Mayor Luick has appointed the cora Hiittees to take care of Co. A when i arrivés in this city next week. The meinbers of the compauy ought to be showu more appreoiation than ordiriary They have lost their armory for whicl they worked so hard; they were calle( away to a Christian work to deferid our uation's honor, vet with all thi they return to their native place with out adióme; they come to disperse, no in their arniory, but on some street Bnt, no! The citizens of Am Arboi will give them a home. The Blks hal will be their place of rendezvous anc there they will leave their arms and partake of a hearty meal. A speech of welcome will be made at the depot by Capt. Oharles E. Hiscock. Following are the committees: Mayor Gottlob Luick, general ehair man. Entertainment comruittee - Lieut. Ambrose Pack, Dean M. Saebolt, James R. Back, George J. Haller. J. E. Beal. FiBance coromittee - S. W. Beakes. Major Sid W. Millard, Don Starks Ohas. Kyer, John Baker, Sewarc Cramer, John Koch Receiving committee - Col. H. S. Dean, Major Harrison öoule, Charles H. Manly, William Day, John C. Ammerman, H. Wirt. Newkirk, Fred Schund, M. E. Cooley, chief engineer, ü. S. N., Major V. C. Vaughau, Majar C. B. Nancrede.