The Savannah Daily Jerald.
& W. Mason & Cos., P*'>wi*to«s.
Samuil W. Mason, Editor,
SAVANNAH. THURSDAY, JULY C, 1966.
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Celebration of the Fourth of July on
Board the America,
We learn from some of the passengers of
the America that the National Holiday was
celebrated on that vessel to the best of their
The display of fireworks was not very ex
tensive, but considerable noise was kept up
by the firing of pistols, guns, &c.
The dinner was the most noticeable and
agreeable feature of the day, was gotten
up in splendid style by Steward McCleary and
was participated in by several of Our promi
nent citizens; among others was Mr. C.
White, Mr. E. S. Riddell, of the Pulaski
House, and Mr. Edward Hilton, of the firm
of Hilton & Randell. The tables were pre
sided ovor by Capt. Clift and Purser Owen,
who did the honors with great credit. After
about ail hour's popping of corks and toast
ing, the party rose well satisfied with what
they had done toward perpetuating the mem
ory of the glorious Fourth.
Tht Drowning of Mr. Hogg-—Further Par
ticulars—Recovery dSf the Body.
In our last evening edition we gave an ac
count of the drowning of Mr. Alexander
Hogg. We have some additional particulars.
Mr. Hogg was drowned in the only place in
the river where the water is dangerously
deep at low tide, and of its existence he was
unaware. Mr. Leary- escaped after he threw
out the paddle of the boat to Mr. Hogg’s as
sistance, and afterwards, leaving the boat,
had a narrow escape from the mud, in which
he had to walk near two miles, sometimes
saving himselt from sinking by using his coat
to walk on. Mr. Robert Balfour and this
gentleman swam nearly two miles in their
efforts to save Mr. Hogg. Mr. Leary nar
rowly escaped. Mr. Hoggs body was recov
ered yesterday afternoon in a creek about a
mile from the spot where the accident occur
red. It was brought to this city.
Illkgal Wearing or Federal Uniforms.
An important order on this subject from Geu.
Davis will be found in another column.
Bdyino Soldier’s Clothing. —ln General
Order No. 6, Gen. Davis officially forbids the
purchasing of soldiers Clothing.
Musing Custom House Keys and other
Valuables.— We call, attention to the ad
vertisement by Collector Woodbridge for
missing keys and other valuables belonging
to the Custom House.
Arrival or the Amazon.— The steamer
Amazon arrived last evening from Augusta
with a heavv freight, including a large Quan
tity of ootton. We are indebted to Mr. Wm.
Gibbons, Clerk of the Amazon, lor late
From Charleston and Augusta. —By ar
rivals last evening, we received files of late
papers from both these places. But owing
to the lateness of the hour at which they ar
• rived, we are compelled to defer extracts
1 until the evening edition. 1 #
The Review on the 3rd. —In the review
of the 3d inst., General Fessenden, who i%a
full Brigadier Geueral, and not a Brevet, as
Inadvertantly stated, had command of-all the
troops participating. The right of the line
was held by the 3d Brigade, Dwght's Di
vision, of the old 19th Army Corps, com
manded by Col. L. M. Peck, 1 l?3d New York
What New Yoke City did tor the War.—
A very interesting aud replete report ot the
County Volunteering Committee of New
York has been submitted to the Board of su
pervisors. It shows that the entire number
of men recruited for the war in that city (was
over one hundred and sixteen thousand, ex
clusive of the twenty-five thousand three
months men, at a cost tor bounties aud pre
miums of $9,870,327. Besides this there
were expended for relief ot soldiers’ families
and other war purposes $6,916,281, making,
inclusive of $724,064 for the necessary ex
penses of the jVoluuteering Committee, the
total expenditure for the military support of
the government by the city authorities of
over seventeen millions and a half dollars.
• No Such Thing as Reconstruction. —ln a
recent conversation with Gea Logan, Presi
dent Johnson is reported as saying:
“General, there’s no such thing as recon
struction. These States have not gone out
of the Union. Therefore reconstruction ia
unnecessary. Ido not mean to treat them
as inchoate States, but merely as existing
under a temporary suspension of their gov
ernments; provided always they elect loyal
men. The doctrine of coercion to preserve
a State in the Union has been vindicated by
the people. It is the province of the Execu
tive to sec that the will of the people is car
ried out in the rehabilitation of these rebel
lious States, once more under the authority
as'well as the protection of the Union. '
Increase in the Money Obdku Post Offi
ces.—A Washington correspondent says:
The money order offices are immediately
to be increased from two hundred ami eighty
to four hundred aud twenty, principally in
the Western Stales. Measures have been
taken to extend the system to the Pacific
coast. The result of the experiment so far
has been satisfactory to the Post Office De
partment, while those who remit small sums
of money are perfectly insured from loss.
Major General Meade left Washington on
the 30th ult., for Philadelphia, where the
headquarters of his new command, the Mil
itary Division of the Atlantic, will be lo
Post Pkovost Cocbt—Capt. Jas. E. Smith,
J edge Presiding —United States vs. Green ’
Warren (colored j, charge simple larceny. It
was ordered, that the prisoner be placed in
imprisonment four months. J. R. Saussey for
prosecution ;P. M. Russell, Esq., for de
U. 8. vs. Thos. Maher, Dan. Murphey,
Richard Frizzell and Martin Howard, drunk
enness and disorderly conduct in the streets.
The prisoners were discharged fiom cus
tody. M. J. Ford, Esq., for defence.
U- 8. vs. Jas. Ahern, charge, selling liquor
to and robbing a soldier. In consequence of
want of evidence the prisoner was discharged
rom custody. M. J. Ford, counsel for de •
U. S. vs. Wm. Hswlet and Ed. L. Stewart,
charged with misdemeanor. The prisoners
were ordered released from custody in con
sequent of want of evidence. J. R. Saus
sey, counsel for defence.
U. S. vs. A. A. Stokes and C. S'. Davis,
complained oflor drunkenness and disorder
ly conduct i>j the street. John R. Hover of
the U. S. Police prosecutor for U. 8. The
prisoners were discharged with a severe re
primand. P. M. Russell counsel for defence.
U. S. vs. Thomas Wilson, charged wilh
Robbery by J. R. Hover, of the U. 8. Po
lice. The case was postponed to 11 a. m.,
Gth inst- P. M. Russell and Weo. A. Mercer,
Esqts. for defence.
U. S. vs. Fred. Wiilham, charged with
Robbery by J. R. Hover, U. S. Police.—
The prisoner was discharged from custody.
F. W. Johnson, tor Drosecution ; P. M. Rus
sell, Esq., for defence.
U. S. vs. Bridget Brownwell, charged with
Robbery. J. R. Hover, of the U. S. Police,
prosecutor for Government. The prisoner
was discharged lor lack of evidence against
District Provost Court —Hon. Eben Par
sons, Jk, Judge Presiding. —The Court met,
at 10 o’clock A. M A suit brought by So
lomon Bank (colored;, against Porupey Lo
cust (colored;, was dismissed for want of
Case, Sarah Thompson vs. Beuj. Thomp
son (colored) desertion from bed and board,
also dismissed, both patties failing to ap
Henry Field (colored) vs. Isaac Baynell—
recovery ot debt. It was ordered that the
plaintiff recover of defendant the sum of $75,
and that said amount be paid in accordance
with the order.
Rachel Brownfield vs. Sophia Brown (col
ored)—recovery of rent. The case was dis
missed, both parties failing to appear.
D. E. Olkrey vs. Mrs. John9tou—recovery
of a child. This case was dismissed, both
parties failing to appear.
The case of Robert (colored) vs. Charles
et al. (colored), discontinued forth*pur
pose of making a settlement. J, O. Ferril
Esq., for plaintiff, F. W. Johnson, Esq., for
Ned Williams (colored[, vs. Susanna Gib
son, et. al. (colored)— recovery of dejjt and
clothing. Plaintiff failed to make out his
case, aud judgment was given for defendant.
Upon the application of Abigail Small, to
occupy and voutrol a lot of laud containing
4 1-4 acres, situated in Savannah, it was
ordered, that the petitioner be authorized and
empowered to sell or rent, and collect rents
for the same, when not in use by the U. 9.
Government as a Battery or otherwise.
It having appeared to the Court that Clai
borne Bevill, of Effingham Cos., was com
pelled by the sentence of the self-constituted
vigilence committee of that county, to give
up the possession of a certain farm, on or
about the 3rd day oi April, 1865, and that
by threat and violence the said Bevill was
driven from the same, when one John Mor
rell wrongfully came in possession of the
farm; it was ordered by the Court, that the
farm be immediately turned over to Bevill,and
all growing crops upon it be accounted lor to
him ; and any former acting magistrate, con
stable, or sheriff be authorized to execute this
order and to summon to his assistance for
the purpose a paste wmotatis from the citi
zens of Effingham County.
Thomas Peniman vs. Paul Chapman, re
covery of wages for services. rendered. It
appearing, that plaintiff had already recover
ed a judgment agaiust plaiutiffiu the Second
Provost Court for $43 25 which was still
unpaid, it was ordered that defendant pay
that sum at once,aud upon failure to do so
that a sufficient amount of his effects be
seized to liquidate the sum, together with
the costs of the Court.
Upon the application oi Hon. W. S. Chis
holm, attorney for W. H. Cuyler. executor
of the will of Mrs. Mary Beal aud Mrs. Cloud
a certain lot and Buildings lying at the cor
ner of Bull and Broughton streets, Savannah,
at present occupied as Headquarters of the
U. 6. Police! to be put in possession of, and
collect rent for the same, it was decided that
permission be granted tor all that portion not
used by tbe military, and for that portion
compensation is due from the date of the
parties having proved their loyalty.
Upon the application of Hon. W. 8. Chis
holm, attorney for George W. Anderson, ex
ecutor of the will of W. W. Gordon, per
mission was granted him to occupy aud con
trol lot No. 6, corner of Brougfitou and
streets, and an order was given to
parties occupying the premises to vacate,
with authority to petition to repossess him
Samuel Toung vs. Samuel North, recovery
ot debt-judgment for $45 00. It was or
dered that Philip Yonge, employer of de
fendant, pay the sum for which judgment
, Thomas C. Ford vs: Moses Anderson/re
covery of debt. The defendant having failed to
appear, judgment was entered against him by
default for sl3 25, upon failure to pay which
sum he is to vacate the premises.
Dr. James M. Schley was, upon petition,
appointed guardian of Charlotte West and
Eliza Jackson, free persohs ol color, until
they arrive at the age of eighteen years.
Court adjourned until lb’ o’clock to-day.
Maximilian implicated in Blockade Run
ning.—The'New York Herald ol the Ist inst.,
Our Brownsville correspondence gives in
formation of the capture of correspondence
betweeu the rebel General J. E. Slaughter
and the Mexican imperialist, General Mejia,
Showing veyr clearly that the trade in cotton
by the rebel government was recognized by
Maximilian and his authorities, and that
about two million dollars worth ot cotton
was cairied across the Rio Grande to Mexico,
through the counivance of the Mexican au
thorities subsequent to the surrender of the
rebel General Kirby Smith.- JX official in
quiry proves the correctness of this report
our government will no doubt demand its
NEW YORK LETTER.
New York, June 29.
in the suburbs have been quite frequent late
lately. One occurred in Flushing between
firemen from that town, Jamaica, Astons
and Btooklyn. Pistols were used freely and
fifty or sixty people were injured, several of
them very badly. Another occurred be
tween drunken, soldiers and inebriated citi
zens on Staten Island, in which one person
(a Lieutenant) who was trying to stop the
melee was killed, and several wounded.
Another occurred in Brooklyn where some
rowdieß disturbed a picnic, and three per
sons were severely hurt. Still another took
place in Salem, N. where a young lady
accidently stepped on the trail of a dress
worn by a disreputable colored woman, who
knocked her down, and was , felled to the
ground herself by an indignant bystander.
This produced a seiious affray aud many
people were hurt. These affairs are disgus
ting and it is to be hoped no more of them
may disturb the serenity of our suburban
The Atlantia Cable.
It seein9 the Great Eastern does not sail
vyitli the Atlantic Cable until the sth of July;
I have from a reliable source, that in case of
success in working the Cable, the rate for
the transmission of despatches will be £2O
sterliug for twenty words, inclusive of ad
dress aud signature.
for murder was to have taken place last
Friday, and one of the papers of that day
had a four column sensational account of
how the deed was to be done, the appear
ance of tbe condemned, etc., eto. On the
night before the article appeared it was
known in the city that the criminal bad been
respited for two weeks by the Governor, but
unfortunately the writer of the article did
not hear of it. The murderer was Charles
Walters, and the victim bis mistress. The
murder was committed in November last in
a house of ill-fame in Centre street, with a
common penknife. The prisoner seemed
sincerely repentant for his crime, and has
manifested so good a character since his con
finement in the Tombs that it is even believed
that the respite is only preparatoiy to a re
A New Theatre
on the French plan has been started in this
city. It is called the “Marionette Theatre”
and is a branch of a celebrated establish
ment in Paris. Puppets are the actors, and
wires the cause of the beautiful effects they
produce. Tue stage is a miniature affair of
course. Crowds of people have attended
Mr. C*rme, the French billiard expert re
cently made at Boston the extraordinary run
of 258 points in the French game where
each shot counts but one, and only three
balls are used. At Cleveland, however, an
amateur named Britton beat the world in a
run of 7,715 poiutson a full .carom table.—
Tbe two red balls were most pf the time in
a corner. The counting only ceased when
the balls became “froze.”
the California hunter made his appearance on
Broadway the other day, clad in buckskin,
creating quite a sensation. He finally entered
an asm street chop house telling the crowd
of boys at his heels not to follow him, or “he
would eat them up whole without pepper or
salt." They left him alone in lfis glory.
An Ocgar Race.
The yachts Magic and Josephine recently
sailed, over an ocean course of thirty miles
for a stake of SI,OOO. The latter had been
built by the constructors of the Magic ex
pressly to beat her, but failed of her purpose,
for th« Magic came in first.
Seizure of Counterfeit Hones'.
The police on Monday seized at the Carson
House, in Crosby street, over fifteen thou
sand dollars in “queer” money. No arrests
were made, and no clue has yet been obtain
ed as to tbe manufacturers or owners of the
* Russian Severity to Brothers of Col.
Julian Allen.— A New York paper states
that a leUfer received by the European steam
er brings Information that two brothers ol
Colonel Julian Allen (a merchant of New
York, and an exile from Polaud,) well
knowp in Savannah, have been captured by
the Russian soldiers, one of them shot and
the other sent into Siberia. Colonel Alleu
had already taken measures to' secure a re
moval of the family to the United States, and
anticipated their arrival when the shocking
intelligence was received. He now writes
trom N. Hampshire, in the letter ofjwhicli an
extract is given below, asking the interposi
tion of the American Government. Colonel
Allen will be remembered as having assisted
in organizing several regiments for the war,
and uot long ago he took an active part in
distributing provisions in Savannah. We
copy as follows :
Portsmouth, June 26, 1865.
Mr Dear Fiuknd * *
s. Yesterday a letter reached ns from Poland,
with the information that one of my brothers
had been shot, and another, the youngest,
only 16 yeaTS, sens- to Siberia during the last
Polish revolution, in which they took part,
of course, on the side of liberty. My father
was absent on duty for the government My
mother and sisters were the only one3 at
home. Their house was burnt; they were
driven, homeless and houseless, into the
strees, barely saving their lives. * * *
May I dare to ask of the American public,
on account of past services, moral, helping
support ? Ido not need material assistance,
Only a moral one. Russia is very friendly
with the United States, and one word from
the government would deliver my poor bro
ther from a living tomb. * * *
A few words about the boys. The oldest
giaduated at the Royal College at St. Peters
burg, three years before his death, with great
honors. His name was Alexander, and he
was twenty-one years ot age when shot. The
youngest—named Michael, sixteen years,
now an exile ia Siberia, was at the Royal In
stitute at Minske, near my old home, and
was to graduate in seven months, prior to
the revolution. He was beloved by all who
Significant Hist to Maximilian.—A re
port has reached here from the coast that the
power of the United States will be represent
ed on the Rio Grande by a force of not less
than seventy thousand armed men. The re
port has gained extensive circulation and
credence among all classes and colors. On
the opposite side of the river our watchful
neighbors regard it with manifest anxiety,
and seem free to confess that it is ominous of
a threatening storm. By them the report is
discussed, both ii private and public circles,
With great earnestness aad depth.— Texas
The New Order es Things.
Circular from the Secretary of UieTrea
sury Regulating Commercial *■***-
course According to the President a
Treasury Department, \
Washington, D. C., Tuesday, June 27. >
The various rules and regulations hereto
fore prescribed by the Secretary of the Trea
sury in regard to the above named subjects,
having been rendered nugatory in whole or
in part by the changed condition ot affairs In
the Southern States, and executive orders
and proclamations, and the War Department
having resumed charge of freedmen, aban
doned lands, &c., under the provisions of the
act of Congress, approved March 3, 1865,
the following instructions as to the duties of
officers of the Treasury Department in the
premises are prescribed, and will be regarded
as in full force and effect immediately on re
ceipt thereof by any officer whose action is
in dbywi9e affected thereby:
First —All restrictions on commercial inter
course iu and with States aud parts of States
heretofore declared in insurrection, aud on
the purchase, transportation and sale ot tbe
product thereof, are removed, except as to
the transportation thereto or therein of arms,
ammunition, articles trom which ammunition
is made, gray uniforms aud gray cloth, and
except also those relating to property hereto
fore purchased by the agents, or captured by
or surrendered to the military forces of the
United States. Nor will any foes or taxes
be charged or collected except those imposed
by tbe customs and internal revenue laws.
And the supervision necessary to prevent tbe
shipment of the prohibited articles will be
exercised only by the regular and ordinary
officers of tbe customs, acting under the rev
enue laws of the United States.
Second —Subordinate officers discharging
duties in regard to commercial intercourse
under the regulations referred to, will con
sider their official connection with this De
partment terminating with the 30th instant,
without further notice.
Third —Agents for the purchase of products
of tbe insurrectionary States on government
account, will close their official business east
of the Mississippi River with the transactions
of the 13th inst., and'west of it with the
transactions of the 24th inst., returning to
sellers all property or money received or col
lected since those dates respectively, and
using such dispatch in the premises that their
connection with the Department may, if pos
ible, terminate with the 30th inst.
Fourth —Officers of this department charged
with the duty of receiving and collecting, or
having in their possession, or under the r
control, captured or abandoned or confisca
ble personal property, will dispose of tbe
same in accordance with regulations on the
subject heretofore prescribed at the earliest
time consistent with the public interest, aod
will refralu from receiving such from milita
ry or naval authorities after the 30th inst.
This will not be construed, however, as in
terfering with the operations of the agents
now engaged in receiving or collecting the
property recently captured by or surrendered
to the forces of the United States, whether
or not covered by or included in tbe records,
&c , delivered to the United States military
or treasury authorities by rebel military offi
cers or cotton agents. Those so acting will
continue to discuarge the duties thus impos
ed until such property is all received or satis
factorily accounted lor, and until the amount
is secured, is shipped or otherwise disposed
of under the regulations on the subject here
tofore prescribed; and they will use all the
means at their command with the utmost
vigor to the end that all the property so col
lected, captured or turned over shall be se
cured to the United States with the least
possible cost and delay. After the 30th inst.
the duty of receiving captured and abandon
ed property not embraced in the above ex
ception, will be discharged by the usual and
regular officers of the customs, at the several
places where they may be located, in accord
ance with the regulations relating to the sub
ject ; and officers heretofore performing that
duty will give them all the aid and informa
tion iu then- power to enable them to carry
out the same.
.Fisth —Officers of this department charged
with the care or supervision, of or having in
their possession or under their control any
abandoned or confiscable 1 lands, houses or
tenements, will turn them over to a duly au
thorized officer of the Bureau of Refugees,
Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, so far as
they may be required or demanded by,the
same, togather with all moneys, books rec
ords aud papers arising from or relating to
the property so turned over taking proper
receipts or vouchers therefor. This rule will
also govern the actions of all agents of tiffs
department connected in any way with tbe
care of Freedmen, &c\, so tar as it may be
applicable ; and all persons asking for any
information in regard to the property to be
turned over, or for the release of the same,
or lor the release of any moneys or proceeds
arising therefrom, will be referrea to the
Commissioner of Refugees, Freedmen and
Abandoned Lands, at Washington, to whom
communications on the subject should be ad
Sixth. —Officers of this department having
in their possession, or under their control,
any moneys whatever arising from fees col
lected under the commercial intercourse re
gulations, except those collected for the
benefit of freedmen, (which will be. disposed
of under section live,) or from the sales of
captured, abandoned, or confiscated proper
ty. will forthwith deposit the same with the
nearest Assistant Treasurer, designated
depositary or deposit bank, keeping
the amounts from the different sources sepa
rate, to the credit of H. A. Risley, Esq
Supervising Special Agent, &c., taxing there
for receipts, quadruplicates, which receipts
must show whence the sums were received,
one of which will be retained by the officer
so depositing, one forthwith sent to the Se
cretary ol the Treasury, one to the Coimnis
sioner of Customs, and one to Mr. Risley at
Seventh —All officers referred to, ex
cept proper officers of the customs acting
exclusively under the revenue laws will after
they have closed their official business as
above directed, and sold at auction to the
highest bidder the furniture and property re
maining on hand, and accounted for the pro
ceeds of the same, forthwith systematically
arrange the books, records, papers, &c., of
their late offices, that they may easily be re
ferred to and examined, pack them in secure
and waterproof boxes anil lorward the same,
so marked, as to iudieate their contents, to
gether with their respective resignations ad
dressed to the Secretary gs the Treasury,
Washington City. Hugh McCulloch. '
Secretary of t£e Treasury-
Sozodokt Gratifies all who nee It,
Sold by Druggists and Perfumers.
T__ poßr of savannah, july 6, isos. ~
Steamer Ametica from New York.
PASerNOSE—Mrs John Parry; Mias AMC>oley; Mr
Ferst; Mr Stmoea; S L Moae and lady; E Q Hilton and
lady; E S Riddell; J F Goodsell; D SHv„; jfcl Klrtland;
Mrs Bernard; M A Sizer and lady; J Leon; E W Ar
nold; T D Adams; KB Puller; P Gifford; CM Hamil
ton: M 8 Cohen: JH Cohen; LDoWitt; C A Stone; W
D Baientln*: H F Keldell; E Lovell; H Webb; S W
White ; O White; B V Wilson; M Isaae; J M Matter;
Joseph Purge*; H P Hogg, and 23 in steerage.
CoasiGNizs—Hiltbn A Randall, G W Porter, G M
Hcidt, H AO, S. >1 D A Cos, Savannah National Banjc, u
in a diamond, Mrs J T Perry. BarreUs A Blddel 1 , oin a
diamond, L Levo, W AC, EH Kerba A Cos, W W Lin
coln, J Nelson, FJRnckert, J C Sohiewin, S farellv,
DeWitt A Morgan, C White, J Gilliland, O A 8, Mix &
Kirtland, G O iu a diamond H I & 0 in a diamond, J M
in a dinuiond. Presdea & OrII, M Ferst & Cos, Jacob-I.ipp.
man, H in a diamond. I R S & Cos. A A Solomons A Cos. J
Masher, E Zachariah, H G U, B M Williiimson, ii a JJ,
N A Hardee. Blun & Meyer, R I. Bloomfield Sin adu,.
mOnd, GAS M Cavanaugh, A Mayer & Cos. J Spivey,
J L Maude. J Lama, Cin a diamond, JPC & Cos S W
Wntrlit, S H E, H D. R in a diamond, it Ryan. Maude &
Wright, B G T. C LG, J K l emnnd, H C in a dime .nd,
H iu a diamond. J Massnrt, D H, W Reinhardt, H Meiu.
hard. J Gilliland, Pin a diamond. A Stamm, G G" L A K,
D A S, Tliark, B Strand, W~U Stark J M iaadiamoud’
J Lippman, M D Me, H W & Cos, P & C.
Steamers Francis, from Fortress Monroe, bound to
Texas, put In uuaoawortby; Jeff Davis, Augusta; Ama
zon, do; Oneota, Hilton Head; Naval steamer Philadel
Steamers Etnllle, Hilton Head; Francis, do; Revenue
steamer Kankakee, Fernandina, Fla a tug Shephard* Hil
ton Head. *
The Stockholders In the steamboat Swan are re.
quested to meet at the office of the Home Insurance
Company, at 10 o’clock, this (Thursday; morning,
JRISH UNION SOCIEY.
A Monthly Meeting of the IriJi Union Society will
be held this evening at 8 o’clock, over the Store of Mr.
M. J. Doyle, 110 Bryan street.
PnDCtual attendance of the members is requested.
By order of
D. A. O'BYRNE, President.
J C. Duogan, Secretary. * Jy6-i
jpo RENT. 0
Two large and airy Sleeping Rooms, unfurnished.—
Ala*,two good Attic Rooms. The rooms have Gas ind
Water. Bath room, Ac., In complete order,. Also,
will board a few gentlemen of respectability.
Apply at this office. jyo 1
The fine packet schooner G. W. ORICE, Lewis mas
ter, will have quick despatch for the above poil
For freight apply to
Jy6-tf BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.,
UNITED BTATE3 CUSTOM HOUSE,)
Savannah, July 6,1605. >
The keys of the money safes,the Scales and Weights,
and other valuables are missing iron this building.—
Any person having knowledge of the aforesaid arti
cles will please give Information to the undersigned,
and.those having them In possession will plane letum
jpG ts .■ - Collector.
jjNDERWRITER’S SALE "
Will sell this day at 10 o’clock, in front of kls Store,
7 bales Upland Cotton,
Damaged on the voyage f. om Augusta to this city on
board flat boat towed hy steamer Leesburg, and sold
for account of the Underwriters and. till concerned.
Terms cash. jy
'J'HE NEW SKIRT FOR 1660. "
«• “BRADLEY’S DUPLEX ELLIPTIC.”
A wonderful Invention for ladtss. Unquestionably
superior to all others.
Don’t fail to read the advertisement In the Savannah
Herald containing full particulars every Saturday
moving- jyC <Staw3m
QARHART, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS an® WHOLESALE PEATrFR*
ready made Clothing,
331 and 383 Bboadway. cok. Worth Sibiet,
F. Carhasx, l Hmar Shafrr,
vVm. IL Whitfoht*, | A. T. Hamilton,
J. B. Ya* Waoeniw.
Office of Payan & Carbart la liquidation.
sixty bales hay.
Landing from Steamship America. For sale by
Jy6-tf BKIGHHM, BALDWIN £ CO,
Consignees per steamer America are hereby notified
to receive their good* now landing at Central Prtsa
Freight payable on the wharf before the delivery of
, BRIGHAM. BALDWIN & CO.,
HKADQ’ks post of savannah,
_ „ SavalNn'ah, Ua.. July 5,1W5.
.GEN-REAL OSDEB3, I
No. 6. /
L Hereafter any person found within the limits of
this command with the nniform of U. S. soldiers, who
are not legal soidiere of the army or navy, will be im
H. All officers’ servants will be provided.with pro
per papers, approved by Regimental Commanders, to
Identity them as such,
111. Any person found guilty of purchasing U.'S.
clothing from soldiers will be 'immediately arrested
and held for trial before the Provost Court.
The Provost Marshal and Chief of Police are gives
the execution of this order.
By command of
Bvt. Brig. Gen. E. P. DAVIS.
Jmo. Mn-LEB, A. A A. G. fy<i-7
~UKaP£'KS DISTRICT SAVANNaH,
.Savanuuh, Ga., July ii, I&J6.
No. 46. J
Until further orders Major J. B. Babcock, 102d> T .
Y. Vols., will perform the dutiesof AssistamAdjuumt
General at these Headquarters,
lie will be obeyed aud respected accordingly
By command of
Brevet Major General DIRGE.
Rort. F, Wilkinson, Major aud A A. A. G
James H. Falconer, late Thomas Dixon, Dealer In
Foreign Exchange, has removed to 4S* William, be- •
tween Wail and Fine streets. New York.
Bills on the Royal Bank of Liverpool in sums to salt