she determined to extend her revenge to
her husband, and rooty directed that the
.girls head should be placed under a
cover on the Pasha s dinne r-table. It is
the, custom in Turkey for the maJe.heads
c&uriQlUes;to dine apart trom their wo
On the day in question the Buhana
seated herself*on the divan —a km g so&
extending across the room—previous to
hec husband's entering the dinner room.
Ophite arrival as is ctratouiary, he went
up to his Imperial spouse and rendered
her the usual homage* She recreated
him, to proceed with his dinner. When
seated, he called on the servan ts present
to remove .the cover which fe thrown
oyer the tray whfcrh forms the top of the
tabl£; to his" surprise, they hesitated, and
sorgnk back. The Biritaoa then called
tonim to remote it hinaseff upbraiding
-thejservants for their conduct. The un
lipppv Pasha, obeying his wife's direc
tfone," threw off the cover, and then be
fore' him lay the gory head of a murder
ed girl He reeled and fell back a corpse.
Previous to taking off the cover he had
drunk some sherbet, and whether this
was poisoned, as some imagine, or that
the shock produced apoplexy, has not
been ascertained as no post mortem ex
amination had been held. Id w ill of
-course, be thought that the Imperial
. murderess was at once seized and placed
in the hands of justice. On the contra
ry, DjemUa Sultana, a princess of the
Imperial family, daughter of Sultan
Abdul Medjld, and niece of the reigning
Sultan, lias up to the present moment
remained In her house unmolested,nnd'the
only police taken of the matter lu>s been
that her Imperial uncle is very angry
rF-om the Manchester (X. K.j Dally Mirror.]
Rlji" the belle and shout hurrah !
Triumph crowne again our banner;
Glory beams from every star,
\b it rv*ves above Savannah !
Make the winter welkin ring
With n"w and with praises:
Let the heart rejoice and sing;
Heaven shall hear the song it raises
Shoot for Shermaa and his host.
Shout for Freedom's waving banner,
Moving toward the,white sea coast,
Winning"gtorv at Savannah !
Winning glory, glory.
Pof a nation’s story'
* -b’vom Atlanta to the sea !*’
Vhle the w’atcinvord of the leader :
We are able, we are free.
Stronghol de shall be walla of cedar :
And the might of freemen brave, )
Under Freedom’s hoty banner,
Soon shall bless the waiting slave.
Give ue triumph at Savannah J
Shout for Sherman and his host,
Shout for Freedoms waving baaner.
Moving toward the white sea-co«M,
winning glory at Savannah !
Vanning glory, glory.
For ft nation's story
Foes av giants in their boasta,
Palntiug visions of disaster
To the sea-bound loyal hosts.
And their bold and fearless master 1
' On their flanks, in front and rear.
Threatening host and gnu, and banner,
Till the "cowards" in their fear—
Triumph proudly at Savannah i
Shout for Sherman and his host
Shout for Freedom’s waving banner.
Moving toward the white sea-coast.
Winning giorv at Savannah 1
Winning glory, glorv.
For a nation's story
At Savannah '
<>u. still on, uo fear ao rest.
Trusting in the God above them.
Strong to make the nation blest.
Strong to tight for those that lore them :
So the dear old flag flung ont.
Wake a long and loud hosanna. *
Fill the air with song and shout
For their triumph at Savannah.
Shout for Sherman and his host,
Shout for Freedom's waving banner,
Victors near the white sea coast.
Crowued with glory at Savannah.
Crowned with glory, glory,
For a nation's story,
* At Savannah !
Wukm Gep. Johnston is called from
Ins retirement and placed at the head of
a defeated and Inefficient army, he steps
forth and shows to the world, that al
though he has been insulted and neglect
ed by the prejudice of a superior, his
highest mid holiest ambition is the pro
motion of his country’s weal, /For such
noble and exalted patriotism his name
will be embalmed in matchless verse of
Homeric grandeur by the children of
generations yet unborn —Soutfam Cbn
jvd#r<U',y. ‘ j • ’
Sharks Bwult Lf,—During the ene
my’s demonstration upon Wilmington
there, were eoino merchants, of the shark
species, whp refused to take Confederate
money for their goods. They were a lit
tle too fast, Wilmington has not taik-n.
The Richmond Enquirer thinks said
merchants deserve to be hung for an at
tempt to pull dervo the pillars of t-ho na
tional feith.— Cha;'kfiiou Gonrier, lOik.
IN OFFICE OF- THK SOUTHERN INSUR
ANCE AND TRUST COMPANY.
Gft I JUtL *A
A meeiiag of the Stockholders of this Com
pany will beheld at their office on Saturday, the
inetant, between the hours of 12 and 2
o'clock. P. M-, for the purpose of electing live
Director*, to till vacancies in the Bourn for
the current year. , ...
Jan IS Vt n. BRIGHAM, V-esidenk
The opening perio-mance of the
WESTERN DRAMATIC COMPANY.
I* itwr'oida-bly postponed till
FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. ~Oan.
inn IS JACK ELSON, M&imger. _
/■y ’li HOUSE,” ~
ftv W. HALVE «fc CO.,
No. lflf> Bay STiiXur,
MealH at all hours of the day. Oysters con
stantly on hand.
Freeh Shad. Wild Dss'k. and other game,
whenever procurable, and the best he market
afford® at all tinier J an
V r O T l C V. . ,
TANARUS, OwtCK Cniux Q. M. jihPOT.
Savannah, Gn., Jan. IT, 186A
All persons in this city having in theb posses
sion Hordes. Mules, Wagons. and Drays
not already in the employ of the QuarterinaaterV
DepaF.raeot, will forthwith report-. Uero at. the
office of the Chief Depot Quartermaster, M Bay
Hr order of
Biw.-tfen. L. C. EASTON,
GKO, B. CADWAtLADER.
, CapU and AQ. M„
Cliief so M.
rvßl' WOOD WANTED- -IN AJTif QUANTI
-1 T TY from oue to fifty eo**d3, Hiyhert prices
vriU be pa id. -
Apoiy at thlr office. ...... -*•
A GOOD PRKSSNLAN CAN FIND STE.ADI*
at this office-, 111 Bay Street.
DEtT-GS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &*.
Oircwu'-, 161 Fuv-tcwv Src, Nhw Yook,
The uixierelgned ha'-in" been chief aasv-tant
examine.- of Dyuj?® and Medkinoe in the New
York Custom for the paet four years cf
fora hie service® to DmggUAa throuapao’.d the'
country , All purchases will be made La tlx* in
tem?t of customers direct from Importers and
Manufactvirerft. asnl ail articles thus parchaeed
warraritedi to le refl&b^e.
H. N. AVERY.
f HrOU. Hl3\M Baumts
Refors to < lion. CV>nkum*,
(.Prof. Thjco. W. DwJO*rr. U.
Oftiov. Savannah Waits Wovun.^
City Exchauife Building, January IT, 1-564.
\TTATER TAKERS WHO HAVE NOT PUD
W for w ater np to the lei May next, are no
tified that they are required to make Immediate
payment at this office, or the water will be shut
off from thfk pA-miaee forthwith.
The mtdi for water will be the Fame se that
charged laet v ear.
T. J. LAMBKET. Lt and A. A. Q. M. ;
M. D. M., In charge of Water B orks.
\i r ANTED A NICK STORE, ON A PROMI
VV NENT STBKKT. suitable for a retail busi
ness One with a counter and fixtures prefeived.
Nddrele J. S. H„ Savannah F, 0., stating tenns
Aiyictant Gbnkua t.*i* Ovvio
Washington, Febrja 'y IS *
(hcoa?.vi. 05UM53A \
No. G 4. J
iuo'CGSRs ant* :vr:;tn. j-^ntnets.
Wheuever refugees from within the Kene[
lines, or deeerterg from the Rebel armies, pre
sent themselves at 11. S. Camps or Military
Posts, they will be immediately examined d.v the
Provost Marshal with a view to determine laeir
character, and their motive in giving uiemselves
up. If it appear that they are honest in Ciefr in
tention of mrever deserting the Rebel cause, care
will be taken to explain to them that they will
not be forced to serve in the U.'S. Army against
the Rebel's, nor be kept in confinement, the
President’s Proclamation of December S .1
will be read to them, and if they so desire- ihe.
oath therein prescribed will be administered to
them. They will then be questioned as to
whether they desire employment from the bai
ted States: and if so, such arrangements as muy
be expedient will be made by the several Army
Commanders for employing them on Govern
ment works Within the ir commands, j bos * wno
come to the Armv pf the Potomac Aynll for
warded to the M ilitary Governor of the Jhytnct
of Columbia, at Washington, with r ep°rts m
their cases that employment may be g ven t.«eta
if desired; or, T not, that they may be oei *. a- -a.
North as Philadelphia.
By orde r of tl e Secretary of War :
E. D. TOWNSEND.
Assistant Adjutant General.
OvnoiAi. • _
W. L. -SY. Pfo4sa: A«aiatazit Adjntani Of**™. ■
rpaWATKIf \ THEATRE ! 1 '
THE STAR CfIPSRA TF.OfJPE
W!li mate their . • s
FIRST OF AFAN
In this CSSs on
TUESDAY I?VEM>Gk J.ASU IT>■
PROr-KSBOR SAX DIN
Wli exbSbtt the moat wouder fsah? Vxr.i IVrr.
n>sski> iy mw Pt. VCP,
la of the above,
DOv>iTl< v KS» UEOTVRE
POfcGTONED UNTIL WEDNESDAY.
For particulars, bCl? of the. d»v.
(HKD. W. WII.SONNT;
WANTED, : .
ONE HuNDHED MEN !
Capable of haivlling Cottoa andstowiag ir on
board ehip. Aho.
To direct the aam^
Ffor the former
ONE DOLLAR PER DAY AND RATIONS
Will be paid.
For the Latter
TWO DOLL.VRS PER DAY AND RATIONS.
Thw men ao 1 desired to report to
LIEUT.-COL, RANSC»M, A. Q. M.,
Immediately at tV hh+ 'y Cr/tton Preoe.
ALBERT G. BItOWNE,
Snpu Special Agent of the Treattin IVp' t.
IOST. AIN SUNDAY AFTERNOON, ON
J Montgomery Street, betwfca Bmm and
St>uth StreotH, a plain BRKAJST-PIN, eoi>
taining a of a child, live pin ]» especi
ally vahityl tor rta ami the finder will
be liberally rewardvd by leaving it at thw office.
( 1 ENTLKMFiN'S FITRMSBIKG GOODS, C>F
I t a superior qiiality, mav V ftemd at
N,x I*>l Co.Nf;«i , sy Saiu'KT,
Negligee and Travelhw ShirtK
MeFno under Shlrtf* and Drawers
f'o’J-ar 0 . Buckskin GhCintlett? ana Glove*!*.
(A*tton and iVooldii ItalfHoye.
Fur ana Wool Hall.
Fine Cavalry! and other Boot**.
Fv*r CnnrqjaignJng. of
Taimae, vrtth sleeve**.
Boots &c.. Arc
QTEELE * BUR BAX K, . «
O LI Moiehante* Row,
HBton Hea.L S, C.
Call the atteatiou of and Ketao :HLr»
rhaeere to their «uper'oc stock of
MILITARY ANT> NAVAL CIOTDING
a i*t> • ■
’ FtTtNTSHIXG GOC»DS.
Matches flocks Fancy Goode,.Huve.’ry. and
Plated Wart, S^vorris Soohes Belts EfnbfOrierleA
Boots Cope, Field Ghu*fle?, GnunUeta (rkw'ee*
&c« «fco., Ac.
I>OST OFFICR-CCilu A. H. M ARK LAND-
Special Agent Pofct Office Department, m
Sieeca all Citizen. 0 new bonding the keve to Lock
oxee to return them forthwith in that
may be aligned- t£ .son
C>. .N BELLOWS.
• No. B Merchant** Row,
Hilton Head. S. c.
D- ai ’t 'a
BOOTS AND SHOES,
FURNISHING < .CK * 1 >s.
Or :»rv descrfotlou. '
* WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Horse and buggy for sale.
A Sorrel Man*, elx year® old, new
silver-mounted bume«*»s and c-legani Ope a Buggy
Apply at thie Office.
1 ro congress street.
Fine Cut (tewing \n i>»l, <i<».
Navy, in Caddies,
Family Soap. Candies. «bc... Ac.
HENRY ( AMP.
HOIJHM WANTED—'WITH FIVE OK MORE
rooms, at reasonable rent. Apply at tills
T>OARD AND ROOMS WANTED BY FOUR
gwitlsmen. Apply at this ofllee.
US. CH RISTIAN commission,
, 14* Bay street,
Near the Exchange and i>ext dor*r to Republican
Free Writing Table for Soldiers. Pens, Ink,
Pape.r and Envelopes free.
All letters written at our room* stamped whpn
requested, and stamps can be font and ts not,for:
warded always as ‘‘Soldiers’ letters.”
A supply of religious reading usually on hand
for gratuitous distribution.
Religious .-mices every evening at C 1-2 o’clock
at Wealcv Chapel (corner of I.iiv:uln and ,South
Broad streetaj, conducted bv ’he Associated
Chaplains’ Meeting at the Chapel on HONDA;
Jan. iCth. at 10 a m
W. A. I.AWRENCK
•anl i .ts . Agent tJ. Sr. C. C.
B P. ANDREWS,
A Tropin T A/vJ) (>W!NHi4M,OU »T La*V, Soi.«OJT*Wt kH
Cu.vNenn a/,»> Vfoocrha m*t> Ai/VOTatw tn A»-
All ComijH.cat.loo Caaea in the District. Oou/t of
the Northern Dietrfct of I'lorlda examined and
Ac l'Hjfkd: prottfptlv* and pea*ouaWr.
Adder-w,. aB. ANDREWS.
. Jacksonville, Fl«
'\fFW GOODS f NEW GOODS tl|
LY arrived per Geamer Ceree, £ rfitt ae
rected ntbek of Dry Cfoo<bv conaletlng of Alapoc
caa, Shawlo, Hondo, Ac, Also,
i a fine* aabortment of Boots and Shoes.' At wfcole
and retsik ae cheap rs» can be bought at Hil
ton Head. CnlFahu -**e.
ROBBINS & CO..
No. It Mercluiota’ Howl
Hilton Head, 8. O.
Hilton & hhurtlkff,
m>: GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOPS, <feo,
AX'D SHOES MADE AND REPAIRED
At No. 2 Broadway, Hilton Hzad, S. C.
Choke Sega re and Tobacco.
Beer, that cannot b« beat.
Anpies, irtSme Butter.
Aj-ka Shoe-findings for Sole at the above place.
WM. M. WTUJAMS,
Cl W. DENNIS & CO.,
; a No. f. Merchants' Row,
Hilton Head, S. C.,
Whotesak* and retail dealers In
BUTTER. CHEESE, c CAKES,X BA('K
EPS POTATOES, FLOUR, CANNED FRUIT
AND MEATS, STATIONARY. HARDWARE,
Ac,. Ac,, drc.
Jtvn 10 ts
Boots and shoes
Repaired la rear of Post Office.
J. H. TONKIN, Prtipnefor.
pLANK NOTES ANT) DR.VFTS
Sa> at ti>'
PALMETTO HERALD STORE,
Pit.wrr.aro fL«EA r .n Building.
H!lro» Head, S. C.
Back numbers of the b.ylmbttq
Tboee who defdw
Os Tub P\r.MHTii> It.Kß.un, to date, can procure
them at this offk% at the regular price per c«py
W> re"e*"ved, eoci) week, a sufficient number
to !“Upp*>' any reaHoualde demand, amlyve believe
no more’ cpmak-te and a*u*u/ate ('umpendhim of
evenie 'a the Ikpartment can b<* procuied
S. W. MASON & CO
VTEWS.J>E«VIERS AND OTHERS DESIRING
i v Tun Sava.-*>a.v Dan.v Hkraj.d Hit Wholesale,
aye reoitr'eted to Kind in their order early in
ah fuK 4 * uractkahtci
S. W. MASON & CO
A STORE WA NTED- ONE SITUATED IN A
lo<*atlon and adapted to a reta
trade. , . 1
Address gi'hur and Urns Box M
Sovunnah Herald Office, L
X On the piftivh. near Gofdoo, Ga., ft Pocket
book containing aboutiu Tbo
owner can obtain the same by describing it* con
t'-nta and paying exjwnseg. •
Appiv to Ist Sergeant Detachment I3tfc Win.
Vols., with Di><t Tll. Vole.. M Division. lath Corps.
PORT ROYAL HOUSE, UNION SOU ARK
Hilton Head, S. C. & S, RIDDELL,
I>K.YBODY A MORGAN,
I . No, 1 RisoM'WAr, H/j row Hiaj>, 8. C.
l>a*ers in BUTf .KiV GOODri, Wholesale and
f' SAVIL/.K A CO.,
C « Wni'i.duij'. on itwca Staticwkh,
Palmetto Herald Store,
Hilton Head, S.
ay*r- a Liberal Dtocottot to IT-chasers at
Cash Orders by inail or express promptly
Tj - '• W. SINCLAIR,
Galleries at Beaufort, and HU too Head, S. C.
and Jacksonville, Fla.
TryT'NRAKS & FRANZ,
NO. 20 MERCHANTS* P,OW,
Milton Head, H. C\
\VI!OI>-SAIiE AND RETAIL DKALEIiJ
Os ail Descr'TJtionK * ts.
RTDDEI I. & MURDOCK,
WTK>IJ-8»1.K AXI> BCTAJt DFAi.f.lI3 TM'
SUTLERS* AND NAVAL STORKS, DRY
GOODS. BOOTS AND SHOES, nATS
Orvn.KMKN's r cuNTeniNo G<xme, &c..
No. f* Merchants' Row, Hilton Head, 8 C.
v>\ n. KrmwLu (jantO —ts) u. j. iimmoox.
F>U BERTS & LEWIS,
\j W UOLi-HAL? A. I *!* ?».T,UL DK.UJJBB l*
SUTLERS' GOODS AND LUMBER,
MmtiF.i r. Avenuh, Hiutos Hkad, S. G.
:! a. */>*«« u- *. t jaa3o—w&kswj