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theatre t ! Lessee and Business Manager grant iaooait. Director of Amusements a. h. davenport. Stage Manager t. j. herndon. THIS (FRID vY) EVENING, MAY 19TH, 1366, The great Sensational Play of CAMILLE. Armand Duval Mr. Davenport Camille.. jjfg. .. Miss La Fond Gaston. .Mr. Herndon Mons Duval Mr. Simpson Count de Varville Mr. Corner Gustave Mr. Rogers Madame Prudence Mrs. Berrell Nonine Miss Lee Glympe Miss M. St.Lcon Nlchette Mias F. St. Leon oomic song mb. carnet?. Tto conclude with THE STAGE STRUCK TAILOR. Tom Tai • Herndon Sir Matthew Scraggs* Simpson Count Q’orienx Carner Lady Scraggs..... Mis. Berrell PopUn Miss Lee TO-MORROW, SATURDAY EVENING, BENEFIT OF; MR. T. J. HERNDON, The popular Comedian .and Stage Manager of the Theatre. On which occasion Three Glorious Pieces wi'l be played. DAT AFTER THE WEDDING, MAN WITHOUT A HEAD, and — ROBERT MACAIRE. Nonor.—The doors wHI open at 7, and the curtain rise at 8 o’clock precisely. Bos office open from 10 until 2 o’clock. B3T PRICES OF ADMISSION AS USUAL. __ All bills musjt be presented weekly. ■y OL E 9 GARTEN 7 CONGRESS S TEE ST, Between Jefferson and Montgomery streets, Will be open to-night, and every night, for the public. Concert Music every Evening from 7 to 10 o’clock by the SAVANNAH CITY ORCHESTRA, Professor George Weigand, Leader. REFRESHMENTS OF THE BEST QUALITY WILL ALWAYS EE ON HAND. ml 7—l m jpRESH DRUGS, • CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY, Ac. A. A. SOLOMONS A CO. Beg to inform their customers and the public general ly that they have just received per steamer America, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS IN THEIR LINE. And with a thoroughly REPLENISHED STOCK, they are enabled to fill orders as faithfully as hereto fore. THEY Hate ARRANGED TO RECEIVE &GPTLIES WEE ELY. Being compelled to adhere to ihe CASH SYSTEM, Funds must in all cases accompany the order* to in sure attention. AT THE OLD STAND. Market Square, maylS 10 Savannah, Ga. JpRESH ARRIVAL OF GOODB * MESSRS. SKEHAN A CONYNGHAM. AT 176 imoEGnTON street, next door to bherlocb’s, Have just received a fresh lot of Choice Groceries fro:n the New York Market, such as ALES, CEAM?AGI%\vTNE, SHERRY WINE, CHAMPAGNE CIDER, FINE OLD BOURBON WHISKEY. PINE OLD RYE WHISKEY, SEGARS, &c. ALSO, A SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT OF GARDEN SEEDS, And a general variety of CHOICE GROCERIES, Such as is nsnally found in a first class Family Gro cery. JfctylS ts QO-PARTNERSHIP, i The undersigned have this day formed a co-partner ship under the firm name of Charles L. Coloy & Cos, for the transaction of business as Shipping, Commis sion and Forwarding Merchants. CHARLES L. COLBY, ALEXANDER U. HOLWAY, S.PAGE EDMANDS. Savannah. Ga- May lUth, lStij. ts may!7 LOST 'I alien by mistake from the steamer Chase, a Trunk comuinirg wearing apparel. The gentleman having the same will confer a favor by leaving word of its whereabouts with E. D. SMITH, maylS ts 109 Broughton street. piPOUNDED MULE. Office of Street Commissioner, 1 Savannah, Ga.‘ May 17,15C5, j The owner of the following described animal will please call atihis office,pro te property,and pay charges, on or before the 23d inst., or the same will De sold to detray expe uses, viz : One Bay Mare Mu e, in public Pound since May 12th _ may IS . 2 sl2 MADE FROM $3. Agents wanted to sell the Likeness of the President t-incolu at Home; beautifully engraved and printed in tint on paper 18x24 inches. Sells Rsanirr roa o.ne Dot. lab. Send for sample to TO F. W. SUMNER & CO., ma y 18 3 41 Park Row, New York. DtrfiS, MEDICINES INI CHEMICALS, APOTIIECARIEB’ HALL. Corner of Barnard and SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. W. M. WALSH, M. D. PROPRIETOR. AYER’S SARSAPARILLA, AYER’S CHERRY PECTORAL, AYERS' AGUE CURE. OSGOOD'S CHOLOGOOUE, for Fever and Ague, DR. COPELAND’S SPECIFIC, for Fever and Ague. —PILLS NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL— BLANCARD’S FERAGINOUS PILLS, AYER’S PILLS, WRIGHT’S PILLS, BRANDETH’S FILLS, LEE’S PELLS, JAYNE’S PILLS, * HOLLOWAY’S PILLS, HERRICK’S PILLS, SIR JAMES CLARKE’S FEMALE PILLS, DUPONCO’S LADIES’ PILLS, MANDRAKE'S LIVER PILLS, for Constipation and Congested Conditions of the Liver. —OINTMENTS— KENNEDY’S SALT RHEUM SALVE, REDDING’S RUSSIA SALVE, DALLY’S PAIN EXTRACTOR, HOLLOWAY’S OINTMENT, GOLDEN EYE SALVE. McALISTER’S ALL-HEALING OINTMENT, —LINIMENTS— TOBIAS’ VENETIAN LINIMENT, MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT, SWEET’S LINIMENT, RADWAY’S READY RELIEF, PERRY DAVIS’ PAIN KILLER, JAYNES’ CARMINATIVE, DALBY’S CARMINATIVE, JAYNE’S EXPECTORANT, SANDFORD’S LIVER INVIGORATOR, HELMBOLDT’S EXTRACT BUCHU. WISTAR’3 BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, MORTIMER’S RHEUMATIC COMPOUND & BLOOD PURIFIER, PHILOTOKEN, HOOFLAND’S BITTERS, WISTAR’S COUGH LOZENGES, BROWN’S BRONCHIAL TROCHES, KIDDER’S ARTHMATIC FUMIGATING PASTTLES, BRYAN’S PULMONIC WAFERS, for Conghs A Colds, KIDDER’S INDELLIBLE INK, PAYSON'S INDELLIBLE INK, , BROWN’S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER, THAYER’S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER. THAYER’S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER, THAYER’S CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT, SARSAPARILLA. PURE TABLE OIL, NEATSFOtfT OIL, JAYNE’S VERMIFUGE, FAHNESTOCK’S VERMIFUGE, DR. PERRY’S DEAD SHOT VERMIFUGE, REXFORD’S GINGER BREAD NUTS, for Worms, KIDDER’S ENEMA SYRINGES, GOODYEAR’S CHILDREN ENEMA SYRINGES, FRENCH SELF-ADJUSTING SYRINGES, GUTTA PERCHA SYRINGES, all sites, GLASS AND PEWTER SYRINGES, all sizes, A large assortment of TRUSSES and SUPPORTERS, DR. PARKE’S SHOULDER BRACES, SAUNDER’S MAGIC BENZINE, for cleansing the most delicate Silks, Van Buskirk’s SOZODONT, Swan’s TOOTH POWDER. Clark’s TOOTH POWDER, Thurston’s TOOTH POWDER, Charcoal PASTE, Burnett’s White Oak WASH, Lnbin’s EXTRACTS and Toilet POWDER, Edrehi’s EXTRACTS, Barney’s EXTRACTS, Phalon’s Night-Blooming CEREUS, Baudolott's French EXTRACTS, French and German COLOGNES, Bazin’s FLORIDA WATER, .. ROUGES, LILLY WHITE, Ac., A great variety of Tooth, Nail and Hair BRUSHES, Genuine Badger Shaving BRUSHES, Buffalo, India Rubber and Horn Dressing COMBS, Kendall’s AMBOLINE, for the Hair, Sterling’s AMBROSIA, for the Hair, Bnrnett's COCOAINE, Barney’s Cocoa CASTORINE, Helmstreet’s Inimitable HAIR RESTORER, Parrish’s BANDOLINE, Edrehi’s POMADES, Thompson’s POMADES, Bazin’s POMADES, Douglass’ POMADES, Barry’s TRICOPHERUS, Lyon’s KATHAIRON, BALM OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS, Mrs. Alien’s HAIR RESTORER andZYLOBALSAMUM Prof. Wood’s HAIR RESTORATIVE. —HAIR DYES— Batchelor’s nAIR DYE, Miller's HAIR DYE, Venetian HAIR DYE, French’s Distilled BAY for the Toilet, An endless variety of Toilet SOAPS, Shaving CREAM, Low’s Genuine Brown Windsor SOAP, A large assortment of POCKET BOOKS, A large assortment of Shaker’s HERBS, A variety of POCKET CUTLERY, —FLAVOEISO EXTRACTS— Lemon, Almond, Pine Apple, Raspberry, Strawberry. Orange. Banana. Rose, Vanilla, Nectarine, Peach, Very nice Velvet SPONGES, for the Toilet, 3EIDLITZ POWDERS, CONGRESS WATER, A large assortment of Fresh Garden SEEDS,, just re ceived from the Hpuse of David Landreth A Cos., Philadelphia. We invite the attention of the citizens and Country Dealers to the above large and extensive Stock, which wl 1 be sold low for CASH, at wholesale and retail. B. TO PHYSICIANS AND FAMILIES. Our Stock of DRUGS and CHEMICALS, which are in every day use. are pure, and can be relied npon, and require no stronger testimony of their efficacy than that of coming from Messrs, Sctieflk-in, Brothers & Cos., New York, the largest and most extensive Dim" Ilou-e In the world, who have had an enviable reputation for the last century and a half, , The Compounding and Prescription Department is under the immediate supervision of Mr. W V v Wil son (late of the house or Solomons & Cos., of this’eity ) For his ability and correctness as u Dispenser of Medi cine, the citizens of Savannah are respectfully referred to his past record. Physicians’ Prescriptions, as formerly, componnded at all hours of the night. Night Bell on the Broughton street side of the Store. ICED SODA WATER, with choicest Syrups, from Stone Fountains. APOTHECARIES’ HALL, Comer of Barnard and Broughton Streets. £ REWARD. To any person who will give information that s cer tain party has said, that the reason we are selling cheap is because we do not intend paying onWebta. ” STILL CHEAPER. Ham and Eggs 50 Cent®. Beefsteak and Eggs so •• Pork Steak and Eggs 50 “ Sansages 50 “ Spring Chicken 05 •• Clams in every style 30 ** Vegetables, Coffee or Tea, Hot Biscuit, Ac., Ac., included. SPONGE AND FRUIT CAKES. APPLE, MINCE, AND LEMON PIES. We have no hesitation in saying that our help (un fortunately in some folks' opinion is colored. ICE CREAM, ICE CREAM, ICE CREAM. COOL DRINKS, COOL DRINKS, COOL DRINKS. iODGING FIFTY CENTS. SHERMAN HOUSE, (In rear of Post Office.) may!3 lw TON KING, Proprietor. QHARLES L. COLBY & CO. SHIPPING, C'OMMiasiON AND FORWARDING MERCH^TS. JONES BLOCK, CORKER BAT AND AUXBCOBN STREETS, SAVANNAH, GA. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES * Made on Consignments to the firm of Chas. L. Colby, of New York, or to our friends in Boston. , A. H‘. HOLWAY, Resident Partner. REFERENCES; Messrs. Dabney, Morgan & Cos., New York. Jarirs Slade, Esq., New York. Hon. J, Wiley Edmands, Boston. Gardner Colby, Esq., Boston. mayl3—tf gTEAMER “GEN. R. E. LEE’’ FOR SALE. Pursuant to instructions of the General Command ing the Department of the South, the st eamer "Gen. Leo’’ will l>e offered at private sale for sir days from date, at the expiration of which time, if not sold, it will be put up at auction and sold to the highest bid der. D. K. KNOWLTON. Lieut. 176th N. Y. V., and A. Q M., may!7 In charge of Marine Repair Shops. BURNISHED HOUSE, Or part of one. wanted bv a respectable family Ad dress “House,” office of this paper. maylo-tf News-dealers and others desiring the Savannah Daily Hkald at Wholsale are re quested to send in their orders as early in advance as practicable. W MASON & CO. jNTKKESTING PUBLICATIONS ~ FOR TEE SOLDIER OR THE CITIZEN. the Monthly noyellette, contains a Novelette complete, together with from three to eight short stories, with Illustrations. Terms: $2 per year. Single copies, 25 cents. THE AMERICAN UNION. A FIRESIDE JOURNAL. NO CONTINUED STORIES. Thrilling Stories, Racy Sketches, Stirring Adventures and Choice Home Reading. $3 a year. Four copies, $lO. THE FLAG OF OUR UNION. Devoted to Tales, Sketches, Adventures Poems, News, Noveilettes, Ac. $4 per year THE DOLLAR MONTHLY MAGAZINE. The cheapest magazine in the world. $1.60 a year Seven copies, $9. Nearly one hundred pages of reading matter and illustrations Postage only 12 cents per year. TEN CENT NOVELLRTTES. 128 pages in each book; one-third larger than any other Dime Novel, All of the above publications will be forwarded regu larly by mail, on receipt of price, by ELLIOTT, THOMES A TALBOT. • Publishers, 63 Congress street, Boston, Mass. Samples can be seen, or copies purchased, by ap plying at THE SAVANNAH HERALD STORE, 111 BAT STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. aprlS • ts A NEW PUBLISHING HOUSE. ’ THE CHEAPEST Pt.ACE TO BUT BOOKS I* THE OOUNTRT. HAVE YOU SEEN DAWLEY’S NEW PUBLICA TIONS ? Booksellers, News Dealers, Sutlers, and Peddlers, you can buy your books cheaper of this house than at any other place in the United States. Have you seen ‘Dawley’s Tenpenny Novels,’’ In their new dress—ll laminated covers, the largest, be i t and cheapest 10 cent novels in the market ? The trade supplied at $5 75 per 100, or $55 per 1,000. Eight Numbers now ready. No, I.—THE TWO RIVALS: or, man and money, No. 2— DARE DEVIL DICK; os, tub curse of sold. No. 3—THE FREEBOOTER’S PRIZE. No .4—SPEAKING RIFLE. No. 5-SPIRIT EYE, THE INDIAN CAPTIVE. No. c—lnez, the forest bride. No. 7—GERARD, THE LION KILLER. No. B—BEAL L, THE PIRATE SPY. Also, Dawley’s New War Novels, the most saleable nnd cheapest 26c Novels In market. Trade price sl2 20 per 100, or sllO per 1,000. Beautifully Illuminated covers Seven numbers now ready. No. I—MOSBY, THE GUERRILLA. No. 2—PAULINE, THE FENALE SPY. No. 3—SEMMES, THE PIRATE. No. 4—THE BLACK SCOUT. No. S—OSGOOD, THE DEMON REFUGEE, No. C—CHEATHAM: or, tub swamp dragons, No. 7—PERDITA, THE DEMON’S DAUGHTER, No. 8—(In Press;. BOOTH, THE ASSASSIN. These War Novels arc by all odds the best selling and cheapest Novels for the trade to buy vet publish ed. All are now published in an Illuminated cover. Again: Have you seen “Dawley’s Camp andFire sidc Library,” to retail at 16 cens? Trade pi Ice $9 per 100, or S3O per 1,000. sixth number now .ready. No. I—INCIDENTS OF CAMP LIFE. No. 2—MERCEDES: THE OUTLAW’S DAUGHTER No. 3— NORMA DANTON. No. 4—JUSTINA, THE AVENGER. No. S— THE MAD BARD ; ob. The History of the Castlf. No. 6—SUE MUNDAY, THE GUERRILLA SPY. And again, have yon seen Dawley’s Biographical Library, To retail at 25 cents each. Trade price sl2 50 per 100, or sllO per 1,000. Five numbers now ready, viz: The Life of Abbaham Lincoln— From his birth to his death by the hand of the Assassin. A'so, the Lives of Grant, Sherman, Sheridan, and McClellan. T. R. DAWLEY ‘ Publisher, No. 13 and 15 Park Row, New York. * THE AMERICAN NEWS CO., No. 113 Nassau ■treet. mayl7 LIVE AT THE “OFFICE," No. It 1 2MERCHANTS’ ROW HILTON HEAD. S. C. Chops. Steaks, Pork Sausages, Fresh Fish, Ac., re ceived by every steamer from the North. Green Peas, String Beans New Potatoes. Radishes Lettuce. Ac., received every morning fresh from the Plantations. N. B.—l have no hesitation in saying that my Cooks are men that have served to my knowledge 14 years as Cooks and that my Waiters served under me twenty years ago on board the steamer Herman as Waiters. cleanliness is .next TO godliness BENJAMIN HONEY, maylS lw Proprietor. NEW YORK PAPERS. MR. H. P, RUGG, at 111 BAY STREET, Received by the Arago all the New York Dailies and Weeklies to May 9th, inclusive, HERALD, TRIBUNE, TIMES, WORLD, POLICE GAZETTE, CUPPER, WILKES’ SPIRIT, LEDGER, MERCURY. For Sale this morning at SAVANNAH HEHALD OFFICE. ESTABLISHMENT. ESTABLISHED IN 1532. The subscriber, grateful faaors,bcgs leave to state that he still continues to Dye Woolen Dresses, Shawls, etc., black. In the best manner Gentlemen's Garments cleaned and renovated, or dyed black, as may be required, In the same superior style which has generally so much pleased his patrons and friends for the past thirty years. ALEXANDER GALLOWAY, 36 Drayton street, Savannah, Ga. aprll 3mlaw -Q S. SERVICE MAGAZINE. JUST RECEIVED, AND FOE RALE AT THE SAVANNAH HERALD BUILDING, No. 11l Bat (Street. ALSO, ALL THE NORTHERN DAILY AND WEEKLY PAPERS. COMPLETE FILES OF THE N. Y. DAILIES, Received on the arrival of every Steamer from the North. BEMEMBER THE SAVANNAH HERALD BUILDING, No. 11l Bat Street, pLANf ATION FOR SALE THE SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATION, Known as “BRICKYARD,". For, sale, situate on Hilton Head Island, About five miles from Custom House street; Contains 12 or 1400 acres—4 or 500 acres heavy wood Live Oak and Mine, the balance valuable Cotton Land, or suitable for Early Gardening purpo ses. Has high banks and deep water on Broad Creek, suitable for wharves. Price, $15,000. Address j. e. white; mayS-tf Box 20 Hilton Head, S. C NEWSPAPERS, FOR WRAPPING PAPER, For sale at the SAVANNAH HERALD OFFIC NO. 11l BAX STREET. mar 22 * Savannah, Ga., March. 8,1866. After this date the Provost Court will be held in the U. S. Court House, op stairs, comer of Bull and Bay* streets EBEN PARSONS, Jr., mar 9—ts Lieut, and Provost Judge. jpROVOST COURT NOTICE. On and after this date, the First Provost Court, Ist Lieut. Eben Parsons, Jr., Judge, will be held at the U. 8. Court House, comer of Bull and Bay streets. The Second Provost Court, Capt. James M. Walton, Judge, will be held In the room over Adams’ Express Co.’s office, comer Bay and Drayton streets. The respective jurisdictions are fixed by General Order No. 6., and all parties having business before said Courts will govern themselves accordingly. By order, PROVOST JUDGES. mar2o ts NEW SKIRT FOR 1865. Awondcrful invention for Ladles. Unquestionably superior to all others. Don't fail to readtbe advertisement in the Savannah Herai-d, containing full particulars, every Monday morning. edexM3mo mar2l to Rent immediately: A House with not less than four rooms, by a respect able family. Rent moderate. Inquire at the Herald office. myll J T. THOMAS, lias opened an INSURANCE, BROKERAGE and General Agency Office at No. 117 Bay street, and will attend to the purchas?and sale of leal estate, stocks and bonds. • gWEET CIDER FOR SALE, To families by the quart or gallon, at O’MEARA & CO’S over Adams f Express Office. Bay street. mh24 • ISINFKCTANT. Small quantities of tKj Per Manganate of Potash will be lumished, at the request of any Physician, by the Health Officer. febio QOW AND CALF LOST. A White Speckled Cow, with letters W Hor H W on her right hind hip. One horn is smaller than the other. The Calf is red, with a white face; aboni a year old. They were last seen on Saturday evening In West Broad street, at the headoflndian street. A reward of Five Dollars will be paid for any information concerning them by applying at this office. may 15 R" OOMS TO LET AT HILTON HEAILS. C.' in The Palmetto Herald Building, com*M Mer chants' Row and Palmetto Avenue, snitublaK busi ness purposes or lodgings. Apply to E. S. SAMPSON, Jr., on the pr»noises. ts mar4m I J>OBT QUARTERMASTER'Mg’FICB, 0 CxntuMkilboad Bank, Savannah, Ga., May, Ist, 18C6. In pursuance of orders,' received at thia office, all citizens occupying buildings, whose owners are ab sent within the Rebel lines, or buildings, j>r other property belonging to disloyal persons, will, unless such buildings have been previously assigned— rent free—settle the rents for the same, due the Uni tod States, at this office or or before the 10th of May. A failure to comply with the above will caua» a forfeiture of all claims to further occuprtion. S. S. STARR, mayl Capt. and A. Q. M., In charge of buildings. QllEcks ON~NKW'foBK^ ” In sums to suit purchasers, supplied at par by C. C. NORVELL A CO., Corner of Bull street, opposite the Post Office. may6-7t* pXCHANGE ON NEW YORK. Fdt SALE BY H. BRIGHAM, ap26 ts 93 Bay street. HEADQ'RS DEPARTMENT OF THE SOUTH, Hilton Head, S. C., May 18,1865. General Order,! No. 61. / I. The Districts of Hilton Head and Beaufort, are hereby consolidated into one, to be known as the Dis trict of Port Royal, with its Headquarters at Hilton Head. 11. Brig. Gen. E. E. Potter, U. 9. V., is hereby as signed to the command of the District of Port Royal. IH. The following General Orders from the War Department, are published for the information and government of this command: WAR DEPARTMENT, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, May 1, 1865. General Orders,) No. 79. / ■FOB REI)CUING THE NUMBER OF GENERAL, FIELD AND STAFF OFFICERS. It is ordered by the President, that resignations of of General, Field and Staff Officers will be received un til the fifteenth of this month; at which date the Ad jutant General is directed to commence mustering honorably out of service all General, Field and Staff officers who are unemployed, or whose service is no longer needed. By order of the President of the ulted States. W. A. NICHOLS, Assistant Adjutant General. WAR DEPARTMENT, Adjutant Offioe, Washington, May 3, 1865. General Orders,) NO. 81. ; With a view to prevent accidents, Commanders of Army Corps, Departments, and Military Divisions,will immediately take the precautions necessary to ensure the discharge of all small arm* and cannon, Including those captured from the enemy, before being turned over by the troops for storage or shipment. By order of the Secretary of War. , W, A. NICHOLS, Assistant Adjutant General. WAR DEPARTMENT, Adjutant General's Offioe, Washington. May 0,1865. General Orders, ) No. 82. / FOR REDUCING THE NUMBER OF COMPANY AND STAFF OF FICERS OF VOLUNTEER REGIMENTS. By direction of the President, all Company and Staff Officers of Volunteer Regiments, absent from their commands on account of physical disability, or by vir tue of leaves of absence granted them on their return to loyal States as prisoners of war, will be honorably mustered out of the sendee of the United States, of date the fifteenth (15th) Inst. Said officers will Immediately apply by letter, to the Adjutant, General of the Army for their muster-out ana discharge papers. In case of physical disability from disease or wounds, the let er must be accompa nied by a Medical Certificate of the usual form. The Post Office address of the officer must be given with care In all cases. By order of the Secretary of War. W. A. NICHOLS, Assistant Adjutant General. By command of Major Gen. Q. A. GILLMORE. T. D. HODGES, waylO Capt. 3fith U. S. C. TANARUS„ A. A. A. O. (Official.) HEADQ’RS. DEPT. OF THE SOUTH. Hilton Head, S. C., May b, 1806. General Orders,) No. 68. / To enable all men absent from their commands to be properly mustered ont of service at the expiration of their term, the following regulations will be strictly complied wlfb; • Ist. Whenever enlisted men are separated from their Companies on furlough, detached service, or in hospi tals, they will be furnished by their Commanding Offl’ cers with descrivtive lists, on which will be shown ail the data affecting their pay, clothing accounts, Ac. 2d. Commanders of regiments, battalions, or detach ments, in this Department, will immediately cause de scriptive lists of all enlisted men now absent from the Department, as prisoners of war, on detached service, or In hospitals, to be forwarded direct to the Chief Mus terlmj Officer of their respective States, and in case one was furnished the soldier at the time he left his com mand, the copy heroin directed to be furnished such Chief Mustering Officer will be marked across the'Dice, “Duplicate." By command ot'Major-General Q. A. GILLMORE. T. D. Hodoesi Capt. 36th U. 8. C. T.. Act. Asst. Adit- General. HEADO’RS DEPT. OF THE SOUTH, » Hilton Head, S. C.. May 10,13*55.) General Orders,) No. 60. / The following-named Medical Officers arc hereby announced as Quarantine Officers for the several ports set opposite their names, and will be obeyed and re spected arcordlnglv: Assist Surgeon J. G. Murphy, U. S. Vols., Port Roy al Harbor. S. C. Asst. Surgeon E. K. Hogan, U. S. Vols., Tybee Roads, Ga. Asst. Snrgeon Alexander Lelohg, TT. S. Vols., Fer nandina, Fla. Asst. - nrgeon E. D. Buckman, U. 8. Vols., Charles ton, S. C. By command of General Q. A. GILLMCRE. 1 T. D. Hodges, may!3 Capt. 36th U. 8. C. TANARUS., A. A. A. Q. JJATION TICKETS. Citizens interested, are called upon to notice partic ularly the following instructions in reference to their Ration Tickets for the next week. All persons absolutely needy will apply for Tickets at the “Relief Committee Rooms, ” in the Exchange, in the following order, viz: district no. 1. Extending from Bay street, south, to South Broad street, and from Bull street, east, (Including Magazine Ward;, to the city limits. Citizens of this District wil. be served on Monday and Tuesday next. White fam ilies will be served fiom 9 a. m. to Ip. m. Colored families from 4 p. m. to 6 p. m. district no. 2. Lying east of Bnll street and south of South Broad street, exteudlngto the city limits. Will be served on Wednesday and Thursday. Whites from 9a.m. to 1 p. m.; colored lrom 4toop. m. district no. S. Lying between Bay street and South Broad street, andfrom BulUtreet,west, to West Broad street. - Will be served on Friday. Whites from 9 a, m. to 1 p. m,; colored from 4t06 p. in. district no. 4. % Lying between Bnll and West Broad streets, tnd from South Broad street, south, to the city limits Will be served on Saturday and Monday, May 7th. Whites lrom 9a.m.to Ip. m. : colored from 4to 6 p. m. \ district no. C. . ‘ Yamacraw—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 Ip. m.; color ed from 4 to 6 p. m. district no. 6. RoWtsville. Will be served on Thursday, May 19th. Whites from 9a.m.to Ip. m.: colored from 4 to 6 p. m. ■ JpOR SALE, N At the Upper Ri<* Mill, RICE FLOUR in any quan tity, at seventy -five cents psr bushel. mayis 3