LOCAL !H it TTER S.
*, Large Dhv Goods Sale. —Messrs. L. C.
Nor veil & Cos., offer a rare opportunity to the
%ade in the closing out sale of their im
mense stock of summer goods.
■ Georgia Medical Society.— -We call the
attention of the members of this Society to
in official notice of an important meeting,
obe held this eVeniug. It is published in
>ur advertising columns.
Liquors, Ales, Ac.—Mr. Janies Leavy ad
vertises an extensive stock of ales, liqubrs,
fcc., in our columns to-day. He is connect
ed with a large firm at the North, through
which he has superior facilities for furnishing
good articles at low rates.
Vagrancy. —lt will be seen by the General
Order, published this morning, that loitering
and idling about the market and other pub
lic places : is not to be tolerated longer by the
authorities. Persons found engaged in this
popular occupation are to be»set to work for
the benefit of the Government.
Savannah Theatre. —Crowded houses still
await the rising of the curtain nightly at
Sweatnam's excellent entertainments. Mr.
Daniel Sweatnam, a brother of Mr. W. P.
Sweatnam, arrived on the “Chase” and will
undoubtedly add materially to efficiency of
this excellent Company.
Further Departure of Volunteers to
their Homes. —Yesterday afternoon the
steamer Emilie, Capt. Bender, conveyed to
Hilton, Head e» route for home, 125 men of
the 12th and 14th Maine, Regiments of Vol
unteers. The detachment is in command of
Capt. J. H. Waters, 103rd U. S. C. T.
The Steamer U. S. Grant. —This favorite
passenger steamer, plying between Hilton
Head and Savannah, is now perfectly fitted
for the line, having been thoroughly Joveir
hauled and repainted. A splendid new awn
ing has also been furnished, the steamer.
Capt. Briggs by his kind attention to all has
won hosts of friends.
Laurel Grove Cemetery. —We are pleas
ed to notice that Captain Albert Steartls,
Street Commissioner, has enclosed the above
named cemetery with a neat rail fence. The
previous enclosure was destroyed, but the
present one being of substantial materials
will last several years. All who have lots in
this cemetery can now have them cleared
and put in good order. It is to be hoped that
we shall see this “City of the Dead,” the
resting place of loved ones, beautified and re
stored to its former condition.
Street-Sprinkling. Carts. —The mer
chants on Bay and other streets which are
often swept for the purpose of keeping them
clean, would, undoubtedly, much prefer that
the streets be sprinkled prior to the debris
being removed. The carts with large hogs
heads and with sprinklers attached, could,
in about two hours, have the earth sufficient -
ly moistened so that when the sweepers com
mence operations clouds of dust would not
rise, filling the stoics often times, to the in
jury of goods exposed Again, the nostrils
and eyes of the pedestrians would nqj be as
sailed with this samejdust. The sprinkling
should be done twice per day, and as we
have a plenty of water supplied by our ex
cellent system of water works, there is no
reason why this suggestion should not be
Presentation to Capt. Amt.gr Stearns. —
The people of Savannah, since its occupa
tion, have not had, in the exercise of duty, a
more worthy officer than Capt. AlberlSlearus,
late Street Commissioner.
When placed by the Government of the
United States in the office of which he is
about to be relieved by Capt. Warren H.
Boynton, of the 30th Maine Volunteers, he
found the City of Savannah in a condition
that called for immediate and vigorous Sani-.
tary measures for the preservation of the
lives of the United States troops and of the
citizens. Capt. Stearns having made a strict
inspection of all the streets, lanes and su
burbs of the City, found it necessary to em
ploy, in this Department, citizens who felt an
interest in Savannah and its future welfare.
By the prompt and unceasing efforts of this
official and his employees, the filthy streets,
lanes and suburbs were,in sixty days, placed
in a perfectly healthy condition.
Capt. Albert Stearus was, for many years,
connected with the Police of Brooklyn, New
York, and, as au experienced officer,he knew
and fulfilled well his duty.
f * Saturday afternoon last Mr. C. A. Magill,
Chief Clerk of the Street Department of Sa
vannah, in the belialt of.its operatives, pre
sented Capt. Stearns* with a beautiful Meer
schaum pipe. The pipe is of tasteful and
costly make. The bowl is encircled with a
gold band, which bears the inscription,
“Captain Albert Stearns, from his Employ
• ee9,. Savannah, Georgia." Captain Stearns
when presented with this memorial by Mr.
Magill, was completely taken by surprise.
Although the attack on our worthy Street
Commissioner for a lime nonplussed him, he
soon rallied and responded in expressions of
hearty appreciation. An interchange of con
gratulations and good wishes appropriately
followed. The thanks of the citizens follow
Captain Stearns in htf retirement from this
District Provost Court—Hon. Eben Par
sons Jr., Judge, Presiding.
Savannah, July iOtb, 186">.
Hestlier Rebecca, (colored.) vs. Mrs. Jo
sephine Middleton—recovery of wages.
Judgment ih favor of plaintiff for fifteen cents.
Wm. Starr vs. Luke McGuire, recov
ery—of debt. Judgment* for plaintiff in
the sum of thirty three dollars and costs. 1
Counsel for plaintiff. Hon. D. A. O’Byrne
for defendant M. J. Ford, Esqr.
Mrs. Mundorff vs. Frederick W. Mundorf
using abusive and tbreatning language
Case amicably settled by conseut of Court
Counsel for plaintiff, Geo. J. Turner, Esqr
Porter Boyden vs. Capt. J L Camron—
recovery of wages. Case dismissed by order
t l hc Ju S ' * of Am erica vs Henry (olored)
John Dtily prosecutor. The defendant' is
hereby relieved from the imputation of lar
ceny, and the case sent to Provost Court for
prosecution of proper defendant.
Richard Howard (colored; vs. Patrick
Smith—- recovery of a yawl boat, it appear
mg to the Court that the boat claimed is the
property of a third party, and placed in r the
eharge of defendant for safe keeping. It was
ordeted that defendant retain the same in
Henry C. Mehrtens vs. Mrs. Anna Horn
recovery of premises and claims for rent
f : 36- I* appearing to the court that the
deferraant is indebted to the plaintiff in the
9um of thirty six dollars for rent to the 13th
June, 1605, and has failed to pay, and still
refuses to do so, and it further appearing to
the court that a notice to vacate the premises
within thirty’' days was served upon the de
fendant _ou the Bth day of June, 1865, the
notice* having been issued from the 2nd Pro
vost Court, which was still disregarded, it
was ordered that defendant have judgment
entered up against her by default, and that
she pay the amount of the liability within
ten days, and vacate the house now occupied
by her at the expiration of that time- The
Provost Marshal is to see to the execution of
this order. •
Upon the application of Hon. W. S. Chis
olm, Attorney for Mrs. W. V. Stiles, which
shows that permission was granted her on
the 16tli of May, by Hon. M. Benedict, Pro
vost Judge to collect her rents on property
situate in the city of Savannah, amongst
which is Lot letter D, with improvements,
west side of Falun street, occupied as a Pub
lic School, for which she has been unable tou
collect rent, the following decision was
given: If the property is used for a Public
School, the petitioner should be compensated
therefore from the Post Civil Fund.
United States vs. James McGee—Keeping
a disorderly house, violating the public peace
and drunkenness. Plea not guilty; verdict,
guilty. Ordered that the prisoner be con
fined in the county jail fifteen days. J. R.
Hover, prosecutor for the United States;
counsel for defendant, Hon. P. M. Russell.
United States vs. Adam Seabrook, charged
with beating bis wife. Plea, not guilty; ver
dict guilty. Fined $lO, or ten days’ im
prisonment. Charles D. Knight, prosecutor
for United States.
United States vs. Sarah Hayne (colored),
charged with attempt to steal. Plea, not
guilty;, verdict, guilty. Ordered that the
prisoner be placed in jail fifteen days.
United States vs. H. S. Woodbridge,
charged with assault and batter}-. Ordered
that the accused be discharged from cus
United States vs» John Vosburg—Bur
glary. Plea, not guilty; verdict, guilty.
Ordered that the defendant be placed iu con
finement, thirty days.
United States vs. Henry (colored), charged
with stealing a mule, the property of John
Dale. Ordered that the defendant be con
fined in jail for six months. Counsel for the
United States, M. J. Ford, Esq. _
Post Provost Court —Capt. Jas. E. Smith,
Judge Presiding- —Savannah, July 10, 1865.
United States vs. Larkin King and George
Houston (colored)—charged with selling li
quors to enlisted men of the United States
army, contrary to General Order No 37,
Headquarters U. S. Forces, Savannah, Ga.,
Muy 22. 1865. George Houston plead guilty,
and in Larkin King's case there was a judg
ment ot guilty. Ordered that the property
of Larkin King, his stock iu trade, be confis
cated for the benefit of the United States
Government, with the proviso that his neces
sary clothing may be allowed him; also,'
that he be sent out of the District not to re
turn. Counsel for the United States, Hon-
P. M. Russell; for tpe prosecution, Captain
United States vs. Mrs. Jane Farrelly-—sell
ing liquor without license. Case postponed
to 11th inst.
United States vs. Mrs. Kate Williams—
charged with having a distillery in her pos
session for the manufacture of liquors. Case
postponed to 11th inst.
United States vs. Lotty Williams, Anna
Holmes, Alice Green, Mary Nichols, Mary
Lanshire (all colored) —charged with being a
common uuisauce; disorderly conduct in the
streets; and disobeying orders of the U. S.
Policeman. Plea, not guilty; judgment,
guilty. Ordered that the prisoners be fined
in the sum of fifteen dollars each. In default
of payment of said fine they be imprisoned
in the county jail for fifteen days. Prosecu
tor lor United States, J. R. Hover. i~
U. S. vs. Jack Oaden, Henry Hall, Wash
ington Winn, Enoch Beasley, Albert Vjftlsdn,
(all colored), charged with wearing the Uni
form of a U. S. Soldier, contrary to ‘General
Orders No. 6. Head Quarters Post of Savan
nah, July sth, 1865. Plea not guilty. Or
dered that the prisoners be discharged from
custody in consequence of their ignorance of
said oiders, with orders ro have said clothing
which they now wear, which is acknowledged
as a uniform of the U. S., immediately ta
ken off with instructions for all others viola
ting said order,, as the court directs. Coun
sel for defence, Hon. P. M. Russell and* Geo.
pJltFoFSavannah, j u lY 10, isooT
Pioneer Line Steamship Chase, Rodgers, from New
Yora, to Hunter & Gammell.
Passengers —H 0 Dudley, W E Montague, James E
Jackson, M Hess F R Huger, W Wolf, J ticholberg, N
Kahrs, H GArdner, M S Meyer, L Gardner. Mrs Mosher,
E Jones, Mr Blaukinseed, J K Milnor, W W Keene, C
M Keene, Mrs Bennett. P McEUigott, A J Read, Dr
Sweetman, Mrs Lind, child & infant, R Phillips, John
Roach, Mr Walker, Ji E Ropes, Mr Craig. Mrs L Allen
A child. Mrs A Miss Morfarty, ard others in steerage.
\ Consignees—Per Steamship Chase, from N. York.—
Brigham A Baldwin, G F Bowe & Cos, Colby A Cos, E L,
Duncan & Johnson, Dennis Si Vail, Stephen Farley, G
& J Gardner, S Gardner, E Gray, Herschkind A Ad
ler, S N Gragg, Garden A Uncles, Hunter * Gammell,
N A Hardee, Hilton A Randall, Halsey, W atson & Cos,
Kahrs <fc Bro, G, Hurling, Lovell & Lattimore, A Leff
ler, J Lama, j Lippnfan, S M Lederer, J Mosher A Cos,
MS Myers, John McMahon, Mrs H N Perse, Presdee
& Ors, Jas Porter, H Q Rome & Cos, J Reiuhart, Stuart
* B Stark, J L yillalonga, A A Solomons &Cos,
Dr , W ** Walsh, W Wolf, Weed* Cornwell, A Wubur,
Adams Express Cos, HU Ruge, E Padelford, P J Bul
ger, B G Tilden. J R Seally, B Strauss, L C Norvell, B
A K, O Fallon & Cos.
Steamer Achiiles, Clifford, Hilton. Head
Steamer Emilie, Bender, Hilton Head.
PULASKI HOUSE, JULY 10.
FC Martin, U S A, |Lt Col H D Woodruff. N Y
M Blanc ltenaee. Phila, |Geo W Fairfield, NY,
J KUillner, Danville, Va, C W Znlee, Fla.
W W Keen, do i Mrs D L Znlee A 3 children
C B Keen. do C N Norwood, New Haven
W E Montaeue.Springiield W F Noble. do ’
Wm Wolf New York, G A Shallenberger. U S A.
W Knbas do G B M Town, ITS N,
H C Dudley, do Capt M L Rogers, sir Chase
J Moslin Aiignsto, Wm Phillips, do
A Reppard. Ware co, Ga, Geo Henry, do
J MeQuade. do Wm H Slaob, do
By two gentlemen, in the house of a private family,
iu the upper part of the city, a well furnished sitting
room ana two bedrooms.
Apply to W. M., Herald office. • jyß-3
JDOARD WANTED.' ~~~
First-class Board in a,private iamily, where there are
no other Boarders. Price no object. *
. Address WATSON, Herald office jyT-lw
MULES OR DRAFT HORSES AND WAGONS
ENGINEER’S OFFICE, A. A G. R R ,)
Savannah, June 2», 1865. j
Persons having Mnles or Draft Horses and Wagons
for sale or hire will please call at this office.
, J. T. STONE,
- Chief Engineer.
Office in Stoddard’s Bnilding, up-ataira opposite the
Post Office. ju3o ts
THE ADAMS’ EPXRESS COMPANY,
Os this city, are now prepared to receive and ship
Freight and Money to Augusta, Macon, Atlanta, and
all intermediate points. Also, to all points North,
East and West.
Office Corner Bay and Drayton Streets.
E. P. TUNISON,
_^Jy 4 Agent.
HEADQ’RS DEP’T OF THE SOUTH,
Hilton Heap, S. C„ June 28, 1665.
General Order, )
No. 104. /
The following regulations concerning Militarv
Courts are re-pnblished from the General Orders o‘s
the War Department, and ol' this Department, with
additions and modifications. Ail parts of Department
Orders inconsistent herewith are revoked.
I. “Where a post or district command is composed
of mixed troops, equivalent to a brigade, the Com
manding Officer of the Department or Army will desig
nate it in orders as ‘a separate brigade, ’ and a copy
of such order will accompany the proceedings of any
General Conrt Martial convened by such brigade com
mander. Without such authority, commanders of
posts and districts having no brigade organisation
will not convene General Courts Martial," (General
Orders No. 251, A. G. 0., Series 1864.}
11. No one in the Department save the Command
ing General, can appoint General Courts Martial or
Military Commis>ions, except the Commander of a Di
vision or a separate Brigade, aud the order appoint
ing the court mnst be dated “Headquarters Division,"
or “Headquarters, Separate Brigade," as the case muy
111. “All communications pertaining to questions
of military justice, or the proceedings of military
courts and commissions throughout the Armies of the
United States, mnst be addressed to the Judge Advo
cate General; and commanding officers are enjoined
to forward promptly to the Bureau of Military Justice
all proceedings of Courts Martial, Military Commis
sions, aud Courts of Inquiry, together with the orders
promulgating decision thereon. Judge Advocates will
be held responsible for the prompt execution of this
paragraph, and they are required to forward to the
Judge Advocate General, at the end of each month, a
list of all cases trid and to be tried within their juris
diction,” fGen. Orders No. 270, A. G. 0., Series 1864.)
IV. To carry out the foregoing paragraph, all offi
cers within the Department ant Prized to appoint
Courts Martial, Military Commissions or Courts of lii-
S, will on the 27th of each month, send to the*
e Advocate of the Department, two reports. In
the first reportthey will state the name and rank of
all persons tried during the month before Courts or
Commissions appointed by them, with the nature of
the charges, and also whether the proceedings in each
case have been (1) approved, (2) published, aud (3)
forwarded by them, and if not, the reason why. In
the second rejmrt, they will state the names and rank
of all persons against whom charges have been pre
ferred, bnt who remain untried at the date ol the re
port, with the nature of the charges and also whether
each case has been sent to a Court or Commission for
trial, and if not, the reason why, (Circular No. 14. D.
S., Series 1604.]
V. "Whenever fines are imposed by sentence of
General Court Martial, or Military Commission, upon
oilicers or citizens, the Judge Advocate of the Court or
Commission will make a special report oi the fact to
the Adjutant General, giving a copy of the sentence in
the case. The officer who confirms a sentence impo
sing a fine will transmit to the Adjutant Genera! a
special report ihereof, together with a cony of the or
der promulgating the proceedings," (Gen. Orders No
258, Par. X. A, G. 0., Series 1504.]
VI. The tines wi'l be paid to the Chief Officer of the
Quartermaster’s Department at the place where the
prisoner may be, and no other person is authorized to
receive them. Such fines must not be applied to any
purpose, but the officer receiving them will forthwith
remit the amounts to the Adjutant Gfcneral of the
Army, at Washington, with the names of prisoners
who paid them, and the number of the order promul
gating the proceedings, (Gen, Orders No. 258, Par 11,
A. G. O , Series ISC4.)
p»VlI. To avoid delay arising from the absence of
Brigadier General L. ThcnEadr checks forwarded, on
account of fines under the above paragraph, will be
made payable to 1 the Adjutant General U. S. Army,
or order,” without inserting the name. (See Circular
A. G. 0., dated Nov 19,1864 )
Will. *Jn all cases where fines are imposed by sen
tence of General Court Martial or Military Commis
sions, a provision should be added to the sentence,
that the prisoner shall be confined until the fine is
paid. A limit may be fixed to the period of such con
finement." (Gen, Orders No. Cl, A. G. O. Par I, c. s ]
IX. “In case the provision hus been omitted from
the sentence, that a prisoner shall be confined until
the fine is paid, a special report will be made to the
Adjutant General of his failure to make payment, and
he will not be released without orders from the War
Department, except on payment of the fine.” (Gen.
Orders No. Cl, A. G. O, Par. 11, c. s.)
X. “Stoppages of pay against officers or enlisted
men are not ‘fines" in the sense of this •Order." (Gen
Orders No. CL Far. 111, A. G. 0.. c. s )
XI. In a case requiring the confirmation of the Gen
eral Commanding the Department, the officer order
ing the court or his successor, will not merely forward
the record, but will formally act upon the case, and
express his approval or disapproval upon the record.—
(See Digest oi opiniou of Judge Advocate General, D
XII. All records of Military Courts will be transmit
ted to the Judge Advocate General, through these
Headquarters, and m no case will be sent to Washing
XIII- W hen several cases are published in the same
General Order, the record in each separate case will
be accompanied by a copy of that order, or so muMi
thereof gs relates to the particular ca!<e: and when
the court is ordered from the Headquarters of a Sep.
arate Brigade, each efise will be accompanied by an
official copy of that Paragraph df General Orders
which organizes the Separate Brigade. •
XIV. Officerseta powered to appoint courts are ear.
nestly enjoined to bring ail accused persons to a
speedy trial, and to publish and execute promptly, the
sentences of the courts. A delay of justice is often as
detrimental to the public service as its total denial
By command of
... r v, o Major Gener,<l Q- A. GILLMORE.
Vi ■ L. M. buboes, Assistant Adjutant General.
r. F. Wilkinson, Major and A. A. A. Gen.
HEADQ’RS DEPT OF THE SJUXH, I
Hilton Hkm>, a. C„ July 2, 1865. f
General Orders, ) *
'No. 107. j '
Commander? Who have lost Muster-in-Rolls should
make application through the Commissary of Musters
by telegraph to the Adjutant General’s Office.
By Command of
Major General Q. A. GILLMORE.
M\ "L. M. Burger, Ass’t Adj’t Gen.
R. F. Wilkinson, Major and A, A. A. Gen.
FOR NEW YORK.
The Steamer CHASE, Rogers, Commander, will
sail on her regular day,
THURSDAY, JULY 13th,
For the above port, at 12>i o’clock p. m. For Freight
or Passage apply to
JHie Steamboat HELEN will leave her wharf on
TUEiDAY at 6 P. M., July 11th, 1865, for Augusta.
For Freight or Passage apply to
, KEIN A CO..
jy lo 114 Bay at., opposite Post Office.
jyjERCHANTS' LINE SAILING VESSELS
REGULAR WEEKLY LINE OF CLIPPER SCHOON.
The undersigned intend to keep up a regular week
ly line of 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 given
to forwarding goods from New York.
CHARLES L. COLBY A CO.,
julS cor. Bay and Akfcreoru streets.
STEAMER FOR SALE.
SIDE-WHEEL, HIGH PRESSURE RIVER
Drawing 22 inches of water. Hall 155 feet long; 26
feet Beam: 6 feet 6 inches depth of hold; has two in
clined Engines. 20 inches diameter of cylinder, 0 feet
stroke. Also, a Doukey Steam Pump. The lower
deck is clear for freight, and the passenger accommo
dation is above. She is well adapted tor trad eon a
shoal water river. Is entirely new, well and substan
tially built, and will be sold at a bargain. Apply to
PUSEY, JONES & CO.,
Iron Steamboat Building, Wilmington, Delaware.
SAVANNAH NATIONAL BANK ~
PREPARED FOR BUSINESS,
l AT THE
BANKING HOUSE, IN THE EXCHANGE
Deposits and Paper for Collection received.
Bills on Northern Cities purchased.
Checks on NCw York furnished.
L. C. NORVELL
L. C. Norvrll, I Francis Sorrkm.,
Norle A. Hardee, I J. W. Lathrop,
* Robert Erwin.
HENRY S. FITCH,
A Notary and Solicitor.
Savannah, 25th June, 1865.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT,* 1
Office of Comptroller of the Cuekenot, >
Washington, June 10th, 1865. j
Whereas, By satisfactory evidence presented to the
undersigned, it has been made to appear that “The
Savannah Nation„i. Bank," in the City of Savannah,
in the County of Chatham, and State of Georgia, has
been duly organized under ar.d <u cording to the re
quirements of the Act of Congress entitled “ Au Aft
to provide a National Currency, secured by a pledge of
United States bonds, and to provide for the circulation
and redemption thereof," approved June 3, 1864, und
has complied with all the provisions of said Act re
quired to be complied with before commencing the
business of Bunking under said Act:
Now, therefore, L Freeman Clarke, Comptroller of
the Currency, do hereby certify that “Tuj: Savannah
National Bank," iu the City of Savannah, in the
County of Chatham, and State of Georgia, is author
ized to commence the business of Banking under the
In testimony whereof, witness my hand and seal of
office, this 10th day of June, 1865.
[No. 1255.] Comptroller of the Currency.
TyiRGINIA TOBACCO AGENCY.
GEORGE R. CRUMP & CO.,
209 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Have on hand a large and well selected stock of
Manufactured and Smoking Tobacco.
Samples sent by Express when desired. 3m jn2o
PERKINS A CO.
No. 65 Broajd Street,
JORLIN, BURKE, A BRO.,
ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
Corner Whitaker Street and Bat Lane,
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED AND DELIVERED.
PRATT A CO.,
(Establishei* in 1770.)
Manufacturers, Importers and Wholesale Dealers
. ZINC WHITE,
OILS AND VARNISHES,
ARTISTS’ AND PAINTERS’ MATERIALS,
PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS,
Nos. 10C aqd I®® Fulton St.,
ju22 lm NEW YORK.
L. COLBY AGO.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND F&RWARDING
JONES BLOCK, CORNER HAT AND ABERCORN STREETS,
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES
Made on Consignments to the firm of Chas. L. Colby,
of New York, or to our friends in Boston.
MAUDE A WRIGHT, Agents st Augusts, G».
Messrs. Dabney, Morgan A Cos!, New York.
Jarivs Slade, Esq., New York-
Hon. J. Wiley Edmanfip, Boston.
Gardner Colby, Esq., Boston. je!B—tf
SWEATNAM HAS REMOVED.
W. P. ‘Bwxvtnax Sole Lessee and Manager
M*. Phil Milton Stage Manager
M. Feeberthyseb Musical Direct©
TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 11, 1866.
The Oclebrated Drama of
Or. The Little Devil's Shaee.
La Belle Louise -as . The Little Devil,
Supported by the Full Strength of the Company.
The usual variety of * ,
*SONGS, DANCES, MUSIC AND OLIO.
The Roaring Farce of
THE BOY THAT NEVER SAW A WOMAN.
Caras of Admission 75c.
Orchestra Seats $1 00
Colored Boxes (up-stairs; 7Gc.
Doors open at 7%. Overture begins at .
* Speoial Notice. —Ales, Wines, Tobacco, Ac., may
be obtained at the Refreshment Saloon, adjoining the
Hall, day and night. jy 10-1
POSTPONE M« NT.
When the appointment was made for Doesticks to
deliver his Lecture on Saturday Evening, July 6th, the
fact had not yet been made public that this evening
hod been selected tor the Benefit at the Theatre of
Vliss Florence La Fond. Courtesy to that lady ha* in
duced a postponement of
SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 15, 1366.
SOLDIERS’ CHAPEL, HILTON HEAD.
V * 1
(Congress at., between Jefferson and Montgomery sta.,j
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON.
PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHT,
* BT TUB
Prof. E. Richter, Leader,
SW Refreshments of the beat quality and in every
variety. lmo jylO
~* ' •' HUHg-Hl! a—JIAJI -L.
I have the best Clams at Hilton Head, and the beat
Cooks, in proof of which statement I adduce the fol
lowing testimony from Mr. Beni. Honey’s advertise
ment in the Savannah Daily Herald, of the last or
“There is no man in Port Royal that can serve np
Clams In every style better than Mr. Fitzgerald, at the
Eagle Saloon, in rear of the Post Office.
“Tiif.se is Where the Laugh Cokes In."
My dffifr Ben we wish you a long life and a merry
In addition to the above luxury, we furnish as good
a meal as ran be obtained at Hilton Head, or any
other place in this Department.
GIVE US A CALL,
And we feel confident that you will leave our estab
lishment satisfied that whatever we advertise you
will find to be correct.
Do nut lorgetoarold established house, in the rear
JMPORTBD AND DOMESTIC
AT WHOLESALE, FOR FAMILY O 8 E.jj
AT 207 BAY STREET.
ISRAEL R. SEALY A CO.
OEQAL NOTICE. *
The undersigned haring resumed the practice of his
profession, may be fonnd at his old office, next door
t«*he Central Railroad Bank.
Jyß-lw THOS. E. LLOYD,
■yy' B. GRIFFIN A CO.
W. B. Gbiffin, J. C. MnxNEB, F. Plume.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will give prompt attention to all consignments and
make liberal advance* when desired. ju26-lm
HPO SHIPPERS OF COTTON AND OTHER
X SOUTHERN PRODUCE.
FENNER, BENNETT A BOWMAN,
Successors to Hotchkiss, Fenner A Bennett.
No. 40 Vesey Btrrbt, i.kw York.
And Memphis, Tenn.
Thomas Fenner, Henry Bennett, D. W. Bowman.
H AI •
SIXTY BALES HAY,
Landing from Steamship America. For isle by
Jye-tf BRIGHHM, BALDWIN 4 CO,
QARHART, WHITFORD A~Ca, **
MANUFACTURERS and WHOLESALE DEALERS
331 AND 333 Steket,
T. F. CABirAET, | Henbi Shafer,
Wm. H. Whitfobd, j A. T. Hamilton,
J. B. Van Waoenen.
Office of Payan 4 Carhart in liquidation.
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STEELE A BURBANK,
11 Merchants’ Row,
Hilton Head, 8. C.
Cal) the attention of Wholesale and Retail purchasers
to their superior stock of
MILITARY AND NAVAL CLOTHING
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, and Plated
Ware, Swords, Sashes, Belts, Embroideries, Boots, Caps
Field Glasses. Gauntlets loves, Ac., Ac., Ac.
UKADQ’KS POST OP SAVANNAH,
Savannah, Ga., July a, 1866.
General Orders, )
No. 6. f
L Hereafter any person found within the limits of
this command with the uniform of U. S". soldiers, who
are not legal soidiera of the army or navy, will be Im
11. All officers’ servants will be provided with pro
per papers, approved oy Regimental Commanders, to
identity them asauch,
IH. Any person found guilty" of purchasing U. S.
clothing from soldiers will be immediately arrested
held for trial before the Provost Court.
The Provost Marshal and Chief of Police are given
the execution of this order.
By command of
, BvL Brig. Gen. E. Pi DAVIS.
Jao. Muller, A. A, A. G. jjQ X