Clipped From Democrat and Chronicle
Thomas Bundy, the colored man whose death was noticed in yesterday's issue, has had quite a history. He was a member of a Confederate colored regiment during the war and was captured by the 108th Volunteers just before its close. On their return to this city Bundy accompanied them as colonel Pierce's servant, and afterwards engaged in bunlue-:s bunlue-:s bunlue-:s here, iinauy removing to Aiumiora, A meeting of the regiment was hell last evening in the mayor's ollice and a committee committee appointed to draft appropriate resolutions. resolutions. All members wishing to attend the funeral are requested to meet at the Roch ester and Pittsburg station at 8 :30 o'clock this morning.