gan to mend and was allowed to talk freely, I learned his name, Charley Percy, that he was a native of Bayou Sara, Louisiana, and a member ofvery sick or to convalescents.
It was beautiful to see how young Percy delighted to assist in waiting on these visitors to The Soldiers' Rtwo large boxes of clothing and stores for the Louisiana soldiers.
Percy assisted to unpack these boxes, soon finding himself amply providederving his gun to the last, he met a soldier's death.
Alas! poor Percy, his fate seemed hard; yet, while sincerely grieving, I remembered of glory.
There came to the hospital at the same time with young Percy an intimate friend and comrade of his, whose name and the circumstager of eternal silence was laid upon the fevered lips.
Of course Percy was not told how his friend died until long afterward, when his que
Suddenly Major Wheat near by sprung from his horse with a cry of Percy, old boy I Why, Bob I was echoed back, and a warm embrace followed.