Lessee and Business Manager.. grant taggart.
Director of Amusements a. u. dayenfoht.
Stage Manager . t. j. hbrndon.
FRIDIY EVENING, APRIL 2d, 1865.
The performance will commence wit h Miss Matilda
Heron’s Great play of
CAMILLE ; or, THE STORY OF A HEART.
Armand Duval Mr. A. H. Davenport
Count de Varville Mr. J. W. Camer
Gaston Mr. T. J. Herndon
Mons. Duval Mr. Simpson
Gustave .• Mr. Rogers
Camille Miss Florence Lafond
Nanine Miss Fanny Prestige
Madame Prudence Airs. M. L. Berrell
Nichette : Miss Elsie St. Leon
Olympe —Miss Maude St. Leon
Alter which, a Grand Castilian Pas de Deux, by Misa
Maude 9t. Leon and Mr. J. W. Camer.
To conclude with the Farce of
TURNED UP AGAIN.
John Peter Pillicoddy...... Mr. Herndon
Capt, O’Scuttle Mr. Simpson
Mre. O’Scuttle Mrs. Berrell
Mrs. Pillicoddy. Miss Maude St. Leon
Sarah Blunt Miss Fanny Preslige
PAUL PRY and the Musical Burletta of THE AL
PINE MAID will speedily be produced.
Notice.—ln future the doors will open at T and the
tnrtain rise at 8 o'clock precisely.
Box office open from 10 until 2 o’clock.
W PRICES OF ADMISSION AS USUAL.
All bille*mu9t be presented weekly.
(Formerly Bt. Andrew’s Hall.)
swx atnam Aim r.vMA.N- Lessees and Managers
OPEN EVERY NIGHTI
CHANGE OF PROGRAMME NIGHTLY.
For particulars see Bills. ts apl9
LIME! LIME!! LIME!?!
800 casks best quality Thomaston Lime, suitable for
brick work, plastering, white washing,* or for sanitary
purposes. Just received direct from Thomaston, Me.
For sale by
DUNBAR & FRANZ,
10 Merchants’ Row.
apl9 Hilton Head.
gOOKS ! BOOKS 1! BQOKS!!!
SCHOOL AND CHILDRENS’ TOY BOOKS,
SLATES ANP PENCILS,
PENS, (Gillot’s 303,)
PC *3T INKSTANDS,
\ CARMINE INK.
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%JOd£tiri.» y e 1 day Mr. C, K. Os
fJ2? he , fir s m - J Ttle Dnslnew will be
k trt “ y 11*° undersigned to whom all claims
L v J *\, 0 T. P. HALSEY & CO.
LATTICE OF THE MEDICAL DIRECTOR,
v ' Department of m South,
Hilton Head, a C., March 17,1865.
General Orders,) ♦
No. 5. f
L The strictest discipline is required in the adtninis
tration of a Military Hospital. It is a paramount duty
of a Medical Officer of the Army to maintain the discf
phne of the soldier, during his residence in Hospital, at
the highest point of efficiency compatible with the na
ture and treatment of the disease or injury he is suffer
ing from. The General Hospitals in this Department
hßve hitherto been remarkable for their excellent dis
cipline. The Medical Director regretted to find in his
recent inspections the umnilitarv neglect of regula
tions in regard to dress and general discipline; the
careless ana linsoldierly bearing of many or the con
valescents and attendants; and either the entire ab
sence of the customary compliments between the offi
cers and men, or the slovenly manner in which they
were paid and returned. Respect to superiors is not
confined to obedience on duty, but must be extended
to all occasions. It is always the duty of the inferior
to accept or offer first the proper salutation, and of the
superior to return such complimentary notice. Here
after existing regulations and orders in regard to dis
cipline, proper compliments, and dress, mnst be rigid
ly enforced, and all infractions of discipline, or dis
obedience of orders, mnst be promptly punished. The
attention of all Officers on duty in General Hospitals
in this Department, is called to paragraphs 253, 254,
265, 256 and 257 Revised Regulations of the Army,
1863, and to General Orders, No. 157, Headquarters,
Department of the South, series ISG4.
Whenever an Officer enters a Ward,the Wardmaster
mnst command attention, on which the patients, who
are able to do so, will rise and stand in the position of
attention until the Officer has passed out.
Whenever a patient, attendant, or guard meets an
Officer, within the precincts of the Hospital, he will
offer the customary salutation ; if seated, and withoHt
particular occupation, he will rise on his approach, or,
If standing, he wiU turn-towards the Officer for the
same purpose. The Officer will acknowledge the salute
in a respectful manner.
At Inspection each man’s articles of clothing, which
may be in the wards, will be neatly folded and laid on
the foot of the bed. Boots and shoes, well brushed,
will be placed on the floor at the foot of the bed.
Nothing must be hidden under the bedstead.
Every patient in Hospital, who is able, will wash his
face und hands at least every morning, and his feet
twice a week, and will take a general bath once a
week. Those who are unable to leave their beds,
should have their hands and faces washed by the
nurses, and the surface of the body sponged often
enough to maintain cleanliness.
1 he attendants are especially enjoined to be cleanly
in their persons, neat in their dress, and soldierly in
No attendant or patient in U. S. A. General Hospital
in this Department must leave the limits of the Hospi
tal unless he is provided with a pass signed by the
Medical Officer of the Day, without having on his
proper uniform, his coat buttoned up, clothing and
shoes well brushed, and the number of his regiment
and the letter of his company on his cap. Enlisted
men and civilian nurses must not be permitted to wear
hospital dressing gowns or slippers outside the wards.
11. The Hospital Steward charged with the adminis
trative duties of a Military Hospital, is designated the
Chief Steward. He may be selected by the Surgeon in
Charge from the Stewards assigned to him, solely on
account of merit and known capacity, and not by seni
ority of warrant. He is, ex-officio, the ranking Steward
for the time being, and must be obeyed and respected
accordingly. He is entitled by his rank to obedience
from all enlisted men in the Hospital, both patients,
attendants, and civilian nurses, and is immediately re
sponsible to the Surgeon in Charge for the performance
of his duties, and he holds his subordinates responsible
for the proper performance of their duties. As an en
listed man, he owes respect and prompt obedience to
all orders of his military superiors. He should wear
his undress uniform in the Hospital. On Musters and
Inspections he must be in full dress, with side arms.
The Chief Stewards mnst pay two visits daily to
every part of the Hospital, viz: at nine o’clock a. m.,
and at evening between tatoo and taps. At these reg
ular visits, he will note the condition, discipline,
cleanliness, ventilation, warming and lighting of the
wards, kitchens, mess-ha'ls, bath-rooms, and latrines,
and he will report to the Surgeon in Charge all irregu
larities. abuses, infraction or discipline, or neglect of
duty that may come under his notice, necessity of re
pairs, or other wants. He will see that the ration re
turns are made out, the rations received, properly
kept, and economically issued, and the prescribed daily
diet table observed, He will be responsible for the
efficient administration of the clerical duties of the
111. A Meteorological Register (Form 11, Revised
Medical Regulations, 1863,) must be kept daily in
every General and Post Hospital in this Department,
and transmitted monthly to the Surgeon General's
Office by the Surgeon in Charge. i
This Order will be placed in a conspicuous place in
the office of the Hospital, and in each ward, and para
graph I. will be read by the Executive Officer of each
General Hospital to the convalescents in line at each
aprl9 Medical Director, Dept, of the South.
J£EROSENE OIL, ' ~ '
iaa FIVE GAL I.ON TIN CANS,
For this week only, at One Doll a a peb Gal.lon 1 to
close consignment, at store
CORNER OF BAY AND BARNARD STREETS.
JNTEKKSTING PUBLICATIONS ’
THE SOLDIER OR THE CITIZEN.
THE MONTHLY NOVELLETTE,
contains a Novelette complete, together wiih from
three to eight short stories, with Illustrations. Terms:
$2 per year. Single copies, 25 cents.
THE AMERICAN UNION.
A FIEBSIDE JOURNAL. NO CONTINUED STORIES
Thrilling Stories, Racy Sketches, Stirring Adventures
and Choice Home Reading. $3 a year. Four copies,
IKE FLAG) OF OUR UNION.
Devoted to' Tales, Sketches. Adventures, Poems,
News. Novellettes, &c. $4 per year.
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The cheapest magarlnc in the world. 1>1.60 a rear.
Seven copies, $9. Nearly one hundred pages of reading
matter and illustrations. Postage only 12 cents per
TEN CENT NOVELLETTES.
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 & TALBOT.
63 Congress street,
«. Boston, Mass.
Samples can be seen, or copies purchased, by ap
THE SAVANNAH HERALD STORE,
111 BAY STREET,
aprl 8 fi
Lot No. 2, Bowenville, second east of Price on Tay
lor street, with improvements, consisting of’a.double
tenement one-story house. Apply to
J. T. THOMAS. Broker,
aprl9 2 No. 117 Bay street.
JNFORM ATION WANTED,
Os Frederick Koch, by his Brother, Christopher
Koch. The last that I knew of him he was keeping
a grocery store in the city of Savannah, Ga., In the
year IS3O. Any information of him, whether he be
dead or aliye, will be thankfully received.
Address CHRISTOPHER KOCH,
North San Juan, Nevada county,
aprlS 3 ■ - California.
. ; (Official.)
OFFICE OF THE MEDICAL DIRECTOR,
Department of the South,
Hilton Head, S, C., March 14, 1865.
Circular No. 7.
All Chilian employees in the Quartermaster’s De
partment who may require treatment, will be received ;
Into the General Hospitals of this Department. At
Poets where there are no General Hospitals, the same
will be received and treated in Post Hospitalt.
They are entitled to the same privileges as enlisted
men under the same circumstances.
A tax is imposed on all civilian employees of the
Quartermaster’s Department for the benefit of the i
By order of the Medical Director, D. S.
WM. F. BUCHANAN.
aprl2 Asst. Surg. U. S. A.. Executive Officer.
OFFICE OF THE MEDICAL DIRECTOR,
Department of the South
Hilton Head, S. C., March 11,1565.
No. 2. /
■All recruits, white and colored, on reaching any
depot, regimental or otherwise, must, without excep
tion, be immediately re vaccinated.
Officers in charge of U. S. A. General Hos- I
pitals in this Department will cause to be revaccina- j
ted all patients on their admiss-on into hospital, nn- ,
less they are entirely satisfied of their being already
H Medical Officers, in charge of Regiments, Prisoners
of War, Quartermasters’ employees, and Contrabands '
must cause all the enlisted men in their commands !
and all prisoners of war, Quartermasters’ einplovees
and contrabands, to be immediately revaccinated, un
less the same has-been done and taken within a period
of six months to their personal knowledge.
Chief Medical Officers of Districts and Surgeons in
Charge of General Hospitals, will be held to a strict ac
countability for any neglect of this order.
Special Requisitions must be made for vaccine
crusts on the Medical Purveyor of the Department. 1
The supply is ample.
Medical Director, Dept, of the South.
W.m. F. Buchanan, Asst. Surgeon, U. S. A.,
Executive Officer. ap2o
TTEADQUARTERS U. S. FORCES,
11 Savannah, Ga , April 10, 1885.
General Orders, )
No. 27. /
Hereafter the City Market will be open on Satur
days from 3 o’clock till 8 o’clock p. m., in addition to
the hours already prescribed in ordere
By commopd of
Brevet Major General GROVER.
Edward G. Dike, A. A. A. G.
gOLOMON’S LODGE, NO. 2.
The members are requested to attend a regular meet
ing of the Lodge, This (Thursday) Evening at 7 1-2
The Fraternity are invited.
RICHARD T. TURNER, W. M.
, James M. Jones, Secretary.
PREACHING AT WESLEY CHAPEL,
Comer of South Broad aud Lincoln streets, at 11
o’clock Sabbath Mornings.
GEO. D. LEE,
aprl Delegate of Christian Commission.
North side of Broughton street, bet ween Barnard and
SAVANNAH G A .
The undersigned is happy to announce to the citi
zens of Savannah that the above Gallery is nearly com
pleted, and will be open for the reception of visitors at
an early day.
Having secured the sen-ices of Mr. B. R Clapp, the
Photographer, well and favorably kuown in several of
the Northern cities, and having fitted up a superior
BLUE OPERATING ROOM
of the building, with the latest improvements in the
Photographic art, he hopes, by strict attention to busi
nes, and by furnishing
AT REASONABLE PRICES,
To merit and receive a share of the public patronage.
He is prepared to take Photographic Views, of any
desired size, of Buildings, Monuments, Landscapes, &c.
in a superior manner. Specimens are always on ex
hibition and may be seen at his Gallery.
Particular attention will be given to copying pic
tures of Deceased and Absent Friends.
SELLING OFF AT COSt w
IMMENSE STOCK I ~
$160,000 worth of merchandise to be sold
30 Tierces Hams,
300 barrels Flour,
100 barrels Sugar,
150 cases Boots and Stxvs,
50 boxes Coffee,
1000 cases Ale,
500 boxes Raisins,
150 barrels Ale,
150 barrels Walnuts, Filberts and Brazil Nuts, -
1000 cases Peaches, Tomatoes, Chickens, Tur
800 barrels Cakes and Crackers,
50 barrels Molasses,
160 cases Tobacco, A jagfcka
200 dozen Shirts, \
y'. „ ALSO,
A la*£<‘ nnO extensive m- -'if V \nfctv
Stationery, Hosery, ana many other gouus mu uuth-
erous to mention.
Sutlers and Merchants, call and examine before
sending your orders to New York.
C. W. DENNIS & CO.,
No. 4 Merchant’s Row, Hilton Head, 9. C.
pOST QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
Central Railroad Bunk,
Savannah, Ga., March, Ist, 1866.
In pursuance of orders, received at this office, all
citizens occupying buildings, whose owners are ab
sent within the Rebel lines, or buildings, or 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
ted States, at this office on or before the 10th of
A failure to comply with the above will cans* a
forfeiture of all claims to further occupation.
S. S. STARR,
aprl Capt. and A. Q. M„ in charge ofbuildings.
gWEET CIDER FOR SALE,
To families by the quart or gallon, at
* O’MEARA <ft CO’S,
over Adams’ Express Office, Bay street.
mh24 ~ -i-voifl
rpiK NEW SKIRT FOR 1865. „
Awonderful invention for Ladies. Unquestiona'Ud
superior io all others. - ,
Don’t fail to read the advertisement in the Savanna* 1
Herald, containing fall particulars, eveiy Monday
morning. edexM3mo mar2l (j
The large Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
GROCERIES, * - *
TOBACCOS, in great variety,
BEEF AND PORK, in half-bbls ,
The entire Stock will be sold,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT NEW YORK PRICES.
The public will find this the best opportunfty to pur
chase yet offered in this market,
176 BROUGHTON STREET,
mar2l ts Next door to Sherlock’s.
Savannah, Ga., March, 8, 1565.
After this date the Provost Court will be held in the
U. S. Court House, up stairs, coiner of Bull and Bay
EBEN PARSONS, Jb„
mar 9—ts Lient. and Provost Judge.
. FORT MOULTRIE,
and PUBLIC BUILDINGS
OF CHARLESTON, S. C.
NOW BEADT AT
BECKETT’S PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY,
North side of Broughton street, between Barnard and
A gentleman wonld like Board in a private family
where there are no other boarders. Price no object as
long as he gets the comfort of a home.
Address, ‘ - B,” Savannah Herald office. aprl4—lw
P S. SANITARY COMMISSION
Comer of Congress and Whitaker Streets, Savan
■ uah, Ga.
At the place mentioned vve have opened store-rooms
and Relief office, where we will be glad to render any
service in our power to the soldiers and sailors of
the Army and Navy. Sergeons in charge of Hospitals
will please send in their requisitions for stores.
J. C. HOBLIT,
jan 21—ts Agent U. S. S. C.
Office of Street Commissioner,
No. 126 South Broad Street ,
Savannah, Ga., March 29, 1866.
In accordance with authority conferred upon me, by
General Order No. 16, from Headquarters U. 9. Forces,
Savannah, Ga., dated Feb. 21st, 1865. this city is here
by divided into three Districts, for the purpose of re
moving garbage therefrom.
The First District comprises all tha portion of the
city lying North of President and Harrison streets.
Carts will remove the garbage from this District on
Monday and Thursday of each week.
The Second District comprises all that portion of the
city lying between the First District and Harris street.
Carts will remove the garbage from this District on
Tuesday and Friday of each week.
The Third District comprises all that portion of the
city lying South of Harris street. Carts will remove
the garbage from this District on Wednesday and Sat
urday of each week.
Hereafter all rubbish and garbage which may accu
mulate must be put into convenient vessels, and pre
vious to 7 o’clock iq the morning of eaeh day, as above
designated for the respective Districts; such vessels
must be placed upon the sidewalks of the streets or
alleys, and permitted to remain there until emptied
by my employees, after which they will be removed by
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.
, ..Keepers or Animals must not permit manure to be
'utp the Streets or Alleys, neither must the
accumiiatio^ Pre 2^^" e , a^ ; 7 ° h r p^ d '> e
permitted to exceecT(J!L***2^ rt lead before being re-
All Privies, Dry Wells or Sinks
the c lty of cavannah which may require cleSmT *
will be disposed of in the following manner, viz:
Apply a disinfectant for thirty-six hours. A cavity
will then be excavated In the ground of the lot upon
whicn the vault is located, or the adjacent alley, of
1 sufficient .size and depth to receive all its contents, the
transfer of which will then be made, bat it must he in
the night time only, and so conducted that no nui
sance will exist therefrom on the following morning.
Capt. and Street Commissioner;
OFFICE OF THE MEDICAL DIRECTOR,
Department or the South,
Hilton Head, 8. C„ March 13, 1865.
No. 3. f
Par. I Medical Officers in charge of U. 9. A. Gen
ial Hospitals In this Department will make, regular
ly, a Sunday morning Inspection of their Hospitals,
in ..ceurdoDce with Paragraphs 404, 321. 322, 325, Re
vised Regulations of the Army, IBSA This is a Dress
The Chief Steward should go through the Hospital
immediately before Inspection begins, and see that
1 proper preparation has been made. Convalescent!!
must be In uniform, their faces and hands clean,
CiO&PS sad half neatly brushed, and shoe, well Mack
i xL The Stewards and attendants should be in full
iVcss uniform, according to the ; i rank. The Chief
Sie»cni will accompany the Inspecting Officer and
Ward Medical 03»cer, and enter each ward before
them, giving the word, At lot ion, on which all pa
tients, who are able to do, will rise, salute with the
hand, and stand in the position of attention until tbs
Injecting Officer has passed out.
k£Lh convalescents as may be able J# leave their
waids, will be paraded in the lower haft mess hall or
yard, with open ranks, and non-commissioned staff
and officers to the front. On the presence of the In
specting Officer, the word, Attention, will be given
by the senior non-commissioned officer present, when
the whole will salute with the hand. (Paragraph 31,
Revised Army Regulations, 1863 j
The guards and guard-rooms or tents, will be criti
cally and minutely Inspected.
The Inspecting Officer will examine the general
condition of the hospital, the bunks, bedding, cooking
and table utensils, latrines, and such other objects as
may present themselves. The registers, books, hos
pital accounts, will be closely examined, as well as the
condition of the Dispensary.
Reports Os such Inspections will be transmitted reg
; nlarly every Monday to this Office, In accordance with
I the printed blanks furnished.
i 11. All officers on duty In U. 8. A. General Hospi
tals in this Department, must provide their own mess
j kits, and have their own mess accounts separate from
the Hospital, neither are they permitted to employ
the cooks and nurses, or attendants, for their person’
al benefl„ and to the neglect of their assigned duties.
The rations of the Hospital, the ice and other luxu
ries furnished, belong to the sick and wounded sol
dier, and are in ihe care of the Medical Officers as a
sacred trust, not to be abused or diverted, for person
al benefit, from their sole and legitimate purpose.
The name of any Medical Officer who may be found
offending must be immediately repported to the Med
ical Director of the Department.
Medical Director Dep't of the South.
Wm. F. Buchanan, Asst. Surg. U. 8. A., Executive
Small quantities of th j Per Manganate ofPotash
will be furnished, at the request of any Physician, by
the Health Officer. fcblO
Office of thr Medical Dire "tor.
Department of the Sonth,
Hilton Head, 8. C., March £8,1865.
No. 8. j
I. Medical Officers in this Department are required
to keep on file, ready at all times for inspection, all
Orders and Circulars whici they may be furnished with
from the War Department Surgeon General’s Office,
Department Headquarters, and Medical Directoi M
Office: and alleged ignorance of mu-h orders will not
hereafter be received as an excuse lor neglect of duty
or disobedience of orders.
11. Constant complaints are made by Medical Offi
cers in receipt of Hospital and other Supplies from the
Medical Purveyor, of such being delivered to them by
the Quartermaster's Department in a damaged condi
firm, or the packages having been broken open and
articles, especially iiquora, abstracted therefrom. It is
ordered hereafter that all Medical Officers in this De
partment receiving Hospital and Medical Supplies in a
damaged condition, or packages from which articles
have been abstracted, shall immediately on the receipt
of such notify the Quartermaster from whom they re
ceive them of their condition, that he may make the
proper endorsement on the bill of lading of the steamer
transporting them, and Captains of transports may be
made liable for the damage or loss that may occur
through their negligence.
aprl7 Department of the South,
Headquarters Department of the South,
Hilton Head, S. C„ March 11, 1965.
No. 33. j
The following Letter and Circular, from the War
Department, are hereby published for the information
of this command;
War Department, Aimt-tant General’s Office,
Washington, Feb. 27th, 1564.
To Major General Q. A. Gili.more, Commanding De
partment of the South, Hilton Head, S. C.
By direction of the Secretary of War, the following
instructions in regard to the appointment of officers
of U. S. Colored Troops, are respectfully furnished for
your information and guidance: •
Ist. All authority heretofore given Commanding
Generals of Armies, Departments, or to other officers,
to appoint officers to U. S. Colored Troops, will cease
from the date of the receipt of these instructions, ex
cept for new regiments to be raised, or for regiments
now in process of organization.
2d. When anew regiment or organization is com
pleted, a roster of the officers appointed thereto,show
ing date of appointment and mupter in each case, will
be forwarded to the Adjutant General’s Office for the
aetton of the- President, by whom all appointments and
promotions in such organizations will thenceforward
3d. Regimental, or other commanders of old organ
izations, will forward their recommendations for ap
pointments and promotions through the ptoper com
manding generals, who are requested to endorse their
opinions thereupon, and at the same time nominate
meritorious non-commissioned officers and soldiers of
white regiments for appointment as second lieutenants
to fill the vacancies likely to be caused by the promo
tions recommended. Recommendations of this char
acter must state, In each case, the strength of the
command to which the party is nominated for appoint
ment ; in the case of a company officer, the letter ol
the company must be given; and when a Junior offi
cer is recommended for promotion in preference to a
senior of the same grade, the causes disqualifying the
senior officer mnst be clearly stated.
Commanding Genarals of Armies, Departments, or
Corps, are authorized to convene Examining Boards,
when, in their opinion, it shall be necessary and expe
dient, to determine the qualifications of candidates tor
promotion in the line, or appointment as second lieu
Field officers for old organizations will be appointed
as prescribed by Circular No. 49, of 1864, a copy of
which is herewith.
4th. No provisions herein contained will be con
strued as doing away with existing regulations govern
ing the subject of musters.
I have the honor to be,
Very respectfully, .
Your obedient servant,
(Signed.) E. D. Townsend,
Assistant Adjutant General.
Cirnular No. 49.
War Department, Adjutant General's Office,
Washington, January 18.1964
When a vacancy occurs in the grade of field officer
in any colored regiment, the Commanding General oi
the Department in which the regiment is serving, will
assemble a board of competent officers to examine
and report npon the qualifications of the field officers
and captains of said regiment, who may present them
selves as candidates for appointment to the existing
If no officer of the regiment, whose examination is
herein provided for, shall be found competent to fill
the vacant position, the Department Commander will
then authorize officers from other colored regiments
under his command, to appear for examination.
When the board shall have found a candidate who
possessesthe requisite qualifications for the position
to be tilled, it will immediately forward, through the
Commanding General of the Department, to the Ad
jutant General of the Army, a report, giving the
names, rank and regiment of all persons examined
for the vacant position. A detailed report in the case
of the successful candidate, showing the line of exam
ination and his general qualifications, will be made.
No officer will be placed upon the Board who is a
candidate for the vacant position.
By order of the Secretary of War.
E. D. Townsend, Asst, Adjt. Gffi
By command of
„ Major Gen. Q. A. GILLMORE
W. L. M. Burger, A, A. G.
F. D. HODGES,
. aprll capt. 35th U. S. C, TANARUS., A. A. A. G.
.L'hr* *n>r — ; -r
--tw w J*WPBELL, VETERINARY SURGEON
It. havingreo*tsP®i. his J O ? C< 7 and 7 ard ’ on WU
liam strcJt £ TeopW ~*Hed to treat (on scientific
iia.ni street, is now prepWi||flnt Tiorßpft that
principles,) all diseases are
susceptible of remedy. Charges *
warranted. Terms cash. fchin ~Try-_
pROVOST COURT NOTICE.
On and after this date, the First Provost Court, Ist
Lieut. Eben Parsons, Jr., Judge, will be held at the
U. S. Court House, corner of Ball 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. 0,, and all parties hating business before
said Courts will govern themselves accordingly.
By order, PROVOST JUDGES.
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BROWN & CO.,
(Late Somes, Brown & Cos
MILITARY AND NAVAL
BANKERS AND COLL E*<C Tjy-i
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2 SARK PLAOK, BROADWAY BANK #
NEW YORK.. ‘ -
Correspondents in Washington—J W: Fisher * Cos.,
418 Fourteenth Street.
ESTABLISHED JUNri 186*.
We have complete facilities for transacting tafcne#?
speedily and correctly in all the Departments at
Washington. Remittances prompt, and terms rea
We give especial attention to obtaining Certificates
for Non-Indebtedness for Ordnance and Qnartermas
ters’ Returns for Ofllcers. 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 ns have served two years.
Pensions for Invalids, Widows, Mothers, and Or
Arrears of pay for the heirs of deceased, discharg
ed Ofllcers, Soldiers and Sailors, and pay for the Wits
or Widowed Mother of Prisoners of War
Prize Money for the U. S. Navy, together w..n all
other just Claims. Information freely furnished.
We purchase and sell all Government Securities,
Quartermasters’ Certificates and Checks, on the best
References givcnjto leading Bankers and business
firms in New York. febli* ts
FOR WRAPPING PAPER,
• For sale at the
SAVANNAH HERALD OFFIC
NO. 11l BAY STREET.
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
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BOOTS AND SHOES, HAT’S AND CAPS,
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