The Tentti Waud Band Aoain. A member of this band sends us tho following, and we comraondtlie suggestion sugges-tion to the consideration of some of our enterprising citizens. In yjm liberal local item of Tees-day, Tees-day, headed "Serenading," you could not have -expressed the wish of the "Tenth Ward Band" more fully, had you tried to. For quite a long time they have been endeavoring to uniform, they being tho only band in the city that are at present ununiformed. They devote two nights regularly every week to practice, and endeavor to procure pro-cure all the latest music, for the benefit bene-fit of tho inhabitants of this city. If some of our prominent citizens would I .liiiil a Miluijjjtiuii to 'aid in unifbrnl-1 unifbrnl-1 in- Llicui, they would present a ktl I appearance on holiday occasions, when I they aro always on hand to contribute I their share for the general good. I Who will move in this mattci?