Friday morning last about two o’clock the
remises of General Geo. Paul Harrison, on
outh Broad street, between Buruard, Mont-
omery and West Broad streets, were enter-
d and robbed of one pi.ir silver castors, one
ozcn silver'forks, one dozen silver spoons,
,ne pair silver suit cellars, and one flue Eng-
9 h Navy Repeater; this repeater is liner
an tbe usual make. The thieves jumped
e side wall in the rear of the dwelling, en-
red the back parlor, used as a dining room,
nd conveyed off the properly.
Wednesday night the residence of Mr.
hos. J. Naylor, on the North side of Mar-
ret street, was also visited by robbers. In
hat manner an entrance was made is un-
nown ; it was either by false keys or jurap-
g the fence in the rear. Mr. Naylor lost
|ne silver pitcher and four goblets, having
|n them the following inscription: “Pre-
nted to Thomas J. Naylor by bis friends of
e Atlantic and Gulf Railroad;” andtwo silver
oblets presented by the Savannah Volun-
:er Guards. These latter tokens of frieud-
ihip have also on them suituble inscriptions,
he above valuables were iu the front parlor,
he thieves next visited a room iu the
asement and robbed it of Mrs. Naylor's
ilothing, the clothing of her children, and
me articles of clothing belonging to Mr.
aylor ana a friend- Mr. Henry M. Myer9
as also a sufferer; his trunk, which was in
re back parlor, was robbed of nearly all his
lothing and its other contents.
On Wednesday night the store of John C.
[aker & Co., corner of Congress and Whit
ter street, was broken into by displacing an
on grating iu the rear, and robbed of about
4,01)0 worth of dry goods, clothing &c. There
no clue as yet to the thieves. We had the
bove facts on Thursday morning, but, at the
H squest of Mr. Maker and the Police, have
rstained from publishing them till this
A Nkgko Shot and Moiitallt Wounded.
.bout eight o’clock on Saturday morning
ne of the U. S. Police discovered Aleck
Hake, a colored man, wearing the uniform
a United States soldier; he was then pass-
ig on West Broad street near Bay street,
deck w’as hailed by the Policeman, and or-
ered to, stop; failing to comply, upon tbe
bird summons, the Policeman fired, the shot
liking etfect. The injured man ran as far as
| re corner of Montgomery and West Broad
, treets, when lie fell. He was immediately
akeu to the Post Hospital, Section No. 3,
[Savannah Hospital,) East of the Park. Upon
\n examination made by Dr. G. W. Bowan,
It was ascertained that the wound was severe,
llie ball entering about one half inch below
Itbe spinal scapula, passing entirely through
the body, and also the upper lobe of llie
Irigkt lung. The ball passed out of the right
Assault with Intent to Murder.—Satur
day afternoon last about three o’clock, Dick,
la colored man, in the employ of Mr. E. Ehr-
jlich, grocer, corner Whitaker street and
Congress Lane, was sitting at a vegetable
Btall near the Northeast corner of the mar
ket, when M. L. Ford, a private of Co. F,
BOth Regiment Maine Volunteers, approached
bim and with a knife made an attempt to cut
bis throat. The wound made, which wa9
from right to left across the throat, was of a
flaugerous nature; the left carotid artery
tame near being severed, which would of
fuursc have caused iustaut death. Mr. 8. A.
?aii9k, of the market police, instautly ar
rested Ford and put him in the lock up.
Buigical attendance was immediately pro
cured for Dick and he is now comparatively
but of danger. Ford is represented as a
treacherous mau with a malignant temper.
Section No. 3, Post Hospital.—Saturday
kfteruoou last one of our reporters visited tbe
Ibove Hospital, better known as the Savan
nah Hospital, situated east ot the Park,
fForsyth Place.) The wards, buildings,
founds etc., are kept in a neat condition,
the Hospital has ull the conveniences and
pmforts for the sick, tubs, water closets,
food beds and beddings, etc. The la9t 8a-
lirday morning report shows the following
! w. the number of inmates in the Hospital.
JJuited States soldiers 22, paroled prisoners
: 6, white refugee women and children 25,
|» colored refugees 40.
The following are the officers of the Hos-
Ipit.al, G. W. Bowman, Act. Asst. Surgeon U.
IS.’A. in charge ; Dr. Landing 24th Iowa,
1 Asst. Surgeon ; T. H. Harden, Druggist.
Late Interior Papers.—rWe are under
(great obligations to the Adams Express Co.;
[the Southern Express Co. ; the officers of
[the Amazon; the proprietors of the Ma-
Jcon, Augusta and Atlanta papers; and to
[several other kind friends, for full files of
[late Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee and
South Carolina papers, from which we have
| gleaned many interesting items of news.
Departure of the 128tii New York Vol-
I unteers.—This Regiment having been must-
I ered out of service, departed yesterday for
home on the Steamship Charles Thomas.—
| The Regiment is under the command of Capt.
From Augusta.—Saturday evening last the
I steamer Amazon, Capt. David R. Dillon, ar
rived lrom Augusta, with passengers, mails,
I “ lul a heavy freight. We are iudebted to
Capt, Wm. Gibbous, Clerk of the Amazon,
and Mr. F. S. Perry, of Adums Express, for
files of Augusta papers.
Sale of the Steamer Amazon.—It will be
seen by the advertisement of Isaac D. La
roche, published this morning, that the well
known light-draugbt River-steamer Amozou
is to be sold at public auction on Friday next.
This steamer, built for these waters, is of
great power and capacity, and is in perfect
order, offering a rare chauce for investment.
Watering the Streets.—Saturday morn
ing, at an early hour, Mr. James Pierpont
was out with his gang ot hands and hose car
riage, watering Bay and other streets. All
persons who desire their sidewalks washed
when the hose is near, have but to mention
the fact to Mr. Pierpont and it will be
promptly attended to.
Fruit.—We are iudebted to Capt. S. S.
Starr, the efficient aud courteous Chief
Quartermaster, for some of the finest apples
we have secu for four yeers.
Adams Express Company have our thanks
for some excellent peaches.
Both lots of fruit came from Augusta.
Thanks.—We are indebted to Purser Fred.
W. Ely, of the Stea mship Arago, and Capt
Briggs, of the Steamer U. S. Grant, for the
safe and prompt arrival of our New York
tiles aud dispatches, and also for New York
papers of the 12th, furnished by them.
Large Shipment of Cotton for New York.
—The Steamship Nevada, Capt. Carpenter,
was cleared on Saturday afternoon last for
New York, having on board 028 bales cotton,
etc. This is the largest freight yet cleared
by steamer since the opening of this port
Receipts of Cotton. —J. W. McAlpin’s
flat No. 2, with 401 bales of cotton has arrived
from Augusta. This is the heaviest receipt
as yet by flat. Mr Charles O. Davis, long
and favorably known in this city, had charge
of this valuabl e cargo.
District Provost Court—Hon. Eben Par
sons Jr., Judge, Presiding.
Savannah, July 15, 1605
Wm. Swoll Agt., vs. Zachariah M. Wink
ler, action of ejectment. It appearing to the
Court ihat an order issued on the 13th inst.,
requiring the defendant to vacate the premses
occupied by him, by 12 o’clock on the 14th
inst., which said order has been, and is still
disregarded, it is now ordered that the de
fendant as well as all other persons, who are
occupying the premises in question, vacate
the sume iDstanter, and if they fail to com
ply with this order, that they be forcibly
S. Cronk, Trustee, vs. Timothy Luddy,
action for recovery of rent to the amount of
$33, judgment for plaintiff in the sum of $33,
with costs, and ordered to be paid by the 1st
day of July, 1805. Counsel for defendant,
Hon. P. M. Russell.
Wm. M. Duvidson, Agt., vs. Rebecca
Sneed, action for recovery of debt, $50;
judgment tor defendant; but it appearing to
the Court that the amount of rent, for one
month, viz : twenty-five dollars, was due on
the 10th day of July, 1005, it was ordered
that the same be paid to plaintiff this day.
James Heagney vs. L. Seuger—action for
recovery of rent to the amount of $10; judg
ment for plaintiff in the sum of five dollars.
Counsel tor plaintiff', M. J. Ford, Esq.
Dr. R. D. Arnold, Executor, vs. Timothy
Laue—action for recovery of rent to amount
of $36; judgment for plaintiff in the sum ot
$30 und costs; it was ordered that the arnouut
of judgment and costs be paid by the 1st day
of August, 1805.
Andrew Farry vs. John Deacy and Bridget
Deucy—action lor recovery of premises; case
Wm. Andree vs. Sarah Fields (colored)—
action for recovery of personal property. It
appearing that a wtigon, the property of
plaintiff, came into possession of the defen
dant in a dilapidated condition, and was re
paired by him; it was ordered that plaintiff
pay delendant the amount of repairs, viz:
eleven dollars, and upon so doing the wagon
be returned to him. Hon. T. M. Norwood
counsel for plaintiff.
Post Provost Court—Capt. Jas. E. Smith,
Judge, Presiding —Savannah, July 15, 1805.
United States vs. Mr9. Mary Larkins—vio
lation of paragraph 3, General Orders No. 0,
Head Quarters Post of Savannah, Ga., July,
5th, 1805, on the 12th day of July, 1805; plea
not guilty. It was ordered that the accused
be fined in the sum of five dollars. Counsel
lor defendant Hon. D. A. O Byrue.
United States vs. Albert Hill and S. J.
Maxwell—violating General Orders No. 0,
Headquarters Post of Savannah, July 5th
1805; case dismissed. Counsel for defend
ant, Hon. P. M. Russell.
United States V9. Patrick Kimble (colored)
—violating General Order No. 5, Head Quar
ters Post of Savannah, July 5th, 1805. It
was ordered that the prisoner be turned over
to Post Provost Marshal with instructions to
have him police tbe streets of the city for a
a period of ten days. Prosecutor for United
States, J. R. Hover.
In the case of Gillispie, Campbell, Geo.
Burke, James Jenkins and Baylor, (all col
ored), charged with perjury iu the Post Pro
vost Court, Savannah Georgia, July 10th,
1805, it was ordered that the prisoners be
confined in the county jail, for a period of
six months, and be fined in the sum of five
hundred dollars each; in default of payment
of said fine, they be imprisoned until such
fine is paid. This is the heaviest sentence the
Court can pass.
United States vs. Thomas Peoples (color
ed), charged with stealing a mule, the pro
perty of John F. O’Byrne, Esq., in the city
of Savannah, Georgia, on the Oth ot Feb.,
1805, postponed to Monday 17th inst., at 10
o’clock a. in. Hon. D. A. O'Byrne, counsel
for United States.
United States vs. Susannah Robertson,
(colored), charged with stealing money from
Mrs. H. Guerard, on the 8th day ot July,
1865, in the city of Savannah Georgia, to the
amount of $2.25c. It is ordered that the
prisoner be placed in confinement in the
county jail for a period of two months.
United States vs. John Reilly, James Cum
mings, (colored), Sam Hilliard (colored)
charged with wearing United States uniform
contrary to General Orders No. 6, Headquar
ters Post of Savannah, Ga., July 6th, 1865;
ordered that the first and third defendants be
discharged from custody. James Cummings
is turned over to the Post Provost Marshal,
with instructions to have him police the
streets of the city for a period of twenty days.
The arrivals from Augusta In two days
have been 1,201 bales, and 40 bales by
wagon. There were a . few transactions on
Saturday. Considerable anxiety was niani
fested to get the next New York quotations.
Tbo following were about ruling rates on
Ordinary 22 a 25
Good Ordinal)' .......... , 3u a
fo«, Middani ::::::33aM
Middling H7 a 4n
Strict Middling 40 a 42
F.ue 8**a Island 60 a 66
OommoQ Second Ciaa« do 50 a 66
Saw Qin do .*.’.36*46
Faw Gin stained du 15 a 26
Roller Gin do do 20 a ‘2T
PULASKI HOUSE, JULY 16.
R W Parker, U 8 N, I Win Brailsford, Ga,
R Cogdell, McIntosh co, Wm H Sharp, Quitman. Qa.
T T Holme?, Fort Pulaski, H li Kelt, N V,
J A Walker, Macon, Ga, I Win Cantwell, H Head,
RSChevis, Americua, Ga, 0 T Ward, Macon, Ga
C A Duvie, Port Royal I
SEA ISLAND HOTEL, (HILTON HEAD,) JULY 14.
Col A C Waterhouse, Wash
J S Clark A lady, Beaufort,
W G Norwood. Savanuuh,
J L Paul, Florida.
Rev C 11 Coley, Savannah,
Lt J Brittin, U SN,
Capt H S Hawkius, USA,
J B Rile, do
Mai J PRoy, Oth U S Inf,
U S Brown, Charleaton,
J Mitchell, do
Capt A W Leonard, do
JB Schiedel. Oth U S Inf,
Lt W McKee, 26th Oldo Vols
Capt A C McDonald, noth U
Lt T Konfa, do
.1 M Ryaut. Now York.
S Baker, USA.
J J Topliam, U S A,
C M Burley, II Hoad,
A Magim, Savannah,
Q PilUherry, Charleaton,
S Harria, Post Chaplain,
Capt M Byant, USA,
A Morehouao, 17th Conn V,
Lt C L Kundell, 3d H 1 A,
) M Hoover, Sunbury, Pa,
L A Sengteller, USOSurvey,
J R Hiugman, U S N,
Lt G A Davia, do
Dr H It Curtia, do
T Turner and lady, Aaa't
Snrg U 8 V
U W H Waring, 104 U9CI\ G Roach. C S, *
. •li £ Peck ’ 17th Conu V, Lt M McDermott. 64th Mass
Lt H Williams, 3d R I A, Vols.
Lt W Diuguvaa do |
j PORT ROYAL HOTEL (HILTON HEAD) JULY 1*.
W W Harria, New London,
K II Harria, Rockville.Coun
A M Fuller, Charleaton,
A H Gibaon, Savannah,
Jno Merrick, Jacksonville,
Geo P Eyon, H Head,
G F Smith, Morris laland.SC
J B Knight, Savannah,
Harry Smith, Waahlugton,
E Stcvena, R I,
Wm Smith, jr, Charleaton,
R E Williams, New York,
F H Verdeer, Bonuwell,
J S Baynard, do
Lt Wm N Warren. 104USCT
Mrs Gallgar, Savannah,
K D Whipple, Baltimore,
Geo II Lather, Florida,
Lt C H Williams, 3d R I A,
H J Salsbury, Lt A Adj't U
Lt O M Pa’lmer, 157th NYV,
Capt F E Oaten, do
Capt L M Burlingame, do
Lt D HJonoe do
H P Ainuii, New Yerk,
J S Resell, 12th Conn,
B Holcomb, Surg 167 N Y Y
0 Palmer, do
Lt A F Benjamiu, do
Lt C Pierce, do
Capt C C Burlingame,do
l.t J D Jouea, do
Lt Wm U Morgan, do
Lt H P Minor, do
Capt N W Pettit, 20thUSCT
8 M Taylor, Beaufort,
J F Clark A lady,
0 H Seymour, 157th NYV,
Lt J F Wright, do
Lt W H Sayre, 173d NYV,
Geo F Brikett, Ain't Surg’n
L 0 Leeveue. Lt 4 A C S,
J C Carmichael, Lt Col 167th
N Y Vols,
O H Olivet, Oeorgrtown.SC,
S M Taylor. Beaulort,
W H MeCowau, Suvannah,
Gilbert P Rugg, do
Daniel Maun, do
Geo Kearh, do
Jas McNight, do
H E Man,lied, Savannah.
Miss Gulllgur, Savannah
C H Bohro, Charleaton,
Col D F’razsr, 104th U S C T
J C Carmichael, 15th NYV
Surg H C Hendricks, do
Capt F E Untea, do
Capt P L Brigga, do
Lt W A Morgan, do
Lt 0 Pierce, do
Lt O M Palmer, do
Chap'n O U Seymour, do
C 11 Paddock. do
Lt Dodge, 3d R I Art’y.
Montlmer Thomson, Ssv'h,
D B Mendel, N York,
John Harris, Savannah.
Mr Bird A wife, do
J B Knight, do
K D Whipple, do
W Smith, Jr, do
U C Williama, do
Andrew Cook, do
P Burny, New York,
B L Dodge, 3d R I Art’y,
B P Moses, do
PORT OP SAVANNAH, JULV lo.
Steamer Gen Sheplay, Morae, Hilton Head.
Steamer hmetie, Hand, Hilton Head.
U S truuaport Charles Thomas, Faircloth, H Head.
Steamer Amazon, Dillon, Augustu.
Passehuibs—Per Steamer Amazon—9 C Bodflah A
family, Mrs Kaiue A child, Sirs Clark A child, Q O Lom
bard A family, W H Werkhard, K McKuight, SB Carter,
A C Dehotte. S Langsilorf, G T Werkmau, Mrs Willson,
Mias Kate Enaat, Mrs Baum A family, E B Pearce. C (J
Gardner, A C Holmes, T M Bssk, K M Orrne, Lt Chal
mers, A J Latone, J Simon, J B Hoy, Thos Willson, II C
Bowers, J Mouell, M C Doyle, S W Riley, A Kolliar,’ H
Thompson. Capt Johuson, Capt Guodland, Gen. Young,
Michael McDrummond. W Rutltey, Wm McAlpin, W J
Sixes W J Moore, Mrs Thompson, W Roberts.
Consignees—Erwin A Hardee. Hilton A Randell, Brig,
ham A Baldwin, S T Sonias, W Buttursby, J O Tallou,
Hunter A G iuimell, F Schuster, C L Colby A Co, MJ
Doyle, M H Williams, A Kolhau, J D LaRoche, Wm
Hardee, S N Fapoh, Geo Geuienden, Staley A Williama,
L B Ddvis.
Imports—860 bales oottqn; 70 boxes tobacco.
Schr Marietta, Board, New York.
Steamer U S Giant, Briggs, Hilton Head.
steamer Loyalist, Hoffman, Hilton Head.
Steamship Nevada, Carpenter, New York.
Exports—Per Steamship Nevada—628 bales cotton, 97
ersks rice, 05 bags pea nuts, 2S boxes rndze, 26 empty
barrels, Exprsts Height, Ac.
Arrived, July 10.
Steamer U S Grant, Briggs, Hilton Hoad.
J W McAlpin’s Flat No. 2, Clras 0 Davis, 401 bales of
cotton to Wm Batteraby.
Schr Francis Hatch, Chlreral, Baltimore; to Master.
CoNBiGNExa—Per SchooDer Francis Hatch—Andrew
Ylatley, Alexander Fawcett, Francis Sorrell.
IMPORTS—870 sacks corn, 410 sacks oats, 892 barrels
flour, 12 half barrels flour, 40 bbls sugar, 10 bbls lard, 10
sacks coffee, 60 boxes candles, 100 sacks bran, ami rndze.
Cleared July 10.
Steamer Emllie, Bender, Hilton Head.
U S transport Clias Thomas, Faircloth, Now York.
Steamer Gen Shepley, Morse, Augusta.
PORT OF PORT ROYAL, JULY 14.
July 18—Sloop Fleet, Berry, Camden.
July 14—Steamer Wm P Clyde, from Charleston, Die.
and Pass., to U 8 Q M.; etr Emllie. Savanuab, Die. and
Pass., to U S Q M; steamer Oolden Gate, Beaufort, Dls.
and Pass., to U 8 Q M; str S R Spaulding, New York,
to Medical Dhector; etr Charles Thomas, Charleston,
6th U S Infantry and Dls. to U S Q M; atr Ann Marla,
Charleston, Die. and Paas., to U 8 Q M.
July 14—Schr Louisa A Johnson, Culver, Charleston.
July 16—Brig Fanny, Crocker, Philadelphia; schooner
Queen of the South, Corsair, do.; bark Nonparein, FUnn,
do.; etr Gen Shepley, Savannah, Dle, and Pass., to U 9 Q
M; etr Golden Gate, Beaufort, Dls. and Pass., to U 8 Q M.
£C 8 steamship Arago, Gadsden, New York, malls and
passengers, to U S Q M.
Passengers—Per Steamship Arago—MaJ General Carl
Schurz, Lt Col Emerson, Mrs Gen W T Bennett, Capts
L H Oleman, Oolewell, J E Thorndike, Chase, Beach,
Lieuts Bran, Roberts, Northrup, Loveridge, McDermott,
Asst Susgeous Ingrabam, Weed, Turner, Mr B Page, H,
B Fell, M'-s Hoyt, Mrs Savage, Rev R A Wood, Mr. Sa-
ball, Messrs Huberts, Wilson, Ward, Cushing. Brailaford,
Cuuniugkam, Hascall, Cooper, Curtis, Delaney, Wlual,
Kelly, Cbauipney, Eberhart, Berrlan, Lieuts U A Davis
A wife, Capts H W King, Cates, Rev J W Alvord, Mr T
A1 Berriau, Sdherne, Crawley, Roux, Dunham, Hoover,
aud 167 others In the steerage.
Steamer Golden Gate, Fitzgerald, Beaufort, Dls. A
Pass., toUSQMistrU S Grant, Briggs, Savannah, DU.
A Pass, to U S Q M; atr Island City, Ketchum, Beaufort,
DU. A Pass.; atr Loyalist, Savannah, DU. A Pass, to U
Str Planter, Small, Darien, uuder orders to U S Q M;
etr Wm P Clyde, New York, troops, molls and pass.; atr
Ohaa Thomas, Faircloth, Charleaton, DU. and Pass., to U
SQM; str uen Custsr, Rose, New Yorh, troops aud dls.
to U S Q M; hospital atr S R Spaulding, Atkins, New
York, to Medical Director; str Island City, Ketchum,
Beaufort, Dls. aud Pass, to U 9 Q M; str Emllie, Bender,
Favauuuh, DU. A Pass, to U S Q M; str Louuburg, Dale,
Jacksonville, Fla, DU. A Paee. to U S Q M.
FOR NEW YORK.
"The U. S. M. Steamer ZODIAC, Bulkier, Com
mander, will (all for the above port on her regular
THURSDAY, JULY 20th,
At —o'clock m. For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Jyl5 HUNTER A GAMMELL.
'OR NEW YORK.
The Clipper Schooner TRADE WIND, Capt. Smith,
will have despatch for tbe above port. For freight
HUNTER A GAMMELL,
Jy>» 8 84 Bay street.
gTEAMER "GEN. LEE” FOR SALE,
Pursuant to Instructions of the General Command
ing Department of the South, I will proceed to sell at
Public Auction, to the highest bidder, in front of my
office, on Bay street, TUESDAY next, 18th inst., at
12 o'clock, M., Steamer GEN. LEE.
DAN'L R. KNOWLTON,
jyl5 Meut. 178th N. Y V., and A. A. Q. M. t
jyjERCHANTS' LINE SAILING VESSELS.
COTTON FOR NEW YDRK
The flne Ship CARAVAN, Capt. Jas. Lawler, Is now
receiving Freight for New York, and will clear on
THURSDAY, July 20th.
Steerage Passage $16
Parties wishing to forward merchandise must apply
soon, as a large part of her cargo Is already engaged.
, CHA8. L. COLBY.
Jyl2 Cor. Bay and Abercorn ats.
FREIGHT 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
S ort, on THURSDAY, July 13th, and will clear on
IONDAY, 17th. Has superior accommodations for
First Cabin $30.
CHAS. L. COLBY A CO.,
Cor. Bay and Abercorn ats.
jy^ERCHANTS' LINE SAILING VESSELS.
REGULAR WEEKLT LINE OF OLIPPER 8CHOON
The undersigned Intend t« keep up a regular week
ly line of first class Sailing Vessels plying betweeu Sa
vannah and the above port, with superior accommo
dations for passengers und 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 * OO.,
Jul8 cor. Bay and Abercorn streets.
JJIVER STEAMER FOR SALS.
SIDE-WHEEL, HIGH PRESSURE RIVER
Drawing 22 Inches of water. Hull 166 feet long; 26
feet Beam; 6 leet 6 Inches depth of hold: has two in
clined Engines. 20 Inches diameter of cylinder, 6 feet
stroke, Also, a Donkey Steam Pump. The lower
deck is clear for freight, aud the passenger accommo
dation is above. She is well adapted for trad eon a
shoal water river. Is entirely new, well and substan
tially built, and will be sold at a bargain. Apply to
PUSKY, JONES ft CO.,
Iron Steamboat Building, Wilmington, Delaware.
The Proprietor of ths
SAVANNAH CITY FLOUR MILLB,
Begs to announce to hls numerous patrons that he has
made a number of Improvements in tbe machinery at
tached to his establishment, and la now prepared to
furnish his customers with a full supply of the best
GRITS AND MEAL,
and everything that can be expected from a
FIRST-CLASS MILLING ESTABLISHMENT.
He pledges himself to always tell bis Goods and do
25 PER CENT LESS
for the benefit of the citlseus, than many of hls com
petitors. He is prepared to grind Wheat and Corn at
the tun ternary toll, and In addition will, as above
stated, always be prepared to furnish his friends with
everything In the old style.
Hfs place of business is at the well-known spot at
the FOOT OF BROUGHTON STREET. Jul9-tf
tpo COTTON SHIPPERS.
—has oramm, —
ON THE CORNER OF JEFFERSON ft BAY ST8.
For ths purpose ot
— AMD —
SHIPPING COTTON FOR THE PUBLIC.
— AT TH* —
L OWEST RATE*,
FURNISHING INK, 4o.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
In Fine Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Clothing,
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Segans.
Also, Skehan's Celebrated <
GOLDEN ALE AND CHAMPAGNE CIDER,
in bottle and In wood.
London and Dublin Brown Stout, Scotch and Eng
lish Ales, ftc.
Liberal deductions made to the trade.
176 BROUGHTON.STREET, SAVANNAH,
and 62 Liberty street, New York.
SWEATNAM nAS REMOVED.
Xf' J!; Sole Lessee and Mannger
M. FsuiKBTurssa Musical Director
SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 14, 1865.
SINGING and DANCING.
Wednesday evening, July 13th, BENEFIT of LA
Dress Circle and Parqnette $1 00
Second Tier and Balcony 76
Amphitheatre " go
Private Boxes $0, $8 and $10 00
Box 111 Colored Gallery 75
Colored Gallery 60
Doors open at 7Jtf. Overture begins at 8Jf.
Spkoim. Notioi. —Ales, Wines, Tobacco, ftc., m ay
he obtained at the Refreshment Saloon, adjoining the
Hall, day and night. j y u .1
(Congress st., between Jefferson and Montgomery sts.,)
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON.
PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHT,
Prof. E. Rioutxb, Leader,
tar Refreshments of the best quality and In every
variety. lmo Jylo
pY ISAAC D. LaROCUE.
AT FBIVATE SALK,
26 bbls. extra PRIME PORK,
20 bbls. MESS BEEF,
20 boxes SOAP,
10 bbls. SYRUP,
200 sacks OATS,
100 sacks CORN,
100 bbls. WHISKEY, varions brands,
80,000 SEGARS, do do
26 libls. GIN;
.20 bbls. GRIST,
20 bbls. MEAL, . Jyl2-6
OFFICE POST COMMISSARY, 1
Savannah, Ga„ July 10, 1905. f
Sealed Proposals to fur Utah this Post with elgbt
thousand pounds of Fresh Beef per week for three
months, commencing Aug. 1st, and ending Nov. 1st,
1865, will be received at this office until July 20.1806.
The Beef to be forntahed til-weekly, ana of good
quality, dressed, excluding necks and shanks.
Persons making proposals will state tbe average
net weight, quality, etc., of the Beef. Proposals to
be opened In public July 20th, and subject to tne ap
proval of the Commissary General.
N. U. OGLESBEE,
JylO lot Capt. and Post Couunhtasry.
J^OOMS TO LET,
AT HILTON HEAD, 8. C.
The Palmetto Herald Bulldiug having been Newly
Fitted Up, now offers large ana airy rooms, suitable
for Sleeping Apartments or busiuess purposes.
For terms apply to W. S. Sampson, Jr., Box No. 25,
Hilton Head Post Office, or on the premlsea, corner of
Merchants' Row and Palmetto Avenue, from 4 o’clock
to 6 o'clock p. m, Jn22
J R. SOLOMONS, M. D.
From Charleston, S. C., offers bis services to the
citizens of Savannah.
Rooms st Dr. Clark's office, Congress street.
References.—Dr. Jas- B Read,
Dr. Juhiau Izarsis,
Hon. Solomon Cohen,
W. N. Haukbsiiam Esq,,
'ull tf A. A. Solomons ft Co.,
J61PORTED AND DOMESTIC
AT WUOLESALI, FOB FAMILY USE,
AT 207 BAY STREET.
ISRAEL R. SEALY ft CO.
jy£ANNINQ A DE FOREST.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
No. 19 Wall Stbiet, New Yobs.
DEALERS IN GOLD, SILVER, FOREIGN EX
CHANGE and GOVERNMENT SECURITIES.
Give special attention to the purchase and sale ol
Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia,
Alabama, New Orleans and Tennessee Bank notes,
Southern States Bonds and Coupons, Railroad Bonds
Interest allowed on deposits. JyIS-3m
I have the best Clams at Hilton Head, and tbe best
Cooks, iu proof of which statement I adduce tbe fol
lowing testimony from Mr. Benj. Honey's advertise*
ment In the Savanna* Daily Hebalv, ef the last or
"There is no man In Port Royal that can serve up
Clams In every style better than Mr. Fitzgerald, at the
Eagle Saloon, in rear of the Poet Office.
"Tukbk is Wmebe tb* Lacuh Corns In.”
My dear Ben we wish you a long life and a merry
In addition to the above luxury, we furnish as good
6 meal at can be obtained at Hilton Head, or any
other place in this Department.
GIVE US A PALL,
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 ths rear
of Post Office.
J^ISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The Co-partnership existing between Pierce Skehau
and David P. Conyngham, at No. 176 Broughton
strest, Is dissolved by mutual consent,
The business of the home will now be conducted
under the name of Pierce Skehan. _ .
Jyl6-8 DAVID P. CONYNGHAM.
SIXTY BALES HAY,
Landing from Steamship Amarica. For sals by
1v6-tf BRIOHHM, BALDWIN A CO,
WHITFORD ft C(£
MANUFACTURERS and WHOLESALE DEALERS
READY MADE CLOTHING,
381 and 333 Bboadwat. oob. Wobt* Stbiet,
T F Cabhabt, I HinbtJShafeb,
Wm H. WuiTroai), I A. T. Hamilton,
J. B. Van Waoenen.
Office of Payan A Carhart in liquidation.
JyC 8 °»
S TEELE ft BURBANK,
V Merchants' Row,
Hilton Head, S. O.
Call the attention of Wholesale and Retail purchasers
to their superior stock of
MILITARY AND NAVAL CLOTHING
FURNISHING GOODS, a ^
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, and Plated
Ware,Swords, Sashes, Belt*. Embroideries,BooiS,Cap#
Field Glasses, Gauntlets loves, ftc., Ac., ftc.