Retreat of the Cabinet. [from the Richmond, Va., times, July 2, 1896.]
Described by President Davis' Confederate Secretary. The great Chief's noble conduct.He cheered his faithful Adherents with words of Encouragement— little children blessed him and brought him flowers.
[This deeply interesting narrative was published on the date of the laying of the corner-stone of the monument to President Jefferson Davis, in Monroe Park, at Richmond, Va., July 2, 1896. Captain Clark has been a constant supporter, and is a life member of the Southern Historical Society, and has been meritedly highly successful in his progressive business enterprises.—Ed.]