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[190] marched upon the stage in the following order: Rozier Zouaves, Hibernian Rifles, Bluff City Zouaves, Maurelian Cadets, Jones Cadets and the Chickasaw Guards.

The officers of the ceremonies were:

Hon. Josiah Patterson, master of ceremonies.

Vice-PresidentsMr. Joseph Flynn, Captain L. B. McFarland, Mr. Luke E. Wright, Mr. J. A. Taylor, Captain J. Harvey Mathes, Mr. W. A. Collier, Colonel R. Dudley Frayser, Mr. James E. Cleary, Mr. John Linkhauer, Mr. J. H. Martin, Mr. T. B. Gurley, Mr. Napoleon Hill, Major T. H. Hartmus, Hon. E. S. Hammond, General A. J. Vaughan, Dr. G. B. Thornton, Hon. T. W. Brown, Hon. J. S. Galloway, Hon. M. C. Gallaway, Captain W. W. Carnes, Mr. Henry Buttenberg, Mr. Z. M. Estes, Mr. B. Vaccaro, Major B. J. Semmes, Mr. W. J. Crawford, General M. T. Williamson, Major R. J. Person, Captain E. A. Cole, Mr. J. M. Keating, Hon. J. Montedonico, Colonel C. M. Heiskell, Hon. Martin Kelly, Mr. F. R. Brennan, Hon. J. W. Clapp, Major G. W. McRae, Captain H. C. Warriner, Mr. W. H. Carroll, Mr. Holmes Cumming, Mr. John W. Cochran, Colonel C. W. Frazer, Mr. A. D. Gwinn, Major J. J. Murphy, General James R. Chalmers, Mr. A. J. McLendon, Mr. P. M. Winters, Mr. Thomas H. Allen, Sr., General R. F. Patterson, Mr. Fred Wolff.

The programme of ceremonies, as follows, was commenced a little after 8 o'clock:

1. ‘Repose in Peace’(paraphrase)Arnold's Orchestra.
2. Opening RemarksBy the Chairman.
3. PrayerRt. Rev. C. T. Quintard.
4. ‘Nearer, My God, to Thee’Choir and Orchestra.
5. Memorial AddressHon. Luke W. Finley.
6. ‘How Blest The Righteous When He Dies’Choir and Orchestra.
7. Oration Hon. T. B. Edgington.
8. ‘Asleep in Jesus’Choir and Orchestra.
9. Oration General George W. Gordon.
10. ‘Rest, Spirit, Rest’Choir and Orchestra.
11. Oration Hon. Casey Young.
12. St. Cecilia—HymnNavarro.

Arnold's Orchestra

13. Benediction Rev. M. N. Long.
14. ‘Bereft’Lenox.

It had been announced that Hon. Isham G. Harris would preside over the exercises, but as he had been called unexpectedly to New

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