, Savannah Daily Herald.
FRIDAY. APRIL. V, 1865.
fbo.h oi:b evesl\g edition
Acgubta Personals.-We learn from friends
mming through the lines that the latest sub
terfuge adopted by the fire-eating secession
ists of Augusta, to shield themselves from
the array, is the “Detective Corps.” The
entrance fee to this nice little Mutual Preser
vation Society is fifty thousand dollars.—
Such ardent and self-sacrificing patriots as
Jesse Ansley, Wm. and Thomas Roberts,
Porter Fleming and others of that stamp,
who. regardless of the general want and
misery around them, have fattened upon
speculation in rice, flour, bacon and other
necessaries of life, avail themselves of the
protection of this inquisitorial committco;
and, while they hunt the h usbands and sons
into the rebel army, abuse the unprotected
families left behind. Mims, the former blood
thirsty enrolling officer, whose name is yet
a terror iu the hcrthes of Augusta, has been
removed, but has succeeded in escaping the
service by gettiug a position in the Quarter
The most popular branch of the service
in Augusta among the chivalrous young
gentlemen who have flocked to that inland
place of safety, from Charleston, Savannah,
and else.vhere, is the Navy! The “Naval
Brigade ” iB now full iu numbers, and com
posed of the flower of the South. They are
becoming most proficient in their duties,
which, iudeed, are only loafing, gallanting
the ladies, and drinking the vilest whiskey.
There are serious grounds for apprehension,
it is said, that the youug gentlemen here are
going to the bad at a fearful rate, and the
young ladies with them.
The Presentation to Col. C. A. Rice.—
A few days since, our correspondent at Hil
ton Head, gave an account of the presenta
tion of a splendid horse and equipments to
Lt. Col. C- A. Rice, Chief of Military Police,
and Assessor of the District of Hilton Head.
The Colonel has made in a letter to
the donors, in which, after expressing his
gratitude for the magnificent gift, he gives
utterance to the following manly declara
tion of his soutiments and future course of
action, which every public officer would do
well to consider, when placed in a similar
I have before declined testimonials, both
because I deemed myself unworthy of them,
and in that I think the reception of them, by
an officer charged with executive duties,
from those whom might come within the
Bcope of his official capacity, was manifestly
improper, by either influencing his action in
an involuntary way,or giving rise to injurious
suspicious of sucli an effect. I should have
refused this generous gitt, had I known of it
in advance, or had I not felt sure that it was
a sincere expression of esteem, dictated by
no improper motive, with the full
kuowledge that the impartiality of
my official conduct could in no
way be affected by any private consideration.
I hope this explanation will not be deemed
a modification of my expression of sincere
thankfulness for so flattering and so accept
able gifts, from tfiose. iu whom I take so
much interest; but I deem it proper to make
it, in justice to myself, as well, also, as to
those who have so complimented me. If the
circumstance has any influence on my course
as an officer connected with the civil govern
ment of a post, it will be, I can promise, to
make me more scrupulously just anu impai
tial in what I do; more zealously devoted to
the thorough performance of all my duties;
and more cautious that every official act
shall meet the approval of all reasonable peo
ple. I am, very respectfully.
Your obedient servant,
C. A. Rice,
Lieut. Col. 144th N. Y.. & Chief Mil. Police.
Passengers per Steamer L t .S. Grant for
Hilton Head.— Mr. Rush, Henry R. Ryder,
Wm. Phillips, A. M. Wait and witty A. Bin
baun, D. B. Sohnson, John H. Planter, Mrs.
C. Can and two children, Tanias Drew,
Lieuts. Logan, Kellp, Martin, and
Townsend, Major Poly Lawrence, Ser
geant Major; CIV* Byrington and two chil
dren, Hughes, (», T. stiller, Pnvata
AheisicK,' I4tli Me. Vols,; PriAate Simon W.
Morse, Dr. J. C. Provost, Mr, ,T. Cox, Mr.
Wright, Mrs. Laßoclic, Hill, Gowdv, Lieut.
Smith, Charles W. -Mclntire. W. Melntire,
Lieut. Easton, 32d V. S. C. TANARUS., Lieut Braui
gan, C'ol. Ransom and 2 clerks, Mr. Peppier,
John E. Hayes. Mrs. Sarah Delauch, Mrs.
Isabella Hamilton', Miss Mary Hamilton,
Capt. Murphy, Capt. Hall and five men, Pe
ter Renan, Mr. lleisy, Wm. S. Roseback,
Dr. Bennett, John Bennnett, Gilbert Budy,
Dr. T. F. Waring.
The Shenandoah.— The latest intelli
gence from Melbourne, Australia, brings in
formation that the Shenandoah, the rebel
cruiser, was still at that port awaiting per
mission from the Govornor to coal and make
-repairs. The Captain promised to observe
strict neutrality, and get to sea again as soon
.as possible. The Shenandoah was thought
to be too late to do much mischief, as there
was scarcely an American vessel trading
there. The stories of her depredations have
been much exaggerated.
First Provost Cocrt. —Judge Parsons
granted to several citizens permission to take
\ oath of allegiance.
Northern Dates to the Ist.
THE GREAT MOVEMENT BEGUN
GEJ. GRIST TABES THE FIELD LT PERSOY
The Enemy Enable to Resist the
SEVERE FIGHT BY THE FIFTH
Junction or Thomas and Gillem In East
Sheridan Turning the Enemy’s
gold dowx to lai j.a.
[special dispatch BY V. 8. MIUT.VEY TELE
Hiltoh Head, g. Q , April 6,-1865.
The Naval supply steamer arrived here to
day with Philadelphia dates to the Ist
I am indebted to Capt. Jesse Merrill, Chief
Signal Officer, for the following synopsis of
latest news as signalled from the flag-ship.
Some of the news is latter than that contain
ed in the papers.
The grand movement has begun; all our
armies are in motion, and the severesj fight
ing of the war is expected.
The news from the Army of the Potomac
is important. The 24th Corps hold Hatcher’s
apd Gravelly Runs.
Gen. Sherman ie at Dinwiddie Court
House; he is flanking the Rebels on the
right. Gen. Grant has taken the field in per
son, and his headquarters are at Gravelly
Run. Enemy ara unable to check our ad
vance; the sth corps ha* had a sharp fight,
they suffered terribly aud were obliged to
retreat. Gen. Thomas has formed a junc
tion with Geo. Gillem, in East Tennessee;
his army Is moving towards Lynchburg.
VI. S. W.
Gold closed in New York on the evening
of the 31st at 151 1-2.
Iu my first despatch, instead of saying the
sth Corps retreated, should have said that
they lost only three hundred, (300) men, and
that they drove the enemy a mile with severe
-It is Sheridan and not Sherman, that is at
Dinwiddie Court House. Gold closed at New
York at 151 1-2. m. S. W.
We are in expectation of despatches which
may arrive at any moment; should they
come after our Evening Edition has gone to
press, and should their importance warrant
it, the news will be immediately issued in an
Hiltok Head, April 6.
Tho following are despatches from the
New York papers of the Ist;
Headq’rb Army of the Potomac, )
March 29. 1865. >
The route taken by a portion of this army
is the same over which it lias travelled sev
eral times heretofore, viz; the Vaughan and
Halifax roads, running southwest across
Hatcher’s Run; the column started at 3a.
m. this morning. A large cavalry force un
der Gen. Sheridan took the Halifax road to
wards Dinwiddie Court House.
The infantry column crossed Hatcher’s
Run on the Vaughan Road, but met with no
opposition until they arrived within a short
distance of the Boydtown Plank Road,
where the enemy’s pickets were found, and
were driven back.
Griffin’s Division was sent up the Quaker
Road, and about 3 o’clock in the P. M., a
division of the enemy made its appearance,
and not knowing the strength of our force,
formed in line and charged, but the rebels
were repulsed with heavy* loss. A number
of prisoners were taken and brought in;
they said it had been a complete surprise to
them, as they had expected an attack in the
vicinity of Fort Steadman, and that these
troops had been marched there to meet it.
It is believed that the Rebels were hnrry
; ingmen toward the Southside Railroad, in the
j afternoon in the hope of being able to prevent
! its destruction, but great confidence was felt
that Sheridan would be a little ahead, and
that by the next night w’e would have news
of its destruction at some point near Burkos
ville. If this should be accomplished, it is
claimed that the evacuation of Petersburg
and Richmond must follow.
W. D. McG.
The following incident is told as occurring
at the recent New Jersey railroad accident.—
Moses Goddard, a Vermont soldier, who was
dying ot Lis hurts, remarked to a lady who
held him in her -arms and endeavored to
.^ B ,^ aßt agonies by bathing his face:
* ** B riglit, do so, Fanuie, I have served
my three years, and come home to die,” no
doubt thinking he was addressing his wife.
FURTHER MpciLARS OF
Enemy Deceijßnd Surprised*
Probable Desyglttm of the South
[Bpecial the N. Y. Times.]
WaMdn, March 31. 1865.
The latest from the Army of
the Potomac is jWnoon of yesterday, at
which time no flB engagement had been
fought. A larijP’ce is thrown to the west
side of Hatcheifln as a support to Sheri
dan’s powerfulwun which will strike for
the south sidrtß Danville railroad. It is
represented tMus movement may precipi
tate an attar. Jrorri he enemy who, in order
to interrap^perulu's operations, must come
out of timake the attack.
On WMcsday ight the Rebels opened
with thw artiller on the line in front of
Fort Hodman coveying the impresssion
tbit ttyff were elfiir expecting an attack or
w»e *bout to maa one.
I lasted two \ three hours, but aside
frol a few wound!, there was no other re
sult This is all lit there is from the front
of [trustworthy caracter.
Washi>ton, Friday, March 31.
lifcrmation frocthe advauco of the Ar
my if the Potoma dated “Hatcher’s Run,”
Tbuiday morninf shows the locality of
the Jrmy under Gn. Grant, at that time
to be in a line pa!lei with the East end
of the Boydtown Fink Road and west of
Tbe«e Importantbsitious have been gain
ed with but little rljstanco from the enemy.
The Fifth Corps Aid a sharp encounter
with the Rebels oi the Quaker Road, on
Wednesday, but lit in the affair less than
three hundred (30fmen, and drove the Re
bels nearly a mile ,’ith severe loss to them,
and our men also captured a number of
Wshdcgion, March 31st.
It ia reported,but Dt-authenticated,that the
Rebels during Wedfesday night, made sev
eral attempts to through our lines in
the neighborhood of Tort Steadman, but our
forts and artjlery opened on them a terrible
fire, which dfove themback in confusion uu
til they abai£oned the contest.
Richmond papers of Wednesday report
that General Sheridan passed Dinwiddie
Court Houje on Wednesday A. M., and they
think his destination is the sodth side R. R.
Information from City Pojht dated at 2
o’clock Thursday P. M.,say/ that very heavy
cannonading cctnmenced qrf 10:30 o’clock on
that morning, afid was very furious until 1:30
in the afternoo , in diiection of the Peters
burgh front; a advance was probably in
progress, but ni particulars were known at
City Point at thafitae the mail boat left.
Baltimore, Friday, March 31.
The flag-of-trud boat Manhattan arrived
at Annapolis this P. M. with 750 released
Union prisoners. The Manhattan brings a
rumor that Petersiurgli had been evacuated.
St. Louis, March 30.
A despatch frond Mobile Point, dated the
22d inst., says Col Moore’s brigade landed
near Navy Cove today and drove a ppriion
of Gen. Gardner's tommand lour mi*?®, when
the rebels being rehforced from Mobile, and
the object of the having been
accomplished, Oof. Mock* fell back with
out loss. preparation was made
for heavy fighthg on the 21st inst,, and the
sound of artilley came dow r n the bay all
day yesterday *ad was distinctly board at
Fort Gaines. Eigh winds are operating to
j day, and the s»undof artillery appeals to
l have coased, and tie results remain yet to be
j Second Pkovos- Court. — A limited docket
j was on hand this morning to be disposed of
I by Judge Walton. The following is a tran
la the ciue of Margaret O’Byrne vs. Mar
garet T. Coran, before the court on the 3rd
Inst., (barged with stealing a chicken. De
feudanriieing put on otth stating that she did
: commit the often ca, the penalty formerly
imposed was rescinded.
Mrs. Margaret Condon was granted per
mission to collect the tents on her property.
Street Conmiissione’ vs. Ferguson (col
ored). Making fraudulent representations in
: regard to cleaning prides. •
Street Commissionervs. John C. Cury, vio
lation of General OrdelNo. 16, fined $5.
T. D. Stanberg vs. jtiebard Bill (colored')
theft of mules* Orderel that defendant be
placed in confinement ivo weeks.
John McDermott vs Mrs. Catherine Don
elly, claim for recover} of rent. Ordered that
defendant pay to plaimlffthe sum of sLx iol
lars in liquidation of said rent, within six
Permission was granted Laurence Dunn,
to collect all legal rents due him on his pro
perty on East Broad and Bryan streets,
Gen. Kilpatrick, iu the brush with Hamp
ton's Cavalry, fought almost in puris natural
ists, having nothing on but his drawers.
PORT ROYAL HOTEL, HILTON HEAD, APRIL 4.
J B Norris, Manchester, N H.
D McPherson, Charleston
G A Gardner; Capt and ADC.
G P.Chase, Andover, Mass.
D H Rice, Rochester, N Y.
J McLaughlin, Hilton Head.
Z S Sports, Northviile, Ga.
G Hill, Hilton Head.
D B Carey, Hilton Head.
L T Wilms, Lt and A A Q M
H Dietz®], s2d 111 Vols.
A M Forbs, Beaufort S C.
Capt J J P Milton, 58th N Y Vols
LtMDawnie, “ “ “
Lt D Wheat, “ “ “
Lt Champiu, “ “ “
Lt Raas, “ “ “
EL Otis, “ “ “
J H Hills, Boston, Mass.
W L Buck and family, Charleston.
Mrs Buck, . “
JM Holden, “ #
Mrs Jarvis, “
Capt M R Woodin, “
Col T S Smith, “ •
Capt G Bridgeford, *•
W H Sands, Boston, Mass,
A 8 Bigelow, New Bedford, Mass.
T M Denham, “ “ “
G Brooks, Hilton Head
O.Webstev, “ “
E Stewart Beaufort S C.
W II Stanford, New York.
Capt. J Gates, 33d Ohio Vols.
J Mercer, New York.
L J Turner. Charleston.
W S Bailey, U 8 N.
A C Fish, Charleston.
G Fisk, Me.
G A Manny, Charleston^
H P Rugg, Savannah.
H Dillon, Charleston.
W E Wording, Beaufort S C.
JH Howland, “ “
J F Slattery, Charleston.
F E Salmas, Wilmington, N C.
J D Higgins, Conn.
J G Foster, Mich.
Lt T II Ferrell, 20th Ohio Vols
ColE’Y Carman, Charleston.
Hon W McGilvary, Me.
H H Wright and family, Charleston.
L D Etickney and femily, Fla.
F, A. M.
.V. E. earner of B~'M and Broughton Streets , Lodge
Room on Third Story , Entrance on Broughton St.
SOLOMON’S LODGE, No. 1, meets on the Ist and
3d Thursdays in each month. R. T. Turner, W. M.:
John Nicholson, 8. W.; John Foley. J. W.; H. C.
Freeman. Treasurer: James M. Jones, Secretary; J.
Holbrook Estill, 8. D.; H. L. Schreiner, J. D. jJ.
ZERUBABEL LODGE, No. 15, meets on the 2d
and 4th Thursdays in each month. Wm. Greene, W.
M.; David Thomson, 8. W. ; Thomas Ballentine, J.
W.- Alfred Haywood. Treas.; M. Loewenthal, Sect.;
Milton Humphreys, S. jj.; wm. w. Metzger, J. and.;
M. Bolev, Tyler.
CLINTON LODGE, No. 54, meets on tho Ist and 3d
Mondays in each month. Simon E. Byck, W. M.: Jno.
Rutherford, & W.; W. Gibbons, J. W.; Wm. M. Da
vidson, Treas.; D. H. Galloway. Sect.; P D. Hllzheim,
S. D.; W. A. Stern, J. D.: J. Cavanaugh, Tyler.
ANCIENT LANDMARK LODGE, No. 231. meets
on 2d and 4th Tuesdays iu each month. E. C. Hough,
W. M,; W. F. Holland, S. W.; S. L. Butler, J. W.j A.
Wilbur, Treas.; James M. Prentiss, Sect.; W. Linder,
S. D.; E L. Hackett, J. D.; Sami. Jones aud S. P.
Be!i. Stewards ; J. Cavanaugh, Tyler.
GEORGIA CHAPTER, No 3, meets on the 2d and
4th Wednesdays in each month. R. T. Turner, H. P,;
W. Greene, K.; A. S. Ciark, S.; D. H. Galloway, O H.;
J. Holbrook Estill, ?. S.; Thomas B llentine, R. A.
C.; A. B. Luce, Treas.; Jas. M. Jones, Sect.; Jno.
Foley. M. Ist V.; W. F. Holland, M. 2d V.; M. Retch,
M. Ist V.; Rev. S. Landrum, Chap.; J. Oavanangh.
GEORGXA COUNCIL, No. X, mec* Ist Wednesday
in each month. James M. Prentiss, T. I. G. M.; T. H.
Marshall, H. TANARUS.; A. S. Clark, H. A.; F. W. Cornwall,
Treas.; V. H. Gallowav, Recorder; R- T. Turner, C.
G.: T. W. Shea, Steward;A Cavanaugh, Sentinel,
I, O. O. F.
OGLETHORPE -LODGE, No. 1, meets every Tues
day evening. (I/dge Room on Bay street, over Geoa
N. Nichols’ Prating Office.} A. F. Torlay, N. G.; W
Krenson, V. James Clemence, Treas.; C. Gross,
LIVE OAK LODGE, No. 3, meets every Friday
evenhu- ’Lodge Room S. W. cor. Bu)l and Brough
ton 6*-> 4th story, entrance on Lronghton street.} J.
HoVirook Estill, N. G.; R. M. Barthelmess, V. G.; D.
Thompson, Treas.; D. H. Galloway, Sect.
MAGNOLIA ENCAMPMENT, No. 1, meets Ist and
3d Wednesday in each month in Live Oak Lodge
Room. John T. Thomas. C. P.,- John Harrison, H.
P.; John Dexter, S. W.; R. Groves, J. W.; C. Gross,
Scribe ; James L. Haupt. Treasurer.
pOST OFFICE NOTICE.
Post Office, Savannah, Ga., >
April Ist, 1805 j
All Key and Open Boxes must be ro assigned and
paid for, one-quarter in advance, by April Ist, 18(55, or
mall matter for the same will be placed In the General
Persons who paid for a full quarter during the
months of February and March, and did not use their
boxes previously, will be allowed a deduction for this
Quarter equal to the time the boxes were not used
during the last quarter.
Persons having boxes will please furnish this office
with lists of members of their families, or others,
whose mail matter should be placed In their boxes ;
and would greatlv facilitate distribution if they would
request their correspondents to place the nnmber of
their box in the address of letters.
Persons having Key Boxes, who do not wish to re
tain the saute, will please return the Keys at once.
A. L. HARRIS,
aprC 6 Special Agent P. O. Dept.
Mm. Flora B. Wallace, from Cobb county, Ga ,
Is in Savannah. 3 ap4
PROVOST MARSHAL’S OFFICE,
Savannah, Ga., March 14,1805.
Commanding Officers of Brigades and detached
Companies, noton dnty in the city, will require all
enlisted taea to bavc passes approved at their respec
tive Headquarters. Whenever they are allowed to
come to the city, such passes will oniv be given to 05)
five per cent, of those present for duty, except on oc
casious of public exhibitions, when the nnmber mav
be increased to (10} ten per cent. Those enlisted men
on duty m the city must have certificates from their re
spective commanders that they are so on dutv. The
certificates will also state the Regiment to which tliev
belong, and what dnty they are on. Any enlisted
man not having a pass as before directed, and bavins?
no proper certificate of identity, after the lfith inst
wib be arrested by the Provost Marshal
By command of
v t. Brevet Major General GROVER.
Edward G. Dike, A. A. A. G.
officwl : ROBT. P. YORK,
Lt. Col. 75th N. Y. V. V. and
marlO Provost Marshal l)ist. of Savannah, Ga.
UN BARS & FRANZ,
NO. 10 MERCHANTS’ ROW,
Hilton Head, S. C.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
Or on n , .SILERS’ GOODS
u ‘ all Descrip ion*.
Hkalxjc aster* Depart* ext or the Bona
Hilton Head, 8. C., March 11. irks
No. 35. /
Ist Lieut. E. N. K. Talcott, Ist Regt. N. Y. Vol
flneers, is hereby announced as Aide-de-Camn on ~th*
taffof the Major General Commanding, and will h..
obeyed and respected accordingly. De
Bv command of
Major General Q. A. GILLMORK
W. L. M. Burgee, A. A. Gen.
Wfc p OOD LIVING,"
vJ At reasonable prices, can be had at
EAGLE OYSTER and REFRESHMENT SALOON
in the rear of the New Post Office, Hiooa Head a p
I have the very best facilities for furnishim? ova
TERS, CLAMS, MEATB, POULTRY, VEGETABLE*!
•Sc., from the North and other places in this vii in
lty. Cooked to order from 6A.M.t08 P. M.
PETER FITZGERALD, Proprietor
P. S.—One trial is respectfully solicited.
. Provost Marshal's Office,
Savannah. Ga , Fee. 9, 1865
All citizens, now residents of this city, are requested
to call at this office and register themselves as such
Heads of families will report the persons com nosing
their honsehold. 6
By order of Bvt. Maj. Gen. C. Grover.
ROBT. P. YORK
fehlO Lt. Col, and Provost Marshal
BAKERY' & CONFECTIONERY ESTABLISH
MENT AT BEAUFORT. ,
We respectfully call the attention of the public to
our Bakery & Confectionery Establishment in Sain
A. Cooley's Building at Beaufort, at whieh we are
prepared promptly to till any orders which may lie for.
warded to us. Special attention is paid to the man
ufactnre of Ornamental Pieces, Fancy Confectioner'
and Elegant Pastry, for holiday or lestival tables " ’
Feb. 3-ts McManus & Murray!
TTEADQUaRTERS V. S. FORCES,
XX Savannah, March 23th, 1365.
General Order, \ •
No. 26. f
The City Market*will be governed by the followii.tr
1. Sales may be made by authorized persons every
day in the week. Sundays excepted, of butchers' meat
poultry, fruit, fish, vegetables and all other kind 0 f
provisions, subject to a settle of prices which shall be
fixed and posted in a conspicuous place iu the mar!
2. From the first day of April until the first day of
November, the market shall be open, Sundays’ ex
cepted, until 9 o’clock in the morning, and will close
at the ringing of-the market bell.
3. Every person killing an ox or cow or grown meat
cattle, and exposing the same for sale within the city,
shall take the hide and head of said animal slaughter",
ed, attached to each other and not severed, so the
clerk of the market, who shall record any marks
about the same, and the day of the month it was
brought to the market, and the book shall be subject
to the inspection of any person during market hours.
Any violations of the foregoing or m glect on the part
of the clerk in not keeping the proper records, will
be punished by fine.
4. The Cierk'of the market will be responsible for
the correctness of weights and measures used in the
market, and will from time to time examine the same
and destroy false weights and measures when lound.
5. Any person exposing for 6aie iu the market any
articles of marketing at a higher price thau that es
tablished for the same in the schedule of prices, will
be subject to a fine and the forfeiture of all right to
make further sales iu the market. The clerk of the
market will report promptly to the supervisors of
trade any violation of this paragraph.
0. The clerk of the market wfll act under the orders
of the supervisor of trade. He will cause the market
and adjacent grounds to be thoroughly policed each
day, and the wood work of the market will be white
washed once a week.
By command of
Brevet Major Gen. GROVER.
Edward G. Dike, A. A. A. G. marts
TTEADQUARTERS U. S. FORCES,
XX Savannah, Ga., March 28, 1866.
Oa and after this date articles in the public market
of this city will be sold at prices as specified below.-
Persons violating this rule will be reported to this of
flee and dealt with as the military law directs. All
persons not having received permiesion to sell arti
cles in the market will at once make application to
Lieut. Col. Neafle, Supervisor of Trade.
Ily cvmmaud of
Brvt. Major Gen. GROVER.
Lieut. Col. and Supervisor of Trade.
Turkeys, each.. ijs2 50<»$3 00
Fowls, per pair 1 Co<£ 269
Ducks, per pair 2 50
Geese, per pair 400 5
Beef, fresh, best cut, per lb 40
Beef, fresh, second cut, per 1b.... 25
Pork, fresh, per lb 25@ 30
Eggs, per dozhn : CO
Shad, each, large size 1 00
Shad, each, small size 60@ 75
Mullets, per bunch 40
Sturgeon, per pound 7
Trout (salt water] per bunch of 3. 50
Trout (fresh water] per pound 3o
Bass, large size, per lb 15
Bass, small size, per lb i
Mullets, per bunch (large size) 60
Mullets, per bunch (small size)... 30
Whiting, per bunch of 6 £0
Brim perbunchofs 60
Perch, per bunch of 5 (large size). 60
Suckers, per bunch of 5 50
Cat Fish, ner bunch 60
Crabs, each 4
Prawns, per quart... 60
Sweet Potatoes, per bushel
Horey, per lb 25
Bacon, peril) 25@ 30
Irish Potatoes,per bushel
Jerked. Beef, per lb 25
Tomatoes, per quart
Beans, snap, per quart -
Mutton, per lb • 30
Veal, pS* lb so-
Sausages (fresh Pork), per 1b... 50
Sausages (fresh Beet), per lb 26
Butter, per lb
Clams, per bushel 2 00
Oysters, per quart 40
Q N. BELLOWS & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
SUTLERS’ AND NAVAL STORES, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, *o.,
NO. 8 MERCHANTS' BOW,
HILTON HEAD, », C .
C. N. BELLOWS. M. 0. TYLER. j T .-, 02
marll ts * Art - 02
Booms to let at hilton head, h c in
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Headquarters, Department of tiie South,
Hilton Head, S. C., February ‘24,1565.
No. 27. /
I. Lient.-Col. Stewart L. Woodford, 127th New York
v ois , is hereby relieved from the duties ot Provost,
Marshal General of the Department, and is announced
as Chief of Stall' to the Majoi-General Commanding,
t L' om P orH assigned to the command of the Post
of the City of Charleston, 8. C., which Post will con
sist of the City proper, and Castle Pinckney.
11. In compliance with Paragraph VII, Special Field
Orders No. 13, from Headquarters, Military Division of
the Mississippi, the mth Regiment N. Y. Vols., is
hereby designated as the permanent garrison of tlio
I ost ot Charleston, nnd Culouel Wm. fturnev, of that-
Regiment, as the permanent Post Commander. Upon
his return to the Department, from which he is now
absent on account of wounds, he will relieve Lieut.-Cob
W oodford of the command of that Post
HI. Major Benjamin W. Thompson 32d U. 8 C. T..
is hereby announced as Provost Marshal Goneral of the
Department, and will immediately relieve Lient.-Col.
, °°dford, receipting to him for all money and proper
ty pertaining to the office. J * 1
T>£T,k D .H e » Ut- Qeise ' 32d U. S. C. TANARUS., Asaistaui
Pio\ost Marshal General of the Department, in addi
tion to his duties as such, will act as Collector of the
Department Military Tax, prescribed by General Orders
No. 6, current series, from these Headquarters, until
of , Lieut -Col. James H. Strong, Ist N. C.
Colle-toi- " heretofore announced as Military Tax
n- Ije 4 U . t '_ J Geis< ‘ wln Immediately relieve Lient.-Col.
Vt oodford as Acting Military Tax Collector, receipting
offlee* 11 *° r a lUOUI T au d property pertaining to the
By command of
w r « „ Major-General Q. A. GILLMORE.
w. L. M Bdeoer, Assistant Adj’t General.