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SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1S90.
THE ARMY AND THE NAVY.
Cant. Frank Heath, Ord. Dent., has been de
tailed as a member of the board of ord. ofIlccr3,
appointed Oct. 27, 1S90, vice Capt. Charles
Shaler, Onl. Dept., relieved.
Tho leave granted 1st Lt. C. A. Church, 5th
Inf., has been extended 1 month.
The following ofllccrs have been ordered to re
port to Lt. Col. J. C. Bally, asst. mcd. purveyor,
president of the examining board appointed to
meet at Fort Sam Houston, Tex., Nay. 15, at
such time as he may designate, for examination
by the board ns to their "fitness for promotion:
2d Lt. John Cotter, 15th Inf.; 2d Lt. li. C.Welsh,
Mnj. J. C. Gilmore, asst. adjt. gen., has been
lelievedfrom further duty as a member of tho
tactical board now in session at Leavenworth,
Kan., and will proceed to Los Angeles, Cal.,
and report to the commanding gen. Dept. Ariz,
for duty as asst. adjt. gcu. of that dept.
Second Lieut. II. S. "Whipple, 10th Caw, now
on sick leave of absence, has been detailed for
instruction lu torpedo service at "Wlllets Point,
N. Y., during the term commencing Dec. 1,
1S90, and will report for duty accordingly.
The following ofllccrs have been ordered to
report in person to Col. M. M. Blunt, 10th inf.,
president of the examining board appointed to
meet at the Army Building, New lork City,
2? ov. 15, 1S90, at such time as he may designate,
for examination as to their fitness for promotion:
1st Lt. Q. O'M. Gillmore, Sth Caw, 2d Lt. Ben
jamin Alvord, 20th Inf.
The following ofllccrs have bceu ordered to
report in person to Col. E. S. Otis, 20th Inf.,
for examination as to their fitness for promotion:
Capt. V. McK. Dunn, 2d Art.: 1st Lt. J. E.
Macklin, R. Q. W. 11th Inf.
The extension of leave on account of sickness
granted Maj. H. G. Thomas, paymr., Dee. 23,
1SS9, is still further extended until further or
ders on surg.'s certificate of disability.
The leave granted Lt. Col. R. F. O'Boirne,
15th Inf., Nov. 21, Diw Mochas been extended
Maj. V. F. Tucker, paymr., has been ordered
to Fort Myer, Va.; Washington Barracks, D.
C: Fort McHcnry, Md., andFort Monroe, Va.,
to pay the troops at those stations.
Cadet J. J. McEvilly,4th class, U. S. Military
Academy, has been granted leave on account
of sickness until May 1, 1S91, when he will be
examined so far as his eyesight is concerned by
a medical board.
Leave for 1 month, to take effect from the
date of his being relieved from duty on the
tactical board, is granted Capt. J. T. Haskell,
Capt. T. D. Crosby, asst. surg.. has been re
lieved from duty as a memberof the general
court-martial convened at Jefferson Barracks,
Mo., Oct. S, 1S90. Capt. H. B. Osgood, C. S.,
is detailed as a member of the court.
The followfllrr OfilpnrK llnvn luinn nrrlornrl tr
report in person to Col. E. F. Townsend, 12th
Inf., president of the examining board appointed
to meet at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., Nov. 14,
1S90, at such time as he may designate, for ex
amination as to their fitness for promotion: 1st
Lt. F. E. Eltonhead, 21st Inf.; 2dLt. F. T.Van
Liew, 2d Iuf.; 2d Lt. J. A. Goodin, 7th Inf.; 2d
Lt. S. E. Adair, 5th Caw
Lieut. Col. J. P. Wright, surg., is detailed as
a member of the board of officers appointed to
meet at Fort Leavenworth, Kail., Nov. 12, 1890,
for the examination of ofllcers,vice 1st Lt. B. L.
Ten Eyck, asst. surg., relieved.
Capt. James Fornance, 13th Inf., has been de
tailed as a member of the board of officers ap
pointed to meet at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.,
Nov. 14, 1S90, for the examination of officers to
determine their fitness for promotion, vice Capt.
S. M. Swigert, 2d Caw, relieved.
Capt. S. E. Blunt, Ord. Dept., National Ar
mory, Springfield, Mass., has been ordered to
thi6 city to report on or about Dec. 9, 1890, to
the maj. gen. comdg. the Army for consulta
tion in connection with small-arms practice.
Lieut. C. R. Edwards, 23d Inf., has been de
tailed as professor of military science and tac
tics at St. John's College, Fordham, N. Y.
Cadet II. O. Penick, 4th class, U. S. Military
Academy, has been granted leave of absence on
surg.'s certificate of disability until June 15,
1891, when he will be reexamined by the medi
cal examining board.
Second Lieut. R. A. Brown, 4th Caw, has been
ordered to report in person without delay to the
Superintendent of the U. S. Military Academy,
est Point, N. Y for duty in the dept. of
Leave for 1 month has been granted Mai. J. C.
Gilrnore, nest. adjt. gen.
First Lieut. E. L. Swift, asst. surg., has been
relieved from further duty and station at Fort
McDowell, A. T., and assigned to Fort Thomas,
The leave granted 1st Lt. F. P. Fremont,
adjt. Cd Inf., Now 13, 1S90, Dept. Dale, has
been extended 3 months.
. Firrt Lieut. G. S. Iloyle, 1st Caw, has been
ordered to report in person to Lt. Col. A. K.
Arcolil, Ui Caw, president of the examlnin"
bo.iri appointed to meet at Fort Kcogh, Mont."
ow 1.1, IS'JO, at such time as ho maydeslgnatc,
for examination by tho board as to his fitness
Lieut. Col. G. B. Sanford, 9th Caw, has been
relieved from further duty as a member of the
tactical board at Leavenworth, Kan., and from
his present duties at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.,
and will join the Fort Leavenworth cav. batt
in the field.
The following officers have been ordered
to report to Col. (J. E. Comptou, ltd Caw, presi
dent of the examining board appointed to meet
at Fort Sherman, Idaho, Nov. 12, 1890 ,
l-?CHi Ul? ..as, 1,c lnai' 'les'BWtte, for
examination by the boajd as to their fitness for
nrnmritlrni! !.. It T.' t?.i. ,t ...i r.
a'nd2dLM:6.IlolIs,VthIn'u, lbt v-
Tbo following officers have been ordered to
report to Lt. Col. La I!. L. Livingston, 3d Art.,
president of the examining board appointed to
Hiett at Washington Barracks. D. C, Nov 12
fitSUiC,l.t,i'n?.UB "y designate, forexamina
. hL T,bwl?,a2.t0 lljol'-"tes6 for promo
tlon: 'id Lt. W. P. Stone, 2d Art.; 2d Lt. I. A.
Art.; 'Jd Lt. Louis Ostheim, 3d Art.
First Lieut. J. L. Wilson, UIi Art., ban been
The following changes in the stations and
duties of officers of the Q. M. Dent, lave been
ordered: Capt. J. F. Rodgers, re eved from
duty in the office of the (J. M. Gen., and dotaik
as a member of a bourd of officers In conneptio !
WZfT Cu1,UmbIa" SoBft?onUL Ma
L. C. I-orsyth will proceed to St. Louis
and report to ofiicer charge of
the general depot of tho Q. M Dent at
that place, relieving Capt. ,j vf MfiELii
Capt. Marshall will proceed to Helena Mont
for assignment to duty at that pMo"il0vinir
Maj. G. C. Smith. Maj. Smith will proceed to
Chicago, for assignment to duty as 8lsffln
ofllcerand asst. to the chief Q. Mof "hat cRv, re"
liovintf Cap. C.A.H. McCauley. Cap" Mc
Cauley will be aligned to duty unon tho con
StructUm of buildings at Fort But Man Hi n
rojtovo Capt. C. P.Mlllcr. Cap?. inTler VviU
presiuent oi me examining ooard appointed to
meet at the Army Building, New York City,
Nov. 15, 1SP.0, at such time as be mav designate.
repair to this city and report to tho Q. M. Gen.
for duty in his office. Maj. J. V. Furcy, re
lieved from duty at tho Philadelphia depot of
mo i. l. Lcih, nun win procceu to at. raui
for duty as chief Q. M. of that Dept., rcHovlng
Maj. A. V. Rockwell. Maj. Rockwoll will pro
ceed to Philadelphia, and report for duty at
Tho extensiou of leave granted 1st Lt. J. II.
Bcacom, 3d Inf., has been further extended 2
Lieut. Col. I. D. Do Kussy, 14th Inf., has
been detailed as a member of the board of offi
cers to meet at San Francisco for tho examina
tion of officers to dctermino their fitness for
promotion, vice Col. W. R. Shafter, 1st Inf.
First Lieut. W. S. Scott, 2oth Inf., has been
ordered to report, on his arrival in Ban Antonio,
lex., to Lt. Col. J. C. Bailey, president of tho
examining board, for examination for promo
tion. Hospital Steward Alfred Baur has been re
lieved from duty at Fort Logau, Col., and will
report to the mcd. dir. Hdqrs. Dent. Platte,
Capt. E. G. Armstrong, 1st Inf., has been re
lieved from tho further operatiou-of par. 0,
Special Orders No. 203, nud will join his regt.
in tho Dept. Piatte upon the expiration of his
The following trausfers in the 17th Inf. have
been made : Capt. F. D. Garretty, from Co. E to
Co. K; Capt. J. M. Bums, from Co. K to Co. E.
A board of oflicers is appointed to meet, at
the call of the president thereof, at St. Louis,
for the examination of such ofllccrs as may bo
ordered before it, to determine their fitness for
promotion. Detail for tho board : Col. Charles
Page. Asst. Surg.Gen.; Col. J. M. Moore, Deputy
Q. M. Gen.; Maj. J. W. Barriger, C. S.; Maj.
D. Ct. Cilldwoll. surer Arn? n V !.vri. c
M.; 1st Lt. O. J. Brown, 1st Cav., recorder.
Capt. J. M. Marshall, Asst. '.Q. M., has been
ordered to report to Col. Charles Page, asst.
surg. gen., at St. Louis for examiuation for pro
motion. Maj. J. A. Kress, Ord. Dept., in addition to
his duties as commanding ofiicer of tho St.
Louis Powder Depot, has been assigned to duty
as ohief ord. officer Dept. Mo., relieving Capt.
C. W. Whipple.
THE NAVY AND MARINE CORPS.
Comdr. D. AV. Mullan has been ordered as
asst. insp.of the Sth Light-house Dist. andinsp.
of that dist. Jan. 1 next.
Comdr. J. R.Bartlett has been ordered to hold
himself in readiness to command tho Marion.
Comdr. T. J. Read has been ordered to hold
himself in readiness to command tho Siratara.
A largo force of ironworkers and carpenters
have been put to work on the big double-tur-reted
monitor Amphitrite at tne Norfolk Navy
Yard, and as a considerable quantity of material
has been accumulated there is likely to be very
little interruption in the work. The bands will
bo increased from time to time as tho work pro
gresses. It is estimated that 2 years will be re
quired to complete the Amphitrite.
The Ord. Bureau is continuing experiments
with emmensite, the new high explosive, and
me inuau&auMaciory results navo ueen obtained.
A large number of projectiles loaded with it
have been successfully fired from powder guns
without accident of any kind. As a result of
the experiments thus far tried a special gun is
now being built at the Washington Ord. Factory
designed to throw projectiles containing 100 lbs.
of the explosive. The gun Is to bo made of
steel, and will differ from the ordinary service
gun in being shorter. It will be rather a Ion"
rilled mortar. The dimensions are such as to
avoid undue heating of the projectile in the gun,
which might cause premature explosion of the
bursting charge, and yet long enough to give a
much greater range, a flatter trajectorv, and
consequent greater accuracy than is possible
with tho ordinary type of rilled mortar.
Lieut. F. E. Sawyer has been ordered for duty
in connection with the World's Columbian Ex
position. Capt. J. W. Philip has been detached from
duty as a member of the board of inspection and
survey, and ordered to command tho Atlanta.
Capt. J. A. Howell has been detached from the
command of the Atlanta on reporting of relief,
and placed on waiting orders.
Tho board of civil engs. of tho Navy ap
pointed to examine the bids for building a dry
dock at Port Royal, S. C, has mado its report.
They decided that tho award should go to R.
GPaCokard' of New York whso bid was $471,
000. Some changes will be mado in tho plans.
The report calls attention to tho fact that tho
width of tho proposed dock at Port Royal is in
sufficient to admit the new battle-ships recently
designed. In this connection the board sub
mits the question as to the advisability of con
structing any more docks of less capacity than
sufficient to receive the largest classes of ves
sels now contemplated. Tho bid of J. E. Simp-
"ui "-i UL " -lorn, luu weu-Kiiown uocK
builders, was the highest of those submitted for
the work at Port Royal 197,539 and tho
award may finally go to them. Tho Secretary
will give all tho bidders a hearing next Satur
day. Rear Adm. da SflvMri nr.nimn.wH..,, i, u
zlllan fleet; Capts. Julio Cezar do Noronha and
Carlo F. do Noronha, who aro in command of
the two Brazilian ships of tho squadron, with 11
other Brazilian officers, went from Washington
Monday on a visit to the Annapolis Naval Acad
emy. ThoywereaccompauledbyAdm. Walker,
Chief Clerk Brown, of tho State Dept.; Dr.Lor
Ing, Adm. Hughes, Chief Constructor Wilson,
Lt. Stanton, Capt. SIcard, and Comdr. DaYi3,
U. S. N. They were received with duo honors
at tho Academy by Capt. Phythian and the other
officers and the cadet batt. After being shown
through tho Academy buildings tho visitors wero
given a luncheon at tho lesidence of Cant. Phv
Asst. Surg. L. W. Atleo has been orderod to
examination for promotion.
Pay In6i). J. E. Talfree has been ordered to
tho receiving-ship .Minnesota Sth Inst.
Comdr. C. J. Barclay has been detached as
Insp. 8th Light-house Dist. Jan. 1 next, and or
dered to settle accounts and wait orders.
Paymr. J. R. Stanton has been detached from
tho Minnesota, and ordered to duty at tho Navv
Yard, Mare Island, 22d Inst.
i Paymr. II. G. Colby lias been detached from
I Mare Island, report on his relief, settle ac
i counts, and wait orders.
t The percentage of drill attendance of tho 3d
ami. uuriug mo mouui oi ixow was as lollows:
Co. A, .73; Co. B, .55; Co. C, .51, Co. D, .30.
G. A. It. NOTES.
John F. Reynolds PostNo. 0, G. A. R., elected
tho following officers Friday ovculng for the
ensuing year: Commander, A. II. VanDeusen;
S. V. Commander, II. M. Bennett; J. V. Com-
I luuuuur, y. ji. .uiomas; surgeon, jJr. v. v.
uiaiiL;ci,vmaJiuiu, uv, milium 11. UOIWOJU:
Quartermaster, L. B. Parker; O. 1)., F. L. Mc
Kcnna; O. G., R. R. Brouuer; Delegates, J. B.
Randolph, Joseph Daniels. William H. Got
wald, If. A. Myers, and A. G. Urust; Alternates.
P. M. O'Bryon, O. L. Griffin, Alden Bradford
J. II. Carr, and T. E. Johnson.
Charles 1. Galvort,
Topographical Engineer and Surveyor. Espe.
clal uttontion iveu to subdividing country
property. HSJOFBtreotuorthwest. uul8-lye
UNION VETERANS' UNION.
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