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THE SUNDAY HERALD SUNDAY, JUNE 15, 1S9Q.
THE RIFLES ANNIVERSARY.
A lMensiu.t Colobrntlon at Marshall Hall.
One of the plcnsnntcst events in the recent
history of the Nntionnl Rillcs was tlic excursion
ami banquet nt Marshall llnll on Monday even
ing last. The affair was intended as a com
memoration of the tenth anniversary of the reor
ganization of the company, ami the Rillcs took
with them as their guests a large party of the
leading business men of the city, honorary
members of the company, ami also a mimbsr of
the veterans of 1S50-'04. The excursionists
wont down the river ami returned on the Mac
alester. At Marshall Hall a handsomely spread
table awaited the part j, and after only a short
delay the attack was made on the tempting
viands. After the niGnu had been discussed
Lieut. George AV. Evans entertained the com
pany with an interesting and cleverly written
history of the organization from 1S59 to the
present time. Lieut. Kvans's recital was fre
quently interrupted by applause, and the allu
sions to dead comrades were received with
touching tributes from the survivors of tho
early days of the organization. Pleasant remi
niscences of tho various outings in different
parts of tho country which the Rillcs have
taken were Interspersed, and the generous sup
poit which the organization has received from
its Honorary memucrs was mungiv commemeu
Afterward brief speeches in response to toasts
were made bv Commissioner Douglass, Com
missioner Hine, Mr. E. G. Davis, Col. "William
G. Moore, Mr. N D. Larner, Mr. 11. L. West,
Mr. E. 11. Hay, and Lieut. Munson, while Mr.
B. T. Doyle lead a capital original poem on
"The Day We Celebrate."
On the return trip the honorary members got
together and adopted a series of resolutions ex
pressing their appreciation of the handsome
manner in which they had been entertained.
The committee which had the affair in charge,
and to whom great credit is due for the success
ful manner in which it was carried out, con
sisted of George "V. Evans, chairman; Charles
A. Graunis. 1?." 1$. Gittings, Lewis Holmes, M.
J. Quinn, C. A Brooks, W. M. McConiuce, J.
F. II. lllois, S. E. Tomlinson, B. T. Doyle, and
AV. K. Ellis.
The honorary members who were present were:
Henry D. Boteler, John AV. Boteler, Col. Robert
Bovd, Maj. George A. Bartlett. Capt. Frank A.
Butts, George T. Budd, P. II. Brouson, V. II.
Barstow, George II. Barker, Robert E. Boyd,
"Walter A. Brown, CaDt. L. L. Blake, R. W.
Barker, Dr. S. "W. Bogau, E. E. Cissell, Charles
R. Cleaves, D. O'C. Callaghan, Dr. V. F. Corey,
William II. Combs, llarrv D. Cochran, W. A. II.
Church. E. F. Droop. F. F. Detweiler, J. Mauri
Dove, E. G. Davis, E. M. Davis, Maj. O. E.
Duffv. Dr. .1. "Wilson Davis, William B. Eaton,
Leonard Egloff, William L. Finley, Col. Robert
I. Fleming, Capt. C. "W. Filer, Louis Faber,
John T. Given, Benjamin F. Guy, Henry "Wise
Garnett, George Gibson, Francis Hufty, D. W.
Ilairinsjton, R. T. Hlestou. George W. Harvey,
"W. L." Holmes, William B. Ilibbs, James M.
Hodges. James A. Humphreys, II. C. Huuter
mann, J. Frank Johnson, J. H. Johannes,
George tf. Krafft, J. Harry King, It. G. Lamb,
James Lausburgh, Dr. J. B. Littlewood, John
J. Meding. T. K. Melsou, F. "W. Mitchell, "W.
C. Nouen. M. M. Parker, Lee Pitehlyn, John A.
Prescott, Lieut. Frank "W. Paige, Col. Henry A.
Pierce, John J. Rae, Col. Roch F. Robb, Dr. J.
R. Rogers, William H. Rupp, Joseph A. Sparks,
Dr. M. J. Stack, Capt. Thomas D. Singleton,
W. R. Speare, Col. Malcomb Seaton, Ileury R.
Sanders, Isadore Saks, Charles Schneider,
Thomas Somerville, George A. Shehan, Charles
A. Sautter. Thomas W. smith, A. T. Towson,
Frank J. Tibbetts, J. H. Veimilya, E. Voigt,
James P. Willett, Judge W. Willoughby, Dr.lV.
H. Witmer, C. Granville West, James 11. War
die, John F. Waggaman, and Harry Yeoman.
Following is the list of veterans of the period
from 1S39 to 1SG4 who attended: Col. William
G. Moore, Lieut. Noble D. Larner, Col. C. M.
Alexander. Lieut. Ross A. Fish, Thomas D.
Shepherd, Gilbert B. Towles, Theo. A. Lay, E.
X. Leonard, Lewis S. llayden, Capt. Frank B.
Schaeffer, Capt. J. B. Randolph, William II.
Fuller, Thomas G. Foster. Joseph Blackwood,
Goodwin V. At Lee, John T. Clements, Thomas
AV. Stewart, W. G. Phillips, and R. II. Steele.
The following active members participated in
the affair: Capt. James F. Oyster, Lieut. J.
O. Munson, Lieut. George W. Evans, Lieut. J.
W. Howell, Lieut. William C. Keech, Lieut.
(Surgeon) George N. Acker, Lieut. (Quarter
master) E. B. Hay, Lieut. (Paymaster) George
Shoulters, Lieut. (Commissary) i nomas A.
Garner, Lieut. (Ordnance Officer) George A.
Bentley, Lieut. (Commissary Sergeant) R. B.
Gittings, Quartermaster Sergt. C. E. Simms,
First. Sergt. William P. Boteler, Second Sergt.
W. B. Magruder, Third Sergt. E. M. Shirley,
Fourth Sergt. S. C. Stokes, Fifth Sergt. J. F. II.
Blois, Corp. II. K. Simpson, Corp. Will Way,
Corp. E. A. Goodwin, Corp. W. G. Lown, Corp.
S. E. Tomlinson, Corp. Lewis Holmes, Corp. W.
E. Colladay. Privates Charles Atkinson, C.
W. Brooks, 11. C. Brown, P. S. Browuing, F.
AV. Burkart, G, W. Choate, AV. R. Choate, J.
il. Clear, J. D. Cod)-, C. G. B. Conger, R. E.
Constant, J. II. Curran. B. T. Doyle, A. G. Du
Hots, J. L. Elliott, AV. K. Ellis, C. B. Fonda, J.
C. Fox, L. D. Geneste, AV. Y. Gibson, C. L.
Grannis, A. J. Green, E. P. llanington, T. F.
Holden, C. AV. Hovberger, L. C. Justice, AV.
W. McCombe, F. B. Nichols, M. J. Quinn, J.
T. Ranier, A. J. Sayles, M. C. Summers, C. M.
C. Tavlor, W. I. Taylor, Heber Todd, Fred.
A'rauken, A. B. A idetto, C. . Warner, J.
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TUESDAY EA'ENING. JUNE 17. 1890.
Steamer CHARLES MACALESTEH leuves
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up to sight-seeing at KENILWORTH AND ITS ANCIENT CASTLE, about which so much
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From Stratford the excursionist will proceed to London, Avhere a stay of several days will be
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"Weekly Excursions to Pen Mtu1
Pennsylvania Hail road.
In order to afford the people of Washington
opportunities of spending a day on mountain
top the Pennsylvania Railroad has arranged to
run weekly excursions to Pen Mar. AVednes
day is the day fixed, and the excursions will bo
run on each Wednesday of tho summer from
July 2 to August 27, inclusive. The round-trip
rate will only be $1.50, tickets to be good only
on tho special train in each direction. The spe
cial will leave Baltimore and Potomac Railroad
station, Sixth aud B streets, at b:15 A. M., and
run through to the mountains via tho Baltimore
and Potomac and the AVestern Maryland rail
roads, leaving Pen Mar on the return trip at
WIT P.M. , ,
Peu Mar is a delightful place for a summer
day's outing, and these weekly trips will prove
a great boon to the citizens of Washington.
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by express train. Here the art galleries and noted edifices Avill be visited, and then Ave are off
for a short ride to the picturesque old Dutch tOAvn of Antwerp. Here are to be seen some of
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