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THE SliKDA.Y HERALD. AUGUST 16, 1891.
THE AllMY AND THE NAVY.
The following havo been appointed cadets
at West Point during tho week: Andrew L.
Russoll (alternate), Plymouth (Second Dis
trict). Mass.; William L. Constantino, Atlanta
(Fifth District), Georgia, with J. V. Ileldt, of
same place, as alternate: Fred H. Becker,
Wausau (Ninth District), Wis., with Juntas S.
Bard, of Symeo, as alternate; Francis 11. Hullc,
Easton, (Eighth District), Pa., with Charles
A. Hapshcr, of Mauch Chunk, as alternate;
Blount L. Shoppcrd. Houston (First District),
Texas, with Arthur K. Stowo, of Jasper, as
Alternate; Edgar T. Collins, Hepburn (Six
teenth District), Pa.
The following transfers of officers in the
artillery arm are ordered: Second Lieutenant
Maurico G. Kraycnbuhl, from the Fifth Ar
tillery to the Second Artillery; Second Lieu
tenant William C. Davis, from the Third Ar
tillery to the Fifth Artillery; Second Lieuten
ant Frank G. Mauldin, from tho Second
Artillery to tho Third Artillery; Second Lieu
tenant William 8. McNair, from tho Fifth
Artillery to tho Third Artillery; Second Lieu
tenant Gcorgo G. Gatcly, from tho Third
krtillory to the Fifth Artillery.
On Monday last an order was issued by tho
War Department establishing, in rooms set
apart for it in tho Spelden Building, a branch
office of tho Government Printing Office. Tho
office Was established for tho performance of
any special work which requires the close
supervision of some official or employe of tho
department or where tho interests of tho
Government would suffer delay by trans
mission to tho main office of the Government
The following enlisted inou of the Army
havo beeu placed on tho retired list under tho
provisions of the act of Congress approved
February 14, 1885, as amended by act of Con
gress approved September, 30, 1890: Sergeant
John Houser, Battery I, Fifth Artillery, Al
catraz Island, Cal.; First Sergeant Dennis
Ryan, Battery C, First Artillery, Fort Wads
worth, ST. Y.; Corporal Adolph Schick, com
pany B, Fifth Infantry, Jackson Barracks, La.
Inthe caso of Lieutenant Georgo Evans,
Tenth Cavalry, convicted at Los Angeles of
drunkenness while on duty and sentenced to
dismissal from the service, tho President yes
terday commuted tho sentence to suspension
for one year on half pay upon the recom
mendation of the Judge Advocate General
and tho General commanding tho Army.
First Lieutenant Samuel D. Sturgis, Fourth
Artillery, will be relieved from duty at the
United States Military Academy, West Point,
N. Y., August 38, 1891, and proceed to St.
Paul, Minn., and report in person to Brigadier-General
Wesley Merritt, commanding De
partment of Dakota, for duty as aide-de-camp
on his staff.
First Lieutenant Frank H.Mills, Twenty
fourth Infantry, being unfit for duty and hav
ing been found by an examining board unfit
for promotion by reason of physical disability,
has been relieved from further duty in tho de
partment of Arizona and will proceed to his
So much of General Orders of April 28,
1891, as relate to the two companies of tho
Fifth Infantry, now In the Department of
Texas, is amended to direct that Captain Ed
Avard L. Randall's Company, A, proceed for
station to Fort Leavenworth, Kan., tho move
ment, however, not to be made earlier than
The following-named officers are relieved
from their present duties and will proceed to
join tho regiment and batteries to which they
have heretofore been assigned: First Lieuten
ant Louis Osthelm, Second Artillery; Second
Lieutenant Colden l'H. Rugglcs, Third Ar
tillery. Sergeant nenry n. Smith, Company G,
Thirteenth Infantry, now on recruiting ser
vice at Louisville, Ky., has been transferred
to the Signal Corps. Ho will proceed to Fort
Riley, Kan., for duty under First 'Lieutenant
Joseph E. Maxwell.
Musician John Tegler, Company A, Twenty
iirst Infantry, now with his company at Fort
Sidney, Neb., will bo discharged the service
of tho United States, under the provisions of
paragraphs 1 and 3, General Orders No. 81,
July 20, 1890.
The leavo of absence for six months on sur
geon's certificate of disability granted First
Lieutenant Edwin C. Bullock, Fourth Cavalry
(then Second Lieutenant, Seventh Cavalry),
February 14, 1891, has been extended two
Sergeant Frederick Kroll, General Service,
Columbus Barracks, Ohio, will bo discharged
from tho servico of tho United States under
tho provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3 of orders
of July 20, 1890.
Captain Charles M. Gandy, assistant sur
geon, on tho final adjournment of the Army
medical board, now in session in New York
City, will proceed to Ocean View and Capo
May, N. J., and resume his leave of absence.
Second Lieutenant Malvern-Hill Bavnum,
Third Cavalry, has been detailed for the cotirso
of instruction at tho United States Infantry
and Cavalry School, Fort Leavenworth, Kan.,
on September 1, 1891.
The following transfers in tho Eighth Cav
alry have been ordered: Captain Charles M,
O'Connor, from Troop E to Troop A, Captain
Henry F. Kendall, from Troop A to Troop E.
Leave of absenco for one month and ten
days, to take effect September 1, 1891, has
beeu granted Second Lieutenant William C.
Wren,' Tenth Infantry.
The extension of the leave of absence
& anted Second Lieutenant Charles G. Lyman,
Second Cavalry, July 8, has been further ex
tended ono month,
Captain William Aumau, Thirteenth In
fantry, having completed the duty assigned
him at Fort Supply, I. T,, will return to his
Leave of absonce for one month, to take
effect August 28, 1891, has been granted First
Lieutenant William W, Galbraith, Fifth Ar
tillery. Tho leave of absence granted Lieutenant
Colonel James P, Martin, assistant adjutant
general, has been extended ono month.
First Lieutenant Frederick Wooley, Fifth
Infantry, has beeu granted four months'
leave, with permission to cross the sea.
Captain Charles Hay, Commissary of Sub
sistence, will proceed from Denver, Col,, to
Longmontj Col., on official business.
First Lieutenant Rowland G. Hill,
Twentieth Infautry, will repair to New York
City by September 1,1891, and roport In person
to tho superintendent of tho recruiting servico
for assignment to duty at Davles Island, Now
York Harbor. This detail Is mado with a
viow to a tour of duty until September 1, 1898.
Tho commanding officer at Willet's Point,
N. Y., will grant a furlough for one month to
Hospital Steward Henry Miller.
Tho leave of absouco granted First Lieuten
ant Lawrenco D. Tyson, Ninth Infantry, has
been extended intll September 15, 1891.
Tho leavo of absenco granted Colonol
Georgo H. Sanford, Ninth Cavalry, May 23,
has boon extended four months.
Tho leave of absenco granted to First Lieu
tenant Walter S. Alexander, Fourth Artillery,
has been oxtonded two months.
Tho leavo of absence granted First Lieuten
ant Harry L. Bailey, Twenty-first Infantry has
been oxtonded two months.
Lieutenant-Colonel J. C. Bailey, assistant
medical purvoyor, has been grauted ono
month extension of leave.
Tho leave of absenco granted Post Chaplain
James C. Kerr, United States Army, has been
extended one mouth,
Leavo of absenco for four months has been
granted First Lieutenant Farrand Savre,
Tho leavo of absence granted Captain John
G. Burke, Third Cavalry, has been extended
NAVY AND MARINE CORPS.
Acting Secretary Soloy, of tho Navy De
partment, has referred to the district attor
ney at Now York for his action tho roport of
tho board appointed by Captain Erbeu, com
mandant of tho Brooklyn navy yard, that in
vestigated the frauds which it was alleged
wero being committed on the Government In
tho docks and yards bureau by means of dupli
cate pay checks. Chief Clerk William Des
mond and Jonas M. Farrington had been sus
pended as a result of tho investigation.
The Ordnance Bureau of the Navy Depart
ment yesterday shipped to tho New York
navy-yard a ten-inch gun, with carriage, for
tho U. S. steamship Mlantonomoh, now at tho
yard. This, with tho other ten-inch guns
which the vessel now has, will complete her
battery so far as tho Ordnance Bureau is con
cerned. The Charleston sailed yesterday from San
Francisco for China, where she will bo the
flagohip of tho Asiatic squadron. This dis
poses of the report that she would bo ordered
to Central America during the settlement of
tho trouble caused by the seizure of the
steamer City of Panama by the Government of
The Navy Department has made the tenth
payment, amounting to 5-30,830, on cruiser
No. 11. now being built by Harrison Loring, of
Boston, Mass. Tho Department has also mado
,tho eighth payment, amounting to $11,250, on
the practice vessel now being built by Samuel
L. Mooro & SonB, of Elizabethport, N. J.
Ensign Nathan C. Twining has been ordered
to the Kearsarge on the 18th InBtant. Ensign
Georgo G. Mitchell has been ordered to the
Yantic on the same data. Ensigns W. C.
Colo and G. B. Bradshaw have been ordered
to tho Charleston.
Tho United States steamship-Charleston,
recently arrived at San San Francisco, will go
to Honolulu, and if affairs there are quiet she
will go to Behring,sca to supplement tho three
Pa&sed Assistant Surgeon J. L. Sayre, de
tached from the Ranger, has been ordered to
temporary duty on tho Charleston, and on
arrival at Yokohama will report for duty on
Commodore James A. Greer, will be de
tached as president of the examining and
retiring boards on the 17th Instant, and will
continue duties as chairman of the light-house
Lieutenant-Commander Samuel Belden to
bo detached from tho receiving ship Franklin
on tho 17th instant, has been ordered to com
mand the Yantic on tho 31st instant.
Carpenter William A. Barry has been de
tached from tho receiving ship Wabash on the
Slst instant, and ordered to duty under the
general storekeeper at Norfolk, Ya.
The Navy Department has made the ninth
payment, amounting to $53,880, on cruiser
No. (i, now being built by the Union Iron
Works at San Francisco, Cal.
Lieutenant William M. Irwin and Lieuten
ant H. S. Knapp, detached from tho Atlanta
on tho Slst instant, have been ordered to duty
at tho Naval Academy.
Commander Charles II. Rockwell will bo de
tached from the command of the Yantic on
tho8l6t instant and granted three months'
leave of absence.
Passed Assistant Surgeon J. W. Baker, de
tached from tho Palos on tho reporting of his
return, has been ordered to return homo and
Lieutenant Duncan Kennedy willbo detached
from tho Baltimore on tho 15th instant and
ordered as executive of tho Yorktown on tho
Commodore William P. McCann, has been
appointed president of tho naval examining
and retiring boards, to take offect on the 17th
Rear Admiral William P. McCann will
be relieved of tho command of tho South
Pacific and Atlantic station on tho 15th In
stant. Ensign John H. Gibbons, detached from
duty on tho CoaBt Survey on tho 3l6t inBtant,
has been ordered to duty at tho Naval Acad
emy. Mate Henry C. Fuller has been detached
from the receiving ship Vermont, and or
dered to duty on the monitors near Richmond,
Lieutenant H. G. O. Colby, will bo detached
from the Yorktowa on the 18th instant and
ordered to temporary duty at the department.
Past Assistant Engineer R. W. Mllligan
has been detached from the Ranger and or
dered to duty at tho Maro Jsland navy yard.
Ensigns William D. MacDougall, Georgo R.
Marveli, and Louis A. Kaiser, havo been
ordered to the Chicago on the 18th instant.
Passed Assistant Surgeon V, C. B. Means
has been ordered to the Naval Hospltui at
Now York on tho 1st of September nexx.
EnBign Charles F. Plunkett, detached from
6teel inspector duty at Pittsburg on the 25th
ainstnt, has been ordered to tho Yantic,
Orders have been issued for the United
States steamers Marian and Alert, now in
Behring sea, to proceed to China and join
that station. It is desirable to havo small
steamers In China water, as they aro able to
do moro effective work than tho larger cruiser.
Lieutenant Commander Chapman C. Todd,
has boon detached from tho Charleston and
ordefed as executive of tho Pcnsacola.
Lieutenant John M. Orchard, detached from
duty at tho Naval Academy on the 10th in
stant, has been ordered to the Yantic.
Licuianant Hugo Osterhaus, has been de
tached from tho Baltimore and ordered to tho
Atlanta on tho 13th instant.
Ensigns William V. Piatt and Philip Wil
liams havo been ordered to tho Philadelphia
on tho 18th instant.
Ensign Philip AndrowB, detnebed from tho
Chicago on the 31st instant, has been ordered
to tho Atlanta.
Ensign F. M. Brown, detached from the
Chicago on tho 18th instant, has been ordered
to tho Yantic.
Ensign Mark L Bristol, detached from tho
Yantic on tho 18th Instant, has been ordered
Ensign F. B. Bassett, has been detached
from the Ranger and ordered to tho Charles
ton. Ensign W. J. Torhune, has been ordered to
the Bennington on tho 18th Instant.
Ensign Charles A. Brand has been ordered
to tbe Enterprise on tho 18th instant.
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DID SCENERY, MAGNIFICENT
IN EFFECT JULY 10, 1891.
1 rains leave Washington from Station corner
of Sixth aud Kstrcets as follows:
,. -orl ittshurg and the West, Chicago Llm
i L1?xI)rcss of Pullman Vestibule Cars at
J0.50 A. M. daily. Fast Line, 10.50 A. M. daily
to Chicago, Columbus, and St. Louis, with
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ing Cats from Pittsburg to Indianapolis, Pltto
burg to Columbus, Altoona to Chicago. St.
Lo.ul8and Cincinnati Express, 4.80 P. M.
daily; Parlor Car Washington to Harrlsbunr
and Sleeping Cars Ilarrftburg to St. Louiei
Chicago, and Cincinnati and Dining Car Har
risburg to St. Louis, Chicago, and Cincinnati.
Western Express, at 7.40 P. M. daily, with
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Sleeper to Pittsburg and Pittsuurg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
For Kane, Canandaigua, Rochester, ana
Niagara Falls, daily except Sunday, 8.10 A. M.
.b or Erie, Canandaigua, and Rochester, daily;
fw BiSVm NiftjfarB, "ay except Satur
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Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester.
.r.r, wniiamsport,Tenova, and Elmira, at
10J30 A. M. daily except Sunday.
For Williamsport, daily, 4.30 P. M.
0rnilaae1lp.!1,,a' Now York, and the East,
T3 9;9Xaud 1L0 A- Jr- &16. 2.10, 3.15
B 10-00 -and , 11.86 P . M. On Sunday
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1L85 P. M. Limited Express of Pullman Par
lor Cars, with Dining Car to Now York, 9.40
A. M. daily except Sunday.
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Dining Car from Baltimore, 4.00 P. M. daily.
lor Philadelphia only. Fast Express, 8.10 A.
M. week days and 3.45 P. M. dally. Accom
modation, 5.00 A. M. dally. Express, 5.40 P.
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nect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn An
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avoiding doublo ferriage across New York City!
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.rA?PaPol,s' 7-20 and 9-00 A. M., 11.50
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WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY. '
IN EFFECT AUGUST 1, 1S91.
For Alexandria, 4.30, 0.33, 7.45, 8:40, 9.45,
aAt5 hJ'h' 12-01 noon' 1:0. 2-9 3.2S
4.25, 5.07, 18.104.22.168, 8.02,10.05, and 11.39 P. m!
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Accommodation for Quantico, 7.45 A. M.
For Richmond and the South, 4.30 and 10.57
A. M. daily. 5.07 P. M. week days.
Trains leave Alexandria for Washington.
0.05, 7.05, 8.00, 9.10, 10.15, 11.17, and 11.44
A. M., 1.20, 2.00, 3.00, 3.48, 5.05, 5.45, 6.13.
7.05, 9.20, 10.50, and li.OS P.' M. 'On Sunday,'
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BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Schedule in Effect MAY 10, 1S91.
Leavo "Washington from Station cornerof New
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For Chicago and Northwest, Vestibuled Lim
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For Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Indianapolis,
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minutes.) 5.80, 5.85, 0.20, 6.25, 7.80, 8.80, 9.00,
10.00, 11.30, and 11.85 P. M. Sundays, 4.05
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8.80, 9.00, 11.30, and 11.85 P. 31.
For Annapolis, 7.20 and 8.30 A. 31., 13.10'
and 4.28 P. 3f. Sundays, 8.30 A. 31. and 4.31
For Frederick, -jll.30 A. 31., 21.15, tS.SO,
and 4.80 P. 31. ' '
For Hagerstown, tl0.40 A. 31. and t5,30 P.M.
For Ocean City and poiuts on Eastern Shore
Railroad, 7.20 a. m. and 4.28 p. m.
ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and
the East, daily, 4.05, 8.00, (10.00, Dining Car.)
11.55 A. M., 2.45, (5.10, Dining Car,) SSo!
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Buffet Parlor Cars on all day traius.
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Sundays, 4.05 and 11.55 A. 31.
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ders left at Ticket Offices, 619 and 1851 Penn
sylvania avenue, and at Depot.
J, T. ODELL, CnAS. O. SCULL,
Gen'l Manager. Gen'l Pass. Ag't,
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Pullman Dining Car Pittsburg to Richmond
and Chicago. Pacific Express, 10 P. M. dally
for Pittsbllrir mill Mir. V4- ...Ml. i.- f.
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