The Savannah Daily Herald.
TI'ESOAT, AUGUST «. 1 S6».
THE JENKINS DEFALCATION
Recovery of More Properly from Cyprians
—An Inmate of a Crosby Street fcagnio
Gives Ip a Diamond Cluster King.
Worth MO-How tin Defaulter spun
Hi. 111-Gotten Oain»—Tile People of
Newark and the)L.te Jame. H. Karle,
When a man once descends to the level of
the abandoned women of the town, by be
coming in any manner associated with them,
he is not long in descending to still lurtht-r
depths, and, while the inlatuation lasts, may
commit almost any crime to enable him to
pander to the depraved tastes ot his quon
dam companions and the appetite he finds
growing upon him. In the case of Jenkins,
airested for einbezrling the large 6um of
$300,000 from the Pltentx Bank ot this city,
this disposition has been more than usually
well illustrated. He first robbed—perhaps
to protect himself from the importunities oi
a fair hut frail woman whom he had met at
a concert seloou. When the ice had once
been fairly broken be continued to steal to
supply his new made acquaintance with
money, and to enable him to wallow in the
moral filth he had once abhorred.
It Is stated that Jenkins was a well known
llal/itue of such places as Madame Bell's on
Crosby street, and that he was hailed by the
female inmates as their best aud most profi
table vistor; for he always had his pockets
well supplied with money. While he was
spending his employers' funds and his own
'time in this way, this man, leading thus a
kind of double existence, was looked upon
by some persons, who tliougut ‘they knew
him quite intimately, as a very slow coach,
and the very opposite ot what is sometimes
deominated a “fast man." The officers of
the bank say that they always supposed him
to be a quiet, orderly, sedate and very prosy
individual. But they dgl not kuow how to
read the secret volume oi his inner life. They
had not the “open sesame" to the whited se
pulchre. But the “pretty waiters girls” and
the frail inmates of various houses of evil re
pute in different portions of the city did pos
sess that key, and it woujd appear that they
used it quite as industriously aud with almost
as good results as did that character in the
Arabian tales, who, by pronouncing the ca
balistic word, was enabled to rob the forty
thieves of their secreted tressure.
A city detective officer, on Friday night
last, succeeded in tracing out a girl by the
name of Rosa Allen, an inmate of Madame
Bell’s underground establishment in Crosby
street, upon whom it was said the prisoner
Jenkius had been in the habit of lavishing
some of his favors, and, making nimseif
known, at once charged her with having in
her possession a costly diamond ring, wnich
she had received from the alleged embezzler.
At first the girl boldly denied ever having bad
any presents from Jenkins; but after some
conversation the officer prevailed upon her
to yield up the ring, of which he had posi
tive information, which she fiid with a re
markably good grace, bringing forward at
the same time a bill of sale of the ornament,
from Messrs. Tiffauy <& Cos., dated on the
28th of June last; showing that, in the name
of Miss Allen, Jenkins had paid eight hun
dred and forty dollais for it. The ring i9 a
fine cluster diamond, aud oerliaps worth all
he disbursed for it. Alter producing the
costly bauble Miss Allen further unbosomed
herself, and confessed that Jenkins had fre
quently made her presents of large sums in
currency, at one time as high as live hundred
dollars. It is more than probable that further
operations of his that kind of fancy stocks
will be develope the police during the
maniac About—lie Flu ns tiic Alai,tec
or a Whole Family.
[From the Chicago 'times.]
There is at present confined in the armory
n maniac, who, in his paroxysms of madness,
is one of the most desperate creatures ever
Last Thursday morning the madman took
lodgings lor himself and three small children
at the Prescott House, corner of Van Buren
and Clark streets, registering his name as
Henry Smith, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. In
the afternoon he went to Mr. Fox, the land
lord, aud desired to deposit some money with
him, saying he was going to die that night.
It was then discovered tor the first time
that his mind was deranged, and the land
lord dispatched a messenger to Sergeant
Hickey, of the police, to inform him of this
fact. The Sergeant returned word that, un
less the man was violent, the best plan would
be to retain him at the bouse and see what
demonstration he would wake. The nnu,
together with his children, took tea that
evening among other guests aud retired to
his room. 'The proprietor being constantly
engaged about the affairs of his house,
thought no more of his mysterious patron
until the next evening, when one of the ser
vants informed him that Mr. Smith had not
been at the table since the day previous.
The porter was sent to his room to look after
the matter, but was refused admittance. Mr.
Fox then went up himself, but was also iu
lormed that he could not enter.
“ Why don’t you come aud get something
to eat,” he said ; ‘‘your children are hungry.
They have had no food for twenty-tour
“ We want nothing to eat,” was the reply;
“we are going to die to-night.”
Mr. Fox then said—ls you do not open the
dbor I shall be compelled to force it open.
To which Mr. Smith retorted,
“Well, I am goiDg to die, but if you
break that door down, you will die before
Here the conversation ceased, and Mr.
Fox sent again for assistance. In a short
time two policemen arrived, und together
the party of three endeavored to force the
door, but did not succeed. Besides being
bolted and locked, it was braced with a bar
off the bedstead.
They next tried to enter through a side door,
which led into an adjacent room, but that,
too, had been fastened by tying one corner
of a bedquilMo the knob, and the opposite
cornel to the bedstead. The door was opened
a few inches however, and Mr. Fox, placing
his hand inside to untie the bedquilt, received
a terrible blow from a dub in tbe hands of
the maniac, which nearly broke bis arm
Ihe policemen now burst through the door
when one of them, who happened to stumble
over a trunk, was struck over the shoulders
with the clnb and severely injured Tue
madman was then seized and manacled
Besides the club with which the unfortu
nate man had provided himself, a heavy dag-
ger was found upon the widow casing. The
children were lying crosswise upon tlie bed
frightened almost to death, and the eldest'
declared that be had arranged to kill them ■
all at midnight.
Letters found upon Smith’s person show
that his wife is at present an inmate of the
msane asylum at Utica, N. Y. A letter from
Dr. Gray, the physician of the institution
stated that she was improving. He also hud
s letter from a brother at Freedburg. Ili
inviting Him to bring his children there, aud
was provided with railroad passes to St
Louis. He is about 35 years ol age, and has
been a sergeant in the 15th New York caval
ry, as shown by his discharge.
They kill pigs by steam in Chicago A
great iron claw, with fingers, hooks out the
pigs which are quarrelling in the pen below,
and lifts the porkers to a gibbet near by, and
then plunge them gain into scalding water
By the machine Ifty porciues are killed,
‘’‘'tided <’<'rened leaned, split, and bung in
- icauy io» suiting, within an hour.
Death or the Historian Hildreth.—
Richard Hildreth, Esq, late U. 8. consul at
, M ® died in Florence on the 11th ultimo,
*n the 59th year of bis age. He long enjoyed
e reputation of an abki writer, and his his-
Juna J* 16 Smiled States will long remain a
standard on the subject.
18a Bt P art lad who declared that
cou ld hot be parsed because it)
Hatched ° U not lje a3c enained before it is
On tki Short n.*< of Hataan Ll*.
(From-an old Magazine.]
Lute as a damask rote yon see,
Or like toe blossom on a tree,
Or like the dainty flower in May,
Or like the mu ruing to the day ;
Or like the sen, or like the shade,
Or like the gourd which Jonas bad;
K’eu such ts man, whose thread is spun,
Drawn out and cut, and so is done,
Withers the rose, the blossom blasts.
The flowem fades, the morning hastes,
The sun doth sit, the shadows fly,
The gourd consumes, and mortals die.
lake to the grass that’s newly sprang.
Or like a tale that’s new begun;
Or hke a bird that's here to-day,
Or like the pearled dew of Mar,
Or like an hour, or like a span,
Or like till .ingmg ot a swan ;
E'en such is man, who lives by breath,
Is here, now there, In life aud death ;
The gia»a decays, the tale doth end,
The bird v flown, Uie dews ascent!:
The hour D short, tne span not long,
The swan’s Aai death, man’s life ii doue.
Like hi the bubble In the brook,
Or in ,i ulass, much like a look ;
Oi like the shuttle hi the hand,
or like the writing in the sand;
Or like a thought, or like a dream.
Or like the gliding of the stream;
E’en such Is man who Ueos by breath,
Is here, now there, in life and deatlff
The bubble’s burst, the look’s forgot,
The shuttle’s flung, the writing’s blot;
The thought Is past, the dream ts gone.
• The water glides, man’s life ts done.
Pkkswbst Giffrakjj, of Hath. —He has
a farm of 400 acre”,, named “Cadnja,' about
two German miles from Port au Prince. He
has 50 or 00 men to work on it. He has no
ploughs—the canelields are cultivated with
the hoe, a very slow process, but be has a
steam engine to grind liis cane. He has ox
carts to bring the cane to the mill. The cane
is out with a machete (or short thick sword;
the same H 9 in Cuba. He bus horses and
carriages for bis family, but he rides gener
ally on horseback ;he is a good rider. The
rice from the ricefields in llayti is cut with
knives, by hand; they have no scythes to
mow or cradle it with, which makes it a
slow process. A farmer, 30 miles from Port
au Prince, now here on his way to Liberia,
has a farm of 20 acres, including 7 acres of
cane, and makes sugar. He takes it in his
horse cart to his boat landing, and then by
water 20 miles, to Port au Prince, where lie
sells it at 3 to 4 dollars per pound, their mo
ney (from 18 to 24 cents in gold). He raised
800 pounds of cotton in a year, which he sold
in Port au Prince at 5 dollars per pound—
(l6 paper dollars equal to one gold dollars) —
say 30 cents per pound in gold. He has a
plough, aud ploughs his land with a horse ;
he has no oxen.
Attempt, o Bank Robbery is New Yohji.—
The Fire Marshal’s investigation ol the cir
cumstances connected with the fire on Satur
day eveuibg last, nt G3O Broadway, showed
it, as suspected at the time, to have been a
piece of incendiarism, and to have bcetwnn
uected with a plot to rob the Eighth National
Bank. The burglars had actually effected
their entrance to that institution anil begun
operation, when they were alarmed by the
return to it of a night porter, who had’beeu
absent for a short time, and in their flight
they left behind burglars’ tools, a coat be
longing to one of the party, and evidences
that, they had already commenced their
work. In one of the pockets of this coat
were found loaded pistols, aud a letter from
one of the robbers to auother one, giving the
plan of operations. They no doubt set fire
to the building tor the purpose of assisting
in their escape. It is supposed that three
men were engaged in the attempted robbery
and incendiarism, none of whom have yet
been arrested. *
Off fob Home. —Not a day passes, says
the Atlanta Intelligencer, but we see fami
lies, with the small remnant of this world’s
goods that war has left them, baddled to
gether in box cars in transitu for home. It is
painful to note the care now depicted on
faces that once were joyous and happy.—
Time was when tnauy of these did not pre
sent a spectacle of abject want so plainly in
dicated uow by their scant apparel, but could
boast of pleuty in homes where hospitality
had a permanent abiding place. How it
must wring their hearts—those fond pa
rents—to see tiny feet shoeless, aud little
flaxen heads go bare in the storm. But the
loss of fortune, and a dim fading away of
darling hopes into uothingness, are not all
the griefs of these pilgrims. Manly forms
that went forth in the pride of youth, with a
mother’s blessing, have laid down to rest
forever in a stranger land.
The National Democratic Association have
issued au address from Washington, to tbe
democracy oi the country, urging them to
rally to the support ol Andrew Johnson.
The address oi the Association takes strong
grounds against conferring upon negroes the
rights of citizenship, on the ground that they
are unqualified by education, and as a race
so greatly inferior to the whites, a»-K> lower
the standard of average intelligence by inter
mingling. This is declared to be a white
mans government and negroes a foreign ele
ment which cannot be assimilated. The Im
mediate readmission of the rebellous States
to the sacred circle, with all their rights and
piivileges Unabridged, is also urged upou the
ground that the Federal government cannot
exist while a portion of the States compris
ing it are free, and another portion virtually
enslaved by military government.
A correspondent of the Louisville Journal,
writing from Lexington, Ky., savs that the
negro hegira is still going, and the number
of colored people who daily leave here seems
to be fully as large as it was two weeks ago.
Early in the morning, on every road leadiug
to the city, negroes, male and female, stout,
feeble and crippled, old, middle-aged and
pickaninnies, can be seen hurrying to the
Provost Marshal’s office, to get magic paper
which takes them from under the control of
their former owners, and places them at lib
erty to wander at will In search of employ
ment and the blessings of freedom.
Hints to Pendants.— Wm. Cullen Bryant
gave the following excellent advice to a
young man who ottered him an article for
the Evening Po9t:
My young friend, I observe that you have
used several French expressions in your ar
ticle. I think if you will study the English
language that you will find it capable of ex
pressing all the ideas you may have written,
I do not recall an instant when I was tempt
ed to use a foreign word, hut that on search
in£. I found a bitter one in my own lan
A Great Indian War Brbwino All the
u? C< . ll i! nt3 f, ° m tlle P lains are to the effect
that before the coming on of the winter we
shall have on baud the greatest Indian war
we have ever fought. Since the massacre of
the Chej’ennes by Colonel Chivington, the
ludinns have been breaking out into constant
hostilities and not a day has passed for six
weeks past that the overland telegraph wires
usnallv o tnn eeD f o Ut B y®\ era atically at points
usually ten or fifteen miles apart. This is a
new feature, and indicates a general concert
of action on the part of the Indian tribes—
H athmrjton Cor. N. Y. World.
From Fort re•• Monroe.
Fortress Monroe, August 11, 1865.—Tbe
son of John Mitchel arrived here last eve
ning from Richmond, the object of his visit
being to see his father. He succeeded so far
as to see General Miles and make kuown his
request to him personally; but, having no
authority from the War Department for ad
mission to the fortress, he could not be al
lowed entrance. He was gentlemanly in his
request, and took the refusal with like good
grace. General Miles told him bis father was
Well, which seemed to pacify him much un
der his disappointment. Young Mitchel left
this morning. He is a fine appearing young
man, of agreeable address and conversation.
He was officer in the rebel army.
VILIIBLE Bill,DlMi I4K
r O & SAIiB.
FRONTING ON THE PARK.
The Most Elliglble Building Lots
in the City.
CONSTITUTING AN ENTIRE BLOCK.
THE nnrtproftfiied offer* Cor sale seven (Tj Building
Lot*, fronting on the I’ark. Bounded us follows :
North by HnnlintMou street.
E *ot by Whltuk«r street and Forsyth Place.
South t>y Hull street.
Writ by Barnard street.
Lots known in the plan of the city as Nos. 1,2, 2, 4.
f>, 6 and 7, Forsyth P*a(*e and Ward.
KKWIN A HARDEE. .
anl7-lw bay street.
V A J, U A II L K
Timber A Turpentine Lunds
20,000 Acres in Pierce and Ware Coun
rpilE subscriber otters for sale 20,000 acres of Supe-
X rior Timber and UnriK-ntlnc Land* lying in
Pierce and W ire counties, in this state. These luiids
were s. Iccted with a -peel a i view to the timber and
turpentine* btp*Suo«», and to a Company contempla
ting the priiseontion of that business on a large scale,
uffci the greatest possible advantages, a* the lands
He in a body, on the tine of the Albany and Gulf Hull
road, and near the junction of that Road with the
lines of Railroad leading from Brunswick to Albany.
They are also watered by the Satilla aud AUapaha
rivers, nnvagable streams for rafting to Brunswick
and Darien, lia. The timber is heavy, and of the first
class of ranging timber, the trees yielding turpentine
in the greatest abundance, while the land is of good
quality for farming, yielding good crops of Com, Cot
ton, Sugar. Ac, Ac.
The range is very fine for stock, the country being
also well adapted to the rai-iug of Sheep. The wuter
is good, and the neighborhood one of the most
healthy sections of the State, being free from fevers
and the ordinary disease!* of the low Southern coun
Persons desiring to purchase, are refer* ed for fur
ther particulars to Messrs. Erwin & Hardee, Savan
nah, or to the subscriber, at Blackshear, Pierce couu
_au4-tf E. C. WADE.
A HA3FI33 OZZANCE
‘\K7TLL be sold at Public Auction, In the city of
▼ v Savannah, ou the sth day of September next,
The mill site with Sawmill thereunto belonging, sit
uated in the county of Chatham, Mate of Georgia,
about nine miles from the city of Savannah on the
Ogeechee Canal, together with all the machines, tix
tuies, buildings, outhouses, stables, &c. t Ac.
Thu site of the mill contains nine acres of land with
very capacinus back water. The Ogeechee canal be
ing in the course of reconstruction will be finished in a
short time, when lumber can be rafted to and from
points ou the A. A G. K. It. and the city of Savannah,
and will thus afford better facilities for rafting than
any other mill in the State of Georgia, For limber
particulars apply to M. J. i^OLOMONs.t
A FARM on Vernon Shell Road, S.L' miles from
the city, containing HOT acres, suitable for mar
ket gardens or Inr cnltme of cotton and part lurltcj
TO to ts» acres cleared, balance has valuable wood.—'
Thu place lias been healthy and has excellent facili
ties for raising stock and poultiy. Buildings were de
stroyed in the war T tie warranted. Terms cash, or
securities at market value. See Plat at my office, ol>
aulT-fl HENRY BRYAN.
SAYILLE & LEACH.
STATION.E K Y .
TIMBER CUTTERS’ BANK,
CORNER BRYAN STREET AND MAR
KET SQUARE, SAVANNAA, GA.
The trade supplied at the lowest Cash P rices.
' Every variety of Stationery for office and general
The undersign, and has re-opened the alx>vc Store, where
wUI he found »»n aFsortmrrr^vf
Cap, Letter and Note
OF ALL QUALITIES.
BILIiS XjAIDINI G ,
E IV V ELOPEH.
CARMINE AND BLACK INKS, in stands
and bottles ; PENS, PENHOLDERS,
PENCILS, INK STANDS,
OFFICE MUCILAGE, •
By the next steamer he will receive
Northern Dailies and Weeklies
and will hereafter keep a complete assortment
Latest Papers and Periodicals
angs J. H. KSTILL.
Ol|A REAMS Superfine Commercial Note Paper,
«W *'/ 2 pounds to the ream, at the very low price
of $2 BO per ream.
Also, a large variety of other Papers, Envelopes,
Pens, Ink, Pencils, Ac.
For sale by
SAVUXK & LEACH,
nnl2 cor. Bryan street aud Market Square.
And Merchants' Uow, Hilton Head, 9. C.
THOS. W. BROOKS
FURNITURE AND GENERAL
Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
N. B.—All ORDERS sent by Malt promptly at
tended to. .|y3l-tt
QUEENS WARE HOUSE,
1011 Broughton Street,
tioosu door rag, comes scll ,,Ttttx.
A large and elegant Stock of
*Uiii Quecunrare, Gists, Ac.,
J net received bom the manufacturers, and for sale at
. LOWEST NEW YORK PRICKS.
JOBBERS AND DEALERS
From all parts of tbe Country are Invited to examine
Which Includes packages containing complete oreort
meuta. pat up expressly for
Assorted Crates of WHITE GRANITE WARE,
9 “ COMMON WARE.
WAEE. WHITS GRANITE and COMMON
Goods re packed to suit purchasers.
aul-lm . E. V. SMYTH.
Ckm**h PI rectory i
\C6f*ipU*d ftpiYuaty/or tha savannah Daily Herald A
Cathedral of St, John the Baptist—northeast corner
of Perry and Drayton streets.—Maw Cl-2 a. m., 81-2
a. m. High Mum 10 1-2 a. ra. Vesper* 4p. m. Sunday
School 2 1-2 p. ra.; Station* ot the Cross; concluding
with the Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament,
Friday evening, 7 o'clock. Clergy—Right Rev. Au
gUFtus Terot, &. D., Bishop of Savannah ; J. F. O’Neil,
Sr., Vicar General; Rev. Peter Dufau, Rev. Henry P.
St. Patrick's Church—southeast corner of We«t
Broad and Liberty streets.—Rev. Charles Prendergaet.
Rev. Peter Whelan,—Mam 8 1-2 a. m , High Mas* at
10 1-2 a. m.
protest an [ episcopal churches.
Christ Church—east aide of Johnson Square, coiner
Bull and Congress streets—Rev. Charles Coley, As
sistant Rector. Service at 10 a. ra.; Evening Prayer,
5 1-2 p. m.: Sunday School4 p. m.
St. John's Church—west side of Madison Square,
comer Ball and Charlton streets—Rev. C. F. Mcttac,
Rector. Servlet at 101-2 a. in., 4 p. m : Sunday
School 9 a. m; Win. S. Bogart, Superintendent.
Prayers Wednesdays aud Friday*. 5 p* m.
nzTHomsT oucscur*. ,
Trinity Church—west aide St James Square, corner
Barnard and York streets—Rev. A. M. Yvinn, Pastor
Service lo>£ a. in. andSp. in., Sunday; Prayer meet
log, Tuesday Afternoon at sp. ni. Sunday at
5 p. m. Sunday Afternoon, Mr. C. D. Rogers, fcup’t.
Savannah Lutheran Church—EHst side of Wright
Square, corner Bu>l and State street —Rev. D. M.
Gilbert. Pastor. Service** at 10 1-2 a. in ;sp. m. Sun
day .Sc hool 9 a. in.; Johu T. Thomas, superintendent.
Service Thursdays, 3 1-2 p. m.
FBI SIIY TEL IA N CHURCHES.
Independent Presbyterian Church—Southwest cor
ner Bull and South Broad streets—Rev. I. S. K. Axson,
Pastor, services 10 1-2 a. m., sp. m. Sunday School
9a. m ; John W. Anderson, Superintendent. Service
haptjst church eo.
Savannah Baptist Church—West side of Chippewa
Square, corner Bull and Hull street*— Rev. Sylvauus
Landrum, Pastor, Service 10 1-2 a. m and sp. m.
Sunday school 4 1-2 p. m.; George W. Davis, Super
intendent. Service Thursdays at sp. in.
Mickva Israel—Northeast c rner of Whitaker and
Liberty streets—Rev. A. Epstein, Reader. Service
Friday, 3 o’clock p. m ; Saturday, 9 1-2 o’clock a. m.
Bnui Benth Jacob—Armory Hull building, West
side Wright Square, corner Bull mid Stute streets—
Services Friday, 5 o’clock p. nt.; Saturday, 9 o’clock
COLORED OH U6UEB. .
First African. Baptist Church—West side Franklin
Square*, corner Montgomery and Bryau streets—Rev.
Wm. Campbell, Pastor. Service 10 1-2 am., 3 1-2 and
7p. m. Sunday School 2p. ra.; James Sims, Super
intendent: Charles L. De LaMotta, Assistant. Church
service Thursdays, 7p. ra,; prayers, Mondays, 7
Second African Baptist Charch-West side Green
Square, corner State and Houston streets—Rev. John
Cox, Pastor. Service 1U 1-2 a. in., 3 1-2 and 7p. m.
Sunday School 2 1-2 p in.: Herman Eves, Superin
tendent; Win. Gorgan, Assistant. Prayers Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 7 p. m.
Third African Baptist Church—Bryan, near Fahm
street—Rev. E. Houston, Pastor. Service 10 a m , 3
and 7p. • in. Prayers Mond .ys and Thursdays, 7p. m.
Fourth African Baptist Church—Liberty, near Mont
gomery streets—Rev. Isaac Brown, Pastor; Rev. Henry
T<.ylor, Assistant Pastor. Service 10 1-2 a. m. t 3 1 2
and 7 p. ra. Prayers Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church—'West side Calhoun
Squar i—ftev. James Porter, Lay Reader. Service 10
a. m., 7p. m.
Union Methodist Episcopal—New street, near Fahm
street. North Central Railroad Depot—ltev. William
Bentley, Pastor. Service 10 u. m., 3 1-2 and 7p. m.
Sunday School 12 1-2 p. m.; Henry Bates, superin
m CIirBCHKS OLOOEP.
German Lutheran Church—Corner Drayton and
Wesley Chapel—Northeast corner of Lincoln and
South. Broad stieets.
Penfleld's Mariners' Churqfa—Bay street. South aide,'
between Abercoru and Lincoln streets.
First Presbyterian Church—East sjde of Monterey
Square, corner Bull and Taylor streets.
Solouok’B Lodge* No. 1, meets first Thursday In
each month, tt. T. Turner, W. M.; John Nicholson,
8. W.; John Foley, F. W.; J. Holbrook Estill. S. D.;
H. L. Schreiner, J. D.; James M. Jones, Secretary;
Jamei Lttchilsou.dr, Treasurer
Zkrhi'maui.e Loi gk, No. 15, meets second Thursday
in each month. Win. Greene, W M.; David Thomp
son, S. W.; Thomas Baliantiue, J. W.; M. Reich, S.
D.; Stein, J. D.: John Houston, Secretary; Alfred
Clinton Lodge, No. r»4, meets first and third Mon
days in each month. S. E. Byck. W.JL; Johu Rather*
lord, S. W.; Win. Giblsms, J. W.; IvHeilzieun, S. D.;
—, J. D.; David U. Galloway Secretary; Wm
M. Davidwn, Treasurer.
Ancient Landmark Lodge, No. 23.—N0 regular
meetings during the summer months. Edward C.
Hough, W. M-; Wm. F Holland, S. W.; J. 11. Dc
niund, J. W.; C. L. Hackett, S. D.; , J. D.
Ge rgia Chai tkr, No. 3.—Closed for the summer.
R. T. Turner, il. P.: Win. Greene, K.; W. F. Holland,
S. David H. Galloway, M. C\; J. Holbrook Estill P.
t*.; John Foley, Al. 3d V.; M. Reich, M. 2d V.; 11. L.
bchreiuer, 11. Ist V.; Thomas Baliantiue, C. H.
Gkouuia Council, No. I.—Closed until winter.
Oglethorpe Lodge, No. 1 meets every Tuesday eve
ning, at their hall, Bay street, over Nichoi’s Printing
Office. Robt, U. FoOtmau, N. G.; Charles F, Preston,
V. G.; Charles Gross. Secretary; W, J. Clemeuce,
Live Oak Lodge, No. 3. meets every Friday evening
at the southwest corner of Bull aid Broughton streets.
4th story. Robt. M. Burt tidiness. N. G.; John Hous
ton, V. G • David H. Gdloway, Secretary: David
DlKalii Loimu: No. 9, 'meets every Mouduy eve
ning, southwest Corner of Bull aud broughtou streets,
4th story. Henry J. Quuntock, N. G.; Johu Neil, V.
G.; C. C. Aliilar/Secretary , C\ P. Luudcrsbiue, Trea
Magnolia Enoamduent, No.' 1, meets 2d and 4tli
Wednesday in each month in Dcliulb Lodge Room.—
Daviu Bailey, C. P.; Robt. Groves, H. P.; J. Hol
brook Estill, S. W.; Chas. Grooves, secretary ; James
it. Haupt, Treasurer.
Sea Island Hotel.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
Tuesday, June 20th, 1865.
THIS new Hotel, situated on the most desirable
spot on tbe eastern bank Os Hilton Head Island, af
fords a flue view of the Pier, Buy, Ocean, and sur
rounding is'snds. The scenery is quite as pleasing
and Interesting, in every respect, as the famous wa
tering place of Newport, R. I.r and is altogether os
healthful a place to spend the summer months. It
has a One hard .mootn beach, seventeen miles long,
affording a more charming drive than the celebrated
Beach at Nabant, Mass., and os fine sea bathing as
at that place or Cape May.
The House has over seventy large, airy rooms, and
verandahs on three sides of nil the stories; the turui
ture is entirely new, and the tables will be furnished
with the best that can be procured here and ia the
Northern markets. Every effort will be made to ren
der the Hotel all that the most fastidious can desire.
Billiard Rooms sad sea Bat hlng houses will soon be
la readiness for guests. Ju23 ts
Port Roval House,
HILTON HEAD, S C.
RIDDELL A RCGQ, PiortiiTOst,
x. 8, lunnxr.u m. f. buoo.
SAVANNAH, GA .
W. H. WILTBBRGER A CO., Propeietohs.
W. u. w’II.TULKUEK. i. a. MARTELS.
watches, jewelry, &r.
BAMIJEL p. HAMILTON
(Successor to Wilmot A Richmond.)
dealer in —-
COBMXB WUITAEEE, Sr. JULIAN AMD OnORRAA St» ,
Watches and Jewelry repaired. Chronometers
rated by transit.
Cash paid for old Gold and Silver. jySB-tf
MTU RIVER AURIMRI
GRIFFINO, BROTHER A 00., PBOnunoEi,
ts AMD 90 CottnXAND STREET.
Manufacture™ of Hows, Harrows, Cultivators, Cot
ton Sweeps, Corn Mills, Cotton Hina, Ac.
Every Implement wanted Ire the Planter, Also,
dealers in Field and Qardem Seeds. Aleo, Agents for
Bmce-oConcentrated Manure, Bone, Ac.
Send for drool ar. ju JO Ml
UHOCERIKK. Uftt UM, 4m.
NTUART Ac C*o.,
TEAS, WINES AND LIQUORS,
Corner Bull axd Broughton Streets.
Special attention paid to conntry orders from Fami
ne'* and for the Trade.
Good* delivered to all parts of the city free of
L. Y. Stuart. H. M. Keixogg.
PIERCE SKEHAN ST
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
In Fine Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Clothine,
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Llqnors and Segan.
Also, Skehan's Celebrated
GOLDEN ALK AND CHAMPAGNE t’IDEK,
In bottle and In wood.
London and Dublin Brown Stoat, Scotch and Eng
lish Ales, Ac.
Liberal deductions made to the trade.
ITO BItOCOHTON STREET, SAVANNAH,
and C 2 Liberty street, New York.
GADEN & UNCKLES,
GENERAL PRODUCE *m> COMS’N MERCHANTS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PRO
Corneb or Bat and Baknabd Stbibts, . *
Highest market rates paid for Cotton, Wool, Hides,
Ac., and liberal cash advances made on shipments to
our New York House. anlS
Geo. A. Hudson,
Wholesale aud Retail Dealer
Groceries, Ales, Wines, Segars,
BOrtK EAST OOBNER OF
EAST BROAD AND BROUGHTON STREETS,
KIRLIN & KIENZLE,
Wholesale and Retail
ALES, WINES AND LAGER BIER.
165 BAY STREET,
Os best quality, 50x5R per lineal yard.
For sale by ,
* FOWLE & 00.
jnT.9 Cm No. 70 Broadway, N. Y.
KIRLIN, BRO. & BURKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Hfi, W INES m LIQUORS.
CORNER WHITAKER STREET AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED A DELIVERED.
Imported aud Domestic
WINES AND LIQUORS,
At Wliolcsnle, for Family Use,
AT 207 BAY STREET.
ISRAEL R. SEALY & CO,
1,000 bushels OATS,
1,000 do WHITE CORN.
cue&f jo close consiokai wt.
Klso—lso pounds Celebrated Zephyr Puff SMOKING
TOBACCO. N. A. HARDEE & CO.,
Jy3l-tf Bay street, 9 Stoddard’s Buildings.
BY , RECENT ARRIVALS.
PAINTS AND OILS.
t’HAS. L. COLBY & CO..
nugl’J-tf Corner Bay and Abercoru at re eta.
LEAF AND SMOKING TOBACCO.
lis.ono Superior Havana Segars, (Jenny Lind)
30 bales Spanish Leaf Tobacco
2,000 lbs. choice Spanish Smoking Tobacco
3,000 bunches Spanish Cigarettes -
Just received direct from Havana.
I have also in Store a large lot of the best brands
Virginia Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
Anderson’s and Llllenthal's Fine Cat Chewing To
Mcrchanm. Brier Root and other Pipes.
All of which I nm prepared to sell at Wholesale or
Corner Bull and Corigress streets,
tuglC-tf Under Screven House.
VIRtINM TOBAti) lIiEIV,
Cteorge A. Grump & Cos.,
20 9 Bboad Stbixt, Acodbta, Oa,
HAVE on hand a large and well sdlectqd stock of
Manufactured aud Smoking Tobacco.
Samples sent by Express when dosired. 3m Ja2o
RECEIVED PER STEAMER CIIASK,
200 kits (new lfWifs), No. 1 Family
auD-tf N. A. HARDEE k CO.
-I OST RECEIVED from Baltimore, per schooner
O J, H. Williams, six casks of Duffield's Sugar
For sale by
auJS-1 Corner Bryan and Jefferson sts.
V O R SALE,
in BBLS. DODDLE EXTRA FLOUR
t:U 24 half bbls Nos. 1 and 2 Mackerel
so kitts No. 1 Mackerel
SS boxes Colgate Soap and Candles
20 boxes Pickles, assorted
35 boxes English Dairy Cheese
45 cases assorted Liquors and Cordials
24 nests Packing Trunks
T cases Cotton Cards, No.JIO
2 cases extra quality Clothing
1 case ftne Cutlery
On consignment, and for sale low by
CRANE, JOHNSON A ORAYBILL,
»nl94> 80 Bay street.
1A TIERCES CHOICE BACON SHOULDERS,
IV landing Ron schooner J. H. Williams, from
Baltimore. For sale br
•019-1 CHANS, JOHNSON A.GRAYBILL.
COMBMK* MBMCHANT*, Ac,
Mordecai & Go..
N. E. CORNER OF GAY AND LOMBARD STS ,
Opposite the Custom House,
THE undersigned have established a Honee in this
city, under the style of MORDECAI A CO., for the
purpose of cairying on a General Commission and
J. RANDOLPH MORDECAI
Advances made ou consignment to the honse of
Mordecai A Cos., Charleston, S. C.
- August 1, ISGS. aulv-d
JACKSON' & WARROCK,
AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION
Personal attention given to forwarding Merchandise
and Cotton. aul9-lm
TO SHIPPERS OF COTTON AM) OTHER
FENNER, BENNETT St BOWMAN,
Successors to Hotchkiss, Fenner 4 Bennett.
No. 40 Vfset Sxueet, ~kw Yon*.
• And Memphis, Ter.n.
Tuomas Ffnnee, IltNßv Biknett, D. W. Bowman.
J>6 » on.
CHAN. L. COLBY & CO.,
Shipping Commission and Forwarding
JONES BLOC|K, CORNER BAT AND ABERCORN STREET
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 at Augusta, Go.
Messrs. Dabney, Morgan & Cos., New York.
Jarivs Slade, Esq., New York,
lion. J Wiley Edmands, Boston.
Gardner Colby, Esq., Boston. jylS—tl
Lewis L. Jones,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Ab IT Broadway, Hew York.
Liberal advances on Shipments to abov e Consign,
menu made by
HUNTER St GAMMELL,
Agents Pioneer Line Steamships,
84 Bay Street, Savannah.
Reference in New York—
Messrs. Srorroan, Tii.eston St Cos. <
may26 3 mo
Woodward, Baldwin A Cos.,
110 Duane Street, New York,
» and 11 Hanover St., Baltimore.
DRY GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Liberal advances made on Consignments, Sheetings,
Osnaburgs mid Yarns. jyls
L. J. Guilmartin & Cos.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND SHIPPING
148 Bay Street.
(Opposite the City Hotel,)
PARTICULAR p Jcntiongiven to procuring Freights,
and filling enters for Hard Pint Timber aud Lum
ber, Cotton, Wool, Hides, &c.
L. i. GUILMARTIN, JOHN FLANNERY. *. W. bRUMMOND.
CEO. R. CRUMP & CO.,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
209 Broat> Street, AratmTA, Qa.
James B. Cahill,
GROCER and COMMISSION MKIICHAKT?
COTTON Purchased and Shipped. Merchandise
bought and sold on Commission.
Will also take Agencies for the sale of any Goods
and Merchandize required in the Southern market.
jy22 3m _
M. J. SOLOMONS,
TE7ILL attend to the Selling or Receiving and For
ft warding all kinds of Merchandise. Produce, Ac
Office for the present at the Drug Store of J. M.
Abrahams A Cos. jy2l-lm
JOHN S. SUIIS & fO.,
Forwarding- and Commission
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, Ac.,
NOS. 1 AND 2 SAMMIS’ BLOCK,
Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
JMQ. 8. RAM MIS. ED. li. SAMMIS. CQAS. L. MATHER
* In all kinds of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS and PRODUCE,
Wkst W AsniNUTON Market,
Opposite 143 West at., Bulkhead between Barclay and
Potatoes, Apples and Onions constantly on hand, and
put up for the Southern market
All consignments promptly attenked to.
tST" Refers to A. L. Bradley, A. Haywood, T. ,1.
Walsh, and J. H. Parsons.
Beyan Street, next to Mfrohaktb* and Planters*
Broker and Commission Agent
FOB SALE AND PURCHASE OF
STOCKS, BANK NOTES, PRODUCE, Ac.,
And for Forwarding Cotton.
Drugs, Medicines, aud Chemicals.
A choice selection of
, and TRUSSES,
LANDED FROM NEW FORK.
Apothecar.et, Planters, and trad; rs from the iutori
wr, can be supplied at the shortest notice,
lean warrant every article as being pare.
A large quantity of European 1. KECIIKS, finest
JUI the Patent Medicines extant on band.
One hundred cases Jacobs* Dysenteric Cordial.
ALL WILL BE SOLD LOW’ FO CASH,
WROtt.ALI AND UTAH.
Corner Broughton and Barnard streets.
N, B. -Fresh Garden Seedx WAIJSH
juia-a m Proprietor.
ASTROUG TOP-COVERED BUGGY AND HAR
NESS, IN OOOD ORDER.
Apply at Northwest corner of Price and St. Julian
HEADERS DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH, i
Ist .Division. Department of Georgia, v
Savannah, Ua„ Aug. 14,1365.1
No. 13. f
All CommlM toned Officers and enllated men belong
lag to the 14t|i Maine, Bth Indiana and 18th Indiana
Volunteers, no w on detached service within thie Dis
trict, will join their commands at once fbr muster out
By Command of
Bret et Major General J. M. BRANNON.
Wilt A. Oonxi) s, A. A. Gen. aul6-v
HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH. 7"
1»t vis,on, Dimram or (,sama i. [
Savannah, July 89. imo f
SPitial Oku ni. t
No. 14. f
, „ . ;um™.]
I. Capt. John Maitiu Luaaiue. Schooner “M.rv
Agu», having violated tie.ieral Order No' »
quarten. Depmuncnt of the South. May 6. itaS
liehiug quarantine regulutiona for the Uiat kr of s.
vaunaTj, Ga.. k, allowing
« ° re n ,^ Cby ? nedU,u ” f °ue
£ paid. 1 P ‘ H ‘ ™ Dfln mtu ' until abov e
By Comicand of
a- . C Brevet Maj. Gen J. M BHANNAN
ftii.LA.Cori.TFtt. Capt « A AO • k-., "•
HEADQUARTEUS, DISTHICT OF SAVANNAH t
Ist Division, Def’t. of GEoaoia, ’ l
Savannah, Ga., August Ist, ltAft ,
General OrdxbsA •
No. 9. /
from Headquarters Denart
mem ot Georgia, is published for the mfurmatmS <!f
and will be carried into ex«n[^
HEADQ’RS DEPARMENT OF GEORGIA >
C utcui.au, i AnKUSU - laij «• 18 “- 7
No. 1. f
In order to afford ample opportunity to the peonle
of Georgia to take the oath oi allegiance preecribedin
1560, it ia ordered, flret, Diatrirt Commander, willjfl
once select, for the pnrpoae ot admiuUt, lint; the
oi Allegiance, one Aseist ant Provoet Maraii,.i foreVH
sou. coantifce in hia diatrict, lejairting the
mich officers eo selected to thi.- office; these offlcH
will, however, proceed at once to administer the oiM
of Allegiance. ”
Second District Commanders will designate the
four counties assigned to each District Provost Mar
oftL a DM,ict Sa ' Ue Wi; * lieuumbereil k* a Subdiviaion
™«a. The Assistant Provost Marshal so designated
w ill visit the county soat of each county in his
vision as often as practicable, and remain in earh
county seat Uiree or four days; at such visit ho first
causing public uoUce to be given of the time, in the
newspapers of the district or otherwise. All uossiUe
despaten must be used by the Assistant provost Alrr
shal to complete administering the oath to citizens
consistent with their duties and the public interest
Fourth For.information on the smject of the duties of
Assistant Provoet Marshals in administering the ostli
form of report to this office, Ac., attention ts cXd
Circular 6, Headquartrs Military Division of the t, ~
nessee, June 26, tStii. Ltn '
• By command of
, Major General STKEDMAN
(Signed) c. B. GROSVEnok,
Brevet Brig. Gen. and Provoet Marshal Gen
Brevet Maj'. Gen. J. M. BRANNAN
Wn.L A. CocLTUE, A. A. G. au2-7
HEADQ’RS DISTRICT OK SAVANNAH.
Ist Division, Dep’x of Guouoia,
Off tog OF PaovoST Mabsal.
. Savannah. Ga., August loth, 1866
The following is published for the information of all
|ity tuleoraph fuom AUGUSTA, dated august M ISCS 1
To Lieut. Col. K. P. York : ’
Vour despatch received. My order of August 3d am
plies to women aud children as well as men and the v
must take the oath before the privileges can be granted
C. ft. OPX.SVC.NOU,
Brevet Brig. Gen. and P. M G
By order of Department of George.
Brev. Maj. Gen. J. M. BRANNAN
... ». ROBT. P. YORK,
anll_t Lieut. Col. and Provost Marshal.
HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OP SAVANNAH
Ist Division Dipabtmem of Gkoegia, ’
Savaunah, Ga. August 16, 1665.
General Orders, )
No. 16. /
All Commissioned Officers and enlisted men belong
mg to the ;sth New York Vols.. 30th Milne Vols. and
Loih Mass. \ ols., on detached service aud aoscut from
their commands, will be relieved at once and ordered
to jom their respective regiments for muster out
By command of
.. r . _• «vt Major Gen. J. M. BRANNAK.
V» ii.l. A. Coulter, A. A. G. augl(|«2
OPPICIA D—SUII-DlsiT. OF OGEECHEE.
HKADQ’RS SUB-DISTRICT OF OGEECHEE,
Savannah, Qa., Aug Ist 16,1866
No. 23. /
Hereafter no Carta, Wagons, or conveyances of any
kind will be allowed to assemble in the vicinity of the
Public Market except during Market hours
No goods of any kind will be exposed for sale In
the vicinity of the Public Market except during Mar
Alt persons found violating this order will be sum
marily dealt with.
The Provost Marshal is charged with the execution
of this order.
By command of
T ANARUS„. „ „ Brevet Brigadier General DAVIS.
JWm. H. Folk, A. A. A. G. . augl6
UEADQ’RS SUB-DISTRICT OF OGEECUKIi,»
Savannah, Ga., August 6, 1865. f
No. 14. /
To insure a more thorough Inspection of the Sani
tary condition of this city, it will be divided into six
(6) Wards, and each ward will be provided with one (U
It shall be the duty of each Inspector to examine
their respective Wards, and report daily to the Health
Officer any violation of the Sanitary Laws of this city
heretofore published, which violation will be punished
by a flue of not less than Five f*s; Dollars, nnd U6t to
exceed Fifty Csso) Dollars.
By Command of Brevet Brig. Gen. DAVIS
Jno. Mullen, A. A. A. G. au 7
HEADQ’RS SUB*DISTRICT OF (jfeEECHEE, i
Savannah, Ga., August 6, 1866 J
No. 19. f
All AiH.thecaries and Druggists in the city are strictly
prohibiten from selling any poisonous drugs, such as
opium oi- its preparations Strychnine, Corrosive Subli
mate, Ac , without the prescription of a Physician of
character and standing m the profession, or a Medical
officer of llie United states, which prescription must
lie kept on file by the Druggist for inspection.
Alt suspected or acknowledged cases of Small Poe,
Varioloid, Yellow Fever, Measles, or Typhus Fever,
must be promptly reported to the Health Officer, cor
uer Broughton aud Bull streets, by the Physician at
tending, or by any person cognizant of existence of
By Command of Brevet. Brig. Gen. DA Via
Jno. Mullen. A. A. A. G. a uT
HEADQ’RS SUB-DISTRICT OF OGEECHEE,
savannah, Ga., August 9, 1665,
No. 20. |
Hereufter and until furthers, all Commissioned Of
ficers of the Unti«H States Army visiting this city will
be required to Register their names at these Head
quarters, stating authority and length of absence.
By command ot
. „ Bvt. Brig. Gen. E. P. DAVIS
Jno. Mullen, A. A A. G. aniO
HEADQ’RS SUB-DISTRICT OF OGEECHEE, 1
Savannau, Ga., August 13,1865. )
No. 21. /
Capt. Jno. Mnllen, 12th Conn. Infantry, Is hereby
relieved from duty as A A. A. General, Sub-District of
Ogeechee, as his Regiment is to be mastered out of
Ist Lieut. W. H. Folk, Adjutant 173d N. Y. Infantry,
is hereby announced as A. A. A. G. cf the Snb-DL-trict
ol the Ogeechee. He will be obeyed and respected ac
cordingly. EDWiN P. DAVIS,
aul4 7 Brevet Brig. Gen. Comd'g,
HBADQ'RS SUB-DISTRICT OF OGEECHEE,)
Savannau, Ga., Aug. 14, IbOO. /
General Order, 1
No. 22. J
Surgeon J. K. Bigelow, 6th Indiasn lufantry, is here
by relieved from duty as Chief Medical Officer, Sub-
District of Ogeechee, and will report to Commanding
Officer of his Regiment for duty.
Snrgoon N. A. Baldwin, 173d N. Y. Vols., is hereby
announced as Chief Medical Officer of the Sub-District
of the Ogeechee,
By Command of
Brevet Brig. Genertl E. P. DAVIS. *
Wm. H. Folk, A. A. A. G. 7 aul6
22 Beaver Street, Neat YVtrk.
Offers for sale of his own importations. In bond and
duty paid, the largest stork of Wines, Liquors, Ac., of
any Ollier house in this conntry, comjrieiug in part of
Otard, Heni>ei>y, Pinet Castlllon, Martel, Godard
Brandy, Rochelle Brafidles in hulf, qmrter.and eighth
cai-ks; al o (JUird anil Rouyer, Lalcjielcre and Fiii
Brandy, In cases of one dozen each.
Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam in jipas. Schiedam
Aromatic; Schnappa, In bond aud paid, in caaesof
one dozen quarts and two dozen pliti
“■Whiskey and Rio.”
Scotch and Irish Whiskey, in hhds. aid cases of one
dozen each. Bourbon Whiskey In bargla and cases of
one dozen each.
“ Jamaica ” and "St. Crotx Ru'rt in hhds. and
cases of one dozen each.
Madeira, Sherry and Pirt Wines.
More than twenty different grdes, in halves quar
ters and eighth casks, also In'asej of one dozen
“Hack, Champagne, Mctelle and Claret
From Petes Arnold Mumm In ciygne, proprietor of
Joannlaburg estate i J. H. D. Borer A Fils; Esche
nancer, Benecke 4 Cos., Bordeauxißarton k Guest In.
Bordeaux, and from other well knwfl house# ill Ger
many and France.
Otis, Cosdials, Sardines, istarp, Olives,
Brandt, Preserves, jo.
Twenty-live years’ business traißctirms with the
Sonthern States, with some of the West and most
respectable dealere,shonld be snfficl* guarantee that
every article offered by the for sole is pure
and genuine. .
Samples can be seen, and cataloje of prices ob
tallied, by addressing the Above, . xngs-3ffi