The Savannah Daily Herald.
THURSDAY. MAY 11. 1865.
r bom oitb evening edition.
A Splendid Regimental Colob. A mag
nificent regimental flag may now be seen in
the office of Col. Nestle, at the Exchange.
It was lecently presented to the 156th N. \ .
Regiment, by the citizens of Ulster coupty.
N Y., and was received by the regimcut
while they were in North Carolina, just pre
vious to their coming to Savannah. This
splendid flag takes the place of the old tat
tered and blood-stained banner, which was
bcrne by the regiment on many hard fought
The new color is of the most beautiful and
costly make. It is of blue silk, bordered
with a heavy yellow fringe, two inches deep.
In the centre of the blue field are elegant
designs all richly embroidered with needle
work. On the left is the coat-of-arms of the
State of New York, and to the right the
United States coat-of arms of thirteen stars
and thirteen stripes. Above these Is em
broidered the eagle with a globe, and be
neath the word “Excelsior in a prominent
place, “ 156th Regt. N. Y. S. Vols.”
The lollowing battle-fields are also inscrib
ed on the standard: Bisland, April 13th,
1863, Opequan Creek, Sept. 19th, 1864;
Mausura, May 16th, 1864; Cedar Creek,Oct.
19th, 1861; Port Hudson, June 14, 1861;
Fisher’s Hill, Sept. 22d, 1864.
The color is mounted on an elegant rose
wood staff with brass ferules and heavy silk
cords and tassels. A gilt eagle surmounts
The standard as a whole is of the richest
and most beautifnl construction, and can
scarcely be excelled by that of any regiment
in the service.
Aruival of Confederate Paroled Pris
oners of War. —This forenoon the steamer
Planter, Capt. Small, from Poor Robin, ar
rived at the wharf in this «ity. Capt. Small
received from the Amazon, last evening, the
prisoners of war who came down from Au
gusta on that steamer. Among the passen
gers are the following, who belong in Sa
vannah : Dr- Habersham, Capt. Putterson,
Lieut. Charles Murphy, Lieut. T. Mahoney.
Os those belonging in other States arc the
following: Major Gen. Imboden, of Vir
ginia; Ljeut. McFleau, General Imboden s
staff; Lieut. W. H. Pitty, Kentucky; Lieut.
George S. Feenay, Va.; Major J. C. John
ston, Kentucky; Lieut. Wm. A. Bell, New
Orleans; Capt. J. G. Deßlsle, New r Orleans;
Capt. W. Johnston, Kentucky; E. C. Isley,
New York; Lieut. Charles DeLisle. France;
Capt. George Arnold, Baltimore; Lieut. Geo.
A. Smith, Va.
Pilot Boat Washington. —This fine vessel,
of forty-nine tons register, arrived last even
ing from Hilton Head, and will be stationed
at Tybee as the pilot boat for this port. The
Washington has superior accommodations
for the pilots who may be placed on board,
as all the conveniences of modem-built pilot
boats can be found on this vessel. Captain
Murray, an old and experienced pilot, will
he in charge or the Washington. The Wash
ington can go outside in the heaviest weather
to board inward-bound vessels. A boat of
this description has long been needed on the
The Police and Distilleiues.— 'The U.
S. Police are using every exertion to bring
to justice the few remaining parties in this
city who are distilling liquor. Last night
they made a descent on a place suspected
aud captured six bottles of liquor besides
several sacks of guupowder. It is the in
tention of Capt. Pillsbury, the Chief of Po
lice to break up those nefarious dens, where
poison is manufactured and dealt to soldiers.
The Epidemic in Russia.— The New York
Herald correspondence from St. Petersburg
characterizes the report of the prevalence of
the “Russian plague” m that city as a “great
hoax.” The disease assumes a typboyd
character in many cases, without presenting
generally any very grave symptoms. It is
sometimes complicated with cerebral conges
tion, pneumonia and other complaints, but is
almost exclusively confined to the hospitals.
The statement that the Siberian plague,
which is nothing more than a malignant pus
tule, had made its appearance is, therefore,
said to bo unfounded.
A Tough Story. —The Springfield Repub
lican's correspondent is responsible for the
following. Last week, iu a village hard by,
where ministers are not so plenty as in larger
places; “Squire F—, a justice of the peace, a
man of good common sense and sterling in
tegrity, remarkable for bluntncss rather than
blauducss of manner, and whose literary at
tainments extended to the writing ot his
name, was called in by a colored family to
make a tew remarks at the funeral of their
son, in the absence, of the only clergyman of
the place. The weeping friends were seated
about the room, when he rose aud said: “It’s
pretty bad, but, if I was you, I wouldn't take
on so. It s all for the best. S’pose he’d lived
and grown to be fat, liealtliy boy—why he’d
never been nothing but a d—n nigger any
The last plot, developed since the murder
of Mr. Lincoln, “is a conspiracy to introduce
yellow fever into New York ’! The plan
was to send in large amounts of infected
clothing, rags and other refuse matter from
the Bermuda hospitals. This is on a par
with setting cities on fire, killing black sol
diers and starving white ones, and at last
slaying the President.
[Curreapondeace or the Savannah Herald.]
LETTER FROM FLORIDA.
Conference between Gen. Vodgea and Gen
Sam Jonea-The Roll-caller of the An
deraonrille Prison, and the Union Pris
oners—The Steamer Hunter.
Redoubt Fribley, >
Jacksonville, May G, 1865. >'
Editor Savannah Herald:
Yesterday, the sth, at 2 o’clock p. m., Gen.
F. Vodges, commanding this District, met,
on invitation, Major General Jones, of the
so-called confederate army, at the White
House, ten miles front here, to arrange
terms for the surrender of the rebel troops
iu East Florida. He returned from there
late in the night, so that nothing about the
when, where and how of the surrender has
been heard of yet. General Sam Jones,
though is expected in town to-day..
Sergeant Johnson, of a Georgia regiment,
the roll-caller iu the Andersonville prison,
has arrived iu town, which report has creat
ed quite an excitement among the exchanged
prisoner. If he really has come in, he had
better keep out of the way, as long as one of
those abused men is here. His fate, if he
should be discovered, would be far from en
Two days ago, the steamer Hunter, that I
spoke of in my last letter, came down from
Mardeiey in tow of the .steamers Hattie and
Wyoming. She is undergoing now the ne
cessary repairs, but it is said will have to be
be ached. *
THE FORMAL. SURRENDER OF
Howard’s and Slocum’s Armies
Marching for Washington.
SCHOFIELD’S ARMY TO REMAIN IN
(From the New York Herald of 2d inst.)
R vleigh, N. C., April 28, 1865.
THE FORMAL SURRENDER
of Johnston and his army will take place to
morrow. The surender will be made to Gcu.
Schofield, commanding the army of the Ohio.
General Hartstuff and Colonel Wherry, of
General Schofield’s staff', are making the
necessary arrangements. A construction of
train has gone up to repair the railroad
bridge beyond Hillsboro, wlien the road will
be in good order all the way to Greens
REJOICING OYER THE VICTORY.
The news of the surrender was commu
nicated in orders to the troops last evening,
and was received with enthesiaslic cheering
throughout the camps. A celebration, ala
Fourth of JuJv, succeeded, and the night
was made most noisy with the discharge of
fire-arms, and brilliant with the discharge
THE ARMY GOING NORTH.
To-morrow morning the" Army of the
Tennessee, Major-General . Howard com
manding, which embraces the Fifteenth aud
Seventeenth army corps, will break camp
and march northward, via Weldon, Peters
burg and Richmond. The following is Gen.
Howard s order:
Headqks. Army of the Tennessee,}
Raleigh, N. C., April 27, 1865. j
To the Citizens along the Routes of March:
It is requested that you remain at your
homes as much as possible while the col
umns are passiug by. Hostilities having
ceased, promiscuous loraging is prohibited.
The necessary supplies, in addition to wbat
the army transports, will be procured from
the country by purchase. Quartermasters
and commissaries will be instructed to pay
ibe cash or furnish paper vouchers. Citizens
will elo well to aid the officers commanding
guards, patrols, &c., in every possible way,
to apprehend and bring to punishment any
thief or marauder who may separate himself
from the column.
Every sort of precaution will be taken by
our officers to render the march orderly, and
it is hoped that the gieat terror that pre
vailed duriug active operations will now
It being difficult to transport sufficient ra
tions for an exieuded march, our officers
have been requested to discourage refugees
•from following the army.
The ability to travel freely in anydiieetion
now exists, and precludes the former neces
sity of refugees accompanying or following
O. O. Howard, Major-General.
The army of Georgia, General Slocum
commanding, is to march on Monday.
SCHOFIELD’S ARMY TO REMAIN IN NORTH CARO
Those who are well acquainted with Gen.
Schofield, and his administrative abilities, are
urging him for the position of military gov
ernor of North Carolina, until the pqople can
hold an election and select a man from
amoug themselves. The army of the Ohio,
constituting the Department of North Car
olina, is to remain for the present i» this
State. The army embraces the Tenth corps,
Major General Terry, and the Twenty-third
corps, Major General Cox. The exact dispo
sition of this force we do not yet knew, but
it is probable that the army will be scattered
in garrisons of brigades and regiments,
throughout the State. The policy ot the ad
ministration seems to be foreshadowed in
this, viz : to protect the Unionists until they
can elect their officers and again obtain the
civil power of the State.
LEE’S ADVICE TO JOHNSTON.
Washington, May 1, 18Gf>.
Information lias been received that imme
diately after the surrender of Lee’s army Geu.
Lee wrote a letter to Joe Johnstou represent
ing that further resistance to the Union armies
would be in vain, and urging him to surren
der without reference to flit wishes or advice
of Jeff. Davis and bis co-fugitives.
A correspondent of the Boston Daily Ad
vertiser, who sailed from Mobile Bay to New
Orleans with a number of wounded soldiers,
Passing along through the cabin, the wound
ed stretched on each side of me on mattress
es ranged in rows on the floor, I saw—will
you believe it ?—one man who had his leg
amputated but.three days before, br&ccd up
with pillows aud playing a * violin, while a
comrade, with one of his arms shot off, was
playing the castanets with the other ! There’s
I pluck for you.
Correspondence of the New York Herald.
THE PttiriTEEH SHEXIIDOAH II THE
Brisbane, Queensland, >
Australia, Feb. 17, 1865. >"
The Pirate Shenandoah hi the Waters of Austra
lia—Excuses of Her Commander hi Order to
Obtain Recruits, Jj-e.
Very probably news of Captaiu Waddell’s
doings may have reached you by telegraph
long before this is put into your hands. Be
that as it may, you will here find a correct
accouut of the doings of this disreputable
worthy' up to the time of this letter leaving
We liave been long in dread of a visit from
some of the lesser lights of the pr ivateering
fraternity', little dreaming that our first les
son was to be inflicted by the Shenandoah
At the time that we heard of the destruc
tion of several American merchant ships in
the neighborhood of the Cape of Good
Hope, the Shenandoah arrived off the heads
of Melbourne, and those on board of her at
once asked the colonial government for pei
mission to have the vessel docked “ for ne
cessary repairs.” The American Consul de
nied the right of such privilege being grant
ed to a common pirate ship. Much corres
pondence ensued, aud it was ultimately
agreed that the Shenandoah should be allow
ed to come into port for forty- eight hours;
but she was positively denied the privilege
of being put on the slip. These events,
which spread over several day's, created the
greatest excitement all over the colonies. It
would have done auy one good to have seen
the number of Star-spangled banners hung
out from American places of business alt
over the city of Melbourne, and they are
neither few nor far between.
Waddell had other notions than a forty'-eiglit
hours’ stay iu Melbourne, and kept shuttling
off aud ou lrorn the port lor several days.
His officers in the meantime came ou shore,
as also a number of prisoners belonging to
the ships destroyed by the pirate between
this and the Cape. As theystrutted around
the shipping they drew considerable atten
tion, and a few admirers treated them to- a
“feed” at the Melbourne Club.
The object of Waddell’s visit to Melbourne
is plain enough. He wants to recruit men
to make up his crew ; aud although there is
little fear of his ever again tackling anything
more powerful than an unarmed merchant
man, if he can avoid it, yet, as his followers
at present only number some fifty or sixty,
he is doubtless anxious to treble the num
ber. But if his agents are striving every
nerve to get men, there are those close at
hand who are doing everything they can
to thwart them, and I am in hopes that, not
withstanding the number of loafers who
hang around these ports, his recruits will be
few in number.
In the meantime, while praying for a visit
from a United States ship-of-war, all is beiug
done that possibly can be to warn vessels ex
pected at the various Australian port;—con
siderable sums having been subscribed to
keep the electric wires in motion.
With much reluctance the Victorian gov
ernment gave permission to dock the Shen
andoah, when it soon became plain that the
vessel stood in no need of repairs,the object,
as before stated, being to get men. But few
recruits were obtained, however, thanks to
the energy displayed by our merchants, and
the vessel was marie to clear out, after occu
pying the dock for three days.
No further attempts are made to deny that
the vessel is the Sea King ; in fact, the lie
was visible when she first arrived—the letters
“ING” being plainly visible under Shenan
doah on her stern.
At all events the pirate cleared Port Philip
Heads on the 10th iust., since which time we
have only' heard that she had run upon a
l’oek. How *rue the report is I cannot say ;
we have heard no more, but are in daily dread
of hearing of the destruction of more peace
ful merchant vessels.
From North Carolina— Raleigh, IV. C.
April 28th, 1865.—Mr. Holdeu, the editor of
the Raleigh Standard, who is suggested as
the Governor of the State, takes decided
ground against the restoration to power of
Governor Vance and the existing Legislature.
Hu favors the adoption of the constitutional
amendment abolishing slavery, and recogniz
ing the constitution of the United States as
paramount to any State constitution.
The Ram Albkrmable.— Fortress Monroe,
A/iril noth, 1865. — The rebel ram Albermarle,
which was sunk at Plymouth, N. C., by
Lieutenant Cushing, has been raised by some
Northern contractor, and has reached the
Gosport Navy Yard. The cost of raising is
about $20,000. The machinery' is in excel
lent order, and she has sustained but very
little damage by the explosion of the torpe
do. It is intended to put her in sea-going
order, and she will probably be set to New
York to be fitted out as a first class iron
clad.—New York Herald, 2nd.
MAY % 1805,
Arrived—steamers U S Grant, Briggs, Hilton Head
Emelie, Bender, Sisters’ Ferry; tug Starlight, Ander
son, Hilton Head; pilot boat Washington, Murphy,
Cleared-fctearashlps Neptune, Brown, Hilton Head:
Tonowanda, Test, do ; steamers Resolute, Cannon, do;
Jeff Davis, Henry, Sisters’Feiry; tug Blanch Page,
Rodgers, Hilton Head.
PULASKI HOUSE, MAY 9, ISC6.
R L Spelman, Raleigh,N C E Britingham.
F T Boggs, G T White,
W H Garvin, Richmond Geo Delap. USN
F. A. JI.
• MASONIC HALL,
X. E. corner of Hull ami Broughton Street*, Lodge
Room on Third Story, Entrance on Browjhton St.
SOLOMON’S LODGE, No. 1, meets on the Ist and
3d Thursdays in each month. R. T. Turner, W. M.:
John Nicholson, 8. W.; John Foley. J. W. ; H. C.
Freeman. Treasurer; James M. Jones, Secretary; J.
Holbrook Estiil, 8. D.; H. L. Schreiner, J. D. ;J.
ZKUUBABEL LODGE, No. 15, meets on the 2d
and 4th Thursdays in each month. Wm. Greene, W.
M.; David Thomsou, S. W. ; Thomas Ballentine, J.
W.; Alfred Haywood, Treas.; M. Loewenthal, Sect.;
Milton Humphreys, S. D.; Wm. W. Metzger, J D.;
M. Botev, Tyler.
CLINTON LODGE No. 5-1, meets on the Ist and 3d
Mondays in each month. Simon E. Byck, W. M.; Jno.
Rutherford, 8. W.; W. Gibbons, J. W.; Wm. M. Da
vidson, Treas.; L. H. Galloway. Sect.; P D. ililzhcim,
8. D.; W. A. Stern, J. D.: J. Cavanaugh, Tyler.
ANCIENT LANDMARK LODGE, No. 231. meets
on 2d and 4th Tuesdays in each month. E. C. Hough,
W. M,; W. F. Holland, S. W.; S. L. Butler, J. W.; A.
Wilbur, Treas.; James M. Prentiss, Sect.; W. Liuder,
8. D.; E L. Hackett, J. D.; Sami. Jones and S. P.
Beli. Stewards; J. Tyler.
GEORGIA CHAPTER, No 3, meets on the 2d and
4th Wednesdays iu each mouth. K. T. Turner, H. P,;
W. Greene. K.; A. 8. Clark, 8.; D. H. Galloway, C. II.;
J. Holbrook Estiil, ?. S.; Thomas B -Dentine, R. A.
C.; A. B. Lnce, Treas.; .Tas. M. Janes, Sect.; Jno.
Foley. M. Ist V.; W. F. Holland, M. 2d V.; M. Retch,
M. IstV.; Rev. 8. Landrum, Chap.; J, .Cavanaugh,
GEORGIA COUNCIL No. 1, meets Ist Wednesday
in each month. James M. Prentiss, T. I. G. M.; T B
Marshall, H. TANARUS.; A. 8. Clark, H. A.; F. W. Cornwell,
Treas.; D. H. Galloway, Recorder; R. T. Turner. V.
G.; T. W. Shea, Steward; J. Cavanaugh, Sentinel.
Commandant of the District and Post—Brevet Major
General C Grover; office, Bank of the State of Geor
gia. Residence, Harris street, one door east of Dray
Edward G Dike, Capt and A AA G; office Bank
of the State of Georgia. Residence South Broad and
EB Webster, Lieut and ADC; residence Harris
street,one door c-ast of Drayton.
Tb«o C Otis, Lieut and ADC; residence corner
York and Abercorn streets.
John P Baker, Capt and AA I Gen ; office, Bank of
the State of Georgia. Residence comer Drayton and
Sidney S Starr, Capt and AQM Post Quartermas
ter ; office Railroad Bank ; residence Perry street, near
Eben Parsons, Jr. Ist Lieut, Judge Advocate and
Provost Judge of District and Post: office in United
States Court House, coiner Bull and Bay streets ; resi
dence No. SO South Broad street.
M Benedict, Capt and Provost Judge 2d Provost
Court; office Bay street, over Adams 1 Express. Resi
dence corner South Broad and Bull streets.
J. Trcuor Chief Medical Officer. Office Bank of the
State of Georgia, Residence South Broad stieet, one
door west of Whitaker.
Win S Stevens, Lieut and Ordnance Officer ; office
Bank of the State of Georgia. Residence comer South
Broad and Bull streets
Chas Roberts. Jr, Lieut and Signal Officer, USA;
residence comer South Broad and Bill! streets.
Provost Marshal of the District and Post—Lieut Col
R P York ; office in Merchants’ and Planters’ Bank.—
Residence comer York and Abercorn streets.
Depot Commissary—Capt Henry E Lord; office Bay
street, opposite the Custom Honse.
Post Commissary—Capt ... H Oglesbee; office on
the dock, opposite the Custom House.
Capt Sidney S Starr, Post Quartermaster; office Rail
road Bank, Bay street.
Fuel, Forage and Land Transportation—Lieut J II
Chariot, A A Q, M ; office SO Bay street.
Clothing, Camp and Garrison Equipage—Lieut N
Murray, A A Q M ; office 102 Bay street.
in charge of Government Workshops and Post Hos
pital—Lieut Fred Hope, Jr; office 82 Bay Btreet.
In charge of General Hospital—Capt J S Meek, A A
QM; office 94 Bay street.
In charge of Corrals—Lieut J W Sterling, RQ M;
office 90 Bay street, north side.
In charge of Marine Repair Shops, Coal Depot and
Assistant Master of Marine Transportation—Lieut D
It Knowlton, AAQ M; office No. 102 Bay street; re
sidence Hull street, three doors from Barnard, house
lately occupied by George L Cope.
RT Coverdale, Capt and A Q M, in charge of U S
Military Railroads. Office, West Broad street in CR R
In charge of Water Works—Major C F Allen.
Lieut T J Spencer, Depot Ordnance Officer Military
Lieut B E Miller, Assistant Depot Ordnance Officer
and A A Q M.
Ordnance Office—Planters’ Bank, corner Bryan and
Health' Officer qf the Post—Surgeon A P Dalrymple,
US V. Residence 109 South Broad street, 2d door west
of Whitaker. Office, corner Hull and Whitaker sts.
Surgeon J K Bigelow, Assistant Medical Purveyor,
District of Savannah ; storeroom No ITS Broughton
street; residence 142 State street.
STREETS AND LANES.
Street Commissioner—Capt. Albert Stearns, office
No. 120 South Broad Street, next above comer of
Barnard Street; residence north side of Jones street,
4th door east of Drayton street. Invites written com
plaints of all nuisances existing in aud about the city,
to be left at his office.
Deputy Street Commissioner—First Lieutenant A. F.
Hussey, office and residence north side of South Broad
Street, one door west of Barnard Street.
Clerks—C. W. Weber, residence Drayton Street, cor
ner New Houston Street; A. P King, residence north
side of South Broad street, one door west of Barnard
Surveyor—Jno. B. Hogg, residence northwest corner
of Montgomery and Stor.e Streets.
Wagoit Master—James Foley, residence north west
corner of Broughton and East Boundary Streets.
Superintendent of Stables—Frederick Meiueke, resi
dence southeast corner of West Broad and Taylor
Foreman Carpenter Shop—Preston Warner, Ziibly
Street, near Avon Street.
Blacksmith James' Clemence, residence Indian
Street, near Luchlison’s foundry.
Keeper of Forsyth Place—James Walsh, residence
north side of Gordon Street Lane, second door east of
Keeper of City Squares—Patrick Scanlan.
Garbage Inspector—C. J. Carter, north west comer
Jefferson and Montgomery Streets.
First District—South of South Broad Street and east
of Drayton Street, Lewis Salvaterre inspector, resi
dence northeast corner of Price and Perry Streets.
Second District—West of Drayton Street, south of
South Broad Street, J. W. Clark, inspector.
Third District—North of South Broad Street, west
of Drayton Street, Daniel Fitzgerald inspector, resi
dence southeast corner of Lincoln Street and York
Fourth District—East of Drayton and north of South
Broad Street, Geo. W. Mallery inspector, residence No.
7 Cassel Row, St. Julian street..
Squad Masters—Geo. Brown, Stewart Street, near
West Broad Street. Edward Cotter, west side of YVil
son Street,first door south of Berrien Street. O. A. Dodge
southwest comer of Jefferson and McDonough Streets.
Phillip M. Box, southeast comer of York and Houston
Streets. Patrick White, east side of Lincoln Street,
second door south of Broughton.
RECRUITING AND FREEDMEN.
General Superintendent Recruiting Sendee Dep’t of
the South, and in charge of the affairs of Freedmen—
R. Saxton, Brevet Major-General U. 8. Vols., office
Farmers’ and Mechanics’ Bank, Bfyau street, one door
west of Drayton street.
Capt. J. E. Thorndike, Add. A. D. C., Commissary of
Subsistence, office Farmers’ and Mechanics’ Bank,
Bryan street, one door west of Drayton street.
Lt. A. P. Ketchum, A. D. C., office Farmers’ and
The residence of Gen. Saxton and Staff is north
west corner of Barnard and Harris Streets.
Relief Commissioner—Lieut Col Alfred Neafle; of
fice Exchange building.
In charge of Civil Fund—Capt E Giesy; residence
Jones street, near Drayton.
Supervisor of Trade—Lieut Col Neafle, Exchange
Harbor Master—Capt Silas Spicer, third door east
from Drayton street, north side of Bay.
R T Coverdale, Capt and A Q M—ln charge of U S
Mil RR; office on West Btoad street, in CR R Office
Albert G. Browne, Supervising Special Agent Fifth
Agency, office Bank of Commerce, northwest corner
of Bryan and Drayton streets.
Assistant S;>ecial Agent—H. 9. Kimball, office Bank
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The following instructm ns from the Provost Marshal
General, dated War Department, Provost Mui>hal Gen
eral’s Bureau. Washington. I). C„ 12:50 P M AnHl
Command I*** 5 PUblisht and for ‘«»e>lo^aU u n’of Stii
The call for troops made December nineteenth, eigh-
A e rt n » hUDdrC< i ?"! *i xtJ *J‘ >ur under Seciion one, of she
Act approved July fourth, eighteen hundred and sixty
l°,mi,"! ld i by VmU ° °, f . whltil Act the men enlisted as
bein' omit ec!ln J eelU, tled to certain bountie , having
vnb lar *s required, and the recruitment of
btateß havin K discontinued,
tSld?^ 0 *\ ttr lilrect:B tl * at uo bounty be allowed
I' tM vu luuteers enlisted after the receipt by
jrou ot this order. * » » « . V
i ,Hj nL ' n °®, er 10 c, dist after the receipt of this order,
let ttiem understand they must do so without bounty.
JAMES B. FRY,
_ _ Provost Marshal General.
By Command of Major Geu. Q. A. GILLMOKE,
W. L. M, Burger,
„ Assistant Adjutant General.
T. D. Hodges,
Captain 35th U. S. C. TANARUS„ Act. Asst. Atfit. General.
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work will be forwarded
FREE OF CHARGE FOR TRANSPORTATION.
We endeavor to do all our work well, and to give
complete satisfaction to onr customers.
Are as low as the present high cost of stock, mate
rial, labor and living will admit of, and are belmy the
ncreased rates which rule in other lines of business.
S. W. MASON & CO„
111 Bay street.
OFFICE PROVOST MARSHAL,
District of Savannah, May 8, 1805.
I am directed by the Brevet Major General command
ing, to notify all persons whom it may concern, that
hereafter, any person found npon the streets, or iu any
other public place, dressed in the uniform of an officer
of the so-called “Confederate service," will be imme
diately arrested, and held for trial, for misdemeanor,
before the Second Provost Court.
ROBERT P. YORK,
Lt. Col. 75th N. V. V., and Pro. Marshal
mavS District of Savannah.
HEADQUARTERS U. S. FORCES,
Savannah, Ga., May 8, 1865.
General Order \ •
No. 32. j
After the 10th inst., until further orders, no Dogs
unless securely muzzled, will be allowed to run at large
iu the streets and squares of this city.
To carry this order into effect, the following regula
tions are announced, viz:
The Street Commissioners will select a suitable in
closure for a Dog Pound, and will appoint a keeper to
After the qfder goes into effect, a reward of 25 cents
will be paid to any person who shall bring to the pound
any dog found running at large, and not securely muz
Each dog so delivered will be kept in the pound for
ty-eight hours, unless sooner claimed by the owner,
who, upon claiming property, shall receive the dog up
on payment of a flue of $2 50.
In case of non-payment of the fine, or qf the failure
of the owner to claim property at the expiration of 48
hours, the dog will be subject to public sale at the
pound (at not less than $3 00) for 24 hours, and at the
expiration of that time, auy dog not sold shall be killed.
Any person delivering at the pound, or attempting
1o deliver any dog not subject to rightful seizure un
der the requirements of this order, will be subject to
trial before the Second Provost Court for misdemeanor.
By command of Brevet Maj. Gen. C. GROVER.
Edward G. Dyke. A. A. G.
HEADQ’RS. DEPT. OF THE SOUTH,
Hilton Head, S. C., May 1,1865.
General Orders, 1
No. 53. j
Hereafter, no private buildings, except such as are
abandoned or confiscable, will be used for military or
Government purposes within this Department, lt is
believed that there are, at ail the Military Posts, sufli
cient public buildings and abandoned or confiscable
privatp ones, to answer all the needs of I he service.
The use of bnildings owned by loyal persons subjects
the Government to claims for rent, and thus becomes
an unjustifiable source of expense.
Each Post and District Commander will forthwith
report to these Headquarters, all buildings used by
hitnseif or the officers of his command, with full state
ments of the location and size of such buildings, the
number of rooms in each and the name of the owner
or owners, with such information as he can obtain as
to their residence and loyalty or disloyalty.
By Command of Major-Gen. Q. A. GILLMORE,
T. D. Hodges,
Captain 36th U. 8. C. TANARUS., Act. Asst. Adjt. General,
QOTTON SEED! 1!
LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES.
Will be purchased at Fair Rates by the undersigned,
“SEA ISLAND’’ PREFERRED.
Parties desiring to sell, will state quantity for dis
posal, and prioe per bushel Retired, ancl whei _• located.
T. E. SICKLES,
marT—tf Box 14, Hilton Head, S C.
/ Y OOD LIVING,”
At reasonable prices, can be had at the
EAGLE OYSTER and REFRESHMENT SALOON,
in the rear of the New Post Office, Hinon Head, S. C.
4, have the very best facilities for furnishing OYS
TERS, CLAMS, MEATS, POULTRY, VEGETABLES,
&c , from the North and other places in this viciri
ity. Cooked to ordei from CA.M.toB P. M.
„ D „ PETER FITZGERALD, Pr..prietor.
P. S.—One trial is respectfully solicited
<fc CONFECTIONERY ESTABLISH
MENT AT BEAUFORT.
We respectfully call the attention of the public to
our Bakery & Confectionery Establishment in Sam.
A. Cooley’s Building at Beaufort, at which we are
prepared promptly to fill any orders which mav be for
warded to us. Special attention is paid toxihe man
u * °* rnan »«ntal Pieces, Faucy Confectionery,
un s i® o^? nt Paatr y» for holiday or festival tables.
Feb. 3-tt McManus & hurray. _
HEADERS. DEPT. OF THE SOUTH.
General Orders, > H,LTO " H,AU > Muy 2 * IS ° s '
No. 54. /
Assist an tSo rgeon Wm F. Buchanan,U. 8. A., isbere
oy announced as Assistant. Medical Director, Depart
meut of the South, and will be obeyed and respected
By m C( A m ?, and of Major-Gen. Q. A. GILLMORE,
I. D. Hodges,
Captain 36th U. S. C. TANARUS., Act Asst. Aifit General.