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In memory of General J. B. Hood. [from the New Orleans, la., Picayune, September 4, 1904.] Tribute to the famous Confederate soldier. A life filled with noble deeds and faithful service. Sketch of General Hood's military career-heroic traits in his character. In Memoriam. note.—Tuesday, August 30, 1904, was the twenty-fifth anniversary of the death of General J. B. Hood. Sadly and wearily, Eyes dimmed by grief, Thou, who has fought for us With thy blood bought for us, Freedom so brief— Slumbereth now peacefully, Resteth now fair, Could I but have thee now, Soothe from thy furrowed brow All lines of care! Bleeding and aching wounds Counted for naught, They did not pierce thy heart, Injustice's cruel dart Such sorrow wrought. Only the victor is Honored and cheered, But Defeat's martyr must To kind oblivion trust, Misery reared. Yet, where is he so strong, Standing alone, Fighting with Dignity All the Malignity, As thou hast done? Though thou art dead and