(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Annual Report of the Adjutant General, year ending December 31, 1896"

\V\1o 

A 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT .... .... No. 7. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



ADJUTANT GENEBAL 



OF THE 



Cflmntontxttalifr ai Ulassacfrujtttis 



FOR THE 



Year ending December 30, 1896. 



BOSTON : 
WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS, 

18 Post Office Square. 
1897. 



I: 



f3 11897 



ft 
ANNUAL REPORT. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Dec. 31, 1896. 

His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, Roger Wolcott, 

Commander-in- Chief. 

Governor : — I have the honor most respectfully to sub- 
mit the annual report of this office for the year 1896. 

Militia. 

The year past has been the most satisfactory year for 
work and progress I have ever known. All commands as a 
whole have been energetic, great advance has been made in 
practical work, troops have a better idea of what they are for 
and what is expected of them by the Commonwealth. Offi- 
cers and men better realize their own importance, and study 
and work has been continuous, showing excellent results. I 
can safely say that the militia as a whole is in a most satis- 
factory condition, well equipped, earnest and ready to per- 
form its whole duty. 

Officers and men are entitled to commendation for hard, 
earnest work and a desire to still further improve the service. 

Reference to the report of Lieut. Col. Jacob Kline, 
U. S. A., on duty with the State force at camps, under 
orders from the War Department, confirms my opinion of 
the condition of the militia. 

For details of the year's work by the troops, I refer to the 
reports of inspecting and commanding officers. 

The board of officers established in orders to make a new 
code of regulations has been delayed in the work on account 
of the revisions of regulations of the United States army and 
the drill regulations. The light artillery drill has been re- 
vised, and soon the infantry drill revision will be published, 
when the board can complete its work. 



4 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The organizations of the militia remain the same, with the 
exception of a few changes made by Acts and Resolves of the 
Legislature, the past year. 

Chapter 182 changed the organization of the Naval Brigade 
by reducing the number of commissioned officers, of petty 
staff officers and commissioned officers of companies, and by 
adding a torpedo and engineer division to brigade head- 
quarters, altogether making a slight increase in total number 
of the brigade. 

Chapter 289 placed the United States steamer " Minne- 
sota " in charge of this office, and made an appropriation for 
alterations to accommodate the headquarters and four com- 
panies of Naval Brigade on board, as an armory. 

Chapter 348 changed the law relative to service medals, 
making service accumulative instead of continuous. 

Chapter 425 allowed officers recommended for discharge, 
for inefficiency, to be heard in their own behalf. 

The strength of the militia, as allowed by law, is 458 
officers, 5,896 enlisted men. Number on pay rolls, Decem- 
ber, 438 officers, 5,608 enlisted men. 



Tours of Duty. 

The annual encampment and drills required by law were 
performed under General Orders from this office, appended, 
with the reports of duty, to this report. 

Company A, First Battalion Cavalry, performed duty as 
escort to your Honor on the occasion of the annual visit to 
Harvard College, June 24. 

Details have been, on application, ordered to pay funeral 
honors to deceased officers and men. 

Detachments from Companies C and G, Sixth Infantry, 
Company M, Ninth Infantry, Company D, Second Cadets, 
and Battery C, were detailed for duty at the funeral of the 
late Governor Greenhalge, at Lowell, on March 9. 

A detachment of Battery A were detailed for duty to fire 
minute guns on Boston Common during the funeral pro- 
cession at Lowell. 

A detachment of First Corps of Cadets, with Companies B, 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 5 

First Infantry, and B, Fifth Infantry, were ordered for duty 
at the funeral of the late Ex- Gov. William E. Russell, at 
Cambridge, July 20. 

The President of the United States was received at the 
depot in Boston on July 20, by yourself and detail of staff, 
and escorted to Cambridge to attend the funeral of Ex-Gov. 
William E. Russell. 

November 16 and 17, details consisting of commissioned 
and non-commissioned officers of the First Battalion of Light 
Artillery and Battery A visited Fort Warren for target 
practice with projectiles, and under the supervision of Capt. 
A. D. Schenck of Fort Warren good results were obtained. 
I refer you to reports of inspectors and Major L. N. Duches- 
ney on this duty. 

Enrolled Militia. 
Returns from cities and towns show the number of en- 
rolled militia as per table attached. Although these returns 
are required by both State and United States law, and a 
penalty attaches for non-compliance, there are a few cities 
and towns that are remiss in making such return. It is the 
intent of the office to call the attention of the Attorney Gen- 
eral to delinquents, in order that means may be taken to 
enforce the law, and enable this office to perform the duty re- 
quired of it in reporting the strength of the militia, active 
and enrolled. The following towns have made no returns 
for the year 1896 : Sandwich, Wales, Wareham, South- 
bridge and Spencer. The town of Southbridge has made no 
returns for the last four years. 



Rifle Practice. 

This department has made good progress during the year, 
under the most efficient direction of Col. George F. Hall, 
inspector general of rifle practice, who has rendered most 
valuable service, for details of which attention is called to 
the report of that office. 

The appropriation for this department was $15,000, of 
which $14,909.65 has been expended. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Heavy Artillery. 

This work has received more attention the present year 
than ever. Excellent progress has been made, under the 
direction of Lieut. Col. Carle A. Woodruff, commandant at 
Fort Warren. Lectures were given at the armories during 
the winter by Lieut. E. M. Weaver, Jr., of the regular 
army. A programme was formulated, and at the tour of 
duty of the First Infantry at Fort Warren the work of the 
winter was practically carried out, the regiment showing 
much study and application and a most intelligent under- 
standing of heavy artillery drill. 

I refer you to the report of Lieut. E. M. Weaver, 
IT. S. A., on the tour of duty at Fort Warren. 

The advance in the work of heavy artillery by the First 
Regiment, the earnestness shown by the War Department 
and officers of the regular army in the very important work 
of sea-coast defence have been most satisfactory, and I recom- 
mend that the matter of changing the First Infantry to a 
heavy artillery regiment receive consideration by the Legis- 
lature. 

The Commonwealth is greatly indebted to Lieut. Col. 
Carle A. Woodruff, Capt. A. D. Schenck and Lieut. E. M. 
Weaver, Jr., and the officers of Fort Warren for the interest 
they have shown in the State force and for earnest work in 
their behalf. Capt. A. D. Schenck lectured to officers of 
the light batteries, and good results followed. 

Quartermaster General's Department. 

An additional number of mess kits and ovens for emer- 
gency duty have been purchased during the year. 

The breast plates, martingales and saddle cloths of the 
cavalry have been discarded, and blankets have been issued 
in place of saddle cloths and new halter bridles have been 
ordered. 

A swimming tank or pond is very essential at the camp 
ground for the troops, and an appropriation should be made 
for it, and also the piping for water, which will have to be 
extended and hydrants put in near the large stables, as a 
precaution against fire. The old boiler became useless for 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 7 

pumping water by being worn out, and a new and larger 
boiler has been put in. The pump now in use is not quite 
large enough. A larger one should be purchased and the 
old one retained for use in case of an emergency. 

The question of rationing troops on duty at camps now 
permissible by law should receive attention. My opinion is 
that a good ration equal if not better than now furnished by 
companies can be obtained at a less price. I believe that 
the State should try something in this line to lessen the ex- 
pense of companies, which is now paid by themselves. It is 
a matter which requires a great deal of thought and consider- 
ation. A board of officers detailed for the purpose, if in 
their wisdom it would be beneficial to make a departure 
from the present system, could formulate some plan by which 
a beginning could be made by the State furnishing the 
rations, either through a caterer or some better plan, de- 
ducting, as now allowed, the pay for rations from the pay of 
troops. I am not and never have been in favor of issuing an 
army ration in time of peace. The soldier should be well 
taken care of in time of peace. When emergency comes is 
time enough for short rations. 

The military property at the State arsenal is in good con- 
dition, and the reports of inspection of property in the hands 
of troops show it to be well cared for and in good condition* 
with the exception of knapsacks which have been long in use. 
I hesitate to recommend the purchase of new knapsacks of 
the styles offered for sale, and hope that soon a new one 
may be invented which will relieve the soldier from so much 
leather strap and harness on the breast, and which will allow 
full play of the lungs and arms. 

Web cartridge belts have been ordered, and will be issued 
as soon as received. These supplies were much needed to 
take the place of the obsolete leather belts, and cost less 
than the leather equipment. All leather belts and cartridge 
boxes will be turned in and packed away at the State arsenal, 
for emergency use. 

The amount received and turned over to the treasury from 
the sales of condemned property is $701.85, of which there 
has been expended $699.16. 

All old and useless military property of the Common- 



8 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

wealth has been ordered in to the State arsenal, and will be 
condemned. 

All obsolete and useless military property of the United 
States has been condemned, and disposition made of the 
same under directions from the War Department. 

The usual repairs on buildings at the State camp ground 
have been made during the year, at a small expense. 

Grading has been done where needed, and the camp 
ground is in good condition. 

The amount appropriated for grading was $1,000; ex- 
pended, $993.39. 

A mess room for the Ambulance and Signal Corps has 
been erected, they being heretofore obliged to furnish their 
own mess tent and pay for the same. 

The tentage is in good condition, most of it being nearly 
new. 

Returns of property from companies have been more 
promptly received, an improvement in property accounts is 
noticeable and but few losses have been made. 



Armories. 

January 14 the Naval Brigade headquarters and companies 
A, B, C and D were removed to the United States steamer 
" Minnesota," from the south armory. Quarters were fitted 
up for them, and it is now their armory. An appropriation 
of $8,200 was made for fitting the ship and running ex- 
penses, the amount expended being $7,987.05. 

The city of Fall River expects to move the troops into the 
new armory early in the coming year. 

Clinton is furnishing a new armory, into which the troops 
will move as soon as it is completed. 

The town of Greenfield during the month of June made 
changes which were an improvement in armory accommo- 
dations for Company L, Second Regiment. 

The city of Newburyport moved Company A, Eighth 
Regiment, into new quarters late in 1895, and the company 
is better accommodated. 

The armory of Company H, Eighth Regiment, at Salem, 
has been remodelled, and they have now better quarters. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7 



The city of Waltham, late in December, 1895, provided 
new quarters for Company F, Fifth Regiment. The old 
armory being condemned early in the present year, the com- 
pany was well located in its new quarters. 

The poor armory at Taunton is still occupied by Company 
F, First Infantry, but the city is making provisions for a 
new one. 

The armories erected under chapter 366, Acts of 1888, in 
charge of this office, are generally in good condition. The 
two Boston armories have never been properly completed, on 
account of lack of appropriation, but it is understood that 
the city of Boston has provided the means for proper addi- 
tions and completion of the armories. 

The amount appropriated the past year for the care and 
furnishing of the above armories is $20,000. Of this there 
has been expended, exclusive of bills due Jan. 1, 1897, as 
follows : — 



Irvington Street armory, Boston, . 
East Newton Street armory, Boston 
Worcester armory, 
Lowell armory, 
Fitchburg armory, 
Lynn armory, . 
Lawrence armory, 
Springfield armory 



$3,749 96 


3,980 66 


2,485 89 


1,875 58 


1,763 64 


1,949 73 


1,315 13 


1,698 21 


818,818 80 



The appropriation for furnishing the Fall River armory is 
$2,200. Small expenditures have been made and new fur- 
nishings have been ordered. 

Armory rent rolls were received from cities and towns and 
from inspecting officers and from company commanders , 
reports. Allowances were made and certified to the Auditor 
for payment. 

The amount of appropriation for armory rents is $37,000. 
Amount paid to cities and towns of this appropriation is 
$36,732.01. This includes wharf berth for United States 
steamer " Minnesota." 



10 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Adjutant General's Office. 

All money accounts for the year, except those due Jan. 1, 
1897, have been prepared and certified to the Auditor for 
payment. 

There has been expended for transportation and pay of 
troops, supplies, printing and direct expense of the militia 
and this office, from the annual appropriation, the sum of 
$175,010.19. Pay and transportation of troops is the major 
part of this amount, and is increased or diminished with the 
percentage of attendance on tours of duty of organizations, 
which this year has been large. 

There has been expended in the routine work of war 
records, salaries of clerks, postage and printing, the sum of 
$6,200.00. 

On Jan. 1, 1896, there was standing to the credit of the 
Commonwealth at the War Department at Washington, of 
the appropriation for armory and equipping the militia, the 
sum of $9,790.16. The allotment of July 1, 1896, was $12,- 
939. 18, making a total credit of $22,729.34. There has been 
expended by drawing supplies of arms and munition the sum 
of $22,517.19, leaving a balance available of $212.15. 

The appropriation by the Navy Department for equip- 
ping the Naval Brigade has been drawn upon ; boats, guns, 
etc., have been received, and a balance is unexpended. I 
am unable to give the balance now due the Commonwealth, 
as returns and charges, though asked for, have not been 
received from Washington. 

A new system of pay rolls for paying troops was adopted 
this year, and it has materially lessened the work for all and 
insured prompt payment. If an advance of money to pay- 
masters could be made it would be of great assistance to 
companies. 

The correction and completion of the record of Massachu- 
setts officers, sailors and marines who served in the United 
States Navy during the war has been continued. Many 
names have been added and corrections made. The amount 
appropriated for this work is $2,000. There has been ex- 
pended $1,948.51. 

The rewriting of the records of officers and soldiers of the 
Rebellion, by authority of chapter 121, Resolves of 1895, 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 11 

has progressed as rapidly as careful work will allow. The 
amount appropriated was $2,500. The balance unexpended 
was $549.15. There has been expended during the year, of 
this amount, $2,000, leaving a balance of $1,049.15 available. 
An additional appropriation to continue the work will be 
required. 

By the Acts of 1895, chapter 121, provisions were made 
for rewriting the record books containing the names and the 
services of Massachusetts soldiers, 1861-65. At the close 
of the last half of the year, the transcription of the records 
of 1,912 men in 26 companies had been effected. During 
the present year 14 organizations, containing 82 companies, 
have been written in book form, containing the names and 
records of 7,414 men, making a total of 9,326 names, and in 
this work some 400 insufficient and incorrect records have 
been completed and 2,527 names of soldiers connected with 
their subsequent enlistment and service. The work has 
progressed as rapidly as possible consistent with painstaking 
care, and the officer in charge of the work is commended for 
his zeal in the discharge of this duty. 

The system which has prevailed, has been to commence 
with the earliest organization, and to take them in order. 
The regiments and companies which have thus far been com- 
pleted are the short-term organizations. 

The original muster rolls of the men who entered the 
service of the country to the credit of Massachusetts during 
the war of the Rebellion are becoming disintegrated from 
the lapse of over thirty years and the handling which they 
have received during that period. Now, when it is neces- 
sary to handle these papers, pieces drop from them which 
might be overlooked and a portion of a record thus lost. 
As these rolls increase in value as years go by, it would be 
well to consider the advisability of having them securely 
mounted on strong silk gauze and bound in a substantial 
manner, which would enable the examination of records to 
be conducted at all times without detriment. This would 
necessitate an appropriation for the purpose, should the 
Legislature in its wisdom determine to take these pre- 
cautions, which are here recommended for the preservation 
of these priceless papery. 

The records of naval enlistments and service have so far 



12 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

progressed as to render it possible to card and case them 
for accessible and convenient reference. 

Recommendations . 

The matter of field engineering having received consider- 
able attention the past year, the question of establishing an 
engineer corps either by consolidating the Signal Corps and 
transferring the signal work to regiments, in which case 
those men who preferred the signal work could be trans- 
ferred, or making an entirely new corps, should receive 
consideration. I am satisfied that this should be done, but 
whether each brigade should have an engineer corps, or be 
consolidated in one command, is a question to be decided 
later. If two organizations are allowed, they should at 
least be in one armory, in order to have the benefit of all 
appliances and general uniform instruction. 

I am much indebted to the Assistant Adjutant General, 
Col. William C. Capelle, and the clerks of this office, for 
faithful discharge of duties. 

Your Honor's attention is called to the reports of the 
surgeon general, judge advocate general, inspector general, 
and inspector general of rifle practice, which will accompany 
the priuted report. 

It is with sadness that I record the death of His Excel- 
lency Governor Frederic T. Greenhalge, Commander-in- 
Chief, at his home in Lowell, on the fifth day of March of 
the present year. Of an exalted mind, fearless in perform- 
ance of his official duties, kind to all, he leaves a sweet 
memory to us. His struggle with disease was as exalted as 
his mind, his bravery unquestioned, his self-sacrifice and 
unselfishness in his sickness were noble indeed ; he died 
honored and respected. 

I desire in closing this report to thank Your Honor for 
many courtesies and kind services given me, and to express 
to the staff my appreciation of many courtesies. 

Respectfully submitted, 

SAMUEL DALTON, 

Adjutant General. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 13 



EEPOET OF THE INSPECTORS DEPAETMENT. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Inspector General's Office, Boston, Nov. 30, 1896. 

To the Adjutant General. 

This department most respectfully submits the annual report 
for the year 1896. 

The armory inspections were performed by the regimental and 
battalion commanders, and reports were forwarded to the inspector 
general. 

As a rule, companies were found in good condition. Those 
which were reported fair or weak in certain particulars were 
notified that improvement was expected. The inspectors found 
companies in better condition than heretofore, and work in the 
winter was performed with more zeal. Continued attention to 
armory facilities was given by inspecting officers, and on their 
reports many improvements have been made in the accommoda- 
tions for troops. 

Improvement has been made the past year in the keeping of 
books and papers ; officers better understand the manner of 
endorsements, of keeping proper records and the proper forward- 
ing of official papers. More improvement can be made, however, 
and certain officers should give this matter proper attention. 

The camps and annual drills of all the commands were credit- 
able, showing improvement in many ways. Attendance in the 
aggregate was excellent. More attention given to care of 
quarters. Discipline and military courtesy was good. The tours 
of duty were most satisfactory to the Commonwealth and to 
officers and men. 

Improvements still can be made in some companies in the 
selection of non-commissioned officers. Under the new drill 
regulations they have more duties to perform and of a more im- 
portant nature than ever before, and none but well-instructed men 
should be appointed ; and, after appointment, if they cease to 
properly fill their positions, others should take their place. 

At the completion of each tour of duty during the year reports 
were made by the assistant inspectors, copies of which were 
forwarded to brigade and battalion commanders, and shortcomings 



14 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

were pointed out. I desire to commend the commanding officers 
for earnestly working to improve their commands where it was 
indicated and required. 

Practical field work received attention during the year with good 
results, and should be continued the coming year with a wider 
range and better facilities. 

Practical work with the troops in campaign uniform and the 
absence of show and pomp has been a great factor in putting the 
militia at its present good standard. It is believed that the young 
soldier learns more of his importance as a citizen soldier by such 
instruction, and his interest in his work is more lasting and 
beneficial. 

A few companies are not up to the standard of the militia, and 
early inspections of these companies, with a view to determine 
what disposition to make of them, should be made. 

First Regiment. 

The tour of duty of this regiment of camp and annual drill was 
most creditable, as is also shown by reports of Lieut. E. M. 
Weaver, Jr., U. S. A., who had charge of the heavy artillery drill, 
and of Lieut. Col. Jacob Kline, Ninth U. S. Infantry, on detail 
at the camps by order of the War Department. 

Discipline and military courtesy was all that could be desired. 
Much advance was made in heavy artillery work, and the regiment 
now has the nucleus from which to make a most reliable organiza- 
tion for coast defence. The regiment is commended for duty 
well performed. 

Second Regiment of Infantry. 

This command has fully maintained the high standard which has 
characterized it in the past, and the outlook is favorable for even 
better work in the future than has been done hitherto. This 
regiment is well commanded, and earnest in its work. 

Fifth Regiment of Infantry. 

Good results have come from all duty performed by this regi- 
ment. I have no special recommendations to offer. Weak 
companies have shown improvement, and the regiment is in good 
condition and well commanded. 

Sixth Regiment of Infantry. 

While this regiment performed good duty, the slight loss of 
interest developed in it in the early months of the year and during 
camp has not been fully recovered. Several companies are weak 
in numbers, and the attendance and greater activity should be 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 15 

developed, to improve the efficiency of this command in keeping 
with its personnel and capacity. Companies that are weak should 
receive attention. 

Eighth Regiment of Infantry. 
The field work of this regiment and discipline of troops while 
under arms has very much improved during the past year, but 
this fine showing in the field is marred by a few companies that 
are below the general average of efficiency, and are lacking in the 
proper conception and sense of correct military etiquette and 
discipline which is so necessary for the successful administration 
of any command. Three companies of this regiment are not so 
strong as they should be. 

Ninth Regiment of Infantry. 
At camp and annual drill there was a most noticeable improve- 
ment in conduct and military bearing of this command. Its duty 
was well performed and its discipline good. The criticisms on 
this regiment in past years relative to lack of control of enlisted 
men off duty cannot be made this year, and the regiment is to be 
congratulated on its improvement in performance of duty and 
morale. This regiment should take up field work during the 
coming winter, and be made ready to construct temporary rifle 
pits and the like at its next year's duty. One company is weak, 
and should receive attention. 

First Corps of Cadets. 

This command is excellent in every respect. Attendance is 
good, and its whole duty is performed in a soldierly manner. 

Second Corps of Cadets. 

This command has been progressive and performed good tours 
of duty. It increased in attendance, the lack of prompt and 
energetic action of past few years has disappeared, and the com- 
mand will soon reach the standard it should. 

The camp duty was well performed. Discipline and attendance 
good, and, notwithstanding they encamped for the first time on 
new, rough grounds, the duty was most commendable. 

Naval Brigade. 

This command has made advances over previous years. The 
acquisition of a suitable ship, devoted to its sole use, has tended 
very materially to the improvement of discipline, and the solidifica- 
tion, so to speak, of the brigade. More attention should be paid 



16 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

to keeping up the enlistment to the maximum, but greater care 
should be exercised as to the character of recruits in some of the 
divisions. 

First Battalion Light Artillery. 

This command is in good condition, and has shown improve- 
ment during the year. Personnel, discipline and general drill are 
improved. 

Battery A, Light Artillery. 

This comparatively new command is making good progress, 
showing intelligent work. Attendance can be improved. 

First Battalion Cavalry. 

This command is in good condition, and performed a most 
creditable year's work. 

Company F, Cavalry. 

Has during the year shown marked improvement and has per- 
formed very satisfactory duty. 

Ambulance Corps. 

This corps did its usual good duty in details at each camp, and 
its annual drill was performed as a corps. Attendance at fall 
drill was not so strong as it should have been. The importance 
of the work of this command cannot be over-estimated. 

Signal Corps, First Brigade. 

This corps performed its duty well, and added some field 
engineering to its other duties. 

Signal Corps, Second Brigade. 

This corps performed excellent tours of duty, and its field 
engineering was considerable In addition to making gabions and 
facines, it constructed in a short time a bridge at the camp ground, 
which was well constructed, showing study and application. 

It is believed by this department that changes, where they can 
be made without detriment, would be most beneficial to the Com- 
monwealth and the militia in cities and towns where more than 
one company is located. They should all belong to one command 
and be located under one roof. In some cities there are from two 
to four companies belonging to two or three different regiments. 
When located in the large armory, the interests are diversified and 
complications often arise under the law as to authority. To cite 
a case : Worcester under one roof has four infantry companies, 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 17 

three of the Second and one of the Ninth ; Cambridge has two 
companies, one of the First and one of the Fifth ; Lowell has 
under one roof four companies, two of the Sixth, one of the 
Ninth, and one of the Second Corps of Cadets; and others are 
similarly located. 

No one can doubt that efficiency would be promoted in all of 
these cases by transfer where possible and at the proper time, and 
which would do no injury to efficiency of the whole. With 
companies located in one armory as a battalion under a resident 
major, greater esprit de corps and materially better troops would 
result. This question this department feels to be important 
enough to at least receive serious consideration. 

The State force as a body are entitled to commendation for a 
year's earnest, hard, practical work, which has shown excellent 
results. Table of attendance is attached to this report. 

I desire to commend the services of the assistant inspectors 
general of this department, who have given much time and 
intelligent work to their duties. 

I regret that Col. Percy Parker, for business reasons, was 
obliged to resign. Graduating from West Point and serving as 
an officer in the United States Army, he was a most valuable 
officer to the department, and ably performed his duties. 

Respectfully submitted, for the department, 

SAMUEL DALTON, 

Inspector General. 



18 



ADJUTANT GEXEEAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Table of Attendance of Troops (exclusive of Bands) for Duty 
required by Laiv during the Tear 1896. 



ORGANIZATION. 



Headquarters First Brigade, 
Headquarters Second Brigade, 
First Regiment of Infantry, 
Second Regiment of Infantry, 
Fifth Regiment of Infantry, 
Sixth Regiment of Infantry, 
Eighth Regiment of Infantry, 
Ninth Regiment of Infantry, 
Naval Brigade, . 
First Corps of Cadets, 
Second Corps of Cadets, 
First Battalion Cavalry, 
First Battalion Light Artillery, 
Battery A, . 
Troop F, Cavalry, 
Ambulance Corps, 
Signal Corps, First Brigade, 
Signal Corps, Second Brigade, 

Total, .... 



Annual 

]>RILL. 



46 

45 

46 

47 

41 

47 

41 

20 

16 

13 

9 

5 

4 

3 

1 

1 



385 



Off. Men. 



703 

656 

606 

568 

561 

623 

390 

249 

180 

153 

151 

68 

76 

34 

20 

22 



5,060 



Total. 



749 

701 

652 

615 

602 

670 

431 

269 

196 

166 

160 

73 

80 

37 

21 

23 



5,445 



Camps. 



Off. 



11 

10 

46 

48 

45 

47 

41 

47 

41 

20 

16 

13 

14 

5 

4 

3 

1 

1 



413 



Men. 



7 

8 

703 

680 

689 

653 

700 

651 

390 

249 

180 

153 

162 

68 

76 

45 

22 

25 



5,461 



Total. 

18 
18 

749 

728 

734 

700 

741 

698 

431 

269 

196 

166 

176 

73 

80 

48 

23 

26 



5,874 



Five companies in the Sixth Infantry and three of the Eighth 
Infantry by small attendance materially reduced the attendance at 
annual drill. 

The attendance of Naval Brigade was not all it should have 
been. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 19 



REPORT OF INSPECTION OF THE NATIONAL GUARD 

OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



[Duplicate.] 
Madison Barracks, New York, Sept. 20, 1896. 
Adjutant General, U. S. Army, Washington, D. C. 

Genkral : — In compliance with Paragraph 5, Special Orders 
No. 127, headquarters of the army, Adjutant General's Office, 
Washington, D. C, May 29, 1896, I have the honor to submit 
the following : — 

I reported by letter to the Adjutant General of the State of 
Massachusetts, and, upon notification from him that my presence 
was desired at the camp of the First Brigade, M. V. M., South 
Framingham, Mass., June 9, 1896, I proceeded to that place, 
reaching there June 8, 1896. I reported in person to His Excel- 
lency the Governor, upon his arrival at camp, for such duty as 
might be required of me. 

My services not being required, after the first encampment, 
for nearly a month, I rejoined my station, returning to Hingham, 
Mass., July 10, 1896, and remained on duty continuously until 
the completion of the duty for which I was detailed, reporting 
back to my post Aug. 18, 1896. 

I was most courteously received and hospitably entertained. 
Every consideration was shown me, and everything done for my 
comfort that I could ask for or expect by all with whom I came 
in contact. 

By letter of instructions sent me from the military information 
division, War Department, I am directed to report under the fol- 
lowing headings, viz. : — 

8. Ambulance Corps and Hospital Corps. — Organization, 
Equipment and Efficiency. 

By State statute au Ambulance Corps is attached to the militia, 
the same to be under the orders of the surgeon general. The 
strength is that of an infantry company. Two of the officers, 
captain and first lieutenant, shall be medical officers. The com- 
missioned officers are appointed by the Commander-in-Chief. The 



20 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

captain appoints his non-commissioned officers. As organized, it 
consists of 3 officers, 7 sergeants, 10 corporals and 41 privates. 
An ambulance is attached to the corps. A drill prepared by Capt. 
Myles Standish, commanding Ambulance Corps, under the direc- 
tion of the surgeon general, has been adopted and is prescribed 
for the use of the corps and instruction of company bearers, four 
men being detailed in each company of the line for this duty. 
Throughout the year weekly drills are held by the corps, which 
include lectures upon first aid or emergency work of a "medical 
or medico-military nature," recitations on these lectures, litter 
drills and such other military exercises as would be useful in 
handling the organization in case of necessity. The corps can 
be called into service at any time within an hour by means of an 
alarm list on file in the office of the surgeon general. This list 
gives the day and night telephone address of each member of the 
corps. The equipment is different from that of the United States 
Army, being designed for such work as may arise not only during 
the tour of duty with the militia but for street work at times of 
great civil and military processions. 

In camp the work is practical, it including the use of the ambu- 
lance, handling wounded men on horseback, pitching hospital tents, 
improvising litters, travois and splints, in the woods, etc., hospital 
attendance upon the sick and transportation of such wounded per- 
sons as fall to their care. I attended an inspection of the corps 
at the First Brigade camp, and witnessed a drill at the Second 
Brigade camp. The men were neat, soldierly in their bearing, 
thoroughly well up in their duties, and reflected credit on their 
chief. By Paragraph 36, Drill Regulations Ambulance Corps, 
M. V. M., the equipment of a private consists of kit (half of the 
litter which is carried by each man) and leather litter sling, duty 
pouch and belt, knife, canteen, haversack and knapsack. For the 
sergeants, duty pouch and belt, canteen, knapsack and non-com- 
missioned officer's sword. The duty pouch is furnished with four 
triangular bandages, three assorted roller bandages, one of which, 
with a pair of scissors, serves for a tourniquet ; small package of 
corrosive sublimate tablets, first aid package, spool of adhesive 
plaster, scissors, dozen safety pins, one ounce bottle each of 
aromatic spirits of ammonia, essence of ginger and whiskey. 

There is no hospital corps. The medical department consists 
of a surgeon general, appointed by and on the staff of the Com- 
mander-in-Chief ; a medical director for each brigade, appointed 
by the brigade commander ; and the surgeons and assistant sur- 
geons, appointed by the regimental, battalion and separate com- 
manders, who hold office during the pleasure of the appointing 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 21 

power. An examining board passes on the qualifications of the 
officer before the commission issues. Each brigade and organiza- 
tion has a hospital steward. 

Inspections of the camp were made daily by medical officers. 
At those I attended I found the sanitary condition good, police of 
grounds and stables very good, sinks disinfected, slops and offal 
placed in the proper receptacles and removed from the grounds, 
water supply ample and of good quality. 

At the State camp ground at South Framingham is a frame 
building erected for hospital purposes, having all the appurte- 
nances thereto, capacity six beds. The emergency chest, operat- 
ing table and all the appliances, etc., are sent to this camp, and 
on requisition to the other camps. Each regiment and separate 
organization has in addition its hospital tent with four beds com- 
plete. Each medical officer is furnished with a field operating 
case and each organization with a medicine chest. No serious 
case of sickness was reported. Everything connected with this 
department was in excellent order and condition. 

9. Signal Corps. — Organization, Equipment and Efficiency. 

First Brigade, 1 officer aud 25 men ; Second Brigade, 1 officer 
and 25 men. 

Signalling was carried on with the flag at Fort Warren by the 
First Infantry. 

The equipment on hand is: 6 signal kits, U. S., 10 signal lan- 
terns, 2 heliographs, 6 signal haversacks, 6 signal canteens. 

The men were expert, and received messages by flag and torch 
with commendable celerity. 

Owing to the limited equipment that can be procured from the 
general government, it was contemplated transferring this duty 
to details from regiments, and assigning this corps to pioneer and 
engineering duties. This was not done for this encampment, but 
in addition to their signal work the corps went into the woods and 
constructed gabions and fascines, and the Second Corps detach- 
ment built a bridge with trees felled in the woods. The work was 
well done. 

12. Encampment. — By Regiment, Brigade or Division? 
Period of Duration? Location? Any Regular Troops 
encamped with State Troops? 

Encampments by brigade, regiment or battalion are authorized 
by law, and five days in each encampment are required. 

The First Brigade at South Framingham, June 9 to 13 ; the 
Second Brigade at South Framingham, July 21 to 25. 



22 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The State owns the camp ground. It is ample for all require- 
ments of camp and parade purposes, and for close order drills of 
the organizations ; twenty-one miles west of Boston, on Boston & 
Albany Railroad. 

The First Infantry at Fort Warren, Mass., August 4 to 8. Gov- 
ernment reservation. First Corps of Cadets at Hingham, Mass., 
five days, as authorized by law (the annual field day and two days 
given without pay), July 11 to 18. Ground owned by the corps. 
Second Corps of Cadets at Boxford, Mass., on Boston & Maine 
Railroad, thirty miles from Boston, August 11 to 15. Ground 
bonded by the corps, with privilege of purchase. 

No regular troops encamped with militia. 

13. Mobilization. — (a) Points of Concentration for Ser- 
vice in State ; (b) Points of Concentration for Ser- 
vice out of State ; (c) Time required for Concentra- 
tion for Service either in or out of State ; (<7) 
Plans for Emergency ; (e) Per Cent, that would 
probably turn out for Sixty Days' Service. 

Under the direction of the Adjutant General maps have been 
prepared showing brigade, regimental and company headquarters. 
The lines of railroad throughout the State are entered thereon in 
different colored inks, and the principal towns are marked. These 
have been distributed, so that, in case of disturbance requiring the 
necessity of calling out troops, a glance at the map will indicate 
the organization nearest, and the shortest route to the place where 
the troops are needed. Notification can be sent direct by tele- 
graph or telephone to the railroad company, so that transportation 
can be at the point of assembly by the time the organization is 
ready to embark. The system is perfect. 

(a) For service within the State : " Pittsfield, Springfield, 
Fitchburg, Worcester, South Framingham, Ayer Junction, New- 
buryport, Concord and Boston." 

(b) Points fixed for service out of the State: " Pittsfield, for 
New York or westward ; Springfield and Fitchburg, for service 
northward ; Haverhill and Newburyport, toward Maine ; Spring- 
field and Worcester, southward ; and Boston, New Bedford, Fall 
River and Salem, for ocean service." 

(c) Within the State, fifteen hours ; without the State, limited 
entirely by time of journey after concentration ; for troops in and 
around Boston, from one to three hours. 

(d) By the alarm list, regimental and company headquarters 
can be reached by telegraph or telephone. The companies at their 
armories have the house and business address of every man. The 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 23 

squad leaders have the same address of the men of their squads, 
and when needed the men are notified by this method. It has 
been used, and answered all the requirements and worked satis- 
factorily. 

(e) Within the State, 90 per cent. ; without the State, 80 per 
cent. 

16. Armament. — Cavalry, Artillery, Infantry; Character 

and Condition op. 

Cavalry. — Springfield carbine, cal. .45, and cavalry sabers. 
Serviceable. 

Artillery. — Batteries B and C are each armed with four 3-inch 
W. I. guns, model of 1861, with limbers and caissons. All in 
fair condition. Battery A, four light 12-pounder guns, with limbers 
and caissons. All in good condition. 

Infantry. — Springfield rifles, cal. .45, of three different models. 
Many of the rifles of earlier models are unserviceable. A Gatliug 
gun is attached to each infantry regiment. All in good condition. 

17. Equipment. — Cavalry, Artillery, Infantry; Character 

and Condition of. 

Cavalry. — The equipment is that of the United States Cavalry, 
and in good, serviceable condition. 

Artillery. — Full sets of harness, wheel and lead, and horse 
equipments necessary for the number of men required to be 
mounted. Eight sets of new harness have been received within 
the year, and a complete oufit of artillery blankets purchased. 
Generally good. 

Infantry. — Gun sling, cartridge box, bayonet scabbard, waist 
belt and plate, canteen and strap, haversack and strap, meat can, 
knife, fork and spoon and knapsack furnished. Fairly good, ex- 
cept the box knapsack, which is worthless for service. 

18. Clothing ; Character and Condition of. 

At the brigade camp and the camp of the First Infantry troops 
were in field uniform (blouses, campaign hats and leggings) ; at 
the cadet camps, full dress ; and in the First Corps of Cadets and 
Battery A, light brown canvas suits, used on drill and fatigue. 
The First and Second Corps of Cadets have a distinctive uniform 
for full dress : First Corps, white cloth dress coat, shako dress hat 
and light blue trousers ; undress is the same as in the infantry. 
The corps owns all its uniform. Second Corps, scarlet-colored 
coat and black dress hat, with pompon. This part of the uniform 
is owned by the corps. In other respects their uniform is as issued 



24 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

by the State. At all ceremonies the two battalions paraded in full 
dress, on other occasions in undress uniform. Clothing is issued 
on requisition, upon the approval of the quartermaster general, 
from the State arsenal. A small reserve, for emergencies only, 
is kept in store. The State furnishes helmets, dress coats, over- 
coats and trousers of excellent quality, and United States pattern 
blouses, campaign hats and leggings. Care and economy in the 
preservation of the clothing is exercised ; soiled or torn garments 
are cleaned and repaired at the State arsenal. In addition to this, 
an allowance of $1.75 per year for each man is allowed company 
commanders for ordinary repairs to clothing. The result is, the 
clothing always looks neat and clean. Uniform conforms to that 
of the United States Army in all except facings, which are dark 
blue for infantry. Officers' uniforms the same as that of the 
United States officers, with exception noted for facings. 

19. Horses owned or hired. 

In the artillery the batteries are horsed by the State, in the 
cavalry many are owned by the men, otherwise hired, the State 
making a per diem allowance. All horses hired are inspected by 
the veterinary surgeon attached to the mounted organizations be- 
fore being accepted. 

20. Ammunition. — (a) Character and Quality of, actually 

in the Hands of Troops of all Three Branches. 
About 180,000 rounds at the State arsenal, less the amount in 
the possession of the companies for target practice and emergency 
purposes. "No artillery ammunition is kept on hand with the 
artillery, but is kept at the State arsenal ; the quantity on hand 
is about 240 rounds of canister, 90 shells, 50 solid shot (all 12 
pounders) and 75 percussion shell for 3-inch guns. Arrangements 
exist permitting the getting of any amount, and it could be sup- 
plied at point of concentration on the arrival of troops." 

21. Camp and Garrison Equipage. — (a) Tentage ; (b) Mess 

Outfits. 
(a) " On hand at the State arsenal, about 900 wall tents and 
160 wall tent flies, with tent poles and pins for same. During the 
past year the State has purchased 2,000 half pieces of shelter tents 
(so called), each with a pocket on the inside for underclothing, 
and the edges and sides of each have' eyelet holes for lacing. 
Ridge and upright poles were supplied to go with them." These 
rubber shelter tents were used by the small posts, and inquiry 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 25 

made showed them waterproof, affording the shelter for which 
they were intended. 

(b) Sevey and Buzzacott's field cooking outfits. Camp kettles" 
and mess pans not kept in store ; can be procured at short notice. 

22. Property Accountability ; Nature of. Are Regulations 

in regard to, strictly enforced? 
Property issued on requisition. If medical, approved by sur- 
geon general ; if for other stores, approved by the Adjutant Gen- 
eral, and the issue thus ordered is made from the State arsenal. 
Invoices and receipts pass and property accounted for by returns 
(semi-annual) to the proper departments and accounts settled 
therein. Fifty dollars per year is allowed each company com- 
mander for property responsibility. Regulations are strictly en- 
forced. 

23. Subsistence. — Rations, Component Parts of. How fur- 

nished? HOW PREPARED? 
"There is no regular ration provided by law. The officer or 
soldier has to provide his subsistence out of his pay. In camp the 
messes are let by contract to caterers, in some cases regimentally, 
in others the captain sees to it, and one officer as caterer takes 
charge of the mess. The State has an emergency ration, of which 
one day's ration for 58 men is 60 pounds of bread, 60 pounds of 
meat (cooked or raw), 1J pounds of coffee and 18 pounds of sugar. 
Each captain is required to inform himself where he can get this 
ration, at once, for two days' supply. Under section 127, laws 
of 1893, the Commander-in-Chief may order rations to be issued 
to troops on duty, the cost of the same to be deducted from the 
pay of troops. In active service the emergency service kit and 
Buzzacott kit will be used." 

26. Drills and Cereiuonies. — (a) Number and Nature of ; 
(6) Proficiency in ; (c) Field Exercises. 

All organizations are required to have weekly drills throughout 
the year. 

First and Second Brigades. — Immediately after reveille, setting- 
up exercises, followed later by company, battalion and regimental 
drills in close or extended order. Improvement was progressive, 
and after the first day was very good. Regimental guard mount- 
ings and dress parades were well performed. The mounted organ- 
izations were well up in their drills from the first, and, eliminating 
the factor of untried horses, they were satisfactory. The scope 
of instruction was, for the cavalry : in the school of the soldier, 



26 ADJUTANT GEXRRAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

of the trooper, of the troop, and in addition for Major Kemp's 
command, school of the squadron. For the artillery : school of 
the soldier dismounted, of the cannoneer, of the soldier mounted, 
of the driver, of the battery, and in addition for Major Duchesney's 
command, school of the battalion. The ceremonies were well 
rendered. The Commander-in-Chief reviewed each brigade. The 
troops acquitted themselves with credit. The marching was excel- 
lent, alignments well preserved, the men carried themselves well. 
The ceremony from beginning to end was in the highest degree 
commendable. 

The First Infantry was detached from the First Brigade for 
heavy artillery duty. 

Following the setting-up drill ; the schedule prepared by Lieu- 
tenant Weaver, Second Artillery, was carried out. Five drill 
periods assigned from 7.30 a.m. to 5 p.m., with two hours' inter- 
mission at noon. The drills at the guns (8-inch rifle, 10-inch and 
15-inch smooth bore) included description of the piece, carriage, 
ammunition and nomenclature of parts of the piece and carriage, 
service of the piece, cordage drill, mechanical manoeuvres, drill in 
the use of mechanical appliances and magazine instruction. 

The criticism of Major Woodruff, Second Artillery, commanding 
Fort Warren, on this work was as follows : " Every portion of the 
work assigned the regiment was carefully carried out, nothing was 
omitted or slighted. Batteries were prompt in repairing to the 
places appointed for drills ; no time was lost, no waiting about 
for something to do. Great interest was manifested by both 
officers and men in the work assigned them, and the improvement 
made at the end of the work was excellent." Lieutenant Weaver, 
who had been detailed by the commanding officer at Fort Warren, 
and who had general charge of the instruction, commented as fol- 
lows : "The regiment from the first exhibited far more interest 
in the armory work and the field work than I had expected. Some 
batteries took it up with enthusiasm, and it was pleasing to note 
that the interest increased throughout the regiment. Those bat- 
teries which carried out faithfully the armory exercises I had pre- 
scribed performed the work at Fort Warren as accurately and as 
quickly as our own troops could have done it ; in one or two cases 
there was more snap and better work than one can ordinarily get." 
The regiment had in addition the usual ceremonies, and they were 
reviewed on the last day by the Commander-in-Chief. All well 
rendered. 

First Corps of Cadets. — The usual setting-up exercises, com- 
pany and battalion drills in close and extended order, guard mount- 
ing, escort of the color, inspection and muster, dress parade and 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 27 

the usual review. Full dress uniform at ceremonies. In all that 
pertains to their camp duties I never saw a better or more efficient 
battalion. 

Second Corps of Cadets. — Setting-up exercises followed by 
company and battalion drills in close and extended order. Full 
dress guard mounting, escort of the color, inspection and muster, 
dress parade, review. The ceremonies were well performed, the 
double time at review excellent, and their last battalion drill ex- 
ceptionally good. Few could do better. 

The only attempt at field exercises in the First Brigade was that 
of the Third Battalion, Second Infantry, throwing up field intrench- 
ments, and the regiment taking part in the scheme, which was the 
defence of a position. 

The field exercises in the Second Brigade were as follows : — 

By the Fifth Infantry, a problem in outpost duty, with an as- 
sumed force against an imaginary enemy, requiring reconnoissance 
of the ground, marking the outpost line, selecting the position for 
defence ; written report and topographical map to be submitted to 
the brigade commander as soon as practicable on return to camp ; 
also three styles of shelter trenches for skirmishers, lying, kneel- 
ing and standing, and construction of gun pit. 

By the Eighth Infantry, same problem, with changed conditions ; 
also construction of a section of field work to resist artillery. 

By the Ninth Infantry, same problem in outpost duty. 

By the First Corps of Cadets, march in an enemy's countr} 7 with 
advance and rear guards and flankers, and the attack of a position. 

By the Second Corps of Cadets, similar problem. 

By the First Infantry, an alarm and combat drill, in which the 
regular troops took part. 

The annual field day authorized by law is generally devoted to 
field exercises. 

1. For the Second Infantry, outpost duty, and attack and de- 
fence of a position. In this exercise the attention of the defensive 
force was held by a demonstration in its front, while the position 
was turned by a flanking force. 

2. For the Fifth Infantry, the plan was that " of manoeuvres 
between two opposing detachments of the regiment," the weaker 
selecting a position, the stronger assaulting. 

3. For the Sixth Infantry, defence of a village, also an exer- 
cise in bridge building by the flanking party. 

4. For the Eighth Infantry, under the direction of Maj. "W. R. 
Livermore, U. S. engineers, a tract of country five and one-half 
miles long by one and one-half miles wide was mapped by civil 
engineers connected with the regiment. A game of Krieg-spiel 



28 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

was played upon this map, and the exercise was a reproduction 
of this game. Opposing forces were designated as Greys and 
Blues. The scheme was the occupation of the Blues' territory by 
the Greys. In this exercise, bicycle detachments were used for 
reconnoitering purposes and the marches were all conducted as in 
an enemy's country. 

5. For the Ninth Infantry, defence of a bridge. 

6. For the mounted organizations, the exercises were confined 
to marches and precautions against surprise in the vicinity of an 
enemy, camping, care and handling of horses in the field. 

27. Personnel and Discipline. 

Personnel excellent ; discipline exceptionally good, — in the 
First Corps of Cadets remarkably so. 

28. Theoretical Instruction. 

In the Eighth Infantry instruction in the calling out of the 
military under United States and State statutes, their service when 
so called out, with questions on the same, very skilfully prepared, 
covering almost every conceivable condition ; also, in circular form, 
extracts from Yon Scherff and other authors, to aid officers in 
determining the tactical principles which govern the manner of 
making an attack. Lectures were delivered at Salem,. Mass., on 
March 17, 24 and 31, and several at the brigade camp at South 
Framingham, to the officers and non-commissioned officers of the 
Eighth Infantry, by Capt. John Bigelow, Jr., Tenth Cavalry, on 
engineering and field duties. 

Col. Thomas F. Edmands, commanding, lectured to the First 
Corps of Cadets on military courtesy, guards, police and the 
routine duties of camp ; and Colonel Livermore, United States 
Volunteers, lectured on Sheridan's campaign, u Five Forks to 
Appomattox." 

Lectures to the light batteries at their armories in Boston, 
Worcester and Lawrence, delivered by Capt. A. D. Schenck, 
Second Artillery, confined to such practical experience as the light 
artilleryman meets with in actual service, and which is not found 
in detail in books. 

The following is the programme of instruction : — 

First Xight. — The horse, — feeding, watering, grooming, har- 
nessing, saddling, bitting, hitching in, draft and driving. 

Second Night. — Sights, pointing, range finding, fuses, shell, 
shrapnel, deviation, kind of fire, target practice. 

Third Xight. — Subject to be determined later, after learning 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 29 

something as to the knowledge of officers and non-commissioned 
officers. 

Captain Schenck attended one or more drills of each battery 
after the course, to see what improvement was made, reporting 
his views to the Adjutant General. His comments to me regard- 
ing these lectures were : " the interest evinced exceeded anything 
I have experienced anywhere." Captain Schenck also attended 
Major Duchesney's command during its tour of duty at South 
Framingham camp. 

Lectures to the First Infantry at their armory by Lieut. E. M. 
Weaver, Second Artillery. The following was the course : — 

1. The duties, organization, equipment and instruction of coast 
artillery. 

2. The elementary instruction of the recruit ; physical training, 
artillery training, classification of gunners. 

3. Instruction of gunners, guns and mortars and their service : 
powders, taking powder pressures, magazine service ; projectiles 
and their service ; fuses and their setting ; the motion and effects 
of projectiles ; effect of density of air and winds on the flight of 
projectiles ; use of the barometer, psychrometer and anemometer ; 
cordage ; mechanical manoeuvres ; flag signalling ; azimuth circle 
and its use ; shot plotting and ship tracking ; range tables and 
their use ; sights and their setting ; laying guns on fixed or mov_ 
ing objects ; laying guns and mortars by the indirect method ; 
estimation of distances ; simulated target practice at fixed and 
moving targets ; target practice with shot. 

4. Instruction of the battery : formation and posting at the 
guns; service of the battery; alarm and combat drill. " The 
regiment faithfully and energetically took hold of the work em- 
bodied in this preliminary programme, several of the batteries even 
making excursions to Fort Warren on holidays to put in practice 
the drills called for. It is this spirit and earnest application that 
has much to do with what was accomplished during its week's tour 
of duty. I do not hesitate to say that the men of the First Regi- 
ment, M. V. M., as a result of its preliminary armory instruction 
and the practical work at Fort Warren, are finely instructed heavy 
artillerymen. In a few months they could easily become useful 
troops in a sea-coast fort, able to aim any gun, to mount and dis- 
mount heavy pieces, to transport heavy weights, to serve in the 
magazines, — in short, to attend to all the functions of defence 
except the higher divisions involving the use of electricity and 
mathematics. If the regiment was to be permanently assigned to 
artillery work, I have no doubt that in a few years it would easily 
master even these more abstruse branches of coast defence work." 



30 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

29. Guard Duty. — How performed? Officers and Non- 

commissioned Officers well instructed? Sentinels 
well instructed? Any Outpost Duty? 

In the brigade camps large guards were mounted and duty gen- 
erally well performed. The First Brigade guard was well in- 
structed, better than the guard visited in the Second Brigade. 
Instruction in this duty is at their armories, and this instruction 
is inquired into carefully by the State inspectors at their inspec- 
tions, so that officers and non-commissioned officers are well up 
in this duty, but the tendency is to put new men recently joined 
on guard at camp. In the cadet camps the officers, non-commis- 
sioned officers and sentinels were well instructed. The brigades 
and Second Corps of Cadets established small posts, taking them 
from the main guard for the purpose of instruction in outpost duty. 

30. Target Practice, Cavalry, Artillery and Infantry. — 

Range and Gallery? Any held in Camp? Quantity 
of System of Instruction and Classification? 

By reason of not having any suitable range, the light batteries 
have not had target practice. It is contemplated by the Adjutant 
General that the opportunity shall be given them this year, if 
arrangements can be made to secure a range at Fort Warren. 
The programme is that each battery shall be provided with 45 
rounds of ammunition complete ; 3 common shell, to be used for 
range finding; 10 shrapnel, to be fired by each of the gunners of 
a battery ; and 2 canister, to be fired over the water. Point of 
striking of common shell and point of burst of shrapnel to be 
determined by azimuth observation, and plotted. "The First 
Infantry's target practice was for each battery to fire 5 rounds 
of solid shot from 8-inch rifle ; 3 to be at fixed target at 3,600 
yards range, and 2 rounds at moving target. The target practice 
was exceedingly good, guns were served, azimuth circles and plot- 
ting board used, and signalling all done by the regiment." " Cap- 
tains Nutter and Whiting have given much outside study and 
thought to heavy artillery matters, and the former devised an im- 
proved method of giving motion to a pointer of an elevation 
indicator, which was constructed by him and used in the target 
firing." Target practice at the encampments was confined to 
qualifying men for the different classes for State competitions, 
the inspector of rifle practice of the organization firing superin- 
tended. Each organization has its own target ground at or near 
their home station, and here the target instruction is given. The 
classification is : — 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 31 

Distinguished Marksman's Class. — Sharpshooters of record who 
have represented the State at Creedmoor, who may be mentioned 
in orders as the first fifteen, or who have won an individual trophy 
at the State match. 

Sharpshooter's Class. — Two scores of 22 out of a possible 25 
at 200 yards ; 2 scores of 24 out of a possible 25 at 500 yards ; 
2 scores of 23 out of a possible 25 at 600 yards. 

First Class Marksmen. — Two scores of 21 out of a possible 25 
at 200 yards ; 2 scores of 21 out of a possible 25 at 300 yards. 

Second Class Marksmen. — Two scores of 18 out of a possible 
25 at 200 yards. 

Third Class Marksmen. — Two scores of 15 out of a possible 
25 at 200 yards. 

Frequent conversations with nearly all the company officers 
showed a strong desire for an exchange of the arms now in their 
companies. All want the Springfield rifle with the Buffington 
sight. As now armed, they have different models ; some have 
been in service over fifteen years, and have passed through three 
or four different organizations ; they may be termed serviceable 
in the sense of being able to deliver fire, but a large number are 
unserviceable for target work. The inspector general of rifle 
practice reports 581 unserviceable rifles in the two brigades (none 
reported unserviceable in the two Cadet Corps), and in his report 
says: " Unserviceable must not be construed as meaning that a 
rifle is in such ruinous condition as to call for the action of a con- 
demning board ; it means, however, that its accuracy is so severely 
impaired as to handicap heavily the efficiency of the man in whose 
hands it is placed." I am informed by the Adjutant General of 
the State that under the regulations of the Ordnance Department 
there can be no exchange for unserviceable arms ; that the appro- 
priation from the general government to the State is not sufficient 
to keep supplying new arms. " If the whole of the money allowed 
the State were put into arms, it would take fifteen years to equip 
with the new magazine rifle and five years to equip it with the 
latest pattern of Springfield rifle." The militia give their time, 
they are enthusiastic in their target work, and it seems only right 
that they should be encouraged by calling in the old arms, and 
after inspection replacing them by exchange with Springfield rifles 
of a later pattern. 

36. Recommendations. 
I urge the importance of the enactment of a law that will permit 
the department to make an exchange of unserviceable arms. A 
State that makes an appropriation of $215,000 and receives in 



32 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



return an allotment of $12,939.18 ought to be entitled to have the 
arms, paid for out of allotment, kept up to a proper standard of 
efficiency. 

I recommend an increase of the appropriation for the States, 
and that this appropriation be apportioned according to the num- 
ber of troops in service, instead of as now made, by districts. 

I recommend that the fort at Clark's Point, New Bedford, Mass., 
and Fort Independence, Boston, Mass., be turned over to the 
militia, to be used by them for the purpose of instruction in heavy 
artillery. 

39. Remarks. 

The strength of the militia in camp was : — 







Present. 


Absent. 


Present and 
absent * 


TROOPS. 
















Off. 


Men. 


Off. 


Men. 


Off. 


Men. 


Headquarters, First Brigade, 


11 


7 


- 


- 


11 


7 


Headquarters, Second Brigade, . 


10 


7 


1 


- 


11 


7 


First Infantry, 




46 


692 


- 


22 


46 


714 


Second Infantry, . 




47 


675 


1 


20 


48 


695 


Fifth Infantry, 




45 


664 


3 


40 


48 


704 


Sixth Infantry, 




46 


641 


1 


52 


47 


693 


Eighth Infantry, . 




42 


691 


2 


23 


44 


714 


Kinth Infantry, . 




47 


646 


2 


48 


49 


694 


First Corps Cadets, 




20 


247 


- 


21 


20 


268 


Second Corps Cadets, . 




16 


178 


1 


11 


17 


189 


First Battalion Artillery, 




14 


165 


- 


11 


14 


176 


First Squadron Cavalry, 




11 


153 


1 


6 


12 


159 


Battery A, . 




5 


67 


- 


9 


5 


76 


Troop F, 




4 


76 


- 


2 


4 


78 


Ambulance Corps, 




2 


47 


- 


4 


2 


51 


Signal Corps, First Brigade, 


1 


22 


- 


2 


1 


24 


Signal Corps, Second Brigade, . 


1 

368 


25 


12 


- 


1 
380 


25 


Total, . 




5,003 


271 


5,274 



* 94.995— per cent, present. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 33 

The course of artillery instruction inaugurated last winter by 
Adjutant General Dalton was probably the most important ad- 
vance that has yet been made in any State. It is conceded that 
this State was the first to organize an Ambulance Corps ; it was 
the pioneer in establishing a Naval Reserve Brigade ; and with 
this year's work it has a corps for coast defence that, " should an 
emergency arise necessitating an immediate re-enforcement of Fort 
Warren, the whole of this fine regiment could in twenty-four hours 
be sent to the post, and would now be of invaluable service; 
whereas, a year ago, they could not have rendered much service." 

Too much cannot be said of the practical efficiency of the citizen 
soldiery of the Commonwealth. Their effectiveness in the event 
of being called into active service is unquestionable. Their rapid 
progress at the annual encampments is due to their being so well 
grounded at their armories, and the zeal and earnestness with 
which they enter upon and perform military duty is creditable to 
them. The State may well be proud of its militia. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

JACOB KLINE, 

Lieutenant Colonel Ninth Infantry. 



34 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REPORT OF THE SURGEON GENERAL. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Surgeon General's Office, Dec. 30, 1896. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

Sir : — In accordance with section 19, Massachusetts laws, I sub- 
mit through you to the Hon. Roger Wolcott, lieutenant-governor, 
acting governor and commander-in-chief, the report of this office 
from May 28, 1896, to date. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

ROBERT A. BLOOD, 

Surgeon General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Surgeon General's Office, Boston, Dec. 30, 1896. 

To His Honor Roger Wolcott, Lieutenant Governor, Acting Gov- 
ernor and Commander-in-Chief. 

Sir : — I have the honor to present the report of this office from 
the time of my appointment, May 28, 1896, to date. 

On assuming the duties of surgeon general, the office to which 
you so kindly promoted me, on the death of General Forster, I 
beg to report that everything pertaining to the medical department 
was found to be in the most admirable shape. Nearly all the 
medical supplies had been forwarded to the various commands. 
The medical chests not already sent were filled and ready for 
shipment. 

All the details of the office had been carried forward up to the 
departure of General Forster for Philadelphia, where he had 
been ordered to attend the meeting of the Society of Military 
Surgeons, — May 1 1 . 

The board of medical officers is composed of Lieutenant Colonel 
Hersey, president, Major Foster and Major Marion. 

Personnel. — The changes have been one death, — Brig. Gen. 
E. J. Forster, surgeon general. Promoted, one medical director 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 35 

to be surgeon general, one surgeon to be medical director, three 
assistant surgeons to be surgeons. Appointments, three assistant 
surgeons. Resignation, one surgeon. 

The supply or reserve medical chest has been furnished to the 
several organizations. Mattresses, blankets and furniture for sick 
bay have been procured and sent to Naval Brigade. This was 
very much needed. 

The Ambulance Corps is in good working condition. This was to 
be expected, with accomplished officers and a fine body of men. 
I shall look for even better work the coming years than in the past. 

Reports of medical inspection of each encampment have been 
forwarded to commanding officer, the inspector general, and a 
copy retained in this office. 

I would recommend that every recruit have a physical examina- 
tion at the time of enlistment, or as soon after as practicable. 

I believe, for the benefit of the service, Lieut. Frederick F. 
Osgood, veterinary surgeon, First Battalion Light Artillery, and 
Lieut. Austin Peters, First Cavalry, should be promoted to the 
rank of captain, and attached to brigade headquarters, and I so 
recommend. 

Better facilities for bathing at the State camp, South Framing- 
ham, would be of great benefit to the troops while in camp, and, 
if not too expensive, I would recommend building a swimming 
basin. 

I attended the meeting of the Society of Military Surgeons at 
Philadelphia, in company with the late General Forster. Several 
papers were read by surgeons from this State. These papers were 
well received, especially one by Assistant Surgeon Chase, on swim- 
ming, which was very favorably commented upon. From my 
stand-point, the meeting was a success. 

General Forster died very suddenly in New York, May 15. 
We were on our way home from Philadelphia. His death was a 
great shock to me, he being an old and true friend. I had been 
intimately acquainted with him for more than thirty years. I can- 
not express my feeling better than by giving in full an obituary 
by Dr. C. M. Green, assistant surgeon First Corps Cadets. 
This obituary was written for the " Boston Medical and Surgical 
Journal." 

Edward Jacob Forster, M.D., M.M S.S , Surgeon General of Mas- 
sachusetts, died suddenly in New York, on May 15, of cerebral hemor- 
rhage. He was returning from Philadelphia, where he had attended, by 
order of the Governor of the Commonwealth, the annual meeting of 
the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, of which 



36 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

society he was vice-president. Dr. Forster had left Boston in apparently 
perfect health : and the sad news of his death, in the full vigor of middle 
age, came as a great shock to his many friends and professional and 
official associates. 

Dr. Forster was born in Charlestown, of early colonial stock, on 
July 9, 1846. He received his degree in medicine from Harvard Uni- 
versity in 1868, and then continued his studies in Paris and Dublin before 
establishing himself in practice in his native city. As his professional 
life unfolded, and wider interests of official and civil character enlarged 
his opportunities for usefulness, he ceased to be a local practitioner 
merely, and became identified with the larger affairs of Boston and the 
Commonwealth. Four years ago he removed his home to Boston. 

Of Dr. Forster's private professional life it is not for the writer to 
speak. The record of his years of devotion is written in the grateful 
memory of his patients. To medical charities he gave a large part of 
his time, in his earlier life to the poor of Charlestown, and for many 
years past as one of the visiting physicians of the Boston City Hospital. 
For some years he has served as secretary of the medical staff, and has 
rendered most efficient and acceptable service in promoting the best 
interests of the hospital. 

The value of Dr. Forster's services to the Massachusetts Medical 
Society- it is difficult to characterize : their extent is probably fully 
realized by comparatively few. For many years he has been a member 
of the committee on medical diplomas : and the duties of that committee 
have been at times onerous and important, especially when, a few years 
ago, it became necessary to revise the list of colleges whose degrees 
were acceptable for membership in the society. This labor involved a 
large amount of correspondence, and much painstaking and conscientious 
work, of which he bore his full share. In 1891 he was elected treasurer 
of the society, an office for which he was particularly well qualified. 
He immediately devoted himself to simplifying and improving the sys- 
tem of accounting, and to the stupendous task of preparing a complete 
catalogue of the society from its foundation in 1781. This catalogue, 
which was published in 1893, is an enduring monument to Dr. Forster's 
ability and devotion to self-imposed duty. 

The Boston Medical Library is indebted to Dr. Forster for many years 
of faithful service as treasurer. The future of the library and the plans 
for a new building engaged much of his thoughtful attention. The 

© © © © 

Obstetrical Society of Boston will long cherish the remembrance of his 
generous nature and of his service in various offices. 

As a citizen, Dr. Forster was active in all that aimed to promote the 
public welfare. In city politics he was non-partisan, and some years 
since took an active part in securing the election of the nominee of a 
citizens* convention, over the candidates of the two great parties. As 
long ago as in 1879 or 1880, he, with others, endeavored to secure from 
the Legislature a medical registration law, and when, after several de- 
feats, the law of 1894 was enacted, he was appointed a member of the 
Board of Registration in Medicine, and was elected its secretary. It 
therefore fell to his lot to do the pioneer work of preparing the methods 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 37 

of procedure, the forms of certificates and other papers, and to act as 
the general executive of the Board. In all his dealings with men and 
measures, and with the man}' problems of this new and difficult work, 
he was just and incorruptible. 

While yet a medical student, in the late years of the war of the 
rebellion, Dr. Forster became a member of the Massachusetts Volunteer 
IS I i 1 1 1 i it, and soon after he began his professional life he was made sur- 
geon of the Fifth Regiment, M. V. M., an office which he filled acceptably 
for many years. In 1894 he was made medical director of the First 
Brigade, and in April, 1895, he was appointed Surgeon General of the 
Commonwealth, on the staff of Governor Greenhalge. To the duties 
of this office he brought a ripe experience and an indefatigable industry. 
He was a master of what is known in the service as "red tape," but 
besides this he was a man of ideas. He not only completed the ad- 
mirable plans of his immediate predecessor, but studied to perfect the 
equipment of the medical staff and increase its efficiency. In his brief 
administration of this office Dr. Forster won not only the approbation of 
his commander-in-chief, but the respect and esteem of his subordinates. 

Want of space forbids the enumeration of other fields of Dr. Forster's 
interest and activity, or of the social, charitable, patriotic and scientific 
societies of which he was a member. He was a student of natural 
history; his work on the identification of edible mushrooms is known 
to many, and his intimates will recall his interest in the life and habits 
of bees. He was staunch in his friendships and helpful to all. A certain 
brusqueness of manner sometimes offended those who did not know 
him, and who had not discovered the sterling qualities of his nature. 
In an acquaintance of twenty-five years the writer never knew him to 
do a mean or unkind act. Of his acts of generous kindness and help- 
fulness to others, many will testify. He will be remembered as a 
conscientious physician, a patriotic, public-spirited citizen, a genial, gen- 
erous and helpful friend, a just and upright man. 

In closing, I wish to thank the medical officers for the very 
efficient manner in which they have performed their duties, and 
for the uniform kindness and courtesy shown me. I am greatly 
indebted to General Dalton and Colonel Capelle for many timely 
suggestions and much-needed advice. The kindness shown me in 
the Adjutant General's office is fully appreciated. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

ROBERT A. BLOOD, 

Surgeon General. 



38 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



Appendix A. 



Supply Table for Field Medicine Chest, Medical Depart- 
ment, M. V. M. 

Bottle Compartment. 

Number 

Aconite tincture, 2 nt triturates, 100 

Alcohol, pints, 1 

Alum, 5 gr. tablets, 100 

Antifebrin, 5 gr. tablets, . • 35 

Bismuth sub-carb., in powder, ounces, 2 

Boracic acid, in powder, ounces, 2 

Brandy, ounces, 8 

Brown mixture, triturates, 200 

Calomel, 2 gr. tablets, 100 

Camphor (2 gr.) and opium (1 gr.) tablets, 100 

Cathartic compound tablets, 100 

Carbolic acid, 95% ounces, 8 

Chloral hydrate, 5 gr. tablets, 100 

Cocaine, \ gr. tablets, 100 

Digitalis tincture, 1 fU triturates, . 100 

Dover's powder, 5 gr. tablets, 250 

Ether sulphuric, 100 c c, in cans, 2 

Ipecac, in powder, ounces, 1 

Iron, sub-sulphate, in powder, drachms, 4 

Lead acetate, 3 gr. tablets, 100 

Licorice powder comp., ounces, 8 

Liniment, U. S. A., tablets, 25 

Magnesia, sulphate, ounces, 16 

Morphia sulphate, £ gr. tablets, 250 

Kitro-glycerine, T ^ gr. triturates, 100 

Opium, 1 gr. tablets, 100 

Pepsin comp. tablets, 350 

Phenacetine, 5 gr. tablets, 65 

Potassa bromide, in powder, ounces, 8 

Potassa chlorate, 5 gr. tablets, 200 

Potassa iodide, 5 gr. tablets, 100 

Quinia sulphate, 3 gr. tablets, 100 

Salol, 5 gr. tablets, 100 

Seidlitz mixture, effervescing, ounces, 16 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7, 



39 



Soda bicarbonate, in powder, ounces, 
Soda salicylate, 5 gr. tablets, . 
Squibb's mixture, ounces, 
Strychnia sulphate, 
Sulphonal, 5 gr. tablets, . 
Tannic acid, 5 gr. tablets, 
Zinc sulphate, 5 gr. tablets, 



J g gr. tablets, 



Number 

8 
400 

4 

100 

65 

300 

100 



Upper Drawer. 

Powder paper. 

Envelopes. 

Clinical thermometer, .... 

Davidson syringe, 

Throat brushes, 

Nitrate silver, stick, .... 

Tape measure, 

Scales, 

Ear syringe, hard rubber, 
Mortar and pestle, glass, 

Scissors, 

Mercurial ointment, ounces, . 



Number 



Lower Drawer. 

Number 

Absorbent cotton, \ ounce. 

Adhesive plaster, yards, 10 

Ear speculum, 1 

Hand brush, 1 

Medicine glass, 1 

Iodoform gauze, yard roll, 1 

Mustard plasters, 6 

Capsicum plasters, 6 

Roller bandages, 6 

Spatula, 1 

Spoon, .... 1 

Ointment Drawer. 

Number 

Zinc oxide benzoinated, ounces, 2 

Petrolatum, ounces, 2 



40 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The following circular, issued from the office May 17, 1895, is 
still in full force : — 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Surgeon General's Office, Boston, May 17, 1895. 
Circular No. 1. 

I. Senior medical officers of organizations will make requisitions for 
medicine chests and supplies for the annual tour of camp duty through 
medical channels direct to this office without delay. Requisitions should 
be in this office one week before the tour of duty. 

II. Medical officers will take to camp all property issued b}' this 
department, including books of record, etc. (written up to date), to be 
ready for inspection. 

III. Medical directors and surgeons of the Corps of Cadets and 
Naval Brigade will be furnished the emergency chest, meteorological 
instruments and disinfectants on requisition direct to this office. 

IV. In every case of a soldier arriving in camp unfit to properly 
perform his duty, the surgeon will notify his commanding officer, on 
Form No. 13, of the facts, and at once send a duplicate through medical 
channels to this office. 

V. Medical officers will remember that they are personally respon- 
sible for property in their charge ; they will request their commanding 
officers to furnish necessary guards. 

VI. A commissioned medical officer will at all times be present with 
each organization. 

VII. Hospital stewards will not treat or prescribe for any cases of 
sickness except under the immediate supervision of a commissioned 
medical officer. 

VIII. Attention is called to the necessity of promptly forwarding to 
this office Form No. 16, fully rilled out in all cases of severe illness or 
injury occurring on the camp ground. This applies to civilians as well 
as to members of the militia. 

Robert A. Blood, 

Surgeon General. 
Approved: Samuel Dalton - , 

Adjutant General. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



41 









e 

CD 

g 

© 

3 












o 
g 





^— • 1 I co 1 t— i li-iicrili-tlll 


•jBuasay ajBjs jy 


cm 


•apvSiiQ 


1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i-t 1 1 1 


[BABXJOSpUBHUI 




•\viau3Q uoaS 


ICCXCOOI O 1 1 ICTSI I^H| 




CM !-• 


-ins jo spu«H U I 




•SJ90UJO l«o 


1 1 1 1 1 1 (M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


-ipaKjospuuiiui 




•sdioo aout'[nq 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 O 


-my jospuBH ui 




'1681 


1-1 C~ CO O <T> «-H (OH 1 QON l-^O 




cm CM i—i 


'I 'UBf pui'H 




u o 3uuuBraa>i 




•joposodsiQiBjox 


||Tti||l 1 |CO |(N ICO 1 1 
CM CM 


^soijop^puodxa 


I 1 <■# 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 CM 1 1 1 1 


•pauraapuoo 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


•sjsaqo JO 


1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 CO 1 1 1 CO 1 1 




CM CM 


sosbo u| paot:[,l 




•9Jtuip 


1 1 1 1 1 1 ! I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


-uadxg joj panss] 




•joj pd)imo3 


i-i eo cn to to fH m h oc r. - :i /. - <c 




CM »-i CM CM CM —i CM i— i 


-ov aq oj ibjoj, 




"9681 "1 tin U9^bx 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 rH | | 


9681 1>! pasBipjnj 


■ — • 1 I « 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 

CM 


•9681 


r-l CM CM «0 «© «H COrHflOC5--aNHiO 




»— i CM CM CM i— i CM t-4 


% \ *UBf piiBH uo 












<-> — 




•r -^ 




£ 2 




Zi 3 


" o — ■* 








._- o *-> 








«x c > 




o ^ o ^ 




*» J c5 2 








<D CO *» — ' 








i-o ^^ r; CO 

J? to g S P 


CO 

w 

D 




Surgical 
gauze (lot) 
cotton (pac 

pairs), 
ceps, . 

y chest and 
ating instru 
pouch and 
) hooks), 
its (box), 
es, in strum < 
eces (sets), 
es, 

julb, . 
hypodermic 
ts, rubber, 
ts, screw, 


- 




« -w - w '<-* o '-• zr.z. J j."z ~+ ^ & 




•S C £« r» C C CD t- rt — ?? CL, O »T rr~ P 3 




ntisept 
bsorbe 
athetei 
Hitches 
ental f 
merge] 
ield op 
leathe 
and sr 
evis sp 
ocket-t 
plints, 
:ethosc 
yringei 
yringe 
ourniq 
ourniq 




<;<!OO^WPh hJpHOQOJccoQHH 



42 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



■JBUaSJyajBJS IV 



•apaSug 
IBA«XJ 08 P UB H U I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I 



o 

S 

.S 

a 
o 
O 



© 



c 

05 



CO 

•<o 
f-o 

5Q 



e 



O 
to 

s 



•puauaQ uoaS 
-jns jo spiiBHUI 



I N^ I CM'*' I (MOlCiO^OO 



I I »C CM CM 



•SJ90UJO 1*0 

-Ip3KjospuBHai 



sdaoo aouBinq 
-ray 10 spuBH "i 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I CO I I 
CM 



I I I I I 



•1681 
'X 'UBf pubh 
uo Suiinvaiax 



t>. -* | CM -H I (NO^iO^OO 
i—l 1— 1 "*fl r-t rH T-l r-t 



CM 



•jo pasodstQ l«;ox 



Oil I CO I tOO I « I HtO I (N 
i-H — 'M CM t-h 



I I I 



jscyjiopapuadxa 



•pouraapaoo 



•sisaqo jo 
S3SB0 uj paDBij 



•3Jt1Jip 

uadxaaoipanssi 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



M I I ItOO I I IH I I I 

r- CM 



I I I I 



1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 


Oi 1 


1 CO I I 

I— 1 


1 1 CO 1 
CM 


1 <© 

1—1 


1 CM 1 1 1 1 1 



I I I I 



•joj pajanoo 
-oy aq 01 tbiox 



C5t>--+iCOCMOOCMCMCCiCOOOCM H H X CN CM 

HiHHCOCNHCQH J)r IH CM 
CM 

I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 

I I I I I I I O I I COO I CN I I I I I 

1—1 CM rH 

05N^M(NOO(N(NtO | IOI H r- CO CN CM 

r-l i-h r- t O CM CO rH rH CM 
CM 

C 

3 s? 

1 ® 

. s- 

I /*~S ■ cc (-1 

V f-5 *<s> ^ 

■«o j* >»»» -*-< 

^ 5 . g^ 

gi • - 8 • . • . • • w*o • • • J3 • *£ » 

S3 ij c P-i S L^ w 

^ o -5 « . £, ^ = 

OX.--°S!~ECw — --CS1-3 = x — — £ 

^-x:=rr£cc=2: "S S © 3d a 

(— 7^ • ~* *— ~* *+, *~* •— — •~ l f-t *+. ~* — ^ .^ '" -w — ' — * 

Kxaic^i c^^ < ^ ii x c PQ ^ fe S S S 



9681 ax dn ua^BX 



9681 a? pasBqaan j 



■9681 
I -UBf puuH uo 



T5 
O 

• u 

<X) 

-O 

^ c 

•^ S • 
• o b^ 

p- J 

t< W r< 

; CD bc^3 

c s is ^ 

g o^ — 

- r 1 w en 



o 
£5 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



43 



|i-l|| | I I r-l | i-l i-l | I I I *H | | | I I I I .1 I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



CM I I CO 



CM I I I 



I I I QO I 
CM 



I I 



| | | | | I (NCDN l?fi« 



CM tH I | I |(N(N 



I I I I I I I I 



I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I OOl^Ot-llllll 

tO tO H 



l-H CM 



O 
CO 

© „ 

© — 

c ed 

o +- 

£^ 

£ 0H 



CO 



CM 



COihCN(NCN 
CM 



OOHTCiCt»(N«ON I COM 
co to i— i rH i—i •— « 



1 


1 QO 1 
CM 


1 


1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 


1 1 1 I"" 


1 


1 


1 


1 1 1 


[ 


1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 


1 1 1 1-1 


1 


1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 I oo l 1 I 1 1 1 1 l l l l l 1 l 1 1 I 1 l 1 1 l 

CM 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 


»-h CM 


o 

CM 


(NHH00H 
CM 


CM CM CM 


O O r-( 

to to 


-f »0 t~ CM to CM ih 

i— i i—i 


CO CO 
1—1 1— t 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I coco ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 


1 1 1 


o 

CM 


iH 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 


1 


1 


•*f i—i co co 

t-t CM 


1 


HHH0OrH(NCN(N 

35 

CM 




-f »0 t> CM CO CM i— " 
i— ( tH 


to oc 

1— 1—1 



fees 
© © 

S-i ■*— ' 

"g o - 

QJ - C 

CJ © « 

[S £ 3 

© C 3 



© 

© 

o 



© 

o 
o 

co* 



I 

5 

s 

NO 

"■^ © 



u 

c 

© 



^3 



O co 



© 






CO • 

c 2 ©^ 
•- — > © 



- 
o 



.. - 
V- © 

© _C 
© 

S d 

si 23 



„ c w a 

O fl . © c . 

ts a ft- - 

c — ^ 2* M 
rt rt £ k £ - 

.5 fctcL r»«« 

M *■ 6.S.S © 

© © 5 t- E -* 

«2 co j- cy c "D 
— ^ v+j-q 
C © d © © c?J 



si, .. 

to 3 

o 
8 



c _ 

~ CO 

— — ■ 

a, a, £ 

fc* iu O 

O O £ 

© © *~ 

© © ©" 

U © © 

c c c 

e5 sS ce 



,0 .T2 -O 
P ? r; 



. a 
(-■ 

£^ 

co co 
© © 

C C 

£ £ 

© © 

s a 

o © 

£ c 



81 

• © 
© 

■—i C3 



© ^r tc? 

73 bt— 



co 

© 

CO „ 

ci co 
© © 



£ » 

*S si 



© a 

»fl . 

a © 
© .d 

— -*j 

co o 



CO CO 



co ^ 
© ad 



^ K i; 



co C 



.£ © 



SO 



44 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 






o 



CO 

O 

Si, 



8 

o 
s 



[B119S.IV 3 WS1Y 



IBAUNJOSpilRH'T 



•JBJ3U30 UOdf 

■jnsiOspuBH"I 



Fpoi\rjo spucH "I 



I 1 r- — ' — t I I 1 I I 1 I ^ — • • I I I I I I 



I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



i-H ^ I | CM i~l CM (M CM I I I Hr I i— I r- 1 H CO H H H H 



I tO I I I Q0Q0 I I I I iHiH | | | | | | I | 



-inyjo spu«H lI I 



I I I | | CO CM CM -O ^ CO I I I I I I I I 

r- 1 to »o "^ to 



I I l 



7681 
u o SauneaiaH 



H-^COHIMNfNfNN^OHINNHHHWH 

O t— i ?o «o -^ to 



jopasodsiaiBJox 



I co I l l l I l l l l I I l I I I I I I I I 



jsoi jopapuadxg 



•pauraspuoo 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



•SJS3U.0 JO 
83SB0 UI p3DBId 



•sanjip 



I QO I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



•joi paiunoo 
-ay »q <n tbjox 



H(MMH(NN(M^1NtJ<i£iiH(M(^HHHCOH 
i— i iO i-H CO o -^ to 



& 

"a. 

8 

>5 



<4> 

►5 



"9681 ai <Jn ua^X 



I I I I I r-i I I I I J I I I I I I I I I I I 



9681 "I pasBipjuj 



•9681 
'X "UBf pu^H uo 



I CM I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



r-i |COH(N©N(NN^«OH(N(NHHHCOH 
iO rH to tO tji to 



a 
© 



S 1 

co 



o 

JO 



-4-> 

ep 

.3 . 

cp 

S H - 

r- ,~ CO 



S5 



S3 






to m 

O 

co 7i 
co co 

cp u 



. to 

cp 
r i> 

k - 
c S° 

.12 S 

cc co 

■*-> ■*-< 
-m *-> 

Cp CD 

5 S 



to 
a 



S g 

co 

2% 



CO 



d- cp • 
si •- 

-^ H - 
to co C 

co «B 



c» tP 



a 
08 

en re 
co CO 
S3 ?3 



Sh „ 5) O i. ^ O ., 

Oq_cpcpcpcp_dcp 
" "2 T3 co /-< 
•» cp O .~ 



cp ^ 



co "C> C S 



o3 




O 




to 








" co 




>^ CD 








ses, 
ana 
ress 
sea 


- 


- *- » ® 


CO 

73 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 45 

ill I I I i I i i i i i I i I I i r i : i i ®h^«o 



1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i-l 1 


1 1 


1 1 T* 1 


r-l rH r-i 


HHO^TJt-ftOHiOXOOH'ONHH | 
t— 1 -H/l i— I i—t rf i— t 


1 CM 


1 1 1 1 


III 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


III 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 



HiiO^i"*(OHiO00aCH»NH(N(N I CM OHOOO 



1 1 1 


1 "HH .^ GO ^ O 1 
CM CM CM 


1 


1 tooco 

rH rH 


1 1 


I 1 CM CM O CO 

O r-> 


1 


1 1 1 


III 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


III 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 -^ >o GO ■* O 1 

GN CM CN 


1 


| - CO CO CO 

r^ r^ 


1 1 


1 1 -* 1 1 CO 

rH i—t 


1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 


1 1 1 1 


1 1 


1 1 1 CM O 1 

O 

r-l 


1 


1 1 1 


rH rH rH 


H iO »o o» x -^ c 

CO [>• i—i CM 


iH 


iO "^ O CM rH CD CM rH CO CM O CO 
CM O CO rH O <—• 


CO rH CO CO 


III 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 


1 1 1 


rH »C »0 CM CO -H 1 
CO t>- rH CM 


1 


1 -* iO CM 
CM tC CO 


rH | 


| pH CO CM © X 

ri © — 


1 


1 -* 1 



IIIIIICO^iOIIIIOGMIIIII CD rH -* CD 



-U r- 1 '•» 



*- r— 

CO ■> ^- l 

• . ....... ox ,-C ..!£ E 

S3 v. - Oa-T • g 

ri 'S .eg v/«g "i^ 






■" -X e 



o 5 c 
© g © 



— <» 


6B 






. X ..a • . 


s? 


• 


• • . 


g V 


*s 






< 


« 








s, 






"^^^ " " 




• 


• #» • 


l»»i 




>i - 


rO ^bfi .. 


a 




£?t=- 


Bj i. cS /-s 
of Q, S n 




• 


Ilea 
ligl 1 


.2 ^i: o - 
XJ^ 5 r* 


tq 


• 


iron, 
iron, 


.. a o - s£ c 
tK 00 c — .= -£ 




c 


wf aT 


■c _ &, o 5\ 




^ 


* OJ ' cj 


d O « „' rfaj2 

« *5 ,_. r2 "S o 

^ Z, ~ O "H- W> 




92 


d-pai 
dstea 
dstea 






ci 


Cv 0i <D 


■^ <=. c£ O c/2 <1 




ttMWW 



46 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



[EuasJvamSJY 



[BABKJOSpiIBH"! 



00"^'0"(CN- | HONHiOHHNHa)COHK5 

i— I i— I lO CO r-t SO i— I 



I I I 00 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I TJH I I I 



T5 

s 
.5 

c 
o 



o 

& 



a* 

8 

o 



v. 






o 

to 



- lBJ9uaf) uoa3 
-jns jo spnBHUi 



•ipapijospuBH 1 '! 



•sdJ0j9Dueinq 
-ravjo spuBH u I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



■1681 

'I OBf PUBH 

a o SutujBraaa 



OO^MHtOt.^HO^HlOHnOHOJ^CiHO 

T— I I— I CD CO T-l MH 



jopasodsia W°X 



I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I 



j60i jopepaadxa 



I I I I I I I 



I I 



I I I I I I I I I 



•paumapuoo 



•sjsaqo jo 

S98B0 U| P80BIJ 



I I I I I I I 



I I 



I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I 



I I 



I I I I I I I I I 



•3Jtl}ip 

uadxa: 10} panssj 



I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I 1 I I I I 



•joj p9;unoD 
■DV aq o* (B^ox 



00'*WHtOt»- - '-'ONHiOHrtNHOi'*CO'iO 
nn CO CM i—i COH 

I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 
I I I GO I I I I I I I I *H | | | | | tH I I I 

CO'*'OH^t>HHOt»rir|<HHt>Hff}OOHir5 
i— i r-i O CM i—i CO i-i 

a '■ 

c 

o 

I 

as 

I " " ' " iT 

h o 

^ - • - ^ 

•** — ; • >» "•*".•* .2 •■"■ 

C ^ t- — ".13 fe: 

'O co to aT /5fl^3j- ^^S^^SkS** 
06 *S ■« ■« "S S „ ,» O ? o - >^- -CCcflC>&£ 

t« a ^ ^ c ~ •— • •— a) &t CC2 fcrhni e * J *^ -*-?»— ^ J2 
O — ~ — -5 - j;j^ -G 3 •— c5 — ^^rtci^ 55 *— c3 



9681 u{ dn aasBX 



968TU!P38Bqojna 



•9681 

l X "UBf PUBH UO 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



47 



W050>OCD>C>OiC<l I iO^-t(NMNi<^ I I I I l<N till 

iQO H i— t r— i— I i— i CO <3^ 



1 30CO I I I 
iH 


1 1 1 1 tH 1 


1 1 CO 1 


1 ^ 


1 


1 1 1 


1 


1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 <N | 1 

CO 


1 1 1 1 


1 1 


1 


1 O «H 

<N CO 
CO 


r-t 


1 O* 


1 O *H 


1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 


1 1 


1 


1 o o 

ao 


1 


1 1 


1 -* 1 
<N 


1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 


1 1 


1— 1 


GO 1 »C 


1 


1 1 


1 1 1 



O O 1— I CO f— IHHH-f <N 



cn o 

CO 



I I I I I I I I I I I ill-! CO I I I I 



I I ^H Ci I I I I -* (N 

CO CO 



I I I I I I I I I 



HHJJ | | 



I I rH ^ | | | | | (N 



I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I 



J I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I 



COI>- i-H tOi-iHriHf (N 

r-t 

\ I ft I I I I I I | | | | | | | | | 

ICOCDlllllll^lllCNII-ti 

r-» CO 
rHI 

»0 O i-H COHnn r-C«— I CM 

c « • • • • 

>■ CO _^ 

g „....«0©''O..^. 

-fl TO 7 ^ ^ £? 

P u ^ ~ ii^^^-i'-^- — «- +-• .. r c-^ 

n= — £.0.0 c c a c c .— = .-^ — £ c .2 £ 

rt^r adoaoo.SccocoS^s 



H00«5OH(N(NO-t<n 
(NO CO CO 

o 



I I I I I I I I I 1 



I I I I I I I CO I I 



(NO CN CO 





„ 










2 










<:> 










c/j § 








05 . 


B t5j[ 










4? 








« 


t- 










. O D 

a 
p 


• 


• 


.... 


'S 


ad * 








^ O 


••s » 






oT . . 


&..O 




,. 


-* iZ 


cc 


in ,-. 




7. 




Book 
e report b 


natomical charts, 
rill regulations, ho 
rill regulations, an 


44 



— 

O 


5 

7; 


u 


r army co 
r and ord< 
anual, . 
y books, 




p 

S 


s 




X 


anual fo 
iles, lette 
osteins m 
etter cop 


<i;^aflo<;<h^j 



48 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



c 
o 



o 



© 



•tBuasiy ^;«JS JV 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1— It— It— 1 CM i— 1 O i— li- 1 


Ibab^J ospnuHUI 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


•[BJ9U0O uoaS 
-jn s - jo spuBH ni 


CM CM i— ' ITS r- 1 


i-h i-l 1 CM 1 1 | | 




1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


'sdjoo eoutt[tiq 
-my ;ospuBH u 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 



4 I "UBf PUBH 

no Suiuitrmaa 


CM-fCCCMCMCMOCiCMiCOO 
CM CM HC5 i—i 


T— 1 



jo pasodsiaiBjox 


1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


jsoi jopepuadxg 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ( 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


•paumapuoo 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


•sjsaijo jo 
sasBO in paoBU 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


-uadxa jojpanssi 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 



•joj pajunoo 
-dv ao. oj iejox 



CM-fCCCMCMCMOCiCMOOO NNrH^HCHH 

CM CM i-i OS i— i i—i 

I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 

I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 

(M-fWNCM(NCr. CM iC 00 M CN H ^ H 'O t- IH 

CM <M i—i O ~^ I -1 

T3 

C 
CS 

c 

a. .^ 

. "C " Q 

r T CO en ^ 

I & S < o ^ 
^ . Q . . B . -Jq ■ -S - ** 

§ _^ = ~ § .x £ i5T:i «, bogg'g 

^oog x'1 2 ' - = ■ 8 w o ■ S •= I •- '" - 

2 ° » » O 8 S « « O « S £sc— r:?CO 









Si 

o 

•♦o 



96SI QJ dn na^BX 



'9681 "! pasBqDJTi j 



"9681 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 7, 



49 



1 ( 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 


1 


11(1(111111 


-»— 




l-.oaOO(NOMaiH I 


( 


lOHOHOqiQ^ 




(1111(1111 


1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 
1 


lO H iO ri ^ O •* 




l—l 




1 tOO I (NONtD | CDO 


i—t -*f i— i i— i .— i CO 


co 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 «o CO 


CO CO 

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


I COOJ 1 <N!ONO I 1 


1 


r— 1 Tfl i—l 1-* r-i 

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 


MNNd'f^O'OHC 


to 


NINiOOWNa COCO 


1-H 
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


N (N O <C SO N «D COCO 


i— ( 








/~N 




X * 


• 


o 




J2 








• w ^^s^ - N,— \/^\ >— s^"^^^ 




co oaDotuc;?^-'* 




"** 3 -" — 5 G C ~ r/J 




"§ .© = 3:33. 3 = 3 




-^ X> CO -f CM — HN 






C *" wwww 




o ^^a^a^CL" • 


• 


'~ 71 7i ?Z X 7t & ci ' J 




"oo^ooaos 






. 


^-cjoaa>a>ooo<« 




jjt-S^S-Ut-j-ii-o^ 












• 


UtOCDiniBIlKtniK 




OJSODOOaBSC 


Ul 








o 


P*i "~ *""i *""i *"i p^* **** "^ <»*» -v 


;j 



T3 

a 

a 

a 

i 

M 

eg 

1 

O 



■ 
O. 

2 

'o 

c 

e-> 

a h 

eg o 

« I 

B 2 

:I¥ 

53 « 

8 8 

£ 

O 



a 
*-> 

eg 

CO — " 

a .a 



50 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[flan, 



5>s 



S 



CO 

J- 



s 



=0 
o 



I 

p 



p 
o 
O 

c 



CO 



Ci 
CO 



GO 



eg 



P 
o 

O" 
b0 



pu - ;_ r^ 

^ c : c 2 

P ^ H p ~* 

a>. .5 <*h .a — • 



c 
'O . 

bf3 
•r oa 

-esq 

c -^ 

O {_, 



c/: 






,■< C S 5) C c 

O c 2 p « o 



5, 2 p « o*^ c X a p 

r~ P P p •- ' cs •*- P. — »r* 
P .r -r. c ~Z sr"P J- bD fcj 



Ci — > 

> o 

p^ 

c X 



w p .p 



C..PT &•- «8 &l 



O 23 "^ 2- 22 



53 



p = 



p p 



■*j *j -P :5 _p *j 

to co +-» T- *- r. 

•p .p * -S Jt . t- 

E K 35 525 E £ 



22 53 

„22"C 

$ £ S 



bob© 

a 

-= o 

b£CP 

Wc/2 



en ci t^coooaooocftaiCiOscTsai 

ocx ocoooooogcoccocoooocoo 



CCCO tDOONn(N50iOWHOO 

^ GN ^-GN (MCNGNt-h GN CO 

'SI >> £ 'u o £» s £»"E bio ^> >> >> 

p_C3 CP-ai c=03c= P.P c: "ri 



c c 
p p 



- 

■73 



•- - - 
c c c 



li S- 1- 

o c c 



u •-* u u 

CCCO 



« 93 J:"j:*i:*j; += * *' -" 93" 



T3 



P bD 

C p 



CO b 

c p. 



22 22^ 



bo bo 

- a - a -a 

^i£"3l^ P 

C23*J OtiO C * « OO 

22<fe2202222^X22^; 






5? o 



^r «3 



is 

P 73 



rr. 



5 H 



p 

'Si- ' 

J~ P QJ K - 

U o p «r 

C P 53 

fc. bo a) , - 

C a- 2d f^ 
^^t Oh 

-M -M ~ O 

££.5 



— NODCi 
CO CO CO 00 
CO CO CO 00 



eoriiocs 



bo- g^5 

P C- p Q 

<3 <; >-5^ 



-i— -u -t-J -u 
P P P 3 
O Z> w o 



IC « 9! !» 



• • • >-l 

o 

» » »• on 

p p p p 

C C C P 
•*j <-» -t-> ■— ; 

ffi K CC J 

2222220 



© 

^ c 




22 



0) 

^Cj 

o 

23 






<*> . . . . 

?^p -« 

*:o ss • • • • 

60 'H °" J" P'- ^ -^r.- 

1 .. .S .8 . c^ b I B-g I 

tf -g 23 - ^ t . 22: £ bo^ C ^ « ^ 

P -^POr'm^C—- <« ? 

P-COC3— '53^i;o£ — ,3 



C3 

c3 ^?fe § 






HN H(N05^iOC0 1>»0>OH 



rH CN CC ^ 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7 



51 



£& 








%%% 






£■'£ "i 3 








>>> 






CZ .^ K* c c -^ 




u v 




ss's 




i 


=*- "^ >~>£ ■— « a> 




> w 










0*2 r ._. .4J "5 




C3 t-i 




tft^ oT c/T 










o< 




p- Q- Cl( 






c c a • - - '- 




c d 




ceo 






tf ~ 2 fcva ~ ■s 




o o 
Is "oa 

■4— -J 
— 1-1 

09 73 

PQPQ 

1— *^ 




o o o 

o ^ a 

c c c 

71 sJ rt 

? 3 3 
-GG ^ X> 




i 


C x -r -too 




c ~ 




s a 5 






pa-. GO »< K W (/J GO 




IZIZ 




<q<q<5 










m 




„ „ „ 






os o co o co co co 




i— CO 




^+i -f -+i 




-*"* 


QO OS OS OS CS OS OS 




OS OS 




OS Os OS 




OS 


00 GO CO X 00 00 CO 




GO GO 




CO X GO 




oo 


1— i— < »— ' i— I t— 1 »— i r- 1 




1— 1 1-» 




i—i i—i i— i 




1—1 
















iO «C OS CO O i— i o 




OS o 




COO 




CO 


(N rH rl (M (N i— 1 




CN 




CM CN CM 






, 1 




^ 




.,.,., 






Jfrt <j b 5:» c -b 




0) --H 




*C "E 'p 

a, &a 






T3 


•-7J < O eZ f^ *o ~5 




^< 




<:<< 




^ 


. . ^^ 




• • 




. . . 




• 


„0 . . . t 












r 






r r 




r ^ 




s 


4— 4— p— -, -4-J -l-> -*-> *J 








-t: «J 




o 


0) C """^ Q O Cv i> 






|-2 J 




O 














— — o — ~" ~" — ' 




H^J 




r^"" >— i 




.rj° 


■J-J -*_> - — — — ■*— 




-t-J -*J 




.* x ~Z 




*Sh 


cft cft "^ eft cc cft cft 




Cft Cfl 






»— i I— _ r-i — .—1 1— 1 




»— l ^H 




O i-i CN 




— 


.. . . T3 . 








• • • 




• 


o t| ~' r ^^ 














.a ~z s <§ £> 

c £ > S 2.5 .a 








- 




















c c 




ceo 




Zi 


o £ r ^ — - rt 

~ C - c C 2- a 




Cft J) 

c o 




/. ft > 

c c c 




d 


?2^^-rxa- 




C2£5 




C2 ~ — 




V) 





CO 


• . 


«o 


. . . 




• 




CO 






. . . 




' 


' ' ^ • ' * 




"O 




• • • 


l^i> 
.V. 


- 


Chase, 
orter, . 
. Abbe, 
. Brooks, 

Jenkins, 
Ilerrick, 
i Vose, 


8 

CO 


o 

o 

. to 

■ft 






ft; 


bp 


£ 


en . 


^ 


JIG 'GG* "^ 

7 oh 




(D 

i-i 


- G-i "~" <J ,J r • 5 




— a 








3 

Cft 








,^ <— - 










£2 




Cft " ^H 

O ~ G^ 




s 

o 


KOW^Hbb 




<P^ 






J-1 


>0 CO t> 00 OS O i— I 




»H 0< 




t-h CM GO 




»H 


rl i-l 















52 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



KEPORTS OF MEDICAL OFFICERS. 



Headquarters First Brigade, If. V. M., 
Springfield, Mass., July 3, 1896. 

Brig. Gen. Robert A. Blood, Surgeon General of Massachusetts. 

Sir : — I have the honor to forward my report of our last en- 
campment at South Framingham, June 9 to 13. 

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday forenoon were rainy, but, 
as the larger part of the troops came into camp Monday after- 
noon, only two forenoons were lost for work on account of the 
inclemency of the weather. 

Battery B, Light Artillery, and Troop F, Cavalry, came into 
camp during a severe rain, and it is gratifying as well as surpris- 
ing that there were no ailments among the men or horses directly 
traceable to the thorough drenching they must all have endured, 
when we consider that the men, at least, are unaccustomed to such 
realistic campaigning. Excepting the Second Regiment, and pos- 
sibly the brigade staff, the small number of men and horses inca- 
pacitated from duty is truly remarkable, considering the fact of 
inclement weather and that all are unaccustomed to out-door life. 
The number of men excused from duty in the several commands dur- 
ing the entire week was as follows : Second Regiment, 20 ; Sixth 
Regiment, 2; Artillery, 1; Cavalry, 1; Signal Corps, 1. There 
were none reported off duty in the Ambulance Corps. 

Our efficient and faithful Assistant Adjutant General was placed 
hors de combat by a painful fall from an unruly horse, yet he could 
not be induced to give up his duties entirely, and, although it was 
impossible for him to mount his horse during the rest of the 
encampment, his advice and help were efficient in all directions 
where they were most needed. 

Five horses were reported off duty temporarily and divided 
among the different commands as follows : Second Regiment, 1 ; 
Battery B, 1 ; Battery C, 1 ; Troop F, Cavalry, 2. 

Major Harvey, surgeon of First Battalion Light Artillery, de- 
sires, as he has expressed in a former report, rubber blankets for 
his men ; and it would seem that those who go by road to camp 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 53 

should have some protection of the kind, thereby saving possible 
illness and incapacity for work. He also suggests, again, that 
sliding windows be placed in the mess house, to protect against 
sudden changes in the weather. He would like screens for the 
hospital, to protect the sick from the curious gaze of passers-by, 
which he has found extremely annoying to his patients. His de- 
mands are so reasonable and for the good of his men and the 
service, that I surely hope his requests will be granted. 

Major Rice of the Sixth reports that about 50 men were pre- 
scribed for, but as has already been stated, only 2 excused. The 
ailments were for slight colds, diarrhoea and rheumatism, which he 
thinks were mainly caused by the rainy weather. 

He reports that policing the camp, the cook houses and sinks 
gave less trouble than in former years. He and Major Harvey 
agree that the copperas used this year is the most efficient method 
of controlling the sink odor yet introduced. I would suggest that 
a saturated solution be placed in proper receptacles at each sink, 
or near at hand, the day before the arrival of the troops. 

The urinals as at present constructed are an abomination, and I 
sincerely trust they will be removed before another encampment. 
The wood becomes saturated with urine, and the stench is terrific. 
Some means surely could be devised by which a projecting non- 
porous trough could be placed where these abominations now are. 

This year no dirt was left behind the sinks, and, as those who 
had charge of filling in the vaults did not properly attend to their 
duty, I am sorry to say the sinks were, in my opinion, a disgrace 
to our otherwise beautiful camp. There is absolutely no excuse 
for such neglect, and it is unjust to expect the medical department 
to keep the camp in a cleanly aud healthful condition if the means 
are withheld for accomplishing that end. 

If troops go into camp Monday, the brigade hospital should be 
in condition to receive any one taken ill or injured en route to 
camp, or during the first night. As it now is, the hospital stores 
are not furnished until late Tuesday, and no place is accessible for 
the sick or injured. Inasmuch as the men give the first half day 
in preparation for a good beginning when camp formally opens, 
the State can surely meet them with accommodations in case they 
need such. 

First Lieutenant and Assistant Surgeon Osgood has a hospital 
building, containing four large box stalls, for the accommodation 
of sick or injured horses. A room for an attendant, with medi- 
cines and surgical appliances, is under the same roof, the whole 
being very complete in its way, and under the supervision of its 
energetic and efficient manager will be a credit to the State and an 



54 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

object lesson for the kind and humane treatment of our noble 
friend the horse. 

Believing that a practical method of imparting instruction to 
the company bearers would best be accomplished by securing, if 
possible, the aid we desired from members of the Ambulance 
Corps, Capt. Myles Standish was requested to send some of his 
non-commissioned men to the several commands, and give them 
such instruction as in his judgment would best fit them for their 
duties. Much of the work done by this corps would be of no 
practical value to the company bearers, and Captain Standish 
selected a simple drill from his work that harmonized with the 
appliances furnished the bearers, and that would be eminently 
practical in actual service, and very kindly sent some of his men 
to impart this knowledge to the stretcher bearers. It is to be 
regretted that other duties prevented the company bearers from 
taking more advantage of these instructions, so kindly supplied 
by Captain Standish and his willing and competent men. 

If it is desirable that the stretcher bearers be well informed in 
their duties, the State can well afford to send men selected from 
the Ambulance Corps to drill them in their respective armories. 
It is next to impossible for the surgeons to attend to this matter 
personally, especially in the western part of the State, where the 
companies are somewhat widely scattered. 

I desire, before bringing my report to a close, to thank you and 
all others for the kindly forbearance extended to me in my new 
and untried position ; and to those who so cheerfully aided me in 
my efforts I extend my sincere thanks. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

David Clark, 
Lieutenant Colonel and Medical Director, 
First Brigade, M. V. M. 



Headquarters Second Brigade, M. V. M., 
Boston, Aug. 11, 1896. 

Brig. Gen. Robert A. Blood, Surgeon General Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following report of 
the medical department of the Second Brigade, M. V. M., during 
its tour of duty at South Framingham, from July 20 to 25, 1896. 

The rain Monday night and Tuesday morning was quite refresh- 
ing, laying the dust and improving the looks of the camp grounds. 
No more rain fell until Friday and then only light showers in the 
afternoon ; during the evening and until after midnight the rainf al 
was quite heavy. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 7. 55 

The average maximum temperature for the week, taken at 12.30 
o'clock daily, was 79.2°, so that on the whole the weather condi- 
tions were very favorable for active military work. 

There was about the usual amount of sickness during this en- 
campment, one organization reporting none excused from duty by 
medical officers, while in the others there were from one to three 
or more excused daily. No sunstrokes and but few cases of heat- 
exhaustion reported. 

There were but four casualties reported during the week, three 
in the Cavalry and one in the Signal Corps. The hospital steward 
of the First Battalion Cavalry was thrown from his horse in front 
of the Signal Corps quarters, striking on his left shoulder and 
head, producing unconsciousness and slight concussion of the 
brain. He was taken to the brigade hospital in the ambulance 
for treatment. Cold applications to head, rest and quiet soon 
restored him, and in a few hours he returned to his quarters. 
Two troopers were injured, one the result of a kick from a horse, 
causing a contusion of the left thigh ; and the other receiving a 
severe kick from another trooper's horse, causing a fracture of the 
lower third of the left fibula. I saw this case in consultation with 
the surgeon. A full report of the case was duly forwarded to 
you. The fourth case was that of Priv. George A. Richardson 
of the Signal Corps, who strained the muscles of his back while 
at work in constructing a bridge over a ravine. He was cared for 
at the brigade hospital, and Saturday morning taken to the station 
in the ambulance and sent home in charge of two men of the 
Ambulance Corps. 

Assistant Surgeons O'Callaghan of the Ninth Regiment, C. E. 
Jenkins of the Eighth Regiment and H. Lincoln Chase of the 
Fifth Regiment were detailed for duty during the week at brigade 
hospital. Four cases only were taken there for treatment. 

A detail from the Ambulance Corps, under command of Captain 
Standish and Lieutenant Rolfe, instructed the company bearers 
of the three regiments on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in 
use of the litter and the handling of the sick and wounded. Lect- 
ures were also given by some of the surgeons on first aid to the 
injured. 

Policing of camp was thoroughly and carefully attended to, 
reflecting much credit upon the various organizations. The cook 
houses, wash stands and grounds about them were kept in first- 
class condition. The tables and shelves in the cook house at 
brigade headquarters were unfit for use, and on Monday and Tues- 
day forenoons they were replaced by new ones. The sinks down 



56 ADJUTANT GENEKAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

the line were in an unsanitary condition, the vaults not having 
been cleaned out since the First Brigade camp. 

The bath houses were well patronized, but, as there are only 
accommodations for a portion of the men, I would recommend 
that others be built, or that a bathing pool be constructed sufficient 
for the use of all. 

Enclosed you will find meteorological record for the week end- 
ing July 25, 1896. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Freeman C. Herset, 
Lieutenant Colonel and Medical Director, 
Second Brigade, M. V. 31. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 7. 



57 



c 

p 
© 





X 


>. 






«3 O 












II 




la 


h 

00 


ia 










CO 




la 




a 

as 


1 * 


to 


1 


!- S 


1 


1 


* 


cd 


i 


? 




o 


o 

J3 




gi3 








►-* 




CJ 




Cd 


CD 


GO 




o 


















t~ 




h- 








O) 






»ra 


> 

< 


•jajaraojBa 


1 <=>. 

© 


1 


1-; 


1 


1 


1 


CO 
CD 


i 


i 


OS 




CO 




CN 








CM 






CM 


K 














































«c 




CM 












■* 










•j.uioouaqj. 


1 1 


1 


CO 


1 


1 


1 




I 


' 


l^ 




t- 




t- 








t— 
































CUJ31 


X umcuiatf^ 


OiOO 


«5 




■a 


M 




vft \0 


i" o 










CO 


to 


» 'O 




t~ o> 


CC 1— 




n ri 


P 


ub mncuixu]^ 


CO t- oo to t— t- 


CO 


t- 


x to 




CO to 


to 00 




10 t- 




Hoipax i«i 


CO 

q 


t~ 


IH 


09 

a 














fc 


'jo ;anoai v 


1 


1-H 




o 














pspug 


I I 


| 


1 


i 


1 


1 


1 


, 


i 


1 


























< 




^ 






















•paoasraraoQ 


1 Ph 

© 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


i 


1 




CJ 

u 

> 


•aiojj 
SaiAOiu 


m 


>> 


£ 


■ 


• 


CO 


1 


1 


^ 
fc 


£ 
* 


•■janoaiv 


be — 


U 


o 

3 


* 


a 


-a 
o 


CJ 


1 


a 

OS 


V 


% 


6 




H 


S 


l-a 


H 


>j 


fc 




X 


fe 














, 




. 










•paiH 


e a 


a 


«a e 


B 


5 


a 5 


a 


c 
o 




5 


o 






2 £ 


E 


BOS! 


o 


2 


* 


O 






"3 




Si ^ 


hi 




T3 


C9 


6 








pi 

H 

c 

P 


•janorav 


O 1 


i 




CJ M 


i 


O 


3 


i 


i 


•pa}X 


ii t 


i 


la 


u 


i 


iia 
S5 


•jw^uS 


■ CQ 

— s 


eo 

□ 
o 








Oai 




L> 


u 




©CDS 

CO 


- '-•'-* 


Q 
w 


•aoao^ 


c n a 

o o o 

— :.. — 
0D.O GO 


ti s 

•- -> 
t— i L - 


"3 y 

°5 


1 


£3 


•a eg 

— ,N 

J 5 




s • 

-3 


- r "J 
1) 


- £ 


•aopooaiQ 


CD 


GO 
CQ 


33 


CO 

a 
o 
55 


QD 


CQ 


H 

ad 


GO 




id 


6 
o 
W 


-.CltpiCD 


CO <=> 


O 


CO 


r» 


«o 


us 


o 


«C5 
<N 

i-" 


a> 


CO 


-nn aAinqaa 




OS 


in 

to 


CO 


t- 


CD 


CO 


r-H 


■* 


00 


•j.oauaqj, 




>e 




o 




lA 




i« 


■a 




qi u a i a Ai 


t- *- 




i— 


CO 

I- 


t- 




CO 


o 


00 
CO 


e-i 

CO 




■J9)3 






















-raoj 


"9 P">103i4OO 


1 1 


i 


I 


1 


l 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 






■o 


lO 












■o 




»o 


P. 
H 
u 


•paqo«uv 




CO 


i— 

00 


o 
I— 




CO 




»-H 


00 
CO 














ifli 


ift 










S 
H 


•paeodxg 


OS — 1 


CO 


o 

00 


1— 


t- 


00 


O 

t- 


CM 


CO 


CO 






CM CM 


la. 


fc- 


t~ 


"* 


t~ 


CM 


35 


CM 


CO 






»- © 


OS 


08 


<y> 


O 


o> 


CO 


to 




oo 




•jajacaoaBg 


o o 


o> 


o 


o> 


o 


o 


C3 


O) 


OS 


OS 






eo co 


CM 


CM 


CN 


CO 


<N 


CM 


CM 


CM 


CM 






a s 


a 


H 


8 


S 


S 


H 


fl 


a 


a 




•uoti 


Ph Ph 


■^ 


J, 


Ph 


>«1 


Ph 


Ph 


-1 


Ph 


Ph 


-baj; 


>gqO jo 9iu?x 


o 

CO o 


o 


O 
CO 


o 


o 


o 

CO 


O 


O 


O 
CO 


o 






CM w 


eo 


<M 


CO 


CO 


CM 


CO 


CO 


c* 


CO 






^H CO 


co 


"- 1 


<N 


to 


~~ 


to 


eo 




CO 




i 


© 

CM 


CM 






s 






>> 








a ^ fc 

S ca =-{ 
Q O H 


>> 

a 


>> 












3 








>-a 


>-a 






ej 

T3 tC 






>>-o 






>> 


>> 












eS eft 






03 






o oc 






re O0 






"O to 










at —' 








a ao 


O CO 








B co 






fe 


O — 1 


s <-• 








A ^ 






< 


D 


£ 


H 










H 







^ 

2 



ft. 
ft, 

& 



58 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 






O 

S3 
O 

O 



00 

S 
s 

<4> 






© 






o 



o 

p^> 

o 

s- 
o 









m B 




>> . 




In 

cj 

S 


— 


O CO 


o 


10 2 




0) 


D 


-flrJ 


J3 


CO 




K 




ooE 


CQ 




. 








t~ 




> 

< 

to 


uaiauicuBa 


i 


1 


CN 


1 












< 








CN 






•jjaioouaqj, 




1 


CO 

to 


1 


•uuaqj, ai nimurjfl 


. "? 


1 




U5 if5 


f 


U« UJtUUlXUJ^ 


*- 




m 


to iO 




•eaqoni ai 






CN 


o 


H 


•jo ^anoaiy 




1 




1" 


•popua 


i i i i 


< 












£ 


•paoaaraaioQ 


I 


1 


1 


1 




•uiojj 














suiaooi 


I 


1 


1 


1 




PS 


ajjoajfa 














. 


^g 


M 




w 






£ 




a 




£ 


•janorav 


i 


C 




2 




o 






fa 


a 


c- 1 


X 


i-i 






















Q 

P 




•pa{3 


a 


s 

3 




S 


o 

*1 






fe 


o 


u£ 


Szi 


V 










































janoray 


an 


3 


i 


i 




PJ 




CO 


9 








- 


























p 


•paJ2 


5co£ 


s ^ 


- i 


i 








£^3 




25 


•80.IO.J 


• si 






5 

M 

3 














£ 


aoiioaaiQ 


525 


w 

CO* 
73 


H 

CO 
00 




6 


•A"itpiai 


■a 

to 


■a 

o 


in 

CN 

to 


o 

to 


O 












•j.oauaqj. 










w 


qi»a^Ai 


■o 


to 




CO 




J8}9 










-raoj 


eg papaaaoQ 


i 


1 


1 


1 


W 

B 


•paqonjlV 


«5 

to 




CO 

to 


o 
to 


•pssodxg 


to 




to 


iO 
CO 






■* 


o> 


o 


00 




•aa^aaioaBa 


© 
© 


as 










CO 


<M 


CN 


Ol 






S 


a 


w 


s 




•noi; 


«* 


Ph 


Ph 


< 


-«AJa 


Bqo jo acutx 


o 


o 










CO 


<N 


CO 


CO 






to 




to 


to 




i 


-+" 






>> 




<M 










> 








3 




H s 5 

H S o 


"5 






*-9 




h> 






>><° 




< £ m 

o o H 


bto 

45 O 1 






I- _ 




fa 


•n- 1 






«^ 




<r 


3 


fa 






CQ 






1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 59 



HEADQLARTER8 FlRST CORPS CADETS, M. V. M., 

Boston, July 20, 1896. 

Brig. Gen. Robert A. Blood, Surgeon General of Massachusetts. 

General: — I have the honor to submit the following report of 
the medical department of the First Corps of Cadets during the 
encampment at Hingham, from the 11th to the 18th of July, 
inclusive. 

The weather was good, with the exception of the extreme heat 
at midday on Sunday and Monday, when the maximum ther- 
mometer registered 98° and 102° respectively. The meteoro- 
logical observations, a record of which is enclosed, were taken 
by Assistant Surgeon Charles M. Green. 

The health of the command was exceptionally good. No man 
was reported on the morning sick report, and the hospital was 
not required. 

A daily morning inspection of the camp was made, in company 
with the officer of the day. The dietary for the day was exam- 
ined. The food was, as usual, simple in character and well cooked. 

The commanding officer has, since the last camp, made a num- 
ber of changes which have greatly improved the sanitary arrange- 
ments. One end of the bath house was formerly occupied by the 
officers, the centre by men and the other end by the band. The 
whole building is now given over to the corps, while a new bath 
house has been built for the officers, a second for the band men 
and a third for the servants. 

In the kitchen many important and excellent changes nave been 
made. The cooking facilities have been greatly increased ; new 
and improved apparatus has been introduced, and arrangements 
tending to facilitate the rapid serving of the food have been per- 
fected. The result is markedly apparent in the condition of the 
food as it appears upon the tables. 

In the sinks a separate apartment has been assigned to the 
officers, and in all the sinks a urinal trough with running water 
now takes the place of the former open sink. The servants have 
been assigned quarters in the second story of the storehouse, 
which are greatly superior, as regards comfort and ventilation, 
to those which they previously occupied. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

William L. Richardson, 
Major and Surgeon, 
First Corps Cadets, M. V. M. 



GO 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[elan. 



<c 






















M 














>> 


>> 






£ 


u. 


# 




M 


t* 




T3 


•o 




h 


cS 


i- 


«- 


a 


aa 


h 


3 


3 


— 


cS 


W 






o 


« 




O 


O 




0> 


o 

D3 






















O 


fe 


fe 


O 


U 


fa 


O 


O 


fa 


O 



as 
of 

£ 

s 

N 

8- 

6 

S£ 



g 

c 
o 



o 
o 
© 



•jajaraoasa 


29.95 


29.84 


29.84 


•jjinoaiiaqx 


82.75 


81.50 


73.00 



■auaqj, turtmttnre 

PUB ainDULXCJ\ 



•saqDnj in 
•jo lanotuv - 



•papaa 



•paoaarataoo 



i i i 



•raojj 
Sni.voui 



•innoaiy 



•para 



•■janocuy 



•pai2 



* 


CO 


CM 


- 


rH 


<M 


■ ■>* 


*~ 


to 


<M 






32 


m 


u 

co 


GC 


co 


u 


Str. 
and 
Cum. 
Str. 




' 


■* 


CO 


i 


iH 


iO 


00 


00 


t- 


i 



5 o§a 



^ u -o fl iItsS u-og h"oS 

O Oa£ 0«q oS 5 °«5 



ft 



•80JOj[ 



■aoxjoajiQ 



ec 



£ * 



t>72 






fa H 



"A"jipiui 

•ne 8AIJ*«I3H 



•j.omjaqx 



<# rl 



-* to 



•J3}3 

-tnojftJa pa|oajjo3 


i i i i i i i i ii 


8 

w 
n 


•paqDBjlY 


i i i i i i i i i i 


•pasodxg; 




00 


»— 

o 


.00 




■o 

OS 


to 


to 


o 
oo 


oo 
to 


•jajaraojBg 


O 

ov 




OS 


OS 


00 
CO 


to 

00 

oi 


00 

o> 

CN 


00 

a 


od 

00 

c» 


CO 

C35 
CM 


-BAJ0 


•nop 
sqo jo aouj, 


pi 

0) 




pi 

CN 


pl 

OS 


a 


Pi 


Pi 




pi 


a 

pi 

OS 



r-. » 



CM 

^ a 
i a 

c« 3 
CO CD 



= 

■■a 



3 





3 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



61 



>» 

■c 

3 



3 
O 



O O O 







t" 






o 






OS 






1 


co 


1 


1 


t~ 


1 


1 


o 


1 


1 




© 






o 






© 








(M 






cm 






CO 






1 


o 


1 


1 


o 
© 

I— 


1 


1 


o 
T 
d 

co 


' 


1 




-* 




co 


>o 




l~ 


00 




O 


i— l 


to 


1 


oc 




1 


CO 


■a 




t- 


* 


* £ 




,_ 4_ 


^ ^_ 
















d ' 


d ' 












1 


,H 





















s s 



* 


► 


£ 


£ 


> 


ad 


00 


fe 


m 


K- 


CD 


0Q 


£ 


► 


QD 



W OQ fc 



© 

00 










. 
oc —> 




















1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


"* 






1- 







O 


CM 




CO 




"* 


-' 


"■ 


1— t 


oa 






QQ 




** 


Is 


u 

1. 








Str. 
and 
Cum. 
Str. 


|4 

— 

qq 


h 
QQ 


OQ 


o» 






Cl 




1 


1 


tO 




-f 




-r 


CM 


' 


1 


55§ 


9 

3 


— 

5 


Et3 

5§ 


E 


1 


1 


B 

9 



1- 

3 


- ■- 

caO 


E 


Cir. 

and 
Cir 
Cum. 


a 
3 



1 


1 


CO 






CO 




CM 


CM 


cm 




t-i 




CM 


CO 


CM 


t-i 



o 

CO 


CM 
I- 


00 






00 
00 




CO 




CO 

00 


CO 

00 



I- 


OO 


1~ 


CO 
CO 


CM 


CO 


00 




CO 





CD 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 




3* 
00 


CO 


1— 

CO 


CO 


CO 
CO 


CO 


00 
I— 


CO 


CO 
CO 




co 


CO 

d 
cm 


CO 

CO 

Cl 
CM 


ro 
I— 

d 

CM 


00 



CM 


Cl 

d 
CM 





CO 


CO 

d 
co 




CO 

d 

CO 



43 



8 
o 

8 



CO 

•"3 





C5 






C 








'^ 


2P 






V. 

so 


cc 


"VS 


.O 


CO 


s 





^ 
















O 






Si 


fe 




12 


Ed 








- 



:= 



3 
"a 



* 






C3 



x 



62 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Headquarters Second Corps Cadets, M.V. M., 
Salem, Sept. 1, 1896. 

Brig. Gen Robert A. Blood, Surgeon General of Massachusetts. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the following report of the 
medical department of the Second Corps of Cadets for the annual 
drill and annual encampment of 1896. 

The command went into camp at Boxford, Mass., on Monday, 
August 10, and remained until Saturday, Aug. 15, 1896. The 
first day of this tour of duty was devoted to the annual drill and 
the remainder to the annual encampment. 

The camp ground at Boxford was a new one to the Corps. It 
was pleasantly situated on the shore of a fresh-water lake, on dry, 
level ground, about twenty-five feet above the level of the water. 
A well had been driven, under the direction of Lieut. John E. 
Spencer, and at a depth of about thirty feet an abundant supply 
of excellent water was obtained. This well was over five hundred 
feet distant from the nearest building, and there appeared to be no 
possible source by which the water might be polluted. By means 
of a hand pump the water was conducted through two hundred and 
fifty feet of galvanized iron pipe to a large tank, which supplied 
the water to the wash basins. 

The proximity of the lake afforded excellent advantages for 
bathing, and the men generally availed themselves of the oppor- 
tunity to indulge. 

A permanent cook house had been erected and the camp pitched 
before the arrival of the Corps. The excessive heat of the first 
three days made it imperative to abandon all work on the field 
after the conclusion of the ceremony of guard mounting early in 
the morning, until late in the afternoon on those days. Yet, not- 
withstanding the intense heat, there were but two cases of heat 
exhaustion, and those occurred shortly after arrival on the first 
morning, both recovering speedily after a few hours' rest and 
treatment. Aside from those and a few of the usual minor ail- 
ments induced b} T the change of occupation and mode of living of 
the men, the health of the command was excellent. 

A saturated solution of copperas was thrown into the sinks 
every four hours, and then all liquid was covered with dry earth. 
By that means they were effectually disinfected and deodorized. 

The food was simple and well prepared. The dietary was sub- 
mitted daily for the approval of the medical officers, and any 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 63 

articles considered undesirable for the men to have were stricken 
from the list. 

I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

James E. Simpson, 

Major and Surgeon, 
Second Corps Cadets, M. V. M. 



U. S. S. Minnesota, Boston, July 24, 1896. 
To the Surgeon General. 

Sir: — I have the honor to submit the following medical report 
of the recent tour of duty of the Naval Brigade, M. V. M. 

The brigade embarked on the U. S. S. " Minnesota " Saturday 
afternoon, July 11. The next day the ship got under way and 
was towed to her anchorage between George's and Gallop's islands, 
where she remained until the following Saturday morning. 

On four successive afternoons, beginning with Sunday, boat 
expeditions, of two divisions each, were sent off for exploration 
and experience in making camp, remaining away about twenty- 
four hours. Three of these expeditions were accompanied by 
Lieut. J. G. Abbe, assistant surgeon, the other by myself. 

Nearly all the sickness during the tour of duty resulted from 
one of these expeditions, several men becoming exhausted and 
slightly burned while attempting to put out a fire on the beach at 
Cohasset. With the exception of these cases, a fractured clavicle 
and about the usual amount of diarrhoea, there was very little to 
claim the attention of the medical department. The sick bay of 
the ship is commodious and well ventilated, and requires only 
proper furnishing to make it a satisfactory hospital. * 

The sanitary arrangements were very good. The sinks were 
kept perfectly clean by a constant stream of water which was 
pumped through the " head." 

The bathing facilities were excellent, the men being allowed to 
bathe from the float alongside the ship, in addition to ample ac- 
commodations on board, including six shower baths. 

The mess was fair, but not quite up to the standard of the last 
two years, the difference being chiefly in the cooking, in a lack of 
variety in the bill of fare, and in the fact that we were furnished 
part of the time with impure milk. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Gardner W. Allen, 
Surgeon, Naval Brigade, M. V. M. 



64 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Headquarters Second Corps Cadets, M. V. M., 
Salem, Oct. 19, 1896. 

Brig. Gen. Robert A. Blood, Siirgeon General of Massachusetts. 

Sir: — By Special Orders No. 114, A. G. O., 1896, I was 
detailed to inspect the Ambulance Corps, M. V. INI., upon the 
occasion of its annual drill, Oct. 14, 1896. I would respectfully 
submit the following report upon that tour of duty. 

It was intended to hold the drill at Salem, Mass., but, owing to 
the continued wet weather, it was deemed inadvisable to do so, 
and on the morning of the 14th it was found necessary to devote 
the day to in-door practice. Accordingly, the command reported 
for duty at the South Armory, Irvington Street, Boston. 

There are borne upon the rolls of the Corps 3 officers and 50 
men (Boston division, 23 men ; Lowell division, 27 men). There 
were present 3 officers and 33 men, the absentees being as follows : 
Boston division, 2 with leave, 2 without leave ; Lowell division, 4 
with leave, 9 without leave ; total, 17 absent. 

Uniforms and equipments were clean and in good order. Disci- 
pline was excellent. The command was made up of educated and 
intelligent men, as necessarily must be the case to ensure the 
proper performance of the responsible duties encumbent upon an 
Ambulance Corps. Officers were enthusiastic and painstaking in 
their work ; men were much interested. 

The morning's work consisted of a tactical drill, a litter drill, 
an exhibition of the application of bandages and splints, and was 
concluded by an inspection. Rations, which were brought by the 
men, were eaten in the hall at noon, and the afternoon was spent, 
through the courtesy of the officials of the city of Boston, in 
visiting and studying the methods in vogue at the Quarantine 
Station in Boston harbor, the corps being accompanied on this 
trip by the surgeon general. 

The litters in use by the command are in good condition, as far 
as service is concerned ; but the universal neatness of the Corps 
is somewhat marred by the appearance of some of the litters which 
have been in use the longest, and which are stained by blood and 
dirt. There is no way of cleansing the kit covers, since upon 
washing they would shrink to such an extent that they would not 
fit over the stretchers. This condition could be overcome if a 
brownish-colored canvas were used in the manufacture of the 
litters, instead of the white. 

The pouches worn by the men contain, among other articles, a 
few antiseptic tablets of corrosive sublimate, which are white in 
color, and are issued in wooden boxes. Owing to the absorption 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 65 

of moisture, the tablets crumble and deliquesce. To avoid this 
difficulty, it is recommended that the antiseptic be issued in glass 
bottles, with glass stoppers ; and, to tend to prevent possible acci- 
dental poisoning from administration internally, the tablets be 
colored red or blue. 

The nature of the work destined to be performed by the Ambu- 
lance Corps in active service makes it imperative that none should 
be carried on the rolls except trained men, who can be relied upon. 
Steps should be taken to compel attendance ; for, if men absent 
themselves without leave from prescribed tours of duty, for which 
they have ample time to arrange business affairs, it does not seem 
probable that they could be depended upon to perform their duty 
if called upon in an emergency, without warning. 

One of the features of the day's work was the dressing of im- 
aginary wounds in different parts of the body, just as would have 
been required for the treatment of real injuries at the righting line 
in actual service. The knowledge displayed by the men in apply- 
ing tourniquets, splints and bandages for the various injuries 
named reflects great credit upon the officers' ability as instructors. 

The tour of duty was a most instructive one. 

Respectfully submitted, your obedient servant, 

James E. Simpson, 
Major and Surgeon, Second Corps Cadets, M. V. M., 
Detailed as Inspecting Officer, 



66 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REPORT OF THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL. 



Judge Advocate General's Office, 
Boston, Dec. 2, 1896. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General, State House, Boston. 

General : — I have the honor to submit my report for the 
current year. 

Charges were preferred against Benjamin A. Freeman, second 
lieutenant, Company H, Sixth Regiment, and referred to me for 
investigation, and my report thereon has been made and filed with 
you upon two occasions. The court martial proceedings against 
said Freeman were also submitted to me for review, and my report 
thereon has been made and filed with you. 

The court martial proceedings against Capt. Anthony D. Mitten 
of Company M, Ninth Regiment, were submitted to me for review, 
and my report thereon has been made and filed with you. 

Very respectfully, 

EDGAR R, CHAMPLIN, 

Judge Advocate General. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 7. 67 



BOARD OF MILITARY EXAMINERS. 



State House, Boston, Dec. 31, 1896. 
Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following report of 
the transactions of the Board of Military Examiners for the year 
ending Dec. 31, 1896. 

The Board has held twelve meetings during the year. The total 
number of examinations was one hundred and twenty-nine ; of 
these, one hundred and four were approved by the Board upon 
first examination, twelve were conditionally passed to reappear 
and upon subsequent examination were approved, thirteen were 
rejected. 

Fifty-two of the entire number were officers who had previously 
appeared before the Board for examination for a lower grade. 

Respectfully, your obedient servant, 

BENJ. F. PEACH, Jr., 
Brigadier General, President of Board. 



68 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



EEPOET OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF RIFLE 

PRACTICE. 



Office of Inspector General of Rifle Practice, 
Boston, Dec. 10, 1896. 
Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

General: — I have the honor herewith to submit my third 
annual report, covering the operations of this department for the 
season of range practice closing 31 October, and for the year clos- 
ing Dec. 31, 1896. 

Departmental Orders. 

Under the conviction that radical departures from any well- 
tested military system must to a certain extent be detrimental to 
the best interests of the service, this department, in its work of 
the year now closing, has followed closely the established routine. 
Minor deviations from precedent will receive mention in following 
pages of this report. Orders and circulars having a direct bearing 
upon the operations of the department were issued in the follow- 
ing succession : — 

General Order No. 2, 11 January, promulgated the conditions 
governing rifle, carbine, and revolver qualifications, and the issue 
of decorations therefor, fixed the amount of ammunition allow- 
ances, established special prizes for companies attaining the 
highest figures of merit, and outlined the field to be covered by 
the junior officers of the department. General Order No. 9 (para- 
graphs XIII. -XIV.), 11 April, published. regulations for the guid- 
ance of troops firing over the State range at South Framingham, 
during the encampments of the First and Second Brigades. Cir- 
cular, under date of 25 April, published target assignments at 
Walnut Hill, together with the special rules governing firing on 
that range. General Order No. 12, 2 May, and General Order 
No. 14 (paragraph IV.), 28 May, prescribed the insignia to be 
worn by all officers attached to the department. General Order 
No. 17, 20 August, published the rules and regulations for the 
State General Competition of 7 September, together with the de- 
tails of officers for special duty thereat and all general provisions 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 69 

relating to the conduct of the match. Circular, under date of 7 
September, contained specific instructions for the guidance of 
range officers and others detailed for duty at the competition of 
that date. 

Figure of Merit. 

Following the rule adopted in 1895, by which no consideration was 
given to the rifle work of members of the service whose legitimate 
duties did not require in their performance the use of small-arms, 
the figure of merit for the present year is computed upon the 
range records of those only who are attached to the strictly com- 
batant force. In one important particular, however, this rule has 
been given added stringency : whereas, in 1895, credit was allowed 
for marksmen of record who had failed to requalify during the 
season, in the computation for the present year points are cred- 
ited only for marksmen in service October 31, who have qualified 
or requalified during the target year. It hardly requires demon- 
stration that the figure of merit obtained by this latter process 
affords a far more accurate means of gauging the actual efficiency 
of the force. 

When compared with the aggregate for 1895 (15,085 points), 
the figures for the present year (14,686 points) show an apparent 
diminution in shooting strength. Yet, as a matter of fact, this 
aggregate for 1896 denotes the most satisfactory condition of 
affairs yet attained through the efforts of the officers of this de- 
partment, and I feel myself warranted in reporting that at the 
present time the force as a whole may be considered in a high state 
of efficiency in so far as regards its skill in the use of the rifle. 

It should be a matter for congratulation that the greater number 
of organizations of the militia find themselves able to exhibit a 
substantial gain in their figures of merit over the year preceding. 
The only commands showing a decrease are the Sixth Infantry, 
with a loss of 135 points ; the Eighth Infantry, with 359 points ; 
the Naval Brigade, with 105 points; and the First Cavalry, with 
41 points. 

A table is appended exhibiting the aggregate figures of merit for 
the period of ten years, 1887 to 1896 inclusive. In any attempt 
at intelligent comparison, it must be borne in mind that prior to 
1895 points were credited for marksmen who qualified and subse- 
quently left the service ; that additional points were allowed for 
marksmen winning individual prizes or securing positions on win- 
ning teams ; and that the large number of points formerly credited 
to non-combatants has been eliminated from the aggregates given 
for the years 1895-96. 



70 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S KEPORT. [Jan. 

Toints. 

1887, 5,193 

1888, 6,249 

1889 7,121 

1890, 7,078 

1891, 8,096 

1892, 9,690 

1893 12,716 

1894 16,113 

1895,* 15,085 

1896,* 14,686 

Qualifications. 

The various class requirements, and the conditions governing 
qualifications, had so well stood the test of long trial that no 
necessity for anything beyond minor modification became appar- 
ent during the year. The only departure from former methods 
(General Orders, No. 2, paragraph III.) was in allowing one 
point on each score shot at 500 yards, in the " prone" position. 
This rule was adopted for the reason that the position noted is 
preeminently a military one, even though it may not be so well 
adapted to mere target practice as some positions more commonly 
used ; and it was considered proper to place an adequate premium 
upon its employment. Further to encourage men in practising in 
this position, its use at 500 yards was made obligatory in the State 
General Competition. 

The number of qualifications and requalifications recorded during 
the year should be noted with satisfaction. While the statistical 
tables accompanying this report exhibit this feature more in detail, 
I yet cannot refrain from calling particular attention to the remark- 
able record of " F " Division, Naval Brigade (station, Fall River), 
which command returns every man as a qualified sharpshooter. It 
also is worthy of more than passing comment that no less than 
thirty-two companies of the State troops were able, at the close of 
the year's range work, to report full enrolments of officers and men 
qualified in one or another of the various classes. The fact that 
the decorations issued for marksmanship increased by 501 pieces is 
not without significance. 

Minimum Rating for One Year's Service. 

General Order No. 2, of the series of 1896, contained the follow- 
ing paragraph : — 

" Any soldier enlisting after this date will be expected to make 
two scores of twelve points out of a possible twenty-five, at 200 

* Marked by the adoption of more exacting conditions. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 71 

yards, during the first year of his service ; and company com- 
manders will see to it that all instruction necessary to accomplish 
this result is given." 

I regret the necessity which compels me to publish the subjoined 
table, showing the number of men of one year's service who, in 
each of the several commands, have been allowed to disregard the 
requirement above quoted : — 

First Infantry, 30 

Second Infantry, ....... 19 

Fifth Infantry/ 33 

Sixth Infantry, 25 

Eighth Infantry, 31 

Ninth Infantry, 26 

First Corps Cadets, 4 

Second Corps Cadets, 9 

Naval Brigade, 2 

First Battalion Cavalry 63 

" F" Troop Cavalry, unattached, ... 

Aggregate, 242 

Of the infantry, the following companies are most conspicuous 
for delinquency: " K " Company, First Infantry (station, Bos- 
ton), Capt. G. F. Quinby, 12 men; u B " Company, Ninth In- 
fantry (station, Boston), Capt. G. F. H. Murray, 12 men; and 
" PV Company, Eighth Infantry (station, Beverly), Capt. Robert 
Robertson, 10 men. Of the cavalry, " A " Troop (station, Bos- 
ton), Capt. O. A. Jones, shows a delinquent list of 32 men ; " D " 
Troop (station, Boston), Capt. W. A. Perrins, 31 men. 

In striking contrast to the showing made by the two last-named 
commands is the record of " F" Troop (unattached) of Chelms- 
ford (station, No. Chelmsford), Capt. E. H. Shaw, which for two 
successive years has returned a full enrolment of qualified marks- 
men. With the excellent personnel now enrolled in the ranks of 
the First Battalion Cavalry there can be no excuse save negligence 
for such a condition of affairs as that above reported, and it is 
suggested that the matter might well be made the subject of offi- 
cial inquiry on the part of State headquarters. 

Compulsory Qualification. 

In his report for 1892, my predecessor, the late Col. William L. 
Chase, % recommended that duty-pay be graded in accordance with 
the shooting efficiency of the men in service, suggesting that the 
following ratings be adopted : — 

1. On marksmen, $2.00 per diem. 



72 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

2. On men who have shot, but failed to qualify, $1 50 per diem. 

3. On men who have done no shooting, $1 00 per diem. 

And he took occasion to observe: "The last (3) class — igno- 
rant, uninstructed, and incompetent soldiers — would be a source 
of positive danger if called out for action." 

While not prepared to urge any action in the direction of graded 
pay, I yet cannot refrain from calling attention to the fact that, 
under existing conditions, the Commonwealth yearly is called upon 
to expend very considerable sums for which no adequate return is 
rendered. The figures given under the preceding heading of this 
report should amply verify this assertion. The 242 men who failed 
to make the minimum scores prescribed in orders certainly cannot 
claim any standing as soldiers, — if by the term "soldier" is 
meant a fighting unit of any value, — yet in the aggregate they 
drew from the treasury of the State no less a sum than $2,904. 
That this large amount of money was spent to no useful end hardly 
admits of question. It seems evident that a force almost exactly 
the equivalent in numerical strength of a battalion of infantry 
must, because of its absolute inefficiency, be deducted from the 
military body for the maintenance of which the citizens of the 
Commonwealth are taxed. Surely appropriations should not be 
made unless their expenditure can go to the upbuilding of some- 
thing more than mere " paper strength," — and yet what better 
definition of paper strength can be given than that afforded by the 
soldier who cannot use his weapon ? 

In both my preceding reports I have urged that qualification in 
at least the lowest grade of marksmanship should be made an 
essential requisite for remaining in the service. Without again 
bringing forward the arguments which so strongly support this 
proposition, I feel that this recommendation should here be re- 
peated. No legislation is necessary to effect this much-needed 
change for the better ; the whole matter may simply be made one 
of orders or regulations. If it be granted — and it would seem 
that no intelligent officer can fail to admit the force of this propo- 
sition — that the soldier who cannot shoot is the non-effective 
soldier, the solution of the present difficulty becomes simplicity 
itself. Let it once be announced in general orders that any man 
failing, in a term of service of one year, to attain a certain easy 
standard of minimum efficiency will be honorably discharged " for 
the best interests of the service," and with that announcement half 
the perplexities by which this department now finds itself con- 
fronted will disappear. Under the operation of such a regulation, 
the State would have sent back to civil life 242 men at the close 
of the present year, — and would have been the stronger for the 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 7. 



73 



loss. Under prevailing conditions these men will be allowed to 
continue in the service, drawing thousands of dollars in unearned 
pay, in addition to the further amounts absorbed in providing them 
with transportation, uniforms, and equipments. 

Effective Strength v. Paper Strength. 

In my report for 1895 I submitted, to illustrate certain points 
in my recommendations, the scores recorded by the teams stand- 
ing highest and lowest in the regimental competitions of that year. 
In order to emphasize the statements contained in the two sub- 
divisions of this report immediately preceding, I feel constrained 
to publish below the corresponding scores for the season of 1896. 
To "M" Company, Second Infantry (station, Adams), com- 
manded by Capt. Herbert O. Hicks, falls the honor of having the 
company team holding the match record of the year. To l * D " 
Company, Ninth Infantry (station, Boston), commanded by Capt. 
Frank T. L. Magurn, belongs the undesirable distinction of re- 
cording the lowest team-score. The scores in detail follow : — 

"i¥" Company, Second Infantry (200 yards, off-hand). 

Private ( harles Delancey, . 5444545545 — 45 

Private Frank W. Roberts, . 5555435454 — 45 

Private John II. Moran, . . 444445454 5 [:\ 

Lieutenant Ernest J. Laferriere, 4 5 3 4 5 4 4 4 5 5 — 43 

Private James C. Cadigan, . 5 245 5 44544 — 42 

Captain Herbert O. Hicks, . 4 3 55534444 — 41 

Private George E. Whipple, . 444444344 5 — 40 

Lieutenant George E. Simmons, 4 3 34454444 — 39 

Private Eugene L. Delancey, . 4444454334 — 39 

Corporal Fred E. Busby, . 4453434443 — 38 

Aggregate team-score, 415 



"D" Company, Ninth Infantry (200 yard*, off-hand), 
Private James Lappin, . 
Sergeant Percy D. Sawyer, 
Private William T. Bibby, 
Lieutenant David M. Crottv, 
Private Edward A Murphy, 
Private John J. Magner, 
1st Sergeant James J Doyle, 
Private Edward J. Merrick, 
Private Joseph J. Trainor, 
Corporal Samuel Connors, 

Aggregate team-score, 



2 


3 


2 


3 





2 





2 








2 





2 








2 








3 


4 


2 





3 








4 


2 





2 











2 





2 


3 


2 





3 





4 





2 











2 


3 

















3 








2 








4 





2 























3 











2 








2 

















3 






















































14 

13 

13 

12 

11 

9 

5 

4 

3 



84 



74 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Extended comment on the relative value of these companies to 
the Commonwealth hardly need be made, yet it should be noted 
that while the ten picked men of Captain Hicks' command have 
recorded to their credit a score equivalent to eighty-three per cent, 
of the maximum possible, the same number of men from Captain 
Magurn's company, presumably the most efficient of his command, 
attained a score equivalent to sixteen and eight-tenth* per cent, of 
the maximum. In the latter case, it seems pertinent to inquire — 
if this represents the work of the ten best men of the company — 
what must be the condition of the remainder. Captain Hicks' 
command made its most creditable showing at an expense to the 
State, for ammunition allowance, of $91.50; to Captain Magurn 
was made an allowance of $82.50. On the face of the returns it 
appears that the first-named sum was profitably expended, and that 
the last-named certainly was not. This department deeply regrets 
the necessity for such comparisons, yet it feels that by making 
them it possibly may impress upon company commanders a sense 
of their responsibility. 

But company commanders should not alone be held responsible 
for marked delinquencies in the matter of range work ; regimental 
and brigade commanders should feel an equal interest. Any 
marked failure to comply with the simple requirements regarding 
rifle qualifications, any conspicuous exhibition of weakness in 
marksmanship reflects severely upon the administration of the 
command of which the delinquent organization forms a component 
part. Regimental and brigade inspectors of rifle practice never 
should avoid the duty, however unpleasant it may be, of reporting 
to their commanding officers all cases of failure to reach at least 
a respectable standard, and commanding officers ought surely to 
follow such reports by immediate and decisive action. In the 
interests of efficiency and discipline no commanding officer can 
afford to close his eyes to negligence among his subordinates. 
Every failure to develop shooting strength must rest upon some 
ascertainable cause. That cause should be brought out by search- 
ing official inquiry. 

Field Firing. 

At the annual fall manoeuvres of the Second Infantry, Colonel 
Clark, the experiment was tried of practising with service ammu- 
nition at silhouette targets representing an enemy. Firing was 
done at unknown distances, with results that were both interesting 
and instructive. While I am deeply gratified at this practical 
application of the principles the teaching of which lies within the 
province of this department, I yet cannot concur in the suggestions 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 75 

received that practice of this nature should be made a part of the 
system under its charge. 

It is the duty of this department to see to it that every man in 
the service shall become so thoroughly instructed in the use of the 
rifle that he shall be fitted to engage intelligently and effectively 
in battle-firing. When that duty is performed, the battalion com- 
mander should be responsible for further training. Until that 
duty has been performed, battle-firing, under service conditions, 
must necessarily lead to a useless waste of ammunition. Fire 
discipline cannot be taught by the inspector of rifle practice ; he is 
a staff officer, not a commander of troops. It is his province to 
advise, to instruct, and to inform his immediate superior of delin- 
quencies among subordinate officers ; in assuming the task of con- 
trolling men under fire he trespasses upon the ground of the 
officers of the line. 

If ever the State secures a safe, spacious, and thoroughly 
equipped range, firing of this nature should be practised at every 
opportunity. Under present conditions, however, it can be at- 
tempted but rarely, for there are few localities in this thickly 
settled section of the country where such experiments can be tried 
without manifest peril. Elsewhere in this report, as in my report 
for last year, have been given examples of the wild and reckless 
firing of which certain portions of the force have proved them- 
selves capable ; certainly no thoughtful officer can advocate a 
system which shall allow such untrained men to take part in 
volley-firing over any range now in use. Under service conditions 
even a wild bullet may find its ultimate billet far to the rear of the 
opposing line of battle, — among the enemy's supports or ammu- 
nition trains ; in a peaceful community the wandering bullet 
is always to be dreaded. 

Regimental Competitions. 
The regimental rifle competitions for company teams, which in 
1894 and 1895 were shot during the tour of camp duty of the sev- 
eral organizations, this year were ordered as separate tours of 
duty. It had been felt that the conditions prevailing during the 
continuance of an encampment were unfavorable for obtaining the 
best results in matches of this nature ; the scores made in the 
competitions of the present season, however, fail to support this 
theory, since they are not marked by any great superiority over 
those of the years immediately preceding. I still am of the opin- 
ion that, aside from this aspect of the question, the practice of 
conducting these competitions as separate tours has much to 
recommend it. It certainly dignifies the events to free them 



76 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

from all connection with other duty, and, furthermore, it should 
tend to .operate as an added incentive to practice, since the many 
marksmen of each regiment naturally will feel that more attention 
will be paid to their work under such conditions than would be 
the case when the shooting formed but a minor incident in a 
week's tour of ordered duty. 

As in the regimental competitions of 1895, the teams this year 
were made up of ten officers and men from each company, thus 
affording an opportunity to judge of the actual performances, 
under somewhat trying conditions, of 880 marksmen. The sum- 
mary of the results attained will be found in the appendix to this 
report. In the main, the standard attained was creditable. Many 
company teams showed by their work that they had received care- 
ful and conscientious training at the hands of their officers. The 
number of teams, however, that failed to rise above the level of 
mediocrity is still too large by far, and instances are not lacking 
where the work done reflects seriously upon the administrative 
oversight of regimental commanders. Any glaring failure to 
exhibit at least a respectable proficiency with the rifle not only 
casts odium upon the offending company, but detracts from the 
reputation of the regiment to which it is attached. 



State General Competition. 

This, the crowning event of the target year, occurred at Walnut 
Hill, 7 September, under the conditions outlined in General Order 
No. 17. As in 1895, the teams from the infantry commands and 
Naval Brigade were made up of fifteen members, besides two sub- 
stitutes and a team captain ; the teams from each of the three 
troops of cavalry consisted of ten members, two substitutes, and 
the team captain. In all, including competitors and officers and 
men detailed for special duty in connection with the competition, 
the service was represented on this occasion by over three hundred 
officers and men. I consider this fact alone as of importance, 
since the result of bringing together in friendly rivalry so many 
members of commands stationed in widely separated sections of 
the State can hardly fail to be beneficial. 

With the able assistance of the various officers detailed for 
special duty, the competition was conducted in a thoroughly satis- 
factory manner, without jar or friction. I am especially gratified 
at being able to report that the strong spirit of rivalry between 
organizations — which in earlier competitions has threatened to 
pass the bounds of military courtesy — was this year kept well in 
hand. While the contest was exceedingly close, and necessarily 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 77 

was exciting in a high degree, there yet occurred no incident 
which marred the success of the day's work. 

A detail of dismounted men from the First Cavalry rendered 
valuable services in the conduct of the competition, and the officers 
charged with the administrative features of the match are to be 
credited with the most efficient performance of their respective 
duties. Elsewhere in this report will be found a detailed report of 
the competition, inspection of which will show that the work done 
was, as a whole, of a high order, while in many instances even 
brilliant scores were recorded. 



State and Local Rifle Ranges. 

The condition of affairs in respect to range accommodations, 
while not all that could be desired, still is far from being unsatis- 
factory. I am able to report that no command of the militia is 
unprovided with at least fair facilities for instruction in the use of 
its weapons. Since my last report, the city of Lowell has com- 
pleted and turned over to the militia there stationed a very 
complete range, thoroughly equipped with the necessary target 
paraphernalia, and provided with a comfortable building for the 
accommodation of marksmen practising there. The city of Boston 
still is considering the matter of a range for its troops, having 
appropriated an extremely liberal sum for its acquisition. The 
matter of site proves perplexing, however, in this case, since it is 
desired if possible to locate the range within the city limits, with a 
view to reducing the sums paid for transportation. It is probable 
that before another year some definite action will be taken in the 
matter. Meanwhile the large number of troops stationed in Bos- 
ton are able to obtain practice at Walnut Hill, though incon- 
venienced to some degree by the distance of this range from their 
armories. 

I must again urge that steps be taken by the State looking 
towards the acquisition of a suitable range for the use of the force 
as a whole. For preliminary practice the local ranges well serve 
their intended purpose, yet they cannot entirely meet the needs of 
the service. As I have intimated in a preceding paragraph, regi- 
mental and battalion commanders should be given opportunity, 
after this department has performed its work, to test the efficiency 
of their commands under service conditions. At present, on the 
score of danger to the civilian public, they practically are debarred 
from this important exercise of their legitimate functions. It 
never can be felt that this State has done its full duty by those 
serving under its colors until this fault is remedied. I therefore 



78 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

respectfully recommend, and with deep earnestness, that proper 
action in this matter be no longer deferred. 

Precautions against Accident. 

It should be a source of much satisfaction to all concerned in 
the development of the shooting strength of the State that so few- 
accidents have been recorded in the history of its rifle practice, 
which now extends over a period of twenty-one years. It is with 
regret, therefore, that I must here refer to the accident which 
resulted in the death of Private Charles E. Poor, of "G" Com- 
pany, Sixth Infantry, in September last. 

Having already made this most unfortunate occurrence the sub- 
ject of a special report, it is enough to recall here the fact that 
this casualty was attributable simply and solely to the momentary 
recklessness of the man who was killed, and that not the slightest 
blame attached to the other soldiers who were at the time practis- 
ing on the range. My purpose in referring to the matter in my 
present report is to call more strongly to the attention of the 
militia the absolute necessity of maintaining unrelaxed vigilance 
whenever using the service rifle and ammunition. There is no 
more important feature of instruction in the use of arms than that 
which constantly impresses upon the recruit the necessity of never 
for a moment forgetting the deadly possibilities of his weapon. 
Care in the use of arms is an essential part of discipline, and care- 
lessness with arms should be punished as readily as, and. even 
more sternly than, other breaches of discipline for which dis- 
charges " for the best interests of the service" are given. 

The broad general rules governing the safe use of weapons 
should be by this time thoroughly familiar to the officers of the 
force whose duty it is to instruct men ; in addition to these, 
special rules should be adopted meeting the local requirements of 
each range, and — once adopted — such rules should be enforced 
to the letter. 

Condition of Small-arms. 

The condition of the arms in the hands of the troops shows a 
slight improvement over last year. It will be recalled that in 1895 
there were returned as unservicable 584 rifles ; the return for the 
present year reduces this number to 563. It may be needless to 
add that these rifles are not in such a state as to preclude the 
possibility of using them in action ; they simply are such as are 
considered unreliable for accurate target-work. I trust that the 
policy of replacing them by new issues drawn from the general 
government may be continued. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



79 



Consolidated Return of Unserviceahle Rifles.' 



ORGANIZATION. 


Hqr. 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


G 


H 


I K 


L 


M | 

1 


Total. 


Staff, First Brigade 
Staff, Second Briga 
First Infantry, 
Second Infantry, 
Fifth Infantry, 
Sixth Infantry, 
Eighth Infantry, 
Ninth Infantry, 
First Cadets, . 
Second Cadets, 
Naval Brigade, 

"F" Troop, Cavalr 


> • 

le, . 

y. • 


1 
3 

8 


2 
13 
12 

20 


7 
20 


22 

1 
21 


4 

12 
2 
9 

8 


4 

25 

20 


10 
4 

15 

1 
1 


30 

45 
2 


24 

15 
39 


20 

11 
8 


5 
5 
1 

1 


26 

1 

15 

27 


22 

20 
1 


1 

37 

119 

30 

66 

165 

133 

8 
3 

1 


Aggregate unset 
able rifles and cart 


vice- 
ines, 


563 



The Service Revolver. 

The number of officers and non-commissioned staff officers who 
have equipped themselves at their personal expense with the reg- 
ulation service revolver (Colt's calibre .38) shows a gain over 
that reported last year. Including the staff of the Commander- 
in-Chief, there now are owned by those in the service 344 of these 
weapons, as against 327 reported in 1895. For details of qualifica- 
tions, for which the requirements remain unchanged, I invite 
attention to the tables published in the appendix. It was the 
intention of this department to provide a revolver competition 
during the season just closed, but various reasons prevented the 
carrying out of this plan. It is recommended that attention be 
given to this matter during the coming season, since it is evident 
that matches of this nature would result in much benefit to this 
branch of marksmanship. The appended table exhibits the dis- 
tribution of revolvers among the various commands. 



* As reported on rifle-returns for 1896. 



80 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Service Revolvers owned by Officers. 



ORGANIZATION. 


Hqr. 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


G 


H 


I 


K 


L 


M 


Total. 


Staff, Commander-in-Chief, . . 


6 


























6 


Staff, First Brigade, .... 


3 


























3 






























19 




16 


2 


3 


3 


3 


2 


3 


2 


3 


3 


1 


3 


3 


47 


Second Infantry, .... 


6 


3 


1 


3 


1 


3 


1 


1 


2 


1 


3 


1 


3 1 


29 




9 


3 


3 


1 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


43 




12 


3 


1 


1 


2 


3 


3 


- 


2 


3 


3 


3 


2 


38 


Eighth Infantry, .... 


10 


3 


3 


2 


1 


2 


- 


3 


2 


- 


2 


3 


3 


34 




9 


3 


3 


- 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


- 


3 


39 


First Corps Cadets, . 


11 


3 


3 


3 


3 


















23 


Second Corps Cadets, . 


7 


- 


2 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


Naval Brigade, 


12 


1 


3 


2 


3 


- 


5 


1 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30 


Cavalry, 

Aggregate number of revolvers 
owned by officers in service, 


13 


3 


— 


— 


3 





3 


— 


— 


— 


— 





— 


22 
344 



The Departmental Fund. 

The funds at the disposal of this department will be insufficient 
to meet the expenses attendant upon the practice of the season 
just closed. This fact is due to the charging to the rifle appro- 
priation of the pay and transportation of troops engaging in regi- 
mental competitions. In 1894 and 1895, as previously noted, 
these competitions were held during the encampments, thereby 
reserving the fund of this department for its strictly legitimate 
expenditures. I cannot concur in the opinion that the funds of 
this department should be drawn upon for pay and transportation. 
It seems to me that such expenses properly fall within the limit of 
the regular military appropriation. If the practice of ordering 
regimental competitions as separate tours is to obtain in the 
future, — and this I consider desirable, for reasons already given, 
— an increase of $2,500 in the annual allowance to the department 
will be rendered necessary. In the event that this department be 
not called upon to pay and transport troops for such matches, the 
present sum at its disposal need not be increased. 

The money allowance to companies was slightly increased dur- 
ing the year: In 1895 an allowance of $1.40 was made for each 
qualified marksman in service October 31 ; under the provisions of 
General Order No. 2 of this year the amount thus allowed was 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 81 

Si. 50. This gave the company qualifying a full enrollment the 
sum of $91.50, as against $85.40 in the preceding year. With 
intelligent supervision and proper instruction, the ammunition 
allowance for the present year should have been sufficient to amply 
reimburse company commanders for their outlay in qualifying the 
full strength of 61 officers and men. 

The Department and its Officers. 

The officers of this department, as a body, have shown enthusi- 
asm and interest in their duties. That they have not been lacking 
in attention to the requirements of their commands is clearly 
proven by the records of the year. I desire to commend them for 
much work done under discouraging circumstances, and for faith- 
ful service rendered without hope of advancement or other reward 
than the consciousness of duty well performed. In spite of 
recommendations annually made by me and by my predecessors, 
strongly endorsed by commanding officers, it remains true that the 
officer accepting a junior commission in this department thereby 
practically gives up all hope of promotion, the only return for ser- 
vice that can be made to an officer in the volunteers. I deeply 
feel the injustice of this state of affairs, and earnestly would 
recommend, even at the risk of repetition, that legislation be ob- 
tained to remedy this evil. If it be thought inexpedient to confer 
upon regimental and battalion inspectors the rank of captain upon 
their appointment, it surely would be no more than just to entitle 
them to promotion to that rank upon the completion of five years' 
service in the grade now held by them. 

In making my final report, I feel that there can be no impro- 
priety in calling attention to the fact that in other States the 
officer at the head of the rifle department commonly is honored 
with the rank of general officer. Considering the vital importance 
of the operations under his charge, and, in this State at least, the 
large sums with which he is entrusted for the furtherance of the 
ends of his department, I would suggest that it might be well to 
give thought to the adoption of the custom prevailing elsewhere. 
I further would renew my recommendation that the chief of this 
department be allowed the assistance of an officer of field rank, 
closely associated with him in the performance of his arduous 
duties. 

Clerical Work of the Department. 

The routine clerical labor of this office has undergone no diminu- 
tion during the year. The number of letters written, received, 
and filed tends to increase as the scope of operations yearly 



82 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

becomes more extended. It requires but a casual glance at the 
appendix to this report to demonstrate the amount of statistical 
work required in making up the annual returns of the department. 
I desire in this connection to make suitable acknowledgments of 
the faithful attention to this branch of the department's labor dis- 
played by Sergt. George R. Russell, N. C. S., First Infantry, who 
has served in this capacity for the past three years. 

The Annual Statistical Report. 
While the preceding paragraphs have served to give a general 
outline of the operations of the year, no adequate conception of 
the progress made can be formed without careful consideration of 
the tabulated statistics which follow the body of this report. 
While they will reveal, when intelligently studied, many elements 
of weakness, they yet also will furnish not a few instances of 
thoroughly conscientious effort in the direction of improvement. 
To the credit of the officers and men of the volunteer service of 
Massachusetts it should be said that by far the greater number of 
the following pages may be cited as proof of good work well done. 
The careful scrutiny of commanding officers should be given to the 
statistics relating to their personal commands, to the end that such 
officers as have failed to maintain the credit of their regiments 
and battalions may be brought to an understanding of their un- 
enviable position in the service. 

Acknowledgments . 

I desire to make acknowledgment of my obligations to the 
below-named officers, by whom was rendered most important 
assistance in the conduct of the State general competition at 
Walnut Hill, in September last: — 

Maj. T. F. Cordis, A. I. G. R. P., staff, First Brigade ; Capt. 
F. H. Appleton, First Corps Cadets; Capt. H. S. Dewey, staff, 
First Brigade ; Capt. Philip Little, Second Corps Cadets ; Lieut. 
W. A. Hayes, I. R. P., First Corps Cadets ; Lieut. W. B. Clarke, 
First Corps Cadets; Lieut. A. C. Warren, P. M., Fifth In- 
fantry ; Lieut. H. W. Sprague, signal officer, Second Brigade ; 
Lieut. E. E. Currier, First Corps Cadets ; Lieut. W. N. Tolman, 
signal officer, First Brigade ; Lieut. T. L. Jenkins, assistant 
surgeon, Eighth Infantry. 

I further would mention for special consideration Maj. F. H. 
Briggs, A. I. G., First Brigade, who served his eleventh successive 
tour in charge of the statistical department of the competition, and 
Lieut. H. D. Litchfield, I. R. P., First Cavalry, in charge of the 
detail for guard. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 83 

In closing this, my third and final report, I venture to express 
the hope that I may turn over this department in a condition be- 
fitting the reputation achieved for it by my two distinguished 
predecessors — Col. Horace T. Rockwell and the late Col. William 
L. Chase, by whose experience I have endeavored to profit ; and I 
beg to tender to my successor in this office any assistance that 
may lie within my power. To you, sir, and to the members of the 
personal staff of the late Governor Greenhalge, I desire to express 
my deep appreciation of the many courtesies which will cause me 
to remember with gratification my term of service at the head of 
this department. 

I have the honor to remain, sir, 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

GEORGE F. HALL, 

Inspector General of Rifle Practice. 



[Copy.] 

Office of the Inspector General of Rifle Practice, M. V. M., 
Boston, 2d October, 1896. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General, Massachusetts. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report that, as directed by Special 
Orders, No. Ill, current series, from your office, I proceeded to 
Lowell, Mass., on Saturday, 19th September, 1896, for the pur- 
pose of making official inquiry into the circumstances attendant 
upon the shooting of Private Charles E. Poor, of " G" Company, 
Sixth Infantry, by Private Melvin T. Cowan, of the same 
company, which resulted in the death of the first-named soldier. 
On this tour I was accompanied by Lieut. James W. Jones, I. R. 
P., Sixth Infantry, and by Paymaster Sergeant George R. Russell, 
First Infantry. The inquiry was opened upon the scene of the 
accident, the Dracut rifle range, and was brought to its conclusion 
in the quarters of "G" Company, Sixth Infantry, at the State 
Armory, Lowell. 

Twelve witnesses in all were subjected to examination, of 
whom six were officers or enlisted men attached to the commands 
stationed in Lowell, and the remainder civilians. Stenographic 
notes of the testimony adduced are forwarded herewith, as an 
enclosure. I have the honor to invite your careful consideration 
of the statements of the several witnesses. 

To sum up the various statements, it would appear that the fol- 
lowing are the salient facts in the case : — 



84 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

1. The Dracut rifle range, on which this accident occurred, is 
to be furnished by the cit} T of Lowell for the use of the several 
commands of State troops there stationed. This range has not as 
yet been completed ; it neither has been turned over to the city by 
the contractor, nor has it been accepted by the city. Solely as a 
matter of accommodation, detachments have been permitted to 
fire over the range, but they have done so without orders, and at 
their own peril. 

2. It appears that proper danger signals (the red flag pre- 
scribed by circulars issued by this department) had not been pro- 
vided. Yet Private Poor, with his long service experience, either 
should have improvised such a signal, or should not have left the 
shelter of the pit for the purpose of rearranging the target until 
absolutely sure that the party at the firing point was aware of his 
intention. 

3. Not the slightest degree of negligence attaches to the actions 
of Private Cowan. The day was dark, the atmosphere was thick, 
and at the distance (500 yards) and under the conditions prevail- 
ing it was extremely difficult to distinguish objects naturally blend- 
ing into the dark background of the range. His proceedings were 
logical, and such as would be expected from a rifleman of experi- 
ence. His first shot struck the target ; the marking disc was 
displayed ; the target was drawn down, and then was returned to 
its proper position. This naturally led him to suppose that every- 
thing was in order for further shooting. He fired a second shot, 
but no disc was displayed, nor was there any indication of this 
shot's having struck the target. Thinking that for some reason 
his bullet had gone wide of the mark, he fired a third shot, with a 
like result. Meanwhile, Private Poor, having experienced diffi- 
culty in manipulating the target, left the protection of the pit, 
and. without taking the obvious precaution of attracting the atten- 
tion of those at the 500-yard firing-point (Private Cowan and one 
William J. Hamilton, citizen), and totally unperceived by them, 
recklessly stepped behind the target, and while in that position 
was struck by the fourth shot fired. The situation of Private 
Cowan, stricken by remorse at having killed his friend and 
comrade, should be mitigated so much as possible by officially 
exonerating him from any blame in the matter. 

4. Ungrateful though the task may be, all blame for this un- 
fortunate occurrence must be placed upon the late Private Poor. 
He was a soldier of long and varied experience, having served in 
the late war (during a portion of which he held a commission in 
the United States Volunteers), and since then having been almost 
continuously in the militia service of Massachusetts. Himself a 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 85 

qualified marksman, he should have been aware of the absolute 
necessity of observing the elementary rules of safety known to all 
riflemen. The action on his part which led to his most unfortunate 
death was inexcusably negligent and fatally reckless. 

5. In this connection it should be noticed that both the city of 
Lowell, by which the facilities for rifle practice at Dracut range 
are to be provided, and the officers and enlisted men of the com- 
mands stationed in Lowell, are placed in an unenviable position, 
since, through popular misconception of the attendant circum- 
stances, they possibly may be held responsible in some con- 
tributory manner for this regrettable accident. If such popular 
misconception exists, it should officially be dispelled. The author- 
ities of the city of Lowell are entitled to nothing but credit for 
the intention to provide safe and adequate facilities for the target 
practice of the local troops, and when the work now in progress 
shall have been completed, that intention undoubtedly will find 
fulfilment. The action of the detachments from the Lowell com- 
panies in resorting to the range for practice, even though it had not 
yet been completed and accepted, is worthy of commendation, as 
evincing their desire to qualify themselves for their soldierly 
duties. In no way can the city of Lowell or the troops stationed 
therein be held responsible for the late fatality. 

6. And, in conclusion : though every rifleman, whether officer 
or enlisted man, should be thoroughly conversant with everything 
that may tend to avoid accidents upon the range, it yet would 
seem that deliberate carelessness cannot be guarded against. 
Therefore, in addition to familiarity with general orders and cir- 
culars issued by this department, stringent rules should always be 
adopted, looking to the attainment of safety ; and any known 
violation of such rules should promptly be met by proper punish- 
ment of the offender, no matter whether the offence is committed 
when troops are under orders, or simply are engaged in personal 
practice. Care in the use of arms is an essential part of discipline, 
and carelessness with arms should be punished as readily and even 
more sternly than the other breaches of discipline for which dis- 
charges for "• the best interests of the service" commonly are 



Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

GEORGE F. HALL, 

Colonel and Inspector General of Rifle Practice. 



86 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



EECORD OF MARKSMEN, M. V. M. 



CLASSIFICATIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS. 

Distinguished Marksman Class (D. M.) 

Sharpshooters of record who have been authorized to represent the State 
in rifle competitions, or who have been mentioned in orders as the 
" first fifteen " (or twelve) in a State competition or who have won 
a trophy in a State match. 

Sharpshooters Class (S. S.) 

2 scores of 22 out of a possible 25, at 200 yards. 
2 " of 24 " " 25, at 500 " 

2 " of 23 " " 25, at 600 " 

First Class Marksman (1st Class). 

2 scores of 21 out of a possible 25, at 200 yards. 
2 " of 21 " " 25, at 500 " 

Second Class Marksman (2d Class). 

2 scores of 18 out of a possible 25, at 200 yards. 

Third Class Marksman (3d Class). 

2 scores of 15 out of a possible 25, at 200 yards. 

R. signifies that a marksman has qualified in a class lower than highest previously 
attained. Those whose names are in italics have failed to qualify in 1896. 



COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF AND STAFF. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Colonel, 


F. S. Richardson, .... 




s. s., 


45, 49, 46 


Brig. General, 


George F. Rail, 






- 


s. s., 


- 


Colonel, 


James A. Lakin, . 






- 


s. s., 


- 


(i 


William Barrett, . 






- 


1st Class, 


- 


<( 


James L. Carter, . 






- 


2d do. 


_ 


Brig. General, 


E. R. Champlin, . 








2d do. 


- 


Colonel, 


F. G. King, . 






- 


1st do. 


- 


a 


F. T. Walsh, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 


«« 


F. W. Wellington, 






- 


1st do. 


- 


<« 


Chas. Kenney, 






- 


2d do. 


- 


a 


Percy Parker, 






- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


A. H. Goetting, 






- 


S. S., 


- 


• 


Henry Hastings, 






— 


s. s., 


— 



FIRST BRIGADE STAFF. 



Major, . 


Frank H. Briggs 




S. S., 


R. 


«< 


Thomas F. Cordis, 


- 


1st Class, 


R. 


Lieut. Col., . 


Bowdoin S. Parker, 


_ 


1st do. 


R. 


Captain, 


William S. Pepperell, . 


- 


2d do. 


22, 21 


t< 


John P. Willey, .... 


, 


2d do. 


20, 19 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



87 



FIRST BRIGADE STAFF — Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Hank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Brig. General, 


Benjamin F. Bridges, . 


_ 


1st Class, 


_ 


Captain, 


Corrill E. Bridges, . 






- 


1st do. 


- 


Sergeant, 


John C. Barrett, 






- 


,3d do. 


- 


Hosp. Stwd., . 


Silas S. Bradford, . 






- 


3d do. 


- 


Sergt. Major, 


George H. Chase, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 


Lieut. Col., . 


David Clark, . 






- 


1). M., 


- 


Captain, 


Henrv S Dewey, . 






- 


1st Class, 


- 


«i 


Charles L. Harden, 






- 


1st do. 


- 


II 


George A. Keeler, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 


Q. M. Sergt., . 


John C. Kerrison, . 






- 


S. S., 


- 


Color Sergt., . 


Charles H. Richwood, 






- 


s. s, 


- 


Sergeant, 


Charles A. Stillings, 






— 


3d Class, 


" 



FIELD AND STAFF, 


FIRST 


REGIMENT 


INFANTRY. 




Orderlv. 


Milan W. Bull, . 


Prone, 


D M., 


46, 


48, 47 


Lieutenant, . 


James A. Frve, 










I). M., 




R. 


Color Sgt., . 


W. I). ttuddleson, 








Prone, 


D. M.. 


49, 


50, 49 


Lieutenant, . 


J. B. Paine, . 








Prone, 


D. M., 


47, 


49, 48 


P. M Sgt., . 


Geo. R. Russell, . 








Prone, 


1). M., 


50, 


50, 49 


Color S«;t , . 


A. T. Tornrose, 








Prone, 


D. M., 


49, 


50, 48 


Sgt, Major, . 


U.S. Keyes, . 










s. S., 


48, 


48, 46 


Major, . 


0. H Marion, 










s. s , 




R. 


Colonel, 


T. R. Mathev. 










1 >t (Mass, 




R. 


Lieutenant, . 


C B. Woodman, . 








'- 


1st do. 




R. 


Lieut. Col., . 


C. L. Hovev, . 








- 


2d do. 




R. 


Lietitenant, . 


H. B. Parker, 








_ 


2d do. 




R. 


Q. M. Sgt., . 


E. E. Chapman, 








- 


1st do. 




- 


Drum Major, . 


J. F Clark, . 








- 


2d do. 




- 


Lieutenant, . 


H. S. Dearing, 








_ 


2d do. 




- 


Major, . 


P. A. Dyar, . 








- 


s. S., 




- 


tt 


Charles Pfaff, 








- 


2d CI 




- 


<« 


R. II. Morgan, 








" 


S. S., 




■" 



COMPANY A, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 


John Bordman. Jr., 


Prone, 


D. M., 


« 

50, 50, 50 


Sergeant, 


William Claupein, . 






Prone, 


S. S., 


48, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


William E. Cook, . 








S.S., 


49, 50, 46 


•« 


Charles D. Rilev, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 47, 47 


<« 


John D. R. MeLeod, 






- 


s. s., 


45, 50, 48 


Private, . 


Thomas L. Giles, . 






- 


s. s, 


R. 


(i 


Arthur R. Sehulze, 






- 


s. s., 


50, 49, 48 


Lieutenant, . 


E. D. Fullerton, . 






- 


1st Class, 


44, 42 


Musician, 


Oswald Eklof, 






- 


1st do. 


42, 43 


Private, . 


Richard Block, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


48,45 


<( 


D. S. Sullivan, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Serjeant, 


Geo. TT Russell, . 






- 


1st do. 


43, 43 


Corporal, 


Geo. P. Field, 








1st do. 


43,42 


Lieutenant, . 


A. Mason Eaton, Jr., 








2d do. 


22,23 


Sergeant, 


Geo. M. Dunbar, . 








2d do. 


21,20 


It 


C \V. Smith, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


Corporal, 


G. W. Andrews, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


it 


F. Murphv, . 






— 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Private, . 


J. H. Bennett, 








2d do. 


20, 19 


i« 


S. R. Burdick, 






_ 


2d do. 


21,20 


<« 


R. Cognac, 






" 


2d do. 


20, 19 



88 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



COMPANY A, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY - Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Bank. 


Xame. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


C. F. Flynn, 




2d Class, 


19, 18 


it 


J. S. Francis, . 








- 


2d do. 


19 


18 


«< 


F. J. Goodwin, 








_ 


2d do. 


20 


21 


<< 


S. E. Hijrgins, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


<< 


J. P. Holland, 








- 


2d do. 


20 


21 


ii 


M. J. Long. . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


(i 


A. 0. L Loring, . 








- 


2d do. 


19 


18 


<< 


C. A. Marks, . 








_ 


2d do. 


21 


21 


<i 


J. M. Murphy, 








_ 


2d do. 


19 


18 


u 


F. 0. Nourse, 








- 


2d do. 


19 


19 


>< 


F. J. Ryan, . 








- 


2d do. 


20 


18 


ii 


J. H. Smvth, . 








- 


2d do. 


23 


19 


<( 


J. P. Stucklen, 








- 


2d do. 


21 


18 


(i 


G. A. Wiechmann, 


Jr., 






- 


2d do. 


19 


18 


<( 


H. G. Wishman, 








_ 


2d do. 


19 


18 


ii 


E. V. Allen, . 








— 


3d do. 


15 


15 


«i 


F. L. Andrews, 








- 


3d do. 


17 


16 


ii 


F. F. Becklein, 








- 


3d do. 


17 


16 


<< 


J. E. Black, . 








_ 


3d do. 


18 


16 


ii 


A. Blair, 








- 


3d do. 


16 


15 


ii 


B. Block, 








- 


3d do. 


16 


15 


ii 


J. E. Dorr, . 








_ 


3d do. 


19 


16 


ii 


W. D. Eaton, 








_ 


3d do. 


16 


15 


ii 


R. W. Gibbs, . 








_ 


3d do. 


16 


15 


ii 


F. W. Hinckley, 








- 


3d do. 


18 


15 


ii 


H. F. Hummer, 








- 


3d do. 


18 


16 


<< 


E. H. Kenney, 








- 


3d do. 


17 


15 


<« 


J. A. Ladd, 








- 


3d do. 


18 


17 


<( 


I. J. Lewis, 








_ 


3d do. 


18 


15 


(i 


A. J. Machado, 








- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


ii 


S. L. McLeod, 








- 


3d do. 


18 


15 


ii 


J. A. McNulty, 








- 


3d do. 


16 


15 


ii 


W. Mitchell. . 








- 


3d do. 


16 


16 


<< 


G. W. Naumburg, 








- 


3d do. 


17 


15 


(< 


A. Rose, . 








- 


3d do. 


16 


,15 


K 


C. Sanders, 








_ 


3d do. 


16 


15 


<( 


E. L Sheffield, 








- 


3d do. 


18 


15 


<< 


H. R. Skelton, 








- 


3d do. 


18 


15 


i< 


F. J. Smith, . 








- 


3d do. 


17 


16 


<i 


E. M. Wall, . 




• " 




- 


3d do. 


17 


15 



COMPANY B, FIRST 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Private, . 


Geo. P. Cooley, .... 


_ 


D. M., 


50, 50, 50 


Captain, 


W. E. Lombard, . 








- 


S. S., 


48, 49, 47 


Lieutenant, . 


J. E. Day, 








- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 50 


<i 


M. Underwood, 








- 


s. s., 


49. 49. 46 


Sergeant, 


A. F. Woodside, 








- 


s. s., 


50, 50, 50 


i< 


C. West, . 








- 


s. s., 


46, 49, 46 


<< 


H. Beaumont, 








- 


s. s., 


47, 49, 46 


CI 


F. L. Pancoast, 








- 


s. s, 


45, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


A. J. Litchfield, 








- 


s. s., 


50, 48, 46 


<« 


L. F. Brown, 








_ 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


<< 


W. Montgomery, 








- 


s. s., 


46, 49, 47 


<< 


S. P. Batchelder, . 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


Private, . 


F. R. Blake, . 








- 


s. s., 


50, 49, 49 


<< 


G. W. Cole, . 








- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


<< 


B. W. Ham, . 








- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


ii 


E. E. Heinlein, 








_ 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


ii 


W. H. Goddard, 








— 


s. s., 


R. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



89 



COMPANY B, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range "Work. 


Has 


k. Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, 


. G. M. Jackson, . 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


it 


. F. McArthur, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 47 


Sergeant 


. P. H Prior, . 






- 


1st Class, 


47,44 


Corpora' 


, . E. C. Jacobs, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Bugler, 


. W. H. Barrett, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Private, 


. A. McArthur, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


14 


. A. R. Newton, 






- 


1st do. 


42,47 


(( 


. C G. Price, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Corporal 


, . 0. Meadka, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Private, 


. C. A. Adams, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,21 


it 


. R. T. Blennerhassett, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


It 


. A. L. Burdett, 






_ 


2d do. 


21, 18 


It 


. G. H. Davies, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(< 


. J. H. Eldredge, . 






2d do. 


18,20 


II 


. W. F. Emery, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 20 


<< 


. J. 0. Gara, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<< 


. C. S. Given, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


it 


. W. H. Higgins, . 






- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


It 


. E. H. Jackson, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 21 


II 


. H. E. Lombard, 






_ 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<« 


. W. McArthur, 






2d do. 


19,20 


it 


. J. F. McDonald, . 






- 1 2d do. 


18,20 


II 


. J A. H. Phetteplace, . 






2d do. 


R. 


il 


. | L. Pierce, 






2d do. 


R. 


(< 


. J. A. White, . 






2d do. 


18,20 


< i 


. R. T. Young, 






2d do. 


18, 18 


• I 


. A. A. Aldrich, 






Sd do. 


15, 15 


II 


. F. W. Chapman, . 






3d do. 


16, 17 


(( 


. H. B. Coles, . 






3d do. 


15, 18 


If 


. s. J. Doucett, . 






3d do. 


15, 18 


II 


. S. Hurrell, 






3d do. 


15, 18 


II 


. W. T. Jackson, 






3d do. 


16,17 


II 


. C. Jenkin, 






3d do. 


17, 18 


II 


. F. 8. Laskey, . 






- 1 3d do. 


15, 15 


<( 


. E. P. Loring, . 






3d do. 


15, 17 


(< 


. 1 J. H. Luscombe, . 






3d do. 


16, 16 


<( 


. F. W. Nay, . 






3d do. 


17, 18 


<< 


. E. A. Pritzkow, 






3d do. 


16, 17 


<< 


. E. F. Sawyer, 






3d do. 


17, 18 


li 


. W.N. Robertson, . 






- 


3d do. 


16,16 


<( 


. F. A. Rohrbacher, . 






_ 


3d do. 


15, 17 


II 


. R. E. Ward, . 






_ 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ti 


. J. Whitehead, 






_ 


3d do. 


15, 19 


<< 


. C.E.Wilson,. 






— 


3d do. 


15, 16 



COMPANY C, FIRST 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Captain, 


Charles P. Nutter, .... 


Prone, 


D. M., 


50, 50, 50 


Private, . 


J. W. Blake, . 








Prone, 


D. M., 


49, 48, 47 


Lieutenant, . 


C. F. Nostrom, 








_ 


S.S., 


R. 


Sergeant, 


P. F. Packard, 








Prone, 


S. 8., 


48, 49, 47 


<( 


H. L. Smith, . 








_ 


s. s., 


45, 49, 47 


Corporal, 


H. E. Wheeler, 








Prone, 


S. 8., 


46, 46, 47 


Private, . 


C. A. Dawson, 








_ 


s. s., 


R. 


<i 


C. F. Lewis, . 








- 


S. 8., 


R. 


ti 


C. W. Leach, . 








Prone, 


S. S., 


44, 46, 47 


Lieutenant, . 


A.E.Hall, . 








_ 


S. S., 


46,48 


Sergeant, 


H. Ives, . 








Prone, 


S. S., 


44,48 


Private, . 


A. J. Cowling, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 47 


Sergeant, 


J. Foster, 








— 


2d Class, 


19,20 



90 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY C, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position Record 

at 500 AJil 

Yards. Llass - 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Corporal, 


H. L. Freeman, .... 




2d Class, 


18. 19 


ii 


G. Wilkinson, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


Private, . 


H. H. Baizen, 








_ 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 


F. F. Berdemia, 








_ 


2d do. 


18, 19 


a ' 


H. W Brown, 








_ 


2d do. 


20, 22 


il 


F. H. Feitel, . 








- 


2d do. 


20, 22 


II 


F. H. Gav, . 








_ 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


J. H. Guptill, . 








_ 


2d do. 


18,18 


K 


E. Muller, 








_ 


2d do. 


19, 19 


II 


P. Stevens, 








_ 


2d do. 


18,21 


ii 


H. S. Ynill, . 








_ 


2d do. 


21, 21 


(< 


C. E. Wheeler, 








- 


2d do. 


18,20 


Sergeant, 


J. C. Home, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Private, . 


0. Bourne, 








_ 


3d do. 


17, 18 


<< 


J. B. Buck, . 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 16 


«« 


N. Darling, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 19 


14 


L. C. De Frondat, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


(( 


R. V. Eastman, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<( 


H. H. Ellis, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


(( 


G. E. Farmer, 








_ 


3d do. 


17,17 


II 


W. M. Fergerson, 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 16 


II 


M. M. Goldstein, 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 15 


II 


E. Hudson, 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 16 


II 


G. W. Hethington, 






. • • 


- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


il 


H. Knox, 








_ 


3d do. 


17,17 


«« 


G. Kelley, . 








- 


3d do. 


15,20 


(< 


E. A. Mitchell, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


(( 


C. P. McGragor, 








_ 


3d do. 


16,17 


(1 


W. E. Oaks, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


U 


F. Rink, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


(i 


F. H. Seavey, 








- 


3d do. 


15,16 


«< 


H. H Smith, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


(( 


C. E. Shattuck, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


II 


J. W. Wilkinson, 








- 


3d do. 


17,20 


Corporal, 


J. H. Cardinal, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Private, . 


J. Linsman, . 








— 


3d do. 







COMPANY D, FIRST 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Sergeant 


, . William M. Corey, 




S. S., 


48, 50, 47 


ii 


. E. A. Stephens, 




- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 50 


Private, 


. E. A. Davis 




Prone, 


S.S., 


44, 46, 46 


<« 


. Magnus A. MacSwain, . 




- 


s. s., 


R. 


Sergeant 


, . William J. McCullough, 




- 


1st Class, 


R. 


Corporal 


, . Charles H. Roberts, Sr., 




- 


1st do. 


R. 


tt 


. Walter H. Packard, 




- 


1st do. 


R. 


<( 


. David H. Fogg, 






- 


l6t do. 


R. 


Bugler, 


. Thomas E. Yates, . 






- 


1st do. 


42,42 


Private, 


. Maurice Apps, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,44 


ii 


. Charles F. Baxter, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 40 


ii 


. Charles H. stockemer, 






- 


1st do. 


42, 45 


<« 


. j Calvin E. Young, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


45, 43 


Captain, 


. J. H. Frothingham, 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


Lieutena 


nt, . J. S. Keenan, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


. J. W. Dana, . 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Sergeant 


, . Norman P. Cormack, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


i< 


. George M. Wood, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Corporal 


, . L. A. Young, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,19 


<< 


. Geo. B. Chadbourne, 






- 


2d do. 


21, 21 


«< 


. Issac E. Pearson, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



91 



COMPANY D, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







Position 


Kecord 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


John Barnard 


_ 


2d Class, 


19,21 


«< 


A. A. Hanson, 






2d do. 


19, 20 


ii 


William B. Handy, 




- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<( 


William T. Myers, 




- 


2d do. 


18, 20 


«« 


William H. Potter, 




- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<( 


Charles P. Shattuck, 




- 


2d do. 


18, 20 


\ " '. '. 


August L. Scherer, 




- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


James E. Terry, . 




- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<< 


Frederic H. Adams, 




- 


3d do. 


15,16 


<< 


Duncan S. Blaikie, 




- 


3d do. 


15,16 


«( 


Benjamin W. Bowdlear, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


II 


George H. Cox, 




- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


«< 


George R. Clay, . 




- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


<< 


Frederick H. Corser, 




- 


3d do. 


18, 19 


II 


John A. Chisholm, 




- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


(( 


Arthur F. Davis, . 




- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


(« 

• 


Halburton Dobbins, 




- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


11 


Frederick A. Estes, 




- 


3d do. 


16, 21 


(( 


Benjamin F. Farwell, Jr., 




- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


it 


William M. Fillebrown, 




- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


(( 


John Gahvay, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


(« 


Einil Glatt, . 




- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<( 


Henry J. Hallowed, 




- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


(1 


Edwin A. Holmes, 




i ' - 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<< 


Eugene T. Kimball, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


II 


Charjes F. Lewis, . 




- 


3d do. 


17, 18 


! 


Henry S. Levy, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<( 


John B. Oliver, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


George E. Otis, 




- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


ii 


Harry C. Perry, 




- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<< 


M.J.'Rowell, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<« 


H. W. Thayer, 




- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


■I 


Charles H. Wall, . 




- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


11 


Morris G. Williams, 




- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<< 


A. L. McCullough, 






2d do. 


— 



COMPANY E, FIRST 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Lieutenant, . 


Joseph L Gibbs 


Prone, 


D. M., 


50, 49, 46 


Private, . 


C. E. Gillette, 








Prone, 


D. M., 


50, 50, 50 


Sergeant, 


C. E. Anthony, 










S. S., 


48, 48, 47 


Private, . 


E. H. Burt, . 








- 


S. s, 


44, 48, 48 


ii 


H. C. Ellis, . 








Prone, 


s. s., 


50, 50, 50 


ii 


G. B. Ferguson, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


50, 50, 48 


Sergeant, 


C. H. Fuller, . 








- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


Private, . 


E. H. Gregory, 








- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 47 


ii 


T. Gregory, . 








- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


J. P. Kennedy, 








- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Private, . 


G. C. Kingsley, . 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


u 


A. Mel lor, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


R. 


«< 


A. R. Morse, . 








Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 48, 47 


«< 


J. W. Murray, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 48, 48 


Musician, 


D. J. Price, . 








_ 


s. s., 


48, 48, 46 


Sergeant, 


E. L. Soule, . 










s. s., 


R. 


Corporal, 


J. C. Spooner, 










s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


Private, . 


J. T. Tripp, . 










s. s., 


46, 48, 47 


Sergeant, 


J. H. Davis, . 








_ 


1st Class, I 


42, 44 


Private, . 


J. C. DeWolf, 








_ 


1st do. 


42,43 


ii 


G. L. Hammond, . 








_ 


1st do. 


42,43 


<< 


A. T. Landers, 








— 


1st do. 


45,42 



92 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY E, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Position 
at 500 
Yards. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1896. 



Private, 



Corporal 
Private, 
Corporal 
Private, 



Lieutenant, 
Private, 



Corporal 
Private, 



Corporal 
Private, 



C. A. Mosher, 
W. H. Murphy, 
H. N. Peck, . 
C. H. Robbins, 
W. G. Wood, . 

C. D. 0. Russell, 
J Q. Adams, . 
E. A. Baker, . 
R. Bateman, . 
E. C. Briegs, . 

J. A. Brown, . 
G. F. Dennis, 
T. S. Hathaway, 

D. J. McDonald, 
T. A. McGowan, 
A. F. Merchant, 
R. F. Reid, . 

A. W. Sharpies, 
S. T. Sharpies, 
J. J. Shiels, . 
J. Smith, 

R. R. Welch, . 
H. C. Wing, . 
J. Aiken, 
W. Brennan, . 
O. M. Brownell, 
M. H. Fay, . 

B. P. Fury, . 
C T. Hazzard, 
T. Martin, 

N. 0. Sturtevant, 
S. R. Clarke, . 
W. Nelson, 

E. Robetoye, . 



1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


S. £ 


>M 


2d 


Class, 


2d 


do. 



44,43 
46,47 
46,45 

R. 

R. 

R. 
21,21 



22 
21 

19 
22 
22 
19 

20 
21 

20 
18 
19 
19 
20 
19 
19 
21 
16 
15 
15 
15 
16 
16 
16 
18 



21 
22 
18 
22 
22 
20 
20 
22 
20 
21 
20 
20 
19 
20 
19 
21 
17 
15 
16 
15 
20 
16 
17 
17 



COMPANY F, FIRST 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Corporal, 


H. M. Livingstone, 




S. S., 


44, 49, 46 


Lieutenant, . 


W. J. Meek, . 






- 


S. S., 


R. 


Private, . 


H. W. Roby, . 








- 


S. S., 


47, 48, 46 


Sergeant, 


H. J. Rounseville, . 








- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 48 


14 


J. E. Totten, . 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


Private, . 


E. B. Baker, . 








- 


1st Class, 


44,47 


ii 


H. N. Blandin, 








- 


1st do. 


R. 


Corporal, 


F. A. D. Bullard, 








- 


1st do. 


42,44 


Private, . 


J. Broadhurst, Jr., 








- 


1st do. 


44,44 


Captain, 


N. O. Danforth, 








- 


1st do. 


44,42 


Private, . 


G. W. Delamaine, 








- 


1st do. 


43, 43 


ii 


D. A. McKinnon, 








_ 


1st do. 


44,42 


ii 


E. F. Miller, . 








_ 


1st do. 


47,45 


Corporal, 


G. T. Seckell, 








_ 


1st do. 


48,49 


Private, . 


T. R. Shaftoe, 








_ 


1st do. 


43,43 


Sergeant, 


S. P. Totten, . 








- 


1st do. 


45,43 


Private, . 


R. N. Baham, 








- 


2d do. 


19,18 


Sergeant, 


A. K. Crowell, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


Private, . 


A. M. Davis, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<( 


F. L. Davis, . 








_ 


2d do. 


20,20 


(< 


A. L. Dean, . 








_ 


2d do. 


19, 19 


ii 


F. O. Dean, . 








_ 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<< 


J. A. Devereaux, 








- 


2d do. 


21,22 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



93 



COMPANY F, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


P. Digney, . 


_ 


2d Class, 


18, 19 


it 


T. P. Hartigan, . 








- 


2d do. 


21,20 


Corporal, 


H. C. Hathaway, . 








- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


Private, . 


G. R. Irving, . 








- 


2d do. 


22, 23 


Corporal, 


C. 0. King, . 








- 


2d do. 


20, 20 


Private, . 


J. D. King, . 








-. 


2d do. 


21, 18 


(i 


J D McKenzie, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


(< 


B. Myers, 








- 


2d do. 


21, 21 


Lieutenant, . 


F. H. Phillips, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, . 


J. Reid, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ti 


C. H. Seckell, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 21 


ii 


W. M. Smith, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


it 


J. C. Spinney, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


ti 


W. D. Thacher, . 








- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


<( 


A. Wed more, . 








- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


(< 


B. S. Barnes, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 19 


14 


G. Birchall, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


II 


F. W. Blinn, . 








- 


3d do. 


18, 17 


l( 


J. Butterworth, 








- 


3d do. 


19, 16 


<< 


W. A. Corbett, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<( 


G. W Creamer, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


<l 


F. H. Dansrow, 










3d do. 


15, 15 


<( 


F. F. Dary, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<< 


W. A. Dobs on, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


<« 


C. T. Drumm, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


Sergeant, 


G. Grigor, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 16 


Private, . 


E. E. Haradon, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


it 


C. W. Haycock, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 20 


<« 


L. A. Hutchins, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


it 


W. Jackson, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


ii 


B Lovell, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


i< 


H. C. Lovell, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


K 


A. W. Millerd, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Corporal, 


W. N. Potter, 








- 


3d do. 


19, 17 


Private, . 


F. E. Strange, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 16 


ii 


J. Waterson, . 








— 


3d do. 


17, 17 



COMPANY G, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sergeant 


, . W. J. Earle 


_ 


S. S, 


45, 48, 47 


ti 


. H. F. Fillebrown, . 








- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


ii 


. F. L. Treuthardt, 








- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Corporal 


. A. P. Fiske, . 








- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


it 


. J. L. Kelley, . 








- 


s. s„ 


44, 48, 46 


Sergeant 


, . W.J. Mudge, 








- 


1st Class, 


42, 43 


Corporal 


, . H. A. Treuthardt, . 








- 


1st do. 


42,42 


Private, . 


. A. W. Gould, . 








- 


1st do. 


42, 43 


ti 


. VV. I. Mason, . 








- 


1st do. 


42,42 


Sergeant 


, . C.F.Morrill,. 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Corporal 


, .|CV. Cullen, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 20 


>{ 


. H. A. Every, . 








- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


it 


.J.J. Keefe, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Private, 


. I D. Alland, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


it 


. R. A. Burille, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


ii 


. Jos. H. Cullen, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


it 


. Jas. A. Cullen, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


. P. E. Eaton, . 








- 


2d do. 


18,20 


ii 


. R. H. S. Green, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


11 


. B. Hutchinson, 








_ 


2d do. 


19, 19 


ii 


. F. C Hixon, . 








— 


2d do. 


18, 19 



94 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY G, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, . 


G. L. Huntington, . 




2d Class, 


18,20 


<< 


J. F. Moran, . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


ii 


F. J. Meagher, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


«« 


J. O'Connor, . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 20 


ii 


W. I. Pierce, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


F. C. Tavlor, . 








- 


2d do. 


18,18 


ii 


J. 0. White, . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


Captain, 


A. B. Chick, . 








- 


3d do. 


19, 16 


Lieutenant, . 


F. S. Wilson, . 








- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


Private, . 


W. R. Bastey, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


W. M. Cochrane, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


11 


J. M. Costello, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


41 


J. J. Connor, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


<( 


E. C. Kaiser, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<i ] \ 


J. McClorev, . 








- 


3d do. 


18, 16 


II 


W. C. McEwen, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


(I 


F. C. Pendoley, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


«« 


J. J. Pendoley, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


II 


R. G. Ruggles, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


«< 


C. R. Sawyer, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


II 


F. A. Sauer, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 18 • 


(( 


D. D. Scott, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<( 


T. J. Winterson, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<( 


C. H. Ball, . 








- 


3d do. 


- 


II 


T. H. Barry, . 








- 


3d do. 


- 


(( 


C. A. Cayvan, 








" 


3d do. 


- 



COMPANY H, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Private, 


. Geo. D. Rogers, . . . . 


Prone, 


S. S., 


45, 46, 46 


Captain, 


. W. L. Pratt, . 








Prone, 


1st Class, 


42,41 


Lieutena 


nt, . B. E. Grant, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,41 


Corpora 


, . W. W. Lennox, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,41 


Private, 


. C. F. Bearce. . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,41 


i< 


. E. G. Farrell, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,41 


ii 


. R. L. Fowle, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,43 


ii 


. W. G. Newman, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


45,42 


Lieutena 


nt, . William Renfrew, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 21 


Sergeant 


, . | H. S. Flint, . 








- 


2d do. 


22, 22 


«i 


. J. G. H. McGilvre' 


7, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


Corporal 


, . W.E.Smith,. 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


ii 


. J. E. Brewer, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 21 


<i 


. E. Bickford, . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Private, 


. William Adgate, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<i 


. J. T. Bradley, 








- 


2d do. 


20,20 


ii 


. F. Bray, . 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<« 


. S. Cater, Jr., . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


. X. A. Grant, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


. M. Gihbs, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


k 


. C. A. Haraden, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


. W. J. Holland, 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 


. • . i R. W. Langell, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 20 


ii 


. F. J. Pierce, . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 20 


ii 


. T. J. Reid, . 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 


. C. O. Smith, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(< 


. T. Walker, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


it 


. William Wardwell, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 21 


ii 


. C. B. Wells, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<i 


. H. Vowles, 








- 


2d do. 


21, 21 


Sergeant 


, . J. F. Brosseau, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 18 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



95 



COMPANY H, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Ran ere Work. 


Rank. .name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Corporal 


. i R. W. Wright, .... 


mm 


3d Class, 


15, 16 


u 


. A. W. Hefler, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 19 


Musician 


, . 1 G. F. Clark, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Private, . 


. W. P. Anderson, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 18 


(i 


. G. D. W. Brown, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


ii 


. William Burnes, 








■ 


3d do. 


15, 18 


<( 


. A. Collinses, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 1* 


<< 


. L. H. Cutcliffe, 








_ 


3d do. 


16, 18 


<< 


. T. H.Dolliver, 








- 


3d do. 


15,17 


ii 


. A. S. Hanson, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


i< 


. C. D. Hunt, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


(< 


. H. Le Drew, . 








- 


3d do. 


16,17 


a 


. J. C. King, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


. Wm. Nelson, . 








- 


3d do. 


17,19 


(i 


. A. L. Payne, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


ii 


. H. E. Rice, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


ii 


. W. E.Tilton,. 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


. E. E. Turner, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


i< 


. R. Warnock, Jr., 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


. A E. Wetherell, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Sergeant 


. W. L. Meek, . 








— 


3d do. 


- 



COMPANY I, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Musician, 


A. E. Harlow, .... 




D. M., 


50, 50, 47 


Captain, 


Cbarles Williamson, 






- 


D. M., 


44, 49, 47 


Corporal, 


Jesse A. Coffin, 






- 


S. S , 


R. 


Private, . 


Frank M. Cole, 






- 


S. S., 


47, 48, 46 


Lieutenant, . 


George E Hortgp, 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


Corporal, 


William J. Marshall, 






- 


8. S., 


45, 48, 46 


Sergeant, 


William S. Allen, . 






- 


1st Class, 


43,45 


ii 


Herbert Allen, 






- 


1st do. 


47,48 


Private, . 


Highland Atherton, 






- 


1st do. 


45, 44 


ii 


E N. Billington, . 






- 


1st do. 


42, 44 


Sergeant, 


Cbarles E. Clark, . 






- 


1st do. 


42,48 


Private, . 


Cbarles E. Churchill, 






_ 


1st do. 


45, 47 


x 


Fred E. Foye, 






- 


1st do. 


42,46 


i< 


Lewis M. Foye, 






_ 


1st do. 


42, 42 


ii 


Frank E. Hamilton, 






- 


1st do. 


42,42 


Sergeant, 


Rowley, . 






- 


1st do. 


42, 44 


ti 


E. L. Stone, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Private, . 


Geo. It. Wass, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


43,41 


ii 


Frank J. Abbott, . 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Corporal, 


Geo. E. Burgess, . 






- 


2d do. 


22, 23 


Private, . 


Fred E. Burt, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 20 


.1 


A. L. Cobb, . 






_ 


2d do. 


21,21 


ii 


Thomas Chisholm, 






- 


2d do. 


21,22 


" ' 


Charles H. Edson, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


11 


Edgar Foye, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


n 


Horace Hammond, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


a ' 


Clarence H. Johnson, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


ii 


Edwin R. Little, . 






- 


2d do. 


21, 21 


ii 


Esrom Morse, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


ii 


E. J. Morse, . 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Wellington Nilsson, 






- 


2d do. 


22,22 


ii 


John Ordwav, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


Lieutenant, . 


Daniel W. Packard, 






- 


2d do. 


18,22 


Corporal, 


George Presby, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


Private, . 


Charles W. Pierce, 






- 


2d do. 


21, 18 


Corporal, 


Harry Reed, . 






~ 


2d do. 


21,20 



96 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



COMPANY I, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY- Concluded. 







Position 




Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Corporal, 


Samuel Sampson 




2d Class, 


18, 18 


Private, . 


Chas. E. Tribou, . 






_ 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


Geo. A. Varney, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


ii 


Alfred Wells, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


«< 


Chag A. Williamson, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 20 


(< 


Enus B. Winslow, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,18 


«< 


Harrv Clough, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


«< 


William H. Emery, 






- 


3d do. 


18, 17 


« 


Edward H. Loud, . 






- 


3d do. 


18, 16 


<« 


Robert McDonald, . 






- 


3d do. 


18, 17 


<« 


Harold Maxwell, . 






- 


3d do. 


18, 17 


(< 


E. W. Packard, . 






- 


3d do. 


18, 15 


(< 


Geo. Phinnev, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<< 


Guy Richmond, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


i< 


Wm. J. Slack, 






- 


3d do. 


17,17 


ii 


H.AV. Shaw, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


<< 


Harry A. Snow, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


«< 


Robert Millett, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


«( 


A. E. Roys, . 






- 


3d do. 


- 


«< 


Frank Sears, . 






~ 


2d do. 


— 





COMPANY K, FIRST 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Captain, 


1 
. Geo. F. Quinby, . 




S. S., 


R. 


Lieutena 


nt, . H. L. Chapman, 








- 


S. s , 


R. 


Sergeant 


, . W. J. Rogers. 








Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 47, 46 


ii 


. A P. Lambert, 








- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Corporal 


, . F. L. Ready, . 








Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 47, 46 


Private, 


. I. J. Davis, 








it ~ 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Lieutena 


nt, . F. S. Howes, . 










1st Class, 


R. 


Sergeant 


, . F. R. Moore, . 








- 


2d do. 


20,20 


ii 


. W. B. Chaffin, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Corporal 


, . W. C. Atton, . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


it 


. E. I. Warshauer, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


(i 


. T. C. Thompson, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, 


. E. A. Graves, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


ii 


. F. Gass, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


. C. Johnson, . 








_ 


2d do. 


19, 19 


ii 


. F. L. Richards, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


. S.Sackmary, . 








- 


2d do. 


21, 18 


it 


. S. Weiss, ' . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Corporal 


, . J. G. Horton, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Private, 


. A. Anderson, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, lo 


ii 


. F. E. Bishop, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


. L. Birnbaum, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


. T. J. Donovan, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 16 


ii 


. F. F. Farwell, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


. W. Gilbertson, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


ii 


. W. E. Hobbs, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


ii 


. E. S. Hal by, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


ii 


. G. S. Hazlett, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


. 1 H. L. Kenhey, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


ii 


. P. Keith, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 19 


ii 


. G. A. Martikke, . 








- 


3d do. 


18, 15 


ii 


. G. W. McKenzie, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


. H. A. Pasek, . 








- 


3d do. 


18, 15 


i< 


. D. A. Pick. . 








- 


3d do 


17, 16 


it 


. F. L. Ready, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


. F. D. Smith. . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


it 


. J. C. A. Turner, 








— 


3d do. 


17, 15 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



97 



COMPANY K, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 

Class. 


Range Work. 
18»G. 


Private, . 
it 

ii 

<« 

Sergeant, 
Musician, 
Private, . 


J. W. Yaffa, . 

J. T. Taylor 

W. B. Laws 

G. H. P. Dow, 
C. A. Monks, . 
F.A.H Bennett, . 
H. A. Lowe, . 
J. J. O'Brien, . 

• 






3d Class. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
S. S., 
2d Class, 
3d do. 
2d do. 


18, 17 

15, 15 

16, 15 

15, 15 



COMPANY L, FIRST 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Lieutenant, . 


W. L. Swan, 


Prone, 


S. S., 


47, 49, 46 


Sergeant, 


William R. Graves, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


48, 47, 47 


t< 


Ernest M. Willis, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 46 


Corporal, 


Joseph L. Perry, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 40 


(t 


Alvin Colburn, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Sergeant, 


Dawson B. Parker, 






Prone, 


1st Class, 


43,42 


Private,. 


Charles H. Barrett, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,42 


Lieutenant, . 


F. A. Cheney, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


Sergeant, 


C. L. Harris, . 






- 


2d do. 


20,21 


Corporal, 


John E. Foster, 






- 


2d do. 


22, 22 


>« 


Geo. R. Gage, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


C( 


Alton L. French, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,21 


Private, . 


Ivy W. Ackiss, 






_ 


2d do. 


20, 20 


it 


James M. Blackmer, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 19 


(i 


Louis Lewisson, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 21 


<( 


Wilfred H. Porter, 






_ 


2d do. 


20,21 


u 


Patrick A. Whelan, 






- • 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Corporal, 


Fred W. Burrill, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


Private, . 


David H. Bartlett, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


».<< 


William B. Hill, . 






_ 


3d do. 


16, 17 


<« 


John Jansson, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


[ « . . 


Thomas O'Pare, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


J" 


Robert F. Robinson, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16, 


II 


Frederick R. White, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Captain, 


F. M. Whiting, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


Sergeant, 


Louis Nauman, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


Musician, 


Milo E. Cilley, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


Private, . 


Thomas P. Belton, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


u 


James Hoey, . 






- 


3d do. 


- 


<( 


John Hoist, 






- 


3d do. 


- 



COMPANY M, FIRST 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Corporal, 


Richard H. Booth, 




Prone, 


D. M., 


50, 50, 50 


Lieutenant, . 


David Fuller, . 




Prone, 


S. S., 


46, 50, 50 


(i 


W. F. Borden, 




- 


s. s., 


47, 50, 50 


Sergeant, 


George E. Potter, . 




- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


ii 


F. W. Harrison, . 




- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


<( 


E. G. Davol, . 




- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 47 


it 


Arnold B. Sanford 2d, 




- 


s. s., 


46, 49, 47 


i< 


James F. McAdams, 




Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 49, 48 


Corporal, 


Frank S. Abbott, . 




- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 48 


tt 


W. W. Booth, 




- 


s. s., 


44, 49, 49 


(< 


E. H. Pilkington. . 




Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 48, 46 


ii 


James M. Whitehead, 




- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 



98 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY M, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, . 


James H. Bentley, 




S. 8., 


44, 48, 46 






Myron 0. Eldredge, 






Prone, 


S. s., 


48, 48, 46 






Thomas Graham, . 






_ 


s. s., 


45, 48, 48 






H. S. Hargraves, . 






- 


s. s., 


44, 49, 46 






Paul Harrison, 






_ 


s. s., 


45, 48, 49 






Fred. B. H. Linley, 






- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 






John D. Mcintosh, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 49, 48 






Elmer W. Mitchell, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 48, 48 






Thomas Murphy, . 




• 


Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 49, 46 






Joseph H. M. Sharpies, 






- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 47 






Harry A. Skinner, . 






- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 47 






George W. Stone, . 






- 


s. s , 


46, 49, 46 






John Walsh, . 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 






William B. Wilcox, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


48, 49, 46 






Richard Wood, 






Prone, 


s. s, 


46, 49, 49 


Corporal 


> 


A. F. Simmons, 






- 


1st Class, 


42, 42 






Albert J. Bvron, . 






- 


1st do. 


43,48 






William H. Drake, 






- 


1st do 


43,48 






F. E.Durfee, . 






_ 


1st do. 


43,43 






Henry Graham, 






- 


1st do. 


44,42 






John E. Horsfield, . 






- 


1st do. 


45,44 






John F. Hughes, . 






_ 


1st do. 


43,42 






Franklin Waldron, 






_ 


1st do. 


42,42 


Captain, 


S. L. Braley, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


Musician, 


John Lee, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, . 


John R. Alford, 






_ 


2d do. 


21,21 






Zedekiah Buckley, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 






John N. Burgess, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 






Hugh Dale, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 






John Delehunt, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 19 






Louis E. Destremps, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 






Nelson B. Durfee, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,21 






0. P. Durling, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 






Frank A Flynn, . 






- 


2d do. 


20,21 






John E. Henshaw, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,19 






J. A. Heywood, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 






F. W. C. Littlefield, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 






Frank M. Macomber, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 






John W. Powers, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,18 






Irving W. Preble, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 






John Rigby, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 






John W. Smethurst, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 






Frank A. Towne, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 






Alexander Wilson, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 21 






Thomas Broughton 






- 


3d do. 


15, 17 






Charles Niles, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 17 






Hymon Smolensky, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 18 






William Waterworth, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 17 






William A. Wiseman, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 



FIELD 


AND STAFF, SECOND 


REGIMEN! 


' INFANTRY. 


Major, . 


F. G. Southmayd, .... 




D. M., 


R. 


it 


R. A. Whipple, 








Prone, 


D. M , 


R. 


Colonel, 


E.P.Clark, . 








- 


S. S., 


R. 


Lieut. Col., . 


E. R. Shumway, 








_ 


s. s., 


45, 49, 47 


Major, . 


H. B. Fairbanks, 








_ 


s. s., 


44, 48, 48 


Chaplain, 


J. C. Wehvood, . 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


Color Sergt., . 


S. Galbraith, . 








- 


s. s.. 


R. 


Lieutenant, . 


P. R. Hawkins, 








- 


1st Class, 


R. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



99 



FIELD AND STAFF, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY- Concluded. 



RANK. 



^Tamk. 



Position 
at 500 
Yards. 



Record 

Class. 



Range Work. 
1896. 



Lieutenant, . 
Q. M. Sergt.,. 
Chief Bugler, 

IIosp. Stwd , . 
Major, . 
Lieutenant, . 



Sergt. Major, 
P M. Sergt.,. 

Drum Major, 
Color Sergt., . 
Orderly, 



A. C. Edson, . 
M. N. Snow, . 
R. E. Mathewson, 
L. H. Fortier, 
0. J. Brown, . 
C. D. Colson, . 
J. T. Herrick, 
A. E. Taylor, . 
P. J. Norton, . 

C. B. Hitchcock, 

D. J Callinan, 
W. L Clough, 
R. L. Lusk, . 



1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



R. 

R. 
R. 

42,42 

20, 20 
R. 

21, 22 
19,20 

19, 22 
19,20 

20, 20 
19, 19 
18, 18 



COMPANY A, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 

Lieutenant, 
«( 

Sergeant, 
Corporal, 



Private, 



Musician 
Private, 
Sergeant 
Private, 



Sergeant 

Private, 

<( 

Corporal 
Private, 
Corporal 
Private, 



Sergeant 
Private, 

Sergeant 
Corporal 
Private, 



Edwin G. Barrett, . 
Moses H. Tisdell, . 
F. H. Lucke, . 
Geo. E Rix, . 
Charles A. Poland, 
Carl W. Weixler, . 
Fred W. Greene, . 
Ralph L. Allison, . 
George E. Allison, 
Samuel E. Clapp, . 
Charles B. Langher, 
Joseph T. Laflamme, 
Arthur E. Magee, . 
John G. Gowans, . 
Howard K. Hobbs, 
Ernest B. Hall, 
David D. McTaggart, 
E. B. Sawyer, 
W. G. Standish, . 
Walter A. Traver, . 
Herbert W. Woods, 
Samuel A. Wallace, 
Horace L. Ware, . 
Walter H. Allison, 
Grant Allison, 
H. B. Bond, . 
E. E. Barwick, 
Walter T. Bruso, . 
John E. Blake, 
Herbert A. Ballou, 
Ranna E. Cossitt, . 
Perley W. Chase, . 
Walter A. Chaffee, 
Clarence B. Emerson, 
John H. Lander, . 
John W. McKenzie, 
William H. Morse, 
William H. Plummer, 
Edward R. Riedl, . 
William E. Rice, . 
William W. Rice, . 
Charles T. Stockton, 
William E. Sherman, 
Herbert E. Austin, 



S. 


s., 


S. 


s., 


s. 


s., 


s. 


s, 


s. 


s., 


s. 


s., 


s. 


s., 


s. 


s., 


s. 


s., 


s. 


s., 


s. 


s., 


s. 


s., 


s. 


s., 


1st Class 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



R. 

45. 49, 47 
44, 48, 46 

R. 

46, 49, 46 
44, 49, 47 

44, 48, 46 

45, 48, 46 

45, 48, 46 
44, 49, 48 
48, 48, 46 

46, 48, 47 

47, 48, 46 
42,44 
42, 44 
45, 44 
46,43 

42, 42 
43,45 
43,42 
44, 46 
43,44 

43, 42 
18,20 

19, 19 
21,21 

20, 18 
18, 18 
20,20 

21, 19 

18, 19 

19, 19 
19, 18 
18, 18 
18, 18 
18, 18 
18, 18 
18, 19 
18,20 

21, 18 

22, 18 
18, 19 
19,20 
16, 15 



100 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY A, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 







Position 




Range Work. 


liANK. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


Joseph A. Bergeron, 




3d Class, 


16, 15 


«< 


Herbeit A Carroll, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<i 


Thomas R. Daud, 




- 


3d do. 


18, 17 


(i 


Lewis M. Far, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<( 


Charles A Fischer, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


(i 


Patrick Flannagan, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


Robert A. Lohnes, . 




_ 


3d do 


16,18 


m 


Frank G. Lam son, . 




_ 


3d do. 


15, 20 


<< 


Archie F. Murray, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


II 


George Maccabee, . 






3d do. 


15, 17 


(1 


Edmund J. Power, 




- 


3d do. 


18, 17 


u 


Alexander G. Thomson, 




_ 


3d do. 


16,17 


• < 


Alfred L. Wood, . 




- 


3d do 


16, 15 


II 


James T. Cruikshanks, . 




_ 


1st do. 


- 


(1 


Ralph C. Greene, . 




- 


3d do. 


- 


ll 


Jolui G. Hagberg, . 




— 


3d do. 





COMPANY B, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 


. Henry McDonald, .... 


Prone, 


D. M., 


46. 48, 47 


Sergeant 


, . William G. Adams, 






Prone, 


S. S., 


41. 48, 48 


<< 


. Frank A. Wakefield, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 49, 48 


ii 


. Everett W. Wilcox, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Corporal 


, . Fred. R. Daniels, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 48, 47 


ii 


. John Gour, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 49, 48 


{< 


. Samuel E. Smith, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 50, 46 


Private, . 


. Orvin E. Alberts, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


ti 


. Robert F. Beaudry, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


II 


. John Ouimette, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


48, 46, 47 


Lieutenai 


it, . Harrv J. Vesper, . 






Prone, 


1st Class, 


44,40 


Sergeant, 


. Thomas F. Burke, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


R. 


Corporal 


. Frank H. Kuhn, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


R. 


Private, . 


. James D. Brady, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 44 


ii 


. Frank J. Foster, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


45, 43 


ii 


. James C. Ryan, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 42 


Lieutenai 


it, . William L. Young, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


Sergeant 


. Richard H Bearse, 






- 


2d do. 


22,20 


Corporal 


. George J. McKeown, 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


<( 


. John^J. O'Connell, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Musician 


, . Louis F. Schoch, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Private, . 


. Charles E. Burns, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 20 


14 


. John M. Carey, 






- 


2d do. 


18,19 


(I 


. Fred C. Crocker, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,22 


II 


. Lewis P. Clark, 






- 


2d do. 


18,18 


(C 


. Matthew J. Clark, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


II 


. Theodore F. Handy, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 22 


(( 


. William J. Harrington, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 21 


II 


. Herbert C. Hay ward, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


II 


. Joseph F. Heffernan, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


II 


. Fred B. Hodge, 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


II 


. Eugene J. Howran, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


( ( 


. John H. Hunter, . 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


II 


. Charles A. Jones, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


(( 


. Clarence M Machol, 






_ 


2d do. 


22, 22 


(( 


. John J. Malone, 






_ 


2d do. 


19,21 


<( 


. Alonzo W. Massey, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 


. Charles H. Mattoon, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


(< 


. Melvin H. Ransom, 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


(( 


. Joseph Tovet, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


II 


. Joseph C. Wildey, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 





1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



101 



COMPANY B, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY- Concluded. 



IJank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Kecord 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, . 


Edward J. Bassett, 




3d Class, 


16, 19 


" 


William H. Bond, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


<< 


Eugene A. Broderick, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


«« 


Edward T. Byrnes, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 17 




T. J. Champagne, . 
Andrew J. Crane, . 






- 


3d do. 
3d do. 


16, 16 
15, 16 


<( 


Michael J. Donahue, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


<< 


John Driscoll, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ti 


"William S. Eastman, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 18 


t< 


Merrill C. Field, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 19 


ti 


John B. Fulton, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


u 
11 


Edward Gaboury, . 
M. F. Kelleher, 






- 


3d do. 
3d do. 


15, 18 
15, 17 


X 


Paul J. Kingston, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


if 
(1 

i< 


Henry F. Ladbury, 
Henry R. Lego, 
A. T. La Ilivisse, . 






- 


3d do. 

3d do. 
3d do. 


15, 15 
15, 16 
15, 15 


II 


William J. Mack, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


II 
u 


Henry R. Morrissey, 
Mathew P. Ryan, . 






- 


3d do. 
3d do. 


15, 18 

16, 19 



COMPANY C, SECONE 


> REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Private, . 


A. D. Jefferson 




D. M., 


47, 48, 46 


Lieutenant, . 


F. L. Allen, . 






_ 


S. 8., 


45, 48, 47 


Private, . 


J. H. Allen, . 






- 


S. S., 


44, 48, 47 


Serjeant, 


F. M. Clark, Jr., . 






_ 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Private, . 


F. E. Craig, . 






- 


s. S., 


44, 48, 47 


Sergeant, 


W. E. Fairbanks, . 






_ 


s. s.. 


44, 48, 46 


Private, . 


C. T. Fletcher, 






- 


s. s., 


14,48, 47 


Lieutenant, . 


W. F. Gilman, 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Sergeant, 


G. H. Hill, . 






_ 


s. s., 


16, 50, 47 


Private, . 


W. D. Hubbard, . 






_ 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Sergeant, 


A. C. King, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 49, 48 


Private, . 


C. S. Laing, . 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 48 


it 


S. I. Mavo, 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


ii 


L. M McCallum, . 






_ 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


H. W. Marsh, 






- 


s. s , 


44, 48, 46 


Private, . 


W. A. Merrifield, . 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Captain, 


P. L. Rider, . 






- 


s. s , 


47, 48, 47 


Private, . 


F. A. Springer, 






- 


S. 8., 


44, 48, 46 


(< 


W. C. Stevens, 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


William Stevenson, 






- 


s. s., 


49, 50, 50 


Private, . 


J. C. Stevenson, 






- 


S. 8., 


44, 49, 48 


Corporal, 


G. W. Stebbins, . 






- 


s. s., 


47, 50, 46 


II 


A. M. Van Dusen, 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 48 


Private, . 


C. A. Vaughn, Jr., 






- 


s. s., 


44, 49, 46 


Sergeant, 


H. H. Warren, 






- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 47 


Private, . 


H. L. Wheeler, 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


ii 


J. W. Wheeler, . 






- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 48 


«< 


E. J. Whitley, 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


ii 


M. R. Crane, . 






- 


1st Class, 


43, 43 


Corporal, 


W. L. Cheney, 






- 


1st do. 


42,42 


ii 


A. S. Longley, 






- 


1st do. 


44, 46 


Private, . 


A. F. Rebbaii, 






- 


1st do. 


42, 42 


(< 


W. H. Richardson, 






- 


1st do. 


42, 42 


(< 


C. S. Tbaver, . 






- 


1st do. 


43, 45 


<« 


F. W. Wright, . 






Off 










hand, 


1st do. 


42,42 


<< 


W. E. Barton, .... 


- 


2d do. 


21, 21 



102 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY C, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY— Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, . 


C. E. Butler, 


_ 


2d Class, 


22,20 


<< 


W. F. Burbank, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


<< 


A. B. Chapin, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ic 


W. G. Dennis, 






- 


2d do. 


18,18 


ii 


C. T. Eldridge, . • . 






- 


2d do 


18, 18 


(i 


H. B. Goodell, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<< 


H H. Ham, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


u 


J. W. Holbrook, . 






_ 


2d do. 


19, 19 


« 


G. T. Jones, . 






_ 


2d do. 


20,21 


<( 


P. W. Lincoln, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


H. E. Nicholson, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


«< 


F. E. Robbing, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


H. F. Roper, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


(i 


F. H. Ruggles, 






- 


2d do. 


22, 19 


it 


M. A. Smith, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


(« 


F. E. Stock well, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


R. H. Vaughn, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


1 1 


F. W. Washburn, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


F. W. Ward, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<( 


H. B. Went worth, . 






- 


2d do. 


20,21 


i« 


J. L. Wilmot, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


A. T. Wintersgill, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 21 


<< 


A. J. Ford, . 






- 


3d do. 


17,17 


«< 


H. W. Thayer, 






- 


3d do. 


15,17 


« 


J. H. Wall, . 






■— 


3d do. 


15, i6 



COMPANY D, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, 
ii 

Sergeant, 
i< 

«( 

Corpora], 
<< 

Musician, 
Private, . 
Corporal, 
Private, . 



Sergeant, 
i< 

Corporal, 
ii 

Private, 



Edgar R. Train, . 
Robert W. Hunter, 
Hugo Popp, . 
W. A. Robinson, . 
Frederick Childs, . 
W. L. Weymouth, 
Albert Emery. 
J. M. Gubhardt, . 
Alfred Reed, . 
Edward B. Oberlander, 
John D. Batchelder, 
William Betters, . 
George Buckhardt, 
R. H. Coit, . 
Charles R. Evans, . 
Charles W. Forrest, 
Frank F. Lipps, 
Alfred Mennell, 
Herman Markert, . 
J. A. Oberlander, . 
W. F. Wenzel, 
George F. Orrell, . 
Charles H. Smith, . 
George A. Collier, . 
Frederick Battersley, 
William S. Addy, . 
Ellis L. Dudley, . 
Edmund Damons, . 
Eugene Davis, 
R. II. Englchardt, . 
Alfred Foot, . 
Lester R. Jackson, 



s. s 




s. s 




s. s 




s. s 




s. s 




s. s 




s. s 




s. s 




s. s 




1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



48, 48, 48 

44, 49, 47 

45, 48, 46 

44, 48, 46 

45, 48, 46 

45, 48, 47 
44, 50, 46 

46, 50, 46 
44, 48, 46 

42, 44 
42,43 
42,49 

43, 48 
43,43 
43,43 
42, 45 
42,43 
46,42 
42,42 
42,43 
42,42 
21, 21 
18, 18 
18, 18 
21,21 
18, 18 

18, 19 

19, 19 
18, 18 
18, 19 

18, 19 

19, 18 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



103 



COMPANY D, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Bank. 


Naur. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


Alexander McDonald, . 


. 


2d Class, 


19, 19 


<( 


Frank G. Mattice, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


Charles F. Markert, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


« 


Alexander McEhvain, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(C 


Francis D. Phillips, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 20 


«« 


John J. Ray, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,24 


II 


Charles W. Urmson, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


tl 


Walter H. Whitelock, 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


(( 


James E. Watson, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,21 


Captain, 


William J. Crosier, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


Private, . 


George H. Brown, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


u 


William E. Davis, . 






- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


(i 


Herbert Douglass, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


«< 


William F. Dunning, 






- 


3d do. 


18, 15 


M 


Otto Eger, 






- 


3d do. 


15,17 


II 


Joseph Gelinas, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


«( 


Anthony More, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


II 


Louis A. More, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


II 


John E. Urmson, . 






- 


3d do. 


18, 16 


II 


Fred W. Wenzel, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(« 


Lucien R. Wolf, 






- 


3d do. 


16,17 


II 


Charles F. Walton, 






- 


3d do. 


15,21 


(( 


Fred Viquent, 






- 


3d do. 


19, 17 


II 


Earl J. Cain, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


II 


George A. Fisher, . 






- 


3d do. 


_ 


(( 


Roland A. Williston, 






- 


2d do. 


_ 


<( 


Nelson Sefton, 






- 


3d do. 


- 



COMPANY E, SECOND 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Sergeant, 


O. D. Hapgood, . . . . 


Prone, 


D. M., 


44, 49, 46 


Private, . 


C. A. Hinds, .... 


Prone, 


D. M., 


R. 


Corporal, 


F. E. Farley, . 






Prone, 


S. S., 


44, 47, 47 


Lieutenant, . 


E. R. Gray, . 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


Private, . 


Moses R. Hilton, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 49, 46 


Lieutenant, . 


Frank P. Hosmer, . 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


Corporal, 


James F. Sexton, . 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


Sergeant, 


Willie B. Smith, • 






Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 49, 47 


Private, . 


Milon F. Taylor, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


R. 


Sergeant, 


Fred. W. Wallace, 






- 


s. s , 


R. 


Captain, 


Phillip T. Barber, . 






- 


1st Class, 


45, 42 


Corporal, 


Frank P. Hall, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Sergeant 


Waldo A. Johnson, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44, 45 


Private, . 


Augustus Karlson, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


43, 45 


it 


Neteon A. Spring, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,42 


Corporal, 


Horan J. Bosquet, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 


William B. Carson, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


(< 


Eugene F. Davison, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


ii 


Charles T. Doyle, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


«< 


Frank Demars, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 


Gust. Halberg, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 


Oscar E. Halberg, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


Harland H. Knight, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Corporal, 


George H. Meehan, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


Private, . 


Samuel A. Sharon, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


ii 


Leroy M. Willard, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Ehvyn W. Barton, 






- 


3d do. 


16,17 


«< 


William C. Bellows, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


Henry J. Blake, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


«( 


H. F. Bosquet, 








3d do. 


15,17 



104 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY E, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY- Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
189G. 


Private, . 


Ossie Docile, 




3d Class, 


15, 16 








Harry L. Doane, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 








Anton J. Frank, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 17 








Bert C. Gerry, 








- 


3d do. 


15,17 








Charles L. Oberg, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 17 








Fred A. Ryder, 








_ 


3d do. 


17,17 








William B. Parkin 








- 


3d do. 


17, 18 








Arthur M. Spring, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 








Charles W. Smith, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 18 








Walter A. Smith, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 








A. C. Sweezey, 








- 


3d do. 


17,17 








William C. Ward, 








- 


3d do. 


17,19 


Sergeant, 


F. S. Weymouth, 








- 


3d do. 


16,20 


Private, . 


Richard S. White, 








- 


3d do. 


17,18 


Corporal, 


George W. Lake, 
P. M. Lacasse, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


Musician, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Private, . 


David Broden, 








- 


2d do. 


21,21 



COMPANY F, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 
Private, . 



Sergeant, 
Sergeant, 
Private, . 



Lieutenant, 

Private, . 
<« 

Sergeant, 
Corporal, 
Sergeant, 
Corporal, 
Private, . 



Lieutenant, 
Private, . 



Corporal, 
Private, . 



Musician, 
Private, . 



Arthur L. Stone, . 
Charles A. Anderson, 
Clarence O. Bolster, 
Ernest E. Baker, . 
Louis G. Brown, . 
Herbert J. Coleman, 
Harry L. Claflin, . 
F. H. Crafts, . 
James A. Dell, 
Daniel Ela, . 
William J. Ela, 
Fred. P. Frye, 
Albert A. Fowler, . 
Edward Gilligan, . 
William H. Heywood, Jr., 
Gilson W. Hunting, 
A. E. Halstead, 
Fred A. Lovejoy, . 
Ernest M. Linnell, 
Paul Meisterling, . 
George M. Perry, . 
Alonzo A. Perley, . 
Frank H. Pond, . 
Albert L. Potter, . 
Arthur V. Parker, . 
Frank S. Taylor, . 
George F. Wagner, 
Charles G. E. Anderson, 
Martin E. S. Anderholm, 
James W. Bruce, . 
Herbert L. Button, 
George P. Blanchard, 
Frank E. Cornwell, 
John G. Dahlin, 
Henry J. Denno, . 
Gilbert H. Flas?g, . 
William H. Hobby, 
Leroy E. Hallock, . 
Carl G. Larson, 
Anthony 0. Marshall, 



Prone, 



1st 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
3d 
3d 
3d 
3d 
3d 
3d 
3d 
3d 
3d 
3d 
3d 
3d 
3d 



Class, 


42, 


do. 


21, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


19, 


do. 


21, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


20, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


20, 


do. 


20, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


19, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


19, 


do 


19, 


do 


18, 


do- 


20, 


do. 


19, 


do- 


I 


do- 


19, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


20, 


do. 


20, 


do. 


17, 


do. 


15, 


do. 


17, 


do. 


15, 


do. 


17, 


do. 


16, 


do. 


16, 


do. 


17, 


do. 


17, 


do. 


17, 


do. 


17, 


do. 


17, 


do. 


16, 



43 
21 
19 
21 
22 
18 
20 
18 
18 
19 
19 
22 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
19 
21 
18 
20 
19 

19 
18 
22 
21 
17 
20 
18 
18 
17 
17 
16 
19 
20 
18 
20 
19 
16 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



105 



COMPANY P, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


Charles E. Miner, 




3d Class, 


15, 16 


it 


Harry W. Mason, .... 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 


Francis W. Parker, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


it 


George B. Tavlor, .... 


_ 


3d do. 


16, 18 


<< 


Charles A. vvilder, 


- 


3d do. 


16, 20 


<< 


Alfred H. Bessett, .... 


- 


3d do. 


- 


Corporal, 


E. H. Kinsman, .... 


~ 


3d do. 


— 



COMPANY G, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sergeant 


, . William Butement, 


Prone, 


S. S., 


45, 47, 46 


Private, 


. James A. Gibbons, 






Prone, 


s. s, 


R. 


Lieutena 


nt, . William C. Hayes, 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


Private, 


. M.C.Kelly, . 






Prone, 


S. 8., 


47, 46, 48 


Captain, 


. John J. Leonard, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 47, 46 


Corporal 


, . Joseph N. Loveley, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


Sergeant 


, . Wdliam H. Owens, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 47 


Private, 


. Thomas D. Toomey, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 47 


ii 


. Leonard S. Chapin, 






Prone, 


1st Class, 


42, 43 


<< 


. Charles J. Coftey, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44,43 


<< 


. Edward F. Connolly, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,40 


<< 


. Michael F. Connollv, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,41 


a 


. John P. Kelly, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


45, 40 


a 


. Stanley J. Kennedy, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44, 41 


Corporal 


, . Edward J. Levden, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 41 


Sergeant 


. M. J. O'Brien, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


45,43 


Lieutena 


nt, . Joseph P. Quirk, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Private, 


. E. E. Robinson, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44,43 


<< 


. Edward Abair, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 20 


a 


. Dennis Austin, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Corporal 


, . Geo. W. Bates, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Musiciar 


i, . A. W. Bumstead, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Private, 


. Thomas M. Corlis, 






_ 


2d do. 


22, 22 


<< 


. Michael H. Ford, . 






_ 


2d do. 


22, 21 


i< 


. Nataline Gardella, . 






- 


2d do. 


22, 21 


<« 


. Michael J. Griffin, . 






_ 


2d do. 


22,22 


« 


. James A. Heenehan, 






_ 


2d do. 


20, 21 


Sergeant 


, . William J. Hynes, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, 


. Frank C. Keating, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,18 


«« 


. Robert G. Kelly, . 






- 


2 l do. 


20,18 


ii 


. Thomas M. Kennedy, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


. Joseph P. Maloney, 






- 


2d do. 


21, 18 


ii 


. C. J. McLaughlin, . 








2d do. 


21, 18 


ii 


. Thomas R. O'Brien, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


a 


. Robert A. Ross, 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


Corporal 


, . Jeremiah F. Scully, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


. Daniel J. Spellacey, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Sergeant 


, . Thomas A. Sweeney, . 






- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


Corporal 


, . Bernard J. Whalen, 






- 


2d do. 


23,20 


Private, 


. Louis S. Welch, 






- 


2d do 


20, 19 


ii 


. John J. Abbott, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


a 


. Edward Beglane, . 


• • 


- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


«< 


. Frank A. Burke, . 


« • 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


«< 


. Edward H. Carrigan, . 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


. John F. Condron, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<< 


. Thomas P. Conroy, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


. Andrew Dalgleish, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


a 


. Arthur W. Falvey, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


a 


. John W. Fenton, . 






- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


{< 


. Nicholas F. Fitzgerald, 






— 


3d do. 


15, 16 



106 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY G, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


Guv L. Hovev, . 


_ 


3d Class, 


17, 15 


it 


Frank C. Linnehan, 








3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


T. F. McGillicuddv, 








3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 


John J. McLaughlin, 








3d do. 


17, 15 


<« 


Charles F. Murphy, 








3d do. 


17, 15 


«i 


John J. Nolan, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 16 


<< 


George R. Nordabv, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 


Patrick J. O'Brien, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 


Goukling S. Patnode, . 








3d do. 


16,17 


<< 


William J. Qninn, 






- 


3d do. 


17,16 


■i 


John P. Rohan, 






~ 


3d do.' 


17, 17 



COMPANY H, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Private, . 


George D. Barber, . . . . | 


S.S., 


48, 49, 46 


Corporal, 


Harry T. Gray, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


48, 48, 47 


Captain, 


Walter E. Hassam, 






- 


S.S., 


49, 50, 47 


Sergeant, 


Charles S. Holden, 






- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


George N. Jepson, 






- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


Private, . 


Frederick B. Jordan, 






- 


S.S., 


46, 49, 48 


ii 


Albert C. La Pointe, 






— 


s. s., 


R. 


«< 


Archie L. Purinton, 








s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


Corporal, . 


Clarence E. Smith, 






- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 49 


Private, . . i 


Charles D. Stalker, 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 48 


<« 


R. Brisham Taft, . 






- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


" : : 


Arthur W. Wilson, 






- 


s. s , 


46, 48, 46 


Sergeant, 


Hiram H. Ames, . 






1st Class, 


R. 


Private, . 


Marvin F. Ames, . 






- 


1st do. 


42, 42 


ii 


Joseph L. King, 






- 


1st do. 


44,42 


Sergeant, 


Charles E Monroe, 








1st do. 


43,43 


Private, . 


Jesse 0. Norcross, 






- 


1st do. 


42, 44 


<t 


Frank H. Pierce, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Bugler, . 


Roval H. Pitts, . 








1st do. 


42,45 


Lieutenant, . 


Wright S. Prior, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Private, . 


Albert B. Scott, . 






- 


1st do. 


42,42 


«< 


Charles H. Sparrell, 






- 


1st do. 


43, 45 


ii 


John C. Ware. 






- 


1st do. 


43, 43 


Corporal, 


Barry C. Young, . 






- 


1st do. 


43,48 


Private, . 


Arthur A. Berger, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Corporal, 


Dexter E. Brigham, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, . 


Herbert A. Coates, 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


i< 


Frank E Coiesworthy, 






2d do. 


19, 18 


ii 


Walter B. Cwnmings, 






2d do. 


18, 19 


Corporal, 


Walter E Earle, . 






- I 2d do. 


20, 18 


Private, . 


William L Carrick, 






2d do. 


18,20 


ii 


Linus Fellows, 






2d do. 


20, 22 


Lieutenant, . 


Edward B. Fish, . 






2d do. 


19, 19 


Private, . 


Walter I Gaee, 






2d do. 


18, 18 


(< 


Lewis H. Gale. 






2d do 


19, 19 


ii 


George A. Goodnow, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


«< 


Walter Grav, 






_ 


2d do. 


18,21 


<< 


Frank L. Ham, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


<( 


Charles M. Have, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,20 


<« 


George E. Hill. 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


i< 


Walter F. Hooker, 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


ii 


Clarence A Johnson, 






_ 


2d do. 


21,20 


ii 


Clarence A Jones,. 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


ii 


Charles E. Kinney, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


it 


Hervey E. Lamb, . 






- 


2d do. 


22, 21 


it 


Albert F. Love, 






" 


2d do. 


20,21 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



107 



COMPANY H, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



RANK. 


Namk. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Kecord 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, . 


Frank H. Pierce, . . . . 




2d Class, 


18, 19 


it 






Almon W. Preble, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<t 






H. Carl Prentiss, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 






Will son H. Rathbun, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


(< 






Walter A Sampson, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


ii 






Harry N. Sawyer, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 






Frank J. S parrel 1, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


u 






Frank R. Spiers, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 






Charles T Tatman, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(( 
ll 






Raymond Tracy, . 
Frank L. Vatu'bn, 






- 


2d do. 
2d do. 


18, 18 

19, 21 


(( 






Harrv H. Devlin, . 






- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


II 






Rov M. Greene, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


II 






Louie S. Jones, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


II 






Ellsworth I. Sawyer, 






- 


3d do. 


19,16 



COMPANY I, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutena 


nt, . Daniel J. Moynihan, 


Prone, 


D 


M., 


48, 48, 47 


Sergeant 


. Fred. M. Crittenden, 






Prone, 


1). 


M , 


48, 47, 46 


Corporal 


. John T. Miller, 






Prone, 


8 


s., 


44, 47, 46 


Piivate, 


. Fred Benoit, . 






Prone, 


s. 


S., 


48, 47, 48 


ii 


. Henry R. Hayden, Jr., 






Prone, 


s. 


8., 


47, 46, 48 


ti 


. . . ('buries W. Moynihan, 






Prone, 


8. 


8., 


46, 47, 46 


«i 


. j Edmund J. Slate. . 






- 


s. 


S., 


44, 48, 47 


(« 


. Michael J- Slater, . 






- 


s. 


S., 


R. 


Captain, 


. Henry L. Williams, 






Prone, 


1st Class, 


45, 45 


Lieutena 


nt, . Glenroy A. Thayer, 






Prone, 


1st 


do. 


45. 41 


ii 


. James R. (jilfillan, 






Prone, 


1st 


do. 


42, 41 


Corporal 


, . John S. Hitchcock, 






Prone, 


1st 


do. 


47, 43 


Private, 


. Charles E. Andrus, 






Prone, 


1st 


do. 


45, 40 


<< 


. Albert E Ewing, . 






Prone, 


1st 


do. 


43, 42 


<< 


. George F. Harlow, 






Prone, 


1st 


do. ■ 


44, 45 


<< 


. William Thayer, . 






Prone, 


1st 


do. 


44, 41 


Sergeant 


, . Jerome J. Flynn, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


Corporal 


, . Harrv A. Roberts, . 






- 


2.1 


do. 


23, 22 


ii 


. Charles K. Fiske, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


19, IS 


Musiciar 


i, . | George, W. Gunn, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


20,21 


Private, 


. George L. Allis, 






- 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


<< 


. Robert T. Allis, 






- 


2d 


do. 


20, 19 


<< 


. 1 Charles R. Brewster. 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


«< 


. Thomas E. H. Couch, 






_ 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Private, 


. Oswald L. Dragon, 






- 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


it 


. Chester W. French, 






- 


2d 


do. 


21, 18 


<( 


. John J. Finn, 






_ 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


ii 


. Henry R. Gould, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


<< 


. James E. Hayes, . 






- 


2d 


do 


19, 18 


(< 


. Willard J Knowlton, 






- 


2d 


do. 


20, 19 


«« 


. Albert P. Krone, . 






_ 


2d 


do. 


20, 18 


«i 


. John A. Jackson, . 






- 


2d 


do 


18, 18 


<< 


. George R Lucier, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


19,21 


ii 


. Michael J. Murphy, 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


14 


. Alexander Parks, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


21, 19 


II 


. Arthur W. Remillard, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 20 


(. 


. Harrv Shaw, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


(« 


. Harry W. Smith, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


II 


. Emroy C. Warner, 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Sergeant 


, . John B. Chape, 






- 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


•t 


. D.iniel W. Eastwood, . 






- 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


Corporal 


, . Archie D. Woodward, . 






— 


3d 


do. 


17, 19 





108 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY I, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY - Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Position 
at 500 
Yards. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1896. 



Corporal 
Private, 


, 


it 




<< 




«« 




<< 




<< 




«« 




<( 




<< 


, . 


«< 




<< 




ii 




<< 




ii 




(( 




<< 




<« 




<« 


• 



Charles H. Nutting, 
Thomas F.-Ahearn, 
Clarence H. Arnold, 
Warner W. Bradley, 
Aubrey B. Cartwright, . 
Francis B. Culver, 
James P. Fenton, . 
Perry Haughton, . 
Thomas H. Hickey, 
Reuben Hobson, . 
Frank J. Howard, . 
Oscar La Croix, 
Homer B. Miller, . 
James A. O'Connor, 
Michael J. Parnell, 
Frederic Parent, . 
Roderick M. Starkweather, 
Edward F. Sullivan, 
Thomas F. Waldron, . 



3d Class, 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 



15, 16 
15, 15 

15, 16 
18, 15 

16, 16 
18, 17 
15, 15 

15, 15 

16, 17 

15, 15 

17, 16 
17, 16 
15,17 

16, 15 
16, 15 
15, 15 
15, 15 
15, 16 
17,15 



COMPANY K, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Private, . 


Richard M. Neidel, 




D. M., 


44, 48, 50 


ii 


Daniel F. Austin, . 






Prone, 


S. S., 


44, 48, 46 


Sergeant, 


Arthur J. Berry, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


•44,47,48 


K 


Charles B. Elmer, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 46 


Private, . 


Wilbur W. Fowler, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


G. Burton Hall, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Private, . 


Albert C. Henry, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


Private, . 


Charles L. Jenne, . 






- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


ii 


Hobart R. Jenne, . 






- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


Bugler, . 


Henry W. Lars son, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 47, 46 


Captain, 


Roger Morgan, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 47, 48 


Private, . 


Phillip C. Shaeffler, 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


ii 


Adam C. Van Heusen, 






Prone, 


S.S., 


44, 46, 47 


ii 


0. W. Vining, 






- 


s. s, 


R. 


Corporal, 


Harry C. Wakefield, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 48 


Lieutenant, . 


William S. Warriner, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 47, 48 


Private, . 


Frank I. Bartlett, . 






- 


1st Class, 


42,42 


it 


Howard D. Cole, . 






- 


1st do. 


47,42 


Sergeant, 


Fred. A. Jenks, 






- 


1st do. 


42, 42 


Corporal, 


Samuel M. King, . 






- 


1st do. 


42, 42 


Lieutenant, . 


Phillip C. Powers, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 42 


Private, . 


George L. Aikey, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


ii 


William H. Armstrong, 






- 


2d do. 


21,22 


ii 


Ernest B. Bishop, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


ii 


Arthur M. Burnham, 








2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


Fred L. Damon, 






- 


2d do. 


22, 22 


<« 


Albert R. Davis, . 






- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


<< 


Frank H. Deardon, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


ii 


Joseph J. Dunn, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


Corporal, 


Frederick W. Ferree, 






- 


2d do. 


19,19 


Private, . 


Frederick W. Fountain, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<« 


Albert F. Gilbert, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 


Frederick W. Gowrie, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 20 


ii 


Herbert C. Hill, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


Frank P. Jones, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


ii 


Michael J. Keleher, 






- 


2d do. 


21,22 


Corporal, 


J. Lewis Kelley, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, . 


Harry M. Ludwig, 






- 


2d do. 


18,19 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



109 



COMPANY K, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Ran 


K. Name. 


Position 
at 600 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, 


. Burdett R. Madison, . . . | 


2d Class, 


18, 19 


ii 


. William J. Maher, . 






_ 


2d do. 


21 


18 


(< 


. John W. Morrison, 






- 


2d do. 


20 


,18 


tt 


. Charles R. Murray, 






- 


2d do. 


20 


21 


ii 


. Harry A. Oliver, . 






- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


Sergeant 


, . Harry H. Parkhurst, 






- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


ii 


. James E. Ravner, . 






- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


Private, 


. George H. Sibley, . 






_ 


2d do. 


18 


18 


Corpora] 


, . Frederick K. Watters, 






_ 


2d do. 


19 


20 


Private, 


. Thomas C. Boone, . 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


ii 


. Harry J. Chapman, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


<< 


. Albert F. Guenther, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


ii 


. Rupert M. Hakins, 






- 


3d do. 


19 


16 


ii 


. Damon W. Massey, 






- 


3d -do. 


17 


16 


(< 


. Frank J. McCarthy, 






- 


3d do. 


16 


17 


ii 


. Frederick D. McCarthy 






- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


«< 


. Walter M. Miller, . 






- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


ii 


. Bert F. Nichols, . 






- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


ii 


. Earle S. Perey, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


it 


. Robert H. Putnam, 






- 


3d do. 


18 


16 


<< 


. James B. Thayer, . 






- 


3d do. 


18 


17 


ii 


. Henrv L. Tinker, . 






- 


3d do. 


16 


15 


K 


. Ezra F. Williams, . 






"* 


3d do. 


17 


16 



COMPANY L, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY 




Private, . 


Henry Johnson 




D. M., 


47, 49, 46 


Captain, 


Fred E. Pierce. 




- 


S. S., 


46, 49, 46 


Lieutenant, . 


J. liussell Bickford, 




_ 


s. s., 


49, 48, 47 


Sergeant, 


Fayette B. Mason, . 




_ 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


ii 


George H. Stearns, 




- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 47 


ii 


Frank M. Munson, 




- 


s. s , 


46, 50, 47 


Private, . 


Henry J. Stearns, . 




_ 


s. s., 


44, 49, 48 


Corporal, 


Herbert S. Porter, . 




- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


Lieutenant, . 


Charles H. Field, . 




_ 


1st Class, 


42,43 


Sergeant, 


Edward J. Davis, . 




- 


1st do. 


46, 48 


Corporal, 


Charles C. Class, . 




- 


1st do. 


43, 46 


Private, . 


Charles M. Bickford, 




- 


1st do. 


45, 45 


ii 


Arthur S. Foster, . 




_ 


1st do. 


42,44 


ii 


Frank A. Harden, 




- 


1st do. 


42, 45 


«< 


Thomas D. Murphy, 




- 


1st do. 


45, 42 


<< 


Charles E. Pond, . 




- 


1st do. 


43,46 


ii 


Jacob F. Stark, 




- 


1st do. 


42, 42 


Corporal, 


Baxter B. Noves, Jr., . 




- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


ii 


Charles L. Hall, . 




- 


2d do. 


21, 20 


Private, . 


George Clutterbuck, 




- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


ii 


George H. De Revere, . 




- 


2d do. 


18, 20 


ii 


James L. Fegan, . 




- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Ovilup George, 




- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Harry A. Hay den, 




- 


2d do. 


19,22 


ii 


Arthur E. Holden, 




- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


ii 


John M. Hubbard, 




- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


ii 


James McVey, 




_ 


2d do. 


18,20 


ii 


Charles J. Rist, 




_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


«< 


Frank F. Tatreau, . 




- 


2d do. 


21,21 


ii 


William L. Tatreau, 




_ 


2d do. 


R. 


ii 


Richard A. Van Petersilge, 




_ 


2d do. 


19, 19 


ii 


John F. Yetter, 




_ 


2d do. 


21, 18 


Corporal, 


William A. Stark, . 




_ 


2d do. 


R. 


Private, . 


Harry Nash, . 




— 


2d do. 


R. 



110 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY L, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







Position 




Range Work. 


Rani 


j. Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Musician 


, . Merton R. Dean, .... 




3d Class, 


16, 19 


Private, 


. Gilbert C. Bangs, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


<t 


. Edward J. Class, . 






- 


3d do. 


17,16 


t< 


. Preston C. Comstock, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


« 


. Edward M. Cornell, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 16 


i< 


. David L. Crowninshield 






- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


(« 


Henry H. Deverger, 






- 


3d do. 


18, 17 


Private, 


. Henry E. Kimball, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


(i 


. Adam J. Mark ley, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


<< 


. Ralph J Snow, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


c< 


. John Thompson, . 






- 


3d do. 


17, 18 


Sergeant 


, . Don. A. Aldrich, . 






- 


1st do. 


- 


Private, 


William J. Mattery, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


<< 


. Michael J. Shea, . 






- 


3d do. 


- 


«< 


. Archie C. Hall, 






- 


3d do.* 


- 


«« 


. Fred. A. Moebus, . 






— 


3d do. 


— 



COMPANY M, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Private, . 


James C. Cardigan, 


Prone, 


D. M., 


50, 50, 47 


Captain, 


Herbert 0. Hicks, . 






Prone, 


D. M., 


50, 50, 47 


Corporal, 


Fred E. Busby, . 






Prone, 


S. S., 


48, 50, 46 


Sergeant, 


GeorgeyJ. Crosier, . 






Prone, 


S. s., 


48, 48, 47 


Lieutenant, . 


Ernest J. Laferriere, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


50, 50, 47 


Sergeant, 


Manfred H. Lathrop, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


48, 48, 47 


Private, . 


Frank W. Roberts, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


R. 


<< 


George E. Whipple, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


R. 


<< 


Eugene L. Delancy, 






Prone, 


1st Class, 


48,48 


«< 


Charles Delancy, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


49,47 


<« 


Mark S. Glasier, . 








1st do. 


R. 


Sergeant, 


William Hodecker, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,43 


Corporal, 


Victor King, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


43, 42 


Private, . 


William Lucy, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,43 


c< 


John W. Moran, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


48, 45 


Sergeant, 


William O'Brien, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44, 45 


Lieutenant, . 


George E. Simmons, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


48,48 


Private, . 


Harry C. Anrel, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


k 


Charles R. Barron, 






- 


2d do. 


21,20 


Musician, 


John S. Bordeleau, 






- 


2d do. 


21,20 


Private, . 


Fred C. Bo wen, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(> 


Paul H. Brennen, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Corporal, 


James A. Campbell, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Private, . 


Arthur J. Carey, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


i« 


William Duggan, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,22 


(i 


Alexander Foote, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


a 


William Garvin, 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


it 


Levi Gravel, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<« 


Charles H. Hathaway, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


<< 


Charles Hamburg, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


«< 


Robert Hayes, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


<< 


Frank Hiser, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


t< 


Robert N. Ingersoll, 






- 


2d do. 


21,20 


Sergeant, 


Bertie H. Milliman, 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


Private, . 


Raymond H. Miner, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(< 


Fred Mereier, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<< 


Joseph W. Norton, 






- 


2d do. 


20,21 


Corporal, 


William Sime 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


Private, . 


David Sitcer, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Corporal, 


Jim R. Smith, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Private, . 


Arthur H. Streeter, 






' 


2d do. 


20, 20 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



Ill 



COMPANY M, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Position 
at 500 
Yards. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1896. 



Private, . 




(i 




<( 




<« 




<< 




«< 


. 1 


<< 




«( 




<< 




<« 




<( 




(« 




u 




«« 


. 


<< 




(« 


, . 


(1 


. 


«( 




«( 




II 


• 



John W. Sturm, 
John J. Thompson, 
Aaron Turner, 
Clifford S. Veazie, . 
John Weir, 
George W. Alderman, 
Frederick Brunell, 
Jesper Coones, 
William J. Duprea, 
Robert Graves, 
Joseph Gravel, Jr., 
George Grant, Jr., . 
Charles Harrington, 
Charles R. Harrington, 
Walla Paradise, 
Joseph Pelky, 
Devalue E. Rosseau, 
Archibald G. Sands, 
Milton C. Snell, . 
Arthur L. Wheelock, 



2d Class, 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 



19, 19 
20,21 

20, 20 
18, 18 
18, 19 
16, 17 
16, 18 
16, 19 

15, 16 

16, 19 
16, 15 
18, 16 
17,17 
17,16 
16, 18 
18, 15 
16, 18 
16, 19 
18, 16 
16, 19 



FIELD AND STAFF, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, . 


James W. Jones, .... 


Prone, 


S. S., 


50, 50, 48 


Major, . 


G. H. Tuvlor, 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


Colonel, 


Henrv Parsons, 








- 


2d Class, 


23,24 


Lieutenant, . 


E. L. Tucker, 








- 


2d do. 


20,21 


Major, . 


G. H. Chaffin, 








- 


2d do. 


21, 21 


(t 


C. K. Darling. 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


Lieutenant, . 


J. M. Carpenter, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


<( 


O P. Porter, . 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 


J. T. Soutter, 








_ 


2d do. 


R. 


Lieut. Col., . 


C. F. Woodicard, 








" 


3d do. 


— 





COMPANY A, SIXTH 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Captain, 


. Edward J. Gihon, .... 


Prone, 


D. M., 


49, 48, 46 


Sergeant 


, . Frank E Grav, 






Prone, 


D. M., 


50, 48, 46 


Corporal 


, . Roger Howard, 






Prone, 


D.M., 


50, 49, 47 


Bugler, 


. Phineas S. Killam, 






- 


1). M., 


R. 


Private, 


. George Durward, . 






Prone, 


D. M , 


49, 48, 46 


14 


. James H. Keough, 






Prone, 


D. M., 


50, 49, 48 


Lieutena 


nt, . P. J. Flanders, 






- 


S. S., 


44, 48, 46 


u 


. Charles E. Walton, 






- 


S. S , 


45, 48, 47 


Sergeant 


, . William E. Grav, . 






- 


s. s., 


46, 49, 47 


i* 


. E mer E. Morrison, 






- 


s. s , 


48, 48, 46 


Corpora] 


, . Charles Bridge, 






- 


s. s., 


46, 50, 49 


ii 


. William Feindle, . 






- 


s. s., 


47, 48, 48 


Private, 


. George W. Chesley, 






- 


s. s., 


48, 48, 47 


ii 


. James Durward, . 






- 


s. s., 


50, 48, 46 


•i 


. George W. Reid, . 






Prone, 


D. M., 


48, 48, 46 


ii 


. Alton R Sedgley, . 






Prone, 


s. s , 


47, 49, 47 


ii 


. Herbert H. Streeter, 






- 


s. s., 


48, 50, 46 


<< 


. M. H Warren, 






- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


(< 


. William F. Wood, 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


Sergeant 


, . Charles F. Parker, 






- 


1st Class, 


45, 44 



112 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY A, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Position 
at 500 
Yards. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1896. 



Corporal, 
<( 

<« 
Private, 



Sergeant 

Private, 

<( 

Private, 



S. Fred Wiggin, 
Michael E. Sliney, 
Arthur G. Oliver, . 
Edgar O. Dewey, Jr., 
Manuel Dingle, 
Thomas A. McDonald, 
John H. McMahan, 
Herbert T. Mitchell, 
J. Fred Rowan, 
John Stock, . 
Walter Sweetser, . 
Fred A. Weldon, . 
Charles D. Alden, . 
Augustus M. Baxter, 

0. V. Bennett, 
W. I. Broad, . 
Henry Blenkhorn, . 
Harvey G. Brockbank, 
Charles C. Cameron, 
James W. Cavanaugh, 
George H. Colbath, 
Henry P. Connell, . 
George W. Daniels, 
Albert W. Darling, 
Enos Dulong, 

Alfred Ellis, . 
Stellman J. Green, 
William A. Haley, 
Newell H. Hawes, . 
Winthrop L. Lewis, 
George E. Larose, . 
William H. Meilen, 

1. B. Newbegin, 
James E. O'Brien, . 
Chester H. Oliver, . 
B. F. Pendleton, . 
Percy L. Stevens, . 
L. Tupper, 
George Bayne, 
Richard D. Joy, 
Fred C. Thistle, . 



Prone, 



1st 
1st 
1st 
1st 
1st 
1st 
1st 
1st 
1st 
1st 
1st 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
3d 
3d 
3d 



Class, 


R 


do. 


42, 


do. 


44, 


do 


43, 


do. 


42, 


do. 


42, 


do. 


42, 


do. 


R 


do. 


43, 


do. 


43, 


do. 


43, 


do. 


20, 


do. 


19, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


21, 


do. 


20, 


do. 


22, 


do. 


19, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


19, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


19, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


19, 


do. 


19, 


do. 


21, 


do. 


19, 


do. 


21, 


do. 


20, 


do. 


19, 


do. 


18, 


do. 


20, 


do. 


20, 


do. 


19, 


do. 


19, 


do. 


20, 


do. 


17, 


do. 


15, 


do. 


17, 



44 
47 
43 
43 
43 
43 

42 
43 

44 
19 
19 
18 
21 
18 
20 
19 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
19 
21 
21 
20 
18 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
20 
15 
15 
16 



COMPANY B, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 

Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 
<< 

Corporal, 
Private, 



Lieutenant, 
Sergeant, 

Corporal, 



George H. Priest, . 
David W. Colburn, 
Albert R. Fellows, 
Charles W. Robinson, 
Charles E. Oliver, . 
Joseph Dongworth, 
Eddy Dowden, 
Herbert W. Fisk, . 
Geo. H. Lewis, 
Roland B. Read, . 
George F. Ware, . 
Horatio D. Moulton, 
Edward A. Bruce, . 
James C. Smith, 
Fred M. Trumbull, 
Herbert B. Allen, . 



S. 15 


>•, 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



R. 
R. 
R. 
R. 

44,43 
44,46 
44,44 
42,42 

R. 
42,43 
43,42 

R. 
19, 18 
21,21 
19, 18 
22,21 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



113 



COMPANY B, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







Position Record 


Range Work. 


Ran 


k. Dame. 


v at ^p° I Class 
lards. 


1896. 


Corporal 


• 
, . Frank V. Gilson, . 


_ 


2d Class, 


21, 18 


<« 


. Ernest L Starkey, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<( 


. Geo. E. Howard, . 






- 


2d do. 


22,21 


Musiciar 


i, . Dennis N. Vincelette, 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


Private, 


. Robert Alison, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


«i 


. Fred C. Baker, 






_ 


2d do. 


21, 18 


<< 


. Bert. W. Blanchard, 






_ 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


. William D. Briscoe, 






_ 


2d do. 


19, 18 


u 


. Thomas Brown, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


«< 


. Harry Bryant, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


«« 


. Albert E. Cutler, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


u 


. Walter A. Derby, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,18 


<( 


. George H. Lawrence, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


<< 


. E. B. Lancey, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


«< 


. Joseph Locke, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


«« 


. Sewall N. Lufkin, . 






- 


2d do. 


24,22 


<< 


. Herbert A. Metcalf, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(i 


. Frank J. Metcalf, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<« 


. William K. Morse,. 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


11 


. Carroll C. Raymond, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


«« 


. Lewis W. Richardson, 






_ 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<« 


. Geo. A. Stevens, 






- 


2d do. 


18,18 


it 


. Arthur L. Sunbury, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<« 


. Geo. H. Twombly, 






- 


2d do. 


22, 21 


ii 


. Hiland H. Warren, 






- 


2d do. 


22, 21 


ii 


. Richard Warrington, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 


. Herbert G. Bonney, 






- 


3d do. 


18, 16 


<< 


. Francis B. Cass, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 19 


(i 


. George F. Cutting, 






- 


3d do. 


18, 15 


«< 


. Arthur M. Ferson, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


ii 


. Arthur E. Gunn, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


«i 


. Robert Ilarley, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


<« 


. Geo. E. Harris, 






_ 


3d do. 


18, 16 


ii 


. Myron Horton, 






- 


3d do. 


18, 16 


<« 


. Benj. A. Johnson, . 






- 


3d do. 


17,17 


<< 


. Sumner B. Lawrence, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<« 


. Fred. S. Moore, 






- 


3d do. 


22, 15 


<< 


. Henry C. Patten, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


«« 


. Ernest T. Saunders, 






_ 


3d do. 


17, 15 


11 


. Wm. J. Tedford, . 






_ 


3d do. 


18, 16 


<< 


. Frederick Warner, 






— 


3d do. 


18,15 


Sergeant 


, . Henri/ W. Huntley , 






— 


3d do. 


— 



COMPANY C, SIXTH 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Private, . 


George E. Worthen, 


Prone, 


D. M., 


50, 48, 46 


Lieutenant, . 


Frank I. Costello, . 






- 


S. S., 


44, 49, 46 


Sergeant, 


A. B. Peters, . 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


<t 


George C. Wenden, 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


«< 


Arthur D. Colby, . 


, N 




- 


s. s., 


R. 


<( 


W. C. Gannon, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


50, 50, 50 


Corporal, 


James E Burns, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


50, 50, 48 


ii 


A. Y. Rodger, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


50, 50, 46 


Private, . 


B. W. Chandler, . 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


<< 


0. M. Haines, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 48, 48 


Lieutenant, . 


Lewis H. Swift, 






Prone, 


1st Class, 


46,48 


Sergeant, 


F. C Costello, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Corporal, 


W. J. Hurd, . 






- 


1st do. 


42,44 


«< 


Thos Livingston, . 






- 


J.st do. 


43,42 


Private, . 


G. E. Ahlberg, 






— 


1st do. 


R. 



114 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY C, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Xajie. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


Thos. Ashworth, .... 




1st Class, 


42,43 


«« 


W. P. Berrv, . 








- 


1st do. 


42, 42 


(< 


0. S. Halm, . 








- 


1st do. 


46,49 


<< 


R. W. Hardy, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


49,48 


«< 


A. P. Heath, . 








- 


1st do. 


42,44 


<< 


A. B. Yarnum, 








- 


1st do. 


42,43 


Captain, 


Alexander Grieg, Ji 


r-i • 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Corporal, 


C. T. Kittridge, . 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Private, . 


W. H. Bagshaw, . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


D. H. Buske, . 








- 


2d do. 


18,21 


<« 


F. H. Crosby, 


V 






- 


2d do. 


24,24 


«< 


Ralph Clogston, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


ii 


E. A. Johnson, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


II 


A. W. Hersome, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


<( 


A. J. Smith, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


II 


Percy Swaby, . 








- 


2d do. 


20,20 


(( 


E. G. Willoughby, 








- 


2d do. 


21, 18 


(« 


W. A. Thomas, 








_ 


2d do. 


R. 


«< 


C. R. Decatur, 








_ 


2d do. 


R. 


«« 


W. J. Robinson, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


Corporal, 


L. F. Whidden, . 








- 


3d do. 


15,16 


Musician, 


F. Rigg, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Private, . 


H. C. Bellamy, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<< 


J. M. Book, . 








_ 


3d do. 


17,17 


<i 


E. Bouchard, . 








- 


3d do. 


20, 17 


ci 


F. A. Clogston, 








- 


3d do. 


20, 17 


<« 


G. L. Fowler, Jr., 








_ 


3d do. 


17,17 


<< 


Louis Frappier, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 19 


«« 


W. E. Grant, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<i 


M. E. Hardy,. 








- 


3d do. 


17,19 


(< 


Y. J. Hosmer, 








- 


3d do. 


16,15 


<< 


R. 0. Joslin, . 








_ 


3d do. 


19, 17 


<« 


C. J. Kelleher, 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 16 


«< 


A. D. Mitchell, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 19 


«< 


H. J. Molander, 








_ 


3d do. 


17, 15 


ii 


William R. Penn, 








_ 


3d do. 


16,17 


ii 


C. F. Pihl, . 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


R. D. Rodger, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<( 


G. A. Watt, . 








- 


3d do. 


17,21 


(< 


E. L. Aldrich, 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 


B. C. Dexter, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


<« 


H. Midgley, . 










2d do. 


"■ 



COMPANY D, SIXTH 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Lieutenant, . 


C. M. Lynch, 




S. S., 


44, 48, 47 


Sergeant, 


A. J. Whelan, 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


<( 


William L. Conrad, 






- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 50 


Corporal, 


Louis F. Fagan, 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


«< 


P. J. Moran, . 






- 


S.S., 


44, 48, 46 


Private, . 


Edward H. Burns, 






- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


ci 


John J. Dunn, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


ii 


James F. Kennedy, 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Captain, 


John J. Sbea, 






- 


1st Class, 


R. 


Lieutenant, . 


J. F. McDowell, . 






- 


1st do. 


44,44 


Sergeant, 


James J. Kittredge, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


<< 


Jeremiah J. McDowell, 






- 


1st do. 


42,43 


Private, . 


John T. Gallagher, 






- 


1st do. 


42, 42 


Sergeant, 


M. L. Flvnn, . 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


Private, . 


Michael Arbor, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



115 



COMPANY D, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
lMJMi. 


Private, . 


Maurice Connors, . 




2d Class. 


R. 


<< 


James F Collins, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


(< 


J«»seph P. Deery, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


a 


Michael Donehue, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 20 


a 


Mai tin Fahey, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


II 


William J. Garvin, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 20 


a 


W. E. Keough, 






_ 


2d do. 


20,20 


a 


Jo-eph L. Morrill, . 






_ 


2d do. 


23, 20 


«« 


Edward McCoy, 






— 


2d do. 


18, 18 


II 


George B Stanton, 






- 


2d do. 


IS, 18 


(i 


Daniel B Maroney, 






_ 


2d do 


18, 18 


Corporal, 


William H Dolan, 






- 


3d do. 


15,20 


it 


John J. Cassidy, . 






_ 


3d do. 


16, 19 


h 


John 0. Connor, . 






- 


3d do. 


19, 15 


<< 


James F. Hogan, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Private, . 


Patrick J. Carey, . 






_ 


3d do. 


15, 15 


it 


Daniel J. Connors, 






_ 


3d do. 


18, 15 


<( 


Anthonv Conlon, . 






_ 


3d do. 


18, 15 


ii 


Hugh E. Crain, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<( 


Dennis Dailey, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<t 


Thomas Neehiley, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


<< 


John J. Kane. 






- 


3d do. 


19, 16 


it 


James M. Keefe, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<( 


David Maloney, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 18 


ii 


Peter McCoy, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


(< 


James F. Percival, 






- 


3d do. 


19, 15 


ii 


Alfred Tambeare, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


«< 


Thomas Tansey, 






- 


3d do. 


21, 16 


ii 


Nazare Deslanriers, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


u 


John J. Spillane, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


Philip Mahan, 






_ 


3d do. 


- 


(< 


Daniel Mc.Vamara, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


<« 


Denny O'Rourke, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 


<( 


John J. Shea, . 






" 


3d do. 


— 



COMPANY E, SIXTH 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Sergeant, 


Frank T. Fischer, . . . . 


Prone, 


I). M., 


48, 49, 49 


Lieutenant, . 


Clarence W. Coolidge, 






- 


S. S., 


R. 


Private, . 


William C. Hardigan, 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


Sergeant, 


G. Frank How land, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


Private, . 


Herbert E. Miller, . 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 48 


Sergeant, 


James C. Valentine, 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


Cornelius R. Vollmer, 






- 


s. s . 


44, 49, 47 


Private, . 


Harry A. Bent, 






- 


1st Class, 


R. 


(< 


Frank Columbia, . 






- 


1st do. 


44,48 


Sergeant, 


Herbert W. Damon, 






- 


1st do. 


43,44 


Private, . 


John R. Dexter, . 






- 


1st do. 


44, 46 


Corporal, 


Frederic M. Kendall, 






- 


1st do. 


44,43 


Private, . 


G. Morton Bent, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Captain, 


Walter F. Blake, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 20 


Corporal, 


A. Lee Carpenter, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


Private, . 


Claudius P. Carpenter, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


ii 


Frank W. Cole, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


(< 


Edward C. Eames, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


George Etter, 






- 


2d do. 


18,22 


<i 


Charles F. Fonasch, 






- 


2d do. 


18,21 


ii 


Olney H. Harris, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Lieutenant, . 


John S. McNeillv,. 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Musician, 


Robert A. McNeil ly, 




• 


— 


2d do. 


18, 20 



116 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY E, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rani 


c. Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


. Walter E. Morse 




2d Class, 


R. 


Corporal 


, . Harrv M. Puddefoot, . 






- 


2d do. 


20,21 


«< 


. William E. Redfern, . 






- 


2d do. 


22,23 


Private, 


. Fred. M. Robertson, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


u 


. George Kock, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


(( 


. Wilfred H. Scothome, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


« 


. Chauncev L. Simpson, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


. George W. Sullivan, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


(« 


. William E. Walters, 






- 


2d do. 


21,22 


Corporal 


, . Clarence H. Warren, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Private, 


. George F. Whittemore, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<( 


. Harrv E. Bacon, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


it 


. William H. Damon, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 19 


«« 


. George Parker, 






- 


3d do. 


17,20 


(« 


. Albert Proctor, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<( 


. Henry P. Rice, 






- 


3d do. 


15,16 


II 


. Walter Walkup, . 






- 


3d do. 


17,18 


«( 


Walter B. Chase, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


. Robert J. McCann, 






- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


Herbert J. Metcalf, 






- 


2d do. 


- 


Sergeant 


, . Edward S. Taylor, 






- 


2d do. 


— 



COMPANY F, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sergeant 


. George W. Olmstead, . 


_ 


1st Class, 


R. 


Captain, 


. Geo. A. Devlin, 






- 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


Lientena 


nt, . Harold B. Chamberlin, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


u 


. Franklin G. Taylor, 






- 


2d 


do. 


18,19 


Sergeant 


, . Ernest L. Morse, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


20,21 


«< 


. Chas. W. Holbrook, 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


<< 


. Lucius P. Hayward, 






- 


2d 


do. 


20,21 


Corporal 


, . Aaron W. Hosmer, 






- 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


Private, 


. Geo. C. Brigham, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


M 


. Geo. B. Herri ck, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


(1 


. Frank Moriarty, 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


II 


. Henry W. Pope, 






- 


2d 


do. 


20,21 


<< 


. William H. Swift, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


II 


. Carl E. Walker, . 






_ 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


Corporal 


, . Pharos D. Frazel, . 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Bugler, 


. Dennis E. O'Brien, 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Private, 


. Clifton R. Berry, . 






- 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


ii 


. . Frank W r . Buck, . 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


(< 


. Ed. H. Coburn, 






_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


«< 


. Bernard E. Comey, 






- 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


(< 


. Warren S. Day, 






- 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


«< 


. Howard S. Eaton, . 






- 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


<< 


. Martin E. English, 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


«« 


. Joseph S. Makinzie, 






- 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


ii 


. Daniel Makinzie, . 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<< 


. Charles F. McCarthy, 






- 


3d 


do. 


17,17 


ii 


. William F. McCarthy, 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


ii 


. Everett W. McVicar, 






_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


«i 


. Chas. W. Salisbury, 






- 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


ii 


. Geo. E. Stevens, 






_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


Corporal 


, . Charles I. Lincoln, 






- 


3d 


do. 


- 


Private, 


. Isaac S. Dunn, 






_ 


3d 


do. 


- 


«« 


. John M. Mullen, 






- 


3d 


do. 


— 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



117 



COMPANY G, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Position 
at 500 
Yards. 



Kecord 

Class. 



Range Work. 
1896. 



Private, . 
it 

Captain, 
Lieutenant, 
Private, . 
Sergeant, 
Private, . 

Sergeant, 

Private, . 

Musician, 

Private, . 

Sergeant, 

Private, . 
it 

Corporal, 

Private, . 
i« 

Sergeant, 

Private, . 

Corporal, 

Private, . 
it 

Corporal, 

Private, . 

Lieutenant, 

Private, . 
it 

Sergeant, 

Private, . 

Corporal, 
it 

Private, . 



Corporal, 
Private, . 



Alfred Davis, . 
Edwin G. Baker, . 
Edward B. Carr, . 
William Fairweather, 
Fred. H. Heath, . 
Lewis G. Hunton, . 
Jas. A. Randall, 
Fred. W. Barriss, . 
James W. Buzzell, 
Frank M. Iby, 
Oscar S Jones, 
Walter Roberts, 
Forest T. Weeks, . 
Wm. H Whiston, . 
Arthur Boucher, . 
Geo. R. Caldwell, . 
John A. Dearden, . 
Frank Dodge, 
Edward R. Delmage, 
Forest W. Durant," 
Pearl T. Durrell, . 
Napoleon E. Fisher, 
Bernard French. . 
William E. Golden, 
John J. Grady, 
George S. Howard, 
W. R. Magoon, 
Jos. R. Maguirc, . 
Geo. H. McNamara, 
Wallace S. Nutting, 
John J. Shea, . 
F. C. M. Silk. 
Jos. F Wilding. 
Harvey M. Aldrich, 
Fred. W. Bell, 
Jas. J. Donnelly, 
Michael M. Doyle, 
Jos. R. Edwards, 
Geo. H. Halpin, 
George Hartley, 
James E. Keville, 
Jeremiah Leary, 
Victor J. Mason, 
Frank A. Boyle, 
Frank C. Douglass, 
Chas. W. Draper, 
Henri/ Hopkins, 



Prone, 



Prone, 



D. 


M., 


S. 


3., 


s. 


3., 


s. 


3., 


s. . 


3., 


s. 


5., 


S. 1 


3., 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



R. 
R. 
R. 

44, 48, 46 

47, 49, 48 

46, 48, 47 

R. 

42,45 

43,43 

R. 
42,44 
43, 42 
43,46 
42,43 

18, 18 

21, 18 
19,20 
19,20 

22, 22 

19, 21 
20,20 
19, 18 
20,20 

21, 21 
18, 18 

22, 21 

18, 18 

19, 19 
18, 18 
18,18 
18,20 

20, 19 
18, 19 
16,20 

16, 15 
15, 16 

17, 15 
17,16 

18, 16 

15, 17 

16, 15 
16, 16 
15, 15 



COMPANY H, SIXTH 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Lieutenant, . 


W. E. Sweetser, .... 


Prone, 


D. M., 


50, 49, 49 


Private,. 


P. A. Mansfield, 






. 


Prone, 


D. M., 


50, 49, 46 


Lieutenant, . 


G. R. Barnstead, 






. 


Prone, 


S. S., 


49, 48, 47 


Sergeant, 


H. A. Thaver, 






, 


Prone, 


s. s., 


49, 48, 47 


Corporal, 


G. L. Tabbut, 






. 


Prone, 


s. s., 


49, 49, 46 


Private, . 


O. W. Houghton, 






. 


Prone, 


s. s., 


48, 49, 49 


it 


A. W. Nason, 






. 


Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 47, 47 


ii 


A. N. Newhall, 






. 


- 


s. s., 


48, 48, 48 


it 


D. M.Stewart, 






, 


Prone, 


s s., 


48, 47, 46 


Sergeant, 


R. F. Chase, . 






• 


- 


1st Class, 


R. 



118 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY H, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Ran 


•c. Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Corporal 


, . W. D. Desmond, .... 


_ 


1st Class, 


42,44 


Private, . 


. S. E Barnstead, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 42 


<( 


. W. E. Breagy, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,42 


<i 


. G. A. Hanson, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


47,46 


<i 


. J. H. Lindsay, 








- 


1st do. 


46,42 


<< 


. P. J. Scranton, 








- 


1st do. 


48,43 


a 


. A. K. Tabbut, 








- 


1st do. 


44,42 


Captain, 


. S. G. Sweetser, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


Sergeant 


. C. D. Whitiman, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Corporal 


, . E. L. Wright, . 








- 


2d do. 


18,18 


Bugler, . 


. F. A. Wilkins, 








- 


2d do. 


21,21 


Private, 


. C. W. Boothby, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


«( 


. H. G. Camerlin, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<( 


. S.F.Hodge, . 








- 


2d do. 


23,23 


(< 


. H. M.Mason, . 








- 


2d do. 


18,21 


it 


. F. R. Matthews, 








_ 


2d do. 


18, 19 


tt 


. J. J. Roberts, . 








_ 


2d do. 


20,20 


(i 


. J. W. Scanlon, 








_ 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 


. H. A. Williams, 








_ 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<< 


. W. F. Poole, . 








_ 


2d do. 


21,22 


<< 


. J. R. Baker, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


K 


. J. F. Deacon, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


(« 


. W. T. Green, . 








_ 


3d do. 


15,22 


II 


. R. F. Lowe, . 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 16 


M 


. T. E. Noyes, . 








_ 


3d do. 


16,17 


(< 


. L. M. Warren, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


II 


. R. H. Barnstead. 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Corporal 


. H.L.King, . 








- 


2d do. 


21,22 


Sergeant 


, . D. E. Magner, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


(i 


. J. Gilso?i, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Private, 


. M. F. Ames, . 








_ 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


. E. Frazier, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


it 


. F. F. Green, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


. H. W. Morrill, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


ii 


. G. B. Williams, 








— 


2d do. 


■■ 



COMPANY I, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Corporal, . ! 


George Faber 


Prone, 


D. M., 


50, 50, 46 


Captain, 


Cvni8 H. Cook, 




. 


Prone, 


S. S., 


R. 


Corporal, 


William N. Decker, 




• 


Prone 
andanv, 


s. s., 


45, 48, 47 


ii 


John W. Hagerty, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


<i 


Ralph P. Hosmer, . 




. 


Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 46, 46 


Sergeant, 


Everett L. Miner, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


Lieutenant, . 


B. Farnham Smith, 




. 


Prone, 


s. s., 


R. 


Corporal, 


James H. Tolman, . 




. 


Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 47, 49 


Private, . 


George A. Barker, . 




. 


- 


1st Class, 


R. 


i< 


Andrew Bremner, . 




. 


Prone, 


1st do. 


44,45 


<i 


John M. Collins, . 




# 


Prone, 


1st do. 


42,42 


i< 


Edwin A. Conant, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


u 


George P. Hagerty, 




. 


Prone, 


1st do- 


42,45 


Lieutenant, . 


Joseph S. Hart, 




. 


Prone, 


1st do. 


43,43 


Sergeant, 


Charles J. Hosan, . 




. 


Prone, 


1st do. 


44, 49 


Private, . 


Walter N. How, . 




, . 


Prone, 


1st do. 


44, 44 


ii 


Francis T. Jackson, 




, . 


Frone, 


1st do. 


46, 42 


tt 


George M. Lee, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


45, 46 


ii 


Thomas F. Lyons. . 




m m 


Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 46 


Corporal, 


Theodore L. Smith, 




. 


- 


1st do. 


R 


Private, . 


James E. Buguev, . 




. 


2d do. 


20, .'1 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



119 



COMPANY I, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


William E. Burnett, 




2d Class, 


18,20 


<« 


Carleton C. Butters, 






_ 


2d do. 


1H, 20 


(i 


Charles M. Byron, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Sergeant, 


John W. Cull, 






_ 


2d do. 


21,21 


Private, . 


Harvey C. Derby, . 






- 


2d do. 


20,21 


Bugler, . 


Daniel J. Donovan, 






- 


2d do. 


20,23 


Private, . 


M. J. Flannery, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 20 


«< 


Gilbert C. Hall, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 


Harry N. Haynes, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


Sergeant, 


Ashley P. How, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


Private, . 


James C. Howard, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 21 


<< 


Willard J. Hunt, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


«< 


Maurice McWalter, 






_ 


2d do. 


R. 


u 


W. W. O'Connor, . 






_ 


2d do. 


18,21 


<< 


EdAvin A. Parmenter, 






- 


2d do. 


22,23 


<< 


James L. Powers, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 


Kichard W. Powers, 






_ 


2d do. 


21,21 


ii 


George N. Sherman, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


it 


Arthur B. Worthley, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<< 


Harry R. Worthley, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


James W. Byron, . 






- 


3d do. 


17, 20 


<< 


Herbert C. Carr, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


ii 


William F. Tucker, 






- 


3d do. 


15,20 


ii 


J. W. Whalen, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Sergeant, 


Harry W. Brigham, 






- 


2d do. 


- 


Private,. 


Phillip A. Davis, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


Joseph B. Hayes, . 






~ 


2d do. 


- 





COMPANY K, SIXTH 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Captain, 


. Ulysses A. Goodell, 




S. S., 


R. 


Sergeant 


, . Henry A. Brosseau, 






- 


s. s.. 


R. 


Lieutena 


nt, . Newton E. Putney, 






- 


1st Class, 


R. 


Private, . 


. James Angulum, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Lieutena 


ut, . Andrew M. Higgins, 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


Sergeant 


, . William F. Lee, 






- 


2d do. 


22, 23 


<< 


. Charles A. Clarke, . 






- 


2d do. • 


R. 


«i 


. Walter R. Hagar, . 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 


. William E. Maguire, 






_ 


2d do. 


21, 18 


Corpora] 


, . George E Reed, . 






- 


2d do. 


22, 21 


(« 


. George A. Thereault, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


ii 


. Peter Lafortune, . 






- 


2d do. 


22,20 


Private, 


. Frank E. Bonnette, 






— 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


. Elze"ar Belanger, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,18 


ii 


. John B. Cassavanti, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<< 


. Olivier Caplette, 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


<< 


. John Glover, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


. C. Gauthier, . 






_ 


2d do. 


20,21 


(i 


. James Higgins, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


ii 


. Thomas P. King, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


. E. O. Lamoureaux, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<< 


. Joseph La Prade, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 


. Thomas Nichols, . 






- 


2d do. 


21, 18 


«< 


. Joseph Reno, . 






- 


2d do. 


22, 21 


<« 


. Frank M. Witherell, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Musician 


, . George W. Farron, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


Private, 


. Elie Buteau, . 






- 


3d do. 


15,16 


ii 


. George E. Bridget, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<« 


. Louis Bouchard, . 






- 


3d do. 


20, 16 


«« 


. Fred Bird, 






— 


3d do. 


16, 15 



120 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY K, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 







Position 




Range Work. 


Kax 


K. JsAME. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, 


. John Caplette, .... 




3d Class, 


17,20 






. Auguste Charron, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 






. Joseph J. Guillette, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 17 






. Alfred Greenwood, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 






. John B. Grenier, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 






. Patrick Hickev, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 






. Christopher Lynch, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 






. Robert McLean, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 18 






. Robert E. Putney, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 






. Joseph Dumas, 








3d do. 


15, 18 






. Joseph Boucher, 








3d do. 


- 






George A. Cabana, 






- 


3d do. 


- 






Thomas Cuddihy, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 






. John Cullen, . 






- 


3d do. 


- 






. Elmer Dumas, 






_ 


3d do. 


- 






. Henry Gary, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 






. Michael J. Mc Grail, 






— 


3d do. 


— 



COMPANY L, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, 
ii 

Sergeant, 

Corporal, 

Musician, 

Private, . 

Captain, 

Sergeant, 

Private, 



Sergeant 
ii 

<( 

Corporal 
<( 

<( 
Private, 



Corporal 
Private, 



W. H. Jackson, 
G. W. Braxton, 
L. A. Dandridge, 
W. E. Carter, Jr., 
J. H. Moore, . 
R. C. Wilson, 
W. J. Williams, 
W. B. Gould, . 
A. A. Kiner, . 
H. H. Williams, 

F. E. Turpin, 

G. H. Defreace, 

E. L. Richards, 
S. F. Carter, . 
C. F. Chandler, 
J. E. Jordan, . 
H. H. Burwell, 
C. P. Braxton, 
R. P. Clike, . 
L. E. Dunbar, 
G. \V. Floyd, . 
J. G. Holmes, 
W. H. Jordan, 

F. L. Mitchell, 
Thad. Moseby, 
W. H. Saunders, 

G. F. Seamon, 
C. S. Smith, . 
L. A. Stewart, 

E. E. Thomas, 

F. Thomas, . 

G. W. Watson, 
G. H. Wheaton, 
W. H. Wilson, 
P. J. Winfield, 
W. P. Lewis, . 

C. W. Richardson, 
J. C. Johnson, 
E. C. Butler, . 
W. L. Carpenter, 



Prone, 



Prone, 
Prone, 
Prone, 
Prone, 



s. s., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



48, 50, 47 
R. 
R. 
R. 
R. 
R. 
43,43 



42 
44 
44 
21 
21 
20 
18 



R. 



19 
22 
18 
19 
19 
19 
22 
18 
18 
21 
19 
IS 
20 
IS 
IS 
IS 
21 
19 
IS 
IS 
18 
IS 
16 
15 
16 



42 
42 
42 
21 
20 
19 
19 



19 
22 
18 
19 
18 
18 
21 
18 
18 
22 
18 
18 
19 
18 
18 
19 
21 
18 
18 
18 
19 
18 
15 
15 
15 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



121 



COMPANY L, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY- Concluded. 







Position 


Reoord 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


A. H. Gaskins 




3d Class, 


15, 15 








T. B. Hodges, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 








W. A. Johnson, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 








P. A. Jones, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 








F. P. Jackson, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 15 








E. Kenswil, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 








W. J. Stevens, 








_ 


3d do. 


16, 15 








W. Williamson, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 16 


Corporal, 




D. A. Roberts, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


Private, . 




C. J. A. Watkins, 








— 


3d do. 


— 



COMPANY M, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutena 


nt, . John F. Barrett, .... 




D. M., 


44, 49, 46 


Private, 


. John Buck, 






- 


S. S., 


44, 49, 46 


ii 


. Stanley Donohue, . 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Sergeant 


, . Charles H. Kimball, 






- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


ii 


. William E. Knights, . 






- 


S. 8., 


44, 48, 48 


Corporal 


, . Harry B Cheney, . 






- 


1st Class, 


42, 42 


Private, 


. William W. Connor, 






- 


1st do. 


44,48 


Sergeant 


, . Elbert M. Crockett, 






- 


1st do. 


43,43 


Lieutena 


nt, . Harold E. Fales, . 






- 


1st do. 


42,44 


Private, 


. James Furse, . 








- 


1st do. 


42, 42 


ii 


. William White, 








- 


1st do. 


42,44 


<« 


. Frank C. Albee, 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Musician 


, . Edward J. Cole, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Corporal 


, . Albert N. Durfee, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 17 


Private, 


. John Doremus, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Sergeant 


, . William H. French, 






- 


2d do. 


21, 18 


Private, 


. Edwin Fowler, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 


. Charles G. Partridge, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


. George A. Phillips, 






- 


2d do. 


18,21 


Corporal 


, . Eugene F. Stratton, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Sergeant 


, . George E. Thayer, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, 


. Asa B. Trask, 






- 


2d do. 


22,22 


<< 


. Harry B. Ward, . 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


Corporal 


, . George A. Wilcox, 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


Private, 


. David K. Arrand, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


<« 


. Charles E. Carey, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


«< 


. Otis Chesmore, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


ii 


• Harry B. Chesmore, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


ii 


. William H. Colvin, 






- 


3d do. 


16,16 


<< 


. Richard Cook, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


ii 


. Frederick Crott, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


<< 


. Charles E Dewing, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


<< 


. Walter T. Gould, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


Corporal 


, . John W. Grant, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


Private, 


. William W. Holbrook, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


(« 


. Lenard Rogers, 






- 


3d do. 


15,18 


«< 


. Samuel S. Archer, . 






- 


3d do. 


- 


ii 


. Clarence P. Draper, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


ii 


. Benjamin Fairbanks, 






- 


2d do. 


- 


<( 


. Edwin B. Wood, . 






- 


3d do. 


- 


a 


. Ralph S. Wood, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


. Herbert G. Fairbanks, 






- . 


2d do. 


— 



122 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



TROOP F. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Positioi 
at 500 
Yards. 


1 Eecord 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Captain, 


Elisha H. Shaw, . 


Prone, 


D. M., 


48, 48, 45 


Sergeant, 


Edward H. Keyes, 






Prone, 


D. M., 


47, 49, 46 


<< 


John J. Monahan, . 






Prone, 


D. M., 


48, 50, 44 


Asst. Surg., . 


Amasa Howard, . 






- 


S. S., 


47, 48, 49 


Q. M. Sergt., . 


Charles F. Scribner, 






Prone 


s. s. 




47, 46, 45 


Sergeant, 


Arthur M. Warren, 






Prone, 


s. s. 




46, 48, 46 


<« 


Preston L. Piggott, 






Prone, 


s. s., 




48, 50, 45 


<< 


Charles E. Bartlett, 






Prone, 


s. s. 




44, 47, 46 


Corporal, 


"Walter Per ham, 






Prone, 


s. s. 




45, 48, 48 


(i 


Orestes M. Pratt, . 






Prone, 


s. s. 




44, 46, 46 


«« 


Elisha H. Shaw, . 






Prone, 


s. s. 




44, 48, 47 


«< 


Ervin W. Sweetser, 






Prone, 


s. s. 




49, 49, 45 


Private, . 


Peter J. Brennan, . 






Prone, 


s. s. 




45, 48, 46 


<< 


Williston Carll, 






Prone 


s. s. 




49, 48, 48 


it 


John Fisher*, . 






Prone 


s. s. 




48, 48, 45 


«< 


Edward Fisher, 






Prone, 


s. s. 




47, 48, 44 


<i 


Frank Healey, 






Prone, 


s. s. 




47, 47, 45 


<« 


William H. Johnson, 






Prone 


s. s. 




44, 46, 44 


i< 


Hjalmar 0. Karlson, 






Prone 


s. s. 




45, 47, 44 


<« 


Charles McEnnis, . 






Prone 


s. s. 




44, 48, 45 


t< 


Harry C. McMaster, 






Prone 


s. s. 




45, 46, 46 


(< 


Leroy J. Parkhurst, 






Prone 


s. s. 




48, 46, 44 


«< 


David A. Polley, . 






Prone 


s. s. 




44, 47, 44 


t< 


John F. Reckord, . 






Prone 


s. s. 




46, 46, 44 


<« 


M. Alton Warren, . 






Prone 


s. s. 




44, 47, 44 


«< 


John H. Wilson, . 






Prone 


, s. s. 




46, 46, 47 


(< 


George M. Wright, 






Prone 


s. s. 




45, 47, 49 


Hosp. Stwd , . 


L. L. Walker, 






Prone 


1st Class, 


42,45 


Sergeant, 


Eugene L. Teabo, . 






Prone 


, 1st do. 


44,44 


Corporal, 


James H. Wilkins, 






Prone 


, 1st do. 


48,40 


Private, . 


Leonard W. Blanchard, 






Prone 


1st do. 


43, 42 


<« 


Charles A. Nickles, 






Prone 


, 1st do. 


42, 45 


<i 


John W. O'Brien, . 






Prone 


1st do. 


44,44 


«< 


Ernest A. Page, 






Prone 


1st do. 


44,45 


k 


Bert. E. Robbins, . 






Prone 


, 1st do. 


44,43 


<< 


Charles S. Taylor, . 






Prone 


, 1st do. 


42,43 


Lieutenant, . 


Amos R. Leighton, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


«« 


William J. Quigley, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Corporal, 


Joshua C. Decatur, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


Fred L. Fletcher, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,21 


Bugler, . 


James S. Gilchrist, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


u 


William C. Ward, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Private, . 


Frederick Amission, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 


William S. Barrett, 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


II 


George H. Blood, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


(( 


Eli T. Burbeck, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<( 


Fred G. Cann, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


<« 


George P. Davis, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


<( 


Bert W. Decatur, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


«« 


David J. Dixon, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


«« 


Harry B. Emerson, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


«( 


Ralph W. Emerson, 






- 


2d do. 


22, 18 


<( 


John L. Flynn, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


(i 


Charles S. Fulton, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


«< 


Win ton C. Gale, . 






_ 


2d do. 


18,20 


(( 


John E. Harrington, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


II 


Charles A. Hartwell, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


(< 


Daniel E. Haley, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


<< 


Fred A. Home, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


(t 


Alfred L. Hutchins, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<( 


George Heald, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<< 


Benj. F. Jacobs, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<( 


Myron A. Kimball, 






- 


2d do. 


21,23 


«( 


Arthur R. Lyman, 






"■ 


2d do. 


18, 18 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



123 



TROOP F — Concluded. 



Ran 


k. Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, 


. Henry T. Mangan, . 




2d Class, 


18, 18 




. Josiah E. Marshall, 






_ 


2d do. 


22,22 




. Donald J. McLeod, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 




. Herbert H. Mills, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 




. | John J. Nichols, 






_ 


2d do. 


19, 18 




. Albert S. Nickles, . 






_ 


2d do. 


19, 19 




. | William H. Quigley, 






- 


2d do. 


2U, 20 




. Edward S. Ricker, . 






_ 


2d do. 


20, 19 




. | Orwell R. Robv, . 






_ 


2d do. 


20, 19 




. Edward H. Russell, 






_ 


2d do. 


21,20 




. 1 Samuel Seymour, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 




. Thomas P. Sheehan, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 




. Charles C. Smith, . 






_ 


2d do. 


21, 21 




. Moses C. "Wilson, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 




. Horace W. Wvman, 






- 


2d do. 


22,23 




. Arthur Cotton, 






_ 


3d do. 


15,17 




. Hiram F. Heald, . 






_ 


3d do. 


16,17 




. Alvin E.Sweetser, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 



SECOND BRIGADE STAFF. 



Brig. General, 
Lieut. Col., . 



Major, 
u 

Captain, 



Sergt. Major, 
Sergeant, 



B. F. Peach, Jr., 

C. C. Fry, . 
F. C. Hersey, . 
A. A. Hall, . 
Elijah George, 
W. T. Lambert, 
Gordon Dexter, 
A. N. Rantoul, 
F. W. Parker, 
F. R. Bangs, . 
W. M. Merrill, 
Lester Leland, 
W. S. Bryant, 
A. Wainwright, 
H. A. Richards, 
John S. Curtis, 
Frank A. Brown, 
T. W. Henry, 



S. S., 
3d Class, 
2d do. 
S. S., 
1st Class, 
1st do. 
S. S., 
S. S., 
3d Class, 
2d do. 
D. M., 
3d Class, 
2d do. 
3d do. 
2d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
1st do. 



FIELD AND STAFF, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Major, . 
I. R. P., 

Major, . 
Color Sergt., 
Major, . 
Asst. Surg., 
P. M. Sgt., 
Bugler, . 
Color Sergt., 
Colonel, 
Lieut. Col., 
Lieutenant, 



i Sergt. Major, 
Hosp. Stwd., . 



Orderly, 



Charles C. Foster, . 
Robert Ball Edes, . 
George H. Benyon, 
William S. Phillips, 
A. M. Mossman, . 
H. L. Chase, . 
Charles B. Cabot, . 
Edward L. Morse, . 
Allen K. Sweet, 
William A. Bancroft, 
J. H. Whitney, 
Fred P. Barnes, 
Harry P. Ballard, . 
Albert C. Warren, . 
Charles H. Cutler, . 
C. A. Charles, 
E. L. Wingate, 



Prone, 
Prone, 



D. M., 
D. M., 
D. M., 

S. S., 
2d Class, 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
S. 8., 
1st Class, 
1st do. 
2d do. 
3d do. 
2d do. 
3d do. 
2d do. 



49, 49, 49 

49, 50, 47 

R. 

R. 

18,18 

R. 
21, 20 
19, 18 
21,20 



124 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY A, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Lieutenant, . 


Rowland W. Bray, 




1st Class, 


R. 


Corporal, 


John R. Treadwell, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,44 


Musician, 


George E. Wilson, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


43,40 


Private, . 


James Haley, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


43, 42 


<< 


William E. McPherson, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 42 


«« 


Alfred H. Snow, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 45 


Captain, 


Willis W. Stover, . 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


Sergeant, 


James H. Jacobs, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


Mark E. Smith, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 21 


«( 


William H. Wilson, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


<( 


John F. Goode, 






- 


2d do. 


18,18 


Corporal, 


Richard F. Howard, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


it 


Albert A. Lerned, . 






- 


2d do. 


21, 18 


Private, . 


William C. Curtiss, 






- 


2d do. 


21, 18 


<< 


Julius Ferari, . 






_ 


2d do. 


21, 19 


<< 


Hanson Galbraith, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


Benjamin B. Grant, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


u 


Paul J. Koch, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,18 


<« 


Charles A. Lindquist, 






- 


2d do. 


20,21 


(( 


Roy M. Perkins, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,19 


(( 


Percy H. Russell, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


«« 


William Smith, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


«( 


Henry A. Thayer, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


<< 


Frederick A. Walker, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


t< 


Frank G. Wescott,. 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Corporal, 


Merton E. Jenkins, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


Private, . 


John A. Burgess, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<« 


Alexander D. Chestnut, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


«< 


Augustus P. Coleman, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 19 


«< 


Thomas J. Darcey, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


<« 


Charles H. Ford, . 






- 


3d do. 


17,17 


<( 


James M. Greaney, 






- 


3d do. 


16,15 


<< 


George B. Hanson, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


«< 


Joseph C. Koch, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


«< 


James A. Quinn, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<< 


James P. Sylvester, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


«< 


Charles S. Tabor, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


M 


Albert F. Taylor, . 






- 


3d do. 


16,17 


«< 


Charles H. Virgin, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


«( 


Claude E. Wyart, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Lieutenant, . 


William S. Tolman, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


Sergeant, 


Ernest F. Flanders, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


Corporal, 


J. Albert Stevens, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 


Private, . 


Walter R. Magoun, 






- 


3d do. 


™ 



COMPANY B, FIFTH 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Lieutenant, . 


Charles W. Facev, .... 


Prone, 


D. M , 


45. 49, 48 


Corporal, 


Hugh Bancroft, 






Prone, 


S. S., 


46, 48, 46 


Sergeant, 


Francis J. Brennan, 






Prone, 


S. S., 


47, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


Daniel J. Early, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Sergeant, 


Herbert C. Fox, 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


James A. Gilman, . 






- 


S. o., 


45, 48, 47 


Private, . 


Adolphus Gustofren, 






Prone, 


S. S., 


44, 49, 49 


Sergeant, 


Charles J. Kindler, 






Prone, 


S. S., 


47, 48, 46 


Lieutenant, . 


Charles J. Kirby, . 






- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


Private, . 


Charles A. Livingston, 






- 


s. s., 


45, 50, 48 


Captain, 


Edward E. Mason, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Sergeant, 


Leopold J. McDonald, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


Ronald A. McLeod, 


Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 48, 48 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



125 



COMPANY B, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







Position 


Kecord 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Sergeant, 


Patrick J. McNamara, . . . Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


Richard T. Owens, 






Trone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Private, . 


Frank L. Zelck, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


Ernest E. Andrews, 






- 


1st Class, 


42,42 


Private, . 


Edward Beatteay, Jr., 






- 


1st do. 


42,42 


•i 


Ralph L. Davis, 






- 


1st do. 


43,42 


ti 


Patrick F. Donahoe, 






_ 


1st do. 


42, 44 


Musician, 


Henry M. Duggan, 






- 


1st do. 


45,47 


Private, . 


Melvin D. Ferguson, 






- 


1st do. 


43,42 


«« 


Thomas P. Havward, 








1st do. 


42,43 


<< 


Edward Keif, " 








1st do. 


42, 45 


ti 


Albert L. Moriarty, 






- 


1st do. 


42, 42 


<< 


Dennis J. Sullivan, 






- 


1st do. 


42,42 


<< 


Guilford P. Wheelock, 






_ 


1st do. 


42, 42 


ti 


Stanley F. E. Ackers, 








2d do. 


20, 18 


it 


Harry L. Allen, 






- 


2d do 


21, 19 


<« 


James W. Blair, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


William F. Bowler, 






_ 


2d do. 


21, 18 


<( 


Patrick W. Buckley, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<i 


Frank Burgess, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


u 


John K. Butler, 






- 


2d do. 


21, 20 


<< 


Harold R. Chase, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(« 


Robert Clements, . 






- 


2d do. 


23, 22 


«< 


John F. D'Arcey, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


<< 


Frederick M. Dennis, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


«< 


Robert L. Gillies, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<< 


John Keif, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


Jonathan McKay, . 






- 


2d do. 


23,21 


<< 


Edward F. O'Neill, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


John Pavey, . 






_ 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<« 


Timothy H. Reardon, . 






_ 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<. 


Clifton M. Rogers, . 






- 


2d do. 


21, 21 


<< 


Charles W. Rogers, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(< 


Frank A. Rooney, . 






- 


2d do. 


24,23 


k 


Charles S. Squires, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


<< 


Edward M. Thompson, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,18 


<< 


Charles A. "Wyman, 






- 


2d do. 


22, 19 


i< 


Simon J. Young, . 






- 


2d do. 


21, 18 


ti 


Frank R. Caldwell, 






- 


3d do. 


18,16 


<« 


Thomas M. Kennedy, . 






- 


3d do. 


18,17 


<« 


George A. Southwick, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


William H. Tupper, 






- 


3d do. 


17,16 


«< 


Joseph H. Woodland, . 






- 


3d do. 


18, 16 


ii 


Francis H. Wright, 






— 


3d do. 


16, 15 



COMPANY C, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sergeant, 


J. B. Dugan, 




S. S., 


44, 49, 46 


Private, . 


W. E. Moore, . 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


ii 


H. C. Stearns, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 46 


Corporal, 


G. H. Wascott, 








- 


1st Class. 


43,44 


ii 


J. F. Whitney, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


44,42 


Private, . 


J. W. Forssen, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


44.44 


ii 


P. E. Miles, . 








- 


1st do. 


R. 


ii 


S. G. Whitnev, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,42 


Lieutenant, . 


E. R. Springer, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 21 


Corporal, 


C. F. Barrows, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 20 


«< 


C. Benyon, 








_ 


2d do. 


19, 20 


«< 


G. F. Guilford, 










2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, . 


A. J. Bowser, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 



126 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY C, FIFTH KEGIMENT INFANTRY— Concluded. 



RAN] 


k. Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, 


. J. W. Britton 




2d Class, 


R. 


«« 


. A. S. Bullens, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


t< 


. C. G. Forssen, 








- 


2d do. 


18,21 


<« 


. E. H. Gammons, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


. H. D. Kitchen, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<( 


. T. F. Lackey, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


. J. T. Lanigan, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(< 


. M. L. Levins, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


a 


. G. G. Moyse, . 








- 


2d do. 


18,18 


a 


. R. Smith, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<( 


. W. A. Wood, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<( 


. G. E. Bishop, . 








- 


3d do. 


15,17 


«< 


. E. J. Glancy, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<( 


. F. A. Hoyt, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


a 


. F. W. McCabe, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


<< 


. H. H. Ober, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


«« 


. D. A. Orr, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(( 


. A. L. Russell, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Lieutena 


nt, . H. B. Inman, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Sergeant 


, . R. W. Daley, . 








- 


3d do. 


• - 


a 


. C. F. Carling, 








- 


1st do. 


- 


fl 


. F. A. Barrows, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Private, 


. E. Billings, . 








- 


3d do. 


- 


«< 


. W. E. Bleakley, . 








- 


3d do. 


- 


<< 


. T. J. Ducey, . 








- 


3d do. 


- 


<« 


. /. F. Gallagher, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


c< 


. T. J. Leach, . 








- 


3d do. 


- 


«i 


, . H. J. McCammon, 








- 


3d do. 


_ 


<< 


. A. J. Reed, . , 








- 


2d do. 


_ 


<< 


. W. P. Staples, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


(i 


. . F. W. White, 








~ 


2d do. 


— 



COMPANY D, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 


Willard C. Butler, .... 




2d Class, 


18, 19 


Lieutenant, . 


Arthur E. Lewis, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


Sergeant, 


Peter N. Robichau, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<t 


Henry Rickard, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Corporal, 


Joseph A. Gloyd, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


«< 


Andrew J. Carr, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


i< 


William Picard, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Musician, 


George H. Fox, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


Private, . 


Joseph F. Fratus, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


n 


Alfred W. Hertel, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


n 


E. E. Harding, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


n 


Henry Levay, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


a 


George M. Neal, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


it 


Geffrey D. Perrior, 






- 


2d do. 


20,21 


a 


Clarence I. Robbins, 






- 


2d do. 


19,19 


a 


George W. Swain, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


a 


Isaac A. Sampson, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


a 


Bert S. Simmons, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Lieutenant, . 


Edwin A. Dunton, 






_ 


3d do. 


15, 17 


Sergeant, 


Charles H. Robbins, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


Private, . 


Fred. M. Badger, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<t 


Albert S. Beck man, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


a 


Allen J. Caswell, . 






- 


3d do. 


17,18 


tt 


Alfred N. Douglass, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


a 


Nahum I. Davis, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


a 


William E. Farrell, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



127 



COMPANY D, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Ran 


k. Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, 


. Frederic W. Hertel, 




3d Class, 


15, 15 


(< 


. Phillip A. Hinckley, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


II 


. Peter Johnson, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 19 


«( 


. Charles F. Jones, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


«( 


. Albert McMann, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(« 


. Oscar Myers, . 






• - 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(« 


. Edwin F. Nutter, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


II 


. Joseph Nickerson, . 






- 


3d do. 


17, 18 


II 


. Frank T. Neal, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<( 


. John Picard, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<« 


. Emile J. Picard, . 






- 


3d do. 


15,15 


<( 


. Harvey W. Raymond, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(( 


. Frank H. Robbins, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


(« 


. Joseph Rogers, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


l( 


. Leon A. Sberman, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


14 


. Clarence C. Sberman, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


«< 


. Harry L. Sampson, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<( 


. John F. Simmons, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


«« 


. Charles E. Temple, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(( 


. William E. Wall, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(< 


. Arthur L. Washburn, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Corporal 


, . Charles R. Doten, . 






- 


3d do. 


— 





COMPANY E, FIFTH 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Captain, 


. John U. Wescott, .... 




S. S., 


45, 49, 47 


Lieutena 


nt, . George H. Lowe, . 






- 


- 


46, 49, 46 


Corporal 


, . Amos D. Haskell, . 






- 


- 


47, 48, 47 


(4 


. John J. Mohaney, . 






Prone, 


- 


46, 48, 47 


Sergeant 


, . George W. England, 






- 


1st Class, 


44,47 


Lieutena 


nt, . Otto J. C. Neilson, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44,47 


Sergeant 


, . Edmund R. Dearborn, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


it 


. Austin W. McLean, 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


<< 


. Orville J. Whitney, 






- 


2d do. 


21,22 


Corporal 


, . Richard J. Dinsmore, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


i< 


. A. S. Hall, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


<< 


. Garret E. Barry, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 20 


i< 


. John F. Perkins, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,22 


Musician 


i, . Henry P. Chamberlain, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


Private, 


. Horace H. Adams, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


. A. W. Brewster, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


<< 


. F. J. Byron, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


ii 


. James B. Fitzpatrick, 






- 


2d do. 


20,18 


«« 


. Mark P. Golden, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(< 


. Arthur F. James, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


il 


. James H. Griffin, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


tl 


. Hugh G. Kennedy, 






- 


2d do. 


21,20 


II 


. John W. Maher, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,19 


<« 


. James H. Maine, . 






- 


2d do. 


20,21 


(« 


. Walter L. Sherman, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


II 


. Nathan W. Waite, 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


II 


. John R. Waters, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,22 


II 


. Frank 0. Waterman, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


<( 


. Frank R. Waterman, 






- 


2d do. 


19,19 


(< 


. John R. Bancroft, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


«( 


. Alfred Bickford, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


<« 


. George F. Bickford, 






- 


3d do. 


17,17 


{< 


. Frederick A. Bryan, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


(I 


. William H. Cambridge, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(1 


. Edward N. Chase, . 




— 


3d do. 


18,16 



128 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY E, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY - Concluded. 



Rank. 



Private, 



Name. 



George W. Cusbing, 
Thomas H. Day, . 
George F. Fogg, • 
Hubert Goodrich, . 
Albert C. Gray, . 
Albert W. Hodgkins, 
Charles B. Keene, . 
Andrew Kerr, 
Frederick A. LeBuff, 
James W. Lowe, . 
James H. Mitchell, 
George R. Moore, . 
George H. Moore, . 
Edward E. Papkee, 
A. E. Ritchie, 
Thomas S. Rogers, 
Waldo A. Small, . 
Marchant H. Stewart, 
Herbert G. Stock, . 
John C. Vaughn, . 
Herbert S. Walker, 
Winfred F. Wescott, 
James H. Whalen, 
George J. White, . 



Position 
at 500 
Yards. 



Record 

Class. 



Range Work 
1896. 



3d Class, 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

i 3d do. 

3d do. 

i 3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

| 3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 



17,17 
16, 15 
16, 16 
15,16 
16, 17 
17,15 
16,17 
15, 16 

15, 17 
17,16 
18, 15 

16, 17 
17,18 

15, 15 
16,15 

16, 16 
17,18 

16, 15 
17,18 

17, 15 

15, 15 
16,18 

16, 16 
15,16 



COMPANY F, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, 
Private, . 
Captain, 
Lieutenant, 
Sergeant, 



Corporal 
Private, 



Sergeant 
Corporal 



Private, 



Sergeant, 
Corporal, 



Bugler, . 
Private, . 



C. E. Hamilton, 
W. B. Jackson, 
M. D. Clement, 
L. R. Gindrat, 
H. F. Smith, . 
E. H. Bull, . 
W. J. Benton, 
H. T. A. Butler, 
J. L. Barnes, . 
E. DeBarthe, . 
W. Erikson, . 
E. H. Harvey, 
W. T. McCann, 
J. F. Williams, 
C. A. Shafer, . 
W. H. Anthony, 

C. S. Bond, . 

D. B. Burnett, 

D. W. Burnett, 

G. W. D. Emerson 
J. F. Lamson, 

E. A. Nims, . 

; A. H. Olney, . 

E. T. Parkinson, 
W. H. Sawtell, 

F. W. Sawver, 
W. E. Whiting, 

1 J. E. Kavanagh, 
I S. E. Brown, . 

A. J. Leger, . 

A. L. Willey, . 

R. G. Harper, 

J. S. Backman, 



Prone, 
Prone, 
Prone, 

Prone, 



Prone, 
Prone, 
Prone, 



Prone, 
Prone, 
Prone, 
Prone, 
Prone, 



Prone, 



D. M., 
D. M., 

S. S., 
S. S., 

s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 

1st Class, 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

2d do. 



2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 



50, 50, 50 
49, 48, 46 
48, 50, 46 
44, 49, 46 
48, 48, 46 
44, 48, 46 

44, 50, 47 
46, 49, 46 
46, 48, 47 
48, 50, 47 

45, 46, 47 
R. 

45, 50, 46 

R. 

R. 
45, 45 
45,47 
43,42 
42,40 
45,41 
42,40 
45,43 
44,46 

44, 42 

45, 44 
R. 
R. 

20,18 
20, 18 
20, 18 

R. 
18,20 
19,18 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



129 



COMPANY F, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Raick. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


G. A. Bennett, .... 




2d do. 


18,20 


<( 


S. C. Cropley, 








- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


<« 


R. E. Dodge, . 








- 


2d do. 


18,22 


(i 


F. J. Doris, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


J. A. Erikson, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<( 


A. W. Evans, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


«< 


E. F. Flynn, . 








- 


2d do. 


22, 22 


ii 


A. C. Foster, . 








- 


2d do. 


18,21 


<« 


F. J. Geoffrion, 








- 


2d do. 


22,21 


ii 


C. F. Golder, . 








_ 


2d do. 


19,22 


u 


G. A. Howe, . 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<( 


F. A. Howard, 








- 


2d do. 


18,15 


ii 


J. W. Jameson, 








- 


2d do. 


21,22 


ii 


W. E. Luxford, 








_ 


2d do. 


18, 20 


«< 


T. Lynch, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


<( 


P. F. Minnock, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


H. 8. Mortimer, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<« 


F. Quinn, 








- 


2d do. 


19,19 


<< 


G. Robinson, . 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


ii 


P. A. Sawtelle, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


R. D. Smith, . 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


(< 


L B. Talbot, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


"W. H. Truelove, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


<< 


G. P.. Winn, . 








_ 


2d do. 


R. 


<« 


J. J. Benson, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


<< 


C. G. Brooks, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


H. M. Dougherty, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


«< 


G. H. Wakefield, 








— 


3d do. 


15, 16 



COMPANY G, FIFTH 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Lieutenant, . 


Thomas McCarthy, 


Prone, 


D. M., 


49, 49, 48 


Private, . 


H. N. Conn, . 






- 


D. M., 


R. 


<< 


G. H. Nason, . 








Prone, 


D. M., 


49, 49, 46 


(< 


S. G. Smith, . 








Prone, 


D. M., 


R. 


Sergeant, 


G. H. Barrett, 








Prone, 


S. 8., 


46, 47, 47 


Corporal, 


W. R Fraser, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


ii 


P. D Gambell, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 50, 48 


Musician, 


W. E. Doyle,. 








Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 46, 46 


Private, . 


A. Cummings, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 47 


ii 


A. A. Hutchinson, 








Prone, 


s. s , 


48, 46, 47 


<( 


Harold Smith, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


ii 


B. F. Stevens, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 47, 46 


Sergeant, 


G. S. Cutler, . 








Prone, 


1st Class, 


46,47 


<« 


F. W. Hoskins, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


49,47 


Corporal, 


W. E. Fresh, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43,44 


Private, . 


P. Carey, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


48,44 


<« 


W. A. Durward, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


45,48 


«« 


R J. McHugh, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,43 


«< 


J. S. Marryatt, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43,44 


Captain, 


L. E Hanson, 








- 


2d do. 


22,24 


Lieutenant, . 


W. W. Wade, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Sergeant, 


C. F. Cummings, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Corporal, 


F. H. Marion, 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


ii 


A. C. Wyer, . 








- 


2d do. 


18,20 


<< 


H. A. T. Dow, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, . 


P. Anderson, . 








- 


2d do. 


21,22 


<« 


G. G. Barker, 








- 


2d do. 


18,18 


ii 


G. W. Buchanan, 








- 


2d do. 


1*, 20 


« 


H. H. Barrett, 








— 


2d do. 


18,22 



130 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY G, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY— Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, . 


C. Duncan 




2d Class, 


23,23 


(< 


M. J. Foley, . 








- 


2d do. 


21,21 


<< 


E. Fossberg, . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<( 


J. R. Graham, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


J. C. Larock, . 








_ 


2d do. 


21, 22 


CI 


E. R. Libby, . 








- 


2d do. 


21, 22 


u 


M. Parsons, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


«< 


J. Paulson, 








- 


2d do. 


19,21 


«< 


H. Quinn, 








- 


2d do. 


20,20 


<< 


F. Smith, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 20 


<< 


G. W. Stetson, 








_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


u 


F. H. Winn, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Sergeant, 


E. F. Wyer, . 








- 


3d do. 


17, 18 


Private, . 


A. J. Ansart, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<< 


F. Clifford, . 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 16 


u 


A. Erickson, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


<« 


B. Flaherty, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


«< 


A. C. Fisher, . 








- 


3d do. 


15,20 


<« 


E. Fitzpatrick, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


«< 


M. Holland, . 








- 


3d do. 


17, 19 


«< 


J. C. Hanson, 








- 


3d do. 


17,20 


t< 


R. J. McGuinty, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


«< 


E. K. Porter, . 








- 


3d do. 


17, 18 


<i 


A. A. Powers, 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 17 


II 


E. L. Powers, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


«( 


13. Paulson, . 








- 


3d do. 


17. 18 


«( 


F. F. Rogan, . 








- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


M 


R. C. Stockbridge, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<( 


F. M. Veinot, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


II 


Wm. T. Car swell, . 








— 


2d do. 


— 



COMPANY H, FIFTH 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Sergeant, 


L H. Johnson, .... 


Prone, 


S. S.. 


44, 46, 47 


Lieutenant, . 


F. McDonald, 








- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


Captain, 


F. Meredith, Jr., . 








Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 48 


Lieutenant, . 


H. Y. Gilson, 








- 


1st Class, 


R. 


Sergeant, 


V. E. Gilson, 








- 


1st do. 


42,45 


Corporal, 


C. L. Mclntire, 








- 


1st do. 


R. 


Private, . 


J. W. O'Neil, 








- 


1st do. 


R. 


ti 


A. A. Davis, Jr., 








- 


2d do. 


20,20 


<< 


W. J. Drew, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 20 


Sergeant, 


A. W. Duncan, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


W. Foley, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


Private, . 


J. P. Hart, . 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


<« 


G. T. Latimer, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 21 


<< 


J. F. McCarthy, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


Corporal, 


G. J. McDonald, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


Private, . 


J. F. Mulcahy, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


i< 


O. A. Nichols, 








- 


2d do. 


21,21 


i< 


J. O'Connell, . 








- 


2d do. 


20,20 


<< 


J. A. Young, . 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


a 


D. F. Adams, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


it 


A. Brad brook, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


i< 


J. "W. Devereaux, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


«i 


E. E. Gertz, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


Corporal, 


J. B. Govan, . 








- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


Private, . 


M. J. Lynch, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


ti 


B. T. Marks, . 








- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


ii 


R. McGregor, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



131 



COMPANY H, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY— Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, . 


W. J. Schworm, . 




3d Class, 


15, 15 


11 

Sergeant, 
Corporal, 
Private, . 


E. Tukey, 
W. H. Benson, 
R. J. Buchanan, 
R. J. Cole, . 








- 


3d do. 
2d do. 
3d do. 
2d do. 


17, 15 


u 


W. P. Cahill, 








- 


1st do. 


- 


ii 


A. J. Coyle, . 








- 


3d do. 


- 


ii 
u 


J. J. Copping en, 
H. A. Gilson, . 








- 


3d do. 

s. s., 


- 


Corporal, 

Private, . 
<< 


E. W Gordon, 
T. A. Hillery, 
AT. J. Innes, . 








- 


3d Class, 
2d do. 
3d do. 


- 


(< 


J. W. Morse, . 








- 


3d do. 


_ 


u 


G. H. Nichols, 








_ 


3d do. 


- 


Bugler, . 


F. Ruppersberg, 








- 


2d do. 


— 



COMPANY I, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, . 


C. A. Richardson, . . . . 


Prone, 


D. M., 


46, 47, 46 


Corporal, 


W. W. Cooke, 








Prone, 


D. M., 


49, 50, 46 


Private, . 


F. C. Stowe, . 








Prone, 


S.S., 


45, 46, 46 


• !aptain, 


H. A. Clark, . 








Prone, 


1st Class, 


42,43 


Serjeant, 


F. C. Gray, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


44 


,43 


ii 


P. VV. Northrop, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43 


,42 


Corporal, 


W. H. Goff, Jr., 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43 


43 


ii 


J. H. Williams, 








Prone, 


lbt do. 


42 


,42 


Private, . 


F. A. Adams, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


1 


1. 


ii 


G. H. Crosby, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


46 


46 


ii 


A. L. Tillson, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42 


43 


n 


G H Searle, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42 


,44 


Lieutenant, . 


G. H. Svkes, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


,18 


Sergeant, 


E. H. Brijrgs, • 








_ 


2d do. 


18 


20 


ii 


0. F. Hicks, . 








_ 


2d do. 


18 


18 


ii 


W. S. Stone, . 








- 


2d do. 


20 


20 


Corporal, 


J. F. Mott, . 








- 


2d do. 


20 


19 


Bugler, . 


H. A. Pike, . 








- 


2d do. 


21 


21 


Private, . 


H C. Brandt, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


ii 


J. M. Brown, . 








- 


2d do. 


21 


19 


ii 


G. E. Cruff, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


ii 


George Fife, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


«< 


G. D. Graham, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


20 


ii 


"W. A. Grow, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


20 


«< 


H. S. Kayser, 








- 


2d do 


19 


19 


ii 


F. E. King, . 








- 


2d do. 


19 


21 


ii 


L. R. Manchester, . 








- 


2d do. 


19 


18 


i< 


11. D. Manchester, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


<< 


L. C. Martin, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


ii 


F. T. Matteson, 








- 


2d do. 


19 


18 


ii 


A. H. Nickerson, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


<« 


Peter Nilsson, 








- 


2d do. 


19 


18 


it 


August Peterson, . 








- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


it 


Otto Sayle, 








- 


2d do. 


21 


18 


ii 


E. M. Spencer, 








- 


2d do. 


21 


20 


Corporal, 


S. F. Mann, Jr., . 








- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


Private, . 


F. C. Becker, . 








- 


3d do. 


16 


18 


ii 


C. J. Brown, . 








- 


3d do. 


15 


19 


ii 


L. C. Brown, . 








- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


ii 


S. D. Burrows, 








_ 


3d do. 


15 


16 


ii 


L. W. Cook, . 








_ 


3d do. 


18 


15 


<( 


C. F. Crossman, 








— 


3d do. 


17 


18 



132 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY I, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY— Concluded. 




Private, . 


R. W. Dexter, .... 




3d Class, 


16, 16 


<( 


W. F. Douglass, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


t« 


H. G. Etert, . 








- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


<« 


J. H. Hardison, 








- 


3d do. 


17,18 


>< 


J. W. Harden, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


i< 


H. F. Hicks, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 19 


«< 


L. C. Keyes, . 








- 


3d do. 


15,20 


«< 


F. H. Kendall, 








- 


3d do. 


17,17 


ii 


L. F. Lincoln, 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 15 


it 


J. M. Mackenzie, 








- 


3d do. 


15,16 


ii 


A. W. Purdy, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 / 


<< 


W. E. Riley, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


H. E. Paten, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


ii 


George Wheeler, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


G. E. Witherell, 








_ 


3d do. 


16,20 


ii 


W. F. Wright, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


ii 


/. P. Pike, . 








— 


3d do. 





COMPANY K, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenai 


it, . Wm. H. Whitney, 




S. S., 


R. 


ii 


. H. L. Kincaide, 






- 


1st Class, 


42, -±3 


Sergeant, 


. J. R. McGrath, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44. 46 


Private, . 


. T. H. Hermanson, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


43,44 


<< 


. J. Johnson, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44,45 


Corporal, 


. J. S. Odom, . 






- 


1 st do. 


R. 


Private, . 


. E. L Frampton, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


<< 


. F. W. Jones, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Captain, 


. W. E. Morrison, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Sergeant, 


. Charles F. Spear, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


Corporal 


. i T. B. Crane, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 20 


ii 


. H F. Barrett, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


. Wm. J. Leslie, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


. Geo. F. Phillips, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Musician 


, . Patrick E. Quill, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


Private, . 


. John W. Bovce, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


. Wm. R. Bissett, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 20 


<< 


. Thos. T. Davidson, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


it 


. Daniel F. Foster, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


. Michael Gunderson, 






- 


2d do. 


21, 22 


<< 


. H. T. Helstrom, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 20 


<< 


. H. H. Holmes, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


<( 


. Charles W. Hunter, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


. 0. A. Johnson, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 20 


«« 


. Augustus Livendale, 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


<< 


. Henry J. Mathews, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


. Chester C. Main, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,21 


ii 


. 0. A. Smith, . 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


n 


. Swanson, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 21 


tt 


. Victor Serberg, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 21 


<< 


. H. F. Tucker^ 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


. F. E. Wood worth, 






_ 


2d do. 


20,21 


«< 


. T. C. Brown, . 






- 


3d do. 


17, 18 


<« 


. George Leonard, . 






- 


3d do. 


17,20 


ii 


. David Mil bury, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


ii 


. Alex. Mcintosh, . 






- 


3d do. 


17, 16 


<< 


. McDevitt, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


<< 


. Leonard F. Olson, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 19 


«« 


. Olaf Peterson, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


ii 


. John M. Troup, 






i 


3d do. 


15, 18 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



133 



COMPANY K, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY - Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 

Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, . 

Sergeant, 
<( 

Corporal, 

Private, . 

<< 

n 


Henry W. Whitcomb, 
Morris A. Colbert, . 
Jos. F. Mohan, 
Frank A. Gannon, . 
Harry L. Berry, 
A. S. Odom, . 
Charles F. Whiting, 




- 


3d Class, 
2d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
2d do. 


15, 18 



COMPANY L, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Private, . 


E. C. B. Erickson, .... 


Prone, 


D. M., 


R. 


Sergeant, 


L. E. Felton, . 








Prone, 


S. s., 


45, 50, 46 


Private, . 


L. B. Heaton, 








Prone, 


S.S., 


47, 50, 46 


Corporal, 


J. V. Lawler, . 








Prone, 


S. S., 


R. 


Private, . 


J. C. Hills, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


48, 50, 46 


Sergeant, 


A. G. McKinley. . 








Prone, 


8. 8., 


50, 50, 47 


Private, . 


CD. Berg, . 








Prone, 


1st Class, 


49,47 


14 


H. F. Berg, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 44 


Corporal, 


W. E. Brown, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


48,44 


Private, . 


0. J. Honde, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


R. 


<< 


P. A. Leslie, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


44, 44 


Captain, 


E. E. Locke, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,44 


Private, . 


W. J. Lester, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


50, 45 


«« ' _ 


E. A Maxfield, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


44, 45 


<< 


C. W. Pembroke, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


R. 


<( 


J. C. Spraker, Jr., 








Prone, 


1st do. 


R. 


<« 


H. C. Bacon, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


F. W. Barker, 








- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


14 


G. S. Brown, . 








_ 


2d do. 


18 


19 


Sergeant, 


H. A. Carter, . 








- 


2d do. 


19 


,20 


Lieutenant, . 


F. F. Cutting, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


Private, . 


H. F. H. Clark, 








- 


2d do. 


21 


22 


Corporal, 


C. K. Daniels, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


Musician, 


W. A. Dowd, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


Private, . 


11. F. Gerke, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


Corporal, 


A. A. Grady, . 








- 


2d do. 


1 


I. 


Private, . 


T. T. Grady, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


(4 


F. P. Holmes, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


20 


(( 


J. F. Home, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


20 


44 


F. E. Hnisman, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


44 


W. A. Landers, 








- 


2d do. 


19 


,20 


Lieutenant, . 


J. H. Mann, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


Private, . 


W. A. Mann, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


20 


44 


E. S. Mavo, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


(4 


C. E. Miller, . 








- 


2d do. 


20 


21 


44 


E. A. Murdock, 








- 


2d do. 


22 


22 


(« 


W. B. Ogilvie, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


(( 


W. B. Parker, 








- 


2d do. 


19 


19 


(< 


E. M Parkhurst, 








- 


2d do. 


21 


21 


Sergeant, 


C. A. Perkins, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


20 


Corporal, 


E. C. Rea, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


22 


Private, . 


J. H. Ripley, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


44 


E. H. Robbins, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


21 


44 


H. 0. Rounds, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


44 


A. L. Sedley, . 








- 


2d do. 


21 


22 


44 


C. Smith, " . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 


21 


Corporal, 


E. L. Sweetser, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 


19 


Sergeant, 


W. S. Sweetser, 








- 


2d do. 


20 


22 


Private, . 


E. H. Thompson, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 


20 


44 


A. H. Woods, 








— 


2d do. 


19 


19 



134 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY L, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rani 


c. Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


. A. W. Cass, 




3d Class, 


16, 18 


i« 


. J. G. Jacobus, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<< 


. H. J. Mann, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<< 


. W. E. Mitchell, . 








- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


(i 


. T. 0. Parker, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


«« 


. J. W. Paterson, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<< 


. W. H. Pedler, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


<« 


. G. W. Presby, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 19 


f< 


. H. T. Robbins, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


(• 


. J. C. Streck, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


i« 


. E. E. Thompson, . 








" | 


3d do. 


17, 17 


COMPANY M, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 


Lieutena 


nt, . C. H. Groves, .... 


Prone, 


S. S., 


46, 48, 47 


Sergeant 


, . "W. A. Hastings, . 








Prone, 


1st Class, 


44, 42 


Private, . 


. W. E. Lamson, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43,43 


(i 


. T. Travers, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


45,43 


Lieutena 


nt, . H. C. Moore, . 








- 


2d do. 


21,20 


Sergeant 


, . L. E. Ordway, 








- 


2d do. 


21,21 


<t 


. H. C. Skinner, 








- 


2d do. 


18,20 


Corpora] 


. F. W. Hale, . 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


«< 


. T. F. Lvnch, . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


. F. Tavlor, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


(i 


. L. D. Porter, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


«< 


. B. N. Wheeler, 








- 


2d do. 


20,21 


Private, 


C. H. Abajian, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 20 


(> 


. C. R. Brigham, 








- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


(i 


. E. L. Chase, . 








- 


2d do. 


18,20 


<< 


. H. P. Fairbanks, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


«( 


. J. J. Fiynn, . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


«« 


. E. J. Harvey, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


« 


. J. H Keefe, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


. J. E. Lavley, . 








- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


<< 


. M. A. LaAvrence, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


u 


. A. M. Macomber, 








- 


2d do. 


21,22 


<< 


. P. Morin, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


(i 


. F E. Ordway, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


k 


.EG. Persons, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


it 


. W. L. Persons, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


(< 


. J. E. Phil brick, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 


. G. Ricker, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


.< 


. W. A. Richardson, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


u 


. A. J. Pope, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


«( 


. . . J. F. Shortsleeve, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


<( 


. R Wellington, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


«( 


. J. A. Wheeler, 








- 


2d do. 


18,20 


(( 


. L. H. Wheeler, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


a 


. W. E. Bovd, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(< 


. B. N. Doyle, . 








- 


3d do. 


17,16 


<( 


. E. B. Goodrich, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(« 


. E. H Otterson, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


<< 


. R. M. Pratt, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


•« 


. J. P. Sullivan, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


(« 


. C. D. Taillon, 








- 


3d do. 


17,19 


<« 


. H. W. H. Taillon, 








- 


3d do. 


17,20 


Musicia 


n, . C. A. Therrien, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


Private, 


. F. E. Watson, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<< 


. E. Whittemore, 








- 


3d do. 


17,17 


Captain 


, . C. F. Reed, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Private 


. H. C. Tucker, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Corpora 


l1, . D. A. Malone, 










1st do. 





1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



135 



FIELD AND STAFF, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Lieutenant, . 


T. D. Barroll, 


Prone, 


D. M., 


46, 50, 47 


Major, . 


F. C. Damon, 








- 


D. M., 


46, 48, 46 


Lieut. Col., . 


E. W. M. Bailey, . 








- 


S. S., 


R. 


Bugler, . 


I. P. Horton, . 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


Lieutenant, . 


C. F. Wonson, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 46 


<< 


E. H. Eldredge, . 








- 


1st Class, 


R. 


Major, . 


F. A. Graves, 








- 


1st do. 


R. 


Colonel, 


Win. A. Pew, Jr., 








- 


1st do. 


45,43 


Major, . 


Wm. Stopford, 








- 


1st do. 


R. 


Sergt. Major, 


J. C. Barr, . 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Color Sergt., . 


M. Cannon, . 








- 


2d do. 


20,21 


Major, . 


William Cogswell, 








- 


2d do. 


20,21 


Lieutenant, . 


T. L. Jenkins, 








- 


2d do. 


20,21 


Hosp. Stwd , . 


F. P. T. Logan, 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Q. M. Sergt.,. 


C. F. Perkins, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 20 


Chaplain, 


G. D. Sanders, 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Pay Sergt., . 


C. E. Maxwell, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Drum Major, . 


W. H.Thomas, 








— 


2d do. 


™ 



COMPANY A, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 

Lieutenant, 

Sergeant 
<< 

Private, 
Captain, 
Sergean 
Corpora 



Private, 



Corporal, 
Musician, 
Private, 



Sergean 
Private, 



G. W. Langdon, 
G. H Dow, . 
W. F. Flanders, 
J. P. Balch, . 
W. H Roberts, 
C. W. Pond, . 
A. G Perkins, 
Edward Miller, 
C. W. Howard, 

F. C. Jackinan, 

G. E. Leavitt, 

E. B. Thompson, 
J. Bovle, 
W P" Carson, 
C. E. Coffin, . 
J. Connell, . 
J. O. Evans, . 
J. G. Flagg, . 

E. P. George, 
L. A. Peahody, 
J. J. Barrett, 
W. A. Dickie, 
H. F. Copp, . 

T Fredenckson, 
J. N. Haskell, 

F. J. Hay, . 

G. E. Hodjkins, 
G. H. Kelso,. 
J. L. Laney, . 
J. W. Pearson, 
W. F. Fox, . 
W. C. Lattimer, 
J. F. McLean, 
C. W. Williams, 



Prone, 



Prone, 



S. £ 


»•» 


S. 5 


>•! 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



47, 48, 48 
44, 49, 46 
R. 
R. 
42,48 
42, 42 
19,20 
18, 19 
20, 19 
20,20 
18, 19 
18,21 
18, 18 
18, 19 
21,20 
18,20 
22,22 
20,22 
18, 19 
19,20 
16, 17 

16, 16 

17, 16 
16, 16 

15, 15 

16, 16 
16, 18 
15, 16 
15, 18 



136 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY B, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rax 


K. Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Sergeant 


, . M. S. Higgins, . 


Prone, 


D. M., 


49, 48, 49 


Captain, 


Horace S. Bean, . 






Prone, 


S. S., 


45, 47, 46 


Sergeant 


, . Frank M. Swett, . 






- 


s. s. 




R. 


ti 


. John J. Melia, 






- 


s. s. 




46, 48, 46 


<« 


. John S. Grannigan, 






Prone, 


s. s. 




46, 46, 47 


Corporal 


, . James Sweeney, . 






- 


s. s. 




R. 


II 


. Martin H. Parker, 






_ 


s. s. 




R. 


<( 


. Nicholas L. Walsh, 






_ 


s. s. 




44, 48, 46 


(( 


. Samuel A. Hinckley, 






Prone, 


s. s. 




49, 49, 48 


Musiciar 


1, . William J. Taylor, 






- 


s. s. 




47, 48, 46 


Private, 


. E. A. Brown, 






_ 


s. s 




46, 49, 46 


<« 


. , . Timothy Dooling, 






- 


s. s. 




44, 48, 46 


«< 


Henry Higgins, 






- 


s. s. 




R. 


11 


James F. Higgins, 






_ 


s. s. 




R. 


«« 


. John E. Higgins, . 






_ 


s. s. 




R. 


II 


R. B. Lardner, 






_ 


s. s. 




44, 48, 47 


II 


. Eugene Moisen, . 






_ 


s. s. 




45, 48, 46 


II 


. James E. Moisen, . 






_ 


s. s. 




44, 49, 46 


<( 


. Michael O'Brien, . 






_ 


s. s. 




45, 48, 46 


<( 


. Samuel L. Porter, 






- 


s. s. 




46, 48, 47 


(« 


. Arthur W. Stevens, 






_ 


s. s. 




R. 


<« 


. William Walsh, . 






_ 


s. s. 




44, 48, 46 


i( 


. Samuel E. Ware, . 






_ 


s. s. 




44, 48, 47 


Lientena 


nt, . John M. Pettingill, 






Prone, 


1st Class, 


46, 43 


ti 


Frank Stinson, 






- 


1st do. 


42, 42 


Sergeant 


, . Thomas P. Higgins, 






- 


1st do. 


46, 42 


Corporal 


, . Charles F. Stephan, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 42 


Private, 


Geo. W. Andrews, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 42 


<« 


. Fred. B. Boardman, 






_ 


1st do. 


42,44 


<< 


. James K. R. Burke, 






_ 


1st do. 


42,43 


<< 


. Charles A. Currier, 






_ 


1st do. 


44, 45 


«< 


. Michael F. Downer, 






- 


1st do. 


42,43 


<< 


Noel Dufault, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


45, 41 


<< 


. John J. Foley, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


<< 


. Patrick J. Greeley, 






- 


1st do. 


42,42 


<« 


John A. Lundquist, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


ii 


. William H. Marth, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 44 


(« 


. John McKay, 






_ 


1st do. 


42,42 


<< 


. Patrick McMenamin, . 






_ 


1st do. 


43,43 


«< 


. Fred G Peterson, . 






- 


1st do. 


42,44 


ii 


. Arthur Quimby, . 






- 


1st do. 


43,44 


ii 


. Fred Shaw, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


<< 


. Howard A. Willey, 






_ 


1st do. 


42,42 


<< 


. Oscar W. Bean, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 20 


<< 


Harry Blaisdell, . 






_ 


2d do. 


20,23 


«« 


. George M. Colbv, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(« 


. Charles M. Coll'is, . 






- 


2d do. 


17,18 


<« 


Frank Connor, 






_ 


2d do. 


19,20 


(< 


. H. C. Dennett, 






_ 


2d do. 


19,20 


«< 


. Albert Feltham, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 


. Arthur Fowden, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


ii 


Henry W. Gage, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


. Charles B. Harris, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


Manfred Locke, . 






- 


2d do. 


20,21 


<< 


. W. E. Morrill, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


it 


. Alfred Nichols, 






_ 


2d do. 


18,20 


«< 


. George F. Perry, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,21 


<< 


. Wallace A. Pierce, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


ii 


. Charles R. Scott, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 


. A. J. H. Wilson, . 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


. James H. Millerick, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



137 



COMPANY C, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Ran 


K. XAME. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Sergeant 


1 

, . E. A. Marshall, .... 


Prone, 


s. s., 


R. 


Private, 


. W. W. Shean, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Corporal 


, . F. W. Woodbury, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Private, 


. Ashton Doliber, 








Prone, 


1st Class, 


43,44 


(« 


. F. B. Knowland, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 42 


<( 


. H. S. Peach, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 42 


Sergeant 


, . C. Pierce, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,44 


Lieutena 


nt, . C. A Slee, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43,42 


Private, 


. F. M. Smith, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,42 


Lieutena 


nt, . 1 Frank Tucker, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


44,42 


Private, 


. Winthrop Brown, 








- 


1st do. 


R. 


i< 


. J. C. Doane, . 








— 


1st do. 


R. 


it 


. J. P. Bessom, 










2d do. 


18, 18 


(i 


. F. F. Brown, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


ii 


. E. V. Bennette, 








_ 


2d do. 


21,22 


ii 


. E J Cummings, . 








- 


2d do. 


21,21 


<« 


. B. C. Doane, . 








- 


2d do. 


22, 22 


ii 


. C. F. Doe, . 








— 


2d do. 


R. 


Corporal 


. W. E. Eustis, 










2d do. 


R. 


Private, 


. Patrick Foley, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


n 


. W. Greenough, 








- 


2d do. 


18,20 


II 


J. H. Gass, . 








_ 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 


J. G. Lent, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Sergeant 


. F. H. Osgood, 








- 


2d do. 


18,21 


Private, 


. W. B. Power, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<( 


. Harry Roscoe, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


Corporal 


, . George Reed, 








- 


2d do. 


21,21 


Private, 


. T. P. Rvan, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<t 


. J. T. Sandwich, 








- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


ii 


. F. M. Shattuck, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


(i 


. W. A Taylor, 








- 


2d do. 


22,21 


it 


. J. E. Whitnev, 








- 


2d do. 


18,20 


(< 


. W. H. Boyle, 








- 


3d do. 


15,17 


ii 


Arthur Bartoll, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


. Clifford Doane, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


ii 


. Mathew Dokin, 








- 


3d do. 


17,18 


ii 


. C. H. Graves, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


ii 


. W. H. Gleason, . 








- 


3d do. 


21,17 


ii 


. W. D. Hale, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 


. A. P. Knowland, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


. A. M. Munroe, 








- 


3d do. 


18,17 


•I 


. John Mahoney, 








- 


3d do. 


18, 15 


<< 


. S. McDonald, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


. L. A. Small, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


ii 


. C. R. Whitney, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


ii 


N. Brown, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


Musician 


, . G. H. Savary, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Private, 


. G. T. Sinclair, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


ii 


J. B. Sinclair, 








_ 


3d do. 


- 


<< 


. IV. O. Trasher, . 








- 


3d do. 


- 


ii 


. T. J. Whalen, 








— 


2d do. 


- 



COMPANY D, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, . 


Charles T. Hilleker, . 


Prone, 


D. M., 


48, 50, 46 


Sergeant, 


T. J. Cobey, 


Prone, 


S. S., 


45, 48, 46 


<i 


1 W. W. Cann, .... 


Prone, 


S. S., 


44, 47, 48 


Corporal, 


'. J. L. Hamilton, .... 


Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


ii 


: E. L. Pack, 


Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


ii 


J. W. Piper, 


Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Captain, 


Freeman Murray, 


Prone, 


1st Class, 


44,48 



138 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY D, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rani 


c Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Sergeant 


, . J. B. Galligher, .... 


Prone, 


1st Class, 


42,40 


i< 


. J. P. Linehan, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


46,46 


Corporal 


, . E. I. Piper, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


44,47 


Private, 


. H. C. Disbrow, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43, 42 


(« 


J. L. Linehan, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,42 


« 


. F. H. Ober, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,43 


Lieutena 


nt, . H. B. Goodridge, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Sergeant 


, E. L. Varnam, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


Corpora] 


, . H. W. Cummings, 








- 


2d do. 


18,20 


Private, 


R. A. Barnet, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 




. G. W. Berry, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 20 




. G. R. Brougham, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 




. F. R. Cloudman, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 




. G. W. Eaton, 








_ 


2d do. 


19, 19 




. S. E. Mitchell, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 




. J. N. Hilton, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 




. G. W. Nicholson, 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 




. E. L. Payne, 








- 


2d do. 


21,22 




. J. R. Scott, . 








- 


2d do. 


R. 




. C. G. Talbot, 








- 


2d do. 


20,21 




. W. F. Talbot, 








- 


2d do. 


20,20 




. W. E. Toone, 








_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 




. F. E. Wiley, 








_ 


2d do. 


19, 19 




. W. E. Cooke, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 17 




. A. R. Cormach, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 18 




. W. F. Durgin, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 




. T. C. Ferguson, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 18 




. R. W. Goodhue, 








_ 


3d do. 


17, 18 




J. L. Hamilton, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 




. E. W. Hanson, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 




. J. B. Hoitt, . 








- 


3d do. 


17,20 




. C. J. Johnson, 








_ 


3d do. 


17,21 




. J. H. Lafferty, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 




. E. C. Makinzie, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 19 




. C. E. Morgan, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 




. W. F. Ricb, . 








- 


3d do. 


17, 18 




. W. H. Shillington 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 




. W. F. Young, 








- 


3d do. 


17,21 




C. A. Bvrnham, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


Bugler, 


C. W. Cloudman, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


Private, 


W. A . Cochrane, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


t< 


W. R. Symo?ids, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


i< 


J. J. Trefren, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


«« 


. H. V. Whittier, 








- 


3d do. 


•* 



COMPANY E, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, . 


Robert Robertson, 


Prone, 


S.S., 


46, 47, 47 


Sergeant, 


Almon Gray, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


48, 50, 47 


*t 


Edward A. Standley, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 48, 47 


Private, 


. 


James J. Ingoldsby, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 49, 47 




, . 


M. Publicover, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 49, 47 




m 


W. B. Publicover, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 49, 46 




m 


Alonzo Foster, 






Prone, 


1st Class, 


43,43 




. 


Thomas J. Frazer, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 




B 


Louis E. Shaw, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


43,43 


Bugler, 


. 


Albert F. Teague, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


45,44 


Lieutenant, . 


L. H. Wardwell, . 






- 


2d do. 


22,23 


Sergeant, 


Walter H. Hathaway, 






- 


2d do. 


21, 18 


Corporal, 


Walter N. Daniels, 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


«< 


F. H. Low, . 






— 


2d do. 


R. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



139 



COMPANY E, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY— Concluded. 







Position 


Kecord 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . . I Frank R. Barker, 


2d Class, 


R. 


<< 




Fred H. Bickford, 






2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 




William L. Colson, 






2d do. 


18, 18 


«« 




Frank A. Dennis, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


i< 




Arthur A. Friech, 






- 


2d do. 


23,21 


<< 




Dearborn J. Goodwin, . 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 




Francis D. Jones, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<( 




William D. Lundgrew, 






- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


<< 




Henry W. Lee, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


ii 




Herman E. Miller, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 




John F. Preston, . 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


ii 




• Vasco V. Richmond, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


ii 




Arthur L. Standley, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


<t 




Joseph A. Standley, 






- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


<< 




Harrv D. Sehade, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


•i 




F. W. Stopford, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


Corpora] 


i • 


James M. Magner, 






- 


3d do.' 


16, 15 


<t 




William E. Williams, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Private, 




Benj. B. Hanson, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<< 




William S. Jones, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


«< 




Ernest A. McKomiskey 


» 




- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


ii 




Oswald H. O'Hagan, 






- 


3d do. 


17,17 


<< 




James A. Smith, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<« 




Joseph Collins, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


<i 




William M. Cromhie, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


<< 




Samuel G. Church, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


<< 




John S. Crowley, . 






- 


3d do. 


- 


ii 




Francis J. McDonald, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


<< 




David F. Magner, 






" 


3d ao. 


— 



COMPANY F, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sergeant, 


W. H. Flovd, .... 




S. S., 


R. 


tt 


G. P. Smith, . 








- 


s. s , 


48, 50, 50 


Private, . 


B. S. Griffin, . 








- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 49 


i< 


A. H. Bond, . 








- 


s. s , 


44, 50, 48 


Sergeant, 


E. P. Cogswell, . 








- 


s. s., 


45, 49, 48 


Private, . 


W. J. West, . 








- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 48 


Corporal, 


W. 0. Priest, 








- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 48 


Private, . 


A. F. Huse, . 








- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


A. Law, 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


ii 


G. E. Hadley, 








- 


1st Class, 


44,44 


<( 


G. W. McLeod, 








- 


1st do. 


44,44 


Private, . 


J. C. Jones, . 








- 


1st do. 


42,45 


ii 


F. P. Whiteley, 








- 


1st do. 


43,43 


Sergeant, 


J. L. Lang, . 








- 


1st do. 


43,44 


Bugler, . 


H. E. Miner, . 








- 


1st do. 


R. 


Private, . 


E. W. Brodie, 








- 


2d do. 


24,21 


Lieutenant, . 


T. F. Crowley, 








- 


2d do. 


23,21 


Private, . 


S. J. Lambert, 








- 


2d do. 


21,22 


ii 


G. C Foss, . 








- 


2d do. 


24,18 


ii 


W. P. Woodburn, 








- 


2d do. 


21,21 


<( 


R. E. Galvin, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


ii 


J. A. Chrigstrom, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<( 


H. E. Sleeper, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<< 


W. F. Lang, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


John F. Fisher, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(i 


F. S. Lovejoy, 








- 


2d do. 


18,18 


ii 


J. S. Noyes, . 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 


A. C. Morrison, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


(< 


M. A. Damon, 








— 


3d do. 


22, 15 



140 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY F, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY - Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, . 


F. G. Pugh 




3d Class, 


18, 17 


it 


J. W. H. Pollard, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


Corporal, 


E. G. Deane, . 








- 


3d do. 


15,17 


Private, . 


A. E. Pryne, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


Captain, 


IV. C. Dow, . 








- 


2d do. 


_ 


Lieutenant, . 


D. E. Jewell, 








- 


1st do. 


- 


Sergeant, 


D. F. Whittier, 








- 


1st do. 


- 


Private, . 


A. C. Drew, . 








- 


1st do. 


_ 


<< 


G. I. Blair, . 








_ 


2d do. 


_ 


<< 


C. F. Austin, 








- 


2d do. 


_ 


<< 


W. Brindley, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


«< 


A. C. Briggs, 








- 


S. S., 


- 


<< 


A . W. Clarridge, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


B. H. Spofford, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Corporal, 


F. C. Hastings, .... 


~ 


2d do. 


~ 



COMPANY G, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Private, . 


M. P. Alderman 


Prone, 


S. S., 


49, 49, 46 


Captain, 


Charles K. Butler, 




Prone, 


S. s., 


44, 48, 47 


Private, . 


Walter Cunningham, . 




Prone, 


s. s., 


R. 


Sergeant, 


Samuel S. DeCoste, 




Prone, 


s. s, 


44, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


Joseph Garvey, 




- 


8. S., 


R. 


Private, . 


Charles E. Grant, 




Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 49, 47 


Lieutenant, . 


Charles L. Ingersoll, . 




Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 47 


Sergeant, 


William F. Marston, . 




Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 49 


ii 


John P. Mclnnis, . 




Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


it 


Charles H. Mclsaac, 




- 


s. s., 


R. 


Private, . 


William H. Vivian, 




Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 50, 46 


ii 


Homer L. Wass, . 




- 


- 


R. 


it 


William S. Anderson, . 




Prone, 


1st Class, 


43,43 


ii 


John M. Burns, . 




_ 


1st do. 


R. 


<< 


George R. Christopherson, 




- 


1st do. 


R. 


Captain, 


Edward J. Horton, 




Prone, 


1st do. 


43,43 


Corporal, 


James H, Malonson, 




- 


1st do. 


R. 


ii 


Ernest D. Parsons, 




- 


1st do. 


R. 


Private, . 


Walter C. Parsons, 




Prone, 


1st do. 


42,44 


<« 


Charles Baker, 




- 


2d do. 


20,20 


ii 


Roy Beaton, . 




- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<< 


William Blagdon, 




_ 


2d do. 


20,20 


«< 


John E. Cameron, 




_ 


2d do. 


20,21 


<< 


Edward L. Casey, 




_ 


2d do. 


20, 18 


ii 


George A. Critchett, 




- 


2d do. 


R. 


i< 


Alexander J. Cross, 




- 


2d do. 


23,22 


(< 


Harry C. Davis, . 




- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


ii 


John De Loid, 




- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


Lieutenant, . 


Charles A. Donahue, . 




_ 


2d do. 


22,20 


Private, . 


Elmer A. Hall, . 




- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


ii 


Wakefield Hodgkins, . 




- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


«< 


George R. Lawson, 




_ 


2d do. 


20, 18 


<< 


Edward Marble, . 




- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<< 


James S Martin, . 




_ 


2d do. 


20, 19 


<t 


Hugh W. McDonald, . 




- 


2d do. 


19, 20 


it 


Charles A. Morris, 




- 


2d do. 


23, 22 


a 


Frank A. Morong, 




- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Edward Powers, . 




- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


ii 


Melvin A. Ring, . 




- 


2d do. 


21,21 


ii 


Frank Rogers, 




- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


ii 


Gorham H. Smith, 




- 


2d do. 


22, 18 


ii 


Arthur N. Spates, 




- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


it 


Charles W. Steinberg, . 




■" 


2d do. 


18, 19 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



141 



COMPANY G, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 600 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


Herbert F. Strangman, 


_ 


2d Class, 


20, 18 


Corporal, 


William H. Thomas, . 




- 


2d do. 


21,21 


Private, . 


Walter White, 




- 


2d do. 


21,21 


u 


Walter E. Anderson, . 




- 


3d do. 


18, 16 


a 


William E. Blatchford, 




- 


3d do. 


17, 16 


a 


Albert Brown, 




- 


3d do. 


19, 17 


<( 


James E. De Winter, . 




- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


<< 


Walter E. Dow, . 




- 


3d do. 


19, 15 


<( 


George E. Harrison, 




- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


<( 


Jerome McDonald, Jr., 




- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


(< 


Horace A. Mclntyre, . 




™ 


3d do. 


20, 17 


a 


Walter G. Pinkham, . 






3d do. 


16, 15 


II 


Atoine Rogers, 2d, 




- 


3d do. 


19, 17 


tt 


Frank Saunders, . 




- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


Musician, 


Albert W. Steele, . 






3d do. 


15, 15 


Private, . 


George F. Walen, . 




- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


(< 


Willis E. Wheeler, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 





COMPANY H, EIGHTH 


: REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Captain, 


. Dudley B. Purbeck, 


Prone, 


S. S., 


44, 49, 48 


Lieutena 


nt, . ' Walter P. Nichols, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 47 


ii 


. Ernest C. White, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 48, 47 


Sergeant 


, . George N. Jewett, 






Prone, 


S. 6., 


45, 46, 46 


Captain. 


Charles E. Batchelder, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 48 


Sergeant 


, . Charles S. Pierce, . 






Prone, 


1st Class, 


42,46 


ii 


. Thomas 0. H. Pineau, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,44 


Corporal 


, . Frank E. Ferguson, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,43 


«« 


. Edgar J. Whepley, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,47 


Private, 


. Ralph Drinkwater, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


45, 47 


Sergeant 


, . Ittai P. Hanscom, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Corporal 


, . Horace W. Churchill, , 






- 


2d do. 


20,21 


ii 


. Edmund A. Bradeen, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


u 


George L. Galeucia, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Musiciar 


i, . John A. Bagley, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, 


. Jefferson F. Barrett, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


it 


James A. Clark, . 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


. William A. Crowell, 






_ 


2d do. 


21,18 


<< 


. Frank David, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


a 


George R. Durkee, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


James H. English, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<i 


. Lincoln B. Foss, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Frank L. Hamilton, 






— 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


. John P. Hines, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


. George A. Maak, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


. Charles H. McManus, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


. Edward B. Meade, 






- 


2d do. 


22, 23 


ii 


. Henry Murphy, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


ii 


. Frank McLaughlin, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


a 


. George L. Norton, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


it 


James Ring, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


a 


. Chester M. Twiss, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


II 


. William H. Wade, 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


it 


. Albert A. Anderson, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


it 


William A. Bixby, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


it 


. William L. Carr, . 






- 


3d do. 


18, 16 


II 


James H. Cumen, . 






- 


3d do. 


17, 19 


ii 


. Frank B. Clark, . 






- 


3d do. 


19, 17 


ii 


D. James Fitzgerald, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


it 


. John M. Griswold, 






- 


3d do. 


15,17 


ii 


Henry S. Hamilton, 








3d do. 


17,17 



142 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY H, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


Charles N. Hendricks, . 


_ 


3d Class, 


16,20 


ii 




Frank A. Holberg, 






- 


3d do. 


16 


15 


X 




Charles J. Heffernan, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


(( 




Benjamin F. Hawkins, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


(« 




Frank A. Hopkins, 






- 


3d do. 


16 


16 


<( 




Robert C. Jameson, 






- 


3d do. 


16 


17 


l< 




John Lalor, . 






- 


3d do. 


17 


18 


<( 




Charles Libbv, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


(( 




John J. McDonald, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


<( 




Charles R. O'Connell, 






- 


3d do. 


16 


15 


«< 




Arthur W. Parsons, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


II 




George F. Pollock, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


II 




Henry E. Raymond, 






- 


3d do. 


16 


17 


<( 




Charles Romondt, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


(( 




Frank W. Robinson, . 






- 


3d do. 


16 


,17 


(< 




Charles W. Rogers, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


«( 




Edward B. Stoddard, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


17 


<< 




Wilfred Toranzo, . 






- 


3d do. 


18 


17 


(< 




Henry F. Weare, . 






- 


3d do. 


18 


16 


II 




Charles M. H. Young, 






— 


3d do. 


19 


15 



COMPANY I, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Private, . 


A. H. Sisson, .... 




D. M., 


R. 


«« 


William T. Abbott, 






Prone, 


D. M., 


50, 50, 49 


Sergeant, 


Loran J. Harvey, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


Corporal, 


Edwin P. Dow, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 49, 47 


<< 


U.S. Hogan, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 46 


ii 


John Simpson, 






- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


(< 


Charles J. Jeffers, . 






- 


s. s., 


48, 50, 49 


Private, . 


Eben Stephen, Jr., 






- 


s. s., 


44, 50, 48 


Captain, 


John E. Williams, 






- 


1st Class, 


R. 


Sergeant, 


Edward C. Cann, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Bugler, . 


James S. Bean, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Private, . 


Ernest C. Atwood, 






- 


1st do. 


42,42 


<« 


Albert H. Gray, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


<( 


Horace N. Pervear, 






- 


1st do. 


42,42 


Corporal, 


Walter H. Chamberlair 


t, 




- 


2d do. 


20,21 


Private, . 


L. B. Bowlby, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<( 


Daniel Condon, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


ii 


Charles Cotting, . 






- 


2d do. 


22,24 


it 


Charles R. Laurie, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


ii 


Joseph Pocket, 






- 


2d do. 


18,21 


ii 


Harrv A. Dow, 






- 


3d do. 


15,17 


«i 


John'W. McCarthy, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 19 


«< 


Jesse McKinner, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


K 


Charles S. Moore, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


(i 


Richard N. Vances, 






- 


3d do. 


15,16 


(i 


Manley E. Wood, 






- 


3d do. 


15,19 


Sergeant, 


Harry A. Carter, . 






■ - 


2d do. 


- 


Private, . 


George W. Canney, 






• _ 


1st do. 


- 


u 


Mortimer Couhig, 






- 


2d do. 


- 


ti 


John Connell, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


ii 


J. Walter Connell, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


<< 


L. L. Lent, . 






- 


3d do. 


- 


<( 


M. A. Lockwood, . 






- 


3d do. 


- 


<< 


John W. Parsons, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


<< 


William H. Perry, 






- 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


Albert A. Cannery, 






- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


Oscar L. Bacheller, 






- 


2d do. 


- 


Lieutenant, . 


Frank H. Doicney, 






- 


1st do. 


— 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



143 



COMPANY K, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Sergeant, 


Edwin Flye, 


Prone, 


S. S., 


47, 48, 47 


Corporal, 


A. E. Ayers, . 








- 


S. s., 


R. 


Musician, 


C. H. Walker, 








- 


s. s., 


50, 48, 50 


Private, . 


J. W. Babbitt, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


50, 48, 46 


II 


B. A. Bedell, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


II 


J. Bean, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 49, 46 


(< 


T. E. Blodgett, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


II 


A. P. Chase, . 








Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


II 


E. P. Hammond, 








_ 


s. s., 


47, 48, 46 


Sergeant, 


L. \V. Watson, 








Prone, 


1st Class, 


42,43 


Lieutenant, . 


F. L. Esty, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,43 


Corporal, 


F. D. Nimblett, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 42 


Private, . 


F. W. Killani, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


46,48 


ii 


C. E. Killam, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


45,42 


Sergeant, 


A. H. Cook, . 








- 


2d do. 


23,21 


ii 


M. C. Robblie, 








_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, . 


J Brissette, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<i 


M. J. Cook, . 








_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


0. L. Curtis, . 








- 


2d do. 


21,21 


<< 


E. E. Cann, . 








_ 


2d do. 


18,20 


(< 


T. Duffy, 








_ 


2d do. 


R. 


ii 


H. A. Guppy, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 


D. E. Ingrabam, 








- 


2d do. 


18,18 


ii 


J. W. Lyon, . 








- 


'2d do. 


18, 19 


<( 


E. 0. Lawson, 








_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


J. J. Murphy, 








- 


2d do. 


18,20 


ii 


M. C. Marston, 








- 


2d do. 


19. 21 


ii 


F. W. Purdy, 








- 


2d do. 


18,21 


ii 


Charles Potter, 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


i< 


J. J. Romev, 








_ 


2d do. 


R. 


Lieutenant, . 


H. W. French, 








_ 


2d do. 


19,19 


Private, . 


C. F. Mackenzie, . 








_ 


2d do. 


18,20 


ii 


A. 0. Gould, 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


C. L. Hamilton, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 


D. J. Linehan, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


• < 


M. S. Smith, . 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 16 


o 


J. B. Sullivan, 








_ 


3d do. 


15,17 


It 


H. Vanidustine, . 








_ 


3d do. 


17,17 


II 


J. W. Jackman, 








_ 


3d do. 


_ 


(1 


F. I. Maynard, 








- 


- 


- 


II 


J. I. Meade, . 








_ 


3d do. 


- 


II 


James Mains, 








_ 


2d do. 


_ 


<( 


J. J. Meade, . 








_ 


_ 


_ 


II 


Ed. A. Phelps, 








- 


- 


- 


II 


F. J. Rooney, 








- 


2d Class, 


- 


(( 


A. Smiley, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


(< 


F. L. Wells, . 








- 


3d do. 


- 


(( 


J. Wrest, 








- 


3d do. 


_ 


II 


E. V. Withy, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


II 


E. N. Berry, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


J. A. Nimblett, 








■" 


3d do. 


— 



COMPANY L, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 


James Forbes, .... 




S. S., 


46, 49, 46 


Sergeant, 


Eugene Larivee, . 






— 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


Private, . 


William McNiff, . 






_ 


s. s., 


R. 


Sergeant, 


Alexander Provost, 






_ 


s. s., 


46, 48, 47 


Corporal, 


Patrick Regan, 






_ 


s. s., 


44, 49, 46 


Sergeant, 


William D. Smith, 






_ 


s. s.. 


45, 48, 47 


Private, . 


John K. Fish, 






- 


1st Class, 


R. 



144 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY L, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Kane. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


John D. McRobbie, 


' 1st Class, 


R. 


Sergeant, 


George H. Wilton, 






I 1st do. 


44, 45 


Private, . 


Christian A. Anderson, 






- ! 2d do. 


R. 


Sergeant, 


John S. Anderson, 






2.d do. 


R. 


Private, . 


Clifford E. Batcheller, 






2d do. 


18, 19 


Lieutenant, . 


James L. Brackett, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


Private, . 


Ralph S. Brown, . 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


II 


John J. Doherty, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


«« 


Horace A. Fish, . 






- 


2d do. 


19 


,21 


Corporal, 


Joseph Kelley, 






- 


2d do. 


1 


I. 


ii 


John F. Shea, 






- 


2d do. 


22 


22 


Bugler, . 


Alexander H. Andersoi 


1, 




- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


t* 


George A. Armitage, 






- 


3d do. 


17 


15 


a 


Eugene A. Benoit, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


<< 


Samuel W. Beattie, 






- 


3d do. 


20 


15 


•i 


Peter J. Bereerow, 






- 


3d do. 


16 


18 


«« 


Frank S. Buckley, 






- 


3d do. 


16 


16 


ii 


Peter Caron. . 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


Lieutenant, . 


Joseph S. Chambers, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


Private, . 


Michael Collopy, . 






- 


3d do. 


16 


15 


<« 


Charles T. Connors, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


ii \ ' 


James E. Connors, 






_ 


3d do. 


19 


17 


(< 


John A. Cunningham, 






_ 


3d do. 


15 


15 


Corporal, 


Frank's. Dean, 






- 


3d do. 


17 


19 


Private, . 


Charles H. Drew, . 






- 


3d do. 


15 


18 


ii 


Joseph J. Ford, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


ii 


Thomas A. Gildea, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


(< 


Thomas J. Hewitt, 






_ 


3d do. 


15 


15 


ii 


Michael J. Haggerty, . 






- 


3d do. 


15 


17 


• 


Dennis A. Hallaeron, . 






- 


3d do. 


17 


17 


ii 


Richard P. Lawless, 






_ 


3d do. 


15 


15 


<< 


Joseph G. Logan, . 






- 


3d do. 


17 


17 


(< 


Domminick McAree, 






_ 


3d do. 


15 


15 


<« 


George Merrifield, 






_ 


3d do. 


16 


17 


«< 


Matthew M. Newall, 






- 


3d do. 


16 


18 


<< [ \ 


John J. O'Connor, 






- 


3d do. 


16 


15 


<« 


Lawrence J. O'Leary, 






- 


3d do. 


16 


18 


(« 


John H. "Wilson, . 






- 


3d do. 


19 


15 


ii 


William Baylake, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


ii 


Richard Collopy, . 






- 


3d do. 


- 


M 


James W. Johnson, 






- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


Louis X. Rondeau, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


(< 


Ernest N. Wheelock, 






- 


3d do. 







COMPANY M, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, . 


George L. Marshall, 


Prone, 


S. s., 


46, 47, 47 


Sergeant, 


F. W. Pierce, 




- 


D. M., 


R. 


Private, . 


Alonzo T. Wonson, 




- 


S. S., 


R. 


Lieutenant, . 


Herbert W. Whitten, . 




Prone, 


s. s., 


48, 50. 47 


Private, . 


Frank W. Allen, . 




- 


2d Class, 


21.23 


ii 


Fred A. W. Armstrong, 




- 


2d do. 


R. 


<i 


Thomas G. Armstrong, 




- 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 


Arthur W. Briggs, 




- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Sergeant, 


George I. Canfield, 




- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Private, . 


Harry A. Cameron, 




- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Corporal, 


Hiram D. Clark, . 




- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Private, . 


"William H. Clendenin, . 




- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


Frederick B Crowell, . 




- 


2d do. 


R. 


«< 


John H. Dakin, 




- 


2d do. 


19,21 


Corporal, 


Frank E. Draper, . 




~ 


2d do. 


18,20 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



145 



COMPANY M, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Position 
at 500 
Yards. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1896. 



Corporal, 

Private, . 

<( 

Sergeant, 



Corpora 
Private, 


, 


u 




<( 


. . 


<« 




«( 




(« 




«( 




(t 




<< 




<( 


, . 


«< 




<< 




(1 




(I 




<< 


' 


it 


• 


«< 




II 




<< 




Bugler, . 
Private, 


• 


<« 




Corporal 
Private, . 


» 


u 




<< 




«< 




«< 


9 


Captain, 
Private, . 


• 


(< 


. 



John Kenny, . 
Morton F. Sanborn, 
William Kenny, . 
Henry B. Wilson, . 
Joseph E. Wiley, . 
Harold H. Clark, . 
G. Howard Bodge, 
Charles E. Chamberlai 
Everett H. Collupy, 
Carroll R. Collupy, 
William T. Gamage, 
Fred T. Grant, 
Louis L. Hanaford, 
Frank E. Hutchinson, 
Joseph A. Jones, . 
Frank B. Knowles, 
Charles H. Kossman, 
Oscar A.. Nelson, . 
John M. Pearson. . 
Richard W. Phillips, 
John W. Stagg, . 
Norman H. Smith, 
Clarence R. Stewart, 
Thomas W. Wilson, 
Richard I. Webb, . 
Harry L. Woodworth, 
Herbert E. Bennett, 
Robert R. Collupy, 
Alvah F. Dole, 
Frank P. Edicards, 
Oscar J. Frctchoff, 
Arthur R. McLalan, 
Melbourne F. Jones, 
Charles A. McDonald, 
Horace M. Parsons, 
Fred. S. Riggs, 
George W. Tibbetts, 



2d Class, 


20,21 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


21,22 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


19, 19 


3d do. 


15, 17 


3d do. 


16, 17 


3d do. 


16, 16 


3d do. 


16,17 


3d do. 


17,18 


3d do. 


15, 17 


3d do. 


15, 17 


3d do. 


15, 20 


3d do. 


17,18 


3d do. 


16, 16 


3d do. 


IT), 19 


3d do. 


15, 16 


3d do. 


17,20 


3d do. 


16, 17 


3d do. 


15, 18 


3d do. 


17,21 


3d do. 


16, 17 


3d do. 


16, 21 


3d do. 


15, 16 


3d do. 


16,17 


3d do. 


- 


3d do. 


- 


3d do. 


- 


2d do. 


- 


2d do. 


- 


3d do 


- 


3d do. 


- 


3d do. 


- 


2d do. 


- 


S. S., 


- 


3d Class, 


- 



FIELD AND STAFF, NINTH 


REGIMENT 


INFANTRY. 


Lieutenant, . 


John Breen, . 




Prone, 


D. M., 


47, 49, 47 


Colonel, 


Fred B Bogan, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 49, 46 


Maior, . 


Wm. H. Donovan, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


48, 50, 50 


Lieut. Col., . 


L. J. Logan, . 






- 


2d Class, 


18, 19 


Major, . 


! P. J. Grady, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,18 


Chaplain, 


James Lee, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Lieutenant, . 


D. F. Callaghan, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


Q. M. Sergt.,. 


Wm. Nugent, . . * 






- 


3d do. 


15,16 


Major, . 


M. J. O'Connor, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


W. H Devine, 






— 


2d do. 


— 



COMPANY A, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Private, . 


J. R. Cuddy 


Prone, 


S. S., 


46, 48, 47 


Sergeant, 


F. C. Frost, 


Prone, 


1st Class, 


44,43 


Private, . 


John Ford 


Prone, 


1st do. 


43,43 


ii 


M.Doyle,' 


Prone, 


1st do. 


42,44 


ii 


Charles McCarthy, 


Prone, 


1st do. 


42,43 



146 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY A, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Corporal, 


Thomas P. Wythe, 


Prone, 


1st Class, 


44,43 


Private, . 


James L. Molioy, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


43,43 


Corporal, 


A. W. Bradley, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


Sergeant, 


W. J. Curtis, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


Corporal, 


M. J. Conway, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


Private, . 


B. Clements, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


n 


William Doherty, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


(« 


E. J. Donigan, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Musician, 


0. W. Flynn, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, . 


R. Hennig, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Sergeant, 


M. Jenkins, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Captain, . 


1). J. Keefe, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


Sergeant, 


P. J. Leahy, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Private, . 


L. T. O'Brien, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


ii 


M. O'Donovan, 






_ 


2d do. 


19, 18 


Lieutenant, . 


G. M. Rogers, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


«< 


T. J. Sullivan, 






_ 


2d do. 


20,21 


Private, . 


J. J. Murphy, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


J. J. Cassidy, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Corporal, 


M. D. Connor, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Private, . 


James Donahoe, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


(i 


James Gallagher, . 






_ 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(< 


F. J. Garrity, 






_ 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<t 


C. A. Leishman, . 






- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


ii 


David McNeil, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


ii 


Charles E. O'Neil, 






_ 


3d do. 


16, 18 


(< 


J. F. O'Neil, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


James McDonald, 






_ 


3d do. 


15,15 


ii 


Patrick Shine, 






_ 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


John Sammon, 






_ 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<< 


James Wilson, 






— 


3d do. 


17, 16 



COMPANY B, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 

Corporal, 



Sergeant, 

Corporal, 

Private, . 

Captain, 

Corporal, 
ii 

Bugler, . 
Private, . 



Corporal, 
Private, . 



James F Walsh, . 
John J. Hickey, . 
Louis C Fanning, 
Robert F. Arnold, 
George F. B. Crowton, 
William J. White, 
Thomas D. McLeod, 
Joseph P. A. Donahoe, 
Geo. F. H. Murray, 
Henry A. Healey, 
Thomas F. McGarry, 
Neil F. Carroll, . 
John Carnie, . 
James A Conroy, 
Frank Dingee, 
Cornelius J. Healey, 
Lawrence W. Lawlor, 
Thomas F. Murphy, 
John E. L. Monaghan, 
James J. Graham, 
Charles Breslin, . 
Michael J. Callahan, 
John A. Downey, . 
Frederick J. Garvey, 
Michael P. Geary, 
George A. Gillard, 
John Greene, 



Prone, 



s. s 


• , 


s. s 


•> 


S. 5 


• , 


S. 5 


»•» 


S. S 




1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



45, 49, 47 

44, 48, 49 

45, 48, 46 
45, 48, 48 
45, 48, 47 

R. 
42,44 
43,45 
19,21 
18, 23 

18, 18 
20, 18 
20, 18 

19, 19 
19, 18 
18, 18 
23,21 
21,21 
18, 19 

16, 16 
15, 16 

17, 15 
15, 16 
15, 15 
15, 16 
15, 15 
15, 16 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



147 



COMPANY B, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


William C. Honneus, . 




3d Class, 


15, 16 


(i 




John C. Hovle, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


it 




Michael J. Jordan, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<( 




John P. Kellev, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 




Matthew A. Kelley, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 19 


«< 




Patrick Kenney, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


ii 




Samuel Killips, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


<< 




Thomas J. Kirov, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 




Ivon P. Mahonev, 








_ 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<< 




John J. Morrissey, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 




Francis J. O'Hare, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


<i 




John J. Peard, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 




Samuel V. Reed, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 




Robert E. Rorke, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 




Dennis J. Swanson, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


Sergeant, 


Peter J. Broughall, 








- 


S. S., 


- 


Lieutenant, . 


Michael J. Desmo?id, . 








- 


1st Class, 


- 


Private, . 


Andrew C. Fabian, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Sergeant, 


James A. Guthrie, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


ii 


John J. Donahoe, . 








- 


3d do. 


- 


Private, . 


Cornelius J. Lyons, 








— 


3d do. 


" 



COMPANY C, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sergeant, 



Private, . 
Lieutenant, 
Bugler, . 
Lieutenant, 
Corporal, 



Private, 



Captain, 



William H. Burns, 
William F. Henderson, 
Maurice Bowlen, . 
Bernard A. Battles, 
Eugene McLoughlin, 
Joseph J. Foley, . 
George W. Lane, . 
Henry Crane, 
John F. Powers, . 
Matthew F. Flynn, 
George Graham, . 
Jeremiah J. Brady, 
Maurice J. Cashman, 
John H. Cushnie, . 
Thomas J. Lane, . 
James J. Gallino, . 
Joseph J. Murphy, 
Thomas MacCarthy, 
Jeremiah O'Brien, 
John J. O'Toole, . 
James T. Quinn, . 
Samuel P. Wiley, . 
Daniel F. Donovan, 
Daniel J. Donovan, 
John J. Dorcey, . 
Frank R. Boltz, . 
Louis Cortissiz, 
Thomas A. Foley, 
Peter F. Mahaney, 
John T. MeSorley, 
Thomas W. Morrison, 
Michael T. O'Brien, 
Daniel P. O'Neil, . 
William L. Forrest, 
Peter J. Rafters, . 
John F. Toland, . 
Thomas F. Quinlan, 



S. 


3., 


s. . 


5., 


s. 


3., 


S. i 


3., 


8.1 


3., 


1st 


Class, 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



R. 

46, 49, 48 

47, 48, 49 
44, 49, 49 

R. 
43,43 



43 
21 

18 
20 
19 
20 
IS 
21 
18 
18 
21 
18 
18 
21 
21 
19 
16 
15 
15 
15 
15 
17 
16 
16 
15 
15 
15 
16 
17 
15 



42 
21 
18 
20 
19 
20 
18 
21 
18 
18 
23 
18 
18 
19 
22 
18 
16 
15 
15 
15 
16 
15 
16 
16 
15 
15 
15 
15 
16 
16 



148 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY C, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY— Concluded. 







Po "" ft n Record 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 r ,a S8 
Yards. Ua88 ' 


1896. 


Sergeant, 


Lawrence M. Ryan, 


_ 


s. s., 


_ 


Corporal, 


John J. Donovan, .... 


- 


3d Class, 


- 


Private, . 


James D. Hart, .... 


- 


3d do. 


- 


t « 


John R. Harrington, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


<( 


Joseph A. McDonald, . 


- 


2d do. 




<< 


Andrew J. Murphy, 


*■ 


2d do. 





COMPANY D, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Private, . 

Sergeant, 

Lieutenant, 

Corporal, 

Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 

Private, . 



Captain, 
Private, . 
Corporal, 
Private, . 



Corporal, 
Private, . 



Corporal, 
Private, . 



Corporal, 
Private, . 



Sergeant, 
Private, . 



Corporal, 
Private, . 



Sergeant, 
Private, . 



Musician, 



William T. Bibby, 
Charles E. Brines, 
John B. Carey, Jr., 
Samuel Connors, . 
David M. Crotty, . 
James J. Doyle, . 
John W. Durkin, . 
Thomas Maguire, . 
Patrick Magner, . 
Francis T. L. Magurn, 
John J. McCusker, 
Bernard J. McCarron, 
Edward A. Murphy, 
Daniel J. Murphy, 
Daniel M. Nelligan, 
Joseph C. Stratton, 
Frank E. Ahern, . 
John J. Annodo, . 
James J. Bonner, . 
Charles E. Burke, Jr., 
Joseph P. Burke, . 
William J. Cotter, 
Dennis F. Daley, . 
Joseph A. Dart, . 
John J. Doyle, Jr., 
James E. Dustin, . 
Cornelius T. Forde, 
James B. Goggin, . 
Thomas E. Glynn, 
Alex. Hunzleman, 
Michael J. Kenney, 
Richard Landy, 
James Lappin, 
John J. Magner, . 
William J. Mangan, 
Edward J. McBride, 
Frank McCarthy, . 
Cornelius L. McDevitt, 
Owen P. McKenna, 
James McTiernan, 
William H. Meade, 
Edward J. Merrick, 
Frank H. Morse, . 
John H. Murray, . 
Edward O'Brien, . 
Charles O'Neil, . 
Maurice J. Power, 
Percy D. Sawyer, . 
Michael J. Sheehan, 
John A. Sheibeler, 
John D. Tobin, . 
j Thomas E. Terrio, 



2d Class, 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 



19, 18 
19, 18 
21,23 
19, 19 
19,21 
18, 19 
22, 21 
18, 18 
20,20 
18, 18 
18, 19 
21,21 
19,18 
18, 19 
18, 19 
19,19 
17, 16 

15, 15 

16, 16 
16, 17 
15, 16 
15, 15 
16,20 
15, 15 

15, 17 

16, 15 

16, 15 
15, 16 
15, 15 
17,17 
15, 15 

17, 17 

15, 17 
17,17 

16, 16 

15, 15 

16, 15 
15, 15 
15, 15 

15, 15 

16, 15 

18, 15 
17,19 
16, 16 
16, 16 
16, 18 
16, 16 
16, 15 
15, 15 
15, 15 
15,15 
16,15 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



149 



COMPANY D, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, . 

«« 

ii 

K 

Sergeant, 
Private, . 


Joseph J. Trainor, 

Nichols Wallace, .... 

William Wallace 

Edward J. Carney, 

John J. Duyer, .... 

Michael J. Higgins, 


- 


3d Class, 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 


17,15 

15, 15 

16, 16 



COMPANY E, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Private, . 


Eugene S. Rice, .... 


Prone, 


S. S., 


44, 49, 47 


Captain, 


John J. Sullivan, . 






Prone, 


1st Class, 


42, 42 


Sergeant, 


Daniel P. Sullivan, 






Prone, 


1st 


do. 


44,42 


Lieutenant, . 


John J. Barry, 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Corporal, 


William H. Stevens, 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


ti 


Joseph F. Hankin, 






- 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


Private, 




| Arthur F. Grady, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


<> 




Daniel J. Kennedy, 






- 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


i» 




James J. Talbot, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


19,21 


it 




Hugh B. Molloy, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


it 




John J. Brennan, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


i< 




John A. Dunn, 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Corporal, 


Cornelius J. Driscoll, 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


«i 


Joseph P. Galvin, . 






- 


3d 


do. 


18, 16 


<< 


James M. Monks, . ' 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Private, . 




Lorenzo B. Crowley, 






- 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


it 




John J. Dempsey,. 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


i< 




John A. Flynn, 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


it 




Daniel J. Gearin, . 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


it 




Michael J. Hayden, 






- 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


ii 




Thomas P. Healey, 






- 


3d 


do 


15, 16 


it 




Henry J. Mullaney, 






- 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


it 




Patrick T. Ryan, . 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


ii 




Patrick J. Sullivan, 






— 


3d 


do. 


17,17 


ii 




Patrick J. Toland, 






_ 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


ii 




Charles E. Earle, . 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


ii 




William J. Murphy, 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


ii 




Edward F. Joyce, 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


ii 




Matthew J. Lavin, 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Sergeant, 


James M. Griffin, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


- 


it 


E. J. Fennessey, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


- 


Corporal, 


Michael J. Sullivan, 






- 


2d 


do. 


- 


Sergeant, 


John H. Kyle, 






- 


3d 


do. 


- 


Private, . 


Louis J. Brady, 






- 


3d 


do. 


- 


ii 




Charles E. McCarthy, 






- 


3d 


do. 


- 


it 




Daniel F. Mehagan, 






- 


3d 


do. 


- 


ii 




Thomas M. O'Brien, 






- 


3d 


do. 


- 


ii 




John A. O'Connor, 






- 


2d 


do. 


- 


it 




William W. Reynolds, 






— 


3d 


do. 


— 



COMPANY F, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 


J. H. Joubert, .... 




D. M., 


50, 50, 47 


Private, . 


Jeremiah P. Reardon, . 




_ 


D. M., 


49, 49, 48 


Sergeant, 


John Kane, . 




- 


S. S , 


46, 48, 47 


Private, . 


James O'Neill, 




_ 


S. S., 


48, 48, 48 


ii 


Samuel M. Reilly, 




Prone, 


S. S., 


46, 48, 48 


it 


Peter H. Walsh, . 




- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 49 


ii 


Charles H. Shirley, 




— 


1st Class, 


44, 44 



150 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY F, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY - Concluded. 



Ran 


k. Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Corporal 


, . William H. Gemmell, . 


_ 


S. S., 


R. 


Sergeant 


, . James Moran, 






- 


1st Class, 


R. 


tt 


. Robert W. Patterson, 






- 


S. S., 


R. 


Private, 


. Florence Barden, . 






- 


2d Class, 


18, 18 


t< 


Bernard Boyle, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


Sergeant 


, . John F. Devine, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Private, 


. Nicholas Fortune, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


«< 


. Thomas F. Gallagher, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Corporal 


, . John J. Harrison, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Private, 


. Thomas McDonough, 






- 


2d do. 


19,19 


X 


. Patrick J. O'Callaghan 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


«« 


. William P. Sheehan, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


II 


. George R. Snell, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Corporal 


, . Edward Ward, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, 


. Napoleon Langevin, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 


. John D. Riordan, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


H 


. Michael Howard, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


Lieutena 


nt, . Patrick A. Satids, 






- 


1st do. 


_ 


«« 


Michael S. Boles, . 






- 


1st do. 


_ 


Private, 


Thomas F. Cunning har 


n, 




- 


2d do. 


- 


Musiciar 


i, . Joseph Donohoe, . 






- 


2d do. 


- ■ 


Private, 


Charles Holroyd, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 


Corpora] 


, . John J. Kelleher, . 






- 


2d do. 


_ 


Sergeant 


, . Timothy A. Kennedy, 






- 


2d do. 


- 


Private, 


Timothy F. O'Neill, 






- 


2d do. 


- 






Murty Dugan, 






- 


2d do. 


- 






Peter Graham, 






- 


2d do. 


- 






. Edward F. Sullivan, 






- 


2d do. 


_ 






William T. Grant, 






- 


2d do. 


_ 






Patrick Quinn, 






- 


2d do. 


- 






James H. Broivn, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 






Bernard Cunningham, 






- 


2d do. 


- 






James F. Whittaker, 






- 


2d do. 


- 






John T. Barrett, . 






- 


3d do. 


_ 






Charles Collins, . 






- 


3d do. 


_ 






Robert Dunbar, 






- 


3d do. 


_ 


Corporal 


, . Thomas F. Potcers, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


<< 


Timothy Lannon, . 






" 


3d do. 


— 



COMPANY G, NINTH BEGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 


Jeremiah Moynihan, . 




8. S., 


44, 49, 46 


Lieutenant, . 


Matthew E. Hines, 






- 


S. S , 


45, 49, 48 


<> 


John F. Hurley, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 48, 47 


Sergeant, 


Michael J. Horan, 






- 


s. s., 


46, 49, 48 


Corporal, 


Thomas F. Lavin, 






- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


Sergeant, 


Patrick J. McManus, 






- 


1st Class. 


42, 47 


k 


William F. Casey, 






- 


1st do. 


42, 44 


<( 


Patrick J. Moynihan, 






- 


1st do. 


42, 45 


Corporal, 


John J. Corliss, 






- 


1st do. 


42,43 


u 


Charles Degnan, . 






- 


1st do. 


46,43 


n 


Michael McCartin, 






- 


1st do. 


47,46 


(« 


John D. McSweenev, 






- 


1st do. 


42,44 


Private, . 


Timothv J. McAuliffe, 






- 


1st do. 


44,42 


<< 


John O'Reillv, 






- 


1st do. 


42,43 


«< 


Patrick J. Sullivan, 






- 


1st do. 


42,45 


«« 


James F. Sullivan, 






- 


1st do. 


43,42 


u 


Thomas F. Lawlor, 






- 


1st do. 


42,43 


Sergeant, 


William E. McCann, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Bugler, . 


Peter F. Sullivan, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, . 


Edward E. Buckley, . 






~ 


2d do. 


19,20 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



151 



COMPANY G, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, . 


John Casey, 




2d Class, 


18, 18 


ti 




James A. Casey, . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 


18 


(< 




John J. Creaven, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


.I 




William P. Chenery, . 








- 


2d do. 


20 


21 


(< 




Frank H. Doran, . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 


19 


II 




John J. Fitzgerald, 








_ 


2d do. 


18 


18 


ll 




John T. Green, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


21 


11 




John F. Horan, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 


19 


<« 




James F. King, 








- 


2d do. 


2U 


20 


II 




John F. Kilev; 






- 


2d do. 


20 


18 


<« 




Thomas F. Kelliher, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 


18 


(( 




Patrick J. Prendeville, 








- 


2d do. 


19 


19 


(1 




John Price, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


<( 




Robert H. Rooney, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


II 




Henrv Sullivan, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


(( 




Timothy F. Shea,. 








- 


2d do. 


22 


21 


II 




David J. Burke, . 








- 


3d do. 


16 


16 


<( 




Michael C. Brophy, 








- 


3d do. 


17 


15 


«« 




Thomas J. Chenerv, 








- 


3d do. 


15 


17 


<( 




Frank P. Doyle, . 








- 


3d do. 


15 


17 


<« 




John Farrell, 








- 


3d do. 


15 


, 15 


(« 




Daniel Gardner, . 








- 


3d do. 


17 


15 


II 




Timothy L. Griffin, 








- 


3d do. 


16 


» 16 


it 




Michael K. Higgins, 








- 


3d do. 


16 


15 


<< 




Patrick W. Helm, 






- 


3d do. 


17 


, 16 


it 




James P. Holmes, 








3d do. 


15 


, 15 


(1 




John Lark in, 






- 


:id do. 


15 


, 19 


II 




James H. Lyons, . 






- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


II 




George Brosnan, . 






- 


3d do. 


15 


, 15 


<< 




James F. McTiernan, 








- 


3d do. 


15 


■ 15 


II 




James J. McLaughlin, 








- 


3d do. 


18 


, 16 


II 




James McGrath, . 








- 


3d do. 


15 


, 15 


<« 




John F. Murphy, . 








- 


3d do. 


17 


, 16 


II 




Jeremiah J. Moynihan, 








_ 


3d do. 


15 


, 16 


«t 




Charles J. O'Connor, 








- 


3d do. 


15 


i 19 


<< 




Thomas F. Wiseman, 










3d do. 


15 


, 16 



COMPANY H, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 


John J. Haves, .... 


Prone, 


1st Class, 


45, 


46 


Lieutenant, . 


Benjamin J. Flanigan, 








Prone, 


1st 


do. 


46, 


46 


Sergeant, 


James A. Bragan, 








Prone, 


1st 


do. 


46, 


47 


it 


Patrick Croak, 








Prone, 


1st 


do. 


46, 


45 


<( 


Michael J. Ratigan, 








Prone, 


1st 


do. 


43, 


44 


Lieutenant, . 


Thomas F. Clarke, 








- 


2d 


do. 


18, 


19 


Corporal, 


James Reardon, . 








- 


2d 


do. 


19, 


20 


ii 


James P. Clark, . 








- 


2d 


do. 


19, 


20 


Private, 




Patrick J. Donohue, 








- 


2d 


do. 


18, 


18 


ii 




Thomas A. Costello, 








- 


2d 


do. 


18, 


18 


ii 




Edward Downev, 








- 


2d 


do. 


18, 


19 


<< 




Henrv C. Eagan, . 








- 


2d 


do. 


19, 


20 


<i 




Henrv Keene, 








- 


2d 


do. 


18, 


18 


(< 




Cornelius J. Lvnch, 








- 


2d 


do. 


19, 


19 


ii 




Michael J. McNealv, 








- 


2d 


do. 


18, 


19 


i< 




Francis J. Odematt, 








- 


2d 


do. 


19, 


20 


(< 




John J. Perkins, . 








- 


2d 


do. 


18, 


18 


ii 




Fred F. Sears, 








- 


2d 


do. 


18, 


19 


Sergeant, 


Patrick H. Sullivan, 








— 


3d 


do. 


15, 


17 


Corporal, 


Harrv J. Hayes, . 








- 


3d 


do. 


15, 


16 


Private, . 


Frank C. Harrington, 








- 


3d 


do. 


15, 


15 


ii 


Peter L. Denning, 








- 


3d 


do. 


16, 


16 



152 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY H, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Ran 


K. 2SAME. 


Position 
at 600 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, 


. James J. Denning, 




3d Class, 


16,16 






. John P. Fox, 






- 


3d do 


15 


16 






. Joseph S. Donohue, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 






. Robert F. Flint, . 






- 


3d do. 


15 


,17 






. William H. Gummo, 






_ 


3d do 


15 


16 






. John C. Gibbon, . 






_ 


3d do. 


16 


16 






. Thomas H. Grady, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 






. James H. Kirby, . 








3d do. 


15 


15 






. Stephen Joy. . 








3d do. 


15 


16 






. William J. Murphy, 








3d do. 


15 


17 






. Michael J. McDonough 


? 






3d do. 


15 


16 






. Thomas J. Parks, 








3d do. 


15 


15 






. Randall W. Parquet, 








3d do. 


15 


16 






. Thomas J. Ryan, . 






- 


3d do. 


16 


16 






. William Rasfey, . 






_ 


3d do. 


15 


17 






. Thomas L. Rourke, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 






. James W. Slater, . 








3d do. 


15 


17 






. Eleazer C. Twitchell, 








3d do. 


16 


16 






. William R. White, 








3d do. 


15 


15 






. James Welsh, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 


17 






. John Whalen, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 


16 






. John J. Commerford, . 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 




. John P. Ryan, 






— 


3d do. 


— 



COMPANY I, NINTH 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Captain, 


John H. Dunn, .... 




S. S., 


45, 48, 47 


Lieutenant, . 


James A. Cully, . 






- 


S. 8., 


45, 49, 47 


Sergeant, 


Peter F. Clancy, . 






- 


S.S., 


45, 48, 48 


Corporal, 


Francis A. Brown, 






Prone, 


1st Class, 


42,41 


Private, . 


Patrick J. Grogan, 






- 


1st do. 


43,44 


u 


John A. McCarthy, 






*■ 


1st do. 


43,43 


Sergeant, 


Edward J. Griffin, 








2d do. 


18, 18 


it 


John J. Glavey, . 








2d do. 


19, 18 


Corporal, 


James T. Kilroe, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


(< 


Peter H. Galligan, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


(i 


Robert H. Fellows, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


Private, . 


John J. Clancy, . 






_ 


2d do. 


R. 


«< 


John L. Goode, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


James O'Lally, 






_ 


2d do. 


18,20 


ii 


Frank J. Perkins, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


ii 


Thomas F. Phillips, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


ii 


John T. Murphy, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


ii 


William H. Z wicker, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<< 


John T. Jennings, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


«< 


John Birmingham, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(< 


William Clancy, . 






- 


3d do. 


15,16 


«« 


Joseph V. Clancy, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


u 


John P. Coughlin, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


II 


Daniel J. Driscoll, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


«( 


Daniel Feeley, 






- 


3d do. 


16,15 


(« 


Daniel P. Feeley, . 






_ 


3d do. 


16, 15 


«< 


Frank H. Hilton, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


William Kobs, 






_ 


3d do. 


16,16 


(< 


Charles L. Kimball, 






— 


3d do. 


16, 15 


<< 


Michael F. King, . 






- 


3d do. 


16,15 


<< 


Michael F. Leonard, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


«< 


John J. Moriarty, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


II 


John E. Moynihan, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


<< 


James McManus, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


II 


Thomas J. Porlier, 






~ 


3d do. 


16, 15 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



153 



COMPANY I, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Position 
at 500 
"Yards. 



Record 

Class. 



Range Work. 
1896. 



Private, . 
it 

Lieutenant, 
Corporal, 



Edward F. Saul, . 
Bert. Smith, . 
William J. Casey, 
Emmet J. Larkin, 



3d Class, 
3d do. 
2d do. 
3d do. 



16, 16 
16, 16 



COMPANY K, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, . 


P. J. Cannon, 




S. S., 


45, 48, 46 


Sergeant, 


Mathew Connelley, 








- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Private, . 


Arthur M. Farmer, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 48, 47 


<( 


Michael F. Gallagher, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


Corporal, 


Joseph H. Goodier, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


50, 48, 46 


Private, . 


John J. King, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 46 


Corporal, 


Joseph Newell, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


Private, . 


Austin A. O'Malley, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 46 


Captain, 


Win. F. Shaughnessey, 








- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


Private, . 


Edward Boyle, 








- 


1st Class, 


42,43 


Lieutenant, . 


John B. Gallagher, 








- 


1st do. 


42 


42 


Private, . 


Irving F. Goodwin, 








- 


1st do. 


42 


43 


Sergeant, 


Martin J. llealey, . 








- 


1st do. 


44 


42 


1 1 


Martin F. Joyce, . 








- 


1st do. 


42 


48 


Corporal, 


Michael King, 








- 


1st do. 


43 


48 


Private, . 


Patrick Kirbv, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42 


42 


ii 


Michael F. O'Malley, 








- 


1st do. 


43 


42 


ii 


Michael F. O'Toole, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42 


44 


<« 


John J. Pender, 








Prone, 


1st do- 


42 


41 


<« 


Henry J. Tierney, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43 


45 


Sergeant, 


John J. Boyle, 








- 


2d do. 


20 


18 


Private, . 


"William Burke, . 








- 


2d do. 


20 


19 


(< 


Michael J. Byrne, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


it 


William Donnellon, 








_ 


2d do. 


18 


18 


Corporal, 


Martin J. Gannon, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


Private, . 


Patrick Hester, 








- 


2d do. 


19 


18 


«« 


Henry L. Jennings, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


<« 


Thomas Kelley, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


<< 


Thomas F. Kelley, 








- 


2d do. 


19 


18 


ii 


Joseph H. Kirby, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


<< 


James P. Kittredge, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


<( 


Joseph F. Lavelle, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


<< 


James McDonnell, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


ii 


Michael McDonnell, 








- 


2d do. 


20 


20 


ii 


James L. McLaughlin, 








- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


Corporal, 


Robert McRell, . 








- 


2d do. 


19 


21 


Private, . 


William McRell, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


<< 


John Munster, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


<( 


Patrick Murphy, . 








- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


ii 


Thomas O'Brien, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


Corporal, 


Martin F. O'Malley, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


Private, . 


Michael O'Mallev," 








- 


2d do. 


18 


20 


<« 


Patrick J. O'Malley, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


ii 


Patrick J. O'Neil, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


u 


John W. Reynolds, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


<t 


Frederick L. Smith, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


Sergeant, 


Thomas M. Ward, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


Private, . 


Patrick Ward, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 ' 


ii 


James V. Welch, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


<( 


Thomas F. Burke, 








- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


«< 


Michael F. Coyne, 








- 


3d do. 


15 


17 


<t 


William P. Duran, 








- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


<( 


Robert J. Fowler, 








- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


«< 


John J. Gibbons, . 








— 


3d do. 


16 


15 



154 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY K, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY— Concluded. 



Rank. 


Namk. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Kange Work. 
1896. 


Private, 
<< 

<( 

(< 

(i 

u 

Musician 


, 




Richard Gibbons, . 
Thomas F. Gibbons, 
John Kilcoyne, 
George J. McCulIoch, 
John P. Murphy, . 
Martin J. Salmon, 
William Thompson, 








- 


3d Class, 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 


15, 15 

16, 16 
15, 16 

15, 17 

17, 15 

16, 16 
15, 15 





COMPANY L, NINTH 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 






Captain, 


. M. E. Morris, .... 


Prone, 


D. M., 


45, 48, 47 


Private, . 


S. Bowker, . 








Prone, 


D. M , 


44, 48, 48 


Lieutenai 


it, . D. J. Murphy, 








Prone, 


S. S., 


46, 50, 46 


Sergeant, 


. C. E. Rice, . 








Prone, 


S. S., 


45, 49, 47 


<< 


. J. B. Hall, . 








Prone, 


S. S., 


44, 49, 46 


<< 


. J. H. McGee, 








Prone, 


S. S., 


47, 49, 47 


Private, . 


. F. E. Kries, . 








Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


<« 


. C. Schmeider, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 49, 48 


Lieutena 


nt, . P. Connealy, 








Prone, 


1st Class, 


42,42 


Sergeant, 


. T. J. Murphy, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42 


42 


c« 


P. J Donahoe, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 


42 


Corporal 


. J. F. Kenealy, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


44, 


43 


<< 


. S. P. Coose, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 


42 


<< 


. J. W. Kvte, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43, 


43 


<« 


. W. J. Welch, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 


43 


Private, . 


. J. D. Canty, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


44, 


43 


<« 


. 0. L. Crowley, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


44, 


43 


Corporal 


E. G. Lemay, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 


18 


<< 


. E. L. Kimball, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 


19 


Musician 


. E. F. Lucey, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 


19 


Private, . 


W. Ambler, . 








- 


2d do. 


19 


19 


«< 


. J. H. Beatty, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


t< 


. E. E. Bill, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


«( 


. P M. Bond, . 








_ 


2d do. 


19 


20 


i< 


. W. E. Boundford, 








_ 


2d do. 


18 


18 


<< 


. J. F. Brennan, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 


18 


<( 


. M. Brown, Jr., 








_ 


2d do. 


21 


21 


(< 


. W. W. Brown, 








_ 


2d do. 


18 


19 


<« 


. F. W. Cook, . 








_ 


2d do. 


20 


20 


<« 


M. J. Desmond, 








_ 


2d do. 


19 


19 


Ci 


. J. H. Driscoll, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


20 


<( 


. A. F. Dudley, 








- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


<( 


. A. H. Green, 








- 


2d do. 


20 


22 


i« 


. 0. Hart, 








- 


2d do. 


19 


21 


<< 


. C.J. Hartwell, 








- 


2d do. 


19 


19 


(< 


. H. J. Hopf, . 








- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


<< 


. E. E. Hull, . 








- 


2d do. 


22 


22 


(« 


. W. A. Hunter, 








- 


2d do. 


19 


19 


C( 


. C. W. Jones, 








_ 


2d do. 


21 


,22 


t< 


. E. A. Kenney, 








_ 


2d do. 


18 


, 18 


«( 


H. J. Lemoinc, 








_ 


2d do. 


19 


20 


tt 


. J. N. Morean. 








- 


2d do. 


20 


,20 


«< 


. P. S. O'Brien, 








_ 


2d do. 


20 


,21 


<( 


. A. F. Premont, 








_ 


2d do. 


18 


18 


<< 


. T. E. Desmond, 








_ 


3d do. 


15 


, 16 


(« 


. C. E. Green, . 








_ 


3d do. 


10 


16 


<« 


F. Schumann, 








— 


3d do. 


17 


18 


<« 


. J. N. Bowers, 








_ 


3d do. 


17 


, 17 


<< 


. A. J. Burke, . 








- 


3d do. 


15 


, 15 


it 


. W. J. Godendorf, 








- 


3d do. 


15 


,17 


tt 


. P. Klein, 








_ 


3d do. 


15 


, 15 


11 


. W. E. Julc, . 








_ 


3d do 


15 


, 15 


«< 


. W. J. Pomfred, 








_ 


3d do. 


15 


, 16 


CI 


. J. A. Todd, . 








- 


3d do. 


16 


,17 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



155 



COMPANY M, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Hank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Kecord 

Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Captain, 


A. D. Mitten, .... 


Prone, 


S. S., 


45, 48, 47 


Lieutenant, . 


J. S. Gillow, . 








Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 48, 47 


Sergeant, 


John S. Scott, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


Corporal, 


Charles E. Lang, . 








Prone, 


S. 8., 


45, 48, 46 


Private, . 


John Dempsey, 








Prone, 


S. s., 


44, 48, 47 


IC 


C. E. Estabrook, . 








- 


D. M., 


R. 


Sergeant, 


Thomas O'Connor, 








Prone, 


1st Class, 


44, 42 


Private, . 


George Dole, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43,44 


Lieutenant, . 


Phillip McXulty, . 








- 


1st do. 


R. 


Private, . 


Charles Aspin, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 20 


(i 


Arthur Brown, 








_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


u 


Stephen A. Douglas, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


Raymond Eastman, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


Ernest Ericson, . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


II 


William Ilaigh, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


t« 


John Lund, . 








_ 


2d do. 


20, 21 


<« 


Martin Pihl, . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


(1 


Martin Scan Ian, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<( 


Harry Wadsworth, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


u 


Charles Hathaway, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 


Ernest Haigh, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


II 


Samuel Ayers, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


(( 


John Bennett, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


II 


James Blakeley, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


a 


George Bagley, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<< 


George Clark, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


Corporal, 


Howard Caldwell, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Private, . 


Allison Gallupe, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


it 


Joseph Hall, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


Thomas Kennedy, 








- 


3d do. 


10, 17 


ii 


Benjamin Palmer, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 19 


«« 


Edward McGinnis, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<( 


Henry Poole, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


«< 


E. C. Laporte, 








- 


3d do 


15, 15 


ii 


James Cairns, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<< 


John Lane, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


Leon Lane, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


W. F. Sweet, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<< 


Harry W. Whitely, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Corporal , 


Clarence Whitney, 








- 


3d do. 


17,17 


Sergeant, 


Charles W. Brown, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


Winfield Cross, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


William Marley, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Corporal, 


Frank Kierce, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Private. . 


Harry Carter, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Corporal, 


Stephen Zesewetz, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Private, . 


Samuel Rogers, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


<< 


David Blakley, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


<« 


Michael Connors, . 








- 


3d do. 


— 



FIELD AND STAFF, FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY. 



Q. M. Sergt., . 


Leon W. Ham 




2d Class, 


18, 18 


Hosp. Stwd , . 


Albert L. Wvman, 




- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Chief Bugler, 


Heart/ H. Green, . 




- 


3d do. 


- 


Major, . 


Horace G. Kemp, . 




- 


S. S., 


- 


Lieutenant, . 


Horace D. Litchfield, . 




- 


3d Class, 


- 


(< 


Frank L. Locke, . 




- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


Sullivan B. Newton, 




- 


1st do. 


- 


Sergeant, 


Charles L. D. Parkhill, 




- 


1st do. 


- 


Lieutenant, . 


James W. Pierce, . 




- 


2d do. 


- 


Sergt. Major, 


Walter C. War dwell, . 




- 


3d do. 


■" 



156 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



TROOP A, FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range "Work. 
1896. 


Sergeant, 


William H. Partridge, . 


Prone, 


S. S., 


42, 46, 43 


Private, . 


George L. Wasgatt, 






Prone, 


S. S., 


43, 44, 43 


<« 


FrecUEt. Robinson, 






Prone, 


S. S., 


R. 


Musician, 


Edward W. Bettinson, . 






- 


S. S.. 


R. 


Private, • 


George H. Strout, . 






- 


1st Class, 


42,43 


<< 


Carl M. Goodspeed, 






- 


1st do. 


40,40 


Musician, 


Charles Waugh, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Captain, 


Oscar A. Jones, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


Private, . 


A. R. Beddall, . 






- 


2d do. 


20,21 


Corporal, 


Frank T. Hitchcock, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


Private, . 


George H. Clark, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


«« 


James Rice, . 






- 


2d do. 


17,20 


«< 


Alfred 0. Tufts, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Corporal, 


George H. Barney, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Private, . 


Walter F. Norman, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


(i 


Josiah H. Lone, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,19 


«< 


B. R. Mitchell, . 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<< 


M. E. Cobb, . 






_ 


2d do. 


18,18 


<t 


Thomas 0. Turner, 






_ 


2d do. 


17,19 


Corporal, 


William Housman, 






- 


2d do. 


17, 18 


Private, . 


George E. Merry, . 






- 


2d do. 


17, 18 


Sergeant, 


John H. Blanchard, 






- 


2d do. 


17,18 


Lieutenant, . 


Doris A. Young, . 






- 


2d do. 


17, 18 


Private, . 


Waldo E. Nason, . 






- 


2d do. 


17, 17 


«< 


Howard R. Molineux, 






- 


2d do. 


17, 17 


<( 


Frank A. Fisher, . 






- 


2d do. 


17, 17 


Sergeant, 


John M. Davis, 






- 


2d do. 


17,17 


Private, . 


Elmer G. Smith, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 19 


Lieutenant, . 


Curtis Guild, Jr., . 






- 


3d do. 


17,16 


Private, . 


Charles H. Saunders, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii _ • 


Alfred W. Marshall, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


William B. Holmes, 






- 


3d do. 


14, 15 


<< 


Howard B. Emery, 






- 


3d do. 


14, 14 


<( 


Leo F. Saunders, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


«( 


William M. Torrey, 






- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


Samuel Hollis, 






- 


3d do. 


- 


Sergeant, 


Frank K. Neal, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 


Private, . 


Daniel D. Poole, . 






— 


2d do. 


— 



TROOP D, FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY. 



Captain, 


William A. Perrins, 


Prone, 


S. S., 


43, 44, 42 


Private, . 


Albert J. Walton, 






Prone, 


S. s., 


44, 47, 43 


<« 


Leon C. Van Bever, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 42 


Corporal, 


Oliver D. Green, . 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


Lieutenant, . 


James L. Fairbanks, 






Prone, 


1st Class, 


40,41 


Sergeant, 


William H. Kellv, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,41 


Private, . 


E.F.Tandy, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,43 


h 


Edwin S. Locke, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,40 


ii 


Rupert D. Worcester, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44,39 


Corporal, 


Samuel T. Sinclair, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


ii 


William H. Cooper, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Sergeant, 


Oscar F. Cox, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Corporal, 


Eugene A. Coburn, 






- 


2d do. 


18,21 


Sergeant, 


John H. McCloskey, 






- 


2d do. 


17, 19 


Private, . 


Arthur L. Souther, 






- 


2d do. 


17,21 


<< 


Christopher Harrison, 






- 


2d do. 


17,18 


a 


John W. Hall, 






- 


2d do. 


17, 18 


t( 


William F. Swain, 






- 


2d do. 


17,18 


Corporal, 


Thomas W. Mack, 






— 


2d do. 


R. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



157 



TROOP D, FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY — Concluded. 







Position 




Range Work. 


Hank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Private, . 


William L. Sellon, 




2d Class, 


15, 17 


<< 


William E. Fellows, 








_ 


3d do. 


16, 18 


<« 


Henry C. Claxton, 








- 


3d do. 


14, 14 


«( 


Arthur H. Jones, . 








- 


S. S., 


- 


Lieutenant, . 


John Perrins, Jr., 








- . 


1st Class, 


- 


Serjeant, 


Echcard B. Stantial, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


<( 


Fred L. Ward, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Corporal, 


John M. Stock, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Musician, 


George S. Broionlow, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Private, . 


George Eolroyd, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


«< 


William C. Rogers, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


(< 


Albert J. Neicton, . 








- 


3d do. 


- 


t« 


Faxon Billings, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


>t 


Edicard F. Connor. 








- 


3d do. 


- 


11 


Cornelius J. Council, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


<« 


John J. Keefe, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


Corporal, 


Louis E. Worden, 








- 


3d do. 


— ' 



FIELD AND STAFF, 


FIRST 


CORPS CADETS. 




Sergt. Major, 


Virgil C. Pond 


Prone, 


D. M., 


46, 49, 46 


Q. M. Sergt., . 


Fred B. Carpenter, 








- 


S. S., 


R. 


T. R. P., 


William A. Hayes, 








- 


S. 8., 


R. 


Adjutant, 


J. E. It. Hill, . ■ 








- 


S.S., 


R. 


Major, . 


George K. Rogers, 








- 


1st Class, 


R. 


Lieut. Col., . 


Thomas F. Edmands, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Asst. Surg., . 


Charles M. Green, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Surgeon, 


Wm. L. Richardson, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


Hosp. Stwd., . 


Augustas S. Knight, 








- 


3d do. 


16,19 


Drum Major, 


J. T. Baldwin, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Qtr. Master, . 


Charles T. Lovering, 








— 


1st do. 





COMPANY A, FIRST CORPS CADETS. 



Lieutenant, . 


H. C. Wells, 


Prone, 


D. M., 


48, 50, 48 


Private, . 


G. B. Blake, . 








Prone, 


S. S., 


45, 46, 47 


ii 


S. N. Bond, . 








Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 48 


Sergeant, 


G. C. Bullard, 








- 


S. 8., 


R. 


Private, . 


G. C. Emerson, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 48 


Lieutenant, . 


F. L Joy, . 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


Captain, 


T. P. King, . 








Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 49, 46 


ii 


John Lavelle, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


Musician, 


F. J. Macfarlane, . 








- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 49 


Private, . 


H. F. Strout, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 46 


ii 


H. D. Tudor, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 50, 46 


Sergeant, 


Moses Williams, Jr., 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


Captain, 


F. H. Appleton, . 








- 


1st Class, 


R. 


Private, . 


Walter Austin, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 44 


<« 


W. A: L. Bazelev, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 44 


Sergeant, 


J. A. Blanchard, . 








- 


1st do. 


R. 


ii 


C. H. Cole, Jr., . 








- 


1st do. 


R. 


Private, . 


J. H. Craig, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43,49 


ii 


S. H. Foster, . 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43, 44 


Sergeant, 


C. H. Rollins, 








- 


1st do. 


R. 


Private, . 


M. L. Scull, . 








- 


1st do. 


R. 


Corporal, 


R. D. Ware, . 








- 


1st do. 


R. 


Private, . 


T. S. Bradlee, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 


M. Brown, . 








— 


2d do. 


18, 19 



158 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY A, FIRST CORPS CADETS — Concluded. 



Ran 


i. Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, . 


. W. D. Buck, .... 




2d Class, 


R. 


ii 


. J. E. Chandler, . 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


« 


. J. H. A. Currier, . 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


(C 


. F. A. Foster, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Corporal 


, . F. S. Goodwin, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, 


. L. S. Greenleaf, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


(i 


. C. Guild, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


. H. E. Hayden, 








- 


2d do. 


21,21 


t< 


. A. W. Hay ford, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Corporal 


, . C. E. Loekwood, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 20 


Private, 


. P. T. Lowell, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 22 


tt 


. C. F. Lyman, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


W. N Magoun, 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


«< 


. H. K. Pennelt, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 21 


<< 


. E. Slade, 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


« 


. J. T. Slade, . 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Sergeant 


. T. Talbot, . 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


Private, 


. A. R. Tisdale, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


tt 


. W. Wells, . 








- 


2d do. 


20,21 


a 


. C. F. Ayer, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


«< 


. L. V. Brings, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


i< 


. A. L. Cochrane, 








- 


3d do. 


17,18 


Corporal 


, . A. L. Daniels, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


Private, 


. R. C. Grew, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


<( 


. 1 C. Havden, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Musiciar 


i, . F. E. Little, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Private, 


. D. C. Percival, Jr. 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<t 


. H. 1. Sewall, . 








- 


3d do. 


17, 18 


<( 


. F. W. Soule, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 20 


tt 


. H. A. Thomas, 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 16 


tt 


. F. W. Welch, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


t< 


. F. S. Blake, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


n 


. F. L. Dabney, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


tt 


. A.R. Weld, . 








- 


3d do. 


— 





COMPANY B, 


FIRST 


CORPS CADETS. 




Corporal, 


F. P. Smith, 


_ 


D. M., 


R. 


Private, . 


F. W. Allen, . 








Prone, 


S. S., 


46, 46, 46 


Captain, 


Win. H. Alline, 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


Private, . 


Porter B. Chase, 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


Musician, 


John W. Forbes, 








Prone, 


S.S., 


45, 47, 46 


Corporal, 


Harry W. Gore, Ji 


•> ■ 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


Sergeant, 


W. C. Hagar, 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


Corporal, 


David Hansen, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 47, 46 


Private, . 


D. Frank Lord, 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


<t 


J. M. Partal,. 








Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 49, 46 


tt 


Charles B. Tucker, 






- 


S-. s., 


R. 


Sergeant, 


James G White, . 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


Private,. 


Clarence V. Burrage, 






- 


1st Class, 


R. 


Lieutenant, . 


William B. Clarke, 






Prone, 


1st ( do. 


44,44 


Private, . 


Thomas L. Drew, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44,47 


tt 


Homer B. Grant, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 42 


tt 


Norman F. Hasscltine, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44,47 


t< 


Charles Littler, Jr., 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 42 


1 1 


Winslow S. Lincoln, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


a 


John F. Linder, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


<t 


Henry P. Meikleham, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


M 


Holton B. Perkins, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44,43 


tt 


James F. Pope, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


tt 


Edward B. Pratt, . 






— 


1st do. 


R. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



159 



COMPANY B, FIRST CORPS CADETS — Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Hank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


189G. 


Sergeant, 


A. J. Rowan, 


Prone, 


1st 


do. 


44,45 


Private, . 


George 0. Swasey, 






Prone, 


1st 


do. 


42,42 


11 


Ralph S. Bartlett, 






- 


2d 


do. 


21, 22 


«' 


Charles S. Clark, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


R. 


Ii 


George 0. Currier, Jr., 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


II 


Harry H. Gardiner, 






- 


2d 


do. 


R. 


Sergeant, 


Edwin N. Hill, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


Private, . 


Henry H. Hill, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


<< 


Walter S. Hawkins, 






- 


2d 


do. 


IS, 18 


<( 


Louis F. Hyde, 






- 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


<« 


James B. Jordan, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


21,21 


(i 


Ernest L. Moramli, 






- 


2d 


do. 


R. 


<< 


Thomas S. It. Nelson, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


tt 


Charles E. North, 






- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


u 


John H. North, Jr., 






- 


2d 


do. 


IS, 19 


Sergeant, 


Harry D. Reed, . 






- 


2d 


do. 


R. 


Private, . 


Norman K. Smith, 






- 


2d 


do. 


R. 


tt 


Robert L. Stedman, 






- 


2d 


do. 


21,23 


it 


Eugene C. Upton, 






- 


2d 


do. 


R. 


Corporal, 


Guy Walker, 






- 


2d 


do. 


R. 


Private,. 


Harry C. Waterman, 






- 


do. 


20,20 


Lieutenant, . 


Wintbrop Wetherbec, 






- 


2d 


do. 


IS, 18 


Private,. 


John F. Whitney, 






- 


2d 


do. 


IS, li) 


ii 


Charles S. Baxter, 






- 


3d 


do. 


If), 16 


ii . 


Herbert L. Bowden, 






3d 


do. 


17,20 


<( 


Forrest G. Brackett, 






3d 


do. 


16, 18 


(< 


Walter E. S. Cutting, 






3d 


do. 


16, 17 


(< 


Robert K. Eaton, . 






3d 


do. 


17, 17 


«< 


Frank P. Pliinney, 






3d 


do. 


17, 22 


<< 


Henry N. Rice, 






- 3d 


do. 


17, 17 


ii 


Hugh M. Sonthgate, 






3d 


do. 


16, 17 


ii 


Harry R. Stanley, 






- 


3d 


do. 


16, 20 


ii 


John Stalker, 






- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


ii 


Clarence S. Wadsworth 


? 




- 


3d 


do. 


15,17 


<< 


Frank E. Fennessey, 






- 


3d 


do. 


- 


ii 


Frederick C. Libbey, 






- 


3d 


do. 


- 


ii 


James IP. Longstreet, 






- 


2d 


do. 


- 


ii 


James C. Pearson, 






- 


3d 


do. 


- 


ii 


Albert IP. Randall, 






- 


3d 


do. 


- 


i« 


Waldo A. Simpson, 






- 


2d 


do. 


- 





COMPANY C, FIRST 


CORPS CADETS. 




Corporal, 


Henry V. Thayer, 


i 
Prone, 


S. S., 


44, 47, 46 


(< 


Frank A. Stearns, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 47 


Private, . 


Charles II. Innes, . 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


i< 


Stuart W. Wise, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 48 


Captain, 


Andrew Robeson, . 






- 


1st Class, 


R 


Lieutenant, . 


Walter L. Bouve, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


ii 


Richard D. Sears, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Sergeant, 


Frederick J. Alley, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Corporal, 


William B. Stearns, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44, 44 


Private, . 


Fred. L. Bearse, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44,42 


ii 


Charles W. Carter, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 47 


ii 


Frank B. Carter, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


43, 43 


<< 


Edwin R. Lamson, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,45 


ii 


William L. Mitchell, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


43,42 


h 


William A. Talcott, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44, 44 


ii 


William J. Toppan, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42.42 


(< 


Boylston L. Williams, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


ii 


Walter H. Woods, 






— 


1st do. 


42,42 



160 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY C, FIRST CORPS CADETS - Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Sergeant, 


Henry D. Warren, 




2d Class, 


18, 19 


it 


J. E. A. Hussey, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


<< 




Arthur L. Spring, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


it 




William M. Buffum, . 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


<« 




Robie G Frye, 






- 


2d do. 


23,21 


Corporal 




Charles W. Sabin, Jr., . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 




Norman F. Greeley, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


Private, 




Joshua Atwood, 3d, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 




Robert Bacon, 






- 


2d do. 


21. 19 


it 




Orin A. Barnard, . 






_ 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 




Courtenaye Baylor, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


• < 




Lyman H. Bowker, 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


<< 




Samuel P. Bremer, 






_ 


2d do. 


R. 


ii 




Ernest R. Burlington, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


«« 




Charles H. Carter, 






- 


2d do. 


22, 22 


<< 




Edwin R. Clarke, 






- 


2d do. 


20,21 


ii 




Daniel H. Dearborn, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


<< 




George W. Downing, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 




Gordon Eaton, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


<t 




Arthur B. Emmes, 






_ 


2d do. 


18,20 


ii 




Marshall B. Faxon, 






_ 


2d do. 


22, 21 


ii 




Allan M. Hervey, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,20 


«< 




Freeman Hinckley, 






- 


2d do. 


22, 19 


<( 




Sumner R. Hollander, 






_ 


2d do. 


R. 


ii 




Benjamin D. Hyde, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 




Frank C. Hyde, . 






- 


2d do. 


20,20 


ii 




John D. Lane, 






- 


2d do. 


19,19 


ii 




Guy M. Lincoln, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 




George M. R. Morse, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


<« 




Eugene E. Pierce, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 




Amos H. Richardson, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


it 




William P. Richardson 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


ii 




Henry B. Staples, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 




Charles S. Stearns, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


ii 




Charles H. S wanton, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<i 




Louis S. Chase, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


(t 




Charles H. Eastwick, 






_ 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 




Albert Geizer, Jr., 






_ 


3d do. 


16, 17 


<« 




Harry S. Gilman, . 






- 


3d do. 


16,20 


ii 




Edmund Lincoln, . 






- 


3d do. 


18, 16 


<< 




Frederick R. Martin, 






- 


3d do. 


17,21 


<< 




E. Albert Ryder, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


ii 




Edward A. Walker, 






- 


3d do. 


18,16 


i« 




Horace M. Wilson, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 19 


Corpora] 


> • 


Everett P. Hervey, 






- 


2d do. 


- 


Private, 




Arthur P. Teele, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


it 




Charles S. Wing, . 






— 


2d do. 


23,20 





COMPANY D, FIRST 


CORPS CADETS. 




Private, . 


C. A. Parker, 




Prone, 


D. M., 


44, 49, 46 


ii 


J. D. Upton, . 






- 


D. M., 


R. 


<< 


C. H. Alden, Jr., . 






Prone, 


S. S., 


46, 47, 46 


Corporal, 


A. G. Brigham, . 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


Sergeant, 


W. W. Churchill, 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


Private, . 


G. A. Dill, . 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


«< 


M. D'VV. Greene, . 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


Corporal, 


E. L. Kent, . 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


ii 


B. L. Knapp, 






- 


s. s., 


44, 49, 46 


Private, . 


A. McMillan, 






- 


s. s., 


47, 48, 46 


<< 


M. W. Parker, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 50, 46 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



161 



COMPANY D, FIRST CORPS CADETS — Continued. 







I'osition 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Sergeant, 


F. E. Cabot, 


Prone, 


1st Class, 


42, 44 


Private, . 


G. H. Hallowell, 










- 


1st do. 


R. 


<< 


E. H. Hoyt, . 










Prone, 


1st do. 


46,46 


Corporal, 


C. E. Loud, . 










Prone,. 


1st do. 


42,41 


Private, . 


F. S. Lovis, . 










- 


1st do. 


R. 


(< 


E. K Newhall, 










Prone, 


1st do. 


46,43 


Sergeant, 


W. S. Simmons, 










- 


1st do. 


R 


Private, . 


A. W. Sparrow, . 










- 


1st do. 


R. 


Corporal, 


J. F Stevens, 










Prone, 


1st do. 


45, 43 


Private, . 


A. C. Aldrich, 










- 


2d do. 


21 


,22 


(< 


W. Atherton, 










- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


<« 


L. H. Beck, . 










- 


2d do. 


20 


21 


<< 


A. L. Bennett, 










- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


<< 


W. R. Blanchard, 










- 


2d do. 


20 


20 


>< 


A. C. Bribes, 










- 


2d do. 


19 


21 


<< 


R. M. Campbell, 










- 


2d do. 


21 


21 


(< 


C. E. Cook, . 










- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


ii 


E. E. Crook, 










- 


2d do. 


1 


t. 


<< 


A. B. Cram. . 










- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


Lieutenant, . 


E. E. Currier, 










- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


Private, . 


E. P. Cutler, . 










- 


2d do. 


19 


, 19 


ii 


J. L. Damon, Jr., 










- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


<i 


C. A. Dearborn, 










- 


2d do. 


20 


21 


ii 


W. B. Douglas, 










- 


2d do. 


1 


t. 


it 


G B. Fox, . 










- 


2d do. 


21 


23 


ii 


W. B. C. Fox, 










- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


ii 


L. A. Frink, . 










- 


2d do. 


21 


,21 


ii 


H.H. Fuller, 










- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


(i 


W. N. Gale, . 










- 


2d do. 


19 


,20 


ii 


J. R. Griffith, 










- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


ii 


H. S. Hallett, 










- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


•i 


E. S. Hilton,. 










- 


2d do. 


19 


19 


ii 


L. W. Jenkins, 










- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


ii 


M. Jenkins, . 










_ 


2d do. 


20 


20 


ii 


B. L. Mcintosh, . 










- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


ii 


W. T Miller, 










- 


2d do. 


21 


20 


ii 


C. B Morrill, 










- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


ii 


C. D. Novcs, . 










- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


ii 


H. S. Parker, 










- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


ii 


H. S. Potter, Jr., 










_ 


2d do. 


18 


19 


Captain, 


II. B. Rice, . 










- 


2d do. 


I 


t. 


Private, . 


\V. H. Savward, J 


r., . 








- 


2d do. 


21 


22 


ii 


G. A. Rockwell, 










- 


2d do. 


19 


21 


i< 


A. J. Smith, . 










- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


Musician, 


T E Sp.-ar. . 










- 


2d do. 


22. 23 


Private, . 
ii 


T F Stoddard, . 
W. E. stone, 










- 


2d do 
2d do. 


R. 

21,22 


<i 


E J. Watson, 










- 


2d do. 


20, 21 


Sergeant, 


It vvhidden,. 










- 


2d do. 


R. 


Private, . 


R A. W hit ford, . 










- 


2d do. 


20, 21 


ii 


E F. Wilcntt, 










- 


2d do. 


20,20 


Serjeant, 


U. M Williams, 










- 


2d do. 


22, 21 


Private, . 


I). B. Wiswell, . 










- 


2d do. 


21,23 


Corporal, 


W. T. Ulman, 










- 


2d do. 


21, 22 


Private, . 
•i 


C. B. Young, 
E. S. Burns, . 










- 


2d do. 
3d do. 


21,21 

16, 17 


ii 


C H. Cross, . 










- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


R. P. Hoagland, 










- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


it 


L. C. Kimball, . 










- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Musician, 


C. E. Mills, . 










- 


3d do. 


17,21 


Private, . 


F. C. Montgomery 


> 








- 


3d do. 


17,18 


it 


W. M. Smith, 










- 


3d do. 


16,17 


ii 


J. G. Swift, . 










_ 


3d do. 


16, 17 


Lieutenant, . 


T. B. Ticknor, 










— 


3d do. 


16,17 



162 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY D, FIRST CORPS CADETS -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Kecord 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, . 

K 

«( 


G. B. Williams 

F.Wildes 

R. W. Wildes, .... 


- 


3d Class, 
3d do. 
3d do. 


15, 16 
17, 19 
15, 17 



FIELD AND STAFF, SECOND 


CORPS 


CADETS 




Lieutenant, . 


Andrew Fitz, .... 


Prone, 


1st Class, 


42,43 


Surgeon, 


James E. Simpson, 




- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Lieutenant, . 


Charles S Tuckerman, 




- 


3d do. 


18, 19 


Hosp. Stwd., . 


H. L. Horton, 




- 


1st do. 


- 


Sergt. Major, 


H. F. Dalton, 




- 


2d do. 


- 


Major, . 


Walter F. Feck, . 




- 


2d do. 


- 


Chaplain, 


E. C. Butler, 




- 


3d do. 


- 


Drum Major, . 


A. D Coule, . 




- 


3d do. 


- 


Lieutenant, . 


Edward A. Maloon, 




— 


3d do. 


— 





COMPANY A, SECOND 


CORPS CADETS. 




Sergeant, 


. George E. Symonds, . 


Prone, 


D. M., 


48, 48, 49 


(i 


. Edward T. Graham, 






Prone, 


S. S., 


45, 48, 47 


Corporal, 


. John M. Simpson, 






Prone, 


S. s., 


44, 49, 46 


Private, . 


Alfred G. Paine, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


Corporal, 


. Nath. T. Very, . 






Prone, 


1st Class, 


42, 42 


<< 


. George W. Blynn, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


44, 45 


Private, . 


. John Atkins, Jr., . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,43 


« 


. Wm. E. Choate, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,44 


t« 


. Wm. A. Staples, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


43,42 


<< 


. Benjamin A. Pond, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


45,43 


Sergeant, 


. Arthur W. Greene, 






- 


S. S., 


R. 


Lieutenai 


at, . John E. Spencer, . 






- 


2d Class, 


19,20 


Sergeant 


Alex. Robertson, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,19 


Color Sei 


•gt., . Francis H. Cook, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


Corporal 


, . Chas. E. Hodskinson, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Musician 


, G. D. Hanscom, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, . 


. A. W. Allard, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


(< 


. H. E. Briggs, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(i 


. W. G. Dawkins, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 22 


<< 


. W. B. Folsom, . 






- 


2d do. 


21, 21 


« 


. C. C. Handy, 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


«< 


. T. Head, 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


i< 


. C. F. Lamphrey, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<« 


A. S. Lamphrey, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 


. Percival Phillips, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<< 


. G. D. Patten, 






- 


2d do. 


18,18 


t« 


. W. B. Remington, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


«< 


. N. T. Ray, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<< 


. H. Simons, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 


. T. F. Young, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<< 


. G. H. Symonds, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<< 


. F. A. Abbott, 






- 


2d do. 


20,21 


il 


. N. E Curtis, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


(( 


. C. D. Hayford, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


ii 


. P. A. Parker, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 19 


It 


. G. L. Roop, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ti 


. E. F. Walsh, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 19 


Captain, 


Phillip Little, 






- 


1st do. 


- 


Sergeant 


, . G. H. Dyer, ... 


— 


3d do. 


*™ 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



163 



COMPANY A, SECOND CORPS CADETS - Concluded. 



Kank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Private, . 
(i 

it 

<< 
t< 


E. C. Ropes, 

G. L. Allen, 

H. P. Gifford 

E. T. Waldron, .... 
C. C. Friend 


- 


2d Class, 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 


- 





COMPANY B, SECOND 


CORPS CADETS. 






Captain, 


. R. W. Ropes, 


_ 


S. S., 


45, 48, 47 


Sergeant 


Frank S. Perkins, 






- 


S.S., 


46, 50, 46 


Private, . 


Charles S. Chase, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 47, 47 


Sergeant 


, . Henry R. Leach, . 






- 


1st Class, 


R. 


<< 


Harry S. Perkins, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Private, 


. George U. Nolcini, 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


<« 


. J. Miller Ropes, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


47.43 


Lieutena 


nt, . Arthur N. Webb, . 






- 


2d do. 


20 


21 


Corporal 


, . Samuel G. Aull, . 






- 


2d do. 


19 


21 


t« 


. Roger "Whipple, . 






- 


2d do. 


19 


21 


Private, 


Howard A. Avav, 






- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


ii 


. Wm. W. Babbidge, 






- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


ii 


Bailey C. Brown, . 






- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


ii 


Frank G. Burns, . 






- 


2d do. 


18 


, 19 


<< 


H. R. Davenport, . 






- 


2d do. 


19 


21 


ii 


. John "W. Doddridge, 






- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


«< 


. Frank W. Hale, . 






- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


«< 


. James S. Irving, . 






- 


2d do. 


21 


21 


«t 


Samuel C. Mason, 






- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


ii 


. John H. Nichols, . 






- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


ii 


B. Alvah Price, 






- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


<t 


. Harry V. Titus, . 






- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


Corporal 


. Frank A. Tibbetts, 






- 


2d -do. 


1 


I. 


Private, 


. Wm. F. Adams, . 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


«« 


. William Briggs, . 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


«i 


. Edwin C. Buck, . 






- 


3d do. 


15 


17 


(< 


. Frank A. Baker, . 






- 


3d do. 


15 


18 


<< 


. Walter N. Crowell, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


<( 


. Arthur T. Dalton, . 






- 


3d do. 


15 


18 


ii 


Walter S. Douglas, 






- 


3d do. 


17 


18 


(< 


. William A. Irving, 






- 


3d do. 


16 


22 


ii 


. George P. Mann, . 






- 


3d do. 


16 


16 


<< 


. Fred E. Pearson, . 






- 


3d do. 


16 


16 


<« 


. "Wallace E. Ray, . 






- 


3d do. 


16 


16 


ii 


. Eugene T. Redmond, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


17 


ii 


. George A. Rogers, 






- 


3d do. 


17 


19 


ii 


. H. C. Rudderbam, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


«« 


. Arthur H. Sinclair, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


18 


ii 


. Edward 0. Sinclair, 






- 


3d do. 


15 


18 


«< 


. Walter S. Washburn, 






- 


3d do. 


17 


18 


Sergeant 


, . Harry K. Felton, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 


Corporal 


, . Ernest R. Boyd, . 






- 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


George A. Smith, . 






- 


3d do. 


- 


Private, 


Charles O. Dugan, 






— 


1st do. 


— 



COMPANY C, SECOND CORPS CADETS. 



Sergeant, 
Private, . 



A. F. Hull, , 
D. M. Bruce, 

B. Dimock, , 



Prone, 
Prone, 
Prone, 



D.M., 
D. M., 
D.M., 



49, 50, 48 
49, 49, 46 
46, 48, 46 



164 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY C, SECOND CORPS CADETS - Concluded. 



Ra>k. 



Name. 



Position 
at 500 
Yards. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1896. 



Private, . 

Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 
it 

Private, . 



Captain, 

Sergeant, 

Private, . 
« 

Sergeant, 
Corporal, 



Private, 



Corporal 
Private, 



TV\ G. Hussey, 

C. F. Ropes, . 
F. E. Clark, . 
W. C. Sanborn, 
R. E. Gibson, 

H. S. Cummings, 
A. Stevenson, Jr., 

F. S. Horton, 
J. N. Clark, . 

G. A. Millett, 

E. R. Wardwell, 
J. C. Brown, . 

J. G. Burbeck, 
W. H. Bishop, 

F. M Scott, . 
I. A. Lee, 

J. H. Harris, 
M. S. Campbell, 
H. M. Brown, 
J. A. Lvons, . 
W. A. Blood, 

D. M Boomhover 

E. S. Nichols, 
M. W. Perkins, 
S. C. Harden, 
W. A. Mann, 
J. A. Furfey, 

F. S. Ray, . 
W. E. Humphrey 
L A. Bartlett, 
W. S. Lee, . 

S. C. Dinsmore, 
A. Devoe, 
J..H. Welch, 
Geo. Weir, 



Prone, 

Prone, 
Prone, 
Prone, 
Prone, 
Prone, 
Prone, 
Prone, 
Prone, 



D. M., 
8. S., 

s. s., 
s. s„ 

s. s., 
s s., 

8.S., 

1st Class, 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

I 2d do. 

! 2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

!2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

i 2d do. 

! 3d do. 

; 3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

I 3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 



48, 49, 46 

46, 49, 49 

49, 49, 48 

47, 48, 46 
47, 48, 46 

44. 48, 46 

45, 48, 46 
R. 

42, 42 
42,48 

R 
18, 18 

R. 

18, 18 
21,21 

19, 21 
18, 19 
18, 20 
18,20 
18, 18 
18, 18 
18,20 
18, 19 
18, 18 
15, 16 
16,17 
17,19 

15, 16 
15,17 
17, 17 

16, 16 

15, 16 

16, 17 
15, 15 





COMPANY D, SECOND CORPS CADETS. 




Sergeant 


. W. H. Bean, 


Prone, 


D.M., 


R. 


Lieutenai 


it, . G. E. Worthen, . 






- 


D. M., 


47, 48, 47 


Sergeant, 


. E. A. Barnes, 






Prone, 


S. s., 


46, 46, 45 


Private, . 


. I. M. Savage, 






Prone, 


1st Class, 


43,43 


<< 


. W. E. Worthen, . 






- 


1st do. 


44, 45 


14 


. F. L. Allen, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


(( 


. H. C. Bent, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


«( 


. F. T. Bunker, 






- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


«« 


A. M. Esterbrooke, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Corporal 


, . B. W. Farnham, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


it 


. W. R. Foster, 






_ 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Sergeant 


. E. I. Hardv, . 






- 


2d do 


18, 18 


Private, . 


. J. H. Kelsev, 






_ 


2d do. 


18,18 


Sergeant 


. B. W. Plaisted, . 






- 


2ft do. 


20,20 


Corporal 


, . W. M. Prescott, . 








2d do 


18, 20 


Private, 


. R. C. Reed, . 








2d do. 


19, 18 


u 


. W. E. Svmonds, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


i< 


. W. W. Wyman, . 






_ 


2d do. 


22, 21 


k 


. C. E. Chamberlin, 






_ 


3d do. 


18, 16 


ii 


. 1 J. F. Greeley, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


<« 


. J. D. Honey, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 16 


•I 


. D. C. Macauley, . 






_ 


3d do. 


16, 15 


ii 


. C. T. Marshall, . 






_ 


3d do. 


16, 17 


i< 


. W. B. Sanborn, . 






— 


3d do. 


15, 17 


Captain, 


. G. D. Kimball. . 






- 


3d do. 


- 


Sergeant 


, . \ R N. Mackay, 






- 


2d do. 


— 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



165 



FIELD AND STAFF, NAVAL, BRIGADE. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Lieut. Com., . 


A. B. Denny, .... 


_ 


S. S.,' 


R. 


Lieutenant, . 


E. P. Dodd; . 








- 


S. S., 


R. 


(i 


H. N. Sweet, . 








Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 47 


Lieut. Com., . 


G. W. Allen, 








_ 


1st Class, 


R. 


Seaman, 


J. J. Dixon, . 








- 


2d do. 


20, 21 


Bugler, . 


C. H. Fuller, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Seaman, 


N. Marshall, . 








- 


2d do. 


20, 21 


<i 


J. W. Paine,. 








- 


2d do. 


19,19 


Lieut. Com., . 


W. M. Paul, . 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Cf. Q. M., . 


J. P. Parker, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Apothecary, . 


W. M. Russell, 








- 


2d do. 


18,20 


Seaman, 


W. H. Rymes, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


it 


It. N. Burnham, . 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<< 


M. G. Hackett. 








- 


3d do. 


16,17 


h 


J. McCormiskcv, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Q. M., '. 


W. S. Parker, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


Lieutenant, . 


B. H. Abbe, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


t < 


//. M. Cutts, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Pay. Yeo., 


H. C Gaylord, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


M. at A., 


E. G. Morse, 








- 


s. s., 


- 


Pay. Yeo., 


Ft. Pape, 








- 


3d Class, 


- 


Lieutenant, . 


C. B. Perkins, 








- 


1st do. 


- 


Captain, 


J. W. Weeks, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Lieutenant, . 


F. D. Williams, 








- 


1st do. 


- 


ii 


A. B. Frv, . 








- 


s. s. 


44, 49, 47 


Machinist, 


P. D. Blackden, 








Prone, 


1st Class, 


42,43 


Fireman, 


T. R. Armstrong, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 21 


Oiler, . 


A. J. Black, . 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Water Tend'r, 


J. F Cochran, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Fireman, 


F. Fuller, 








- 


2d do. 


20,21 


ii 


T. W Jennings, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 20 


Water Tend'r, 


H. F. Nve, . 








- 


2d do. 


21, 21 


Fireman, 


B. W. Staples, 








- 


2d do. 


19,21 


ii 


C. H. Whippen, 








- 


2d do. 


18,21 


Water Tend'r, 


F. E. Wilson, 








- 


2d. do. 


18, 18 


Fireman, 


W. H. Wilson, 








- 


2d do. 


20,22 


<< 


J. R. Flint, . 








_ 


3d do. 


16,17 


Oiler, . 


H. A. Green, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


Fireman, 


F. J. Greer, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


(< 


Win. Lvnch, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


ii 


T. P. Nolan, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


D. E. Noonan, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 18 


ii 


M. O'Donnell, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Oiler, . 


W. Warren, . 








- 


3d do. 


17,18 


Fireman, 


William F. Warre 


n, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Machinist, 


F. D. Hall, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


<i 


J. Kirk, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


ii 


E. H. Pearson, 








— 


1st do. 


— 





COMPANY A, NAVAL. BRIGADE. 




Seaman, 


Charles F. G. Armstrong, . 





S. S., 


47, 49, 50 


B. M., . 


William J. McLaughlin, 




1 Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 47, 46 


G. M., . 


| Clarence B. Benedict, . 




- 


1st Class, 


R. 


Q. M., . 


j Alexander D Cameron, 




Prone, 


1st do. 


43,42 


Coxswain, 


Harry C. Davis, . 




Prone, 


1st do. 


43,47 


Seaman, 


Arthur E. Lucv, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


45,45 


Ensign, . 


Frank L. Solomon, 






- 


1st do. 


46.46 


Seaman, 


Albert C. Tavlor, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


B. M., . 


John Antrobus, 








2d do. 


20,20 


Bugler, . 


William Antrobus, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


Seaman, 


John Ball, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<( 


Frank H. Bedell, . 






| " 


2d do. 


18, 19 



166 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY A, NAVAL. BRIGADE — Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rani 


c. Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Cf. B. M 


, . Arno A. Bittnes, .... 


wm 


2d Class, 


18,18 


Seaman, 


. George A. Edch T , . 






- 


2d do. 


20,18 


(< 


. George C. Fisher, . 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


Coxswair 


l, . Francis 0. Fogland, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Seaman, 


. Percy R. Hall, 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


(< 


George E. Han scorn, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Joseph B. Holmes, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


CI 


. Lewis H. S. Livingstone, 




- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


G. M., '. 


. Herbert J. McFarland, 




- 


2d do. 


20,21 


Seaman, 


. Bradford H. Pierce, 




- 


2d do. 


20,21 


K 


James J. Ryan, 






- 


2d do. 


22,21 


<( 


. Benjamin G. Sawin, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


ti 


J. Biscoe Simpson, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


M 


. J. Warren Smith, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


(( 


. Robert L. Smith, . 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(< 


Weyman Walker, 






- 


2d do. 


21,18 


<< 


. Arthur H. Yunker, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


(< 


. Thomas H. Barton, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(( 


. Joseph B. Dennison, 






- 


3d do. 


17,15 


«« 


George H. Dennison, . 






- 


3d do. 


18, 15 


(« 


. Fred G. Ewell, . 






- 


3d do. 


19,15 


(( 


. James R. Gibson, . 






- 


3d do. 


15,16 


<( 


Haften Hansen, . 






- 


3d do. 


18,17 


(< 


William A. Hays, 






- 


3d do. 


15,16 


(( 


. Reginald J. Laird, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(( 


. Fred C. Peterson, 






- 


3d do. 


18,17 


«( 


. Michael G. Power, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<( 


John J. Ryan, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(< 


. Guy M. Sherriff, . 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<( 


. Reginald S. Wells, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Lieutena 


nt, . Edward Weston Nichols. 




*" 


2d do. 


— 


COMPANY B, NAVAL BRIGADE. 


Lieutena 


nt, . C. H. Brigham, .... 




S. S., 


R. 


G. M., 


. W. A Cook,. 






- 


S. S., 


44, 49, 46 


Seaman, 


. W. H. Copp, . 






- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


Lieutena 


nt, . J. H. Dillawar, Jr., 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


G. M., 


. C. W. Furlong, . 






- 


s. s., 


47, 48, 46 


Seaman, 


. E. L. Jones, . 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


Bay man 


, . H. S. Robbins, 






- 


8.S., 


R. 


B. M., 


. F. F. Breen, . . 






- 


1st Class, 


43,43 


G. M., 


. D. J. Cartwright, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Coxswai 


n, . D. Foster, Jr., 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Seaman, 


. W. J. Ryan, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


i< 


F. J. Baumann, . 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 


. A. S. Blair, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


«< 


. E. E. Brown, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


k 


. D.J. Buckley, 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


>< 


. W. W. Bumpus, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


. G. F. Cobb, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


«« 


. E. J. Dewire, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Ensign, 


. W. S. Dodd, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,18 


Seaman 


. Geo. Foster, . 






- 


2d do. 


20,22 


Lieutem 


int, . H. F. Fuller, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 20 


Seaman 


. F. A. Good, . 






- 


2d do. 


18,19 


(< 


. H. E. Halberg, . 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


«« 


. G. H. Manks, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


« 


. F. L. Mason, 






_ 


2d do. 


19, 23 


«< 


. L. C. Miller, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,21 


Ensign, 


. D. H. Sughrue, . 








2d do. 


R. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



167 



COMPANY B, NAVAL BRIGADE —Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Kank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Seaman, 


E. N. Weston, .... 




2d Class, 


18, 19 


II 


J. H. Abraham, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<( 


L. Freilong, . 








- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(l 


J A. Samson, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


Bugler, . 


J. W. Schirmer, . 








_ 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Seaman, 


G. D. Varnev, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


u 


C. C. Barton, Jr., 








_ 


3d do. 


- 


<< 


R. R. Bolles, 








_ 


1st do. 


- 


<< 


C. L. Bosson, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Chief B. M., . 


D. R. Child, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


Seaman, 


J. T. Clarke, . 








- 


3d do. 


- 


u 


C. W. Grinnell, . 








- 


3d do. 


- 


<< 


H. D. Hall, . 








_ 


3d do. 


- 


<< 


\V. E. Hannan, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


u 


Foster Hooper, 








- 


3d do. 


- 


It 


C. J. Jackson, 








- 


2d do. 


- 


(< 


Charles Lauriat, Jr., 








- 


2d do. 


- 


(« 


J. O'Hearn, . 








- 


2d do. 


- 


(( 


F. F. Smith, . 








— 


3d do. 


- 


«( 


G. L. Smith, 








_ 


2d do. 


- 


G. M., . 


T. M. Ware, Jr., . 








— 


2d do. 


- 





COMPANY C, 


NAVAL 


BRIGADE. 




Seaman, 


Thomas J. Downey, 


Prone, 


S. S., 


R. 


Ensign, . 


Charles H. Parker, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


R. 


Seaman, 


Louis Epple, . 






- 


1st Class, 


43,48 


B. M., . 


Robert T. Moffatt, 






Prone, 


1st do. 


42,40 


G. M., . 


John H. Wroth, . 






- 


1st do. 


R. 


Seaman, 


Allan F. Barnes, . 






_ 


2d do. 


R. 


(i 


Richard P. Benson, 






_ 


2d do. 


19, 18 


«« 


John F. Blaikie, . 






_ 


2d do. 


19, 18 


Coxswain, 


Warren W. Capen, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


Q. M., . 


B. B. Crowninshield, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


Seaman, 


Henry N. Dean, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


(< 


John H. Furguson, 






- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


«« 


Louis F. Gates, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


«< 


Carl F. Gould, 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


Bugler, . 


William D. Grier, 






- 


2d do. 


21, 18 


Seaman, 


James R. Hodder, 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Chief B. M., . 


W. E. Holmes, . 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


Q. M., . 


Wm. P. Howe, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


Seaman, 


Frank F. Jenks, . 






- 


2d do. 


R. 


Lieutenant, . 


William E. McKay, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


Seaman, 


Charles E. Patterson, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


«< 


Thomas S. Prouty, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


u 


Edward H. Scribner, . 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


George M. Stevens, 






- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


Coxswain, 


Alfred W. Trefry, 






- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


Seaman, 


George H. Bailey, . 






- 


3d do. 


17,17 


<i 


Bertrand F. Bell, . 






- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


u 


Elmer R. Brown, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


«( 


Sidney C. Carpenter, 






- 


3d do. 


18,17 


II 


Thomas J. Edwards, Ji 






_ 


3d do. 


16, 15 


<( 


John Flint, . 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


(< 


Henry W. Foote, . 






- 


3d do. 


20,17 


(( 


James T. Furness, 






- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


John Halliday, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


CI 


Robert C. Hawkins, 






- 


3d do. 


17,17 


<« 


Winthrop F. Irving, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


<( 


Robert King, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 15 



168 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY C, NAVAL BRIGADE - Concluded. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Seaman, 


Frank B. Lawler, .... 




3d Class, 


15, 15 


<( 


John B. Moulton, . 








_ 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


<< 


Frank N. Tandy, . 








- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<« 


Walter D. K. Tavlor, 








- 


3d 


do. 


18, 16 


<< 

• 


William H. Wheeler, 








- 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


14 


William C. Whiting, 








_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


it 


Percy E. Broicn, . 








- 


3d 


do. 


- 


G. M., . 


Brooks Frothingham, 








- 


2d 


do. 


- 


Bavinan, 


Fred E. Hines, 








- 


3d 


do. 


- 


Seaman, 


John F Lewis, 








- 


3d 


do. 


- 


it 


F. Maurice Xeicton, 








- 


3d 


do. 


- 


Lieutenant, . 


James 0. Porter, . 








— 


2d 


do. 


— 





COMPANY 


D, 


NAVAL 


BRIGADE. 




Seaman, 


E. Baptiste, 




S. S., 


R. 


Lieutenant, . 


Gardner I. Jones, . 








Prone, 


s. s , 


50, 50, 47 


Chief B. M , . 


Win. J. Mullally,. 








- 


s. s, 


R. 


Ensign, . 


Willis Munroe, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


R. 


B M., . 


J. H Murphy, 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


B M., . 


F.N. Balch,'. 








_ 


1st Class, 


R. 


Seaman, 


D. A. Bayne, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43,40 


it 


A. E. Easterbrook 








Prone, 


1st do. 


46, 47 


Q.M., ! 


F. Lan?, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


45, 46 


Seaman, 


F. P. Martin, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,40 


<« 


Reuben Meader, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


44, 44 


a [ ' 


F. G. Nickerson, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42,46 


II 


J. H. Nickerson, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43,47 


II 


J. R. Parker, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


44,42 


«« 


E. F Parrish, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


42, 49 


G. M., ! 


J. F. Rollins, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


R. 


Seaman, 


E. Acker, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


G. M , . 


G. V. Bacon, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Seaman, 


C H. Buttrick, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


tl 


W. C. Cram, . 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


Q. M., ! 


G. F. Dalv, . 








- 


2d do. 


18,20 


Seaman, 


G. A. E. Drewett, 








- 


2d do. 


21,21 


it 


H. M. Eastman, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 22 


ii 


H. G. Halladay, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


<< 


I. E. Halliday, 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


ii 


E. R Knapp, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 


Coxswain, 


J. E. Dalv, . 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Bayman, 


C. P. Ladd, Jr., 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Bugler, . 


E. G. K. Lavendei 


, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Seaman, 


R. S Lavender, 








- 


2d do. 


21,21 


i< 


F. S. Lawson, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


E. H. McClintock, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 20 


<< 


A. E Malonev, 








- 


2d do. 


18,20 


«( 


S. B. Miller, ." 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 


Alex. Moore, 








- 


2d do. 


22,23 


ii 


I. R. Ordwav, 








- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 


A. P. Russell, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Lieutenant, . 


G. S. Selfredge, 








- 


2d do. 


18,20 


Seaman, 


W. L. Tavlor, 








- 


2d do. 


19,21 


Coxswain, 


E. H. Washburn, 








- 


2d do. 


19,21 


Seaman, 


J. S. Cheever, 








- 


3d do. 


17, 20 


<< 


T L. Mitchell, 








- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


«< 


G. E. Voss, . 








- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<< 


A. S. Kelley, 








— 


3d do. 


— 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



169 



COMPANY E, NAVAL BRIGADE. 







Position 


Record 


Range Work. 


Rani 


s. Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Seaman, 


A G. Cowao 


Prone, 


S. s., 


44, 47, 46 


Ensign, 


. H. P. Crosby, 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


Seaman, 


. E. F. Gehrkins, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


Coxswai 


n, . E. A. Hopkins, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


48, 50, 47 


B. M., 


. M. L. Kimball, 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


Coxswai 


n, . E. C. Larrabee, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


45. 48, 46 


Seaman, 


. C. B. Marsh, 








Prone, 


s. s, 


48, 47, 46 


(i 


. V. A. Remson, 








- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


Lieutena 


nt, . H. D. Sears, . 








- 


s. s., 


R. 


C. B M. 


, . H. L. Smith, . 








Prone,* 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Bugler, 


. H. I. Sticknev, . 








Prone, 


s. s., 


48, 46, 46 


Q M., 


. F. H. Turnbull, 








Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Seaman, 


. E. H. Ballard, 








Prone, 


1st Class, 


45, 43 


«< 


J. C. Brackenburg 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43,47 


Lieutena 


nt, . D. Chase, 








- 


lBt do. 


R. 


Seaman, 


. C.H.Clark,. . 








- 


1st do. 


43,43 


<( 


A. Joslvn, 








Prone, 


1st do. 


43,42 


«< 


. J. C. Kulp. . 








- 


1st do. 


47,47 


G. M., 


. E. L. Upp, . 








- 


1st do. 


42,45 


Seaman, 


. W. J. Wooldridge 








- 


1st do. 


43,42 






. C. L. Anderson, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 18 






A. W. Burnham, 








- 


2d do. 


22,20 






. W. H. Clark, 








_ 


2d do. 


21,20 






G. I. Dowing, 








_ 


2d do. 


19, 18 






. W. A. McDonald, 








- 


2d do. 


21,20 






. A. P. Hammel, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 






R. B. Hampson, 








- 


2d do. 


19, 19 






. W. Pitman, , 








_ 


2d do. 


- 22, 20 






. A. H. Kimball, 








_ 


2d do. 


19, 18 






. H. S. Rice, . 








- 


2d do. 


20, 19 






. J. S. Rooney, 








- 


2d do. 


20, 18 






. B. W. Rowel 1, 








- 


2d do. 


18, 18 






. H. W. Stinson, 








_ 


2d do. 


20, 19 






. F. Winchester, 








- 


2d do. 


R. 






. F. B. Banner, 








- 


3d do. 


18, 16 






. A. J. H. Bickford, 








_ 


3d do. 


20, 16 






. F. Canty, 








_ 


3d do. 


18, 16 






. H. A. Tirrell, 








- 


3d do. 


16, 15 






F. J. Boreman, 








- 


2d do. 


_ 






. J. F. Cole, . 








_ 


3d do. 


_ 






. H. W. Davis, 








_ 


3d do. 


_ 






. E. F. Davis, . 








- 


3d do. 


_ 






0. F. Leech, . 








- 


3d do. 


_ 


Bay man 


. F. A. Maker, 








- 


2d do. 


_ 


Liei 


itena 


nt, . M. von Loesecke, 








- 


2d do. 


- 



COMPANY F, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Coxswain, 
Seaman, 



Lieutenant, 
Coxswain, 
Seaman, 
Gun. Mate, 
Seaman, 

B. M., '. 

Seaman, 



John Bion Richards, 
Charles M. Allen, . 
William J. Allen, . 
Edmund Y. Anthony, 
William H. Beattie, 
Chester S. Belcher, 
John K. Blair, 
Charles N. Borden, 
Chester D. Borden, 
Frank N. Borden, 
Jefferson Borden, Jr., 
Spencer Borden, Jr., 



Prone, 
Prone, 



D. M., 

S. S., 
S. S., 
S. S., 

S. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
S.S., 
s. s., 
s. s.. 
s. s., 
s. s., 



48, 48, 48 

48, 48, 46 
44, 48, 47 
47, 48, 46 
44, 48, 47 

49, 49, 48 
44, 49, 46 

44, 49, 49 

45, 49, 47 

46, 48, 46 

45, 49, 46 

46, 48, 47 



* And Texas grip. 



170 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY F, NAVAL BRIGADE - Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 

at 500 

Yards. 


Record 

Class. 


Range Work. 
1896. 


Seaman, 


William E. Braley, 




s. s., 


49, 50, 50 


(i 


Charles F. Brow, . 




- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


<< 


James Buffington, 




- 


s. s., 


44, 49, 46 


Lieutenant, . 


George R. H. Buffington, 




- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 48 


Seaman, 


Benjamin Cook, Jr., 




- 


s. s., 


44, 50, 46 


(4 


Edward M. Corbett, 




- 


S.S., 


44, 49, 46 


<i 


Frederick E. Cunneen,. 




— 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


Qr. Master, . 


Milton I. Deane, . 




- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 48 


Bay man, 


Richard B. Deane, 




- 


s. s , 


45, 48, 47 


Seaman, 


Patrick C. Downey, 




- 


s. s., 


45, 49, 46 


Gun Mate, . 


Owen Durfee, 




Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 47, 46 


Lieutenant, . 


W. B. Edsar, 




- 


s. s., 


R. 


Seaman, 


William E. Ford, . 




Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


C. B. Mate, . 


Linward French, . 




- 


s. s., 


R. 


Seaman, 


Clarence E. Gage, 




_ 


S.S., 


44, 48, 46 


it 


Thomas F. Grandfield, 




Prone, 


s. s., 


47, 47, 47 


<« 


Samuel A. Hall, . 




_ 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


<< 


Horace M. Hathaway, . 




- 


s. s , 


47, 49, 46 


(i 


Cornelius S. Hawkins, . 




_ 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


Ensign, . 


Charles L. Holmes, 




_ 


s. s., 


R. 


Seaman, 


George M. Hood, . 




- 


s. s., 


47, 48, 46 


Ensign, . 


Edward B. Jennings, . 




- 


s. s., 


R. 


Seaman, 


Thomas C. Kelleher, . 




- 


s. s., 


45, 49, 47 


k 


Alonzo W. Lawson, 




- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


<< 


Frederick W. Lawson, 




_ 


s. s., 


47, 48, 46 


<( 


Randall Lebeau, . 




- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


<« 


Edward F. Lucas, 




- 


s. s., 


47, 49, 49 


<« 


Walter E Marr, . 




Prone, 


s. s., 


48, 46, 47 


«< 


William Marshall, 




- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 48 


<« 


John D. McLeod, . 




- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


B. M., '. 


Charles A. Moore, 




- 


s. s., 


49, 50, 48 


Seaman, 


Frank C. Nichols, 




Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


<( 


Walter I. Nichols, 




- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


<< 


Owen M. Pierce, . 




- 


s. s., 


46, 49, 47 


«< 


Thomas J. Pickering, . 




- 


s. s., 


R. 


u 


John D. Ramsbottom, . 




- 


s. s., 


45, 50, 47 


u 


Percy L. Reynolds, 




- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


«« 


Ralph M. Reynolds, 




- 


s. s., 


44, 50, 48 


II 


William Ridings, Jr., . 




- 


s. s, 


44, 48, 46 


(I 


Samuel E. Robinson, . 




- 


s. s., 


R. 


(< 


Irving L. Stebbins, 




- 


s. s., 


44, 49, 47 


Bugler, . 


William F. Storey, 




- 


s. s., 


R. 


Seaman, 


Edward T. Thompson, 




Prone, 


s. s., 


R. 


<« 


Vernon K. Wakem, 




- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


it 


George H. Waring, 




- 


s. s., 


44, 49, 46 


Q . M., '. '. 


Miner W. Wilcox, 




Prone, 


s. s., 


50, 47, 49 


Seaman, 


Clarence E. Wood, 




- 


s. s, 


47, 48, 48 


<< 


William W. Wilson, . 




~ 


s. s., 


45, 48, 47 





COMPANY G, 


NAVAL BRIGADE. 




Seaman, 


C. E. Bennett, .... 


Prone, 


S.S., 


44, 46, 46 


Coxswain, 


S. H. Bond, . 






- 


S. s., 


46, 48, 46 


G. Mate, 


O. P. Bourne, 






- 


s. s., 


47, 49, 47 


Seaman, 


E. W. Collins, 






- 


s. s., 


R. 


it 


J. De Beeche, 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 48 


Lieutenant, . 


Geo. N. Gardiner, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 47 


Bugler, . 


G. H. Gifford, 






- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 49 


Seaman, 


C. E. Gifford, 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


G. Mate, 


H. Howard, Jr., . 






- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 49 


Q. M., . 


B. Hambly, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 46 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



171 



COMPANY G, NAVAL BRIGADE -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Position 
at 500 
Yards. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
189G. 


B. M., . 


H. Marshall, 


Prone, 


S. S., 


44, 47, 46 


Seaman, 


R. C. Neal, . 






- 


S. S., 


R. 


Ensign, . 


A. R. Pierce, 






- 


S. S., 


44, 49, 47 


Coxswain, 


C. E. Phinney, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


Bay man, 


Frederick G. Radcliffe, 


Jr., ! 




- 


s. s., 


R. 


Q M , . 


F. T. Roach, . 






Prone, 


s. s , 


47, 47, 46 


Seaman, 


G. A. Sherman, 






_ 


s. s., 


44, 48, 48 


Lieutenant, . 


A. E. Thomas, 






Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 47,47 


Seaman, 


F. B. Wade, . 






Prone, 


s. s., 


46, 47, 47 


B. M., . 


J. F. Walton, 






_ 


s. s., 


44, 48, 47 


Chief B. M., . 


D. F. G. Ward, . 






Prone, 


s. s.. 


44, 46, 48 


Seaman, 


W. S. Watson, . 






_ 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


II 


A. J. Ayer, . 






_ 


1st Class, 


45,46 


(< 


T. A. Brown, 






_ 


1st do. 


42,43 


<( 


T. A. Clark, . 






- 


1st do. 


47, 42 


II 


S. H. Dunham, 






- 


1st do. 


43, 42 


II 


C. E. Gardner. 






_ 


1st do. 


R. 


II 


C. F. Hudson, 






- 


1st do. 


45, 42 


II 


F. G. Hillman, . 






_ 


1st do. 


R. 


II 


W. E. Mosher, . 






Prone, 


1st do. 


46,45 


(i 


J. S. Silvia, . 






_ 


1st do. 


R. 


II 


A. T. Burbank, . 






- ■ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


II 


L. L. Beaudry, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


II 


J. Booker, . 






- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


II 


J. W. Carv, . 






_ 


2d do. 


19, 19 


II 


J. N. Cunningham, 






- 


2d do. 


20,23 


(t 


J. Fose-ia, 






- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


II 


H. W. Hammond, 






- 


2d do. 


19,21 


II 


H. 0. Haskins, 






_ 


2d do. 


18,20 


II 


P. S. McCabe, 






- 


2d do. 


18,20 


II 


A. W. Packard, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


tt 


W. H.Rowand, . 






_ 


2d do. 


19,23 


II 


Charles Radcliffe, . 






_ 


2d do. 


18, 19 


II 


R. G. Riley, . 






- 


2d do 


18, 18 


<( 


W. N. Tinkham, . 






- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(< 


W. H. Whalley, . 






- 


2d do. 


19,20 


(< 


R C.Willis, . 






- 


2d do. 


21,22 


<( 


J. Burns, 






- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


II 


G. Hutchins, 






- 


3d do. 


17,18 


«< 


P. O'Rourke, 






- 


3d do. 


17, 19 


<« 


H. C. Reynolds, . 






- 


3d do. 


16,17 


II 


J. J. Carroll, 






- 


2d do. 


- 


II 


A. H. Marsden, 






— 


2d do. 


— 



COMPANY H, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Q.M., . . 


George T. Adams, 


Prone, 


D. M., 


48, 50, 46 


Seaman, 


Oscar II. Buchholz, 




. 


Prone, 


D. M., 


46, 47, 47 


Lieutenant, . 


Henry S. Crossman, 




. 


Prone, 


D.M., 


50, 50, 50 


Seaman, 


Arthur J. Perkins, 




. 


Prone, 


D. M , 


49, 48, 47 


Chief B. M., . 


Henry D. Banks, . 




. 


Prone, 


S. S., 


46, 46, 46 


Ensign, . 


Walter S. Barr, . 




. 


- 


s. s., 


47, 49, 46 


Coxswain, 


Frank W. Baum, . 




. 


Prone, 


s. s., 


49, 46, 46 


B. M., . 


Frank H. Bo wen, . 




. 


Prone, 


8.S., 


44, 48, 46 


Seaman, 


Willie H. Bundrett, 




, . 


Prone. 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


Lieutenant, . 


William O. Cohn, . 




. 


- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 46 


G. M., . 


Frederick H. Colburn, 




. 


Prone, 


s. s., 


49, 46, 48 


Seaman, 


Joseph W. Derby, 




. 


Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 47, 46 


<< 


Ernest J. Dexter, . 




. 


Prone, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


«< 


Herman G. Farr, . 




. 


- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


<« 


Ernest B. Gilbert, 




• 


Prone, 


s. s., 


49, 49, 46 



172 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY H, NAVAL BRIGADE - Concluded. 







Positioi 


1 Record 


Range Work. 


Rank. 


Name. 


at 500 
Yards. 


Class. 


1896. 


Seamen, 


Frank G. Hodskins, 


Prone 


S. S., 


4S, 49, 46 


it 


Curtis H. Jennings, . . . 


Prone 


s. s. 




48, 49, 46 


i< 


Walter E. Johnson, 


Prone, 


s s. 




45, 46, 46 


<( 


Henry C. Knudson, 


Prone 


s. s. 




44, 46, 46 


«« 


Paul H. Lathrop, .... 


Prone 


s.s. 




44, 46, 46 


Ensign, . 


Fred. T. Ley, .... 


Prone 


s. s. 




44, 46, 46 


Seaman, 


Albert N. Luce 


Prone 


s. s. 




44, 46, 46 


it 


Charles C. McGregory, 


Prone 


s.s. 




44, 47, 46 


<( 


George L. Meacham, . 


Prone 


s.s. 




45, 46, 46 


it 


Raymond 0. Nickerson, 


Prone, 


s.s. 




44, 47, 46 


Bayman, 


George H. Nobbs, 


Prone 


s. s. 




44, 46, 47 


Seaman, 


Samuel L. Ruden, 


Prone 


s. s. 




45, 46, 46 


ii 


Arthur J. Skinner, 


Prone 


s. s. 




44, 46, 46 


«i 


Joseph Tonseul, .... 


Prone 


s.s 




45, 46, 46 


<< 


Frederick V. Varin, 


Prone 


s.s. 




45, 49, 46 


<( 


Frank E Washburn, . 


Prone 


s. s. 




44, 46, 46 


<< 


D. Charles White, 


Prone 


s. s. 




45, 47, 46 


Q.M., •' ! 


Robert T. Whitehouse, 


Prone 


s.s. 




45, 46, 46 


Seaman, 


Alfred T. Wright, 


- 


s. s. 




44, 48, 46 


<t 


Frank J. Boyd, .... 


Prone 


1st Class, 


42,40 


<« 


Charles E. Crosier, Jr., 


Prone 


1st do. 


42, 42 


(( 


Myron R. Cutler, .... 


Prone 


1st do. 


43,43 


<( 


Winthrop I. Davis, 


Prone 


1st do. 


42,43 


it 


Charles S. Elliott, 


Prone 


1st do. 


42, 40 


u 


Joseph D. Hey ward, . 


Prone 


1st do. 


42, 46 


II 


Charles H. Jordan, 


Prone 


1st do. 


44,41 


«( 


Robert P King, .... 


Prone 


1st do. 


42, 42 


(( 


Ward H. Long, .... 


Prone 


1st do. 


42, 40 


<« 


Allen Mel lor, .... 


Prone 


1st do. 


42, 43 


(( 


Gilbert G. Patnode, 


Prone 


1st do. 


42, 40 


«( 


M. Albert Pease, .... 


Prone 


! 1st do. 


42,44 


<( 


Bertrand J. Perry, 


Prone 


, 1st do. 


42, 41 


(< 


Harry Rusk 


Prone 


1st do. 


42, 43 


<( 


Stephen Russell, 


Prone 


1st do. 


43,42 


Bsw. M* 


Everett E. Sawtell, 


Prone 


1st do. 


43,42 


Seaman, 


Edwin S Smith, .... 


Prone 


1st do. 


42, 40 


Bugler, . 


A. N. Stanley 


Prone 


, 1st do. 


42, 42 


Seaman, 


McClellan E. Streeter, . 


Prone 


1st do. 


42,43 


it 


Lewis W. Swan, .... 


Prone 


1st do. 


44,45 


<< 


Homer B. Wood 


Prone 


, 1st do. 


43,43 


Lieutenant, . 


Jenness K. Dexter, 


- 


2d do. 


21, 18 


G. M., . 


Arthur Ingersoll 


- 


2d do. . 


20, 18 


Seaman, 


Lucius E. Ladd, Jr., . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<( 


Robert M. Lindsey, 


- 


2d do. 


20, 20 


ii 


George W. Lyman, 


— 


2d do. 


21,20 



REVOLVER QUALIFICATIONS. 



Rank. Name. 


Organization. 


Record 
Class. 


Range 
Work. 

1896. 


Maj. F. H. Briggs, . 

Capt. W. M Merrill, 

Sgt Maj. H. S. Keyes, . 

Maj. R. H Morgan, 

Lt. J. B. Paine, 

P. M. Sgt. Geo. R. Russell, . 

Capt. C. P. Nutter, . 

Col. E. P. Clark, . 


Staff First Brigade, . 
Second Brigade, 
First Reg't Infantry, 
Kirst Reg't Infantry, 
First Reg't Infantry, 
First Reg't Infantry, 
Co. C, First Reg't Infantry, 
Second Reg't Infantry, 


1st Class, 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 


29, 29 

29, 30 
28,28 
28, 29 

30, 30 
30, 30 
29,29 
28,29 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



173 



REVOLVER 


QUALIFICATIONS — Continued. 






Rank. Name. 


Organization. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 






Class. 


1896. 


Lt. Col. E. R. Shumway, 


Second Reg't Infantry, 


1st Class, 


28, 29 


Lt. J. E. Lancaster, 


Staff Second Reg't Infantry, 




1st 


do. 


29, 29 


Capt. Henry McDonald, . 


Co. B, Second Reg't Infantry, 




1st 


do. 


28,28 


Lt. E. R. Gray, 


E, " 




1st 


do. 


R. 


Capt. J. J. Leonard, 


G, " " " 




1st 


do. 


28,29 


" W. E. Hassam, . 


H, " 




1st 


do. 


28, 28 


Lt. Daniel Moynihan, 


I, " " 




1st 


do. 


28,28 


Capt. Roger Morgan, 


K, " " " 




1st 


do. 


28,29 


Lt. Philip C. Powers, 


j^ it K << 




1st 


do. 


28,29 


" W. T. Warriner, 


K\ " " " 




1st 


do. 


29,28 


Capt. H. 0. Hicks, . 


M, " " " 




1st 


do. 


29, 29 


Lt. E. J. Laferriere, 


M, " " " 




1st 


do. 


28,29 


Maj. C. C. Foster, . 


Staff Fifth Reg't Infantrv, 




1st 


do. 


28,28 


Lt. R. B Edes, 


Fifth Reg't Infantrv, 




1st 


do. 


30,29 


Capt. E. E. Mason, . 


Co. B, Fifth Reg't Infantry, 




1st 


do. 


28, 28 


Lt. C. \V. Facev, . 


B, " " " 




1st 


do. 


28,28 


" C. J. Kirby, 


B, « " " 




1st 


do. 


28,28 


" 0. J. C. Neilson, 


],' 14 II (( 




1st 


do. 


28,28 


Capt. M. D. Clement, 


F,' " " " 




1st 


do. 


28,28 


Lt. C. E. Hamilton, 


p ii i< «i 




1st 


do. 


28, 30 


" Thomas McCarthy, . 


g', " " " 




1st 


do. 


28, 29 


•■ C. H. Groves, . 


M, " " " 




1st 


do. 


28,28 


Col. Henry Parsons, 


Sixth Reg't Infantrv, 




1st 


do. 


28, 28 


Lt. J. W. Jones, 


Staff Sixth Reg't Infantry, 




1st 


do. 


28,28 


Capt. E. J. Gihon, . 


Co. A, Sixth Reg't Infantry, 


1st 


do. 


28,28 


Lt. F. G. Taylor, . 


V it ti *" it 


1st 


do. 


28,28 


" T. 1). Barroll, . 


1 Staff Eighth Reg't Infantrv, 


1st 


do. 


28, 29 


11 R. Robertson, . 


Co. E, Eighth Reg't Infantrv, 


1st 


do. 


29,30 


" L. H. Wardwell, 


E, " " ■' 


1st 


do. 


28,29 


Capt. A. Preston ('base, . 


J£ (i II it 


1st 


do. 


28,29 


Maj. W. H. Donovan, 


Staff Ninth Reg't Infantry, 


1st 


do. 


28,28 


Lt. John Breen, 


Ninth Reg't Infantrv, 


1st 


do. 


28,28 


Capt. J. H. Joubert, 


Co. F, Ninth Reg't Infantry, 


1st 


do. 


28,29 


" Jeremiah Moynihan, 


G, " " " 


1st 


do. 


28,28 


Lt. Matthew E. Hines, . 


G, " " 




1st 


do. 


28,28 


" J. F. Hurley, . 


G, " " 




1st 


do. 


28,28 


Capt. W. F. Sbaughnessey, . 


K, " " " 




1st 


*do. 


28,28 


Lt. Peter J. Connors, 


K, " " 




1st 


do. 


29,29 


Capt. M. E. Morris, 


L, 


1st 


do. 


29,30 


Lt. D. J. Murphy, . 


L, " " " 


. 1st 


do. 


29,29 


" H. S. Crossman, 


H, Naval Brigade, 


1st 


do. 


28,29 


" W. 0. Cohn, . 


H, Naval Brigade, 




1st 


do. 


29, 28 


Hosp. Stw'd A. S Knight, 


Staff First Corps Cadets, 




. 1st 


do. 


29,29 


Sgt. Maj. V.C. Pond, . 


First Corps Cadets, 




1st 


do. 


28, 28 


Capt. E. H. Shaw, . 


Troop F, . 




. 1st 


do. 


28, 28 


Asst. Surg. Amasa Howard, . 


Troop F. . 




1st 


do. 


30,29 


Capt. F. R. Bansjs, . 


Stuff Seeond Brigade, 




. 2d 


do. 


25, 25 


" W. T. Lambert, . 


Second Brigade, 




•2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Sgt. H. A. Richards, 


Second Brigade, 




2d 


do. 


25, 26 


11 J. S. Curtis, 


Second Brigade, 




2d 


do. 


25, 25 


11 F. A. Brown, . 


Second Brigade, 




2d 


do. 


26, 26 


" G. H. Doty, . 


Se<ond Brigade, 




2d 


do. 


26, 26 


Lt. James A. Frye, . 


First Reg't Infantry, 


2d 


do. 


26, 27 


Maj. 0. II. Marion, 


First Reg'f Infantry, 


2d 


do. 


26, 25 


Capt. John Burdman. Jr.. 


Co. A, First Reg't Infantry, 


2d 


do. 


30,27 


Lt. E. I). Fullerton. 


A, " " " 




2d 


do. 


27, 25 


" A. M. Eaton, Jr., 


A «( ii II 




2d 


do. 


28,25 


11 C. F. Nostrom, . 


Q (< ti it 




2d 


do. 


26. 26 


11 A. E. Hall, 


Q ii ii it 




2d 


do. 


25, 26 


" T. S. Hathaway, 


e' " " " 




2d 


do. 


25, 25 


" J. L. Gibbs, 


E, " " " 




2d 


do. 


27, 27 


Capt. W. L. Pratt, . 


y a a a 




2d 


do. 


25, 27 


Lt. W. Renfrew, 


j-j a a a 




2d 


do. 


25, 26 


" B. E. Grant, . 


H, " " 


2d 


do. 


25, 26 



174 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



REVOLVER QUALIFICATIONS — Concluded. 



Bank. Xamb. 


Organization. 


Kecord 


Range 
Work. 






Class. 


1896. 


Lt. W. L. Swan, 


Co. L, First Reg't Infantry, 


2d Class, 


26, 27 


" A. E. Taylor, . 




Staff Second Reg't Infantry, 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Capt. Edwin G. Barrett, . 




Co. A, Second Reg't Infantry, . 


2d 


do. 


27,27 


Lt. Moses H. Tisdell, 




A << '< << 


2d 


do. 


27,27 


" Frederick H. Liicke, 




A " << << 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


" W. L. Young, . 




B, ' 4 44 " 


2d 


do. 


25,26 


41 H. J. Vesper, . 




R (( (« << 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Capt. A. L. Stone, . 




17 << «( << 

L » • 


2d 


do. 


25,26 


Lt. A. A. Fowler, . 




T? «( << a 


2d 


do. 


25, 27 


" A. L. Potter, 




J? «« «( << 

- 1 » • 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


" Wm. C. Haves, . 




G, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


26, 26 


" E. B. Fish, 




H, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


26,26 


" W. S. Prior, 




H, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


26,26 


" G. A. Thayer, . 




T a a << 

■*•> • 


2d 


do. 


26,25 


Capt. Henrv L. Williams 


, 


<< «« <« 
■*■» • 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


44 F. E.* Pierce, . 




L. 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


26,26 


Lt. Charles H. Field, 




L, 4 ' 44 " 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


41 J. R. Bickford, . 




L, " 44 44 


2d 


do. 


26,26 


Col. W. A. Bancroft, 




Fifth Reg't Infantry, 


2d 


do. 


26, 25 


Maj. Geo. H. Benyon, 




Staff Fifth Reg't Infantry, 


2d 


do. 


26, 25 


44 A. M. Mossraan, 




Fifth Reg't Infantry, 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Chf. Bugler E. L. Morse, 




Fifth Reg't Infantry, 


2d 


do. 


26,25 


Lt. E. R. Springer, . 




Co. C, Fifth Reg't Infantry, . 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Capt. W. C. Butler, 




~n " << << 


2d 


do. 


25, 27 


Lt. L. R. Gindrat, . 




p «< <« <( 


2d 


do. 


25,26 


Capt. L. E. Hanson, 




g', 4< 4< 4< ! 


2d 


do. 


25, 26 


Lt. Fred. McDonald, 




H, 44 44 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Capt. H. A. Clark, . 




i .. << k 


2d 


do. 


26, 25 


Lt. G. H. Sykes, . 




T (( a (( 


2d 


do. 


26, 25 


44 C. A. Richardson, 




II (( <( 


2d 


do. 


26,27 


41 H L. Kincade, . 




K, 44 44 4 ' 


2d 


do. 


25, 26 


44 W. H. Whitney, 




K, 4< 44 4< 


2d 


do 


25, 28 


Capt. C. F Reed, . 




Co. M. Fifth Reg't Infantry, . 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Lt. E. L. Tucker, . 




Staff Sixth Reg't Infantry, 


2d 


do. 


25, 27 


44 Charles E. Walton, 




Co. A, Sixth Res't Infantry, . 


2d 


do. 


26, 25 


Capt. Geo. H. Priest, 




B, 44 " 


2d 


do. 


27,25 


Lt. Lewis H. Swift, . 




C, 44 44 44 


2d 


do 


25,25 


Capt. E. B Carr, . 




G, 44 «« 44 


2d 


do. 


25, 26 


Lt. W. E. Sweetser, 




H, 44 " 44 


2d 


do. 


26,27 


41 G. R. Barnstead, 




H, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


26, 27 


44 N. E. Putney, . 




K, 44 


2d 


do. 


27, 26 


Capt. U. A. Goodell, 




K. 44 " 44 


2d 


do. 


26,26 


Major Wm. Cogswell, 




Staff Eighth Reg't Infantry, . 


2d 


do. 


27,28 


44 Wm Stopford, 




Eighth Reg't Infantry, . 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Lt. G. W. Langdon, 




Co. A, Eighth Reg't Infantry, . 


2d 


do. 


25, 26 


Capt. E. J. Horton, 




G, 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Lt. C. L. Ingersoll, . 




G, 44 44 " 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


44 E. C. White, . 




H, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


25, 26 


Col. F. P. Bo-an, . 




Ninth Reg't Infantry, 


2d 


do. 


26,26 


Lt. P. A. Sands, 




Co. F, Ninth Reg't Infantry, . 


2d 


do. 


26.27 


44 M. S. Boles, 




p ti c« (i 


2d 


do. 


27,27 


44 P. Connealey, . 




l] 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


26,27 


Bugler C. H. Fuller, 




Staff Naval Brigade, . 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Lt. A. B. Fry, . 




Naval Brigade, . 


2d 


do. 


25, 26 


44 G. I. Jones, 




Co. I), Naval Brigade, 


2d 


do. 


27,28 


44 D. Chase, . 




E, 44 . 


2d 


do. 


26,25 


Ensign H. P. Crosby, 




E, "M . 


2d 


do. 


25,25 


Lt. F. L. Joy, . 




Co. A, First Corps Cadets, 


2d 


do. 


26,26 


44 H. C. Wells, . 




A, 44 4l " . 


2d 


do. 


26,26 


Capt. Phillip Little, . 




Co. A, Second Corps Cadets, . 


2d 


do. 


26,27 


Lt. G. E. Worthen, . 




D, 44 44 " 


2d 


do. 


26, 25 


Capt. W. A. Perrin, 




Troop D, First Batt. Cavalry, . 


2d 


do. 


27,27 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



175 



EFFICIENTS. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 





■ 


■ 


c 




s 


a 


c 






- a> 

C O 

1 o 


u 
S 

. .0 
» O 
- o 
a, O 


oj Jd 


■ 

o 
o 
jd 


s 

3 a 


s a 

e " 


00 

a 

« 93 

T3 S 


CO 

C 
O 

05 • 

o © 

E 35 




kc 


o 

S3 


*3 

09 


In 

si 


CO 

hi 


o 
o 


•a 

2 


«2 
3 W 




a 


a 


5 


OQ 


pB| 


w 


H 


& 


Field and Staff, . 


18 


17 


1 


3 


6 


4 


3 


5 



Major Thomas F. Cordis, A. I. G. It. P. Efficient strength October 31, 94.44 per 
cent. 



FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Field and Staff, . 


21 


18 


6 


4 


3 


5 





12 


Company A, . 






61 


61 


1 


6 


6 


23 


25 


61 


Company B, . 






61 


61 


1 


18 


6 


18 


18 


61 


Company C, . 






61 


49 


2 


7 


3 


14 


23 


47 


Company 1), . 






60 


56 





4 


9 


17 


26 


55 


Company E, . 






59 


56 


2 


17 


10 


19 


8 


53 


Company F, . 






61 


59 





5 


11 


22 


21 


59 


Company G, . 






53 


47 





5 


4 


19 


19 


44 


Company H, . 






60 


52 





1 


7 


22 


22 


51 


Company I, . 






61 


56 


2 


4 


12 


25 


13 


53 


Company K, . 






60 


45 





7 


1 


13 


24 


41 


Company L, . 






56 


30 





5 


2 


10 


13 


24 


Company M, . 






61 


61 


1 


26 


8 


21 


5 


61 








735 


651 


15 


109 


82 


228 


217 


622 



Lieutenant John B. Paine, I. R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 88.57 per cent. 



SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Field and Staff, . 


21 


21 


2 


5 


5 


9 





21 


Company A, . 






61 


60 





13 


11 


20 


16 


57 


Company B, . 






61 


61 


1 


9 


6 


25 


20 


61 


Company C, . 






61 


61 


1 


27 


7 


23 


3 


61 


Company I), . 






61 


59 





9 


12 


21 


17 


55 


Company E, . 






56 


47 


2 


8 


5 


13 


19 


45 


Company F, . 






52 


47 








1 


26 


20 


45 


Company G, . 






61 


61 





8 


10 


22 


21 


61 


Company H, . 






61 


61 





12 


12 


33 


4 


61 


Company I, . 






61 


61 


2 


6 


8 


23 


22 


61 


Company K, . 






61 


61 


1 


15 


5 


26 


14 


61 


Company L, . 






59 


50 


1 


7 


10 


17 


15 


45 


Company M, . 






61 


61 


2 


6 


9 


29 


15 


61 








737 


711 


12 


125 


101 


287 


186 


695 



Lieutenant Albert E. Taylor, I. 
cent. 



R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 96.47 per 



176 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 





^5 


_^ 


„ 




a 


B 


c 










•o ° 




<D 


a 


& 






hi 


u 


o> H 


u 


a 


s a 


a 


(- 




a o 
lo 


. .O 

s O 


— 2 

00 .M 


O 

o 
■ 


5 ad 


3J3 

•5S 


2 .* 


u (ft 

s « 




£ 

c 


E 


53 

00 


e3 




o 
o 




*2 

3 « 




W 


a 


2 


CO 


■b 


00 




c 


Field and Staff, . 


12 


10 





2 





7 


I 


9 


Companv A, . 




61 


61 


7 


12 


12 


27 


3 


61 


Company B, . 




58 


58 





1 


10 


31 


16 


57 


Companv C, . 




61 


57 


1 


9 


12 


15 


20 


55 


Company D, . 




61 


49 





8 


5 


14 


22 


45 


Companv E, . 




49 


44 


1 


6 


5 


26 


6 


40 


Companv F, . 




47 


33 








1 


13 


19 


30 


Company G, . 




57 


47 


1 


6 


7 


23 


10 


43 


Companv H, . 




50 


45 


2 


7 


8 


21 


7 


38 


Company I, . 




58 


48 


1 


7 


12 


24 


4 


45 


Companv K, . 




60 


47 





2 


2 


23 


20 


40 


Companv L, . 




54 


50 





6 


4 


27 


13 


48 


Companv M, . 


52 


42 


1 


4 


6 


16 


15 


35 






680 


591 


14 


70 


84 


267 


156 


546 



Lieutenant James W. Jones, I. R. P. 
cent. 



Efficient strength October 31, 86.91 per 



TROOP F, CAVALRY. 



82 


82 


3 


24 


9 


43 


3 



82 



Efficient strength October 31, 100 per cent. 



SECOND BRIGADE. 



19 


18 1 4 3 


4 


6 



Major Elijah George, A. I. G R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 94.74 per cent. 



FIFTH 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 








Field and Staff, . 


21 


17 


3 


2 


2 


8 


2 


9 


Companv A, . 


56 


44 








6 


20 


18 


40 


Companv B, . 


57 


57 


I 


15 


11 


24 


6 


57 


Company C, . 


52 


44 





3 


6 


21 


14 


31 


Companv D 


53 


48 











18 


30 


47 


Companv E, . 


59 


59 





4 


2 


23 


30 


59 


Company F, . 


61 


61 


2 


12 


13 


30 


4 


61 


Companv G, . 


HI 


59 


4 


8 


7 


23 


17 


58 


Companv H, . 


58 


42 





4 


5 


16 


17 


29 


Companv I 


61 


59 


2 


1 


9 


23 


24 


58 


Companv K, . 


61 


47 





1 


7 


26 


13 


41 


Companv L, . 


61 


61 


1 


5 


10 


34 


11 


fil 


Company M, . 


60 


48 





1 


4 


32 


11 


45 




721 


646 


13 


56 


82 


298 


197 


596 



Lieutenant Robert Ball Edes, I. 
cent. 



R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 89.58 per 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



177 



EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 





• 


■ 


p 




c 


,_: 


c 






CO 


CO 






0) 


IV 


V 






u 
- V 

c o 
a ° 

£ o 

o 


u 

is 
1 ° 


<u a 

fZ CO 
go J£ 

3 a 
|3 


3 

o 

c 

C 


s 


» a 

o 


E 

to m 


c 

03 • 
O © 

s » 




z. 


B 


go 




I-c 





A 


3 * 




w 


H 


fl 


Cfi 


h 


0Q 


H 


O" 


Field and Staff, . 


21 


18 


2 


3 


4 


9 





16 


Company A, . 








50 


34 





2 


4 


17 


11 


29 


Company B, . 








61 


61 


1 


22 


20 


17 


I 


61 


Company C, . 








58 


51 





3 


9 


22 


17 


45 


Company D, . 








60 


51 


1 


5 


7 


20 


18 


45 


Company E, . 








53 


43 





6 


4 


20 


13 


37 


Company F, . 








50 


44 





10 


9 


20 


5 


33 


Company G, . 








60 


60 





12 


7 


27 


14 


60 


Company H, . 








61 


61 





5 


5 


23 


28 


61 


Company I, . 








55 


38 


2 


6 


8 


11 


11 


26 


Company K, . 








51 


48 





9 


5 


22 


12 


38 


Company L, . 








58 


50 





6 


3 


10 


31 


45 


Company M, . 








61 


52 


1 


4 





20 


27 


41 










699 


611 


7 


93 


85 


238 


188 


537 



Lieutenant T. D. Barroll, I. R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 8741 per cent. 



NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Field and Staff, . 


21 


10 


1 


2 





5 


2 


8 


Company A, . 






58 


36 





1 


6 


16 


13 


36 


Company B, . 






60 


48 





6 


4 


12 


26 


42 


Company C, . 






60 


43 





6 


2 


18 


17 


36 


Company D, . 






61 


58 











16 


42 


55 


Company E, . 






59 


39 





1 


2 


13 


23 


29 


Company F, . 






54 


45 


2 


6 


4 


26 


7 


23 


Company G, . 






61 


56 





5 


12 


19 


20 


56 


Company H, . 






61 


45 








5 


13 


27 


44 


Company I, . 






44 


39 





3 


3 


14 


19 


37 


Company K, . 






61 


61 





9 


11 


29 


12 


61 


Company L, . 






54 


54 


2 


6 


9 


27 


10 


54 


Company M, . 






61 


49 


1 


5 


3 


18 


22 


40 








715 


583 


6 


50 


61 


226 


240 


521 



Lieutenant John Breen, I. R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 81.53 per cent. 



FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY. 



Field and Staff, . 


14 


10 





1 


2 


4 


3 


2 


Troop A, .... 


80 


38 





4 


3 


23 


8 


34 


Troop D, .... 


79 


36 





5 


9 


14 


8 


22 




173 


84 





10 


14 


41 


19 


58 



Lieutenant H. D. Litchfield, I. R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 48.55 per cent. 



178 



ADJUTANT GENERALS REPORT. 



[Jan, 



FIRST CORPS CADETS. 





fH 


pH 


c 




c 


c 


c 










T3 C 




0) 


a> 


at 






hi 


h 


V S 


0) 


a 


oo g 


3 


s 




c 2 

OJ +■» 

B O 
o 

j- 

c 


of. To 
1 ° 




o 

o 

.e 

a> 

a. 
H 

03 

x: 


ao j» 

.2 5 

as 
hi 


JsJS 

o 
u 


s-a 

2 


a! • 

I • 

- 1-» 




W 


w 


Q 


GO 


fe 


00 


H 


o> 


Field and Staff, . 


12 


11 


1 


3 


2 


4 


1 


9 


Company A, . 


58 


58 


1 


11 


10 


22 


14 


55 


Company B, . . . . 


67 


64 


1 


11 


14 


23 


15 


58 


Company C, . 


65 


65 





4 


14 


38 


9 


64 


Company D, . 


78 


78 


2 


9 


9 


46 


12 


78 




280 


276 


5 


38 


49 


133 


51 


264 



Lieutenant Wm. A. Hayes, I R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 98.57 per cent. 



SECOND CORPS CADETS. 



Field and Staff, . 


13 


9 








2 


4 


3 


3 


Company A, . 


51 


44 


1 


4 


7 


26 


6 


37 


Company B, . 


51 


44 





3 


5 


18 


18 


40 


Company C, . 


46 


38 


4 


6 


4 


13 


11 


37 


Company D, . 


37 


26 


2 


1 


2 


14 


7 


24 




198 


161 


7 


14 


20 


75 


45 


141 



Lieutenant Charles S. Tuckerman, I. R. P. Efficient streng h, October 31, 81.31 
iper cent. 



NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Field and Staff, 
Company A, . 
Company B, . 
Company C, . 
Company D, . 
Company E, . 
Company F, . 
Company G, . 
Company H, . 









60 


48 





5 


5 


23 


15 








43 


43 





2 


6 


22 


13 








48 


48 





7 


5 


24 


12 








50 


49 





2 


3 


22 


22 








44 


44 





5 


11 


24 


4 








45 


45 





12 


8 


17 


8 








60 


60 


1 


59 

















53 


53 





22 


9 


18 


4 








60 


60 


4 


30 


21 


5 







453 


450 


5 


144 


6b 


155 


78 



37 
42 
33 
43 
43 
38 
60 
51 
60 



407 



Lieutenant H. N. Sweet, I. R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 99.33 per cent. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



179 



CONSOLIDATED REPORTS. 
Table A. — Efficients, M. V. M., Oct. 31, 1896. 









T3 £ 


X 


a 


* H 


a 


eo~ 


o 








-X s 


o 
o 
A 

X 


9 


3s 


9) 

x a 

r. E 


a 
o 


&o 


ORGANIZATION. 


a 

a 


en 




X x 

~ E3 


5.3 




-•a 

2 -a 


■2 .32 




"o 


*3 


■B* 






S3 


"Ejs! 








c 


m 


■ 


c3 

J3 


■~ 


u 


2 


ES* 


few 




fa 


fa 


Q 


OQ 


fa 


CO 


H 


G? 


Oh 


Commander-in Chief and Staff, 


23 


13 




5 


3 


5 


_ 


1 


56.52 




18 


17 


1 


3 


6 


4 


3 


5 


94.44 


2d Brigade Staff, .... 


19 


18 


1 


4 


3 


4 


6 


- 


94.74 


1st Regiment Infantry, — 




















Lieut. J. B. Paine, I. R. P., 


735 


651 


15 


109 


82 


228 


217 


622 


88.57 


2d Regiment Infantry, — 




















Lieut. Albert E. Taylor, I. R. P., 


737 


711 


12 


125 


101 


287 


186 


695 


96.47 


5th Regiment Infantry. — 




















Lieut. Robert Ball Edes, I. R. P. 


721 


646 


13 


56 


82 


298 


197 


596 


89.58 


6th Regiment Infantry, — 




















Lieut. James XV. Jones, I. R. P., 


680 


591 


14 


70 


84 


267 


156 


546 


86.91 


8th Regiment Infantry,— 




















Lieut. T. D. Barroll, I. R. P., . 


699 


611 


7 


93 


85 


238 


188 


537 


87.41 


9th Regiment Infantry, — 




















Lieut. John Breen, I. R. P., 


715 


583 


6 


50 


61 


226 


240 


521 


81.53 


1st Corp Cadets, — 




















Lieut. Win. A. Hayes, I. R. P., . 


280 


276 


5 


38 


49 


133 


51 


264 


98.57 


2d Corp Cadets, — 




















Lieut. Chas. 8. Tucker man, I. R P., 


198 


161 


7 


14 


20 


75 


45 


141 


81.31 


Naval Brigade, — 




















Lieut. Henry N. Sweet, I. R. P., 


453 


450 


4 


145 


68 


155 


78 


407 


99.33 


let Battalion Cavalry, — 




















Lieut. H. D. Litchfield, 


173 


84 


- 


10 


14 


41 


19 


58 


48.55 


Troop F, Cavalry, — 




















Lieut. James W. Jones, I. R. P., 


82 


82 


3 

88 


24 
746 


9 


43 


3 


82 


100.00 




5,533 


4,894 


667 


2,004 


1,389 


4,475 


88.45 



Table B. — Comparative Efficiency by Brigade, 

FIRST BRIGADE. 









■a c 


X 


a 


-, o 


a 


■■ 











s. « 




<u 


CC ^ 


<0 


a 






«a 




•5 a 




*s 


s a 


x a 
X □ 


o 


CD y 






■ 


.2 " 


O 


X X 


53 


c3 x 


« . 


S3 ^ 




a 


a 


»fe 


X 


O 5 


-a J? 


a) 


£g 


3 i> 




o 


"o 


p _ 


a. 
u 


x^ 


*S 


"ga 


— C5 


gti 




a 


e 


a 


es 

J3 


s 


o 


XI 


§13 


few 




fa 


h 


w 


(72 


fa 


GO 


H 


o* 


&h 


Field and Staff 


18 


17 


1 


3 


6 


4 


3 


5 


mm 


1st Regiment Infantry, . 


735 


651 


15 


109 


82 


228 


217 


622 


- 


2d Rogiment Infantry, 


737 


711 


12 


125 


101 


287 


186 


695 


- 


6th Regiment Infantry, . 


680 


591 


14 


70 


84 


267 


156 


*546 


- 


Troop F, Cavalry, .... 


82 


82 


3 


24 
331 


9 

282 


43 


3 


82 


- 




2,252 


2,052 


45 


829 


565 


1,950 


91.12 



SECOND BRIGADE. 



Field and Staff 

5th Regiment Infantry, . 
8th Regiment Infantry, . 
9th Regiment Infantry, . 
1st Battalion Cavalry, 


19 
721 
699 
715 
173 


18 
646 
611 
583 

84 


1 
13 

7 
6 


4 
56 
93 
50 
10 


3 

82 
85 
61 
14 


4 

298 

238 

226 

41 


6 

197 

188 

240 

19 


596 
537 
521 

58 


- 




2,327 


1,942 


27 


213 


245 


807 


650 


1,712 


83.45 



180 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



REVOLVER QUALIFICATIONS, 1896. 





_ s 

OJ 'o 

B s 

o 


•a 

o3 

to 
u 

32 *; 

■<-> 3! 


OJ 
03 

'£ 

PC 

n 


s 
s 

"So.- 
a- --. 

c 


3 

a 

'Ec • 

il 


V 

S 

'an 


5 
S 

'So- 
e> >> 

"" C 
(8 


Oil 

2 

'5c • 

II 

W 


5 

s 

£i • 

Oy S*» 

~" c 

£ .03 


Pi 

bl 

o 

'CO 

*j a; 
«: 'C 


■ 

a. 
h 
o 
O 

= -a 

C 03 

in 
oy w 
CO 


m 
■a 

03 

_bc 

pa 
> 

03 


3 

-5 >> 

m — 

03 
-> 

Eh 


> 

03 



&r 

u 03 
c- 1 


Field and Staff, . 





1 


7 


6 


4 


6 


3 


3 


3 


2 





2 








Company A, 











3 


3 





2 


1 





2 


1 











Company B, 














3 


3 


1 























Company C, 











3 





1 


1 























Company D, 

















1 














1 


1 


1 





Company E, 











2 


1 


1 





2 











2 








Company F, 














3 


3 


I 





3 














2 


Company G, 














2 


2 


1 


2 


3 

















Company H, 











3 


3 


1 


2 


1 











2 








Company I, 














3 


3 


























Company K, 














3 


2 


2 


1 


2 

















Company L, 











1 


3 











3 

















Company M, 















2 


2 




























1 


7 


18 


30 


25 


13 


10 


14 


4 


2 


7 


1 


2 



REGIMENTAL COMPETITIONS. 

Company Teams of Ten, Ten Shots at 200 Yards, Highest Pos- 
sible Score, 500. 

The competitions with one exception (First Corps Cadets) were 
held at South Framingham on the State range. The trophies were 
engravings, " Spoils of War." 



First Regiment Infantry, October 7. The Regimental Trophy was won by Com- 
pany B of Cambridge. 



Company B, 411 

Company E, 409 

Company C, 391 

Company I,- . . . . 379 

Company M, 370 

Company A, 363 



Company F 360 

Company D, 331 

Company H, 324 

Company L, 320 

Company G, 293 

Company K, 254 



Second Regiment Infantry, September 5. The Regimental Trophy was won by 
Company M of Adams. 



Company M, 415 

Company B, 409 

Company I, 392 

Company K, 383 

Company E, 381 

Company C, 375 



Company H 371 

Company G, 367 

Company L, 357 

Company D, 356 

Company A, 317 

Company F, 304 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



181 



Fifth Regiment Infantry, September 28. The Regimental Trophy was won by 



Company F of Waltham. 

Company F, 412 

Company G, 410 

Company L, 403 

Company B 377 

Company I, 375 

Company C 356 



Company M, 351 

Company K 333 

Company H, 319 

Company E, 266 

Company A, 248 

Company D, 167 



Sixth Regiment Infantry, September 30. The Regimental Trophy was won by 



Company A of Wakefield. 

Company A, 389 

Company H, 374 

Company C, 372 

Company I, 364 

Company D, 354 

Company E 339 

Eighth Regiment Infantry, October 3. 
Company B of Amesbury. 

Company B, 403 

Company K, 400 

Company G, 383 

Company D 381 

Company I, . . . . 376 

Company E, 356 

Ninth Regiment Infantry, October 24. 
pany L of Natick. 

Company L, 367 

Company K, 364 

Company F, 352 

Company G, 335 

Company M 327 

Company H 326 



Company L 323 

Company B, 314 

Company M, 310 

Company G, 309 

Company K 263 

Company F, 252 

The Regimental Trophy was won by 

I Company A, 354 

Company M, 346 

Company H, 315 

Company C, 301 

Company L 296 

Company F, 285 

The Regimental Trophy was won by Com- 

Company B 303 

Company A 271 

Company C, 270 

Company E 241 

, Company 1 202 

I Company D, 84 



First Corps Cadets, July 14. The Corps Trophy was won by Company D. 

Company D 388 I Company A, 380 

Company B, 386 I Company C, 337 

Second Corps Cadets, September 22. The Corps Trophy was won by Company C. 

Company C, 387 I Company B, 313 

Company A, 361 I Company D, 308 

Naval Brigade, September 26. The Brigade Trophy was won by Company H of 
Springfield. 

Company H 391 

Company F, 3S1 

Company E, 375 

Company B, 366 



Company G, 357 

Company D, 331 

Company A, 328 

Company C, 315 



CAVALRY COMPETITION. 

Teams of Ten, Fifteen Shots at 200 Yards, Possible Score, 750. 

Cavalry Battalion, Walnut Hill, September 7. The Trophy was won by Troop F 
of Westford. 



Troop F 586 

Troop D, 549 



Troop A, 518 



182 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



STATE COMPETITIONS. 

I. The State competition for teams of fifteen, firing ten shots 
each at 200 and 500 yards, was held at Walnut Hill, September 7, 
and was won by the team of the Sixth Regiment Infantry. 



Sixth Regiment Infantry. 



Private Keough, . 


. 200 




500 


Corpora] Burns, 


. 200 




500 


Corporal Rodger, . 


. 200 




500 


Private Worthen, . 


. 200 




500 


Sergeant Colby, 


. 200 




500 


Captain Gihon, 


. 200 




500 


Sergeant Gray, 


. 200 




500 


Private Reid, . 


. 200 




500 


Private Sedgley, . 


. 200 




500 


Corporal Faber, 


. 200 




500 


Private Mansfield, . 


. 200 




500 


Lieutenant Sweetser, 


. 200 




500 


Private Durward, . 


. 200 




500 


Sergeant Gannon, . 


. 200 




500 


Corporal Howard, . 


. 200 




500 



4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


5 




4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


3 


5 


5 


4 


87 


5 


5 


5 


4 





4 


4 


4 


3 


4 




4 


4 


4 


3 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


5 


85 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 




4 


4 


3 


5 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


86 


5 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 




4 


4 


5 


3 


4 


5 


3 


4 


3 


4 


79 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 




4 


4 


3 


3 


4 


4 


3 


5 


4 


4 


81 


4 





4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


4 




4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


80 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 




3 


5 


4 


5 


4 


5 


5 


3 


4 


4 


83 


4 


4 


4 


4 





5 


5 


4 


5 


5 




4 


4 


3 


5 


5 


5 


4 


5 


3 


4 


87 


4 


4 


3 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 




3 


3 


4 


3 


5 


5 





3 


4 


5 


75 


4 


3 


3 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 




5 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


5 


5 


87 


4 


5 


5 








4 


4 


4 


4 







5 


4 


3 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


89 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 




4 


3 


5 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


5 


87 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 




5 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


91 


5 


5 


4 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 




4 


4 


3 


5 


4 


5 


4 


3 


4 


5 


86 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 




5 


3 


5 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


5 


90 



1,273 

Fifth Regiment Infantry, 1,266 

First Regiment Infantry, 1,264 

Eighth Regiment Infantry, 1,222 

Naval Brigade, 1,219 

Second Regiment Infantry, 1,217 

First Corps Cadets, 1,195 

Second Corps Cadets, 1,088 

Ninth Regiment Infantry, 1,081 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



183 



II. The Cavalry competition for teams of ten, firing fifteen 
shots at 200 yards, was held at Walnut Hill, September 7, and 
was won by the team of Troop F. 







Troop 


F. 






















Sergeant Scribner, 


. 4 


4 4 


3 


4 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 — 56 


Private Carll, 


. 4 


3 3 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


3 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 — 60 


Sergeant Warren, 


. 3 


5 4 


5 


4 





4 


4 


5 


3 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 — 60 


Sergeant Pigott, 


. 3 


4 4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


2 


3 


4 


4 


5 — 57 


Sergeant Monahan, . 


. 5 


5 3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 — 64 


Private Parkhurst, . 


. 5 


4 4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4-62 


Sergeant Keyes, 


. 4 


4 3 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 — 62 


Private Fisher, . 


. 4 


4 4 


3 


4 


2 


5 


3 


4 


4 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 — 55 


Corporal Sweetser, . 


. 3 


5 3 


5 


5 


3 


2 


3 


5 


4 





4 


4 


4 


3 — 53 


Captain Shaw, . 


. 4 


3 4 


4 


4 


3 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


3 


4 


3 


4 — 57 
586 































































State Team. 
The fifteen competitors making the highest aggregate scores 



were as follows : — 

Lieutenant H. S. Crossman, Co. H, Naval Brigade, 
Coxswain J. B. Richards, Co. F, Naval Brigade, . 
Corporal W. W. Cooke, Co. I, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Private Geo. Durward, Co. A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Private G. H. Nason, Co. G, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Corporal R. Howard, Co. A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Quarter Master G. T. Adams, Co. H, Naval Brigade, . 
Lieutenant T. D. Barroll, I. R. P., Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
Captain Chas. P. Nutter, Co. C, First Regiment Infantry, . 
Sergeant J. J. Monahan, Troop F, Cavalry, .... 
Private P. A. Mansfield, Co. H, Sixth Regiment Infantry, . 
Lieutenant J. L. Gibbs, Co. E, First Regiment Infantry, 
Private W. B. Jackson, Co. F, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Lieutenant C. E. Hamilton, Co. F, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Lieutenant R. B. Edes, I. R. P., Fifth Regiment Infantry, . 



Individual prizes (medals) were won as follows : — 

First Prize, Lieutenant H. S. Crossman, Co. H, Naval Brigade, . 
Second Prize, Coxswain J. B. Richards, Co. F, Naval Brigade, , 
Third Prize, Private Geo. Durward, Co. A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Fourth Prize, Private Geo. H. Nason, Co. G, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Fifth Prize, Quarter Master G. T. Adams, Co H, Naval Brigade, 
Sixth Prize, Sergeant J. J. Monahan, Troop F, Cavalry, .... 
Seventh Prize, Lieutenant C. E Hamilton, Co. F, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Eighth Prize, Private W. T Abbott, Co. I, Eighth Resiment Infantry, 
Ninth Prize, Lieutenant D J. Moynihan, Co. I, Second Regiment Infantry, 
Tenth Prize, Corporal R. H. Booth, Co. M, First Regiment Infantry, . 
Eleventh Prize, Sergeant O. D. Hapgood, Co. E, Second Regiment Infantry, 
Twelfth Prize, Corporal G. Faber, Co. I, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Thirteenth Prize, Lieutenant Thos. McCarthy, Co. G, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Fourteenth Prize, Private C. E. Gillette, Co. E, First Regiment Infantry, . 
Fifteenth Prize, Private Geo. W. Reid, Co. A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, . 



92 
92 
91 
91 
91 
90 
89 
89 
89 
89 
89 
89 
89 
88 



92 
92 

91 
91 
89 
89 
88 
88 
88 
88 
88 
87 
87 
87 
87 



184 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

III. The Sixth Regiment Infantry, by virtue of its team mak- 
ing the highest score, is entitled to carry the tri-color on its colors 
during the year 1897. 

IV. The prizes offered for best standing October 31, in accord- 
ance with G. O. No. 2, C. S., were awarded as follows : — 

First Prize, Co. F, Naval Brigade. 

Second Prize, Co. H, Naval Brigade. 

Third Prize, Co. B, Eighth Regiment Infantry. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 185 



ENCAMPMENTS. 



REPORTS OF COMMANDING OFFICERS. 



Headquarters Second Brigade, M. V. M., 
Boston, July 25, 1896. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General State of Massachusetts. 

General: — In accordance with General Orders No. 9, c. s., 
A. G. 0., I have the honor to submit the following report of the 
annual tour of camp duty of this brigade, July 21 to 25, 1896. 

I assumed command of the camp ground on Saturday, July 18. 

The First Battalion Cavalry, Maj. H. G. Kemp commanding, 
arrived upon the field at about the middle of Monday afternoon ; 
Battery A, Capt. W. D. Ewing commanding, arrived about an 
hour later, both organizations having marched from Boston in the 
performance of the annual tour of duty required, in addition to 
the five days' camp duty. The Fifth Regiment Infantry came 
into camp by detachments during the day and evening of Monday, 
also seven companies of the Eighth Regiment. The other organi- 
zations of the brigade came into camp on Tuesday, and reported 
promptly, in accordance with orders. 

With the exception of the heat on Tuesday, which at the camp 
ground was not so intense as in the city, and the showers on Fri- 
day, which interfered somewhat with the review by His Honor the 
Governor, causing some delay and the waiving of a portion of the 
ceremony, the weather during the week was quite satisfactory. 

The regular duties, as prescribed in orders, were promptly and 
faithfully performed. 

The attendance during the entire tour of duty was the largest 
since the brigade has been under the present organization, the 
Signal Corps and seven companies of the Eighth Regiment having 
every officer and enlisted man in camp. 

The health of the command was very good ; very few of the 
brigade reported to the medical officers for treatment. 



186 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The sanitary condition of the camp was excellent. 

Military courtesy, discipline and deportment were of the highest 
order. Promptness and willingness to faithfully perform the 
duties required characterized the camp. 

Guard duty, which at the commencement of the tour of duty 
was not so efficiently performed as is desirable, showed great im- 
provement as the camp progressed ; and, if the suggestions for 
more work in armories during the winter months are carried out, 
much improvement should be shown at the commencement of the 
next tour of camp duty over the commencement of this. Until 
the men remain in service for longer terms than has prevailed in 
the past, we must expect that our camps must be camps of instruc- 
tion, and not camps of exhibition. 

Much improvement has been made in limiting the contents and 
the arrangement of the inside of tents. I trust that in future 
camps all organizations of the brigade will have prescribed a 
uniform method for keeping tents in order, eliminating everything 
that is unnecessary. 

In addition to the regular work, as prescribed in orders, the 
Signal Corps did very creditable work in making gabions and 
facines, and in the construction of a bridge of twenty feet span, 
sufficiently strong to make safe the passage of field artillery or 
military wagon train. The work performed by the infantry organi- 
zations in the construction of rifle pits, sections of earth works, 
gabions, etc., and the solutions of the problems in outpost duty by 
detachments of officers from each, shows that much thought and 
study have been given to those subjects by the officers. The 
enlisted men were enthusiastic in any labor required, doing cheer- 
fully and with alacrity the part assigned to them. 

I commend the command for prompt and faithful work, and 
congratulate them on the progress made over former tours of duty, 
and trust that, instead of being satisfied with the high staudard of 
efficiency attained, all will strive for further advancement. 

I renew my recommendations, made so many times, for a longer 
tour of camp duty. We are behind most other States in this 
respect. If the Massachusetts militia could be in camp a week 
each year, the increased efficiency would be far in excess of the 
increased per cent, of cost. 

I trust that, before another tour of camp duty takes place, 
additional facilities for bathing will be provided for the men. 
I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Benj. F. Peach, Jr., 

Brigadier General. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 187 



Headquarters First Brigade, M. V. M., 
Boston, June 20, 1896. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General State of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the houor to submit the following report of 
the encampment of the First Brigade, M. V. M., at Framingham, 
June 9 to 13, 1896. 

Pursuant to General Orders No. 9, c. s., A. G. O., I assumed 
command of the State camp grounds on Saturday, June 6, at 12 
o'clock noon. 

On Monday morning, June 8, the usual detail for provost guard 
reported, and in the evening Company E, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Capt. Walter F. Blake, having voluntarily offered their services, 
were assigned to guard duty in protecting State property, and con- 
tinued as camp guard until relieved by the regular guard on Tues- 
day. 

Of the First Battalion Light Artillery, Battery C arrived in camp 
during the forenoon of Monday, and performed the duty of annual 
drill on that day. Battery B and Troop F, Cavalry, marched over 
the road, arriving in camp Monday evening, covering the whole 
distance from their home stations in one day. The Second and 
Sixth Regiments of Infantry, the Signal and Ambulance Corps, 
arrived in camp on Monday evening, so that the entire brigade was 
ready to take up the regular routine of duty on Tuesday morning. 

Owing to the inclement weather, but little work on the field 
could be done on Tuesday or Wednesday forenoons ; but on the 
afternoons of those days and for the balance of the week the 
weather was all that could be desired, and some very profitable 
and creditable work was done. Improvement in drill was espe- 
cially noticeable in the mounted arms, and their work was excel- 
lent. 

The regimental rifle competitions were not held at camp this 
year, and, although the butts were open for qualifications, but 
little was done in this line, on account of the strong winds which 
prevailed during the week. 

On Thursday a battalion of the Second Regiment of Infantry 
occupied the hill in rear of the camp, and were instructed and 
exercised in skirmish drill and practical field operations, the prin- 
ciples of attack and defence, making entrenchments, throwing up 
breastworks, etc. Such instruction would be of inestimable value 
in actual campaigning, and should be encouraged. 

The review on Friday before the Commander-in-Chief was re- 
markable for its steadiness, and was fully up to the standard of 
former years. 



188 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Guard duty and outpost work were well performed, and the in- 
telligence of the men and their knowledge of details was especially 
commended by Lieutenant Colonel Kline, the United States Army 
inspecting officer. 

An innovation was inaugurated at the ceremony of "retreat" 
this year, each band on the line playing the " Star Spangled Ban- 
ner " as the flag was run down, greatly adding to the impressive- 
ness of this beautiful ceremony. 

Owing to the absence of the First Regiment it was possible to 
so lay out the camp that over fifty feet additional depth was gained 
on the color line, and the company tents were so pitched as to face 
inwards on each company street, which was a decided improve- 
ment. 

The neatness and cleanliness of quarters and the camp generally 
were never better, and the health of the command was excellent, 
but few cases being admitted to the hospitals during the entire 
encampment. 

Brigadier General Blood, surgeon general, spent most of the 
week in camp, aud in connection with the medical director, made 
valuable suggestions in the line of greater efficiency in this depart- 
ment of the brigade. 

The attendance of visitors on Friday, the only general visiting 
day, was very large, but they were handled with ease, and cheer- 
fully accommodated themselves to the requirements of the camp. 

The work throughout the week was well performed, and officers 
and men are to be commended for their zeal and strict attention to 
duty. Military courtesy was fair. 

The command was honored by the presence in camp of the 
Commander-in-Chief for a longer period than usual, and I have 
to express my appreciation and that of the entire command for 
the interest he took in the work. 

I also wish to express my obligations to the inspector's depart- 
ment and to Lieutenant Colonel Kline of the United States Army 
for the interest manifested and valuable suggestions made. 
I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

B. F. Bridges, 

Brigadier General. 



Headquarters First Corps of Cadets, M. V. M., 
Boston, July 20, 1896. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

General: — I have the honor to report that m} T command left 

its armory at 2 o'clock on Saturday, July 11, for camp duty at 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 189 

Hingham, and reached the armory on its return at the same hour, 
Saturday, July 18. 

The duty of July 11 and 12 was performed by my order; the 
duty of July 13 was annual drill ; the remaining five days were 
camp duty. 

By the report of the surgeon, herewith enclosed, it will be seen 
that the tour passed without a sick entry upon his morning reports. 
The weather, of which he appends a summary, was in the main 
very good for camp duty. One company drill was omitted, owing 
to extreme heat, and one guard mounting in prescribed form was 
prevented by heavy rain ; otherwise the regular routine, as laid 
down in standing orders for the corps, was not interrupted. 

About two acres of land adjoining the north-easterly side of the 
camp ground proper have been purchased since last camp. Upon 
this new land were moved the mess hall, kitchen, lamp house and 
a garbage cabin. A stable purchased with the land has been con- 
verted into a storehouse, and furnishes an excellent dormitory in 
its loft for the camp servants who do duty at the mess hall, also a 
room on lower floor as a dormitory for the cooks, baker and scul- 
lions. The kitchen has been greatly improved by additional cook- 
ing apparatus, including a standing boiler. A sink and bath-house 
for servants has been erected. The corps bath-house has been 
enlarged by transferring the compartments of the officers and the 
band to both ends of the workshop building, and the quarters of 
armorer and barber have been enlarged. The sink building has 
been moved to the former site of the kitchen, and an addition built 
for the officers' sink. 

The purchase of the land and the improvements noted above 
have cost the corps about SO, 000. They have delayed the grading 
which my last camp report stated would be done last year. A 
contract has been made to do the grading this August. 

The Commander-in-Chief reviewed the corps on Thursday, July 
16, and also spent that night in camp, in addition to the night of 
Sunday, July 12, much to the gratification of the corps. 

The religious service on Sunday was conducted by the Rev. Dr. 
E. Winchester Donald, rector of Trinity Church, Boston. 

The corps was favored during the camp with the presence of 
Adjutant General Samuel Dalton ; also with that of Col. Jacob 
Kline, Ninth United States Infantry, detailed by order of the War 
Department. These officers were of great assistance to the corps, — 
General Dalton from his never-failing interest in all that appertains 
to the militia of the Commonwealth, and Colonel Kline from his 
ripe professional knowledge, as well as his personal charm, which 
won him many warm friends during his brief stay in our camp. 



190 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



It will give the corps much satisfaction if this officer, like his dis- 
tinguished soldierly predecessors, Colonels Pennington and Miller, 
can observe its work for several successive years, in order that he 
may make comparisons, and decide whether progress is made. 

I have only one other recommendation to make, viz., that the 
rifles of the pattern of 1873, now obsolete, be replaced by the 
newest model of the Springfield breech-loading rifle. The old rifle, 
of which the corps has more than a body of troops expected to be 
efficient ought to have, are not adequate to the requirements of 
modern military duty, and their enforced presence in the hands of 
so many of our men handicaps the corps in its effort to do good 
work, not only in drill but in rifle practice. 

In my report of 1895 I expressed my satisfaction with the tour 
then performed. I think the camp of this year excelled that of 
last year. A table showing attendance is appended. 
Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Thomas F. Edmakds, 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding. 



Record of Attendance in Camp at Hingham, July 11 to 18, 1896. 





Present. 


Absent. 


Present 


9 

"3 
bo 

o 

la 

cm 

M 

«< 


< 


1896 


duty. 


SICK. 


o 


with 

LEAVE. 


■WITHOUT 
LEAVE. 


5 


AND 

Absent. 


O 


CAMI 


o 
w 

53 

O 


.2 § 

■as 


■ 

u 

W 

s 
o 


a> • 


■ 

a> 

o 

SB 
O 


0> • 

a o 


to 
u 
o 
u 

e 
o 


o • 
X c 


. 

Iq 

o 
u 

S 

o 


■a 
a • 

.2 » 1 


a a 


July 11, . 


. 20 


238 


- 


- 


258 




14 


- 


16 


30 


20 


268 


288 


89.58 


12, 


. 20 


239 


- 


- 


259 


- 


14 


- 


15 


29 


20 


268 


288 


89.93 


13, 


. 20 


241 


- 


- 


261 


- 


14 


- 


13 


27 


20 


268 


288 


90.62 


14, 


. 20 


245 


- 


- 


265 


- 


14 


- 


9 


23 


20 


268 


288 


92.01 


15, 


. 20 


247 


- 


- 


267 


- 


14 


- 


7 


21 


20 


268 


288 


92.71 


16, 


. 20 


246 


- 


- 


266 


- 


14 


- 


8 


22 


20 


268 


288 


92.36 


17, 


. 20 


246 


- 


- 


266 


- 


13 


- 


9 


22 


20 


268 


288 


92.36 


18, 


. 20 


246 


- 


- 


266 


- 


14 


- 


8 


22 


20 


268 


288 


92.36 



Boston, July 20, 1896. 



Thomas F. Edmands, 

Lieutenant Colonel Commanding. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 11)1 

Headquarters Second Corps Cadets, M. V. M., 
Salem, Aug. 20, 1896. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following report 
upon the annual drill and encampment of this command for the 
year 1896. 

The command left Salem by special train at 9 a.m. Monday, 
August 10, for East Boxford, where it went into camp and re- 
mained until Saturday, August 15. The annual drill took place 
on Monday. Guard mounting followed immediately upon arrival 
in camp, and the regular routine of duty was entered upon at once. 

The place of encampment was at first ordered at Centennial 
Grove, Essex, where the corps has annually encamped since 1883 ; 
but about three weeks prior to the date fixed for the encampment 
I learned that the proprietors of the grove had erected structures 
and let privileges there which rendered the place unsuitable for a 
military camp. This necessitated the securing of other ground, 
and a desirable location was found in the John Doherty farm in 
East Boxford. The place commended itself so favorably to the 
officers of the corps, by reason of its many advantages for a camp, 
that negotiations were at once entered into with the owner, with a 
view to securing the premises for a permanent camp ground for 
the corps, with the result that permission was given the corps to 
encamp upon the premises this year, and an agreement made to 
purchase the property, the owner to convey the same to such 
grantee as might be determined upon. The farm is pleasantly 
situated upon the shores of a small pond, and contains about one 
hundred acres, seventy acres of which are level fields and the re- 
mainder woodland and meadow. It is distant but a few minutes' 
march from the East Boxford station, on the Newburyport & 
Georgetown branch of the Boston & Maine Railroad, and a spur 
track can easily be constructed to the grounds. The land is high, 
with good drainage, and bathing for the men was accessible. 
Much of the land being pasture, largely overgrown with savins 
and brush, and divided by stone wails, a great amount of labor was 
required to prepare the place for the use of the corps ; but through 
the untiring efforts of the officers, particularly of Lieut. John E. 
Spencer, to whom I am greatly indebted for the zeal and energy 
shown by him in assisting me, the corps was enabled to march into 
a better-equipped camp than at any time in its history. 

A large and well-appointed cook house was erected ; an abun- 
dant supply of water of excellent quality secured from a driven 
well ; sinks and other necessary buildings erected. 



192 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

A two-hundred-yard range was laid out, and the men practised 
continually during the week. 

The weather during the week was extremely hot, and upon 
several days drills were abandoned, upon the recommendation of 
the surgeon. The health of the command was excellent, and, 
although the heat was intense, the surgeons had few calls, and 
those of a trivial nature. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, as inspector general, and Lieut. Col. 
Jacob Kline, Ninth United States Infantry, detailed by order of 
the War Department to observe the camp, joined the corps at its 
armory and accompanied it to camp. His Honor the Acting 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief visited the camp on Friday 
and reviewed the corps. We were also favored with a visit from 
Lieut. Col. Marcus P. Miller, First United States Artillery, and 
Lieut. Col. C. A. Woodruff, Second United States Artillery, who 
arrived on Thursday and remained until Saturday. 

The attendance, which was 218, including the band of 24 pieces, 
was the largest number the corps ever had present. 

I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Samuel A. Johnson, 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 193 



ANNUAL DRILLS. 



REPORTS OF COMMANDING OFFICERS. 



Headquarters Fifth Regiment, Second Brigade, M.V.M., 
Boston, Nov. 23, 1896. 

Major General Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the following report of the 
annual field day of the Fifth Regiment, held at Plymouth, on 
Thursday, Oct. 8, 1896. In accordance with orders, nine com- 
panies of the regiment, with the field and staff, embarked at the 
Old Colony station of the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Boston, leaving there at 8.30 o'clock, a m., on a train to 
which were attached cars carrying horses for the field and staff. 
The regiment was accompanied by Col. J. L. Carter, A. I. G. 
Company K was taken on the train at Braintree, and the band and 
drum corps at Whitman. Company I joined the regiment at Sea- 
side station, next north of the town of Plymouth, having come to 
Plymouth via Taunton. 

The plan of the field operations comprised an attack by eleven 
companies of the regiment upon another force, the rear guard of 
which was represented by Company D of Plymouth, Captain But- 
ler, who had made a careful study of the territory, which had been 
to some extent reconnoitred by some of the field and staff officers 
of the regiment. 

Major Beuyon's battalion, with Major Mossman's in support, 
was deployed just outside the village of Seaside, and struck Cap- 
tain Butler's skirmishers, occupying a strong position, flanked on 
one side by a series of ponds and on the other by the ocean. 
Driven from this position, another was taken, Butler's company 
withdrawing in a south-westerly direction. An attempt was made 
by Major Oakes' battalion, accompanied by the lieutenant colonel, 
to flank the opponents, but this was unsuccessful. The pursuit 
was continued over the broken country, which involved crossing a 
railroad through a ravine, passing through much underbrush and 
onto rising ground, and through situations which afforded strong 
positions for the defence, which in my judgment were admirably 



li»4 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

selected by Captain Butler, to whom I have given a great deal of 
praise. The battalion commanders handled their commands with 
intelligence, and they were well supported by the subordinate offi- 
cers. All the battalions were brought into action. Fire discipline 
was well maintained, and the operations were, I think, of a most 
profitable character. 

I much regret that the troops are not equipped with campaign 
uniforms, which to my mind are better adapted for much of the 
duty which is now performed by the State troops than those in use. 
The lack of them was extremely apparent upon this tour of duty. 

At the conclusion of the field manoeuvres the regiment was 
assembled and marched through some of the principal streets of 
the town of Plymouth to an open field, where, through the hospi- 
talitv of the citizens of the town, a substantial meal of steamed 
clams, sweet potatoes, rolls and coffee was served to the regiment, 
which indeed carried its own rations in haversack and canteen, 
but which nevertheless was abundantly grateful to the people of 
Plymouth for the entertainment. After this meal the regiment 
proceeded to a field in a distant part of the town, where an even- 
ing parade was held. Returning therefrom, street-riot duty was 
performed in the streets and squares of the town before the em- 
barkation of the regiment for Boston. 

The regiment paraded in fatigue uniform, with the overcoat and 
collar roll, and with haversack and canteen. The day's duty was 
performed without accident or without a serious breach of disci- 
pline. Indeed, the behavior of the regiment, officers and men, 
was particularly gratifying, and I have every reason to suppose 
that it left a most favorable impression upon the people of Plym- 
outh, who certainly welcomed it in a most cordial manner, business 
being largely suspended and schools being closed, and a large por- 
tion of the population being where they could witness the move- 
ments of the troops. 

The regiment reached Boston in good season, and the companies 
were dismissed to their several stations. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Wm. A. Bancroft, 

Colonel. 

Headquarters First Regiment Infantry, First Brigade, M. V. M., 
South Armory, Boston, Mass., Nov. 17, 1896. 

Maj Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General State of Massachusetts. 

General : — In accordance with General Orders No. 9, A. G. O., 

c. s., the First Regiment of Infantry performed its six days' State 

duty (five days regular camp duty and fall field day) at Fort 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 195 

Warren, Boston harbor, August 3 to 8 inclusive. Nine companies 
of the regiment, A, B, C, D, G, H, I, K and L, commenced their 
tour of duty Saturday, August 1 ; three companies, E, F and M, 
Sunday, August 2 ; all giving an extra day's duty to the State 
without pay, but at an added expense to the regiment of over 
$1,000. 

The regiment was transported by the People's line of steamers 
to and from Fort Warren in a most satisfactory manner, without 
accident or delay. 

The first day in camp, Sunday, was utilized in straightening 
quarters and arranging details for the week's duty, the hours of 
which were in accordance with General Orders No. 17 from Regi- 
mental Headquarters, as follows : — 

First call, 5.50 a.m. 

Reveille, roll call and setting-up drill, . . . 6.00 a.m. 

Fatigue call, police entire camp, .... 6.15 a.m. 

Breakfast call, 6.30 A M. 

Surgeon's call, 7.00 a.m. 

Officers' call, 7.10 a m. 

First sergeants' call, 7.15 a.m. 

Drill call, commencement of morning schedule, . 7.30 a.m. 

First call, guard mounting, 8 40 a m. 

Adjutant's call, guard mounting, .... 9.00 a.m. 

Inspection quarters, 9.30 a.m. 

Recall, end of morning schedule, .... 12.00 M. 

Dinner call, 12.30 p.m. 

Drill call, commencement of afternoon schedule, . 2.00 p m. 

Recall, end of afternoon schedule, .... 5.00 p.m. 

First call, evening parade, 5.30 p.m. 

Assembly, evening parade, 5.40 p.m. 

Adjutant's call, evening parade, .... 5.45 p.m. 

Supper call, 6.30 p.m. 

Tattoo, roll call, 9.00 p.m. 

Call to quarters, 10.45 p m. 

Taps, 11.00 p.m. 

This routine was strictly followed during the week, the regiment 
having the active assistance, advice and hearty co-operation of 
Lieut. Col. Carle A. Woodruff, commandant of the post, and the 
officers and non-commissioned officers of the garrison. 

The good effect of the series of lectures delivered to the officers 
of the regiment by Lieut. E. M. Weaver, Second Artillery, 
U. S. A., and the practical drill and instruction in the armory in 
heavy artillery by the companies of the regiment during the winter 
months was made apparent by the aptitude with which the duty, 
as prescribed in Circulars Nos. 1 and 2, from these headquarters 



196 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

(copies enclosed herewith), was carried out. Officers, non-com- 
missioned officers and men seemed to have an intelligent compre- 
hension of what was required and expected of them, and went at 
it with a hearty enthusiasm that in itself was a guarantee of the 
rapid progress in the work for which they had been specially de- 
tailed. The companies of the regiment were formed and desig- 
nated as batteries ; a friendly rivalry was quickly engendered as 
to which would perform its prescribed duty in the most expeditious 
and soldierly manner, the result being that rapid progress and im- 
provement was noted from day to day, particularly in " mechani- 
cal manoeuvres " and " mechanical appliances." 

Target practice with the eight-inch rifle was had by each battery 
of the regiment, under the immediate supervision of Lieut. C. L. 
Hovey. A copy of his report in detail I have the honor to enclose 
herewith. The general result of the firing was in the main satis- 
factory ; much delay was caused by the drifting of the target, the 
lack of facilities for replacing it causing a loss of valuable time. 

Batteries were divided in gun detachments, and were in sole 
charge of and instructed by a non-commissioned officer, under the 
direct supervision of the battery officers. This system worked ad- 
mirably, as under it the individuality of the non-commissioned 
officers of the regiment was developed and brought to the front ; 
the responsibility of their duties causing them to appreciate the 
dignity and authority of their positions as never before ; with the 
attendant result of improved discipline throughout the organization, 
from the example and added authority of the non-commissioned 
officers. 

The daily inspection of drill and instruction was under the 
majors of battalions ; a report in writing was made each day by 
them to the commanding officer of the result of the day's work. 

Guard duty was for instruction only, and was fairly well per- 
formed. 

Little attention (from lack of time) was given to infantry drill ; 
discipline of the command was good, only one case of unsoldierly 
conduct coming under the observation of the commanding officer. 

The food furnished by Caterer Valaquet to the entire command 
was uniformly good in quantity and quality, and reasonable in 
price. 

The attendance during the entire week was very satisfactory ; 
out of a total enrolment of 782 there were present during the 
entire six days' duty an average of 753 officers and men, being 
96.3 per cent, of the regiment's enrolment. This in itself is a 
record that every officer and man contributing to the result has 
reason to be proud of. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 197 

Camp was broken Saturday, August 8, the regiment arriving in 
Boston at 10.30 a.m. A street parade was had through the busi- 
ness portion of the city, the command was dismissed at 12 m., this 
ending one of the most satisfactory tours of duty, in the opinion 
of the commanding officer, the regiment has performed since his 
connection with it. 

With this successful tour of duty fresh in mind, together with 
the aroused interest of officers and men in the study of heavy 
artillery, it suggests itself very strongly to the colonel command- 
ing that the time has now arrived when a well-defined policy rela- 
tive to the future course of instruction of the regiment in heavy 
artillery should be formulated. Considering the limited time 
officers and men under the most favorable conditions can give to 
military study and drill, it would seem wise to have them devote 
all their energies to the study of heavy artillery. It is not possi- 
ble, under the conditions that necessarily prevail in the militia, for 
officers and men of the State force ever to acquire that thorough 
knowledge of modern military science that obtains in the artillery 
arm of regular service ; time, opportunity and lack of equipment 
preventing. 

In the present changed and ever-changing condition of modern 
warfare, with the defenceless condition of our sea-coast, both in 
fortification, armament and garrison, with the commercial centre 
of our State at the mercy of an enemy's fleet ever in mind, it would 
seem as though the time had arrived when all sea-board States 
should not depend solely on the United States government for 
protection in case of need, but place themselves in a condition to 
protect in some degree the vital commercial interest of their vul- 
nerable sea-board frontier. With this in view, I would respect- 
fully suggest that the First Regiment of Infantry be changed, by 
an amendment of the present militia law, to a heavy artillery regi- 
ment for coast defence, equipped, uniformed and instructed as 
such. If this change can be made, I feel, with the present and 
increasing interest in the study of heavy artillery, the regiment I 
now command could in a short time be made efficient as an artillery 
organization, qualified to garrison the defences of Boston harbor 
should such a necessity arise. 

In closing this report, I desire to express the great personal 
obligation I am under to Lieut. Col. C. A. Woodruff, Lieut. E. M. 
Weaver and all the officers stationed at Fort Warren for their 
advice, counsel and assistance ; a large measure of the success of 
this tour of duty is owing to their hearty co-operation. 
Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Thomas R. Mathews, 
Colonel First Regiment of Infantry. 



198 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Headquarters Second Regiment Infantry, Fibst Brigade, M. V. M., 
Springfield, Mass., Oct. 17, 1896. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the following report of the 
annual drill of this command, which was held at South Deerfield, 
on the 7th instant, in compliance with General Orders No. 19, c. s., 
A. G. O. 

The day selected for this tour of duty opened very unfavorably, 
rain falling steadily up to the time of our arrival at South Deer- 
field, at 9.40 a.m., when it ceased, leaving the roads and fields in 
bad condition. Notwithstanding these untoward circumstances, I 
decided to disembark without delay and commence work. 

I had planned as special features reconnoissance on bicycles, 
throwing up hasty entrenchments with such implements as each 
man had in his outfit, and battle shooting. 

Reconnoissance on Bicycles. 

As soon as the regiment had disembarked, I sent out three 
detachments on bicycles, as follows : Captain McDonald, with 
51 men of Company B, to go easterly ; First Lieutenant Gilman, 
with 25 men of Company C, to go northerly ; and First Lieutenant 
Field, with 16 men of Company L, to explore a certain road. 

McDonald and Gilman were ordered to proceed in the directions 
named, and thoroughly explore the country for a distance of from 
six to eight miles, noting such facts as would be valuable in a 
military way, and to submit on their return a written report of 
their observations, with a rough map. They performed the work 
assigned them in a highly commendable manner, completely ex- 
ploring the country easterly and northerly from South Deerfield 
for a distance of about eight miles inside of two hours, and sub- 
mitted comprehensive reports of their observations, and rough 
maps of the country through which they passed. 

Lieutenant Field was ordered to find and explore a certain road 
leading over the mountain, and report verbally upon its location, 
condition, etc. ; this work was done quickly and intelligently, as 
the report attested. 

In considering the work of these detachments, the extent of 
country covered and the rapidity and ease with which it was done, 
one is inevitably led to the conclusion that the bicycle is of great 
value in military operations. In no other way could a large ex- 
tent of such country as our operations embraced be so quickly and 
thoroughly explored as by men on bicycles. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 199 



Hasty Entrenchments. 

Hasty entrenchments were thrown up by Company H, Captain 
Hassam, and Company K, Captain Morgan. The men were re- 
quired to loosen the earth with their bayonets and to scoop it out 
with their tin cups, and in a very short time each company had 
thrown up entrenchments which would have afforded reasonable 
protection from infantry fire. 

Battle Shooting. 

Our system of instruction in rifle practice, which is confined to 
primary instruction in the use of the rifle and individual shooting 
at known distances, totally ignores instruction in battle shooting, 
and may be termed incomplete, if not purely rudimentary. Rifle 
instruction should be thorough and progressive and should embrace 
the entire field of rifle shooting ; primary instruction and individual 
shooting should be followed by instruction and practice in the more 
important work which is found in battle shooting, for it is here 
that the final test of shooting efficiency is made. 

In battle shooting officers are given practical experience in 
estimating distances, in directing, controlling and estimating the 
effect of fire, and in handling men under approximate battle con- 
ditions ; and the men subjected to a rigid fire discipline are taught 
to quickly adjust their own sights, and load, aim and fire rapidly 
and effectively by commaud, and to obey instantly and unhesitat- 
ingly the orders of their superiors, however indicated. The impor- 
tance of this work is such that it should not be overlooked in the 
instruction of soldiers ; on the contrary, officers and men should 
be thoroughly schooled in it. 

I have for several years advocated the introduction of such pro- 
gressive and practical work into our system of instruction in rifle 
practice, but to no purpose, I am sorry to say. 

Thoroughly realizing the benefits which must accrue from prac- 
tice in battle shooting, I decided to make a trial of it at our annual 
drill. Suitable ground was secured, and twenty-four silhouette 
targets, full size (representing the human figure), were set up, 
with intervals of one yard between them. Firing with ball cart- 
ridges at these targets, at unknown distances, by command, was 
permissible anywhere between two points which marked the farthest 
and nearest limits. The idea was to work under battle conditions 
as near as it was possible to do. 

Companies were called, one at a time as wanted, and moved to 
a position some distance in rear of the farthest firing limit, where 



200 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

they u formed for attack," with twenty-four men in the firing line. 
A field telephone furnished means of communication between the 
firing points and the markers, who were in a pit near the targets. 
The same kind of firing was done by each company at four differ- 
ent firing points, which were selected by the captain. 

Officers were required to give all commands relating to firing in 
a deliberate manner, and to see that they were carefully executed ; 
they were to observe the conditions which prevailed, and to in- 
struct their men in a general way how to aim and fire ; they were 
to observe the effect of the fire, that, if possible, it might be made 
more effective ; and they were to exercise constant and complete 
control over their men. 

When everything was ready, the captain of the company which 
had " formed for attack" was ordered to advance to such a point 
within the firing limit as he might select for his first firing, and to 
cause his men to lie down and fire two volleys by squads, followed 
by two rounds with counted cartridges ; then to cease firing, 
and advance to the point he might select for his second firing. 
While moving forward, the targets were examined, the actual dis- 
tance ascertained, and a record made of the number of hits and 
the actual and estimated distance. At the second point, men 
kneeling, one volley was fired, and then three rounds at will ; the 
company moved forward to the third point, and record made of 
the hits and the actual and estimated distance. At the third point, 
men standing, four volleys were fired, hits and distances recorded ; 
and the company moved to the rear, to the position selected for its 
fourth and last firing point. At the fourth point, men kneeling, 
two volleys were fired, and then three rounds at will ; cease firing 
was sounded, and the company marched to the rear, while hits and 
distances were recorded, and another company marched up to go 
through the same work. 

All the companies which fired followed the same method of pro- 
cedure, and the record shows the following results as to estimation 
of distances and the number of hits : — 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 201 



Company JVb. 1. 

First firing point (fire lying down) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 350 

Actual distance (yards), 400 

Number of hits, 20 

Second firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 250 

Actual distance (yards), 375 

Number of hits, 14 

Third firing point (fire standing) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 220 

Actual distance (yards), 325 

Number of hits, 19 

Fourth firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 275 

Actual distance (yards), 370 

Number of hits, 32 

Total, — 85 



Company No. 2. 

First firing point (fire lying down) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 400 

Actual distance (yards), 400 

Number of hits, 19 

Second firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 340 

Actual distance (yards), 336 

Number of hits, 21 

Third firing point (fire standing) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 185 

Actual distance (yards), 215 

Number of hits, 25 

Fourth firing point (fire kneeling) .• — 

Estimated distance (yards) 225 

Actual distance (yards), 262 

Number of hits, 38 

Total — 103 



202 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



Company No. 3. 

First firing point (fire lying down) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 400 

Actual distance (yards), 400 

Number of hits, 9 

Second firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards) , 350 

Actual distance (yards) , 340 

Number of hits, 16 

Third firing point (fire standing) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 250 

Actual distance (yards), 263 

Number of hits, 18 

Fourth firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards) , 300 

Actual distance (yards) , 315 

Number of hits, 14 

Total, — 57 



Company No. 4. 

First firing point (fire lying down) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 400 

Actual distance (yards), 394 

Number of hits, 16 

Second firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 350 

Actual distance (yards), 350 

Number of hits, 29 

Third firing point (fire standing) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 300 

Actual distance (yards), 303 

Number of hits, 19 

Fourth firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards) 325 

Actual distance (yards), 325 

Number of hits, 24 

Total — 88 



1897.]. PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 203 



Company No. 5. 

First firing point (fire lying down) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 400 

Actual distance (yards), 400 

Number of hits, 21 

Second firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards) 300 

Actual distance (yards), 305 

Number of hits, 15 

Third firing point (fire standing) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 200 

Actual distance (yards) , 215 

Number of hits, 27 

Fourth firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 250 

Actual distance (yards), 267 

Number of hits, 30 

Total, — 93 



Company No. 6. 

First firing point (fire lying down) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 400 

Actual distance (yards), 400 

Number of hits, 21 

Second firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 275 

Actual distance (yards), 305 

Number of hits, 24 

Third firing point (fire standing) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 200 

Actual distance (yards), 215 

Number of hits, 26 

Fourth firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 250 

Actual distance (yards), 268 

Number of hits, 35 

Total, — 106 



204 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 

Company No. 7. 

First firing point (fire lying down) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 450 

Actual distance (yards), • 400 

Number of hits, 10 

Second firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 375 

Actual distance (yards), 370 

Number of hits, 18 

Third firing point (fire standing) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 325 

Actual distance (yards), 338 

Number of hits, 15 

Fourth firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 350 

Actual distance (yards), 356 

Number of hits, 25 

Total — 68 



Company Xo. 8. 

First firing point (fire lying down) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 400 

Actual distance (yards) , 400 

Number of hits, 13 

Second firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 350 

Actual distance (yards), 350 

Number of hits, 26 

Third firing point (fire standing) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 200 

Actual distance (yards), 215 

Number of hits, 36 

Fourth firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 250 

Actual distance (yards), 263 

Number of hits, 34 

Total, — 109 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 205 



Company No. 9. 

First firing point (fire lying down) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 400 

Actual distance, 400 

Number of hits, 20 

Second firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 350 

Actual distance (yards), 345 

Number of hits, 15 

Third firing point (fire standing) : — 

Estimated distance (yards) , 225 

Actual distance (yards), 252 

Number of hits, 26 

Fourth firing point (fire kneeling) : — 

Estimated distance (yards), 300 



Actual distance (yards), 

Number of hits, 

Total, 

Total number of hits for the nine companies, 



308 

21 

— 82 



791 



The ninth company finished shooting at 5.15 p.m., when dark- 
ness and the near departure of our trains made further shooting 
impossible. The exact number of shots fired is not known, be- 
cause in some instances reloaded cartridges which were imperfectly 
seated made trouble and caused the loss of some shots, but 3,618 
is a close approximation, and of this number 791 hit the targets, 
giving 22 per cent, of effective shots, which, under the circum- 
stances, I consider very good shooting. 

While careful study of the record made by each company in this 
kind of shooting, together with their record in individual shooting, 
and a comparison of the estimated and actual distances, with the 
number of hits obtained, will reveal some seeming inconsistencies, 
which are easily explained, the real value of such work in promot- 
ing the battle efficiency of officers and men is beyond question. 

This first attempt at battle shooting, while it was a success in 
every way and demonstrated its practicability, was necessarily ex- 
perimental, and it was expected that our plan would prove faulty 
in many respects ; but, after having tested it and given the matter 
careful consideration, I can say that with a few modifications in 
minor matters I would follow the same general plan in doing this 
work again. 



206 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Shooting at a movable target, for which all arrangements were 
made, was another branch of battle shooting which I intended to 
try, but for want of time was prevented from doing so. 

The day's work in all its features was very satisfactory to me, 
as I feel that I have better knowledge of the work my command 
would do in actual battle, and that my officers and men have a 
clearer and more comprehensive understanding of their duties 
under battle conditions. 

The total strength of the regiment on this tour of duty was 727, 
and I have yet to hear of any breach of discipline or of an accident 
of any nature. 

I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Embury P. Clark, 

Colonel. 

Headquarters Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Marlborough, Mass., Nov. 12, 1896. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

Sir : — In accordance with General Orders No. 19, A. G. O., I 
have the honor to submit the following report of the fall drill of 
this command at Concord, Oct. 6, 1896. 

In compliance with General Orders No. 14, headquarters Sixth 
Infantry, the command reported in fatigue uniform, campaign 
hats, overcoats, leggings, haversacks and canteens. The enlisted 
men carried overcoats in collar roll ; the line officers, in short roll 
suspended from the shoulder ; mounted officers, coats in roll and 
strapped to cantle of the saddle. 

Lieutenant Colonel Woodward, Majors Taylor and Darling, Ad- 
jutant Soutter and companies A, L and H, and sergeant major, 
took the 8 a.m. train at Union Station, Boston, for Concord. 
Surgeon Rice, Company B, Drum Corps, hospital steward and the 
drum major took the 8.20 a.m. train at Fitchburg, and reported at 
Concord Junction. Assistant Surgeon Porter, Companies C and 
G, chief bugler and the gatling gun came on a special train from 
Lowell at 8.40 over the New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, and reported at Concord Junction. The regimental com- 
mander, headquarters attaches, Company F and the band left 
Marlborough on the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad 
at 7.53, and were joined by the inspector of rifle practice and com- 
panies E and M at South Framingham, and proceeded at 8.30 by 
special train over the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad 
to Concord Junction. Major Chaffin and Company K of South- 
bridge reported at Concord Junction a little late, because of the 
distance from Southbridge. 



1807.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 207 

The forenoon was devoted to manoeuvres between two opposing 
forces, under the immediate command of the regimental com- 
mander and Lieutenant Colonel Woodward, who was to defend 
the approaches to the town of Concord with the Third Battalion 
under the immediate command of Major Darling. An inspection 
of arms and cartridge boxes was made by battalion and company 
commanders before blank ammunition was issued, and every pre- 
caution taken to prevent accident. 

The advance on the town was ordered with Company E as ad- 
vance guard. On approaching some woodland about a mile and a 
half from Concord a halt was ordered. Major Taylor, with two 
companies, was ordered to make a flank movement under cover of 
high ground and woodland, and make an attack on the left flank 
of the opposing forces at a given signal. This was fairly carried 
out. As the flanking column advanced, a line was formed of the 
remaining companies, and advanced in extended order under 
Major Chaffin and Captain Priest, with Lieutenant McNulty of 
Company E as officer of the day and in charge of the rear guard. 

The skirmishers on entering the woods came in contact with the 
opposing forces, when a sharp fight ensued, the opposing forces 
falling back. After following up the retreat some distance a halt 
was ordered, the line re-formed and an advance sounded. At this 
time a heavy fire took place on the left flank of the attacking 
forces. A company was ordered to reinforce that part of the 
line, and the advance continued under such cover as was avail- 
able (this was very favorable for work in extended order). On 
approaching some open land, Major Taylor with two companies 
advanced from under cover of a high board fence, turned the left 
flank of the opposing forces under an infilading fire ; and the right 
flank, cut off from retreat, displayed a white flag, and the sur- 
render took place. 

A short rest was then taken, the regiment re-formed and marched 
to Concord, where a review was tendered the selectmen of the 
town. At a given point on Main Street the regiment was formed 
in column of companies, and street-riot drill was exemplified, the 
gatling gun to the front, supported by a company on each flank. 
On approaching a cross street a company turned to the right and 
one to the left and opened fire, the gatling gun firing to the front. 
This was continued till the monument was reached, where three 
streets intervened. The companies fired down the three streets, 
while the gatling gun alternated from one to the other. The regi- 
ment was then re-formed and marched to a suitable parade ground. 
Here the regiment re-formed in column of battalions, stacked arms, 
and rations were served from the haversacks. The coffee was 



208 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

provided by the town of Concord, and also a hearty lunch for the 
field and staff. 

After a rest of an hour the regiment re-formed in colu:na of 
companies, and a target was placed at a distance of about six hun- 
dred yards. A company was advanced a few yards and halted, a 
stake driven into the ground, the company commander was then 
given an envelope, and after consulting the non-commissioned offi- 
cers the distance was decided upon, and a volley of blank cart- 
ridges fired. The company was again advanced about a hundred 
yards and a second stake driven, the distance decided and another 
volley fired. Again the company was advanced, a halt ordered, a 
third stake driven, the distance decided and placed in an envelope. 
The company was then marched to one side and halted. The next 
company then went through the same movements, and this was 
contiuued until all the companies of the regiment had been through 
the manoeuvre, Company A of Wakefield making the best average 
estimates on the distances. The field and staff then advanced 
mounted and went through the same movements, firing two volleys 
with their revolvers at each halt. This being over, the regiment 
was assembled and evening parade took place. 

Immediately after the parade was over the regiment was marched 
to the railroad station, halted, mustered for pay, and then took the 
cars for their respective homes. 

The day's duty was carried out without any accident, and the 
discipline was highly commended by the citizens of Concord and 
also by Colonel King, A. I. G., who observed the day's manoeu- 
vres, and to whom I am greatly indebted for his courteous atten- 
tion. And here let me also extend my sincere thanks to Colonel 
Walsh and to Colonel Barrett of the Governor's staff, and to Lieut. 
Col. B. S. Parker, A. A. G., First Brigade, for their services as 
umpires upon various movements of the day. 

I am of the opinion that the day was a profitable one to the com- 
mand, and would be of great benefit to the officers and men if the 
regiment ever comes in contact with a riotous mob. 
Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Henry Parsons, 

Colonel. 

Headquarters Ninth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M., 
Boston, Oct. 6, 1896. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General, Boston. 

Sir: — In accordance with General Orders No. 19, A. G. O., 

and General Orders No. 3, headquarters Ninth Regiment, I have 

the honor to submit the following as a report of the duty per- 



1897. j PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 209 

formed by the Ninth Regiment on its annual tour of fall drill, 
Oct. 5, 1896. 

The regiment assembled at the East Armory at 9.30 a.m., and 
at 9.40 regimental line was formed and promptly turned over to 
the colonel. 

The original idea was to have visited Franklin field, but, owing 
to the inclemency of the weather, by orders of Major General 
Dalton the regiment remained in the armory until the afternoon. 

The first ceremony performed was guard mount, by the four 
companies comprising the Third Battalion, and was done in a very 
creditable manner, with the exception of the passage in review ; 
the companies had hardly room enough to straighten out before 
reaching the reviewing officer. 

Sentinels were posted at the different entrances, with instruc- 
tions not to allow men out of the armory without a pass issued by 
the colonel ; these instructions were carried out to the letter. 

The First Battalion, commanded by Major Grady, manoeuvred 
his battalion in extended order drill, forming squares, exemplifying 
street firing or riot drill, and for one hour was admirably performed. 

One hour was devoted to battalion drill by the Second Battalion, 
commanded by Maj. Wm. A. Donovan. 

The captains provided lunch for their several companies in the 
armory. 

Regimental line was formed at 2.30, and after a short drill left 
the armory and paraded over the following route : Washington, 
Summer, High, Oliver, Milk, Broad and State streets to Merchant's 
Row, where we received the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com- 
pany, and escorted them to the Providence division of the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, where they embarked for 
Baltimore, Md., on their annual trip. 

In going up School Street we gave His Honor Mayor Quincy a 
marching salute, and the same compliment was to have been paid 
to His Honor Acting Governor Wolcott, but he was absent from 
the city. 

The regiment proceeded down Beacon Street to Charles Street 
and to Park Square, where the out-of-town companies were dis- 
missed, and the remaining six companies, under Lieutenant Colonel 
Logan, marched to the armory, where they were dismissed. 

The regiment paraded 695 officers and men. Discipline of the 
regiment, both at the armory and on parade, was excellent. 

Maj, Gen. Samuel Dalton was a close observer of the day's 

proceedings. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

Fred B. Bogan, 
Colonel Ninth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 



210 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Headquarters Eighth Regiment Infantry, 

Second Brigade, M. V. M., 

Salem, Oct. 26, 1897. 

To the Adjutant General, M. V. M., State House, Boston, Mass. 

Sir: — I have the honor to report that, in accordance with 
A. G. O., c. s., No. 19, this regiment performed a tour of duty 
Oct. 17, 1896. At 10 a.m. the various companies disembarked 
and reported at the regimental rendezvous, know as the Smith 
farm, situated near the main line of the Boston & Maine Railroad, 
eastern division, and about two miles south of Ipswich. The work 
of the day was a problem in outpost duty. Fifty-five men were 
detailed to represent the enemy. The enemy wore fatigue caps, 
and were known as the Blues. The rest of the regiment wore 
campaign hats, and were known as the Grays. 

It was assumed that the Grays were encamped in the town of 
Ipswich, and that the Blues were occupying the country in the 
direction of Essex and Hamilton. The territory west of the main 
line of the Boston & Maine Railroad and to the north of Essex 
Street and east of Castle Neck River was neutral ground, the 
neutrality of which both forces were to respect. The Eighth and 
two other regimeDts known as the Nineteenth and Twentieth were 
detailed for out-post duty to cover the front of the Grays toward 
the south and east. The Nineteenth and Twentieth were imaginary 
regiments, and were indicated by flags. They constituted the re- 
serves and supports. Acting Lieutenant Colonel Bailey assumed 
command and established the outposts. "The position of supports 
and reserves were indicated by flags. The Eighth Regiment was 
used to form a picket line extending from Smith's farm along 
Miles and Castle Neck River to Essex Street. Each company 
constituted a picket. Acting majors of the Eighth Regiment were 
assigned to sections. Each acting major commanded one battalion 
of the Eighth and one battalion of the Nineteenth. The battalion 
of the Nineteenth Regiment constituted the supports, and its posi- 
tion was indicated by a white flag or flags. The Twentieth Regi- 
ment was used as a reserve, and its position was indicated by a red 
flag. My headquarters were established in the town of Ipswich. 
Each picket established two or more double sentinel posts in its 
front, and patrols were frequently sent out to reconnoitre. Sen- 
tinels as a rule were well posted, hidden from the enemy, but in 
sight of their picket or a connecting sentinel. The picket posi- 
tions were open toward the rear and concealed from a force 
approaching from the front. Fires were allowed at each picket 
post, and the reliefs not on duty busied themselves with the Buz- 
zacott ovens. As soon as the sentinels were established the com- 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 211 

mander of each picket sent a report accompanied by a sketch of 
his position to the commander of his section. Patrols' reports were 
forwarded during the da} T to section commanders, and by them to 
the commander of the out-posts. 

The forces representing the Blues were divided into reconnoi- 
tring patrols, and operated in front of the Gray outposts ; their 
object being to penetrate the Gray lines and report upon the dis- 
position of the Gray forces. During the day patrols of the Grays 
and Blues frequently came in conflict. Their conduct was regu- 
lated by rules previously promulgated. The Blues took great 
interest, and many ingenious devices were resorted to, to penetrate 
the Gray lines. One man endeavored to construct a bridge across 
Miles River, screened by two others covered with brush. 

At 4 o'clock acting Lieutenant Colonel Bailey was instructed to 
assemble the regiment and make dispositions to resist an advance 
of the enemy from the direction of Essex. A force of Blues and 
the Gatling were directed to outline the enemy and represent a 
reconnoissance in force. Darkness interfered with the execution 
of this exercise. 

At 5.30 p.m. the regiment was assembled and marched to Essex, 
where a special train was taken, and companies dismissed to their 
respective commanders. 

The object of the exercise was to afford an opportunity for prac- 
tice in picket duty and small exploring and expeditionary patrols. 
The work was very successful. 

Maj. William R. Livermore, United States Engineers, accom- 
panied the regiment during this tour of duty. We are indebted to 
him for suggestions, and also to Capt. John Bigelow, Jr., United 
States Cavalry, for assistance in preparing the work of the day. 

I am very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

William A. Pew, Jr., 
Colonel Commanding Eighth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 



Headquarters First Battalion Cavalry, 

Second Brigade, M. V. M., 

Boston, Aug. 1, 1896. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General, M. V. M. 

General : — I have the honor to report on the annual drill of 
my command. In compliance with General Orders No. 9, c. s., 
A. G. O., the tour of duty was performed in connection with the 
annual tour of camp duty, and consisted of a route march from 



212 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Boston to the cainp ground at South Framingham, on Monday, 
July 20, the day preceding -- camp." 

The command assembled at Union Square, Brighton, at 9 a.m. 
The march was immediately taken up over the following route : 
Brighton, Newton, Newtonville, West Newton, Auburndale, part 
of Weston and Cochituate to South Framingham. 

Instruction was given in the principles of the route march, ad- 
vance and rear guards, etc. Attention, too, was given to horse- 
manship and the care of horses on the march. Frequent halts 
were made for rest and for watering horses, and at times the com- 
mand was dismounted and horses led for short distances. For a 
portion of the march the battalion was sub-divided, the troops 
being permitted to move independently, assembling again at a 
stated hour. 

Halt was made for dinner, 12.15 to 1.30 p.m., a short distance 
east of Cochituate. Picket lines were stretched along the road 
side and in a near-by grove, and rations issued for men and horses 
from the baggage wagons. 

Camp was reached at 3.10 p.m., and the remainder of the day, 
after horses were cared for, was spent in arranging quarters. The 
regular camp calls for the afternoon and evening were properly 
observed, in accordance with orders. 

The command paraded in campaign uniform, with overcoats 
rolled on saddles. 

The strength of the command was : field and staff, 7 officers, 5 
men ; Troop A, 3 officers, 75 men ; Troop D, 3 officers, 70 men ; 
total, 13 officers and 150 men. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Horace G. Kemp, 

Major. 



Headquarters First Battalion* Light Artillery, M. V. M., 
Lawrence, Dec. 1, 1896. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Daltox, Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following as my 
report of the tour of duty ordered at Fort Warren, performed 
November 16 and 17. 

Pursuant to Special Orders Nos. 109, 121 and 127, A. G. O., 
details from batteries A, B, and C reported to Adjutant Clayton 
at Central wharf, Boston, November 16, at 7.55 a.m., as follows : 
Battery A, 3 officers, 1 sergeant and 8 corporals ; Battery B, 4 
officers, 1 first sergeant, 4 sergeants and 8 corporals ; Battery C, 
3 officers, 1 first sergeant, 4 sergeants and 8 corporals ; my com- 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 213 

missioned staff, and sergeant major, quartermaster sergeant and 
hospital steward. 

I had previously sent to the fort one 12-pounder gun from Bat- 
tery A, and one 3-inch rifle gun from Battery B. They were 
placed in position on the east face of the fort, in range with 
target, erected on Loveli's Island, 1,012 yards distant. 

We boarded the steamer " Morrison," which was in waiting, and 
at 8.10 a.m. cast off for the fort, which was reached at 9 o'clock. 
On my arrival I formally reported to Colonel Woodruff, command- 
ant of the post, who assured me that everything was in readiness, 
and that Captain Schenck would take charge of the detail as in- 
structor. The following details were made, and they proceeded 
at once to their duties: Adj. Fred I. Clayton, executive officer; 
Lieut. Butler Ames, observation and statistical officer for Battery 
A ; Lieut. Win. T. Gould, observation and statistical officer for 
Battery B ; Lieut. Chas. F. Sargent, observation and statistical 
officer for Battery C. 

The detail from Battery A at once marched to the firing point, 
and the detail from Battery C covered the several stations as 
follows : for duty at the target, Sergeant O'Hagan and Corporal 
Duchesney ; for duty at Station A, Lieut. Geo. A. Sanborn and 
Sergeant Nash ; for duty at Station B, Lieut. Geo. H. Goldsmith 
and Sergeant Morrill ; for duty at plotting station, Lieut. C. F. 
Sargent and Sergeant Colman ; for duty at signal station, Ser- 
geant McGregor. 

Battery A. Firing. 

The first two firings were shells, as range finders ; then the 
several gunners fired their 5 shots each of shrapnel as follows 
(bursting point, 40 yards front of target) : — 

Lieutenant Peabody's Platoon. 

Corporal Whiting, gunner : first shot, 85 yards beyond, a line 
shot; second, 24 yards short, 22 to the left ; third, 1 yard beyond, 
7 to the right; fourth, 1 yard beyond, 7 to the right; fifth, 16 
yards short, 6 to the left. 

Corporal Blake, gunner : first shot, 57 yards short, 4 to the 
right ; second, 96 yards short, 4 to the right ; third, 53 yards 
short, 9 to the left; fourth. 13 yards beyond, 2 to the right; fifth, 
9 yards beyond, 1 to the right. 

Lieutenant Ames' Platoon. 

Corporal Burroughs : first shot, 13 yards beyond, 7 to the left ; 
second, 18 yards short, 2 to the left ; third, 37 yards short, 11 to 



214 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

the right? fourth, 22 yards beyond, 3 to the right; fifth, 7 yards 
beyond, 11 to the right. 

Corporal Wells : first shot, 8 yards beyond, 10 to the right ; 
second, 5 yards beyond, 2 to the right ; third, 1 yard beyond, 7 to 
the right ; fourth, 35 yards short, 1 to the left ; fifth, 20 yards 
short, 10 to the right. 

This completed Battery A's firing, and the 12-pounder was re- 
moved from the firing point and the 3-inch rifle gun placed in 
position, and Battery B took positions at the gun, and Battery A's 
officers and men at the several posts, as follows : Sergeant Saw- 
yer and Corporal Whiting at target, Lieutenant Peabody and 
Corporal H. S. Blake at Station A, Lieutenant Ames and Sergeant 
Burroughs at Station B ; Captain Ewing and Corporal Wells at 
plotting station ; Corporal Blake at signal station. 



Battery B. Firing. 

Lieutenant Haynes* Platoon. 

Two firings of shells were allowed as range finders, then gun- 
ners fired 5 shots each of shrapnel. Bursting point, 50 yards in 
front of target. 

Corporal Taylor : first shot, 13 yards beyond, 1 to the right ; 
second, 260 yards short, 3 to the right; third, 120 yards short, 
6 to the right; fourth, 54 yards short, 8 to the right; fifth, 102 
yards short, 5 to the right. 

Corporal Lee: first shot, 31 yards over, a line shot; second, 
shot struck in the water ; third, 82 yards short, 2 to the right. 

Darkness soon forced a suspension of firing for the day, and 
the details returned to quarters on board the steamer, where supper 
was served. 

During the evening a very interesting and instructive talk was 
had. Officers from the fort, and our inspector, Colonel Welling- 
ton, talked upon the work in hand, which was very instructive and 
entertaining. Taps were ordered at 10 o'clock, all turned in and 
quiet prevailed. 

Tuesday Morning. 

After breakfast the several details resumed their stations, and 
at 8.45 firing was resumed by Battery B. 

Corporal Lee: third shot, 27 feet over, 7 to the right \ fourth, 
208 short, line shot ; fifth, 63 over, 7 to the left. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 215 



Lieutenant Gould' 's Platoon. 

Corporal Carlson : first shot, 71 over, 8T to the right ; second, 24 
over, line shot; third, 38 over, 13 to the left; fourth, 50 over, 2 
to the left ; fifth, 255 short, 2 to the left. 

Corporal Lemoine : first shot, 304 short, 4 to the left ; second, 
50 over, line shot ; third, 65 over, 2 to the left ; fourth, 48 over, 
8 to the right; fifth, 144 short, 15 to the right. 

This completed Battery B's firing, and Battery C took position 
at the gun, with Battery B at the several stations, as follows : for 
duty at the target, Sergeant Harriott and Corporal Lundberg ; 
for duty at Station A, Lieutenant Gould and Sergeant Boswell ; 
for duty at Station B, Lieutenant Lewis and Sergeant Sayles ; for 
duty at the plotting station, Captain Bruso and Sergeant Wheeler ; 
for duty at signal station, Sergeant Stevens. 

Battery C. Firing. 
Two firing of shell as range finders and then 20 rounds of 
shrapnel, as ordered in each battery. 

Lieutenant Sayiborn's Platoon. 

Corporal Duchesney : first shot, 143 short, 17 to the right; 
■second, 17 short, 4 to the left; third, 40 over, 10 to the right; 
fourth, 25 over, 2 to the right ; fifth, 57 short, 5 to the right. 

Corporal Hollows : first, 7 over, 4 to the left ; second, 75 over, 
4 to the left ; third, 84 short, 10 to the left ; fourth, 35 short, line 
shot ; fifth, 63 over, 3 to the left. 

Lieutenant Sargent's Platoon. 

Corporal Turner: first shot, 3 over, 9 to the left; second, 51 
over, 1 to the left; third, 76 over, line shot; fourth, 32 short, 7 
to the left ; fifth, 46 over, 2 to the left. 

Corporal Tomlinson : first shot, 66 over, line shot ; second, 51 
over, 3 to the left; third, 46J over, 2 to the left ; fourth, 28 over, 
1J to the right ; fifth, 74 short, 4 to the right. 

This completed the 20 rounds shrapnel, each battery. 

The idea of the trial was to have the fuse so cut that it would 
burst at 50 yards in front of the target, so as to get all the scat- 
tering possible. The detail from Battery A worked intelligently 
and quickly, considering everything, and at the end of the day's 
duty had a target that they may well be proud of. Then the firing 
was taken up by Battery B's detail, their 3-inch rifle being brought 
to the firing point for the trial. The fuse to this projectile was of 
paper, cut to burst at 40 yards in front of the target. The fuse 



216 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

was old, having been made during the war, and its erratic timing 
made good scoring impossible. Following each battery target 
shooting two rounds of canister were fired down channel, to give 
officers and men an idea of its scattering qualities. Each shot 
fired was followed by a shower of patterings on the surface of the 
water, commencing at about 50 yards from the muzzle, and ex- 
tending far across the water, and was certainly very interesting as 
an exhibition of its deadliness. 

We now proceeded to the boat. The guns were gotten aboard, 
and after the kindly leave-taking with our friends and instructors 
we steamed away for Boston, which was reached about 4.30 p.m. 
The several details left for their home stations, thus finishing a 
very successful and beneficial tour of duty. 

I would add that I feel very much indebted to Col. Carle A. 
Woodruff, commandant of Post Fort Warren, for the many court- 
esies and privileges afforded my several details that had practice 
in firing projectiles within his post on November 16 and 17, and 
to his courteous and obliging officers, Lieutenants Weaver, Smith, 
Catlin and Ketcham, who imparted unstintingly their knowledge 
of the work in hand ; not forgetting the doctor who so kindly sug- 
gested that, if occasion required, he would be ready to afford his 
assistance ; also Captain Richmond, who seemed imbued with the 
same kindly feeling toward the militiamen; and, last but not 
least, our friend and teacher, Captain Schenck, for whom we have 
the kindest feeling and sincere regard. 

We believe that this tour of duty will result in great benefit to 
us, and I thank you, sir, for the many privileges afforded. 
I am, sir, very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

L. N. DuCHESNEY, 

Major Commanding. 

Signal Corps First Brigade, M. V. M., 
Boston, Sept. 21, 1896. 

Lieut. Col. B. S. Parker, Assistant Adjutant General, First Brigade. 

Sir : — In accordance with Special Orders No. 21, brigade head- 
quarters, I to-day inspected the Signal Corps of the First Brigade 
at their annual fall drill. The corps were ordered to report at 
Concord. 

The stations had been previously established for them to report 
at Prospect Hill, Waltham ; at Small Knoll near Cat Rock Hill, 
Weston ; at Hagar's Hill, Lincoln ; and at Fairhaven Hill, Con- 
cord ; each squad being in charge of a non-commissioned officer. 

I went first to the Hagar's Hill station, arriving tuere about 
10.30 a.m., in company with the squad at that station. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 217 

Communication was opened about 10.50 with the Cat Rock sta- 
tion, at about 11 with the Fairhaven station and at about 11.05 
with the Prospect Hill station. Direct signalling *was made from 
the Hagar station with all other three stations, but with the Fair- 
haven station communication from the Cat Rock station could not 
be accomplished, owing to the intervention of higher ground. 
From the Prospect Hill station all other three points could be 
communicated with. 

The distances were about as follows, measured as the crow flies : 
from Fairhaven Hill to Hagar's Hill, 2 J miles ; from Fairhaven 
Hill, to Cat Rock Hill, 5J miles ; from Fairhaven Hill to Prospect 
Hill, 6 miles ; from Hagar's Hill to Cat Rock Hill, 3^ miles ; from 
Hagar's Hill to Prospect Hill, 5 miles ; from Cat Rock Hill to 
Prospect Hill, 2 miles. 

Lieut. Wm. N. Tolman, commanding signal corps, joined me at 
Hagar's Hill station, and in company with him we rode to the Cat 
Rock station and to the Prospect Hill station. 

Each squad consisted of four to six men. The Fairhaven Hill 
station was in a clearing at about the top of the hill, above a grape 
vineyard. The Hagar's Hill station was on a clear space at the 
top of a hill, which was not very heavily wooded at any part, The 
station near Cat Rock Hill was at the top of an observatory about 
forty to fifty feet high, near a house. The Prospect Hill station 
was near the top of Prospect Hill, about two hundred yards south- 
west from the coast survey station. 

The day was spent in signalling messages between the stations. 
The men showed themselves proficient in this line of work. The 
celerity with which the messages were sent is shown by the fact 
that a message was signalled from Prospect Hill to Hagar's Hill, 
thence to Fairhaven, and arrived at Fairhaven station six minutes 
after it was sent from Prospect Hill. 

The personnel of the men of this corps is very good, they being 
bright and active, and a better class of young men, such as teleg- 
raphers, clerks, salesmen, etc. The uniforms, equipments and 
paraphernalia in general were in very good condition. There 
was only one man absent in the entire corps, and he was excused. 

Regarding the work of the corps in general, I would say that it 
was very good indeed. As a matter of criticism on the work, 
however, I would say it seems to me that, if the corps is to be 
advanced to practically the rank of an engineer corps (as the 
idea seems to be), I consider such work as was done to be not as 
valuable as could be accomplished. 

The work solely of signalling can be taught and practised as 
easily in the armory as the company drill of infantry organizations, 



218 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

and when the corps can go into the field, it seems to me that larger 
and more extensive operations should be attempted, at least more 
in the line of engineer work. The putting up of a half a mile or 
a mile of telegraph wire (paying attention both to placing it under 
and above ground), the matter of bridge building, the construc- 
tion of an earthwork of more intricate pattern than simply breast-, 
works, and such matters, should be considered for field work for 
an organization of this kind, rather than practising signalling at 

long distance. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Frank H. Briggs, 

Major and Assistant Inspector General. 



Headquarters Second Brigade, M. V. M., 
Boston, Oct. 7, 1896. 

To Adjutant General Samuel Dalton, Slate House. 

General : — In accordance with Special Order No. 44, brigade 
headquarters, I have the honor to submit the following report 
upon the duty as performed by the Signal Corps of the Second 
Brigade, M. V. M. 

I met Lieutenant Sprague at 8 a m. of this date at the armory. 
In view of the threatening weather, there was some question as to 
the advisability of proceeding as had been intended to Nantasket ; 
but, owing to the fact that all provisions had been made before- 
hand for the tour of duty, the command proceeded as had been 
intended, and performed their day's duty with great credit to 
themselves and their officers. The men all looked well and ser- 
viceable. They arrived back at the East Armory at 5.30 p.m., 
where I mustered them, one sergeant and two privates being 
absent, and one lieutenant, four sergeants and eighteen privates 
were present for duty. Returns for same have been forwarded to 
Adjutant General's office. 

Most respectfully submitted, 

Aaron A. Hall, 

Major and Assistant Inspector General, 

Second Brigade, M. V. M. 



Naval Brigade, M. V. M. 
Maj. Gen Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General, Stale House, Boston. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the following report covering 
the tour of duty of the Naval Brigade, July 13-18, 1896, the 
annual drill being included in this tour. 

Under the recent law passed by Congress, authorizing the Sec- 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 219 

retary of the Navy to loan ships, not required for the service, to 
States to be used for naval militia purposes, the Secretary of the 
Navy, on Oct. 19, 1895, loaned to the State of Massachusetts the 
United States ship "Minnesota," one of the largest of the ships 
of the old navy, and especially well adapted for the uses of the 
Massachusetts Naval Brigade. After making a few needed re- 
pairs, headquarters and the First Battalion were transferred to the 
ship in January, 1896, and the ship has been used for armory pur- 
poses since that date. 

This change has been of material benefit to the brigade. During 
the tour of duty the whole command was messed and bertbed on 
the " Minnesota," the messing being under the charge of Lieut. 
H. M. Cutts, equipment officer, and Lieut. J. H. Dillaway of the 
Second Division. It was demonstrated that there is ample space 
on the ship for berthing the whole command. 

The general plan adopted for the tour was as follows : each 
division to spend two days and one night away from the ship on 
reconnoissance work ; each division to spend two forenoons on 
board the United States ship "Columbia" for practice with the 
main battery ; each division to have twenty-four hours of special 
duty on board the " Minnesota ; " all divisions except ship keepers 
to go on board the United States ship "Columbia" for target 
practice, and to conclude the week with a sham battle ; and the 
time not occupied at the above exercises to be devoted to boat 
drill. This plan was successfully carried out. 

All divisions reported on board the "Minnesota" Saturday 
afternoon, July 11, and without confusion were given their various 
stations. Immediately after supper the fire alarm was sounded, 
and the men exercised at the stations given them for this drill. 

Sunday morning general inspection and muster were had, fol- 
lowed by divine services, conducted by the Rev. J. C. Jaynes, 
pastor of the First Unitarian Church of West Newton, Mass. 

At 11.30 (high water) moorings were cast off, and the " Minne- 
sota " w r as towed to a station between Fort Warren and Galloupe's 
Island by the tugs of the Boston Towboat Company. 

Immediately after dinner the regular exercises commenced by 
sending two divisions away on reconnoissance work. While this 
work was very imperfectly done this year, I believe it to be of the 
utmost importance to the State and government, and it will be the 
future policy of the Massachusetts Naval Brigade to devote much 
time to preparing charts of the various inlets and parts of the 
Massachusetts coast not covered by the United States coast sur- 
vey. In addition to the chart work, the reconnoissance duty gives 
the men experience in camping and handling boats. 



220 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The work on the United States ship " Columbia " was uniformly 
well done, the men being embarked and disembarked without 
disorder. 

The placing of the targets, triangulations, plotting the shots and 
estimating distances for great gun practice were all done by the 
officers and men of the Naval Brigade. 

The target practice on Friday, July 17, was excellent, and a 
detailed statement of shots fired and results obtained is attached 
hereto. 

The method of carrying on the work on board ship by hav- 
ing one division detailed for twenty-four hours worked most 
satisfactorily. 

The boat drills were generally well done, showing marked im- 
provement over past years ; and, if the divisions were furnished 
with good boats of a modern type, excellent results would soon be 
obtained. 

The work of the week was concluded with a sham battle on 
Lovell's Island, the First Battalion attacking and the Second 
defending. The attack and defence were conducted in a spirited 
and intelligent manner. 

His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor witnessed the target prac- 
tice on board the " Columbia," as well as the sham battle. 

At 4.30 Saturday morning, July 18, the " Minnesota" was taken 
in tow by the tugs of the Boston Tow Boat Company, and towed 
back to her moorings at the Atlas Stores, South Boston, this work 
being completed in a little over three hours. After breakfast the 
command paraded through the principal streets of the city. 

The Legislature of 1896 authorized the formation of engineer, 
signal and torpedo divisions, to be attached to headquarters of the 
Naval Brigade. Of these divisions, the engineer and signal have 
full ranks, and have done excellent work. The engineer division, 
under Chief Engineer A. B. Frye, relieved the men on duty in the 
engine and fire rooms of the United States ship " Columbia" dur- 
ing target practice, and showed themselves competent to handle 
the most intricate machinery. 

It is very difficult to get competent men for the torpedo division, 
and its ranks are not yet full. 

The target practice of the First Battalion has, by permission of 
the Secretary of War, been performed on Lovell's Island during 
the past season. The results obtained have been as good as ever 
before, and in addition much valuable experience in camping and 
handling boats has been obtained. Small boats under steam, 
handled by the officers and men of the brigade, have done the en- 
tire transportation of the men for this work, and large parties have 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 221 

camped on the Island every Saturday night during the target 
season. 

In this connection, I wish to call special attention to the valu- 
able practice obtained in handling small boats under steam, and to 
recommend that this command be provided with a suitable boat 
for such practice, and for practice with spar torpedoes. 

Thanks are due Captain Sands and the officers of the United 
States ship " Columbia" for their interest and efforts to make the 
duty performed on board that ship practical and successful ; and 
this would apply particularly to Lieutenants Lowry, Driggs and 
Dougherty, constituting a special commission appointed to report 
on the work of the brigade. 

I believe the tour of duty performed this year, while defective 
in many ways, to be much the best ever had by this command, and 
that it is the beginning of a settled policy, applying not only to 
the Naval Brigade of this State, but to the naval militias of all the 
States. 

The officers and men of this command have, with few excep- 
tions, shown much intelligence and zeal in the performance of 
their duties during the past year. 

1 would especially call attention to the remarkable record made 
by the Sixth Division (Fall River) in target practice, this division 
having, with full ranks, qualified every officer and man as a sharp- 
shooter, — a record which I believe has never been equalled in the 
United States. This division has also maintained general excel- 
lence in all departments. 

Very respectfully, 

John W. Weeks, 
Captain, Chief of Naval Brigade. 



222 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



GENERAL ORDERS AM) CIRCULARS. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Jan. 7, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 1.* 

I. The report of the Board of Officers instituted under Special 
Orders No. 87, series of 1895, of which Col. E. P. Clark, Second 
Regiment Infantry, M. V. M., is president, having been submitted 
with recommendations to the Commander-in-Chief, the following 

are his orders : — 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Executive Department, Boston, Jan. 6, 1896. 

In consideration of the report of the Board (of which Col. E. P. Clark 
Second Infantry, is president) instituted under my orders to inquire into 
the status of the Eighth Regiment of Infantry, and to report upon the 
measures necessary for its proper reorganization, it appearing from the 
evidence adduced, and the recommendations made by the Board, that 
the interests of the service will be best conserved bv the discharge of 
the following-named officers, let an order be issued, honorably discharg- 
ing them from the same. viz. : — 

Capt. R. P. O'Reilly, Company G : Capt. G. X. B. Cousens, Company I ; 

First Lieut. J. W. Preston, Company E : First Lieut. E. Gove, Company 

I : Second Lieut. C. E. Hodgdon, Company I ; Second Lieut. F. C. Noyes, 

Company G. 

F. T. Greexhalge, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

II. In accordance with the above order of the Commander-in- 
Chief, the following-named commissioned officers of the Eighth 
Regiment of Infantry, M. V. M., are hereby honorably discharged 
for the purpose of reorganization : — 

Capt. R. P. O'Reilly, Company G: Capt. G. X. B. Cousens, 
Company I ; First Lieut. J. W. Preston, Company E ; First Lieut. 
Enoch Gove, Company I; Second Lieut. C. E. Hodgdon, Com- 
pany I; Second Lieut. F. C. Noyes. Company G. 

III. Col. William A. Pew, Jr., commanding Eighth Regiment 
of Infantry, will take measures for the safety of and accounting 
for military property in the charge of any officer affected by this 
order. 

* Whole number, series 1895, 14. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 223 

IV. The Board of Officers instituted under S. O. 87, 1895, of 
which Col. E. P. Clark, Second Infantry, M. V. M., is president, 
is hereby dissolved. 

V. Capt. Charles J. Baker, Second Corps of Cadets, having 
rendered continuous service for the period of ten years and up- 
wards, is retired upon his own request, with the rank of captain, 
to date Jan. 4, 1896, as provided in section 54, chapter 367, Acts 

of 1893. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Jan. 11, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 2. 

The target season for 1896 will close October 31. Firing par- 
ties should always be in charge of officers or non-commissioned 
officers, who are reminded of the great responsibility they assume 
and of the necessity of exercising extreme caution in order to pre- 
vent accidents. 

Rifles should be loaded at the firing point only, and should be 
inspected before leaving the range. 

The ammunition of the company should be in trustworthy hands. 

Any soldier enlisting after this date will be expected to make 
two scores of 12 points out of a possible 25, at 200 yards, during 
the first year of his service ; and company commanders will see to 
it that all instruction necessary to accomplish this result is given. 

Qualifications and requalifications will be made under the fol- 
lowing conditions : — 

1 . Target. — Either the United States Army regulation elliptical 
or the Creedmoor target may be used. 

2. Positions. — At 200 yards, standing without rest or support. 
At 500 and 600 yards, " any position." 

3. Scores. — Third Class, two scores of 15 out of a possible 25, 
at 200 yards. 

Second Class, two scores of 18 out of a possible 25, at 200 
yards. 

First Class, two scores of 21 out of a possible 25, at 200 yards ; 
and two scores of 21 out of a possible 25, at 500 yards. 

One point will be allowed on each score at 500 yards if shot in 
the prone position. 

Sharpshooters Class, two scores of 22 out of a possible 25, at 
200 yards ; two scores of 24 out of a possible 25, at 500 yards ; 
and two scores of 23 out of a possible 25, at 600 yards. 



224 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

One point will be allowed on each score at 500 yards if shot in 
the prone position. 

Distinguished marksmen will requalify in the Sharpshooters 
Class. 

Distinguished marksmen are sharpshooters of record (1) who 
have been authorized to represent the State in rifle competitions, 
or (2) who may be mentioned in orders as the " first fifteen" in a 
" State competition," or (3) who have won a trophy in a State 
match. 

4. Arms. — Such as are issued by the State, minimum trigger 
pull six pounds. Soldiers armed with the carbine will be restricted 
to the use of that arm, and will be allowed one point on each 
score at 200 yards, and two points on each score at each of the 
longer ranges. 

5. Exceptions. — Hereafter members of the following organiza- 
tions will not be expected to qualify with the rifle. No provision 
for ammunition will be made and no decorations awarded : Am- 
bulance Corps, batteries of artillery, Signal Corps, headquarter 
musicians. 

6. Revolver Qualifications. — Officers, non-commissioned staff 
officers, permanently appointed color sergeants and headquarter 
orderlies owning the regulation army or navy revolver and the en- 
listed men of any organization equipped with revolvers by the 
State will qualify as follows : — 

Second Class, two scores of 25 out of a possible 30, at 50 yards. 

First Class, two scores of 28 out of a possible 30, at 50 yards. 

Position. — Standing without rest or support, arm extended, 
elbow free from the body. Minimum trigger pull four pounds. 
The target used shall be that used for rifle shooting at 200 yards. 

Original qualifications will be rewarded by badges. 

7. Medals, etc. — No more than six medals or badges, awarded 
for rifle work, may be worn on State duty, and will include only 
those issued by the State, won in matches authorized by the State 
or allowed by orders. 

Members of the militia entitled to qualify with the revolver are 
granted special permission to wear one revolver badge in addition 
to the six mentioned above. 

Members of the militia who have won military decorations (for 
rifle work) of importance may apply through regular channels for 
permission to include them in the number allowed. 

Hereafter no decoration for rifle work (except marksman's but- 
tons) will be allowed to be worn on the blouse. 

Individual trophies are the property of the officers and men who 
win them. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 225 

When not on State duty, the number of decorations for rifle 
work allowed to be worn will be subject to the discretion of the 
commanding officer of each organization. 

8. Money Alloicance. — Ammunition will not be issued to com- 
panies, but an allowance of $1.50 will be made for each member 
of a company armed with the rifle or carbine, who qualifies or re- 
qualifies during the target season and who is a member of the 
company Oct. 31, 1896. 

The claim for this allowance will be made on the annual return 
of rifle practice of each company, and the inspector general of rifle 
practice will notify the Adjutant General of the amount due. 

9. Ammunition Allowance. — An allowance of 500 rounds of 
ammunition will be made to each headquarters, to be drawn from 
the quartermaster general's department. Requisitions for the same 
will be forwarded promptly on receipt of this order. 

10. Figure of Merit. — The standing of each company will be 
established by the following rule : every distinguished marksman 
and sharpshooter in the service at close of the target season, who 
has qualified or requalified in any class during the target year, will 
count five points, every first-class marksman four points, every 
second-class marksman three points and every third-class marks- 
man two points. Every unqualified member of a company who 
has shot two scores (of five shots each) during the year, one point. 

Fifty dollars will be given to the company having the best stand- 
ing under this rule, twenty-five dollars to the second and a trophy 
(engraving) to the third best. 

Computations under this rule will be on the basis of sixty-one 
men to a company. 

11. Competitions. — The general State competition is hereby 
ordered to be held in September. 

Regimental competitions are hereby ordered and will be held on 
the State range at South Framingham during the months of Sep- 
tember and October, for which duty pay and transportation will be 
allowed. 

Application for the use of the range for regimental competitions 
will be made to the Adjutant General after July 1 . 

Returns of such competitions (in detail) will be made through 
regular channels to the inspector general of rifle practice within 
twenty-four hours of the time of closing the match. 

Teams in the general State competition (for infantry) will con- 
sist of fifteen men firing 10 shots each, at 200 and 500 yards. 
Position at 500 yards "prone." 

Teams in regimental competitions will consist of ten men firing 
10 shots each, at 200 yards. 



226 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

There will be a competition for teams from each cavalry troop to 
be held at South Framingham, in which competition the teams 
will coDsist of twelve men firing 20 shots each, at 200 yards. 

12. Regimental inspectors (under chapter 367, section *127, 
Statutes 1893) are allowed to visit, with mileage allowance, each 
company of their commands three times yearly, when so ordered 
by their commanding officer. 

They should visit each company at least once during the winter 
months, to instruct the officers and non-commissioned officers in 
the proper care and use of the rifle. 

They will promptly report to this department through regular 
channels cases of delinquency in the work of company commanders, 
and will hold themselves at all times in readiness to state progress 
made by the several companies of their respective organizations. 

They are also ordered to notify the inspector general of rifle 
practice through regular channels of any negligence on the part of 
city or town officials to provide suitable ranges for troops stationed 
within their limits in accordance with section 90, militia law 1893. 

Mileage returns for visiting companies will be rendered quarterly 
and promptly. 

When the inspectors of rifle practice are assembled on orders 
from this department, mileage will be allowed. 

13. Annual Returns. — The annual returns of rifle practice 
must be forwarded in time to reach the inspector general of rifle 
practice not later than Nov. 10, 1896. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

George F. Hall, 
Colonel and Inspector General of Rifle Practice. 
Official : 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Jan. 23, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 3. 

Lieut. Col. Carle A. Woodruff, commandant at Fort Warren, 
having, with his officers, kindly volunteered to instruct the First 
Infantry in heavy artillery and light artillery, schools have been 
arranged as follows : — 

Evenings of January 27, February 24, March 31. The commis- 
sioned officers of the First Regiment of Infantry will assemble at 
the Irvington Street armory on the above evenings, at 8 o'clock 
p.m., in undress uniform, without swords, for instruction. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 227 

The following will be the line of study : — 

1. The duties, organization, equipment and instruction of coast 
Artillery. 

2. The elementary instruction of the recruit. 

(a) Physical training. 
(6) Artillery training, 
(c) Classification of " gunners." 

3. Instruction of " gunners." 

(a) Guns and mortars and their service. 
(6) Powders ; taking powder pressures ; magazine ser- 
vice. 

(c) Projectiles and their service. 

(d) Fuses and their setting. 

(e) The motion and effects of projectiles. 

(/) Effect of density of air and winds on the flight of 
projectiles ; use of the barometer, psychrometer 
and anemometer. 

(g) Cordage. 

(h) Mechanical manoeuvres. 

(i) Flag signalling. 

(J) The azimuth circle and its use. 

(k) Shot plotting and ship tracking. 

(I) Range tables and their use. 

(m) Sights and their setting. 

(n) Laying guns on fixed objects. 

(o) Laying guns on moving objects. 

(p) Laying guns and mortars by the indirect method. 

(q) Estimation of distances. 

(?*) Simulated target practice at fixed and moving 
targets. 

(s) Target practice with shot. 

4. Instruction of the battery. 

(a) Formation and posting at the guns. 

(6) Service of the battery. 

(c) Alarm drill. 

(d) Combat drill. 

In so far as possible the above course will be of a practical na- 
ture ; much of it can be carried out in the armories ; what cannot 
be done in the armories will be practised at Fort Warren, when 
provision is made for the same. 

Lieut. A. D. Weaver, United States Army, has been designated 
by Colonel Woodruff as the instructor in heavy artillery, and all 
officers will give him every attention and facility in his work. 



228 ADJUTAXT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Lieutenant Weaver has offered to visit companies drill evenings 
and give instruction to companies and to the company officers. 

The programme embraces any emergency duty at Fort Warren, 
and the course of study during the winter will be practically car- 
ried out during the summer at the fort. 

Capt. A. D. Schenck having been designated by Colonel Wood- 
ruff as instructor in light artillery, the commissioned officers of the 
First Battalion Light Artillery and Battery A, without swords, 
will assemble at the East Newton Street armory on the evenings 
of January 29, February 26, March 25, at 8 o'clock p.m., in un- 
dress uniform, for instruction. The following programme of 
instruction has been arranged : — 

First night. The horse : — 

(a) Feeding, watering, grooming. 

(b) Harnessing, saddling, bitting. 

(c) Hitching in, draft, driving. 

Second night : — 

(a) Sights, pointing, range-finding. 

(b) Fuses, shell, shrapnel. 

(c) Deviation, kind of fire, target practice. 

Third night : — 

Subject to be determined later, after learning something as to 
the knowledge of officers and non-commissioned officers. 

First night for officers only, the other nights for both officers 
and sergeants (and the gunners, if practicable and deemed advis- 
able). 

As many other nights can be given as may be desired. 

The instructor to attend one or more drills of each battery after 
the course, and to hold a general examination as to the improve- 
ment attained, and the result and report submitted to the Adjutant 
General, upon completion of the duty. 

Paymasters will return bill for mileage of officers for each meet- 
ing. 

Should Capt. A. D. Schenck decide that non-commissioned offi- 
cers of batteries should attend the second and third meetings, they 
will also be returned for mileage. 

Captain Schenck may visit the armories of batteries during the 
winter on the regular drill nights for instruction, or supervision of 
drills. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Daltox, 
Adjutant General. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— -No. 7. 229 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Feb. 1, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 4. 

I. Lieut. Col. S. M. Mansfield of the engineer corps of the 
United States Army having kindly consented to instruct officers of 
the militia in practical field work, commanding officers of brigades, 
regiments, battalions, naval brigade and cadet corps, with their 
field officers, and commanding officers of unattached companies 
and signal corps, will report at the Irvington Street armory in 
fatigue uniform, without swords, on Friday evening, February 28, 
at 8 o'clock, for instruction. 

Mileage will be allowed to the above officers upon the return of 
paymasters. 

II. All commissioned officers of the militia, other than the 
above, are invited to attend on that evening. 

III. Until further orders, the Signal Corps will take up the 
study and practice of field work in addition to their other duties. 
Requisitions may be made for books of instruction and necessary 
appliances. 

IV. Officers of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia will, before 
June 1, 1896, provide themselves with the new U. S. forage cap, 
adopted by General Orders 8, Par. 2, dated A. G. O., July 6, 1895. 

V. Officers are again reminded that exchanges of property are 
not allowed, but application to turn in unserviceable property may 
be made, and, when permission is granted, such property may be 
turned in and requisition made to replace ; if clothing, sizes will 
be given. On receipt of the new supplies, the unserviceable will 
be turned in at once to the State arsenal. 

All requisitions will be completely filled out, and commanding 
officers will not approve or forward requisitions not so filled out. 

VI. Clothing and other property which cleaning and repairs 
will render serviceable will not be turned in as unserviceable, but 
will be cleaned and repaired from the allowance provided by law 
for such repairs. 

VII. Armory inspections by officers of the inspector general's 
department will be ordered only when companies are considered 
below the proper standard. Good companies will not be visited 
by the above officers. 

VIII. Regimental, battalion and cadet corps commanders will 
inspect their companies, completing the inspections before April 
15, 1896. They will forward to the Adjutant General a report of 
these inspections, with a return of number of officers and enlisted 
men present. The tour of inspections will be returned as one of 
the visits to companies, allowed by law. 



230 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

IX. Commanders of infantry companies will make requisition 
on the quartermaster general for one stretcher and four brassards 
for the use of the company bearers of their commands ; these will 
be taken up on their property return and accounted for as other 
military property. 

X. Regimental and battalion commanders of infantry will re- 
quire at least two hours' drill each month in the use of the stretcher 
and instruction in first aid to the injured, to be given by their med- 
ical officers to the company bearers in their armories, and that at 
least one-half hour each day when in camp be devoted to this pur- 
pose. 

XI. Within twenty days from the termination of any tour of 
duty, the senior medical officer of each organization shall report in 
writing, through military channels, to the medical director of his 
brigade, all matters concerning the medical department that came 
under his observation during such tour. Medical directors, within 
ten days of the receipt of such reports, shall forward them, or 
copies, to the surgeon general through military channels, after 
making such endorsement thereon as they may deem necessary. 

XII. Medical officers will forward requisitions for medical and 
hospital supplies to their medical director who will forward the 
same to the surgeon general. 

XIII. Official communications which require the action of the 
surgeon general (excepting requisitions for medical and hospital 
supplies) must be forwarded to him through military channels. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Feb. 8, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 5. 

I. Capt. John Bigelow, Jr., Tenth United States Cavalry, hav- 
ing kindly consented to give two lectures on " The cavalryman and 
his duties," the lectures will take place at the armory of Troop A, 
Cavalry, Bulfinch Street, Boston, Mass., on the evenings of March 
4 and 25. 

II. Commissioned officers of cavalry will report at the above- 
named place in undress uniform, at 8 o'clock p.m. on the dates 
named. 

III. Mileage will be allowed the above officers, and bills will 
be forwarded for the same at the conclusion of the second meeting. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 231 

IV. All commissioned officers are invited to be present ; also 
non-commissioned officers of cavalry, but mileage will not be 

allowed. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



CoMJIONAYEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, 

Adjutant Genekal's Office, Boston, March 5, 1896. 
General Orders, No. 6. 

His Honor the Lieutenant Governor announces to the militia 
with profound sorrow the death of His Excellency Frederick T. 
Greenhalge, Governor of the Commonwealth and Commander-in 
Chief, which occurred at his home in Lowell, at 12.30 o'clock a.m., 
on Thursday, the 5th instant. 

As a mark of respect for his memory and as a manifestation of 
the sorrow which pervades the Commonwealth, the standards of 
the militia will be draped and the usual badge of mourning worn 
by all commissioned officers for the period of thirty days ; minute 
guns will be fired during the passage of the funeral cortege to the 
grave, and flags will be displayed at half-staff on the arsenal and 
armories throughout the Commonwealth, until after the funeral. 
By order of the Lieutenant Governor, 

Acting Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 
Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, March 11, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 7. 

I. Before a general court martial, which convened at the South 
Armory in Boston, pursuant to paragraph 3, General Orders No. 
13, dated Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Dec. 17, 1895, and 
of which Lieut. Col. Charles L. Hovey, First Infantry, M. V. M., 
is president, and Capt. Francis R. Bangs, judge advocate, Second 
Brigade, M. V. M., is judge advocate, was arraigned and tried 
Capt. Anthony D. Mitten, Company M, Ninth Regiment of In- 
fantry, M. V. M. 

II. The proceedings and findings of the said court having been 
declared regular and in accordance with law by the judge advocate 
general, have been submitted to His Honor the Lieutenant Governor 



232 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

and Commander-in-Chief, and the findings of the court approved. 
The following are his orders : — 

Executive Department, Boston, March 11, 1896. 

Tbe proceedings, evidence and findings of the general court martial 
convened under orders for the trial of Capt. Anthony D. Mitten, Com- 
pany M, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Second Brigade, M. V. M , having 
been submitted to me, are hereby approved. 

The court having found the accused not guilty of the charges and 
specifications on which he was tried, he is acquitted. 

Let orders be issued restoring the said Capt. Anthony D. Mitten to his 

command. 

Roger Wolcott, 

Lieut. Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

III. Capt. Anthony D. Mitten, Company M, Ninth Regiment 
of Infantry, Second Brigade, M. V. M., is hereby restored to his 
command. 

By order of the Lieutenant Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, March 17, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 8. 

I. So much of General Orders No. 3, c. s., from this office as 
relates to the dates fixed for the lectures at the South Armory, is 
amended and the date of lecture by Lieutenant Weaver, U. S. A., 
assigned for March 31, changed to Monday evening, March 30, 
instead. 

II. A school for medical officers will be held at the South 
Armory, Irvington Street, Boston, Wednesday, March 25, at 3 
o'clock p.m. Brig. Gen. Edw. J. Forster, surgeon general, will 
preside. 

Medical officers will be allowed mileage. All other commis- 
sioned officers are invited to be present. All will wear undress 
uniform without sword. 

Captains Louis A. LaGarde and Paul Clendenin, assistant sur- 
geons U. S. Army, have kindly consented to speak to the officers 
on the duties of medical officers in active service and upon the 
effects of the new bullet. 

By order of the Lieutenant Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 233 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, April 11, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 9. 

I. The troops comprising the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia 
will hold their annual encampments for the year 1896 as follows : — 

First Brigade, Brig. Gen. Benjamin F. Bridges commanding 
(with the exception of the First Regiment of Infantry), at the 
State camp ground, South Framingham, June 9 to 13 inclusive. 

The annual drill of the First Regiment Infantry will take place 
at Fort Warren, August 3. Camp at the same place, August 4 to 
8 inclusive. 

Second Brigade, Brig. Gen. Benjamin F. Peach, Jr., command- 
ing, at the State camp ground, South Framingham, July 21 to 25 
inclusive. 

The First Battalion of Cavalry and Troop F, and Battery A, 
Light Artillery, will perform the duty of annual drill by a route 
march the day preceding the encampment. 

First Corps of Cadets, at Hingham, July 14 to 18 inclusive. 
This command will hold its annual drill at same place, on July 13. 

Second Corps of Cadets, at Essex,* August 11 to 15 inclusive. 
This command will hold its annual drill at the same place, 
August 10. 

Naval Brigade, in Boston harbor, June 23 to 27 inclusive. f 
This command will hold its annual drill at the same place, June 
224 

Troops of First and Second Brigades will perform camp duty 
in campaign uniform. Fatigue caps will be carried to camp ; full 
dress uniforms will not. 

II. Capt. Myles Standish, commanding the Ambulance Corps, 
will make two details of his command, with such officers as he 
may deem necessary, for duty with the First and Second Brigades 
at encampments. 

III. Mattresses or bedding will not be kept in mess halls dur- 
ing the day. 

IV. The manner of mustering for pay will be announced later 
in orders. 

No enlisted man will be returned for pay unless enlisted thirty 
days before the tour of duty, except in case of re-enlistments. 

V. Brigade commanders are hereby ordered to assume control 
of the State camp ground (excepting the arsenal and buildings 
immediately adjoining) on the day prior to the encampment of their 

* Changed to Boxford. f Changed to July 14 to 18. % Changed to July 13. 



234 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

respective commands. They may assume control on the Saturday 
preceding camp, if they desire, but without pay. Proper details 
will be made for guarding all property, and the provost guard will 
guard all buildings, hospitals, and property the day preceding the 
camp, and infantry details will perform this duty during camp. 

They will. detail a provost guard, and from each battalion, unat- 
tached company of cavalry and artillery, the quartermaster and 
the quartermaster sergeant, for duty on the day preceding the en- 
campments. Troops arriving in camp on the day preceding the 
date of encampment will be under orders of the brigade com- 
manders, and enlisted men will not leave camp without a pass. 
Brigade commanders will also detail a staff officer to attend to em- 
barking and disembarking troops at depots in Boston and South 
Framingham, on the first and fifth days at camp, who shall for- 
ward a detailed report of the same through channels to this office. 

They will issue stringent orders relative to care of quarters and 
uniform arrangement of the same, and extra and useless baggage 
and boxes will not be allowed in quarters, and brigade orders will 
give the maximum of baggage to be allowed. 

Wagons with baggage will not be sent over the road or by rail 
on Sunday, and such wagons will not be permitted to enter the 
field or remain thereon on that day. 

All commissioned and non-commissioned officers are hereby in- 
structed not to permit enlisted men to lie on the ground (except 
on drill) . The habit of doing this must be discontinued ; cleanli- 
ness of clothing demands it, and officers will strictly enforce this 
rule, and this paragraph of this order will be read to each 
company. 

The judge advocate of each brigade is hereby ordered during the 
encampments to exercise jurisdiction under section 110, chapter 
367 of the Acts of 1893. 

All caterers' help and citizen employees will be provided with 
some badge or written pass to designate them and their employ- 
ment, and will not be permitted to roam around the camp. 

VI. Requisitions for quartermasters' supplies will not be re- 
ceived or filled in camp except in cases of special emergency, and 
the practice of delaying requisitions until arrival in camp will be 
discontinued. 

VII. Bills for transportation of all horses for headquarters, 
approved by the commanding officer, with accompanying vouchers, 
will be forwarded immediately upon the completion of duty, and 
will be paid through the paymaster. Vouchers must accompany 
each bill for horse transportation, but bills will not be* forwarded 
for horses ridden to or from camp by officers ; and where horses 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 235 

are delivered on the camp ground in lots the full allowance for 
transportation will not be asked for, but a reasonable amount for 
such transportation. 

VIII. The veterinary surgeons of each brigade will thoroughly 
inspect all horses reported for duty, and they are authorized to 
reject horses unfit for service, and order that they shall not be 
returned for allowance on bills or pay rolls. If possible, they will 
inspect the horses for artillery and cavalry prior to their leaving 
their home posts. If it is necessary, in order to accomplish this, 
to have the duty performed the day before camp, the veterinary 
surgeons will perform this duty on those days, and be returned on 
pay rolls for extra duty. 

IX. The horses of officers and enlisted men for which allow- 
ance is made will not be ridden by civilians under any consid- 
eration whatever, and all racing and over-driving is strictly 
prohibited. 

X. Officers of the guard will, as soon as guard is mounted, 
take an inventory of all State property — uniforms, arms, equip- 
ments, etc. — which each enlisted man of his guard has ; and be- 
fore dismissing his guard, on being relieved by the new guard, will 
see that every man has all property he reported ; and in case of 
loss will at once report it to the quartermaster general, and will 
make entry on guard book of losses or no loss. Reports of loss 
of property on guard means inefficient guard officers. The guard 
quarters and the grounds around the same will be kept clean by 
the guard each day. 

XI. Brigade commanders will make such rules as to passes for 
citizens as they may deem best for the interests of the service, and 
are hereby authorized to designate visiting days, if in their judg- 
ment it is best. 

Passes for enlisted men to leave camp will not be given except 
in urgent cases, and all enlisted men found outside of camp with- 
out authority will be arrested and at once court-martialed. 

Returns of absentees, which must be properly filled out, with 
recommendations for action, in full, — and none will be returned 
without such recommendations, — will be forwarded with pay rolls 
to the adjutant general. Captains of companies will see that no 
man is recommended for discharge who has not been properly 
notified of the tour of duty. 

XII. All assistant inspectors general of the staff of the Com- 
mander-in-Chief will report to the inspector general for duty on the 
first day of each brigade encampment at twelve o'clock noon. 

XIII. For the purpose of assuring a proper and safe use of the 
rifle range at South Framingham during the annual encampments, 



236 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

it is ordered that no enlisted man be allowed to use the targets un- 
less accompanied by an officer or a competent non-commissioned 
officer. 

Regimental inspectors of rifle practice are ordered to be present 
on the range during the time their commands are using the targets. 

They will see that the men attend to the duty in a soldierly 
manner, and will give instructions to recruits in matters pertaining 
to the use of the rifle, particular care being taken to instruct every 
man to keep the muzzle of the rifle depressed in loading. 

Rifles will be loaded at the firing point only, and shells and 
cartridges must be removed before leaving the firing point. Any 
disobedience of this order must be reported to brigade headquarters. 

Rifles must be inspected by the officer in charge of firing parties 
before leaving the range. 

Brigade commanders will allot targets to the different organiza- 
tions of their brigade, and the assistant inspector general of rifle 
practice of the brigade will report daily to his commanding officer 
any command failing to make full use of time or targets assigned 
to them. 

They will report daily any accidental discharge of rifles, and if 
any accident should result in injury to any person, they will make 
a record of the attending circumstances and report at once. 

XIV. The inspector general of rifle practice will visit the en- 
campments at such times as the needs of his department may 

demand. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, April 18, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 10. 

I. The report of a board of officers, of which Horace B. Parker, 
first lieutenant and paymaster, First Infantry, was president, rela- 
tive to change of system of pay rolls to facilitate the payment of 
troops, is adopted, with the exception of the recommendation for 
advance of money prior to a tour of duty (which cannot be put in 
operation as the Public Statutes will not allow such advances) . 

II. Hereafter the following rules will be observed by pay- 
masters for the muster and pay of troops : — 

The present paymasters' books to be discontinued and a new 
one issued, as recommended by the board. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 237 

Commanding officers will order paymasters and paymasters' ser- 
geants to bring their roll books to the Adjutant General's office 
before camp and annual drills, for comparison. Pay and mileage 
to be allowed for one day's duty. 

Cardboard rolls will be issued from this office, to be used for 
muster for pay. 

The present form of assignment, muster and pay rolls to be dis- 
continued, and all consolidated in one pay roll. Captains and 
adjutants to fill in names and rank of the officers and men of the 
headquarters and companies, respectively, on five pay rolls and on 
one cardboard roll. 

On two of the pay rolls in the column designated for the purpose 
they shall have the officers and men assign their pay (if they 
desire) opposite their names on the pay roll ; all five pay rolls and 
the cardboard roll to be handed to the paymaster at the commence- 
ment of the tour of duty. 

Paymasters will see that all pay rolls and assignments of pay 
are carefully compared with their roll books, will mark in red ink 
all absentees, will write in on the pay roll the number of days that 
each officer and man is present for duty, as shown by the card- 
board roll, and, after verifying the same, will forward all pay rolls 
to the Adjutant General within ten days of the completion of a 
tour of duty. 

After the pay and mileage has been written on the pay rolls at 
the Adjutant General's office, the two pay rolls containing the as- 
signment of pay and one of the pay rolls which does not contain 
the assignment to be returned to the paymaster, who shall then 
draw the amount due when notified that payment is ready, and 
disburse the same, sending all pay rolls to the company com- 
manders with check to the order of the assignee for the amount 
due. The assignee to receipt the pay rolls containing the assign- 
ments of pay in the spaces reserved for that purpose, and return 
them to the paymaster at once. 

The paymaster will forward one of the receipted pay rolls with 
assignment thereon to the State Auditor of the Commonwealth 
within one month after receiving amounts due, retaining the other 
as his voucher. 

When an organization is ordered to hold its annual drill in the 
same week as its camp, only one set of pay rolls will be required 
for both tours of duty. 

All paymasters will be held strictly to conform to this order 
relative to time of forwarding pay rolls. 

Musters for pay shall be held at such times as may be most con- 
venient to the commander of the organization, only those absent 



238 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

at the musters for pay to be marked on cardboard roll. Pay- 
masters or acting paymasters only will muster troops for pay. 

All paragraphs of the Massachusetts regulations for government 
of^the militia inconsistent with this order are hereby rescinded. 
By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Office of Inspector General of Rifle Practice, 

Boston, April 25, 1896. 

Published for information of the militia. 

Assignments for Rifle Practice. 

The following days are assigned the militia stationed in Boston 
for target practice at Walnut Hill during the season commencing 
June 8 and ending Oct. 31, 1896 : — 

Monday. — Commander-in-Chief and staff; First Brigade staff; 
Second Brigade staff ; Company A, Fifth Regiment Infantry ; 
Company H, Fifth Regiment Infantry ; Company L, Sixth Regi- 
ment Infantry. 

Tuesday, — First Regiment Infantry. 

Thursday. — First Corps Cadets ; First Battalion. 

Friday. — Ninth Regiment Infantry. 

Headquarters will shoot on days assigned to their organizations. 

For the purpose of securing to each organization its proportion 
of the time allowed for the use of the range, the following table is 
given, showing the number of hours due each command : — 

Hours. 

Commander-in-Chief and staff, 50 

First Brigade staff, 50 

Second Brigade staff, 50 

First Regiment Infantry, 585 

Fifth Regiment Infantry, 245 

Sixth Regiment Infantry, 85 

Ninth Regiment Infantry, 670 

First Corps Cadets, 415 

First Battalion Cavalry, 245 

Each organization using targets will keep a record of the date 
and number of hours. 

Any member of the above-mentioned organizations may shoot 
on a day not assigned to his command whenever such use of targets 
does not interfere with the shooting of the organization assigned to 
that day {and with the permission of the officer in command ) ; but 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 239 

each command is expected to use the day alloted to it, as far as 
possible. 

The inspector of rifle practice of the First Regiment of Infantry, 
the First Corps Cadets, the First Battalion of Cavalry and the 
Ninth Regiment of Infantry will each have general supervision of 
shooting on days assigned to his command, and will act as execu- 
tive and range officer. 

On days when the inspector of rifle practice is not on the range 
the senior officer present of the organization assigned to those days 
will be in charge. 

Each detachment must be in charge of an officer or competent 
non-commissioned officer, who will report to the range keeper on 
arrival at the range. 

No shooting on assignments on legal holidays. The rules of the 
Massachusetts Rifle Association in regard to the use of the range 
and those which govern shooting must be strictly observed, and 
officers are expected to make themselves familiar with all such 
rules. 

No intoxicating liquors allowed on the grounds. 

Executive officers are expected to preserve order and discipline, 
and to report any serious violation of rules to the inspector gen- 
eral of rifle practice. 

"Firing parties should always be in charge of officers or non- 
commissioned officers, who are reminded of the great responsibility 
which they assume, and the necessity of exercising extreme caution 
in order to prevent accidents. 

44 Rifles should be loaded at the firing point only, and should be 
inspected before leaving the range. 

11 The ammunition of the company should be in trustworthy 
hands." — General Orders, No. 2, C. S. 

Reasonable transportation will be furnished on application of 
the inspector of rifle practice of each organization to the inspector 
general of rifle practice. 

If needed, extra ammunition can be purchased of the range 
keeper. 

By communicating with the range keeper (Mr. W. T. Kendall, 
Woburn, Mass.), special arrangements for lunches, barges or the 
use of targets can be made. 

It is expected that shooting will be in uniform, and that all 
officers will set this example. 

It is hoped that company commanders will avail themselves of 
the use of the targets early in the season, as this department 
reserves the right to discontinue the use of the range before the 
close of the target season. 



240 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Special arrangements having been made by the Naval Brigade 
for use of targets, that organization is not included in the assign- 
ments made in this circular. 

The following are the Inspectors of Rifle Practice of the differ- 
ent organizations embraced in this circular : Lieut. Robert Ball 
Edes, Fifth Regiment Infantry ; Lieut. John Breen, Ninth Regi- 
ment Infantry ; Lieut. William A. Hayes, 2d, First Corps Cadets ; 
Lieut. James W. Jones, Sixth Regiment Infantry ; Lieut. Horace 
D. Litchfield, First Battalion Cavalry ; Lieut. John B. Paine, 
First Regiment Infantry. 

Special Target Assignments. 

Special arrangements having been made by which a limited num- 
ber of targets (Nos. 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12) at Walnut Hill can be 
used by the militia stationed in Boston on Saturday afternoons, 
commencing May 2, assignments will be made (for these targets 
only) subject to the rules and regulations of the Massachusetts 
Rifle Association and also the following conditions : — 

a. Each squad must be accompanied by an officer or competent 
non-commissioned officer, who will be held strictly accountable for 
the conduct of his men, and for the observance of the rules and 
regulations mentioned above. 

b. Disorderly conduct of any nature is forbidden, and soldiers 
(not members of the Massachusetts Rifle Association) must refrain 
from use of space or targets not assigned them, and must not 
handle or meddle with the property of the members. 

c. Shooting will be done in fatigue uniform. 

d. No intoxicating liquors are allowed on the range, and any use 
of them will be sufficient grounds to debar a soldier from further 
use of the targets, and every offence of this nature must be re- 
ported to the inspector general of rifle practice. 

e. The number of soldiers (not members of the Association) 
allowed in the shooting house under these special arrangements is 
limited to thirty-five, and the senior officer present will so arrange 
that no more than that number be present in the building at any 
one time ; but it is not necessary that the squads be equally di- 
vided, according to the number of targets. 

/. Under these special arrangements it must be understood by 
all officers and men that they are subject to the direction and con- 
trol of the officers of the Massachusetts Rifle Association while on 
the range, and must promptly obey their orders ; and if aggrieved 
by any ruling or decision must submit at the time, but may report 
the matter to the inspector general of rifle practice in writing. 



1897 ] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 241 

g. If a good amount of interest is shown, it is expected that 
the arrangements now made can be extended throughout the entire 
season ; but such extension depends on the conduct of the soldiers 
using the range, as Saturday is the regular shooting day of the 
Association, and the regular members are always present, who will 
not tolerate any noisy or disorderly conduct or any interference 
with their shooting. 

h. Assignments will be made from the office of the inspector 
general of rifle practice direct to the company commanders, and 
each commander will make such arrangements as will ensure a 
good use of the time allotted to his command, as a charge is made 
Jor opening these targets, whether they are used or not. 

The inspectors of rifle practice of the different organizations will 
also be notified of the days and targets assigned to their com- 
mands. 

i. No targets will be assigned to any headquarters on Satur- 
days, as these arrangements are made to accommodate the enlisted 
men, who have great difficulty in obtaiuing leave of absence from 
work on other days of the week without loss of pay or jeopardizing 
their positions by neglect of business. 

j. In case a company should need a target for qualification 
practice on a Saturday not assigned them, a request can be made 
for the same to this department, and a target will be assigned on 
Saturday forenoon (if nothing prevents). Such request must be 
made in writing not less than one week before the date wished for, 
but use of targets under such assignments must not extend beyond 
12.30 p.m. 

k. It is hoped that company commanders will make use of the 
full time allowed them, as this department reserves the right to 
discontinue the use of the range before the close of the target 
season. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Geo. F. Hall, 
Colonel and Inspector General of Rifle Practice. 

Approved : Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, May 1, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 11. 

I. Before a general court martial convened at Boston, pursuant 
to Par. 3, General Orders No. 13, dated A G. O., Dec. 17, 1895, 
of which Lieut. Col. Charles L. Hovey, First Infantry, is presi- 



242 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

dent, and Capt. Francis R. Bangs, judge advocate Second Brigade, 
is judge advocate, was arraigned and tried Second Lieut. Benjamin 
A. Freeman, Company H, Sixth Regiment of Infantry. 

The court, having adjudged the accused guilty of the charges 
and specifications, sentence him, Second Lieut. Benjamin A. Free- 
man, Company H, Sixth Regiment of Infantry, M. V. M., to be 
dismissed the service. 

II. The proceedings, findings and sentence of the general court 
martial in the foregoing case of Second Lieut. Benjamin A. Free- 
man, Company H, Sixth Infantry, M. V. M., having been approved 
by the proper reviewing authority, and the record forwarded to the 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief, the following are his orders 
endorsed thereon : — 

Executive Chamber, Boston, May 1, 1896. 

The sentence in the foregoing case of Second Lieut. Benjamin A. Free- 
man, Company H, Sixth Infantry, M. V. M., is confirmed and will be duly 

executed. 

Roger Wolcott, 

Commander-in- Chief. 

III. In accordance with the above order, Second Lieut. Benja- 
min A. Freeman, Company H, Sixth Infantry, M. V. M., is hereby 
dismissed the military service of the Commonwealth, and ceases to 
be an officer of the militia thereof from this date. 

IV. The court martial, of which Lieut. Col. Chas. L. Hovey is 
president, is hereby dissolved. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, May 2, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 12. 

The following is the bill of dress for the Massachusetts Volun- 
teer Militia, with the exception of the Cadet Corps, who will con- 
tinue to wear their distinctive uniform. All commanding officers 
will be held responsible for a strict compliance with the same, and 
they, with the inspecting officers, will report at once any deviation 
from this order. 

Coats. 

Full Dress for Officers. 

A double-breasted frock coat of dark-blue cloth, the skirt to ex- 
tend from one-half to three-fourths the distance from the hip-joint 
to the bend of the knee. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 243 

For a Major General. — Two rows of buttons on the breast, 
nine in each row, placed by threes ; the distance between each row 
five and one-half inches at top and three and one-half inches at 
bottom ; stand-up collar, not less than one nor more than two 
inches in height, to hook in front at the bottom and slope thence 
up and backward at an angle of thirty degrees on each side, cor- 
ners rounded ; cuffs three inches deep, to go round the sleeves 
parallel with the lower edge, and with three small buttons at the 
under seam ; pockets in the folds of the skirts, with two buttons 
at the hip and one at the lower end of each side-edge, making four 
buttons on the back and skirt of the coat ; collar and cuffs to be 
of dark-blue velvet. 

For a Brigadier General. — The same as for a major general, 
except that there will be eight buttons in each row on the breast, 
placed by pairs. 

For a Colonel, Lieutenant Colonel and Major. — The same as for 
a major general, except that there will be nine buttons in each row 
on the breast, placed at equal distances ; collar and cuffs of the 
same color and material as the coat. 

For a Captain, First Lieutenant and Second Lieutenant. — The 
same as for a colonel, except that there will be seven buttons in 
each row on the breast. 

For Chaplains. — Plain black frock coat with standing collar ; 
one row of nine black buttons in front on breast, with li herring- 
bone " of black braid, one-half inch wide, around the buttons and 
button-holes. 

For Medical Officers. — The uniform as prescribed for medical 
officers of the United States Army, with the Massachusetts State 
button, to be procured on or before Jan. 1, 1897. 

Vests. 
When not on duty officers may wear a buff, white or blue vest. 

Undress for All Officers. 
For Marches, Fatigue Duty and Ordinary Wear. 

A single-breasted sack coat of dark-blue cloth or serge, with 
standing collar fastened with hook and eye ; coat to close with a 
flap containing suitable concealed fastenings, the skirt to extend 
from one-third to two-thirds the distance from the hip joint to the 
bend of the knee, according to height of wearer ; cut to fit the 
figure easily ; a vertical opening at each side of the hip, according 
to pattern ; shoulder straps and collar insignia to be worn. The 
coat to be trimmed with lustrous black mohair flat braid, as fol- 



244 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



lows : edged all around the bottom, the front edges, the collar, 
and for six inches upward from the bottom along both side open- 
ings, to the skirt, with braid one and one-fonrth inches wide. 
This coat will be worn when full dress is not required. During 
the warm season commanders may authorize this coat made of 
white duck or flannel, to be worn with white braid, but without 
shoulder straps or collar insignia. 

On undress duty a plain leather belt will be worn under the un- 
dress coat, the sword hook emerging through the opening of the 
coat on the left side. (For field service, or when the pistol is 
carried, the belt will be worn outside the undress coat when so 
directed by the commanding officer.) 

The insignia for officers' undress coats will be as follows : — 
For all officers of the staff corps and departments, their dis- 
tinctive insignia, without wreath, one inch high, embroidered in 
gold or made of gold or gilt metal, fastened to each side of the 
collar about one and five-eighths inches from the edge and midway 
of its height. 

For all officers of the line, the insignia as hereinafter provided, 
one inch high, embroidered in gold or made of gold or gilt metal, 
fastened to each side of the collar about one and five-eighths 
inches from the edge and midway of its height. 
The insignia of the staff corps are as follows : — 
For Officers of the Adjutant General's Department. — A shield 
embroidered in gold bullion. 






For Officers of the Inspector General's Department. — A sword 
and fasces, crossed, embroidered in gold or metal, dull finish. 




1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



245 



For Officers of the Judge Advocate General' s Department. — A 
sword and pen, crossed, embroidered in gold bullion. 




For Officers of the Quartermaster General's Department. — Ac- 
cording to pattern in the office of the Adjutant General. 




For Officers of the Subsistence Department. — A crescent (one- 
half inch between cusps), cusps to the rear, embroidered in silver 
bullion. 




For Officers of the Medical Department. — A cross, according to 
pattern, three- fourths of an inch over all, embroidered in dead gold 
bullion or made of gold or gilt metal in exact imitation of gold 
embroidery, the centre to be plain and the cross without border. 
Arms of cross to be placed perpendicular and horizontal. 






246 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



For Aides-de-Camp of the General and Brigade Staff. — The 
letters " A. D. C," as now provided, without other insignia. 

For Officers of the Line, in addition to the numerical designation, 
as provided, insignia will be as follows : — 

For Officers of Infantry. — Two gold embroidered rifles without 
bayonets, barrels upward, crossed, with the number of the regi- 
ment in the upper angle. 

For company officers, the letter of company in lower angle. 




For Officers of Cavalry. — Two gold embroidered sabres, crossed, 
edges upward, with number of battalion in upper angle, letter of 
troop in lower angle. 




For Officers of Artillery. — Two gold embroidered cannon, 
crossed, with the number of the battalion above and letter of bat- 
tery at the intersection of the crossed cannon. 






For Officers of Signal Corps. — Two flags, with torch and staves 
crossed, to be embroidered in bullion ; the flags to be square, one 
flag to be of gold with a square centre of silver bullion, the other 
of silver with a square centre of gold bullion, the sides of the 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



247 



centre squares being one-third that of the flags. The staves of the 
flags to be of gold bullion, crossing each other at right angles ; the 
staff of the torch to be of gold bullion, to be vertical and to bisect 
the angles formed by the staves of the flags. The gold bullion of 
the torch flame to be shot with red silk. Upon the collar of the 
blouse the white flag will be placed toward the edge of the collar. 



h 





For Inspectors of Rifle Practice. — For infantry, the " crossed 
rifles;" for cavalry, the " crossed sabres." In the upper angle, 
the number of regiment, battalion or cadet corps; in the lower 
angle, the letters "I. R. P.," gotliic design, embroidered in gold, 
fastened to each side of the collar one inch from its edge and mid- 
way of its height.* 




Coat for Enlisted Men. 

For Infantry. — Single-breasted dark-blue frock coat, according 
to the pattern in the office of the Adjutant General. 

For Cavalry and Artillery. — Same as for infantry, except that 
pipings and facings are of yellow for cavalry and of red for artillery. 

For Signal Corps. — Same as for infantry ; facings to be orange. 

For Ambulance Corps. — Same as for infantry; facings to be 
olive-green. 

Undress for Enlisted Men. 

For Fatigue Purposes and for General Wear. — A dark-blue 
blouse, same as issued by the quartermaster general's department 
of the United States Army. 



See General Orders 14 c. s. 



248 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Buttons. 

As per pattern in the office of the Adjutant General. 

For General Officers and Officers of the Governor's and Brigade 
Staffs. —The staff button. 

For All Other Officers except Chaplains. — The line officer's 
button. 

For Chaplains. — Plain black serge button. 

For All Enlisted Men. — The special button for enlisted men, 
except the blouse button, which shall be the United States button. 

Trousers. 

For General Officers and Officers of the Governor's and Brigade 
Staffs. -—Dark-blue cloth, plain, without stripe, welt or cord. 

For Officers of Cavalry, Artillery, Infantry, Signal and Ambu- 
lance Corps. — Light-blue cloth, same shade of color as trousers of 
enlisted men, with stripe one and one-half inches wide, welted at 
the edges ; color, that of facings of their respective arms, except 
infantry, which will be dark blue. 

For Chaplains. — Plain black, with black cord on outer seams. 

For Eidisted Men. — Sky-blue ; color and style as per pattern in 
the office of the Adjutant General. 

Non-commissioned staff officers and sergeants to wear a stripe one 
inch wide ; corporals, one-half inch wide ; musicians, two stripes, 
one-half inch wide and one-fourth of an inch apart ; color to con- 
form to arm of service. 

Leggings. 

For enlisted men of infantry, signal and ambulance corps the 
canvas leggings, as per pattern in the Adjutant General's office. 

Cravats. 
For Officers and Enlisted Men. — Black or white, as may be 
prescribed by regimental commanders ; the tie not to be visible at 
the opening of the dress coat. 

Boots and Shoes. 
For Officers and Enlisted Men. — Black, the stocking not to be 
visible. 

Hat or Cap (Full Dress). 
For General Officers and Officers of the Governor's and Brigade 
Staffs. — Chapeau according % to pattern, with staff buttons; to be 
worn with the peak slightly to the left, showing the gilt ornament 
upon the right side. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 249 

For Field and Staff Officers, Officers of Artillery and Cavalry, 
Signal and Ambulance Corps. — Black felt helmet, cloth covered, 
with gold cord and tassels and gilt trimmings, according to pattern. 
Officers, when on duty, may wear the spike without cord. 

For Chaplains. — Black chapeau without plume, ornament of 
black silk, with the number of the regiment above the arms of the 
State, embroidered in silver, on the right side. 

For All Other Officers. — Black felt, cloth-covered helmet, with- 
out plume, with metal ornaments, as per pattern. 

For Enlisted Men of Artillery and Cavalry. — Black felt, cloth- 
covered helmet, same pattern as for officers, with cords and tassels 
of mohair, red for artillery and yellow for cavalry. Helmet orna- 
mented with yellow metal trimmings, as per pattern. 

The helmet cords will be attached to the left side of the helmet 
and come down to the left shoulder, where they are held together 
by a slide ; one cord then passes to the front, the other to the rear 
of the neck, crossing upon the right shoulder and passing sepa- 
rately around the front and rear of the right arm, where they are 
again united and held together by a slide under the arm ; the 
united cords then cross the breast and are looped up to the upper 
button on the left side of the coat. 

For all other enlisted men, same as for enlisted men of artillery 
and cavalry, except cord and tassels, but spike will be worn in 
place of plume. All dress hats to be of regular army pattern. 

Hospital stewards same as the United States Army. 

White cork canvas helmets, with chin strap and number of 
organization, may be worn under orders of the Commander-in- 
Chief. 

Undress Cap for All Officers. 

Of dark-blue cloth, the diameter at the top slightly less than at 
the base, the height three and one-fourth inches all around; the 
seam around the top without a welt, and neatly stitched on each 
side. The band one and one-half inches wide, with welts project- 
ing one-eighth of an inch at the top and bottom, the bottom welt 
one-eighth of an inch above the base of the cap. The visor of 
black patent leather, bound with the same, and molded to shape, 
green underneath, rounded and sloping downward from the hori- 
zontal. A rigid stiffening all round to extend from the base of the 
cap to within one inch of the top, and a hair-cloth stiffening 
throughout the remainder of the sides and top ; four black metal 
eyelets for ventilation, two on each side, placed above the band ; a 
cap cord of gold bullion one-eighth of an inch in diameter for the 
officers' cap, and a chin strap, like the one now in use, for the en- 



250 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

listed men's caps, secured at both ends by small regulation but- 
tons, one on each side, immediately back of the euds of the visor. 
For general officers, a band of black velvet, and for all other offi- 
cers, except chaplains, a band of lustrous black mohair braid 
filling the space between the welts. The cap badge for officers 
and enlisted men placed in front, so that the top of the badge will 
be slightly below the top of the cap. 

The cap badge for all officers will be the coat of arms of the 
United States, embroidered in gold, modified according to pattern. 

All caps and cap ornaments of officers to be of regular army 
pattern and shape. 

For Enlisted Men. — Of plain blue cloth, with straight visor, 
chasseur pattern, and with cap device in front, as per pattern in 
the office of the Adjutant General. 

Non-commissioned staff officers of brigade will wear the letters 
" N. C. S.," with the number of brigade above, in a metal wreath. 

Officers and men who have seen service in war may wear corps 
badges of cloth on top of cap. 

Plumes for Officers. 

For Field and Staff Officers of Battalions and Officers of Cavalry, 
Artillery, Signal and Ambulance Corps. — Horse-hair plume, gilt 
ball and socket ; plume to be long enough to reach the front edge 
of visor of helmet ; color of plume to be white for infantry, red 
for artillery, yellow for cavalry, orange for signal corps and olive- 
green for ambulance corps. 

Plumes for Enlisted Men. 

For Artillery and Cavalry. — Horse-hair plume, same size and 
length as for officers ; red for artillery, yellow for cavalry ; socket 
according to pattern. 

Spurs. 
For Mounted Officers. — Yellow metal or gilt. 
For Mounted Men. — Of yellow metal, plain surface. 

Gloves. 

For General Officers and Officers of the Governor's and Brigade 
Staffs. — Buff gauntlets, on duty with troops ; white gloves other- 
wise. 

For Field and Staff Officers of Artillery, Cavalry and Infantry, 
and for Officers of Artillery and Cavalry, Signal and Ambulance 
Corps. — Gauntlets, on duty with troops ; otherwise, white gloves. 

All other officers, white gloves. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 251 

Sash. 
For General Officers. — Buff silk net, with silk bullion fringe 
ends ; sash to go twice around the waist and to tie behind the left 
hip ; pendent part not to extend more than eighteen inches below 
the tie. Officers above the grade of brigadier general may, at 
their option, wear the sash across the body from the left shoulder 
to the right side. 

Sword-belt. 

For Officers. — A waist-belt, not more than two inches wide, 
with slings of the same material as the belt, with a hook attached 
to the belt on which to hang the sword. The belt to be worn out- 
side the full dress coat, inside the undress sack coat and underneath 
overcoat by all officers. A light webbing belt may be worn with 
undress coat. 

For General Officers. — .Of red Russia leather, with three stripes 
of gold embroidery, as per pattern now worn. 

For Field Officers. — One broad stripe of gold lace on black 
enamelled leather, according to pattern. 

For Company Officers of Cavalry, Artillery, Infantry, Signal 
and Ambulance Corps. — Four stripes of gold lace, interwoven 
with silk of the same color as the facings of their arms of service, 
and lined with black enamelled leather. 

For Xon-commissioned Officers. — Plain black leather, same as 
pattern in office of Adjutant General. No other will be worn. 

Sword-belt Plate. 

For Officers. — Gilt, rectangular, two inches wide, with a raised 
bright rim ; a silver wreath of laurel encircling the arms of the 
United States ; eagle, shield, scroll, edge of cloud and rays bright ; 
the motto " E pluribus unum " upon the scroll ; stars also of silver, 
according to pattern. For enlisted men, as issued by the State. 

Sword and Scabbard. 

For General Officers. — Straight sword, gilt hilt, silver grip, 
nickel and bronzed scabbards ; for a major general, to have two 
gilt stars, for a brigadier general, one gilt star, between the bands. 

For Other Officers except Chaplains. — The same as for general 
officers, except that the grip will be black bound with gilt wire, 
and omitting the stars on the scabbard. 

For Cavalry Officers. — Sabre and scabbard, according to United 
States pattern. 

For Mounted Officers of Artillery. — Light artillery sabre, ac- 
cording to United States pattern. 



252 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

For Mounted Officers of Infantry. — Sword and scabbard of the 
United States pattern prescribed for cavalry officers. 

Chaplains wear no swords. 

Bronzed scabbard will always be worn with black belt. 

For Non-commissioned Staff Officers. — Small straight sword, 
gilt bow hilt, black grip, bronzed scabbard, like pattern in the 
office of the Adjutant General. To be carried in a sword frog by 
non-commissioned staff officers of infantry. 

The sword will be worn upon all occasions of duty except stable 
and fatigue. 

When not on military duty officers may wear swords of honor. 

Field and staff officers may wear the new pattern of field 
officers' swords adopted by the War Department. Officers of the 
artillery and cavalry may wear the regulation sword for their arm. 

Sword-knot. 

For General Officers. — Gold cord with acorn end. 

For all Other Officers. — Gold lace strap with gold bullion tassel, 
as now worn. Officers when wearing a black belt may wear a 
sword-knot of russet or white leather. 

Epaulets. 

For a Major General. — Of gold, with solid crescent; device, 
two silver embroidered stars, with five rays each, one and one-half 
inches and one and one-quarter inches in diameter, placed longi- 
tudinally ; the smaller in the centre of the strap. 

For a Brigadier General. — Same as for a major general, omit- 
ting the smaller star. 

Shoulder-knots. 

For Officers of the Governor's and Brigade Staffs. — Gold cord, 
Russian pattern, on dark-blue ground ; insignia of rank and letters 
or device of corps embroidered on the cloth ground ; an aiguillette 
of gold cord to be worn with the right shoulder-knot by adjutant 
general and assistant adjutants general, assistant inspectors gen- 
eral and aides-de-camp. 

For Officers of Cavalry, Artillery, Infantry, Signal and Ambu- 
lance Corps. — Of the same pattern as above, but on cloth of the 
same color as the facings of their arm, with insignia of rank and 
number of regiment embroidered on the cloth ground, according to 
pattern. 

For Regimental Adjutants. — Of the same pattern as for other 
officers of their arm but with aiguillettes attached. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 253 



Insignia of Rank on Shoulder-knots. 

For a Colonel. — A silver embroidered eagle at the centre of the 
pad. 

For a Lieutenant Colonel. — Two silver embroidered leaves, one 
at each end of pad. 

For a Major. — Two gold embroidered leaves, one at each end 
of pad. 

For a Captain. — Two silver embroidered bars at each end of 
pad. 

For a First Lieutenant. — One silver embroidered bar at each 
end of pad. 

For a Second Lieutenant. — Plain. 

The above insignia to be the same as prescribed for the shoulder- 
straps. 

Shoulder-straps. 

For a Major General. — Dark-blue cloth, one and three-eighths 
inches wide by four inches long, bordered with an embroidery of 
gold one- fourth of an inch wide ; two silver embroidered stars of 
five rays each. 

For a Brigadier General. — The same as for a major general, 
except that there will be one star instead of two ; the centre of the 
star to be equidistant from the outer edge of the embroidery on the 
ends of the strap. 

For a Colonel. — The same size as for a major general, and bor- 
dered in a like manner with an embroidery of gold ; a silver em- 
broidered spread eagle on the centre of the strap, two inches 
between the tips of the wings, having in the right talon an olive 
branch and in the left a bundle of arrows ; an escutcheon on the 
breast, as represented in the arms of the United States. Cloth of 
the strap as follows : for the governor's and brigade staffs, dark 
blue; artillery, scarlet; infantry, sky-blue; cavalry, yellow; sig- 
nal corps, orange ; ambulance corps, olive-green. 

For a Lieutenant Colonel. — The same as for a colonel, accord- 
ing to corps, omitting the eagle and introducing a silver embroid- 
ered leaf at each end, each leaf extending seven-eighths of an inch 
from the end border of the strap. 

For a Major. — The same as for a colonel, according to corps, 
omitting the eagle and introducing a gold embroidered leaf at each 
end, each leaf extending seven-eighths of an inch from the end 
border of the strap. 

For a Captain. — The same as for a colonel, according to corps, 
omitting the eagle and introducing at each end two silver embroid- 



254 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

ered bars of the same width as the border, placed parallel to the 
ends of the strap, at a distance between them and from the border 
equal to the width of the border. 

For a First Lieutenant. — The same as for a colonel, according 
to corps, omitting the eagle and introducing at each end one silver 
embroidered bar of the same width as the border, placed parallel 
to the ends of the strap, at a distance between them and from the 
border equal to the width of the border. 

For a Second Lieutenant. — The same as for a colonel, accord- 
ing to corps, omitting the eagle. 

For a Chaplain. — Same as for a colonel, omitting the eagle and 
introducing a shepherd's crook of frosted silver on centre of the 
strap, which will be of black velvet. 

Chevrons. 

The rank of non-commissioned officers will be marked by chev- 
rons of gold lace upon both sleeves of the uniform dress coat, on 
fatigue coat above the elbow, and upon overcoats below the elbow, 
of cloth of the color of the facings, divided into bars a half-inch 
wide, points down, according to patterns in the office of the Adju- 
tant General, as follows : — 

Non-commissioned staff officers of brigades, chevrons inverted. 

For a Sergeant Major. — Three bars and an arc of three bars. 

For a Quartermaster Sergeant. — Three bars and a tie of three 
bars. 

For a Drum Major. — Three bars and crossed batons. 

For Chief Buglers. — Three bars and bugle, regulation size. 

For a Paymaster Sergeant. — Three bars with crossed quill pens. 

For Company Buglers. — Bugle in cloth color of facing on both 
dress and fatigue coats. 

For Hospital Stewards. — Three bars and an arc of one bar of 
emerald-green cloth enclosing a red cross. 

For Color Sergeants. — A sphere above the bars of chevron. 

For a First Sergeant. — Three bars and a lozenge. 

For Company Quartermaster Sergeant. — Three bars and a tie 
of one bar. 

For a Sergeant. — Three bars. 

For a Corporal. — Two bars. 

Enlisted men of signal corps will wear crossed flags, and of am- 
bulance corps, the Geneva cross, of cloth, on each arm. 

To indicate Service. — All non-commissioned officers, musicians 
and privates who have served faithfully for five years will wear as 
a mark of distinction upon both sleeves of the uniform coat, below 
the elbow, a diagonal half chevron, one-half inch wide, extending 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 255 

from seam to seam, the front end nearest the cuff, and one-half 
inch above the point of the cuff, to be of the same color as the fac- 
ing of the coat. 

In like manner, an additional half chevron, above and parallel 
to the first, for every subsequent term of five years' faithful ser- 
vice ; distance between each chevron one-fourth of an inch. 

Service in war will be indicated by a white stripe on each side 
of the chevron for artillery, and a red stripe for all other corps, the 
stripe to be one-eighth of an inch wide. 

Overcoat.* 

For Officers. — Regular army pattern, as prescribed for general 
officers; seven buttons, officer's pattern, double row, on front; 
rank designated upon sleeve by braid, and slit on left side to 
admit the handle of sword. Overcoat to be worn without cape, 
except in inclement weather. 

For Enlisted Men of all Arms. — Of sky-blue cloth, of the pat- 
tern now used. 

To indicate Rank of General Officers. — There will be on both 
sleeves, near the lower edge, a knot of black silk braid, not ex- 
ceeding one-eighth of an inch in width, and composed of five 
braids, double knot. 

Colonel, five braids, single knot. 

Lieutenant Colonel, four braids, single knot. 

Major, three braids, single knot. 

Captain, two braids, single knot. 

First Lieutenant, one braid, single knot. 

Second Lieutenant and Chaplain, without braid. 

Capes. 

Mounted officers may wear dark-blue capes in inclement weather, 
the capes of the staff of the Commander-in-Chief to be lined with 
buff, all others with the color of their respective arms of the 
service. 

Horse Furniture. 

For Officers. 

Saddle-cloth for General Officers. — Dark-blue cloth, trimmed 
with two rows of gold lace, the outer row one and five-eighths 
inches wide, the inner row two and one- fourth inches ; and to bear 

* Amended by General Orders No. 14. 



256 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

on each flank corner the following ornaments distinctive of rank, 
to wit : — 

For Major Generals. — A gold embroidered spread eagle and 
two stars. 

For Brigadier Generals. — A gold embroidered spread eagle and 
one star. 

Saddle-cloth for Officers of the Governor's and Brigade Staffs. — 
Dark-blue cloth, of sufficient length to cover the saddle and hol- 
ster, and one foot ten inches in depth, with an edging of gold lace 
one inch wide. 

Infantry, sky-blue. 

Artillery, red. 

Cavalry, yellow. 

Signal Corps, orange. 

Ambulance Corps, olive-green. 



Miscellaneous. 

Whenever the full dress coat is worn on armed duty by officers 
below the rank of brigadier general, the shoulder-knots and gilt 
sword-belts will be worn ; when not on armed duty, the shoulder- 
strap may be worn by all officers. 

Letters to be embroidered on shoulder-knots in silver in old 
English characters. 

For Adjutant General and Assistant Adjutants General. — A 
shield in silver with aiguillette. 

For Officers of the Inspector General 's Department. — Same as 
for officers of the Adjutant General's department, with aiguillette, 
but with solid gold or gilt sword and fasces, crossed and wreathed. 

For Officers of the Judge Advocate General's Department. — 
Same as for officers of the Adjutant General's department, without 
the aiguillette, but with sword and pen, crossed and wreathed, in 
silver. 

For Officers of the Quartermaster General's Department. — Same 
as for officers of the Adjutant General's department, without the 
aiguillette, but with insignia according to pattern in the office of 
the Adjutant General in place of the silver shield. 

For Officers of the Subsistence Department. — Same as for offi- 
cers of the Adjutant General's department, without the aiguillette, 
but with a crescent of silver, one inch between cusps, — cusps to 
the rear, — in place of the silver shield. 

For Officers of the Medical Department. — Same as for officers 
of the Adjutant General's department, without the aiguillette, 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 257 

but with a cross of the pattern described for undress coat, one 
inch over all, of embroidery or metal in exact imitation of em- 
broidery, placed upon centre of pad, arm perpendicular and hori- 
zontal. For surgeon general, cross as described, made of solid 
silver in imitation of embroidery, to be three-fourths of an inch 
over all, to be placed on the strap of the epaulet half-way between 
the pad and upper fastening. 

For Aides-de-Camp. — Same as for officers of the Adjutant Gen- 
eral's department, without the shield but with the aguillette. 

For Paymasters, ^J. Jl. 

For Engineer Officers, a turreted castle. 

For Veterinary Surgeon, #. £. 

For Officers of the Ambulance Corps, the red cross on centre of 
pad. 

For Regimental Staff Officers of her than Medical Officers and 
Paymaster, the number of the regiment. 

Excepting by officers of the day (Regulations, Pars. 581 and 
806), sashes will not be worn by officers below the grade of briga- 
dier general. 

Badges of Service or Merit. 

The badges of the Society of the Cincinnati, the Military Order 
of the Loyal Legion, the Grand Army of the Republic, and of 
armies or army corps, indicating actual service in the field, and 
the red cross badge and the medal and clasps for long service may 
be worn upon the left breast of the dress coat. Officers and men 
who are members, by inheritance, of the societies of* the Colonial 
Wars, Sons of the Revolution, the Sons of the American Revolu- 
tion, the Society of the War of 1812, the Mexican War, and the 
Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, are entitled 
to wear on the uniform dress coat, on occasions of ceremony, the 
distinctive badges adopted by such societies. Ribbons without 
clasps, or with single clasps, will not exceed one inch in length ; 
for additional clasps the ribbon may be correspondingly length- 
ened, not, however, to show more than one inch below the lower 
clasp or insignia attached to the clasp. In like manner, medals 
or badges won in authorized military target matches, or in author- 
ized matches for excellence in drill, may be worn on the dress 
coat ; no more than six badges to be worn at one time. 

No medal, badge, ribbon, flower or decoration other than these 
herein named will be worn. No target or drill match will be con- 
sidered as authorized unless sanctioned by the orders of a company 
commander or superior authority. 



258 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

On the undress coat the ribbon only, indicating a medal or 
badge, may be worn, to be placed in the same relative position as 
upon the dress coat ; society buttons intended for citizens' dress 
will not be worn. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 
Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, May 16, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 13. 

The sad news of the death of Brig. Gen. Edward Jacob Forster, 
surgeon general of Massachusetts, in New York, at 4.40 p.m. 
Friday, May 15, 1896, is announced to the militia. 

General Forster had been identified for many years with the 
military service of the Commonwealth in the ranks and later in the 
medical department, serving for over twenty years as surgeon of 
the Fifth Regiment of militia ; and was promoted lieutenant colonel 
and medical director of the First Brigade, M. V. M., from which 
he was appointed to succeed Brigadier General Burrell as surgeon 
general. He was thoroughly interested in the militia, and his con- 
stant desire was to improve the service in his own department. 
He was zealous, painstaking and judicious in all that he did, and 
during his administration of the affairs of his office he has ren- 
dered valuable service. 

Genial, friendly and helpful to others, he will be missed and 
mourned by those who knew him, and in his death the State has 
lost a valuable officer. 

The usual badge of mourning will be worn by commissioned offi- 
cers for the period of thirty days. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 
Adjutant General. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



259 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, May 28, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 14. 

I. The following is published for the information of the 

militia : — 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Executive Department, Boston, May 28, 1896. 

Lieut. Col. Robert A. Blood of Boston, medical director of the First 
Brigade, M. V. M., is hereby appointed surgeon general, with the rank 
of brigadier general, in place of Edward Jacob Forster, deceased. 

Roger Wolcott, 

Lieutenant Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

II. The above-named officer, having been duly commissioned, 
qualified and assigned to duty, will be obeyed and respected ac- 
cordingly. 

III. So much of the bill of dress promulgated in General 
Orders No. 12, C. S., as relates to overcoats for officers, is hereby 
amended to read as follows : — 

Overcoat. 
For Officers. — Regular army pattern, as prescribed for general 
officers, rank to be designated upon sleeve by braid ; slit on left 
side to admit the hilt of sword. 

IV. The insignia of the inspector general of rifle practice will 
be the same as that prescribed for the inspector general's depart- 
ment, with the addition of the letters " R. D.," embroidered in 
gold. 




For Assistant Inspectors General of Rifle Practice. — The insig- 
nia of the inspector general's department, with the letters " R. P." 




260 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

V. Brigade, Daval brigade and cadet corps commanders are 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, June 26, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 15. 

I. The following-named, having rendered continuous service 
for a period of ten years and upwards, as commissioned officers 
in the Volunteer Militia of this Commonwealth, are, upon their 
own applications, retired under the provisions of section 54, chap- 
ter 367 of the Acts of the year 1893, viz : — 

Chaplain Minot J. Savage, First Infantry, May 29, 1896. 
Capt. Arthur E. Perry, Company E, First Regiment Infantry, 
as major, to date from June 2, 1896. 

II. The following is adopted as the insignia for adjutants on 
the undress coats : the shield of the adjutant general's depart- 
ment, of gold embroidery, or of metal in imitation of embroidery, 
in the lower angle of the regimental or battalion device, the shield 
to correspond in size with the numerical designation in the upper 
angle of the device. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, July 17, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 16. 

The death of Honorable William Eustis Russell, formerly Gov- 
ernor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and Commander- 
in-Chief of its militia, which occurred Wednesday, July 15, is 
announced. 

In honor to the memory of this distinguished son of Massa- 
chusetts, it is ordered that the flags be displayed at half-staff on 
the armories, arsenal buildings and at encampments, until after 
the funeral. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



1807] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 261 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Aug. 20, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 17. 

Upon the recommendation of Col. George F. Hall, inspector 
general of rifle practice : — 

I. The State rifle competition called for by the General Order 
No. 2, c. s., will be held at the range of the Massachusetts Rifle 
Association, Walnut Hill, Woburn, on Monday, September 7. 

The competition will be in charge of Col. George F. Hall, in- 
spector general of rifle practice, who will act as executive officer, 
arrange details and be responsible for their proper execution. 

All communications in regard to this competition should be ad- 
dressed to him. 

The following officers are detailed as assistant executive officers 
and are assigned to the following targets : — 

Maj. Thos. F. Cordis, A. I. G. R. P. First Brigade, targets 
Nos. 9, 10, 11, 12, at the 200-yard range. 

Capt. Francis II. Appleton, first Corps Cadets, targets Nos. 5, 
6, 7, 8, at the 200-yard range. 

Capt. Gordon Dexter, Second Brigade staff, targets Nos. 1, 2, 
3, 4, at the 200-yard range. 

Capt. Henry S. Dewey, First Brigade staff, targets Nos. 5 and 
6, at the 500-yard range. 

Capt. Philip Little, Second Corps Cadets, targets Nos. 3 and 4, 
at the 500-yard range. 

Lieut. Edward E. Currier, First Corps Cadets, targets Nos. 1 
and 2, at the 500-yard range. 

Maj. Frank H. Briggs, First Brigade staff, is detailed to take 
charge of the statistical department, and is authorized to detail 
one commissioned officer and one non-commissioned officer and a 
bugler for duty in his department, and will also make all arrange- 
ments for score cards, score sheets, etc., requisite for his work. 
Team captains will apply to him for score cards immediately on 
arrival at the range. 

Lieut. Albert C. Warren, Fifth Regiment Infantry, with his 
paymaster sergeant, is detailed to act as mustering officer, and 
will report to this office for instructions. 

All officers and men detailed for this tour of duty will muster 
for pay before leaving the range. 

Lieut. Thomas L. Jenkins, assistant surgeon, Eighth Regiment 
Infantry, is detailed to act as surgeon, and is authorized to detail 
a hospital steward. 

Brigade and regimental inspectors of rifle practice (not shooting 



262 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

on teams) are detailed for this tour of duty, and will report to the 
inspector general of rifle practice on the range. 

II. Infantry competition. 

Conditions. — Open to one team from each infantry organization 
and the naval brigade. Teams will consist of fifteen shooters, two 
substitutes and a team captain. 

Eleven shots at 200 yards and eleven shots at 500 yards. The 
first shot at each range will be a sighting shot, and a space will be 
left on the score cards for entering the value of the shot. 

Time limit, two and a half hours at each range. Time limit will 
be registered at the sound of the bugle, when firing will begin and 
cease. 

Rifles, those issued by the State. 

Minimum trigger pull, six pounds. 

Position. — At 200 yards, off-hand. At 500 yards, prone, head 
towards the target. 

Cleaning allowed between ranges only. 

One coach (who must be a member of the team) will be allowed 
at the 200-yard range, and two coaches (who must also be mem- 
bers of the team) at the 500-yard range ; also a spotter if wanted, 
who may or may not be a member of a team. 

Members of teams must have performed at least one-half of the 
State duty of the present year. 

Firing of rifles on any part of the range, otherwise than in com- 
petition, will not be allowed. 

Medals will be awarded for the fifteen highest aggregates scores 
made by competitors who are qualified sharpshooters and who have 
never won a medal in a State match. 

Competitors making the fifteen highest scores (without regard to 
class) will be mentioned in orders. The tricolor will be the trophy 
for the winning team. 

Any sharpshooter of organizations not entering teams in this 
competition, who desires to enter for individual competition, may 
make entry on or before September 3, subject to the approval of 
the inspector general of rifle practice ; but the number of such 
competitors shall not exceed fifteen. 

Entries of teams, giving the name of the team captain, must be 
made to the inspector general of rifle practice on or before Sep- 
tember 4. 

Any officer or man under detail or present on the range is 
eligible to fill a vacancy in the team of the organization to which 
he belongs. 

III. Cavalry competition. 

Conditions. — Open to one team from each troop of cavalry in 
the State. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



2(>3 



Sixteen shots at 200 yards. The first shot will be a sighting 
shot. No cleaning during the score. Tune limit, two and a half 
hours. Carbines only allowed. Minimum trigger pull, six pounds. 
Teams will consist of ten shooters, two substitutes and one team 
captain. One coach (who shall be a member of the team) allowed. 

The trophy for the winning team will be a set of yellow ribbons 
to be carried on the troop guidon. 

Entries of teams must be made (giving name of the team 
captain) to the inspector general of rifle practice on or before 
September 4. 

IV. The following are the assignments of targets at the 200- 
yard range : — 

Sixth Regiment Infantry. 
First Regiment Infantry. 
Ninth Regiment Infantry. 
Fifth Regiment Infantry. 
Naval Brigade. 

Troop A, First Battalion Cavalry. 
Second Regiment Infantry. 
Eighth Regiment Infantry. 
First Corps Cadets 
Second Corps Cadets. 
Troop D, First Battalion Cavalry. 
Troop F, First Battalion Cavalry. 

The following are the assignments of targets at the 500-yard 
range : — 

First Division. — Target No. 1, Second Corps Cadets. 
" " 2, Naval Brigade. 
" " 3, Eighth Regiment Infantry. 
" " 4, Ninth Regiment Infantry. 
" " 5, Fifth Regiment Infantry. 
Second Division. — Target No. 1, Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

" " 2, First Regiment Infantry. 
" " 3, Second Regiment Infantry. 
" " 4, First Corps Cadets. 
" " 5, Individual entries. 

Shooting in the individual competition will begin at the 200-yard 
range as soon as a team has completed its score. Order of shoot- 
ing will be determined by drawing. 

Each regimental, corps and troop commander (including the 
First Battalion of Artillery) will detail one commissioned and one 
non-commissioned officer to report to the inspector general of rifle 
practice to act as supervisors and scorers at the 200-yard range, 
and they are assigned as follows : — 



Targ 


et No. 


1, 




u 


ti 


2, 




u 


ii 


3, 




M 


ii 


4, 




M 


u 


5, 




M 


II 


6, 




II 


II 


7, 




II 


II 


8, 




II 


II 


9, 




II 


M 


10, , 




II 


II 


11, 




II 


II 


12, . 





264 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Detail from First Regiment Infantry to target No. 4, — Fifth 

Regiment of Infantry. 
Detail from Second Regiment Infantry to target No. 6, — Troop 

A, First Battalion Cavalry. 
Detail from Fifth Regiment Infantry to target No. 3, — Ninth 

Regiment Infantry. 
Detail from Sixth Regiment Infantry to target No. 12, — Troop 

F, First Battalion Cavalry. 
Detail from Eighth Regiment Infantry to target No. 1, — Sixth 

Regiment Infantry. 
Detail from Ninth Regiment Infantry to target No. 11, — Troop 

D, First Battalion Cavalry. 
Detail from First Corps Cadets to target No. 7, — Second Regi- 
ment Infantry. 
Detail from Second Corps Cadets to target No. 2, — First Regi- 
ment Infantry. 
Detail from Naval Brigade to target No. 8, — Eighth Regiment 

Infantry. 
Detail from Troop A, First Battalion Cavalry, to target No. 9, — 

First Corps Cadets. 
Detail from Troop D, First Battalion Cavalry, to target No. 10, — 

Second Corps Cadets. 
Detail from Troop F to target No. 5, — Naval Brigade. 
Detail from First Battalion Artillery to target for individual entries. 

Each regimental and corps commander (including the First 
Battalion Artillery) will also detail an additional officer and non- 
commissioned officer to report to the inspector general of rifle 
practice to act as supervisors and scorers at the 500-yard range. 
They are assigned as follows : — 

First Regiment detail to target No. 1, First Division. 

Second Regiment detail to target No. 2, First Division. 

Fifth Regiment detail to target No. 2, Second Division. 

Sixth Regiment detail to target No. 5, First Division. 

Eighth Regiment detail to target No. 4, Second Division. 

Ninth Regiment detail to target No. 3, First Division. 

First Corps Cadets detail to target No. 3, Second Division. 

Second Corps Cadets detail to target No. 1, Second Division. 

Naval Brigade detail to target No. 4, First Division. 

First Battalion Artillery detail to target No. 5, Second Division. 

All officers and non-commissioned officers detailed to act as 
supervisors and scorers will proceed to the targets assigned them 
immediately on arrival at the range. Supervisors will act as time- 
keepers. 

Capt. John W. "Weeks, Naval Brigade, will detail two officers 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 205 

and two non-commissioned officers for telephone service, who will 
report to the inspector general of rifle practice on the train. 

Lieut. Henry W. Sprague and six enlisted men of the Second 
Brigade Signal Corps are detailed to take charge of the pit at the 
200-yard range. 

Lieut. William N. Tolman and eight enlisted men from the First 
Brigade Signal Corps are detailed to take charge of the pit at the 
500-yard range. 

Lieutenants Sprague and Tolman will report to the inspector 
general of rifle practice on or before August 31 for special in- 
structions. 

Major H. G. Kemp, First Battalion- Cavalry, will detail one 
lieutenant, one sergeant, one corporal and twelve privates for 
guard duty (not mounted), who will report to the inspector gen- 
eral of rifle practice for orders. 

The names of all officers and non-commissioned officers under 
special detail for this competition must be sent to the inspector 
general of rifle practice on or before Thursday, September 3. 

During the progress of the competition no one except the officers 
on duty at the range, the members of the team whose turn it is to 
shoot, the coaches and spotters named in this order will be allowed 
within the lines. 

No expressions on the part of competitors of approbation or 
disapproval, with reference to any score or shot, will be made loud 
enough to be heard at the firing point. 

Infringement of this rule will debar the offender and throw out 
his score. 

Any person, whether a competitor or not, interfering with any 
member of a firing squad, or annoying him in any way, will be 
warned, and if he repeats the offence he will be ordered off the 
range. Should he be a competitor, his score will be thrown out 
and no substitute allowed. 

Fatigue uniform and caps (no belts) will be worn on this tour 
of duty. 

Train leaves Union Station (Boston & Maine Railroad), with 
special cars, at 8.35 a.m. No other train to Walnut Hill before 
twelve o'clock. 

Rules will be strictly enforced, and violation of any rule or any 
act of carelessness will bebar the offender. 

The interpretation of the rules and the right to debar an offender 
rests with the inspector general of rifle practice, subject to pro- 
test. 

Should a member of a team be debarred, a substitute may take 
his place, but the score made by the offender will be thrown out, 



266 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

and only that part of the score made by the substitute will be 
allowed. 

Any team or competitor aggrieved by a decision of the executive 
officer may enter a protest with him, and he will forward it to the 
Adjutant General. 

Notice of protest must be given before leaving the range, and 
the protest must be made in writing within twenty-four hours of 
the time of closing the match. 

Decisions (except when conflicting with the provisions of this 
order) will be rendered in accordance with Blunt's Small Arms 
Firing Regulations. 

Pay at the rate of $2 -per day for privates, $2.50 per day for 
non-commissioned officers and $3 per day for officers, together 
with transportations, will be allowed. 

Brigade and cadet corps commanders are charged with the pro- 
mulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Aug. 31, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 18. 

I. The following-named enlisted men of the Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia, having absented themselves from annual drill 
and camp duty of their commands for the current year, without 
leave or proper excuse, are hereby discharged for neglect of duty, 
for the best interests of the service : — 

First Regiment Infantry. — Private Edward A. Bingham, Com- 
pany G. 

Second Regiment Infantry. — Private Joseph W. Eaton, Company 
D ; Private Albert W. Labounty, Company E ; Private Francis F. 
Lundberg, Company F ; Private Peter P. Smith, Company M. 

Fifth Regiment Infantry. — Private William E. Wallace, Company 
A; Private Guss Carlson, Company B; Privates Charles W. 
Fewkes, Frank S. Hemmenway, Charles F. Osborne, Company C 
Privates William Kelliher, James S. Donley, Arthur G. Mann 
John Shea, Company D ; Private William Merrill, Company F 
Privates Herbert E. Kenney, Martin J. Walsh, Company H 
Private Stephen C. Plant, Company K ; Private Mesian O. Brault, 
Company M. 

Sixth Regiment Infantry. — Privates Albert Dore, Oscar F. 
Hirsch, Company C ; Corporal Eddie E. Merritt, Privates Joseph 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 267 

Berthiaume, Herbert G. Corvern, Walter H. Corvern, John W. 
G rover, Walter Libby, Harry L. McKenzi^, Frank L. Riley, Les- 
lie A. Russell, Michael H. Tarpey, Company F ; Privates John C. 
Comerford, Lewis E. Durfee, Company H ; Privates William Burrs, 
Horace F. Wheaton, Company L; Private Harry M. Piper, Com- 
pany M. 

Eighth Regiment Infantry. — Privates William G. Beal, Andrew 
J. Eaton, John J. Keileher, Company A ; Private Richard Mur- 
phy, Company K ; Private William G. Evans, Company L. 

Ninth Regiment Infantry. — Privates Thomas L. Gavin, Michael 
M. Sullivan, Company A ; Privates James E. Connelly, Fergus 
O'Neill, Company B ; Privates Joseph S. Cahill, Frank G. Murray, 
Company C ; Private John J. McTigue, Company E ; Privates 
Michael J. Barden, Michael Beirne, Thomas McCarthy, James J. 
Powers, John Woodburn, Company F ; Privates Michael Donahue, 
George Birch, Timothy P. Heffernan, Francis D. Ward, Company 
G ; Private Ralph H. Harding, Company H ; Privates Phillip F. 
McGinn, Company I; Privates, Fred G. Bryant, Charles M. Hun- 
ter, Company L. 

Naval Brigade. — Seaman John F. Vander Burgh, Company F. 

Second Corps Cadets. — Musician Willis I. McRae, Privates 
George C. Bray, Fred Page. 

First Battalion Light Artillery. — Privates John R. Mcllveen, 
Edward A. Thayer, Company B ; Privates George Crompton, Harry 
J. Newell, Timothy St. Peter, Company C. 

First Battalion Cavalry. — Private Edgar H. Sprague, Company 
A ; Private John J. McDonnell, Company D. 

II. The following-named enlisted men of the Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia are hereby discharged for the best interests of 
the service and the re-enlistment clause erased from their discharge 
certificate : — 

First Regiment Infantry. — Private Ernest K. Shaw, Com- 
pany L. 

Fifth Regiment Infantry. — Private William S. Milbery, Com- 
pany E. 

Ninth Regiment Infantry. — Private John E. H. Monaghan, 
Company B. 

HI. Upon the recommendation of the company commander, 
approved by the regimental commander, the following-named en- 
listed man of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia is hereby dis- 
honorably discharged : — 

Sixth Regiment Infantry. — Private George H. Cutter, Com- 
pany F. 

IV. It is ordered that men not regularly enlisted and mustered 



268 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

into service, in accordance with law and orders, shall not be per- 
mitted to serve in the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia on any 
ordered tour of State duty. 

V. The muster-in of men in anticipation of the discharge of 
others, or in excess of the number allowed by law, will not be 
permitted, and no musters of men (except those re-enlisting) will 
be allowed within the thirty days immediately preceding the an- 
nual encampments, and drills, of the State militia. 

VI. All in excess of the legal number of men will be stiicken 
from the returns for pay when an excess in the number authorized 
appears thereon. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Sept. 10, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 19. 

I. The following designated commands of the Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia will perform the duty of annual drills required 
by law, on the days and dates and at the places herein named : — 

Second Regiment of Infantry, Col. E. P. Clark, at South Deer- 
field, October 7. 

Fifth Regiment of Infantry, Col. W. A. Bancroft, at Plymouth, 
October 8. 

Sixth Regiment of Infantry, Col. Henry Parsons, at Concord, 
October 6. 

Eighth Regiment of Infantry, Col. W. A. Pew, Jr., at New- 
bury port and vicinity, October 17. 

Ninth Regiment of Infantry, Col. F. B. Bogan, at Boston, 
October 5. 

Battery B, Light Artillery, Capt. Joseph Bruso, Jr., at Worces- 
ter, September 30. 

Signal Corps, Lieut. W. N. Tolman, First Brigade, at Concord, 
September 21. 

Signal Corps, Lieut. H. W. Sprague, Second Brigade (time and 
place to be designated in subsequent orders).* 

Ambulance Corps, Capt. Myles Standish, at Salem, October 11. J 

II. Commanding officers will assemble their commands at 10 
o'clock a.m., on the dates and at the places named in Par. I., and 
are charged with the necessary details. Full, fatigue or campaign 

* October 7, Nantasket, S. O. 109. 
f October 14, Boston, S. 0. 121. 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 2G9 

dress optional. Paymasters will state in muster pay rolls the route 
and distance travelled. 

III. The day will be devoted to drill and military work. 

IV. The inspecting officers assigned to duty at camps, under 
G. O. No. 9, c. s ., with the respective commands, will be in at- 
tendance to observe and report upon the duty performed. 

V. The surgeon general will designate a medical officer to 
report on the Ambulance Corps. 

VI. Reports by the inspectors on these tours of duty will be 
promptly made. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Sept. 24, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 20. 

I. In accordance with the provisions of section 16, chapter 
367 of the Acts of 1893, Mr. Luke R. Landy, superintendent 
State arsenal, is hereby detailed to examine the military property 
of the Commonwealth issued to the militia, in order to fully de- 
termine its amount and condition, and the necessity of the service 
in the way of clothing and equipment. 

II. Mr. Landy is authorized to fix the date on which he will 
inspect the clothing and other property in the possession of any 
command, and, on the date named by him, any officer notified of 
such inspection will have in armory all the property for which he 
is responsible, or which may have come into his hands by requisi- 
tion or otherwise, and will fully account for any and all property 
belonging to the Commonwealth or to the United States. 

III. Mr. Landy will report to this office from time to time the 
results of his inspections. 

IV. The same facilities will be accorded to Mr. Landy as 
would be given a commissioned officer from the inspector general's 
department under like detail. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



270 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant Genekal's Office, Boston, Dec. 10, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 21. 

The following awards covering the rifle competitions for the 
year 1896, under General Orders Nos. 2 and 17, c. s., are pub- 
lished for the information of the militia : — 

Regimental Competition. 

I. Company teams of ten, ten shots each at 200 yards (possi- 
ble score, 500). 

First Regiment Infantry, October 7 ; the regimental trophy was 
won by Company B of Cambridge, with a score of 411. 

Second Regiment Infantry, September 5 ; the regimental trophy 
was won by Company M of Adams, with a score of 415. 

Fifth Regiment Infantry, September 28 ; the regimental trophy 
was won by Company F of Waltham, with a score of 412. 

Sixth Regiment Infantry, September 30 ; the regimental trophy 
was won by Company A of Wakefield, with a score of 389. 

Eighth Regiment Infantry, October 3 ; the regimental trophy 
was won by Company B of Amesbury, with a score of 403. 

Ninth Regiment Infantry, October 24 ; the regimental trophy 
was won by Company L of Natick, with a score of 367. 

First Corps Cadets, July 14 ; the corps trophy was won by 
Company D of Boston, with a score of 388. 

Second Corps Cadets, September 22 ; the corps trophy was won 
by Company C of Salem, with a score of 387. 

Naval Brigade, September 26 ; the trophy was won by Company 
H of Springfield, with a score of 391. 

Cavalry Competition. 

II. Troop teams of ten, fifteen shots at 200 yards (possible 
score, 750). 

Competition September 7 ; the trophy was won by Troop F, with 
a score of 586. 

The State General Competition. 

III. For teams of fifteen, firing ten shots at 200 and 500 yards ; 
took place September 7, at Walnut Hill, and was won by the team 
of the Sixth Regiment Infantry, with a score of 1273. 

Individual trophies (medals) were won as follows : — 

1st prize, Lieut. H. S. Crossman, Company H, Naval Brigade, score, . . .92 
2d prize, Coxswain J. B. Richards, Company F, Naval Brigade, score, . . 92 
3d prize, Priv. George Durward, Company A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, score, . 91 
4th prize, Priv. George H. Nason, Company G, Fifth Regiment Infantry, score, 91 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 271 

5th prize, Q. M. G. T. Adams, Company H, Naval Brigade, score, . . .89 

6th prize, Sergt. J. J. Monahan, Troop F, Cavalry, score, . 89 

7th prize, Lieut. C. E. Hamilton, Company F, Fifth Regiment Infantry, score, . 88 

8th prize, Priv. W. T. Abbott, Company I, Eighth Regiment Infantry, score, . 88 

9th prize, Lieut. D. J. Moynihan, Company I, Second Regiment Infantry, score, 88 

10th prize, Corp. R. H. Booth, Company M, First Regiment Infantry, score, . 88 

11th prize, Sergt. O. D. Hapgood, Company E, Second Regiment Infantry, score, 88 

12th prize, Corp. G. Faber, Company I, Sixth Regiment Infantry, score, . . 87 

13th prize, Lieut. Thos. McCarthy, Company G, Fifth Regiment Infantry, score, 87 

14th prize, Priv. C. E. Gellette, Company E, First Regiment Infantry, score, . 87 

15th prize, Priv. George W. Reid, Company A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, score, 87 

The State Team. 

IV. The fifteen competitors making the highest aggregate 
scores are as follows : — 

Lieut. H. S. Crossman, Company H, Naval Brigade, score, 92 

Coxswain J. B. Richards, Company F, Naval Brigade, score, . . . .92 
Corp. W. W. Cooke, Company I, Fifth Regiment Iniantry, score, . . .91 
Priv. George Durward, Company A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, score, . . .91 
Priv. George H. Nason, Company G, Fifth Regiment Infantry, score, . . 91 
Corp. Roger Howard, Company A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, score, . . .90 

Q. M. G. T. Adams, Company H, Naval Brigade, score, 89 

Lieut. Thos. D. Barroll, Inspector Rifle Practice, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 

score, 89 

C apt. I has. P. Nutter, Company C, First Regiment Infantry, score, . . .89 

Sergt. J. J. Monahan, Troop F, Cavalry, score, 89 

Priv. P. A. Mansfield, Company H, Sixth Regiment Infantry, score, . . .89 
Lieut. J L. Gibbs, Company E, First Regiment Infantry, score, . . . .89 
Priv. VV. B. Jackson, Company F, Fifth Regiment Infantry, score, . . .89 
Lieut. C. E. Hamilton, Company F, Fifth Regiment Infantry, score, . . .88 
Lieut. Robert Ball Edes, Inspector Rifle Practice, Filth Regiment Infantry, 

score, 88 

V. The Sixth Regiment Infantry, by virtue of its team making 
the best score in the State general competition, is entitled to carry 
the tri-color on its colors for the year 1897. 

VI. Troop F, Cavalry, by virtue of its team making the best 
score in the cavalry competition, is entitled to carry the yellow 
ribbons on its guidon for the year 1897. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 
Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Dec. 18, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 22. 

I. Henry A. Thomas of Weymouth is hereby appointed aide- 
de-camp on the staff of the Commander-in-Chief, with the rank of 
colonel, from Dec. 15, 1896. 



272 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

II. The above-named officer, having been duly commissioned 
and qualified, will be obeyed and respected accordingly. 

III. Capt. Horace M. Parsons, Company M, Eighth Regiment 
Infantry, Second Brigade, M. V. M., commissioned Oct. 12, 1891, 
having applied for retirement on account of physical disability, 
under section 4, chapter 465 of the Acts of the year 1895, is, upon 
the report of the Board of Medical Officers specially convened un- 
der said act, hereby placed upon the retired list, to date Dec. 4, 
1896. 

IV. The new signal code (Meyer) prescribed in General Or- 
ders No. 32, War Department, A. G. O., dated Aug. 1, 1896, for 
the use of the army, is hereby adopted for the militia of the 
Commonwealth. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 
Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office Boston, Dec. 28, 1896. 

General Orders, No. 23. 

I. The following-named enlisted men of the Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia, having absented themselves from annual drill 
of their commands for the current year, without leave or proper 
excuse, are hereby discharged, for the best interests of the service, 
for neglect of duty : — 

Second Regiment Infantry. — Private F. Charles Markert, Com- 
pany D ; Private George F. Wagner, Company F ; Private Arthur 
H. Streeter, Company M. 

Fifth Regiment Infantry. — Privates Charles F. Dencklan, James 
T. Stevenson, Company A ; Privates Melvin D. Ferguson, Edward 
Keif, John Keif, Timothy H. Reardon, George A. Southwick, Ed- 
ward M. Thompson, Company B ; Private William P. Staples, Com- 
pany C ; Privates Sebbie F. Baumgartner, George F. Lamb, Oscar 
W. Keniston, Howard L. Rushton, Harry F. Swift, Company D ; 
Privates George W. Beard, Robert J. Cole, Andrew J. Coyle, An- 
drew S. McClutchy, John F. Mulcahey, George W. Thompson, 
Company H ; Privates John J. Clark, Oscar A. Johnson, Fred A. 
Saunders, Arthur R. White, Company K ; Corporal Thomas F. 
Lynch, Company M. 

Sixth Regiment Infantry. — Privates David A. Bushee, Hartley 
Midgley, Fingo Molander, Company C ; Privates Joseph S. 
Makenzie, Daniel McKenzie, Dennis F. Mahoney, Company F ; 
Private Newell E. Brown, Bugler Prescott A. Buzzell, Company 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 273 

G ; Privates Herbert L. King, George A. Hanson, J. Frank 
Julian, Company H; Privates Elzear Belanger, Thomas Cuddihy, 
Joseph LaPrade, Charles H. Moore, Company K. 

Eighth Regiment Infantry . — Privates William R. Burns, Her- 
bert F. Copp, Willard H. Lattimee, Company A ; Private Thomas 
E. Dacey, Company C ; Privates John H. Casey, William Foley, 
Henry W. Lee, Herman E. Miller, Thomas J. Melia, James A. 
Smith, Company E ; Privates Bertram S. Griffin, Albert F. Huse, 
David W. Hanscom, Charles E. Mead, Harry W. Worcester, Com- 
pany F ; Private Homer L. Wass, Company G ; Privates Mortimer 
Couhig, Robert P. Knights, Company I ; Privates John J. 
Doherty, Joseph J. Ford, Dominick McAree, Matthew M. Newell, 
Lawrence J. O'Leary, James F. Ray, Company L ; Privates Wil- 
liam Canfield, Robert B. Collupy, Fred T. Grant, Melbourne F. 
Jones, Raddie B. Taylor, Company M. 

Ninth Regiment Infantry. — Privates William C. Honneus, Cor- 
nelius J. Lyons, Company B ; Private Daniel H. J. McCarthy, 
Company E ; Privates William J. Welch, Sidney P. Coose, Wal- 
ter Ambler, Waldo A. Hunter, Company L ; Privates Michael 
Connor, Thomas Duberger, Joseph C. Hall, Thomas McHale, 
Company M. 

First Battalion Light Artillery. — Privates Patrick J. O'Connor, 
Edward A. Parker, Harry T. Sears, Company B. 

II. The following-named enlisted man of the Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia is hereby discharged, for the best interests of 
the service, and the re-enlistment clause erased from his discharge 
certificate : — 

Ninth Regiment Infantry. — Private William J. Coughlin, Com- 
pany B. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 
Adjutant General. 



APPENDIX. 



276 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



OS 

QC 

to 
<£> 

Co 
<•» 

to 






^5 
<5u 
i- 

to 

<3J 

to 

*&> 

cj 



1 

<— 


. 




















c 

01 






















o3 




















Tl 




















c 

OS 


o 

E 
o 










o 










E 
c3 

S 




















-e 


o 










o 










s 




















23 


•— 










o 






B 

'5 




o 




















£ 


o 


_ : 


_; 


_: 


— 


o 








o 


B 


B 


E 


— 


E 


a 




— 


pj 


— 
- 


— 
- 

*S1 




o 


o 


© 






























s 
c 

o 


c 
o 


c 
o 

"o 


o 
o 




o 

0? 

2 


O 
'a? 


B. 
S3 


o 

•o? 

2 


o 


c3 
d9 


at) 

ct" 


o9 

a. 


cc 

+2 

Bh 

S3 


s3 

B. 

S3 


S3 

-4-» 


o 
"s? 

2 


cc 
S3 


- 
o3 


- 


a 


O 


o 


U 


D 


J 


^ 


D 


h) 


O 


O 


U 


o 


CJ 


o 


O 


O 


- 

E 


■* 


iC 


co 


t* 


i~ 


1- 


>rt 


i.~ 


to 


o 


■* 




•* 


T*< 


■t" 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


t*« 


h 


o 


C5 


OB 


cb 


OB 


Oi 


CTi 


Ci 


OJ 


Ci 


OB 


OB 


Ci 


a> 


Ci 


o> 


OB 


o> 


Oi 


os 


« 


co 


00 


CO 


OO 


oc 


00 


00 


00 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


00 


oo 


00 


oo 


00 


CO 


00 


CO 


■— 


oo 


lO 


BO 


I— I 


CO 


60 


o 




c; 


C5 


I— 1 




CM 




CN 


•>* 


Tf 


fN 


a 


t^ 


C 




t— 1 










CM 


CN 


CM 


t— 1 






CN 


.—* 


i—i 










11 


© 

- 


e 

03 

-5 


a 

a 
= 


*2 
cu 
O 


- 

2 


© 

c 

•-9 


s 


aa 
2 


c3 
cu 


>> 

03 

2 


^2 
cu 

'- 


ej 

cu 

p 


— 

— 
o 
CO 


E 

S3 

•-9 


cu 
cu 

P 


cj 
o 

p 


o 
P 


E 

S3 

•-9 


CD 

E 
E 

•-9 


> 

o 


CJ 

Ph 
















T3 






























• 


• 


CO 


• 


• 


• 


o 


• 


• 


• 


• 


• 


• 


• 


• 


• 


* 




• 


• 


s 






fi 








eg 






















— 






CD 






03 


„ 






o 


** 






Si 










CD 




c^ 






"33 
cu 

S3. 


E 
aa 

CO 


cu 
cj 

PQ 


— 
u 
o 


£ 

OB 

IE 


a 


a 
>> 


O 

= 
o 

CO 


"3 

53 


o 

— 

co 

' O 

PQ 


B* 
O 

— 

CO 

O 

S3 


cu 

> 


Si 

o 

•— 

CO 

o 


CD~ 
O 

"5 
w 


a 

^CJ 

s3 
CO 


5 

s- 
s3 

o 


"> 

Si 
CJ 

5 
CO 


>1 

Si 

CU 

> 

CJ 

PQ 


CJ 

PQ 

CD 


E 

P. 

- 


e" 
o 

•4-2 

CO 

O 

PQ 


from. 






















CD 




















T3 




















•4^> 


-z 




** 


B 


4^ 












O 




















- 


- 




E 


cu 


B 














^ 


• 


• 


• 




• 


• 


• 


• 


o 


tr 


• 


o 


E 


CD 


• 




• 


• 


m 




oS 








CO 










e' 






E 






CO 






00 


- 

C 

o 
« 

5 


la 

cj 

~ 

CD 

o 

E 

o 


e 
cj 

g 

'5; 

© 


e 
o 

5 

"5b 


-4-T 
R 

© 

6 
"Q 


O 

c3 
CJ 

T. 


■i-T 

B 
o 

E 
"tc 

cu 


■fcj" 

s 

B 

"3d 


s 
■& 

o 


S 
a 

s 

be 
o 


tc 
o 

1-1 
-1-2 

CO 


- 

"oi 

S3 


>> 

"si 
> 
s3 
O 


o 

CN 


cu 

— 

00 


'tr. 
o 

— 


+2 

cu 
H 

CJ 


cu 

S3 
O 

CO 

B. 
Si 


-i-T 
E 
CU 

g 
'to 

CJ 


£ 

CJ 


CJ 

•a 

S3 
O 
co 
Ph 
Si 
O 




fcc 

B 


rt 


© 


BS 


CJ 


tf 






O 


^ 


t 


P 


- 


&H 


X 


O 
O 


Ph 








^ 




— 


si 


— 





O 


O 


o 


o 


o 


X3 

-4-2 


T3 


4J 

CO 


— 


*2 

CO 




CO 


oc 


CN 


«3 


!M 


00 


CN 


CO 


l-H 


u 


o 


O 


o 


U 


O 


00 


CN 


l-H 


00 


1-1 
























to 

E 
















2 


2 




c5 

la 

CJ 


. 










. 


. 


. 


. 


T3 

E 


. 


. 


. 


. 


. 


. 


. 


Ph 


a 


e 


E 
O 

O 




© 


© 


t> 


o 










oS 

B 
















t5 


•c 




c 


c 


B 


E 
























E 


B 






o 


o 


O 


o 








, 


B 
















o3 


OS 












































.2 




o 


o 


c 


o 






_B 




O 


















-4-2 




^T 


u 


O 


O 


U 






— 


O 


r 


r- 


n 





E 


B 


g 


B 


3 




-b 


a 


































c> 


CD 




S3 


e 
o 

"o 


« 


4^ 


*j 


— 


o 


o 


B-i 


si 


*j 


c3 


a 

-4-2 


S3 


s3 

■*-> 


•4-2 


* 


c3 


J 


►Q 




o 


© 


o 


CD 


2 


1^ 


^ 


2* 


o 


B. 
c3 


B. 
03 


h9 


P. 

S3 


B. 
S3 


Ph 

03 


5" 


-1-2 


4-3 




w 


O 


hJ 


-; 


•-; 


t-1 


o 


o 


i-4. 


o 


o 


O 


o 


CJ 


o 


o 


l-H 


^i 
















CO 


































<« 








cu 




























- 














CU 












n 


. 




CO 








Sh 


- 


o 
to 

-3 

'^ 

CO 

03 
S 

o 


cu 

ec 

"B 

o 

CO 

« 
S3 


•- 
2 

_© 

© 


-4-T 

CO 

p 

c 

c= 
Ph 


— 


o 

0] 

m 

H 

B 
o 


S-c 

pq 

Q 

CO 

— 


T3 

Si 

c3 

2 

S-l 

O 

CO 

S 


eu" 
be 
03 
> 
S3 
CO 

t-9 

o 

B 


CO 

B 

— 
-< 

•— 


cu" 
o 

Si 

s 

B 

2 

B 
O 


E 
O 
co 

CD 

CU 

s3 

Si 


E 
> 

o 

•- 
PQ 

CO 

tl 


"3. 

S3 
CO 

*2 

s 


"3 
to 

'O 

CO 

— 
S3 


B 
O 

CO 

s 

a-, 
2 

o 
o 
S3 

S-c 


Sh 

o 

"5 

PQ 

CO 
CU 

si 


Si 

P-. 

Si 

S 


— ' 

QU 

E 

Si 

S3 

6 

E 


CD 

B3 
CU 

CJ 

2 

ci 

CO 

B^ 

S3 




b: 


o 


Ph 


6 


o 




Dh 


^ 


2 


CU 

— t 


(J 


O 


o 


5 




B3 

o 


«< 


O 

•-9 


o 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 



277 



m 
W 

M 

Hi 

< 

< 



■ 
























^ 
























- 
























e3 


























T5 


TS 


TJ 


t3 


T3 


T3 


T3 


^3 


n 


-d 






09 





09 


cu 


09 


09 


09 


09 


09 


02 






a 


c 


B 


a 


d 


C 


C 


C 


d 


B 




• 


60 


t/j 


fcD 


tc 


tc 


to 


U 


fcc 


to 


to 




'd 
























o 


CD 


aa 


aci 


co 


co 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 




09 


09 


<U 


<U 


09 


CU 


09 


09 


<U 


09 




P 


« 


ti 


tf 


« 


« 


rt 


« 


tf 


P5 


M 




co 


co 


CO 


CO 


co 


co 


CO 


CO 


CO 


co 


CO 




o» 


as 


OS 


OS 


as 


OS 


OS 


os 


os 


OS 


CS 




CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


co 


CO 


co 


CO 


co 


CO 


o i.- 


io 


»o 


>o 


CO 






t^ 


5h 






o 


08 o 


«-H 




1—1 




»— i 






CM 


CM 


CN 


CO 


G .2 


















rt 






Q 


OS 

3 


3 


5 

O 


d 

03 


o3 

a 


03 


d 


09 


<1 


p 

c3 

-> 


£> 
^ 




•O 


;# 


•»* 


■* 


os 


as 


T*< 


CO 


r^. 


CO 


»o 




OS 


OS 


OS 


as 


CO 


CO 


OS 


OS 


CO 


OS 


OS 


R 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


co 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


O 03 


co 


t* 


"* 


■* 


o 


CO 


CO 


eo 


OS 


_T 


CO 




CM 










f-N 




C» 


CM 


CM 


CM 


Q a 


_ 








^_, 














o 


in 


d 

o3 


3 

03 

H» 


P 
a3 


"in 




03 
»-9 


>> 

03 


u 

03 


d 


09 

d 

3 


p 

03 
Ha 




<4-T 


«-T 


l*r 


*H 


















CD 


S 


09 


.2 










































3 


3 


M 


3 
















a 

o 


o 


o 


O 


o 

i 




CO 






co" 








_c 


£2 . 


3 


d 




•4^ 

09 


09 


09 


09 






~. 


■ 


"7* 


"V 


• 


< _J- 


~Z 


^3 


n 


T3 


«J" 


- 


3 


In 


>- 


A 


•— 


d 


03 


c3 


03 


03 


c 


c 

09 

a 


c* 


-3 


09 




cu 


O 


tc 


bfi 


O 


09 

e 


60 


p 


a 


a 


C 


s 


CO 


PQ 


s 

03 


CO 


o 


o3 
S 


o3 

I- 


03 

a 
a 


S3 

B 

a 


09 


O 

o 


p. 

!- 

O 

O 


"So 

09 

03 


'5b 

09 

P4 




o 
o 


o 
o 


o 
o 


o 
O 


T3 

CN 


T3 


03 


03 


CM 


-4-> 
CO 

t— 1 


T3 
CM 




ta~ 


to** 


to" 


6d 


bd 


cd" 


to" 


to" 


to" 






6 


03 


5 


03 


03 


03 


■ 


03 


C3 


03 






o 


«a 




♦j 


■t-» 


«a 


49 




4J 










CO 


co 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


<J 


Pm 


B 






















s-T 

C9 

P 


s 








j" 


„ 












TJ 










-4_> 


t4 












Sh 


■9 








s 


09 












03 


„ 


^ 


■a 


o 


00 




^ 


^ 




^ 


o 


V 


a 
o 


o> 


a 
o 


S 


09 
C9 


d 


d 
o 


p 
o 


g 


P 

O 


S3 




+J 


^. 


*j 


►» 


Uh 


^S 


+a 


+-« 


i 


«a 


«a 




00 




00 


09 


O 


co 


CO 


CO 


3 




O 

PQ 


o 

h3 


O 

PQ 


► 


£ 


"ol 


O 

oq 


o 
pq 


"ol 

CO 


O 

cq 


O 
CO 








. 


. 






^ e 


























^ 


to 




















53 


<u 


2» 






















'3 










*"*» • 


"o - 


■"■■» • 










C3 . 








« 


CO 


«u 








CS ' 


G " 










L. 


8 


8 










k 


cu 








6 


o 


o 










cb 


to 








g 


•»»» 


►o 








o 




s 








cu • 
C5 


£" 


5 • 


* 


■io # 




J 




CU . 
•«o 

Hj 






a* 
< 


.5> 


CU 


•»0 

e • 

!^ 
cu 
S 
cu 


• 


s 

<JS 




to 


1 • 


to 
to . 


CO 




Q 


s —'cd 

5 o 

Cu 

s ° 


S 

o 
<u 

a, 

co^ 

^ is 

to '-< 
<o V 

e^ 

to 5h 
03 03 

SPh 

CO 


e • 

^09 

•w fcfj 
S 03 

to 
to . 

co <C 

CO 


'3 

> 
o 

CO 

c 

I 


CO 

■«o CD 
^03 


m CO 

s^ 

C5sO 

CO 

d 

*5 


Si 

coo 

8 C 


~ CO 

cu <r> 
«• ^1 

CU "^ 

S 2 


cu 

to 

is 

Cj . 


§ 

to 

a, 

"09 

b: 
O 


co" 

09 

pq 

wt 

Hi 




%£ 


^£> 


^ '§ 


03 


d 


oa 


•2 c 


5^.5 


a,® 

co 1 " 


P 


09 






5-( 
09 

Ph 


£ 


a> 


.a 
o 
Ha 


09 

PQ 


5 ?3 
co in 




*i 


.a 
o 
i-a 





278 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



13 

o 

a 
•i—i 

a 
o 
O 






CO 





















1 

a 




a 


i 

a 


1 

a 
























03 




03 


03 
X 


03 


o 


o 




















eo 




CO 


CO 


CD 






■ 


















00 
00 




GO 

CO 


co 

00 


09 


© 


© 




















03 




o3 


03 


03 






a 

<D 


















~ 




a 


& 


a 


t? 


T3 


TJ 


T3 


TJ 


tJ 


T3 


73 


T3 


T3 


O r^ 


•a 


° 3 


R c 


2 c 


bn 


bC . 


PS 


CD 


o 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


■^ c 


© 


1 


■" c 


^^ 


b"-" 




C 

bp 
'53 


a 

'cO 


s 
to 
"S3 


s 
bp 

'So 


bp 

"cO 


d 
bp 
'So 


a 

bp 

co 


a 

^bp 
"So 




£3 
t bC 
'co 


T3 -5 
co e3 

rr 3 


"O "^ 
CO o3 
.— 3 


CO 03 

=3 3 


03 

2^ 


03 




0? 


<D 


eo 


CO 


a> 


CO 


CO 


CO 


o3'^ 


CO 


03"- 


03"" 


03"" 




Ph 


Ph 


rt 


Ph 


Ph 


« 


« 


tf 


Em 


rt 


'- 


fe 


Pm 


P 


P 




co 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 




OS 


CS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


os 


OS 




CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


00 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


*— EC 
































<u 2 


i-H 


<M 


•* 


CO 


!>. 


o 


t^ 


>o 


^^ 


os 


b» 


CM 


t^ 


t^ 


t^ 




i— l 


f* 


CM 


CM 


i— I 


eo 


1—1 


I— 1 


CM 




CM 


CM 


CM 






O .2 






— 










M 
















a 


o 
eo 

P 


>> 
03 

3 


— 


CJ 
CO 

p 


fa 

03 
S 


t-i 
03 

s 


a, 

CO 
GQ 


— 

< 


03 

a 


>> 

03 

a 


> 

o 
55 


3 
c3 


JO 

eo 


3 
o3 


3 
o3 
Ha 




-* 


CO 


o 


o 


■* 


eo 


T»< 


■>*• 


CO 


b- 


CO 


CO 


CO 


o 


eo 




o» 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


00 


OS 


OS 


OS 


os 


OS 




00 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


QO 


CO 


00 


00 


CO 


00 


CO 


CO 


CO 


O so 

<u .2 


CO 


1—1 


kO 


OS 


r^. 


CM 


»o 


t^ 


■* 


00 


OS 


1^. 


CO 


o 


t— 


« a 




l-H 


CM 


CM 


CM 


CM 


1— ' 


1-^ 


1— i 


1-H 


CM 


1—1 




eo 




a a 












^ - 




















o 
O 


s8 


> 
o 


jo 

CO 


o 

CO 


o 


o- 


a 

o3 


CO 


>> 

e3 


> 
o 


c3 


3 


JO 

eo 


3 

3 
•-s 


> 
o 




S 


55 


fe 


p 


O 


<1 


p 


a 


fc 


o 


"-S 


b 


fc 


c 
o 
SI 

a 




-t- 


4-3 




— 


— 


4i 


43 


■k- 


-l-> 


+2 


+z 




— 


+3 


H 


*j 


s 


e 


s 


c 


13 


c 


c 


c 


c 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


03 


s 


CD 


CO 


CO 


CO 


o> 


CO 


CO 


co 


eo 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CD 


CD 


eg 


a 


a 


B 


s 


g 


s 


a 


a 


a 


a 


a 


a 


a 


a 
































o 




t; 


tn 


bo 


bn 


bfl 


bf! 


be 


b0 


bn 


bf) 


U) 


bU 


bn 


bo 


to 


CO 


CO 


o 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


Q 


CO 


CD 


<D 


(D 


CO 


CO 




eo 

Ph 


Ph 


Ph 


Ph 


Pn 


« 


ai 


tf 


ti 


tf 


CC| 


tf 


tf 


tt 


Ph 




X) 


JO 


— 


J3 


X3 


A 


X3 


^3 


-= 


.3 


- 


ja 


ja 


JS 




'C 


— 


*— 


+j 


— 


-— » 


I— 




-u 


*i 


*s 


— 


4-> 


— 


•u 




CM 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


WO 


UO 


O 


M5 


CO 


00 


CO 


CO 


00 


d 
































O 


tf 


O 


w 


X 


t— t 


a 


o 


o 


© 


1— 1 


S3 


b 


P4 


© 


1— 1 








a 
































03 


























• 






Jd 














A 












«. 


• 


bO 


• 


• 


• 


• 


• 


• 


bD 


• 


# 


• 




• 


c 


T3 




s 


•* 












3 




ai 


^ 


Sh 




2 
"3 


s 

C3 


„ 


a 


fcj 

03 

jo 

CO 

3 

o 

GQ 


T3 


T3 


C3 


63 

!-l 




O 
O 


fc^ 


3 


2 


CD 
00 






QCJ 

# 3 

"£ 

Oh 

GQ 


"3 
o 


6 

GQ 


o 

CO 

s 
o 
o 


3 


o 


3 
X5 
O 


3 
O 


JO 
^00 

■»— 
<< 


CD 

> 
CD 


CD 

03 

X 


CO 

> 

03 


o 

3 
O 

© 


3~ 

3 

.J 




H3 
































<D 






























bd 


T3 






























fc 
































•4 


o 






























« 


a 






























Q 


U * 






























W 


l 






•. 
























a 

ft 


1 

OS * 

S 


CO 

u 

3 


a 

a 

CO 

"3 


CO 
CO 
■•-> 
CO 
CO 
Nj 

GQ 


CO 

■4-i 

H 


CO 

c 
5 


*-T 


eo 




ce" 
o 


3 
O 

CO 
CO 

G 


co 

— 

00 

JO 
CD 


CO 
CJ 

e3 


'S 


00 

.5 

*00 

3 
O 

o 




Sh 

Qh 


► 


a 

O 
O 

3 
S3 
-w 
GQ 


£ 


O 
CO 


► 


o 
o 


© 


Ph 


^ 


a 


o 


Ph 




fa 

O 

Eo 

o 


P 

•-. 
s 

JO 


PL. 
CJ 

"C 

CO 

CO 

In 


w 

i — • 
CO 

S3 

a 

03 
GQ 


W 

CO 
CO 

o3 
u 
O 

W 


GQ 

— 
CO 


C 

03 

£ 


CD 
CO 
c3 
G 
O 

W 


a 

_o3 


Cu 
CO 
00 

o 


Cm 

t3 

E 

s 


O 

a 


Ph 

T3 

s- 
o3 
JO 
o 

s 


55 

CO 

bo 
fa 

o 

CD 
© 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



279 



a 


fl 


























£ 


£ 




£ 


in 


o3 
























• 


03 


03 




os 


v 


K 
























o 


M 


X 




M 


o 


co 


























00 


00 




00 


go 


CO 
























o 


CD 

CD 


CD 
00 




CD 

ca 




ei 


























03 


03 




03 


Ph 


a 
























TJ 


Ph 


a. 




Ph 





b ° 


CTJ 


13 


tJ 


TJ 


TJ 


Tj 


TJ 


TJ 


TJ 


TJ 


TJ 


to . 


o e 


•2 £^ 


o a 




o *■" 


O co 


CO 


CO 


OO 


CO 


CO 


00 


CO 


00 


CO 


CO 


**** 


** c 


*^ c 


CO 


"^ o 


t3 


£ TJ 

03 O 

b:b 


S F 2 

C us 


c 
to 
'5? 


fl 

"3 


e 

■n 


60 

'co 


c 
to 

CO 


B 

.3-° 

*co 


B 

to 

'co 


c 
.to 

'in 


"co 


c 
to 

*co 


03 
co Z 


TJ *-C 

co c3 

S c 


oo o3 
~ c 


CO 


TJ*5 
00 03 




" C3 


— tu 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


co 


oo 


CO 


oo 


CO 


CO 


03 — 


03 •" 


CD 


03'" 


E&I 


Ph 


£ 


PH 


Ph 


K 


Ph 


Ph 


Ph 


Ph 


Ph 


Ph 


Ph 


P 


pE4 


P>H 


p- 


Ph 


60 


CO 


CO 


CO 


co 


CO 


CO 


CO 


eo 


co 


co 


CO 


CO 


CD 


CO 


CO 


CO 


co 


OB 


OS 


OS 


05 


os 


os 


OS 


os 


OS 


os 


os 


OS 


os 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


00 


co 


oo 


00 


CO 


CO 


00 


CO 


OO 


CO 


00 


CO 


CO 


CO 


00 


CO 


CO 


CO 


-r 


OS 


CM 


CO 


t— 


tM 


iC 


o 


co 


•<*» 


iQ 


OS 


CN 


t^ 


CM 




l-H 


l-H 


c-i 


(M 


l-H 






CM 


** 


CM 


1—1 




I— ( 


l-H 


'■"' 




CM 


CN 




CN 


a 


O 


,0 

O 
Ph 


O 


"co 


c 

03 

Ha 


a 

a 
I-s 


> 

o 

55 


> 

55 


X3 
00 

ElH 


'C 

Ph 


JO 
CO 

Ph 


CO 
00 

P 


3 

i-s 


03 


>1 

03 


CO 
CO 

p 


88 

2 


EC 


CO 


CM 


•^« 


m 


?o 


CO 


1— 1 


CM 


co 


1- 


o 


■**» 


co 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


35 


os 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


os 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 


os 


OS 


os 


OS 


-O 


30 


00 


CO 


30 


CO 


CO 


co 


CO 


co 


CO 


CO 


00 


CO 


CO 


CO 


00 


CO 


CO 


OS 


CO 


»o 


m 


CO 


l-H 


CO 


l-H 


l-H 


«-. 


OS 


CO 


o 


t-~ 


Tt< 


CN 


■* 


M 


f-H 


1— 1 


l-H 


'" ' 


CM 


CM 






l-H 


CM 


CM 


l-H 


1—1 


l-H 






l-H 





O 

O 


00 


03 


03 


3 
2 


CO 

c 


B 

p. 

< 


*c3 

Ph 


> 
o 

55 


— 

03 


CO 

oo 

p 


p. 

CO 

co 


*H 

CU 

<1 


6 

ca 
i-s 


>-> 

03 

2 


a 

a 

»-3 


u 

< 








oo 


eo~ 


00 




























*-> 




TJ 


TJ 


'B 








■w 


— 


+■> 


*J 






*J 


*- 




a 


a 


pj 


03 




— 


*-> 


a 


c 


a 


c 


a 


a 


a 


a 


a 


a 


CD 


co 


CD 


.Ef 


to 

"Eh 


.fcfi 


CO 

£ 

ec 

CO 




00 


00 


00 


CO 


00 


CD 


00 


CO 


CD 


£ 


£ 


e 




£ 


E 


e 


a 


e 


£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


tr 


tn 


-i. 


CQ 


CQ 


pq 


'Sj 


to 


tn 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


o 


co 


CO 










CO 


CO 


CO 


00 


00 


9 


00 


CO 


00 


« 


pel 


« 


C3 
S3 


03 
> 
03 


e3 

► 
os 


TJ 


(4 


Ph 


Ph 


Ph 


Ph 


Ph 


Ph 


Ph 


Ph 


Ph 


a 


J3 


■B 


«w 


tj 


,a 


— 


.a 


J 


A 


£3 


A 


^3 


-a 




■*— • 




* 


fc 


55 


00 


•4-" 


— 


*J 


-t-> 




4-2 




HW* 


4d 


:c 


00 


OS 


l-H 


CM 


CN 


CO 


CO 


CO 


W3 


CO 


CO 


00 


CO 


CO 



_r m m <T d p" - <T p" d o" p* W S w fe <d o m 






a 

afl 

p 



o 
pq 



« 



a 

Q 
«S 

•^) 

3 

pq 



to 

TJ 

'C 

£ 

03 
O 



c 
o 

ca 
O 

PQ 



o 

o 
W 



00 

EC 

a 

a. 

CQ 



00 

o 



g 1 £ 

3 os 

B -g 

° 5 

*j o 

P4 CO 



a 

CO 

TJ 

a 

w 



- 3 s 



> 

CO 

pq 



03 

PC 



o o 



a 
>-. 

P 



o 
P 

pq 



oo 

to 



03 
O 

O 



Ph 



c 
P 



5-1 .2 



a < j 



?* 



5 



e.t: 
^'3 



03 

to 

TJ 
W 



TJ 


O 


P 

o 

P3 


co 
H 

o3 
Ph 


w 


P5 


TJ 


■y 


00 


B 
c3 



«< P=H 



03 

Ph 

CD 

B 

£ 

B 
CO 



Ph 

Sh 

as 
to 
TJ 
W 



03 

K 
d 
£ 

03 



OB 

o 

5 



pq "C 



P O 



to 

B 
1 

£ 

B 
O 



Ph 



to 

o 
O 



.2 ►, 



* 



X 



B 
.B 
O 


Ph 

TJ 
CD 

t-i 

Ph 


Fh 
03 

w 


Ph 

CO 
CD 
O 

i-s 


— 
03 

TJ 



O 

(-1 


oo 

S 




03 

CO 

l-H 


(A 


CO 


CO 




c3 


2 


P 


pq 


2 


<i 


< 


CD 


CD 


£ 


00 


CO 


o3 








fH 


S-t 




oi 


03 


^ 


£3 


iB 


r> 


o 


o 


> 



280 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 






o 
a 
o 



e 

s 

























2 








■ 

a 










6 























03 










. 














6 








00 

























>> 








CO 

co 


tm 






















-O 








03 


a 

B 








73 














-a 








ft 


>d 


r3 


73 


fcb . 




73 


nj 


rd 




T3 





-d 


-3 


-d 


2 « 


M 


O) 


6 


<D 






00 


00 


00 




00 


h 


CO 


00 





*" 




P 


^ 


^ 


S* - 




^ 


c 


c 




d 


03 


fl 


p 


p 


^'5 

co e3 




bC 


tt 


5b 


"3 c 




tf. 


bO 


fco 




fee 


^z 


to 


bO 


_bp 


















^ 















00 


co 


GO 


co 2 




co 


03 


CO 


qj 


3d 




CO 


CO 


CO 






CD 


V 


CO 







00 


00 




CO 




CO 


as 


CO 


c3 "^ 




tf 


tf 


pel 


5 




q£ 


r^* 




5 


tf 


p 


tf 


tf 


tf 


Ph 




co 


CO 


CO 


CO 




O 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


cc 


co 


co 


CO 




CS 


CS 


OS 


cjs 




OS 


os 


OS 


cs 


OS 


os 


os 


OS 


OS 


OS 





00 


oo 


CO 


CO 




GO 


CO 


oo 


CO 


00 


CO 


00 


00 


CO 


CO 


a> 
































a) 2 


<M 


-* 





0. 




CO 


»o 


CO 


CS 


CO 


r— ( 


CD 





eo 


Ol 


08 "o 


CM 


l-H 


CO 








CN 


'—' 








1—" 


1—1 




CM 


C £ 






_ 








_ 
















^^ 


Q 


CO 

O 


s 
s 


— 
ft 

< 






> 




(H 

«< 


■1-i 
CO 

CO 


Ha 


> 




e3 

2 


CO 

p 
Ha 


— 

0. 

00 

cc 


R 

03 


ft 
< 




CO 








co 




"* 


10 


•0 




»o 


10 


CO 


CO 


eo 


CO 


a 

<~ .2 


OS 


OS 


OS 


OS 




cs 


CS 


OS 


OS 


Oi 


OS 


OS 


CS 


OS 


os 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 




CO 


CO 


CO 


00 


CO 


CO 


00 


00 


00 


CO 


& 
































» 


to 


CO 





r— 







• ^ 


CO 


CO 


00 


CO 





,_ 


CO 


t^ 


« S 


r— 1 




CO 






CN 


I— 1 


CN 








I— 1 






CM 


c s 







































d 
p 
Ha 


>> 

c3 


CO 

p 

P 

Ha 


> 






> 
O 


c 
03 
Ha 


>> 

c3 


.0 

00 


03 


03 


*p 

•-a 


42 

00 

P4 


>> 

03 


e3 


4 


























— 








• 


• 


. 


• 




. 


. 


• 


• 


• 


. 


. 


rzi 


. 


• 


^ 


























4^> 

in 















_ 




CO 


00 


00 










<J 






<s 












T3 


T3 


r3 






-1— 


-t- 




-*j" 


4^ 


M 


d 




p 


p 




<S 


c3 


c3 


c 


c 

s 

5b 


p 


p 


p 


p 


G 


"5 


CD 




00 


00 




PP 


_bc 


CO 


"00 


00 


CD 


_o 


00 


CD 


as 
be 

E 
O 


g 
'Sb 

CD 




s 

"Sb 

CO 


£ 

'5b 






'in 

PQ 


'Sb 

eo 


s 

'5c 

00 


'5b 

00 


— 
eg 


a 

"Sb 




£ 

'5b 





tf 




— 


tf 


CS 




*o3 

> 




"08 

> 


tf 


4> 

tf 


tf 


tf 


pq 


tf 


tf 




43 


03 


43 


43 




e3 


03 


03 


•tJ 


T3 


A 


43 


-1-9 


43 


43 




-w 


- 


— 


■•a 




Z 


fc 


a 


CO 


— 


■^» 


CO 


— 


+a 




CO 


CO 


00 




l-H 


CM 


CO 


CO 


l-H 


10 


CO 


6 
O 


i-T 


««r 


0* 


t-T 




<j" 


O" 


cT 





i4 


w 


a 


n 


pC 


0" 


as 































73 


e 


2 

03 


d 

•J 


d 

Q 

>> 


00 

♦J 

CD 
00 



d 


3 


d 
p 

(-3 




T3 

1- 
O 

V-l 

T3 
00 

3 


cT 


CO 


PQ 


p 


CO 




p 


-t-i 

CO 


P3 


2 

CC 

p 

00 
00 




B 

03 

43 
CO 

p 


4-3 

CO 


7 


•— 

1 


u 

00 

*J 
CO 
00 



S-c 




B 

o3 

43 

«a 


03 

O 
43 
00 

03 




r3 
































00 
































T3 . 


• 






V 
























s 








t3 
































e 

































&. 








00 
















d 

• 
O 


• 


• 







• 


• 


• 


8 • 

a 

8 


• 


• 






• 




tf 


1 . 
















no 














Q 


09 




J 




3 

5 






f 


s 














«*J 


1 




»-a 












H 




p 




43" 






-3 




00 

c3 


00 




■*o 

Q 


□0 

'o 

"co 




co" 
00 

03 


- 

Cj 00 

S, bo 


13 




c3 

e 



00 


43" 





> 


(SO 

d 


bo 


fc 


3 "2 

p 

H 

p4 


Ph 
e3 


03 




00" 


s 

s 

to 

■•a 


£ 

^ 


O 
O 


m 
w 


13 


< 


p 

43 




"5 


43 


"p 

p 

00 




Ph 


*4 





<: 




p 


• 


pj 


c 


tf 

CO 


a3 



a 


PQ 


w 






•d 

E 

c3 

43 
O 

5 


B 


O 

43 



d 
H 




t3 
03 


O 

CO 

00 

e 

03 


I 

OS 

'p 

00 

PQ 


CU 
CO 

CO 



•-9 


00 
CO 
CO 

p 

tf 

Ha 




73 

p 


s 


CQ 

4s: 
c 
S3 

Ph 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7 



281 



e. a 


O 


a 












S 










03 




03 








• 




03 










*- X 


O 


X 








O 




X 










03 -_> 


CI 












CO 










P.C CO 


X5 


BB 
co 
03 








o 




co 

CO 

03 










■« ft 

3 c o 


>d 


ft 








T3 




ft 










• © 

P 6C . 


O 


PT3 


T3 


© 

to 




2 6-6 


T3 


T3 


13 


'O 


o ;- o 


C »- — 1 




n 


© 


© 


*-. 




*^ O © 


© 


© 


© 


© 


ci-r C 


o 


09 


d 
be 


To 


09 
.P 


d 


■a -a c 


P 
be 


to 


a 

to 


5b 


~ ^ "73 


P co£5 


:„ 


a 


CO 


CO 


z; 


:_J — ■/. 


co 


OB 


CO 


CO 


« <» S3 


ed 




a 


© 




(-•" © 


© 


© 


© 


© 


fa fa 


P 


fa 




fa 


tf 


P 




fa £ 


rt 


tf 


« 


rt 



0505Ci05C3iOiOiOC50505 OS OS 

30OCO00OCX)O0COQOgO00O0 ao co 

O" N N «cf ^h" o" t>T IQ t)T f-h «o" o" O 

CM CM CM CO CM CM tM (MCO 



fa 
© 
fa 



C 
09 



S P 



ft 



a 



JZ CI 

S fa 



<1 s 






OS 

00 



en 

V0 

X 



fa fa 



09 

2 



ft o 



fa 



o 



09 



SO 



to »ra 
as a> 

c© oo 



P 

03 03 



p p c 



S S 2 



•F -F -~ -F -F c -F -p 



© 



be 
© 

pel 



to to fcr. •- 



fa" tf « 



A A 



— — 



(50 
© 

CM 



bO 






C3 

o 



ft "S3, Ti 



tf tf 



O 

O 

CM 



rt « 



C4 






© 


© 


T5 


T3 


03 


act 


to 


bC 






B 


— 


PQ 


« 






03 


0! 


> 


> 


a 


03 


fc 


£ 



fa fa" O O W fa" t-T fa" P P fa" 



<J o" 

















































M 


























© 






• 


• 






• 




• 


• 


• 


• 


P 


• 


• 






u 


Sh 




>d 




^ 






T3 










© 


© 








© 






Sh 










*j 






© 




© 




© 


03 


to 

p 

o3 
© 




© 

> 
© 


-3 

© 
> 
03 


© 
© 
P 

o 

5 


8 
o 


a" 


— 
to 
p 

ft 

CO 


P 

P 

*1 


p 

© 
> 

03 


"© 

o 


o 

>% 


o 

CO 

© 


P 
_o 

co 
O 

PQ 










• 














CO 


























.» 


























CO 
























„ 


s 


p 


„ 


• 


• 


• 


• 




P 


• 


• 


• 


tH 


K) • 


o 


ft 












O 












+-> 


o 

M 

-a 
— 

o 

55 


| 


CO 

© 

O 

25 


no 

q 
© 




to 

p 

© 


13 

to 

O 

W 


of 

© 


C 
03 

PQ 


^3 

© 

03 


P 

o 
O 

fa 


© 
p 
H 

P 


rP 

to 

p 
o 

H 


fa' 


fa 


O 


«s 


d 


03 


fa 


CQ 


J 


fa 


p 


H 


02 


>> 


© 


© 


fa 


CO 

© 


a 


© 


fa 
P 


CO 

© 


03 

a 


p 

03 


fa 
P 


© 
P 


P 


O 


03 


J 


p 


^3 


c3 


^3 


p 


o 


P 


^3 






© 


5h 


o 






J 


o 




^H 


© 


o 




III 


O 


fa 


"-S 


fa 


•-S 


o 


l-S 


fa 


H 


« 


Ha 


o 



282 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Summary of Casualties. 



=3 a 







as 




<v 


ej 










o 




o 


rt 


a 




c 


i- 




3 




O 


B 


C) 






02 





Captains, 

Lieutenants Commanding, 

First Lieutenants, 

Lieutenants Junior Grade, 

Second Lieutenants, . 

Ensigns, 

Staff Officers, 



11 
3 

14 
3 
9 
2 



50 



12 



18 
3 

19 
3 

17 
2 
9 



71 



Commissions Vacant Dec. 31, 1896. 





a 
'at 


5 

E 
o 

"3 
a 

J? 




'3 

as 




c r*> 

11 

i-3 S 


■0 

■a c 
c 2 
o s 

■ § 
3 


o 

Eh 


First Regiment Infantry, .... 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, .... 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, .... 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


2 


Eighth Regiment Infantry, . 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


First Corps Cadets, 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Second Corps Cadets, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


4 


First Battalion Artillery 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Naval Brigade, 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


2 




2 


1 


3 


1 


6 


13 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 



283 



Discharges and Loss of Enlisted Men other than by Expiration 

of Term of Service. 



ORGANIZATION. 


Company. 


By Order. 


Promotion. 


Died. 


Ambulance Corps, 


- 


16 


- 


- 


First Brigade, N. C. S , . 


- 


1 


- 


- 


First Brigade, Signal Corps, . 


- 


7 


- 


- 




8 


- 


- 


Second Brigade, N. C. S., 


- 


- 


1 


- 


Second Brigade, Signal Corps, 


— 


4 


- 


- 




4 


1 


- 


First Regiment Infantry, Head- 
quarters, 


A, 


14 
37 


2 


2 




B, 


20 


- 


- 




c, 


33 


- 


- 




D, 


23 


- 


- 




E, 


14 


1 


- 




F, 


18 


- 


- 




G, 


34 


1 


- 




H, 


27 


- 


- 




I, 


6 


- 


- 




K, 


30 


- 


- 




L, 


42 


- 


- 




M, 


8 


- 


- 




306 


4 


2 


Second Regiment Infantry, Head- 
quarters, 


A, 


5 
10 


- 


1 




B, 


17 


1 


— 




c, 


9 


- 


- 




D, 


27 


2 


- 




E, 


21 


- 


1 




F, 


25 


1 


2 




G, 


26 


1 


- 




H, 


9 


— 


- 




I, 


16 


— 


— 




K, 


22 


2 


- 




L, 


3 


1 


1 




M, 


17 


- 


-. 




207 


8 


4 



284 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Discharges and Loss of Enlisted Men, etc. — Continued. 



ORGANIZATION. 


Company. 


By Order. 


Promotion. 


Died. 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, Head- 










quarters, 


- 


6 


- 


- 




A, 


11 


— 


1 




B, 


19 


- 


- 




c, 


7 


— 


— 




D, 


31 


— 


— 




E, 


8 


— 


— 




F, 


9 


1 


— 




G, 


13 


— 


— 




H, 


15 


— 


1 




I, 


6 


1 


— 




K, 


19 


— 


— 




L, 


18 


— 


— 


f 


M, 


2 


- 


- 




164 


2 


2 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, Head- 










quarters, 


- 


- 


- 


- 




A, 


24 


— 


— 




B, 


8 


— 


_ 




c, 


19 


2 


• — 




D, 


17 


1 


— 




E, 


8 


— 


— 




F, 


16 


_ 


— 




G, 


9 


— 


— 




H, 


13 


o 


1 




I, 


6 


1 


— 




K, 


17 


1 


1 




L, 


11 


— 


_ 




M, 


18 


- 


1 




166 


7 


3 


Eighth Regiment Infantry, Head- 










quarters, . . . ' . 


- 


2 


- 


- 




A, 


35 


— 


— 




B, 


18 


— 


— 




c, 


11 


3 


1 




D, 


15 


— 


— 




E, 


24 


3 


— 




F, 


31 


4 


— 




G, 


31 


4 


1 




H, 


22 


— 


- 




I, 


26 


4 


- 




K, 


13 


— 


— 




L, 


22 


- 


— 




M, 


16 


1 


- 




266 


19 


2 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



285 



Discharges and Loss of Enlisted Men> etc. — Concluded. 



ORGANIZATION. 


Company. 


By Order. 


Promotion. 


Died. 


Ninth Regiment Infantry, Head- 










quarters, ..... 


- 


11 


- 


- 




A, 


12 


- 


2 




B, 


16 


- 


- 




c, 


28 


— 


- 




D, 


16 


— 


— 




E, 


9 


— 


- 




F, 


7 


- 


- 




G, 


8 


- 


- 




H, 


9 


— 


— 




I, 


16 


1 


— 




K, 


10 


- 


- 




L, 


8 


- 


- 




M, 


15 


- 


- 




165 


1 


2 


Naval Brigade Headquarters, 


_ 


15 


_ 


_ 




A, 


18 


- 


- 




B, 


13 


— 


— 




c, 


18 


— 


- 




1), 


11 


- 


— 




E, 


15 


- 


— 




F, 


8 


— 


— 




G, 


11 


- 


— 




H, 


15 


- 


- 




124 


- 


- 


First Corps Cadets, 


- 


7 


1 


2 


Second Corps Cadets, . 


- 


14 


- 


- 


First Battalion Artillery, Head- 










quarters, 


- 


1 


- 


- 


Battery, 


B, 


20 


1 


1 




c, 


25 


- 


— 




45 


1 


1 


Battery A, Light Artillery, . 


- 


13 


1 


1 


First Battalion Cavalry, Head- 










quarters, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


First Battalion Cavalry (Troop), . 


A, 


14 


- 


- 


First Battalion Cavalry (Troop), . 


D, 


20 


- 


- 




34 


- 


- 


Troop F, Cavalry, .... 


- 


7 


- 


- 



286 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 





Summary. 








ORGANIZATION. 


By Order. 


Promotion. 


Died. 


Ambulance Corps, . 




16 


- 


- 


First Brigade, 








8 


- 


- 


Second Brigade, 








4 


1 


- 


First Regiment Infantry, 








306 


4 


2 


Second Regiment Infantry, 








207 


8 


4 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, 








164 


2 


2 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, 








166 


7 


3 


Eighth Regiment Infantry, 








266 


19 


2 


Ninth Regiment Infantry, 








165 


1 


2 


Naval Brigade, 








124 


- 


- 


First Corps Cadets, 








7 


1 


2 


Second Corps Cadets, . 








14 


- 




First Battalion Light Artillery, 






45 


1 


1 


Battery A, Light Artillery, . , 






13 


1 


1 


First Battalion Cavalry, 






34 


- 




Troop F, Cavalry, .... 


> • 


7 


- 


- 










1,546 


45 


19 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



287 



CO 

o 

S3 



8 -: 



CO 

H 



-3 



P 

d 



a 



►> 




*• 1 




OS - 












:3_ s 




Sg.2 




meg 






is 




H 






1 

to 




c 




W 


s 

K 

o 

H 


O . 




^ 5 




4-1 CO 












o 




„ 




«a 




O 


V- 


O 


o 




■a 


00 


R 


1— I 


m 




00 


- 


V 00 


> 


2 <S 




GO*2 


cc 


S'C 




JC a) 


p 


o-S 




S& 


«a -^ 




D.CO 


8 


cuoo 


~> 


Q^ 


OS 


CO 


CO 


o^ 1 




O 


■ 


• 


_w 




> 


• 


h 




V 




00 




+J 




s 




i 




3 




o* 




V 




00 




£} 




3 . 




so » 




c 




o 








V 00 




CJ X 








<u 9 


• 


00 o 




a>0 




5^3 


• 


2§ 




a 








>» 




fa 








a 




H 


. 






9 




3 








bo 








S 




o 






• 




i •» 




?-. o> 


Q 


co CM] 


E 


t3 -2 


* 00 


St o> 


•<< CD 
MS 

oo" ? 




So 


^ *. 


HO 




8 iHo 


< M 


1 IS 





5 

CO 

CO 
« 

O 

w 
> 
o 




.3 

o 
q 



3 

3 

a 

£ 
o 

p 



p 
o 



* 



X 



288 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 






to 



x d o 3 . ;g 



525 



o 



o 



C 

£ 

5c 



es 
O 



bo 
13 



I 



re 
a> 

a 

. — 

o 






o 
o 



E 



c 
o 
bo 

to 



X 



6N 


BQ 


^~ 


CO 




00 


M 


1 — 1 








o 


8 


a 

a 


> 


00 




1 — 1 


g 


« 




BD 






*-• 


— 



5 £ 
oo_c 

r on 

d s 

JS • so 



ros to 

~ «c <x> 



T3 

P 

o 

S 

— 



= 


CJ 

to 

ad 



■9 
— 



■5 **-S „ cj 



"E Ova 



CO 



. o 




o 


o"3 


d 


fa 
e3 . 


S| 




— — 


03 — ' 


oo ci 


so 


OS 
T3C 


. 1— « 


03 •— ' 


°o . 


25 


d p 

- o9 


e . 

a d 

- 09 


^ 


.••-» 


• -s 



c5 t» 

s « 



e3 t- 






eg o 



•*" -3 w *"• r 

CODOQ ~ ~ C 

53 2 -3 00=1 
. _^ ^A 

^^ — .i« c ■*■* 

<-.•-»-: s to 

l-i 33 o 

T" -1 rr , T*i ., -<-> 
*- * co "So be 
d *i Ooo ^ oo 
'- .-j 

^ -^ a 

2 s^ 00 5 
^ \B o .- • 

d ~ "3 fc s» 8* 

^3 O f— i CJ l- 9 P« 



CN 



> 




l-H 

bfi 



> 

=3 


*^ 


d 


.•i 


• -© 


NC 


N0O 


JC r— 


^-1 








<D 


|H 


a 


03 


d 


s 


N 


o 




C^l 








a. 




O 


-3-3 




- 




ti 


■* 


bn 


r^ 




rr 


Si "Zt 


< — 1 


O OS 




m so 


03 


d >-i 


- 






""* c3 


i-a 


. o 


■m 


tiQ 










■ 


^> r 


9 

— 


be 

_: -3 



eS S d 
O e3 o 



so q, oo 

COqX 
.»« - 

« r® 
^ — S 
« «C 

& la 



.* OS pi, . 

S^ooao 

-CO "^ 

OS o 

O'-S'a-, 

— o <*>* 

S i— i .^i—i 

^ ■*— • 1^ on 

bcoo <u 



« 

*s 
■S 

as O 
ay 
ea 

Q ■- 
a o 
<a 
a •< 



to 



U2 







•2 beefs 
S • C oo 

•^ o -w ^ 

&» . P . 



s 

5 



w a 

. 03 



d « 

bc« 

d 



; — 






« . 

©OS 

c-oo 

03— ' 



CD 

go 






d 
t-a 

P 



X 



pq 



is 






ti* 










Phcs 

CO 

B 



«-^ o £J 
SJO fc*so 

~5 w. S3 '^ 
•^ = D » 

■S oo P 

»9 O f3 



d 
o 

oo 
O 

- 

bC 

C 

^•os 

.00 



»- a 



s 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 7. 



289 















* _; 












1 


































.Sw) 













































«* 












J3 

CJ 






00 








































0J 

H 






1— 1 
T3 








































Cm 






Ih 




























CO ^ 










00 O 






03 
> 
H 
03 




























pq 












d 
1— 1 






a 




























































^ 














„ 












t-i 






c 














CO 










no 

a 




T3 

O 












« 







■a 














oJ 


a 
Hi 

GO 








08 

.d 

+-> 

M 

o 




«4-H 

cu 








in 
O 
CJ 

c 






CJ 

5 
* 

oJ 
Ph 






a 



^ — 












» 


Ph 
© . 

• 


• 




















• 










eo5 

3^ 














CO 

s 


• 






























■H- ccT 

p. CO 
_30 














CM 

CO 
OO 

1— < 


• 












































tc . 


• 




















• 










r 2 

'c ^ 














3 JO 
*S 30 


• 




















• 










• 99 














W 3 












































^•-s 


• 




















• 










£m 

co- 
^r 30 


>. 












Oj ^ 
































-*J -* JO 












-S ° 
















































• 




















• 










p-i 

















rta 








• a .» 




r^ 










m 








. 
















c a 








Ci o 




>• « 


3t 


re 




> 


JS 






























1-- 30 




X 35 






t) 






























OO 30 




'£ » 


3C 


X 




"£ 


u 
























>-a . 


05 






I— 1— ( 




p. a< 


fH 


1 — 1 




z. — 


^ 






# 
















CM • 


30 






•* «• 




. ~ 








■ B 


S 


— ■ 






















CM C 


** 






QO EC 




OC 30 
i— i 30 


> 


i 




C35 
1^ 


GO 




























3 
<-< 


30 


•-S 








% 






• 
















*- X 


l-s 






S2S 

o r 


-O 


5 £ 

£43 


— 
> 


r~4 
.0 




^3 

33 


c?T 

X 


5 

-*< 








OS 
















OC co 
GC * 








00 • 

i— i 


o 

til 


<#« 


Z 


— 


35 


s 











00 

1— 1 
















— 83 


;-i 








O eo 


— 


O 


30 


t^ 


>> 


*^ 






^ 
















M -* r— 






30 
CM 


4-> 

30 s 


5 


35 

X 


O 


O 

43 


33 


cm" 

C5 






ca 
















W 30 30 






T35 












X 






2 

CM 
















5! 3C 30 

<H ^H — • 






4) 30 

hi 


co 

g 


30 ^ 




CO 

30 

1— 1 


CM 


1—1 
0J~ 

a 




















r - 

— OJ 


93 

"-J 

c© 






00 gsj 


1-8 **H 

00 r 


j. 


CO 


CM 


CJ 

:- 
o3 





3 

CO 








a 


















cm 95 








£s 


oJ 


2 . 00 

<U c3 ._ 


d 


OJ 


*— 
«< 
t^ 


co .5 


co" 

OJ 






OJ 

s 
















o3 es 

- o 

« ... 


u 

ej 

a 






5- tiT^ 

.5 -cm 


'a . 
ee e3 

„ 

™ _; 


— 

3C 

X 


ec 


4 


CM - to 

-•a Sr 

"« s 


T3 
1 

CO 






















tJCO 


c 






— T2 


oB 


O • 


- 





s) 


M 


O so 


CJ 






~ 
















OS - 1 


8 






CM 


o 


*i^ 


i-a 


X 


— 


jfl 


CJ ^-H 


•*a 






+-> 
















CQ 












as 








*j 




co 






CO 






















CM 




1— ( 








>o 




■"" l 






(—1 
















■ 




*«■» 








, 












^ 






1 






1 








. 


OQ 

1 




53 

8 

«u 

CD 




o 

C C5 




a 

c 









T3 

IH 

O 


a 

O 









iT 


CO 
h 

r3 

Oco 


53 

<u 


a 


5 
O 


Tj< 


53 


~k 


M 

co 

03 


(fa 




> 


£? 


O 30 

CO •""' 




co 


pq 










CO 





,35 
_. GO 


C5 

<u 





0. 


CJ5 

30 


C5 





X 30 


fc t 20 

.5 . 

o *^ 

SH 




8o 

53 
« 

«o 

CO 


5 


S-c ■* 

-0. c 
• an 

.id e3 

o9 <j 




CD 

to 

.5 

co 

03 . 

EC -* 

Hi 05 

c - 

OJ -^ 

W 








o3 as 
= o3 


"ei 

Ph 00 

t-H 
J3J ^ 

3 3 

^3 03 
&^ 


■a 


« 

a 


pq 
u 


23 CM 

C >> 

i) c3 

SI 

— 

c *-> 

Ph 


O 
1 


— 

- 


B 

90 

O 

as 
ec 


a 

o3 
•-s 

aT 
,0 


53 

ec 

_=c 

1 

a 


pq 

Jj4 

5 


2^ 

03 . 

61 

« c 

1 



290 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S EEPORT. 



[Jan, 



73 
<X> 

73 

3 

"o 

a 
o 
O 






o 

5- 

o 





Received Military 
or Medical In- 
struction. 






c 
o 

H 


Philadelphia, Pa. 
Guildhall, Vt. 




o 
•a 
a 

as 

<n . 
o> 00 

*; <u 

••a 

a> 
u 

> 

M 

w 

GO 


Commissary, United Train Artil- 
lery, R. L, 1 year. 

3d N. H. V. M., I, 3 years, . 




Original Entry into the Service. Subsequent Service 
and Commissions. 


• • 




M O 

< CO 

MS 

05 3 

CD O 

WO 

M 

ft to- 
ft 3 


Aides-de- Camp 

(rank Colonel). 

Peter H. Corr, Taunton, Jan. 
4, 1894. 

William M. Bunting, Bos- 
ton, Jan. 4, 1894. 

Everett C. Benton, Waverly, 
Jan. 4, 1894. 






GO 

Ph 
Ph* 
O 
O 

w 
o 

w 
< 



MS S-i 



•On *h 
k <X> o3 
o- 1 ^ 

PQ 



CO 

CO 



!* 

fc 

^ 



> 
'5 



. 












r 


A 


pq 


co 

CO 

S3 


o 

CO 


fe 


s 


aT 


pT 


OS 


5 


o 


s3 


> 


+j 


P. 


^j 


O 

CQ 


03 


o 
03 
CO 



- 




o3 


Oi 






s 


00 
<— 1 


T3 




CO 


^ 


tx 




CM 


►> 
















3 


fee 




bO 


*-* 


si 




C 


OS 


W 




pq 




4-9 

co 

r- > 


CO 
CT> 


<*0> 


a> 




30 


-co 


c3 

o 


P. 


i— 1 


a- 


O 

O 


03 


OX5 


OB 

Ph 




.fe 


O 


fii 


OS 


■2^ 


O 


S 


rH 


£(M 


+3 


< 




<l 


f— 1 








„ 


$3 




P 


^5 


o 




O 


04 


CD 




lO 


i*. 


O 




gap 
e 

S CD 


es 


.CQ 
5J 




K CD 








» o 


a.- 


OS 

co 


st Lieu 

A Ru 

1894. 


rcrf Lie 
Bell,L 


CO 

CD 


CM 


o3 _q 


rtE. 
1894 


CD 
> 


P. 
< 


£3 a> 


CD - 

^O 



tf 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7, 



291 



c 3Ts 
P "•=> 

r"3 

P 5 



tD ~ C Cy CO 

So ^ 

♦a .-O >> 
■P x co to 

•2 o S 2 -2 



P 
O 

O 



o 

o 

p 
2 
ja 
to 
'G 



o 



•-P 
to 
p 
'G 



.22 

— 

O 



t-H 

T3*-5 



•— i +J o 




co t[o 




oo ^x 




I— 1 :_ 1— t 


. 






d)J^ 




t= 2g >h 




p ^ ft 




*» .-<j 


• 


^So . 




, -00 co 




p^i —i r<o 




X 00 








«i? . 




Ob *G 




>"-s +i a, 


• 


.9co£^ 




A « .CO 




o -od r 


• 


go • ■ 




■5-c P-3 




co 




•""■ 


* 


1(l 


m m 


CO 


£3 >i 


r>- 


U 73 


oo 

t— ( 


3 3 


- 


S CO 






M 


CO • 


Ph 


„ fc* 


< 






03 ** 


oo 


P^H 


<M 



-co „ 

■M J] 3 



<N. 



• - g t— 

<N s; JO 

co — — ' 
oo ^ .. 

<M *j 

oo §"55 



# 00 <_5 

bfi - ... 

5^2 



r * 

oj O 

s- > 

o « 
t-- a> 

oo fco 

^-33 

a .« 

»-» OS 

^ oo 

1-H 

*S 3H 

^ ^ *^ 

*a r o 

!>4 



IS 



i— t to 



C6 to 

•*o 

tCM 

p • 
co to 

tc 

04 



»» 



22 b oo 

■^ P-00 

rjv. — ' si 



«<- _ a. 

PTJ 03 

•hjN u 



<y oc oo 

*- cc oo 



"a 12 —oo 

j;M Oh 

"^ tC— i P 

P< t^-M 

•-*- • p 
— *>£! E 

co . t7 
^oo - => 
O^ 1 oo 
!7 k* •"— ' 

*-* > co „ 

h-T^ 00 to 

iO -<J 

P. . ^z 35 
C.2 < m 

° — • "-! 

„ - COX? 

S oo tcoo 

H BH 



SbS»5 



f f oo — 3 

i c 2,2 2 
p- b»«o to 

J; " OO oo 

.5 -co 
.2 r 33 •* 

^^ * 00 

. „ <u r~ f-H 

<n r^ - 

£ % -a ^2 
2 SOS'S 

QO 



1—! "00 

g>.AS £> tb 



P 



w 



e s P 
j; © cs 



"S in"* 

H CU O 

|-s« 

"^^^ . — 1 
^ . p 

s,OJ O • 

5 'SO* 
•2 "P += 

4? 3 rt ^ 



IT'S W> 

o 5 .5 

^1 ^ 

■^ £ ^ OS 

c = »- 00 
.« 5 C3 — I 

CM 

p 






CD 
© 



CO 

O 

W d 

-C3S 

CO 00 

^3r 3TP*a* 

£•* OQ ^ 

s EG « 



to 

CO 



3 -H 



CO 



O^s* 



<^ "5 



p" -> 

_ CU ^ H 
= TJCM 



<4> I 

e 



CO *P 



a 
pq 



. ©5^ 
v.-= s 2 

«• ~ 3T - 

• ft ^'-T 

c - ^ z: 

'SO £- 

■g 



bq 



03 - 

:p p 

■p p 



292 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 




O 

O 






C5 

Ct5 
































l-H 
















>. 


























« 
















*c 


























w 
















= — c 










































eivcd M 
Medica 
structio 


























O o 

5 o 
















S o 


























^CQ 
















K 


























o 










































^ 










































— 

> 














o 


g 


























i* 








2 






•a 


o 
pq 






o 

> 






fl 














P4 








*3 






83 
CO 

§ 

C 

o 




^ 


o 





















o 








p 












d 

c3 






x 
























CO 
OJ 

u 












w 






pq 














w 








CD 






tA 








• 




















• 








• 








<M 








































CO 


o 






. 




















• 








. 






CC 


•a 








































•O • 


S 








































CM CO 
CD 










































-co 


<" ?. 






• 




















• 








• 






«3- 


— 01 










































55 








































r>^ 


CC <-" 








































-" "C 








• 




















. 








• 






tea 

OQ -S 


6s 








































-OS 








• 




















. 








. 






. 3B 










































>9 


> 








































• ^ 


l-c 






» 




















• 








• 






^^ 


cc 






. 




















. 














CO 

^s =o 

*J 1— t 

CO 








.., 






^ 






. 








.~ ^ 


. 


. 




.* * 


iCt 




. .^ 








OS 

00 






> 

" 


> 


re 


tr 








r^ be 


tec 




00 * 

l-H - 


^H 




i§ 






CO 








_ 


3b 










00 09 




wa 




•_T 




*P OO 


















^H 




IQ 






I— 1 _ 




*S 








— • 


a 
DQ 






<M 

O 






CC — i 
0C OS 




> 



'_ 

z. 


00 










7<i 

— T 
33 




^00 

bo r 


"tso 

c 

CO 




r^- •*-■ -v-i 




o 
a 
c 

O) 

to 










oo oo 
I— 1 — 

r ^j 
tc - 
□ ° 

O CM 
CN 

o ♦* 

.00 

o °o 

0C» 

oo '—' 

•" D. 
tea 
SCO 


o 

CO 

o 




4d 


T<1 






£5 

of > 


re 


s 

p 

1 




— • — 
- c 


OS 

co 
oo 




m*1 ci 

|«« 
>> r •- 

c3 *f os 
p. co 

. T3 OO 
*- ^ »-h 


S . 

C 

,_o 
m m 
CJ r. 

si 

CjCJ 






0O 

00 

1— 1 

<o~ 

a 

s 

>-s 

r— 1 

I— 1 






t— i 


~ r 2 

10 CO 

ros 

— ^^ 






cc t; 

CO ^ 

I— 1 *' 

■— ( 09 
'E ^ - 
P. — 

oo2 

. 1 


CO 

:c 

— 
o 
-Jl 

re 

-a 


a 

o 
o 

■= 

S3 

X 

Of 

03 


cs 

co 

i— i 

a 

Ha 

re 

V2 

O 
M 

C 
OS 


CO « 

CO ■— < 

ti x ' 

c c 

< . 


p. 

CO 

tc 

m 




s 






+■» 

a> 
or . 






< 

EC 

O-l 

P 


o 

— 


■0 


d 


■s? 

5 






Is 


63 ... 
•-os 

<© 30 
0C 30 

OO ^-( 


e3 c oia . 

s- . . — i 

** *» OS 

r^j CC =i» 




». oo 

c -^ 
.c • •-- , 


"3 

B 






CO OQ 

o_ 






be 

o 


aa 


if. 

X 


■d 






r*3 
tr o 


1-3 




CO i— 1 
00 03 






o 












T3 


O 


X 


a 






*~ 09 




O XI 


^ 


5S 




,C O co 








« 3 

aa 






— 


N 


W ^H 


id 






-4-i 


r— 1 


1-1 


r-( 


6 a 




— cn •-' 
•p 








F— I 






i^ 














o 








o 






CN 








p 




















p 








^3 • 






I 

t>0 






o 

BO 

O 






2 














o 

"S5 

O 








P OS 

O oo 






c 

• _H OS 


\& o 

2 co 
co O 

go 

a fa 
c - 

<m 


05 

o 





pq 

JS 

P 00 

(M 

- CO 


e 

CO 

© 

ft, 


'a 

r. 
— 


p 

q 



pq 

B 


K3 

39 

— I 






I 1 - 

■ — 

J 1 - = 


oq 

s-T 
— * 

00 

<1 

CO 

a . 
fcco 








09 ^ 

.-p 

»- ^ 




ft, 

J" . 

!&- 
«■» 


00 
-1—1 
oo 

'-ocn" 

o . 

°§ 
*>* 

P °3 

P CO 

c s 








a 






^ 














o 








o 




^ 


H 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 7, 



293 



- to 

.- ° 

fc- — 
tC o 

oo — 

OB !-" 

83 3 



o 

-a 

o 



► — 
Si 



O - 
ttfiO 



* 2 - 
i— i ^^ . 

rj to 

-u ^- co 

« or '" 

cc S3 
c i=: oo 

" CM +■» 

s_ OS 
"COO 

•a •-< — • 



a 
o 

8 5 ci ft 






6^ o .. 



£ 55 4 



2 " 



S o 

? 8 



« 
H 

Eh 

H 

M 

DO 

« 
H 



*2 






Si 



_oo 

I* ^ 



£?m 



00 O 
00 . 



03 0O 

« tc 

- 3 



en S3 

t£cT 

poo 

- oo 





pq 



CD 



* . 

. ©oo 
^ Jm 
« jjco 
s ^^ 

Ph « 

Sa 
o o 



o 

+5 fcO 

co O 





a> 


o 








to 


«_i 






. 


;g 


r3 

09 






a 


t- 


pq 




c 


o 


.O 


c 


o 


GO 


a 


> 


a 


to 


o 


03 


o 


>> 


o 


pg 


o 


fc 


J 


pq 



Q.— > 00 


o8 


CO r^/', *" 


*S 


w2S"C 


eo 


~ 



OS "> 
CM CO 

.3C 



>.r^ 



cm St 1 ■» 



- - ■- >r oo 



— r ~ *3 ZZ 



bC 



.2? J"^ 
fcr.co — •--» 



a «5z; 



r- qj3°*0 






— — 
,» H ao 

' CO *- " 

O ^Z ^ — 






U --—t-; ^:-c — '~ ~ 



<oo 






S 



; "m 



O an 

O — 

. .. 73 . ' 0O 

_!. I— C ►-.^-l 

^ .^ -r 

2-oS-g 

-tr _ *-< 

— OO CO cj 

"C -• « «3 

c - ,*^ 

oo - 

e * 3 /^i *i • 

O _: * 

"S CO *J Ci 

— oc o=o 
^=i ■ — ' »-• •— • 



00 ao 






.^00 

t3 * 



^ CM ~ 

ao --je 

^ ^ SO 



- 3! "~ 

03 tc £- 0s 



50 -"»H • 

VI !> r ft 



h x 



o 



OC ft — 00 ?ft> 

o?c§ 



o > 



o -c 


-co 




.J CM 


o-_r 


^.°° 


00 CO 


— _ 
cm r 


OS .« 


-1-9 


CM a; 


Hot 


tf55 


^ o 





tCo 
poo 



ti t. -co r^ 

»- jT-t- oo oo 



— > 

00 Si •£ . - 

r a: -r ^ 

3 »C-I 

03 CM — " 

•ft) JO "~T- 

CC i- 0C C J- 

► ^oc <j 

oo-N^-C 



55 rS-d 

00 co ^t Ci 
~~ ■ •** <! oo 



~ — OS ^ 



Jl 



ft •— ' <^j 
^ ^ CM 

§ C.QO+S 

^ oj 

COOS- 
00 ^i '•„ •" 
00 ^ ^-05 
^ - <|00 
-S ^ GO 

•C ,c: OS "• 



+J^3 >• r-l 



cs oc «-. jT 

r-l r-C O ^H 



d 

o 

8Pq 
-2 . 

S 2S; 
*> . •« 

<U Si 

•w co u 

JS 



^OS 

P-" 

^ !^ CJ 

*-; 

TO 1 O 
"Spq 



o 

— < 
■si 

o 

P2 



fie 






03 

pT 

c 

-t-> 
ao 

o 
CQ 

pU co 

V. OO 

O f— < 

0S« 

5 



294 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jun, 



cp 

C3 

a 

•-- 

a 

o 

O 



to 



ft5 



to 



1- ■ 






















_2, 

o 








i 

cj 
o 


















5 = 






b 
















O 


, 






M 


^ 


















slved Mil 

Medical 
structioii 






*3 
ec 
1-3 

s 
o 
















— 
> 


X 

CC 






5 

B 




o 

It 


i— 

B 
S3 
















5 o 






CO 

O 
















'■?. 


Jz 






t-i 

IB 


g 
















H 






pq 
















w 








P 


























• 
















• 








i 

5 




















c 

c 
PS 






o 

CO 






o 

> 












Q 

— 

he 








O 


CO 










>> 

M 

s 

X 








B 
O 

+3 

CO 








O 






It 










= 








OB 

















O 








« 






h 










pq 








H 










Ph 








pq 


Im 






• 






• 


















• 










• 








• 


O 






. 






• 


















, 










. 








m 


-a 






















































































































































si 


















































a> x 






• 






• 


















• 










• 








• 


« 2 


















































* J « 


















































a: «-> 


















































u<K 






# 






. 




























• 








, 


2« 


















































£ « 


















































©•= 


















































fcfc 






• 






• 


















• 










• 








• 


0) 


















































o 




































































































► 
























































• 






. 


















■ 










• 








. 


BD 






, 






. 


















. 










. 








m 








^ 






„ 












































CB 






TZ 


CN 


























SoT 


. 




















i~ 


GT. 


























CM t^ 










co 






Ch 






C-CO 


























^00 


tc 












•< 

l-H 






-00 

CO JS GO 














• 










co^ 


CO 

co 






■ 


CC 














<y co 
























i- 03 










C 
o 

n 

CT 
0> 
ID 

3 . 
CC 2 

..§ 

O CO 

11 

c - 
CC g 

£T3 






1-5 

CN 

O 

as 

l-H 

> 
o 

© 






■> J- 
O.S8 

o FH 

«^H 

© - 

CC CM 

l-H 

.ecc 

is 

*i 


l-H 

p« 
<l 

CN 

-1-3 

co 

i-H 
(M 














cc 

CC 

l-H 

H 
S 










eS© 

■-H CO 
CC **" 

•-1-H 
1C . 

t^ ^! 

CC tt 


•O 

SO 

cc 

tc 

3 
< 






OS 
CO 

l-H 


c 5 






i— ( 






cc 


ejeo 

— — 














^ 










©*« 


<u 






t— 








'e? 

s 










CD 
<5 














o 

to 










5° 


X 

l-H 

CO 






to 
•73 


K 






to 

CO 






b 


r. 


C5 














c 










<^J 








(H 

O 


"5 

c 

"be 






-4-3 . 

tc-. 






-*— 

EC 

o 

H 


-r 


CN 

-t-2 














— i 
CC 










-^ - 

fcc- 

_. 

U — 


tc 

CO 






■4-S 

tc 








CU05 






55 
















CU 










^ 









o 






»-> CO 






»: 


T3 














'-H 










O 






Sh 








t-x-H 






*3 


i-H 


CN 














-1-3 










A "^ 


O 






-m 








co 






m 


















DO 










•i-a 








CO 








*" H 






i — i 


















1-1 










© 








^ 


ft 

< . 












It 










99 








B 

o 

-i-3 
^1 










b" 


*-> 

CO 




•10 




B 



J2 


52 s 






o 


V 

Sj 


j 


S 


CO 








B 
O 




o 

«11 


d 




pq 








B 




Ph 




"0 


r. 




cr. 


■A 

to 


B 

3 


CO 

O 

- 


I 


£ 


■a 






— i 

CM 




c -2- 


CQ 

3 




1 


| 

Z 
— 


cc 

.E 

"Z. 
oS 


r^ 




Js 

to 
05 

c 


B 


CD 

(—i CO 

l-H 




ex. 1 


cT 


C - 

o o 








En 


£ 


Oi 




is 


id 


B 
aj 




"fci 


- 
— i 


CO CO 

•-H l-H 










PC 



- 


ct © 

^^ l-H 


M HI 




a 

ad 

- 


•-9 


<§ 


£-" 


CO !h 

cy O 

o 








w 

cc 

5 


DO 

r— 




ft 

■- 


— 


w 


r— 1 

h 
mV 

< 






M 


CQ crT 

!M 

>-H 




to 


M 


•©" 

PQCN 
O 

s = 

i-s 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



295 



PA 



W 



ti 



CD 

tn 

5 

Cm 

CO 



a 


• 




E 


„ 




£ 


a 
o 


c 


o 




73 


hl 


U 


r» 


08 


o 


O 


A 


u 


hi 


O 


pq 


Ph 



o 






a. 






a> 






to 


• 




73 


fl 






o 




Li 


*-> 


fl 


,0 


XA 


o 


a 


bD 


en 


oi 




O 


O 


pq 


CQ 




c 
o 

© 
P3 

•«a O 

hi 03 



c 



pi 
y 

< 

S 

o 



^ 



B 



e - • 

<w - i— I 

O <M 

pa • 






C OS 
O 00 



3 SI 



e3 

5^2 



v 



W 



.* O ^-1 

hj rf^ 
■* tn 73 



to 

73 



sa 

O 



pi 

s 

o 



s 


M 


o3 Ci 


o 


30 

i— " 






73 eo 




^) 


i* 


d 


« i- 


ad 


1-3 


— s 


^ 




H 


O 




01 


hi 


bfl 


O 73 










«e 


-2 


£ 




P - 





A 




o 


CO 




p . 

1—1 






■*! -Ci 


g c 




R-r» 


e 2 




e o^ 






g O - 


s* i2 




^ > — ; 






■w " ">\ 


§«< 






^3 £ 




hJ - ^ 




OS 
30 

.— I 




C3 




CCIc a> 




ht.d 


>a 


0< 


- O 


O 




pH 



M<> 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan 



>> 


x 


oS - 


CJ 




a> 








«4- ►" 


a, j) - 


^ fcD 
0) o 






* o 


- 2 


M 


H- 1 



^3 

3 

a 
o 

o 



to 






to 



c 

OS 


C 

o 


X 






o 

a 


CO 

a 




a 


oi 


>> 


o 


XI 




PLI 


O 


Ch 



o 

PQ 



3 
X! 

o 



a . 
CC 2 



oj a 
OB o 

5 -a 



sS 



<c be 

0O to 

00 

I-- r 

~ a, 

AS 



>— 00 

•M— t 

CO ~ 
S 



cc 



^ CN *j 

po to 
-xi °° 

2 ..& 
-oo g 

X 00 w 
^00 .- 

CM ~~ 03 



> 



a. 






• -~0 

00 „ 



sx« 



30 



£3 



cc 



< 


r>- 


cc 


t<- 


cc 
cc 


>, 




—j 


rfl 


u 


> 


2 




_J 


i—i 


be 

o 


-t 


r— I 


4-9 




*3 



— >X C5 b 
00 ~ (M * 

^"* •.§ 

T .^Xjgjj 

o x •, 
r oj x « 

*-> C5 fcH CO 
-U CM <i — 



•CO "~ i— I 

'00 .- ... ; 

- -£r <^x; 

: ^joc oo ^ 

'O - r4T 

i ^ as O-oo 
i £ — °c *J 

'8««g. 

r« rQCQ 

»S5 f r 'CO 



>-.<M 

— oo 



3? a. 

oc «. 
S3 



^ . s. 



c to 

!- CO 

so „ 



tr. zu 

cu Eh 
*- O 

QQ 



p-X » 

e3 <u " 

P g .. 



M bC°S 
to ^<J 

X N C 



(M 00 — i 

Hr-C5 

oo 
<>» 03 — 



i^S — o 



fll *-.^' <-. ^s 



OJ so 
X »-=^ 



X tc fcrr-xl 

CO _I_*^y" 
2 OS'S °° 



CQl-IFH-Ol^ 






•^ 00 -u 
Q on 

- 2> OQ 

(N 60 



ft 
W 

«3 

cc O 

o o 

<M 

i; < 



B 
+-» 

o 
pq 



o 
pq 



IS CD • 
•g is o 

^ S oo 



l 
S 





o . i— i 

GO O 



^ 



C C5 
*7 00 

*-• i— ( 

CO 

XJ ^> 

x 1 ^ 
O 



fcD 

.3 

■M — 

SX 

e g 

Qi C3 

•S — « 

i«J ~ CI 

■^ MH ■— ' 

s 

- a 
< 



^•5 



c 
o 

co 
O 

pq 



s 

o 
O 



S 

o3 
X . 

c oo 

.S 00 

.« OrC 

■S ^ 

•° 5" 
p-2 

© oo 

s* 

•-9 



C 

o 

OQ 

. O 
B 

R r? 
<U S 

(J <"oo 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



297 




298 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



s|5 

~ -_ r 

— ^ 3D 



-a 
o 

*-• 
go 

O 
« 



c 
pq 



-5 









c 
o 
o 



a: 



c T3 



= 
c 
U 



o 
c 

c 
o 



5^ 

v. 

to 

•5 






— c 

"c5 



■f. 



EI 

e, = 



go 



cr. 

oo « 

00 e 



S-45 

t- 2 & 

CN ** -H 

► «- sP 

be « _: 

"Is 



oo 



o3 



3 



fcc 



CN 


3 a. 


•■* 


...o 


CM 


u 


00 


C5 ~ 

oc • 
•— > 






— 70 


>-. a. 


«Q0 


c3 


I^H 


2« 


CN ^» 


OS 
«0 0O 


CS 


■"^ 1— t 




«!: 
N rf 


c: ~ 


00 ^ -<f 




OC CJ> 




OC ^ 00 


■ ' -*j 




- -JQ 




~ — ' 


(>>.= t-> 


oo 




c — ■ 


tc e* •* 


CN •> 


^o-^ 


O 


oo . 


"- 1 — 


sets 


_-^ 


r^ 


*^ ?o 


«a -- CN 


t£-H 


5-1 «o "5) 


£ - 




■fci •—> 


*a i-< 0Q 



,-, ~- ,_! 00 



JQ 
O 



— OC 






5 » 

~ 3 

■ s 

g° 

c o 
< - 



K 





pq 



o 
pq 



c.=i 



O ~2 



z, 
< 

- 

o 



VJ 00 






c 
o 

2^3 



£ « » 



O 



^ 



p- 
o 



fe 



2-—. OS 

C .2 






■*i — < 


g a 


go 


|U 


s ^ 


*> . 


•S S: 


tS «a 










«- '— -I 




ij coa 


. C5 



Srt' 



-e ^ 



BQ 



^2 

S3 o 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7 



299 



J3 

to 

s 

c 
-2 

CD 

o 

'-4 

CQ 



>d 


a 
o 


c 


*-> 


OS 


-m 




o 


o 


p 


o 


8-1 


CO 


ffl 



to 








T3 




a 




• -H 




o 




M 




CO 


© 


« M 


. 


O 


s 


<D 

-t-> 


a 


W 


-<-i e3 


43 


+j 


,q 


en > 


CO 




CO 

03 


"S 


w 


pa 


W 


QQ 



'— Jl 

I— l — CU ,-1 

r c3 - " 

fc£~ P< -C 

o ^ ~ « 

S- CO O CD 
^H O CO 

r o 
CO 



u2~ 

H CM CO 






HH tO 



fee a, 

CU U 



to 




CX) -2 — 00 



COS 
S3 00 






M 



<u g x "- 1 ^ 
s-" oo -a o 

.*-> Ci t-H OJ +-i 



tc-> 



00 :3 

22 



> to 

o M 



o .- 

► >■ 

♦J o 

CD ^ 

>- OS 





OJ 



ttO 

CD 35 

^i oo 



1 2 
3 » 



>H 


J 5* 


w 


S O ^H 


1 


•SEof 




S5. 5j~* 




e — - 




C-O 




►3 


Oh 


CO <H 




CD .. 






o 


J- C 


O 


- ° 



CJ 



o 



« "COO 
s *H OS 



5^ fe* CD 

.2 c 

c o 






o x 

S . - 
<=> rJi ° 

rr CD CD 

- fc/. d 



a 



o 

00 

o 



M 

Pn 



O 



a 
o 



S.ros 
Fa* 

i —I 

CD 



CD ^ 

o 



03 

• ~ o CD 






Sx 

5 ^ 

oJO 



n 



PQ 

I 

•J 

o 
O 






to 



«.a oo 

8^1. 



CD <5 



300 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan 



T3 

O 

a 

o 

O 



£» 



§ 



1> 



-r. 



>> 












k. 












= 1 




























































Sg| 
























i t = 












ecelv 

or 1Y1 
























~ 














B 












O 








^ 




§ 








C 




oo 1 








d 


c 


"rj 






Irf 


5 ; ^ 


— 


o9 






CJ 


i^J 09 O 


o 

- 


£3 


ai 
a> 

ao 




> 


M 5 .i: 

si - 




<*-> 










a 


"© 




^ 


J s< g 




o 


ja 




C2 




QQ 


O 




pC4 


« fe 




, 


B 






- — o 










-w -<J -J «^>s 


o 








CJ ...'"'■ "" 30 

05m H ~ ~- 




-z 








^ '-= — ~ * 


«* ..oJ 


5 

* OB 

32 


• 


• 






•o c 


x — 


. 


. 




&^ >'.- i 


oi o r 

-^ a x • 


— c 


• 


. 




. -3 - C^ ~ 




u 








. "O i-H 0Q- 


> 


• 


• 




_ — ^ ^co 
ec 


W2 ^ ^ - 
P X = 3 

^- — i »-s a 




^ 






. w 


*. * ^ .. 


o 
o 

> 

I 


o 
a 

CO 
Ci 
GO 

l-H 


> 

c<r 

oo 

l-H 




=c co a 

OC •-/-, 

r— ^ >-H 

A 3C co 

^ - X 

co "C -JA 


0C 55 0C ?? i rl -T B4 

r^^ — a "^ 
r— " . x -— %. x> 2 


a 








' E- 73 


B™ O^ g ^h 


3" 
■ 

= . 
ar oo 


e 

OS 
t-3 






— -5* ... 

°tMX) 


— ^ 7 o =c . g ° 


a 


■<*• . 


o 




•« i— i 


• - - ~ N 


__= 


CN <* 


<M 




cr r 


■J ■ -^ •.« . O CN 


- = 
Et § 

2 a 


x o 


O 
4a 

a? 

CO 
CO 

r-4 
a 




g.2 J 

^^ *C Ch 

o 


^-^ieoES ^^ oo 
C .1- a — _ r i a ^ r r »5 

/-n - ^ ■= - - — x ox 


G 

- 


CM „ 


O 

td 






^-i — «C — c~ r^ -vq * M 

-2 r 30 - 00 r r •. r 

««."-.— ."- SO ^i to 


~ z . 


--r 


„ 




► tj" 3 i3^- jQ ^^ 


C 


^ CM 


■a 




r r. r 


_ o •- a .."a •- r -A r 


"Si 


-t r 


fcO 




trj- -i w 30 

~ —--A ^ 
•T ~ = ao 


tr,~ im p ic pt| ao A t£ a, 




o _ 


«v 




a ccxx;- ai« 


O 


*- to 


1* 




^cxr^x-x c -C 


_ CO 


4-9 




~ d^r-> 


^MHjiHrlr- y *jO 




QQ 


00 




*o 


00 QQ 




■""' 


!-H 




CO 


■— ( <— 1 










„ 


•S 




-^ 


o3 




M 


u a 


£ 
55 

•< • 

MS 


© 

CO 

a 

^ — 


*3 


S 

> 

5 


> 


a> > 

~^ZA ■« _. 
|— Sin 

^^ a - 

K o» ^" - X> 

— ^ ts»r\ ■~ l 

^ J. <;<, C — "M 


-1 3 

s 

B C 

e * 

a o 
< s 

.:- 

- << 


so 

93 H . 

*» «S it 

•vj 1 © 

►«» - -a 


1° 

■2 8 . 

^ — — 

^ ^A — < 


1 




«q 


* 3 


>: >-. 


- 


ci a 


n > v: a > 


< 


•- 7i 


— Tl 


s 


r ° 


•- o - z 


fc 


1^ 


£2 


o 
o 


QJ 3 

02 


§2j -z; 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7 



301 



bO 

.5 

a. 

co 

J"© 

*>■ -- l-H 

3 3 - 



P^3 
•£"3 

ft 



"5 2 

— — 
© 

© . 

— go 
5 ft" 

o 







































R 




)-? 






00 














4a 




? 




Ph 






o 
O 










C 




9 




o 

43 

a> 
jjjS 

— o 




2 
"3 

CG 






l-H 

I- 




CG 




. 


pa 




'5 

i 






a 






15 
1° 




B 

Oh 

CO 




Es 

o 
ft 


_ 




.„ „ 


















_ 




, 


4s 




"■" © 








^Oh 














© 




CO o> 








*^ 


^ 














O 




2P 








HS 


s 




, 




• 






i- . 




TiiO 


. 






CO •* 














■"" ' co 






o 








CO 














-co 




& 


co 








>? 














«s 




O — 


GO 

-H 


. 




pa 


r-H 




. 




• 




• 


Q, > 




ss 


>> 






- 


> 


















ft ©«-» 


. 




s 







. 




• 




• 


kJ cn 




•^ «- 1— i 






l> 


3 


. 
















00 4^ 

o w 


00 

-5 


• 




■t-i 


IB 

-z 


> 

B 

O, 


• 




• 




• 


^ CN 




+» clro 


. 




GJL 


— 


o 


. 




• 




. 


CO 




>• H 


CO 






»- co 














,q ao 






30 








X 


— 












*- l-H 




,p s 


r— 1 






^ 




o 












ec 




























Tf 




<* 




• 




CO 






• 




• 




• 


^** r 


, 


•« .. 




.«. , 


, 


B 






«» •* 




»« 




* C"* ^H 


£cc 

5" " 


© 
XI 

bl 

p 

"•4 


CN -A 

i- gg 

£ 

> CO 

IS 




CO *x 

i—i r 1- ' 
> o— - 

duA 


• 






• o 

• -co 

£ - 

CO • 

cc *3 




co 

Ci 
CO 

c3 

CJI 

ft 




^ S N 
*j ft on 

CN — .. 


oc — 


CN 


i- - 




CT. CO 


CN 








• *J 




•o 




tc CO 






01 to 




<M 1^ 










• uo 




l-H 




Q,; .. ^H 








.CO 










- — l-H 








Ceo 




o 
© 

X 
QO 


• s 




oo H. w 

p:Xc 
•-2 °° 


CO 
CO 

l-H 






C CO 

l-H ^H 

o - 


3a 


00 

00 

u 

© 

OS 
CO 

l-H 




rjH t- r 


c-< 


i-H 


" <s 




o ^ 


■— ' 


> 






■^' «=° 




. 


■"OS 


8s 

00 ; 


© 

© 

ft 


• © 

p- ... 

C >Q 

S r» 




gS 


— 

a 


o 

CO 






cc ^ 


fci) 

3 


o-9 


© CN oo 

tO S3 
CC .* 3 


co *■> 

28 


cn 


oo 

• -.— 1 
© ~ 




O CO . 


i-H 






*H . 


< 


CO 


S3 


Q*3 fa 


W 7„ 

00 ~ 


a, 

- 
© 


cc • 

oo c 
^ a 

"^ CC 


CO 

so 

l-H 




00 
1—1 








-" tc 

o « 

^^ 00 


CN 

S3 


43 

00 

I-H 


3 

© 

l-H 

Ph 


cop & 
JSao .. • 


tr bi« 


o — ■ 


< 


4H 


to 

00 


4-> 

b£ 






tL^ 


4a 

t/ 


3^ 


C ~~ d *~ 


o P 




S-H ^j 




4) 00 




o 






o fc 


JU 


© 


^^ oj O. 


*< 


3C 

i— 1 


^ ^ 




'"^ 


00 
l-H 


tH 






^ss 


h 


M 


gosft^ 


T3 




o 




rZ 




rd 






T3 




»Q 






CN 




l-H 




CN 




CN 






CN 




CN 




© 



I* 

"3 b : 

r^ c: co 

f^ 3 ^H 

i _^ co 
50DJ 



« 22 



P o 
ft 



to 

.5 
*n 

Oh 

CO 

r o . 
>-.© 

IK 

eft 
J* 2 

gep 

ft 



a 

s3 

< 



Oh 
Oh 



r~ co 

. i-H 

P . 

ft 



tc 

B 



Ph 

CO 



p © 

CJCO 



ft 
ftp 



^ = s? 

^ ft - 

ci~ 

ft 



*- 5 



o 

o 

■£ z = 

c r = 
g-- o . 

V™ ^-H 

"5- ~7. C » 

5 oo 



302 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT, 



[Jan. 



o 

p 

.9 

"■+3 

G 

o 
O 



to 



C?5 

o 



h 






«4_l « 
































88 — 






4a 








£ 


































































2S 3 






CC 


d 








p"» 


























f5 o^; 
■a'-S « 






O 






00 


-i^ 
























a; o p 














u 
























*> ^ 0O 






e 








> 

'5 


























« 






P 








p 








































J 








































— 
































^ 








a 








-i— 








1X1 
















5 

be 








o 








> 








"ol 








. 


£ 




















2 

39 
















r3 

■—1 
o 


M 






P 

— 


£ 






03 

= 

•a 

as 


•a 






-=: 

x; 

■— 
03 








CO 

ft 
o 

O 








.5 

ft 
CO 


Si 






















• 
















• 


o 






















^ 
















• 


■a 








































c 








































as 








































«T . 






































• 


- on 








































■*-> 4) 








































<S «- 








































■" 53 








































DCS 








































l-« 






















• 
















• 


2 -a 








































^: i, 








































-*- *j 








































o-g 






























































• 
















• 


« 








































sJ 
















































































> 








































CD 






















• 
















• 


CO 






















. 
















. 
























c^ 
















T30 
























n 
















-tJ — 1 


o 








































'£ 






















5 
















-*J ~" ' 


La 






















'S? 
















00 ^< 


CO 






















B 
















-CM 


-*J 






































-bJ ••• 


ov 






















,* 
















ttoo 


S 






















bC 
















CO x> 


o* 






































-CO 


V 






















o 


















00 






















m 
















o. _ 


a . 

cc m 






CO 
















C3J 








r 








O S3 


. o 






t— 1 
















CO 

CO 








— 
fcfi 








..3 


CJ '-C 






















1—1 








t- 








•^ .-, 


W X 






bio 
































00 2^ 


3- S 






a 

<! 
















c3 








M< 








"^-•3 


CC o 






kO 

CM 
















S 








OS 










5-a 

rs S 






















CO 








1-^ 








^ 00 


£ =5 






bfl 
















~ 








t^ 








l.t » 


c 






~ 
















^_I 








«S 








CN "~ ' 


>> 

(I 








DO 
















bfl 

CO 








s 

o 








<£ . 


W 






OB 
go 
















o 


71 






M 








• 5 CO 

O *=< 0O 








ri 
















d 


co 












CJ ^ 00 


"3 

a 

o 






«a 

OC 
to 

— 
















fc£>> 






■t-i 
tD 
CD 








"So .*^> 

2-2a 

— "^ "^ 








-a 
















•a 








T3 
















CM 
















c^) 








CM 








CM 


Q 






— 


CO 


«i 




■ 

bfi 

a 








O 

M 

— 


rj 


co 




CD 
CD 
ft 

O 

CJ 




o 


0J 
«a 

CO 

CU 


1 
CO 

o 

CJ 

o 


a o 

sis 

~ s 

x 
HO 

fc 

e o 

to 


*? 

— — 

80 1 


OS 
00 

a- 

O ro 

CO 

12 § 
6 


s 

? 

s 

e 

00 

CO 


5 

1 

gg 

L| 


QQ 

Jbe? 

U 

F-i 
CO 

w 

H 

J3 

a 

o 
O 


"J 
OJ 
CO 

^1 

— 1 

o 

a 
a 

-5 

CD 


s 

■v. 

e 

> 


i- 
M 


3 

DO 

d 

3d 

Q 

5 

CJ 

L. 


en- 

X 

cr* 

r— I 

CJ 

Bd 
© 

3 
>> 


c 5 

■** /^ 
y - 

00 w 


-OO 

t^ 1— 1 
o « 

a> ed 

< 


o 

.w 

^ <=> 

OS 
1-8 


o 
n 
o 

1 

s 

o 
O 


3 c§ 

6 ft 
si. 

- CO 

"3 * J 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



303 



.JL X 



^ 73 
tc ce 



C 



I* 

55 



o 
o 



ti 



a 

o 

"> 

o 

— 



*a 
"C 

-a 
— > 
3 
o 

CO 



c 



a 
3 
ad 
H 



"5 ft 



a 






O 



co 

P--3 



t- o 




p 1^ 




— 30 


tf, 






-3 




CN 




--- 


^ 


*j — < 


TJ 




u 

— 

y 


— ' si 


u 


u 



^00 

co — i 



OS 0j 

f-i <^> 

-<o 
►> - 

C5 J3 

So 



CO 



^3 JO 

CM --H 

00 _» 

e3 _a 



to 



CO 



pH ft 

-i— I -* 

— — — 

^^ ft 

<M 



en 

d = 3 

r*a g 

O --n ° 

^ '— . 

c=.= 

2 g d 

• uo 

C-JO r- 
CU 3D 3, 

02 — .2 
C2 ft~ cm 

w <; oo 

-^ "OO 

CM — 



3 
a 
t-s 

o 
i— i 

o 



— to 

<U CO 



•3. ,00 



« CQ to 



3^ 3* 

CM 



tc a, 

o •— 

*- o 



O 3 > OS 

« ^ - tp 
o ~cc<5 «s 

°-^ *6N 

X~' " „ 

^ ^ .±2 
-CM "-I '-' 

co .-'* *e 

.-oo ?o .. 
t ^'- — S8 

t— »_„ as 

■^ a-oo 
- id — r 

* aCQ r« 

co c ^ w 
^ r«5 

r{ to - r 

o — 

S gej r 

J3 w 00 50 
— «(-. i—i OQ 

o 



to 


^ 


3 


-a 


«l 


CM 


>o 


• — 


CN 


CM 




CO 


«a 


CO 


T3 


- 


CM 


u 


— 


<u 


4-1 

to 


p 


w 


o <J 


r 1 


CO to 


ou 

o 


oo 


u 






C7i 




t^ r 


CI 


CO *J 


CO 


•- to 


00 


- CO 


r-t 


o r 


o 


« ft 


4J 


P =; 


00 


o 


t~- 


o « 


oo 


CO - 


1— ( 


.OS 


cJ 


^- > 30 












9 o 


-- oo 


"a 






»d 


CN 


CM 



CO 

■^1 
co 

to - 

kj^ CO 

.22 2C 
> «co 

CO >> 

a>-- 
co S 

C 



2 



no o 
^ J o 

P>4 



to 

c 

" — 

ft 

CO 



pq 

< 

o 
O 



to 

_c 

ft 

CO 

. -OS 
S 'S 30 
•co — 30 

g-oos" 
<0 0,0 

tH — • 

c ^ 
03 '-O 



w 



to 

c 

•^ ft 
gCO 

e , . 

.2 ^ 



|| 
§ ft 

tgCO 

**J ~rs 
^ COCO 
v2 a> i— l 
«> - 



° 5«3 ^6- 



1-1 to 

3 



o 



J Co 

•^- - 30 

.Z co 



i'i, to 



s s 

kj «?OS 

— 30 

*o — 

o -co 
^J — 

CO m to 



304 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 






T== g 



03 






p4 


s* 




M • 


125 


s 


"53 . 




So- 


£* 


3 


il 


a 


pa 


£- 



R 

n 

o 



pg 



3 



o 
O 






en 
o 



"s5 



« g 

5 = 



a 
z 

.5 ■ 

S 
cr~3 
03 3 

£~ 

O * 
C 

<a 



^2 

s- — 

< 



be 



^sS 
•^ ^ Si 

^ IQ <5- 

fc .sj 



<m ^ §? bi£ - 1 

QO J - W 

CO • - >-.' — •>-, 
- N -3 ^ >.P 

= -^ ■* ^ 

►-S >->' Si--* ... 
3j ^ac CM . 

-3 - ot « o " n 

..•52-1 '- 

g oT -« - 2 

£» « 5 >-. o 

*i >._ .*s s 

C- S3 ^j ■* to 

« "3 Si — 

c^ ^ - oc -^ _j 
^— *"'~ c 

■** & -_ •-£$ . 

tc ^.•m ir: s-, to 
<u _: as si 3 d 

*■ -, s o^ ;>< 

CN 



^3^^ 






rJTOO 



8?*- 

CO SC 13 
-X tP 



'O *i =0 

^^ ^- 

r - c * 



'Si 



o _ 
CO •- = „" 

tc -'2Eeo 

<^ "S . 

__ ^ rz +* 

,JO _^ en 



03 



-3 

CM 



o 

o 

W 



H 
z 

Ph 

c 



41 

o 
>> 
o 

• K 

S fa 

- 1) 



-^ 



t» — ' • 

«, .- Si 

c3 ^ 



O 

^*! 

O 

. >> 

§B 

8 ~ 

%> L. 

3s -w 

"*~ — Si 



o 

.W 

•** 

<^ 

C rn . 

S 04«3 

S. — Si 
■^—•30 

,« CO •« 

C o 

5 ^ 



s 

B 



z 
< 

- 

o 
o 



bC 
B 

o9 



SvS2 



3* 



to 

a 

SO 

e 

c — 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



305 



W 



o 



2 

C 



— 



oa 

-a 



a 

o 
5, 



c 1 ^ 
3? 



o 


a> 


tc 


tc 


to 


fcD 


c 


a 






Urn 


s-. 


a. 


a. 


CO 


co 



2 - « 

MO) h 

•2g 
00 r~ 

^CM & 

P, - •- 



cm .--* 

(M r 

■©£« 

-£ 3 Xr fcc 



H 



"o to 



»-< (M +J O 
_CM<0 O 

CM 



CM i-H 



CM £►> 

os ei 

£2 



CM "3 
CM 

o 



OS tc 

oo x 
oo 

i— i •• 

- P. 
c3 g 

<i ,„ 

CM <fl 
CM OS 

.00 



— 
-I 



t^-CM - 

SB «» 

.tc*- 

• >. . . 

cc^2 

o r . . 

O io — i- 

-^ _ O p. 

1—1 O .— • 



CJ 



CO P.— 1 - ) 
O .. ..CM 
-t-OS^ 

.oo sc _r 
Cs, oo ao t3 

•—■ r- 1 ro 
tSvg £m# 

SJ SJ -J JO 

C0*-s^ 
CM 



CM *» O ►• 

. -OS o3 

CM "53 _ 

CS £>W - 

oc ^ <h 73 

;:*»• 

S 'o'mjTES • 

Mffi ■" 
CM DC . - tC 
CM •»•,— c >> CO 



-OS •> —I 



.— — 



00 ^ CM 



£gb2 



IB 



- 



OO k'^CM 
00 £-CM 

— S3 CI 



o to 



r 'a 

P«o 
a> oo •- 
CO oo CM 
— i oo 

i-i OO 



{^CM^- 1 
CM <U 



~ to 

CO . 



OS O 
00 o 



>>.s 



'- , OS 

r-M* 00 

CM . 

a?: 



00 ™ 



r* CM ■" OS C-l 

« CM ■*■ 00 £ 

c^ .as >, r 

^CM °0 C3 > 

r^' s "" ^ 'S 

"12 ^ ^ 

t) C3 J3 OS 






- cm r 



_j 00 •- - 

•""• 00 "^ 
» -ao * J 



tc 



CM 



i CM O 



X 



CI 



■< - nCM 

&30 



. -'- 1 00 

S t£ ^> 

'-'cm'S 



CM 



CM S ^ ••> 



C^J 



.eo 



ir. 



os >-> ^ H 
CO 83 O 

is . ►: 

sseo 5 2 
^-C - ^- 1 

os ^ 95 o 

30 ^ - 

i— < S3 . . 

>. ,j, s3 j_ 
5cs^«o 

^ 00 °° OS 

"n'h .SO 

-J- OS .fl^ - 

©cc >. 

-- 1 =3' 



tc 



T3 

CI 






S3 



re 



o 
fcfi 

• OS 

lo 
g 

*) . 

— — 

%> — < 



u 

OJ 

c 

H 

oi 

O 



o 
O 



73 

S3 

o 

CD 

O . 

. -* OS 

5 --jc 

^ O i— i 



^z 



< 



%a 



C3 

•^os 1 
° oo 



2 'f - 



^3 

- 03 

3 



to 



la 
C9 

C 

fO 

5c -e ?- 

SCO 



irt 



OB 

tc 
p 

p. 

CO 



O 

^. 

P- 
S 
o 
o 



oo 

tc 

tc 

.5 

^ S- 

** • 

■S-coo 

a. 8 - 00 
g"o3oo 

O 00 

^^ 



2 
tc 

~ c 
a'C 

s a 



oo 



;■* Dh cm 



c 
. 'G 

MO CL 

SCO . 
~ .to 
S t^os 

•S «-> x 
s =^ 

•n ON 

s : o 



sc 



c 



to 



306 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 






■4J 

a 
o 



to 



o 
o 









■ 


1 

S-t 














>> 




© 


a> 














g c 




> 


£ 














jived Mili 
Medical I 
structlon. 




a 


'5 
















P*i 


P*S 
















1$ 


fll> 














o t - 




u -^ 


8-1 .ii 














|o 




O o° 


O °° 














M 




5zj 


55 


















-4-3 


^ 








K 










£> 


■4-3 








S5 


'C 




c 




2 


J 


u, 






^ 


a 




o 

n 




"3 

O 


2 

CD 

G 
P 


CD 
*J 
CO 

CD 
U 
U 
O 






CD 

"c3 

CO 

a 

s 


'a 

ca 
s 




%- 




• 




/ 






• 


• 




o 




B 










. 


. 




•o 




























































S3 




















go" . 




















o> CO 




















ti ® 




















CS *j 




















Si cj 




















02 -S 




















K« 




( 










. 


. 




8*8 




















^^ 




















^ 




• 










• 


• 




eo 




















o 








































J> 




















hi 




• 










• 


• 




00 




. 










. 


. 








*a 




- 






_ 


00 - 








GO 




> 








- ft 




o 

> 
hi 

CO 




-4-3 

to 

00 




a. 






00 

00 

00 

r-l 


CO 
01 ^ 




GO 








OS 








>■ 








•** 




00 






>> . 


00 - r- 




C 




<N 




rH 






0! T* 


^ft 

fl" •« 

8h OS 




o 

3 




C35 
00 




of 






i^i 00 




C 
09 




i— I 




3 






2~- 




A 




6" 




•-s 






03 00 




s . 

s 

..2 




P 


>* 


00 

CM 






r S 

co ft 

3^ 


CO fl 




«V°ao 

O 00 

"El 




<* 

o 


OS 
OO 

1— ( 


O 
-4-» 






00 *i 


. 




CO g 
ojO 






>^ 


O 






00 ^^ 






OS 

oo 

00 


03 


OO 
1— 1 








oo 1 ^ 

00 




5*0 
3 




r 


CM 


03 








^fl" 

- -4-3 






Poo 
1— 1 


-4^ 


S 






^ig 






1* 




to 


CM 








03 '" 




w 






CM 


td 






w| 


Oi 00 6£) 
^1— 1 CO 

l-H *J 




"5 
a 
"So 




"5>^ 


W 


*: so 
est) 80 






i 2 


^ ^" CO 

♦J "o ""* 








<J} *> 




Ov -1-3 






2i: • 


cb c3 *j 




O 




u *1 


~ 


8-1 CO 

i—l 






_ 


8^5 fcO 

, ^i CO 








-d"" 1 


'd 


t3 






T3 


n 








ex 


<M 


CM 






CN 


(M 




a 


CD 


00 

O 


• 

CD 
O 


CD 


d 



1 

fl 


1 

fl 


t 

fl 




55 




O 


ej 




+s 


tH 


u 


8-4 




< • 


GO 


h 


8-t 




— 


O^? 


• 


. • 




MO 

Sj 

or, a 

oo o 
a^ 

05 

Q fa 
O O 

a < 

so 

< 


<x> 

U 

hi 
o 


Captain. 
. Hassam, Wo 
e 28, 1895. 


tenant. 
ior, Wo 
895. 


e 


a 

03 
■*-> 

8- 
O 


-OO 

CO >— ' 

•-» 03 i— 1 


Firs^ Lieutenant. 
lenroy A Thayer, N^ 
ampton, Dec. 17, 1894 


utenant 
han, N< 
17, 1894 




1 


eth Pr 

e 28, 1 


Second Lie 
dward B. Fish 
June 28, 1895. 


1 
l—l 


Capta 
Willi 
, Dec. 


nd Lie 
Moyni 
, Dec. 




o 
O 


CD « 

fl «- 


Fin 

Wright, S 

ter, Jun 





P c 

cu o3 


Seco 
aniel J. 
ampton 








W 


O 


pd 


O 


P 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7 



307 






p 
5 







o 



d 

03 



•.0* 




^2 




S£ 




■33 




o§ 


■** 


«m 


OS 




00 


30 CM 

i—l - 


s3 


0~ 


CO 



.O .* 

. X 

> O 

5? 



tc 



M 



-d 

CM 



> 

o 






p 

CO 






O^ 



tc a, 



-d 



cord 
— (IN 



-f 
•- uo 

— — ' oo 










a 


. 




cc 

or 

30 


09 
1-3 








cc 








t— 1 






c 


„ 


••> 




Sj 


n 


CO 






-*-> 


Ji 






Tf X) 




CO 




r—> 




I— c 










CN 






s 


05 


S3 




- 


^~ 


•-s 




a? 
Eh 




OS 




■d 








a-i 
















go 
















H 








at 








r3 








«5 








„ 






e 


a> 














~ 


o 










IQ 






35 




i 




30 




to 


. 


— ' 






O 


^5 
















03 








a 






a> 


| -s 





a 



bD 

a 



fen 


a. 


. & 


e 


CC 


TSCG 


•-. 


'-'£. 


cj «o 


n. 


. aj os 


c» -OS 
§ «QO 


CO 


X c°o 


1 


Capta 
VVarr 
c. 18, 




> 


• o 


09 . 03 


2 


co Q 


•*:oa 


f! 


S - 


£ - 


~ 


<S T3 


Q.-3 








O 




2<a 



to 

.S 
•vJ a, 

SCO 
2 «_Tco 

■» hX 

.<*> ^3 - 
S Q3 

bo 



to 

p 



^ e 



o 



O 

. C3 OS 

©2 

71 ■-* 






CD 



03 

2 .co" 
3 



»2 

"73 03 

fa 



S-a 


"» 03 ~ 


•Sod 

>-J r" S 


^S^ 


First* 

les H. 
ril 8, 1 


Second 
tte B. 
d, Dec 


5- Oh 


53 "Tn 


S< 


*« 


W 


f*H 






s 

09 



o 



308 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



a 
o 
O 



so 

HO 

<4> 



o 
2Q 



2 c 
.— _ e 

g oS O 

>=< o-^ 

^> co 
a> o 






cog 

£■0 



c3 



-a 



C3. io.72 



oo - ri3 

_roo o - 

°* « bo 
... j* 00 a> 
o g- - +s 
0>£ O °° 
ccZ-£— < 
•- 1 .. 

r»cN — 

q ..OO to 

i^ CO .. • 

oo .-> tr 
> ... > . 

co 



o=o7~ 



_0 • - © 



-^fc 



.-0C 
CM 



a 

SB 


a 


"< hi 


oj 


. . » 


. T3 


W O 
55 E 




^2 


<s • 


g co 


^ a 


<u c 


n D 
HO 

a - 


Lieut 
immo 
1895. 


O O 


■wCC 


- E- 




53 < 

a:s 


*< <V © 

• bcc 


fc 


8^ 




O 



•S 

l< 

OS — 

so © 

eg oo 

"53 J- 

~~ «. 

^ co a 



w 



<l 
ft 

M 

H 

H 

w 

w 

M 
02 



^ « 

^ 



"5S S ^ ° 
2 S? 03 O 

< W © 

- GO 



— 03 c c3,Z bC 



c 



bo 

C 

03 

P5 



o 
CO 



O 



a. oJ 

© 03 yZ 

lO ■" ~<x> 
-CO •'-a cX3 

WCO o3 ^ 

co <-<i • ' ^ 

■a > - 

O . co • 



eg ' 



'(MP K 

53 oo ■* O 

oo i— I i— i > 



s°° 

o3oO 
•"S i— I 

oo ^T 

03 r— > 

o 



<q oo 






'-'oo 



•-CCCN 

OO — CO 

t^ -co 

CO ^r-* 

^■^•° 

03 CO eg 

co r^ • 

c2'f 
.s r a 

to bo "• 

CO ■""' 

00 Jtf « 



CO u 

^co' 

C-S 00 

»1 
o2 

•H 03 

ccS 



t^— • o 



~ &j CO » 



btj^ C 

00=O ,,3 

-•^ o 

C^ of "" 

Si r 1 ^ 

o^ oo 

*a OS r 

to r > 
u 2 ° 



^ bO- 

bo fa 

CU +j -<| 

o 



O 
fit 






•* 
-=<i 



5 o o 
o w « 

'> tH 03 

° o3 5J 
PL,"* 



•_ 3 
CO 

a 



^ 03 r-l 
O T3 CM 

^ ° ^ 
a .^ 

"^ ^, o3 



a 
o 

00 

c5?2 

© 
© to 

btl3 



o 



co o- 
co o3 
^-i © 

Poo 



a r 

o bD 
CM 3 

r<3 



•r-, CO 

^oo 
Coo 



2-*c °° 

?> Sec 

CO - °J 
qCM- 

o 



© 

c3 



* .. 

HCM 



W 



"a 
i-s 



fcX^ 



o 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



309 



>>oo 

u. <— < 

+-> - 

13 ^ 

CO g O 

.<ia 



> 


o 

O 


u 




<a 


«3 


m 


ID 


-CO 




Qoo 


>%> 




C^ 


^ 


P 



„ 


fc 


■U 


CO 


► 


0>* . 


M, 


3 73 


6 

3 




B 


3 "- 


o 


eS ® 


a 


HI 






-3 



00 



a, 

CD 

CO 



bo, 



a 

.a 
a 
- 

3 
.3 



3 

- 

to 

,3 
O 
CO 



3 

be 

3 




-t; y~ -x 

se *» J 

_J5 to 

Ss« 

lO CO . 

OP ^-" S- 

00 ;■=> 
QQ § ^ 

_ +S « C 

.^ CM -£ (M 



"3 ro 

CM QO 



5* 



Hj *M 

00 

•'CO 

r— — -I 
oc — 

<! to 






3 
- 
I-S 



H 



bo 



bO 



X3 

O 



3 
O 

• 4-a 
-— . CO 

3 O 

5 cq 
s 

ii i . 

5"ico2 

- • t*N 



• 2 °- 



•£ V ~ oo 



if 5 a 

a s 



J-l 
3 

.3 



81* 

co<^ 

o • 
— o 

13 






_" fc S3 



8.S 



aj 



03 "i — . 



"ira 



A 1 



= 00 

g] , ».— 1 

<; -a ^ ** 

i^ = > 
a„ EH ^ 

e.3 .^ 

5 7 d 
£ fe o 

Cv ^( 



"S C CO 



r cr. 



e = 




3 


Os 5 


ct 


< 









^ '- 


c 






O 


„ 


HS 


o3 


3 ;i 


^ 


bfl 
3 


*i - 






^•2 







»"9 



• 3 o 

5 -i en 

•-» CO OO 
cj CO 1— 1 
"SO, 



.5 a 
33 5 

r 



310 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



13 
o 

C 
— 

a 
o 



>5 
g 

«5 



&3 








Iteceived Military 
or Medical In- 
struction. 






5 


Wakefield. 
Wakefield. 

Wakefield. 

Hillsborough, 

N. H. 

Fitchburg. 




o 
•o 
5 

n . 

H 3. 
*«» 

o~ 

e> 
_o 

1> 
8 

CO 


• • • • • 




Original Entry Into the Service. Subsequent Service 
and Commissions. 


6th regt., A, 6 Sept., 1882 ; dis., 6 Sept., 1885 ; 2d, 6 
Sept.. 1885; dis.,6 Sept., 1886; 3d, 6 Sept., 1886; 
dis., 6 Sept., 1887 ; 4th, 6 Sept., 1887 ; dis., 6 Sept., 
1888 ; 5th, 6 Sept., 1888 ; priv , Corp., sgt., 1st sgt., 
2d It , 1 Nov., 1888; 1st It., 14 July, 1890. 

6th rogt., A, 11 May, 1882; dis., 11 May, 1885; 2d, 
11 May, 1885; dis., 11 May, 1886; 3d, 11 May, 
1886 ; dis., 11 May, 1887 ; 4th, 11 May, 1887 ; dis., 

11 May, 1888; 5th, 11 June, 1888; dis., 11 Juno, 
1889; 6th, 12 June, 1889; dis., 12 June, 1890; 7th, 

12 June, 1890; 1st sgt., 2d It., 14 July, 1890. 

6th regt., A, 6 Aug., 1880, to 2 Jan., 1893; priv., 
Corp., sgt., 1st sgt. 

6th regt., B, 8 June, 1885; priv., corp. and sgt., 2d 
It., 20 Feb., 1888; 1st It., 3 Nov., 1890. 

6th regt., B, 16 Feb., 1885; dis., 16 Feb., 1888; 2d, 
20 Feb., 1888; dis., 20 Feb., 1889: 3d, 20 Feb., 
1889; dis., 20 Feb, 1890; 4th, 26 Feb., 1890; 
priv., corp., sgt., 1st sgt., 2d It., 3 Nov., 1890. 




a 
z 

+ % 

M 

~- 

a 

oT a 

ob ; 
*~ 

38 

Q i. 
Q - 

, — 

2; 


Company A — Wakefield. 

Captain. 
Edward J. Gihon, Wakefield, 
Jan. 2, 1893. 

First Lieutenant. 
Philip J. Flanders, Wake- 
field, Jan. 2, 1893. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Chiules E. Walton, Wake- 
held, Jan. 2, 1893. 

Company B — Fitchburg. 

Captain. 
George 11. Priest, Fitchburg, 
March 18, 1892. 

First Lieutenant. 
Horatio 1). Moulton, Fitch- 
burg, March 18, 1892. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 



311 



■a 

X 



I 

o 



o 

B 



co . 



CO 

3 

o 

■e ° 

Pu, 



O 
O 

— 

33 



3 



to 

3 
.a 



&H 



bD 

>-, 

3 
.3 



P* 



pa 









be* 3 

CO oq 

m d. 



to 



.a ^ 



o *~ ^ — 



22 -^ .22 "" 

" *j GO u 

i— i cu •— i cu 

TJO C3CN 

«>* ^ « 

co *=« • 

CO S - ^ — 

oc o ~t3 

-Ccn.3 .. 

fe *T +s gp 

.on » _ 

'" CO 



so 



O 

,q x fti— i Ph 
CO 






^.3 
O o 



So 


n 


*. 


C/J 




CO 


tr. 


S3 


01 


U 




on 


CO 


ft 


■ 


5 


ft 

u 


U 


o 




9 


T3 




CN 





i—3 65 
^oo 



05 


- 


K 









o 


CO 


(J 




a 




t-~ 


>a 




M 


ec 


.„ 


o 


OS 




CO 



Oi « 
oo <o 

t-< s 
„ 3 

5co bb 
£ *-• 

•-» Q CD 
£S CO 

^& ^ 

OO Q 

-1—1 

■*"*— — 

to CO • 
ea Q > 

H 3^ 
^•-s ft 
+j 
CD 



CO 0\ 



00 CN 

■^ooc 

CO ... 

c$£* 

CN -M^ 



r--co *: 

CO ~-> 

°°s ♦» 

i— < CN co 

«S r 

ft^-h ft 
cu £T 
CO -~ o 

Tr ca 

^ ■* ao 

J3CN i-h 



oo ?3 



Xh •*! 



o « 
'— -t 



-CN 

00 
00 *" 

CO +1 

- CO 
CJ CO 



99 



iD 



T3 r«o r 

CN^ -8 

oo ©a r 

i— I — ' 00 > 

BO J • —< 



p. CO 



<u ... ft ••> 

- a.^ ft 

to Oi CO 

rJ-5 oo r-i 
-u i— " 

ft o » » 

PO CN g" fcf 

. ^ OQ 

t-H - ao to 



^3 ft 



jj a*- 

cu CC CO *^ fcfl 

coco 9 o 

JQ ^- 1— I CO CO 



rf3 
O 

4S 


. 


"3 








"g^CN 


cu 




h3 


^5 -00 


O 


— 


K Cr- 


1^ 


. u 


^ti . 




4>-s 


s 3°o 


1 


"8 «sB . 


cone? Li 

W. Col 

March 


O 

< 


Capt 
der Grei 
18, 1896 


CCr^ g) 





03 ^» 


"g 3 





O 




<j 



■v.* — 

S <u 

si. 

• *» crl Oi 
fe, Hi OO 



CU 
. ^ 

8 i-3 

s - 

^ o 
s — 

<« CU . 

O co jg 

r ^oo 

s . «■ 

«j "^ 1— 1 
c ^ 



to 

3 
^3 



ta 



■< 

Ph 

s 

o 

o 



bo 

- 
3 

r3 



s^ . 
e «TOi 
eyx3 

CN 

CJ 

u 
fa 



2 =3 co 
^ cu cr- 
•S > 00 

^^b£ 
^^ 



g - 

S ^co 

o ft*^ 

cc ° bo 

CO *-i 

IS 

o 



312 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 




= 
oa 



D 

C 
— 

pq 



03 

60 

B 

g 

03 








A 


. 




60 


53 




S5 


■*J 




O 


O 




'-H 


O 


>> 


o 


CO 


u 


•O 


03 


d 


(m 


s 


03 


O 


C? 


S 


£ 



x * 



Kg 



-co 

5 r 



i-H lO 
•OS 

• X 

£~ 
«*■ 

C5 Tsi 



03 °° 

-30 



~— > X 

,c — — 

CO 



> 



en 






CO oo 



09 
X 



fee 

o 



oa •-« 


03 


oo - 


00 






— 




T © 


• 


§* 


e3 


^S 


t-s 


CO „ 
«^5 


CO 
CN 






~ o 



H 



be 



be 



:£ e. 



fcC 



oa 



< 

o 
C9 



Phco 

. Ci 

• co~ 

* s 






E • 

c 
o 

•"8 



be 



>£ x 



~^ bC 

■So -- 
*J . § 

e ^ ec 

o □ 

S 8*2 

ei 03 



O 







&>*» 




























CO 


T*< 






J 1 




Ci 


C5 






C "• 




CO 


X 






Si ~* 






i— i 






o o* 




^ 








CJ00 












i-h 




— 


a 










OB 


03 






> © 




'— . 


»~9 






"C = 












& ^ 




'- , X 


F— 1 






i^2 




2^ 


o 






CO 












co r 




^« 


X 






— ■ 




X &E4 


X 






o 




CD 


03 oo 






., K, 21 

th regt., 
1892. 




i— i 










f^ to 


. an 






h regt 
sgt., 6 
April, 




M c 


of- 

M 5 








^3 « 


— u 






+a 




«d 


*j 






>^ 




CO 


CO 


. 








-oo 








J-c 




c o> 




hr 




o 




"3 » 




o 

— 
o 




OS . 


5J 


_o3 ^h 

S x 

a o 


nant. 

er, Ma 
, 1894. 


■— 




CO 




— CJ 


*> — — 


at 

s 
1 


Capiat) 

Devlin 

cc. 18, 1 




O - 
CC 

BQ 


irf Lieut 
(I. Tay 
, Jan. 1 


>< 

- 
o 




p jr 
bCbe 




O 

o 3 


Seem 
ranklin 

borough 


O 




O 




W 


Ph 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



313 



2 



o 
o 

— 



13 

P 
03 



QQ 



-a 

p 

3 

Q 



to 

.O 

.P 

-4-> 

— 
O 



£ 

' ei 

.P 
<u 
c 
o 

— 



03 



P 

X 

o 



00 «> 

CO — 
QO * 

•- 1 ** 

r to 

CO" 

S3 « 

r— i r 



QO O 
CO O 






C 



cc g» 

,r»2 



to! 



K 



— 

<5 



.2-^ 

r^ t0 



22 o 
° 

CO 

«>2 

» o 



tO_M 



2x<j g \ 

.pr-co .qO 



TS 



.*> — ^ 

o» 

iQ . ^ 

,— as 
~ ° °o 

« S-c — ( 

*!-+"*-' 
tocx ^ 

g-ot3 
p ,« • 

w co « 

CD mm 

CO ._, 
1-1 -0 CS 
„«->CO 
« «^ . 

r c^ si 

,£3 -^ CO CN 
CO 



S co — t« 

<^o?7. to 

• CD n OP 
CM . <s 5 '-« 

— I-H 

• «••—!*• .. 

•< w - * 

_ ■»I3 ,/ 

°2< 5 

-i- .c ^ o* 

SsaHs 

B3 *<'*-? 

E o IT'S 

P«eN 3! cl, 

"S O 3C < 

io _ r«» 

,^-T CN 

hi os "C -- 
<u - -m '^ 



.a' 



<£ q?o 



2 o 
_ o 

i£ 

CO .„ 

<^o 

'O CO 

CN t-i 
*P > 

o o 

2z 

r«o 

>^ 

^ co 

CO ••> 
CN ,Q 

Sao 



2o 

> CO 

^ o to 

CO 
CN 



— — 

u 

o •- 

u — 

CO 

ao 

CO « 

■^ a 
r os 

€"» 

O => 



OJ 

eo - 

co r 

ao <_) 

•-" to 

- ao 

>> .► 
^COCO 

»o — ■- ' 

CN ^ ^ 

■** i^. 

ttiOcN 

QJ ~ -. 

^CO = 
CO 



CD 

o 



O 

s 
o 

o 



o 



5 5 • 
.e? co 

si 5 
H 



■Vo 



o 

^5 



03^" 



§coS 

60 8 



CJ ^< 



s 

03 
cv 

c 
o 

•4-4 

CO 



w 

< 
Pi 
s 
o 
o 



r &oi 



a> 

P 

o 

£ --"CO 
S^2 
1 So 

fe, p - 



to 

a 

. 2 

S ~"co 
^ cj co 



V 



an 



_ p_r 

=o? ca 
O 



p 



o 



< 

o 



o 
o 



"2 JaJ 

5 O . 

§•53 

O 2 



P 5 



o 



314 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT, 



[Jan, 



1 = 

ill 

■== § 

"3 =0 



S3 

a 
>> 

u 

c 

S3 
- 

o 



09 



§ 



p 

to 

."2 

x: 
.a 
-*j 
s 
o 
co 



- 
gg 



- 

3 

o 

CO 



eS 

c 
O 



- 
o 

Eh 



o 

a 

o 

O 






55i 

ft? 






"S.2 
So * 

o-= 



■«*< o •- r 



cc 3 

t — 
£■« 

3 « 



i— " S3 

J-a 
C co 



c <*> 

-00 
00 « 



o 

<M - 



■§£ 

^ ft 

co .» 

2£ 

► 30 

>*< •— I 
OS ~ 

2.d 

* in 

a ■* 

h^CO 
CO -£ 

Si 05 

OS _Q 

2"S 



s 

CO 



T3 
CO 



fc£> 

<-> 03 



» 5 co 



CM 

O 



c 

4 



tc 



MO »l 



o a, 



rf3 o 






oc ,-T 

2 « 

■^ J- 

— 
CO J 



tx -~ 

00 

— 



to 

x 

c 

C3 



ft 



CC 

=c 

iC 



= OS 

>_ go 
Q.'H 

^^ 
<*£ 



J2Z* 



CO OS 53 

r^2 " 

"CO-* P< 
TfS§ 

rQ 3C g ft 

oo" >,cn «p 

« « •- s? 

< ,oo_ 

* .5- 



M 



CI 

-" 






O X3 



aTS 
tc o 

a o 



o 

. c 

8 6 

S .OS 

.<" *- 00 

•w i— i £0 
«0 , CO 

■«C0 J3 

^^.^ 

C-33 
o « 

qo ^ 



"JS a 
S o 



w 



^, c <M 

PQ 



to 

-^ 
o 

CO 

I 

- 

s 
o 
o 



o2£ 



to a 

<D CO 

p 



8 w .g 

C on 
S Do" 

22 



•^ ° . 
S >>2 



CO o 



to 



o 



z 

<< 

o 



o 

x 

o 
P3 



e: m 
S ft 



r 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



315 



5 
"3 
'tc 










s 



s 



CM 

o 



03 






?-» 


s 






S 


t>- 








<N 






co +-> 








- to 


M* 






*5 








- CD 








*i>-" 


to 






fcjj - 


o> 






- to 


A 






^3 co 


«d 








co 






CO 


c 






o 


o 






^ 


(A 

. o 




%a 




S o 




a 
3 








O 00 


-tS co 
3 bd 


. 


s 


X .. 


<to CJ 




•*» 


c3 CO 


*■? c3 

«, s 


BO 

i— < 


cone? Z 
W. Br 
Nov. 2 






tc2 

o 


f 


< 








00 ~h" 
95 5» 

> 6 

o <u 

CI ^ 

•*j _, 

tc A 
o> — 

— Si 

O 
£1 « 

«a 
CO 



CM ••> 

CM O 
-00 

(M " H 

,a cn 

CO 

fa r 

CM— ' 
O CM 



CO ^ 

00 tn 



.O Q.— i 
O •- C5 
toot) 
" ej i— i 



- > u 

+± --CO 

tc • « 
c° -^ ~ 

*-> « S° 

ja fa M 
CO 



H 

< 

ft 

s 

o 

o 



8 >» 



S co" 

w 



I s 

^ 05 00 

8 

O 



ta 



%* 



Ha 



« 
Hi 

H 
ti 

Eh 

w 
& 

M 

- 

o 

M 
< 

Eh 
< 

« 
Eh 

CO 

M 

PR 











w 




d 








>» 




o 




CO 




fcO 




c 








M 




• - ^ t3 CO oJ ^ 




S* .- r * a, 




•— • 00 *J CO • 




•r > ^h co, ~ .10 




?! rj i— h rco 




co o J2 • CJ ~ 




CM .-<<30 O-.*— ? 




— ^-.^ "^ 3 








*i4 H J*Sfl P r 




. 3 ^ co oc co .2 




h M V 

dis., 2 A 
vol., Sgl 
It., B, 1 
Feb., 1 
battl., 2 
1865; d 








CO 








r 1 * • & °*d 

fcr ° u o S S 






=c a> c- 1 oj 




^•tr CO 00 go *J 




CS^C ,°°00 m 




•SH—" .*hSh 




^H --W ~ 




^^ !?(=:= 2 • 




•^ S. ci cs ** . •g, 

r^ -^ j to o« 




«^.00CN lO g 

h.;o r *o 




^ *^ CO ~ • 00 




■"" . O „• O CO 




1871 
tit., 
•ans. 
2; r 
; res 
4; c 
8,1 




^ CO ^3 SO j- C» -^ 

►>" ^ 2 oo °° ° 




03 ... O 3C^ • 










™3 » ,5 s o.o~ 

fa • "^ 00 ^» „•** 




;^' H - I 05«(5S 




f,.^ * -CM CM oj 




WJ5 bc.A - .5 




£_ 3 c3j=.a^* 




^3 CN *S C OS 00 03 




4J 




CO 








>» . 




2« 
5 o> 




CO jo 




a 








k Q >> 




'S. «3 




e 5 -2 




c9 




t) 




<u a 




«£ « 




C 8-1 




8£ 








t-^ 





316 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



5 so 

S s, = 

S o 
M 



— o» 

■/■ • 

© £< 

c o 



•— _» ^ to • 
O «3 O c ^h 

O •">■> coo 

00 -, © © JO 

tL_ M o3c 
< _ CO O 

„ CD -3 

« teg o c 3 



© 

c3 



13 

p 

e3 



O 



P 

c 

■♦-> 

© 

Z 



P 

c 

C 

pq 



t3 

- 

.2 

o 
O 






*. 
^ 



5n 

o 






o - 



£a 



2 « 

s 



g So a .« « to 

~ 2«^oo— '— ~ . 
£ P <^ i— i xi J; a 

■r.aS|sssi 



a«<2 rs 

oo ^ -CO ■> u 



■d . Q .s -~ *-> 



O 03 

r .-O 

•r oo /*> 

a OC *J 

^."os 

-* ^ w 

ac* 
oo $! . 

-^00 
*-00 30 
© -30 
CD « ~^ 

p © r 
2 •- © 



tN 



h > 



I- Q. 



iff &4 






C C iS - i>,Pri 



oo " Ti 

C tc 



pq p o| — _• - 53 
Ja «=o ~?:3?*i 

^- *j ao 00 03 "O M 

*j O i— i i— i ,C Sh 



Ocjco 

03 03 — « 

o3 ~^i 

^^ = 
S ^ o3 

2 -t 3 oo 

CO 






fcD 



a 



03 



c 




Cv 




■ M 




r? 




oa 




00 




^ 








>-, 




od 




s 




en 




CM 




c 




■*-> 








oo 




oa 




a; 




i— i 








*>! 








P 


of 


Ha 


X 


o 






oa 


>, 


a 














oa 


od 




P 




- 


4J 









o 

* a 

co a 

03 O 

e o 

K -^ 
S3 



> 
© 

PS 



•^y. sfl oo 

I (-; — 



nH 03 



P 

P 

. >» 

*» 5 ~ 

as « © 

e s oo 
t'" 2 • 
^ b cuoo 

es m i-h 
a * .. 
c§- . ^ 

• 03 







o 






PQ 




^, 




o -5. 


>> 

© 

Si oo 


5 


5 


os oa 

K2 



P =2 

Ha 



P 
o 

g ■ oo 

<=>? 5 
a — ^ 

« .= ao 
HV 





pq 



S^ 03 



a.* 



— CO 



PQ T^T 

Si o3 
© S 

w 



a. o3 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



317 



C O 

P3 



g£'£ 







00 

CO 



S 



7i 



a 

CD 

I- 

e3 
- 



to 

s 

«•} 

oo 

_• HO 

Oco 

. 00 






63 

CD 
CO 



~4 •-73 O 
C2 N CI « 

00 

^oo r oo 

"5 .-< 4- CD 

CO ..to*- 1 

... >> M .- 
r4 ~ x. oo 

00^ — 00 

I— I ■— I ..I— I 
co ^j ,. 

— 5 cc a, 

So - <u 

fc8^ 



O* •- - 

,— —.30 
QO • 



co 



~ S-l *J 

O l-S i-H 

-TOO °° 

83 ■* 



C/D 






CO 3 O 30 



*9 '""' ^ 00 -3 
03 *-. .^ ;-i 

— ~Z S3 - 03 



S-00 

c3 <—i 

2% 



00 

oo r 

1— i -u 

<s 

M.2 
Oi r 

£ to 

M 



:/0 



a. 






- 



a9 

pq 



** • •> ,-1 

r «.«-'*« 

os a, *-* 2 

8=^00 >,o$ 

»»-* Ij oo 
.~ • - u oo 

r^.S2 t^.oS'-' 
r^73 c3 

oo ^g„:.q 

O* 00 05 -!-» 

<J «3^3 "CO 

co j"..o *r 

7 tCO * ~ 

CD 30 * •** 

«5 -g - 

Sfao k^* 3 co 

0*5*0 00 



cc 



oo ^ 

I— > 



<ise • 

OOOOoo 

1—1 oo 

T3 •.•""' 

csi- « 

*- C e3 
2oo^ 



Tf< l-H .« i-H 

OO ^ 



00 JS CD ."^O- 

3 R*oo « oo 
T3 •< oo •- oo 



'30 « 00 
o3 i— i 

r- 1 CD • • 

OO •— r-Z~ T2 
00 "C ** «H 

^-< rs «! a 



a 



.75 ™ <1 



» 00 



CN " ao WJ 

•> - .. P- 1 .^CO i— i •— i 

" ~ • •<! _u •— ' - 



W 



oo o6 r 



1^ ^ *^ 

~ t0 

^3 00 oo 
OO 



50 OO »*j« 

oo _T 13^^ 
i-H m3 .»v C3 

g <J2 doo 

*j cd — r .^ « 

2 _r 3- 30 =3 

^3(M "S i-h <k 
OO 



m 

H 

H 

n 



o 

o 
hi 

o 

^^ 

4 roo 

&o'^ 
-?s oo .a 

b S-l 
CO ij 



a> 
O 

I* 

S an • 

* a 22 

i3W — 



S-i o 
OJ " 



o 



30O 

O — < 

0_r 



_ ._ ^ 



K 



— S-l 



§ 

<o 3 
•« o3 

^ d 



'^ 






o 

a 

H 
H 

pq 



<s3 
rfoo 

•w S<m 
^>> 

O :« 
£ aT 



03 

no 
K 



■vj 



«D H 

•«» ». 

O SJ 



99 



= 


an 


OJ 




tf 




3 


ci 




P»» 


• 


33 


h 


a 






CO 


o 


V 


u 



o 



o 



318 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



-T3 

S3 
O 

O 






*» 
^ 



C5i 

o 






Received Military 
or Medical In- 
struction. 




c 

u 
O 

pq 


w 

© 

J? 

CO 

o 


o 

•a 

p 

OS 

t j- 

eS — 
CC «-» 

£7 
o 

h 

EC 


• 
• 


09 

o 
> 

h 

to 

CO 

-4-> 

c 
s 

s 
- c 

OB 
■ 
JO 

ce 2 

_ 5 

oJ"3 

c a) 

Is 

OC O 

»o 

B 

B 

C 

W 

"3 
p 
"S 

u 

o 


1st battl. art'y, batt'y C, 24 May, 1886, to 24 May, 
1889; 2d, 14 July, 1890, to 14 July, 1891; 3d, 
14 July, 1891, to 14 July, 1892; 4th, 14 July, 
1892, to 24 May, 1893 ; priv., Corp., sgt., 1st sgt. 




z 

< z 

r 2 
5 33 

^ a 

oo O 

PC 

<= ~ 
Q C 

< H 


Second Lieutenant. 
George H. Goldsmith, Law- 
rence, May 24, 1893. 



o 
IN 

<j 

o 

o 















^3-!. 




























*>o 




























J3 O 


n 


























o-3 


X) 
30 


























SA 


— I 


























*»*S 


CO 






















































Q 


















• 

CO 










• 














1 

CO 




a 
























a 
































CD 
























13 




£t 










-d 














a 




o 










t4 














O 




&i> 










as 

s 






o 








'S'S 




** ri 
























_ 4« 




u O 










CD 






6 








«- o 




O «M 










jr 












O *H 




fc 










O 












^ 




• 










• 






• 








• 




• 










• 






• 








• 




• 










• 






• 








• 




• 










• 






• 








• 




• 










• 






• 








' 




• 










• 






• 








• 




S~ r 


> 
"C 








^ 






CC 


CO 






co •- 




cn o, 

... © 
















cc 






z% 




00 

oo cc to 








< 

CM 






CO 


r^ 






fcJ 1— ( 




1— 1 


x 








CM 






cc 


ft 






oo cu 






x 














CC 


CJ 






00 © 




..•o 


r-4 








» 






1— 1 


X 


. 




H«J 




.^eo 

P. ... 

GO oo 


— 

eg 








to 

^5 






— 


© 


X 

X 
X 




4J ,. 
CD 4^> 




CO 3C 


X 


. 






■4-9 






X 


re 


- 




CCO 




i-* 


CO 


x 

30 






ca 

i— i 






CO 


© 


6 
o 




ec zr 




»o P. 
o 




3D 

i— l 






u 

o 
o 






■J. 

— 


cc 

X 


p 




© 
^3 co 




.,1877; 
is., 6 S 
.,1886; 


o 
o 

n 






o 
© 

CJ 






© 
cc 
cc 

pH 


a 

CO 
X 

CO 


— 
CN 




00 O-c 
00 © 

rco 




"S ^3 


*-> 








^ 














■U M 






a, 

D 


4-a 






Is 






P. 

CO 


v: 


tr. 




&X3 
© « 




CZ2© 


X 


v: 






X3 






a: 


■5 


X 




W* 




00 

cooo 


CO 


i — i 






e 






© 


... 


r 




CO J" 














a3 








W 


n 




t>- 




> r 


SI 

'-5 


■«-3 






T3 






Too 
> 00 


u 






r -co 




cS -tj 


w 






£3 






o3 


^* 


CJ 




. **^ 




W Q. 


. .. 


n 






e3 . 






o 


- 


n 




o ~ 




- © 


re 

X 

x 


p 

(h 

c 
u 






,i_ oo 
i— c OO 






fcT 


— 
CO 


> 




CJ ^J 




2<Oh 






i-H 
CN 






c 


X 


ft 






o 














O 








o 


rj 


5ss 










I 






=2 








tS eo 














s 












O 00 


*•— 
SO 


fcl 






e 


~ 


*c5 






■4J 

cn 






■vl 


fcl 


s 

'© 


CO 

i— 1 






Q 
OS 

<> 


r. 


00 




s 








s 


^CO 


,4 
O 

1 
ft 


• ^"« 






~ 




oo 




^ 








« 


CD *^ 


Captain 
a H. Slur 
elmsford, Sep 




$ 

"to 

s 

« 

CO 
•** 
co 

CO 


Z 

c 


T3 

<*< 
co 'O 




First Lieute: 
s R.Leigh ton 
)t. 16, 1893. 


Second Lieut 
am J. Quigl 
elmsford, Sep 


€ 


pC j 










03 o 






o 


10 






— ^3 


o 
O 












£«2 
<< 






< 


a 






r 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



319 



>co 
-«» 

o 3 r 

m 



3 rt • 

O > "3 

<u o -2 

o 



13 
ci 
o 

,3 
CD 






s 
c 
p>-> 



a> 

a 
o 



ed 

O 



c 



0l 
OQ 



C— „M 4-. 

J- . CO 3 



co^_, tc3 

-co = 3 

to tc -CO 
«■ 3 co-< 

co ^ r O "•**« 

i— i _, ^>cO 

- - /-IT 3 2° 

t^H co CO *-» 
<< ■- XI 

. -o — co > 
>. .« r « o 

gco o — 
,3^£< o-h 



OS 

lO . 

o 
_rcc 



CLtC 

^3 



30 

.3 —• 



x 



3 




^> 




a 




CI 


t> 




CO 




X> 


bl 




■ 


•s 


r 


> 


2 





^"2 



-3-3 

CM 



•" +j Tf» CO ^« 

tc— co r^ 3 

» w XO0 to 

iO .►JO-,3 
00 » •= -2 

« .. -CM '-35 

tr. ?s o _J » 2 
S^Tco « c o3 

•« r .A^o 

fcH - "3 O <S> 

S J; 83 « e3 £ 
i-i 30 * " C "^ Sh 
CO^tM ftfl .. 

<— > — • r— 00 2 

^ aaiNr g 

£ s m S-3 

,3 (M << "3 O .3, 



1^- •» ■ o 

CN "* *j — < 

• x ri - 

3 goO 

• -I-5 '-.S^H 
•^*< CD to . 

CO CM 30 ^3 2» 



2 j; ^o 



° ~< 

•obx 



CO 



C) 



i CXI 



- offer's 

*» CO i— I ~ 

fcc "^ « 

r a< • — H 

§1« E - 

3 pf _T - ti) 



co 
c» 
oo 



to 

3 
S 

>-> 



to 

3 



to 

o 
Eh 



*j m >r 

«N 3 
CO 30 Jj 

„— ■ Ou 

pL • .« 

»- ~ » 
© .^30 

W 3 -»i 



•^ 3 

J^^ to 
co^^ 
oo *j r 

t— i co co 

>; * . 

« "" ..CM 
§O r 30 



O CM 30 ^3 

*^ 33 

— ^3 cc? fl 
.(j CM O P 

CO 



^«»-4 00 



P~ - • 
O aj 3 



"iN 



o 

OC 30 

•— « so r 

fe 3-, 
CD 



' CO 



> r 5 
^ > 

■l-l -3 

O,o .^ 

Si: 3 © 

W, 3 30 
CO 



a, 



t(j 



cS 

3 

cr 
aj 
ci 

% 

'S 

-a 

CM 



2» C3 i— I 

O^oo 

1— t 

<to - • • 

^> .3 

*» C r- 

pq 



?' -3 

S» r 3 3 

s d 

•« j • 

S.* *-> CM 

5 = co 30 

•9 *S 



a 7 

. 5" aa 

•^> -w CO 



X) 



O 



^2 3^ 



« 



<3 



tt 



3 

60*^ ^3 

8 = 03 

e "*3oo 

«0 ^ CO 



ft, 



s ^ - 

. S o 

6V r* -* 

to 03 



ad 

CO 



v 2 ^ . 

C « 03 Oo 



Bq 



5£ S 
F «s 



320 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



13 
<v 
13 

a 
o 
O 



HO 






o 



>> 


.JL >> . 












"- 1 


53 £ 












« - 














S-S 












5«5 


03 












«US 


T3 O 












eceived 

or Medi 

struc 


e-< 












OS „ 


























l-H 














hH 














# 










^ 














to 












. 


3 




. 


. 






a 


O 


a 

la 


s- 

3 


a 






o 


« . 


O 


o 




_£» 


■4-1 

co 
o 






o 


03 




In 

o 

> 

PQ 




HH 




• 


• 




• 


• 


• 


<w 














o 


• 


• 




• 


. 


, 


l£j 














q 














B 














a> a, 


• 


• 




• 


• 


• 


"3 « 

OS — 














■*-' as 
OC-S 














*,« 


. 


. 




. 


. 


. 


S-o 














— o 














OH 














fca 


• 


• 




• 


• 


• 


o 














JU 














~> 














B 


• 


• 




• 


• 


• 


go 
















• 


• 




• 


• 


• 










OS r<i 

oc 


.. „ .„ 


_ 


o 


i.o 


os 




t> too 


00 OS 3 


^ s? 


00 




00 O 


S o2 


oc oo 3 


IM 

o 

co 


£ 2 


l-H 

,3 
o 




l-H *■» 


i— t— 1 l-s 

bt-g cm 




r =b 


03 




03 5 30 


ec5o 3 


5 Sh J 


41 


&S 


s 




*^ «i t-H 


^S"-» 




s 


C «> 

o mm> 


OS 




OS * 


CN -e^ 


2^ 






i-H 




CJ 


""^ <N to 


co 

S . 
(X to 

a 


> GO 

—.eg 

P. 


o 




-a £2 

CD 3 J 




2 r ^^ 
~ ti, - to 
10 St? 


o 




oo 






OO CO *-» 


a>"3 

— .2 


... © 
■* a 


CO 

l-H 




wj co 


«° "* CN 


00 • 3 j» 
— o S" - 


">"c| 


OS 3 






»— ' i^ 


o . ^ 


-. Cj r-j ... 


^3 

o = 

w 83 

>> 

Si 

d 

W 

"3 

c 

s 


— 

-.a 

si -^ 

03 • 00 

CJCGOO 


o 
H 

OS 

l-H 

CO 

••J 
4> 

a 

CO 

a. 
o 




«= js 9 
-os r 

CO «. 


dO * 
fe-5 30 *s» 

g 2| . 

«o - -* 

H ,.', .00 

0C+J 00 
- 3 &t-H 

i2< * . 

CC CN ^ C3 


g> r ^Ss 

^ . . fcbt 

■* U t*< "C CD 

r-« OS ^2 3 

. -co ^3 

co z,- -1 ^r i-s 
"S . sT ^^ 

os -r 3 5. * 

^- 8?. 

^< cn r ^- -j 
o - tc oj 3b 


O 


-u «■< ""i 


o 




Or3*5 


°-3c 3 oo 


+a 




«w5 


*a ^- •-» Q3 


-u> 7^ CJ tt— I 




CO 


CO 




co 


CO 


CO —i 




l-H 


l-H 




l-H 


l-H 


l-H CC 




« 








„ 


„ w 


a 


C 
O 

CO 

O 


a 

o 

CO 




s- 


3 
O 

4H 

CO 


3 3 
O O 
co . co 


^ z 


O 


>»«» 


<D 


O 


O CO 


« O 


•S -oq 


Q 


• > §■ 


. M 


pq v. = 23 


ce - 

tc o 


<to si -• 

s: - U 

g Q. OJ 


^> 3 ~T 

O rt ^ 

§5 to 

"t »• 3 


OB 

1 
© 


C" a> St 

l M • ^ 
S. -^ i 

s I_ OS <w 

^ -*-> ^H | 




1> 2 _ 

^ O^S tp . 

*h i_; ~ i— i 
* _il ^^ ^ 3 os 

3 s •- CO —• 


C fe. 


Sji 'oo 


<» .M OS 


■^ X - S 


^ J 00 


c o 

-H 

BS < 


&3 = S^ 

Oh 


5JiS • 30 

"8 53 ^r-l 
^^ •©" 

' to 


5 «o ~§ 

~ XJ ^ 




. °° C>HH 

CO ^ »^J t> ° 

S r3 










° b 

m 03 
IS 


.S a 






► 


^ 




o 


^ 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



321 



o 



a 

o 
> 
< 



a 
o 

la 



o 
o 






C£ 



QQ 



O 



• 




rs 




• 




• 




• 


• 




• 






o _ 
.o-< 

. CO 
> 00 


















• 


• 




p. r 




. 
















• 




°.3 




• 




• 




o 


. 




• 


M 






_ 




_ 




> 


_ 




# 






. CO CO 
























cc *j OO 
























« K)H 












•-s 












OS — 
























♦J X •"S 
OS 




















• 




CO 




• 




• 




ro 


• 




• 


co » 




4-> — CO 




<m_t 

i—i .— 




- 




• 


♦a OS CO 




. ■ ,- _ so eo 


oo ... 




— - oo 

CN ~^ 














0-»~oo 

O X X 






~r- 






^< 






. 


t/jT"- 




•<- 
c 

oo &, 

Q.CO 

>- •— ' 
o .. 


cs 
oo 

,4 

c^ 

— 


h regt., 1859; 
875;" capt., 24 
It , 22 June, 




-a co 

88 




1(3 

00 

o 

00 

o 


3D 

H 

— < 


00 

oo 

.—1 

o 

CO 


1873; dis., 26 

dis., 26 Sept., 

t., co. L, 5 July, 




f., 1st Sgt., 18 
1-:, 22 March, 
quar. mas. s; 
, 29 June, 186 
res., 30 June 


— . — — 

|Q CO 




pv-« 




CM 


S 


1-^ 




• s JJ"Sp 


[4 June, 1875; 
pril, 1877; 2d 
1878; capt., 31 


[i]*.0 ... 

"^ OO 

CX'f 2 
CO Ot 


ao 

CO 


6 April, 1879 ; 
1st It., 1 Sept. 
15 Sept., 1887. 


5) a 

co "■» 

r oj 


PU 

O 

l». 
00 

l-H 

1 

OS 
CO 


ets, 26 Sept., 
6 Sept., 1876; 
8th regt., cap: 


CO 
X 
X 


unatt. co 
to 2d reg 

5 ; 2d reg 
. disband 
Oct., 18/ 


v., corp., sgt., 1 
an., 1867; 1st 1 

876 ; res., 3 Au 


p— i 


^ . co tr r — ■ 

CO co ». 


a> r 
tc 


a. 


X 
rH 

5? 

9 


O~oo 

,00 

. 1—1 

tc r 

<d o 

>- o 


X 

X 


O-eo 
. oo 


oo 

1—1 

h-T 

•4-3 

to 

CD 
•-> 


T3 <m rs 

* .0.03 

^ o 

co<^ O-M 

o< ... -^ 

8fc|s 


E. guards, 
864 ; CO. as 
is., 6 Nov. 
ept., 1866; 

3gt., 1st It., 


.B co 


— h 


•g f» l-H 


fS~ 


f— i 


^ 


X 


— 


^ a 


^H 


. ~- ^ X s 


«a 




Pu 
















55 


10 






o 




10 




w3 


oj 





g 
5 
O 

« oj 

. o oo 

"p«.o 
<^ 

SCD 

•3 5 



cu 



S >. . 

(2-S2 

►-4 o3-3 

■g 3 



00 
-TOO 

oj Oh 
«i<UCM 

<P a 
tt > 



id 
W 



5 o 
O 



Oo 


a 

03 • 

C OS 




.oo 

woo 




o —• 


CO 00 




CO ,—1 


e 


as© 


o „ 


*^ 


co 


^ co 


"5 s 


ffi C3 

•-s 

If 


«=< o3 


^ 




£ o 




= O 


cu O 




£~ 


73 CQ 





c 

CD 

• 2 

g 

= r3 

3 * 



^^ 



CO 

CD • ' 

too 



CC 00 

•^ t-l 
^oo" 



•S « . o" 



322 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



S3-, c 

5 S O 
*o2 






P» 35 _ JO 

S3 .. "- 1 co 
ei ooO S 

tn 



(-> oo 

r-t 00 
^^ 

03 oo 

w 



:z3 

t— o 

3<<><H 
P 



JS££ 

o fe - . 
PQ. 



aa 

a 
o 

45 

XI 

O 

pq 





c 


a> 


CD 


bO 


o 


^3 






3 


XJ 


o 


a 


£ 


«a 


<D 


o 


£ 



o 

3 



o 
l-q 



od 

o 






o 
S5 



03 



•T3 

S 

a 
o 



? 



HO 

cu 






s 

&H 



2« 

V 

JJ 

CO 



o - 

oc 3 



to 



CO 

ao 

cc 



oo ^5 

© o 

"^ 
CO-M 

a. ^ 
■— • 
o *» 
O SO 



o 

.a 



5, 



2- 



* is 



t--0O -^ 
CO 00 fcfi 






T3 co 00 SO 
.-."- ■"■' 30 
* "O -OO 

£ ..*»*■' 

Pu 2 .2 so 
o" 8 * J" 

n=! i ^c to 






©oo 



. 30 
- OO 



J3 

•** C 
° sti ^ 

£~ 3 

■- 1 co — • 

O - ao 
fcC ~ 

*^ ij « 

O "3 
co 



T3 
CM 



to 



CO 

co 
oo 



o 

c 

3 



"OS 
► CO 



M o 
<8 

g 

to O 

c o 
<a 



"So -^ 

<i> S o ^a 

2-^ H 



S3 



.E 

5 
o 

o 

in 

CQ 






^Id: 



S3 35 
^3 30 



S3 u . 

?" ■* si X! 



8i» 



e^o2 WfcS 






Is 

U 



B "§S 



"t; g 



c >. 

3» 



a 



OS 






cS.1 S . 

•Sv-5 "Oco 

CC *• K 3° 
«• 2 M oo 

*• 5 
&i t. to 

£ 2 3 



e 
o 
♦a 

CO 

O 

pq 

'S '* 

£ 2 

« o3C^ 



: e 



<5o6 
'"^ -" 00 



C " 
I 



o 

£2 



a 

c 



S3 

— . 

. .30 

g t, — • 

cs > r- 

^» 

.21 

S o 



^ 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7, 



323 




324 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 




H3 
o 

3 

.9 
'■^ 

a 
o 



s 

f 



555 
<5j 








o 




a 


T3 


.a 


o 


a> 


3 




m 


O 




at 


S 
>> 



W 



a 


a 




es 


c 


fl 


o 


Q> 


*5 


c 


03 


o 


Ph 


xn 



— 



CO 
00 
00 



05 



&a 



a 



tCCM 



CM 



00 -1-3 

00 &0 
00 CO 



<J ... 

"• 30 
^ J" 

^ a, 
fi» 

-tJ —I 

tfi « 

£ « 

.a 3 



-c 

CM 



bo 



Sh CM 

CO 

t> ao 

«-« 

oo » 



• o 

C CM 

- M 

" oo 
CM 



8 03 
id 



t^* ^H *""' ^ 



oS 

>2^ 



Oco 1 

00 

■0(30 
■-OS OS 

oo •-' 
oooo - 

•—CM ^3 

- - o 
• . J-. 

> CC C3 

Cm 00 

.oo r 



3~ 

PC >— < 

OCM 

OS - 
00 J 

■"• fcfl 



■"-' to 



■a -d 






00 »— — 



CO _, 

H CS 

roo 



x ^3 

d, is 

eg 



CD — 

3 j* 

cc 2> cm 
ao 30 



K 



- ~4J 

r3ij to 
CM CJ — ' 

Cft ^ fcfl 



03 ... CJ 

S^ - 

„ OS 
CO GO > 
CM-- 

2S§ 



^csg 
00 00 

CM-aO 
-CM 



P«S 



r - o 

o *■» M 
^ cocm 
J3 — •"-" 






p o 
^ ad 

8 ^ -e 

** 00 oc fcD 

,q CM i— < co 



<5 2 






a 

o 



B 

-CM 

. b CT5 

g _oj oo 

83 . 

S • t» 

a 

03 *^ 



3 
. o 

S ao . 

•**" «-) 00 
.*» r_s OS 

3 > 



s 

|§s 

<u c - 

'« 3 CO 

^ s 



I 

z 
- 

o 





00 



9c<i 



W?^ 



. T3 

— 

-d 

3 <° 

I s 



i 

•S ccs 



•nft 



T3 
h 

.a 
1"S 

^ o _,; 

kJ — OS 

•"J t>oo 



o 



• CO 
CM 5QCN 

—1 • ~-> 

O 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



325 



,3 

to 



3 
O 



03 



*-* 
o 

pH 



U2 












9) 




— 


-a 




a 


e. 


ad 


3 


!~l 


O 


a 



55 



B9 



O 



3 
O 



3 





S 

03 

-a 
tc 
a 

c ti 






Id CJ 
CN f~- 



Tf CO 

oc ._ 

5» 

~oo 
c •— 

p.b 

- o 

CM ** 
CO « 



CD o 

r fr, w 

+^ •> .a, 

^ a, go 



-a 



K 



CD 

P 



tc 



O on 



CM p. 

GO O 



Q & 

-CO 

r cJ 

IQ 






o 



to 



CN C5 



CC «G 
i— <u 

.En 

©1 

CO 

CO . 



OC -3 

■— ci r 

-CO ;- 

*j — ' 
fcr.<u r 
_ — > 

CO * 
13 



•"M 

OC 



o 

~CN 

*o ... 

r? © 

00 * OS 

• -or 

co « > 
ooQ o 

O CN » 

w. r - 

y > a 

rt 'E c3 

j= a-* 

■4-J 

IQ 



3 

.3 



< 

S3 
O 

O 



03 

C OS 

• ojoo 

•>s> ■" a, 

^3 
03 3 
v- 03 



PS 

^W to 

,o 5 
— *-» 

5 



a 

03 

"2 

§"o3 

ho M 

<U 33 

1» .S so 

1-1 



C3 

o 



O 

M 
o 

o 



o 



O so 



>o 



• 8 s 

6m«J 

§2 

* a 



3 
io O 

%> o 

'«* > 2^ 

wJ ^ o^ 

M "^ 00 
c3 o 



a 
o 

„ • -l-s 

^2« CJ 



QQ 



02 rt 



3 

o 

CO 

o 
pq 

I 

W 

o 
o 



^5 00 






03 5 



fe 



126 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



T5 
a> 

.9 

*-4-> 

a 
o 



>5 






>> 






































i3 ' 




































>-H 


5 o 








































































03 


ved Mil 
ledical 
ruction 






































•3*3 




































s 


w £ 




































ei 


a> o 




































jq 


« 




































o 




















n 


















. 
















^3 




























. 










60 




























s 










3 




Tc 




















, 




> 






• 




O 




c 






. 














c 




o 






CD 




O 




H 






CO 












CO 


o 




co 

cj 
















o 






00 
CO 












s 






s~ 






S 




^5 








E 

o 












a 






ce 








T3 




r^ 
















'3 






i£J 

o 






o 

CO. 




§ 










* 












t-, 
PQ 


o 














• 




• 






• 














-c 






































B 






































es 






































" . 


















• 




















a? to 

03 *-» 






































S3 






































».« 




• 






• 




• 




. 






• 














g-o 






































A j) 






































2"fl 






































*SD 




• 






• 




• 




• 






• 














<x> 






































o 












































































► 






































i-, 
6 




• 






• 




• 




• 






• 














CO 




. 






. 




# 




. 






. 


















.r. 






. 




^ 




„ 


o 




00 " 






^ 








a 




o 

09 

co 










^2 
03 




^3 
CO 


CN 




OS 

_rco 


> r 5 

O CO 


> 

o 








> 












Ph 




o 


4J 




CN . 


Sh- 


.. 


^ 








a> 
CO 




CJ 






bO 




l-H 




OS 
COnd 




o c 


oo 


os 

CO 


co 
1— 1 








C 




O 






CO 




■4^ 




r 






os^J 

CO £* 


O 


1—1 


rt 








<v 




CO 














► 

o 

CO 






'~' ^s 






-u 








s 
c 

3 . 




1—1 

33 






Ph 
Fh 

O 
a 




73 

CM 




4-» 

bO 

00 

•4-3 
CO 




^co 
> - 


CN 

os 

CO 


o 

oo a 








CO w 

c 
. o 




t~-_ 






> 




-»-3 
bC 
■o . 




73 


i—( 




00^ 


> 

o 


l-H 

o 


l-H 


■1-i 






OJ'SS 




CO 






Ph 




CM 




CN 


4^ 




'Z OS 

2co 
i>^ r 

CO > 

00 


z 


4-i 




to 






O as 

El 




CO 
1— 1 

4-a 

CJ 






OS 
CO 

l-H 




►J" OS 

co*^ 
1— I _7 




CO 

co 
i— i 


50 

CO 




co" 
J3 


CO 

OS 
CO 


> 

o 

|Zi 

CC' 


4-3 

i-H 

-1-3 






c 

hi 




O 

CO 
I— 1 


o 

OS 

co 

r— 1 
> 

o 




13 

o 

CN 




CN 

CXD ^ 

?— i ,• 




> 
O 

to 

CC' 


O 
u 

OS 

CO 




1—1 t-y -*J 
>co •- 

Or-(CN 

t^- os 

<H O00 

00 *"' ^* 


> 

o 

CO 
1 — ( 


l-H 

o 

CS 

co 


to 

CO 

d, 
o 

Q 






2 




>" 


£ 








+3 






^<N 




^o" 


- 




l-H 


J" 






W 




o 


03 




W 




• 00 




M 


^os 
. • oo 




,ros 

1— I CO 




r 


_> 






o 




03 


CM 




b0 
03 




2gg 




^00 5 




•a* 


o 


CO £< ifT 
OS OS 
CO COCO 










4-1 


CM 




-a 




X3-' 




A 


H -», 




♦J 


l-H 


l-H 


l-H 










oo 










+s 




-UJ 
























i— i 






JO 




to 




»o 






iO 














ft 




1X1 






co 


bC 


i 

o 




1 

o 






1 

<JcO 
OS 

-co 

§1 

^co 










co 


.s 


WO 


"*J 


3 


ea 




'5 

ha 

CD 

a 

o 


P 

o 

H 

o 


,3 

CO 


•io 


^2 

CO 




8 










CD 

4-1 

a 


"S 
pq 


5 « 

< to 




Oos" 

CO 


i 


CD 


<^co 


i 
1 


^ 


co 

OS 
30 

i-H 












"3 

S-i 


H«>I 


"a 


8 


H3 


r— ( 


8 


co 


+3 


• OS 


s 


si 




OS c 










pq 

1 


S 00 CO 


02 O 

say 

« 

O fa 
P 


3 




to 


6 


cf • 


<H 


e n ~ 


a 


CD 




<b 


-r 3 












e ^ ^ 


5} 


03 •— 1 


s 

Q 


Si 


1 

1— t 


a.* 00 

° • 9 


<5J 


CO 


20 

a> 

a 


s 


. bo 










M 
h 




<: a 


CO 


CJ 


-s 


• l-H 


H 




O 

o 


•s 


^ o 

CO il 

»h o 

OS — 










(5 






K 


U 
h, 


a 

> 

o 




>>bb 


< 
o 


*3 •• 

cu C 


K 


a 
bo 

o 












< 

Ph 

c 






Ph 






ffl 


o 


w 




O 






U 













1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



327 




328 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



— 




= 









•0*3 


3 


V 


V 




> 
o 
o 
0) 







W 







w 

c 
o 

-4-> 
CO 

O 
CO 



if 

CQ 



« 

<1 

Ph 

M 
EH 

W 
K 

M 



W 

W 

EH 
W 

M 



3 

o3 






Ph 


c 
o 




-*-J 




CD 






t« o^ 


r3 


osS 


•73 


H 


£ 



to 

c 



as 



13 
03 

a> 
-3 



2 



CO -r 
CO " 



vfrni 



-v 



hV 30 5 



• fo 



-fjo 






-co cu 

rSOO 03 



cs - r 

r=i 3 O 

CO °<M 

<M ^ O . 



CO 



30 



-4-3 4-J « •> 

t£— "3 a> 

P « c a 

!H x =s a 

CO 



o 



04 

a3 



pq 



CV CO 

J- OS 

00 



1^.3 

CO o 

2S 



too 

3 CM 
<M , 

-"& 

CM *" 

• -J3 

£*> . 

CO .~~* 

"^oo 

*2 .. 

3 .73. 

1r"M - 

s ra 

li Cu 03 
». * w 

O en OT 

*3 
CM 



s» ® 



CO - 
CO j^ 



- --"CO 

r- — «Q - 

"3 J5 



"^cm 

■4^3 

o CO 



"-< J70S 



S rg 

i— i "3 . 

o ® 



•-3 

on so 



kc 



t-. 



Jao^ 

CO r ~ l CO 

^r Too 

- 'L? X — 



tSosco 

2 CN t^ 

-JO 

»o x i— i 



est a,?' 

CD s- • 
S-i C3 
+3 O CN 



~2co 

- -OS 

oo > J-?~* 
o ^ oo .-^ 

„00 *^ 
-■3 - 



Cw 5 - a. 

CM 3D •— ' tJCM 

• -oo „ a<Os 

• - 53 ••« O 

OS r-3 30 T U 
h~ CO « c3 
00 00 00 fcjj«^ 



cm g..£ a, 

.„ <y jr c3 
o °° & u 

CO jTj •- .- 

oo^ooos 

„ CO <u 3 

- ; OS 
on tX) (-Tco 

^<J^ J 

°2 -oo—" 

• >- < - 

- oo ^ • 

ttro 4-2 so 
^•co^^co 

1—1 p-i - "OS 

- tr.-3 x - 
■^ 3 •- -^? 

^[-<J t- D-3 
« CO fc--^ 



3 

o 



OS +-> 
co oo 
co , 
i— i • 

to 



CO - 

CO EJ 

I'M 

->o 



aTCQ - 
■3- ' 

M 



C3 -^ h-5 



en 00,3 
<i • - 

t>- as 



M a 

oo o 

s° 

- it) 
a o 

K «< 
SO 



c3 
QQ 



is - 

S > . 

oCUoo 



• — 3 

r 



CQ 
CD 

Its 

0--3 oo 



,<M 

'% 3 

-5-° 



CD 

> 

a 

03 

Q 

1 a 

•- 2 • 

?S2 



qcM* 






as 



O js 

gcM" 

p— u 



GS 

s # 

-co 
on OS 
as oo 

OS - 
^ CM 

1 

5 <° 



03 

s ® • 

. S "3 2? 

§.2 "3 - 

^£ . { 
M Zi 

5 ^ - 

i«a 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



329 



00 S 



,3 fa 



o3W 
ft 



3 T3 


£ 


3 




■i-i 


fa 

s 


o 


w 


— < 


■« 


fa 


J 


ri 


bo 








w 





• 


• 






• 


o 


o 


fa 

2 








a> 
fa 


3 


p. 
>> 


a. 


GO 
S 

w 

3 

o 


9 


oS 

CD 

CO 

s 


3 
o 

ca 


o 

a 


s 


3 


3 
.a 




c3 


.3 


O 


o3 


oj 






© 


CO 


O 


PQ 


PQ 


Ph 


fc 


£ 




o 

> 

-6 



cr ... 



a 



r^ ^ 



«o 


be 


os 


3 


00 


^ 



P 
fa ^ 

S 3 



pq 



4_! O 

toco 



P- OC75 

fa moo 

^CNCO 



J-— CM 

1-5 00 

r ,_H 

,3 to « 



bfl 



fcD . 

X3 co 



^ *? 03 — ! 



e 





e 5 


o 


3^ 


K - 




03 ~ 


C- s 


— 


— i o 
03 >> 


ftJts 


03 
fa 

fa • 

03 »0 


^3 


•^ CO 


J=h 


i. ;r 


• i— 1 


f£ - 


o* 


ft - 


•* s 


« -* 
^ 5 


SO 
t«CN 


© ov 


£^ 


03 


do 


4 


3 Q,; 

°Q 



a 
o 

3 



ft =3 
fa°fa 

o 



fa S 

3 to , — i 

•O 3 - 






I 

S 

c 



2 o 

X 3 

^ ^3 



« -00 

e fa 

«?fc fa 
•X o 

C3 r^ 

S 3 



330 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 






^^ 



T3 

s 
a 

-4-= 

a 
o 



>5 









I* 



p 



-3 

2 



pq 



o 

— 



O 

& 

- 
3 

X3 



d 

c 

B 



3 

pq 






.3 
P. 

•3 

Pn 






Ofl 



•3 
si 
o 



x o 

= = 



CO CN 

OS 
30 - 



05? 



o o 



•* .- . 

H co ft 

.cs i 

co 00 C 

*-' — " CJ 

o 

•3 - ... 

xO=2 

& •"* 
' - 



a 



so "3 



00 
.-00 

oo ~- 

eo . 

•-9 •* 



O ao 

OC 00 

00 —■ 



PQ r 

EC/ :_ 

S3 00 
00 






0B 

00 . 
i-HO 

■ 00 

<-£ 

r— * 






-5 = 

r- -3 

■CM <M 



• 03 

03 ... 
^co 



00 , 



— 

XI 



= 

-5 

CD 



t£ 



a 

—. 

X 

o 



- 

90 



bp, 



r3 W 



* 

» o 

■SO 



Q fa 

a c 

i < 



CD . 

•v» ^ H C5 

2 b- 1 

£ O — T 

*«o 
s *c . 

.<« 3 +1 

L3 - ° 

§£§. 

x — 

oj — 

O 



= 







< 



< 

o 
o 



is 



s S2 
■b •< 

3 s 

— n 
o 



— 



.<w 3 O 

Is 



•a 






o 






3 ° 



ad 

CD 

.JO 
<h£ CD 

2"E 
|2 

^ - — r 
» • 

cso 



»- T. 



S3. 

-^ J3 • 

"3 o 

^^ 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



331 






b 
o 

■— 
co 
B 

IS 
o 



CO 



d 


e 


a 
o 

m a 


<x> 

a 
a> 
5 




d 


c 


a> oj 


£ 




>> 


>> 


.c~ 


o3 


o 


J 


1-1 


<1 


►3 


CQ 






-a 

ad 




b 

d 

- 
I 

O 
H 

a. 




b 
d 
>-. 

H-3 



.8 « 

I"' 



-S-2 g 



00 



d c 



■*- 



B 
B 
>> 



2 a> 

ho T* 

■2 o . 

k, 1 CO) 

1- — 



fe 



w 



s 

B 

. >» 

8 J 

s - 

t» 99 
3 .oo 

o 



I 

- 

-«: 

O 

O 



> 
pq 

8 B 

"S ° 

S3 CO 

-sis 
«,- 

IS 



tf 



pq 



a * . 

*> 'Tj Oi 

•*g S so 

?>;£ <o 

=S ►> 

£~ 

B o 



CD 

■235- 



03 

K 
I 

55 

<«! 
P, 

a 
o 
o 



a 
.03 

•g tTc6 
6 !> Ci 

a~ 



o3 

<5 T" Ci 

•«>» ;_, _ 
••Jooi 



332 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



<v 

a 
•i— i 

a 
o 
O 



5» 

■40 



«3s 



CSi 



B 


a 


<D 


<o 






03 


oS 


CO 


CO 




1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



333 



a 

03 



BQ 



O 

■- 
O 

> 

5 



w 








fc 




„ 


s 


T3 


o 






CD 


CO 




73 


6 


t3 



to 

a 
<1 



00 



to 

3 



ed 






o o r 

<m~ p. 

•a« o 

^55 u 



_^ 05 . — i 

gas 

OK . 
-30,3 






OS .00 
OO • ^m >— ' 

, C3 - o 

— "-^ —! 

C^ .CO - 

I— ( o „ — 

o — *"» ? 

=?© fee 

00 



73 oT ^ J* 

sP- 8 °- 

so >, r • 

00— > CO 

> *-• 

^"3 OS - CS 

ec so 3 30 

O ^H .^ 

oo •- .-« « 

rfl^ es CO 

00 fc^T? . -- 

:/:-—-' cc s<) 

.>-s.3 cr r 

> ~^ ^f — """ 

» O eo -^ c5 

os o .- 

0^30^0 

°o os • cs 

-oo - w oo 

C ■"■ ' — c "" ' 

t£=_ .-3 

■-J o tc~ ' 

^3 CM *j co C-J 



2«i 
~ p- 

^30 J* 
CN „ O 

.. x r 

^co — ' 
<^» *~ fc^ 

*■> Os /*; 

s b-~ 

00 <s - 



j3 «=; — ■— 



OS 

00 



.a 
o 



.oo 

os , 

«s r 
2- 



M 



6 ° 

oo 



i-a 



bd 



tc 






<S 
• r*- 

a 5 

uj * os 

O^Os" 
^ C<M 



GC 



K»H « 



CO 



a 
a 

I 



z 
«: 

S 

o 



^ ~ CO 

aJS S3 






N 



C © 

^co 
o 

1-9 



a 
a 

•Hi 



•2 ° • 

^ — o. 

■Si 30 

M o 
5 



fe 



c 

a 

. >> 

s M 
e 

-^ . 

S e 
•^ c 

-SO 
sj d 

"|o2 
S 

£-3=° 

W 



CO 




© 

> 




> 

3 




. 3 


S3 

■3 -^^ 


Q 
1 




g jS 


|S 


I 


e c 




^ k' 






First Lie 
y W. Frei 

t. 19, 1896 


kj if so 

^ » OS 

*^~2 

§ Jos" 


u< 




0> --I 


a 




C0^> • 


o 




3 O 


3 O 


o 




§o 


2° 






n 


ft 



334 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



T3 
a> 

a 
o 






CD 

ft? 






►» 


















1- , 


















Sa 


















— — • 


















s— c 


















*5 o — 


















bS2 
<° » ? 


































•15 " 


















5 b 


















£ o 


















M 






















© 








CD 






a 

E 
o 




H 

CD 'O 




a> 

>- 
o 

T3 




s 


CD 


u 




p p 

© - 


© 

6 




> 2 




© 

45 
00 

© 

CJ 

p 


s 


DQ 






d 
8 


a 
< 






CD 








03 


6 




a 
o 


s 

o 


«M 




• 




• 




• 


• 


• 


o 




• 




• 




• 


• 


• 


•o 


















d 


















1 


















■» . 


















« 09 


















35 




• 














*i c5 


















02 -B 


















p.* 




. 




. 




• 


. 


. 


2*o 


















5 • 


















«-> jS 


















2e 


















e*P 




• 




• 




• 


• 


• 


o 


















V 




































C 


















S 




• 




• 




• 


• 


. 


as 




. 




. 




. 


. 


. 






o 




- 




- .' - 


wo ■• 


t» ■• 






.—1 




> 






*J co 


„p— . 


0) 

a> 




« 
T3 








m+ -OS 

CN OS — • 

• - ao r 
os' - ci 


© 


BO 

C 




(N 




OS 

OO 

r-l 




OS ? • 


00 „rcD 

22pQ 


~ "0 


■I 




ft 




— 




. p •* 


ss^ 


s 




t- 




*3 




-^" Sh -^ 


o'-s 1 - 1 


c 




o 




o 




• — ^j ao 


»-9 _r_r 


OS 


■ 




°co 
ro> 

> 00 

._ I— ( 




O 






Oco=2 

*^ ^H •"" ' 


do «i 






<M 




co fcC 


co cog 


00 -— r 
p^'S 


o 




^rP 




tf 






—- ' 


cu "35 

O CO 




... © 




CM 




So r 


- r<J 






— 








•13 .— 


«a 


<2§ 




OS c3 

30g 


o> 


(M 




00 ^ ft 
CO .«,** 

22 -« 


CD 00 d, 
00 ^^ CD 

00 -00 


— t£CD 

00 © „ 

0C ^1 CO 




t—1 


oo 


ao 




1— CD 


00 — 


sO 




CO 


^4 


^-i 




- c °9 


^p 


■B-v 

si 

c 
>> 




ft*! 

CO 


.6 
a> 
En 

CO 


a. 

CD 

C» 

CO 




_roo « 

Q. fcO 

^^"co 

>P <i — S3 


ca s cN 

P^-~ 
^co^ 

.► 

CO +» •" 


CO — 

-1— — 
~ 03 

co .„ eS 


*-> 

c 

a 

03 

"5) 
C 
O 




t-3 co 

► OS 
bo"* 

- >> 

09 


4 

2 


4 

•a 

to 

O 




S- r - 
o • • << 

tiCN 


S S 2 - en " « 
„oo ~ to B 2o 

• «— ,r no - ■** 

— - • . 

fcC CD E r til CD w 

3 n c g 




aS 


,= 


XX 




j3 co ej cn 


,3 '-S CO ft *3 •"» *J 






■4-d 






49 


s 


00 






GO 


00 


So 




0O 


00 


^^ 


a 


to 


© 


1 


c 


_o 


1 

hi 

eg 


1 




© 




u 

S3 


a 

09 


aB 




s 

o 


£ 
. 


<tj O 


M c 


S-c 


£ 


**^ #. • 


S oo 


CD 


CO . 


■^ X 


2 "Q 


S3 

"a 




03 


S ao CO 
QhOl 

g OX 


E 
o 

CO 


-CO 

C C5 

-i eg oo 


e — -• 

"5 - "" 




x a 

ao o 

08 

Q i. 
O O 


1 

>< 


tSfs 




•— J CS CD 


1 










•< 


fc -s 




s -•■• 

«J - 

% co a» 

o > 

03 


>> 


H 


05 . CD 


5 • © 


- * 

1 ^ 


o 
O 


00 03 

eg 

•-9 


ft C 

© £ 

O 


< 

o 
o 


4-> 

O CD 

c3> 

w 









1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



335 



■a 

&0 



o 



03 ^H 

.£PK 







O^ 


S-l 
03 
> 


c 


T3 


£>c3 


>> 


o 


C 
S3 


a <y 


CO 

B 


CO 




S3 "3 


c 


O 


9 


o 1 - 1 


a> 


n 


I— I 


O 


Ph 



a 


a 


C 


o 


o 


o 


45 


«-> 


+J 


CO 


CO 


CO 


O 


O 


O 


n 


pq 


PQ 


. 


••> 


. 




i—i 






to 






00 




* 


1-i 
03 


' 


• 


2 


• 


• 


fiS 


* 


• 


CO p> 


• 


• 


03 - 


• 



2.2 



£« 



a 

03 



■S22 






po _ c 

<J cr> J. 
~" ' .s 
^•-£3 

CM 03 

..gte 
co 5 

00 cn 

hi- : 

£2° 



.-- = 



•-9 3 • 
*"- 03^ 

cico co 



. r co 

O-CO J^ 

<~ Z 

CN — • 

Soo £ .2 

CN ,£> 

CO CO ~ 

c.So g 

00 n*OJ 
Mo^ 

" 03 •— 

IS j 

» "* 03 



CN ?J 



r s 



T3^ 
CN • 

t£CJ 
CO ... 



a 



r^ 


.0* 


4^ 


r-~ 


r»-~ 


■a 


00 


Q.0O 


^^ 


?— i 


S-I — ' 




„ , 


o « 


s> 


O.GO 
• S-i 


to 


a. 


00 ^ H 

l-H """ ' 


0O 
00 . 


" 


00 Cft 


X $. 


(£5 


■-"00 

-00 


e3 «- 


• ■— " 


H t^ 


2- 





03 _ 



i- to 

C co 

22 *^ 

H Wee 

2oo3 
h- »-9 

Sh w P. 

-3 



— Scn 



1-1 00 

«a 

OS 



c3 



0?00 



1— 

-00 

+J """ 

to - . 

5°° 

3 oc 

CO 



t—O 
^CN 

to •" 

ja 03 

C5 



a. 

CN » •" 

» *j CTi 
co tX 00 

o- a> cc 

gt-HtZJ 



~co 
— s 

<1 

W -4 0O 
-CNQO 

•e * > ' _, 
to*» • 

•" +j co 

a> •-«© 

10 ■ 



1— 1— ( . 

JL -'° 

co a 

00 5 — 

.-ijf OS 
CO^^ 

10- a 

CN *' 
^J .►«© 

too r 

co 



:^5 



S3 
O 



to 

5 



53 . 
"-si— 

to 00 
— °o 
^^ 1— t 

cob 

CO ~ 



CD 2^ 

£1~ 



a 
o 

09 

C 



^ to 
s o 

Spqo 



'u . 

0J c 

T3 03 



a 
o 

■ CO 

"S» O 

s » 

^ to 

e"oo 
s • 00 
4j *^ 1— i 

■* © - 

■~ c . 
^ 2 > 

£: ° 



o 

03 



.O -A . 



03 

CCO 
e3 00 

> 30 
O— ' 

P 



CM 



a> 

• c 

C CD CD 

o3 O 
— C 
E2 a) 



o=S 



" 

c CO 

§^ 
o XL 

~r\ ^ 
^^ 

a 
o 

o3 co 

.a o 



o • 
S co 

•^ £ **> - 

«-S 4»CO 

■S e 
- eg 

coPQ 
O 
»-» 



c 
o 

• co 

5 o 

** 5 CQ 



e"3 

KM 



Zoo 



Oc sf 



CO f>» 

»cj 

s.5 



<u - 



O 

CO . 
CO 

t! f- 1— 1 



— a> ^-" 
/52wh2 

si 

03 qo 



336 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



T3 

a 

= 
o 



<4> 



CJs 



S 

5 



Received Military 
or Medical In- 
struction. 


Salem High ; 
Harvard Med- 
ical, 1887. 

Boston Latin, 2 
years. 


d 

o 

HQ 


Salem, 

Lowell. 

Tipperary, Ire. 
County Cork, Ire., 

Somerville. 

Boston. 


o 

■o 
a 

3 

is 

11 

■ 

► 
ft 

9 
CO 


. • • • • . 


o 

Q 

> 

n 
o 
cc 

■ 

S 

C 

<a 

go 
JS 

3 . 
X * 

. o 

- ■ 

s§ 

B ^ 

sS 

b 

B 

B 

O 


5th regt., B, 20 March, 1876 ; co. disbanded, 6 July, 
1870; 9th regt., A, 12 Feb., 1878; sgt., dis., 12 
Feb., 1881 ; 2d, 22 March, 1881 ; dis., 22 March, 
1882; 3d, 7 June, 1882; 1st It., 15 Aug., 1882; 
capt., 22 April, 1884; res., 15 Juno, 1885; capt., 
21 Nov., 1885; res., 14 Sept., 1888. 

9th regt., A, 3 July, 1S88 ; 2d, 20 July, 1891 ; corp., 
sgt., 1st sgt. ; 2d It., 31 Aug., 1891. 


2 

55 S! 

2 r. 

« s 
y. z 

Si" 

a * 
n o 

55 


Assistant Surr/eon 
(rank First Lieutenant). 
Dennis F.O'Callaghan, South 
Boston, June 15, 18S8. 

Pay 'master 
(rank First Lieutenant). 
Henry Dobbins, Boston, Feb. 
12, 1891. 

Inspector Hi fie Practice 
(rank First Lieutenant). 

John Brcen, Lawrence, June 
21, 1888. 

Cliaplain. 
James Lee, Boston, July 1, 
1884. 

Company A— Boston. 

Captain. 
Daniel J. Keefe, Somerville, 
Sept. 17, 1889. 

First Lieutenant . 

George M. Rogers, Boston, 
July 10, 1898. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



337 



w 

-a 

3 

W 



I 

00 

O 

PQ 



a 

a 
j. 

o 

pq 

s 
o 



c 
2 

O 

cq 



to 

3 

8 

CQ 





03 



oo 

00 






£ 

— 

♦a 

OS 

pq 









CO 

os 

00 



p 



>d 






i-t OS 
.00 



00 ■- 

00 T3 



o to 



*.b© 



c£ r « 



WO 3 
00 (M "-» 
~ -CM 
kT0C^ 

!^°° ~ 

woo -3 



CM ^OC .£ 

-X u 
'"■*£ •— ' & 
«o^ ~* 
co r ■- 

OO -h fefOS 

"- 1 a00 

fcCCO^ 1 

3 ..© r 

«Jt^~ oo 

00 „3 . 
t»oo .a <j os 

• „■<*< — 00 

ao . O ,_ 

a 00 -^ _ 

3oo - 



•OS? 



► <<ac .a -K. 



« H . pq^S 



to ►'a 

CD • ^ 
u coh-s 



00 © 



C/3 

1 J tog £S 



tt 



.2 3 



J3^ J^N 



S3 ^ < " S 

re© © 

£ ^00 co «- 

«a 

OS 



CM — 

a. 
©« 

1—1 C<1 



5* 

CM 

O „ 

t— 1 • 

+3 

Too 

CO CO 



CO O 
00 CD 

00 _ 



>-9 ... 

o © 

-500 

00 



& O 



&©oS 
2 00 

OS 



cnS 
V" © 

o3 -oo 

s 3^ 

sioo 

00 -M^ 

""" tc - 

- cot3 

>> ►CO 

i-j D- ••> 

Oos 

oo» 

-CO - 

HO) • 
„00 .3 

. t-> CD 

* fh 

S.000 

.3^2 
os 



a 
o 

• 00 

* 5 

'w — ■" -2 
. -\ — CO 
M S3 OS 

IS 



a 
o 

-M 
CO 

O 

PQ 

I 

CQ 

55 

< 

S 
o 

O 



P 
o 

>->oo 

as 00 

■« K - 

I 3 & 

O CQ 



o 

CQ 

r^ 

t — OS 

•*» s a> 

S c 

•^^^ 

00 - 

O) B 
£2 

c3 



3 

'W CO CD 

1^ « c 

t» Q 3 

"• 03 CO 

r3 O 

an 



o 
pq 



Q 
z 

S 

o 
o 



c 
o 

CO 

O 

PQ 

H* 
8 a 

ids 

C 00 

hi 

co «0 

s — 

H 



03 

a 
Is 

s « 

SCQ 

kJ CD 

^ c 
•ho os 



3 
O 
«a 

. CO 

"S o 

8 CQ 

8 
"§ >> 

S CD 

«* o ^ 

i - 2 

P.3 
CD o3 

•-s 



338 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



5c 

gj a, 3 

S o 



I 

t-t 

o 



.a 

feD 

s 

c 
o 

00 
O 

PQ 



.a 
be 

w 

a 



a 


a 


a 


£ 


£ 


£ 


o 


o 


o 








CD 




CD 


to 


to 


CD 








S-t 




H 


3 


3 


S 


.a 


£ 


A 


O 


o 


o 



o 

00 

O 

m 



c 
o 

ao 
O 



- 

S3 

o 

•-s 
CO 



a 

a 
o 
O 






CO 

> 

hi 

CO 

GO 



C5> 

ft? 



CO CO 
O 00 

"Ea 

0J g 

coO 

sS 



>->OS 
X CO 

co 3 



OC Ci 

1-1 ao 

CO 
03 — 

CO 



-Id 

bC"> 
CD so 

S-C CO 

CO 

ja~ 

OS 












o 

c5^ 



'.a 

0(N 



CM 



CO < 






-TfcD 



CD ^ 

»-OS 

CO 

4-3 

OS 



os 



to 

s 

< 



OS 



CN _ O 

.-«« 

t>.os • 
oo=o > 
co •— ' 'C 

^ r& 

>-» — E£ <os 

•— ' so 
CO O r-i— i 

..Or* 

-2S 3 

bT of *S 

J-?--* OS — ■ 
3 ~cc tj 

»-5 T3 " OJ 

cc"J r 

~ * n * 

"oo, ■ "■ 



o 

55 



a 

• i— i r 



tcxo - 

J3^rt to 

OS 



> 

d 

?; 



Q 
z 

•< . 

Mo 

§s 

„s 
of a 

oo o 

M u 
«^ 
- fit, 
o o 
<x 
a •< 



3 
o 

CD 

o 
M 



o 
o 



^" l-H 

Si 

3 
bc>> 

o3 °3 

CO 

44 -S 



3 rtO 

93gg 
U t> r-H 



. 03 

si 



S tn 
K CD 

1"= 

S 93 

go 

^ Pos 






C CD 

o 

t-s 



o 

CO 

o 



< 

~- 

o 
o 



C3 

o 

CO 

o 
PQ 

si a 
■2.fc«5 

c?~ =o 

rt Sri 
CD 
•"3 



§ ° 

^ CO 

^ o 



<M 



5 

pq 



K^. 



o 



o 

ao 

~ o 

§« 

O oo 
<*t os e5 

— CD 



g« 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



339 



to 

a 

•s 

a. 

CO 

*.2 



a 

a) 



a 



bo 




03 










t- 


•** 


s 


« d 


00 

o 






* w 


> 


6-1 


5r 



3 




00—" 
CO *j 
i—l en 



co ... 

d CO 

3 CO 
>S CO 

i—i 

co ~ 
o> >> 



-M 






09 



•M 



c r 

3 ■" 

►^ to 
" ao 

co ■** • 
<m <"co 

- .00 

tc r 

Too bO 

tC • d 

Si U ^ 

J3 OH 



> 


CM 




> 


•c 


r 




c 


p. 


*j 




a, 


CO 


£ 




-** 


OS 






OS 


CO 






CO 


»— 


CO 




1—1 




OS 






a> 


CO 






a 


r— 1 




to 


3 . 


„ 




p 


"~s co 


£►> 




<3 


-N) C» 


3 




i~~ 




1-9 




cm 


o .. 


"M 




o 


■w o 


CM 




*a 


- 3 








t- fl 


o 




h~ 


2^ 






CO 


CO ^ 






CO 


— ' C<l 


1^. 




1—1 


.1—" 


CO 






>> - 

si 


CO 

I—l 




>, 


. 




3 


>% 




»-a 


2" 


1—1 




o 


o^ 


© 


?o 

OS 


o 








- 


— « 










be 
a> 


>, 


to 

CD 


* o 


w 


3 


*< 


SS CJ 


.S 


-» 


-= 






ao±; 



U 



CD 








a 




d 


••• 


(-jo 




30 


ao 


CC 


sn 


i— ( 






-d 




EN 


a, 


CO 


CO 


cc co 


cocm 


1— 1 


M 


> 


*J 


od 


T1 


2 


CM 






N 


•u 




tc 


H 


ao 




00 


— > 


r— " 


Cf 


;co 


ai 


*-. co 


, ~ i 


tcco 


— 


00 i— > 



a 

3 
49 

— 

d 

I 

6- 

■< 

P* 

53 

o 

O 



ri 
J 



Eh O 
. O OS 

eo . 
o • <s 

o 



CD 

.in . 

,cOob 



•a 



^^5s 

^ CQ co 

vS i— i 

— H CD 

.3tM 



O 



O 

< 
o 



. 3 ■* 

•~ si x 
^ to 

S3 3 
e3<J 

1m 

CO o 
CO 

>-5 



. O 

^ CO S 

**J .CM 

■IS > 3 



•5 co -<*< 
gffl . 

5 .CM 

"*t D 



CO 



o 
PQ 



o 
O 



o 

22 



^2 



340 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 







o 



3 

o 

O 

pq 



c 
o 

CO 

O 

« 

XI 
— 
3 
O 

CO 



3 
E 



^300 . 
MQCoo 

► 52 » 

& -S 

oo P r 

-■-a © 

©Oifi| 
© •> 

.2 i-"d 
-p r« 

... o - 

ec « - 
06Q fco 

OO _ 00 

• "I— I 

8.3 r 

00 • 

roo a, 



© 



K^ 



b£ 



! « > 



M 
Pi 



OS 

~^0° 
"P — i 
CN „ 

... © 
O P 
OS 3 

c os 

P-o2 
H-9CO 

•& ,~<D 

^^ a 
oo) a 

■MOCHs 

►t— I 

»2 . 

"-' 5x 

© "-9 ^ 
g*« 

!-» <J5 

M 'o" © 
^oo 3 

SCOtji 
© C^ 

u * o 

OS 



6N 

OB 

3C 



3 



P, 



OB 
OC 



3 

i-a 






X 
© 

"P « 

CS g 
00 "^ 
00 to 



- — 

.. CD 

* o 
x « 



**>►> 



3 


3 




»-»"-s 




pH 


— 




tN 





tc 


■■» 


•*< 


OQ 


COOS 


a* 


CS 00 




on 


— 


— 1 






•~ 


£ 


►» 



a 




3 




s 
Ha 


i-a 


> 


C 








co 


IQ 


O 




C7S 


03 

OC 


Oa 


X 




:/. 




fc*l 




_>, 




£2 
a 


3 


^ - 


-i 


„ 


M 


— 


CI 




O rt« 








44 






5c 


JO O 




o o» 


" 


00 00 


x 


1— I 


I"" 1 



2 

X 
OS 



•^00 

► 00 

~2 

*P <Z 

(TO X 

-a 
S* 



a 
M o 

a 

cn'S 

oo O 
so 

K 

c o 

a •< 
S3 



o3 

O . 
•*! -o 

sea 

S x — 

«J — 
■-* i- -; 
^ .o 

*» P - 

r« P CD 

o — ' 
CQ 



o 

.CQ 
£ oo 

e es 

spq 

**o - ^ 

S J>Oi 
.S> »^oo 

§^ s 

5 wt-s 

cc 5 - 



c 

22 



3 


X 



< 
o 



c 
pq 



3 . 
. OCO 
SCO£ 

~ 00 

** e . 



o 
pq 



^ 



OS 



o 



c3 >> 



o 

.« 
e 3 . 

o • 93 
eu 3 

S o 

»T9 



o 



2: 

< 
- 

o 



CO • 
CO ^H 

© OS 

xi ^ 

SPeo 



S «3 



C^3 



«co g 

S. si 

c 

e3 3 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



341 



C 

o8 



CO — 


CO 


CN OS 


(M 


«oo 


- 




G> T 


fi 


u u 


C 


J« 


.a 


&W 


-»-i 


o> 


ON 


o 




+-< 




09 


o3 .- 


sj 


»"!oo 


H 



o» 



oofl 



C3rrt tC 

0>cN M 

"^ ... «3 

SOO H 

..oo - 

00 J 

to 

OB 



ri 



c too 

Hj ... 



*£ 






«D 



S3 



cc 



,M 



•a 

13 

03 


a 

o 


3 
,4 








g 


o 




i— I 


pq 


fe 



-d 

c 




co oo r 

03 *_» 

foff 

ti w r 
S«& 

2 « > 

co s ft, 

S*~ 

• ,00 

o -o ~-i 

00 00^ . 

ccS^x 

Sh c S-3 
*j o'-s C^ 



> 


► 


o 


o 


£ 


£ 


t^- 




(M 


CM 



OJ CO fc-. 

r °* 

SI". 



ii °° 



CO 



bo 






eg 

Ha 

to 



6 



fcEro 


toe jo 


CV Oi 


CU OS 


•h 00 


«-0C 



< -.. 

=^00 CO 

;0C —> 

.SB*"! x 

-gsa 

oc co r 
•-s .-«o 

^, CO 

oc 55 

gd*«3 

£ 2 oo 

i— 00 

x: — ' po *-« 
*^> 

CO 



OS 



-S to 



^ to 

a GO 

"" o 



so 
e 

in 



►h 03 



eO 



•StcCi 

""»< JZ i— i 

*S "ee r 
•9^ 






so 



.S'C 



"-< "b- -L?? 



O 

l-a 



c* FH oo 

x >■ 

J= O 



_o 
"^ 

. 03 

e » 
s a- . 

^> S-i -O 
'«S SOI 
l-J^ 00 

Lt» ^ C^l 



a ° 
Q 



—l CUqO 

cjO=^ 

^.S-cS 

• a* 



Q 



c 
h5 






c 



5 ^ 

is o . 

■<o ••— Oj 
5^ CC CM 






e o 

^ *"^ 

s ■/■ 
•O — £5 

Ph 



342 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



2c 

3^ E 






02 3 
.<1 



> o 
oS>-< 



n 



^ i-T 



o 










w 

M 

W 
o 

M 



o in 

"S2 



o-s 



T TJ £ S OQ x3 tH 



•go £ 



aj 



ll*5S 






= — *H oo 



to " 

CD a> 

5h O 









>-MOa>) - oo ;>i 
• St > - 3 - ~ ao" - " 1 eo 



-col2 " 

g -^ r a o ^Pi 

CO tj^ «3«> ~ 
<3 SO 03 H ,» DO fl 

f-H 



a 

CO O 

2 "So 



QQ 
P 



T3 



0Q © 

25 



bo 

o 



oo 

It 

co«! 
«^ 

*s - 

CD >-< 

CO «J 
COTl 



bo 



bo 



id 

O 



3 



<l 00 I— I 



00 r> 

<» . 

CJ „ 
co fcb 

00 






r3 

pq 






00 



c3 



Q 

Wo 
as 



a 
oT a 

oo o 

a Ea 
Q O 

<a 



o 

o 
pq 



O -oo 
fl 1 

r- 30 

1 ►» 

3 Oj 



a 

03 
.P 

°9 . 

^■Soo 
S ©- 

«n - 

2 -a 

•««* r> ^-i 



c 

DO 

o 



o 
•«•-' p „ 

id 



2 ^ 3 s ^_ 



CQ 15 



r 



O o T3 co 



y > 



PQ 



- a 
S ° 



^3 
..SP 

§ COS 

s: .i-c go 

^ 03 ^ 
q> *^ GO 

*> >-. o 

v; O » 
§3Q 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



343 



hi 
> 

o 

M 

hi 
< 

<l 

DG 

P3 



60 



13 en 
60 C 



60 - 



3 6o>r . o 



5S 



2 -02 



do o *** °3 

2 g 





. 




. 






«a 




. 








U 




,0 








o 

Pi 

<u 
60 

•O 


• 


60 

O 

§ 




£ 




V* 





,2 


1 

3 


3 





.0 


O 


.a 


.Q 


o 


OB 
O 


4-> 

oo 
O 

n 


O 
CO 


* 

£ 


00 

o 
pq 



&►§§ 

00 a> 
•-,- 3 

&~^ 

^"_ ^ 

60^ r 

*S t-- c3 

00 u 
co-h 



DO o °° 



9 



:C 



o3 +£ 



OS 00 — 
,0 t>» -u 



bC 



to 

CO . 
00 f». 

f->00 

££ 



«'ff 



bC 



03 jo 

.O CO 



03 t^-O 

BCN SO 
-CO 

• T3 •— ' 

<r£p 

.«.© • 

s s j§ 

-2=^00 
03^= «^ 
"S w ••- oj 

03 ^ t^~ 
£OXH 
*a CO •— i tN 



be 



— BO 
• CO 



St- 

00 QJ 



r CO 

ft- o 

W « 

r ° 
«i • 

tfZ3 

OJ w 

v. as 

&•& 

W3 




o 
pq 






£ 



M< 



fit 

o3 03 





O 

*5 
• CQ 

5 o 

I w 

a -8 M . 

3" a® 
• *j ^ oo 
-^a Jco 

B i—l 

a 

e § 
2^ 



c 
o 

• OQ 

CT O 

w 5 « 



S3 



s 



3 
O 

Is 

£2 



O^ 



03 r 

— 03 



s 




3 

§ 0* 
08, 



o 

22 



o 



6£"p 



V 03 

•?s ■ 

GO Ci 

3CN 



60 



a S 

IIS 

2 3 <° • 

l»I .is 



t-3 



344 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



'a 

a 
o 



6 






Sg.2 










03 

w 






b3 2 










& 


00 




ecelve 

or M( 
stri 










d 
S3 


S3 
O 




M 










o 




















^ 




-4-9 












a 




o 







00 






S3 


s 
o 
PQ 


a. 
5) 

°E 

.0 


o 

ID 

O 

c 


d 


c3 

"5) 


o 

p 


d 

O 




to 




e 

S3 


> 


o 


«a 


<Ca 








o 

hi 


t> 


00 

S3 


00 

O 




*H 




O 


Cu 


<J 


W 


m 




CQ 









oo 5 -^ 

3C — * 

l-H ■"" .O 

6 s3j° 

<u s 

i— i o a) 
r an 
fcpcrs a, 

00 00 GO 
_ OO O 

fcCi-j .^ 

CO — ' oo . 

0<j" -C5 

'30 

^ 5* © 



00 



a 






1 3 
r'-s 






tcss 



< 



S3 



tx 

o 



T3 ^3 



oo fcC 
oo to 



2«n 

S3 . « 

00 ti - 

SS 33 • 

o > 

^ oo 

roo r 

QQ 



^35 « 

to - — 

O -^ 

">« 

+s O ■> 

-OS • 

(N» * 

00^- % 

2 r8 

•»j _ 

- o r 

— I O CO 

Too _ 

> 00 . 

S - a> 

■Q OS o co 

■pf)+JH 

an 






o 



> 
o 



"S a, 
•° o 



^OO 
-^ -H 

<N SOS 

.-83 00 

Tj4^— ' 

00 <i ^ 

00 »« t) 

-® U 

- rQ 

— - *— 



s3 a OS 

O ©00 

£® J" 



o 

M o 

, s 

oo a 

B 

o -- 

Q O 



• 


- 


Bfl 


5J 


09 


OB 

06 




■^ 


« 5 

el 






2 
s 


-M 
CD 


« 5 




- 


•^ 


u 


I-B 


145 1 


- 


— 




o 




w 


=- 



9.8 



^ 



S3 "r - 

0^3 



o 

3 



IS 2 

s3 ^ 






a 

o 

+j 

-o 

o 
pq 

I 

<3 

s 

o 



S3 

a 

d 

o 

. to 

S ° 

Us 

»-9 






• <o 

e > 

• r* .OS 

to « 

"E •—• 

P 



a 
o 

■fca 
. CO 

"♦* O 

1« 

8 
cu - 

"*° 5h 

S t-s 
*^ . 

^2 ~ 00 
8 = — 

•-T 03 



B 


S 

pq 



•< 

o 



d 
o 

O 

pq 



8 a 



J": a 



.2 d 
zr s3 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



345 



"ob 

3 
W 



a 
o 

■ 
. o 

"§« 

e „ 
%> — 
s . 

.5 °° 

*3 E ► 

,i» co CO 



r-i C3 



B 

o 



.« 








CO 


K3 




Ph 




00 






-go 


I— ( 







^j^H 










c 

o3 




CO 


<V2 £ 


»-» 




PM 


£jP 


CO 




-co 


I— I 




rt 


T3 CM 










CM .. 






eo "- 1 

CO T3 


GO 
00 

GO 

•— 1 







~ r 


» 




E< 


to "So 


a 




no 




S3 






^ 00 


•-3 




« 


ico 1 - 1 

CM r 

ASP 


CM 

A 


fcC 
co 








CO 




r *. 




1— 1 




*& 


> 

a3 


► 




O 


4-J 




° o 




b£ 




. u 




CD 




























e3 > 


03 


> 




JQ"C 


,5 


Ui 




_ P< 


+J 


Ph 




(A 


CO 






1— 1 


•^ 







a 
o 

. co 

<w o3 



ts'3 2 

? -co 

6Q ao • 
<U H 

3 * 

— -^ 
03 



a 
o 

co 
O 



GO 

W 
A 
<1 
O 



A 




to 








►H 


S3 


H-( 


hJ 


A 


ca 


a 





6fl 


CO 


C 





H 


pq 



o 
pq 





3 






.O 






* 






O 




a 


« 


P 


2 


•4J 


O 

•4-» 


CO 








m 


fe: 


O 

CO 



- -"CO ■•J 

a.<o CO 

CO X) -X) 

p~ r 
cm r oj > 

~b£ y O 

CN CN — ' • 



72 



a. 

CO 

02 



3 r 
So 


<^cv5 
-00 




0- 1 


«o . 




CO ** 


co 


30 5; 


> a 


—■ ,0 


"C 3 


^CO 


P.-» 


►GO 



22 



CO " ,-, 



P"3 



J- 30 T3 3 
CM 



5 • «. 



o "^ CO 






♦J 1— I 



o •»75 -?5 

oeo cd cm =2 

*s 1^ — 00 ^ 
t^GO CU jo « 

*C,p '"C^ 

-o a s? 03 co 

co i; ~ -*j 
HT c <^ c3 

5 go .2 • « 

• 1— 1 .^ o o 
pq -co ° « 



O 



"a " 3 
h-» o: »-a 

ro Sc^ 

►cm r 

815 



►CM .0 

fc,GO C GO 

<1 



CJ 



3 

i-s 



'GO 



cmO -^ i 3 

r .i, c * 

•= Is ooi.22 



2cm.S?m 
© ^ ^ 

fc03 03 

P- .^ 

qCM CO -"Ji 

w 00 00 00 



•►t^-- •► « 

CO ^H ^O (70 
1^ ^ .30 ^ 

00 • *- 00 • 

^ tc ^2 

„r co ^j ► . 

S 1— i " 

1ft 00 ^12 

"" -CM bT 

q o 0-0 2 

CM ^ ^ GO >« 

Ji:coco'~ , ? 

.• - f .^-> *3 ^ 

>; * c?"*^ 

O ._ — ' ^« r— I 
*-• Tf l-H .^, 

CM^T ^J "CM 

„■—• S^O GO • 

+* S*> .► ► 0O 
© 03 .- •" >-0O 

d, r • ► ;o 3 
>h q. .-I >-. r-^ 

w 00 to o O -• " tD»^ 

j o i^ •"» CO CM 



03 * — ' t-^ 
5 -GO 

^ JZZ •— ( 
o ^ 

-*03>? 

o oo 
.►ex • 

GO_CO"S 

<-■ • _I |-H 

cSUJoT 

P2 °° 
' — ►H 

■* aT ~ 

CM C^> 

-3 3 

© CO ^-1 

03 .r - 

o 



CO 



bt-f. 

„j co o3 



o 
.pq 

5J ► 

8 » 
►<» ^ • 

s .-• 

|&:^ 

.820 

-4 S ► 
Sa 
o o 

H 



o 
o 

«- 

pq 

.0 tt 1-1 

w 2 
® ► 

coco 

c c: 

o ^ 

O 



B 

03 

C 

2 3 

-2 •- 

M 

c 



CO 
• CM 

W^3 



co o3 

I 2 



c 

03 

ti s3 

v. = Z 

"^ S t£ 
e = c 

*- £ *<GO 

s* ,• ► 
^ cc' y 



346 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 




<u 

a 
a 

a 

o 

O 



to 
CO 

& 



« 



S 






o 



T3 

s 



s 



D 

pq 



Pd 



o 



a o 



»c »o 3 t 3 

1— I i-H V O 

.~ © 
£ r «s • 

Q cac a 
eo£~—> 
1—1 •— ? ~ 

a, r 3- £ 

° Sss § 

.a*—* © CO* • 

© -"-ccco 

*£<o-2 

08 ©<J . 

8S.s|2 

«> -3 'O ?► i_ 



a « .-"3 

— -iJ 
a CO ^ • 

3 --co *? 

c ■* - o 

t^. — 'a •- 

00 .. .•.!>• 

ST 1 ** © 

g -*f r c 

•<CO 3 3 

*a . T 00 

*- 03 ■« 13 

£ ao o3 



• -CO - ' I 

.« -st: 

• e ■*> o 3 
co 3 :JSt3 

~ O" 3 30 3 

£ *i OS "C 3 
oo . Cu so 

Sg 4J tecs.- 
2 tO 03 CO .2 

•^ oo S3 » © 

^00 &»g-TJ 



•* ™ 03 ,_ r 
© .-x 08 5 

03 CO S -__ ^> 

o J"-^ ^Sd 

«■* t£ r °0O 33 g. 

*a 00 fe CO © 03 



3 ex; +? r zc ^ 

I— > 1—1 ati— 1 »• 

■^ T*a © OO 
•- 1 C °° C OO 

- 03 '~' 3 '-' 

.£ ^ -^ -r 

ao^£r— hO 

c • rs ^ 00 

^ fcc © " I* 
.» oo 3 •»-' — ■ •> 

c^ .- = S! *3 

£ £r rH - 1 'O -» 

3 ©CO 3 oc • 

«< = ,^^- 
^ 3 t* -«a 

co _ » r © 

-co' - ' "fc •• 

■g .©^csg 

C— •- .-3 s 

° X "- - fcCTf 

+Jrl'On X I— I 














W 






a 













« . 




1- 
c 


"Old 


s 




2 00 

© „ 


EC 


- 


"^ . 




u 


^ O 

•J 3- 



a 
o 

SjC o 

b a 3 

~ -_ © 

r- CO 

^i- © to 

u s 

o 



00 

a 



03 



^^ 



oi -E 3 ^ 

«8 -g > 0O 
1-9 

in •> 

^S 

o 



»- = COoo 



<»I 



DO 



X) 



.5 0J 

^J S 3 © 
£ C 3 tifl 



.8 >» 

« a 

J* 
5> 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



347 



















































CM 














^3 








,cj 




























P 














.1° 








to 




























'•fi 


















































aj 














— 








w 




























rJ 














J 








-3 




























^ VI 














xi 








XI 




























3 -~. 














Tc 








~£) 




























O C3 
uc . 














a 








3 




























c -*> 














H 








H 




























PQ 














• 








• 


















a 










• 














• 




































CD 

T3 






















































p 










= 








a 








c 










7i 










fc-i 




o 










3 








o 








o 










A 










X! 




-fcJ 


















*-< 








4-> 




















a 




CO 










HO 








CO 








CO 










i-i 












O 



















O 








O 










O 










03 




pa 










pq 








pq 








PQ 










^ 










o 




• 










• 








• 








CM 

QO 










• 










• 




. 


















. 








i— I 

a, 










. 










. 




• 










. 
















CO 

l-H CO 
CO 










. 














. 


















. 








d2 

S 5 
























• 


























3 
























« 
















' 










2 - 

CO 
























• 










• 








• 








■^ 










• 










. 




.• - 


- 


X 






.- 


. 






.- 


. 






.^ « 


.^ 


.^ 






„ 


X 


! - 


^ 




.^ . 




CM 4-3 


■*— 


T-J 






o 


tfj 






•*« 


to 

yj 






►* > 


SB 


us 








„_ 


ri 


— 








t- tc 










x 






X 






<° o 

2| 


t~- r^. 












sj 






00 co 








X 








oc 






oc oo 






>- 


3 








OO "" 




i— i *j 


04 






•— 


• * 






i — 


.at 






~-> 


— i 






B.'-> 


ti. 


3 




1— ' . ». 




.. CO 

6'""' 


MO 
l~ 


81 








X 
x 


CO 




P 


OS 






c — 


83 


o 


O 

X 




d 


X 


/.' 


fo 




-co 

>• OS 

"3 ^ 




«S 


a: 


— 






c 


"1 


OS 

oo 




3 
"-a 








3 . 





Q 


X 




6 


.► 


to 


Xj 




r^ ~ 




CM=° 


> 








CI 

t-H 


o 
3 






OS 


- 






CS |« 


4 


ro 


c7 




V 


1- 


X 


J-T 




J3 
1—1 O 




t> ^h 


►-a 
re 


iO 

1 - 

JO 






- b 
So 

OCX 


c 

S3 

o 




oo 
« co 






CM O 

.* ° 
co .„ 

•3© 


t( 


89 


P 

3 
-s 
CO 




5c 

P 

t3 


X 


a 

— : 
X 


X 
X 
. — 1 




i 5 

o^ 

.-M 




.-co « 

£ r ~ 

00 t£^ 

"~" ' tttl 

r •~o 

rj CO r^ 


C) 

00 

3 






o 
so 
cc 

O 


«a 

fcc r 

CO *-i 

CO •• 
OOOJ 

oo OS 

i—i oo 




CM 
=C 

l-H 

a. 

o 


CO 

«a 

pH 


CO 

OS 
00 

— 




ch, 1865; sgt 
i,28 April, 1 

14 June, 1873 


co 

|Q 
i - 


w 

O 

3 

CO 
X 




c-i 
ao 

3 

aj 

-i— 

"3 




IS 
q 

— 

CO 
X 


Q. 

5 

(O 
i - 

X 


Ok 

< 

X 

C4 

XJ 




4 June, 1884 
89; 1st sgt., 
94. 




OO J> 

to O 

"SO 

T3 r*i 


93 


CO 

BO 


-D 




00 
OU 

13 


-3 
CJ 

5 


I— « 

o 

CM 
CM 




'Si 

« 


p 


a, 
< 

M 

p— 1 




%- CO 

CM 

— — 


DO 




< 




— i 
X 


1-8 


-l-> 
so 

X 


CI 
X 
X 


dets, 1 
eb., 18 
ec., 18 




a — ■ 

oo C 


X 




— 1 




83 

b 

CO 


a 
>* 




C3 "T> 
O 
00 . 






■* 


^h 




4J 

ofl 


bo 

Xj 


1 - 


X 


th 


gfeP 




&.": 


5 


— 
< 

CO 






P-^ 


„ 




&. 




^ 




... 


Si 


^j 




a 


- 


90 


. 


93 


a, - - 




V; CO 

O 3 


Be 

OB 








e 

«a 


xj 


a? 

a 




•-1 

8 


t£ 
ji 


0? 

a 






1 ^ 


DD 
XI 


•a 
yj 

r— I 




a 


5 
u 


■g 5 

i— 3 ^i 


*j co 3 




so 










X) 








yj 








-o^ 










o 










CO 




t— I 










r— 1 








i— i 








CM 










cc 










l-H 




1 










» 








^ 








^ 




















1 




a3 










>■ 








T3 








P 










a 










CO 




09 










b 








C 








O 










O 










O 


p 
o 

0O 

o 


Cos 








8 
















a 
o 

co 
O 

PQ 
1 

pq 

» 


43 

co 

o 

PQ 








i 


■n 


pq 










1 sf 


pq 

1 

< 

< 

- 

O 


Captain. 
II. Appleto 
July 19, 187 








« 5 
§1 

cu 


TjS 






yT 


X 

— ( 




Captain. 
II. Alline, 
0, 1881. 








■*o 

5v 


5 
pq 


re" 

X 
X 

X* 








cu -3 — 1 

5 « « 


.2 £ 

5 ° 

OS -3 








4 


,&d 


3S 
x 

i — i 






4a 


ro~ 




Ph 

o 










OS 


c3 








C0j ^ 


O 










B 
SB 


so 

— i 






— 


i5 




O 


r 










^ 


3 








5§ 



348 ADJUTANT GENERALS REPORT. [Jan. 



T5 
<v 

3 

'o 

P 

o 



a 



litary 
In- 
1. 










«H 






to 




























e3 

l-H 
l-t 














O 






























5 SO 










































* us 

■o5 Si 
a> a, 3 

•53* X 










3 


3 

c 
— 





























CD O 

3 * J 


CJ O 










= 


H 




























JS« 


PS 










HH 











































• 






























1^ 












. 






























3 












































O 




> 




































O 


N 




P-H 
•-M 






c 

■r. 






c 

■-O 








C3 

O 
*-< 

CO 
















s 

CO 

1 






03 






O 






C 





























Ph 






pq 






n 








n 






















1- 
to 




• 






• 








• 
















• 


<•-■ 




£~ 


3; 









































••> 






• 






• 








• 
















• 


T3 




010,3 




































S 




-CO 







































cci 




^00 


— 




































x • 






a9 




. 






• 








• 
















• 


cj x 




CO - 


S 




































- — 




I-H • 






































t * 






CO 








































ocTo 


1— 1 




. 






• 








• 
















. 


<D»H 








































£ " 




CD 


> 




































©a 




3 r 

• — -t-3 








































tCft'/} 

3 es . 




• 






• 








• 
















• 






_ CD 


P 




































u 





>; - 


• 






































. ■* 


.-i, 




• 






• 








• 
















• 


CO 




►»• CO 
<< 00 


es 

a 








































*J 1— 1 








































CO 










































t— 1 






• 






• 








• 
















• 






• - - 






■ •> 


. 




.^ 


# 






^ 


p, 


(KB 


„ 


„ 


<fc9 






— — - •- •> 


_C> 

> 

QQ 

<u 

3 
C 
a> 

X 

3 . 
CC x 

C 
.O 
®"x 

« X 

Es 

en 

£^ 

OS 

a 
>> 

b 

e 
W 

"3 




N — ■ 

00 ^ 

t— CO 
-1— 1 

c3_^ 
^£ 

« r-l 

£0 

.-CO 

CO - 

Si 

- to 

&+^ 
O » 

In rm 
=3 .. 

^S 
<M 30 . 
OJ i-h 00 

13 3 » 
eS^-3 




^ to 

1— 1 ■•> 

|! 

CJ 3* 
CO •" 

tt to 

00 00 

-• « 

- OQ 

rz. 1— i 

O. .. 

^ OC OS 

C5 00 30 
CM ^ 00 

- 1— ( 

co r _ 

-*^ *j r 

CO "^ CO 




Si 
00 ^ 

1— 1 .«. 

7:00 

•-S ^ 

r <d 

&3 

O trq 

CJ CM 

CO ^ 

O^ £0 

00 IP 

- *J 
CD CO 
S=^ 

^00 

+j r 

CD — 

"TJ O 

cSO 

CO 5 © 


30 

1— I 

1— 1 




co -3 ^ . 

fhw co -w -e, 

^ r ii co w 

« 00-PCD 
tO-i »O0 •- 
CD '""' •— • CO 
s- .► -t^ 

^ v* -00 s 

co ^eaSrt 
• 03 C 

35 ** •-* q,,-, 
_r-^-aoo g 


CO 

>-H 

CO 

•-» 

00 
1— 1 

i»oo 
= 00 

■-s "* 

2! to 

„ 3 

-?< 

CO - 
30.^, 

r-t ^ 

-e3 
^.« 

3 00 

-^> tr 

00 

Tf •— t 
*-H M 

- CD 

nA 3 

.2 3 
T3 "-s 




<M 30 Z! ^* OO 

_ - O l-H 

it m r r^ r 

00 .2 > „ so 

Z2 "^0 

* kT.2 • 

- 3 « 3 

cd 00 r-, ,_ 00 

rs -00 -hi 00 

0" • r—i * i-H 

to rS-A r 


c 




§,« 


b3 




c_ 


— ■• ^ 




Cm 


— ■ 


«, 






-^1 


.. 




.^ 


.- 


ao 




p-i .-0 —a ° 

ScoZoo ^"25 


wj 




g 




— 
c 


». * 




la 
C 


« 


—3 




09 


■ 


CC 


• 


■M O 


IN 




•— 




O -^ 






*a es 




*J 


od 






4^ 


cc 





t^t^ 






^00 ■* 00 tc-* 


O 




tr.ro 







CO M 




CD 


;i 









ttoo 


30 30 


^_2 








^_> co 






4J 




+a 


BO 




.a 


CO 




1— 1 








4J i-H r— 1 r— 1 CO 1— ( 






CO 






Jl 






■ji 








«d 
















CO 






1— 1 






F-H 






rH 








•* 
















i—l 










































^ 






CD 






g 






~^ 








cT 
















3 







S 












a 

























O 


K 


3 
O 

*-* 

CO 










cr 






es 






a 


*-> 
















-4J 


MO 


2 












(3 









*j 

CO 




CO 


pq 














S 


00 




3 


1 


Ih 
•ffl 

8 . 






— 




5 


aT 






- 

1 


£ «c 

















1 


•2 . 

Cm - 




"S 


-0 




CO 




TO 




1 


•« CD 


ro 












3 


3 


CO 

- * 
e 

-H 




H 






> 
= 

J 

S-c 


OS 
00 
00 

(— 1 

oT 


•« CD 

CO — 
CO ^ 


3D 

r— ( 

<—• 
~ 

V 




ft 

2 


pq 


3C 
3D 

1— 1 

co" 

^: 

CD 












to 


3 S3 
pq — 

CO M 















CD 

— 


43 
CD 


VZ 


— 


■-4 

a 




O 
O 


>> 

CD 


ri 














3 bc 

-3^ 






<J 










s 








w 
















H 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



349 



o 
pq 



to 

s 

<i 

ITS . 

<M co 

co 

Too 

>^ 

£.£ 

►a 

^ r 



CO *3 

Scm 

CO 



©CM -rfl 



CD CO 

-5^ 



-0-C3-- 



OS t» 

cc * 



^-^co^ 



C C3 

-©►» 

2^ .-** 






-M 



30 <U 



tc 

CO • 



,30 

— ' <3 ~ 00 
• _- H^ ^o 

i- CO 



00 • - 
-co 

73 ^co 

-OS 

Cs 03 

'2^.3 

00 o 

- Jh 

c res 






^°2— «8 
CC3-- 
•-30CN.- 

ira i—i — ; 

-oo ■ cd e 
•^- » . 

• Ct, •— CO 
O E C33 

OcN SS 



CO OS . 

*3 a 

oi r B 
-■ — • 

co 5 tD 

M->-3 CO 
S- 

O 00 • - 

u -co 

<-> X3 OS 
30 — -C 

i— I CO i-^ 



c 

CD 

73 

II 

•to CD 

O SO) 

52 
§W;-f 

cu 73_< 



H 



s 



Eh 
H 
P 
«l 
O 

o 

« 
O 
o 

A 

o 
o 

02 



aa 

•- 
•— 



a 

3 



"71 



O- 
cd 









o 



eo_r 
•c cm - 

*"- - 5? 

oo -o O- . 

^-CN <^ 

cd --JOao 
d£.-co 

•-CM ^ fl 

SI r£ H 

."3 *h 30 
■< 00 «J ^» 
CO ^ OS 

°co-< g 

CO |-H — 

J- r t« o 

O 4- 2. CO 

. CO<H ^H 






rco 
*- oo 

CO K 



-o 



»a • 
cfi.2 

co 
CL •*• 

o «o 

CJ 30 
i— « 
73 



-r. ^* 
30 .„ 

"-co 

-00 
3 - 

•-» ^» 

ctf • 
OS ^ t- 

S 30 

*^ -^ r-) 

co r >» 
t^ *j — 

CO—3 

> - r 

^ 2 a 
c u 
o 

(M • •- 

W »SO 

o «•"" 

5S S 



54 

° a, 

T3 
CM 



39 



O, 



S-3 



t^QO 

00 — ' 



3.^55 

CM - 

CM — ^ 
CM . U 

• a 
to cs <3 
.2 2co 

t3 CM 

63 • _ 

p ... 

9nn 
u moo 

.^ 1—4 

73 
CM 



03 &.-OCM 



OD 



S°- 30 

C^ri --30 
•-goo - 

CO ■•■— I o 

OC co . ^ 

C _ C3^, 
TOO t3 cc5 

«.2 2 •- 
^•° *-B 

•- .- .3 

'5: co c « 
oo co O . 
r-^, cj^- 

>»" ~ •- 3 

■£ >>co— i 

^ - so a, 

S. 'S? a 
& » •! .2 

8 e 3 
_ E co'G 

CM 



C3 

s 



Xoo 

03 '-* 
00 * 



3 fcO 



•-f.. 



s<5o 



OJ 

"o3 



^ .2 

o 

1— I 
CD ^"> 



a. 

I a" 

■sa a CD 

5 -j so 

S . CO 
g £» 
>_» CD "— ' 

73 CO 

B- 1 

<3 



s 

flg 

-, "3 
3 CQ 



io 



»* 5 



n3"d 

C = 3 
8.S O 

fe* 3 £ ' 

> £ cqS 

eS .=o 

^03^ 



a 

CD 
CQ 

. a" 
» o 



i>.So 

s CO OS 



co >-> 

CD 03 



350 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



See c 



13 



a 
o 



CO 

o 






c3 



o 




o 




00 




Oh 
3 

03 


C 
O 


Ss 


o 


so 


CQ 



cc 5 



si 

3J"0 



p 

2 s 

^ s 

cc 53 

o: C 

« 

P 



>m— ■ "^ © 

=?T3 .. 3 
^^ 

°1 -'-3*- 

2 -£a 

C ^^ . 

3 "75 *" ' -^ 
£ .60 

S ^ ° — 

co r 'p os 

-<N - -J -H 

"-1— I ■" ~ •« 
02 fc r «: 

re 3 <»-j" 

°?^« r 

C r <c os i5 
o tcsc oo "3 

00 I— 1 l—l c<l 



fcn 



cs 



P. 



3.JT> 

o3 3 



•-9 i—i 



a, 
< 



CI 

oo 



>> 


O. 


OS 


03 


O. 


,3 




V 


fcJ) 


„ 








-u 


. OS 


<D 


> 00 




o3^h 


r3 


fc 


00 



?^ 

oc T3 
oc 3 
00 08 



- 



J- 00 . 



C3 



fcC CU . 

— Ooo 



cu 

oo 
CI 



3 

2 a 



43 to 

CD oo 

Ti r 
c3 _! 

w fcc 
o. r 

o P* 
« o 
_ o 
-3 
CN 



O 
O - o3 

BO • 



fc 



►. 



pq 



« 



s: -? b*os 

e .5 oo 

"oo fe 3 ^ 

'S-g red" 

CO - .— ^H 



•a S O . 

C'- CM 

g '-I "-T 00 

>•£ S i- 1 

R. fa joo 

^ <CM 



^?£ 

"U — r" 

Sig ^ 3 

^ T^ — 
»^H 0* "* 

o 



>, 



CO 

=5 



a. 3 • 
^ .2 

CO 

be 

cy o3 



:0 



o 

o 



e o3 



a 

13 

8 

■§ °«; 

•t a. 00 



; c»' 



gH 



— TO 



3 3« 

1-9 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 7. 



351 



s 


s 


u 


o 






o3 


d 


CO 


CO 



-v. 

0< 



S3 
x 



o > 

^z . 

» Ci 
•<X> 90 
S* -30 

Ogn 

Si CO - 
«=>» § 

-oo>r 

^ r - 
.„ > +s 

►^ ~+* 

r» </i yj 
O -jz ao 

Z - r 

<C "O M 

-a s 

«3 .. r 

u ^ 

02 ^* 

~ —'52 

w ~ SO 
CN i-H 

(M 



•-9 3 



~oo 

o r 

*■■ 4-1 

co cn 

1—1 • 

.•;? 
~a 
i> . 

" to 



42 j. 

00 W 
CN 



cc^ Jm 



^ 



1 ~X Tj O 

-CO ^ 33 



' 00 

*; .^^- oo 

c*.cn— ' 

a* so « r 

CO 30 ja 



PQ 

03 



CO 



5 iOO 



Ooo 



• " ^ "— 1 rt a> 

- ox 7 * ^ w 

'O X 30 -— »ci 

o~ r* ' oo r 

00 *j O i— i *J 

OO - Q.£** ~ 

J= x 2~ o^ 4 

O '-CN r 02 - :r» 

cc S2 *£** 

o x « o ■* 

t— — — x »*- 

- ^ 2S 
as r — oo 

g « --CN t-l 

.£ a- -J" •> - 

T OX) • s^ 

c3 CO =0 .2 ^? 
t- —-a 3 

09 •— ' „ >-S 
j^-sj . ... 



Ci 3 

cn a 



S fee 

-_ </.■ 

C3 J 

° to 

OS * 

a- r 



04 



S "3 



•w. >» 
53 u 

<*> a 

3 8 

1> 



BQ 



X 



m 

o 
o 






3 = 



rt 



"3 

8 

e . 

•«- ** Ci 

kj CO 
*t In o 

3 a 

■a 3 



8 

ts 

.oj a 

S OS 

© ' — 
02 



ad 

x 



O 

Ph 

a 

o 

o 



a 

*3 
co 



•S ° 
8« . 

¥=^ 

CCco 

a as 



S 

cs ~ 

ff 02 

no Cu 
S O . 

•*«J 00 

Li. en 

O 



8 

^ hi 

o) a 

KC 
o ^^ 
Q 

« 

CO 



352 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



P 

o 
O 



00 

6 

s 

o 



>> 








i~ . 








a J. 
























E — c 








rr - ° 








■OS o 

£ ° 2 

of * 

o i; 








o o 








M 








c 








B 








o 








PQ 




_j 


_• 














a> 


<u 






£ 


fe 






o 


o 






h-3 


Hi 






• 


. CM *i Q. 

i— ( w OJ 


O 

•a 








• 




a 






fcfi »» 


sS 






r «co 

•< — i— • 


go 




9 






^ CO » 








-■^H t»» 






• 








00 "^ 


09 

a 




• 


1|i 


u 
9 

a 




• 


'"-' .:: <r> h 

^3 £°° S 














*j fti— : ^J 








tM 






• 


r— I 






i— I 


-05 






Ci 


<9 




oo 


•oi>3 


o 




I— 1 


<M * A 


1- 




"3 


-S .. 


o 
DC 




QO — Oi . 


a 

5 

3 




1-3 


00 _0O cc 


es* 

OB 




4a 








i— i 


P 1 -! ao <J 


OD M 




»— i 


/TV 00 O 


3 

0*3 

O 09 




1^ 

CO 








OC 

i— 1 


H (J 0« 

00-^ ^^ 


«o 




«a 


h moin 






O 


-M 


5l3 

a c 




O 


• . 0» * 

pC • ft* 3 




oo 


."2 ^ bD 


G 




1— t 


Ph^ ■» 








00 « *3 






00 

4d 


^r^" 














cc T3 tJD 


"3 




;*— co <» 


s 




DO 


+^ - •. 


W) 




ft 
u 




"C 




o 


»h C.3S U 


O 






^00 O 






(M 


O 






• 


~ 


o 


, 


"aS 


'« 


in 


S 


£ 


^ 


h5 

of 3 

8° 

O fa 

c o 


> 

O 

1 
P 


o 

hi 

lis 


i-3 1 




-<1 

s 


© . 




«= —i 


o 


tec 


< 


O 




5 ^ 



H 
fl 
<} 

H 

> 



5 



o 



■ 

03 00 




£3 


C 


a 


- 05 » 






*** 


oa 




p^ 




w 


.- 


*o >> 






.a 





03^^* 
> *~ 









pq 


d 

Q 


03 CO G 
H« . CD 







H 






& 


~ 




. 






. 


w 












fc 




0* 






. 


M 




S 








CO 




^ 








«* 




d 








00 

03 

C 




H 






d 




3 











— 






oo 


03 




d 









h! 




<^ 






pq 


m *^ 




m 






»« >M 


t».oo 










00 — < 


03 DO 










CO t^ 


£2 










■•J- CO 




^ 






i— ' »— » 














CO 


W 


• 






►" CJ 


2 c 


3D 
30 










s B 




• 






.„>— ' CO 

00 r- 1 


•w a. >> 








S-c -u> - 
03— '^3 


0} — 










73 JS 

On 
C-00 


S 

«*» 

00 

-5 

a 




• 






© •" O 

>-.o ^ 
? iTco 

^ 03 CM 

. 00 r 

os5g 


< 




• 






P 


-4-3 







M 




• 






ea 


» 






O 

Oi 
CO 
I— 1 




E 


— 

oa 




cT 

OS 


J3 


o3 




ea 

ea 

c 


'-I 

d 




QO 

1— t 








jr 


„ 




ea 


CN 




«4_ 




a i 




s 


ea 




2 — 




CM 


T3 . 




tM 


30 

i-H 




bfl 


82 




1— 









*i^T 




p 


O 







O 




rj 












Ha 

CM 


pH 






-To 




bC 


>5 
3a 

M 

— i 


par 


-»J CM 




*3 


'S 


•4-9 


"S r 




"5 
43 


c • 


■4-» 

03 
XJ 


■ojS 






£ 


h 






0> 


7i 


o3 


> 




> 





3 


>■ 


03 « 




ea 





03 


» 




^ 






Z 






. 








C 


m 


cT 






a 


O 


OS 


d 









45 


1. 








■•-» 


09 


5D 

US 

<-* 

c 


5 









00 


pq 




sm 






7 


8 2 




^ 






d 


C cp . 






Oo 

. 00 

eo* 

a- 


Cap 
W. W 

1 3, 189 


5 


S 00 

.(M 

aacM 




10 










s 










>-i 


~ 


s 




c3 'C 


C ft 


XJ 


a. 




r: a, 


■9^ 


i5 


< 


< 




£< 




•-9 








t 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



353 



to 



60 




C 




H 




m 






w 


• 


55 


<d 


t* 


a 


s 




co 


o 


8 


o 







3f>4 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[elan, 



T3 

o 

'■3 
a 

o 
O 



P3 



c 
?> 

£ 



>> 








t£_: 






X 








^a 








Sa 








B©oS 




9 








9 








■" — 








c w 22 




— a 








E-i 








E— = 








30 




•— >. 
















rd M 
edlca 








p r 
r s a, 




si 
















►as 

- '■ 








P- 


35 

o 




x5 








— 3 


















.<5 








OQ = 

C 
















• 






• 








■tj 










>> 






«. 














> 










o3 

+3 












o 
















• 


•— 






o 






"Z^ 








"3 






o 


c 








b 














a 

o 

P< 

6 






5 


1- 

o 

m 


o 
p 

c 






V 

pa 






O 

o 














£ 






fc 






< 








65 






o 




. 












i.'t 








. 






. 
















o 






























00 
















<- 














i— i 
















o 


. 












*. 








• 






a 


"O 














i« 
















c 














«- 
















=3 














& 
















"" . 














<^ 








. 






. 


<y as 






























e? ■ 














o 
















~s zz 














s 
















<_X 














w 








# 






# 


3 -a 














2 
















O^ 














•a 
















:2 


• 












S 
o 








• 






• 
















S 
















































. 












55 








, 






, 


X 


„ 












CO 








. 






. 




m 




















1 X 






- '- •" C ' »H 


© 

o 


s 




















a — 

9 - 






"3 l~» ^j «* " o 

<M 0C tf r S "S 

..2 ffs^a 


> 
o 


6 

t4_ 
























I— P-T3 OS •" 


X 


© 




















5C sj 






«a 


"T2 




















■-" o 








e 
a 

a 


13 




















►5° 






■ 


i— i 

© 




















^ Ci 








.3 
X 2 


00 




















c*2 






•o r * 2 *T « 

^ f w P r? • 

* -i3 ■'^ ~ ^Ij ~ 

cj *■ x eg •** p • 


■ * 

■> '= 

- 3 

■ r 
ac o 


> 
O 
Z 

o 

CO 




















... a 






-- 

S 3 
>> 

I* 


p 
a 
~ 

eg 

o 
a 

o 




















n - 

a 5 

© X 

< 1 


re 
0B 

3C 

l — i 

> 

D 

z 




5 m 9 * Vlo .l c ^ 

k? 5 ;c5 jx 
_ il x © „ s 


03 




i-h 


















*j fcr 


X 




OS > ^ l-s C3 - CO 


*Hi 




p 


















— c 


— 




5 § x 5: 2 oj 

»- n — ~ P oq 60 


O 


"oS 
> 
as 


< 

— < 


















> d 


1 






Z 




















Z 






00 




_^ 


^ 




•-V 1 






~ . 




. 




■ 






.2 u© 

*e* »— i 


Q 
z 

■< . 


d 


- 
o 

OQ 




s *3 

Spq 






8 M 




« 

CD 

k 
o 
•<* 




E 






■ 8 

ac — 
HO 

ee . 

o * 

o - 


C 
u 
O 

^ = 

Z 
a 

© 


o 
pq 

= 


*3 

C5 
30 


go > 

o u ? 
QQ ^ g 

g a W 


r-3 

CT. 
30 

— 

i— < 
— 
O 


-1 
o 


J o 
t5aq 

. . — 


a 

p 

c 

> 


o 
► © 




pq 

< 

s 
c 
U 


u to 

bBT3 

e ^2 




3 


X 


to 




■p 




M 00 


D 






9 






S) » 5 


< 




5 


3 
< 


3* 

— — 


3 




S — 
■•3 — 

My 


R 















1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7 



355 



to 

S 



o 



to 

c 



cog 
. a? 



c 
o 

CO 

O 

« 



o 
pq 



ad 

.a 
O 



to 



aa 



o 

pq 



CS 



a, 



as 



■C 



to 

a 
o 

W _ 

tCC! 



OS 



«*1 



CO 

^ aSoO 

bO * oT 

c " g 

^5o 



C CO 



CO 2° 

00 -. 

— -a 

rO ■• 
cv 30 

Ct, 30 

^ 30 

m> r ~ 

00 to ei 

c3oooo 

P2 - 

ga 

00 ~~ 

CN c --o 

^2 2 



03 f, © 



5 CN-3 



■°< 

© o 

CI OJ 

00 ^ 
"-' CS 

o_ a 

03 © 

CO . 



8 "* 

r— I 

PQ © 

- OS 

B s 

e3 co 

■3*|S 

C3 50^ 



to ei 

e^ 

£ - 

... .-30 
C 'M ^ 

ci as ~ 

00 30."^ 

I— I r-l t. 

. a. 

© 

•".IT c 

*5 Ml 
rO I 

^ ®W 

03 *- CS 
> S 00 

33 "^ ■"• 



0"L, 

-*- 1 © 



2*> 



p to 

3 m 



PQ 



cr si 



S3 



C to 

ci to to 



is 

r a 

©rig 

-2 fctj ^ 

OO >t» 
■"-' C ^J 

- c3 _ 

►ape 
2 5.SP 

03 a; CO 

'h .„ © 

|Q CO .-s 

,— 03 

-£^r2 

^2tH ~ 
•— i O 

> "O a 
c3C^ H 



Oi 3 
00 to 



CU & 

^ a 

Q§ 

- cr 1 

CM 

Ci ► 

OC to 

^1 

ei c3 
03 CN a 
125 



»i 00 ~ 
OS— 4 . 



O ^ cs 

C5 ^ ry-i 



OO C3 



'2-a 



a 


C3 


:j 




03 


ci 




CO 


X 


S 




o 










J3 


5C 




^ 


- 


^ 




p 


j: 


Tc 


o 




X 


.-n 


ad 


99 




xj 


30 








u 






r^ 




ci Cl 31 


ci 




30 30 
>— < r-l 


s 



si c 






%> to s-> 

^5 



c 

O 

CO 

O 

m 



aj 



30 — 



*o< 



o 

2^ 



CO 



5= OS "S SI 30 

fj-( 30 ~ — — ' 

.1 Kl 00 ^" 



03 



a 

o 

BO 

o 
PP 



T3 

O . 

M C1 

00 

• t— ( 



S o3 
osS 



o a 
o 



cc 



•x 



•S o 

P. 

o 
O 



c3Pg 
^ i— i 

S to ^ 

^1 CLJj 

^4 



1? . 

^ >.Cft 



HO 



o 



t d 03 

a oj « 

^ = -a 



o 
o 

M 

pq 

.«! '-< r-H 

^ /? - 

gPno 
to© 

■Ss 

03 .2 

o 



o c 
IS© 

S x 

c:pq 

O'DQ 

: ^* so 



Cq 



« a *h 

•Sc3^ 



356 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



a> a> = 

o o 



T3 

a 

c 

o 

O 






C 



6f 



a 
-< . 

k - 

,s 

DO 8 

ao o 

an 
«^ 

c h 
Q 

<» 

M -« 
S3 



■a 



co a 



ea 

> 
H 

3 



60 . 






o • » 

*- to 

S'OcoO 



'a 

c 



O 



o 
pq 



o 



- 
O 

■a 

-_ 



P 

2 



99 



>>2 
§ ^ 

(X p 

" 3 

o c 

to r 



© C-O 

C 2 60 

o: r s- 



D 
•■— s , 

— 00 

o r 
25 a 

•-» 



IO 

CM — 
.CO 

5.2 

b| 

•73 GO 

03 .. 
.C OJ 
— "O 
c3 oj 
> -> 
c3 t0 



o> 5 .9 
3— :* 

03 „5 

co 00 

Cos oJ 

~-22S 

c^ - 

Ci r go 

2 5"^ 

"^ 03 © 
c3 60 

S2 r 

Kt " "> m 

► CO 



3 




a 




= 


• 


u 


83 


, 


y, 


3 


— 1 


03 


M 


B 

S3 






X 






1— 1 






C 


a 




/) 




a 


fl 












s 


£ 


83 



o> - £ 
3 t-V 3 

fcf -f *- 

"3 



C<I 


s: c 

© 5 so 


Oi 


00 

I— 1 


00 S "S 



p- .1 

— c 2 <u 

— '-co 2 

o3 ~d 53 
>TJ00 e 



0-3 



a; 



60 



H 



T3 
60 



c3 



^ 5 - 
-£ >, 

or 3 

£=0 CN 

aa •— • ^ 

- r'CJ 

03 C<1 <— 1 



O C55 



C3 



Si 

22 



Q..3 

CO O 

O -T 
C*3 .3 

S o 
00 s 



r c 
El 



© — ■ © 
53 o 2 

6£o a 

f oc - 
cS -'3 

03 CM £ 



« 5 

? ao 

Sc: as 

e .00 

S M 2 



V 



&a 






60 

■c 

S 

03 
SO 
.*> - . 

Is 



- 

O 

u 






V) © 
SS GO 



. 9<35 
J«. i-H GO 

. © 

sJCO 2 

5 « 3 

Bib 
J S a 

8 C 3 
•S 60 >> 



2 
a] 

Ha 

n 

2 






2=0 
c3-^ 

ft 



3 
03 
1-9 

C 
2 
>> 

(^ 



83 — t 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



357 



o 



-d 


• 


', 


o 


*— 
ED 
P 


o 








~ 






(0 


. *- 


— 1 








pq 


tc 


m 



;ws 







. 


pi 


• 


S-c 


P3 


o 


t 


> 


-*j" 


a 


ti 


ti 


o 

a, 


00 


i— i 


^^ 




u 


03 


cS 


O 


fe 


PM 


fc 


P-l 



q3 

r— I 



'O 


T3 


<o 


a> 


m 


pa 


* 


£ 


<o 


« 


£ 


fc 




P. 

s 
o 
o 



s~ 

•ja r * 

•** i^ 

•5 " i-H 

rO E *"* 

JrPn 

3£ 



■** 

CD o«o 

■f OS 
5* fcCao 

O C •— ' 

'Sua - 

S «•» •"• 

•S o<£ 



03 

0> OS 

-»-a " H 

^^ 






03 



^5 



ad 



. 03 



8-C .r-> 

o 



< 

S 
o 
o 



s t£ 

.2 5 . 

•i .S 

•to 05 ^h 

S a> c; 

S> !-i <U 

§ o-q 



^. OS 

CD -2 
'*- <& - 

C - » 

V Cm 
so. 

a j > 
^H o 
*? 25 

s £ S 

« r- O 



358 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan 



T3 
D 

p 
o 






i- 1 






■ 

03 










5— a 






CD 
























H^O 
















c5 o'2 

g; » 2 






fe 














. >» 










%1* 






cog 










« 






& 
















• 








CO 
BO 
03 








• 








§ 


c 














s 


o 






• 








tc 

oli 

CO 


<M 






• 








• 


o 






• 








• 


■a 
















c 
















S3 
















oo 






# 








• 


« aj 
















C3 w 
















55 
















k« 






• 








• 


£3 
















2 = 
















"SP 


9 




• 








• 


a 
















o 
































> 
















fa 

a> 






• 








• 


CO 






. 








. 








• 








CO 


4> 














OJ 


.« 














a 


> 






• 








a 
















d 














to 


a 


d 




• 




CO 




d 


a> 


C3 








a> 




S3 




S 








CO 

f— i 




s 


0) 


o3 












03 


00 

A 

3 • 
CO* 


o 
cm" 




CO 
OS 


CO 

OS 


a 

Si 
03 


CO 
OS 


CD 

CO 




os 

00 

1— 1 




CO 

1— 1 


00 

1— 1 


g 


oo 

1— 1 


CO 

os 

00 








.a 


J3 


CO 


A 


1— 1 


o 

ft 




Si 

03 


a 

Si 
03 




CJ 
Si 
C3 




<p O 




s 


CO 


"E3 


^ 


e3 . 


-"2 


co 

CM 




CO 




CO 


S OS 


2 * 
a 


ef 




w 


w 


w 


w 


00 

CO i-H 


>> 


oT 




aT 


«T 


oi" 


CD 


ws" 


■£2 


T3 




•o 


T3 


"d 


T3 


- Pi 


W 


os 




C3 
fcC 




03 

fco 


o3 

to 


i>^ 
















Si iO 

02 „ 


S3 


"S 




(H 


*Sl 


Si 


Si 


C 


.O 




,fi 


,a 


rQ 


pO 
















CD 


SO 


i— i 
















03 




03 


03 


03 


OS 


"es s 


O 


;> 




> 


*» 


> 


>> 


03 B 


oJ 




cs 


03 


03 


C3 




fc 




fe 


ft 


^ 


» 


^ 




, 




s ■ 


. i 


^ 


^ 


. 




'A 

< • 


t3 




© bfl 


« to 


2 


2 


bD 


CD 






ej.H 

Sj» ** 


"cu 

CG 


"o3 

•■G 


.9 




> 






bD 


fcfl 


Q, 




. 


Q w « 


.9 


B 


OS 
CD 

Jo 

CM 

H CD 


co 3 
<» o 
wo 
a: 

C £=. 
D O 

-Ha 


£2? 


H 

O 
O 


«^ -OS 

5^ si go 


S ~TOs 

£ c3— i 
5 S - 

so S 

C3 .^ 


do" 
a * 

1" 


*Sl 

. =i 

S M 
Ssti'co 

2 03 SO 

,S- ->- r-l 

• CO 

si u 


5P 


< 




•8 ""O 

S Co; 


sb2 

3 J* 3 


•*-> CS 


o2 

rfl CD 
CD X2 
Si *^ 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



359 



ROSTER. 



Commissioned Officers in Order of Lineal Rank. 



Frederic T. Greenhalge, Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 
Staff of Commander-in-Chief. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Staff. 



Dalton, Samuel, Major General, 
Davidson, Albert , Brigadier General, 
Blood, Robert A., Brigadier General, 
Champlin, Edgar R., Brigadier General, 
Corr, Peter H., Colonel, . 
Bunting, William M , Colonel, 
Benton, Everett C, Colonel, 
Hall, George F., Colonel, . 
Carter, James L., Colonel, 
King, Frederick G., Colonel, 
Wellington, Fred W., Colonel, 
Lakin, James A , Colonel, . 
Goetting, August H., Colonel, 
Moses, George W , Colonel, 
Kenny, Charles, Colonel, . 
Capelle, William C, Colonel, 
Richardson, Frank S , Colonel, 
Hastings, Henry, Colonel, 
Barrett, William, Colonel, 
Walsh, Frederick T., Colonel, 



Jan. 


4, 1883, 




4, 1894, 


May 


28, 1896, 


Jan. 


4, 1894, 




4, 1894, 




4, 1894, 




4, 1894, 




4, 1894, 




13, 1892, 




13, 1892, 


Jan. 


4, 1894, 




4, 1894, 




4, 1894, 




4, 1894, 




4, 1894, 




1, 1895, 




4, 1894, 




4, 1894, 




4, 1894, 




4, 1894, 



Adjutant General. 
Commissary General. 
Surgeon General. 
Judge Advocate Gen. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Insp. Gen. Rifle Prac. 
Asst. Ins. General. 
Asst. Ins. General. 
Asst. Ins. General. 
Asst. Adj. General. 
Asst. Adj. General. 
Asst. Adj. General. 
Asst. Adj. General. 
Asst. Adj. General. 
Asst. Q. M. General. 
Asst. Q. M. General. 
Asst. Q. M. General. 
Asst. Q. M. General. 



Brigadiers General and Staff. 



No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Date of 

Commission. 


Brigade. 


Staff. 


1 
2 

1 
2 
3 
4 


Brigadiers General. 
Peach, Benjamin F., Jr., 
Bridges, Benjamin F., . 

Staff Officers. 
Fry, Charles C., Lieut. Colonel, 
Parker, Bowdoin S., Lieut. Colonel, 
Hersey, Freeman C., Lieut.Colonel, 
Clark, David, Lieut. Colonel, 


Feb. 18, 1882, 
Jan. 5, 1889, 

Mar. 4, 1882, 
Jan. 23, 1889, 
April 13, 1891, 
May 28,1896, 


2d. 

1st. 

2d, 
1st, 
2d, 


Asst. Adj. Gen. 
Asst. Adj. Gen. 
Med. Director. 
Med. Director. 



300 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Brigadiers General and Staff — Concluded. 







Date of 






No. 


NAME AND BANK. 


Commission. 


Brigade. 


Staff. 


1 


Briggs, Frank H., Major, . 


Jan. 2, 1890, 


1st, ' 


Asst. Insp. Gen. 


2 


Hall, Aaron A., Major, 


April 13, 1891, 


2d, 


Asst. Insp. Gen. 


3 


Cordis, Thomas F., Major, . 


Jan. 12, 1894, 


1st, 


Asst. Insp. Gen. 
Rifle Practice. 


4 


George, Elijah, Major, . 


June 7, 1894, 


2d, 


Asst. Insp. Gen. 
Rifle Practice. 


1 


Lambert, "William T., Captain, . 


Jan. 15, 1884, 


2d, 


Aide- de-Camp. 


2 


Hayden, Charles L., Captain, 


Feb. 21, 1889, 


1st, 


Brigade Q. M. 


3 


Dewey, Henry S., Captain, . 


25, 1889, 


1st, 


Judge Advocate. 


4 


Dexter, Gordon, Captain, . 


30, 1893, 


1st, 


Prov. Manual. 


5 


Rantoul, Augustus N., Captain, . 


30, 1893, 


2d, 


Brigade, Q. M. 


6 


Keeler, George A., Captain, 


8, 1894, 


1st, 


Aide-de-Camp. 


7 


Bridges, Corril E., Captain, . 


Mar. 17, 1894, 


1st, 


Aide-de-Camp. 


8 


Peppered, William S., Captain, . 


19, 1894, 


1st, 


Engineer. 


9 


Parker, Francis S , Captain, 


July 9, 1894, 


2d, 


Aide-de-Camp. 


10 


Wiley, John P., Captain, 


May 2, 1895, 


1st, 


Prov. Marshal. 


11 


Bangs, Francis R., Captain, 


July 5, 1895, 


2d, 


Judge Advocate. 


12 


Merrill, AVinthrop M., . 


June 12, 1896, 




Engineer. 


1 


Sprague, Henry W., 1st Lieut., . 


April 20, 1891, 


2d, 


Signal Officer. 


2 


Tolman, William N., 1st Lieut., . 


Feb. 16, 1894, 


1st, 


Signal Officer. 



Ambulance Corps. 



No. 


NAME AND BANK. 


Date of Commission. 


1 
2 
3 


Rolfe, "William A., 1st Lieutenant, .... 
Bell, Robert E., 2d Lieutenant, 


April 20, 1894. 
Feb. 20, 1894. 
April 20, 1894. 



Field and Staff Officers of Infantry. 







Date of 




No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Regiment. 




Colonels. 








1 


Bancroft, William A., .... 


Feb. 


7, 1882, 


5th Rrgiment. 


2 


Mathews, Thomas R., .... 


Dec. 


10, 1888, 


1st Regiment. 


3 


Clark, Embury P., 


Feb. 


2, 1889, 


2d Regiment. 


4 


Parsons, Henry, 


Mar. 


24, 1890, 


6th Regiment. 


5 


Bogan, Frederick B., . . . . 


Jan. 


3, 1893, 


9th Regiment. 


6 


Pew, William A., Jr., .... 
Lieutenant Colonels. 


June 


28, 1895, 


8th Regiment. 


1 


Edmands, Thomas F., . 


Oct. 


14, 1873, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


2 


Losan, Lawrence J., .... 


Nov. 


6, 1889, 


9th Regiment. 


3 


Woodward, Charles F. 


Mar. 


24, 1890, 


6th Regiment. 


4 


Hovey, Charles L., 




5, 1891, 


1st Regiment. 


5 


Shumway, Edwin R., .... 


Nov. 


3, 1893, 


2d Regiment. 


6 


Whitney, Jophanus H., .... 


Mav 


23, 1894, 


5th Regiment. 


7 


Johnson, Samuel A., .... 


July 


10, 1895, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


8 


Bailey, Edwin W. M. 


Oct. 


2, 1896, 


8th Regiment. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



361 



Field and Staff Officers of Infantry — Continued. 







Date of 




No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Keglment. 


1 


Majors. 
Grady, Patrick J., . 


April 8, 1881, 


9th Regiment. 


2 


Rogers, George R., . 






May 29, 1883, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


3 


Cbaffin, George H., . 






16, 1884, 


6th Regiment. 


4 


Donovan, William H., 






June 27, 1888, 


9th Regiment. 


5 


Benyon, George H., . 






July 21, 1888, 


5th Regiment. 


6 


Oakes, William H., . 






Jan. 30, 1889, 


5th Regiment. 


7 


Southmayd, Frederick G., 






Feb. 2, 1889, 


2d Regiment. 


8 


Taylor, George H.. . 






July 2, 1890, 


6th Regiment. 


9 


Morgan, Richard II., 






May 5, 1891, 


1st Regiment. 


10 


Dyar, Perlie A., 






5, 1891, 


1st Regiment. 


11 


O'Connor, Michael J., 






Mar. 30, 1892, 


9th Regiment. 


12 


Darling, Charles K., 






April 4, 1893, 


6th Regiment. 


13 


Pfaff, Charles. . 






May 18, 1893, 


1st Regiment. 


14 


Whipple, Rueben A., 






Nov. 3, 1893, 


2d Regiment. 


15 


Mossman, Adelbert M., . 






May 23, 1894, 


5th Regiment. 


16 


Dow, William C, . 






June 28, 1895, 


8th Regiment. 


17 


Peck, Walter F., 






July 10, 1895, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


18 


Fairbanks, Henry B., 






30, 1895, 


2d Regiment. 


19 


Damon, Frank C, . 






Oct. 2, 1896, 


8th Regiment. 


20 


Stopford, William, . 






2, 1896, 


8th Regiment. 


21 


Graves, Frank A., . 






2, 1896, 


8th Regiment. 




Adjutants — First Lieutenants 








1 


Fitz, Andrew, .... 




April 13, 1880, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


2 


Hill, J. Edward R., . 






Mar. 26, 1883, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


3 


Ballard, Harry P., . 






Oct. IS, 1888, 


5th Regiment. 


4 


Frye, James A., 






May 9, 1891, 


1st Regiment. 


5 


Kelley, Joseph J., . 






April 16, 1892, 


9th Regiment. 


6 


Soutter, James T., . 






12, 1893, 


6th Regiment. 


7 


Eldredge, Edward H., 






Nov. 27, 189.-), 


8th Regiment. 


8 


Hawkins, Paul R., . 






May 12, 1896, 


2d Regiment. 




Quartermasters — First Lieutenants. 






1 


Simonds, Edward A., .... 


July 1, 1868, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


2 


Colson, Charles D., . 






16, 1881, 


2d Regiment. 


3 


Karnes, Frederick P., 






Feb. 20, 1882, 


5th Regiment. 


4 


Woodman, Charles B., 






April 24, 1883, 


1st Regiment. 


5 


Nugent, James H., . 






July 16, 1883, 


9th Regiment. 


6 


Lovering, Charles T , 






Feb. 21, 1894, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


7 


Carpenter, John M., 






April 15, 1892, 


6th Regiment. 


8 


Wonson, Charles Fred, . 






July 16, 1895, 


8th Regiment. 




Surgeons — Majors. 
Richardson, William L , . 






I 


Nov. 6, 1875, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


2 


Marion, Otis H., 






April 18, 1883, 


1st Regiment. 


3 


Rice, Charles H., 






Dec. 27, 1884, 


6th Regiment. 


4 


Devine, William II., 






May 1,1S88, 


9th Regiment. 


5 


Foster, Charles C, . 






Mar. 22, 1889, 


5th Regiment. 


6 


Simpson, James E., . 






Mav 1, 1896, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


7 


Cogswell, William, . 






20, 1896, 


8th Regiment. 


8 


Brown, Orland J., . 






30, 1896, 


2d Regiment. 




Assista?it Surgeons — First Lieutenants. 






1 


Green, Charles M., 


Aug. 3, 1881, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


2 


Dearing, Howard S., 






April 1, 18H7, 


1st Regiment. 


3 


O'Callaghan, Dennis F., . 






June 15, 1888, 


9th Regiment. 


4 


Chase, H. Lincoln, . 






July 25, 1889, 


5th Regiment. 


5 


Porter, Omer P., 






April 5, 1890, 


6th Regiment. 


6 


Jenkins, Thomas L., 






May 20, 1896, 


8th Regiment. 


7 


Herrick, Thomas T., 






June 1, 1896, 


2d Regiment. 


8 


Voss, J. Williams, . 






July 10, 1896, 


2d Corps Cadets. 



362 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Field and Staff Officers of Infantry — Concluded. 







Date of 




No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Regiment. 




Paymaster — Captain. 








1 


Stevens, Charles E., .... 
Paymasters — First Lieutenants. 


Jan. 


9, 1874, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


2 


Maloon, Edward A., 


April 


28, 1883, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


3 


Parker, Horace B., . 




. 


May 


26, 188§, 


1st Regiment. 


4 


Warren, Albert C 




. 


Dec. 


27, 1889, 


5th Regiment. 


5 


Tucker, Edward G., . 




, 


May 


14, 1890, 


6th Regiment. 


6 


Dobbins, Henry, 




. 


Feb. 


12, 1891, 


9th Regiment. 


7 


Edson, Archibald C, 




, 


Mar. 


19, 1892, 


2d Regiment. 


8 


Wheatland, George, Jr., . 




• 


July 


16, 1895, 


8th Regiment. 




Inspectors of Rifle Practice — First 










Lieutenants. 








1 


Edes, Robert B., 


Aug. 


17, 1886, 


5th Regiment. 


2 


Breen, John, 






June 


21, 1888, 


9th Regiment. 


3 


Hayes, William A., 2d, . 






Feb. 


7, 1889, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


4 


Jones, James William, 






Aug. 


3, 1893, 


6th Regiment. 


5 


Paine, John B., 


, 




June 


20, 1894, 


1st Regiment. 


6 


Barroll, Thomas D., 






Dec. 


26, 1895, 


8th Regiment. 


7 


Tuckerman, Charles S., . 






May 


1, 1896, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


8 


Taylor, Albert E., . 








12, 1896, 


2d Regiment. 




Chaplai?is. 








1 


Butler, Ellery C, 


Jan. 


3, 1881, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


2 


Barrows, Samuel J., 






Oct. 


5, 1882, 


5th Regiment. 


3 


Lee, James, 






July 


1, 1884, 


9th Regiment. 


4 


Dusseault, William F., . 






May 


14, 1890, 


6th Regiment. 


5 


Welwood, George C, 








9, 1891, 


2d Regiment. 


6 


Sanders, George D., . 








21, 1891, 


8th Regiment. 


7 


Horton, Edward A., 


June 


6, 1896, 


1st Regiment. 



Line Officers of Infantry. 







Date of 






No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Co. 


Regiment. 




Captains. 










1 


Braley, Sierra L 


Dec. 


17, 1878, 


M, 


1st Regiment. 


2 


Appleton, Francis H., . 




. 


July 


19, 1879, 


A, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


3 


Alline, Wm. H., . 




. 


Aug. 


10, 1881, 


B, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


4 


Rice, Henry B., . 




. 


Mar. 


13, 1883, 


D, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


5 


Robeson, Andrew, 




. 


June 


5, 1883, 


c, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


6 


Frothingham, Joseph H 


[., . 


. 


May 


27, 1887, 


D, 


1st Regiment. 


7 


Morrison, Walter E., . 




. 


Nov. 


21, 1887, 


K, 


5th Regiment. 


8 


Leonard, John J., . 




. 


Mar. 


8, 1888, 


G, 


2d Regiment. 


9 


Williamson, Charles, 




, 




19, 1888, 


I, 


1st Regiment. 


10 


Murray, Geo. F. H., 




. 


May 


1, 1888, 


B, 


9th Regiment. 


11 


Murray, Freeman, 




. 


Jan. 


2, 1889, 


D, 


8th Regiment. 


12 


McDonald, Henry, 




. 


Feb. 


11, 1889, 


B, 


2d Regiment. 


13 


Danforth, Norris O., 




. 


Sept. 


16, 1889, 


F, 


1st Regiment. 


14 


Keefe, Daniel J., . 




, . 




17, 1889, 


A, 


9th Regiment. 


15 


Hayes, John J., . 




, . 


Feb. 


11, 1890, 


H, 


9th Regiment. 


16 


Joubert, Joseph H., 




. . 


May 


6, 1890, 


F, 


9th Regiment. 


17 


Magurn, Frank T. L., 




, . 




12, 1890, 


D, 


9th Regiment. 


18 


Stover, Willis W., 




. . 


Nov. 


17, 1890, 


A, 


5th Regiment. 


19 


Pierce, Frederick E., 




. . 


Jan. 


16, 1891, 


L, 


2d Regiment. 


20 


Chick, Albert B., . 




• 


Feb. 


4, 1891, 


G, 


1st Regiment. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



363 



Line Officers of Infantry — Continued. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Regiment. 



Captains — Concluded 
Sbaiigbnessey, William F., 
Whiting, Fred M., 
Williams, William J., 
Little. Philip, 
Clement, Murray 1)., 
Mitten, Anthony D., 
Quinby, George P., 
Locke, Elmore E., 
Priest, George II., 
Butler, Willard C, 
Meredith, Francis, Jr., 
Carr, Edward B., . 
Williams, Henry L., 
Gihon, Edward J., 
Lombard, Walter E , 
Goodell, Ulysses A., 
Quinlan, Thomas F., 
Mason, Edward E., 
Morris, Michael E., 
Devlin, George A., 
Horton, Frank S., 
Kimball, George 1)., 
Crosier, William J., 
Barrett, Edwin G., 
Westcott, John U., 
Moynihan, Jeremiah, 
Reed, Charles P., . 
Pnrbeck, Dudley B., 
Nutter, Charles 'P., 
Shea, John J., 
Hean, Horace S., . 
Hicks, Herhert O., 
Sullivan, John J., . 
Hassam, Walter E., 
Ropes, Reuben W., 
Rider, Phineas L , 
Perkins, Alexander G. 
Pratt, Walter L., . 
Bordman, John, Jr., 
Mace, Wilmot U., 
Horton, Edward J , 
Forbes, James, 
Dow, William C, . 
Cook, Cyrus H., . 
Barber, Philip I., . 
Blake, Walter F., . 
Dunn, John H., . 
Greig, Alexander, Jr., 
Clark, Herbert A., 
Hanson, Linwood E., 
Stone, Arthur L., . 
Williams, John E., 
Springer, Ernest R., 
Slee, Charles A., . 
Robertson, Robert, 
\V bitten, Herbert W. f 
Warriner, William S., 

First Lieutenants. 
Ticknor, Thomas B., . 
Clarke, William B., . 
Tisdell, Moses H., 



Mar. 
April 

May 

June 
Aug. 

Mar. 
May 
July 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Jan. 

Mar. 
July 

Nov. 
Dec. 
Jan. 

Feb. 

April 

Aug. 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Mar. 

June 



July 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 



April 
May 



June 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Dec. 



15, 


1891, 


20, 


1891, 


1, 


1891, 


11, 


1891, 


11, 


1891, 


10, 


1891, 


21, 


1891, 


18, 


1892, 


16, 


1892, 


16, 


1892, 


24, 


1892, 


13, 


1892, 


2, 


1893, 


23, 


1893, 


10, 


1893, 


6, 


1893, 


10, 


1893, 


27, 


1893, 


18, 


1893, 


26, 


1894, 


26, 


1894, 


14, 


1894, 


5, 


1891, 


23, 


1894, 


27, 


1894, 


18, 


1894, 


21, 


1894, 


11, 


1895, 


25, 


1895, 


14, 


1895, 


25, 


1895, 


25, 


1895, 


28, 


1895, 


12, 


1895, 


13, 


1895, 


12, 


1895, 


16, 


1895, 


27, 


1896, 


8, 


1896. 


24, 


1896, 


19, 


1896, 


20, 


1896, 


23, 


1896, 


9, 


1896, 


4, 


1896, 


11, 


1896, 


18, 


1896, 


8, 


1896, 


15, 


1896, 


5, 


1896, 


21, 


1896, 


26, 


1896, 


30, 


1896, 


4, 


1896, 


14 


1896, 


18 


1896, 



Aug. 31, 1881, 
May 8, 1883, 
July 18,1888, 



K, 
L, 
L, 

F, 

M, 

K, 

L, 

B, 

D, 

H, 

G, 

I, 

A, 

B, 

K, 

C, 

B, 

L, 

F, 



D, 
A, 
E, 
G, 
M, 
H, 
C, 
D, 
B, 
M, 
E, 
H, 

C, 

A, 

H, 

A, 

F, 

G, 

L, 

F, 

I, 

E, 

E, 

I, 

C, 

I, 

G, 

F, 

I, 

C, 

c, 

E, 

M, 
K, 



D, 

B, 
A, 



9th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
5tb Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 



1st Corps Cadets. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
2d Regiment. 



364 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Line Officers of Infantry — Continued. 







Date of 






No. 


NAME AND BANK. 


Commission. 


Co. 


Regiment 




First Lieutenants — Continued. 








4 


Tolman, William S., . 


Dec. 10, 188S, 


A, 


5th Regiment. 


5 


Goodridge, Henry B., . 






Jan. 2, 1889, 


D, 


8th Regiment. 


6 


Bouve. Walter L., 






Feb. 19, 1889. 


c, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


7 


Flanigan, Benjamin J., 






11, 1890, 


H, 


S)th Regiment 


8 


Sands, Patrick A., 






May 6, 1890, 


F, 


9th Regiment. 


9 


Crane, Henry, 






12, 1890, 1 


c, 


9th Regiment. 


10 


Kineaide, Henrv L., 






June 9, 1S90, 


K, 


5th Regiment. 


11 


Crotty, David M., 






Feb. 5. 1891, 


D, 


9th Regiment. 


12 


Cannon, Peter J., . 






Mar. 23, 1891, 


K, 


9th Regiment. 


13 


Jackson, William H., . 






April 20, 1891, 


L, 


6th Regiment. 


14 


Nostrom, Charles F., . 






Mar 11, 1891, 


c. 


1st Regiment. 


15 


Howes, Frederic S., 






Aug. 10, 1891, 


K, 


1st Regiment. 


16 


Keenan, John S , . 






Sept. 14, 1891, 


D, 


1st Regiment. 


17 


Day, John E , 






21, 1891, 


B, 


1st Regiment. 


18 


Mann, James H., . 






Feb. 8, 1892, 


L, 


5th Regiment. 


19 


Moulton, Horatio D., . 






Mar. 18, 1892, 


B, 


6th Regiment. 


20 


Field, Charles H , 






April 8, 1892, 


L, 


2d Regiment. 


21 


McDonald, b'red, . 






July 16, 1892, 


H, 


5th Regiment. 


22 


Fairweather, William, . 






Aug. 24, 1892, 


G, 


6th Regiment. 


23 


Fuller, David, 






Nov. 22, 1892, 


M, 


1st Regiment. 


24 


Flanders, Philip J.. 






Jan. 2, 1893, 


A, 


6th Regiment. 


25 


Phillips, Ferdinand H., 






Feb. 20, 1893, 


F, 


1st Regiment. 


26 


EUggins, Andrew M., . 






Mar. 10, 1893, 


K, 


6th Regiment. 


27 


Spencer, John E . 






April 28, 1893, 


A, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


28 


Rogers, George M , 






July 10, 1893, 


A, 


9th Regiment. 


29 


Fates, Harold E., . 






10, 1893, 


M, 


6th Regiment. 


30 


Hamilton. Clifford E., . 






Aug. 7, 1*93, 


F, 


5th Regiment. 


31 


Murphy, Daniel J., 






Nov. 27, 1893, 


L, 


9th Regiment. 


32 


Chamberlain, Harold B 


., 




Dec. 18, 1893, 


F, 


6th Regiment. 


33 


Packard, Daniel W., 






18, 1893, 


I, 


1st Regiment. 


34 


Young, William L., 






Jan I, 1894, 


B, 


2d Regiment 


35 


Worthen, George E., 






26, 1894, 


D, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


36 


Hosmer, Frank P., 






April 13, 1894, 


E, 


2d Regiment. 


37 


Lowe, George H., 






23, 1894, 


E, 


5th Regiment. 


38 


Facey, Charles W., 






May 7, 1894, 


B. 


5th Regiment. 


39 


Walsh, James F., 






June 19, 1894, 


B, 


9th Regiment. 


40 


Hines, Mathew E., 






Aug. 27, 1894, 


G, 


9th Regiment. 


41 


Joy, Frank L., 






Nov. 13, 1894, 


A, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


42 


Lewis, Arthur E., 






19, 1894, 


D, 


r»th Regiment. 


43 


Thaver. Glenrov A., 






Dec. 17, 1894, 


I, 


2d Regiment. 


44 


Wade, William' W., 






17, 1894, 


G, 


5th Regiment. 


45 


Nichols, Walter P., 






21, 1894, 


H, 


8th Regiment. 


46 


Fowler, Albert A., 






Jan. 23, 1895, 


F, 


2d Regiment. 


47 


Gillow, Joseph S., 






Feb. 12, 1895, 


M, 


9th Regiment. 


48 


Swan, William L , 






Mar. 20, 1895, 


L, 


1st Regiment. 


49 


Webb, Arthur N., 






June 21, 1895, 


B, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


50 


Simmons, George E., 






25, 1895, 


M, 


2d Regiment. 


51 


Barry, John J., 






25, 1895, 


E, 


9th Regiment. 


52 


Prior, Wright S., . 






28, 1895, 


H, 


2d Regiment. 


53 


Inman, Harry B., 






July 8, 1895, 


c, 


5th Regiment. 


54 


Ropes, Charles F., 






12, 1895, 


c, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


55 


McNeilley, John S., 






Aug. 7, 1895, 


E, 


6th Regiment. 


56 


Gilman, William F., 






13, 1895, 


c, 


2d Regiment. 


57 


Flanders, William F., 






Oct. 12, 1895, 


A, 


8th Regiment. 


58 


Renfrew, William, 






Dec. 16, 1895, 


H, 


1st Regiment. 


59 


Hathaway, Thomas S. 


■ 




23, 1895, 


E, 


1st Regiment. 


60 


Wilson, Frank S., 






Jan. 8, 1896, 


G, 


1st Regiment. 


61 


Fullerton, E. Dwight, 






27, 1896, 


A, 


1st Regiment. 


62 


Crawley, Thomas F., 






Feb. 20, 1896, 


F, 


8th Regiment. 


63 


Sweetser, Warren E., 






25, 1896, 


H, 


6th Regiment. 


64 


Hart, Joseph S., . 






Mar. 23, 1896, 


I, 


6th Regiment. 


65 


Pettingell, John M., 






April 3, 1896, 


B, 


8th Regiment. 





1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



365 



Line Officers of Infantry — Continued. 







Date of 






No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Co. 


Kcgimcnt. 




First Lieutenants — Concluded. 








66 


McDowell, John F., 


May 4, 1896, 


D, 


6th Regiment. 


67 


Casey, William J., 






11, 1S96, 


I, 


9th Regiment. 


(IS 


Swift, Lewis H., . 






18, 1896, 


c, 


6th Regiment. 


69 


Sykes, George H., 






June 8, 1896, 


I, 


5th Regiment. 


70 


Chambers, Joseph S., . 






23, 1896, 


L, 


8th Regiment. 


71 


French, Henry \V., 






Oct. 19, 1896, 


K, 


8th Regiment. 


72 


Tucker, Frank, 






30, 1896, 


C, 


8th Regiment. 


73 


Quirk', Joseph P , . 






Nov. 27, 1896, 


G, 


2d Regiment. 


74 


Hunter, Robert W., 






Dec. 2, 1896, 


I), 


2d Regiment. 


75 


Wardwell, Lenville 11., 






4, 1896. 


E, 


8th Regiment. 


76 


Donney, Frank H., 






8, 1896, 


I, 


8th Regiment. 


77 


Ingersoll, Charles L., . 






11, 1896, 


G, 


8th Regiment. 


78 


Canfield, George I., 






14, 1896, 


M, 


8th Regiment. 


79 


Powers, Philip C, 






18, 1896, 


K, 


2d Regiment. 




Second Lieutenants. 








1 


Hilliker, Charles T., . 


Jan. 2, 1889, 


D, 


8th Regiment. 


2 


Desmond, Michael J., . 






June 20, 1890, 


B, 


9th Regiment. 


3 


Carey, John B., 






Feb. f), 1891, 


D, 


9th Regiment. 


1 


Boles Michael S., 






13, 1891, 


F, 


9th Regiment. 


.") 


Gallagher, John B., 






Mar 23, 1891, 


K, 


9th Regiment. 


6 


Chapman, Herbert L., 






Aug. 10, 1891 


K, 


1st Regiment. 


7 


Dana, James W., . 






Sept. 14, 1891, 


D, 


1st Regiment. 


8 


Underwood, Marshall, 






21. 1891 


B, 


1st Regiment. 


9 


Marshall, George L., 






Oct. 12, 1891 


M, 


8th Regiment. 


10 


Catting, Frank F., 






Feb 8, 1892 


L, 


5th Regiment. 


11 


Colburn, David W., 






Mar. 18, 1892 


B, 


6th Regiment. 


12 


Dunton, Edwin A., 






June 13, 1892 


D, 


5th Regiment. 


13 


Horton, George E., 






20, 1892 


I, 


1st Regiment. 


11 


Gilson, Henry Y., 






Aug. 11, 1892 


H, 


5th Regiment. 


15 


Howard, George S., 






24, 1892 


G, 


6th Regiment. 


16 


Borden, Walter F., 






Nov. 22, 1892 


M, 


1st Regiment. 


17 


Walton, Charles E., 






Jan. 2, 1893 


A, 


6th Regiment. 


18 


Meek, William J., 






Feb. 20, 1893 


F, 


1st Regiment. 


19 


Sears, Richard D., 






Mar. 14, 1893 




1st Corps Cadets. 


20 


Currier, Edward E., 






April 11, 1893 


- 


1st Corps Cadets. 


21 


McNulty, Philip, . 






May 4, 1893 


M, 


9th Regiment. 


22 


Bray, Roland W , 






June 22, 1893 


A, 


5th Regiment. 


23 


Sullivan, Timothy J., 






July 10, 1893 


A, 


9th Regiment. 


24 


Connealev, Philip, 






Nov. 27, 1893 


L, 


9th Regiment. 


25 


Clark, Thomas F., 






Jan. 9, 1894 


H, 


9th Regiment; 


26 


Taylor, Franklin G , 






11, 1894 


F, 


6th Regiment. 


27 


Foley, Joseph J., . 






15, 1894 


c, 


9th Regiment. 


28 


Lucke, Frederick H., 






April 5, 1894 


A, 


2d Regiment. 


29 


Gray, Edwin R., . 






13, 1894 


E, 


2d Regiment. 


30 


Nelson, Otto J. C, 






23, 1894 


E, 


5th Regiment. 


31 


Kirby, Charles J., 






Mav 7, 1894 


B, 


5th Regiment. 


32 


Hurley, John F., . 






Aug. 27, 1894 


G, 


9th Regiment. 


33 


Groves, Charles H., 






Sept. 18, 1894 


, M, 


5th Regiment. 


34 


Smith, B. Farnham, 






Oct. 27, 1894 


, I, 


6th Regiment. 


35 


Wells, Herbert C, 






Nov. 13, 1894 




1st Corps Cadets. 


36 


Braxton, George W., 






23, 1894 


L, 


6th Regiment. 


37 


Wetherbee, Winthrop, 






Dec. 14, 1894 




1st Corps Cadets. 


38 


Moynihan, Daniel J., 






17, 1894 


\ h 


2d Regiment. 


39 


McCarthy, Thomas, 






17, 1894 


, G, 


5th Regiment. 


40 


Hall, Arthur E., . 






April 24, 1895 


c, 


1st Regiment. 


41 


Cheney, Fred A., . 






May 1, 1895 


, L, 


1st Regiment. 


42 


Laferriere, Ernest J., 






June 25, 1895 


M, 


2d Regiment. 


43 


Fish, Edward B., . 






28, 1895 


H, 


2d Regiment. 


44 


Coolidge, Clarence W., 






Aug. 7, 1895 


E, 


6th Regiment. 


45 


Allen, Frank L., . 






13, 1895 


c, 


2d Regiment. 


46 


Whitney, William H., 






Sept. 23, 1895 


K, 


5th Regiment. 



366 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Line Officers of Infantry — Concluded. 







Date of 






No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Co. 


Regiment. 




Second Lieutenants — Concluded. 








47 


Langdon, George W., . 


Oct. 30, 1895, 


A, 


8th Regiment. 


48 


Grant, Bertie E., . 






Dec. 16, 1895, 


H, 


1st Regiment 


49 


Crowley, William A. , . 






17, 189.K 


E, 


9th Regiment. 


50 


Gibbs, Joseph L., . 






23, 1895, 


E, 


1st Regiment. 


51 


Putney, Newton E., 






Jan. 14, 1896, 


K, 


6th Regiment. 


52 


Gindrat, Louis R., 






20, 1896, 


F, 


5th Regiment. 


53 


Eaton, A. Mason, Jr., . 






Feb. 19, 1896, 


A, 


1st Regiment. 


54 


Jewell, David E , . 






Mar. 20, 1896, 


F, 


8th Regiment. 


55 


Stinson, Frank, 






April 20, 1896, 


B, 


8th Regiment. 


56 


Lynch, Christopher M., 






May 4, 1896, 


D, 


6th Regiment. 


57 


Culley, James A., . 






11, 1896, 


I, 


9th Regiment. 


58 


Vesper, Harry J.,. 






11, 1896, 


B, 


2d Regiment. 


59 


Barnstead, George R., 






11, 1896, 


H, 


6th Regiment. 


60 


Costello, Frank I., 






18, 1896, 


c, 


6th Regiment. 


61 


Richardson, Charles A. 






June 8, 1896, 


I, 


5th Regiment. 


62 


Brackett, James L., 






23, 1896, 


L, 


8th Regiment. 


63 


Potter, Albert L., . 






Sept. 5, 1896, 


F, 


2d Regiment. 


64 


Barrett, John F., . 






5, 1896, 


F, 


2d Regiment. 


65 


Estey, Frank L., . 






Oct. 19, 1896, 


K, 


8th Regiment. 


66 


Daley, Robert W.. 






26, 1896, 


c, 


5th Regiment. 


67 


Shattuck, Fred. M., 






30, 1896, 


c, 


8th Regiment. 


68 


Stopford, Frederick W. 


> 




Dec. 4, 1896, 


E, 


8th Regiment. 


69 


Sweeney, Thomas A., 






Nov. 27, 1896, 


G, 


2d Regiment. 


70 


Phillips, Francis D., 






Dec. 2, 1896, 


D, 


2d Regiment. 


71 


Cann, Edward C, 






8, 1896, 


I, 


8th Regiment. 


72 


Mclsaac, Charles M., 






11, 1896, 


G, 


8th Regiment. 


73 


Mason, Fayette B., 






11, 1896, 


L, 


2d Regiment. 


74 


Canrield, George I., 






14, 1896, 


M, 


8th Regiment. 


75 


Parkhurst, Harry H., 






18, J896, 


K, 


2d Regiment. 


76 


Masury, S. Frank, 






29, 1896, 


H, 


8th Regiment. 





1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



367 



Field, Staff and Line Officers of Artillery, 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Major. 
Duchesney, Lawrence N , 



Adjutant, rank First Lieutenant. 
Clayton, Fred I., 



Quartermaster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Hennessey, William H., 



Surgeon, rank Major 
Harvey, John F., . 



Assistant Surgeon, rank First Lieutenant. 
Brooks, William A., Jr., 



Veterinary Stirgeon, rank First Lieutenant. 
Osgood, Frederic II., 



Paymaster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Clapp, Henry B., 



Captains. 
Stedman, William L., . 
Bruso, Joseph Jr., . 
Evving, William D., 



First Lieutenants. 
Sanborn, George A., 
Haynes, Herbert W., 
Sargent, Charles F., 
Gould, William T., 
Peabody, Jacob C. R., 
Ames, Butler, 



Second Lieutenants. 
Goldsmith, George H., . 
Powell, John S, . 
Wainwright, Amory D., 
Lewis, William A., 



May 19, 1893, 

Mar. 6, 1895, 

May 24, 1893, 

May 26, 1893, 

May 23, 1895, 

' April 5, 1893, 

May 24, 1893, 



May 24, 1893, 
Mar. 24, 1894, 
May 8, 1895, 



Oct. 14, 1887, 
April 1, 1892, 
May 24, 1893, 
Mar. 24, 1894, 
May 8, 1895, 
Mar. 23, 1896, 



May 24, 1893, 

May 24, 1893, 

May 8, 1895, 

Sept. 30, 1896, 



A, 



C, 
B, 
A, 



C, 
B, 
C, 
B, 
A, 
A, 



C, 
C, 
A, 
B, 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 



1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 
Unattached. 



1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 



368 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Field, Staff and Line Officers of Cavalry. 



XAME AND RAXK. 



Date ot 
Commission. 



Co. 



Major. 



Kemp, Horace G., . 



Adjutant, rank First Lieutenant. 
Locke, Frank L., 



Quartermaster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Newton, Sullivan B., . 



Surgeon, rank Major. 
Mills, George Westgate, 



Assistant Surgeon, ra?ik First Lieutenant. 
Howard, Amasa, 



Veterinary Surgeon, rank First Lieutenant. 
Peters, Austin, 



Paymaster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Pierce, James W., 



Inspector Rifle Practice, rank First Lieut. 
Litchfield, Horace D 



Chaplain. 
Rider, William H., 



Captains. 
Shaw, Elisha H., . 
Perrins, William A., 
Jones, Oscar A., . 



First Lieutenants. 
Leigh ton, Amos R., 
Perrins, John, Jr., 
Young, Doris A., . 



Second Lieutenants. 
Quigley, William J., 
Fairbanks, James L., . 
Guild, Curtis, Jr 



Mar. 25, 1884, 
Jan. 14, 1889, 
Jan. 31, 1882, 
Aug. 13, 1894, 
Feb. 19, 1889, 
June 29, 1891, 
April 5, 1887, 
June 27, 1893, 
April 15, 1884, 



Sept. 16, 1893, 
Jan. 16, 1895, 
May 7, 1895, 



Sept. 16, 1893, 
Jan. 16, 1895, 
May 7, 1895, 



Sept. 16, 1893, 
Jan. 16, 1895, 
May 7, 1895, 



F, 



F, 
D, 
A, 



F, 
D, 
A, 



F, 
D, 
A, 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT- Xo. 7. 



369 



Field, Staff and Line Officers of Naval Brigade. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Captain. 



Weeks, John W., 



Lieutenant Commanders. 
Dennv, Arthur K., ... 

Paul.'William M., 



Adjutant, rank Lieutenant. 
Dodd, Edward Felham, 



Ordnance Officer, rank Lieutenant. 
Sweet, Henry N., 



Equipment Officer, rank Lieutenant. 
Cutts, Harry M., 



Paymaster, rank Lieutenant. 
Williams, Franklin D., .... 



Surgeon, rank Lieutenant Commander. 
Allen, Gardner W. 



Engineer, rank Lieutenant. 
Fry, Alfred'!*., .... 



Signal Officer, rank Lieutenant, Junior 

Grade. 

(Vacancy.) 



Assistant Surgeon, rank Lieutenant, Junior 
Grade. 

Ai.br, Edward II 

Balch, Franklin G., 



Lieutenants, Chief of Division. 
Sears, Henry D., . 
Dexter, Jenness K., 
Dillaway, .James II., Jr., 
Edgar, William B., 
Porter, James Otis, 
Gardner, George N., 
Jones, Gardner I., 
Foster, Charles A., 



Lieutenants, Junior Grade. 
Brigham, Charles H , . 
Thomas, A. Ernest, 
Crossman, Henry S., 
Von Loesecke, Magnus F. S 
Fuller, Horace F., 
Cohn, William O., 
Buffi ngton, George R. H., 



Apr. 3, 1894, 



Apr. 22, 1893, 
Apr. 3, 1894, 



Apr. 25, 1894, 
Mar. 22, 1893, 
Aug. 13, 1894, 
Feb. 25, 1896, 
Apr. 25, 1894, 
Mar. 22, 1893, 



Oct. 19, 1893, 
May 8, 1894, 



Sept. 30, 1892, 

Mar. 6, 1893, 

Apr. 17, 1894, 

Dec. 11, 1894, 

Feb. 11, 1896, 

Mar. 2, 1896, 

May 8, 1896, 

Dec. 1, 1896, 



Mar. 25, 
Nov. 2H, 
Mar. 6, 
June 30, 
April 17, 
June 20, 
April 16, 



1890, 
1892, 
1893, 
1893. 
1894, 
1894, 
1895, 



E, 
H, 
B, 
F, 
C, 
O, 
D, 
A, 



B, 
G, 
H, 
E, 
B, 
H, 
F, 



Brigade. 



2d Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



Brigade. 



Brigade. 



Brigade. 



Brigade. 



Biigade. 



Brigade. 



2d Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



2d Battalion. 
2d Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
2d Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
2d Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 
2d Battalion. 
2d Battalion. 
2d Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
2d Battalion. 
2d Battalion. 



370 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Field, Staff and Line Officers of Naval Brigade — Concluded. 





Date of 






NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Co. 




Lieutenants, Junior Grade — Concluded. 












May 


14, 1895, 


F, 


2d Battalion. 


Chase, Daniel, 


Jan. 


16, 1896, 


E, 


2d 3attalion. 




May 


8, 1896, 


D, 


1st Battalion. 


McKay, William E., 


Oct*. 


20, 1896, 


c, 


1st Battalion. 


Eiisigns. 










Barr, Walter S , . 


Mar. 


6, 1893, 


H, 


2d Battalion. 


Hough, Charles T., Jr., 








28, 1893, 


D, 


1st Battalion. 


Pierce, Albert R., . 






April 


5, 1893, 


G, 


2d Battalion. 


Sughrue, Daniel H., 










17, 1894, 


B, 


1st Battalion. 


Solomon, Frank L., 








May 


15, 1894, 


A, 


1st Battalion. 


Ley, Frederick T., 








June 


20, 1894, 


H, 


2d Battalion. 


Jennings, Edward B,, 








April 


16, 1895, 


F, 


2d Battalion. 


Dodd, Walter S., . 








May 


7, 1895, 


B, 


1st Battalion. 


Holmes, Charles L., 










14, 1895, 


F, 


2d Battalion. 


Porter, James 0., . 










28, 1895, 


c, 


1st Battalion. 


Crosby, Harry P., 








Jan. 


16, 1896, 


E, 


2d Battalion. 


Mnnroe, Willis, 








May 


19, 1896, 


D, 


1st Battalion. 


Parker, Charles H., 








Oct. 


20, 1896, 


c, 


1st Battalion. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



371 



Table No. 1. — Enrolled Militia of 1896, showing by Counties 
the Number of Persons between the Ages of 18 and 45 Years 
liable to Military Duty. 



- 






4 


1 


COUNTIES. 


1895. 


1896. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


Barnstable, 






2,241 


2,722 


559 


78 


Berkshire, 






13,292 


14,773 


1,892 


411 


Bristol, . 






32,423 


34,228 


2,172 


367 


Dukes, 






511 


560 


59 


10 


Essex, 






53,870 


54,977 


3,115 


2,008 


Franklin, . 






0,887 


6,410 


317 


294 


Hampden, 






18,661 


19,322 


1,520 


859 


Hampshire, 






7,914 


7,856 


218 


276 


[Middlesex, 






92,505 


97,407 


5,689 


787 


Nantucket, 






375 


408 


33 


- 


Norfolk, . 






22,112 


21,960 


729 


881 


Plymouth, 






18,017 


18,360 


781 


438 


Suffolk, . 






90,594 


93,003 


2,410 


- 


Worcester, 






47,933 


50,045 


3,931 


1,819 


Totals, 


406,835 


422,031 


23,425 


8,228 



Increase over 1895, 15,197. 



372 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 









8 

© 

e 

© 



6 
a 
< 



o 

H 

o 

PQ 

a 
o 

Q 

K 

pq 



< 

1-5 

a 
PC 

- 

a 

a 

w 
a 



PQ 



a 

< 

o 

i— i 

B 

pq 

H 

a 
— 



>d 


h 


.8 <2 


• bfi 2 


. .2 2 « © d 


Boston 
Spring! 
Marl bo 
Lawren 
No. Ch 
Concor 


...>;.. 


© 


~r c 


W 00 «. 


£ . 2 . S3 


o ~ ,8 o3 


Math 

Clark 

ons, 

.Due 

baw, 

Tolm 


• • s»£;gg • 


^^ 3 © •£ 


cj b , 8 _ 8 


? s ^pS.2 


Tho 
Ernl 
Hen 

Law 
Elis 
Will 


*a 




e3 


C 


© 




3 


...... - © 




© o © ».8 J 


C 8 8 8 03 


O o"o « 03.8 


OOOSoh 




. . ,J3 . 


© 


03 


CJ 


. . . 09 . ' 


a 


8 


fcD 


00 ao* ao "* * 


© © © • J* 


8 8 8 © 8 


03 c3 o3 "r* o3 . 


C-icj Q, ■ 


asssa 


o o o ~ o 


ouo- o 


(M <M IM <N >-H 


I— I r— 1 I— 1 


^ • 


£pb* * 

e£ C2 £ 




8 S= jh e* 


ent I 
ment 
ent I 
on A 
Cav 
> • 


8 'fct.8 "= El, Q. 

•Eb5 g>H ►, o 


^^.S o3 cO 


P^^rnpq ,£_ 


-« g-a-w 2*3 


M p « -J) P 2 


•8 g *-8 5 .tp 


fcoccc^Occ 



hQ 



w 

o 
a 

P4 

p«4 



<< 
t-s 
S5 

a 
PQ 

i-j 
<l 

K 

a 

a 

« 

a 



o 

I— I 

« 
PQ 



a 

< 
e 

PQ 

ft 

o 
o 
a 

CO 





o a 


fcD fee 


'O 73 




s 8 JJ 8 *-• 8 


^ o S O -^ O 


e^ ©-ss-s 


03 O o3 O s O 


OWcottOW 






. Banerof 
3ogan, . 
. Pew, Jr 
. Ewing, 
Kemp, . 
Sprague, 


£»££** 


e3^ e3 * © S*> 


8^88 al *■> 




£££^£s 


-»^r 




03 


8 


OJ 




' 8 


.. ~ » • <D 


"©"©"©.S .•"■J 


Colon 
Colon 
Colon 
Capta 
Majoi 
First 


i 


00 


8 






- - * tr> - 


00 00 CO li 


© © © T(< © 




pan 
pan 
pan 
ery, 
pan 


2SSSS 


00030 


© © © JZ © 


MNN«N 


1— 1 ■— 1 1— 1 


.»££ 


bThi =-' • 


«- *- 8 .2: >^ 


8 oj «t- *j — 


cjv c n « • 


8^::^ 


hh « s^o 


ment 
imen 
gime 
Ligl 
lion 
ps, . 


Wu^ < s O 


Ph ^ js b'W - 


^222^ 2 


S^jfS S 81 


^»pq(Xiii,c» 



a 

— 

H 
H 



O 

o 

a 

o 

5S 
<1 

hJ 

P 
£3 

a 

O 
H 

PQ 



< 

a 
ft 

<: 
o 



o 

Pm 
M 

O 

o 



a • 8 e 

O 8 O O 

♦J 8 «-> <-> 

00 ^; 00 00 

O o3 C O 



00 

5 ° 

03 ao 



^5 — ^i ^ 

HHt-s ©73 
r* .^ fl 
^<{ .£ 

S 2 8 ® 



© © 

C 8 
OO.. 

O O s 8 

^.2^03" 



00 00 00 . 

*8*C 8 8 

ci zt ^ c3 
8- 8.CL&, 

S-S £ £ 
0000 

© © © o 

•«*< ■* CX3 !-H 



■4-* 'O TO 

,2 a & 

03° © O 

2S-50 



&5! . 

00 !h tX) fl 



© 



^ ° -c 2 

O w ffl s3 

^£?£ 

00 J< f*" rt 

*- y ?3 £ 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



373 



Table No. 3. — Locations of Headquarters of Brigades, Regiments, Bat- 
talions and Armories of Companies, by Cities, Towns and Counties. 



City or T 


own. County. 


Headquarters. 


C 
O) 

a 

Sb 


Companies of 
Infantry and 
Naval Bri- 
gade. 


S-i 

o 

lb 

a? 

E £ 

6 Q 


o 

\< 

S3 


■*. 

c. 
Ii 
© 

*s 

So 
S3 


OB 

5 

3 so 

- c 

1 5 


a 

o 

H 


Adams, 


. Berkshire, . 


- 


2d, 


M, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Amesbury 


, . Essex, 


- 


8th, 


B, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


I 


Attleboroi 


lgh, . Bristol, 


- 


5th, 


I, • • 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Beverly, 


. Essex, 


- 


8th, 












1 


Boston, 


. Suffolk, . 


1st Corps Cadets, 


- 


A, B,C,D, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


ii 


. 




1st Brigade, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


«i 


• 




1st •« 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1st, 


- 


- 


<i 


' 


1 


2d •■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


(i 


% * 




2d 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2d, 


_* 


- 


<< 


' 




1st Regiment, . 


- ! 


A,C,D,G, 

K.L, 


!- 


- 


- 


- 





ti 


• 




5th Regiment, . 


- 


A,H, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


>< 


. * 




- 


6th, 














«« 


' 




9th Regiment, . 


- ! 


A.B.C.D, 
E,H,I, 


i- 


- 


- 


- 




ii 


• 




1st Bat Cavalry, 


- 


- 


A,D, 


- 


- 


- 




II 


' 




- 


- 


- 


- 


A, 


- 


- 




II 


' 




Naval Brigade, . 


- 


A,B,C,D, 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Braintree, 


. Norfolk, . 


- 


5th, 


K, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Brockton, 


. Plymouth, . 


- 


1st, 














Cambridg* 


2, . Middlesex,. 


- 


1st, 


B, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Cambridge 


;, . Middlesex,. 


- 


5th, 














Chelsea, 


. Suffolk, . 


- 


1st, 


H, . . 


- 


-' 


- 


- 




Clinton, 


. Worcester, 


- 


9th, 














Concord, 


. Middlesex,. 


- 


6th, 


I, • • 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Danvers, 


. Essex, 


- 


8th, 














Fall River 


, . Bristol, 


- 


1st, 


M, F.j . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Fitchburg 


, . Worcester, 


- 


6th, 


B, D, 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Framingh 


am, . Middlesex,. 


- 


6th, 


B, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Gardner, 


. Worcester, 


- 


2d, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Glouceste 


r, . Essex, 


- 


8th, 


G, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Greenfield 


, . Franklin, . 


- 


2d, 


L, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Haverhill, 


. Essex, 


- 


8th, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Hudson, 


. Middlesex,. 


- 


5th, 


M, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Holyoke, 


. Hampden, . 


- 


2d, 














Lawrence 


, . Essex, 


1st Bat. Lt. Art., 


- 


- 


- 


c, 


; 


- 


1 



* First Detachment. 



\ Co. F, Naval Brigade. 



374 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



Table No. 3 — Concluded. 



Citt or Town. 


County. 


Headquartbks. 


Regiment. 


Companies of 
Infantry and 
Naval Bri- 
gade. 


o 

i! 




o5 

— 

hi 

c 

c 
bp 

02 


A in 1) u 1 a n ce 
Corps. 

Totals. 


Lawrence, . j 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


L, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Lawrence, 


Essex, 


- 


9th, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Lowell, . 


Middlesex,. 


- 


6th, 


C, G,H, . 


- 


- 


- 


2d,* 




<< 


u 


- 


9th, 


M, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




<< 

* 


«< 


- 


2dC'd'ts 


D, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Lynn, 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


D,I,E,t . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Maiden, . 


Middlesex,. 


- 


5th, 


L, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Marblehead, . 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


C, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Marlborough, . 


Middlesex,. 


6th Regiment, . 


6th, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Medford, . 


Middlesex,. 


- 


5th, 














Milford, . 


Worcester, 


- 


6th, 


M, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




New Bedford,. 


Bristol, 


- 


1st, 


E, G,J . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Newburyport, . 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 














Northampton,. 


Hampshire, 


- 


2d, 


I. • • 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Newton, . 


Middlesex,. 


- 


5th, 


C, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Natick, . 


Middlesex,. 


- 


9th, 


L, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Orange, . 


Franklin, . 


- 


2d, 


E, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Plymouth, 


Plymouth, . 


- 


5th, 


D, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Salem, 


Essex, 


2d Corps Cadets, 


- 


A, B, C, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Salem, 


Essex, 


8th Regiment, . 


8th, 


H, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Somerville, 


Middlesex,. 


- 


8th, 


M, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Southbridge, . 


Worcester, 


- 


6th, 


K, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Springfield, 


Hampden, . 


2d Regiment, 


2d, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Springfield, 


Hampden, . 


- 


2d, 


B,G,K,H,§ 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Stoneham, 


Middlesex,. 


- 


6th, 


H, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Taunton, . 


Bristol, 


- 


1st, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Wakefield, 


Middlesex,. 


- 


6th, 


A, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Waltham, 


<< 


- 


5th, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Westford, 


ii 


- 


- 


- 


F,|| 


- 


- 


- 




Woburn, . 


ii 


- 


5th, 


G, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Worcester, 


Worcester, 


- 


2d, 


A,C,H,K, 


- 


- 


- 


- 




<< 


ii 


- 


- 


- 


- 


B, 


- 


- 




«( 


<« 


- 


9th, 


G, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 





* Second Detachment. | Co. E, Naval Brigade. t Co. G, Naval Brigade. 

§ Co. H, Naval Brigade. || Detachment at Carlisle, Chelmsford and North Chelmsford. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



375 



Table No. 4. — Armory Rent Roll. 







Amount re- 




City oe Town. 


Organization. 


turned by 


Amount al- 






City or Town. 


lowed. 


Adams, . 


Co. M, Second Regiment Infantry, 


$900 00 


$400 00 


Amesbury, 


B, Eighth " 


400 00 


400 00 


Attleborough, . 


I, Fifth " " 


600 00 


200 00 


Beverl}', . 


E, Eighth " " 


400 00 


400 00 


Boston, 




Headquarters First Brigade, 


500 00 


200 00 


«< 




" Second Brigade, . 


900 00 


200 00 


t. 




" First Reg't Infantry, 


200 00 


200 00 


a 




11 Fifth »• 


200 00 


200 00 


(i 




" Ninth " " 


200 00 


200 00 


<( 




11 First Batt'n Cavalry, . 


200 00 


200 00 


<« 




" Naval Brigade, 


200 00 


8 33* 


<« 




Co. A, First Regiment Infantry, 




400 00 


400 00 


ti 




C, " " " 




400 00 


400 00 


<< 




I), " " " 




400 00 


400 00 


<< 




G, " " " 




400 00 


400 00 


<i 




K, " " 




400 00 


400 00 


ti 




L, " " " 




400 00 


400 00 


(i 




A, Fifth " " 




1,200 00 


50 00 


(< 




H, Fifth " <l 




400 00 


50 00 


i< 




L, Sixth " " 




1,085 00 


50 00 


it 




A, Ninth " " 




400 00 


400 00 


<< 




B, " " 




400 00 


400 00 


it 




C ii ii ii 




400 00 


400 00 


ii 




D, " " " 




400 00 


50 00 


ii 




E, " " " 




400 00 


400 00 


it 




11, " " " 




400 00 


400 00 


<( 




I, " " " 




400 00 


400 00 


«< 




First Cor])s Cadets, 




4,800 00 


1,800 00 


ii 




Co. A, Naval Brigade, . 




400 00 


16 67f 


«< 




B, - l " 




400 00 


16 67 1 


<i 




C, " " 




400 00 


16 67t 


ii 




D, " " 




400 00 


16 67f 


ii 




Battery A, Light Artillery, . 




2,300 00 


600 00 


<( 




Co. A, First Battalion Cavalry, 




2,000 00 


600 00 


ii 




Co. D, First Battalion Cavalry, 




1,200 00 


500 00 


«< 




Signal Corps, First Brigade, 




200 00 


200 00 


ii 




Signal Corps, Second Brigade, 




200 00 


200 00 


«< 




Detachment Ambulance Corps, 




100 00 


100 00 


Brockton, 




Co. I, First Regiment Infantry, 




1,000 00 


400 00 


Biaintree, 


K, Fifth '• " 




400 00 


400 00 


Cambridge, 


B, First " " 




400 00 


400 00 


Cambridge, 


B, Filth " « 




400 00 


400 00 


Carlisle, . 


F, Cavalry (detachment), 




75 00 


75 00 


Chelmsford, 


F, Cavalry (detachment), 




300 00 


300 00 


Chelsea, . 


H, First Regiment Infantry, 




900 00 


400 00 


Concord, . 


I, Sixth " " 




400 00 


400 00 


Clinton, . 


K, Nimh " " 




700 00 


200 00 


Dan vers, . 


K, Eighth " <( 




400 00 


400 00 


Fall River, 


M, First " •« 




400 00 


250 00 


Fad River, 


F, Naval Brigade, " 




950 00 


400 00 


Fitch bnrg, 


B, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


400 00 


Fitehbnrg, 


D, " " 


400 00 


400 00 


Framingham, . 


E, " " " 


700 00 


350 00 


Gardner, . 


F, Second " " 


400 00 


350 00 


Gloucester, 


G, Eighth " " 


1,000 00 


250 00 


Greenfield, 


L, Second " " 


600 00 


375 00+ 


Haverhill, 


F, Eighth " «' 


600 00 


200 00 


Hudson, . 


M, Fifth " " 


600 00 


400 00 






Carried foricard, . 


• 


$36,010 00 


$18,425 01 



* Rate $200 for 15 days. t Rate $400 for 15 days. 

X Rate $400 for 6 months; $350 for 6 months. 



376 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Table No. 4. — Concluded. 







Amount re- 




City or Town. 


Organization. 


turned by 


Amount al- 






City or Town. 


lowed. 




Brought forward, .... 


$36,010 00 


$18,425 01 


Holyoke, . 


Co. D, Second Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


300 00 


Lawrence, 


Headquarters First Batt'n Art'y, . 


200 00 


200 00 


<« 


Battery C, Artillery, . . 


600 00 


600 00 


«< 


Co. F, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


400 00 


H 


L, Eighth " " . . 


400 00 


400 00 


Lowell, 


C, Sixth " " 


400 00 


400 00 


t< 


D, Sixth " " 


400 00 


400 00 


<< 


M, Ninth " " 


400 00 


400 00 


M 


D, Second Corps Cadets, 


400 00 


400 00 


II 


Detachment Ambulance Corps, . 


100 00 


100 00 


Lynn, 


Co. D, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


400 00 


it 


I, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


400 00 


«( 


E, Naval Brigade, .... 


400 00 


400 00 


Marblehead, . 


C, Eighth Regiment Infantrv, 


300 00 


300 00 


Marlborough, . 


Headquarters Sixth Regiment Infantry, 


200 00 


200 00 


Marlborough, . 


Co. F, Sixth Regiment Infantrv, 


400 00 


200 00 


Maiden, . 


L, Fifth « " 


400 00 


400 00 


Medford, . 


E, Fifth " " . . 


360 00 


*_ 


Milford, . 


M, Sixth " " 


500 00 


400 00 


Natick, 


L, Ninth " " 


400 00 


175 00 


New Bedford, . 


E, First " " 


700 00 


400 00 


New Bedford, . 


G, Naval Brigade, .... 


300 00 


200 00 


Northampton, . 


I, Second Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


300 00 


Newburyport, . 


A, Eighth " " 


400 00 


400 00 


Newton, . 


C, Fifth " " 


400 00 


400 00 


Orange, . 


E, Second " " 


400 00 


400 00 


Plymouth, 


D, Fifth " " 


600 00 


300 00 


Salem, 


Headquarters Eighth Reg't Infantry, . 


333 34 


200 00 


i« 


Co. H, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 


775 00 


400 00 


14 


Headquarters Second Corps Cadets, . 


1,500 00 


1,000 00 


Stoneham, 


Co H, Sixth Regiment Infantrv, 


600 00 


400 00 


Southbrulge, . 


K, Sixth 


350 00 


300 00 


Somerville, 


M, Eighth " " 


300 00 


300 00 


Springfield, 


Headquarters Second Reg't Infantry, . 


200 00 


200 00 


> . 


Co. B, Second Regiment Infantrv, 


400 00 


400 00 


ii 


G, " « " 


400 00 


400 00 


<< 


K. u " " 


400 00 


400 00 


it 


H, Naval Brigade, 


400 00 


400 00 


Taunton, . 


F, First Regiment Infantry, . 


900 00 


100 00 


Wakefield, 


A, Sixth " " 


600 00 


400 00 


Walt ham, 


F, Fifth " " 


1,125 00 


400 00 


Westford, 


Detachment F, Cavalry, 


175 00 


175 00 


Wuburn, . 


Co. G, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


400 00 


Worcester, 


A, Second " " 


400 00 


400 00 


<« 


(i << << t( 


400 00 


400 00 


it 


H, " " " 


400 00 


400 00 


<( 


G, Ninth " '« 


400 00 


400 00 


it 


Battery B, Artillery 


600 00 


600 00 




U. S. S. Minnesota, Dockage, 

Totals, 


- 


1,000 00f 




$58,228 34 


$36,375 01 



* Armory condemned. t Four companies and headquarters. 

Note. — The discrepancy between the amount paid from annual appropriation for rents, 
$36,732.01, as stated on page 9 of this report, and $36,375.01, the sum of this table, is caused 
by the payment of $357 on account of the previous year. 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



377 



o 
o 



6 
hi 

PS 

< 





1 1 CO I 1 | | I I I I 1 I I 


1 1 1 1 1 


•sajBJS paiiua 






oqj jo ifjiadojj 






•oja 


1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 


'sumox '60HIO 






JO UO{S838SOJ UI 








iOXQ0*O»O00a0<MiOI 1 1 ICO 


t>. t^ t^ r-l tH 


•«wnro 


r— 




JO UOJS89SSOJ UI 








1 1 1 1 I | ICOC^CNCN^^I 


1 1 I I 1 


•l»u98 


CO 




-jy 31THS *Y 






•JLCSI 


'Ocoao'0'Ococo'ON(N(N-*^co 


t^ t>- t> r- . i— I 


'{ -UBf PUBH 






UO aU|U!ULUdJI 








1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 CO I 1 1 1 I 


1 1 1 1 1 


•jo 






posodsjp ibjox 






•p[08 891311 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 


-jy poumapuog 








1 < 1 1 I 1 I i to I 1 1 I I 


1 1 1 1 1 


•papuadxa 








OOOX'C'OQOOO'OKNW'^^M 


t> t- r-~ r-l tH 


•joj paumoo 


r— T 




-08 aq OJ IBJOX 






pajoAODaa pun 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 


pdJiUOt!/ma?ivi 






•831CJS P3J!»n 


1 1 00 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 


1 I 1 1 1 


raojj poAjeoaa 








1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 O t 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 




CM 




•posvqo.mj 








iOX l«5"O0000C«(NN'^^CO 


l> t~ !>• i— 1 iH 


'9681 


r-i CN 




'I UBf puvn uo 










•> 




»-H 


/ ^ s 




co r 


bo 




oo m r * r 


*E 




i—l I- O) K 03 




•* "T2 ~ JZ ^ 


. . . ^ . 




Ci tH .. CL,"C ^3 "O 


f—4 




^ p<! CM i ■ i 


> r 




riages, 

model 
inch gi 
nber, 1 
ber, 12 
ber, 10 
ber, 10 

•tars, . 
•» • 


Gatlings, etc. 

ns, 

rriagcs, 

nbers, . 

s, Gatling (na 

aval brigade 


a 

H 

53 


Quns. Car 
ze, 12-pdrs., 
h rifle guns, 
zle sights, 3- 
iages and lir 
sons and lim 
iage and lim 
sons and lim 
e wheels, 
e poles, . 
ch Rodman, 
iages for do. 
ch siege mo 
'orms for do 
den mortars, 




bo be be £ jo 

P P 3 m £ 




C^N^ffi^lB^CtiCJO 






U - - S S S S OhOhA cs A, ^ *~ 


«J« »j C3 ^ 




C3 & cj C rt 



378 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 






^-3 

o 
O 



10 

6 



*qj j j ^)jadojj 


1 


1 1 1 1 




i i i i i i I i i I i i i I i I i 


•oja 
'suAiox 'sanio 
jo uoissassoj ui 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I | 


jo uojssassoj ui 








"IBnas 


1 1 1 1 — 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 | | | 


•16ST 

'X 'UBf PUBJJ 

uo SiaoiBtuaa 


CO 




rHOO"H/CO(MO'^ l ?CiO-*00 |rHOl>. 

i—t i—i 


JO 

pasodsrp ibjox 


lllll 1 1 1 1 |H | | | 1 | | |OHHN 


•piOS S9PH 

-ay pauraapuoo 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


•p9puads3 


lllll 1 1 1 1 1 iH | | | | | | | «OiH«Ht> 


•joj paiunoo 
-OB aq oj ibjoi 


(N(N(N(NC5 
CO 




l—t rH rH 


P3J9A003J PUB 

pajmoijjnutfrc 


lllll 1 1 1 1 iH 1 | iH I | t# | | | | | | 


•sajBJS pajia^i 
moij p8Apoaa 


lllll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 


•pasBqoanj 


lllll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 rH 


•9681 

'I UBf PUBR UO 


CO 




i— 1 r—l r-i 


ARTICLES. 


O 

& 

rQ 
> 

a 

CO 

(-. 
s 

— 

r: 

is 








Linch pins (naval brigade), 
Wheels (naval brigade), 
Caisson boxes (naval brigade), 
Feed magazines, . 
Elevating screw for carriage 


(naval brigade), 

Gun covers 

Wiping rods, 

Pin wrenches, 

" T" scrcw-drivcrs, 

Small screw-drivers, . 

Lock screw-drivers, 

Drifts, 

Cam extractors, . 

Cranks, .... 

Keys, 

Pointing levers, . 

Oilers, 

Screw wrenches, . 

Riveting hammers, 

Handspikes,. 

Hand poles, .... 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 379 

iii i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 



iii i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 



>OCD(M NIMHHHHHOOIM^HIN^N i-li-li-li-lrHiO'-lrHr-ICO 



III I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



>OCO(N NJqHHHHHOCOW^HW^fN rl H H H H O H H H 00 



r-> | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | I <M I | I -I 



III I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



iH I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I CM I I I I I 



CO CO (M (N^HHHHHO^DlNilHN^lN i-Hi-H»-l»-lT-Hl>.T-lt-lt-<COi-l 



III I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



III I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



111 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



C© CO <M NfNrtHHHHOON^HCq^N rHt-lr-li-lrHt>T-lrHi-HCOrH 



CO 

•e - 

I .... i | 6 : | 

g bO r • .£ « - • -rg • • w . ^ - - g ^g fe O 

< to O a «3 t- ^ •« _r o © > r/T /• 5 02 u >° - 



.co^3 «o»s.2.2S^aS^-d - l, . G WW ,5 CVS 'S .S o *-< 
P^.x D sS &£ 33 &S I &S* o S rfj s> S-S fco* ^ § g ^~* 




380 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



am jo ifjiadojj 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


i i i i i i i i i 


•0J9 
'SUAIOX 'S3IJJ0 

jo uojssassoj ui 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


jo uojssassoj ui 




fi 


•psoas 
-ay 8J«;S ;Y 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


7681 

'1 uiBf puun 
uo SuiuiBtady 




ft 


•jopasodsipiBjox 


1 1 1 1 1 ft ^* fl f" <© 1 1 


1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


•pios sapij 
-jy pauraapuoo 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


•papuadxa 


||||»r-(Tj1rHr-HO|| llllllllt 


•joj pajnnoo 
-OB eq 0} ibjox 




~H 


•p9J3A0DaJ pUB 

pajnjOBjnuBpc 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


mojj paAjaoag 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


•pasBqojnj 


1 I 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 llllllllt 


'9681 
'I -UBf pubh UO 




f If 1 1— If It- 1 CM f IrHCM 

ft 


DO 

W 
■J 

a 

H 
OS 


Wrench for nose-plate shank, 
Boxer fuse cutter, 
Model 6-inch B. L. R.,. 
Carriages for do., 
Breech plugs, .... 
Ship's side and appliances, . 
Sets trucks, pivots and rails. 
Armor shields, model, broadside, 
Set rollers for do., 
Composite row locks, . 

Field boxes, 

Armory bench reloading tools, . 




Spar Torpedo Outfit. 
Boxes glass jars and corks, 
Farmers' D. E. machine, 
Testing magnelto, 
Boat tiring battery, 
Reel box, .... 
Secondary spars, boat, 
Wire boxes, .... 
Boat littings, sets, 
Boat spars, sets, . 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 7. 



381 



i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 



i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 



i i i i i 



NW(M^INCO(NNlN(N i— It— It— I<Nt-I<Mt— It— lO IO 

t-I i-l W 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



T-H t-h O 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I O I 



I I I I I 



I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I o I 

o 



(NNIN^WOONNWN i—l i-H i— I<Mt-IC<«t-i-hOOO 

T-H 1-H O «C 



s 
o 

CO 

e 
o 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I II I I HHHNHiOCOHHrtH I I II I II I I II 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



,_( ,_, ,_< ,_, ,_, H Hi-l(NHiOCOHHHH rH t-I t-H CN t-H CM t-H r-l O O O 

1-H O <X> 

* «T r-r* 

d 

• • • • Ch « • " • • r_ 

S L W q ^J r/T 

* »3 .2 ° ^ ® 

en ► ~ T-i o .^; « ' a ^ 12 fen 

<do! a a C ^iGS .. » *d * a -— 

2^2 r/} -r-EL-=: * .d d » b -g o •£ « ™ £ £ bo 

£ ° 3 >S J " 5 .2 •= g = P t v * a ^Sg-go^ctgrt^'S 

c d £ ^ a> %£ d .i 2 ^ ~ £ bi-^ s 1 ^^ Sp-sSbcac^ . .g 

55 1&S xfa 5.-E 8 2 I 2 S o g g ^g -s g gs o g s 5 ^ 



382 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



•saws paling 




III^O|||I>OII||||tH 

C N CN 

^J. ""1 •"! 

CO DO 00 




1 1 1 


•0J3 

'sumox 'satjtO 
jo uoissassoj ui 




1 1 1 1 1 © © -* O 1 CN | 1 1 1 1 1 

i-O »o co © 




1 1 1 


■v\v 
jo uojssassoj uj 




— :r. C^ I I 1 I n | N(N<N31C5 1 

■rH rf r» t^O CO W(N(NH 
r- 1 Tfi -11 tO 




CO 35 09 

J^ CM iH 






1 | loco |H | | — j o to -r co co i-h 

DO OC iC (N CN 30 
CN CN^ O 

CN CN 




lH 1^- C0 

H0OH 

•o 


•Z6SI 
'I 'UBf pubh 
no i;uiniptuaa 




CM o - — c-. — (N CO GO CO CM <M iH 

CM CN ~ CN C~- O »0 CO X C ">i — 

■frr^C X - « i-t <3\ i— i CN CN CN CN 

r-7 t>r co o 




h- QP <G 

O OS CN 

CNI>H 


•jo pasodsip ibjox 




CN 1 | C(N I I I I I I r-t I | © I 1 

CO 




1 rH | 


•pios sapp 
-jy panraapuoo 


1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 III 


•papuadxg 




N 1 1 «CN 1 1 1 \ 1 li-i| l©l 1 

. CO 




1 »H 1 


•joj pajunoo 
-db aq oj ibjoi 




cr — — ©-+■©< T. -"N-X'-'N'N- 

S4 in o eo o) >c >o oq x c »a *— i 

I'^NCX^nH C^ <— CN CN CN CM 




t>- t^- O 

CN[>t-i 


•paaaAooaj pus 
pajnpBjnaBK 




1 OS 1 1 1 1 i-t | 1 iO 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 

CO 

•o 




1 1 1 


•saws P9l!«a 
moj^ paAiaoaH 




1 1 1 © © 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 

X 30 




1 1 1 


•pasBqojnj 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 O 1 

CN 


•9681 
'I 'tlBf pubh "0 




c c - c — c c - r. r. "M — X C(N N H 
cn h c x ^ c c r: os © oh 

"tfi -tf t^_ i-^ C. i-h »-i Ct ^- CN CN CN CN 

-'o'co »o 




r«- 1> »o 

c — Oi 

CN "O r-i 


ARTICLES. 






■ 

•Js 




....o.x) oT 

^ • ^ . ► £_ _ 30 

io — 3T — : ->• :r~ — ' 
c • -_: -— m x x &£ 

:= Mill 8 - * 1*8 SI* 

Q * BTZifi ti^J * S^ {j a * on M — — 

£ 5 ft'S'S'S'ffl **"E cto« 'S'3 To x 2 as 

5 J ■§ g^g^o S-S a gig = .£ •§ 2 

a; s — "E 'E 'E "E as eu E = '- s- p *■> .= l r - 

c i - il^i; ^- C is - :■ _^ 


Artillery snhrcs, . 

Cavalry sabres, . 
Swords, Don-oom. staff, 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 383 

III rHIIlO^IIIIIIOOllllllllOCCOlll 

co t~ or to 

of of 

[II I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 

















<oo»o 

1— t 
CO 




-r -^ OJ C75 — oi 
CO CO OI 


IC05HIOCOOHCO I lOCOiOiOCOOC'O 
OI OI OI H r-( t^iO-^'tCN 

OI 


•-i l 1 




CO t— « 

©a 


iO-^COC^O^rHriH I H | | | CN X 00 C5 H O CO -( CO CD I 

OI CO -f OI o< O CO 
CO, OI OS 

of 


co »o *o 

•—1 
CO 




C CN CO O -f <M t CNri OJ OI COHHXX^TflN 

co^ o^o* oi r-» 

Tfl CO l—l 


1 1 1 




f 1 

OJ 


1 


1 r-> CS | | 

T— ( 


1 1 1 1 |i"H| IOJ.I |H l-^HO | 

i—( 


1 1-H 


III 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 




-H I 

o* 


1 


1 t-I 38 | | 

1— 1 


1 1 1 1 |i-t| IN 1 I^HI^COI 

1—1 


1 r* 


CO »o >o 

CO 




O w »o -* OS C5 O* OS CO CO t-l CO 30 CO tH 00 O 00 OS »o o »o O CO co r«- 

CO OJ CO CO CO C~ t}i 04 rH OI OI H COi— i ih C; Ci ■* ■* CN 
°\ (NCN OI —^ 
Tj5" Co" »H 


1 1 1 




1 1 


—• 


OI 1 1 1 1 


ICOIICOIIIIIIIIIIO 


O 1 

1— t 


1 1 1 




O 1 

iO 

qo 


1 


1 O 1 1 1 
•O 

CO 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ooo 1 


1 1 


1 1 1 




1 1 


1 


1 1 1 OI I 

1—1 


1 1 1 o* 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ! 1 1 1 

1—1 


1 1 


CO »o »o 
1— 1 
CO 




COM'fiJsCiOOOCOOH'#iOOHOOO»cn>00(MO'O^N 
CC OI CO O CC CO CO CN iH i—l CN ri CO i— l ^- 'Q OI CO CO OI 

O CO o< oi o_ 
-n of *h 




Implements. 
Cone wrenches and screw-drivers, 
Gunners 1 gimlets, 










Revolvers, 

Holsters for revolvers (nM brig.) 
Wooden swords (naval brigade) 


00 

M 

S3 

to 

3 

— 

— 
o 

c 


Handspikes, 

Headless shell extractors, . 
Jointed ramrods, . 

Lanyards, 

Monkey wrenches, 


Paulina, 

Prolonges, 

Primer pouches, . 
Priming wires, 
Pendulum hausses, 
Pendulum II pouches, . 
Rammer and stave, 
Sponges and rammers, 
Sponge and rammer staves, 
Sponge staves, 
Sponge covers, 
Sponge buckets, . 
Spring punches, . 
Spring vises, 

Tumbler and wire punches, 
Tube pouches, 
Tube pouch belts, 
Thumbstalls, 



384 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



•S9JBJS P31!»iTi 

am jo Xjjadojj 



1 t I I 1 1 r — l | 

CO 



I I I I I I I oo ao l I l 



•0J9 
'SUMOJ, l S9|JI0 

jo uoissassoj ui 



■UWIITC 

JO U0ISS38S0J UI 



I I I 



I I I I I 



1 I I I I I I I I I I 



"* -* OO I I O0C5-H | 
COO -H 
CM 



co — ' -h — cr. c-~ cm cm «o 

CM CO CM 



•IB03S 



I I I COHCC^CO | 

•O T-H OO 

CM © 

c<r 



Oioor^O'-ooo-H-* I iox 

OC CO GO N (N M CN CN O-Tl 



7681 

't 'llBf PUBH 

uo Suiuieraaji 



■<*<T*icoao^<co<Mh- | 

«C lOXH 
<M CO_ 

CM~ 



o-HtCGoaccjNcooocoioao 

— 04 CO CM 00 *— 05 "tfl -tfl OtJi 

CO CO •— • CO i—i i— i i—t 



jo pasodsip ibjox 



I I 



I I tH Oi 



COI I CM I — © | I I I I 

CO CO -tf 



13 

o 

P 

c 

a 

o 

O 



6 

<! 

Eh 



•piOS 69pIJ 

-jy pauraapuoo 



I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I 



•p9pu9dx3 



I I ^ CI ^H 



COI I CM | — ' © | I I I I 

CO CO -^ 



•joj pajunoo 
-db 9q o% ibiox 



»o CO CO -h 
CM TP 

CM 



(N-HCOOXONCOXCOOX) 
(N *N CO CC » iQ CO ^ -fli »C^ 

COCO H CO H rH H r- 1 



■p9J9A0D9i pilB 

pgjnjovjnuBK 



I I I •© I I I I I 

1— I 
<M 



I I I H* -# I I I I I I I 

<0 <M 



s9|bjs pajuin 

raOJJ P9AI9D9H 



I I I I I I O I I 

CO 



I I I I I I I CO CO I I I 



I I I I I I I I I 



•pgsBipjnj 



co^oiii— Hllllll 

CM 




^'tOCOrHC — XH 
Ttl CDXH 



CJiCiCOCO-HCONCM'WCO'CX 
r--COOCDO)COCOCO lO'tf 1 

CO COhcO n h h i—i 



.& .2 



St 



> 
o 
o 

a 

bC 



s 

Cn 

E3 



cc cy 



.33 cy cy 

a § S S § £ 

c o c .S = -° 



S3 



e ® 



•73 
P 
K • 

>j 

► 
33 



bD 

P • 
to 

-"-J 73 

0> - 

cc-d 



— cc; in 



z> - 



p p p c p -S 
o c> a> s « ►£ 



£ p p = 



3'3 



S 



eo S O 



,P co co 



a> cy 



CO 

CD 

111 



co to' to 

a> cy x> 



- bO 



cy cy 
P P 



03 

P 25 



o -P 



>>> 






— s P^ ** ® F F P ^ y 

•F«ci-r; r _^ ? -P^"5.'ti 



_r:_^ c P^ 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



385 



1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 - l | | I I | | 

-r 
CN 




00 1 1 CO CO to 1 1 I 00 | 

c:~ cm os oa — » 
O cm ~ v as CM 

i—i to o 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 O 1 J 1 O 1 1 1 1 


r-C5N 

CM CC CT5 

CM CO 


I t>^ONO I o to >o © to 

•-•CM COO »0 tO tO CM 

CO CM CM i— i t— 1 1-1 




'CO (>••- » *■< »» i OiCO N xo 
CCCMO'^O'tOi — »-WtO 
"-; ; if CM TT 00 OC CM CM CM "f 00 

■^i uO tO ■* *o 


t— » i-* 
CM L— O 


if 00 -f 1 (NNX'fOOON I 
if i— O i— ' CM CM CM CM 
i— 1 




N IN I 'f O h | | | CM 

C5 «o »o 00 r~ 00 

CO CO CM r-l 


■^ — -*< to CM -t O i— < t>- Ci 30 if 
Mf CO <M CO i— if— ii— i 




CN'vD't^'OtOOMNXX 

CON-t-fOCN<OrH--COTt( 

CM if CC ifCMCMtD^CMCMifCO 

if to O if to 


1 -* 1 


| | CO | f-H rH | ICMICOI 




CM | | | | I CO 1 i-l CO O 

to oo 

CM 


| 
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 -* 1 


| I CO 1 HH | ICMICOI 




CM | 1 | I I CO 1 i-i CO O 

to 00 

CM 


-*f CM -F to CM iCiOi— 't^^iXO 
CO-* CO CM CO f— 1 i— I f-i 




-ftoif — 'OtococooOi— oo 

OiCN^J"TOCNiO--tCN 
"Tj^ifCOifC^CMtO^CNCMifi-^ 
•^T to to' "f" to" 


1 I to 


1 f-H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 




1 1 r>- CM I t>- I 1 1 1 1 

to 

CM 


1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 O 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 i 
CM 


1 CN I 


1 1 O 1 ICMIOI 1 1 1 




1 1 to I I 1 iO if 1 | iO 
t>- CO CM tO 


cc os cm *-f -r co o 1 <ocC'*i , aooo 

^i <— i -T 1 tO CM iO h CN C5 X O 
CO -<f CO CO i— i t-i i— i 




-ttoi-iciiooiooasoo— < co 

C5CM COO — — 00 -i -f tO 
if^ if rf CNCNCOr-iCN^q, 

if to' to' if" to" 






s 








Payonet scabbards, steel, . 
Bayonet scabbards (Lee), . 
Bayonet scabbards (leather), 
Blanket bags (naval battalion), 
Canteens, .... 
Canteen straps, . 
Cartridge boxes, rifle, . 
Cartridge-box belts, . 
Carbine cartridge boxes, 
Coat straps, pairs (nl battalion) 
Haversacks, .... 


• • • 

jj c3 bO 

be 2 £ 
i— I ^ <^ 


Picket-ropes, 
Pole-straps, . 
Saddles, cavalry, . 
Saddle-bags, pairs, 
Saddle blankets, . 
Saddle-cloths, 
Sets of horse equipments, 
Surcingles, . 
Spurs, pairs, 
Spur-straps, pairs, 
Whips, artillery, . 
Wooden horses, . 





A 




Bl 




O 




go 




*j 




O 




c 









&»i 




■n 




pq 














>> 
a 


S 


r, 





a 


* 






8 




a 


o 


u 


J3 




s 

09 












-3 




s~ 


o 


at 


M 


_r 


B 


-=: 


08 


Oil 




u 


pq 


.AJ 


^ 


«a 




01 


B 




O 


- 


►, 


•a 


OH 
pq 


s 


2 








O 


V 








■ 


T3 


B 


V 


ofl 


hi 

U 


— 


a 




SI 


e 


R 


-.(. 


— 


a 


«a 






ji 


o 


— • 


-; 


o 


•a 


H 


>~> 


'j 




■» — * 


K 






DO 


en 


— 






— 


3, 


a 

a3 


a 

o 
> 




o 

X 


a 


F>» 







— 


11 


o 


? 


5: 


H 


H 



386 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



T3 
o> 

a 

'■4-3 

a 
o 



6 

£0 



ail; jo X)jadojj 


1 1 1 1 1 rt< 1 1 1 
CM 
CM 


I i 


|NC0OO'CC03135 | | | 
0105COCJ10C3>'0'0 
Ci. Oi Ci Oi_ Cl_ OS 


•oja 

'SUA10X 'S3IJI0 
JO UOJ8S3S90J UI 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


JO U0|8S9880J UI 


^t< O} GN iO CO t> N CO 
^1 *<^1 *^ 


1 CT> 


1 C000NO5-*5O0000OO 1 
COWCNfMMCOO'O'OO 
CO_CO CO.CO CO CO -^i Tfl 

^5^ "^J" ^7^ ^^ ^7^ "^^ 


'IBU3S 

-jy 9?bjs »V 


(N | 00 05 | uO ~+« CO -<*l I CI ^ C5 N CT) 0> OS rt 
Tf t}< <0 if CJ r>- GN Ci !D o o o o >o 

r-i oaoo co co co co co co 


rH | | | 


•Z68I 
4 I *UBf pa«H 
uo SamtBraaji 


■^-fWMiO-fCiMCO-fOJOsr^N^OOCOiOOiOiOO 1 
QOCNt^-'^MNNOCN — aiOOiaCQOCsCJOOiO'O 
CO CN "* CN CO O "f 02. Ci O Ci Ci. Ci^ -<^ Tji 

•^ »0 »0 ^ t ^ t "T TP 


J0P380(I8IPIBJ0X 


^1 1 1 1 1 1-1 ^ 1 




1 | i-H CO <M CM tH 1 


1 1 1 tH 


•pios sapu 
-ay pauraapaoo 


I I I i r i I i i I i i I i I I i I I I I I 1 


•papuadxg 


TjH 1 1 1 1 1 »-H i-l 1 


CO r-< 


1 I HWNNH | 


1 1 1 l-H 


•aoj pajanoo 
-OB oq o\ ibjox 


CO-f^O«iO-fO'*nOOOlNCONO'OtOC50500rt 
CCCNt>.^'*CC'00'^ONCNOiOi05fl005050iO'0»OiO 
CO. ON T CO CO.uO Tt< OJ. Ci. O Oi. Ci_ OS TT "^i 

TjT 0»0 "^ •<ch ** rjT rjT -rjT 


•p9J3\003J PUB 

pajnpBjnuBK 


1 I « 1 1 1 I 1 T* | 1 | | | | | | | | | | | | 

OS 


•89JBJS p^iua 

taOJJ P3AJ309H 


l«0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 C O 1 

o o 

1— 1 T— 1 


•pasBqoanj 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 O O 1 ■ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 | | | | 


'9681 
'I -OBf PUBH uo 


OO 1 HMiC'fO'*ff)OOC!M»NO'COC5C)OOH 
GO N^'"tCOMCOiCI>CN05050>COa501C500iO'0 

co. *o t>- •«* oj. tt. o ^ o. as_ as. <oi. ai. as. coco 

-£ »o *o" tj5" t^* *^r *jj" ^r tjT 


CO 

w 
o 

H 

as 




Knapsacks, .... 

Knife lanyards, . 

Sabre-belts, .... 

Sabre-belt plates, 

Sabre-belt studs, . 

Shoulder straps, pairs (n'l bat'n) 

Sword frogs, 

Waist-belts, .... 

Waist-belt plates, 

Waist-belt toggles, 

Web cartridge belts (Mills), 


Cartridge box woods, . 
Haversacks, U. S., 
Meat cans, U. S., . 
Dippers, U. S., . 
Knives, U. S., . . . 

Forks, U. S 

Spoons, U. S., 

Hospital corps knives, U. S., 


Scabbards for do., 
Hammocks and lashings, U. S., 
Hammock clews, . 
Canteens, old style, 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 387 

IIIOI I Q I | | | | | I | I I I I I O I I I I I «* I I 

iO CO GO 

CM CO CM 

iO 

CO 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



OO CM 
CM CN 


rH O 1 J O 1 1 lOI 1 

o © © 
©^ © © 

of © i>r 

1-4 


O 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 >Q 1 


1 O O iO «o 
CM CO CM rH 


1 J3©qo©cmn-©©©-h 

^tOCOO^OCNO'OCMCN 
^OOCDO r ~ < p. ^ *~ l 

2 ^ 


|©©-^ia©J"H<r-iGO©-* |»0 
iO -^ CD CM <X> CO © 
i-« O CM CM CO t>> CjO 

CM CM 


t» »o © © <o 

COtNKUCH 
CN CM 


H^OCCOCNNOOO^OOO^iOOi'*- 00©^iO»O 
^COCOOCOCNO'OCNCNiOiO'* CO CN C CO O 

^iaoco^o i-i ©t>^'-i r-i »o cm cm co t>- co 
£: -*t>T »oad CM CM 


r-« | | | | 


1 © 1 1 ©©© 1 © 1 1 

© © © CO © 
<D iqt^ CO © #- 

CO~ CM CM 

CO i—l 


1 O 1 OO'O I «J0O«O 1 1 I I 
© CO Oi «o -* 
© !>- rH 

co" 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



i-Hllll IO I IOOO IO I I IO I0DO |(O0CO I I I I 

r-i © ©©CO© © CO C5 CO -h 

© tOt^COC^ ©_ *>• rH 

CO CM CM* CO" 

CD i-* 



CO »0 © © CD rH^©CO©CMt>.©©©-+ l ©©©CM©CJ5©C5-+«©Tt<«0»0 

OJ <M W O H ^COCOO^OOO'OCNCNiC'O'trHO fMCMO© 

CM cm ( *iaoco© #s t>->o© > t> i r-i ""i."^ °„ CO "tfi CO CO 

P ^"©"" »0© CO~<M CO~ 

oo ^ 



r* 



I I I I I I I I I I CNN I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 

© © 



I I I © I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I © I I I I I I I I 

CM r-i 



IOIII IIIOOIIOIQCOIIIOIIII 

rH © © © © © 

o ©, ©. O iO 

O © r- I i— I 

CO CO 



co © © © co h^ooo i©©©©©^©©©^©a5©ci-*©^u0'O 

OS *—i CO rH r-t ^ CO CO W O O >0 (N (N iO O "t O CM CM »0 © 

CM ^*V GO CD r-i © C>- r-i rH_ »0 CO_ CO ■<*! CO CO 

J? -rjT *0© CMCN y-4 



• «a • • • ......... ^ ... ^- o 

s « Ok* r roT »' "S J£2 & 

• bfia * " 8 '^ s ^ t -o -a -S .5 -c rr- . -^ I • m "g 




OCGc/iOc/} 



388 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



aiU jo A^jadojj 



I I H< I I I I I I 



I I I 



I I I I 



'sumox 'saiJID 

JO UOI6S9B80J UI 



I I I I I I I I I 



I I I 



I I I I 



•*whw 

jo uojssassoj ui 



I I I «o <o «© O I I 

CM 



I I I 



I I o o 

CM CO 



'IBU9S 

-jy *?*»s ;y 



o»o^ I I I I » I III IOII I I 

OrH[> t-H 

oo 
CM 

CM 



•£681 

'X "UBf PUBH 
UO SujUIBUISa 



OiOi<tOtOOO I I 

O i— I b- CM 

OO i-t 

CM 

CM 



III 10)00 I I 

1-1 CM O 



jopasodstpiBjox 



0111110*00 OOO O ^ I I o o 

O COCMOOOOOi-h iQ O 

OS O i—l i—l OS 

cf CO 



o 

s 
.2 

a 
© 



6 

» 



"PIOS 89101} 

-jy pauniapuoo 



I I I I I I I I I III I I I I I I 



•pgpnadxa 



O I I I I I o »o o oo»o O-^ll o o 

O CO CM o o »o o oh »o »o 

°i C^ i— • i— ' OS 

oT cd 



•joj pajunoo 
-oh aq 0} i«jox 



0>0"*OOCOOiOO ooo oooo o o 

Or-it>. »OCMO OOO O CO CM CO »0 O 

t>- »— ( O i-H rH O t— 1 

CM CO 

CO 



•p9jaAO09J pUB 

pajnpBjnuBj^ 



I I I I I I I I I III I J I I I I 



raojj P9AJ909H 



I I I y-i i-l i-> O I I II 

CO 



1 I O I I 

CO 



•pgsBqojtij 



o 
o 
o. 

CM 



I I I I I I I I 



I I I 



I I I I 



•9681 

l I -UBf PUBH UQ 



0*0"3<>0*0*00*0 
OHN OS CM O 

t>T oo" 



ooo 

O iO o 



oooo 

O CO CO o 
OS 



o 



o 
o 



CO c3 d fc u C c 
' 'S b£ bC° ^2 .o C- 

b£ £ fa Q ^ %, to 

• jr , .— i v >^ s -*^ en 

^ ^3 rt w *■« 

,— S > o co .o o 

W02 5g S-. JP CD I* 

_ <u 55 c3 bObC«-H 




1 'TS 

o 



c3 
OS 

a 



a 

3 
bJO 




to 

"£ boo 

bJO ^^3 

o3 • «r 5 

bfi 

03 t* tT S e * ^ 
^bJDg 5 C rS - bp^ • 

* £ «■: *-' 5- * § .-° 



_ o 

- Oh 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



389 



I I I I I I I I I I 0»0 I O I I I I I O 1 ^H I I I I I I 

»-i ^ CN © -H 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



| rHrHO I O I | I I I I I | | I | | | | | 

<iD CN 



I I I I I CM I I I I | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | I 



I I »-l r-i O CM O I I I O O I © I I | 

SO i- 1 (M i-i -* CM 



* * 

I © I ^ 
© l-H 



"OH | J | |00(N(N-itO(NO(N^-f(NC'0'tO I | I I I I I 

cm co o CN»oeMcococ5-<tfir>.cM 



cm 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



kO>-l I I I |©©CNCN-*iOCM©CM-H-t<CM:iOnO"*<© I | | | I I I 
CM COO CMOCNCOCOCS-^r^CM 

1— I I-* 

cm 



iOHHHO(NCOC<l(NCO(NO^^-t , fNa«0'*0 
CM !OHOO ^ © ^f WOdO^N "*f 

r-H r— I i— I CM 

CN 



I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I 



O 
h 

o 
O 

* 



I I I I IOONNOOWO<N^-f(NCOO^O 
?DiO "^© -tf CO CO © "<*i t-~ Tji 



I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



lOHHHONO I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I !-■ 

CN <OHOJ 






CO 

£ r 






.» i> CO 



■©^ a 



d o • 



i Ji^ n c + J - d — 
»— > © ri w f — . — © 



._|So|&|S. 

_ co cc to . __ 

t» X d G g*'S.S 

so^s 9^.22 °- E 

P=H Cq H H rH Ph rH C^ 



d 
. o 
, u "-J3 



o o .j- 

■*-> -d - -™ 

a 



CD © CS S HH 






so rj 

. z> © *j 

C5 ffl IB O 



03 c 

co © 

© «3 

s s 

«5 



© 5+H l-U 'C "P 

•J *r! J © © 

• i CLi Z* ©-_Q _Q 
CN CN i =3 l ^ "2 
tH t-I CO P-t CO "^ "S 



t» "3 

- 3 I o 

o^a 3**»;r; 
°. °. wf"U- 

o © •« S a 

— — "g . o 
co to .d ^ bo 

*-" "- 1 CO __, v« 

© a> „'~ l 2 
^3 "^3 co co js 
— — cp cu -^ 

^M ^^^ 

7d id 3 
u fcl "C "2 "© 

^■^ "£ "£ ^ 

3- P-, uj ^s 

cocoOOPh 



o cq 

.-3 . 

a> ^ 
co ^ 

« CD 

. s 
tT o cu 

^co _g -3 
'c a* 

c« te 2 
a 2 

a • © 
i CM __ 

CO i-H H-l 



03 
© 



PQ 


PQ 




CD 




K 




«H 


-^< 




© 


09 


4-. 

d 


© 




d 


d 


^ 


_T 


4J 


-i 


co 


— i 


9J 


7j 

CD 




j. 


2 


"x 


9 


O 


© 

4^ 


-r 


So 

i 


a 


o3 





Uh 


H 




pq£ 


rl tH 



aOp-: r; rj 



CO 



390 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



T5 
CD 



a 
o 
O 



6 

w 
< 



•saws pajiun 
aqj jo Xjjadojj 


r» 1 

CO 


i i i i i I i 




IO lO^IN | I t> | | 
CM -rfi CO rt» 


*OJO 
'SUMOX 'S3IJIO 

jo uoissassoj uj 


00 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 


•«wnnr 

JO UO{SS3SSOJ UI 


GO CO 
CM 


1 I 1 -+i co 1 CO 

co qo 




1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


i i i 


•IBU88 


co r^. ao -* ci -^ 1 *-• »o 

— rH CM CM rt" 
CM 




cocooiCTsocN'tit^t^cocys 

CM — OlTji^^li-HtOl l^- CO 
ri <M CM rH CO ^H 


7681 
'I "UBf pu^H 
uo SujuiBinaa 


-+tuoco-fCT5coco^co 

h~ CM CM CM GO ** GO 




OOCOOICSON^NNCOO) 
(Ni-tOJ^-^^nHiO r^ co 
ri CM CM r-i CO -* r-i 


jo pasodsjp i«;ox 


1 CO 


1 1 1 *C 1 1 1 




OiOOCMrHCOuOCMrH 
i—i rH ri rH y—t 


1 CO CM 

CO 


*PI08 sapji 
-jy paumapuoo 


1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


•papaadxg 


1 CO 


1 1 1 «o 1 1 1 




OiCOCNrHCOiOCN'— • 
i—t ri rH ri r-( 


1 CO CM 

CO 


•joj pajunoo 
-OB oq oj ib;ox 


"rflGCCO-'+OiCOCO'-^CO 
t>- CM CM CM CO "^ GO 




NCO-'OCONOCONCSiH 
H CM CO ri CO lOH 


•p3J9AO09J pill? 

pajnppjnuBi\[ 


C — t 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 


•83JB1S P9Jian 

mOJJ P3AI303JJ 


-* 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 




1 1 1 1 1 O 1 1 


1 O 1 

o 

ri 


•pasBqojnj 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


'9681 

'X - UBf PUBH UO 


COCOCO-H05COCO^- I QO 
(N(M CM CM CO ^ GO 




r>-co^iocot>-coQOt^c5i— * 

■^COOiQiO rico O ^ 
ri CM CO ri CO ^H 


CO 

Ed 

o 

H 

Pd 

<1 






e 

CO 

s 

© 
CO 

8 

CO 

co 






Miscellaneous. 

Arm chests, 

Kquipment cases, 


Harness boxes, . 

1 Iorse-equipment bags, 

Horse-equipment cases, 

1 laversack and canteen cases, 

Sabre-chests, . 

Storage chests, . 

Mess kit chests, . 






Bridles for rifles, . 
Bridle screws, 
Band-springs, 
Bayonet clasps, . 
Bayonet-clasp screws, . 
Breech blocks, 
Breech-block caps, 
Breech-block cap-screws, 


Breech screws, 
Base screws, 
Butt-plates, . 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 391 

| M^(NO I iCOC* ICTSCC^GO I IONW I I <M O CS rH >0 CC O I CO CO 

UJCOCh MiOOl iC!N(DH CN iO ^ HiOGi (Mr- 1 CM CN O 

t-^ -^ CO TP rH rH r- iH 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I r- I | | i | | | | | | | | | | I I I 

CO 



CDN?:(NN50'OC"fHOWO>ai051>'ONCO^iO!OM(NiOiOO(NNCD(0 
— uO CO CO CN CN O CN ONNiON CNiO"3iCOCOrHiOOi CN O "0 r>- CN O 

CO rH rH -H-l CO "^ CN r- IHH O rH rH 



CCN^C-I(NCOiC^i-+HC5<N05?OC5I>»OI>-CO'- | iCOCC(NiO'0 0<MNCOCO 
-f iO CO CO CN CN O CN C N N (N t» (MO^COCOi—iiOOS N iQ »C N (N O 

CO rH r-iifOJ -^CNiH^iH UTJ i-H rH 



^OOMOQO I -# Oi CN | »C t^ CO 1^- CO CN | W ■* (N 't >0 C5 O CO I CO lOOQOQO 
(NtOrt r^CCCOCCt>.CNCNCN (NH CN O CO CO 

-HH rH rH -H* 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



-* CO CO C5 CO I -tOfN I »C N CC 1^ CO N |CO-HiCN-H<iOO5C}a0 |CO I OC CO CO 
(NOH NCCM OONNflCS CN rH CN O CO CO 



CNOCOrHOCOC^'OCOrHH-cT^OlCC^OU^Ot^COC^ — CN^CO'OCOCNiO^"'* 
lOCCfNXriCNCnO'O -f -r O O O CNQO»OCOCOCNCOCNr-iCNiO»OCOa:r>- 
CO CN iCiO^t C5COCNCOCN r-t CO rH rH 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I CM I I I 



lOIOl IOOOIOOOOOI I I I I I I I O I *C I I I I O 

»0»0 000000*00 O CN o 

iKNCO OKN^XH rH rH 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I 



<N'0!0HOtCQ'0^)HTj*Ci(NCC(NC , -'0Oh'MO-(NH50 I CD O >0 •* •* 

iceciNcoHfNCjas'O ^^000 cNaoocococNocNrH icoccqn 

CO CN n CO rH rH rH CO rH COrH 











»r 


















GO 


„ 


£ 


















• • • O ' ' ' 


• en • 


CJ 


• 


• 


• 


• • 


• 


• 


• • 


• • • 


a 


CD 






















E3 



a. - en 

■ J? -co • • c -— ; -— > 




OQ 












CO 

. ""3 . 


£ bc-o 2 


Oh 

JT CO 




CO 


-J 




."3=1 




CD 




5: 


I ates scr 
itches, 
itch spri 
itch thin 
e stocks 
ige-box 
rs, 


be bo - 


.3 c -5 "E £ £ 





-* 






9 


„ 


en 172 • 

be be 02- 


r sprin 
r-sprin 
v studs 


(B » i) H «■•*-> cfl CO & CO 

- tn tn 

•— •— bi b£ bn c 5 c 

A a.3.xK~ J .o K .0 s s> s> 

1 tn en go re 1 ■ 1 1 


do" 

rrl 


ocks, 
ers, ri 


DO 


s 

c 


J, CO 

co T3 
0) S3 



392 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 






a 
o 
O 



6 



aqj jo jfj.iado.ij 


1 1 


|<Ofti-i 1 ^ 1 I O 1 *fNM 1 1 ICi 

rrcoco co oomto -^ 

C^ <M i— I tH O* r-t 




1 1 


•oja 
jo uojssassoj ui 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 


JO UOIS89SSOJ UJ 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 


'IBuas 


1 ^OWCi^kC^iC^Oi^^NOOO l<MCi 






'IBSl 

'I *UBf ptlBH 

uo SinuiBtnaH 


1 •^ i oooo5^<o^'iO'*ai'^'^r>.ooo I (noi 

NNOrtHHr l <N i— 1 






jo pasodsjp iwjox 


O <N 
O 


1 (NOJON«ON(NN^O't»(NO(NH 

1-H rH 




1 1 


•p[08 saprj 
-jy pauraapuoo 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 


•papuadxa 


O <N 

o 

■Q 


1 (NOCNCNININ^O^QONONH 
CO CO rji CO rH l-tQOf O 
i-t i— 1 




1 1 


•joj pajunoo 
-OB »q 0} IBJOJ, 


O(0OO00- J (NON!0'-o^-OJ»Oi'O 
OtHHNO00NC'*OOC!(N-CO'*'O 
»0 NWCnHH^H r- -H^ rH i—l 






•pajaAOoaj puB 
paanjOFjnuBK 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 


mojj paAiaaag 


IIIIOOIIIIIIIOOIIIO II 

o o o o o 

i—> r- ( i— i CM r- 1 


•pasBqojnj 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 CN 1 

rH 


'9681 
l I 'UV£ paBH "0 


0'*HHN!CXNiOM l 0005N«iOO-* 






as 

m 

j 

>-l 
H 






s 

S3 
© 

CO 

5 






bio 




Rear swivel screws, . 
Rammer stops, 


Receivers, . 

Ramrods, 

Sears, .... 

Sear screws, 

Sear springs, 

Sear-spring screws, 

Stock tips, . 

Stock-tip screws, . 

Side screws, 

Side-screw washers, . 

Tang screws, 

Tumblers, . 

Tumbler screws, . 

Triggers, 

Thin front sights (naval bri 

Trigger screws, . 

Upper bands, 


Artillery. 
Curb bits, 
Elevating screws, 



1897.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



393 



i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 



i i i ^ i i i i 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I *Q I I O I I I I I I 



00 CO crs GO |-^-^i—i 
OJOCOtO CO CD co 
O <— i "^ CM 

CM iO 



CM t-l CNCN t-h i-t CM •«?« rH »0 



~* r^ I — i >o I I I 

(MO CO 



5 

0Q 



»o»o»-it-iot^~-'r— losGOt>t^.cTiGO>o^'-"COCM 

CM »-t <MCM i— IH <M »0 t— t iO 



CN O ^ O iO - ' •— ' -* 
CM CO CO CM CO CO CO 
i-^CM T^ CO 
CM >0 



3 
O 

cq 



IIIICMIIIrHlllCOIIIIIII 



CO CO <M I I I I I 

CO OS 

»— CO 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I CO I I I I 
<M 
<M 






llll<M|||i-H|||COIIIIIII 



CO CO CM I I I I I 

CO CT5 

>— CO 



iO>CHHCNt>.--NHO>C0N'OO5C0'O' - H»CN 
<M i— • <M(M i— I t-i CO ifJH O 



lOCO— * CM »0»— ''—•'— ' 
iC >C N 'O CO CO CO 

CM CO tJi O^ 

CO CO 



I I I I I I I I I I — I I I I I I I I I I I l co I 1 I I 

CO 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ] I I I I I O I I I I 

»o 

<M 



GO 



IIIICNIIIIIIIOCOIIIIII 



CM CM | I I —■ -* -^ 

CM O CO CO "O 



3 
O 

3 






lOOi-iH | t>--NH05t>.t>.cocox>iO'- | HaoN 

<M CN CM i-t CMrHi-tO 



CO ^ — * CO »o I I I 

COCNO 

i— ( o 



a> .5 

• • • F* „r • .ji • < • ■ 

fcfig o 

— -- — 

O .. Cv> •■ 

. . . "O .. . . co 3. *.£>.. * 

t^jta^^ OS S © .S .S O O O O O C5 P4&1™ '-b»t>- 






bo 



-© x 



*j > cZJ 

* «T CO CO 

» c a 

to CO 00 

3 3 3 
OOO 



CO 

(-1 . 
CD 

co - 

(jj co *-> -3 
co o C O 



3 c3 oti 7i 

co 00 co co 

3 3 3) O 

3 3 3 3 



CQM«ao9CQPQfiQ 



394 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



aqi jo Ajjadoij 



I <o | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | o« | | | I | 



co 



co 



•o;a 
'sua\oi 'S3U!0 

JO UOISS33SOJ ui 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 


1 I 


1 


1 1 1 1 


; jo aoissdssoj ai 


^t if: !N cc x — n rt c c. r- — u-: 
(nthi-i aa oa o<> »o cm cm 


1 cm 
»o 
•5 


1 <M 

oc 

o 


1 


i -f »o ca 

co ..~ « 

»Q<M oi 


'IBU38 


— — CO | — « t^. O CO — 10 *0 — "* 1 

WCC iQ CN — !OC(NXr: 
DO 




GO x: 


Ol 


o r% as — * 

~ CO — r (M 

CO 



'ZfiBl u-: c x c n u~ - r: h< - - c c c x "n - -- 'N c *: x :: 

. . . x - - c m^ c r: r. i.: r: n u: u: c c io co o t^ os to 

1 "OBf puBH CM <-^w i-i ^.'^ , CO CO-^li CM tt t ^.'~' ^OJW 3^ 

U0 3UIIHB0133J O t^ "* »o CO"* 



c 
o 

a 



o 



< 



I OC <M | I | O I ^ CM I I I r- (M ^ I i-l I I Ci CM I 

CM i— i CM tO CO CO 

•jo pasodstp ib^ox «o i-i iH 



•pios sa[oij 
-jy paaraapuoo 



I O I I I I I | I | I I I I I I I — I I I I I 

i-i CO 



•papaadxg 



I CO CM I I I O I — CM I | Ir-Wi- | | | ir.N I 
i— i-t CM CO CO 

<-0 1-t 



i^^C'CNCcir: x :: - c ^ c c - c c ?i "M o ^ c ^ 

•jo; pajunoo ac t^ co o t>- t^ CM co 08 <C co i^ o <0 ~ »Q X co ~ X O to 

: CN — -O r-i i-> "^ CO CO "^ CM CM-* t^ ^- -?• >X CO CM 

-OB dq oj ib;ox •• 



oo 



iO CO ^ 



•P3J3AOD3J PUB 

paatUDBjnuBK 



« I- I I I l 
co oi 



I I I I I I I i o i -* i i 

00 CM 



•Sams panu;i 

m0ij P9-1J9D3JJ 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I © I I I I I 



CAIOftllllllOftllllOllltllll 

»o r>- o 

•pasBqDjnj cm cm cm 







1 — 


N» '0 !*■ 


CAOtCeOH 1 


-» 


o to | CO CO »■ CM < 


X Ol o *o 




mh 


r^ 


m c: L- 


n w :* r; c r: 


r^ 


"C «o r. r: n x c co 






^^ 


:o — 


»— -^* co to T 


T4 


^t< — — CO lO CO CM 


'X -UBf PUBH U0 


CO 




oo — 




»0 CO -^ 














r~ s 










„ 






>s 










■ 






_r /-s > 










a. 






5 - ci 












»f 




j; os ^ • 

0C t/ Jh S CJ 




X 






■ X O 


s- 

— *_ - i. — — 


►» 






s 




•/. 




X ~ ."T ~T- ~§ £: 




~ rr -< X X •— < 


Infanl 
artilliB 
cavali 


< 




• "5 




x .= - i. = - 


i: 


— U »** s^ s«/ 
X X - - 

X X X X X 








C DQ 


■ x x x - r- 












■» ^- 




- - - - Z — 


7. 


OD X — — — — ^ 


— — - — 






% t f 


■ ■ .^ 


.X .X .X .X ~ T. 


~ 


x r: w ^ ^ ^. x: 








x — 


r r r 


-- >> > ;» r r 


^ 


^ X — — — ^ 


/err 






BO — 


> > - 


~ ~ ~ ~ r. go 
00 X 


X 


g g bobo&So^ 


x x — - 






- - 


_ — 






X ~ '— "C _ ' ~ X 


:c- £ g 






~s* ' 


- - -"' 


,^v ^^. 


<• 


n o '1" r£ '" '-" '" 


-- :- :: " 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 395 



1 1 1 1 


1 1 I 1 1 


1 


I 1 »o 1 1 


1 


1 1 1 1 




1 ! 1 


I i l i l 








-* 


















t- 












1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 


1 


<* 
1 1 1 1 1 


I 


1 1 1 1 




1 1 1 


I i I I 1 


OOH-J 


! <M I O 1 


1 


1 | CONCOiO 


CM | i-i | 




<* 1 1 


I CO X O 1 


lOOMiO 


-f CO 




f lOOf 


CO l— I 






os r^ co 


CO CM 


ex 




OS »C "c8 








ooci< 


-* 






•^ 










•<* 








Hw 












lO IOCOOSCCCMOSCMCOC 


1 


| CO 'O CM 




I n>ooc 


•*f o «o CO CO o 




OS -*t< — i 




O t^ OS 




Tt» OS 


C>J •— i t>- iQ 


1— I I—t 


CM l-H 




■<* CM 




CO OS 




CO CM r— CM 








^-t 










i— ( 








r-4N 












iO«5^NO)OcNS5(NOaO«-1'N'^iO 


CM X r^- CM 




■^ 1^ «o 


CO OS -H iO O* 


lOiONO 


<o O CO <— ' o 




CS OS iO — ^ 


"* 


CO O CO OS 




■^ o 


CM O O CO >0 


tt< CO 


CNWrHH 




■rf OS t^ •<* 


CO OS 




CO 


CM CO CO "* CM 


-^ 






rH Tji 










CO 


j i - — • a 


CO ( 1 I I 

CO 
CO 


1 


1 1 "* 1 1 

CO 


o 


1 1 ^ r>- 




1 CO 1 


HiOOOCO 
O i—i CM CO 


1 1 1 1 


CO 1 1 I I 


1 


1 1 CO I 1 


1 


1 1 1 1 




1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 




CO 




CN 














CO 


















»o 
















1 IH | 


1 1 1 1 1 


1 


1 1 CO 1 1 

CO 


o 


1 I T* r- 




1 CO 1 


»-" iO os o co 

O HCNCO 

T-H 


lOOCNNNONCi'M 


CO CO CO X f P o 


cm x — or. 




^CO«005-^CO»OQO 


>0 iO h« >0 (N '" X — < O 




CT5 iO »C *—* 


"O 


CCCO-f 




iO OS 


cm i— ' r>- ic x 


-* CO -& CM CM r-H »-l 




^ o t* 


"* 


CDO>H 




CO CO CO CO ^ CM 


** 


>o 




i— i iO 










CO 


1 1 1 1 


OS I | | | 


1 


1 1 1 1 1 


1 


1 1 1 1 




1 1 o 


1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 


CM 

1 1 1 1 1 


1 


1 1 1 1 1 


1 


1 1 1 1 




CO 

1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 


1 


I | | r- — 1 


1 


« | | (N 




-<* O 1 


1 O t 1 1 








*o 




CO 




»o 


© 
»o 


ifliONN 


COOCMOSCMCOGOCOOO 1^*0 


I co — ' r>- 




1 eooo-twox 


lOON'OCHOX'-O 




cs »o -^ 


o 


CO-f 




lOCN -NCX 


■VWCCCNWnri 




Tf O t>- 


«* 


eocjiH 




CO CO ~- CO ^cH CN 


"* 


tO 




i-^ iO 










CO 










en 


/*>» 


m 














CD 


en 


cd 












■i 


o 


0) 


a 






w 






>> 




o 


> 
9 

05 






s, . 
corp 






nd cavalr 


CD 

T3 


ppie 




on), 


corp 
ance 


«2 en 




O 
* > 

o 
cd 


. o . . 

en 


> 

o 
o 


J3 - 


'IS 

1— > 

- .4-3 

en _ »■ r* 


ifc-t •■— . - ■ CD 


• 


. . . . «j 




5 S en 




alion), 

38, clot 

elm ets 


rouser 
fantry 
ounted 
aval bi 
ttons, 


"en c5 5 £2 


2-5 S > 

« ? n (O w 


— 


nts' caps, 
rs, 

ings, U. S. 
ings, State 
es, artiller 


en 

. o 


•— OJ i> * 


05 


coats, 

coats, 

ets, inf 

ets, art 


ets, wh 
ets, cav 
et butt< 
et cord 
et fron 


— 


ickets, 
propel 


r al batt 
tes for 
er blan 
ce strij 


01 


naval batt 
lecve bugl< 
pikes for h 


es for t 
sers, in 
sers, m 
sers (n 
sers bu 


-^■^2 2 
K CS C 2 

0"--- 


S 2 2 E E 


*>■ 


2 .2 bt fcc £ 
t S fee be 5 


* "5 


nav 
oset 
ubb 
ervi 


> 


a. S 2 3 3 
•r o o o o 


• H 'n D d) 


Q C5 C, CD 05 


CO 


« CD CD w — 


O CD 


11-1 


W *"' '^ ^ "^ 


"■n r* l " - l ~ l 


1— i — * 1— 1 1— 1 1— * 


C/} Cfl r^ p-5 r-5 P* 


P-ltf 


MKCfltX! 


tZ2 c/j cc c-i c-i r-i r-i 



a, 

e3 
CJ 

CD 

3 



>. 



a. 

eS 
U 

CD 

3 

.SP 

c3 
El. 



396 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



T3 
© 



o 



6 



•sajBjs paijun 


1 1 1 1 1 1 




1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


aqj jo A"jjadoj<j 














•o;a 


1 1 1 1 1 1 




1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


i 'SUAiOX '89U10 














jo uoissassoj ni 
















CN -* QO »C »C r* 




1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


i 1 1 


•BiJWTC 


iOCOOO»(N 
■^i O "^ "^ -^1 












jo noissassoj ui 
















1 1 1 1 1 1 




WCOOiCOJlOOOiOC 


O 00 uo 


qBuas 






CO ■<*! 


iC o o 


oo eo — 


O CO C5 










.m to cc 


~- CN i—i 


-jy 8J*;S »V 








1—1 




CN i-i 


•1681 


CN ** GO O O ■<* 




COC005»0»0<MOOCiOO 


CO X o 




uJOOOOQON 




co ^ 


<! — c 


c~ to — 


»o CO o 


'I •OBf pu^H 


■"t" »0 "*f "* ^ 






CN to 


»>oo 


i— ( CN .—i 


uo SuiujBraaH 








1-H 


CO i-l 
CN 


CN i-i 




1 1 1 1 1 1 




1 1 CN 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 O 1 


1 CO -4 


•jo pasodsfp i«jox 










CO 


O CN 

-rf CO 


•pios S9ptJ 


1 1 1 1 1 1 




1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


-jy paamapaoo 
















1 1 1 1 1 1 




1 1 <M 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 O 1 


I CO — « 


•papaadxa 










^1 
oo 

ad 


er> CN 

TJH CO 




(N -* » O iO "f 




n co h id o <n c o c. c o 


tO i—l to 


•joj pa;anoo 


o o o » oo N 




CO o 


•o o c 


co o «— 


•o o *-* 




r}< iO "^f ^ "^ 






CM to 


QO 05 O 


— ' r^ o 


-OB aq o; ibjox 








1-H 


p-4 1— ^ 

CO 


CN i— ' 


•paaaAOoaa pas 


1 CO T* | | | 




1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


painjDBjnaBK 












earns paJiaa 


1 1 1 1 1 -* 

CN 




1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 


mojj paAiaoajj 
















1 1 1 *o >o 1 




1 1 CN 1 1 


1 1 1 


-f o o 


1 o o 




QO QO 




1— 1 




GO O CN 


■«*l CN 


•paBBqojnj 


"* ^ 








co" 


■*ti O} 




CN — ^f I I I 




MCOOCOfNOO 


C O iC © i- 1 © 


'9681 


iQCOO 




co co 


»o o o 


O O Ci >o w o 










<M O t> 


i-H CN CN 


't "OBf pubh no 








«-" 


QO 
CN 


CN i-H 




/— N 






















a 














^.^Z o 














*~^ r ""■ * 






















































— _ — . . 
















• so • J_, * 

to © 








, 


— — 

c3 - ,— .. 


ej 


co" 






DQ 


.D .O c3 co 

a cs « 3 • * 

fc» > S CO 


CO 


c tj - 

.— £ co 

> cr co 


•r bt 




. . . 


«5 


eels'. - 


s 


• 2 • oi 


&~u 


• • 


co" 

• — 








« - 2 

■f -Cm 
S-i CO 


— -«-3 

co © a 


U CO 


.lis 

no -r bC 




oo © • ■— s :> -C g 

© © o o © © 




c3 .. © © 

F ~ "^ a" 3" 1 


© *-> ■*-> 
X - P 

c © © 




.5: 5_~ 




-u *j -*-i ■*-> — ^ 




£ ♦* <■ 


■4J ^_l — ' 


— >^ — H 




£££££* 






•— — — ^ ~ > -*-->-t>-->- 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 397 

I I I I I I I ! I I I I I I I I I I 00 I I I I I I I I I 

OS 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



CM CO | (N(N^r^y:iO I (OOHHriH NW'OOIN^NWW'OM'O 

i-ii-t t-h CM -<*i CO "<f GO i-iOOOWMNO^INNN 

QO "^ C^ i— < CO 



i-l CN CM CM I I CON I <N« I | | | I IOOO |(N!0?OCS«0 I I 

•^H CO '-£> CC O 

i—t «© i— I 



i-H i— i i—( <M ~* CO 'ttOCO i— i (N 'O CO »■ i CO CO "*i 00 t^. CM 

CM T Tj" OS i— I CO 



COCO I I I I 1^1 I ICOI I I I I IXC1CCO l-f |C)iO I 

i-H i— i OS CM CM 

CM 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



COCOIIIIlTtilllCOIIII I I00S5OW I"* IOO I 

i-i i-i OS CM CM 

(M 



i-if-i i-h CMtjiCO ■* WO n^iOOHMN^oOlM 

CM t>- "tf 1 OS •— • "*J* 



1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


i-t 


1 1 


1 CM 1 


1 1 t* 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1H1-I1H I 


1 


1 © 
CM 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 



NnHN | INN |«(NCO | I | I CM||"*||OIIIII 

i— 1 H CM iO 



-*NH(N(N-i'NNiOC5(NC5 | | | 1-1 ^*NiOOOMCNHOMiO 

i-H i-t r-i CM -^ CO CO^CCO r-iCNCOC'-'aO^'tOSOCN 

CM CO "J 1 OS "^ 






f . . . .go . g =3 03 g 

^ -^ W C ""H iz t. rt ~ 



!1 M A • 



kJ/n»c2Q "^ ,c3^j ^M<l6 2 

^ W . , . fa- "3 3= . . • _ 5 



^ 7n " 73 . .CCS DO • m 

rS 2Z ,5— ^ o -g .x .- .- ~ c3 — w 

.5^ • P^'3S c wS-"o3'oSrt§3fJ-43 

o « 2 " 8? m -^^m^n — — ^.^--v 

cd bfi-2 bo M - ^«Sc2j:~~:r b* S °* 



*» E° <» 

•§ ^ 2 -« 

tj • • £ • • cj • • • 3 r . -^ © " B ^c3'S 



I »- Hill llllls I s s sSIliSSS f =!« 

"S « c 5 «s 13 5 $ -r .22 be be be g g*-g oo2a ©2 "STg5 3 * 



398 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan 



•sams P 3 U n fl 
au.1 jo ^jjadoij 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I 



•oja 

'SOMOX '83IJIO 

jo uojssassoj ui 



jo uotssassoj ui 



•psuas 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I ! I I I I I I 



^0)03)H- co CM 



CO IrHT* | --HHrt | H H CO t> 
CO f- 



I I O I I I 1 



"O lO-tr^S 



•1681 

'I -OBf PUBJJ 

uo SuiuiBtaaH 



llwiOOH'tHHH O CO 






•;o pasodsip ibjox 



I -* <N I I I I I I I I I I I 

*o cm 



CM iO I I I I N 
CM 



- 

s 

.s 

".5 

e 
o 

o 



6 

to 

a 
►J 

- 
< 



-jy paumapuoo 



I I l 



I l I 



I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I 



•papuadxa 



I ^ CM | I I I I I I I I I I 
iO CM 



CM iO I I I I h- 
CM 



moj pajunoo 
-an aq oj ib;ox 



OCOC«*t^O)OCO»>CO'sON 
-rt< -T> CM Ci »— I -^ t— I i— I i— t COCO 
CM CM i-H 



MROOQOO-4 



'paiaAoaaj pus 
pamjDBjnuBK 



rl | | | | | | | I I I I I I 



•saws pajinn 
raojj paAiaaag 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I 1 I 



I I I I I I I 



•pasBipjnj 



| X"C I |0©0030«OC5i©fc>- 
■^fCM f HHfi COCO 



I I I I I I I 



•9681 



SOW^-f I 1 I I I I I I I 

"tf 1 © O Ci i-l 
CM i-H 



N CS O C X O h 

O ■ »C "t »-" © 

"O 



ca 



■fccQ 







172 

a 












4-1 






u 






- 
r! 


OQ 

ft 


. 


< 


09 


BO 

03 


►— 




— 


OQ 


r: 


•- 


Rl 


-.— 














- 






- 




^C 


H 



. • QQ 

V 



be 

0) o 
a> o 



• bo 
B 

■ . ^ ►^ o •■ 

» — Lj -» ~ o 

is w - - ° 



! S=£ 



os os S §£ 



_ 00 w m 

(« QQ 03 



I|Jfll5|l|l 
U S S oq QQ jz; k pq ,j ^ Ph 



o 

a 

CJ 

bJD 

<* S 

a • 9 

o to o 

§ *u w 

b bT . ° . • .5° 

^ o S? ^r •- 

$ O fi g &, 

5-02 * bO AS g — 

i 5) c •= ^ ^ ^J 

»^M c j= J2 S a 

■rr tc -»j -^ rr ?! w 

L* /^ *Z -r> "^ "^ 2Q 

^ r< ki ^ »< — h 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 309 



1 1 1 1 1 1 1 cc 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I | I I 1 I 1 I 


i 


1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


|^-+"^| | IOON 1 1 I | 1 IQOI 1 I 1 I I IO 

i— 1 i-H *-H X •— ' OS GO 


i 


1 >o X 1 


i-l | I | «© O CO CM CM |CONiCi(JO'fai(N30(NHO5OS05'*C0(N«0'O 
QO CM CO «— i r-i CN i— ■ t>. »0 CM i— I O N r- • OS Tji 
CM i-i 


i-i'*'*^COO«NCNNtONtC'00'fN<NCCNH050N05 , >*COr M lO 

GO i— ii— " i— < CM CO OS .— i OS r- CM i-l f^. CO CM H O O i— ' -T X "<*• 
CM i— I i— 1 i— 1 


1 1 1 1 1 CM 1 r-t | t>. | | IHCSH | 1 CO 1 ICO I | | 

i-H i— i 


I 


1 HNN 
l-H CO 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 |(N |H IN | | |HOH | ICOI ICOI 1 1 
r~t i-i 


i 


1 --NCN 
i-i CO 


r--f-f'*CO(NCOX'M'fCONiOC005iONN^(NH(NONOiJi 
CO-nHH CM CO OS i— I •— • i— I CM i— ' X O CO i— li— iiO»0 
CM i—i i—i i—i 


JC00-N 
t— »0 OS t>- 

i—l 


1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 <* 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I CO 


I 


rH | | 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


|^"*i*l II ICMCMCMI 1 i— 1 1 1 II I 1 II I I I 

i— 1 r- 1 i—l i— 1 i— i i— 1 


i 


1 1 CM O 

i—i CO 


~* 1 | 1 | «0 «N CO X 1 CM | NiOiOOiON(N--(NH(NON , 0't 

x (McoasocM i-ixcoco t-ii-i»oo 

CM i— 1 i— i r-1 


(NCOQN 
i— i iQ t> -^t 

i—i 






g cy en 


Blankets, II. Q., Single 
Blocks, single, with ro 
Blocks, double, with n 
Blocks, triple, with ro] 
Bedsteads, iron, . 
Basins, tin, . 
Brooms, stable, . 
Bugles, U. S., 
Bugles, State, 
Bugle cords, 
Bugle cords, State, 
Candlesticks, 
Carpets and rugs, 
Castile soap, 
Chamois skins, 
Chairs and stools, 
Chopping axes, . 
Chopping-axe helves, 
Cleaning paste, . 
Clocks, . 

Clothes brushes, . 
Corn brooms, 
Crow-bars, . 
Curtains and fixtures, 
Drums, . 


no" 

Cfl 

E 


Drum cords, . 
Drumsticks, pairs, 
Drum slings, 
Drum heads, 



400 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



aqi jo A^jadojj 



I I I I I I i I l I I I I I I I I I I I I | | 



^ 'W I I I I I I I i I i ! I I I I I I | i | | | | 

'SOAIOI '?- 

JO U0ISS3SS0J UI 



JO U01S89SSOJ UI 



I i •?•© I I I •*• I I ©• I i i i i i i i i i i i 



•JFU3S 



^ wh i -*r <-^ 






O (M X C -r - 
ao SuiaiBaidH 



POb -*# C* I — I CO C4 t* 






I I I 00 i-l I I I I I <M I I I I I I | I I I | 



•jo pasodstp i*}oi 



•PIOS S3 on 

-jy pautnapuoo 



= 
o 



o 

— 

- 
- 
< 




i i i i i i i i i t i i i i i i i i i i i i i 



I I I I 00 r-l | | | | | <N | | | i | | | | | | | 



•joj pajanoo 
-db aq oj imoj. 



«-~ (M X O t^ <N r-i 






H0QHO 

CO 



•p3J3ACs»J PUB 
paJUJDBJt!UVJ\ 



O I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I 



•tams paaiu^ 

OIOJJ p9AI9D9H 



I i i i : i i I i i I I i i i i I I i I i i i 



I I o I I I •* I oi I I I I c*ao I I i i I i I 



■poCTqund 







Cr-c-rt'-Nn 



■s. a 

- 0D 



_- - - 

■ ■ 



~ X ' tE • » • ■ * " • " * ' ' ~Z '— f- T. ' p. „ * 

IP -jj ■» tm <D m — — r: » ■ ■ 

- I- -r — - .v. — - s - t. — ~. r - — ~ -*■ x - - x 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 401 



1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 


Il0»lllllllllllllllll^--O0<©<00l'*|| 

T- 1 TH T-I T-t «© 


OHWHINNOH(Nt*HOffiHiOi<HH"fO»5 | | | | | CO Ci H O 
i-(COtH©0<M OJ iH r-t »OC^ rfl t-I 
r—i 


OHOHlNN'Xi^NNHOtDHiCi-fHr-^^HnooiatOOCO'WHO 
T-tt>-rHOOC<l CirH tH «OCOt-( rH Tfl t> tH 


I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 C- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ^ 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t- 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 -h 1 

i— 1 


OHiO^NNWHCS^HOCOHiCtHHTtCC-fCOtOCOOXMiOO 

1—1 (SHOO C^ OJH TH lOl-ICO T-t T-I Tfl t> T-I 1-H 
T-t 


1 I I l I t I 1 1 I I 1 1 I 1 1 l 1 I I I 1 l l l 1 i e* i 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 t 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i* 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 CO 1 1 1 


OrilCHCMNO^Ht^HOtOHlO^HH^W-CCOOtOWO 1 tH»00 
t-I t>» t-i © O CN OiH t-» O ri CO tH t-I t—itH 
t-I 




12 ^ 


holders, 

naval brig 
ance corp 


Oil stoves, . 
Paper cutters and 
Pick axes, . 
Pick-axe helves, 
Pillows, 
Pillow-cases, 
Pipe wrenches, . 
Polishing paste, . 
Pumps, 
Pump-spouts, 
Platform scales, . 
Kakes, iron, . 
Rakes, wood, 
Screens, H. Q., 
Sentry boxes, 
Settees, 
Scales, copper, 
Shears, . 
Sheets, . 
Sheepskins, . 
Shovels, 

Signal kits, U. S., 
Signal kits, U. S. ( 
Signal haversacks 
Signal canteens, 
Signal lanterns, 
Snap hooks, . 
Stretchers (ambu 
Sponges, pieces, 
Stoves, oil, . 



402 ADJUTANT GEXERAL'S KEPORT. [Jan, 



•saws P9ii"n 

aqj jo A"j.i9dojj 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



'SUMOX 'S3IJIO 
JO UOISS.1880J UI 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



JO U01SS9SS0J UI 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I 



•IUU9S 

•iy 8}tns *v 






H(N05N-*^COC;eQeOrHCO 
»0 t> OS rJH 

1-H <M 



•Z681 
'X 'UBf pu«H 
uo SuiuiBUiaa 



O CO OS T-H 



»0 t» OS Tt< 

r-t (M 



•jo pasodstp p3px 



I -* I I I I O I I I I I O I I I I I r-i I I 

tO CO CO 



•pps soptj 
-ay pauraapuoo 



I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I 



III! 



P 
O 



d 

- 



•papuadxg 



I I ^ I I I I >0 I I I I I O I i I I | rH | | 

O CO CO 



•joj pajunoo 

-OB aq 0} [BPX 



N-*tO«OCOH(NCO 
iO «0 "<* OS 



r-iCNOSt^^TfCOOSCOCOCNCO 

*C © OS Tt* 

i— t rH CM 



P9J3A003J PUB 

pajnjOBjnuBK 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



■saws P8«un 

mOJJ P3AI303H 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



•pasBqDjnj 



I I 6<l | | | | | I r-t | | (N 04 | I | I | | | | 



•9681 
•I 'UBf pubh UO 



N-^^^OCOHfMOOH |<MOSia04TtiCCOSCOCO<MCO 
lOOt* OS COO OS •<# 

r-i rH GN 



m 

O • • • 03 

C O m .S 
* o •% • a bD - „ • - . 

° » g D« Ss\n S «g ,2 £ fcLce of 

^ s &■ 5 is S § £ c - « « £ £ cs •£ bo _- g 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 403 

i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 

i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 

I I I I I I l I I I I I (N I |HNHH IO00NH | |J)N 



nfNHH^COOSHHN-*-* »-H -+i <M I -*H(M50N(NCO I H N | i-l 

CO i-l r-l tH CM <M 



CO i-l i-( iH CS CO 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



CO<Ni-Hi-«t~aOCS!-ii-it>.-^Tt< W"+(NHCCNKCNOiOHHCNCN?3 

CO i-( tH tH <M CO 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I 



iWCNHHfQOClHHN'*^ Wf(NHCOCNM?ONOiOHH(N(NCO 

CO r-t iH iH <M CO 



5° = ^> <U Cfi 



gL<M *^ "£ °° CO - M " g j£ 88 



404 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



o 
O 



6 

PQ 

•4 



a HI jo ^fjaadojj 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


i i 


•djd 
'suavox 'satjjo 
jo uoissessoa ui 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i || 


•«mnn 

JO UOISSOSSOJ UJ 


CON 1 H | eOH | COH | | H | | <M i-l C<* 


i i 


•IBU9S 

-jy 9J«?S TV 


-* i-H -H 1 rH CO I (N I 1 WW^NiO 1 1 1 
H CO 


CNJ CN 


•2681 

'I 'UBf PUBH 

uo Suiut^tnaji 


NW"*HH^iH(N(WHMlMiONiO(NH(N 
rH CO 


CM CN 


•jo posodsip ibjox 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 


•pios sapij 
-ay pauraapuoo 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 


•papuodxa 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 


•joj pajunoo 
-OB sq oj ibjox 


r-i CO 


CM C* 


P^J0AOD8J PUB 

painpBjnuuit 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I , II 


•sojbjs pajiun 

THOJJ P3AI3D3JJ 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 


•pasBipanj 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 


•9681 
l l *UBf paBH QO 


NCO-<J*HHCOHNCOHCO!N»ONO<NHW 
rH CO 


CM <N 


CO 

H 
o 

1— I 

H 












to 


Pointing stakes, . 
Priming wires, 
Fuses for 10-in. shell, 
Spoon and scrapers, 
Scrapers, 

Shell hooks, pairs, 
Shells, wood, 
Spatulas, 
Sleeves, pairs, 
Spirit-levels, 
Tompions, . 
Tube pouch belts, 
Wiper sticks, 
Vent covers, 
Wrenches, . 
Tube pouches, 
Pointing cords, . 
Vent punches, 


Siege-Oun Imple 
Carriages and chases, 
Breech-sights, 10-in., 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



405 



i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 



i i i i i i i i i i i i i 



i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 



i i i i i i i i i i I i i 



i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 



i i i i i i i i i i i i i 



CO 



CC(N(N(NM0O^(N(N(MCO<N<N(NW 



<N CO iO ^ CO (N W 
CO 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I OQiH | iH | | | 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I 00 iH I iH | | | 



COCNeNCNCOCOCNCNCNCMCOCMCN04CM 



»0 -tf »0 O CO <M CM 

CO 



I I I I i-H I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I J I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I 



COC<»CNCNCNX)CNCNCNC<JCOCNCNCNCN 



HHHHHHlO-flCOCONW 

CO 

«o 

V 
S. 

e 

Si 

8 - 

,<i> «) 

fej . .2 

I of § 

.5 .5 © co u •« Q i iT-- ^ G o a> 
^^-•^cu^Hti^^--^ 5 bc^ 

oo t- .a c3 o o^Jr t- .— 43 cs jj 



c 



.T3 

a 



o *7 

^ • • •© " 

v m L _ fr • 






406 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



•saws pajinn 
aqj jo ^;j3doJd 



I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



'SUM.OX 'S9IH0 

jo uoissassoj ui 



•«murc 

JO UOIS838SOJ UI 



I I 



I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I J 






Mr- lr- IHNWCOr- INHr I H H CO H H r- I <N 



•i68I 

l I *lU3f PUSH 

uo SuiuiBraan 



MHHH(N(NCOH(NHHHHCOHHH(N 



jo posodsip ib;ox 



I I 



I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I 






a 
o 
O 



10 
6 



•PIOS 80pi} 

-jy pautnapuoo 



I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I 



•popaodxg 



I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I i I I 



•joj pa;unoo 
•OB oq oj ib^ox 



•P8I3AOD9J PUB 

paanjoBjnaBHj 



mOJJ P3AI033H 



I I 



I I 



«HHHtNNWH(NHHHHCOHHH(N 



I I I I i I I I I I I I I I < I I I 



! I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I 



•pasBqojnj 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I <N I . I I 



•9681 
'X -uuf pui?H «0 



COHHHINOqeOr- IC^tHt-Ht-HtHi— IHr I H (N 



a 

ft • 

► 

U 

o 

to ^ 

tn 

^ O) 

£ cs 



£ a 

■ST*! . -svj 

Si ^ t- a to 

<w os d ^ 

eg .•>* ao. ., . . _r . . . . o ■ 

K-"^ t> b- !* 2 ~ kl 3 D,^ ? a fi ffl o 

J& S S %&*$ § d D ^|| g J £>* g » g 5 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



407 



i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 



i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 



i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 



^T-Hr-<C<JC^-H(N»-lr-IC<>i-lTti<M»--ie< 



CO t-H t>- CO 

1-1 © 



■^HHIMNHINHHWH^WHN 



r-t 1-1 1- HDr- iNMHr I i— I r- 1 i— I »0 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



Tl<HHW(NH(NHH(NHT)(INHN i— I H H O H N W r- IrHi— I H H O 

1-H © »-l 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I r* I I I I I I I I I I <e 



""fi-li-lfMtMr-lCSrHr-ICMi-I^C^T-IC^ *-• I H CO H N CO H H H H H O) 

i-i © 



' I i C/3 



9 



a 

e3 

u 



C3 «r • ^ W3 



-J CJ O 

g,oo 

*».£«•? ► ■ 

CO C O •> / — v 

*"~ M -^ ro CO 

l§ "O o B*i o of g 

*. w ^ of * « ^ X *-> 

,C .73 CO o> OS 3 C i„ 

7^0J 0) 9)^ W3 ^ e£ « ?, CJ2 2? ^ 5 

OS — — o r* •«-' 03 ^ ^f^- 43 © ^h 

•r -t ?5 c- ferfcn^^ hn© o 



408 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT, 



[Jan 



© 

3 

a 
o 
o 



JO 

6 

« 



OIU JO jfM3^0JJ 



'SUMOJ, l S3niO 
JO UOISS38SOJ «I 



JO BOISS98SOJ UI 



TBU08 



ho Suiniifcoaa 



jo paeodsipiBgox 



•pios saiojj 
-jy p©uaaapuo;> 



•papuadxg 



•joj p^anoo 
-are zq o* irjoj, 



-p9a»Aoo@a pure 
peaivpBjmivff 



TOOJJ p»AI3O0(a 



•p^sreqainj 



'9681 



DO 

a 
H 



I I I I I I I I I 



k I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I \ I I 



nHWHOOtOCOO 

o o o 

CO GO 



r-+r-IO^T-lOOtOCOO 

o o o 

CO QC 



» » I > > I 



\ I 



I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I 



HHNHOOtOCOO 

o o o 

CO QO 



I I I I I I I I I 



4 I 1 I I I I » I 



I I I I I I I I o 



HHIMHOOtOOJ I 

o o 

CO QO 
S 

■Kl 
« 

53 

&••••-"• 8 *? 

^ a © © -^ =m 

j£ .2 w - g g © "£ W) § 

t. o ft . S 0-3 — ^ 

O © © tS3 © 5 - 

o o o © c .B .3. .S 3 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



409 



HO 

Ho 



>5 

HO 



CO 

6 

pa 
< 



•Aiomiy 

ppyguuds IV 


I CM CM | I rH CM J r-l | I |HN |(N(N 1 1 ICO 1 


•iaotojv 


1 COH | 1 rH 1 1 rH 1 1 1 | rH rH | CN i-H | i-H CO 1 


■ifjouuv 

90uajM.T?q jy 


1 (N | | |i-l| I |H | HH« | H« 1 1 1 1 1 


•ifjoraay 


|H | | |,-H,-I| | | | rH | GO 1 CO CO 1 1 i i—l 1 




1 CM rH i-H rH 1 CM 1 1 IHH IC l<N-# I I 1 rH | 


\Cioraav 

HOMoq jy 


IOl||l|l|^HrH||OIIIIIII| 




hn i | i th cm cm I i hhho jnm^M 1 I I 


•a'juuuv 

ipnos JV 


1— < | i—l | | HHNN 1 HH I lO 1 HHiOH | |i— 1 


•2681 
j'l -UV? piiun 
uo "intiiBraaa 


Nt£iOHH(OX"f'*(N^iOWHH!N30OWHQ0H 
CM -^i i— i i— ( i— 1 


jo posodsip ib;ox 


1 CO rH 1 I 1 rH 1 i-H 1 I CM I "* | rH ■*< rH | | lO 1 


•p[os B3P!1 
-ay poumopuoQ 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


•papuadxg 


1 COH | | 1 rH | rH 1 I CM | -fl I rH -# i-H 1 1 »0 1 


*joj pajunoD 
-OB eq oj ibjox 


NC5?OHHC05'*iO(NilNCO'OHCO(MHCOHCOH 
CM CO rH (M rH i—i 


•paJ3AOD3J piIU 

p9.:npB;niiBi\: 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 CO I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


•p9SBlpJtlJ 


i-H| I I I ICMI 1 I 1 I |ifl |H |(MH |(NH 

CO 


•968T 

4 I *UBf PUBH "0 


H010HHtON^>0<NrH>COOH(N^05NHH | 
CM lO i— i CM rH 


or5 

w 
i-) 
o 

M 

H 

< 




CD 

ad 


«rH 

'C to r 
c c c . . . 


" Army Record " a 

Ash barrels and ca 

Axes, 

Bailey planes, 

Barrows, tubular, 
" wheel, 

Baskets,. 

Bookcases, 

Books, blank, 
" property, 
" receipt, 
" record, 

Brands, . 

Brooms, floor, 

Brushes, ceiling, 
11 dust, 
" floor, 
" floor, 36-] 
" paint, 
" radiator, 

" tube, 



410 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan 



Xioctuy 

ppgSuuds IV 



I i-i I I 



-HI I CO I I I I I iOhcj-* I I lt> 
iO Ci CM 



.Ootnay 



T— « 1 I I I I r-t | | _-| | ,_| | | | | | | | | rH^CQ 



uujCi iy 



Ajorajy 

aDU3JAiB1 jy 



|HH | | |C!rj( | | | i-H | | | | | IOOQO IH-J* 



£iomiy 

SanqipHJ iy 



eo;ao 
I i — t I CO r-t | N 

CD 1-H 



•H | | I | | | 



I QO I Cl-^IM | H(N 



•AJOtn.iy 

■tajsaajoAv jy 



■jCiouny 

U9A107 jv 



•Ajoraay 



%svz jy 



•Ajouny 



qjnos jy 



I HM^ | | -* 
CM CO CO 



H | | H | HH 



I I I © -f -H I i-H O 

i-> CM CM 



I I I o I i ao I I I I *h | | 

© CM 






I HHiOH | © | O I 
id Oi CM 



I I I I 



| © | -H CM | | | -^ 
tH CM CO i-H 



I H lO lO rl W 05 N I I 
CM CM CM 

CO i-H 



I I I 



I I I © © I |HO 

HO CM 



T3 

a 
.2 

a 

o 

O 



o 

pa 
H 



'JMBI 

'X 'UBf PUBJJ 

uo SuuiiBmoa 



i— l«£)©CMTtiCOCMCOiO"<*iCMCO 
CO CO CO CO <M 

i- CO 



NH(M0CMHCOO 
© »0 t* t~ CO 

i— i i— i CM 



•jo pasodsrp [«}ox 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I -H I I i-H I I I I 

QO 



•pios sapij 
-jy paumapuoo 



! I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



popuodxg I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



• "- — ' 1 I H | | | | 

CO 



•joj pajunoo 
-db aq oi ib;ox 



'paia-voodJ piiB 
p3ituo*jruiBjt 



•pasBqaanj 



•9681 

l I nt?f pn«H "0 



HCOCN^CC(MCOiO^(NMtHH 
CO CO CO CO CM 

i— CO 



HCOH(MJ>CMH?DO 
CO ■ *<0 -f t> CO 

iO t-h CM 



1 


1 1-1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 




CM 








1— I 


1 tH | | 


Ill-Hill 


1 1 1 i-l CO 1 

CO 


1 1 CO 1 1 1 

CO 



I COCOCM^COCMCMiO'^CMCOr- IH 
CO CO CO CM 

i—i CO 



I | r- 1 CM C5 CD t-I CO © 
iO -+i CO CO 

i-H CM 



co C 

r; B 
63 '> 

oT 

Ea- 



rn pq 



- c« 
W2 D 



>> 



CO 5J B 

i- 5J - S-1 " 3 ^ "" •- 

« ® S SB o *3 © 

^£ <u C = — — . .g 

- £ fcr, C3 C^ B- _"*_ 



O 



.. GO CO 



— 
ea" 



o 



-4-1 -iJ r O 



:_> — i-i c3 *• •— .** 



— .— ~r ~z: bb 



an 


r 


■ r 


3D 




o 


OD 


— 


5 


B 


— 
G 


— 


•_ 


5 


O 


— 




s 


*s 


• - 


• - 

















Bl 


7^ 


03 


M 


■1 


/. 


o 


C 


C 


~ 


B 


B 


3 


OOOO 


U 


UCJ 



0) 



^: .— si k 



CJ CJ 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 411 



H |(NH | 
i— I 


1 1 — '-* 1 


|H | WH»H | I i — r | t — 1 f 1 =0 1 


1 O 1 

»o 


1 rH 


1 1 1 1 i-l 


1 1 i-l CO 1 


|H | | | | | |HH |H | | | | 


1 1 1 


1 1 


1 1 1 i-t CM 


1 CO CM CO | 

CO rH 
i-H 


CM 1 CO CM I CO rH | i-H | | | CO 1 rH | 

i— i 

i— 1 


1 O 1 

o 

1—1 


1 1 


1 I CO CO CM 


lli-lll 


1 1 1 1 rHCOi-H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 rH | 


1 O 1 

o 

1— 1 


1 1 


1 1 |H(N 


1 1 CM CM | 
CM 


1 1 1 I |COI | rH rH | rH ] rH i-H | 


1 O i-H 

o 

1—1 


1 rH 


1 1 1 1 rH 


1 I CM >0 1 
<M 


|H | I (NO 1 I CM I rH rH | |H I 


1 O rH 

o 

CM 


1 1 


I i-l | CO CM 


r-i | H(OH 


1 I 1 | HOHiOHH | I | | HH 


1 O 1 

o 

CM 


1 r-t 


| 1-1 | U1H 


i-t 1 (NOH 


1 1 1 | HNHlOHHN | | |CMl 


rH O 1 


i— 1 i— 1 


i— I rH rH 


(MtO(N^(N<NCOX'*c005'OONiOCO'*«OHOHHO(N 
CO i— • CO i— i CO i— 1 i-hO 
i— i i— l i— ( o 


r-{ "HH 


1 1 1 CO »c 


1 1 1 1 1 


IIICO^OIICMCMIIIIII 


1 O 1 


1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 


1 1 1 CO »o 


1 1 1 1 1 


1 I | CO t* »C 1 I CM CM I I I 1 j 1 


1 O 1 


1 1 


HlNOO^COfNtDtN-fC^NWOOOW^iOOOSMCO^COHOH 
r- i i— < i— 1 CO •— i CO i-H rH t*< i— l tH 


rH O CM 

•o 


rH H/l 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 [ »0 tH 


1 1 CO 1 i-i 


1 1 |CM| | HWH | Ht(I 1 1 1 rH 


^H O r-l 

>o 

CM 


1— 1 i— 1 



rHCMGCOiCMCMCOCl'tlrHCMCOCOCOCM'+'^t^COWCM I COHO I IOtH |CO 
rH i— I CO GO i-i-H/l rHO 



t>- 



V) 

o 



-G u 



C 



fcO 3 



u u 



s -?8 

F - - £<« 



a. *j •- ^ „ »i »/ rc-; 



«> 2" 1 -£ '£ - „ ») ib rev » o c»cu 

CS 3 55-5 OJ^jcSS^'rcO »<3 rC^.r/T 05 



bc'l -3 « -2 bo a £a "S « -2 *• -3 - - 3 - ^5 g*s §■§« « .§ of ©'&•? 



412 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



\ClOtnjy 

piagSuuds; ay 



I I I CN CO 1-1 I IO I IN l(N I I I IrCH |hN 



•Lioxmy 



uaii jy 



•Aiomjy 

aoaaiJiBi ay 



I I I M | | | lOSH M IH I I | | | | | | 

O »~H 



I IHCO |«J I I (Ni«» I I | CO I |H HOQ 
CN O 



•j£jomjy 

Sjnqqojij jy 



I C h K W I I I I I I i-t 



I cohn i I o cm 



I <N 



••Caoauy 

J3JS90J0Ai ay 



•£iomjy 

\\3M.<yj jy 



•Ajouuy 



jsb3 jy 



•Aionuy 



qjuos ay 



o I i— co <m i— t i— i 
o 



i-H| | t— I i-l l— I | OS i— I | -*j« i— I | I l— 1 



1 


1 1 00 1 iO 


| ( i-H t>- iH CO | | 


1 1 


1 cs w 1 


1 1 


oo 

o 


| iH CM r-l O 


1 HCCOC I *— i i— • 

CS Tji 


-CT 
1 t>- 


i-i i-i <M 1 


1 »H 



OS I r-NW- | 
C5 <M 



I NO I I I 



1 I H «0 I | I OJ 






c 
o 



CD 

6 

H 

"1 



•16SI 

U0 3UIUIBID3H 



t^ C C X « (N H (N (N n r. N H N c: - - n c r. " h x 
O rnHiO H<OCC X CO 

<M O i-l i-l 



•jo pasodsip i^jox 



-* I I I I I I I I I I i-l I «C> W I I I O I I I I 



•pios sapta 
-iy pauraapuoo 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I 



•p9pu3dx3 -* I I I I I | | | | I i-l | ec ,-t | | | o I I I 1 



•jo; paaunoo 
-OB aq oj ibjox 



— i c c x k n i- KN^wriXiM^'o-t'- 1 « c r. r: h x 
-i i— ( i— to iH <D X i—i30 t>« 

CN O »-l rH 



•pajaAoaaj pn« 
pajujOBjnu«rc 



I I I I I I I I I O I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



•pasBqojnj 



I I ih i ir-ii i-oi I I I ik i |r-crsr:i | | 



*98SI 

'I •uv£ puuH no 



^■O^XKHHNtCNCiXN^ri-HlN-'OKHOO 
i— < i— l i— tO C~ X i— I GO CO 

CN co »-h tH 



- 

— 
'- 
M 
< 




1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 413 



C*«©| | rH I |H | | | |HH | | I 


1 1 1 rH 


I rH I CM I CM i-H i-l | rH 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


h« 

1 1 CO 1 

CO 
CO 


1 rH rH | | I | I | | 


■<* CO CM | rH tH | | | | | | I | I li-l 


1 1 os i-i 

OS 
CO 


I rH rH | | rH rH | | | 


1 CO 1 1 rH 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 O tH 

CO 
CO 


| rH | rH | |H^ | » 


W»H»H I I IHHHHN | 1 rH 1 


i— 1 i— l CO 1 
OS 


rH rH CO rH 1 CM rH | I | 


leeoi I |hhh I I i i t I 1 l l 


i-H CM CO 1 

-* 


| r- rH | | rH I I 1 1 


1 -* 1 Ir-I| | | | |H |H |M | 1 


rH CM t^. 1 

-* 

1— < 
1— 1 


| rH | CM rH rH rH rt< rH | 


100 IH | I |H | | | | | | | | | 


i-l rH CM CM 
i-l 


| rH rH CM 1 -* I I I I 


(3)tDiOI>iOWHWHHNH-*HNHH 
CO 


•'ttON'OHCONCOHHiCOliHH 

co i-i 

OS_ 

co" 


|cof|||||lll|rH|CM|| 


III-* 


I CM 1 1 1 I rH 00 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


l«oiilllllilliHie«til 


III-* 


1 CM I | I I rH QO 1 1 


OXN»ON'C(NHMrtH(NHlOH^Hrt't«ONO>HO^COHH«ONHH 
■^ QO r- 1 t-H *-( 

CO 


1 1 CM 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 


I 1 CO CM 1 1 1 1 1 1 


rH | CM | 1 CM rH i-H 1 1 I 1 |i~l!-l| | 


HN | | 


| | rH CM 1 1 1 CO rH | 


OOfMHt^O 1 | (NHHNHO IWHHCO^NOiHOCO^HHCOOJ |i-H 
•»tt QO i-l i-H 

CO 




% 


Padlocks, 
Pails, water, . 
Pails, garbage, 
Pictures, 
Pokers, . 
Powder chests, 
Planes, . . . 
Pliers, . 
Prentiss vises, 
Pulley blocks, pairs, 
Putty knives, 
Racket braces, 
Rakes, . 
Rakes, clinker, 
Rulers, . 
Sofas, . 
Sash pulls, . 
Saws, . 
Screwdrivers, 
Settees, feet, . 
Shaking levers, 
Sheep shears, 
Shipman's files, 
Shovels, 

11 coal, 

" long handled, 

" snow, 
Slice bars, 
Sponges, 
Spray pumps, 
Stencils, 



414 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



■jCjoouv 

ppySufids IV 



IH | I |H | |(NO IH | | | 



I I I I I 



•Xiomjy 



I I I I I H | |h | |hw I I 



uUiCi ;y 



I I I I I 



•jfroauy 

oouajAUjq ;v 



I I I I I r-l I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I 



■Xiom.lv 



I i-H I I I H I I I I I I I I I 



•j£iom.iv 

jajsaDJOAl W 



i-H rH I CO r- 1 H | rH | CM | | HH | 



I I I I I 



I I I I I 



•£ioauv 

H9A101 jv 



I (N I I I i—l ^— i I I 00 <N (N I I iH 



I I I I I 



•yfjonuv 



ICO I | | (NHH |H | I i-l I I 



?s«a w 



I I I I I 



•Xjorajy 



qjnog %y 



(NWCJ I I HH | |H | | l— I | | 

as 



CN t-i Ol CN rj< 



.2 

a 
o 



CO 

6 

s 

PQ 
< 



"i68I 

't *UBf Pubh 
uo SuiutBcaaH 



COi-<0>OHO)CO(NCON(N^O 
HC5 <M 



(NHWN^ 



•jo pasodsip ib;ox 



I I I t I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I i I I 



•pios sapi; 
-JV pdumapaoo 



I I I I I 1 1 I I I I I I 



I I l I I 



•papuadxa 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I 



•joj pajunoo 
-db aq o% ibjox 



M-H010H05CO(NCON(N^COHH 
HO CM 



CMH(N(N^ 



•paJ9A003J PUB 

paanpBjnuBK 



I i I I I I i-H I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I 



•pasBqojnj 



I I I I I 



I |(N(N I I i-H I 



I I I I I 



•9681 

L I *UBP PUBH UQ 



COHCJCOHOOHNCOiO I -* CO I H 
HO) CM 



<NH(N<N-^ 



M 

o 

« .© . 

• • • •_ ® - -2 •go5s M « 

^ C3 r Hi C O] > 

• * • • os ^ • „ fi£ o a» 

bd »^aa»p2 t o CO 

8lT§>gg| 111**2 s 



^g 

»>^ 

e*s 

**H O 60 - 

^=2 3 M ^ 

§' £ bC • -So 
R Q G - « *C 
S O CO .. -« w 

•Si r^~ ^ * m a 
2 «» o Ji t« a> 



1897.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 415 



i i i i i i i i i i t i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 
i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ! I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I CM I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



(N(NO)(N(NHeQHHHHINHHH | H CO *)< r- ll-lr-l»-l,-l,-l,~lC<JCN(M<M 






I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I | I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I \ I I I I I 



(N(NNWCNHCOHHHH(NHHHINHCO'*HHHriHr I H (N (N (N (N 

0» 



I I I I I I 1-4 I I I I I I I I. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 

I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I <N I I I I I I I I I I I <N CM <N 



CM 



T3 .2 M 

O ,Q o 

£-^- C, o ^CP O 53 ■»- g •> flT 

a - -g-gs -cs • * : * ; *§ ■« •» : -.s'E-o 2 * '^si - 

fca ^ % bfi *" o jt - 2 JS5 f n -* ™ S Ss B .S -««*■§ a 

cc -v T* a5 ^ K OK « go a • ? ? to rf « od " ?? c 'E ^ H 

_ ' -, t- CU r- 1 ^, r C f-> ("■ <-■ ri ~ T C> ;* n *-> T"! •> ' C <— "- 1 *"" C3 w -<-> 



416 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. '97. 






o 

a 
o 



o 

— 
PQ 



•/joauy ] 


ill ill 


pppSnuds ay 




•Ajoauy 


iii iii 


uiiai ay 




•iionuv 


iii iii 


»ouaJiA.B*i ay 




•Xjoouv 


iii iii 


Sinqqoiij ay 




•Xionuy 


iii iii 


jaisaojo^i iy 




•■£iotruy 


iii iii 


lisss.01 ;y 




•Ajonuv 


iii iii 


1SB3 :y 




•Xaoaxry 


t-H 1— 1 -+ 1-1 1— 1 O 


qinos jy 




'1681 


1— ( t-H Tt< H r- C 


'I -asf pa«H 




uo JSuiaiBcaaa 




III III 
;o pasodsip i«iox 


•pps sapji 


III III 


-jy pauxnapaoo 




•p3paadx3 


III III 




i— t r-l ^ r-#»-ICO 


•joj psitmoo 




-oh aq oi ibiox 




•paaaAOoai pus 


# * * * * 

|rt^ i-i r- O 


pajnjOBjnuBK 






*-l 1 1 III 


•pasBqamj 




'96ST 


III III 


'I -UBf PUBH °0 










,JL tn -i. 




— — s 




-^ CO - - 












a := -c ""* 




n ri S _r 




•*"■ n» <p « 


CO 

H 


^3 .*S. TJ • —■< 

"3 ^: i§ 


a 

— 


asirr 

and 
piv< 

Ids,. 

for 

row 


-< 


m o;.2 £ s 




o "3 2 * K go 




© . 2 l. -co 
c*o « £ 5.2 S =- 

"be r — - r. 9-S ■ — 




= °C5 3 5 ■ t» o 




pel t: y: <; oq U 



"3 






Z 



a 
■d 



1897. 
GOVERNOR AND STAFF 



Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

His Excellency ROGER WOLCOTT of Boston. 

Adjutant General. 

Maj. Gen. SAMUEL DALTON, of Boston. 

Assistant Adjutants General. 

Col. WILLIAM CURTIS CAPELLE, of Wakefield. 

Col. EDWARD B. ROBINS, of Boston. 

Col. J. PAYSON BRADLEY, of Boston. 

Col. RICHARD D. SEARS, of Nahant. 

Inspector General of Rifle Practice. 

Brig. Gen. CURTIS GUILD, Jr., of Boston. 

Assistant Inspector General of Rifle Practice. 

Col. JAMES A. FRYE of Boston. 

Assistant Inspectors General. 

Col. JAMES L. CARTER of Brookline. 

Col. FRED. W. WELLINGTON, .of Worcester. 

Col. FREDERICK G. KING of Boston. 

Col. RICHARD H. MORGAN, of New Bedford. 

Col. FRANK L. LOCKE, of Maiden. 

Col. JAMES T. SOUTTER, of Boston. 

Surgeon General. 

Brig. Gen. ROBERT A. BLOOD, of Boston. 

Judge Advocate General. 

Brig. Gen. ROCK WOOD HOAR, of Worcester. 

Commissary General. 

Brig. Gen. FRANCIS H. APPLETON, ofPeabody. 

Assistant Quartermasters General. 

Col. GORDON DEXTER of Beverly. 

Col. HARRY E. CONVERSE of Maiden. 

Col. ROGER MORGAN, of Springfield. 

Aides-de-camp. 

Col. JOHN D. BILLINGS, of Cambridge. 

Col. WILLIAM D. SOHIER, of Beverly. 

Col. GEORGE R. JEWETT, of Salem. 

Col. FRANK B. STEVENS, . of Brookline. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Report of the Adjutant and Quartermaster General, 2-12 

Report of Inspector General 13-18 

Report of Lieut. -Col. Jacob Kline, U. S. A., . 19-33 

Report of Surgeon General, 34-51 

Report of Judge Advocate General 66 

Report of Board of Military Examiners, M. V. M., 67 

Reports of Medical Officers 52-65 

Report of Inspector General of Rifle Practice 68 

Report of Accidental Shooting of Private Poor, 83 

Record of Marksmen 86-172 

Record or Revolver Qualifications, 172-174 

Strength and Efficients 175-178 

Consolidated Efficients, 179 

Comparative Efficiency, 179 

Summary of Revolver Qualifications, 1896, 180 

Regimental Competition, 180, 181 

State Competition 182-184 

Report of Commanding Officers, — Encampments, 185-192 

Report of Commanding Officers, — Annual Drills 193-221 

General Orders and Circulars, 222-269 

Table of Attendance at Tours of Duty, 18 

Appendix : — 

Casualties 277-280 

Casualties, Summary, 282 

Officers retired, 276 

Commissions Vacant, 282 

Discharges of Enlisted Men, 283-285 

Discharges of Enlisted Men, — Summary, 286 

Register of Officers 287-358 

Roster of Officers, 359-370 

Table 1, Enrolled Militia 371 

Table 2, Organization of Militia, 372 

Table 3, Location of Armories, . . . ' 373, 374 

Table 4, Rent of Armories, / . . 375, 376 

Table 5, Property Account, — Quartermaster General, 377-408 

Table 6, Property Account, — Armories, 409-416 

Governor and Staff, 1897, 417