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Company K, Fourth Artillery, Fort Point, Cal., being a change of station from Alcatraz Island.

Company H, Fourth Artillery, Angel Island, being a change of station from Alcatraz Island.

Battery B arrived at station August 24, 1878, and Companies H and K September 16, 1878.

Company A, Fourth Artillery, was relieved from duty in the Department of the Columbia, and assigned to duty in the Department of California, with station at Fort Point, Cal. Company arrived September 16, 1878.

Companies C and H, Eighth Infantry, arrived at the Presidio of San Francisco on September 16, 1878, and left for their stations, namely, Camp McDermit and Benicia Barracks.

Company C arrived and took station at Camp McDermit, Nev., on September 23, 1878.

Company H arrived and took station at Benicia Barracks on September 16, 1878.

Company D, Eighth Infantry, arrived and took station at Camp Bidwell, Cal., on September 7, 1878.

Company I, Eigth Infantry, left Camp McDermit, Nev., September 16, 1878, and arrived at and took station at San Diego Barracks, Cal., September 25, 1878.

Companies B, C, D, F, and K, Twelfth Infantry, arrived at Angel Island, Cal., on August 28, 1878, and left ou September 7, 1878, for their stations in the Department of Arizona.

Company I, Twelfth Infantry, arrived at the Presidio of San Francisco in September, 1878, and left for its station in the Department of Arizona on September 12, 1878.

Company A, Eighth Infantry, was directed, ou August 16, 1878, to take station at Benicia Barracks, Cal., arriving there September 28, 1878.

Company C, First Cavalry, left Camp McDermitt, Nev., October 4, 1878, en route to its station at Camp Bidwell, Cal.

Company E, Fourth Artillery, arrived and took station at Angel Island, Cal., on October 2, 1878, being a change of station from Presidio of San Francisco, Cal.

Company F, Fourth Artillery, arrived and took station at Point San José, Cal., on October 2, 1878.

Companies B and K, Eighth Infantry, arrived and took station at Benicia Barracks, on September 25, 1878.

Company B, Eighth Infantry, left Benicia Barracks, Cal., on October 2, 1878, as a guard at Fort Yuma, Cal., to be relieved by one of the other companies of the Eighth Infantry at Benicia Barracks, after having performed a tour of duty.

Company I, First Calvary, is still absent in the field, but will, on its arrival in the Department of California, be stationed at Camp Halleck, Nevada.

Company D, First Cavalry, has been transterred from the Department of California to the Department of the Columbia, and will be stationed at Fort Walla Walla, Wash.

The companies of the Eighth Infantry, which arrived in the Department of California under the provisions of General Orders No. 3, Headquarters of the Army, AdjutantGeneral's Office, of February 6, 1878, but which did not participate in the Bannock expedition, namely, Companies E and G, have been assigned to stations as follows:

Company E, Eighth Infantry, was directed, on August 16, 1878, to take station at Camp Gaston, Cal. Company arrived at that post on August 28, 1878.

Company G, Eighth Infantry, was directed on August 16, 1878, to take station at Camp Halleck, Nev. Company arrived at that post on August 18, 1878.

The companies of the Twelfth Infantry in the Department, which did not participate in the Bannock expedition, were relieved from duty as follows, to comply with the requirements of General Orders No. 3, Headquarters of the Army, Adjutant-General's Office, of February 6, 1878, providing for the interchange of the Eighth and Twelfth Regiments of Infantry :

Company E, Twelfth Infantry, left Camp Gaston, Cal., on September 5, 1878, en route to its station in the Department of Arizona.

Company G, Twelfth Infantry, left Camp Bidwell, Cal., on September 7, 1878, en route to its station in the Department of Arizona.

Company H, Twelfth Infantry, left Camp Halleck, Nev., on August 23, 1378, en route to its station in the Department of Arizona.

Company D, Fourth Artillery, has been transferred from the Department of the Columbia to the Department of California, with station at the Presidio of San Francisco, Cal. Company arrived at that post September 25, 1878.

After Company I, First Cavalry-still absent (in camp at Cold Springs, on Kelton stage-road)—will have arrived in the department, there will be in the department:

Companies C and I, First Cavalry; Companies A, C, D, E, F, H, K, and L, and Battery B, Fourth Artillery; Companies A, B, C, D, E, G, H, and K, Eighth Infantry; nineteen companies in all, with the headquarters, statts and bands of the Fourth Artillery and Eighth Infantry; stations shown in the accompanying roster of troops.

8 B.-Distribution of troops serring in the Military Division of the Pacific,

Maj. Gen. Ircin McDowell, commanding, October, 1878.

MILITARY DIVISION OF THE PACIFIC AND DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA.

Maj. Gen. IRVIN MCDOWELL, commanding. Headquarters at Presidio of San Francisco, Cal.

Personal staff.

cate.

Capt. Birney B. Keeler, Eighteenth Infantry, aide-de-camp, and acting judge-advoCapt. John H. Coster, Eighth Cavalry, aide-de-camp.

Staff of the division and department.

Lient. Col. John C. Kelton, assistant adjutant-general.
Col. Edmund Schriver, inspector-general.

Maj. Elisha H. Ludington, assistant inspector-general. (Absent sick on persona! certiticate since December 29, 1876.)

Lieut. Col. Samuel B. Holabird, deputy quartermaster-general, chief quartermaster.

Lieut. Col. William W. Burns, assistant commissary-general of subsistence, chief commissary of subsistence.

Lieut. Col. Charles C. Keeney, surgeon United States Army, medical director.
Lient. Col. Henry Prince, deputy paymaster-general, chief paymaster.
First Lieut. Carl F. Paltrey, Corps of Engineers, engineer officer.

Officers stationed in San Francisco, Cal., not reported on dirixion or department staff.

Lieut. Col. George E. ('ooper, assistant medical purveyor.
Act. Asst. Surg. James W. Keeney, attending surgeon, San Francisco, Cal.
Capt. Henry Johnson, medical storekeeper.
Lient. Col. Barton S. Alexander, Corps of Engineers, senior engineer, Pacific Coast.
Lieut. Col. Charles S. Stewart, Corps of Engineers, harbor fortifications.
Lieut. Col. Robert S. Williamson, Corps of Engineers, twelfth light-house district.
Maj. George H. Mendell, Corps of Engineers, harbor fortifications.
First Lieut. Albert H. Payson, Corps of Engineers.

Officers of staff corps on Pacific Coast not otherwise reported on this roster.

Maj. George L. Gillespie, Corps of Engineers, river defenses and improvements, Portland, Oreg.

Maj. William A. Marye, Ordnance Department, assistant to commanding officer, acting assistant qnartermaster and acting commissary of subsistence, Benicia Arsenal.

Capt. William H. Rexford, Ordnance Department, in charge of ordnance depot at Fort Yuma, Cal.

DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA.

Posts.

Commanding officers.

Troops.

Alcatraz Island, Cal.... Maj. A. P. Howe, Fourth Artillery... Companies (' and L, Fourth Artillery. Angel Island, Cal Col Wm. H. French, Fourth Art..... Headquarters and Companies E and H,

Fourth Artillery. Benicia Arsenal, Cal... Lient. Col. J. McAllister. Ord. Dept.. Detachment of Ordnance. Benicia Barracks, Cal.. Col. August V. Kautz, Eighth Int... Headquarters and Companies A, H, and

K, Eighth Infantry. Camp Bidwell, Cal..... Capt. Clarence M. Bailey, Eighth Inf. Company C. First Cavalry, and Com.

pany D, Eighth Infantry: Camp Gastop. Cal. .... Maj. Henry R. Mizner. Eighth Inf... Company E, Eighth Infantry. Camp Halleck, Nev.... Maj. Geo. B. Sanford, First Cavalry.., Company I. First Cavalry, and Company

G, Eighth Infantry,
Camp McDermitt, Nev. Capt. Angustus W. Corliss, Eighth Company C, Eighth Infantry.

Infantis,
Fort Point, Cal Capt. Jobn Egan, Fourth Artillery .. Companies A and K, Fourth Artillery.
Point San José, Cal .... Capt. Jos. B. Campbell, Fourth Art Company F. Fourth Artillery,
Presidio of San Francis. Capt. Henry C. Hasbrouck, Fourth Battery B, and Company D, Fourth Ar.
co. Cal.
Årtillery:

tillery:

DEPARTMENT OF THE COLUMBIA.

Brig. Gen. Oliver 0. Howard, brevet major general commanding. Headquarters at Fort Vancouver, Wash.

Personal staff

First Lieut. Joseph A. Sladen, Fourteenth Infantry, aide-de-camp.
Second Lieut. Charles E. S. Wood, Twenty-first Infantry, aide-de-cain':

Department stati

Maj. Azor H. Nickerson, assistant adjutant-general.
Maj. Edwin C. Mason, Twenty-first Infantry, acting assistant inspector-general.
Maj. Charles G. Sawtelle, quartermaster, chief quartermaster.
Capt. William H. Bell, cominissary of subsistence, chief commissary of subsistence.
Surgeon Elisha I. Bailey, medical director.
Maj. Joseph H. Eaton, paymaster, chief paymaster.
Maj. Lawrence S. Babbitt, ordnance department, ordnance officer.

Posts.

Commanding officers.

Troops.

Camp Harney, Oreg.... Capt. Melville C. Cochran, Second Int Companies A and E, First Cavalry; Com

pany F, Second Infantry, and Company

H, Twenty-first Infantry. Fort Boise, Idaho Maj. John Green, First Cavalry.... Company G, First Cavalry; and Company

A, Twenty-first Infantry. Fort Cauby, Wash Maj. Joseph Stewart, Fourth Art.... Company G, Fourth Artillery, and Com.

pany I, Twenty-first Infantry. Fort Colville, Wash.... Capt. Joseph S. Conrad, Second Inf.. Company H, First Caralry; and Com

panies E and I, Second Infantry. Fort Klamath, Oreg.... Capt. Stephen G. Whipple, First Car. Company L, First Cavalry, and Company

F. Twenty-first Infantry. Fort Lapwai, Idaho ... Col. Frank Wheaton, Second Inf..... Headquarters and Companies B and 1),

Second Infantry, and Company C,

Twenty-first Infantry.
Fort Stevens, Oreg..... Capt. C. B. Throckmorton, Fourth Company M, Fourth Artillery.

Artillery.
Fort Townsend, Wash . Capt. Evan Miles, Twenty-first Inf. Companies B and *E, Twenty-first In-

fantry. Fort Vancourer, Wash Col. A. Sully, Twenty-first Infantry.. Headquarters and Companies D, G, and

K. Twenty-first Infantry: Fort Walla Walla, Wash Lieut. Col. James W. Forsyth, First Headquarters and Companies B, D, F, K, Cavalry.

and M. First Cavalry. Camp Howard, Idaho .. Maj. D. P. Hancock, Second Infantry. Companies C and K, Second Infantry. Camp on Crur d'Alene Lieut. Col. H. C. Merriam, Second Int Companies A, G, and H, Second Infantry.

Lake, Idaho.
Vancouver Arse'l, Wash Capt. J. A. Kress, Ordnance Dept.... Detachment of Ordnance.

* Company E, Twenty-first Infantry, temporarily at Umatilla Agency.

DEPARTMENT OF ARIZONA.

Col. O. B. Willcox, Twelfth Infantry, brevet major-general, commanding. Headquarters it Prescott Barracks, Ariz.

Personal staff.

First Lieut. Harry L. Haskell, Twelfth Infantry, aide-de-camp.
Second Lieut. Tinothy A. Toney, Sixth Cavalry, aide-de-camp and engineer officer.

Department staff.

Maj. James P. Martin, assistant adjutant-general.
Maj. James Biddle, Sixth Cavalry, acting assistant inspector-general.

Maj. George H. Weeks, quartermaster, chief quartermaster and depot quartermaster, Whippole Depot, Ariz.

Capt. Charles P. Eagan, commissary of subsistence, chief commissary of subsistene.

Surgeon James C. Mckee, meclical director.
Maj. Rodney Smith, paymaster, chief paymaster.

Vot otherwise reported on this roster.

First Lieut. Charles A. Booth, First Infantry, acting signal-officer, stationed at San Diego, Cal.

Post.

Commanding officers.

Troops. .

Camp Apache, Ariz... Capt. John L. Viven, Twelfth Infantry. Companies D and E, Sixth Caralry;

Companies C and 1). Twelfth Infantry,

and Company A, Indian Scouts. Camp Bowie, Ariz Capt. Curwen B. McLellan, Sixth Cav. Companies A and L, Sixth Caralry. Camp Grant, Ariz.... Maj. Charles E. Compton, Sixth Cav... Company G, Sixth Cavalry, and Com.

pany I, Twelfth Infantry: Camp near old Camp Capt. Samuel M. Whitside, Sixth Cav.. Companies B and M. Sixth Cavalry, .

and Company I), Indian Scouts. Camp Lowell, Ariz Col. James Oakes, Sixth Cavalry Headquarters and band, Sixth Cavalry. Camp McDowell, Ariz.. Capt. John M. Norvell, Twelfth Inf... Company I, Sixth Cavalry, and Com

pany G, Twelfth Infantry. Camp Mojare, Ariz Capt. James J. Van Horn, Eighth Inf. Company F, Eighth Infantry. Camp Verde, Ariz. Capt. Harry C. Egbert, Twelfth Inf.. Companies H and K, Sixth Cavalry,

Companies Band K, Twelfth Iufan

try, and Company B, Indian Scouts. Camp Supply, Ariz*. Capt. Daniel Madden, Sixth Cavalry... Company C, Sixth Cavalry, and Com

pany Ė, Twelfth Infantry. Camp Thomas, Ariz.... Capt. May H. Stacey, Twelfth Infantry Company F, Sixth Cavalry Company

H, Twelfth Infantry, and Company

C, Indian Scouts.
Fort Whipple, Ariz.... Capt. Edward C. Woodruff, Twelfthi Inf Headquarters and Companies at and

F, Twelfth Infantry.
Fort Yuma, Cal.... Capt. Charles Porter, Eighth Infantry Company B, Eighth Infantry.
New San Diego, Cal.... Capt. Alfred T. Smith, Eighth Infantry Company I, Eighth Infantry.

* On the head of White River, forty miles south of Camp Bowie.

OFFICERS OF STAFF DEPARTMENTS, SERVING IN THE DIVISION, NOT OTHERWISE RE

PORTED ON THIS ROSTER.

Quartermaster's Department.

Maj. William Myers, depot quartermaster, San Francisco, Cal. (Twelve months' leave since August 20, 1878.)

Maj. George B. Dandy, depot quartermaster, Portland, Oreg.

Capt. George W. Bradley, assistant quartermaster, and in charge of clothing depot, and acting depot quartermaster, San Francisco, Cal.

Capt. Gilbert C. Smith, assistant quartermaster, Camp Grant, Ariz.
Capt. James H. Lord, depot quartermaster, Yuma Depot, Ariz.
Capt. William P. Martin, military storekeeper, Camp Lowell, Ariz.

Subsistence Department.

Capt. Samuel T. Cushing, purchasing and depot commissary of subsistence, San Francisco, Cal.

Pay department.

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Medical department.

Names.

Rank.

Where serving.

Stations.

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Department of California. Presidio of San Francisco, Cal. ...do

Benicia Arsenal, and attending

surgeon Benicia Barracks. .do

Point San José, Cal. .do

Angel Island, Cal. do

Camp Bidwell, Cal. do

Camp McDermit, Ver. ..do

Camp Gaston, Cal. ..do

Four months' leave since June

19, 1878.
Department of the Columbia Fort Walla Walla, W. T.
.do

Fort Lapwai, I. T.
.do

Camp Harney, Oreg. ...do

Fort Vancouver, W. T. ..do

Fort Canby, W. T. do

Fort Klamath, Oreg, ..do

Fort Boise, I, T. .do

Fort Townsend, W. T. ..do

Fort Colville, W. T. Department of Arizona Fort Whipple, A. T. .do

Under orders to report to com.

manding officer Department of

Arizona for assignment. .do

Camp Bowie, A. T. ..do

Camp Grant, A. T.

Camp Apache, A. T. ..do

Camp Lowell, A. T. .do

En route with troops to Camp

Grant, A. T. .do

Camp Verde, A. T.

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Acting assistant surgeons.

Names.

Where serving.

Stations.

.do

C. W. Fitch

Department of California. In the field with Major Green's command. H.S. Haskin do

Camp Halleek, Ser. James Rorke. ..do

Alcatraz Island, Cal. D. B. Iotiman. ..do

San Diego, Cal. D. B. Todd ... do

Accompanying Company G, Twelfth Infantry, to

Department of Arizona. John M. Heinemann

In the field with Companies C and L, First Cavalry. James L. Ord clo

Fort Point, Cal. H. G. Manzey

Department of the Columbia. In the field. T. T. Minor .do

Fort Townsend, W. T. E. J. Pring ...do

Camp Howard, I. T. F.S. Stirling ..do

Camp Harney, Oreg. F. B. Eaton .do

Fort Stevens, Oreg. William C. McKay ...do

Cantonment near Umatilla Agency. George M. Kober.. .do

Camp Cour d'Alene, I. T. John A. Callender.. .do

Fort Colville, W.T. R. E. Lightburne. Department of Arizona. Camp Mojave, A. T. George S. Oldmixon .do

Camp Apache, A. T. B. G. McPhail ...do

Fort Yuma, Cal. George H. Moran .do

Camp Thomas, A. T. R. T. Burr. ..do

Camp Supply, A. T. J.J. Carroll .do

Camp Me Dowell, A. T. J. H. Strom ..do

Camp near old Camp Wallen, A. T.

Post chaplains.

Names.

Stations.

Remarks.

J.O. Raynor
D. Kendig..
D. Chase.
A. Gilmore.
W. Vaux
T. Mesplié

Angel Island, Cal.
Presidio of San Francisco, Cal Three months' leave since October 2, 1878.
Camp Bidwell, Cal.

Absent sick since Oct. 9, 1875.
Fort Whipple, A. T.
Benicia Barracks, Cal.

Absent sick since Oct. 9, 1875, at Santa Cruz, Cal.
Fort Boise, I.T..

On leave for sixteen months since July 15, 1877.

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