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THESUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MAY 31.1891.-
THE ARMY AND THE NAVY.
Capt. William Crozler, Ordnance Depart
ment, has been granted six months' sick leave.
Second Lieut. A. S. Frost, Twenty-llfth
Infantry, lins been grunted six months' leave
Cnpt. C. 11. Wnrrens, Fourteenth Infantry,
has been granted three months' 6luk leave.
Leave for two months hns been granted
Lieut. Col. George B. Sanders, Ninth Cavalry.
A general court-martial met at West. Point
Tuesday for tho trial of sacli prisoners as may
be brought boforo it. ,
Leave for three months, on surgeoh's'cer
tlflcate, has been granted Capt. Marlborough
C. Wyetb, assistant surgeon.
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First Lieut. A. C. Macomb, Fifth Cavalry,
has been granted live months' extension of
leave, with permission to leave tbo United
Capt. Frank Heath from duty at Watervliet
Arsenal, N. Y., to command the United States
proving ground, with station at New York
Arsenal, N. Y.
Captain Jefferson K. Kean, assistant sur
geon, baa been assigned to temporary duty at
Fort Myer, Va., until tho return of Major
Robert II. White, surgeon, to duty at that
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First Lieut. G. H. Morgan, First Cavalry,
has been detailed as professor of military
science and tactics at the University of Mln-i
nesota, relieving First Lieut. E. F. Glenn, '
Second Lieut. Thomas V. Winstou, Fifth
Artillery, has been ordered to report by tele
graph to tdo superintendent of the recruiting
service, Now York City, to conduct a detach
ment of recruits for tho First Infantry to tho
Department of California.
The following-named officers will proceed
to join the regiments to which they have been
assigned: Second Lieut. Thomas W. Win
ston, Fifth Artillery, Battery II, Presidio, of
San Francisco, Cal. Second Lieut.1 Clint C.
Hearn, Second Artillery, Battery L, Fort
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The following changes in the statious and
duties of officers of the Ordnance Department
have been ordered: Lieut. Col. William A.
Mary from command of San Antonio A rsenal,
Tex., to command Watertown Areenal, Mass.
Maj. Clarence E. Dutton, on leave, to com
mand San Antonio Arsenal, Tex.
Capt. Charles Shalcr relieved from com
mand of United States proving ground, and
will report to the Chief of Ordnance in this
city for duty in his office as principal assistant,
relieving Capt. Charles S. Smith.
The Bellvuo Dairy Farm "guarantee" their
The following transfers In the Fifth Ar
tillery are made: First Lieut. Elbridge R.
Hills from Battery M to Battery I; First .Lieut.
Luigl Lomia from. Battery I to Battery M.
Second Lieut. Charles W. Fcntou, Ninth
Infantry, has been transferred to the cavalry
arm, and assigned to the Seventh Cavalry.
Lieut. Fenton has been ordered to join his
troop (G) at Eort Riley, Kan.
The special order directing Second LieUt.
John M. Perkins, Fifth Cavalry, to report in
person to tho superintendent of the United
States Military Academy, West Point, N. Y.,
has been revoked. Second Lieut. Arthur
Thaver, Third Cavalry, will report for duty at
Secretary Proctor has received a report
from First Lieut. Charles Dodge, of tho
Twelfth Infantry, stating that he has enlisted
as soldiers thirty San Carlos Apache Indians
at Mount Vernon Barracks, Ala., with tho
most satisfactory results, and that they prom
ise to make excellent soldiers.
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Maj. Samuel M. Whiteside, Seventh Cav
alry, lias been detailed as a member of the
board of officers to meet at Fort Leavenworth,
Kan., June 1, to attend the examinations at
the United States Infantry and Cavalry
School, vice Maj. Arthur McArthur, Jr., as
sistant adjutant general, relieved.
Among tho thirteen non-commissioned offi
cers of the Army who have successfully passed
the required examinations for" commissions
this year and will bo appoiuted to second
lieutenancies in July Is: First-class, Sergeant
Florence L. Schley, of tho Signal Corps, a son
of Capt. W. S. Schley, of the Wavy, now com
manding the Baltimore.
Troop A, Third Cavalry, which bus been
stationed at Fort Custer since last November,
but which left there la6t Thursday, reached
Fort Meyer, nearWashington,on Sunday last,
and is now in barracks there. Capt. Peter S.
Bomus is in coramaud, and Lieut. J. F. R.
Landis and P. E. Traub are tho other com
missioned officers. Troop B, of the Sixth
Cavalry, left Fort Meyer on Tuesday for a fort
First. Lieut. E. P. Pendleton,T wenty-third
Infantry, has been granted four months' sick
leave; Major JohnM. Hamilton, First Cavalry,
will report on July 28, 1891, to the command
ing general Department df the Columbia for
duty as inspector general of that department,
relieving Lieut. Col. Sa,muel S. Sumner, Sixth
Cavalry, who will join such station as may bo
assigned him by the commanding general De
partment of the Platte.
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The following transfers In the artillery arm
have been ordered: First Lieut. William P.
Stone, from tho Fifth Artillery to the Fourth
Artillery, Battery E; PJrat Lieut. Robert Rldg
way, from tho Fourth Artillery to the Fifth
Artillery, Battery A; Second Lieut. Henry D.
Todd, Jr., from tho Fifth Artillery to the
Third Artillery, Battery H; Second Lieut.
Maurice G. Krayenbuhl, from the Second Ar
tillery to tho Fifth Artillery, Battery G he
will remain on temporary duty with the Fourth
Artillery until further orders; Second Lieut.
George Montgomery, from the Third Artillery
to the Second Artillery, Battery C,
Second Lieut, n. M. Roach, First Infantry,
who has been under trial at Fortress Monroe
for drunkenness and jumping hlB parole, has
been sentenced to three years suspension from
rank and to be confined to the limits of the
post for that time. This will allow the pro
motion of thirty second lieutenants, whose
advancement has been suspended pending the
disposition of thiB case, as Lieut, Roach, being
their senior, would have been entitled to pro
motion ahead of tliem if ho had been ac
quitted. Lieut. Roach was tiled at Fort
Leaveuwotth about two years ago for dupli
cating hla pay accounts, and was sentenced
to dismissal, but tho President disapproved
tho sentence, believing the officer's mind to
be affected, and he wus 6ent to tho Govern
ment Insane asylum. Afterward ho was sent
to Fortress Monroe oti parolo and put under
the treatment of a post surgeon. Ills last
offense consisted of leavlmr tho post without
permission and going to New York, where ho
drank to excess, and finally turned up In tho
hospital at Governor's Island.
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Tho following assignments to regiments of
officers recently promoted have been ordered:
Col. Isauc D Do Russy, (promoted from Heu
tcuunt colonel Fourteenth Infantry,) to the
Eleventh Infantry, vice Dodge, retired, lie
will proceed to join tho Eleventh Infantry.
Lieut. Col. Georuo E. Head, (promoted from
miijor Third lufantry,) to the Fourteenth In
funtry, vice Do Russy, promoted. He will bo
asslgued to u station by tho commanding gen
eral Department of tho Columbia, and will
join tho station to which he may be assigned.
Maj. John 11. Patterson, (promoted from cap
tain Twentieth Infantry,) to the Third Infan
try, vice Head, promoted. He is relieved from
duty on the recruiting service and will report
by telegraph to the commanding general De
partment of Dakota for assignment to a sta
tion and will join tho station to which ho may
'no .assiEiied. Capt. William H. Kell, (pro
moted from first HeuteuantTwenty-secondln-fantry)
to tho Twenty-second Infantrv, Com
pany A, vice Irvine, retired. He will join his
oroper station. Capt. Charles W. Whipple,
Ordnance Department, now at Fort Leaven
worth, Kau., will proceed to New York City
and take station there for the present In con
nection with his duties pertaining to tho
World's Columbian Exposition.
NAVY AND MARINE CORPS.
The Jamestown urVivtd at Stapleton, Staten
Island, Thursday, from Newport.
Naval Cadet Noah T. Coleman has been de
tached from tho Enterprise and granted three
months' sick leave.
Commodore James A. Greer has been or
dered to duty as a member of tho light-house
board, in addition to his present duties.
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Rear Admiral A. E. K. Benbam has been
detached from command of the Navy Yard,
Marc Island, Cal., and placed on waiting
James Sloughton, of Brooklyn; Lewis De
Sasser Young, of St. Joseph, La., and Michael
Roy6ton Piggott, of New York, have been ap
pointed assistant surgeons in the Navy.
Capt. Stephen R. Stafford, Fifteenth Infan
try, will report to Col. Elwel S. Otis, Twen
tieth Infantry, president of the retiring board
at New York, for examination.
Rear Admiral John Irwin has been "de
tached from duty as president of tho board of
inspection, San Francisco, and ordered to
command tho .Navy Yard at Maro Island, Cal.
Lieut. Commander George A. Norrls has
been detached from duty on the Asiatic sta
tion, and ordered to temporary duty as a
member of the board of inspection, Sau Fran
cisco. Medical Director D.- Kindleberger his been
detached from duty as a member of the medi
cal and retiring boards, Washington, and or
dered to special duty in attendance of officers
of the Navy at Philadelphia.
The Secretary of the Navy has made the ap
pointment of foreman for the New York Navy
Yard as recommended by tho board appointed
to examine candidotes for positions in that
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Passed Assistant Surgeon W. R. Du Boso
lias been detached from tho training-ship
Jamestown, and granted three months' leave.
Passed Assistant Surgeon Samuel H. Griffith
has been ordered to the training-ship James
town. Commander Evans's board will reassemble
at Fort Monroe Tuesday, June 2, to deter
mine the nature of the further trials that 6hall
bo made of tbo guns of the dynamite cruiser
Commander R. B. Bradford has been de
tached from special duty In the Bureau of
Navigation June 8 and ordered to command
the Bennington Juno 4; Lieut. Andrew Dun
lap, ordered to tho Bennington Juno 4.
Passed Assistant Engineer F. C. Belg, who
has been for a year past on duty in tho Bureau
of Steam Engineering In tho Navy Depart
ment, has been ordered to duty in connection
with fitting the monitor Miautonomah for sea
at tho New York Navy Yard.
The Secretary of the Navy has appointed
tho following board to conduct the examina
tions of foremen and master mechanics at tho
Norfolk Navy Yard: Capt. Silas Bunco, Chief
Engineer Smith, Commander Chadwlck,
Naval Constructor Fernold, and Commander
Lieut. Arthur P. Nazro has been detached
from duty as member of board of Inspection
and in charge of the brauch Hydrographlc
Office, Now York, on tho 18th of June, and
granted leave of absence for six months from
tho 15th of June, with permission to leave the
The following transfers in the Second Cav
alry are made: First Lieut. Curtis B. Hoppin,
from Troop II to Troop L; First Lieut, nenry
T. Allen, from Troop L to Troop H; Second
Lieut. Edwin M. Suplee, from Troop L to
Troop 0; Second Lieut. Robert B. Wallace,
from Troop C to Troop L.
"Faust Beer" is pure.
Bids were opened at the office of the chief
of ordnance of the Navy Mouday for a new
wharf at tho Bellevue Magazine on tho Poto
mac River. There were but two bids, as
follows: George T. Cumberland, of Washing
ton, D. C, $1,149, and Jos. L. Breeu, Alex
andria, Va., $1,450. No award was made.
Commodore Ramsay, chief of the Bureau
of Navigation, has returned to Washington
from Newport, R. I., where ho went to Inspect
the training school, He reports that the
school is In good order, although there aro
now but eighty-five apprentices in attendance.
Tho majority of tho boys, about two hundred
and fifty, were aboard the training-ship James
town making ready for the cruise.
Hub T. Smith will be on Elks' excur6lou,
June 10, 1891.
Secretary Tracy has ordered a court-martial
to meet at th,o Newport torpedo station on
Tuesday, the 2d of June, for the trial of Lieut,
Commander Henry W. Lyon on a charge of
negligence In allowing the tug Trlanatobe
stranded off the coast of Rhode Island on the
15th of March last in going to tho rescue of
the Galena hnd the Nina. Tho court will be
constituted a9 follows: Capt. Edmond E. Pot
ter, Cnpt. A. R. Yates, Capt. V. T. White
head, Commander E. M. Shepnrd, Commander
Yates Sterling, Commander F. A. Cook, Com
mander F. M. Barber, Lieut. Commander C.
II. Stockton, Lteut. Commander J. F. Merry,
with Lieut. S. C. Lemly as judge advocate.
Tho charge and specification are similar to
those Under which Lieut. Commander Bick
ncll wne tried and sentenced to One year's
When you chauero your bank account try
WoodB ifc Co., bankers.
The President haR appointed James M.
Moore, Frank 11. DImdek, and Johu E. Rein
burg to be second lieutenants in the Revenue
Marino Service, and James G. Balllnger,
Claude S. Cochran, Collin S. Craig, Charles E.
Johnston, Samuel B. Wlnram, Francis A
Lewis, and Alex. R. Hasson ,to bo third lieu
tenants in the same service, and John B. Ham--Iltou
t6 be surgeon in tho Marine Ho6pltal Ser
vice. "Faust "Beer" Is pure.
Tho following assignments to regiments of
officers recently promoted are made:
Col. La Rhett L. Livingston to Third Artil
lery, vice Gibson, retired. Lieut. Col. Ed
mund C. Bainbrldge to Third Artillery. Maj.
Frank B. Hamilton to Third Artillery. Capt.
Louis V. Caziarc to Second Artillery, Bat
tery C. First Lieut. Louis Osthclm to Third
Artillery, Battery B. Additional Second
Lieut. William C. Davis, Fifth Artillery, as
signed -to vacancy of second lieutenant, Third
Artillery, Battery C.
Dr. John B. Hamilton, Surgeon General of
tho Marine Hospital Service, has resigned
that office and accepted the position of pro
fessor of the principles of surgerv and surgi
cal pathology In Rush Medical College, Chi
cago, 111. Ho will be succeeded as Surgeon
General by Surgeon Walter Wyman, of the
Marino Hospital Service, who has been his
chief assistant for some time. Dr. Hamilton
will remain In the service with tho grade of
surgeon, he having been appointed to that
position by the President.
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The following have been appointed cadet6
at Annapolis: Warren Sample, Salt River,
Fourth District, Ky.;C. A. Martin, (alterr$ie,)
Fort Scott, Second ' District. Kan.; T.-'H.
Drummond, Gidsville, Tenth District, Va.;C.
E. Cabell, (alternate,) Norwood, Tenth Dis
trict, Va.; V. D. Thomas, Woodstock, Twenty
sixth District, Pa.; Paul Reisinger, (alter
nate,) Meadvllle, Twenty-sixth .District, Pa.;
F. K. Fergusson, RIddleton. Fourth District,
Tenn.; C. K Blackwood, Lock Seven, Third
District, W. Va.; George Kirkpatrick, (alter
nate,) Lewisbury, W. "Va.
Will Haley will be on Elks' excursion, June
While the plans of the Navy Department arc
,not fully matured with respect to the treat
ment of tho white squadron it is understood
that the vessels are to be kept together dur
ing the summer. The Atlanta and Boston,
and possibly tho Chicago, now at Norfolk, are
to have target practice near Yorktown when
tbeir repairs are completed. As soon as the
Yorktown is ready tho vessels will probably
rendezvous at New York, where they are to be
joined by the Concord and Newark. Proceed
ing to Gardner's Bay the squadron is to begin
a series of sham battles and manosuvres after
practice with their great guns.
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Naval Cadets A. B. Hoff, N. C. Twining,
B. F. Hutchison, W. V. Pratt, S. E. Kittle,
G. R. Marvell, Louis McNulton, L. C. Lucas,
J. B. Patton, B. S. Newman, C. G. Long, W.
D. MacDoueall, G. W. Danforth, T. P
Magruder, E. R. Lowndes, L. R. de Steigner,
G. B. Bradshaw, W. W. Phelps, L. A. Kaiser,
C. N. Oflley, W. G. Cole, G. G. Mitchell, B. H.
Fuller, C. A. Brand, P. Williams, R. E. Car
ney, W. J. Terhune, R. McM. Dutton. W. It.
Harrison. J. Plochayha, and G. L. Fermler
have been detached from tho Naval Academv
on the 30th Instant and granted two months'
Tim Murphy will be on Elks' excursion,
June 10, 1891.
The Secretary of the Navy having some time
since rejected tho bids of both the Herreshoft
Company and William Cowles for tho con
struction of torpedo boat No. 2, an advertise
ment will soon be Issued inviting bids on
plans prepared In tho Department. Tho boat
will oe somewhat larger than originally con
templated, having 125 tons displacement In
stead of 112. This will make her ten tons larger
than the Cu6hing, which she will greatly re
semble in appearance, except that she will
have but one conning tower, which will bo
forward of the smokestack, while tho bush
ing also has ono aft. Her principal dimen
sions are: Length 150 feet; beam, 10 feet 3
inches; mean draught, 4 feet 9 inches. The
speed of tho boat is to be at lenst 24 knots
See our small boys' suits, from ?2 up. Else
man Bros., 7th and E.
As tho new Navy Increases aud full-powered
steam vessels take the place of the old
wooden ships, which relied In part upon their
sail power for propulsion, tho amount of coal
consumed increases in rapid proportion. This
fact has led to the issuo of the following
order by the Secretary of tho Navy: "Officers
In command of naval forces,whether squadrons
or single ship?, ure directed to practice the ut
most economy In the use of coal. At tho
first favorable opportunity after the receipt of
this order commanding officers of vessels
will make experiments in order to ascertain
the most economical rate of speed for
their ships under conditions of ordinary
service and fair weather. Reports will bo
made to tho Department stating the con
sumption of coal per hour at varying
rates of speed from five to eleven knots, tho
kind and quality of coal used, the condition
of the bottom as far as known, and such re
marks in reference to the most economical
rate of steaming of the vessel as the experience
of the commanding officer may suggest. Ves
sels with sail power not cruising in a squadron,
when they have a fair wind sufficient to carry
them more than four knots an hour, will make
ordinary passage under sail alone, 6team
being employed only when goipg in and out
of port. It is expected that vessels cruising
under steam, whether in squadron or singly,
will not exceed their most economical rate,
except In cases of emergency where the nature
of the service requires a high speed, and in
such cases a report will be made to the Depart
ment explaining the necessity for 6uch in
creased speed, and stating its extent and dura
tion, and the quantity of coal consumed in
Look for other attractions for ElkB' excur
slon In next Sunday's paper,
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The Puff Bosoms, $1.50, $2, $2.50.
The "Simplex" Sash, $ 1.50 up.
Straw Hats in all the new shapes and shades have just arrived.
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We call your special attention to our line of Underwear. Every
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BULLETIN OP SALES
Ratcliffe, Darr & Co.,
Monday, June 1, 5 o'clock p. m., by
order of Duvall fc Graves, trustees, Improved
property on V street between Eleventh and
Twelfth streets northwest. At O o'clock p.
m., for Birney &, Sholes, attorneys, valuable
property on L street between Fifteenth and
Sixteenth streets northwest.
Tuesday. June 2, IO o'clock a. m.,
for J. J. Wilmartb, administrator, law library,
office furniture, etc.. of the late C. Storrs. to
be sold within the sales-rooms, 920 Pennsylva
nia avenue northwest. 5 o'clock, valuable
building site on Washington Heights. At
o'clock ,i). in., unimproved property on
Nineteenth 6treet between E and F streets
Wednesday, June 3, at 10 o'clock
a. m.. stock o fancy and staple groceries,
liquors, etc., contained In storo No. 1-100 P
street northwest. At G o'clock p. m., im
proved property No: 1124 Twelfth Btreet north
west. At 5:SO o'clock p. m., framo house
No. 909 Twelfth street northwest. At O
o'clock p. m., desirable brick dwelling, No.
1017 Twelfth street northwest.
Thursday, June 4, at 5 o'clock p.m.,
valuable building lot on D street between
First and Second streets northeast. At O
o'clock p. m., frame house, No. 140 Carroll
Friday, June 5, at 12 o'clock, for D.
M. Ransdell, United States marshal, lot 29 in
square 32, to bo sold in front of tho Court
Ilouse. At O o'clock p. in., two-6tory bay
window brick house, No. 1127 Twenty-first
Saturday, June fl, at 12 o'clock 111.,
in front of the Court House, by order of D.
M. Kansdell, United StatcB marshal, lots 20,
27, and 28 in square 1095. At 12 o'clock
in., at our horso and carriage mart, 930 O
street northwest, in rear of main sales-rooms,
horses, carriages, harness, ets,
Friday, June 12, 1 o'clock p. m by
order of James S. Edwards and O. F. Nor
ment, executors, stocks and bonds belonging
to tho estate of tho late Samuel Norment.
Thursday, June 18, at 12 o'clock
m., in front of the Court Ilouse, by ordor of
D. SI, Kansdell, United States mursbal, lot 7,
in square 144,
Tuesday, June 23, at 12 o'clock in.,
uy oruer 01 u. m. itansaeii, united States
marshal, lots 1 and 2, Pleasant Plains, or Alt.
Thursday, June 25, at 10 o'clock,
Government sale of condemned goods at
United States Signal Office.
ORKNEY SPRINGS AND BATHS, SHEN
andoah County, Va., F. Tenney fc Co.,
lessees and proprietors. "Bear Wallow,
Healing Arsenic, Sulphur and Iron Springs."
Bowling alley, shooting gallery, lawn tennis,
archery, and other amusements; splendid rldea
and drives. Largest swimming pool in Vir
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are supplied with water from the mountain.
Seven cottages. Accommodntlnnn for i nnn
, Altitude 2,800 feet above sea level: cool'anu
ury; sanitation perlect. JNo mosquitoes. Dr,
C, W. Chancellor, of Baltimore, and Dr. V, T,
Chamberlain, of Washington, will bo in at
tendance. Prof. Shroeder's brass and string
band will furnish music. Address F. TEr
NEY fc CO., National Hotel, Washington,
D. C until June 10, after that at Orkney
DUNCTMSON BROS., Auctioneers,
Ninth and D streets northwest.
CONTINUATION OF CATALOGUE SALE
OF ENTIRE CONTENTS OF THE RIGGS
HOUSE, FIFTEENTH AND G STREETS
NORTHWEST, CONSISTING OF ALL
THE FINE FURNITURE, MAGNIFI
CENT MIRRORS, PIANOS, DRAPERIES,
GLASSWARE, CHINA, AND CROCKERY
WARE, BILLIARD TABLES, BAR-ROOM,
CAFE, OFFICE, AND OTHER FIX
TURES, WINES, LIQUORS, ETC., CON
TAINED IN ABOUT TWO HUNDRED
On MONDAY MORNING, May 4, 1S91,
commencing at 10 o'clock and continuing
each day thereafter at same hour until all are
disposed of, we will sell on tho premises, Fif
teenth and G streets northwest, Washington,
D. C, the entlro contents of tho RIGGS
HOUSE. The sale will be continued MON1
DAY MORNING, June 1, and TUESDAY
MORNING, June 2, at same hour. Tho most
desirable portion of the furniture is to bo sold
on these days. my31-lt-7
National Rifles' Exenrsioii
Thursday, June 4, 1891,
Steamer Charles Maculesteiv,
Leaving at 0:30 P. Al.
Tickets, 50 cents, to be had of members and
at tho boat.
Second Grand Excursion
COLUMBIA CYCLE CLUB
Steamer CHARLES AIACALESTER,
AIONDAY, JUNE 1, 1891.
Boat leaves 0:30 P. M. Tickets 50 cents.
Muelc and Dancing.
The Washington Mandolin, Banjo, and
Guitar Club will bo with us.
SELECT MOONLIGHT EXCOTON.
Washington Light Infantry Corps,
Steamer Charles AIacale6ter,
TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1801.
Boat leaves 0:80. Tickets. 50c.
Aluslc by National Guard Band,
J . MARSHALL HALL,
MONDAY, JUNE 8.
Tho Macalester leaves 7th street wharf 0.30 p. m.
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