nd Lieut. Isaac H. Boyd was commissioned First Lieutenant in that Company.
In Company D, Sergeant Major Samuel Baxter was made Second Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant John P. Reynolds was made First Lieutenant and Acting Adjutant and transferred from Company D to G.
In Co. K. Second Lieut. Edward P. Bishop was promoted to Firstld ignite the quickmatch and the signal would be fired like a bengola light.
The first signal issued to the Nineteenth regiment is now in the possession of Capt. Reynolds.
These signals were in vogue before the organization of the signal corps, which afterward became a separate, distinct and efficient branch of the service and112, made by motions of the flag.
The night challenge is Red-White, the reply being White.
This signal, not being used, became void, and is preserved by Captain Reynolds among his war souvenirs.) These colors designated by the outer wrapper on the signal cartridge, correspond with the instructions in the little folded cocked