L 0 CAL MATTERS.
THE SHOWER YESTERDAY.
Heavy Thunder and Vivid Lightning
The S<tlp Caravan and the Marine Bank
Struck by Lightning—Soldier of the
4Sth lowa killed.
After nearly a week of most intense heat,
which, a portion of' the time, was almost
melting by day and suffocating by night, oiy
city was yesterday visited by a most refresh
ing shower, which cooled the air most agree
ably, laid the dust, moistened the gardens in
the suburbs, and was in all respects most
welcome. The shower had been expected
for some days by all who rely on barom
etrical indications, but all symptoms of any
thing like a satisfactory fall of rain have
heretofore proved deceptive. It commenced
sprinkling at about noon, and after fitful
seasons of moisture the descent of rain com
menced in earnest between three and four
The shower was accompanied by very vi
vid lightning and heavy peals of thunder.
We give below an account of the accidents
which occurred, gleaned by our local re
At the time the Marine Bank, whifch is
very near the Herald office, was struck, it
had ceased raining, and the snnwas shining
brightly. The flash came apparently, to
those who could not see the heavy black
cloud which immediately overhung the build
ing, out of the clear sky, and to such it was
tor a time a most startliug phenomena.
It is thought the shower extended over a
large section of the country surrounding Sa
vannah, where rain was much needed.
THE MARINE BANK STRUCK.
The lightning rod on the Northwest angle
of the Marine Bank, corner Bryan and Con
gress streets was struck, about half past one
o’clock. The fluid passed down the rod and
the only injury sustained to the building was
the knocking off of a few inches of the water
tablff of the brick work. The rods on the
Marine Bank, four in number, are of Spratt’s
patent, and the rod struck has a point of sil
vered steel with three needles of silver, the
whole fitted into a brass cap. From exami
nations made, it appears that the hook which
holds the glass insulator was lost, the rod
touched the water table and the fluid there
fore came in contact with the building.
Within one foot of the rod is a large iron
railing, but the electricity seems not to have
communicated with it.
ACCIDENT TO THE SHIP CARAVAN.
About half past three o’clock, this vessel
lying at the Central Cotton Press, was struck
by the lightning. The Bolt struck the main
royal mast head, carrying away the ball and
splintering the' mast. No further damage
THE CAMPS—-SOLDIER KILLED.
, A soldier of the 48th lowa Regiment, sta
tioned on the suburbs of the city, was killed
about four o’clock, by the lightning. De
ceased was sitting in his tent when struck.
The lightning struck in the vicinity of several
oth|r camps, but no one else was injured.
Last evening about eight o’clock a quantity
of lime, stored in Harding's Press, Eastern
Wharves, by the rain coming in contact with
it, w'as discovered to have caught fire. By
the prompt arrival of the Washington Fire
Company No. 9, the flames were extin
SECOND ALARM OF FIRE.
About fifteen minutes before ten o’clock,
after the firemen had retired from Har
ding’s Press, having as it was thought,
extinguished the fire which was in
the Eastern shed, it again burst out.
When our reporter reached the Press the
southern half of the lot of lime, about 1200
barrels, was burning in many places, threat
ening a destructive tire. Lieut. Knowlton. A*
A.Q. M. and Mr. Thos. Gleason, with the
laborers of Lieut- Kno wlton’s departments,
were working industriously to save the pro
perty. They were assisted by Mr. Paul
Bulger, Foreman of the Machine shops, and
: its mechanics and laborers, the officers and
crews of the Trade, Emily Myers and the
Titania, vessels lying at the Eastern wharves.
The lime is the property of Messrs. Brigham,
Baldwin & Go. and is not insured. Captain
Latham, who had also stored in the shed,
over 100,000 cane reeds, will also be a se
vere loser, his goods being badly damaged
by removal, the engines and hose carriages
passing over - them. When our reporter left
the scene of the conflagration the firemen
audflieir assistants had full control over the
fire, and the lime not injured was being re
moved from the shed and the flames well
confined to the interior of the shed in which
it originated, and which itself has not sus
tained any injury.
One large itres on Johnson Square was
considerably damaged by the wind during
the sfeower, and several were blown down
in other Squares. A few blinds were also
blown off buildings, and there were some
other slight instances of damage.
Anneal Exhibition of the Pupils of the
Sisters of Mercy. -r-This very interesting ex
hibition takes place this afternoon at three
o'clock at St. Andrew’s Hall. Thei|worthi
ness of the object of the exhibition —the bene
fit of the Orphans under the charge of the
Sistes, —and the interesting character of the
exercises should attract a full audience.
Wash*gton Fire 00.. No. 9.—This Com
pany, who had their engine and hose cart
working for a long time at the first fire last
evening, prior to assistance being rendered
them, and who bad the flames under control,
are deserving ot thauks. We regret to learn
thatAheir engine, “ Live Oak, ” sustained a
grelr injury by having one of the plungers
of the pumps smashed. The necessary re
pairs will be immediately made to the en
gine. In the meantime, the Washingtonians
will keep ready for all emergencies their hose
Vagrancy.— The recent order issued for
the suppression of vagrancy is working ad
mirably. No loafiDg is permitted either in
the market or on the wharves. Every one
caught loitering or idling is escorted to the
calaboose and is accomodated with quarters,
and when introduced to Judge Smith, he rids
the community of their further presence.
Mr. James Leavy’s Card, in another col
umn, deserves attention. He is a courteous
obliging gentleman, and has a large stock of
ales, wines, and liquors from a good market,
at No. 6, Stoddard’s Building. His prices
have onlv the freight added to New York
rates. - /
Robbery.— On Tuesday night last the store
of Messrs. R. Habersham & Sons, Bay street,
was entered and robbed of goods to the value
ot several hundred noil ars. ,
Pilo ts for the Altamaba will find an ad
vertisement interesting them in another
Post Provost Court—Capt. Jas. E. Smith,
Judge .Presiding.— Savannah. July 14, 1865.
United States vs. Thos. C. Ford, continu
ed from 13th inst. Judgment—guilty on
charges of drunkeness, abusing his family,
loading a gun and threatening to shoot any
one who acme near him, and using abusive
language to a United States policeman. Or
dered that the prisoner be fined in the sum of
one hundred and fifty dollars; hi default of
payment of said fine, to be imprisoned in the
County jail for a period of five months.
United States vs. Catherine Moore—Dis
brderly conduct iu Price street on the 13th
inst. Plea guilty. Ordered that from the
mitigating circumstances attending the case,
the prisoner be discharged from custody.
United States vs. Philip Boots—charged
with stealing one pair of wheels, the proper
ly of the United States, on the night of the
13th in9t, at 9 o’clock A. M. Plea not guilty.
Verdict guilty. Ordered that the prisoner
be confined in* the County jail for a period of
four months. John R. Hover and D. L. Sum
mers, prosecutors for United States.
United States vs. Tho 9. Maguire, John
Fallon and Patrick McCluskey, wearing the
uniform of a United States soldier, plea of
first, defendant not guilty ; second and third
guilty. Ordered that the defendant in the
Ist case be dismissed, that the defendants in
the second and third cases be turned over to
the Post Provost Marshall, with instructions
to have them police the streets of the city for
15 days. Sami. Wood prosecutor for the U.
Isham Stevens vs. Cha9. Watts, both col
ored, using threatening language to plaintiff;
amicably settled. Counsel for plaintiff, Levi
S. Russell, Esq.
United States vs. A. Druramon (colored),
charged with interfering with the Street De
partment on the 13th inst., fined five dollars,
fine paid. Prosecutor for the United States,
United Stites vs. Joun Wilson, Henry
Davis, Robt. Johnson, Zach, Andrew Stew
art, Sami. Mitchell, Joe Dryer, all colored,
wearing United States uniform, contrary to
General Orders, No. C, plea not guilty. Or
dered that Stewart Johnson and Davis be
discharged iu consequence of their ignorance
of the Order, that Jack Wilson and Mitchell,
be turned over to the Post Provost Marshal,«
.with instructions to have them police the
streets of the city for 10 days ; that Joe
Dryer be fined in the sum of ten dollars.
District Provost Court —Hon. Eben Par
sons Jr., Judge, Presiding.
Savannah, July 13ih, 1865.
Daniel Smith vs. Cha9. Farrelly—recovery
of premises; it appearing to the court that
defendant has had ample and legal notice to
vacate the premises now occupied by him,
and that said notice has been disregarded by
him, it is now ordered that the defendant va
cate the house now occupied by him, at once,
or otherwise be forcibly ejected.. Counsel
for plaintiff, Hon. W. S. Chisholm and Hon.
P. M. Russell.
Wm. Swell, Agent, vs. L. M. Winkler—
action of ejectment; it appearing to the
court that the defendant had notice served
upon him, to deliver peaceable possession of
the premises occupied by him, which said
notice ha 9 been disregarded, it is now order
ed that he vacate the premises by 12 o’clock
to-morrow, the 14th inst. Counsel for plain
tiff, Hon. P. M. Russell.
Win. Swoll, agent, vs. Baker (colored)—
Action for ejectment. It appearing to the
Court that the defendant has haa notice
sserved upon him to deliver peaceable pos
session of the premises occupied by him,
which said notice bas been disregarded, it is
now ordered that he evacuate the premises
by twelve o’clock to-morrow, 12th iust.
It appearing to the Court, upon the appli
cation of Mary Jane Braceil, f. w. c., that
she iJhesirous of hiring herself to Mr. P. M-
Russell at the rate of $6 per month; and it
also appeariug to the Court that the said P.
M. Russell is desirous of obtaining the ser
vices of the said Mary Jane at the compen
sation above specified, for the purpose of
doing general housework in his family: Or
dered that the contract above entered iuto
between the parties named is hereby ratified,
and that the said P. M. Russell is hereby
empowered to take the said Mary Jane for
the purpose above set forth, until the con
tract thus entered into shall be dissolved by
mutual content; and it is further ordered
that the said P. M. Russell shall have ample
authority to protect the said Mary Jane from
any improper interference from any person
Triphinia Buttice vs. Judah Solomons, re
covery of wages $4. It appealing to the
Court that the defendant has failed to appear
in obedience to the summons issued. Order
ed that plaintiff have judgment by default
for $4, with costs of suit, which said amount
will be paid by to-morrow 14th inst.
Hannah Roberts vs. Mrs. Daniel Lee—in
dictment for $lO. It appearing to the Court
that plaintiff recovered against defendant
| judgment for the sum of ten dollars, princi
pal. and two dollars and twenty-five cents,
co6ts of suit, which said amount Remains
still unpaid. Ordered that defendant pay
the amount of the judgment and costs, this
day, and upon failure to do so h sufficient
amount of her effects will be seized and sold
to liquidate the claim.
John Foley vs. Patrick Carroll—recovery
of rent, to the amount of $l5O. Judgment
for defendant. Counsel for plaintiff, M. J.
Ford Esqr; for defendant, J. R. Sausey, Esq.
Wm. Swoll, Agt., vs. Mrs. Cummings—
recovery of rent to the amount of $36,00, set
tled by-consent of court. Counsel for plaintiff
Hon. P. M. Russell, for defendant, 9. Y.
T- R. Stone vs. Leah Jones (colored) —re-
covery of rent, claim $lO. Judgment for
plainliffin the sum of $10 l with costs of
suit. Ordered that the amount of judgment
and costs be paid by the 12th day of August.
Geo. T. Turner counsel for plaintiff.
J. R. Stone vs. Berry Lafette—recovery of
rent to amount of $10; judgment for plaintiff
with costs of suit. Ordered that the amount
be paid by the Ist day of August. Counsel
for plaintiff, Geo. J. Tprner.
Mrs. Theresa Neve vs. Sarah Ann Sharp
(colored)—recovery of SSO rent; it appearing
to the court that the defendant has failed to
appear in obedience to the summons issued.
Ordered that judgment be rendered up agaiust
defendant by default, and that defendant va
cate the premises upon a written notice be
ing served on her personally to that effect,
at the expiration of fourteen days from the
date of 9aid notice.
A>petition of J. C. Morel, a citizen of Ef
fingham County, shows that on the sth day of
July, 1865, this Court passed judgment in
the case of Claiborne Berill vs. J. G. Morel,
ordering the latter to turn over to Berill a
certain larra in Effingham County, and to ac
count to him for all crops growing upon the
same. The petitioner further claims that he
was unrepresented in said case, and that said
farm was legally rented from said Berill &c.,
and that the facts set forth in the petition of
said Berill are false. Upon motion of Hon.
Thos. E. Lloyd and Julian Hartridge, it was
ordered that the judgment of the above
specified date be set aside, and the case be
re-instated on the docket, that the petitioner,
J, G. Morell, be beard in his own behalf.
PULASKI HOUSE, JULY 13.
0 W Ballard, USA, Frank Geitte, Hilton Head,
A W Ballard, do. Capt R A Logan, 14th Me V,
Jpo B Butler, Hilton Head. J B Wiswell, do
N S Crowell, Augusta, Ga, Lt Wm W Gray, do
Capt C Wolthamp & lady, Lt H G B <lkau. do
Augusta,*Ua, Wm H Newman, do
J Mortimer Crawe, Surgeon Dr P C Davis, USA,
128th N Y Vols, H A Hunt, Sparta, Ga,
J M Van Den Bergh, 162d NW H Clark, do
Y Vols E V Stevens, U 8 Mil Tel,
SEA ISLAND HOTEL. CHILTON HEAD,) JULY 12.
S S Harris, Post ChaplaiD, | Col Rulphely, Michigan,
Beaufort, E Waltyen, Charleston,
J O Nichols, Ladies Island, I Maj P E Dye, USA,
Capt J D Cox, Hilton Head, rG Pinsberry, A A C T B,
G Kobie, Beaufort, I Charleston,
R Tomlinson, Beaufort, ICupt Moore, A Q M, do.
PORT ROYAL HOTEL (HILTON HEAD) JULY 12.
Capt 8 S Marseiles, 3dUSCT|Surg E C Fox, 26th U S C T
Mrs Webb, Hilton Head, Lt R W Bourne, IS7tkNYV,
RColbrook, do, IF E Bryant, Hiltton Head,
B F Coburn, Washington, I I Conley, do
Lt T A Hills, 3d USC T. W D Graves, do
Lt J J Stuart, 34th U S C T.l A Anderson, do
S L Wyley A lady. Savan’h, JLt C APaddock, 167thNYV,
Col Costley, 64th N Y Vols, D McDonnell, Hilton Head,
Col Caunicboe, 167th do, Lt M Palmer. 167th NY V,
Capt J J Cox, 56th do, Lt J H Wright, do,
E J Robinson, Savannah, Capt F L Briggs,
L Lorenzo, do | W Foley, Savannah,
Capt B W Tilton, Charleston |
PORT OF SAVANNAH, JULY 13.
Steamer Gen Shepley, Morse, Hilton Head.
Steamer Eruelie, Hand, Hilton Head.
Steamer Loyalist, Huffman, Hilton Head.
Steamer Canonicus, Burne, Hilton Head.
Steamer Gen Shepley, Morse, Hilton Head.
Pioneer Line steamship Chase, Rodgers, New York.
Exports—Per Steamer Chase for New York.—4s2 bales
cotton; 22 bales Sea Island cotton; 68 bales domestics; 3
bbls- metals; 5 boxes candles ; 28 pkgs merchandise.
Plssenolr*—Per Steamer Chase.—Wm Kelly; John
Curtin; M 0 Douaugb ; G P Screven; II 8 Brown; W H
May; A N Robinson; A P Wotter; F A Motlsy; F W Ste
vens ; J McCune: Mrs Ynlee, 3 children A servant; S W
Barnard; H M Davenport, lady, 2 children & servant; L
L C Norvell, lady, 4 children & 2 servants; J M Nash; F
C Barrett, 0 W Yulee, Miss Wescott, Mrs E K Smith ; B
Straus, Capt K 0 Houghton; S B Goodwin; John Screv
en ;S C Cblt; A Reppard; D McDonald; A H Powell; W
H Gray GB Fuller; Coburn; Hunter; and others in
PORT OF PORT ROYAL,
July 10—Schr Anna C Leverett, Booth, NY; schr
Pilot’s Bride, Blatchford, N Y.
Jnly 11—Sloop Rebecca Hertz, Smith,' Darien; steam
ship Fulton, Wotten, New York.
OFFICE POST COMMISSARY, >
Savannah, Ga., July 10, 1860, I
Sealed Proposals to furnish this Post with eight
thousand pounds.of Fresh Beef per week for three
months, commencing Aug. Ist, and ending Nov. Ist,
1865, will be received at this office until July 20. 1865.
The Beef to be furnished tri-weekly, and of good
quality, dressed, excluding necks and shanks.
Persons making proposals will state the average
net weight, quality, etc., of the Beef. Proposals to
be opened in public .July 20th, and subject to the ap
proval of the Commissary General.
N. H. OGLESBEE,
jylO _lot Capt. and Post Commissary.
AT HILTON HEAD, S. C.
The Palmetto Herald Building having been Newly
Fitted Up, now offers iaige.aud airy rooms, suitable
for Sleeping Apartments onbusiuess purposes.
For terms apply to W. S. Sampson, Jr., Box No. 26,
Hilton Head Post Office, or on the premises, corner of
Merchants’ Row and Palmetto Avenue, from 4 o’clock
to 6 o’clock p. m. ju22
J R. SOLOMONS, M. D.
From Charleston, S. C., offers bis services to the
Rooms at Dr. Clark’s office, Congress street.
References.— Dr. Jas. B Read,
Dr. Jdhiau Habbib,
• Hon. Soi.omon Cohen,
W. N. Hauebsua.v Esq„
•ull ts A. A. Solomons A Cos.,
rjqjE NEW SKIRT FOR 1806.
“BRADLEY’S DUPLEX ELLIPTIC.”
A wonderful invention for ladies. Unquestionably
superior to all others.
Don’t fail to read the advertisement in the Savannah
Herald containing full particulars' every Saturday
morning. jy« 6taw3m
Proposals will be received, separate or together, for
the raising of the steamer SWAN, where she now lies,
near Screven’s Ferry, and delivery at the whaf in this
city And for the rebuilding the wood work, and pat
ting up the engines. Particulars will be made known
on application to
M. A. COHEN, Agent
jyT-.T A t Home Insurance Company Office.
FOR NEW YORK.
The U, S. Mall Steamship NEVADA, Capt Carpen
ter, having new and superior accommodations, will
leave for the above port on SATURDAY. 16th in»L, at
half-pasti o’clock. p. m
For Freight or Passage apply to
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN A CO.,
J7IRF.IGHT FOR AUGUSTA^
Steamer Amazon will receive freight lor Augusta
on SATURDAY, July 15, and leave with despatch.
— ■ —I ■" *!■ ■ ■' '
jyjERCHANTS’ LINE SAILING VESSELS.
COTTON FOR NEW YDRK
The fine Ship CARAVAN, Capt. Jas. Lawler, la now
receiving Freight for New York, and will clear on
THURSDAY, July 20th.
Steerage Passage sls
Parties wishing to forward merchandise must apply
soon, as a large part of her cargo is already engaged.
CHAS. L. COLBY.
jyl2 Cor. Bay and Abercom sts.
AND PASSAGE FOR NEW YORK.
MERCHANTS’ LINE SAILING VESSELS. ~
The fast sailing A1 Clipper Brig LEONARD MYERS,
Capt. Wm. Smith, will commence loading for the above
port on THURSDAY, July 13th, and Will clear on
MONDAY, 17tb. Has superior accommodations for
, First Cabin ~. .S3O.
Steerage ; 16.
Apply to CHAS. L. COLBY A CO.,
jyll-0t Cor. Bay and Abercorn sts.
jy£ERCHANTS’ LINE SAILING VESSELS.
REGULAR WEEKLY LINE OF CLIPPER BCHOON.
The undersigned intend to keep up a regular week
ly line of first class Sailing Vessels plying between Sa
vaagah and the above port, with superior accommo
dations for passengers and the very best facilities for
delivering freight In good order, at low rates, wtth
promptness and despatch. Particular attention given
to forwarding goods from New York.
CHARLES L. COLBY A CO.,
JulS cor. Bay and Abercorn streets.
STEAMER FOR SALE.
SIDE-WHEEL, HIGH PRESSURE RIVER
Drawing 22 inches of water. Hall 166 feet long; 26
feet Beam; 6 leet 6 inches depth of hold.- bas two In
clined Engines. 20 Inches diameter of cylinder, C feet
stroke. Also, a Donkey Steam Pump. The lower
deck is clear for freight, and the passenger accommo
dation is above. She is well adapted for trad eon a
shoal water river. Is entirely new, well and siibstan
tially built, and will be sold at a bargain. Apply to
PUSKY, JONES A CO.,
Iron Steamboat Building, Wilmington, Delaware.
rpO 'COTTON SHIPPERS.
ON THE CORNER OF JEFFERSON A BAY STS.
For the purpose of
SHIPPING COTTON FOR THE PUBLIC. -
L OWEST RATES,
FURNISHING INK, *O.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No 17 Broadway, New York.
Liberal advances on Shipments to above Consign
ment, made by
HUNTER A GAMMELL,
Agents Pioneer Line Steamships.
• 84 Bay Street, Savannah.
Reference in New York—
. Meters. Spofford, Tu-eston A Cos.
may 26 3mo
Q S. BUNDY, v
GENERAL AGENT '
ANIJ ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
No. 247 F Street, Between 13th and 14th Sixes ts.
(Near Pay Department!
WASHINGTON, D. C.
ju3o • ts
J£IRLIN, BURKE, A BRO.,
ALBS, WINES AND LIQUORS,
Cornee Whitakxh Street and Bat Lane,
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED AND DELIVERED
_ ju2l ts
SUTLERS AND MERCHANTS.
The subscribers offer for sale at No. 4 Merchants'
Row, Hilton Head. S. C.,
THEIR ENTIRE STOCK.
At prices which defy competition, consisting of
Crackers, Butter, Cheese, Hams, Canned Fruit* snd
Meats, Tripoli Emery Paper, Segars, Tokscoo, Ales,
Wines, Boots and Shoes, Shirts, Handkerchiefs, Paper
Bags, Wrapping Paper, Stationary in variety, Army
Ranges, Yankee Notions, Hardware,
These goods will be sold without regard to cost.
Why send your orders to New York when you can
bay cheaper at home.
ju23 ts C. W. DENNIS A CO.
£ AVANNAH THEATRE.
SWEATNAM HAS REMOVED
W. P. BWB ATM AM Sole Lessee and M. nnjer
Mb Phil Milton IStaoil MaHa hi
M. Fmjiimthyaee. . Musical Director
FRIDAY EVENINQ, JULY 14, 18S6.
Songs To-Night 1 Dances To-Night I
Irish Jig To-Night 1
Essences To-Night! Music To-Night 1
Ethiopian Delineations To-Night!
And Roaring Farce To-Night.
Milton, Brydon, • Sweatnam,
Blance, Stanwood, Wallace,
La Belle Louise, Lotty Howland, Mrs. Berrell.
IN FAVORITE CHARACTERS.
Dress Circle and Parquette $1 00
Second Tier and Balcony 76
Private Boxes $6, $8 and $lO 00
Box in Colored Gallery 16
Colored Gallery #)
Doors open at 1%. Overture begins at B*.
Special Notice. —Ales, Wines, Tobacco, Ac., may
be obtained at the Refreshment Saloon, adjoining the
Hall, day and night. jyll-1
When tlie appointment was made for Doesticka to
deliver his Lecture on Saturday Evening, July Bth, the
fact had not yet been made public that this evening
had been selected for the Benefit at the Theatre of
Miss Florence La Fond. Courtesy to that lady has in
duced a postponement of
SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 16, 1886.
SOLDIERS’ ‘CHAPEL, HILTON HEAD.
(Congress st, between Jefferson and Montgomery sts.,)
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON.
PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHT,
Prof. E. Richter, Leader,
EV Refreshments of the best quality and in every
variety. lmo JylO
iJ- ' .I' l-1 n.
gY ISAAC D. LaROCHE.
AT PRIVATE SALE,
26 bbis. extra PRIME PORK,
20 bbls. MESS BEEF,
20 boxes SOAP,
10 bbls. SYRUP,
200 sacks OATS,
100 sacks CORN,
100 bbls. WHISKEY, various brands,
36,000 SEGARS, do do
26 bbls. GIN;
20 bbls. MEAL, Jyl2-6
I have the best Clams at Hilton Head, and tbe best
Cooks, in proof of which statement I. adduce tbe fol
lowing testimony from Mr. Beni. Honey's advertise
ment m the Savannah Dailv Heraj.d, of tbe last or
“There is no man In Port Royal that can serve up
Clams In every style better than Mr. Fitzgerald, at tbe
Eagle Saloon, In rear of the Post Office.
“Thebe is Where the Lacoh Comes In."
My dear Ben we wish you a long life and a merry
In addition to tbe above luxury, we furnish as good
a meal as can 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 not forget our old established house, in the rear
of Post Office.
ju3o „ Proprietor.
JMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
AT WBOtIIALI, FOB FAMILY D S 1,1
AT 207 BAY STREET.
ISRAEL B. SEALY A CO.
£EUAL NOflcfc. •
The undersigned having resumed the practice of his
profession, may be found at bis old office, next door
to the Central Railroad Bank.
Jyß-lw • THOS. E. LLOYD.
UKIT'FJN A CO. ~~
W s ß?Gbiffb«, J. C. Millnxh, F. Plumb.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will give prompt attention to all consignments and
make liberal advances when desired. Juß6-lm
rpb"SiirPl’£Rs Of 1 COTJ ON AND OTHfiH
1 SOUTHERN PRODUCE.
FENNER, BENNETT A BOWMAN,
Successors to Hotchkiss, Fenner A Bennett.
No. 40 Vksey Strut, i.bw Yob*.
And Memphis, Tenn.
Tuomjji Penwkjb, H*»Bt D. W. Bowmah.
SIXTY BALES HAY,
Landing from Steamship America. For sale by
lyfl.tf BRIGHHM, BALDWIN A CO,
WHITFOKD A ecu '
MANUFACTURERS amp WHOLESALE DEALERS
READY MADE CLOTHING,
331 amd 333 BaoADWAT. oor. Worth Strut,
T. F. Cabhabt, I Hbmky Shafer,
Wm H. Wbitfobd, I A. T. Hamilton,
J. B. Van Wabbmbm.
Office of Payan k Carhart in liquidation.
TKKLE A BURBANK,
• ii Merchants' Row,
Hilton Head, S. C.
Call the attention of Wholesale and Retail purchasers
to their superior stock of
MILITARY AND NAVAL CLOTHING
FURNISHING GOODS, _
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, and Plated
Ware,Swords, Sashes, Belts, Embroideries,Boots, Cape
Field Glasses, Gauntlets loves. Ac., Ac., Ac.
\ 100 Sacks Liverpool SALT in store and for mle by
JAS. DOY Lb*
Jyl2»Sw Cor. Bay and Whitaker sts,