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THE SUNDAY HERALD, AXJGXJST 23, 1891.
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THE AllMY AND THE NAVY.
AHMY NOTES.
Army regulations haVo been amended so n3
to provldcthat tbo commanding general ot
each department within which arc "the head
quarters of one or moro regiments or ar tlllcry,
ivill designate, -with the approval o the Gen
eral commanding tho Army, a competent of
ficer of artillery to ho attached to the depart
ment staff, who shall he designated the de
partment inspector of artillery. Ho shall in
spect under the direction of the department
commander, at such time and in such manner
as the latter mav require, the artillery troops
of the department with reference to tho
methods and progress of all artillery instruc
tion and practice, and tho condition of artil
lery material, reports thereon to ho rendered
to the department commander. During tho
continuance of the target-practice season at
each post he will make such inspections as tho
department commander may direct, for tho
purpose of insuring thorough, uniform, aud
systematic instruction.
Tho following transfers of llou tenants of tho
First Artillery for tho course of Instruction
indicated in paragraph 37S of the reflations
are announced: First Lieutenant "William P.
Van Ness, fiom Light Battery Iv. to Battery A;
First Lieutenant Josephs. Oyster, from Bat
tery A to Licht Battery K; First Lieutenant
Frederick Marsh, from Light Battery K to
Batterv I; First Lieutcnaut David Price, fiom
Battery I to Licht Battery K; Second Lieu
tenant Eugene T. "Wilson, from Light Battery
E to Batterv G; Second Lieutenant Delamerc
Skerrett, frbm Battery G to Light Battery E.
The following changes of station and as
signment to duty of ordnance Eergeauts have
"been made: Ordnance Sergeant Edmund
Schreiber, now at Fort Supply, 1. T., will pro
ceed to Fort Gaines, Ala., and assume charge
of that post. Ordnance Sergeant Frank J.
McCarthy, now at Fort Huachuca, A. T., will
proceed to Fort Supply, I. T., reporting upon
3u!s arrival to the commanding ofiicer for duty,
Captain George S. "Wilson will report in per
son to the commanding ofiicer, United States
Infantry and Cavalry School, Fort Leaven
worth, Kan., by September 1, 1891, or as soon
thereafter as practicable. lie has been re
lieved from duty on recruitlnc service to take
effectatsuch time as will enable him to com
ply with this order.
Captain "William B. Banister, assistant sur
geon, has been detailed as an auxiliary mem
ber of the Central Board of Civil Service Ex
aminers for duty in connection with the ex
amination of candidates for appointment as
physicians in the Indian service, such duty to
be in addition to his present military duties.
The following have been appointed cadets
at West Point during the past week: Arthur
B. Hair, Blackville (Second district), S. C;
Edward P. Orton, Fulton (Third district),
Ark.; Henry Moore, jr.. alternate, Texarkaua
(Third district), Ark.; William A. Messenor,
Newbury (Second district), Vt.
The following are the members of the board
of Army engineers who arc to take under con
sideration and report upon a site for the west
ern terminus of the Illinois and Mississippi
River (Hennepin) Canal: General O. M. Poe,
chairman; Major Alexander MacKenzie, and
Captain "W. L. Marshall.
Captan James "W. Pope, assistant quarter
master, commandant of the military prison,
Fort Leavenworth, Kan., has been ordered to
repair to this city on ofllcial business con
nected with the Quartermaster's Department,
and on completion thereof return to his proper
station.
First Lieutenant James A. Irons, Twentieth
Infantry, has been relieved from further duty
at the United States Infantry and Cavalry
School, Fort Leavenworth, Kan., to take
effect on the expiration of his present leave
of absence, and will then join his company.
Second Lieutenant Lewis M. Koehlcr, Sixth
Cavalry, now on leave of absence, will report
in'person, on or before tho expiration o his
leave, to Brigadier General August V. Kautz,
commanding tho Department of the Columbia,
for duty as aide-de-camp on his staff.
First Lieutenant Harry L. Bailey, Twcnty
flrst Infantry, now on leave of absence, will
report In person, as soon as practicable, to
the superintendent of the United States Mili
tary Academy, West Point, N. Y., for duty at
the Academy.
Leave of absence for one month and seven
days, to take effect on being relieved from
duty at Maine State College, September 1.
1891, has been granted First Lieutenant
Everard E. Hatch, Eighteenth Infantry.
Tho University of the South, Sewance,
Tenn., having decided to discontinue military
instruction. First Lieuteuant William P.
Stone, Fourth Artillery, has been relieved
from further duty at that institution.
The extension of leave of absence on sur
geon's certificate of disability granted Cap
tain Charles M. Rockefeller, Ninth Infantry,
lias been further extended three mouths on
surgeon's certificate of disability.
The following transfers in tho Nineteenth
Infantry have been made: First Lieutenant
William P. Evans, from Company C to Com
pany K; First Lieutenant Edwin A. Root,
irom Company E to Company C,
Captain George S. WJleon, Twelfth Infantry,
vrlllrcpoit iu person at Fort LeaYenwoith,
Kans., on or before August 31, 1891, for tem
poiary duty on that date, after which he will
return to his present station.
The following transfers in the Fifth Infan
try have been ordered: First Lieutenant Oscar
F. Long from Company 1) to Company A;
Fiist Lieutenant Walter II. Chatfleld from
Company A to Company D.
First Lieutenant George Palinor, Ninth In
fanjiy, has been ordered to Columbus Bar
rackfe, Ohio, for duty, and First Lieutenant
Robert D. Walsh, Foutth Cavalry, to Jcfler
sou Barracks, Mo,
Sergeant Henry Zulauf, Second Artillery
bow In this city, haying performed the duties
assigned him in orderb of August 18, 1891,
Sort Kchuylor, Now York haibor, will return
Xo tli at statiou,
By direction of the Provident, l'Jist Lieu
tenant Charles H. Cabanlss, jr., of tho Army
(retired;, has beeu detailed fqr service as pro
fessor at the Porter Academy, Charles
ton, S. C.
Tho proceedings of tho court-martial that
tried Colonel Charles E. Compton, of tho
Fourth Cavalry, at Walla Walla, "Wash., for
segligence for allowing his soldiers to leave
ilieir liarrack3 and Jynch a man named Hunt,
have been received by the Judgo Advocato
General of tho Army, who has sent them to
tho Secretary of War. After being considered
by tho Secretary tho record will be 6ont to the
President for his actlou.
The leave of absence on surgeon's certificate
of disability grauted Captain Gcorgo W.
Ciabb, Fifth Artillery, July 25, 1S91, Dopait
meut of California, bas been extended ono
month.
Sergeant William W. Vogel, appointed
August IS, 1891, from sergeant-major Fif
teenth Infantry, now at Fort Sherldau, 111.,
will proceed to Jefferson Barracks, Mo., for
duty.
Tho lcivo ot absence granted First Lieu
tenant Henry Kirby, Tenth Infantry, In spe
cial orders No. 87, July 28, 1S91, Department
of Arizona, has been extended ono month.
The President has commuted the sentenco
of dismissal from tho service' in the case of
Captain William Davis, jr., U. S. A., to sus
pension from rank on half pay for ono year.
First Lieutenant William C. Wren, re
cently promoted from second llcutenant,Teuth
Infantry, has been assigned to the Seventeenth
Infantry, Company K.
The extension of leave of abson co granted
Second Lieutenant Charle3 G. Lyman, Second
Cavalry, has been still furthor extended to
November 1. 1S91.
Leave of absence for seven days, to tako
effect September 1, 1S91, has been granted
First Lieutcnaut William F. Blauvclt, Fif
teenth Infantry.
Leave of absence for two months, to tako
effect on or about September S, 1S91, has been
grauted Colonel Charles G. Bartlett, Ninth
Infantry.
First Lieutenant William C. Wren is as
signed to the Seventeenth Infantry, Company
K, to date from August S, 1S91, vice Ogle, de
ceased. Leave of absence for two months, to tako
effect September S, 1891, has been granted
Colonel Charles G. Bartlett, Ninth Infantry.
The leave of absence granted First Lieu
tenant Percy E. Trlppe, Tenth Cavalry, July
25, 1S91, has been extended two months.
The leave of abseuco granted Lieutenant
Colonel David S. Gordon, Second Cavalry,
has been extended six day6.
NAVY AND MARINE CORPS.
The report of the board that examined can
didates for the positions of master shipwright,
quartermau shipfitt er, and foreman laborer at
the League Island navy yard has been ap
proved by Acting Secretary Soley, and the
men recommended have been appointed as
follows: Master shipwright, James Spear;
quarterman shlpfitter, John M. Davles, and
foreman laborer, Jacob S. Hill.
Second Lieutenant John H. Little, of tho
Revenue Marine Service, died at New York
on Sunday. He was born at Whitefield, Me.,
February 20, 1844, and entered the service
March S, 1873. At the time of his death he
was attached to the revenue cutter Grant, sta
tioned at New York.
Medical Inspector A. A. Hoehling has been
appointed senior member, and Surgeon J. B.
Parker and Passed Assistant Surgeon Oliver
D. Norton, as members of a boaid to examine
the physical condition of candidates for ad
mission to the Naval Academy on the 3rd of
next September.
Orders have been issued from tho Navy De
partment for the fitting out of the United States
steamship Yantic, now at New York, for a
cruise to Brazil. It is expected that she will
be on her way to that country within a month.
Pay Director James Fulton, U. S. N., will
take charge of the navy pay office, Naval
Academy, on the 20th Instant, relieving Pay
Director James D. Murray, who will bo
placed on the retired list a month later.
Tho United States steamship Ranger, now
at Mare Island navy yarVl, Cal., has been
ordered out of commission. Her boilers are
out of repair and new ones will bo put in.
Lieutenant Commander 0. W. Farenholt
has been detached from the command of the
Pinta. On the reporting of his relief he will
leturn home and take two months' leave of
absence.
The Navy Department has awarded to J. N.
Hayes fc Co., ot Boston, Mass., the contract
for repairing wharf No. 3 at the navy yard,
isoston, Mass. xneir nm was j,7uu.
Ensigns W. B. Fletcher and J. E. Shlndal
have been detached from the Banger and or
dered to temporary duty on board the receiv
ing ship Independence.
Leave of absence for six months from
September 1 next, with permission to leave the
U uited States, has been granted Commander
H C. Taylor.
Assistant Engineer T. W. Kinkaid has been
detached from tho Pinta. On tho renortlnc
of his relief ho will return home and tako two
months' leave.
Commander George E. Wingite has been de
tached from the command of the Ranger, or
dei ed to proceed home, aud granted leave for
one month.
Lieutenant Waldemar D, Rose will bo de
tached from tho Yantic on tho lstpf Septem
ber and granted leave of absence for three
months.
Passed Assistant Paymaster H. E. Drury
has been detached from tho Ranger, ordered to
settle accounts, and then granted two months'
leave.
Passed Assistant Engineer George B, Ran
som has been detached from duty at the
Wisconsin University and ordered to the
Pinta.
Lloutenant James D, Adams has been de
tached from temporary duty in tho bureau of
equipment aud placed on waiting orders.
Ensign Harry Phelps will bedetaehedafrorn
tho Naval Academy, 25th instant, and ordered
, to tho Yantic on tho 1st of September.
Lieuteuant Fied Singer has been detached
from tho Banger and ordered to temporary
duty as executive of tho Pensacola,
Passed Assistant Surgeon W, R. Du Boso
has been ordered to duty at tho Naval Aoad
cmj on tho 1st September next.
Lieutenant-Commander Washburn May
naid has been ordered to command tho Pinta
on the 10 tli of September next.
Lieutenant Commander G. M. Bock has
been detached from tho navy yard, New York,
and placed on waiting orderb.
Surgeon G. E. 11. Haimon has been detached
from tho Naval Academy, 1st September next,
and placed on waiting orders.
The Navy Departmont has made tho second
payment, amounting to J01.S9Q, on the battle
ship Indiana, now being built by Cramp &
Sons, Philadelphia, Pa.; nlso 1 he eighth pay
ment, amounting to $140,605, on tho coast
defenso vessel Monterey, now being built by
tho Union Iron Works, San Francisco, Cal.
Lieutenant Commander C. C. Todd has boon
detached from tho Pensacola and granted two
months' leave ot absence.
Ensign G. W. Brown has been detached
from tho Pinta and granted tlnco months'
leave of absence.
Surgeon Howard Wells has been ordered to
temporary duty at tho naval station at Now
London, Conn.
Captain B. J. Cromwell has been ordered to
tho navy yard at League Island as captain of
tho navy yard.
Ensign Houston Eldrcdgo has been ordorcd
from tho Atlanta and granted sick leave for
thrco months.
Lieutenant William 11. Boehler has boon de
tached fiom tho Ranger and ordered to the
Pensacola.
Ensign W. W. Gilmer has been detached
from the Naval Observatory and ordorcd to
tho Pinta.
Tho U. S. S. Fern has arrived at the Nor
folk Navy Yaid.
"Faust Becy' is old.
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CO. OF WASHINGTON.
Chartered by special act of Congress January
22, 1807. Reorganized as a
TRUST COMPANY
Under act of Congress of October 1, 1S90.
This comnanv beers to announce that it has
received from the Comptroller of tho Curroncy
its certificate of organization under tho act of
Congress of October 1, 1890.
As heretofore, and for twenty-four years
past, this company will rcccivo securities,
silverware, and other valuables for safe keep
ing in its fire-proof building, and will rent
safes or boxes in its now flro and burglar
proof vaults, which have fine locks and all
other modern appliances.
Under and by virtue of tho act of Congress
of October 1, 1890, and tho certificate of tho
Comptroller of tho Currency that it has fully
compiled with tho law In all respects, this
company will, in addition to tho business
heretofore transacted by it, act as executor,
administrator, receiver, assignee, and as com
mittee or guardian of estates, and will receive
and execute trusts of every description com
mitted to it by any court or by individuals.
All trust funds and trust investments are
kept separate and apart from tho assets of tho
company. Besides which protection tho com
pany has a capital of $1,000,000.
Deposits will be received from 10 cents up
ward, and interest will bo allowed on such de
posits. Wills receipted for and kopt without charge.
BENJAMIN P. SNYDER, President.
CHARLES C. GLOVER, First Vice President.
JAMES M. JOHNSTON, Second Vice Pres't.
E. FRANCIS RIGGS. Treasurer.
ALBERT L. STURTEVANT, Secretary.
Directors: William E. Clark, Lewis Oleph
ane, Matthew G. Emery, Charles C. Glover,
Thomas Hyde, Charles A. James, James M.
Johnston, John G. Parke, R. Ross Perry,
George H. Plant, E. Francis Riggs, Zenas 0.
Robbins, John F. Rodgers, Benjamin P.
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of SEPTEMBER, 1891, for all the labor and
materials required for the general repairs to
the low temperature hot water heating appa
ratus, and furnishing and placing two feed
water heaters in tho United States Treasury
Department Building, and repairs to the heat
ing apparatus in the United States Treasury
Departmont photograph gallery, Washington,
D, C, in accordance with tho specification,
copies of which may ho had on application at
this office. Each bid must bo accompanied
by a certified check for a sum not less than 2
per cent, of tho amount of proposal. Tho
Department will reject all bids received after
tho timo herein stated for opening tho same;
also bids which do not comply strictly with
all tho requirements of this invitation. Pro
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aud marked "Proposals for General Repairs
to Heating Apparatus for United States
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graph Gallery," and addressed to W. J. ED
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027 LOUISIANA AVENUE.
THE VOIGT MANUFACTURING
JEWELRY CO.,
ED. VOIGT, Manager,
(Formerly Voigt & Ha6s,)
MANUFACTURING JEWELERS, EN
GRAVERS, WATCHMAKERS AND
DIAMOND SETTERS,
713 Seventh St. N.W., Washington, D. C
School Medals and Badges a specialty.
The Monumental
937 and 939 F ST. N. W.
SEMI-ANNUAL SALE.
IN THESE GREAT SEMI-ANNUAL
SALES OUK CUSTOMERS FIND THEIR
ADVANTAGE IN THE VALUES THAT WE
GIVE - BY CONVERSION OF
MERCHANDISE TO CASH AVE OBTAIN
OUR RECOMPENSE IN EASILY ARRIV
ING AT TRUE RESULT OF SEASON'S
BUSINESS. THOSE WHO ESTI
MATE THEIR WORTH BY PRICES AT
WHICH THEY WOULD LIKE TO SELL
DECEIVE THEMSELVES AND OFTTIMES
HAVE A MOST UNFORTUNATE RECKON
ING LATER ON. "THIS EASY TO
ESTIMATE VALUE OF 'CASH ON HAND'
THEREFORE WE SELL."
STOCK TAKING IS NEAR.
To inventory cash instoad of morchaudiso
Wo will sell
All our Trimmed and Untiimmcd Hats and
Bonnets at half and less than half cost, as
follows
Best Styles Trimmed.
$1.98 wcro $4.00.
$3.50 were $8.00.
$4.98 wore $12.00.
Rest Styles Untrimmcd.
15c. were 50c.
25c. wore 75c. to $1.00
48c. wero $1.50 to $3.00
CLOTH
BLAZERS, JACKETS, AND JET
WKAi'S
As follows:
Colored and Black Jackets. Jet Wraps.
$1.25woro$4to $0. $1.9Swcro $5 to $0.
$2.08 wcro $0 to $S. $3.98 were $10 to $20.
$4.08 wero $8 to $10.
Wo will sell
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
as follows:
Ladies' Night Drosses, 3 styles, at 39c.
Ladles' Drawers, tucked, at 25c.
Ladies' Chemises, tucked, at 27c.
Ladies' Skirts, milled, at 40ci
Ladles' Corset Covers, all sizes, at 12Jc.
Besides extra values In finer- all reduced.
LADIES' APRONS
That wero 25cM now 13c. That were 39c,
now 25c.
That were 50c., now 39c. That were S7c,
now G9c.
STOCK TAKING IS NEAR.
To Inventory cash Instead of merchandise.
CORSETS
' That were 75c, now 50c. That were $1,
now 75c.
That wero $1.25, now 1$. That wore $1.50,
now $1.25.
That were $1.93, now $1.50. That were $2.48,
now $1.98.
That were $3.25, now $2.75. That were $3.75,
now $3.
UMBRELLAS
That wero $1 75c. That were $1.25 98c.
That wero $1.48 $1.25. That were $1.0S
41 AQ !
That wero $198 $1.0S.
VThat wero $2.98 $2.00.
$3.10.
That wero $3.98 $3.5S.
That wero $2.48
That were $3.50
That were $4.02
54.
HANDKERCHIEFS
That were 8c. 5c. That wero 12ic 10c.
That wero 18c 12c. That wero 25c 19c
That were 37c 25c. That wero 50c 38c
That wero 02c 18c. That were 75c 59c
STOCK TAKING IS NEAR.
To inventory cash instead of merchandise.
Ladles' Cotton Hose, both plain and boot
pattern, 37c; now 25c
Ladies' Lisle Thread in all tho new fahades,
55 and 05c; now 37c
Ladies' Balbriggans, 25c; now 18c
Ladles' Fancy Cotton Hoso, Richelieu
ribbed, 25c; now 13c
Ladies' Plain Cotton Hose, Richelieu ribbed,
25c; now 13c
Children's Black Ribbed Hose, Hermsdorf
dye, 25c; now 13c
GLOVES
Our 8-button Suede Mousquetalre, $2.25;
now $1.09. I
Our '4-button Suede, $1.25; now 98c
Our 5-hook Glace French Kid Gloves, 97c
Our Ladies' Flno Taffeta GloveE, 37c; now
25c
Our Ladles' Fine Silk Mitts, 48c; now 25c
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it
937 and 939 F st. n. w.
WASHINGTON
Electric Construction Co.,
609 Twelfth Street N.W. .
Wo aro in our Now Store. Come and see us.
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TIES IN STOCK.
ANY AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRIC
LIGHT MATERIAL.
REPAIRING ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
A FEATURE.
BELL OUTFITS FOR AMATEURS A SPE
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Tho cheapest Dry Battery in town. Only 85c
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Wo aro ready to wire your business places
and private residences for Electric Lights and
Bells. Architects and builders will pleaso
note this.
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in stock. Over 1,000 motors in actual ubc.
Have you seen our now sign ? Tho finest in
tho city. Forty tiny incandescent lamps arc a
feature of it.
Resldonts of Connecticut avenue and neigh
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BETWEEN F AND G STS. ON TWELFTH.
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CHAS. 8. PARDOE,
Electrical Engr.
TELEPHONE, 572-2.
O. W. MESSNEK,,
Manager.
009 12th ST, N.W.
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY CROSS, 1812
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SPECIAL AND PERSONAL ATTENTION
PAID TO ALL DEPARTMENTS.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS AND BONDS.
ART GOODS AND LITERARY PROP
ERTY, FURNITURE AND GENERAL MERCHAN
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TRUSTEE. ASSIGNEE, GOVERNMENT
AND COURT SALES.
A SEPARATE BUILDING, 930 C STREET
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REAL ESTATE. CHATTELS, Ac,
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little.
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AucTi6NEnns op
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Stocks and Bonds,
Household Goods and
Merchandise,
3ES,esiclences and SStoies,
TRUSTEE AND COURT SALES A
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PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL
SALES.
Also respectfully call tho attention of house
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who are desirous of storing their household
goods, to our spacious airy storerooms,
Ninth and I sis. n.w.
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Mr. E. P. Mertz, the
Druggist, corner Elev
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Each box contains ono month's tieatment.
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FORD'S ST. CLOUD PHARMACY, 033 F
st. nw and 10th and E sts. nw. Washington,
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