We respectfully call the attention ofbusi
ness men to the value of the
SAVANNAH DAILY HERALD
as rtj Advertising Medium. Oar connections
:ire such that we are sure of large editions each
<l*y. We have agents at all important points, and
all arrangements completed for an extensive
The limited space we accord to advertisements
renders its use especially valuable, and we be
lieve our terms to be very reasonable, compared
with the high prices which rule in other lines of
business. To ,
s the true policy of business men, and we be
ieve that they cannot find a better medium lor
this city and army, or the Department <>f the
South, than the SAVANNAH DAILY HERALD
Roberts & lewis,
l WHOLESALE AMT) KETAI ?. DF.ALFRB 1N
SUTLERS’ GOODS AND LUMBER,
MiTOHF.nL Avenitk, Hilton Head, S. C.
H. S, ROBERTS, UanSO —W&SBWj . CIIA9. w. LEWIS.
NEW BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY
ESTABLISHMENT AT BEAUFORT.
We have the honor to inform the residents oi
this Department that we have just opened a Con
ectionerv Establishment and first-class Bakery m
Sam. A. Cooley’s Building at Beaufort, at winch
we are prepared promptly to fill any orders v\ men
may be forwarded to us. Special attention is
paid to the manufacture of Ornamental Pieces,
Fancy Confectionery, and Elegant Pastry, for
holiday or festival $
B. B. ANDREWS,
Attorney ani> Cor nsf.li.op. at Law, Solicitor in
Chancery and Proctor and Advocate in Ad
All Confiscation Cases in tlie District Court of
the Northern District of Florida examined and
defended promptly and reasonably.
Address, B. B. ANDREWS,
CW. DENNIS <fc CO.,
«i No. 5 Merchants’ Row,
Hilton Head, S. C.,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
BUTTER. CH EESE, CIGARS, CAKES, CRACK
ERS POTATOES, FLOUR, CANNED FRUIT
AND MEATS, STATIONARY, HARDWARE.
; Ac.. Ac., Ac.
.ian 10. ts.
U~sT CHRISTIAN COMMISSION,
• 147 Bay street.
Free Writing Table for Soldiers. 1 ens, Ink,
Paper and Envelopes free.
All letters written at our rooms st amped when
requested, and stamps can be had, and if not,for:
warded always as “Soldiers’ Letters.”
A supply of religious reading usually on hand
for gratuitous distribution.
Religious services every evening at 0 1-2 o’clock
at Wesley Chapel (corner of Lincoln and South
Broad conducted by the Associated
Chaplains’ Meeting s/t lie Chapel on MONDAY
Jan. lGth. at 10 a. m. l.
V & r A. LAWRENCE,
’anl4 ts «>_/ Agent U. S. C. C.
]’ YOOKS AND STATIONERY.
y Just received at the Palmetto Herald Stor<
a large shipment of goods from Now York and
Bryant, Whittier, Tennyson, Mrs
Tvcux, in bine and gold.
Cooper Pickens, Thackeray, Dumas, Chas
Reade, Wilkie Collins, Mis. Grey, Trollope, and
:.! 3: fxias, Emily Chester, Down in Ten
nessee, At,, Ac.—cloth.
English Bib’es, I etter Writers, Song Books.
Cookery Locks. locket Dictionaries, (severa
styles), Hoyle’s Games, Ac.
Patten’s and Hardee’s Infantry Tactics
Brandt’s Gunnery; Field and Heavy Arlillcrv
Geographies; and Atlases, Grammars, Readers
Arithmetics. Spelling Books: also, Dime Novels
Beadle’s and Monroe’sj, and a full supply o
standard and other Novels, in paper covers.
“ Medallion,” “ Agawam.” ‘Crystal,” “Man
hattan,” and “Dove” Mills Note, “Fran
conia,” ‘'Agawam,” “ Winthrop,” “Manhattan,
and “Crystal” Quarto, “Manhattan” and
“ Franconia ” Cap; Bill and Legal Cap ; Music
Billet, Note, Letter, and Officia l Envelopes—
assorted styles—white, buff', cream, lemon,
salmon, ancl opaque. Pencils in great variety.
Pens. —Gillofit’s GOO, 804, 262, and “Swan
Quill;” Washington Medallion, Quill, Repub
lican, Falcon, Index, Commercial and Eagle
Gold I‘ens, various sizes, with ami without cases.
Ruling Pens, in Ivory and Ebony. Arnold’s
Writing Fluid, qis. and pts.; Maynard & Noyes
do., qte. and pts,. and stands: Blue and Carmine
Ink. Rubber and Ebony Rulers—round, square
and flat. Paper Folders, wood and ivory. Scal
ing Wax, assorted colors. Ink Stands, every
style. Pen Racks; Cribbage, Backgammon and
and Chess Boards; Chess, wood and ivory; Dice
and Dice Cups; Dominoes; Playing Cards;
Scissors; Knives ; Match Safes; Pocket Books;
Eyelets; Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes; Combs;
Pencil Sharpeners; Split Rings; Cork Screws.
Pcnffilios ol evt ry style. Slates, assorted sizes.
Account Books, (1, 2, 8 , 4 and 5 quires) octavo,
quarto and cap.
1 Photograph Albums (ol best manufacture}: TOO,
to, '40,-80. lu v 12 Pictures ; Pocket and Extension
•A full assortment of Plain and Colored Card
Pho'ograph*, &.(•., Ac., to which we invite
iUentiU) ot Dealers and the Public generally,
C. SAVILLE & CO.
Hilton Head, fc. C.
vX At reasonable prices, fan be had at the
EAGLE OYSTER and REFRESHMENT SA
LOON, in the rear of the New Poet Office, Hutoa
Head, S. C. I have the very best facilities for
famishing OYSTERS, CLAMS, MEATS, POUL
TRY'. VEGETABLES, Ac., from the North and
other places in this vicinity. Cocked to order
from G A. M. to 8 P. M.
PETER FITZGERALD, Proprietor.
P. S.—One trial is respectfully solicited.
I LIST OF PRICES FOR THE REGULATION
J OF THE SALES OF THE FOLLOWING
ARTICLE'S IN THE CITY OF SAVANNAH :
Apples sl2 no
Blacking, bottles or boxes, large 50
“ small 25
Boots, Cavalry, best $8 to 25 00
Brushes, Tooth, best ] 00
“ Hair, best l 00
Cheese i>er pound 50
Combs, with mirror 75
“ plain 50
“ India rubber 50
“ Horn ... 15
“ “ fine 30
Candies, Adamentine, per pound 40
BKGAKB AND TOBACCO.
Smoking Tobacco, “C. 11. Lilleuthal, ” per
pound. $2 00
Navy Tobacco, “Le Nevin,” per ib ...!.!! 175
Tin Foil, “Lillenthal,” per package 25
HavanaSegars, No. 1, per box... 15 00
“ “ “ “ “ 10 (*•
Concha’s Tobacco, “ “ 750
Tobacco, bags 50
“ bladders..... „ ’ 50
Pipes, Brierwood. 1 00
1 ‘ Rose 50
“ Apple 50
Potatoes, per barrel 9 00
Pickles, in glass (quai ls; 1 00
“ *• (half gallon; 1 75
Mackerel, in cans 1 00
Whiti fish.ii) cans 2(H)
Haddock, in cans 1 75
Peaches, 1 lb. cans 1 00
Peaches, 2 lb. cans !. 1 75
Egg Plum, 2 ib. cans 1 75
Peas. 2 “ 1 75
Tomatoes, 2 “ 1 00
Can Meats ] 00
Can Poultry, , 1 50
Lobsters, cun, 1 00
Oysters, •• ... 100
Mustard, half pints 50
Chow Chow, ] 50
Cranberry Sauce, l 50
Lemons, per box,. 40 00
Oranges, 40 00
Milk, condensed, per can, 1 00
Soap, toilet, fine, per box 01 4 pieces, 2 00
Mirrors, pocket, best, 1 00
Mirrors, pocket, 2d class, 75
Coats, 20 00
Talmas, with sleeves, 30 00
Pouches 20 Ou
Caps, 4 00
Pails 5 00
Boots 15 00
Woolen Shirts 5 00 to 7 00
White Linen Shirts, 5 00
Suspenders, Ist class, 2 50
“ 2d class, 1 50
Gloves, Buck, 3 00
Ganutletts, 3 50
Cotton Gloves, > 1 00
lleaijq’r’s Mil. Piv. of tiik Mississin*!,
In the Field, SavaYmuh, Ga., Jan. 14, ISGS.
Special Field Orders,)
No, 12. j
IT being* represented that the Confederate
army and armed bands of robbers, acting
protessedly under the authority of the Confede
rate Government, are harassing the people 8f
Georgia and endeavoring to intimidate them in
the efforts they are making to secure to them
selves provisions, clothing, security to life and
property, and the restoration of law and good
government in the State, it is hereby ordered and
Ist. That the farmers of Georgia’ may bring
into Savannah, Fernandina or ' Jacksonville,
Florida, marketing, such as beef, pork, mutton
vegetables of any kind, fish, Ac., as well as cot
ton m small quantities, and sell the same in open
market, except the cotton, which must be sold by
or through the Treasury Agents, and may invest
tlie proceeds in family stores, such as bacon
and flour, in any reasonable quantities, groce
ries, shoes and clothing, and articles not contra
band of war, and carry tlie same back to their
families. No trade store wrilh be attempted in
the interior, or stocks of goods sold for them,
but families may club together for mutual assist
ance and protection in coming and going.
2d. The people are encouraged to meet to
gether in peaceful assemblages to discuss meas
ures looking to their safety and good government
and the restoration of State and National au
thority, and will he protected by the National
army when so doing ; and ail peaceable inhabi
tants who satisfy the commanding officers that
they are earnestly laboring to that end, must riot
only be left undisturbed in property and person,
but must be protected as far as possible, consist
ent wuth the military operations. If any farmer
or peaceable inhabitant is molested bv the cue
my, viz : the Confederate army or guerrillas, be
cause of Lis friendship to the National Govern
ment, the perpetrator, if caught, will be summa
ly punished, or his family made to suffer for the
outrage; but if the crime cannot be traced to the
actmu party, then retaliation will be made on
the adherents to the. cause of the Rebellion
should a Union man be murdered, then a Rebel
selected by lot will be shot—or if a Union family
be persecuted on account of the cause, aliebri
family will be banished to a foreign land. In
aggravated cases retaliation will extend as high
as five for one. All commanding officers will act
promptly in such cases, arid report their action
alter the retaliation is done.
By order ot
Major General W. T. Uukilman.
L. M. L ayton, A. A. G. j
Headquarters Clty of Savannah.
January 10th, 1805.
General Oki »ees, )
No. 4. t
THIS streets, sidewalks, alleys and premises
witLiu this city must be kept clean and
The Provost Marshal of each District will ap
j point an efficient officer to superintend this mat
! ter, and will decwil such assistants as mav be ne
All i>ersons occupying buildings or grounds, o
whatever description, will be required to keep
; the sidewalks and alleys bordering upon them
j thoroughly policed at all times, having the
sweepings piled up at the sides of the streets.
The offal or sweepings from camps must, be
removed beyond the city limits by the troops oc
cupying the camps.
The Host Quartermaster will assign a certain
number of trams to each district to haul the
other sweepings out of the city. These teams
will be unuer control of the officers appointed to
superintend the work in each district, who wil
be held responsible that the work is promptly
and thoroughly done.
Bv Command of
Brig,-Gen. JOHN W. GEARY,
W. T. Forres, A. A. G.
Headquarters City of Savannah.
January 14, ISO 5.
No. 5. )
I. Any person found injuring or defacing
buildings, fences, shrubbery, Ac..’ within the
city limits, will be arrested and placed at hard
The special attention of Provost Marshals,
Officers and Guards, is hereby again ca lled to
this cub]'- cl. with special reference to the Parks,
Squares and Burying grounds. Th e provost
Marshal’s Department will beheld responsible
for tne strictest enforcement of this order.
aebeeii officially reported that certain
persons owning buildings in this city are charg
ing exorbitant rents for the same, and that in
many nstances they h ive increased the rents
much beyond what they charged in Confederate
currem v‘, j rior to our occupation of the city.—
Such acts oppress the poor, and are without ex
cuse There being no other source of redress at
present except the military amhoirty, Provost
Marshale of districts will take cognizance of all
such cases which may be brought before them
and will interfere to prevent injustice of the
By order of
Brevet Maj. Gen. JOHN W. GEARY,
Vv. T. Forbes, A. A. G. jani.7
lir.vj .quarters. City 01 Savannah, Ga.,
January Ij, ISCS.
No G. j ' N
IN ACCORDANCE WITH ORDERS v RE
CEIVED, the command of tills city is to-day
transferred to Maj. Gen. C. Grover.
Ali officeis and men belonging to the 2d divis
ion, 20th corps, who are on special duly in this
city, unless assigned to such duty by orders from
superior authority, are hereby relieved, and will
at once report to their commands for duty, being
relieved by others under command of Gen,
The General Commanding embraces this occa
sion to thank the Mayor aiid Aldermen of this
city for tneir valuable co-operation; and the citi
zens generally for the cordiality with which they
have acquiesced and assisted him in all measures
for the public good. Believing that very soon
the time will come when military government
will no longer be necessary in this city, the Gen
eral now takes his farewell of it, and commends
it and its inhabitants to his successor, trusting
that they will extend to him the same confidence
and courtesy which have rendered the relations
heretofore subsisting so satisfactory.
By order of
Brevet Major Gen. J. W. GEARY.
W. T. Forces. A. A. G.
Headquarters City of Savannah, >
January' 10th, 1806. /
Special Ordee, >
No. 8. /
I COL. A RIO PARDEE, 147T11 PENN. V. V
• is hereby announced as Provost Marshal o
the Eastern District, in the place of Col. Win
Wood, 7Gth Ohio V, V. reliev ed.
. By command of
Brig. Gen. JOHN W. GEARY, Com’g.
W. T. Forties, A. A, G.
Headquarters City of Savannah,
L’ec. 24th, ISG4.
No. 2. f
IFOR CONVENIENCE IN MILITARY GOV
• eminent, all that portion of the City lying
east of Bull street, is designated as the Eastern
Disirict; that lying west of Bull street, as the
Col. Wm. B. Woods, 76th Ohio Vols., is an c
nouuced as Provost Marshal of the Eastern Dis
trict. His Headquarters will be in the U. S.
Barracks, on Bull street.
Col. H. A. Barnnm, 140th New York Vole., is
announced as Provost Marshal of the Western
District. His Headquarters will be near the cor
ner of Barnard and South Broad streets.
All applications for protection of persons and
private property, or lor redress of grievances,
will be made to the Provost Marshal of tlie Dis
trict, or to the nearest officer of the guard.
11. Each Regiment on Provost duty will be
held responsible for the peace and good order of
its section. The Provost Marshals of Districts
will number the sections assigned to these regi
111. All public and private property wfll be
prelected; and whenever necessary for such pur
pose, special guards will be assigned.
No private property will be taken or used
against the consent ol the owners, except upon
fin order from proper authority.
IV. Officers unu others, entitled to quarters for
private or public use, will make application to
Brig. Gen. Easton, Chief Quartermaster.
V. All persons within the City, who have bee,
m any way connected with the rebel army, wir
report without delay to Captain Ira B. Seymonll
Provost Marshal, (office m Exchange bunding.;
and there register their names.
VI. No citizen will be arrested except ftr mis
demeanor or upon written orders from these
Headquarters or from a Provost Marshal.
VII. The Fire Department of thin city Ujus been
represented by the civil authorities an highly es
ficient Mr. Casey, acting Chief of t hv Fire De -
partment, is authorized to continue upwatioik
and will be held responsible for the faithful per
fbrmance of his duties. All members of the Af
ferent Fire Companies will coiithiue sub ; ect to
his orders, and neglect of duty on their part wii
be duly punished. In case of fire, the Provost
Marshal of the District will send - immediately
strong detachments of guards to preserve order
m the vicinity.
VIII. Those persons connected with the Water
\i orks and Gas Works of the City, will continue
to periorm their duties as usual: The Manager
ot these W orks vviH apply to the Provost Mar
fchal of the District in vphich they are located for
sufficient guards for the protection of the Works
together w ith the fuel and other material Der
taming to them.
IX. All soldiers found within the citv limits,
absent Loin their camps without passes from,
then respective commanders, wriil be arrested
ana sent to their commands.
X. ( apt. Silos Spicer is announced as Harbor
Master ol this Port, and invested w ith frill au
tnonty ior tne transaction of business in Lis De
partment. Oihce 011 Bay, opposite Drayton
XL Citizens desirous of leaving the city to ah
within the Rebel lines, w ill make- application at
these Headquarters. They will be transported
to our exterior picket line.
XII. Citizens destitute of provisions, can m&u
application at the City Store, where they will be
- upon the order of Dr. Arnold. Mayor o’
the C ity.
XIII. Reveille pill be beaten at GA, M. Tat
tor at SP. 2d. Taps at 9. After Taps, all en
listed men found on the streets who are not or.
duty, and who have not proper passes, will hr
arrested by the Patrol. Suspicious or disorderly '
characters will-also be arrested after that hour
Care must be taken in carrying out this order aot-t
to make improper arrests of citizens who may bo
attending to their lawful business in an oulerly
manner. By Command of
Brig. Gen. John W. Geary,
W. T. Folll:, A. A. G.
> Adjutant Glnj ilm.’s Ofi joe
V ushington, February IS. iSC4.
No. G 4. f
q rlflgels and eldel deserters.
Whenever refugees from within the Rebel
lines, < r deserters from the Rebel aimies, pre
sent themselves at U. S. Camps or Military
Posts, they w ill be immediately examined by the
Provost Marshal w ith a view to tietcnnine then
charucia r and their motive in giving themselves
up. . R‘it appear that, they are hone st in their in
tention of forever deserting the Rebel cause, cure
will be taken to explain to them that they will
not be forced to serve in the U. S. Army against
the Rebels, nor be kept in confinement. The
President’s Proclamation of December S, 1863,
w ill be read to them, and if they so desire, the
oath therein prescribed will be ‘administered' L
them. They will then be questioned as to
whether they desire employment from the Uni
ted States; and if so, such arrangements as may
be expedient will be made by the several Army
Commanders' for employing them on Govern
ment works within their commands. Those who
come to the Army of the Potomac will be tor
warded to the Military Governor of the District
ol Columbia, at Washington, with reports in
their cases, that employment may be
if desired; or, if not, that they maybe Ks
North as Philadelphia.
By order of the of War :
Assistant Adjutant General.
W. L. M. Burger. Assistant Adjutant General
He adqi Ar.'ii i.b, City of Savannah. Ga.,)
January Bth, ISGS. j
General Orders. )
No 3 j
I ALL DEALERS IN GOODS FOR GENERAL
• SALE in this city, must have permits from
these Headquarters. ,
11, Extortion in prices will he severely pun
ished. Dealers will conform in prices to the list
established by the Provost Marshal, at these
Headquarters. This list will be published in the
HI- A tax lor Post fund will be assessed upon
authorized dealers, also upon persons opening
piaces oi amusement.
I l ' ’ 1.l‘ c , se persons who [Violate the foregoing
it.ics will be arrested, their establishments'will
be closet., and their goods confiscated and sold
at reasonable 1 rices, ar.d the proceeds appro -
priated to the Post Fund. 1 -
. kutlersor purveyors belonging to anvpor
tion ol the army, are required by the military law
to confine their sales to their own commands.—
As long as they do this, they will not be inter
fered with by officers of the Post.
But it any such are found offering goods for
general sale, without having been o ! uly author
ized from these Headquarters, they will be dealt
with*in the same manner as other unauthorized
Gapt. Ira B. Seymour, Provost Marshal, at
these Headquarters, will see that these rules,
auct any that may hereafter be announced re
specting trade in this city, are duly enforced.
II officers-or others who find any dealers violate
mg tlie regulations on the subject, will report the
Captain Seymour’s office, the cffSadere
will be promptly punished and the public Kent
By command of
Eng. Gen. JNO. W. GEARY.
u- m , . • __ Commanding.
v> - TANARUS, A. A. G.