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Daily inter mountain. [volume] (Butte, Mont.) 1881-1901, October 23, 1899, Image 16

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THE ROLL OF HONOR
KILLED IN BATTLE.
TILLEY, GEORGE H., Signal Service Corps.
SCALLON, THOMAS, Private, Co. K, Anaconda.
MURPHY, CHARLES, Private, Co. M, Anaconda.
ANDERSON, THOS., Sergt., Co. B.
CALLAHAN, JAS., Private, Co. K.
MIETSCHKE, WILLIAM, Private, Co. M, Anaconda.
STEVENS, STEVE, Private, Co. G, Butte.
BECKMANN, J. A. J., Artificer, Co. F, Butte.
LOCKHART, PERCY R., Co. F, Butte.
BEECHER, HENRY C., Private, Co., A, Great Falls.
FRENCH, EUGENE S., Second Lieutenant, Co. L,
Helena.
ROLLINS, OLIVER H., Corporal, Co. L, Helena.
DIED OF WOUNDS.
KENNEDY, JAMES, Private, Co. K, Anaconda.
MARSHALL, WM. G., Private, Co. D.
BROWN, ROBERT, Private Co. G, Butte.
WHEATON, FRED. J., Private, Co H, Kalispell.
HALL, FREDERICK S., Regimental Band, Co I,
Lewistown.
BRIGGS, CLARENCE G., Regimental Band, Co. A,
MEYERSICK, W. R., Private, Co. I, Lewistown.
CAMPBELL, J. J., Corporal, Co. M, Anaconda.
SORENSON, JOHN L., Private, Co. L, Helena.
MOORE, EDWARD S., Private, Co. G, Butte.
SILVER, DAVID, Private, Co. M, Anaconda
DIED OF DISEASE.
DRENNAN, MAJOR JAMFS W., at Manila, June 23.
KAISER, CHARLES, Private, Co. K, April 3d.
LENNINGTON, ROBT., at San Francisco, July 6,
1898, Co. K.
ADAMS, JOHN C., at Cavite, Sept. 2, 1898, Co. A.
O'LEARY, WM. C., at Cavite, Sept. 5, 1898, Co. I.
CAMPS, FRANK, at San Francisco, July 17, 1898,
Co. C.
M'ELUOTT, DANIEL, at Cavite, Oct. 22,1898, Co. C.
M'LEAN, WALTER, at Cavite, Oct. 28, 1898, Co. L.
SAYLER, CAREY A., at Cavite, Sept. 5, 1898, Co. A.
ARCHIBALD, HARRY, at Manila, Jan. 6,1899, Co. M.
STANLEY, WM. F., at Manila, Feb. 26, 1899, Co. F.
MARX, JOSEPH, Priva'e, at Manila, Feb. 26, 1899,
Co. C.
WILLIAMS, DAVID L., Musician, at Manila, May 31.
1899, Co. F.
SAXTON, JOHN A., Private, at Manila, July 3, 1899,
Co. M.
CORRIGAN, MICHAEL, at Manila, July 15, 1899
Private, Co. K.
DROWNED.
KENNEDY, JAMES, April 4, 1899, Private, Co. K.
WOUNDED.
WALLACE, R. B. Lieut Colonel.
MILLER, John R., Major.
ADAMS, F. J.. Major, burgeon.
Company A, Great Falls.
CASH MO RE, Alfred, band, private.
TOLBERT. W. H„ corporal, wrist.
ATHEY, H. R., private, thigh, severe.
BOARDMAN, G. W., corporal.
PLOTTNER, Alvin F. private.
DIBBLE, Seth H., musician.
ANSPACH, Francis, private.
BULLARD, John C., private.
CHARETTE, Adolph, private.
NELSON, Otto, private.
SHANNON, John W„ private.
BEECHER, Henry C„ private.
BRUNEAU, David A., corporal.
Company B, Butte.
TIERNEY, James, private.
MORRISSEY, Edward, private.
METCALF, Everett, L„ sergeant.
BRINTON, Charles, private.
SLACK, Henry, private.
1>AVIS, Andrew, private.
HYMAN, Martin, private.
ANDERSON, Titos. C., sergeant.
WOUNDED.
Company C, Helena and Bozeman.
SMITH, Fred W., private.
MOLCAN, Gottlieb, private.
SCHULTE, Theodore, private
VOLKEY, Theo., private, neck, severe.
DUNN, John F., private.
HICKS, Albert S., private.
HURD, Glen, private.
MORRIS, Warren, private.
Company D, Virginia City.
DENNIS, James W. C„ sergeant.
MARSHALL, W. G., private, head
RICKARD, Thomas, private.
LOWMAN, George W„ sergeant.
BOX, James M., private.
REYNOLDS, E. L., private.
KRAMER, Wm„ private.
CLEM, Abraham L., private
Company E, Dillon.
CROWELL, G. W., musician.
JENSEN, Andrew, captain.
PETERSON, Axel, private.
LENOX, James, musician.
CAVANAUGH, John, private.
ENRIGHT, Janies, private.
BANKS, G. T., corporal.
M'QUARY, John H., musician,
ROBB, Charles N., private.
Company F, Butte
HALL, Marlin, private.
TATE, Frank E., private.
CLAY, Adolph, corporal
BOHKOFSKI, William, private.
BOWEN. E. B., private, eye, siight.
HILL, William F.. captain.
GARDENH1RE, Win. C., 2d lieutenant.
CHAXEL. Frederick, private.
CRAVERE, James P., private.
TAYLOR, James C„ cook.
FRANTZEN, Joseph, private.
Company G, Butte.
YOUNG, Charles E., private.
YOST, W. H., private, hip, severe.
WILLIAMS, Gomer, private.
AXTELL, Hayes, private.
MEYER, J. P., private.
M'CAKTHY, William H., private.
BOR.THWICK, Wm. J., artificer.
BABCOCK, Delos D., private.
KENNEDY, W., private.
MANCHESTER, T. E„ private.
PETERSON, Karl J., private.
RAYMOND, Geo. B., private.
Moore, Ed. S.. private.
BROWN, Robert, private.
M'LAUGHLIN. John T„ private.
BOAST, W. J. private.
Company H, Kalispell
MYERS, Charles F„ private.
SMITH, Alfred F., private."
S'MiTH, Soren H.. corporal, arm.
W HEATo.N, Fred, private, back, severe,
PALLAT, Louis, private.
GIBSON. F. A., private, leg, severe.
ROWLAND, Geo. \\\. private..
RUNNELS, Chas.. private.
Company I, Lewiston.
WEAVER, Ed. M„ private.
HARVEY, Edward B., private.
LoRENZ. Joseph, corporal.
ADDISON, Seymour, private.
LYNN, E. J., corporal.
BONHAM, W. A., private.
BULLARD Percy ('., private.
SKINNER, E. L., corporal.
Company K, Anaconda.
DILLON, Thomas H., captain.
BELKNAP, Bruce F., private.
MURPIiY, Robert, private.
JETTE, J. E., musician.
TANNER, Howard L., private.
KELLY, Myles, second lieutenant.
TIERNEY". J. F„ private.
GREF.NON, Philip, first lieutenant.
KIRLEY", John, private.
MA1.LORY, Thomas, private.
KEENAN, Lawrence, private.
M'BRIDE, Patrick, first sergeant.
Company L, Helena.
DUNN. Thomas P. private.
STEADMAN, William A., artificer
Company M, Anaconda.
O'LEARY. James, sergeant.
CHEASTY, William J., private.
LANDREMAN, Frank, private.
ROBINSON, John E., private.
MURPHY, Chas., private.
RECORD OF FIRST AIOXTAXA.
Strength at muster in.........................1,038
Killed in battle............................. 12
] tied of wounds.............................. 11
Died of disease............................. 15
Drowned ................................... 1
Wounded in battle........................... ins
Of the Yvounded Company 0 of Butte fared the worst, 10
men receiving wounds in action. Company A was next wirb 13
and Company K with 12. Company F bad 11 men wounded,
Company F, 0, and Companies R, C, ]) and I eight each. Com
pany Ar escaped with 5 wounded. Company J. was the most for
tunate having only two wounded.
The losses of each c< >pany were as follows:
Com pa nj K............... 7
Company AI ................................... p»
Company F ....................................4
Company L...................................4
Company A...................................4
Conmanv G ...................................3
t. ompany
Company C
Company I .
Company B.
Company D
Company II
3
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LIEUT. E JGENE S. FRENCH, O. L, Helena.
Lieut. French was killed on Feb. 23, 1899 under circumstances which show
the treacherous nature of the Filipino. The natives were endeavoring to eut off
communciation between Manila and Malabon and Co. L attempted to ef
fect their dislodgment. A party of natives raised a white flag to invoke mercy
and while French was assuring the Insurgents of their safety one of them seized
a rifle and inflicted a wound from which he instantly died. Lieut. French was
about 33 years of age and a native of Hena where he had several prominent
positions and where he leaves a wife and and child. He was buried with military
honors at Helena. April 1C, 1899. His funeral was the largest ever seen in the
state, the Elks. G. A It., I. O. O. F., K. of P., Woodmen of the World and state,
county and city officials, accompanied by Co. D., 24th infantry and battery A.,
of the M. N, G.. and thousands of friends turning out to do honor to the memory
of a gallant soldier.
CHEERS FOR OUR HEROES.
Let a mighty hurst of cheers
Greet our gallant volunteers,
Home returning from the fray
On ttiis glad and glorious day!
Give them welcome back again
From across the surging main;
Bronzed and battle-scarred they come
Back from war to peace and home.
To the breeze your banners fling!
Hail our heroes, shout and sing!
Thunder forth your glad hurrahs,
Let the cannon boom applause!
Cheers for these returning home;
Tears for those who ne'er will come: —
With our country's (lag o'erhead,
Cheer the living, bless the dead.
JNO. W. EDDY.
Helena, Mont.
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LIEUT. COL. BYRON H. COOK.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
M. A. Lyons, plaintiff, vs. H. D. Fagan,
' and George Willis, defendants,
i To be sold at sheriff's sale, on the 4th
j day of November .L D. 1899, at two
! o'clock p. m„ at the front door of the
court house in the city of Butte, county
of Silver Bow, state of Montana, the fol
lowing described real property, to-wit:
Lot number eighteen (18) in biocH
thirty (30) of the Clark addition to the
city of Butte, county of Silver Bow, state
of Montana, according to the official plat
and survey thereof now on file in the
office of the county clerk and recorder of
Silver Bow county, Montana: together
with all tenements, hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise appertaining.
PATRICK H. REGAN.
Sheriff of Silver Bow County. Montana,
By J. M. REYNOLDS,
Deputy Sheriff.
Dated Oct. 13th, A. D. 1S99.

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