The Savannah Daily Herald.
k W. Mason & Cos., Pbomultobs.
Samuel W. Mason, .iw»*
SAVANNAH. FRIDAY. JUNE 23. Ini-.
THE PROPOSED TION ON.
THE FOURTH OK JI'LY.
On the day set apart lor a commemoration
of the President's death, Mrs. Iv#s, lady of
Mr. Anson B. Ivei, corn,?r ol Bull street and
Bar Lane, was Treasurer of a fund for de
corations at the Theatre. The committee
performed their duty to the satisfaction of
everybody, and made a Sue display. They
had S3O unexpended, and this amount Mrs.
Ives sends to us, to be added to the sub
scription for the celebration of the Fourth of
July, with the'hope that arrangements may
be completed for a proper observance of that,
day. We add the subscription to the list
with much pleasure, and hope that the lady’s
patriotic wish may be gratified.
Rev. Peti k Whei-ax of Savannah.— This
reverend gentleman’s kind attention »o
the wants of the Union prisoners confined in
the stockade at Andersonville, Sumter coun
ty, Georgia, deserves the respect and esteem
ot all ioval people. The following is a brief
sketch of his life: —Fat lip r Whelan was born
on the i 4th of March, 1802, in the County ol
Wexlord, Ireland, and received a classical
education iu Ireland. He early emigrated
to America, and located in Charleston, South
Carolina, where he resided nearly tour years.
Ha studied for U*e ministry under Bishop
England. Outlie 21st day of November,
1832, he was ordained Priest, and was imme
diately sent to a mission in North Carolina,
where lie remained a considerable time. 1 He
then removed to Georgia* ana located at Lo
cust Grove, in Warren, formerly Taliaferro
county, where he remained from the autumn
of 1836 to 1855. From Locust Grove,
Father Whelan proceeded to Augusta to
waist the Rev. Mr. Duggan, whose health
was being impaired from arduous labors in
attending lo the distressed during the preva
lence of an epidemic of yellow' fever. In
the year 1856 he removal ,to Savannah.
While on a clerical visit to Fort Pulaski he
s Wfls unexpectedly cut off from communica
tiou with. Savannah, and when this port
surrendered he was made a prisoner with its
garrison. lie was sent North as prisoner of
war, and was confined for three weeks on
Governor’s Island. The garrison of Fort
Pulaski will ever love him for kindness
shown and extended to them.
Father Henry Clavine, when the prison at
Andersonville was established, was sent
there by Bishop Verot,|to administer to the
wants of its inmates. His health soon failed
and Father Whelan was then stmt »o the re
lief of Father Clavrul. During the adminis
tration ot Father Whelan, he was assisted j
for a time by Father Kirby of Macon, a id 1
Father Husauah, a Jesuit from Mobile I
Father Hamilton attended the officers prison, \
located at Macon Georgia,
From the Boston Pilot of the 10th inst.,
we fend the following extract from- a Con
“Albert A. Walker, Commissary Sergeant
of the 16th Conn. Vol., who has just return
ed home from the rebel prison at Anderson
viile, informs the Hartford Courant that a
Catholic priest named Whalen, of Savannah,
visited the prisoners daily in person. This
priest was unusually kind to them, conversed
freely, and told them that if he could have
his way he would have them all released. At
one time this kind-hearted man distributed
to the men $2,700 in Confederate money, and
one day last winter he laid out S4OO in gold,
of his owu money, for flour for the prisoners,
which vyas baked into bread in the hospital
apt! distributed among our famished soldiers.
Such deeds are worthy of record.”
-Magnolia Encampment, No. 1,1. Q. 0. P.
The following officers were elected at a regu
lar meeting held on Wednesday evening, to
serve the ensuing term .
P. C. P.—David Bailey, C. P
Robt. Groves, H. P.
J. Holbrook Estill, S. W.
C. E. Van Vorst, J. W.
Chas. Gross, Scribe.
P. C. P.—James L. Haupt, Treas.
Atlantic Monthly for July. —We give to
Mr. Stephen Farrelly, book-seller and sta- !
tioner at the'old stand of John M. Cooper A
Cos., our thanks tor a late number (July) of
the Atlantic Monthly* We are also obliged
to him for previous favors. In this connec
tion we call attention to his advertisement in
another column. He has a large and well
selected stock at the lowest prices.
Ives’ Stoke.— Scattered through onr ad
vertising columns will be found many brief
but important announcements relating to the
otore of Mr. Anson B. Ives, comer of Bull
street and Bay Lane. Ho has a large slock
and *a good variety—clothing, furnishing
good 9, boots and shoes, hats, Ac. We
know Mr. Ives to be a man of strict integ
rity, enterprising iu business, and courteous
to his customers.'
Decision. —Under our Court
head will be found an important decision
in two cases where horses taken by Geueral
3hermans army, and afterwards purchased
by loyal citizens, were claimed by the origi
tat owners. Judge Parsons decides that the
original owner*! titles ceased when the horses
were captured by the U. S. army’ in a time of
C. O. I>, This Cabalistic caption is fully
explained in an advertisement in another
column of the store at 152 Congress street,
where every’ decent style of boot and shoe
'can be ibond, and evefy size. We caa rec
emmend the establishment.
riP.ST PROVOST COURT—JO DOE ÜBEN PARSONS.
Savannah. Judo 22. 1865.
At tep o’clock this forenoon His Honor
J udge Parsons took his seat on the bench,
having been necessarily absent and the court
closed the past three days. Decisions were
made in the following cases:
John M. Cooper vs. John School. Claim
for a horse.
Hon. Wm. Law vs. Captain Silas Spicer.
Claim for a horse. ,
Both of these casas were docketed, and
the evidence and arguments heard hv the
Court on the 7th inst,. and held under con
Judge Parsons made the following decis
ions in both cases:
“These two cases were tried several
days since, and held under consideration, and
were elaborately argued by Judge Law and
Judge Chisholm for plaintiff?, and by A. A.
Stone, Esq., and Hon. Solomon Colyn for
defendants. The two h4rse.s respectively
claimed by the plaintiffs were captured by
General Shermun’s Army, being taken during
a state of war. The titles that plaintiffs
had,, then ceasing, they have no right of
claim against another party, no matter how
the property was purchased, especially
w hen purchased or obtained of the army as
was done in each of these cases. Judgment
SECOND PROVOST COURT —CAM. T. I*. RIIXDI.KT,
Savannah, June 22nd, 1865.
I uited State s vs. Tom Harris, (colored) —
theft ol horse, property of .Tames Smith Or
dered that the defendant be placed in confine
ment one month.
Richard Mills (colored) vs. Geo. C, Darnell
—recovery of debt. There being no cause
for action in this court, the case wa9 dis
W in. Stiles (colored) vs. Toby Adams—re
covery of a horse, alleged property of plain
tiff. Judgment rendered in favor of detfen
dant, and that he he allowed to retain the
horse in question! *
Lieut. Maury. —This officer who was
formerly in charge of our most prominent.
Astronomical Observatory 'at or near’
Washington, aud who deserted his poet and
went over to Iho Rebels early in the w ar,
now feels tbnt he is thoroughly’subdued, and
accordingly addresses a letter to flie officials
in charge of such matters, and makes an os
tentations surrender, affixing the terms him
self—“the conditions which hyve been, or
may he granted to General Lee aud hia offi
cers,” and then signs himself “M. F. Maury,
Commander C’. S. Navy. ” There is pet flaps,
not auotherMnan in the United States whose
ingratitude to the Government has been so
base as that ol this man Maury, for he was
petted and fondled as was no other man
The terms of which bespeaks will doubtless
be granted him; and as General Lee has al
ready been indicted for treason, we hope to
see M. F. Maury in the box with him, at the
earliest convenience of the Cotrf,
\Y knhfll Philips. —This anti
slavery orator, has evidently committed a
felo dr se ou hi 9 reputation. In a speech he
iecently delivered before the Anti-Slavery
Society of Boston, he without qualification
or reserve, avowed himself in favor of the
repudiation of the public debt in case that ne
gro suffrage was not allowed. Perceiving
the general burst of indignation with which
this conditional proposition was received,
and in which some of his own organs joined,
lie hastens to quality’ that which was uttered
unqualifiedly. In letters addressed to the
New 1 ovk papers he eats his words, stating
that he hud beeu misconstrued. His latest
version ol this part of his speech is to the ef
.fect, that he intended repudiation of the
Rebel debt and not the debt, of the Union.
Returned • to Duty.— To-day Captain
Spicer, the courteous aiul gentlemanly Har
bor Master ot the port of Savannah, returns
to duty, (.‘apt Spicer, a lew days since was
prostrated by an attack ol billions fever.—
Ilia numerous frieffds will be pleased to learn
ol his restoration to health.
Steamers To-day for Hilton Head.—
This morning, at seven o.elock, the steamship
Eastern States, Capt. Burnham, will sail for
Hilton Head at ten o’clock ; the steamer U.
S Grant, Capt. Briggs, will also sail.for Hil
A New Provost Court. —We publish to
.day nil important General Order from the
District Headquarters, and also, one from
the Post Headquarters in relation to the
Departure or Paroled Prisoners.—Tho
steamer Louisburg, Capt. Dale, departed
yesterday for St Augustine, Fla., having on
board a large number of paroled Confederate
For Augusta. —Yesterday afternoon, the
steamer Standisb, Capt. Moore, laden with
forage, departed tor Augustn.
Release or Confederate Orrrcuis.—
We find the appended item in a Southern
Since the release of Governor Brown, of
Georgia, no prominent rebel official has been
imprisoned. Governor Watts, of Alabama,
nas been released, and ox-Governor Smith, of
V irginia, who has delivered himself up, is
j « s ° °i* i ,aiuk! ' Letcher and Vance
1 shat thll Q , the ld Ca P itol ; but is rumored
i tfaL y hx> will soon be out on parole.—
I Governor Magmh. of South Carolina, It is
sale, _ias also been sent South to be paroled.
—Returns from Colorado Land Office show’
great activity in land operations at Denvel,
in that in the wav of preliminary
steps to securing lands under the Pre-emp
tion and Homesteud laws. At Saginaw’,
Michigan, in May, 3,760 acres were located
with bounty land warrants.
—The call which Governor Pierpoint has
issued for the reassembling of the Virginia
Legislature relates to what is known as the
Alexandria legislature, composed of some
ten members, and not the legislature just,
elected. Most of the members ot the formed
, Old Eyes Made New
WITHOUT SPECTACLES, DOCTOR OR MEDICINE
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten cents.
Address E. B. FOOTE. M. D„ No. 1120 Broadway,
New York. juIS-7
PI'I.AStCI HOUSE, JUNE 52.
WCMorrifl. Feroandina ,Louis Northouse. N Y
A N Sheann do .1 B Gutrard, city
do }SW Harris, Athens. Ga
Lt Walnth, Hilton Head T Tracy Edgertou N y
I.t Jos Allen, Jacksonville j A Pels N C
E<; Meyer. New Vork I Capl .T Rounds, Darien
htGvo Gr&ybill. TJ 8 A Lt P Massan. do
C H Barnwell, Fla
POET KOYAL HOTEL (HILTON HEAD) JUNE 21.
Lt ,T B Child, RS A V Gainey, Ga
Oapt J Bennets, 14 Me V E A Small, Navy
E Saudford, Agt Sanitary !N Ross do
r r !frig Geu E A Wild, Arn.y
■J T bogley, Hilton Head
Lt L U Hyde, J-id C T ;C Lee, do
II W Wright, Augu»ta '(.’apt G W Adams Sth Ind
A II Abraham, Savanuah c-K Merrill, N Y
W B Wood, lnd ij Blake, do
H C Spunk, Ohio LT Foee, Navv '
<T N Biglow, Savana&h >J Williams, Navy
Cant J Montgomery do W Hall, Hilton Head
S H Holbrook, do F Kolbe, do
b Curry, do jA E Brown. Anderson
C H Fernald. Navy ! J M Plott, N Y
J C Chance, AA D O >W D Lee. do
J S Caldwell, Charleston j
flipping | ntflligeiue.
PORT OF SAVANNAH, JUNE 22.
Steamship Eastern States, Burnham, Charleston -
steamer Louisburg, Dale, Hilton Head: Revenue
Steamer Nejvaha, McGowan, Hilton Head; steamer
U S Grant, Briegs. Hilton Head: sloop Thai Fowler,
Bliss, New York.
, < ?ll a . ra ?. r Cannon, Hilton Head; schooner
JSShiudler, Hummers, Hilton Head: steamer Louis
bnrg, Dale, St Augustine ; steamer Standish, Moore
Augusta; Revenue steamer Nemaha, McGowan. Hil
At Port Royrl Hotel, June 17lh, Mr. Bi-nj. Honey
and Mrs. Margret Flynn, of Charleston, IS. C.
The friends and relatives or Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P.
are respectfully invited to attend the fu»eral of
their eldest danghteg MARY LEE BELL, from their
residence, Jones street, below Ball street, this after
noon, at five o’clock.
# LINE SAILING VESSELS
REGULAR WEEKLY LINE OF CLIPPER SCHOON
• ERS Fok
The undersigned intend to keep up a regular weak
ly line ot first class Sailing Vessels plying between Sa
vannah and the above port, with superior accommo
dations for passengers and the very best facilities for
delivering freight in good order, at low rates, with
promptness and despatch. Particular attention
to forwarding goods from New York.
CHARLES L. COLBY & CO.,
juts cor. Bay and Abercorn streets.
pOR CHARLESTON. ~
THE SCHOONER WITCH QUEEN.
Os 115 tons burthen, Capt. Tayt. Apply to
RICHARDSON & BARNARD.
ju JU-1 Bay street, opposite Mariners' Church.
Savannah, Ga., June 22; is<i6.
Proposals will he received at this office until Satur
day, July Ist, lor furnishing Cross Ties and Bridge
Timber, rebuilding the Bridges aud Culverts, and re
laying the Tract from Station No. 4% to Gordon, and
from Millen to Waynesboro
. ao „ GEO. W. ADAMS,
■G l *’* * General Superintendent.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
TUESDAY, JUNK 2»tu, I^s
This new Hotel Bituated on the mast desirable spot
on the eastern hank of Hilton Head Island, affords a
djic view of the Tier, Bay, Ocean, and suiroi tuding
Islauds. The scenery is quite as pleasing and later
eating, In every respect, as the famous waterin* place
°* Newport, R. I, and is altogether as com ,’ortable
and healthful a place to spend the summer mouths.
It has a flue hard smooth Beach, ssveuleen mlV?* long
affording a more charming drive than the celebrated
Beach ar Xahaiit, Mann,, and as bathing as at
that, place or Cape May.
The House has over seventy large, airy roo ms, and
verandahs on three sides of all the stories ; the fnrni
ture, is entirely new, unit the tables will be famished
with the best that otii be procured here and in the
Northern markets. Every effort will be made to ren
der the Hotel all that tho most fastidious can (Vesire
Billiard Rooms and Seu Bathing house* will noon be
In readiness for guests. j u ts
Corn Starch, . Cago,
Fig Bins, Colgate’s Soap,
Adamantine Candles, Goshen Butter.
Lard in Tubs, Maccarooi,
Vermacelli, Raisins anti JAgs
Nutmegs, Olive oil,
Now lauding, aud for sale by
■i"-* 2 HILTON* KANDELL.
A FEW TIERCES, VERY EYCLLLENT QUALIFY
N. O. MOLASSES.
For sale low to close Consignment, by
ju23-2 HUNTER « GaMMELL,
0 K, GOOD.
HAS ROVED TO BARNARD STREET,
(Comer Jroughton street lane, next door to T.
M. Turner's Drug Store,;
Where kill keep constantly on hand,
> Fob Family Uss.
Notice.<r J. A. Mayer will act as toy Agent
during mjsence in New York
ju23 C. K. OSGOOD.
DO YODvANT TO KNOW WHAT THAT
• MEANS f
Ta en’a i.i. at 152 CoXgbess St.,
Where yaan fiud any kind of a Shoe or Boot, from
the little int's to the largest Shoe for the
.RGEST MAN OR WOMAN
In Georgiffhite or black. A single pair or fifty
case®, to a customers. No charge for showing our
GROOIES AND DRY GOODS AT COST.
Remem I our motto at 152 Congress street, is
O . Q.
jn23 i lw
OUTERS AND MERCHANTS.
The subibern ofi'er for sate at No. 4 Merchants'
Row, HiltdJead, S. C.,
'HEIR ENTIRE STOCK,
At prices wh defy competition, consisting of Cakes,
Crackers, Iter. Cneese, Hams? Canned Fruits and
'Heats, Tr|i Emery Paper, Segars, Tobacco, Ales,
Wines, Boi aud Shoes, Shirts, Handkerchiefs, Paper
Bags. Wraing Paper, Stationary in variety, Army
Ranges, Yitee Notions, Hardware, Tinware, &c.
These gqs will be sold without regard to cost.
Why seivour orders to New York when you can
buy eheapfct home
Ju2S,tf O. W. DENNIs 4 CO.
dfe 1 OLD AND SILVER db-f
dP I • WATCHES dP 1 •
Sets SilvjWare, Diamond Sets and Rings, English
Silver CraeStands. Butter Coolers, Dinner and Tea
Service, Pins, hewing Machines,.Vest Chains, Brace
lets, Locke’ Gold Pencils, Sets of Jewelry, &c., Ac.,
WOJH ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
TO UE SOLtt r «IE HOLLAS EACH, WITHOUT REHASH TO
AND NOTTCBE PAID FOR UNTIL YOU KNOW
WI.J* YOU ARK TO RECEIVE.
Or RICH ANIVALEAMI.K ASTICLKS AT ONE JHHXAS EACU.
.100 Fine.old Chronometer Watches, envch S2OO
i()0 Finetold English Lever Watches 150
200 Ladi’ Gold Enameled Bijou Watches 180
5fK) Soli(ilver Hunting Lever Watchfti. .$ 40 to 80
200 BLlvi Dinner Sets .100 to 150
150 SilviTea Sets .100 to 160
3,000 Engh Silver Cruet Stands 20 to 30
3,000 SilvFruit Urns 15 to 30
2,000 ftilv Butter Coolers 20 to 30
1,000 Silv Ice Pitchers 50 to 73
5,000 Silc Goblets, Gold Lined 15 to 20
10,000 Qd Pens, Silver Pencil Ca5e5........ Bto 12
5,000 dern Silver Tea Spoons 13 to 20
5,000 d«en Sliver Oesse-t Spoons 20 to 30
5,000 Lige Size Magic-Spring Lockets 10 to 20
150 Fat-Class sowing Macnines 40 to 80
All tu above lists of goods will be sold for one dol
lar each Certificates Os all the various article*, stating
what e:h one can have, are first put into envelopes,
sealed ?. and mixed: and, when ordered, ate taken
oat wi'.out regard to choice, and sent by inti, thus
givingll a fair chance On receipt of the Certificate
you wi see what you can have, and then it iiv at your
options send one dollar and take the article or not.
SINGLi CERTIFICATES, 25 CENTS EACH.
One Otificate may obtain you a Gold Wamh, Ser
vice of SVer Plate, or any other valuable article.
THERE WILL BE NO BLANKS.
PACKAGES OF CERTIFICATES
\ ■ *
WiL be sold til Cubs, Schools, Agents, «Stc., at the
One Certificate, seiito any address by mail Si 025
5 Certificates 1 00
11 Certificates f 00
|3O Certificates (wth premium; 5 00
05 Cortiflcates (wtb premium;. 10 00
100 Certificates Cwth premium; .15 00
Pertect satisfaction guaranteed iu ail cases. Goode
not pleasing the tste or fancy of our customers will
be exchanged fret of cost
Agents and othirs will be allowed 10 cents on each
certificate orderec by them, providini: not less than
five are ordered a a time. Agents will collect 25 cts
for eucn certifleat* and remit 15 cents each to us.
Address all ordrs to
S. C. RICKARDS & CO-,
102 Nassau at.. New York.
AGENiTS WANIED. Ju23-lw
l’icketa Tor Chaeoal will be sold at the Office of the
Gas Company unil Ist of July next for
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS EACH.
W. F. HOLLAND,
ju23 3 Accountant.
£JAY, GRAIN, FLOUR, *
WHITE PINE LUMBER, SPRUCE SHINGLES
Fob £ale ax ,
Bay street, opp oalte Mariners’ Chnrcb,
ju23-tf Savannah, Ga.
HEADQ’RS POST OF SAVANNAH, ,
Savaw trail, Ga., June 22d, 1865,
No. 48. j f
A Provost Court for the Post of Savannah is hereby
established. It will he open for the trial of cases each
duy (except Sundays), from nine o’clock a. m, until
two o’clock p. m It will have jurisdiction in all
cases of misdemeanors and violation by civilians of
Department, District and Post Orders or regulations
which are committed wltliiu the limits of thi* Post.—
The Judge may imprison convicted parties for periods
not to exceed six months and inflict flues net to ex
ceed “five hundred dollars. All monies so collected
will be turned over to, the Post Treasurer. The
Judge may also, appoint such officers aud establish
inch rules for his Court as he may deem necessary,
subject to the approval of the General Commanding.
I. to Lieut. Hanson C, Gibson, 166th N. Y. Vols., is
hereby detached from his regiment, and announced as
Provost Judge for the Pest of Savannah.
He will be obeyed and respected accordingly.
By command of
Brevet Brig. Gen- H. L. WOCDFORD.
En w aud G. Dike, A A. G. jn2S
HEADQ'RS DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH,
Savahnah.Ga., Jun? 21,186 Y
No. 35*. /
So much of General Orders No 0, of March lttb,
1605, from these Headquarters an delines the jurisdic
tion of the 2d Provost Court is hereby revoked.
The 2d Provost Court of the District of Savannah la
By command of
Brevet Maj; Gen. BERGS.
Hoax. F. Wu.ri.nsou. Major a)id A. A. A G. .
•po THE 01TIREN8 OF GEORGIA !
The termination of a sanguinary contest, which for
the past four years has presented an impassable barrier
to all social or commercial tnte. course between the
two great sections of our country, having at length
happily cleared away all obstacles to a removal or
those relations which formerly bound ns together in a
fraternal anion, I take the earliest opportunity afford
ed me by this auspicious event, to greet my Southern
friends, and to s ’licit from them a renewal of that ex
tenaive business connection which for a quartet* of a
century haa been uninterrupted save by the great pub
lie calamity to Which I have adverted
It Is scarcely necessary, oa the threshold of a busi
ne9B re-union, I should repeal the warning go often
given to my friends.—to beware of all those spurious
and de'eterions compounds which, under the specious
and false titles of Imported Wines, Brandies, Holland
Gin, Liquors, &c., have been equally destructive to
the health of our citizens and prejudicial to the Interest
of the legitimate Importer.
Many years of my past life have been expended in
an open aud candid attempt to expose these wholesale
frauds; no time nor expense has been spared to ac
complish this salutary purpose, and to place before
my friends and the public generally; at the lowest
possible market price, and in such qnantities as might
suit their convenience, a truly genuine imported arti
Twenty-five y»-ats’ business transactions with the
lamest and most respectable exporting houses in
France and Great Britain have afforded
ed facilities for supplying our home market with
Wines, Liquors, aud Liquersoi the best and most ap
proved brands in Europe, in audition to ray own dis
tillery in Holland for the manufacture of the ‘‘Schie
The latter, so long tested and approved by the med
ical Faculties qf the United States, West Indies and
South America as an invaluable Therapeutic, a whole
some, pleasant, and perfectly safe beverage in ail cli
mates and during all seasons, quickly excited tbe cu
pidity of the home manufacturers and venders of a
spurious article uuder the same name.
I trust that 1 have, after much toil and expense, sur
rounded all my importations with safeguards and di
rections which with ordinary circumspection will in
sure their delivery, as I receive them from Europe, to
all my customers.
I would, however, recommend in all cases where it
is possible, that orders be sent direct to my Depot, 22
Beaver street, New York, or that purchase! be made
of my accredited agents.
Hi addition to a large stock of Wines, Brandies, 4c.,
in wood, I have a considerable supply of old tried foi
eign wines, embracing vintages of many past years,
bottled up before the commencement of the war,
which I can especially recommend to all connoisseurs
of these rare luxuries.
In conclusion. I would specially call the early atten
tion of my Southern customers to the advantage to be
derived by transmitting their orders without loss of
time, or calling personally at the Depot, in order to
insure the fulfillment of their favors from the present
large and well selected assortment.
ju23 lm 22 Beaver street. New York
HEADQ’RS DEP’T OF THE SOUTH, >
Hilton Head, S. C,,June 13, 186$ j
No, 90. j
The following named companies of the 107th Regi
ment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Lt. Col. John S. Coop
er, Commanding: Cos. F, Capt. Wm, Fisher, Cos. H,
Capt. Philip Setzler, Cos. D, Capt Phiiip J. Wang, Cc
G, Lieut. Conrad Deubel, and Cos C, Capt. Joseph
Brann, being, through the neglect of their regimental
and company commanders, and In violation q! repeat
ted orders, unprovided with original muster-in rolls,
will remain on duty in this Department under charge
ofLt. Col. Cooper and their company officers, till tea
arrival of the muster-in-rojls. The remaining cornpa
niea of the Regiment, under the command of thr Ma
jor or senior Captain, will be mustered out as soon as
possible, and will then Immediately proceed with the
colors and regimental Headquarters to report to the
Chief Mustering Officer of the State of Ohio for pay
ment and Anal disenarge.
By Command of
Major General Q. A. OILLMORE.
W L. M. Burger,
Ass’t Adj’t Gin
Official: - t
T. I). Hodqes,
* Capt. 3fith U. S. C. T. and A. A. A. Q.
je»3 t It
HEADERS DEPARTMENT OF THE SOUTH,
Hilton Head, S. 0., June 14,1665
General Orders.) A
No 91 j
The following Despatch from the War Department,
is hereby published for tho information of this com
ADJUTANT GENERAL’S OFFICE,
Washington, May 30,1866.
Telegram to Department Commanders, and Copy tv
Chit/ Muttering Ogiceri.
Please announce that General Orders No. 36, of'
1862, with the three notes attached, relating to di.v
charge of the sick, will be applied in similar cases, as,
for instance, in Ihe case of discharges under General
Orders, No. 77, of 7T, of 18C5. There appears to be
some misunderstanding in regard to it.
’ Assistant Adjutant General.
By command of
Major General Q. A. GILLMORE.
W. L. M. Bcbufr,
Assistant Adjutant General,
T. D. Hodqm, Capt. 85th U. S. C. TANARUS„
Act. Asst. Adjt Gen
HEADQ’RS DEFT OF THE SJUTH, 1
Hutox Hi in, S. C., June 19, 1866 i'
General Orders, )
No. 95. j
A-il officers anil enlisted men detailed, from these
Headquarters, ou duty with the recruiting service In
this Department, are hereby relieved from such duty,
and wLU report at once to their respective commands
By command of
Major Gendt-ii Q. A. GILLMORE.
W. L. M Bceuer,
Assistant Adjutant General
T. D. Hodges, , *
Capt 35th U. 8. C. TANARUS., Aat Aest. Adjt. Gen.
HEADQ’RS DISTRICT SAVANNAH,
Savannah, Ga., June 15, 1666.
General Ordies, )
No. 37. )
Ail Military restrictions heretofore imposed upon
U. S. Mails In this District ate removed.
By command of '
Brevet Major Gen. BIRGE.
Rpex. ,F. Wilkin3o:<, Maj. and A. A. A- G.
HEADQ’RS DISTRICT SAVANNAH,
Savannah, Ga., June It, 1866
No. 39. f r ‘
Hereafter all applicants for Exacutive clemency un
der tne Proclamation ot Amneety of May 29th, iB6O,
who desire Jo forward their applications through
these Headquarters must accompany them with an af
fidavlt showing under what exception clause in the
Proclamation their cases may come.
The affidavit must also state that the applicant fallsv
within no other class of exceptions than that specified
by him and must be taken before the officer empower
ed to administer the oath of allegiance, by vl.tne of
the provisions of Gerersl Order No.' 33, current series,
from these Headquarters.
By command of
Brevet Major General BIRGE.
Robt. F, Wilxiksom, Major and A, A. A. G.