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enjoyed the reunion, is worthy of notice in Medford annals. They were Aldermen William Cushing Wait, Walter F. Cushing, Lewis H. Lovering and J. R. Teel, with Richard Gibson, E. C. Ellis, George T. Sampson, Herman L. Buss, William H. Casey, Allston H. Evans, N. E. Wilber, E. F. Kakas, Charles H. Loomis and E. I. Langell, of the council. As their former clerk Langell called the roll, fitting notice was taken of Those who answer not, however we may call. Auditor Cummings and Collector Hayes were guests of the evening. After the dinner came the smoke talk with everybody in it and a final word by chairman Loomis to close the First Session. Judge Wait presided over the Second Session opening court (?) with words of greeting. Councilman Evans paid tribute to Medford by reading original verses:-- Medford. There's a Medford in Wisconsin, And there's also one in Maine, And in Maryland for Medford We do not look in vain. Even Oklahoma Boasts a Medford of her own, But about one in Arka
Those other Medfords. The verses found elsewhere in this issue bring to mind the effort made by the Register a few years since, to furnish some reliable information of the other Medfords of our country (see Vol. XV II, p. 99). We had then secured a portion, but being under prospect of discontinuance, could not well pursue inquiry of the eight then unheard from. There were then fourteen in all. At this later date, former councilman Evans seems to have no better success with Arkansas, than did the Register. Just now we are wondering what the Nathaniel Medford Club organized in Pittsburg in 1864 was, and whether Medford enterprise (or spirit) was operative in the smoky city fifty-four years ago. We find the same mentioned in one of our recent exchanges. Who knows anything about it?