rs and good nature for everybody.
If it is given to the spirits of great commanders to sit at the banquet board with the followers and admirers still in the flesh, General Robert E. Lee must have kissed the phantom-blade in salutation to the noble men whom he often led.
The first table.
The gentlemen at the first table were General Bradley T. Johnson (presiding), General Wade Hampton, General Hooker (congressman from Mississippi), Captain Booth, Major W. H. Wigfall, Major Skip--with Wilmer, Colonel Spencer Jones, Rev. William M. Dame, Captain A. J. Smith, General J. L. Brent, Colonel Henry Kyd Douglas, Major R. M. Blundon, Captain L. N. Hope and Winfield Peters.
The New York Veterans.
Their first annual dinner.
The Confederate Veterans' Camp of New York gave its first annual dinner this evening in the great dining-room of the New York Hotel.
The hall was tastefully decorated with the Stars and Stripes and in the centre there hung a portrait of General Robert E. Lee.