MI?. A. n. DAVENPORT respectfully aonoufiees to
his friends and the public that bis BENEFIT will take
TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 25.
On which occasion ho wlil hare the honor of pre
senting Shakespeare's Beautiful Tragedy of
ROMEO AND JULIET
Romeo ....Mr. A. H. Davenport
Juliet. r. .Miss Florence Lafond
Mercutio... .... ... ..........Mr. Thomas Weir
Who naa kindly volunteered.
Nurse Mrs. M L. Berrol
Mia-e3 St, Leou, Funny Prestige, Hattie Lee, Messrs.
Herndon, and earner, Ml Salisbury, who kind
ly assists; Mr. Sirajtssu, Mr. Rogers, and
the entire Company.
SINGING AND DANOING.
\7vni a hew ash ATTEiCTrva fabcb.
Tickets for sale at the Pulaski House and at the
B-X Office of the Theatre, or ftprn Mr. Davenport.
ME FOR DISTRIBUTION l
. overnment having famished the Relief Committee
with Li’"o for distiioatinu, c tixei.s are required to
supply ihemseivts with quantities sufficient to purify
their prom re?.
Ap,) v at the Exchange. spr’l—lw
rpv I'Uil. AtUlkX A-MiAAVV
X OF THE UNITED STATES.
PROCEEDINGS OF A MEETING
a -ii) at
niLTON HEAD, 8. C., APRIL 21, 1835,
Pursuant to a call, a large number of gentlemen
Connected with the Army u,.d .Navy, met at nunun.s.
S.ny H ill, Hilton Head, South Curotina, on Friday
the ilot day of April, ISJ6, at 11 o'clock a. m., tor tue
purpose o. instituting measures to secure tue erectiou
oi a .sL.mune.it to the memory of Abraham Llucom,
late P.esiiUUt of the United States, and proceeded to
business under the following organ.aation, via ;
Pbesident—Brevet Brig. Gen. M. S. Littlefield.
Vise Pbesidusts —Col. Jaiuts Lewis, Cos . C. L. Kil
hu'a, Atß -taut surge, U Wm. Commons, of the Navy;
jor « . L M. nurger, jlajor A. V. iiniwtt, Captaa.
Th »uias J. KobiUsdu.
Ssu3 ahks—Major Thomas J. Saunders, Captain
J. as; Merrill.
Tha l resident having stated the object of the meet.
o/u motion, a commit ee of five was appointed to
prep ire resolutions ; cons'Stiug of the following uum*
cugiutlemeu: Colonel O. L. Kilourn, captsiu Wil
liam KOjU dds. of the Navy C,.plain L It. urns and
Capta.u Jesse Merrill—a’Urt, alter a snort retirement,
returned, aud oy tneir Caairmau presented tne follow,
vr uereas, the relations between Abraham Lincoln
late President of the United ,B'ates aud the Army aud
N vy thereof, were of such a character as to create
f* I ig-, in noth arms ot the service, not only of pro
-1 ,U respect but of the deepest admiration aud love;
vVhsreas, nuder an abiding sense of obligation and
duiy. we cannot ted satisfied without giving suostau
t ai'exp essi iu to the leuauicuts by wmch we are ani
m ted; ti Q:\fore be It
Hesolveu. Tha tue Army and Navy of the United
St -tea including a l thjse who serveu under President
Line In iua Military uud Naval capacity, claim it as a
privilege, in which they reverently hope to be iudulg.
eil, to erect a Monument over his honored re
mains at B.irlngtleid, llliuois.
Srcond, Tuac contributions for this purpose from
the Eastern A my be forwarded to Major General
John A. Dlx. at his Headquarters in New York ; anu
from the Western Army, to Bis Kxce.leucy, Richard
Oglesby, Governor oi tne State of Illinois,
Third, That we earnestly invite the 00-operation of
our or, thren of tne Army and Navy throughout the
country at large, and suggest the holding ot meetings
ami the raising u. funds without delay, to secure tne
object iu view,
c Fourth That we resp ctfully request that these
prece. uiiigs be publlshea in tne papers of tne United
i.em» ho we,.* then made by General Litt’efield.Col.
Lewis, .tinjor 8 .uuders and Major Saulsouiy in com
menaatiou of the project, after which the preamble
tn.d resomtions were unanimously adopted by the
It wh.- then moved that the officers of the meeting
Constitute a Permanent Committee for the purpose of
coi responding with similar organizations throughout
the country, and wlih power to add to their number
at discretion: which was also agreed to unanimously
No fu tiler business appearing, the meeting rieu
M. S. LITTLEFELD, Presi ,«k
Taos. J. PAUxDEEa, i
J san Mi-uu.n., secretaries.
OFFICE OF THS MkIdICAI DIRECTOR,
DiPAST.UUNT or TUt SoCXO,
ELiitou Head, S. C., Apia a, ib6x
No. 10. f •
Th„ following War Department Order, No. 80, Se
ries 13J3, id re.-pectfully lurntehi-d for the information
and a alliance oiCmef Medical Officers of Districts in
tins Department. .No Regimental. Medical Officers
wil be detacned from duty with their itegiments, ex
cept ‘‘temporarily in cases of nece*.-ity, or where the
Smgeou an l two Assistant / argeuiis are presenn
when one of the Assistants tuay he detached lor ho»-
Wh.ra a Keg tn ntnl Medical officer is performing
the duty of Do t smgeon. it should be in addition to
Ins ItOfclmeaial duties.
Adjutant General’* Office,
Washington, March 31, 1943,
Gfi.tEß.Vl. Ordebs, )
•No. $». /
It is uoieny ordered that all Surgeons and Assistant
Surgeons l.eiougiug to regiments, who are absent on
nut other th ii r gimental duiy, shall without delay
rejoia ilieir legimeuu, Medical Otlioera ot regiments
wiil not hercauer be detached upon other service, ex
cept tempi rarily in cases of necessity, or where the
bu geon and two Assistant Surgeons are present, wbeu
»a- ot the A-bis tan la may be detached to hospital
By wider el the Secretary of War.
E D. TOWNSEND.
Assistant Adjutant General.
ap - -! • Department of the South.
TTEADQUARTERS Didt'HlCT OF3 VVANNAH,
J.A . SaTa-naah. Ga., April 2ist, IBb6.
0n.,£8 vl Oanfiß, 1
No. 10. ; .
In iiccoulance with instructions received from Head
quarter* D partinent of the south, all disloyal per
s >us w.th.u uns Di-tr.ct will hereafter be deprived of
the privileges of the United S'ates Made, and totally
carry out this order, the following regu ationfc are
he.eby established, and will be strictly auhersd to!
Letters, p cKages and other mail matter will Ds do
livrred niy to tuose to whom they ate addressed.
No white c.viiian will be permitted to take a letter
fr Ui tne r .st office, unless they present a certificate
stating that he or she has subscribed to the amnesty
oatu of allegiance, as published in the President’s
Proclamation ofDec. 8, lottos if an a'ieu. a certificate
troni the proper Consul, will be required to the effect
that he or su>< has not viulated his or her neutrality
during me rebellion.
Persons entitled to the privileges of the malls are
strictly prohibited from recei ing under cover ot their
address any mail mailer intended for p»rsons disloyal
to the government. should such be received inadver
teauy it wilt be at once turned over to the‘Provost
Marshal ui tue District to be deposed ot in accordance
witn such instructions us may oe issued from time to
fcUiie .rum uiedc Headquarter*. ' .
By command of . , . y
n _ . . Brevet Major Qooaral GROVER.
Guvsa Matsswev A, A. G. m> . v* ap2B
QFFIOfi OF the iumcii WRR&KSR,
v DfiPABXJUBrt of Iff.vSOCTB.
CIBOVUAR,| *** C ’ «<*• *“• ***•
°®^ 9 ,u «*«»• Os v. a A.
tSSrI iu,aiJ * department will observe par-
* Hi valid 'mji re *i<ecuiig the preparation ot
miSLfd « mrß wao u ‘° ‘Ot* to handle a
U ‘hoi i marenes wril o« recommended
u * e A *t Atoimnou, Veteran itese ve corps.
MiiuLul in CiAMJBR,
SPS3 to. Mwdioal Dnector,
fieparunmu of me SouU.
* Jionager t. uebndom.
THIS (MONDAY; EVENING, APRIL 24. 1805.
Fourth time tide season of the great exciting
THE TIC K E T-0 F-L EA V E MAN,
Bob Brierly, a Lancashire 1ad.... Miss Florence Lafond
Jim Dalton, aliaa Downey, alias tha Tiger.
Mr A. H. Davenport
Hawkahaw, a Detective Mr. J. W. earner
Melter Moss Mr. Herndon
Mr. Gibson Mr. Simpson
Sam Willoughby Miss Fanny Prestige
Maltby,LandlordofffieGardens Mr Rogers
'^ a *^ er Mr. Sumpter
Bhar Pe . Mr. Hunter
Mrs. Willoughby Mrs. M. L. Be rell
May Edwards Miss Maude St Leon
The performance to conclude with a grand ascension
William O’Neil, 12th Regiment of Maine Vol
unteere, who will ascend lroiu the Stage to the
Third Tier of the Theatre and return trundling a
wheelbarrow—a most perilous feat and never before
attempted in this city,
TO-MOEBOW EVXtriKO, a ran, 20m,
BENEFIT OF MR. A. H. DAVEEPORT,
When Shakespeare’s Beautiful Tragedy of ROMEO
AND JULIET, with an excellent cast aud a
capital farce will be played.
Notice.—ln ftiture the doors will open at 7 and the
curtain rise at 8 o’clock precisely.
Box office open from to until 2 o'clock.
Bar PRICES OF ADMISSION AS USUAL, jpj
All bills mast he presented weekly,
g WE ATM AN ’S.VARi UTILS.
(Formerly St. Andrew's Hall.}
sweats am AMS BVUAX Lease-sand Managers
OPEN EVERY NIGHT!
ohamu ot vaooarjQtE roeuTiv.
For partlealara soe Bills, ts apl3
OFFICE OF THE.MEUICAL DIRECTOR,
Dbpabtmbkt qf the Sotrnt,
Hilton Head, 8. C„ Feb 18,XSU6.
No. 2. /
• I. The attention of Medical Officers, In charge of U.
S. A. General Hospitals in this Department, is called
to the absolute necessity of accurate records aud ac
counts of Hospital furniture, cooking utensils, bed
ding, Ac., being kept by the Ward-masters, they
taking, oLce a week, “an inventory of the articles ii.
use, aud and repoi ting to him fihe Surgeon iujeharge,.
any loss or daraa e to them, and to return to th,
Steward such as are not required for use." fßevised
Regulations of the Army, ISUiJ, Par. I 40.3
The su I joined lorm. taken from Woodward's Hos
pltal Stewards' Manual, will be used in Oenural Hos
pitals where the wards are in detached buildings:
Returned to the Btewarb
Destroyed by order
Names of Articles....
| The remarks
Here enter to state tow
the names articles Jmve
on yo ' articles been lost, and
of nruitnre ac j |by wh«,m de
tually in the stroyed, or the
apartment. | person sus
The Ward-masters mast u.ge etuogc ut rue aa.t
of patients in Hospital, and keep au accurate registei
(Form 7, Revised Regulations of the Army, 180S,) and
"have them numbered and labelled with the patient’s
name, rank, regiment and company.” [Revised Reg
ulations of the Army, Par. 124(5.)
11. The senior steward In U. S. A. General Hospi
tals is required “to take due care of the Hi spiral
stores and supplies; to enter in a book, daily, (Form
6 ) the issues to the ward-masters, cooks and nurse.-;
to prepare the provision returns, and receive and dis
tribute the rations'” [Revised Regulations of the
Army, 1833 Par. 1246 )
These regulatioi s must bes rictly enforced, and for
any delinquency found on future inspections, and re
ported to this Office, the Medical Officer in charge ot
the General Hospitals so reported, will be held respon
sible and reported for disobedience of orders.
ap°l . Department ot the South,
(official.) ' L "
OFFICE OF THE MEDICAn DIRECTOR,
Depabtmemt or tub South,
Hilton Head, S. U„ March 21, i*J5.
The following •‘Circular” is republished for the In*
formation ox Medical Officers in tin* Department:
SuaoEo* OEtiaAL’s OrrtoE,
Washington, D. 0., Feb. 27, 1866.
The attention of all Medical Officers is called to tbe
necessity for greater care in the preservation of hospi
tal property. Losses from want of proper attention
ana vigilance, from accident or dishonesty, that could
have been guarded against, will not b« allowed in the
settlement of accounts and in future the fullest evi
dence will be required that such losses were unavoid
Medical Director* of Departments, and Superinten.
clems of Qeue ul Hospitals, will satisfy them elves
that the usual returns and requisitions are based upon
actual inspection and count ot articles on hand
308. R. BaK.nES,
„ . . . Surgeon General.
By order of the Medical Director, D. 3.
WM. F BUCHANAN,
Asst. Surgeon, U. ». A.,
apvi Executive Officer.
/"VFFICE OF THE DIEECTON,
DtPaaTMuiT ov tub Sutmi,
_ _ _ Hilton Head, S. C., March 14, .305.
Gemebal Obdbbs. )
No. 4. )
Whenever practicable, Eeglmental Hospitals must
be.at ouce discontinued, and the patients **ut to Post
or General Hospitals.
It is desiraoie mat all cases that can be treated In
Poet Hospitals should be sent tnwe, thereby lauiita.
ting the mote speedy return of men to duty
Light case* of disease or iujury .hould be treated in
quarters, and the men assigned, wnen it can be done
without prejudice, to light duty during treatment. In
occordance with Partigiaph i248, R.vtwri Regulations
of the Army, 13oi.
Medical Director, Dept, of the South.
Wn. F. BeohAMAH, Asst Surgeon, U. a A*
Executive officer. ftp 2o
LIME! LI M fill LIME:?!
800 casks best quality Thomas ton Lime, suitable for
brick woik, plastering, wo u washing, or fbr saniraiy
purposes, e ust r«uved direct from rhotuaston, Ma.
tar sale b?
DUNBAR St FRANZ,
Xd Me.cnant*’ Row.
ap& Hihon Head.
f*\FFICE OF THE MEDICAL DIRECTOR,
V-r Departmsjit or Ttffc Soptb.
„ . Hilton Head, S. C., March 17, lsOi,
No. 8. f
!. The strictest discipline is required In the admlris
tration of a Military Hospital. It U a paramount duty
of a Medical Officer of the Army to maintain the disci
pliue of the soldier, during his residence iu 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
have hitherto lieen remarkable for their excellent dl«-
ctpllne. The Medical Director regretted s o find iu h'.s
recent inspections the unmilitaiy neglect of regula
tions In regard to dress and general discipline; the
ear less and nneoidieriy bearing of many ot the con
valescents and attendants; and cither the entire ab
senceofthe customary compliments between the offi
cers aud men. or the slovenly manner in which they
were paid and returned. Respect to superiors Is not
confined to obedience on duty, but musi be extended
to all occasions It Is always tho duty of the inferior
to accept or offer first the proper salutation, and of the
superior to retm n such complimentary notice. Here
after existing regulations and orders iu regard to dis
cipline. proper compliments, and dress, must be rigid
ly enforced. and all infiactions of discipline, ordis
obedUnc- of orders, must be promptly punished. The
attention of all < officers on duty iu General Hospitals
in this Department, is called to paragraphs 253, Jsm,
265, 260 aud 267 Revised Regulations of tho Army’
1808, ans to General Anders, No. 167, Headquarters.
Deportment of the Sw-h series 1904.
Whenever an Officer enters a \v ard.the Wardmaster
muw-rommand attention, on which the patients, who
are Uile to do so, will rise and stand iu the position , f
attei- (km until the Officer has passed out.
WL never a patient, attendant, or guard meets an
officer, within the precincts of the Hospital, he will
ofler the customary salutation : it seated, aud without
particular occupation, he will rise on hi- approach, or,
I st nding, he will turn towards me officer lor 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 ueatly folded and laid ou
the foot of the bed. Bouts and shoes, we.l brushed,
will be p'aci'd on tin- floor" 1 1 the foot of the bed.
Nothing must be hidden ut.der the bedstead.
Every patient la Hospital, ho U able, will wash his
face and hands at least every m ri ing, 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 uud fices washed by the
nurses, aud the surface of tho body sponged often
enough to maintain cleanliness.
'j he attt ndafi s are especially enjoined to oa cleanly
in their peisou;( neat In their drees, and eolditiiy la
their bearing. "
No attendant or patient in U. S. A. General Hospital
In th t Department must leave the limits of the Hospi
tal unless he is provided with a pass signed by the
Medical Officer of the Day, w ithout baring ou his
proper uniform, his coat nuttone I up, clothing and
shoes well brushed, and the number oi hie regiment
and the letter of his company ou his cap. Enlt-ted
men and civilian nurses mu-t not be permitted to wear
noapital dressing gowns or slippers outride the wards.
11. The Hospital Steward charged with the adminis
trative duties of a Military Hospital, is designated ike
i niei Steward. He may be selected by the burgeon in
Charge from the Stewards assigned to him, solely on
account of merit aud known capacity, and not by seni
ority of wari act. lie is, ez-ojjlctv the ranking Steward
for (he time being, aud must he obeved and respected
accordingly. He is entitled by his rank to obe,ilence
from all enlisted me.i in theUorp.tal both patients,
attendants, ami civilian nurses, aud is immediately re
sponsible to the Surgeon iu Charge for the performance
of his duties, anu he holds his subordinates responsible
for the proper penormunce of iheir duties. As an en
listed man, ne owes respect and prompt obedience to
all orders of his military snneilai a He should wear
nis undress uuitorm iu the Uosp tuL On Musters and
Inspections be must oe iu full uress, with side arms.
Tne Cnief Stewards must pay two visits daily to
every part of tne Hospital, viz: at nine o'clock a. m.,
ud hi evening between tatoo mid tups. At these reg
ular visits, be will note the condition, discipline,
cleonliUiSS, ventilation, war inn g m.d light, ug of the
wards, kucheus. mess-ha la, batu-rooins, and latrines,
and lie will report to the Surgeon in Charge all irregu
larities. abuses, Infraction ot disc pllne, or neglect of
duty tbai may c,me under his notice, necessity ot ie
p.uis, or other warns. He will see that iha ration re
mi ns are made out, the rations received, properly
kepi, aud economically issued, and tho prescribed dally
diet taoie ou.-eived, He will be responsible for tile
%ient adiuinLstiation of tho clerical duties of the
In. A Meteorological Register (Form 11, Revised
.Medical Regulations, iStL,; must h. kept daily iu
every Oeueiul und Rost Hospital in tnis department,
aud transmitted monih.y to the Surgeon General's
Office by [he Surgeon iu charge.
Tills Order will be placed in a coutplcnous place in
the i thee of the Hospital, and in each ward, and para
grapn i. will be read uy tae Executive Officer of each
~entrai Hospital to the convalescents iu line at each
apiT9 Medio il Director, pept. of me South.
in ri ve «.utON Titr oaits,
GIVEN AWAY l
For this week only, at Oxe Dollab esa Gsixos! to
close consignment, at store
CORNER OF BAY AND BARNARD STREETS.
THE SOLDIER OR THE CITIZEN.
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contains a Novelette complete, together with from
three to eight short stories, with Illustrations. Terms:
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Devoted to Tales, Sketches, Adventones. Foams,
News, Novelettes, £tc. *4 per year.
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lor street, with improvements, oonristlng of a double
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Os Frederick Koch, by his Brother, Christopher
Koch. The 1 ,st that 1 knew of tiim he was keeping
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year iB,o Any m ormutton or him whether he be
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Or any other kind of Printing,
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rial, labor and living will admit of, and are below ihc
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OFFICE OF THE MEDICAL DIRECTOR.
Depaktmemt of tux Sooth,
Hlltou Head, S. C., March It. 1856.
No. 2. /
jfJAll recruits, white and colored, on reaching any
depot regimental or otherwise, must without excep
tion, be immediately revaocinated.
Medical Officers In charge of U. S. A. General Hos
pitals in this Department will cause to oe revaccina
ted all patients on their admiss-un into hospital, un
less they are entirely satisfied of their being already
Officers, in charge of Regiments, Prisoners
of War, Quartermasters' employees, and Contrabands,
must cause all the enlisted men ln -tbelr commands,
and all prisoners of war, Quartermasters' employees,
aud contrabands, to be immediately revaednated, 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 most be made for vaccine
crusts on the Medical Purveyor of the Department.
Th, supply U wi.l— MERZDITH CLTMEB,
Medical Director, Dept, of the South.
Win F. BveiuvAN, Asst. Surgeon, U. 9. A.,
Executive Officer. apOO
DOST QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
Central Railroad Bank,
Savannah, Ga., March, Ist, 1856.
In pursuance of orders, received at thie offioe, all
citizens occupying buUdings, whose owners arc ab
sent within tbe Rebel fines, or buildings, or otbtr
property belonging to disloyal persons, will, unless
sueh buildings have been previously assigned—rent
free ■■■ settle tbs rents for th* same, due tbe Uni
tod States, at this office oo or before, the loth of
A failure to oomply with tbe above wtu cans* a
forfeiture of aU claims to further occupation.
8. 8. STARR,
aprl Oept. and A. Q. M., in charge of buildings.
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To famllise by the quart or gallon-at
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'J'HE NEW SKIRT FOB 1866. "
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Ls EADQUARTERB U. 5. FORCES,
| JLjI Savannah, Ga., April 10,1806.
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 orders.
By coTnmspd of ■ ... ,
Brevet Major General GROVER.
Envita G. Dike. A. A. A. G.
The Copartnership heretofore existing between C.
K, Osgooa and F. P. Halsey, under the namuof Os.
good A Halsey, to this day dissolved. Mr. C, K. Os
good retiring from the firm. Tne business will be
continued by the undersigned to whom all claims
must be presented. Alt Indebted will pleaao call and
rettie Immediately. _
»p2o « F. P. HALSEY St CO.
, ■ ■■ ' . i-
DISINFECTAST. . Ji
small quantities of thj Per Manganate ot Potash
*viil be tumished, at tbs request of toy Physician, bv
th* Health Offlest « fsto
The large Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CB AMFAC NE.CIDEB,
TOBACCOS, fit groat variety,
BEEF AND FORK, In haßbUn.,
The entire Stock will be sold,
WHOLESALE AMO UCAtt,
AT NEW YORK PRICES.
The public win find this the beet opportunity to pnr
clusc yet offered In this market.
ire BROJGHTON STREET,
maiil ts Next door to Sherlock's. *
Savannah. Oa.. March. & 1806.
After this date the Provost Court will be bold In the
U. S. Coo it House, up stairs, cot nor of Bali and Bay
EBEN PARSONS, J*.,
mar 9—ts Lieut, and Provost Judge.
lx Omni or Stkixt CoiunestreiTs,
No. 120 Sooth Broad Street,
Savauuuli, Ga., ALuicU .a, 1006.
In accordance with authority conferred upon me by
General Order No. 10, from Headquarters l. 8. Force*,
Savannah, Ga., dated Feb. 21st, 1886. this city is here
by divided Into tbiee District*, for the purpose of re
moving garbagu therefrom.
The First District comprise* all th* portion of the
city lying North of I»re*ldent and Harrison street*
Carts will remove the garbage from this District on
Monday and T hursday of each week.
The Second District comprises all that portion of the
oity lvlncr between the First District and Harris street
Carts will remove the garbage fKm this Dlstriot on
Tuesday and Friday of each week.
Tb« Third Dieirict comprises all that portion of th*
city lj lug South of Harris street Car& will remove
the garbage from this Lletrlct on Wednesday and Mat
arday ot each week.
Hereafter all rubbish and garbage which may aooa
mu late must be put Into Convenient vessels, and pre
vious to 7 o'clock in the morning of oaeh day, as above
designated for the respective Districts i such vessel*
must be placed npou the sidewalks of the street* or
alleys, and permitted to remain there until emptied
by my employee*, after which I hey will be removed by
All other .persons are forbidden to destroy or in any
way Interfere with the vessels so placed upon tint side
walks, and they must not be exposes to the pnbllo
view, except as above specified.
Keepers of Animals most not permit manure to be
throw" into the streets or Allejs, neither must the
accumulation thereof In, or near any stable or vard bo
permitted to exceed «u cart had before being re
All Privies, Dry Wells or Pinks within the limits of
the.ltyof avunnah which may require cJea> lug out
will be dlsjioeed of in the following manner, vlx ■
Apply a disinfectant for thirty-six hours. A cavity
will then be excavated Iu the ground oi the lot neon
whicn the vault is located, or ifae adjacent alley; of
sufficient s*e and dei th to receive all It*, routouts, the
tranefer or which will then be made, but it mus' be in
the uight time only, and so conducted that no nui
sance will exist therefrom on the oi lowing morning
„ ALBERT STEARNS,
Capt. and Street Commissioner.
Off ioa of -jhk sjcdiom. Lurkoiok.
_ Department of the South,
Hilton Head, a C., Match .8, tftit.
CIRCBT. Aft, I riT'*—
j.No «, f . *
I. Medical Offieere Hr tturDepnrtment are required
to keep on file, ready at all times for inspection, Mil
Ordi r« and Circulars w hich they may be furnished w lih
from ihe War Depaituieut Surgeon General's Office,
Departmeiit HoadquarierF, and Medical Dfreooi'
Office : aud alleged ignorance of such orders will no
hereaiier be received as an excuse for neglect of dut
or disobed ence of orders.
11. Uon-tant complaints are made by Medical Offi
-23, lu wl other StiLphaa ifaijn the
Medical Purveyor, of such being aeuvervaxornem'lly
the Quartermaster’* Department in a damaged condi
tion, or the p ickage* having been broken open and
article*, especially liquors, abstracted therefrom. It la
ordered hereafter that all Medical Officers In this De
partment receiving Hospital aud Medical Supplies in a
damaged condition, or packages from which articles
have been abstracted, shall Immediately on the receipt
of such notify th* Quartermaster from whom they re
ceive them of their condition, that he may maketbe
proper endorsement on the hill of lading of th* steamer
transporting them, and Captains of transports may be
made liable for the damage or lose that may occur
through their aegUgenee.
»TrlT Derailment of thettonCh,
KW CAMPbIIL, VETERINARY BURGEON
• having reopened hi? office and yard, on WU
iiam street, Is now prepmed to treat (on scientific
pru c’.ples.j all diseases incident to Horses that are
susceptible remedy. Charges moderate Cum
warranted. Term* cash. fohte ts
pROVOST COURT NOTICE
On and after this date, the First Provost Court, Ist
UeuL Ebeu Parsons, Jr., Judge, will be held at the
U. S. < ourt House, corner of Bull and Bay x tree is.
Tbe Second Provost Court, Capt. James M. VV attns.
Judge, wlil be held In the room over Adams' Express
Co.’s office, corner Bay and Drayton streets.
Tbe rexpective jurisdictions are fixed by General
Order No. 6., and all parties having business before
said courts will govern themselves accoidingly.
By order, PROVOST JUDGE*.
BROWN St CO.,
(Late Somes, Brown & Cos
MILITARY AND NAVAL
BANKERS AND COL L £ CTOS
2 rxas kjuob, bboaowxt dm amux»e,
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478 Fourteenth Street.
ESTABLISHED JUNE, 1882!
We have complete facilities for transacting business
speedily and correctly in till the Departments at
Washington. Remittances prompt, and teims rea
We give especial attention to obtaining Certificates
for Non-Indebtedness for Ordnance and Quartet mas
ter*’ Returns lor officer*, and settling their accounts.
We collect tbe following classes of claims, and make
advances il desired i
Bounties for the heirs of deceased, wounded BoD
diets, and such h» have served two years.
Pensions for Invalids, W idows, Mothers, and Or
Arrears of pay for the heirs of deceased, dlscharm
ed Officers, Soldiers »nd Sailors, and pay for the Wim
or Widowed Mother of Prisoners oi W or.
Prize Money for the U. 8. Navy, together ci.h all
ot her just Cluims. Information freely furnished.
We purchuse and sell all Government securities.
Quartet master*’ Certificates and Checks, on the best
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