An offer was made to me some time since
to deliver lectures in England, on nay cam
paign of’ 1860 with Garibaldi, the Campaign
which resulted in the downfall of the King
of Naples. I refused; but as Garibaldi has
lived in New York, and has remained popu
lar in North Ameriea, some lectures on him
would, perhaps, prove of interest to a certain
class of your people.
We will see.
Offer my kindest regards to the Messrs.
Harper and 1 shall be most happy, after
having shaken your hand, to shake hands
with them. Thousand and thousand friend
ly greetings, which, though froma far, are
not the less sincere.
' Axexaxdre Dvmas.
To E. Nordhauscn, Esq., New York.
P. »S. —I insist on a history, as picturesque
ns possible, of the first four years of Mr.
Lincoln's Presidency, as such a hook publish
ed in English, French, etc., would throw a
great light upon facts entirely perverted by
1 hose whose egotistical interests are pushing
them into the shade. There exists, for in
liianee, in England, a system of calumny
against the United States which tends to
siiow on the part of the North the desiro of
oppressing the whites instead of liberating
the blacks. This is so tine, that in Paris 1
have not been able to find a newspaper which
would open a subscription for the benefit of
vour sick and wounded soldiers.
We shall publish this history by subscrip
tions at a cheap price, in order to make it
popular. If you see the President, present
1, in with my respects and my admiration,
:(i id you will prepare me my materials, so
t nit i can go to work immediately after my
a rival. This history, written by me, would
b read through the whole of Europe.
On the reception of this last letter I com
municated with Messrs. Harper, and as M.
Dumas seemed to have different ideas from
those expressed in a former letter, which
considerably altered the mode of publication,
no definite agreement was entered into with
our worthy publishers.
M. Dumas’ last letter was transmitted si
multaneously with mine, in which I com
municated to him the propositions of several
parties for the delivery of lectures, and of
course we may expect not only to read Du
mas, bnt to hear Dumas speak.
[ take the further liberty, Mr. Editor, to
ask your kind assistance and the aid of every
body interested in the subject, to forward me
us soon as possible all tbe public and private
documents, facts, information, etc., connect
ed with the history of the United States du
ring the past four years so as to enable me to
get together as much as possible of the nec
essary material lor such work, in order that
the immense labor to which M. Dumas will be
called will be sensibly diminished, and be as
sured that he will rettect upon us autl him
1 would be very thankful also to the press if
they would Tepublish this correspondence,
and forward me a copy of the number con
taming the same, which I shall submit to M.
Dumas on his arrival.
I remain, dear sir, most respectfully yours,
Eug. Vox Normiiacsen, A. M., LL. 8.,
Attorney and Counsellor, 119 Nassau street,
New Yolk, January 16, 1865.
I‘. S.—-The lovers of music may also ex
pect a good treat after M. Dumas’ arrival,
us one of the most popular and best prima
donnas is coming under his care to sing in the
United Slates. M. Dumas says of M’rae
Gondosa: “She knows every opera from
Bellini down to Verdi; she sings also some
of the French grand operas, “The Hugue
nots” “Robert le Diable," &c. She is the
most dramatic artist ever heard since Mali
bram and as for her voice, her reputation is
made in Italy.” I have succeeded in getting
offers from several parties for the engage
ment of this lady, and first of all from Max
Maretzek, our popular imjircssario. e. v. s.
Arrived—steamer Hudson, Vanpelt, Hilton Head.
Cleared—steamship Mary A. Boardman, Jordan,
Hilton Head ; steamer Chas. Houghton, Sprague,
PULASKI HOUSE, MARCH 14.
J P. Cavanaugh, U. S. N.
<’ol. J. P, Richmond, Mass.
J. \\ , Gillan, Jacksonville, Fla.
Ur. Lehman, U. S. A., New York.
M. C. Holloway, Hilton Head.
Oeo. W. Handy, Lt. and A. D. C.
John W. Forney, Jr., Washington. D. C'
Surgeon 11. P. Dalrymple, Beaufort, S. C.
Theft, boots stolen.~
if,, As the steamboat Hudson was coming up from
i ton Head last night, some thief opened a canvas bag,
am stole therefrom a pair of mooseskin boots, new
* . worth twenty dollars. As there is not another
Wm like them nearer than the State of Maine, I shall be
pn-lty likely to catch this sweet gentleman. I hereby
'menu him that I will not pay him the first dhneto re
urn them, but that if I do.catch him. I'll bring him
,: .re the Provost Judge and have him in tRk „p
v-ueW than Jie could, pick lus gralidmotheiis pocket
pi her gcild spectacles. 1 ‘
■ • . “Doesticks, p. B."
QOLDEN ALE? ~
Written when times were dull, and Golden Ale want
ed a market—many years ago.
pint's Ijff world to a man without children and wife,
W m*yu>,„ he may strive, the whole length of hi*
l £ f ]' ta dri P k Golden Ale, and his spirits ’twill cheer,
1L r P° cmatwre
lf*w! m Qo| den Alp, and soon wedded he’ll
HLLJH be; i >
H ’ heart will expand when a babe's on his knee;
9 1 "w 11 nevcr imbibe till his spouse have a share,
■ 1 wseings will for ever be there.
H a •maiden, mo, bad long thought to herself, •»
haUd Wai n °» r - she must get on the
■ Ait she tried Golden Ale, and its magical train
■/rought beauty and youth to her cheek once again.
i £ nd lovcr * in scores to her cottage repair,
l \ otuh blcom9 00 her cheeks and raven’s her hair,
AJnce again In her teens she’s the Belle of the Vale
L Vrni is doatingly fond of the famed Golden Ale.
T ° ,d aild the y°»ng to be hearty and hale,
Apuld each day imbibe of this bright Golden Ale,
V their cellars well store for the cold winter’s night
V health to the sick, to the blind it is light.
\ HOTT( Er) AND FOR BAI.E Uy
t* 2 xnd G3 Liberty street, New York,
Plan t ! ,ld 176 Broughton street, Savannah, Ga.
would like a nice Room in a private
Addr W’ fc a X
LeWdC and Business Manager } tablet.
Director of Amusements h. davknlnjb-'.
Stage Manager ~ t. j. uouixjx.
NEW DRAMATIC TROUPE.
THIS (THURSDAY} EVENING, MARCH 16, 1865,
The performance will commence with the beautiful
Domestic Drama, entitled,
ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GO®; or, THE
POOR FACTORY GIRL.
Stephen Plum A. H. Davenport.
Jasper Plum J. W. earner.
Frederic Plum Miss Maude St. Leon.
Sir Arthur Lascelles Mr. Simpson.
Martha Gibbs Mias Florence Lafond
Lady Lentherbridge Mrs. M. Berrill.
Lady Valeria „ Miss Hattie Lee.
Comic Song Mr. earner.
To conclude with the Laughable Farce entitled
THE YOUNG WIDOW ; or, THE ADVENTURES
Splash, (with Dance, Ac.) A. H. Davenport.
Maudeville Mr. Simpson.
Aurelia, (tho Y’onng Widow}.. Miss Florence Lafond.
Lucy, sher Maid Miss Fany Prestige
Doors open at T o’clock; Curtain rises at Tl-2.
IST PRICES OF ADMISSION AS USUAL.
All bills must be presented weekly.
Mont fig Abend, den 20ten Mscrz, 1865, in der Turner
Ilalie, Ecke St. Julien und Jefferson strasse.
Die Deutschen der Stadi sind hoeflichst zu einem
geselligen Abend eiugcladeg.
Eiutrittspreiss: Drei Dollars.
C. W. WEBER. A. SACK.
JNO. ZIEGLER. JNO. QUINT,
A. GAMMERf. CHAS. SCHWARZ.
F. J. RUCKEUT. C. J. HEISLER.
Rooms to let at hilton head Ts. c„ in
The Palmetto Herald Building, corner of Mer
chants'Row and Palmetto Avenue, suitable for busi
ness purposes or lodgings. Apply to J. T. RIVERS,
on the premisos, or H. T. RIVERS, at the Custom
House. ts mar 4
LARGE STOCK OF SPRING CLOTHING.
A large stoc k of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A large stock of
1000 cases GOLDEN ALE,
COO oases CHAMPAGNE CIDER,
250 cases BROWN STOUT, pints
60 half barrels PRIME BEEF,
100 M. SEGA US,
A large stock of
In every variety,
A lot of
A lot of
' V*; BEETS, ■*“**• - f
In great variety.
This large stock of
Will be sold at
170 BROUGHTON STREET,
next noon to Sherlock's.
marl 'CQNYNGHAM & SKEHAN. "
JJEAHQUaRTERS u. sources,
General Order, 1 February 25th, 1306.
No. 18. f
ether'gnmnds' not 2 lntende| h for * C Btin#ree or
prohibited. “ a a for V>*e as roadways is
By command of
Ewabp Q. Dike, I §* otQm - ORO ™;f-
N. BELLO VB & CO.,
Wholeftle and Retail Dealers in
SUTLERS' AND NAVAL STORES, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND JHOES, HATS AND CAPS, Ac.,
NO S MERCHANTS’ ROW,
HILTON HEAD, S. C.
O. N. IIRI-Ldwh. M. C. TYI.EE. J. W. TAYLOR.
marll j ts
LARGE SMALL QUANTITIES.
Will be purchased at Fair Rates by the undersigneu.
“SEA ISLAND” PREFF^”" I’* 1 ’*
Partiesde-innxrt,, -■'.will state quantity for dis
posal, and price per bushel desired, and where located.
T. E. SICKLES,
mar 7—ts Box 14, Hilton Head, S C.
OST QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
Central Railroad Bank,
Savannah, Ga., March, Ist, 1865.
In pursuance of orders, received at this oflice, all
citizens occupying buildings, whose owners aie ab
sent within the Rebel lines, or buildings, or other
property belonging to disloyal persons, will, unless
such buildings have been previously assigned—rent
free—settle the rents for the same, due the Uni
ted States, at this oflice on n before tbe 10th of
A failure to comply with the above will cause a
forfeiture of all claims to further occupation.
S. S. STARK,
Capt. and A. Q. M„ in charge of buildings.
Hilton head house,
OOR. OF BRYAN ST. AND JOHN3ON SQI’AEFS,
OY’STERS, ALES, WINES, CIDER, CIGARS
TOBACCO, Ac., always on fend.
The Proprietors will he happy to meet the pat
ronage of their friends and the public. •
WAKEFIELD & WILLIAMS,
mart) ts Proprietors.
GEO. E. WHITE & CO., 55 Cliff street, New
York, offer PERUVIAN AND SWAN ISLAND
GUANO, at wholesale. They have facilities for
tilling orders superior to any other house at present
in the trade.
GEO. E. WHITE & CO. are tbe sole agents for
the Bale of the BRUCE CONCENTRATED MANU
RE, made by the B«ce Fertilizer Company at Staten
This Fertilizer contains 7 per cent, ammonia and
over 40 pee cent, of soluble bone phosphate. Thoiwh
this analysis would hardly lead us to such conclu
sion, yet its practical applications for the two years
past has shown its immediate results to be as great
as where Peruvian Guano is used, and that the soil
is left in better condition for the succeeding year’s
Price, SSO for 2.000 lbs., with discount to the trade.
Headquarters District of Savannah, Ga .
Savannah, March sth, 1865.
General Order, >
No. 3. f
1. Lt. Col Neafle. 156th N. Y. Vols., Relief Com
missioner of Savannah, is hereby appointed Supervi
sor of Trade, the duties of which office he will per
form in addition to those of Relief Commissioner.
2. Capt. John P. Baker, Ist U. S. Cavalry, Acting
Inspector General 2d Division, 19th Corps, is hereby
relieved from his duties as such, and appointed Acting
Inspector General of the District and Post.
By command of
Brevet Maj. Gen. GROVER.
Edward G. Dike, A. A. A. G. mar 6—ts
Headquarters u, s. forces,
Savannah, Ga., Feb. 13, 18G5.
General Order 1
No. 13. /
All officers of the Army arriving at this Post will,
as soon as practicable after their arrival, report at
these Headquarters and register their names, the
duty they are on, the length of time they expect to
stay, if temporarily here, and their residences.
By command of
Brvt. Major Gen. GROVER.
Edward G. Dike, A. A. A, G. l'gb 13
Head’qrbU. S. Forces, Dis’tof Savannah, Ga.,
Savannah, March 6th, 1305.
General Order. I
No. 4. /
Ist Lieutenant Eben Parsons, Jr., 38th Massachusetts
Volunteers, Jndge Advocate, 2d Division, 19th Army
Corps, is hereby relieved from daty as such, and an
nounced as Judge Advocate and Provost Judge of the
District and Post of Savannah.
By command of
Brevet Major Gen. GROVER.
Edward G. Dike. A. A. A. G. mar6—tf
I BROWN & CO.,
- J •
(Late Somes, Brown & C 0,,)
MILITARY AND NAVAL
BANKERS AND COLLECTORS,
2 PARK PLACE, BROADWAY BANK BCILDINO,
Correspondents iu VVasliiugtou—J. W. Fisher & Cos.,
4T3 Fourteenth Street.
ESTABLISHED JUNE, ISO 2.
Wc have complete facilities for transacting business
speedily and correctly in all the Departments at
Washington. Remittances prompt, and terms rea
We give especial attention to obtaining Certificates
for Non-Indebtedness for Ordnance and Quartermas
ters’ Returns for Officers, and settling their accounts.
We collect the following classes of Claims, and make
advances if desired:
Bounties for the heirs of deceased, wounded Sol
diers. and such as have served two years.
Pensions for Invalids, Widows, Mothers, and Or
Arrears of pay for the heirs of deceased, discharg
ed Officers, Soldiers and Sailors, and pay for the Wile
or Widowed Mother of Prisoners of War
Prize Money for the V. S. Navy, together with all
other just Claims, Information freely furnished.
W« purchase and sell all Government Securities,
Quartermasters’ Certificates and Checks, on tire best
References crivenjto leading Bankers and business
firms in New York. f e bl6 ts
HEADQUARTERS U. S. FOROKS,
Savannah, March 9th, I*V5.
No. 21. /
All persons are hereby forbidden to take or in any
manner connive at the taking of letters, newspapers,
or any written communications whatever, outside the
line*. The writers as well as the carriers of written
communications will be held as violating this order,
whenever such communications may be' found upon
the persons or in the baggage of those permitted to
By command of
Brevet Major Gen. GROVER.
Edward G. Dikb, A. A. A. Gen. marlO
TTEADQUARTERB D. S. j-’ORpE*
Li Dw.t'sTwir Off Savannah. Ga*
Savannah, February 22,18C5.
GW4KBAI. Order, \
No. 2. j
Surgeon W. Y. Provost, Acting Medical Director, 24
Diy. 19th A. C., is hereby appointed Medical Director
of the District of Savanuah.
By command of
Brevet Major Gen, GROVER.
Ei)warp 0, Bias, A. A. A, G. feb23
Headquarters U. S. Forces,
Savannah, March 2th, 1865.
No. 20. J
Surgeon Morgan having been relieved from duty m
Health Officer of this Post, Surgeon Provost will Jfl
sum# the duties of the Health Officer iu addition
duties as Medical Director. *
By Command of BS
_ _ „ Brevet Maj. General GRG!^HSH
Epwabp G, Dike, A. A, A. G. mai^B^fsr
QI AftTEKe, ff>K!''T OF THE SotTIL
ilton Head, S, C-, February 17, 1.365,
General Ojj »
* S “; £' ‘ (
I. BeVUjj a General Court Martial, Which convened
2~,i bFla., by virtue of Special Orders No.
a tie J k dated Headquarters, District ot Florida,
;'7i , ltc Brigade, D. S., Jacksonville, Fla., Dec.
i’V- and of which Col. B. O’. Tilghmau, 3d U. S.
*-• s, was President, was arraigned and tried:
111 Silas H. Swcllauil, Commissary Subsistence
Vitaru e :—“ Fraud.”
» to) IKICATION- First:— “ln this, that he, Captain Silas
11. Swell and, C. S. Vols dill fraudulently deKvi r
to George Burt, a civilian trader, to be sold or
used l>y him for his own private benefit, five
(•’»} barrels of flour, subsistence stores lielong
iug to the United States, valued at forty-five dol
lars and fifty cents ($46.50-160.) Tins at St Au
gustine, Fla., on or about the sth of April, 1864.”
Specification Second: —“ln this, that he, Captaiu
Silas 11. Swetland, <’. S. Vols., did
ky'hhu for his own private benefit,
rre ! B Hour, valued a! fifty-five dollars
andtirtveents i555.30-10o,) and three (3; gallons
«>l 11. \\ hiakey, valued at six dollars (soi, subsis
tenee stores belonging to the United States. Ail
ofApriri^ *’ la ” on or a,K)ut the 29th
.Sumi AMON tliis, that lie, Captain
H £ S - Vols -, <ii<l fraudulently
< V? r - l e . u, * rt - a . civilian trailer, to b£
fen - m ,y h i 4 for hLS ow “ private benefit,
m0.n.l fl 1 0, . lr ’ subsistence stores be
longing to the l nited States, valued at one hun
dred and live dollars ($105.) All this at St Au
gustine, J la., on or about the i'oth of Ju1v,1864 ”
Speiuficawon Fourth :-“In this, that he, Captain
DU , H ; a s. Vols., did fraudulently
deliver to Henry A. Wilson, sutler, to be sold or
used by him lor his own private benefit, lour (4)
ban els ol flour, subsistence stores belonging to
A h uiKi lU 7 d o. St A U ' s ’ va . ,UPd ilt forty dollars ($40.)
A this at St. Angustiue, Fla., on or about the
23d ol April, 1864.”
Specification Fifth ;-“In this, that he, Captain
Sfias If. Swetland, C. S Vols., did, in official re
tirrns for the month ot June, 1564, charge to the
account of the United States, the amount of
eighty,seven dollars and fifty-two cents (SB7 52-
ltm,) said to have been paid to one John Miller,
lor cattle, knowing that this money had never
been paid to said John Miller, and knowing that
h)H receipt for it was fictitious. All thi ß “it St
Augustine, Fla., on or about the both of June,
Specification Sixth : “In this, that lie, Captain
Silas 11. Swetland, C. S. Vols., did, in his official
returns for the month of June, 1864, fraudulently
charge to the account of the United States, the
amount ol sixty-seven dollars and sixty cents
($67 66-100,) said to have been paid to William
H. Downs for cattle, knowing that this money
had not been paid to William H. Dowus. All
this at St. Augustine, Flu., on or about the 30th
ol June, 1864."
Specification Seventh:- “In this, that he, Captain
Silas H. Swetland, C. S. Vols., did in bis official
returns for the month ot July, 1564, fraudulently
charge to the account of the United States, the
amount of two hundred und ninety-five dollars
and twenty cents ($295 20- too ) said to have b“en
paid to Benjamin Harn for cattle, knowing that
this sum of money had pot been paid to fieni.,-
ruin Harn. Ail this f.t St. Augnstme, Flit., on or
about the iilgt of July, IS64.*’
Specieication Eighth: —-“In this, that he, Captain
Suas Swetland, C. S. Vols., did in his official
returns tor the mouths of June, July, Au-wst
and September. 1864. fraudulently charge to the
uccoimt ot the United States, various sums, said
to have been paid for cattle, amounting to more
than thirteen bundled and ninety dollars, ($1390)
he, Captain Silas H. Swetland, C. S Vols
- knowing that these various sings amountin'- to
thirteen hundred and ninety dolfars
($1390,) had (lever been paid, as alleged. All
th 4 a at St. Augustine, Fla., at various times, be-
October 1 " June> ISU4 ’ and tlle 46111 04
Specification Ninth :—“ln this, that he, Captain
Sdas H. Swetland, C. S. Vols., furnished a price
list for the sale of U. S. Subsistence Stores, at
the post of St. Augustine, Fla., for the month
of August, 1864, by which list the following ar
ticles, viz., candles, salt, vinegar, corn meal,
sugar, beans and dried apples were sold for more
than the authorized prices, and he fraudnleutlv
retained for hjs own benefit the excess for which
these sold, fins at St. Augustine, Fla., on or
ffoout the Ist of August, 1804 ”
Specification Tenth :~“I„ this,' that he, Captain
Silas H. Swetland, C. S. Vols., having refused to
pay Benjamin Harn for cattle of his which had
beini slaughtered, and having refused permission
to Benjamin Harn to soil his' cattle to other par
ties, then authorized his clerk, Thomas L. Leib,
to purchase of said Benjamin Harn his cattle
claim, with mark and brand at a low price, fur
lushing one-half the purchase money, with the
understanding that he and the clerk should share
the profits: ttiat subsequently he, Captain Silas
Swetland, C. S. Vols., paid to one William Delk,
* l »ft of two hundred and sixty-two dollars
($-02,) or about, as the value of a part of the
atoresaid cattle claim, purchased by said Delk,
which sum he fraudulently charged to the United
States This at St. Augustine, Fla., on or about,
the Ist of October, IS6J,”
Specification Eleventh :-“In this, that he, Captain
Silas H Swetland, C. S. Vols., did render an Ab
stract of sales to citizens for the month of No
vember, 1863, in which the amount of sales to
citizens was fraudulently mis-stated. 'This at
St. Augnstme, Fla., on or about the 30th of No
Specification Twelfth :—“ln this, that he. Captain
H. is\veUa\id, 0. S. Yob* did render an
Abstract of sales to citizens for the month of
December, ISO3, in which the amount of sales to
citizens was fraudulently miss-stated. This at
St. Augustine, Fla., on or about the 31st of De
Specification Thirteenth “In this,that he,Captain
Silas H. Swetland, S. C. Vols, rendered an Ab
stract of sales to citizens for the month of Feb
niary, 1864, in which the amount of sales to
citizens was fraudulently mis-stated. This at
St. Augustine, Fla., on or about the 29th of
Specification Fourteenth “In this,that he,Captain
bilas H. Swetland, C. S. Vols., having paid the
stipulated price, ($5) live dollars per head for
driving ui thirty-eight head of cattle, subse
quently paid one dollar per head for the same
cattle, to a man not concerned in driving the
cattle, and fraudulently charged the whole
amount, ($6) six dollars per head, to the account
of the United States. This at St. Augustine, Fla ,
on or about the Ist of October, 18*1,"
Specification Fifteenth “In this, that he, Captain
Silas H. Swetland, l. 8, Yois„ having a farm un
der cultivation, in part by means and facilities
afforded at tho expense of the United States, and
having obtained a certain quantity of vegetables
from this farm, sold tpe same to-the United
States, by means of fraudulent signatures of
parties who never owned tho HfcjetahW This at '
St. Augustine, Fla., during theSpenths ofjune
and July, 1804" «•***•*%.
Specification Sixt'krntu—ln this,;that he, “Captain*
Silas JI. Swetland, O. S. Vols., has by fraudulent 4
returns defrauded the United Jtates of about ten
thousand dollars ($10,000.) This at St. Augus
tine, Fla., between tho Ist of November, 1863,
and the Ist of November, 1564."
To which charge and specifications the accused
pleaded “Not Guilty.”
The 16th Specification was dropped diming the trial.
The Court, having maturely considered, the evidence ,
adduced, find Dhe accused, Caqtain Silas H. Swetiand A
C. S. Vols., as follows: 4
Os the Srst specitication, “Guilty." 9|
Os the second specification, “Guilty," except idH
words “(a) three gallons of B. whiskey, valued at 4H
Os the tliird specification, “Gniltv." S
Os the fourth specification, •‘Gulity." ■
Os the fifth specification, “Guilty."
which had been slaughtered." * V
Os the eleventh fmeeifioatW, “Gniltv." 1
Os the twepth specification, “Guilty." 1
Os the thirteenth specification, “Guilty.” A
W the fourteenth peeifleation, “Guilty
Os the fifteenth specification.
Os liie charge, "Guilry.”
d lb i o I '
g, * .
“having tvfoaed to pay Benjamin Ham for cattle of his
rhargi.of thePrpvwt Marshal of the District of Fior-'
Ida, until authority is received from the Secretary cf
War to send him to the Penitentiary at Mbanw&w
York, which ls designated as the place of his'impris
onment. • 1
By command of
„ Major-General Q. A. GILLMORE.
W. L. M. Berger, Assistant Adj’t (ieneral. ,
Office of Strfft CoNjiissiONFr,
No. 12C South Broad Street,
- , Savannah, Ga., February 22d, tsos
In accordance with authority conferred upon me. bv
General Order No. 16, from Headquarters U. S Forces
Savannah, Ga., dated Fell. 21st, 135.’,. this city is here
by divided into three Districts, for the purpose of rr
movqjg garbage therefrom.
Tbe First District comprises all that portion or the
city lying North of President and Harrison streets
Carts will remove the garbage from this District oii
Monday and Thursflw «■* each week.
(’arts will remove the
Tuesday and Friday of each week District on
The Third Disirict Coaipritfco ail thiif nnrttnn
city lying .South of Harris street Carts wm th *
the garbage from this District on Wednesday
urday ol each week. eunesday and Sat-
Hereafter all rubbish and garbage which may ucm
niulate must be put into convenient vessels, and n«
vions to S o’clock in the morning of eaeh as alxtve
designated tor the respective Districts; such V w£to
niust be placed upon the sidewalks of the streets o?
alleys, and permitted to remain there until emptied
alter Which the > w*« 1» remold bj
Ail other persons are forbidden to destroyer in anv
way intertere with the vessels so placed upon the “id"-
walks, and they must not be exposed to the Dublfo
view, except as above specified. , c
Keepers of Animals must not permit manure to be
thrown nto the Streets or Aliejs, neither niust the
accumulation tliereol in, or near any stable or yard be
Kd eXCC - d ° ,lecw t before befog re!
C apt. and Street Commissioner.
ITS lIUOADWAY, NEW YORK.
nr i W £Si HES ANJJ JEWELRY
Os every description.
Particularly adapted to
In Extra made Cases,
GOLD AND SILVER,
I deal in nothing but TIME PIECES. Go*ld Watches
from SBO to $800 ; Silver, from 20 to S9O For particu
lars send for my prices lists. Established 2o years,
and confidently refer to any respectable Mercantile
House in the city; also the FdiP.rs tb'» i. B p er
T. B. BYNNER,
_ 17a biuuuwuy. IN. if.
J;. Ta °, f , the absur J and deceptive advertise
ments in the Weeklys. mar 4_eod2m
US. CHRISTIAN COMMISSION^
• Rooms 147 Bay street.
A J.-.rge lot ’of Reading Matter, Writing Taper, En
velopes, Ac., just received and ready for distribution.
ir iicilities for writing Lt*U(*rt» for 41 wishing to &vail
themselves of them. 8
DWIGIIT SPENCER, Agent.
Savannau, Ga., March, 8. 1805.
After this date the Provost Court will be held In the
L. S. Court House, up stairs, comer or Bull and Buy
EBEN PARSONS, Jit.,
mar 9—ts * Lieut, and Provost Judge.
Smull quantities of the Per Manganate of Potash
will be iurnisbed, at the request of auy Physician, by
the Health Officer. feblO
CTEELE & BURBANK,
r. ii iv . Hilton Head, S. C.
Call the attention of Wholesale and Retail purchasers
to their superior stock of
MILITARY AND NAVAL CLOTHING
_ FURNISHINu GOODS,
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, acd Plated
VV a re, Swords, Sashes, Beits, Embroderies, Boots, Capa
Field Glasses, Gauntlets Gloves, Ac., Ac., Ac.
jpLANTATION TOR LEASE.
The OTTER nOLE PLANTATION, 900 acres, on
Hilton Head Island, S. C., for lease on reasonable
tdrms. Apply to
* J. G. THOMPSON,
mar 3—2 w Beaufort, S. C.
RW. CAMPBELL, VETERINARY SURGEON
• having reopened his office and yard, on Wil
liam street, is now prepared to treat (on scientific
principles,) all diseases incident to Horses that are
susceptible of remedy. Charges moderate. Corea
warranted. Terms cash. feblfi ts
Provoit Marshal’s Offic*, /
.... . . Savannah, Ga., Fee. 9, 1865.
All citizens, now residents of this city, are requested
to call at this office anil register themselves as ench.
Heads of families will report the persons composing
By order of Bvt. Maj. Gen. C. Grover.
ROBT. P. YORK,
feblO Lt. Col. and Provost Marshal.
CSAVILLK & CO.,
• Wholesale and Retail Stationers,
Palmetto Herald Store,
Hilton Head, S. C.
s3T* A Liberal Discount to Purchasers at Whole
Cash Orders Dy mail or express promptly filled.
ICE 1 ICE 1 ICE 1
• The subscribers have received from Boston per
Schooiier E. S, Conaut, a cargo of Ice and Lumber,
which will 4be disposed of at the Ice House for
merly street opposlt.;