1892-05-29 FARR J M P

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1892-05-29 FARR J M P - The Rifles stand second best of any company in...
The Rifles stand second best of any company in the state under the inspection of Lieutenant Satterlee. Captain J II. P. Farr commands this company and is very proud of the record they have made. The company has been organized only two years. Three times since their organization they have done valiant service for the state in suppressing riots in southwest Georgia. The company numbers forty-three men but only nine have been in camp. Their Quarters are conspicuous for their neat appearance and general cleanliness. Just at the entrance to their quarters is displayed a very handsome flap of blue silk displaying the coat of arms of Georgia embroidered in gold. This flag was made and presented to them by Miss Wideman the sponsor of the company. Ries stnd scnd te stte te inspeton Leutenant SaterJe. J. )1 command ths compauy an ver reord rmpany bEn organize Tre tmes 'l"'aiant 8tat i riot southwet Gerga. Te numbs fort mtl nine bE.'n Teir apparance gencra dcanlnes" entranCe t qtrters 'l"'E.'r fag dsplayg te coa t Irms embroidlf fag present t Iss 'idemn te te comman ¬ . . . . . . - , - . . , , . , . . ) ' ' ' . ' ' ' " ' ' . ' ' ! " . ' ' " ' . ' , ' \ \ " " ' ) - -

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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 29 May 1892, Sun,
  3. Page 17

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