»*,us.JL J. octuum* Ago.jiavejmt received
a of goods much needed In tills market. Sec
a.lvtiy«a» ient -
in: tvv Stock of goods for Salk.—The attention
of li ill want Os Groceries, etc.. Is directed to the ad
v.-in-cnieul of Messrs, t’lias. L Colby & Cos., Hay
.ticct. corner of Ahercom street.
\mvsi• ok Tins Stkamship l’KKlT.'—This steamer,
of tile Pioneer Ulie. Capt. Delanoy, arrived at this
, ~.,|. iday from Sett York. We are indebted to
I'otsi r Ilaskell and Steward McKee for favors.
mtkbhiu Havana Chiars and Tobacco.—We In
attention to the advertisement of Mr. It. Molina,
iaatioiher column. Mr. M. has just returaed from
Havana, where he personally selected the large stock
f superior Cigars, iznifand Smoking Tobacco which
', oitoits to the public at wholesale and retail. A Her
• orieiical test we do not hesitate to recommend bis
' i ■•ars and tobacco to the lovers of the weed as being
01 very superior quality. Connoisseurs and dealers
! ill do well to give him a call at His old stand, cor
rof Bull and Congress street, where they will also
fmd a well selected stock of articles in his line.
Tier Pic-Nic at Isi.k ok Hone To-day.— An oppor
muitv is afforded to-day for pleasant recreation and
mrovment by the pic-nic and chowder party given
I,V Jlr dallies K. Flanders, at his plac i at Isle of
Hope. Those who wish to enjoy a pleasant exenr
jljn a iHiuiitiful least of good tilings, and get a sniff
ot iltc fresh sea breeze, so grateful ami invigorating
,i mis sultry weather, should not fail to embrace the
opportunity. Mr. Flanders is determined that his
,'iesis shall enjoy themselves, and whatever he un
dertakes in tlutl line lie is vory certain to accom
.™,.. r PKOVOST COIRT—BZFORK LIEUT. COL. KOBT.
p r. YOKE, DISTKICT I’HOVOW MARSHAL.
SAVANNAH, Aug. 15, 1885.
Paul F. Beardsley vs. Julius Purges, X. X. Hardee
v the above case, N. A. Hardee & Cos., having
been ordered to retain In their possession flats Nos.
1 and if, of Dispatch Line, from Augusta, as well
as%!l freights, subject to the order of the Provost
Marshal; and the salil X. A. Hardee A- Cos. having
inaiie their answer to said order, in which It appears
that they accepted a bill for $1,2U0, upon the faith of
the consignment of said boats, flats and freights,
which bill is not paid: It was ordered tlmt said X.
\ Hardee retain a sufficient amount ol said freights
to pay said bill. And it was further ordered, that the
charges and expenses of the said X. A. Hanlee A
10. as contained in their return, tic allowed to them,
except the item of attorney’s fees. And it was also
order*!, lliat the plaintiff pay all the costs of suit.
Counsel fur plaintiff, Col. A. W. Stone; Hon. Walter.
S. Chisholm for garnishee.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Tuesday Evesinu, Aug. 15, Mbs.
The Dry Goods trade continues without change and
presents no new features.
Provisions, Onions, Potatoes and Cabbages con
tinue selling at ruinous priees. There is much im
provement, though, in the rates for Cabbages.
Since our last issue, the Upland Cotton market has
sustained a flirt her decline of Ito 2 cents. All stocks
of good Cotton for sale on the merchants’ floors were
withdrawn on Saturday and yesterday. Sea Islands
are dull, and we have not heard of any material
transaction that would give a basis for quotations.
Bacon continues very scarce and none offering at
wholesale. The transactions are confined exclusively
to the retail trade.
Exchanue.—There continues a limited business In
all descriptions of paper. We offer the following as
a ftm statement, prepared fpr the Herald :
llatik Notes for Selling Kir Aonpe.—Foreign Ex
change, nothing doing; checks on New York, 1 per
cent ; checks on Philadelphia, l per cent; checks on
Baltimore. 1 per cent ; checks on Boston, 1 per cent.
Bunk Notes for Purchasing Exchange, —Foreign
Exchange, nothing doing ; checks on New Yolk,
»i"ht, 'a to per cent; chocks on Xe w York,3o days,
1 per cent and Interest; checks on X. Y ork, 80 days,
1 per cent and interest; checks on Philadelphia* 6o
days, l percent and interest; checks on Baltimore,
60 days. 1 per c«ut and interest; checks on Boston,
60 days, 1 per cent and interest:
SrEt’iß—'There Is hardly a noticeable change in the
demand or sale of gold ami silver. Gold is selling at
40 to 40'j ¥ cent, premium, and buying at 44,‘ 2 to 4ft.
SilveV, buying rate, 35; sellhig at 40 per cent.'pre
FRKiuirrs—A good boatable river and large re
ceipts of cotton has caused considerable activity.
Freights to New York by sail vessels have declined.
Wc give tlic following as fair quotations: To Augus
ta, measurement goods, $1 per foot; by weight, #t
per etvt. Cotton to New York (compressed,) by
sicamer, ’ 4 cent per lb; by sail vessel. cent per it,;
uncompressed, by sail vessel, % rent per lb. To
Florida, goods by weight, $1.50 per cwt.; measure
ment, 30 cents per foot. Liberal deductions for large
shipments to Florida will be made.
Insurance. —Avery fair business is doing In nil
descriptions of insurance. The rates charged by
steames from Augusta on cotton and domestics are
from iff to 2 per cent; bv flat boats 3 per cent; up
river risks by steamer l per cent.
Stocks and Bonds.—A very limited business do
in'! iu all descriptions of stocks. They are not quot
Usuuurknt Money.—There is a fair business in
bank bills without change iu quotations. We con
tinue die quotations of last week :
Bank State of Georgia. 20c.
Marine bank of Savannah aOc.
Planters’ Bank of Savannah 15c.
Banket Savannah 30c.
Central Bailroad A Banking Company of Ga.,...50c.
Since our last report a further decline of 1 to 2 cts.
V lt> has occurred, showing, a continued decline in
the market. The lower grades brought to market are
iu very bad order—the cotton stained and wet, and
the llagging iu shreds.
The following antin' quotations:
;.qsf Report. Present Report
Ordinary, • 281330 c 2Sfu <soc
Middlings, 34&>37e 34©360
Good Middlings, 10(c 41c 3S@4oc
KKCEtVEI) SINCE 12TU INST.
Sea Islands ~
TOT*k RECEIPTS SINCE AUGUST IST.
Upland Cotton I W® l
Sea islands..- so
Domestics vl ~‘
FROM AUGUST IST TO AUGUST 9TU.
Upland Cotton • • •
Sea Islands *2
ExI'OKTS FROM lgnl INST.
Upland Cotton i 124S
Sea islands • • lo
TOTAL. EXPORTS FROM AUGUST IST TO AUGUST 15TI1.
Upland Cotton. *. 418,1
Sea Islands...'. *••• **2
Domestics.. ••• BUO
Butter.—A very ample supply of Goshen Butter,
superior for table use, is offering from store. It is
selling at 40 cents r* lh by the package-; an inferior
article can lie purchased at 38 cents j* lb, suitable
for cooking purposes.
Ciieesk. —There is quite an aliundaiit supply of ex
cellent. Goslieu Cheese offering; the selling rate is
18 cents t* lb by the box from store.
Gaisins. —The stock offering Is very small. From
Store by the box we quote at $5 to $«.
'Lemons. —There is if fair supply of Sicily Lemons
offering from store. We quote *l2 to 12 30.
Oranc.es.— From store there is u supply offering
Which is equal to the demand. We quote tp i„, x
sl2 to 12 50. .
Sugars.— The stock, offering of all descriptions of
Sugars is ample. We quote Brown at 15 to it cents
lit ; Ilellned at 21 h,; Coffee Sugars 20 cents, a
considerable Jsale of Brown Sugar was made from
tstore at 14 cents p lb.
Wines anp Liquors.— 'There is u limited business
doing hi liquors of all kinds. From store, we quote
as follows : Wallace's Imperial Nectar, 43 00 t> gal
j«; Columbian Gin, *3 30 ; Old Kentucky Whiskey,
S3; Genuine Old Kentucky Whiskey, sl4 t» case ;
Virginia Mountain Dew Whiskey, $2 To per gallon ;
Old Plantation Bourbon Whiskey, $3; Fuller's Old
Hje Whiskey, 44 30 to #3; Old Santa Cruz Whiskey,
warranted genuine, $s to *10; P. 11. Goddard s Bran
dy, sls y gallon; SelgueUe, lie ; UtwU, Dupuy A
Coffee.—Tlw stuck us Coffee offering is limited,
that is, merchantable good qualities. We quote at.
Domingo at Me. V lb.; Hlo, 32c.feD4c.; Java, 3!xl(®
42c. ¥ lb.
limes.—Plus article we quote at rates ranging from
8 to 9 eta.
Leather.—For flue Hemlock Tainted the rate con
tinues unchanged, viz : 40c. ¥ lb.
Cotton *nd Wool Cards.—Our market is now
amply supplied with these articles. From store Cot
ton Cards are netting ai am ¥ dozen : Woo! Cards ft
Turnips.—Northern Turnips are plentiful, selling
from store in lots at $3 and retail «4 ¥ hhL
Peas.—A fair demand continues for Georgia Cow
Peas at $250 ¥ tmshel.
Lumber and Shinoi.es are in fair demand. From
mill Yellow Pine Lumber and Scantling is selling at
$45 ¥ M feet. A large lot of White Hue Hoards and
Scantllag have changed hands since out last report
upon the basis of quotations. While Pine Hoards,
rough, we quote at $35 to 45 ¥ SI feet, according to
the size of the lots ; Dressed White Pine Boards we
quote at sfsvr-.M, js .Mfeet. Cedar Shingles are in
fair demand at $8 ¥ M.
Nails.—A large and well selected stock of Boonton
Nalls are offering iu llie market. Sales are rejiorted
of assorted sizes at prices ranging from $8 to $6 25.
Crackers.—The market is well supplied with all
descriptions of crackers. We quote Butter Crackers
at 13c. ¥ ff', l>y wholesale ; Oyster Crackers, 15 to
15.',c. ¥ lb. Tlie stock offering is ample.
Onions.—Offering stock more than ample. Great
sacrifices have been made by overstocking the mar
ket. The mallei orNgavel of the auctioneer lias at
public outcry knocked off several large lots at very
jow rates; We quote at #3 50 to $4.
C.vHßAois.—’The old story of an overstocked mar
ket is applicable to this Vegetable. They have been
selliug at various priced to-day. Good lots will
bring sl2 to sls ¥ hundred.
Fi-our.—Our market is well supplied with all
grades of Flour. The demand conthmes for city
bade; few orders for shipment. Grades for general
family use, J:i ¥ hbi; Family, first quality, $lO to
$lO 50 ¥ bill.
Camu.es.—From store, Adamantine are selliug at
28 to 2Sc. ¥ lb by the box.
Soaks—The stock of all descriptions offering is
quite large. For the lower grades of Soap the rates
are 10 to 12J4 cents. Colgate’s Family, 13 to 14c. ¥
lb by the box.
lUv—No change ; stock ample ; a sale from the
wharf was reported at $1.25 ¥ ewt.; from store, by
retail, $1.50. •
Hope—The market is well supplied with Kentucky
Rope, which sells at 18c. ¥ lb.
Baowsg—Sales of Gnntiv Bagging are reported at
28c. ¥• lb.
Starch—The present offering stock is ample: Com
mon brands are selling at 12c. ¥ lb. Kingston's
best, 12‘ a o.; Dmycu’s, lie. ¥ lb. i
Corn—The offering stock continnes ample. From
store the sales continue light, at $1,25 to $2.30. It
will take several weeks to reduce the stock in this
city, the market being overstocked.
PULASKI HOUSE, AUGUST 15.
W L Walthot r, ICapt E A Delanoy, steam-
Fred Chilly, ! ship Perit,
C 11 Creirx, j Haskell, steamship Perit,
John W Pollock, Lt and A’J 0 Chance, Fort Pulaski,
A A G, Ilep’t of S C, W J Lawton, S (’,
.1 F Bvtlicwood, 10 O Dow, 21st U S C TANARUS,
T W Si,,,kins, IT R Riddel', IT a,
HJ Marsbm, Boston, I Dan He Xoyells, Brooklyn
Jacob Weak, X Y, < Danl Van Chip,
HE Allen, USX, Brook- B Dreux,
lyn, X Y, J Dreux,
.lessee Mevlle, H Head, Milford lingers, X Jersey,
Wm Harrison A servant, .1 Williams, do
Charleston, J C Willingham, Albany,
Wm (’ McKenna, II Head,* Gu,
Capt G W Goslin, J Dab Rice, G 11 R,
F*A Van Bennett, • It Lawton, Albany, Ga,
A Bt'ustls, IG X Sanders.
SKA ISLAND HOTEL (HILTON HEAD) AUG. li.r.
Lt J H Sweritager, 26tU UlCapt Horne, Str Coinit,
s C TANARUS, ICapt S Cowdrey, U b A,
S Shuouds, Baltimore, jOapt E A Pinions, 153d X
W U I'rescut, S<» 1 Y Vols,
\V Hammond, Ga, i J L Stevens, Manches-
Capt oti Dyer, 2ii USC TANARUS, ter, X 11,
Lt A Gardner, do 1) Bobiuson, Beaufort,
Capt A C McDonnell, do |w Starr, jr, steamer Eta-
Col WII Gueruey, do pire City,
L C Chapin, Surg U S Vols, ..I II Sears, Ed'r New South
Hilton Ih'ad, A Linford, Hilton Head.
Lt J Reed, .‘nth US C T-, |
.PORT ROYAL HOUSE (IHLTOX HEAD) AUG. 14.
Wll Green, Charleston, 11, Waters,
G X Little A lady, • O W Lenuorn,
L 0 Styles, Mrs Uper, Savannah,
If G Wilder, Surg.ss Mass j w llizitou,
Vols, Mrs Boyle,
J F Lines, Ass't Surg 12th Mr Couslin A lady.
Conn Vols, W Williams A lady, 28th l"
T B Sprague, Charleston, 8 C TANARUS,
M Emery, do L D Hountree, Ga,
y'apt G England, 28 USCT, Lt I) Gardiner. 28 C S C T
Capt W Bobbins, do J W Stockton, *
Lt J Sipple, 128tli U Sl’T, D 11 Kubluson, Beaufort,
Beaufort, G Hcrrigton, X Y,
L llall, I Kurlv, II Head,
G Quliiiby, VV Bey'ee, Charleston,
1) Robinson, j Lt E L Miller, 28th USCT,
Mllintliie Almanac—This Day.
Sun rises 5 23.M00n sets f 0.1
Sun sets.j 6 431 High water 3 31
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Tuesday, Aug. 1'5,1885.
Pioneer Line Steamship Perit, Delanoy, Xew York,
tp Hunter A OatnmcU.
Passengers.—J Dreux, It Dreux, J Week. Robert
Brown, Anthony ltusli, Wm Van Clcef, Edw Letcher,
Mrs C Henderson.
CoNsiUNKEs.—Adams' Express Cos, W A Beard, 3 P
Bridges, H Balfour, Martin Beytagh, A I. Bradley, M
V Cohen, M Duggan. John IH-ppish. Erwin A Hardee,
Haul Finnegan, Gaden A Uuc'kies, John Gillilapd A
Cos, C L Gilbert, limiter A GanuueU, Hilton A Kamk-11,
Itolit Habersham A Sons, I)r .1 K Powell, Ives A Cos,
August Kohler. Emil Koetehke A Cos, M J Lippman,
c w A W it Y Long, Lovell A Lattimore, M l.avin, M
II McCarthy, John McMahon, 8 W Afcrem A Cos, Tims
Mallov, M S Mever, T Nugent, Jr, G W Porter, WH
Stark, Pie-rcg Skehaii.VNtuart A Cos, J It Scaly A Cos,
I! G Tilden, Dr IV M Walsh, Weed A Cornwell, N Wolf,
Steamer U S Grant, Briggs, Hilton Head.
Tug Starlight, Wilson, Tybee Hoads,
Steamer Wm G Gibbons, Philpot, Doctor Town, by
Erwin A Hardee.
Tug C T Shepherd, Bliss, Tybee Hoads.
Steamer Sampson, llemiette, Hilton Head.
Steamer Augusta, Lawler, Augusta.
PORT OF PORT ROYAL,
Aug. 14—Seltr Emma Baeofi, Case, Portland.
HEADQUARTERS DISTRICTA)F SAVANNAH,
Ist Division Dki-artmem ok Ukokoia,
Savannah, flla,. August 15,1805.
General Orders, )
No. 15. /
All Commissioned Officers and enlisted men belong
ing to thu 75th New York Vols., Seth Maine Vols. and
goth Mass. Vols., on detached service and absent from
their commands, will lie relieved at once and ordered
Cojoia their reiqicctivc regiments lor master out.
By command of
Bvt Major Gen. J. M. BRANNAN.
Will. A. Cooltkb, A. A. G. auglo-2
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OFFH'IAI— IIISTIIDT OF SAVANNAH.
HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF BAVANNAH.)
Ist Divissox, Dkimbtukst or Georola, l
Savannah, July!!', 18(3. )
Spbciai. Order, I
No. lC f
I. Capt. John Martin Lusdne. • Schooner “Man
Agnes," having violated (sere, ~! Order No. ftp. Head.
quarters Department of Ihe Son tip M yy 8, 1885. ,-tali
lobiti" quarantine regulations for the District of Sa
vanuah. Ga., in allowing communication with Ahe
shore, is hercliy tilled the sum of one Hundred Dollars,
lie will bo kept hi confinement until the above amount
By Command of
Brevet Maj. Gen. J. M. BIIAXNAN.
Wat A. Coulter. Capt. & A. A.«. jysl
HEADQUARTERS, DLSTKIC’T OF SAVANNAH, /
Ist DlVISI((N, Dkh’t. of Gkoroia, >.
Savannah, Ga., August Ist, 1565. j
No. i». /
The following Circular from Headqnartere Depait
mem of Georgia, is published for the mfoimatinu of
ail concerned, and will i»e carried into cxceutioirat
HEAOyJtS DEI’AKMENT OF GEORGIA,!
Augusta, Ga., July 31,1865. /
No. 1. )
Inorderto afford ample opportunity to the people
of Georgia to take tile oath ol allegiance preserilred in
the President’s Amnesty Proclamation of May 2!l,
1805, it is ordered, first, District dommunder* will at
once select, for the purpose of administering the Oath
o! Allegiance, one Assistant Provost .Marshal for every
four counties in his district, reporting the names of
such officers so selected to this office r these officers
owever, proceed at once to administer the Oath
Second, District Commanders will designate the
four counties assigned to each District Provost Mar
shal, and the same will lie numbered as a Subdivision
ol the District.
Third, The Assistant Provost Marshal so designated
will visit the county seat of each county iu his subdi
vision as oiten as practicable, and remain in each
county seat three or four days; at such visit he first
causing public notice to be given of the time, in the
newspapers of the districtor otherwise. All possible
despatch must be used by the Assistant Provost Mar
shal to complete administering the oath to citizens
consistent with their duties and the public interest.
Fourth. For intbrm'atkin on the subject of the duties of
Assistant Provost Marshals lu administering the oath,
form or report to this office, &r„ attention is called
Ciicular 5, Headqnartrs' Military Division ol the Ten
nessee, June 25,1805.
Tiy command of
Major General BTEKDMAN.
(S)gnedj C. 11. GROSVENOK,
Brevet Brig. Gen. and Provost Marshal Gen. •
By command of
Brevet Mij. Gen. J. M. BKANNAN,
Will A. Coulter, A. A. G. • au2-7
HEADQ’RS DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH.
Ist Division, Dkk't or Georgia,
Oi rioß ok Provost Marsal,
Savannah, Ga., August 10th, 1805.
The following is published for the information of all
fIIYTM.EORAITI FROM ABOUSTA, DATED AUGUST 10, 1885.]
To Lieut. Col. R. P. 'York:
Your despatch received. My order of August 3d ap
plies to women and children as well as men, und they
must take the oatli before the privileges can be granted
C. If. GROSVENOK,
Brevet Brig. Gen. and P. M. G.,
„ Department of Georgia.
By order of
Tlrev. Maj. Gen. J. M. BRANNAX.
_ ROBT. P. YORK,
oull-( Lieut. Col, ami l'rovost Marshal.
UEADtj’RS DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH, 7~
Ist Division. Department of Georgia, -
Savannah, Ga,, Aug. 14, 1505.)
No. 13. f
All Commissioned Officers and enlisted men belong
ing to the 14th Maiuc, Sth ludiaua umLlsth Indiana
Voluuteers, now on detached service within this Dis
trict, will join their commands at once for muster o#t.
By Command of
Brevet Major General J. M. BRANNON.
Will A. Coulter, A. A. Gen. auls-2
OFFICIAL—BI'KE.U' OF FHKEDMEV.
WAR DEPARTMENT, )
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Alwnd’nd Lands,!
Wasuinuton. July 12, 1885, 1
Circular, V «
No. 11. f
Instructions to Assistant Omnmtssioners and other
Each Assistant Commissioner will be careful, in the
establishment of sub-districts, to have the office of his
agent at some point easy of access for the people of
He will have at least one agent, either a citizen,
military officer, or enlisted man, in each sub-district
This agent must be thoroughly instructed in his du
ties. lie will be furnished with tile, proper blanks for
contracts, and will institute methods adequate to meet
tlie wilnta of his district in accordance with the rules
of this Bureau. No fixed rates of wages will be pre
scribed for a district, lmt in order to regulate fair wages
in given individual cases, ihe agent should have in
mind minimum rates for his own guidance By care
ful inquiry as to tlie hire ol an able-bodied man when
the pay went to the master, he will have an approxi
mate test of the value of labor. He must of course
consider the entire change of circumstances, and be
sure that the laborer has due protection against avarice
and extortion. Wages had belter be secured by alien
on the crops or land. Employers are desired to enter
into written agreements with employees, setting* lorth
stated wages, or securing an interest in the land or
crop, or both. All such agreements will be approved
by tlie nearest agent, and a duplicate filed in his office,
lu case there should be no agent within reach, the
nearest postmaster will forward the duplicate of con
tracts direct to the Assistant Commissioner for the
Attention is specially called to section 4 of the law
establishing th«* bureau, with refill and to Betting apart
land to “every male citizen, whether refugee or freed
man,” Ac., and the same arrangement is recommend
ed when it cum Ihj effected, between private parties.
Already many farmers have rented lands to freedmen
and refugees This course is a recognition of the gen
eral principal in the law.
In order to enforce the fulfillment of contracts on
both contracting parties, t he Commissioner of the Bu
reati lays down no general rule—the Assistant Com
missioner must use the privileges and authority he
already has. Provost courts, military com missions,
local courts, when the freedmen and <*ffngee« have
equal rights With other people, are open to his use; In
tlie great majority ot eases his own arbitrament, or
that of his agent, or the settlement by referees, wil
No Assistant Commissioner, or agent, is authorized
to tolerate compulsory unpaid labor, except for the
legal punishment of crime. Suffering may result to
some extent, but suffering is preferred to slavery, and
is to some degree the necessary consequence of events.
In all actions the officer should never forget that no
substitute for slavery, like apprenticeship without
proper consent, or peonage, fi. e., either holding the
peonle by debt, or conllning them, without consent,
to the land by any system,) will be tolerated.
_ The Assistant Commissioner will designate one or
more ot his agents to act as the general superinten-.
dent of schools (one lor each State) for refugees and
freedmen. This officer will work as much as possible
in conjunction with State officers who may have school
matters in charge. If a general system can be adopt
ed for a State, it is well; but if not, he will at least
take cognizance of all that is being done to educate
refugees and freedmen, secure proper protection to
schools and teachers, promote rtiuthod and efficiency,
eorresixmd with the benevolent agencies which are
supplying his held, and aid the Assistant Commission
er in making his required reports.
Surgeon C. W. Iloruur, Chief Medical Officer of the
Gureati, will have the general supervision of medical
matters connected with refugees and treedmeu.
The Assistant Commissioners will instruct their
medical officers, as they have instructed other officers
to make the medical department self-supporting as
ml* as possible.
All public addresses of a character calculated to
craate discontent are reprehensible ; but the Assistant
Commissioner and his agents must explain, by con
stant recapitulation, the principles, laws and regula
tions of this Bureau, to all parties concerned. It is
recommended to the Assistant Commissioners to draw
up in writing a careful summary to be publicly and
privately mid by agents throughout their respective
O. O. HOWARD,
nnl-7t Major General, Commissioner.
HEADERS MIL. DIV. OF Til S TENNESSEE,
Office Pkovost Marshal (Jkkkeai,.
Nashville) Tenu., June 25, 1 t»:
To secure uniformity throughout the Military Divis
ion of the Tennessee, in administering the Amnestf
Oath prescribed by the President in In's Proclamation
of May I‘th. ISO:*, and to preserve the records of such
oaths the Major General Commanding directs that
such oaths be subscribed in triplicate; two numbers
on sheets or rolls, one of which is to be filed at IX*-
partment Headquarters, and one to be forwarder to
the Department of State at and one con
venient copy to be given the party subscribing the
Blanks for the purpose will be furnished each De
partment from tins office.
The Amnesty Oath will not be administered to such
j>erson* as are excepted from the benefits of the Presi
dent’? Proclamation; except fur the purpose ot ena
bling them to apply to the President lor special par
don, and in such cose* but one copy of the oath wifi Ik*
subscribed, which copy will, by theoflicer administer
ing the oath, be attached to, and form a part of, the
applicant’s jietitioti for pardon.
Iu all special applications for pardon, the applicant
mu*t state clearly aud fully, under how many and which
of the exceptions named iu the President s Proclamation
his case comes; he must also state whether the Govern
ment has taken possession of any pprt oi hia yrv»|M rty,
also wlie her any proceedings are pending against him In
any of the I’pited States Courts for treason, of for con
•ijiiiAcy against the Government of tlie United States,
and tlie tacts statist iu such application must be sworn to
before they w ill be forwarded.
Thfrpetition will then be forwarded by the officer nd
ininiMering tlie-oath to the Department Commander,
who will,-before forwarding the same to the Department
at Washington, refer the petition to the Governor of the
State iu which his Detriment is, to enable him to in
vestigate the merits of the case, and to recommend to
the president such action tin to him seems just and pro
per. f *• .
Jiaeh Department CoTTtmander will designate suitable
officers to be conveniently located for administering the
Amnesty Oath, and such officers will be governed by
The name and rank of snch officers, with a stab ment
of the (totals where stationed, will bo reported to this
office. By Command of
Afaj. Gen. Thom a* ,
J. (1. P\KKIII HbT,
Brvt. Brig. Gen. and Pro. Mar. Gen. Mil. Dir, of the
Official; WiU A. <Mma, A. A, Gy
II . '
. WHOLESALE ANI> RETAIL DKKiOIST,
mil 1 Soiulu a.si o*r. Itamard and Broughton mh.
New Drug 21ou*«‘,
Corner t oiigres* and Barnard Bta.
JACOB LII’IWIAN. l.itc Kim. A: WabiS<
r piiomu« 31. Turner,
Sotithwe* cur. Barnard and Broughton eta.
A A. Solomon* «V Cos.,
• WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL I>I!t*OGIBTS.
l'.?~ Order* executed weciirat- and with dct»patch.
_ liILU.MipS, (fee.
O'Toole 4 Co.^
BILLIARDS, LIOUORS. WINRS, Ae.
Billiard Saloon. By WALTER O’MEARA.
WINES, LUirORS, Ac.
Bay atreet, over Expreaa Office.
Union Tfrknck Ncoent, Proprietor.
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS, SEGAKS. a c .
CTi Bull Bt., oppoaitr* Pulaski Honae,
St. ('Vinrle* Saloon, fin rear of Post Office,) by
A. Stamm. Wlto/catfc <tu<l Jfctiiil. None but
CHOICE WINKS and LIQUORS served. Fi*ee Lunch.
>m T ES, LIQUORS, &o,
HO. Kim. & Cos.,
* - WHOLESALE DEAI.KEH IN
LIQUORS, ALES AND LAGER BEER,
Cor, St. Julian street and Johnson square.
Islltcl It. Sen iy & Cos,,
SOLE AGENTS AMI IMKOHTKILS OF
CHARLES PARKE CHAMPAGNES,
In the State of Georgia.
207 Bay St., b tWi-vn lianatril and Jeff erson,
anft Savannah, Ga,
Israel It. Sealy A Cos.,
.WMGI.Jy.ALS: DEALERS IN
IMPORTED WINES, CORDIALS, BRANDIES AND
unn 207 Bay st„ between liacnaid and Jcffereoii
J Lunin, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Svan
. tsb Segars. Fkenou Brandies. Wi.no, Whisriy
and other Liquors. Ton voeo of all kinds.
l'-'i Bay stn'it, Savannah. Ga,
Jolm C. Miikn- iv. Cos., ani» Retaii.
vw D /;V- kb ,n DKY tiOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
IKIMMINGS, RIBBONS, Ac, Ac.
Cor. Congress and Whitaker eta.
Tltomas Pepper, Wii«.i.ks vu: and Retail Dkai.kk
in Stapi.k and Fancy Dky Goodh. at UDpreir
ifented Lott J'rUvx. ONE PRICE ONLY.
- 115 Congress street.
Presdee <Si OrflT.
DRY GOODS—Wiiolksale and Rktail.
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, Ac.
l«ki Broiiirhton street.
Samuel 31. Lcderer, Jobber and Retailer of
Eancy and St vclk Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,*
Clothing, Hats, Ac. 146 Congress street.
SS. 3liller, 15T street, has for sale,
. cheap. Flour, Sugar, Syrup. Lemons, Hay,
Corn, Cow Pras, Pinders, Potatoes, Turnips,‘Oidous
and Cabbages. au j»
MFerst A Cos.. v\ Lo.esale Dealer in Li
• Qi’ORH, Segars F>f 4JYGro<;kbieß, Candies, &c.
!*< •» Congress street.
AF. Mira, Widh.esm.k and Retail Dealer in
• GROCERIES. FRUITS, Ac.
Cor. Whi taker and Congress at. Lane
Congrifin tSi Symons,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Corner Whitaker and .St. Julian sts.,
Old Stand of W. It. Symons.
Hilton «fe Randell, WHOLESALE GROCERS,
193 Bay Stbcct, aro constantly receiving per
steamers from N. York, the largest and most complete
assortment of GROCERIES in this city.
IT* P. l>eyo, Dealer iv Ciioiok Family Groceuikh,
-J* Wines, Liquors, Ac.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
161 Broughton street.
• CONFECTIONER— Wholesale and Retail.
SYRUPS, CORDIALS ANI) FINE CONFECTIONERY
OF ALL KINDS.
146 Broughton street, two doors from Barnard.
YT Fitzgerald, .
JJ. WHOLKSAI.K AND RKTAIU DUAUKK IN
CIDERS, LE.MOX, STRAWBERRY am. RASPBERRY
- SYRUPS, CANDIES, Ac., <So.,
In any quantities, to «uil Purchasers, a*
JT. Reading A Cos.,
• PIiOTOGH a PQERS,
* . Cor. Whitaker and Bt. Julian stn.
Brown’s Photograph Gallery,
Cards Dk Visite and Piiotoouvpiih,
GAS FITTING, <fec.
F limbing and Gas Fitting,
‘ By JOHN H. CULLEN,
Broughton at., one door West of Barnard.
WM* Williams, Gab Fitter and Piatmulb,
• and Dealer in Tin W auk, Hon**: FrßMhiu.No
Goods, &e. 145 Broughton Btreet.
Weed A Coniwell,
Wholesale Dealers in Hardware aud Tin Ware.
No. 15b and 101 Broughton street.
Uo PLI'MBEIC AND GAS FITTER,
*jl Bryan et., next to eor. Whitaker.
■ • bEGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, Ac.
Barnard street, one door South of the Market.
C'l P. Lppez, Skoahb, Toiiaoco, Sm’kk, Piteb,
Fancy Abtici.kh, Stationery, *Ve.
Cor. Bull aud Jiroughton sts.
Ip Constant, Imfoktkk of Domkhtuj and Havana
• Sf.oars, Mkkbhouai m Pll'KS, Also, WINEB,
Chaaivaoneb aud other Liquors.
, Bull street, opposite the Post Office.
N. A. llardee A, Cos.,
COMMISSION A FORWARDING MERCHANTS
EBTAItLIhHfcD |N lSdti.
Office No. y Stoddard’s Row,
uulG Savannah, Ga.
BKUEER AND COMMISSION AGENT.
Bryan street, next to Merchants’ and Plauteiß’ Bunk.
Building. an lb
iw. EGRtV ARLI.N(4andCOMMISS’X MERCHANT,
Office Home lub. Cos., Mi Bay Bt.
Bell, Wylly Christian, AUCTION, GEN
EBAI* COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT’S. Bay street, Savannah, Ga.
AM. iV C 9., Uk<x--:bv and Com
• m ism on Mut’iiiMs, 140 Congießß and 57 cl.
•J quail ats. Highest market pi ires paid for Cotton,
Wool, Bee-swax, etc. Liberal Ailtalla-aon Cotton- Ac.
L'rwiu tffc Hardi^
J ld COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Bay Btreet, Savannah, Go.
■atgeefe ■■ ■■■■—■■■ tr-"- a
LOOTS and shoes.
Ami* Pi-nbmly, Jobber, iu Meals VVollieli'4,
anil Chililiea'a L a serge anil Kill BClOub aim
ciiUEM, of all kind* and quaiiue*.
152 Congress hi., 4tn door North of the Market.
Cl co. T. Nichols,
J RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORK.
1W Brouylllou st„ 2d floor iroiu Hall.
John Kj » ii. Dottier of SODA WATER, ROUTER
and ALE, COKDI.-Yl.s, SYHITS, Ae.
Cor. Day and West Broad streets.
_ ARCHITECTURE, &c.
Jume« C. 111a nee, Master Carpenter, Architect
and Draughtsman, will attend to all calls on bus
mess in the mlxjvc branches. iif~ Office No. I*2l Bay
street, next to Stoddard’s Range. au*
PRINTING, STATIONERY, &<.
Cavilic A Leach,
iS BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
Cor. Bryau afreet aud Market Square.
Marking Ink, il\Nt sAi,n?BEn ami fornaie by
DAVID U. (iAIJJJ" AY.
35 Drayton street. .
Ci co. N. IDrhol., ‘
T BOOK AND JOB I'UINTER,
Bay st.. between Abcrcom and Drayton.
IA J. Purse, LITIIOORAI’HEB, STATIONER
Jli. BINBER JOB BKINTER «e.
No. n Whitaker street.
SVV. AXasoii dk Cos.,
« tUUUUJ JOB nUNJINO OFFICE.
No. »U Bay ekeet,
DIRECTORY -■ CONTINUED.
PROFESSIONAL _ _
Dr. 3i. 31. Sueed,
SrccEssOß to Da. E. Pabhoke,
\ork street, near Court House, S.tv.-uinah, Ga. an 10
WATCHES, JEWELRY, Ac.
tj) D. .lordan, Dealer ill W \T<HL* ami JcwuLtY,
. SU.VU anil Pi.atvi, War* Fancy Uikiw, Ac.
7 tr~ Watchc* and Jewelry Repaired.
l’j' Congre«e st„ opposite the Pulaski Himse.
IIAIR DRESSING, &c.
L>ala>«kl Ilou e Barber Shop, fcor. Bull and
.Bryan Shaving, Hair Cutting. Shampooing.
Whiskers Dyed, Ac. Fancy Soups. Cologne, Neck Tied
and ot her Fancy Ai tides for sale.
FTRNITI RE WAREIIOI’SK.
X-*- Xzw Work Maim: to Gudko. Repairing, Bell
Hangiug, Ac., »l short notice. 13S Broughton st.
CHINA WARE, &c.
Ed. Smyth, QUEENSWARE, GLASS AXD
. CHINA, at Wholesale ami Retail.
Riff Broughton street, 2d door from cor, of Bull.
John .1. Pnrtille, (late Recorder of the Seeond
l’rovost Court j will attend to all Writings and
Business entrusted to his care, at Saloon or T'erence
Nugeut, Jr„ opposite PulaSki House.
W IT . H 5 .? v,,n ., 0r ‘‘ i « ht K’>o(l Rooms, within one
' ' fourth mile of the comer of Bay and Drayton
streets, if possible; furnished or unfurnishqd ; liaise
not required liefore the first of November, but will be
taken Immediately if necessary to seenre it Auulv
the SAVANN ill HERALD OFFICE. if Tata
TABLE BOARDERS WANTED
SUPERIOR ihducementa are offered for a few Table
Gentlemen wishing for the above, will please apply
at the corner of St. Julian and Lincoln streets, first
door on Cassel Row. 8 a ul4
fltWO or three first class hoarders hv a private fami
-L ly, living in a good neighborhood and ceutral.—
Address, for one week, ‘ Sherman," Herald office.
A NICELY furnished room, without board, where
the people tire not too inquisitive. Addren*,
'’Grimes,” Herald office. 'aiigH-iw
iVMMJ IHiliiiliir ELI,
FIFTY TONS of ILigs and Wnste P.aper. q’he
CASH PKICKS PAID. Also, Cot
ton Pickings, Wool, Hides, Tallow, Grease, Metals,
Bottles,*&c., at the
FOREST CITY MILLB,
A YOUNG MARRIED WOMAN, who has lost her
infant lately, would like a situation as Wet
Nurse, and is willing to travel with a family. Gao
give reference. Address "W," Herald Office, an 16-2
Offices to Let.
TWO KOOMS TO LET, SUITABLE FOR
Apply at the HERALD OFFICE.
Cellar to Let.
TO LET, A LARGE CELLAR, SUITABLE FOR
Apply at the HERALD OFFICE.
ROOMS TO LET,
At IXiltoii Hoad, S. 0.,
THE Palmetto Herald Building having been Newly
Fitted Up, now offers large ami airy rooms, suita
ble for Sleeping Apartments or business ptirjioses.
For terms imply to W. S. S.unpson, Jr.. Box No. 2ft,
nilten Head Post Office, or on the premises, corner of
Merchants’ Row and Palmetto Avenue, from 4 o'clock
to 0 o'clock p. m. ju22
\\TII-I- l>e sold at Public Auction, in accordance
TT with orders from the General Commanding
District of Savannah, by
Belt, Wylly A rhristiiin. Auctioneers,
ON 4VKIJXESDAY, AUG. IG, AT l* A. M.
TWO PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEW INSTRUMENTS
» AND APPURTENANCES,
The property of SAM. A. COOLEY, to satisfy jndg
meut againet unid Cooley, in favor of E. 11. Clapp, the
First Provost Court, District of Savannah, June 7th,
The vale will be held at
BECRETT’S PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY,
North side of Broughton, between Barnard and Whit
auld ' 2
CLOSINC OUT SALE.
Messrs. Kein & Comp’ny
OPPOSITE THE POfeT OFFICE.
Will offer at Auction on THURSDAY, August 17th, at
l 10 o’clock, through
BELL, WYLLY «fc CHRISTIAN,
Their entire Stock, to close consignment, consisting
iu part of
100 bbls. FI.OUR.
100 cases COHDIALS, assorted,
50 sack?* COFFEE, •
5 quarter cjinks old WINES,
55 bids. WHISKEY,
With a general .stock of GRgCBKIES, well worth the
attention of the Trade. auls
WHISKEY AM TOIMCCO
’ AT AUCTION.
THERE will Ixi a Sale at Auction of H barrel*
WHISKEY and ii taw. TOBACCO, at
th« Warehouwi of thu Depot Commissary of SulMist
ence, HILTON HEAD, S. C., on
Monday, A U S- SIX, ’Ol3.
SALE TO COMMENCE AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.
2Sr~ Terms Casip in Government Fund*.
C. S. LANGDON,
aul4-fl Captain and C. S. Volunteers.
OFFICE COMMISSARY OF SUBSISTENCE, 1
Savannah, Ga., August Ist, lsd.">. /
Sealed proposaia to furnish this poet with six thou
sand pound* of Push lteef per week, for three months,
commencing September Ist, and endina Decemla-r Ist,
18*5, will bo received at thi# Office until TMesAy, Au
gust 13th, 1S(», at 12 o’cioCa noon, when they will be
opened in public.
The Beet to be furnished on days to be designated
by the Commissary, and lo be of good and marketable
quality—dressed in equal pio|sjriion of fore and hind
quarters, excluding necks, slmuks and kidney tallow.
Persons proposals will state the average
net weight, quality, Sic., or the Beef they propose to
furnish. ..... .
Proposal* will be suhiect to the approval or the Com
missary General Os Subsi-tence
HENRY R. SIBLEY-,
$01415 Cnpt. and C. A L. Vol*.
CID E R BRANDY.
5 /Wl/Y GALLONS, from one to five yeai* old.-.
,Uuu Samples of each sent by Express, with list
of price*. Also, in case* of one and two dozen each.
B, 8» CONNQYER, Distiller,
(Oolqjrees »l, between Jefferson and Montgomery sta, j
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON.
PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERY NIGnT,
Prof. E. Rkutkb, Lender,
tw- Ketivsbiocnta of the nest qual ty .nil in every
variety. lino auld
PI C • N I C
Xsjlo of Hope. ‘
Ms. CHAS. E. FLANDERS respectfully informs his
friends and the citizens of Savannah that he will give
a nc-NIC AND CHOWDER PARTY’ at his place, on
WEDNESDAY, the lfltll Inst.
A BAND OF MUSIC will bo in attendance.
SW Ticketa to be had at Messrs Stuart A Co.’s
Store, Masonic Hall; at the Hilton Head Honse, at
Moliua's Segar Store, and at the Savannah Herald Sta
tionery Store. 2 anlft
rpilE undersigned have associated with them Mr.
* John It. Johnson, under the firm ofCrane, John
son and (I ray bilk for the purpose of transacting a
General Commission, Sh ipplug and Forwarding busi
ness, to date from tlie Ist Inst.
aoll-0 CRANE St, GRAYMLL.
r l lease of the PULASKI HOUSE to Bartels A
A liiddell, having been cancelled by order of the
military authorities, and the Pulaski House property
haviii" bee n, by the same authority, turned over to
W' H 'ydtbcreer, the owner thereof the Arm of BAR
TELS A RIDDELL late proprietors of the Pulaski
House, Is dissolved from this date. All persons hav
ing claims against the linn of Barrels & Riddell will
please present the same for settlement to
„ JOHN O. BARTELS.
Savannah, August 12th, 1885. miiv-fl
THE business of the PULASKI HOUSE will be con
tinued and managed by the undersigned, under
the firm and name of W. H. WILT MERGER A, CO.
W. 11 WILTtIKKGIiIL
„ J. O. BARTELS.
Savannah, August 12th, 1885. anl2-G
GUERARD & FERRILL,
THE nndersigned having entered into Copartnership
as Factors, Brokers and Commission Merchants, will
sell mid purchase on Commission Cotton, Timber,
Produce ami Merchandise. Orders ami consign mefita
EDGAR L. GUERARD,
BENJAMIN B. FERRILL.
Rzffhkni iw.— Itobt. Habersham St Sons, Geo. W.
Anderson, Anthony Porter, Hunter A Gammell, Jno.
L. Villalonga. 8 aul2
THE undersigned have formed a Partnership for the
purpose of carrying on a GENERAL AUCTION
and COMMISSION BUSINESS in the City of Suvnn
uali, under the Arm name of Bell, Wylly A Christian
The lilieral patronage formerly extended to Bell A
Christian anil G. W. Wylly, is respectfully solicited
for the new firm.
SAMUEL P. BELL
GEORGE W. WYLLY.
auJ W H EN ltY H. CH RI3TI AN.-
JOB PRINTING OEFICE,
No, ill Hay Hlrcct,
SAVANNAH, - GEORGIA.
We respeidfnily call the attenthm of the public to
the facilities which we have for doiuj* all kinds of
THE BEST PRESSES
For doing all kinds of work, aud we keep them in
good repair. a’YVe employ only
FIRST CLASS PRINTERS
OF LONG EXPERIENCE AND" TRIED ABILITY’.
New Printing Materials
From the Best Northern Foundries, to which we are
constanrly making additions.
YVe are prepared to execute orders for
BILLS OF FARE,
. WEDDING CARDS,
BUSINESS CARDS, TICKETS,
' LEGAL BLANKS,*
Or any other kind of PRINTING—in aky btylh.
Wc have a
Fine Assortment of Inks
PRINTI NiCrilN COLORB.
ORDERS m RAIL OR EXPRESS
Will receive prompt and careful attention, and the
work will be forwarded
FREE OF CHARGE FOR TRANSPORTATION.
We endeavor to do all our work well, and to give
complete satisfaction to our customers.
Are as low as the present high cost of stock, mate
rial, labor and living will admit of, and arc below the
increased rates which rale in other lines of business.
S. W. MASON & CO.,
HI Bay Street, Savannah, Georgia.
Iron, Iron, Iron.
WANTED immediately, Filtv Tons of wrought and
Cast Scrap 1 1 on and Metals. The highest cosh
Manufacturers sue plied.
OLIVER A CO.,
MIA Forest CK| tO* fenaubi
FOR NEW YORK.
. the new and elegant first clam
'Vrdfr S- Mail Bteamahi ? UNITED
%-Yiiifrri r i i’TATES, Capt. Sazac, will positlve
- -Lirii- • ly sail for the above port on
YVedueaduy, Aug. lGth, at 4 o’clock p.m.
d.Uor f "a S ppVur“” Se ’ h4TinE *' >lendid accommo
anlft BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.,
For New York.
—m Ai ’ the ITUI UMt ” at 4 o’dock, p.
For Freighter Passage, having very superior accom
modations, apply to
anls JOHN R. WILDER.
PIONEER LINE FORNEfIORK
' >r * le S ’ Steamship PERIT,
C * pt ’ K ' A - Dsnzsov, will sail fo r the
- J above port on her regular day,
Thursday, Aug. I7th, at 4 O’cftek.
Foq Freight or Passage, having superior accommo
dations, apply to
BUNTER 4 GAMMELL,
FOB NEW TOEfi
STAB MU, USE.
EIVT I»WEBK T.-y
' The flwt u. S. Mail Steamships
NEVADA ~ ‘
UNITED STATES, . . capt. Cawenteb,
AMERICA, - . ' ™ pt SuAB *-
CONSTITUnON, . . V Cur *-
The above ships compose the Line, and will sail
ever I Wednesday and
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN 4 CO, Agents,
WAKEMAN, GOOKIN 4
Regular Weekly Line of
CLIPPER SCHOONERS FOR
HTHE nndersigned intend to keep up a regular week
-fi- ly line of first class Sailing Vessel*
tween Savannah ana the
areommodafions for paasengers a fid theven Kl ,r
cl Ities for delivering freight in goodorder;atLwm, f !'
with promptness and despatch. Particular
givon to forwarding goods from New York attenUlm
(via CHARLES L COLBY A CO.,
cor - Bay and Abercom streets.
MERCHANTS’ LINE '
FOR, NEW’ YORK,
The First 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.
. , ,
Apply early to
, C. L COLBY 4 CO.,
a °’ > , Corner Bay and Abercorn streets.
Line of Sailing Vessels
For JACKSONVILLE, Fla.
THE Ai Schooner W. B. MANN. Capt. Groan* B
WrzvrK, now discharging, will bh ready to re
roive cargo in a few days for the above port at
For freight or passage apply to
CHAS. L. COLBY 4 CO.,
nli tr Cor - B»y and Abercorn sts.
Line of Sailing Vessels.
T H F.™ e CHp lo’\ Bark 5- B WALKER, Capt. L. B.
. Latham, will b 6 ready to receive cartro fr»r Vow
dispatch tl>e lost., and wiipljave quick
Has accommodation for a few first-class passenger*
Apply to CHAS. L. COLBY ,V oof *
aulil . Cor. Bay and Abercorn ets.
Cotton stud otlsci* Froigfht
• FOR NEW YORK.
Merchants Line Sailing Vessels
THE fast ’ailing Clinper .SclKxmer OVOCA, Captain
H- Mitchell, will commence loading for the
l h „ U^ aV ,’ th , e , cIU on
Saturday, tin i.th inst. Has superior accommoda
tions Tor a lew passengers in the First Cabin.
Fare S3O. Apply to CHAS. L COLBY * CO.,
angS-ti cor. Bay and Abercorn streets.
FOR NEW YORK.
g -Fvx. Brig Ti KOIiCK AMOS, Stenson, master
JLni.' now discharging at Anderson’s wharf, foot
-JGeKf of Barnard street, will be ready to receive
**—’■’ freight an Wednesday, August Sth. and wfll
h ive dispatch. For freight or plissagS apply to
GADEN* L.NCKLiir Agents,
augs-tf cor. Bay and Barnard sts.
FOR LIVERPOOL 7
g.-FTS „ TltE Britiah Bark NUTFIKLB, Holm*
’ h,Tl i« the greater porUowJ f h£
For balance or freight apply to
_ au9 BRIGHAM, BALDWIN * 00.
T n £r\V^bX C o r rf^
plete her cargo ueck freight to com-
The Side-Wheel Steamer
“ Melon, ” Capt. Riloy,
(CARRYING THE U. 8.
Will leave Stoddard's Wharf on
FRIDAY, AUGUST 18th, AT 7 A. M.
For Freight or Passage apply to the office or-
KEIN & go.,
anLs-2 UI Bay street, opposite the Herald office.
SHIPPERS TO AUGUSTA
ARE notified that Goods will he received at our
Warehouse, on Diliou's Wharf, at any time dti.
ring the week. ERWIN A HARDEE
FOB SAL£ ,
A PINE FLAT,
CAPACITY, 400 BAXES.
Has just made a successful trip from Atl"osta,
aa4-tf N. A. Py.Rtigß’ t, tv,
(J 1 of FANCY <KX
market. Call and fee thq» **ptes*ly for this
atili ft ex. C* M. HJLfJSMAN,
Qur. Hull and Oreo&tUoA