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Col. Newton B. Lord, formerly of Brownville, and well known throughout Northern New York, died at Santiago, Chili, April 15. Col. Lord organized the 35th regiment at Brownville (in the state service) and was elected major, then col- onel on the resignation of Brown and Potter. His was one of the first regiments to go to the front, and he won the lasting esteem of all who served under him. He was wounded and resigned his commis- sion in 1863. He afterwards organized a regiment at Madison Barracks. At the time of his death he was president of the Warrior Coal Fields railroads and of Pen- sacola and Memphis railroad companies.