nterment, and erection of the new headstones, and all has been most satisfactorily done.
The future care of this New Confederate Section, in which the Confederates have been reburied, will be included in the annual appropriation for Arlington Cemetery by the United States Congress.
The committee of the Charles Broadway Rouss Camp, which accomplished this patriotic work, is as follows:
Chairman Samuel E. Lewis, M. D., of the District of Columbia, commander of the camp.
Major E. Willoughby Anderson, of Virginia, first lieutenant commander.
Major Henry M. Marchant, of Texas, second lieutenant commander.
Captain William Broun, of Virginia, adjutant.
Captain John M. Hickey, of Tennessee.
Lieutenant N. C. Munroe, of Georgia.
Judge Silas Hare, of Texas.
Captain Julian G. Moore, of North Carolina.
From first to last of its work the committee of the Charles Broadway Rouss Camp has had the sympathy, encouragement, and aid of General Marcus J. Wright, Washington,