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Special orders

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Title:
Special orders [Headquarters, Division of Cuba] 1899
Creator:
Cuba -- Military Governor (1899 : Brooke)
Brooke, John Rutter, 1838-1926
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Havana
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[s.n.]
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1 volume (unpaged) : ; 21 cm

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1899 - 1906 ( fast )
Political science ( fast )
History -- Cuba -- 1899-1906 ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Cuba -- 1899-1902 ( lcsh )
Cuba ( fast )
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History ( fast )

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Contains six orders by Leonard Wood.

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INDEX TO NAMES OF

Special Orders, Division of Cuba, 1899.


Abbott, R............................
Abbott, J. A ......................
Abee, W F........................
Adams, B. R.......................
Adams, J............................
Adams, J. H...................... .
Agramonte, A. 34, 98, 116, Ahrons, P.................. 104,
Ainsley, R............................
Albertson, T. E...................
Alden, W .............................
Alexander, J. A............ 100,
Allen, E...............................
Allen, W ..............................
Allen, W B..........................
Allen, W D..........................
Allen, W 0..........................
Ames, R. F..........................
Ames, R. P.................... 63,
Ameril, P. H........................
Anderson, B. A....................
Anderson, D. G....................
Anderson, B........................
Anderson, J.........................
Anderson, J. B............... 42,
Anderson, J. P............... 27,
Anderson, M .......................
Andrews, J. H .....................
Angus, C.............................
Angell, P..............................
Anheir, A. A..... .....,........ 3,
Appenfelder, F. A................
Apple, W E.........................
Archer, J. F ............. 54, 79,
Archinard, J. J.....................
Aronson, 8...........................
Armistead, C. F..................
Armstrong, E. W ................
Armstrong, J. A..................
Arnold, A. K.......................
Arnold, F. 8........................
Arnold, H. I ........................
Arnold, H. W ........ 53, 106,
Arnold, W. E. 54, 110, 130, Arrowsmith,J.M.36, 41,64,


39
121 46 30 96 112 137 107 39
49 42 108
94 55 137
18 171
147 152 138
111 48 111 28 66
40 142 96 113 30
44 121 90
84
5
151
142 81 77
9
45 67
112 132 65


Arthur, G G.................. 76,
Ashley, J. C.........................
Aspirian, L. H.....................
Asselin, J. E. W ........... 75,
Aultnm n, D. E.....................
Arerill, N. K........................
Azna, P...............................

Babst, C. S.........................
Baigent, J............................
Bailey, R. V........................
Baker, C. B.......44, 67, 114, Baker, H. B ........................
Baker, L...............................
Baker, W C........................
Baker, W M ........................
Baldwin, S...........................
Baldwin, T. H.....................
Ballard, B. 0.......................
Ballough, J. R...................3,
Bankhead, H. M ..................
Barager, S. F.......................
Barcelo, R............................
Barker, W B..............8, 40,
Barlow, W 8.......................
Bartch, P......................109,
Barrow, E...........................
Barry, A. C..........................
Barry, J. T...........................
Barstead, ...........................
Barton, F. E...................36,
Bartlett, C. W ...............8,
Bartlett, G. T.....41, 55, 71, Bartlett, W T.....................
Baskerville, M ...............
Bateman..............................
Bates, G. H..........................
Bayer, G. M .........................
Baylies, J..................44, 65,
Bauer, E..............................
Beach, F. H..................142,
Beacham, J. W .....................
Beachdel. C..........................
Beamsdifer, J. G..................
Bean, W H..........................


90 131
42 154 41 44 100

91 130 35 143 113 121 166 126 113
40 37
48 48 48 59
142 133
141 113
112 60
122 43 116 88 31 103 26
128 104 92 53 150
148 136 167 135







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Beatty, J. L ........................
Beaver, T.............................
Beavers, J. M .......................
Beebe. W S..........................
Beecher, J. P...................33,
Beeson, J. B.........................
Beck, E. P............................
Becker. 0..............121, 124,
Begarly, J. M .......................
Behity, P..............................
Behm e, H .............................
Bell, G., Jr.....................144,
Bell, J. B..............................
Bell, S. H ..............................
Bellver, A.............................
Belz, J. 0..............................
Benedict, F. D......................
Bender, 0. E........................
Benson, 0.....16, 58, 70, 73, Bentz, D. 1-..........................
Berg, B................. .............
Berg, B. J.............................
Berg, J.S..............................
Berger, F. A ........................
Bergland, G.........................
Bergm an, F. G..............
Bernard, A. G................
Bethune, F. R................. ...
Biddle, J......................101,
Birch, H ...... .......................
Bird, R................................
Birley, D. A.........................
Bishee, AV. 1-............91, 93,
Bishop, 0. A.............. 7, 13,
Bishop, J. W ........................
Bishop, R........................
Black, W M .............53, 89,
Blake, J. C...........................
Blankership, F. B................
Blow, W. N., jr...45, 51, 62, Blunt, J. Y. M ........ 44, 113,
Boersigo, A........................
Bogardus, J.......................,
Boles, E..............................
Bonnoitt, H E....................
Borden, G. P.......................
Botts, W J..........................
Boyd, C..............................
Boyd, C. M ............ ...........
Boyd, T. E.........................
Boyer, C. B........ ...............
Boylan, R. J ............... .....
Boyle,.. ...... ....... .............
Boyle, E... ....................
Boyle, E. J........................
Boyle, H ..........................
Bourrett, C.........................


51 123 66 37 77 53
111 170 137 59 72
146 117 125 100 47 101 128
80 65 128 139
112 110 132 162 167
141 110 136
111 30 95 69 60 90 152 116
6
133
143 113 96
128 127
82 102 126 103
41 55 83 16 108 166 138 73


Bowen, H. C.......................
Bowman, R. D. M cC..........
Bramstedt, W ................72,
Brand, C.................... .... ...
Brashers, J..........................
Bremer, F...........................
Brewer, E. P.................. 77,
Brewster, AV. J...................
Broadus, J..........................
Brocham H. J....................
Brooks, A. J......................
Brooks, E. C................. 41,
Brooks, F. L ................. ..
Brooks, R, D......... ............
Brooks, R. E............... ......
Brooks, W H ...................
Brown, C. L.......... ........
Brown, C. .............
Brovn, F...... .....71,
Brown, G...... ....... .. ........
Brown, G. L. R..................
Brown, 1-. L..................32
Brown, H. T. ......83, 105,
Brown, J.................94, 136,
Brown, L. C........................
Brown, S................94, 128,
Brown, W............................
Brown, AV. A.......................
Bruner, W J........................
Bryant, 1-....................... ...
Bryant, I-. A.......................
Buchanan, W ....................3,
Buchols, A. F.......................
Buck, C. A....................112,
Bucklev, J. F........................
Buckley, N ..........................
Buffington, A. P.............
Burdick, C. F.......................
Burge, J. H..........................
Burger, H. S...................35,
Burgheim, C. A..............73,
Burk, P........................123,
Burke, D..............................
Burke, J...............................
Burkett, J. H.......................
Burkhardt, 8.......................
Burleson, J. F......................
Bullard, G...........................
Burnell, G. C....................
Burnley, C. D......................
Burns, I...............................
Burns, J. j ...........................
Burr, R. T..... .. ... ... ......
Burr, W E..........................
Burton, G. C.......................
Burton, G, H......................
Burton, J. H .......................


125
141 121 111 42 132
144 166 138 53 99
172 119 31 19 56
108
112 96 137 157 131
141 159 91 150 90 110 139 119 113
126 132 136 52 98 119 30 53 55 153
154 91 151
47 95 73
42 36 53 167
42 110
12 42 158
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Bushby. T...........................
Bussiek, E....................130,
Butler, M. C. Jr....... 13, 23,
26, 30, 48,55, 58, 62, 64, 70, 76,85, 88,92, 96, 109, 113, 132, 133. 140, 142, 143 ,...................................
Byroade, G. L....................
Byrne, T. L.....................35,

Cabada, E. F.......................
Caffrey, J. B.......................
Caldwell, F. l..................
Caldwell, W. S..................
Calhoun, C..........................
Calhoun, J. C......................
Calhoun, W. T............4.1,
Callahan, T...................46,
Calle, E. de la 13, 20, 27, Calloway, J. B....................
Cameron. M......................
Campbell, C.......................
Campbell, J. A.....18, 27, 37 Campbell, P.........................
Campbell, T. H...... .......79,
Campbell, T. P........... ........
Campbell, P.... ........ ...........
Carden, J. l...................
Cardoza, XW. H................ ...
Carlisle, R. E......................
Carpenter, I..................37,
Carpenter, I.......................
Carpenter, L. 1I.................
Carrer, C. l. 5,15, 20, 27,
30, 43, 47, 48..................
Carrington, F. de................
Carson, E........ ................
Carter, C. C........................
Carter, T. M................138,
Carter, W. F..................23,
63, 109, 119 ...................
Carvallo, N........................
C ase, L ................................
C ase, T J.............................
C asev, J. E ...........................
C asey T ..............................
Castle. C. V...................27,
49, 55, 64, 70, 122, Castine, E. F.......................
Cate, W. S....................106,
Catlin, E. 1........................
Catlin, G. de G...............57,
Causey, 1. C. Jr..............10,
Casell, G. F...................3,
Chaffee, A. R...............47,
Chamberlain, G. E..............
Chamberlin, H. B................


48 Chaibliss, N. R...................
143 Chapman, C. E....................
Charles, F. H.......................
Chase, A. N......47, 57, 131.
Christian, J. B.....................
Christainsen, C....................
152 Church, M C.......................
123 Cills, XV. J............................
55 Clancey, T...........................
Clark, C. C................. ........
131 Clark, H. C.........................
85 Clark, F. B..........................
142 Clark, P. I..........................
38 Clarke, H. N.............48, 80,
127 Cleary, L. j..........................
144 Clegg, I. T...........................
85 Clemons, J. M ......................
137 Clendenin, P........24, 48, 49
29 Clendening, XN. I................
39 Clery, J. H...........................
146 Cleveland, D L....................
137 Cleveland, G........................
46 Cline, E................................
166 Clinger, G.....................123,
144 Cloman, S. A.......................
73 Cohen, S...... ....................
113 Cook, A. N...............11, 14,
94 Cook, C. M ..........................
69 Cook, G. T...........................
145 Cook, H........................115,
65 Cook, W II...............115,
114 Cooke, E. 11.........................
62 Cooke, G. F.............. ..........
Cooney, j.............................
51 Coleleugh, X. MX...................
148 Cole, A. T..................4.4,
84 Cole, F. I .... ... .......27,
131 Cole, G. ...................142,
141 Coleman. L. J.................71,
Colesworthv C. G..... .........
136 Colt, W V........................
59 Coll, J. A............................
111 Collins, A. S .................35,
104 Collins, E. T........................
72 Collins, J. L.........................
136 Collins, J. R....................63,
Collinson. A. L. L..............
132 Collison, W L.....................
55 Collum, J.............................
108 Conklin, H..........................
1 Conklin, -1. 1.................45,
95 Conklin, j............................
50 Conkling, C. H ...................
19 Conley, J. B.........................
173 Connally, A...................
46 Connell, T. IV......................
43 Connelly, D.........................


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147 53 108 132 52 113
144 102 42 135
112 136
157
84 39
53
111 83 70
80 119
102 5 5 153
133 158 16
146 53 11G 14s 135
133
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149
'.)6 85 60
159 55 61 101 65
48 144 132 130 156
41 45 158 167
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Connelly, M ........................
Conniff, J. J.......................
Connor, A.........................
Connor, F..................142,
Connor, W .. ..................
Connors, j...........................
Copp, 0. D..........................
Conrad, C. H....................
Conroy, E...........................
Conroy, J...........................
Conroy, J. W ....................
Cornish, G. A...................
Coudert, M .........................
Council, J. J.......53,
Courtney, H. G............106,
Courtwright, H. E........36, Coyle, C. C..........................
Covington, M ...................
Cowan, F. W ......................
Cowen, J. E........................
Cowin, W B................. ......
Craig, C. F........................
Craig, J...............................
Craige, WV. W ...... .............
Crane, A. 8.............. .........
Crawford, A. B..................
Crawford. J. J........ ...........
Crawford, M, 88. 105, 111, 1 24 .. ..................... ... ...
Creagan, W B..................
Creager, N. H, 18, 52, 64, 67, 88, 105... ..............
Cresoe, G. H............ .........
Crofton, F......... ....... ......
Crofton, W M ..................
Crome, S. M ......................
Cronover, A. E..................
Crosby, C. F ............. .....
Cross, R. E .......................
Croswell, R. T .................
Crowell, G. K,....................
Crowley, E. j.....................
Crowley, J. A .....................
Crowley, J. J................. ...
Cruikshank, C. G...............
Crume, S. M...........114,
Crutchnian, C.. ........
Curtis, E. 8.......................
Curran, M J .......... .........
Cummings, P. B .... ........
Cummings, W ................. ..

Daily, T...............................
Dalby, J. H.........................
Dale, C...............................
Daley, T...............................
Daly, T...... ....................


155 31 113
149 143 111 158
145 161 51 132 68 152 63
112 43 113
111 86
45 48 119 116
148 132 129
120

144 173

114 48 147 145 110
111 64 47 53 113 23 158
111 38 130 113
144 137 71
94

59 35 38
44 69


Daly. W. J............................
Dallam, S. F.......................
Damara, J. J................ 112,
Daniels, G............................
Daniels, I. L...................53,
Darnall, C. R., 51, 73, 90, 109, 124, 144..................
Darsey, M j........................
Davidson, W. F...................
Davidson, W N...................
Davidson, W T...................
Davies, W E........................
Davis, D. G........................
Davis, G. W .........................
Davis, F. P........................
Davis, J. F.........................
Davis, J. G ............... ........
Davis, J. W ........................
Davis, 0.................. .........
Davis, T. H..............65, 75,
Davis, W. E........................
Davison, C. X ...............57,
Dawes, J. W., 96, 98, 121, 129, 138 ........................
Dawling, A. G....................
Dawsey, J. W............... ......
Dean, J. 8...........................
Dean, J. T., 23, 44, 46, 48, 60, 85, 92, 94, 96............
Deane, R. A........................
Deaton, B........ .................
De Kast, C...... .............9,
De Lancy, J. B...............13,
Delaplane, E. C..................
De La Rue, E.....................
Delgado, J. M ........ ............
Deltz, G. F..............
Deming, P. C.................79,
Dempsey, C. A....................
Denison, F........................
Dennis, F. A......................
Derr, J. D.. ......................
Devine, A. L.........................
Devine, J..................... ......
Devine, R. W .................54,
Devine, T ..........................
Devlin, J. W............. ...........
Devow, UV. P.....................
Dickman, J. T...........109,
Dillenback. W J...................
Dillon, A. J..........................
Dixon, J........................
Dixon, J. A................68, 75,
Dobbratz, F.........................
Dobler, 0.............................
Dodd, H. C..........................
Doods, C. J..........................


141 135 136
20 63

165 126 150 58
80 61
64 21 93 102
1 7
39 99 61 72

170
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118
141 43 17 17 75 90 25 126 113
122 45 69 30
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104 139 126 110
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Dodge, F. 8..........................
Dodge, R. B.........................
Doherty, J. J.................. 76,
Donn, H ...............................
Donnan, A. 8.......................
Donnelly, J...........................
Donnelly, J. T......................
Doland, J.............................
Dolz, W .................................
Dorst, J. H ...........................
Dougherty, j........................
Dougherty, W E.................
Douglass, S. W ....................
Dow d, D..............................
Dowling, J. E................. 91,
Dow nes, E. E............. 123,
Dowyle. A. W ......................
Doyle, j................................
Doyle, L...............................
Doyle, M ...................... 63,
Drake, F..............................
Drake, W H ........................
Dricker, J.............................
Dronin, j. A................... 68,
Drury, F. E..........................
Drysdale, H H ....................
Ducker, 0....................... 21,
Dudley, E 8.........................
Duenas, J. D.........................
Duffy, C. M .............. 46, 52,
Dugan, F. B.........................
Duggan, IV. T................ 41,
Durfee, 0. F..................... 7,
Durfee, 0. 8.................... 27,
Dunable, C...........................
Dunbar, C............................
Duncan, W D......................
Dunshie, J. F........................
Dunwoody, H. H. C...... 78, Dunn, E. C...........................
Dunn, M S..........................
Dunn, T...............................
Dunne, L..............................
Durrell, G. P........................
Dutton, F. 8.................. 15,
Duval...................................
Duval, L. F..........................
Dyson, A. H .........................

Eagan, J............... ...........
Earhart, E J..................20,
Eaton, H A............63, 67,
Eaton, H 0..... .................
Echelson, C. W .................
Echeverria, R. 19,20,23,97, Eckart, P.....................73,
Eckert, J.............................


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102 137
128
7
169 137
45 116
104 35 160 137 97
145 32 39
40 88 123 65 156 75 162 55 159 132
24 61 38
134 58
80 69 162 110
84 133 61
141 166 103
128 72 167 16 55

1:11 53 70
134 159 105
128 134


Edgerly, W. 8.....................
Edmunds, F.H. 95, 108, 112 Edwards, G. W...................
Edwards, R. T....................
Edwards, S. W..................
Edwards, W...35, 118, 136, Eisenberg, E. P..................
E ldred, B ..........................
Elgiser, 8...... .... ...............
Elwes, G. C..........................
Elliott, W. P........................
Ellis, P. 11....................48,
Ellsworth, R. C........17, 34, Emabick, S. D........................
England, A. G.......................
Engle, F... .............
English, J. N.......................
Ennist, R. F.............. ........
Epes, A. G ........................3,
Eppley, K .. ........ ............
Erickson, H... .... ...............
Erichsen, J. W......................
Erichsen, .........................
Ernest, 0. H ...1, 47, Erwin, M ....... .......
Escobar, J. A.. ..... .........
Escobedo, A.. .... .........
Escobedo, F.................
Ewers. E. P.......................
Evans, J. G.............. .... 2,
Evans, W....... ..................
Everson, F. H..................
Exwing, G. F. 77, 80, 92, 96,

Fagan, T.............................
F ahy, P ...............................
Fair, J. S...............110, 130,
Fair, T. H............................
Fairchild, A. M....................
Falvey, P. J.........................
Farber, C. W.......................
Farahay, W. 1.....................
Farish, G. V.........................
Farnsworth, C. S...........44,
Farr, 0. W. B.................41,
F arrar, P .............................
Farrar, P. H......................
Farrell, M. J......................
Fay, M. A...... ..................
Fealey, T. J .......................
Febiger. G. L...... ..............
Fee, C. F..............................
Feldstein, S. .......................
Fenstermaker, D. W. C..44, Fennell, T..... .................
Fenton, E. B .....................
Ferguson, J................... 3,


7
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122 87 159 86 83
111 126
174 56 53 132
48 103 97 126
45 133 133
45 86 72 167 103 59 100 135 37
142 91
146

137 137 132
20 166 126 68 53
3
46 79 101 171
122 126 145 75 137 103
45 70
115 87






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Ferrer, F. M 12, 66,
Ferrero, F........................
Finch, T. S...................
Findley, G...... ..............
Fine, P. C.. ....................
Finger, E. H.......................
Finley, J. J.................... 49,
Finney, L. P...............
Firman, L. A .....................
Fish, W. H...........................
Fisher, D..............................
Fisher, H.. ....................60,
Fisher, W. K......................
Fitzgerald, C. C..................
Fitzgerald, J......................
Fitzgerald, .. W..................
Fitzgerald. W. j..................
Fitzpatrick, J. F.................
Flaherty, M.......................
Flannery, W. C ................
Fleming, W. H...................
Fletcher, M. B.....................
Fletcher, M. C.............. ....
Flock, B. A..........................
Flores, W. R...... .............
Flynn, J. R... ..................
Flynn, T. H ........................
Fugarty, P. C.....................
F oin F C ..........................
Foltz, F. S ..............71, 120,
Forbes, R.............................
Ford, E. S............................
Ford. G. E..........................
Ford, I C........... ........ ...
F o rd J................................
Foren, J. H.........................
Fornaris, J. M.....................
Fontenuera, J...........60,
F o rtin, I..............................
Fosgate, F. H......................
Foster, D...... ..................
Foster, W. S...................74,
Fowler, C. R.......................
Fowler, H. W......................
Fowler, J. L ........................
F o x ..................................
Francis, J. C .....................
Frank, J........ ......67,
Frank, K..........................
Frank, L............... ..... .....
Franklin, C........................
Frazer, T. A......................
Fredericks, J....................
Freeburn, C. C.................
Freeman, A..............101,
Freeman, H. J...........3, 46,
Freeman, J. W ...................


89
3
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129 56 106
112 126
104 82 109 26
99 G9 100 170 126
45
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146 93 109 132 110 166 166 163 135
77 39
132 47 39 13 63
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143 137
148 96
120 102 22
3
128 167 53 137
174 166 47 115 49 49


Freeman, P.. ....................
Freeman, S. D...... .............
French, C. G...... ...............
French, J. T.,Jr..................
French, W. W .....................
Frey, A................ ...........
Fries, W. A........................
F ry S ........... ...... ... ,......
Fudge, R........................3.
Fuerstenberg, J..................
Fuller, L. A. 53,71, 81, 124, Fuller, L. C.......... ... ........
Fuller. R. P........................
Fulton, J. M....... ..............
Furbush, C. I ....................
Furbush, C. L........... ........
Furnish, V ............ .. ......
Furst, A. S........................
Furst, E. S........................

Gaddis, C. M ........... .........
Gaddy, F......... ................
Gaffin, G. W ......................
Gaffney, T.........................
Gallagher, f. H..................
Gambrell, G.......................
Gauson, E. R.....................
Gardner, F. V. E...........44,
Garlock, X.......... ......16,
Garrison, E .......................
Garvin, A. J........ ..............
Gasser, H. ........ ...........
Gattshall, J. B...................
G ay C ............ .................
Gayle, E. E........................
Gerhardt, C.......................
Gerth, X. A ............. .........
Gertner, W ........................
Giblin, W .. 54, 60, 66,
Gibson, H.........................
Gibson, X. H...............112
Gibson, W. R.....................
Gifford, -A. B ....................
Gigler, F. H......................
Gilbert, B. C.................41,
Gilbert, R. H............ ........
Gilbert, W 0.....................
Gilmore, J. C.....................
Gilroy, F...........................
Gill, C. R......... ................
G ill, j................................
Gillen, E. M ......................
Gillen, M......................... .
Gillespie, J. R................46,
Gillian, G..........................
Girard, G ........................
Girault, P.........................


60
141 68 65 96 151 37 158 53
100 150 50
22 81 119
70 151
4,4 55

69 44 102 111 165 167
39 55 77 126 157 38
16
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92
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100
44 102 97
41 174 26 127
141 137
164 104 25 162








Gleason, E. j....... ........... 55
Gleason, M ....................... 141
Glenn, W. J........................ 100
Glennan, J. D...... ............ 66
Gleenen, R. J.................... 53
Gloat, L. J........................ 48
Gloren, R. M...... ............ 26
Glunz, T........................... 07
G oble .... .......................... 16
Goddard, C. E. ................. 39
Goddard, J........ ............. 111
Godfrey, E. S......... ........ 50
Godfrey, G. C. M. 23, 63,
00, 124....... .......... 143
Goerick, ........................ 8S
Going, F. H....................... 91
Goodale, E. L.................... 49
Gooding, R.T......110, 130, 132 Goodman, J. A............3, 44 47
Goodnow, 1-H. P ................ 15
Goodrich, C. L.................. 39
Goodyear, W. I................ 90
Golden, .......... ........... 34
Golden, P. J........................ 75
Golliday, 0. S.................... 53
Gompf. XV. R.................. 53 59
Gordon, T. X ...............94 154
Gorgas, W. C.... ..........5,9 13Gorm an, M....................84 117
Gormley, J. I..................... ..1
Goulding, T. F.... .......... 1.2
Gow, G. C.................. 150 163
Grace, E..... ..................... 103
Grady, J. J ....................... 110
Graham, J. L............... ..... 117
Graham, R.....................3, 100
Graham. S.......................... 56
Graham, W. C................... 137
Graham, W. R....15, 30, 44,
74, 98, 107, 109............ 169
Gray, C. V........................ 122
Gray, D. A..... .. ............... 7
Gray, D. M ........................ 9
Gregory, V. 13....... ........66 70
Gregg, A........................... 113
Green, F. E........................ 9
Green, W. J....................... 39
Greenhall.............4.3 66
Greenwald, J. P ................. 127
Greer, M. S........................ 127
Griffith, E 0............ ........ 36
Grimes, G. S...15, 52, 72,77 99 Grimm, H. E .... ......... ..... 35
Gruesbeek, W. W............... 7
Gudgeon, S. L.................... 55
Guensch, A........................ 104
Guiler, R. W...................... 86


9
Guild, C................. .......... 13
Gunn, J. C .................... 90, 115
Gunnard, F. R........... .65, 77
Gustafson, A...................... 100
Guthrie, J. B. 36, 38,39,43,
5 1, 52 ............................ 61
Guvot, P. E ................ ..... 141
Guyni, .J. D................. ...... 3
Gvgcr, G. R ....... ............... 61
Gwynn, .J. D........................ 42

Hackett, G................. ...... 128
h ackney, S. A.................. G8
laff, V. L.......... ............ 93
Hlagan, F. J...............,...... 135
Hagerman, G. C.........127, 138
-lh gertv, B. F... ................ 123
Haggerty, B...................... 164
I ildin, J. A............42, 46, 49
Hale, L. P-............ ........ 110
Halstead, F................ ..... 59
H alstead,J...................... ... 68
Hall, E. T................. 148
Haman 1...... .......... 44
Hamilton, C. 0 ................. 105
Hamilton, J. K........ ......... 148
Hanilton, L. C.. .............. 53
Hamilton, W. 13... ............ 39
Hamilton, W. H................ 131
Hanioniid, W. D............... '39
-Ianagan, J................0, 78
Hancock, W. F ................. 41
Hanc, J. L................ ........ 111
Hankins, L A............... ... 30
1-lankinson, F. A...........101. 145
Hanks, X ......................... 120
-anley,J. E................49, 56
Hansen, A...................109, 111
Hansen, J. D...................... 78
Hardenbcrgh, R. V .......45, 49
Harden, IV. A..................... 136
Hare, L. R......................... G4
Hargrave, R ....... ........38, 93
Hargrave, P. P.................. 55
Hargrave, T. M............ ..... 53
Harper, J. R...................... 27
Harper, R. B............42, 77, 173
Harper. XV. A................65, 14S
Harrer, C........................... 144
Harrigan, J. F.................... 53
Harrington, C. F............... 137
Harrington, W. C...... ........ 54
Harris, A. J... ................... 68
Harris, J............................ 126
Harris, W. L.... .......... 123
Harroun, I......................... 98
Hart, W. H..................142, 147






10
H artle, M M ...................... 122
H artley, F......................... 34
Hartley, F. M.. ......... ........ 125
Hartley, F. W ... ............ 165
Hartman, C. F.. 15,17, 117, 172 H arvey, 1. S...................... 49
H arvey, S. C........................ 137
Hasbrouck, H. C................. 40
Haskin, NV. L........... ......... 72
Hastings, 0...........63, 137, 153
H atfield, A. P...................... 90
H auck, G ........................ 49
Haussener, A. A.........3, 46, 49 Havens,B.F.5,15,30,44,65, 79
Havice, J. H.........107, 132, 157 H avis, W. C. .......... ...... 137
H aw kes, J........................... 122
Hawkins, S. G..................... 113
H ayes, A. T ....................... 107
Hayes. E. I. 48, 63, 74,91, 101 H aze, H A ........................ 31
H azlett, J. R ............ ....... 39
H ealy, C. H ..................... 148
Healy. F. W ..... ................ 147
Heapes, W. W-............. 126
Heatherly, R. 8.................. 39
Heavren, R. M................... 147
H ecker, F. J....................... 10
H eg. E. E ..................,...... 34
H eidel .............................. 129
H eidel, F ........................... 146
H eil, J ............................... 174
Heineman, A.............. 122
Heisman, E. F................... 71
Helmick, E. A................... 68
HeIeipburn, W. I................ 111
Henry, F. M...................... 151
Henry, M. J...........36, 104, 127
H ennissy, P....................... 86
Henzman, C ........... .. ..... 121
Hepburn, C. B. 15, 16, 28,
46, 102 158
Hepburn, W. J.......... 57
Herbert, C. A.................... 122
Herman, M ................36, 96
Henderson, W. K........... 47
Hewes, W. A...................... 55
Hewes, W. H..................... 9
H ew itt, F. A...................... 20
Hickey, J. B. 7, 26, 30, 35, 74, 87, 113, 118, 129, 132, 133 159
Hickman, E. A............48, 54
Higgins, A. 3, 58, 63, 68, 83
Hildebrandt, J.... .... ......... 122
H illen, J......... .... ............. 105
Hindert, E. G................44, 55


Hinds, E.......................98,
Hinckle, E C.....................
Hinman, L M ....................
Hirshinger, H. J............44,
Hiscock, J, E .................
Hobart, H. C............ ........
Hoffman, F W ...............89,
Hoffman, W H.................
Hogan, D.........................
Hogan, J. E ..............105,
Hogan, J. P..... ...............
Hogan, W. 0 .....................
Hogen, E.J........................
Holbrook, W .A.................
Holden, D. I-I...................
Holden, G. H.....................
Holden, G. J.............. .....
Holman, J ...... ..... ..
Holman, T .......................
Holmes, J. J........................
Honian, 0. H................. .
Hood, D............................
Hood, D. N..........................
Hooe, A. S ........................
Hoppin, C. B.......................
Horaban, J........................
Horan, J...............102, 103,
Horning, 0. H............. .....
Horting, G. W ......... ........
Hoskins, W 8....................
Houghton, H. A................
Housah, J. 8......................
Houser, J. L......................
Houston, J. B. 109, 115,
121, 169,
Houston, G. A. Van ..........
Howard, C................... ....
Howard, J. 0..............105,
Howarth, F......................
Howerton, W C................
Howry, J..........................
Hoyle, D. D........ ..............
Hoyle, E. D.......................
Hubbard, C. R...................
Hubbard, J. B....................
Huff, L. 0 .........................
Huff, 0. M .........................
Hughes, J..........................
Hulzier ................. ............
Humphrey, C. F.................
Humphrey, J.....................
Hunt ...................
Hunt, C. D. V.... .....24, 74,
Hunt, E. P........................
Hurley, J................. .........
Hurley, T. E........ ............
Hurst, W R..................45,


128 134 138
47 49 60 171 77 55
106 86 53
65 50 30 123
44 154
45 122 102 126
84 94 118 90 126 129 30
113 130 135 92

170 53
104 106 123 53
44 93 56
113 52 123 126 132 16
147 5-1, 26 82
12 22 53
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Husinger, H. J .................. 3


Inge, B.... ....................65,
Innis, J. J..................... .....
Irish, P. H....................35,
Irwin, J. J......... ....... ........
Ives, E. B.....125, 131, 133,

Jackson, A. S.....................
Jackson, C. A.....................
Jackson, F ......................
Jackson, H. F ....................
Jackson, S. A ............... 53,
Jackson, P. L....................
Jacobs, C. C ....................
James, F...................... 63,
james, J. E................. 122,
James, N. E......... .............
James, N. T ......................
James, W P ...... ...... ........
Janda, J. F ............. 92, 94,
Jarrett, G. D... ......,..........
Jenkins, P. L .....................
Jenkins, W D. ...................
Jeunet. E. A ................. 35,
John, J. S. St ....................
Johnson, A. T. ....... ..........
Johnson, F. C....................
Johnson, J.........................
Johnson, W J....................
Johnson, W 0 ............ 117,
Johnston, A...................
Johnston, J. D... ...............
Johnston, W H ............ 39,
Jones, E. W .......................
Jones, F. B........................
Jones, H. W .......................
Jones, J. H ............... ........
Jones, J. R.........................
Jones, S.............................
Jones, W .........................
Jordan, IL B............
Jordan, L. W ..... ........ 123,
Jordan, S. S ........ 1, 49, 87, Jorgenson, H. P........... .....
Junco, L............................

Kahle, W .. ....................
Kaiser, E...........................
Kaltschmidt, E. M .............
Kane, T. R .... ...... 126,
Kauffman, R. K.... ......
Kean, J. R...... ...... ...........
Keene, W A ......................
Keenum, A. M ...................
Kelsey, W B.....................
Kelleher, J.................. 143,


148 54 55 53 161

116
44 114 41 59 109 53 78
174 122 174 113
147 167 53
42 55 95 35
48 111 127 123
142 54 66 92
143 17 72
141 139 103
94 126
149 134 96

131 123 75 138 97
20 55 126
39 149


Keller, D. E ...... ........ ...
Kelly, D. F ................ .......
Kelly, E. L.. ..................
Kelly, J......... ................
Kelly, J. P................... 75,
Kelly, S...... ...........
Kelly, W S ........... 92, 102,
Kemp, C. E .......................
Kendall, H. F....................
Kent, A.............................
Kennedy, C. W ....... .... 79,
Kenned', E. L... ............
Kennedy, E. R...................
Kennedy, R. W .... ..........
Kennedy, W A ........... 35,
Kenner, A ..........................
Kenner, J. B...... 34, 43, 44, Kennon, L. W. V...... .........
Kernan, F.......... ..............
Kerrick, 1. S................3,
Kesterson, C. M ................
IKetchum, H. W ..............20,
Keys, G. T........ .................
Kimble, R. F.......................
Kimes, L..... ..................
Kines, L., Jr........................
King, C.............................
King, S..............................
Kirby, H...... ...............
Kirkman, G. W...................
Kite, W, G..........................
Kittrell, B. H................52,
Klapp, E.................. ........
Kleeman, A, E...............35,
Kline, W C.........................
Klusmeier, H......... ...........
Kluper, J. J........................
Knapp L .......................43,
Kneedler, J. L........... ...
Knecht, B. J.......................
Knight, H. E............64, 65,
Knisely, C..........................
Knopp, M. T.....................
Knowlton, J. L......... ......
Knust, J. G, F.............127,
Koch, D .............................
Kochersperger. S. M....111, Kohlseth, H. L..................
Kolster, D. A. H...124, 125, Komie, J............................
Kraatz, 0 .........................
Kramer, S. P., 8, 9, 20, 78, 81,
Kratz, L. M ................ ......
Kraus, C...........................
Krause, H. C................8,
Krautter, K........................


I L 53 128 166 88 160
104 117
31 109 52
147 136
149 173 55 25 65 106
3
44 77
102 138 99 126 151
145 161 123
82 129 78 19 55 129 127
174 44 103 53 68 137 3t 132
143 151 117
105
140 34
1

103
141 123
174
127






12
Krebs, J.............................. 128
Kress, J. A...... .. ................ 47
Kromer, L. B ................... 122
Kubiak, AN............... ........ 137

Lacey, F. E............. .....50, 95
Ladd, B. F ...................... 129
Lafitte, J. de L.............. .. 123
Laffiter, J........................ 137
Lafler, C ................ ......... 39
La Grass, P. J...............49, 56
Lahy, W..................... ..... 38
Laine, D. T...... .......9, 46, 90
Lamar, C.....................96, 150
Lamar, Le Gare....130, 141, 165 Lamb............................... 74
Lamb, G. W...................... 149
Lamb, W. E....... .............. 122
Lake, H...............,......... 126
Lamp, H. G....................... 168
Lancanshire, NY. H............ 35
Landon, E......................... 41
Lang, C. E........ ...... ,........ 41
Lapselv, F. W.................... 64
Lare, B E......................... 126
Larimer, J.....................35, 55
Larson K........... .............. 111
Lauer, S. D........................ 127
Laufer, G..... .................... 146
Law, K............................ 43
Lawrason, G. B...... ....134, 135
Lawrence F............... .... 26
Lawrence, H. W................. 132
Lawrence, T....................... 58
Lawwill, C.................. ...... 134
Leach, J. A......................... 104
Leach, J. S... ...................... 70
Leach, L. B .......,... ......... 165
Ledford, A......................... 151
Ledlie, S. A....................... 141
Leavy, G... ........................ 154
Leckert, L......................... 53
L ee, F ................................. 146
Lee, J. P .......................53, 123
Lemay, D................. ........ 37
Leonard, T........... ............ 30
Lester, D.................47, 54, 171
Lewellyn, A. L.................. 54
Lewis, C. L............. ........ 147
Lewis, E. F ...................... 44
Liebenrood, W. B.....36, 43, 83
Liew, F. T. Van ...........113, 123
Lillie, R. W........................ 42
Lindsay, J. R......41, 67, 74,
81, 82, 94, 96, 117 Lindsay, P. A.................... 56
Lindsey, R. J...... ........... 75


Linnehan, J. A ................... 173
Lipscomb, R. 0........ L7, 20, 53
Lissak, 0. M......37, 38, 88,
105, 124,143, 144 LittleJ .................... ........ 55
Little, W. G....................... 40
Littlebrant, W. T. 132, 142, 149 Liversay, B3....................... 35
Lloyd, A. A......... .............. 43
Loch, W ............... ........49, 56
Lockart, W. J........ ........... 43
Loftus, M. J....................... 86
Logan, G. H. 5, 30, 44, 47,
65, 93, 101
Logan, XV. H .---- ......101, 172
Long, C. H..................... 72
Long, G. T ...... ... .... ....... 137
Long, J. D.......................... 149
Longest. J. W.................... 39
Loobv, P......... ................. 30
Loos, W.J.....................49, 56
Lord, H. M........ .........86, 1'29
Lott, A G............126, 135, 141
Lottridge, C. A................. 35
Loud, D. C....................... 168
Lough, G. A..................... 96
Low, H N........................ 107
Lowe, E........................... 80
Lowe, J. C........ ............... 30
Lowe S. E...... ..............3, 44
Lower, A. R........................ 104
Lozinger, H......................... 20
Luckett, J. B....................... 3
Lundy, P.............................. 54
L utes, R .............................. 61
Lake, J. J.....................37, 45
Lyons, E.............................. 166
Lyman, F. E........................ 111
Lynch, G.............................. 168
Lynch, J. A.................... ...... 153
Lynch, J. j........................... 137
Ly nch, J. R. 73. 74, 85, 86,
98, 109, 121, 149, 169 170
Lyster, T. C.........117, 132, 137

Macauley, J.... ................. 47
Mace, W. H....................... 163
Mackereth, A........... ........ 141
Mackie, A.......................3, 53
Mackinson, J. H................ 92
MacNaughton, P. D........... 43
Magna, J...... ......... ....... 153
Mahan, M. H..................... 102
Mahoney, W. J.................. 53
Makin, H. G............. ....... 120
Maley, E.-E.................126, 139
Malia, M.......................... 160









Malick, A. C......................
Malke, F.... ........132,
M alone. E...................... ..
M alloy, M ................. .....
M alloy, W M ........... ........
M angan, J. R.....................
M anley, C. J............46, 48,
M ann, W B......................
M arshall, C.......................
MarshallJ. N .......... ... ....
M arshall, J. T. .............72,
Marshall, T. R.........38, 49, Martin, G. C ....................
Martin, H. C ...................
Martin, J. D ........ ......36,
M artin, M .........................
M artini, A ....... ........ ...
M artindale, E. B....93, 105, M artinez. B.......................
M arquette, L .............. .....
M ason, C. E.......... .... ......
M ason, X.........................
M assey, L ........................
M athias, J...... ...........39,
M axam, J. A ........ ............
Maxfield, J. E........... ........
M axwell, j. J...............
Maxwell T. H......................
May, D. L.........................
M ay, J. W ................... .
M ay, W T.......................
Mayer, H. A .............. ......
M ayes, E......... ........ ........
M aveskieJ R .................
Maynard, M B.............75,
Mazzuri, P......... ..............
r A.eh., F. A. 10, 96,
Meahan, 'A. H1........ ..103,
Means, G. E ....... ..............
Meech, l..................
Mefford, S. M ............7, 17,
Mercer, C ........................
Merzig, P. N............... .....8
Merregold, A.... ................
Merrill, H. I .....................
Merrill, W G..............108,
Mesa, F. M ........................
Metcalf, W C.. .............46,
M ichaelj S............ ... 47,
Middlemiss, W I.............
Milburne, D ....... ..............
Milner, T. A...... ...............
M illar, E. A ........................
M iller, A. A ........................
M iller, C. H.............. .........
M iller. C. J........................
M iller, F......... ....... ....... .


131
146 100 31 113 33 50
44 51 55
122 119 123
54 43 148 39
124 100 160
43 86 126
111 53 153 153 35
120 126 123 61 141
44 116 117 120
149 49 141 53 45 17 72 39 118
32 4 9 118
43
3
61
41 82 93 110 53


Miller, G......................113,
Miller, G. A...... ..............
Miller, H. B.......... .......
Miller, H. J .......................
Miller, H. R .................
Miller, S. W .....................
Miller, W ................. ........
Miller, W. H .......... 41,
Villas, W E......... ... .........
Mills, W N.......................
Miner, F. L...............
\Iiner, H ........ ...............
MIiner, J. A..................3G,
Mitchell, A...... .................
Mitchell, J. A.....................
Mitchell, J. M ....................
litchell, M ......................
\litchell, R. D...................
Mitchell, W. 4, 13, 58, 7 5, Moale, E .. ..... ........91, 92,
Moberg, C. A...... .......140,
XVoloney, M .......................
Montgoiery, B. C............
Montgomery, C. X.............
More, M. P.............57,72,
Morgan, ............... .......
Alorgner, H ...................
Moore, A. A ....................
Moore, B. C................ .....
Moore, J ..........................
Moore, j. C.......................
Moore, J. R.....................
Moore, W C .... .. .........
Moorehead, C. E .............
Morrell, L. M ...............
Morrin, 1)........ .........
.Morris, A. P, ........ 17, 81,
Morris, G. B......................
Moses, G. X... ........69, 99
Moses, 1I. C.............. ......
Moss, C. W.. .... ...... ......
Mothersill, P...........44,
Mott, T. B.......................
M oqnin, A. J.. ............
Muir, C. H.............. ........
Mullenj....................112,
Muller, H..... .......... ......
Mlnllikin, 1. C ...............
Murchison, I.............. ......
Murphy, E..................104,
Murphyi G...................49,
Murphy, J............113, 122
Murphy, J. L.............. ......
Murphy, P. F....................
Murphy, T. 0....................
Murray, R. K......... ...........
Murray, L. T............... .....


13 126
122 137
112 84 125
22 156 172
174 128 137
43 144 111 112 113 53 105 130
148 143 39
143 131 87 67 119
134 45 30
104 55 58
3
147 158 59 126 127
50 118 56 118 123 13 127
47
3
165
56 172
120 126 123 126
112







14
Murray, T. L..................... 55
Murray, W. F................... 29
Muscher, H. G................... 39
M yrick, J. R...................... 172
Myer, F. W .. .................... 111
Myers, W. H..................... 143
McAlpine, A....................... 167
McCabe, W.T..................... 113
McCaffrey, C. J.................. 129
McCaffrey, F...........20, 39, 81
McCann, H .... ................... 166
McCarthy, A. P. .........110, 125
McCauley, A..................... 58
McCauley, T. F................ 89
McChristal, J............... ..... 99
McCook, P. H................... 125
McCoole, C ................ 32
McCord, D. P.............. .... 121
McCormick, ................... 40
McCormick, L. A ............... 35
McCoy, F. B... ................. 123
McCoy, J. F..................... 129
McClellan, J.............10, 37, 47
McClernan, J..................... 100
Mc Clernan, J. M................ 137
McClure, C., Jr.................. 148
McClure, C. A...............48, 51
McCullach, F. A................. 54
McDermott, C...............70, 140
M cDevitt, W ....................... 53
McDonald, 1-................39, 113
McDonald, J. F.................. 117
McDonald, 1. H................. 58
McDonald, W. M.............. 3
McDonough, M. J....71, 96, 131 McDougal, D..................... 31
McDowell, E. C.............46, 88
McFarland, C.............133, 165
M cGann, J. J............... ..... 7
MuGerry, A. M.................. 110
M cGinty, L....................... 149
M cGinty, R....................... 149
McGloin, P.............37, 4.5, 86
McGoveney. C S..... .. ...... 34
McGowan, J. T.. ....74, 80, 168 McGrady, V..................... 100
McGrath, F. j............. ...... 44
McGrath,J ........ .............. 132
M cGuire, J....................96, 132
McGunnigle, G. K:....... 135
McHardy. W..................... 132
M ellenry, J........ .............. 96
M cIntire, W ......................... 87
McKee, 0. L. .............. ... 34
McKeever, ..................... 136
McKenna, F. B.... ........13, 43
McKenna, P. J.................. 15


McKenzie, F. A................... 53
McKeown, D..................... 74
McKeown, G. L............35, 58
McKnatt, J......... .............. 129
McLaughlin, J. B................. 89
McLaughlin, G. P........ ..... 100
McLaughlin, J. J................. 102
McLaughlin, W. B............ 51
McLeod, A............83, 105, 116
McM ahon, J. E... ..........68, 71
McMahon, S. J......... ........ 136
McManus, B..................... 141
McManus, E. M................. 53
McMillan, M. B.................. 150
McMNller, G............ ........ 102
McMullen, G...............107, 165
McMurdy, C. D.................. 37
McMurty, A..................... 122
McNamara, J..................... 31
MXcNatt,J................. ........ 128
McNaughton, R. H..... ...... 53
McNiff, H........................... 141
McNulty, G. F..................... 135
McRae, T........................... 101
McRae, J. D........................ 111
McVeagh, J. C...... .... ...... 113
McVean, C. C..................... 139
iMcVickar, J. A.................... 40
McWigginton, F................. 156

Nangle, S .......................... 111
Nattinger, J. B.......... ........ 48
Navailles, L........................ 100
Nayl or, W. S.. 110, 130, 132
Neder, A ............................. 53
Neely, .......................... 127
Nelson, G. H.......... .....53, 69
Newell, C. A....................... 71
Newman, WV.......... .... ...... 145
Nicol, G................. .......... 38
Nicolay, j.......................... 125
Nichols, C. E...... ... ........ 84
Nichols, B. V................... 129
Niedeman, W. F. de......301, 127 Niemyer, W.............36, 43, 83
Nilts, L, 67,70,93,134,142, 149 Nitchman, W. 0................. 113
Noble, G. R............... ........ 23
Noble, W. J... .. .............. 53
Nolan, C......... ........ ........ 140
Nolan, J. ........ ........ ........ 167
Noonan, T. F.... ................ 112
Norington, C. A................. 30
Norman, S ....... .... ......... 81
Norman, T........................ 79
Normoyle, J. E................... 95
Northrup, H...................... 102









Norton, .......... ........
Norris, A. L..................53,
Nottinger, J. B..................
Nourse, J. F...... .......... .....

Oberschelp, B.......................
O'Brien, J. H..................55,
O'Brien, J. W .......................
O'Connell, J. J.....................
O'Connell, P........................
O'Connor, J. R...................
O'Connor, P........................
Odea, P...............................
Odell, A. 0...........................
Odell, A. S...........................
Odell, V..............................
O'Donnell, J........................
Offer, W H...........................
Ogleman, J...........................
Ohern,J................................
Oliver, E. ........................
Oliver, L. X........................
Olson, 0..............................
O'NeilJ.. ..........................
O'Neil. P..............................
O'Neill, B,...........................
O'Neill, H..................128,
Opdvehe, H. G.....................
O'Reilly, P .....................66,
O'Reilly, R. A ...........72, 74,
Oswald........................... 43,
O'Sullivan, T. T..................
Oviatt, F. D........................
Owens, C. W ..................105,
Owens, J..............................
Owens, T. H..................3,

Pagan, G. E..........................
Pagan, W R.......................
Page, F. M. 2, 23, 96, 99, 142,
Pahoke, R. J.......................
Paldo, J...............................
Palmatier, 1-......................
Palmer, W H ....... ...........
Pah ieri, J. B.....................
Paris, L. A .............. ........
Parker, C. F...............131,
Parker, F. M :....................
Parker, J. W ....................
Parker. T. S. ..........
Parkhurst, C. D.........147,
Parrot, J. M ...............103,
Parshall, G. B...............53,
Partello, J. ...............
Pasco, W D...... ... ......
Patnode, IV ..... .............


16 59
3
45

113 72
121 149 44 28
55 138 58
48 166 93 110 150
45 43
123 90 137 119
104 129
5
133 118 66
104 84 106
111
44

53 59

143 (33 100 123
146 169 137
132 50
44 45 149 136 59 125
48 39


Patrick, E. E........... ........
Patten, C. A....... ..............
Patten, G. H..............44,
Patterson, J ....................
Payne, J....... ..............
Peabody, W I..................
Peake, W .............................
Pearson, D. C................. ...
Pearson, E. P............. ......
Pedley 0..............................
Pederson, W D....................
Peed, G. P.......................79,
Peltier, P. J..................162,
Pellon, A.............................
Penfield, W G......................
Penkalske, .................... 49,
Penny. A. D.................44.
Peralto, J. C........................
Perkins, E. W .................82,
Perkins, H. L.......................
Perry, P. -..........................
Peters, A. A .................100,
Peterson, C. A.....................
Peterson, M R....................
Peterson, P..........................
Peterson, V.........................
Pezuela, C............................
Phelan, H............................
Phelps, W L...................20,
Phillips, W A......................
Phister, N. P.............35, 50,
Pickering, J. N.....................
Pielert, H. P........................
Piening, E............................
Pierson, I G.......................
Pillsbury, J. D.................71,
Pindar, X .....................161,
Piper, A. R...........................
Piper, T. E..........................
Pitcher, W L............41, 48,
Pitcher, F............................
Place, 0... .......................
Plumer, E. H.......................
Poey, H'. C...........................
Pollack, S. N................150,
Pollak, A J.........................
Polley, B..............................
Polloer, X ...................78,
Pomrov, A...........................
Pomroy, F. 1-.................78,
Porter, G. G.........................
Porter, J. W .........................
Poorter, L. de......................
Potter, L. A ........................
Powell, H. McL....117, 123, Powers, R. B.......................
Prager, A.............................


15 97
168 55
127 86 35
77 93 69
39
148 105
174 112 123 56 59 59 95 39 60 119
47 72
164 126
59 123
43 68 5 5
111 54 86 55
126 174 5 5
4.7 117
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126 12:1
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154 174 85 1l1 100
25
110
104 53
142 55 123







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Prates, S. H.........................
Prew C...............................
Price, E. R...........................
Pritchard, J. W ....................
Proctor, A. .......................
Pruitt, M S.........................
Pugh, J. T............................

Quay, A. G. C ..................
Quinn, F...........................
Quinn, W j ......................
Oninton, "W X..............86,
Quisenberry, I-. H ........53,

Rahan, L. P.........................
Rahily. D. T................... 49,
Rainold, M. .............
Ralston, A. W ......................
Ransay, W A .....................
Rarey, H. L............. ..........
Rayson, M C................ 3,
Reade, E. J...........................
Reading, ...................... 78,
Reagan, ...........................
Reagan, M E......................
Reardon, T..........................
Reap. W F.................. 100,
Reber, S, 9, 22, 52, 89, 111, 131,
Reed, G. E............................
Reed, L. 0............................
Reed, W L ...........................
Reeder, R. P.........................
Regan, l. H........................
Richiman, G...................... 3,
Reider, E ..........................
Reilley, W ....................... 33,
Reming ton, ................
Reske, F...............................
Retsch, 1.............................
Rever, G. A..........................
Reynolds, I. L......................
Reynolds, R. W ....................
Reynolds, T. E.....................
Reeve, E. M .........................
Reeves, J..............................
Rhea, J. C...................... 44,
Rhodes. A. C........................
Rice, J. 1 .............................
Rice, S.............. 15, 81, 117,
Rich, C. M ...........................
Richards, J...........................
Richmond, E. T. C. 93, 117, Richmond, R. W ..................
Richmond. .......................
Rickard, R 0...... 4, 61, 95,
Rickcrson, ................


61 162 129 126 139
111 53

20 10 139
148 59

30 56 69 30 35
53
20 88 103 113 166 56 109

133 110 135
145 148 155
48 148 123 G8 113
48 115
44 45 106 133 126
145 102 141
128 77 90 131 139 115 98 126


Riley, H. E ........................
Riley, W. H..........................
Risselada, A.........................
Ritz, J. M ....................
Ritthic, T..........................
Rix, A F ...........................
Roach, C. E .......................
Roache, R. C........ .. ..........
Roberts, J.............. ........
Robertson, E. B. 58, 62, 64, 82,
Robertson, W. M.................
Robinson, C. E..... ............
Robinson, F. U............ 117,
Robson, E. G.....................
Roche, E. A..........................
Rocheford, W............... 123,
Rockenbach, S. D.........148,
Rodman, J. B.......................
Rodriguez, F........................
Rogan, C. B............93, 114,
Rogers, A.............................
Rogers, G.............................
Rogers, R. M...............54,
Rolfe, R. I., 24, 26, 27, 30,
37, 46, 48, 55, 60, 70, 85, 90, 92, 97, 112, 135, 136,
138, 140, 142, 143, Romeyn, C. A ......................
Romoguera. j......................
Romans, J. W.................49,
Rooney, T........ ... .............
Ros, L..........................55,
Rosenblatt, J......................
Ros, J. W......................
Rossiter, P. S.................48,
Rowe, A. T................... 54,
Rowe, P..............................
Rowell, F. N.......................
Rowland, J. W....................
Rucker, L. S. D....................
Ruckman, J. X..................
Runner, W. S ...... .... ........
Rushing, W. D .............133,
Russell, A.............................
Russell, C. V......................
Rupert, F. G.................113,
Ryan, A...............................
Ryan, G. J...... ..............
Ryan,J. B........ ...........
Rvao, J. F...........................
Ryan, J. J., 9,20, 29,58, 63, Ryan, J. L........... ..............
Ryan, A...... ..................

Sabin, E.. .....................
Salazar, W. E.... ......... 97,


113 155 132 123
40 45
97
55 31

88 115
123 144 138 37
128 172
45 63
1G1 137 119 61



151
164 56 56
100 131
111 29
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140 145 G1 133 131 100
142 151
54 129 89 104 113 113
168 127 126

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Sallies, M J......................
Sample, S. S ....................
Sanderman, H. C...............
Sanders, T . ...... ........
Sanders, W M ................
Sanderson, G. H................
Sanger, P..........................
Sargent, F. H....................
Savage, E. B...............103,
Savage. J. E......................
Sawin, B. T .....................
Saxby, E. A.............. .......
Saxey, B...........................
Saxon, T. L.......................
Sayles, J. F..................12,
Scales, W ...........................
Scantling, J. C....67, 71, 79, Schenck, A. D............1, 70,
Scherf, H. A.......................
Scheying, J. B........... ........
Schiappeasse, L.................
Schlobohm, G. W ...............
Schneider, A..................97,
Schroeder, R......................
Schuer, J...........................
Schultz, A. G...................
Schultz, G. E.......................
Schultz, J...........................
Schurman, G........ ............
Schwarer, P......................
Schwarz, j........................
Schwarz, T........................
Scott, D............................
Scott, W E.......................
Scott, W S........................
Schmidt, E. R....................
Scully, J. W ........... ...........
Searle, E. H.......................
Searson, 0...........................
Seffers, 0. W .................41,
Seith, L. F...........................
Selby, G...............................
Sellers, F.............................
Scinbler, A...............
Seras, R...............................
Serrell, G.............................
Seth, S...............................
Seume, F. A......... ..... .......
Seward, M A....................
Seyburn, J. R........88, 147,
Shackle, F. J.................58,
Shaffer, C. H.......................
Sharp, B. J. C.............. ...
Sharp, E. J..................46,
Shamp, T. E...................38,
Shantz, G........... ..167,
Shaugnessy, J. P................


119
6
113 11 113 77 39
68 115 152 39
43 104 53 81 137
134 95 110
46 113 145
144 39
111 139 S7 123 100 119
112 83 so 168
48 53
74 103 39 83 30 is 39
3
90 137 98 153 136 167
142 135 96
48 81
174 137


Shaw, J. J.........................
Shaw, R. R........................
Shaw, T........... ................
Sheebeck, W ......................
Sheedy, J...........................
Sheehey, J. J......................
Shefflin, P.........................
Sheldon, G. A......,.........27,
Shelrone, H. T ..................
Sheridan, J.............. .........
Sherman, C. E.............. 12,
Sherman, J. E....................
Sherry, M J......................
Sherwood, C. B.................
Shepard, V..............58, 64,
Sheppard, T. R........33, 81, Shetrone, H. C........ .........
Shilling, H .......................
Shockley, M A. W ..............
Shoemaker, J ............ .......
Shoulder, R............. .........
Shuler, J. A........................
Shuler, L. T.............. .......
Shuls, C............ ...... .......
Sibley, F. W .......................
Sichterbeck, E............. ....
Sickel, H. G...............64.
Sickle, L. Van............... .....
Sidwell, F. E......................
Sills, W. 0...........................
Simonds, L. B........... .........
Simmons, W L..................
Singer, T.............. ..
Singleton, J. A..................
Siron, J.. ................
Slattery, G. T....................
Smidt, J............................
Smiley, S. C.................107,
Smiley, S. E .................... .
Smith, A. G......... ..............
Smith, A. L. 28, 49, 55, 72, 76, 88,
Smith, C. B ....... .........123,
Smith, C. D.......................
Smith, C. P ....... .. 23,
Smith, C. L.......................
Smith, C. P .....................
Smith, D............... ....128,
Smith, E. Q ........ ..............
Smith, F. ..........................
Smith, F. A ........ .............
Smith, F. F..................36,
Smith, G. D. .................35,
Smith, G. R...................43,
Smith, G. W ..... ..............
Smith, H......... ................
Smith, H. B........... ............


17 30 53 151 130 156 51 96 62 65
12( 26 67 53
114 67 117 128 126
49 34 139 53
145 126
40 62 65 137 71
45 65 103 126 139 100 35
122 117 133
20

118
147 144 55 133 38 129 110 166
148 43 55 65 77
104 45







18
Smith, H. C.............. ......
Smith, H. J .......................
Smith, J..... .. ...............
Smith, J. J................ ........
Smith, R. M .............. .. .....
Smith, T. C.. ................
Smith, T. F............... ........
Smith, W. D...... .......... .....
Smith, W .J........................
Smoke, S. A.......................
Snay, J...... ....... ...........
Snedden, R R....................
Sniffin, F. W ......... ...... .....
Snow, C. V......... ..............
Sommers, H. J...............33,
Someillan. M. E.................
Southwell, D...............153,
Sparrenberger, F. H......103, Sparrow, F. W .......... ........
Sparling, J. W ........... ........
Spencer, C ............. ..........
Sperrow, S........................
Spring, H................. ........
Spurting, G. G...................
Stack, P. A.......................
Stafford, J.....67, 74, 81, 89, Staley, H. B ......................
Stamford, H. W..6, 60, 109, 111,
Stark, A. N.. 119, 124, 131, Starr, C. G........................
Stebbins, H. M ................
Stedman, E. E...................
Steele, J. A............. ..........
Steele, T............ ...... ........
Stein, M ................. ......65,
Steiner, E. H..........64, 154,
Stephens, J. F....................
Stevens, A................ ........
Stevens, G. W S....... ........
Stevens, H................ .......
Stewart, E. L .................
Stewart, H. W ............ .....
Stewart, J. T .....................
Stewart, L. H. F................
Stickle, J. P........................
Stine, M ......... ................ .
Stinger, J. A.......................
Stockman, G. D .................
Stone, E. B........................
Stone, J. H... ...... ........70,
Stonerode, B ....... ......35,
Storr, E..... ...................
Strahley, C. F......................
Street, H. L.........................
Stretch, J. F. 61, 65, 67, 74, 79,


55
112 165 167
40 83 136 67 39
44 137
34 57
84 104 73 162
142 97 31 137 67 139 68 130
122 34

112 144 123 77
121 81
143 104 166 57 137
46 129 72 110 37 80 93 119 126
3
39
140 55 59 56 71

81


Strickenburg, J. G........ 106, Strickland, E. H ................
Strickland, J. W...................
Strickland, M....................
Stroetz, F. R.....................
Strong, R. P..... ........9, 51,
Stuart, J. C .......................
Sturgis, S. D...............41,
Sullivan, F. J... .............
Sullivan, H. D....... .....106,
Sullivan, J. C........ .............
Sullivan, J. L......................
Sullivan, J. T..............94,
Sullivan, P. J.......................
Summerall, W. B...........33,
Sumnerlin, J. D ....... .........
Summers, H. L............ ....
Summer, A. J.....................
Sumner, W. D..............
Supple, J. H............ .........
Sutherland, R....................
Swartwood, C.....................
Swartwood, C. H...............
Swearingen, C...............
Sweezey, C. D..................
Sweeney, J. J .............74,
Swigart, H. A...........6, 22,
Swope, L. F.......................
Swoope, L. T.....................

Taegar, J......................... ..
Talbott, W. M........64, 109,
........124, 125, 133, 149, Talkington, W. C .............
Tange, A ........ ...............
Tanner, E. M.............. 53,
Tarr, A. F............ ...
Tatlow, J. F................. 35,
Tatro, F. A.................
Taylor, A. C... ...............
Taylor, C. W.....................
Taylor, D. B .................
Taylor, D. L.......... .........
Taylor, G. C...... .............
Taylor, H. M.............
Taylor, H. L......... .....119,
Taylor, R. L....................
Tayman, C. E..... ........123,
Tebbetts, H. H..................
Tedford, T.........................
Teeter, A. B................,......
Terga, J. M. de la...............
Terrett, C. P.....................
Terriberry, W. S.................
Terwilliger, G....................
Tetamore, W. D.................
Tew, A. B.........................


124 56 126 113 100 61 89 115
148 119 87
141 112 77 89 81 77
111 44 42 137 132 150 30
144 123
45 55
44

103

161 110 68 59
43 55 126 65 173
9
84 173
46 121 44 145 148 113 87
112 172
47 137
132 53








Tomas, A.....................,......
Thomas, C. E......................
Thomas, D. ........................
Thomas, B. B......................
Thomas, H, A.....................
Thomas, H. D..................3,
Thomas, L. C.....................
Thompson, C......................
Thompson, F......................
Thompson, J. F..................
Thompson, J. S.............55,
Thompson, S. B .................
Thompson, M ................53,
Thompson, W G................
Thorp, W. A.......................
Thornber, G. R...................
Thornton, M ......................
Thornton, T.......................
Thrift, W. H......28, 30, 44, Tierce, L........ ..................
Tierney,J. A........................
Tifft, F. A......................32,
Tillis, V. L......... ........ .....
Timberlake, E. J........79, 94 Timbrooke, D.....................
Timlin, G. F.......... .............
Titus, C. R..........................
Tobin, E. M .........108, 116
Todd ..................................
Todd, C. K..........................
Todd, R. F.....................
Tolley, J. S........................
Tompkins, S. R. H.68, 142, Toohey, J. J........................
Toomey, B........................
Torralbas, F.... .... ...........
Tovre, T. L................ ....
Towers, J...... ...............
Townsend, G. L.................
Triggs, G. W ......................
Trowbridge, R........... ........
Truby, A. E...................85,
Turrell. J. M .......................
Turnbull, W .. ...............
Turnell, J. M .....................
Turner, C. C........................
Turner, F. M .......... ..90,
Turner, G. S........................
Turner, J. G.........................
Turton, G. S...................35,
Turpin, L. M ......................
Tupes, H.............106, 126,
Twigg, G. A........................
Tyler, S. H., 5, 15, 28, 30,
44,50,


22 47 86 136 110
44 83
111 132 162 72
46 63
146 53 39 53 123 50 139 86 98 69 130 82
112 164 124 26
12 113 62
149 161
120 15 100 53
148 128 137 115
80 125 30 53 91 123 103 55
122 137 81

65


Ueberwald, L..................... 125


19
Usher, F. M. C................... 24
Uzee, J. C ....................... 3, 53

Vanatta, R....................... 3
Vanderbilt, N. G................. 43
Vanderwort, F..........7, 13, 17
VanHerrick, E .......... ...... 54
Varney, T. P. 100, 108, 109,
114, 129, 134, 149, 152 Varnum, C. A............ ........ 67
Vaughan, C. C..................... 10
Vaughn, N. W...................... 132
Velazquez, R........................ 100
Vinters, L. C........................ 42
Vogdes, C. B.................144, 146
Vogt, W. W......................... 150
Vrooman, J......................... 83

Wade, E. J.......................... 115
Wade, J. C...... ........... 126
Wagner, H. S.................95, 147
Waldron, W........................ 111
Walke, W........................ 41
Walker, C.......................... 80
Walker, P............................ 45
Walsh, P............................. 39
Walther, E.....................42, 43
Walters, E. F...............109, 129
Walton, R. F ............. ...... 44
Wallace, C. S. 57, 78, 79, 99,
102, 117, 127
Walls, H. J......................... 31
Ward, F. G.................... 23, 33
Ward, J. W.......................... 82
Ware, E............................... 119
Waterman, J. C................... 145
Watkins, B. H................95, 133
Watkins, R......................... 3
Watson................................ 127
Watson, J.....................113, 119
Watson, J. j............... 41
Watson, J. T. 48, 60, 78, 95, 123 Watson, J. W..................... 45
Watts, J. H........................ 43
Weatherbee, H..................... 111
Webb, J................................ 137
Webber, G. L....................... 130
Webber, H. A....................... 66
Webber, P. A....................... 43
Webster, E. K..................... 144
Weeks, W. W...................... 27
Weidenbach, P. H.............. 155
Weigand, L. W.................... 87
Weigel, W. 44, 58, 62, 82,
113, 114, 143 148 Weimer, J............................. 90
Wcinberger, M................... 39






20
Weiner, T............................ 54
Weitzel, C. A...................... 31
Welch, P. ....................3, 44 45
W ells D. D........................... 64
Wells, J. H........................... 101
W ells, L. W .......................... 137
Wells, R. C............... .... 34, 35
Wells, U. G........................... 45
Welty, C. R...... ................ 111
Welty, W H........................ 58
Werner, M ........................... 100
Werzell, P............................. 137
Wescott, R. H...................... 123
W heaton, J. C...................... 135
Wheeler, H. K..................... 83
Whipple, H. S..................66, 72
Whittaker, S. J.................... 164
Whitby, C. M ..................... 46
W hite, H ................84, 113, 119
White, H. K.......................3, 53
White, J. C........................ 48
White, J. D.......................... 47
White, J. W ........................ 29
White, L. A........................ 86
White, M ........................... 141
White, W B........................ 141
White, W J............. .... 29, 152
Whitehead, H. C..... ........... 171
Whitehead, J....... ............ 48
Whitfng, J. P......... .......... 68
Whitside, W W .................... 164
W hitsitt, L. B.................. 53
Wilde, E. .......................... 155
Wildman, L. D. 20, 29, 68,
83, 98, 99
Wilhelm, W ........................ 132
Wilhelm, W. H........... 45
Wilkes, W J.................... 35
Wilkins, H. E..................... 123
Wilkins, J. S. 30, 44,53, 80,
83, 108, 117, 138 Wilkinson, H. B...........47, 146
Wilkinson, J. F ............... 45
Wilkerson, B. H................ 103
Wilson, A......................... 44
Wilson, C........................... 104
Wilson, G........................... 146
Wilson, G. B...................... 151
Wilson, H. W ...................... 84
Wilson, J. C........................ 44
Wilson, J. L....................46, 70
Wilson, J. 8.......................... 44
Wilson, R. C....................... 81
Wilson, R. H...................... 144
Wilson, T. H....................... 123
Wilson, W B...................... 69
Williams, C. A.................... 68


Williams, D. D..................... 110
Williams, F. D.................... 60
Williams, J. C...................... 45
Williams, K. A .................. 47
Williams, L. W.................3, 6
Williams, W. F.................... 111
Williams, W. T...............84, 162
Williamson, L. D................ 27
Williner, M ...... ......... ....... 94
Willis, E. F.......................... 77
Williston, E. B...............21, 40
Winn, W. B......................... 22
Winnie, L...... ............. 35
Wise, H. D............................ 39
Wittenmyer, E.................... 95
Wolf, F................................ 45
Wolfe, E. P.......................... 150
Wood. A. G...............80, 90
Wood, J. D........................... 6
Wood, J. E. P......... ............ 77
Wood, 0. E........13, 65, 77, 132 Wood, W............................. 113
Wood, W. W....................... 119
Woodbury, W. B................. 113
Woodruff, C. A.................... 43
Woodruff, T. M................... 95
Woods, D. A........................ 126
Woods, D. H........................ 158
Woodside, R. W..............46, 48
Woodward, G. M................ 93
Wooten, J. B....................... 20
Wooten, J. D................. ...... 54
Wooten, J. P..... .........4, 13, 47
Wootring, S. B.................... 120
Woner, C. H....................... 109
Worley, E. J........................ 54
Wright, J. W...................57, 125
Wright, W. M..................... 63
Wyeth, M. C.............40, 44, 123

Yancey, A. W....................8, 36
Yard, J. B........................... 10
,Yates, C............................... 143
Yates, H. E.......................... 57
Ybarra, A. M. F. de...... .. 131
York, A.............................7, 9
Young, C.............................. 103
Young, D.............................. 135
Young, G................... ...... 112
Young, H. P.............24, 40, 88
Young, J................... .....61, 84
Young, J. T.......................... 132
Young, L............................ 130

Zaumbaugh, L..................... 113
Zeferyan, M......................... 100
Zeigler, C............................. 30













INDEX TO SUBJECTS

of Special Orders, Div. of Cuba.

1899.

ABSENCE, LEAVE OF, (See "Names and Leaves of Absence.")

ARTILLERY, (See "Troops.")

ASSIGNMENT.
Of Officers to stations: 2, 3, 4, 0, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15, 19, 20,
21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 34, 36, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 54, 55, 56; 57, 58, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 78, 79, 81, 83, 84, 86, 89, 90, 93, 96, 98, 99, 100, 103, 104, 107, 109, 112, 115, 116, 117, 119, 120, 121,
124, 125, 126, 127, 129, 131, 132, 134, 137, 141, 143, 158
OF TROOPS TO STATIONS.
2d Co. Vol. Signal Corps.................................................. 47
11th Co. Vol. Signal Corps ................. ........... .... ......15, 17
16th Co. Vol. Signal Corps................................................... 7
17th Co. Vol. Signal Corps................................................... 8
3rd Vol. Engineers............................................ ................... 27
10th U. S. Infantry....................................;.......................40, 42
8th U. S. Infantry.............. ..............................106, 107
7th U S. Cavalry................................................................9, 60
2d U S. A rtillery................................................................9, 134

AUTHORITY CIVIL.
M. A. Connally, to be turned over to District Attorney at
Savannah, G a.................................................................... 167

BOARD OF OFFICERS. (See also "Promotions.")
Examination for appointment as Asst, Surgeon, 9th Volunteer Infantry ....................................................................... 9
To devise a Uniform system of desinfection........................ 20
Examination for Post Quartermaster Sergeant......... 41, 50, 72
Examination for appointment as 2d Lieutenants............48, 50
Detail of additional members for.....................52, 54, 61, 62, 63
Dissolving, convened by S. 0............................................48, 63
Examination of officers for promotion................................... 63
To consider changes in the ration.......................................... 72
Examination of sewer at Columbia Barracks........................ 89
Examination for Acting Hospital Stewards............ 90, 124, 150
Determine accountibility for certain Q. M. Stores.................. 132
To appraise a public horse................................................ 143
To audit accounts of Ice Plant at Mil. Hospital No. 1......... 144
To report upon value of lads occupied by military railroad
from Havana Harbor, also actual damages caused by
construction of the same to adjoining properties.............. 172






22
BOARD OF SURVEY.
To act upon loss of Q. M, Stores.........................................1, 109
To examine beef from Transport "Michigan"..................... 13
Shortage of hay...........................................................15, 79, 82
Shortage in folding cots.................................................... 23
Shortage of sundry articles.................................. ................ 24
Shortage in buckets............................................................... 26
Shortage Q. M. Stores and Veterinary Supplies.................. 27
Destruction of Q. M. Stores by fire............. ........................ 30
To inventory effects of a deceased officer................................ 37
To examine quality and condition of beef............................. 46
Shortage in revolving chairs.............................................46,. 48
To appraise m ules......... ........ .. ................................. ... 49
Shortage in Subsistence Stores................................... ...... 55
Shortage in Q. M. Stores.................................58, 92, 142, 152
Inspection of summer weight uniform clothing.................. 60
Shortage in Coffee pots, steel erasers, bran and oats, 62, 64,
70, 74
Theft of public animal and harness............................... .. 67
Shortage in Subsistence Stores......................... .70, 85
Damaged condition ofSubsistence Stores. .......................... 71
Shortage of Clothing and Equipage.................. ....... ......... 77
Shortage of Lum ber.......................................................... 81
Shortage ninety sacks of oats............. ............................. 81
Damaged and unfit hay ........ ........................ 88
Loss of two field cases, cases and straps........................... 92
Damaged condition of yeast.............................................. 93
Shortage of an ash barrel................................................... 96
Breakage and damage of medical supplies...... ................. 105
Loss of m edical supplies ..................................................... 113
Non-delivery of harness oil................................................ 113
Shortage of campaign hats... ............................................. 114
Shortage of medical supplies............ ................... 124
Detail of additional members of.......................................... 133
Shortage of lard oil.................. .......................... 143
Loss of one case supplies and five cases of bari ack bags....... 143

CAVALRY. [See "Troops."]

C ENSUS.
Appointment of disbursing officers of................................. 146

CIVILIAN EMPLOYES. [See also "Resignations and Transportation."]
P. L. Clark, to report as clerk to Major Brow..................... 157
H. 0. Eaton, transferred to Ord. Depot Santiago................ 134

COURT--MARTIAL, GENERAL.
Convened at Columbia Barraks..............................142, 147, 149
Convened at Pinar del Rio Barracks...................................... 145
Convened at Guanajay Barracks........ ...................... 148
Officers detailed as additional members of........................... 45
Officers ordered as witnesses before................................122, 167
Officers detailed as Judge Advocates of...142, 145, 147, 148, 149 Officers detailed as counsils before.......... ......................132, 150
Trials by, 149, 150, 151, 155, 156, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162,
163,164,167,168, 169
D issolving ...... ...................................................................... 157






23
Remitting confinement imposed by........................................ 56
Rem ission of sentence of...................................................... 91

CUBA, DIVISION OF.
Officers relieved from duty in the, 4, 10, 39, 40, 44, 45, 47,
65, 79, 89, 91, 98, 103,105, 106, 112, 115, 116, 117, 119, 120, 121, 125, 127, 128, 131, 134, 135, 136, 142, 144,
146, 150
Enlisted men relieved from duty in the, 17, 73, 78, 141, 145,
147,158.159, 114, 171

DESERTER
To be sent from Havana to Pinar del Rio for identification. 83

DEPOT BATTALIONS. [See "Troops."]

DISCHARGES. [See "Enlisted Men" also "Index of Names."]

DISEASE.
Investigation as to suspicious fever......................... ........20, 152

DUTY, SPECIAL.
O fficers detailed on........ ........................................................26, 81
Officers relieved from ..................................................................... 81
Enlisted m en detailed on.........................................................12, 30
Enlisted m en relieved from ........................................................... 22

ENLISTED MEN, (See also "Names.")
Ordered to join their commands, 13, 20, 22, 26, 28, 33, 34,
40, 43, 45, 46, 51, 53, 54, 61, 67, 82, 86, 100, 102, 103, 109, 111, 113, 116, 119, 121, 122, 123, 126, 128. 129, 130, 134, 135, 138, 139, 140, 142, 143, 145, 146, 148,
149, 153, 154, 156, 158, 160, 166, 171, 173, 174

Discharge of, 41, 45, 46, 48, 51, 53, 54, 55, 60, 64, 65, 82,
86, 87, 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, 95, 99, 105, 111, 122, 126,
145,146,148,150,157,159,166, 171, 172
Transfer of, 57, 63, 65, 68, 74, 75, 86, 91, 92, 93, 94, 101,
102, 105, 109, 113, 122, 125, 127, 128, 131, 133, 134,
135, 136, 137, 138, 140, 141, 145, 168, 171, 172
ESCORT DUTY.
To guard public funds on U. S. Transports ................ 127, 129
To accompany remains of deceased officers ........................3, 35
FUNDS. [See also "Escort Duty."]
Distribution and transfer of................. ........ ................ 43
Inspection of money accounts of Insular...............157, 158, 163
HOSPITAL.
Designating Alfonso XIII, as Military, No. 1..................... 5
Patients ordered to Military Hospital No. 1:-74, 76, 78,
104,105,114,129,135,138,143, 165 Patients ordered to Army and Navy General Hospital .... ... 88
Patients ordered to General, at Fort Hamilton, N. Y., 126,
137, 138







24
Patients ordered to, at Fort Bayard, N. M...........142, 151, 173
Patients ordered to Government, for the Insane......93, 113, 125 Discontinuance of Military, No. 2...................................... 102
HOSPITAL. CORPS.
Members of, ordered to posts, 51, 59, 71, 77, 79, 82, 85, 92,
98, 102,106, 115, 119, 122, 125, 132, 133, 137,144,147,
148,150,160,165, 174
Detail of Acting Hospital Stewards, 82, 85, 119, 128, 129, 130
Examination for Acting Hospital Stewards. (See "Board
of Officers.")
Reduction of Acting Hospital Steward to the ranks............. 56
INFANTRY. (See "Troops.")
INSPECTION
Of meat for issue to U. S. Troops........................................... 41
Of refrigerated beef received from Transport "Kilpatrick".... 46
Of certain Subsistence Stores acted upon by a Board of
Survey .................................................................................. 94
Of money accounts of disbursing officers.................157, 158, 163
JOURNEYS.
Directing officers to certain points on public business, 7, 9,
13, 16, 18, 20, 26, 28, 35, 36, 3-9, 41, 43, 47, 48, 50, 51, 52, 54, 64, 65, 66, 74, 78, 88, 90, 92, 112, 118, 127, 135,
136, 140, 172
Confirming, performed on public business, 5, 8, 19, 20, 27,
47, 52, 53, 57, 64, 76, 79, 83, 86, 88, 91, 93,99, 105, 111,
120,138,140,169, 170
LEAVES OF ABSENCE. (See "Index of names." 10, 13, 23, 27, 41,
44, 45, 47, 52, 55, 56, 57, 62, 63, 70, 71, 74, 84, 95, 96, 102, 109, 111, 114, 118, 122, 126, 130, 135, 136, 144,
148, 149, 159, 165
Leaves of Absence extended..............................................33, 35
Leave of Absence on account of sickness, 5, 43, 44, 49, 50,
56, 61, 69, 84, 88, 92, 93, 96, 106, 109, 115, 119, 122,
129, 130, 132, 142, 148
MILITARY PRISONERS.
Ordered to Presidio, Carcel.......................... .. .................... 52
To F ort M arion, Fla............................................................. 46
T o M atanzas.......................................................................... 48
To Fort M cPherson, Ga......................................................... 49
To Fort Columbus, N. Y., 61, 65, 96, 100, 104, 106, 112,
136, 137, 141, 142, 166, 174
To Colum bia Barracks.......................................... .............. 123
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. (See also "Hospital" and "Hospital
Corps."]
Major W. F. Carter, of the, detailed as Acting Chief Surgeon. 119
MUSTERING OFFICER.
Lieut. C. W. Castle, 16th Infantry, appointed... .... ........... 122
MUSTERED OUT.
2nd Lieut. H. A. Swigart, Vol. Signal Corps...................... 46
1st Lieut. 0. S. Durfee, 2nd-Vol. Engineers......... .......... .... 58
1st Lieut. 0. Benson, 2nd Vol. Engineers.... ....................... 58





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Brig. General L. H. Carpenter, U. S. V., after being, to remain in command of Department of Puerto Principe........ 62

NURSEs, CONTRACT. [See also "Index of Names."]
Ordered to:
M ilitary H ospital No. 1.............................................16, 102
Columbia Barracks .......... ....................... 115
Puerto Principe.......................................49, 66, 69, 85, 147
Santiago..................................... ............ 98. 111, 146, 169
M anzanillo .................. ....... ........................... ......... 102
To their homes, 49, 50, 75, 136, 138, 141, 144, 147, 148,
149, 152, 162
OFFICERS. [See also "Index of Names."]
Assigned to stations, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15, 19, 20,
21, 22, 23, 24, 25,-27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 34, 36, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50,51, 52, 54, 55, 56,57, 58,59,61,62,63,64,65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 78, 79. 81, 83, 84, 86. 89, 90, 93, 95, 96, 98, 99, 100. 103, 104, 107, 109, 112, 116, 117, 119, 120, 121,
125, 131, 132, 134, 137, 141, 143

Transferred........... ...................... 123, 125, 131, 133, 164, 171
Ordered to join regiments: 10, 13, 19, 20, 40, 42, 44, 45,
46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 54, 55, 57, 59, 71, 79, 84, 95, 99,
103,111,130,144,149, 172
Ordered before Boards for promotion, 37, 41, 44, 45, 51,
68, 82, 95, 117, 135, 145
Detailed as Aides-de-Canip ......... ...................................... 173
ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT.
Setting aside certain buildings for the use of the.................. 8
Detail of Depot Ordnance Officer......... ................... ...... 37
Transferring of Ordnance Stores .......... .......................... 38
Assignment to Ordnance Depot, Havana................ .... ...... 38
Ordnance Stores for use of discharged soldiers en route to
U nited States........................................................ 64, 65, 66
ORDERS.
Amending of, 67, 89, 103, 104, 114, 116, 117, 122, 127,
141, 142, 144, 154, 163, 165, 166 Revoking of, 14, 45, 48, 49, 50, 53, 55, 62, 66, 69. 75, 76,
113, 121, 132, 133, 139
AY DEPARTMENT.
Paymasters assigned to pay troops, 5, 15, 28, 30, 35, 43,
44, 74, 80, 85. 98, 100, 109, 114, 121, 124, 134, 149, 152 Paymasters assigned to stations....... ....................................... 129
Paymasters'elerks to accompany Paymasters............................. 5
RISONERS. [See "Military Prisoners."] ROPERTY.
Engineering, to be turned over by Commanding Officer, 2d
V ol. E ngrs...... ... ........................... .......... .. ........ 53
ROMoTIoNs. [See also "Officers" and "Board of Officers."] Vol. Officers ordered before board for appointment as 2nd
Lieuts. in the U.S. Army.................................47, 48, 49, 57
Enlisted men ordered before board for appointment as 2nd
Lients in the U. S, Army............................................48, 78






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PUBLIC FUNDS. [See "Funds."]

QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT.
Detail of Acting Asst. Quartermasters .................5, 14, 16, 12;
To furnish transportation. [See "Transportation."]
Transfer of Quartermaster Stores for use of Red Cross......... 52
Rental of Quarters by the, for enlisted men, 20, 54, 59. 69,
80, 81, 84, 85, 89, 90, 94, 97, 99, 102, 105, 108, 109, 110, 112, 114, 116, 117, 118, 1,1, 124, 125, 128, 129,
131, 134, 138, 144, 154, 158
RATIONS.
Commutations of, to enlisted men. 3, 7, 8, 9, 12, 17, 20, 23,
25, 31, 33, 34, 35, 37, 38, 43, 44, 45, 47. 48, 49, 50, 51, 53, 54, 57, 58, 59, 60,.62, 63, 65. 66, 67, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73. 75, 77, 78, 80, 81, 82, 83. 84 85, 86, 88. 89, 90, 91, 94, 96, 98, 99, 100, 102, 103, 104, 105, 109, 111, 112, 113, 114, 116, 119, 120, 121, 124, 125, 126, 128, 130, 131, 132, 134, 135, 136, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 144.
146, 148, 150, 151, 153, 154, 155, 158, 160, 162, 164,
,65, 172, 173, 174
Distribution of Cuban. ...............................................49, 50

RAILROAD, MILITARY.
Appointment of Director of the Jucaro and San Fernando.... 7

RESIGNATIONS.
Of Acting Asst. Surgeons...................................................31, 33
Of Civilian Employes...................................... 45, 53, 64, 84, 99

RECRUITING SERVICE.
Recruiting for Band 2nd Artillery.......................................... 96
Officers detailed on.....................................................43, 144, 163

SIGNAL CORPS.
Change of Stations of companies of the..............7, 8, 15, 17, 47
Assignment of Officers of the, 3, 4, 9, 83, 109, 111,124, 131,
133, 158, 161
Assignment of telegraph operators, 17, 18, 22, 25, 34, 36,
56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 63, 77, 100, 103, 106, 112, 128, 129,
160, 168
Construction of telegraph lines, 13, 28, 46, 58, 89, 91, 118, 165

SEWERAGE.
Capt. A. NV. Cook, 2nd Vol. Engineers, to supervise work
on in H avana ...................................................................... 11

SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT. [See also "Index of Names, Boards of
Survey, and Inspection."]
Commutation of rations, [See "Ration, Commutation of."]
Discontinuance of Subsistence Depot at Cienfuegos.............. 115
Commissary Clerks to accompany Commissary Officers....... 16
Lieut. T. E. Boyd, 202nd N. Y. Vol. Infantry, to settle and
adjust matters pertaining to the........................................ 41

TRANSFERS. [See "Officers and Enlisted Men."]






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TRANsPORTATIoN. [Se also "Troops."]
To soldiers. 3, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 20, 22, 23, 35, 36, "9,
41, 76, 83, 93, 99, 111, 113,114, 118,121,124, 125, 127,
128, 134, 135, 137, 143, 162, 164, 170, 173 To civilian employes, 20, 51, 53, 64, 67,77, 81, 84, 99, 103,
111, 12;, 1 3,

TRANSPORTS. [See "Troops.' ]

Tm kuts.-[Sce "Court-Martial."]

T ioI's.
1st Maine Artillery ordered to U. S. on Transport "Michi............................................................... ................ 3 9
202nd N. Y. Vol. Infantry, ordered to U. S. on Transport
"M innew aska "..................................................................
2nd La. Vol. Infantry, ordered to the U. S. on Ward Lile.... 41 10th U. S. Infintry, ordered to the Dept. Matanzas.......40, 42
701 U. S. Cava ly, ordered to Dept. Prove. Havana and
P inar del R io .................. ......... ...... ......... ........ ...... 60
7th U. S. Cavalry, one squadron to take station at Pinar
d el R io .................................... ......... ............................. 9
8th U. S. Infantry, ordered to the Dept. Prove. Havana and
Pinar del R io.......................................... .................106, 107
Signal Corps Companies at Cienfuegos and Pinar del Rio,
ordered to the U. S. on Plant Line...................... .............. 61
Depot Battalions ordered to the U. S. on Transports, 123,
125, 131, 133, 134
Depot Squadrons 8th and 10th Cavalry, ordered to the U.
S. on T ransports................................................................. 166
Headquarters and two battalions 15th Infantry, ordered to
the U. S. oil T ransports...................................................... 166
Recruits and soldiers of the '8th Cav. and 15th Inf. now in
Dept. Prov. Havana and Pinar del Rio, to proceed by Transport "Sedgewic" to Nuevitas and Puerto Principe......... 173

\ oLUNTEERs. [See also Troops."]
Examination of records of.........................36, 39, 43, 45, 51, 52

WITNESSES.
Ordered to appear before civil court...........................70, 71, 140

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS, DIVIsION OF CUBA.
No. 1. 1 Havana, January 3, 1899.
1. A board of survey to consist of
Captain Alexander D. ;Schenck, Second Artillery,
First Lieutenant Edward H. Catlin, Second Artillery, First Lieutenant Sidney S. Jordan, Second Artillery,
is appointed to meet at one o'clock, p. in., tomorrow, the fourth instant, at Vedado, Cuba, to inquire into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the loss of certain Quartermaster property for which Major John C. IV. Brooks, Quartermaster of Volunteers, is accountable.
2. Major John G. Davis, Brigade Surgeon of Volunteers, is relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Corps, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for assignment to duty.
3. In accordance with telegraphic instructions from the Secretary of War, Commissary Sergeant Otto Kraatz, Subsistence Department, will take station at Trinidad, in the Department of Santa Clara, and will report for duty to the Commanding Officer at that point.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE,
L. W. V. KENNON,
Assistant Adjutant General.
OFFICIAL:


First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.
















































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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERs DIvIsION OF CUBA,
No. 2. I Havana, January 4, 1899.
1. Major John G. Etans, Inspector General, First Division, Seventh Army Corps, is relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Corps, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana for assignment to duty.
2. Captain Fred 3. Page, Assistant Adjutant General of Volunteers, is relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Corps, and will report to the Commanding General. Division of Cuba, for assignment to duty.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE:
L. W. V. KENNON,
Assistant Adjutant General.










SPECIAL ORDERS,) HEADQUARTERs DIvIsION OF CUBA,
No. 3. 5 Havana, January 5, 1899.

1. First Lieutenant A. L. Devine, First Texas Volunteer Infantry, will accompany the remains of the late Colonel W. Haywood Mabry, First Texas Volunteer Infantry, to Austin, Texas. On completion of this duty, Lieutenant Devine will rejoin his regiment.
The travel directed is necessary for the public service.
2. The Quartermaster will furnish transportation from Havana to Austin, Texas, for the remains of the late Colonel W. Haywood Mabry, First Volunteer Infantry.
3. The following named officers will report to the Commanding Officer, Eighth Infantry, at Havana, Cuba, for assignment to temporary duty with that regiment:
First Lieutenant G. F. Cazell, 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry.
First Lieutenant M. C. Rayson, 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry.
First Lieutenant Geo. V. Farish, 2d Louisiana Volunteer Infantry.
First Lieutenant L. Fortin, 2d Louisiana Volunteer Infalitry.
Second Lieutenant Ivan Murchison, 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry.
Second Lieutenant R. Watkins, 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry.
Second Lieutenant Geo. D. Stockman, 2d Louisiana Volunteer Infantry.
Second Lieutenant William M. McDonald, 2d Louisiana Inlantry.
Second Lieutenant E. Lowe, Jr., 6th Missouri Volunteer Infantry.
Second Lieutenant Julian B. Luckett, 6th Missouri Volunteer Infantry.
Second Lieutenant H. D. Thomas, 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry.
Second Lieutenant L. W. Williams, 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry.
4. The following named officers will report to the Commanding Officer Tenth Infantry at Havana, Cuba, for assignment to temporary duty with that regiment :







First Lieutenant Anthony A. Ankeir, 161st Indiana Volunteer Infantry.
First Lieutenant J. D. Guym, 1st North Carolina Volunteer Infantry.
First Lieutenant Henry J. Freeman, 2d Illinois Volunteer Infantry.
First Lieutenant J. R. Ballough, 49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry.
First Lieutenant Downey Milburne, 6th Missouri Volunteer Infantry,
First Lieutenant A. G. Epes, 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry.
Second Lieutenant Percy We~lch, 161st Indiana Volunteer Infantry.
Second Lieutenant T. fl. Otrens, 161st Indiana Volunteer Infantry.
Second Lieutenant H. J. lusinger, 1st North Carolina Infantry.
Second Lieutenant James A. Goodman, 1st North Carolina Volunteer Infantry.
Second Lieutenant A. A. Haussner, 2d Illinois \oltinteer Infantry.
Second Lieutenant S. Kerrick, 2d Tllinois \olunteer Infantry.
Second Lieutenant .1. B. Nottir-, 49th IoN~a Volunteer Infantry.
Second Lientenant Gus. Reichman, 49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry.

5. The Quartermaster Department will furnish transportation from Havana to Matainzas, to the following named enlisted men of the Twelfth New-York Volunteer Infantry:
Private R. L. Bolmer. Company B.
Private William Buchanan, Company I.
Private James Cooney, Company E.
Private Harry Gilson, Company L.
Private Richard Graham, Compan y I.
Private Adolphus Sembler, Company G.
The Chief Commissary will furnish the above named men with travel rations for one day.

6. The Chief Commissary of the Division will furnish the following named enlisted men of the Volunteer Signal







Corps, with commutation of rations at the rate at $1.50 per day for a period of eight days:
Sergeant Frank Kernan.
Sergeant Roy Vanatta.
Corporal Frank Ferrero.
Corporal E. E. McManus.
Private H. K White.
Private J. C. Uzee.
Private A, Mackie.
Private J. C. Francis.
Private L. M. Morell.
Private Rufus Fudge.
7. First Lieutenant Albert J. Dillon, Volunteer Signal Corps, ill proceed from Havana to Puerto Principe, reporttig to the Com handing General Department of Puerto Principe, as Signal Officer of that Department.
The travel directed is necessary for the public service.
S. On the arrival of First Lieutenant Dillon at Puerto Principe. First Lieutenait Victor Shepard, Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from Puerto Principe to Havana Ieporting to the Chief Signal Officer, Division of Cuba, for assignment to duty.
The travel directed is necessary for the public service.
9. Captain Ambrose Higgins, Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed. from Pinar del Rio to Havana on public business, on the completion of which he will return to his proper station.
The travel directed is necessary for the public service.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE,
L. W. V. KENNON, Assistant Adjutant General.

OFFICIAL:


First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.


































































































































































































































































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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIvIsION OF CUBA,
No. 4. 5 Havana, January 6, 1899.
1. Captain Richard 0. Rickard, Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from Havana to Santa Clara, reporting to the Commanding General Department of Santa Clara, as Signal Officer of that Department.
The travel directed is necessary for the public service.
2. Captain Julian P. Wlooten, Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from lavana to Camp Columbia, reporting to Lieutenant Colonel Joseph E. 31asfield, Volunteer Signal Corps, for assignment to duty.
The travel directed is necessary for the public service.
3. Second Lieutenant WilliaL Mitchell, Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from Camp Columbia to Havana, reporting to the Chief Signal Officer, Division of Cuba, for assignnment to duty.
The travel directed is necessary for the public service.
4. In accordance with telegraphic instructions of the Secretary of War, dated War Department, Washington, Jannary 5, 1899, Lieutenant Colonel Josej)h E. 3kofield, Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty in the Division of Cuba, and will proceed from Camp Columbia, near Havana, to New York City, N. Y. On arriving in New York, Lieutenant Colonel Maxfield will report by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army, for instructions.
The travel directed is necessary for the public service.
J3Y COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE:
L. W. V. KENNON,
Assistant Adjutant General.






























































































































































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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERs DivisioN OF CUBA,
No. 5. Havana, January 9, 1899.
1. Leave of absence for one month on surgeon's certificate is hereby granted Major John J. Archinard, Brigade Surgeon of Volunteers, with permission to apply for an extension of one mouth, and to leave the limits of this Division.
2. The journey performed by First Lieutenant Henry G. Opdyche, Volunteer Signal Corps, from Matanzas to Havana, Cuba., and return to Matanzas, for consultation with the Chief Signal Officer of the Division is approved, the travel being necessary for the public service.
3. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Paymaster of the Division, the following assignment of Paymasters for the payment of troops stationed in this Division, on the muster of December 31, 1898, is made, viz:
At Pinar del Rio, Guanajay and Mariel, Department of Pinar del Rio, by Major Benjamin F. Havens, Additional Paymaster of Volunteers.
At Matanzas, Cirdenas, Sagua la Grande, Santa Clara, and Cienfuegos, by Major Glen H. Logan, Additional Paymaster of Volunteers.
At Nuevitas and Puerto Principe, Department of Puerto Principe, by Major Clark M. Carr, Additional Paymaster of Volunteers.
At Trinidad and Sancti Spiritus, Department of Santa Clara, by Major S. Heth Tyler, Additional Paymaster of Volunteers.
The Paymasters above mentioned, accompanied by their authorized clerks, will proceed to such points in their respective Departments as may be necessary to carry out the above instructions.
When practicable, the Quartermaster's Department will ship the necessary funds for these payments, and the field safes and chests required for their safe keeping by express; if not, transportation for escorts and guards will be furnished by Commanding Officers upon application by the Paymasters.
Upon the completion of this duty, the Paymasters ahnl their authorized clerks will return to their proper stations.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
4. Major M. C. Butler, Chief Ordenance Officer of Volunteers, is appointed Acting Assistant Quartermaster at these headquarters. lie will take up, and be accountable for all






quartermiaster's property pertaining thereto, receipting to the proper officers for the same.
5. The hospital heretofore known as Alfonso XIII, is designated as Military Hospital No. 1, at Havana, Cuba.
Major W. C. Gorgas, BD igade Surgeon, is assigned to command of Militairy Lospital No. 1, at Havana, CUna.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL. BROOKE:



Asi,1ant A1ijuttni General.














SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERs DIvIsION OF CUBA,
No. 6. 5 Havana, January 10, 1899.
1. At the request of his Regimental Commander, Second Lieutenant L. IV Williams, 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry, is relieved from duty with the 8th Infantry, and Second Lieutenant F. B. Blankership, .4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry, is detailed in his stead.
Lieutenant Williams will report to his Regimental Commander, and Lieutenant Blankership, to the Commanding Officer, 8th Infantry, for duty.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
2. First Lieutenant Joseph D. Wood, Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from dity at Pinar del Rio, and will report to Headquarters Seventh Army Corps, for duty under the Chief Signal Officer of that Corps.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
3. Second Lieutenant H. Jf. Stanford, Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Corps, and will report to the Chief Signal Officer at these Headquarters for assignment to duty.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BRoomi :
W. V. RICHARDS,
A.sitant Adjutant General.
OFFIcIAL:


First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry,
Aide de Camp.








SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA,
No. 7. 5 Havana, January 12, 1899.
1. First Lieutenant Oscar F. Durfee, 2d Volunteer Engineers, is detailed as Military Director of the Jficaro and San Fernando Railroad in the Province of Puerto Principe. He will report, without delay, at these Headquarters for instructions.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
2. Captain James B. Hickey, 8th Cavalry, will proceed to Matanzas, C6rdenas, Santa Clara, Cienfuegos, Trinidad and Sancti Spiritus, returning to Havana via Cienfuegos, Santo Domingo, Col6n and Gilines, on public business, under the written instructions of the Division Commander.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
3. Under authority of the Secretary of War, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named operators and linemen of the Volunteer Signal Corps, at $1.50 per day from the dates set opposite their respective names:
Sergeant H. A. Swigert, December 21, 1898.
Corporal J. J. McGann, January 1, 1899.
Corporal Fred Vandervort, December 21, 1898.
Corporal Augustus York, December 28, 1998 to t January 1, 1899.
Private S. N. Mefford, January 1, 1899.
Private 0. A. Bishop, January 1, 1899.
Private W. W. Gruesbeck, December 19, 1898.
Private James Donnelly, January 1, 1899.
Private J. C. TVtite, January 1, 1899.
Private James TV Davis, January 7, 1899.
Private Duncan A. Gray, January 7, 1899.
4. Captain Samuel S. Sample, Commanding 16th Company, Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed with his Company from Matanzas to Cienfuegos, Cuba, reporting for duty to the Commanding General, Department of Santa Clara.
The Company will take with it its signal and telegraph equipment, and will be provide with field rations for five days.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE:
W. V. RICHARDS,
Assistant Adjutant General.
OFFICIAL:


First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry,
Aide de Camp.













SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DivisioN OF CUBA,
No. 8. Havana, January 12, 1899.
1. Major S. P. Kramer, Brigade Surgeon, is relieved from duty with the 7th Army Corps, and detailed as Commanding Officer Military Hospital No. 2, (for officers and civilians).
2. Acting Assistant Surgeon Charles WV. Bardeit, is relieved from duty with the 2d Louisiana Volunteer Infantry, and will report to Major 8. P. Kramer, at Military hospital No. 2, for duty in that hospital.
3. Acting Hospital Steward Henry C. Kranse and Private Miles liarens, on duty at 2d Division Hospital, 7th Army Corps, and nine privates, Hospital Corps, to be selected by the Chief Surgeon of that Corps, will report to Major S. P. Kramer for duty in Military Hospital No. 2.
4. Captain A.shbery V. Yancy, Commanding 17th Company, Volunteer Signal Corps, will, upon his arrival in Havana, proceed with his Company to Camp Columbia, Cuba, reporting to the Commanding Gcneral, Department of the Province of Havana, for duty with the 7th Army Corps.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation.
5. The buildings in the City of Havana known as Pirotecnia Militar, and the magazines Santa Bilrbara and St. Elno, are assigned for use of the Ordnance Department int this Division.
6. The journey performed by Captain Walter B. Barker, Assistant Quartermaster, Volunteers, from Cienfuegos to Havana and return to Cienfuegos is approved as being necessary for the public service.
7. Under authority of the Assistant Secretary of War, connutation of rations at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day will be paid to Post Quartermaster Sergeant Petr I. ilerziy, on duty in Havana, Cuba, until such time as reasonable board can be obtained.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAl. BRiooKE:
W. V. RICHARDS,
AsSiSt(at Adjutant General.
















































































































































































































































































































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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIvISION OF CUBA,
No. 9. 5 Havana, January 16, 1899.
1. Lieutenant Colonel Richard P. Strong, Volunteer Signal Corps, having reported at these Headquarters in compliance with paragraph 46, Special Orders No. 2, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to duty as Chief Signal Officer at the 7th Army Corps.
2. The following assignment is made of the Headquarters and troops Seventh Cavalry:
Headquarters and one squadron to the Department of Havana. The regimental commander will report to the Commanding General of the Department for duty.
One squadron (Hays) is assigned to the Department of the Province of Havana. The commanding officer will report to the Commanding General of the Department for duty.
One squadron (Godfrey's) is assigned to the Department of Pinar del Rio. The commanding officer will report to the Commanding General of the department for duty.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and the Subsistence Department three
(3) days travel rations for the squadron assigned to duty in the Department of Pinar del Rio.
3. Under the provisions of General Orders No. 141, Headquartei s of the Army, series 1898, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish a hermetically sealed coffin for the remains of Francis E. Green, late a Corporal in Company K, 4th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, and ship the same to Litchfield, Illinois, the home of the late soldier.
4. Captain John J. Ryan, Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty at Camp Columbia, and will take station at Marianao, Cuba. lie will have charge of the telegraph work of the department of the Province of Havana
5. Corporal Augustus York, Volunteer Signal Corps, will report to Captain John J. Ryan, at Marianao, Cuba, as cperator, relieving Private Duncan M. Gray, Volunteer Signil Corps, who, on being relieved, will report to the Chief Signal Officer, Seventh Army Corps, for duty. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Corporal York, at one dollar and fity cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way.
6. Sergeant Clifford DeKast, Volunteer Signal Corps, and






Corporal H. Hewes, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, are relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Corps, and will report to the Chief Signal Officers of the Division for assignment to duty. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant DeKast and Corporal Hewes at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per (lay each, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of these soldiers in any other way.
7. Brigadier General Abraham K. Arnold, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters, in compliance with Special Orders No. 2, paragraph 47, Adjutant General's Office, current series, is assigned to duty with the Seventh Army Corps. He will report to Major-General Fitzhugh Lee, commanding Seventh Army Corps and Department of the Province of Havana.
8. Batteries H, and I, Second Artillery, are assigned to .he Department of Havana. The commanding officer of the battalion will report to the department commanders for orders.
9. Lieutenant Colonel Samuel Reber, Chief Signal Officer, Seventh Army Corps, will proceed from Matanzas to Havana, Cuba, to carry out special instructions of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, on completion of which he will return to. his proper station-I-Matanzas. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
10. In compliance with the orders from the Secretary of War, dated January 11, 1899, a board of officers, to consist ofMajor TV. C. Gorgas, Surgeon, U. S. A.;
Major S P. Kramer, Brigade Surgeon;
Major D. T. Laine, Brigade Surgeon, who will act recorder of the board, will convene at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. in., on Monday, January 23, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into the qualifications of Acting Assistant Surgeon Dwight B. Taylor, U. S. Army, for appointment as Assistant Surgeon Ninth U. S. Volunteer Infantry.
If found qualified, the board will telegraph the fact to the Adjutant General of the Army.
11. Acting Assistant Surgeon Dwight B. Taylor, U. S. Army, will report in person to Major I. C. Gorgas, Brigade Surgeon, president of the board of officers appointed by paragraph 10, Special Orders No 9, current series, these headquarters, at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m.,. on Monday, January 23, 1899, for examination as to is qualifications for appointment as Assistant Surgeon, Ninth U. S. Volunteer Infantry.






Upon completion of his examination, Acting Assitant Surgeon Taylor, will return to his proper station-Mariel, Cuba.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General.
OFFICIAL:



First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, I Aide de Camp.














SPECIAL ORDERS, H HlEA DQUARTEus DIvIsION OF CUBA,
No. 10. Havana, January 17, 1899.
1. Private Frank Quinn, Company D, First Infantry, now attached to the Sixth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, will be sent to the station of his regiment, in camp near Pinar del Rio. Upon arrival at that place he will report to his regimental commander for duty.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Departnient will pay commutation of rations, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for four (4) days, it being impracticable for this soldier to carry rations of any kind.
2. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transiortation for two orderlies and four horses from Havana, Juba, to Bataban6, thence to the Isle of Pines, and return 0Havana, for use of Colonel F. J. Recker, Chief of the vision of Transportation, U. S. Army. The Subsistence epartment will pay commutation of rations for the two orderlies, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for four (4) lays, it being impracticable for these orderlies to carry raions of any kind.
3. Leave of absence for thirty days for the purpose of unting is hereby granted Captain C. C. Vaughan, Jr., 4th 7irginia Volunteer Infantry.
4. Leave of absence for thirty days for the purpose of hunting is hereby granted First Lieutenant J. C. Causey, rr., 4th Virginia Volhnteer Infantry, A. D. C.
5. Major Frank A. Meacham, Surgeon, Second Volunteer engineers, is detailed on duty at Military Hospital No. 1, 6nd will report to Major W C. Gorgas, Surgeon, U. S. A., ormanding that hospital.
6. Hospital Steward J. T. Barry, Second Volunteer Engineers, is detailed on duty in Military Hospital No. 1, and will report, without delay, to the Commanding Officer )f that hospital.
7. Major John McClellan, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Jorps, and is assigned as assistant to the Chief Ordnance .Officer of the Division, and as Acting Assistant Quarteraster for the Ordnance Depot, Havana, Cuba.
8. In compliance with directions from the Secretary of






War, First Lieutenant James B. Yard, Fifteenth Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, is relieved from duty in this Division, and will join his regiment in the United States for muster out.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROoKE:
W, V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant Generah
OFFICIAL:



First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry,
Aide deoCamp.

















SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTEis DIVIsION OF CUBA,
No. 11. 1 Havana, Jamary 19, 1899.
1. The Quartermarter's Department will furnish transportation from this city to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, for Quartermaster-Sergeant Thomas Sanders, Company G, First Infantry, en route to join his regiment; and the Subsistence Department will pay Sergeant Sanders commutation of rations, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable for him to carry rations of any kind.
2. Captain Alexander W Cook, 2d Volunteer Engineers, is detailed on duty in the city of Havana, to supervise sewer work. He will report, without delay, to Major General TVilliam Ludlow, U. S. Volunteers, commanding Departmeut of Havana.
By COMMAND OF fAJOi GENERAL BRoOKE:
W. V. RICHARDS,
Assistant Adjutant Ge),eral.
OFFICIAL:



First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry,
Aide deCamp.















SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA,
No. 12. J Havana, Jannary 21, 1890.
1. Acting Assistant Surgeon J. l1edina Ferrer, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters, is assigned to diuty at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to Major TV. C. Gorges, Surgeon U. S. Army, Commanding Hospital No. 1.
2. Sergeant L. P. Holland, Corporal TV. E. Burr, and Privates J. A. Hunt, C. K. Todd, and C. E. Sherman, Company E, 2d Regiment Volunteer Engineers, are detailed on special duty at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to Captain A. TV. Cook, of that regiment. On completion of the dnty required of them they will be returned to their proper command.
These men will be rationed with the second artillery while on this duty.
31. Private John F. Sayles, Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty at Camp Columbia, and will report to Colonel .- H. C. Dunwoody, Chief Signal Officer, these Headquarters, for duty as line and repair man.
The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Sayles at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, while he is engaged on this duty, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE:



Assistant Adjutant General.










SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA,
No. 13. 4 Havana, January 28, 1899.
1. First Lieutenant Joseph Ill. Fornaris, 2d Louisiana Volunteer Infantry, is relieved from duty on the transport Coiaol, and will report for duty with his regiment at Buena Vista, Cuba.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
2. A board of survey is hereby appointed, to meet at the office of the Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Division of Cuba, at such time as lie may notify the members that their services are required, to examine the quality and condition of the beef being transported from the United States on the transport illichigan for issue to the troops stationed in Cuba; to examine the refrigerating cars used to transfer it to the cold storage rooms; and to examine the condition, capacity, and temperature of the storage rooms in which it is stored. A report will be made to these headquarters of the findings.
Detail for the board:
Lieutenant Colonel Olirer Iood, Chief Commissary ot Subsistence, 7th Army Corps;
Major TV C. Gorges, Surgeon, U. S. A., Commanding Military Hospital No. 1;
Major M. C. Butler, Jr., Chief Ordnance Officer, of Volunteers;
Captain -. B. JllcKenna, Assistant Adjutant-General of Volunteers, Aide de Camp, will act as recorder of the board.
3. Corporal Fred Vandervort, and P-Ivate Ora A. Bihop, Signal Corps, U. S. A., are relieved from duty as telegraph operators in the Havana office, and 111 report to their company commanders for duty.
4. Private John B. DeLancey, Signal Corps, U. S. A., is relieved from duty at Camp Columbia, and will report to Colonel 1I. H. C. Dituaoody, Chief Signal Officer, at these headquarters, for duty.
5. Captain J. R Wooten, commanding 2d Company, Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed with his company to Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, reporting to the commanding officer for duty in connection with Signal and telegraph service.
The company will be rationed for ten days.
The Quartermaster's Departmeint will furnish the necessary transportation.
6. Lieutenant William Mitchel, Signal Corps, U. S. Volunteers, with ten (10) enlisted men and five (5) teamsters of the Signal Corps, and necessary transportation, to assist in constructing military telegraph line from Holguin to







Bayamo, and from Holguin to Tunas, will proceed to Gibara, thence to Holguin.
The commanding officer at Holguin will furnish the necessary medical attendance to the detachment.
The detachment will be supplied with twenty days' field rations.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation.
7. By direction of the Secretary of War, leave of absence for one month, is granted Lieutenant Colonel Curtis Guild, Jr., Inspector General, 7th Army Corps, with permission to return to the United States.
8. Major E. de la Calle, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, will report to Major General Williao Ludlow, commanding Department of Havana, for duty.
9. Brigadier General 0. H. Ernst, Inspector General of the Division, will proceed to San Antonio, Cuba, on public business, upon completion of which he will return to his proper station Havana.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE:

W. V. RICHARDS,
Assistant Adjutant General.






















SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA,
No. 14. 5 Havana, January 25, 1899.
1. Paragraph 2, Special Order No. 11, current series these headquarters, is hereby revoked.
2. Captain Alexander TV. Cook, 2d Volunteer Engineers, is detailed as Acting Assistant Quartermaster and Commissary of Subsistence at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana. Cuba. He will report to the Surgeon in charge of that hospital for duty.
By coMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BRooKE:
W. V. RICHARDS,
Assitant Adnjtant Generad.










SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIvIsION or CUBA,
No. 15. j Havana, January 27, 1899.
1. Payment of troops in this Division for the muster of January 31, 1899, will be made as follows:
In the Department of Havana and the Department for the Province of Havan, by Majors Benjamin F. havens, Joseph S. Wilkins, Clark 31. Caor, S. Heth Tyler, William R. Graham, and Glen fT. Loaan, additional paymasters, U. S. Volunteers.
At Pinar del Rio, Guanajay, Mariel, and troops detached, by Major Clark 1. Carr.
At Matanzas, Cdrdenas, Sagna ]a Grande, Santa Clara, and troops detached, by Major S. Heth Tyler.
At Cienfuegos, Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus, and troops detached, by Major Benjamin F. Havens.
At Nuevitas, Minas, Puerto Principe, and troops detached, by Major William R. Graham.
Commanding officers will provide the necessary escorts upon request of the paymasters.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation.
ITpon completion of this duty the paymasters will return to their pioper stations.
The trael enjoined is necessary for the public service.
2. Acting As-istant Surgeon Federico Torralba. U. S. A., will repor for duty to Major General Jl'illian Ludlow, U. S. Volunteers, commanding Department of Ilavana.
3. Captain Salmon F. Dntton, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Voltinteers, having reported at these headquarters. is assigned to duty in the Department of Pinar del Rio. Ile will report to the coimanding General of that department for assignment to station.
The tiavel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
4. Captain (larles B. Hepulrn, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, having reported at these headquarters, is assigned to duty as assistant to the Chief Signal Officer, Division of Cuba.
5. Captain Carl 1. harmnan, commanding the 11 th Company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now in this city, will proceel with his company to Buena Vista, reporting on arrival thereat, to Major General Fityhnh Lee, U. S. Volunteers, for assignmeiit to duty with the 7th Army Corps.
(. Assistant Surgeon P1. J. iMcfKen ml, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, is relieved from duty with the 2d Battalion of his regiment at Vedado, and will report to his regimental







commander at Marianao, for assignment to duty with the 1st Battalion, 2d I. S. Volunteer Engineers.
The ;tavel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
7. A pard of survey, to consist of:
C'-ptiin G. S. Grimes, 2d Artillery;
First Lieutenant S. Rice, 'th Cavalry;
Second Lieutenant H. P. Goodnow, 2d Artillery; is appointed, to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. mi., on Tuesday, January 31, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine int, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the shortage in a shipment of hay, per Ward line steamship Macedonia, invoiced by Captain Wirt Robinson, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, New York City, to Captain Cnuneey B. Balker, Assistant Quarterrnaster, U. S. Volunteers.
13 cOMMAND OP MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE:
W. V. RICHARDS,
As, tuun Adi(juha Generd.



Fir(t Lievawl, 161h Iufantry ,
Aide d Comp.









SPECInL ORDERS,) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA,
No. 16. 1Havana, Jnuary 30, 1899.
1. Mr. Walter Garlocl, authorized clerk to Captain 8almon F Dulton, Commissary of Subsistence, U.S. Volunteres, will accompany that officer from Havana to Pinar del Rio, Cuba.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation.
2. Lewis F. Duval and J. B. Gattshall, authorized clerks, to Major Joseph -U. Heatwole, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, will accompany that officer from Havana to Pinar del Rio, Cuba.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation.
3. Captain Alexander JV. Cook, 2d Volunteer Engineers, is relieved as Acting Assistant Quartermaster and Commissary of Subsistence at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to Major General William Ludlow, commanding Department of Havana, for duty.
4. Second Lieutenant Orville Beason, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, is detailed as Acting Assistant Quartermaster and Commissary of Subsistence at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba. le will report to the commanding officer of that Hospital for duty.
5. Twenty (20) female contract nurses will be transferred by the Chief Surgeon, Seventh Army Corps, to Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba. They will report to the commanding officer of that Hospital for duty.
6. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportalion to the following named enlisted men, en route to join their regiments:
Nergeaut .......Berlin ger, 202d New York Vol. Infantry; Private ........Boyle, 202d New York Vol. Infantry; Private ........Goble, 202d New York Vol. Infantry; from Havana to Guanajay, Cuba.
Pri vate ........orton, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private ........iulzier, 1st U. S. Infantry; from Havana to Pinar del Rio, Cuba.
The Subsistence Department will furnish the necessary travel rations.
7. Captain Charles B. Hepburn, U. S. Volunteer Signal






Corps, wiil proceed from Havana to GuAimaro, Cuba, via Nuevitas, on business in connection with constructing a telegraph line connecting the town of Tunas with Puerto Princi)e. Upon completion of this duty Captain Hepburn will return to his proper station in this city.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
By COMMAND OF MIA.JOR GENERAL IBROOKE:
W. V. RICHARDS,
Assistant Adjutant General.







SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS Di-viSiON OF CUBA,
No. 17. j Havana, January 31, 1899.
1. The 11th Company U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Captain C. F. iartiman, commanding, will change station from Camp Columbia, Buena Vista to Puerto Principe. Upon his arrival, Captain Hartimn will report to the Commanding General, Department of Puerto Principe, for duty.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will ration the company to include February 10, 1899.
3. The following named enlisted men are relieved from duty at Camp Columbia, and will report to Colonel 1f. II. C. Donvwoody, Chief Signal Officer, at these headquarters, for assignment as telegraph operators in the city of Havana:
Sergeant A. A. Morris, 2d Company, U. S. Vol. Signal
Corps;
Sergeant I. l Jones, 13th Company, U. S. Vol. Signal
Corps;
Private R. C. Ellsworth, 17th Company, U. S. Vol. Signal Corps;
Private R. 0. Lipscomb, 17th Company, U. S. Vol. Signal
Corps.
The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeants Jlorris and Jones and Privates Ellsworth and Lip'cowb at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, each, while they are engaged on this duty, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of these soldiers in any other wa y.
3. Sergeant Clifford DeKast, Signal Corps, U. S. A., is relieved from special duty as storekeeper in the city of Havana, in order to enable him to comply with War Departm(ent orders directing him to report for duty at New York City.
4. Private S. N. Mefford, 2d Company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty as operator at Havana, and will report, without delay, to his company commander.
5. So much of paragraph 3, Special Orders No. 13, eurrent series, these headquarters, as relieves Corporal Fred Vandervort, Signal Corps, U. S. A., from duty as telegraph operator at Havana, is revoked.
6. The Subsistence Departmient will commute the rations of Private John 1). DeLinecy, Signal Corps, U. S. A., at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way.
7. Under authority of the Assistant Secretary of War.







commutation of rations at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day will be paid to Post Quartermaster Sergeant Peter N. Merzig, U. S. A., on duty in H-avana, Cuba, from Noveniber 19, 1898, to January 11, 1899, both dates inclusive, it having been impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way during the period mentioned.
BY COMMAND OF MAJoR GENERAL BROOKE:
W. V. RICHARDS,
,48L:Anid Adijtacnt General.
OF F ICIAL:~


First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry,
Aide de Camp.











SPECIAL ORDERS,) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA,
No. 18. 1 Havana, February 1, 1899.
1. Under authority of the War Department, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation by "'commercial liner" from Havana, Cuba, to Port Tampa. Florida, to William D. Allen, a discharged soldier, company K, 4th U. S. Volunteer Infantry, provided there is no Government transport in port upon which this man can be sent to the United States.
2. In compliance with orders from the Secretary of War, Lieutenant Colonel Noble I. Creager, Chief Quartermaster. U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty with the 7th Army Corps, and will proceed to Pinar del Rio and report to the Commanding General of that department for duty as Chief Quartermaster.
3. Captain J. A. Campbell, Assistant Quartei master, U. S. Volunteers, will pioceed to Remedios, Cuba, and carry out the verbal instructions of the Division Commander. Upon completion of this dty, Captain Campbell will return to his proper station-Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
4. Sergeant George Selby. U. S. Volunteer, Signal Corps, with a detachment of seven (7) men, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, to be designated by the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, will proceed from Camp Columbia to Cienfuegos, Cuba, and report to Captain R. 0. Rickard, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, for duty as operators
Travel rations for two days vill be issued to the detachment.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL. BROOKE:
W. V. RICHARDS,

OFFICIAL:


First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry,
Aide de Camp.



























2










SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA,
No. 19. j Havana, February 2, 1899.
1. The journeys performed by Major Rafael Echeverria, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, investigating the condition of Cuban sufferers, under the orders of the Division Commander, between the dates of January 12 and January 30, 1899, from Havana to Matanzas, thence to Sabanilla, thence to Bolondron, thence to Jovellanos, thence to Colon, thence to Cardenas, thence to Santo Domingo, thence to Santa Clara, thence to Cienfuegos, thence to Sagua la Grande, thence to Calabazar de Sagua, thence to Remedios, and thence to Havana, are approved as having been necessary for the public service.
2. Acting Assistant Surgeon Enrique B. Barnet, U. S. A., will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for duty.
3. Major Rafael Echeverria, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, will report, for temporary duty, to the Commanding Officer, Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba.
4. First Lieutenant Eugene Klapp, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, having been appointed Regimental Quartermaster, will report to the Colonel of his regiment for duty. 5. Lieutenant Robert E. Brooks, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, is relieved from duty at Marianao, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for assignment to duty with the 2d battalion of his regiment.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
6. First Lieutenant G. F. Cazell, 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry, is relieved from duty with the 8th U. S. Infantry, and First Lieutenant Theodore H. Kroll, of the same regiment is detailed in his stead. The former will report to his regimental commander, and the latter to the commanding officer, 8th U. S. Infantry, for duty.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE:



Asistant Adjutant General.













SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA,
No. 20. 1 Havana, Febrvary 6, 1899.
1. First Lieutenant -l. C. Rayson, 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry, is relieved from duty with the 8th U. S. Infantry, and will report to his regimental commander for duty.
2. A board of officers, to consist of
Major Jefferson R. Kean, Brigade Surgeon U. S. V.,
Major S. P. Kramer, Brigade Surgeon U. S. V., Major E. de la Calle, Brigade Surgeon U. S. V.,
will convene at Military Hospital No. 2 on Monday, February 6, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to devise some uniform system of desinfection of grounds, buildings, and appurtenances of all buildings and sites formerly occupied by Spanish troops, before their being assigned to United States troops, for habitation. The board will make report to this headquarters as soon as practicab'e, in ordr that the result of their consultation, if approved, may be published to the different departments in the Division without delay.
3. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation from this city to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, to the following named enlisted men, en route to join their regiment:
Trumpeter Herbert W. Ketchum, Troop C, 7th Cavalry;
Private Henry Lonzinger, Troop G, 7th Cavalry;
Private F. A. Hewitt, Troop I, 7th Cavalry;
Private George Daniels, Troop E, 7th Cavalry.
The Subsistence Department will furnish the necessary travel rations.
4. Commissary Sergeant Frank Mc Caffrey, U. S. A., now on duty in this city, will proceed, without delay, to Cienfuegos, Cuba, and report to Captain E. B. Fenton, C. S. Volunteers, for duty.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and the Subsistence Department will pay Sergeant 3lc Caffrey commutation of rations, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable for him to carry rations of any kind.
5. Captain J. L Ryan, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from Marianao to Jucaro, Ciego de Avila, Moron, and Fernando, Cuba, in connection with the military telegraph service of the Island. Upon completion of







this duty, Captain Ryan will return to Ciego de Avila, and await further orders.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
0. Captain L. 19. Wildman, U. S. Volunteers Signal Corps, will take station temporarily at Marianao, and perform the duties of Signal Officer, Department of the Province of Havana, in charge of telegraph lines.
7. Under authority of the Secretary of War, the Quartermaster Department will furnish transportation, from this city to Washington, D. C., for Mr. '. 1. Fair, civilian clerk under the \Var Department.
S. Major RJifuel Echererria, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, will pirceed, by traini, this afternoon, to (Inanajay, Cuba, for consultation with the post Surgeon at that place on suspicious case of fever. On completion of this duty, Major Eclhererria, will return to his proper stationHavana, Cuba.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
9. Commutation of rations, at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, will be paid to Post Quarternmaster Sergeant Ard ur G. Smiih, U. S. A., on duty in HFavana, Cuba, from November 13, 1898, the day he reported for duty, until such time as reasonable board can be obtained.
10. Private R. 0. Lipicomb, Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty in the city of Ilvan, and will report for duty to his company conunander, at Camp Columbia, Cuba, without delay.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation.
11. Sergeant Joiah B. TJWooteu, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now at Canp Columbia, Cuba, is detailed for duty in the city of Havana, and will report to the Chief Signal Officer at these headquarters for assignment.
The Subsistence Department will connute the rations of Sergeant ooten, while engaged on this duty, at one dollar and fifty cents (i31 .50) per day, it being impracticable to provide subsistence for this soldier in any other way.
The Quarteimnaster's Department will rent quarters for Sergeant Wooten, at a rate not to exceed twelve (12) dollars per month.
12. The journeys performed by Major Clark M. Curr. Additional Paymaster, U. S, Volunteers, from Quemados de Marianao to havana and return, January 13, 14, and 10. 1899; and to Havana, January 17, 1899; and from Havana to Mariannao, February 1, 18()";; in connection with the payment of troops in this Division, are approved as necessary for the public service.







113. Major A. G. C. Quay, Chief Quartermaster U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters, will report to the Chief Quartermaster of the Division for assignment to duty.
14. Captain JI'adter L. Phelps, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters, will report to the Chief Quartermaster of the Division for asstgnrment to duty.
Br commAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BRoo1E:


Assistant Ad]jutant General.















SPECIAL ORERs, HEADQUARTERs DIVIsIoN OF CUBA,
No. 21. j Havana, February 7, 1899.
1. Major James C. Mullikin, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters, will report to the Chief Commissary of subsistence of the Division for assignment to duty in the city of Havana.
2. Major Orlando Ducker, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 80, Special Orders No. 23, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to duty in the Department of Havana, and will report to the Commanding General of that department for duty.
3. Under instructions from the Secretary of War, Brigadier General George f. Davis, U. S. Volunteers, is temporarily relieved from command of the Department of Pinar del Rio, and will report, as soon as practicable, to the Adjutant General of the Army, for duty of a special nature.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
4. Brigadier General Edward B. Williston, U. S. Volunteers, is temporarily assigned to the command of the Department of Pinar del Rio. He will proceed to the headquarters of that department, as soon as practicable, accompanied by his personal staff.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE:
W. V. RICHARDS,

OFFICIAL: Asdsitant Adjutant General.



First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry,
Aide de Camp.











SPECIAL ORDERs, ) HEADQUARTERs DivisioN op CUBA,
No. 22. J Havana, February 8, 1899.
1. Private James Hurley, Company L, 4th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, will proceed from Marianao to Trinidad, Cuba, and report to his company commander for duty.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay to Private Hurley, in advance, commutation of rations at the prescribed rate for two (2) days, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way.
2. Private William Miller, Troop E, 7th U. S. Cavalry, is relieved from special duty at the headquarters of his regiment, Vedado, and will report for duty to his-troop commander at Pinar del Rio, Cuba.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Miller, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way.
3. Lieutenant Colonel Samuel Reber,, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Chief Signal Officer, First Army Corps, will proceed from Matanzas to Santa Clara, and thence to Cienfuegos, Cuba, for the purpose of inspecting telegraph lines. On completion of this duty, Lieutenant Colonel Reber will return to his proper station at Matanzas.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
4. Private Robert T. Fuller, Troop L, 7th U. S. Cavalry (attached to Troop M. of the same regiment, at Marianao), will join his proper troop (L.) at Vedado, Cuba.
5. Major William B. lVinn, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting to the Commanding General of that department for assignment to duty.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
6. Sergeant Arthur Thomas, Signal Corps, will proceed to Gibara and Holguin, Cuba, in charge of telegraphic supplies, delivering them as instructed by the Chief Signal Officer of the Division. Upon completion of this duty, Sergeant Thomas will return to his proper station at Camp Columbia, Cuba.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Thomas, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for six (6) days, it being impracticable







to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way.
7. Second Lieutenant H. A. Swigart, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty at these headquarters, and will report to Lieutenant Colonel R. P. Strong, U. S Volunteer Signal Corps, Chief Signal Officer, 7th Army Corps, for assignment to duty with the Signal Corps battal ion at Camp Columbia, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BRoOKE:
W. V. RICHARDS,
Assistant Adjutant General.
OFFICIAL,



First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry
Aide de Camp.







SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION oy CUBA,
No. 23. Havana, February 13, 1899.
1. Leave of absence for fifteen days, on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to go beyond the limits of this Division, and to apply for an extension of fifteen days, is granted Lieutenant Colonel Francis G. Ward, 202d New York Volunteer Infantry.
2. Major W. Fitzhugh Carter, Surgeon, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters, is assigned to the command of Military Hospital No. 1., Havana, relieving Major W. C. Gorgas, Surgeon, U. S. Army.
3. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Private George R. Noble, Troop E, 7th Cavalry, now at regimental headquarters en route to his troop, transportation from this city to Pinar del Rio, Cuba; and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Noble, in advance at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way.
4. Private E. J. Crowley, 17th Company, U. S. Volunteer, Signal Corps, will proceed from Camp Columbia to Havana, Cuba, and report to Brigadier General Humphrey, Chief Quartermaster of the Division, for duty as operator in his office.
The Quartermaster's Department will provide the necessary transportation, and quarters at a rate not exceeding twelve (12) dollars per month.
The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Crozeley, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, while he is on this duty, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way.
5. Private E. J. Earhart, 13th Company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from Camp Columbia to Sancti Spiritus, Department of Santa Clara, Cuba, and report to Captain J. P. Wooten, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, for duty, under special instructions of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division. Upon completion of this duty, Private Earhart will return to his proper statin at Camp Columbia.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Earhart, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for four (4) days, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way.
6. Assistant Surgeon Guy (7. il. Godfrey, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed to Puerto Principe, Cuba, and






report to Brigadier General Louis H. Carpenter, commanding the department, for temporary duty on examining board to determine efficiency of officers for promotion. On comple. tion of this duty, Assistant Surgeon Godfrey will return to his proper station at Havana, Cuba.
7. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish trans. portation, by stage or coach, from Havana to Guanajay, Cuba, to Major Rafael Echeverria, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, it being necessary for him to proceed to that point, without delay, for consultation in the case of a soldier of the 202d New York Volunteer Infantry, as it is impracticable to await the departure of a railroad train.
8. A board of survey, to consist of:
Major James T. Dean, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S.
Volunteers:
Major M. C. Butler, jr., Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S.
Volunteers;
Captain Frederick M. Page, Assistant Adjutant-General,
U. S. Volunteers;
is appointed, to meet at the office of the Depot Quarter' master, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., on Thursday, February 16, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the shortage in a shipment of folding cots,per transport Manitoba,invoiced by Lieutenant Colonel J. B. Bellinger, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, to Major Chauncey B. Baker, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers.
9. The leave of absence for five days granted Captain Cyrus F. Smith, 31st Michigan Volunteer Infantry, in Special Orders No. 33, current series, Department of *Santa Clara, is extended ten (10) days, with permission to go beyond the limits of this Division.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE:
W. V. RICHARDS,
Assistant Adjutant General.,
OFFICIAL:



First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry,
Aide de Camp.













SPEcIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA,
No. 24. 5 Havana, February 14 1899.
1. Under the provisions of paragraph 29, Special Orders No. 23, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Major Paul Clendenin, Brigade Surgeon, U.S. Volunteers (Captain and Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army), at Camp Columbia, Havana, and Assistant Surgeon F. l. C. Usher, U. S. Army, now in this city, will report to Major General John C. Bates, U. S. Volunteers, commanding Ihe Department of Santa Clara, for temporary duty, on completion of which they will return to their proper stations.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
2. In compliance with telegraphic instructions from the Secretary of War, Major ha/demand P. Young, Qnartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty at Manzanillo, Cuba, and will report to the Commanding General, First Division, Seventh Army Corps, for duty as Chief Quartermaster,
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
3. A board of survey, to consist of:
Major Robert A. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Voiunteers;
Major C. Butler, jr., Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S.
Volunteers;
Captain Clyde D. V. Hunt, Assistant Quartermaster,
U. S. Volunteers,
is appointed, to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana. Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. ni., on Friday, February 17. 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for tie shortage in a shipment of sundi y articles, consisting of clevices, wagon-seat springs, ambulance water tanks, wire cutters, etc., invoiced by Captain D. E. Mc Carthy, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Army, Depot Quartermaster at Lytle, Georgia, to the Depot Quartermaster at Havana, Cuba.
4. Acting Assistant Surgeon Joaquin D. Dueffas, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty at Las Tunas, and will report







to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for assignment.
The travel enjoined is neceessary for the public service.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General.
OFFICIAL:



First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry,
Aide de Camp.










SPECIAL ORDERS, 1 HEADQUARTERS DIVIsION oF CUBA,
No. 25. J Havana, February 15, 1899.
1. Acting Assistant Surgeon Josi M. Delgado, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 61, Special Orders No.14, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will proceed to Puerto Principe, Cuba, and report to the commanding general of that department for duty.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Private George Girard,17th Company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now at Camp Columbia, will report to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, at these headquarters, for duty as telegraph operator. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide quarters for Private Girard, while engaged on this duty, at a rate not to exceed twelve (12) dollars per month; and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Girard, while so engaged, at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide subsistence for this soldier in any other way.
3. Private Gilbert G. Porter, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now at Camp Columbia, will report at headquarters Department of Havana, for duty as telegraph operator. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide quarters for Private Porter, while engaged on this duty, at a rate not to exceed twelve (12) dollars per month; and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Porter, while so engaged, at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide subsistence for this soldier in any other way.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE:
W. V. RICHARDS,

OFFICIAL: Asistant Adjutant General.



Firdt Lieutenant, 16th Infantry,
Aide de Camp.































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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERis DIVISION OF CUBA,
No. 26. Havana,' Februery 18, 1899.
1. Privates - Todd, Sherman and Hunt, Company E, First Battalion, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, are relieved from duty at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, and will report for duty to their company cornmander at Buena Vista, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation.
2. Corporal -- Bateman, Company A, and Private
- --Fox, Company D, First Battalion, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, now at Buena Vista, will report for duty to Second Lieutenant Orrille Benson, 2d, U. S. Volunteer Engineers, Acting Assistant Quartermaster, at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation.
3. Captain James B. Hickey, 8th Cavalry, will proceed to Ferro, Cuba, and inspect the insane asylum at that place. Upon the completion of this duty, he will return to his proper station at Havana.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
4. A board of survey, to consist of:
Major 3f. C. Butler, jr., Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S.
Volunteers;
Major Robert H. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers;
Lieutenant Townsend Lawrence, 2d U. S. Volunteer
Engineers;
is appointed, to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. in., on Thursday, February 23, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the shortage in a shipment of buckets, invoiced by Captain Wirt Robinson, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, New York City, to the Depot Quartermaster at Havana, Cuba.
5. First Lieutenant Ralph M. Glover and five men, of the 202d New York Volunteer Infantry, will proceed from Guanajay to Havana, thence to points on the northern coast of Cuba as follows: Bahia Honda, Viiiales, Consolaci6n del Norte, San Cayetano, Mantua., Fort Arroyo, Guanes, "John L6pez,'' near entrance to Guadiana Bay, in charge of, and to distribute to indigent Cubans, fifty thousand rations. Upon completion of this duty, Lieutenant Glover and detachment will return to their proper station at Guanajay, Cuba.






The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation.
The Subsistence Department will furnish travel rations to the detachment for ten (10) days.
6. First Lieutenant C. C. Fitzgerald, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, is detailed for special duty in connection with the yellow fever hospital in Havana, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for instructions.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
-BX COIMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE:
W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General.
OFFICIAL



First Lieutenqtt, 16th Infantry,
Aide de Camp.


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SECTA I ORDEiRS, ) HEADQUARTERs DivIsI6N OF CUTBA,
No. 27. 5 Havana, February 20, 1899.
1. Acting Assistant Surgeon George A. Sheldon, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with orders from the War Department, dated February 11, 1899, is assigned to the Department of Havana. He will report to the Commanding General of that department for duty.
2. Lieutenant fames P. Aniderson, U. S. Volunteer-Signal Corps, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with instructions from Headquarters of the Army, of the 13th instant, is assigned to duty with the 7th Army Corps, and will report to the C6mmanding General of that corps. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Under intructions from the Secretary of War, Private T JK Weeks, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty with the First Division, 7th Army Corps, will be sent by his commanding officer to report to the surgeon in charge of the hospital ship Missouri for duty.
4. The First Battalion, 3d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, now in this city, is assigned to duty in the Department of Pinar del Rio, and will take station at the tdwn .of Pinar del Rio.
The Quartermaster's Departmnnt will furnish 4the necessary transportation.
5. A board. of survey, to consist of:
Major Robert -. Rolfe, Inspector Generkjj U. S.
Volunteers;
Captain J. A. Campbell,UAssistant Quartermaster, U. S.
Volunteers;
First Lieutenant Charles TV Castle, 16th Infantry;
is appointed, to meet at the office of 'the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba,, at 10 o'clock a. m., on Friday, February 24, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, separately report upon, and fix the responsibility for shortages in the shipment of quartermaster and veterinary supplies invoiced by Captain Wirt Robinson, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, and Captain Charles 3l. Augur, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteeis, from New York City and Huntsville, Ala., respectively, to the Depot Quartermaster at Havana, Cuba.
6. First Lieutenant Llewellyn T. WJilliamson, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 54, Special Orders No. 29, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned






to duty in the Department of Havana, and. will report to the Commanding General of that department.
7. The journey performed by First Lieutenant 0. S. Durfee, 2d Volunteer Engineers, during the month of February, from Ciego de Avila to Havana, Cuba, and return, on duty connected with the Jncaro railroad,. is ap-. proved as necessary for the public service.
8. The following journeys performed by Major E. de la Calle, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, during the month of January, are approved as necessary for the public. service, namely:
Havana to Pinar del Rio;
Pinar del Rio to Artemisa;
Artemisa to Guanajay;
Guanajay to Havana;
Havana to Buena Vista., and return; Havana to Guanabacoa, and. return;
Havana to Jfcaro, and return; Havana to Giiines, and return;
Havana to San Antnuio de los Banlos, and return.
9. Leave of absence for one month is granted Captain Fred& W Cole, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BRooKE:
W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General.
OFFICIAL:


First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry,
Aide de Camp.






SPECIAL ORDERs, HEADQUARTERS DIVIsION OP CUBA,
No. 28. Havana, February 21, 1899.
1. In compliance with instructions from the Adjutant General's Office, Lieutenant Colonel Abiel L. Smith, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Division of Cuba, will immediately proceed to Washington, D. C., to testify before court of inquiry.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
2. Second Lieutenant James Anderson, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, with a detachment of four enlisted men and one teamster, will proceed from Camp Columbia to Caibari6n, Cuba, and report to Captain C. B. Hepburn, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, for duty in connection with the construction of telegraph lines. Upon completion of this dnty, Lieutenant Anderson, with the detachment, will return to his proper station.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will supply the detachment with travel rations for ten (10) days. 3. So much of paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 15, current series, these headquarters, as directs Major S. Heth Tyler, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, to pay the troops at Sagna la Grande on the muster of January 31, 1899, is revoked.
4. In addition to the payments assigned Major Clark Carr, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, in paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 15, current series, these headquarters, he will proceed to, and pay the troops at, Amaro, Sagna la Grande, and Caibari6n, on muster of January 31, 1899, returning to his proper station on completion of payments assigned him.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
5. Major William H. Thrift, Additional Paymaster, U. S. \olunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 33, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to temporary d(ity in the city of Havana.
6. Captain C. B. Hepburn, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now in this city, will proceed to Caibarihn, Cuba, to carry out special instructions of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division in regard to the construction of a military telegraph line at that point. Upon completion of this duty, Captain Hepburn will return to his proper station in this city.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
7. Private John R. O' Connor, Troop E, 7th Cavalry, is






relieved from daty at Camp Columbia, and will report- to his troop commander at Pinar del Rio foriduty.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence .Department- will commute. the rations of Private O'Connor, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way.
By COMMAND .OF MAJOR GE-YRAL BRoOKE:
W. V. RICHARDS-,
Assistant Adjutant. General
OFFICIAL,:



First Liputenant, 16th Infantry,
Aide de Camp.






SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DivisioN OF CUBA,
No. 29. I Havana, February 24, 1899.
1. Private William F. Murray, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty with the 2d Cavalry, now at Matanzas, and will report to Major IV. Fitzhugh Carter, Surgeon, U. S. Army, at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba.
The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation.
2. Major E. de la Calle, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty in the Department of Havana, and will report to the Chief Surgeon of the Division for special d uty.
3. Surgeon John TV. Ross, U. S. Navy, retired, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 51, Special Orders No. 29, current series, Headquaiters of the Army, is assigned to Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to the commanding officer of that hospital for duty.
4. Captain John J. Ryan, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, having completed the duties assigned him in paragraph 5, Special Orders No. 20, current series, these headquarters, will proceed from Ciego de Avila to Marianao, Cuba, and report in person to Major General Fitzhugh Lee, U. S. Volunteers, commanding the Department of the Province of Havana, for assignment to duty as Signal Officer of that department, relieving Captain L. D. Wildman, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps.
Captain Wildman, on being thus relieved by Captain Ryan, will report in person to the Chief Signal Officer, 7th Army Corps, for duty.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
5. Major William J. White, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, will report in person to Major General Fitzhugh Lee, U. S. Volunteers, commanding the Department of the Province of Havana, for assignment to duty in his command.
The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.
By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE:
W. V. RICHARDS,

OFFICIAL : Assistant Adjutant General.


First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry,
Aide de Camp.















































































































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INDEX TO NAMES OF Special Orders, Division of Cuba, 1899. Abbott, R............................ Abbott, J. A ...................... Abee, W. F........................ Adams, B. R....................... Adams, j............................ Adams, J. H...................... Agramonte, A. 34, 98, 116, Abrons, P................... 104, Ainsley, R............................ Albertson, T. E................... Alden, W ............................. Alexander, J. ;A............ 100, Allen, E............................... Allen, W .............................. Allen, W. B.......................... Allen, W. D.......................... Allen, W. 0.......................... Ames, R. F.......................... Ames, R. P................. 63, Amerll, P. H........................ Anderson, B. A.................... Anderson, D. G.................... Anderson, E........................ Anderson, J......................... Anderson, J. B............... 42, Anderson, J. P............... 27, Anderson, M....................... Andrews, J. H ..................... Angus, C ............................. Angell, P.............................. Anheir, A. A................ 3, Appenfelder, F. A................ Apple, W. E......................... Archer, J. F ............. 54, 79, Archinard, J. J..................... Aronson, S........................... Armistead, C. F.................. Armstrong, E. W................ Armstrong, J. A.................. Arnold, A. K....................... Arnold, F. S........................ Arnold, H. I........................ Arnold, H. W ....... 53, 106, Arnold, W. E. 54, 110, 130, Arrowsmith, J.M.36, 41, 64, 39 121 46 30 96 112 137 107 39 49 42 108 94 55 137 18 171 147 152 138 111 48 111 28 66 40 142 96 113 30 44 121 90 84 5 151 142 81 77 9 45 67 112 132 65 Arthur, G G.................. 76, Ashley, J. C......................... Aspirian, L. H..................... Asselin, J. E. W............. 75. Aultnan, D. E..................... Ayerill, N. K........................ Azna, F............................... Babst, C. S......................... Baigent, J............................ Bailey, R. W........................ Baker, C. B.......44, 67, 114, Baker, H. B ........................ Baker, L............................... Baker, W. C........................ Baker, W .M ........................ Baldwin, S;.......................... Baldwin, T. H..................... Ballard, B. 0....................... Ballough, J. R...................3, Bankhead, H. M.................. Barager, S. F....................... Barcelo, R............................ Barker, W. B..............8, 40, Barlow, V. S....................... Bartch, P......................109, Barrow, E........................... Barry, A. C.......................... Barry, J. T....................... Barstead, j........................... Barton, F. E...............36, Bartlett, C. W..................8, Bartlett, G. T.....41, 55, 71, Bartlett, W. T..................... Baskerville, M............,........ Bateman.............................. Bates, G. H.......................... Bayer, G. M......................... Baylies, J..................44, 65, Bauer, E.............................. Beach, F. H..................142, Beacham, J. W..................... Beachdel, C.......................... Beamsdifer, J. G.................. Bean, W. H.......................... 90 131 42 154 41 44 100 91 130 35 143 113 121 166 126 113 40 37 48 48 48 59 142 133 141 113 112 60 122 43 116 88 31 103 26 128 104 92 53 150 148 136 167 135

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4 Beatty, J. L........................ Beaver, T............................. Beavers, J. M....................... Beebe. W, S.......................... Beecher, J. P...................33, Beeson, J. B......................... Beck, E. P............................ Becker. 0..............121, 124, Begarly, J. M....................... Behity, P.............................. Behme, H............................. Bell, G., Jr....................144, Bell, J. E.............................. Bell, S. H.............................. Bellver, A..........................., Belz, J. 0.............................. Benedict, F. D...................... Bender, 0. E........................ Benson, 0.....16, 58, 70, 73, Bentz, D. H.......................... Berg, B................... Berg, B. J............................. Berg, J.S.............................. Berger, F. A........................ Bergland, G................ Bergman, F. G................... Bernard, A. G.............. Bethune, F. R .................., Biddle, J......................101, Birch, H,......................... Bird, R................... Birley, D. A................ Bisbee, W. H............91, 93, Bishop, 0. A.............. 7, 13, Bishop, J. W............... Bishop, R............................ Black, W. M.............53, 89, Blake, J. C........................... Blankership, F. B................ Blow, W. N., Jr...45, 51, 62, Blunt, J. Y. M........44, 113, Boersigo, A........................ Bogardus, J......................., Boles, B.............................. Bonnoitt, H. E.................... Borden, G. P....................... Botts, W..J.......................... Boyd, C.............................. Boyd, C. M....................... Boyd, T. E......................... Boyer, C. B................... Boylan, R. J ............. Boyle,. ..... ............ Boyle, E... ,.................. Boyle, E. J........................ Boyle, H .......................... Bourrett, C.......................... 51 123 66 37 77 53 111 170 137 59 72 146 117 125 100 47 101 128 80 65 128 139 112 110 132 162 167 141 110 136 111 30 95 69 60 90 152 116 6 133 143 113 96 128 127 82 102 126 103 41 55 83 16 108 166 138 73 Bowen, H. C....................... Bowman, R. D. McC.......... Bramstedt, W................72, Brand, C.............. Brashers, J.......................... Bremer, F........................... Brewer, E. P..................77, Brewster, W. J................... Broadus, J.......................... Brocham, H. J.................... Brooks, A. J...................... Brooks, E. C.................41, Brooks, F. L........... ... Brooks, R, D..................... Brooks, R. B............... Brooks, W. H .................... Brown, C. L................... Brown, C. W..................... Brown, F....................71, Brown, G... ................. Brown, G. L. R.................. Brown, H. L..................32 Brown, H. T. ......83, 105, Brown, J.................94, 136, Brown, L. C........................ Brown, 5................94, 128, Brown, WV......................... Brown, W. A....................... Bruner, W. J........................ Bryant, H....................... ... Bryant, H. A....................... Buchanan, W....................3, Buchols, A. F....................... Buck, C. A....................112, Buckley, J. F........................ Buckley, M.......................... Buffington, A. P,.................. Burdick, C. F....................... Burge, J. H.......................... Burger, H. S.................35, Burgheim, C. A..............73, Burk, P,.......................123, Burke, D.................. Burke, J............................... Burkett, J. H....................... Burkhardt, S....................... Burleson, J. F...................... Bullard, G........................... Burnell, G. C....................... Burnley, C. P...................... Burns, I................... Burns, J. J.........................., Burr, R. T ........... .......... Burr, W. E...................... Burton, G. C.......,............... Burton, G, H...................... Burton, J. H ....................... 125 141 121 111 42 132 144 166 138 53 99 172 119 31 19 56 108 112 96 137 157 131 141 159 91 150 90 110 139 119 113 126 132 136 52 98 119 30 53 55 153 154 91 151 47 95 73 42 36 53 167 42 110 12 42 158 40

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Bushby. T........................... Bussick, E....................130, Butler, M. C. Jr....... 13, 23, 26, 30, 48, 55, 58, 62, 64, 70, 76, 85, 88, 92, 96, 109, 113, 132, 133. 140, 142, 143,................................... Byroade, G. L.................... Byrne, T. L.....................35, Cabada, E. F....................... Caffrey, J. B....................... Caldwell, F. M............... Caldwell, W. S.................. Calhoun, C.......................... Calhoun, J. C............... Calhoun, W. W...............41, Callahan, T...............46, Calle, E. de la 13, 20, 27, Calloway, J. B.................... Cameron, M...................... Campbell, C...................... Campbell, J. A.....18, 27, 37 Campbell, T......................... Campbell, T. H...... .......79, Campbell, T. P.................... Campbell, P.,.......... Carden, J. A................... Cardoza, W. H................... Carlisle, R. E...................... Carpenter, E.....,............37, Carpenter, H....................... Carpenter, L. 1................. Carrer, C. M. 5, 15, 20, 27, 30, 43, 47, 48.................. Carrington, F. de................ Carson, E.............. Carter, C. C........................ Carter, 'T. M................138, Carter, W. F..................23, 63, 109, 119 ................... Carvallo, N........................ Case, L................................ Case, T. J............................. Casey, J. E........................... Casey, T.............................. Castle, C. X...................27, 49, 55, 64, 70, 122, Castine, E. F....................... Cate, W. S....................106, Catlin, E. H........................ Catlin, G. de G...............57, Causey, J. C. Jr..............10, Casell, G. F......................3, Chaffee, A. R..................47, Chamberlain, G. E.............. Chamberlin, H. B................ 48 143 152 123 55 131 85 142 38 127 144 85 137 29 1 39 146 137 46 166 144 73 113 94 69 145 65: 114 62 51 148 84 131 141 136 59 111 104 72 136 132 55 108 1 95 50 19 173 46 43 Chambliss, N. R................... Chapman, C. E.................... Charles, P. H....................... Chase, A. W......47, 57, 131. Christian, J. B..................... Christainsen, C.................... Church, M. C....................... Cills, W .J........................... Clancey, T.......................... Clark, C. C................. ........ Clark, H. C......................... Clark, F. B.......................... Clark, P. I.......................... Clarke, H. N.............48, 80, Cleary, L. J.......................... Clegg, I. T........................... Clemons, J. M...................... Clendenin, P........24, 48, 49 Clendening, W. W................ Clery, J. II........................... Cleveland, D L.................... Cleveland, G........................ Cline, E................................ Clinger, G.....................123, Cloman, S. A....................... Cohen, S............................. Cook, A. 1...............11, 14, Cook, C. A .......................... Cook, G. T........................... Cook. H........................115, Cook, W .H..................115, Cooke, E. H......................... Cooke, G. F............. Cooney, J............................. Coicleugh, A. M ................... Cole, A. 1'.....................44, Cole, P. XV...................27, Cole, G. V................142, Coleman, L. J.................71, Colesworthy C. G.............. Colt, W. W................. Coll, J. A................... Collins, A. S .................35, Collins, E. T........................ Collins, J. L......................... Collins, J. R....................63, Collinson. A. A .L.............. Collison, V. L..................... Collum J............................. Conklin, H.......................... Conklin, H. d.................45, Conklin, J............................ Conkling, C. H.................... Conley, J. B......................... Connally, M .A................... Connell, T. W...................... Connelly, D.........................

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6 Connelly, M........................ Conniff, J. J....................... Connor, A......................... Connor, F..................142, Connor, W....................... Connors, j........................... Copp, 0. D.......................... Conrad, C. H.............. Conroy, E........................... Conroy, J.......................... Conroy, J. W.................... Cornish, G. A................... Coudert, M......................... Council, J. J..................53, Courtney, H. G............106, Courtwright, H. E.,......36, Coyle, C. C................ Covington, M.................. Cowan, F. W...................... Cowen, J. E........................ Cowin, W. B............... Craig, C. F........................ Craig, J.,. ........ ................ Craige, W. W................ Crane, A. S............ Crawford, A. B.................. Crawford. J. J............ Crawford, M, 88. 105, 111, 124 .. ......................... ... Creagan, W. B.................. Creager, N. H, 18, 52, 64, 67, 88, 105... ............... Cresoe, G. H............... Crofton, F............. Crofton, W. M.............. Crome, S. M.............. Cronover, A. E.................. Crosby, C. F ........... Cross, R. E ....................... Croswell, R. T ................. Crowell, G. R..................... Crowley, E. J..................... Crowley, J. A .................... Crowley, J. J.................... Cruikshank, C. 0............... Crume, S. M...............114, Crutchman, C..... Curtis, E. S....................... Curran, M. J ........ Cummings, P. B ..... ........ Cummings, W................... Daily, T............................... Dalby, J. H......................... Dale, C............................... Daley, T............................... Daly, T............................. Daly. W. J............................ Dallam, S. F....................... Damara, J. J................ 112, Daniels, G............................ Daniels, I. L...................53, Darnall, C. R., 51, 73, 90, 109, 124, 144.................. Darsey, M. J........................ Davidson, W. F................... Davidson, W. N................... Davidson, W. T................... Davies, W. E........................ Davis, D. G........................ Davis, G. W......................... Davis, F. P........................ Davis, J. F......................... Davis, J. G ............. Davis, J. W................... Davis, 0............... Davis, T. H..............65, 75, Davis, W. B........................ Davison, C. W...............57, Dawes, J. W., 96, 98, 121, 129, 138 ........................ Dawling, A. G.................... Dawsey, J. W..................... Dean, J. 5........................... Dean, J. T., 23, 44, 46, 48, 60,85,92.94,96...... Deane, R. A........................ Deaton, B..................... De Kast, C......................9, De Lancy, J. B...............13, Delaplane, E. C.................. De La Rue, E..................... Delgado, J. M................ Deltz, G. F................. Deming, P. C.................79, Dempsey, C. A.................... Denison. F........................ Dennis, P. A...................... Derr, J. D.. ...................... Devine, A. L......................... Devine, J................... Devine, R. W.................54, Devine, T .................. Devlin, J. W................. Devow, W. P.............. Dickman, J. T..............109, Dillenback. W. J................... Dillon, A. J.......................... Dixon, J............................ Dixon, J. A................68, 75, Dobbratz, F......................... Dobler, -0............................. Dodd, H. C.......................... Doods, C. J..........................

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Dodge, F. S.......................... Dodge, R. B......................... Doherty, J. J.................. 76, Donn, H............................... Donnan, A. S....................... Donnelly, J........................... Donnelly, J. T...................... Doland, J............................. Dolz, W................................ Dorst, J. H........................... Dougherty, J........................ Dougherty, W. E................. Douglass, S. W.................... Dowd, D............................., Dowling, J. E................. 91, Downes, E. B.............. 123, Dowyle, A. W...................... Doyle, J................................ Doyle, L............................... Doyle, M........................ 63, Drake, F.............................. Drake, W. H........................ Dricker, J............................. Dronin, J. A................... 68, Drury, F. B.......................... Drysdale, H. H.................... Ducker, 0....................... 21, Dudley, E. ......................... Duenas, J. D......................... Duffy, C. M.............. 46, 52, Dugan, F. B...................... Duggan, W. T................ 41, Durfee, 0. F................... 7, Durfee, 0. S.................... 27, Dunable, C........................... Dunbar, C............................ Duncan, W. D...................... Dunsie, J. F........................ Dunwoody, H. H. C...... 78, Dunn, E. C........................... Dunn, M. S.......................... Dunn, T............................... Dunne, L.............................. Durrell, G. P........................ Dutton, F. S.................. 15, Duval................................... Duval, L. F.......................... Dyson, A. H......................... Eagan, J...........,............... Earhart, E.J..................20, Eaton, H. A............63, 67, Eaton, H. 0...................... Echelson, C. W.................. Echeverria, R. 19, 20, 23, 97, Eckart, P.....................73, Eckert, J............................ 69 30 102 137 128 I 169 137 45 116 104 35 160 137 97 145' 32 39 40 88 123 65 156 75 162 55 159 132 24 61 38 134 58 80 69 162 110 84 133 61 141 166 103 128 72 167 16 55 111 53 70 134 159 105 128 134 Edgerly, W. S..................... Edmunds, F.H. 95, 108, 112 Edwards, G. W................... Edwards, R. T.................... Edwards, S. W.................. Edwards, W...35, 118, 136, Eisenberg, E. P.................. Eldred, B.......................... Elgiser, S..................... Elwes, G. C.......................... Elliott, W. T........................ Ellis, P. H .....................48, Ellsworth, R. C........17, 34, Embick. S. D. ............ England, A. G............. Engle, F...... ......... English, J. N ............. Ennist. .F.............. Epes, A. G .............3, Eppley, K ............... Erickson, H. ............. Erichsen, J. W. ........... Erichsen, W. ............. Ernest, 0. H .......13, 47, Erwin, M ............... Escobar, J. A............ Escobedo, A. ............ Escobedo, F. ............. Ewers, E. P.............. Evans, J. G.. ..........2 Evans, W.... ........ Everson. P. H .......... Ewing, G. F. 77, 80, 92, 96, Fagan, T..................... F ahy, P..................... Fair, J. S...............110, 130, Fair, T. H............................ Fairchild, A. M.................... Falvey, P. J......................... Farber, C. W ...................... Farahay, W. I..................... Farish, G. V......................... Farnsworth, C. S...........44, Farr, 0. W. B.................41, Farrar, P............................. Farrar, P. H ...................... Farrell, M. J............. Fay, M. A........................ Fealey, T. J........................ Febiger. G. L................. Fee, C. F.............................. Feldstein, S ....................... Penstermaker, D. W. C..44, Fennell, T.......................... Fenton, E. B ..................... Ferguson, J...................$3,

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8 Ferrer, F. M.... ......12, 66, Ferrero, F......................... Finch, T. S........................... Findley, G........................ Fine, P. C.. ........................ Finger, E. H....................... Finley, J. J.................... 49, Finney, L. P........................ Firman, L. M..................... Fish, W. H.................. Fisher, D.............................. Fisher, H......................60, Fisher, W. K................... Fitzgerald, C. C................ Fitzgerald, J..................... Fitzgerald, J. W.................. Fitzgerald. W. J.................. Fitzpatrick, J. F................. Flaherty, MI...................... Flannery, W. C ................ Fleming, W. H................... Fletcher, M. B..................... Fletcher, M. C.............. Flock, B. A.......................... Flores, W. R...................... Flynn, J. R... ................ Flynn, T. H........................ Fogarty, P. C............ Foin, F. C.......................... Foltz, F. S..............71, 120, Forbes, R............................. Ford, B. H............................ Ford. G. E.......................... Ford, P. C.............. Ford, J................................ Foren, J. H................. Fornaris, J. N..................... Fontenera, J..................60, Fortin, L............................. Fosgate, F. H....,................. Foster, D............................. Foster, W. S ...................74, Fowler, C. R................... Fowler, E. A...................... Fowler, J. L ........................ Fox .................................. Francis, J. C ..................... Frank, J........... .......67, Frank, K.......................... Frank, L.................. Franklin, C........................ Frazer, T. A...................... Fredericks, J...................... Freeburn, C. C................... Freeman, A.................101, Freeman, H. J............3, 46, Freeman, J. W ................ 89 3 65 137 33 129 56 106 112 126 104 82 109 26 99 69 100 170 126 45 48 54 146 93 109 132 110 166 166 163 135 77 39 13: i 47 39 13 63 3 143 137 148 96 120 102 22 3 128 167 53 137 174 166 47 115 49 49 Freeman, P.................. Freeman, S. D................ French, C. G..................... French, J. T., Jr.................. French, W. W..................... Frey, A................... Fries, W. A........................ Fry, S............ ...... Fudge, R.......................3. Fuerstenberg, J................. Fuller, L. A. 53, 71, 81,124, Fuller, L. C..... ........ Fuller R. T ........................ Fulton, J. M..................... Furbush, C. I .................... Furbush, C. L........... Furnish, V ..................... Furst, A. S........................ Furst, E. S................. Gaddis, C. M.................... Gaddy, F...................... Gaffin, G. W.................. Gaffney, T......................... Gallagher, J. H.................. Gambrell, G....................... Ganson, E. R..................... Gardner, F. V. E....,.....44, Garlock, W.......... ......16, Garrison, E....................... Garvin, A. J...................... Gasser, H .......................... Gattshall, J. B................... Gay, C....... .......... Gayle, I. E........................ Gerhardt, C....................... Gerth, W. A............. Gertner, W........................ Giblin, W. IL......54, 60, 66, Gibson, H......................... Gibson, W. H..............112 Gibson, V. R..................... Gifford, M. B .................... Gigler, F. II...................... Gilbert, B. C.................41, Gilbert, R. H............ Gilbert, W. 0..................... Gilmore, J. C..................... Gilroy, F........................... Gill, C. R...... ......... Gill, J................................ Gillen, E. M..................... Gillen, M................ Gillespie, J. R,...............46, Gillian, G.......................... Girard, G. ........................ Girault, P......................... 60 141 68 65 96 151 37 158 53 100 150 50 22 81 119 70 151 44 5; 69 44 102 111 165 167 39 55 77 126 157 38 16 44 133 92 84 166 113 3 136 113 57 100 44 102 97 41 174 26 127 141 137 164 104 25 162

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Gleason, E. J.................... 55 Gleason, M....................... 141 Glenn, W. J........................ 100 Glennan, J. D................... 66 Gleenen, R. J..................... 53 Gloat, L. J........................ 48 Gloren, R. M..................... 26 Glunz, T........................... 37 Goble .............................. 16 Goddard, C. E ................. 39 Goddard, J...................... 111 Godfrey, E. S......... ........ 50 Godfrey, G. C. M. 23, 63, 90, 124......................... 143 Goerick, V........................ 88 Going, F. H...................... 91 Goodale, E. L.................... 49 Gooding, R. T......110, 130, 132 Goodman, J. A............3, 44 47 Goodnow, H. P ................ 15 Goodrich, C. L.................. 39 Goodyear, XV. I................ 90 Golden, G ........................ 34 Golden, P. J........................ 75 Golliday, 0. S.................... 53 Gompf. W. R ..................53 59 Gordon, T. V ...............94 154 Gorgas, W. C...............5, 9 13 Gorman, M....................84 117 Gormley, J. I..................... 34 Goulding, T. F.................. 42 Gow, G. C.................. 150 163 Grace, E... ..................... 103 Grady, J. J ....................... 110 Graham, J. L.................... 117 Graham, R.....................3, 100 Graham. S.......................... 56 Graham, W. C................... 137 Graham, W. R....15, 30, 44, 74, 98, 107, 109............ 169 Gray, C. 1........................ 122 Gray, D. A................... 7 Gray, D. M ........... .......... 9 Gregory, V. B...............66 70 Gregg, A........................... 113 Green, F. E........................ 9 Green, W. J........................ 39 Greenhall.......................43 66 Greenwald, J. P.................. 127 Greer, M. S........................ 127 Griffith, E 0...... ........ 36 Grimes, G. S...15, 52, 72, 77 99 Grimm, H. E ................... 35 Gruesbeck, W. W............... 7 Gudgeon, S. L.................... 55 Guensch, A........................ 104 Guiler, R. W...................... 86 9 Guild, C............................ 13 Gunn, J. C....................90, 115 Gunnard, F. R........... .65, 77 Gustafson, A...................... 100 Guthrie, J. B. 36, 38, 39, 43, 51, 52............................ 61 Guyot, P. E ..................... 141 Guym J. D ....................... 3 Gyger, G. R ...... .......... 61 Gwynn, J. D........................ 42 Hackett, G....................... 128 Hackney, S. 21.................. 68 H aff, V. L ....................... 93 Hagan, F. J...............,...... 135 Hagerman, G. C.........127, 138 Hagerty, B. F,.................. 123 Haggerty, B...................... 164 Haldin, J. A............42, 46, 49 H ale, L .P..................... 110 Halstead, F............. .... 59 H alstead, J............ 68 H all, E. ........ ........... 148 Hamann, H...... .......... 44 Hamilton, C.0 ................. 105 Hamilton, J. K................. 148 Hamilton, L. C.. .............. 53 Hamilton, W. D............... 39 Hamilton, W. H................. 131 Hannond, V. D............... 39 Hanagan, 1..... .....), 78 Hancock, W. F ................. 41 Hlane, J. L................ 111 Hankins, I. A.................. 30 Hanlinson, F. A...........101. 145 Hanks, .V..... ............... 120 H anley,J. E...................49, 56 Hansen, A...................109, 111 H ansen, J. D...................... 78 Hardenbergh, R. W.......4.5, 49 Harden, W. A..................... 136 H are, L. R......................... 64 Hargrave, R ..... .....38, 93 Hargrave, P. P.................. 55 Hargrave, T. M.................. 53 H arper, J. ....................... 37 Harper, R. B............42, 77, 173 Harper, W. A................65, 148 H arrer, C........................... 144 Harrigan, J. F.................... 53 Harrington, C. F............... 137 Harrington, W. C............... 54 H arris, A. J....................... 68 Harris, J............................ 126 Harris, W. L..... .......... 123 Harroun, I........................ 98 Hart, W. H..................142, 147

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10 Hartle, M. M...................... Hartley, F......................... Hartley, F. M................... Hartley, F. W ................ Hartman, C. F.. 15, 17, 117, Harvey, L. S...................... H arvey, S. C........................ Hasbrouck, H. C................. Haskin, W. L................ Hastings, 0.........63, 137, Hatfield, A. P...................... H auck, G ......................... Haussener, A. A.........3, 46, Havens,B.F. 5,15,30,44,65, Havice, J. H.........107, 132, Havis, W .C.-... ................ H aw kes, J........................... Hawkins, S. G..................... H ayes, A. T ....................... Hayes. E. \1. 48, 63, 74, 91, Haze, H. A........................ Hazlett, J. R ............. ....... Healy, C. H ..................... Healy. F. W..................... Heapes, W. W.............. Heatherly, R. S.................. Heavren, R. M................... Hecker, F. J....................... Heg. E. E................. Heidel ..................... Heidel, F........................... Heil, J............................... Heineman, A..................... Heisman, E. F................... Helmick, E. A.................... Hempburn, W. I............... Henry, F. M...................... Henry, M. J...........36, 104, Hennissy, P............... Henzman, C ............ Hepburn, C. B. 15, 16, 28, 46, 102 Hepburn, W. J.................. Herbert, C. A.................... Herman, M ....... .....36, Henderson, W. K.............. Hewes, W. A...................... Hewes, W. H...................... Hewitt, F. A...................... Hickey, J. B. 7, 26, 30, 35, 74, 87,113, 118,129,132, 133 Hickman, E. A............48, Higgins, A. 3, 58, 63, 68, Hildebrandt, J............. Hillen, J...................... Hindert, E. G................44, 122 34 125 165 172 49 137 40 72 153 90 49 49 79 157 137 122 113 107 101 31 39 148 147 126 39 147 10 34 129 146 174 122 71 68 111 151 127 86 121 158 57 122 96 47 55 9 20 159 54 83 122 105 55 Hinds, E......................98, Hinckle, E C..................... Hinman, L M.................... Hirshinger, H. J............44, Hiscock, J, E .................. Hobart, H. C............... Hoffman, F W...............89, Hoffman, W. H............ Hogan, D..,........... Hogan, J. E........ 105, Hogan, J. P ........... Hogan, W. 0 ........... Hogen, E. J... ....... Holbrook, W. A ......... Holden, D. H............ Holden, G. H ........... Holden, G. J............ Holman, J .......... H olman, T .............. Holmes, J. J.......... Honian, 0. H ......... Hood, D....... ...... Hood, D. N ............ Hooe, A. S.. ........ Hoppin, C. B........... Horahan, J.......... Horan, J..,.... 102, 103, Horning, 0. H ...... ..... Horting, G. W ............. Hoskins, W. S ................ Houghton, H. A................ Housah, J. S...................... H ouser, J. L ...................... Houston, J. B. 109, 115, 121, 169, Houston, G. A. Van .......... Howard, C................ Howard, J. 0..............105, Howarth, F..................... Howerton, W. C................ H ow ry, J......................... Hoyle, D. D...................... Hoyle, E. D....................... Hubbard, C. R................... Hubbard, J. B.................... Huff, L. 0 ......................... Huff, 0. M......................... Hughes, J.......................... Hulzier .................... Humphrey, C. F................. Humphrey, J..................... Hunt ................. Hunt, C. D. V.........24, 74, Hunt, E. P........................ Hurley, J................ Hurley, T. E................ Hurst, W. R..................45,

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Husinger, H. J .................. Inge, B .......................65, Innis, J. J.......................... Irish, P. H....................35, Irwin, J. J........................ Lives, E. B.....125, 131, 133, Jackson, A. S..................... Jackson, C. A..................... Jackson, F ...................... Jackson, H. F ................... Jackson. S. A ............... 53, Jackson, P. L.................... Jacobs, C. C ..................... James, F.....:......... 63, James, J. E................. 122, James, N. E...................... James, N. T ..................... James, W. F ............. Janda, J. F ............. 92, 94, Jarrett, G. D... ......,.......... Jenkins, P. L ..................... Jenkins, W. D .................... Jeunet. E. A ................. 35, John, J. S. St ............ Johnson, A. T. ................. Johnson, F. C.................... Johnson, J ......................... Johnson, W. J.................... Johnson, W. 0............ 117, Johnston, A....................... Johnston, J. D................... Johnston, W. H........... 39, Jones, E. W ....................... Jones, F. B.................... Jones, H. W....................... Jones, J. H .............. Jones, J. R......................... Jones, S............................. Jones, W ......................... Jordan, II. B .................... Jordan, L. W............. 123, Jordan, S. S........ 1, 49, 87, Jorgenson, H. P.......... Junco, L............................ Kahle, W.......................... Kaiser, E........................... Kaltschmidt, E. M............. Kane, T. R .... ...... 126, Kauffman, R. K................ Kean, J. R.................... Keene, W. A ...................... Keenum, A. M................... Kelsey, W. B..................... Kelleher, J.................. 143, 3 Keller, D. E ............. Kelly, D. F .............. 148 Kelly, E. L.............. 54 Kelly, J................. 55 Kelly, J. P.................. 75, 53 Kelly, S...... ........... 161 Kelly, N. S ........... 92, 102, Kemp, C. E ...................... 116 Kendall, H. F................... 44 K ent, A ............................ 114 Kennedy, C. W........ 79, 41 Kennedy, E. L............... 59 Kennedy, E. R.................. 109 Kennedy, R. W ............... 53 Kennedy, V. A ........... 35, 78 Kenner, A .................... 174 Kenner, J. B...... 34, 43, 44, 122 Kennon, L. W. V.............. 174 Kernan, P ....................... 113 Kerrick, H. S..................3, 147 Kesterson, C. M................ 167 Ketchum, H. W..............20, 53 Keys, G. T........................ 42 Kimble, R. F....................... 55 K im es, L .......................... 95 K ines, L., Jr........................ 35 K ing, C ............................. 48 K ing, 5.............................. 111 Kirby, H...... ............... 127 Kirkman, G. W.,................. 123 Kite, W, G.............. 142 Kittrell, B. H................52, 54 Klapp, B...................... 66 Kleeman, A, E..........,....35, 92 Kline, W, C................. 143 Klusmeier, H..... .......... 17 K luper, J. J........................ 72 Knapp L....................43, 141 Kneedler, J. L.................... 139 Knecht, E. J....................... 103 Knight, H. E............64, 65, 94 K nisely, C.......................... 126 Knopp, M. T................. 149 Knowlton, J. L......... 134 Knust, J. G, F.............127, 96 K och, D ............................. Kochersperger. S. M....111, 131 Kohlseth, H. L.................. 123 Kolster, D. A. H...124, 125, 75 K om ie, J............................ 138 Kraatz, O ......................... 97 Kramer, S. P., 8, 9, 20, 78, 20 81, 55 Kratz, L. M................. 126 Kraus, C........................... 39 Krause, H. C...................8, 149 Krautter, K........................

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12 Krebs, J.............................. 128 Kress, J. A......................... 47 Kromer, L. B .................... 122 Kubiak, W............... 137 Lacey, F. E...........50, 95 Ladd, E. F ....................... 129 Lafitte, J. de L................. 123 Laffiter, J.......................... 137 Lafler, C ........................ 39 La Grass, P. J...............49, 56 Laby, W .......................... 38 Laine, D. T...... .......9, 46, 90 Lamar, C,....................96, 150 Lamar, LeGare....130, 141, 165 Lamb.............,................. 74 Lamb, G. W.....,............... 149 Lamb, W. E...................... 122 Lamke, H...................... 126 Lamp, H. G...................... 168 Lancanshire, W. H............ 35 Landon, E......................... 41 Lang. C. E....... ......... 41 Lapselv, F. W.................... 64 Lare, E. E........................ 126 Larimer, j...................35, 55 Larson K...... .......... 111 Lauer, S. D...................... 127 Laufer, G..... ........... 146 L aw K .............. ............. 43 Lawrason, G. B..........134, 135 Lawrence F................... 26 Lawrence, H. W................. 132 Lawrence, T....................... 58 Lawwill, C........................ 134 Leach, J. A......................... 104 Leach, J. S... .................... 70 Leach, L. B ........... ........... 165 Ledford, W..................... 151 Ledlie, S. M...................... 141 Leavy, G........................... 154 Leckert, L ............. .......... 53 Lee, F................................. 146 Lee, J. R .......................53, 123 Lemay, D......................... 37 Leonard, T....................... 30 Lester, D......,..........47, 54, 171 Lewellyn, A. L................... 54 Lewis, C. L....................... 147 Lewis, E. F ...................... 44 Liebenrood, W. B.....36, 43, 83 Liew, F. T. Van...........113, 123 Lillie, R. W................... 42 Lindsay, J. R......41, 67, 74, 81,82, 94, 96, 117 Lindsay, P. A.................... 56 Lindsey, R. J................... 75 Linnehan, J. A................... Lipscomb, R. 0........17, 20, Lissak, O. M......37, 38, 88, 105, 124,143, Little, j ................. Little, W. G....................... Littlebrant, W. T. 132, 142, Liversay, B....................... Lloyd, A. A....................... Loch, W .......................49, Lockart, W. J............... Loftus, M .J....... ............ Logan, G. H. 5, 30, 44, 47, 65, 93, Logan, XV. H..... ..,..101, Long, C. H..................... Long, G. T...... ....... Long, J. D.......................... Longest. J. W.................... Looby, P .......................... Loos, W .J.....................49; Lord, H. M................86, Lott, A G...........126, 135, Lottridge, C. M,.............. Loud, D. C........................ Lough, G. A..................... Low, B N..................... Lowe, E.................. L owe, J. C................. Low e S. E....................3, Lower, A. ................. Lozinger, H ........................ Luckett, J. B................ Lundy, P................... Lutes, It................... Layke, J. J.....................37, Lyons, E.............................. Lyman, F. E.....,.................. Lynch, G.............................. Lynch, J. A.................. Lynch, J. J,.......................... Lynch, J. R. 73. 74, 85, 86, 98, 109, 121, 149, 169 Lyster, T. C.........117, 132, Macauley, J.... ......... Mace, W. H....................... Mackereth, A.............. Mackie, A.......................3, Mackinson, J. H................ MacNaughton, P. D........... M agna, J....................... Mahan, M. H..................... Mahoney, W. J.................. Makin, H. G............ Maley, E.E......,..........126, Malia, M.......................... 173 53 144 55 40 149 35 43 56 43 86 101 172 72 137 149 39 30 56 129 141 35 168 96 107 80 30 44 104 20 3 54 61 45 166 111 168 153 137 47 163 141 53 92 43 153 102 53 120 139 160

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Malick, A. C...................... Malke, F.... .........132, Malone. B..................... Malloy, M.............. Malloy, W. M.............. Mangan, J. R..................... Manley, C. J............46, 48, Mann, NV. B...................... Marshall, C....................... Marshall, J. N ........... Marshall, J. T..............72, Marshall, T. R.........38, 49, Martin, G. C .................... Martin, H. C ................... Martin, J. D ........ ........36, M artin, M ......................... Martini, A ................... Martindale, E. B....93, 105, Martinez. B....................... Marquette, L ............ Mason, C. E...... ...... M ason, W ......................... Massey, L ........................ Mathias, J....... ...........39, Maxam, J. A..................... Maxfield, J. E.............. Maxwell, J. J............. Maxwell T. H.................... M ay, D .L ......................... M ay, J. W ......................... May, W. T........................ Mayer, H. A ............ Mayes, E................ Mayeskie, J. R ................. Maynard, M. B.............75, M azzuri, P ......... .............. MIeacham, F. A........10, 96, Meahan, M. H.......103, M eans, G. E ..................... Meech, A ................... Mefford, S. M............7, 17, Mercer, C ......................... Merzig, P. N..................S Merregold, A................ Merrill, H. I ..................... Merrill, W. G...,............108, Mesa, F. M........................ Metcalf, W.C...............46, Michael,J. S............... 47, Middlemiss, W. H............. Milburne, D .................. Milner, T. A...... ............... M illar, E .A ........................ Miller, A. I........................ Miller, C. H............. Miller. C. J........................ M iller, F ....................... 131 146 100 31 113 33 50 44 51 55 122 119 123 54 43 148 39 124 100 160 43 86 126 111 53 153 153 35 120 126 123 61 141 44 116 117 120 149 49 141 53 45 17 72 39 118 32 49 118 43 3 61 41 82 93 110 53 Miller, G......................113, Miller, G. A...... ....... M iller, H .B....... ........ Miller, H. J ............ Miller, H. R............ Miller, S. W ....... ..... Miller, W............... Miller, W. H....... ...41, Mills, W. E. ............ Mills, W. N.............. Miner, F. L............. Miner, H..... .......... Miner, J. A...........36, Mitchell, A.... ........ Mitchell, J. A............. Mitchell, J. M............... Mitchell, M.... ........ Mitchell, R. D.. ....... Mitchell, W. 4, 13, 58, 75, M oale, E...............91, 92, Moherg, C. A.............140, M oloney, I....................... Montgomery, B. C............ Montgomery, C. W............ Moren, AM. P.............57,72, Morgan, H...... ........ Morgner, H... .......... Moore, A. A ............ Moore, B. C.. ....... Moore, J ............ Moore, J. C.... ......... Moore, J. R............. Moore, W. C............ Moorehead, C. E ........ Morrell, L. MI .......... Morrin, P.... ....... Morris, A. P ......17, 81, Morris, G. B............. Moses, G. W.......69, 99 Moses, H1. C ............ Moss, C. W. ............. Mothersill, P .........44, Mott, T. B.............. Moquin, A. J ......... Muir, C. H............... Mullen, J............112, Muller. I-I................. Mullikin, J. C ........... Murchison. I............. Murphy, E..................104, Murphy, G.................. 49, Murphy, J............ 113, 122 Murphy, J. L.. ........ Murphy, P. F............ Murphy, T. 0............ Murray, R. K............ Murray, L. T... ........

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14 Murray, T. L..................... Murray, W. F................... Muscher, H. G................... Myrick, J. R...................... Myer, F. W ..................... Myers, W. H..................... McAlpine, A ....................... McCabe, W. T..................... McCaffrey, C. J.................. McCaffrey, F...........20, 39, McCann, H....................... McCarthy, A. P.........110, McCauley, A..................... McCauley, T. F................. McChristal, J............. McCook, P. H................... McCoole, C .................... McCord, D. P............. McCormick, J.................... McCormick, L. A............... McCoy, F. B.................... McCoy, J. F..................... McClellan, J.............10, 37, McClernan, J..................... MeClernan, J. M................ McClure, C., Jr.................. McClure, C. A...............48, McCullach, F. A................. McDermott, C...............70, McDevitt, W....................... McDonald, H................39, McDonald, J. F.................. McDonald, J. H................. McDonald, W. M............... McDonough, M. J....71, 96, McDougal, D..................... McDowell, E. C.............46, McFarland, C.............133, McGann, J. J............ McGerry, A. M.................. McGinty, L....................... McGinty, R....................... McGloin, P.............37, 45, McGoveney, C S.. ...... McGowan, J. T.......74, 80, McGradV, W.................... McGrath, F. J............. McGrath,J .:..... ......... M cGuire, J....................96, McGunnigle, G. K:....... McHardy. V..................... M clH enry, J.......,.............. McIntire, W......................... McKee, O. L. ................. McKeever, M.................. McKenna, F. B............13, McKenna, P. J................... 55 29 39 172 111 143 167 113 129 81 166 125 58 89 99 125 32 121 40 35 123 129 47 100 137 148 51 54 140 53 113 117 58 3 131 31 88 165 7 110 149 149 86 34 168 100 44 132 132 135 132 96 87 34 136 43 15 McKenzie, F. A................... McKeown, D..................... McKeown, G. L............35, McKnatt, J....................... McLaughlin, J. B................. McLaughlin, G. P.......... McLaughlin, J. J................. McLaughlin, W. B............ McLeod, A............83, 105, McMahon, J. E.............68, McMahon, S. J.................. McManus, B..................... McManus, E. M................. McMillan, M. B.................. McMuller, G............ McMullen, G...............107, McMurdy, C. D.................. McMurty, A..................... McNamara, J..................... McNatt,J..,.............. McNaughton, R. H..... ...... McNiff, H........................... McNulty, G. F..................... McRae, J........................... McRae, J. D........................ McVeagh, J. C................ McVean, C. C..................... McVickar, J. A................. MeWigginton, F................. Nangle, S .......................... Nattinger, J. B.......... Navailles, L........................ Navlor, W. S.. 110, 130, Neder, A .............................. Neely, -.......................... Nelson, G. H..............53, Newell, C. A............... Newman, W....... ...... Nicol, G................ Nicolay, j.......................... Nichols, C. E...... Nichols, B. W................... Niedeman, W. F. de......101, Niemyer, W .............36, 43, Niles, L, 67,70, 93,134,142, Nitchman, W. 0................. Noble, G. R........................ Noble, W. J... .............. Nolan, C..,.............. N olan, J ......... ................ Noonan, T. F.................... Norington, C. A................. Norman, S ................. Norman, T........................ Normoyle, J. E................... Northrup, H...................... 53 74 58 129 89 100 102 51 116 71 136 141 53 150 102 165 37 122 31 128 53 141 135 101 111 113 139 40 156 111 48 100 132 53 127 69 71 145 38 125 84 129 127 83 149 113 23 53 140 167 112 30 81 79 95 102

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Norton, -.. ............ Norris, A. L..................53, Nottinger, J. B.................. Nourse, J. F................. Oberschelp, E....................... O'Brien, J. H..................55, O'Brien, J. W....................... O'Connell, J. J..................... O'Connell, P........................ O'Connor, J. R................... O'Connor, P........................ Odea, T............................... Odell, A. 0........................... Odell, A. S....................... Odell, W.............................. O'Donnell, J........................ Offer, W. H........................... Ogleman, J........................... Ohern, J................................ Oliver, E. M ........................ Oliver, L. V........................ Olson, 0.............................. O'Neil, J................................ O'Neil. P.............................. O'Neill, B,........................... O'Neill, H.....................128, Opdyehe, II. G..................... O'Reilly, P.....................66, O'Reilly, R. I...........72, 74, Oswald........................... 43, O'Sullivan, T. T.................. Oviatt, F. D........................ Owens, C. W ..................105, Owens, J.............................. Owens, T. H.....................3, Pagan, G. E......................... Pagan, W .R....................... Page, F. M. 2, 23, 96, 99, 142, Pahnke, R. J....................... Paldo j............................... Palnatier, H..................... Palmer, W .H................. Palmieri, J. B................... Paris, L. .............. Parker, C. F..............131, Parker, F. 1 :.................... Parker, J. W .................... Parker. T. S. ................ Parkhurst, C. D.........147, Parrot, J. M ...............103, Parshall, G. B...............53, Partello, J. M .T............... Pasco, XV. D.................... Patnode, W....................... 16 59 3 45 113 72 121 149 44 28 55 138 58 48 166 93 110 150 45 43 123 90 137 119 104 129 5 133 118 66 104 84 106 111 44 53 59 143 63 100 123 146 169 137 132 50 44 45 149 136 59 125 48 39 Patrick, E. E................... Patten, C. A.................. Patten, G. H...............44, Patterson, J .................... Payne, J....... .............. Peabody, W .I ..... ........ Peake, W............................. Pearson, D. C.................... Pearson, E. P........... Pedley 0.............................. Pederson, W. D.................... Peed, G. P.......................79, Peltier, P. J..................162, Pellon, A............................. Penfield, W. G...................... Penkalske, J....................49, Pcnny, A. D....................44. Peralto, J. C........................ Perkins, E. W .................82, Perkins, H. L....................... Perry, 1'. H.......................... Peters, A. A .................100, Peterson, C. A..................... Peterson, M. R.................... Peterson, P.......................... Peterson, W ......................... Pezuela, C............................ Phelan, H............................ Phelps, W. L...................20, Phillips, W. A...................... Phister, N. P.............35, 50, Pickering, J. N..................... Pielert, 1. P........................ Piening, E............................ Pierson, I. G....................... Pillsbury, J. D.................71, Pindar, W.....................161, Piper, A. R........................... Piper, T. E.......................... Pitcher, W. L............41, 48, Pitcher, F............................ Place, 0... .......................... Plumer, E. H....................... Poey, E. C........................... Pollack, S. W................150, Pollak, M. J......................... Polley, 1.............................. Pollner, ......................78, Pomrov, A........................... Pomroy, F. H.................78, Porter, G. G......................... Porter, J. V......................... Poorter, L. de...................... Potter, L. j ........................ Powell, H. McL....117, 123, Powers, R. B....................... Prager, A.............................

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16 Prates, S. H......................... 61 Prew, C............................... 162 Price, E. R........................... 129 Pritchard, J. W.................... 126 Proctor, A. W...................... 139 Pruitt, M. S......................... 111 Pugh, J. T........................... 53 Quay, A. G. C .................. 20 Quinn, F........................... 10 Quinn, W J ...................... 139 Quinton, W. W..............86, 148 Quisenberry, H. H........53, 59 Rahan, L. P......................... 50 Rahily. V. T................... 49, 56 Rainold, M. W..................... 69 Ralston, A. X...................... 30 Ramsay, W. A ..................... 35 Rarey, H. L........................ 53 Rayson, M. C................. 3, 20 Reade, E. J........................... 88 Reading, J...................... 78, 103 Reagan, M........................... 113 Reagan, M. E...................... 166 Reardon, 7.......................... 56 Reap. W. F.................. 100, 109 Reber, S, 9, 22, 52, 89, 111, 131, 133 Reed, G. E............................ 110 Reed, L. 0............................ 135 Reed, W. L........................... 145 Reeder, R. P......................... 148 Regan, M. E........................ 155 Richman, G...................... 3, 48 Reider, P. E.......................... 148 Reilley, W....................... 33, 123 Remington, B...................... 68 Reske, F............................... 113 Retsch, H............................. 48 Reyer, G. A.......................... 115 Reynolds, I. L...................... 44 Reynolds, R. W.................... 45 Reynolds, T. E..................... 106 Reeve, E. Al................ 133 Reeves, J.............................. 126 Rhea, J. C..................... 44, 145 Rhodes. A. C....................... 102 Rice, J. H ............................ 141 Rice, S.............. 15, 81, 117, 128 Rich, C. M........................... 77 Richards, J........................... 90 Richmond, E. T. C. 93, 117, 131 Richmond, R. W.................. 139 Richmond. V...................... 115 Rickard, R 0...... 4, 61, 95, 98 Rickerson, G...................... 126 Riley, H. E ........................ Riley, W. H.......................... Risselada, A......................... Ritz, J. M. .................... Ritthie, 7.......................... Rix, A F ............................ Roach, C. E ....................... Roache, R. C.................... Roberts, J.............. ......... Robertson, E. B. 58, 62, 64, 82, Robertson, W. M................. Robinson, C. E.............. Robinson, F. U............ 117, Robson, E. G..................... Roche, E. A.......................... Rocheford, W............... 123, Rockenbach, S. D.........148, Rodman, J. B....................... Rodriguez, F........................ Rogan, C. B............93, 114, Rogers, A............................. Rogers, G............................. Rogers, R. M................54, Rolfe, R. H., 24, 26, 27, 30, 37, 46, 48, 55, 60, 70, 85, 90, 92, 97, 112, 135, 136, 138, 140, 142, 143, Romeyn, C. A .......... ......... R omoguera. J...................... Romans, J. W..............49, Rooney, 1..................... Ros, I.......................55, Rosenblatt, J...................... Ros, J. W........................... Rossiter, P. S.................48, Rowe, A. T................... 54, Rowe, P ........................... Rowell, F. W....................... Rowland, J. V.................... Rucker, L. S. D.................... Ruckman, J. W.................. Runner, W. S .......... ........ Rushing, WV. D .............133. Russell, A............................. Russell, C. V...................... Rupert, F. G.................113, Ryan, A............................... Ryan, G. J......................... Ryan, J. B............. ........... Ryan, J. P........................... Ryan, J J., 9, 20, 29,58, 63, Ryn, J. L..................... Ryan, M............................ Sabin, E.......................... Salazar, W. E............. 97, 113 155 132 123 40 45 97 55 31 88 115 123 144 138 37 128 172 45 63 161 137 119 61 151 164 56 56 100 131 1i 29 142 139 140 145 (1 133 131 100 142 151 54 139 39 104 113 113 168 127 126 107 121

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Sallies, M. J...................... Sample, S. S .................... Sanderman, H. C............... Sanders, T .................. Sanders, W. M ................ Sanderson, G. H................ Sanger, P.......................... Sargent, F. H.................... Savage, E. B...............103, Savage, J. E...................... Sawin, E. T ..................... Saxby, E. A............ Saxey, E....................... Saxon, T. L....................... Sayles, J. F..................12, Scales, W........................... Scantling, J. C....67, 71, 79, Schenck, A. D............1, 70, Scherf, H. A....................... Scheying, J. B.................... Schiappeasse, L................. Schlobohm, G. W............... Schneider, A..................97, Schroeder, R...................... Scluer, J........................... Schultz, A. G.................... Schultz, G. E....................... Schultz, J........................... Schurman, G................. Seliwarer, P...................... Schwarz, j........................ Schwarz, 7.................... Scott, D........................... Scott, W. E....................... Scott, W. S........................ Schmidt, E. R.................... Scully, J. W .................. Searle, E. H....................... Searson, 0........................... Seffers, 0. W..................41, Seith, L. F........................... Selby, G............................... Sellers, F............................. Sembler, A.......................... Seras, R............................... Serrell, G............................. Seth, S............................... Seume, F. A.................. Seward, M. A.................... Seyburn, J. R........88, 147, Shackle, F. J...............58, Shaffer, C. H....................... Sharp, B. J. C............ Sharp, E. J.....................46, Shamp, T. E...................38, Shantz, G....................167, Shaugnessy, J. P................ 119 6 113 11 113 77 39 68 115 152 39 43 104 53 81 137 134 95 110 46 113 145 144 39 111 139 87 123 100 119 112 83 80 168 48 53 74 103 39 83 30 18 39 3 90 137 98 153 136 167 142 135 96 48 81 174 137 Shaw, J. J....................... Shaw, R. R........................ Shaw, T........................ Sheebeck, W...................... Sheedy, J........................... Sheehey, J. J...................... Shefflin, T........................ Sheldon, G. A...............27, Shelrone, H. T .................. Sheridan, J.............. Sherman, C. E.............. 12, Sherman, J. E.................... Sherry, M. J...................... Sherwood, C. E................. Shepard, V..............58, 64, Sheppard, T. R........33, 81, Shetrone, H. C................. Shilling, H ....................... Shocdey, M. A. W.............. Shoemaker, J ............. Shoulder, R................... Shuler, J. A..................... Shuler, L. T............ ...... Shuls, C.............. Sibley, F. W............... Sichterbeck, E............. .... Sickel, H. G..................64. Sickle, L. Van.............. Sidwell, F. E...................... Sills, W .C .......................... Simonds, L. B.................... Simmons, W. L.................. Singer, T.................... .... Singleton, J. A.............. Siron, J............................ Slattery, G. T.................... Smidt, J............................ Smiley, S. C.................107, Smiley, S. E ................... Smith, A. G................... Smith, A. L. 28, 49, 55, 72, 76, 88, Smith, C. B ................123, Smith, C. D....................... Smith, C. F ....... ..-. 23, Smith, C. L.................... Smith, C. P ..................... Smith, D...........128, Smith, E. Q ...................... Smith, P .......................... Smith, F. A .................. Smith, F. F..................36, Smith, G. D .................35, Smith, G. R...................43, Smith, G. W................. Smith, H...................... Smith, H. B.................... 17

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18 Smith, H. C.............. ...... Smith, H. J ....................... Sm ith, J......................... Smith, J. J.............. Smith, R. M............ Smith, T. C...................... Smith, T. F................ Smith, W. D..................... Smith, W. J........................ Smoke, S. A....................... Snay, J...... ....... ............... Snedden, R R.................... Sniffin, F. W............ Snow, C. V........................ Sommers, H. J...............33, Someillan. M. E................. Southwell, D...............153, Sparrenberger, F. H......103, Sparrow, F. W,.................. Sparling, J. W.............. Spencer, C ............. Sperrow, S........................ Spring, H......,.............. Spurting, G. G................... Stack, P. A....................... Stafford, J.....67, 74, 81, 89, Staley, H. B ...................... Stamford, H. W..6, 60, 109, 111, Stark, A. N.. 119, 124, 131, Starr, C. G........................ Stebbins, H. M ................ Stedman, E. B................... Steele, J. A............. Steele, T............... Stein, M ................ .....65, Steiner, E. H..........64, 154, Stephens, J. F.................... Stevens, A............. Stevens, G. W. S............ Stevens, H............. Stewart, E. L.................... Stewart, H. W .......... Stewart, J. T ..................... Stewart, L. H. F................ Stickle, J. P........................ Stine, M ........................ Stinger, J. A...................... Stockman, G. D ................. Stone, E. B........................ Stone, J. H ... ..............70, Stonerode, B................35, Storr. E..... ................... Strahley. C. F...................... Street, H. L......................... Stretch, J. F. 61, 65, 67, 74, 79, 55 112 165 167 40 83 136 67 39 44 137 34 57 84 104 73 162 142 97 31 137 67 139 68 130 122 34 112 144 123 77 121 81 143, 104 166 57 137 46 129 72 110 37 80 93 119 126 3i 39 140 55 59 56 71 81 Strickenburg, J. G....... 106, Strickland, E. H ............. Strickland, J. W................... Strickland, M.............. Stroeti, F. R..................... Strong, R. P.............9, 51, Stuart, J. C ....................... Sturgis, S. D..................41, Sullivan, F. J.................... Sullivan, H. D............106, Sullivan, J. C................ Sullivan, J. L...................... Sullivan, J. T..................94, Sullivan, P. J....................... Summerall, W. B...........33, Sumnerlin, J. D .... ..... Summers, H. L ......... Summer, A. J ........ Sumner, W. D. ...... Supple. J. H.. ...... Sutherland, R........... Swartwood, C .......... Swartwood, C. H ....... Swearingen, C......... Sweezey, C. D........... Sweeney, J. J ................74, Swigart, H. A...........6, 22, Swope, L. P....................... Swoope, L. T..........,.......... Taegar, J........................... Talbott, W. M........64, 109, .........124, 125, 133, 149, Talkington, W. C ............. Tange, A ........ ................ Tanner, E. M.............. 53, Tarr, A. F................... Tatlow, J. F.................35, Tatro, F. A....................... Taylor, A. C..................... Taylor, C. W..................... Taylor, D. B ................... Taylor, D. L.......... ........ Taylor, G. C...... ............. Taylor, H. M.................... Taylor, H. L..............119, Taylor, R. L,................... Tayman, C. E.............123, Tebbetts, H. H.................. Tedford, T......................... Teeter, A. B................ Terga, J. M. de la............... Terrett, C. P..................... Terriberry, W. S................. Terwilliger. G.................... Tetamore, W. D................. Tew, A. B.........................

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Tomas, A.................. Thomas, C. E...................... Thomas, D ........................ Thomas, E. B...................... Thomas, H, A..................... Thomas, H. D..................3, Thomas, L. C..................... Thompson, C...................... Thompson, F...................... Thompson, J. F.................. Thompson, J. S.............55, Thompson, S. B ................. Thompson, M................53, Thompson. W. G................ Thorp, W. A....................... Thornber, G. R................... Thornton, M...................... Thornton, T....................... Thrift, W. H......28, 30, 44, Tierce, L.......................... Tierney, J. A........................ Tifft, F. A......................32, Tillis, V. L................ Timberlake, E. J........79, 94 Timbrooke, D..................... Timlin, G. F................... Titus, C. R.......................... Tobin, E. M.........108, 116 Todd .................................. Todd, C. K.......................... Todd, R. F................ Tolley, J. S........................ Tompkins, S. R. H.68, 142, Toohey, J. J........................ Toomey, B........................ Torralbas, F.... ............... Tovre, T. L................ .... Towers, J.......................... Townsend, G. L................. Triggs, G. W...................... Trowbridge, R.......... Truby, A. E...................85, Turrell. J. M....................... Turnbull, W.. ............... Turnell, J. M..................... Turner, C. C........................ Turner, F. M................90, Turner, G. S........................ Turner, J. G......................... Turton, G. S...................35, Turpin, L. M....................... Tupes, H..............106, 126, Twigg, G. A........................ Tyler, S. H., 5, 15, 28, 30, 44, 50, 22 47 86 136 110 44 83 111 132 162 72 46 63 146 53 39 53 123 50 139 86 98 69 130 82 112 164 124 26 12 113 62 149 161 120 15 100 53 148 128 137 115 80 125 30 53 91 123 103 55 122 137 81 65 Ueberwald, L.................... 125 Usher, F. M. C................... Uzee, J. C..................... 3, Vanatta, R....................... Vanderbilt, N. G................. Vanderwort, F..........7, 13, VanHerrick, E ......... Varney, T. P. 100, 108, 109, 114, 129, 134, 149, Varnum, C. A............. Vaughan, C. C..................... Vaughn, N. W...................... Velazquez, R........................ Vinters, L. C........................ Vogdes, C. B.................144, Vogt, W. W......................... Vrooman, J.......................... Wade, E. J............. Wade, J. C................. Wagner, H. S.................95, Waldron, W........................ Walke, W................. Walker, C.......................... Walker, P............................ Walsh, P............................. Walther, E.....................42, Walters, E. F...............109, Walton, R. F ........... Wallace, C. S. 57, 78, 79, 99, 102, 117, Walls, H. J.......................... Ward, F. G....................23, Ward, J. W.......................... Ware, E............................... Waterman, J. C................... Watkins, B. H................95, Watkins, R......................... Watson................................ Watson, J.....................113, Watson, J. j...................... Watson, J. T. 48, 60, 78, 95, Watson, J. W.................... Watts, J. H........................ Weatherbee, H..................... Webb, J................................ Webber, G. L....................... Webber, H. A....................... Webber, P. A....................... Webster, E. K..................... Weeks, W. W...................... Weidenbach, P. H.............. Weigand, L. W.................... Weigel, W. 44, 58, 62, 82, 113, 114, 143 Weimer, J............................. Weinberger, M................... 19 24 53 3 43 17 54 152 67 10 132 100 42 146 150 83 115 126 147 111 41 80 45 39 43 129 44 127 31 33 82 119 145 133 3 127 119 41 123 45 43 111 137 130 66 43 144 27 155 87 148 90 39

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20 Weiner, 7............................ Weitzel, C. A ...................... Welch, P ....................3, 44 Wells D. D........................... Wells, J. H........................... Wells, L. W.......................... Wells, R. C.......... 34, Wells, U. G........................... Welty, C. R...... ................ Welty, W. H........................ Werner, M........................... Werzell, P............................. Wescott, R. H...................... Wheaton, J. C...................... Wheeler, H. K..................... Whipple, H. S..................66, Whittaker, S. J.................... Whitby, C. M..................... White, H ................84, 113, White, H. K.......................3, White, J. C......................... White, J. D.......................... White, J. W........................ White, L. A....................... White, M ...... ............... White, W. E........................ White, W. J.................. 29, Whitehead, H. C............ Whitehead, J....... ............ Whiting, J. P.................... Whitside, W. W.................... Whitsitt, L. E.................. Wilde, E ........................... Wildman, L. D. 20, 29, 68, 83, 98, Wilhelm, W........................ Wilhelm, W. H.................. Wilkes, W. J..................... Wilkins, H. E..................... Wilkins, J. S. 30, 44, 53, 80, 83, 108, 117, Wilkinson, H. B...........47, Wilkinson, J. F ............. Wilkerson, B. H................ Wilson, A......................... Wilson, C........................... Wilson, G........................... Wilson, G. B...................... Wilson, H. W...................... Wilson, J. C........................ Wilson, J. L....................46, Wilson, J. S.......................... Wilson, R. C....................... Wilson, R. H....................... Wilson, T. H....................... Wilson, W. B...................... Williams, C. A.................... 54 31 45 64 101 137 35 45 111 58 100 137 123 135 83 72 164 46 119 53 48 47 29 86 141 141 152 171 48 68 164 53 155 99 132 45 35 123 138 146 45 103 44 104 146 151 84 44 70 44 81 144 123 69 68 Williams, D. D.............. Williams, F. D.................... Williams, J. C...................... Williams, K. A.................. Williams, L. W.................3, Williams, W. F.................... Williams, W. T...............84, Williamson, L. D................ Williner, M............. Willis, E. P.......................... Williston, E. B...............21, Winn, W. B......................... Winnie, L..................... Wise, H. D............................ Wittenmyer, E.................... Wolf, F................................ Wolfe, E. P.......................... Wood. A. G....................80, Wood, J. D............................ Wood, J. E. P................. Wood, O. E........13, 65, 77, Wood, W............................. Wood, W. W....................... Woodbury, W. B................. Woodruff, C. A.................... Woodruff, T. M................... Woods, D. A........................ Woods, D. H........................ Woodside, R. W..............46, Woodward, G. M................ Wooten, J. B........................ Wooten, J. D............... Wooten, J. P..............4, 13, Wootring, S. B.................... Womer, C. H....................... Worley, E. J........................ Wright, J. W...................57, Wright, W. M..................... Wyeth, M. C.............40, 44, Yancey: A. .W ...................8, Yard, J. B........................... Yates, C............................... Yates, H. E.......................... Ybarra, A. M. F. de......... York, A.............................7, Young, C.............................. Young, D.............................. Young, G.................. Young, H. P ............24, 40, Young, J........................61, Young, J. T.......................... Young, L............................ Zaumbaugh, L..................... Zeferyan, M......................... Zeigler, C............................. 110 60 45 47 6 111 162 27 94 77 40 22 35 39 95 45 150 90 6 77 132 113 119 113 43 95 126 158 48 93 20 54 47 120 109 54 125 63 123 36 10 143 57 131 9 103 135 112 88 84 132 130

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INDEX TO SUBJECTS of Special Orders, Div. of Cuba. 1899. ABSENCE, LEAVE OF, (See "Names and Leaves of Absence.") ARTILLERY, (See "Troops.") ASSIGNMENT. Of Officers to stations: 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 34, 36, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 54, 55, 56 57, 58, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 78, 79, 81, 83, 84, 86, 89, 90, 93, 96, 98, 99, 100, 103, 104, 107, 109, 112, 115, 116, 117, 119, 120, 121, 124, 125, 126, 127, 129, 131, 132, 134, 137, 141, 143, 158 OF TROOPS TO STATIONS. 2d Co. Vol. Signal Corps.................................................. 47 11th Co. Vol. Signal Corps ................. ......15, 17 16th Co. Vol. Signal Corps................................................... 7 17th Co. Vol. Signal Corps................................................... 8 3rd Vol. Engineers................................... 27 10th U. S. Infantry.......:.......................40, 42 8th U. S. Infantry.........................................................106, 107 7th U. S. Cavalry................................................................9, 60 2d U .S. A rtillery................................................................9, 134 AUTHORITY CIVIL. M. A. Connally, to be turned over to District Attorney at Savannah, Ga.................................................................... 167 BOARD OF OFFICERS. (See also "Promotions.") Examination for appointment as Asst, Surgeon, 9th Volunteer Infantry....................................................................... 9 To devise a Uniform system of desinfection........................ 20 Examination for Post Quartermaster Sergeant........ 41, 50, 72 Examination for appointment as 2d Lieutenants............48, 50 Detail of additional members for.....................52, 54, 61, 62, 63 Dissolving, convened by S. 0............................................48, 63 Examination of officers for promotion................................... 63 To consider changes in the ration.......................................... 72 Examination of sewer at Columbia Barracks........................ 89 Examination for Acting Hospital Stewards............ 90, 124, 150 Determine accountibility for certain Q. M. Stores.................. 132 To appraise a public horse................................................ 143 To audit accounts of Ice Plant at Mil. Hospital No. 1......... 144 To report upon value of lads occupied by military railroad from Havana Harbor, also actual damages caused by construction of the same to adjoining properties.............. 172

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22 BOARD OF SURVEY. To act upon loss of Q. M, Stores.........................................1, 109 To examine beef from Transport "Michigan"..................... 13 Shortage of hay...........................................................15, 79, 82 Shortage in folding cots.................................................... 23 Shortage of sundry articles............................ 24 Shortage in buckets............................................................... 26 Shortage Q. M. Stores and Veterinary Supplies.................. 27 Destruction of Q. M. Stores by fire..................................... 30 To inventory effects of a deceased officer................................ 37 To examine quality and condition of beef.............................. 46 Shortage in revolving chairs.............................................46,_ 48 To appraise mules...................................................... 49 Shortage in Subsistence Stores................................... ...... 55 Shortage in Q. M. Stores.................................58, 92, 142, 152 Inspection of summer weight uniform clothing.................. 60 Shortage in Coffee pots, steel erasers, bran and oats, 62, 64, 70, 74 Theft of public animal and harness................................. 67 Shortage in Subsistence Stores......................... .. .70, 85 Damaged condition of Subsistence Stores .......................... 71 Shortage of Clothing and Equipage............ ......... 77 Shortage of Lumber.......................................................... 81 Shortage ninety sacks of oats.......................................... 81 Damaged and unfit hay................................................ 88 Loss of two field cases, cases and straps........................... 92 Damaged condition of yeast.............................................. 93 Shortage of an ash barrel................................................... 96 Breakage and damage of medical supplies....................... 105 Loss of medical supplies ..................................................... 113 Non-delivery of harness oil................................................ 113 Shortage of campaign hats,............................................... 114 Shortage of medical supplies............................................... 124 Detail of additional members of........................................... 133 Shortage of lard oil........................................................ 143 Loss of one case supplies and five cases of bar ack bags....... 143 CAVALRY. [See "Troops."] C ENSUS. Appointment of disbursing officers of,................................ 146 CIVILIAN EMroEs. [See also "Resignations and Transportation."] P. L. Clark, to report as clerk to Major Brow..................... 157 H. 0. Eaton, transferred to Ord. Depot Santiago................ 134 COURT--MARTIAL, GENERAL. Convened at Columbia Barraks..............................142, 147, 149 Convened at Pinar del Rio Barracks...................................... 145 Convened at Guanajay Barracks....................................... 148 Officers detailed as additional members of................ 45 Officers ordered as witnesses before................................122, 167 Officers detailed as Judge Advocates of...142, 1.45, 147, 148, 149 Officers detailed as counsils before.......... ......................132, 150 Trials by, 149, 150, 151, 155, 156, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 167, 168, 169 Dissolving...... ...................................................................... 157

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23 Remitting confinement imposed by........................................ 56 Remission of sentence of....................................................... 91 CUBA, DIvIsION OF. Officers relieved from duty in the, 4, 10, 39, 40, 44, 45, 47, 65, 79, 88, 91, 98,103,105, 106, 112, 115, 116, 117, 119, 120, 121, 125, 127, 128, 131, 134, 135, 136, 142, 144, 146, 150 Enlisted men relieved from duty in the, 17, 73, 78, 141, 145, 147, 158. 159, 114, 171 DESERTER To be sent from Havana to Pinar del Rio for identification. 83 DEPOT BATTALIONS. [See "Troops."] DISCHARGES. [See "Enlisted Men" also "Index of Names."] DISEASE. Investigation as to suspicious fever.................................20, 152 DUTY, SPECIAL. Officers detailed on................................................................26, 81 Officers relieved from ................................................................... 81 Enlisted men detailed on.........................................................12, 30 Enlisted men relieved from......................................................... 22 ENLISTED MEN, (See also "Names.") Ordered to join their commands, 13, 20, 22, 26, 28, 33, 34, 40, 43, 45, 46, 51, 53, 54, 61, 67, 82, 86, 100, 102, 103, 109, 1.11, 113, 116, 119, 121, 122, 123, 126, 128, 129, 130, 134, 135, 138, 139, 140, 142, 143, 145, 146, 148, 149, 153, 154, 156, 158, 160, 166, 171, 173, 174 Discharge of, 41, 45, 46, 48, 51, 53, 54, 55, 60, 64, 65, 82, 86, 87, 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, 95, 99, 105, 111, 122, 126, 145, 146, 148, 150, 157, 159, 166, 171, 172 Transfer of, 57, 63, 65, 68, 74, 75, 86, 91, 92, 93, 94, 101, 102, 105, 109, 113, 122, 125, 127, 128, 131, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 140, 141, 145, 168, 171, 172 ESCORT DUTY. To guard public funds on U. S. Transports................. 127, 129 To accompany remains of deceased officers ........................3, 35 FUNDS. [See also "Escort Duty."] Distribution and transfer of........ ................ 43 Inspection of money accounts of Insular...............157, 158, 163 HOSPITAL. Designating Alfonso XIII, as Military, No. 1..................... 5 Patients ordered to Military Hospital No. 1:-74, 76, 78, 104, 105, 114, 129, 135, 138, 143, 165 Patients ordered to Army and Navy General Hospital ....... 88 Patients ordered to General, at Fort Hamilton, N. Y., 126, 137, 138

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24 Patients ordered to, at Fort Bayard, N. M...........142, 151, 173 Patients ordered to Government, for the Insane......93, 113, 125 Discontinuance of Military, No. 2...................................... 102 HOSPITAL CORPS. Members of, ordered to posts, 51, 59, 71, 77, 79, 82, 85, 92, 98, 102,106,115, 119, 122, 125, 132, 133, 137,144,147, 148, 150, 160, 165, 174 Detail of Acting Hospital Stewards, 82, 85, 119, 128, 129, 130 Examination for Acting Hospital Stewards. (See "Board of Officers.") Reduction of Acting Hospital Steward to the ranks............. 56 INFANTRY. (See "Troops.") INSPECTION Of meat for issue to U. S. Troops.......................................... 41 Of refrigerated beef received from Transport "Kilpatrick".... 46 Of certain Subsistence Stores acted upon by a Board of Survey................................................................................. 94 Of money accounts of disbursing officers.................157, 158, 163 JOURNEYS. Directing officers to certain points on public business, 7, 9, 13, 16, 18, 20, 26, 28, 35, 36, 39, 41, 43, 47, 48, 50, 51, 52, 54, 64, 65, 66, 74, 78, 88, 90, 92, 112, 118, 127, 135, 136, 140, 172 Confirming, performed on public business, 5, 8, 19, 20, 27, 47, 52, 53, 57, 64, 76, 79, 83, 86, 88, 91, 93,99,105, 111, 120, 138, 140, 169, 170 LEAVES OF ABSENCE. (See "Index of names." 10, 13, 23, 27, 41, 44, 45, 47, 52, 55, 56, 57, 62, 63, 70, 71, 74, 84, 95, 96, 102, 109, 111, 114, 118, 122, 126, 130, 135, 136, 144, 148, 149, 159, 165 Leaves of Absence extended..............................................33, 35 Leave of Absence on account of sickness, 5, 43, 44, 49, 50, 56, 61, 69, 84, 88, 92, 93, 96, 106, 109, 115, 119, 122, 129, 130, 132, 142, 148 MILITARY PRISONERS. Ordered to Presidio, Carcel............... ..............52 To Fort M arion, Fla.......................................................... 46 T o M atanzas........................................................................ 48 To Fort M cPherson, Ga......................................................... 49 To Fort Columbus, N. Y., 61, 65, 96, 100, 104, 106, 112, 136, 137, 141, 142, 166, 174 To Columbia Barracks.............................. 123 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. (See also "Hospital" and "Hospital Corps."] Major W. F. Carter, of the, detailed as Acting ChiefSurgeon. 119 MUSTERING OFFICER. Lieut. C. W. Castle, 16th Infantry, appointed.................. 122 MUSTERED OUT. 2nd Lieut. H. A. Swigart, Vol. Signal Corps...................... 46 1st Lieut. O. S. Durfee, 2ndVol. Engineers........................ 58 1st Lieut. O. Benson, 2nd Vol. Engineers.......................... 58

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25 Brig. General L. H. Carpenter, U. S. V., after being, to remain in command of Department of Puerto Principe........ 62 NURSES, CONTRACT. [See also "Index of Names."] Ordered to: M ilitary H ospital No. 1.............................................16, 102 Colum bia Barracks.............. ............ ....................... 115 Puerto Principe.......................................49, 66, 69, 85, 147 Santiago.................................... ............98, 111, 146, 169 Manzanillo............... .................................... 102 To their homes, 49, 50, 75, 136, 138, 141, 144, 147, 148, 149, 152, 162 OFFICERS. [See also "Index of Names."] Assigned to stations, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25,27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 34, 36, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68. 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 78, 79. 81, 83, 84, 86. 89, 90, 93, 95, 96, 98, 99, 100. 103, 104, 107, 109, 112, 116, 117, 119, 120, 121, 125, 131, 132, 134, 137, 141, 143 Transferred................................. 123, 125, 131, 133, 164, 171 Ordered to join regiments: 10, 13, 19, 20, 40, 42, 44, 45; 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 54, 55, 57, 59, 71, 79, 84, 95, 99, 103, 111, 130, 144, 149, 172 Ordered before Boards for promotion, 37, 41, 44, 45, 51, 68, 82, 95, 117, 135, 145 Detailed as Aides-de-Camp ............................................... 173 ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. Setting aside certain buildings for the use of the................. 8 Detail of Depot Ordnance Officer......... .................37 Transferring of Ordnance Stores ..................................... 38 Assignment to Ordnance Depot, Havana.................. 38 Ordnance Stores for use of discharged soldiers en route to United States........................................................ 64, 65, 66 ORDERS. Amending of, 67, 89, 103, 104, 114, 116, 117, 122, 127, 141, 142, 144, 154, 163, 165, 166 Revoking of, 14, 45, 48, 49, 50, 53, 55, 62, 66, 69, 75, 76, 113, 121, 132, 133, 139 AY DEPARTMENT. Paymasters assigned to pay troops, 5, 15, 28, 30, 35, 43, 44, 74, 80, 85. 98, 100, 109, 114, 121, 124, 134, 149, 152 Paymasters assigned to stations............................................... 129 aymasters'clerks to accompany Paymasters............................ 5 RISONERS. [See "Military Prisoners."] PROPERTY. Engineering, to be turned over by Commanding Officer, 2d Vol. Engrs..................................... ........ 53 ROMOTIONS. [See also "Officers" and "Board of Officers."] Vol. Officers ordered before board for appointment as 2nd Lieuts. in the U. S. Army.................................47, 48, 49, 57 Enlisted men ordered before board for appointment as 2nd Lieuts in the U. S, Army............................................48, 78

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26 PUBLIC FUNDS. [See "Funds."] QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT. Detail of Acting Asst. Quartermasters .................5, 14, 16, To furnish transportation. [See "Transportation."] Transfer of Quartermaster Stores for use of Red Cross......... Rental of Quarters by the, for enlisted men, 20, 54, 59. 69, 80, 81, 84, 85, 89, 90, 94, 97, 99, 102, 105, 108, 109, 110, 112, 114, 116, 117, 118, 121, 124, 125, 128, 129, 131, 134, 138, 144, 154, RATIONs. Commutations of, to enlisted men. 3, 7, 8, 9, 12, 17, 20, 23, 25, 31, 33, 34, 35, 37, 38, 43, 44, 45,47. 48, 49, 50, 51, 53, 54, 57, 58, 59, 60,.62, 63, 65, 66, 67, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73. 75, 77, 78, 80, 81, 82, 83. 84 85, 86, 88. 89, 90, 91, 94, 96, 98, 99, 100, 102, 103, 104, 105, 109, 111, 112, 113, 114, 116, 119. 120, 121, 124, 125. 126, 128, 130, 131, 132, 134, 135, 136, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 144, 146, 148, 150, 151, 153, 154, 155, 158, 160, 162, 164, 165, 172, 173, Distribution of Cuban. ...............................................49, RAILROAD, MILITARY. Appointment of Director of the Jucaro and San Fernando.... RESIGNATIONS. Of Acting Asst. Surgeons...................................................31, Of Civilian Employes...................................... 45, 53, 64, 84, RECRUITING SERVICE. Recruiting for Band 2nd Artillery.......................................... Officers detailed on....................................................43, 144, SIGNAL C ORPS. 123 52 158 174 50 7 33 99 96 163 Change of Stations of companies of the..............7, 8, 15, 17, 47 Assignment of Officers of the, 3, 4, 9, 83, 109, 111, 124, 131, 133, 158, 161 Assignment of telegraph operators, 17, 18, 22, 25, 34, 36, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 63, 77, 100, 103, 106, 112, 128, 129, 160, 168 Construction of telegraph lines, 13, 28, 46, 58, 89, 91, 118. 165 SEWERAGE. Capt. A. W. Cook, 2nd Vol. Engineers, to supervise work on, in H avana...................................................................... 11 SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT. [See also "Index of Names, Boards of Survey, and Inspection."] Commutation of rations, [See "Ration, Commutation of."] Discontinuance of Subsistence Depot at Cienfuegos............. 115 Commissary Clerks to accompany Commissary Officers....... 16 Lieut. T. E. Boyd, 202nd N. Y. Vol. Infantry, to settle and adjust matters pertaining to the....................................... 41 TRANSFERS. [See "Officers and Enlisted Men."]

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27 TRANSPORTATION. [Se also "Troops."] To soldiers, 3, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 20, 22, 23, 35, 36, 39, 41, 76, 83, 93, 99. 111, 113, 114, 118,121, 124, 125, 127, 128, 134, 135, 137, 143, 162, 164, 170, 173 To civilian employes, 20, 51, 53, 64, 67, 77, 81, 84, 99, 103, 111, 122, 13S TRANSPORTS. [See "Troops.' ] Tiiis.-[See "Court-Martial."] TR )OPS. 1st Maine Artillery ordered to U. S. on Transport "'Michira n "................................................................................. 3 0 202nd N. Y. Vol. Infantry, ordered to U. S. on Transport "M innew aska ................................................................ 36 2nd La. Vol. Infantry, ordered to the U. S. on Ward Line.... 41 10th U. S. Infantry, ordered to the Dept. Matanzas.......40, 42 7th U. S. Cavalry, ordered to Dept. Prove. Havana and Pinar del Rio....................................... 60 7th U. S. Cavalry, one squadron to take station at Pinar del Rio................................................. 9 8th U. S. Infantry, ordered to the Dept. Prove. Havana and Pinar del Rio...........................................................106, 107 Signal Corps Companies at Cienfuegos and Pinar del Rio, ordered to the U. S. on Plant Line...................... 61 Depot Battalions ordered to the U. S. on Transports, 123, 125, 131, 133, 134 Depot Squadrons 8th and 10th Cavalry, ordered to the U. S. on Transports................................................................. 166 Headquarters and two battalions 15th Infantry, ordered to the U. S. on Transports...................................................... 166 Recruits and soldiers of the 8th Cav. and 15th Inf. now in Dept. Prov. Havana and Pinar del Rio, to proceed by Transport "Sedgewic' to Nuevitas and Puerto Principe....... 173 \ OLUNTEERS. [See also Troops."] Examination of records of.........................36, 39, 43, 45, 51, 52 WITNESSES. Ordered to appear before civil court...........................70, 71, 140 Ordered to appear before General Court Martial [See "Court Martial, General.'']

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SPECIAL ORDERS, 4 HEADQUARTERS, DIVISION OF CUBA. No. 1. 5 Havana, January 8, 1899. 1. A board of survey to consist of Captain Alexander D. Schenck, Second Artillery, First Lieutenant Edward H. Catlin, Second Artillery, First Lieutenant Sidney S. Jordan, Second Artillery, is appointed to meet at one o'clock, p. m., tomorrow, the fourth instant, at Vedado, Cuba, to inquire into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the loss of certain Quartermaster property for which Major John C. W. Brooks, Quartermaster of Volunteers, is accountable. 2. Major John G. Davis, Brigade Surgeon of Volunteers, is relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Corps, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for assignment to duty. 3. In accordance with telegraphic instructions from the Secretary of War, Commissary Sergeant Otto Kraatz, Subsistence Department, will take station at Trinidad, in the Department of Santa Clara, and will report for duty to the Commanding Officer at that point. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE, L. W. V. KENNON, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS,) HEADQUARTERs DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 2. 5 Havana, January 4, 1899. 1. Major John G. Evans, Inspector General, First Division, Seventh Army Corps, is relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Corps, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana for assignment to duty. 2. Captain Fred H. Page, Assistant Adjutant -General of Volunteers, is relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Corps, and will report to the Commanding General. Division of Cuba, for assignment to duty. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: L. W. V. KENNON, Assistant Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIvIsION OF CUBA, No. 3. j Havana, January 5, 1899. 1. First Lieutenant A. L. Devine, First Texas Volunteer Infantry, will accompany the remains of the late Colonel W. Haywood Mabry, First Texas Volunteer Infantry, to Austin, Texas. On completion of this duty, Lieutenant Devine will rejoin his regiment. The travel directed is necessary for the public service. 2. The Quartermaster will furnish transportation from Havana to Austin, Texas, for the remains of the late Colonel W. Haywood Mabry, First Volunteer Infantry. 3. The following named officers will report to the Commanding Officer, Eighth Infantry, at Havana, Cuba, for assignment to temporary duty with that regiment: First Lieutenant G. F. Cazell, 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry. First Lieutenant M. C. Rayson, 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry. First Lieutenant Geo. V. Farish, 2d Louisiana Volunteer Infantry. First Lieutenant Z. Fortin, 2d Louisiana Volunteer Infat itry. Second Lieutenant Ivan Murchison, 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry. Second Lieutenant R. Watkins, 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry. Second Lieutenant Geo. D. Stockman, 2d Louisiana Volunteer Infantry. Second Lieutenant William M. McDonald, 2d Louisiana Infantry. Second Lieutenant S. E. Lowe, Jr., 6th Missouri Volunteer Infantry. Second Lieutenant Julian B. Luckett, 6th Missouri Volunteer Infantry. Second Lieutenant H. D. Thomas, 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry. Second Lieutenant T.. W. Williams, 4tl Virginia Volunteer Infantry. 4. The following named officers will report to the Commanding Officer Tenth Infantry at Havana, Cuba, for assignment to temporary duty with that regiment :

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First Lieutenant Anthony A. Anheir, 161st Indiana Volunteer Infantry. First Lieutenant J. D. Guym, 1st North Carolina Volunteer Infantry. First Lieutenant Henry J. Freeman, 2d Illinois Volunteer Infantry. First Lieutenant J. R. Ballough, 49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry. First Lieutenant Downey Milburne, 6th Missouri Volunteer Infantry, First Lieutenant A. G. Epes, 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry. Second Lieutenant Percy Velch, 161st Indiana Volunteer Infantry. Second Lieutenant T. U. Owens, 161st Indiana Volunteer Infantry. Second Lieutenant H. .Hum4nger, 1st North Carolina Infantry. Second Lieutenant James A. Goodman, 1st North Carolina Volunteer Infantry. Second Lieutenant A. A. Haussner, 2d Illinois Volunteer Infantry. Second Lieutenant .S. Kerrick, 2d Tllinois Volunteer Infantry. Second Lieutenant .. B. Nottir-pr, 49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry. Second Lieutenant Gus. Reichman, 49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry. 5. The Quartermaster Department will furnish transportation from Havana to Matanzas, to the following named enlisted men of the Twelfth New-York Volunteer Infantry: Private R. L. Bolmer. Company B. Private William Buchanan, Company I. Private James Cooney, Company E. Private Harry Gilson, Company L. Private Richard Graham, Company I. Private Adolphus Sembler, Company G. The Chief Commissary will furnish the above named men with travel rations for one day. 6. The Chief Commissary of the Division will furnish the following named enlisted men of the Volunteer Signal

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Corps, with commutation of rations at the rate at $1.50 per day for a period of eight days: Sergeant Frank Kernat. Sergeant Roy Vanatta. Corporal Frank Ferrero. Corporal E. E. McManus. Private H. K. White. Private J. C. Uzee. Private A, Mackie. Private J. C. Francis. Private L. .Morell. Private Rufus Fudge. 7. First Lieutenant Albert .Dillon, Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from Havana to Puerto Principe, reporting to the Com handing General Department of Puerto Principe, as Signal Officer of that Department. The travel directed is necessary for the public service. 8. On the arrival of First Lieutenant Dillon at Puerto Principe. First Lieutenant Victor Shepard, Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from Puerto Principe to Havana reporting to the Chief Signal Officer, Division of Cuba, for assignment to duty. The travel directed is necessary for the public service. 9. Captain Ambrose Higgins, Volunteer Signal Corps, will pro(Ceed.from Pinar del Rio to Havana on public business, on the completion of which he will return to his proper station. The travel directed is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE, L. W. V. KENNON, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 4. Havana, January 6, 1899. 1. Captain Richard 0. Rickard, Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from Havana to Santa Clara, reporting to the Commanding General Department of Santa Clara, as Signal Officer of that Department. The travel directed is necessary for the public service. 2. Captain Julian P. Wooten, Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from Havana to Camp Columbia, reporting to Lieutenant Colonel Joseph E. Jlasfield, Volunteer Signal Corps, for assignment to duty. The travel directed is necessary for the public service. 3. Second Lieutenant William Mitchell, Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from Camp Columbia to Havana, reporting to the Chief Signal Officer, Division of Cuba, for assignment to duty. The travel directed is necessary for the public service. 4. In accordance with telegraphic instructions of the Secretary of War, dated War Department, Washington, January 5, 1899, Lieutenant Colonel Joseph E. Maxfield, Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty in the Division of Cuba, and will proceed from Camp Columbia, near Havana, to New York City, N. Y. On arriving in New York, Lieutenant Colonel Maxfield will report by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army, for instructions. The travel directed is necessary for the public service. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: L. W. V. KENNON, Assistant Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 5. 1 Havana, January 9, 1899. 1. Leave of absence for one month on surgeon's certificate is hereby granted Major John J. Archinard, Brigade Surgeon of Volunteers, with permission to apply for an extension of one month, and to leave the limits of this Division. 2. The journey performed by First Lieutenant Henry G. Opdyche, Volunteer Signal Corps, from Matanzas to Havana, Cuba, and return to Matanzas, for consultation with the Chief Signal Officer of the Division is approved, the travel being necessary for the public service. 3. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Paymaster of the Division, the following assignment of Paymasters for the payment of troops stationed in this Division, on the muster of December 31, 1898, is made, viz: At Pinar del Rio, Guanajay and Mariel, Department of Pinar del Rio, by Major Benjamin F. Havens, Additional Paymaster of Volunteers. At Matanzas, Cardenas, Sagua la Grande, Santa Clara, and Cienfuegos, by Major Glen H. Logan, Additional Paymaster of Volunteers. At Nuevitas and Puerto Principe, Department of Puerto Principe, by Major Clark M. Carr, Additional Paymaster of Volunteers. At Trinidad and Sancti Spiritus, Department of Santa Clara, by Major S. Heth Tyler, Additional Paymaster of Volunteers. The Paymasters above mentioned, accompanied by their authorized clerks, will proceed to such points in their respective Departments as may be necessary to carry out the above instructions. When practicable, the Quartermaster's Department will ship the necessary funds for these payments, and the field safes and chests required for their safe keeping by express; if not, transportation for escorts and guards will be furnished by Commanding Officers upon application by the Paymasters. Upon the completion of this duty, the Paymasters and their authorized clerks will return to their proper stations. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Major M. C. Butler, Chief Ordenance Officer of Volunteers, is appointed Acting Assistant Quartermaster at these headquarters. He will take up, and be accountable for all

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quartermaster's property pertaining thereto, receipting to the proper officers for the same. 5. The hospital heretofore known as Alfonso XIII, is designated as Military hospital No. 1, at Havana, Cuba. Major W. C. Gorgas, Brigade Surgeon, is assigned to command of Milit:t'y Hospital No. 1, at Havana, Cuba. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BitooKE: Assistant A(ijntant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 6. f Havana, January 10, 1899. 1. At the request of his Regimental Commander, Second Lieutenant L. IV Williams, 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry, is relieved from duty with the 8th Infantry, and Second Lieutenant F. B. Blankership, .4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry, is detailed in his stead. Lieutenant Williams will report to his Regimental Commander, and Lieutenant Blankership, to the Commanding Officer, 8th Infantry, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. First Lieutenant Joseph D. Wood, Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty at Pinar del Rio, and will report to Headquarters Seventh Army Corps, for duty under the Chief Signal Officer of that Corps. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Second Lieutenant H. JV. Stanford, Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Corps, and will report to the Chief Signal Officer at these Headquarters for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOK E: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, 1 HEADQUARTERs DIVIsION OF CUBA, No. 7. J Havana, January 12, 1899. 1. First Lieutenant Oscar F. Durffee, 2d Volunteer Engineers, is detailed as Military Director of the Jficaro and San Fernando Railroad in the Province of Puerto Principe. He will report, without delay, at these Headquarters for instructions. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Captain James B. Hickey, 8th Cavalry, will proceed to Matanzas, Cardenas, Santa Clara, Cienfuegos, Trinidad and Sancti Spiritus, returning to Havana via Cienfuegos, Santo Domingo, Col6n and Giiines, on public business, under the written instructions of the Division Commander. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Under authority of the Secretary of War, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named operators and linemen of the Volunteer Signal Corps, at $1.50 per day from the dates set opposite their respective names: Sergeant H. A. Swigert, December 21, 1898. Corporal J. J. McGann, January 1, 1899. Corporal Fred Vandervort, December 21, 1898. Corporal Augustus York, December 28, 1998 to January 1, 1899. Private S. N. Mefford, January 1, 1899. Private 0. A. Bishop, January 1, 1899. Private W. W. Gruesbeek, December 19, 1898. Private James Donnelly, January 1, 1899. Private J. C. White, January 1, 1899. Private James W Davis, January 7, 1899. Private Duncan A. Gray, January 7, 1899. 4. Captain Samuel S. Sample, Commanding 16th Company, Volunteer Signal Corps, willY proceed with his Company from Matanzas to Cienfuegos, Cuba, reporting for duty to the Commanding General, Department of Santa Clara. The Company will take with it its signal and telegraph equipment, and will be provide with field rations for five days. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERs, ) HEADQUARTERS DIvIsION OF CUBA, No. 8. f Havana, January 12, 1899. 1. Major S. P. Kramer, Brigade Surgeon, is relieved from duty with the 7th Army Corps, and detailed as Commanding Officer Military Hospital No. 2, (for officers and civilians). 2. Acting Assistant Surgeon Charles W. Bartlett, is relieved from duty with the 2d Louisiana Volunteer Infantry, and will report to Major S. P. Kramer, at Military hospital No. 2, for duty in that hospital. 3. Acting Hospital Steward Henry C. Krause and Private Miles Havens, on duty at 2d Division Hospital, 7th Army Corps, and nine privates, Hospital Corps, to be selected by the Chief Surgeon of that Corps, will report to Major S. P. Kramer for duty in Military Hospital No. 2. 4. Captain Ashbery I. Yaney, Commanding 17th Company, Volunteer Signal Corps, will, upon his arrival in Havana, proceed with his Company to Camp Columbia, Cuba, reporting to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana, for duty with the 7th Army Corps. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 5. The buildings in the City of Havana known as Pirotecnia Militar, and the magazines Santa Barbara and St. Elmo, are assigned for use of the Ordnance Department in this Division. 6. The journey performed by Captain JJlter B. Barker, Assistant Quartermaster, Volunteers, from Cienfuegos to Havana and return to Cienfuegos is approved as being necessary for the public service. 7. Under authority of the Assistant Secretary of War, commutation of rations at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day will be paid to Post Quartermaster Sergeant Peter N. -Ierzig, on duty in Haavana, Cuba, until such time as reasonable board can be obtained. By COMMAND oF MAJoR GENERAl BlooKcE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assista)t Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 9. Havana, January 16, 1899. 1. Lieutenant Colonel Richard P. Strong, Volunteer Signal Corps, having reported at these Headquarters in compliance with paragraph 46, Special Orders No. 2, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to duty as Chief Signal Officer at the 7th Army Corps. 2. The following assignment is made of the Headquarters and troops Seventh Cavalry: Headquarters and one squadron to the Department of Havana. The regimental commander will report to the Commanding General of the Department for duty. One squadron (Hays) is assigned to the Department of the Province of Havana. The commanding officer will report to the Commanding General of the Department for duty. One squadron (Godfrey's) is assigned to the Department of Pinar del Rio. The commanding officer will report to the Commanding General of the department for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and the Subsistence Department three (3) days travel rations for the squadron assigned to duty in the Department of Pinar del Rio. 3. Under the provisions of General Orders No. 141, Headquarters of the Army, series 1898, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish a hermetically sealed coffin for the remains of Francis E. Green, late a Corporal in Company K, 4th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, and ship the same to Litchfield, Illinois, the home of the late soldier. 4. Captain John J. Ryan, Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty at Camp Columbia, and will take station at Marianao, Cuba. He will have charge of the telegraph work of the department of the Province of Havana 5. Corporal Augustus York, Volunteer Signal Corps, will report to Captain John J. Ryan, at Marianao, Cuba, as operator, relieving Private Duncan M. Gray, Volunteer Sign,l Corps, who, on being relieved, will report to the Chief Signal Officer, Seventh Army Corps, for duty. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Corporal York, at one dollar and fity cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way. 6. Sergeant Clifford DeKast, Volunteer Signal Corps, and

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Corporal W. K. Hewes, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, are relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Corps, and will report to the Chief Signal Officers of the Division for assignment to duty. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant DeKast and Corporal Hewes at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day each, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of these soldiers in any other way. 7. Brigadier General Abraham K Arnold, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters, in compliance with Special Orders No. 2, paragraph 47, Adjutant General's Office, current series, is assigned to duty with the Seventh Army Corps. He will report to Major-General Fitzhugh Lee, commanding Seventh Army Corps and De.. partment of the Province of Havana. 8. Batteries H, and I, Second Artillery, are assigned to the Department of Havana. The commanding officer of the battalion will report to the department commanders for orders. 9. Lieutenant Colonel Samuel Reber, Chief Signal Officer, Seventh Army .Corps, will proceed from Matanzas to Havana, Cuba, to carry out special instructions of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, on completion of which he will return to his proper station-Matanzas. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 110. In compliance with the orders from the Secretary of War, dated January 11, 1899, a board of officers, to consist ofMajor W. C. Gorgas, Surgeon, U. S. A.; Major 8. E. Kramer, Brigade Surgeon; Major D. T. Laine, Brigade Surgeon, who will act recorder of the board, will convene at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. in., on Monday, January 23, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into the qualifications of Acting Assistant Surgeon Dwight B. Taylor, U. S. Army, for appointment as Assistant Surgeon Ninth U. S. Volunteer Infantry. If found qualified, the board will telegraph the fact to the Adjutant General of the Army. 11. Acting Assistant Surgeon Dwight B. Taylor, U. S. Army, will report in person to Major J'. C. Gorgas, Brigade Surgeon, president of the board of officers appointed by paragraph 10, Special Orders No 9, current series, these headquarters, at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuban at 10 o'clock a. m.,on Monday, January 23, 1899, for examination as to is qualifications for appointment as Assistant Surgeon, Ninth U. S. Volunteer Infantry.

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Upon completion of his examination, Acting Assitant Surgeon Taylor, will return to his proper station-Mariel, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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h'ECIAL ORDERS, I{EADQUARTERs DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 10. Havana, January 17, 1899. 1. Private Frank Quinn, Company D, First Infantry, how attached to the Sixth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, will >e sent to the station of his regiment, in camp near Pinar lel Rio. Upon arrival at that place he will report to his 'egimental commander for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Departnient will ay commutation of rations, in advance, at the prescribed date, for four (4) days, it being impracticable for this sollier to carry rations of any kind. 2. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation for two orderlies and four horses from Havana, Juba, to Bataban6, thence to the Isle of Pines, and return to Havana, for use of Colonel F. J. Becker, Chief of the Division of Transportation, U. S. Army. The Subsistence department will pay commutation of rations for the two )rderlies, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for four (4) :ays, it being impracticable for these orderlies to carry rations of any kind. 3. Leave of absence for thirty days for the purpose of hunting is hereby granted Captain U. C. Vaughan, Jr., 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry. 4. Leave of absence for thirty days for the purpose of hunting is hereby granted First Lieutenant J. C. Causey, Jr., 4th Virginia Volhnteer Infantry, A. D. C. 5. Major Frank A. Meacham, Surgeon, Second Volunteer Engineers, is detailed on duty at Military Hospital No. 1, end will report to Major W. C. Gorgas, Surgeon, U. S. A., commanding that hospital. 6. Hospital Steward J. T. Barry, Second Volunteer Engineers, is detailed on duty in Military Hospital No. 1, end will report, without delay, to the Commanding Officer of that hospital. 7. Major John McClellan, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Jorps, and is assigned as assistant to the Chief Ordnance )fficer of the Division, and as Acting Assistant Quarternaster for the Ordnance Depot, Havana, Cuba. 8. In compliance with directions from the Secretary of

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War, First Lieutenant James B. Yard, Fifteenth Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, is relieved from duty in this Division, and will join his regiment in the United States for muster out. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND -OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W: V. RICHARDSAssistant Adjutant Generak OFFICIAL" First Lieutenant 16th Infantry, Aide deafamp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERs DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 11. f Havana, January 19, 1899. 1. The Quartermarter's Department will furnish transportation from this city to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, for Quartermaster-Sergeant Thomas Sanders, Company G, First Infantry, en route to join his regiment; and the Subsistence Department will pay Sergeant Sanders commutation of rations, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable for him to carry rations of any kind. 2. Captain A lexander TV Cook, 2d Volunteer Engineers, is detailed on duty in the city of Havana, to supervise sewer work. He will report, without delay, to Major General William lidlow, U. S. Volunteers, commanding Department of Havana. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: -First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide deCamp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 12. Havana, January 21, 1899. 1. Acting Assistant Surgeon J. Medina Ferrer, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters, is assigned to duty at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to Major T. C. Gorgas, Surgeon U. S. Army, Commanding Hospital No. 1. 2. Sergeant L. P. Holland, Corporal T. E. Burr, and Privates J. A. Hunt, C. K. Todd, and C. E. Sherman, Company E, 2d Regiment Volunteer Engineers, are detailed on special duty at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to Captain A. T. Cook, of that regiment. On completion of the duty required of them they will be returned to their proper command. These men will be rationed with the second artillery while on this duty. 3. Private John F. Sayles, Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty at Camp Columbia, and will report to Colonel i. H. C. Dunwoody, Chief Signal Officer, these Headquarters, for duty as line and repair man. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Sayles at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, while he is engaged on this duty, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Assistant Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERs, 1 HEADQUARTERs DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 13. J Havana, January 23, 1899. 1. First Lieutenant Joseph M. Fornaris, 2d Louisiana Volunteer Infantry, is relieved from duty on the transport Coiial, and will report for duty with his regiment at Buena Vista, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. A board of survey is hereby appointed, to meet at the office of the Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Division of Cuba, at such time as he may notify the members that their services are required, to examine the quality and condition of the beef being transported from the United States on the transport Michigan for issue to the troops stationed in Cuba; to examine the refrigerating cars used to transfer it to the cold storage rooms; and to examine the condition, capacity, and temperature of the storage rooms in which it is stored. A report will be made to these headquarters of the findings. Detail for the board: Lieutenant Colonel Oliver .Tood, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, 7th Army Corps; Major WV. C. Gorgas, Surgeon, U. S. A., Commanding Military Hospital No. 1; Major H. C. Butler, Jr., Chief Ordnance Officer, of Volunteers; Captain F. B. ifcKenna, Assistant Adjutant-General of Volunteers, Aide de Camp, will act as recorder of the board. 3. Corporal Fred Vandervort, and Pp vate Ora A. Bishop, Signal Corps, U. S. A., are relieved from duty as telegraph operators in the Havana office, and 11 report to their company commanders for duty. 4. Private John B. DeLancey, Signal Corps, U. S. A., is relieved from duty at Camp Columbia, and will report to Colonel H. H. C. D1u10/wood!y, Chief Signal Officer, at these headquarters, for duty. 5. Captain .P. llooten, eommunding 2d Company, Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed with his company to Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, reporting to the comman(ling officer for duty in connection with Signal and telegraph service. The company will be rationed for ten days. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 6. Lieutenant William Mitchel, Signal Corps, U. S. Volunteers, with ten (10) enlisted men and five (5) teamsters of the Signal Corps, and necessary transportation, to assist in constructing military telegraph line from Holguin to

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Bayamo, and from Holguin to Tunas, will proceed to Gibara, thence to Holguin. The commanding officer at Holguin will furnish the necessary medical attendance to the detachment. The detachment will be supplied with twenty days' field rations. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 7. By direction of the Secretary of War, leave of absence for one month, is granted Lieutenant Colonel Curtis Guild, Jr., Inspector General, 7th Army Corps, with permission to return to the United States. 8. Major E. de la Calle, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, will report to Major General William Ludlow, commanding Department of Havana, for duty. 9. Brigadier General 0. H. Ernst, Inspector General of the Division, will proceed to San Antonio, Cuba, on public business, upon completion of which he will return to his proper station Havana. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BP COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERs DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 14. Havana, January 25, 1899. 1. Paragraph 2, Special Order No. 11, current series these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 2. Captain Alexander TV. Cook, 2d Volunteer Engineers, is detailed as Acting Assistant Quartermaster and Commissary of Subsistence at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba. He will report to the Surgeon in charge of that hospital for duty. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BRooKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Ad ,jvtant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS,) HEADQUARTERs DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 15. 5 Havana, January 27, 1899. 1. Payment of troops in this Division for the muster of January 31, 1899, will be made as follows: In the Department of Havana and the Department for the Province of Havana, by Majors Benjamin F. Havens, Joseph S. Wilkins, Clark IlI Carr, S. Heth Tyler, William R. Graham, and Glen H. Logan, additional paymasters, U. S. Volunteers. At Pinar del Rio, Guanajay, Mariel, and troops detached, by Major Clark 11. Carr. At Matanzas, Cardenas, Sagna la Grande, Santa Clara, and troops detached, by Major S. Heth 'Tyler. At Cienfuegos, Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus, and troops detached, by Major Benjamin F. Havens. At Nuevitas, Minas, Puerto Principe, and troops detached, by Major Tiiliam R. Graham. Commanding officers will provide the necessary escorts upon request of the paymasters. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. Upon completion of this duty the paymasters wilt return to their proper stations. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Acting Assistant Surgeon Federico Torralbas, U. S. A., will report for duty to Major General William Ludlow, U. S. Volunteers, commanding Department of Havana. 3. Captain Salmon F. Dutton, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters. is assigned to duty in the Department of Pinar del Rio. le will report to the commanding General of that department for assignment to station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Captain Charles B. Hepburn, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, having reported at these headquarters, is assigned to duty as assistant to the Chief Signul Officer, Division of Cuba. 5. Captain Carl 1. hlartman, commanding the 1lth Company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now in this city, will proceed with his company to Buena Vista, reporting on arrival thereat, to Major General Fitluglt Lee, U. S. Volunteers, for assignment to duty with the 7th Army Corps. 6. Assistant Surgeon P. J. McKe.nua, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, is relieved from duty with the 2( Battalion of his regiment at Vedado, and will report to his regiimental

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commander at Marianao, for assignment to duty with the 1st Battalion, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers. The -travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Aal ard of survey, to consist of: Captain G. S. Grimes, 2d Artillery; First Lieutenant S. Rice, 7th Cavalry; Second Lieutenant H. P. Goodnow', 2d Artillery; is appointed, to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., on Tuesday, January 31, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine int, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the shortage in a shipment of hay, per Ward line steamship Alacedonia, invoiced by Captain I'irt Robinson, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, New York City, to Captain Chauncey B. Baker, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Vol usteers. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Asskiant Ad juflma General. Fir't Lienten ant, 16th infantry, Aide dle Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 16. Havana, January 80, 1899. 1. Mr. IWalter Garlock, authorized clerk to Captain &almon F. Dulton, Commissary of Subsistence, U.S. Volunteres, will accompany that officer from Havana to Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 2. Lewis F. Duval and J. B. Gattshall, authorized clerks, to Major Joseph, H. Heatwole, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, will accompany that officer from Havana to Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 3. Captain Alexander W. Cook, 2d Volunteer Engineers, is relieved as Acting Assistant Quartermaster and Commissary of Subsistence at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to Major General William Ludlow, commanding Department of Havana, for duty. 4. Second Lieutenant Orville Benson, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, is detailed as Acting Assistant Quartermaster and Commissary of Subsistence at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba,. He will report to the commanding officer of that Hospital for duty. 5. Twenty (20) female contract nurses will be transferred by the Chief Surgeon, Seventh Army Corps, to Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba. They will report to the commanding officer of that Hospital for duty. 6. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation to the following named enlisted men, en route to join their regiments: Sergeant, .........Berlinger, 202d New York Vol. Infantry; Private, .........Boyle, 202d New York Vol. Infantry; Private, .........Goble, 202d New York Vol. Infantry; from Havana to Guanajay, Cuba. Private, ........Norton, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private, .........Hulzier, 1st U. S. Infantry; from Havana to Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Subsistence Department will furnish the necessary travel rations. 7. Captain Charles B. Hepburn, U. S. Volunteer Signal

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Corps, will proceed from Havana to Guniimaro, Cuba, via Nuevitas, on business in connection with constructing a telegraph line connecting the town of Tunas with Puerto Principe. Upon completion of this duty Captain Hepburn will return to his proper station in this city. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERs DIVISiON OF CUBA, No. 17. 5 Havana, January 31, 1899. 1. The 11th Company U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Captain C. F. Flartman, commanding, will change station from Camp Columbia, Buena Vista to Puerto Principe. Upon his arrival, Captain Hartman will report to the Commanding General, Department of Puerto Principe, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will ration the company to include February 10, 1899. 3. The following named enlisted men are relieved from duty at Camp Columbia, and will report to Colonel H. H. C. Dunwoody, Chief Signal Officer, at these headquarters, for assignment as telegraph operators in the city of Havana: Sergeant A. P. Morris, 2d Company, U. S. Vol. Signal Corps; Sergeant H. I Jones, 13th Company, U. S. Vol. Signal Corps; Private R. C. Ellsmorth, 17th Company, U. S. Vol. Signal Corps; Private R. 0. Lipscomb, 1 7th Company, U. S. Vol. Signal Corps. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeants iforris and Jones and Privates Ellswor th and Lipscomtb at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, each, while they are engaged on this duty, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of these soldiers in any other way. 3. Sergeant Clifford DeKast, Signal Corps, U. S. A., is relieved from special duty as storekeeper in the city of Havana, in order to enable him to comply with War Department orders directing him to report for duty at New York City. 4. Private S. N. Mefford, 2d Company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty as operator at Havana, and will report, without delay, to his company commander. 5. So much of paragraph 3, Special Orders No. 13, current series, these headquarters, as relieves Corporal Fred Vandervort, Signal Corps, U. S. A., from duty as telegraph operator at Havana, is revoked. 6. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private John B. DeLancey, Signal Corps, U. S. A., at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way. 7. Under authority of the Assistant Secretary of War.

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commutation of rations at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day will be paid to Post Quartermaster Sergeant Peter N. ]Jerzig, U. S. A., on duty in Havana, Cuba, from November 19, 1898, to January 11, 1899, both dates inclusive, it having been impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way during the period mentioned. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS,) HEADQUARTERs DIvIsION OF CUBA, No. 18. 5 Havana, February 1, 1899. 1. Under authority of the War Department, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation by "commercial liner" from Havana, Cuba, to Port Tampa, Florida, to William D. Allen, a discharged soldier, company K, 4th U. S. Volunteer Infantry, provided there is no Government transport in port upon which this man can be sent to the United States. 2. In compliance with orders from the Secretary of War, Lieutenant Colonel Noble H. Creager, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty with the 7th Army Corps, and will proceed to Pinar del Rio and report to the Commanding General of that department for duty as Chief Quartermaster. 3. Captain J. A. Campbell, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, will proceed to Remedios, Cuba, and carry out the verbal instructions of the Division Commander. Upou completion of this duty, Captain Campbell will return to his proper station-Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Sergeant George Selby. U. S. Volunteer, Signal Corps, with a detachment of seven (7) men, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, to be designated by the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, will proceed from Camp Columbia to Cienfuegos, Cuba, and report to Captain R. 0. Rickard, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, for duty as operators. Travel rations for two days will be issued to the detachment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERs, } HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 19. 5 Havana, February 2, 1899. 1. The journeys performed by Major Rafael Echeverria, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, investigating the condition of Cuban sufferers, under the orders of the Division Commander, between the dates of January 12 and January 30, 1899, from Havana to Matanzas, thence to Sabanilla, thence to Bolondron, thence to Jovellanos, thence to Colon, thence to Cardenas, thence to Santo Domingo, thence to Santa Clara, thence to Cienfuegos, thence to Sagua la Grande, thence to Calabazar de Sagua, thence to Remedios, and thence to Havana, are approved as having been necessary for the public service. 2. Acting Assistant Surgeon Enrique B. Barnet, U. S. A., will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for duty. 3. Major Rafael Echeverria, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, will report, for temporary duty, to the Commanding Officer, Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba. 4. First Lieutenant Eugene Klapp, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, having been appointed Regimental Quartermaster, will report to the Colonel of his regiment for duty. 5. Lieutenant Robert E. Brooks, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, is relieved from duty at Marianao, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for assignment to duty with the 2d battalion of his regiment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. First Lieutenant G. F. Cazell, 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry, is relieved from duty with the 8th U. S. Infantry, and First Lieutenant Theodore .Kroll, of the same regiment is detailed in his stead. The former will report to his regimental commander, and the latter to the commanding officer, 8th U. S. Infantry, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROoKE: Assistant Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 20. 5 Havana, February 6, 1899. 1. First Lieutenant A1. C. Rayson, 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry, is relieved from duty with the 8th U. S. Infantry, and will report to his regimental commander for duty. 2. A board of officers, to consist of Major Jefferson R. Kean, Brigade Surgeon U. S. V., Major S. P. Kramer, Brigade Surgeon U. S. V., Major E. de la Calle, Brigade Surgeon U. S. V., will convene at Military Hospital No. 2 on Monday, February 6, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to devise some uniform system of desinfection of grounds, buildings, and appurtenances of all buildings and sites formerly occupied by Spanish troops, before their being assigned to United States troops, for habitation. The board will make report to this headquarters as soon as practicable, in ord~r that the result of their consultation, if approved, may be published to the different departments in the Division without delay. 3. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation from this city to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, to the following named enlisted men, en route to join their regiment: Trumpeter Herbert W. Ketchum, Troop C, 7th Cavalry; Private Henry Lonzinger, Troop G, 7th Cavalry; Private F. A. Hewitt, Troop I, 7th Cavalry; Private George Daniels, Troop E, 7th Cavalry. The Subsistence Department will furnish the necessary travel rations. 4. Commissary Sergeant Frank Mc Caffrey, U. S. A., now on duty in this city, will proceed, without delay, to Cienfuegos, Cuba, and report to Captain E. B. Fenton, C. S. Volunteers, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and the Subsistence Department vill pay Sergeant Mc Caffrey commutation of rations, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable for him to carry rations of any kind. >. Captain J. J. Ryan, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from Marianao to Jncaro, Ciego de Avila, Moron, and Fernando, Cuba, in connection with the military telegraph service of the Island. Upon completion of

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this duty, Captain Ryan will return to Ciego de Avila, and await further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Captain L. D. Wildman, U. S. Volunteers Signal Corps, will take station temporarily at Marianao, and perform the duties of Signal Officer, Department of the Province of Havana, in charge of telegraph lines. 7. Under authority of the Secretary of War, the Quartermaster Department will furnish transportation, from this city to Washington, D. C., for 1ir. T. IL Fair, civilian clerk under the War Department. 8. Major Rufitel Echeverria, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, will proceed, by train, this afternoon, to Guanajay, Cuba, for consultation with the post Surgeon at that place on suspicious case of fever. On completion of this duty, Major ]Echeerria, will return to his proper stationhavana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. Commutation of rations, at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, will be paid to Post Quartermaster Serigeant A)/hur G. Smith, U. S. A., on duty in Havana, Cuba, from November 13, 1898, the day he reported for duty, until such time as reasonable board can be obtained. 10. Private P. 0. Lipscomb, Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty in the city of Havana, and will report for duty to his company commander, at Camp Columbia, Cuba, without delay. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 11. Sergeant Josiah B. Tootcn, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now at Camp Columbia, Cuba, is detailed for duty in the city of Havana, and will report to the Chief Signal Officer at these headquarters for assignment. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Tooteu, while engaged on this duty, at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide subsistence for this soldier in any other way. The Quartermaster's Department will rent quarters for Sergeant Wooten, at a rate not to exceed twelve (12) dollars per month. 12. The journeys performed by Major Clark 3. Carr, Additional Paymaster, U. S, Volunteers, from Quemados de Marianao to Havana and return, January 13, 14, and 16. 1899; and to Havana, January 17, 1899; and from Havana to Marianao, February 1, 1899; in connection with the payment of troops in this Division, are approved as necessary for the public service.

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13. Major A. G. C. Quay, Chief Quartermaster U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters, will report to the Chief Quartermaster of the Division for assignment to duty. 14. Captain 1Walter L. Phelps, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters, will report to the Chief Quartermaster of the Division for assignment to duty. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BIzooKE: Assistan.lAdjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERs DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 21. Havana, February 7, 1899. 1. Major James C. Mullikin, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters, will report to the Chief Commissary of subsistence of the Division for assignment to duty in the city of Havana. 2. Major Orlando Ducker, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 80, Special Orders No. 23, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to duty in the Department of Havana, and will report to the Commanding General of that department for duty. 3. Under instructions from the Secretary of War, Brigadier General George IF Davis, U. S. Volunteers, is temporarily relieved from command of the Department of Pinar del Rio, and will report, as soon as practicable, to the Adjutant General of the Army, for duty of a special nature. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Brigadier General Edward B. Williston, U. S. Volunteers, is temporarily assigned to the command of the Department of Pinar del Rio. He will proceed to the headquarters of that department, as soon as practicable, accompanied by his personal staff. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, OFFICIAL : Anaistant Adjutant General. First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, 1 HEADQUARTEfs DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 22. 5 Havana, February 8, 1899. 1. Private fames Hurley, Company L, 4th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, will proceed from Marianao to Trinidad, Cuba, and report to his company commander for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay to Private Hurley, in advance, commutation of rations at the prescribed rate for two (2) days, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way. 2. Private William miller, Troop E, 7th U. S. Cavalry, is relieved from special duty at the headquarters of his regiment, Vedado, and will report for duty to his-troop commander at Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Miller, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way. 3. Lieutenant Colonel Samuel Reber, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Chief Signal Officer, First Army Corps, will proceed from Matanzas to Santa Clara, andthence to Cienfuegos, Cuba, for the purpose of inspecting telegraph lines. On completion of this duty, Lieutenant Colonel Reber will return to his proper station at Matanzas. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Private Robert T. Fuller, Troop L, 7th U. S. Cavalry (attached to Troop M. of the same regiment, at Marianao), will join his proper troop (L.) at Vedado, Cuba. 5. Major William B. Winn, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting to the Commanding General of that department for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Sergeant Arthur Thwonap, Signal Corps, will proceed to Gibara and Holguin, Cuba, in charge of telegraphic supplies, delivering them as instructed by the Chief Signal Officer of the Division. Upon completion of this duty, Sergeant Thomas will return to his proper station at Camp Columbia, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Thomas, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for six (6) days, it being impracticable

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to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way. 7. Second Lieutenant H. A. Swigart, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty at these headquarters, and will report to Lieutenant Colonel R. P. Strong, U. K Volunteer Signal Corps, Chief Signal Officer, 7th Army Corps, for assignment to duty with the Signal Corps battal ion at Camp Columbia, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BRoocE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General, OFFICIAL First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry Aide de Camp. a

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SPECIAL ORDERs, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVIsION OF OUBA, No. 23. 5 Havana, February 18, 1899. 1. Leave of absence for fifteen days, on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to go beyond the limits of this Division, and to apply for an extension of fifteen days, is granted Lieutenant Colonel Francis G. Ward, 202d New York Volunteer Infantry. 2. Major J. Fitzhugh Carter, Surgeon, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters, is assigned to the command of Military Hospital No. 1., Havana, relieving Major W. C. Gorgas, Surgeon, U. S. Army. 3. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Private George R. Noble, Troop E, 7th Cavalry, now at regimental headquarters en route to his troop, transportation from this city to Pinar del Rio, Cuba; and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Noble, in advance at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way. ,4. Private E. J. Crowley, 17th Company, U. S. Volunteer. Signal Corps, will proceed from Camp Columbia to Havana, Cuba, and report to Brigadier General Humphrey, Chief Quartermaster of the Division, for duty as operator in his office. The Quartermaster's Department will provide the necessary transportation, and quarters at a rate not exceeding' twelve (12) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Crowley, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50.) per day, while he is on this duty, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any, other way. 5. Private E. J. Earhart, 13th Company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from Camp Columbia to Sancti Spiritus, Department of Santa Clara, Cuba, and report to Captain J. P. Wooten, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, for duty, under special instructions of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division. Upon completion of this duty, 'Private Earhart will return to his proper staGibn at Camp Columbia. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Ea'lhart, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for four (4) days, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way. 6. Assistant Surgeon Guy C. .Godfrey, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed to Puerto Principe, Cuba, and

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report to Brigadier General Louis H. Carpenter, commanding the department, for temporary duty on examining board to determine efficiency of officers for promotion. On completion of this duty, Assistant Surgeon Godfrey will return to his proper station at Havana, Cuba. 7. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation, by stage or coach, from Havana to Guanajay, Cuba, to Major Rafael Echeverria, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, it being necessary for him to proceed to that point, without delay, for consultation in the case of a soldier of the 202d New York Volunteer Infantry, as it is impracticable to await the departure of a railroad train. 8. A board of survey, to consist of: Major James T. Dean, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers: Major 11. C. Butler, jr., Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers; Captain Frederick X. Page, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. Volunteers; is appointed. to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., on Thursday, February 16, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine .into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the shortage in a shipment of folding cots,per transport Manitoba,invoiced by Lieutenant Colonel .B. Bellinger, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, to Major Chauncey B. Baker, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers. 9. The leave of absence for five days granted Captain Cyrus F. Smith, 31st Michigan Volunteer Infantry, in Special Orders No. 33, current series, Department of 'Santa Clara, is extended ten (10) days, with permission to go beyond the limits of this Division. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BRooKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General., OFFICIAL First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, 1 HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 24. 1 Havana, February 14; 1899. 1. Under the provisions of paragraph 29, Special Orders No. 23, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Major Paul Clendenin, Brigade Surgeon, U.,S. Volunteers (Captain and Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army), at Camp Columbia, Havana, and Assistant Surgeon F. l. C. Usher, U. S. Army, now in this city, will report to Major General John C. Bates, U. S. Volunteers, commanding the Department of Santa Clara, for temporary duty, on completion of which they will return to their proper stations. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. In compliance with telegraphic instruc-tions from the Secretary of War, Major Haldemand P. Young, Qnartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty at Manzanillo, Cuba, and will report to the Commanding General, First Division, Seventh Army Corps, for duty as Chief Quartermaster, The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. A board of survey, to consist of: Major Robert H. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers; Major A. C. Butler, jr., Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers; Captain Clyde D. V. Hunt, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, is appointed, to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana. Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., on Friday, February 17, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the shortage in a shipment of sundry articles, consisting of clevices, wagon-seat springs, ambulance water tanks, wire cutters, etc., invoiced by Captain D. E. McCarthy, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Army, Depot Quartermaster at Lytle, Georgia, to the Depot Quartermaster at Havana, Cuba. 4. Acting Assistant Surgeon Joaquin D. Duetlas, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty at Las Tunas, and will report

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to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for assignment. The travel enjoined is neceessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL : First Lieutenani, 16th Aide de Camp. infantry,

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SPECIAL ORDERS, 1 HEADQUARTERS DIvIsION OF CUBA, No. 25. j Havana, February 15, 1899. 1. Acting Assistant Surgeon Jose H. Delgado, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 61, Special Orders No.14, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will proceed to Puerto Principe, Cuba, and report to the commanding general of that department for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Private George Girard,17th Company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now at Camp Columbia, will report to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, at these headquarters, for duty as telegraph operator. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide quarters for Private Girard, while engaged on this duty, at a rate not to exceed twelve (12) dollars per month; and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Girard, while so engaged, at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide subsistence for this soldier in any other way. 3. Private Gilbert G. Porter, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now at Camp Columbia, will report at headquarters Department of Havana, for duty as telegraph operator. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide quarters for Private Porter, while engaged on this duty, at a rate not to exceed twelve (12) dollars per month; and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Porter, while so engaged, at one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide subsistence for this soldier in any other way. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERs DIvIsION OF CUBA, No. 26. 5 Havana,February 18, 1899. 1. Privates --Todd, --Sherman and --Hunt, Company E, First Battalion, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, are relieved from duty at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, and will report for duty to their company cornimander at Buena Vista, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 2. Corporal --Bateman, Company A, and Private --Fox, Company D, First Battalion, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, now at Buena Vista, will report for duty to Second Lieutenant Orville Benson, 2d, U. S. Volunteer Engineers, Acting Assistant Quartermaster, at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 3. Captain James B. Hickey, 8th Cavalry, will proceed to Ferro, Cuba, and inspect the insane asylum at that place. Upon the completion of this duty, he will return to his proper station at Havana. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. A board of survey, to consist of: Major .C. Butler, jr., Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers; Major Robert H. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers; Lieutenant Townsend Lawrence, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers; is appointed, to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. in., on Thursday, February 23, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the shortage in a shipment of buckets, invoiced by Captain Wirt Robinson, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, New York City, to the Depot Quartermaster at Havana, Cuba. 5. First Lieutenant Ralph 1l. Glover and five men, of the 202d New York Volunteer Infantry, will proceed from Guanajay to Havana, thence to points on the northern coast of Cuba as follows: Bahia Honda, Vifales, Consolaci6n del Norte, San Cayetano, Mantua, Fort Arroyo, Guanes, "John Lopez," near entrance to Guadiana Bay, in charge of, and to distribute to indigent Cubans, fifty thousand rations. Upon completion of this duty, Lieutenant Glover and detachment will return to their proper station at Guanajay, Cuba.

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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The Subsistence Department will furnish travel rations to the detachment for ten (10) days. 6. First Lieutenant C. C. Fitzgerald, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, is detailed for special duty in connection with the yellow fever hospital in Havana, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for instructions. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 'BX COIMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL,: First Lieutenqnt, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECTAT. ORDERs, l HEADQUARTERS DIVIsION OF CtuA, No. 27. 5 Havana, February 20, 1899. 1. Acting Assistant Surgeon George A. Sheldon, U S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with orders from the War Department, dated February 11, 1899, is assigned to the Department of Havana. He will report to the Commanding General of that department for duty. 2. Lieutenant James P. Anderson, U. S. Volunteer-Signal Corps, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with instructions from Ueadquarters.of the Army, of the 13th instant, is assigned to duty with the 7th. Army Corps, and will report to the C6mmanding General of that corps. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Under intructions from the Secretary of War, Private .IK Weeks, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty with the First Division, 7th Army Corps, will be sent by his commanding officer to report to the surgeon in charge of the, hospital ship Missouri for duty. 4. The First Battalion, 3d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, now in this city, is assigned to duty in the Department of Pinar del Rio, and will take station at the town lof Pinar del Rio. The Quartermaster's Department will fnrnish the necessary transportation. 5. A board. of survey, to consist of: Major Robert H. Rolfe, Inspector Generai, ,U. S., Volunteers Captain J. A. Campbell,Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; First Lieutenant Charles TV. Castle, 16tli Infantry; is appointed, to meet at the office of 'the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., on Friday, February 24, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, separately report upon, and fix the responsibility for shortages in the shipment of quartermaster and veterinary supplies invoiced by Captain Wirt Robinson, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, and Captain Charles 3l. Augur, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, from New York City and Huntsville, Ala., respectively, to the Depot Quartermaster at Havana, Cuba. 6. First Lieutenant Llewellyn T. WJiliamson, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 54, Special Orders No. 29, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned

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to duty in the Department of Havana, and, will report to the: Commanding General of that department. 7. The journey performed by First Lieutenant 0. S. Durfee, 2d Volunteer Engineers, during the month of February, from Ciego de Avila to Havana, Cuba, and return, on duty connected with the Jfcaro railroad,. is approved as necessary for the public service. 8. The following journeys performed by Major E. de la Calle, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, during the month of January, are approved as necessary for the public.service, namely: Havana to Pinar del Rio; Pinar: del Rio to Artemisa; Artemisa. to Guanajay; Guanajay to Havana; Havana to Buena Vista, and return; Havana to Guanabacoa, and. return; Havana to Jficaro, and return; Havana to Giiines, and return; Havana to San Antonio de los Bafos, and return. 9. Leave of absence for one month is granted Captain Pred W Cole; Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BRoOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 28. Havana, February 21, 1899. 1. In compliance with instructions from the Adjutant General's Office, Lieutenant Colonel Abiel L. Smith, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Division of Cuba, will immediately proceed to Washington, D. C., to testify before court of inquiry. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Second Lieutenant James Anderson, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, with a detachment of four enlisted men and one teamster, will proceed from Camp Columbia to Caibari6n, Cuba, and report to Captain C. B. Hepburn, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, for duty in connection with the construction of telegraph lines. Upon completion of this duty, Lieutenant Anderson, with the detachment, will return to his proper station. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will supply the detachment with travel rations for ten (10) days. 3. So much of paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 15, current series, these headquarters, as directs Major S. Heth Tyler, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, to pay the troops at Sagua la Grande on the muster of January 31, 1899, is revoked. 4. In addition to the payments assigned Major Clark 11. Carr, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, in paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 15, current series, these headquarters, he will proceed to, and pay the troops at, Amaro, Sagua la Grande, and Caibarien, on muster of January 31, 1899, returning to his proper station on completion of payments assigned him. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Major William H. Thrift, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 33, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to temporary duty in the city of Havana. 6. Captain C. B. Hepburn, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now in this city, will proceed to Caibarien, Cuba, to carry out special instructions of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division in regard to the construction of a military telegraph line at that point. Upon completion of this duty, Captain Hepburn will return to his proper station in this city. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Private John R. O' Connor, Troop E, 7th Cavalry, is

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relieved from dntys at Camp Colnmbia, and: will!report; to his troop commander at Pinar del Rio foriduty. The Quartermaster's Department .will furnish the necessary transportation, .and the Subsistence Department* will. commute.the rations of Private. O'Connor, in advance, at, the prescribed rate, ,for one (1) day, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any, other' way. By COMMAND OF MAJOR :GEN.SRAL. BROOKEi: W. V. RICHARDS; Assistant Adjutant General: OFFICIAL: First imrutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp. I

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SPECIAL ORDERS, t HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 29. j Havana, February 24, 1899. 1. Private William F. Murray, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty with the 2d Cavalry, now at Matanzas, and will report to Major IV. Fitzhugh Carter, Surgeon, U. S. Army, at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 2. Major E. de la Calle, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty in the Department of Havana, and will report to the Chief Surgeon of the Division for special duty. 3. Surgeon John TV. Ross, U. S. Navy, retired, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 51, Special Orders No. 29, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to Military Hospital No. I, Havana, Cuba, and will report to the commanding officer of that hospital for duty. 4. Captain John J. Ryan, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, having completed the duties assigned him in paragraph 5, Special Orders No. 20, current series, these headquarters, will proceed from Ciego de Avila to Marianao, Cuba, and report in person to Major General Fitzhugh Lee, U. S. Volunteers, commanding the Department of the Province of Havana, for assignment to duty as Signal Officer of that department, relieving Captain L. D. Wildman, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps. Captain Wildman, on being thus relieved by Captain Ryan, will report in person to the Chief Signal Officer, 7th Army Corps, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Major William J. White, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, will report in person to Major General Fitzhugh Lee, U. S. Volunteers, commanding the Department of the Province of Havana, for assignment to duty in his command. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL : First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTErS DIvIsION OF CUBA, No. 30. j Havana, February 27, 18909. 1. Sergeant A. J. Ralston, Company E, and privates C. A. Norinyton, Company D, and Thomas Leonard, Company E, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, are detailed on special duty at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to Lieutenant Orville Benson, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, Acting Assistant Quartermaster, without delay. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 2. Pursuant to telegraphic instructions from Headquarters of the Army, dated the 17th instant, the following named privates of the Hospital Corps, belonging to a detachment just arrived on the City of Iashington, will report to the Commanding Officer, U. S. hospital ship Missouri, for duty, namely: Daniel A. Birley. George T. Horting. Poroy Angell. Jaes C. Moore. Jacob D. Derr. Charles F. Burdick. John. J. Shal'. Charles Swearingen. Charles Ziegler. Ira Armer Hanklins. Ronald B. Dodge. David L Holden. Jo/n C. Lowe. -Bert R. 'Adams. Loui F. Seith. The remainder of the detachment above mentioned, consisting of Hospital Steward Patrick Looby and thirtyeight enlisted men, are assigned to duty at Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to the command ing officer of that hospital without delay. 3. In compliance with telegraphic orders from the War Department, the First Battalion, First Maine Artillery, is relieved from further duty in this Division, and will embark on the transport Mich.igan, at Havana, Cuba, on or about the first proximo, for transportation to Savannah, Georgia. The battalion will take with it its camp and garrison equipage, and will be provided with suitable rations for fifteen (15) days from the date of embarkation. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation.

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4. Acting Assistant Surgeon C. R. Gill, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 57, Special Orders No. 33, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to duty in the Department of Matanzas. He will report to the commanding general of that department without delay. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. A board of survey, to consist of: Major Al. C. Butler, jr., Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers; Major Robert .Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers; Captain James, B. Hickey, 8th Cavalry; is appointed, to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., on Wednesday, March 1, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the destruction, by fire, of certain quartermaster's stores, on February 11, 1899, for which Major Chauncey B. Baker, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, is accountable. 6. Payment of troops in this Division, for the muster of February 28, 1899, will be made by the following-named additional paymasters, U. S. Volunteers, at the points designated, to wit: In the Department of Havana and the Department of the Province of Havana., by Majors Bejami'n F. Havens, William H. Thrift, Joseph S. Wilkins, Clark .. Carr, S. Heth Tyler, and Glen .Logan. At Matanzas, Cardenas, La Union, and troops detached, by Major Benjamin F. Havens. At Pinar del Rio, Guanajay, Mariel, and troops detached, by Major S. Heth Tyler. At Nuevitas, Minas, Puerto Principe, Ciego de Avila, and troops detached, by Major William R. Graham. At Amaro, Sagua la Grande, Caibari6n, Santa Clara, Cienfuegos, Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus, and troops detached, by Major Glen I. Logan. Commanding officers will provide the necessary escorts, upon request of the paymasters above mentioned. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and, when practicable, will ship, by express, the funds required for this payment, together with the chests or field safes necessary for their safe-keeping. The Subsistence Department will furnish the necessary travel rations.

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Upon the completion of this duty, the paymasters will return to their proper stations. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Assistant Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORnERs, } No. 31. HEADQUARTERS DIVISION -" CUBA, Havana, February 28, 1899. 1. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations %o ,Acting Hospital Steward Henry J. Walls, now on duty as clerk in the office of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, from and including January 26, 1899, and while he is engaged in this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 2. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the followingnamed enlisted men, it having been impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, from and including the dates set opposite their respective names, and while engaged in their present duties at stations where it is impracticable otherwise to provide for their subsistence, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, to wit: TELEGRAPHERS. Private D. McDougall Private J. McNamara Corporal C. E. Kemp Sergeant J. W. Sparling Sergeant R. D. Brooks Private M. T. Knopp Sergeant C. A. Weitzell Corporal J. J. Conniff Sergeant J. A. Turrell El Cristo San Luis Songo Guantanamo Palma Soriano Jiguani Bayamo Baracoa Manzanillo LINEMEN. Private M. Malloy Private J. Roberts Private .T Bartlett El Cristo Jiguani San Luis 3. Acting Assistant Surgeon H. A. Haze, having tendered his resignation, and his contract, by reason thereof, having been annulled, will proceed to his home in Lansing, Michigan. Nov. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Feb. Feb. Jan. Feb. Feb. 10, 10, 10, 9, 5, 22, 17, 6, 8, 4, 8, 14, 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1899 1899 1899 1899 1899 1899

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The Quartermaster's Dapartment will furnish the necessary transportation, it being provided in his contract that transportation shall be furnished him upon annulment thereof. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GNERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General, OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, L HEADQUARTERs DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 32. 5 Havana, March 1, 1899. 1. Acting Assistant Surgeon Francisco Martinez-Mesa, now in this city, will report in person to the Commanding General, Department of Santa Clara, at Cienfuegos, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Private Frederick A. Tifft, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty with the 7th Army Corps, and will report in person to the Chief Surgeon of the Division, at these headquarters. 3. Acting Assistant Surgeon H. L. Brown, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty in the Department of the Province of Havana, and will report to the Commanding Officer, Military Hospital No. 2, Havana,, Cuba. 4. Privates A. 1K Doyle, and Claude McCoole, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, are relieved from duty with the 7th Army Corps, and will report to the Commanding Officer, Military Hospital No. 2, Havana, Cuba. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infan try, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERs, 1 HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 33. j Havcana,1March 2; 1899. 1. Acting Assistant Surgeon William B. .&tmerall, U. S. Army, having had his contract annulled, at his own request, at Havana, Cuba, March 5, 1899, will proceed to Washington, D. C., the place where he entered into contract relations with the United States. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Post Quartermaster Sergeant IWilliam Reilly, U. S. Army, now on duty in the office of the Depot Quartermaster at Marianao, Cuba, from and including February 25, 1899, and while engaged in his present duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way. 3. The leave of absence heretofore granted in paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 23, current series, these headquarters, to Lieutenant Colonel Francis G. T1ard, 202d New York Volunteer Infantry, is extended for fifteen days. 4. Upon request of the Commanding Officer, Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Privates John R. Mangan, Company B, and Philip C. Fine, Company K, 3d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, will report to their respective company comnianders at Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Privates Mangan and Fine, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 5. Thomas R. Sheppard, Harry J. Sommers, and James P. Beecher, first class privates, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, and John Ferguson, second class private, U. S. Signal Corps, will, upon recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the

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Division, proceed to Camp Columbia, Cuba, and report to the Chief Signal Officer, 7th Army Corps, for assignment to duty. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Assistant Adjutant GeneraL, OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16 th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS,1 HEADQUARTERs DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 34. 4 Havana, March 4, 1899. 1. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Privates John Jcomie and George Golden, Company F, 2d Illinois Volunteer Infantry, now on guard duty at Military Post Office No. 10, Havana, during the month of March, 1899, or while engaged in their present duty during said month, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day each, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 2. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Charles S. McGoveney, Company K, 161st Indiana Volunteer Infantry, now on duty at the supply depot for Cuban rations at Marianao, Cuba, from and including January 30, 1899, and while engaged in his present duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 3. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Hospital Steward Henry B. Staley, U. S. Army, now on duty at the medical supply depot Santiago, Cuba, from and including February 13, 1899, and while engaged in his present duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 4. Major Ener E. Heg, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters, is assigned to duty in the Department of Santa Clara. He will report to the Commanding General of that department, at Cienfuegos, for assignment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Acting Hospital Steward Owen L. McKee and Privates John .Gormley, Ross C. Wells, John Shoemaker, Fred Hartley, Edw. Van Herrick, and Rutherford B. Snedden, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, are relieved from duty at Camp Colunbia, Cuba, and will report to the Commanding Officer, U. S. Hospital ship Missouri, now in the harbor of Havana, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation.

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6. Acting Assistant Surgeon Aristides Agranohn& U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 3. Special Orders No. 42, current series Headquarters of the Army, will report in person to the Commanding, General, Department of Havana, for assignment to duty in the yellow fever hospital at Havana. 7. Major J B. Kenier, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 33, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to temporary ..duty in the city of Havana, Cuba. 8. Corporal I. C. Ellswortli, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty as telegraph operator in the office of the Chief Quartermnister of the Division, and will report to the Commanding Officer, Signal Corps Battalion, .Camp Columbia, Cuba, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the neces-. sary transportation. 9. Private E. X Clli-, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now at Camp Columbia, will report to the Chief Quartermaster of the Division, Havana, Cuba, for duty as telegraph operator. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. Br COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BRooKE: A. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant Generi. OFFICIAL: First Iieutenant, 16lth hfantry, Aide de Camp.

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SrCI ORDERs, HEADQUARTERs DivisioN or CUBA, No. 35. Havana, i1areli 6. 1899. .First Lieutenant IlK J. Wilke., 202d New York Volunteer Infantry, will accompany the remains of Assistant Surgeon James lfood of that regiment from lHavaiia. Cuba, to New Brunswick. N. J.. U. S. A. Upon the completion of this duty, he will rejoin his regiment at Savannah. Ga., on its arrival there. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Captain James B. Richteq. 8th 1'. S. Cavalry, will procecd to Nuevitas, Puerto Principe, Holguin. Gibara, Baraoa. ( uantanamo, and Santiago. Cuba. and plates in the vicinity occupied by United States troops; and to Maizanillo. Santa Cruz del Sur, Jiearo, Ciego de Avila, and then return to these headquarters by way of Cienfuegos, to make certain inspections of troops and camps, as directed in special instructions contained in letter of this date from the Division Commander. In the performance of this duty, commanding officers of posts or detachments off the main line of travel, or where there is no direct coninunication, will furnish Captain Hieey with escort and transportation as required by him. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Upon recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division. Private Ross C. Will., Hospital Corps. U. S. Army. is relieved from. and Private William I. Peabody, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is detailed to duty on the hospital ship Mkssori. The former will report to the Comnianding General, Department of Havana, and the latter to the Coinmanding Officer, Hospital Ship Miso Xe, for duty. 4. Paragraph 6, Special Orders No. 30, current series, these headquarters, is amended so as to include Major J. B. Kenner, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, to assist in the payment of troops stationed in the Department of havana and the Department of the Province of Havana. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Under authority of Paragraph 1. (general Orders No. 31. current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Post Quartermaster Sergeant Will Edwards, U. S. Army, now on duty at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Marianao, Cuba. from and including December 21, 1898, and while engaged in his present duty. at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way.

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6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeants I. IW. Bailey and T. 1. Ma.r'well, Company N, 3d I'. S. Volunteer Engineers now on special duty at Coln. Province of Matanzas, with Captain J. H. JWesterfield, 3d 1'. S. Volunteer Engineers, from and including February 28. 8199. and while engaged in their present duty. at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 7. Under authority of paragraph 1. General Orders -No. 31. currentt series. Ileadq quarters of the Army, the SubsistenceI Department will coinunute the rations of the following-nited enlisted men. on mounted duty at Headquarters, Department of Havana. for the ten days beginning February 21 and ending March 2. 1899, at one dollar and fifty cents (01.50) each per day. it having been imIpracticale to provide for their subsistence in any other way. to wit: Private U 'iin J. Ulmnsey. Co. M. Ist North Carolini I nfantry: Private I. IF. IfMld. C. Al. first North Carolina Infantry: Private ('. ill. Lo/tridye. Co. A. 2d 1'. S. Volunteer lEngin'ers: Private H. E. Grimmn. Co. 1). '_d V'. S. \'olunteer Emgi ncers. 8. I'nder authority of paragraph I. (General Orders No. 31. current series. IIeadquarters of the A rmy. the Subsistene. Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted nmen of the 15th Company. 1. S. Volunteer Signal Corps. now on duty at the places mentioned. from and including the dates set opposite their respective names, and while engaged in the performance of their present duties. at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ( $1.50) each per day. it ha-ving been and being i in pra cticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. to wit: First Class Sergeant E. A/.is Jennet. Headquarters. Pinar del Rio. othee of Signal Officer; March 1. 1899. First Class Sergeant 1llliamu 1-. Lancush ire. headquarters, Pinar del Rio. office of A djutant General; February 2. 1899. Sergeant ll/r N. Co/ios. A rtenisa. line reconstruction; Marc h 1. 1899. Sergeant (/vory .Slater. Headquarters. Pilnar del Rio. clerical duty: March 1. 1899. Sergeant Ih'rry S. It ryrr. Gua jav. telegraph duty; March 1. 1899.

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Sergeant Jaiet F. Tatlow, Guanajay. telegraph duty; March 1, 1891. Sergeant Jai/ N. MarshAll, Headquarters, Pinar del Rio, telegraph duty; March 1, 1899. Corporal Phi/o H. Irish. A rtemisa, operator and line work; March 1. 1899. Corporal JiWt//er A. Keiedy/. Artemisa. telegraph duty; March 1, 1899. Corporal AIfred I. J'/tentw. Artemisa. line construction; March 1. 18I). Corporal T/ o) il L. Bg-r1n .Ar Iteniisa. line construction; March 1. 1899. Corporal ('eorqye X. Tiorion. ]lead(quarters. Pinar del Rio, am1ing stable sergeant: March 1. 1899. Corporal ha/ter .1. Aevi. Headquarters, Pinar del Rio, telegraph dut: Al arch 1. 1899. Private Jesse Larimer, i4an aja,. iie work and reeolnstruction : 1urch 1. 1899. Private (orq/e 1). Sm ith. Gnajay, lill(o wNork anl reconstruction: March 1. 1899. Private Joyld Stonerode. 11ead(luarters. Pinar del Rio, telegraph duty; March 1. 1899. 9. I nder authority of paragraph 1. (General Orders No. 31. current series. Headquarters of the Army. the Subsisteiwce Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men. 1'. S. Signal Corps. now on duty at the places mentioned. from and including the dates set opposite their respective names, and while engaged in theperformance of their present duties, at the rate of one dollar il(] lifty cents ( $1.50) each per day, it having been and being imipracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Sergean E/las B. Corts. Jovellanos, operator: Febrluarv I. 1899. Corporal Joho I'. Misoli. .Jovellanos. lineman; February I. 1899. Corporal JIit/er LIresat/. CArdenas. operator: February 1. First Class Private A/jplonso T. .Johnson, ('ol6n. operator; February 1. 1899. Second (lass Private Joh H. Dlkvbe1/, nin.operator; February 19, 1899. -Also the rations. at the same rate. of Second Class Private Geory1e L. McheoKn, U. S. Signal Corps. operator at inihn, from February 1 to February 18. 1899. both incl usive. 1. The Quartermiaster's Department will furnish tranis-

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portation from. this city to Cienfuegos, Cuba, to Private Lawrence lfWndie, 3d IT. S. Volunteer Engineers, en route to join his regiment. 13y COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL B>ROOKE: V. V. RICHARDS, i.Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, A ide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 36. Havana, March 7, 1899. 1. Captain Morton J. Henry, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 67, Special Orders No. 41, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will report to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana, for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. The 202d New York Volunteer Infantry is relieved from further duty in this Division, and will proceed, on the transport Minnewaska, to Savannah, G.corgia, for muster out. All officers and enlisted men of this regiment detached, and all men belonging to it sick but able to travel, now in Cuba, will join their respective organizations prior to the regiment's departure for the United States. Tents, tent flooring, C. C. and G. E., and transportation will be transferred to the quartermaster of the battalion of the 1st Infantry relieving it. The Chief Quartermaster of the Division (with whom the regimental commander will confer on the subject) will arrange for the necessary transportation. The Subsistence Department will provide the necessary rations, and the Medical Department will arrange for medical attendance and supplies. 3. The Commanding General, Department of Pinar del Rio, will order one battalion (four companies) of the 1st U. S. Infantry to Guanajay, Cuba, to relieve the 202d New York Volunteer Infantry, under orders to proceed to the United States. The battalion will take with it full camp and garrison eqmipage, and subsistence for fifteen (15) days. The medical officer on duty with the battalion will acCompany it. Transportation, extra C. C. and G. E.. etc., now at Guanajay. will be left there, and transferred to the quartermaster of the battalion. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 4. Major John B. Guthrie, 15th U. S. Infantry, will proceed to Guanajay, Cuba, to inspect and complete the re-

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cords of the 202d New York Volunteer Infantry, under orders for muster out of the service. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Major James M. Arrasmith, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 73, Special Orders No. 41, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will report to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana, for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. The following named enlisted men of the 17th Company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, are relieved from duty in the Province of Puerto Principe, and will proceed, without delay, to Santiago de Cuba, reporting to Captain Frederick T. Leigh, Chief Signal Officer, Department of Santiago, to wit: First Class Sergeant Frank E. Barton, to be in charge of detachment; First Class Sergeant Harry E. Courtwright; Sergeant William Niemeyer; Sergeant E. 0. Griffith; Sergeant John A. Miner; Corporal William P. Liehenrood; Private Frank F. tSnith; Private John D. Martin. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will provide the necessary rations. 7. Captain A. U. Yancey, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty at Camp Columbia, and will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, and report to Captain lFreder ick T. Leigh, Chief Signal Officer, Department of Santiago, for duty, in connection with the construction of telegraph lines. The travel enjoined is necessary fer the public service. 8. First Lieutenant George C. Burnell, and eight enlisted men, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from Camp Columbia to Santiago de Cuba, and report to Captain 4rederick[ T. Leigh, Chief Signal Officer, Department of Santiago, for duty, in connection with the construction of telegraph lines. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will provide travel rations for the necessary number of days. 9. Acting Assistant Surgeon Meyer Herman, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 33, Special Orders No. 37, current series, Head-

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rm quarters of the Army, will report to the Commanding General, Department of Santa Clara, at Cienfuegos, Cuba, for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOIE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16t1h infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL Oi[as, t HEADQUARTERS DIvIsIoN OF CuBA, No. 37. 4 Havana, March 8, 1899. 1. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31. current series, Heatdquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following-named enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, on duty at the Medical Supply Depot, Havana, from february 15 to February 28, 1899, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Hospital Steward Patrick McGloin; Acting Hospital Steward John J. Lyke; Private William A. Fries; Private Theodore ultu; Piivate Bhejamin 0. Ballard. 2. Major Oonond AL Lissak, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Voluntee-s, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 16, Special Orders No. 36, current series. Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to duty. as Depot Ordnance Officer, Havana, Cuba. He will relieve Lieutenant Colonel Rogers Birnie, Chief Ordnance Officer. U. S. Volunteers, of the duties pertaining to the depot, receipting to him, and to Major. Johm XlcClellan, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers, for all property and funds in their possession. 3. MajoiP John McClellan. Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers, after transferring his property to Major Ormond ]Li. Lak, Chief 'Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers, will report to the biYision Coniunander for further orders. 4. C. ID MMirdo, Junior Veterinary Surgecon, 7th U. S. Cavalry, is relieved from duty with the 1st Squadron, at Catmp Columbia, Cuba, and will report to Major E. S. Godfrey, commanding squadron of 7th Cavalry at Pinar del. Rio, for duty with that squadron. The Quarterinaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 5. Daniel Lemay, Senior Veterinary Surgeon, 7th U. S. Cavalry, now on duty at headquarters of his regiment, will visit the camp of the 1st Squadron, 7th Cavalry, at Camp Columbia; Cuba. twice each week, or as frequently as may be necessary, reporting to the squadron commander for such duty as may be required of him. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No.

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31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men of the 16th Company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now on duty in the telegraph office at Cienfuegos, from and including February 15, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of their present duties, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents (S.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Sergeant J. T. Stewart; Private J. B. Harper; Private George E. Evans. 7. Under the provisions of paragraph 84, Army Regulations, a board of survey, to consist of: Major Robert H. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers; Captain James A. Campbell, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; Lieutenant Edward Carpenter, 2d Artillery; is appointed, to meet at these headquarters on Monday, March 13, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to inventory the public property, and make the customary returns closing the responsibility therefor, stating accurately amounts and condition, of the late Major W. S. Beebe, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers. Receipts should be obtained for such property as was issued by deceased, and filed as vouchers. If known what became of property found deficient, if any, it will be accounted for by a certificate setting forth the facts and disposition thereof. 8. Lieutenant E ward A. Roche, 15th Infantry, now at Ciego de Avila, Cuba, will proceed to this city, and report in person to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for the purpose of being ordered before the examining board in session here, for examination as to his fitness for promotion, upon the completion whereof he will return to his proper station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, letI Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS. 1 HEADQUARTERS DivISION -OF-CUBA, No. 38. 1 Havana, March 10, 1899. 1. Acting Assistant Surgeon Thomas R. Marshall, U. S. Army; is relieved from duty inthe Department of the Province of Havana, and will report to the Commanding Officer, Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Major Ormond .Lissak, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 16, Special Orders No. 36, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to duty at the Ordnance Depot, Havana, Cuba. He will relieve Lieutenant Colonel Rogers Birnie, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers, of the property pertaining to the depot, receipting to him, and to Major John Mc Clel/an, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers. for all property and funds in their possession pertaining thereto. 3. alter Lahey, Chief Repairman of Telegraph Lines, will proceed froml Havana to Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, and take station. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 4. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men of Company E, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, now on duty at the pumping station at Cerro (Ha= vana), Cuba, from and including March 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of their present duties, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Corporal 11 8. Cdawell; Private Geor(e Nicol; Private (ias 1)(1Ie. 5. Paragraph 2, Special Orders No. 37, current series, these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 6. Captain F. B. Dugan, 7th Cavalry, will proceed from Pinar del Rio to Havana, Cuba, for the purpose of transfevihu ordnance and ordnance stores pertaining to his regimeit, for which he is responsible, to Major Ornond 31. Lisak, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Ordmnce Officer. Upon completion of this duty, Captain Dugan will return to his proper station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.

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7. Acting Assistant Surgeon Charles G. Cuiksliank, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 19, Special Orders No. 41, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will report in person to the Commanding General, Department of Puerto Principe, for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the followingnaimed enlisted men (privates) of the U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now on detached service at the places below mentioned, from and including the dates set opposite their respective names, and while engaged in the performance of their present duties, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Harold A. Ga ser, 16th Company, Sancti Spiritus, Mairch 31 1899; Thomas .Shamp, 16th Company, Lojas, March 4, 1899; Chiarle5 P. Smith, 16th Company, Tunas de Zaza, March 5, 1899; Richard Hargrae, 15th Company, Pinar dCel Rio, March 7, 1899. 9. Major John B. Guthrie, 15th U. S. Infantry, at Guanajay, Cuba, having completed the duties assigned, to him in paragraph 4, Special Orders No. 36, current series, these headquarters, will rejoin his proper station in this city. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutadt General. OFFI CIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infintry, Aide de Camp. 4

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SPECIAL ORDERS, i HEADQUARTERS Division OF CUBA, No. 39. j Havana, March 13, 1899. 1. Private Cliauncey Lafler, First U. S. Infantry, now at 2d Division Hospital, 7th Army Corps, Camp Columbia, Cuba, will report to his regimental commander at Pinar del Rio. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will colnnlte the rations of Private Lafier, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 2. Major Johnt B. (juthrie, 15th U. S. Infantry, now in this city, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, to inspect the records of the 12th New York and 160th Indiana Volunteer Infantry. Upon completion of this duty, he will return to his proper station in Havana. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. :3. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation, from this city to Nuevitas, Puerto Principe, for Private WF. D. Hafnowd, Troop D, 8th Cavalry, en route to join his regiment in compliance with telegraph instructions from Headquarters of the Army, of the 2nd instant; and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Iian;mond, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for four (4) days, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 4. By (ireetion of the Secretary of War, Captain W. H. JInltsoit, 16th Infantry, is relieved from further duty in. this Division, and will proceed to the United States to join his regiment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Commissary Sergeant Max Wehiberger, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty in the Department of Santiago, and will report to the Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Division of Cuba, Havana, for assignment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessUry transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commiute the rations of Sergeant Weinberyer, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for four (4) days, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. G. Comnnissary Sergeant Andrew Ryan, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty in the Department of Santiago, and will report to Captain E. B. i'nton, Depot Commissary, Cienfuegos, Cuba, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessarY transportation, and the Subsistence Department will

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commute the rations of Sergeant Ryan, in advance. at the prescribed rate, for three (3) days, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 7. Commissary Sergeant Erank JfcCaftrcy, U. S. Army, is relieved from temporary duty at Cienfuegos, and, upon the arrival of Commissary Sergeant Andrew Ryan, U. S. Army, to relieve him, will report to the Depot Commissary, Havana,Cuba, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant McCaffrey, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it Leing impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way 8. Private Byrd C. Mofldonery, 3d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, now attached to Company .of that regiment, at Camp Michie, Matanzas, will report to his regimental commanler at Cienfuegos, Cuba, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Mo ntgomwey, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for the necessary number cf days, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 9. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation for the following named enlisted men, who arrived at this port on the transport Ijarnside, to the stations indicated. viz: To Puerto Principe: 8th Cavalry-Farrier Owen Searson, Trloop I; Privates Oscar Davis, Troop H; William J. Gren, Troop I; and JWilliam Patnode, Robert Abbott, Harry L. Perkis. ind Robert Schroeder, Troop L. 15th Infantry-Privates John B. (dloway, Company E; Frank Sellers, Company F; Alwin Martini, Company I; and Musician George C. E. Goddard, Company L. To Pinar del Rio: 1st Infantry-Sergeant George 1?. Thornber, Company II; Musician Edwin T. ;stin, Company C; Privates Charles L. Goodrich, Company F, and IHartwell McDonald, Company H; and Recruit iobert Berlay, unassigned. 7th Cavalry-John Mathias, cook, Tlroop C. To Matanzas: 2d Cavalry-Privates Jmes W. Longest and Pait Sanyer, Troop A; Harry I. Merrill, Troop D; and Recruits Lawrence J. Cleary, James ])oyle. James R. Hazlett, and Willian E. Kebey, unassigned.

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8th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry-Private H. Foren, Company F. James To Cienfuegos: 2d Cavalry-First Sergeant Patrick lhdxh, Troop B; Privates Hubert G. Muscler, Troop F; Edward B. Stone, Troop I; and Owen Pedley, Troop L. 31st Michigan Volunteer Infantry-Private Harry Kramer, Company C. To Marianao: 161st Indiana Volunteer Infantry-Quartermaster Sergeant Robert Ainsley, Company L. 1st North Carolina Volunteer Infantry-Corporal Robert L. Heatherly, Company H. 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry-Corporal George E. Ford, Company C. 7th Cavalry-Privates William J. Smith, Troop B, and Edwin R. Gannon, Troop F. The detachment en route to Puerto Principe will be attached, by the Comnmanding General, Department of Havana, to some company for rations until the departure of the next steamer. The Subsistence Department will provide suitable rations for the detachments going to Puerto Principe, Pinar del Rio, Matanzas,and Cienfuegos,for the necessary number of days. The enlisted man first named in each detachment will be in charge of that detachment. 10. By direction of the Secretary of War, the following named officers are relieved from duty in this Division, a will proceed at once to San Francisco and join their re ment, which will embark for Manila March 23, 1899: Lieutenant Hugh D. Iise, 9th Infantry. Lieutenant Thbomas I. Connell, 9th Infantry. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. nd giBF COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 40. 1 Havana, March 14, 1899. 1. Major Haldima?d P. Young, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 79, Special Orders No. 53, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to duty under the direction of Brigadier General Charles F. Henplrey, U. S. Volunteers, Chief Quartermaster of the Division. 2. In compliance with telegraphic instructions from the Secretary of War, Brigadier General Edward B. Williston, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from temporary command of the Department of Pinar del Rio, and will proceed, without delay, to Fort McHenry, Maryland, and resume command of the 6th Artillery. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. By direction of the Secretary of War, Brigadier General Henry C. Hasbrouck, U. S. Volunteers, accompanied by his authorized aides, will proceed, without delay, to Pinar del Rio, and assume temporary command of the Department of Pinar del Rio, relieving Brigadier General Edward B. lVilliston, U. S. Volunteers. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. One battalion (Duggan's) of the 10th U. S. Infantry is relieved from duty in the Department of Havana, and will proceed to and take station at Cardenas, Cuba. The battalion will take with it all of its tentage, other camp and garrison equipage, and transportation, and subsistence for ten (10) days. The Medical Department will provide the required medical attendance and supplies, and the Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 0. Major M. C. IWyeth, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 80, Special Orders No. 40, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will report to the Chief Surgeon of the Division, for duty in charge of the Medical Supply Depot, Havana, Cuba. 6. In compliance with telegraphic instructions from the Secretary of War, Lieutenant James P. Anderson, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed to Augusta, Georgia,

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and, on arrival thereat, will report to Lieutenant Colonel Edward B. Ives, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, for duty with the 6th Company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Sergeant Lawrence Doyle, Company D, 15th Infantry, and seven men of the same regiment and station, having completed the duty assigned them in paragraph 4, Special Orders No. 62, current series, Department of Puerto Principe, of escorting thirteen general prisoners to Havana, Cuba, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation from this city to Puerto Principe, and the Subsistence Department will provide suitable rations for the requisite number of days. 8. The following-named privates of Troop K, 2d U. S. Cavalry, now at camp near Matanzas, will proceed to Cienfuegos, Cuba, and report to their troop commander, viz: Joseph McCormick, Joseph 'Curren, Thi omas Ritthie. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will provide suitable rations for two (2) days. 9. Paragraph 3, Special Orders No. 38, current series, these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 10. T. R1. Baldwin, Chief Repairman of Telegraph Lines, will proceed from Havana to Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, and take station. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 11. R. A. Snith and J. A. Mc Vickar, Telegraph Line Repairmen, will proceed from Havana to Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, and, on arrival thereat, will report to T H. Baldwin, Chief Repairman of Telegraph Lines, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 12. Privates William G. Little and John H. Burton, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, who arrived at this port on the transport Burnside, will proceed to Marianao, Cuba, and report to the Comnimanding General, 7th Army Corps and Department of the Province of Havana, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 13. Captain Frederick TV Sibley, 2d U. S. Cavalry, having been detailed as Adjutant of his regiment under the provis-

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ions of General Order No. 36, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will proceed from Matanzas to Cienfuegos, Cuba, and report to Colonel Henry E. Noyes, commanding 2d Cavalry. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, t HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 41. j Havana, March 15, 1899. 1. Major James 31. Arrasmith, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, now on duty with the 7th Army Corps at Marianao, will report to Major A. L. Smith, U. S. Army, Chief Commissary of the Division, at Havana, Cuba, for duty in connection with the inspection and acceptance of fresh meat slaughtered for issue to United States troops. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. By direction of the Secretary of War, the following named officers, now at the stations indicated, will report in person, when required, to Lieutenant Colonel iWilliam L. Haskin, 2d Artillery, president of the examining board appointed by paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 49, current series, Department of Havana, at Havana, Cuba, for examina tion as to their fitness for promotion, upon completion whereof they will return to their proper stations, to wit: First Lieutenant Harvey C. Carbaugh, 5th Artillery, Lieutenant Colonel and Judge Advocate, U. S. Volunteers; Santiago. First Lieutenant William F. Hancock, 6th Artillery, Captain and Assistant Adjutant General, U. S. Volunteers; Sancti Spiritus. First Lieutenant George T. Bartlett, 3d Artillery, Major and Chief Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers;, Havana. First Lieutenant Edward A. Millar, 6th Artillery, Aide de Camp; Havana. First Lieutenant Willoughby Walke, 7th Artillery, Major, 3d U. S. Volunteer Engineers; Matanzas. First Lieutenant John Conklin, junior, 2d Artillery; Trinidad. First Lieutenant Samuel D. Sturgis, 6th Artillery,Major and Assistant Adjutant General, U. S. Volunteers; Pinar del Rio. Second Lieutenant Otho TV. B. Farr, 2d Artillery; Havana. Second Lieutenant Clarence E. Lang, 2d Artillery; Havana. Second Lieutenant Dwight E. Aultman, 2d Artillery, Aide de Camp; Havana. Second Lieutenant John C. Gilmore, junior, 4th Artillery, Captain and Assistant Adjutant General, U. S. Volunteers; Santiago. Second Lieutenant Harry F. Jackson, 2d Artillery; Havana.

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Second Lieutenant Edwin Landon, 2d Artillery; Havana. Second Lieutenant Bertram C. Gilbert, 2d Artillery; Havana. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Leave of absence for thirty days, with permission to go beyond the limits of the Division and to apply for an extension of thirty days, is granted Captain E. C. Brooks, Assistant Adjutant General, U. S. Volunteers, Aide de Camp. 4. A board of officers, to consist of: Major TV. J. Dillenback, 2d Artillery; Captain TV. L. Pitcher, 8th Infantry; First Lieutenant J. R. Lindsay, Quartermaster, 8th Infantry; will convene at Fort Cabanas, Havana, Cuba, on Monday, March 20, 1899, at 10 o'clock a. in., or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into and report upon the qualifications of Otto TV. Sefers, Sergeant, Battery E, 2d Artillery, and such other sergeants at the post as may desire to be examined, for the position of post quartermaster sergeant. The board will make separate report in each case. The reports will fully conform in all particulars to paragraphs 95 and 96 of the Army Regulations, giving questions and answers, and will be forwarded to the Adjutant General of the Army, through Headquarters, Department of Havana, with as little delay as practicable. 5. Major William H. Miller, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with telegraphic orders from the Secretary of War, will proceed to Cienfuegos, Cuba, and report to Major General J. C. Bates, U. S. Volunteers, commanding Department of Santa Clara, for duty as Chief Quartermaster of that department. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. The 2d Louisiana Volunteer Infantry is relieved from further duty in this Division, and will proceed, on the Ward line steamer Havana, Saturday (March 18) next, to Savannah, Georgia, for muster out. Civilian teamsters, tents, tent flooring, transportation, surplus C. C. and C. E. will be transferred to the Quartermaster's Department at Camp Columbia, Cuba. The Chief Quartermaster of the Division (with whom the regimental commander will confer) will make all necessary arrangements for transportation; the Subsistence Department will provide suitable rations for ten (10) days,

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and the Medical Department will arrange for medical attendance and supplies. 7. Acting Assistant Surgeon William TV Calhoun, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 44, Special Orders No. 45, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to duty in the Department of Havana, and will report to the Commanding General of that department S. Captain Walter T. Duggan, 10th Infantry, now in this city, will proceed to Cardenas, Cuba, in advance of the battalion, 10th Infantry, ordered to that point, to select suitable camp grounds, &c., for the battalion. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. Lieutenant Thomas E. Boyd, 202d New York Volunteer Infantry, now at Guanajay, will at once proceed to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, to settle and adjust commissary matters, upon the completion of which duty he will return to his proper station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. By direction of the Secretary of War, Private J. J. Watson, Company C, 2d Louisiana Volunteer Infantry, will be discharged by his commanding officer at his station in Cuba. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 42. Havana, March 1G, 1899. 1. First Lieutenant J. D. Gwynn, Company D, 1st North Carolina Volunteer Infantry, is relieved from duty with the 10th U. S. Infantry, and Second Lieutenant John A. Haldin, of the same company and regiment, is detailed in his stead. The former will report to his regimental commander, and the latter to the Commanding Officer, 10th U. S. Infantry, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Leave of absence for one month, with permission to visit the United States, is granted Lieutenant WI Alex. Robertson, 2d U. S. Volunteer Infantry, pending acceptance of his resignation. 3. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant L. H. Apirian, Company K, 8th U. S. Infantry, now on duty at Havana wharf, in charge of the distribution of rations to the various stations, from and including March 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of his present duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 4. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Hospital Steward John B. Anderson, U. S. Army, now on duty as clerk in the office of the Chief Surgeon, Department of Matanzas, at Matanzas, Cuba, from and including March 5, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of his present duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 5. The headquarters and two remaining battalions of the 10th UT. S. Infantry are relieved from duty in the Department of Havana, and will proceed, on transport Meade, to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting to the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will provide suitable rations for the requisite number of days. (. Acting Assistant Surgeon William Alden, U. S. Army, will proceed, with the 202d New York Volunteer Infantry, to Savannah Georgia. Upon completion of this duty, he will return to his proper station, at Guanajay, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish trans-

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portation, from this city to Guanajay, Cuba, for Post Quartermaster Sergeant Ernt Walther, U. S. Army, en route to his station 8. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation, from this city to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, for Post Quartermaster Sergeant John H. Supple, U. S. Army; en route to his station. 9. Sergeant Gaino Bullard and Private Sum Faulkner, Company E, and Private John Brashers, Company I, 3d Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, will at once proceed to Augusta, Georgia, and report, on arrival thereat, to Captain 2. E. MleCabe, 35th Michigan Volunteer Infantry, Judge Advocate, as witnesses before a general cour t-martial in session at that place. Upon being notified that their presence is no longer required before the court, these soldiers will proceed to Savannah, Georgia, and report to their regimental commander for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the neccssary transportation, and the Subsistence Delatrtment prul er rations. 10. Acting Assistant Surgeon T. F. Go'iding, U. S. Army, Acting Hospital Steward George C. Burton, and Privates Leter C. Vinters, John J. Burns, 11. D. Jenkins, and 1?. Lillie, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, who accompanied battalion of 10th Infantry on its departure from this city, are assigned for duty to the Department of Matanzas, and will take station at Cardenas, Cuba. 11. Corporal Thomas Clancey, Troop B, 7th Cavalry, is detailed for duty at Headquarters, Department of Havana, and will at once report in person to the Commanding General of that department. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation from Marianao, Cuba. 12. Second Lieutenant Ijoy B. Harper, 7th Cavalry is relieved from duty in the Department of Havana,. nd will report to the Commanding General, 7th Army Corps and Department of the Province of Havana, for duty Avith his troop. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public ser vied BY COMMAND OF AJOR GENERAL BROok: W. RICAIRDS Adj tant (jei iral. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 1th Infantry, Aide de Caimp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 43. Havana, March 18, 1899. 1. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men of the U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, on duty at the stations indicated, from and including the date set opposite each name (inclusive of the first and exclusive of the second, where two dates are given), and while engaged in the performance of the duty mentioned, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: OPERATORS AT SANTA CRUZ. Sergeant John A. Miner, 17th Co.; January 4 to March 4, 1899. Sergeant H. E. Courtwright, 17th Co.; March 4 to March 18, 1899. Private E. .Oliver, 11th Co.; March 18, 1899. REPAIRMEN AT SANTA CRUZ. Sergeant William J. Lockart, 17th Co.; March 4, 1899. Private J. D. Martin, 17th Co.; January 4 to March 4, 1899. OPERATORS AT PUERTO PRINCIPE. Sergeant F. E. Barton, 17th Co.; January 12 to March 10, 1899. Sergeant N. G. Vanderbilt, 11th Co.; March 10, 1899. Sergeant TV. H. Middlemiss, 11th Co.; March 10, 1899. Corporal WV. P. Liebenrood, 17th Co.; January 25 to March 10, 1899. OPERATORS AT MINAS. Private F. F. Smith, 17th Co.; February 28 to March 12, 1899. Private Alan F. Tarr, 17th Co.; March 13, 1899. OPERATOR AT NUEVITAS. Sergeant William Neimeyer, 17th Co.; February 1 to March 13, 1899. OPERATOR AT LUGARENO AND NUEVITAS. Corporal Karl Law, 17th Co.; March 1, 1899.

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SUPPLY DEPOT AT PUERTO PRINIPE. Sergeant C. E. Jlfason, 11th Co.; February 21, 1899. 2. Captain Iarry B. Cham berlhn, Assistant Quartermaster, V. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 4 Special Orders No. 52, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, and report to the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas, for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. In compliance with telegraphic instructions from the War Department, Lieutenant Colonel Cmrle A. lioodrii//, 7th Artillery, will proceed to Fort Slocun, New York, and report, on arrival thereat, to the Commanding General,DepT)rtment of the East. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Corporal Oliver A. W6ebber, Battery D; 1st Maine Volunteer Artillery, now in Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, reported as being able to travel, will proceed to Savannah, Georgia, on the transport Havana, with the 2d Louisiana Volunteer Infantry, reporting, on his arrival thereat, to the commanding officer of his bataliln. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will provide suitable rations. 5. Private Bascon Deaton, Conmjany G-, 3d U. S. Volun teer Engineers, now in Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, reported as convalesced t, wil proceed to Cienf'egos, Cuba, and report to his company (2ucmn1 nUIer for cilty The Quartermaster's Department will fkrnni the necessary transportation, and the Sul sis ence e artilment will commnute the rations of Private Deanon, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being imp-acticable to provide for his subsistence in any other w y. G. By direction of the Secre'ary of Wa:, Captain Frank .B. ieKmnna, Assist nt Adj utant General, U. S. To'u lneers, now in this city, will proceed to Rochester, N. Y., for recruitlg' dl Y, reporting, or arrival thereat, to the Adjutant General of tle Army for instructions. The travel enjoined is nee ssary for the public service. 7. Major CLark i. Carr, Adi'ional Paymaster. U. S. Volunteers, will report to ,jr Geo re ?l. &mith, Paynaster, U. S. Army. on hoard the transport Hurnside, for duty ill connection with distribution of fund to Cuban Army. On being relieved of this duty, Major Carr will return to his proper station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.

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S. Major Louis Knapp, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 41, Special Orders No. 45, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will report to the Chief Paymaster of the Division for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. Captain lWalter L. Phclpe, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty at Havana, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of Pinar del Rio, for assignment to station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. Major John B. Guthrc, 15th Infantry, Chief of Records of Volunteers, will proceed from Havana to Marianao, Cuba, and return, at such times as may be necessary, to examine the records of the regiments of the 7th Army Corps under orders to go to the United States for muster out. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 11. Major J. B. Kenner, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, accompanied by his authorized clerk, will proceed, on transport Meade, to Matanzas, Cuba, and transfer certain funds of the Pay Department to Major B. F. Havens, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, upon completion of which duty he and his clerk will return to Havana. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 12. Major George 1?. Smith. Paymaster, U. S. Army, will take station in the city of Havana, to date from the 11th instant. 13. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Acting Hospital Steward A. A. Lloyd, U. S. Army, now on duty at the medical dispensary at Giines, from and including Decemher 30, 189), ant while engaged in the performance of his present duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 14. Leave of absence for one month, on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to go beyond the limits of the Division, is granted Major P. D. ifacNtaglton, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers. 15. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty as indicated below, from and including the dates set opposite their respective names, and while engaged in the performance of their present duty, at the rate

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of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Acting Hospital Steward John If. Iatts, corps dentist, Camp Columbia; March 1, 1899. Acting Hospital Steward Edgar A. Saxby, clerk, Chief Surgeon's office, Pinar del Rio; March 15, 1899. Private Christian Peterson, messenger, Chief Surgeon's office, Pinar del Rio; March 15, 1899. 16. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men, now on duty in the office of the Quartermaster at Guanajay,as post quartermaster sergeant, storekeeper, and clerk, respectively, from and including the dates set opposite their respective names, and while engaged in the performance of their present duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Post Quartermaster Sergeant Ernst W1alther; March 7, 1899. Corporal Greenhall, Company H, 1st Infantry; March 10, 1899. Private Oswald, Company I, 1st Infantry; March 10, 1899. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHAkPDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, } HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 44. j Havana, larch 21, 1899. 1. By direction of the Secretary of War, First Lieutenant Jnme.s S. Wilson, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, will turn over the medical supplies for which he is responsible to Major Alarlborough C. lWyeth, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, and will then report to the Commanding Offieer, Hospital Ship illissouri, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Major Philip Jlothersill, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 73, Special Orders No. 41. current series, Headquarters of the Army, will proceed to Puerto Principe, Cuba, and report, on his arrival thereat, to the Commanding General of that department, for duty as Chief Commissary. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Leave of absence for one month, on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to go beyond the limits of the Division and to apply for an extension of one month, is granted Captain Sauel A. Smoke. Assistant Quartermaster. U. S. Volunteers. 4. By direction of the Secretary of War, Second Lieutenant George C. Burnell, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is relieved from duty in this Division, and will proceed to Fort Myer, Virginia, reporting, on his arrival thereat, to Major (Tstave V. S. Stevens. U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men of the Signal Corps, now on duty as indicated below, from and including the dates set opposite their respective names. and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: OPERATORS. Sergeant De Witt C. Fensternaker, Headquarters, Pinar del Rio: March 10, 1899. Corporal Thomas Daley, Ciego de Avila; March 8, 1899. Corporal A. D. Penny, Jicaro; March 14, 1899. First-class Private W. D. Sunner, Mor6n; March 14, 1899.

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OPERATORS AND N)LINE MEN. Corporal George H. Patten, San Juan y Martinez and San Luis; March 14 to March 21, 1899. Corporal Charles Gay, Cienfuegos; March 9, 1899. Private Frank Gaddy, Trinidad; March 13, 1899. Private Wrdter B. Mann. Casilda; March 18. 1899. IANICMEN--CONSTRUCTION DUTY NEUAR JNA LEs. Sergeant Arthur F. Cole; March 22, 1899. Sergeant Louis T. Soope; March 22, 1899. Private Adgar b. Frst; March 22, 1899. Private Edin G. Hindert; March 22, 1899. INEMEN-sI'('PECIAL DUTY NEAR CONSOLACION )1K1 SUR. Corporal George H. Patten; March 22, 1899. Private Patrhlcv O' Cnnell; March 22, 1899. Private Frank 1'. E. Garedter; March 22, 1899. 6. The follo wing-naned officers will appear before an examining board convened at Headquarters. Department of Havana, to determine their fitness for promotion, at such times as they may be advised by the president of the board that their presence is required, to wit: First Lieutenant (hauncey B. Baker, 7th U. S. Infantry, Major and Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; First Lieutenant William. Weigel, 11th U. S. Infantry, Captain and Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. VoLunteers; First Lieutenant Charles X Farnsworth, 7th U. S. Infantry, Aide de Camp; First Lieutenant James T. Dean, 14th U. S. infantry, Major and Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers; First Lieutenant James Baylies, 10th U. S. Infantry; Second Lieutenant Romulus F. 1WTdton, 10th U. S. Infantry; Second Lieutenant George J. Holderi, 10th U. S. Infantry; Second Lieutenant 3uthcn K, A verill, 7th U. S. Cavalry; and upon completion thereof, they will return to their proper stations. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Captain J. U. Mason Blunt, AssistantQuartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty in the Department of Havana, and will report to Brigadier General Charles F. Humphnrgy, Chief Quartermaster of the Division, for assignment.

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S. Lieutenants Percy Welch, Company B. Iry L. Reynolds, Company C, Cyrus A. Jackson, Company (, Aidthony A. Anheire, Company I, and T. H. Owens, Compay K, 161st Indiana Volunteer Infantry, and Second Lieutenants HarrimsO S. derrick, Company D, 2d Illinois Volunteer Infantry, and H. J. Hiri.hinqer and J. -1. Goodmnm, 1st North Carolina Volunteer Infantry, are relieved from duty in the Department of Havana and with the 10th U. S. Infantry, in the Department of Matanzas, and will report to their regimental commanders at Camp Columbia, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. Leave of absence for one month, on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to go beyond the limits of the Division, is granted First Lieutenant John b. hayeskie, Company G, 2d Illinois Volunteer Infantry. 10. 1y direction of the Secretary of War, Second Lieutenant B. ('. Gilbert, 2(1 Artillery, is relieved from duty in this Division, and will proceed, without delay, to Fort McHenry. Maryland. and report to the Commanding Officer, 6th Artillery. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 11. Leave of absence for one month; with permission to go beyond the limits of the Division and to apply for an extension of one month, is granted Acting Assistant Surgeon Ralph L. Taylor, U. S. Army. 12. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31. current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Acting Hospital Steward Herman Hamann, U. S. Army. now on duty as clerk in the office of the Chief Surgeon, Department of Havana, from and including March 13. 1.899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 13. Second Lieutenant James C. Rheu. 7th Cavalry, will proceed front Havana to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting to the Commanding General of that department for assignment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 14. Payment of troops in this Division, for the muster of March 31, 1899, will be made by the following-named additional paymasters, U. S. Volunteers, as designated, to wit: At Matanzas, CArdenas, and La Uni6n, and troops detached, by Major Ben jamin F. Ha venrs, who will, upon completion of this duty, take station at Matanzas. At Amaro. Sagua la Grande, Caibari6n, Santa Clara,

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Cienfuegos. Trinidad, and Sancti Spiritus, and troops detached, and troops at Ciego de Avila (Province of Puerto Principe), by Major Illiam H. Thrift. who will, upon completion of this duty, take station at Cienfuegos. At Nuevitas, Minas, and Puerto Principe, and troops detached ( with the exception of the troops at Ciego de Avila), by Major James B. Kueuiner, who will, upon completion of this duty, take station at Puerto Principe. At Pinar del Rio, (uanajay. and Mariel. and troops detache(l by Major Joseph S. JVilk.ins. In the Department of the Province of Havana. 1y lajors Lu(ix Kapp. S. Heth Tyler, and Glen H. Logan. In the Department of Havanaby Major William P. Graham. Commanding officers will provide the necessary escorts, upon request of the paymasters above mentioned. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and, when practicable, will ship, by express. the funds required for this payment, together with the chests and field safes necessary for their safe-keeping. The Subsistence Department will provide the necessary travel rations. Upon the completion of this duty (except where otherwise specifically provided herein), the paymasters will return to their proper stations. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 15. Corporal Joseph C. Wilson, Company L, 10th U. S. Infantry, will proceed from Matanzas to Havana, Cuba, and report to First Lieutenant F. H. ASargent, 8th U. S. Infantry, recorder of the examining board convened at Havana March 25, 1899, at 10 o'clock a. in., for examination as to his fitness for promotion to the grade of second lieutenant, on the completion of which he will return to his proper station. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will provide suitable rations for one (1) day each way. 16. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following-named enlisted men of Company K, 3d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, now on duty at the cuartel at Pinar del Rio. from and including March 15. 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Sergeant John .Pahuker (mechanical engineer). overseer:

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Sergeant John Howry (stonemason), overseer; Private .F. Lewis (painter), overseer; Private Arch Wilson (carpenter), foreman. 17. Captain Stephen .Lowe, junior, 6th Missouri Volunteer Infantry, is relieved from duty with the 8th U. S. Infantry, and will report to his regimental commander, at Camp Columbia, Cuba, for assignment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 18. Leave of absence for one month, on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to go beyond the limits of the Division, is granted Major F. J. JTcGrath, Engineer Officer, U. S. Volunteers. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: K Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, } hEADQUARTERS DIvISION OF CUnA, N o. 45. Havana, March 21j, 1809. 1. Major 1. X. Blow, jairior. 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry (first lieutenant, 15th U. S. Infantry), now at Camp Columbia, is hereby detached from his regiment, and will report to Major J. B. G.hrie, 15th U. S. Infantry, Chief of Records of Volunteers, for duty in connection with the examination of records of volunteer organization. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. By direction of the Secretary of War, Major Carroll Mercer, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, now in this city, will proceed to San Francisco, California, reporting, on arrival thereat, to Major iJ. E. Baldwin, as assistant. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. First Lieutenant A. G. Epes and Second Lieutenants H. D. Thomas, F. B. Blankenship, and A. F. Rix, 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry, are relieved from duty with the 8th and 10th U. S. Infantry and at Second Division Hospital, and will report to their regimental commander, at Camp Columbia, Cuba, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Second Lieutenants Thomas S. Parker and John F. Wilkinson, 15th U. S. Infantry, now stationed at Ciego de Avila, will proceed to Havana, Cuba, and report in person to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for the purpose of being ordered before the examining board in session there, for examination as to their fitness for promotion, upon the completion whereof they will return to their proper stations. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Second Lieutenant Perry J1elsh, 161st Indiana Volunteer Infantry, will proceed, without delay, from Matanzas to the camp at Cabanas, Cuba,, to attend a reconvened session of the general court-martial of which he is a member, on completion of which duty he will report to his regimental commander, at Camp Columbia, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Under authority of the Secretary of War, the following named enlisted men will be discharged the service of the United States, by the Commanding Officer, Camp Columbia, to enable them to accept employment in the Quartermaster's Department, to wit: Corporal Julian IV. Erichsen, Co. F, 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry;

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Private Richard W. Reynolds, Co. A, 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry. These soldiers are entitled to travel pay. 7. Leave of absence for one month is hereby granted Major William Dolz, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers. 8. Captain John B. Rodman, 20th U. S. Infantry, First Lieutenant Tilliam H. Wdlheln, 14th U. S. Infantry, and Second Lieutenant William G. Sills, 2d U. S. Cavalry, now stationed in the Department of Santa Clara, will proceed to Havana, Cuba, and report in person to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for the purpose of being ordered before the examining board in session there, for examination as to their fitness for promotion, upon the completion whereof they will return to their proper stations. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. Private John E. Cowen, Company B, 8th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, now on board the hospitAl ship Missouri, reported as convalescent, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, and report to his regimental commander for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Cowen, in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 10. Privates John Ohern and Fred Wolf, Company D, 10th U. S. Infantry, charged with desertion, and now in the Presidio of Havana, will be sent, under charge of a suitable guard, by the Commanding General, Department of Havana, to the headquarters of their regiment, at Matanzas, Cuba. Upon completion of this duty, the guard will return to its proper station. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will provide suitable rations for one (1) day each way. 11. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the followingnamed enlisted men, now on duty, as indicated below, at Headquarters Department of Pinar del Rio, from and including the dates set opposite their respectives names, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and twenty cents ($1.20) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Sergeant I. C. Flannery, Co. B, 3d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, clerk, Disbursing Office (Cuban funds); March 15, 1899;

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Sergeant Tlomas Iolman, Co. B, 1st U. S. Infantry, provost sergeant; March 23, 1899; Private JAdson J. IWatson, Co. A, 1st U. S. Infantry, clerk, Adjutant General's Office; March 1, 1899; Private llbrry L. Conklin, Co. G, 1st U. S. Infantry, clerk, Adjutant General's Office; March 1, 1899. 12. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Post Quartermaster Sergeant James R. Gilletpie, U. S. Army, now on duty in the quartermaster's warehouse at Marianao, Cuba, from and including March 12, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 13. Privates Ifoward B. Smith, Company I, Joseph E. Tillians, Company H, and Ulysses G. Wells, Company H, 10th U. S. Infantry, now on board the hospital ship Misso ri, having refused to submit to operation, are hereby returned to duty, and will report to their respective company commanders, at Matanzas, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necesswv transportation, and the Subsistence Department will provide suitable rations for one (1) day. 14. Private Patrick Wluker, Company G. 10th U. S. Infantry, now on board the hospital ship Mmissori, being a proper subject for discharge, will be sent to the station of his company at Matanzas, Cuba, to enable the regimental surgeon, who possesses more data in the case, to prepare the necessary papers. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commnute the rations of Private JVcdker in advance at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 15. Paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 37, current series, these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 1(. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following-named enlisted men, on duty at the Medical Supply Depot, Havana, from and including March 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way to wit: Hospital Steward Patrick McCloin, U. S. Army;

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Acting Hospital Steward John J. Lyke, U. S. Army; Private Benjamin 0. Ballard Hospital Corps, U. S. Army; Private James Moore Hospital Corps, U. S. Army; Private Frank Denison, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army. 17. Private W. R. Hurst 17th Company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now at Camp Columbia, will report for duty to the Chief Quartermaster of the Division, Havana, relieving Private J. T. White, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps; who will report to Lieutenant Colonel R. P. Strong, Chief Signal Officer, Seventh Army Corps, Camp Columbia, Cuba, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 18. First Lieutenant R. 1F. Hardenbergh, Company E, 3d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, now at Pinar del Rio, will report for duty to his regimental commander at Cienfuegos, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 19. Second Lieutenant J. F. Nourse, Company B, 3d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, now at Cienfuegos, will report for duty to his company commander at Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 20. The resignation of Mr. F. S. Arnold, civilian clerk, having been accepted, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish him transportation from this city to Washington, D. C., in accordance with the provisions of his appointment. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFnIA ; First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORnRs, HEADQUARTERs DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 4G. Havana, March 26, 1899. 1. A board of survey to consist of: Major James T. Dean, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers; Major Damaso T. Lain6, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Voluiteers; Captain Jamas A. Campbell, Acting Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; isappointedto meet at Quemados at10 o'clock a. m., tomorrow, March 27, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to inspect and report upon the quality and condition of a quantity of refrigerated beef received from the transport, "Kilpatrick" and delivered in this city by Swift & Company, and for -which Major A. L. Smith, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Army, Depot Commissary, Havana, is accountable 2. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Private einas lF. : oodside, Company. M, 1st North Carolina Volunteer Infantry, will be discharged the service of the United StAtes, by the commanding officer, Camp Columbia, to enable. im to accept employment in the Quartermaster's DepartmthQent. This soldier; is entitled to travel pay. 3.. lieutenant John A. Hlldin, 1st North Carolina Voltner hIfanmiry is'relieved from duty with the 10th I. S. Infantry, and, will report at once at these headquarters. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Acting Assistant Surgeon Ilygh 21. Taylor, U. S. Army, having repor&kd At these headquarters in compliance with pagraphi 49, Special Orders No. 49, current series, fHeadquarters of the Army, will report to the Commanding General, Departmpnt of Havana, for assignment to duty. 5 Under telegiapilc instructions from the Secretary of Wai Assistant Surbeon Clarence J. Manley, U. S. Army, is relievedfrdm duty in the Departnent of Havana, and will report to the Conrnhding Officer, Hospital Ship Missouri, for duty.' 6. First Lieutenant C. 31. Duffy, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corpsa nimv in the field near Ciego de Avila, will proceed to that town, for temporary duty in connection with the telegraph serviceThe travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 0

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7. When his services can be spared by the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana, Captain Edward C. McDowell, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty in that department, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of Santa Clara, for assignment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. When his services can be spared by the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana, Major James L. Wilson, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty in that department, and will report to Brigadier General Charles F. Humphrey, Chief Quartermaster of the Division, for assignment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. A board of survey, to consist of: Major James T. Dean, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers; Major Robert 11. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers; First Lieutenant Charles S. Farnsworth, 7th U. S. Infantry; is appointed to meet in the office of the Depot Quartermaster, II avana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. in., on Friday, March 31, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the shortage in a shipment of revolving chairs, invoiced by Captain Wirt Robinson, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, New York City, under date of February 20, 1899, to the Depot Quartermaster, Havana. 10. Second Lieutenant Harry A. Swigert, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now at Camp Columbia, Cuba, whose services are reported by the Chief Signal Officer of the Dix ision to be no longer needed, will comply with the provisions of General Orders No. 46, current series, Headquarters of the Army, and proceed to his home. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 11. The 2d Illinois Volunteer Infantry having been ordered to the United States for muster out of the service,the following-named officers of that regiment on detached service, are relieved from such duty, and will report to their regimental commander, to wit: First Lieutenant John P. Scheying, with Police Department, Havana; First Lieutenant Stephen B. Thompson, with Police Department, Havana;

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First Lieutenant Edward J. Sharp, with First Division Hospital; First Lieutenant H. J. Freeman, with 10th U. S. Infantry; First Lieutenant 1V. C. Metcalf, with Provost Guard, 7th Army Corps; Second Lieutenant A. A. Haussner, with 10th U. S. Infantry. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 12. By direction of the Secretary of War. Military Prisoner John Devine, late a private of Troop G, 2d Cavalry, sentenced to confinement at Fort Marion, Florida, a's promulgated in Special Orders No. 27, current series, Headquarters Department of the Gulf, will be sent, under proper guard, limited to the necessities of safe delivery, to that post and turned over to the commanding officer thereat for execution of the sentence. Army Regulations 911 will be strictly complied with, and in addition to the papers, &c., therein called for, a copy of the charge and specification upon which convicted, if on hand, will be sent. Upon completion of this duty, the guard will return to its proper station. 13. Musician Clement 1. Whitby Company A, 49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry, is relieved from duty on the Hospital Ship Missouri, and will report to his company commander for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 14. Captain Charles B. Repburn, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now in this city, will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, to take charge of the telegraph construction work between Guantanamo and Sagua de Tnamo, relieving Lieutenant George. C. Bmrnell, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, from that duty. Lieutenant Burnell, on being thus relieved by Captain Hepburn, is relieved from further duty in this Division and will proceed to Fort Myer, Virginia, and report in person to Major Gustave TV. S. Stevens, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, in accordance with paragraph 4, Special Orders No. 44, current series, these headquarters. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 15. Privates Harry Starr, and William F. A bee, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, are relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Corps, and will report to the commanding officer hospital ship Missouri for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 16. By direction of the Secretary of War, Acting Assis-

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tant Surgeon George E. Chamberlain, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty in hospital, 2d Division, 7th Army Corps, and will report to the commanding officer, hospital ship Missouri for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS,) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 47. .Havana, March 28, 1899. 1. First Lieutenant John Macauley, Quartermaster, 12th New York Volunteer Infantry, now at Matanzas, Cuba, detained thereat, on the departure of his regiment, for the purpose of closing his accounts and property responsibility, will proceed to, and join his regiment, at New York City, New York. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. 2d Lieutenants H. J. Iirshinger and J. A. Goodman, 1st North Carolina Volunteer Infantry, having returned to Camp Columbia from detached service with the 10th U. S. Infantry, at Matanzas, Cuba, after their regiment had embarked for the United States, will proceed to Savannah, Georgia, and report to their regimental commander for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Acting Assistant Sargeon William S. Terriberry, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Corps, and will report to Major M. C. Wyeth, Surgeon U. S. Army, Medical Supply Officer, Division of Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Acting Assistant Surgeon H. B. Wilkinson, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Corps, and will report to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Leave of absence for one month, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Lieutenant Colonel John A. Kress, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers. 6. By direction of the Acting Secretary of War, Lieutenant Arthur .Chase, 2d Artillery, upon his arrival in Havana, will report to Major John B. Guthrie, U. S. Army, as assistant in the inspection and correction of records of Volunteer regiments. 7. By the direction of the Secretary of War, Lieutenant Clarke Al. Carr, 9th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, now in hospital at Camp Columbia, Department of the Province of Havana, will proceed to Fort Monroe, Virginia, and report to Major Calvin Dewitt, Medical Department U. S. Army, for examination as to his fitness for a Second Lieutenancy, U. S. Army. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. Captain J. P. Wooten, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, commanding 2d company U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps having completed the work assigned to him under Special Orders No. 13, current series, these headquarters, will proceed with his company from the field near Ciego de Avila;

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to Camp Columbia, Cuba. Captain looten will transfer the transportation under his charge to the Quartermaster at Ciego de Avila, signal equipment pertaining to the Signal Corps will be taken to Camp Columbia, and such telegraph stores as may be on hand will be turned over to the operator in charge of the station at Ciego de Avila. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department suitable rations for the necessary number of days. 9. Acting Hospital Steward Ralph E. Cross, U. S. Army, and the detachment under his charge, which arrived on the steamer from Savannah, will report to the commanding oflicer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 10. Private Janes Ford, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now in this city, will report to the commanding officer, hospital ship Missouri, for duty. The Quarterniaster'sDepartment will finish the necessary transportation. 11. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders Nd. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named, enlisted men, now oi duty at Hleadquarters; 7th Army Corps and Department of the Province of Iavanq, from and including March 25, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of $1.50 per da, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence ii any other manner, to wit: Corporal J. I/. Burkett, Company B, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers; Corporal IL K. Henderson, 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry; Corporal Charles A.. Person, Troop F, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Theodore E. Piper, Company G, 4tlIllitois Volunteer Infantry; Private Charles C. FreeborV, Company K, 49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry; Private J. O. Belz, Company B; 49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry; Private J. D. fhite, Company C, 49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry; Private Charles E. Thomas, Company D, 4th Illinois Volunteer Infantry; Private K. A. Williacms, Company G, 4th Illinois Volunteer Infantry; Private Douglas Lester, Company F, 9th Illinois Volunteer Infantry.

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4 12. The journeys performed by Major G. W. Logan, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, from Quemados to Havana, Cuba, and return, under dates of January 10, 19 and 20, and February 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 13, 14, 16 and 17, are approved as necessary for the public service. 13. By direction of the Secretary of War, Major General Adna R. Chaffee, U. S. Volunteers, accompanied by his authorized Aide de Camp, will proceed to Washington, D. C., as a witness before the Court of Inquiry, in session at that city. On completion of this duty, General Chaffee will return to his proper station, Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 14. To enable him to comply with General Orders No. 46, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Major J. C. Aldlikin, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty in this Division. 15. In compliance with instructions from the War Department, Brigadier General 0. H. Ernst, U. S. Volunteers, accompanied by his authorized Aide de Camp, will proceed at once to Washington, D. C., and appear as a witness before the Court of Inquiry in session at that city. Upon completion of this duty, General Ernst and his Aide will return to their proper station, Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 16. Captain James S. Michael, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 76, Special Orders No. 66, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to duty under the orders of the Chief Quartermaster of the Division, and will report to Brigadier General Charles F. H tmph rey, Chief Quartermaster for assignment. 17. To enable him to comply with General Orders No. 46, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Major John JlfeClel1an, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty in this Division. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 48. f Havana, March 30, 1899. 1. By direction of the Secretary of War, a board of officers, to consist of: Lieutenant Colonel Philip H Ellis, 8th U. S. Infantry; Major Edward M. Hayes, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Major Paul Clendenin, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Army; Captain I. L. Pitcher, 8th U. S. Infantry; 1st Lieutenant Clarence J. Manley, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army; will meet at U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, at 10 o'clock a. in., Wednesday, April 5, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, for examination of such candidates for appointment of 2d Lieutenant in the regular army, as may be ordered before it from these headquarters; such orders being substituted for letter required in paragraph 1, General Orders No. 35, series 1898, Headquarters of the Army. The examination will be conducted in writing, under the provision of General Orders No. 35, series 1898, Headquarters of the Army. 2. The following-named candidates, for appointment of 2d Lieutenant in the regular army, will report for examination to Lieutenant Colonel Phillip H. Ellis, 8th U. S. Infantry, President examining board convened at U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, Havana, Cuba, on Wednesday, April 5, 1899, to wit: E. A. Hickman, Major, 6th Missouri Volunteer Infantry; Clark 1i. Carr, 2d Lieutenant, 9th Illinois Volunteer Infantry; Frederick C. Johnson, Sergeant, Troop L, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Charles A. McClure, Corporal, Company D, 49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry; James T. Watson, Private, Troop E, 7th U. S. Cavalry. 3. The following named candidates, for appointment of 2d Lieutenant in the regular army, will report for examination to Lieutenant Colonel Philip T. Ellis, 8th U. S. Infantry, President examining board convened at U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, Havana, Cuba, on Monday, April 10, 1899, to wit: Will B. Cowin, Captain and Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers; Henry 3. Bankhead, Captain, 5th U. S. Volunteer Infantry;

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William D. Pasco, 1st Lieutenant, 3rd U. S. Volunteer Engineers; Albert S. Odell, Sergeant-Major, 3rd U. S. Volunteer Engineers. In the case of Sergeant-Major Odell the Subsistence Department will commute his rations at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day for ten days, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way; and the Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. Upon completion of their examination, the candidates will rejoin their proper station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Paragraph 9, Special Orders No. 46, current series, these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 5. A board of survey, to consist of: Major James T. Dean, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers; Major Matthew C. Butler, Jr., Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers; Major Robe) t .Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers; is appointed to meet in the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., on Friday, March 31, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for tha shortage in a shipment of revolving chairs, invoiced by Captain Virt Robinson, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. V olunteers, New York City, under date of February 20, 1899, to the Depot Quartermaster, Havana. 6. Acting Assistant Surgeon P. 8. Po.siter, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty with the 7th Army Corps, and will report to the Commanding General Department of Havana, for assignment. The travel enjoineJ is necessary for the public service. 7. Second Lieutenant David G. Anderon, and five men, of the 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, will proceed, on Wednesday, April 5, 1899, from Havana to points on the northern coast of Cuba as follows: Bahia H-onda, Viflales, Consolaci6n del Norte, San Cayetano, Mantua, Fort Arroyo, Guanes, "John Lopez," near entrance to Guadiana Bay, in charge of, and to distribute to indigent Cubans, thirty thousand rations. Upon completion of this duty, Lieutenant Anderson, and detachment will return to their proper station at Havana, Cuba.

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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The Subsistence Department will furnish travel rations to the detachment for ten (10) days. 8. Major TI illiam S. Scott, Assistant Adjutant General, U. S. Volunteers, having this day been relieved from duty, and the quarantine regulations prohibiting his entry into the United States at southern ports, will proceed to his regiment, in compliance with General Orders No. 46, current series, Headquarters of the Army, by way of New York City. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. So much of paragraph 11, Special Orders No. 46, curent series, these headquarters, as relieves from his present duties First Lieutenant Edward J. SMarp, 2d Illinois Volunteer Infantry, is revoked. Lieutenant Sharp will continue on duty with First Division Hospital, Seventh Army Corps, until further orders. 10. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistenee Department will commute the rations of the followingnamed enlisted men, performing duty specified in each case, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, from and including the date set opposite each soldier, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Post Quartermaster-Sergeant Henry N. Clarke, U. S. Army, at Guantinamo, from March 1, 1899, or date of assignment to duty, if subsequent to March 1; Post Quartermaster-Sergeant Thomas Bushby, U. S. Army, at San Luis, from March 1, 1899, or date of assignment to duty, if subsequent to March 1; Post Quartermaster-Sergeant Herma n Jetsch, U. S. Army, at lBaracoa, from March 1, 1899, or date of assignment to duty, if subsequent to March 1; Corporal S. h. Barager, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, operator, at Santiago from March 1, 1899; Acting Hospital Steward John Thitdhead, U. S. Army, chief clerk, office Chief Sanitary Officer, Department of Havana, from April 1, 1899; Private A. 31. L. Collimsou, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, operator, at Moron, from March 27, 1899. 11. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders

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No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private J. C. White, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, operator, at Havana, from March 24 to 28, 1899, inclusive, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 12. Paragraph 2, Special Orders No. 46, current series, these headquarters, is hereby so far amended as to direct the discharge of Private Rufus T. TVoodside, Company M, 1st North Carolina Volunteer Infantry, at Headquarters Department of Havana, where he is at present on duty. 13. Lieutenants J. R. Ballough, J. B. Nattinger and Gustav Reichman, 49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry, are relieved from duty with the 10th U. S. Infantry, and will report to their regimental commander at Camp Columbia, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 14. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Louis J. Gloat, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, on duty in charge of civil hospital at Guanajay, Cuba, and while engaged in this duty, from March 17th, 1899, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 15. Under authority of the Secretary of War, leave of absence for two months is granted Major A. G. C. Quay, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Voluntee. s, with permission to apply for an extension of one month and to leave the limits of this Division. 16. The following-named military prisoners, now in the Presidio C6rcel, Havana, will be sent under proper guard to Matanzas, Cuba, and turned over to the commanding officer, 8th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, to accompany that regiment to the United States, where the unexpired portion of their sentence will be carried out, to wit: Military prisoner George .Oresoe, late private, Company E, 8th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry; Military prisoner William i. Fleming, late private Company K, 8th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry; Military prisoner Albert G. England, late private, Company H, 8th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry.

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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department suitable rations. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 49. f Havana, April 2, 1899. 1. Acting Assistant Surgeon .A. W. Shockley, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 58, Special Orders No. 63, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to the Department of Havana, and will report to the Commanding General of that Department for duty. 2. Lieutenant John A. Haldin, 1st North Carolina Volunteer Infantry, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with Paragraph 3, Special Orders No. 46, current series, these headquarters, is attached to the 4th Illinois Volunteer Infantry until the arrival of that regiment at Savannah, Georgia, when Lieutenant Haldin will rejoin his proper regiment. 3. The commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, will select from the men under his charge, one Acting Hospital Steward and fifteen (15) privates of the Hospital Corps, U.S. Army, and direct them to report to the Commanding General, Department of Puerto Principe, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation via steamer leaving on the 5th instant. 4. Acting Assistant Surgeons George E. Means, U. S. Army; Luther S. Harvey, U. S. Army; Eduardo C. Poey, U. S. Army; and six (6) female contract nurses, to be selected by the Chief Surgeon of the Corps, are hereby relieved from duty with the 7th Army Corps, and will proceed, on the 5th instant, to Puerto Principe, Cuba, by steamer via Nuevitas, reporting on arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of Puerto Principe, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 5. First Lieutenant H. J. Freeman and Second Lieutenant A. A. Haussner, 2d Illinois Volunteer Infantry, having reported at these headquarters from detached duty with the 10th U. S. Infantry, Department of Matanzas, will proceed to join their regiment at Savannah, Georgia, where it is now stationed. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Major Abiel L. Smith, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Army, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Division of Cuba,

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will proceed on the steamer "Comal'' to the followingnamed points, in connection with the distribution of Cuban relief rations, to wit: From Havana to Matanzas; From Matanzas to Nuevitas; From Nuevitas to Gibara; From Gibara to Guantanamo; From Guantanamo to Santiago; From Santiago to Manzanillo; From Manzanillo to Trinidad; From Trinidad to Cienfuegos; From Cienfuegos to Las Tunas; From Las Tunas to Havana. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Privates William. IW. Clendenin, George Hauk, and Thomas B. Albertson, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, are relieved from duty with the 7th Army Corps, and will report to Major Il. C. Wyeth, Surgeon, U. S. Army, Medical Supply Officer, Division of Cuba, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 8. Lieutenant Raymond W. Hardenbergh, 3rd U. S. Volunteer Engineers, a candidate for appointment of 2d Lieutenant in the regular army, now at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, will report for examination to Lieutenant Colonel Philip 11. Ellis, 8th U. S. Infantry, President examining board convened at U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, Havana, Cuba, on Monday, April 10, 1899. Upon completion of his examination, Lieutenant Hardenbergh will rejoin his proper station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. A board of officers, to consist of: Major Chauncey B. Baker, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; Lieutenant Sidney S. Jordan, 2d Artillery, U. S. Army; Lieutenant Charles W. Castle, 16th Infantry, U. S. Army, Aide de Camp; will meet at the office of the Chief Quartermaster of the Division, Havana, Cuba, on Thursday, April 6, 1899, to appraise forty (40) government mules, authorized to be sold to Major General William Ludlow, Military Governor of Havana, for use in that city. The board will render its report to these headquarters. 10. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders

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No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following-named enlisted men, performing duty specified in each case, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, from and including the date set opposite each soldier, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Private E. N. Cullin, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, telegraph operator, Havana. Cuba; March 3, 1899. Private TV. R. Hurst, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, telegraph operator, Havana, Cuba; March 28, 1899. 11. Leave of absence for thirty days, on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to return to the United States, is hereby granted Acting Assistant Surgeon Thomas R. Marshall, U. S. Army. 12. Contract nurses Jessie E. Iiscock and Anna Bond, having been ordered to the United States for annulment of contract, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish them transportation and sleeping car accommodations to their homes, as required by the terms of their contract. 13. The following named military prisoners, now in the Presidio Circel, Havana, Cuba, will be turned over to the third battalion, 3rd U. S. Volunteer Engineers, on their arrival in this city from Pinar del Rio, with all the papers in their cases, for transportation to the United States. Upon arrival at Fort McPherson, Georgia, for muster out, the commanding officer of the battalion will report these prisoners, through military channels, to the Commanding General, Department of the Gulf, in order that a prison may be designated in which they are to serve their sentences, to wit: John TV. Romans, late private Company D, 3rd Kentucky Volunteer Infantry. Charles H. Conkling, late private Company G, 202d New York Volunteer Infantry. John E. Hanley, late sergeant Company H, 202d New York Volunteer Infantry. Jo/tn J. Finley, late private Company M, 202d New York Volunteer Infantry. Dennis T. Rahily, late private Company K, 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry. George Airpliy, late private Company M, 202d New York Volunteer Infantry.

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John Penkalske, late private Company G, 202d New York Volunteer Infantry. John W. Freeman, late private Company D, 2d U. S. Volunteer Infantry. William J. Loos, late private Company L, 12th New York Volunteer Infantry. William Loch, Jr., late private Company I, 12th New York Volunteer Infantry. Peter J. LaGrass, late private Company H, 12th New York Volunteer Infantry. 14. First Lieutenant .C. Metcalf, 2d Illinois Volunteer Infantry, having expressed a desire to be mustered out of the service under the provisions of General Orders No. 54, current series, Headquarters of the Army, so much of paragraph 11, Special Orders No. 46, current series, these headquarters, as directs him to join his regiment, is revoked. 15. By direction of the Secretary of War, Captain George L. Goodale, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, will, as soon as his services can be spared by the Commanding General, 7th Army Corps and Department of the Province of Havana, proceed to Cienfuegos, Cuba, and report to the Commanding General, Department of Santa Clara, for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Acjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 50. Havana, April 5, 1899. 1. Captain 1Walter B. Barker, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, now at Cienfuegos, Cuba, will proceed to this city and report in person to the Chief Quartermaster of the Division, for consultation on matters pertaining to the Quartermaster's Department at his station. Upon completion of this duty, Captain Barker, will return to his proper station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Leave of absence for one month, with permission to apply for an extension of one month and to visit the United States, is granted Captain TV. A. Holbrook, Assistant Adjutant General, U. S. Volunteers. 3. A board of officers, to consist of: Major F. S. Godfrey, 7th Cavalry; Captain N. P. Phiter, 1st Infantry; Lieutenant F. E. Lacey, Jr., 1st Infantry; will convene at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, on Wednesday, April 12, 1899, at 10 o'clock a. m., or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into and report upon the qualifications of Lewis P. Rah am, Quartermaster Sergeant, 1st U. S. Infantry, and such other sergeants at the post as may desire to be examined, for the position of post quartermaster sergeant. The board will make separate report in each case. The reports will fully conform in all particulars to paragraphs 95 and 96 of the Army Regulations, giving questions and answers, and will be forwarded to the Adjutant General of the Army, through Headquarters, Department of Pinar del Rio, with as little delay as practicable. 4. Contract nurse Florence M. Parker, having been ordered to the United States for annulment of contract, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish her transportation and sleeping car accommodations to her home, (New York City) as required by the terms of her contract. 5. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant C. 1V. Moss, 4th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, now on duty

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in the office of the Chief Quartermaster, Cienfuegos, Cuba, from and including March 11, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 6. So much of paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 48, current series, these headquarters, as details 1st Lieutenant Clarence J. J1anley, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, on examining board, is revoked. 7. First Lieutenant L. C. Fuller, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, is detailed as a member of the board of examination convened at U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, by paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 48, current series, these headquarters, and will be present at the next meeting of the board, Saturday, April 8, 1899. 8. First Lieutenant J. C. Causey, Jr., 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry, late Aide de Camp to Brigadier General I-. C. flasbrouck, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters, under directions of the Secretary of War to join his regiment at Savannah, Georgia, and there being no direct communication with that port on account of quarantine regulations, he will proceed to comply with his orders by way of New York City, that being the only available route. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. Private George If. Edwards, Company G, 8th U. S. Infantry, is hereby detailed for duty in connection with the distribution of Cuban rations at the Regla warehouse, and will at once report to the Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division, for instructions. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Edwards, while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable for him to use rations in kind. 10. So much of paragraph 14, Special Orders No. 44, current series, these headquarters, as refers to Major William H. Tnrift, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, is revoked, and Major S. .Heth Tyler, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, will proceed to, and make the payments for muster of March 31, 1899, heretofore assigned Major Thrift; on completion of which duty, Major Tyler will take station at headquarters, Department of Santa Clara, reporting to the Commanding General of that Department as Chief Paymaster.

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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation by express to Amaro, and such other points in the Department of Santa Clara, as required by Major Tyler in making the payments. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. E COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 51. Havana, April 6, 1899. 1. First Lieutenant Carl R. Darnall, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters, in compliance with paragraph 46, Special Orders No. 54, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, and will report to the Commanding Officer of that Hospital. 2. Private John J. Sheehey, Company G, 4th U. S. Volunteer Infantry, now at Camp Columbia, will be sent to the station of his company, at Manzanillo, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for five (5) days, it being impracticable for the soldier to carry rations of any kind. 3. By direction of the Acting Secretary of War, Corporal Charles A. M ( lure, Company D, 49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry, will be disharged the service of the United States by his commanding :officer. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. 4. Major J. B. iGuthrie, 15th Infantry, U. S. Army, and Major W., N. Blow, Jr., 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry (1st Lieutenant, 15th Infantry, U. S. Army), now in this city will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, in preparation of records of volunteer regiments ordered to the United States for muster out. Upon completion of this duty, these officers will' return to their proper station, Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Captain Richard P. Strong, 4th Artillery, U. S. Army, (Lieutenant Colonel, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps) will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for the purpose of being ordered before the board, now in session in that Department, for examination as to his fitness for promotion. Upon completion of his examination. Colonel Strong will return to his proper station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Acting Assistant Surgeon W. B. McL~gughlin, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty with the 7th Army Corps, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. The following-named civilian employees of the Quar-

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termaster's Department, having been discharged, will, under the terms of their contract, be furnished transportation by the Quartermaster's Department, to their homes, as follows: John lnbbard, teamster, to Knoxville, Tennessee; Joseph Conroy, teamster, to Chattanooga, Tennessee; Jay L. Beatty, teamster, to Chattanooga, Tennessee. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. So much of paragraph 2, Special Orders No. 48, current series, these headquarters, as directs Lieutenant Clarce J. Carr, 9th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, to report for examination to Lieutenant Colonel Philip H. Ellis, 8th U. S.. Infantry, President of examining board, is hereby revoked. Lieutenant Carr will comply with the requirements of paragraph. 7, Special Orders No. 47, current series, these headquarters. 9. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Conrad 31arshall, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now on duty as lineman, at Manzanillo, Cuba, from and including March 23, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 10. Upon recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, twenty five (25) privates of the hospital corps, now on duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, to be selected by the commanding officer thereat, will be sent to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival to the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFF1CIAS First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 52. Havana, April 7, 1899. 1. Leave of absence for one month, with permission to apply for an extension of one month and to visit the United States, is hereby granted Second Lieutenant John B. Christian, 2d U. S. Cavalry. 2. First Lieutenant C. 1l. Dnffy. U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now at Ciego de Avila, Cuba, having completed the duty assigned him in paragraph 6, Special Orders No. 46, current series, these headquarters, will proceed to Camp Columbia, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to Lieutenant Colonel Richard P. Strong, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, for duty: The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Lieutenant Colonel Samuel Reber, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now at Matanzas, Cuba, will proceed to this city and report in person to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, for consultation on matters pertaining to the telegraph service of the Island. Upon completion of this duty, Colonel Reber will return to his proper station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. The journeys performed by Lieutenant Colonel Noble H. Creager, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, from Pinar del Rio to Havana, Cuba, and return, under dates of March 5 and 9, 1899, are approved as necessary for the public service. 5. Major George S. Grimes, 2d Artillery, U. S. Army, will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for duty as a member of an examining board, to examine officers for promotion. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Acting Assistant Surgeon William l. Calhoun, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty in the Department of Havana, and will report to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, for duty. 7. Acting Assistant Surgeon Benjamin H. Kiltrell, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Corps, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. The Quartermaster's Department will turn over to

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Air. Alexander Kent, in charge of the Red Cross Society, in Cuba, on memorandum receipt: Ten (10) hospital tents, One hundred (100) cots. These stores will be shipped by partment to Doctor J. B. Hubbell, Cuba. the Quartermaster's DeRed Cross Agent, Ghines, If these stores, while in use by the Red Cross Society, become infected, it will be so reported, and they will be inspected at Gdines, and disposition of them ordered. 9. Private Joseph F. Buckley, Company F, 2d Louisiana Volunteer Infantry, a prisoner awaiting sentence, will be confined at the Presidio CreUM, Department of Havana, pending publication of his trial. 10. Major J. B. Guthrie, 15th Infantry, U. S. Army, and Major 11 N. Blow, Jr., 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry (1st Lieutenant, 15th Infantry, U. S. Army), now in this city, will proceed to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, in preparation of records of volunteer organizations ordered to the United States for muster out. Upon completion of this duty, these officers will return to their proper station, Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 53. Havana, April 9, 1899. 1. Upon the recommendation of the medical officer in charge, Private Paul L. Jenkins, Company G, 1st U. S. Infantry, now at Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, will join his company at Pinar del Rio, reporting upon arrival to his company commander, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable for the soldier to carry rations of any kind. 2. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Privates Adam Neder and Frederick Miller, Company E, 1st U. S. Infantry, now on duty as laborers in the Subsistence Department, at Guanajay, Cuba, from and including April 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and twenty cents ($1.20) per day each, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 3. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Hospital Steward Joel R. Lee, U. S. Army, from March 20, to April 2, 1899, both dates inclusive, during which period he was on detached service at Matanzas, Cuba, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 4. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the followingnamed enlisted men, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, from and including the dates set opposite their respective names, and while engaged in the performance of their present duties, at station where it is impracticable otherwise to provide for their subsistence, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day each, to wit: U. S. VOLUNTEERS SIGNAL CORPS. OPERATORS. Sergeant William iL Farahay, Puerto Principe; March 23, 1899;

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Private J. J. Irwin, El Cobre; April 1, 1899; Private Charles E. Chapman, Puerto Principe; 20, 1899. March CLERK. Corporal George A. Van Hionton Puerto Principe; March 21, 1899. HOSPITAL CORPS, U. S. ARMY. Hospital Steward Charles C. Jacobs, Matanzas; March 17, 1899; Acting Hospital Steward Louis Frak, Matanzas; March 17, 1899. 5. The journeys performed by Major J. S. Hilkins, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, from Marianao to Havana, Cuba, and return, under dates of December 31, 1898, January 11, 12, 13, 20 and 28, and February 5, 18 and 27, 1899, are approved as necessary for the public service. 6. The commanding officer, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, will turn in to Lieutenant Colonel William .Black, IT. S. Volunteers, Chief Engineer, Department of Havana, all engineer property, now in possession of his regiment, upon proper invoices and receipts. 7. Under authority of the Assistant Secretary of War, the following named enlisted men of the United States Volunteer Signal Corps, whose services are reported as being no longer required, will be discharged the service of the United States, by their respective commanding officers, to take effect April 15, 1899, to wit: 2d COMPANY. 1st class Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Corporal Corporal 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class Sergeant William D. Hamilton, Frederick A. McKenzie, Ira L. Daniels, Lewis C. Hamilton, Eugene -H. lllcanus, Caleb D. Burnley, Albert B. Tew, private Othway S. Golloday, private tSydney A. Jackson, private Elmer J. Knecht, private Adam fackie, private John A. ijaxam, private Samuel N. Mefibrd, private George H. Nelson, private George B. Parshall,

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1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st class class class class class class class class class class class class class Corporal 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st class 1st 1st 1st 1st 1 st 1st 1st 1st class class class class class class class class private Joseph T. Pugh, private Matthew Thompson, private lames Towers, private Charles C. Turner, private John C. Uzee, private Harry K White, private Horace T. Arnold, private Ira T. Clegg, private G. T. Cook, private Arthujr Currie, private Wallace R. Gompf, private T. E. Hurley, private H. .Quisenberry, 13th COMPANY. John J. Innis, private TWilliam J. Baker; private Edmond J. Earhart, private Rober J. Glennen, private John F. Harrigan, private T. 31. Hargreaves, private T. C. Howerton, private Robert D. Mitchell, private Lemuel E. Wihitsitt, private Thomas TWeiner, private William McDecitt, private Marion L. Potter, private Don E. Keller, private Howard L. Rarey, private Michael J. Sherry, private John B. Beeson, private Edward Baner, private Louis Leckert, private Rufus Fudge, private Robert R. Shaw, private Walter A. Thorp, private James A. Shuler, 17th COMPANY. private Henry .Brochan, private James H. Burge, private Robert T. Croswell, ptivate Robert C. Ellsworth, private William 0. Hogan, private Robert 0. Lipscomb, private Robert H. McNaughton, private William J. Noble,

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1st class private 1st class private 1st class private 1st class private 1st class private 1st class private 1st class private Arthur L. Norris, Meredith Thornton, Joseph J. Council, William J. Mahoney, Edward 3. Tanner, Gill E. Pagan, Thomas L. Saxon. These soldiers are entitled to travel pay. 8. Paragraph 11, Special Orders No. 48, these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 9. Paragraph 7, Special Orders No. 50, current series, these headquarters, is hereby amended to read 1st Lieutenant L. A. Fuller, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, instead of L. C. Puller, as therein stated. 10. The resignation of Mr. Emil R. Selmidt, civilian messenger, having been accepted, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish him transportation from this city to Chicago, Illinois, in accordance with the provisions of his appointment. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp. current series,

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 54. Havana, April 10, 1899. 1. Major F. A. Hickman, 6th Missouri Volunteer Infantry, having completed his examination for appointment as 2d Lieutenant in the regular army, before a board of officers convened at Havana, Cuba, will report to his regiment at Savannah, Georgia, going by way of New York City, as quarantine regulations prevent his debarking at any other port. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Acting Assistant Surgeon James F. Archer, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters, in compliance with paragraph 59, Special Orders No. 63, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will proceed to Cienfuegos, Cuba, reporting upon arrival to the Commanding General, Department of Santa Clara, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Privates Milton B. Fletcher and Charles V. Russell, U. S. Signal Corps, will proceed to Puerto Padre, Department of Santiago, and carry out the instructions of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will rent quarters for these men at a rate not to exceed twelve dollars ($12.00) per month for both. The Subsistence Department will commute their rations at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day each, while engaged in the performance of this duty, it being impracticable to furnish them subsistence in any other way. 4. Captain Robert .Rogers, 2d. Artillery, IT. S. Army, is detailed as a member of the examining board convened by paragraph 4, Special Orders No. 41, current series, these headquarters; vice Major I. J. Dillenback, 2d Artillery, U. S. Army, retired from active service. 5. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the followingnamed enlisted men of the 16th Company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, on detached service, acting as operators and linemen, at the points indicated below, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($f.50) each per day, from and including the date set opposite each soldier, it having been and being

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impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Corporal J. D. Johnston, Yaguaramas; March 22, 1899; Private Prank A. McCullouch, Casilda; March 18. 1899; Private R. .Device, Vueltas; March 17, 1899; Private E C. Harrington, Placetas, March 22, 1899; Private .J. JWorley, Santo Domingo; March 22, 1899. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following-named enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty as indicated below, from and including April 10, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of their respective duties, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Acting Hospital Steward A. T. Roue, on duty in the office of the Chief Surgeon, Department of the Province of Havana; Acting Hospital Steward TW L. Giblin, on duty in the office of the Chief Surgeon, Department of the Province of Havana; Private Douglas Lester, on duty in the office of the Chief Surgeon, Department of the Province of Havana; Private William E. Arnold, on duty at Marianao, distributing drugs to the destitute Cubans. 7. Under authority of the Assistant Secretary of War, the following-named enlisted men of the United States Volunteer Signal Corps, whose services are reported as being no longer required, will be discharged the service of the United States, by their respective commanding officers, to take effect April 15, 1899, to wit: 2d COMPANY. 1st Class Sergeant Josiah D. IWooten. 17th COMPANY. Corporal Henry P. Pielert, Corporal Harry C. Martin, These soldiers are entitled to travel pay. 8. Recruit Albert L. Lewellyn, having been assigned to troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry, will proceed to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to his troop coinmander.

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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable for the soldier to carry rations of any kind. 9. Acting Assistant Surgeon Pemberton Lundy, U. S. Army, now at Pinar del Rio, will accompany the two battalions, 3d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, to the United States, as medical officer. Upon completion of this duty, he will return to his proper station, Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. Acting Hospital Steward James Humphrey, U.S. Army, and three (3) privates of the hospital corps, will accompany the 3d U. S. Volunteer Engineers from Cuba to the United States. On arrival, they will report to the commanding officer of the detention camp at Dafuskie Island, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department suitable rations. Br COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CU A, No. 55. Havana, April 12, 1899. 1. Lieutenant R. B. Powers, 7th U. S. Cavalry, now in this city, will join his troop (F), at Camp Columbia, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Sergeant Earnest Cline, troop M, 2d U. S. Cavalry, now at Matanzas, having been appointed chief trumpeter of his regiment, will report to his regimental commander, at Cienfuegos, Cuba, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for three (3) days, it being impracticable for this soldier to carry rations of any kind. 3. A board of survey, to consist of: Major 11. C. Butler, Jr., Chief Ordnance Officer, U S. Volunteers; Major Robert H. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers; First Lieutenant C/iarles TV. Castle, 16th Infantry, U. S. Army, Aide de Camp; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Commissary of Subsistence, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., on Monday, April 17, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, separately report upon, and fix the responsibility for shortages in subsistence stores invoiced by Major John Little, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Army; Major Daniel .Hogan, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers; Captain Alexander R. Piper, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, to Colonel Abiel L.Smith, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Army, and received at Havana depot by Major George T. Bartlett, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers. 4. Under authority of the Assistant Secretary of War, the following named enlisted men of the United States Volunteer Signal Corps, whose services are reported as no longer required, will be discharged the service of the United States, by their respective commanding officers, to take effect on the dates indicated opposite their names, to wit:

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1,341 compANv. Sergeant 1. A. lewes, April 15th, 1899. 15th COMPANY. 1st class Sergeant Eidward J. Gleason, April 20, 1899; Sergeant Jlorace G. Pierson, A april 20, 1S99; Sergeant George P. Slauttry, April 20, 1899; Sergeant a rHur F. Cole, April 20, 1899; Corporal Thomas L. Byrne, April 20, 1899; Corporal Jesse Larimer, April 20, 1899; Corporal George S. Turton, April 20, 1899; Corporal Walter A. Keene, April 20, 1899; Corporal Alfred E. Keman, April 20, 1899; Corporal Edgar S Burst, April 20, 1899; Corporal Henry C. Smith, (cook) April 20, 1899; Private .EI. krudu>cr April 30, 1899; Private Edwoin G. Hidert, April 20, 1899; Private Thomas L. .Ii'rray, April 20, 1899; Private Patrick O' Connell, April 20, 1899; Private C. Wesey Moore, April 20, 1899; Private C. B. Boyer, April 20, 1899; Private S. L. Gudgeon, April 20, 1899; Private Richard P. Hargrae, April 20, 1299; 1st Class Sergeant .Ale.ix .Ieanet, April 30, 1899; 1st Class Sergeant Iames S. Thompson, April 30, 1899 1st Class Sergeant Alva S. Collins, April 30, 1899; 1st Class Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Corporal Corporal Corporal Corporal These soldi --,I Sergeant Louis F. )Swope, April 30, 1899; Jay N. Marshall, April 30, 1899; flurry S. Burger, April 30, 1899; JAmes 11. O'Brien, April 30, 1899; De fitt C. Fenstermiaker, April 30, 1899; Philo H. Irish, April 30, 1899; George D. Shith, April 30, 1899; ./umes F. Tatlow, April 30, 1899; Boyd IL Stonerode, April 30, 1899; A. H. Dyson, April 30, 1899; W1dter A. Kennedy, April 30, 1899; George I. Patten, April 30, 1899, ers are entitled to travel pay. 5. Paragraph 15, Special Orders No. 47, current these headquarters, is revoked. series, 6. The extension of leave of absence granted Captain Cyr'ns F. Smith, 31st Michigan Volunteer Infantry, in paragraph 9, Special Orders No. 23, current series, these headquarters, is further extended six (6) days. 7. Acting Assistant Surgeon Luis Ros, U. S. Army, now ;

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in this city, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival there, to the Commanding General of that Department, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. S. Acting Hospital Steward I. H. Drysdale, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, and will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival there, to the Commanding General of that Department, for duty. rThe Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable for this soldier to carry rations of any kind. 9. Hospital Steward Edward F. Castine, U. S. Army, and Acting Hospital Stewards Richard C. Roache and 1Tilliam 3L Allen, U. S. Army, are relieved from duty in U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, and will proceed to Cienfuegos, Cuba, reporting upon arrival there, to the Commanding General, Department of Santa Clara, for duty. The Quartel master's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) (lay, each, it being impracticable for these soldiers to. carry rations of any kind. 10. By authority of the Secretary of War, leave of absence for four (4) months, with authority to visit the United States, is hereby granted Captain N. P Phister, 1st Infantry, U. S. Army. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE : W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICviA: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 56. Havana, April 14, 1899. 1. So much of paragraph 13, Special Orders No. 49, current series, these headquarters, as relates to military prisoners John Penkalske, William Loch, Jr., Peter J. La Grass, John J. Finley, George Murphy, John E. Hanley, William H. Loose, John .Romans, Dennis Rahily and Charles H. Con/kling, is revoked. 2. The unexpired portion of the sentence of General Courts Martial as relates to confinement, in case of the following-named general prisoners, now at the Presidio Cfrcel, Havana, Cuba, is remitted, and they will be set at liberty, to wit: John Penkalske, Company G, 202d New York Volunteer Infantry; William Loch, Jr., Company I, 12th New York Volunteer Infantry; Peter J. La Grass, Company H, 12th New York Volunteer Infantry; John J. Finley, Company M, 202d New York Volunteer Infantry; George Murphy, Company M, 202d New York Volunteer Infantry; John E. Hanley, Company H, 202d New York Volunteer Infantry; William H. Loose, Company L, 12th New York Volunteer Infantry; John V. Romans, Company D, 3d Kentucky Volunteer Infantry; William J. Welch, Company D, 8th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry; Timothy Reardon, Company G, 8th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry; Stephen Graham, Company A, 9th Illinois Volunteer Infantry. The Quartermaster's Department will provide transportation for these prisoners to the United States on the first available transport. 3. Acting Assistant Surgeon W. H. Brooks, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty with the Seventh Army Corps, and will proceed to Puerto Principe, Cuba, reporting upon arrival

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there, to the Commanding General of that Department, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. By direction of the .Secretary of War, Major T. Bentley iott, Assistant Adjutant General, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty in this Division, and will proceed to Governor's Island, New York, reporting upon arrival there, to Major General W6esley Merritt, U. S. Army, as aide de camp. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Leave of absence for one month, with permission to apply for an extension of three (3) months and to visit the United States, is hereby granted Major Eli D. Boyle, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers, (Captain 1st Artillery, U. S. Army). 6. Leave of absence for one month, on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to apply for an extension of four (4) months and to visit the United States, is hereby granted Lieutenant Colonel P. IL Ellis, 8th U. S. Infantry. 7. Private Charles I'. Strahley, 17th Company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now on duty with the Seventh Army Corps, at Camp Columbia, will proceeed to headquarters Division of Cuba, reporting upon arrival there, to Colonel FI. H. C. Dunwoody, Chief Signal Officer, Division of Cuba, for duty as telegraph operator at these headquarters. The Quartermaster's Department will provide the necessary transportation, and quarters at a rate not exceeding twelve ($12.00) per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Strahley, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, while he is on this duty, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way. 8. Mr. E. H. Strickland, Chief Telegraph Operator, Department of Santiago, now in this city, will proceed to Santiago de Cuba at the earliest practicable momentreporting upon arrival thereat, to Captain Frederick T. Leigh, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer of that Department, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. Upon the recommendation of the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, approved by the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Acting Hospital Steward Patrick A. Lindsay, is reduced to the grade of private in the hospital corps, U. S. Army.

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10. Mr. Jose Romaguera, civilian telegraph operator, now in this city, will proceed to Yaguajay, Cuba, for duty as operator at that station. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERs, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 57. Havana, April 15, 1899. 1. Captain John T. Right, Company I, 5th U. S. Volunteer Infantry, a candidate for appointment of 2d Lieutenant in the regular army, now at Guantanamo, Cuba, will report at once in person for examination to the President of examining board convened at U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, Havana, Cuba. Upon completion of his examination, Captain Wright will rejoin his proper station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Second Lieutenant Halsey E. Ybtes, 5th U. S. Infantry, having reported at these headquarters, will proceed to Santiago, Cuba, reporting upon arrival there to the Commanding General of that Department, for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. The services of 2d Lieutenant A. .Chase, 2d Artillery, U. S. Army, being no longer required by Major J. B. Guthrie, 15th U. S. Infantry, Chief of Records of Volunteers, he will report without delay to his regimental commander, for duty. 4. The services of 1st Lieutenant John F. Stephens, 10th U. S. Infantry, being no longer required by Major J. B. Guthrie, 15th Infantry, U. S. Army, Chief of Records of Volunteers, he will proceed without delay to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival to his regimental commander, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Lieutenant George De G. Catlin, 10th U. S. Infantry. 6. Sergeant Melvin B. Gifrrd. Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now at Camp Columbia, will proceed to Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, and take station at that point as telegraph operator, reporting upon arrival thereat to Captain R. 0. Rickard, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer, Department of Santa Clara. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and provide suitable quarters, at a rental not exceeding twelve (812.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier, while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 7. Corporal I. J. .Hepburn, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now at Saneti Spiritus, Cuba, upon being relieved by Ser-

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geant Melvin B. Gifford, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, will report in person to Captain R. 0. Rickard, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Oflicer, Department of.Santa Clara, at Cienfuegos, Cuba, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 8. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Privates ]IMray P. More and Charles T. Daxison, Company C, 1st U. S. Infantry, are hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to Captain Ambrose Iriggins, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer, Department of Pinar del Rio, for assignment to duty. 9. The journeys performed by 2d Lieutenant Charles S. Wallace, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, from Camp Columbia to Havana, Cuba, March 25, and return, March 30, 1899, are confirmed as necessary for the public service. Between the dates March 25 and March 30, 1899, both inclusive, the station of Lieutenant Wallace was Havana, Cuba. 10. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Frank WV. Saiffin, troop E, 7th U. S. Cavalry, on duty as clerk in the Adjutant General's office, Department of Pinar del Rio, from and including Apiil 12, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and twenty cents ($1.20) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPEcIAL OiEns, )< HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. .58. j Havana, April 18, 1899. 1. First Lieutenant Victor Shepherd, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Disbursing Officer, Havana, Cuba, will asume temporary charge of the telegraph service in the Department of the Province of Havana, in addition to his present ditties, iclieving Captain Jolm J. Ryan, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Offcer of that Department. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Captain John J. Ryan, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer, Department of the Province of Havana, upon being relieved from duty in connection with the telegraph service of that Department by Lieutenant Victor Shepherd, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed to Victo-ia de las Tunas, Cuba, and upon arrival at that station will report to Captain Frederick T. Leigh, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer, Department of Santiago, for duty. Captain Ryan will relieve 1st Lieutenant William Mitchell, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now in charge of a detachment of the U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps in the field near Victoria de las Tunas, and receipt to that officer for such public property and stores as lie may be responsible for. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. First Lieutenant William l1iitchell, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, upon being relieved by Captain John J. Ryan, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from Victoria de las Tunas to Havana, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. A board of survey, to consist of: Major Edgar B. Roberlson, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; Major ]ILttcw C. Butler, Jr., Chief Ordnance Oficer, U. S. Volunteers; Captain William B. JWeigel, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, hiavana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., on Monday, April 24, 1890, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the shortage in the shipment of certain quartermaster's stores, invoiced by Captain A. S. Bickham, Assistant Quartermaster, T. S. Volunteers, Albany, Georgia, under date of March 18, 1899. 5. A Loard of survey, to consist of:

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Major Edgar B. Robertson, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; Major Mfatihew C. Butler, Jr., Chief Ordnance Officer, LT. S. Volunteers; Captain William B. Weigel, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers: is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. in., on Monday, April 24, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for two hundred and fifty (250) pounds of putty and five (5) axes, invoiced respectively by Captain W'it tobinsoin, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, and Major G. & Bingham, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, to the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba. 6. Under the provisions of General Orders No. 54, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the following-named officers will be mustered out of the volunteer service of the United States, on the (late of the muster out of their regiment, which will be hereafter communicated, to wit: 1st Lieutenant Oscar F. Darfee,_2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers; 1st Lieutenant Orville Benson, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers. Lieutenant Durfee will be mustered out by an officer to be designated as mustering officer at Ciego de Avila, Cuba, and Lieutenant Benson by the mustering officer, Department of Havana. 7. Mr. Anthony lCauley, civilian telegraph operator, now in this city, will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, and report upon arrival thereat to Captain Frederick T. Leigh, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer, Department of Santiago, for duty as telegraph operator. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. Captain Ambrose Higgins, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer, Departmenu of Pinar del Rio, will proceed from that city to Havana, Cuba, for the purpose of inspecting the new telegraph line between the two points indicated. Upon completion of this duty, Captain Higgins will rejoin his proper station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. Under the authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsitence Department will commute the rations of the

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following-named enlisted men of the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty in connection with the telegraph and telephone service, at the points indicated below, from and including April 11, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: AT MATAINZAS. Sergeant Tillian H1. Welty, Corporal Jon H. McDonald, 1st Class Private Fred. J. Shackell, 1st Class Private Clarence E. loorehead, 2d Class Private George L. ilfekeone. AT JOVELLANOS. 1st Class Private William N. Davidson. The Quartermaster's Department will rent suitable quarters for the above-named men at a rate not to exceed twelve (412.00) dollars per month per room. 10. First Lieutenant Townsend Lawrence, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, is relieved from further duty in this Division, and will proceed to Savannah, Georgia, by way of New York City, that being the shortest available route, by reason of quarantine regulations, and upon arrival There, will report to the commanding officer of his regiment for muster out of the service of the United States. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 11; The Subsistence Department will pay Sergeant Albert S. Odell, 3d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, now in this city undergoing examination for promotion, commutation of rations in advance, for a period of ten (10) clays, at the rate of one dollar an] fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to furnish this soldier subsistence in any other way. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: FirstiLieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Caiap.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 59. Havana, April 19, 1869. 1. The following-named civilian telegraph operators, now in this city, will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, and report upon arrival thereat to Captain Frederick T. Leigh, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer, Department of Santiago, for duty as telegraph operators, to wit: E. M. Tanner, A. L. Norris, H. M. Quisenberry, George B. Parishall, G. B. Morris, Pedro Behity, Ramon Barcel6, Enrique Storr, Jose C. Peralto, Alfredo Escobedo, Carlos Pezuela. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Mr. G. E. Pagan, civilian telegraph operator, now in this city, will proceed to Cienfuegos, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to Captain R. 0. Rickard, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer, Department of Santa Clara, for duty as telegraph operator. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Mr. W. R. Gompf, civilian telegraph operator, now in this city, will proceed to Ciego de Avila, Cuba, and report upon arrival thereat to Captain Carl F. Hartman, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer, Department of Puerto Principe, for duty as telegraph operator, relieving Corporal Thomas Daily, 2d company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Corporal Thomas Daily, 2d company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, upon being relieved by Mr. tiV R. Gompf, civilian telegraph operator, from duty as operator at Ciego

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de Avila, Cuba, will proceed at once from that point to Camp Columbia, Cuba, reporting upon, arrival thereat to the commanding officer of his company, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for two (2) days, it being impracticable for the soldier to carry rations of any kind. 5. Sergeant Sydney A. Jackson, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now at Camp Columbia, will proceed to Jucaro, Cuba, taking station at that point as telegraph operator, reporting by telegraph upon arrival thereat to Captain Carl .Hartman, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer, Department of Puerto Principe, for duty, relieving Private A. D. Penny, 2d company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide suitable quarters at a rental of not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier, while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 6. Private A. D. Penny, 2d company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, upon being relieved by Sergeant Sydney A. Jackson, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, from duty as telegraph operator at Jucaro, Cuba, will proceed at once from that point to Camp Columbia, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the commanding officer of his company, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for two (2) days, it being impracticable for this soldier to carry rations of any kind. 7. The services of Major .N. Blow, Jr., 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry (1st Lieutenant, 15th U. S. Infantry), being no longer required by Major J. B. Gtthrie, 15th U. S. Infantry, Chief of Records of Volunteers, he will proceed to the United States, and rejoin his regiment for muster out on April 27, 1899. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. Hospital Steward Frederick Halstead, U. S. Army, now in this city, is assigned to U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will at once report to the commanding officer thereof, for duty. 9. Acting Assistant Surgeon Nicolds Carvallo, U. S. Army, now in this ci y, is assigned to duty in U. S. Military Hos-

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pital No. 2, Havana, Cuba, to date the 7th instant, and will report to the commanding officer of that hospital, for duty. 10. Two (2) Acting Hospital Stewards and seventeen (17) privates of the hospital corps, U. S. Army, to be selected by the surgeon in charge, are hereby transferred from U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, to the Department of Havana, and ordered to report to the Commanding General of that Department, for duty. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERs, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 60. 5r Havana, April 20, 1899. 1. A board of officers, to consist of: Major James T. Dean, Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers; Major Robert H. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers; is appointed to meet at the Quartermaster's clothing supply depot, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., Saturday, April 22, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to make a careful inspection of the summer weight uniform clothing, now in store there, making a full report as to the' quality and quantity, and recommendations as to any specific change desirable. 2. Acting Hospital Steward William L. Giblin, U. S. Armv, is relieved from duty with the 7th Army Corps, and will report to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, Vedado, Cuba, for duty. 3. Acting Hospital Steward Harry Fischer, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty with the 7th Army Corps, and will report to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, for duty. 4. Commissary Sergeant James Hanagan, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty with the 7th Army Corps, and will report to the Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Department of Havana, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 5. Under the provisions of General Orders No. 54, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Hospital Steward James T. Barry, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, now on duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, will be discharged the service of the United States by the commanding officer of that hospital. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private F. D. iWilliams, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now on duty as telegraph operator, at Holguin, Cuba, from and including April 3, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way. 7. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private James T. IVatson, Troop E, 7th U. S. Cavalry, at

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the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, from April 9 to 19, 1899, both dates inclusive, during which time this soldier was engaged in examination for promotion, before an examining board convened at Havana, Cuba, it having been impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 8. The headquarters, band and one squadron, 7th U. S. Cavalry, are relieved from duty in the Department of Havana, and will proceed to the headquarters, Department of the Provinces of Havana and Pinar del Rio, reporting upon arrival thereat to the'Commanding General of that Department, for assignment to station. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 9. In compliance with instructions from the Secretary of War, Lieutenant H. 1 Stamford, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is assigned to duty as Disbursing Officer, under the orders of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division of Cuba, relieving from said duties and receipting to Lieutenant Victor Shepherd, Signal Officer, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, for all public funds under his charge. 10. The following-named civilian telegraph operators, now in this city, will proceed to Cienfuegos, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to Captain R. 0. Rickard, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer, Department of Santa Clara, for assignment to duty, to wit: P. H. Perry, J. IW Bishop, Pad Freeman, H1. C. Hobart, Jose Fonterra. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, A djutant General. OFFIcAL: First Lieutenant, 16th infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 61. 5 Havana, April 21, 1899. 1. Private Henry A. Mayer, troop A, 2d U. S. Cavalry, now at Cienfuegos, without means, and through his own neglect in failing to leave on the transport from Havana with the remainder of his detachment, will be sent to the station of his troop, reporting upon arrival thereat to his troop commander, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable for this soldier to carry rations of any kind. The entire cost of transportation and subsistence will be reported to the commanding officer, troop A, 2d U. S. Cavalry, in order that it may be charged against the soldier on the next muster and pay rolls of his troop. 2. Under instructions from the Secretary of War, Private John Young, battery C, 2d U. S. Artillery, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, as a 1st class private, and will at once report to the Chief Signal officer of the Division, for assignment to duty. 3. Major John F. Stretch, 8th U. S. Infantry, is detailed as a member of the examining board convened by paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 48, current series, these headquarters, vice Lieutenant Colonel P. H. Ellis, 8th U. S. Infantry, who is hereby relieved. 4. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Captain Robert Al. Rogers, 2d Artillery, U. S. Army. 5. By direction of the Secretary of War, the volunteer signal companies at Cienfuegos and Pinar del Rio will proceed at the earliest practicable date to Havana, Cuba, and upon arrival thereat join the volunteer signal companies at that point, and there embark on the steamers of the Plant line for Egmont Key, and thence to Savannah, Georgia, for muster out of the service of the United States. Lieutenant Colonel R. P. Strong, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is assigned to the command of these companies, accompanying the first detachment leaving this Division, and will, under the supervision of the mustering officers, superintend their muster out of service. Orders heretofore issued for the discharge of Captains G. R. Gyger, and R. 0. Rickard, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, and Lieutenants C. A. DuAfy, L. E. Davies, TV. W. Colt

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and J. D. Wood, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, are so far amended as to retain them in the service until further orders, and they will be assigned by Lieutenant Colonel R. P. Strong, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, to the companies above indicated, to accompany them to the United States and prepare them for muster out. Company records will be prepared and held intact, in order to be readily accessible at any time by the mustering officers for use in completing final muster out rolls. The companies will take with them the necessary tentage and cooking utensils, but no mattresses for either officers or enlisted men. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation; the Subsistence Department suitable rations for a period of ten (10) days, and the Medical Department will provide proper attendants and supplies. 6. Captain Frederick .Cole, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, now in this city, will proceed to Guranajay, Cuba, and take charge of the construction of barracks, quarters, &c., at that point, under the orders of the Chief Quartermaster of the Division. The commanding officer at Guanajay will furnish Captain Cole all the transportation facilities required by him in the performance of his duty, and he will have exclusive charge of the unloading and returning of cars used for the transportation of materials for the construction purposes above referred to. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. 'By direction of the Secretary of War, Lieutenant Edgar T. Collins, 8th U. S. Infantry, now in this city, will proceed to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania., and report upon arrival thereat to Major-David J. Craigie, 25th U. S. Infantry, for recruiting duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. By direction of the Secretary of War, all general prisoners in the Presidio Carcel, Havana, Cuba, will be sent, under proper guard, to Governor's Island, New York harbor, with the necessary papers in each case. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation on the first available government transport; the Subsistence Department suitable rations for a period of five (5) days, and the Medical Department will provide proper attendants and supplies. 9. By direction of the Secretary of War, Major John B. Guthrie, 15th U. S. Infantry, Chief of Records of Volunteers, now in this city, will proceed to Washington, D. C., and upon arrival report in person to the Adjutant General of the Army. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.

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10. The following-named enlisted men of the 3rd U. S. Volunteer Engineers, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, Havana, Cuba, reported as convalescent and able to travel, will rejoin their respective companies at Fort McPherson, Georgia, to wit: Private Robert Lutes, company B, Private Thomas A. Milner, company B, Private John TV. Rowland, company B, Private Edward C. Dunn, company C, Private Samuel H. Pirates, company C. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation by commercial liners, if necessary, and the Subsistence Department will provide travel rations for ten (10) days. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS,) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 62. Havana, April 22, 1899. 1. A board of survey, to consist of: Major Edgar B. Robertson, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; Major Matthew C. Butler, Jr., Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers; Captain William B. Weigel, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana,_ Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., Wednesday, April 26, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the shortage in a shipment of coffee pots, invoiced by Captain Wirt-Robinson, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, New York City, under date of April 15, 1899, to the Depot Quartermaster, Havana. 2. Acting Assistant Surgeon George A. Sheldon, U. S. Army, now on duty in the Department of Havana, will proceed to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting by letter upon arrival thereat, to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for temporary duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will comm ute the rations of the followingnamed enlisted men, now on duty as telephone operators at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and twenty cents ($1.20) each per day, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Private James S. Tolley, company B, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Ernest Sichterbeck, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry. 4. Major Wilfred Turnbull, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty in the Department of Santiago, and will proceed to Havana, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Paragraph 5, Special Orders No. 39, current series, these headquarters, is revoked. 6. By direction of the President, Brigadier General Lotus H. Carpenter, U. S. Volunteers (Colonel 5th U. S.

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Cavalry), will continue to command the Department of Puerto Principe as Colonel, after the date fixed for his honorable discharge from the volunteer service of the United States. 7. Leave of absence for one (1) month, pith permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Major William N. Blow, Jr., 4th Virginia Volunteer Infantry (Captain 15th U. S. Infantry). 8. One (1) Acting Hospital Steward and (5) privates of the hospital corps, U. S. Army, to be selected by the surgeon in charge, are hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, and will proceed to Guanajay, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital at that point, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department suitable rations. 9. Ten (10) privates of the hospital corps, U. S. Army, to be selected by the surgeon in charge, are hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, and will proceed to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital at that point, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department suitable rations. 10. Captain Edwin S. Curtis, 2d Artillery, U. S. Army, is detailed as a member of the examining board convened by paragraph 4, Special Orders No. 41, current series, these headquarters, vice Captain Robert Of. Rogers, 2d U. S. Artillery, hereby relieved, BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th infantry, Aide de Caimp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVIsION OF CUBA, No. 63. 5 Havana, April 24, 1899. 1. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Private Frank James, company F, 1st U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, as a 1st class private, and will report to Captain Ambrose Higgins, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, for assignment to duty. 2. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Captain William i. Wright, 2d U. S. Infantry, aide de camp. 3. The board of officers convened by paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 48, current series, these headquarters, is hereby dissolved. 4. By direction of the Secretary of War, a board of officers, to consist of: Major Edward M. Hayes,7th Cavalry, U. S. Army; Major W. Fitzhugh Carter, Surgeon, U. S. Army; Captain Guy C. 31 Godfrey, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army; 1st Lieutenant Harry A. Eaton, 8th Infantry, U. S. Army; is appointed to meet at U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, Vedado, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., Friday, April 28, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, for the examination of such candidates for appointment of 2d Lieutenant in the regular army, as may be ordered before it from these headquarters; such orders being substituted for letter required in paragraph 1, General Orders No. 35, series 1898, Headquarters of the Army. Candidates ordered before the board dissolved by paragraph 3, Special Orders No. 63, current series, these head' quarters, will report to Major Hayes, President of the board, when notified by him to appear. 5. Acting Assistant Surgeon Roger Post Ames, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 57, Special Orders No. 88, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to the commanding officer thereof, for duty. 6. The following-named civilian telegraph operators, now in this city, will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Signal Officer, Department of Santiago, for assignment to duty as telegraph operators, to wit: Mr. James R. Collins, Mr. Fran cisco Rodriguez.

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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. So much of paragraph 2, Special Orders No. 58, current series, these headquarters, as directs Captain Joh J. Ryan, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, to proceed to Victoria de las Tunas, Cuba, is amended so as to direct him to proceed from Marianao to Santiago de Cuba, via Bataban6, by the first steamer, reporting upon arrival thereat to Captain Frederick T. Leigh, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer, Department of Santiago, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. Mr. Jose Fonterra, civilian telegraph operator, now at Cienfuegos, will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Signal Officer, Department of Santiago, for assignment to duty as telegraph operator at that station. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. The following-named enlisted men of the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now stationed at Camp Columbia, will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Signal Officer, Department of Santiago, for duty as telegraph operators, to wit: Sergeant Jiatthew Thompson, Sergeant Irwin L. Daniels, Sergeant Joseph Council. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide suitable quarters at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of these soldiers, while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 10. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following-named enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, U. S. A rmy, who are to be assigned to duty in the office of the Chief Surgeon of the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, from and including May 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it being fin-

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practicable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Hospital Steward Oliver Hastings, Acting Hospital Steward Richard J. Pahike, Private Michael Doyle. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERs, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 64A. j Havana, April 2G, 1899. 1. Acting Assistant Surgeon Daniel D. TWell, IT. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 22, Special Orders No. 89, current series, headquarters of the Army, is assigned to U. S. Military hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to the commanding officer thereof, for duty. 2. Lieutenant William T talt, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now at Matanzas, will proceed to Havana, Cuba, and on arrival thereat report to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, for assignment to duty as officer in charge of the telegraph office in this city. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Commissary Sergeant Emluil H. teiner, T. S. Army, is relieved from duty with the Depot Commissary of Subsistence, Santiago Ce Cuba, and will proceed to Ciego de Avila, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the commanding office at that station, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for three (3) days, it being impracticable for this soldier to carry rations of any kind. 4. Major -otle H. Creager, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, now at Pinar del Rio, will proceed to Havana, Cuba, and upon arrival thereat report in person to the Chief Quartermaster of the Division, for--_consultation in connection with the construction of quarters and barracks at Pinar del Rio and Guanajay, Cuba. Major Cbreager, will retain charge of all transportation in the former Depa-nient of Pinar del Rio, and will exercise exclusive jurisdiction in the unloading and returning of all cars used for the transportation of materials consigned to Pinar del Rio and C uauajay, for the construction purposes referred to. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 0. The journeys performed by Major James Il/. AlrrTimith, Coninissary of Subsistence, T. S. Volunteers, from hiavana, to Qu emados, Cuba, and return, between March 15 and April 30, 1899, for the purpose of inspecting beef for issue to U. S. troops, are approved as necessary .for the public service. G. The resignations of Messrs. DThi el G. Davi. and Charles F. (rosty, civilian clerks at these Headquarters, having been accepted, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish

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them transportation from this city to Washington, D. C., in accordance with the provisions of their appointments. 7. The soldiers asking for discharge from the 7th U. S. Cavalry and the 1st U. S. Infantry, at Pinar del Rio and Guanajay, Cuba, will be sent to Havana on May 3, 1899. Each soldier will be provided with: one (1) haversack, one (1) meat can, one (1) cup, one (1) knife, one (1) fork, one (1) spoon, one (1) barrack bag, which, on arrival in New York, will be turned in to the officer in charge of the detachment to which the soldier belongs, and shipped back to the proper regiment. One (1) day's travel rations, with coffee money, will be taken with the troops. 2d Lieutenant Harry E. K)ght, 1st U. S. Infantry, will be in charge of the men from the 1st U. S. Infantry, and of the 7th U. S. Cavalry, until arrival at Havana, when the men of that regiment will be reported to Captain Horatio G. Sickel, 7th U. S. Cavalry. The final statements of all men must be in the hands of the officer accompanying the troops and turned in to Major George R. Smith, Paymaster, U. S. Army, on board the transport "Havana,'' where they will be completed and the men paid on them upon their arrival in New York. Upon the completion of this duty, the officers named will rejoin their proper stations. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. A board of survey, to consist of: Major Edgar B. Robertson, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; Major latltew C. Butler, Jr., Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers; Lieutenant Charles IV. Castle, 16th U. S. Infantry, aide de camp; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., Saturday, April 29, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for a shortage found to exist in a box supposed to contain one hundred

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and twenty (120) steel erasers, invoiced by Captain W"t Robinson, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, New York City, to the-Depot Quartermaster, Havana. 9. Captain Luther R. Hare, 7th U. S. Cavalry, will proceed by Ward line steamer from Havana, Cuba, to New York City, in charge of a detachment of discharged soldiers. lie will receipt to the Chief Quartermaster of the Division for knives, forks, plates, and spoons, and to the Chief Connissary of Subsistence for travel rations. The stores receipted for to the Chief Quartermaster will be shipped back to him by Captain Hare from New York City, through the Quartermaster's Department. Upon completion of this duty, Captain Hare will return to his proper station, Marianao, Cuba. Acting Assistant Surgeon I'. f. Lapsley, U. S. Army, will accompany this detachment as medical officer, reporting to Captain Here, 7th U. S. Cavalry. Upon completion of this duty, Acting Assistant Surgeon Lapsley, will report by letter to the Surgeon General, U. S. Armny, Washington, D. C., for further orders. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. Lieutenant Victor Shepherd, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now on duty in this city, will proceed to Bataban6, Gijines and Matanzas, Cuba, for the purpose of making an inspection of the telegraph lines in the Province of Havana, and upon the completion of this duty will return to Havana, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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Sr':CcAnr ORDERS, IIEADQUARTEs DIVsION OF CUBA, No. 65. 3 Havana, April 27, 1899. 1. Dt'achinents of the 7th Cavalry, 2d Artillery, 1st, 8th and 10th Infantry, U. S. Ariny, consisting of men who have asked for their discharged under the provisions of General Orders No. 40, series 1898, leadquarters of the Army, will proceed from Havana, Cuba, to New York City on the transport Havaia" on Thursday, May 4, 1899. Each man will be provided with: one (1) haversack, one (1) meat ration can, one (1) cup, one (1) knife, one (1) fork, one (1) spoon, one (1) barrack bag, whiclh, fn arrival in New Yo k, will be turned in by each uetachum1c to the tffieci in charge of it, who will deliver ihem to the Quarteriwast her's Department for transportation bacl to Havana. Cuba. Seven days travel rations, with the exception of coffee money, for fiftten hundred (1500) men, will be furnished for the use of the troops. The (h17f Surgenol of the Division will provide the necessaIrv ne(ij;al atwilants and supplies. The f;Iltwing named (flicels will accompany the detachments and are charged with their discipline and provisions while ill lrallsit, t') wit: Ca'thin A.ier C. Tciylor, 2d U. S. Artillery; Capinin Horatio (a. nickel, 7tl U. S. Cavalry: Lieutenant Jam)es Baylies, 10th U. S. Infantry; Lieutenant Lawrence B. Simonds, 8th U. S. Infantry; Lieutenant Edhward Carpenter, 2d U. S. Artillery; Lieutenant i/arry E. Kh >ht, 1st U. S. Infantry. Upon completion of this duty, the above named officers will rej-ill their proper stations. The finil statemeits of the men will be in the hands of the officers iof the respective rcgiiments to which they belong, and will be turned over to Major George R. Smith, Paymaster. U. S. Arm', ol le Iransiport Havaia, to be computed, so 1hat the men can be paid before leaving the ship at New York City. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Major George IR. Siith, Paymaster, U. S. Army, and

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Majors BenjanMin F. Ilavens, James B. Kener, S. Heth Tyler and Glen H. Logan, Additional Paymasters, U. S. Volunteers, now in this city, will proceed on the transport "Havana," leaving Havana, Cuba, May 4, 1899, for New York City, preparing en route the final statements of the enlisted men on board the transport. Funds for payment of the men will be sent to these officers upon arrival at New York harbor. Upon completion of this duty, the paymasters named will report by letter to the Adjutant General of the Army for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. The general prisoners nowin confinement at the Presidio Cartel, Havana, Cuba, will be sent, under such guard as may be directed by the Commanding General, Department cf Havana, to Governor's Island, New York harbor, on the transport "Havana,'' leaving this city May 4, 1899. Suitable rations will be furnished for use of the prisoners on board the transport. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 4. Captain John T. French, Jr., Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with instructions from the War Department, is, by direction of the Secretary of War, assigned to the Department of Havana for duty as Chief Quartermaster, and will report to the Commanding General of that Department. 5. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant James R. Collins, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, on duty as telegraph operator at Santiago de Cuba, from and including April 26, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. The Quartermaster's Department will rent suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. 6. Major James I. Arrasmith, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, is relieved from duty in this Division, and will turn over the subsistence supplies for which he is responsible, at Quemados, Cuba, to Major Oliver E. Wood, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, and will then comply with the instructions contained in para-

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graph 47, Special Orders No. 87, current series, Headquarters of the Army. 7. Major John F. Stretch, 8th U. S. Infantry, is hereby detailed as a member of the board of officers convened by paragraph 4, Special Orders No. 63, current series, these headquarters. 8. Under authority of the Secretary of War, the following named enlisted men are hereby transferred from their respective commands to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, as first class privates: Quartermaster Sergeant Frank Gunuard, company A, 1st U. S. Infantry; Sergeant Thomas H. Danis, troop K, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Corporal Berkeley Inge, troop B, 8th U. S. Cavalry; Saddler William A. Harper, troop B, 8th U. S. Cavalry. Sergeant Davis will report to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, and Sergeant Gunnard, Corporal Inye and Saddler Harper to the Signal Officer at their respective stations, for assignment to duty. 9. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men, performing the duty specified in each case, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, from and including the date set opposite their respective names, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Corporal WV. H. Drake, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, lineman at Bayamo, Cuba; from April 11, 1899; Private David I. Bentz, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, telephone operator at Santiago de Cuba; from April 17, 1899; Private Henry T. Shelrone, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, telegraph operator at Victoria de las Tunas, Cuba, from March 24, 1899. 10. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, U S. Army, now on duty in the medical supply depot at Santiago ie Cuba, from and including April 4, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of seventy five cents (75 cents) each per day, it having been and being

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iIpracticable to provdi fer thour snbsis'wOCe 11 idly other. -:1y, to wail: Acting Hospital Steward Thomas S. Finch; Private Michael Stein. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: A djutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, } HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 66. 3 Havana, April 28, 1899. 1. Hospital Steward Jo/n B. Anderson, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty in the Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, and, as soon as his services can be spared by the Chief Surgeon of that department, will proceed to Havana, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the commanding officer, hospital ship 'Missouri,'' for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable for this soldier to carry rations of any kind. 2. Under authorityof paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Hospital Steward Patrick O'Reilly, U. S. Army, now on duty at the medical supply depot, Mlatanzas, Cuba, from and including April 1, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide subsistence for this soldier in any other way. 3. In compliance with telegraphic instructions from the War Department, Captain William H. Johnston, 16th U. S. Infantry, Acting Judge Advocate, Department of Havana, is hereby relieved from duty in this Division, and will proceed to New York City, reporting upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Acting Hospital Steward 11 L. Giblin, U. S. Army, will be discharged the service of the United States by his company commander, for the purpose of re-enlisting in the Hospital Corps. U. S. Army. 5. The soldiers asking for discharge from the 10th U. S. Infantry at Matanzas and C>rdenas, Cuba, will be provided with: one (1) haversack, one (1) meat ration can, one (1) cup, one (1) knife, one (1) fork, one (1) spoon, one (1) barrack bag, and sent to Havana on May 3, 1899, under the 0 command

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of Lieutenant James Bayles, 10th U. S. Infantry, for transportation to the United States under the provisions of paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 05, current series, these headquarters. The final statements of all men will be in the hands of Lieutenant Baylies, who will accompany the detachments, and turned in to Major George R. Smith Paymaster, U. S. Army, on board the transport "Havana,'' where they will be completed and the men paid on them upon their arrival at New York. One day's travel rations, with coffee money, will be taken with the detachments. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary taiisportation. 6. First Lieutenant Henry A. TWeFber, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, and will proceed to Puerto Principe, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General of that Departnent, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Contract nurses Cora ay Gadis and frances A. Dennis are hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, and will proceed to Puerto Prindpe, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Chief Surgeon of that Department, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for three (3) days, it being impracticable for these nurses to carry rations of any kind. 8. The following named medical officers, now on duty as indicated opposite their respective names, will accompany the troops sailing on the transport "havana," leaving this port May 4, 1899, for New York City, to wit: Major J. D. Glenucn, Surgeon U. S. Volunteers, Matanzas, Cuba; Acting Assistant Surgeon 1. B. Gregory, U. S. Army, Havana, Cuba; Acting A ssistant Surgeon F. Medina Ferrer, U. S. Army, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba. Major Glennan, upon arrival at Havana, will report to the Chief Surgeon of the Division, in order to obtain the necessary medical supplies. Upon completion of this duty, the officers named will rejoin their proper stittions.

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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation by sea. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. So much of paragraph 16, Special Orders No. 43, current series, these headquarters, as grants commutation of rations to Corporal Greenhall. company H, and Private Oswald, company I, 1st U. S. Infantry, on special duty in the office of the Quartermaster at Guanajay, Cuba, is hereby revoked, these men having been relieved and discharged the service of the United States respectively. 10. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men of the 1st U. S. Infantry, now on duty in the office of the Quartermaster at Guanajay, Cuba, from and including the dates set opposite their respective names, and while engaged in the performance of their present duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Private John J. Byrnes, from April 9, 1899; Private James 1L Beaters, from April 27, 1899. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 67. 5 Havana, April 29, 13b9. 1. Lieutenant Victor Shepherd, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now in this city, is hereby relieved from all duties in connection with the telegraph service in the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, and will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Signal Officer of that department, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. The following named enlisted men of the 10th U. S. Infantry, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, reported as convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, and upon arrival thereat report to their respective commanding officers, for duty, to wit: Private Samuel Sperrow, company K; Private Brew P. Bower, company K; Private Edward J. Hogen, company B. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 3. Captain Charles A. Varnwan, 7th U. S. Cavalry, will proceed by Ward line steamer from Havana, Cuba, to New York City in change of a detachment of discharged soldiers. He will receipt to the Chief Quartermaster of the Division for knives, forks, plates and spoons, and to the Chief Commissary of Subsistence for travel rations. The stores receipted for to the Chief Quartermaster will be shipped back to him by Captain Varnum from New York City, through the Quartermaster's Department. Upon completion of this duty, Captain Varnum will return to his proper station, Marianao, Cuba, The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. The following named enlisted men, now on duty in Havana and Matanzas respectively, will proceed to New York City on the transport "Havana," leaving this port May 4, 1899, for duty as clerks to Captain James Baylies, 10th Infantry, and Lieutenant Lawrence B. Simonds, 8th Infantry, U. S. Army, in preparing discharge papers of enlisted men on board the transport. Upon completion of this duty, they will rejoin their proper stations. Sergeant Joseph Frank, company H, 10th U. S. Infantry; Sergeant Herman llorgner, company E, 8th U. S. Infantry. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the neces-

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sary transportation, and the Subsistence Department suitable rations. 5. Recruit Herbert I Armold, 8th U. S. Cavalry, (unassigned) now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, will proceed to Puerto Principe, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to his regimental commander, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for two (2) days, it being impracticable for this soldier to carry rations of any kind. 6. A board of survey, to consist of: Major John F. Stretch, 8th U. S. Infantry; Captain John Stafford, 8th U. S. Infantry; Lieutenant James A. Lindsay, 8th U. S. Infantry; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., Saturday, May 6, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the theft of two (2) sets of wheel harness, and one (1) set of lead harness from the Depot Quartermaster's Corral, Train No. 6, for which Major Chauncey B. Baker, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster, Havana, is responsible. 7. A board of survey, to consist of: Major John C. Scantling, 2d U. S. Artillery; Captain Lotus Niles, 2d U. S. Artillery; Lieutenant harry A. Eaton, 8th U. S. Infantry; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., Friday, May 5, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the loss of one (1) sorrel horse mule, with equipments, consisting of saddle, saddle blanket, and bridle, believed to have been stolen from San Joss Wharf, February 27, 1899, and for which Major Chauncey B. Baker, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster, Havana, is responsible. 8. So much of paragraph 4, Special Orders No. 64, current series, these headquarters, as directs Major Noble II. Creager, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, to report in person to the Chief Quartermaster of the Division for consultation in connection with the construction of quarters and barracks at Pinar del Rio and Guanajay, Cuba, is hereby amended to direct Major Creager to report to the Chief Quartermaster, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.

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9. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Mr. J. E. Sherman, now on duty at Santiago de Cuba, in the employ of the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, transportation from that point to Havana., Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private William D. Smith, troop K, 7th U. S. Cavalry, now on duty as mail carrier at the Headquarters, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, from and including May 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide subsistence for this soldier in any other way. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, 1 HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 68. j Havana, May 2, 1899. 1. By direction of the Secretary of War, the following named officers will report by letter to the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for his instructions as to time and place they are to appear before a board of officers convened to examine them as to their fitness for promotion, to wit: Captain George A. Cornish, 15th U. S. Infantry, Ciego de Avila; First Lieutenant Eli A. Helmick, 10th U. S. Infantry, Matan zas; First Lieutenant William A. Phillips, 2d U. S. Infantry, Cienfuegos; Second Lieutenant Archie J. Harris, 2d U. S. Infantry, Cienfuegos. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. By direction of the Secretary of War, the following named officers will report by letter to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for his instructions as to time and place they are to appear before a board of officers convened to examine them as to their fitness for promotion, to wit: First Lieutenant Herbert S. TWipple, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Province of Havana; First Lieutenant Selah R. H. Tompkins, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Province of Havana; Second Lieutenant Harry E. Knight, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. By direction of the Secretary of War, the following named officers will report by letter to the Commanding General, Department of Puerto Principe, for his instructions as to time and place they are to appear before a board of officers convened to examine them as to their fitness for promotion, to wit: Captain Charles A. Williams, 21st U. S. Infantry, Nuevitas; First Lieutenant Charles TV. Farber, 8th U. S. Cavalry, Puerto Principe; First Lieutenant John E. AlcMahon, 4th U. S. Artillery, Puerto Principe; First Lieutenant C/tarles G. French, 15th U. S. Infantry, Puerto Principe. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.

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4. By direction of the Secretary of War, 1st Lieutenant Frederic H. SaOrgcnt, 8th U. S. Infantry, now in this city, will report by letter to the Comman ding General, Department of Havana, for his instructions as to time and place lie will appear before a board of officers convened to examine him as to his fitness for promotion. 5. By direction of the Secretary of War, 1st Lieutenant Stephen H. Hackney, 5th U. S. Infantry, Santiago, will report by letter to the Commanding General, Department of Santiago, for his instructions as to time and place he will appear before a board of officers convened to examine him as to his fitness for promotion. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Under author ity of the Secretary of War, the following named enlisted men are hereby transferred from their respective commands to the Signal Corps, U1. S. Army, as first class privates, to wit: Corporal Jospl A. TPin n. battery B. 2d U. S. Artillery; Private Ju2)ae; A. Dixon, Jr., battery M, 21 U. S. Artillery; Private Jae'tui 'aT, company -1, 4th U. S. Volunteer Infantnr. Corporal D ron itt and Pri vte Dixon will report to the Chief Signal (ulcer of t.e Di vi on, and Private HAlsead by letter to the Signal Oflicer, Department of Santiago, for assignment to duty. 7. Lieutenant .JiJmflUni( D). 1 Ttiiman, IT. S. Volnnieer Signal Corps, now in this city, will report to the Connanding General, Dpacmnet o ti0 Province of havana and Pinar del Rio, for temporary duty as Signal Officer of thit department. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. First Lieutenant imirose HUiiis, U. S. '\oluiiteer Signal Corps now stationed at Pinar del Rio, will proceed to Havana, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Cief Signal Officer of the Division, for duty in connection with telephone and telegraph work in this city. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. Acting Assistant Surgeon J. P. Whiting, Jr., A acting Hospital Steward George G.
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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department suitable rations for ten (10) days. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. Sergeant Bernard JRminyton, battery B, 2d U. S. Artillery, now on duty in this city, will proceed to New York City on the transport "Havana,'' leaving this port May 4, 1899, for duty as clerk to Captain Ader C. Taylor, 2d U. S. Artillery, in preparing discharge papers of enlisted men on board the transport. Upon completion of this duty, Sergeant Ueminyton will rejoin his proper station. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department suitable rations. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: Fird Lieiuenaut, 16th JPfantry, Aide dA Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 69. j Havana, May 8, 1899. 1. Major Francis S. Dodge, Paymaster, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 23, Special Orders No. 97, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will relieve Major George R. Snfith, Paymaster, U. S. Army, of his duties in charge of the payment of the Cuban Army, and will receive from Major Smithl the funds now in his hands for that purpose. While on this duty, Major Dodge will take station in Havana, Cuba. 2. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to apply for an extension of one (1) mouth and to visit the United States, is hereby granted Colonel .i'. Pearsoa, 10th U. S. Infantry. 3. Under authority of paragraph 1. General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will pay Private 0. A. Bishop, 2d company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, commutation of rations from January 23 to 31, 1899, both dates inclusive, during which time he was engaged on special duty in the cable ofice in the city of Havana, Cuba, ih pursuance of paragraph 8. Special Orders No. 13, current series, these headquarters at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents (, 1.50 ) per daY, it having been impracticable to furnish him subsistence in any other way. 4. Acting Assistant Surgeon f. IF Rainold, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 40, Special Orders No. 94, current series, IlIeadquarters of the Army, will proceed to Puerto Principe. Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Ciomnnandini General of that department, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Paragraph 7, Special Orders No. 66, current series, these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 6. Contract nurses Coia 1Uay Gaddis and Fr-a2ce A. Dennis are hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, and will proceed to Puerto Priucipe, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Chief Surgeon of that department, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, These nurses will be reimbursed their actual traveling expenses, not exceeding two (82.00) dollars each per day, during the period involved in complying with this order. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Major George T. hoses, Additional Paymaster, U'. S.

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Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 23, Special Orders No. 97, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will take station at Havana, Cuba, reporting to Major Frncis S. Dodge, Paymaster, U. S. Army, for duty. 8 Private William B. J1i7son, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with orders from the War Department, will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for assignment to duty in the yellow fever hospital in this city, to (late from March 29, 1899, that being the date Private Wilson reported to the commanding officer of that hospital, for duty. 9. The following named civilian telegraph operators, now in this city, will proceed to Santiago de Cuba. via Bataban6, reporting upon arrival thereat to Lieutenant J. J. Ryan, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer, Department of Santiago, for duty as telegraph operators, to wit: J. II. Fitzg ruld, /hares IDinule, 0. .'elson, T'homtas Duly. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. Sergeant W. Ii. ( ardoza, Signal Corps, IT. S. Army, novw ,t Camp Columbia, will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, via Bataanb, reporting upon arrival thereat to Lieutenant J. J. Jh(n, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps. Signal Officer, Department of Santiago, for assignment to duty. The Quarternaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, an( will provide suitable quarters at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will comnnute the rations of this soldier, while enlgagcd in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ( 51.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. By COMMON) OF MAJor GENERAL BROOKE: W. Y. RICHARDS, A djtant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Jnfiatry, Aide-de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERs, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 70. Havana, May 4, 1899. 1. Leave of absence for one (1) month is hereby granted Acting Assistant Surgeon Verdo B. Gregory, U. S. Army, to take effect upon his arrival in the United States. 2. Under the provisions of Army Regulations 1257, funds for the purchase of liquid coffee, at the authorized rate, for the anticipated number of days' travel, will be transferred by the Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division to the officer in charge of the enlisted men about to embark on the transport "Havana'' for New York City, for discharge from the service of the United States under the provisions of General Orders No. 40, series 1898, Headquarters of the Army. 3. Acting Assistant Surgeon, C. L. Farbsh, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with instructions from the War Department, will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for assignment to duty. 4. The commanding officer, hospital ship "Missouri,' having taken on board a full complement of sick and the necessary attendants, will clear from this port, under orders from the Surgeon General of the Army, as soon as the ship is provided with water and provisions. 5. A board of survey, to consist of: Captain Alexander D. Schenck, 2d U. S. Artillery; Captain Lotus Niles, 2d U. S. Artillery; Lieutenant Harry A. Eaton, 8th U. S. Infantry; is hereby appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Commissary of Subsistence, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. i. Wednesday, May 10, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for a shortage and the damaged condition of certain subsistence supplies, invoiced by the depot commissary at New York City, New York, and the depot commissary at Savannah, Georgia, and received by Major George T. Bartlett, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Commissary of Subsistence, Havana, Cuba, and for which he is accountable. 6. In compliance with instructions from the War Department, 1st Lieutenant John H. Stone, Assistant Surgeon,

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U. S. Army, and Corporal Cornelius McDermott, Light Battery F, 2d U. S. Artillery, will proceed to Leavenworth, Kansas, in time to arrive there on June 5, 1899, and will then report to the District Attorney of the United States Circuit Court at that place as witnesses in the case of the United States versus Joseph S. Leach, under indictment for the murder of Thomas Fenmnell, late corporal of Light Battery B, 4th U. S. Artillery. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Corporal McDermott, at the prescribed rate, for the necessary number of days. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Major James L. Wilson Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, will report to the. Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for duty as Chief Quartermaster of that department. 8. A board of survey, to consist of: Major Matthew C. Buttler, Jr., Chief Ordnance Officer, U. S. Volunteers; Major Robert H. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers; Lieutenant Charles IV. Castle, 16th U. S. Infantry, Aide de Camp; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. in., Tuesday, May 9, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for a shortage found to exist in shipments of bran and oats, invoiced by Captain Wirt Robinson, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, New York City, to Major Chauncey B. Baker, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, and for which he is responsible. 9. Private W. W Clen dening, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty at the medical supply depot, Havana, Cuba, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 10. Second Lieutenant Orville Benson, U. S. Volunteer Engineers, is hereby relieved* froi duty as Acting Assistant Quartermaster and Commissary of Subsistence at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will transfer all property and funds pertaining to those departments for which he is responsible to 1st Lieutenant Carl R. Darnall,

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Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, who is hereby detailed in his stead. Lieutenant Benson will continue in the performance of his engineering duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVIsION OF CUBA, No. 71. j Havana, May 5, 1899. 1. First Lieutenant Peter B Cumnings, 3d Nebraska Volunteer Infantry, and Edward F. Heiserman, 9th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, having reported at these headquarters as discharged patients from the hospital ship "Missouri", will proceed to join their respective regiments at Savannah, Georgiv. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to go beyond the limits of this Division, is hereby granted Captain John E. lcIelahon, Assistant Adjutant General, U. S. Volunteers, (1st Lieutenant 4th U. S. Artillery). 3. Captain Frederick S. Folt, 2d U. S. Cavalry, now at Cienfuegos, Cuba, will report without delay for special duty to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, at Quemados, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. First Lieutenant L. A. Fuller, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed without delay to Puerto Principe, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General of that department for special duty as member of a board convened for the examination of officers for promotion. Upon completion of the duty assigned, Assistant Surgeon Fuller will rejoin his proper station, Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Corporal John D. Pillsbnry, battery G, 2d U. S. Artillery, will proceed without delay to Savannah, Georgia, and upon arrival thereat report to Solicitor General Osborne, as a witness in the trial of Lieutenant Curry, late 3d Georgia Volunteer Infantry. Upon being discharged by the court, Corporal Pillsbury will rejoin his proper station, Havana, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Corporal Pillsbury at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, in advance, for five (5) (lays, which will

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ration him for the time consumed in land travel going and returning. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Corporal C. A. Newell, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now on duty at Guantnnamo, Cuba, as lineman on the Guantnimmo-Baracoa telegraph line, from and including May 1, 1899, and while. engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide subsistence for this soldier in any other way. 7. Prisoners Lawrenic J. Coleman, company D, and Fran/c Brown, company A, 1st U. S. Infantry, alleged deserters, will be sent, under proper guard, to the headquarters of their regiment. Pinar del Rio, Cuba, The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department suitable rations. 8. A board of survey, to consist of: Major George T. Bartlett, Chief Commissary of Subsiste1nce, U. S. Volunteers; Major John C. Sccumliig, 2d U. S. Artillery; Lieutenant -1/chaelt Jf. cDonough, 2d U. S. Artillery; is appointed to meet at the Regla warehouse at 10 o'clock a. In., Friday, May 12, 1899, oras soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for the damaged condition of certain subsistence stores left in the Regla warehouse by Major J. C. Mullikin, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, and those subsequently received from Captain /-. L. Street, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, in charge of the relief ship "Comal." 9. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private i'rancis E. Sicdwell, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry, now on duty in charge of filters in the city of Pinar del Rio, Cuba, from and including May 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and twenty cents ($1.20) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide subsistence for this soldier in any other way. 10. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, ten (10) privates of the hospital corps, now on duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, to be selected by the commanding officer thereat, will be sent to Camp Columbia,

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Buena Vista, Cuba, reporting upon arrival to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIvISION OF CUBA, No. 72. j Iatana, May 6, 1899. 1. Brigadier General 0. H. Erst, U. S. Volunteers, (Lieutenant Colonel U. S. Engineers) is relieved from further duties in this Division and will proceed to Washington, D. C., reporting upon arrival thereat to the Adjutant General of the Army. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Captain S. F. Dutton, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, is stationed at the town of Guanajay, Cuba, to date from February 13, 1899. 3. Acting Assistant Surgeon Clarence H. Long, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 15, Special Orders No. 98, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will report to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. A board of officers, to consist of: Lieutenant Colonel William L. Haskia, 2d U. S. Artillery; Lieutenant Colonel Robert 11. O'Reilly, Chief Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers; Major Abiel L. Smith, Commissary of Subsistence, Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division; will convene at these headquarters at 10 o'clock a. m., Monday, May 15, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to fully examine into the subject of any desired changes in the rations for troops serving in Cuba. The changes recommended, if any, will be sent to these headquarters, independent of the report of the board, as soon as practicable. The report will go into the dietetics fully, giving reasons for advised changes, and is authorized to call upon officers or enlisted men of long service in the tropics for such information as it may desire. 5. Captain latt R. Peterson, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Army, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, will proceed from Matanzas to Havana, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division for conference with reference to the distribution of supplies in his department. Upon completion of this duty, Captain Peteront will return to his proper station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Acting Assistant Surgeon Charles Bruning, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with

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paragraph 41, Special Orders No. 94, current series, headquarters of the Army, will report to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. The board of officers convened by paragraph 4, Special Orders No. 41, current series, these headquarters, is hereby dissolved. 8. A board of officers, to consist of: Major George S. Grimes, 2d U. S. Artillery; Captain Edwin P. Brewer, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Lieutenant Herbert S. Wipple, 7th U. S. Cavalry; will convene at Camp Columbia, Buena Vista, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. in., Thursday, May 11, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into and report upon the qualifications of Sergeant Wlliam iBramxtedt, troop A, 7th U. S. Cavalry, and such other enlisted men at the post as may desire to be examined, for the position of post quartermaster sergeant. The board will make separate report in each case. The reports will fully conform in all particulars to paragraphs 95 and 96 of the Army Regulations, giving questions and answers, and will be forwarded to the Adjutant General of the Army, through Headquarters, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, with as little delay as practicable. 9. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men of the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, performing the duty specified in each case, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, from and including the date set opposite their respective names, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: First Class Sergeant James .Thompson, operator at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, from April 20 to April 30, 1899; Sergeant James H. O'Brien, operator at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, from April 20 to April 30, 1899; Sergeant Hugo Behnne, operator at Matanzas, Cuba, from April 15, 1899; Sergeant Edwin L. Stewart, lineman at Uni6n, Cuba, from April 19, 1899;

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First Class Private Marry P. lorcu, lineman at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, from April 24, 1899; First Class Private Charles TlK Davison, operator at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, from April 24, 1899. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters for Sergeants Blndne and Steaart at a rental not exceeding twelve (912.00) dollars per month. 10. The following-named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, reported as convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to join their respective commands, to wit: 1sT U. S. INFANTRY, PINAr DEL Rio. Recruits James L. House and John T. Mar4iall. 7TI U. S. CAVALRY, QUEMADos, CuBA. Recruits Arthur Merregold and John H. Jones. 8TH U. S. INFANTRY, HAVANA. Recruit James E. Casey. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Recruits Loser and iiiarshall the necessary transportation. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, A4jutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAr (}InES, iHEADQUAnTEZS DIvISION O' CU A, No. 73. 5 Havana, fay 9, 1899. 1. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will comiaute the rations of Private T omas P. CmI1bell, company E, 1st U. S. Infantry, now on duty as Jabor er in the Subsistence Department at (ua'ajvy, Cuba, from and including April 22d, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of suclh duty, at the rate of one dollar and twenty cents ($1.20) per day, it having been and being inpractica ble to provide subsistence for this soldier in any other way. 2. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the SubsisteneeifDepartient will commute the rations of the followingnamed enlisted men of the HospiPal Corps, U. S. Army; now on duty in the office of the Chief Snrgeon, Delnrtment of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, from and including lMay 1, 1899. and while elgngod in 111 pe-formance of tins duty, at the rate of one doll'u 'nd M'I1y cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being inpracticable to provide for their subsistence in any olher way. to nit: Acting hospital Steward Clarance A. BPrlgheim, Private. jatthew E. Somcillan, Private Curlels hou rret(. 3. Under authority of pargraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Anrmy, the SubsisteCe Department will commute the rations of Private John F. J:urleso)?, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty in 0h medical si ppy depot, at Santiago, Cuba, from and including May 1, 1oi9. and while engaged in the performance of this diily, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day it having been mnd being impracticable to furnish hin subsistence in any other way. 4. Under instructions from the Secretary of War, Coinmissary Sergeant Pal E]ckmrt, U. S. Army, recently appointed from the 7th U. S. Cavalry, will be sent to the Headquarters, Department of Porto Rico, at San Juan. Porto Rico, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Chief Commissary of Subsistence of that department, for duty. The Quarterniaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier, at the prescribed rate. for the necessary number of days. 5. Lieutenant Orville Benson, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engin-

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eers, will turn over all public funds for which he is responsible as Acting Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, to the Chief Quartermaster of the Division, instead of to Lieutenant Carl R. Darnall, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, as directed in paragraph 10, Special Orders No. 70, current series, thes2 headquarters. 6. Major John R. Lynch, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 23, Special Orders No. 97, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to station at Havana, Cuba. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, A djutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 74. Hacna, May 10, 1809. 1. Leave of absence for one (1) month is hereby granted Captain Clyde D. V. Hint, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers. 2. Captain James B. Hickey, 8th U. S. Cavalry, on duty at these headquarters, will report to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for temporary duty, upon completion of which he will rejoin his proper station, Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Under authority of the Secretary of War, the following named enlisted men are hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, to wit: Corporal Joseph T M cGowan, battery B, 2d U. S. Artillery; Private 1llia S. Foster, troop I, 8th, U. S. Cavalry. Corporal McGowan will report to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, and Private Foster to the Signal Officer, Department of Puerto Principe, for assignment to duty. 4. Lieutenant Colonel R. il. O'Reilly, U. S. Volunteers, Chief Surgeon of the Division, will proceed to Guanajay and Pinar del Rio, Cuba, in connection with the erection of hospital buildings at those places. Upon completion of this duty, Colonel O'Reilly will return to his proper station, Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Major John R. Lynch, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, is assigned to make payment of troops at Nuevitas and Puerto Principe, Cuba, and troops detached, with the exception of troops at Ciego de Avila, on muster of April 30, 1899, upon completion of which duty, he will rejoin his proper station in this city. Commanding officers will provide the necessary escorts, upon the request of Major Lynch. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and, when practicable, will ship by express, the funds required for this payment, together with chests and field safes necessary for their safe keeping. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Major William R. Graham, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, is assigned to make payment of troops at the following-named points, to wit:

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Santa Clara, Matanzas, Cienfuegos, Sancti Spiritus, Sagua la Grande, Trinidad, C(1rdenas, Remedies, and troops detached, and troops at Ciego de Avila (Province of Puerto Principe), on muster of April 30, 1899, upon completion of which duty, he will rejoin his proper station in this city. Commanding officers will provide the necessary escorts, upon the request of Major Graham. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and, when practicable, will ship by express, the funds required for this payment, together with the chests and field safes necessary for their safe keeping. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. The journeys performed by Major Edward M. Hayes 7th U. S. Cavalry, from Quemados to Havana, and return to Quemados, on April 7, 8, 10, 13, 15, 18, 22, 25, and 28 and May 1, 4 and (, 1899, attending the board of officers convened for the purpose of examining candidates for appointment to the regular army, are approved as necessary for the public service. 8. A board of survey, to consist of: Major John F. Slre/ct, 8th U. S. Infantry; Captain John Staford, 8th U. S. Infantry; Lieutenant James R. Lindsay, 8th U. S. Infantry; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., Thursday, May 18, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon, and fix the responsibility for a shortage of sixteen thousand two hundred and four (10,204) pounds of oats found to exist in a shipment of thirty five hundred and eighty five (3,585) sacks of oats, invoiced as weighing six hundred and sixty thousand (660,000) pounds, per steamship "Widdrington" of the Mobile Steamship Conpany, being part of a consignment invoiced by Colonel J. I. Scully, Assistant Quartermaster General, U. S. Army, New Orleans, Louisiana, to Major Chalmcey B. Baker, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, and for which he is responsible. 9. Private ...... ...... Lamb, company E, 1st U. S. Infantry, Guanajay, will be sent by his commanding officer

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treatment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable for this soldier to carry rations of any kind. 10. Under authority of paragraph 2, Special Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the following named enlisted men are hereby transferred to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the surgeon at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, for assignment to duty, to wit: Private David fclKeown, troop I, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private John J. tSweeney, company F, 1st U. S. Infantry. BY COMMAND. OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp. to the U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, for

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DiVsION OF CUBA, No. 75. Haeana, Alay1 12, 1899. 1. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, the following named enlisted men of the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, are hereby detailed for duty in connection with the telegraph service in the city of ivana, Cuba, to wit: Sergeant P. C. Delaplane, operator, office of the Chief of Customs Service of the Division, from April 29, 1899; Sergeant Joseph A. Dronin, operator, office of the Chief Quartermaster of the Division, from May 8, 1899; Sergeant Philip J. Golden, lineman, telegraph office, from May 11, 1899; Sergeant Thomas H Davis, lineman, from May 10, 1899; Sergeant James A. Dixon, lineman, from May 10, 1899. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per room per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of these soldiers from and including the date set opposite their respective names, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 2. Captain George Lea Febiger, 9th U. S. Volunteer Infantry, having completed his examination before the examining board in session in this city, will rejoin his regiment at Camp Meade, Pennsylvania. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. a. Sergeant Robert J. Lindsey, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now at Puerto Padre, will proceed to Victoria de las Tunas, Cuba, and take station at that point as telegraph lineman, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Signal Officer, Department of Santiago, by telegraph. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide quarters at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month.

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The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier, while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 4. Second Lieutenant William Mitchell, Signal Officer, U. S. Volunteers, now in this city, will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment to duty as assistant to the signal officer of that department. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Contract nurse Alice Kemmer, having been ordered to the United States for annuhnent of contract, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish her transportation and sleeping car accommodations to her home, Sweetsee, Indiana, as required by the terms of her contract. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Acting Assistant Surgeon John J. Kelly, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 25, Special Orders No. 102, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to the commanding officer of that hospital, for duty. 7. Paragraph 3, Special Orders No. 64. current series, these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 8. Commissary Sergeant George >I. Kaltschmidt, U. S. Army, now at Iaracoa, will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, roportin ;ipon arrival thereat to the Chief Commissary of Subsistence of that department, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier, at the prescribed rate, for the necessary number of days, it being impracticable for him to carry rations of any kind. 9. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Private Alont B. Maynard, company F, 5th U. S. Infantry, now at Santiago de Cuba, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the Signal Officer, iDepartment of Santiago, for assignment to duty. 10. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Jo eph E. 1. Aselli,, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty as telegraph operator at Santa Clara, Cuba, from and including May 10, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents

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($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant GeneraL

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERs DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 76. Havana, May 18, 1899. 1. First Lieutenant Matthew C. Butler, Jr., 7th U. S. Cavalry, is hereby detailed on special duty at these headquarters as Acting Assistant Quartermaster. 2. Major George G. Arthur, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of Santiago, and will proceed to Havana, Cuba, reporting in person upon arrival thereat to the Chief Paymaster of the Division, for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Paragraph 6, Special Orders No. 74, current series, these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 4. The journey performed by Major Abiel L. Smith, Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division, from Havana, Cuba, to Washington, D. C., and return, between April 8 and 26, 1899, under telegraphic instructions from the Secretary of War, in order to appear as witness before a court of inquiry, is approved as being necessary for the public service. 5. The commanding officer at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, will send Private John J. Doherty, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry, to U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, for special treatment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable for this soldier to carry rations of any kind. 6. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation for forty one (41) recruits of the 7th U. S. Cavalry, from this ciy to Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Subsistence Department will furnish travel rations for one (1) day. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DiVISION OF CUBA, No. 77. Havana, May 16, 1899. 1. Major Oliver E. Wood, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, is hereby detailed as an additional member of a board of officers convened by paragraph 4, Special Orders No. 72, current series, these headquarters. Such journeys from Quemados to Havana, Cuba, and return, as it may be necessary for Major Wood to make in attending the meetings of the board, are confirmed as necessary for the public service. 2. The services of Afr. Walter Garlock, authorized clerk to Captain S. F. Dutton, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, being no longer required, and in accordance with the provisions of his appointment, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish him the necessary transportation from Guanajay, Cuba, to Dayton, Ohio. 3. Hospital Steward I. Peake, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of Havana, and is assigned to the medical supply depot, Headquarters Division of Cuba. 4. Acting Hospital Steward George P. Ewing, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in pursuance of telegraphic instructions from the Headquarters of the Army, dated May 1, 1899, is assigned to duty in the office of the Chief Surgeon of the Division. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier while engaged in the performance of this duty at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 5. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Sergeant Edward F. Willis, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in this city, and will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival

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thereat to Captain D. J. Carr, Signal Officer, Department of Santiago, for duty in connection with the telegraph service in that department. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide suitable quarters at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Willis, from and including May 17, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of 1st Class Private Frank R. Giunnard, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty at Guanajay, Cuba, from and including May 3, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($[.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 7. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Sergeant Thomas H. Campbell, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty at Camp Columbia, and will proceed to Havana, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to Lieutenant H. I. Stamford, Disbursing and Property Officer, U. S. Signal Corps, for duty as operator and clerk. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide suitable quarters at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the raions of Sergeant Campbell, while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 8. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, the following named enlisted men of the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, are hereby detailed for duty in connection with the telegraph service in the city of Havana, Cuba, and will report to Lieutenant TV. l1. Talbott, Signal Officer, U. S. Volunteers, to wit: Sergeant WV. H. Hoffman, operator, telegraph office; First Class Private E. S. Ford, operator, telegraph office.

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The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) per room per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of these soldiers from and including May 13, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 9. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, the following-named enlisted men of the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now at Camp Columbia, will proceed to Santa Clara, Cuba, taking with them four (4) horses and horse equipment, and reporting by telegraph upon arrival thereat to Captain ASmtel Peber, Signal Officer, U. S. Volunteers, Matanzas, Cuba, to wit: Sergeant J. E. P. Rood, lineman, Sergeant J. A. Airmstrony, operator, Sergeant J. P. Beecher, lineman, Corporal C. i. Kester on, operator, Corporal George IV. Smithl, operator, Corporal IL J. Summers, lineman, 1st Class Private H. J. Stetbbins, lineman. 1st Class Private G. H. Sanderson, lineman, 1st Class Private P. J. Sullivan, operator, 1st Class Private Charles M. Rich, operator. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide suitable quarters at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month per ro im. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of these soldiers while engaged in the performance of their respective duties, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 10. A board of survey, to consist of: Major George S. Grimes, 2d U. S. Artillery; Captain Edwin P. Brewer, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Lieutenant toy B. Harper, 7th U. S. Cavalry; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Marianao, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. in., Monday, May 22, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for shortages in two lots of clothing and equipage, (one of which was invoic-

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ed by Major J. B. Bellinger, Quartermaster, U. S. Army, Depot Quartermaster, Savannah, Georgia, per U. S. transport "Kilpatrick") for which Captain Clyde D. V. Hunt, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster, Marianao, is responsible. A separate report covering each case will be made to these headquarters. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, H HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 78. J Havana, May 18, 1899. 1. Major .P. Kramer, Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, Vedado, Cuba, will, in addition to his present duties, perform those of Acting Assistant Quartermaster and Acting Commissary of Subsistence, at that hospital. 2. By direction of the Assistant Secretary of War, Commissary Sergeant James Hanaghan, U. S. Army, is relieved from duty in this Division, and will proceed to Fort Reno, Oklahoma Territory, reporting upon arrival thereat to the commanding officer of that post. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier in advance, at the prescribed rate, for five (5) days, it being impracticable for him to carry rations of any kind. 3. The commanding officer at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, will send Corporal John D. Hansen, band, 1st U. S. Infantry, to U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, for special treatment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable for this soldier to carry rations of any kind. 4. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of 1st Class Private Frank James, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty at Artemisa, Cuba, in connection with repair work on the telegraph line in that section, from and including April 29, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 5. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of 1st Class Sergeant A1ax Pollner, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty as telegraph operator in this city, from and inchiding May 3, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per

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day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 6. Acting Assistant Surgeon B. II. Kittrell, now on duty in the Department of Havana, will report to the commanding officer of the detachment of U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps leaving this port Saturday, May 20, 1899, for the purpose of accompanying them to Egmont Key, remaining with the detachment until the quarantine regulations have been complied with. Upon completion of this duty, Actirg Assistant Surgeon Kitirell will rejoin his proper station, Havana, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary sea transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Lieutenant Charles S. Tallace, Signal Officer, U. S. Volunteers, now at Camp Columbia, will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to Captain D. J. Cart, U. S. Volunteers, Signal Officer of that department, for assignment to duty in connection with the telegraph service. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. S. Colonel H. _. C. Dinwoody, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, Chief Signal Officer of the Division, will take charge of and conduct the 3rd company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, from this city to Savannah, Georgia, for muster out at that point. Upon completion of this duty, Colonel Dmiwoody will rejoin his proper station in this city, via Wasliington, D. C., in order to enable him to consult with the Chief Signal Officer of the Army in regard to the immediate needs of the telegraph and telephone service in the Island of Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. The commanding officer at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, will send Private James Aeading, company L, 1st U. S. Infantry, to U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Iavana, Cuba, for special treatment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable for this soldier to carry rations of any kind. 10. By direction of the Secretary of War, Private James Thorntolt Tatson., troop E, 7th U. S. Cavalry, now at Pinar del Ilfo, will proceed to Havana, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to Major Edward M. Hayes, 7th U. S. Cav-

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alry, President of an examining board, for re-examination as to his fitness for appointment to a second lieutenancy in the regular army. Upon completion of his re-examination, Private Watson will rejoin his troop. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for five (5) days, covering time consumed in travel and while undergoing re-examination, it being impracticable for this soldier to carry rations of any kind, or to provide for his subsistence while in Havana in any other way. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL Biooxi: Adjutant General.

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SPEcIAL ORDERs, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CnA, No. 79. Havana, May 20, 1890. 1. Lieutenant 0. TV. B. Farr, 2d U. S. Artillery, now at Camp Columbia, Cuba, will join the battery to which he was recently assigned by paragraph 60, Special Orders No. 88, current series, Headquarters of the Army. 2. The journey performed by Major Benjamin F. Havens, Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, from Matanzas to Cardenas, Cuba, and return to Matanzas, in paying U. S. troops at that point on muster of April 30, 1899, is approved as necessary for the public service. 3. Major Benjamin F. Havens, Paymaster, U. S. Volunieers, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, and will proceed from Matanzas to Havana, Cuba, upon arrival thereat rendering his accounts and turning overall public funds in his possession to the Chief Paymaster of the Division. He will then proceed to comply with the provisions of paragraph 47, Special Orders No. 87, current series, Headquarters of the Army. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. A board of survey, to consist of: Major John F. Stretch, 8th U. S. Infantry; Captain Chas., T. Kennedy, 8th U. S. Infantry; Lieutenant Traber Norman, 8th U. S. Infantry; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., Thursday, May 25, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for a shortage found to exist in the shipment of a quantity of hay, per steamer "Helios" of the Munson Line, invoiced by Colonel J. WI Scully, Assistant Quartermaster General, IT. S. Army, New Orleans, Louisiana, to Major Chauncey B. Baker, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, and for which he is responsible. 5. A beard of survey, to consist of. Major John C. Scanlitng, 2d U. S. Artillery; Captain Edwin S. Curtis, 2d U. S. Artillery; Lieutenant Edward .T7nbCrlakLe, Jr., 2d. U. S. Artillery; is appointed to meet at Regla, in the harbor of Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. in., rTresday, May 23, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for the imperfect dimensions,

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inferior quality and shortages found to exist in the shipment of certain cargoes of lumber from Savannah, Georgia, and those invoiced by Colonel J. 1. Scully, Assistant Quartermaster General, U. S. Army, New Orleans, Louisiana, to General Charles .Humpitrey, Deputy Quartermaster General, U. S. Army, Chief Quartermaster of the Division., and for which he is responsible. 6. Acting Assistant Surgeon George P. Peed, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 29, Special Orders No. 108, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio. He will report to the Commanding General of that department at Quemados, Cuba, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Leave of absence for thirty (30) days, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Captain Peter C. Deming, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers. 8. Acting Assistant Surgeon James F. Archer, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of Mataizas and Santa Clara, and is assigned to the Department of Puerto Principe. He will report to the Commanding General of that department for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. Paragraph 7, Special Orders No. 78, current series, these headquarters, is hereby suspended until furt her orders. Lieutenant Charles S. iWlallace, Signal Corps, U. S. Volunteers, will take station at Havana, Cuba, and report to the Chief Signal Oflicer of the Division, for duty. 10. The commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, will detach four (4) privates of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and order them to report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for assignment to duty. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, A( utant General. OrFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERs DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 80. 5 Havana, May 22, 1899. 1. Paragraph 6, Special Orders No. 58, current series, these headquarters, is, by direction of the Secretary of War, amended so as to provide for the muster out of 1st Lieutenants Oscar S. Durfee and Orville Benson, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, to date April 23, 1899, instead of the date of muster out of their regiment, as directed therein. 2. Commissary Sergeant Arthur G. Wood, U. S. Army, now at Santiago, will proceed to Sagua la Grande, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the commanding officer at that point, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will pay commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for two (2) days, it being impracticable for this soldier to carry rations of any kind. 3. Major J. S. Wilkins, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, is assigned to make payment of troops at Pinar del Rio and Guanajay, Cuba, and troops detached, on muster of April 30, 1899, upon completion of which duty he will rejoin his proper station in this city. Commanding officers will provide the necessary escorts, upon the request of Major Wilkins. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and, when practicable, will ship by express the funds required for this payment, together with chests and field safes necessary for their safe keeping. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men of the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty at the point indicated opposite their respective names, from and including May 10, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Sergeant L. H F. Stewart, Bayamo, Cuba; Sergeant J. H. Clery, Santiago, Cuba; Sergeant John M. Turrell, Santiago, Cuba. 5. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No.

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31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Ordnance Sergeant David Scott, U. S. Army, now on duty at Santiago de Cuba, from and including April 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Post Quartermaster Sergeant Henry N. Clark, U. S. Army, now on duty at Guanttnamo, Cuba, from and including May 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. 7. Acting Assistant Surgeon TVilson T. Davidson, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 21, Special Orders No. 103, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to the Department of Puerto Principe. He will report to the Commanding General of that department, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. Private Joseph T. Mc Gowan, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, having reported to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division in compliance with paragraph 3, Special Orders No. 74, current series, these headquarters, is assigned to the Department of Havana and will report to the Signal Officer of that department, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier, while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 9. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsist-

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ence Department will commute the rations of the followingnamed enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty in the medical supply depot at Cienfuegos, Cuba, from and including May 12, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Acting Hospital Steward Earnest Low, Private Ciarles Walker. 10. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Acting Hospital Steward George F. Ewing, U. S. Army, is hereby attached to U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, for muster and clothing. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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No. 81 j eataca, May 24, 1899. 1. The services of Mr. JAtes K. Fu/ton, clerk at ordnance depot, Havana, Cuba, being no longer required by the Chief Ordnance Officer of the Division, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish him transportation from this city to Fort Monroe, Virginia, in accordance with the terms of his contract. '. Acting Assistant Surgeon Aeaton -orman, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 25, Special Orders No. 114, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to the Department of Havana. He will report to the Commanding General of that department, for duty. 3. By direction of the Assistant Secretary of War, Commissary Sergeant Frank McCaffrey, U. S. Army, now at Havana, Cuba, is relieved from duty in this Division, and will proceed to Madison Barracks, New York, reporting upon arrival thereat to the commanding officer of that post, for duty. Trhe Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier in advance, at the prescribed rate, for (1) day, it being impracticable for him to carry rations of any kind. 4. Major S'. i. Kraner, Surgeon, U. S.Volunteers, will report for temporary special duty to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, at Quemados, Cuba. Upon completion of the duty required, he will rejoin his proper station, Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. First Lieutenant Sedgtick Rice, 7th U. S. Cavalry, will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for special duty, relieving Captain E. St. J. Greble, 2d U. S. Artillery. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. (l. Commissary Sergeant Jon D. Sam merlin, U. S. Army, now at Santiago, will proceed to Ciego de Avila, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the commanding officer at that point, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will coiuiate the rations of this soldier in advance, at the preRCIPEIA Oam)111s, ) 11"inD1A wripis DIsION OF CURIIA,

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scribed rate, for the necessary number of days, it being impracticable for him to carry rations of any kind. 7. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the followingnamed enlisted men of the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on detached service at Santo Domingo, Cuba, from and including the date set opposite their respective names, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents .($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Second Class Private E. I. An rman, from May 1, 1899: Second Class Private Thomts E. bSim)p, front May 1899: Second Class Private R. Crr Ti/on, from May 15, 1899. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per room per month. 8. A board of survey, to consist of: Major Jot F. Stretch, 8th U .S. Infantry; Captain Join Stafford, 8th U. S. Infantry; Lieutenant Jnu R. LiudI.Ny, 8th 1f. S. Infantry; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., M onday, May 29, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for a shortage of ninety (90) sacks of oats, weighing eleven thousand two hundred and fifty (11,250) pounds, found to exist in a shipment of sixteen hundred (1,60{)) sacks of oats, weighing two hn(dred thousand (200,000) pounds, per steam er "''Mascotte' of the Plant Line Steamship Coupany, invoiced by Captaiii ]0bert L. .BT'uunm, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Tapa. F ida, April 22, 1899, to Major CAulfniceQ B. Bker Chief Quantenmaster U. S. \'olunmters, Depot Quarteimaister, lXavaiia, C111lba1, and fur which he is responsible. 9. Under authority of paragraph 1, (general Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men of the Signal Corps, I. S. Army. now on duty at the points indicated opposite their respe(-

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five names, from and including April engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. to wit: Sergeant Jvnes A. Steele, Holguin, Cuba; Sergeant Anthony P. forris, Signal Corps storehouse Havana, Cuba; Sergeant John T. Styles, Headquarters, Division of Cuba, Havana. Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per room per month. 10. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Ariny, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men of the Signal Corps, U1. 5. A rmny, now on duty at the headquarters. Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, Quemados, Cuba, from and including the date set opposite their respective names, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Sergeant Thomas I. Shepherd. Jr., from May 18. 1899: Sergeant Gilbert A. Twigq, from May 22. 1899. By COMMAND OF MAJOR (4ENICRAL BROOKE: ldIutti Gen e 1. 29, 1899, and while

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 82. Havana, May 26, 1899. 1. A board of survey, to consist of: Major Edgar B. Robertson, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; Captain Clyde D. V. Hunt, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; Captain William Teigel, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m.,Wednesday, May 31, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for a shortage of sixty six hundred and twenty seven (6,627) pounds of hay found to exist in a shipment of nineteen hundred and twenty eight (1,928) bales of hay, invoiced as weighing one hundred and ninety three thousand five hundred and fifty six (193,556) pounds, per steamer "Olivette" of the Plant Steamship Line, invoiced by Captain Robert L. Brown, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Tampa, Florida, May 13, 1899, to Major Chiauncey B. Baker, Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, and for which he is responsible. 2. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Acting Hospital Steward Harry Fisher, U. S. Army, now in this city, will be discharged the service of the United States under paragraphs 145 and 146 of the Regulations, upon receipt of this order by his commanding officer. 3. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Oiders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Acting Hospital Steward John JJ.7 Ward, U. S. Army, now on duty in the office of the Chief Surgeon, Department of Havana, from and including May 5, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 4. Private Horace G. Dawling, company D, 2d U. S. Infantry, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, reported as convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to Cienfuegos, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to his company commander, for duty.

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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department commutation of rations in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable to provide for the subsistence of this soldier in any other way. 5. Lieutenant Edward TV. Perkins, 8th U. S. Infantry, is detailed as recorder of the board of survey convened by paragraph 8, Special Orders No. 81, current series, these headquarters, vice Lieutenant James B. Lindsay, 8th U. S. Infantry, hereby relieved. 6. By direction of the Secretary of War, Captain George P. Borden, 5th U. S. Infantry, and Lieutenant Alexander M. Miller, Jr., 10th U. S. Cavalry, will report by letter to the Commanding General, Department of Santiago, for his instructions as to the time and place they will appear before a board of officers convened to examine them as to their fitness for promotion. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. By direction of the Secretary of War, First Lieutenant George I. Kirkman, 8th U. S. Infantry, will report by letter to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for his instructions as to the time and place he will appear before a board of officers convened to examine him as to his fitness for promotion. 8. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, headquarters of the Army, Private Dell Timbrook, hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is detailed Acting Hospital Steward, to date from the 18th instant, and assigned to duty with the 2d Infantry Hospital at his present station, Cienfuegos, Cuba. Br COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. 'V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General OFrIcn\1L: Firt Lieutenant, 16th infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, } HEADQUARTERS DivisioN OF CUBA, No. 83. 4 Havana, May 29, 1899. 1. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Corporal Leo C. Thomas, company A, 19th U. S. Infantry, now in this city, transportation from Havana, Cuba, to New York City, New York. Upon his arrival at that point, Corporal Thomas will report to the Commanding General, Department of the East, Governor's Island, New York, for assignment to a company until the arrival of his regiment from Porto Rico. 2. Major J. S. Wilkins, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, will report to Major Francis S. Dodge, Paymaster, U. S. Army, for temporary duty. 3. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the followingnamed enlisted men, performing the duty specified in each case, from and including May 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Hospital Steward Angus McLeod, U. S. Army, on duty at medical supply depot, Puerto Principe, Cuba; Sergeant Henry K. Wheeler, 8th U. S. Cavalry, on duty as clerk in office of Adjutant General, Department of Puerto Principe; Sergeant Otto W. Seffers, 2d U. S. Artillery, on duty in office of Chief Quartermaster, Department of Havana; Corporal Theodore Schwarz, 15th U. S. Infantry, on duty as clerk in office of Adjutant General, Department of Puerto Principe; Private Robert J. Boylan, 8th U. S. Cavalry, on duty as clerk in office of Adjutant General, Department of Puerto Principe;

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Private Benjamin Eldred, 8th U. S. Cavalry, on duty as orderly to Commanding General, Department of Puerto Principe; Private Thomas C. Smith, 15th U. S. Infantry, on duty as orderly to Commanding General, Department of Puerto Principe. 4. First Lieutenant Ambrose Higgins, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is hereby assigned to duty as Acting Signal Officer, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, in addition to his present duties, relieving Lieutenant L. D. Wildman, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps. 5. Under authority of paragraph 1,. General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the followingnamed enlisted men of the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty in the telegraph office at Santiago de Cuba, from and including May 10, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Sergeant William Niemeyer, Corporal William Liebenrood. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Hospital Steward Harry T. Brown, U. S. Army, now on duty as clerk in the office of the Chief Surgeon, Department of Puerto Principe, from and including May 13, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 7. The journeys performed by Major Paid Clendenin, Chief Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, from Quemados de Marianao to Havana, Cuba, and return on April 7, 8, 10, 13, 15 and 18, 1899, attending the meetings of a board of officers to examine candidates for promotion in the regular army, are approved as necessary for the public service. 8. The Commanding General, Department of Havana, will take charge of James Vrooman, a convalescent patient in U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, supposed to be George 1. Long a deserter from company G, 1st U. S. Infantry,

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and send him, under proper guard, to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, to be turned over to the commanding officer, 1st U. S. Infantry, for identification and trial. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The Subsistence Department will provide prisoner and guard travel rations for one (1) day. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 84. f Havana, May 31, 1899. 1. Pending action on his resignation, 2d Lieutenant Hugh R. Miller, 10th U. S. Infantry, is hereby granted leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to leave the limits of this Division. 2. Acting Assistant Surgeon John F. Dunshie, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 29, Special Orders No. 113, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, and will report to the Commanding General of that department, at Quemados, Cuba, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men of the 1st U. S. Infantry, now on duty as clerks at Headquarters, District of Pinar del Rio, from and including the date set opposite their respective names, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Battalion Sergeant Major Clarence E. Nichols, from May 9, 1899; Private Harry .Wilson, from May 9, 1899; Private Howard White, from May 16, 1899. 4. Paragraph 8, Special Orders No. 79, current series, these headquarters, is so modified as to direct Acting Assistant Surgeon James F. Archer, U. S. Army, to report to the commanding officer, Ciego de Avila, Cuba, for duty at that post, and by letter to the Commanding General, Department of Puerto Principe. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, the following-named enlisted men of the

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Signal Corps, U. S. Army, will report for duty to the officer indicated in each case, to wit: Private T. A. Gerth, to Lieutenant H. W. Stamford, U. S. Volunteers, Disbursing Officer, Havana, from May 15, 1299; Private Carl V. Snow, to Lieutenant TW. 1. Tolbott, Signal Oficer in charge of telegraph office, havana, from May 29, 1899; Private John Young, to Lieutenant Charles S. Wallace, Signal Officer, U. S. Volunteers, Havana, from May 31, 1899. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per room per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of these soldiers from and including the date set opposite their respective names, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at therate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Post Quartermaster Sergeant Henry N. Clarke, U. S. Army, on duty at Guantanamo, Cuba, from and including January 1 to February 28, 1899, during which time he subsisted himself at his own expense, it having been impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 7. The resignation of Mr. Frederick D. Oviatt, civilian clerk at these headquarters, having been accepted, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish him transportation from this city to Chicago, Illinois. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Acting Assistant Surgeon D. L. Taylor, U. S. Army. 9. Colonel Duncan K Hood, 2d U. S. Volunteer Infantry, reported as convalescent from U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, will proceed from this city to Camp Meade, Pennsylvania, via New York City, rejoining his regiment upon arrival thereat. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.

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10. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the followingnamed enlisted men of the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty in connection with the telephone service at Quemados, Cuba, from and including June 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Private Edward Carson, Private Willian T. Williams, Private Michael Gorman. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 85. Havana, June 2, 1899. 1. First Lieutenant Albert E. Truby, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of Havana and is assigned to the U. S. hospital ship "Terry. 2. Subject to the approval of the Secretary of War, 1st Lieutenant Albert E. Truby, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, is appointed Acting Assistant Quartermaster and Acting Commissary of Subsistence on the U. S. hospital ship "Terry." He will report to Captain Alexander N. Stark, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, on board the "Terry," for duty. 3. A board of survey, to consist of: Major Robert H. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers; Captain James T. Dean, 10th U. S. Infantry, aide de camp; Lieutenant Matthew C. Butler, Jr., 7th U. S. Cavalry; is appointed to meet at the office of the Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division, at 10 o'clock a. m., Friday, June 9, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for a shortage in certain subsistence stores found upon opening original packages in the sales room, No. 223 Carlos III Street, Havana, Cuba, and for which Major A. L. Smith, Commissary of Subsistence, Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division, is responsible. 4. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Post Quartermaster Sergeant C. G. Colesworthy, on duty at Cienfuegos, Cuba, from and including May 29, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 5. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No.

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86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private John B. Caffrey, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is detailed Acting Hospital Steward, to date from May 24, 1899, and will report to the Chief Surgeon, Department of Puerto Principe, for duty. 6. Major John R. Lynch, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, is assigned to make the payment of troops in the Province of Santa Clara, and troops detached at Ciego de Avila, on muster of May 31, 1899. Commanding officers will provide the necessary escorts, upon the request of Major Lynch. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and, when practicable, will ship by express the funds required for this payment, together with chests and field safes necessary for their safe keeping.. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Paragraph 5, Special Orders No. 78, current series, these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 8. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Ist Class Sergeant Max Pollner, Signal Corps, U. S.. Army, now on duty at Santiago de Cuba, from and including May 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. The Quartermaster's Department will provide quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. 9. Acting Assistant Surgeon W. WT. Calhoun, U. S. Army, two (2) female nurses and ten (10) privates of the Hospital Corps, now on duty at U. S. Military Hospital No.. 1,, Havana, Cuba, to be selected by the commanding officer thereof, will proceed on Wednesday, June 7, 1899, via U. S. Hospital Ship "Terry'' to Nuevitas, thence by rail to Puerto Principe, Cuba, reporting upon arrival at that point to the Commanding General, Department of Puerto Principe, .for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and the Subsistence Department suitable rations. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. Eight (8) privates of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army,

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now on duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, to be selected by the commanding officer thereof, will report to the coramanding officer, U. S. Hospital Ship '-Terry," now in the harbor of Havana, Cuba, for duty. BY COMMAND Or MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 86. Havana, June 5, 1899. 1. Acting Assistant Surgeon Robert TV. Gailer, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 22, Special Orders No. 103, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will proceed to Puerto Principe, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General of that department, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Hospital Steward Patrick l cGloin, U. S. Army, having completed the duties assigned him in assisting to close the returns of the medical supply depot, Havana, Cuba, will proceed to New York City, New York, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding Officer, U. S. Hospital Ship "Missouri,'' for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 3. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Private Edward P. Eisenbrey, 5th U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the commanding officer, U. S. general hospital, Santiago de Cuba, for duty. 4. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Frank Dobbratz, troop A, 7th U. S. Cavalry, now on duty as mail orderly at headquarters, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, Quemados, Cuba, from and including June 4, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 5. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute (le rations of Private Frank Pusher, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry, for five (5) days, (May 1, 2, 11, 12 and 13, 1899) during which time he was detailed on special duty in charge of public animals at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents

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($1.50) per day, it having been impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 6. Major Herbert M. Lord, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, will take station in Havana, Cuba, to date from June 3, 1899. 7. The journeys performed by Major John B. Lynch, Additional Paymaster, IT. S. Volunteers, from Puerto Principe to Ciego de Avila, thence to Havana, Cuba, via Cienfuegos, between May 20. and 28, 1899, are confirmed as necessary for the public service. 8. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Commissary Sergeant Ialdemar X. Erichsen, 2d U. S. Cavalry, now on special duty at Santa Clara, Cuba, from and including May 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 9. Corporal Joseph T. Dawrsey, company G. 1st U. S. Infantry, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, reported as convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to his company commander, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 10. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the following named enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, are hereby discharged the service of the United States, to wit: CAMP EGBERT, PINAR DEL RIO, CUBA. Private Frank I. Cowan, Private Patrick Hennessy, Private Eduard J. Reade, Private EdWvard Piening, Private Tillican Mason, Private Alfred B. Cuts, Private James Payne, Private Le Roy A. Whit, Private Javid Thowas, Private Jon A. Tierney.

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CAMP COLUMBIA, QUEMADOS, CUEA. Private Michael J. Loftvs, Private John P. Hogan. These soldiers are entitled to travel pay. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 87. Havana, June 7, 1899. 1. Captain William .Quinton, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 50, Special Orders No. 105, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, and will report to the Commanding General of that department, at Quemados, Cuba, for station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Captain James B. Hickey, 8th U; S. Cavalry, will report to Major Herbert 31. Lord, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, Havana, Cuba, for the purpose of assisting in the payment of the Cuban Army. Major Lord will turn over to Captain Hickey such funds as may be necessary to enable him to pay the Fourth Army Corps. 3. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of 1st Class Private John Ferguson, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty at Sagua de Txnamo, Cuba, from and including May 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 4. Private Jacob C. Sullivan, troop K, 7th U. S. Cavalry, is hereby relieved from, and Private Sidney TV Edwards, same troop and regiment, detailed on, special duty at headquarters, Department of Havana. The first mentioned soldier will report to his troop commander, and the latter to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for dity. 5. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Albert E. Teeter, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now on ditty in the office of the Chief Surgeon, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, Quemados, Cuba, from and including June 5, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents

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($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men, now on duty as indicated opposite their respective names, from and including. June 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Sergeant George E. Schultz, company G, 15th U. S. Infantry, headquarters, Department of Puerto Principe; Corporal Olaf J. Madsen, troop H, 8th U. S. Cavalry, clerk in the office of the Acting Judge Advocate, Department of Puerto Principe. 7. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Herman Morgner, company E, 8th U. S. Infantry, from May 12 to 27, 1899, both dates inclusive, during which period he was on duty as clerk to Lieutenant Lawrence h. Simonds, 8th Infantry, U. S. Army, in pursuance of paragraph 4, Special Orders No. 67, current series, these headquarters, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 8. Upon completion of the work on which lie is now engaged, 1st Lieutenant Sidney S. Jordan, 2d U. S. Artillery, is relieved from duty in the Department of Havana. and will report to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, at Quemados, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private William McIntyre, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby discharged the service of the United States. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. 10. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Leonard TV. Weigand, troop F, 8th U. S. Cavalry, now on duty as clerk at headquarters, Department of Puerto Prin-

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cipe, from and including June 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOIKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFrIc1AIL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 88. Havana, Jnie 8, 1899. 1. Under the provisions of Circular No. 1, Surgeon General's Office, dated Washington, D. C., May 8, 1897, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish Sergeant John Kelly, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry, transportation from this city to Hot Springs, Arkansas, via New York City, to enable him to enter the Army and Navy General Hospital at that point. Sergeant Kelly will be provided with an official telegram, to be dispatched by him from St. Louis, Missouri, notifying the commanding officer of the hospital of the time the train leaves that station, in order that transportation may meet the soldier on his arrival at Hot Springs. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Kelly, at the prescribed rate, for the necessary number of days involved in the land travel. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Major ,i biel L. Snith, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Army, Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division, will proceed to Cienfuegos, Remedios, Placetas and Sagua la Grande, Cuba, to inspect matters pertaining to his department at those points. Upon completion of this duty, he will rejoin his proper station, Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Major George T Bartlett, Chief Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, is hereby relieved from further duty in this Division, and will comply with the provisions of paragraph 47, Special Orders No. 87, current series, Headquarters of the Army. 4. Captain Echoarcd C. McDowell, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, is hereby believed from duty in the Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, and will proceed to Havana, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Chief Quartermaster of the Division, for assignment as Quartermaster and Acting Commissary of Subsistence on the transport "Terry.' The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. In compliance with telegraphic instructions of the Secretary of War, the following-named officers are hereby relieved from further duty in this Division, to wit:

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Major Edgar B. Robertson, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunters; Major Haldimn vid P. Young, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers. These officers will proceed to New York City, New York, and upon arrival thereat Major Robertson will report by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army, and Major Young by letter to the Quartermaster General of the Army. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Wil/iam Goerick, company G, 15th U. S. Infantry, now on duty at headquarters, Department of Puerto Principe, from and including June 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 7. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to apply to the Adjutant General of the Army for an extension of two (2) months and to visit the United States, is hereby gated 1st Lieutenant John P. Seyburn, 8th U. S. Infantry. 8. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Michael Doyle, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby discharged the service of the United States. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. 9. A board of survey, to consist of: Captain ilfedorem Cranford, 2d U. S. Artillery; Captain Orwond M. Lissak, Chief Ordnance Ofilcer; First Lieutenant Matthew C. Butler, Jr., 7th U. S. Cavalry; is appointed to meet at San Jose Wharf, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. in., Monday, June 12, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for the damaged and unfit condition of six hundred and six (606) bales of hay unloaded from the transport "Crook" June 5, 1899, consigned to Major Ciauncey B. Baker, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, and for which he is responsible. 10. The journeys indicated below, having been perform-

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ed by Major Noble H. Cireager, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, in charge of construction at Pinar del Rio and Guanajay, Cuba, are confirmed as necessary for the public service, to wit: May 2 to 5, 1899, Pinar del Rio to Havana, thence to Guanajay, thence to Pinar del Rio, Cuba; May 11 to 14, 1899, Pinar del Rio to Guanajay, thence to Havana, thence to Guanajay, thence to Pinar del Rio, Cuba; May 1.8 to 20, 1899, Pinar del Rio to Guanajay, thence to Havana, thence to Guanajay, thence to Pinar del Rio, Cuba. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, A(djutant General. OFic AL: F1ni Iiiel.tat l( a0 It h tfa tr y, A ide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, I HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 89. Havana, June 9, 1899. 1. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, 2d Lieutenant James B. McLaughlin, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now in this city, will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Signal Officer of that department, for duty in connection with the telegraph service. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. A board of officers, to consist of: Lieutenant Colonel William M. Black, Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army; Captain John Stafford, 8th U. S. Infantry; Captain Edwin St. John Greble, 2d U.-S. Artillery; is appointed to meet at Camp Columbia, Cuba, at 1.0 o'clock a. m., Monday, June 12, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, for the purpose of examining the sewer now laid through that camp with reference to its grades and connections in order to ascertain whether it is practicable to use it when properly coupled up, taking into consideration the probable amount of the water supply. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Captain Samuel Reber, Signal Officer, U. S. Volunteers, Acting Superintendent of telegraph lines on the Island of Cuba, will, without delay, make a personal inspection of the main line and relay stations from Sancti Spiritus to Holguin, and such other inspections as he may deem necessary in the Provinces of Puerto Principe and Santiago. He will make a detailed report of his inspection, showing character of existing lines, when and how built, their present condition and recommendations as to their needs, together with an estimate as to the cost of same. Department and Post Commanders will give Captain Reber such assistance as he may require to enable him to carry out the provisions of this order. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Acting Hospital Steward John S. Dean, U. S. Army, now on detached

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service under Major J. H. Hysell, Inspector of Charities and Corrections, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, at Cienfuegos, Cuba, from and including May 5, 1899, and whiejrigaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of s dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per da3y, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. te Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quiM-tbrs for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($1200) dollars per month. rfOIh9)OlLo 5. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, 0gp1 series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Thomas F. McCauley, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby discharged the service of the United States. iohi jiierntitled to travel pay. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current sqitdpf~ltdqnarters of the Army, the Subsistence#ikdt'iheit1lP8ornmmute the rations of the following nip >9ifsd 00MSignal Corps, U. S. Army, now orni ty e tidams It %from and including the date se p4 t t4 'fe Jc1 # t aNiames, and while engaged in thqehitAAoIM6 'a ti 6ptr, the rate of one dollar and fifkyS4amith q4O%4'.)di% At having been and being in@i ac iid t'fitJ v'difo-ikkA& s bsistence in any other way, to wit: .i(qUa 'stnw .991WLa oifdrg slt s'm ma rsrr er-. Sergeant Thomas E. Boyer, from Jnne 4, 1899; o brnalI 9.1t rio eariJ dLr IPJIO4 lto tai 1 Ro'BkntmtU tA pnish suitable q't'rtlicthiggecnh 'aoi;4 pg e6ej ring twelve ( A'> 3rf slr}3 ilr t??rk3' l drlo Io: ra 7.. 9 s%%% >I8,0 alf. 6177, curr(WW 1s d (gg 144.4 ftRoP & tsgU41t W. >n4rl "n9n o1 TI i)f anon. tffiOr Joo-1) rtoilibnoo .9mJTCC lo aco offt of a striMitsa nf rji! eroi s AotuyqidoIdtthty ihtZpiil 'lCy 4CUgc o~tA tio;o o reporting upon arrival Iiy itigtiw tykyQ aitvdp o DepacAwmatokf1Wp nkzlam4~ &lbg&ieluedyr 4 OIT The tr vel enjoined is necessary for the public service. oT/I -a9 0 11Jzas D I kmaq lo y iroiltm3 nrjir-J -:a'ttutvie sl ntoht 'L' in3 stf ocd1Is L tt5gt1y n.nSilitarnHonpalN rit it em rn ignme U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, for assignment.

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10. Acting Assistant Surgeon F. Medina Ferrer, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for assignment. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 90. Havana, June 13, 1899. 1. Major George G. Arthur, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 2, Special Orders No. 76, current series, Headquarters Division of Cuba, will proceed to San Juan, Porto Rico, via New York City, there being no communication between Havana and Porto Rico in less than thirty days, in accordance with paragraph 42, Special Orders No. 126, current series, Headquarters of the Army, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General of that department, for assignment to duty. He will be accompanied by his authorized clerk. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the following named enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, are hereby discharged the service of the United States, to wit: Private Robert BiLschof, Private IWilliamn Brown, Private Ed/card De La Rue, Private -illiam 31. Goodyear, Private Joseph Horahan, Private Ole Olson, Private Robert Seras, Private John Wheimer. These soldiers are entitled to travel pay. 3. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Major Charles A. P. Hatfield, 8th U. S. Cavalry, now in this city, will proceed to Washington, D. C., to undergo medical treatment for Inguinal Hernia. Upon arrival in Washington, Major Hatfield will report to the Surgeon-General of the Army for instructions as to the place and time for treatment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Major Robert .Rolfe, U. S. Volunteers, Inspector General of the Division, and Major Ddmaso T. Laint,Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, will proceed to Santiago de las Vegas, Cuba, and carry out the verbal instructions of the Division Commander. Upon completion of this duty, they will rejoin their proper station, Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.

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5. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Commissary Sergeant Arthur G. TWood. U. S. Army, now on duty at Sagua la Grande, Cuba, from and including June 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. 6. A board of officers, to consist of: Captain Guy C. M. Godfrey, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army; First Lieutenant Leigh A. Fuller, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army; First Lieutenant Carl R. Darnall, Assistant Snrgeon, U. S. Army; is hereby appointed to meet at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, at ten o'clock a. in., Friday, June 16, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, for the purpose of examining Private James C. Gunn, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, as to his qualifications and fitness for detail as acting hospital steward. The board will be governed by regulations prescribed by, and render its report to, the Chief Surgeon of the Division. 7. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Sergeant James Richards, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival threat to the Signal Officer of that department, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Richards, while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 8. Acting Assistant Surgeon M. Edson Apple, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 24, Special Orders No. 128, current series, Head-

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quarters of the Army, is assigned to the Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, and will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General of that department, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. Acting Assistant Surgeon Daniel C. Cooney, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 45, Special Orders No. 131, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to the Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, and will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General of that department, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, 1st Class Sergeant R. P. Turner, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, will take station in Havana, Cuba, reporting to Lieutenant Charles S. Wallace, Acting Property Officer, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Turner, from and including June 12, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjulant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 91. Havana, June 15, 1899. 1. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, 1st Class Sergeant rank P. Turner, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty in this city, will proceed to Guanajay and such other points in the Provinces of Havana and Pinar del Rio as may be necessary for the purpose of repairing telegraph lines, upon completion of which duty, he will return to his proper station, Havana, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 2. Under authority of the Secretary of War, and upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Private John E. Dowling, 10th U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the Signal Officer, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, at Matanzas, Cuba, for assignment to duty. 3. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Private Fred H. Going, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to Captain Edward B. Ives, Signal Officer, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Going, while engaged in the performance of the duty assigned him, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 4. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Frederick H. Everson, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby discharged the service of the United States. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. 5. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Acting Hospital Steward Charles .Babst, U. S. Army, now on duty at post hospital, Camp Columbia, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for assignment to duty at Eancti Spiritus.

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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 6. The journeys performed by Major Edward 1. Hayes, 7th U. S. Cavalry, from Quemados to Havana, Cuba, and return to Quemados, on May 22, 24, 25, 27 and 31 and June 3, 5 and 7, 1899, attending the board of officers convened for the purpose of examining candidates for appointment to the regular army, are approved as necessary for the public service. 7. So much of the sentence relating to the forfeiture of pay as remained unexecuted on June 1, 1899, in the case of Private Denis Burke, company F, 8th U. S. Infantry, published in paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 36, series of 1898, Headquarters, Department of Porto Rico, is hereby remitted. 8. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Liewellyn C. Brown. Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby discharged the service of the United States. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. 9. The telegraphic instructions directing Colonel Eduvard iJ1oale, 15th U. S. Infantry, to proceed from Puerto Principe to Havana, Cuba, on duty in connection with the payment of the Cuban Army, are confirmed as necessary for the public service. 10. Colonel William H. Bisbee, 13th U. S. Infantry, is hereby relieved from further duty in this Division and will proceed to New York City, New York, reporting upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army, for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERs, HEADQUARTERS DIvISiON OF CitA, No. 92. Havana, Jne 16, 1899. 1. Colonel Edward Houle, 15th U. S. Infantry, having reported in compliance with telegraphic instructions from these headquarters, will proceed on U. S. transport "Ingalls" from Havana to Nuevitas; thence to Jncaro; thence to Manzanillo; thence to Santiago; thence to Cuantnamo; thence to Earacoa; thence to Mayari; thence to Gibara; thence back to Havana, Cuba, on duty in charge of the payment of the Cuban Army. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. There being no direct steamship communication between this port and Porto Rico, Private J. H. ifackivson, 5th U. S. Cavalry, will proceed on the transport ''Buford' from Havana, Cuba, to New York City, New York, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the East, for orders. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and the Subsistence Department will furnish this soldier suitable rations during the voyage. 3. A board of survey, to consist of: Captain Edward N. Jonaes, Jr., 8th U. S. Infantry; Captain Charles Gerhardt, 8th U. S. Infantry; First Lieutenant Joseph E. Janda, 8th U. S. Infantry; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., Monday, June 19, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for a shortage in the shipment of quartermaster's stores, shipped by Captain A be S. Bickham, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Albany, Georgia, to the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, on bill of lading No. 36, invoice dated February 21, 1899, and for which Major Chauncey B. Baker, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, is responsible. 4. Acting Hospital Steward George 1. Ewing, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in the office of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, and will proceed from this city to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Com-

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manding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for assignment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 5. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to apply to the Adjutant General of the Army for an extension of one (1) month and to visit the United States, is hereby granted Captain James Baylies, 10th U. S. Infantry. 6. Private R. TV. Devine, 16th company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is assigned for rations and quarters to the 8th U. S. Infantry, pending reception of his discharge papers from Washington, D. C. 7. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Robert Bandes, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby discharged the service of the United States. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. 8. A board of survey, to consist of: Major Robert H. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers; Captain James T. Dean, 10th U. S. Infantry, aide de camp; Lieutenant Matthew C. Butler, Jr., 7th U. S. Cavalry; is appointed to meet at these headquarters at 10 o'clock a. m., Thursday, June 22, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for the loss of two (2) field glasses, cases and straps, invoiced by Major Chauncey B. Baker, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster, Havana, to Captain Elias Chandler, 1st U. S. Infantry, Collector of Customs at Isabela de Sagua, Cuba, on April 3, 1899, and for which 2d Lieutenant Charles .lWallace, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is responsible. 9. Major Robert H. Rolfe, U. S. Volunteers, Inspector General of the Division, will proceed at once to Nuevitas, Cuba, and bring to these headquarters from the ship "Ingalls,'' two hundred and forty thousand. ($240,000.00) dollars of the fund for payment of the Cuban soldiers. Major Rolfe will apply to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for a detail of one (1) non-commi sioned officer and seven (7) men to guard these funds en route. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.

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10. Under authority of the Secretary of War and upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Private Willard S. Kelly, battery C, 2d U. S. Artillery, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the Signal Officer, Department of Havana, for duty. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPEcIAL ORDERS, H LiEADQUARTERS DiVISION OF CUBA, No. 93. Havana, Jane 19, 1899. 1. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to apply to the Adjutant General of the Army for an extension of one (1) month and to visit the United States, is hereby granted Captain D. C. Pearson, 2d. U. S. Cavalry. 2. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, headquarters of the Army, the following named enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, I. S. Army, are hereby discharged the service of the United States, to wit: Private Robert Hargrare, Private James P. Stickle. These soldiers are entitled to travel pay. 3. Recruit Charles 11. Miller, 1st U. S. Infantry, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, IHavana, having been reported as convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to his regimental commander, for assignment. 'he Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The time to be consumed in transit by this soldier being less than twenty four (24) hours, the attention of the commanding officer of the hospital is invited to Circular No. 26, current series, Headquarters of the Army. 4. Corporal John O'Donnell, company L, 15th U. S. Infantry, in charge of Private George If. lWoodvard of company 1, same regiment, an insane soldier, having reported at these headquarters en route to Washington, D. C., where the latter named soldier is to be admitted into the asylum for the insane at that point, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish them the necessary transportation from this city to Washington, D. C. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of these soldiers in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. The travel enjoined is necessary foi the public service. 5. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Lieutenant Charles B. Rogan, Jr., U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now at Santa Clara, will proceed to Ciego de Avila, Cuba, and take station at that point.

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Upon arrival thereat Lieutenant Rogan will report to Captain Samuel Reber, Signal Officer, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, by telegraph for further instructions. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. The journeys performed by Colonel William H. Bisbee, 13th U. S. Infantry, (then Lieutenant Colonel, 1st U. S. Infantry) from Pinar del Rio to Havana, Cuba, and return to Pinar del Rio, between May 6 and June 3, 1899, on business connected with the payment of the Cuban Army, are confirmed as necessary for the public service. During his detention at these headquarters on the duty ordered, Colonel Bisbee will take station at Havana, Cuba. 7. Under authority of the Secretary of War and upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, the following-named enlisted men are hereby transferred to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, to wit: Cook Benjamin A. Flock, company F, 2d U. S. Infantry; Private David D. Hoyle, company K, 5th U. S. Infantry. Cook flock will report to the surgeon at Sagua la Grande, Cuba, for duty at that point, and Private Hoyle to the Chief Surgeon, Department of Santiago, for assignment to the general hospital at that point. 8. A board of survey, to consist of: Captain Ephraim T. C. Richmond, 2d U. S. Artillery; Captain Lotus Niles, 2d U. S. Artillery; Lieutenant Eljah B. Marlindale, Jr., 2d U. S. Artillery; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Commissary of Subsistence, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., Saturday, June 24, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for the damaged condition of a quantity of Twin Brothers Yeast and other subsistence stores unfit for issue on hand at that depot, and for which Captain P. C. Demting, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, is responsible. 9. The journeys performed by Major G. i. Logan, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, from Quemados to Havana, Cuba, and return, on April 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 19, 1899, in complying with the provisions of paragraph 14, Special Orders No. 44, current series, these headquarters, are approved as necessary for the public service. 10. Acting Assistant Surgeon Francisco Pell Daris, U. S.

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Army, now in this city, will proceed without delay to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of Santiago, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. Br COMMAND OF MlfAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERs, 1 HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 94. Havana, June 21, 1899. 1. Captain James T. Dean, 10th U. S. Infantry, aide de camp, is appointed a special inspector under paragraph 878, Army Regulations, and will proceed to Regla, Cuba, for the purpose of inspecting certain subsistence stores which have been acted upon by a board of survey and are now in the storerooms at that point. Upon the completion of this duty, Captain Dean will return to his proper station, Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Commissary Sergeant John Brown, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed to Placetas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the commanding officer at that post for temporary duty. Sergeant Brown will be relieved by the commanding officer at Placetas from duty at that point in order to return to his proper station, Havana, Cuba, upon the arrival of the commissary sergeant ordered to Placetas by the Commissary General of Subsistence of the Army. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of 1st Class Private Thomas Il. Gordon, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty as telegraph operator at Santiago de Cuba, from and including March 10, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 4. First Lieutenant Edward J. Timberlake, Jr., 2d U. S. Artillery, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of Havana and will proceed to Camp Columbia, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment to duty with Light Battery F of his regiment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Under authority of the Secretary of War and upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Privates Vernon L. Haff and Joseph 111. C(rden, company I, 5th U. S. Infantry, are hereby transferred to the hospital

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Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the surgeon at Guantanamo, Cuba, for duty. 6. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, 1st Class Sergeant Harry P. Jordan and Privates Scott Brown and Alexander S. Hooe, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed to Puerto Principe, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Signal Officer of that department, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide suitable quarters at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per room per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of these soldiers, while engaged in the performance of the duty to which they may be assigned, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 7. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, 1st Class Private John T. Sullivan, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, will report to Lieutenant Charles S. Wallace, Property Officer, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Havana, Cuba, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters at a rental not exceeding ($12.00) dollars per month, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier, while engaged in the performance of the duty to which he may be assigned, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 8. First Lieutenant Joseph .Janda, 8th U. S. Infantry, is relieved from duty on the board of survey convened by paragraph 3, Special Orders No. 92, current series, these headquarters, and Lieutenant James R. Lindsay, same regiment, is hereby detailed in his stead. 9. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, 1st Class Private Ethan Allen, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Signal Officer, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier, while engaged in the performance of the duty to which he may be assigned, at

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the rate of one dollar and -fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 10. Under authority of the Secretary of War and upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Private Michael Williner, company H, 5th U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the surgeon at Guantanamo, Cuba, for duty. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BRooKcE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 95. 5 Havana, June 23, 1899. 1. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private John S. St. John, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby discharged the service of the United States. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. 2. Lieutenant R. 0. Rickard, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 34, Special Orders No. 119, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to duty at Santa Clara, Cuba, and will take station at that point. 3. By direction of the Secretary of War, Second Lieutenants Edward i. Perkins and Henry S. Tagiter, 8th U. S. Infantry, will report by letter to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for his instructions as to the time and place they will appear before a board of officers convened to examine them as to their fitness for promotion. 4. By direction of the Secretary of War, First Lieutenant Francis E. Lacey, Jr., 1st U. S. Infantry, will report by letter to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for his instructions as to the time and place he will appear before a board of officers convened to examine him as to his fitness for promotion. 5. By direction of the Secretary of War, Captain Thomas 3I. Woodruffrand First Lieutenant James E. Normioyle, 5th U. S. Infantry, will report by letter to the Commanding General, Department of Santiago, for his instructions as to the time and place they will appear before a board of officers convened to examine them as to their fitness for promotion. 6. By direction of the Secretary of War, the following named officers will report by letter to the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for his instructions as to the time and place they will appear before a board of officers convened to examine them as to their fitness for promotion, to wit: First Lieutenant Samuel Burkhardt, Jr., 10th U. S. Infantry; Second Lieutenant George De G. Catlin, 10th U. S. Infantry; Second Lieutenant Benjamin ii. lVnkins, 2d U. S. Infantry.

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7. Captain Edmund Wittenmeyer, 10th U. S. Infantry, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 4, Special Orders No. 126, current series, Headquarters Department of the East, will proceed to Puerto Principe and turn over the property for which he is responsible, upon completion of which he will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to his regimental commander for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. By direction of the Secretary of War, Second Lieutenant James T. Watson, U. S. Army, late private, troop E, 7th U. S. Cavalry, is assigned to the 2d U. S. Infantry. He will be discharged from the 7th U. S. Cavalry to date June 16, 1899, and will proceed to join his regiment at Cienfuegos, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. The telegraphic instructions from these headquarters under date of June 16, 1899, directing Major Frank H. Edmunds, 1st U. S. Infantry, to proceed from Pinar del Rio to Guanajay, Cuba, in order to relieve Colonel William H. Bisbee, 13th U. S. Infantry, of his duties in charge of the payment of the 6th Corps, Cuban Army, are confirmed as necessary for the public service. 10. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to apply to the Adjutant General of the Army for an extension of one (1) month and to visit the United States, is hereby granted Captain A. D. Schenck, 2d U. S. Artillery. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERs, } HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 96. J Havana, June 26, 1899. 1. Major James W. Dawes, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 23, Special Orders No. 128, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will take station at Havana, Cuba, to date from June 21, 1899. 2. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Acting Hospital Steward George F. Ewing, U. S. Army, now on duty in the office of the Chief Surgeon, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, at Matanzas, Cuba, from and including June 21, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 3. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Chief Musician Charles Lamar, 2d U. S. Artillery, will proceed to Fort Mellenry, Maryland, to recruit for the band of his regiment. Having secured the necessary number of recruits, or as many as lie can get, Chief Musician Lamar will report to the commanding officer at Fort McHenry for the necessary orders for transportation for himself and recruits to Havana, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department wil commute the rations of Chief Musician Lamar in advance, at the prescribed rate, for the requisite number of days. 4. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to apply to the Adjutant General of the Army for an extension of one (1) month and to visit the United States, is hereby granted 1st Lieutenant James R. Lindsay, 8th U. S. Infantry. 5. Major Fradklin A. Meacham, Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, now in this city, will proceed to Guanajay, Cuba, for the purpose of making an examination of and report upon the quality of the water in the well from which it is proposed to furnish water for the use of the troops stationed at that point. Upon completion of this duty, Major Meacham will return to his proper station, Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.

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6. A board of survey, to consist of: Captain James T. Dean, 10th U. S. Infantry, aide de camp; Captain Frederick i. Page, Porto Rico Battalion; Lieutenant Matthew C. Butler, Jr., 7th U. S. Cavalry; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., Friday, June 30, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for a shortage of one (1) ash barrel, invoiced by Lieutenant Colonel C. R. Barnett, Deputy Quartermaster General, U. S. Army, Jeffersonville, Indiana, per steamer "Mascotte," to Major Chauncey B. Baker, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, and for which he is responsible. 7. Acting Assistant Surgeon Meyer Herman, U. S. Army, is relieved from further duty in the Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, and will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General of that department, for assignment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted 2d Lieutenant Michael J. McDonough, 2d U. S. Artillery. 9. Acting Assistant Surgeon Leoncio Junco, U. S. Army, is assigned to the Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara and will report to the Commanding General of that department, for duty. 10. The following-named military prisoners, now in confinement in the Department of Havana, will be sent under a guard consisting of one (1) officer, two (2) noncommissioned officers and six (6) privates, to be selected by the Commanding General, Department of Havana, on a U. S. transport to Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, where they will be turned over to the commanding officer thereat for confinement, to serve out their respective sentences. The papers called for by General Orders No. 35, current series, these headquarters, will be taken by the officer in command of the guard and turned over with the prisoners. Upon completion of this duty, the guard will return to its proper station, Havana, Cuba. George A. Lough, late troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry; John Bogardus, late battery G, 2d U. S. Artillery;

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Charles R. Fowler, late battery L, 2d U. S. Artillery; John H. Andrews, late company B, 8th U. S. Infantry; Bernard J. C. Sharp, late company F, 8th U. S. Infantry; James McGuire, late company F, 8th U. S. Infantry; TWillinam W. French, late company G, 8th U. S. Infantry; Lawrence J. Coleman, late company D, 1st U. S. Infantry; James McHenry, late company E, 1st U. S. Infantry; Talter Cummings, late company K, 1st U. S. Infantry; Frank Brown, late company A, 1st U. S. Infantry; Thomas Shefin, late company L, 1st U. S. Infantry; John Adams, late company K, 1st U. S. Infantry. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, the Subsistence Department suitable rations for the requisite number of days, and the Medical Department proper medical attendance and supplies. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, } HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 97. Havana, June 27, 1899. 1. Paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 85, current series, these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 2. Contract Nurses Anna Tnner and Carrie .Roach, are hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 2 and the Yellow Fever Hospital, Havana, respectively, and will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Chief Surgeon of that department, for assignment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. These nurses will be reimbursed their actual traveling expenses not exceeding two ($2.00) dollars each per day, during the period involved in complying with this order. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. The resignation of Mr. Alter 0. Gilbert, clerk at Headquarters, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, having been accepted, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish him the necessary transportation from Havana, Cuba, to his home, New York City. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Richard K Kanffinai, troop H, 8th U. S. Cavalry, now on duty as clerk at Headquarters, Department of Puerto Principe, from and including June 21, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 5. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, 1st Class Sergeant Peter Bartsch and Private John .Dowling, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, will take station at Matanzas, Cuba, reporting to the Signal Officer, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Sergeant Bartsch the necessary transportation from this city to Matauzas, and will provide suitable joint quarters for Sergeant Bartsch and Private Dowling at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Bartsch and Private Dowling (the latter to date

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from and including June 15, 1899) while engaged in the performance of the respective duties assigned them, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 6. First Class Sergeant August Schneider, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed to Puerto Principe, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Signal Officer of that department, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Schneider while engaged in the performance of the duty to which he may be assigned, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 7. Acting Assistant Surgeon TV. E. de Salazar, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio and will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General of that department, for assignment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men, on special railroad duty under orders from the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, from and including June 20, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Sergeant Frederick Ti Sparrow, troop I, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Er ry E. Patrick, company C, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private John N. English, company M, 1st U. S. Infantry. 9. Major Iafael F. Echeverrca, Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, now in this city, will proceed to Gnines, Catalina, San Felipe, San Antonio de los Patios, Madruga. San Nicolis, Jaruco and Guanajay, for the purpose of ascertaining the sanitary conditions and amount of destitution in each of the

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places named, and also to visit the Red Cross Hospitals at these points. Upon completion of this duty, Major Echeverria will return to Havana, Caba, reporting fully the result of his inspection, the number of patients in, and the condition of each hospital. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. The journeys performed by Major Robert H. Rolfe, U. S. Volunteers, Inspector General of the Division, from Nuevitas to Puerto Principe, Cuba, and return to Nuevitas June 20 and 21, 1899, under special verbal instructions from the Division Commander, are confirmed as necessary for the public service. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL, BRzooE: W. V. RICHARDS, A c1'aiant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th 1nfa9;try, Aide de Camp. 6

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SPECIAL ORDERS, 1 HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 98. Havana, July 3, 1899. 1. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Frederick A. Tift, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty as clerk in the office of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, from and including June 30, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 2. Major James JV. Dawes, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, is assigned to make payment of troops in the Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, with the exception of those at Trinidad and Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, upon completion of which duty, he will rejoin his proper station in this city. Commanding officers will provide the necessary escorts upon the request of Major Dawes. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and, when practicable, will ship by express the funds required for this payment, together with chests and field safes necessary for their safe keeping. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Paymaster of the Division, the following assignment of paymasters is announced for the payment of troops on muster of June 30, 1899, to wit: Major John R. Lynch, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, the 2d Artillery and 8th Infantry, U. S. Army, and detachments stationed in the city of Havana and vicinity; Major William R. Graham, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, the 7th Cavalry and 1st Infantry, U. S. Army, stationed at Quemados, Cuba, and at various points in the Province of Pinar del Rio. Commanding officers will provide the necessary escorts upon request of the paymasters named. The Quartermaster's Department vill furnish the necessary transportation, and, when practicable, will ship by express the funds required for these payments, together with chests and field safes necessary for their safe keeping. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public serx ice.

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4. Captain Frederick H. Pomeroy, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, now on duty at Manzanillo in charge of the commissary depot at tLh at point, will turn over his supplies to the regimental comm ssary of the 10th U. S. Cavalry stationed there, and will then proceed to this city, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division, for duty in charge of the distribution of Cuban rations. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. First Lieutenant Ernest Fuinds, 2d U. S. Artillery, is relieved from further duty in the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio and will proceed to Havana, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General of that department, for assignment to duty with Battey L of the 2d Artillery, to which he was transferred by paragraph 23, Special Orders No. 137, current series, Headquarters of the Army. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of SergeantMajor S. Seth, 1st U. S. Infantry, for four (4) days, June 13 to 16, 1899, both dates inclusive, during which time he was on special duty as Chief Clerk at Headquarters, District of Pinar del Rio, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 7. Sixteen (16) privates of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, to be selected by the commanding officer at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, will proceed from this city on the U. S. Hospital Ship Terry" to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Chief Surgeon of that department, for assignment to duty. Subsistence will be furnished on the hospital ship. 8. Contract Nurses Isabel Harroun and Mary Buckley are hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, Havana, and will proceed on the U. S. Hospital Ship "Terry" to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Chief Surgeon of that department, for assignment. Suitable quarters and meals will be furnished these nurses by the Quartermaster and Commissary of the ship. 9. Acting Assistant Surgeon Aristides Agramonte, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed on the Hospital Ship "Terry" to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival

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thereat to the Chief Surgeon of that department, for temporary duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. By direction of the Secretary of War, First Lieutenant L. B. Wildman and Second Lieutenant R. 0. Rickard, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, are hereby relieved from further duty in this Division. Lieutenant Wildman will report to the Commanding General, Department of the East, for duty. Lieutenant Rickard will proceed to New York City, New York, and report upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. By COMMA NI OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 99. } avana, July 5, 1899. 1. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private James Fitzgerald, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby discharged the service of the United States. This soldier is not entitled to travel pay. 2. The resignation of Mr. Robert F. Ksimble, civilian clerk at these headquarters, having been accepted, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish him transportation from this city to his home, Washington, D. C., via New York, in accordance with the terms of his appointment. 3. Private John Mc Christal, company F, 1st U. S. Infantry, having reported at these headquarters without means to rejoin his company, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish him transportation from this city to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting cost thereof to the commanding officer, company F, 1st Infantry, in ortler that the same may be charged against the soldier on the next muster and pay roll of his company. 4. The journeys performed by Major George S. Grimes, 2d U. S. Artillery, from Camp Columbia to Havana, Cuba, and return to Camp Columbia, on February 1, April 12, May 9 and June 5, 1899, in coniplying with the instructions contained in paragraph 7, Special Orders No. 15, and paragraph 5, Special Orders No. 52, current series, these headquarters, are confirmed as necessary for the public service. 5. In compliance with the instructions contained in paragraph 23, Special Orders No. 147, current series, Headquarters of the Army, 2d Lieutenant George TV Moses, 3d U. S. Cavalry, (late Major and Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers) accompanied by his authorized clerk, will proceed from Havana, Cuba, to New York City, New York, reporting by telegraph upon arrival thereat to the Adjutant General of the Army, his services being no longer required in connection with the payment of the Cuban Army. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Lieutenant Charles S. Tallace, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, now in this city, will proceed without delay to Puerto Padre, Cuba, in order to carry out the special instructions of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, reporting upon arrival thereat by letter to the Signal Officer, Department of Santiago. Lieutenant Wdallace will take with him

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two (2) saddle hoireS anld q((1uipllents, two (2) four mule teams, as well as escort, wagons, and drivers complete, and the necessary tentage for his party. The teamsters will take with them thirty (30) days rationsand forag ,. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. ihe travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Sergeant Thomw 03. Dawi, signal Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in lie D-partnent of Havana, and will proceed from this city to Puerto Padre, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to Lieu tenantit Chmares p' Wlllace, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, for assigunmen d to station. rThe Quartermaster's Departmnent will furnish the necessary transportation and will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve (12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Davis while engaged in the je rfor-mace of the duty assigned him, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 8. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Captain FJrederick 31 Page, Porto Rican battalion, is assigned to temporary special duty at these headquarters to date from and including May 16, 1899. 9. The journeys performed daily by Lieutenant Leonard D. TVildman, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, (formerly Captain, U. S. Volunteer Signal C rps) from Quemiados to Havana, Cuba, and return to Quemados, M arch 11 to April 5, 1899, both dates inclusive, on duty erecting telephone lines connecting the Various fortifications of Havana, ar10 confirmed as necessary for the public service. 10. Private A. e. Brooks, troop K, 7Th U. S. Cavalry, now in confinement at the Vivae, Havana, will be sent under proper guard to his regiment at Quemados, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary tran sportation. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BiRoouc: W. V. RICHARDS, Aduvtant (eneial. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIvrISION OF CUBA, No. 100. j Havana, July 6, 1899. 1. Private William J. Fitzgerald, troop D, 2d U. S. Cavalry, absent in this city without leave, will be returned under proper guard to his station at Matanzas, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, reporting the cost of that furnished Private Fitzgerald to the commanding officer of his troop, in order that the amount may be charged against the soldier on the next muster and pay roll of his troop. 2. Acting Assistant Surgeon James A. Alexander, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 23, Special Orders No. 131, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to the Department of Havana and will report to the Commanding General of that department, for duty. 3. The following-named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to their respective troop and company commanders, for duty, to wit: Private Mezydlo Zeferyan, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Arthur A. Peters, company B, 1st U. S. Infantry Private William F. Reap, company C, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Walter S. Rumer, company C, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Alfred C. Cramer, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Edward Malone, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private George Bates, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private George P. MeLaughlan, company Ii, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Ferdinand R. Stroetz, company Ii, 1st U. S. Infantry. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 4. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Johnt Fuerstenberg, company H, 15th U. S. Infantry, on duty as clerk at headquarters, Department of Puerto Principe, from

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and including June 30, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per clay, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 5. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Hospital Steward Max Werner, U. S. Army, on duty in the office of the Chief Surgeon, Department of Puerto Principe, from and including June 17, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 6. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Paymaster of the Division, Major T. P. Varney, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, now in this city, will proceed to Puerto Principe, Cuba, for the payment of troops in that department on muster of June 30, 1899, upon the completion of which duty, Major Varney will return to his proper station, Havana, Cuba. Commanding officers will provide the necessary escorts upon the request of Major Varney. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and, when practicable, will ship by express the funds required for this payment, together with chests and field safes necessary for their safe keeping. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. The following named civilian telegraph operators now in this city, will proceed to the points indicated opposite their respective names, reporting upon arrival thereat by letter to the Signal Officer of the department to which assigned, to wit: Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio: Andr's Bellver, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Teodoro La Tovre, Madruga, Cuba. Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara: Ldsaro Navaillas, Sagua la Grande, Cuba; Francisco Azua, Santa Clara, Cuba; Jose Paldo, Cienfuegos, Cuba; Bienvenido Martinez, Sancti Spiritus, Cuba. Department of Puerto Principe: Rafael Veldzquez, Puerto Principe, Cuba; Francisco Escobedo, Puerto Principe, Cuba.

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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. The following named military prisoners, now in confinement in the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, will be sent under guard of two (2) noncommissioned officers and three (3) privates, to be selected by the Commanding General of the department, on a U. S. transport to Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, where they will be turned over to the commanding officer thereat to serve out their respective sentences. All papers called for by General Orders No. 35, current series, these headquarters, will be taken by the non-commissioned officer commanding the guard and turned over with the prisoners. Upon completion of this duty, the guard will return to its proper station, Quemados, Cuba. John Siron, late troop A, 7th U. S. Cavalry; George Schurman, late troop D, 7th U. S. Cavalry; John E Davis, late troop I, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Robert Graham, late troop L, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Tilliam McGrady, late Hospital Corps, U. S. Army; Frank .Gigler, late troop I, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Thomas Rooney, late troop D, 7th U. S. Cavalry; James lMeClernan, late troop K, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Walter J. Glenn, late troop K, 7th U. S. Cavalry. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and subsistence will be furnished on board the transport. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. Captain Frederic H. Pomroy, Assistant Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, now in this city, will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General of that department, for duty as Chief Commissary. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. Second class Private Augustus Gustafson, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Signal Officer, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Gustafson from and including July 1, 1899, and

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while engaged in the performance of the duty to which assigned, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, hEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 101. j Havana, July 10, 1899. 1. So much of paragraph 9, Special Orders No. 93, current series, these headquarters, as relates to Major G. 1 Logan, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, is amended to read Major G. H. Logan. 2. Lieutenant Colonel Edward 1L 1ayes, 4th U. S. Cavalry, is hereby relieved from further duty in this Division and will proceed to New York City, N. Y., reporting by telegraph upon arrival thereat to the Adjutant General of the Army for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Private Philip Farrar, now at Military Hospital No. 1, and Privates James dciae and Willie. I. Logan, hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now at Military Hospital No. 2, Havana, are hereby relieved from duty at their respective present stations, and will proceed to Manzanillo, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the commanding officer at that point, for assignment to duty. The Quarterm:ster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will provide suitable rations for the necessary number of days. 4. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Aaron Freeman, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, on duty in charge of the yellow fever observation station at Santiago de Cuba, from and including June 26, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 5. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Private John, L. Collins, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is detailed as Acting Hospital Steward, U. S. Army, to date from the 6th instant, and assigned to duty in the Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara. 6. Captain John Biddle, Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, Chief Engineer, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, will report at these headquarters for temporary duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant

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Frederick A. lankinson, company F, 8th U. S. Infantry, now on duty in the office of the Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Department of Havana, from and including July 6, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of the duty assigned him, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 8. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Frederick D. Benedict, company K, 15th U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the surgeon at Nuevitas, Cuba, for duty. 9. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private James H. Wells, company M, 2d U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the surgeon at Cienfuegos, Cuba, for assignment to duty. 10. The leave of absence granted Major William F. de Niedman, Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, by the commanding officer at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, for two (2) days, is extended one (1) day to include June 30, 1899. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICiAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 102. Havana, July 12, 1899. 1. Contract Nurse George Cleveland, now in this city, will proceed at once to Manzanillo, Cuba, reporting upon arrival to the commanding officer thereat, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 2. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to apply to the Adjutant General of the Army for an extension of three (3) months and to visit the United States, is hereby grated Major Joshua L. Fowler, 10th U. S. Cavalry. 3. The following-named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to the points indicated, reporting upoil arrival to their respective troop and company commanders for duty, to wit: Corporal A. C. Rhodes, company T, 1st U. S. Infantry Guanajay, Cuba; Private Jeremiah Horan, company E, 1st U. S. Tufantry, Guanajay, Cuba; Private James J. Reading, company L, 1st U. S. Infantry, Guanajay, Cuba; Private John J. Doherty, company G, 1st U. S. Infant try, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Hubert W Ketchum, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Raymond .Gilbert, troop .', 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will fiunish the necessary transportation. 4. Aft-er carrying out the special instructions of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Lieutenant Charles S. Wallace, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, will proceed from Puerto Padre -to Puerto Principe, Cuba, and take station, reporting upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Signal Officer; Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, at Santiago de Cuba.The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5: captain Charles B. Hepburn, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, will, upon the arrival at Puerto Principe of Lieutenant Charles S. Wallace, Signal Corps, U. S. Volunteers, be relieved fi-oin duty" in the Depttrtiment of Santiago and

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Puerto Principe, and will proceed to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, for special instructions. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. The following-named enlisted men, now in this city, will be sent to their proper stations, to wit: Private Vilim J. Botts, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry, to Pinar del Rio; Private James J. McLaughlin, company H, 1st U. S. Infantry, to Guanajay; Recruit W alter J. Gils, band, 2d U. S. Cavalry, to Santa Clara; Recruit George WT. Gaffin, 10th U. S. Infantry, to Matanzas; Recruit Oliver H. flonian, 2d U. S. Infantry, to Cienfuegos; Recruit Michael H. itahan, 2d U. S. Infantry, to Cienfuegos. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. These soldiers will be subsisted as provided for in Circular No. 26, current series, Headquarters of the Army. 7. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Willard S. Kelly, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty at the military telephone exchange, Havana, Cuba, from and including June 16, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. 8. U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, in this city, wili be discontinued from and after July 31, 1899. The patients, nurses, enlisted men of the hospital corps and all government property therein will be transferred to U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba. The medical officers on duty at Military Hospital No. 2 will report to the Chief Surgeon of the Division, for assignment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 9. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No.

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86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private George McMuller, company L, 8th U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, for duty. 10. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Private Henry Northrup, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, and will proceed to Guanajay, Cuba, reporting upon arrival to the surgeon in charge of the hospital at that point, for duty as cook. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, t HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 103. j Havana, July 15, 1899. 1. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Simon Feldstein, troop B, 8th U. S. Cavalry, now on duty as clerk in the office of the Inspector General, Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, from and including July 5, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 2. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Mr. E. H. Searle, machinist, Ordnance Department, U. S. Army, first class transportation from this city to Springfield Armory, Springfield, Massachusetts, he having completed the duties for which he was detailed at Havana Arsenal. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Mr. C. H. Boyd, civilian telegraph operator, 'now in this city, will proceed to Holguin, Cuba, for duty as telegraph operator, relieving Sergeant Stewart, now stationed at that point. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. So much of paragraph 6, Special Orders No. 102, current series, these headquarters, as directs Recruit Michael H. Mahan, 2d U. S. Infantry, to proceed to Cienfuegos, is hereby amended as to direct Recruit Michael H. Meehan, 2d U. S. Cavalry, to proceed to Santa Clara, Cuba. 5. Lieutenant Colonel Egbert B. Savage, 10th U. S. Infantry, having reported at these headquarters for duty, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, the headquarters of his regiment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Major William L. Kneed'er, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, having completed the special duty to which he was assigned, is hereby relieved from further duty in this

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Division and will comply with the instructions contained in paragraph 40, Special Orders No. 129, current series, Headquarters of the Army. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Acting Assistant Surgeon J. A. Escobar, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 26, Special Orders No. 156, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for assignment to station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. Acting Assistant Surgeons James 1i. Parrot and Frederick H. Sparrenberger, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with memorandum orders from the Adjutant General of the Army, dated July 8, 1899, are assigned to U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to the commanding officer at that hospital for duty. 9. Major S. P. Kramer, Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, now in this city, will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. The following-named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to the points indicated, reporting upon arrival to their respective troop and company commanders for duty, to wit: Sergeant Jefferson G. Turner, troop A, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Talter L. Simmons, troop K, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Lawrence Dunne, troop M, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private John Taegar, troop H, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Michael Baskerville, troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Floyd Engle, company B, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Edward Grace, company C, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba;

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Private Charles Young, company D, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private IWalter Jones, company E, 1st U. S. Infantry, Guanajay, Cuba; Private Jeremiah Horan, company E, 1st U. S. Infantry, Guanajay, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BnooKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 104. Havana, July 18, 1899. 1. The following-named general prisoners, now in confinement at Fort San Severino, Matanzas, Cuba, will be sent under guard of three (3) non-commissioned officers and five (5) privates, to be selected by the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, on a U. S. transport to Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, where they will be turned over to the commanding officer thereat to serve out their respective sentences. All papers called for by General Orders No. 35, current series, these headquarters, will be taken by the non-commissioned officer commanding the guard and turned over with the prisoners. Upon completion of this duty, the guard will return to its proper station, Matanzas, Cuba. Thomas J. Case, Benjam in H. JW'ilkerson, Thomas T. O'Sullivan, Timothy Devine, George Gillian, James R. Moore, James Dougherty, Albert P. Lower, Charles Howard, Bernard O'Neil, Samuel Kelly, George X_. Bayer, Edward ]Jfurphly, Dan Fisher, Edard Saxey, George J. Ryan. The Quartermaster's Department will provide the necessary transportation and subsistence will be furnished on board the transport. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Acting Assistant Surgeon Lieven de Poorter, Jr., U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with memorandum orders from the Adjutant General of the Army, dated July 10, 1899, is assigned to the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio and will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General of that department for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Captain Morton J. Henry, Assistant Commissary of

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Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, is hereby relieved from duty as Chief Commissary of the late Department of Puerto Principe, and will report by letter to the Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division for instructions in regard to his duties as Purchasing and Depot Commissary at Nuevitas, Cuba. 4. Private Harry Smith, company F, 15th U. S. Infantry, now at Ciego de Avila, will be sent to Havana, Cuba, where he will report to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, for medical treatment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier in advance, at the prescribed rate, for four (4) days, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 5. Acting Assistant Surgeon Percy Ahrons, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 19, Special Orders No. 158, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to the commanding officer at that hospital for duty. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Corporal James A. Leach, battery K, 2d U. S. Artillery, niw on duty in the office of the Post Quartermaster, Cabana Fortress, Havana, Cuba, from and including July 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 7. So much of paragraph 9, Special Orders No. 77, current series, these headquarters, as relates to Corporal H. J. Summers, is hereby amended to read Corporal Harry J. Sommers. 8. So much of paragraph 7, Special Orders No. 81, current series, these headquarters, as relates to 2d Class Private R. Carr Wilson, is hereby amended to read 2d Class Private Carr Wilson. 9. Private Amos Guensch, unassigned recruit, 2d U. S. Cavalry, having reported at these headquarters from the Army and Navy General Hospital at Hot Springs, Arkansas, will proceed to Santa Clara, Cuba, reporting upon

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arrival thereat to the commanding officer of his regiment for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 10. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Michael Stein, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty in the medical supply depot at Santiago de Cuba, from and including July 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Ifantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERs, 1 HEADQUARTERS DIvISION OF CUBA, No. 105. 1 Havana, July 20, 1899. 1. The journeys performed by Major Noble H Creager, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, as follows: June 8 to 11, 1899, Pinar del Rio to Havana, Cuba, and return; June 17 to 18, 1899, Pinar del Rio to Guanajay, Cuba, and return; are confirmed as necessary for the public service. 2. By direction of the Secretary of War, Acting Assistant Surgeon George P. Peed, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from further duty in this Division and will proceed to Camp Meade, Pennsylvania, reporting upon arrival thereat to the commanding officer, 28th U. S. Volunteer Infantry, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. By direction of the Secretary of War, 2d Lieutenant William Mitchell, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is hereby relieved from duty in this Division and will proceed without delay to New York City, New York, reporting upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Charles 0. Hamilton, company C, 1st U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Signal Officer, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 5. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private John Hillen, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby discharged the service of the United States. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the followingnamed enlisted men, from and including the dates set opposite their respective names, during which time they were on duty in the medical supply depot at Puerto Principe, Cuba, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50)

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each per day, it having been impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Hospital Steward Angus McLeod, U. S. Army, March 1 to April 30, 1899; Hospital Steward [arry T. Brown, U. S. Army, March 20 to May 12, 1899. 7. The following-named enlisted men of the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Signal Officer, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for duty, to wit: 1st Class Private James 0. Howard, operator; 1st Class Private Charles 1. Owens, operator; 1st Class Private James E. Hogan, lineman. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and will provide suitable quarters for these soldiers at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per room per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Privates Howard, Owens and Mogan, while engaged in the performance of their respective duties, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 8. A board of survey, to consist of: Captain Aedorem Cravzford, 2d U. S. Artillery; Captain Ormond Al. Lissac, Ordnance Department, U. S. Army, Chief Ordnance Officer of the Division; Lieutenant Eliah B. Martindale, Jr., 2d U. S. Artillery; is appointed to meet at the medical supply depot, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. in., Tuesday, July 25, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for the breakage and damage of certain medical supplies for which Major 31. .Wyeli, Surgeon, U. S. Army, Medical Supply Officer of the Division, is responsible. 9. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Major Rafael Echeverria, Brigade Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers. 10. Hospital Steward Harry L. Kolseth, U. S. Army, now at Trinidad, Cuba, will be sent to this city where he will report to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, for medical treatment. a

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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Depavtment will commute the rations of this soldier in advance, at the prescribed rate, for two (2) days, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. BY cOMMAND OF MAJOR GENERA, BROoKE Adjutant tfleral.

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SPECiAL ORDERs,) HEADQUARTERS DIvISION OF CUBA, No. 106. J Havana, July 22, 1899. 1. Four (4) companies of the 8th U. S. Infantry, now in this city, to be designated by the Commanding General, Department of Havana, will proceed on July 25, 1899, to Camp Columbia, Cuba, taking station at that point. These companies will take with them all company property and barrack furniture now in their possession. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 2. The following-named enlisted men of the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed to the point indicated opposite their respective names, to wit: Corporal Harry G. Courtney, Quemados, Cuba; 1st Class Private William S. Cate, Quemados, Cuba; 1st Class Private Jesse G. Stricken/urg, Quemados, Cuba; 1st Class Private Hamilton D. Sullivan, Quemados, Cuba; 1st Class Private Horace It Arnold, Quemados, Cuba; 1st Class Private James 0. Howard, Matanzas, Cuba; 1st Class Private Charles [[. Owens, Matanzas, Cuba; 1st Class Private James E. Hogan, Matanzas, Cuba. Upon arrival at Quemados of those soldiers designated to proceed to that point, they will report to the Signal Officer, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, while those directed to proceed to Matanzas will report to the Signal Officer, Department of Mataizas and Santa Clara, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 3. General prisoner Thomas E. Reynolds, late private troop A, 7th U. S. Cavalry, now in confinement at Camp Columbia, will be sent to Havana, Cuba, and there turned over to the non-commissioned officer in charge of the guard from Matanzas, to be conducted with other prisoners from that point to Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, and to be delivered upon arrival to the commanding officer at that point to serve out the unexpired portion of his sentence. The Quartermaster's Department will provide the necessary transportation and subsistence will be furnished on board the transport. 4. Private L. P. Finney, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, Havana, and will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting

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upon arrival thereat to the Chief Surgeon, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for assignment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 5. Colonel Lyman T. V. Kennon, 34th Volunteer Infantry, late Major and Assistant Adjutant General, U. S. Volunteers, is hereby relieved from further duty in this Division and will proceed to New York City, New York, reporting by telegraph upon arrival thereat to the Adj utant General of the Army, for orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Leave of absence for one (1) mouth on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to apply to the Adjutant General of the Army for an extension of two (2) months and to visit the United States, is hereby granted 1st Lieutenant Herschel Tupes, 1st U. S. Infantry. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjuitant General.

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SPECIAL OlDERS, HEADQUARTERS DiVISION OF CUBA, No. 107. Havana, July 25, 1899. 1. Acting Assistant Surgeon Paul ihiazzwri, U. S. Army, having reported at these Headquarters in compliance with paragraph 25, Special Orders No. 166, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to the Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara and will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the commanding general of that department for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2 Four (4) companies of the 8th U. S. Infantry, now in this city, to be designated by the Commanding General, Department of Havana, will proceed on July 27, 1899, to Camp Columbia, Cuba, taking station at that point. These companies will take with them all company property and barrack furniture now in their possession. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 3. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Acting Hospital Steward Ernet N. Low, U. S. Army, is hereby discharged the service of the United States. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. 4. Contract Nurse Elizabeth Sabin is hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, and will proceed to Ciego de Avila, Cuba, via Jucaro, reporting upon arrival to the surgeon in charge of the hospital at that point, for assignment. Thel Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. This nurse wilt be reimbursed her actual traveling expenses, not exceeding two ($2.00) dollars per day, during the period involved in complying with this order. 5. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Acting Assistant Surgeon Percy Alrens, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from temporary duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, and will proceed to Ciego de Avila, Cuba, via Jucaro, and take station at that point. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. The journeys performed by Major W. R. Graham, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, from Quemados to

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Havana, Cuba, and return to Quemados, on the following dates are confirmed as necessary for the public service, viz: April 8 to 13, 1899, inclusive; April 15 to 22, 1899, inclusive; April 24 to 30, 1899, inclusive; May 1 to 25, 1899, inclusive; June 1 to 25, 1899, inclusive; July 1 to 12, 1899, inclusive. 7. Private J. H. Havice, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, Pinar del Rio, Cuba, now at Artemisa, will be sent to this city where he will report to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, for drill and instruction. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 8. Private Arthur T. Hayes, troop K, 7th U. S. Cavalry, is hereby relieved from duty at the Headquarters, Department of Havana, and will proceed to Camp Columbia, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to his troop commander. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 9. So much of paragraph 9, Special Orders No. 102, current series, these headquarters, as relates to Private George MAlculler is hereby amended to read Private George McMullen. 10. Acting Hospital Steward Samuel C. Smiley, U. S. Army, now at Placetas, Cuba, will be sent to this city where he will report to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, for medical treatment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General. OFFICIAL: First Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, Aide de Camp.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 108. 5 Havana, July 26, 1899. 1. Major Frank H. Edmunds, 1st U. S. Infantry, is hereby relieved from duty with his regiment and will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment as Acting Inspector General of that department, as directed in paragraph 20, Special Orders No. 143, current series, Headquarters of the Army. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Major J. S. Wilkins, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, is hereby relieved from temporary duty in connection with the payment of the Cuban Army and will report to the Chief Paymaster of the Division for assignment. 3. Private Frank H. Charles, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, en route from Fort Porter, New York, to Puerto Principe, Cuba, is temporarily assigned to U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, and will report to the commanding officer of that hospital, for duty. 4. First Class Private William S. Cate, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now at Quemados, Cuba, will proceed to this city, reporting upon arrival thereat to Lieutenant IV. 31. Talbott, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, for duty in connection with the military telegraph office at Havana. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Cate while engaged in the performance of the duty assigned him, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 5. Major T. P. Varney, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, having reported for duty in compliance with paragraph 36, Special Orders No. 137, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to station in the city of Havana, Cuba, to date from the 5th instant. 6. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Corporal William G. Merrill, battery M, 2d U. S. Artillery, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S, Army, and will report to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, for duty. 7. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Private

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Edward M. Tobin, company F, 8th U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, for duty. 8. Private Edward Boyle, troop L, 7th U. S. Cavalry, is hereby relieved from duty as orderly at Headquarters, Department of Havana, and will proceed to his proper station, Camp Columbia, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to his troop commander. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 9. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Hospital Steward Clark L. Brown, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of Havana, and will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Chief Surgeon, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 10. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Acting Assistant Surgeon James A. Alexander, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of Havana and will proceed to Queinados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment with the 3d battalion, 8th U. S. Infantry. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. By COMMAND OF MAJOr GENERAL >RBOOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIvISION OF CUBA, No. 109. 5 Havana, July 28, 1899. 1. A board of survey, to consist of: Major W. F. Carter, Surgeon, U. S. Army; Lieutenant Matthew C. Butler, Jr., 7th U. S. Cavalry; Lieutenant Carl R. Darnall, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army; is appointed to meet at U. S. Military hospital No. 1, Havana, at 10 o'clock a. m., Saturday, August 5, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for the loss of certain quartermaster's stores, for which lMr. Orville Benson, late 1st Lieutenant, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, is responsible. 2. Castle Principe is hereby assigned to the Quartermaster's Department as a storehouse for clothing, camp and garrison equipage and quartermaster's stores for the Division of Cuba. The Chief Quartermaster of the Division will take charge of this fortification and will cause the government stores to be transferred there without delay. 3. Major Joseph T. Dichnan, 26th U. S. Volunteer Infantry, (late Captain 8th U. S. Cavalry) will proceed from Puerto Principe to Havana, Cuba, reporting upon arrival at these headquarters. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Second Lieutenant H. M. Staford, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is hereby relieved from duty as Disbursing and Property Officer to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division and will transfer all property, funds, &c., for which he is responsible, to Lieutenant 1W. M. Talbolt, Signal Oficer, U. S. Volunteers, who is hereby appointed Disbursing and Property Officer in his stead. 5. The following-named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to the points indicated, reporting upon arrival to their respective troop and company commanders for duty, to wit: Private William K. Fisher, troop D, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Andrew, Hansen, troop D, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Charles 1. Womer, troop F, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba;

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Private Perry L. Jackson, company C, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private William F. Reap, company C, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private William R. Flores, company L, 1st U. S. Infantry, Guanajay, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 6. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Captain Henry F. Kendall, 8th U. S. Cavalry. 7. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Private Eugene F. Walters, company M, 8th U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, for duty. 8. First Class Sergeant Peter Bartsch, Signal Corp,, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty at Matanzas, Cuba, and will proceed to this city, reporting upon arrival to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, for duty in connection with the telegraph service in the City of Havana. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Bartsch, while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 9. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to apply to the Adjutant General of the Army for an extension of one (1) month and to visit the United States, is hereby granted Major V. R. Graham, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers. 10. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Paymaster of the Division, the following assignment of paymasters is announced for the payment of troops on master of July 31, 1899, to wit: Major J. B. Houston, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunters, all troops stationed in the Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara; Major T. P. Varney, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunters, all troops stationed in the Province of Puerto Principe;

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Major J. R. Lynch, Additional Paymaster, T. S. Volunters, all troops stationed in the Province of Pinar del Rio. Troops stationed in the City of Havana, troops detached at points contiguous thereto, and troops stationed at Camp Columbia, Cuba, will be paid by paymasters stationed in Havana under the direction of the Chief Paymaster of the Division. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and, when practicable, will ship by express the funds required for these payments, together with chests and field safes necessary for their safe keeping. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BEooKEi: Adjutant General,

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 110. 5 Havana, July 29, 1899. 1. Under authority of the Secretary of War, communicated in cablegram from the Adjutant General of the Army, dated January 11, 1899, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following-named enlisted men of the 16th company, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, on duty as telegraph operators and linemen at the points indicated, from and including the date set opposite their respective names, and while they were engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, on account of being separated from their messing facilities with troops, to wit: Sergeant T. H. Offer, Sagua la Grande, Cuba, January 26, 1899; First Class Sergeant Lynn P. Hale, Santa Clara, Cuba, January 26, 1899; Sergeant F. TV. Myers, Cruces, Cuba, January 26, 1899; Sergeant T. C. Talkington, Santo Domingo, Cuba, January 26, 1899; Sergeant Charles 0. Brillhart, Santo Domingo, Cuba, January 26, 1899; Sergeant T. D. Duncan, Cienfuegos, Cuba, January 24, 1899; Sergeant Flarry lT Stewart, Cienfuegos, Cuba, January 24, 1899; Corporal J. J. Grady, Placetas, Cuba, January 26, 1899; Corporal G. E. Reed, Caibarien, Cuba, Jan nary 27,1899; Corporal N. J. Hempburn, Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, January 29, 1899; Corporal J. TV. Porter, Carnajuani, Cuba, January 26, 1899; Corporal Harry A. Thomas, Encrucijada, Cuba, February 4, 1899; Corporal Alphonse M. Me Gerry, Sagua la Grande, Cuba, February 4, 1899; Private L. C. Witt, Santa Clara, Cuba, January 26, 1899; Private A. P. McCarthy, Santa Clara, Cuba, January 26, 1899; Private Charles J. Miller, Cienfuegos, Cuba, January 24, 1899; Private Thomas H. Flynn, Cabaiguan, Cuba, February 4, 1899; Private William A. Brown, Lajas, Cuba, February 4, 1899.

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2. Maj )r Joseph T. .Dickman, 26th U. S. Volunteer Infantry, (late Captain 8th U. S. Cavalry) is hereby relieved from duty in this Division, and in compliance with instructions from the War Department will proceed to New York City, New York; reporting upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Paragraph 7, Special Orders No. 97, current series, these headqunrt rs, is hereby revoked. 4. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, the following-named enlisted men of the hospital Corps, U. S. Army, are hereby relieved from duty in the Department indicated opposite their resp ctive names, and will report in person to the commanding oBeer, U. S. Xilitary Hospital No. 1, Iavan Ctibn, for instruction, with a view to their sul;sequent ie-examination and detail vs Acting hospital Stewards, provided they prove to be qualified for that position, to wit: Private WlUliumi E. A rn 01cl, Department of the Province Private John S. Fair, of H avana and Pinar del Private 1William S. 1nl'r, Rio. Pri v ate iSamu el A. (ot, Department of Ilavan a. Private Robert 7'. Gootdinq, The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportati on. 5. Under authority If paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Ieadquarters of the A riy, Privat Dot D. illiams, Hospital Corps, U. S. Armny, is hereby detailed as Acting Hospital Steward and will report to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assign ient to duty. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Henry A. Seherf, company 15, 2d U. S. Infantry, now on duty as clerk in the office of the regimental and post commissary of subsistence, Cienfuegos, Cuba, from and including July 8, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 7. Acting Assistant Surgeon Rollin. 7. Burr, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with

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nenorandum orders from the Adjutant General of the Army, dated July 8, 1899, is assigned to the Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara and will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General of that department, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Musician Edgar Q. Smith, company I, 5th U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the Signal Officer, Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters for this s ldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars pe" month. The Subsistence Department will cnmmute the rations of Private Smith while engaged in the performance of the duty assigned him, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsist(nhO in any other way. 9. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Private 151erdiantd A. Berger, company I, 10th U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to. the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the Signal Officer, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve (01.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Berger while engaged in the performance of the duty assigned him, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) perl day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 10. Captain John Biddle, Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, having tenp warily completed the duties assigned him at these headquarters, will return to his proper station, Malauzas, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL EnoomE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL OrDIRS, t HEADQUARTERS DIvISION OF CUA, No. 111. j Havana, August 1, 1899. 1. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Quartermaster Sergeant Benjamin A. Anderson, 10th U. S. Cavalry, now on duty in the Quartermaster's office at Manzanillo, Cuba, from and including Jul 21, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 2. The following-named enlisted men, now at U..S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, reported con valescent and able to travel, will be sent to the United States on the transport "Buford,'' to wit: Sergeant Edgar P. Beck, battery A, 2d U. S. Artillery; Private Joseph Johnson, troop (T, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Jacob Schuer', troop L, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Jhn Mathias, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Cliarley Brand, troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Joseph A. Mitchell, troop B, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private John l. (lemons, troop A, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Andrew J. Sanner, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private iarshall Crawford, troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Andrew Hansen, troop U, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Thomas Gafftey, troop H, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Edward Anderson, troop F, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private A. E. Cronover, troop M, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Jmes Rosnblatt, troop M, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Harry Weaterbee, troop IL, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Alfred Pomeroy, troop A, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Lawson Case, battery F, 2d U. S. Artillery; Private James Le Hane, battery I), 2d U. S. Artillery; Private Charles 1. Welty. battery C, 2d U. S. Artillery; Private John Eagan, battery A, 2d U. S. Artillery; Private Stephen Nan gle, battery L, 2d U. S. Artillery; Private iacks S. Pruitt, company M, 1st U. S. infantry; Private Simon Elgiser, company A, 1st IT. S. Infantry; Private John Owens, company L, 8th U. S. Infantry; Private John T. Crowley, company L, 8th IT. S. In fantry; Private William F. Williams, Signal Corps, IT. S. A rmy; Private James Goddard, Hospital Corps, U. S. A rmy;

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Private Christopher Thompson, company M, Infantry; Civilian Robert Bird. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and subsistence will be furnished on board the transport. 3. Second Lieutenant Stephen .Kochersperger, 2d U. S. Cavalry, now in this city, having completed the duties assigned him in connection with the payment of the Cuban Army, will return to his proper station, Matanzas, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Lieutenant Frank E. Lyman, Jr., U. S. Vedunteer Signal Corps, will take station at Matanzas, Cuba, relieving Captain Samuel Reber, Signal Corps, U. S. Volunteers, as Signal Officer, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara. Captain Reber, upon being relieved, will proceed to this city, reporting upon arrival to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, for assignment to temporary duty in connection with the general telegraph service of the island. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. The journeys performed by Lieutenant James N. Pickering, 1st U. S. Infantry, from Guanajay to Havana, Cuba, and return to Guanajay, on June 18 and 25, and July 2, 9 and 14, 1899, for the purpose of consulting the Quartermaster's Department regarding certain work in progress at Guanajay, are confirmed as necessary for the public service. 6. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Corporal John Connors and Private William 11 Uldron, company M, 1st U. S. Infantry, absent from their proper station without leave, transportation to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, the cost thereof to be reported to the commanding officer, company M, 1st Infantry, in order that the same may be charged against the soldiers on the next muster and pay roll of their company. 7. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Knute Larson, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby discharged the service of the United States. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. 8. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted 2d Lieutenant H. TV. Stamford, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps. I1st U. S.

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9. Contract Nurse Mary Covington is hereby relieved from duty at Las Animas Hospital, Havana, and will proceed without delay to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival to the Chief Surgeon, Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. This nurse will be reimbursed her actual traveling expenses, not exceeding two ($2.00) dollars per day, during the period involved in complying with this order. 10. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private James D. McRae, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty in the dispensary established at Cristo, Cuba, from and including July 19, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at therate of one dollar and fifty cents (1i.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. BY COMMAND OF MA.jOK GENERAL Brooir: Adjiitatd General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIvISION OF CUBA, No. 112. 5 Havana, Au gust 2, 1899. 1. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Acting Assistant Surgeon J. l. de la Terga, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed without delay to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival to the Commanding General, Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. The station of Major Frank H. Edminds. 1st U. S. Infantry, for the period from June 17, 1899, to July 24, 1899, both inclusive, while on duty in connection with the payment of the Cuban Army, is announced as Havana, Cuba. 3. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, the following named enlisted men of the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now at Quemados, will proceed to Cristo, Cuba, reporting upon arrival to the Signal Officer, Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, for assignment to duty, to wit: Sergeant Charles I. Brown, Sergeant James A. Dixon, Corporal Harry G. Conrtney. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and will provide suitable quarters for these soldiers at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeants Brown and Dixon and Corporal Coirtney, while engaged in the performance of the duty assigned them, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 4. Mr. Antonio .Pellon, civilian telegraph operator, now in. this city, will proceed to Cristo, Cuba, reporting upon arrival to the Commanding General, Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, for assignment to duty.

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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Privates John T. Sullivan and Horace JF. Arnold, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now at Quemados, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival to the Signal Officer, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for duty in connection with the telegraph service in that department. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and will provide suitable quarters for these soldiers at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month per room. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Privates Lullivan and Arnold, while engaged in the performance of the duty assigned them, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 6. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Sergeant John H. Adams and Corporal Henry J. Smith, company M, 10th U. S. Infantry, the necessary transportation from this city to Glrdenas, Cuba, their services being no longer required as witnesses before the general court-martial convened by paragraph 2, Special Orders No. 157, current series, Headquarters Department of Havana. 7. Major Robert H. Rolfe, U. S. Volunteers, Inspector General of the Division, will proceed to Cienfuegos, Cuba, and inspect the quartermaster's property, including horses and mules, submitted for inspection by Captain TWiter B. Barker, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteeis, Depot Quartermaster, at that point, upon completion of which duty, Major Rolfe will return to his proper station, Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. In compliance with telegraphic instructions from the War Department, 2d Lieutenant Henry T. Stamford, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is hereby relieved from further duty in this Division, and, as soon as he has transferred the public funds and property for which he is responsible, will proceed to New York City, New York, reporting upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. The following-named general prisoners, now in con-

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finement at Fortress Cabana, Havana, Cuba, will be sent under guard of two (2) non-commissioned officers and six (6) privates, to be selected by the Commanding General, Department of Havana, on a U. S. transport to Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, where they will be turned over to the commanding officer thereat to serve out their respective sentences. All papers called for by General Orders No. 35, current series, these headquarters, will be taken by the non-commissioned officer commanding the guard and turned over with the prisoners. Upon completion of this duty, the guard will return to its proper station, Havana, Cuba. J. M. dlitchell, I. C. Clark, GF.. Timlin, J. J. Damara, J. lMfllen, C. A. Luck, J. S. Berg, L. il. 1'irman, W. I. Gibso-, G. Young, A. C. Barry, H. J. Miller. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and subsistence will be provided on board the transport. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. The following named general prisoners, now in confi cement at Camp Columbia, will be sent to Havana, Cuba, where they will be turned over to the non-commissioned officer in charge of the guard, to be conducted with other prisoners from that point, to Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, and to be delivered upon arrival to the commanding officer thereat to serve out the unexpired portion of their sentences, to wit: John. Schwarz, late private, troop D, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Luke T. Murray, late private, company C, 1st U. S. Infantry; Thomas F. Noonan, late private company C, 1st U. S. Infantry. All papers called for by General Orders No. 35, current series, these headquarters, will be delivered to the noncommissioned officer commanding the guard, to be turned over with the prisoners.

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The Quartermaster's Department will provide the necessary transportation and subsistence will be furnished on board the transport. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS,) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 113. 5 Havana, August 4, 1899. 1. A board of survey, to consist of: Captain James B. Hickey, 8th UI. S. Cavalry; Captain William Weigel, 11th U. S. Infantry; Lieutenant Matthew C. Butler, jr., 7th U. S. Cavalry; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at ten o'clock a. in., Monday, August 7, 1889, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for the loss of one (1) case of medical supplies, valued at seventy five ($75.00) dollars, invoiced by Lieutenant Colonel Justus Brown, Deputy Surgeon-General, U. S. Army, in charge of the medical supply depot, New York City, New York, to Major Simon P. Kramer, Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, Havana, Cuba, and for which he is responsible. 2. A board of survey, to consist of: Captain Peter C. Deming, Assistant Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers; Captain J. Y. Mason Blunt, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; Captain William JWeigel, 11th U. S. Infantry; is appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, at ten o'clock a. in., Tuesday, August 8, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for the non-delivery of two (2) boxes containing ten (10) gallons of harness oil combination in a consignment of ten (10) cases containing fifty (50) gallons, invoiced by Lieutenant Colonel Charles R. Barnett, Deputy Quartermaster General, U. S. Army, Jeffersonville, Indiana, via Ward line steamer "Orizaba'' from New York City, New York, to Major Chauncey B. Baker, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, and for which he is responsible. 3. Paragraph 8, Special Orders No. 111, current series, these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 4. Corporal Frederick G. Rupert, company B, 15th U. S. Infantry, in charge of Private Charles R. Hubbard, of the same company, an insane soldier, having reported at these headquarters en route to Washington, D. C., where the latter named soldier is to be admitted into the asylum for the insane at that point, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish them the necessary transportation, from this city to Washington, D. C.

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The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of these soldiers in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. The following named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to the points indicated, reporting upon arrival to their respective troop, battery and company commanders for duty, to wit: Corporal John Dixon, troop A, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Malcolm Mitchell, troop A, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private William 0. Nitchman, troop A, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Charles ( rutchman, troop B, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Aiorris Strickland, troop B, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private howard E. Baker, troop F, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private James Jatson, troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Victor Brisboys, troop H, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private William T. McCabe, troop H, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private alert Reagan, troop H, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Robert F. Todd, troop H, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Albert Gregg, troop I, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Louis Schiappeasse, troop I, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Thomas Tedford. troop K, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Elliott Barrow, troop L, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Queinados, Cuba; Private J. B. Ryan, troop L, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Herbert C. San derman, troop L, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Clifford Angus, troop M, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private William I. Malloy, troop M, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba;

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Private Loren Zaumbaugh, troop M, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Sergeant IVilliam F. James, battery F, 2d U. S. Quemados, Cuba; Private Edward Oberschelp, battery A, 2d U. S. Quemados, Cuba; Private Harry E. Riley, battery A, 2d U. S. Quemados, Cuba; Private Walter B. Toodbury, battery A, 2d U. lery, Quemados, Cuba; Private George I. Crowell, battery F, 2d U. S. Quemados, Cuba; Private James C. McVeagh, battery F, 2d U. S. Quemados, Cuba; Private Anthony Connor, battery F, 2d U. S. Quemados, Cuba; Private harry A. Bryant, company B, 1st U. S. Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Artillery, Artillery, Artillery, S. ArtilArtillery, Artillery, Artillery, Infantry, Private John Muirphy, company B, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Sidney Baldwin, company C, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Cornelius C. Coyle, company C, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Perry Campbell, company C, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Howard Vhite, company D, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private iTilmar Wood, company D, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private George Bates, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private William A. Sanders, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Chrietain Christainsen, company K, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Felix Resce, company K, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Andrew Boersigo, company M, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Recruit, George Miller, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 6. Captain Frederick T. Van Liew, 2d UT. S. Infantry, having reported at these headquarters, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Command-

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ing General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Acting Hospital Steward I. L. Giblin, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, in this city, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, for assignment. 8. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Walter S. Hoskins, company E, 2d U. S. Infantry, from July 6 to July 18, 1899, both dates inclusive, during which time he was on detached service engaged in superintending the repair of a hospital, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 9. Under authority of paragraph II, General' Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the following named enlisted men are hereby transferred to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the surgeon in charge at the point indicated opposite their respective names, for assignment to duty, to wit: Private John F. Ryan, troop L, 2d U. S. Cavalry, Placetas, Cuba; Private Samuel G. Hawkins, company G, 2d U. S. Infantry, Trinidad, Cuba; Private illiam R. Gibson, company G, 2d U. S. Infantry, Trinidad, Cuba. 10. Private Harry McDonald, company B, 1st U. S. Infantry, now in this city absent without leave from his company, will be sent under guard by the Commanding General, Department of Havana, to his proper station, Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, the cost thereof to be reported to his company commander, in order that the same may be charged against the soldier on the nextimuster and pay roll of his company. BY COMMAND OF MAJOr GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVIsION OF CUBA, No. 114. lHavana, August 8, 1899. 1. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Major Noble H. Creager, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers. 2. Paragraphs 9 and 10, Special Orders No. 112, current series, these headquarters, are hereby revoked. 3. Sergeant William G. Kite, troop G, 2d U. S. Cavalry, now at Matanzas, Cuba, will be sent to this city where he will report to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, for medical treatment. The Quartermaster's Depiarhuent will furnish the necessary trmnsportation. 4. The Quartermaster' s Department will furnish Private Herman Carpenter, company B, 10th U. S. Infantry, absent in this city without leave, transportation to his proper station, Matanzas, Cuba, the cost thereof to be reported to his company conunander, in order that the same may be charged against the soldier on the next muster and pay roll of his company. 5. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted 2d Lieutenant Charles B. Rogan, Jr., U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps. 6. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Private Prank Jackson, 1st U. S. Infantry, unassigned, en route to join his regiment, transportation from this city to Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. So much of paragraph 4, Special Orders No. 110, current series, these headquarters, as relates to Private Samuel 11. Come, is hereby amended to read Private Samuel L. Crume. 8. A board of survey, to consist of: Major auncey B. Baer, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers; Captain J. Y Mihson Blunt, Assistant Quartermaster, [U. S. Volunteers; Captain William IFWeigel, 11th U. S. Infantry; is hereby appointed to meet at the office of the Depot Quartermaster, Ilavana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., Saturday, August 12, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicalble, to exami ne into, report upon and fix the responsibility for a shorta ge found to exist in a shipment of campaign hats,

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invoiced by Captain Walter B. Barker, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster, Cienfuegos, to Lieutenant Colonel Charles F. UI'mphrey, Deputy Quartermaster General, U. S. Army, Chief Quartermaster of the Division, Havana, Cuba, and for which he is responsible. 9. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Paymaster of the Division, Major T. P. Varney, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, now in this city, will proceed to Ciego de Avila, Sancti Spiritus and Trinidad, Cuba, for the purpose of paying the troops stationed at those points on the muster of July 31, 1899. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and, when practicable, will ship by express the funds required for these payments, together with chests and field safes necessary for their safe keeping. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Sergeant Charles E. Sherwmood, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now at Quemados, will proceed to Guanajay, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Signal Officer, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Sherwood, while engaged in the performance of the duty assigned him, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. BY COMMAND OF MAJoR GENERAL BRoorE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 115. Havana, August 10, 1899. 1. Contract nurses William H. Cook and Vena Richmond and Private James C. Gun, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, are hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 2, in this city, and will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment to duty at Camp Columbia. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 2. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Lieutenant Colonel Egbert B. Savage, 10th U. S. Infantry. 3. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Privates William M. Robertson and George A. Reyer, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment to duty with the 8th U. S. Infantry at Camp Columbia. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 4. By direction of the Secretary of War, Major Samuel D. Sturgis, Assistant Adjutant General, U. S. Volunteers, (1st Lieutenant 6th U. S. Artillery) is hereby relieved from duty in this Division and will proceed without delay to New York City, New York, reporting upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army, for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Edward J. Wade, company B, 2d U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the surgeon in charge at Paso Caballo, Cuba, for assignment to duty in the hospital at that point. 6. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Privates Harry Cook and Aaron Freeman, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, are hereby detailed as Acting Hospital Stewards, to date August 1, 1899, and will report to the Commanding General, Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, for assignment to duty.

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7. First Lieutenant Albert E. Truby, Assistant Surgeon, and four (4) privates of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty with the 8th U. S. Infantry at the "Maestranza," in this city, are relieved from duty in the Department of Havana, and are assigned to the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio. They will accompany the battalion to which they are assigned to its new station, Camp Columbia, Cuba. 8. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Captain E. B. Fenton, Assistant Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers. 9. The Subsistence Depot at Cienfuegos, Cuba, is hereby discontinued. The government stores and supplies therein will be transferred to the Post Commissary of Subsistence at that point and the funds to the Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division. 10. Major James B. Houston, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 51, Special Orders No. 173, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. By COMMAND OF MA.TOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant G7enl.

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Srci'AL Oumi)Is, HEA1QUA ITES DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 11. Havana, Auqmst 11, 1899. 1. Private Joint Crmig, company L, 10th U. S. infantry, an alleged deserter, now in this city, will be sent under proper guard by the Commanding General, Department of Havana, to the station of his company, Matanzas, Cuba. The Quaiterm aster's Department will furnish the necessaxy transportation, the cost thereof to be reported to his company commander, in order that the same may be charged against the soldier on the next muster and pay roll of his company. 2. In compliance with telegraphic instructions from the War Department, Major Joseph H. Dorst, 2d U. S. Cavalry. will proceed without delay to Washington, D. C., reporting in person linm arrival thereat to the Adjutant General of the Army, for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, cu rient series. Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Depnirtment will commute the rations of 1st Class Private Moma B. JItyd, Signal Corps, U. S. Armv, now on duty at San i ago de Cuba in connection Avwth the telegraph service of the Island, from and including May 28, 1899, and while eng Ie in the perforinance of such duty, at the rate of one doll;w and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and bwirg impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 4. Under a uthorit y of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Iieadquarters of .he Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of hospital Steward A )/Us McLeod, U.S. A rmy, from March 1 to A april 30, 1899, both dates inclusive, during which time be was on duty in the medical supply depot at Puerto Principe, Cuba, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. b. Private Edbwin 1. Totbn, Signal Corps, 1U. S. Army, now at Qnenados, Cuba, will proceed to this city, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, for duty in connection with the telegraph service of the Island. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve (812.00 ) dolbars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of

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Private Tobitn, while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 6. So much of paragraph 5, Special Orders No. 59, current series, these headquarters, as relates to Sergeant Sydney A. Jackson, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby amended to read Sergeant A lbert S. Jackson, Signal Corps, U. S. Army. 7. Acting Assistant Surgeon Charles W. Bartlett, U. S. Army, now in this city, will report in person to the Chief Quartermaster of the Division, for duty with civilian employees of the government on his rolls. 8. Acting Assistant Surgeon Aristides Agramonte, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters, is assigned to Havana, Cuba, and will report to the Commanding General of that department, for duty at Las Animas Hospital. 9. Private Thomas Callahan, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now in this city, absent without leave from ti hospital to which lie was assigned, will be sent under suitable guard by the Commanding General, Department of havana, to his proper station, Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, the cost thereof to be reported to his commanding officer, in order that the same may be charged against the soldier on the next muster and pay roll of his detachment. 10. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Ordei s No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty in the office of the Chief Surgeon and at the yellow fever observation station, Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, from and including the dates set opposite their respective names, and while engaged in the performance of their present duties within the limits of that department, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. Hospital Steward John C. Blake, July 25, 1899; Private Harry Cook, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, July 22, 1899. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BRoolE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 117. 5 Havana, August 17, 1899. 1. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Private Michael Gorman, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now at Quemados, will proceed to Havana, Cuba, reporting upon arrival to the Chief Signal Officer of the Division for duty in connection with the telephone service in that city, relieving Private Willard S. Kelly, Signal Corps, U. S. Army. Private Kelly, upon being relieved, will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Signal Officer, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation for these soldiers, and will provide suitable quarters for Private Gorman at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. 2. By direction of the Secretary of War, Major Joseph S. Wilkins, Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, is hereby relieved from duty in this Division and will proceed to New York City, New York, reporting upon arrival thereat to Major General Wesley Merritt, U. S. Army, commanding the Department of the East, for temporary duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Acting Assistant Surgeon Theodore C. Lyster, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 26, Special Orders No. 172, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to these headquarters as assistant to the attending surgeon. He will report accordingly. 4. By direction of the Secretary of War, 2d Lieutenant James L. Graham, 5th U. S. Infantry, will report by letter to the Commanding General, Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, for his instructions as to the time and place he will appear before a board of officers convened to examine him as to his fitness for promotion. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. By direction of the Secretary of War, the followingnamed officers will report by letter to the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for his instructions as to the time and place they will appear before

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a board of officers convened to examine them as to their fitness for promotion, to wit: Captain Frank U. Robinson, 2d U. S. Cavalry; First Lieutenant William 0. Johnson, 2d U. S. Infantry; Second Lieutenant Stephen M. Kochersperger, 2d U. S. Cavalry; Second Lieutenant James E. Bell, 2d U. S. Infantry. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. By direction of the Secretary of War, the followingnamed officers will report by letter to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for his instructions as to the time and place they will appear before a board of officers convened to examine them as to their fitness for promotion, to wit: Captain William L. Pitcher, 8th U. S. Infantry; First Lieutenant Sedgwick Rice, 7th U. S. Cavalry; First Lieutenant Hiram Mc L. Powell, 1st U. S. Infantry; First Lieutenant James R. Lindsay, 8th U. S. Infantry. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. So much of paragraph 10, Special Orders No. 81, current series, these headquarters, as relates to Sergeant Thomas R. Shepherd, Jr., Signal Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby amended to read Sergeant Thomas R. Sheppard, Jr., Signal Corps, U. S. Army. 8. Upon the arrival of Lieutenant Charles S. Wallace, Signal Corps, U. S. Volunteers, at Puerto Principe, 1st Lieutenant Carl F. Hartman, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, will turn over to him all public funds and property for which he is responsible. Upon being relieved by Lieutenant Wallace, Lieutenant Hartman will at once proceed to comply with the provisions of paragraph 50, Special Orders No. 129, current series, Headquarters of the Army. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. The following named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana Cuba reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to the points indicated, reporting upon arrival to their respective detachment and company commanders for duty, to wit: Acting Hospital Steward Samuel C. Smiley, Placetas, Cuba; Private John F. McDonald, company L, 1st U. S. Infantry, Guanajay, Cuba..

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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 10. Colonel E. T. C. Richmond, 41st U. S. Volunteer Infantry, (Captain 2d U. S. Artillery), is hereby relieved from duty in this Division and will proceed to New York City, New York, reporting by telegraph upon arrival thereat to the Adjutant General of the Army, for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORD ER, HEADQUARTERs DIviSIN OF CUBA, No. 118. Havana, August 19, 1899. 1. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Major Abiel L. Smith, Subsistence Department. U. S. Army, Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division. 2. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Private Albert J. Mogvin, troop D, 2d U. S. Cavalry, now in this city on pass without means of rejoining his proper station, the neces ary transportation from Havana to Matanzas, Cuba, the cost thereof to be reported to his troop commander in order that the same may be charged against the soldier on the next muster and pay roll of his troop. 3. The leave of absence for seven (7) days granted Captain Curtis B. Hoppin, 2d U. S. Cavalry, in Special Orders No. 101, current series, Headquarters Santa Clara Barracks, Cuba, is hereby extended twenty-three (23) days. 4. Post Quartermaster Sergeant lill Edwards, U.S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty at the clothing depot atMarianao and will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival iereat to the Commanding General. Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, for assignment to duty in the office of the Depot Quartermaster at that point. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 5. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Private William G. Merrill, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now at Quemados, will proceed to Guanajay, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Signal Officer, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for duty in connection with the telegraph service of the Island. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Merrill, while engaged in the performance of the duty assigned him, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way.

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6. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Captain James S. llichael, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers. 7. During the absence of Major Abiel L. Smith, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Army, Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division, and Major Oliver E. Wood, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, ('hief Commissary of Subsistence, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio) on leave, Captain Philip ihothersill, Assistant Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, (Chief Cornmissary of Subsistence, Department of Havana) will, in addition to his present duties, perform those pertaining to the Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division. 8. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Captain James T Dean, 10th U. S. Infantry, aide de camp. 9. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Major Robert M. O'Reilly, Surgeon, U. S. Army, Chief Surgeon of the Division. 10. Captain James B. Hickey, 8th U. S. Cavalry, now in this city, will proceed to Ceiba Mocha, Cuba, and make a thorough inspection of the operation and condition of the two (2) relief farms established at that point under the auspices of the Cuban Industrial Relief Fund,_ upon completion of which duty, Captain mickey will return to his proper station, Havana. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjtait General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, .HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 119. Havana, August 22, 1899. 1. By direction of the Secretary of War, Captains Charles L Furtnshand Thomas R. lat'sihall, Assistant Surgeons, U. S. Volunteers, are hereby relieved from duty in this Division and will proceed to New York City, New York, reporting upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2 Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private De Laney Cleveland, Jr., Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby detailed as Acting Hospital Steward, and will report to the Chief Surgeon, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for assignment to duty. 3. Acting Assistant Surgeon Charles 1. Craig, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 37, Special Orders No. 173, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is assigned to the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, and will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General of that department, for duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Upon the recoinnendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Acting Assistant Surgeon H. L. Taylor, U. S. Army, in hereby relieved from further duty in the Department of Havana and will report without delay to the commanding officer, [. S. Military Hospital No 1, in this city, for duty. 3. During the absence on leave of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Major 1. Fitzih gh Carter, Surgeon, U. S. Army, will, in addition to his other duties, perform those of Chief Surgeon of the Division. 6. Captain Alexander N. Stark, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from further duty on the hospital ship Terry '' and will report to Major ll Fitzhutgh Carter, Surgeon, U. S Army, for assignment to duty at IT. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city. 7. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Hamilton D. Sullivan, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty in connection with the telephone and telegraph service of Havana and vicinity, from and including August 16,

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1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 8. The following-named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to their respective troop and company commanders, for duty, to wit: Sergeant Major John L. Brisbin, 3d squadron, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Milo J. Sallies, troop E, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private William Stine, troop E, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Augustus A. Moore, troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Joseph Watson, troop G. 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Harry Bryant, company B, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Arthur A. Peters, company B, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Frank L. Brooks, company C, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Philip Schiwarer, company C, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Howard White, company D, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Wilmer W. Wood, company D, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private George Rogers, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 9. Hospital Steward Patrick O'Neil and Private Ernest Ware, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, having been relieved from duty on the U. S. hospital ship "Trerry", under orders from the Secretary of War, and having reported at these headquarters, are assigned to U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to the commanding officer of that hospital, for duty. 10. The leave of absence for one (1) month granted Captain Abraham P. Buffington, 1st U. S. Infantry, in paragraph 3, Special Orders No. 133, current series, Headquarters, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, is hereby changed to leave of absence on surgeon's certificate of disability, and permission is granted him to apply to the Adjutant General of the Army for an extension of one (1) month. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adiv/ant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVIsION OF CUBA, No. 120. f Havana, August 24, 1899. 1. Recruit William Hank, 8th U. S. Cavalry, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for temporary assignment to the 7th U. S. Cavalry. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 2. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Ed. Toomey, troop D, 7th U. S. Cavalry, now on duty as messenger at the Headquarters, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, from and including August 22, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty in that department, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 3. Acting Assistant Surgeon E. TV. Fowler, U. S Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with memorandum orders from the Adjutant Generalof the Army, dated Washington, August 18, 1899, is assigned to U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, and will report to the commanding officer of that hospital, for duty. 4. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now engaged in the work of disinfecting Cabafa and other places in Havana, from and including August 15, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty in that department, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, on account of the necessity of keeping them isolated from other troops, to wit: Acting Hospital Steward J. J. Crauford; Private James L. Murphy; Private Harry G. Alakin; Private Samuel B. Wootring. 5. Veterinary Surgeon Daniel Le May, 7th U. S. Cavalry

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.4 now at Quemados, Cuba, will proceed to this city, reporting upon arrival thereat to Major Tasker U. Bliss, Subsistence Department, U. S. Army, Collector of Customs for Cuba, for temporary duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6, The orders of the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, directing Captain Frederick S. Foltz, 2d U. S. Cavalry, to proceed from Matanzas to Havana, Cuba, and return to Matanzas, are confirmed as necessary for thFI public service. 7. By direction of the Secretary of War, Major Franklin A. lleacham, Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, is hereby relieved from duty in this Division, and will proceed to New York City, New York, reporting by telegraph upon arrival thereat to the Adjutant General of the Army for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOIC: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 121. } Havana, August 29, 1899. 1. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Private Leon C. Baker, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry, en route to join his regiment, the necessary transportation from Havana to Pinar del Rio, Cuba. 2. Major Otto Becker Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 42, Special Orders No. 176, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for station under his orders at Cienfuegos, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Acting Assistant Surgeons Hugh L. Taylor, Donald P. .Me. Cord, Willian E. de Salazar and James A. Alexander are hereby relieved from duty in this Division and will proceed to New York City, New York, reporting upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army, for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant William Bramstedt, troop F, 7th U. S. Cavalry, now on duty as Acting Post Quartermaster Sergeant, in the office of the Quartermaster at Columbia Barracks, Quemados, Cuba, from and including August 23, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 5. Private James TIC O'Brien, company A, 1st U. S. Infantry, now in this city, absent without leave from his company, will be sent under guard by the Commanding General, Department of Havana, to his proper station, Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, the cost thereof to be reported to his company commander, in order that the same may be charged against the soldier on the next muster and pay roll of his company.

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6. Privates Edward E. Stedman and James A. Abbott, company F, 8th U. S. Infantry, are hereby relieved from duty in the Department of Havana, and will proceed to Columbia Barracks Quemados Cuba reporting upon arrival thereat to their company commander, for duty. The Quartermaster's Departmeiit will furnish the necessary transportation. 7. Paragraph 6, Special Orders No. 96, current series, these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 8. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Conrad Henzmann, company E, 5th U. S. Infantry, now on duty as messenger and orderly at Headquarters, Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, from and including August 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty in that department, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impractcable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 9. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Private Frederick A. Appenfelder, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now at Quemados, Cuba, will proceed to this city, reporting upoii arrival thereat to Lieutenant f. M. Talbott, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Disbursing Officer, for duty in connection with the telegraph service in this city. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and will provide suitable quarters for this soldier, at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Appenfelder from and including August 29, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of the duty assigned him in this city, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 10. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Paymaster of the Division, the following assignment of paymaster s is announced for the payment of troops on muster of August 31, 1899, to wit: Major James B. Houston, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, all troops stationed at Matanzas and Cirdenas, Cuba;

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Major James 1. Dawes, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, all troops stationed at Pinar del Rio and Guanajay, as well as the headquarters and troops of the 7th U. S. Cavalry stationed at Camp Columbia, Cuba; Major Otto Becker, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, all troops stationed at Cienfuegos, Paso Caballo, Santa Clara, Placetas, Caibarien, Sagna fa Grande, Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus, and Ciego de Avila, Cuba; Major John R. Lynch, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, the 2d U. S. Artillery and the 8th U. S. Infantry, stationed at Camp Columbia and in, or near the city of Havana, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and, when practicable, will ship by express the funds required for these payments, together with chests and field safes necessary for their safe keeping. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MA.IOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPEcIAL ORmEs, HEAUQUARTERS DViSION OF CUBA, No. 122. Havana, Angut 31, 1899. 1. First Lieutenant Charles M. Castle, 16th U. S. Infantry, aide de camp, is hereby appointed mustering officer at these headquarters. 2. Mr. Orville Benson, late 1st Lieutenant, 2d U. S. Volunteer Engineers, having been mustered out of service to date April 23, 1899, under the provisions of General Orders No. 54, current series, Headquarters of the Army, is entitled to travel allowances for the land travel from Savannah, Georgia, to Fort Sheridan, Illinois, and to free transportation by government transport from Cuba to the United States, until April 23, 1900. 3. Lieutenant Colonel Charles A. Dempsey, 1st U. S. Infantry, now at Pinar del Rio, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, so as to arrive at that point on the morning of September 4, 1899, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, as a witness in the court-martial of Captain Frederick 1. Ian Lie, 2d U. S. Infantry. When no longer required before the court, Colonel Dempsey will rejoin his proper station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Captain John STfjord, 8th U. S. Infantry. 5. So much of paragraph 10, Special Orders No. 48, current series, these headquarters, as relates toPrivate A. M. L. Collison, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby amended to read Private William L. Collision, Signal Corps, U.S. Army. 6. Ipon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Surgemn of the Division, the following named enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now at Columbia Barracks, Quemados, Cuba, will proceed to this city reporting upon arrival thereat to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, for drill and instruction. Private John Barstead, Private Pa al Conring, Private Charles J. Doddls,. Private Mi1chael J. Farrell, Private Al]f~re Ilincman Private Joies Jilrt Hilld'brat, Private John J. Holmes,

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Private John E. James, Private Newton E. James, Private William i1imcrtey. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 7. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Acting Hospital Steward Richard T. Eda ards, U. S. Army, is hereby discharged the service of the United States. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. 8. The following-named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to the points indicated, reporting upon arrival to their respective troop and company commanders, for duty, to wit: Trumpeter George A. Miller, troop E, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private .11. Hartl, troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Sergeant Joseph Smidt, company K, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Charles A. Herbert, company B, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private John Murphy, company B, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio,. Cuba; Private Cornelius C. Coyle, company C, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private William E. Lamb, company E, 1st U. S. Infantry, Guanajay, Cuba; Private John Hawkes, company F, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private John T. Marshall, company F, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Charles iW. Gray, company K, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 9. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Lon A. Tarpi/, company D, 2d U. S. Infantry, is hereby traisferred to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the surgeon in charge at Rowell Barracks, Paso Caballo, Cuba, for assignment to duty.

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10. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to visit the United States and to apply to the Adjutant General of the Army for an extension of two (2) months, is hereby granted 2d Lieutenant Leon B. Kromer, 10th U. S. Cavalry. BY COMMAND OF MAJoR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, l HEADQUARTERS D DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 123. f Havana, September 2, 1899. 1. The first battalion, consisting of companies A, B, C and D, is hereby designated as the depot battalion of the 1st U. S. Infantry. By authority of the Secretary of War, the following transfer of officers of the 1st U. S. Infantry are made, to wit: Captain Charles G. Starr, from company F to company B; Captain William 31. Swaine, from company B to company E; Captain Everett E. Benjamin, from company E to company A; Captain Charles E. Taynan, from company A to company F; First Lieutenant Hiram Mc L. Powell, from company A to company G; First Lieutenant Jacques de L. Lafitte, from company G to company I; First Lieutenant George L. Byroade, from company I to company A; First Lieutenant Lambert U. Jordan, Jr., from company H to company B; First Lieutenant Daniel G. Berry, from company L to company D; First Lieutenant Edward E. Downes, from company B to company H; Second Lieutenant Walter G. Penfield, from company D to company G. 2. The third battalion, consisting of companies I, K, L and M, 8th U. S. Infantry, is hereby designated as the depot battalion of that regiment. By authority of the Secretary of War, 2d Lieutenant Clarence B. Smith, 8th U. S. Infantry, is transferred from company L to company B. 3. The depot battalions of the 1st and 8th U. S. Infantry will proceed by the U. S. transport "Buford" from Havana, Cuba, to New York City, New York, upon arrival at which point the battalion of the 1st Infantry will proceed to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and the battalion of the 8th Infantry to Fort Snelling, Minnessota, for station. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, the Subsistence Department proper rations and the Medical Department the necessary medicines and medical attendance.

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4. The following named enlisted men of the 8th U. S. Infantry, now in confinement at Fort Cabana, Havana, Cuba, will be turned over to the depot battalion of that regiment, with all papers and property belonging to them and to the United States, in their possession, just prior to the embarkation of that battalion for the United States. They will be held as prisoners and will serve their respective sentences at the new post of the battalion, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to wit: Private Benjamin F. Hagerty, company I; Private Thomas Beaver, company K; Private Ernest Kaiser, company K; Private Charles Iraus, company K; Private John .Ritz, company K; Private George Clinger, company L; Private Paul Barc, company M; Private Will L. Harris, company M; Private John Sc/oltz, company M; Private John J. Seeny, company M; Private Thomas Thornton, company 21; Private Alexander Prager, company M. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and the Subsistence Department proper rations for the necessary number of day. 5. The following named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to their respective troop and company commanders for duty, to wit: Private Louis 0. Huff, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Frank Drake, troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Tilliam Rochford, troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Henry C.Phelan, troop I, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private _rank Howarth, troop I, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private C. E. Robinson, troop I, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private larry Palmatier, company A, 1st U. S. Infantry. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 6. The second battalion, consisting of companies E, F, G and H, is. hereby designated as the depot battalion of the 2d U. S. Infantry. By authority of the Secretary of War, the following transfer of officers of the 2d U. S. Infantry are made, to

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Captain Frank B. lfc. Coy, from company F to company B; Captain Frederick T. Van Liew, from company B to company F; Captain Thomas H. Wilson, from company E to company L; Captain Charles H. Muir, from regimental staff to company E; First Lieutenant illiam 0. Johnson, from regimental staff to company H; First Lieutenant George C. Martin, from company H to company K; Second Lieutenant Llewellyn T. Oliver, from company H to company K; Second Lieutenant Robert H. ITTesteott, from company F to company M; Second Lieutenant James T. Tfatson, from company E to company B. 7. The third battalion, consisting of companies I, K, L and M, 10th U. S. Infantry, is hereby designated as the depot battalion of that regiment. By authority of the Secretary of War, the following transfer of officers of the 10th U. S. Infantry are made, to wit: Captain Ienry Kirby, from company M to company C; Captain Harry E. Wilkins, from company C to company M; Captain Edward H. Plun ier, from company B to company L; First Lieutenant Troman 0. iliurphy, from company E to company C; First Lieutenant George J. Iolden, from company H to company D; First Lieutenant G. Soulard Turner, from company M to company E; Second Lieutenant Eleutheros I. Cooke, from company M to company D; Second Lieutenant Joel R. Lee, from company K to company A. S. The depot battalions of the 2d and 10th U. S. Infantry will proceed by the first available U. S. transport to New York City, New York, upon arrival at which point the battalion of the 2d Infantry will proceed to Fort Thomas, Kentucky, and the battalion of the 10th Infantry to Fort Crook, Nebraska, for station. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, the Subsistence Department proper

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rations and the Medical Department the necessary medicine and medical attendance. 9. Major .C. Wyeth, Surgeon, U. S. Army, in charge of the medical supply depot, Havana, Cuba, will perform the duties of Assistant Quartermaster and Commissary of Subsistence pertaining to the same. 10. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Quartermaster of the Division, Post Quartermaster Sergeant William Reilley, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty at the clothing depot in the city of Havana and will proceed to Camp Columbia, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to Captain George L. Goodale, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 124. Havana, September 5, 1899. 1. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Private Jesse G. Strickenburg, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, will proceed from Quemados to Rincon, Cuba, and take station at that point as telegraph operator. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per mouth. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Stricken burg, Nvhile engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 2. The verbal orders io Major Otto Becker, Paymaster U. S. Volunteers, August 28, 1899, to take station in the City of Havana, Cuba, pending assignment to station, is confirmed. 3. The board of officerss convened by paragraph 6, Special Orders No. 90, current series, these headquarters, is hereby dissolved. 4. A board of officers, to consist of: Captain Alexander N. Stark, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army; First Lieutenant Leigh A. Puller, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army; First Lieutenant Carl R. Darnall, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army; is hereby appointed to meet at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, at ten o'clock a. m., Friday, September 8, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, for the piurpose of examining such applicants as may appear before it. The board will be governed by regulations prescribed by, and render its report to, the Chief Surgeon of the Division. 5. So much of paragraph 5, Special Orders No. 116, current series, these headquarters, as relates to Private Edwin 1I. Tobin, is hereby amended to read Private Edward M. tobin, Signal Corps, U. S. Army. 6. Caplain Guy C. .11. Godfrey, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A rmy, is temporarily relieved from duty in the Depart ment of Havana, and will proceed to Quenados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for

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assignment to duty at Pinar del Rio during the absence of Major Jilliam F. de Niedeman, Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. So much of paragraph 10, Special Orders No. 121, current series, these headquarters, as relates to Major Otto Becker, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, is hereby amended to read as follows, viz: Major Otto Becker, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, in person, at Cienfuegos, Paso Caballo, Santa Clara, Placetas, Caibarien and Sagua la Grande, Cuba; and in currency shipped by express, at Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus and Ciego de Avila, Cuba. 8. Upon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Signal Officer of the Division, 1st Lieutenant Jilliam DL Talbott, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is hereby appointed Acting Assistant Quartermaster for the Signal Corps in the Division of Cuba. 9. A board of survey, to consist of: Captain Mledorem Cranford, 2d U. S. Artillery; Captain Ormond M. Lissak, Ord nance Departmen t, U. S. Army, Chief Ordnance Officer of the Division; Second Lieutenant Ebjjal B. Ilartindale, Jr., 2d U. S. Artillery; is appointed to meet at the medical supply depot; Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. in., Friday, September 8, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for a shortage found to exist in a shipment of medical supplies invoiced on May 31, 1899. by Lieutenant Colonel Juslus 2. Brown, Deputy Surgeon General, U. S. Army, Medical Supply Officer, New York City, New York, to Havana, Cuba, and for which Major iL '. Wyeth, Surgeon, U. S. Army, Medical Supply Officer of the Division, is responsible. 10. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation from this city to Trinidad, Cuba, for Commissary Sergeant Daniel A. H. Bolster, U. S. Army, en route from Fort Hamilton, New York, to that station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJoR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DiVISION OF CUBA, No. 125. S Havana, September 6, 1899. 1. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation from this city to Puerto Principe, Cuba, for Commissary Sergeant Louis Ueberwald, 8th U. S. Cavalry, en route from Fort Hamilton, New York, to that station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Chaplain Samuel I1. Bell, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 33, Special Orders No. 131, current series, Headquarters of the Army, will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for duty at Camp Columbia. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Commissary Sergeant Daniel A. H. Ktolster, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters en route from Fort Hamilton, New York, to Trinidad, Cuba, in compliance with Special Orders No. 169. current series, Fort Hamilton, New York, and no subsistence having been furnished him under the order quoted, the Subsistence Department will commute his rations in advance at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day for two (2) days, while he is in this city awaiting transportation to his destination, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 4. Commissary Sergeant Louis Ueberrcdd, 8th U. S. Cavalry, having reported at these headquarters en route from Fort Hamilton, New York, to Puerto Principe, Cuba, in compliance with Special Orders No. 169, current series, Fort hamilton, New York, and no subsistence having been furnished him under the order quoted, the Subsistence Departnent will commute his rations in advance at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day for five (5) days, while he is in this city awaiting transportation to his destination, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 5. Upon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Sutrgeon of the Division, Private Joha Nicotly, Iospital Corps, U. -S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty with the 3d U. S. Artillery in the Department of Havana, and will report to the Medical Supply Officer of the Division at the Piroteenia, Havana, Cuba, for assignment.

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6. Under Army Regulations 469, the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, will send to the Government Hospital for the Insane in the District of Columbin, with the depot battalion, 8th U. S. Infantry, and under guard to be furnished therefrom, Privates Gilbert S. Orounse, company F, 7th U. S. Cavalry, and Howard Covey, company C, 8th U. S. Infantry, now patients in U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, and pronounced insane after proper medical examination. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation, and the Subsistence Department proper rations for the necessary number of days. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. The third battalion, consisting of cmnpani 's I, K, L and 14, 5th U. S. Infantry, is hereby dQsignated as the depot battalion of that regime ent. By authority of the Secretary of War, the following transfer of officers of the 5th U. S. Infantry are made, to wit: Captain Joseph 31. T. Partello, from con pany K to company E; Captain William I. C. Bowen, from company E to company K; Captain Tatter 1. Chatfield, from company L to company B; Captain Samuel UT. Miller, from company B to company L; Second Lieutenant John Jf. Thright, from compaiy I to company B; Second Lieutenant Paul H. JicCooh, from company B to company I. 8. The depot battalion of the 5th U. S. Infantry will proceed by the first available U. S. transport to New York City, New York, upon arrival at which point it will proceed to Fort Sheridan, Illinois, for station. TheQuartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, the Subsistence Department proper rations and the Medical Department the necessary medicine and medical attendance. 9. By direction of the Secretary of War, Major Win frid Trnball, Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, is hereby relieved from duty in this Division and will proceed to New York City, New York, reporting upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army, for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public Fervice.

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10. Upon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Private .A. P. MC carthy, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now. at Quemados, Cuba, will proceed to this city, reporting upon arrival thereat to Lieutenant William Of. Talbott, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer in charge of the Havana telegraph office, for duty in connection with the telegraph service in this city. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private McCarthy, while engaged in the performance of this duty in the Department of Havana, at the rate of one dolJar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistencein any other way. 11. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Frank 11. Hartley, company G, 8th U.S. Infantry, ishereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to Captain Edward B. Lives, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Offcer, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, at Quemados, Cuba, for assignment to duty. By COMMAND or MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjy'tant General,

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERs DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 126. 5 Havana, September 8, 1899. 1. Upon the recommendation of the Surgeon General, U. S. Army, the following named officers, enlisted men and civilian employees of the Quartermaster's Department, now sick at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, will be sent to New York City, New York, on the U. S. transport "Buford'' for transfer to the General Hospital at Fort Hamilton, New York, to wit: First Lieutenant Herschel Tupes, 1st U. S. Infantry; Sergeant Michael Flaherty, troop A, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Lawrence Massey, troop A, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private John C. Wade, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Otis 31. hff, troop D, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private John TV. Strickland, troop E, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Henry Lamke, troop E, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Michael A. Fay, troop K, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Charles Boyd, troop K, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Raymond F. Ennist, troop M, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Corporal John D. Pillsbury, battery G, 2d U. S. Artillery; Private Philip F. Murphy, battery F, 2d U. S. Artillery; Private Joseph A. Stinger, battery L, 2d U. S. Artillery; Corporal Owen Place, company H, 1st U. S. Infantry; Artificer Joseph Reeves, company F, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Augustus M. Keenum, company C, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Edgar E. Lare, company E, 1st U: S. Infantry; Private Jeremiah Boran, company E, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Joseph Sheridan, company M, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Dayton A. Woods, company M, 1st U.S. Infantry; Private James Harris, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army; Mr. Harry Shilling, civilian employee, Quartermaster's Department; Mr. Roy K. Murray, civilian employee, Quartermaster's Department; Mr. Michael Ryan, civilian employee, Quartermaster's Department. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and the Subsistence Department will provide proper rations. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permissionto visit the United States and to apply to the Adjutant General of the Army

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for an extension of one (1) month, is hereby granted 1st Lieutenant Lambert TV. Jordan, Jr., 1st U. S. Infantry. 3. Under telegraphic authority of the Secretary of War, dated Washington, April 17, 1899, Corporal Geoffrey C. Elwes, company B, 10th U. S. Infantry, will be discharged the service of the United States under the provisions of General Orders No. 40, series 1898, Headquarters of the Army. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. 4. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the following named enlisted men of the 2d U. S. Artillery, now on duty as storekeepers and check clerks for construction work now in progress at Cabanas, from and including September 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it h'vving been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Sergeant Walter H. Fish, battery E; Corporal Edwin Garrison, battery K. 5. Second Lieutenant George TV. Moses, 3d U. S. Cavalry, having reported at these headquarters as aide de camp to Brigadier General Adna R. Chaffee, U. S. Volunteers, Chief of Staff, will take station in Havana, Cuba, from September 6, 1899. 6. Second Lieutenant Abraham G. Lott, 8th U. S. Cavalry, having reported from sick leave, is assigned to temporary duty at Camp Columbia, and will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for furthers orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. The following-named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to their respective troop, company and detachment commanders for duty, to wit: Private Michael J. Darsy, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Elmer E. Maley, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private George F. Deltz, troop E, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Lebanon Kimes, Jr., troop I, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Sergeant William P. Devow, company K, 1st U. S. Infantry;

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PrivateFrank A. Tatro, company H, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Willis 11. Baker, company F, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private George Miller, company K, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private William Peterson, company K, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Daniel Hood, company M, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private George Rickerson, company M, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Thomas R. Kane, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army; Private John TV. Pritchard, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army; The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 8. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the followingnamed enlisted men of the 5th U. S. Infantry, now on duty at the Headquarters, Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, from and including the dates set opposite their respective names, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Corporal Cephas Shults, company H; from April 27, 1899, to July 27, 1899, and from August 1, 1899; Private Walter Buchanan, company E; from April 21, 1899, to July 27, 1899, and from August 1, 1899; Private Philip J. Falvey, company G; from August 1, 1899; Private Theodore Singer, company G; from August 1, 1899; Private Joseph TV. May, company G; from August 1, 1899; Private William iV. Heaps, company M; from August 1, 1899. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, 1 HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 127. 5 Havana, September 12, 1899. 1. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation from this city to Matanzas, Cuba, for Recruit Henry Klusmeier, 10th U. S. Infantry, en route from San Francisco, California, to that point, in compliance with Special Order No. 161, General Recruiting Station San Francisco. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Recruits Karl Krautter and Jerome Patterson, now in this city, en route from San Francisco, California, to join the 11th U. S. Infantry, in compliance with Special Order No. 161, General Recruiting Station, San Francisco, the necessary transportation from Havana, Cuba, to San Juan, Porto Rico, the station of their regiment. 3. So much of paragraph 4, Special Orders No. 123, current series, these headquarters, as directs the prisoners therein referred to, to serve out their respective sentences at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, is hereby amended to read Fort Snelling, Minnesota. 4. Upon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Surgeon of the Division, the following named officers and enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, are hereby designated to accompany the depot battalions of the 1st and 8th U. S. Infantry on the U. S. transport "Buford" to the United States, to wit: Battalion, 1st Infantry: Major William F. de Niedeman, Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers; Hospital Steward S. D. Lauer, U. S. Army; Private John L. Ryan, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army. Battalion, 8th Infantry: Acting Assistant Surgeon H. C. Aloses, U. S. Army; Private Hugh E. Bonnoitt, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army; Private Mathew S. Geer, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army; Private Julius P. Greenwald, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army; Private Hugo Muller, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and the Subsistence Department proper rations. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.

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5. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private John G. F. Knust, company B, 5th U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the commanding officer, yellow fever hospital, Santiago de Cuba, for assignment to duty. 6. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the following-named enlisted men of the 1st U. S. Infantry, now in this city, the necessary transportation from Havana, Cuba, to the points indicated, the proper stations of their respective companies, to wit: Private James Gill, company E; Guanajay, Cuba; Private Tilliam J. Johvson company E; Guanajay, Cuba ; Private Charles Calhoun, company M; Pinar del Rio, Cuba. 7. Lieutenant Charles S. TUllace, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, will, under instructions from the Secretary of War, proceed without delay, to New York City, New York, reporting upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army, for further orders. Lieutenant ITWllace will comply with the above order via Havana, Cuba, in order to enable him to settle his accounts with the Auditor of the Island. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. From August 1, 1899, the station of Captain Morton J. henry, Assistant Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, is announced as at Nuevitas, Cuba, during the prevalence of yellow fever at Puerto Principe. He will make not to exceed six (6) trips per month to Puerto Principe, and return to Nuevitas, on business pertaining to his department. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. The commanding officer, U. S. troops, on board the transport "Buford", bound from Uavana, Cuba, to New York City, New York, will furnish a guard of one (1) officer and the requisite number of non-commissioned officers and privates to guard two consignments of specie, one from the Postal Department to the Sub-Treasurer, New York, and one from the North American Trust Company, for deposit with their New York house. On arrival in New York, the guard will accompany the funds of the Postal Department to the place of deposit. Messrs. Neely and TWatson, of the Postal Department, will have direct charge of this

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consignment; that from the North American Trust Company will be under the control of the commanding officer of the troops on board the transport, until arrival at New York, when it will be taken charge of by an agent of the company. 10. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Private Guy C. Hagerman, company I, 5th U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the Signal Officer, Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, for assignment to duty. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 128. Havana, September 14, 1899. 1. Upon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Signal Officer of the Division, 1st Class Private Scott Brown, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now at Puerto Principe, will proceed to Victoria de las Tunas, Cuba, and take station at that point as telegraph operator. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will rent suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Brown, while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 2. Upon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Mr. I. C. Sh-trone, civilian telegraph operator, now at Victoria de las Tunas, will proceed to Puerto Principe, Cuba, and take station at that point as telegraph operator. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessarv transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Ifeadquarters of the Army, Privates Frederick L. ]Minor and Andrew S. Donnan, H >spital Corps, U. S. Army, are hereby detailed as Acting Hospital Stewards, to date from September 9, 1899. 4. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private David F. Kelley, company B, 5th U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the surgeon at Songo, Cuba, for assignment to duty. 5. rhe following-named enlisted men, now at U. S. Miitary Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to the points indicated, reporting upon arrival thereat to their respective troop and company commanders for duty, to wit: Private Otto E. Bender, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Harry O'Neill, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba;

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Private William Rochford, troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Edward Boles, troop I, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private James Franks, 8th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private John McNatt, company F, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private David Smith, company M, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Bert Berg, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 6. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation from this city to Matanzas, Cuba, for Private Paul Eckart, company B, 10th U. S. Infantry, absent from his station without leave and without means to rejoin the same. The cost of transportation to be reported to his company commander in order that it may be charged against the soldier on the next pay roll of his company. 7. The following-named enlisted men of the 7th U. S. Cavalry, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, havana, Cuba, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to the points indicated, reporting upon arrival thereat to their respective troop commanders for duty, to wit: Private George P. Durrell, troop B; Quemados, Cuba; Private George Hackett, troop E; Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private George W. Triggs, troop M; Quemados, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 8. Under Army Regulations 110, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation from this city to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, for Private George H. Bates, company K, 1st U. S. Infantry, a soldier returning from furlough without means to rejoin his proper station; the cost thereof to be reported to his company commander in order that the same may be charged against the soldier on the next pay roll of his company. 9. By direction of the Secretary of War, Major Ernest Hinds, 49th U. S. Volunteer Infantry, (1st Lieutenant 2d U. S. Artillery) and Major Sedgwick Rice, 48th U. S. Volunteer Infantry, (1st Lieutenant 7th U. S. Cavalry) are reliev-

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ed from duty in this Division, and will proceed to New York City, New York, reporting upon arrival thereat by telegraph to the Adjutant General of the Army for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish transportation from this city to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, for Private Joseph Krebs, company B, 1st U. S. Infantry. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 129. HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, Havana, September 15, 1899. 1 Upon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Corporal Charles A. Smith and Private Eugene F. Walters, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now at Quemados, will proceed to Guines, Cuba, taking station at that point as telegraph operator and lineman, respectively. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and will provide suitable quarters for these soldiers at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Corporal Smith and Private Walters, while engaged in the performance of theirrespective duties at Giines, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 2. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Otto H. Horning, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby detailed as Acting Hospital Steward, to date from September 8, 1899, and is assigned to Placetas Barracks, Cuba, for duty. 3. M ijor James B. Hickey, Assistant Aljirant General, U. S. Volunteers, having reported to the Division Commander, is assigned to duty as Assistant Adjutant General, Division of Cuba, with station at Havana. 4. The following-named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to the points indicated, reporting upon arrival thereat to their respective troop and company commanders for duty, to wit: Private Homer Stevens, troop A, Quemados, Cuba; 7th U. S. Cavalry, Private Alfred B. Crawford, troop A, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Quemados, Cuba; Private Harry O'Neill, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Edward R. Price, troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private William C. Kline, company E, 1st U. S. Infantry, Guanajay, Cuba; Private Charles J. McCaffrey, company F, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba;

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Private John AcKnait, company F, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private John F. Mc Coy, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba. Private David Smith, company M, 1st U. S. Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 5. Upon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Surgeon of the Division, Private --Heidel, troop D, 2d U. S. Cavalry, now at Matanzas, Cuba, will be sent to this city, upon arrival at which point he will report in person to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, for treatment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 6. The commanding officer of the depot battalion, 2d U. S. Infantry, on board the U. S. transport "McPherson,'' will detail a guard of one (1) commissioned officer and the necessary non-commissioned officers and privates to take charge of and protect a shipment of specie being made by the North American Trust Company to New York City, New York, upon arrival at which point the specie will either be turned over to an agent of the company, who will present proper authority for the same, or, if found necessary, the guard will protect the shipment to the vaults of the company in New York City. Receipts will be taken for the number of packages, which receipts will be mailed to these headquarters. 7. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to apply to the Adjutant General of the Army for an extension of two (2) weeks and to leave the limits of this Division, is hereby granted Major Eugene F. Ladd, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Treasurer of the Island of Cuba. 8. The following named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to the points indicated, reporting upon arrival thereat to their respective troop commanders for duty, to wit: Sergeant William G. Kite, troop G, 2d U. S. Cavalry, Matanzas, Cuba; Private B. .Nichols, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba.

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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 9. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Recruit Edward H. Fringer, 11th U. S. Infantry, now in this city, en route to join his regiment in pursuance of Special Order No. 166, General Recruiting Station, San Francisco, California, the necessary transportation from Havana, Cuba, to San Juan, Porto Rico. 10. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Paymaster of the Division, the following changes in the stations and duties of officers of the Pay Department, now serving in the Division, are announced, viz: Major Herbert .Lord, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, now at Havana, Cuba, will report in person to the Commanding General, Department of Havana, as Chief Paymaster of that department. Major James W. Dawes, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, now at Quemados, Cuba, will report in person to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, as Chief Paymaster of that department. Major Thaddeus P. Varney, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, now in Havana, will proceed to Puerto Principe, Cuba, for station, and wil pay the troops stationed at Nuevitas and Puerto Principe on the muster of August 31, 1899. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and, when practicable, will ship by express the funds necessary for these payments, together with the chests and field safes necessary for their safe keeping. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General,

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SPECIAL ORDERS, ) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 130. 1 Havana, September 21, 1899. 1 Colonel Edward 1ioale, 15th U. S. Infantry, having completed the duty required by paragraph 9, Special Orders No. 91, current series, these headquarters, will proceed from Havana to Puerto Principe, Cuba, his proper station. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Private Patrick A. Stack, company E, 10th U. S. Infantry, will be discharged the service of the United States under the provisions of General Orders No. 40, series of 1898, Headquarters of the Army. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. 3. Private Edward Busick. troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to histroop commander, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 4. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Captain Lucien Young, U. S. Navy, Captain of the Port, Havana, Cuba. 5. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted 1st Lieutenant E. J. Timberlake, Jr., 2d U. S. Artillery. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will coinute the rations of Sergeant Ilarry A. ifoughton, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty at Nuevitas, Cuba, in connection with the telegraph service of the Island, from and including July 18, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty at that point, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 7. Private William Siheebeck, company F, 10th U. S. Infantry, now in this city without leave, will be sent to Matanzas, Cuba, the station of his company. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, the cost thereof to be reported to his

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company commander in order that it may be charged against the soldier on the next pay roll of his company. 8. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the following named enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, having passed a satisfactory examination before the board of officers convened by paragraph 4, Special Orders No 124, current series, these headquarters, are hereby detailed as acting hospital stewards, effective from the date indicated opposite their respective names, and will report to the Chief Surgeon of the Division for assignment, to wit: Private John Baigent, September 16, 1899; Private LeGare J. LaMar, September 16, 1899; Private William S. Naylor, September 18, 1899; Private Robert T. Gooding, September 18, 1899; Private William .Arnold, September 18, 1899; Private John S. Fair, September 19, 1899; Private Samuel M. Crume, September 19, 1899. 9. Private George L. Tf7ebber, battery A, 2d U. S. Artillery, is hereby detailed on special duty as messenger at Headquarters, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, and will report to the Adjutant General of that department for orders. 10. Private Harry Conklin, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry, an alleged deserter, now in this city, will be sent under proper guard by the Commanding General Department of Havana, to the station of his company, Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, the cost thereof to be reported to his com pany commander in order that the same may be charged against the soldier on the next muster and pay roll of his company. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS,) HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 131. 5 Havana, September 25, 1899. 1. The first battalion, consisting of batteries B, C, D and E, 2d U. S. Artillery, is hereby designated as the depot battalion of that regiment. By authority of the Secretary of War, the following transfer of officers of the 2d U. S. Artillery are made, to wit: Captain Ephraim T. C. Richmond, from battery M to battery B; Captain John TV Ruckman, from battery B to battery M; First Lieutenant Arthur TV. Chase, from battery E to battery G; First Lieutenant Charles F. Parker, from battery G to battery E; Second Lieutenant Clifton C. Carter, from battery D to battery G; Second Lieutenant Michael .McDonough, from battery G to battery D; Second Lieutenant William W. Hamilton, from battery C to battery K. The commanding officer, 2d U. S. Artillery, will at once transfer to the active battalions such enlisted men of the depot battalion as are fit for service in the tropics, and from the active battalions to the depot battalion men unfitted by reason of sickness or disease for such service. The transfer of officers and enlisted men will be made without delay, and report will be submitted when the depot battalion is in readiness to embark for the United States. 2. Upon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Surgeon of the Division, Captain Alexander .Stark, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, and will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment to duty. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Upon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Surgeon of the Division, the following named Acting Assistant Surgeons, U. S. Army, now on duty at the points indicated opposite their respective names, will proceed to Santiago de Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, for assignment, to wit:

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A. -. F. de Ybarra, Trinidad, Cuba; E. F. Cabada, Santa Clara, Cuba; Luis Ros, Cairdenas, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Musician Arthur C. ialick, company B, 10th U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the Signal Officer, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Malick, while engaged in the performance of the duty assigned him, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 5. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Corporal James C. Ashley, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry, now on special duty as train guard, from-and including September 17, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 6. Captain Edward B. Ives, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps. will, in addition to his present duties, perform those of Chief Signal Officer of the Division during the absence of Colonel Henry H. C. Dunwoody, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, Chief Signal Officer. Captain Ives will relieve Captain Samnel Reber, Signal Corps, U. S. Volunteers, now Acting Chief Signal Oflicer at these headquarters, receipting to him for all public property and funds for which he is responsible. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. In order to enable him to comply with paragra ph 28, Special Orders No. 211, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Captain Samuel Reber, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, is hereby relieved from further duty in this Division, and will proceed without delay to Governor's Island, New York Harbor, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the East, for duty as Signal Officer in that department. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.

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8. Upon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Surgeon of the Division, Acting Assistant Surgeon H. L. Brown, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, and will proceed to Ciego de Avila, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat by letter to the Chief Surgeon of the District of Puerto Principe, for assignment to duty at that point. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. Ipon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Signal Officer of the Division, Sergeant Murray P. More, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now at Quemados, will proceed to Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, taking station at that point as lineman on the military telegraph lines. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per monch. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Jlforen, while engaged in the performance of this duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 10. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will connute the rations of Private William Kahle, company C, 5th U. S. Infantry, from April 28, 1899, to June 14, 1899, both dates inclusive, during which time he was on duty at Headquarters, Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, at the rate of one dollar and fify cents (51.50) per day, it having been impracticnble to provide for his subsistence in any other way. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL. ORDERs, FlEA DQIARTERS DiV1SION OF CUBA, No. 132. 5 Havana, September 28, 1899. 1. So much of paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 131, current series, these headquarters, as relates to the transfer of 1st Lieutenant Charles F. Parker, from battery G to battery E, 2d U. S. Artillery, and 1st Lieutenant Arthur TV. Chase, from battery E to battery G, of the same regiment, is hereby revoked. 2. By authority of the Secretary of War, 1st Lieutenant Arthunr W. Chase, 2d U. S. Artillery, is transferred from battery E to battery It, and 1st Lieutenant Joseph L. Knowlton is transferred from battery H to battery E. 3. Upon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Surgeon of the Division, the following named enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, are hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, and will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara for assignment, to wit: Acting Hospital Steward Harry W. Lawrence, Acting Hospital Steward Robert F. Gooding, Acting Hospital Steward William S. Naylor, Private Urlis 8. Crane, Private Jesse fHughes, Private James McGrath, Private William McHardy, Private Arend Risselada, Private Clifford Swartwood. Private Frank T hompson, Private Wdter D. Tetamore, Private John 7'. Young Private Jesse H. Havice. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 4. Upon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Surgeon of the Division, the following named enlisted men of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, are hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, and will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment, to wit:

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Acting Hospital Steward William Acting Hospital Steward John S. Private August F. Bucholz, Private Joseph W. Conroy, Private John B. Flynn, Private James McGuire, Private Noel W Vaughn, Private Walter Jllilhem, Private Fred. Brehmer, Private Gustaf Bergland, Private John Collum, Private Homer C. Dodd. The Quartermaster's Department will sary transportation. E. Arnold, Fair, furnish the neces5. Upon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Surgeon of the Division, Acting Assistant Surgeon Theodore C. Lyster, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from further duty at these headquarters, and will report to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No, 1, Havana, Cuba, for assignment. 6. A board of officers, to consist of: Major Edgar S. Dudley, Judge Advocate, teers; Major James B. Ilickey, Assistant Adju U. S. Volunteers; First Lieutenant Matthew C. Butler, J Cavalry; U. S. Voluntaut General, r.. 7th U. S. will convene at these headquarters on Monday, October 2d, 1899, to determine the question of accountability for certain wagons and other quartermaster's stores, for which 1st Lieutenant Charles W. Castle, 16th U. S. Infantry, aide-decamp, gave memorandum receipts at Ponce, Porto Rico, on September 1, 1898, and which he is now directed to account for. 7. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Frank Malke, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty asp orderly in the office of the Chief Surgeon, District of Puerto Principe, from and including September 1, 1899, and while engaged in the performance. of such duty, at the rate of seventy five cents (75 q) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way.

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8. First Lieutenant William T. Littlebrant, 7th U. S. Cavalry, is hereby detailed to act as counsel during the trial of Post Quartermaster Sergeant J. R. Gillespie, U. S. Army, by general court martial convened by orders from the Headquarters, Department of Havana. The journeys between Quemados and Havana, Cuba, to be performed by Lieutenant Littlebrant, while engaged in this duty, are approved as necessary for the public service. 9. Leave of absence for one (1) month on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted 2d Lieutenant Stanley D. Embick, 2d U. S. Artillery. 10. Major Oliver E. Wood, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers, will proceed to this city, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Division of Cuba, for assignment to duty as Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division, in addition to his present duties. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, AcdUtant General.

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SPECIAL ORERns, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 133. 5 Havana, September 30, 1899. 1. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Private William D. Rushing, company B, 15th U. S. Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will report by telegraph to 1st Lieutenant Frank E. Lyman, Jr., U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for assignment to duty. 2. By authority of the Secretary of War, the followingnamed enlisted men are hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to Captain Edward B. Lives, Signal Officer, Department of the Province of.Havana and Pinar del Rio, Quemados, Cuba, for assignment to duty, to wit: Private Charles McFarland, company I, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Hal C. Ford, company E, 8th U. S. Infantry. 3. Owing to the leave of absence granted Captain Edward B. Lives, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, paragraph 6, Special Orders No. 131, current series, these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 4. Captain Samuel Reber, Signal Corps, U. S. Volunteers, will transfer the funds and property for which he is responsible to Lieutenant William 11. Talbott, U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, who, in addition to his present duties, will perform those of Chief Signal Officer of the Division during the absence of Colonel Henry H. C. Dunwoody, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, Chief Signal Officer. 5. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to visit the United States and to apply to the Adjutant General of the Army for an extension of one (1) month, is hereby granted Colonel Henry H. C. Dunwoody, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, Chief Signal Officer of the Division, to date from September 1, 1899. 6. Major James B. Hickey, Assistant Adjutant General, U. S. Volunteers, and 1st Lieutenant iatthew C. Butler, Jr., 7th U. S. Cavalry, are detailed as additional members of the board of survey convened by paragraph 7, Special Orders No. 15, current series, these headquarters. As reorganized, the board will reconvene on Wednesday, October 4, 1899, to reconsider its former proceedings in view of additional testimony produced.

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7. The second battalion, consisting of companies E, F, G and H, 15th U. S. Infantry, is hereby designated as the depot battalion of that regiment. By authority of the Secretary of War, the following transfers of officers of the 15th U. S. Infantry are made, to wit: Captain George F. Cooke, from company E to company K; Captain William N. Blow, Jr., from company G to company A; Captain Will T. May, from company K to company E; Captain Samuel E. Smiley, from company A to company G; First Lieutenant John F. Wilktison, from company F -to company I; First Lieutenant JVarren S. Barlow, from company H to company K; First Lieutenant Benjamin I. Matkins, from company K to company H; First Lieutenant Sidney A. Cloman, from company I to company F; Second Lieutenant jalmer Erickson, from company E to company K; Second Lieutenant Kurtz Eppley, from company F to company I; Second Lieutenant Earnest 1. Reeve, from company G to company A; Second Lieutenant Louis S. D. Rucker, Jr., from company K to company E. The depot battalion of the 15th U. S. Infantry will proceed by U. S. transport "McPherson" from Nuevitas to New York City, New York, about October 20, 1899, upon arrival at which point it will proceed to, and take station at, Madison Barracks, New York. The commanding officer will report from there by telegraph to the Commanding General, Department of the East, for further orders. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, the Subsistence Department proper rations, and the Medical Department the necessary medicines and medical attendants. 8. By authority of the Secretary of War, Captain Edward E. Gayle, 2d U. S. Artillery, is hereby transferred from battery D to battery G of that regiment. 9. Hospital Steward Charles L. Smith, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, and will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Command-

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ing General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for assignment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. Hospital Steward Patrick O'Reilly, U.S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara and will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: AdjuIant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, 1 HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 134. 5 Havana, October 2, 1899. 1. Acting Assistant Surgeon George B. Lawrason, U. S. Army, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with Special Orders No. 195, current series, Headquarters, Department of Santiago and Puerto Principe, is assigned to duty in the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, and will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General of that department, for assignment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the following named enlisted men, now at Matanzas, Cuba, the necessary transportation to Fort Crook, Nebraska, the station of their respective companies, to wit: Sergeant Dennis Connelly, company K, 10th U. S. Infantry; Private Edward C. Hinkle, company L, 10th U. S. Infantry. 3. The depot battalion, 2d U. S. Artillery, under command of Major John C. Scantling of that regiment, will proceed by U. S. transport "Sedgwick" to New York City, New York, thence as follows, viz: Major Scantling, with batteries B and E, to St. Francis Barracks, Florida; Battery C to Fort McPherson, Georgia; Battery D to St. Helena, South Carolina. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, the Subsistence Department will provide the battalion with four (4) days travel rations, including coffee money, and the Medical Department will furnish the necessary medicines and medical attendants. 4. Mr. H. 0. Eaton, civilian clerk, Ordnance Department, is hereby transferred from the ordnance depot, Havana, to the ordnance depot at Santiago de Cuba. He will proceed to the latter depot, reporting upon arrival to the commanding officer thereof, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Major Walter T. Duggan, 10th U. S. Infantry, is hereby relieved from further duty in this Division and will proceed

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to Fort Crook, Nebraska, for duty with the depot battalion of his regiment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Paymaster of the Division, Major Thaddeus P. Varney, Additional Paymaster, U. S. Volunteers, now at Puerto Principe, will proceed to Nuevitas, Cuba, for the purpose of paying the troops stationed at that point, on the muster of September 30, 1899, on completion of which duty, Major Varney will rejoin his proper station. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and, when practicable, will ship by express the funds necessary for this purpose, together with the chests and field safes necessary for their safe keeping. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of the followingnamed enlisted men of the 1st U. S. Infantry, now on duty as train guard, from and including September 27, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way, to wit: Private Charlie Lawwill, company F; Private Joseph Eckert, company G. 8. In order to enable him to comply with the provisions of paragraph 49, Special Orders No. 225, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Captain Lotus Niles, 2d U. S. Artillery, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of Havana and will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat, to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment to command of Light Battery A, 2d U. S. Artillery. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Recruit Berjamin C. Moore, troop M, 2d U. S. Cavalry, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to 1st Lieutenant Frank E. Lyman, Jr., U. S. Volunteer Signal Corps, Signal Officer, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable

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quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Moore while engaged in the performance of the duty to which assigned, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 10. The following-named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to their proper station, Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to their respective detachment and troop commanders for duty, to wit: Private Henry P. Jorgenson, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army; Private Gustave Leavy, troop I, 7th U. S. Cavalry. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 135. 5 Havana, October 5, 1899. 1. Major Robert H. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers, Assistant Inspector General of the Division, will proceed to Santiago de las Vegas and carry out the verbal instructions of the Division Commander. Upon completion of this duty, Major Rolfe will return to his proper station, Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant John U Wheaton, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty as telegraph operator at Santiago de Cuba, from and including March 11, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsiteice in any other way. 3. The following named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to their proper station; Ouemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to their respective battery and company coinnanders for duty, to wit: Private George F. Mc NKlty, battery F, 2d U. S. Artillerys; Private David Young, battery F, 2d U. S. Artillery; Private Lewis 0. Reed, company F, 8th U. S. Infantry. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 4. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Private Ross Forbes, tr flp C, 7th U. S. Cavalry, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, reported convalescent and able to travel, the necessary transportation to his proper station, Pinar del Rio, Cuba. 5. Acting Assistant Surgeon George B. Lawrason, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from further duty in this Division, and will proceed to Washington, D. C., reporting upon arrival thereat to the Surgeon General of the Army for annulment of contract. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to go beyond the limits of this Division, is hereby granted Colonel Ezra P. Ewers, 10th U. S. Infantry.

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7. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the following-named enlisted men are hereby transferred to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the surgeon in charge at the points indicated opposite their respective names for assignment to duty, to wit: Private Julius S. Housah, company L, 5th U. S. Infantry, Baracoi, Cuba; Private Frederick J. Hagan. company L, 15th U. S. Infantry, Ciego de Avila, Cuba. 8. Private Claire I. Shafi, troop L, 2d U. S. Cavalry, now at Placetas Barracks, will be sent to. Havana, Cuba, upon arrival at which point he will report to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, for surgical treatment. The Quartermaster's Departteiit will fri nish the tecessary transportation. 9. By direction of the Secretwi y of War, the following-named officers will reort by letter to the Commanding General, Department of Saitinga) and Puerto Principe, f r his instructions as to the time an I place they will appear before a board of officers to examine dhet as to heir fitness for promotion, to wit: Captain George K. McGunnegle, 15th U. S. Infantry; Fir st Lieutenant Charles C. Clark, 5th U. S. Infantry; Second Lieutenant Samuel F. Dallam, 8th U. S. Cavalry; Second Lieutenant Abraham G. Lott. 8h U. S. Cavalry. The travel enjoined is neces-ary for the public service. 10. By direction of the Secretary of War, the followingnamed officers will report by letter to the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for his instructions as to the time and place they will appear before a board of officers to exanmine them as to their fitness for promotion, to wit: First Lieutenant Iilliam H. Bean. 2d U. S. Cavalry; Second Liettenant Eleutheros H. Cooke, 10th U. S. Infantry. The travel enj (ied is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 136. Havana, October 9, 1899. 1. Major Robert H. Rolfe, Assistant Inspector General of the Division, will proceed to San Juan de los Remedios, Cuba, and carry out the verbal instructions of the Major General Commanding. Upon completion of this duty, Major Rolfe will return to his proper station, Havana, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. Acting Assistant Surgeon James 11. Parrot, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from further duty in this Division and will proceed to his home, Kinston, North Carolina, whence he will report by letter to the Surgeon General of the Army for annulment of contract. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to visit the United States, is hereby granted Major TV. F. Carter, Surgeon, U. S. Army, commanding U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba. 4. Commissary Sergeant John Brown, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of Havana, and will report to the Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division, for assignment. 5. The following-named military prisoners now in confinement in the Department of Havana, will be sent under guard to be furnished from the depot battalion, 2d U. S. Artillery, on the U. S. transport "Sedgewick" to Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, upon arrival at which point they will be turned over to the commanding officer thereat for confinement at posts in the Department of the East. All papers called for by General Orders No. 35, current series, these headquarters, will be taken by the commanding officer of the guard and turned over with the prisoners. Thomas Casey, late battery D, 2d U. S. Artillery; Willian A. Harder, late battery D, 2d U. S. Artillery; Joseph J. Damara, late battery M, 2d U. S. Artillery; John Aullen, late battery M, 2d U. S. Artillery; T. F. Smith, late company A, 8th U. S. Infantry;

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Charles A. Buck, late company E, 8th U. S. Infantry; William H. Gibson, late company H, 8th U. S. Infantry; Stephen J. Me. Mahon, late company K, 8th U. S. Infantry; Christian Beachdel, late company M, 10th U. S. Infantry. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. Subsistence will be furnished on board the transport. 6. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Frank B. Clark, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby discharged the service of the United States. This soldier is entitled to travel pay. 7. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute therations of Post Quartermaster Sergeant Will Edwards, U. S. Army, now on duty in the office of the Depot Quartermaster at Cristo, Cuba, from and including Septsmber 11, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 8. Under the provisions of paragraph II, General Orders No. 153, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Harry Birch, company A, 5th U. S. Infantry, a convalescent soldier, is hereby transferred from company A, active battalion, to company I, depot battalion, of his regiment and will be sent by the first available government transport to New York City, New York, thence by rail to Fort Sheridan, Illinois. The notification and reports required by the provisions of the order cited will be complied with. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier in advance for two days, at the prescribed rate, it being impracticable to provide him with rations in kind between New York City and Fort Sheridan. 9. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, the following-named female contract nurses, now at Quemados, Cuba, will proceed to their homes, as indicated opposite their respective names, for the annulment of their contracts, to wit:

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Emma L. Kennedy, Penhoke, Canada; lfelvina Me. Keever, St. Johns, New Brunswick; Mary A. Seward, Brooklyn, New York; Elizabeth B. Thomas, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation in accordance with the provisions of their contracts. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERs, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 137. 5 Havana, October 12, 1899. 1. The following named enlisted men of battery H, 2d U. S. Artillery, are hereby transferred to light battery A, of the same regiment, to wit: Private William Scales, Private Miles Gillen, Private Manus J. Curran. 2. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Charles F. Harrington, troop F, 8th U. S. Cavalry, is hereby transferred to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the surgeon in charge of the hospital, 8th U. S. Cavalry, Puerto Principe, Cuba, for assignment to duty. 3. Epon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Acting Assistant Surgeon Theodore C. Lyster, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, and will report to the attending surgeon at these headquarters for temporary duty. 4. Hospital Steward Oliver H. Hastings, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, and will proceed to Havana, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Chief Surgeon of the Division, for temporary duty at these headquarters. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 5. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Acting Assistant Surgeon Aristides Agramonte, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of Havana and will report to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, for assignment. 6. The following named general prisoners, now in confinement in the Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, will be sent to Havana, Cuba, where they will be turned over to the commanding officer, depot battalion, 2d U. S. Artillery, to be conducted with other pris-

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oners from that point to Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, and to be delivered upon arrival to the commanding officer thereat to serve out the unexpired portion of their respective sentences at posts in the Department of the East. All papers called for by General Orders No. 35, current series, these headquarters, will be taken by the commanding officer of the guard and turned over with the prisoners. William C. Havis, late troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Daniel Dowd, late troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry; James M. McClernan, late troop K, 7th U. S. Cavalry; William C. Graham, late troop K, 7th U. S. Cavalry; John J. Lynch, late company B, 1st U. S. Infantry; George T. Long, late company G, 1st U. S. Infantry; Joseph Snay, late company L, 1st U. S. Infantry; Thomas Callahan, late Hospital Corps, U. S. Army. The Quartermaster's Department will provide the necessary transportation and subsistence will be furnished on board the transport. 7. The following-named general prisoners, now in confinement at Fort San Severino, Matanzas, Cuba, will be sent under guard to be selected by the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, by the first available government transport to Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, to be turned over upon arrival to the commanding officer thereat for confinement at posts in the Department of the East. All papers called for by General Orders No. 35, current series, these headquarters, will be taken by the commanding officer of the guard and turned over with the prisoners. George Brown, late troop E, 2d U. S. Cavalry; Robert Sutherland, late troop E, 2d U. S. Cavalry; Robert Trowbridge, late troop G, 2d U. S. Cavalry; George Findley, late troop H, 2d U. S. Cavalry; Lloyd W. Paris, late troop H, 2d U. S. Cavalry; Archie Stevens, late troop M, 2d U. S. Cavalry; James Doland, late company B, 2d U. S. Infantry; Herman Donn, late company M, 2d U. S. Infantry; Thomas Fagan, late company M, 2d U. S. Infantry; Charles 1rankdin, late company A, 8th U. S. Infantry; John if. Begarly, late company B, 10th U. S. Infantry; Walter Sloan, late company K, 10th U. S. Infantry; Jeremiah O'Neil, late company L, 10th U. S. Infantry. The Quartermaster's Department will provide the neces-

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sary transportation and subsistence will be furnished on board the transport. 8. The following-named officer, enlisted men, female contract nurse, and civilian employee, now convalescent at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, will be sent from Havana, Cuba, to New York City, New York, by the first available government transport, upon arrival at which point they will be turned over to the military general hospitals in that city for medical treatment, to wit: First Lieutenant Herschell Tupes, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private Charles F. Fee, troop B, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Cameron Campbell, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Howard B. Miller, troop D, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Luther IV. Wells, troop E, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Louis Van Sickle, troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Percy Werzell, troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Joe Ltffiter, troop I, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Halsey Miner, troop L, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Joseph Webb, troop L, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Joseph P. Shaughnessy, troop M, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Alfred Rogers, troop F, 8th U. S. Cavalry; Private Charles Spencer, battery A, 2d U. S. Artillery; Private George Terwilliger, battery B, 2d U. S. Artillery; Private William Kubiak, company F, 1st U. S. Infantry; Private William B. Allen, company F, 8th U. S. Infantry; Private Patrick Fahy, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army; Private Chester Knisely, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army; Contract Nurse Sarah C. Harvey; George Serrell, civilian employee. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary tran sportation, the Subsistence Department suitable rations, and the Medical Department the necessary medicines and medical attendants. 9. Corporal Daniel Foster, company L, 10th U. S. Infantry, having reported from furlough for duty with his regiment at Matanzas, Cuba, will proceed to Fort Crook, Nebraska, the station of his company. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier in advance, at the prescribed rate, for three (3) days, it being impracticable to provide him with rations in kind between New York City and Fort Crook.

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10. The commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, will select six (6) privates of the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and order them to proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, for assignment to duty in that department. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIvISION OF CUBA, No. 138. 5 Havana, October 14, 1899. 1. Contract nurse Eugenie G. Robson, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed to her home, Moss Point, Mississippi, reporting upon arrival thereat by letter to the Surgeon General of the Army, Washington, D. C., for annulment of contract. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and one double berth in sleeping car for that part of the journey traveled by rail, in accordance with the terms of her contract. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 2. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the following-named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, the necessary transportation to the points indicated opposite their respective names, to wit: Private John H. McNatt, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry, New York City, New York; Contract cook Julian Broadus, Washington, D. C. Upon arrival at New York City, Private McNatt will be turned over to a military hospital in that city for medical treatment, and upon his arrival in Washington, Cook Broadus will report to the Surgeon-General of the Army for annulment of his contract. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 3. Private Thomas R. Kane, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to his proper station, Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to his detachment commander for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 4. Contract nurse Lilian .Hinman, now in this city, will proceed to her home, Jackson, Tennessee, reporting upon arrival thereat by letter to the Surgeon-General of the Army, Washington D. C., for the annulment of her contract. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and one double berth in sleeping car for that part of the journey traveled by rail, in accordance with the terms of her contract. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service.

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5. The journeys performed by Major RobertiH. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers, Assistant Inspector General of the Division, from Havana to Quemados, Cuba, and return to Havana, on August 21 and August 28, 1899, inspecting the money accounts of Majors Joseph S. IVlkUins and James TV. Dawes, Additional Paymasters, U. S. Volunteers, are confirmed as having been necessary for the public service. 6. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Gy C. Hagerman, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty at Guanta~namo, Cuba, from and including October 3, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of the duty assigned him at that point, at the rate of one d< llar and lifiy cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 7. Private Philip H. Amerll, troop E, 2d U. S. Cavalry, now at Santa Clara, Cuba, will be sent to this city, upon arrival at which point he will report to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, fotr medical treatment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 8. The following named enlisted men of company G, 8th U. S. Infantry, now at Cabafla Fortress, Havana, will be sent to their proper station, Camp Columbia, Quemados, Cuba, and will report upon arrival thereat to their company commander for duty, to wit: Private George T. Keys, Private Hugh Boyle. The Quartermaster's Department will fuirnish the necessary transportation. 9. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Private Thomas Odea, battery M, 2d U. S. Artillery, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, as a second class private, and will report to Lieutenant William lL Talbott, signal officer in charge of the military telegraph offices in Havana, Cuba, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will provide suitable quarters for this soldier at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars per month. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Odea while engaged in the performance of the duty

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to which he may be assigned, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 10. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Private Thomas M. Carter, battery C, 2d U. S. Artillery, is hereby transferred to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, as a second class private, and will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the signal officer, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Ad Ge. Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 139. Havana, October 19, 1899. 1. The following named enlisted men, now at U. S. Miitary Hospital No. 1, Havana, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to their proper station, Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to their troop and detachment commanders for duty, to wit: Private Elmer Haley, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Leonce Tierce, troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Harry Spring, troop E, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private James 1. Devcin, troop I, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Private Bert J. Bery, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 2. First Sergeant &amuel Jones, company M, 10th U. S. Infantry, having reported from frlongh for duty with his regiment at Cardenas, Cuba, will proceed to Fort Crook, Nebraska, the station of his company. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier in advance, at the preset ibed rate, for three (3) days, it beiig impracticable to provide him with rations in kind between New York City and Fort Crook. 3. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headq narters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Acting Hospital Steward Alfred T. Rowe, U. S. Army, now on temporary duty in the office of the Chief Surgeon, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, at Quemados, Cuba, from and including October 11, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 4. The Commanding General, Department of Havana, will direct that all enlisted men, now temporarily at Cabafla Fortress, Havana, Cuba, who have served their sentences of confinement, be returned without delay to the stations of the several organizations to which they belong, reporting upon arrival thereat to their respective commanding officers for duty.

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The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 5. Paragraph 4, Special Orders No. 136, current series, these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 6. Commissary Sergeant C. C. JIlcVean, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty at Cabaua Fortress, Havana, Cuba, and will report to the Chief Commissary of Subsistence of the Division, for assignment. 7. The following named recruits having reported at these headquarters, en route to join their respective commands, will proceed to Matanzas, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara, to wit: Ruben Shoulder, 2d U. S. Cavalry; Roll If Richmond, 2d U. S. Cavalry. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 8. Sergeant Fred G. Rupert, company P, 15th U. S. Infantry, having reported at these headquarters, en route to join his command, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish him the necessary transportation from this city to Ciego de Avila, Cuba, the station of his company. 9. The following named enlisted men of the 1st U. S. Infantry, having reported at these headquarters, en route to join their respective commands, will proceed to the points indicated opposite their names, reporting upon arrival thereat to their company commanders for duty, to wit: Corporal Andrew W. Proctor, band, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Corporal Allen G. Schuitz, company G, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private William J. Quinn, company M, Guanajay, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 10. The following named enlisted men of troop I, 8th U. S. Cavalry, having reported at these headquarters en route to join their troop, will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio,

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for assignment to temporary duty with the detachment of the 8th Cavalry now at that point awaiting transportation to their respective commands, to wit: Sergeant William .Bnuner, Private James A. Singleton. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, I-IEA IQIA RTEtRS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 140. 4 Havana, October 21, 1899. 1. The journeys performed by Major Robert I1. Polfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers, Assistant Inspector General of the Division, from Havana to Bejucal, Cuba, and return to Havana, on October 5, 1899, in Carrying out the verbal instructions of the Division Commander, are confirmed as having been necessary for the public service. 2. Sergeant Charles Nolan, company E, 1st U. S. Infantry, (Pinar del Rio) having completed the duties assigned to him under paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 194, current series, Headquarters Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, the Quartermaster's Department will furnish him the necessary transportation from this city to his proper station. Owing to the delay caused by turning over a prisoner under his charge and making connections with the railroad, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeant Nolan in advance, at the prescribed rate, for two (2) days, it having been and being impracticable to provide for nis subsistence in any other way. 3. First Lieutenant J. H. Sone, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, will proceed frn Matanzas, Cuba, to Topeka, Kansas, reporting upon arrival thereat, which must not be later than November 25, 1899, to the United States District Attorney, as a witness in the case of the United States versus Joseph Leach, under indictment for the murder of Thomas Fennell. When discharged from attendance upon the court, Lieutenant Stone will return to his proper station, Matanzas, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. Corporal Cornelius McDermott, battery F, 2d U. S. Artillery, will proceed from Quemados, Cuba, to Topeka, Kansas, reporting upon arrival threat, which must not be later than November 25, 1899, to the United States District Attorney, as a witness in the ease or the United States versus Josepih Leach, under indictment for the murder of Thomas Fennell. When discharged from attendance upon the court, Corporal fJDermott will return to the station of his battery. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Corporal McDermott in advance, at the prescribed rate, for three (3) days, it being impracticable to furnish him rations in kind between New York City and Topeka.

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5. The Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba, will sell to 1st Lieutenant Matthew 0. Butler, Jr., 7th U. S. Cavalry, Acting Assistant Quartermaster, from surplus stores on hand, for the use of clerks and messengers at these headquarters, the following clothing, camp and garrison equipage, to wit: Fourteen (14) bedsteads, complete; Thirty (30) pillow cases; Fourteen (14) pillows; Fifty-eight (58) bed sheets; Fourteen (14) mosquito bars. 6. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Peter Rowe, company D, 8th U. S Infantry, is hereby transferred to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the commanding officer, U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, for assignment to duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 7. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Commissary Sergeant Charles I. Moberg, U. S. Army, now on duty in the subsistence depot at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, from and including October 19, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of his present duty, at the rate of one dollar and lifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 8. Under authority of paragraph 1 General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Commissary Sergeant D. A. R. Kolster, U. S. Army, now on duty in the subsistence depot at Trinidad, Cuba, from and including September 9, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of his present duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVIsION OF CUBA, No. 141. Havana, October 25, 1899. 1. Under authority of paragraph II, General Orders No. 86, current series, Headquarters of the Army, Private Hugh McNif, battery M, 2d U. S. Artillery, is hereby transferred to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, and will report to the commanding officer, medical supply depot, Havana, Cuba, for assignment to duty. 2. By direction of the Secretary of War, Sergeant Peter Bartsch, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now in this city, will proceed to Washington, D. C., upon arrival at which point he will report to the Chief Signal Officer of the Army, for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier in advance, at the prescribed rate, for one (1) day, it being impracticable to provide him with rations in kind between New York City and Washington, D. C. 3. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Acting Hospital Steward LeGare J. LaMar, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, in this city, and will proceed to Puerto Principe, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the chief surgeon at that point, for duty as clerk in his office, in lieu of Hospital Steward Harry T. Brown, who, upon being thus relieved, will proceed to comply with the provisions of paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 220, current series, Headquarters of the Army. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 4. The services of the following named female nurses, now in this city, being no longer required, they will proceed to their respective homes, reporting by letter upon arrival thereat, to the Surgeon-General of the Army, Washington, D. C., for the annulment of their contracts, to wit: Ada .Colcleugh, Winnepeg, Manitoba; Jachael A. Deane, Buffalo, New York; Ella .Gillen, Washington, D. C.; Mary Gleason, Detroit, Michigan; Lillian M. Kratz, St. Louis, Missouri; Kate S. M. Ledlie, Savannah, Georgia; A delaide Mackoereth, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Eleanor Mayes, Baltimore, Maryland;

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ihiarrietta Aleech, Chicago, Illinois; Genevieve Russell, Min neapolis, Minn esota; Margaret S. Dunn, Germantown, Pennsylvania. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and one double berth each in sleeping car for that part of the journey travelled by rail, im accordance with the terms of their contracts, and under the provisions of General Orders No. 90, current series, Headquarters of the Army. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. So much of paragraph 10, Special Orders No. 138, current series, these headquarters, is so far amended as to direct the transfer of Private Thomas 11. Carter, battery H, 2d U. S. Artillery, instead of battery C of the same regiment, to the Signal Corps, U. S. Army. 6. The following named general prisoners, now in confinement at Camp Columbia, Quemados, Cuba, will be sent under guard, to be selected by the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, to this city, were they will take the government transport "Buford'' and proceed to Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, upon arrival at which point, they will be turned over to the commanding officer thereat to serve out the remainder of their sentences, to wit: Joseph H. Rice, late corporal, troop F, 7th U. S. Cavalry; John P. Jnes, late private, troop K, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Marcus White, late private, troop M, 7th U. S. Cavalry; John L. Sullivan, late private, light battery, A 2d U. S. Artillery; Walter .White, late private, company G, 1st U. S. Infantry; Bernard lclManus, late private, company H, 8th U. S. Infantry; William J. Daly, late private, company H, 8th U. S. Infantry. All papers called for by General Orders No. 35, current series, these headquarters, will be taken by the non-commissioned officer in charge of the guard and turned over with the prisoners. Upon completion of this duty, the guard will return to its proper station, Quemados, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will provide the necessary transportation, and subsistence will be furnished on board the transport. 7. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders

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No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Post Quartermaster Sergeant Paul E. Guyot, U. S. Army, from June 24, 1899, to October 11, 1899, both dates inclusive, during which time he was on duty in the office of the post quartermaster at Holguin, Cuba, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 8. By direction of the Secretary of War, 2d Lieutenant Abraham G. Lott, 8th U. S. Cavalry, now at Camp Columbia, Quemados, Cuba, will report to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for his instructions as to the time and place he will appear before a board of officers to examine him as to his fitness for promotion. 9. The services of the following named female contract nurses, now in this city, being no longer required, they will proceed to their respective homes, reporting by letter upon arrival thereat to the Surgeon-General of the Army, Washington, D. C., for the annulment of their contracts, to wit: Fanny R. Bethune, Warrenton, Virginia; Rebecca D. 31c. C. Bowman, Henderson, Kentucky. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation and one double berth each in sleeping car for that part of the journey traveled by rail, in accordance with the terms of their contracts, and under the provisions of General Orders No. 90, current series, Headquarters of the Army. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 10. Under authority of the Secretary of War, Captain Samuel D. Freeman, 10th U. S. Cavalry, is hereby detailed as Collector of Customs at the Port of Santiago de Cuba. Captain Freeman will proceed from Santiago to this city for consultation with the Chief of Customs Service of the Division in connection with his duties, upon completion of which, he will rejoin his proper station, Santiago. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutan General.

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SPECIAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 142. J Havana, October 30, 1899. 1. So much of paragraph 9, Special Orders No. 58, current series, these headquarters, as relates to 1st Class Private Fred. J. Shackell, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, being stationed at Matanzas, Cuba, is hereby amended to read as stationed at Moron, Cuba, effective from and including July 24, 1899. 2. Musician 1l1artin Anderson, company E, 15th U. S. Infantry, now at Camp Columbia, Quemados, Cuba, will proceed to Madison Barracks, New York, reporting upon arrival thereat to his company commander for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation from Havana to New York City on government transport, thence by rail to Madison Barracks. 3. A board of survey, to consist of: Major Robert H. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers; Captain Frederick 111. Page, Porto Rican Battalion; Lieutenant Mattltew C. Butler, Jr., 7th U. S. Cavalry; is appointed to meet on board the U. S. transport "Terry,'' Havana Harbor, at 10 o'clock a. in., on Wednesday, November 1, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for a shortage found to exist in certain quartermaster's stores, property of the United States Government, for which. Captain Edward C. McDowell, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, is responsible. 4. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private William D. Rushing, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now on duty as military telegraph lineman at Ciego de Avila, Cuba, from and including October 13, 1899, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it having been and being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 5. A general court martial is appointed to meet at Columbia Barracks, Quemados, Cuba, on Saturday, November 4, 1899, at 10 o'clock a. in., or as soon thereafter as practicable, for the trial of such persons as may be properly brought before it.

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DETAIL FOR THE COURT: Captain Lotus Hiles, 2d U. S. Artillery; First Lieutenant S. R. H. Tompkins, 7th U. S. Cavalry; First Lieutenant .H. Beach, 7th U. S. Cavalry; First Lieutenant TV. H. Hart, 7th U. S. Cavarly; First Lieutenant I. T. Littebrant, 7th U. S. Cavalry; First Lieutenant F. .Caldwell, 7th U. S. Cavalry; First Lieutenant G. TI. Cole, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Second Lieutenant Fox Connor, 2d U. S. Artillery; Second Lieutenant C. F. Armistead, 2d U. S. Artillery, Judge Advocate. A greater number of officers cannot be assembled without manifest injury to the service. 6. Under authority of the Secretary of War. First Lieutenant Hiram MeL. Powell, 1st U. S. Infantry, now at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, will proceed to Fort Bayard, New Mexico, for medical treatment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. Leave of absence for fifteen (15) days, on surgeon's certificate of disability, is hereby granted Captain Walter B. Barker, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster, Cienfuegos, Cuba. 8. General prisoner William Evans, late private company F, 8th U. S. Infantry, will be sent under charge of the guard conveying other prisoners from Quemados, Cuba, to Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, upon arrival at which point, he will be turned over to the commanding officer thereat to serve out the remainder of his sentence. All papers called for by General Orders No. 35, current series, these headquarters, will be taken by the non-commissioned officer in charge of the guard and turned over with the prisoner. The Quartermaster's Department will provide the necessary transportation and subsistence will be furnished on board the transport "Buford." 9. Under authority of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 31, current series, Headquarters of the Army, the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Private Andrew Johnston, company G, 8th U. S. Infantry, now on special duty as messenger at Headquarters, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, Quemados, Cuba, and while engaged in the performance of such duty, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per day, it

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being impracticable to provide for his subsistence in any other way. 10. By direction of the Secretary of War, Acting Assistant Surgeons F. H. Sparrenberger and P. S. Rossiter, U. S. Army, are hereby relieved from duty in this Division, and will proceed to New York City, New York, reporting by telegraph upon arrival thereat to the Adjutant General of the Army for further orders. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL No. ORDERs, 143. } HIEA DQUA RTERS DivisION OF CUBA, Havana, October 31, 1899. 1. The following named enlisted men, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, reported convalescent and able to travel, each will proceed to the point indicated opposite his name, reporting upon arrival thereat to his respective troop, company or detachment commander for duty, to wit: Private C. TV. Montgomery, troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Edward S. Busick, troop G, 7th U. S. Cavalry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Private Michael Maloney, company I, 1st U. S. Infantry, Guanajay, Cuba; Private Thomas Steele, company I, 1st U. S. Infantry, Guanajay, Cuba; Private Ford H. Fosgate, Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, Guanajay, Cuba. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 2. Private Charles Yates, company D, 1st U. S. Infantry, now at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, reported convalescent and able to travel, will proceed to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, reporting upon arrival thereat to his company commander for duty. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the neces-. sary transportation, and the Subsistence Department will commute the rations of this soldier in advance, at the prescribed rate, for three (3) days, it being impracticable to furnish him with rations in kind between New York City and Fort Leavenworth. 3. A board of survey, to consist of: Major Robert H. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers; Captain Frederick 31. Page, Porto Rican Battalion; Lieutenant Matthew C. Butler, Jr., 7th U. S. Cavalry; is appointed to meet on board the U. S. Army transport "Terry," Havana Harbor, at 10 o'clock a. in., on Monday, November 6, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for a shortage of one (1) barrel of lard oil and one (1) carboy of ammonia invoiced by Major Francis B. Jones, Quartermaster, U. S. Army, at New York City, New York,

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August 3, 1899, to Captain Edward C. McDowell, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Quartermaster, U. S. transport "Terry," and for which he is responsible. 4. A board of officers, to consist of: Major Chauncey B. Baker, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster; Major Robert .Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers; Captain Ormond M. Lissak, Ordnance Department, U. S. Army, Chief Ordnance Officer; is appointed to meet at the Piroteenia Militar, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. in., on Tuesday, November 7, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, for the purpose of appraising the value of the horse issued to Captain J. Y. Mason Blunt, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, on memorandum receipt, and which he is deirons of purchasing. A report covering the findings of the board will be forwarded to these headquarters. 5. So much of paragraph 5, Special Orders No 127, current series, these headquarters, as relates to the transfer of Private John G. F. Kust, company B, 5th U. S. Infantry, to the Hospital Corps, U. S. Army, is hereby amended to read Private John G. J. Knust. 6. Upon the recommendation of the Chief Surgeon of the Division, Captain Guy C. J. Godfrey, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of Havana, and will take station at Pinar del Rio, Cuba, reporting by letter to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 7. A board of survey, to consist of: Major Robert H. Rolfe, Inspector General, U. S. Volunteers; Captain William TWeigel, 11th U. S. Infantry; Lieutenant Matthew C. Butler, Jr., 7th U. S. Cavalry; is appointed to meet at the office of the Chief Quartermaster of the Division at 10 o'clock a. m., on Friday, November 3, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, report upon and fix the responsibility for the loss of one (1) case of government supplies and five (5) cases of barrack bags (440 pounds) shipped from New York City,

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New York, on May 13, 1899, by the steamer "Havana" of the Ward Line, to Major Chauncey B. Baker, Quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Depot Quartermaster, Havana, Cuba. 8. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Private William Connor, company I, 15th U. S. Infantry, now in this city, en route to his proper station, the necessary transportation from Havana to Ciego de Avila, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 9. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Corporal William I. flyers, company H, 1st U. S. Infantry, now in this city, en route to his proper station, the necessary transportation from Havana to Pinar del Rio, Cuba, the cost of which will be reported to his company commander in order that the same may be charged against the soldier on the next muster and pay roll of his company. 10. Private John Kelleher, troop K, 2d U. S. Cavalry, now at Santa Clara Barracks, will be sent to this city, upon arrival at which point he will report to the commanding officer, IT. S. Military Hospital No. 1, for medical treatment. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL ORDERs, HEADQUARTERS DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 144. 5 Havana, November 1, 1899. 1. So much of paragraph 6, Special Orders No. 97, current series, these headquarters, relating to the station of 1st Class Sergeant August Schneider, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, as Puerto Principe, Cuba, is hereby amended to read as being at Ciego de Avila, Cuba. 2. So much of paragraph 10, Special Orders No. 48, as amended by paragraph 5, Special Orders No. 122, current series these headquarters relating to the station of Sergeant William L. Collison, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, (then a private) as being Mor6n, is hereby amended to read (iego de Avila, Cuba. 3. Upon the recommendation of the Acting Chief Signal Officer of the Division, 1st Class Sergeant August Schneider, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, now at Ciego de Avila, will proceed to Havana, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to 1st Lieutenant William .Talbott, Signal Corps, U. S. Volunteers, Disbursing Officer, Signal Corps, for duty in charge of the signal corps store-house in this city, relieving Sergeant Thomas H. Campbell, Signal Corps, U. S. Army. Sergeant Campbell, upon being thus relieved, will proceed from Havana to Ciego de Avila, Cuba, for assumption of the duties recently performed by Sergeant Schneider. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation, and will provide suitable quarters for these soldiers at their respective stations at a rental not exceeding twelve ($12.00) dollars each per month per room. The Subsistence Department will commute the rations of Sergeants Schneider and Campbell while engaged in the performance of the respective duties assigned them, at the rate of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) each per day, it being impracticable to provide for their subsistence in any other way. 4. The following named officers are hereby relieved from further duty in this Division, and will proceed to New York City, New York, reporting by telegraph upon arrival thereat to the Adjutant General of the Army for recruiting service, to wit: Captain Frank U. Robinson, 2d U. S. Cavalry; Captain Edwin P. Brewer, 7th U. S. Cavalry; Captain Edwin S. Curtis, 2d U. S. Artillery; Captain Charles B. Vogdes, 1st U. S. Infantry;

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Captain Edmmid K. Webster, 2d U. S. Infantry; Captain Richard H. }1ilson, 8th U. S. Infantry. First Lieutenant Claude D. Sweezey, 8th U. S. Cavalry; First Lieutenant Americas Mitchell, 5th U. S. Infantry; The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 5. Captain George Bell, Jr., 1st U. S. Infantry, having reported at these headquarters in compliance with paragraph 6, Special Orders No. 243, Headquarters, Department of the East, will proceed to join his regiment at Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The travel enjoined is necessary for the public service. 6. Leave of absence for one (1) month, with permission to visit the United States and apply to the Adjutant General of the Army for an extension of one (1) month, is hereby granted Captain Alexander N. Stark, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army. 7. The services of contract nurse Jlary C. CIturch, now in this city, being no longer required, she will proceed to New York City, New York, reporting by letter upon arrival thereat to the Surgeon General of the Army, Washington, D. C., for the annulnent of her contract. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. 8. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish Acting Hospital Steward John G. Calhoun, U. S. Army, now in this city without means to join his proper station, the necessary transportation from Havana to Puerto Principe, Cuba, the cost of which will be reported to his detachment commander in order that the same may be charged against the soldier on the next muster and pay roll of his detachment. 9. A board of officers, to consist of: Captain Medorem Crawford, 2d U. S. Artillery; Captain Ormond M. Lis.sak, Ordnance Department, U. S. Army; Assistant Surgeon Carl R. Darnall, U. S. Army; is appointed to meet at U. S. Military Hospital No. 1, Havana, Cuba, at 10 o'clock a. m., Tuesday, November 7, 1899, or as soon thereafter as practicable, for the purpose of auditing the accounts of the ice plant located thereat, for the month of October, 1899; to determine the cost of manufacturing the ice, and to recommend the price at which it should be sold to the Subsistence Department and consumers connected with the Army.

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10. The following named enlisted men of troop C, 8th U. S. Cavalry, now in this city en route to join their troop, will proceed to Quemados, Cuba, reporting upon arrival thereat to the Commanding General, Department of the Province of Havana and Pinar del Rio, for assignment to temporary duty with the detachment of the 8th Cavalry now at that point awaiting transportation to their respective commands, to wit: Sergeant Carl Harrer; Private C. D. Smith. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. By COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BROOKE: W. V. RICHARDS, Adjutant General.

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SPECIAL OrDRsR, } FIEADUARTERs DIVISION OF CUBA, No. 145. ) Havana, Aovetmber ., 1899. 1. Sergeant Frederick A. HacuUinson, company F, 8th U. S. Infantry, is hereby relieved from duty in the Department of Havana, and will proceed to Columbia