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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY; MARCH 1. 1S91.
a. m 1 I INMM' HV1 UH I ! f it , St I Iv 1 HIE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTES. The President yesterday issued a general or der to tho Army fixing a maximum limit for the punishmont of enlisted menintimo of pence for all crimes and offenses within tho jurisdic tion of courts-mnrtial. Tho regulations con template a uniform degree of punishment throuuhout the service and tho inhibition of cxccsslvo sentences by courts-martial. Tho severest penalty prescribed is ton years' im prisonment, nnd this can bo imposed only in cases of manslaughter and assault with intent to kill. Tho greatest punishment for desertion is imprisonment for five years, which, however, may bo imposed only for desertion in tho pres ence of an Indian outbreak or other trouble, or when tho act is joined in by two or more soldiers in tho execution of a con spiracy. Tho maximum punishment for ordi nary cases of desertion is two and a half years' imprisonment, with ouo year added for each previous conviction of tho sauio offense. De serters who surrender cannot be imprisoned for a longei period than ten months. Tho order was issued at the lnetnnco of Secretary Proctor, and is intended as an net of justice to tho soldiers who have repeatedly complained of un duo discrimination in tho matter of punishment under tho present system. Secretary Proctor ha sent to the llouso a let ter in answer to a resolution of that bodv re questing of him a list of retired Army officers now in tho civil servico of tho Government, etc. lie says that as far as is known those retired of ficers holding civil servico appointments under tho Executlvo Departments arc: Gen. Rosc crans, Register of the Treasury; Col. John P. Lewis, postmaster at Atlanta, Ga.; Maj. Wil liam F. Smith, civil engineer; Capt. W. P. Hux ford, clerk Committee on Military Affairs of tho Senate; Capt. Herman Schrelner, Census Bu reau; Capt. G. Mallery, Bureau of Ethnology; Capt. Charles E. Morse, disbursing clerk, De partment of Labor; Capt. T. W. Lord, chief of a division, Patent Office; Capt. W. P. Atwell, consular agent in Prance; Capt. 11. C. Parker, treasurer Soldiers' Home; Lieut. Prank P. Gross, Bureau of the Mint; Lieut. P. E. Brownell, clerk Pension Office. A board of officers is appointed to meet at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., for the examination for promotion of such officers as may be ordered before It. The detail for the board: Lieut. Col. Biddle, Fifth Cavalry; Lieut. Col. J. P. "Wright, surgeon; Lieut. Col. George B. Sanford, Ninth Cavalry; Maj. John Brooke, surgeon; Maj. Jacob Kline, Twenty-fourth Infantry; First Lieut. Edgar S. Dudley, Second Artillery, re corder. Capt. Carl A. Woodruff, Second Ar tillery, is detailed as a member of tho board for service therewith during the examination of ar tillery officers only, vice Lieut. Col. Sanford, will for all other purposes. Tho following named officers will report to the examining board for examination: Capt. Charles S. Ilsley, Sev enth Cavalry; Capt. MylesMoylan, Seventh Cav alry; FlrstLtcuts.Thos.F. Davis, Fifteenth Infan try; Mitchell F. Jamar, Thirteenth Infautry; Geo. B. Walker, Sixth Infantry; Arthur L. Wagner, Sixth Infantry; Second Licuts. George W. Bend, Fifty Cavalry; John Conkliu, Jr., Second Artillery; Wendell L. Simpson, Twenty-fourth Iufantry; James A. Cole, Sixth Cavalry; DeRos C. Cabell, Sixth Cavalry; Fcrrand Sayre, Eighth Cavalry; George O. Cress, Eighth Cav alry; Waldo E. E. Ayer, Twelfth Infantry; Harry L. Hawthorne, Second Artillery; Willard A. Holbrooke, First Cavalry. Second Lieut. John C. Walshe,"" Tenth-Cavalry, is by direction of the President retired from active service as a first lieutenant of cav alry. By direction of the President Second Lieut. Thomas J. Watkins, Eleventh Infantry, having been absent from duty over three months with out leave, Is dropped 'from tho rolls of the Army for desertlou. Maj. Henry M. Croukhlte, surgeon, will re port to the commanding officer Fort Adams, R, I., for temporary duty at that post. Capt. F. W. Elbroy, assistant surgeon, Is by direction of the President retired from active service with rank of major. Second Lieut. Henry Jervoy, Corps of Engi neer, will report to Col. Henry L. Abbott, Corps of Engineers, president of tho engineer examining board in New York City, for exami nation for promotion. A general court-martial is appointed to meet at David's Island, New York Harbor, on Tues day, March 3, for tho trial of such prisoners ns may bo brought before it. Tho detail for tho court is as follows: Capt. J. Milton Thompson, Twenty-fourth Infantry; Capt. John McE. Hyde, assistant quartermaster; First Lieut. William Paulding, Tenth Iuffintry; First Lieut. T. T. Patterson, Fourteenth Infautry; First Lieut. Charles J. T. Clarke, Tenth Infantry; Fiist Lieut. Charles L. Steele, Eighteenth In fantry; First Lieut. Harry A. Leouhaeueer, Twcuty-llfth Infantry; Second Lieut. James T. Anderson, Sixteenth Infantry; .First Lieut. William C. McFarland, Sixteenth Infantry. First Llout. George K. Sncucer, Nineteenth Infantry, is, by direction of tho President, re tired from active servico as a captain of In fantry. The following-named officers, having been fouud by Army retiring boards incapacitated for active service on account of disability In cident to the service, are, by direction of tho President, retired from actlvo service: Maj. William S. Tremaluo. Maj. Leonard Y. Loring, surgeon. By direction of tho President the order of Jan uary 23 detailing Second Lieut. Samuel Seay, Twenty-flr6t Iufantry, as professor of military scleuco and tactics at tho Florida Agricultural College, Lake City, Fla.,is revoked and Second Lieut. C. Ballou, Sixteenth Infantry, is detailed to that duty. Capt. Charles S. Smith, Ordnance Department, will proceed from this city to tho Watorvliet Arsenal, West Troy, N. Y., on public business. Capt. O. W. Owen, Jr., assistant surgeon, has beou ordered to duty nt Jefferson Barracks, Mo. Capt. William Conway has been transferred from Company D to Company I, Twenty-second Infantrv, and Capt. B. C. Lockwood from Com pauy I to Compauy D. First Lieut. E. S. Farrow, Twenty-first Infan try, has been ordered to examination for retire ment. Capt. E. 'A. Steover, Third Cavalry, has been transferred from Troop G to Troop K, and Capt. F. II. Hardie from Troop K to Troop G. Capt. Steover ordered to report for duty in Washing ton. Tho following officers are placed on tho retired list: Capt. J. Victor Do llanne, assistant sur geon, and Capt. William It. Stelumetz, assistant surgeon. The act granting right of way to Junction City and Fort Riley Street Railway Compauy Into the Fort Riley Military Reservation in Kansas has been approved by tho President. The following assignments to regiments of officers (recently promoted) aro ordered; Cav alry Capt. Francis II. Hardie, to tho Third Cavalry, Troop K: Capt. George K. nunter, to the Third Cavalry, Troop- C; First Lieut. Wil liam S. Scott, to tho Seventh Cavalry, Troop K: First Lieut. Daniel L. Tate, to the Third Cav alry.Troop G, aud First Lieut. George W. Good, to tho Third Cavalry, Troop H. Artillery Capt. Samuel R. Joues, to tho Fourth Artillery, Battery A. Infantry Col. Richnrd F. O'Belrne, to the Twenty-first Infantry; Lieut, Col. Sam el urensuine, to tuo laneentn miantry; Ma. uenton, to tne x wenty-inira iniantry; m Capt. Calvin D. Cowles, to the Twenty-tblrd Infantry, Company B; Fiist Lieut. John Cot Ut, to tho Second Infantry, Company G; First Lieut. Benjamin Alvord, to tho Twenty-second Infantry, Company II; First Lieut. 'William li. Sago, to tho Twenty-third Infantry, Com pauy E; First Lieut. Gcorgo II. Patten, to tho Sixth Infantry, Company I, and First Lieut. Magnus O. IIollls, to"tho Twenty-third In fantry, Company K. Copt. Henry P. Porrlene, Sixth Cavalry, has been ordered to report in person to Col. Elwcll S. Otis, Twentieth Infautry, president of the Army retiring board at New York City, for examination. First Lieut. Hugh J. McGrath, Fourth Cav alry, has been detailed as recorder of tho board of officers appoiutcd to meet at Fort Walla Walla, Wash., inplaco of First Lieut. Abiel L. Smith, Fourth Cavalry, reliovcd. First Lieut. Beverly W. Dunn has been re lieved from duty at Thurlow, Pa., aud assigned to duty at tho Rock Island Arsenal, Uock Isl and, 111. Tho leavo of absence granted Capt. Alonzo It. Chapln, assistant surgeon, has been extended ono month. Second Lieut. Robert II. Watkins, First Cav alry, has been ordered from this city to Fort Leavcu worth, Kan., for duty with his troops. Leave until further orders, on account of sickness, is granted First Lieut. Dlllard II. Clark, Fifteenth Infantry. Secretary Proctor has selected tho following ofilcors for duty In connection with tho survey nnd location of tho proposed intercontinental railway: Capt. Edgar L. Steover, Third Cav alry; First Licuts. S. M. Footc, Fourth Arttl lei y, and Arthur Williams, Third Infantry; Second Lleuts. A. S. Rowan, Ninth Infantrv; A. T. Buffingtou, Seventh Infantry; C. A. lledcldns, Third Cavalry, and Samuel Reber, Fourth Cav alry. Three other officers aro yet to be se lected. Cadet appointments to West Point have been issued during tho week to the following: Francis M. Chapin, Catlln, (Fifteenth District,) 111.; Cornelius E. Cain, Cain's Store, (Eleventh District,) lvv.: Anton Springer, Jr., Rome, (Twenty-third District,) N. Y.; Fred L. Reynolds, (alternate,) Vernon Centre, (Twenty-third Dis trict,) N. Y.; Philip C. Living, (nlternato,) Batavia, (Seventh District,) Ohio. The Ninth Cavalry is to receive formal recog nition from tho War Department, and there will be rejoicing among tho colored troopers. The name of a troop belonging to Henry's bat talion, which distinguished itself in tho recent Sioux campaign, is to be submitted to the War Department for detail at Fort Myer, in recogni tion of gallant services rendered in the field. This is a handsome compliment to tho colored troops. It is generally understood among Army officers that Col. Guy V. Henry will bo detailed to command Fort Myer when the ar rival of one of his troops causes the transfer of Col. Carpenter and some of his men. An order issued on Wednesday'places tho following-named officers on the retired list of the Army: Capt. Philip II. Remimrton, Nine teenth Infantry; Cnpt. Thomas H. Logan, Fifth Infantry; Capt. W. II. Miller, Eichtcenth In fantry; "Capt. James M. Ropes, Eighth Cavalry; First Lieut. Robert H. Young, Fourth Infantry; First Lieut. Frank S. Rice, First Artillery; First Lieut. Francis Woodbridge, Seventh In fantry; First Lieut. George R. Burnett, Niuth Cavalry; First Lieut. Solon F. Massey. Fifth Artillery; First Lieut. George N. Chase, Fourth Infantry; Second Lieut. Julius II. Weber, Eighth Infantry, aud Second Lieut. Charles D. Towsley, Second Infantry. The President has signed tho act granting a pension to Gen. N. P. Banks. Cyrus Buckland, who contributed a most Im portant part to inventions which have perfected gun-making at tho National Armory at Spring field, Mass., died Thursday. His Inventions are used all over the world. Tho following officers have been ordered to report to the examining board at the Presidio of San Francisco for examination for promotion: Second Lieut. John A. Perry, Tenth Infantry; Second Lieut. James B. Hughes, Tenth Cav alry; Second Lieut. Powhatan H. Clarke, Tenth Cavalry; Second Lieut. John P. Fiuloy, Nine teenth Infautry. An army retiring board having found Capt. Matthew Markland, First Infautry, incapaci tated for further service, the leave of absence granted him has been extended until further orders. NAVY AND MARINE CORPS. Lieut. Alfred Reynolds has been ordered to ordnance duty at tho Navy Yard, Washington, on tho 1st of March. Lieut. John F. Parker has been detached from special temporary duty, uud ordered to duty in tho Bureau of Navigation. Tho Baltimore arrived at St. Viuccnt Thurs day en route to Chili. The Pensacola arrived at Talcahuauo, Chili, on the 20th. She sailed from Montevideo about twenty days ago. The Baltimore will probably reach Chilian waters In a couple of weeks from tho European Station. Ithasbeon decided to send tho new cruiser San Francisco to Chill as soon as she cau be made ready, and there will thus bo a fleet of three vessels at tho sceno of troubles by tho 1st of April. It is expected that tho Charleston will reach San Francisco from Honolulu in a week, aud she will bo fitted out with her six-inch guns, which are now at tho Mare Island Navy Yard. Tho now Simpson dry-dock, just completed at tho Navy Yard at Loaguo Island, Philadelphia, will bo formally opened Monday. Tho single turreted monitors Nahant and Jason will bo docked. Chief Engineer Goorgo II. White, of the Navy, (retired,) died in Philadelphia Tuesday night in the flf ty-Jghth year of his ago. Ho was a native of Pennsylvania and had spent thirty years in active naval service. Ho was appointed third assistant engineer in tho Navy in 1858 and dur ing tho War of tho Rebellion was attached suc cessively to tho Gulf and North Atlantic Squa dron. Ho subsequently served in tho South Atlantic and Pacific stations, and rising through tho different grades was appointed a chief engineer November 23, 1878. Chief Englnoer White was well known in this city. Commander James II. Sands has been or dered to command tho Monongahela March 0. Commander E. T, Woodward has been de tached from duty at tho Navy Yard, Washing ton, aud placed on waiting orders. Passed Assistant Engineer W. It. King has been ordered to appear before tho retiring board. Tho naval board appointed to select a site for tho proposed Southern dry-dock has returned to Washington and will submit its report in a short time. It is understood that tho site se lected is in tho neighborhood of Now Orleans on tho Mississippi River, but not at Algiers, the point opposite Now Orleaus selected by the former board. Tho Peusacola arrived at Valparaiso, Chili, Thursday. Tho Balllmoro will leave St. Viucont to-day for Montevideo. The Boston sailed from Key West yesterday for Pensacola, where she will join the Squadron of Evolution, Capt. Rush It. Wallace has been detached from duty as a member of the examining and retiring boards on April 1 next, and granted six months' leave, with permission to leave tho United States. Tho Naval Hcffhtcr for 1S01 Is published. Tho Yantlc has arrived at Tompkinsvillc, N. Y DISTRICT MILITIA. Tho following has been issued from tho hcad quaitersof the Third Battalion: "Pursuant to the recommendations contained in tho report of the board of inquiry convened by Orders No. 0, current series, from theso headquarters, and which report has been approved by tho malor commanding, tho attention of all members of the battalion is called to tho imperative neces sity of avoiding acts or language calculated to impair tho harmony and good feeling existing between tho soveral companies, and, falling in which, tho battalion cannot becomo tho thor oughly efficient military organization it should be. Individual grievances belwecn members have no place auU must not bo referred to in tho armory, on duty, or whllo in uniform. Any actual or supposed affront offered by members of one company to members of another in mat ters pertaining to their connection with the National Guard should bo at once reported to tho proper company commanders, who may bo safely trusted to uphold tho rights and houorof their commands." A rifle match between teams of eight men from the battalions of the Second Regiment, National Guard, will take place in the gallery Wednesday night, March 4, at 8 o'clock. Tho prize is a trophy presented by Col. Cecil Clay, colonel of the regiment. -- AN EXCELLENT APPOINTMENT. Harry I.. Kyran tho Secretary of the Bureau of American Republics. Mr. Harry L. Bryan, of this city, has been ap pointed Secretary of the Bureau of American Republic which waB organized upon tho rec ommendation of tho Pan-American Conference, and which is supported by the contributions of the various countries there represented. This was a peculiarly appropriate selection, because in addition to tho fact of Mr. Bryan's personal popularity ho is ono of the bc6t equipped young men in this country, with broad general knowledgo attained by many years spent in im portant parts of tho public service, especially in the Senate Committees on Finance, on Com merce, and on the Judiciary. In addition to the general knowledge of national affairs thus at tained, Mr. Byran was tho private secretary ot Mr. Bayard while the latter was Secretary of State, aud in his four years' servico in the De partment of State ho became thoroughly familiar with international affairs. lie also edited tho United States laws. Tho Bureau of American Republics is pleasantly situated in offices in the old Peter Parker house, No. 2 Lafayette Place. Virginia's Population by Races. The Census Bureau yesterday announced tho population of the State of Virginia by races, as follows: Whites, 1,014,GS0; colored, 040,857; Indians, 370; Chinese, 50; Japanese, 13; total for State, 1,055,970. The Rock Creole Railway. Senate bill to amend the charter of tho Rock Creek Railway Company of the District of Columbia was passed by the Senate yesterday. Pension for Admiral Porter's Widow. The Senate yesterday passed a bill granting to tho widow of the late Admiral Porter a pen sion at the rate of $2,500 u year. -Drink Tannhausor beer. H. Benzlcr. Copy. npREASURY DEPARTMENT. X OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. Washington, D. C. Feb. 19, 1891. Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to tho undersigned, it has been made to appear that "Tho Ohio National Bank of Washington," in tho city of Washington and DIstrictof Colum bia, has complied with all tho provisions of tho Statutes of tho United States required to bo complied with before un association Bhall bo authorized to commence tho business of bank ing: Now, therefore, I, Edwnrd S. Lacoy, Comp troller of tho Currency, do hereby certify that "Tho Ohio National Bank of Washington," in the city of Washington and District of Colum bia, is authorized to commence tho business of banking as provided in section fifty-ono hun dred and sixty-nine of tho Revised Statutes of tho United States. In testimony whereof wit ness my hand and seal of office this nineteenth day of February, 1891. seal E. S. LACEY, Comptroller of tho Currency. No. 1,522. Undor tho authority irrantod by tho Comp troller of the Currency, The Ohio National Bank Of Washington Will open for business in its banking-house, OOR. OF 12th and G STS., In tho City of Washington, D. C FEBRUARY 24, 1891. BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE OHIO NATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON: Hon. J. D. TAYLOR, Hon. WILLIAM LAWRENCE, A. 1. LACEY. L. M. SAUNDERS. S. W. WOODWARD, WILLIAM MAYSE, W. W. FLEMM1NG, T. W. TALMADGE, JOHN O. JOHNSON, ' ' non. O. A. BAKER, F. J. DIEUDONNE, J. B. WIMER, D. F. SCOTT, J. K. BROWN. J. P. BATOHELDER. T. A. HARDING. OFFICERS: Hon. JOSEPH D. TAl'LOR. President. JOHN O. JOHNSON, Vioo President. CHARLES H. DAVIDGE. Cashier. HENRY L. DALLENTINE, Tellor. CHARLES A. BAKER, Bookkeeper. mhl-tf5 SVmwjSjfcmjenfc VTKW NATIONAL THEATRE, ONE WEEK 8ATO MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Engagement of tho AMERICAN EXTRAVAGANZA CO., In tho OPERATIC SPECTACULAR EXTRAVA- GANZA, CRYSTAL UPPER; "PRINCE PliETTIWrra AND LITTLE CINDERELLA, Under tho Management of Mr. David Henderson. Tho Most Urllllant Spectacle, Tho Most Humorous Extravaganza and the Largest and Cleverest Acting Company in America. Plnvfid nlrnnilv nnnrlv P 800 times and seen by over I 1 500,000 people. " . GRAND BALLETS. A ...HERE DANCERS. 4UU DIFFERENT COS- 4TUMES. 50 IN THE BALLET. GO IN THE CHORUS. A thousand novel fea tures to please the people. SEATS ON SALE Thursday, March 5. mrl-C -j-kw n; VTIONAI. THEATRE. TO-MORROW NIGHT. Engagement of ROSE Under tho Management of AUGUSTUS PITOU. A "WEEK OV LEGITIMATE COMEDY: Mondov and Tuesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee, PEG- WOITIETi&TON. Wednesday Night. Fiftieth Anniversary of tho Production ot LOHBON ASSURANCE. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday Nights and Saturday MatinC-e, A new Comedy in three acts, by Charles Cogh- lan.Esq., entitled 3U THE CRYSTAL SUFFER 1" INCOI.N MUSIC HAIL. (ACADEMY OF MUSIC.) WEEK BEGINNING MARCH 2-WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEES. The Freshest and Funniest of Musical Comedies, AND OR, From Mount Olympus to Washington. THE FARMERS' ALLTANOE, THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, THE DIPLOMATIC CORPS. TH E NEW HOUSE RULES. Something up to date. Pull of music Full of mirth, nnd original. A UNIQUE POLITICAL SATIRE. Tho humorous sido of national questions that must bo appreciated nt tho National Capital. PRICES OF ADMISSION AS USUAL. Tickets for salo and seats secured at Motzerott & Co.'s. 1110 F street. Also at tho Box Office or the Theatre. mhl-R7 ' p(ONCEKT IN All) OP THK WOMAN'S HOSPITAL AMD DISPENSARY, To bo given in tho ball-room of tho British Le gation, by tho kind permission of Sir Julian nnd Lady Pauncefote, undor tho auspices of tho LADIES' COMMITTEE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, AT 4 O'CLOCK P.M. Programme will be published later. Only a limited number of tickets will be sold. Tickets can bo obtained from any member of the committee, or from Dr. Harris, 1515 n street, tho muslo stores, und tho principal drug stores. mhl-ltO rrinE board ok i,aijy visitors OF THE Washington Hospital for Foundlings WILL GIVE A PACKAGE SALE TEA PARTY WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, MARCH 4 AND 0, FROM 4 TO 7 P. M ATTHE HOSPITAL, 1715 FIFTEENTH STREET AUCTION SALE EACH EVENING. Admission, including Tea.. ....60 cents j Hmxtijsmjm5't A Till AUfln'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE. RETURN OF THE FAVORITES. WEEK OF MARCH 2. WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEEtf, feTHONE AND BETTER THAN EVER. IN THE FOLLOWING ESPECIALLY BRILLIANT RE PERTORY: MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY NIGHTS. CLAUDE DUYAL- Mr. CARLETON as CLAUDE DUVAL. Miss JEANNIE WINSTON as CONSTANCE. MESSRS. J. K. MURRAY, C. A. Blgelow, W. H. Fitzgorald, tho Misse3 Vincent, Langdon, Wisdom, and othors. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS AND , WEDNESDAY" MATINEE, CLAUDE DUY. Miss WINSTON as CLAUDE DUVAL. MISS ALICE VINCENT as CONSTANCE. Messrs. Murray, Bigelow, Fitzgerald, Misses Langdon, Wisdom, etc. THURSDAY NIGHT, MR. CARLETON AS THE MIKADO. MISS WINSTON ASNANKI POO. SATURDAY MATINEE, SATURDAY NIGHT, THE Queen's Lace Handkerchief. Tho entire strength of tho company in the cast. "Undeniably magnificent," "Tho llnest ovor worn in comic opera," "Surpassing in costliness and elegance any other overseen hero," etc., are somo of tho expressions of tho critics concerning tnocostumings. NcxtWeck-MR. BARNES OF NEW YORK XT ARRIS' RIJOU THEATRE. Mrs. P. Harris, R. L. Brltton, and T. F. Dean, Proprietors and Managers. WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, MARCH 2. USUAL MATINEES. Engagement of tho Talented and Beautiful Soubrette, IN HER NEW PLAY, ii Supported by hi Company 'of Metropolitan Favorites. Beautiful Costumes, Startling Situ ntioug, Lovely Singing, and Catchy Music Next Weok-DANIEL BOONE. mhl-lt7 ACADEMY OV MUSIC, TT ., ., Corner of Ninth and D Streets. Under tho Management of W. II. Raploy. wwrair rw twaih-iit n L SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF Aud nor Own Company of Comedians in tho Three-act Farce Comedy, Sale of Boats THURSDAY, March 5, at tho Acadomy of Muslo Box-ofllco. KflTPftfARJ'C NEW WASHINGTON RE I1P9 A HI 0 THEATRE, 11th St. Week Commencing Monday, March 2. Ladles' Matin6es,Tues.,Thurs., and Sat. THE FAMOUS NOVELTY AND BURLESQUE CO. Tho Now Spectacular Extravaguuza, A SENSATION IN PARADISE: OR, CURIOSITY SATISFIED. Introducing tho Model Scone from tho "CI.EMENOEAU CASE." Sensational Dances, Now Songs and Music, Beau tiful Scenery nnd Handsome Costumes. 30 Bright, Bewitching1 Bounties 50 Noxt Wook Irwin Bros. Big Specialty Show. 171NTRIKS FOR THE XOGJ HOW OF THE Washington City Kennel Club POSITIVELY CLOSE WEDNESDAY, MARCH i. 1891. Send tho entries of your dogs to tho undor- signed at once i: a. wisusTJSic, Beefy. inm.uT 711 Fourteenth St. N. W. TTiOR SALE JD A GOOD INVESTMENT. 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