Savannah daily herald. (Savannah, Ga.) 1865-1866, June 05, 1865, Image 3
Knowledge often Save* Life. Every living being has in his system IMPURITIES. When these are within their natural limits, our health is good; but when they are in excess, pains, colds, rheumatism, gout, debility, costiveness, diarhcea, dys entery, erysipelas, &c., Ac., afflict us. What we have to do to recover our health is to take out from the BOWELS AND THE CIRCULATION the excess of impurities. This done, health follows of necessity. BRANDRETH’S PILLS are the only medicine that can do this with entire safety to all the organs of the body. HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS are now living who have adopted BRANDRETH’S PILLS as their only remedy for periods of from thirty to fifty years, and whose average health is excellent. They have always cured themselves, when sick, by using these INNOCENT AND INFALLIBLE PILLS. Principal office, Brandreth Building, New York. Jes 1 The Gem of the Toilet, The world says, is Sozodont. It renders the teeth pearly white, gives to the breath a fragrant odor, ex tinguishing the ill humors which usually flow from a bad and neglected set of teeth. Sozodont is so con venient, and prodnees a sensation at once so delight ful, that makes it a pleasure to nse it. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers. jes—eodlw J|bbertis*iiu«tß. Q LINTON LODGE, No. 54, F. A. M. A Regular Meeting will be held This Evening at eight o’clock, at Masonic Hall, Buil street, corner of Broughton. Members of the fraternity are respectfully invited to attend. SIMON E. BYCK, W. M. David 11. Galloway, Sec. jgOARD FOR SINGLE GENTLEMEN." A few Gentlemen can be accommodated with board in a private family. Apply at this office. _jes 3t yy ANTED, • A situation, by a young man, as Olerk, Address J. R., je6-lw Box 47, P. O. Hiitou Head. ROSENFELD & CO., BANKERS, No. 8 BROAD STREET, N«w York. We draw at sight, and at sixty days, on London}, \ Paris. Fbaskfort, and all other principal cities of Europe. Parties opening current accounts, may deposit and draw at their convenience, the same as with the City Banks, and will be allowed interest on all balances over Onk Thousand Dollars, at the rate of rota per cent, per annum, Orders for the purchase or sale of various issues of Government andofher Stocks, Bonds and Gold, executed on Commission. je6-3taw3m JMPORTED AND DOMESTIC * WINES AND LI Q.U OKS, AT WHOLESALE, FOB FAM IL T USE, AT 207 BAY STREET. ISRAEL R. SEALY & CO. maj'24-tf HEADQ’RS DISTRICT OP SAVANNAH, \ Sanannah, Ga., June 4, 1805. j General Orders- ) No. 30. J ' In consequence of the great increase in his duties as Assistant Commissary of Musters for the District of Sa vannah, Capt. M. Benedict, A. C, M., and Provost Judge of the Second Provost Court, will relinquish his duties iu tlie latter office to Capt. T. P. ltundlett. 38th Mass. Vols., 1 who u ill from this date assume the same. By Command of Brevet Major-General C. GROVER. Outer Matthews, A. A. G. jes ; 7t HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH, \ Savannah, Ga., June 3, 1805. j General Order, ) No. 29. j Hereafter no passes will be necessary to enable civil ians to enter, leave, or travel within the limits of this District, excepting when they wish to travel on Gov ernment transports In the latter case it will be necessary to obtAin passes from the Post Quartermasters, who'will be gov erned by Department Orders on this subject. By Command of Brevet Major-General C. GROVER. Oliver Matthews, A. A. G. jea 7t [official.] HEADQ’RS DEP’T OP THE SOUTH,) Hilton Head, 9. C., May 31, 1806. j General Orders,) No. 80. / The following General Orders from the War Depart ment, are published for the government of the officers and the information or the people in this command, and District Commanders are charged with the execu tion thereof. WAR DEPARTMENT, 1 Adjutant General's Offioe, J. Washington, May 11, 1865. j General Orders.) No. 90 i Punishment of Guerrillas. All the forces of the enemy, east of the Mississippi river, having been duly surrendered by their proper Commanding Officers to the Armies of the United States, under agreements of parole and disbandment, and there being now no authorized troops of the ene my east of the Mississippi river, it is— Ordered-, That from aud after the first day of June, 1805, any and ail persons found in arms against the United States, or who may commit acts of hostility against it. east of the Mississippi river, will be regarded as guerrillas, and punished with death. The strict enforcement and execution of this order is especially enjoined upon the iCommandlng Officers oi all United States forces within the territorial limits to which it applies. By Command of Lieutenant-General Grant. E. D. TOWNSEND, „ Assistant Adjutant General. By Command of Maj. Geu. Q, A. GILLMORE, W. L. M. Burger, _ „ _ Assistant Adjutant General. T. I). Hodges, Capt. 35th IT. 9. C. T , . Act. Asst. Adit. Gen. Jes It YORK HERALD CORRESPONDENT. is at* 8 °® ce ew Y° r k Herald Correspondent 111 BAY STREET, ur stairs. mar 22 t s VARIETIES. iVOBN kK BROUGHTON AND JEFFERSON STREETS J (Formerly St. Andrew’s Hall.) A GLORIOUS PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT AT THE PEOPLES BOUDOIR First Appearance here of the Talented Actor, Mr. PHIL MILTON First Appearance of Mr. J. W. BOSWELL, Late of the Macon Theatre. MONDAY EVENING, JUNE sth, 1065, Overture, • by the . Orchrstra. After which, the popular Drama, in 3 acts, entitled THE IDIOT WITNESS: Or, A Tale of Blood, Le Sieur Arnaiul. (his first appearance,).. Mr. Phil Milton Hiuis Gerthold Mr. J. L. Boyd Kobt. Arnaml, (first appearance here,) Mr- J W. Boswell Paul Tugscull Mr. W. P. Sweatuaw « “Iter Arlington... .• Miss Lottie Howland Earl of Sussex Mr. J. F. Stanwood Gilbert, the Idiot Witness Mr. J. W. C’arner Dame Tugscull.. Miss Elsie St. Leon • ,aue * La Belle Louise 5e1ecti0n5,.................. Orchestra Champion Jig .\.7.'.7.7. Master George Pas. deMateiot La Belle Louise Beautiful Ballad Miss Lottie Howland Overture Orchestra The whole ro conclude with the glorious Farce of A DAY AFTER THE WEDDING. Cul Freelove Mr. J. W. Corner Lord Rivers Mr. J. W. Bosweli Mr. J. L. Boyd Lady Elizabeth Miss Maude St. Leon Mrs. Davis Mias Elsie St. Leon AN IMMENSE BILL ON TUESDAY NIGHT, Cards of Admission 75c. Orchestra Seats $1 00 Colored Boxes (up-stairs) .....75c. Doors open at 1%. Overture begins at BM. Special Notice. -Ales, Wines, Tobacco, &c„ may be obtained at the Refreshment Saloon, adjoining the Hall. j us _i Q.RAND BALL AT THE VOLK’S GARTEN, This MONDAY NIGHT, June 5, 1866, TO CELEBRATE PENTECOST (PFINGSTEN). Motto:— “Let rs be happy together.’’ MUSIC BY PROFESSOR WEIGAND’S ORCHESTRA. %sB r ~ Tickets sl, for one Gentleman with Ladies, to be had at the usual places and at the entry to the Garten. Doors open at 7 y„ Bali begins at B>j P. M, , C. WEIGAND, ' C. SCHWARZ, jeS-lt Proprietors. yOLKS GARTEN, CONGRESS STREET, Between Jefferson and Montgomery streets, Will be open to-night, and every night, for the public. Concert Music every Evening from 7 to 10 o'clock by the SAVANNAH CITY ORCHESTRA, Professor George Weioand, Leader. REFRESHMENTS OF THE BEST QUALITY WILL always be on hand. ml7—lm Ssst anb Jlsttnb. j osT. The finder will confer a great favor on Miss Elsie St. Leon by returning to Mr. O. M. Moore, at the Post Office, a Letter which was lost by a careless post boy. Ju3 looms, jgOARD WANTED. Board wanted in a genteel private family by a gen tleman and his wife. Church family preierred. Ad drees Post Office. Box 24tL ju3-3 J£OARD WANTED. A pleasant room and good board wanted in the vi cinity of South Broad and Bull streets by two young men. Address R. W., Box 44, Post Office, Savannah, Ga. ju2 gOARD WANTED. In a genteel family, for a gentleman and wife (Church family preferred.) Post Office Box 248. niay3l-tf JJOUSE WANTED. For a small family. Address, “O. W. M.,” Savannah Post Office, _ _____ inay23-tf Rooms ro let at hilton head, s. c„ in The Palmetto Herald Bnilding, corner of Mer chants’ Row and Palmetto Avenue, suitable for busi ness pu-poses or lodgings. Apply to E. S. SAMPSON, Jr., on. the premises. ts maram mitnts. ANTED. An elderly woman as Housekeeper. Must be a good Cook. To a suitable person high wages will be given Apply to me or at the office of the Savannah Daily Herald. J. K. TONKING, Jn3 Sherman House, Hilton Head. 'yiyANTED. Two sound, gentle MULES for a light wagon, A good price will be paid if application is made within two days. Apply to . . L. C. NORVELL & CO., corner Bay and Bull sts. BOTTLES WANTED. Skehan & Conyngham of 176 Broughton street, will Pay Cash for all kinds of empty bottles by calling or delivering them at the above nnmber may23-tf QLD NEWSPAPERS, FOR WRAPPING PAPER, For sale at the SAVANNAH HERALD OFFICE NO. 11l BAV STREET. mar 22 N KWS-DEALERS AND OTHERS DESIRING The Savannah Dally Herald at Wholesale are re quested to send in their order* as early in advance as practicable. S. W. MASON A 00. I L T O N Jr A N D E £lu WHOUaLS grocers, 193 BAY BTRET, NEAR BARNARD. BAVANAH. GEORGIA. Will be in const ant iceipt. per Steamers from New York, of an extent and complete assortment, of Goods consisting, iiart, of SUGARS, i SYRUP, MOLASSES, FLOUR, TEAS, COFFEE, BUTTER, CHEESE, LARD, SOAPS, STARCH, CANDLES. WINES, ALE- CIDER, ETC., ETC., ETC. To which they cathe attention of the Trade. may23-4w jpRESH ARRIVE OF GOODS: 7 8 K E II A IS* CONYNGHAM. Os 1 Broughton Street, Have just receiveder Steamship Blackstone, ala ge and well assorted Cgo of BOOTS and S»ES, Ladies’ BALMfeALH, Ac., Gentlemen’s Feknd Straw HATS, CLOTHING, GKERIES, WINES, Bourbon and otir WHISKEYS, O. Dumas and otr BRANDIES in Cases, Holland GIN, t Dublin and Londl PORTER, Golden ALE, in fees and Barrels, Which we offer at lapricea to the Trade. SKftAN & CONYNGHAM, may2G-tf 176 Broughton Street. qadenTsTunckll “ Corner of Bagind Barnard Streets, Have just received a rge Stock of GOODS,-consist ing of— Extra Famt FLOUR, 80 balei BAIGISG, 630 coilsßOC, And a general assoimeit of TEAS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, AffiS, WINES Liqroßs, SUGARS, PRESERVES, PICKLES. HARDWARE, LAMPS, Kerosene OIL, CANDLES, DRY GODS, t BOCS and SHOES. . CAPS, Ac., Ac. Which they offer at the lowestlarket rates. Savannah, May 24,18G5. may2s-7t TUBT RECEIVED: 1 t} L PER STEAMER OATU*iK WHITING, 500 BBLS. EXTRA FLOUR, R. H. For sale at iw iates, by (VDHN A UNCKLES, Ju3-lw Corner ay and Barnard streetsir_ QORN FOR SALE. BY THE BUSHEL. Apply at the 'LANTER’S HOTEL, juS-3 corner Ban and Barnard streets. gACON., *" FOUR HHDS. BALTIMaE BACON, For sale by BRIGHM, BALDWIN * 00. mayo ts AND ODES. * “ Hammer’s Champagne AE, in bbls - CIDER, in cases: At low prices, to clee shipient, by FOR SiLE. 75,000 FEET.WHITT PINE iND SPRUCE BOARDS AN! SCANTLING. AT THE OLD BON STFiMEOAT WHA3F. For sali^y ju3?4 j E. W. DRUMMOND. y~UMBER FOR SiR . * lioo sec-t assorted W HITE PINE BARDS; PLANKS, tongue and grooved ; scantling. ! AIso—DOORS, VNDOW SASHES' PICKETS for Fencing and Shingi Apply to HENRY JOHNSON, junel-lw Fernandina, Fla. QOTTON COipN 11 U. S. PORHASING AGENCY, savanui, ga., Hay 29, 18C5. All persons, bringing Cotton into the City on private accoui either by Tana or the river, are hereby.required tifport anil register the same at this office. Purchaserlie also requested to make daily reports at this cfce of their purchases; of whom Ixwght, nnmber opales, and weight of each bale. f T. P. ROBB. U. S. Purchasing Agent. may3o—tf . __ JpKOVOST COl(i' NOTICE. On and after th date, the First Provost Court, Ist Lieut. Eben Pars*. Jr., Jndge, will be held at the U. 8. Court Hons corner of Bull and Bay streets. The Second Pr«>Bt Court, Capt. James M. Walton, Jndge, will be hd In the room over Adams' Express Co.'s office, cormliay and Drayton streets. The respective®rissLictions are fixed by General Order No. 6., an«U parties having business before said Courts will (fem themselves accordingly. By order, ’ PROVOSTJUDGES. mar2o ( , ts |>rg #>oobs mtb (?lotbmg. yj A. TOPHAM, 138 CONGRESS STREET, SAVANNAH, GA„ NO. 7 MERCHANTS' BOW, HILTON HEAD, Calls the attention of Wholesale and Retail purchasers to bis superior Stock of MILITARY, NAVAL aud CITIZENS’ CLOTHING, BOOTS, * SHOES, REGULATION HATS, CAPS, and GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS For sale at the Lowest Market price. Additions to Stock received by every Steamer front New York- may2s-20t £VK S • GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING EMPORIUM, Corner Bull Street out Bag Bane, Opposite Post Office, SAVANNAH, G A . A FULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FINE FURNISHING GOODS. HATS, CAPS. CLOTHING, UMBRELLAS, NOTIONS, TOILET ARTICLES, *O. may2B-eod2w jy C. NORVELL & CO. CORNER BULL AND BAY STREETS, HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF— DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS. EVES OFFERED IN THIS MARKET, Which will be sold AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, UPON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS. PRINTS.' Lawns, latest styles, * Organdies, Organdie Robes, Ginghams, Jaconets, Mozambiques, Bareges, all kinds, Crape Maretz, all colors. MOURNING GOODS. v THIS DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE IN ALL ITS DETAILS. GLOVES. Ladle,’ and Gents' Black and Colored Kids, best make, Lisle, all colors, Silk, all colors, Fillet Mits. HANDKERCHIEFS. Linen Cambric, Hemstitched, * Gents’ Printed Borders, Gents’ Silk. HOSIERY. Ladies’ Black and White Silk, Ladles' Black and White Cotton, Misses’ Black and WTiite Cotton, Children’s Black and, White Cotton, Ladies’ and Misses’ Gauze Merino Vests, Gents’ Merino Vests. UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS. Ribbons, Bonnet and Belt, all kinds. • BONNETS.. White,Black and Colored Straw and Braid Bonnets Ladies’ Misses’ and Children's Flats, in great va riety, A full assortment of Gents’ aad Boys’ Hats. FANS IN EVERY VARIETY, LARSE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF LADIES’ AND OEMS’ SHOES, CLOTHIN G. Linen and Cassimerc Summer Suits, Alapaca Coats, A Full assortment of Military Dress and Fatigue Uniforms. mayiO _ _ _ GOODS. Just received from New York a fine Invoice of STRAW HATS, Suitable for the Southern Trade, which will be sold at reasonable prices, or exchanged for Rice or Cotton. Address, B. J., may'll-2t Savannah P. O. gI’KAWGOODS. A well selected and desirable invoice of Straw Goods, suitable for the Southern trade, for sale on reasonable terms. Address, B. J., may3l-2t Savannah P. O. jyjOSQUITO NETTING, AT may‘2o L. C. NORVELL A GO’S. 1865 NEW SKIRT ‘ THE GREATEST INVENTION OF THE AGE IN HOOP SKIRTS. J. W. Bradley's New Patent DUPLEX ELLIP TIC (or double) SPRING SKIRT. Wests, Bradley & Cary, (late J. I. &J. O. West,) sole Proprietors and Manufacturers, 97 Chambers and 79 and 81 Reade streets. New York. This invention consists of duplex (or two ; elliptic steel springs, ingeniously braided, tightly and firmly together, edge to edge, making the toughest, most flexible, elastic and durable spring ever used. They seldom bend or break and consequently preserve their perfect and beautiful shape twice as long as any other Skirt. . , . , The wonderful flexibility and great comfort and pleasure to any lady wearing the Duplex Elliptic Skirt will be experienced particularly in all crowded assem blies, opera, carriage, railroad cars, church pews, arm chairs, for promenade and House dress, as the Skirt will fold itself, when in use, to occupy a small place as easily and conveniently as a silk or mnslin dress. A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort, and great convenience of wearing the Duplex Elliptic bpring Skirt for a single day will never afterward wil lingly dispense with the use of them. For Children, Misses and Young Ladies they are superior to all others. They are the best quality in every part, and un questionably the lightest, most desirable, comfortable and economical Skirt ever made. For sale In all first class stores in this city and throughout the United States, Havana de Cuba, Mexico, South America, and the West Indies. Inquire for the Duplex Elliptic Skirt. marSl M3mo insurance. YORK # FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE AGENCY. Insurance on all descriptions of Property here, or oh the Ocean, or Inland Navigation, can be obtained, in three of the largest Fire and Marine Companies in the City of New York at reasonable rates, by applying to A. A. LANE, Agent. Office in Sorell’s Building, Bull st., up stairs. Savannah, May 31,1865. may3l-7t JNSURANCE AGENCY. OCEAN.—RIVER. FIRE. The undersigned hold commissions fi om the leading Insurance Corporations of New York, representing an aggregate cash Capital ot over FIVE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS, and are prepared to issue Policies to cover Fifty Thousand Dollars on one application upon Fire Risks at Savannah and inland towns. Cotton and Merchandise—in transit on the Angnsta and Macon Rivers, and Ocean Risks generally. PROMPT SETTLEMENT OF LOSSES, L: C. NORVELL * CO., may 29—49 —4 Ball street, opposite Post Office. QO L U M BI A N (MARINE) INSURANCE COMP ANY O#' NEW YORK. CASH CAPITAL V.. 1 $3,600,000. ’' at The undersigned are prepared to Insure under Open Policy from the above Company to the extent of SIOO,- 000 in property in any first class Steamer, and from $60,000 to $75,000 on any first class sailing vessel, on the most favorable New York terms. For further particulars apply to CHARLES L. COLBY A CO Jones Block, corner Bay and Abercom streets, marls ts Savannah, Ga.YJ hotels. pO R T ROYAL HO U SE~ HILTON HEAD, S. C. RIDDELL A RUGO, Proprietors. *. S. RIDDELL, M. W. EUSO. Ju3-tf PtIA SK I HO U S fc, “ SAVANNAH, GA. BARTELS A RIDDELL, Proprietors. J. O. BARTELS. *. s. RIDDELL. ja3-’f Restaurants, STILL LIVE AT—- THE “OFFICE," No. 1 yi Merchant’s Row, PORT ROYAL, S. C. I do not advertise my Bill of Fare because it is alter ed every day and a printed Bill of Fare is pnt on each table every morning. THERE IS WHERE THE LAUGH COMES IN. My Ice Houses are now filled with Turkeys, Chick ens, Beef. Pork, Fish, Mutton, Pork Sausages, Vege tables, and Salads of all descriptions. THERE IS WHERE THE MUGH COMES IN, I have now on hand aboutHwelve hundred p ounda of Ice, so that I can make Ice Cream EVERY DAY and keep my Soda Water and Beer cool. ICE WATER FOB EVERYBODY. THERE IS WHERE THE LAUGH COMES IN. I have three Punkahs and several girls with fans to keejp the flies from the ladies and gentlemen while eating their cleanly served up meals. THERE IS WHERE THE LAUGH COMES IN. My Cooks, Waiters, Ac., are all clean. My Saloon has been newly papered, painted, whitewashed, Ac. THERE IS WHERE THE LIUGH C|OMES IN. There is Roman in Port Royal that can serve up Clams in every style better than Mr. Fitzgerald, at the Eagle Saloon, in the rear of the Post Office, THERE IS WHERE THE LAUGH COMES IN. There are many men in New York who go to Water street, where they can get their whiakey for three cents per glass. But you will find that GENTLLEMEN will go where thoy get the best articles regardless of ex pense. AND THAT LS WHERE THE LAUGH COMES IN. HONEY IS UP AND SUGAR IS DOWN. BENJAMIN HONEY, Proprietor pLAMS! GLAMS 1 CLAMS ’. IN TUB BUELL OR SHELLED OUT, With other Refreshments, at the oldest and best stand ON HILTON HEAD ISLAND, For a va.iety of something Good to Eat at all times, at .THE EAGLE SALOON, In refer ot the Post Office, Port Royal, S. C. PETER FITZGERALD respectfnlly informs his old friends, and the public in general, that since Oysters are out of season for a time., bis Dally Patrons can fiud a good substitute in CLAMS, cooked to order, in every style, at the shortest notice. He hits also a constant supply of • FRESH MEATS, POULTRY, FISH A VEGETABLES, From the North and other places in this vicinity. Meals cooked to order at any hour during the day. Our motto is to “Live well.” PETER FITZGERALD, Proprietor. mav23 ts JpOST QUARTERMASTER’S OFFICE, Central Railroad Bank, Savannah, Ga., Jane Ist, 1865. In pursuance of orders, received at this office, all dtizeus occupying buildings, whose owners are ab sent within the Rebel lines, or buildings, or other property belonging to disloyal persons, will, uulet* each buildings have been previously assigned—rent free—settle the rents for the same, due the Uni ted States, at this office on or before the 10th of Jnne. > A failure to comply with the above will cause a forfeiture of all claims to further occupation. S. 8. STARR, nnel Capt. and A. Q. M., In charge of buildings.