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THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER S, 1891.
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tfftE'AlLttiY AND tfflWAVV.'
Tho President has signed tho commission
of tho following officers of tho District of
Columbia militia: Harry U. Cillcy, first lieu
tenant and adjutant, Sixth Battalion; Ed
ward L. Dunn, captain, Company D, Fifth
Battalion; William B. Greouwood, second
lloutcnant. Company C, Third Battalion;
Richard A. Johnson, first lieutenant and
quartermaster, Second Battalion; Frank Mur
phy, first lieutenant. Compony C, Fifth Bat
talion; Georgo H. Mlchaelscn, second lieu
tenant, Company B, Fifth Battalion; A. J.
Robinson, first lieutenant, Company C, Third
Battalion; James T. Simpson, first lleutoiunt,
Company B, Fifth Battalleu; Edward L.
Webster, first lieutenant, Company A, First
Tho goncral court-martial appointed to meot
at David's Island, Now York Harbor, Octobor
;8, 1891, has been dissolved, and a now court
has been appointed to meet there Tuesday
noxt for the trial of such prisoners as may bo
brought before it. Tho detail for tho board
Is: Captain Ebenezer W. Stono, Twonty-flrst
Infantry; Captain John McE. Hyde, assistant
quartermaster; First Lieutenant William C.
McFarland, Sixteenth Infantry; First Lieu-
tonant Charles B. Hardin, Eighteenth In
fantry; First Lieutenant William B. Reynolds,
Fourteenth Infantry; Fir6t Lieutenant Row
land G. Hill. Twentieth Infantry; Soeond
-Lieutenant Charles P. Rus, Eloventh In
fantry, and First Lieutenant GeOrgo R. Cecil,
Thirteenth Infantry, judge advocate.
The followlne-namod ofilcers havo beon
ordered to report in person to tho Army retir
ing board for examination: Captain Francis
M. Gibson, Seventh Cavalry, nud First Lieu
tenant Ernest S. Robins, Third Cavalry.
-Upon tho conclusion of his examination Lieu
tenant Robins will return to the place of re
ceipt by him of this order.
Tho War Department has announced tho
following appointments of cadets to the Mili
tary Academy: John Eliott Hunt, of Washing
ton, D. C. at large; Francis J. Marshall,
Ritchie Court House, Fourth West Virginia;
Thomas Wannsboro, Albany, Nineteenth Now
York; William A. Ostrandcr, Sllnglolands,
Nineteenth New York, alternate; G. Thomas
Summorlin, Rayville, Fifth Louisiana, and
Robert D. Earle, Earleton, Second Florida.
The following assignments of ofilcers re
cently promoted have been ordered: Colonel
WllJtam H. Jordan (promoted from lieuten
ant colonel, Nineteenth Infantry), to the
Nineteenth Infantry, vice Smith, retired.
Lieutenant Colonel Charles A. Wikoff (pro
moted from major, Fourteenth Infantry), to
the Nineteenth Infantry, vice Jordan, pro
moted. Major John V. French (promoted
from captain. Twenty-fifth Infantry), to the
Fourteenth Infantry, vice Wikoff, promoted.
Captain 'Charles L. Hodges (promoted from
first lieutenant, Twenty-fifth Infantry), to tho
"Twenty-fifth Infantry, Company A, vice
French, promoted. First Lieutenant James
T. Anderson (promoted from second lieuten
ant, Sixteenth Infantry), to the Twenty-fifth
Infantry, Company C, vice Hodges, pro
vmoted. The following transfers In tho Fourth Ar
tillery have been ordered: First Lieutenant
Walter S. Alexander, from Light Battery B
to Battery M. First Lieutenant Charles L.
Corthell, from Battery M toBattery B.
Leave of absence for four months, to take
-effect about December 10, 1891, with per
mission to go beyond sea and to apply for an
extcntion of two months, has been granted
Second Lieutenant Odon Guroylts, Eleventh
Captain EdwardS. Godfret,Seventh Cavalry,
has been assigned to temporary duty in tho
Adjutant General's Office to date from October
Leavo of absence for two months, lo take
effect on or before November 5, 1891, has
been granted First Lieutenant William L.
tSlbert, Corps of Engineers.
First Lieutenant Stephen Y. Seyburn, Tenth
.Infantry, will report in person to Colonel
Robert A. Crof ton, Fifteenth Infantry, presi
dent of the examining board at Fort Wayne,
Mich., for examination for promotion.
Tho order detailing Captain Daniel JI
-Appol, assistant surgeon, as a member of tho
examining board appointed to meet at Fort
D. A. Russell, Wyoming, has been revoked,
and Captain Aaron H. Appel, assistant
surgeon, has been detailed as a member of tho
Medical Inspector Frank S. Du Bols has
been ordered to tho Philadelphia.
Lieutenant George P. Colvocoressos has
been detached from temporary duty in the
Bureau of Navigation and ordorcd to tho
A board of officers has beon appointed to
meet at tho call of the president thereof, at
tho War Department, for'examlnation of such
officers as may be ordered before it for pro
motion. Tho detail for tho board is: Liou
tenaut Colonel John B. Parke, Second In
fantry; Major Robert H. Whlto, surgeon;
Major Joseph K. Carson, surgeon; Major
John C. Gilmore, assistant adjutant general:
Captain James Chester, Third Artillory, and
Second Lieutenant Michael J. Lonihan,
Twentieth Infantry, recorder.
Tho following-named officers will report in
person to tho board for examination as to
their fitness for promotion: First Lieutenant
Frank Taylor, Fourteenth Infantry, and First
Lieutenant William Lasslter, Sixteenth In
fantry. Liontenant N, a. Miles has been detached
from the Atlanta and ordered to duty at tho
Norfolk navy yard as assistant to tho equip
ment officer foi the Inspection of electrical
Medical Inspector T. Wolvoiton has been
detached from the Philadelphia and ordered
to appear before the retiring board, and then
Assistant Surgeon N. J. Blackwood has
beon detached from tho navy yard. League
Island, and Assistant Surgeon C. DeW.
Brownoll, from the navy yard, Loague Island,
and ordered to the Newark.
Captain Edwaid S. Godfrot, Soventh Cav
alry, has beon assigned to temporary duty in
tho Adjutant General's Office to date from
October 20, 1S91.
Leave of absence for two months, to take
effect on or about November 5. 1891, has been
granted First Lieutenant William L. Seibert,
Corps ot Engineers.
Tho followiug transfers of regimental offi
cers havo been ordered: First Lieutenant
Charles McQuiston, from tho Fifteenth In-,
fantry to tfie First Infantry, Company K,
Ho will remain on duty with the Fourth In-
'fdntryuhtil further" orders.' First Lieutenant
Raymond R. Stovens, from tho Twentieth In
fantry lo tho Twenty-third Infantry, Company
I. First Lieutenant Frederick V. Krujr, from
tho Twenty-third Infantry to tho Twentieth
Infantry, Company I. Ho will proceed to
join his proper station. First Lioutenant
William W. Blow, from tho Frst Infantry to
tho Fifteenth Infantry, Company K.
Lloutcnant Commander 0. W. Farcnhall
has beon ordered to duty In tho equipmont,
department, navy yard, Boston.
Passed Assistant Paymaster C. W. Ruo has
boon ordered to temporary duty in Bureau of
Assistant Engineer C. A. Carr has been de
tached from duty in tho Bureau of Steam En
gineering and ordered to duty In tho Quintard
Iron Works as assistant to tho Inspector of
machinery building for cruiser No. 11.
Assistant Naval Constructor Lloyd Bank
son has been detached from duty at tho ship
yard of Messrs. Cramp & Sons and ordorcd to
Dubuquo, Iowa, to assumo duties in construc
tion of torpedo boat No. 2 at tho Iowa Iron
First Lloutcnant Stephen Y. Seyburn, Tenth
Infantry, will report in porson to Colonel
Robert A. Crofton, Fifteenth Infantry, presi
dent of tho examining board at Fort Wayne,
Mich., for examination for promotion.
THE NAVY AND MARINE CORPS.
Assistant Engineer T. W. Klnkald has been
ordered as assistant, to tho Inspector of ma
chinery on cruiser No. 10.
Assistant Inspector Victor Bluohas been
detached from the Pensacola, and ordered to
duty at tho Union works, San Francisco, Cal.
Lieutenant S. P. Cromloy has been ordered
to tho Allianco per steamer on tho 20th in
stant from San Francisco.
Ensign Georgo P. Cooper has been ordered
to duty at tho navy yard, New York, as assist
ant officer in inspection of electric material. -
Lieutenant C. McR. Winslbw has beon de
tached from tho command of tho Cushlng and
placed on waiting orders.
Lieutenant George W. Tyler has been de
tached from tho Mohican and granted threo
Assistant Surgeon John E. Pago has been
detached from tho Independence and ordered
to tho Iroquois per steamer of 12th instant
from San Francisco.
Assistant Surgeon James G. Field has been
detached from duty in tho Bureau of Medicine
and placed on waiting orders.
Important Bciuonstr-tloni at tin JPranlc
Consul Mason, at Frankfort, Germany, in a
report to the Department of State upon tho
Frankfort Electrical Exposition, which closed
October 19 last, sums up tho list of exhibits
which have been considered foremost in im
portance and have done most to make the ex
position memorable as follows:
First. Long distance transmission of elec
trical energy. Even admitting a loss of 25
per cent, of energy through defective insula
tion and waste of transportation the Industrial
value of long distance transmission would
"seem to bo fully demonstrated, and this alone
Is sufficient to make the exposition of memora
ble event in electrical progress.
Second. In order of Importance is a now
dynamo Invented by a Muremberg firm which
renders possible an entirely new system of
current distribution, making tho most im
portant advance .In this direction since tho
Munich exhibition In 1883. Continuous and
alternating currents can he taken from tho
machine at tho same time enormously increas
ing tho usefulness of the dynamo, which opens
a now chapter in tho generation and U60 of
electricity as a motive power.
Next on tho list in importance is the superb
display of reflectors or search lights of an in
tensity and durability in working not hitherto
attained, and after that may bo placed tho
variety of portable electric plants.
In the departments of electro-chemistry, in
struments of precision for sclentittc usoin
mining and pumping machinery, and in tho
wonderful production of scenic effects by
electric light as shown in the theatre, the ox
position has covered ground untouched bo
fore. A subsidiary but highly interesting depart
ment has been that of speam generators and
motors, and it is doubtful whether bo com
ploto a collection of perfect types has over bo
fore been assembled under one roof.
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Scenes and Costumes from tho Casino.
Next Weok A. M. PALMER'S COM
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Mr. Herndon Morsell, Tenor.
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