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--The Montgomery Guard, Capt. John Dooley, despite the unfavorable condition of the weather, turned out yesterday 40 odd strong, rank and file, to honor the anniversary of the birth of the patron Saint of Ireland. The company marched to the inspiring music of the 1st Regiment band, and clad as they were in comfortable overcoats, looked capable of standing any amount of fatigue. The company flag — stars and stripes, the first in a ground work of green surrounding the harp of Erin, was borne to the breeze on the occasion. The company marched to Hattorff's garden, where the day was spent most pleasantly. At night a dinner was given by the Hibernian Society of this city.

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