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ILieut.-Colonels. s 8to 6, Date app’t'd. J. Name. Date app’t'd. Name. fate app’t'd. Buttard. R. L.....Apr. 1, 91; Howe, E. W. .....Feb. 19: § Bolton E. B...... Aug. 9, 03: Moon, H. B. . . . . . Apr. 13, 0.1 ! D ng, '8. ... Mar. 19, 03 Fettić, J. S......Aug. 11, Ö3| Glenn, E. F. ....Apr. 22, 91 Part?llo, J. M. T.Apr. 17, 03 Hodges, C. L.... Aug. 12, 0.3}Cecil, G. R. . . . . . . May 4, Q1|Strother, L. H. ...Apr. 20. 03 | Loughborough, R. Mann. W. A. . . . . .July 1, 91 Fremont, F. P. . . . May 23, 9; | of f....... Aug. 12, 03|Waitz, M. F. . . . . .july 5, 01 iTruitt, C. M......June 23, § Yeatman, R. i. Aug. 14, 03: Ames, R. F. .....July 11, 91 iPe!!. G., Jr. •2: . . . July o 9: Davis, T. F......Aug. 14, 0.3 Getty, R. N. .....July 23, Q1|Clarke, C. J. T. ... July 29, 03 Brush, D. . . . Aug. 16, 0.3|Jones, F. B. .....July 26, 01 || Parke, J.S., fr. . . July 31, 03 | Crane, C. J. .... Aug. 21, 03 #. G. ..... . . Sept. 22, 01 | McCoy, F. B. . . . . . Aug. 8, 93 Bailey, H. K.....Oct. 31, 03 ercrombie, W. R. . . Chandler. E. . . . . . . Aug. 9, 03 paulding, W. ....Jan. 20, 04 Sept. 27, 01 | Noyes, C. R. ... ... Aug. 12, 93 | Cooke, i.. w...I. Jan. 24, Ö4] Nichols, W. A....Qct. 5, Q1|Blatchford. H. M. Aug. 13, 03 Sharpe, A. C. ... Mar. 29, Q4| Terrett, C. P. . . . . . , 01 || Beacom, J. H. . . . . Aug. 14, 93 Roach, G. H. . . . r. 29, 04 Phister. N. P. ... Oct. 15, 01 |May. . T. . . . . . . Aug. O3 Bowen, W. H. C. Mar. 29, 04: Paxton, A. R. ....Oct. 16, Qi Hovey, H. ... . .Aug. 14, 03 Robinson, H. E...Apr. 7, 04| Torrey, Z. W. . . . . Nov. 8, 91 Hearn, E. J. . . . . . ug. 15, 03 | Wotherspoon, W..July 12, 04|Jackson, J. B. . . . Nov. 11, 91: Wright, W. K. . . . Aug. 26, 03 Mason, Č. W....Oct. 20, 04: Turner. R. B. . . . . Dec. 8, Q1|Hardin, C. B. . . . . Aug. 28, 93 williams. A......dec. f6, 64; Frederick, D. A....Jan. 31. Q2; Pendleton, E. P.. Aug. 26, 93 Irons, J. A........ Apr. 9, 05: Tillson, J. C. F. Mar.- 92; Leonhaeuser, H. A. Sept. 3, 93 Lovering, L. Apr. 11, 05 Browné, E. H. . Mar. 28, 92 Penrose, C. W. . . .Qct. 15, 93 s, R. K....Apr. 14, 0.5 cat, A. C. . . . . Apr. 14, 62. Howell, D. L. ... Nov. 24, 0.3 Booth, C. ... ...Aug. 8, 03] Travis, P. M. B. Apr. 14, 92|Stafford, J. ... . . . . Nov. 28, 93 Cooke, G. F. . . . . . July 28, 0:5 . B. . . . . . . . Apr. 15, 0.2s Rernan, F. J. .....Jan. 20, 94 Chubb, C. J...Oct. 11,05} Liggett, H. . . . . . . . May 5. 02|Kennedy, C. W... Jan. 24, 94 Wood. P. G. . . . . . , 0.5 Kennon, L. W. V. May 28, 02|Griffith, T. W. . . . Mar. 29, Q4 o w w e s • * * . May 28, 02 McIver, G. W. . . . Mar.-29, 04. Crittenden, J. J.. Feb. 2, 01 || Morton, C. G. . . . May 28, 92(Richardson, W. P.. Apr. 7, 94 , W. T. ... ...Feb. 2, 01 || Pickering, A. . . . . . June 9, 92; Barth, C. H. . . . . . . Apr. 7, 94 Evans, W. P. ....Feb. 2, 01. Maney, J. A. . . . June 28, 92 Bundy, O. . . . . . . . . July 12, Q4 ne, H. J. C. ...Feb. 28, 01 Batley, H. L. . . . . June 29, 02; Hatch, E. E......Oct. 20, Q4 Hardin, É. is]. ...Feb. 28, Ö1}Mallory, J. 8, . . . . . July 8, 92; Shanks, D. C. . . . . . Nov. 5, 24 Wilson. R. H. ...Feb. 28, Ö1 Emery, J. A.....July 10, 02 Allaire, W. H. . . . . Nov. 5, 94 Febiger, L. ......Feb. 28, 01.j Palmer, G. . . . . . . July 1o Q2. Stamper, W. . Y. ... Dec. 18.94 | Byrne, B. A.....Feb. 28, 01s Miller, S. W. . . . . July 30, 0.2% Blauvelt, W. F. . . . Apr. 3, 65 French, F. H. ...Feb. 28, 01 || Benham, H. H. Sept. 02; Hodges, H. C., jr...Jusy 15, 05 Augur, A. A......Feb. 28, 01 Van Vliet, R. C. . . Oct. 3, 92; Hirst, R. L. . . . . . . July 20, 93 McClure, C. ...... Mar. 1, 01 | Buck, W. L. . . . Oct. 11, 02 Roberts, H. L. . . . July 28, 9.5 Wolf, S. A.......Mar. 2, 01 Clark, W. O. ... Nov. 28, 02|Chatfield, W. H... Aug. 15, 95 Starr, C. G. ...... Mar. 4, 0.1 ! Chvnoweth, E. . . . Dec. 5, 92; Morrison, J. F. . ....Oct. 6, 95 Buttler, W. C. ... Mar. 5, 01 Plummer, E. H. . Dec. 31, 02} ERowan, A. S. .... Oct. 11, 0:5 Rogers, J. §:o * § Kirby, H. . . . . . . . . Feb. 4, 03] Andrus, F. B. . . . . . Oct. 30, 65 bo o or e o a 4. T, l,

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NATIONAL HOME FOR DISABLED VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS.
INFANTRY-(Continued).

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THE NATIONAL HOME FOR DISABELIED WORLUNTEER SOLDIERS.

Board of Managers—The President of the United States;

the Chief Justice of

the United States; the Secretary of War, ex-officiis; General Martin T. McMahon, pressdent, 346 Broadway (New York Life Building). New York (term expires 1910); General

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(term expires 1906); Captain Colonel Walter P. Brownlow,

Jonesboro, Tenn. (term expires 1908); John M. Holley, La Crosse, Wis. (term expires

1910);

Major William Warner,

Kansas City,

Mo, (term

expires 1906); Colonel Henry

H. Markham, Pasadena, Cal. (term expires 1910); Franklin Murphy, Newark, N. J.

(tern expires 1906); Colonel Edwin P. Hamp.mond, Lafayette, Ind. (term expires i308) ;

Major Moses Harris, general treasurer, -
The principal officers of branch homes are: Central,

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Wis. : governor, Cornelius Wheeler; treasurer. J. E. Armitage; surgeon, Oscar Chrysler.

Eastern, Togus, Me. ; governor, John T. Richards; treasurer, A. L. S

TE. Elwell.

Southern, Hampton, Va., : Governor, William Thompson; tı easurer,

mith; surgeon, W. B. A.

Beeson; surgeon, John A. Johnston, Western, Leavenworth, Ran. : governor, Sidney G.

Cooke; treasurer. W. W. Martin; surgeon, John L. Fryer.
governor, O. H. La Grange; treasurer, T. J. Cochrane; surgeon. O. C. McNary.

Pacific, Santa Monica, Cal. :
Marion,

Marion, Ind. : governor, Geo. W. Steele; treasurer, J. Q. Adams; surgeon, Harry Mil—

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D. : Surgeon and supernontendent, A. G. Hull; building.
The requirements for admission include an honorable discharge from the United
States service and disability which prevents the applicant from earning his living by

labor.

Danville, Danville, Ill. governor, Isaac Clements; treasurer, M. J. Barges; sur— Mountain, Johnson City, Tenn. . . governor, J. P. Smith; treasurer, surgeon, E.

Sanatorium, Hot Springs, S.

Soldiers or sailors whose pensions exceed $16 a month are not eligible unless

the reasons are explained to the manager and are satisfactory to him,

There are also thirty State homes,

focated as follows:

Veterans' Home of Cali–

fornia, Yountville; Colorado Soldiers and Sailors' Home, Monte Vista; Fitch’s Home for Soldiers, Noroton, Conn.; Idaho State Soldiers' Home. Boisé: Illinois Soldiers and | Sailors' Home, Quincy; Indiana State. Soldiers' Home, Lafayette; Iowa State Soldiers' | Horne, Marshalltown; Kansas State Soldiers' Home, Fort Dodge; Massachusetts State

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Home, Cheyenne.

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of regular and militia forces.

THE NATIONALIZED MELITTA

NATIONAL, HOME FOR DISABLED VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS–(Continued).

Soldiers’ Home, Chelsea; Michigan State Soldiers' Home, Grand Rapids; Minnesota State | Soldiers' Home, Minnehaha; Missouri State Federal Soldiers' Home, St. James; Mon- || : tana State Soldiers' Home, Columbia. Falls; Nebraska State Soldiers and Sailors’ ITorne, | tate Soldiers and Sallors’ Home, Milford; New-Hampshire | State Soldiers’ Home, Tilton; New—Jersey State Scłdiers' Home, Kearny; New—Jersey i State Home for Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Their Wives, Vineland; New-York State | Soldiers and Sailors' Home, Bath; New-York State Woman's Relief Corps Home, Ox# ford; North Dakota State Soldiers’ Home, - : | dusky; Oregon State Soldiers' Home, Roseburg; Pennsylvania State Soldiers and Sailors' | Home, Erie; Rhode Island Stato Soldiers' Home, Bristol; South Dakota State Soldiers' Home, Hot Springs; Vermont State Soldiers’ Home, Bennington; Washington State | diers' Home, Orting; Wisconsin Veterans' Home, Waupaca; Wyoming State Soldiers’ †

THE NATIONALMZED MILITIA.

An aet of Congress, approved Jan, 21, 1903, defined as the organized militia of the | United States the regularly enlisted, organized and unifornied militla of the various || | States and Territories, and provided that the organization, armament and discipline || of this militio should be within five years from the date of the approval of the Act || the same as those prescribed for the regular and volunteer forces of the United States, 'The Federal Government Yıow issues stores and “uppies to the Philitia and conducts || The following table gives the militia || State and Territory, the State headquarters and na-nnes of State Ad

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F3rig. Gen. Wm. W. Brandon.
Col. Henjamin W. Leavell.
i Maj. Gen. Charles Jacobson.
F3rig. Gen., J. R. Lauck.
..]JBrig. foena Wu reeley Wells.
| Brig. Gen. George M. Cole.
Rrig. Gen, W. P. Wickershan,
I.ieut. Col. Lloyd M. Brett.
Maj. Gen. J. C. R. Foster. .
Brig. Gen. S. W. Harris.
| Prig. Gen. John H. Soper.
| Col. David Vickers.
Brig. Gen. Thomas W. Scott.

T]es Moines, ... Brig. Gen. Willian, H. Thrift. '
Topeka . . . . . . . g. Gen. S. H. Kelsey.
Frankfort. . . . . . '-ig. Gan. Perey FIaly.
Raton Rouge. Maj. Gen. D. T. Stasford.
A urgusta . . . . . . Maj. Gen. A B. Farnham.
A nnapolis. . . . . Maj. Gen. ('tinton L. Riggs.
Poston . . . . . . , HTRTiso. Gen. James A. Fry c.
[...an sing . . . . . . [Prig. Gen. Wnn. T. McGurrím.
St. Paul. . . . . . . 13rig. Gen. Fred B. Wood.
To Coltson . . . . . . {Brig. Gen. Arthur Fridge. so
Jefferson City. Brig. Gen. James A. DeArmond. |}
TT el G-n a . . . . . . . . Col. A. M. AIdergon.
Łincoln'. . . . . . Brig. Gen. J. H. Culver.

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MILITARY ACADEMy–TRoops in wars of THE U, s. 45

UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY,
Situated at West Point, N. Y.

§UPERINTENDENT. BRIGADIER GENERAL A. L. MILES, U. S. A. o

- The United States Military Academy at West Point was founded in 1802.... Each | Congress district and Territory, the District of Columbia and Porto Rico is entitled to # #| have one cadet at the academy. Each State is also entitled to have two cadets at the | academy from the State at large. Forty are also appointed from the United States. | at large. The appointments (except those from the United States at large and from # the District of Columbia) are made by the Secretary, of War at the request of the | Senator. Hepresentative or Delegate in Congress: and the person appointed must be an actual resident of the State, District or Territory from which the appointronent is unade. | The appointments from the United States at large and from the District of Columbia | are specially conferred by the President. The appointment of the cadet from Porto Bico is made by the President on the recommendation . of the Resident Connmissioner || | from Porto Rico, The nunaber of students is thus limited to 522. . w “, Appointments are required by law to be made one year in advance of date of admiş| Sion, and may be made either after cornpetitive examination or given direct, at the | option of the Representative. For each candidate appointed there may be nominated || two alternates, who will be examined with the regular nominee, and one of whom may || | be admitted in the event of the latter's failure to pass the prescribed preliminary jo # examinations. Appointee8 to the Military Academy trust be between seventeen and # twenty-two years of age at date of admission, at least five feet three inches in height, weigh 100 pounds, be unmarried, free from any infectious or rnoral disorder, and, generally, from any deformity, disease or infirruity; must be well versed in reading, # in writing, including Orthography, in arithmetic, and have a knowledge of the ele- || Jonents of English grammar, of descriptive geography (particularly of the United ||. States), and of the history of the United States. . The course of instruction requires || four years, and is largely mathematical and professional, The principal subjects taught aro mathematics, French, drawing, tactics of all arms : of the service, natural and experfmental philosophy, chemistry, mineralogy, geology and electricity, history, international, constitutional and military 1aw, Spanish, and

civil and military engineering and science of war. Academic duties commence Sep-tember 1 and continue until June 1. ICxaminations are held in each December and || Junc, and cadets deficient in either conduct or studies are discharged. From about the # middle of June to the end of August cadets live in camp, engaged only in military duties and receiving practical military instruction. Cadets are allowed but one leave || of absence during the four years' course and, as a rule, it is granted at the expiration of the first two years. The pay of a cadet, with commutation for ration, is $609 50 a # year, and , with proper economy is sufficient for his support. Upon graduating cadets # are commissioned as second lieutenants in the United States Army... . . . . o MANNER OF APPLICATION.—Applications may be made at any titme, by letter, to the Secretary of War, to have the applican L's name registered for submission to the propar Representative when a vacancy occurs. The application must czhibit the full name, date of birth and permanent abode of applicant, with the number of the # Congress district in which his resider.ce is situated. ... Immediately after his admission, and before, receiving his warrant of appointment, the cadet must sign the following engagement for service, in the presence of the Superintendent or some officer deputed by him: “I, , of the State (or Territory) of ——, aged years months, do herely engage (With the conscrit of my parent or ~uardian) that, from the date of my admission as a cadet of the United States Military Academy, I will servo in the Army of the United States for eight years, unless sooner d.scharged by competent authority, lin the presence ." The candidate must then take the following oath or affirmation: “I, -—— . do solemnly swear that I will support the Constitution of the United States, and bear true allegiance to the National Government; that I will maintain and defend the sovereignty of the United States paramount to any and all allegiançë, sovereignty or fealty I may owe to any State of Country whatsoever, and that I will at all times obey the legal orders of my superior officers, and the rules and &rticles governing the armies of the United States.”

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UNITED STATES SOLDIERS' HOME COMW 1 SS, ON.

Commissioners—Major General Henry C. Corbin, Adjutant General; Major General | F. C. Ainsworth, the Military Secretary: Quartermaster General Charles F. Humphrey | Commissary General Alfred C. Sharpe, Surgeon General Robert M. O'Reilly, judge | Advocate General G. B. Davis, Brigadier General Alexander Mackenzie, Chief *f; | Engineers, and, Brigadier General Hamilton S. Hawkins (retired); secretary of the | board, N. Hersh her. wo

. Officers of the United States Soldiers' Home, Washington—Brigadier General Ham| titon S. Hawkins (retired), governor; Brigadier General Edw. B. Williston (retired) | deputy, governor; Major. Henry, M. Kendall (retired), secretary and treasurer; Majöß o, m. A. Arthur, attending surgeon, * TROOPS IN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES.

Wars. Years. 1 Troops. Wars. ! Years, Troops. Revolution . . . . . . . . . . . . 1775–1783| 395,330} | Cherokee troubles. . . . . . 1836–18 2 | Northwest Indians. . . . . ; 1790–1795 8,983 Florida Indians. . . . . . . . #3; 2.É. | With France (naval).. 1798–1800 4,593 || || Aroostook troubles. . . . . [1838–1839 1566 | With Tripoli (naval). . 1801–1805 3,330| | Mexican . . . . . . . . . . . . . ] i846–1848 108,475

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ARMY PAY. w 3, - - * | * | to PAY OR OFFICERS IN ACTIVE SERVICE. PAY OF RETIRED OFFICERS. *. Pay of grade, Monthly pay. Pay or grade. Monthly pay. {}RAIXR}. gr After After After | After ; five ten fifteen twenty After After After | After Yearly. |Monthly years' | years' | years' years' || Yearly. Monthly five ten fifteen twenty service service Service service years' | years' | years' | years 10 p. c. (20 p. c. 30 p. c. 40 p. c. Service service. service service f | | Lieutenant-general . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $11,000 00s $916 67 ****** | **** --— —||$8,250 00 $687 50 --- assos-os-ose, I wo roomso Major-general . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,500 00 625 00s -— — — — 5,625 00) 488 75) — — — — #odor-general . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,500 (Q || 458 33 || – | –—| –––. —|| 4, 125 00s 343 75 —- - - - - - - { ...T.: Colonel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,500 00] 291 67|$320 83; S350 00|$375 00) $375 00|| 2,625 00 218 75|$240 62}$262 50|3281 25] $281.25 *Lieutenant-colonel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,000 60 250 00s 275 00 || 300 00 || 325 00| 333 33 || 2,250 00 187 % 206 25 225 00 s 243 75 250 Major. . . . . . . . . .... • * * * * * * 3 & or e o 'o o • - - - - 2,500 (K) 208 33 229 17 || 250 00 270 88 291 67 || 1,875 00 | 156 , 171 S7 187 50 203 12 218 75 Captain, mounted. . . . . . . . . . * * * * * * * 2,000 00 166 (37 188 33 216 67 || 233 33 || 1,500 00 | 125 00s 137 50 | 150 QQ} 162 50 175 §Poin, hot mounted. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,800 00) 150 00) 165 00) 180 00} 195 00 210 00|| 1,850 00; 112 50 | 123 75] 135 00; 146-25 | 157 50 k; .#egimental adjutant. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,800 00 150 00 | 165 00 180 00 195 00s 210 00 **** -— . -- * — * =mo Regimental quartermaster....... 1,800 00 | 150 00 | 165 00 180 00 195 00] 210 00 *-** * **** it; First lieutenant, mounted. . . . . . . . 1,600 00 | 133 33 146 67 | 160 GQ; 173 38] 186 67 | 1,200 00] 100 00 110 00] 12Q 90 130 Q0: 140 Q0 bFirst lieutenant, not mounted. .... 1,500 00s 125 00s 137 50 150 00 | 162 50 175 00|| 1.125 00 93 75 103 12 112 50 121 S7 j81 25 k; Seçond lieutenant, mounted. . . . . . . 1,500 00 125 00 | 137 50 | 150 00 162 50 175 00 j,125 00 9375] 103 12} 11:2 50; 121 87 | 131 25 Hj Second lieutenant, not mounted... 1,400 00 116 67 | 12S 33 140 00 151 67 1633 1,050 00 § 50 | 96 25s 105 00 113 75 | 122 50 5Chaplain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... low 125 Q0 | 137 50 | 150 00 | 162 50 175 00 1,350 00) 112 50} 123,75] 135 00|| 146 25, 157 50 to - ; *The maximum pay of a colonel is, by law, $4,500 per annum. Ø || } *The maximum pay of a lieutenant—colonel is, by law, $4,000 per annum. *Regimental adjutants and regimental quartermasters are never retired as such. * - . NOTES.–Under Sec. 1,261, Revised Statutes, an aide-de-camp to a major-general is allowed $200 a year in addition to the pay of his rank, not to be included in computing the service increase; an aide-de-camp to a brigadier-general, $150, a year, and an acting commissary of subsistence $100 a year. Assistant surgeons are entitled to pay of captain after fivo years' service, service to be reckoned from date of acceptance of appointment or commission. Retired officers receive 75 per cent of pay (salary and increase) of their rank. Retired officers detailed for duty at colleges under the act of November 8, 1893, are entitled to the full pay of officers of corresponding rank. Those detailed under other laws are not entitled to anything beyond their retired pay. * Mileage, from and after July 1, 1898, is allowed to officers travelling on duty under orders at the rate of seven cents per mile, by the shortest usually travelled routes. Commutation of quarters is paid at the rate of $12 per month per room. The monthly pay of enlisted men in the Army is as follows: Artillery, infantry and cavalry—Privates, $13; corporals, $15: sergeants, $18; first sergeants, $25. Engineers and ordnance—Corporals, $20; sergeants, $84. The pay increases $1 per month each year during the term of the first five years’ enlistment. For the second term of enlistment the pay is $2 per month above that of the last year of the first enlistment. The pay of others on the first year of enlistment is: Ordnance sergeant, commissary ser– geant and post quartermaster sergeant, $34; hospital steward, $45; acting hospital steward, $25; senior veterinary surgeon, $100; junior veterinary surgeon, $75. There is, in addition, a clothing allowance. Twenty per cent increase on pay proper- of all io Isleli 1. allowed in time of war. Enlisted men when retired are entitled to 75 per cent of the pay which they receive ym active Service. || Third Division :

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NAVAL STATIONs AND CoMMANDERs.
HD. Evang,

... North Atlantic Fleet (Rear Admiral Robley

Brooklyn, Chattanooga, Galveston, Tacomal;
Admiral Willard H. Brownson, commanding):
Pennsylvania.
Division: Olympia, Cleveland, Denver, Des Moines;
ville, Yankee,
Texas, Arkansas, Florida, Nevada.

commander-inchief).--First Squadron—First Division: Maine, Missouri, Kentucky, Kearsarge; Second Division (Rear Admiral Charles H. Day is, commanding): Alabama, Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts. Second Squadron (Rear Admiral Charles D. Sigsbee, commanding)– • Fourth Division (Rear West Virginia, Colorado. Maryland, Third Squadron (Rear Admiral Royal B. Bradford, commanding)—Fifth Newport, NashCoast Squadron (Rear Admiral Francis W. Dickins, commanding)–

Sixth Division:

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Pacific Squadron (Rear Admiral Caspar F. Goodrich, commander-in-chief).

Chicago, Boston, Concord, Marblehead, Princeton.

Asiatic
Squadron—Ohio, Oregon, Wisconsin.
Cruiser Squadron—Baltimore, Cincinnati, Raleigh.

Villalobos,

Fleet (Rear Admiral Charles J. Train, commander-in-chief).--Battleship
Gunboat r}l vision—Callao,
Philippine Squadron (Fear Admiral

Quiros.

George C. Reiter, commanding)—Painbow, Arayat, Elcano, Frolic, Mindoro, Morladnock,

Pampanga, Paragu

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Soe. i-1, Service Squadron (Rear Admiral Colby M. Chester, commander-in-chief).

—Minneapolis.

Naval Station, Boston.—Rear Admiral Albert S. Snow, commandant.
Naval Station, New-York.-Rear Admiral Joseph B. Coghlan, commandant.
Naval Station, Philadelphia.-Rear Admiral Joseph E. Craig. commandant.

Naval Station, Norfolk.-Rear A driniral Purnell F.

Harrington, commandant,

Naval Station, Portsmouth, N. H.-Rear Admiral William M. Mead, commandant.

Naval Station, Washington, D. C.—Rear Admiral Captain Edwin C. Pendleton, 1

commiandant.

Naval Station, Mare Island, Cal.—Rear Admiral B. H. McCa.11a, commandant.

Navy Yard, Puget Sound, Wash.-Rear Admiral Captain William T. Euroëi, I

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Henry Glass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oct. 9, 1901 Jan. 7, 1906
Joseph B. Coghlan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Apr. 11, 1902 Dec. 8, 1906
James H. Sands. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Apr. 11, 1902 July 12, 1907
Purnell F. Harrington. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mar. 21, 1903 June 6, 1906
Charles D. Sigsbee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aug. 10, 1903 Jan. 16, 1907
Colby M. Chester. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . & e o s e`. Aug. 10, 1903 Feb. 28, 1906
Frenczn E. Chadwick. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oct. 11, 1903 Feb. 29, 1906

Bowman H. McCalla. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oct. 11, 1903 June 18 -
Caspar F. Goodrich . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Feb. 17, 1904 Jan. 7, 19s 9
Francis W. Dickins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 17, 1904 Nov. 2, 1906
Charles F. F. Wilde. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ug. 6, 1904 Ioeb. 23, 1907
Charles H. Davis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to e g o a so to a s o e Aug. 24, 1904 Aug. 28, 1907
Charles J. Train . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Sept. 13, 1904 May 14, 1907
George A. ConVersö. w e s a s a s • * * * s • * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * . Nov. 8, 1904 May 13 1906

- (Ranking with brigadier general.)
Royal B. Bradford. . . . . . . . . . . & e o os e t < * * * * * * * * * * * * Nov. 22, 1904 July 22, 1906
Joseph E. Craig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * @ e o so e o 'o e s e < * * * Dec. 28, 1904 Teb. 24, 1907
Charles M. Thornas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jan. 12, 1995 Oct. 1, 1908
Albert S. Snow. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . { } @ 9 o' to $ $ e o is $ to s vs e Feb. 21, 190s, Nov. 18, 1907
George C. Reiter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * * * * * * * Mar. 31, 1905 July 6, 1907
Willard H. Brownson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May 6, 1905 July S, 1907
William W. Mead. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ** * * * * * * * * * * July 1, 1905 Feb. 8, 1907
Edwin Longnecker. . . . . . . . . . . . * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * July S, 1905 Feb. 19, 1906
Thomas Perry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ". . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sept. 8, 1905 May 26, 1906
H.INE OFFICERS. IN GRADES OF CAPTAIN, COMMANDER AND
- AEUTENANT COMiMANDER.
Captains. | Name. Date app’t'd. Name. Date ann't' a

(Rank with colonel.) | Berry, Robt. M., Feb. 11, 01 Leutze, E. H. C. ...Oct. 9, 01.
Nann C. Date app to d, . Very, Samuel W. Feb. 19, 01 | Sebree, "iel -. . . . . . Oct. §. (){

Stockton, Chas. H. July 8, 99
Walker, Asa. . . . . . Sept. 9, 99

Dayton, Jas. H. ..Mar. 29, 0.04 Emory, Wm. H. Apr. 14, Qi; Ross,
Mackenzie,
Sperry, Chas. S. . . July 1, QQi Ackley, Seth M. .
Éiunker, John J.. Dec. 11, 00 Tilley, Beni.
Burwell, Wm. T. Nov. 29, 00| Merrell, John P. Sept. 26, 01 |

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