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Army of the United States.

Corrected to Oct. 20. 1907.

GENERAL STAFF, DIVISION AND DEPART- | New Mexico; headquarters, Denver, Col.; comMENT COMMANDERS.

mander, Brig.-Gen. Earl D. Thomas.

DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA-States of California GENERAL STAFF OF THE ARMY.

and Nevada, the Hawaiian islands and their deMaj.-Gen. J. Franklin Bell, chief of staff.

pendencies; headquarters, San Francisco, Cal.; Maj.-Gen. Thomas H. Barry.

commander, Brig.-Gen. Frederick Funston. Brig.-Gen. Arthur Murray.

DEPARTMENT OF THE COLUMBIA--States of Wash-Brig.-Gen. William W. Wotherspoon.

ington, Oregon, Idaho (except so much of the COLONELS.

latter as is embraced in the Yellowstone national Stephen C. Mills, insp.-gen.

park) and the territory of Alaska; headquarters, George S. Anderson, ist cavalry.

Vancouver barracks, Washington; commander, Ramsey D. Potts, artillery corps.

Maj.-Gen. A. W. Greely. Joseph W. Duncan, 6th infantry.

DIVISION OF THE PHILIPPINES-Consisting of the

departments of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao; LIEUTENANT-COLONELS.

commander, Maj.-Gen. Leonard Wood. G. A. Dodd, 10th cavalry.

DEPARTMENT OF LUZON-Includes all that portion Thaddeus W. Jones, 3d cavalry.

of the Philippine archipelago lying north of a Albert Todd, coast artillery.

line passing southeastwardly through the west Millard F. Waltz, 27th infantry.

pass of Apo, or Mindoro strait, to the 12th parMAJORS.

allel of north latitude, thence east along said Carroll A. Devol, q. m. dept.

parallel to the 124th degree 10 minutes east of Eben Swift, 12th cavalry.

Greenwich, but including the entire island of Henry L. Ripley, 8th cavalry.

Masbate, thence north to San Bernardino straits; Francis J. Kernan, 25th infantry.

headquarters, Manila, P. I.; commander, Maj.Robert L. Herst, 29th infantry.

Gen. J. F. Weston. Charles Lynch, medical department.

DEPARTMENT OF THE VISAYAS-Includes all islands Henry C. Cabell, 14th infantry.

south of the southern line of the department of William P. Burnham, 7th infantry.

Luzon east of longitude 121 degrees 45 minutes Samuel D. Sturgis, 1st field artillery.

east of Greenwich and north of the 9th parallel Cornelis De W. Wilcox, coast artillery.

of latitude, excepting the islands of Mindanao CAPTAINS.

and Paragua and all islands east of the straits Stephen L'H. Slocum, 8th cavalry.

of Surigao; headquarters, Iloilo, P. I.; comWilliam M. Wright, 2d infantry.

mander, Brig.-Gen. A. L. Mills. James H. McRae, 3d infantry.

DEPARTMENT OF MINDANAO-Includes all the re

maining islands of the Philippine archipelago; George W. Read, 9th cavalry.

headquarters, Zamboanga, Julius A. Penn, 7th infantry.

P. I.; commander,

Brig.-Gen. Tasker H. Bliss
Michael J. Lenihan, 25th infantry.
Peter C. Harris, 9th infantry.

ARMY OF CUBAN PACIFICATION-Headquarters, HaGrote Hutchinson, 6th cavalry.

vana, Cuba; commander, Brig.-Gen. T. H. Barry. Fred W. Sladen, 14th infantry. Milton F. Davis, 10th cavalry.

OFFICERS OF THE ARMY.
John W. Furlong, 6th cavalry.
R. H. Van Deman, 21st infantry.

LIEUTENANT-GENERAL-Arthur MacArthur.
George H. Shelton, 11th infantry.

MAJOR-GENERALS-Leonard Wood, John F. Weston, William Chamberlaine, artillery corps.

Frederick D. Grant, A. W. Greely, J. Franklin Frank S. Cocheu, 12th infantry.

Bell, William P. Duvall. Joseph P. Tracy, coast artillery.

BRIGADIER-GENERALS-F. Funston, W. H. Carter, Samuel C. Vestal, coast artillery.

T. H. Bliss, Thomas H. Barry, Albert L. Mills, Fox Connor, 1st field artillery.

William S. Edgerly, John J. Pershing, Albert L. S. A. Cheney, corps of engineers.

Myer, Charles B. Hall, Earl D. Thomas, Charles

Morton, Charles L. Hodges, John M. K. Davis, DIVISIONS AND DEPARTMENTS.

William W. Wotherspoon, Charles S. Smith, DEPARTMENT OF THE EAST-New England states,

ADJUTANT-GENERAL-With rank of major-general: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware,

Fred C. Ainsworth. Maryland, District of Columbia, West Virginia,

ASSISTANT ADJUTANT-GENERALS-With rank of brigVirginia, the island of Porto Rico and the islands adier-general: William P. Hall. and keys adjacent thereto; headquarters, Gov With rank of colonel: Henry 0. S. Heistand. ernors island, New York; commander, Maj.-Gen. George Andrews, William A. Simpson, Henry P. Frederick D. Grant.

McCain, James T. Kerr. DEPARTMENT OF THE GULF-Embraces the states With rank of lieutenant-colonel: Henry E.

of North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Robinson, James B. Hickey, A. 0. Brodie, BenFlorida, Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi; jamin Alvord, Charles McClure, Eugene F. Ladd, headquarters at Atlanta, Ga.; commander (tem Frederick S. Strong. porarily), Brig.-Gen. J. M. K. Davis.

With rank of major: William Lassiter, George. DEPARTMENT OF THE LAKES-States of Wisconsin, H. Morgan, Charles M. Truitt, Charles R. Noyes,

Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky; William H. Sage, Harry C. Hale, Ira A. Haynes, headquarters, Chicago, Ill.; commander, Brig. Ernest Hinds, Sidney S. Jordan. Gen. W. H. Carter.

INSPECTOR-GENERAL-With rank of brigadier-genDEPARTMENT OF THE MISSOURI-States of Iowa, eral: Ernest A. Garlington.

Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas, South Dakota and INSPECTORS-GENERAL-With rank of colonel: Ste. Wyoming (except Yellowstone national park); phen C. Mills, John L. Chamberlain, George F. headquarters, Omaha, Neb.; commander (tem. Chase. porarily), Brig.-Gen. C. B. Hall.

With rank of lieutenant-colonel: W. T. Wood, DEPA'TMENT OF DAKOTA-States of Minnesota, Francis H. French, W. E. Wilder, George L.

North Dakota, Montana and so much of Wyo Anderson. ming and Idaho as is embraced in the Yellowstone

With rank of major: Zerah W. Torrey, Charles pational park; headquarters, St. Paul, Minn.; G. Morton. Samuel W. Miller, A. P. Blocksom, commander,

Jacob G. Galbraith, Lloyd S. McCormick, James DEPARTMENT OF TEXAS-Embraces states of Texas, B. Erwin, George Bell, Jr., Charles G. Treat.

Arkansas and Oklahoma; headquarters, San An | JUDGE-ADVOCATE GENERAL-With rank of brigtonio, Tex.; commander, Brig.-Gen. A. L. Myer.

adier-general: George B. Davis. DEPARTMENT OF THE COLORADO--States of Colorado | JUDGE ADVOCATES-With rank of colonel: Enoch

and Utah and the territories of Arizona and H. Crowder, Edgar S. Dudley.

With rank of lieutenant-colonel: H. C. Carbaugh, John A. Hull, George M. Dunn.

With rank of major: Frank L. Dodds, John Biddle Porter, Lewis E. Goodier, Henry M. Morrow, Walter A. Bethel, B. Winship. QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL-With rank of brigadier

general: James B. Aleshire. ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTERS-GENERAL-With rank of colonel: James M. Marshall, C. A. H. McCauley, John L. Clem, W. S. Patten, J. W. Pullman, James W. Pope.

With rank of lieutenant-colonel: George Ruhlen, W. H. Miller, S. R. Jones, W. W. Robinson, Jr., F. C. Van Schrader, J. E. Sawyer, R. R.

Stevens, F. G. Hodgson, John B. Bellinger. COMMISSARY-GENERAL-With rank of brigadier-gen.

eral: Henry G. Sharpe. ASSISTANT COMMISSARIES-GENERAL_With rank of

colonel: Edward E. Dravo, Abiel L. Smith,

James N. Allison. DEPUTY COMMISSARIES-GENERAL-With rank of

lieutenant-colonel: David L. Brainard, George D. Davis, Albert D. Kniskern, Frank F. Eastman. SURGEON-GENERAL-With rank of brigadier-general:

Robert M. O'Reilly. ASSISTANT SURGEONS-GENERAL - With rank of

colonel: Charles L. Heizmann, Joseph B. Girard, W. C. Gorgas, Philip F. Harvey, Charles B. Byrne, Valery Havard, John Van R. Hoff, George

W. Adair, Louis M. Maus. DEPUTY SURGEONS-GENERAL-With rank of lieuten

ant-colonel: Blair D. Taylor, G. H. Torney, Louis W. Crampton, William H. Corbusier, Daniel M. Appel, William B. Davis, H. 0. Perley, W. W. Gray, Louis Brechemin, Louis A. La Garde, John M. Banister, Aaron H. Appel. PAYMASTER-GENERAL-With rank of brigadier-gen

eral: Culver C. Sniffen. ASSISTANT PAYMASTERS-GENERAL — With rank of

colonel: Charles H. Whipple, William H. Come

gys, William F. Tucker. DEPUTY PAYMASTERS-GENERAL-With rank of lieu

tenant-colonel: John C. Muhlenberg, George R.

Smith, Harry L. Rogers, Webster Vinson. PAYMASTERS-With rank of major: Hamilton S. Wallace, Francis L. Payson, George F. Downey, Thomas C. Goodman, James B. Houston, Beecher B. Ray. Herbert M. Lord, William B. Rochester, Jr., Robert S. Smith, Seymour Howell, George T. Holloway, William G. Gambrill, Timothy D. Keleher, George E. Pickett, M. W. Curry, James W. Dawes, James Canby, John R. Lynch, Charles E. Stanton, Pierre C. Stevens, Bradner D.

Slaughter. CHIEF OF ENGINEERS—With rank of brigadier-gen. eral: Alexander Mackenzie.

Colonels: - Garret J. Lydecker, Milton B. Adams, Henry M. Adams, Charles E. L. B. Davis, D. W. Lockwood, E. H. Ruffner, Clinton B. Sears, John G. D. Knight, Richard L. Hoxie, William L. Marshall.

Lieutenant-colonels: Joseph H. Willard, William H. Bixby, William T. Rossell, Thomas W. Symons, Smith S. Leach, Dan C. Kingman, William M. Black, Walter L. Fisk, S. W. Roessler, F. V. Abbott, Thomas L. Casey, Curtis McD. Townsend, G. W. Goethals, John Millis, John

Biddle, Harry F. Hodges. CHIEF OF ORDNANCE_With rank of brigadier-general: William Crozier

Colonels: S. E. Blunt, Frank Heath, David A. Lyle, James Rockwell, Andrew H. Russell, Rogers Birnie.

Lieutenant-colonels: Ira MacNutt, Frank Baker, Orin B. Mitcham, L. L. Bruff, Charles H. Clark, Frank E. Hobbs, J. Walker Benet, William

W. Gibson, Edwin B. Babbitt. CHIEF SIGNAL OFFICER-With rank of brigadier

general: James Allen. SIGNAL OFFICERS_With rank of colonel: R. E. Thompson.

Lieutenant-colonels: G. P. Scriven, William A. Glassford.

REGIMENTAL OFFICERS,

CAVALRY. 1. Colonel, George S. Anderson; lieutenant-colonel,

Edward J. McClernand; majors, Joseph A. Gas

ton, L. M. Brett, J. H. Gardner 2. Colonel, Frank West; lieutenant-colonel, Leri

P. Hunt; majors, F. W. Sibley, F. 0. Johnson,

H. J. Slocum.. 3. Colonel, Joseph H. Dorst; lieutenant-colonel,

T. W. Jones; majors, Edwin P. Andrus, Wil

liam C. Brown, Percy E. Trippe. 4. Colonel. Edgar Z. Steever; lieutenant-colonel,

Charles A. Varnum; majors, James Lockett,

Guy Carleton, Tyree R. Rivers. 5. Colonel, Walter S. Schuyler; lieutenant-colonel,

George K. Hunter; majors, Hoel S. Bishop,

Fred W. Foster, Charles J. Stevens. 6. Colonel, Alexander Rodgers; lieutenant-colonel,

Matthias W. Day; majors, George H. G. Gale,

B. H. Cheever, J. F. R. Cheever. 7. Colonel. Frederick K. Ward; lieutenant-colonel,

John F. Guilfoyle; majors, John Pitcher, W.

J. Nicholson, E. P. Brewer. 8. Colonel, Henry P. Kingsbury; lieutenant

colonel. Charles M. O'Connor; majors, William

A. Shunk, Henry L. Ripley, Henry T. Allen. 9. Colonel, Peter S. Bomus; lieutenant-colonel,

Charles H. Watts; majors, Eben Swift, Augus

tus C. Macomb, Samuel D. Freeman. . Colonel, Jacob A. Augur; lieutenant-colonel, George A. Dodd; majors, Robert D. Read,

Charles H. Grierson, George H. Sands. 11. Colonel, James Parker; lieutenant-colonel, C.

H. Murray; majors, H. W. Wheeler, D. H.

Boughton, William A. Mercer. 12. Colonel, John B. Kerr; lieutenant-colonel, Frank

A. Edwards; majors, H. G. Sickel, Henry J.
Goldman, Thomas B. Dugan.
Colonel, Charles A. P. Hatfield; lieutenant-
colonel, Walter L. Finley; majors, Charles W.

Taylor, Thomas J. Lewis, J. T. Dickman. 14. Colonel, Edward A. Godwin: lieutenant-colonel,

John C. Gresham; majors, Hugh L. Scott.

Harry C. Benson, Parker W. West. 15. Colonel, Joseph Garrard; lieutenant-colonel, F

H. Hardie; majors, William D. Beach, F. S.
Foltz, John B. McDonald.

INFANTRY. 1. Colonel, G. K. McGunnegle; lieutenant-colonel,

James S. Rogers; majors, R. N. Getty, William
A. Nichols, Henry C. Hodges, Jr.
Colonel, Francis W. Mansfield; lieutenant.
colonel, Charles St. J. Chubb; majors, Nat P.

Phister, E. H. Browne, Harry L. Bailey. 3. Colonel. Thomas C. Woodbury; lieutenant

colonel, Lea Febiger; majors, E. H. Plummer,

Wilson Y. Stamper, Maury Nichols. 4. Colonel, Edwin B. Bolton; lieutenant-colonel,

Leonard A. Lovering; majors, John C. F. T:ll.

son, David C. Shanks, B. W. Atkinson. 5. Colonel, Calvin D. Cowles; lieutenant-colonel,

Robert K. Evans; majors, Wallis 0. Clark,

Francis P. Fremont, Zebulon B. Vance, 6. Colonel, Joseph W. Duncan; lieutenant-colonel,

William A. Mann; majors, J. H. Beacom, R. R.

Steedman, John K. Beacom. 7. Colonel, Daniel Cornman; lieutenant-colonel,

Charles A. Booth; majors, Arthur C. Ducat.

James A. Goodin, William P. Burnham. 8. Colonel, Frederick A. Smith; lieutenant-colonel,

Robert L. Bullard; majors, Colville P. Terrett,

W. K. Wright, R. B. Turner. 9. Colonel, Edgar B. Robertson; lieutenant-colonel,

William C. Butler: majors, Frank J. Jones, W.
P. Richardson, John Cotter.
Colonel, Henry A. Greene; lieutenant-colonel.
George R. Cecil: majors, L. W. V. Kennon, R.

C. Van Vliet, William L. Buck. 11. Colonel, Richard T. Yeatman; lieutenant

colonel, William P. Evans; majors, James B.

Jackson, P. M. Travis, R. M. Blatchford. 12. Colonel, Levin C. Allen; lieutenant-colonel,

Robert F. Ames; majors. John S. Mallory,

Charles H. Barth, Frank B. Andrus. . Colonel, R. H. R. Loughborough; lieutenant

colonel, William H. C. Bowen; majors. A. R.

Paxton, Hunter Liggett. Frederick Perkins. | 14. Colonel, John C. Dent; lieutenant-colonel, James

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A. Irons; majors, John S. Parke, Jr., A. Has Beck, William H., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C. brouck, H. C. Cabell.

Becker, Otto, Lieut.-Col., St. Louis, Mo. 15. Colonel, Walter S. Scott; lieutenant-colonel Bell, James M., Brig.-Gen., Berlin, Germany. Arthur Williams; majors, W. T. May, A. s.

Bentley, Edwin, Lieut.-Col., Little Rock, Ark. Rowan, James M. Arrasmith.

Biddle, James, Brig.-Gen., Santa Barbara, Cal. 16. Colonel. Cornelius Gardener; lieutenant-colonel,

Billings, John S., Lieut.-Col., New York, N. Y. R. H. Wilson; majors, William F. Blauvelt,

Bingham, Judson D., Col., Cobourg, Ont. W. J. Johnston, James K. Thompson.

Bingham, T. A., Brig.-Gen., New York, N. Y. 17. Colonel, John T. Van Orsdale; lieutenant Bird, Charles, Brig.-Gen., Wilmington, Del. colonel, Charles J. Crane; majors, James A.

Birkhimer. W. E., Brig.-Gen., New York, N. Y. Maney. E. Chynoweth, F. B. McCoy.

Bisbee, William H., Brig.-Gen., New York, N. Y. 18. Colonel. Thomas F. Davis; lieutenant-colonel,

Borden, George P., Brig.-Gen., New York, N. Y. William Paulding: majors, Henry Kirby, D. L.

Bowman, A. H., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C. Howell, B. M. Purssell.

Boyle, William H., Lieut.-Col., Rowayton, Conn. 9. Colonel, Joseph T. Huston: lieutenant-colonel, Bradford, James H., Lieut.-Col., Columbus, O.. - - majors, James B. Goe, E. A.

Bradley, Luther P., Col., Tacoma, Wash. 'Root, W. L. Simpson

Brayton, George M., Col., Wernerville, Pa. 20. Colonel. Marion P. Maus: lieutenant-colonel, Breck, Samuel, Brig.-Gen., Brookline, Mass. Henry B. Moon; majors, S. W. Dunning, George

Breckinridge, J. C., Maj.-Gen., London, England. W. McIver, John F. Morrison.

Bridgeman, Frank, Lieut.-Col., San Francisco, Cal. 21. Colonel, Charles A. Williams; lieutenant

Brinkerhoff, H. R., Lieut.-Col., Oak Park, Ill. colonel, George S. Young; majors, George Palm

Brooke, John R., Maj.-Gen., New York, N. Y. er, L. J. Hearn, H. A. Leonhauser.

Brown, George LeR.. Col., San Antonio, Tex. Colonel, Alfred Reynolds; lieutenant-colonel,

Brown, J, M., Brig.-Gen., Hackensack, N. J. George F. Cooke; majors, Abner Pickering,

Bubb, John W., Brig.-Gen., Galesburg, Ill. * D. A. Frederick, Jacob F. Kreps.

Buchanan, J. M., Brig.-Gen., Ilchester, Md. 23. Colonel, Philip Reade; lieutenant-colonel, Ed

Buffington, A. R., Brig.-Gen., Madison, N. J. win F. Glenn; majors, H. H. Benham, William

Bullis, John L., Brig.-Gen., San Antonio, Tex. H. Allaire, C. E. Dentler.

Burbank, Jacob E., Lieut.-Col., Malden, Mass. 24. Colonel. Daniel H. Brush; lieutenant-colonel,

Burbank, James B., Brig.-Gen., New York, N. Y. Ammon A. Augur; majors, Henry W. Hovey,

Burke, D. W., Brig.-Gen., Portland, Ore. E. F. Taggart, S. L. Faison.

Burt, Andrew S., Brig.-Gen.. Washington, D. C. 25. Colonel, Ralph W. Hoyt; lieutenant-colonel,

Burton, G. H., Brig.-Gen., Redlands, Cal. Hobart K. Bailey; majors, J. M. T. Partello,

Butler, John G., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C. · Charles W. Penrose, Francis J. Kernan.

Byrne, Charles C., Col., Washington, D. C. 26. Colonel. --- ---; lieutenant-colonel. Ed Caldwell, D. G., Lieut.-Col.. New York, N. Y. ward E. Hardin; majors, Charles J.

Calef, John H., Lieut.-Col., Gloucester, Mass. Clarke. E. E. Hatch, H. L. Roberts.

Califf, J. M., Brig.-Gen., East Smithfield, Pa. 27. Colonel. William L. Pitcher; lieutenant-colonel, Card, Benjamin C., Lieut.-Col., Cobourg. Ont.

Millard F. Waltz; majors, J. A. Emery, E. W. Carey, Asa B., Brig.-Gen., Vineyard Haven, Mass., Howe. Walter H. Chatfield.

Carlton, Caleb H., Brig.-Gen., Rye, N. Y. Colonel, Owen J. Sweet; lieutenant-colonel, Carpenter, Louis H., Brig.-Gen., Intervale, N. H. Silas A. Wolf; majors, L. H. Strother, T. W. Carr, Camillo C. C., Brig.-Gen., London, England. Griffith, Fielder M. M. Beall.

Carr, Eugene A., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C. 29. Colonel, B. C. Lockwood; lieutenant-colonel, Carrington, Henry B., Col., Hyde Park, Mass.

Charles W. Mason; majors, E. P. Pendleton, Carroll, Henry, Col., Colorado Springs, Col.
Robert L. Hirst, Henry D. Styer.

Catlin,' Isaac, Col., St. George, N. Y. 30. Colonel. Edward B. Pratt: lieutenant-colonel, Cavanaugh, H. G., Lieut.-Col.. Newcastle, Del.

Alfred C. Sharpe; majors, Charles Bryne, W. Chaffee, Adna R., Lieut.-Gen., Los Angeles, Cal. R. Abercrombie, Joseph O'Neil.

Chance, J. C., Brig.-Gen., Fremont, 0. Porto Rico Provisional Regiment - Lieutenant Chandler, John G., Col., Los Angeles, Cal.

colonel, Hobart K. Bailey; major, T. W. Grif Chipman, Henry L., Lieut.-Col., Detroit. fith.

Clague, J. J., Col., Minneapolis, Minn.
Philippine Scouts-Major, Robert W. Mearns.

Cleary, Peter J. A., Brig.-Gen., New York, N. Y.
Closson, Henry W., Col., Washington, D. C.

Clous, J. W., Brig.-Gen., Bronxville, N. Y.
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Coates, Edwin M., Col. Washington, D. C.
ABOVE THE RANK OF MAJOR-ALPHABET-

Compton, Charles E., Col., New York, N. Y.
ICALLY ARRANGED.

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

Cook, Henry C., Col., Fall River, Mass. Annual pay-Lieutenant-general, $8,250; major

Cooke, L. W., Brig.-Gen., Lemon Grove, Cal general, $5.625; brigadier-general, $4,125; colonel, Coolidge, Charles A.. Brig.-Gen., Detroit, Mich. $2.650; lieutenant-colonel, $2,250.

Cooney, Michael, Col., Washington, D. C.
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Cooper, Charles L., Brig.-Gen., Denver, Col. Abbott, Henry L., Brig.-Gen., Cambridge, Mass. Coppinger, John J., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C. Alexander, Chas. T., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C. Corbin, H. C., Lieut.-Gen., Chevy Chase, Md. Alexander, William L., Brig.-Gen., Pasadena, Cal.

Corliss, Augustus W., Col., Denver, Col. Allen, Charles J., Brig.-Gen., Silver City, N. M

Cornish, George A., Col., Demopolis, Ala. Anderson, H. R.. Col., Baltimore, Md.

Coxe, Frank M., Brig.-Gen., San Francisco, Cal. Anderson, Thos. M., Brig.-Gen., Vancouver, Wash.

Craig, Robert, Lieut.-Col., Nantucket, Mass. Andrews, George L., Col., Washington, I

Craighill, Wm. P., Brig.-Gen., Charlestown, W. Va. Andruss, E. V. A., Col., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Craigie, David J., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C. Atwood, E. B., Brig.-Gen., Chicago, Ill.

Crandall, F. M., Lieut.-Col., Aberdeen, Wash. Auman, William, Brig.-Gen., Buffalo, N

Cronkhite, H. M., Lieut.-Col., New York, N. Y. Avery, Robert. Col., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Daggett. A.'S.. Brig.-Gen., Stamford, Conn. Ayres, C. G., Lieut.-Col.. New York, N. Y.

Damrell, A. N., Lieut.-Col., Mobile, Ala. Babcock, John B.. Brig.-Gen., Ballston Spa, N. Y. Dandy, George B.. Col., Buffalo, N. Y... Bacon, John M., Col., Portland, Ore.

Darling. J. A., Lieut.-Col.. Bucksport. Me. Bailey. Clarence M., Col., Chicago, Ill.

Davis, C. L., Brig.-Gen., Schenectady, N. Y
Baily, Elisha I., Col., East Oakland, Cal.

Davis, Edward, Brig.-Gen., Honolulu, H. I.
Bainbridge. Augustus H., Lieut.-Col., Portland, Ore Davis, George W., Maj.-Gen., Washington,
Baldwin, Frank D., Brig.-Gen., Denver, Col. Davis, Wirt. Col., Washington, D. C.
Baldwin, T. A., Brig.-Gen., Catoosa Springs, Ga Day, Selden A., Lieut.-Col.. Montclair, N. J.
Ballance, John G., Lieut.-Col., Denver, Col.

Dempsey, Charles A., Col., Richmond, Va.
Barlow. John W., Brig.-Gen., New London, Conn. Derby, G. McC., Lieut.-Col., New Orleans, L&
Barr. Thomas F., Brig.-Gen., Boston, Mass.

De Russy, Isaac D., Brig.-Gen., New York, N
Bartholf, John H., Lieut.-Col.. Plattsburg, N. Y.
Bates. Alfred E.. Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C.

De Witt, Calvin, Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C.

Dimmick, E. D.. Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C. Bates, John C., Lieut.-Gen., Washington, D. C. Dodge, F. A., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C. Beaumont. Eugene B., Lieut.-Col., Wilkesbarre, Pa. | Dougherty. William E.. Brig.-Gen., Fruitvale, Cal.

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Pearson, Daniel C., Lieut.-Col., Manchester, N. H. True, Theodore E., Brig:-Gen., Los Angeles, Cal. Pearson, E. P., Col., Boston, Mass.

Tweedale, John, Lieut.-Col., Springfield, Mass. Penney, Charles G., Brig.-Gen., Nordhoff, Cal.

Van Horne, William M.. Col., Austin, Ill. Pennington, A. C. M., Brig.-Gen., New York, N. Y.

Van Valzah, David D., Col., Lewistown, Pa. Pennypacker, Galusha, Col., Philadelphia, Pa.

Van Voast, James, Col., Cincinnati, 0. Perry, Alexander, Col., Washington, D. C.

Varney, A. L., Lieut.-Col., Washington, D. C. Perry, David, Col., Washington, D. C.

Viele, Charles D., Col., Los Angeles, Cal. Phipps, Frank H., Brig.-Gen., Springfield, Mass.

Vincent, Thomas M., Col., Washington, D. C Pitman, John, Brig.-Gen., Orange, N. J.

Vodges, A. W., Brig.-Gen., San Diego, Cal. Pollock, 0. W., Lieut.-Col., Alameda. Cal.

Vroom, Peter D., Brig.-Gen., New York, N. Y. Pond, George E., Brig.-Gen., Winston-Salem, N. C. Poole, De W. C., Lieut.-Col., Madison, Wis.

Wagner, Henry, Lieut.-Col., New York, N. Y. Powell, James W., Col., New Orleans, La.

Ward, H. C., Brig.-Gen., Louisville, Ky. Pratt, Richard H., Brig.-Gen., Philadelphia, Pa

Ward, Thomas, Brig.-Gen., Rochester, N. Pratt, S., Brig.-Gen., San Francisco, Cal.

Wells, A. B., Brig.-Gen., Geneva, N. Y

Wessels, Henry W., Col., Washington, I Price, B. D., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C.

Wheaton, L., Maj.-Gen., Chicago, Ill. Quinby, Ira, Lieut.-Col., Manila, P. I.

Wheelan, J. N., Brig.-Gen., abroad. Quinton, William, Brig.-Gen., New York, N. Y.

Wheeler, D. D., Brig.-Gen., Fredericksburg, Va. Randall, George M., Brig.-Gen., Cheyenne, Wyo. Wheeler, W. B., Col., Gainesville, Fla. Randlett, J. F.. Lieut.-Col.. San Diego, Cal.

Wherry, William M., Brig.-Gen., Norfolk, Va. Rawles, J. B., Brig.-Gen., San Francisco, Cal. Whitail, s. R., Brig.-Gen., Gross Isle, Mich. Raymond, O. W., Brig.-Gen., New York, N. Y. Whittemore. James M., Col., New Haven, Conn. Reed, Henry A., Brig.-Gen., abroad.

Wilcox, J. A., Col., Hammonton, N. J. Reilly, J. W., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C. Wilcox, T. E., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C. Rexford. W. H., Lieut.-Col., abroad.

Williston, Edward B., Col., Portland, Ore. Richmond, E. T. C., Col., Toledo, O.

Wilson, Charles I., Col., New York, N. Y. Roach, G. H., Col., Washington, D. C.

Wilson, David B., Lieut.-Col., Sioux City, Iowa. Robe, C. F., Brig.-Gen., San Diego, Cal.

Wilson, J. H., Brig.-Gen., Wilmington, Del. Robert, H. M., Brig.-Gen., Oswego, N. Y.

Wilson, John M., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C. Roberts, Benj. H., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. Winne, C. K., Lieut.-Col., Albany, N. Y. Roberts, C. S., Brig.-Gen., Lakeville, Conn.

Wittich, W., Lieut.-Col., Plattsburg, N. Y. Robinson, Frank U., Brig.-Gen., San Francisco, Cal. Wolverton, W. D., Lieut.-Col., Vancouver. Rochester, W. B., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. Wood, Henry C., Col., New York, N. Y. Rodenbaugh. T. F., Brig.-Gen., New York, N. Y. | Woodhull, Alfred A., Col., Princeton, N. J. Rodgers, John I., Brig.-Gen., Savannah, Ga.

Woodruff, Carle A., Brig.-Gen., Raleigh, N. C. Rodman, J. B., Col., San Francisco, Cal.

Woodruff, Charles A., Brig.-Gen., Berkeley, Cal. Rodney, J. B., Brig.-Gen., Buffalo, N. Y.

Woodruff, Edward C., Lieut.-Col., Glen Ridge, N. J. Rogers, W. P., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D.

Woodruff, Ezra, Lieut.-Col., Saratoga, N. Y. Rose, T. E., Lieut.-Col., Washington, D. (

Woodward, Geo. A., Brig.-Gen., Washington, Rucker, Daniel H., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C. Woodward, S. L,, Brig.-Gen., St. Louis, Mo. Runkle, B. P., Lieut.-Col., Germantown, 0.

Wygant, Henry, Col., Cranford, N. J. Sanford, George B., Col., Litchfield, Conn.

Young, S. B. M., Lieut.-Gen., Yellowstone Park, Sanger, Joseph P., Maj.-Gen., Washington,

Wyo.
Savage, E. B., Lieut.-Col., Omaha, Neb.
Sawtelle, C. G., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C.

UNITED STATES ARMY PAY TABLE.
Saxton, Rufus, Col., Washington, D. C.
Scantling, J. C., Lieut.-Col., Washington, D

Annual salaries of officers in active service and Schwan, Theodore, Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. . on retired list: Scully, J. W., Col., Atlanta, Ga. Shaler, Charles, Brig.-Gen., Indianapolis, Ind.

Grade.

Active. Retired. Shea, Thomas, Lieut.-Col., Westport, Ky.

Lieutenant-general ...

..$11,000 $8,250 Sheridan, M. V., Brig.-Gen., Carlisle, Pa.

Major-general ......

7,000 5,625 Sickles, Daniel E., Maj.-Gen., New York, N. Y.

Brigadier-general

5,500 4,125 Simpson, John, Brig.-Gen., Auburn, R. I.

Colonel

3,500 2,650 Simpson, Marcus D. L., Col., Riverside, Ill.

Lieutenant-colonel

3.000 2,250 Smith, Allen, Brig.-Gen., Fort Wright, Wash,

Major ..........

2,500 1,875 Smith, Frank G., Brig.-Gen., Washington, D.

Captain, mounted...

2,000 1,500 Smith, Jacob H., Brig.-Gen., Ann Arbor, Mich.

Captain, unmounted..

1,800 1,350 Smith, Jared A., Brig.-Gen., Cleveland, O.

First lieutenant, mounted....

1,600 1,200 Smith, Joseph R., Col., Philadelphia, Pa,

First lieutenant, unmounted..

1,500 1,125 Smith, Rodney, Col., St. Paul, Minn.

Second lieutenant, mounted......... 1,500 1,125 Smith, W., Brig.-Gen., Pelham Manor, N. Y.

Second lieutenant, unmounted....... 1,400 1,050 Snyder, Simon, Brig.-Gen., Reading, Pa.

After five years' service 10 per cent is added to Stanton, William, Brig.-Gen., abroad.

the salaries at intervals of five years until the Stanton, W. S., Col., abroad.

increase amounts to 40 per cent of the pay of Steedman, Clarence A., Col., Washington, D. C. the grade. Thus a colonel after twenty years' Sternberg, G. M.. Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C. Stickney, Amos, Brig.-Gen., New York, N. Y.

Noncommissioned officers get from $18 to $45 a Story, John P., Maj.-Gen., Los Angeles, Cal. month and private soldiers get $13. Officers and Stretch, John F., Col., Marion, Ind.

enlisted men serving in the Philippines, Porto Sullivan, Thomas C., Brig.-Gen., Berkeley Springs, Rico, Hawaii and Alaska get 10 and 20 per cent W. Va.

additional, respectively. Summerhayes, J. W., Lieut.-Col.. New Bedford,

Mass.
Summers, John E., Col., Atlantic City, N. J.

MILITARY DEPARTMENT OF THE LAKES.
Sumner, E. V., Brig.-Gen., Syracuse, N. Y.
Sumner, s. s., Maj-Gen., Syracuse, N. Y.

Headquarters, 5th floor Federal building, Chicago. Suter, C. R., Brig.-Gen.. Roxbury, N. Y.

Commander-Brig.-Gen. W. H. Carter. Swigert, s. M., Col., San Francisco, Cal.

Aid-de-Camp-Second Lieut. J. S. Jones.

Aid-de-Camp-Second Lieut. W. V. Carter. Tavlor. A. O., Brig.-Gen., Tacoma, Wash.

Chief of Staff-Lieut.-Col. G. A. Dodd. Taylor. Frank, Brig.-Gen., Seattle, Wash.

Adjutant-General-Lieut.-Col. F. S. Strong. Thompson, J. M.. Brig.-Gen., Salt Lake City, Utah. Inspector-General-Col. G. F. Chase. Thorp. Frank, Brig.-Gen., Washington, D. C. Judge Advocate-Lieut.-Col. Harvey C. Carbaugh. Tiernon, J. L., Brig.-Gen., Buffalo, N. Y.

Chief Quartermaster-Lieut.-Col. William W. RobTilford, J. G., Brig.-Gen., Fisher's Island, N. Y. inson, Jr. Tompkins, C. H., Col., Washington, D. C.

Chief Commissary-Lieut.-Col. F. F. Eastman. Towar, A. S., Col., Lincoln, Neb.

Chief Surgeon-Col. P. F. Harvey. Town, F. L., Col., Lancaster, N. H.

Chief Paymaster-Col. W. F. Tucker. Townsend, Edwin F., Col., Washington, D. C. Chief Engineer Officer-Lieut.-Col. W. H. Bixby.

the gradets $4,50ed oitichet's get Philippine per

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