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HOROLULD STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JAN. 14, 1013.
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Publishers, Commercial Prbtcnv Cc:kt!"i3,
WALLACE B. FAElinQTONr. ; General Bdnn l!sT? -
jS ' .. AJv'VV
; The troop on Zar& the transport
Sheridan; coMlitlrjJ ot, one regiment
Fourth v Cavalry.'V one -battalion of
thV 25th. Infantry, and three compan
ies Coast 'Artillery." bkides the oK
crrs n4 their VfawlliesTVilted fbr;a
l'-.ts time after the ship had do:ked it
the;, railroad " tarfLtbiamai-nlngttf
fere the first move toward disembarka
tion wag made. ; '. - ,
A'tfelay of about an hour was caused
lr the : fact that Doctor Sinclair dls
ccvcreda case of spinal xnCningUls
ELo;-rd and after an examlnitioa for
further tymptoms, the pBtientw&E re
lieved to tie hospital. A spoa as itW
vg done the oHlccrs were allowed to
Ifare the eh!p end civilians permitted
to', to tbcard tho transporti A meet
ing of the oncers was tailed. and 'the
rJans for the dlsemtarkatlon' of, the
troops were mide; The- conpahiet
wtich are .to renoin on -board .,unti
tomorrow were detailed Into" eqaads
uuder the : comnatU of . non-commis-tloned
pfScers ,r.r.dthe work of un
IcMdlss; amir.:::-.:'.:oa and "htrage waa
cccmenced tt c ic. : . -
It is expected tiat by torndrrow aft
f : roon. all tc trcops wHl haTe left
il.e ship. The' 'f.rst organization to
!:oe thit mornlns was Ibe 10th com
; -y of coast arflileryj WbKrUfltft o;
I t Do Unsey atV.bout . 11; o'clock
i; w ucruit : t'eMthaent ' of the 4th
C -Iry leaves tiis afternoon, by rain
He mt of ttel regiment Jeaving. to
r :: , ,v for LeiJehtta The- entire bat
! "-n cf the "3th. InTantry will march
:,:'elizi poEsIMy toniorrow hicrn
f Tho- two ctner - companies of
..:t trtillery, wtlcn' arcto'tc sta:
:"rd at Fort Kanehameha, will leave
. t-clr fctauca this arteraoon,
y. r.aeocn.-': i';4 '1';
-. - i ; ea: i.ace -j of a r?coon, the
r- r "--1 cf cr.fi cf Ihe campanles) aboard
the transport, at "a rrlboJe -cf, the ves
i :1 this momins wao- the ) caucaof
(Continued. Vrom jjage .1. j
:n uawau. -Jiraatinarters,-can.i, wm .pet cior.s tc;::.er," said-.C:ap-two
tattalicns cf this 1 regiment Ualn ;cctt .of that reslment. J Tl have
!:d cn the Lcgan.' while " fae been with the two. battalions. 'at Spo-
vtiri.tu lie oiurr uwi.auoji,
":ticr. t3 the cnUre ronrth'Cav-
lzI ihs 2Cth, CSth ttd 7th cdm-Ube
;n carried Me other battaUoh,Hane. and Lean an a we r for it that the
r: vcztt Aruiiery.-; Tbis' gave
::I.!nn far, the largest load, la
the f:ct that -all the Manila
;:rs, ani olficera and tneir
3 cf conizations already here,
n from. leave, traveled on the
;, ti.e through . boat -. :v v
:rt3 in. Carly ' ' , ;
i transports clocked shortly after
"deck, the Sheridan coming along-
- cf the nailroad wharf, while tbe
:n tied up to the Oceanic An in
::icd croMd was on hand to wel
.3 tcth troop chlp but the Sheri
: drew the larger proportion, the
rf Icing lined from end -to shed.'
the roofs cf a string cf freight
rs standing on the wharf afforded
frr-t row sats for a nuraber of sol
t" -s end civilians. 'Many-of, the men
: : '. : rning f rem the Orient cn the Sher
t trolled ovet : to look,; for; old
13 among the new. arrivals, :.and
'. :. r I iwn'.ian , Band gave a .musical
v. ( ' ' 9 to the Sheridin's patsengers.
The movements of the troops, while
r .r.swhat delays on account of the
" -: '. : - n's ' unexpected ' 4 quarantine,
r: t v.ith the well ordered smooth
r c : a that narks all operations of the
Vr.'trd Ctates Army. . Soon after; the
(c!Jr cf the Lojr.n is was decided
tj held the Twen-ty-Fifth. ahoard ship
for the night,; la order that an ,arly
r crning ttart might, he -made on the
hike, to chcf.cld Sarracke. '. The-trip
-aIU be. si lit' intot: two ; marches, tTe
rcsimcnt goingfi to Peri. City - tomor
row, and camping there far the night.
dcir. r the last leg cf the Journey to its
rew station the following fiay.
Ttie ruu aiaxacce.irom-.wwn
lehua Is considered too atlff a march
lor trocps Just o2 the ocean. ; ' 1. '
- .. -. . - i
juicers ana-jara i CW
fifth seemed well pleased : with.- the
r respect of tropical service. and. broad
learned that : two - .battalions.. , ot the
regiment were, to move Into the com
forts tie cantonment just vacated by
the Cecond Infantryvfit Schofield Bar
rachs. Theentire regiment had?
r ected : , to ; f go - under canvas, s after
the first - class -barracks at . Fort
George - Wright, Spokane and t Fort
Lawtoa," Seattle, the, prospect. efenfc
it indefinitely didn appeal
Colonel, L. W V. Kennon spoke a
word , of greeting .to'. Hawaii -forbotfi
officers and mtn. i. h- -; : ,; . 3 "
"The . Twenty-fifth V is 'h coming, h to
Oahu with all sort of pleasant antici:
pation." said Colonel Kennon, a fine
appearing soldier with a humorous eye
sxd closely primmed white whiskers.,
"I believe thai everyone is looking for;
ward to this tropical tour, and hope
that our aervtre.teereiWlU be la every
way successfuL JdjeglmentJs aear
ly up toits aull authoiized atrengta.
.... : fniltnn hrt Ume urn. but
sbout thirty-two discharges were . hotUof .Idrin "purposes: Captain' - Morris
Replaced at the last moment. U HStayton -comman43,theaoth,.the;pnly.
- YCUR JBAGGAC2 HANDLED; BY RELIABLE .BAGGAGE MEN
;t- - CMS. H. . LOVE) - . -41aw.
nioch excitement among the Hawaiian
und other bystanders ' who lined ; the
wtarf.' After the Quarantine had been
removed, the civilians were allowed
to go aboard. x Dr. Case, who went
aboard on the lookout for animals
aboard the' vcastT,! explained :tdrn cf
the' officers -that the racoon would
fcave to do four, months' time. at. the
quarantine station. The officer put up
a good, strong, talk la favor of the ant-
mal, atlng that .the -racoon had se-L
clal permission to. landln Alonolulu,
but Doctor Calcouldn't.lee hroush
the answer, and the racoon, 'was hand
cuffed and ed away. ; t ; i ,
'There was little to be said on board
this morning concerning incidents of
the trip, as- fair weather iwas encpua
tered during the nine iays of the Voy
age, despite a small storm .which Jol
lowed the boat on the third cay out. "
Nearly venLpersonjsn.Jthe. big, boat
Beemed 'to be. pleased with the pros
pect? of coming. to Hawaii both offi
cers'and men.' " l-"?--:-. vv ; .'
"It will be a great change,4 $aid one
or the , cavalry v of ncers,'; rafter jspend
ing ihe last two years !in Arizona."
,lt;ls rumored that among the Fourth
cavilry there' are several crack base
ball; teams, .which, are anxious to show
then skill against .some of the local
aggrc nations, r It ithis be true.' it is
likely thai tfc'ey will have no trouble
iA gettirs games in Honolulu. . "
Pc: ! -;-3 one of (he happiest. officers
abct-r i transport;tt'3 morning was
CJahr.co Lrr-an;-first lieutenant of the
Fourth, csv:.!ry. LI cuter, ant : Lyman
Was tvc r.r. rf tM Lrrrrn fan:l!y,'cf
brott ;r (.. I:;:
was ;f : ' :.tc J frc l
I to tl.: cav-
airy. .Tills is Us Urst vl.it to ths.l.:nd
of h;3 birth in seven years,, ecd. he t - id
thl, morning that the city .did not look
theifame to him."; "I graces I have for
frotten pretty nearly every Ddayt ever
knejV irt Ilcpcluln, he eajd, ''but it will
bp jrr'ylt4'i' ?c " j acquainted again.
f VI am .'"sure : that.the men. of ;.the
TWcntr-fiTth: ar.ci the rec::le cf Hawaii
i tiace, aaa l cuu answer ior i; xnai
pecjie cf this city:wefe sorry to
rerlment leave. They gave a I
j.cjuet. and held a f utile meeting on our :
I departure,' !and seme of "'-the j rncst ,
; protninent iaen In he city wished U3 1
peed luck -cn" that occaElon." tThe
regiment . is cue cf the best : behaved
In the. service, and I Can; personally
wLnsweftor the X038-18 ta men. . .
,;Mea cf tne .Twenty-firtn riad nopea
for, and teen r'ven to understand, that
they werd slated for service in t the
Canal Zone, and they Wer
they Wer3 eomewhatf
n Hawnii v as sprung
1 disappointed whe
on them.. 'On second thevsht. Low
ever, many of them have ccme to be
lieve that they have gotten the best
of the clful alter all.:V.' - ' ;
liievl'2 - Crvalry." -v- ? '
"Ttc ( ': '. :r.g and , tnoting o? the
Fourth C -y to Schofield Barracks,
and t! ? 1 : : ins of the Fifth Cavalry
from Lcii l.-a'. to - the - trnnrpcrt,' Is
quite an t.. : .t-.hi.-.g ia its:!., and one
that lhe r.illtnry and railroad, chiefs
have t:;n j u:illng over for some Gme
past.-.','.' ::- ;;:'-cn;--r':
l- The epeclal train tnat taxes the re
crui detachment, destined for Quaran
tine; out to Schofield thlB afternoon..
will, bring the first squadron, troops
k ana Ai, me, nana ana macmne gun
platoon of i:be Fifth hack to town to-
fnorrow: mbrnlng. ' They win boarj the
ransport, .and the remainder "of;. the
Fourth Cavalry will board the train,
returning to Echc'eld a soon'as'pos-,
sihle, w here the other jtw osquadrons
of the Fifth will entrain and return to
the city .Thursday morning, r ? ;
The first battalion of the Second In
fantry left: Schofield for Shafted this
morning, by ttrain. Instead of by road
Thia t rings Ue enUre Second to Fort
gjjji. andvUavea - the cantonment
ciear for the occupancy of the Twen-
ltyfth. One batUlion of the. v latter
rerfmen probably that commanded
by junlor field officer,. tJvIaJor
Butts, will go into camp at Schofield,
but as there is plenty of tentage,! this
wlll.be no great hardship., -.The"
entire First Infantry has been
under t canvas since , its, arrival i here
nearly a year ago wjth no immediate
prospect of getting : into permanent
barracks and ; o.narters, so the ' new
regiment is getting off ;rather, easily
soTfar as inconveniences are concern
. ,::.'. '-. ' ' " -
ArtUJery . Up Against It , .
V The 'three new :' companies of coast
artUlery cwIUr all be eeUWIshed ;. In
permanent camps . by . evening. . The
10th. gets by far, the best of it going
to Fort De Itussy for station. This is
a tine camping ground, the . location,
adjacent to the beach, being .every?
thing that could be desired! 1 ?The offl
cefs will get quarters in houses, while
the men will pitch their tents just in
rear.vof the 6-lnch battery, which is
ready foroperation,w and will be used
;l As the troopships reached Honolulu this laoralngj - Above, the Sherid an
of army. people and cliilians waiting t greet frlrndv Eelow, another picture of
,en-deck.-s:y,.,v:r-.;vv-r - t
other officer with the company: being
Second Lieutenant TL J. O'lTara -. .
rThe 6Sth and 75th companies get the
raV . edge of the deah ; They are to
take station at Fort Kamehameba and
when they arrive there will no doubt
be surprised at the outlook. iThere Is
nothing at Kanlehameha except the 12
Inch : battery, and the - emplacements
for the mortar battery. No buildings;
no bathing facilities ; . no accommoda
tions of any sort v ,v -' ';r; '
Of Course' these conditionswiil be
gradually bettered, and v no doubt-a
fairly comfortable camp will be made,l?roW Vai one or more aiver n
but the fact .remalnsHhat v -the I two t:.1 down-to make A:'mlnnte e
companies . are ' marooned '. on a sand
ipltj a couple; of miles from the rall
roa dstation bl: Puuloa, and with a
twenty-minute trip " between that : sta
tion and the city . v ' ,v ,
tThe' 6Sthr is commanded by Captain
ayJor, his - aubalterns being . First
Llehtenant Clark and Second Lieuten
ant Barten Captain Jones, and Lieu
tenants Kelly and Ellis arewjth. the
i- Colonel Georre V. Mc
ng. department commander, received
alls this morning at army headquar-
ers from the commanding officers of
the new, regiments. Department head
quarters wai a busy place throughout
tne, morning. A -j - ;i .
: . TRANSPORT NOTES
v.The f wenty-Flfti Infantry band has
a Widfl ffnutallonJ fn mnitrv HwIps
The band numbers twenty-four. .
" Henry HUcKInstry. a native of Illinois
forty-two years of age, stowed away
on the .Logan: and w as discovered .too
late..to be sent ashore. Consequently;
he arrived with the transport this
Only two "pay passengers" are on
the Logau for Guam. : 'Second Lieut.
Archibald Toung of the Marine' Corps
and B. ' B. Beens. The Logan carries
a number of enlisted men of the ma
rine corps and four first-class hospital
apprentices of the navy.
Because a stranger kissed his sister
(ttrange as it may seem not the
st'-enger's sister) a New York man
dipped dead as a result of anser.
Fire partly destroyed Alexander
Hall, the main building of the Prince
ton Theological seminary, and the first
briiding : erected by. the Presbyw-rfen
church -in America ior the. education
of students for the ministry.
A. violent earthquake i i reported to
have occurred at Union. S. C. Th-
shock lasted 20 seconds throwing over
chimneys and tearing a rent in the
stuie walls of the county jail.
Police of Chicago and Los Angeles
have uncovered a bellboy's plot to rob
noted hotel guests in all parts of the
country, and ship the loot to distant
points to be sold.
(Contlnuec from Page 1)
morrow morning.. It was Btated this
animation , of the transport's bottom.
If this Is done, the salllne mar be
deferred pending a report to be turned
over to the headquarters of the quar
termaster's department ? -
- The Logan -btough ? 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. 8.
marines, 71 enlisted men for the navy
and five servants ,' li
There were many amusing incidents
associated with the arrival of the col
ored troopers f s -U h $ : ? '"
L Oceanic t wharf was 1 crowded with
spectators, ta greet the hundreds of
passengers, many of whom will make
this island their, home for the next
two years. '"'fP1 t;" '
The Logan waa 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 Logan before that vessel
is dispattaed for Guam and Manila.
But a small amount of quartermaster
supplies will be landed here, the Sheri
dan bringing down the bulk of freight.
ROSTER OF OFFICERS
(Continued from Page 1)
P. Harboid. G. R. Harrison, O. H.
Saunders, R. C. Baird, M. A. Palen,
C. M. Everett, H. B. Post, L. Bat
roiis, and C. L, Tinker.
The artillery officers are:
Captain N&rris Stayton, command
ing the Tenth company, and Second
Lieutenant E. J. O'Hara.
Captain G. A. Taylor, commanding
the Sixty-eighth company, and Lieu
tenant R. L Til ton and Second Lieu
tenants V. E. Clark and C. H.Uaxer.
Caotain f. Jotjps. rnmmandinc til4
Seventy-fifth comnany. and Llcutcn-j
ants E. L. Kelly, H. E. Ellis.
' I I ' ?- v ' i
Ing at'Kallroad dock and Crowd
the SherUan, .officers, and -wires
Mt ii. f . -. i, i
Photos, ty;A. 1U Carrey,- Jr.! v i ;
, Fort; Shatters Is one of: the army
posts over which the war department
is ' fpuwllng in regard to ; quarter
masters. - C '0 ''"-''-''.;
A provision In the last i army lap?
propriatlon act Is ' creating quite a
perplexing ''situation" With reference
to. quartermasters for . the . .'smaUer
army posts. Aa it win be Impossible
to '.secure 1 officers T of the Quarter
masters .Corps f or . many of . the'- bat
talion posts, nt will be necessary to
call upon the line for acting quarter
masters.1. But thereVis a provision In
the army bill which, in the opinion of
some of the authorities who - have
examined it,, disqualifies Jine officers
from acting as quartermasters; for
they i cannot be wqnired to give i re
ceipts for? money,; and - property: mat
belonging to their organizations aa
they are not authorized to handle
other property. Among the posts for
which the chief of the Quartermaster
Corps will be unable to furnish offi
cers of hls vcorps are Fort Apache,
Boise Barracks, k 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, Henry Barracks; Porto
Rico Fort Davis, Fort Liscum, Fort
Gibbon, Fort St Michael, Alaska;
Fort Shatter, 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
" - " " - - www www ... - - w wm m w. ww
"Look at those strapping chaps, eh!"
was the remark tbis morning when
some of the colored soldiers of tne
Twenty-fifth infantry came up-town
from the Logan's berth at tbe Oceanic
The. men of the Twenty-fifth are cer
tainly fine physical specimens. Scores
of them stand over six feet in
height and are big and brawny. The
regiment presented a natty appearance
tbis morning, even after a long time
The wives and families of many of
the meh are with them, and this raorn
inf the colored population in the vicin-
of Oceanic dock was large and
FLAT? rath port cisrLAT 4DTzr.nn::a c t::o x:cr:3...'; r-
; v USTIL JAM-1 XUl tFraftrrad TcilUia 2ii) .'.a Pii; LNCU
TRANSIENT BATE, tl-50 first buertica and anhseqneat Lrsuea pro rata
CT.a RSTTH3J.' Ont Cant per wtrO 30 cents per Una per wtci.
1AIL7 CTAIl -
Per Month, anywhere In rnited Statta ........ .4.9 .S
Pen Quarter anywbem tn .Unfted States ... IT.: 3
Per-Tear, axywtera, in Usiu.l eutea. ICS
Per Tear, postpaid, foreign ........... .. ;. 4... ,... 12X)
Per Efx llontta UJ
Per Tear, anywhere la L'sitftd Ctatas. ... ......................... 3
Per Tear ajiywhsre In. Canada- ...... ............, t.C)
Per Tear, pcci;ili; f;u:m .Ji.... ....................... ... 4.C3
I I III '
Officers Vaud' ' their families J and
civilian, passengers thcard tbo tranS-
i port Lcran 'for llcnclu-I-j are' C3 1zV
lowsr.CoL L.' W..Vi:er:.-ioa a::.! ui.'i
; HaJ.,V.xA. Caldwell and wif?; -I?.J.. II
L. Dutts and wife, Crrt. J; V Urr.t r.nl
wife,- Capt- WS-' AVyrzat, w;.v tv. oi
riatpa cr.1 eon Tar,L Mar?.-'! rfc " !-l J
Capt. 'W. "G. ricirci-iucr, Cv.t
: steunerterg; Ca;f"V,VS. ' s.
-wife. C:.:t.' Marti a;
C. B. Criaa. wifa ar..l ten, IsL I. ui
C A-'Mcale,: lst.L!:-.:f T.? C. V.'I:;t
ener and v.'.fe, C-: .-in C. J. Y. C. ctt
and wife, two ec::s, cna daus-tcr..2-i
Lieuf, :A'L. 'Cnecd.'Sad Lieut. IT. c.Jnd.tbere are several in-iir.t s?a-.;-i
Eaird and wife, 2nd Lieut, SLA. Tz?X
: 2nd Lieut' C. . JL r.veritt,1- 2nd Li
Henry: B, -tosf and wife; 2nd Lieut'
h. Eatrotts. 2nd Lieut C. 1- Ti:.' r
i all of4be :th .Infantry. Cert. Chvt
S. Lincoln and .wife," 2nd In;ty.;- Car t
- II.' C. Williams, 1st Infty.; CartJ a
' F. Uand, ; 2nd FA.; Cnpt .- Ecger-. tX
Mason, 1st Tv tl;' Capt F. John
son and wife, son and ,dauhtrr,' 2rJ
Infty. Capt IF. II. Hinhls nr.l
C. A, C; ; 1st Lieut. C V. T: : :r, 2 st
Infty; '1st 1 Jett f F. A. 1 Cc : ';, wife
-and infant, 2nd Infty.; -lsf. Lieut U
. Hr Guthrie, C. A. r.y. ut .Lieut: F. TX
. Applin and wifs, C. AJ C; 1st Lieut
F, M. Andrew?. Cavy A.! D. C; 2j1
Lieut. F.-lX.VLiilry.ilst Infty. : raj
CTerk C. L'. Airtr, U. 3. Navy; Ce-x
B. White, Uydrc-rnphlc Survey Dept
Hawaii; Mrs. liartia Novak, wife cf
I Captain,: 2Sth' Infty.. ' - ' !
I - Vein Clnitrr nn tfio fmntrirt ar r-ri.
ond Lieut Archibald Youn? of th r.a;
. . to
tine corps; F, B. Beens, and enlisted
men. v : ' ';,';r-V;'-!; " : v '-. !
;For"JIanlli there are:- ''. V: x
" MaJ. H. W. Parker, Phil, scouts, Halt
J. M. Petty, Phil, scouts, Capt M. C.
Kerth, 13th Infty, and son, Cnpt C. J.
Holden, T2th Infty; Capt C. C. Curt,
M. Corps, ltt Lieut C, H. Halllday and
wife and two daughters,' 1st Lien t-.C
H. KivJla, Phil, scouts, 1st Lieut UaU
hcw,-PhiL Scouts, and wife; 1st Lieut
Jno. Dixon; IL"S.'MC 1st Lieut' M.
S; Lombard, M. H. C, 1st Lieut F. C.
O Loughlin, Phit ocouts, 2nd Lieut H.
H. Seymour Phlh Scouts, 2nd Lieut
I. J.' NIchoL Phit Scouts, and wife, 2nd
Lieut Iven Jones F. A and wife. 2nd
Lieut Harding Polk, 8th Cavalry,1 2nd
Lieut D. i. Dawley, ; 2nd F. 'A., , 2ni
IJeut Geo.' S. Gay and wife, Miss Arma
CrJder, Ensign A.',T.Lamphler,.U. 3.
avy,- Ensign. RobL Pf Molten, 7r U,
ST Navy. Ensign B. F.l Kingman, U. 8.
Navy, J. Leekie.i Chfj, . Boata'tt TJ." 3.
Navy and two sons,. Si P. Meade,. Cht
Carpntr. ' U.: S., Navy. ; G. SL' Stephens,
Ship Draftsman, U. S.-NF. C?.;Beebee,
Clerk; if. CorpSrA.1 E. Huff, Hrqrs.
Clerk. D. W. HIckey; Hdqre. Clerk, J.
A Hata, Chf. Clerk, Engr. Dept; W Pi
Kelty, Vet'n Q M. Corpa, John Thor
man, 2nd Officer, A. T. 8 Mrs. Jna.
lenner, mother-in-law, - Lt Lahm, ,7th
Cavy Mrai IV F.v Rhodes, wlfev empi:
Navy J Dept and daughter.Capt E.
lindsley, 4th Cavy - wife and two
daughters; Mrs. H. W. Parker, wife of
Major Parker. -; S-iUrJ . ' Ji
j ON THE SHERMAPi : -i
- The passenger. list of the" transport
Sherman Is as follows:
Major Todd, C. 'A. C., wife and two
children.- Major IE. A. Lewis; 6th Iaf '
Major E. V. Bodkmnier, Mb InL, and
wife; Capt E.; iA. SInnyer. 9th Car
wife and two 1 chfldren ; . Capt F. 1
Brown. 9th Inf4 wife and two children;
Capt. W. W. McCammon, Jr, snd wife,
Mrs. Chase, mother of Chaplalr. Chase,
E. F.' Brophy, Chaplain 7th Cat. TV C,
Fain. 1st Lieut P. S and wife. D. H.
Scott, 1st Lieut Sd 4 Inf wife v and
child; I. ! P. Swift, Lient 1 2nd Cav;
wife and child; J. F. MlUcr, 1st Lieut
P. S.; H. J. Castles, 2nd Lieut P. 3
m Vrt A Ann T BFrtl in PAH i M ail
wife and two cnildren; G. W. Hall,
Nurse Corps ; ; Elsie Nef f , Army Nurse
Corps: Mary E. Hunt. Army Nurs9
Corps; M. A. 'Bowers, Clerk, Q. M. CL,
wife and child; Madison Pearson,
Hdqtrs. Clerk; EL P Thompson, Clerk
Engrs. Dept; Alexander Nlcols, 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 Cleric, Q. M. C; Mrs. E. S.
Irving, wife clerk, Q. M. C, and InftJ
Mrs. O.'K. ToP-ey, wlf e Lt lJth InL;
H. E, Bat em an. wife 2nd. Lieut 3rd
F. A.; Mrs'H. R. King, wife Capt" P.
S.; Mrs. IL G. Sharpe. wlfe 1st Lieut
9th, Inf.; Mrs. M. E. Taylor, fonner
Army Nurse Corps, and son; Miss Pru
dence Wyman, niece Capt Coontz, U.
S. N.; Walter Hamilton, former clerk
. XCI) l.'.LAIT" ' V CTHT?
51 tiilzrsa t:.:cc
U. S.'Nv and -wire: Urs. Frar.' Dnice.
wife Cos'n. U. S.' and t? o daush-.
lers and son; O. D, Lon, Lt'Ccl. P.
wife and sen: J. 12. ;T-ar-,
Iner . Bureau Cu sto;r.3, V.'. - i". C 1 r,
cIciX Curtau Caster.:; llrs. J. A.
Naxel, wife Tchr.- Eu. EJueatlcn. son
sad Ir.f3nt; CTli Gr'. ;-,.m C'"r,
Cunau ' Na visit Icn;:::f3. C. II. 1 v
I kinv teacher Da. CJur-ti...:;
Cay k S3. 1 chr. La; E i -::i
Infant, Mrs. G..S. Banks, wife linto
irolopis'v Bu. Ecir.co & i two - cv 'ii
I en; Mrs. F. Favis, ? : rs.. L. V. !ir
fan. Tchr. Bu. E J acat! an i i z" i;t or.
- A114he pa3scr.ers ara cn their-way
through to San Franxiio. -Thirty r'r.
rasser.sers occupy the -secor. i rr.lia
ana citizens puxea up in me- tn:si
for transpcrtaticn home.. v .
? Alicjtther thera ara ZZ pt3:'?r:rs
cn beards cf " which 477 are s:c-r;
The stecrase. Includes ' 1!?1 cr z: ".3,
23 general prJ3or.er3r-97 enlist: 1 n:n.
in the rrarino ccrvanl 113 cf ths
na7ybcsldescivi:ia"3.;v ., ".
Officers and tttir v.;
lies who arrived cn tl.a
morning Include the' Tell . vi: t: C. I.'
W. D. Eeach,!lh Cavalry; ::rt.".V. D.
Beach and mother; LLCoh'J. G. C:!
braith, 4th Cavalry: Major L I!ir " -
man; th" Cavalry: Urs. L. 1! .a
E. B. Gcse, Z
13 Cos 6 &n $ scnOzt. vZ7
Cav.; Capt J. O'Ztzx 4th C-v.; ::
Q'Shea and five ctlldrtn tr.l ;
ess; Capt S.' P. Lyon, s:th 1:
Mrs. S. P; Lycn and two c: :
Capt J. S. Fair, 4th Cavalry; Tl::
S. Fair and three children; Curt
Coleman, 4th Cavalry; Capt
Stayton, ICth Company, C. A. C; llrs.
Norris Stayton and son; Ca;t C. L. .
WUIard, 25th Infantry; - :irs. C. L. '
Willard and two scrs; C.-pt G. A.
Taylor; CSth Company, C A. C; llrs. .
G. A. Taylor; Capt J. E. Pcchcf4th ,
Cavalry; Capt C. Erland, 4th Cavn'.ry;
Mrs. C. ;Eriand and three clillrra;
Capt C. Jones, 73th Ccntpnny, C.A.C.;
Capt G. N. IUshan, 4th Cavilry;
Mrs, G. N. Kimball and child; 1st Lt
Righter,' 4th Cavalry; Lt J. C. .
Stedje. 4th Cavalry; Lt W. B.1 r.rn
tlehausen, 4 th Caval ry ; I'r . V . B . . '
Renzlehausen ; Lt- J. A. I IIin3, 2:th :
Infantr;Lt' W; C. Car::nl!re, 4th
Cavalry;1 Mrs. W. C. Car;nLire and
son; Lt 8. C. 'Meglll; 4th Cavalry; -Mrs.
KcgUl and' two children Lt L.
W. Prunty,'4th Cavalry: Mrs. L. 7.
Pntnty and two children; Lt ' A. L.
Hump, 25th Infantry;- Lt W. a liar
tin. ' 4 th Caval ry ; Mrs. W. S . llartia
and two children; Lt C. TT. Ncal. 1st
Field Artniery; :Lt S.W. Cock, th ;
Cavalry; Mrs. 8. W. Cook and 'dansi
ter; ' Lt C. H,i Bich, 2-th Infantry;
Mrs. C. H. Rich; Lt M. C. lIcDon
ald. Medical Corps;- Lt O. N. Tylsr,
4th Cavalry; Lt A. Milton, 4ih Cav
alry. Lt R. P; Harboid, 25th Infantry; .
Lt E. L. Kelly, 75th Company. a A.
C.;U. -R. L. TIltOB. 5th Cocrpanjr
C A. C. V Lt C. K. ; Lyoas, 4th Car- ,
airy;? Mrs. C. i K. i Lyman ; Lt V. E. .
Clark, S3th Company C. A. C; 2d Lt.
R. M. Cheny; 4th Cavalry; Mxs R. IL
Cheny and daughter; Mis Gilbert; Lt
G. R. - Harrison, -. 25th . Lnfantry; Mrs. ; (
G. i R. Harrison, and daughter: LL' IL
W. Hair, 4th Cavalry Lt: E. O. CuJ
lum, 4th Cavalry; Mrs. "E. GCnllum; '
Lt R. 8. Donaldson, 4th Cavalry t" Mrs.
R. 8, Donaldson and daughter; Lt OY
H. Saunders, 15th'Infantry;:Lt P. J.
Kieffer, 4th Cavalrf ;' Mrs. P. Jt Kief
fer? Miss Brett; LLH.H.;C.iRica- .
ards, 4th Cavalry ; j Lt Ci R; Baxter,
68th Company C A; Ci Lt JL LI F."
Johnson. 4th Cavalry: Mrs. 'A.'L. P. Johnson
; - Lt" A;' C. ' Rndd, 4th Caval-'
ry? Lt R. Jr O'Hara, 10th Company ' '
a A. C; H.-E.'ETII, 75th Com-'
panyC. A; C; Mrs.'H. E. 4 Ellis; Lt -H.
'A. Flint, 4th Cavalry Mrs.' H. A.
Flint; Lt W. Halle. 4th Cavalry; Lt
W. E. Dornian, -4th'CaYaIry; ' Vetn.' A.
L,' Mason;4th Cavalry, mother and sis- -ter;
Geo. ArmltagejC.-'E., wife and; '
Son. ':r -yt
On the Logan, with the Twenty-fifth a .
Infantry are Regimental Sergeant-Ma-
Jor. A. A." Marrow,' Musician B.L.' Glo
ver. Regimental Quattermaster-ser- ;
geant O; J. Kincald, Regimental Quar
t erm ast er-sergeanC D J P.f Green. Chief
Musician, Leslie King; Drum Major A.
Morse, Color-sergeant ;W. JK. Harris,
Color-sergeant William Frederick, Bat- ;
tallon Sergeants William Andrews and
William Washington, and Sergeants
Barbour, . Blaney, .Turner, Bryson, ;
Kemp, Reynolds, Haynes and Glass.