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made by T. T. HAYDOCK, which b
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: LEADING BUGGY OF A3IEIUCA I
Ilaydock's Safety King Bolt and Fifth Wheel
Ask your dealer for the A. T. HAY-
DOCK Buggy, -with the lladockSafe
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open tiie uoor. lie inns uacic to avoid
Equal (u n Kcg-imcm.
"Pa," said a little Kentucky boy,
''what is the title of a man who com
mands a regiment?"
"Colonel, my son."
"Do vou command a regiment?"
"les, somewhat. I don t conun
regiment of soldiers," the colonel ex
plained. "We are having times of peace,
uow. I only command your mamma."
"Is my mamma a regiment f
"Yes, indeed, "' he replied, with a sigh,
"your mamma is a regiment a whole
the heat, then steps forward, looks into
tue emptv cvlinaer.-ana tiien remurlc
with a laugh:
"Sold, by mighty! That boy's
'llirl nnln.nrl .1mm -VXlllflfirc vnI VI
Instantly the doore are clnsnd. fvnrv
j window comes down with a bang, and a
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ductor, with a shudder, if he won't
please shut the ventilators. Boston Trail-script.
Xl a. CUmuI Aryiiaicnl.
"Did you ever consider the inappropri
ateness of things in this world of ours?"
cowl vnnno n:,f....lw...l- (-. Altoo T7,.,r..,
I cum juung vji iiiiauiiuuaiv iij silica i' iinoiiii-
TiiN picture will be fiiruiiiiuii on a iarp i feather, while they were indulging in a
i rrimin nf rrnnnnt flin 1ini nr.iiinrr
cord printed In clrfnuil style, lo any out to 4th t ! !.-, -. T !.,. " ,o .
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the lady's reply.
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AXlM youmr man, "iust see. you have chosen
the blue ball
who will agree to frame it.
SEND FOlt CATALOGUE
WHOLESALE PKICE LIST.
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Corner Plxun and -Twelfth Streets
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V A (U VI Uif A
XO IXYE?TMEST bO FliOF-JTJJSLJS-
What Fancy Canines Arc Worth.
It is customary for- the exhibitors a.
our bench shows to place opposite the
dog's name in the catalogue a iiiiure,
which is presumed to indicate the price
of the animal. Sometimes it is 25:
sometimes it is 10,000. The former is
what the owner would sell the clog for.
if he could; the latter is only -another
way (and a poor W-vthat), of saying
that t..e dog is not for sale. When
bench shows in this country Avere, by
eight years, more of a novelty than thev
arc to-dav. it was not unusual to see a
WEST POINT CADETS.
I5ow they Enter the military Acad
emy Their Studies.
latious. The duties of the cadet officers
being strictly defined, an undue exercise
of authority, or a captious and doraineer-
mir manner, is restrained oy wnac ma
...., .... ..i... , luir manner, is restrained oy wnat nm
The New York Herald prints a sketch ( be" termed the public opinion of the
of the United States military academy at I corps. The cadet officers never act as
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the following extract
Jl,ai 1 JULl " vuuauu !lrc to-ciay, it was not unusual to see a
Now, you are anything but . crowd of open-mouthed vUitors gathered
;stllifcather!" ! about iho. stnll nfnAin.Onn (nr mninlv
blue, 3Iiss Fiwsaiifcather!" I about the stall of a 10.000 do-? im.tclv
Very wnnrlnrinrr nf. iip!i n. rrnlfl initio ino!inl
.. v.-vv... ,.,w Ml.wk v.v.. mm..m. . -w --- -
fur. At the present day, how
"Yirv trnn. l?r f'rimsnnbnjilcr
true,"' came from the blonde, glancing at i jn c0
Liiv; iuiui uii nui iuiii uuiiiui uiiuiut,
"but then you see your
not always hold, for I notice you have
the green mallet and ball."
Crimsonbeak made rather a wicket re
mark as he left the Held. Stattsman.
Amending the Verdict.
The train was just entering Erin, Tenn.,
when he heard the sharp toot! loot!
toot! of the whistle, and such passen
gers as looked from tin windows saw
jan aged African with a bundle over his
shoulder straight ahead on the track.
The -whistle was biown and the bell
runir, but he mid no attention, and ull
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ever, the average visitor is up to stiuu,
and pays iutle attention to the fancy
figures in the catalogue. It is very prob
able that the time will soon come when
exhibitors will ceuso to make themselves
ridiculous by affixing such prices to their
In the catalogue of the last Xew York
bench show less than one-half of the
dogs were priced by the owners. The
values given ran from S2o to $1 0,000.
The total sum of all the values so printed
was in round numbers $:J18,o00. Jt is
perfectly safe to a&sume that the owners
of the other dogs in the show thought
as highly oi their animals as did the ex-
Tltn eadnts liarrtifk. on the south side
of the plain, was completed in 1831. It '
is four stories high, built of stone, with '
fireproof rooms, castellated and corniced
with red sandstone, in the Elizabethan j
si vie. and is the most imposing structure
on tire Point. The building is 300x00
feet, with a wing extending in rear of
the west tower 100x00 feet." It contains
170 rooms, of which 130 are cadets'
quaitcrs, 14x22 feet, arranged in eight
divisions without Interior communica
tions. The west tower and adjacent di
visions are at present used as officers'
quarters. The basement contains a num
ber of bathing rooms, he necessary ap
paratus for heating the whole building
and (liiartcrs for the employes. The
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The original cost of tht? ouiiditig was
$180,000. Together with the neighbor
ing mes hall, cavalry barrack, artillery
barrack, engineer barrack and hospital,
it has been much improved since its first
Here, then, are hived the 2.10 or more
cadets who usually compose the four
classes at the academy ; and it is of some
interest to inquire who they are. how
they get here and what they do when
Each congressional district and Terri
tory also the District of Columbia -is
sim?s 1 reuclicrniist intnrnintion 13 CIC
spised anil unknown among them. When
not on duty there is no distinction be
tween them and the other cadets, but op
occasions of duty the distinction is well
understood and properly maintained.
The cadet privates perform in rotation
the duties of sentinels and guards night
and day through the encampment, but
only at meals or during the hours al
lotted to study in the evening when in
barracks. They are drilled daily from
March lo until November 1, except on
Saturday and Sunday, and sometimes
each day during the encampment as ar
tillery or infantry, the cavalry exercises
being continuous nearly the entire year.
All are thus taught practically the use of
thi riflml musker.the fieldnicce. mortar.
se'gc and seacoast guns, small sword and
hall in the center, over the sally J bayonet, as well as the construction of
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ofasi.ddcn the cowcatcher picked him hibitorswho named prices. Bydoul.lim
mi niif i iiiuiir mill nirv i nor i t nun lmmm . - i j i .. ..... ,i
mi .i.ivi nu wiiti ini.1 n.1 v iu vmiv, oim.. ijiu sum giycn aoove, as uie uncgca
gang ot men brought the body to the
Brrf--V ! A l KS 1
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Quick Maxell to tlie "White House,
depot, and amonjf the dozen of us who
stopped off at the village a coroner's
jury was selected. It seemed a plain
enough case. The man came to his
death by being struck by a locomotive
on the L. and X. road. Such Avas the
verdict rendered, but no so ncr was it
announced than the coroner observed:
"Gentlemen, return and amend your
verdict. You haven't said anything
We returned to the room and amended
by adding that the engineer was blame
less in the case, and the coroner received
"Very good, gentlemen, as far as it
goes, but the man was probably deaf, '
and it would be well to amend the ver
AVe went back and amended to make
the verdict as deaf as a hitching post,
but we were not through et.
"You haven't got the name of the
county in your report, and you don't say
whether it was a fi eight oi a passenger
- nt"ii.luiui.'rfi'v.vi.. .vftuiwiHci
tussle, and were just congratulating our
anifnc nn linvtufr everything ship-shape.
when the coroner put his head into the
doorwa and railed out:
"Gentlemen, amend your verdict .
The confounded corpse has come to
And when we rushed out. to the
r...:.ri.iinti.i bo. was sitting up on end
iimfaskins if anyone had seen his bun
ftle.JMroit Free Pre.
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oi one nan oi the dogs, we mid .o.i,
000 to be the total value of all the ani
mals exhibited. Including the puppies
there were 1,1S5 exhibits. The average
value then would be more than -S-30'J.
This is too high.
We have gone through the c.it tlogue,
and with some care have estimated the
maiket value of each animal named in it.
The owner's prices have been disregarded.
One dog marked in the catalogue at $10,
000, we have put at .$200, another priced
at $100 we have put up to $100. Here ai'c
prices which, as dogs go, we judge to br
approximately correct :
7 tloji,s, north $1,00 ) U0 each
appropriated to the Dialectic Held work3 and bridges and the fabrica
tion nf nil flip, material of Avar. Through-
out the whole ycur.Avhen the Aveather per
mits, guard mounting at half past seven
a. M.,"aud evening dress parade at sun
set are spirited spectacles which break
the monotony of cadet life.
At the end of August the cadets
break up the encampment and repair to
the barracks, Avherc the remaining nine
months of the year are passed in study,
This period is divided into two terms
the first extending from September 1 to
.January 2, when the semi-annual examin
ation commences; the second folIoAVtf,
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Lur iiisu uiu lis'.iiUL ui v,uimiiui.i 1.- nun Lioaua m oi, imi-ii, wwi., i"v
entitled to have one cadet at the acad- ' regular annual examination takes place,
L'iny. The apo'nttmeuts are made by the and the first class graduates. The cadeta
secretary of Avar, at the request of the
representative or delegate m congress
from the district or Territory. Ten
appointments "at large" arc also made
by the President of the United States.
Applications can at any time be made
by letter to the secretary of Avar to have
the name of the applicant placed upon
the register, that it may be furnished to
the proper representative or delegate
when a vacancy occurs. The application
must exhibit the full name, exact age
find permanent abode of the applicant,
with the number of the congressional
district, in which his residence is situated.
According to the existing huv, no person !
wh ) has served in anv cap icity in the
iiiilit'irr rtr nnvnl si.rvirr of the cci.enllnd tlie nrnimr wnv to rfet 11 tilVOl' fl'OUl tin
Confederate States can be appointed. ! otlieial dignitary in buttons and epau-
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iitreq i u oireeiion.s m;iv hi in iu
irn divided into the first. BCCOIld.
add fourth classes, corresponding to mo
senior, junior, sophomore and freshmen
classes of other collegiate institutions,
and instruction is coin eyed by the pro
fessors and the principal instructois,Avho,
Avith the superintendent as the presiding
ofiioer. constitute the academic board.
To aid this body as many officers are de
tailed as assistants from the army by the
secretary of Avar as the Avants of the
(wetting Leave of Absence.
Mr. Samuel F. Ilolbrook, late of the
United States navy, gives a racy ex
ample (in his book of recollections) of
the nroner way to tfet a favor from
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.IKCKo. PRICK 40 CENTS.
Well Follow Where the White Plume Waves,
W.ikU Iia Fabrr. mihu- 1 m-a
P nn. Avenue
Published and fur sale b
between Kth .utd IMh Sts., N.
AVashingtoii. I). C
Oealer in KSusic, Pianos and Organs.
LONDON MISFIT STORE:
1912 F STREET, OPPOSITE MASONIC TEMPLE
? TJ'OO 00
34 din:", worth rm) M) e-ich 17,0uui)
idos.uiirth 4"0 Uii each b 0 00
:i4 do!, worth 300Wt-ucli 10,W)0 0J
47 doj;-, worth 230 00 each 11.73)00
4Gdni., jrth i." 0 t'O each 9,200 ()0
i2do. i-ortli li'iOOOcJch 10,SiJ00t
'.".'? ilob, worth 1000 each.....". 2.,S0.) !
li'J UiiS. worth 73. UJ each 2.17300
iillii dns'-, worth o'"0 eaih 1:1,300 00
:73 tiny , worth 2.1 00 I'iich U,373 00
a liofjJ, worth 1300 each 1330)
3 dojs worth 1000 each SOO no
r ilo, wirth 500 each 230J
Vuis is'LomGthing less than OM-liftlior
the sum quoted above. Nevertheless,
$1 14. SOO 2.1 is not a total to be seoiled at.
The .Madison Square garden dog CAhibit,
tunud in as collateral at our v.uu.itju..,
mi"ht lloat a Wall street bank. The av
erage value h onlv $00, a sum simply ri
diculous beside the rounded $."500 average
claimed by the exhibitors. Still, $90 is
jt fair average price sis dogs are bought
and sold. Fnt dd Stream.
Tied la a Kn.lro.ul Track.
In his addn-ss to the railroad men, in
Howard Avenue church, (leorge Koyal
nan ated an incident which ought to go
further than meie'.y to the ears of those
who heard him then. He said that when
he w as in California he became acquainted
with a conductor on a railroad which
i... .1.1 him lu- tlu name of Pitman.
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Pitman had a mother residing in the east,
to whom ho was in the habit of sending
frequent letters. For a time everything
went well; he was faithful, industrious
and upright, and his regular letters home
were tilled with pleasant tidings oi him
,.,.tr ...iri iiU cnt-ronndimrs. Hut in time
a change came over the young conductor;
he fell in with bad compaiiio.1-, who led
him to the drinking saloon and to the
-rambling den; his downward course as
Fs so often the case, was rapid, llie
letters home to his old mother were dis
continued, and he plunged lower and
lower into vice. Finally Mr. Koyal
himself got a letter from I it
man'9 mother. In it she said what a
rood son he used to be, and how regu-
The aye for the admission of cadets is
between seventeen and twenty-two a ears;
but any person avIio has served honorably
md faithfully not less than one vear as
an officer or enlisted man in either the
regular Or volunteer service in the late
tvar is eligible for appointment up to the
ige of twenty-four. Candidates nltist be
it least live feet in height, and free from
duy infectious or immoral disorder, and
jjenerally from any deformity, disease or
ftfacw"1 m ibcUAug, iii rj.nu',-iiM.itii.is
orthography, and in arithmetic, have a
knowledge of the elements of Lnglish
crrauimarTof descriptive geography, par
ticularlv of our own country, aiid of the
Uibtory of the United States. m
Puruished with his otlieial appoint
nent. which is usually made public in ;
fc-oiiriinrv or ilsirch. each new cadet is re-
visits at other headtiuarters than military
nntl naval. At least it is a sure rule that
courtesy, if not allied to iusincerity
smoothes one's Avay, and opens doots,
A midshipman just home from a long
cruise applied to the commander of the
navy yard for leave of absence to visit
his friends avIio resided in Charleston,
South Carolina. The old gentlemau
-ft0r?ffir,n,'d, "No, sir, your services
.O K eM.. 'I'uwru V.
audibly, in farutfi )rr- "s 's,u,,
the nrst uuuiuuauo w -
When over farm and field are fehroAvr.
The tAvilight's mantled shades,
When silence broo.Mng site akno
Among the forest glades,
Like some lono spirit s misfcy enlls
Along the dusk an echo fiiUs
Ot "Whippoorwill, peorwill poocwill'
That lloate o'er forest, foikl als liilli
The silent stars like sontrias seem
To watch tho worht below.
And deeper over wood aad stream
The dusky sImuIows grow.
And on the night-winds, drifting by
There comes a wkrd awl iiioui-nful cry
Of "Whtppoorwill, poorwill, poonvilW
A.nd through the dusk tho ochoos tlu-ill
a ti-imm ho told his trouble
lillll. " .." - --
i.O. " t(..w1 fl P.. VOU
hoAV to' approach the commodore. U I
teach vou how to do It, and It you fol-
... " ,i;oi;nti vou will surely ac-
1U Ill uiii.i.1""-) .-- . - ,
.lust Avail- ii wu j
YVlwii BDo Wanl'i
A rathei gri..lv looking individual
walked up the patWny; but betoiv he
reached the stoop the Jady, who hap
pened to see him, aid :
"Wt-have no cold victuals lo day.
"I don't want nuthin1 to cat," replied
"We don't want the gr.s cut.
"1 don't want to cut the grass, re
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"And Ave nou t auui -uu .ww-
'lXobodv wants to weed your garden,
replied the" trami), as he leaned against
a tree and made" a calm survey of the
place: -But I'll tell you what I would
like." , , 1
"What!'' asked the lady.
"Well, you see, avo tire going to have
a thunder-storm. Mark yonder purple
The lady marked it, and said :
"Wind of it?,,
"A great deal," replied the tramp; "a
KSJKU'-SV. W r $ ft wj-y--J-JS
Pcbruarv or .uarcu, c.u;u nun . - , - . ,irnose Just wait a ciav
icmlcDl. at west i-oiut, uoic .. ... , - - - - -,, ,. -,,. ,..hcn h Cn-
tershiotlicc.and in a few minutes go
iu,makc a very low bow, say, Goocl.
morning, commodore; how is your health
this moniing. Vou look charmingly; 1
.. .".,... ..-nn lnnk- hntter in my
ll.l-r IIIV ITI ?1L MUil ev.w. .---
uul 20th days of .June; but if sickness
K anv other unavoiciamc causu piu-mo
tli's he may report on the 2Sih of Au-o-ust
No admissions into the militttrv
fcademv are allowed save at these two
periods: After his arrival and onro 1
mentheis at once instructed into the
preliminary drill, daily, of the school of
he soldier, and is instructed m all the
-..i.:,...t ...inn which he is .-.ooii to bee-
mi ned for admission.
The examination, commencing on the
2lst of June, and conducted in the pre
ducc of the whole academic board, is
,..:f ii.it i iv no means a ic.uiui vi
ri,..,i frnm the few reuuircments
nianded; and usually the number
jected does not exceed half a dozen,
favoritism is shown, neither any
due hnrhlmcs to any jipp'icaut. on
account, if he maintains good
By the will of nature honey is the uniu.
Oft as the youth is benfc the twigfs)
People Avho go to the mountaiusi Tn tfie)
summer enjoy high living.
Useful domestic cookery Ihking
both ends "meet." Judy.
The latest fashion in trousers is tomelfo
a dude and pour him in hob. Pitrfc Mm
If si dog knows a good thing whom hei
sees it, will he seize lfc whan ho nosuiOu
The onion is a. homely pliuifc.
And rank as most DhtU groAN'S,
And yefc itbuute. to mix with souy,
The lily or the rose.
A nAv color of blue is (called) "tola-'
graph blue." This is probably bo
causu it is a "fast' eolor. EmmM&)
A Denver physician lias failed tinanh
ciallv, and has thus aequirad the tibia oJ)
"Dr' at both ends oB his name. IRwII
A r. Louis man has sunk alll hisi
money in extending his artesian Avellloue;
hundred additional feet. He didn't kno
enough to let Avell enough alone. SUUte
men. A Cincinnati man claims to hav a
wife so hot-tempered that he can right)
his cigar Avith a Hash of her eyes. Met
made a good match when he inarriudihar:,
Mo teen Citizen.
"Yes, I am pretty tired,'' he said. "B
sat up all night Avith a corpse.'' "Waai
it a wake.'" asked a friend. "No," lio)
answered, sadly, "it was not awake; it.
Avas dead." Button I's4.
Miss Rose Eytinge says, "Journalismi
and the theatrical profession are united!
by some very slender ties." One oil
which, liioafc fragrant Kose, ie advur-bisut
There is nothing like it, ays assure you
' 'A propos !' Sententious old! baclwlbi)
tin -btt-"r?" f "'rtv'iaitoi(Ml(Vi"Aii.tlhlkia
doP' iTableau). bunion Punch.
The fat man for the seiwhow wg&s, ,
The mule beats off the party m k
' With his vicious bob-mil switch,
Politicians promise ancl lorgBB,
Tbe ptu-agraplusts fuinw aiwl fre,
And atverwbi mi iyy. . , ,u
"Doctor." said Mr. Groanby. look, at!
my awful face I Jone hit me in the a
with a club Saturday night; what shall) 1
tike for it r And as the medicine muo
a Bwiftlv awav. back, cam- the sjm
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" I aKe oili"-w uiuuji
vour'ladv enjoy her health V
pop the question about your
n loiiocii "-" ""o lost an aim in " oui- - -
morning appointed he Losl l arm! Why, man yourvji
ntlemtm as he entered tW( ttrms,M Vetenm-',Oh, II tlbijjli
u few minutes knocked t, qllC arm L lost was oB thj
RESULT OF EXCESS,
. . . . .. ., i.i mfi of trade in many sections nave leiimuuieu
vilottucuoiiami uiwv.-- secure readv ca.sn, have
:' -Nuncio ""nrSS!. g-a icoIi ot
i"it com polled to p.ut aauo i"
ii-inllnrl 1 11 1
11 1 Vfil I V IVU j---
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ii-s a the ioiioAinguii.vii..0
ALL WOOL CASSIMEBB SUITS
, .. cite mirchnsGd this "week from one of the
Anst illustrate. 500 Ca.ssimere Suits purchased ims
J.idmR manufacturers , anducn "" styles, indul
YJllCU WUuw - -i .!: ATlfr.Ti
"fliuiiR HRuumv --- n oftts jn 50 different styies, uiwuumg in
b-ffiilar price per garment. Oa ei coats in " i15 eiegant Blue Cas-
t,i- lh,vcrs ?H,25 former price W.JLgg
tU..V. lonner price $-30. J'0 'lu nrtCBnTnfir mats from Sl.oO up.
Pants ironi r;i up. -
...Tri u-li... n. storm is rasing 1 am very
K0ie distressed and undone. Do you
think that the storm is about to spend
its awe-inspiring fury in a minute?"
"Then, most estimable lady, l wisu
you would grant the request I come to
' "'What is it?" j ,
"That you Avill permit mc to step up
stairs and lie down on the feather-bed
for an hour or two, to escape the forked
ton-uc of the fiery demon. The feather
But he was cut short by the lady, who
subpeenaed the mastiff to banquet on his
i -... . 1.... f into dm had lost all traces
of him, and knew not what to think.
She begged Mr. Koyal most earnestly if
possible to line! her sou, and to send her
tidings of him. Mr. Koyal saw the
wandering son one day among a crowd
of .mmblcrs. With the old lady's letter
in his hand he entered the room ; the
corners of the table were garnished with
revolvers, which were freely used if one
plaver fancied he had received an injury
or an insult iroiu "'' i "l- ."""-'
staked upon the game lay in the middle.
. i r 1.... l-Ti-w 4-l-ifii- lr
OBiamAL IXWWW MISFIT STORE
912F Street. Opposite , Mascmxoxexnp-
six pooks viwsl imiax
From the 1st of July the new cadet is
ranked as a member ot the lowest or
fourth class. From this date his pay of
$30 per month, allowed him by the gov
ernment, commences, and if he can cou
trivc to anticipate it with a deposit of
00 or S0 with the treasurer, he will be
jo much the better off in the respects of
uniform and outfit. Henceforth every
thing he needs or wants is supplied to
himtjv the government at prices a trifie
above cost and charged to nw account
iii.. . ..:.i, tiio r.Mrii sir s; iti to nis
inn ii in . ivxi.Ax i w
-pdit. At the termination of
n ., hninnpo. i? struck, and there are
instances which prove that even on that
.mall pay of 300 a year in excess ot
board and lodging a cadet may come
out 100 ahead at the time of his gradua-
11V11 ... . , 1 M
For the purpose ot military instruction
l -ft 1.. r.l..f?l I?
The voun"- man followed out the sug-
.ri.stiiiii. On the morning
' I .1 1 I tin 111 f
waiciivn " "i e
l.: lUxi .mrl 111 :
.. iu .i .'J.. ...i.i ivnii admitted. He made
;i very handsome bow, and in the most
polite manner commenced.
"(Jood-morning, commodore; how is
your health this morning, sir.' I think L
never saw vou look so well in your lite.
I "Exceedingly well, thank you, sir.
"And a our lady; does she enjoy her
usual health?" .
! "Excellent, excellent; I am obliged to
take offence'." -Workey
vou demand a pension
lost an aim m
On what grounds ddl
the service." FoiiBiom
Sspringtield pattern. mw
,,(....,in..n t nhonlci feel extremely
. - . .. r A...,ci Imit'o tn Visit 1UV
grtiteitu ior a iuv, uiys ..- -
friends." t . -,
"Certainly, sir; how much time do you
"About three weeks, sir.
"Oh, take six, sir, with my best wishes.
1 "Will you dine Avith me to ciay, sn, "
' three o'clock?"
I "Thank you, sir. I shall be happy to
his cadet i do mA'self the honor.1'
there are ... ,,.:. ir,.c. it-irhr.
President Arthur shaves himself, says
c ... . A' ..-.,. I'lClOUl
A seientitic journal ciuiio 6
as Food. ' This stiikes us as being- a.
rather sensible idea. The writer is
dently the person who adroeafeod
-Water as a lieven.g." W. have found!
on more ban on occasion that egi
make excellent food. - JtoirAH
How refreshing it is to the city mam to
walk through th( green helds of thai
country wlfeu they nr. adorned with,
Wands oi wild fc-ySSS
and how it arouses hs shiggh wgf
t id sends the blood coursingough&i W
. vV ii Piirelesslv kieksover, ut
veins when he careless J
wasp's nest and lae io ruu
Fhiladelj'h ki Ch ron tele.
The latest captr in society ie to stamp,
or seal a letter where w as -MJ-dby he;
oi character, anu r- V.-" -
rm th WaX. OUaim "
V4A wmmr f
1'resident since Johusou Avho
Avorn a full beard. In 1370
Grant shaved his Avhiskers ott,
Warmth antl Jjik1
liow hot it is!' cxciaimeu
a ! told him all. Conscience was
" il: roUTu. will not scm
K&a ---flN 3i One to
f A'1 A clear the sy
w031 -. ?"! nnn,.l -rn Irk tfllro
-aS-C,cr- J ' . tVoTz g ift ! t"0 not let your ruggisn'3"""1-. y :
- fl". A SPECiFfcO T)EocthinBclse.butiflichasnot8ot,Uaad.
" :&A '- r oB TUE viH not end for it, write to us and we .ullbcnd
5 C3- t ,,-..,, Lvovuress. urcpaid. on receipt of p..ic.
to three hottles of Rheumatic Syrup a ill
- gjS-. . -,. nfiaiunaitoryor Acuicivncuui"
y Jtt. Positive Cure botlsTviU , m
r -' im vorsl lorwi.
l-j!TI7TT,nwArnT0Tl'f u . ...tt. ti to cure
FOUr tO SIX OOlUtamw
coVrupt and running Ulcers.
vr n s5x hottlcs are warranted lo cure
lanTcWsc of Salt Rheum.
.Five to eight bottles will cure the worst
case of Scrofula.
to gather up
. - ii .t . wvniiiii iv ii. iii. iii ii ivvjv
,. i. .. -7...- .-.r-. fhic ii:ii. ill Liiu iiil' iiiiiiui y ,.-.-- - ,
lire sucn aua as tiii. ',.,. ,. if lAiic follow ulavers. lie sei.eu
,inrlrl nr thev thmklUEf Ol t Anu zuv i miiisiui . -i - A ,
shoves up the window and fans herself
Ar' Imw hot it is: exciaitneu luiu mm. .
flo,l HdA as cnerino- the car. her eyes The agonies of remorse began
funou the stoe" What an idea! A the game, not even stopping t
fell upon the sioac. u t ,. h was his 0,
v nmnr r i
tiftiiliKlfi rnmcdv for
..ii ,i.ns.s of the Skin
land Ulood. such as
i'-n: .1 A' TldtollCh.
Sand istholK-fet Kcxncd
rfur al ivniaio i,-
.m-hich. It bas cured
uiscast's of llie l.e
I.....1 T.t.i..v,s ivnrn nil
!..,.T rr-modies have
.From two to four months-use : of WieDo.
-...:" ....11 miro JU1V CISC OI WU"-
of w cnty years' standing.
. , rfr.,r,.r for vcars. and have
avail, do not be discount.
Syrup Mill cure you.
..-. in.w.r- iiniuc: i) u"1"" ""
IT1CC, CM-."" i"
r Pallet 'ofTUaIAc
wieoi atic svr.up co .ri
i:i-n nil nnOS5ttd.
n elderly gentleman next enters. lie
bits down to read his ncAVspaper, first
o-luicin"- at the open window in an 01
fendedsort of way. As his eyes move
around from the window to his -paper,
4i,i- f-ill unnn the stOVC.
"Great Scott!" he mutters. "Do
they want to roast a fellow alive?" And
up goes his window.
Each neAV comer sits down quietly,
looks at the stove and then cries, " How
hot it is'" " What an awful lire they've
'cot1'' "Isn't it ridiculous! or souie
S thin" of the kind; and each opens a win-
I flow one gentleman going as uu si-, to
! open all the ventilators, while another
I opens both doors.
"conductor:" cry a dozen voices, as
that official makes his appearance, ana a
'j -,.nfinrTPr; noint tO the StOVC.
uuicii "., i; , ,.
The conauctor tooiva " -w
the commotion, it's mica window giow-,-n,r
like a furnace seven times hotter
1 than it is wont to be heated, lie takes
off his hat and mops his orovy. i ntnue
takes a long poker, and standing as .far
that letter in his hand and rushed lrom
.1 i., rio took his AA-ay to the rail
road track, along Avlnch a train was soon
oxuectcd. Ue scribbled something on a
bit of paper. Then he tied himself as
he could to the mil with a piece of rope
which he had brought, and let the tram
.... ;m "When thev took up his
body, they found the paper on which he
had written his dying words: and those
words were, -"Mother, I do this that I
may in no more."-" &( Agister.
An Immense Forest Region.
The Bi,r Woods of Minnesota are
rightly named, for they cover o,000
siuiarc miles, or u.-vv,s. - ..v.. . w
face These woods contain only hard
wood growths, including white and black
oak, maple, hickory, btoswood, clm,cot
tonwood, tammarack and enough other
varieties to make an aggregate of over
thirty different kinds. The hardwood
tract'exteuds in a belt across the middle
of the State, and surrounding its north
eastern corner is an immense pine region
covering 21,000 square miles, or 13,440.
i 000 square acres.
.. I.m.nmn Prf;idftnt
auii m.(-"" " . , i
Lemos was working in a barocr snop
in this citv while Johnson Avas vice
President, and used to shave him tnen.
fter Lincoln's assassination Johnson
had him come to the White House everv
other day, and he has kept it up until
noAV He receives the same pay for this
service that barbers usually get for out
side jobs, and holds his clerkship at the
same time. President Arthur shaves
every morning after he has his uath, anu
has his hair and whiskers trimmed every
week. He is as fastidious in this respect
as he is about his wearing apparel.
Hints for Hot "Weather.
TAnn'f h:ikethe hornet's nest to
if any of the family are at home
t'- n Hour sidrsitl'ht. If a
,... tntv-ird you. run aAvav. A slight
drauirht is mo.-t dangerous.
Don't blow in the gun your grand
father carried in the Avar of 1312. It is
more dangerous now than it was then.
Don't hold a wasp by the other end
while vou thaw it out in front of the
stove to" sec if it is alive. It is generally
alive. . . .. , x
Don't try to persuade a mnutog ioiau
..;o ,,.i,iln nndttrrroinir instruction in
the particular arms of tin- service, but
the permanent organization is that of a
battalion of infantry, composed of four
comnanies. Iu these companies the four
academic elates are mdiscriniinately
:..,i Vnnh r.nmnanv has its captain,
three licutenante, four sergeants and four
corporals. The battalion staff comprises
an adjutant, sergeant major, quarter-
f.. 0,1,1 mifirtermastcr's sergeant. All
the remaining cadets serve in the ranks
as soldiers, though required to act as
officers at stated times. 1 he hrst class
furnishes the commissioned officers the
second class the sergeants and the third
class the corporals. These appointments
- 1 t ll. .. ninrin;lint
are annually maae oy uie!.uieimiu.u.h
and are regarded as honorable distinc
tion Each company is further super
vised bv an officer of the army, detailed
i for that purpose, aud the wnoie is com-
- ' u:.. iiihaic r'inL'of
manded Oy an army omil-ui, ihw i.
as commandant of cadets.
Strict military etiquette is observed
toward the cadet officers by the other
cadets on dutv. The captains and lieu
tenants serve their tours of guard duty
according to the army regulations. 1 lie
ranking cadet captain is supcnnit-imciM, ,- Uu-h it is in possession.
of the mess hall. He marches the mm i- - . bulldog is ton points of
talion to and from meals, preserves order f e-10J1 10
-. -c nimrisotipo to the mess reiru- ",
anu euiuicc-3 uv
graven surtax --" ' tmraonul im.
JCStSS. with it something;
of the identity of the sender.
They were sitting onjajj
tie hana m n "; ; ,,- he
thought seemed to strike her and she
U.ked sweetly "Adolphus, are you. a.
asKeu w'J . .. '.I, oraiitemant!!
'bolter f J ust. msu - --. - ,.
foo step sounded on th top stair audi
he v Id y grabbed his hat Adolphus; am.
L : y "Yes, darling-good - bye. -
If a draught
BY THK RlVBB'S BKINK.
Tho snmH boy stands
Beside th pool
And with hte hnd6
The waters eol'
He lingers aofc,
Nor tu do waste'
Tho weather's h,
And with grefc Muse
He peete. -Mostou PosU,
A voun' merchant, Avho had a few
thLanddollars to .
college friend who avihj a brokr m Wall
streef -What do youadviwr dj1
he asked " I'll tell you, Fred, itpMedl
Jhe broker, conuditially ; " rfiews . n.
suSkT;rWn s p
Tpord iw and leave- V
street as fast as yon ean.
The home industrial schools in. 2Ttw
y0Trk hasheltered 30,000 dMcton and
found country nomes ivi u,v.
f utie bovs in Msxko who feayr iKoir
J$ SSkool are rewarded! by eftfg
SJwed to smoke white fthty siuc
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