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The :pr*seaee tff so sssvny *f the old
sjoldiere of the civil war in the vity re
calls the home-coming of the eoldters
in 1865. The a" of the local papers
of that date ^_rd meeting of the
jreneral committee to make tfccaeees
nrv arrange uts to give the ^returned
soldiers a uet and welcome. This
event ws eat OT Sept. 20, 1S65. The
soldiers began to return as swlv as the
14th, bat the veterans of the Third reg
iment did not arrive until the 20th,
and the general reception was arranged
so *s to include tma.
The mmral committee consisted of
DoTilns Mormon, Allen Harmon, Cyras
.Aldrich, B. P. Russell, George A.
Braekett, J. M. Ihistis, Anton Grothen
of Minneapolis John North, -John A.
Armstrong, &. Chnte, M. H. Hemiup,
ftewall Phelps, Stephen "Emerson and
O. C. Mmam of St. Anthony John P.
Plnanaer, John Mohannon, B. B. &ib-
Charles H. Claik, John Oswald and
i tries Hoajr *rtnn the tsonnty.
It is an interestine fact that MT.
Bwekett te the only snrviTiajr jnwnber
of that ommittea. Mr. Merrinmn
died only few da^s ajro. It is Mr.
Bracfcett's 4rood fortune not only to
haw been active in the reception of the
*olctters of the -anion as they returned
Srona the ^wr, bxrt to have witnessed
the fortieth national Teunion of these
soldiers under the auspices of the Granai
.Army of the Beyublio forty-one yearo
19Z& WXSCaHSXK INTAKTSY.
The twentieth Teunion of the Nine
teenth Wisconsin infantry was held in
the city hall. The ladies' auxiliary
anet at the same time. The survivors
unanimously voted so continue W. O.
Pistzsch as president of the association
nd William H. Blvton as secretary. A
i call of the roll showed the following
John Ashtaon, Alma Center, Wis. C, D.
Alexander, TaTiwra, Nab. Homer Bcntcllff,
Portiand, Ore. S. Aabiey, Hagasntes. Neb.
A P. Mallow. HlUsbocoosh, Wis. J. 1H Wag
uer. Food da X*c, Wte. G. Bcridaa, Onawa,
lovm Gaotge ioamot, Sparta, Wte. C. F.
ldoa, ReedBbntg, WUu: G. 1C Bempeej
Case, Mtonaapolis Henry Grota, Heeds
botg. Wis. A. Trre, Baxaboo, Wis.: Mof
fitt, JBlroy, Wis. B. S. Kipp, Dallas, Wis.
W. E. Schntltn, Caabta^m, Wis. John Nowell,
p.ipi, Tom Boland, Milwaukee
Leroy Benast, Chicago Jamas A. Aller, 8priu
Brook. Wia. George W. Cooper, Sell Oenter,
Wis. Blaster, Vtreona, Wia. A. Miller.
Chetsk, Wis. H. OampbeU, Aberdeen, W. M.
Qombte. Owmtoaita &. I Fnlmer. Baralhao
Wis, George W. Qsralaer, Alexandria J. H.
Bordwell, Stewart, Ulan. 3. C. Fosaot, Basds
bnre. Wis. J. KaUaxr, MlnneapcOls J. C.
Bem, Sranam, Minn. J. W. Jinks, Gateman,
XI. A. 6. Oasper, Alexandria, Minn. J. H.
Tan Wte, Mason City, Iowa J. W. Beardstey.
Bice Xake, Wis. W. W. Gordon, Oaakls,
Miitm. D. Lu Xiaonaro, IDnneapoUs L. 8.
PerJdaa, Wfimot, S. D. O. W. Nenmaan, Oah
koaa. Wis. fi. a GosUn, Virogna, Wis. D.
Mason, Ellsworth, Wia. WOtlam Wakeman,
Bparta, Wis. Frank Pettis, Camp Douglas,
Wis. H. 0. Hall, Austin, Minn. W. O.
Ptetasch, Madteon, Wis. W. H. Blytna, &rta.
Wis. B. Rcdfleld, Browasrule, Wis. S. 8.
Gardiaer, Aberdeen. S. D. W. B. Jones, Bod
son. 8. D. A. 6. Breaks, Bcedsbarg. Wia. N.
House, Cantos, S. D. William Blnehart,
Milwaukee. Wis. Charlea Jeffrey, Winona,
Minn A. O. Buding, Stosx City, low*.
THEE33ETH OHIO XHFAKZSY.
The Thirtieth Ciio infantry held its
annual meeting yesterday at the court
aouse and talked over old tunes idle en-,tenaing,
tire afteraoon. Ti Teeiment, under the
command of Colonel Hujrh Ewing,
fought in tne second battle of Bull Bun,
fit South Mountain, Md., where it lost
maiiT men at Aniietam, at Vicksburg,
and then joining the Fifteenth army
corps, engaged in the taking of Chat
tanooga, Missionary Bidge. Port Mac
alcster and Savannah, Qa. In the gov
ernment Teport it stood fourth in rank
OT the hardest service, having marched
20,000 miles and passed thru every rebel
state but two. One of its members,
William Camphell, Des Moines, was
among the famous forty who accepted
Hope at Ticksburg by
placing T-nfl4irn ladders against the fort
when it meant certain death to most.
Another, Captain J. Dickerson, Seattle,
Wash., was the first to place the flag on
the stetehonse at the capture of Jack
son, Miss. This secured him his lieu
tenantey. Both of these men were
present, the others being EL E. Sweitzer,
Minneapolis Henry Bosworth, Mount
Pleasant! Iowa, and Captain Ben
Fowler Indianola, Iowa.
Torn to shreds by confederate shot
and shell and preserved by being sewn
to a sheet of gauze, the battle flag of
the Fifteenth Illinois, which stood thru
the desperate fighting at "the hornets'
nest," hung over the pulpit rail dur
ing the xennion of the survivors of the
battle of Shiloh is the Plymouth Con
This flag was made and presented to
Company H, Fifteenth Hlinoia, by the
ladies of Pole. HL, with the one in-
jxmotiLon, "Bnng it back nadishon-
ered." I was made the regimental
jrtanaaTd. When Hnlbert's Fourtii di
i vision entered, the grove on the field
Shfioh, -w-hich was given the name of
#*the hornets' nest" it was is. the van.
Twenty-one limes the confederates
|4stuaTSd watkin thirty paces of the
rove and poured in their fire, and
|%weaty-one times the counter fire drove
ijfchem back. Three men. were killed
Urhfis supporting this flag and its folds
Wers riddled and its staff shot to splint-
bl tattered fraemente were sent back
women who made it and they
.Mveresctly sewed them to the gauze
'twhich holds them together. E. 8. Wat
-rbary. who stood close to this flag thru
^e long fight, has it la his custody.
About 150 members of the National
Aasoeiat&on of the Battle of Shiloh sur
^riTors were in attendance. The basis:
of membership was defined as actual
participation in. the battle of Shiloh,
-without regard to whether the service
was under Grant or BaeXL Fully 100
mew members were added to last year's
segistratioB f 454.
The following ofieexs were elected:
JL M. Miner of Denver. Colo., national
commander B, W. Tirrfll, Manchester,
Iowa, seaiior vice conmisatder Ban M.
Brown, Paeblo. Colo., junior vise com
stander Bev. F. A. Henring of Gentry
-rille. laiL. chaplain 6. M. French of
Denver, Colo^ adjutant general and
Altho the Twenty seventh Wisconsm
infantry is badly scattered, most of
the metnbers having removed from
*Wiseonsu. am attempt will be made
this week to ferns a regimental asso
ciation. About twenty-five members
got together yesterday at the eourt
honse and decaded to marrih as a body
in the parade today and to held smother
rennion later im die week.
The regiment, which was mustered
[into active serVios at MBwaskes ia
162, had the anions expexieaee of
fating thro the war ander the command
1 of one man. Colonel Gonxad Kretc, whs
commanded the regintent from the be
ginais to the end of its throe years*
service. The regiment was with Grant
at Vieksburg followed General Steele
thru Arkansas and was down, at Iho
gulf taking part in the rarritift at
I a?Lanish fort and in other engagements.
I The SBXviving meadbers pTfuraif war*
WaUher. UaesBtt. Sea.} BtaC
S. M. JaUt, Bagier, Wnu Btwr MAHD,
SMSSen. *Us. Kicheaas JHsisoa, fcseslo, S.
Thomas Jle9l3IUn, XtaaN&tfta William
Wfesmm: D. trails. toughm a. M1
man. -Wymoath John laaaoson, *e*aat lty,
Iowa lUasiaua Jssmason, -iowa Mais
Jocswm&, StaSato Censor, Jowa. *e H. Binds,:
Rtagsted. lowu., 3Reter -J?etraou, Aaaaoh*s*eBif
4wa. H. H- Waswtt,CTbltNlo,Jews .John bar
oa, Sioux City, Iowa, Albert Bcaband, U1W
wwsteee Taol 4 '^anlsea, Jtorthweed, low*
S. Htftmwd, Saondovi *sgast fCrneger,
OwaSoaaa. Mian., -Joseph Vennuysa, Waft
Glaire Sdward asssBmetaohoatdt, 8heoyir
Bichatd Sedge, uhrtti Andrew Anderson,
F*ro, D. Charles VormUye*, au Claire,
a loud and somewhat anrid
debate on the regiment's moral obliga
tion to return a captured Confederate
Sag the reunion of the lE^ghth Pennsyl
vania cavalry was enjoyed bv all and
Tesulted in increasea goodfeUowshii*.
The repsrt of the -oommittee reconi
*sndlajji^e wtnrn trf uaptured flag
was accepted, but the assoriation took
o action in the swatter. President W,
A. McHenry presided and "ttie other
speakers were S. M. Finch of Minne
apolis, D. H. Elmore, fj. A, Worrell
of Clinton, Iowa, and E, H. Bunk, tb
partment eommandeT of Illinois.
The Eighth Pennsylvania cavalry
took 1ht field Sept. 28, 1881, and was
mstered t in Jury 18K. I was f
fieerecl by Colonel John F. FarnswoTth,
Xtientenant Colonel Gamble and Majors
Beverage, Glendenning and Dustin. It
took imrt in 1* fello^wing ngagaasnts
Bappahanock, Torktown, Hanover, Me
chanicsvalte. Gold karboT, Gaines mill,
Bispateh stattsn, Poolevilte, White Oak
swamp, Manassas, Baraettsville, Middle
town, Bonnesbro, Martinsburg, South
Mountain, Antietam, Amesville, Chan
tsellorsville, Barbee's cross roads, Fred-
eTicksburg, Bapidan FoTd, Beverly Ford,
Culpeper, Gettysburg, Hasel -Bun, Fort
Stevens, Madisen sonzt hewn and Mor
ton s ford.
The following snembsss atteadsd Hre
I,. 8. Buimws, Company a W. A. UtSBmuvj,
Company -L, Destoon, Iowa O. A, Baxter, Oom
pany B, Toledo, Iowa A. B. Bictaon, Gom
p*ny L, "mnrwood. JWb. W. G. Gregory, Govt-
panyS, Iowa 3. S Wlimoro, Oossiany A,
Oows, Iowa H. Ryan, Ooanany B, -J.
Stekett, Ooropany is Tama, Iowa. J. at. Sows,
igdea lows Bbeldon, Oonqamy H, Gen
eva, Neb. JL 7. HHHS Sroster, San. A.
C. McKe&ney, Oompany L, Haddy, an. Osp
tate fimnpersT, Owajpany A, Captain Oslaney,
Company H, E W. French, MtamapsUa J. B.
Dickson, Oompany It, Oolllns, Iowa B. Heaa
ming, Oompany Brewster, San. JSaaea
Xjambart, Company G, soldiers' Haras, Minne-
spoUs A. 1*. fiandall. Company G, Urns
Prairie, Minn. A. J. Baymond, Company
Volo, HI. P. Wesson. Company2
Illi Vred Ktpner, Fort Dodge, Iowa. I. h.
Pettte, Oompany K. PoUet, 111. W. O. Hajsel
ton, Oompany P, Chicago T. P. Ohacey,
Oompany C, Fargo, K. X). A. 2* T*nho8Bey,
Oompany I. Oklahoma: Q. A. Sslntaelman,
Oompany S, Kora Springs, Iowa A. B. Cole,
Oompany L, Tomtey, Mien. Aleranow David
son, Oompany A, Fort Dodge, Iowa I).
Bow*, Company BL Lake Wells, Iowa B. El
liott, Oompany O, Fenton, 111. O. Merts, Oom
pany X, Chicago W. H. Wight, Oompany H,
Oaken, San A. C. MeKenney, Oompany L,
Haddam, San. Charles Oarr, Oompany L,
Donstolk, X. D. John Eberbaxt, Oompany JS,
Glasgow, San. Fred Brown, Oompany M, Au
rora, HI, Jeremiah Stewart, Company O,
Fropnetstown, IU. I. G. Denton, Oompany B,
Arlington, S. J). 9 Bailey, Company F, Mich
igan P. A. Trtan, Company S, Maxshafltown,
Iowa William Alien, Company C, Lyndon,
lows S. Ontahaw, Company S Wa^erley,
Iowa Morris Xstw, Oompany 1, Sheridan, HI.
John Oargay, Company C, Lyndon, Hi. Dennis
Ijawiwnee, Onapany D, Wgta, TIL 3D. B.
Lewis, Oompany T, Chicago John Barnes,
Company D, Roesvllle, 111. J. K. Whistlert
Oompany C, Baranna, 111. W. D. Xopst, Oom
pany C, Albany, 111. E. Messenger, Company
F, Lockport. JSL 8. F. Dean, Company M,
Chemg, HI L. Xx Sampson, Company A, Lake
Geneva, Wis. O. E Falmer, Oompany M,
Chicago M. K. Orohan, Company O, Fanton,
111. a P. Westerneld, Wankegan, EL J.
BnsmwIL Jackson, Minn. W. fi. Smith, Com
pany M, Wilke, Iowa E. Thentar, Oompany
H, Hostada, Iowa. M. B. McOoy, Oompany F,
Chicago L. D. Smith, Company A, ISaom, EL
William B. Moulding, Oompany S, Chicago
Albert Snbles, Oompany G, Oenter Point,
lows B. A. Anstln, Oompany U, Bmee, Wis.
B. F. 3e Oompany L, Boekford, EL Bobert
fiamo, Oompasr F, Waslmn, Wis. Schimnel
Oompany M, Acoanomanac, Wav S.
W. Bvans, Oompany L, Borkford, EL W. fl.
Dewttt, Company B, Bamp^ilre, El. 3. T.
Smith, Company M, Gotten-rUle, Iowa 2B. A.
Peary, Oompany M, Se Sain, EL David Fits
gerald, Oompany C, SSatervllle, Iowa Joseph
Thompson, Company M, Broadbeaa, Wis. M.
X. Heather, Company C, Sytactiee, Neb. Wil
liam Shnrtliffe, Company B, KandalviDe, Iowa
A. C. Larce, Oompany L, Samas T. Hanck,
Oompanr D, BolSe, Iowa M. A. Enlbert, Com
pany A, Bockford, Iowa John Horn, Company
F, Bocbeiiser. Minn. Lewis Stronse, Company'
E, Minneapolis C. A. McOrem, Oompany C,
Creeton, El. C. Blehm, Company D, Chicago
M. C. Stall, Companies anflS, ^ihtvflin, Ken.
W. E. Leckey, Company X. Eampton, lowma
F. B. Stanton, Oompany Berflflor*. EL C.-
Dow. Oampany B, Sionx City J. A. Byan, Oom
pany S, MlnneapoUa Wamon L. Fxswnan,
Oompany B, Snoson, Minn. A. 3*. WQs. Oom
pany I, Saebbona., EL s. M. Finch, Oompany
fi, MbmeapoUs Bassett, Oompany B, Bice
Lake, Wis. fi. G. WSson, Company S Botes
City. Idaho G. J. Conky. Oompany M, W^rn
sau, Iowa M. Berry, Company C, ^Whkseh,
Wis. Lew AlexanBei, Company I, Wew^'Bleb-
mond. Wte. fi. H. Grant. Company M,
Kmlnrk. Neb. S. E Hood, Oampany rgn,
K. D. D. W. Bert, Company C, Lakeview,
Iowa WHliam A. Sheldon, Company H, Con
rad, Iowa A. U. Fetters, Oompany X, Spring
Valley, Minn. fi. Allen, Oompany M, Hot
Springs, S. D. W. X. pai-ri^n nmr^^i^
Hot Springs, EL
Tift/ MWtr.TW I w^ WJBOQHBZH.
The Twenty-third "Wisconsin had an
informal reunion in the custodian's
room, and will meet again Thursday,
between H) a&d 11 a.nL, -when it is
hoped all will be present. Senator
Vilas, who was a commissioned officer,
did not attend this time. B. ML Addi
son of Marshall. Minn., was elected
president, and B. P. Strong secretary.
The following registered:
P. CaBnm* Oampany O B. X.
Company It H. B. Bird, Oampany B. J.
Saxgec, Company O James Dawocm, Oompssjy
C: W. ML Bc&L Oompany Henry SUcomer^- thirty of them are here.
Company Bss&Smoat, Wens JL. t^ Kfc-^
Oormrtl. Oompany 3 H. B. Hansoo. Company^
A: James A. Hatt, Oompany John Eellv
Company W. L. EmUy, Oompssqr 3. wJ
Ayplake, Oompssj Bflwarfl Borrows, Oom
pany ioan B- Wffls, Oompany E rranklln
Weoa, Oampany 11 ABaert H. SSB. Oompany
Jacob UBler, Oompany A P. BSOOO,
Oompany Charles Cftmnfller, Oompany
Burns afnrite, Oampsay fi W. H. LttteBL
Oompany J. W. Horfors, Company
Joseph MekioBacte. Oompany I Irs Trow
nrldse. Company O Lot 3y Oampany O
O&aacr 'Stomas, Oampany Badorph Bronn.
Company K: Thomas E. iTwghf Oompany O
Oeerse Qni^car, Oampany Neta Xfaompson.
Oompany E: SaBef Olson, ^"T*HJI
The TJ. S. Veteran Signal Corps as
soeiatifta met i a the free emplojBkent
bureau rooms. The attendance was
fighter Ann usual for tins organization,
which hadndes all volunteers -who
served in the signal corps. The service
was first attached to different brigades
and divisions, bat in IMS was organ*
ixed as a separate branch of the service
under General A. J. Myer, who origi
nated the code used in signal service
then and ever sines i& the United
States army. I is-ajso used as a basis
for the code of the German and Bas
siam armies. Daring the last year of
the war General Fisher eeauxtanded the
corps. General A. M. Greeley, so at
the head of the regular army signal
service, nsuafly meets with, the associar
tien, but is anable to leave Sam Fran
esseo, whose he is in charge of the
earthquake relief work.
A* the mat-tins yosteiaas Bdwbs TL
Ooweli of ^Drfheater, 1%^ was
e^f-ted prea^fflt 1L Green, Qrovffle,
OaL, a m. _g. Boyer, Kansas 3
Mo^ vsse-mafoests Charles Dewftt
Marcv-Bastoa, secretary and treasnrer
J. H. KfiSey. Alhasv. AT. Y^ assiBtaat
secretary and treasurer lieutenant J.
WiBard Brown. StonehasB, Itass^ his
toruta, and Wffliam H. ^Greexy. Lsve
land, OaL, ehanfara,
The following aaswered to roll eslfc
A.JD._Pcaxteohecry. Paint Mataoa, Pauj^av
COLONEL. JOHN N. STEWAWT,
Of Chicago, One of the Younssr Vmsiiane,'
Who Was FteM Tetaaraphar.
As&onif the "stall young and .active
Grand Army veterans visiting in Min
neapolis is Colonel John K. Stewart,
past iunior vice department commander
of Illinois, and a past ommandeT of
one of the largest Grand Army posts
of Chicago. Bnring the civil war he
was Held military telegraph operator
with the Army of the Potomac He is
a lesident of Chisago and connected
"with some of i*sxtenaive manufaetuT
Mrnn. Baml If. Bowsss, 3ew Marttasvllle,
West Virginia 'William Lowe, Warrensbnrg,
aio. A. Gaylerd, BstbervUte, Iowa Qua
tavos S. Daam, St. Paul, S L. Breta, Green
Springs, Ohio Bio W. Hall, Lynn, Mass. W.
E. Boaaer, aElnor, K. D. W. O. Eaox
Ligoaier, P*. E. A. Thomas, Bast St. Loots,
EL E. J. Flint, Msnomonie, Wis. J. L.
Jones, .Mitchell, B, M. GVBSA, OtoviUe,
Oal.: William Koyer, Kaiwas City James C.
JiWilnty, Dos Molnos, Iowa W. W, Benkin
2tUJT JBZrJHZOAK G&VATJEnr.
The Fourth Michigan cavalry held
their reunion in the city hall. D. C.
Carr of Fowlerville, Mich., is president
of the association. Their annual re
union will be held at Fowlerville Sept.
12. The following wane present at this
O. Stevens, Oompany Owrty, Onto
General B. D. Prltchsrd, AlUgon, Mich.
Wffltem Bailey, Oompany I, Miles City, Mont.
M. G. Brown, Oompany I, Oorwith, Iowa T.
Green, Perry, San. WlUhrni 9. Smith, Oom
pany A. Ohelsey, Wis. John A. Williams,
Oompany F, Fessenton, N, D. Lieutenant H.
A- Backns, Oompany D, Detroit, Mich. Mil
ton C. Brook, Boreka, Mrnn. George Monger,
Oompany C, S. H., Brie, Pa. James A. Mar
tin, Oompany D, fiemidjl, Minn. M. O. Onptll
Oompany B, Pine City, Wis. Body O'Mam,
Company B: Benjamin F. Bump, Oompany fi
'Horace B. Warner, Oompany H, ObsUacombe.
"veterans of the Thirty-seventh IHi
nois, meeting in the courthouse com
missioners' room, voted to honorary
membership in their organization all
the wives of members who were pres
ent. The reunion expanded beyond the
limits of the regiment. Veterans from
the Twentieth Wisconsin, the Twentieth
Iowa and the Twenty-sixth Indiana,
who served with the Illinois regiment
in the Army of the Frontier and at
Ticksburg, dropped in and Joined in the
General John 0. Black, former colonel
of the regiment, and since pension com
missioner, presided, and at the close of
the other speeches made an eloquent
^3k. The' bloody battle of Prairie
Grove was recalled by all. In this fight
the Twentieth Wisconsin was almost
cut off. It had lost heavily and was in
a perilous position when General Black
and the Thirty-seventh Illinois came up
on their flank with Colt's repeating
rifles, and saved the day. General Black
was shot thru "rate body in that hght.
General Black was re-elected presi
dent of the association, and IJ. H.
The following members of the regi
Bam Biro, firwaanr O. P. B. Strons, Oom
pany Hfc F. L. ow, Oompany A Jamea
Swantna, Oompany fi. W. feees. Company
James Trotter. OowiiMmy A Barwy F.
Myers, Onuiuavni S Leonara F. Waraea Oets
pany A Cbasraoay Blake, nmnynj. H. B.
Waffle, Oompany Bt E. S. Stteetor. Oompany
Ateer Doass, Cocapany Barlow
-w*** THE 1DHNEAP0L1S JOURNAL." &
Qhtmbwrlalu, tee nniinliifi, OSl' M. ChsaBteT,
*212 outh LyndaleiveMe, MlmMspolto, Bieh
Oaajtrlff. Chippewa Falls Wis., A. A. *"ore-
sasn, SIS t. Monk* avenue. Arasfely. J-
General John Blnefc, Cblcaso- 3 W Mnrsb. I Major J. V. Baamrt,' secretary and treasnrer.
Company a Q. OdelL, Company M. N.
Emery. Company 6. PllJrimTctoinpany A
A. Armstrong, Oompany A Tnamss Kiss, Oom
pany A Truman Proper, Company L: Freeman
Btubles. Oompany Onstavns Anderson. Com
pany Charles L. Hall, Oompany John L.
AcBQgast, Oompany O John Croak, Company
J. S. Hawkins, Oompany PTWewlan, Oom
"pany W. H. Crane, Company Charles
A. Cleveland, Company Delos Holmes. Com
pany Bober B. Walton, Company C: H.
Ererhart, Company A M. Fttsarerald. Company
I: Alson Grant, Oampany Lieutenant P. A.
Jones. Company J. M. Oathcart, Company
W. O. Oathcart Oompany H- A. Anderson.
Company Erwln B.
^_ Measen, Oompany
JMMB WBeos, Oompany E P. Woodrlng. Oom
pany L. H. Howell, company E. B. Osmer
Company B: C. H. Tlbbetts Canpany Wil
liam B. IDtot, Oompany Morrkghea, Com
pany E. P. Keasex, Qnartermaster Jamea
Cawley, Company A A. S. Jopp, Company I
Banlel Ltmoy. Oompany B: Bobert AohleTToom
pany E Pleasant Bishop, fBtaplwIn George Bay,
Company O 8. O. Conger, Oompany Alaert
White head. Company B.
The Rrst Iowa jeavalry. part of the
Army of the Frontier, was scheduled to
meet at the same time, and the Army
of the Frontier was called for reunion,
but no meeting was held. The veterans
Met informally and had a good visit.
The First Iowa cavalry had a reunion
i_,, -June at Boone, Iowa, a&d about
HEW YOBK DRAGOOITS.
Teteran members of the First regi
'snent, New York mounted dragoons, met
in the room of the third assistant
county attorney in the eourthonse.
Fourteen members of the mounted regi
ment attended the meeting and renewed
The First regiment of mounted
dragoons was mustered in 1862 at
Portage N. as the One Hundred
and Thirtietti Hew York infantry, but
in 1865 the need for mounted troopers
became pressing and the regiment was
reorganized, furnished with horses and
designated the First New York
Serving with Sheridan fa the activi
ties of_ the Shenandoah valley and par
tidpatmg in forty seven engagements
culminating at Appomattox, the record
of the First 33ew York dragoons was
that of the army of the Potomac
The veterans who attended the
_*- J~J**ck, Oompany sx, Kansas, Mum. TL
Bart, fjiwripany A, Oedar PaBa, Iwa Albert
Swift, Oampany X, BHiwaaMe, Mian. O.
Law, Oompany O, Ohfewws PsSs. Wis L. P.
OrandaB, Oampsay H. Ban Clams, Wis. Jons
Smock. Oompany B, Black B**er Pans. Wis.
Hones QooOala, Oompany B, laaweme, Mfna.
B. K. Phelps, Onapany C, Wakes, 1Mb. P. M.,
Plah, Oompaay B, PappBlon. 2Mb. fcenswrett
Peek, Oampany C, Mack county. Mas. 3. W.
Bexnar, Oomaamj CL Mbmespomr 8 JeOer
ssm, Oompany A, St. Paol A.
Owapatir H. Bprms VaBey
Cattecaa, Ouiaiiam A, Bod
The rennion was attended by Mrs.
A, J. Thorpe of 5Jew Tork. Mrs.
Thorpe is the widow of Captain A. J.
Thorpe of the First Mounted dragoons
who was killed at Winchester.
MBlsATi OF OC9RSJS TJWWMff
The Bteabers of the Medal of Honor
Tawgion met ia the juvenile cesxrt rooms
at use coarthouse.
I. I Caldwell of Dsbraane, Iowa,
was elected rhsiniwiai Charles W.
McKay of Wahpeton, N. IX, was chosen
secretary. General A. Grant was
received with three cheers and a tiger.
He nude a short speech, which was re
ceived with eafhnsiasas. Benjamin
Thackath of Amsterdam, IS. Y^ also
G. W. Hanley moved that the
Battonal association be asked that the
next simwwl meeting be held at the
same date and place as the next aa
iaoaal encampment of the Ok. A. B*
Those present were:
Ik X* Oaawig. Stooscas,
Geaeml L. A. -Grant, Mmnosm*8 G. W. 0oaly,
Uubunse, Jown jkntom J. tteUey. ftajpisaton,
alcK*y, Wahpeton, K. J).. RJiBoWiios. son.
M^, ^n^SoBw, mmmxax, fliato fi. O. ^Drojr-
W7TH UTiiaiWBB TSSWKTBX
The One Hundred and Thirty-seventh
Illinois infantry meet, at room 514,
West hotel. Jt wan ne f the ""'hun-
^derd ^dav'" egimente awd saw rvise
Memphis in J664 under. Colonel
Wood, liter lieutenant ^overaer of Ill
inois. The survivors have "termed the
One Hundred and Thirty^eeventh Ill
inois Reunion association with the
lowing ofneers T. B, Whsm, 3P*61*-fol
dent Bichard Seaton, trsasurer E.
B. Sawyer, seoretary. The association
will hold its annual rswuion Oct. 11 and
12 at Qunicy, Hi. These present
Onrtsta nsnry a. TJMUS, St. Vsnl Company
A iVwr F, Fstt, StaoteSe, Mo., Oompany
B. B. It. sawyor Gamp Point, EL, Oompasy J
W. a.. Wells, Wlnehmtec, El., Oompaay It.
A. Oolwoll. Eastings, Mian., Ossapmny
Dntfteeld, Marahalltown, EL, Oswaamy O O. V.
Sonanta, St. Paul, Oompany A
*IIVJULf WAS MTJBES&EaJaB.
Members of the National Association
of Civil War Musicians ut up like hovs
at their reunion Tuesday at the Jeffer
son school. After swapping yarns they
all turned in with fife and drum and
soon the strains of favorite quick-teps
floated out of the -open windov**.
"Gtulderoy," "White Cockade" of
revolutionary days, "Paul Severe's
Bide, or Jefferson and Liberty,"
"Larry O'Qaff," "The Girl I Left Be
hind Me, "The Jay Bird," "The
Campbells Are Cosaing" Garry
Owen," Theodore Boosevelt's favorite,
"Dashing White Sergeant," -"Haste
to the Wedding" and "On the Boad to
Boston" followed in fuick succession.
The veterans were practicing for the
parade today, which Ihey led. Oray
haired men became boys again and the
soldiers who were not behind fife and
drum were soon keeping step*ito flbe
music of *81.
Except for loss of some of the knack
of folding the drum sticks, few of J*
musicians would admit that they nad
lost in skill. Having learned the prin
ciples of the music, all they need, they
say, is to have a little practice.
Plaiafielfl, S 3. Majo A Hopkins a
tlonol SSe major, Tellow Springe, Oslo Major
II. L. PemWeton, national dram major, Tork,
K^j.- Prank Biowell, banner bearer. Yellow
Spring*, Ohio Qeozge E. Tracy, national color
bearer, Wareham. Mass. K. A. Oosas, Maine,
Mum. Oeoree fi Bhodes, Home, Ken. Jona
than Gordon, Wlnterset, Iowa Seymonr 8.
Adams, Cedar Baplds, Iowa K. P. Wilson,
Iowa Pans, Iowa Frederick Belterman, Bow
ley. Iowa Silas Strortw, Delott, Iowa J. O.
Ooldthorpe, MHlidgerlBe, 111. Harris Law
rence. Bed Oak, Iowa S. E. Hun. Topeka,
Ban. A. J. Phffllps, ftcabontas. Iowa Bob
ert Eaton, Chicago W. W. fiord, Bavens
wood, Iowa Wffliam Bryden, Parnam, Kelt.
B. S. McGeehon, Atlantic, Iowa C. M. Btor
tac, Jefferson, Iowa P. 8. Kays, Harlan,
Iowa G- W. Boblnson, BlchTlOe, Mtan. Wal
lace McPadden, Council Bluffs fi. O. fienm,
Harlan, Iowa Jason J. Jones, Douglas, #Xan.
J. M. Peterman, Exlra, Iowa W. M. 8smp
eon, WaynesriUe. BEL B. B. Brewer, Xenla,
Ohio John Onnther, St. Paul S. P. Welch,
fi. A. Webb. Aurora, HL Prank Pettis, Camp
Oonajlaa, Wis. Bnfee Taylor. Evans, Iowa O.
D. Moorhead, Pargo, K. S. T. Plsk,
Bowsn. Iowa banning Beasley. Prairie City,
Minn. J. B. Sneath, Bentoasport. Iowa W.
M. Sawia, Goldfield. Sowa Jppo Jenks, Mount
Auburn, Iowa A. BV. Metaer. Hllnole 8. M.
Bowden. OoSorado Junction, OoL John Ben
jamin. WUUam Wstkins, Boysl Oak. Mick.
John A. Cathers, Yellow SprlnirB, Ohio Daniel
Fisher, B. P. Stow,-Edward 8. Chase, Monne,
HL Charles D. Holmes. W&Ham Jones, Chi
cago J. E. LanswtosL Topeka. Kan. George
Lee, Illinois A. M. Hubbard, J. P. Beck, V.
E. Engdale, J. H. Hanberg. A. fi. Marselus. BL
B. Stowe, MoUne 3. L. BSatcbley, Bingbam
ton, K. T. E. Poster, Stillwater Colonel
Cyrus Pox, Sioux Palls T. E. HiUs, Ashland,
Ore. J. Hnnrason, St. Paul Monroe Wil
Uams. Hanson. 3iaW fi. A. Myers, Smith
Oenter, Kan. L. J. Main, Orleans. Ken, John
Banktn, Chicago Thomas Butt, Goodland,
Kan. John B. Trjsfw Fond & Lac, Wis.
BUT HANDFUL IFT.
A mere handful of the old Twelfth
Ohio battery assembled at its reunion
in the grand jury room at the court
house. There were several women pres
ent, wives of members of the old bat
tery, as well as some of the veterans.
Those present were:
J. M, Bellman, aeoietary. Ohtcaco Mr. and
Mrs. 8. B. MaBsry, Bratnerd, Minn. Mr. and
Mrs. P. B. ZAckwoofl, Humboldt, B. Uea
tesant O. P- Morgan, Minneapolis Mrs. Oal
StaxWrd, Sforwatt, Onto Mrs. ft. Perkins. Kan
ass CUT. Mo. Mi atoaimit awl Man. A. Day.
Basmaa Otrjr. Mo.
2Btt WIBOOHHLBT TJSTAXTB T.
Wisconsin's famous 29th infantry
held a reunion in the Jefferson school,
numbering about 200 members and
friends, including all of the 44th regi
ment, which had reached the dtv.
A. Holmes of New London, captain of
Company F, presided. The afternoon
was spent in reminiscence. One of the
old officers present was Ilentenant
Colonel O- CL BisseL, who was captain
of Companv I of the 29th, before he
It was suggested by Malar Bushnell
of Minneapolis that some sort of an
organization be formed and the names
of all living members of the regiment
will be sceurcd'if possibki.
The commanding officer of the 29th
was Colonel Charles Gift, now dead.
When he returned home he was suc
ceeded by Colonel Green and then by
Cekieel Hnacoek. One of the hardest
fought battles for this regiment was
Port Gibson, where the most men were
lost. The regiment fought also at
Champion Hifi. Vieksburg, Siberian
Cross Beads and Spanish Fort.
Only a few members of the 44th had
arrived and they- mingled with the mem
bers of the 29th, so that it was a joint
occasion in which all joined without
reference to former organization. The
44th entered service late and its onlj,y
On&m x.| battle was Nashville.
Fhilip Bean, sergeant of Company X,
^of the old Mrst Wisconsin tmvalry,
regimental eontmaader, sailed the regi
ment'a reunion to order in court room
No. S at the courthouse. The room was
-well fflled with veterans, but there were
nearly as many of the Second Wiseon
*in tsavalry in attendance, the Hie Sec-
ond.'* reunion was not scheduled until
afternoon. There was no formal pro
gram carried out duTine the morning,
veterans in the audience were tailed on
for brief remarkssand there were many
meetings of aged soldiers who had net
met since the day they were discharged
from service. First Wisconsin avany
veterans in attendance were:
Adam Stager, Troop H, Annadate, sUaua *f.
SUrtin, Troop F. Spokane, Wash. obert S.
Morrill, Troop S MmneapoUs PhUlp Dolan,
Troop fi. Union Oenter, Wis. D. M. Woodin,
Troop S, Fordn, Iowa Geosge Nown, Troop
fi Bobert Wright, Troop F, Bockford, El.
Almon Gardiner, Troop G, Hancock, Wis. 8.
fi. Pickett, Troop M, Spencer, Wis. George
W. Clayton, Troop S, Fimaee, Minn. Thomas
C. Rntter, Troop L, FerryvlUe, Wis. I* L.
Blair, Troop B, WatervUle, Minn. John W.
GaneB, Troop D, Fox Lake, Wia. G. X. Hill
man. Troop D, Winnebago City, Mum. C. C.
Chubb, Troop A, Algona, Iowa J. V. Vaulln,
Troop H, Green Bay, Wis. A. Binder,
Troop fi, Grand Rapids, Wis.: Daniel Allen,
Troop S, La Orosse, Wte. Pmnp Bean, Troop
I, Grand Rapids, Wis. C. W. Sanders, Troop
B, Burtrum, Minn. Lodwjg O. Weltc, Flain
neld. Wis. John Hart, Troop B, Wild Rose,
Wis. B. BUto, Troop G, Wlnftsor, Wis.
George Skarratt, Troop B, Marshall, Minn. fi.
W. Flaher, Troop F, Farmlngton, Minn. B. A.
Front, Troop B, Ban Claire, Wis. C. fi.
Landon, Troop &, Watonia, Was. E. D. Wyatt,
Troop A, Toman, Wis. B. F. Barrett, Troop
F, Lesnenr, Minn. O. Moak, Troop C, Min
noapolte F. D. Seaman, Troop G, Janesville,
Wis. L. G. Bmlr. Troop M, Boscobel, Wis.
H. T. Webster, Troop I, Stevens Point, Wte.
W. A. Spangter, Troop B, Wooteteek, Iowa.
Officers were elected at another meet
ing held today after the parade.
Altho the membership of the associa
tion is about *J80 less than I4JB had reg
istered Tuesday. They were?
Colonel CBtaxtes WJaOace, prosUteim, Denser
SZ.SI Shirts, at!
CSearanoe of every odd lot shirt.
Manhattans, E. & W., Savoy
make. Pare whites, pleated or
plain, blue chambrays, natty
and $2^0 now..-..
Sysnmes was the commanding officer
and the zcgiment is proud to claim Wil
liam Warner of Kansas City, past grand
commander, as its major.
8LXZH MATJTB BETTJflXOjf
Given Pine Xros Veterans at
The survivors of the Sixth Maine in
fantry held a rennion at the Hotel Wa
verly yesterday, where they had been
invited to dinner by W. Cushing. The
leading officers of the regiment were
present. Colonel C. A. Clark, the de
partment commander of Iowa and Lieu
tenant Colonel C. H. Chandler of North
Dakota. Twenty-two members were
there, exchanging hearty greetings and
reminiscences of the times of '61 and
'65. The absence of many who were
prominent the years before was notice
able, and the older veterans spoke in
sorrowful terms of those who were
gone or who were so soon to go.
Worth AH the Journey.
"The pleasure of this afternoon alone
more than repays me for coming to this
encampment, taking a journey of 215
This wa sthe satisfied statement made
by Sam Farrell of Flandreau, 8. D.,
after the reunion of the Second Minne
sota infantry yesterday. I have met
boys that I have not seen since the war
and whom I never expect to see again.
I have seen comrades that served in
Company A with me and am going back
home happy. I for one think this is
the best reunion I ever attended, and
I have heard lots of others say the
Western Sharpshooters Meet.
Two old comrades gathered at the re
nnion of the Sixty-sixth Illinois yester
day afternoon in the women's waiting
room at the city haU. One was J. M.
Moody of Paris, HL, the other was J. E.
Maginn of Mexico City. Mexico, who,
with his wife, had come all the way to
the encampment. There are about a
dozen other veterans of this regiment
here and they hope to get together
some time this week.
The Sixty-sixth Illinois was a regi
ment of crack shots. It was generally
known as the Western Sharpshooters.
It was armed with sixteen-shot Henry
rifles. The men were dead shots and
their ability as skirmishers made them
dreaded by the enemy. They were in
action almost constantly thru the en
tire war and were in the van of Sher
man's march to the sea.
Seeking His Oonarades.
8. F. Deming, lieutenant of Company
B, Thirty-sixth Wisconsin, marched
thru the eourthonse yesterday shouting
"Is there any of the Thirty-sixth Wis
consin here?" His words were heard
all over the building and attracted the
attention of every veteran there, but
none of his regiment could be found.
He found several registered in the Wis
consin headquarters at the county com
missioners' room, and is BOW looking
for his comrades.
Whfls Toe Are Here
Do not return without seeing more* oT
the Northwest. Go to Duluth and 8u^trips
perior. Take a trip on one of the
Great Lake Steamers. See the Sum
mer Tourist resorts of Minnesota, or
make a trip through the erreat North
Dakota wheat fields. Harvest is now
on. Gall at the Northern Pacific city
office. No. 19 Nicollet House Block,
Joamai Ante Tonxs.
Oars leave the Journal buildinsr every
hour this week. A most enjoyable way
Colonel Georgelof seeing Minneapolis. Seats #1 each.
mad sjhe ya^s]ic t isrs* ane invited to makm liee
1tokfaum, J&eGae&9ert ^faft^ring and ervioe ayatema, and to inspect
The Colossal Fall i9o6 Display
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Marvels Every Buyer!
$3o,$2$, JteS, $20 a&d $18 Suiti at $i 5
overtopall rtsa&abkcxpectatkmsof Tmhts.
Yet we unqualifiedly guarantee to mtoow,
sell and deliver every surplus fancy
weave or plain blue suit in men's and
young men's light and medium weight
Hart, Schaflner 6c Marx and Palace lines:
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Hosiery Valies, 25c
Plain lisles, light cottons, silk
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How Patriotic Poems Live
"The Southern Volunteer and His Northern Brother/'
Now Profusely Distributed Here, Was Originally
Published By The Journal in 1898.
A Southern Volunteer.
Tes, sir. I fought with Stonewall,
And faced the fight with Lee
But If this here Union goes towar,
Make one more gun for me.
I didn't shrink from Sherman,
As he galloped to the sea.
But if this here Union goes to war,
ypk one more gun for me.
I was with
A picture entitled "The Southern Volunteer and His Northern Brother," in
which these two figures are represented as elasping hands, is displayed in numer-
ous Minneapolis store windows and advertised in The Journal The picture
and the advertisement, however, contain only a fragment of the verse which
created the occasion for this pieture. When the call was issued for troops at
the outbreak of the Spanish-American war Frank Stanton of the Atlanta Con-
stitution, the poet of the south, wrote the poem entitled A Southern Volun-
teer," and published it in the Constitution. When the Constitution came to
rand it attracted the attention of Mr. E. B. Smith, then of The Journal
staff, who will be remembered by readers of The Journal as at that time a
favorite contributor to this paper over the signature "H. Tims." Mr. Smith
wrote in response the poem entitled "His Northern Brother," which was print-
ed in The Journal. The New York Ledger picked up both these poems and
framed them in the original of this picture and started them on their rounds
among the newspapers of the country, where they were very generally printed,
as expressing the fraternal feeling between the old soldiers of the north and
south, stimulated by the response of both and the response of the sons of both
to the call of the president for troops in support of the American standards ia
the war with Spain. The verses are worthy of reproduction at this time, as ex-
pressing- the feelings of the old soldiers of both armies.
em at Manassas
The bully boys in gray
heard the thunderers roarhV
Bound Stonewall Jackson's way:
And many a time this sword of mine
Has biased the way for Lee
But if this nation goes to war.
Make one more sword for me.
Fm not so full o' nghtln*.
Nor half so full o' fun.
As I was back In the sixties
When I shouldered my old gunt
It may be that my hair is white
filch things, you know, must be,
But if this old union's in for war.
Make .one more gun for me!
I hain't forgot my raista'
Nor how, in sixty-two.
Or thereabouts, with battle shouts,
I charged the boys in blue
And I say: I fought with Stonewall.
And blazed the way for Lee
But if Jtbis old union's in tor war.
Make one more gun for me!
Frank L. Stanton.
W. Bocknesi of Prorloence. R. L.
is known as the "champion monamrat raiser."
kavias started aaore wimnrut foods and as
sisted at more monasMat dedications tfaan say
asaa. ia tfee country.
A Price Revision That
Irrsspeetivs) of slat or cut, without regard to east
or present value.
Every pair stamped
and guaranteed. 80s
the world over. "*g*._
His Northern Brother.
Just make It two, old fellow,
I want to stand once more.
Beneath the old flag with you.
As in the days of yore
Our fathers stood together
And fought on land and sea.
The battles fierce that made us
A nation of the free.
I whipped you down at Vieksburg^
You licked me at Bull Run
On many a field we strugled.
When neither victory won.
You wore the gray of southland,
I wore the northern blue
Like men we did our duty
When screaming bullets flew.
Four years we fought like devils.
But when the war was done
Your hand met mine in friendly
Our two hearts beat as one.
And now, when danger threatens.
No north, no south, we know.
Once more we stand together
To fight the common foe.
Mr. Smith, now connected with the Boston Herald, Is In the city looking
after the New ngland contingent for his paper.
Isle Boyale and Betarn. flOOO.
wTarklnac island and Beturn, $25.00.
These are two of the many great lake
offered by the Northern Pacific
The tickets include meals and berths
while on the steamer. Make up your
party: have your stateroom berths re
served at the city ticket office. No. 19
Nicollet House- block. G. F. McNeill,
My head, like yours. Is frosty
Old age is creeping on
Life's sun Is lower sinking,
My day will soon be gone.
But if our country's honor
Needs once again her son,
Tm ready, too, old fellow
So get another gun.
BL B, Smith.
H*0Duluth and BetarnS4A0.
Here is one of the many cheap side
trips rates offered by the Northern Pa
cific during G. A. B. week. Tickets
on sale Aug. 15th to 20th. Now is the
time of all times to see the head of
the Great Lakes. Call at the city ticket
office, 19 Nicollet House Block, for in
The Ktaoenn of Coins rises at 4 'dock la
tke morning to study English sad Manctan before
breakfast, which meal Is at 5. He makes op
for this ontnot of energy, howerer, by retiring