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CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE.
House. The bill (S. 2044) for the recoanitlon
of F. A. Patterson ns a capt. of the 3d V. Va.
Cav. has passed both Houses, nnd was later ap
proved by tlic l'rcsiucnt.
Mr. Featherston introduced a bill
117S3) for tbc relief of the heirs ot M. B
,-..,1 -MVc Alton T 1?,icli Afro Sun T.
JKIUi .Hli Jlittu . A....J.,, .kj. .ww -.
and Joseph N. Woodyard, heirs of Col
phrey M. "Woodyard.
.Mr. Wallace introauceu a om 11. k
for the relief of Mary B. Cole, widow of Brevet
Maj. Gen. G. W. Cole.
The House has passed the bill for the relief of
Caroline Baker Stevens, relict of the late Col.
R. J. Stevens and daughter of the late Col. E.
The bill (S. 2971) granting a pension of $50
per month to Caroline Huddell White, widow
of G. B. White, late capt. U. S. N., and Chief
of Bureau of Yards and Docks, was passed.
The bill ( H. R. 7463 nlacinc the name of L.
M. Clafllin, lato 3d asst. eng. on the Republic,
on the pension roll was passed.
The bill (S. 360S) granting a pension of $30
per month to Mary C. Winslow, daughter of J.
A. Winslow, late comdr. Kearsarge, was
The bill (S. 23S6) placing the name pf John
Connolly, late asst. eng. in the Navy, was
The bill (H. R. 7422) granting a pension of
$50 per month to Mrs. Kate Lane Townes, widow
of Col. R. L. Townes, late chief of staff of 15th
Army Corps, commanded by Gen. Logan, was
The bill (II. R. 11773) granting a pension of
$50 per month to Mrs. Mary B. Gushing, mother
of the late Lt. A. H. Cashing, Bat. A, 4th Art.,
who was killed atthe battle of Gettysburg; also,
the mother of B. Cushlng, late 1st lt 3d Cav.,
killed in a battle with the Indians in Arizona,
1S71; also, the mother of W. B. Cushlng, comdr.
U. S. N., who commanded at the sinking of the
Confedeiate Albemarle and died In 1877; also,
Milton Cu6hlng, who died In the naval service,
The bill (H. R. 951S) for the relief of Marga
ret Hetzel, widow of Col. A. R. Hetzel, Q. M.
Gen. on Gen. Scott's stafE in his campaign
against Mexico in 1S40. and 1S47, was passed.
Mr. Williams, of Ohio, reported from the
Com. on Mil. Affairs a bill (H. R. 115S4) to
amend the record of Capt. Franklin Po6t.
Secretary Proctor attended the camp of the
Vt. N. G. at Bradford Friday Jast, and took an
active interest in the proceedings.
Army Leaves of Absence. Capt. G. B. Rus
sel. 9th Inf.. 2 months, with permission to ap
ply for additional 2 months, on surgeon's cer
tificate of disability; Capt. Walter Reed, aBst.
surg., 4 mouths; Maj. DeW. C. Poole, paymr.,
15 days' extension; Maj. Fredrick Van Vleit,
10th Cav., extended 23 days; Capt. H. F. Brew
erton, 5th Art., 2 months; 1st Lt. E. F. Will
cos, 6th Cav., 2 months; Capt. G. O. Webster,
4th Inf., 2 months, with permission to applv
for an extension of 1 month; Lt. Col. R. H.
Jackson, 4th Art., until Sept. 10, 1690; 2d Lt.
C. E. Layman, 24th Inf., 4 months from Oct. 1;
Maj. J. S. Witcher, paymr., 3 months from
Aug. 25; 2d Lt. F. J. Koester, 10th Cav., ex
tended 1 month; Capt, Addison Barrett, mili
tary storekeeper, 1 month from Sept. 30.
Maj. P. D. Vroom, insp.cen.,has been ordered
to visit Baltimore and a number of other points
and inspect the accounts of disbursing oilicers.
First Lieut. E. B. Pratt has been transferred
from Co. K to Co. E, 23d Inf. First Lieut. C.
D. Cowles has been transferred from Co. E to Co.
K, same regt.
First Lieut. S. E. Stuart, Ord. Dept.,has beeu
ordered to special duty at the Midwalo Steel
Works, near Philadelphia.
Capt. Charles Hay, C. S., has been ordered to
temporary duty at Fort Collins, Col.
Maj. W. A. Elderkin, C. S., Dept. Ariz., has
been ordered to Fresno, Cal., on the 25th Inst.
Maj. J. V. MIddleton, Maj. Clarence Ewen,
and Capt. V. E. Hopkins, Med. Dept., have
been appointed a board to meet at the Military
Academy on the 27th Inst, for the examination
of candidates for admission to the Academy.
Acting A6st. Surg. F. L. Henderson has been
ordered from Glasgow, Mont., to Vancouver
Second Lieut. G. Lelt. Irwin, 3d Art., has
beeu ordered from San Francisco, Cal., to Fort
First Lieut. C. F. Mason, asst. surg., has been
ordered from Fort Logan, Col,, to Fort Washa
Capt. J. F. Weston, C. S., has been relieved
from duty at New Orleans, and ordered to duty
in the office of the Com. Gen. of Subsistence.
The following transfers in the 3d Cav. are
made: Capt. A. D. King, from Troop D to Troop
M; Capt. G. F. Chase, from Troop M to Troop
D; Capt. J. G. Bourke, from Troop C to Troop
L; Capt. Bainbrldgo Reynolds, from Troop L to
Troop C; 1st Lt. J. O. Mackay, from Troop 15
to Troop I; 1st Lt. H. L. Ripley, from Troop L
to Tioop B; 1st Lt. D. II. Boughton, from Troop
I to Troop L; 2d Lt. J. Mel. Carter, from Troop
D to Troop M; 2d Lt. J. P. Ryan, from Troop M
to Troop 0. Capts, Chase aul Reynolds and
Lts. Mackay and Ryan will join the respective
troops to which they are transferred.
The following transfers iu the 7th Cav. have
L to Troop G;2d Lt
O. Cress, from Troop E
to Troop l.
The following transfers In the 1st Inf. are
made: Cant. L. O. Parker, from Co. F to Co.
K; Capt. F. H. Edmunds, from Co. K to Co.
F; IstLt. T. H. Barry, from Co. K to Co. A:
1st Lt. J. S. Pettit, from Co. A to Co. K; 2d Lt.
II. M. Roach, from Co. B to Co. Kj 2d Lt. F. L.
Winu, from Co. K to Co. B; 2d Lt. R, II, Noble,
from Co. F to Co. I; 2d Lt. E. E. Benjamin,
from Co. I to Co. F. 1st Lt. J. S, Mason, Jr., is
attached for duty at Benleia Barracks, Cal.,
uutil further orders, Cant. Edmunds and Lts,
Barry and Benjamin will join the respective
cos. to which they aro transferred.
Tho following transfers in tho 3d Inf. aro
made; Capt. J. II. Gageby, from Co, D to Co.
K; Capt. G. W. II. Stouch, from Co. K to Co.
D; 1st Lt. F. W. Roe, from Co, B to Co. K; 1st
Lt. W, E. P. French, from Co. K to Co.R; 2d
Lt. E, V. Smith, from Co. 1 to Co. B. Capt.
nep.n mniin: I nnt.. n I- ivnllnpn. finm "rnrin I.
to Troop K; Capt. E. G. Mathey, from Troop K
toTroop L; 1st Lt. E. A. Garlington, from Troop
L to Troop A; 1st Lt. II. J. Slocum, from Troop
A to Troon L: 1st Lt. W. J. Nicholson, from
Troop M to Troop I; 1st Lt. A. J. Russell, from
uruouiiu iroon.i:a J.l. J. Kile LlromT
William Gcrlach is attached for duty at Fort
Meade, S. D., until further orders.
The following transfers in the 5th Inf. have
been mado: Capt. F. D. Baldwin, from Co. H
to Co. F; Capt. Edmund Rice, from Co. V to
Co. K; 2d Lt. E. S. Avis, from Co. A to Co. I;
2d Lt. J. E. Wilson, from Co. K to Co. II; 2d
Lt. lt. W. Rose, from Co. I to Co. A.
The follbwinp; transfers In the 0th Inf. have
been made: Capt. W. M. Wherry, from Co. I to
Co. E; Capt. S. W. Groesbeck, from Go. E to
Co. I; 1st Lt. R. E. Thompson, from Co. F to
Co. I; 1st Lt. T. G. Townscml, from Co. E to Co.
F; 1st Lt. lt. B. Turner, from Co. I to Co. E; 2d
Lt. E. F. Taegart, from Co. K to Co. G; 2d Lt.
U. L. Beckufts, from Co. I to Co. E; 2d Lt. G.
A. Detchmendy, from Co. E to Co. I. Lt. Tng
gart will join Co. G at Newport, Ky.
The following transfers In the 7th Inf. have
been made: Capt. II. B. Freeman, from Co. II
to Co. K; Capt. J. M. J. Sauno, from Co. K to
Co. II; 1st Lt. C. A. Booth, from Co. B to Co.
K; 1st L. G. S. Young, from Co. K to Co.
B. Capt. A. H. Jackson, of Co. I, will remain
at Fort Washaklo, Wyo., until further orders.
Capt. Sanuo will join Co. II on Its arrival at
Fort Leavenworth. Lieut. Young will proceed
at once to join Co. B.
The following transfers In the 13th Inf. are
made: Capt. James Fornance, from Co. K to
Co. F; Capt. W. M. Waterbury, from Co. F to
Co. K; 2d Lt. W. N. Hughes is attached to Co. F
until further orders. Capt. William Auman is
attached to Fort.Supply, 1. T., until further or
ders, and will report In person to the comdg.
officer of that post for duty.
The following transfers In the ISth Inf. are
made: Capt. w. A. Miller, from Co. G to Co.
I; Capt. 11. H. Adams, from Co. I to Co. G; 1st
Lt. O. B. Warwick, from Co. Kto Co. C; IstLl.
T. W. Griffith, from Co. C to Co. K; 2d Lt. E.
A. Lewis, from Co. K to Co. E; 2d Lt. S. A.
Smoke, from Co. E to Co. K.
The following transfers in the 19th Inf. have
been made: Capt. P. II. Remington, from Co.
F to Co. K; Capt. G. F. Towle, from Co. K to
Co. F; Capt. E. H. Liscum, from Co. I to Co.
E; Capt. Richard Vance, from Co. E to Co. I;
l6t Lt. G. K. Spencer, from Co. A to Co. K; 1st
Lt. F. II. French, from Co. K to Co. A; 2d Lt.
AVoodbridce Geary, from Co. K to Co. C; 2d Lt.
Z. B. Vance, Jr., from Co. I to Co. F.
THE NAVY AND MARINE CORPS.
Lieut. Alexander Sharp has been ordered to
duty at the Naval Academy, Sept. 2.
Ensign C. M. Knefper has been ordered to tho
Naval Academy, Sept. 20.
Lieut. B. W. Hodges has been detached from
duty at tho Naval Observatory, Sept. 1, and or
dered to tho Pinta, Oct. G.
Lieut. Hamilton Hutchins has been detached
from tho Boston and granted 3 months' sick
Lieut. J. T. Smith has been detached from the
Pinta, Oct. 5, and ordered to duty at the Naval
Lieut. W. S. Benson has been detached from
the Dolphin, Sept. 1, and ordered to duty at the
Naval Academy, Sept. 20.
P. A. Eng. Richard Inch has been detached
from the Philadelphia, and granted 0 months
Ensign C. M. Reupper has been ordered to the
JNaval Academy, bept. 'M,
Tho revenue cutter Corwin, which has been
for 6ome time at Port Townsend, Wash., has
been ordered to sail for Alaskan waters.
Paymr. W. W. Woodhull has been detached
from the Navy Yard, N. Y., Aug. 19, and or
dered to the Baltimore.
The orders of Pay. Insp. A. S. Kenney has
been revoked, and he is ordered to settle ac
counts and wait orders.
P. A. Eng. G. D. Strickland has been ordered
to duty at the works of tho Standard Steel Cast
ing Co., at Thurlow, Pa., relieving P. A. Eng.
R. T. Hall, who is ordered to the Philadelphia.
Asst. Eng. G. R., Salisbury has been detached
from tho Chicago, and ordered to the Baltimore.
A66t. Eng. Solon Arnold has been detached
from the Baltimore, and ordered to the Chicago,
where he will continue on duty until Sept. 11,
when his resignation will be accepted, to take
effect one year later.
The training-ship Jamestown has arrived at
Fuuehal, Maderia, from England.
The Pensacola has been ordered into dry
dock at New York Monday for final examina
tion of her hull prior to her departure for the
South Atlantic Station.
Rear Adm. Belknap, under date of July 28,
has reported to tho Navy Dept. that the Omaha
was.then at Yokohama; the Monocacy had ar
rived at Taku, China, July 12, and left tho same
day for Chefoo, where she arrived on tho 14th,
left on tho 21st, and arrived at Shanghai July
24; the Alliance left Hong Kong July 21, ar
rived at AmoyJuly y.J, and wouiu proceeu to
Yokohama on the 2jth; tho Palos was at Kobo.
The geueral health of tho squadron was good.
Tho Acting Secretary of tho Navy has, at tho
request of tho King of Sweden, changed tho
sailing orders of tho Baltimore so that bho will
deliver tho remains of Ericsson at Gothenburg,
the principal post of southern Sweden, Instead
of at Stockholm, as originally Intended.
Lieut. V. S. Nelson and Eribign F. B. Bassett
havo been ordered to the Ranger by the steamer
of Bept. iu.
Chief Eng. Elijah Laws has been ordered to
Lieut. Frederick Singer has been detached
from the office of Naval Intelligence Sept. 8,
and ordered to the Ranger per steamer of
Lleuts. O. W. Lowry, U. R. Harris, C. F.
Pond, G, H. Stafford, and Ensign Benjamin
Wright havo been detached from the Ranger on
tho reporting of their reliefs, and ordered home,
Ensign F. K. Hill has been detached from tho
Baltimore, and ordered to tho Dolphin,
Eu6ign W. S. Cloko has beeu detached from
tho Dolphin, and ordered to tho Baltimore.
Ensign W. B. Fletcher has been detached
from tho receiving-ship Independence, and or
dered to tho Ranger per steamer of Sept. 10.
Ensign J. S. Walters has been detached from
duty at tho Branch Ilydrographlc Office at New
Orleans Sept. 1, aud ordered to tho ltanger per
steamer of Sept. 10.
Chief Eng. B. B. II. AVharton has been de
tached from the PenBacola, and placed on wait
Tho Dept. has approved tho fiudlnas ot the
court of inquiry convened in July last on board
the flag-ship Richmond, Hampton Roads, Va.,
in tho case ot Hear Adm. Gillls and Capt. Reed.
With the exception that Capt. Reed used lan
guage disrespectful to Rear Adm. Gillls irt a
communication addressed to tho Secretary of
tho Navy, tho court finds nothing substantial iu
the charges of the latter against tho former.
,Capt. Reed's charges against tho Rear Adm.,
however, are sustained and tho court expresses
tho opinion that further proceedings should bo
had against him, but not acainst Capt. Reed.
In view of the hitter's long period of service and
his early transfer to the retired list, tho Dept.
has deckled not to refer the case to a court
martial. Ensign O, M. Fahs has been detached from
duty at tho Homestead Steel Works, Pa., and
ordered to duty at tho Standard Steel Works,
On July 31, dujlng target practice on tho
flag-ship Omaha outside the bay of Yokohama,
Carl Emanuelson and J. E. Kirk, sponger, were
killed by a premature explosion of a Dahlgren
Lieut. Edw. Lloyd has been ordered to duty
at tho Naval Academy Sept. 20.
Tho flag-ship Charleston, of the Pacific Squad
ron, has arrived at Newport, Ore., en route for
Port Townsend, from which place it Is thought
she will go-to Behring Sea.
Asst. Secretary Soley, in speaking of the pres
ence of tho flag-ship Charleston in North Pacific
waters, said there was no significance in the fact
6o'f ar as tho Behring Sea troubles were concerned.
Tho present Beason Is an unfavorable one In Cen
tral and South American ports and there was no ,
necessity fbr the presence of.the Charleston at
Honolulu. The opportunity was considered a
good one for Adm. Brown t6 become' ac
quainted with the northern bounds of 'his com
mand, as well as to make Investigations in con
nection with the1 establishment of dry-docks in
Privates W. H. Bates and J. J. J. Jenkins, of
Co. D, 3d Batt., havo been expelled for non-attendance
at drills and for non-payment of dues
There Is considerable likelihood that the Na
tional Fenclbles will take a drill team to At
lanta In October. At a business meeting of the
organization Tuesday evening strong disposition
was shown to do so. The team will begin drill
ing Sept. 1.
Don't make an engagement for Tuesday even
ing September 8. The Fencibles give an excur
sion on that date.
G. A. R. ITEMS.
At the meeting of U. G. Grant Post No. 12,
Tuesday evening, at Monumental Hall, Col. W.
II. Cook was elected to All the vacancy caused
by the resignation of Comdr. Johnston. Maj.
J. T. Turner was elected adjt. and J.J. Thomp
son sergt. maj. Resolutions of respect to his
memory and sympathy with his family were
read on the death of Adjt. Denson and adopted
by tho post.
A large and spirited meeting of Phil Sheridan
Post No. 14 was held in Grand Army Hall Wed
nesday night. A largo number of recruits
were mustered in, and the prospects arc that
the membership will greatly increase during
the coming winter. John Ilockemeyer, presi
dent of the Schuetzen Vercin; Capt Hathaway,
of the police force; Col. McCrackcn, of tho Post
Office Dept., and Maj. Lemuel Bur6ley, of the
Pension Bureau, wero among the number who
qualified as charter members.
Happenings at Hyattsville.
Miss Nellie Fenwick is visiting her triend, Mrs.
Adrian Posey, in southern Maryland.
Miss Lullo Fuller left yesterday for Greene
Itidire, Md.. to visit her cousins, the Misses
Tho lawn party for tho benefit of tho St. Je
rome Catholic Church, nt tho residence of Mrs.
Tucker, was u success. About S12" was realized.
Everybody is interested in tho lawn narty to
beheld on tho simcious lawns of Dr. Georgo
Gregory and Mr. Frederick Holden tor tho pur
pose of raising funds to aid In tho erection of a
largo public school for tho uccommod.it!on of
the rapidly growing town of Hyattsville. Tho
lawn party will contiuuo for two nights, begin
ning on tho"d proximo.
Tho storm which passed over this vicinity hist
Wednesday evening caused not a littlo excite
ment bv tho uprooting of trees, tho blowing
down of telegraph poles, etc. Mr. Lowis Ford,
who was consulting with his partner in business,
Mr. Marion Ducket, ut tho hitter's residence in
Ithtdensburg, received u shock of litrhtulng
which for n moment stunned him. Ho has en
MIssNclllo Borne, of Now York, who has been
visiting her relative, Miss Annie Gelb, of this
place, for about u fortnight, will return to her
homo next Saturday. Cium:J
To Extend Kin'h Palnce.
An important transfer of Seventh street real
estate was made yesterday. Sarah E. Herbert
conveyed to II. King, Jr., lot 10, snuare 428,
containing 2,800 feet, for .f23,000. Tho property
adjoins King's Palace, and tho purchase wbb
mane by .Mr. Jilng for tno purpose of extend
ing his establishment, no will erect a line
Dangers of Moat-Katin in Summer.
Prom tho Boston Herald,
Considering the scarcity of Ice, also tho ex
cessive meat-eating habit of our people, alimen
tary troubles will doubtless be more than usu
ally prevalent during tho present summer.
Meat spoils very quickly In this climate In hot
weather, aud poisons aro then developed In it
which cause vomiting and purging. Some peo
ple aro more susceptible to these poisons than
others. Those who cannot afford to keep their
Ice chests well filled should buy fresh meats
only in small quantities, to be eaten at once. A
more economical and 6afer plan Is to forego
meats entirely during tho very hot weather, aud
depend upon fruits and vegetables. Tho vege
tarian Invariably suffers less discomfort and eu
joys lnllnltely better health, during tho heated
term than does tho meat eater.
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Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated by the Legislature for Educational and
Charitable purposes, and Its franchise made a ptiTt of the
present State Constitution, in 1879, by an overwhelm
ing popular vote.
ItH GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS take
place semi-annually, (June and December,) and Its
GRAND SINGLE N UMBER DRAWINGS take place In
each of the other ten mouths in the year, and are all
drawn in public, at the Academy of Music, New Or
"We do hereby certify that we supervise the arrange
ments for all the Monthly and Semi-Annual Drawlngsof
The Louisiana State Lottery Co., and in person manage
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areconducted with honesty, fairness, aud in good faith
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We, the undersigned Banks and Bankers, will pay all
Prizes drawn In the Louisiana State Lotteries, which
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1 PRIZE OF 50,000 18 50.00C
1 PRIZE OF
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200 PRIZES OF
600 PRIZES OF
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500 are,.... 50,000
300 are , 00,000
200 are 100,000
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lOOPrizesof 300 are 30,000
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999 Prlzesof 8100 are 99,000
999 1'rizesof 100 are 93,900
3,134 Prizes amountimrto $1,054,800
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UNTIL THE FIRST OF JANUARY, 1893, The Legls
lature of Louisiana, which adjourned ou the 10th of
July of this year, has ordered an AMENDMENT to tho
Constitution of the State to bo submitted to tho l'eoplo
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