Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB

No. Pierce, William S..

No. Pilcher, James E..

P. 14, 34

Smith, Alfred T.

--P.3, 34 Piper, Alexander R.

p. 9, 34 Snith, Andrew J

P. 3,

23 p. 1, 57 Pitcher, John.

88

Pp. 16, 18, 34 Pleasanton, Alfred

Smith, C.

pp. 16, 18, 34 Poe, Orlando M

--P. 4, 78 Smith, Fred.

Cir. B., p. 20. Polhemus, Adrian S

p.3, 34

Smith, Robert G.

p.3, 34 Potter, Joseph A

-1. 17, 34 Smith, William

p.21, 34 Powell, William H

P. 3, 34 Smith, William F

p. 4, p. 10, 34

23 Preston, Guy H

p. 13, 34 Price, David

pp. 16, 18, 34 Sparks, A. 84

78 Price, George F

Spaulding, Edward J.. p. 21, 34

p. 21, 34 Purcell, B. M

Stanley, S. L.
--P.3, 24 Starring, William S..

P. 10, 78

p. 21, Quay, Andrew G.C.

Steele, C. L

-P. 13, 34
Quentin, Julius E.

P. 11, 8
Steele, M. F.
-p. 17, 34
Steiner. E. II.

-p.2, 78 Quinn, James B.

-p.3, 34
Stephenson, William

-P. 2, 78

P. 3, 34

Stevens, Charles J. Rayner, James O...

-P. 22, 34 Randell, s. F.

-P. 6, 34 Stevens, E. H.

p. 5, 78 -P.6, 78 Randolph, Wallace F.

Stewart, Cecil.

P. 7, 34 Rankin, F.

pp. 3, 9, 78 Stewart, W.D.

Pp. 3, 9, 78
Reese, Henry B.

P. 4,
| Stivers, Charles P.
p. 17 34

p. 19, 31 Reynolds, Bainbridge.

Stockham, Edward V.

57 Rhodes Charles D.

P. 5, 34

Stockle, George

P. 2, 67 Richardson, J. A.

-P. 16, 34 Strong, Richard P.

p. 10, 78 Rivers, Tyre R..

p. 7, 34 Summerhayes, John W.

p. , 34 Roberts, Benjamin K

--Pp. 12, 19, 34 Sumner, Edwin V.

46 Robertson, c.

---P.7, 34

Suplee, Edwin M.

P. 11, 78 Robertson, Reuben L.

P. 13, 34 Sweitzer, Nelson B.

-p. 17, 34 p. 3, 34 Robertson, Samuel C.

Sydenham, Albin H.

p. 1, 57 p. 4, 34 Robinson, Daniel.. Robinson, Frank U..

-P. 9, 34
Taggart, Elmore F.

84 Rockwell, Charles H.

-P.5, 34
Taliaferro, G.C.

-p.fi,
P. 20, 34

78 Roper, L.

Taylor, Asher C.

p. 7, 34 ---P. 5, 78 Rose, Robert W.

Taylor, F. Beers...

P. 5, 34 p. 14, 34 Rosecrans, W. S.--P.4, 23; pp. 6, 18, 34

Taylor, John R. M.

p. 1, 57 Rosenberry, A. J.

Terrell, Charles M.

P. 3, 78 Rucker, William A.

p. 3, 34 Thayer, A.

p. 3, 78 -P. 3, 34 Rumbough, David J.

Thompson, John T.

p. 7, 34 p. 7, 34 Russell, Gerald.

Thornton, J. C.

p. 5, 34 Ryan, John P.

p. 4, 78 Thurston, D, J. -pp. 13, 16, 34

p. 3, 78 Tidball, John C.

p. 17, 34

Turner, Reuben B. Satchel, J. p. 3, 78

-P. 9, 34 Sample, William R.. Sanger, Joseph P..

P. 15, 34

Umphray, W. D.

pp. 11, 18, 34 Sargent, Frederic II.

p. 5, 78 Upham, John J.

-P. 5, 34 --P. 14, 34 Saxton, Rufus Schofield, Charles B..

p. 17, 34

Vance, Capers D. 31

p. 15, 34

Van Vliet, R.C. Schofield, Richmond McAlister. p.13, 34

--P. 5, 78

Vogdes, Charles B. Scott, Douglas M..

p. 8,

34 -Pp. 12, 19, 34 Scott, W.š..

Von Herrmann, Charles J.--.-P. 22, Seal, L.D.

- Pp. 3, 9, 78 || Vroom, Peter D. -pp. 11, 18, 34

p. 11, 78 Sheridan, Michael V. Sheridan, Philip H..

P. 19, 34

Waite, Henry De H. p. 14, 32

-P. 6, 34 Wallace, George W.

p. 20, 34 pp. 11, 19, 20, 34 Shollenberger, John H.

Walshe, J. C.

---P. 9, 34 Sibert, William L.

--- P. 3, 24 Washington, George.

p. 21, 32 p. 4, 34 Sigworth, John M.

Webb, George W.

p. 15, 34 Simpson, Marcus D. L.

-P. 19, 34 Weber, J. H

24 Simpson, W.P. -

p. 17, 34

Webster, Frank D.

P.2, 78 Sitgreaves, Lorenzo..

-P. 2, 57 Webster, George 0.

p. 20, 34 Skerrett, Delamere.

-P. 8, 34 Webster, Warren.

34 Sladen, Joseph A...

p. 3, 57
Weisel, Daniel..

34
p. 10, 34
Wessels, Henry W

p. 20, 34

-P. 3,

P. 17, p. 21,

[blocks in formation]

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, 1889.

SUBJECTS.

Subject.

Ord. Page.

[blocks in formation]

AESENT WITH LEAVE-

Officers on sick leave should be accounted for as, ------Cir. 11, p. 2.
ACCOUNT-CURRENT-
of the company fund open to inspection of post commander..

Cir. 3, p. 3.
ACCOUNTS-
Opinion of Attorney General respecting payment of, for Army trans-

portation
Respecting the periodical statement of, rendered to disbursing offi- í
cers by each depository

... 9.1
(See Clothing Account)

Cir. 6.
ACTING HOSPITAL STEWARDS-
The status of, fixed as privates by Cir. 3, of 1888. They will be

reported on muster-rolls, with the remark "acting hospital stew-
ard" in the column of "Remarks

Cir. 2, p. 3.
ACTS OF CONGRESS-
Appropriation for support of Military Academy for year ending June

30, 1890.-
To construct a road from Florence, South Carolina, to national ceme-

tery adjacent thereto.
To provide certain arms, ammunition, and equipage for the militia

of the State of Oregon
Authorizing Secretary of War to issue to governor of Montana mil-

itary stores for use of regularly enlisted, organized, and uniformed

active militia
Authorizing the President to appoint and retire Andrew J. Smith,

late colonel 7th Cavalry, and a major general of volunteers-
For the relief of Gen, W. F. Smith-
For the relief of W. 8. Rosecrans
Appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for fiscal year

ending June 30, 1889, and prior years, and for other purposes
Appropriation for legislative, executive, and judicial expenses of the
Government for fiscal year ending June 30, 1890, and for other

purposes
Appropriation for support of Army for fiscal year ending June 30,

1890, and for other purposes.-
Appropriation for fortifications and other works of defense, for
armament thereof, for procurement of heavy ordnance for trial

and service, and for other purposes
For relief of certain volunteers and regular soldiers of the late war

and the war with Mexico
Appropriation for sundry civil expenses of the Government for

fiscal year ending June 30, 1890, and for other purposes.
Directing a survey of a road from the Aqueduct Bridge to Mount

Vernon, Va., and making appropriation therefor...--
Granting to the Big Horn Southern Railroad ('ompany right of way
across Fort Custer military reservatio: ---

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]
[blocks in formation]
[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors]

Acts or CONGRESS--Continued.

To authorize the Cheyenne Street Railroad Company to build its
road across Fort D. X. Russell military reservation

39
Granting right of way to Pima Land and Water Company across

Fort Lowell military reservation
To authorize the Secretary of War to lease a certain tract of land to
the Leavenworth City and Leavenworth Water Company (see
Fort Leavenworth)

39
To authorize the Omaha, Dodge City & Southern Railway Company
to build its road across Fort Hays military reservation..

39
ADJUTANT GENERAL

Appropriation for payment of clerks and other employés in the
office of the...

25
(Sre Assistant Adjutants General).
(See School Teachers).

Cir. 4, p. 1.
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT-
Appropriation for contingent expenses of the, -

26
ADJUTANTS-
Of artillery and infantry regiments are considere 1 mounted officers

and par. 2693 of the Regulations applies to them, and amends
decision in Cir. 4 of 1887, accordingly..

Cir. 1.
ADVERTISED-
Forses condemned as unfit for service will be, for sale.

19
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS

Necessary for establishing, cultivating, and perpetuating post-

gardens, by whom furnished.--
A1D-DE-CAMP-

First Lieut. C. B. Schofield, 2d Cavalry, announced as, on the staff
of the Major General commanding the Army --

31
Announces resignation of 1st Lieut. J. Pitcher, 1st Cavalry, and the

appointment of 2d Lieut. A. D. Andrews, 5th Artillery, as on the
staff of the Major General commanding the Army --

88
ALLOWANCE-

For travel, retained pay, clothing not drawn, and for interest on
deposit payable to enlisted men on discharge

26
(See Civilian Witness)

----('ir. 10.
See Table-ware, Kitchen Utensils).

51,85
(See Travel Allowance).-

87
AMBULANCES-
Description of flags for, etc.

83
AMERICAN MORSE CODE-

To be used by the Army for all purposes of signaling, whether visual
or acoustic (see Code Cards)

59
AMMUNITION-

Allowance of small-arms, for target practice
Act to provide certain arms, ammunition, and equipage to the State
of Oregon for the militia thereof..

23
Allowance of, for instruction of heavy and light artillery batteries,
and practice with machine-guns..

64
Appropriation for purchase of, for pneumatic dynamite guns... 26

(See Regulations)
AMUSEMENT Rooms-
Beer and light wine not permitted in connection with company..

Cir. 11, p. 1.
ANNIVERSARY-
(See Centennial Anniversary)

32
ANTIETAM STATION-
(See Road)----

24
APPLIANCES FOR DISABLED SOLDIERS.
Appropriations for,

32

[ocr errors]

2

1

12

21

3

12

« AnteriorContinuar »