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THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. -0., TflUllSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1884.
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THE GRAND ARMY,
(Gen. Bcatlfs Western Tour latest
News From the Departments.
Special Correspondence National Tribune.
Pjm.Awnwnr.fi, January 22, 1SS1.
The following will be the programme of offi
cial visits of the Commander-in-Chief during
his trip West, reference to -which was made in
any last communication : He left this city last
night and will arrive in Detroit in time to
attend the Encampment of the Department of
Michigan to-morrow. On the evening of the
2ijh he will be the guest of Mrs. Jlate B
Sherwood, at a recaption to be tendered him at
Lcrrorfdencc in Toledo, Ohio. On the 25th
ho will visit the Post at Goshen, Ind., and on
tho following day will ho with the Posts in
Milwaukee, Wis. The 23th will find him in
G vingtan, Ky., and the Post at that place will
rccv-ivo his attention. Tuesday, the 29th, he
Mill be hack In the Hoosier State, among the
P.iste of Indianapolis. Prom there he will go
to Decatur to he present at the Encampment of
tie Department of Illinois, and will conclude
Lis tour ttn the 31st at Zaaesvillc, at the En
campment of the Department of Ohio, return
ing to Philadelphia on February L Of course
t!ie apjioinitticnts will be subject to such
changes as circumstances may dictate, but the
probability is they wilt bo carried out as above.
The Ooianuiader-in-Chief has again called
t'.io attention if Department Commanders to
t! 'ayia forwarding their reports, a number
of wlti.il Iikvt not yet hoen received at Head
quarters. As there appears to he no reasonable
ground for this delay. General Beath trusts
that the matter will ho remedied in the fiituro
A i tL-r subjwt to which he has once more
directed attention is die glaring misuse of what
t.t- intended as cuts of the design of the
fraiid Army )adpe, wh:-ch not only do not
-i";nn to the standard hut arc actually cari
catures of what they arc intended to represent.
Messrs. Burk & MeFotridge, of this city, to
whom was assigned the contract for stationery,
Wanks, etc, have prepared electrotypes of the
official budges of the three standard sizes
adopted by National Headquarters, and are
ready to fiinmh them when called upon.
33HB LANCASTJJU EXOA.JU'MEKT.
The all-absorbing topic of interest in this
section, now that the new officers havo all
boon installed, is the Department Encampment
at Lancaster on thetith and 7th of next mouth,
and much anxiety is manifested as to who
shall be the next commander in Pennsylvania,
the banner Department. For a long time past
the irkjads of the respective candidates have
"been mahing an active canvass for the com
rades of their choice.
"iPor Senior Vice Department Commander,
Comrade Austin Cartin, commander of Post
No. 2dl, Ifilesharg, and aid-de-camp on the
staff of the Commander-in-Chief, will undoubt
edly be the choice of the Encampment. Com
rade Cartin is well and favorably known
'throughout the Department in tact, is one of
the most popular men in it; he is now serving
his third term as commander of his Post, and has
been complimented in General Orders from
National Headquarters for his hard work in
the interests of the Order.
It is customary, in case a Postlocated in the
place of meeting of the Encampment bring,
forward a candidate, to give him preference,
and for that icason the probability is that Past
IPost Commander C W. Fasaacht, Post No. Si,
of Lancaster, will be the nest Junior Vice
Depar&aeat Commander.
'Owing to the large number entitled to seats
an this Encampment (over 1,103) no others will
She 'admitted, to the halL On the morning of
""'"irhe "4k ihe representatives and Posts from
Lancaster, York, Columbia, Marietta, Harris
hwrg. and other points in the vicinity will
analsea street parade, when it is expected" about
'3.008 comrades will be in line. In the evening
aigrand Cautp-fire will be held in Mtennerchor
JJaH. A convention of the G. A. E. Veterans'
. 3MghtsT?ioa will also he held on that even
ing, when it is expected delegates from nearly
vorylPastin the Department will he present.
She jilece of meeting will he announced in the
Etieampsnest probably the county court
house. On Tuesday night last a number of ladies
ncseuiiied at the residence of Commander
W liKaiu J. Ferguson, Naval Pust, No. 400, and
icrraaga Ladies' League, to be connected with,
the Past. The officers elected are: President,
Ma 3L C Standlry ; vice president, Mrs. John
Vt iiiifuns: secretary, Miss Lon Ferguson ; chap
lain, Mrs. B. Kouahan; conductress, Miss Laura
J?ergua; guardian, Mrs. J. F. Mackiel About
twenty ladies Uave already joined the League,
and otters have sent in their names as appli
fints for sdraiss.au at the next meeting. Post
No. 499 h doing splendidly. recruits being added
to the roll st every muster. Thirty-Uvo of the
comrades are on either theactrve or retired list
of the United States navy. The widow of the
L c AdnAtai Turner bes presented the Post
with a bible.
At the mswter of Post No. 2 on Thursday
nighf the following preamhic and resolutions
were adopted unanimously :
Ti'htruu the provisions of the law relating to
ijoMhts orjilnois' ttcluxtib do not mjuire tliat a
di-tite wpltan of a deceased fcohlierr sailor
4iili tAiovr ihm lite or her father died of a wound
received or -d;tiaaie contracted iu the service ; mid.
Wtrrttut it le jtltnost, if not quite, impoaaible at
tin li-.t dny tw procure suuh evidence, oven in a
ch.se Aiticre Kit fact; therefore,
Js'.oiw, TIihI the superintendent of said schools
be kn,:iy ri-qtiewlod to withdraw Uie raliup of his
oAk wijtcb require evidence of such dibuhilityto
bo pnjooecd.
lutvdhed, THut the Adjutant be requested to for
wBt.i u. lite Miftertutendeut of iheoliliers' oriihaus'
achuwifc & 50p.v of tike retioltstions.
XZBOESXXG OIKEAX SICKKLS.
At a meetig of the Pennsylvania Beserves
Asso-iatin, on Thursday night, a committee of
thue was appointed to prepare a suitable peti
tion to the President of the United States, ask
ing the ntp)Mitaueiit of General H. G. Sickels
to the potitiioc agency in this city. General
Sk-Jveib wb connected with the Pennsylvania
Ilesfrves corps during itswhole term of service.
On Tbaisday evening Department Com
mantlor E. 6. 0bome paid an informal visit to
Poet fe. He was accompanied by Assistant
Adjutant -General Thomas J. Stewart, Depart
ment Chaplain John W. Sayres and Comrade
A. 2L K. Sterri, of the national staff. After
the mustor-iu of a recruit, done in thoroughly
fine style by the new Post officers, and tho
transsctaon of tho regular business, addresses
wore made by all the distinguished visitors
Past CommanderS. 1L Trinkle and Dr. Styer,
of Past S, and by unanimous request Comrade
'Stewart recited his famous ' Schneider's Bide."
An open Camp-fire was held on Tucsdav
night lat by Post 7, Post Commander Edgar
Welch presiding, but owing to the heavy snow
storm, it did not come up to the usual standard.
During the evening a handsome Post badge was
presented to Past Commander William Magill
by Chaplain Welch on behalf of the Post. On
the evening of February 1 a vocal and instru
mental entertainment will be given in the Post
hall for the benefit of the Post fund. -
A meeting of the Philadelphia members of
me jasth and 14ith regiments, Pennsylvania
veteran volunteers and Knapp's Battery Asso
ciation will be held oa Friday evcuing, 25th
inst., in the hall of Post 13, at which a largo
attendance is expected and requested.
Past Commander Jno.B.Cooley, of Post 24,
accompanied by a large delegation of comrades,
visited Frtnkfort on Monday night, 14th
jnst, for the purpose of installing the officers
f Kearney Post, No. 55. The ceremonies were
public, and were held in the Opera House,
which was crowned. A fall band was in at
tendance, and enlivened tho exercises with
eomo fine eclcctions. After the installation
exercises addresses wero made by Assistant
Adjutant-General Stewart, Past Commander
William H. Armstrong, of Post 24: Long, of
Post 51, and others. Comrades Stewart and
Armstrong also gave recitations. Comrade
Armstrong, on behalf of the Post, presented
the retiring commander, James Welch, with a
beautiful Post badge, and Comrade Stewart
presented a handsome cane to a comrade who
had won it at the Post fair.
During the past year Post 94, the largest in
tfc.o Department, paid out ever $4,000 for .sick
mA funeral benefits, besides a considerable sum
for other charitable purposes. This Post now
has G24 comrades in good stauding.
Post 51 also makes a good showing in its
record of money expended for charity, having
paid out between January 1, 1676, and. Decem
ber 31, 1SB3, the large sum of $16,4G0.
"160."
DEPARTMENT NEWS.
During the past weclc Thb Trtbuke has for
warded blank applications for Post charters in
response to requests from tho following: J. L.
Brown, Ellensburgb, Wash. Tcr.; William M.
Horton, North Scriba, N. Y.; Azel D. Shonp,
Judsouia, Ark. ; Charles H. Bates, Sarahsville,
Ohio; A. O. Wells, Leonardsvillc, NY.; Post
master, Wells, Neb.; P. R. Stalcy, Unndilla,
Neb.; Henry Wioder, Hanover, 111. making a
total of 161 since the beginning of the present
administration. During tho same time a
Tiubuxe petition for Post charter at Crofton,
Ky., with fourteen signers, has been forwarded
to the proper authorities, making a total of
thirty-seven since the beginning of tho present
administration.
The Tkibuxe has also recently forwarded
the proper blanks and instructions for tho or
ganization of Woman Belief Corps, by request,
to tbo following: W. C. Eastman, Mcrrillan,
Wis.; Frank J. Ewing, Counersvillc, Ind.;
Geo. F. Colcord, Adjutant of Post 219, Suther
land, Iowa.
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MAINE.
General Orders, No. 9, issued at Lowiston,
Me., January S, by order of E. M. Shaw, De
partment Commander D. Horaco Holman,
Assistant Adjutant-General contain tho fol
lowing: The seventh annual Encampment of the Depart
ment of Maine, Grand Army of the .Republic, will
be held nt Town Hall, Vaterville, on Thursday,
February 21, 1SS1, at 10 a. m., for the election of
Department offiecrs, and to transact any business
that mrty properly come before it.
The Council of Adtninistrationwillmeetnt rooms
20 and 22 El m wood Hold. "Wntcrvillc, Wednesday
evening, February 20, at 7 o'clock: promptly, for
business.
The commander of "W. S. Heath Post, No. 34,
Wuicrville, is hereby detailed to make all neces
sary arrangements for the Encampment.
The following Posts have been organized since
General Order .So. S: Ansel G.Taylor Post, No. 93,
Giribou, J. A. Clark, commander; J. D. Emery,
adjutant; Henry L. Goodhue, quartermaster. Itus
sell Post, No. 93, Sknowhcgnn. Isaac Dyer, com
mander; F. H. Wing, adjutant; L. Ooodwin;
quartermaster. Sergeant Wynmn Post, No. S7,
Oakland. J. Wesley Gilman, commander; O. A.
Hail, adjutant; G. T. . Benson, quartermaster.
Benj. Davis Post, No. 93, South Berwick, A. 1.
Home. commander ; Geo. Fulsom, adjutant; E.D.
Pike, ouariennafetcr. Edward G. Parker Post, No.
93. Kittery, Chas. Chickering, commander; Calvin
L. Hayes, adjutant; Win. JL Otis, quartermaster.
Cioudman Post, No. 100, Saccaranpa, Alonzo
Libby, commander; "Win. P. Hodson, adjuL. .1;
John K. Dunn, quartermaster.
A banquet will be held at the close of the pro
ceedings for the evening at Watcrville, to which
alt comrades arc invited.
The Order never was so flourishing as to-day in
thi-i Slate. The year just closing has been one of
prosperity. Thirty-two Posts have been organized
since our last Encampment nt Auburn, and one to
be orgauizedatGorham on the ICth, making thirty
three, and a membership of over 6,000. .Let the
good work go on.
Comrade J. L. Pierce, lachias, Me., writes
us that Bradbury Post, No. 15, of that place,
held its installation, conducted by Thomas P.
Hutchinson, P. P. C, on January 2, when the
following comrades were installed into ofiico :
Commander, George IL Allen ; S. V. C, A. M.
Longfellow; J. V. C, Baymond McCabe; Sur
geon, Dr. S. B. Hunter; Chaplain, Eev. Daniel
Green; O. D., J. L. Pierce; O. G., iL E. Thax
ter; Q. iL, Nathaniel Budd; Adjutant, E.H.
Bryant; S. SL, C. W. Eldridge,
Comrade Pierce also informs us that he in
stalled the following officers of Hiram Burn
ham Post, Cherryfield, Me., on the 5th inst:
Commander, Bobert F. Campbell; S. V. C, M.
N. Feeuey; J. V. C, Charles H. McDevitt;
Surgeon, Bobert Dixon ; Chaplain, Bev. Alex
ander Case; O. D., Bobert L. Willey; O. G.,
Jotham Buzzell; Q- M., Frank Campbell; Adj't,
H. H. Bowles; Q. M. S., Jason Leighton.
Comrade A. J. Cushman, Monson, Me., in
forms us that Gerry Post, No. 5, has elected
the following officers for the ensuing year:
Commander, W. L. Sampson; S. V. C, S. S.
Cole; J. V. C, Henry Blackstone; Q. M. S., L.
C. Flint; Adj't, G. B. Hescock; O. D., B. H.
Swift; O. G., J. a Stanchfield; Chaplain, W.
H. Davis; Surgeon, A. W. Chapin; Q.M., Jer
emiah Dain ; S. M., B. B. Jackson. Delegate to
annual Encampment, Jeremiah Dain Alter
nate, A. W. Chapin.
Comrade H. A. Tripp, Bluchill, Me., writes
us that the following officers of James A. Gar
field Post, No. 4G, of Bluehill, Me., were in
stalled January 5: Commander, L. B. Wash
burn; S. V. C, A- C.Osgood; J. V. 0., F. C.
Mayo; Adj't, G. W. Clay ; Q. M., S. P. Snow
man; Surgeon, A. Griudle; Chaplain, E. N".
Blagdon; O. D., B, S. Osgood; O. G., J. H.
Morse; S. M., S. B. Wescott; Q. M. S., A. C.
Peters.
We are indebted to Comrade W. H. Edison,
Calais, Me., for the following list of officers of
Post No. SI, of that place: Commander, John
A. Sears; S. V. C, S. D. Morrill; J. V. C, D.
McNutt; Surgeon, H. E. Vose; Chaplain, Bev.
W. W. Lovejoy; Adj't, John B. Murphy; O. D.,
John Lamer; O. G., Geo. A. Stanhope; Q. M.,
E. C. Wilder; S. M., V.H. Edison; Q. M. S., J.
C. Ward.
KEW HAMPSHIRE.
General Orders, No. 11, issued at Penacook,
N. H-, on the 12th inst, by order of John C.
Linehan, Department Commander S. N.
Brown, A. A. G. contains the following:
The annual Encampment of this Department
will le held in Eagle IhUI. Concord, on Wednesday,
February 6, 18&L The committee on credentials,
the assistant adjuJant general, and Comrades A. L.
JIaiden, Post 2, and Edward L. Jones, Post 45, will
meet tb ere at 10 a. ra. Comrade on their arrival
Tvill report there and present their credentials, in
order that the Encampment may open promptly
at 2:33 p.m.
The Council of Administration will meet at
Parlor No. 5, Eagle Hotel, on Tuesday evening,
February 5. at 8 o'clock. It is hoped that every
member will lie presscnt.
The commander of Post 2 will detail an oftleer of
the day, officer of the guard, and nix comrades,
who will rejort to the assistant adjutant general at
2 o'clock p. in., for duty at the Encampment.
Since the last General Orders the following Posts
have lieen organized: December 27, 1-SS3, Thomas
L. Ambrose l'ost. No. 73. Ossi pee, Frank K. nobbs,
commander, by Aid-de-Camp C. S. Paris, assisted
bV comrades of Post 6U December 31, 1SS3, Bell
Post, Xo. 74, nt Chester, John Underbill, com
mander, by Aid-de-Cnmp Edward L. Jones, as
sisted by comrades from Posts S3, 45 and 51.
The following is the list of officers installed
by Past Commander J. E. Hall, of Colonel
Emery Post, No. 23, of Lisbon, N. II., sent to
us by Comrade Nathan Judd, of that place:
Commander, V. B. Glazier; S. V. C, J. M.
Bailey; J. V. C, J. D. Brooks; Adj't, N. Judd;
Q. M., G. A. Martin; Surg., J. W. Parker;
Chaplain, A. F. Brfster ; O. D., J. W. Morse; O.
G., Wr. H. Hubbard; S. M., C. J. Carpenter; Q.
M. S., George C. Woods.
Comrade H C. Young, Colehrook, N. IL,
sends us the following list of the newlv-in-stalled
officers of Carlo3 Fletcher Post, No. 57,
of that place: Commander, Daniel Stevens; S.
V. C, Levi Hicks; J. V. C, Malcom McKinnon;
Q. M., H. C. Young; Chaplain, Eben E. Noyse;
O. D., J. L. Loamis; O. G., H. B. Gould; Surg.,
Seth W. Teriil; Adj't, S. L Bailey; Q. M. S.,
Ira Noyse; S. ST., J. H. Lang.
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VERMONT.
Comrade E. J. Foster, Waterbury, Vt., in
forms us that the following officers of Dilling
ham Post, of Waterbury, wero mustered in
Friday evening, January 11, by Captain Lull,
of Montpelier: Commander, Charles Wells; S.
V. C, J. W. Sleeper; J. V. C, George Brown;
Chaplain, Dr. E. J. Foster; Adj't, T. T. Far
rell; Q. M., F. B.Taylor; Surgeon, D. A. Gray;
O.D., B. Bickford; O. G., H. Moody; S. M.,
Frank Carpenter; Q. M. S., I. H. Elliott; O. S.(
George Kidder; I. S., Leonard Hart. Delegates
to Department Encampment, Dr. E. J. Foster,
J. A. Durkce; Alternates, J. W. Sleeper and
George Brown.
"Adjutant," Wolcott, Vt., sends us tho fol
lowing list of the officers of Foster" Post, No.
55, installed on the 10th inst. by Comrade J. S.
Drenan, of Ellsworth Post, No. 25: Commander,
M.S. Leach; S. Y. C, C. C, Fisher; J. V. C,
S. I. Greene; Adj't, M. D. Scott; Q. M., J. E.
Wheeler; Chaplain, F. B. Morse; Surgeon, F.
L. Merritt; O. D., L Thompson; O. G., O. B.
Andrus; S. M., E. C. Mann; Q. M. S., S. D.
Luce.
Comrade Daniel Taiscy, Wells Eivcr, Vt.,
sends us the following list of tho officers of
Colonel Preston Post, No. C4, of that place, in
stalled on tho 8th inst,: Commander, J. A.
George: S. V. C, B..G. Brock; J. V. C, D. P.
Bicd; Adj't, WT. A. Mnusell; Q. M., A. Aitken;
Surgeon, C. N. Page; Chaplain, Busseil Moore;
0. D., H. S. Powers; O. G., Stophen Putman ;
S.M., Daniel Taiscy; Q. M, S., W. H. Goodwin.
MASSACHUSETTS.
From Comrade George L. Warriner, Spring
field, Mass., we havo tho following list of tho
newly-elected officers of E. K. Wilcox Post, of
that place: Commander, E. W. Lathrop; S.V.
C, John W. Herscyr J. V. C, Charles II. Alli
son; O. D., W. W. Johnson; O. G., Frank I.
ner also informs us that tho Post is in a most
prosperous condition, having attained a mem
bership of 400.
"Bim," Marblehead, Mass., informs us that
Past Commander J. Frank Dalton, of Post 34,
Salem, installed tho following comrades as
officers of Post No. 82, of Marblehead, on tho
7th inst.: Commanficr, Wm. P.. McCurdy ; S. V.
C, J. K. Bccde; J. V. C, W. Sinclair; Surgeon
J. B. Graves, jr.; Chaplain, Collins McEcran ;
Q. M., IT. O. Symons; Adj't, S. F. McClearn; O.
D., Bichard Goldsmith; O. G., Jacob Coffin; S.
M., John Anderson ; Q. M. S., Wm. T. Peach.
"Vet," Plainville, Mass., writes us that
Past Commander Ed. W. Bhodcs, of W. A.
Streeter Post, No. 145, of Attleboro, installed
tho recently -elected officers of George H.
Maintien Post, No. 133, of Plainville, on tho
7th inst.: Commander, W. H. Wade; S.V. C,
A. W. Burton; J. V. C, E. P. Davis; Adj't,
Ira S. Smith; Q.M., Wm. A. Blake; Surgeon,
D. S.Vaughn ; Chaplain, A. G. Wilson; O. D.,
L. F.Mendell; O. G., F. Burton; S.M., C. O.
Jackson ; Q.M. S., C. P. Kendall.
From Comrade G. N. Gragg, Waltham, Mass.,
wehavc thefollowing list of the newly-installed
officers of F. P. II. Eogers Post, No. 29, of that
place : Commander, W. D. Ncwland ; S. V. C,
H. P. Harrington ; J. V. C, H. P. Ballard ; O.
D., G. II. Cliipman ; Q. M., E. S., Enrnham; O.
G., Thomas Birmingham; Surgeon, II. C. Hall;
Chaplain, Samuel Clark; Adj't, J. O. Winn; S.
M., G. W. Gragg; Q. M. S., E. J. Brackets
RHODE ISLAND.
From Comrade John Y. Hudson, Newport,
B.I., we have the lisc of officers of Charles E.
Lawlon Post, No. 5, installed on tho 9th inst. :
Commander, John McCarty; S. V. ft, Wm. L.
Bailey: J. V. ft, Gere I.Green; Adj't, John
Y. Hudson; Q. M., Andrew McMahon; Sur
geon. John F. Hurley ; Chaplain, Overton G.
Lauglcy; O. D., John F. Shea; O. G., Ed. H.
Tilly : S. M., John W. Wagner ; Q. M. S., Wm.
T. Lawton. The Department officers who were
present from Providcnco on the occasion, in
cluded Department. Commander Col. Philip S.
Ghase, Past Senior Vice Commander-in-Chief
Gen. E. H. Bhodcs, Department Chaplain Bev.
D. ft Easton, Comrades W. J. Bradford, Assist
ant Adjutant-General C. J. A.Peterson, Inspector-General
W. H. Greene, Medical Inspector
Henry C. Luther, Ald-dc-Camp to Department
Commander Eugene A. Cory, past commander
of Prescott Post, Providence ; Charles H. Wil
liams, Past Department Commander, and Com
rade T. A. Barton, the mustering officer.
CONNECTICUT.
General Orders, No. 13, issued at Hartford,
Conn., on the 15th inst., by order of Isaac B.
Hyatt, Department Commander Henry E.
Taintor, Assistant Adjutant-General contain
the following paragraphs relative to the an
nual Department Encampment :
The seventeenth annual Encampment of this
Department will meetat Armory Hall, Bank block,
Main street, Middletowu, on Wednesday, the SOth
inst., at2 o'oclock p. m.
The Council of Administration will meet atroom
No. 1, in the same building, at 11 o'clock a. m. of
the same day.
The commander of Mansfield Post, No. 53, will
detail an officer of theday, anofliceroflheguanl,
and six comrades to act as guard during the En
campment, who will report to the assistant adjutant-general
atl:-l3p. m., at the hall. .
Headquarters of Ihe Department will be estab
lished at the McDonouch House.
Hotel rates lor members attending the Encamp-
nieni win oe 5- anu .ou per uay.
Mansfield Post, No. 53, of Middletown, tender
a banquet to the ollieers of the Department, and to
all members of the Department Encampment, on
Wednesday evening, January SO. The limited ac
commodation of the banquet-rpm renders it im
possible for that Post to extend the invitation to
any comrades who arc not members of the En
campment. Comrade James L. Ferris, Bridgeport, Conn.,
sends us the names of the following comrades
elected to serve Post No. 12, of that place, tho
ensuing year: Commander, Ed. Northrop; S.
V. ft, J.Henry Warren; J. V. ft, Alfred H.
Chinery; Adj't, B. G. Keith; Q. M., Jas. L.
Ambler; Surg., Ellery ft Clarke ; Chaplain,
Goo. S. Patrick; O. D., Frank Perry; O. G.,
John P. Webber; Sentinel, John I. King.
A comrade at Hartford, Conn., sends na the
names of the officers of Bodman Post, No. 65,
installed on the 9th inst., as follows: Com
mander, Leander Colton ; S.V. ft, A. G. Olni
stead; J. V. ft, E. J. Carroll; Surg., D. E.
Lane; Q. M., S. E. Hurlhut; O. D., D. ft Clark ;
O. G., J. F. Arnold; Adj't B. W. Eobcrts;
Chaplain, Frank Bragg; S. M.,Elihu Olmstead;
Q. M. S., Chester M. Hills.
Comrade Thos. J. Norton, South Nor walk,
Conn., sends us tho following list of the new
officers of Douglas Fowler Post, No. 48, of that
place: Commander, Bobert M. Wilcox; S.V.
ft, Wm. S. Knapp ; J. V. ft, John MeEwen ;
Q. M., D. P. Morrell; Chaplain, Stephen B.
Wilcox; O. D., Enoch B. Benedict; O. G., Ely
B. L. Kent; Adj't, Henry D. Lees; Q. M. S.,
Lewis W. Doty.
Comrade Chas. E. Hauxhurst, Birmingham,
Conn., writes us that the officers of Kellogg
Post, No. 20, were installed on the 7th iust., as
follows: Commauder, Win. H. Ly titer; S. V.
ft, Samuel M. Miller; J. V. ft, John Coleman ;
Chaplain, M. ft Hull ; Q. M., Harney M. Chaf
fee ; O. D., H. D. De Forest ; Adj't, A. Dean ; S.
M.,Wm. M. Earl; Q. M. S., Chas. E. Hauxhurst.
NEW YORK.
General Orders, No. 10, issued on the 14th
inst., at Eochester, N. Y., by order of John A.
Beynolds, Department Commander J. A. Ad
liugton, Assistant Adjutant-General contain
the following :
The eighteenth annual Encampment of this De
partment will convene in the city of .Rochester. N.
Y, on Wednesday, January 20, 18S1. Headquar
ters will be at Powers Hotel. Delegates -will
present their credentials to tbe Assistant Adjutant
General as soon as practicable after arrival, and
are expected to appear in uniform at sessions of
the Encampment. The Council oPAdminihtration
cer of the day and an officer of theguard and fifteen
comrades for guard duty for the first day of Hie ses
eion, and Comrade Jacob Augustin, commander of
Peissner Post, No. 106, will make a detail for the
second day. The officer of the day will report to
the Assistant Adjutant-General at 5 o'clock p.m.,
Tuesday, tho 29th inst., for orders. The public pa
rade will take place at 11 a. m., on Wednesday,
the 30th. and all comrades are invited to join in the
same. The line of inarch will be through tho prin
cipal streets to the State Arsenal, nt which the En
campment will be held. Commanders of such
Posts as intend to pnrndc in a body will please
report that fact to the Assistant Adjutant-General
as soon as convenient. The following Posts have
been organized bincc the issue of the last General
Order: Post No. 412, at Bergen, by CM. O. Wil
liam W. Robacher;421, Redwood, bv Chas. D. Aus
tin ; 425, Musscna, by H. H. Bailey; 420, Northport,
by Charles E. .Lewis; 427, New York, by William
C. Eeddy; 42S. Alfred Centre, by W. . Bliss ; 429,
Stockton, by J. G. Thompson ; 1GS, Highland, by
William L. DoLacey; 212, New Paltz, by R, W. An
derson; 315, Harrisville, by Charles D. Austin;
430, Erin, by Arthur S. Fitch ; 431, Grahamsville,
by Joel O. Fisk; 432, Clarence, by John D. Ldb;
235, Buiralo, by W. Q. Higgins; 433, Churchvillc,
by C. M. O. "William W. Robacher; 114, Sing Sing,
by George "W. Robertson ; 431, Volney, by A. N.
Beadle: 435, Brooklyn, by George W. Squires; 430,
New York, by Frank M. Clark; 437, Utica, by
Chas. W. Akehurst; 438, Farmers Village, by Geo.
Donnelly; 440, Hamburg, by II. E. Stambach; 441,
Three Mile Bay, by James Dolan.
Comrade W. P. Wild, Brooklyn, N. Y., writes
us that Bankin Post, No. 10, of that place, is in
splendid condition, having at this time 350
members, and a Ladies' Auxiliary and Camp of
Sons of Veterans'attachcd to it. Comrade Wild
also sends us the following list of the newly
elected officers of the Post, installed on the 4th
inst.: Commander, Thos. B. Butan; S.V. ft,
Wm. P. Wild; J. V. ft, Geo. P. Phelps; Surg.,
Geo. S. Little, M. D,; Chap., Bev. J. Bass ; 0. D
J. A. Jones; O. G., A. Jeffrey; Q. M., B. N.
Wroodruff; Adj't, JT. E. Narcross; Q. M. S., ft
D. Lowe; S. M., J. H. Nason; Delegates, H.
W. Slocum, J. H. Walker, J. T. Burdick, G. V.
Zundt, ft McLaughlin, J. Halpin and E. A.
Perry.
A largo number of prominent veterans of tho
war mot at Captain Fowler's Knickerbocker Cot
tage, on Sixth avenue, New York, last week,
in response to a call issued by Past Commander
Max Beecc, for the purpose of organizing a new
Grand Army Post. In tho short space of an
hour twenty-five men signed tho roll of what
will hereafter ho known as Edwin D. Morgan
Post, named after New York's war governor,
under whom President Arthur served as quar
termaster general. Captains Minnes, Fowler
and Eoeco being both influential and popular
in tha Grand Army, it is fair to presume that
Bollins; Q. M., E. D.t Chapron; Q. M. S., W. D.
Eeycs; S.M., A. H. Ward; Chaplain, W. I.
Lyman ; Adj't. Charles Fay. Comrade Warri
wm meetat i Powers block, at noon on Tuesday,
tho 23th inst. Comrade Egbert Hoekstra, com
mander of O'Rourkc Post. No. 1. will detail an offi
thoy will succeed in, 'enrolling every manof
their acquainlance-whjb fought from 1801 to
18G5.
Tho following is a lit of the newly-elected
officers of the Post ut Porry, N. Y., installed on
tho night of January 7th by Andrew Chapman,
past Post commander, sent us by Comrade
Walter B. Tallmau, of that place : Commauder,
T. W. Copcland : S. V. ft, M. L. Calkins ; J. V. ft,
JohnlluUon; Adj't, Bobert Kershaw; Q. M.,
N. G. Burton; Surg., Frank Barnes; Chap.,
Wm. Nooning ; O. D., Walter B. Tallman ; O. G.
H. W. Thompson; S. M., Martin Taylor; Q. Al.
S., Henry Friuk. Delegates to Stato Encamp
ment, P. W. Copebxnd and F. ft Alhurly ; Alter
nate, James N. IIildmah.N
The memorial committee of the G. A. B., of
Brooklyn, held its aunuat meeting on tho 12th
inst., when tho following officers for 1831 wero
olected : Chairman, John II. Walker, Bankin
Post; first vico chairman, James Campbell,
Barbara Friotchio Post; second vico chairman,
James McLcer, Mallory Post: third vice chair
man, S. J. Baincs, Mansfield Post; grand mar
shal, James Follctt, Devon Post; recording
secretary, Chailes W. Cowtan, Winchester
Post; corresponding scevctarv, A. II. Frosr,
Post No. 327; treasurer, H. A.. Phillips, Perry
Post.
From Comrado H. Chase, New Berlin, N. Y.,
wo havo the following list of tho newly elected,
officers of Post Na 3SS, of that place: Com
mander, Horaco Chase ; S. V. ft, Austin White ;
J. V. ft, Charles Clarko; Q. M.. D. Mclntyre;
Surgeon, E. George Hall; Chaplain, Edward G.
Walker; O. D., Gcorgo J. Mattison ; O. G.,
William Munn; Adj't, H. H. Harrington; S.
M., Samuel Sexton; Q. M. S., Charles J. John
sou; Sergt., Lcwis.Haight. Delegato to annual
Encampment', H. H. Harrington; Altornato,
Charles J. Pratt.
Comrado Charles B. George, Hudson, N. Y
seuds us the following list of officers olected by
B. D. Lathrop Post, No. 138, for tho ensuing
year: Commander, Thos. Berridge; S. V. ft,
Wm. II. Potts; J. V. ft, Alex. Firth; Adj't,
Wm. H. Spanhurgh ; Surg,, Dr. John C. DuBois;
Chap., Frank Hodcs; Q. M., Wm. H.Avery;
O. D., Stephen G. George; O. G., Michael
Guinan; S. M., Jacob Westt Sr., Q. M. S., Wm.
H. Hawvcr ; Bepresentativcs to Grand Encamp
ment, Th'o3. Berridge and Wm. B. Eiting.
The following list of officers elected by H. T.
Martyn Post, No. 316, Department of New
York, has been sent us by Comrade Horace S.
Hart, of Canton, N. Y.: Commander, H. D.
Ellsworth; S. V. ft, H. S. Hart; J. V. ft, It. D.
Hiltlreth; Adj't, A. D. Foster; Q. M., ft M.
Clark ; Surgeon, I. ft Preston ; Chaplain, D.
M. Bohertson; O. D., S. D. Kimball; O. G.
Gcorgo Elmer; S. M., William Potter; Q. M.
S., William Heckles.
Comrade W. S. Hale, Binghamton, N. Y.,
writes us that at a regular meeting of Watrous
Post, January 8lh, the following officers were
installed: Commander, W. S. Halo; S.V. ft,
U. S. Stevens; J. V. ft, M.T. Knapp; Q.M.,
James McDougal; Adj't, O. E. Briggs; Chap
Jain, F. Severson; Surgeon, ft B. Eichards; O.
D., E. A. Knapp; O. G., Frank Myers; Q.M.'
S., ft H. Conklin ; S. M., H. S. Cunningham.
Comrado E. A. Chaffee, Brushton, N. Y.,
sends us the names of the officers of F. F.Wcad
Post, No. 363, of that place, as follows: Com
mander, Georgo W. Dnstin ; S. V. ft, Henry S.
Irish; J. V. ft, ft H. Potter; QVM., A. J. Irish ;
O. D., William B. Steenbcrge; Surgeon, L. M.
Wardnor; Chaplain, John W. Tryon; O. G.,
Henry J. Hall; S- M.rC. L. Kibbe; Q. M. S.,
ft H. Totman; Adj't, E. A. Chaffee.
Comrade Charles Brooks, Syracuse, N. Y.,
sends us the following list of thb newly in
stalled officers of Bant Post. No. 151: Com
mander, E. L Walrath; S. V. ft, Georgo J.
Sager; J. V. ft, C. E. Mink; Adj't, Charles E.
Minard; Q.M., Bichard Dunn; Surgeon, Chas.
E. Hill; O. D D. S. Hurd; O. G F. N. M.
Ball; S. M., John B. Borden; Q. M. S.f
Hammond.
The names of tho officers installed on Janu
ary 7th by Stanton Past, No. 39G, Le Boy, N.
Y., were sent us by Comrade E.'P. Halhert, of
that place, as follows: Commander, George H.
Bohertson; S. V. ft, A. L. Cosway; J. V. ft, T.
C.Bawson; O. D., M. N.King; Chaplain, W.
M, Modisctt; O. G.,M. P. Piorson ; Q. M., L.
D. Howell; Adj'S, E.P. Halhert; Q. M. S.,
Henry Vishion.
From Comrado HH. Ellis, Ticonderoga, N.
Y., we have tho fcpbwing list of officers in
stalled iy Alfred -Wd Post, No. 252, of that
,place: Commander H. D. Spicer; S. V. ft, Ed.
Hams; J.V. ft, H. H. Ellis; Adj't, Geo. Wiley ;
Q. M., B. N. Patterson; Surg., J. N. Oliver; O.
D., Felix Hibherty; O. G., Peter Cramon; Q.
M. S., Lester Hack.
We are indebted to Comrade James E. Jones
for tho names of the officers elected by Tavlor
Post, No. 201, Blood's Depot, N. Y., as follows :
Commander, James E. Jones; S. V. ft, Hor.
Stodard ; J. V. ft, Theodore Johnson ; Q. M.,
Edwin Wetmore; O. D.k Theodore Whitney;
Chaplain, D. D. Clark; 0. G., George W. Cace;
Sergeant, George W. Marts.
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NEW JERSEY.
Comrade J. E. Smith, Bordentown, N. J., says;
in a recent communication, that at the instal
lation ceremonies of Washington Post, No. 45,
of that place, the Eev. William Pittenger au
thor of "Capturing a Locomotive" made a
stirring address. Comrade Smith also sends
us a list of tho officers installed, as follows:
Commander, A. D. Hughes; S. V. ft, T. G.
Bunting; J". V. ft, Dunning Buckley; Q. M.,
S. N. Eockhill ; Surgeon, Levi Southard; Chap
lain, John Clymer; O. D., Levi Ayers; O. G.,
Joseph Bowers; Adj't, William F. Stout; Q. M.
S., Joseph Vandergrif ; S. M., John E. Smith.
Comrade S. J. Tinsman, Viennaj N. J., writes
us that Sedgwick Post, No. IS, of Hackett3
town, N. J., .has installed the following officers
for the ensuing year: Commander, Lewis H.
Salmon; S. V. ft, William A. Kerr; J. V. ft,
William Hall; Surgeon, Sylvester J. Tinsman;
Chaplain, Eev. Alex. Proudfit; O. D., Morris
G. Bichardsou; O. G., Lorenzo Mason; Adjit,
John C. LaFauchrie; Q. M., James B. Smith;
Q. M. S., Chris. Cummin3; S. M., Ezra P. Gu
lick. Comrade A. J. Bateman, Cedarville, N. J.,
writes us that tho organization of a Loyal La
dies' League is in contemplation at that place,
and that A. B. Bateman Post, No. CO, of Cedar
ville, recently installed tho following officers:
Commander, B. P. Craig; S. V. ft, E. Hogbin;
J. V. ft, J. Tumcy; Adj't, B. F. Ogden; Q. M.,
A. J. Bateman ; O. D., G. D. Ogden ; O. G., J. F.
Hall; Chaplain, H. Duffield; Surgeon, W. Jag
gers; S. M., D. E. Bateman ; Q. M. S., M. Kates.
Comrade E. A. Doty, Morristown, N. J., in
forms ns that A. T. A. Torhert Post, No. 24, of
that place, has elected the following officers for
the year 183-1: Commander, L. P. Hannas; S.
V. ft, Theo. Searing; J. V. ft, J. Horace El
mer; Chaplain, Bev. Benj. N. Eeed; Surgeon,
F. W. Owen, M. D.; Adj't, James M. Bonsall;
Q. M., William Halsted; O. D J. T. Allen; O.
G., Joseph Berry; Q. M. S., L. D. Babbitt; S.
M., William Wade.
PENNSYLVANIA.
William E. Foster Post, No. 247, Mifflinburg,
Pa., has elected tho following officers for 188-1 :
Commauder, F. M. Kessiuger; S. V. ft, M. G.
Eeed; J. V, ft, H.' E. Gutelius; Chaplain, J. L.
Strong; Surgeon, G. S. Keinble, M. D.; Q. M.,
Albert Foster; O. D., J.' V. Bule; O. G., Win.
Beichenbach; Adj't, George W. Schoch; S. M.,
G. W. Foote; Q. M. S., William Eberhart;
Trustees, S. W. Johnson, A. Foster, Georgo W.
Schoch. Delegate, H. E. Gutelius; Alternate,
-J. S. Booh.
Comrade S. S. Jack, Apollo, Pa., sends us
the following list .of the' officers of Post No. 89,
of that place, insjtallcd on the 8th inst.: Com
mander, S. F. Hildohrahd; S. V. ft, S. S. Jack;
J. V. ft, Jame3 Yi Kerr; Surgeon, B. E. Mc
Cauley; Chaplain, Smith Jack; Q. M., Daniel
Jack; Adj't, T. A. Cochran; O. D., H. G. Owens ;
O. G., James Byan ; S. M., E. J. Artman ; Q. M.
S., Casper Kettering. Delegate, S. M. Jackson;
Alternate, W. ft Guthrie.
Comrado William F.Moyor,Logausvillo, Pa.,
informs us that Georgo W. Moyer Post, No. 379,
has elected the following officers for the ensu
ing year: Commander, William F. Moyer; S.
V. ft, C. Harbach; J.V. ft, Bobert H. Karstcl
leo; Surgeon, John Berry; Q. M., Hiram L.
Murray; O. D., William ft Weaver; O. G.,C.
W. Conser; Chaplain, John H. Matteo; S. M.,
John F. Eockcy; Q. M. S,, John A. Holler.
Charles SumnerTosfc, No. 103, of Philadel
phia, has elected the following officers : Com
mander, James H. Davis ; S.V. ft, Amos Gibbs ;
J. V. ft, A. Harris; Q. M., John Ayers; Chap
lain, George Lee; Surgeon, Mitchell Logan.
Wo are informed by Comrado &. H. Mason,
Troy, Pa., that the following officers of Gustin
Post, No, 154, were installed on tho 10th: Com
mander, J. ft Strait: S. V. ft, A. L. Cooper; J.
V. ft, B.F. Lilley; Q. M., S. W. Lestor; Sur-
geon, J. P. Succse; O. D., D. ft Lampman; O.
G., D. S. Kenyon; Adj't, G. H. Mason; Chap
lain, Daniel Compton ; Q. M. S.., A. K. Linder
inan; S. M., W. E. Chilson.
Comrade Thomas Osborn, commander, Col.
Lytic Post, Lmidy's Lane, Pa., informs us
that ho installed tho officers of Post No. 67, of
Erie, Pa., on which occasion comrades wero
present from Post No. 88, Allegheny; Post No.
102, Union ; Post No. 210, Wilesbnrg ; Post No.
308, Miles Grove, and Post No. 359, Fairvicw.
Besolutions have been passed by Colonel
Sam. Croasdalo Post, No. 256, of Biegelsville,
Pa., asking Congress to so change tho pension
laws as to give every surviving enlisted man
$S per mouth the balanco of his life, and to re
enact the arrearages of pensions act.
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POTOMAC.
From Comrado Thomas Adams, Washington,
D. ft, we have tho following list of officers of
John A. Bawlina Post, No. 1, of that city:
Commauder, G. Holmes; S. V. ft, G. ft Bol
linger; J. V. ft, John N. Moulder; Adj't, H.
E. Weaver; Q. M., ft E. Joyce; Surgeop, Dr.
S. A. II. McKim ; Chaplain, E. Eobcrts; O. D.,
J. W.F. Williams; O. G., James La wlor. Com
rado Adams adds: This Post numbers about
250, and tho finances are in a very healthy
condition. For this wo are largely indebted to
Comrado Q. M. Chavle3 E. Joyce. No man
could have discharged his duties with more
patience, zeal and fidelity than he has during
tho year just closed. When he came in office
there was cash on hand, $65.60. Wo havo re
ceived from all sources during tho year,
$1,300.20, and the disbursements during that
time were $932.09, leaving a balanco in tho
Bank of Washington of $103.71, and there is
not borne upon our roll of active members the
name of a single comrado who was six months
in arrears for dues on December 31, 1883, nor
on the suspension list the namo of any com
rade who was one year in arrears for dues on
the same date.
WEST VIRGINIA.
Tho following is a. list of tho officers of Custer
Post, No. 8. of Clarksburg, W. Va., for 1834:
Commauder, A. ft Moore ; S. V. ft, Henry Hay
mond; J.V. ft, J. M. Swarts; Q. M., James H.
Jarboc; Adj't, Leo Haymoud; Surgeon, Dr.D.
P. Morgan; Chaplain, J. H. Stansberry ; O. D.,
A. S. Hugill; O. G., S. J. Nay; S. M., Daniel
Lymor; Q. M. S., G. Shu. Delegates to De
partment Encampment, Lee Haymond and J.
II. Jarboe : Alternates, W. J. Kcarns and A. S.
Hugill. This is one of the largest Posts in the
Departmenof West Virginia.
OHIO.
Comrade H. B. Bands, Bainshoro', Ohio,
sends us tho following list of the "new officers
of James B. Elliot Post, No. 243, recently in
stalled by Captain E. Carson, commander ot J.
31. Barrier Post, of Bainsboro': Commander, J.
M. Grim; S. V. ft, W. H. Wrright ; J. V. ft, Z.
ft Miller; Adj't, H. K. Eoads; Q. M., John
Curry; Surgeon, B. A. Dwyer; Chaplain, John
W. Dewitt; O. D., T. M. Ferguson ; O. G., E.
E. Shivers; S.M., Milton W. Sparger; Q. M.
S., W. ft Blair. Delegate to Department En
campment, James H. Wickersbam ; Alternate,
W. ft Blair.
Comrade George W. Cox, Chagrin Falls,
Ohio, informs us that N. L. Norris Post, No. 40,
of that place, is in a prosperous condition, hav
ing increased its membership one-third in tho
last year, which bring3 it up to seventy-five,
aud that its now officers were installed on the
evening of January 12th, as follows: Com
mander, L. O. Harris; S. V. ft, George W.Cox ;
J. V. ft,E. S. Graham; O. D., D. L.Fenkell;
Adj't, ft H.Hubbell; Q. M., A. E. Smith;
Surgeon, B. W. Walters, M. D.; Chaplain, W.
W. Hunt; Q. M. S., A. Church ; S. M., G. D.
Gifford.
"E. A. G.," Upper Sandusky, Ohio, writes us
that Bobbins Post, No. 91, of that place, held a
public installation of its officers on the 7th
inst., on which occasion an oj-ster supper was
given for the benefit of the relief fund. There
were not many present at the opening of the
supper, aud .the indications Tvere that a very
meager sum would be realized, when tho Hon.
L. B. Harris entered the hall, and, slipping up
to the quartermaster, asked for a supper ticket,
handing him a $100 note in payment and refus
ing any change..
We are in receipt of the following list of the
newly installed officers of George L. Fowler
Post, No. 153, Berlin Heights, Ohio, from Com
rade George L. Fowler, of that place: Com
mander, F. A. Eldredge ; S. V. ft, Emmerson
Andrews; J. V. ft, George F. Hill; Adj't, Geo.
W. Myers; Q.M., Charles McOnay; Surgeon,
Geo. M. Austin ; Chaplain, Addison H. Pearl ;
O. D Gilbert H. Ehodes; O. G., William Jar
rett; S. M., Albert Jenkins; Q. M. S., Henry
D. Fisher.
Comrade Georgo ft Jenkins, Washington-ft
H., Ohio, writes us that Johnson Post, No. 401,
was mustered at Now Vienna, Ohio, on the 8th
inst. with forty-six charter members and the
following officers: Commander, G. W. Miller;
S. V. ft, Asa Higgins ; J. V. ft, T. M. Duncan ;
Adj't, J. H. Allison; Q. M., H. Hildebrandt;
Surgeon, George B. Conrad ; Chaplain, B. A.
Hines; O. D., G. W. Weeks ; O. G., J. B.Ab
bott; S. M., T.T. Duncan; Q. M. S., George
Brown.
Comrade J. H. Mnnne. Ontario. O . ivrifptj ntj
that Post No. 395 has elected tho following
officers for the ensuing year: Commander,
Christopher Au ; S. V. ft, W. G. Patterson ; J.
V. ft, Melven Jaques; Surgeon, S. E. Balston;
Chaplain, Frank Sanderlin ; Q. M J. ft Mc
Colley; O. D., W. H. Pierce; O. G., William
Eppley; Adj't, J. H. Mnnne; S. M., D. W.
Cook; Q. M. S., L. W. Eppley. Delegate to
Department Encampment, W. H. Pierce; Al
ternate, S. E. Balston.
Comrado O. C. Dudley, Burgh ill, O., sends us
the following list of the new officers of McFar
land Post, No. 291, of that place : Commander,
W. S. Trimble; S. V. ft, E. Pfouts; J. V. ft,
M. Johnson ; 0. D., B. A. Gamble; O. G., P. L.
Eeed; Surgeon, B. Nephew; Chaplain, T. F.
Paden ; Q. M., J. Biggin ; Q. M. S., J. W. Eich
ards; Adj't, J. D.Burnett; S. M., E. B. Fell;
Sentinel, J. Wylaud ; Delegate to Encampment,
E. A. Gamble.
From Comrade J. W. Mastin, Zanesville, O.,
we have tho following list of the newly in
stalled officers of Hazlett Post, No, 81, of that
place: Commander, S. L. Wiles; S. V. ft, Chas.
Grant ; J. V. ft, Alex. McConncll ; Chaplain,
Bev. H. B. Westervelt; Surgeon, E. B. Os
mond; O.D., Fred. M. Willey; Adj't, John A.
Green; Q. M., G. F. Axline; O. G., J. W."
Downs; S. M., Wm. E. Nesbaum; Q. M. S.,
Wm. S. Maxwell.
Comrado A. B. Crummel. Kingston. 0.. sends
us tho following list of the officers elected by
Maxwell Post, No. 176, of that place: Com
mander, Elias Moore ; S. V. ft, Georgo Barks;
J. V. Or, Joseph Sykes; Q. M., Charles Goth:
Q. M. S., August Scherr; O. D., G. W. Myers;
Adj't, A. B. Crummel; S. M., J. T. Mowry ; 0.
G., Ahram Beavers; Surgeon, Conrad Boss;
Chaplain, Jcsso Boss.
Comrado Joo Worthington, Sprinkle's Mills,
Ohio, Tyritcs us that Ainos Carter Post, No. 383,
Patriot, Ohio, has elected the following officers:
Commander, Joe Worthington ; S. V. ft, Henry
Lear ; J. V. Q., Gcorgo Eachus; Chaplain, Jas.
McCrcady; O. D., Clay Carter; 0. G., John
Edler; Adj't, Hunter Carter; Q. M., John
Harkins; Q. M. S Joo Baker. Tho Post is in
a flourishing condition, mustering recruits at
every meeting.
Comrado John M. Ervin, Lucas, Ohio, sends
us a listof tho officers installed on tho 5th inst.
by P. O. Swigart Post, No. 116, of that place, as
follows: Commander, D. B. Leiter; S. V. ft, J.
H. Mowers; J. V. ft, T. A. Parry; Surgeon, J.
L. Maries: Chaplain, B. B. Burger; Q. M.,
John Moffett; O. D Thomas Hanna ; O. G., G.
H.Wilson; Adj't, J. M. Ervin; S. M., J. H.
Leiter ; Q. M. S., Wm. Hcwoy.
Comrado A. S. Bush, Bowling Green, Ohio,
sends us tho following list of tho officers of
Wiley Post, No. 46, of that placo, installed on
tho 7th inst.: Commander, Able Comstock; S.
V. ft, J. B. Newton; J. V. ft, W. B. McCartee
Surgeon, Adolph Wolf; O. D., A. S. Eush;Q.
M., Wm. Noyes ; Chaplain, J. W. Eastin ; O. G.,
J. B. Hall; Delegates, D. W. H. Day and J. B.
Newten.
Comrade Georgo W. Bowlby, Harrison, Ohio
sends us tho following list oBtho new officers
of John Campbell Post, No. 201, of that placo :
Commander, Georgo W. Bowlby; S. V. ft,
Georgo Ycagor ; J. V. ft, George E. Haskill ; O.
D., Christopher Doorman ; Q. M., J. VL Hart
pener; Chaplain, Leon idas Flora; Surgeon, W.
F. Howard; O. G., Phillip Corbin; Adj't, John
H. Penny.
Tho Eev, S. A. Justice, who says he is a
member of James H. Bradley Po3t, Stryker,
Ohio, informs us that ho has been expolled
from tho United Brethren Church because of
his connection with tho Grand Array. Com
rade Justice was a pri'aio in company 1, 125th
Ohio V. I. It is tho United Brethren Church
and not Comrade Justice that is tho loser.
INDIANA.
Tho Encampment of thi3 Department will
be held at Indianapolis, commencing ou the
22d prox.
From Comrado Charles H. MycrhofiT, Erans
ville, Ind., wo havo a list of officers recently
elected by Farragut Post, No. 27, of that place,
installed on the 10th of January by Past Com
mander W. II. Keller, a3 follows: Commander,
Charles II.Mverhoff; S. V. ft. William War
ren ; J. V. ft, John J. Hays; Q. M., F. S. Wcs
scler; Surgeon, J. W. Compton ; Chaplain, A.
ft Eoscucmnz; O. D., John M. Laughlin; O.
G., J. D. Carraody; Adjt., Aug Leich; S. M.,
ft Beichardt; Q. M. S., S. B. Lewis; Bepresen
tativcs to tho Department Encampment, Wm.
Warren, Aug Leich and Dan S. Wilson.
Comrado Myorhoflf also informs ns that
on January 2 he installed tho officers of
Masters Post, No. 120, of Boonovile, Ind., as
follows: Commander, S. L. Tyner; S. V. ft, S.
D.Lett; J.V. ft, T. J. Downs; Q. M.,S.F.
Kattcrjohn; Surg., T. J. Lamar; Chaplain, Jno.
Stephenson; 0. D., ft M. Dillingham; O. G.,
John ft Shafer; Adj't, Wm.Sheppard; S.M.,
Gcorgo Bauer ; Q. M. S., Ed M. Miece ; Bepre
sentativcs to Department Encampment, U. T.
Stouo and J. H. McCulIa,
Comrade J. P. Freeman, Boswcll, Ind., in
forms ns that the following officers of Garfield
Post, No. 32, of that place, were recently in
stalled by Colonel Barn oy Shaw, of La Fayette:
Commander, H. ft Harris; S. V. ft, James
Yarhrough; J. V. ft, T. M. Davis; Surgeon, J.
P. Freeman; Chaplain, S. Wiley; O. D., V. E.
Crabb ; O. G., John Yanover : Adj't, J. M. Eock
hold; S. M., L B. Ebcrley; Q. M. S..LD.
High.
Comrade M. Bassett, Wolcottville, Ind., writes
us that Charles Taylor Post, No. 141, of that
place, has elected tho following officers: Com
andcr.W. T. Whitman; S.V. ft, M. Westler;
J. V. ft, Jacob Shuman : Q. 3T., Charles A. Par
dee; O.D..W. Smith; Chaplain, G.W.Wright;
burgeon, Jk. IL Jjroughton; O. G., Wm. Opie;
S. M., Wm. Cramer; Q. M. S., Jas. Tuck; Adjt,
M. Bassett.
Comrade J.M. Barron, Logansport, Intl., sends
us the following list of the officers of Logans
port Post, No. 14 : Commander, M. E. Griswold ;
S. V. ft, W. P. Marshall; J. V. ft, ft H. Barron;
Q. M., O. B.Sargent; Surgeon, A.H. Landis;
Chaplain, B. B. Powell; O. D., I. N. Watkins;
O. G., Bobert Patterson ; Adjutant, J. M. Bar
ron. Delegate to Department Encampment,
O. B. Sargent; Alternate, I. N. Watkins.
Comrade James E. Gordon, Mount Etna, Ind.,
sends us the following list of the newly-elected
officers of Champion Hill Post, No. 241, of that
place: Commander, A. B. Largo; S.V. ft, Peter
Weller; J. V. ft, G. W. Gundey; Adj't, James
E. Gordon; Q. M., J. J. Jackson; Sergeant,
Charles Hooker; Chaplain, Wesley Giltnor; O.
D., Levi Htwkins; O. G., William Bngglcs; S.
M., Wm. Hadley; Q. M. S., George "Halcey;
Delegates, John F. Campbell and John Buggies.
Comrade L. P. Fodrea, WestSeld, Indiana,
sends us tho following list of the officers of Fair
fax Post, No. -240, of that place : Commander,
Jcsso Cook; S. V. ft. James A. Williams; J. V.
ft, J. B. White; Adj't, Captain H. G. Kenyon;
Q. M.. John L. Morse ; Surgeon, Dr. J. B. Pettt
john; Chaplain, Dr. A. D.W. Leavens; O. D.
and Post Inspector, Hon. Thomas J. Lindley;
O. G., Frank Thacker.
Comrade John H. Stewart, Hackleman, Ind.,
sends us the following list of the officers of the
Postal that place: Commander, M. S. Friend;
J. V. ft, I. N. Seal; S. V. ft, 0. ft Kmibrough;
Q. M., T. N. Tygart; Chaplain, W. H- Eoshier;
Adjutant, B.F.Albert; O.D., J. H. Stewart; O.
G., J. M. Wells.
Comrade F. E. Olney, Warsaw, Ind., informs
us that Kosciusko Post, No. 114, of that place,
has adopted resolutions indorsing Senator In
galls' pension bill and condemning the Chicago
Tribune for its unfair criticism of the same.
ILLINOIS.
Comrade J. H. Bruhaker, Sheldon, HI., sends
us the following list of tho newly installed
officers of L. B. Brown Post, No. 151, of that
place: Commander, J. W. Bobinson ; S. V. ft,
E. Hamel; J. V. ft, E. A- Jewett; Adj't, J. H.
Brubaker; Q. M.,Wm. Wood; O.D., A.Patmor;
Chap., M. ft Eegnus ; Snrg., A. ft Speck; S.M.,
Fiuly Hopkins; Q. M. S., L Stivers. Comrade
Brubaker also informs us that thePostrecently
adopted resolutions requesting the Illinois
Senators and Bepresentatives in Congress to
use their utmost endeavore to so change the
pension laws that every surviving enlisted man
shall receive a reasonable amount per month
the remainder of his life; tore-enact the law
touching the arrearages of pension, and to make
good the deficiency in the pay of the army la
the time of war.
Wo are informed by Comrado Thomas M.
Whitehead, that the following comrades were
installed into offico by Driskell Post, No. 209,
on tho 31st ult. : Commander, Jacob- M. Bell ;
S.V. ft, Jackson M. Sheets ; J.V. ft, T. Howard
McCord; Q. M., John Moore; Adj't, Thos. M.
Whitehead; Chap., Bev. B.D. Van Deursen;
Surg., F. T. Baum; S.M, Francis M.Eude;
Q. M. S., George W. Patton ; O. D., John W.
Fisher; O. G., John E. Murphy. The Dele
gates to State Encampment are Comrades John
Moore and M. L. Whiteside; Alternates, J. M.
Sheets and J. W. Fisher.
Wo are indebted to Comrade J. H.Burke
Chester, HI., for the names of the new officers
of Swauwick Post, No. 212, a3 follows: Com
mander, James A. Nolan; S. V. ft, ft ft Stark
weather; J. V. ft, S. H. Thompson; Q. M., J.
N.Brown; O. D., D. L. Howard; Adj't, J. H.
Eurko; Surgeon, J. H. Crawford; Chap.,
E. M. Smith; O. G., J. AY. Enysdale; S. M., A.
W. Durkce. Delegate to State Encsvmpment, ft
ft- Starkweather; Alternate, Wm. Swanwick.
From Comrade ft W. Day? Dixon, HL, wo
havo received the following list of officers
elected by Dixon Post. No. 299. for 1834: Com
mander, C. W. Day ; S. V. ft, Dwight Heaton ;
J. V. ft, Humphrey W. Eaton ; O. D., Isaiah
Kimball ; O. G., Joseph Shellbaum ; Surg., David
H. Law, M. D.; Q. M., G. G. Messer; Chap.,
John Guthrie. Delegate to Department En
campment, ft W. Day; Alternate, G.G. Messer.
Comrade Samuel Wilcox, Greennp, EL. sends
us the following list of officers of Post No. 257,
of that place, installed on the 2d inst.: Com
mander, M. Franklin; S. V. ft, W. Cole; J.V.
ft, L. A. Freeman ; O. D., G. L. Nichols; O. G.,
G. B. Nichols; Chap., S.Wilcox; Surg., J. E.
Greene; Q. M., H. Park; Adj't, W. H. Ward ;
Q. M. S., John Congett; S. M., J. A. B. Bos
worth. Comrade John Garton, Kenney, HI., informs
us that Ansel Tupper Post, No" 190, of that
place, has chosen the following officers for this
year: Commander, F. K. Bobbins; S. V. ft, J.
W. Anderson; J.V ft, John Garton; Chap.,
James Spencer; Q. M., Henry G. Beaty; O. D.,
Charles Braumiller; O. G. Samuel Stewart:
Surg., Crafton Scott; Adj't, Luther Hobhs.
Comrado John W. Leech, Farmington, HI.,
informs us that Georgo Hunter Post, No. 145,
of that place, adopted resolutions on the Sth
inst. thanking Governor Hamilton for tho
sentiments expressed by him in regard to the
ex-soldiers at Elmwood and Canton on the 28th
and 29th ulfc.
Comra'dc E. H. Mead, Huntsville, HI., writes
us that Warren Kerr Post, No. 307, of that place,
has adopted resolntions indorsing the action of
Hon. John E. Thomas in introducing the hill
granting a pension of $3 per month to each
surviving soldier of tho late war.
MICHIGAN.
General Orders, No. 14, issued on tho 2d inst.
at Hillsdale, Mich., by ordor of 0. A. Janes,
Department Commander Wm. H. Tallman, As
sistant Adjutant-General contains tho follow
ing: '
The following Posts have been mustered since
General Orders, No. 13. was issued :
Robert IrwingPost, No.20l, Brooklyn. December
lStli, by F. K. Proctor, A. Q. M. G.; A. J. William
son, commander.
Quackinbush Post, No.20o, Owosso, December 21,
by R. J. Shanks, M. D.; A. J. Patterson, com
mander. Major Weaver Post, No. 20G. Bellair. December
21, byC. B. Mallory, commanding Post No. 86;
H. W. Stewart, commander.
Morgan Wallace Post. No. 207,Leoniaas, Decem
ber 20, by M. A. Merrifleld, J. A.; H. E. Soaula
bury, commander.
Geo. A. Custer Post, No. 03, Galicn, December
28, by M. B. Gardner, commanding Post No. 22. ; 13.
It. Sterns, commander.
Eli Alvord Post, No. 2C9, Montgomery.Dccember
27, by Department commander; E. R. Filzsiru
mons, commander.
E.W. Hollingsworth Post No. 210, Albion, De
cember 23, by W. H. Tallman. A. A. G.; R. Loud,
commander.
J. H. Borden Post, No. 211, Ionia, December 23,
byD. C. Crawford, A. B.C.; A. W. Heath, eei
mandcr. Edwin Picryon Post. No. 212, Col nmbfavijle,, Da
ce nibcr 20, by F. McElroy, commiimlLiy Post Ne
ll I : N. D. Brown, commander.
Tho following list of names of the officers
elected by Post No. 167, of Elsie, Mich.,, is sent
us by Lomrarte Wm. C Woolcy, of that nlace :
Commander, Joseph Davidson: S.V. CL G. Dur-'
fee ; J. V. ft, S. G. Eddy ; Adj't, J. ft Flishcr ;.
burg., J. 1. bargent ; Chaplain, J. O. Wooli;
O. D., J. L. Mudge: Q. M.,E. Smith; O. G.f
Oscar Laclear ; Q. M. S., G. S. Stewart; S. M-,
M. J. Gaboon. Delegate to- State Encampment,
Wm. ft Woolcy; Alternate, Joseph Daviilson.
Comrade B. W. Snrby, Battle Creek, Mich.,
writes na that thirty-two members of Farragut
Post, No. 32, of that place, went to Bellevue oa
tho9thinst.,whcre they muutered CoL J. B. Ma
son Post, No. 213, with the following officers:
Commander, J. A. Birenart; S. V. ft, John
Markbmu; J. V. ft. G. F. Anson; O. D, ft
Hull; Q.M.,ft D..Cogsdell; Surg., It Dilnoj
wnapiain, . v. cccts; acyc, .M. b. Anson; U.
G., F. Hughes ; S. M., S. D. Cook; Q. M. S., E.
B. Bishop.
From Comrade S.tnrl M. White, Grand Eap
ids, Mich., wo havo tho following list of tho
officers of Chataplin Post, No. 2tS,of that placo:
Commander, Smnuel M. White ; S. V. ft, H, A,
Hydon ; J.V. ft, A. S. Parker; Q. 3T,Wm. Rich j
O. D., L. J. Bradford; O. G., S. T. Wilcox;
Chaplain, D. L. Cook ; Surg., James Simmons;
Adj't, Geo. W.Williams; S. M., Wm. Colby;
Q.M.S., Oscar HalL
J. B. McPherson Post, No. 1S3, of Holly,
Mich., recently elected tho following officers;
Commander, L. H. Eipley; S. V. ft, Clark
Stanton; J.V. ft, Eeubon Smith; Q.M.,Lofc
Smith ; Surg., M. D. Elliott; Chaplain, Jen
nings; O. D., Chas. Everts; O. G.. E. J. Eisen
brejr. Delegate to Department Encampment
James Cummins ; Alternate, dark Stanton.
Comrade ft ft Ward, Ludington, Mich., irv
forms ns that at Lather, Mich., n theSth inst.,
Post No. 213 was mustered with eighteen char
ter members, and that Comrade Walter Payne;
was chosen commander.
WISCONSIN.
From Comrade Peter Jordan, National Sol
diers Home, Wis., we havo the following liafe
of the officers of Veteran Post, No. 8, installed
on the 1st inst: Commander, Peter Jordan; S.
V. ft, M. R. Merrill; J. V. ft, Lewis H. Dan
ford: Surg., John McHvsiin ; Chaplain, Jamca
D. Bomington; Q. M., Heury Soramera ; O. D..
Lyman S.Allen: O. G.. Charles E. Peterson:
Adj't, John W. Whitehead; S. 31., A. J.Henry;
. jm. .. jonn rowera. .Delegate to Depart
ment Convention, Colonel Knight: Alternate.
A. P. Slater.
From Comrade. Amos F. Abbott, West Po&ifci
Wis., we received a lis of the officera recently
elected by George. H. Irwin Post, No. 25, of
that place, as follows: Commander, William
Mcintosh; S. V. ft, Sydney Welte; J. V. ftV
Byrou Wafila; Adj't, L. P. Hinds; Q.M Ehea
Duniap; Surgeon, E. H. Irwin; O. G., Henry
Schlossev; O. D., Samuel Holdridge; Q.M.&V
Jacob Wheaton; Chaplain, Henry W. Brown;
S. M., Ira Sodders.
From Comrade ft H. Eichardson. Spencer,
Wi3., we have the following list of the nowly
installed officers of the Post at that place : Com
mander, Wm- Mahoney; S. V. ft,J.K. Hay
ward; J. V. ft, Henry Scigrist; Adj't, W. B
McPherson; Q. M., John Gardner; O.D., S.C.
San ford ; O. G , Henry Bobinson ; S. M, E. A.
Johnson: Q. M.S., H. K. Scott; Surgeon, N.
Gaffing; Chaplain, ft E. Eichardson.
Comrade W. B. Hoyt, Chippewa Falls, WTs.r
informs us that the following officers of James
Comerford Post were installed on January 2
1S34: Commander, W. B. Hoyt; S. V. ft, T. J.
Kiley; J. V. C, Frank Colbnrn: Surgeon. Dr.
McBoan ; Q. M.. J. Hesketh ; O. D W. K How
iesou; O. G., J. A. Duncan; Adi Thoraaa
McBean- S. M H. Held; Q. M. S., M. J.
Duncan.
Comrade Henry Sweetnam.Milwanteev Wis.,
writes us that Robert Chivas Post, No. 2, of
that place, of which he is officer of the day, has
2&i members, owns a hall which cost $7,000,
pays $5 a week to every siclc comrade and 31Q(
at each death to the widow, and that the daes
are only $5 a year, with $1 assessment at tha
death of a member.
MINNESOTA.
Comrade A. J. Hall, Stewart, MJniu, writes
us that General Lytle Post, No. 6J was mus
tered on the 11th inst. at that place, with
twenty-four charter members and the follow
ing officers: Commander. E. S Donaldson ; S.
V. ft, A. F. Jackson ; J. V. C,.L. E. Cook; Cv
D., A. J. Jones; Q. M., A. J. Hall ; Surgeon,
William Senescall; Chaplain, Joseph Montnerr
Adj't, H. J. Heath; O. G., Charles Allea; S.
M Charles Hoyt; Q. M. S., Geo. B. Gardner.
Comrade Henry Westerhouse. Winona, Mincy
sends ns a list of the officers of John BaH Posti
No. 45, of that place, installed on the 4th insfc.
as follows: Commander, David E. Vance; 3
V. ft, Arthur McAllister; J. V. ft, Watson L
Lamson; Surgeon, Jatne ft Town; Chaplain,
Charles A. Jeffrey ; Q. M, John F. Henderson;
O.D., Henry Westerhouse; O. .. Harry Clark;
Adjutant, John B. Mars; S. M.. Frank M. Bil
lings; Q. M.S., Charles W. Msrritt.
From Comrade Henry A. Morse. St. PauL.
Minn., we have the following list of the newly
elected officers of Garfield Post, No. S, of that
place: Commander, J. W. Malcidon : S. V. C,
Wm. B. bobinson ; J. V. ft, Henry A. Morse;
Adj't, Thomas Gibson; Surgeon, "William F.
Fisher; Q. M., R. A. Becker: Chaplain, David.
Comly; S. IL. Perry Starkweather ;0. D., Geo.
Hunter; 0. G., Fred Seibold; Q. M.S., Theo.
Sanders.
Comrade L. P. Fluke, Farmington, Minn.,
writer us that Canby Post, No. 47, which was
organized in last October with twenty-one
charter members, has now forty, with a pros
pect of a large increase in the near future. He
also sends us a very interesting account of a
Camp-fire, held by that Post ou the 1st inst,
which, we regret to say. the erowded condition
of our columns prevents us from publishing.
Comrade J. W. Mead, Mankato. Minn., seuda
us the following list of officers of Ales. Wilkin
Post, No. 19, of that place, installed et tho 24
inst, Commander, William Thomas; S. V. ft,
Clark Keysor; J, V. ft, J. Geo. Kon:g: Sur
geon. Oscar Trinkler ; Q. M, Frank Wilkin ; O.
D., W. L. Coon ; O.G., BAer6 Thomas: Adj't,
G. W. Mead ; Q. M. S., MHtoa Hanna; S. M. S.
W. Burgees..'
Through an error in our fesee of the 10th
inst. we placed XeherfeL. MeCbok Past, No. 23,
of Glanaoe, Minn., under the Depaxliaen.t of
Michigan.
IOWA.
Comrade Henry Fry. Atlantic, lawn, writes
us as follows: On January 2, 1 visited Colonel
W. H. Worthington Post, No. 9, and installed
the following officers: Commander, W. A. HU1;
S. V. ft, James O'Brien ; J. V. ft, J. F. Smiley;
Adj't, E. Littler; Q. M., Sam. W. Garvin;
Chaplain, John Twinning; Sargcon, George
Dickey; O.D..J. B. Eeed; O. G.. Thos. Wall
bee; S.M.,W.W.WooIf; Q.M.S.TW.M. Smith.
The Post is prospering finely, the boys wide
awake and full of enthusiasm.
On -Wednesday, January 9,1 visited E. ft
Abbott Post, No. 201, at Lewis, and installed
the foBowing officers: Commander, J. B. Erion;
S. V. ft, J. S. Morgan; J. V. ft, J. Frankim;
Chaplain, D. A. Buckhalter; Q. M.,W. A. Ken
nedy; Adj't, E. ft Kennedy; Surgeon, L. 31.
Andrews; O.DW.J. Hull; O. G., S. Craid;
S. M., V. M. Bradshaw; Q. M.S., J. B. Myers.
This Post also has bright prospects for the fu
ture. On Friday evening, January 11, Past Depart
ment Commander H. E. Griswold installed the
following officers of Samuei Rice Post, No. 6r
Commander, Henry Fry; S. V. ft, Bobert Ma
jor; J. VC., Joseph Stonehouse; Adj't, T. N.
Bray; Chaplain, Bev. W. G. Burk; Surgeon,
W. G. Sherwood; O. D., W. J. Viucent; O. G..
J.-D. Wise; Q. 31., F. P. H. Daley; S. M., I. S.
uoron.
"C," Vinton, Iowa, writes ns that Van Meter
Post was recently mustered at Van Horn, Iowa,
with seventeen charter members, by Com
mander H. H. Eddy and a delegation of com
rades from P. M. Coder Post, of Vinton, and
that the following officers were elected by fcha
new Post: Commander, J. E, Catlin; S- V. ft,
Geo. S. Porter; J.V. ft, J. A. Stanley; Adj't
ft S. Kimball; Surg., J.K. Wagner; Chaplain,
J. L. Copper; Q. M., H. B. Burns ; O. D-, A. ft
Aldrich; O. G., Chas. Young; S. M., ft Han3r
ley ; Q. M. S., ft ft La Rue.
Comrade J. N. Van Skike, Brandon Iowa,
sends us tho following list of the. newly la
stalled officers of Colonel Lawrence S.jShuiler
Post, No. 166", of that place: Commander,. H
IGmliniied on 6& sage.
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