and that you will always,
meet friends who will ever remember you as kindly
as Vour3, truly,
James S. Boice, Assistant Surgeon.
Charles 0. Hallett, Captain
Wm. H. Cronk, Jr, R. Q. M
John Henderson, Ist Ueutenant.
A. Marosheit, Lt. and F. M.
Georoe w. Tuthall, 2d Lieut.
Chas. S. Yiiunohast, Ist Lieut.
w. a kalor.
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
- * Arrived.
Saturday, Aug. 12, 1865.
Steamship Ariadne, Crarey, New York, to John R.
Passengers—Chas. Doss, F. Bolg, Joh. F. Coe, W.
n Rice, M L Pcnulmen, B Leary, P F Dennis.
Consignees—Geo. TjNlchol*?, H Memliard, A bro,
Chas. Doss, E E Banem, W H Grady, John Lama,
John Mahon, Lnchtnas, Horne A Caldwell. John
Stnrk. Occonncll Mills, Barry A Batts, Ell Mu -tine.
Brady, Smith A Cos, lln a diamond, R Haverstraw,
Jolm Stark, Horne A Caldwell, T Pease, J Femandey,
double triangle, J C Schreiner, T Bateson, L. 41,
Gardner, J Roseuband, D M R, M G Dobbins, M first
A Cos, c In a diamond, J A Lendrick, M S Mayer, 1)
Selr. B SStraup, M A Cohen, G A 0 In a square, G.
F A Lefller, H A M, and various others.
Steamer Sampson, Denette, Hilton Head.
' Young’s flat, from Augusta, with 260 bales Lpiaud
Cleared. „ „ .
Schr Henry Castoff, Albro, Wilmington, N C, by
Emil Koethcke ACa . . . __
Steamer General Berry, Henry, Augusta, by Chas
Steamer C St Helena, Cereopley, Beaufort, with 290
Brig E B Cook, Speed, New York, bv Blxley A Cos.
PORT OF PORT ROYAL,
Aug. 12— Schooner Aron, Baker, New York.
Aug. 12—Schr Jcwrlre Morton, Glover, Jackson
Ang. 12—8chr Anna Glener, Dasov, Fcrnandlna.
The Kentucky Colored Troops—Sta
tistics Concerning Them. Louisville,
Wednesday, Aug. 9, 1865.—Gen. Brisbin, in
bis official report of ibe organization of col
ored troops, states that Kentucky has fur
nished 28,818 black men to the array. The
107tb. 108tb, 109tb, 114, 115th, lf6th. 117tb,
118th, 119th 122d, 123d. 124th and 125th
regiments of colored infantry are all from
Kentucky. They have been retained in the
service, and the first eight ordered to Texas.
The 4th, Bth, 12th ancl 13th regiments of
colored artillery (heavy,) and the oth and
6th regiments of cavalry are from Kentucky,
and expect the Bth artillery are now on
duty In this State.
Gen. Brisbin says that 24,000 women and
children have been freed, under the act of
March 3. 1865, granting freedom to the
wives and children of the colored soldiers.
The whole number of persons made free
In Kentucky through the instrumentality of
the army is 100,864.
Returning soldiers are going West over
the Pennsylvania Railroad at the rate ot two
or three hundred a month, to take up land*
In the West under the Homestead Law.
—There was a large fire in Galveston on
the 2d Inst, kindled by incendiaries, the
purpose evidently being to destroy the en
The prize money from about 500 naval
captures is announced for distribution at the
Fourth Auditor’s Bureau.
Cmtm «r the fieM Harket slave the 8«i.
peaslea es Specie Payne at*.
The following table shows the rise and fall
of gold from the suspension of specie pay
ments in January, 1862, to the Ist inst. It
will be interesting to many of our readers,
and valuable for reference:
_ . 1862. 1863. 16«4
Dtte. Lnw'st. Higb'at.Low*. High's! Low'atHigh't
January,... Par 105 134 ion 151 \
February. .102 ln4 I*3 n-> 13; iju,
Apth 191 162 146 159 106 IST
“*y JO? HU 143 153 lfis 190
Joly 109 120 123 145 222 290
August .112 110 122 129 231 262
September .110 124 127 143 185 ins
October. ....122 137 140 156 189 229
November.,l29 133 143 154 209 260
December...l36 134 147 152 211 244
1865. IB6r> *
Highest. Lowest. Highest. Lowest.
January .234’, 190?, May. .145 128 G
February.2l6;i 196 1 4 June. 147« 135 k
March.... 201 y t 147*J July. .147 138 s.,
April 160 144
President Johnson’s Policy.—We have
received the following important intelligence
from a private friend who has access to the
best means of information relative to the in
tendons of the United States government
with regard to Mexican matters. President
Johnson has resolved : 1. To sustain by
force of arms, and with all the resources ot
the Union, the Canning-Monroe doctrine in
its integrity. 2. To protest formally against
the armed intervention of Europeun Powers
(France, Austria and Belgium) in the civil
war which now desolates the republic of
A general convention of the States of the
American Union will be • beta at an early
date, in view of calling on the Executive to
effect the expulsion of Maximilan and bis
foreign mercenaries from the sister republic
of Mexieo. The Washington government has
not originated this movement, which is truly
a popular and spontaneous one. It express
es the feeling of both North and South. The
resolutions of the convention will enable
President Johnson to carry out bis policy,
and will of a surety free -the republic of
Mexico from the presence of the degenerate
Hapsburg who now plays the ignoble part of
satrap to Loui6 Napoleon.— London Aduertiser,
Manufacture of India Rubber.—The cen
sus lor 1860, exhibit the total manufacture
ot India rubber goods in the States of New
York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Massachu
setts, Rhode Island and Connecticut to be as
Annual value of product, $5,642,700; an
nual cost ot labor, $794,570; number of male
hands employed, 1,795; number es female
hands employed, 973; cost of raw material,
$3,056,3G0; capital invested, $35,354,000;
number of establishments, 27. In addition,
two establishments, "SIOO,OOO capital; cost of
raw material, $C9,000; male hands employed,
34; cost of labor, $21,600; annual value ol'
product, $125,750, from the manufacture ot
gutia-percha goods in the State of New York.
Internal Revenue Decisions.—The Com
missioner of Internal Revenue to-day made
the following decisions :
Bonds given in action of replevin and in
actions commenced by Capias are held lo Ije
bonds required in legal proceedings and are
therefore exempt from Stamp duty.
Ordinary dredging for the _ purpose of
keeping water channels in navigable condi
tion is considered rather as a work of repair
than a labor of construction, find therefore
contracts for cash labor do not render the
contractor liable to license.
A deed executed prior to Sept. 1, 1862. if.
it was delivered before that date, requires no
stamp, and may be admitted to record. But
if delivered since that date it cannot be
legally recorded unless stamped.
Manufactures in Tennessee.—One of the
largest and finest rolling mills in the United
States is already in operation in Chattanoga,
Tenn., which is turning out the best quality
of railroad iron of the T pattern. A blast
furnace is in contemplation, and a copper
rolling mill of $1,000,000 capital is soon to
be put up in the neighborhood. A large blast
furnace will be commenced in the fall on the
Tennessee river above Chattanooga. Several
coal oil companies are only waiting for ma
chinery to commence operations in different
localities around that place. The oil coal
mines are being" reworked and new ones
From Peru and Chili.—The revolution in
Peru against the government of President
Pezet still prevails. Nothing decisive in the
matter of a military character had occurred
since the date of our previous advices ; but
affairs are represented as lavorable for an
early triumph ot thp revolutionists. The
government troops were being concentrated
near Lima, and it was thought that a deci
sive battle would soon be fought in the vi
cinity of that city. In the republic of Chili
the subject of granting freedom of worship
for all denominations was being agitated.—
Though strongly opposed by the priesthood
and their party,- it has maDy earnest friends
In Congress and among the people, and the
newspapers are almost unanimous in its fa
vor. —A. Y. Htrald.
Meeting of Colored Men at Nashville.
Nashville, August 7, 1865.—At the conven
tion ot colored people of Tennessee, held for
this State, to-day, Mr. Kelson Walker was
elected chairman. He stated the objects of
the meeting to be to petition the Legislature,
and sending a delegation to Washington,
..tin, the privilege of elective franchise, and
to lay their grievances before the people of
the State. .
Several speeches were made in furtherance
Os the object of the meeting.
A Committee on Resolutions will be ap
Tne St. Louis grain elevator will soon be
completed and in operation. This building
is 260 feet long, 85 wide, 128 high on the
land side and 172 on the river, and contalus
103 bins, with a capacity of 1,200,000 bushels
It is expected that 100,000 bushels of grain
per day can be handled easily. In addition
to the ordinary use of t an elevator arrange
ments are in progress by which 10,000
bushels oflgrain can be daily sacked for re
slilpment or other purposes.
The Raleigh Progress states that Governor
Holden has appointed the usual number of
Superior Court Judges and Solicitors for the
State. It is not expected at present that
these Judges will hold the regular Fall Terra
of the Superior Courts. The object seems to
be to hold courts for the trial of criminal
causes only, and for tills purpose a term of
the courts will be ordered in every county
where it may be required.
Texas papers report the robbers infest
ing Texas as having everything their own
way. Several persons in Hays county were
hanged till nearly dead, in order to extort
money from them. Between San Antonia
and Austin the stage* and wagons were re
Ettrick's cotton factory at Petersburg, Va„
was destroyed by fire last Thursday. Loss,
S2OO 000, which is insured for $50,000. Three
hundred hands are thrown out of employ
ment by the fire.
A letter irom Paris received in Washing
ton says that great hope prevails among the
French officials that there will be an Ameri
can recognition of Maximilian at no distant
The Fenian Sisterhood loom up as an
important organization. Kincora is the
name of their lodge, and Sister O’Shay di
rects the circle.
—John Bell, who is now in Nashville, is
said to have failed greatly in health during
the last four years. His teatures show the
ravages of time, and care and trouble.
—Col. J. M. Sanderson has received a let
ter from the Secretary of the Prince
of Wales, congratulating him on the action
of Secretary Stanton.
TH E undersigned having been appoint'd Agent ol
the Sonthem Mutual Insurance Company, Athens,
Georgia, to now ready to resnme the budneea of said
Can be'fonnd at N. A. Hardee A Qo.'s Office. Bay
auli » JOHN N. LEWIS.
Oglethorpe Fire Compaay, No. 1.
A Meeting of this Company will be held at the Court
House on TCKSDAY EVENING, 15th inst., at half
past 6 o’clock.
Ail honorary members and old members are respect
fully invited to attend, as business of importance will
be transacted. By order PHILIP M. RUSSELL,
Attest: C. L. LotusE, Acting Secretary. au!4-2
Savannah. Ang. 14, 1865.
We regret that, from circumstances over which we
had no control, we were compelled to close our busi
ness lor the past two days. Our House was estafc
lished in 1850, and we never before failed to meet all
demands the year round.
We are now receiving a fresh supply, aud can with
safety assure our friends aud the public that our ar
rangements are complete, and that in future there
need be no apprehension of a failure to fill all orders
Ou Market Square, on corner of Bull and Abereom sts,
aud on South Broad street, are now open for the sale of
ICE, and we respectfully ask a renewal of those favors
heretofore so liberally bestowed.
an'l-S HAYWOOD, GAGE & CO.
BATCHELOR'S hath DYE I
The Original and Best in the World ! The only true
and perfect Hair Dye- Harmless, Reliable and Instan
taneous. Produces immediately a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without injuring the hair or skin.
Remedies the ill effects of bad dyes. Sold by all Drug
gists. The‘genuine is signed William A. Batchelor.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEURS,
For Restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
auH-ly CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York.
White Sulphur Springs,
A Popular and Healthful Resorts
THE subscriber is prepared to accommodate Board
ers at the above named Springs, situated wUhin
twelve miles of Lake City and seven miles from Wei
burn Station, on the Jacksonville and Tallahassee
Railroad. Stages connect regularly with the trains to
convey passengers to the Springs.
The Sulphur Springs are noted for the bountiful sup
ply of water and for its medicinal virtues, many case t
of long standing disease having been affected by their
Terms adapted to suit the times.
aul-dl w&2awaw w. A. TURNER.
I. C. FEATHER, M. D.”
Office, 18 1-2 Merchants’ Row,
HILTON HEAD, S. C.
VI r ITH seven or eight good Rooms, within one
t r fourth mile of the corner of Bay and Drayton
streets, if possible; furnished or unfurnished ; lease
not required before the first of November, but will be
taken immediately if necessary to secure It. Apply at
the SAVANN AU HERALD OFFICE. ts au!4
WHISKEY AND TOD Il l'll
THERE will be a Saie at Auction of 11 barrel.
WHISKEY and 13 cast, TOBACCO, at
the Warehouse of the Depot Commissary of Subsist
ence, IIILTON HEAD, S. U., on
Monday, Areg. Ql, ’63.
SALE TO COMMENCE AT 11 O’CLOCK A. M.
U3F- Terms Cash, in Government Funds.
C. S. LAftfGDON,
aul4-6 Captain and C. S.Woluuteers.
Timber & Turpentine Lands
20,000 Acres lu Pierce aud Ware Coun
THE subscriber offers for sale 20,000 acres of Supe
rior Timber and Turpentine Lands lying in
Pierce and Ware counties, lu this state. These lands
were selected with a special view to the timber and
turpentine business, and to a Company contempla
ting the prosecution of that business on a large scale,
offer the greatest possible advantages, as the lands
lie in a body, on the line of the Albany and Gulf Rail
road, and near the junction of that Road with the
lines of Railroad leading from Brunswick to Albany.
They are also watered by the Satilla and Allapaha
rivers, navagable streams for rafting to Brunswick
, and Darien, Ga. The timber to heavy, and of the first
class of ranging timber, the trees yielding tnrpentine
In the greatest abundance, while tile land is of good
quality for farming, yielding good crops of Cora, Cot
ton, Sugar, ftc., ftc.
The range is very fine for stock, the country being
also well adapted to the rai-ing of Sheep. The water
is good, and the neighborhood one of the most
healthy sections of the State, being free from fevers
and the ordinary diseases of the low Southern coun
Persons desiring to purchase, are referred for for
ther particulars to Messrs. Erwin ft Hardee, Savan
nah, or to the subscriber, at Blacksheor, Pierce coun
au4-tf E. C. WADE.
OFFICE PROVOST MARSHAL,
Sub-District of Ogeiviiek,
Savannah, Qa.. August 11,1865,
The people of Savannah are hereby notified that an
office will be opened at the U. S. Custom House on
and after the 12th day of August, ISCS, where Lieut.
W. S. Norton, 153d N. Y. V., Assistant Provost Mar
shal, will be on duty for the purpose of administering
to ladies the Amnesty Oath as prescribed by President
Johnson’s Proclamation of May 29th, 18C5.
Capt and Provost Marshal,
aul2-7 Sub DistrUt of Ogecchee.
FOB HALE H Y
ani4-4 Octavus Cohen.
A Weekly Commercial and Advertising Sheet,
WITH AN EDITION OF 10,000 COPIES, FOR GRA
To be Issued on or about the 15<A of July, 18C5,
Bv J. W. BURKE ft CO., MACON, OA
This enterprise Is undertaken at the suggestion of
many of the leading merchants of the country, ns a
method of extensively advertising their business.—
While we will publish the advertise meats of all who
may favor u< with their patronage, the paper will also
contain Prices Current ot the Markets In all the princi
pal Cities, Rates of Exchange, Brokerage, Jtc., aud
Commercial News of every description that will be of
interest to the Mercantile Community.
Nor will the “Ml BR'JR ” be exclusively filled with
advertisements; bat the paper will De sufficiently large
to leave ample room for Editorials, Correspondence,
Select Reading Matter, ftc. It will be a family, as
wzi.l. as a ursi.Nzss i*apfr, and we intend that it shall
visit every City, Town and Village in the Country.
All can perceive the advantage of advertising in a
paper of this description. OUR TERMS WILL BE
LIBERAL. Wc are unable to publish them in this
Circular, not knowing what number of oar friend, will
want their Business Cards, Notices, ftc., brought be
fore the Public through this medium. We will only
say to all, send yoor Advertisements to us immedi
ately ; state how much space you wish them to occu
py, directions, ftc. We have a large Stock of Fancy
Type, Cuts and material for displaying them, and feel
confident of meriting the patronage and approval of
all Business Men. As soon os we arrive at the amount
of matter and size of paper required, we will make an
estimate, and publish the rates f t advertising, in the
first number. Tuzt will bx as low as rosaisLZ, to
allow us TO publish thr PAPER. Deeming U superflu
ous to argue the benefit of this enterprise to the adver
tizing world, we leave the aubject with It, feeling as
sured lt wlllreaeet Its cordial co-operation and sup
port. ■ Address J. W. BURKE 4 CO.,
Agent in Savannah: . ■
Geo. N. Niobols, Bay Street. jylS-tf
W M. Walsh,
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRIGGLST,
aa!4 Sonrhtast cor. Barnard and Broughton sis.
New Drug House,
Corner Congress and Barnard sts.
JACOB LIPPMAN. late Kino & Wtaisu.
Ttoomu* M. Turner,
Southwestern-. Barnard and Broughton sts.
A A. Solomons At Cos.,
. WHOLESALE and RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
tF~ Orders executed accnrately and with despatch.
O’Toole A Cos.,
BILLIARDS, LIQUORS. WINES. Ac. ‘
Broughtoust.. third door from Bull
Billiard Saloon. Bv WALTER O'MEARA.
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS, ftc.
Bay street, over Express Office.
Untou Shades, Trans.at Nouxnt, Proprietor.
ALES, WINES. LIQUORS, SEGARS, 4c.
65 Bull st„ opposite Pulaski House.
St. Charles Saloon, (in rear of Post Ofllce,) by
A. Stamm, Wholesale and Retail None but
CHOICE WINES and LIQUORS served. Free Lunch.
WINES, LIQUORS, Ac,
HG. Rawe & Cos.,
• WHOLF.SALZ PFAI.KR- IX
LIQUORS. AI.ES AND LAGER BEER,
Cor, St. Julian street .and Johnson square
Israel R. Sealy Ac Cos.,
SOLE AGENTS AND IMPORTERS OF
CHARLES FARRE CHAMPAGNES,
, In the State of Georgia.
207 Bay st., between ltarzard and Jefferson,
an 9 Savannah, Ga.
laracl-R, Scaly & Cos.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
IMPORTED WINES, CORDIALS, BRANDIES AND
ad 9 207 Bay st., betwe- n Barnard and Jefferson
J Lunin, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Spak
• Lin Seoars, Fuenoh Brandies. Wines, Whiskey
and other Liquors. Tobacco of all kinds.
DRY GOODS. ~
John C. Maker 6k Cos., Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in DRY GOODS. HOSIERY, GLOVES.
TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS, Ac, Ac.
Cor, Congress and Whitaker sts.
Thomas Pepper, Wholesale ajidßetail Dealer
in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, at l7)ipfeee
tleiUed Low Prices. ONE PRICK ONLY.
Presdee 6k Orff.
DRY GOODS-Wtini.EßAr.it and Hit a 11..
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, Ac.
Samuel M. Lederer, Jobber and Retailer of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goons. Boots and Suoks,
Clothing, Hats, Ac. 146 Congress street.
- GROCERIES, &c,
SS. MHler, 1r,7 Broughton street, has for sale,
. cheap. Flonr, Sugar, Syrup, Lemons, Hay, Outs,
Corn, Cow P as, Pioders, Potatoes, Turnips, Onions
and Cabbages. . Bui)
\f Ferst 6k Cos.. *\) o.csale Dealer in Wines, Li
gross, Seoars, Fam Candies, Ac.
AP. .Mirii, Wholesale and Retail Deal lit in
• GROCERIES, FRUITS, Ac.
Cor, Whitaker and Congress st. Lane
Coneilon 6k Symons,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Comer Whitaker and St. Julian sts.,
Old Stand of W. R. Symons.
Hilton & Randell, WHOLESALE GROCERS;
193 Bat Street, are constantly receiving per
steamers from N. York, the largest and most complete
assortment of GROCERIES in this city.
E® 3 * Oi yo, Dealer in Choice Family Groceries,
• - Wines, Liqcons, Ac.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
• CONFECTIONER—WhoIesaIe and Retail.
STUUP3, CORDIALS AND FINK CONFECTIONERY
OF ALL KINDS.
• WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
CIDERS, LEMON, STRAWBERRY and RASPBERRY
SYRUPS, CANDIES, Ao., Ao ,
isr- In any quantities, to suil Purchasers.
JT. Reading & Cos.,
Cor, Whitaker and St. Julian sts.
Otown's Photograph Gallery,
AJ Cards De Vibit* and Photocriphb,
GAS FITTING, &c.
"plumbing and Gas Fitting, ~
A By JOHN H. CULLEN,
Broughton s;., one door Wert of Barnard.
WH. \% illiam*. Gas Fitter and Plumiirr,
• and Dealer in Tin Ware. House Furmsuino
goods, Ac. 145 Broughton street
Weed dk Cornwell,
Wholesale Dealers In Hardware and Tin Ware.
- No. 159 and 161 Broughton street.
u • plumber and gas fitter,
91 Bryan st„ next io cor. Whitaker.
SUGARS, TOBACCO, &c.
• SEGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, ftc.
Barnard street, one door South of the Market.
£eoakb, Tobacco, Snuff, Pipe**,
- • Fancy Abticlks, JStationeby, Ac.
and Broughton sts.
IP Constant, luiobtkr of Domestic and Havana
• Seoars, Meerschaum Pipe*, <fcc. Aluo, Winca
Champagnes and other Liquors.
Bull street, opposite the Post Office.
• FORWARDING and COMMLSS’N MERCHANT,
Office Home ins. Cos., 89 Bay st.
Bell) Wyllj & Christian, AUCTION, GEN
ERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS. Bay street. Savannah, Ga.
ANI. Scarbrough & Cos., OeToceky and Com
• mission Merchants, 140 Congress and 67 fct.
Juuan 8t«. Highest market prices paid for Cotton,
Wool, Beeswax, etc. Liberal Advances ou Cotton, Ac.
Erwin A. Hardee,
Bay street, Savannah, Ga.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ames 6k Peabotly, Jobbers in Men’s, Women’s,
and Children’s Calf. Serge aud Kid BOOTS and
SHOES, of all kinds and qualities.
152 Congresß st., 4tn door North of the Market.
Geo. T. Nlcliola,
RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORK.
llu Broughton st.. 2d door irom Bull.
CHINA WARE, Ac.
1.5 D. Smyth, QUEKNSWARE, GLASS AND
-J. CHINA, at Wholesale and Retail.
IflS Bronghton street, 2d door from ( or. of Bull.
John J. Purtille, Gate Recorder of the Second
Provost Court; will attend to all Writings and
Business entrusted to hto care, at Saloon of Terence
Nugent, Jr., opposite Pulaski House.
John Ryan, Bottler of SODA WATER, PORTER
and ALE, CORDIALS, SYRUPS, *o.
Cor. Bay and West Broad streets.
ARCHITECTURE, &c. ~
James C. Blance, Master Carpenter, Architect
and Draughtsman, will attend to all calls on bus
iness lu the above branches. HT Office No. 124 Bay
aireet, next to Stoddard’s Range. auß
Savilie ft Leach,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
Cor. Bryan sfreet and Market Square. _
Vs arlrlng I nit, M.vßcrAcrcsZD and foraale by
ivl DAVID H. GALLO WAV,
Geo. V. Nichols,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER.
sbetween5 between Abercorn and Drayton.
e. j: B^Vo T » A^ H rftc OTAT,oN^
No. 6 Whitaker street,
u W. Mason ftc Cos.,
c. herald job printing office.
No. 11l Bay streot.
Dr. X. Ms Knrrd,
SrcrrHHOß to Dr. E. Pamow,
York street near Court House, Savannah- Qa. aulO
J] WATCHES, JEWELRY, A..
ijt U. Jordan, Dealer in Wat, res and Jewelry,
s Silver and Plated Wake Fancy Goods, 4c.
tP- Watohea and Jewelry Repaired.
129 Congress st., opposite the Pulaski House.
"fit -- ...II
HAIR DRESSING, &c.
Pulaski House Barber Shop, (cor. Bull and
Bryan sts.y Shaving, flair Catting. Shampooing.
Whiskers Dyed, Ac. Fancy Soapa. Cologne. Neck Ties
and other Fancy Articles for sale.
Dcnuts Falvev, FURNITURE WAREHOUSE.
N*\v Work Manr to Order. Repairing. Bell
Hanging, Ac., at short notice. 138 Broughton st.
TWO or three first class boarder* by a private fami
ly, living in a good neighborhood and central.—
Address, for one week, * Sherman,” Herald office.
A NICELY furnished room, without board, where
the people are not too inquisitive. Address,
“iinmes, 11 Herald office. ang-S-lw
FIFTY TONS ot Rags and Waste Paper. The
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID. Also, Cot
ton Pickings, Wool, Hides, Tallow, Grease, Metals,
Bottles, Jtc., at the
FOREST CITY MILLS,
Os New York,
CASH ASSETS, .
Three Million Dollars,
ISSUE POLICIES OF
Fire 8c Marine Insurance
Made payable in GOLD or CURRENCY.
» Negotiable and Bankable
CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE
ARI iSSVID .Y THU ASSOCIATION.
J. T. THOMAS * CO.,
aull-eoJlm 111 Bay Btrreet.
At Low Prices.
JUST ARRIVED, by the steamer Chase,
a Large Assorted Stock of Vegetables, con
Flue Lot of Northern Apples.
All of which will be sold immediately at
low prices, in lots to suit pnrchascis.
E. P. DEl’fi.
133 Broughton street,
Jesse's Old Stand.
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES ALWAYS
TX7ILL be sold at Pottle Auction, ir. accordance
ff with orders from the General Commanding
District ofhavannah, by
Bell, WyJly & Christum. Auctioneers,
ON WEDNESDAY, AUG. 10, AT O A. M.
TITO PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEW INSTRUMENTS
The property of SAM. A. COOLEY, to satisfy judg
ment against said Cooley, lu favor of E. U. Clapp, the
First Provost Conrt, District of Savannah, Jaue Jth,
The - J ale will be held at
BECKETT’S PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY,
North aide of Bronghton, between Barnard and Wbit
WANTED, FIRST CLASS EXCHANGE
ON NEW YORK.
By THOMAS PEPPER,
aul2 3 115 Congress street.
Iron, Iron, Iron.
TX/" ANTED Immediately, Fifty Tons of wrought and
it Cast Scrap Iron and Metals. The highest ca»b
OLIVER ft CO.,
aul2 Forest City Mills, Savannah.
DON’T TRADE FOR THAT
ALL persons are hereby notified not to trade for a
Due Bill given by me to K. G. Wilson and paya
ble to hto order for two hundred and forty dollars and
twenty cents, as said Due BUI has been paid by me
long since. The dne bill to dated February 19th, 18.59,
aut2-3 WM. SWOLL.
GUERARD & FERRILL"
THE undersigned having entered into Copartnership
as Factor*, Brokers and Commission Merchants, will
sell aud parchaae on Conimiwion Coiton, Timber,
Prodnre and Merchandise. Orders and consignments
EDGAR L. GUERARD.
BENJAMIN B. FEURILL
Rcttri™cf9.— Robt. Habersham & Sons, Geo. W.
Anderson, Anthony Porter, Hunter A Qammell, Jno.
L. Viilnlonga. ts auli
k)i iA REAMS Superfine Commercial Note Paper,
P/i pounds to the ream, at the very low price
of IK-' 50 per ream.
Also, a large variety of other Papers, Envelope*,
Pens, Ink, Pencils, ftc.
For sale by
SAVILLE ft LEACH,
anl2 cor. Bryar. street aud Market Square.
And Merchants’ Row, Hilton Head, S. C.
JUST RECEIVED, a large and beautifol assortment
of FANCY GOODS, selected expressly for tbl*
market. Call »nd see them.
C. M. HILLSMAN,
anlJ’-C ' Cor. Bull and Bronghton sts.
HEADQ’RS SUB-DISTRICT OF OQEECHEE,)
SAVAJiNsn, Ga., August 13, 1865. )
No. 91. I
Capt Jno. Mallen, 12th Conn. Infantry, is hereby
relieved from duty as A. A. A. General, Sub-District of
Ogeechee, as his Regiment to to be mastered cat of
Ist Lieut. W. H. Folk, Adjutant U3d N. Y. Infantry,
to hereby announced as A. A. A. G. of the Sub-District
of the Ogeechee. He will be obeyed and respected ac
cordingly. EDWIN P. DAVIS,
auH 7 Brevet Brig. Gen. Cemd’g,
The Savannah National Bank
PREPARED for business,
BANKING HOUSE, IN THE EXCHANGE.
Deposits and Paper for Collection received
Bills on Northern Cities purchased,
Checks on New York famished.
L. C. NORVELL,
L. C. Noevzll, I Francis Sorrell,
Noblz a. Hardee. I J. *7. Latusof,
HENRY 8. FITCH,
Notary and ttollcitor.
Savannah. 2ith June, 1865
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, 1
Ornot of Comptroller or the Corzinot, J-
Washington, Jnne 10th, 1866. )
Wnicßßaa, By satisfactory evidence presented to the
undersigned. It has been made to appear that “Ta*
Savannah National Bans," In the City of Savannah,
in the County of Chatham, and State of Georgia, has
oeen dnly organized nnder and according to the re
quirements of the Act of Congress entitled “ An Act
to provide a National Currency, secured by a pledge of
United States bonds, and to provide for the circulation
and redemption thoreof," approved June 3, 1864, and
has complied with all the provisions of said Act re
quired to be complied with before commencing the
business of Banking under said Act r
Now, therefore, L Freeman Clarke, Comptroller of
the Currency, do hereby certify that "Tn Savannah
National Bank,” In the city of Savannah, in the
County of Chatham, and State of Georgia, to author
ized to commence the business of Banking under the
In testimony whereof, witness my hand and seal of
office. tblalOth day or June. 1866.
, FREEMAN CLARKE.
.„ Comptroller of the Currency
For Southern Bank Notes.
MANNING & DE FOREST,
1» WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
Bank of Berkeley * AT 7o
“ Commerce, Frederickabnrg 2u
‘ Charleston, Charleston 20
the Commonwealth. .
“ Old Dominion
“ Rockbridge .'"*n
“ Rockingham ' 5,
“ Seottsvllle ""on
*• the Valley *
“ Virginia XX
“ Winchester ax
Central Bank of Virginia So
Corporation of Alexandria fn
Danville Bank, Danville o)j
Exchange Bank of Va„ Norfolk.. ’ on
Fanners’ Bank of Fincastle XX
„ ” “ Richmond m
Merchants'Bank, Lyndhbnrg... SX
Monticello Bank * ?!:
Northwestern Bank at Jeffersonville to
Southwestern Bank, Wythesville on
Traders'Bank, Richmond S5
Bank of Cape Fear „
“ Clarendon ;*
“ Comracice 7“
r - Fayetteville }/(
“ Lexington. S
*• North Carolina ,X
“ YtmccvUle * X?
Commercial Bank, Wilmington 9-
Farmers’ Bank of North Carolina or.
Merchants’ Bank, Newbern .
Bank of Camden , 0
•• Charleston ,5
“ Ueoigetown ,S
:: S a T nrg *
“ Newbury r..-
” South Carolina .......... Jr
“ State of South Carolina. ‘
Commercial Bank. Columbia. .. ii
Exchange *• .. V
Farmers'and Exchange ... . ' Jx
Planters’ and Mechanics' Bank'. ii
South W. It. R ‘
Union Bank ' qjj
Augusta Insurance and Banking Company 12
Bank of Augusta it
" Athens ii
” Columbus 7X
‘ Commerce if,
“ Fulton If
“ Empire State }x
“ Middle Georgia
“ Savannah 5,
Bank of Slate of Georgia .1“
Central Railroad Banking Comoanv c-
City Bankof Augusta 3 .J
Farmer*’ and Mechanics " (X
Mari *** and Banking Company 15
Mechanics’ Bank !!!”
Merchants and Planters’ Bank. 10
Timber Cutters’ Bank f ?
Bank of Mobile C(i
Commercial Bank X:
Southein «■ i‘.7!''.i.'.' 05
Bank of Chattanooga ,0
“ Memphis Jo
“ Middle lennewee 6 n
“ Tennessee on
“ West Tennessee ,u
City Bank of Nashville ' 3?
Commercial Bank '"!>X
Merchants' “ _
Ococe “ ...; ’.
Planters’ « 50
Shelbyville •• <, u
Traders' “ Xs
Bonk of America 95
New Orleans 50
Citizens' Bank 92
Crescent City . 60
Louisiana State Bank . .50
Mechanics' and Traders' Bank . . .’ 90
Merchants’ •* ‘., 'jn
Union i* 50
New Orleans City Scrip ' _ 99
STATE BONDS AND COUPONS.
Virginia Bonds and Con pons 67 to 60
N Carolina ** - ...... 7a
S Carolina “ •• ..... Z
Memphis City “ •• ... 70
Augusta, Ua. “ « cs
City of Memphis Coupons 75
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Coupons '. 55
frmn July ,V f3«l >lia * bon£ht 7(1111 Coupons Included
These Quotations are liable to fluctuate, and cannot
be relied ou for any length of time.
The Notes mast be of the Issue before the war, and
We pay the above rates in United States Legal Ten
der Notes, or in Gold Coin at market rates. If desired
by parties. Packages of notes can be sent by Express
wlttUnstructlons. Remittances made promptly.
BOARD, ROOMS, fttc.
ROOMS TO LET,
A.t Hilton. Head, S. 0.,
THE Palmetto Herald Building having been Newly
Fitted Up, now offers large and airy rooms, suita
ble for Sleeping Apartments or basinets purposes.
For terms apply to W. 8. Sampson, Jr., Box No. 25,
Hilton Head Post Office, or on th* premises, corner of
Merchants' Row and Palmetto Avenue, from 4 o’clock
w 6 o’clock p. m. Jtffi*
VOXiKB’ GAR Tung,
(Congress»L, between Jefferson and Montgomery sts.,3
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON.
PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERT NIGHT.
Prof. B. Richter, Leader,
v«rf£„ ReffC " hm * n, ' l<)f the beet quality and to every
Tarlet i lmo anlo
_ _____ SHIPPING.
itlaixtie Coast Mall Wtearn
For New York,
DAY, the 17th Inst, .Tlo o™» t
For Freight or Passage, having very superior accorn
moa&tions, apply to
>n4 JOHN R. WILDER,
PIONEER LIKE FOR HI YORK
The tr ' s - Mail Steamship PERIT,
E. A. Dzlanoy, will sail for the
above port on her regular day,
Thursday, Aug. 17th, at - O’clock.
For Freight or Passage, having superior accommo
dationa, apply to
BUNTKR A QAMMELL,
au!4 4 qa b. _.
The first class U. S. Mail Steamships
NEVADA. . • . . . rim , _
UNITED STATES. . . . V
AMERICA, . . . Uapt. Sharl.
CONSTITUTION, . ' , pt ' Ct,rr
’ - - Capt. Grkman.
The shove ships compose the -Line, and wiU sail
L°“rda7 YOrk '* nilSavaunall every Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO, Agents, • -
WAKEMAN, GOOKIN A DICKtNSOM.Cento.
— IT Broadway. New York.
Bailing itilfe Vessel*.
Regular Weekly Lime of
CLIPPER SCHOONERS FOR
THE undersigned intend to keep np a regular week
ly line of first class Sailing
iween Savannah and the above port, with suDerinr
aceommodafion ß for passengers and the very best fa
dhues for delivering freight in good orderlatTowmtS,
with Promptings nn( j j, Partlcnlar attention
Ziven to forwarding goods from New York ™
i ,o CHARLES L. COLBY & CO.,
cor. Bay and Abereom streets.
Sailing jgg V essels
FOR NEW YORK,
The Flrtt Class Fast Sailing Baltimore Clipper
WENONAH, Capt. Warner,
Will have immediate despatch for the above port.
Has room for some light freight on deck.
Superior accommodations for passengers.
First Canm S3O
Apply early to
C. L. COLBY k CO.,
Sll ~ Corner Bay and Abereom streets
Cotton and other Freight
FOR NEW YORK.
Merchants Line Sailing Vessels
T H Robf H l Mi?,h l lte, Bchooner OVOCA, Captain
a *?“■ “-Mitchell, will commence loading for the
t°h« re?h ra f* T ; til S 10th ’ and wm
batnrday, the 12th Inst. Has superior accommoda
fcW. In the First Cabin.
Fare *3O. Apply to CHAS. L. CO BY A CO,
FOR NEW YORK.
rJTD-. GEORGE AMOS. Stenson, master,
now discharging at Anderson's wharf foot
of Barnard street, wUI be ready to receive
freight on Wednesday, August 9th, and will
have dispatch. For freight or passage apply to
GADEN ft UNCKLEs: AgenU,
augS-tf cor. Bay and Barnard sts.
THE British Bark NUTFIELD, Hollis.
t —(JV Maater i having the greater poruon of her
cargo engaged, will have qnick despatch for
the above port.
For balance of freight apply to
6»9 BRIGHAM, BALDWIN ft CO.
TIHE Al .q Schooner, PILOT’S BRIDE, now loading
for the above port, wants Deck Freight to com
plete her cargo.
Apply to L. J. GUILMABTIN A- CO., Agts.,
aiiU-2 No. 148 Bay st.
FOR DOCTOR TOWN,
THE New and Light Draught Iron Steamer WM G.
GIBBONS. Capt Philpot, will leave Dillon's
Wharf, as above, on TUESDAY MORNING, 15th Inst
at 9 o’clock
Freight will be received np to 8 o’clock on the morn
ing ol departure.
Freight payable on the wharf.
Liability of the boat to cease when the frei 1
~. „ ERWIN ft HARDEE,
auH 2 Agents.
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS.
O’NEIL’S FLATS Nos. 1 and 2 will leave for the
above port ou WEDNESDAY, the 16th inst.—
Insurance guaranteed at the lowest rates. Only a
'lmited quantity freight taken.
Way freight payable by shippers. Apply to
CRANE, JOHNSON ft QRAYBILL,
RECEIVED PER STEAMER CHASE, .
200 kits (new 1865), No. 1 Family
an9-tf N. A. HARDEE 4 CO.
Offices to Let.
TWO ROOMS TO LET, SUITABLE FOR
Apply at the HERALD OFFICS.
Cellar to Let.
TO LET. A LARGE CELLAR, SUITABLE FOR
Apply at the HERALD OFFICE.
100 Barrels Fresh Flour.
Per schooner Henry Castoff, landing at Anderson*
aoll KHN ft CO.