J. P. Pierce installed as chaplain of G. A. R.
is tionV Meeting of the (i. A. li. The regular olllcial meeting of Smith Gavitt Post No. lit!), G. A. U., of this city, took place last evening at Durley'i hall, their regular place of meeting, Although the weather was a little cold and disagreeable the old veterans turned out in full force. After a few tonics had been discussed Mustering Ollicer James Jenkins installed the fol- fol- j lowing olllcers for the coming year: W. It. Hay, commander; r . A. Morrau, senior vice; John Liriruer, junior vice; J.P.Pierce, chaplain; J. W. Totters-man, Totters-man, Totters-man, ollicer of the d-ty; d-ty; d-ty; T. 11. Willough-by, Willough-by, Willough-by, quartermaster; N.J. Lowe, sentinel: sentinel: li. F. Lamb, ollicer of the guard; William Gibbon, surgeon. After the installation speeches were made by Capt. Black, ex-commander ex-commander ex-commander Smith, Geo. Cad well and several of the ladies. Congratulating Congratulating the new olllcers soon followed followed and then the meeting adjourned.