The Savannah Daily Henald.
MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1805.
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Sl MM Aia OS' \K\VS TO THE 231)1.V5T.
The most important item of intelligence
from the dates brought by the Arugo, was
a iticip.ited by the news published in our
extra of Saturday afternoon, viz; that Sher
man had united with Schofield at Goldsboro;
it seems that the occupation of that place
was effected without a light, the enemy re
tiring it was not known in what direction.
It is doubtful if they will attempt to make
any decided stand to oppose Sherman’s now
overwhelming forces in their irresistible
Gen. Sheridan's laidinp: force had arrived
at White House, on the Pamunky river, on
their returning circuit, and were making
their way to the Army of the Potomac.—
Nineteen battle-lbigs, captured “from the
rebels, had been presented with interesting
ceremonies at the War Department, as tro
phies of the glorious success of the expedi
Particulars of the unsuccessful expedition
to St. Marks, Florida, also come to hand. It
appears that the rebel region of this affair
published in our Friday evening’s paper, was
only too nearly correct. No lodgment on the
St. Marks River was effected ; but a shot and
shell manufactory, and extensive salt works
were destroyed there.
No new movements of importance were
reported in the armies about Petersburg and
Richmond, though there were orders pro
mulgated in reference to passes &c., signifi
cant of approaching activity.
The news from Europe is exceedingly mea
gre. The London Times at length gives up
the Rebel cause, and opines that the extin
tinguishment of the Confederacy is only a
matter of time.
LATER FROM THE NORTH!
GR.EAY? FALX, tit 001,21.
A BUSINESS PAMC.
Interesting’ from t*en. Sherman.
Tuesday, March 21 —0 P. M.
There was intense excitement at the open
ing ot business this morning both in the
gold room and on the Stock Exchange, ac
cording to the indications of last evening.
The panic was wilder than at any previous
stage of its progr a<, and the pressure to sell
among the gold speculators was almost
equalled at the stock board when govern
inept securities were called. J ive -twenties,
which sold at yesterday’s second board at
1061-2, declined to 100 1-2 a 101. Ten
forties fell from 03 to 89 1-2, and sixes of
1881 from 107 to 103 1-2. Railway securities
were simdaily pressed for sale, and the tiab
actions were large. Erie was 3 per cent
lower than at the close of Monday’s aftei
• noon sessior; New York Central 3 i ° Hr -
son Rival 7 3-4, Reading 6 3-4, Northwest
ern 1 3-4, Michigan Central 8 1-2, Illinois
Central 5 3-4,' Cleveland and Petersburg 4
Rock Island 5, Fort Wayne 12 4. Cumber
land 7 1-2, Ohio and Mississippi certificates
1 1-2. Quicksilver 7 1-2
Gold, after selling as low as 138,.reacted to
159 9-8 ; but the improvement was partially
lost during the alternon, under lieavv sales
by the bears, the downward tendency beim
assisted by the report of the occupation m
Goldsboro. The quotations were :
10.30 A. M 155- 2.3.1 P M i-.fi
11.40 A. M 1561-4 3.4-. P. M i'-„; I•>
12.40 P. M 150 1-2 4.24 P. M... if,-, %1
1 -40 P. M 157 1-4 5.00 P. M ] - )( ;
Already failures are numerous, in fact • hut
they will not announce themselves unless
under compulsion, and as credits mature dur
mg the next fortnight they will be likely to I
appear in rapid succession, and how far the
evil consequences of the legal tender act I
may extend is entirely uncertain.
(From the N. Y. Herald, March 29.)
The retirement of the enemy from Golds
boro’. N. C., without a fight, and the occu
pation of that town by General Sbermau’s
army are reported from Newbem and Fort
ress Monroe. This announcement, though
not made positively, is no doubt correct as
General Johueton’s rebels are said to be so
demoralized and panic stricken that all Gen
eral Sherman has to do is to keep “marching
on.” Generals Sherman’s aiul Schofield’s
forces have effected a junction, and are nmv
furnished with supplies by steamers which
run up the Neuse river from Newberu. It
is said that on retreating, from Goldsboro’ the
rebels moved towards Virginia, and it was
thought doubtful whether they would make
any attempt at all to stay General Sherman s
progress. The Richmond Sentinel of last
Monday contained a statement that four di
visions of Sherman’s army were repulsed with
heavy loss near Fayetteville on last Friday.
This, however, is known to be untrue.
General Sheridan’s command was at the
White House, on the Pamunkey river, on
Sunday last, but was commencing to again
move towards James river, which it lias pro
bably reached before the present time, and
where a junction with the Army of the Poto
mac would tie effected. Nineteen flags cap
tured from the rebels by General Sheridan s
men on their recent raid weie yesterday pre
sented to the War Department, the presenta
tion being attended with very interesting
We have particulars of the recent expediton
under General Newton up the St. Mark's
river, Florida. The object was to clear out
the rebels iu that portion of the State, inflict
such damage on them as should lie found
practicable, and if possible, capture the towh
of St. Marks. Though ha did not accom
plish all which he hoped to, still General
Newton was to a gie it extent successful.
After several severe sk rmishing, (hiving the
enemy all the time before him, his command
Arrived at the Natural Enid.gr, on St. Maiks
river, eight m les above Newj o t, on the 6th
inst. At this point the rebels were found in
strong force and well posted. Here a stub-
born light took place; but the enemy,
though far superior in numbers, was finally
driven from the field. Owing to this dispari
ty in the national force, and to the bridges
over the river being burned, General Newton
and c.r.e.l it expedient to postpone till another
occasion further operations against the town
of St. Marks, and his command fell back,
without being troubled by the rebels, and re
turned to Key West. During the stay of
his troops on the mainland they destroyed a
rebel shot and shell factory end extensive
salt works. Their casualties in killed, wound
ed and missing are estimated at oue hundred
It was recently stated in the South Caro
lina Legislature that the entire effective force
of the rebel confederacy is only one hundred
and twenty-one thousand men, and official
documents from Richmond were produced to
prove the statement.
No new military movements in either of
the armies on James river are reported; but
the issue of passes to civilians to visit them
was yesterday suspended by the War De
partment. All the sutlers were ordered away
from these two armies last week.
The government of San Salvador has re
leased Eradshaw and Reynolds, two of the
men supposed to have been implicated in the
rebel plot, disclosed some months ago, to
capture the American steamer Salvador, run
ning between Panama and Central American
ports. Several of the conspirators, it will be
remembered, were arrested by our naval
authorities iu the Pacific and sent as prison
ers to San Francisco.
Another of the powder mills at Hazard
ville (good name) Conn., exploded to-day.
None of tlie workmen were injured. The
loss is estimated at six thousand dollars.
Gold was in lull panic at the opening of
tin market yesterday; bat it afterwards qui
eted down, and closed at 156 5-8. Govern
ments submitted to a further heavy decline,
and the whole stock market was considera
bly lower. At the evening board gold closed
The violent fluctuations of gold being
generally looked upon as portentous, a gen
eral crash among the mercantile public is re
garded as imminent. In fact, the approach
ing storm lias already been heralded by
failures—positive and comparative—besides
several others which are apprehended. lYe
markets were wholly unsettled yesterday,
aiul prices of everything were entirely nom
inal, fluctuating with almost every hour.
Cotton, petroleum, groceries, &c., were dull
and nominal, while ou ’Chantre everythin< t
was unsettled. Pork fluctuated to the e .\-
tent ol $4 75 per bbl. New mess sold as
low as $24 25, and as high as S2B 50. Other
kinds of provisions were irregular, but the
changes were not so radical. Freights were
dull, and rates were nominal, vvhile°whiskey
declined 2c. a 3c., with a moderate iuoufry
The market for heef cattle this week was
excited by the interruption to transportation
caused by the great freshet, the number of
cattle not being more than half as large as it
ought to be to supply all wants. Prices at
the opening were accordingly 1 l-2c. a 2c.
higher, but subsequently declined, closing at
only I-2c. ale. higher. Prices ranged from
13 l-2c. to 22c. a 24c. Cows were steady.—
Veals were firmer, varying from 10c. to"lsc.
Sheep and* lambs were scarce and higher
varying trom $9 to sls. Hogs were also
firmer, varying from 13c. to 14 l-4c. The
total receipts were 2,425 beeves, 154 cows,
. veals, 5,561 sheep and lambs, and 1,908
Washington, March 21, 1865.
An evening paper here publishes a state
ment purporting to come Ifom the Richmond
Sentinel of yesterday, that “four divisions of
General Sherman’s army were repulsed near
lrayetteville, ou the 16th inst., with heavy
loss.” Nobody here believes this assertion
of the Sentinel. Up to the latest advices
General Sherman bad followed his pro
gramme as regards time and route of march,
imd it is known that he expected to be at
Goldsboro’ on the 20th. To oppose his ad
vance,it is equally well known that Johnston’s
force does not exceed forty thousand men,
partly made up of those who have recently
been well thrashed by General Schofield,
with his inferior force, at Kinston.
There is no reason to believe that ani
se nous resistance was contemplated by the
rebels to the advance of Sherman to Golds
boro’, where he would form a junction with
k-chotield a forces. A lone his army is more
than a match for any force that “Johnston
could concentrate against him:. United with
hchoheld he can fight and whip the whole
rebel force under both Johnston and Lee.—
At ihe most it is not probable that anythin l *
more than a skirmish can have taken place°
and that with the usual result.
1 wo or three weeks more will bring Sher
man within co-operating distance of Grant s
position, and Lee’s opportunity of an escape
by way ot Danville will, if not previously
improved, have passed away. The time
when Lee could have accomplished anything
by a bold and rapid movement against Slier- ;
man has already gone by, anil be can now
only prolong the contest by a speedy retreat
and abandonment of Richmond.
Washington, March 21, 1805.
Passengers who arrived to-day from Citv
Point say : ,
News from General Sherman reached there
on Sunday, through two scouts who left him
110 hail occupied Goldsboro’ without op
position, having connected with General
General bhcrnian wrote several days ago
from 1* ayettevillo to a friend that he has re
ceived h;s supplies from up the Cape Fear
river, and was, at the time of writing, ready
to move again, and that he had followed
with slight exceptions, the path laid out be
fore he left Savannah. He states that he
had ordered the arsenal at Fayetteville to be
blown up. as he hardly thought the govern
ment would need an arsenal in future in
either of the Carolinas. J6huston’s entire
army was aj or near Goldsboro’. It is be
lieved that he has not more than forty thou
The s*eamships Borussia, frpm Southamp
ton March 8; Mfcshington, from Havre March
; City of Washington, from Queenstown
March 0, and City ot Loudon, from Queens
town March 9, arrived at New York on the
Ihe news by the City of London is four
England, as represented by the London
limes and other leading journals, gives up
tiie rebel cause as hopeless. The London
J lines, informed by special correspondence
irom ( harleston and advices from New York
dated to the 22d of February, says that the
e\t nguiSiiment of the rebellion is only a
question ol a very short time, and that it re
mains to be seen whether the Confederacy
will be permitted to “bleed to death” or be
taken again into the Union.
Marquis de Jtholon, French Minister in
Mexico,is appod Minister to Washington.
From South trica we learn that there
were tbirty-throreign war vessels lying in
the Plate riverrhe siege of Montevideo
was in force, oof the banks in Monte
video had susped specie payment.
Consols closen London, March 9, at
88 5-8 aBB 3-4 money. The Liverpool
cotton market v flat on the 9th instant.
Breadstuff’s werpiiet. and steady. Pro
visions were dul
[OEHPATCH FROM t SFECIAI. CORRESPONDENT.]
New Yo Wednesday Morning,
I’clock, March 22.
NE UP !
! You may as 11 get your big flags all
I ready, for the la advices from Richmond
| show these imjxant facts, which prove
| conclusively that : rebellion is as good as
| “gone ftp ”at thinoment. These facts are
| as follows:
1. Jeff, in a Iter to Gen. Lee, urges
him to have a osultation with one U.
g. Grant, (a gemtnan located not many
thousand miles fro the Spottswood House,
and who is knowns an unflinching devotee
to the Star Spaned Banner, etc.,) giving
said Lee all the flower necessary to enter
iuto negotiations or peace : and poor Jeff,
with uplifted :mds, and big tears
in his ejes, imploid him at feast to secure a
! temporary susjrensia of hostilities! Os course
j the ropy of Gen. '.rant to the note ot Gen.
i Bee very respectfily decliued anything to
do with the mattr, as the treaty making
| jiower laid with tin authorities at Washing
ton. Everybody islaughing at Lee and Jeff.
2- The rebel Conjress has adjourned. The
importance of this lays in the fact that this
august body has separated vvitiout taking
any uoice whatever of any the recom
mendafons of Jeff, made byLim on the.
basis tlat such recommendatpns must be
carried tut t) insure the very lie of the con
federacy Bit they didn’t it, and got
away from the 'sound of GrAlt’s constantly
approachiugcannou as fast at possible.
3. The sane Congress passed the bill con
scripting slavis, but omittc/to endorse Gen.
Lee’s request that such slaves shall have
their freedom it the expiration of their ser
vice in the rans. Lee considered that the
negroes could iot be depended upon without
this provision, and said that the resources to
fill the ranks titii white men were exhaust
ed, consequent their passing the act in the
shape they die atswers to nothing.
AN IIPtUTANT STATEMENT
has been made which interests the citizens
of Savannah miterially. It is this, that Se
cretary McCullch strenuously urges upon
the Government he obtaining of all facts re
lative to the owcrsliip of the captured cot
ton at Savannah.and that such amounts as
shall have been ’roven to have belonged to
citizens of Undoubted loyalty, shall be allow
ed them as may \r obtained by its sale. Os
course the claimaof more of the genuses of
the Lower Stamp Vi!l ba considered for an
have been upon us. The iuterior of this
State, Pennsylvania, and Ohio have suffered
severely. Many villages aud large portions
ot towns and cities huve been submerged,
inflicting milliotn of dollars worth of damage.
But few lives hate been lost. The Petrole
umiled are sorely exercised at the complete
inundation of Oil City, in Pennsylvania.—
Machinery, derricks, houses, and quantities
of ‘fae” have been boated off. The flood has
now subsided,and ralroad facilities arc being
has been raising the devil with Richmond,
by cutting the James river canal all to pieces—
destroying all the bridges around that city
and Lynchburg, and raised [such a panic in
Richmond that they impress even the prin
ter’s devils to man their outer works.
ACCOUNTS FROM ENGLAND
show that the friends of the Rebels in that
“neutral” country are fast fading out of
sight. Some of the leading papers there are
arguing on the possibility of a re united
United States agaiu, slapping John Bull in
the face in retort for insults heaped on both
sections during the past three years. He will
get it by and bye.
OUIt LAST ACCOUNTS
from Sherman are via Ncwbenvon the 18th,
at which time he and Schofield were repre
sented as having formed a junction.
this morning 157. Everything has tumbled
from 80 to 50 per cent this week.
' A. F. L.
Our Late New' York News. —We pub
lish this morning; an interesting despatch
from our special fbrresclondent in New York
City, dated at 10 o’clock in the forenoon
of the 22d. We have other interesting let
ters from him, which wc shall publish here
after. One of them will appear to-morrow
morning, and we expect to obtain from the
mails, in season for use in that edition, our
Washington and New England correspon
Crowded Out.— -We are obliged to omit a
large amount of local matter from this edi
tion. It will appear to-morrow morning.
Purser Frei». W. Ely, U. S. S. Arago,
has our thanks for full files of Northern
For the first time in two hundred years a
new fish has been aided to the English bill
of fare. _ Lately they have imported from
Wallachia the Silurus Glenus, with habits
something like the eel, which grows to the
weight ot fifty pounds and is said to very de
licious. It is a fresh water fish.
PORT ROYAL HOUSE, (HILTON HEAD,) MAR. 25.
A. M. Forbes, Savannah.
W. R. Keunison, Beaufort, S. C.
J. S. Bliss, h* 0
P. Ilnslan, “ “
W. M. Kingman, * “ “
Mrs. J. H. Fowler, Charleston.
.T. H. Fowler,
W. M- Simona, “
J. McKenney, “
Mias Dean, **
\V. tV. Rice, Ed into Island.
,T. V. Dunlap, New Y'ovk.
M. tV. Maqninp, Illinois.
C. B. Fenfon, New York. ,
T. C. Leland, •* “
B. F. King, Georgetown, S. C.
J. H. Doolittle. Conn.
M. Nichols, Hilton Head.
A. W. Edwards, 15th A. C.
G. B. Morton, Mich.
J. G. Foster, Mich.
J. M. Gifford, lowa.
H. KilboCrne, Fla.
D. H. Henry, Fla.
11. N. Kelly, Penn.
S. H. Martin, Charleston.
O. S. Sanford, Charleston.
E. A. Hammond, New York.
F. Cronin, U. 8. N.
D. Dcandoff, Ind.
[ Compiled expvesslt/ for the. Savannah D ilia
Catheral of St. John the Baptist—northeast
comer of Perry and Drayton streets.—Mass
6 1-2 a. m., 8 1-2 a. m. High Mass 10 1-2 a.
m., Vespers 4 [>. m. Sunday School 2 1-2 p.
m., Stations ot the Cross; concluding with
the Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacra
ment, Friday evening, 7 o’clock. Clergy—
Right Rev. Augustus Verot, D. D. Bishop of
Savannah; T. F. O’Neil, Sr. Vicar General;
Rev. Peter Whelan, Rev. Peter Dufau, Rev.
Henry P. Clavreul.
St. Patrick’s Church—southeast corner of
West-Broad and Liberty streets, —Rev. Chaa.
Prendergast,— Mass 8 1-1 a. m., High Mass
10 1-2 a. m.
FROTEBANT EPISCOPAL CHURCHES.
Christ’s Church—east side of Johnson
Square comer Bull and Congress streets;
Rev. Charles Coley Assistant Rector. Service
10 1-2 a. m.; Sunday School 4 p. in., Prayers
Wednesday and Friday 11a. m.
St. John’s Church—west side of Madison
Square, coiner Bull aud Charlton streets;
Rev. C F. Mcßae, Rector. Service 10 1-2
a. m., 3 1-3 p. m.; Sunday School 9a. m.—
Wm. S. Bogart, Superintendent. Players
daily at 5 p. m.
Trinity Church—west side St. James
Square, corner Barnard and York streets;
Rev. A. M. Winn, Pastor. Service 10 a. m.;
Sunday School 3 1-2 p. m.; Mr. Magill.—
Service Tuesday at 4 p. m.
Savannah Lutheran Church East side
Wright Square, comer Bull aud State streets;
Rev. D. M. Gilbert, Pastor. Services 10 1-2
a. m., a t 2 p.m., Sunday School 9a. m.;
John T. Thomas, Superintendent. Service
Thursdays 3 1-2 p. m.
Independent Presbyterian Church—South
west comer Bull and South Broad streets.
Rev. I. S. K. Axson, D. D., Pastor. Ser
vices 10 1-2 a. m., 3 1-2 p. m., SundaySchool
9 a. m.; John W. Anderson, Superintendent.
Service Thursday afternoons.
Savannah Baptist Church—West side of
Chippewa Square, comer Bull and Hull
streets ; Rev. Sylvanus Lundrum, Pastor:—
Service 10 1-2 a. m. Sunday School 3 1-2
p. m.; Geo. W. Davis, Superintendent.—
First African Baptist Church—West side
Franklin Square, corner Montgomery and
Bryan streets; Rev. Wm. Campbell, Pastor.
Service 10 1-2 a. m., 3 1-2 and 7p. m. Sun
day School 2p. m.; James Sims, Superin
tendent, Charles L. De La Motta, Assis
tant. Church service Thursdays 7 p. m.,
prayers, Mondays 7 p. m.
Second African Baptist Church—West side
Green Square, corner State and Houston
streets; Rev. John Cox, Pastor. Service
10 1-2 a. m., 3 1-2 and 7 p. m. Sunday
School 2 1-2 p. m.; Herman Eves, Su
perintendent, Wm. Gorgan, Assistant. Pray
ers, Tuesdays and Thursdays 7 p. m.
Third African Baptist Church Bryan,
near Falian street. Ilev. E. Houston, Pas
tor. Service 10 a. m., 3 and 7p. m. Prayers
Mondays and Thursdays 7 p- m.
Fourth African Baptist Church—Liberty,
near Montgomery street. Rev. Isaac Brown
Pastor, Rev. Henry Taylor, Assistant Pastor.
Service 10 1-2 a. m., 3 1-2 and 7 p. m. Pray
ers, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7 p.m.
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church —West
side Calhoun Square. Rev. James Porter,
Lay Reader. Service 10 10 a. m., 7p. m.
Union Methodist Episcopal—New street,
near Fahan street, north Central Rail Depot.
Rev. Wm. Bentley, Pastor. Service 10 a. in.,
3 1-2 p. ra., 7p. m. Sunday School 12 1-2 p.
m. Henry Bates, Superintendent.
Miekva Israel, north-east corner of Whita
ker and Liberty streets. Rev. A. Epstein,
Reader. Service Friday 3 o’clock p. m. Sa
turday 9 1-2 o’clock a. m.
Bnai Berith Jacob, Army Hall building,
west side Wright Square, 'comer Bull and
State streets. Services Friday, 5 o’clock p.
m. Saturday 9 o’clock a. m.
German Lutheran Church corner of Dray
ton and Gordon streets. J
Wesley Chapel—North-east corner of Lin
coln and South Broad streets.
Penfields Mariners Church—Bay street
south side between Abercorn and Lincoln
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Headquarters, Department of the South,
Hilton Head, 8. c„ Feb. 28, 1865.
General Orders, )
No. 24. (
Lieut -Col. James F. Hall, Ist N. Y. Vol. Engineers,
f?™ 1 " b^f u * 011 . account of receiving leave of absence,
thu P re i f v ? ll Provost Marshal General of
serie« U frnm f 5 e "'‘ ral Orders No. 11, current
t u W: Headquarters, and having since been
in°th» f lO * bis Regiment, now serving
part,,u ’ nt °f Virginia, will turnover all rec
propelly Pertaining to the office of Provost
Marsha. General, which he may have in his possession,
1 jTisv Lient.-001. Stewart L. Woodford,
his Regiment 8 ’ an< * to the Headquarters of
By command of
T _ _ Major-General Q. A. GILLMORE.
" • L. M. Bcrokb, Assistant Aqj't General.
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' ' A furnished House, or three or foni famished
rooms m a house where there are no boarders and a
small family. Any party having the above will find It
to their advantage to address
'‘'Y A J SO N," Box 5, Savannah Herald Office.