The young men of Lodi township met at the town hall last week Wednesday and proceeded to organize a Cleveland and Thurman company which will be one of the novelties of political organizations during the present campaign. The club will be known as the Lodi Cavalry Company, Cleveland and Thurman Guards, and every member will be mounted, equipped and instructed for regular cavalry drill. There were thirty-two members who attended the first meeting for organization, and within a short time the number will undoubtedly be increased to a hundred or more, as the boys are f uil of enthusiasm on the subject. The officers elected at this meeting of the company were Philip Blum, jr., captain; Wm. Lamborn, ürst lieuténant: Lester Sweetland, second lieutenant; Michael Sage, örst sergeant: Michael Eagan, second sergeant. The roster of the organizers of the company is as follows: Michael Aberly, Martin Aberly, August Binder. Frederick Binder, George Bohnet, Charles Blaess, Charles Bowmiller, Thomas Burroughs, Christian Brown, Joseph Burkhardt, Edward Clough, Frederick Cofferman, George Dold, VVilliam Eagan, John Fritz, George Ghentner, Henry Golz, Frank Glover, John Grosahaus, Martin Grosshaus, Nelson llogaii. Frednck Kappler, Frednck Luckhardt, Manuel Luckhardt, James Steward, Frank Stapish, Gordon Wallace. The comDany will hold regular drills until they have gained a proüciency in drill, and will be a leading feature in the campaign parades.