c -avaiwah THEATRE!
I sgee and Business Manager. grant taqgast.
1 .lector of Amusements a. u. davenport.
Stage Manager - t. i. uerndon.
THIS (TUESD aY} EVENING, MAY 9TH, 1866,
Tfca performances will commence with the beautiful
EVADNE: OR THE HALL OF STATUES.
Ludovico . Mr. Weir
Colonna f. Mr Davenport
Vicentio Mr. Howard
gvadne Miss Mand St. Leon
Olivia Miss Hattie Lee
Song by Mr. earner
Two new Overtures by the Orchestra.
To ooncludo with the new Farce, entitled
MY NEIGHBOR’S WIFE.
Timothy Brown Mr. Herndon
Jonathan Smith Mr. earner
Mr. Someiton Mr. Davenport
Mrs. Srmerton -..Miss La Fond
Mrs. Brown MissM. St. Leon
Mrs, Smith.. Mrs. M. L. Berrell
The beautiful Play of
THE CORSICAN BROTHERS
Will speedily be re-produoed.
Nonon.—The doorr will open at TANARUS, and the
curtain rise at 3 o’clock precisely.
Bos office open from 10 until 2 o’clock.
CST PRICES OF ADMISSION AS USUAL,
All bills must be presented weekly.
AT T 32 ‘.’Q.S'.FICE,” No.J 11 ’ ROW
__ HILTON HEAD, S. C.
EOT JOINTS non 12 to 2 o’clock dazlt.
tut or r*»E. ;
Per Plate, Cts.) Per Plate, Cts
Roast Tarkey 76; Roast Chicken 7S
Roast Beef. oO|Roast Mutton .00
Roast Veal... 00 Roast Pork 00
Fresh Fish oe|Rice Pudding 26
COOKED TO OED EB .
Por Plate, Cts.l _ ' Per Plato, Cts.
Fees Stoaks 00 Fresh Tripe * 00
Veal Cutlets Gu Fish Balis 60
Mutton Chops 00 Ham and Eggs .00
Pork Chops 6t:|Poachod do, on Toast...Bo
Sausages '. .60: Scrambled do SO
Ox Heart oillOmelettes.. 00
Calves Livor— • 60j Boiled Eggs
■ * COED OUTS, &O.
■ Per Plate, Cts. | Per Plate, Cts.
Poultry 65 Veal or Pork... 50
Beef or Mutton 65 j Ham or Beef Tongue...so
Pickled Thceps Tongnes, Tripe and Pigs' Feet,
Sausage Roils and Cakes. Home-made Bread and
Soda Water, with choice Syrups, Hop Rear, Cigars
mav3 0 BENJAMIN HONEY,
STAMPING AND PINKING DEPOT,
Corner Hull and Jefferson its.
Yokee, Bands, Night Wrappers,
Joseys, Cloaks, Slippers,
And .Materials of all kinds, stamped or pinked In a
Splendid NEW PATTERNS, just completed for 1906.
CUPPING, BLEEDING AND LEECHING
©arber snop In Pinntc-i,- ITelel."
1000 Swiss and Hungarian LEECHES for sale.
HEAD’QRS. DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH,
Savannah, Qa„ May 8,1505.
. No. 90. f
I, At his own request, and to enable him to re-join
his Regiment, Capt. James M. Walton, MthMassa
churetts Volunteers, is hereby relieved from duty as
Provost Judge of thp 2d Provost Court, and from duty
in this Distiict.
IL Oipt M. Bmewct, 163 th New York Volunteers,
Asst. Oomsy. of Musters of the District and Post, is de
tailed as Provost Judge of the 2d Provost Court, the
ditties of which office ne will perform in addition to his
duties as Mustering officer.
By command of Brevet Mai. Gen. C. GROVER.
Olives Mathews, Asst. Adjt. Gen.
JB. BYNNKR, ~~ * ” ’
*_ . TTscßpADWAy,yr.w tobjj.
Os every description.
Particularly adapted to
. „ ARMY PURPOSES,
In Extra made Cases,
GOLD AND SILVER.
I deal in nothing but TIME PIECES.- Gold Watches
ffOHTSS9TO $300; Silver, from 20 to S9O For paiticr.-
lars send for my prices lists. Established £0 years,
and coniidently refer to any ■ respectable Mercantile
House in the city ; also the Editors of this paper.
T. B. BYNNER,
176 Broadway, N. Y.
P. S.-eßewnre of the absurd and deceptive advertise
ments in the VVeekiys. mar 4—eodSm
T UCILB SEAA'EUNS.
Any oue having information concerning him, will
confer a favor and render relief by calling or sending
a line to tbw office. inay4-5t
IyjASONIC KING LOST.
The fin ’er will confer a great favor and receive n
suitable reward by returning it to the Savannah Daly
Herald Office. ' ts ap?o
US. CHRISTIAN COMMISSION.
• Rooms 14T Bay street.
A large lot of Reading Matter, Writing Paper, En-
VOlopee. &c., just received and ready for distribution.
Facilities lor writing Letteis for *1 wishing to avail
Themselves of them. *
etiW DWIGHT SPENCER, Agent.
JQUNBARS & FRANZ, .
NO. .10 MERCHANTS’ ROW,
Hilton Head, S. C.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
Os nil Descriptions - -
IDUELL & MURDOCK,
WUOLLBAJ.E AND IiCTAIi. HKALKES lit
SUTLERS’ AND NAVAL STORES, I)RT GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, .
GKMTLKUKN’s FIT-VlittllNO GOOIS, &C-.
No. S Merchants’ Row, Hilton Head, S. C. ,
w. o. miiMH, [.iaiito —tf] n. j.mcbocr
gWEET CIDER FOR SALE,
Xo families by the quart or gallon, at
O’MEARA & CO’S,
over Adams’ Express Office. Bay street
Af .„„ ... . 4 „ SavjjWAß, Ga„ Marc If 8, 1806.
n o ri *“" dftte t^lc Provost Court will be held In the
streets 1 * Uouse ’ uv Btaira > coiner of Ball » nd Bay
mar p ‘ •- EBEN PARSONS, Je., _
- mnrvwtr Lieut, and Provont »Tn<lr»e.
lvfifth^cin^nn? 1 vT’ of mi<w,e n ß®» who was former.
wi«hiv7 e S u "^ jra House m tjavaunah, as Assistant,
Clin B lve 1119 beat of references.
Enquire at the Savannah Herald office
of Edncition of Public School* invite ap-
Grammar Schoobg ' iD the
s s aiL a r7 per
Two .Second Assistants, Salary per annum " 7^)
If?® Girls’ Grammar School
One First Assistant, Salary per annum S9OO
Iwo Second Assistants, Salary per annum " 750
di^ P rim A*ist.n e ts- amined on 1116
St ? el , lln n’ 4 n *!x sta of Word 9. Penmanship,
Grammar and Analysis, Descriptive and Physical Ge
ography, History, Natural Philosophy, Rhetoric. Arlth
mcac, Algebra, Ueometry, Book-Keeping and Latin.
Reading, Spelling, Penmanship, Grammar, Geogra
phy, Arithmetic and History *
The Examination will take place on Wednxsdat next,
jne 10th inst, between the hours of 16 and 12 o’clock,
at J?, e Sch ° o1 * corner of Barnaid and Taylor streets.
All applications must bf maria in writing to the Su
perintendent beibre Monday next.
By order of the Board of Education.
Hon. R. D. Arnold, Chairman.
Rev. C. F. Meßae,
Rev. -A. M. Wynn,
* Mr. Anthony Porter, ...
Mr, John L. Villalonga,
Mr. Henry C. Freeman,
M‘. James G. Mills,
Mr. William H. Stark.
J. F. CANN,
„ _ „ „ Superintendent Public Schools.
N. B —No applications for admission of Pupils will
be received until further notice
may 6—3 t
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ed to Mrs. H. B. Wist. The owner can have the box
by calling at the above office, on paying lor this adver
tisement. ‘ may 4
RW. CAMPBELL, VETERINARY SURGEON
• having reopened his office and yard, on WU
liana street, is now prepared to treat (on scientific
principles,} all diseases incident to Horses that are
susceptible of remedy. Charges moderate. Cures
warranted. Terms cash. feblC ts
Rooms to let at hilton head, s. c., m
The Palmetto Herald Building, corner of Mer
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The office of the New York Herald Correspondent
111 BAY STREET,
mar 22 ts
Rice Flour, In quantities to suit purchasers, at the
Upper Steam Milt Price one dollar par bushel. Ap
ap23 5 ‘ R. LACHLISON.
TJXeBXSwjTBIi NtfW \GRi£
FOB SALE BY
Bp2d If 93 Bay street.
gTOVES 1 STOVES! 1 STOVES 11!
Large and small, for Restaurants and Families.
Alljiiuds of HOLLOW WARE and Cooking Uten
sils, Planters’ HOE.*, wholesale and retail, by
JAMES G. THOMPSON & CO.,
aplf—m&thO Beaufort, 8. C.
Q N. BELLOWS & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
SUTLERS’ AND NAVAL STORES, DRY GOOD&
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, &e. t
no. 6 MutcnAins' bow,
HILTON HEAD, S. C
c. ». nsu-ows. m. e. mn. a. w. tatloe.
STEELE ft BURBANK,
n Merchants’ Row,
non .v .... Hilton Head, S. C.
Call the attention of Wholesale and Retail purchaser*
to their superior stock of
MILITARY AND NAVAL CLOTHING
w«^!r^„ C , lo<^ B ’.« Faß J?y, Gooclß ’ -teweiry, and Plated
" are,Swords, Sasnes, Belts, Embroderies, Boots,Caps
Glasses, Gauntlets Gloves. ftc., ftc., Ac.
If Mrs. Lucy Manning, who was formerly Miss Lttcv
"** he will hear of a fortune
to ner ot ii£r cinld. Any information w’)l th«nk
fully reeewcd and rewarded of her wbTriboutt £
Please address Mr. John Mannon. CnmnnH? tt
Ohk> Vole, Ist Brigade, 3d DivS cT Wafhlng and
top, D. C. ap2B C
NEWS-DEALERS AND OTHERS DESIRING Tmt
Savanhah Daily Healu at Waolsale «rr. r.,
quested to send In their orders as earlv in advance is
practicable. W mason * CO.
Q HECKS ON NEW YORK— ~
In sums to suit purchasers, supplied at par by
C. C. NORVELL ft GO.,
Comer of Ball street, opposite the Post Office.
THE SOLDIER OR THE CITIZEN
THE MONTHLY NOVELLETTE, !
contains a Novelette complete, together with ftp
three to eight short stjries, with Illustrations. Tern:
$8 per year. Single capita, 26 cents.
THE AMERICAN UNION.
A FBCBU‘E JoCBHL WO STOiUES
Thrilling Stories, Buy Sketches, Stirring AdrentaM
and Choice Home Reding. $£ a year. Four cots,
THE FUG OF OUR UNION.
Devoted to Tales Sketches, Adventures Poes,
News, Novell ettes, ft. $4 per year
THE DOLIAI MONTHLY MAGAZINE t
The cheapest rufcaxlne in the world. $1.60 a y* v
Seven copies, $9. Fearly one hundred pages oi rendL'
matter and illusptlona. Postage only 12 centsfr
128 pages in dth book; one-third larger than By
other Dime Nov.
All of the a bat publications will be forwarded r#-
lariy by mail, q receipt of price, by
ELIifTT, THOMES ft TALBOT.
63 Congress street,
Samples caj be seen, or copies purchased, by im
THE SAJkNNAH HERALD STORE,
11 BAT STBEET.
pOST QUETERMASTER’S OFFICE,
Centeal Railboad Bank,
Savannah, Ga., May, Ist, 1806.
In puiamccgf orders, received at this office, a*l
citizens ohpying buildings, whose owners are at
sent withifthe Rebel lines, or buildings, or other
property olonging to disloyal persons, will, unless
such bullhge have been previously assigned—rent
free—sett the rents for the same, due the Uni
ted Statt at this offica op or before the 10th c?
A fullr4s ft comply with the above will cause a
forfeituripjill claims to further occupation.
3. 8. STARR,
may! <pt and A. Q. M„ in charge of buildings.
The Stft of the undersigned will he dosed for a
few daysf r the purpose of opening and arranging a
large antetensive Stock of
and FANCY GOODS,
Which ivo just arrived Direct from New York.
W. W. LINCOLN, Druggist,
ap£9 Corner Bull and Congress sta.
i A Y
0022 Y• S LADIES BOOK
M A Y
Otß YOUNG FOLKS.
| I . roa
M A Y
Fwßale at No, 111 Bay street.
Olsens interested, are called upon to notic* partlc-
Ula y the following instructions in reference to their
Ha >n Tickets for tlie next week.
i persons absolutely needy will apply for Tickets
at tie “Relief Committee Rooms," in the Etchangs,
in t»t following order, viz i
distbict no. 1.
Attending from Bay street, south, to South Brpr.d
strut, arid from Bull street, east, (Including Magazine
Witi}. to the city limits. Citizens of this Dbtrict wil.
beserved on Moudav and Tuesday next. White fam
ine will be served Horn 9 a. m. to Ip. m, Colored
families from 4 p. m. to 6 p. m.
DIBTBIOT no. 2.
Lying east of Bull street and south of South Broad
rtret, extending to the city limits. Will be served on
tVLdaeaday aud Thursday. Whitea from 9a.m. to 1
p.m.; colored from 4toop. m.
DISTRICT no. 8.
Ldng between Bay street and South Broad street,
andfrom 801 l street, west, to West Broad street.—
Wil be served on Friday. Whites from 9a,m- to 1
p. a,; colored from 4to6p. m.
maimer no. 4.
lying between Bull and W'est Broad street*. and
from South Broad street, south, to the city limits.—
Wil be served on Saturday and Monday, May 7 th.
Whites irom 9a.m.to Ip. m.; colored from 4 to C
DISTBICT NO. C.
Famacraw—extending from the river, south, to
New street, between. West Broad street and the canal.
Will be served on Tuesday and Wednesday, the Bth
and 9th May. Whites from 9a.m.to 1 p. * in.; color
ed from 4 to 4 p. m.
distbict no. (*>;
Robertsvllle. Will be served on Thursday, May
19th. Whit** from 9a.m.to 1 p. m.t colored from 4
to 6 p. m.
S. SANITARY COMMISSION,
Corner of Congress aud Whitaker Streets, Savan
nah, Ga. *
At the place mentioned we have opened store-rooms
and Relief office, where we will be glad to raider any
service in our power to the soldiers and sailors of
the Armv and Navy. Sergeons in charge of Hospitals
will Disuse send in their requisitions for stores.
J. C. UOBLIT,
jan 2i—tf Agent U. S. S. C.
||ERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
No. 11l Bat STRitET.
* Savannah, Georgia.
We respectfully call the attention of the public fp
the lacihtks which we have tor doing all kinds of Job
NEATLY AND PROMPTLY.
We have the
BEST PRESS IN THE WORLD
For doing a variety of work nnd doing it all well
FIRST CLASS PRINTERS
Or long experience and tried ability. Wa have
NEW PRINTING MATERIALS,
From the best Northern foundries, to which we a
CONSTANTLY MAKING ADDITIONS
We ore prepared to execute orders for
Posters, I iscar
Flay Bills, Circulars,
Bills of Fare, Visiting Cards,
Wedding Ccrds, _ Tickets,
Business Cards, Letter needs,
Bill Heads, Drafts,
Legal Blanks, Calendars.
Or any other kind of Printing,
IN ANY STYLE,
We have a
FINE ASSORTMENT OF INKS
PRINTING IN COLORS.
ORDERS BY MAIL OR EXPRESS
Will receive prompt and careful attention, and the
work will be forwarded
FREE OF CHARGE FOR TRANSPORTAjnON.
We endeavor to do all our work well, and to give
complete satisfaction to oumistomers.
Are as low as the present high cost of stock, mate
rial, labor and living will admit of, and are below the
ncreased rates which rule in other lines of business.
8. W. MASON ft CO„
111 Bay street.
* Savannah. Georgia.
HEADQ’PS. DEPT. OF THE SOUTH
Hilto* Head, S. C., April 12, 1566.
No. 42. /
On March 7th, 1306, a party of oolored soldiers nnd
scouts, thirty in number, commanded by Sergeant-
Major Henry James, 3d U. S. C. TANARUS., left Jacksonville,
Fla., and penetrated Into the interior through Marlon
County. They rescued nluety-one negroes from slave
ry, captured four white prisoner*, two wagons and
twenty-four horses aud mules; destroyed a sugar mill
and a distillery, which were used by the rebel govern
ment. together with iheir stocks of sugar nnd liquor,
nnd burned the bridge over the Oclawaha River,
When returning they were attacked by a band of over
arty cavalry, whom they defeated and drove off with
a l<««i of more than thirty to the rebels After a long
and ra*id march they arrived at St. Augustine, on
March lxth, having lost but two killed and four woun
This expedition, planned and executed by colored
men under the command of a colored non-commis
sioned officer, reflects great credit upon the brave par- -
tldpants aud their leader.
'1 he Major-General Commanding thanks these cour
ageous soldiers aud scouts, aud holds up their oonduct
to their charades in arms, us an example worthy of
By Command of Major-Gen. Q. A. GILLMORE.
W. L. M. Buboes,
Assistant Adjutant General
T. D. Honora,
Captain 35th U. S. C. TANARUS., Act. Asst * J, ‘
HEADQ’BS (< DEbT. *OF THE FOUTH,
Hiitow Hsao, S. C., May 6, ,»cB3.
Gsjftrxt OanKßa,| ■*
I. Alfamtmlances, modlclno wagons, horses, mules,
harness and other fixtures* appertaining thereto* with*
in this Department, are hereby placed under the con
trol of the Medical Director ot the Department of the
F. Bbix, V. R. C, is hereby announced as
Chief Ambulance Officer,* and will report to Lieut. Col.
MrexniTH Cltmfa Medical Director, D. 8.
Br command of Major-Genet al Q. A. GILLMORE.
T D. Horote, .
Capt. 86th U, 3. C. TANARUS., Act. Asst. Adjt. Gen.
intADQL'AHTDRB U. 8. FORCKS,
savannah, Ga., May 4,1866.
No. 3t. f , .
I. Lieut. Fred Hope, A. A. Q. M., having been re
lieved from duty in this District, will turn over all
public propertv In his possussion, aud transfer his pre
sent duties to Lt, J. V\. Sterling, It. Q. M., !2d lowa
Vols,, who will also, -in addition to those, take charge
of the Savannah Water Worfc, relieving thereby Capt.
Nathan Baker. A. Q. M.
Byeommandof^ Q cneill j o GROVER.
Edward G. Dske, A. A. G. mayC
E- BROWN ft CO.,
(Late Somes, Brown & Cos
MILITARY AND NAVAL
BANKERS AND COLLECTOR
t TABS PLACC, DUO AD WAT HAXS BUILD BiO,
Correspondents in WashingtonAj. W. Fisher ft Cos.,
473 Fourteenth Street.
ESTABLISHED JUNE, 18C2.
Wo have complete facilities for transacting business
speedily and correctly In all the Departments at
Washington. Remittances prompt, and terms rea
*°Wcgive especial attention toobtaininzCertiflcates
for Non-Indebtedness for Ordnance and Quartermas
ters* Returns for Officers, and settling their accounts.
We collect the following classes of Claims, and make
advances if desired: . . .
Bounties for the heirs of deceased, wounded Sol
diers. and such tisffiave served two years.
Pensions for Invalids, Widows, Mothers, ar.d Or
for the heirs of deceased, discharg
ed Officers, Soldiers and Sailors, and pay for the w ife
or Widowed Mother of Prisoners of War. ....
Prize Monev lor the U. S. Navy, together w.m all
other just Claims, Information freely finished
Wc purchase and sell al! Govcmrocnt
Quartermasters’ Certificates and Chech* on the best
References givenjto leading Banker. and business
firms In New Wt. lllLffi
° LIME LIMEM LIME!?!
800 casks best quality Thomaston Lime, suitable for j
For sale by DUNBAR & FRANZ,
10 Mel'chauts’ Row.
api? Hilton Head.
rpHE NEW SKIRT FOR 1865.
Awonderfttl Invention for Ladies. Unquestionably
superior to all others.
Don’t fall to read the advertisement in the Savanna*
Hebald, containing toll particulars, every Monday
morning- edexMZmo marSl
' HEADO’RS DKPT. OF THE POUTO
Hiltox Hkmn a (j.. April 20,18J&j
GeXEBAL 0* >EKB.>
No. 47. /
I. Before a General Court Martm which convened
at Hilton Head. S. C„ in pur.aance of Special Order
No. 7, dated Headquarter.a, Department of the South.
Hilton Head, 8. C., January Bth. 1835, and of which
Major Frank Place, 157th N. Y. Vole., was President,
was at raigued and tried.
Prinftte Armstead Holmes, Cos. C, 39d U. S. C. T.
Chaeob First : .
“Threatening his Superior OJJUfr."
SrcotFtCATiov: “In this; that the said Private Arm
stead Holme*. Cos. C, 32d U. 8. C. TANARUS., did say *t
will be God damned, if I don’t shoot him,’ mean
tug seieeant John A. Browu, Cos. C, 3.’d U. S.
C. T. This at camp of 32d U. S. C. TANARUS„ near
Deveauv Neck, 3. c., on the 12th day of Janu
ary, lsak ”
Ca> voe Seowd :
“Striking hes Superior Oflotr."
SmuncATiOK 1 **ln this: that said Priyato Armstead
Holmti Cos C. 32d U. 3. C. TANARUS., did seise a billet
of woqd and strike S«rgeanl John A. Bt owmOc.
C, 32d u. 3. C. TANARUS., upon the head. This at camp
of 82d U. S. C. TANARUS., near Deveaux* Iftock, S. C„ea
the 12th day of January, 13C6."
Cnaio* Tnrart: N
“Lifting up a lotupcn upon hit Snptrior Offlamr.”
SrsctnoanoM: “In this; tnat «aid Private Armstead
Holmes, Cos. C, 32d U. S c. TANARUS., did lift up a gun
and put a charge therein for the pm-pose of
shooting his Superior Officer,Sergeant John A
Brown, Cos. C, 3-.'d U. 8. C. T. This at camp s?d
U. 8. C. TANARUS„ near Deveaux’ Neck, 8. C.. ou the
l£th day of January, ISos.’’
To all of which charges aud specifications the ac
cused pleaded, "Guilty”
The Coart having maturely considered the evidence
addaoed, confirm toe plea of the accused.
And they do therefore sentence him. Private Arm.
stead Holmes Cos. C, 3-’d U. 3. C. TANARUS., to bt dUh&noraUu
(Uncharged the sennet of the United Statin, and thenU
confined at hard labor at Fort Marion. St. Augutnine,
Florida, for the period of two years, and to wear a 24
pound b.ili attached to his right leg, b?/ a chain eight feet
long, fifteen u.-ree out of each month during the "term of
11. The proceeding.., findings and sentence iu the
foregoing cane are disapproved. There has bem much
difference of opinion, whether ihe words ‘•Superior
Officer" in the 9th Articles of Wur, apply to a non- •
commissioned officer, bpt the Judge Advocate General
has finally decided that they do not. According to thia
opinlou, the offence should have been cbtrjzed under
the 99th Drticle. Private Ho!mgs will be released from
confinement and restored to duty.
The General Court Martial of which Major Frank
By command of Major Central Q. A. GILLMORE.
W. h, M. Bcaiii.a,
, e m „ Asst. Adjutant General.
Official: T. D. Honots, Capt. 36th U. S. C. T AaL
Asst. Adjt. Gen. ’
HEADG’RS, DEPT. OF THE SOUTH, >
Hiltok Hnxo, S, C., AprU 13,1806./
General Orders, >
No. 43. /
I. General Orders No. 6, from these Headquarters,
dated Januaiy 17th, 1865, is hereby amended to read
A •nljitiiry tax of one per cent, will be levied on al
goods brought into this Department, (or the purnose
of trade. The value of such goods will he determined
by the invoices of purchase, to which au affi artt will
from tho '-onsignees certifying to their cor-
The fund accruing i.-om this tax will be used for the
purpose of providing Steam, and other Fire engines,
repairing wharves, roads, public buildings, and other
necessary civil expenses, for the severul Cities and
Towns within the limits of this Department
11. The military Supervisors of Trade for the varioua
Posts, or where the Post Commander has not appoint
ed such a Supervisor, the Post Treasurer, will attend
to the collection of the tax imposed by this order, and
make semi-monthly retnrns of all monies received to
Brevet Major Geo. E. Gocbaud, Acting Assistant In
spector General of the Department, who, iu addition
to his duties as such win act as Treasurer of the iuud
3 ccruing from this tax, and attend to the dUburso
ment o: the same, under the direction of ihe Maior-
111. The Acting Assistant Inspector General of the
Department, will also exercise the supervision of stores
and trade within the Department required bv Para,
graph IV, of Special Orders No 13, irom tho IJesd
ouo ters of the Military Division of the MlssisslDOL
dated January 16,1866. ,
IV. Lleut.-Col. James H. S-rsoita ««rof Hte .
Vols., is hereby relieved ,< *— *>ifltrh he was detailed
Department a’ l -- 6, current sarieft from th-iw
Y. Lieut. Fbaitk Geise. 3l’d U. S. C. TANARUS., is horeby
relieved from duty as Acting Military Tax Collector,
to which he was assigned by General Orders No. 27,
current series, fromlhese -Headquarters, and will at
once turn over to Brevet Major Goorado, A. A. In
spector General, all money aud property pertaining
to the office for the Collection of the Department Mili
tary Tax, who will receipt to him for the same.
By Command of Major-Gen. Q. A. GILLMORE.
w. L. M. Buboes,
Assistant Adjutant General.
T. D. Homes,
Capt. 36th U. S. C. TANARUS„ Act Asst Adjt. Ooh.
HJSADQ’RS DKP’T OF THE SOUTH. >
Hi cto* Head, S. C., April3ft, 1806./
No. 68. /
I. The following order Is hereby re-published for the
information and guidance of this command 1
Military Dwiiiok or the Mtesieetm,
In the Field, Jfalelgh, N. C„ AprU ts, 18d6.
Special Field Obdsbs,)
No. 65. /
The General Commaudlngannounces a farther sus-
Senslon of hostilities and a final agreement with Gen.
olinstcp. which terminates the war as to the Armies
under hm command, aud the country east of the Chat
Copies of the terms of the convention will he furn
ished Major Generals Schofield, Glllmore and Wilson,
who are specially charged with the cxecutlrn of Its
details in the Department of North Caioltnui De
partment of the South, aud at Maoon and in Western
Capt. Jasper Myers. Ordnance Depnrtment,U 3. A.,
1- hereby designate# to receive the aims, Ac., at
Greensboro, and any Commanding Officer of a Post
may receive the aims of any detachments, and see
that they are properly stored and accounted for.
General Schofle and will procure at once the necessary
blanks and supply the other Army Commander# that
uniformity may prevail; and great care must be taken
that all ttie teim and stipulations on our pnrtbeful
filled with the most scrupulous fidelity, whilst tbosl
impo ed on our hitherto enemy be receiv#d In a spirt
becoming a brave and generous army.
Airny Commanders may at once loan to tha ichabi
tants such of the captured mules, hoi »ea. wagons ant
vehicles, as can be spared from Immediate use. am
the Commanding Generals of Armies may issue-pro
visions, animals, or any public supplirs that can be
spared, to relieve present wants and to encourage the
inhabitants to re-nme their pjaoeffil pursuits, and t«
restore relations of friendship among our fel'oey-cRI
zens and countrymen.
Foraging will foi thwith cease, and wnen necessity
or long marches own pel the taking of forage, pron
elous, or any kind us private property, compen»atiou
will be made on the spot or when the diibarHng offi
cers are not orovided wiih land*, vouchers Will bo
given in proper form payable at the nearost military
order of Major General W-. T. SHERMAN.
(Signed} L. M. Daytoh,
Major ft Asst. Aclj’t GeneraL
By command of MaJ. Gen. Q, A. GILLMOItE.
W. L. M. Bccoi r. A. A.Geh. myt
HiiADQ’UP Dl>f. OF SAVANNAH,TS
Savannah, Ga., May id, 1836. / £
No. 16. /
Persons bringing produce and live stock to the Sa
vannah market wilj hereafter be permitted to'exchange
the same for goods and supplies not contraband ot
war, for the u,o of themselves, families and employes,
and to tran-port the same beyond the lines of actual
military occupation. Persons within the lines will also
be permitted to go out for the purpose of bringing to
market'such produce and live stock as they may bo
ab: eto procure, and to bring the same in.
Restrictions upon passes arc removed to this extent
—that resident citizens having important business iu
the interior will be peimitted to eo rut in oidrrto
transact the same and return. Resident citizens living
out dde the lines w ill in like manner on good and suf.
ficieat reasons, bo peimjutd to visit the city aud.re
tain to their home* again. _ n ......
By command Ofßrvt, MaJ. Gen. GROVER
Olives mXtudws, Asst. AdJt. Gen.