LOCAL MATT ER S.
DEPARTURE OF TIIE ANDERSON
The force of carpenters, painters and la
borers composing the working party of the
expedition to Andersonville, for the purpose
of enclosing the cemeter}' where are buried
the dead of the Andersoaville prison, mark
ing the graves with head boards, etc., left
yesterday at 12 o'clock on the steamer Au
gusta for Augusta.
Capt. Moore, A. Q. M., in charge ot the
expedition, Miss Barton, the distinguished
philanthropical lady, and Mr. Dorence At
water, for eleven months a prisoner at An
dersonville, and possessor of a register of
the graves, leave to-day at 6 a. m., upon
the steamer Helen, which will also carry a
portion of the lumber.
The remainder of the materials will go up
on the Amazon, and the parly will proceed
from there to Andersonville by railroad, the
communication being now complete.
Organization of a I'onngAlen’t Fire Com
In compliance with the notice published
yesterday, a number of young men, residents
of the City, assempled at the Firemen’s Hall,
coiner of South Broad and Abercorn streets,
to organize ? File CompanyOn motion, Mr.
Henry Jackson was called to the Chair, and
Mr. Robeit H. Lewis appointed Secretary.
The Chair stated the object of the meeting
and the prospects of obtaining by official
sanction, a Smith’s Engine for present use.
Oh motion, Messrs. H. R. Symons, R. H.
Cole, P. H. Morel, S. P. Norris, and E. P.
Starr were appointed a Committee on Organ
The committee retired and reported the
following selection of. officers: President,
James Stewart; Vice President, W. E. Gue;
Secretary, W. N. Valleau; Treasurer, Robt.
H. Lewis. The action of the committee was
sustained by ballot for each officer.
Upon motion, the committee on organiza
tion were instructed to wait on Messrs. Stew
art and Gue and notify them of their elec
tion, and solicit their acceptance of the same.
On motion, it was resolved that all appli
cations for membership in future must be
made by respectful petition, vouched for by
two of the members who were present at the
Messrs. W. N. \ alleau, W. F. Symons and
W. C. Lyon wen* on motion, appointed a
committee to select some suitable name to
designate the company.
The meeting adjourned to meet on Thurs
day evening at 8 1-2 o’clock.
The Military Police Abolished. —An
order from Post Headquarters issued yester
day abqiishes the present organization of U. S.
Military Police. The Chief of Police is or
dered to turn over the buildings now held for
the use of his fc^ce.
Anew system of armed patrols will be or
ganized immediately by the Prqvost Marshal,
by which, it is hoped, good order and public
safety will be secured to the city.
Post Provost Court— Capt. James E. Smith,
United Stated vs. W: U H. Svkea and Craw
ford Smith, (both colored ;) —violating the
public peace in the public market of the city
of Savannah, July 18th, 1865. Plea, not
guilty, and case dismissed. Prosecutor lor
ihe United States, Seth A. Parish.
* United States vs. Cuyler Reed—Charge,
misdemeanor; killing a cow'. Judgment, not
guilty. Counsel for prosecution, Hon. M.
Benedict; for defendant, Hon. Philip M.
United States vs. Jane Stanley—drunken
ness and fighting in the' streets on the 17th of
July, 1865. Plea, not guilty. Judgmeut,
not guilty. Counsel for defendant, Hon.
Phillip M. Russell.
United States vs. P. K. Shields—violation
of Street Department Orders, Section No. 5.
United States vs. Dick Boyd, (colored) —
wearing the uniform of a “United States sol
dier contrary to Post Orders. Plea, guilty.
Sentenced to police the streets of Savannah
for ten days. >
United States vs. Alf Lewis, (colored,)
misdemeanor and violating the public peace
of the City of Savannah July 14th and 15th,
1865, case postponed until ten o’clock a. m.
19th inst. Counsel for U. S. Hon. Phillip M.
Russeli; for defence M. J. Fold Esq.
July 17th, 1865.
United States vs. Mrs. H. Burbee, Va
grancy ana using abusive language; judg
meut guilty ; fined S2O, or fifty days im
prisonment in the county jail. Hon. Phillip
M. Russel counsel for defence.
’United States vs. Robert Hamilton (col
ored,) charged with fighting and disorderly
conduct in the streets. It was ordered that
the prisoner having adduced - testimony
and it appearing to the Court that the pris
oner was acting in self defence, he was dis
charged from custody.
N United States vs. Manda Cooper (colored).
Vagrancy, etc. It was ordered that she be
sent to the contraband camp.
United States vs. Mary Moore (colored)—
Disorderly conduct in the streets. It was
ordered that, for the want of evidence, the
prisoner be discharged.
United States vs. Anderson (colored)—
Beating his wife, etc. Plea, not guilty.
district FROVO9T COURT —JUDGE EBKN FAK
SavaannaH, July 18,1865.
James Stewart vs: Thomas R. Mills. Re
covery of fixtures .and other property in
Drug Store, comer of Barnard and Brough
ton streets. In the above case which was
heard on the 3d day of July, it is ordered,
that M. J. Solomons, be appointed a referee
on the part of the plaintiffi and on the
part of the defendant, with authority to call
in an umpire, iu case they cannot agree,
whose decision shall be final, and that the
said parties investigate the matter before
them, and determine what articles not fix
tures, in said store, belong to the plaintiff,
and to what amount the plaintiff is entitled
for fixtures in said stoie, and by whom said
amount shall be paid And it is ordered
that the said parties report to this Court on
Thursday, the 20th inst. Geo. A. Mercer,
TE - Es i- to
It appearing to the Court that Jerry Cole
(colored) has been in the undisturbed pos
session of a parcel or lot of land, lying and
1 111 the county of Chatha£ aK two
miles from Savannah, on the Ogeechee road,
pH th«! C os, he » hasplanted acro P’ il i3 order
ed that the above named Jerry Cole do re
main in the undisturbed and quiet possession
of the land planted by him, and that his rights
be respected by any person whatsoever, un
til the said crop is harvested. Any person,
either military or civil, violating the above
order, will, upon complaint filed and substan
tiated, be severely punished
Morrison & Butler vs. W\ Cranston—re
covery of debt upon agreement. Judgment
defendant^ 11 * on " J u han Hartridge for
Adolphe Johnson vs. John G. Rabbe—re
covery of debt. Case discontinued by order
of Court. M. J. Ford, Esq., for plaintiff.
Lpon the petition of Edward Lovell, Esq.,
of the Savannah and Ogeechee Ca
nal Company, to control the same, the fol
lowing endorsement was made: Permission
granted to Savannah and Ogeechee and Alta
maha Canal Company to control the said
Canal, if not in possession of the military.
JONES STREET SELECT SCHOOL.
The writer of this had the pleasure of look
ing in, on Wednesday, on the exhibition of
the “Join* Street Select School,” taught by
Mrs. S. S. Fddge, formerly of Richmond, Va.,
but for the last five years a resident of Sa
It was Examination Day, and the rich floral
perfume that greeted us at the entrance, pre
pared us for the choice exhibition of beauti
ful flowers that adorned every niche of those
pleasant drawing--rooms; but which were
soon forgotten as the eye of the spectator fell
upon the groups of fairer and more exquisite
flowers, blooming girls who clustered around
their instructress at the farther end of the
room. Teacher and scholars were all in gala
dress; and we have seldom witnessed a pret
tier sight than those bright young faces, sha
ded by ringlets or bands of silken hair varying
jn hue from the fairest flaxen to the daikest
raven, the fair maiden almost on the verge of
womanhood, the laughing, romping girl not
yet in her teens, the playful child, and the
lovely infant. Nor must we forget the youth
ful representatives of the sterner sex, who
form partot this admirably conducted school
and who were here in holiday garb, to add to
the interest of the scene, and perform their
share in the exercises of the occasion.
Among those who attracted our attention
were Masters Solomons, Lovell, Banks, Webb
Among the young ladies who presented in
teresting compositions were Misses Brady,
Solomons, Love*l, and others. No one
could listen to the reading of these composi
tions without being convinced that the teach
er of these young ladies was herself an accom
plished scholar, and that unusual attention
was here given to this very important de
partment of education. We were, therefore
not at all surprised to learn that Mrs. F. has
very popular tales.
The exercises in Grammar, History, Geog
raphy, Arithmetic, Orthography, Reading,
&c., were highly creditable to both teacher
and pupils, evincing persevering study and
untiring application on the part of all. Ques
tions were answered in Geography as to the
position and various statistics concerning
Calcutta, Singapore, Bangkok, Pekin, &c.,
that we are confident would have puzzled
ninety-nine out of every hundred educated
people. But the most striking feature of the
Senior Department of this school, is the very
unusual degree of attention bestowed upon
the too-often-neglected branches of Reading
and Spelling—the result being, as might be
expected, a remarkable degree of proficien
cy in both these studies.
Connected with this school, forming a main
feature thereof, is the Infant Department,
which interested us the more from being the
first and, we believe, the only one ever taught
on this system in our city. The mode of im
parting instruction is almost exclusively oral,
after the model of the European Infant
Schools; and the complete success that has
crowned this effort, leaves no room to doubt
this being the best possible manner of im
parting instruction to young children; whilst
the deep interest manifested by the merry
group of tiny pupils and their evident enjoy
ment of ail their recitations, show that they
have not been overtaxed, nor in any manner
disgusted with bodks at their early initiation.
Yet; their progress is surprising. We saw
fifteen or twenty little boys and girls, from
three to seven years of age, stand up before
large cards and read and spell page after page
in words of one and two syllables with scarce
ly a mistake.
The multiplication table, time and money
tables, weights and measures, followed in
due succession; then questions in Geography,
Astronomy, and Scripture History; then the
names of the days, months, and seasons in
French; the alphabet and conjugation of a
French verb, and various colloquial phrases
in the same language; and finally piece after
piece of Poetry spoken, some by the class
collectively, and others by each member of
the class individually, and all with a degree
of correctness in word and tone that were
perfectly astonishing in children of this ten
der age. Little Miriam Solomons repeated a
touching little poem of 32 lines, each verse
“Little children must love one another,”
in a manner that would have done credit to
a poet or an elocutionist. Her little sister
(four years old) repeated beautifully
“When father comes home in the evening from work,
Then I wll) get upon his knee,
And tell him how many nice lessons I learn,
And show him how good 1 can be;”
twenty lines in all.
Little Ella Ehrlich (not much taller than
Tom Thumb,) said,
“Thank yon pretty cow that made,” <tc.|
Little Maggie.. Landrum repeated, with
touching sweetness and emphasis, a piece of
twenty lines, beginning,
“Brother, have I been good to-day
Various others followed, and, last of all,
two little fairies of three and a half years
old,: little Thella Lovell and . Mrs. F’s
own liUler daughter, Lilia, lisped forth their
pretty rhymes—that of the former com
“My little brother’s very small,”
and little Lilia's with,
“ I have a little doll,"
a piece of sixteen lines, which she repeated
without prompting, and loud enough to be
heard aU over the room, in the meantime
holding in her arms, with caressing fondness,
a doll almost as large as her sweet self
Among the accomplished visitors present
on the interesting occasion was the Rtv. Mr.
Landrum, Pastor of the Baptist Church of
this city. About one o’clock, at the request
of the Lady Principal of the school, he called
around him the entire company of blooming
boys and girls, and delivered, in simple and
earnest tones, a most appropriate address.
At the conclusion of the address, the
Reverend gentleman, delivered to each of
the pupils, the premiums and diplomas
awarded for successful study, and praise
worthy deportment. Every pupil in the
school we belive, received one a; least,
■showing that though varying in kind and de
§ree, each one had been successful in some
Altogether it was a pleasantly spent morn
ing, one full of pleasant memories. This ex
cellent school has been in operation now for
two years, long enough to class it among the
established institutions of our city, and it
was, we think, the only school in Savannah
which did not suspend its operations even
for a day, during the changing events of the
THE SALE OF LIQUOR AT RETAIL.
Important Order from General Davis.
HEADQUARTERS POST OF SAVANNAH,)
Savannah, Ga., July 19, 1566. j
General Order, )
No. 13. /
I. General Order No. 41 from these Headquarters,
dated June 9th, 1806, is hereby revoked, and the fol
lowing regulations will hereafter govern the sale of
liquors, &c., at this Post.
11. All Licenses issued from these Headquarters
prior to this date will reihaln in force as heretofore.
111. A limited number of Licenses will be issued for
the sale of Ales, Wines and Liquors as follows:
Ales, Wines and Liquors at Wholesale, ($100) One
Hundred Dollars. Ales and Wines at Retail C$100)
one hundred dollars. Ales, Wines and Liquors at Re
tail, ($180) one hundred and fifty dollars.
IV. No Liquors will be sold or otherwise disposed
of to enlisted men of the United States Army and
Navy at this Post.
V. A few Licenses will be given to responsble par
ties, authorizing the sale of Ales, Wines and Liquors
at Retail on the payment of a License fee of ($150) one
hundred and fifty dollars, or an additional fee of (S6O)
fifty dollars where a License fee of ($100) one hundred
dollars has heretofore been paid.
VI. Proprietors will be held responsible for the pre
servation of good order on their premises and for the
good conduct of their employees. And any person
who shall be convicted of having violated any portion
of the foregoing regulations will be summarily dealt
VII. On and after this date no person will be allow
ed to expose goods of any kind for sale at Auction in
the city without first having obtained a License irom
these Headquarters, for which a fee of ($100) one hun
dred dollars will be required.
VIII. Applications for License will be made in wri
ting to the A. A. A. General at these Headquarters.
IX. Printed Licenses wifi be furnished, which will
be required to be conspicuously posted in the premises
of the seller.
By Command of
Brevet Brig. Gen. E. P. DAVIS.
Jno. Mullen, A. A. A. G. jyl9-T
Tuesday, July 18, 1865.
Cotton.—Uplands—A fair inquiry prevail
bales ’ viz:
3 bales Ordinary -c ‘ —a 20
17 bales Middling „8
17 bales Middlings —a 431^
We continue yesterday’9 quotations:
Ordinary 35 a 38
Good Ordinary 39 a 40
Middling • —a 40
Strict Middling —a 47U
Good Middling .. 48 a iH'i
Fair... .....49 a4o>|
Sea Islands.—We note a sale to-day of
12 bales Sea Island Cotton at 60 cents.
PULASKI HOUSE, JULY 18.
F A Robinson, Griffin, Ga, Mrs Shave- and 4 children,
H Banks & son do Florick,
H B Felt, New York, Mrs Scott, Florida,
N S Crowell, Savannah, C C Earle Chicago;
Q N Jones, do F Nadan, ; do
E C Haddock, do > TM R Ranch, Virginia,
Col A C Waterhouse, Wash- E Currae, Charleston,
ingtou, DC, A NemiaFlorida,
E Burton, New York, W Last J do
Thos Langton, Savannah. Miss Lai, do
J P Henderson, New York, M B Br|gs, Port Royal,
D Kaufman, Cincinnati, A Thomson, Charleston,
A Truesdell, Kenosha, Wia, Capt AMurphy, Brooklyn.
Geo Abbott, Washington,
PORT ROYAL HOTEL, [HILTCF HEAD] JULY IT.
Capt C B White, 104th U 8 Miss Mry Last, do
C TANARUS, Beaufort. A W Wiliams, H Head,
F W Bennett, St’r Widgeon, D Cola Cincinnati,
W H Sanford, Jacksonville, E Roffison. Savannah.
J Bernhard, Fla, C E frtigue, S C.
G N Jones, Savannah, D Wtoward, 128th U 8 C T
A Mesdell, U 8 N, Chasfroctor, Beaufort,
B Gordon, A Wlte A lady, Charleston
E C Had lock, Vermont, A IFetech, do
F R Welch, N Y, WnJJkvadhead, Baltimore,
Jas Beattie, Dr IU Nichols, Beaufort,
E F O’Neill, Fla, J Cr an Adi, Augusta,
Wm T McNetty, Charleston Mitk Gary & ] a dy, Branch-
J B Lunderson, Fla, Mile, 8 C,
Mrs Murry, child A (laugh- M lamb, (liarleston,
ter, Florida, J y Tynan Jacksonville,
Capt W H Rannell, 75 Ohio Wh H Au%i, do
M Burnitt, Sf“ ry Cusfce, do
Mrs Gilchrist, Florida, CJas West, lost on.
ASNims, do F E Burgess Fla,
Miss Tinanns, do Gjo H Kmof, Beaufort,
G S Roux A. family, Fla, JR Mew A My, do
Wm West, ' do Aiss F A M 4-, do
Geo Moore Savannah, liss J L MA, do
G H Keach, 8d R I Art’y, <eo Burjeara, do
Dan’l Mann do J Sandford, CVrleston.
P Kimball, do ICapt E McCmtv«k.do
J A Roe, Jacksonville, « Shaughnessy, tlacoa v G«
A Teydle, Fernandina, .E Soule, <
M Andrews, Charleston, Wm Calvert, \
Wm Edgar Rivers, H Heac/J T Bazell, Sutler 12th Q,n
R D Whipple, 3d R I ArPjJ Vols. \
Wm G Brown, Savannah, I \
SEA ISLAND HOTEL, HILTON HEAD,) JULY i j
CaDt A C McDonald, 21st J E Burton, New York, \|
SOT, __ PLBenet, Fla, \
Capt F KField, 128 US(Y Miss West, Charleston, )
A Selony, Ass’t Surg, H3, A Thompson, do
Capt F Bell, 3d R I Art’y. Lt A Matlison, 25th 0- Vols,
Dr J W Spanon, H Head Lt H McDonough, 17 th Conn
Capt J S Clark, Beaufort, Vols,
Miss Scott, Florida, C C Earle, Illinois,
H Curtis, do F Npdenn, do
W H Janson, do . C FWilson, PMU S A,
G A Abbott, Washington, J B Stouvenel, jr, Clerk Pay
Mrs N A Shober A 4 :hil- Department,
dren, Hilton Head, W W Brigdeo, Clk Pay Dept
S F Bartow, Louisiana, C C Briggs, Surg 64th Mass
T Steel, do Vols.
M R Branch, Virginia, E Cunant. Charleston,
jpOR NEW YOBK.
The Clipper Schooner
TRADE WIND, Capt. Skits, *
Will have despatch for the above port. For Freight,
apply to HUNTER A QAMMKT.L,
jyi7-3t 84 Bay street.
PORT OF SAVANNAH. JULY 18.
Steamer U S Grant, Briega, Hilton Head.
Enterprise boats 1 and 2, Augusta, w ith 400 bales of
cotton and 100 bales domestics.
Steamer Canonieus, Burne, Beaufort.
Steamer Emelie, Hand, Hilton Head.
Steamer Augusta, Lawler, Augusta.
PORT OF PORT ROYAL, JULY 17.
July 15—Steamship Arago Gadsden, New York
steamship Fountani, Custner, New York; sloop Ellen
July 17—Sloop Rebecca Hertz, Smith, Darien; atr
U S Grant. Briggs, Savannah; steamer Golden Gate,
Fitzgerald, Beaufort; steamer St Marys, Ward, Jack
sonville ; steamer Ann Maria, Fish, Charleston.
July 17-Steam ship Fountain, Cnstner, Savannah;
sloop Fleet, Berry, Charleston ; sloop Eliza, O'Brien,
Savannah: steamer Emelie. Bender, Savaunah : steam
er Nantasket, Springer, White Marsh; schr Transit,
White Marsh; steamer Golden Gate, Fitzgerald,
FOR NEW YORK.
The U. S. M. Steamer ZODIAC, Bulkley, Com
mander, will sail for the above port on her regular
THURSDAY, JULY 20th,
At o'clock. For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
jyll> HUNTER A GAMMELL.
<<poß new york!
The At fast sailing Clipper Schooner
FRANCISCO, W. H. Smoot, Master, .
s, a^ of her car K2 engaged, will sail about
wEDIs E SDAY next. For Freight and passage, apply
to BRIGHAM, BALDWIN & CO.
LINE SI A LING VESSELS.
COTTON FOR NEW YDRK
The fine Ship CARAVAN, Capt. Jas. Lawler, is now
receiving Freight for New York, and will clear on
THURSDAY, July 20th.
Stfeerage Passage sls
Parties wishing to forward merchandise must apply
soon, as a large part of her cargo is already engaged.
CHAS. L. COLBY.
jy!2 Cor. Bay and Abercorn sts.
rpHE IRON' STEAMER AMAZON
BY ISAAC D. Li ROCHE.
THOS. J. WALSH, Auctioneer’
Will be sold, on FRIDAY, 21st instant, at 12 o’clock,
In front of the Exchange, the Light Draught
IRON STEAMER AMAZON,
159 feet long, 45 feet Beam, (i feet Hold, Double En
gines, Doctor and Machinery,
IN PERFECT RUNNING ORDER,
Having just arrived with a large freight from Au
■This steamer was built expressly for these waters,
has a carrying capacity of 1600 to 2000 bales cotton;
also capable of towtug Flats, 4c., and presents a
RARE CHANCE FOR INVESTING.
She is now lying at the Georgia Steamboat Yard,
where she can be inspected.
SALE POSITIVE. TERMS CASH.
LIN# SAILING VESSELS.
REGULAR WEEKLY LINE OF CLIPPER SCHOON.
The nndersigned intend to keep op 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
to forwarding goods from New York.
CHARLES L. COLBY A CO.,
-fhf® cor. Bay and Abercorn streets.
'T'HE SAVANNAH NATIONAL BANK
PREPARED FOR BUSINESS,
AT STOIC *
BANKING HOUSE, IN THE EXCHANGE.
Deposits and Paper for Collection received.
Bills on Northern Cities purchased.
Checks on New York furnished.
L. C. NORVELL,
L. C. Nobvcll, j Francis Sorrell,
Noble A. Hardee, I J. Latiiop,
HENRY 8. FITCH,
„ , „ t , Notary and Solicitor.
Savannah, 26th Jane, 1866.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, 1
Ornoi OF COMPtBOLLXB OF TBK CcBERNOT, V
Washington, June 10th, 1866, )
Whereas, By satisfactory evidence presented to the
undersigned, it has been made to appear that “The
Savannah National Bank,” in the City of Savannah,
in the County of Chatham, and State of Georgia, has
been dnly organized under and according to the re
quirements of the Act of Congress entitled “ An Act I
► provide a National Currency, secured by a pledge of
\itedStates bonds, and toprovide for the circulation
N redemption thereof," 'approved Jane 3, 1864, and
with all the provisions of said Act re
to be complied with before commencing the
u A»s of Banking under said Act:
therefore, L* Freeman Clarke, Comptroller of I
* e “rency, do hereby certify that “The Savannah I
Bask »” 111 th * City of Savannah, in the I
Chatham, and State of Georgia, isanthor
**'™ , vmence the business of Banking under the
Id whereof, witness my hand and seal of
day of Jnne, 1866.
[A'o. 1265. Comptroller of the Currency,
}«2« 2m W
A VANN AH THEATRE.
W. P. Sweats am Sole Lessee and Manager
M. Frebrrthysbr Musical Director
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 19, 1886.
BENEFIT OF LA BELLE LOUISE.
When will be presented the great Military Drams
Mathilde de Meric—(The French Spy,)
[La Belle Louise.
GRAND OLIO—SINGING AND DANCING.
SWEATNAM IN HIS ETHIOPEAN DELINEATION.
The Performance 60 conclude with a
GRAND NATIONAL TABLEAUX.
Goddess of Liberty La Belle Louise
Dress Circle and Parquette $1 00
Second Tier and Balcony 75
Private Boxes :...... $6, $8 and $lO 00
Box in Colored Gallery 75
Colored Gallery 60
Doors open at 7M. Overture begins at 8y
(Congress st., between Jefferson and Montgomery sts.,)
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON.
PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHT.
Prof. E. Richter, Leader,
W Refreshments of the best quality and in every
variety. lmo jylO
OFFICE POST COMMISSARY, 1
Savannah, Ga., July 10, 1865. f
Sealed Proposals to fhrnlsh this Post with eight
thousand pounds of Fresh Beef per week for three
months, commencing Ang. Ist, and ending Nov. Ist,
1865, will be received at this office until July 20,1865.
The Beef to be furnished tri-weekly, ana of good
quality, dressed, excluding necks and shanks.
Persons making proposals will statu the average
net weight, quality, etc., of the Beef. Proposals to
be opened in public July 20th, and subject to toe ap
proval of the Commissary General.
N. H. OGLESBEE,
jylO JOt _ Capt. and Post Comnpsgaiy.
AT HILTON HEAD, S. C.
The Palmetto Herald Building having been Newly
Fitted Up, now offers large and airy rooms, suitable
for Sleeping Apartments or busiuesa purposes.
For terms apply to W. S. Sampson, Jr., Box No. 25,
Hilton Head Post Office, or on the premises, comer of
Merchants' Row and Palmetto Avenue, from 4 o’clock
to 0 o'clock p, m. J ju22
J R. SOLOMONS, M. D.
From Charleston, S. C., offers his services to the
citizens of Savannah.
Rooms at Dr. Clark's office, Congress street.
References.— Dr. Jas. B. Read,
Dr. J URIAH II ARBIS,
Hon. Solomon Cohen,
W. N. Haueksham. Esq,,
'nil ts A. A. Solomons A Cos.,
JMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AT WHOLESALE, FOB FAMILY DSC,
AT 207 BAY STREET? .
ISRAEL R. SEALY A CO.
may24-tf • .7 [
* nK. FOREST.
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
* No. 19 Wall Street, New York.
DEALERS IN GOLD, SILVER, FOREIGN EX
CHANGE and GOVERNMENT SECURITIES.
Give special attention to the purchase and sale ot
Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia,
Alabama, New Orleans and Tennessee Bank notes.
Southern States Bonds and Coupons, Railroad Bonds
Interest allowed on deposits. Jyls-3m
QLAMS V CLAMS! *- .
I have the best Clams at Hilton Head, and the best
Cooks, in proof of which statement I adduce the fol
lowing testimony from Mr. Benj. Honey’s advertise
ment in the Savannah Daily Herald, of the last or
“There is no man in Port Royal that can servo np
Clams In every style better than Mr. Fitzgerald, at the
Eagle Saloon, in rear of the Post Office.
“There is Where the Laush Comes In.”
My dear Ben we wish you a long life and a merry
Hi addition to the 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.
I Hie Regular Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
j the Southern Insurance and TYust Company will be
I held at the office of the Company, in Savannah, on
I Wednesday, 19th July, 1866, lor the purpose of elect-
I ing Directors for the ensuing year, and for the tran-
I saction of such other business as may be brought be-
I fore the meeting.
H. BRIGHAM, Presides*,
Per J. C. McNULTY,
ju22 ts Assistant Secretary.
QHAMPION BRICK MACHINE.
The proprietors of this recent Patent for the manu
facture of Brick are prepared to dispose of Machines,
and rights to use the same. This Machine is simple
of construction; does not readily get out of repair;
has immense power; makes the brick square and sol
id ; can be worked with a single horse. causes little
delay for removing stones; will make from twenty
five to thirty-five thousand bricks per day. Circulars,
with full particulars, forwarded on application to
BRADFORD A RENICK,
jy-lm 71 Broadway, New York.
Qa pH art. WHITFORD A CO.,
MANUFACTURERS and WHOLESALE DEALERS
READY MADE CLOTHING,
331 and 333 Bboadwat. oob. Worth Street,
T. F. Carhart, | Henry Shafxb.
Wh. H. Whitford, f A. T. Hamilton,
J. B. Van Waoenen.
Office of Payan A Carhart in liquidation.
jyC . 3m
STEELS A BURBANK,
Hilton Head, S. C.
Cali the attention of Wholesale and Retail pnrehaaere
to their superior stock of
MILITARY AND NAVAL CLOTHING
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, and Plated
Ware,Swords, Sashes, Belts, Embroideries,Boots,Capa
Field Glasses, Gauntlets loves, Ac., &«., Ac.