Lessee and Business Manager orant taggabt.
Director of Amusements thomas wejb
Stage Manager j. w. carxer
THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING, MAY 25th, 1666,
The performance will commence with the new and
Original Domestic Drama, entitled
THE POACHER’S DOOM;
OR, TilE HOREN UOIS QUESTION.
Robert Shelly Thomas Weir
James Greenfield Mr. Howard
Union Jack Mr. earner
Chalk Mr. Hunter
Moletrap Mr. Wadkius
Rachel Ril&nd Miss Florence La Fond
Fanny Dawcett Miss Elsie St. Leon
Comic Song • J. w. earner.
To conclude with the Sterling Farce of
DODGING FOR A WIFE,
I.allypap Mr. Carner
John Smith ; Mr. Howard
Brummegen Mr. Simpson
Fanny. Miss Maude St. Leon
On Saturday Evening next a Benefit will be given
to the Favorite and Talented Actress
MISS MAUDE ST. LEON.
S3?“NOTICE.—AIes, Wines and Segars can be had
at the Theatre Bar.
Notios.—The doors will open at 7, and the
curtain rise atß)£ o’clock precisely,
Box office open from 10 until 2 o’clock.
(EST PRICES OF ADMISSION AS USUAL.
All bills must be presented weekly.
■y-OLKS GAKT EN ,
Between Jefferson and Montgomery streets,
Will be open to-night, and every night, for the public.
Concert Music C7ery Evening from 7 to 10 o’clock
SAVANNAH CITY ORCHESTRA,
Professor Georgs Wsioajcd, Leader.
REFRESHMENTS OF THE BEST QUALITY
WILL ALWAYS HI ON BAND.
QOAT LOST OR STOLEN.
A black broadcloth frock coat. A reward will be
paid. Address. “M. S.” Herald Office,
JTyiARY BOOK LOST.
Lost on the night of the 19th inst,. in the vicinity of
the ‘‘Our House" or the Savannah Hotel, a Diary
Pocket Book marked on the inside with a lead pencil
John R, Hover, 18th Indiara. The finder will confer
a favor and be rewarded, if desired, by leaving the
same at the Police Headquarters, northwest corner of
Broughton and Ball streets. may22-6t
Yesterday a little girl about three years old, stray
ed from her home in Stewart street. She has curly
hair, and answers to the name of Elizabeth. Whoever
will return her, or give information where she may be
found, will confer a great favor on her afflicted mother.
may 22. CATHARINE BODELI..
QOW AND CALF LOST.
A White Speckled Cow, with letters W H or H W
on her right hind hip. -One horn is smaller than the
other. The Calf is red, with a white face; about a
year old. They were last seen on Saturday evening
in West Broad street, at the head of Indian street, A
reward of Five Dollars will be paid for any information
concern ing them by applying at this office. mayl 5
JpiRST CLASS BOARD WANTED.
With two good rooms, In a central location, by two
single gentlemen. Price no object, if the accommo
dations are satisfactory.
Address, Box 81, Savannah Post Office.
'J'HREE ROOMS WANTED
as near .the corner of Bay and Drayton streets as pos
8. K. HEAD,
Savannah Herald Office.
jpMPTY BOTTLES WANTED.
Skeban & Conyngham of 176 Broughton street, will
Pay Cash for all kinds of empty bottles by calling or
delivering them at the above number.
__ in ay 23-ts
For a small family. Address, “O. W. M.,” Savannah
Post Office. may23tf
Rooms ro let at hilton head, s. c., in
The Palmetto Herald Building, corner of Mer
chants’Row and Palmetto Avenue, euitable for busi
ness pu-posesor lodgings. Apply to E. S. SAMPSON,
Jr., on the premises. ts mar-tm
PEEP INTO FUTURITY.
Has purchased, at an enormous expense, a wonderful
Instrument of French invention, by which she Is ena
bled to take a sac simile miniature of
THE PERSON YOU WILL MARRY!
AM) ET in n
THE DATE OF THE HAPPY EVENT.
Send lier your age, color of your hair and eyes, and
whether of light or dark complexion.
Enclose !>0 (3 Stamped Envelope) Cents to
may 21-1 w Post Office, Detroit, Michigan.
HEADQ'RS. DEP*T. OF THE SOUTH,
_ Hilton Head, 8. C„ May 22,1865.
No. 66. /
1 ®commenaation of the Medical Director, Aeet.
dnt»'n« o' Mur J-8- Vols., Is hereby relievad from
? ara ?.- m , e Officer for Port Royal Harbor.
Asst. surg. Walter R. Way, U. S. Vols is hereby
wiM B n Qaa K aU i, i , ne cer for Port Royal
r’“ na Wlil *>e obeyed and respected accordingly.
By command of General A. GILLMOKE.
W. £. M, brsuEii,
T. D. Honors, Asslatan t Adjutant General.
C »a4^7t U ’ 3 ‘ C ' T ANARUS” Act ' Asßt ' Aiit Gen
25 pkgs. Choice GOSHEN BITTER,
For sale to close Consignment.
Apply to N
W. H. SHERWOOD,
may24-2t Cor. Broughton and Whitaker Sts.
pi I LT O N & RANDE L~L,
W HOLE SALE GROOVES, *
193 BAY STREET, NEAR BARNARD,
WUI be in constant receipt, per Stei m re from New
York, of an extensive and complete a sort meat of
Goods consisting, in part, of
SUGARS, SYRUP, MOLASSES,
FLOUR. TEAS, COFFEE,
BITTER CHEESE, LARD,
SOAPS, STARCH, CANDLES,
WINES, ALE* CIDER,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
To which they call the attention of the Trade
TM PORTED AND DOMESTIC
WINES AND LIQUORS,
at vboiisui, fob Family rti,
AT 207 BAY STREET.
ISRAEL R. SEALY & CO.
!=r:r " —"P
QLAMS! CLAMS! CLAMS!!
IN TUB SHELL OE SHELLED CUT,
With other Refreshments, at the oldest and best stand
ON HILTON HEAD ISLAND
For a va.iety of something Good to Eat at ail times, at
THE EAGLE SALOON,
In rear ol the Post Office, Port Royal, S. C.
PETER FITZGERALD respectfully informs his old
friends, and the public in general, that since Oysters
at e out of season far a time., his Daily Patrons cau find
a good substitute Ilf CLAMS, cooked to order, In every
style, at the shortest notice. He has also a constant
fresh meats,Poultry, fish* vegetables,
From the North and other places in this vicinity.
Meals cooked to order at any hour during the day.
Our motto Is to “Live well."
PETER FITZGERALD, Proprietor.
may 23 ts
EVERY DAY AT ELEVEN O’CLOCK,
IN BAY LANE.
may2o 2w Rear of Custom House.
OFFICE OF STREET COMMISSIONER.
No. 126 South Broad Street,
Savannah, Ga., May 26,1806
I. On and after the first day of June, this City will be
divided into Two Districts, for the purpose of remov •
Tne First District comprises all that portion lying
North of a direct line drawn through the center of
South Broad street, from the eastern to the western
limits of the city. Carts will remove the garbage from
this District on Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each
The Second District comprises all that portion lying
South of the First District. Carts will remove the gar
bage from this District on Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday of each week.
H. On and after the above date, all rubbish and gar
bage which may accumulate must be put into conve
nient vessels, and previous to 7 o'clock in the morning
of each day, as above de-.ignated for the respective
Districts • such vessels must be placed on the sidewalks
of the streets or alleys, and permitted to remain there
until emptied by my employees, after which they will
be removed by their owners.
All other persons are forbidden to destroy or in any
way Interfere with the vessels so placed upon the side
walks, and they must not be exposed to the public
view, except as above specified.
in. Keepers of Animals must not permit manure to
be thrown into the Streets or Alleys, neither must the
accumulation thereof in, or near any stable or yard be
permitted to exceed one cart load before being remov
IV. The emptying of Slops or Wash-water into the
Sewers is hereby forbidden.
V. The occupants of buildings and owners of vacant
lots will be held individually responsible for the clean
liness of the side-walks, streets and alleys adjacent to
their premises, leaves and rubbish of all kinds found
thereon must be disposed of in the same manner as
garbage. Waste-water which cannot otherwise be dis
posed of, must be scattered about the streets or alley
so that no pools or mud holes will be caused thereby.
• The District Inspector will report promptly to this
office the name and residence of any person permitting
garbage vessels to remain exposed to public view, ex
cept iu accordance with “Section II," or in any other
way violating the provisions of this Circular in order
that thev mhy be reported to the Provost Judge.
By command of Brevet Mgj. Gen. GROVER.
Capt. and Street Commissioner.
OFFICE SUPERVISOR OF TRADE,
Savannah, May 24th, 1865.
lam instructed by General Orders No. 11, Headquar
ters District of Savannah, April 23d, 1863, to collect a
tax of 3 per cent, upon all incomes of six hundred
($600) and upwards, from Real Estate.
All persons whose incomes from this source exceed
six hundred ($000) dollars per annum, will be required
to make a return of such property and Incomes imme
diately, for the month of May.
Blank returns for this purpose may be had on appli
cation at this office.
(Signed) ALFRED NEAFIE,
Lt. Col. and Supervisor of Trade,
HEADO’RS DEPT. OF THE SOUTH,
„ „ - Hilton Head, S.C.. May 22, 1365.
General Orders, 1
No. 67. /
, ?'nf,K O IJ 0 j V l tlg .V i3 P a i ( 'b from the War Department,
is pabltehed for the information of this command:
WAR DEPARTMENT, '
T ANARUS„ „ Wabhinoton, 2;20 p M., May 16th, 1865.
J?r^ a a° r ®f neral Q. A. Gili.more, Hilton Head.
Beneramrri tary -' f W * T direct 9 that ‘be provisions of
SndP c » rr ent series, be extended to In
elude fill patients who, although requiring further
S.ELdt’iSS'’’; r * 6le >° "S
3SA W!, STS
the Vetsrau Reserve Corps. * 03 aud our Bes of
_ ~, .Assistant Adjutant General
By cmnmand of Mgr General $ a. GILLMOKE.
Assistant Adjutant General.
may 23 7t Capt. 35th U. S. c. tl.'/la'a n
OFFICE OF HEALTH OFFICER
Savannah, Ga„ May 28,1865
Circular No. I.
The Vaccination Offices, comer President and Price
streets, and Montgomery, near Jones, are, from th*s
date discontinued, and the Vaccination Office for t s e
City will, in future, be N. W. cor, Hull and Whitaker
streets. All persons not vaccinated within six months
past, will apply without delay to said office. Vaccina
tion hours between 8 and . . M., and 3 and 5, P. M„
dally. (Sundays excepted)
A. P. DALRYMPLE,
m»y24-Tt Surg, N. 9. V, . Health Officer.
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
Corner of Barnard and Brockton Streets,
W r . M. WALSIL M. D. PROPRIETOR.
AYER’S CHERRY PECTORAL,
AYERS’ AGUE CURE,
OSGOOD’S CHOLOGOGUE, for Fever aud Ague,
DR. COPELAND'S SPECIFIC, so; Fever and Ague.
—PILLS NEVER KNOW N TO FAIL
BLANCARD’S FKRAGINOUS PILLS,
AYER’S PILLS, *
SIR JAMES CLARKE’S FEMALE PILLS,
DUPONCO’S LADIES' PULS,
MANDRAKE’S LIVER PILLS, for Ceisiipatiou and
Congested Conditions of the Liver.
KENNEDY’S SAIT RHEUM SALVE
REDDING S RUSSIA SALVE,
DALLY’S PAIN EXTRACTOR,
GOLDEI EYE SALVE,
MCALISTER’S ALL-HEALING ONTMENT,
TOBIAS’ VENETIAN LINIMENT.
MEXICAN MUSTANG UNIMEIT,
RABWAY’S READY RE.IEF,
PERRY DAVIS' PAH KILLER,
SANDFORD’S LIVER INVIGORaTOR,
HELMBOLDT'S EXTRACT KCHU.
WISTAR'3 BALSAM OF VtfLD CHERRY,
MORTIMER’S RHEUMATIC COMPOUND & BLOOD
WISTAR’S COUGH LOZEN®S,
BROWN’S BRONCHIA. TROCHES,
KIDDER’S ASTHMATIC FUMIGATUG PASTILES,
BRYAN’S PULMONIC WAFERS, for Caghs * Colds,
KIDDER’S INDELLIBLE INK,
PAYSON’S INDELLIBLE INK.
BROWN’S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER,
THAYER’S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER,
THAYER’S ESSENCE JAMAICA BINBER,
THAYER’S CONCENTRATED ILUID EXTRACT,
PURE TABLE OIL,
NEATSFOOT OIL, | j
DR. PERRY’S DEAD SHO' 1 VERMIFUGE,
REXFORD’S GINGER BREAD NITS, for Worms,
KIDDER’S ENEMA SIRIIGES,
GOODYEAR’S CHILDREN ESEJA SYRINGES,
FRENCH SELF-ADJUSTING (FRINGES,
GUTTA PERCHA SYRINGES, al wee,
GLASS AND PEWTER!FRINGES, all sizes,
A large assortment of TRUSSESBd SUPPORTERS,
DR. PARKE’S SHOULDER BRAES,
SAUNDER’S MAGIC BENZINJ for cleansing the
most delicate Sts,
Van Buskirk’s SOZODONT,
Swan’s TOOTH POWDER
Clark’s TOOTH FOWDR
Burnett’s WTte Oak WASH.
Lubin’s EXTRACTS and ToIIetPOWDER
Phalon’s Night-BUming CEREUS,
Bdudolott’s Fmchr EXTRACTS,
French ancGerman COLOGNES,
Bazin's FLORIDA WATER,
ROUGE, LILLY WHITE, Ac.,
A great variety of Tooth, Naisnd Hair BRUSHES,
Genuine Badger Shaviq BRUSHES,
Buffalo, India Rubber and Hal Dressing COMBS,
Kendall's AMBOLINE, for the Air,
Sterling's AMBROSIA, forle Hair,
Barney’s Cocoa CAtt'ORINE,
Helmstreet’s Inimitable HAIR lESTORER,
BAI.M OF A THOUSAD FLOWERS,
Mrs. Allen’s HAIR RESTOREFmdZYLOBALSAMUM
Prof. Wood’s HAIR itSTORATIVE.
Batchelor’s HAIR DYE,
’ netiau HAIR DYE,
French’s Distilled BAY W/TER, for the Toilet,
An endless variety of Toilet. I fAPS, Shaving CREAM,
Low’s Genuine Brow Windsor SOAP,
A large assortment of POC ET BOOK 9,
A large assortment of Sha ir’s HERBS,
A variety of POCKET CUjLERY,
Lemon, Almond, Pine AppU Raspberry, Strawberry.
Orange, Banana, Rose, Nectarine, Peach,
Very nice Velvet SPONGEsjor the Toilet,
I CONGRESS WATER,
A large assortment of Fre«lGarden SEEDS, just re
ceived from the House 4 David Landretb & Cos.,
We invite the attention <j the citizens and Connti v
Dealers to the above large hd extensive Stock, which
wl 1 be sold low for CASH, it wholesale and retail.
HT*N. B. TO PHYSICKNS AND FAMILIES.
Onr Stock of DRUGS andOHEMICALS, which are
In every day use. are pure, slid can be relied upon, and
require no stronger testlnnny of their efficacy than
that of coming from Messrs Scheffleln, Brothers A Cos.,
New York, the largest and host exteusive DrugHou-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 of Sdomons A Cos., of this city,)
For his ability and correctness as a Dispenser of Medi
cine, the citizens of Savant ah are respectfully referred
to his past record.
Physicians' Prescriptions, as formerly, compo -lided
at all hours of the night
Night Bell on the Broughton street side of the Store.
ICED SODA WATER, with choicest Syrups, from
Corner of Barnard'bad Broughton Streets.
HEADQ’RS. DEPT. OF.THE SOUTH.
Hu. ton Reap, S. C., May 18, 1865.
Grnirat. Orders, \
No. o.j. J
The following General Order from the War Depart
ment, is published for the information of this com
Adjutant Gcnfrai.'s Office,
.. „ Washington, May 6, 1865.
No. S3. f
For Reducing the Volunteer Cavalry forces of the Army.
I. Immediately upon the receipt of this Order bv
Commanding Generals of Armies and Departments,
nil 1 oln -iteer soldiers gs the Caralrv arm, whose terms
of service will expire prior to October lot, 1865, will be
mustered out and discharged the service of the United
Stales. In discharging the said troops, the following
will be observed:
1. The musters out will be made, in accordance with
evi'ding regulations, by the Commissaries of Musters
ot Divisions, under the directions of Commissaries of
Musters of Corps or Departments.
2 Army and Department Commanders will forth
with ascertain the number of raeu within their respec
tive commands to be discharged, and report the same
direct to the Paymaster General of the Army, forward
ing a duplicate of the report to the Adjutant General.
Said report must specify the number for each regiment
or company, if an independent one.
3. Tile Paymaster General will arrange to make im
mediate nayment to the men discb&rgtil, said pay*
ments to be made in the Armies or lVp.irtments in
which the men may be serving at and lie of muster out.
If- All Cavalry remaining in service after the afore
said discharges have beeu made, will be immediately
consolidated into complete maximum regimental organ
izations, and as follows:
1. Army and Department Commanders will select
aud designate the organizations to be consolidated
2- Organizations from the same State will be consol
idated with each other.
3- All supernumerary commissioned and non-com
missioned officers, will be mustered out at the date the
consolidation of their respective commands is made
4. The commissioned and non-commissioned officers
to be retained, not exceeding the legal number, will
be selected by Army aud Department Commanders ||
5. The proper Commissaries of Musters, and their
Assistants, will be charged, under existing regulations,
with the prompt execution of the details.
111. Corps and Department Commanders will see
that tho work is pushed with energy, and executed
accurately and promptly, using to this end, Division
and Brigade Commanders to superintend it, with their
respective staff officers, to aid the Mustering Officer In
collecting the necessary data for the transfer rolls, (see
Circular No. 64, series of 1864, Adjutant Geueral’s Of
fice,) muster-out rolls, and other necessary discharge
papers, as well as the preparation of the same.
IV. Hoises and other public property rendered sur
plus by the reduction iu the forces, will be turned over
to, and cared for by, the proper officers of the supply
V. Regimental and company records, rendered no
longer necessary, will be taken charge of by the pro
per Commissary of Musters, and forwarded to the Ad
jutant General of the Army. The record* of each com
pany or regiment must be arranged by themselves,
and the package containing them marked distinctly
with tbe contents.
VI. Commissaries of Masters, and their Assistants,
will be held responsible that the necessary rolls are
delivered and forwarded to their deetinatlon, without
By order of the Secretary of War:
E. D. TOWNSEND,
_ , Assist. AdJt. General.
By command ol Major-General Q. A GILLMOKE
T. D. Hoboes,
Capt. Seth U. S. C.., Act. Asst. Adit. Gen.
JMPORTANT NOTICE TO COTTON OWNERS.
Office of the U. S. Purchasing Agent, >
Savannah, Ga., May 22, 1866. /
The attention of cotton owners is called to the fol
lowing extracts from the “Amended Regulations for
the purchase of products of the Insurrectionary States
on Government Account," Issued from the Treasury
Department of date May 9th, 1866, and approved by
the President of the same date.
“I. Agents shall be appointed by the Secretary of
the Treasury, with the approval of the President, to
purchase for the United States, under special instruc
tions from the Secretary of the Treasury, products of
the States declared to be In Insurrection at such places
as may from time to time be designated by the Secre
tary of the Treasury as markets or places of purchaae.
in. The operation* of Purchasing Agents shall be
confined to the single article of Cotton; and they
shall give public notice at the place to which they
rhall be assigned, that they will purchase, in accord
ance with these regulations, all cotton not captured
or abandoned, which may he brought to them.
IV. To meet the requirements of the Sth section of
the Act of July 2, 1864, the Agents shall secure all
cotton so brought, and fortbw th return to the seller
three-fourths thereof, which portion shall be an aver
age grade of the whole, according to the certificate of
a sworn sampler or expert.
V. All cotton purchased and resold by purchasing
Agents shall be exempt from all fine and all Interna!
taxes. And tbe Agent selling shall mark the same
“FREE" and furnish to the purchaser a bill of sale
duly and accurately describing the character and quan
tity sold, and containing a certificate that it is exempt
from taxes and fees as above.
IX, All Agents are prohibited from purchasing any
product of an insurrectionary State, wtiich shall have
been captured by the m litary or naval forces of the
United States, or which shall have been abandoned
by the lawful owner thereof.
X. “These regulations, whieh are intended to revoke
and annul all others on the subject heretofore made,
will take effect aud be in force on and after May 10th,
The undersigned has been appointed Purchasing
Agent at Savannah, and hereby gives notice that he is
prepared to purchase, in accordance with the regula
tions, of which the above paragraphs are extracts, all
Cotton not captured or abandoned, which may be
brought to him.
The war is virtually closed, and to the eHd that the
people may, to as full an extent as possible, commence
to reap the benefits of a state of peace, it is desiraqle
that the old and regular channels of trade be re-estab
ed, new ones opened, and the occupations of the peo
ple, both in city and.country, he resumed. It is ex
pected that the purchase, by the Treasury Department,
in good faith of the cotton ip the country now in the
hands of its owners, returning therefor a fair and hon
cst equivalent, will largely tend to bring about a state
of things so much to be desired by all.
jljßestrictions upon trade are now virtually abolished,
and citizens may, with a few unimportant exceptions,
now purchase and take away whatever their necessi
ties require, and I feel satisfied that the disposition to
do all that may be done to bring about once more a
normal and healthy condition of trade will not be
wanting. Cotton owners may rest assured that it is
now perfectly sale (so far at least as any interference
on the part of the Government is concerned) for them
to bringjn and dispose of their cotton, The fullest
protection will be guaranteed, upon its arrival in Sa
vannah, and such other protection and safe conduct as
the Agent may he able to obtain for cotton in transitu
will be freely afforded
It is hoped that before long enterprise will open np
better and safer means of communication with, and
transportation to, Savannah from the interior than
now exists. In the meantime, and until that takes
place, owners of Cotton at distant points desirons of
marketing it at Savannah, will doubtless be able to
devise temporary expedients for accomplishing that
T. P. ROBB,
U. S. Purchasing Agent.
Brevet Major General Commanding.
may 23 ts
OFFICE OF THE MEDICAL DIRECTOR,
Department of tue Be mi.
Hilton Head, S. C„ May 19, 1865.
General Orders, >
No. 9. J
The USA. Officers’ General Hospital, Depart
ment of the South, established in accordance with
General Orders, No. 127, War Department. A. G. O,
series teet. ai Beaufort, 8. C., is hereby transierred
to Hilton Head, S. C. MEREmTH CLT MER-
Lt.-Col. and Medical Director,
Department of the south.
W F. Buchanan,
Asst Surgeon V- S. Army, Executive Officer.
“ HEADQ’KS DIST. OF SAVANNAH,)
Savannah, Go., May 20, 1865. /
General Order, j
General Order No. 33, revoking General Order No.
89, is hereby revoked.
General Order No. 29 will therefore Immediately go
Into effect, subject to any amendments which may
hereafter from time to time be found necessary.
By command of
Brevt. Maj.-Gen’l C. GROVER.
Edwosd G. Dues, A. A. G. ma/20
gTAR LINK. *
FOR NEW YORK.’***
The New and Elegant Steamship WEYBO9BETT,
Captain Parish, will leave for tbe above port on
WEDNESDAY, 31st Inst
For freight or passage, having splendid accommo
dation, apply to
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN* CO.,
may24-tf < ji * . i_
THE SOLDIER OR THE CITIZEN.
THE MONTHLY NOVELLETTE, *
contains a Novelette complete, together wtuh from
throe to eight short stories, with Illustrations. Terms :
$2 per year. Bingle copies, 26 cents.
THE AMERICAN UNION.
A riBUSIDE JOURNAL, NO CONTINUED STOBtSS.
Thrilling Stories, Racy Sketches. Stirring Adventure*
and Choice Home Reading. $3 a year. Four copies,
THE FLAG OF OUR UNION.
Devoted to Tales, Sketches, Adventures Poems,
News, Novellcttes, *e. $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
TEN CENT NOVELLKTTES.
128 pages In each book ; one-third larger than any
other Dime Novel,
All of the above publications will be forwarded regu
larly by mall, on receipt of price, by
ELLIOTT, THOMES * TALBOT,
08 Congress afreet,
Samples can be seen, or copies purchased, byap
THE SAVANNAH HERALD STORE,
111 HAT Him,
aprlß . u
S. SERVICE MAGAZINE.
JUST REC EIVE ft
and fo* sale at m
SAVANNAH HERALD BUILDING.
No. 11l Bai (Stiiit,
ALL THlj NORTHERN DAILY AND WEEKLY
COMPLETE FILES OF THE N. Y. DAILIES,
Received on the arrival of every Steamer from the
SAVANNAH flhm. rn BUILDING
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 Tuesdty next. White fam
ilies will be served Horn 9 a. m. to Ip. m. Colored
families from 4 p. m. to 6 p. m.
district no. 2.
Lying east of Bull street and south of South Broad
street, extendlngto the city limits. Will be served on
Wednesday and Thursday. Whites fro nr «a. m to 1
p. m.; colored from 4to6p. m. m
district "o. 3.
Lying between Boy afreet and South Broad street,
and from Bull street, west, to West Broad street.
Will be served on Friday. Whites from 9 a, m. to 1
p. m,; colored from 4to6p. m.
district no. A
Lying between Bull and West Broad streets, and
from South Broad street, south, to the dty limits.—
Will be served on Saturday and Monday, May 7th.
Whites lrom 9a.m.to Ip. m.; colored from 4to 6
district no. 6.
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.
Robertsvllle. Will be served on Thursday, Ma£
19th. Whites from 9a.m. to Ip.m.; colored from 4
to 6 p. m.
HEADQ’RS. U. S. FORCES, '
Savannah, Ga., May 22,1865.
No. 37. j
Authorised Dealers In Liquors in this dty will be go
verned by the following regulations, viz :
I. Liquors will not be sold, or otherwise disposed of,
in less quantities than by the quart; and will not bo
drank upon the premises of the seller.
11. No liquor will be sold, or otherwise disposed of.
to enlisted men of the army or navy, or to persons for
re-sale, or to take beyond the mllitair lines or this
post, except upon special permit from these Headquar
111. Proprietors will be held responsible for the con
duct of their employees, and any person who shall be
convicted of having knowingly violated any portion of
the foregoing regulations. In addition to suffering the
penalties adjudged in the Provost Court having Juris
diction, shall be required to leave this District not to
By command of Brevet Maj. Gen. C. GROVER,
Edward G. Dike, A. A, G.
M*y23 ; L&i#
XJ Small quantities of th i Per Manganate ot Potash
will be tarnished, at the request of any Physician, b
the Health Officer; kbio