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FLAG CAPTURED DURING CIVIL WARRETURNED
TO YANKEE COLOR BEARfeR
(t)J -M8TO CO,
W. C. Montgomery of Company D, 76th Ohio, receiving tattered em
blem, more than 50 years oldf,rom Mrs. Townes R. Legh, matron of honor
at the Jacksonville (Fla.) Confederate Veterans' reunion. At her left is
Colonel Kibler, one of the few remaining "boys tn gray."
YE MODEST EDITOR
While dodging a pretty woman who
acted as if she intended to kiss him
Editor liindstrom "fell over a barrel
of salt on the depot platform at Lang
don, and then Lmdstrom discovered
that bhe had her eye on anothei fel
low all tne tune. tJiomarck (N. D )
1 rib ane.
Some one has dug up the following
from the Chicago Inter Ocean at
Dec. 31, 1862-
George Pullman, of the firm of
Pullman and Moore, house raisers, is
experimenting with what he calls a
palace sleeping-car ' The 'wise ones'
pi edict that it ill be a failure."