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In April, 1S9S. congress passed an act
which provided for tlie organization of
three regiments of cowboy cavalry, to be
composed of men from tha Rocky moun
tain regions of the United States possess
ing special qualifications as to horseman
ship and marksmanship. They were to
be splendidly mounted, and armed with
the latest Krag-Jorgenson smokeless
carbine. This act was immediately sign
ed by the president, who designated
Captain Leonard Wood, V. S. A.. Judge
Torrey and Melvin Grigsby as colonels
thereof, and ordered them to recruit at
once. To the first named were given
Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and Indian
Territory in which to enlist recruits, to
the third, Montana, the two Dakotas and
Nebraska, and to the second the inter
vening Rocky mountain country.
Col. C. P. Lloyd, a West Point graduate
and a member of the regular army for a
number of years, and also prominent in
the affairs of the Montana National
Guard, was by the president appointed
Lieut.-'Colonel of the Third, and James
H. Monteath, formerly Sergeant-Major
of the First Montana, was appointed
major of the Montana squadron, compos
ed of "F" troop, from Missoula. Capt.
Frank G. Higgins, and Lieutenants Al
fred Cave and Charles H. Hall; "L"
troop from Butte, Capt. D'Gay Stivers,
and Lieutenants George Wedekind and
Frank W. Haskins; "I" trooop from Miles
City, Capt. Joseph T. Brown and Lieut
tenants John McKay and Edwin McEn
terf, and "M" troop from Billings. Capt.
John C. Bond and Lieutenants Herbert V.
Bailey and Robert Leavens.
Each troop was composed of one cap
tain, one first and one second lieuunant,
one first, sergeant, seven sergeants, eight
corporals, one farrier, one blacksmith,
two trumpeters, one saddler, one wag
oner and fifty-nine privates.
The Montana squadron was mustered
into the service during the first days of
May, and proceeded to its rendezvous,
Camp George H. Thomas. Cliickamauga
Park, Georgia. accompanied by 350
horses. Great difficulty was experienced
in obtaining suitable mounts, as the cav
alry requirements were very rigidly en
forced. and a horse had to be of a cer
tain size, weight, color and degree of
soundness. With the aid of Marcus Daly
the Butte troop secured an exceptionally
fine lot of stock.
The hot summer months were passed in
camp at Chiekamauga. in preparation
for war; but in the distribution of troops,
the Third U. S. Volunteer Cavalry, al
though composed of a very fine body of
men and splendidly equipped, was rele
gated to the rear, and more favored regi
ments of poorer equipment were sent to
Cuba and Porto Rico, to match their
Springfield, black powder, short range ri
fles against the smokeless. long ran^e
flat trajectory Mausers of the enemy. But
the deadly miasmatic atmosphere of
Chiekamauga proved as fatal to the boys
from the northwest as wouid have the
Cuban campaign. Every troop j 0 =t from
one to four men. The armv hospitals
were crowded, and some times not more
dmy one ' fourth of a troop were fit for
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As soon as it was definitely decided
that peace must ensue, every effort was
bent towards securing a mustering out of
the regiment. In this movement the
Montana squadron took the lead. Sena
tors Lee Mantle and Thus. H. Carter had
used their best endeavors to secure the
enlistment of the squadron, and. in obed
ience to the expressed wish of the men.
they now strenuously insisted upon the
regiment being disbanded. At length
this was accomplished, and about the
middle of September the regiment passed
out of exist-nce. and tlie men returned to
civil life. The record of the Montana
squadron during its term of service was
very high, in horsemanship, marksman
ship, discipline and drill, it had no better.
The following is the roster of the Mon
tana squadron of the Third U. R. Volun
teer Cavalry:
TROOP F—Missoula.
FRANK G. HIGGINS, Captain.
WM. CAVE. First Lieutenant.
! CHARLES H. HALL. Second ILeut.
DAN. HEYFRON. Jr.. First Sergeant.
S RICH. G U FF V, Q. M. Sergeant.
Sergeants—R^bt. R. Hib. Clyde Hatch,
Duncan McDonnell. Chas. T. Dodge, Wm.
H. Burns. Ben. Searight.
i Ccrporais—F. Owen. Roy L. Francis,
Lewis E. Kennedy, Harry Dorman. Fred
W. Poe. Geo. B. Wilds, Percy Jordan, H.
D. Vence.
I Fatriers— J. D. Campbell, Frank M.
Cronkrite.
Trumpeter—Wm. Ma nn-titan.
Saddler— Jas. E. Naughten.
Wagoner—Jos. G. Kenney.
PRIV
Ackerland. G. S.
Adams. H.
Baker. Edwin
Burton, W. F.
Brandon. G. B.
Benton, E. W.
Birdsiey. G. O.
Barton. Thos.
Baicli, Howard
Crowley, J. P.
Chandler. G. W.
Cormier. Wm.
Calhoun. Wm.
Davis. C. E.
Dickey, I.. L.
Dobbins. Robt.
Fessier, John A.
Femrite. P. J
Glaus. M.
Garnett, H. E.
Garnett, Geo.
Hartley. H.
Haight. Jas.
Hartwiek, F.
Harris. G. N.
Hammond. H
Hughes. Clias.
Hicks, M.
Johnson, C. E.
Johns, E.
H.
A TES.
Koopman. F.
Little. F. A.
Morris. L. C.
Munn, Merton
Morris. Wm.
.Morris. Richard
Murphy. Jas.
Marshall. J. H.
McKinney. D. F.
Newman, D. A.
G'Mara, J. M.
O'Neill, D.
Olqu st. J. S.
Powers. G. L.
Peterson, C. E.
Patterson, E.
Parent, Jos.
Perry, Bert
Slocum, Geo. E.
Sanders. C.
Scott, Clinton C.
Storey, F. A.
Thurman. L. C.
Tracy. J. S.
Vaughan, W. W.
Vaughn. John
Willson, H. B.
Woodward, R.
Wilcox, C. L.
TROOP L- Butte.
D'GAY STIVERS, Captain.
GEORGE WEDEKIND. First Lieut.
FRANK W. HASKINS, Second Lieut.
VM. J. RANKIN Jr., First Sergeant
J- CHAS. SULLIVAN—Q. M. Sergeant.
Sergeants—Wilbur L. Boyce. John P.
Mitchell, Ralph G. Richards, James C.
Collins, Edward J. Dierks, Edward S. Mc
Rcbert.
Corpoials—Harry C. Bryant. Thomas J.
Walker. Paul A. Hudtioff, Richard H.
Post, John Wraith, Robert Ellis, Jr.,
Thos. Judson Brown, John C. Gillespie.
Farrier—Andrew F. Gray.
Blacksmith—Jno. Cameron.
Tt umpeters—John M. Tobin, Carl
Goertz.
Wagoner—Clias. F. Dooley.
Saddler—John A. Osborne.
PRIV
Amsden. Hiram. Jr.
Alley, Edgar N.
Allen, Joseph
Anshutz, Harry P.
Belliveau, Wilfred
Baker, Robt. W.
Cailan, Peter
Carleton. Robt.
Caylor. Edgar J.
Chennette. John
Christianson. E.
Connors, Chas. S.
Cunningham, A. C.
Darlington. R. B.
Dempsey, John
Des.latden. L. M.
Deloughery, P. F.
Diamond. M. K.
Evans, Chas. D.
Ferguson, F. J.
Gillespie, Wm. S.
Gillette, Wm. F.
Haldeman. D. J.
Fisher, Joseph
Hanson, L. F.
Harley. Dan. I..
Hill, Jackson J.
Hunt, Thomas
Johnson, Wm. F.
Karn. Jesse E.
ATES.
.Kerr, Clint H.
Kennedy, E. J.
Kobloth, A.
Lane, James
Langley, C. S.
Lewis. Geo. V.
Lloyd. John R.
Matthews. Thos.
Matheson. Wm. B.
Martin. Fred
McDougall. A. D.
Newman. Chas. A.
O'Malley, E. V.
Pearson. N. W.
Philbrick. Henry
Price, Vincent.
Ragan, Mack W.
Reynolds. H. M.
Roach. Joseph
Shay. Edward
Sweet. Wm. S.
Simpson. Robt. W,
Taylor, Cass W.
Turnbull, Sam'l
Van Gordon, H.
Walker. A. C.
Wright, Wm. I.
Wycoff, Jas. R.
Weeks, Wm. J.
TROOP M— Billirgrs.
JOHN C. BOND, Captain.
HERBERT V. BAILEY*. First Lieut.
ROBERT LEAVENS, Second Lieut.
WM. M. MORSE, First Sergeant.
JNO. B. HERFORD— Q. M. Sergeant.
Sergeants—Elmer B. Carter. William
H. McCormick, Stanley Guy. James H.
Johnston, Abraham B. Newman, John E.
Hughes.
Corporals—John W. Selvidge, Otto YA*.
Eastman, Edwin J. Ranger. George Car
penti-r. Lot rin B. Clark, William B. Cal
houn. Levi H. Stoddard, William C. King.
Trumpeters—Jas. Brown, Herbert E.
Sammons.
Farrier—A. J. Scheilbelhut.
Blacksmith— C. N. Whipple.
Saddler— S. W. Johnson.
Wagoner—Fred E. Hortop.
PRIVATES.
Belaz, Charles
Bradley, George
Brooks, Chas. D.
Carper, Leo.
Caswell. Frank
Collins, Richard
Costello, Edward
Daniels, John .
Darruw, Geo. L.
Davis, Guy H.
Davis, Leroy E.
Dodd, Guy M.
Edwards, Geo. D.
Egan, Pat. J.
Gilmore, Harry
Gilroy. Robert
Griffen. Archibald
Gunn, John M.
Hall, John AV.
Hamilton, James
Hausen, John C.
Homer, Bert
Lumsden, Andrew
Lyons, Edward
Meyers, Fred G.
Meyer, Moses M.
Moore, James
Magoon, Wm. G.
Mill, Frank
Morehouse, Bert
Morgan, M. H.
Morse, Frank A.
Mount, Jas. E.
MeCaddcn, Ed. C.
McCormick, AA*. J.
McGarry. John
O'Brien, Pat.
Rea, Thos. J.
Richards, James
Schiller, Aug.
Schule, Julius
Smith, John A.
Smith, Lynd
Sorensen, Chri
Hart. Arthur J.
Hedges. AA'alt r
Hochs ta tier, P.
Holmiund, Oscar
Mortop, Al. S.
Johnson, Geo. F.
Julian, John AA*.
Loekard, Chas. H.
Steinbrueek. A. J.
Thompson, M.
Todd, George
AVi'.liamson, W. W.
Yoekey, A. L.
AA'riglit, John R.
Ziminski, Joe
TROOP I-Miles City.
JOSEPH T. BROWN. Captain.
JOHN M'KAY, First Lieut.
EDWARD M ENTERF, Second Lieut.
FRED H. OTTO, First Sergeant.
THOMAS A. MAPES, Q. M. Sergeant.
Sergeants—Thomas Butler, Florian
Ford. Judd P. Hedges, Julius Schandel,
Wirt H. Newcomb, Isaac Fraser.
Corporals—Frederic S. Shaw, William
C. Henderson, Chauncey Nicholson, Wal
ter L. Bonney, Alvin M. Young, Con El
liot. Frank Dunnigan, Harry G. Wright.
Farrier—Howard T. Hann.
Blacksmith—Harry L. Seiders.
Trumpeter—Geo. F. Clark.
Saddler—AA'ilson Owen.
PRIA r ATES.
Anderson, A. AA*.
Aston, Thomas
Beeman, . H.
Rarloge. H. H.
Boyle, D. J.
Brown, R. P.
Bruce, H. S.
Billiard, J. \A r .
CantHu, Melvin
Cantiin, Thos. H.
Connor, Tom
James, Bert
Jinks, Edward
Keenan, A. AV.
Kennedy. G. A.
Larson. R. L.
McDonald, AV. II.
McElhany, J.
McRcbie, C.
McSweyn, F.
Miller, G us.
Morrison, Lige
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Helena, Mont., Oct 2,
1899.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his
Intention to make final proof in Bupport
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the clerk of court at Butte,
Mont., on No. 7, 1899, viz.: James Reece,
for Home Entry No. 6,056, for the WA4
NAVV* and WM> SW% Sec. 23, Tp. 2 S..
R. 9 West.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viz.: James
Speelman, W. L. Robbins, Andrew Free
born .Edwin Hardisty, Melrose, Mont.
GEORGE D. GREENE.
Register.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Anna E. Irvine, decrased.
Notice is hereby given by the under-
signed .adm'.rfstrator of the estate of
Anna E. Irvine, deceased, to the credi
tors of and all persons having claims,
again the said deceased, to exhibit them,
with the necessary vouchers within four
months after the first publication of this
notice, to the said administrator at tha
office o' Roy S. Alley, rooms 5, 6 and 7,
In the county court house of Silver Bow
county, Montana, the same being the
place for the transaction of the business
of said estate, in the county of Sliver
Bow., state of Montana.
SHELBY IRVINE,
Administrator cf the Estate of Anna EL
Irvine, Deceased.
Dated Butte, Mont., this fifth day of
October, 1899.
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