GENERAL WINSLOW DIED SATURDAY Watertown Loses One of Her First Citizens--Had an Eventful Career. General Bradley Winslow, one of the best known veterans of the Civil War, died Saturday afternoon at the City Hospital in Watertown, aged 83. For over half a century he was a leader among men in the North Coutry. He commanded two regiments in the late rebellion, was Mayor of Watertown, and had served as State Senator. General Winslow was born, Aug. 1, 1831 near the city of Watertown, and he spent practically his entire life in Jefferson county. As an attorney he was among the best, as a soldier he never sent his men where he would not go himself and as a citizen Watertown has lost one of her best.