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F.-Department of West Point, commanded by Brigadier-General 0. 0. Howard, head

quarters West Point, N. Y., 1881. Present:

General officers..
Aides-de-camp
Bureau of Military Justice.
Quartermaster's Department.
Subsistence Department
Medical Department
Corps of Engineers
Ordnance Department
Professors.
Majors.
Captains
Subalterns
Sword-master

1 Cadets

218 Enlisted men..

290 Total commissioned

Aggregate
Absent:

Subalterns
Cadets
Enlisted men...

1 Total commissioned

Aggregate
Aggregate:

Commissioned officers and cadets
Enlisted men....

291 Aggregate .

R. C. DRUM

Adjutant-General. ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE,

Washington, D. O., October 25, 1881.

L.-Nativity and occupation of accepted recruits, and disability of rejected applicants.

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2, 588

Alabama.
Alaska
Arizona..
Arkapsas
California
Colorado
Connecticut.
Delaware
Districtof Columbia.
Florida
Georgia..
Illinois.
Indiana
Iowa.
Kansas
Kentucky.
Louisiana
Maine..
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Nebraska.
New Hampshire
New Jersey.
New York
North Carolina...
Ohio
Oregon...
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina.
Tennessee

15 8
Architects

1
1
Bakers,..

91 2
1
Barbers.

51
6 1 Blacksmiths

113
19

Bookbinders
1
Brass finishers.

5
66 1 Bricklayers.

27 27 4 Broom-makers

9 31 11 Butchers...

63 4 2 Cabinetmakers and up 24 12

holsterers. 116 2 Carpenters.

121
217 Calkers

1
23
Chair makers

3
2 1 Cigar makers

32 1 150 12 Clerks

276
11 7 Cooks.

45 6
71
Coopers.

26
180 | 65 Dentists
316 2 Druggists.
50 1 Engravers

3
2
Farmers

487
9 3 Gardeners

21
49 1 Glass blowers.
1
Grocers..

10
51
Hatters.

12
106 1 Jewelers.

9 705 8 Laborers.

1, 402 129 35 2 Lawyers

1 344 6 Lithographers

2 Locksmiths

4 583 22 Machinists and engi. 87 37

neers. 81 2 Millers.

17 39 20 Miners.

34

Minors.

2, 427 97 Married men..

863 93 Widowers with chil. 18

dren.
Under height..

1,464 28 Over height.

99 Under weight.

241 Over weight

387 Over age

742 Moral disability.

689 Mental disability

98 6 Discharged without 2

character.
Loss of discharge.

23 + Imperfect knowledge 1, 265

of English. General unfitness Intemperance..

2, 916 75 Deserters and ex-mili. 37 1

tary convicts. Defective vision.

27 Defective hearing. 87 Defective teeth

223 Deficient chest.

326 Loss of fingers.

56 Deformed legs

102 11 Defective feet.

235 24 Stammering

17 Curvature of spine.

83 6 Heart disease

31
Catarrh
Epilepsy
St. Vitus dance

1
Eczema

8 Scrofula

32

1

1,038

L.-Nativity and occupation of accepted recruits, and disability of rejected applicants-Con

tinued.

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Texas
Vermont.
Virginia
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Africa
Austria
Australia
Brazil.
Canada
Denmark
England
France.
Germany
Holland
Ireland
Italy.
Mexico
Norway.
Nova Scotia
Poland.
Roumania
Russia
Scotland
South America.
Sweden
Switzerland
Wales ...
West Indies

Periostitis
Frost bitten.
Fracture of tibia..
Enlarged spleen.
Hernia.
Phthisis
Hydrocele
Varicocele
Cirsocele...
Varicose veins
Hemorrhoids
Indurated glands.
Stricture of urethra..
Atrophy of testicles...
Pendulous testicles.
Syphilis
Gonorrhea
Phymosis
Bronchitis
Fractures
Fistnla in ano.
Tumors
Orchitis.
Asthma.

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1 Molders

Musicians
79 Painters

Photographers.
Physicians..
Plasterers
Plate-printers
Plumbers aud gas-

fitters.
Porters
Printers
Rope makers
Saddlers and harness-

makers.
Sail makers.
Sailors
Salesmen
School teachers
Shoemakers
Soldiers..
Stone masons
Tailors...
Teamsters and hostlers
Telegraph operators..
Tinners.
Turners
Veterinary surgeons

Waiters.
1 Weavers.

Wheelwrights
267 Miscellaneous

8 6 1

3 334 45 10 136

34 796 185

5 4 8

4 509 52 6 1 31 2 3 5 1

664

7 2 15

2 114 29 17 101

43 2

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5, 370 267

26 years 112 months. 23 years 93 months.

Average age of accepted recruits :

White

Colored.
Average height of accepted recruits :

White.
Colored

Total number of enlistments :

Natives
Foreigners

Total.

5 feet 67 inches. 5 feet 63 inches.

3, 821 1,816

5, 637

G.-MILITARY GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISIONS, DEPARTMENTS, AND

POSTS

WITII DISTRIBUTION OF TROOPS, POST-OFFICES, TELEGRAPII STATIONS, AND NEAREST

RAILROAD STATIONS OR BOAT LANDINGS.

DIVISIONS.

DIVISION OF THE MISSOURI. Lt. Gen. P. H. SHERIDAN, comdg.-Hdqrs. Chicago, Ill. Embraces Departments of

the Missouri, Dakota, Texas, and the Platte.

DIVISION OF THE ATLANTIC. Bvt. Maj. Gen. WINFIELD S. HANCOCK., maj. gen., comdg. according to his brevet of maj. gen.--Hdqry. Governor's Island, New York Harbor. Embraces Departments of the East and the South.

DIVISION OF THE PACIFIC.

Maj. Gen. Irvin MCDOWELL, comdg:-Hdqrs. Presidio of San Francisco, Cal. En

braces Departments of California, of the Columbia, and of Arizona.

DEPARTMENTS.

DEPARTMENT OF ARIZONA.

Bvt. Maj. Gen. ORLANDO B. Willcox, col. 12th Infantry, comdg. according to his

brevet of maj. gen.-Hdqrs. Whipple Barracks, Prescott, Ariz. Geographical limits.— Territory of Arizona, and so much of California as lies south of

a line from the northwest corner of Arizona to Point Conception, Cal. Troops.-6th Cavalry; A, 8th Infantry, and 12th Infantry.

DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA.

Maj. Gen. IRVIN MCDOWELL, comdg.-Hdqrs. Presidio of San Francisco, Cal. Geographical limits.-State of Nevada, and so much of California as lies north of a line

from the northwest corner of Arizona Territory to Point Conception, Cal. Troops.-C, G, and I, 1st Cavalry; A, B, C, D, E, G, H, L, and M, 4th Artillery ; B, C,

D, E, F, G, H, I, and K, 8th Infantry.

DEPARTMENT OF THE COLUMBIA.

Brig. Gen. NELSON A. Miles, comdg.-Hdqrs. Vancouver Barracks, Wash. T. Geographical limits.--State of Oregon, and the Territories of Washington, Idaho, and

Alaska, excepting so much of Idaho as lies east of a line formed by the extension of the western boundary of Utah to the northeastern boundary of Idaho, embracing

the post of Fort Hall, Troops.-A, B, D, E, F, H, K, L, and M, 1st Cavalry; F and K, 4th Artillery; 2d and

21st Infantry

DEPARTMENT OF DAKOTA.

Bvt. Maj. Gen. ALFRED H. TERRY, brig. gen., condg. according to his brevet of maj.

gen.-Hdqrs. Fort Snelling, Minn. Geographical limits.—State of Minnesota and Territories of Dakota and Montana. Troope.-2d and 7th Cavalry; 3d, 5th, 7th, 11th, 17th, 18th, and 25th Infantry.

DEPARTMENT OF THE EAST.

Bvt. Maj. Gen. WINFIELD S. HANCOCK, maj. gen., comdg. according to his brevet of

maj. gen.-Hdqrs. Governor's Island, New York Harbor. Geographical limits.—The New England States, State of New York (excepting the De

partment and the post of West Point), States of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, and

the District of Columbia. Troops.—1st Artillery; A, B, C, D, H, I, K, and M, 20 Artillery; 3d Artillery; I, 4th

Artillery; C, 5th Artillery ; 10th Infantry.

DEPARTMENT OF TIIE MISSOURI.

Bvt. Maj. Gen. JOHN POPE, brig. gen., comig. according to his brevet of maj. gen.

Hdqrs. Fort Leavenworth, Kans. Geographical limits.-States of Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, and Colorado ; Territory of

New Mexico, Indian Territory, and the posts of Fort Elliott and Fort Bliss, Tex., including the town of San Elizario, on the Rio Grande, and that portion of El Paso County lying north of an east and west line passing immediately south of San Eli

zario; cainp on Snake River, and supply depot at Rawlins Station, Wyo. Troop8.—1th and 9th Cavalry; F, 20 Artillery; 13th, 14th, 15th, 19th, 23d, and 24th

Infantry.

DEPARTMENT OF THE PLATTE.

Bvt. Maj. Gen. GeoRGE CROOK, brig. gen., comdg. according to his brevet of maj.

gen.-Hdqrs. Omaha, Nebr. Geographical limits.-States of Iowa and Nebraska; Territories of Utah and Wyoming

(excepting of the latter the camp on Snake River and supply depot at Rawlins Station), and so much of the Territory of Idaho as lies east of a line formed by the extension of the western boundary of Utah to the northeastern boundary of Idaho, embracing the post of Fort Hall, Idaho. Troops.—30 and 5th Cavalry; 4th, 6th, and 9th Infantry.

DEPARTMENT OF THE SOUTH.

Bvt. Brig. Gen. HENRY J. Hunt, col. 5th Artillery, comdg. according to his brevet of

brig. gen.-Hdqrs. Newport Barracks, Ky. Geographical limits.-States of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Lou

isiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Troops.-E, G, and L, 2d Artillery; hdqrs. A, B, D, E, F, G, H, I, K, L, and M, 5th

Artillery.

DEPARTMENT OF TEXAS.

Bvt. Maj. Gen. C. C. AUGUR, brig. gen., comdg. according to his brevet of maj. gen.

Hdqrs. San Antonio, Tex. Geographical limits.-State of Texas, excepting the posts of Fort Elliott and Fort Bliss, Tex., and that portion of El Paso County embraced in the Departınent of the Missouri. Troops.—8th and 10th Cavalry; 1st, 16th, 20th, and 22d Infantry.

DEPARTMENT OF WEST POINT. Bvt. Maj. Gen. 0. 0. HOWARD, brig. gen., comdg, according to his brevet of maj.

gen.-Hdqrs. West Point, N. Y. Geographical limits.—The Military Academy and the post of West Point, N. Y. Troops. ---Corps of Cadets; E, Battalion of Engineers; detachments of cavalry and

artillery. NOTE.—Under existing orders the following changes in the distribution of troops will be made after November 1, 1881 :

The 1st Artillery (except Battery G), now in the Department of the East, will interchange with the eleven companies of the 4th Artillery, in the Division of the Pacific.

The 3d Artillery (except Battery A), now in the Department of the East, will interchange with the eleven companies of the 5th Artillery, in the Department of the South.

1 he 19th Infantry, in the Department of the Missouri, will interchange with the 20th Infantry, in the Department of Texas.

POSTS.

[Those not garrisoned are indicated by an *. ] Abraham Lincoln, Fort, Dak. (Dept. Dak.)-P. O. and tel. stn. same; daily conveyance

from Bismarck, on N. P. R. R., dist. 4} m. Adams, Fort, R. Í. (Dept. East.)—P. O. and tel. stn. Newport, R. I.; boat from New

port, dist. 11 m. Alcatraz Island, Cal. (Dept. Cal.)—P. O. same; tel. and R. R. stn. San Francisco, Cal.,

dist. 4 m.; steamer to post. * Andrew, Fort, Mass. (Dept. East.)-P. O. and tel. stn. Plymouth, Mass., dist. 5 m. by

water Angel Island, Cal. (Dept. Cal.)-P. O. same; tel. and R. R. stn. San Francisco, Cal.,

dist. 7 m.; steamer to post. Apache, Fort, Ariz. (Dept. Ariz.)-P. O. and tel. stn. same; daily stage from Willcox

stu., on S. P. R. R., to Camp Thomas, Ariz.; thence by buckboard once a week to

post; dist. from Willcox to post 150 m.. Assinniboine, Fort, Mont. (Dept. Dak –P. O. and tel. stn. same; R. R. stn.

Dillon, on U. N. R. R., dist. 322 m.; stmbt. ldg. (summer) Coal Banks, on Missouri River, dist. 38 m.; daily conveyance from Dillon to Fort Benton, and tri-weekly thence to post; tri-weekly conveyance from Coal Banks.

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Atlanta, Ga. (Dept. South.)-P. O., tel. and R. R. stn. same.
Bad Lands, Cantonment at, Dak. (Dept. Dak.)–P. O. Comba, Dak. ; tel. and R. R. stn.

Little Missouri Station, on N. P. R. R., dist. 200 yards.
Barrancas, Fort, Fla. (Dept. South.)-P. O. Warrington, Fla.; tel. stn. Pensacola

Navy Yard, Fla.; steamer daily from R. R. at Pensacola, Fla., dist. 9 m.
Baton Rouge Barracks, La. (Dept. South.)-P. O. and tel. stn. Baton Rouge, La.;

steamer from New Orleans, dist. 130 m. Bayard, Fort, N. Mex. (Dept. Mo.)-P. O. and tel. stn. same; R. R. stn. Deming,

junction of A. T. and S. F. R. R. and S. P. R. R., dist. 45 m.; stage six times a week

to post. Benicia Barracks, Cal. (Dept. Cal.)—P. O., tel. and R. R. stn. (C. P. R. R.) Benicia,

Cal., dist. 1 m. Bennett, Fort, Dak. (Dept. Dak.)-P. O. and tel. stn. same; tri-weekly stage from

Pierre, Dak., on C. and N. W. R. R., to Fort Sully, 28 m., thence by private convey

ance to post, 7 m. Bidwell, Fort, Cal. (Dept. Cal.)-P. O. same; tel. and R. R. stn. Reno, Nev., on C. P.

R. R., dist. 200 m.; stage to post. Bliss, Fort, Tex. (Dept. Mo.)-P. O., tel. and R. R. stn. El Paso, Tex.; dist. 1 m. Boise Barracks, Idaho (Dept. Columbia).-P. O. and tel. stn. Boise City, Idaho; daily

stage from Kelton, Utah, on C. P. R. R., dist. 245 m. Bowie, Fort, Ariz. (Dept. Ariz.)-P. O. and tel. stn. same; tri-weekly stage from Will

cox, Ariz., on S. P. R. R., dist. 27 m. Brady, Fort, Mich. (Dept. East.)-P. O. Sault de St. Marie, Mich., tel. stn. Mackinaw

City; boats land at post in summer; sled in winter from Petoskey, on G. R. and I.

R. R., dist. 115 m. Bridger, Fort, Wyo. (Dept. Platte.)–P. O. same; tel. stn. Carter, Wyo.; special con

veyance from Carter Station, on U. P. R. R., distance 10 m. Brooke, Fort, Fla. (Dept. Sonth.)-P. O. and tel. stn. Tampa, Fla.; steamer Mondays

and Thursdays from Cedar Keys, Fla., dist. 170 m., via Manatee. Brown, Fort, Tex. (Dept. Tex.)-P. 0. tel, and R. R. stn. Brownsville, Tex. Buford, Fort, Dak. (Dept. Dak.)-P. O. and tel. stn. same; stmbt. ldg. at post on Mis

souri River; by land from Bismarck, 221 m., by river 303 m. Cameron, Fort, Utah (Dept. Platte.)—P. O. and tel. stn. Beaver City, Utah; stage daily

from Milford, Utah, on U. S. R. R., dist. 371 m. Canby, Fort, Wash. T.' (Dept. Columbia.)--P. O. and tel. stn. Astoria, Oreg. ; govern

ment tug five times a week from Astoria, dist. 14 m. * Carroll, Fort, Md. (Dept. East.)--P. 0. and tel. stn. Baltimore, Md., dist. 8 m. by

water. Caswell, Fort, N. C. (Dept. South.)—P. O. and tel. stn. Smithville, N. C., dist. 2 m.; steamer daily from Wilmington to Smithville, dist. 22 m. Cheyenne Depot, Wyo. (Dept. Platte.)-P. O., tel. and R. R. stn. Cheyenne, on U.P.R.

R., dist. 2 m.
Clark, Fort, Tex. (Dept. Tex.)—P. O. and tel. stn. Brackettville, Tex.; daily stage or

buckboard from San Antonio, Tex., dist. 135 m. * Clark's Point, l'ort at, Mass. (Dept. East.) -P. O. and tel. stn. New Bedford, Mass.;

private conveyance from New Bedford, dist. 3 m. * Clinch, Fort, Fla. (Dept. South.)–P. O., tel. and R. R. stn. Fernandina, Fla., dist. Cæur d'Alene, Fort, Idaho (Dept. Columbia).-P. O. and tel. stn. same; ambulance

from Westwood, Idaho, on N. P. R. R., dist. 9 m. Columbus, Fort, N. Y. H. (Dept. East.)-P. O. and tel. stn. Governor's Island, N. Y.;

government steamer from New York City, dist. 14 m. Colville, Fort, Wash. T. (Dept. Columbia.)-P. O. same; tel. and R. R. stn. Spokane

Falls, Wash. T., on N. P. R. R. ; tri-weekly stage or buckboard to post, dist. 96 m.
Concho, Fort, Tex. (Dept. Tex.)—P. O. and tel. stn. same; stage daily from Abilene,

Tex., on T. P. R. R., dist. 96 m.
Constitution, Fort, N. H. (Dept. East.)-P. O. New Castle, N. H.; tel. stn. Ports-

mouth, N. H.; stage from Portsmouth, dist. 3 m. Craig, Fort, N. Mex. (Dept. Mo.)—P. O. same; tel. and R. R. stn. San Marcial, on A.

T. and S. F. R. R.; private conveyance to post, dist. 5 m. Cummings, Fort, N. Mex. (Dept. Mo.)—P. O. and tel. stn. same; government transpor

tation from Porter Station, on A. T. and S. F. R. R., dist. 44 m. Custer, Fort, Mont. (Dept. Dak.)—P. O. and tel. stn. same; tri-weekly stage from

Glendive, terminus of N. P. R. R., dist. 172 m.; stmbt. to Terry's Landing, on Yel

lowstone (summer), dist. 30 m. D. A. Russell, Fort, Wyo. (Dept. Platte.)-P. O., tel. and R. R. stn. Cheyenne, on U.

P. R. R., dist. 3 m. Davis, Fort, Tex. (Dept. Tex.)—P. O. and tel. stn. samo; stage daily from eastern

terminus of S. P. R. R., dist. 180 m.

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