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I HIS TOVRTEESin. . tha tho Projrrammo "of Exerdsoe Attending Laying; of tho Coroer-Stoao of Sfoniunent, Tlie Fourteenth of September will be fit tingly celebrated. In additioh to the regular formalities and phases of celebration there will be the dedication of the Fourteenth of September monument erected to those who loet their lives in the act of disenfraichiae- ment from alien and negro rule. The cornerstone of that monument will be laid neon the 14th of September. The opening prayer neper-Biatfcutly of aeon-tract by-John ' the will be-made by Dr. Palmer, the benediction br icar- Ueneral Bog art. -Senator it. r. Jonas will be orator. of tie day and Gen. John Glynn. Jr., will lay tho corner-stone. Jud-re Marr, who presided over the meeting' on the 14th of September, 1874, when messengers were sent to Kelio? to warn him to step down and out of the gubernatorial chair, will preside and make ail anuoanco-ments. Xhe xTimmittee of an-anc-omenta of tha Fonrteenthpf September Monunitital Asso ciatton consists of the following gentlemen Messrs. F.G. Freret ehairmeB; John Glynn. Jr.. D. M. hiipatnek-aiid D. A. H. Vaught The ceremonies will commence promptly at 4 o'clock. The participants in the struggle of Sep.t 14, 1S74, actually in actiou or on duty that day, will assemble at Waxlungtoa Artillery Halt promptly at 2:;W p. nu, r-ceive their ba'dges from their old orhcers. It would be well for those conunauders of companies who have failed to leave their orders for their quoto of badges with CoL George H. Lord, at P-J2 Ota Tier street to do so. The dffferent military organizations of the city will furnish the citizen soUliory who took part m the light with a creUitaii-s eseort . The Wowing order ha been ijed from head iiMrtcrs .to tho members ui the Crescent City White League: . . -. - . HEAixjCAaTEas C. C. W. LJ i urieaas, si t S. ltwl. 1 Special .Orders 'o. 1.J . , L This regiment will form in aceordance with the rank of .company. commandeTa, a lodows: . 1. Company G-Capt D. M. Kilpatrick. .2. Company E-iUeut Win, Fagan, com. mauding. . . 3. C oinpeny C-Lieut . L O'Brien, comma ml tag. 4. Vomoan-l ('apt L IS. S. Sellick. J. Comiaiiil 4japt Geo. L Loi.k '.6. Company A Lieut L B- Bili'oiir, com. mandkig. . 7. Company K-Capt Edward FloodT, . K. Company D-laent 3L A Alley n, com-tnamUng . . ti. Company h( apt Thomas llclntyre. 1L Capt. ueo. Ii. Lord, Company ii, with regimental colors, will report promptly at 3 o clock. Ca-.L-ain will form on tnia co Lpany in the above order. tsy -order 01 tieut col . r.. nnger. , . D. A. S. V AUGHT. AiLntant, Company B, Continental Guards, in accordance with rs issued by Capt A. E Fat-o. will assemble at their armor r on Monday next at 3 o' to partiatpace ia the unveiiing ceremonies. .

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  1. The Times-Democrat,
  2. 11 Sep 1891, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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