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GOVERNOR DANIEL W. JONES.



REPORT



OF THE



ADJUTANT GENERAL



OF THE



ARKANSAS STATE GUARD



1897-1900



INCLUDING THE PERIOD OF THE
SPANISH. AMERICAN WAR



By BRIG. GEN.

Acting Adjutant Ge



DECEMBER




THOMPSON LITHOGRAPH AND PRINTING Co.
LITTLE ROCK






EXCHANGE





BRIGADIER GENERAL ARTHUR NEILL,
Private Secretary to Governor and Acting Adjutant General.



HEADQUARTERS ARKANSAS STATE GUARD,,

LITTLE ROCK, ARK., December 1, 1900.

To Hon. Daniel TT 7 . Jones, Governor and Commander- in-
Chicf of the Military Forces of Arkansas:

I liave the honor to submit to you the following as my
report as Acting Adjutant General of the Arkansas State
Guard and Reserve Militia, for the period of your admin-
istration, including a complete Roster of the Arkansas
troops in the United States service in the Spanish-Ameri-
can war, and a brief resume of their service.

ARTHUR NEILL,
Brig. Gen., A. S. G., and Acting Adjt. Gen.



At the beginning of your administration in January,
1897, the State Guard was very much disorganized and
almost wholly ineffective, there having been but little ac-
tivity therein since 1894 and 1895. It was then composed
of two regiments of infantry, one battery of artillery, one
troop of cavalry and one signal corps. A reorganization
was immediately begun, and two new regiments (3d and
4th) of infantry, another troop of cavalry, and another
battery of artillery organized. Maj. Gen. R. G. Shaver
was commissioned and placed in command, and divided
the State in two military districts, the Arkansas River
being the dividing line. Brig. Gen. C. R. Shaer was com-
missioned and placed in immediate command of the south-
ern district, where the 1st and 2d Infantry and the two
batteries of artillery and signal corps were stationed;
Maj. Gen. V. Y. Cook was commissioned and placed in im-
mediate command of the Northern District, where the 2d
and 4th Infantry and the squadron of cavalry were sta-
tioned.

There being no appropriation by the State for militia
purposes, these organizations were equipped as far as pos-
sible with the antiquated equipment then on hand, and the
annual allotments from the United States Government. A
roster of these organizations and their commanders and
headquarters is appended elsewhere.

This was the condition of the militia at the outbreak
of the Spanish war.



6 REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF ARKANSAS.

National Guard Association.



A call was issued by Adjt. Gen. Bell, of Missouri, for
a meeting of the militia organizations of the Mississippi
Valley States in December, 1897, which was attended by
the following delegates from Arkansas:

Arthur Neill, Acting Adjutant General; Maj. Gen. R.
G. Shaver, Maj. Gen. V. Y. Cook, Brig. Gen. C. R.. Shaer
and Surg. Gen. J. M. Keller. A permanent organization of
seventeen States, known as the Inter- State Association of
the National Guard, Avas the result, and meetings have
been held each year since, and the organization has been
productive of great good to the militia of the country.

Frequent encampments of small bodies of troops have
been had at veterans' reunions, and other occasions, but no
general encampments, there being no means available to
provide for same. There has been no occasion for calling
out troops for service within the State at any time.

Spanish-American War.

The declaration of war was anticipated throughout
the State and the Governor was besieged with offers of ser-
vice both by organizations and individuals. On April 25,
1898, the call of the President for two regiments of infan-
try of 1000 men each was received.

Xo two regiments of the State Guard were well
enough organized and equipped to be mustered in intact.
and it was the desire of the Governor to have all sections
of the State represented as far as possible. He therefore
preceded to make up two new regiments from selected com-
panies from the State Guard, and from the different sec-
tions of the State. A brief history of each company is ap-



REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF ARKANSAS. 7

peiided elsewhere. The commander of each company se-
lected was ordered to immediately recruit his company to
100 or more men and be in readiness to move to Little
Rock, with all available arms and camp equipage.
The camp was located by the following order :

HEADQUARTERS ARKANSAS STATE GUARD,,

LITTLE ROCK, ARK., May 2, 1898.
General Order No. 2.

Little Rock, Arkansas, having been designated as the
place of rendezvous by the Secretary of War of the two
regiments of infantry called from Arkansas to enlist as
United States volunteers, the place of camp is hereby fixed
at corner of College Avenue and Seventeenth Street, in
said city, and designated as "Camp Dodge," as a tribute
of respect to the late Dr. Roderick Dodge, a long and hon-
ored resident of the State, to whose estate the site of the
camp belongs, and whose heirs have courteously donated
the use of the same for this purpose.

By order of DANIEL W. JONES,

Governor of Arkansas and Commander-in-Chief of the

Forces Thereof.

The troops were kept in camp at the various company
rendezvous until necessary tentage and camp equipage
could be provided for them at Camp Dodge.

Funds.

There was no appropriation available for use by the
Governor for this or any other purpose in connection with
the mobilization of these troops, nor had he any authority
to pledge the credit of the State for funds for such pur-
pose. Offers of loans were made by various citizens and



8 KEPOKT OF THE ADJUTANT GENEKAL OF AKKANSAS.

corporations, and, after a conference with the Arkansas
Bankers' Association, loans to the amount of $7350 were
accepted, the Governor agreeing to recommend an appro-
priation by the Legislature at its next meeting to cover the
same. The banks of the Association advanced amounts in
proportion to their capital stocks. This amount was ex-
pended, and about $2500 additional in bills incurred,
making $10,000 in all, in sustaining, clothing and trans-
porting troops up to the time of muster-in. The next
General Assembly, which convened in January, 1899,
promptly made an appropriation to refund these loans,
which was done, and the United States Government later
repaid to the State nearly the whole of the amount. A list
of those making loans is appended elsewhere.

Medical Examination.

The following request by the War Department was
made on the Governor on April 27th :

WASHINGTON, D. C., April 27, 1898.
The Governor, Arkansas, Little Rock, Ark.

Mustering regulations of the W T ar Department pro-
vide that medical officers before being mustered into ser-
vice of the United States will be required to pass satisfac-
tory examination as to character and professional ability
before a Board of Army or Civilian Surgeons, or both, des-
ignated by the Surgeon- General. An army surgeon has
been designated to conduct physical examination for vol-
unteers at each State rendezvous. The Secretary of War

requests that you appoint two civilian physicians to con-

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stitute ? with the army surgeon, a board for carrying out

the above provisions.

H. C. CORBIN, Adjutant General.



REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF ARKANSAS. 9

Major Harry O. Perley, IT. S. A., then in command of
the United States Army and Navy Hospital at Hot
Springs, Ark., was designated as the Army Surgeon, and
the Governor designated his Surgeon-General, J. M. Kel-
ler, of Hot Springs, and Dr. G. M. D. Cantrell, of Little
Rock, as the civilian members of the Examining Board.
This board thereupon held an examination of applicants
for positions as medical officers, and recommended to the
Governor the appointments of medical officers made in
the two regiments.

Mobilization.

Capt. Percy E. Trippe, 10th Cav., U. S. A., then on
detached duty as militarjr instructor at the Ouachita Bap-
tist College at Arkadelphia, was detailed as mustering
officer, and 1st Lt. Joseph Frazer, 8th Inf., U. S. A., as
Quartermaster and Commissary, and reported to the Gov-
ernor.

On May, the concentration of troops was begun by
ordering the Little Rock companies to Camp Dodge, and
from then on companies to compose the other two regi-
ments arrived daily, and were mustered in as rapidly as
the medical examinations could be concluded. The muster-
in of the 1st Regiment was completed on May 20, and of
the 2d Regiment on May 25.

A complete roster of both regiments, compiled in this
office from the official inuster-in and muster-out rolls, is
appended elsewhere ; also a brief history of each company,
and of the service of the two regiments. Upon the second
call of the President the State was entitled to have 1200
more men in service, and the offers of service were ample
to provide them. The War Department, however, ordered



10 REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF ARKANSAS.

both regiments to be recruited up to the maximum of 132G
men each, and made no provision for service for the re-
mainder of the quota to which the State was entitled.

Signal Corps.

The Signal Corps of the State Guard, stationed at
Little Rock, volunteered for service, but were not accepted
as an organization, but two officers were appointed there-
from, whose names and service appear in a list of presi-
dential appointees appended elsewhere. A number of
other appointees in the different Staff Departments are
shown in that list.

There has been little activity in the State Guard since
the muster-in of the troops into United States service, and
the organization remains as before with the exception of
the addition of the Desha Rifles, an independent company
organized and equipped in Desha County in August, 1899,
in anticipation of a threatened race trouble in that section
at that time, but there has been no occasion for active
service by it.

A reorganization is desirable* and it was the intention
of the Coinmander-m-Chief to effect this during the sum-
mer of this year, and to provide for but two regiments of
infantry, and attach thereto the artillery and cavalry.
Other pressing public duties claimed his attention, and the
Acting Adjutant General being also Private Secretary to
the Governor, and no provision being made for assistance
or clerk hire, it was thought best not to attempt the reor-
ganization, but to leave the annual allotment by the Gov-
ernment to accumulate to some future time, when it may
become possible to reorganize and properly equip the
Guard.




COL. J. M. KELLER,
Surgeon General Arkansas State Guard.



REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF ARKANSAS. 11

The General Assembly of 1899 also made an appro-
priation of $1200 to provide for tlie publication of thi^
report, to repair the State Armory and preserve the mili-
tary property. Nearly the whole of this amount has been
expended for such purposes, and the armory is in good
state of repair, but most of the military property is in the
hands of the different organizations or stored at points in
the State, where it can be made available for encampments
of militia and veterans' reunions.

The relations between the military department of the
State and the officers of the IT. S. Army who have been in
command and stationed at Fort Logan H. Roots, have at
all times been cordial, and the department acknowledges
assistance and many courtesies from them from time to
time, especially in the organization of the volunteer regi-
ments. They have also, when requested, made details of
non-commissioned officers to drill newly organized compa-
nies of militia.



ROSTER OF STATE GUARD.



GOVERNOR AND STAFF.

Governor and Commander-in- Chief, Daniel W. Jones.
Private Secretary and Acting Adjutant General, Brig.
Gen. Arthur Neill.

Assistant Adjutant General, Capt. A. K. Collins. Lit-
tle Rock.

Assistant Adjutant General, 1st Lt. Kenneth H. Han-
ger, Little Rock.

Inspector General, Brig. Gen. Allan Kennedv, Fort
Smith.

Judge Advocate General, Brig. Gen. S. R. Simpson,
Paragon Id.

Quartermaster General, Brig. Gen. John G. Fletcher,
Little Rock.

Commissary General, Brig. Gen. John F. Green,
Batesville.

Surgeon General, Col. J. M. Keller, Hot Springs.
Paymaster General, Col. E. C. Waterman, Newport.
Chief Signal Officer, Col. P. J. O'Brien, Little Rock.

Honorary Colonel and Special Aide, Miss Emma
Whittington, Hot Springs.

SPECIAL AIDES WITH RANK OF LIEUTENANT COLONEL.

W. M. Richardson, Fort Smith.
W. S. Pollard, Fayetteville.
J. C. Jones, Washington.
John N. Wheeler, Warren.
J. H. Gill, Fort Smith.
Charles Richardson, Fayetteville.
Robert Brown, Van Buren.
Henry Wood, Van Buren.

Maj. Gen. R. G. Shaver, in active command of State
Guard and Reserve Militia.

STAFF.

Assistant Adjutant General, Col. A. B. Grace, Pine
Bluff.

Chief of Ordnance, Col. W. S. Rawlings, Little Rock.



REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF ARKANSAS. 13

Quartermaster General, Col. Thomas W. Newton,
Little Eock.

Chief of Cavalry, Col. A. S. Cabell, Van Buren.
Chief Commissary, Col. J. M. Phelps, Walnut Ridge.
Chief Signal Officer, Col. Junius Jordan, Little Eock.
Chief of Artillery, Col. J. C. Barlow, Helena.

Judge Advocate General, Col. X. J. Pindall, Arkansas
City.

Chaplain General, Eev. John Gass, Little Eock.

Assistant Adjutant General, Lt. Col. E. J. Polk, Little
Eock.

Chief of Engineers, Lt. Col. F. O. Cook, Little Eock.
Assistant Inspector General, Lt. Col. S. H. Nowlin,
Little Eock.

Aide-de-Camp, Maj. C. F. Martin, Little Eock.
Aide-de-Camp, Maj. J. B. Driver, Osceola.
Aide-de-Camp, Maj. S. A. Hail, Batesville.

Brig. Gen. George P. Tay'.or and staff relieved of duty
upon assignment of Maj. Gen. V. Y. Cook to command of
Northern District, being territory north of Arkansas
Eiver.

NORTHERN DIVISION.

Maj. Gen. V. Y. Cook, commanding.
Staff-
Assistant Adjutant General, Lt. Col. J. F. Caldwell,

Newport.

Assistant Inspector General, Lt. Col. A. W. Jones,

Augusta.

Assistant Quartermaster General, Lt. Col. A. H. Job-
lin, Batesville.

Assistant Judge Advocate General, Lt. Col. S. E.
Chew, Van Buren.

Assistant Surgeon General, Lt. Col. L. E. Willis,
Newport.

Assistant Chief Commissary, Lt. Col. J. C. Haw-
thorne, Jonesboro.

Assistant Chief of Artillery, Lt. Col. J. S. Hornor,
Helena.

Assistant Chief of Engineers, Lt. Col. Eobert DeLoss,
Little Eock.

Assistant Chief of Ordnance, Lt. Col. F. W. Tucker,
Clover Bend.



14 REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF ARKANSAS.

Assistant Paymaster General, Lt. Col. H. F. North-
eutt, Salem.

Assistant Chaplain General, Lt. Col. S. H. Babcock,
Batesyille.

Assistant Chief Rifle Practice, Maj. Ed. S. Carl Lee,
Augusta.

Assistant Chief Signal Officer, Maj. L. P. Berry,
Marion.

Aide-de-Camp, Maj. George A. Mansfield, Ozark.
Aide-de-Camp, Maj. H. A. Parker, Clarendon.
Aide-de-Camp, Maj. Joe P. Eagle, Lonoke.

SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY.

Colonel, J. B. Dent, Augusta.

Adjutant, II. H. Davis, Newport.

Co. A, Capt. S. L. Jeffers, Van Buren.

Co. C, Capt. B. T. Bullion, Conway.

Co. D, Capt. P. W. Mooss, Paragould.

Co. E, Capt. J. J. Cox, Marion.

Co. F, Capt. M. M. Stuckey, Newport.

Co. G, J. C. South, Mountain Home.

Co. H, Capt. J. E. Nichols, Clarksville.

Co. I, Capt. M. D. Moody, Judsonia.

Co. L, Capt. R. W. Reynolds, Lake Village.

FOURTH REGIMENT, INFANTRY.

Colonel, J. M. Phelps (deceased), Walnut Ridge.
Lieutenant Colonel (commanding), J. P. Fancher,
Berry ville.

Major,' J. W. Case, Batesville.
Adjutant, John S. Gibson, Hoxie.
Quartermaster, J. B. Finley, Walnut Ridge.
Commissary, Clarence Davenport, Alicia.
Chaplain, H. L. Bugg, Walnut Ridge.
Sergeant Major, H. A. Culver, Sedgwick.
Co. A, Capt. R. H. Reed, Batesville.
Co. B, Capt. C. P. Sanders, "Helena.
Co. C, Capt. J. R. Newman, Harrison.
Co. D, Capt. G. W. Granberry, Cabot.
Co. F, Capt. J. H. Yuckley, Stuttgart.



REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF ARKANSAS. 15

Co. G, Capt. W. J. Moss, Gillett.
Co. H, Capt. Mark Maxwell, UeWitt.
Co. I, Capt. J. L. Long, Springdale.
Co. K, Capt. Collier, Berryville.

CAVALRY,, FIRST SQUADRON.

Maj. M. C. House, commanding, Panola.

TROOP A.

First Lt. J. D. Adams (commanding), Panola.

TROOP B.

Capt. S. W. Murtishaw (commanding), Jacksonville.

SOUTHERN DISTRICT.

Brig. Gen. C. II. Sliaer, commanding.
Staff-
Assistant Adjutant General, Maj. Fred Bragg, Little
Rock.

Assistant Commissary General, Maj. M. G. Hall,
Little Rock.

Assistant Quartermaster General, Maj. W. H. Schaer,
Little Rock.

Assistant Surgeon General, Maj. W. E. Bailey, Little
Rock.

Assistant Inspector Rifle Practice, Capt. G. G. Hark-
ness, Little Rock.

FIRST REGIMENT OF INFANTRY.

Colonel, F. B. T. Hollenberg, Little Rock.
Lieutenant Colonel, J. M. Dungan, Little Rock.
Major, Claude H. Sayle, Little Rock.
Major and Surgeon, W. F. Saner, Hope.
Captain and. Chaplain, C. H. Lockwood, Helena.
Adjutant, Durand \Vhipple, Little Rock.
Quartermaster, Lee Giles, Prescott.
Co. B, Capt. James Wood, Jacksonville.
Co. C, Capt. C. M. Wing, Little Rock.
Co. D, Capt. R. M. Pearson, Little Rock.
Co. E, Capt. Grant White, Hope.
Co. H, Capt. Edward Lucas, Star City.
Co. L, Capt. R. W. Reynolds, Lake Village.



16 KEPOET OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF ABKANSAS.
THIRD REGIMENT OF INFANTRY.

Colonel, J. F. Smith, Nashville.

Lieutenant Colonel, A. C. Sehnert, Fort Smith.

Major, Hugh Westbrook, Pine Bluff.

Major and Surgeon, H. C. Dunnavant, Little Rock.

Assistant Surgeon, Capt. M. L. Norwood, Lockesburg.

Co. A, Capt. W. E. Wooten, Hot Springs.

*Co. B, Capt. D. P. Terry, Nashville.

*Co. C., Capt. E. A. Gilliam, Lockesburg.

Co. D, Capt. C. F. Armistead, Fort Smith.

Co. E, Capt. E. K. Braley.

Co. F, Capt. J. W. Coffnian, Benton.

Co. G, Capt. Leo Krause, DeQueen.

Co. H, Capt. Wiley Wright, Prescott.

Co. I, Capt. Henry Stroup, Paris.

*Disbsrnded May 1, 1898.

ARTILLERY.

Light Battery A, Lt. A. G. Crawford (commanding),
Little Eock.

Light Battery B, Capt. C. E. Byers (commanding),
Fort Smith.

SIGNAL CORPS.

Capt. J.F.Loughborough (commanding), Little Eock.
First Lieutenant, C. P. Perrie.

Graduate Cadets of University of Arkansas given
brevet commissions in Arkansas State Guard :

1898.

Maj. George Nicholls, 1st Battalion.

Maj. M. L. Bell, 2d Battalion.

Capt. A. V. Smith.

Capt. George H. Askew.

Capt. C. G. Price.

Capt. W. A. Eoss.

Capt. E. L. Spencer.

First Lt. E. N. Cummings.

First Lt. W. E. Avres.



1900.



Maj. E. W. Huie.
Capt. F. B. Kirby.
Capt. C. E. Fillmore.
First Lt. C. F. Sanders.




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