POET OF SAVANNAH, APRIL 17.
Arrived—Steamer Emilie, Bender, Hilton Herd.
Cleared-Steamer Resolute, Cannon, Hilton Head;
Steamer U S Grant, Dobbs,' Hilton Head.
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY.
Scs Rises .5 28 Moon Rises 017
Son Sets 632 High Water, ev. 043
Lessee and Business Manager grant tagoabt.
Director of Amusements a. h. davenport.
Stage Manager j. uerndon.
TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 19, 1865.
Tie entertainment will commence with (by desire)
Kotzebue’s Great Play of
The Stranger Mr. A H Davenport
Baroh Stelnfort. .Mr. J W Camer
Connt Wintersen Mr Rogers
Solomon Mr Simpson
Peter Mr. T. J. Herndon
Mrs. Haller ~...MUs Florence Lafond
Counteaa Wintersen Mrs. M. L. Berrell
Charlotte Miss Fanny Prestige
After which Mias Maude St. Leon and Mr. J. W. ear
ner will appear in a Grand Castilllan Pas de Deux.
To conctude with
SLASHER AND CRASHER.
Slasher Mr T J Herndon
Crasher Mr. Camer
Blowhard Mr. Simpson
Lieut Brown Mr Rogers
Dinah Mrs. M. L. Berrell
Rose Miss Fanny Prestige
To-Morrow Evening, THE TICKET-OF-LEAVE
Notice.—ln future the doors will open at 7 and the
curtain rise at 8 o’clock precisely.
Box office open from 10 until 2 o’clock.
Or PRICES OF ADMISSION AS USUAL.
All bills most be presented weekly.
STILL GREATER ATTRACTION l
ANOTHER GREAT NIGHT AT THE VARIETIES.
THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, APRIL 18, 1866
A MILE FROM TOWN.
SCENES AT READINGS.
FRISKY COBLER AND LAZY TAILOR
And other Attractions.
gTOVES I STOVES! 1 STOVES 11!
Large and small, for Restaurants and Families.
All kinds of HOLLOW WARE and Cooking Uten
sils, Planters' HOES, wholesale and retail, by
JAMES G. THOMPSON A CO.,
apl7—mdrthO Beaufort S. C.
THE SOLDIER OR THE CITIZEN.
THE MONTHLY NOVELLETTE,
contains a Novelette complete, together with from
three to eight short stories, with Illustrations. Terms:
$2 per year. Single copies, 25 cents.
THE AMERICAN UNION.
A FIBBBIDE JOURNAL. NO CONTINUED STORIES
Thrilling Stories, Racy Sketches, Stirring Adventures
and Choice Home Reading. $8 a year. Four copies,
THE FLAG OF OUR UNION.
Dsvoted to Tales, Sketches, Adventure#, Poems,
News, Novellettes, Ac. $4 psr year.
THE DOLLAR MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
The cheapest magazine in the world. $1.50 a year.
Seven copies, $9. Nearly one hundred pages of reading
matter and illustrations. Postage only 12 centeper
* TEN fcENT NOVELLETTES.
128 pages In each book; ons-third larger than any
other Dime Novel,
All of the above pubUcatlons will be forwarded rego
laxly by mail, on receipt of price, by
ELLIOTT, THOMES * TALBOT.
68 Congress street,
Samples can be seen, or copies purchased, byapr
plying at 1
the .SAVANNAH HERALD STORE,
111 bat street,
apr!B t s
(In rear of Post Office.)
HILTON HEAD) S.C.
l-odglugs, go cents. Meals at all honrsof tbe day.
'JW NEW SKIRT FOR 1865.
f ° r L * dle •• Unquestionably
Hnui i fa !im. r i e “i <l th ® *avertlsement in the Savankab
ttorniae fttll particulars, every Monday
•hj edexM3mo mart!
gOUTHERN BOOK, MUSIC
FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM.
JJust received, a large and woU-selected Stock or
BOOKS, STATIONDRY AND MUSIC,
EPISCOPAL, PRESBYTERIAN, BAPTIST AND
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS,
Ac, Ac , Ac.
A large assortment of
Will arrive this week. •
all in want or
SCHOOL BOOKS, SLATES AND STATIONERY,
.MUSIC, ETC.. •
SHOULD CALL IMMEDIATELY AT
SCHREINER’S BOOK STORE,
Comer of Congress st. and Monument Square.
IN FIVE GALLON TIN CANS,
For this week only, at On* Dollar per Gallon I to
close consignment, at store
CORNER OF BAY A'ND BARNARD STREETS.
JELLING OFF AT COST!
$150,000 WOKS OF MERCHANDISE TO HE BOLD
30 Tierces Bamp,
300 barrels Floor,
100 barrels Sugar,
ISO cases Boots and Shoes,
50 boxes Coffee,
1000 case# Ale,
800 boxes Raisins,
150 barrels Ale,
160 barrels Walnuts, Filberts and Brazil Nnts,-
1000 cases Peaches, Tomatoes, Chickens, Tor
800 barrela Cakes and Crackers,
60 barrels Motaaee,
160 cases Tobacco,
200 dozen Shirts,
A large and extensive stock of Yankee Notions,
stationery, Hosery, and many other goods too num
erous to mention.
Sutlers and Merchants, call and examine before
sanding your orders to New York.
C. W. DENNIS A CO.,
No. 4 Merchant’s Row, Hilton Head, S. C.
aprl ts •
YORK HERALD CORRESPONDENT.
Is a?* °® o# 01 New Yoric Herald Correspondent
in bay Street.
JgWKET CIDER FOR a at. re, ;/
To families by the quart or gallon, at
O’MEARA A CO’S,
mh24 ovw Adams’ E*pre« Office, Bay street.
A gentleman would like Board in a private family
where there are no other boarders. Price no oblect as
long as he gets the comfort of a home J
Address, ’-B,” Savannah Herald oflice. aprl4—l w
U S. SANITARY COMMISSION,
Corner of Congress and Whitaker Streets. Savan
At the place mentioned we hareeptned store-rooms
and Relief office, where we will be glad to render any
service in our power to the soldiers and sailors of
the Army and Navy. Sergeons in charge of Hospitals
will please send in their requisitions for stores.
J. C. HOBLIT,
jan 21—ts Agent U. aB. c.
REACHING AT WESLEY CHAPEL
• Corner of South Broad and Lincoln attest* at 11
o’clock Sabbath Mornings.
GEO. D. LBS,
aprl PUdgtte of Chrifttba CommiMop,
Seoond Provost Court,
Savannah. Ga., April 13th, 1565. !
This Court stands further a4<ourned until Mondav. !
the 17th inst,, at 10 p. m., when all parties having
business at said Court will attend without further no- j
The following cases, pending for adjudication, will
De disposed of By Judge Walton, and all parties con- !
cemed therein are hereby ordered to appear at the ,
time above specified:
Johanna Anderson vs. Nan;y Garrett—Debt on ac
count of Board.
Mrs. M. A. Cavanagh vs. H F . Willink, Sr«-Claim
for repairs made on tne defendant's property.^
Polly Wright (Colored) vs Henry (colored)—Theft of
F. Chaatanet vs. John Boger (colored)—Nuisance.
Wm. Cooledge vs. E. E. Snow—Debt on account of
S. W. Bourquoln vs. Mr. Miller—Recovery of a mare
in possession of defendant.
Lea Young va. Amanda Holland—Debt ou account
Mrs. Elondeau vs, Hannah (colored)—Assault and
Street Commissioner vs. William Geraughty—Viola
tion of General Order No. 18.
Street Commissioner vs. Turner Johnson—Violation
of General Order No. 16.
Street Commissioner vs Mary Brennan—Violation
of General Order No. 16.
Street Commissioner vs. Mrs. Cornell—Violation of
General Order No 16.
John Coffee vs. Dick (colored)—Recovery of a horse
in possession of defendant, the proper y of plaintiff.
Thomas Dixon vs. Wm. M. Williams—Debt.
JOHN J. PURTILL,
apr!4 7 Recorder.
and PUBLIC BUILDINGS
OF CHARLESTON, S. C.
NOW BEADY AT
BECKETT’S PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY,
North aide of Broughton street, bet ween Barnard and
North side of Broughton street, between Barnard and
The undersigned is happy to announce to the cltl
sens of Savannah that the above Gallery is nearly com
pleted, and will be open for the reception of visitors at
an early day.
Having secured the services of Mr. B. H. Clapp, the
Photographer, well and favorably known in several of
the Northern cities, and having fitted up a superior
BLUE OPERATING ROOM
of the building, with the latest improvements iu the
Photographic art, he hopes, by strict attention to busi
nee, and by furnishing
SUPERIOR PICTURES, '
AT REASONABLE PRICES,
To merit and receive a share of the public patronage.
He is prepared to take Photographic Views, of any
desired size, of Buildings, Monuments, Landscapes, Ac.
in a superior manner. Specimens are always on ex
hibition and may be seen at his Gallery.
Particular attention will be given tp copying pic
tures of Deceased and Absent Friends.
aprlStf ISAAC BECKETT.
jpOST QUARTERMASTER’S OFFICE,
Central Railroad Bank,
Savannah, Ga., March, Ist, 1865.
In pursuance of orders, received at this office, all
citizens occupying buildings, whose owners are 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 State*, at this office on or before the 10th of
A failure to comply with the above will cause a
forfeiture of all claims to further occupation.
S. S. STARR,
aprl Capt. and A. Q. M., in charge of buildings.
Tbe large Stock 9f
ROOTS AND SHOES,
TOBACCOS, in great variety,
BEEF AND FORK, in hatf-bbls.,
The entire Stock will be sold,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT NSW YORK PRICES.
The public will find this the best opportunity to pur
chase yet offered in this market,
176 BROUGHTON STREET,
mar2l ts Nefl door to Sherlock’s.
SavauMjjs, Ga., March, 8,1865.
Alter thle date tbe Provost Court will be held In the
U. 8. Court House, up stairs, coiner of Bull and Bay
EBEN PARSONS, Js,
mar 9—ts Lieut, and Provost Judge.
T T Aututawt GnontAL’a Omra,
Washington, D. C„ March 27,1866.
No. 60. ;
L That at the hour of noon on tbe 14th day of April
1866, Brevet Major General Anderson will raise and
plant upon the ruin# of Fort Sumter, in Charleston
harbor, the same United States flag which floated over
the battlements of that fort during the rebel assault,
and which was sainted by him and the small force or
his command when the worn# were evacuated on the
11th day of April, 1861.
11. That the flag when raised, be saluted by one
one hundred guns from Fort Sumter, and by a nation
al salute from every fort and rebel battery that flred
upon Fort Sumter.
IIL That suitable ceremonies be had upon the oc
casion, under the direction of Major General William
T. Sherman,'whose military opera ions compelled the
rebels to evacuate Charleston, or, In his absence., un- i
der the charge of Major-General Q. A. Glllmore, com.
mandlngthe Department Among the ceremonies
wiljbethe delivery of a public address by the Rev.
Henry Ward Beecher.
IV. That the naval forces at Charleston, and their
commander on that statian, be invited to participate
in the ceremonies of the occasion.
By order of the President of the United States.
EDWIN M. STANTON.
Secretary of War.
(Signed; ■ *• D TOWNSEND,
apri?— 4 Assistant Adjutant Gsueral
Lv Omoi or Street Commissioner,
No. 126 South Broad Street, j
Savannah, Ga., March 29,1565. j
In accordance with authority conferred upon me, by |
General Order No. 16, from Headquarters U. S. Forces,
Savannah, Ga., dated Feb.
by divided Into three Districts, for the purpose of re
moving garbage therefrom.
The First District comprises all tha portion of the
city lying North of President and Harrison streets.
Carts will remove the garbage from this District on
Monday and Thursday of each week.
The Second District comprises all that portion of the
city lying between the First District and Harris street.
Carts wiU remove the garbage from this District on
Tuesday and Friday of each week.
The Thirtf District comprises all that portion of the
city lying South of Harris street. Carta will remove
the garbage from this District on Wednesday and Sat
nrday ot each week.
Hereafter all rubbish and garbage which may accu
niulate must be put into convenient vessels, and pre
vious to * o’clock in the morning of eaeh day, as above
designated for the respective Districts; such vessels
must be placed npon tne sidewalks of the streets or
alleys, and permitted to remain there until emptied
by my employees, after which they will be removed by
All other persons are forbidden to destroy or in any
way Interfere with the vessels so placed upon the side
walks, and they must not be exposed to the public
view, except as above specified.
Keepers of Animals must not permit manure to be
thrown into the Streets or Alleys, neither must the
accumulation thereof in, or near any stable or yard be
permitted to exceed one cart load before being re
All Privies, Dry Wells or Sinks within the llmits'of
the city of -avannah which may require cleaning out
will be disposed of in the following manner, viz:
Apply a disinfectant for thirty-six hoars. A cavity
will then be excavated in the ground of the lot upon
wtaicn the vault is located, or the adjacent alley, of
sufficient size and depth to receive all its contents, the
transfer of which will then be made, but it must be in
the night time only, and so conducted that no nui
sance will exist therefrom on the following morning.
Capt. and Street Commissioner.
A bilding containing rooms for a small family, with
store attached—must oe in a business portion of the
city. Apply at the Herald office. apr4
OFFICE OF THE MEDICAL DIRECTOR,
Department or tub South,
Hilton Head, S. C„ March 13, 1865.
No. 3. f
Par. I Medical Officers in charge of U. 9. A. Gen
eral Hospitals In this Department will make, regular
ly, a Sunday morning Inspection of their Hospitals,
in accordance with Paragraphs 404, 321. 322, 326, Re
vised Regulations of the Army, 1863. This is a Drees
The Chief Steward should go through the Hospital
Immediately before Inspection begins, and see that
proper preparation has been made. Convalescents
must be in uniform, their faces and hands clean,
clothes and hair neatly brushed, and shoe, well black
ed. The Stewards and attendants should be In full
dress uniform, according to their rank- The Chief
Steward will accompany the Inspecting Officer and
Ward Medical Officer, and enter each ward before
them, giving the word, Attention, on which all pa
tients, who are able to do, will rise, salute with the
hand, and,st and In the position of attention until the
Inspecting Officer has passed out.
■ Such convalescents as may be able to leave their
wards, will be paraded in the lower hall, mess hall or
yard, with open ranks, and non-commissioned staff
and officers to the front. On the presence of the In
specting Officer, the word, Attention, will be given
by the senior non-commissioned officer present, when
the whole will salnte with the hand. (Paragraph 31,
Revised Army Regulations, 1863)
The guards and guard-rooms or tents, will be criti
cally and minutely inspected.
The Inspecting Officer will examine the general
condition of the hospital, the banks, bedding, cooking
and table utensils, latrines, and such other objects as
may present themselves. The registers, books, hos
pital accounts, will be closely examined, as well as the
condition of the Dispensary.
Reports of such'lnspections will be transmitted reg
ularly every Monday to this Office, in accordance with
the printed blanks furnished.
11. All officers on duty in U! S. A. General Hospi
tals in this Department, must provide their own mess
kits, and have their own mess accounts separate from
the Hospital, neither are they permitted to employ
the cooks and nurses, or attendants, for their person’
al benefl,, and to the neglect of their assigned duties.
The rations of the Hospital, the ice and other luxu
ries furnished, belong to the sick and wonnded sol
dier, and are in the care of the Medical Officers as a
sacred trust, not to be abused or diverted, for person
al benefit, from their sole and legitimate purpose.
The name of any Medical Officer who may be found
offending must be immediately repported to the Med
ical Director of the Department.
Medical Director Dep’t of the South.
Wm. F. Buchanan, Asst. Surg. U. S. A., Executive
Hxadquabtkm Dkfartmint or the South.
Hilton Hoad, S. C., Much 27, 1865.
No. 39. /
L Before a General Court Martial, which convened
at Beaofort, 8. C., In pursuance of Spectal Order No.
63, Par. 1, dated Headquarters Department of tbe
South, Hilton Head, S. C-, March 12th, 1366, and of
which Captain William H. Hamu<*r, Battery A, 3d R.
1.-Arty was President, were arraigned and tried:
Ist. Corporal Samnel Thompson, Cos. F, 26th U. S.
Cxaboe First “Neglect of duty.”
Specification— “In this, that he, the said Corporal
Samnel Thompson, Cos. F, 26th U. S, C. TANARUS., be
ing in charge of tbe guard at tbeCattle Ranch, so
called, did permit the sentinel before the guard
to quit his post, without urgent necessity, and.
witnont replacing him; and being asked by C.
G. Dyer, Capt. 26th U. 8. C. TANARUS., and General
Field Officer of tbe Day, why he did so, replied
that it was rather cold, and he allowed the sen
tinel to come to the fire to warm hla hands, or
words to that effect. This at the Cattle Ranch
picket post between the hours of 11 p. m„ Feb.
Ist, 1865, and Feb. 2d, 1865."
Charor Sroond “Conduct prejudicial to good or
der and military discipline."
tspzcinoATioN— ln this, that he, the said Corporal
Thompson, Cos. F, 26th U. S. O.gT., being in
charge of tne guard at the Cattle Ranch, so call
ed, old allow the sentinel before the guard to
* quit his post, deposit his musket and go to the
fire to warm himaelf. This at the Cattle Ranch
picket poet between tbe hours of 11 p. m„ Feb.
Ist, 1866, and Feb. 2d, 1866."
To which charges and specification* the accused
pleaded “Not Guilty "
The Court, having maturely considered the evidence
adduced, find the accused. Corporal Samuel Thomp
son, Cos. F, 26th U. 8. C. TANARUS., as follows;
Os the specification to the first charge, “Not
Os the first charge, “Not Guilty."
Os the specification to the second charge, “Not
Os the second charge, “Not Guilty."
And tbe Court do therefore acquit the accused.
2d. Private Robert Brando, Cos. G, 26th U. S. C.
Cbaroe “Sleeping ou post.”
gncrncATioN—“That Private Robert Brsndo, Cos. G,
26th U. S. C. TANARUS., having been duly posted as a
sentinel was found asleep on Ms post between
tbe hoars of 6a. ra. and Ba. m. This at Fort
Duane, S. C., bn or about the 9th of March,
To which charge and specification the accused
pleaded “Not Guilty.”
The Court, having maturely considered the evidence
adduced, find the accused, Robert Brando, private Cos.
G, 26th U. S. C, Troops, as follows:
Os the specification, “Guilty.”
Os the charge, “Guilty.”
And the Court do therefore sentence him, Robert
Brando, private Cos. G, 2«tb U. S. C. TANARUS., to be confined
at bard labor for six calendar months at such place as
the Commanding General may and rect, and to forfeit to
the United States ten dollars ($10) per month pay for
the same time.
IL The findings in the case of Corporal Thompson
are confirmecLHe will be released from arrest and
I restored to duty. The findings and sentence In the
case of Private Brando are approved and confirmed.—
Fort Marion, Bt. Augustine, Florida, is designated as
the place of confinement. The Provost Marshal Gen
oralis charged with the execution of this order.
By command of Majoratu q a GILLMORE.
W. L. M. Brasxb, A. A. G. aprll
* *’ l ■
U Smalt quantities of tAi Per Manganste of Potash
will be furnished, at the request of any Physician, by
the Health Officer, feblO
OrncE of tub MrnicAL Director.
Department of the South,
Hilton Head, S. C., March 23,1865.
No. 8. f
I. Medical Officers in this Department are required
to keep on file, ready at all times for inspection, ail
Orders and Circulars which they ma/be furnished with,
from the War Department Surgeon General’s Office
Department Headquarters, and Medical Director's
Office: and alleged ignorance of such ordersv.ill not
hereafter lie received as au excuse for neglect of duty
or disobedience of orders.
11. Constant complaints are made by Medical Offi
cers iu receipt of Hospital and other Supplies from the
Medical Purveyor, of such beiug delivered to them bv
the Quartermaster’s Department in a damaged condi
tion, or the packages having been broken open and
articles, especially liquors, abstracted therefrom. It is
ordered hereafter that all Medical Officers in this De
partment receiving Hospital and Medical Supplies in a
damaged condition, or packages from which articles
have been abstracted, shall immediately on the receipt
of such notify the Quartermaster from whom they re
ceive them of their condition, that he may make the
proper endorsement on the bill or lading of the steamer
transporting them, and Captains of transports may be
made liable for the damage or loss that may occur
through thoir negligence.
aprl7 Department of the South,
Headquarters Department of the South,
Hilton Head, S. C., March 11, 1965.
General Orders, \
No. 33. j ,
The following Letter and Circular, from the War
Department, ore hereby published for the information
of this command;
War Department, Adjutant General's OrnoE.
Washington, Feb. 27th, 1984.
To Major General Q. A. Gillmore, .Commanding De
partment of the Sonth, Hilton Head, S. C.
By direction of the Secretary of War, the following
instructions in regard to the appointment of officers
of U. S. Colored Troops, are respectfully ftirnished for
your information and guidance:
Ist. All authority heretofore given Commanding
Generals of Armies, Departments, or to other officers,
to appoint officers to U. 8. Colored Troops, will cease
from the date of the receipt of these instructions, ex
cept for new' regiments to be raised, or for regiments
now in process of organization.
2d. When a new r regiment or organization is com
file ted, a roster of the officers appointed thereto,show -
ng date of appointment and master in each case, will
be forwarded to the Adjutant General’s Office for the
action of the President, by whom all appointments and
promotions in such organizations will thenceforward
3d. Regimental, or other commanders of old organ
izations, will forward their recommendations for ap
pointments and promotions through the proper com
manding generals, who are requested to endorse their
opinions thereupon, and at the same time nominate
meritorious non-commissioned officers and soldiers of
white regiments for appointment as second lieutenant#
to fill the vacancies likeiy to be caused by the promo
tions recommended. Recommendations of this char
acter mnst state, in each case, the strength of the
command to which the party Is nominated for appoint
ment : in the case of a company officer, the letter of
the company must be given; and when a Junior offi
cer is recommended for promotion in preference to a
senior of the same grade, the causes disqualifying »the
senior officer mnst do clearly stated.
Commanding Genarals of Armies, Departments, or
Corps, are authorized to convene Examining Boards,
when, in their opinion, it shall be necessary aftd expe
client, to determine the qualifications ofcanflKtes for
promotion in the line, or appointment as second lieu
Field officers for old organizations will be appointed
as prescribed by Circular No. 49, of 1864, a copy of
which is herewith.
4th. No provisions herein contained will be con
strued as doing awav with existing regulations govern
ing the subject of musters.
I have the honor to be,
Your obedient servant,
(Signed.) E. D. Townsend,
Assistant Adjutant General.
Cirnular No. 49.
War Department, Adjutant General’s Office,
Washington, January 18.1864.
When a vacancy occurs in the grade of field officer
in any colored regiment, the Commanding General of
the Department in which the regiment is serving, will
assemble a board of officers to examine
and report upon the of the field officers
and captains of said may present them
selves as candidates for appointment to the existing
If no officer of the regiment, whose examination la
herein provided for, shall be found competent to fill
the vacant position, the Department Commander will
then authorize officers from other colored regiments
under his command, to appear for examination.
When the board shall have found a candidate who
possesses the requisite qualifications lor the position
to be filled, it will ■mediately forward, through the
Commanding General of the Department, to the Ad
jutant General of the Army, a report, giving tha
names, rank and regiment of all persons examined
for the vacant position. A detailed report In the casa
of the successful candidate, showing the line of exam
ination and hit general qualifications, will be made.
No officer will be placed upon the Board who ts x
for the vacant position.
By order of the Seeretaty.of War.
E. D. Townsend, Asst, Adjt Gen.
By command of
_ , m Major Gen. QA. GILLMORE.
W. L. M. Burger, A, A. G.
F. D. HODGES.
aprll Capt. 86th U. 8. C. TANARUS., A. A. A. G.
T> W. CAMPBELL, VETERINARY SURGEON
Lit having reopened hie office and yard, on Wil
liam street, is now prepared to treat (on scientific
principles,) all diseases incident to Horses that are
snsceptible of remedy. Charges moderate. Curem
warranted. Terms cash. feblfi ts ■
JpROVOST COURT NOTICE.
On and after this date, the First Provost Court, Ist
Lieut. Eben Parsons, Jr., Judge, will be held at the
U. 8. Court House, corner of Bull and Bay streets.
The Second Provost Court, Capt. James M. Walton,
Judge, will be held in the room over Adams’ Express
Co.’s office, corner Bay and Drayton streets.
The respective jurisdictions ore fixed by General
Order No. 6., and all parties having business before
said Courts will govern themselves accordingly.
By order, PROVOST JUDGES.
£ BROWN * CO.,
(Late Somes, Brown A Cos
MILITARY AND NAVAL
BANKERS AND COLLECTOR
2 PARK PLACE, BROADWAY BANK BUILDING,
Correspondents in Washington—J. W. Fisher* Cos,
478 Fourteenth Street.
ESTABLISHED JUNE, 1862.
We have complete Acuities for transacting business
speedily and corrediy In all the Departments at
Washington. Remittances prompt, and terms rear
We give especial attention to obtaining Certificates
for Non-lndebtednete for Ordnance and Quartermas
ters’ Returns for Officers and settling their accounts.
We collect the following classes of Claims, and make
advances if desired i
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 Wins
or Widowed Mother of Prisoners of Wat.
Prize Money for the U. 8. Navy, together with all
other Juat Claims. Information freely furnished.
We purchase and aeU all Government Securitize.
Quartermasters’ Certificates and Checks, on the beet
References rivenSto leading Bankers and buslnos
firms in New York. febls ts
FOR WRAPPING PAPER,
For sale at the
SAVANNAH HERALD OFFICE,
NO. 11l BAY STREET.
Riddell a murdock,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
BUTLERS’ AND NAVAL STOKES, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
Gentlemen’s Fubmisiumu Good#, &ix.
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