Oongillatisg an Audien’ce.— Sala tells
the following good story :
• I renumber a story of a certain come
dian by the name of Walsh, at the Thea
tre Royal, Dublin. Tuis gentleman never
rose higher in his profession than to enact
those useful but humble individuals in
Kvery who announce the arrival of visi
tors to the*principal personages in the
drama. One evening a great tragedian
being on the stage, it was Mr. Walsh’s
duty*to come on, attired itr plush, and
say, “My lord, the coach is at the door. ’
This being all that was laid down for
him, he skid it; but directly afterwards,
advancing to the footlights, and address
ing the gallery, he continued with much
animation, “And allow me to add that
the man who lifts his hand against a wo
man, save in the way of kindness, is un
worthy the name of a Brltbn.” This
sentiment brought down a tornado of
applause, but oa retiring from the stage
the actor was pounced upon by the great
tragedian and asked how he had clared
to overstep the limits assigned to him.
‘Tm very sorry r ”. quoth Mr. Walsh,
“but it’s my beuedt next Monday, and
I’ve got to eojiciliate the audience as well
as you, Mr. Macready.”
“The Way You Always Stopped. ”
The Vermont Record tells a good story
of an innocent old lady, who never be
fore had “rid on a railroad,” who was
passenger on one of the Vermont, rail
roads at the time of a recent col
lision, when a freight train collided
with a passenger train, smashing one of
the cars, killing several passengers; and
upsetting things generally. As soon as
he could recover his scattered senses,
the conductor went in search of the
venerable dame, whom he found sitting
solitary and alone in the car (the other
passengers having sought terra jirma,)
with a very placid expression upon her
countenance, notwithstanding she had
made a complete summersault over the
seat in front, and her bandbox and bun
dle had gone unceremoniously down the
passage way. “Are you hurt?” inquir
ed the conductor. “Hurt! why ?” said
the old lady. “We have just been run
into by a freight train, two or three pas
sengers have been killed and several
others severely injured.” “La, me; I
didn't know but that was the way you
always stopped /” ' \ '
A Cincinnati! paper in speaking of the
overthrow of the rebels at Atlanta, says
that just before the Federal troops enter
ed the town, an Indiana company, al
most worn out with the march, were
straggling along with very little regard
to order. Hurrying up to his men, the
Captain shouted, “Close up, close up !
If the enemy were to fire when you’re
straggling along that way, they couldn't
hit a cussed one ot you !” And the boys
closed up immediately.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. BEN
JAMIN GREEN, Mr. Chas. Green and Mr. John
Stoddard and their families,, are mviLed to attend
the funeral of the former, from the residence of
Mr. Stoddard, at*ll o’clock To-morrow. febl4
TiTEADQUARTERS U. S. FORCES.
XX Savannah, Ga., Feb. sth, 1565.
Sp oial Order, >
No. 14. j
All citizens living within the limits of the City
•of Savannah and having Fire Arms in their pos
session, and not haviug special written permis
sion to retain the same, will at once tnrn them
in to the Provost Marshal, who will take proper
measure for their safe keeping, with a view to
returning them when it shall be proper to do so.
By command of
i. Bvt. Major Gen. GROVER.
Edward G. Dike, A. A. A. G. febl4
Savannah, Ga., Fee. 9, 1835.
All citizens, now residents of this city, are re
quested to call at this office and register them
selves as such.
Heads of families will report the persons com
posing their household.
By order of Bvt. Maj. Gen. C. Grover.
ROBT. P. YORK,
feblO Lt. Col. and Provost Marshal.
Officers or Citizens requiring servants or
laborers will please apply at the office of Relief
Commissioner, in Exchange building.
feblO ts • Lieut. Col. and. Relief Com.
Small quantities of the Per Manganate of
Potash will be furnished, at the request of any
Physician, by the Health Officer. feblO
Lost oh taken by mistake.
Two trunks from the steamer Fannie, yes
terday, two large black Trunks ; one with slats
on top. A liberal reward will be given for any
information relative to them, at the Herald
office. 1 . febl4
TT S. CHRISTIAN COMMISSION.
• Rooms 147 Bay street.
A large lot of Reading Matter, Writing Paper,
Envelopes, &c., just received and ready for dis
Facilities for writing Letters for dp wishing to
avail themselves of them.
Appointments at Wesley Chapel, comer of
Sotvh Broad and Lincoln streets, on Sunday, at
101 -2, A M., Rev. D. Spencer: at 3P. M, Rev.
W. H. Tiffany, Delegate U. S. C. C.
febl4 DWIGHT SPENCER, Agent.
New York Papers, of old date, for sale at the
Savannah Herald Building. feb!3
SALE OR LEASE,
THE “BEAUFORT HOTEL,”
In Beaufort, S. C.
U. S. GOVERNMENT TITLE.
That well known and eligibly located brick
establishment the “Beaufort Hotel,” situated on
jnay Street, in Beaufort, S. C, on the Beaufort
River, with a water frontage, and commanding a
beautiful Southern view oi the river for several
Said Hotel and Lot and all the premises entire,
as also ail the Furniture and Hotel appliances,
are now offered at private sale, or they will he
leased jto a good tenant till the Ist January, 1867.
Possession given immediately.
Apply to Mr. Geo. Holmes, at John S. Fyler’s
Store, in Beaufort, S C., or to the undersigned
on the premises. DAVID POST.
Beaufort, S. C., Feb. 10, 1565. lw feblO
XTEW YORK CLOTHING ADVERTISE
FREEMAN & BURR,
124 FULTON STREET, CORNER OF NASS ATT,
Opposite Sun Building,
A large stock of Fashionable Ready Made
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS con
stantly on hand, at reasonable prices. Also,
MILITARY AND BOYS’ CLOTHING.
Wishing Clothing will find this a good place to
Goods sent to any part of the country.
All orders promptly attended to. ts feblO
Boots and shoes.
For sale by WM. M. WILLIAMS.
feb2 ts Cor. Broughton and Whitaker sts.
Office of Street Commissioner,
126 South Broad Street,
Savannah, Ga., Feb, 1, 1565,
Wanted immediately, Carpenters. Blacksmiths.
Teamsters and Laborers, White or Black.
Rations issued immediately to employees.
Apply at this office from 9 o’clock, a. m., until
3 o’clock, p. m. ALBERT STEARNS,
Capt. and Street Commissioner.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c.
Office, 161 Fulton St., Nkw York.
The undersigned having been chief assistant
examiner of Drugs and Medicines in the New
York Custom House for the past four years, of
fers his services to Druggists throughout the
country. All purchases will be made m the in
terest of customers, direct from Importers and
Manufacturers, and all articles thus purchased
are warranted to be reliable.
H. N. AVERY.
fHon. Hiram Barney,
Refers to <1 Hon. Rosooe Oonklino,
Tuko. W. Dwight. -
News-dealers and others desiring
The Savannah Daily Herali> at Wholesale
are requested to send in their order as early in
advance as practicable.
S. W. MASON & CO.
We respectfully call the attention of busi
ness men to the value of the
SAVANNAH DAILY HERALD
as an Advertising Medium. Our connections
are such that we are sure of large editions each
day. We have agents at all important points, and
all arrangements completed lor an extensive
The limited space we accord to advertisements
renders its use especially valuable, and we be
lieve our terms to be verv reasonable, compared
with the high prices which rule in other lines of
Is the true policy of business men, and we be
lieve that they cannot find a better medium for
this city and army, or the Departmeut of the
South, than the SAVANNAH DAILY HERALD
gTATIONHKY AND PERIODICALS,
SAVANNAH DAILY’ HERALD
STATIONERY’ AND PERIODICAL
no. 11l ray STBrtrr.
I have just opened a Statto!nkb v and Prawn
cal Store in the Savannah Daily Herald
Building, (No. 11l Bay street, where I have for
WHOLESALE OR HBTAIL
A LAUGE STOUK OF
t , *-’#7
♦ &0., &v., &c., &0.
I have made arrangements for a regular awl
ftfl supply of the latest New York Daily Papers,
Literary Papers, and otter Periodi
Business Carafe. Wedding Oftrdfe, Visiting
Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Drafts Checks,
Receipts, Envelopes, &b., &c., &c., printed in
the best styjte.
POSTAGES AND REVENUE STAMPS.
I shall endeavor to keep on hand Postage awl
Revenue Stamps, for tte accommodation of cus
THE SAVANNAH DAILY HUtALD
Is always for sale at my counter, at Wholesale
febS H. P. RUGG.
Per Schooner Gersh Banker, a large assort
SUPERIOR READY MADE CLOTHING,
Comprising the following desirable selections:
Heavy Cloth Overcoats
. Fancy Cassimere Walking Coats
“ “ Double Breasted Vests
“ ‘ ‘ Pants.
Per Schr. Antietam
A carefully selected assortment of BOOT& and
SHOES—-latest styles—Men’s, Women’s and
Also—A large and extensive variety of Hats,
Cans, Valises, and Travelling Bags.
Also, per steamer Linda-
Seven hundred and thirty-two (732) cases as
sorted CANNED MEATS, FRUITS and VEGE
Also, per barque Rambler—
Three hundred (300) gross O. K. FINE CUT
One hundred (140) SMOKING DO.
One hundred and thirty-six thousand (136,000)
finest brand CIGARS.
Also, per Schr. May Queen —
AN ASSORTED CARGO.
C. N. BELLOWS & CO„
No. 8 Merchant’s Row, Hilton Head,
febll r ts
NEW YORK DAILY AND WEEKLY PAPERS,
' •** ' f V
FOB SALE AT THE
SAVANNAH HERALD OFFICE,
fet>B 111 BAY STREET.
QOTTON SEED WANTED,
In large or small quantities, “Sea Island” pre
ferred. Parties desiring to sell will state lowest
cash priee, quantity and kind for sale and loca
tion of same.
Address S. E. SICKLES,
febl3 lw Box 14, P. 0., Hilton Head.
From New York,
and for sale at
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13!) CONGRESS STREET.
I ’ ‘
EY THE PACKAGE ONLY.
Best Family Flour, sl6.
Best Family Flour, half barrel, $9.
Best Family Goshen Butter.
Best Family Cheese.
No. 1 Mackerel in kits.
Colgate’s StaSrch and Soap.
Best Loaf Lard. :
Ale and Cider, ia boxes.
Family Sugar—-Loaf, Crushed and Brown*
Adamantine and Sperm Candles.
Coffee—Rio and other varieties.
Batter and Sugar Crackers.
Soda Bisdjdt and Pilot Bread.
ALL FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST WHOLS*
DEALERS SfcDPPLTED ON LIBERAL TERMS*
Apply at the store formerly occupied lag
Neyutt, Lathrop & Rogers.
febO 6 139 CONGRESS STREET*.