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79, 175. SO

120,046.25

114,701.08
54,205.65
54,000.47

117,395.21
70,858.88



Total 99,803,928.30



The total cost for repairs on the above-
named vessels up to the time the report
was made was $9,343,235.08; total amount



expended in building and maintaining the
navy since 1883, $109,1-17,163.38.



THE ARMY.



225



o tfjc ilmtrti States.

(Corrected to Oct. 20, 1902.)
GENERAL, DIVISION AND DEPARTMENT COMMANDERS.



HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY.
Commander, Lieut. -Gen. Nelson A. Miles.
Military Secretary, Lieut. -Col. Samuel Re-

Aid-d'e-cainp, Lieut.-Col. H. H. Whitney.

Aid-de-eamp, Lieut.-Col. M. 1'. Maus.

Adjutant-general, Col. Thomas Ward.

Chief of Artillery, Col. W. F. Randolph.
DIVISIONS AND DEPARTMENTS.

DIVISION OP THE PHILIPPINES Consisting of
the department of Luzon. Visayas and
Mindanao; commander, Maj.-Gen. G. W.
Davis.

DEPARTMENT OF LUZON Includes all that
portion of the Philippine archipelago lying
north of a line passing southeast wardly
through the west pass of Apo, or Mindoro
strait, to the 12th parallel of north
latitude, thence east along; said parallel
to the 124th degree 10 minutes east of
Greenwich, but including the entire island
of Mnsbate, thence north 'to San Bernard-
ino straits; headquarters, Manila, P. I.;
commander, Brig. -Gen. James F. Wade.
I DEPARTMENT OP THE VISAYAS Includes all
islands south of the southern line of the
department of Luzon east of longitude
121 degrees 45 minutes east of Greenwich
and north of the 9th parallel of latitude,
including all of Paragua and adjacent
islands, excepting the island of Mindanao
and all islands east of the straits of Suri-
gao; headquarters. Iloilo, P. I.; command-
er, Brig. -Gen. Frank D. Baldwin.
DEPARTMENT OP MINDANAO Includes all
the remaining islands of the Philippine
archipelago; commander, Brig. -Gen. Sam-
uel S. Sumner.

DEPARTMENT OP CALIFORNIA States of Cali-
fornia and Nevada, the Hawaiian islands
and their dependencies; headquarters, San
Francisco, Cal.; commander, Maj.-Gen.
Robert P. Hughes,

OFFICERS OF

LIEUTENANT-GENERAL Nelson A. Miles.

MAJOR-GENERALS Henry C. Corbin, S. M.
B. Young, Adna R. Chaffte, Arthur Mac-
Arthur, Loyd Wheaton, R. P. Hughes,
John C. Bates, G. W. Davis.

BRIGADIER-GENERALS A. W. Greely, J. C.
Breckittridge, James F. Wade, M. I. Lud-
ington, F. C. Alnsworth, Alfred E. Bates.
John F. Weston, S. S. Sumner, Leonard
Wood, G. M. Randall, W. A. Kobhe, F.
D. Grant, J. F. Bell, F. Funston, G. L.
Gillt>spie, G. B. Davis, W. Crozier. W.
H. Forwood, F. D. Baldwin. T. J. Wint,
Jesse M. Lee, W. H. Carter. T. H. Bliss,
J. P. ganger, R. M. O'Reilly.

ADJUTANT-GENERAL With rank of major-
general: Henry C. Corbin.

ASSISTANT ADJUTANTS-GENERAL With rank
of colonel: John B. Babcock, William P.
Hall, Arthur L. Wagner, Thomas H.
Barry, Henry O. S. Heistand.

With rank of lieutenant-colonel : George
Andrews, John A. Johnston, William A.
Simpson, John B. Ken-, Henry P. Mc-
Cain, William Ennis, James T. Kerr.

With rank of major: Henry A. Greene,
John G. Ballance, James Parker. Samuel
W. Fountain. Edward J. McClernand,



DEPARTMENT OF THE COLORADO States o
Wyoming (except so much thereof as is em
braced in the Yellowstone national park)
Colorado and Utah, and the territories o
Arizona and New Mexico; headquarters
Denver, Col.; commander, Brig.-Gen
Frederick Funston.

DEPARTMENT OF THE COLUMBIA States o
Washington, Oregon, Idaho (except sc
much of the latter as is embraced in th
Yellowstone national park), and the terri
tory of Alaska; headquarters, Vancouve
barracks, Washington; commander, Brig
Gen. G. M. Randall.

DEPARTMENT OF DAKOTA States of Minne
sota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Mon
tana, and so much of Wyoming and Idaho
as is embraced in the Yellowstone nation
al park; headquarters, St. Paul, Minn,
commander, Brig.-Gen. William A. Kobbe

DEPARTMENT or THE EAST New Englam
states, New York, New Jersey, Pennsyl
vania, Delaware, Maryland, District ol
Columbia, West Virginia, Virginia. North
Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida,
Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, the
island of Porto Rico and the islands 1
and keys adjacent thereto; headquarters,
Governor's island. New York; command
er, Maj.-Gen. Adna R. Chaffee.

DEPARTMENT OF THE LAKES States of Wis
consin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio,
Kentucky and Tennessee; headquarters,
Chicago. 111.; commander, Maj.-Gen. Ar-
thur MacArthur.

DEPARTMENT OP THE MISSOURI States of
Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri. Kansas and Ar-
kansas, the Indian Territory and the ter-
ritory of Oklahoma; headquarters, Omaha,
Neb. ; commander, Maj.-Gen. John C.
Bates.

DEPARTMENT OP TEXAS State of Texas;
headquarters, San Antonio, Tex.; com-
mander, Brig.-Gen. F. D. Grant.

THE ARMY.

Charles J. Crane, Alfred C. Sharpe, Rob-
ert K. Evans, W. E. Wilder, Sidney W.
Taylor, Robert P. P. Wainwright, Millard
F. Waltz, Daniel A. Frederick.
INSPECTOR-GENERAL With rank of briga-
dier-general: Joseph C. Breckinridge.
INSPECTORS-GENERAL With rank of colonel:
George H. Burton, Peter D. Vroom, Ernest
A. Garlington, Charles H. Heyl.

With rank of lieutenant-colonel: Thom-
as T. Knox, Stephen C. Mill, John L.
Chamberlain, Frederick A. Smith.

With rank of major: Alfred Reynolds,
James S. Pettit, Frank West, Herbert
E. Tutherly, Hobart K. Bailey, 'Ramsay
D. Potts. James A. Irons, Thomas R.
Adams.
JUDGE-ADVOCATE GENERAL With rank of

brigadier-general: George B. Davis.
JUDGE-ADVOCATES With rank of colonel:
Edward Hunter, Stephen W. Groesbeck.

With rank of lieutenant-colonel: Enoch
H. Crowder, Jasper N. Morrison, Edgar S.
Dudley.

With rank of major: Harvey C. Car-
baugh, John A. Hull, George M. Dunn,
Frank L. Dodds, John Biddle Porter,
Lewis E. Goodler.



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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR HOOK FOK 11)03.



O.UARTERMASTER-GENERA.L With rank of
brigadier-general: Marshall 1. Luaingtou.

ASSISTANT yUARTEBMASTEBS-GBNEKAL With

rank of colonel: John V. Furey, Eowiu
B. Atwood, James M. .Marshall, John
Siuiijsuu, diaries F. Humphrey, Daniel
D. Wheeler.

With rank of lieutenant-colonel: Charles
A. H. McCauley, Forrest H. Hatuaway,
Joshua W. Jacobs, John L. Cleni, William
S. Patten, George E. Pond, John W T . Pull-
man, James W. Pope, Crosby P. Miller.

COMMISSAHY-GENEKAI. With rank of briga-
dier-general: John F. Weston.

ASSISTANT COMMISSARIES-GEXEUAL With
rank of colonel: Charles A. Woodruff,
Henry G. Sharpe, Frank E. Nye.

DEPUTY COMMISSABIES-GENEBAL With rank
of lieutenant-colonel: William L. Alex-
ander, Henry B. Osgood, Edward E.
Dravo, Abiel L. Smith.

SURGEON-GENERAL With rank of brigadier-
general: Robert M. O'Reilly.

ASSISTANT SUBGEONS-GENERA.L With rank
of colonel: Justus M. Brown, Charles
Smart, Peter J. A. Cleary, Henry Liiipiu-
cott, Calvin DeWitt, Charles L. Heiz-
mann. Alfred C. Girard, Joseph B. Girard.

DEPUTY SUBGEONS-GENERAL With rank of
lieutenant-colonel: John D. Hall, Philip
F. Harvey, Charles B. Byrne, Timothy E.
W T ilcox, ValeryHavard, John Van R. Hoff,
George W. Adair. Edward B. Mosely.
Louis M. Maus, Henry S. Turrill, Blair
D. Taylor, Edward T. Comegys.

PAYMASTER-GENERAL With rank of briga-
dier-general: Alfred E. Bates.

ASSISTANT PAYMASTERS-GENERAL With rank
of colonel: Frank M. Coxe, Albert S.
Towar, Culver C. Sniffen.

DEPUTY PAYMASTEBS-GENEBAL With rank
of lieutenant-colonel: George W 7 . Baird,
Francis S. Dodge, Charles H. Whipple,
William H. Comegys.



PAYMASTERS -With i-iinU of major: William
F. Tuc-ker, John C. Muhleiilierg, George R.
Smith. Elijah W. Halford, Charles 1C.
Kiiuourue, John L. Kullis, Harry !_.. Rug
ITS, Jerome A. Watrous, William W. Gil-
bert, Harry L. Rees, Webster Vinson,
Charles Newbold, Hamilton S. Wallace.
Francis L. Payson, George F. Downey,
Thomas C. Goodman. James B. Houston,
Beecher B. Ray, Herbert M. Lord, Wil-
liam B. Rochester, Jr.

CHIEF OF ENGINEERS With rank of briga-
dier-general: George L. Gillespie.

Colonels: Peter C. Ha ins. Charles R.
Suter, Jared A. Smith, Samuel M. Mans
field, Garret J. Lydecker, Amos Stickney.
Alexander Mackenzie.

Lieutenant-colonels: Oswald H. Ernst,
David P. Heap, William A. Jones, Andrew
X. Damrell, Charles J. Allen, Charles W.
Raymond, Alexander M. Miller, Milton B.
Adams, William R. Livermore, William
H. Heuer, William S. Stanton, Thomas
H. Handbury, Henry M. Adams, Charles
E. L. B. Davis.

CHIEF OF ORDNANCE With rank of briga-
dier-general: William Crozier.

Colonels: Alfred Mordecai, Joseph P.
Farley, Lawrence S. Babbitt, John R. Me
Ginness.

Lieutenant-colonels: Frank H. Phipps,
James JV. Reilly, John A. Kress, John G.
Butler, Almon L. Varney. John E. Greer.

CHIEF SIGNAL OFFICES With rank of briga
dier-general : Adolphus W. Greely.

SIGNAL OFFICES With rank of colonel-
Henry H. C. Dunwoody.
Lieutenant-colonel: James Allen.
RECORD AND PENSION OFFICE.

CHIEF With rank of brigadier-general:
Fred C. Ainsworth.

ASSISTANT CHIEF With rank of major:
John Tweedale.



REGIMENTAL OFFICERS.



CAVALRY.

Colonel, Almond B. Wells; lieutenant-
colonel, Henry W. S|>role; majors. Fred-
erick K. Ward, Samuel L. Woodward,
Peter Js. Bomus.

Colonel, Eli L. Huggins; lieutenant-
colonel, Eugene D. Dinimick: majors,
Walter S. Schuyler, Frank U. Robinson,
Daniel C. Pearson.

Colonel, Albert E. Woodson; lieutenant-
colonel, Edgar L. Steever; majors, Henry
P. Kingsbury, Otto L. Hein, Edwin P.
Andrus.

Colonel, Camillo C. C. Carr; lieutenant-
colonel, Clarence A. Stedman; majors,
Alexander Rodgers, Cunliffe H. Murray,
Frank A. Edwards.

Colonel, Argalus G. Hennisee; lieuten-
ant-colonel, Charles A. P. Hatfield; ma-
jors, George H. Paddock, Charles H.
Watts, Hoel S. Bishop.
Colonel, Allen Smith: lieutenant-colonel.
George S. Anderson; majors, William
H. Beck, John C. Gresham, John
Pitcher.

, Colonel, Theodore A. Baldwin; lieuten-
ant-colonel, Wintield S. Eclgerly; majors,
George F. Chase, Charles A. Varnum,
Ezra B. Fuller.

. Colonel, Louis H. Rucker; lieutenant-
colonel. Charles Morton: majors, Charles
G. Ayres. William A. Shunk, Benjamin
H. Cheever.

. Colonel, E. S. Godfrey; lieutenant-



colonel, Samuel M. Swigert; majors.
Joseph GarrarJ, Henry H. Wright, George
H. G. Gale.

10. Colonel, Jacob A. Augur; lieutenant-
colonel, Martin B. Hughos; majors,
George L. Scott, Edward A. Goodwin,
William D. Beach.

11. Colonel, Francis Moore; lieutenant-
colonel, William Stanton; majors, James
B. Hickey, Walter L. Fiuley, F. W.
Sibley.

12. Colonel, William C. Forbnsh; lieutenant-
colonel, Joseph H. Dorst; majors, Lu-
ther R. Hare, John F. Guilfoyle, H. F.
Kendall.

13. Colonel. E. M. Hayes; lieutenant-colonel.
Earl D. Thomas; majors, Levi P. Hunt,
T. W. Jones, Charles W. Taylor.

14. Colonel, Thomas C. Lebo; lieutenant-
colonel, Charles L. Cooper; majors,
George A. Dodd, F. H. Hardie, Charles
M. O'Connor.

15. Colonel, M. Wallace; lieutenant-colonel,
R. H. Pratt; majors, George K. Hunter,
Louis Craig, M. W. Day.

INF ANTE Y.

1. Colonel, Leon A. Matile; Jieutrnant-
colonel, Francis W. Mansfield; majors.
Frank De L. Carrington, John S. Mal-

. lory, R. N. Getty.

2. Colonel, Cyrus S. Roberts; lieutenant-
colonel, Willis Wittick; majors, Nat P.
Phister, E. H. Browne, Hairy L. Bailey.



THE ARMY.



Colonel, John II. 1'age; lieutenant-colonel,
John .1. O'Connell; majors, G. K. Mc-

Gimnfgle, Wiiliaiu 1'auldiug, George K.
Cecil.

Colonel, Jesse C. Chance; lieutenant-
colonel, Butler D. Price; majors, Henry
K Robinson, Charles W. Mason, John
C. F. Tillson.

Colonel, Charles L. Davis; lieutenant-
coloael. J. A. Bowman; majc'is, G. P.
Borden, William 11. C. UOWMI, E. F.
Glenn.

Colonel, Charles W. Miner; llputenant-
coloiiel. llinry Wygant: majors, K. H.
K. Loughborongh, Thomas S. Mi-Caleb.
Charles G. Morton.

Colonel, C. A. Coolidge; lieutenant-
colonel. John T. Van Orsonle; majors,
Charles A. Booth, E. E. Hardin, Arthur
C. L)ucat.

Colonel, William E. Dougherty; lieuten-
ant-colonel, R;iy P. Hevry; majors. Wil-
liam L. PHcher, R. H. Wilson, H.. B.
Turner.

Colonel, Charles F. Robo; lieutenant-
colonel, James Reiran ; majors. E. B.
Robertson, R. J. C. Irvine, Frank J.
Jones.

Colonel, Charles H. Noble; lieutenant-
colonel, George Le H. Riown; majors,
H. B. Moon, L. W. V. Kennon, R. C.
Van Vliet.

Colonel, David J. Craigie; lieutenant-
colonel, A. L. Myer; major*. J. E.
Macklin, J. H. H. Peshlne, James B.
Jackson.

Colonel, J. W. Bubb; lieutenant-colonel,
H. L. Haskell; majors, H. S. Foster, P.
G. Wood, C. P. Terrett.
Colonel, A. C. Markley; lieutenant-
colimrl. J. W. Duncan; majors, O. Gar-
dener, B. A. Byrne, A. R. Paxton.
Colonel, S. P. Jocelyn ; lieutenant-colonel,
Ralph W. Hoyt; majors, Charles Mc-
Clure, William A. Mann, F. K. Kltonhead.
Colonel, Henry C. Ward; lieutenant-
colonel. Edward B. Pratt: majors, Frank
Taylor, T. F. Davis, William Lassiter.
Colonel, Charles C. Hood; lieutenant-
colonel, John A. Baldwin; majors, L.
C. Allen, F. II. French, R. F. Ames.



17. Colonel, G. A. Goodale; lieutenant-
colonel, Thomas C. VVoodbury; majors,
C. D. Cowles, Lea Febiger, James A.

18 Colonel, J. M. J. Sanno; lieutenant-
colonel, H. H. Adams; majors, W. B.
Wheeler, William L. Buck, G. S. Young.

19. Colonel, Edmund Rice; licwtenaut-'colonel,
Joseph F. Huston; majors, S. A. Wolf,
James B. Goe, S. W. Miller.

20. Colonel, William S. McCaskey; lieuten-
aut-colouel, John B. Rodman; majors,
William T. Wood, A. A. Augur, James
S. Rogers.

21. Colonel, Jacob Kline; lieutenant-colonel,
(iwe;i J. Sweet; majors, William A.
Nichols. Hunter Liggett, Giorge Palmer.

22. Colonel, James Miller; lieutenant-colo-
nel, .Marion P. Maus; majors, R. T.
Yea t man, John J. Critteudeu, Abner
Pickering.

23. Colonel, J. Milton Thompson; lieutenant-
colonel, W. H. W. James; majors,
Charles L. Hodges, H. H. Beuham,
Eaton A. Edwards.

24. Colonel, Walter T. Dugg-an; lieutenant-
colonel, D. Cornman; majors, John C.
Dent, Edwin B. Bolton, Z. W. Torrey.

25. Colonel, A. H. Bowman; lieutenant-
colonel, Philip Reade; majors, Daniel H
Brush, C. G. Starr, W. C. Buttler.

26. Colonel, C. Williams; lieutenant-colonel,
G. A. Cornish; majors, L. W. Cooke, A-
Williams, G. F. Cooke.

27. Colonel, Theodore F. Forbes; lieutenant-
colonel, S. R. Whitall; majors, Walter
S. Scott, O. St. J. Chubb. J. A. Emery.

28. Colonel, Morris C. Foote; lieutenant-
colonel, Charles A. Williams; majors,
G. H. Roach, R. L. Bullard. Pierce M.
B. Travis.

29. Colonel, Charles G. Penney; lieutenant-
colonel, B. C. Lockwood; majors, L. A
Lovering, Carver Howland, William P
Evans.

30. Colonel, William P. Rogers: lieutenant-
colonel, Charles B. Hall; majors, Thom-
as S. MeCaleb, Charles Byrne. W. R.
Abercrombie.

Porto Rico Provisional Regiment Lieuten
ant-colonel, James A. Buchanan; majors
Eben Swift, R. L. Howze. .



RETIRED LIST.

ABOVE THE RANK OF CAPTAIN ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
Annual pay Lieutenant-general, $8,230; major-general, $5,t>25; brigadier-general, $4,125
colonel, $3,376; lieutenant-colonel, $3,000; major, $2,82u.

(Corrected to Nov. 20, 1902.)



Abbott, Henry L., Col.. Cambridge, Mass.

Adam, Eniil, Maj., Belleville, 111.

Adams, Moses N., Chaplain, St. Paul, Ml'nn.

Alden, Charles H., Col., Newtonville, Mass.

Alexander, Chas. T., Col., Washington, D.C.

Anderson, Thomas M., Brig. -Gen., Soldiers'
Home, Erie county, Ohio.

Andrews, Geo. L.. Col.. Washington, D. C.

Andrews, John N., Col., Newcastle, Del.

Andrus, E. V. A., Col., Brooklyn. N. Y.

Arnold, Abraham K., Col., Coldspring, N. Y.

Arthur, William, Maj., Cohasset, Mass.

Auman, Win., Brig.-Gen., Buffalo, N. Y.

Austine, William, Maj., Brattleboro, Vt.

Avery, Robert, Lieut. -Col., Brooklyn. N. Y.

Bacon, John M., Col., Vancouver, Wash.

Bailey, Clarence M., Col., Chicago, 111.

Bally, Elisha L, Col., San Francisco, Cal.

Bainbridge, Augustus H., Lieut. -Col., Kan-
sas City, Mo.

Bainbridge, Edmund C.. Col., Washington.

Baird, Absalom, Brig.-Gen., Washington.



Baker, John P., Maj., St. Louis, Mo.
Baker, Stephen, Maj., New York city.
Baldridge, Ben L., Chaplain, Los Angeles

Cal.

Barber, Merritt, Col., West Troy, N. Y.
Barlow, John W., Brig.-Gen., Washington

D. C.
Barr, Thomas F., Brig.-Gen., Lawrence

Mass.

Barriger, John W., Col., New York, N. Y.
Bartholf, John H., Maj., Plattsburg, N. Y.
Bash, Daniel N., Maj., Peoria, 111.
Bates, Alfred E., Brig.-Gen., Washington



Bates, Robert F., Maj., Washington^ D. C
eaumont, .
barre, Pa.



Beaumont, Eugene B., Lieut. -Col., Wllkes-



Bell, George, Col., Washington, D. C.

Bell, James M., Brig.-Gen., Washington,

D. C.

Bell, William H., Brig.-Gen., Arvado, Col
Benham, Daniel W., Col., Bloomville, O.
Bentley, Edwin, Maj., Little Rock, Ark.



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Beutzoni, Charles, Maj., Los Angeles, Cal.

Bergland, Eric, Maj., Baltimore, Md.

Bernard, Reuben F., Lieut. -Col., Washing-
ton, D. C.

Biddle, James, Col., Washington, D. C.

Billings, John S.. Lieut. -Col. New York

Bingham, Judson D., Col., Philadelphia, Pa.

Bird, Charles, Brig. -Gen., Wilmington, Del.

Bisbee, Wm. H., Brig.-Gen., Washington,
D. C.

Blunt, Matthew M., Col.. New York. N. Y.

Boyle, Wm. H., Lieut.-Col., Montclair, N.J.

Bradford, Jas. H., Lieut.-Col., Columbus, O.

Bradley, Luther 1'.. Col.. Taeoma, Wash.

Brayton, George M., Col., Washington, D. C.

Breck, Samuel, Brig.-Gen., Boston, Mass.

Brewerton, Henry F., Maj., Elizabeth, N. S.

Bridgman, Frank, Maj., Washington, D. C.

Brinckle, John 11., Maj., Paris, Me.

Brinkerhoff, H. R., Lieut.-Col., Oak Park,
111.

Brooke, John R., Maj. -Gen., Rosemont, Pa.

Brown, Paul R., Maj., Ithaca. N. Y.

Bryant, Cullen, Maj., Alumeda, Cal.

Bufflngton, A. R., Brig.-Gen., Madison, N.J.

Burbank, Jacob E. , Maj., Maiden, Mass.

Burke, Dauiel W., Brig.-Gen., Portland,
Ore.

Burns, James M., Maj., Morgantown, W. Va.

Burt, Andrew S., Brig.-Gen., Ft. Myer, Va.

Byrne, Charles C., Col., New York, N. Y.

Caldwell, Daniel G., Maj., New York, N. Y.

Calef, John H., Lieut.-Col., Atlanta, Ga.

Campbell, John, Col., Coldspring, N. Y.

Campbell, Lafayette E., Maj., Denver, Col.

Canby, James P., Col., Denver, Col.

Card, Benjamin C., Lieut.-Col., Washing-
ton, D. C.

Carey, Asa B., Brig.-Gen., Vineyard Haven.
Mass.

Carlin, William P., Brig.-Gen., London, Eng.

Carlton, Caleb H., Brig.-Gen., Washington,
D. C.

Carpenter, Gilbert S., Brig.-Gen , Mont-
clair, N. J.

Carpenter, Louis H., Brig.-Gen., Philadel-
phia, Pa.

Carr, Eugene A., Brig.-Gen., Washington,
D. C.

Carrlngton, Henry B., Col., Hyde Park,
Mass.

Carroll, Henry, Col. , Lawrence, Kas.

Catlin, Isaac, Col., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Cavenaugh, Harry G., Maj., Germantown,
Pa.

Chandler, John G., Col., Los Angeles, Cal.

Chase, Dudley, Chaplain, Philadelphia, Pa.

Chester, James, Maj., Washington, D. C.

Chipman, Henry L., Lieut.-Col., Detroit,
Mich.

Clague, J. J., Col., Minneapolis, Minn.

Clapp, William H., Lieut.-Col., East Wind-
sor Hill, Conn.

Clark, Joseph C.. Maj., Philadelphia, Pa.

Closson. Henry W., Col., Washington, D. C.

Clous, J. W., Brig.-Gen., Florence, Italy.

Coates, Edwin M., Col., Burlington, Vt.

Cochran, Melville A., Col., St. Augustine,
Fla.

Coe, John N., Lieut.-Col., Albany, N. Y.

Collier, George W., Chaplain, Delaware, O.

Collins, Edward, Lieut.-Col.. Milton. Mass.

Comba, Richard, Col., San Francisco, Cal.

Compton, Charles E.. Col., Washington.

Comstock, Cyrus B., Col.. New York, N. Y.

Cook, Henry C., Col., Fall River, Mass.

Cooney, Michael. Col., Washington, D. C.

Coppinger, John J., Brig.-Gen., Cork, Ireland.

Corliss, Augustus W., Col., Denver, Col.

Corson, Joseph K., Maj., Plymouth Meet-
ing. Pa.

Crabb, G. W., Maj., Fort Hamilton, N. Y.



Craig, Robert, Lieut.-Col., Washington, D. C.

Craighill, William P., Brig.-Gen., Charles-
town, W. Va.

Crandal, Fred M., Maj., Aberdeen, Wash.

Cronkhite, Henry M., Maj., New York, N. Y.

Orowell, William H. H., Maj., New York,
N. Y.

Daggett, A. S., Brig.-Gen.. Boston. Mass.

Dandy, George B.. Col., Omaha, Neb.

Darling, John A.. Maj., New London, Conn.

Davis, Wirt, Col., Baltimore, Md.

Day, Selden A., Lieut.-Col., Washington,
D. C.

DeCourcey, Fred E., Maj., New York. N. Y.

Dempsey, Charles A., Col.. Alexandria, Va.

De Russy, Isaac D., Brig.-Geu., Washing-
ton, D. C.

Dillenback, John W., Maj., Watertown,
N. Y.

Dodd, Stephen G., Chaplain, Boise, Idaho.

Drum, Richard C., Brig.-Gen., Bethesda,
Md.

Dudley, Nathan A. M., Col., Roxbury, Mass.

Dunbar, George W., Chaplain, Janesville,
Wis.

Dutton, C. E., Maj., Morgan Park, 111.

Duval, J. H., Maj., Wayne, Pa.

Eagan, Charles P., Brig.-Gen., San Fran-
cisco, Cal.

Ebstein, Fred H. E., Maj., Brooklyn. N. Y.

Eckerson, Theo. J., Maj., Portland, Ore.

Egan, John, Maj., New York, N. Y.

Elbrey, Fred W., Maj.. Washington, D. C.

Ellis, Philip H., Col., Elkton, Md.

Enos, Herbert M., Maj.. Waukesha, Wis.

Eskridge, R. I., Col., San Francisco, Cal.

Evans, Andrew W., Col., Elktuu. Md.

Ewer, Clarence B., Maj., New York, N. Y.

Ewers, E. P., Maj., Oweuton, Ky.

Fechet, Edmond G., Maj., Urbana, 111.

Fessenden, Francis, Brig.-Gen., Portland,
Me.

Field, Edward. Lieut.-Col., San Francisco.

Forsyth, George A., Lieut.-Col., Washing-
ton, D. C.

Forsyth, James W., Maj. -Gen., Columbus, O.

Forwood, William H., Brig.-Gen., Wash-
ington, D. C.

Foster, Charles W., Maj., New York. N. Y.

Frank, Royal T., Brig.-Gen., Washington.

Freeman, H. B., Brig.-Gen., Leavenworth,
Kas.

Frost, Alfred S., Maj., Evanston. 111.

Fryer, Blencowe E., Lieut. -Col., Kansas
City, Mo.

Fuger, Frederick, Maj., Washington, D. C.

Gardiner, Asa B.. Maj., New York. N. Y.

Gardner, William H., Lieut.-Col., Paris,
France.

Gerlach, William, Maj., Minneapolis, Minn.

Gibson, Horatio G.. Col., Washington, D. C.

Gibson, Joseph R., Lieut.-Col., Philadel-
phia, Pa.

Gilbert, Charles C., Col., Baltimore, Md.

Gilman, Jeremiah H., Lieut.-Col., New
York, N. Y.

Gilmore, John C., Col., Washington, D. C.

Gordon, David S.. Col., Washington, D. C.

Gould, William P., Maj., Vincennes. Ind.

Graham, Lawrence P.. Col.. Washington.

Graham, William M., Brig.-Gen., San Fran-
cisco, Cal.

Green, John, Lieut.-Col., Hoboken, N. J.

Greene, Oliver D., Col., San Francisco, Cal.

Grierson, Benjamin H., Brig.-Gen., Jackson-
ville, 111.

Grugan, Frank C., Maj.. New York. N. Y.

Guard, Alexander McC.. Maj., Detroit, Mich.

Guenther, F. L., Brig.-Gen., Now York, N.Y.

Hall, Henry H., Chaplain, Glendale, Cal.

Hall, Peter P. G.. Mai-. West.-hester, Pa.

llall. Robert. H., Brig.-Gen., London. Eng.



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Hauiuer, William II., Maj., Omaha, Neb.

Haniiay, .1. W., Col., London, Kngland.

Harbach, A. A., Brlg.-Gfii., Paris, France.

Hartlin, Mai-tin L>., lirig.-Geu., Chicago, 111.

Harris, Moses. Maj., New York, N. Y.

Hartsuff, Albert, Col., Detroit, Mich.

Hartz, Wilson T., Lieut. -Col., New York. N. Y.

Hawkins, Hamilton S., Brig.-Gen., High-
land Falls, N. Y.

Hawkins, John P., Brig. -Gen., Indianapolis.

Hawley, William, Maj., Los Angeles, Cal.

Head, George E., Lieut.-Col., Jefferson
Barracks, Mo.

Head, John F., Col., Washington, D. C.

Heger, Anthony, Col., New York, N. Y.

Herrick, Osgood E.j Chaplain, Watertown,
N. Y.

Hess, Frank W., Maj., San Diego, Cal.

Hewitt, C. C., Maj., Hiawatha, Kas.

Hinton, Charles 1$., Maj., Los Angeles, Oal.

Hobart, Charles, Lieut.-Col., Washington.

Hodges, Henry C., Col., Buffalo, N. Y.

Holabird, Sam B., Brig.-Gen.. Washington.

Hooton, Matt, Brig.-Gen., S. Bethlehem, Pa.

Horton, Sam M., Lieut.-Col., New York.

Hough, Alfred L., Col., New York, N. Y.

Howard, Oliver O., Maj. -Gen., Burlington,
I Vt.

Hoyle, George S., Maj., Atlanta, Ga.

Hubbard, William P., Chaplain, Los
geles, Cal.

Humphreys, Henry H., Lieut.-Col., Chicago.

Huiitt, George G., Col., Carlisle, Pa.

Ingalls, Charles H.. Maj., Cambridge. Mass.

Ingalls, James M., Lieut. -Col., Paris, France.

Ir\kiie, Javan B., Maj.. Los Angeles, Cal.

Irwin, Bernard J. D., Col., Coburg, Out.

Jackson Allan H., Maj., Schenectady, N. Y.

Jackson, Henry, Col., Leavenworth, Kas.

Jackson, James, Lieut.-Col., Portland, Ore.

Janeway, John II., Lieut.-Col., Princeton,
N. J.

Jones, Francis B., Maj., New York. N. Y.

Jordan, William H., Col., Fort Clark, Tex.

Judd, Edwin D., Maj., Hartford, Conn.

Kauffman, Albert B., Maj., Webster Groves,
Mo.

Reefer, John B.. Maj., Harrisburg. Pa.

Kell, William H., Maj., Portsmouth, N. H.

Kelloy, Joseph M.. Maj.. St. Louis. Mo.
Kellogg, Edgar R., Brig. -Gen., Baltimore,
Md. '

Kellogg, Sandford 1 C., Maj.. Washington.



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