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Sawtelle, Charles G., jr., Captain, 8th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned ....... 291
Sayre, Farrand, Captain, 8th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned ..

256
Scales, Wallace B., 2d Lieutenant, 6th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned......
Scharer, Henry J., Private, Co. C, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tien-
tsin, China.

201
Scharnhorst. Mentioned .......
Scherer, Louis C., Captain, 4th U. S. Cavalry, Acting Inspector-General, 1st

District, Department of Northern Luzon. Native Philippine
forage, suitability of ....

......... 178, 183, 208
Schley, Thomas F., Captain, 23d U. S. Infantry. Mentioned ..

265
Schofield, Charles B., Captain, 2d U. 8. Cavalry. Mentioned......

80
School of Instruction. Hospital Corps .......

158
Schools.

Post, instruction in......
School, service, on Pacific Coast. Establishment recommended..
Work of Army in establishment of .....

See Service Schools.
Schultz, Theodore, 1st Lieutenant, 14th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned ....... 291
Schuyler, Fort, New York. Substitution of electricity for oil lighting at.. 155
Schwan, Theodore, Brigadier-General, U. S. A. Mentioned .......... 51, 79, 169
Schwartfegor, Casper, Private, Co. F, 9th U. S. Infantry. Killed at Tientsin,
China

201
Schwenck, Samuel K., Captain, retired, U. S. A. Dismissed........
Scott, George L., Major, 10th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned .......

252
Scott, Hugh L., Lieutenant-Colonel, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. V.
(Captain of cavalry). Mentioned ....

287

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Screven, Fort, Georgia. Condition, etc.......
Scully, James W., Colonel, Assistant Quartermaster-General, U. S. A.

Mentioned .....
Seacoast defenses. Protection of approaches to ...
Seattle, Washington. Transports sailing from, with troops for Philippine

Islands . .......
Secretary of Interior. Mentioned ...

..........

268
Secretary of War.

Influence of Adjutant-General's Office reports upon decisions by ....... 163
Mentioned..................... 18, 20, 26, 33, 46, 51, 53, 73, 131, 137, 162, 165, 268
Officers of Adjutant-General's Department, under direction of.

163
Special service schools inspected only by direction of .......

173
Sedgwick, U. S: transport. Mentioned.
Senator, U. S. transport. Mentioned.
Service Colors and Standards ...........

121
"Service Kit of Infantry Soldier.” Extracts from ..

........ 226, 227
Service Schools.

Attendance of young officers at ...
Facilities, enlargement of ...
For engineers, removed to Washington Barracks
Graduates, consideration to be shown .....
Needs of new officers for instruction afforded by...
Reestablishment of ...

67, 256
School of Torpedoes and submarine mines, transfer to artillery

46
Suggestion for modification of course at West Point..

174
Value of course of instruction at...

74
See National Guard and Militia.

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Sewerage and drainage system. See Posts, military, and Quartermaster's

Department.
Seymour, John, Private, Co. A, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tientsin,
China ..........

...... 201
Shafter, William R., Major-General, U. S. A. Mentioned......... ...... 274
Sharpe, Alfred C., Major, Assistant Adjutant-General, Acting Inspector-

General, Department of the Missouri.
Mentioned .......... ...... 148, 160, 173, 179, 185, 189, 191, 192, 194, 195, 197
Report of, summary .......

... 67
· Sherman, Fort, Idaho. Abandonment of and transfer to Interior Depart-
ment... ........

.... 66, 275
Sherman, U. S. transport. Mentioned...

.......... 31, 33, 36, 76
Sheridan, U. S. transport. Mentioned ...... ......... 31, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 76, 77
Shiloh, Tennessee, National Park. Inspection of

..... 180
Shoecraft, Frederick E., Private, Co. F, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at

Tientsin, China .
Shoshone Agency.
Agent, post-office and telegraph station ..

266
Agent's opinion of Indians at ...
......

269
Parties to Black Hills agreement, 1876–77.

269
Present Indian ration issued at..

269
Request of Agent for troops to prevent Sun dance of Arapahoes.... ... 268, 269
Tribes represented and number of Indians ..

266
Work, etc., required of Indians ..

269
See Indians.
Sibley, Frederick W., Captain, 2d U. S. Cavalry, Acting Inspector-General,

Department of Texas. Mentioned ... ............ 152, 179, 184
Siemens, George H., Private, Co. K, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at
Pekin, China .........

..... 202
Signal Corps.
Staff details in .......

See Inspector-Generals Department.
Signaling.

Definite orders for instruction in ...
Designation of scouts in each company

193
Instruction neglected.

144
Proficiency in....

193
Sikh, U. S. transport. - Mentioned.
Silk, Martin A., Private, Co. F, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Pekin,
China ..............

202
Sill, Fort, Oklahoma Territory.

Condition of Apache prisoners of war at ......

Troops at...
Skagway, Camp, Alaska.

Quarters at ........

Supplies for.........
Skogsberg, Axel, Private, Co. F, 9th U. S. Infantry. Killed at Tientsin,
China ......

.........
Slack, Walter T., 1st Lieutenant, 47th Infantry, U. S. V. Mentioned.....
Slater, Richard B., Corporal, Co. B, 9th U. S. Infantry. Killed at Tientsin,
China ..........

201
Slocum, Herbert J., Captain, 8th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned........
Slocum, Stephen L'H., Captain, 8th U. S. Cavalry. Military Attaché, Ameri-

can Embassy, at St. Petersburg, Russia. Mentioned ......... 42, 44

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Small Arms Firing Regulations.

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Modification .....

193
Remarks on, by officers of Inspector-General's Department .........
Smiley, Samuel E., Captain, 15th U. S. Infantry. Suggestion for massing

troops ........
Smith, Ernest G., 2d Lieutenant, 17th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned ........
Smith, Frederick A., Major of Infantry, Acting Inspector-General, Division

of the Philippines. Duties performed ....... ........... 177, 181
Smith, Harry E., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned .......... 131
Smith, John P., Private, Co. G, 9th U. S. Infantry. Killed at Tientsin,

China ...........
Smith, Joseph O., Indian Agent, Southern Ute Agency, Colorado. Men-
tioned....

............
Smith, Louis P., 1st Lieutenant, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A. Mentioned... 80
Smith, Perrin L., 1st Lieutenant, 39th Infantry, U.S. V. Mentioned...... 36, 76
Smith, Sebree, Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned........... 80
Smith, Thomas M. K., Lieutenant-Colonel, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned.. 81
Smith, William O., 2d Lieutenant, 7th U. S. Infantry. Commended....... 278
Smoke, Samuel A., Captain, 5th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned....
Snelling, Fort, Minnesota.

Fires at........
Repairs at ........
............................

262
Volunteers organized at.....

32
Snow, William J., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned.... 128, 292, 293
Snyder, Simon, Colonel, 19th U. S. Infantry, Acting Inspector-General, De-

partment of the Lakes. Mentioned......... .......... 177, 182
Soldiers, American.

Admirable qualities developed in service in Philippines......
Appointment to Government positions of honorably discharged....... 141
Class of, sent to Philippine Islands...
Compared with foreign .......

149
Conduct of, responsibility for...
Discipline of Army..........
Excused from drill and exercises..
Foreign service, adjustment of.......

205
Impression of foreign officers regardin

204
Japanese opinion of...

204
Principles in training................

13, 14
Punishment for misbehavior...
Scarcity of experienced, for noncommissioned offi
Superiority, mentally and physically .......

203
Supplies, etc., for....

171
Wearing of uniform by discharged.......

10
Soldiers' Homes.
Inspection of ........

177, 179, 180
Intoxicants, prohibition of sale at.......
Number of inmates ..

10
“Some Medico-Military War Lessons.” Extracts from .

214-216
South Africa, operations in. Reports on, mentioned.
“South African War.” Extracts from ..
South Carolina, State of. Volunteers recruited from...
South Dakota, State of. Volunteers recruited from......
Southern Luzon, Department of.

Activity of troops in....
Territorial limits of.........

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Southern Ute (Colorado) Indian Agency.

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Agent, post:office and telegraph station .........

266
Tribes represented and number of Indians at....

266
South Framingham, Massachusetts. Volunteers, organized at.....
Spanish-American War.

Conduct of troops in .....
Disbursements by regular officers during.............

168
National Guard in.....

175
Special medal of honor for those who served in ...,

73
Volunteers compared with those of Civil War..
Sparrow, Solomon E., Captain, 21st U. S. Infantry. Mentioned ........
Special Service Schools. See Inspector-Generals Department and Service

Schools.
Spence, Robert E. L., Major, 32d Infantry, U. S.V.(Captain, 30th U. S. Infan-

try), Acting Inspector-General, 4th District, Department of
Northern Luzon. Mentioned..

....... 178, 183
Spinks, Marcellus G., 1st Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned. 107
Springer, Anton, Captain, 1st U. S. Infantry. Killed in action......
Springhaans Neck. De Wet's charge at.....

.................... 225
Staff Departments.
Consolidation, opinions of officers on ....

... 162, 164
Enlistment for ....
No more permanent appointments in ..
Organization..
Vacancies in-
Apportionment of

....
How filled...
Staff Details.
Departments in which made, and period.....

Method of apportionment....

Results expected from system...................
Staff Establishment. Readjustment and improvement of .....
Stanton, William, Major, 8th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned........ .... 290, 291
Starr, Charles G., Lieutenant-Colonel, 11th Cavalry, U. S. V. (Captain, 1st

U. S. Infantry), Acting Inspector-General, 1st District, Depart-
ment Northern Luzon. Mentioned ..

178
State Volunteers. Regiments recruited from ...
Stations.
Southern, undesirability .......

244
Construction of quarters at......

244
Steinhardt, Frank. Chief Clerk, Department of Cuba....
Sternberg, George M., Brigadier-General, Surgeon-General U. S. Army.
Mentioned.........

.... 39, 285
Stevens, Fort, Oregon. Artillery defenses...........

...... 150
Stevens, Robert R., Major, Quartermaster's Department, U. S. A., Chief

Quartermaster, Department of Northern Luzon.
Summary of report........

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See Northern Luzon, Department of.
Stewart, Walter E., jr., 2d Lieutenant, 3d U. S. Infantry. Mentioned .....
St. Francis Barracks, Florida. Condition, etc.....
St. Michael, Fort, Alaska.

Condition of lyceum library.........
Construction work at.....

... 154, 279
Temperature records at....
Weather conditions; supplies for........

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St. Michael's Bay, Alaska. Opening of ........
Stodter, Charles E., 1st Lieutenant, 9th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned .......
Story, John P., Lieutenant-Colonel, Artillery Corps, U. S. A., Artillery

Inspector, Department of the East. . Remarks and recom-

mendations ................
St. Paul, U. S. transport. Mentioned .....
St. Philip, Fort, Louisiana. Condition, etc.....

240
Strathgyle, U. S. transport. Mentioned .....

35
Straub, Oscar I., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned ....

106
Strong, Fort, Boston Harbor. Armament, garrison, etc......
Strong, Putnam B., Captain, Quartermaster's Department, U. S. A. Men-
tioned ......................

....... 80
Strother, Lewis H., Lieutenant-Colonel, 32d Infantry, U. S. V. (Captain,

1st U.'S. Infantry), Acting Inspector-General, 5th District,

Department Northern Luzon. Duties of................... 178, 182
Stuart, Stanley MacC., 1st Lieutenant, Assistant Surgeon, 11th Cavalry,
U. S. V. Mentioned.........

............... 81
Submarine Mining. See U. S. Artillery School.
Subsistence Department.

Appointments in, no more permanent ...
Casualties among officers....
Commendation of ..........

146
Difficulty of alimentation of troops....

55
Discontinuance of sale of dentifrices ..

158
Division of the Philippines, summary of report of chief commissary... 58
Operations of..
Staff details in .....

44
Suitability of present ration for service in Tropics..
Supplies for Army, in Division of Philippines ..
Supply Departments....
Vacancies in, appointments to.....

See East, Department of, and Inspector-Generals Department.
Sullivans Island, South Carolina. Conditions, etc ..

242
Sulzer, Raymond, Captain, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. A. Mentioned. 81
Summary Court.
Objection to trial by..

.....

68
Power to act on loss of property........

187
Summerall, Charles P., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned....
Sumner, U. S. transport. Mentioned.....

40,77
Sun Dance ...............

268
Indian Department regulations prohibit...

270
Punishment for practice of......

270
Sundays. Special or unnecessary military duties on, forbidden ..

171
Sundries. Extracts from “Proposed Swiss Artillery'

216
Supplies for troops .........

204, 275
Supply. Service of, in Philippine army

55
Supply Departments. Expenditures...

250
Svenson, Gotfried, Private, Co. B, 9th U. S. Infantry. Killed at Tientsin,

China ...........
Sweeney, Henry, Captain, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned .......
Tacoma, U. S. transport. Mentioned....

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Taft, William H., Honorable. Appointed Civil Governor of Philippine

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