or Stiles the following:
Virginia mourns the last of her great Soldier Triumvirate, Jackson, Lee, Johnston—all stainless; each one as good as great.
Within a year after he drew aside the veil that hid the image of the God-like Lee, Johnston himself passed from us, and beyond that greater vale the three Christian heroes have entered upon immortal comradeship.
Weeping Virginia, though RacChristian religion.
The speaker showed how Sir Philip Sidney, Havelock, Chinese Gordon, Jackson, Lee, and others were not anomalies, but the development of the soldier-life, and drew a striking pictf Music, Sunday afternoon, April 26th.
The commodious hall was filled to its utmost capacity.
Lee and Pickett Camps Confederate Veterans attended in a body.
Governor McKinney and Colonel William shone with resplendent brightness in his fighting march from Dalton to Atlanta.
Compared with Lee's last campaign.
The brilliancy of this campaign, the speaker continued,
will further ap
Camp of Confederate Veterans of Mississippi, announcing the decease of its Grand Commander, General W. S. Featherstone, at Holly Springs, Miss., May 28, 1891, offered the following resolutions:
Resolved, That recognizing the eminent military and civic services of our late comrade, and recalling his devoted loyalty to, and sympathy for, the memory of the cause which we have organized to commemorate, and in which he bore a conspicuous part:
1. As an officer under Generals Joe Johnston and Lee in Virginia, and later under Generals Joe Johnston and Hood in the West, the United Confederate Veterans, in reunion assembled, do hereby express their deep sorrow at his death, acknowledge their irreparable loss in being denied his continued valuable service in a cause so near his and the hearts of us all, and their irrepressible regrets that the inscrutable decrees of an all-wise Providence have deprived them of the fond privilege of his courtly presence and wise counsels at this—a reunion