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THE NATIONAL DRILL
TUe Three Important Days of the Great
Military Event of the Present Year.
WAsBINGToN, May :.-The competi
tive drill began at 10 o'clock this morn
ing. Company A. First Minnesota REC
iment, was the first company to enter.
They drilled well. The second company
was the Eighth separate company .o
Rochester, N. Y. These two ctompame1S
drilled in the south oI the grvunds t00 I
,far from the grand stand to be seen to
advantage. Next followed the Museatiue
lifls of Iowa. They marched to tU
front of the grand stand, saluted the
judges and began to drill. TheV handld
their pieces well, bat .ert a little weak
in foot movements. Thv were liberaliv
applauded. Then followed the Grand
RIapids Guards, Company A, Fir:t Bat
talion Virginia teolored 'Vluteers,
Southrons, Vicksburg; Compay .\.
First Virginia LegimenIt. Ppulr de
monstrations indie tted tha.t the Ticks
burg niem and Cmpanv A, Firs't V",
inia Regiment, hia won the greatest
avor of the a .he co eting com
panics were limi+ed i" 'umbers to
twenty-foul men m ,with t1eir three;
officers and two gm '. .
The program of maneuvres was de
livered to each corapany's commander
one hour beAore the time allo''ttd or the
corps' uppearanee. :i_ the men were
thereby kept in ig nrance of the
manceuvres they vere to execute till the
orders were actual'y given. In general
terms, they were tp e.creise first in the
school of the soldier (that is without
arms) then in the manual at arms, and
lastly, in the school of the company.
Thirty minutes were allotted to each
company to complete its program. A
furious thunder and wind storm came up
about four o'cloch and put an end to the
proceedings. The crowds scattered at
once. The roof was blown off a large
part of the grand stand and the canva-i,
rocks, forts and war vessels, and light
house of the "Pyoram a" were tipped over
and scattered. The order for dress
parade at 5 p. m. was rescinded. For the
proposed dress parade commands have
been organized in provisional battalions,
in which the troops of the respective
sections of the country are grouped to
gether as far as possible. Kentucky,
Ohio and District of Columbia men each
form one battalion; Texas, Mississippi
and Missouri form one; the Governor's
Guard of North Carolina are with Mich
igan and Minnesota men; the Virginia
troops constitute a separate brgade,
already completely organized under Gen.
C. J. Anderson. The total number of
men in camp is about 2,800, in seventy
organizations. One-third of the total
are Virginians. Three-quarters of the
commands have entered the competition
for infantry prizes, one of which is col
ored. Four colored companies are in
camp, two from Virginia and two from
the District of Columbia.
WASHNGTON, May 25.-The parade of
troops to-day for review by the Presi
dent has afforded the first opportunity
for seeing at once the entire body of
those forming the encampment, and was
an unqualified success. The weather
was perfect, Washington looked its best,
and the greater part of the population
seemed to be on the line of march. The
arrangements for the parade were sea
sonably completed and were carried out
almost to the allotted second and with
out an apparent hitch or break. The
head of the column started from camp
promptly at 12 o'clock and reached the
stand erected for the Presidant a in
vited guests ten minutes later. This
stand had seats for nearly :300 person~s,
and was well filled, without crowd'ing.
With the President were Mrs. Cleveland.
Mrs. Welsh and Mrs. Marsey, and Colo
nel and Mrs. Lamnont. General Sheridarn
and several members of his staff in ital
uniform were their escort. A'm~ong the
guests of the drill were Governoir Lee, of
Virginia, and staff, Governor Mc(3iu, of
Minnesota, and stall, and the stall of
Governor Gray, of Indiana, (the Gov
ernor himself having been detained at
the last moment), Secretary Endicott,
Senators Sherman and Gotman, the
- Mexican and Japanes'e Ministers and the
ladies of their families, and a liberal
-''"Eking of other legation and army
peple. The troops looked and marched
le veterans, and were encouraged with
liberal applause. In cne respect the
programme was departed, from. The
Vicksburg Southrus, with their band
and the Memphis Zouaves, brought up
the rear with quite an interval between
them and their predecesors. They
formed in fact a li-le column by them'
selves. They had been aisigned to posi
tions respectively in the fourth and
ninth provisional battalions, but dropped
out of lin'e because, as their oflicers ex
plained, they were placed immediately
behind the colored organizations.
Another heavy shower about 4 o'clock
prevented the dress parade, scheduled
for 5 o'clock.
WAmsE~Gos, May -2.-The Richmond
Greys broke camp this morning and left
for home. They camne here with the
understanding that they would not re
main after they had taken part in the
competitive infantry drill. Company A,
Third North Ca-olina Regiment, also re
turned home to-day. The reason is that
many of the members are engaged in
business, and they were unable to obtain
leave of absence beyond to-day.
The weather was superb to-day. The
day was industriously devoted to comn
petitive drilling and the authorities,
profiting by experience and criticism,
are maing the work very interesting.
Seven or eight thousand spectators were
on the grand stand.
The competing infantry companies
were the Governor's Guards, of Raleigh,
N. C.; the Lonisiana Rifles; the Sars
field Guards, of New Haven, Conn.;
Company C, first N. J.; Company B3,
Wahington Light Infantry Corps;
Toledo, Ohio, Cadets, and Company A,
Wahington, D). C.. Cadets (colored).
Three of the companies are worthy of
special mention: The Louisiana Rifles.
the Washington Light Infantry Wash
ington's crack corps) and the Toledo
Cadets, the Toledo men probably carry
ing off the palm.
The competition for the artillery prizes
was narrowed to two companies and the
contest consequently was for the Iirst
prize of S1,500. The Petersburg, Va..
company had withdrawn from the con
test. Had there been a third contestant
a second prize of 81,000 would have
One company from Indianapolis and
one from Milwaukee drilled to-day. The
guns, horses and drivers, and also the
judges of the contest, were furnished by
the Third (regularE Artilery. T wo guns
and caiasons were manned by the vi.sit
ing militia and were drilled by their own
-captains. Both acqjuitted themselves
The rifle competition also eamae of.
Ninety-eight entered. but only thirty
eight reported. The highest scere of
the day was that of Lieutenant Pollard,
of the \vashington Light Infantry. Pol
lard was a membe~r of the Internationl
IMje team which went to Wijmblken a
few years ago. Eighty-three was cored
by Lieutenant iBell and Privake- John
stone, of the Continentals, of VIing
ton. D. C., Private Crossmnan. Secondi
Iowa, and Private' Steyer, Second Mary-i
land. Many companies will leave to- I
night and to-morrow.
C'LEVELAND) 1A. SHlERM .11
Th trnader vi h Qpro..i:= Force, in the Nr
Tal 1-1 7 ji i0: I t'. III : l i
,'uI~atltzta:I. AlI 111) ic' 11 ii' :. 1t k t)if 1
:l at ilk-ale 111r k US 11. : Ii II
'e tia i:h ti
'iC.' o'emor tin, of~l .Peijjvivnia
v -u e n t cl i 1pi , a litt. 01erei
. he: so said: vtv" el oth UU
.i wil t''l 'n wha niah te BItcke"
iepublican. All ti Brl: teal of thf
C. i4on o aft''ir. nnzo 1 the i: 1 no'r a,,
it e nviv V'ivlcda leades maes me . iile.
W:.it ,il her-et tite conrtion tandea
van wil Cin' tte ut nThy w ill c'ake c
eeltiont of ahirs prices't' thi wllt no hue
: Le i to tae ar cam dhe id s h: :dicaIed ::
14: - i. Wit de1 Aen in two nWom i:i
t'titt oerna:i n behoe tlwr' comai ry.
vAWiden .,Aw Wha ther l toharon mW
C ', - Ieal thn Iw!e n fa of th ry Bne
:..r w .h: m be the e1tusiainm . his per
.iii d - llwe. 11c the Vitl'pblies ftr '(li
c0.:.11t the folly of ptting him, (n the
taet ain it will niot be the ob1l ight, but
''4are blidt tt *he natural tendncy tf
'v. !!eenimem.pv~r'Icc'- rttt
-i.......n I.io the DemocrIaC.. 2 ,)ie
part V0wa0 c:Lvi' hndi acIp.edtby 1- ivry
mc:r nuences: the irt wa the tn
St *' inO.cb iL and Wher materid int re ts
Af the 1r)halpiey o-f the; panrty onith
grer ManeiL'uni economic quetions: the
h-a s the uncer:,inty f the ,bility of
.vr. Clevandhi ndwitonandi the hiebt
ehiaccernter Of his p b Vlhirc
recorch to c-rry out the pldge hie -n he
hai m.i in ~the inri:est of reform and
t, od vernmient. Tiose fears wvill io
vigh un the balance! in favor of .Mr. Blaine
mineh.r tinte. The Preside:nt haUs "gaind
hciondence of the N\ hoile enl for CA
rOti:,m Ct:A d'tf rar for toe pili icre
1v ;.art o heyonae' cniei' o n.
Wib him :> the hdNo"f the tic4 no exn
.:"t n ark; required. Hie jha.s simply to
il-to' s if therThyrefore thca twoe
e:. it would,1 suznn! p thecirmei.
Tr:: in fer of high-hanidd partisanship
wouh.',l bethe , ther way. A great numt~y
bu:s en we ill recogize the rudc
of %1r. Cle:ve;Land and wi not he in a greatt
very to mfake rchagl The strieingth of
Sl-rinlan whlbe in, his C nee osr
vaira and his ,oundnss on all the great
Tile Governor added: "Since Congress
atd nret I have talked with a great many
people in and out of public life in -Ne
Yoi. Phila delphia. WN nh ington and ehe~a
whre an d . have co e to lhe conclusion
that there is a greait deal of quiet thiniking
goi' on among theRepulican in rar.
to t'-e ecice of a man to heat Mr. Cleve
ud Tiyv know they have a bAg job on
their lemds nd don't intend to make ny
uistLakes if they can p -revent it"
Gov-, Curtin is rle- taking deepr
tri4st in the new birth of 1iiutraro
gatS in the uh. He i011:.I "In the
very ac of the revivial of inidus trialaci
itv~yt andi( South, we are confronted by
hirge mportAios of iron, Which wi! glu
the urket and interfere with the deniand
for -ou home product. The So thrITr
d-elS now becomltno e a itmpeti ith
the i.-.etC f the North oin our hoe inar
ka, v.ich is for the god of our iron
P1e ro matter hiow it tes, but this forign
nrodiit bne no one. The b:Ihor andl..
the' prIis a.l eAlong to foreign cutres.
The Sotenpol uthrnto :e
that it ther want a markt for their pro
dlcts it must be a hbmhemLret axd their
c, In et Ir hlbe cehsed to homle
products n. nt im ceth The shuld
Lave pee au before e tve:m the
ind-v hetory of Pennsylvaniah. That
.i e. t,, he rn prctie r e S in :le lin
IS Col nn isrOp!icv y W h have se
re' 10 (hled retualth il hbe tate
ct.r-1 .idiondaiateiism sushih ru
sui'ts -:n any hi~:n erided-s ofnspel iav
tiie 'ii"eI. wih t xist roey in te
~i" 1l inthenchurcf proutishull econ
ie a dotr'ies. or uee Thae rs ip
Ti *. "1I\;;ro's loso athiieyit Stan.
9ti -sir t 'i''idb .a ev. ol srtr IIr
euuafi' :tvcrstuntn iim th ndto wher
e*urit'-I a reecliing rirlalfrs eclsa ci~
tqIual'y. qitawoul wite ellhfr chilrisen
pold'.: s-em: tobfrgttingt5 temtt rceri
t in cti s crat.e bete avr lmih toin
tuie onthat slid of d theyo Jcha o.
Int t phu ~t e negrioedond the Bi b pkm
w'-trh th uperias. Iiti iaste
that Nhenro eqity adsnd atofy am,
this kcu ov 1ra:s"ulted be Carus nn tai
seran oI ems suimt obrele uto lie
brethrn. lesd ineec sta the doif
C"hem.t c : i-Cnum iharlli te hi san
rGodisi~ c:: enlargeJath, anuodiheation
d wei in hG.el tenso Sem, Cand Canaan
Thllbehi Tervant. Yt
With i. ti erus, dos~es itit ee tht
every ttem t it mae am the nero,
theemil of ori ai ruler oveor N Shran
Jahl. ci- it is thie wciece , tien to ea
fal ify th prophclec ant hive been
'oce to i cond euarlty in ttteb
theoldablit fanieyism -i wich olura
S-thr teootirc reare -ai nfie~ity, -
but8501we wi t th is ohi in iewc
an eual n th Cc but l a clle
raaa. whc is lsoI ari prohec. ias
thatL~ he ,h'uld be servnletco servand o
a lveo 7' ves.'1 ilar ste "lowe.t of~ aer
vats :dn' I annot.Legar i ll ifot to
thei : detinai of te merorJuan t
G E'NRRt 11 N, N wrE..
(1-acen Kapliolwoi and herT suite haac left
New; York for E'lirop!4.
Trilt: ( a iuic Y( at;L Men's Natioiai
ncrla-d i~ C .. r o Ity
D aniel Malnn; . c-il i' "VN
York iC' iv11i *-0 I't14''114
T ',: r v ,- y't fv
Ja.pan. (I." 4ing O.i ,P44;.zli of ...!rc
kli -c and flw ' .Tlirt'ifl 1'%. Vtl(
w 'flie.o(1J.e1"t4N '
Alc-4.iq!i and iL'4'\ir
a h 'lur'e. Itea
*1' ti hlda (-,f et AV '4od ci gW. . '2a
A jury has been enipant *d for the trial
of J' bSharpe, chargt1 Nvid bri bery in
Itl4I o f 1mi nih N , taut to enter Kii''-. t' or
'rni at an; Aing .-!i. Tv,'- Ti
A a is for"I: to h-ll~ii4V:I?
N York a, ad Ilrc.oklt ns ou lici
I a alaKnil,;t!; ,'. L alinr have
4-' 1),. allhr tiztr g44'row'ing, ow.
ofc the Yr'k's hot year!.
11 is stated i'c tie (",arieston, (iri
nal i CaIAM slat lW~'xa vntd 'T the
J1 ha Tlwmpa;;..ou aivif~e, his. thrce ci
tire: tand hI& vfCs si'r wecre drowc-d, (off
T,'.u.L.rad uatiug~ cass at Irin'.oni tIis
year will plant a. slip of iv sent tleit' oy
Mrsn. Cleveland, the 1 rcsM(eits wics
A. hulvy storan :-t Montgoniery. Ala.,
T1ic(-;l-iy unroofed s:evcral iouses ndx tip
Irout..' many tr'.s.
have had :- joly tuine at their
A'i H amilton,. Ont.. I EBrien's e:1rrin-c
ir..in entrnice into( ( iae' I!
somfe z'reeicut wi'th gh I IapI ( * :a,: ra.
TO-. '. .datiM Liut iriputu 1i i eitT
1IM*("Mn of -NetV Yorl: div to I1, dl'ki
I.oneI Circuit .J tdgp in iPl S' n. .a
: a irk-: t (rt in a (I
i 1;--t %.%d t(.,X.r Nex Xlr .1k
i~~Lha g".ii a;.~ 1 nc'i a-IMA
I.014 1oa wQ-; in tL-- V4021,.on-o
:mipanions and wounded three others, has
een convicted of wilful murder. It was
ought at first that the shooting resulted
it is said in Was.zhington that the Presi
)m wil soon .1pnt a superintendent of
te Cons: -'urVcr to 1ti a vacancv which has I
"i isted fr somie time. Professor Kinball,
iirector of tie mint. General "Baldy"
iNaiitl :nd Ge-neral Roseerans are among
time meretioned for the place.
i ;:rchard lo been to see Mr.
Wveaind. Il the conversation that took
phwe the doctor admitted that his famous
remnark. Rn, Romnanjsni and Rebellion."
w-* ailled to. "I told the President."
ill the doctor to a friend, "it was the will
If tIe Lord that lie should be elected."
Victori:mo, lln Indian of San JAnto.
Cal.. once chief of the Seiranos. is tliougiht
zb at lt, .t years old. His narration
oif cne ::t tle San Gabriel Mission.
w here lie worked when a boy confirms this
bilief. I is mind is active and his memory
1i Li-ssm irs occurs the following:
-Uew G Elor:e Eiot and her friend Mr.
L ewes, at W eiiar. They were remarkably
u:ly, and Lewes was rather delicate about
Ire'entin:: -Miss Evans to me owing to the
rehuions'xtisn between them. I told
hin. however. that I did not care."
The Ioc. Anna and Louise, of
Gm :tlrg, recettiy rowed in a boat to the
sp:t where King Ludwig, of Bavaria,
owned himself, and committed suicide
in tIei saoe way. The bodies were found
cp d iJ eaf other's arms. They had
beei suiering from melancholia ever since
weer Wni. A. DeLancy, who repre
sn-erain foreign bondholders of the
Kant-a. P::eitic Railroad before it came un
drcon trol ,f Jay Gould, Russell Sage and
others. says he w.ill commence an action
agi'"'1 thiose parties as soon as the neces
vr p':mers trrive from Amsterdam. lol
' he iniount of the suit will be
':inuel Dun'n. colored, aged five, was
evidentally killed in Augusta Tuesday by
one of his companions, who threw an old
eompnass at him. the point of which pene
i the -kull and brain. Death was in.
santaneius, and it is not known who in
t th biow. Several boys were
c-el kin" each other in play. Each,
when que-tioned, denicd the deed.
Ti Gener:ii Executive Board of thc
P .t'nir Knights of Labor have decider
to rs l investigate the strike in the
eeke re.ion-. Thousinds of men are now
;u: of t.ploynent throughout the manu
fa~c uring dttricti on account of the scarcity
of co'e. It is on account of this army o:
m. and the prostration in business that
the General Board of Knights of Labor i
:axiou~s to reach a settlement.
dienn Vmaderburg, who outraged t
vo'ung- girl at Rockville. 31o.. a few day:
to. iiad a hearing for bail yesterday. Thi
Judge. hid ju.st fixed the bail at $10,000
w' t 'eUr.1 shots were tired, and afte
quiet was restored. Vanderburg was fount
to be ead. The two brothers of Miss An
derson, who were present, have been ar
re . It is not known who did the shoot
T o.ins of the late -Extra Billy" Smitl
of Virainia were fond of adventure. li
fhh't 'sin, William Smith, was a midship
i ni 7 e "av yli andill was lost in the Indiai
Seisti: Smith, the great bowie
kni ilihter. was killed att the battle o
:eins. Peter Bll Smith was acci
d l killd by a pistt. sool after tht
w 1r. i.lam s Caleb Smith ar d Col. Thoma
Smith 1ired prominently as duelists. O(
- Ext r i'" cliildren but three surviv(
m oer. Col. Thoinas Smith an
api. Fre k Smith of New 1exico.
r Rathb orte, who has been -p
Iom inl Conul General to Paris, is a muar
of miumilart herighl, full tiure. with a bait
tead, ar:. ' mntacthe and ilorid complexion
H 1 uu 42 year ofae. Hie is wealth:
:ad o i hi wife Both of them sip-al
.rne: li'to\y. 31aor lathbone is fon
of s.1e'et . is a oodV waltzer and will shina
itn. the iirms of0 ai s wvith a brilliane'
*o'n a consul "ene'ral of the Unitet
I."'w'< F- Allen, of Bufalou, is an unel:
of "i're.idt (leveland. Hie is a tall, heal
rim tot atall like his nephew in build
Htis '.-ter was Grover Cleveland's rnothier
.lr. Ala-a ha:s not conversed with 3Mr
Gevel i for four years. lie consider
the Pre.ent a man of only ordinary abil
it i wo"'is lots of luck." lIe says tha
t ic I' ceuider t gets his obstinney from hi
i~ e."he Clevelands," says Mr. Allen
-w;vere' 'n ostinate race."
looting Out Rtitualismn.
Ai -omnewhat sensational case is under dis
eud->n in the Fpiscopal Council now ii
.*-ion at Ilendlerson, Kr'. It is that of thi
Rev. George C. Be-tts, rector ot Grace Pro
ti 5:sttni Lpiscopal Church, Louisville, Ky
T'his minister has been in charge of tha
Chmet fortlt the past two years, and durini
that ilme has shown unmistakable tenden
e- to the lion Catholic faith. T'his ha
ht,: evidentce~d in many ways, but mnor<
pa:rticutlar'ly by his recent action in havin1
a tabetrnaicle constructed in the church
Tids is a distinctive piece of furniture corn
mon only to thte Roman Catholic Church
Dee'nd this, 31r. lBetts is also accused 0:
exreme ritualistic tendencies. Hie insist:
upon Icit:iaddresed as "Father," whic1
is atitle iiitinctively~ worn by the ecclesi
atcs of the Rionan Catholic Church
Tlhese innoivat ions have naturally producec
severe critticismn froma the laymen of hih
o-: chu:(ch as well as his brethren in th<
'i'. he mtter was at last carried lhe
te he bishop, the lRight Rev. Thomas 31
Dudley, w. ho at once ordered the remova.
.2 the t:.biernucle aind the expunging fronr
the fornus of worship of all features extra
cous to ihe ritual of the Episcopal Church.
Tese ian ructions MIr. Betts disobeyed, re
irectinig behlind. the vestry, whiose consent,
he~- or'CIted, mst be obtatined before h<
cotl rem'o-ve any article from the chancel
ofi Litihue. On(t tihe matter being re.
fer'e cin tue e-stry of Grace Church, it was
f.,m.tht they fruily sustalined Father
e't, andt refulcd to remove it, thus defy'
in.. th e m-mia'i' of the Bishop. Nothing
m' re coukl bIle done but 'o carry the matter
b.or I e t ributai of the asemnbled counn
cI at ilehrson. Thil was done, :and a
r:;h I' Ve i'a io is no.. proceedintt.
h'-lani rr1 yhippna-Post.
A tj~ai' in d,'1.i h says: Public
"whItping at \ewe''te algr0cted a large
,r1 i j ip( tOr.s. ttimongt themo seveiah
3Ce" I' -. tembc r I''if the 31exicanim Vi!!agc
C..,.p. i.- ex-bib inoee Fight culprits
a-.re -t ri i f tieir clothia'u.an i-shecd
toi Ifi. i p t wie thil hei'm tad
:nat-:ei he'e t. Two ;:.en. f rl the
.I; - w : . i lst itu, whtie a profe-s
.,io~d se 1khief whlo robbed a jewe~lry
storeof : a:: ofigs mnd lockedi thel pro
pie:,r, to preve pursu'-it, reced'.ed only
1'elahs 5it half the' tnmber g.en the
-, K'' :. ** .,' ri,. o,.ed 1harge w ih.itt
:e wi~h i 1t 1 iIe was' given
a urin h.:1:ler ( Charles S"coitt, for
ny h ti i reeied live ha-Ibes;
i. " a.:.: Antoni" Ga".ll, r
. te and ' i chn ive h1 es Ii .
n Ie \.ren .f a co at ofv
n~ri in- 'hn-retihe'ld tatedi,
THE BOYS wVtto ARK wANTIW.
Boys of spirit, boys of will,
Boys of muscle, brain and power.
Fit to cope with anything:
These are wanted every hour.
Not the weak and whining dron'-.
That all trouble manizoify:
Not the watchword of "I can't,
But the noble one, "111 try."
Do whate'er you have to do
With a true and earnest ze:d.
Bend your sinews to the task.
"Put your shoulder to the wheel.
Though your duty may he hard.
Look not on it as an ill:
If it be an honest task.
Do it with an honest will.
High-water inark-Your cihii.
The turning point-TIhe pitchfor irk.
Stage struck-Hit by an omnibus.
The health question-Ilow are you.
Posing for effect-A goat reidy to o
Superior blankets are now wovrn of com
Labor has bitter roots but sweet fi tt
Straws shows which way the sherrv c
The black silk hat can "go to tiL La
The sky, unlike mnan. is n 6-t .; :
He who foresees calmaties ,!TeiS the
Jones says the only trouble with his lal
is that it is too high tone d.
It is not a good way to preserving ymO
fingers to have them "jammed.
''Truth crushed to earth will rie c
-Provided the yeast is not sour.
The man who "wouldn't wonder' MU
be the laziest man in the world.
When a man starts out to paint a tov
red, he does not do it in water coo.rs.
Why is an infirm old man like a muni
character' Each require a staff.
There are few girls that can make a pt
feet mash when a potato is the subject.
Alaska is soon to have a newspaper.
that cold country it ought to tie a b0l::
"How shall I sleep-:" asks a correspor
ent. Try to stay awake to catch !o!
"0, my'" exclaimed Edith, upon 1:
first entrance into the rink: "they're all
castors' an't they?"
The gravest beast is an ass. the grav
bird is an owl, the gravest lish is an oyst,
and the gravest man is a fool.
A young lady c:dls her beau' "hone
suckle.** because he 's always hanging o
the front railings."
"I'm at your service, madam" saLL t
witty burglar when caught with his ar;
full of silverware.
The usual course is to draw before co
mencing to paint, but some women reve:
the rule, and don't draw.
"Who was the straightest man in t
Bible?" "Joseph. "Why'" 'Beerubc P1
raoh made a ruler of him.
The Duke of Argyl says the v:ri
ten million years old. Ilow did he fi
Let your heart be as large ns the wor
but let there be no room in it to hold
memory of a wrong.
The turning point in a womran' lift
When she makcs oyer that ol)I dre
A bo' is c-died "a otmg ihopeful"
cause the one hopeful thing about him
that he will not always be young.
"Nervous Girl" wants to know how
cure "a tiekling sensation about the fac
Get him to shav'e ofM his moustache.
"Ma, why is that darkey equivalient t,
conundrum?" "I'm sure I don't kn~o
my son." "Because he's a-nig-mua. See?'
They are now making bricks of cork,l
the bricks carried in hats late at night v
contintue to be made from the old miateri
We suppose our sailors could chew sb:
ings on a pinch, because they' are used
D~r. Hammond says eating multon .
make women handsome. IHence th'- y
tiality for sheepish young men.
'Tis an ill thing to be ashamed of on
poverty, but much worse not to make
of lawful endeavors to avoid it.
There is a town in Arkansaw wbi
struggles under the name of "Lhmburgre
We'll wager a scent that it's a live town.
"Pa, I want to go whaling." "All rig:
my son." And in a few mintutes he v
busy in the woc dshed, with lots of biubbi
If men knew as much at forty years
age as they thought they knew at twet
there would be mmte statesmn in 1
A turnover is so called because whi
eaten at night it makes a person turn eo
about seveu hundred times before hee
go to sleep.
Revenge is sweet. First Baseballis1
Ah, ha' I hear you fellows were licked;'
terday. Second Baseballist-Yes, but y
just ought to have seen the ump1ire.
A New Jersey defaulter tried to kill hi
self after being informed of his crime. TI
news should have been broken to him mi
gently, as he had probably not heard of
"Yes," sighed old Mrs. Gumbo, "tl
accident was horrible. When I read abc
it, it exaggerated me so that I couldn't<
compose myself for several hours."
An Eastern paper says that a dozen pre1
girls fronm Newv Haven arc taking a trar
through the Adirondack Mountains. TI
tramp must ba having a good time. .
"You may speak," said a fond mothi
"about people having strength of min
but when it comes to strength of doi
miind, my son William surpasses everyban
I ever knew."
You say you are in love wvith t w) gir:
both beautiful, one "divinely tall." and t
other "a perfect little fairy." Marry ti
little one. She won't need so mnuch sti
for a dress.
A little girl went into a d: ug store. 11
other day, and said to the proprietor, in
half whisper. "'If a good lit tle girl ain't a
no money. how much chewing gum do y
give her for nothing?'"
A young lady on becing asked wlat hbm
ness her sweethe~art was ir. and not lik:
to sayj he was hauling soda :mdi ::nr
water on Washington StrIeet, answere:
"lHe is a practicing lk'zzitiou."
"Tell me. papa, are you still :growi:e.
sdd a charmning little girl to) her fathe
whose b:.lnes was as.uming alarming. pr'
the toe of your head has come thrtus
A 'dississipoi dog bit ol a boy 's no:
and swallowed it. This shows the thoa~ I
futness Of the dog. If he swallowed t1
nose without b'ting it off it must h-n
proved 1:a0:a to t he boy.
"Waiter, didn't 1 tell you to give mec
piec'e of melon oli the ice!" "Yaas, s:!
you did. sah." ''Will this pil'Ce is as war:
as a tin roof."' Y.cms. .<.t. Dat's 'cans
hit's off de ice, sah. Devhy's allus wa'
when dey 's otT de ice, salh.
At sea. Small Girl-aren't you glad i
to he on land sometimnt n:e'--W
what do you mieant I thatter mays'f I :a
on land most of t he t ime. Sumdi Giri-- V.
ar: WyPapa says that w hienever lie sm
you. you are half-seas over.
A critical pturchaser was recently e:<ar'
ining sonme mus~iius in one of Boir n's be:
shops, and asked for ludlia nuIl. Th
clerk insisted that what -he saw was pni
isely what she wanted, saving bthtulty
"his is real India muslin, best quality
%V t .: a. h'i 1he r t o (
-;aiue of ti - : C. 1 . l.S
ah :: :-*N . i-1 m Sa
Nin I ~ i. . h '4
;ou kn-Z 11
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ca t':: J Our -i y I 1 11(h
- A i.e . r *'e.4 T i a
buin rU. vi .d D. .in 1 rieaI en --a
r 6 . P o I lit of
l1)t::, avai s Olu f them y :.-! o!u-n ,:s
. , tiv towo month( . Why thcf1m. -
elited sales-, here t hoewith, so I"1
ad1vert-*i!ig Mod'es tyrbd us nliin
a rp. ii-VB. B. 1.1. been efwet t!,
:blic a mrteor hai a .c.ir. i
I:tul no; hie ui-:cewaiy to L bt
up wit cernteC-es Of pa 1 ern
now. orte will coiir adtoi ,,w
:tr U N U. wised col IQU L 0 -r
n For fun years I htua beeI a u
t from " tm aorm (.:-au.i
which redue in L so lw tItah
! recovery . gi n u I he l
e ed the must excruciating p- n tiyi
ih-Lt, and often while ri Bi :
have wisLhed I coud die. I ae ie<
u vrthig knowni for th~at dsae
notin a.dl me any g'" ood, ani have hfa, b
Ssome of the fine-t phys ics of:
-r State0 to 'Work on n ,bu Ull to no er
I have spent over Q00 withent it
.. rlie- . I am now prou to say t) af
r onr s-uly ore i-ottol'e - . BB
emt -led to walk around and atte:i t
b busiess, and I woruln take .Ie '
the btenefit Oeei IOM ur indW r
tle of B. B3. B. I' re-f,:r to all 1:r, -
and b en Of this.s touz n. Y, u : M
Wan- U!yf, Watrcount.-7 Te.
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Svrk, GA.. Iay 1., 1886.
Dr~oor, B.uat Co: You wvill plevase shi
izus pe~r istfreirht one gross B. B. B.
_I t ives usl pleaure to repLort a Got
tradIe for this pr. ,ration. -Indeoed it ha
J fa~r ;;i uLaL~l other bI remedI
wbe t in diteonsIarted mKrit N- rapi
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