For some time past it has been known that there has been but little harmony in Company A, several of the members of the company desiring its disbandment. The others of the company desired the captain's resignation and considerable bad feeling was stirred up. There has been light attendance at the drills. In the expectation of fhe disbandment of the company a list of fiftytwo names was prepared for the purnnse of formina: a new company, L wv - - - O Mm m composed principally of clerks and young business men and including several of the members of the present company. Inspector-General Lathrop was here Wednesday to inspect the company. Only about thirty turned out to the inspection, while the company will have to turn out fifty men for the state encampment. The inspector-general interviewed a number of the business men to get their views on the disbanding of the present company and will report the result to the governor. It will be known in a few days whether the personnel of the company will be changed.