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CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE.
Senate. Air. Vorliccs reported a bill direct
ing the Secretary of War to purchase the eques
trian painting o't Gen. Winfield Scott now in
the Corcoran Art Gallery.
The nominations of Col. Alex. McD. Mc
Cook, to be brig, gen.; of Col, Bcckuiau Du
Barry, to bo com. gen. of subsistence, with the
rank of brig, gen.; of Dr. Elihu R. Iloughtou,
anil of Asst. Sure. G. M. Magrudcr, to be asst.
and P. A. sums., respectively, in the marine
hospital service, have been confirmed by the
The bill (S. 3029) granting to the State of
Washington a section of public land for a
soldiers' home and for the militia of that State
has been passed by the Senate.
Mr. Evarts introduced a bill (S. 4232) to cor
rect the military record of Lt. CorucllusMcLcnu.
Mr. Teller introduced a bill (S. 4233) granting
a pension to Jessie FrGraout, -widow of the late
John C. FrCmont, brig. geu. on the retired list.
Favorable reports have been submitted upon
the petitions of II. II. Bellas and G. W. Kings
bury, 1st Its. of 4th Cav. and 12th Inf., respect
ively, praying that they may bo retired with the
rank of capt.
Mr. Cullom introduced a bill (S. 4237) grant
ing leave of absence without charge to members
of the G. A. R. to atteud annual encampment.
House. Mr. Baker introduced a bill (II. R.
11395) for the relief of YV. W. Gilbert, late capt.
Mr. Vandever introduced a bill (II. R. 11420)
prantinga pension of 3,000 a year to Jessie
BentonTrGmout, widow of the late Gen. John
A communication from the Secretary of War
was read transmitting petitions from officers of
the Army praying that the number of appoint
ments at larce to the Military Academy be in
creased to 20, and that such appointments be
restricted to the sons of officers and soldiers
and the lineal descendants of officers of the
volunteer forces of the late war.
Second Lieut. T. II. McGuire, 25th Inf., has
been transferred by his own request from Co. I
to Co. G. of that regt.
Capt. Stephen R. Stafford, 15lh Inf., has been
ordered to report for examination to the presi
dent of the retiring board at Governor's Island,
N. Y. City.
Second Lieut. Samuel Reber, 4th Cav., Fort
Myer, Va., has been ordered to report imme
diately for temporarv duty to the Chief Signal
Officer, U. S. A., in this city.
Orders have been issued for the selection of
suitable soldiers from each troop of cav. to take
part in the cav. competition, reporting at Fort
rugate, JN. .u., by July us.
The Tresidcnt has approved the bill granting
a pension to the widow of the late Brevet Brig.
Gen. Nathaniel MIchler.
For the rifle-BUOotins contests In the Army
this year 10'J gold, silver, and bronze medals
will be awarded to the best marksmen. The
medals have been received at the "War Dent.
The metal used in them cost over 3,000. The
gold medals are divided as follows: Two as a 1st
prize and 0 as 2d-clnss prizes, Army marksman
ship; 3 1st prizes and J 2d-class prizes, division
marksmanship; 3 lstprizesand92d-classprizes,
cavalry competition; S 1st prizes, department
marksmanship, and 3 1st prizes, revolver match.
The silver medals aro divided: 12 as 3d-class
prizes, Army marksmanship; 18 3d-class prizes,
division marksmanship; lb 3d-class prizes, cav
alry competition; 0 2d-class prizes, department
marksmanship, and 9 2d-class prizes, revolver
match. Of the bronze medals 48 are as 3d-class
prizes, department marksmanship, aud 18 as
3d-class prizes, revolver match.
The troops of the 3d Batt. of Art., stationed
at the barracks at the foot of Seventh st., and a
co. of cav. from Fort Myer, Va., left "Washing
ton Monday night to go into camp with the Pa.
troops at Mt. Gretna, in that State.
First Lieuts. J. L. Chamberlin, 1st Art., and
J. T. Thompson, 2d Art., have been detailed for
temporary duty at the Washington Navy Yard.
Second Lieut. Samuel Reber, 4th Cav., is or
dered to the encampment at Mount Gretna, Pa.
Maj. J. 11. Lord, Q. M., has been ordered to
Sau Francisco to relievo Col. M. 1. Ludingtou,
who is ordered to report to the Q. M. Gen.
Capt. John F. Stretch, 10th Inf., has been or
dered to inspect the State troops taking part in
the encampment of the N. G. of Mo. at Excel
sior Springs, that State.
Capt. C. S. Smith, U. S. A., was registered at
the Lbbltt the past week.
Lieut. C. V. Donaldson, Co. G, 24th Inf., sta
tioned at Fort Grant, Ariz., was drowned in the
surf at Newpoit Beach, near Santa Alia, Cal,,
in attempting to rescue a young lady who whs
carried beyond her depth.
The following have been appointed cadets at
the Military Academy: W. Is. Johnstone, 1st
N. Y.; H. C. Mayo, 1st Va., with Coleman
Brown as alternate; J. B. Allen, 2d Texas, with
F. F. Sims as alternate; Otto 15. Rosenbaum,
Uth Va., with D. C. Lumpkin as alternate, and
C. II. Paine, 4th Md.
The President and Secretary Proctor have
been considering the plan of abolishlug dlv.
commands and substituting dept. commands.
The Div. Mo, would under the plan proposed bo
placed under the control of brig, gens., who
would report direct to Maj. Gen. Schofleld, in
"Washington. The Divs. Atlantic and PaciDc
would be under the command of maj. gens. A
Chicago despatch quotesGeiuVilliams in op
position to the proposed changes. Jo ques
tioned their practicability. If the great Div.
Mo. were abolished, he said, there would bo
confusion in moviug troops and the slight ad
vantages gained by abolishing divisions would
be more than overbalanced by the confusion
that would certainly follow in au emergency
where the troops were called upon. Chicago
would ceaso to bo a mil. hdqrs. should the idea
of abolishlug the diviblons be carried out.
The following Army nominations have been
made: Lt. Col. M. R. Morgan, to bo col. aud asst.
com. gen. of sub.; Maj. T. C. Sulllvau, to be
lt. col. and asst. com. gen. of sub.; Capt. "W.
II. Na6h, to be maj. and com. of sub.; Lt. Col.
M. A. Cochrane, to be col. 0th Inf.; Muj. AV. L.
Kellogc, 19th Inf., to bo lt. col. 5th inf.; Capt.
E. M. Coates, 4th Inf., to bo maj. l'Jth Inf.; 1st
Lt. R. P. Brown, 4th Inf., to bo cant.
The order directing 2d Lt. J. E. Nolan to re
port for duty ut West Point Aug. 28 is revoked.
Maj. Gen. John C. FrCmont died last Sunday
iu -Now York. Tiio lunerai iook piaco wea
lthy do J drink Tunulmuser beer V Because
It is tfi"besUrj Hw jflttrkot.
nesday morning from St. Ignatius' Church,
that city. Gen. Fr6mont wn6 born in Savannah,
Jan. 21, 1813. Ho was commissioned in 183S as
a 2d lt. in the Corps of Topographical Engs.,
and brevcttcd 1st It. after his expedition to the
Wind River Mountains, ascending Fremont's
Peak, now known as Plko's Peak. In 1843 ho
began his explorations beyond the Rockies.
He was brevcttcd capt. in 1845. He next ex
plored the great basin and the maritime region
of Oregon and California. He resigned from
the Army in 1S48, and was elected Senator from
Cal. In 1S50 ho became tho "Free-Soil" candi
date for President. Soon after the outbreak of
the war he became maj. gen., but soon re
signed. In 1870 he wa6 made Governor of
Ord. Sergt. Emil Goetzc is ordered to report
at Fort Lewis, Col.
Leaves of Absence. Leaves of absence have
been granted as follows: 2d Lt. J. A. Towers,
1st Art., 1 month's extcuslon; Capt. C. P.
Eagan, C. S., 2 mouths' extension; 1st Lt. R.
T. Earle, 2d Inf., until further orders; Capt. W.
n. Corbusler, asst. surg., 4 months: Capt. Ar
thur Murrav, Dept. Mo., extended 15" days;
Capt. G. A. Goodale, 23d Inf., 1 year from Sept.
1,1890; IstLt. A. L. Smith, Q. M. 4th Cav.,
Dlv. Pacific, extended 4 months; 2d Lt. I. N.
Lewis, until Oct. 1, 1890; Capt. J. L. Phillips,
asst. 6urg., 2 months; Maj. T. A. Baldwin, 7th
Cav., 4 months; 1st Lt. E. L. Fletcher, 13th
Inf., 4 months; 1st Lt. W. A. Maun, 17th Inf.,
4 months; Maj. J. H. Gilman, C. S., 2 months;
2d Lt. F. A. Tript, 1st Inf., extended 2 months;
L. M. Koehlcr, extended 5 months.
T Gen. D. T. Van Burendled atPlaiufield, N. J.,
the 17th inst., aged 07. He was a graduate of
West Point, volunteered at the outbreak of tho
Civil War, and was appointed maj. and asst.
adjt. gen. Later he was promoted col., and
was aide-de-camp to Gen. Dlx throughout tho
war. He was mustered out March 20, 18GG.
First Lieut. AV. B. Gordon, Ord. Dept., is or
dered to the Niles Tool Works, Hamilton, Ohio.
The Senate has confirmed the following nom
inations to promotions in the Army: Q. M.
Dept. Maj. A. G. Robinson, to be Deputy Q.
M. Gen., with rank of lt. col.; Capt. E. B. At
wood, to be Q. M., with rank of maj. Ord.
Dept. 2d Lt. B. AV. Dunn, 3d Art., to be 1st lt.
Brig. Gen. R. N. Batchelder, Q. M. Gen., has
been relieved from duty in charge of the gen
eral depot in New York, and ordered to pro
ceed to AVashington to assume his new duties.
THE NAVY AND MARINE CORPS.
The Alliance has arrived at Hong Kong.
Commo. John Irwin has been ordered to
duty as senior member of the board of inspec
tion at the Mare Island yard, Cal.
Lieut. R. T. Mulligan has been ordered to
duty aboard the Vermont.
Lieut. L. K. Reynolds has been detached
from the Vermont, and ordered to the coast
Ensign W. AAr. Buchanan has been detached
from the Dolphin, and ordered to the coast
Ensign R. D. Tisdalo has been detached from
the coast survey steamer Bache, and has been
ordered to hold himself in readiness for orders
to the Philadelphia.
Surg. Gen. John B. Hamilton, marine hospital
service, has been ordered to the International
Medical Congress to meet at Berlin, Aug. 10.
Lieut. E. D. Bostick has been detached from
the Equipment Dept., Navy Yard, aud ordered
Lieut. J. C. Gilmore has been ordered to duty
in the Bureau of Equipment.
Rear Adm. Belknap, comdr. of the naval
forces on the Asiatic Station, has informed the
Navy Dept. that the extent of his interference in
the late troubles in Corca was to station troops
in the building of our legation for the protection
of Americaus and their property.
The Mouongahela is being flttedjout a6 a training-ship
at Portsmouth, N. II.
The new cruiser San Francisco was officially
inspected in dry-dock AVedne6day last at the
Union Iron AVorks, San Francisco. Her trial
trip will be made in the course of 2 or 3 weeks.
Ensign AV. J. Maxwell has been detached from
tho AVashington Navy Yard, aud ordered to the
Ensign John II. Shiplej has been detached
from the Michigan, and ordered to tho Kear
sarge. Lieut. II. O. Rittenhouse has been ordered to
the Naval Academy.
N. M. Dyer, U. S. N was at tlieEbbltt House'
the past week.
Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. J. Marthmore, U. S.
N., are at the Laugham.
G. II. White, U. S. N., was in the city tho
The Secretary of the Navy has ordered tho ac
ceptance of the cruiser Philadelphia.
The Navy Dept. has been Informed that tho
cruiser Newark will bo reudyfor trial by Sept. 1.
Prof. James P. Soley, lately nominated for tho
office of Assistant Secretary of tho Navy, is a
native of Massachusetts. He is a graduate of
Harvard, and in 1870 lie was appointed to the
Naval Academy as professor of international
law and English studies. In 1882 he was trans
ferred to Washington on duty in the library of
tho Navy Dept. Since 1S83 lie ha6 superintended
'ho publication of the "Naval Records of the
T. F. Caswell, J. Hood, and J. C. Kafer, U.
S. N., from Annapolis, arrived Thursday and
registered at the Ebbitt,
dipt. Silas Casey has been ordered to duty in
connection with the fitting out of tho Newark.
Lieut. Frederick Singer has been ordered to
hold himself in readiness for duty on tho Rauger.
Payuir, G. W. Beamau has been ordered to
tho Portsmouth (N. H.) yard, relieving Pay
Insp. G. A. Lyon, ordered to settle accounts.
Pay Director AV. W. AVilliums has been de
tached from the Maro Island yard, Autr. 14, and
ordered to 6Cttlo accounts.
Commo. Joseph Skerrett has been detached
from tho command of tho Portsmouth (N. H.)
Navy Vard, Sept. 13, and ordered to command
Ono of tho finest and best brands of beer
manufactured is tho Tar.nhuuser, which is bot
tled nud sold by Mr. Herman Benzler, IC'J D
street. Family orders uromado a specialty. Or
ders by liostul or telephone ail-a will receivn
tho AVashington yard, Sept. 15, relieving Capt.
R. AV. Meade, who is placed on walting'ordcrs.-
Lieut. AV. IT. Bcchlcr and II. R. Tyler, Em
sign J. II. Gibbons, aud P. A. Paymr. J. C
Sullivan have been detached from tho Adams,
ordered to temporary duty on tho Independence,
and to hold themselves in readiness for orders
to tho Nipsic.
Lieut. Comdr. J. J. Hunkc has boon detached
from the Adams, and ordered to temporary
duty on tho Independence and to hold himself
in readiness as executive of tho Nlpslc.
Chief Eng. Absalom Kirby and Asst. Eng.
Georgo McElroy have been detached from the
Adams, and ordered to temporary duty on the
Eusicn W. B. Fletcher has been detached
from the Adams, ordered to temporary duty on
the Independence, and to hold himself in readi
ness for tho Rauger.
On AVednesday afternoon Thomas Truxtou,
the 13-ycar-old sou of the late Commo. AA T.
Truxton, was drowned while bathing at Norfolk.
The officers of the Adams, which arc to be put
out of commission, are to succeed those of the
Nipsic, soou to bo brought from Honolulu to
Capt. F. E. Phelps, Sth Cav., has been ordered
to report to Brig. Geu. Ruger, at St. Paul, Minn.
First Lieut. J. N. Rhodes, revenue marine
service, died at Algiers, La., July 10.
Lieut. Comdr. S. AV. Arery has been detached
from duty at tho Naval Academy, 30th inst.,
and ordered to duty iu connection with the fit
ting out of the Newark.
Lieut. A. Marix, Ensign A. A. Ackerman,
P. A- Eng. Riehard Juch, Acting Gunuer II. J.
Tresselt. Carpr. D. AT. Perry, Lt. C. E. Calahan,
Lt. H. it. Haslev, Lt. Philip Lausdale, Naval
Cadets J. H. Dayton. J. L. Latimer, F. A". Sul
livan, C. L. Bond, AV. H. Buck, II. L. Ritter,
and F. H. Schofleld. P. A. Sure P. A. Lovering,
Asst. Surg. T. B. Bailey, Pay Insp. A. S. Kenny,
Chief Eng. Robert Potts, and P. A. Eng. R. S.
Griffin have been ordered to the Philadelphia,
Med. Insp. H. M. Wells has been detached
from duty in charge of the Museum of Hyciene,
and ordered to duty in charge of the Naval
Hospital, Washington, relieving Med. Insp.
Adolph Hoehliug, who is ordered to the League
Lieut. Comdr. E. H. C. Leutze has been or
dered as executive of the Philadelphia, July 24.
Med. Insp. C. II. White has been detached
from tho Pensacola, and placed on waiting
Med. Insp. G. II. Cook has been detached
from the League Island yard, and ordered to
Asst. Surg. J. M. Whitfield has been ordered
to temporary duty on board, the Ajax and other
monitors in the James River near Richmond.
Ensign H. A. Bispham has been detached
from the receiving-ship Vermont, and ordered
to the Enterprise.
The orders of Comdr. N. Mayo Dyer to duty
at the League Island yard have been revoked.
The foUowing naval nominations have been
made: A. L. Benedict, of N. Y., to be asst.
surg. in tho marine hospital service, to succeed
Asst. Surg. F. C. Heath, resigned.
The Senate has confirmed the nomination of
J. R. Soley to be Assistant Secretary of the Nav3.
The following nominations have been con
firmed by the Senate: Asst. engs., A. Hart
rath, O. W. Koester, E. L. Beach, aud II. O.
Stlekney; 2d Its., J. A. Lejune, C. L. Ingate,
L. A. Stafford, E. K. Cole, aud T. P. Kane;
ensigns, F. Marble, A. II. Robertson, C. B.
Brlttain, C. B. Morgan, W. M. Grose, J. P.
Hubbard, D. W. Beswlck, M. L. Miller, L. II.
Chandler, G. N. Hayward, S. S. Robisou, II. K.
Benham, C. F. Hughes, A. L. Norton, J. H.
Reid, W. B. Franklin, II. A. AVilev, and F. B.
Naval Leaves of Absence Ensigu T. C. Fen
ton, detached from the Galena, granted leave
for 1 mouth, and on its expiration ordered to
temporary duty at the Washington Navy Yard;
Comdr. J. G. Green, detached from command
of the Adams and granted 2 months leave. Lt.
Herbert Winslow aud P. A. Surg. E. II. Mar
steller, detached fiom tho Adams, and granted
1 month's leave.
Comdr. Louis Kempil has been ordered as a
member of the boaid of inspection at San Fran
cisco. Lieut. John C. FrGmont, Cadet E. L. Beach,
and Med. Insp. Thearon AVoolverton havo been
ordered to the Philadelphia, July 24.
Capt. R. F. Bradford, detached from duty
connected with the Philadelphia, has been or
dered to command that vessel July 21.
Pay Director J. D. Murray has been ordered
to duty at the Naval Academy, July 24, reliev
ing Pay Insp. T. T. Caswell, ordered as gen.
storekeeper at the Mare Island yard, Aug. 14.
Lieut. Comdr. W. Swift has been detached
from tho AVashington Navy Yard, Aug. 1, and
granted furlough for 1 year.
P. A. Surg. S. S. White has been ordered to
tho marine rendezvous at San Francisco.
Asst. Surg. L. II. Stone has been ordered to
tho rccelviiig-sbip New Hampshire, relieving
Asst. Surg. J. F. Urie, ordered to tho AVabash.
Ensign Frank M. Russell has been detached
from tho Yorktown, and ordered to the Enter
Ensigns W. S. Chase and J. II. Hetherlngton
havo beou ordered to examination for promo
tion 21st inst.
Chaplain Henry II. Clark has been ordered
to duty at the Naval Academy Sept. 1.
Lieut. II. Osterhaus has been detached from
the Franklin, and ordered to the Pensacola.
Lieut. F. II. Crosby has been detached from
tho Riehmoud, and ordered to ord. duty at the
G. A. 11. ITEMS.
An enthusiastic meeting of tho Old Guard
was held Tuesday night after the drill. Tho
committee on transportation reported that the
139 6tate-rooms on the steamer Connecticut had
been disposed of and the required deposit
made. The members were called upon to yield
their state-rooms as far as possible in order that
tho large number of the friends of tho corps
unprovided for might bo accommodated. The
proposition was willingly acceded to. The
All tho leading restaurants Imvo R.I'ortner
Brewing Co.'s Vienna Cabinet and Culmbueher
Beers on draught. Call for it uud drink uoother.
special train will carry over 400 passengers.
Letters were read from Gen. L. A. Grant, As
sistant Secretary of AArar, and Corp. James
Tanner, expressing thoir appreciation of their
election as honorary' members. A march and
soug, with words appropriate to tho organiza
tion, will bo published shortly. At tho meeting
Tuesday night the Schubert Quartetto kindly
put in an appearance and played and sang tho
spirited words of the soug to tho delight of tho
members. Prof. Ihssessfeldt, 3d Art. Band, is
also arranging a march to bo dedicated to the
corps, to the music of which the vets, will
march to the B. and O. R. R. depot, Aug. 10,
on their way to tho Grand Army encampment.
A roster of tho members of the corps, giving
their military history, also including tho names
of tho Honorary members, is being prepared for
publication, and the committee reported that
it would bo ready for issue in n short time.
The following were elected honorary members:
B. L. Simpson, D. M. Goodacre, Ben Eugel, E.
II. Larrabcc, AV. II. Myers, F. Von Spcalkaus,
AV. AV. Bliss, A. B. rainier, J. Moriarty, C. E.
Siinms, AV. 15. Morgan, and S. B. Taylor.
Tho AVoman's Relief Corps of U. S. Grant
Post No. S organized Friday evening with tho
following officers: President, Mrs. C.a. Thomp
son; Vice Presidents, Mrs. J. T. Turner, Miss
C. E. Cleveland; Treasurer, Mrs. II. AV. Robb;
Chaplain. Mrs. S. L. Brookflold; Conductor,
Miss M. Turner; Guard, Miss E. A. Wcstgato;
Assistant Conductor, Miss E. Turner; Assistant
Guard, MI6S II. Greenwood; Secretary, Miss C.
Dr. P. V. Dolau has beeu appointed hospital
steward of tho 1st Batt.flst Regt. D. C. N. G.
He will go on duty at the coming encampment
at Fort Washington.
AA. E. Aughinbaugh has beeu appointed Q.
M. sergt. of the 3d Batt., and Dr. Frank P.
Weller hosp. steward.
The Light Infantry Corps, at a meeting last
week, gave up their Intention of holding an In
dependent encampment at tho sea-side this
summer. This action was taken because of a
fear that the attendance of corps members at
the District National Guard encampment this
week might be affected by the prospect of an
independent encampment later ou.
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Oakville, Nupa County, Cal., to our vaults,
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WASHINGTON, D. C.
Special attention given to the supply of Family
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Brandies Furnished In Wood.
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CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
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Legal Itlanks, Circulars,
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For Members of any Lodge or Sooiety.
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In cither sex in 48 hours.
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