Clipped From The Times-Picayune
one ox the Texas regiments- regiments- and abeua- abeua- doned a handsome position in Houston to join me eecond Ijoulslana as a private. Be Was made onartermaarr er?eant. and It is through his efiJciency that the command has' managed to live so well. As an Illustration of the feeling one man of a company has for another, the yoang ougier vpo&e 01 ITivate Harry ArintstronK. known . as the doctor of the command. This voane soldier. 1aa far from tnan- tnan- hood, has from; the time the regiment left few vrrieana snown ine greatest wuung- wuung- ness to aid the alck In his comoanT. When a man in the -line -line Is taaen sick I at night it is always Armstrong who is , awakened. The men never think of the aurgeon. and it Is this voanx private who sits up night after, night and administers 10 ine men. - lie voinnteerea to nurse Lieutenant . McClure. who recently died. and the men as a result have learned to think a great deal of their amateur nurse ana - pnysicln. .-,--- .-,--- .-,--- .-,--- .-,--- .-,--- just Derore leaving a van nan. ine mm united states :tvairr arrived, "xtiis is the third time the Second Louisiana and tbe'eavelrr command have been camped together The .-. .-. .-. Fifth was at the alr grounds : before the volunteei regiment went Into aervice. and at Mobile the lou- lou- isiana men joined the same corps wun their old friends. Again they are to gether, and they will doubtless remain near each other until the aovernment musters the Louisiana regiment out of the service. ' - .- .- -. -. The Tonnar- Tonnar- busier will remain in the city Xor a week with his mother and fami ly, and then rejoin the regiment and sau with It to Cuba. In Savannah this de parture 1 Is : not exoected to occur until the latter part of the present month, ai- ai- tnougn -tne -tne papeit state an earner oate.