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LY ONE D IS SATISFIED
, yrpe troops ; on : oard the transport
Btcrldan,, consist:? k of on 3 regiment
Fourth ACftvalry,- one tattaiion 'of
tho 25th. Infantry, and thrre compan
lea of Coast Artillery, be:ides the offl-
, cr tftrid their! famUtes,; waited Xoxv a
l--.pg time after the ship had do?ked at
tho, r4llrQa4 wbarf, this morning; te-
fere the first move toward disembarka
tion was made. -
Adelay of about an hour was caused
by 4he fact that Doctor Sinclair !dl
covered a t case of ; spinal mbnicgcils
aboard,' and after an examination for
further iymptoms, the patient.wa r
coved to the hospital. ?ai soon as this
was' done the officers were allowed to
leave the. shlp.,ad civilians permitted
to go aboard the transport A meet
ing of the officers Was' called and thf
plans tor the disembarkation or the
troops were ' made. ; The .companie:
which are to remain pn board, until
tomorrow were detailed Into squads
under the command of non-commissioned
officers ",and the -work of un
loading ammunition 'and baggage was
commenced ;t. once. - " '.A T .. ,
It is expected that by tomorrow aft
ernoon all Jthe troops il have left
the ship. The Jirst organisation to
leave this morning was the 10th com
rny; of coast artillery, wbn Ieftif
Frrt De ; Rossy at ; tbout IX o'clock.
TfcV recruit; detachment of the -4th
Cavalry leaves this, afternoon, by train
the rest.-dfthe regiment lea vln& to-morrow-
tor Leilebua. The entire bat
talion of the 25th; -Infantry will march
t ni ,Lcilch 01 possibly- tomorrow 7mo-nr
Ins. The vtwo o.tner companies of.
crast artilfery, whicn ' are to' be sta-
Honed -at Fort KamchaixelialJI Joavi
f q r" their . station ithis .af tcmconU-'by
tntn,' ' i -.i-t- rfiwh.
Ur. lucky f?acocn.4? "
The appearance of rEcoon.;tho
miBcot(o( pne.of the corapanisi aboatd
the transport, at a pohtholo jpf Ihe ves
sel this mcrnlng war the cause of
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Tlpe- In Hawaii, i Ilf a'dQnarters; -har,'
zzi two -battalions cf tils regiment
traveled on -the Logan;- while- the
L ; cridan : carried tae other battalion
!i ciiitlon t3 the. entire Fourtb'Cav.
s-lry, end th4j-10th,"6Sth nd;75th com
; -les ef Coast Artillery.. This gave
1: .3 Sheridan far the largest load. "la
1 : ite of the tact that, all the Manila
: -r-cngers, nS otficert rand their
.llfes of organisations already' here,
returning from leave, traveled ,on the
Lc -in, the through boat ; h ' r'.V:
Tr r.rporta In EaHy "IV- ""
tzih transports docked 6hortIy' after
S c 'clock, the Sheridan coming along'
of the Railroad wharf, while the
2 - in tied up to the Oceanic. An in
t ; ; csted crowd was on hand to wek
ccne both troop ehlptv but the Sheri-
z. n drew the larger proportion,' the
f l art being lined. from end id abed.
wills the roofs of a string of freight
cs rs standing on " the wharr afforded
f mt row aats .for a number of soJ
c!:rs and civilians. Many of the men
:t turning from the Orient on the Sher-n-a,
carolled over- 5 to look ; for old
friends among the new arrivals, and
the Hawaiian Band save a musical
V flccne to the Sheridan's passengers.
The movements of the troops, while
eo me what delays on account of the
reridan's '- unexpected , quarantine,
v fr.t with the well ordered smooth
rets that marks, all operations of the
I'uited States Army. Soon after the
docking of the Login Is was decided
to hold the Twenty-Fifth aboard ship
for the night, in, order that an early
ir.crning start tuight be made on the
hike to SchofleM Barracks. The trjip
will.- be split into two marrhes, , Ce
regiment going fl to Pearl City tomor
row, and camplnj; there for the night,
tlolng the. last leg of the lourney to its
rewvstatian the ollowlnj day. -,
.The full distance from town to Lei-khua'-ls
considered too stiff a march
lor troops Just off the ocean.' 0
f)mcers and men of tbe Twenty
fifth aeemed, well pleased -with .the
prospect of tropical service, and broad
smiles went the, rounds, .-when.-It was
learned that two .battalions of ) the
regiment were to move Into, the com
forta.hle cantQnm'ent just -vacated by,
the Second Infantry at. Schofield Bar
racks. -The jentlre regiment had ex
pected to . go" under canvas, after
th e first - class . barracks at Fort
George Wright, "Spokane, and Fort
Lawtons Seattle, the irospect of tent
ing It indefinitely didnt appeal.
Colonel L. Kennon spoke &
-word Of greeting 1 to Hawaii for both
officers and men.
TThe .Twenty-fifth Is coming to
Oahu with all Eorts of pleasant antici
pation, said Colonel Kennon, ft fine
appearing soWler T. ith a humorous eye
and closely trimmed white whiskers.
"I .believe that everyone is looking tor
ward to this tropical tour, and hope
that our service fhere will be in every
way successful.' Hf. regiment is near
ly up to it full authorised strength.
We were full up a short time agoi but
about thirty-two discharges were not
. .. . : a. 1, -1 .- - - -
repiacea at too iasi jnaajeuv
HAVE; YQUR BA6GAJ
much excitement among the Hawaiian
end other bystanders -who lined the
hart After .the quarantine had been
removed, the civilians were allowed
to go aboard. Dr. Case, who went
aboard on the lookout for animals
aboard the vessel explained to one of
the officers -that the racoon would
Pye to,: d " f"f '5hB "me at-th
quarantine station. The officer put up
good, strong talk in favor of the ani
mal, saying that the racoon had spe
cial permission to land in -Honolulu,
but Doctor Case couldn't ;see through
the answer, and the racoon was hand
cuffed and led. away.
There was little to be said on board
this morning concerning' Incidents of
the trip a fair weather waa encoun
tered during the nine days- of the voy
age, despite a small storm which- fol
lowed the boat on the third day out.;
Nearly, every person on the- bis; boat
seemed, to-bo pleased -with the pros
pecf of omlng to HftwalP-both offi
cers and mem ' ' 1
"ft win ti n great changed sild bne
of tfce cavalry, otflcersi -"after spend
ing jthri last two' years' in' Arizona.- 1 -It
is rumored that among the Fourth
cavalry' there are several crack base
baU' teams: which are' anxious to show
their skill against some bt the local
efSTegationis. 4 If '.this be ' true. It is
likely that, ihey 'will have ?nd' trouble
in getting games' In Hondrulu: "7" -
v Perhaps onecf the happiest officers
abcard the transport this morning was
Clarence Lymail, first lleutehaht; of the
Fourth cavalry. Lieutenant ; Lyman
was tfce; first of the Lyman family of
mio; to to sent to 1 West i Point, his
brother Charlie being there now; '"He
was gradcated from West Point with
ihonprs; and was assigned 'to tho cav.
airy. This is his first visit to the land
of his birth in seven yearsand he said
this morning that the city did not look
the 'same to him: n guesa I havfrfor
SOtn;.prctty:iiearIy; eyery&ocy'I ever
knebt HcnoIulu',he;eald,-rhut if will
be.a3y" to he'e qqqfuainted again."
"I ftm sure - that'4 the-i men of 1 the
Jfwenty-fifthftnd' the people. of HaWall
will get- along -together," said-Chaplain".
Sootf of that, f eglment ' T have
bee A with the two battalion at - Spo-
t bane) and 1 can answer for it that the
pepfcle 'or this; city.' were . sorry to see
he .regiment le ave.":They gave, a'an:
ruet and, held a public meeting on bur
departure.-, and Bom'e'of the - most
prominent! men Jn; the' cityrwlshed us
good v luck J cn " that 1 . occasion'.- ' The
regiment fs- one or. the best : behaved
in , the Service; 'and I caii personally
answer 'for the yorals of the. men.!
Men of. the Twenty-fifth had hoped
for, and be6n given to underetandi that
they 'Were slated tor ; service in" the
Canal Zone; and they jwereTsomewhat
disappointed when Hawaii was sprung
on hem' Dri '"'second thought, how
ever, many of, them have come to be
lieve that they-, have gotten, the best
of. toe deal1 after air.-'v v;i;;
tycvmj The Cavalry." s f v'
3 The entraining and moving of the
Fourth Cavalry to Schofield-Barracks,
andj the bringing; of. the Fifth Cayairy
from Leilebua to the transport, is
quite an undertaking in itself, and one
that the 'military and : railroad chiefs
have been puzzling over-for soma time
pUSt-- - . :: .i:.:l ; ,
i The special, train that takes the re
cruit detachment; destined for quaran
tine out to Schofield this afternoon,
will . bring the . first . squadron. . troops
K and M, the band and machine gun
platoon of the Fifth back to town to-,
rcorrpw morning.- They will board the
transport, ;, and - the remainder of the
Fourth Cavalry will board the train,
returning; to Schofield a&'sooas pos
sible, where the other 'two $quadron&
of the Fifth will entrain and return to
the city Thursday morning.
The first battalion of the Second In
fantry ? left Schofield tot, Shatter tWs
morning;, by train instead of by road.
This brings toe' entire tSecond to' Fort
Shatter, "and leaves the cantonment
clear for the occupancy of the Twenr
ty-fiftb. ,pne atUUon of . the latter
regiment, i probably that commanded
by the Junior field officer, . Major
Butts, will go into canip at Schofield,
but as there is, plenty of . tentage, this
will be no great hardship.
' The entire First Infantry has been
under canvas since Its arrival here
nearly a year ago. with no immediate
prospect of getting into permanent
barracks and quarters, so the new
regiment is getting off rather easily
so far as Inconveniences are concern
ed. Artillery Up Against It.
The three new companies of coast
artillery will all be established in
permanent camps by evening. The
10th gets by far the best of it. going
to Fort De Hussy for station. This is
a fine camping ground, the location,
adjacent to the beach, being every
thing that could be desired. The offi
cers will get quarters In houses, while
the men will pitch their tents just in
rear of the 6-inch battery, which is
ready for operation, and will be used
for drill purposes. Captain Morris
1 Stay ton commands the 10th, the only
HANDLED BY RELIABLE BAGGAGE-MEN
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V, . As .toe treopRjIpsw
. on, deck. ..-. ,-,,v- ; -.. ;: .,; ro;
other officer with the company - being
I3e6ond Lieutenant. E.- J- O'Hara. ? ;
The 68th and 75th companies sret the
raw edge of the ' deal. . They are to
take station at Fort: Kamehaineha, and
when they-arrtve; there will no doubt
be surprised at the outlook. There is
nothing at Kamehameha, except the 12
Inch i batteryi '' and the emplacements
for the mortar battery. No buildings ;
no bathing facilities; no accommqda
tions of any sort. , . , . . .
Of ; course these conditions will be
gradually bettered, and no dotfbt a
fairly comfortable camp will be made;
but the fact remains that the two
companies' are marooned on a sand
spit, a couple of miles from the rail
road station of Puuloa, and 'with a
twenty-minute trip between that sta
Jon and.tle city . , .
The 68th is commanded by Captain
Taylor, his subalterns being First
Lieutenant Clark and Second Lieuten
ant Barter. Captain Jones, and Lieu
tenants Kelly, and Ellis aj? with the
75th; i. v l- -;.v ; x : s i
Colonel George V. McGunnegle, act
ing department commander, received
calls this morning at army headquar
ters from the commanding officers of
the new regiments. Department head
.quarters was. a busy place throughout
the morning. ? ' ' . --
RETIREMENTS IN NAVY
TO NUMBER 15 NEXT YEAR
In the navy there will be fifteen re
tirements for age in 1913, against
eleven retirements in 1912.
The navy retirements are: January
12, Medical Director James C. Byrnes;
January 22, Medical Director Daniel
N. Bertolette; February 13, Rear Ad
miral Joseph B. Murdock; March 7,
Rear Admiral Albert B. Willits;
J March 26. Rear Admiral Albert Mertz;
March 9, Pharmacist John D. Mullgan;
June 15, Rear Admiral Hugo Oster
haus; June" 25, Prof. Henry M. Paul;
June 28, Read Admiral George B. Ran
som; June 29, Capt. Frank H. Bailey;
August 8, Civil Engineer Frank O.
Maxson: September 29, Medical Di
rector Phillips A. . Lovering: October
10, Read Admiral Aaron Ward. Oc
tober 20, Medical Director Lucien G.
Heneberger, and November 20. Medi
cal Director Charles T. Hibbett.
There will be no retirements for
age in the Marine Corps during 1913.
Returns on the venire issued De
cember 9 for the regular January term
were made in Judge Robinson's di
vision of tho first circuit court this
morning, and the trial Jsiry will be
called for duty next Monday morning.
i Among the cases set for that date are
those against . Charles Bradley, ac
cused of assault and battery; the
Sam Wo Company, accused of manu
facturing a certain food without a
license, and John R. Davis, indicted
J for assault and battery.
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morrow morning. It was stated this
morning that one or more divers might
be sent down to make a minute ex
amination of the transport's bottom.
If this is done, the, sailing may, be
deferred pending a report to be turned
over to the head Quarters of the quar
termaster's department -
The LogaiT brought 65 cabin 72
second class and 661 troop passengers
for Honolulu Traveling through to
the Philippines in addition is a fair
number of cabin passengers, 74 enlist
ed casuals of the U. S. navy, 50 U. S.
marines, 71 enlisted men for the navy
and t five servants.
There were many amusing incidents
associated with the arrival of the col
Oceanic wharf was crowded .with
spectators, to greet the hundreds of
passengers, many of whom will make
this island their home' for the next
The Logan was given a small con
signment of mail, though the Matson
Navigation steamer Lurline is said to
have left the Coast a day in advance
of the troopsnip.
The Logan led the van on the
voyage down from the Coast. The
transports kept within two or three
miles .of each other throughout the
nine days at sea.
Weather conditions were extreme
ly favorable and the crowd fared well
on the entire trip.
Six hundred tons coal is to be
supplied the Logp.n before that vessel
is dispattaed for Guam and Manila.
But a small amount of quartermaster
supplies will be lantTed here, the Sheri
dan bringing down the bulk of freight.
The Twenty-Fifth Infantry band hasj
a wide reputation in military circles
Tho band numbers twenty-four.
i i if s i in i
! Twenty-fifth infantry came tip-town
Henry McK'nstry, a native nf Illinois; trom the Logan's berth at the Oceanic
forty-two years of age, stowed away j dock.
on the Logan and was discovered too! The men of the Twenty-fifth are cer
late to he sent ashore. Consequently, j fiiniy fine physical specimens. Scores
he arrived with the transport thisiof them stand over six feet in
morning. ' height and are big an:! brawny. The
regiment presented a natty appearance
Only two "pay passo".co;s' a: on -this morning, even after a long time'
the Loan for dam. .mvoii'J LiruV'V sea.
Archibald Ycnng cf the Mario-1 Cop j The wives and families of many of
and !. Ft. P ens. Th.5 Ij:.:ti ' -ar i - the men are with them, and thi morn-
a number of unlisted m n nf the r.vi-'.
rine corps and four firs: -class liospi'a!
apprentices cf the navy. '
an tying at Ballroad. dock and crowd
-Vfphotoa by :A. R, Gurrey Jr;' -
. - - - - - T. V i -r J;
Fort Shatter is one of the army
posts over which 'the war department
is - puzzling : in regard to quarter
masters. - ' " k
A provision in the last army ap
propriation act is creating quitea
perplexing situation with reference
to quartermasters for the smaller
army posts. As It will be Impossible
to secure officers of the Quarter
masters Corps for many of the bat
talion posts, it will be necessary to
call upon the line for acting quarter
masters. But there is a provision in
the army bill which, in the opinion of
some of the authorities who have
examined it, .disqualifies line officers
from, acting as quartermasters, for
they cannot be required to give re
ceipts for money and property not
belonging to their organizations as
they are not authorized to handle
ether property. Among .the posts for
which the chief of "the Quartermaster
Corps will be unable to furnish offi
cers of his corps are Fort Apachej
Boise Barracks, Fort Brady, Fort
George Wright, Fort Lincoln, Fort
Logan, H. Root. Fort Mcintosh, Fort
Missoula, Fort Niagara, Fort Ontario,
Fort Porter, in the United States;
Fort San Juan, Hepry Barracks, Porto
Rico; Fort Davis, Fort Liscum, Fort
Gibbon, Fort St. Michael, Alaska;
Fort Shafter, H. T., and ten or twelve
in the Philippines. The difficulty was
anticipated by the war department
when the legislation consolidating the
supply departments was under con
sideration. TWENTY-FIFTH MEN ARE
FINE PHYSICAL SPECIMENS
"Look at those strapping chaps, eh!"
ws the remark this morning when
peine of the colored soldiers of Tne
inf the colored population in the vicin-
ity of Oceanic dock was large and
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"'.ri ... :
r, Offlcersf'; and
civilian; passengers aboard' the -transport
Logan 1 for f HonololiT aie-as1 fol
lows; Col. LV. W.-vV. Kennon ftnd, wife;
Mat V.-A Caldwell, and wife, MaJJR.
L. Butt and wife, Capt-J: Bj Hunt anl
i .wife, Capt W.S.'.WyrwLwife, fwo
' i daughters-and j two sons,; Capt,- C. P.
Bates and son, Capt Marshal Child s.
. Capt W.'-O. Fleischhauer CapL'-p.
. Steunenberg, capt W. S. '.Mapesand
twife.f Capt 'Martin Novak, -?lst Licit
C' Bv Crusan, "wife and scny 1st;' Lieut
OA. Meale. 1st Lieut i W.' C. uVVhit
ener and wife. Chaplain C J. W.-Scctt
and wife two s'onsone'daugb.ter. 2nd 1
. JUieut A. " Lh snepa, 2nd Lieut' ft J.
BaJrd and, wife, 2nd Lieut M.A. Palcn,
2nd Lieut-C. J-tjEiferltt, -2nd Lieut
Henry s B. i Poet and -wile, 2nd Lieut
I L. Batrous; 2nd Lieut C. - L. Tinker;
all of the 25th j infantry:-' iCaptxChas.
B.t Lincoln and wife, 2nd ; Infty; Capt
,H.a - Williams. 1st Infty.T- Capt D.
Mason, : 1st' r.T,; Capt F. H.- John
. son nd vyife; son "find daughter 2nd
tlnftr.r-f Cantt F. , ifTiHlnkle and .wife.
G. 'Al C:;: 1st Lieut G; :V.- Packer.-lst
Infty. : ' 1st Ljept - FT , A.. Cock, wife
and infant, 2nd Infty. 1st i Lieut' k U
1 m Cuthrir C. ' A.;-- C; 'let 'Lieut P. D,
F. M. Andrew?. . Cavy, A D; C. , - 2nd
Lieut F Lv . Whitley 1st lnfiy; Pay
Clerk: C. E. Alger, -U. iS. Navy "f Geo.
t B.'.White.t HydrograpWc-Survcy, . Dept
Hawaiir. Mrs. Martin Novak, wife of
Captain 25th Infty; v.- ?; -:5 -,
For Guam on the transport are Sec
ond LieuL-Archlbald .Young of the ma
rine corps. F. B. Beens, and enlisted
men, ! , r-. : i w 4- :
: For Manila there are:'. v.- - :.
- MaL H. W. Parker, Phil, scouts, MaJ.
J.M.: Petty Phil, scouti, CaptM. ,C.
Kerth, ,15th. Infty, -and son; Capt" C. J.
Holden, 13th Infty, Capt C. ' C. Burt,
M.-Cbrps, It Lieut C H, llalllday tod
wife and two daughters, 1st Lieut C.
If. Kivlli, PhU. scouts, 1st Lieut Mat
hew, PhiL Scouts, and .wife, 1st Ueut
Jno.. Dixon, ITS. M. C, 1st Lieut M.
S. Lombard, M. H. C 1 st Lieut P. C
G Lougblin, PhiL ecouts, 2nd Lieut H.
H. Seymour, , Phil; Scouts, 2nd Lieut
I. J. Nichol, Phil. Scouts, and wife, 2nd
Lieut Iven Jones; P. A And wife, 2nd
Lieut Harding Polk, 8th Cavalry,. 2nd
Lieut D. 3: Dawley, 2nd F; A, 2nd
Ueut Geo. 6, Gay and wife,-Miss Alma
Crider, Ensign A; Y. Lamphier, U S.
Navy, Ensign Robt P. Molten, ;Jr;U
8. Navy, Ensign B. P. Kingman, U. S..
Navy, J. Leckle, Cht; BoaU'n. U. a.
Navy and two sons, S. P. Meade, Chf.
Carpntr. U. S. Navy, G. M. Stephens,
Ship Draftsman, U. S. F,C Beebee,
Clerk, M. CorpsX E. HuffJ, -l Hrqrs,
Clerk, D.'WHIckey, Hdqrr. Clerk'J.
A. Hata, ChL Clerk, Engr.-Deptv WrP.
Kelty. Vefn Q. M. Corps, John Thor
man, 2nd Officer, A. T. S., Mrs. Jno.
Jenner, mother-in-law, -Lt Lahm, -7th
CavjW'Mrs.P. P. Rhodes, wjfev'empr.
Nary : Dept. and daugbter.Capt. E.
Lindsley, 4th CaTy., wife and two
daughters, Mrs. H. W. Parker, wife of
mi 1 .
ON THE SHERMAN
The passenger list of the transport
Sherman is as follows:
Major Todd, C. A. C. wife ftnd two
children, Major E. A. Lewis, 6th Int,
Major E. V. Bookmiller, 9th InL, and
wife; Capt. E. A. Sirmyer, 9th Cav.,
wife and two children; Capt F. It
Brown, 9th Inf., wife and two children,
Capt. W. W. McCammon, Jr.. and wife,
Mrs. Chase, mother of Chaplair Chase,
E. F. Brophy, Chaplain 7th Cav.. T. &
Fain. 1st Lieut. P. S., and wife. D. H.
Scott. 1st Lieut. 3d Inf., wife and
child; I. P. Swift, Lieut 2nd Cav.,
wife and child; J. F. Miller. 1st Lieut
P. S.; H. J. Castles, 2nd Lieut. P. 3.,
wife and two children; G. W. Hall,
Lieut. P. S.; Catherine Cassin, Army
Nurse Corps; Elsie Neff, Army Nurse
Corps; Mary E. Hunt, Army Nurse
Corps; M. A. Bowers. Clerk, Q. M. C,
wife and child; Madison Pearson,
Hdqtrs. Clerk; E. P. Thompson, Clerk
Engrs. Dept.; Alexander Nicols, Chief
Engr., U. S. A. T. Warren; D. A.
Evarts. Clerk, Q. M. C; W. C. Spen
der. Surveyor, Q. M. C; E. L Guess,
former Clerk, Q. M. C; Mrs. E. S.
Irving, wife clerk, Q. M. C, and inft.;
Mrs. O. K. Tolley, wife Lt. 13th Inf.;
H. E. Bateman. wife 2nd. Lieut 3rd
F. A.; Mrs. H. R. King, wife Capt P.
S.; Mrs. FI. G. Sharpe, wife 1st Lieut
inh inf.; Mrs. M. K. Taylor, former
Army Nurse Corps, and sen; Miss Pru-
uence Wyman, niece, Capt toontz, U.
Walter Hamilton, former clerk
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U. 8. NW and "wife; Mrs: Frank Bruce, ;
wife Bos'n..t7. 8,'H.n& two daugh
tera ftnd son; O.-D.. Long, Lt Cot P.
CL, wife and son;; J. E. Jones, Esanv
fner,. Burcaii Custoras,. . W. 8, Gaylorr v
clerk, Bureau- Customs; . Mrs. J. A. -Nagel,
wife Tchr. Du. Education. on;
end Infant; C. E. Goodhue, 1st Officer,
Bureau Navigation; Mrs. S.K. Haw
kins, teacher- Bu. - Educations N. E.
Bay less. Tchr LU Eiucatton. wlfe and :
Infant; Mrs. O. S. Banks, wife Ento
r.ologls., - Bu. Science and two child f
ten; Mrs. F. ; Davis,: Mrs U W. .Mor
gan, Tehr, Bu. Education ftnd daughter.
.All, the-passengers , are on their war 1
through to Sanj Francisco.' Tblrty-nlno
passengers occupy r the .second cabin
and; there aro several ladlgsnt ac fttnen
and citizens picked up in the Orient
tor transportation, home- . -
Altogot her there are passengers
cn bparJ, of which All are sieera;o.
The steerags Includes . If I casuals,
23 general- prisoners,1 97 enlisted' men.
in the marine . corps, ftnd,.llJ of the
cftvy-besldoa dviiisns, . . 4 . -v-,
- OH THE SHERIDAn
! Officers ftnd their wives and faml-.
lies who arrived on the Sheridaa this
morning include the fcllowlsg: Cot.
W. D. Beachj 4th. Cavalry: Mrs. W. D. -
Beach and mother; -Lt Col, J. OCal-
braith, 4th Cavalry; Major L.. Harder
man,' 4th Cavalry; Mrs. L; -Hardeman .,
and daughter; -Mrs. Cockrlll; Major,
E. B. Gose, 25th Infantry; 'Mrs. E.
B. Cose anf son; Capt Schcrer, 4th
Car.; Capt J. O'Shea. 4th Car.;.Mrs. J.
O'Shea and five children and govern
ess; Capt 8. P. Lyon, 2Sth Infantry;
Mrs."? s: P.' Lyon and two children;
Capt J. S. Fair,-4th Cavalry; Mrs, J. 5
8. Fair rand three children; Capt 8.
Coleman, 4th Cavalry; Capt Norrla
Stayton, 10th Company, C. A. C.; Mrs. ;
Norris Stayton and son; Capt C. L.
Willard. 25th Infantry; Mrs. C. L.
4WHIaxd and two sons; Capt G. A.
Taylor, 68th Company, CL A.-C; Mrs.
O.. A. Taylor;-Capt J. E. Pechet 4th
Cavalry;, Capt C. Briand, 4th Cavalry; .
Mrs. C; Briand and three, children ; '
Capt C. Jones, 75th Company, CJLC; .
Capt O; N. Kimball, 4th Cavalry; .
MrsO. N. Kimball and child; let Lt
Rigbter, 4th .1 Caralry; Lt J. C
Stedje.' 4th Cavalry; jLt W. B. Ren-
ziehausen, 4th Cavalry;- Mrs. ' B.'? "
Renzlehausen; Lt- J. A. Hlggs, 25th -Infantr;
-Lt ;W. ,C. Gardenhire,; 4th
Cavalry; Mrs. W C. Gardenhlre and ;
son; Lt? 8.' C. Meglll, 4th Cavalry;
Mrs. Mf gilt ftnd two children; Lt'L. -W.
Pnntji 4th Cavalry; Mrs. h. W. -1
Prunty and :two children; - Lt -A. ,L. -Hump,
25th Infantry; Lt W. a Mar- .
tin, :4th Cavalry; Mrs. W. 8. Martin
and two children; Lt C.VW. Neal, 1st
Field Artillery; Lt S W." Cook,4th -Cavalry;
Mrs. 8. W; Cook and 4augh
ter; Lt C. ' H. Rich, 25th Infantry; :
Mrs. ' C. II. Rich ; Lt' M. C. McDon ;
aid. Medical Corps; ' Lt- O, -N Tyler,
4th Cavalry; Lt -A. M. Milton, 4th. Cav- U
airy; Lt R. P. Harbold, 25th Infantry;
Lt E. L. Kelly, 75th Company C. A.
C; Lt R. L. 'Ttlton, 18th Company
C. A. C: Lt C. -K: Lyman, : 4th Car-
airy; Mrs.- CK. 'Lyman; :Lt S. -fit -
aark, 68th Company C A. C; 2d Lt.
R. M: Cheny, -4th- Cavalry ; Mrs. R. M.
Cheny and daughter; Miss Gilbert; Lt
G. R. Harrison, 25th Infantry; Mrs.
G. R. Harrison n4 daughter; Lt H.
W. Hall, 4th Cavalry J Lt B.! O. Cnl
lum, 4th Cavalry; Mrs. E. O. Culluro;
Lt R. 8. Donaldson, 4th Cavalry; Mrs.
R. 8. Donaldson and daughter; Lt O.
H. Saunders, 25th Infantry; LtP.' J.
Kieffer, 4th Cavalry; Mrs. P. J. Klef
fer; Miss Brett; Lt H: H. 'C Rich
ards, 4th Cavalry; Lt C'Ri Baxter,
68th Company C. A. C; Lt A.L. F,
Johnson, '4th Cavalry; MrsV A. Li P.
Johnson; Lt A'. C. Rudd. 4th Caval
ry; Lt R. J. OHara, 10th Company
C. A. C; Lt. H. E. Enis, 75th Com
pany C. A. C; Mrs. H. E. Ellis; Lt
H. A. Flint, 4th Cavalry; Mrs. H. A.
Flint; U. W. Halle, 4th Cavalry; Lt
W. E. Dorman, 4th Cavalry;. Vetn. A.
L Mason. 4th Cavalry, mother and sis
ter; Geo. Armltage, C. E., wife and
On the Logan, with the Twenty-fifth
Infantry are Regimental Sergeant-Mar
jor A. A. Marrow. Musician B, LrtGlo
ver. Regimental Quartermftster-eer-geant
O. J. Kincaid.' Regimental Quartermaster-sergeant
D. P. Green, Chief
Musician, Leslie King, Drum Major A.
Morse, Color-sergeant. W. K. Harris,
Color-sergeant William Frederick, Bat
talion Sergeants William Andrews ftnd
William Washington, .ftd ergeantft
Barbour. . Blaney, Turner, Bryson,
Kemp, Reynolds, Haynes and Glass. ,