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CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE.
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Senate. The bill for tbc relief of Henry W.
Freedley, late capt. 3d Inf. nud A. Q. M., has
been repotted adversely.
The joint resolution declaring tbc retirement
of Capt. Charles B. Stivers valid, thus entitling
bim to his pay as a retired ofllcer, has been
reported without amendmeut, and a report
The Senate lias confirmed the nomination of
Cicu. Batchcldcr to be Q. M. Gen. of the Army.
An ndverse report has been submitted to the
Senate on tbc joint resolution directing that
names of sharpshooters aud mil. service insti
tution medalists shall be inscribed in the Artnv
House The bill to remuster Capt. Frank
Gray has been referred to the Com. on Mil.
Mr. Broslus presented a petition against in
reasing the JS'nvy signed by numerous citizens
The bill for the relief of Capt. I. B. Webster
has been reported favorably.
Mr. Stump introduced a bill for the relief of
the legal representatives of Henry W. Freedley,
late mnj. In the Army.
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Col. Alexander McD. McCook, whotn the
President has nominated to be a brig, cen., was
born in Ohio and is a member of the "Fighting
McCook" family. He graduated from West
Point In 1862. Ho has since held successively
the titles of capt., col., brig, gen., and maj.
pen. of vols. In 1SG5 he was appointed It. col.,
and in 1SS0 col. of the Gth Inf. He was
brevetted maj. gen. near the close of the war
for "gallant and meritorious services in the
field." Since May, 1SSG, he has been in com
mand of the Inf. and Cav. School at Fort Leav
enworth. His total service is 3S years. He
was 8th in lineal rank among the cols., aud in
relative rank in the army was 12th, in the line
10th. He also held higher rank during the
war than any of his ranking officers.
By direction of the President, the Army Retir
ing Board at St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.,
appointed by Dept. order dated Jan. 12, 1SS9,
is dissolved, and a new board appointed, con
sisting of Brig. Gen. T. H. Ruger, Lt. Col.
Horace Jewctt, 3d Inf.; Maj. Merrltt Barber,
asst. adjt. gen.; Capt. C. K. Winne, asst. surg.,
and Capt. 13. A. Meadus, asst. surg. The re
corder for the board is to be detailed by the
comdg. gen. Dept. Dak.
Brig. Gen. T. H. Ruger, Lt. Col. Horace
Jewett, 3d Inf.; Maj. Merrltt Barber, asst. adjt.
gen., and Capts. C. K. Winne and E. A.
Meadus, asst. surgs., have been appointed a re
tiring board to meet at St. Paul to examine 2d
Lt. C. D. Townsley, 21 Inf., and such other
officers as may be orderod before it.
First Lt. Herbert Cushman, 20th Inf., has
been ordered before the Army Retiring Board at
Governor's Island, N. Y., for examination.
First Lt. Charles Brnden (retired) has been
relieved from duty at the New York Military
Academy, Cornwall, N. Y.
Second Lt. C. D. Townsley, 2d Inf., has been
ordered to report to the retiring board at St.
Paul, Minn., for examination.
First Lieut. II. D. Reed, 25th Inf., and 1st Lt.
R. A. Lovell, 14th Inf., have tendered their res
ignations to the Secretary of War.
Private Jos. Welsh, 1st Art., aud Private
Henry Smith, 10th Inf., have been placed on the
Capt. John Drum, 10th Inf., has been granted
0 months' additional leave of absence.
Capt. Jos. M. Kelly, 10th Cav., has been
granted leave of absence for 0 months, with per
mission to go abroad.
Col. C. M. Smith, 19th Inf., has been ordered
to attend the encampment of the Michigan Na
tional Guard at Coenac Lake, Mich., July 23-2S.
Second Lieut. R. B. Watkins, Signal Corps,
has been grauted 1 month's leave of absence.
First Lieut. II. S. Foster, 20th Iuf., has been
ordered to duty as instructor of military science
and tactics at the University of Vermont at Bur
lington, to relieve 1st Lt. A. S. Gumming, 4th
An extension of 2 months has been made in
the leave- of absence granted 1st Lt. Charles B.
E. W. Van C. Lucas, 2d It., Corps of Engs.,
has been ordered to repoit to tlie Supt. of the
Military Academy, West Point, for temporary
Lieut. Col. Jos. P. Farley, Ord. Dept., has
been ordered from the Now York Arsenal to the
West Point Foundry, Cold Spring, N. Y.
Capt. Stanhope E. Blunt, Ord. Dept., has been
ordered to proceed from the National Armory,
Springfield, MabS., to Hartford, Conn., on busi
ness in connection with the Inspection of Colt's
revolTers now in process of manufacture.
By direction of the President, 2d Lt. Horatio
P, Van Cleve is placed upon the retired list of
Brig. Gen. B. II. Grierson has been placed on
the retired list on account of age.
Second Lieut. Beverly W. Dunu, 3d Art., has
been nominated to bo 1st lt. in the Ord. Dept.
Leave of absence for 2 months has been
granted Capt. Henry S. Howe, 17th Inf., to
take effect on the expiration of his 6ick leave.
Leave of absence for 1 month has been
granted 2d Lt. Robert B. Watkins, Signal
The nominations of 2d Lts. F. F. Eastman,
14th Inf., aud J. O. Green, 12th Inf., to rank of
1st lt have been confitmed by the Senate.
Hosp. Stowurd Patrick O'Neill has been or
dered to Fort Brady, Mich.
The court-martial held at Tucson, Ariz., on
the cases of Majs. Wham and To war, icbulted,
it is believed, in an honorable acquittal for
hoth. No grounds whatever were found for the
charges preferred against them, the trouble be
ing over items of oillce rent.
Col, Batchelder, lately nomiuated to be Q.
M, Gen. of the Army, received his commission
aud took the oath of oillce Friday, the 11th.
A French scientist has discovered a rapidly
volatilizing liquid, which he calls "la nouvelle
ballstique," aulrop of which falling Into the
barrel of n gun from a. receptacle beneath it
expands with a force much greater than that of
gunpowder, accompanied by neither noise nor
smoke. The Invention is said to be also appli
cable to artillery.
Maj. A. G. Robinson, Q. M., has been nom
inated to be deputy Q. M. Gen. with the rank of
Capt. E. B. Atwood, A. Q. M., has been
nominated to bo Q. M., with the rank of maj.
The leave of absence granted Capt. John
Drum, 10th Inf., has been extended G months.
Leave of absence for 0 months, with permis
sion to go abroad, has been granted Cant. Jo
seph M. Kelly, 10th Cav.
Col. Charles H. Smith, 10th Inf., has been
ordered to attend the Michigan National Guard
encampment at Cognac Lake, Battle Creek,
Mich., July 23, to Inspect the State troops.
The leave of absence granted 2d Lt. William
II. Baldwin, 7th Cav., has been extended 2
Leave of absence for 1 months has been
granted 1st Lt. Ammon A. Augur, 24th Inf.,
whenever his services can bo spared.
Second Lieut. Frederick Perkins, at his own
request, has been transferred from Co. II to
Co. E, 24th Inf.
The leave of absence granted 1st Lt. William
E. Shipp, 10th Cav., hasbecn extended 1 month.
Capt. Gilbert E. Proctor, Gth Cav., has been
ordered before the Army retiring board at Gov
ernor's Island for examination.
Col. Beckman DuBarry has been nominated
for promotion to Commissary Gen. of Subsist
ence, with rank of brig. gen.
The following-named cadets have been ap
pointed to tho Military Academy: W. P. Pearce,
Uth Dist. Ind.; I. W. Boulware, 11th Dist. Mo.;
O. P. Towushend, 19th 111. Dist.; H. D. LIlll
brldge, lGth Dist. Ohio; Paul Kelso, 2d Dist.
Ark.; A. S. Fleming, 5th Ky. Dist.; M. L. Mc
Grew, 5th N. J., with T. J. Hlllery, 5th N. J.,
Col. Alexander McD. McCook. Gth Inf.. has
been nominated to be brig. gen.
Second Lieut. George McK. Williamson, Gth
Cav., has been ordered to join his troop at Fort
Wingate, New Mex.
The leave of absence granted 2d Lt. Wil
liam II. Baldwin, 7th Cav., has been extended
Four months' leave of absence has been
granted 1st Lt. Ammon A. Augur, 24th Iuf.
The leave of absence granted 1st Lt. Wil
liam E. Shfpp, 10th Cav., has been extended 1
THE NxlVY AND MARINE CORPS.
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The North Atlantic Squadron has been or
dered to visit Bath and Bar Harbor, and then
proceed to New York.
Lieuts. C. E. Calahan, J. C. Fr6mont, II. II.
Hasley, and P. V. Lansdale, Ensign A. A. Ack
erman, Medical Insp. Theoron oolverton, P.
A. Surg. P. A. Lovering, Asst. Surg. T. B.
Bailey, Pay Insp. A. S. Kenny, P. A. Eng. R. S.
Griffin, and Chaplain C. S. Parks have been or
dered to hold themselves in readiness for orders
to tho Philadelphia.
Ensign George Breed has resigned, to take ef
fect Jan. 7,1S91.
Acting Gunner II. J.Tresselthasbeen ordered
to duty in connection with fitting the Philadel
phia for sea.
Capt. F. Wood, Marine Corps, one of the men
sent to the Paris Exposition, has received an
honorable discharge, his term of service having
Lieut. William H. Stayton, who it will be re
membered acted as asst. judge advocate In the
McCalla court-martial, has resigned his position
in the Navy, aud will practice law in this city.
Cadet Charles DeL. Hine, 1st class, Military
Academy, has been detailed to attend the en
campment of the National Guard of the District,
at Fort Washington, July 20, for the purpose of
giving instruction In guard duty.
A monument Is being built at the Naval
Cemetery, Annapolis, in commemoration of tho
seamen who lost their lives in the storm at
New uniforms of black, with red trimmings,
have been provided for the Navy Yard Band.
The Monongahela goes to Portsmouth to be
fitted up as a training-ship.
Dr. Elisha R. Houghton, of New York, has
been nominated to be asst. surg. in the Marine
Tho following-named graduates of tho Naval
Academy, J. A. Lejeune, of La.; E. K. Cole, of
N. Y., aud T. P. Kane, at large, are nominated
to be 2d Its. in the Marine Corps.
Armtn Hartrath, of Mich.; O. W. Koester, of
Pa.; E. L. Beach, of Minn., and II, O. Stlckney,
of Ky., have been nominated to be asst. engs.
in tho Navy.
Frank Marble, N. Y.j A. II. Robertson, 111.;
C. B. Brlttalne, Ky.; C. B. Morgan, Miss.; W.
M. Crose, Ind.; J. P. Hubbard, N. Y.; D. W.
Bcswlck, Mich.; M. L. Miller, Mass.; L. II.
Chandler, N. II.; G. N. Hay ward, N. Y.; 8. S.
Robinson, Pu.; H. K. Benhara, N. Y.; C. F.
Hughes, Maine; A. L. Norton, Ohio; J. H.
Reed, Va.; W. B. Franklin, Md.; II. A. Wiley,
Texas, aud F. B, Bassett, N. Y., have been
nominated to bo ensigns In the Navy.
Com. Mayo Dyer has been ordered as inspr.
of ord, at the League Island yard.
Prof. W. W. Hendrlekson has been ordered
to coutlnuo on duty at the Naval Academy un
til Sept. 30.
Comdr. G. W. Pigman has been detached
from duty as inspr. of ord. at tho League Isl
aud yard, and ordered as equipment officer of
Lieut. Duncan Kenuedy has been detached
from duty on tho board of organization, and
ordered to tho Pensacola, 10th inst.
Tho torpedo boat Gushing made tho run from
tho Brooklyn Navy Yard to New London,
Conn., 120 miles, in 4 hours and 44 minutes.
She is now at Newport,
Tho Baltimore, Dolphin, and Petrel left Port
laud for Bath yesterday.
A board, consisting of Rear Adm. Kimberly,
Capt. Mutthews, Comdr. W. R. Bridgman, Lt.
Comdr. Maynard, Lt6. Meigs, Southerland, aud
Fletcher, aud Ensigns Alger and Ackerman,
was yesterday appointed to conduct a competi
tive trial of armor plates at Annapolis Aug. 10.
The Union Iron Works, of San Francisco,
contractors for the 5,500-ton protected cruiser,
have been permitted by the Navy Dept. to add
15 feet to the length of the vessel at their own
expense, the object being to iucrcaso Its speed
and generally Improve tho proportions.
Asst. Surg. Georgo M. Magruder has been
nominated for promotion to P. A. surg. In the
Marine Hospital Service.
The Ranger and Thetis have been ordered
from Sau Francisco to the west coast of Central
America to protect the luterests of American
subjects in case of serious trouble between Sal
vador and Guatemala.
The ordnance outfit, including carriages and
projectiles, has been shipped to the Philadel
phia from this city. Tho cruiser will proceed
to New York, where the fitting out will be
The Essex has left Portland for New York.
The scbool-6hlp Portsmouth has sailed from
Newport for a cruise In European waters.
Tho leave of absence granted 1st Lt. John J.
Breretou, ndjt. 24th Inf., has been extended 0
months, with permission to go beyoud sea.
Comdr. C. M. Chester has been detached as a
member of tho board of organization, aud or
dered to duty In the Bureau of Navigation.
Ensign A. A. Ackerman has been ordored
from the Navy Yard, Washington, to duty on
The President has signed an act providing for
the sale of Navy Yard and U. S. Naval Hospital
lands in Brooklyn.
Ensign J. B. Bernadou has been authorized to
accept two vases presented to him by the Japa
The promotion of P. A. Surgs. C. G Herndon
aud L. G. Heruberger have been confirmed by
The nominations of N. J. Blnckwood, of Pa.,
and J. II. North, Jr., of N. Y., to be asst. surgs.
in the Navy, have been confirmed by the Senate.
The following promotions have been con
firmed by the Senate: Asst. Eng. F. W. Bart
lett, to be a P. A. Eng. in the Navy; 2d Lts. II.
C. Haines and J. E. Mahoney, Marine Corps, to
lstlts.; IstLt. A. C. Keltou, Marine Corps, to
The cadets at the Annapolis Naval Academy
received the following cablegram from Rio on
the 4th: "Students of Naval School of Brazil
felicitate students of Naval School at Annap
olis on the memorable day of Independence."
The following was sent in reply: "United
States naval cadets thank Brazilian cadets, and
tender best wishes for sister republic."
Some time in tho early part of August is the
time set for the test of the three samples of
steel plate which have beeu brought from
abroad In answer to an advertisement of the
Navy Dept. No plates of American manufac
ture were offered, and consequently these, if
satisfactory, will have to be used. The plates
are each 10J inches thick, and will be fired at
with steel sheels, G aud 8 calfbre, with velocities
of 2,075 and 1,830 feet per second.
The ship-building firm of William Cramp A
Sons, of Philadelphia, are preparing to greatly
enlarge their yards and increase their capacity.
They have increased their capital to $3,500,000,
and have purchased a tract of GO acres of laud
on the Delaware front below League Island.
On this site they intend to establish the largest
ship-bulldlng yard in the world. Their Ken
sington yard will not be abandoned, however.
Carpenter A. O. Good6oe has been ordered to
duty at the Boston Navy Yard.
Lieut. Martin E. Hall has been detached from
the Pensacola, and ordered to special duty at
the torpedo station at Newport, R. I.
Ensigns Augustus N. Mayer and Joseph N.
Rohrbacker have beeu detached from tho Pen
sacola, and ordered to the Coast Survey.
Chaplain Frank Thompson has been detached
from the Navy Yard, Mare Island, on the 24th
lust., and ordered to the Charleston per steamer
of 20th inst.
Capt. J. C. Watson has been detached from
duty as president of tho board of inspection and
survey at San Francisco, and ordered as capt.
of the Mare Island Navy Yard, relieving Comdr.
Louis KempfC, who is placed on waiting
Lieut. Henry Morrell has been detached from
duty in the Bureau of Ord., 24th inst., aud or
dered to the Pensacola.
Eusign C. M. Kuepper bus been detached
from the Ranger, and granted 3 months' leave.
Ensign II. S. Chase has been detached from
the Naval Observatory, July 21, aud ordered to
From present Indications the cruiser San
Iranclsco will prove oue of the fastest war
ships afloat. Tho ord. shops in this city will
have completed her 12 (Much guns within 3
weeks, which If done will considerably lower
their record for the time taken in executing
work of that nature.
A6st. Librarian of tho Naval Academy Ju
lius Spencer has been removed, and A. L.
Drydeu, Republican member of tho lu6t .Md.
Legislature, appoiuted in his place.
G. A. It. ITEMS.
At tho last meeting of Burnsldo Post No. 8,
G. A. R,, a very pleasant event occurred. Dept.
Comdr. Urell aud staff were present on an
official visit. Comdr. Urell took the chair and
recalled the fact that at tho last dept. encamp
ment a com. of past comdrs. had been ap
pointed to present a suitable testimonial to Past
Dept. Comdr. Odell. This com. was in attend
ance, ready to discliargo their pleasant duty.
Comrade Harrison Dlngman then made some
highly ilattering remarks to Past Comdr. Odell,
and at their conclusion presented him with a
fine gold watch and chain, as a token of tho es
teem in which ho was held by tho comrades of
tho Dept. Comdr. Odell made a fitting reply.
It is expected that a party of several hun
dred, possibly 1,000, will go from Washington
to the G. A. R. National Encampment in Bos
ton, bealunlug Aug, 11. Hundreds of friends
of delegates will accompauy them. Tho Dept.
of tho Potomac will bo represented by tho fol
lowing: J. Q. Brown, J. S. Stodder, L. M.
ork, and Thomas W. West. Alternates: Pat
rick O'Farrell, II. M, Bennett, A. Hart, aud J.
W. Freeman. John P. Church is a member of
tho national council of administration. The
iouowing aro entitled to seats in the encamp
ment: Comdr. M. Emraett Urell, Senior Vice
Comdr. S. F. Fauco, Junior Vice Comdr. Cal
vin Farnsworth, Asst. Adjt. Gen. John M.
Kcogh. Dept. Comdrs. Frank II. Sprngup, Ben
jamin F. Hawkes, A. II. G. Rlcbardsou, George
E. Corson, Harrison Dlngman, Charles C.
Rozcr, William Gibson, Samuel S. Burdett,
Nowton Jf. Brooks, Jeromo B. Burke, and
Charles P. Lincoln. It was hoped for
a time that the National Encampment
might be Induced to meet In Washing
ton next year, but tho hope has now been
abandoned. G. A. R. men say sufficient en
couragement was not given them by citizens
generally that the funds necessary for enter
taining tho encampment would bo subscribed.
Consequently, Dept. Comdr. Urell yesterday
discharged the com. which was nppointed to
look after the matter, and no invitation will bo
issued to tho National Encampment to come
here in 1S91.
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A careful canvass of the 3d Batt. bIiows that
tho following will bo tho strength of the 4 cos.
at the coming encampment: Co. A, 35; Co. B,
45; Co. C, 30; Co. D, 45. Total, 155.
At the regular monthly meeting of the 3d
Batt., held on the evening of July 7, the follow
ing members were ordered expelled for non-attendance
at drills and non-payment of dues,
unless within two weeks from date they pay
their dues aud fines In full and ask for au hon
orable discharge: Co. A J. J. Coulter. Co.
u .uuruu ji. u. uarvey, uuey iiarnett, ana
Sydney G. Stacker. Co. C George Smith and
Charlie R. Ricketts. Co. D Benjamin N.
The regular monthly dues were reduced from
50 ceuts to 25 cents at tho monthly meeting of
the 3d Batt. on the 7th.
A well-attended meeting of the National Riiles
was held la6t Thursday cveniug, with Capt.
Oyster in the chair. A noticeable feature of the
evening was the election of a largo number of
honorary members. Tho regular drills of the
co. have been suspended during the hot weather,
but a number of the "regulars" will meet once
a week, as of old, to forget not their cunning
with tho gun. A good deal of suppressed mer
riment was noticed when tho score was read of
the annual shoot, which was held at the Arsenal
grounds on the Fourth of July. Some of the
crack shots did shooting that amateurs would
be ashamed of, and consequently the prizes of the
co. were distributed among the new members,
by good scores, considering that no practice was
Indulged in. A handsome set of engrossed
resolutions was presented by the honorary
members through Mr. Will Findlay, and now
occupy a prominent place In the Armory to ever
keep in mind the happy time spent at Marshall
Hall by the stag party given to tho honorary
members of tho co.
WOES OF ARMY MEN.
One "Who lias Been for Twenty-three Yen
a Lieutenant of Artillery.
Now York Cor. Pittsburg Dispatch.
While over at Fort Hamilton the other day I
met Lieut. Van Ness, of the First United States
Artillery, which has recently been transferred
from the Pacific Coast. Lieut. Van Ness be
longs to the famous Van Ness family whpse
mansion of a hundred years ago stands upon the
banks of the Potomac below the White House
and has been the subject of undying interest to
the Washington correspondent. Lieut. Van
Ness was a mere boy toward the close of the Re
bellion, since which he has been In the service,
where his father was before him. There was a
vein of pathos In his tone when he informed mo
that he had been for twenty-three years in his
present grade as first lieutenant of artillery.
He stands at the head of his grade, however,
and will probably be rewarded with tho next
captaincy which becomes vacant. That is to
say, if no ex-Army ofllcer is restored to tho
Army Register unexpectedly to Interfere with
his promotion. If our Navy officers, who kick
so much about the slowness of promotion, would
glance at the chances of a young subaltern of
artillery they would feel that they had much to
bo thankful for.
I was surprised to learn from tho officers thus
trausfened from San Francisco that tho most
of them regretted tho change. In tho Army
and Navy it is popularly supposed .that New
lorklsa desirable post. It seems, however,
that, so far as the United States artillery is con
cerned, San .Fraucisco is much more desir
able. While Fort Hamilton is very pleasantly
situated, and tho quarters of tho officers seem
to be in every way suitable, tho surroundings of
the military station at tho Golden Gate aro in
every respect more pleasant. Tliero aro always
more or less close friendships to bo broken by
such a transfer. The very fact that tho soldier
mu6t leave his favorite horse behind him, and
is separated from his family and dally acquain
tances of guns and equipments, Is not without
tho elements of deep regret.
If you could hear one of these men recalling
tho memory of tho horse ho had trained to his
personal me, or speaking fondly of tho cannon
his own hands had helped daily to burnish, you
would think that these objects auimato and In
animate were graven on his heart. "The guns
wo left behind us," said Lieut. Van Ness, as ho
gazed contemptuously upon tho lacquered piece
before him. and speaking as a man might speak
of tho girl ho had left behind him, "shone like
burnished silver. Look at these."
"The horse 1 had In San Francisco," 6aid tho
sergeant, softly stroking tho slick coat of tho
animal in the stall, "I had trained to answer tho
bugle and to He down and rise up at tho word
of command. Ah I he was a beauty !"
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