Other Articles Clipping from Baltimore Sun, Sat, Nov 6, 1886.

Clipped from US, Maryland, Baltimore, Baltimore Sun, November 6, 1886

-id*??, esse d I. W. ikee. V. K.i of aJo ro-ie. A loan ? out n the The iwaitto rig in of H e r-No.'or a fr rey and10 wn tivesailed 5 Ivy t the ian’s the r the ed airinfirh id him. He say? is sentwithrnu yrarrs i lurgift4 iiuu lur iiiiv »uhvj*has made on me as a Christian woman.”The Gettysburg Monument.—The monu-nrHM t of the *J i 1d. Infantry, C. 8. A., is now at Gettysburg. and will he immediately put in its place. The com mi r tee of arrangements have selected Friday, November 19, for dedi-cation. Capt. George i'bomas, of St. Mary’s county, acting adjutant of the regiment at the battle, and wno was badly wounded in the charge on the works July 2, will deliver the address. Rev. Dr. Randolph McKim, aid on Geu. Georpe H. Stewart’s staff, will be invited to open the services with prayer. The surviving members of the Second Maryland, under Maj. W. \V. Gold*torough, the Army and Navy Society and the Maryland Line, under Gen. B. T. Johnson, will be present. Geu. George H. Stewart, who commanded the brigade to which the Second Maryland was attached, will be the chief marshal. Ail ex-Confederates and their friends are invited. Much interest is manifested, and it is expected a large number will attend. The occasion will be a most interesting one to Maryland people, lor the monument will be the first Confederatememorial erected on the battlefield of Gettysburg, and will be under the auspices of the Maryland Regiment which participated in that battle, commanded by the surviving lt;filters who were present there.Excursion trains will be run on Western Maryland Railroad, returning in the evening. A fine military band will accompany the excursion and participate in the parade at Gettysburg. A meeting of the Confederate societies in the city will be held on the 17th instant to complete arrangements.