great abundance, and the hour for parting came all too soon.
The formal programme.
It was nearly a quarter-past 8 o'clock when FirstLieutenant-Com-mander A. C. Peay, in the absence of Commander Laughton, called the assemblage to order, and in a few words recalled the sacred cause which they had come together to celebrate.
ton, D. C.:
R. E. Lee Camp, Confederate Veterans, reciprocates your kindly greeting, and pledges eternal fidelity to the memory of our illustrious chieftain. A. C. Peay, Lieutenant-Commander, Commanding.
Captain Parks' fine address.
Captain Parks was then introduced as the orator of the evening, and was cordially receivee Davis, Sr., by special request, sang several dialect songs, which were liberally applauded.
Judge Farrar speaks.
Judge F. R. Farrar was called upon by Commander Peay, and responded very happily.
He prefaced his remarks with a graceful compliment to Captain Parks, and said he had no desire to mar the perfect autonomy, as h