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f i , a THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MAY SI, 16 00.
t 'Irtfl publicly ndcIresMoel that wny. Jour roars I'vo . lis IP nut here opnliiB till I'lirmlc," , i i lNtij ;, Tlieu ulve somebody elso n chance toeo j M(vR ltriiipotln tliln. fi'mlnlnoNoIco Irom tliorcnr. i , ; Nil J and the timbrellii cntiio dovvn I iHtJiM ,- It liatlicrovvn vor) hot Itulopil, and If thnio ilflWl hd boon ppfiidlt'i aronnil ltli I'lilniMi'iil Iiind if MINK ' he ni linvn mnilA ii fcirtmii' i It to, tin; lilt, "I wnreunt tho jiroKHiinini' HollorwueMit fast mid iVLtf vvreempl'iveiltoeremti'iirtlll Inl nlr ctirrtMit-j l.ifffl It nn about n m trior In lelrn IHikW (l!RV whentlin heul of tin- Him rninn In muld i l Hi Thorn i nuld bn mi dniilil 'ki mf tlii'i pep iiitt I- l 1 eat felt In tho milium feature of lliei iiirielo. i ' tM nn. I pdpcplally Hip N itl'Uiii' r.tnnl ilmpli). i JT, -J. nmona tlionsciiililcil ioirii l.onij l"'fiil'' tlm ! t Bk I flrit note or martini music vve'Pi heard from 1 , iitf. up I Iftli npnup. ik-iiotliu: tnii iimiroiieli of tlio I l m nolillori'ioluinn iiiokwi re crinied In anxious I ift J p exiectaney ir Its I'liiiilhiMiiid there vv.h ml- 1 ik dent HiitNiiiPtlmi wiih tlino it vomlcr urriuil I'jjll with ninvnot Its proisn hii f ' I "tiucm: iiiky coitr'" 1 '? Ihescilirlnirorsof cooil iinwHWerotliebleiule 'J ni rolloeinen. who Uejit Deputy l Met of l'ollco 'I If (nrtwricjlit Informed ns (n ivtiat wn eolngon ; , f , between th point of formation of tlu iar.iel Us ' mid his lieiiditmrtor at tlio reviewing stand , jL(f . The first who broueht word of tho truoptar- J fill rived nt 1) JiioclopL ' 'I lie bend of thp tnr.idu I IE i nt 1 irtli tliBlrppt.' horcportod At H .11 tin- I if, , othr arrived "I left thoin at 'lliiiti-fomtli 1 'fl , mrpct lu iiiil "Tliero they comi'l" cried ' I ;G Koine one on tho reviewing stand, and erahltiK ! B forkknrd mnny others exclaimed that the) i . Jfi could Ken tin- adrnnpi- irunril of the lliieeuit- I fit' llnpd aualnt tlin sky above the ride on the ii'j avenue, at .Miirrn) Hill 'Jliore followed a u t . It, of ten minutes and then, siiddctilvtl iuhIp ' ! of the le icllng band burst fotth only 11 couple of iltl ' Mniks nwa) and the mounted police ewort I t'B loomed up In one lino, nleht abreast, they ("hi , adkanced, led by 8erf MeOliiiti, ami n I rat; thej pissed dlseloeoil Maior Ivnluht of tlm ' T 1 nlteil hUtes 1 tu-'lnoer Cprp; bu'lbiu 'IE the mm of hU poinmnnil from 11- J I lets l'olnt "l'ort nrm" cominandpd the ' Rfi t'nntnin it the first company, uinl nith , -1, 111 ildli rly benrlni: the uiiuineers obejed. and Jb .. the pkle had hecuii Fine men as the I n- ' , gy Bineers are. their thieo eompanles and the , ,S4 ' bind and six platoons of tho I lilted States 1 J nitlllennnii. map IiIiik dismounted as in- Jiff. fnntr. under Major (irenouuh. had passed i ;M , n fore mote than n rlppln of applaitsp was . ft! beard It wiisthe N itlonal (limrd and Its men hill who hid nlHiiteeii'd for thewnrwltli hppln 1 Vffiji ' thnt the piopln m id unlthiK fm SJ Mioim i hi n. oi WFIIOMF iM i. 'I lien buist foilli ippliuie and cheers us ' WJ Major-On n l(ne the i nuiniiindlnu oflli i rot Hie j ( bJ htitetriNs i. line i lilinc iilonu. his iimpamu 1 i KJ i ' lint ttiriiiililiiun uiilll hlsi-jmlaski'soiilk jut M; Mmwdl loin itlilts liilin and hN spun Hu in , X3. . slttinc his Iioim' In Hue umlierb I isluoii 'ijlS ' Man, cws lurneil next tokknnl hlsstnfr j'Iri i tint lollokved Dim man was iuI-simI fiom It. ' tr who Is amoni; the msl popular niembersiif I'ffll , the National (maul This wis I li ut ( ! ilfct ' Nntllllliel II 'I lllll-t ill, lllf "if Dldll lllieiill ,' K thestaiT HiOHii t iliiiiidii'ds In the innnl is in! I ' 1'i'KKk H id illtliiisewliolooki'dfur 1 liuisi'in iB.3( liein nlile in itliliie nlnn Hie 1 lie if l,i.'e im l ffjjj ' the li'k . lli! st Hill tlli'k kkiillld hllM'sxen llllll. ' M, ' jii.l bilk of tl e lewpimiij ofllii'is ulllm pill I ifi i nfpiuiilns I eslile him. uieetlni; III iililiiitii 'i liJil! . rndesof Hie T wenlj-s'i'onil and ollieis wlih ; w enthusi ism nlihoiiuli lelurnd fiom titkiiiu , ' "til ' his p' no in the p ride L"'i nise of n broken. . ,w log llelde him wis Trai k hick who n on ) i jDI , lmnor is a M urn in th" hiuentk-flist at H in 1 'JIIPjl Ju in Hill at -, uitlnso. but now out of the Vlfji (iiiinl Ilelilnd tlie "Maioi-in iiei l mm- iilfl! i rnniidinu eam lili oliu kiiaid or Siu ul 'Ik-I ron beirliiB the heidiuui is iHk 1 it and then the Hue bod f their cuurades, ,ftft ' twehe ibre isl. under Major Url l(.'i'in in. with Ms. their bind plilni: 'TlierellLe i hoi time in 7tl , tlieolil t iwnto nlulit ' In Hir i ompnilesof , M ' four pi itoons it'll tli" inilikiinii imle I k i Bx mid then, with the er-nih pmin Inii nal ' gjf between, c nun Hub -tlen M I oskn If lit t. Iijft punimniiilei of the 1 Irst lliltmle lonklni; n A' j t'im as in the dass when hi was n spinee IU , jouiil' Ileulinint In the Ikkcltlh With lilni i J ill . weie his stall, hiseoior mini 1 and an eseotl of im ; the Kirst Hrlttido silunal i nrp Hen llutt JhS ) swept In amid ipplmise. mid lioutof nppl uise yn e, nron, as ( ,, llartleit iipiiand. leiiluit; the 'j (j ; x, procession of the IwelitJ-seioinl Victor Ilei- 1 jilt lert and the Twentj-sieonil b mil foil ikkeil. all i 1 ,t : ariaked In full dress uniform, ind Hen It wis i (wS j I noticed, perhaps for the llrt time b thn'o .it . It 1 I , the revlewlni: stand. Hint eeik solillei In in ' tlf I '" " " lown to Hie iiinri liinu nun in Hn (ItS comliiB rinks, was in lieiw marelilm; nidi i 1 ln fntiKue acrrlco uniforms, and none lilt f ' j' ' the bands sported a Cain d u outfit ' ' ; 3 Tlu wis Ocn lion's express hhn It w is hU J I ctcsite that upon this, the tlrst oee iso i slucu . H . C" . (lie Vnrwlu'li 1ill tlintioopsnf M mil ittnn nere ,,18 parallel in sht of the i itlens. i er man ,1 I should show himself In the uniform of i kkmk- tjf.'i ln soldier and eiilliped foi the Held Inch Slip National (Juiird leciuunt, liltc or little, a- ? ,j peared oiiiimleil In two Inlt illniis, with ' k Br 8 even man iiiitilne hl pick, blankit mil a ,1 1 . poncho. ilntiulInK eintren, web laitridee j) -j ' wits leKKinKs and i iinpiljll li it Mnioi !j 1 llotililtln led the I irst Unttalfon of the j! t Twentk second, and thai llilei m ncliltiir s l fiontsof the comp mles thnt'followeil liltnev. J ( cited th" onlookeis to lenewedutipl nise.wlileli Sift continued until Minor Hart and the whole ifi'ij th'rteen companies of siTtctn tlleh front, into Jvii whl di tlie reciinent wiwdlkldpil.Jind pissed 'fi ni? Then enme Col Leohnrn arid the Twelfth Ii'SJ? with Majors Content nndUiaiH eomniaiid of 1 Ijii the battalions, and, althoilith their ranks and (.1 ponipiules were fewer than tllosMoftlin Twin U tk-seconil they But their meed of lipid ills '. .! If hleli roe Into loudef-toius wliiui their time ''HI tattered colors went bl'. , cjl9 Tho Mnth followid the Twelfth, with the ' newlj elected eomninluler. Col Mo lis. leul- i!!S f Inir I.ieut -Col lliiid's horse to ik strong I .''tlili - dislike to pissIiib the rtvlewlni; st.-iitd mid Ind Jjljilr to be led bj Minors JAiipi uiul Loriinn. In j .9 I the places the held before the reelment t m- , sj id for the war, were in command of the b ij- i s i tallous, and Hie i inks rhoned thlniilnir. due it Ml "'e dlssensitiiii. tlmt arose ilurinu ( kl MSb! Orcene's time, while tho reslment wns at l Ijj) j; Chlckaminu' I. but there were leteraiisenoiiKh t JilJj' In the elekim i unliaiiies lo hrlnirti) the whole (i Si j ii Elnient n ureotini: that whs hearh. I St a Now enme Hid f uifiinof iliuele and behind t .'. i B It tti ruiiibloof liea laden wheels mult lit il ii a a loyisWendel appeued b idllii; the nun ind i ; I Buns of the Hrt rtllleik kendel role his . jl1 S , well-known ilinclnc lioise. bill Ids tact in JO'lf tmssiiiB In reklew wasas edlte asthnt of an 1 (!) j ortheMurdk mlmils Hilt trundled Hie well- i-jliB ke t .(-Inch steel rilles or Ihu i inssuint of the i Jy! batter ,j: ffl FI I'isshs mi sTkMi (Si 3 lliiB-'ien (icortte Aliioie Smith, aciompn- I, .ffi'l' 2 nied lo his KtnfT of the IMftb llrh: ide, his color I i( i IS Kiinidand isnni or Hie SiliiiiI Coips. swiut , il s instand illmesweri turned in i ipeifnue as " ii M the tall bum of i ol M pb ton and tin irriy jjiua unlfornr of the Sek nth npninit lied W Inl S.jjJi rui'i Hon the seventh m iv linvei k eted Is a jjVa i m ittei nf imiiei lure but them w is no nuns '.J x tion In the minds of all mIiu . in it. , f J tint from the cominnndliiK oflleer to the il ili last m in in the nnr ninks eveiv ire- ,3 it Piiutlon li id I pen taken to plii e tne "S I' rcKlnient bejondi rltleismns tnltsso'dlerlk up 'i .' penrince 1 ven the I and li id been luuuu utcd 'H jl In numbers until It was double tins -,1e nf anv I 'iM oilier In the long line, and fiom tup to toe i ver A !( (j in in was u'contrid to pass tli inol minute In- tii.K ffl sin i Hon Ith ten full ionipanlei,or eluhteen f'jllj 1 fibs front, It man lied bv, ami nevu did the ' rfllij Jj fnm ills seventh m ike a llnei appe triune ,1 j H Hisses hid greeted the nun on Hie unrcli 'ty i down the avenue, and It wis with set f h m that i ill 0 tin k insse 1 thenivlekvliiBsl mil "Ives front ' , !M a had been Hi" rule l'asslnK the stands the mi n I tttwl'il K,,,,,,. st ind sii ilBht ahead, ami. nlthohirli friends f)jWHHfAs. 'hei ' intsed shouts of iiiiinv,il whlih ne'irll L JflHAjMi siuothere I tlie hisses, the Sevi nth went b as tKKKfii if It weie mcrclv it machine, true in step. In time dB'tSHmiri nndhWlnB I ut with imslBn of n ocnitlon for MuaK!w those on wnti h I irst from one ifinrtei, then HmBHl'HI from tin IiNMiic nken ime tlie iii- HHBHHHhiIIIIIIIF ,ls soon ns the fib nils or the Hev- BBBRffiTEnwEyiHlillWr t entli ieill7ed vrh it was boIiib on Hiev re- KL'lyHaiB - driiihlnl their eflorts, mil rmni that tune. HPW jtillHlHr ilurinc the entire iissibh ,,f the riBlmint, HR VkzmH there 'ins a i Im of ilvnl noise Nevertheless, HZjK JHUlllllllllllVIl "'" bls'lnc wis steadlei linn Hie npplnusi , WmniiKr" n"d Hi1!'11 I' '" - mie so dominant th it a ninii HSHyBRc 3 "d up and i ib 1 nHHtil "Iluee times line., for Hie Seventh' let's ii show the hi k-, vrh it we think of them nW ' The (lioeis weie Blki u he irtilk, but Hiey HHHH'; dldll t drokkii the bmlnu- I uder these HtH'' trkinBeiieiimst ni es tin .s.kintln urlid Itself HWBIB well rrlnps iheie was a slmht n dib idnuof iHI- thef-ies a per eptlhln tluliteiilni; of i bo lips, ijB hut it was In ads en s rrm t. and in in h l steud) for all of thoin Vsseniblkiii.in Mnei. H who Is i acapt mi in tlie leim 'nt. was hcVred V as he nMR; It n is n rduf win nt fl DufTv and the SWtj- HP' taHji ninth urpeated ift. i Hi. sek nth and the ip- kllllBr? BH Hnuse for the Ball hi' Irlslinieu was bivi ii rith K HE UWill. ekell HlMluh the tllrmillt WIS not so fX HHt I use as thefrb n Is kf the regiment would hive M-.-fJ. H j 'ik'diosi-e Mi, oi- s1iiij,ii in 1 M Lrjst il i HH toinm nidi d tin Inn Kc. Bf! 1 T,D SFVI M V-l II si's " vllM VVI UilMK Hr, Bllii The I Ishth folli.kkcd He' Mn -ii.nth with Hfs VljulJ1 f"1 liiklsiml Majois Ciderl n'k mil Klrbk in kftfB-i BllOfil coinrnnd and then amo Hu si.ventv-llist Hi nili! iimb'i ( o Irmels ( rbs of io..d Uu" hU H nil' ' (,r""' ' ",,0,l" "I'd i beers unite I the H'! B f I Ufl? ' slioii's uniioiincid the ipi utnlti m of some of kllllllVv 11 lliihi thos. wliow hi r. n mu m Hun Held It is a Hrl 111 i! Ill s'' ' ' sliowin j too.thai the se. ntv-llrsi ma le. Er 14 (i Jill lurniiiB mil llfl n e inim mds .if sln en Mies ft I'filt' front It d 111 llehuiK IP - idk -i Idlerlv r ishlull. I; I tlllr '" " Wiles kh I Is I l". Ik e i i t, d 111(1 I Tlit 'IT' II (iIjIJ'I Wells i onun nub d the I tt't niniis t li I'Bll " "" ' 'ml ir nl IiiibIcs aiiliouneed the tq ICrtlllli eomiiiu of C n t II iv nl WiU.n n,, tho heivv IKgi HI lili "ri ' o'the s.,., on.l lbilteiy and whin it hid K; llllll pissed m iii ndld order un b" I irst llattn H., Hi IIS' llou i ik i! n s, ike, imdiSr I . miiiauib r Huts HlK Hinii !er Him. mi Ir md tin e men of th, ... i were KvBHliii cn eted Willi iimiualilbd appl mse si.ek and KBr HKH! spin. the in liclied bk in sevi n divisions the Ht Ut first arined ik Ith pit ks and shokels as n h.ippiuB IK'BHl ami iiiiiiliic "nips and the luilitnv pirt of the ny (sirnle vvisovei HHHr " ambulance of Ibeiiiiiril 'o'lowed in the HK"HVHI bip bitweiii He hi (lit t v i iL'eant and the HAHH hind f the (irand Aruik loliiiuu HB ' niikMi Et '' ' '"' ''' hoiioi In Hie tir iml rnik .In Is- K' HH'!1 '' ' aU i tie mBis t' inaiiil Marshal Ri, bbBb I Jewel ili.' .ill kite in mini hiiiB stilrui un Hit HHK dr r the h t j ivsol the sun M inj or Hieni ir- Hm BHHH. X r" '' "" " icLlmciitiil eolnrs, vkiikh were Hfi. HHHKC iuvariib'k ehiei'd I. hu it I' .., Hffi HHHHt '" I' "k frock e. ni, kiult helmets, K HHHHfe white Lilters and uriinB white wreaths H HHHHk irmdt n line nh .w nf rh 'o neBro posts. Kg HHHHmP ' n ireivs 1'ost and Hi nldeiis stekiiia Tost, wore cheered hoartlly. . The Junior nnyal reserve drow r float, on which was nn o d tline man-ol.war.nrlnK ij sultitn from minia ture Rims The Inst part of the imnde was made up of cadet bodies About 1 1 f clock one of the three nnihulnnei s stationed bv the. eastern stand w as siniinioiiiMllo TwentJ -seventh street nut I'lffhiveniio lonttenil n sllttlit case of heat prostration T ho intloiit loeovered In a tiolBh lorliiB stoic tiii: v turn tiii: seiestii. II i:iii'ited IIIsIiik nud tint It. mid (lot Applause. Too-I'iill ftnnk In (iiinil Trim. The hlsslni: cf the Seventh benaii at the vprv start In upper VlT'li avenue, Thoo who had I'onio to hls hcsltatcJ until there was some applause si that they would not be too lonsplciious when attention was attracted tc their nolsv) The regiment cot nlnna a block , or two with very little chccrliiB or hlsslne. but I oiiea fho coinmliiBled noise becan It lasted alone the whole lino of march, lometlmea svvelllim Into u mnr and Bometlmes so faint flint Hie llsn of u liltlo clrl of sevn vears. " laid to bo to wir o o ould be beand. This Incident ocourio I nt Mneteentli street and caused n hundred people to turn and look at the mile stnndliiB on the newel post of a stoop and pointing .v ileilslvo fluccr at the marchers. Her ffttner stood beside her and ovldontly was responsible for her sentiments. After pissIiib throiiKli the Wn'liliiBton Arch and lunelune Fourth street, Iho Seventh turned iasttotha Ilowcrj. There nero veiy fow onlookors here and no nol-n but on islonnl haniUlapPliiB. ... , .,. At M'l,r o'clock jostcrdnv mornlnc OiO men fell In nnd Ave minutes later the renlment w is IcavliiB the miliary I'ho sovcntli has the ten-eompnnv formation, but Insteid of form Iiib Into Platoons it divided vesterday into twenty companies. bIvIhk an olllcei foreaih Near thetornerot Hltv-llrst stiect. mi Hie way down tho band slopted playliiB because the Blxtj-nlnthV band had struck up Mild I hub svne The Siitv-nliith lli'Blment lav in I ast 1 Ulv-flrst stieet waitliiB to till In be hind the huvcutli Col. DillTy aid hit olll eis nud (ol Vppleton ami Hie Sekentli s ollkers Bravel) ralsetl their cnmPilKii hats to each oilier , , I t Hie ITftloth street lomet tho clieerinv and hlssliiB bBau. t ol Kiiplrton'n friends bemii hiildclntiriiiB when lie rode by and as si. in as thev did some one else beunu lilsslne lint the volume oi noise at the head of tlir rcBlmctit was nothlne to the hubbub raised it Hie rear such a uvuutioii as t ol. Dully eot' It ratiB In the eirs of the eiulinost Sev enth s ui'ii until Hiev Acre under and pist the W.ishlimtou Mill The thunder of It waB 'initiuiioiis and people who were liandclapPiiiB the shvciiHi lookud IIP Hie avenue In aston Ihlinient when tho din reached their ears No mittvi now entliuslistle the lilentls of the vvi nth roav be thev don t let theniselie" bo with the abandon of the ailmlieraor the Slxtv nlnih . .... Wheiever boarded up door md windows in die ited that the oeeupints ot Hie home were nwav sluhtspers to ik possession ot Hie sloop and first bdeonv If there vvns one. It was from biouiis or this kind that hisses and cit cills for tho Seventh i.ii'in T lie people who li id throtvii men then houses to Invited fiknds i.ipi c! mid cheered the .Seionth, In front ot i he slle of the btirneiboiit Wlndsoi Hotel wis one id tlteo leiule'vousfH and the hlssliiu was loiidt i there than at any point ih'ikP Miss Helen fiould was on the bilennr oker the iloor of I'er home at the n irtheast lornoi of i rlv heventlt street With lier .vas a t nrtv ot friends I.afajette 1'nst. O I! . ivas waltlnif nt this con er to fall in Hie iioiesslon As Co'iiunnv 1 of Hie sekenth passed some one of the I tr.ivette men i illml out. - Ihieeeheers tor Ilorice (' Du al. Thej weie Blven. I.ieut Uu ul looked stralclit idienl. Ihere were ihcer fur the Mxti-ii Inth nt the Henioiriti 'Club and iheers for the Seventh at the I ninii IcaBueiotner The windows ol Hie Waldorf storl i were crowde ' tvltli ser vants who veiled foi the Stv.nlntb About T vintk t iBhth tn et a well dres-ed man cried "(iiKidold .seventh (mod old Seventh." nnd kepi It up until his throat ivas sore His en thusiasm broimht forth counter yill" t the Madison Sun ire leviewlni: stind the lilssluit nnd iteilllnB were tumultuous. Calls mid ln-os drowned all Hie iheerlnc Some or he mildest el libels were lobsters." 'stiffs '"asphalt soldlois," 'Tin soldieis" At 1'wellth stieet a plllo- stii'Ted with feathers was opened nt nn uiipi window or from a roof A few of fie fenthois Hotted Jokvn upon the Infnntnmen, but the crowd boi niust of them 1 lie vellsol ' While leitlier"1 ' Who showed the.wlilte feather-' were ills Hint, but few , , , It w is not until WnshlnKton rnrk hid betn Passed that tho seventh men weio out of lie iriutt nf the thunderous mention ot the Sluv-nlnth oeiiliiB over to the lloweri the head ot the Seventh, whh li w is now man blue hi Itself, the prioes'liin hikl.iB Lioken up, turned north and linlted for n rest T he thi es ot Hie liefrivere lobster iolnr .sure cuoueIi and the wen; hot and thirst) sel0,,, jion er siloon kPCi ers sent thlr bartenders out wltl. trnvs filled ith Elasses ef beei. A saloon keeper nt he northeast t orner ot 1 IeIiHi street did nils without moiiev and wltlnu' trhe ' I hek tn.it us better on the Hower than on riftn nkcnue. ' said a Fourth company m in. as he w lied Hie finm on hl i oat sleeke Vt Hie Ninth street .t.ition of tlie Ilil-d avenue I.' rj id Hie mm took trains lor sixty-seventh sttett nnd niari'lied tothslr nrniorv. Tliej were n sobet. rated lot of men all dis. Thei hid marched down 1 ift 1 avenue with the old time steadiness and swIiiBnnil neither turned to the left toBreet applause nor to the rlelit to meet hisses With eyes front Hiev faced a trial tint they hid known vviiscoiiuiie From the Colonel down hardli one failed to iom ment upon the laree number nnswerlnB "Hue at ro'lcnll, althoiiBli oven man knew tint tbev were toencotiiitei a doubtful recep. Hon When back in the uiruory and dis missed thev shoned that theie was little sore lies? The men thought tint tho whole thina micut liake been worse ami -uld so "Hut we turned out stroiiB, just the snnie," said one. iiothcr admitted that he had recoived an niioniinniis letter warnlnB him IL'lllnft pniad ina ns, tlie letter said, the revtlment was to be "done up' Of courts, the recipient of !the let ter was in Hue. Col pilton said tint he was sitlsTed T he Seventh he s du. But more apphue jes. terdiv Him it Ills Bt on nil) parade In bib reiollei Hon 'It novel Bets rheered," he said, "W'otike lmu.ls and othei dutv as a matter ot ionise. Tod iv 1 heard more applause than 1 ever he ird befoie for the Seventh, and ! heard voinn hlssos, too Tlie small bovsdld the hiss InB. ahled hi some Brown-up hoodlums The Sekenth Is still the Hiiejt. most lit reslment In the N ilicnal (iiiard, and, as it nlwavs has been, Is rendv to obe orders We went out to day with full rinks I ee.iusn we li id unlets to. and we will bo whenever and wheievei we Bet or ders to bo ' The cause of the liostllo demonstration aEaitist tlie Seventh lteBlmentwnstherefiis.il it the reitlment to volun'cer Tor the war with Spiln. 1 neh lompnni. In Its own room, voted tor or nBnlpst volunteering- and the vote shoned tint the rcBlaient would not volunteer. The reason nsslEaed wis that t'le (ioTorn ment rould Bive noiissiiranco that tlioorir.tii l7atlon of Natlounl Otnrd iCBlments which vollinteereil would be kept In'nct. The men or the Seventh wanted to serve under their own offlcors, nnd after it wii; decided not to Tolunteer Col Appleton made n statement to Hie pITiel tint the .seventh would serve the fOkornment nnk nheie for any lenBtli of time, iirokldcd the oieaulntlon was called out as it rPBViueut tiirt'ifi i oh mr. sv.r i:ty-fi itsi. The ItrElnicnt's I'lne IHsplnr nT Soldierly splrll n ihe Seventh Iiiubrd 1'nst. The Sivpiitj. first Iteclment was cordially niPlved all aloiiB the line of inarch In fact, in point of enthusiasm Its welcome surpassed tint accorded lo nil) other orcanlration The reelment tumid out about timi stronB The mill trouble experlcmed In assembling thpiiiwasin I'oniPin) K. where coiisldciablo fielliu. Is repotted to est nBninst I lent I lioinpsiin, wli (ouiiiiaudeil the nini li.ui) )isTprdi) Severil men lefttseil to mar h iliidei him, but about tlftv-flve llu illk turiud out Whin kvaltltiB lor the paride to stmt Hie reclmi ut vvns hal'ed at 1 ml) -ninth street for more than an hour Tn vv tr I the end or Ihe wait the Seventh ltcsl ment, which had lormed a lew li'oeks further up hove in slRht s tbo crowd surroundlnB Hie So vi iiDdlrst Hi eimeiit cuiElit aBllmpseof Hm illatliit tiki) uniform of tlie .seventh there were i few cheers and then isrurm uf hisses Col. 1 rands and his staff, who were nt th . or tier. In ml Hk-IiIshps and one ot the ofllinis turned ton ird the ninks of sekptit-flist men stretehliiB east tlnoiiBh the I lock "TheScionth bo)s,' ho cried, "elve them i cheer' 'and the fimit ranks passed tho word li ick to those hi the re ir until the w hoip rcBl i ment broke Into a volley nt i hei rs Ihe hisses of the orokvd weie louipletely drowned nnd the men of the Seventh looked phased It w is a little Incident, but it did pot piss unnoticed bv Hie sin rviJiiilliiKcrnwil w Inch lemnincd sihnt until the seventh had p i-sed In Ihe afternoon a detail of the Soventy-flrst i nt to Mount Hope ( emeteiv, where some of the men killed In ubi are buried Companies (.Iandti went toHtnten Is) md to take nirt In the paride there In honor of Private Dei kcr, who was killed in bittln hit or the rut tin; Ml the Oreniilintliiiis Promptly on Hand nt Their sHeiiilillnB stations. I'roperl) sppnklnK, tie parade consisted1 of tno divisions the National (mitrd nnd the (irand Army of the llppublle. with an es'ort from the tegular nuns For convenience, nine dlvlslonsappeiredon the official procrammo The two divisions were in command of John 11 II) do. GrajuJ Marshal, Charles F. Unmor beinu t Adjutant-General nnd Chief of Btaff nnd Abram L. Weber Assistant Adjutnnt-Gencral. Tho Grand Marshal nnd stuff reached tho Grand Marshal' lieadnunrters. Forty-seventh Atroot nnd Fifth nvenuo. rlcht restlnu on tho avenue, ntn few minutes bofaro il o'clock In Foity. seventh street, nud extendlnc over nonrly to Third avenue, weio the Cadet Corps of Squad ron A, Cnpt Malcolm II. I'nllo commanding, nnd members of Lnfajotto Fost. No 140. (I A II. Joseph.! I.tttle commanding, both of whlchorBnnlsMtlonsmtod ns n special escort to the Grand Jlnrshnl For nearly an hour before tho Grand Mar shal reached lipadnuartots. tho organlntloim Intake pirt In the pirado were nssembllng lu the cross streets e ist nnd west of Fifth nvcnuo to which they hid been assigned There was ver) general comment oft tho piomptness with which the Nntlonnl (luanl regiments took stn tlon Tlie order of Major-Gen Hoe. iom mandlng (leneral of the Guard, was that brlBade coniiiinndeis must be able to icport their coinmatids ns In position to him nt his heaibiuirtcis. Flftv-slxtli stieet and 1 lltli avenue, b) It o'clock, llytlut hour every Nn tlonnl (lu ird regiment was lenorted piesent. oi nciouiited fot. Tito ilBht of line, the plaeo of hentn, was ne corded to the regular army The detnchmoiit was Hindu up of u bnttallon of I nihil States 1 nslneeis from Wlllets l'olnt and West l'olnt and three batteries ot .Seventh I'lilted States Artillery liom Fort Sloeutn. Tim regulaiswere ill command of Maior CieorgeG (ireeuoiigli, Seventh Artlller). The eiiBlneeis were ioiii nianded b) ('apt G W Goethalsof He- ( ori.s of 1'nglneers and the urt llliit m-ii I.) (apt. John Mlllls, also of the Corps ot engineers The men from West l'olnt left there on Monilav lileht on the Government boat Hen Meigs, which picked tip Hie Wlllets l'olnt and 1 ort Sloitim detachments on the vvn down eirly veslerdav morning The Meigs landed tho loinmamls at the loot of Fast 1 Ift) -seventh street, nud the legulais, headed In the I.ngi lu ers band from Wlllets l'olnt, inarched dlrcitl) to thuli station in 1'nst 1 IfD-sevunlh stri et. right lostlng on Fifth avenue The I irst llrlsude. Nntlonnl (niurd, llrlg Gen Mil oskrj llutt lommntidlng. took station intlio strei ts Immediatelv below I'iftv-seventh street ami on the east sldo oi the avenue T he Twentv-seeond llcglinent. Col Franklin Hart led, mounted on n lino bnv, commanding, was in lirtv-slxth street, and the Twelfth nnd Ninth Heglmints and Hrst Ilntton vvheeled Into the streets Immediately below. The Htth HrlB.idc. llrlg -Hen GeorBe .Moore Smith cnmmauditiB. ami mounted on one or the tew long-tailed hoisos in the p iride, took station In ljist Ulty-seeond street and tho tour streets below. To tho Seventh llegluient, Col. App'eton, was given thoplnio of honor In the I Ifth llrigadn, the regiment wheeling Into lino from i Ift) -second street. Thestationof the Sixty-ninth was In 1 Ift) -tlrst street, and a crowd of Its ndnnrerswas theie to welcome It. The I Irst Nnval Hattilion, Commander W. Duller Duncan. Tr. command ing, took stiillon in last Fort) -seventh street. ii iihn k 1 (low the Second llntterv t almost ex ictly 0 HO o'clock Chief of Staff Homer to le up to the Grand Marshal, siluted and sild 'sir the parade Is formed " "Iorwnrd. guide right I' shouted the Grand Mnishal The ordei was repeated up the ave nue, the ngulars wheeled around from Hftj seventh stieet and tho parade had started ititrnia ir or the piinnr. The MitutHii, re At coiiipltilied Quickly nud Without the Slightest ('onrimlini. At Wahlrgton Suuar1. where the pirado bmkc up. a largo crowd h id gatlu led hours before the head or the prmessiun was In sight, but even when the lino leached tho sipiarotho iiowd was not deinonslrntlke After tho Nntlonnl (maid regiments had hurried undir the arch and were well on their wi) luck to their respective inmoile-. I.ifnvette I'ost, O A II . ( Viiiiiii.iinlor J J. Utile, h il'ed at 1 Iglitn street md fornu d a Hue nlong Fifth nvenue. fai lug west, while Grand Marsh i! John II li)do and his stifT rode bv Tho Mnrslnl and and his st iff lined up on the nv nue just u irlh of the arch, and th nimnndoi nf each or ganisation as It passed snlutid and or.krid his iom m ind to port arms Ml but one of the orEinl itlons in irelied uinl.' i the arch and through the siunre to lourtli street, thence taking dillirent loutes to Hu Ir luunes The exieptton was Sinud-oti A. which vvheehd to Hip left in limit of tlm ini'h and pnsspd on toward Hroadwn) li) Wash IliBton plnce. I here was little or no confusion as a result ot tho bnakliig up of the parade, and even the last divisions, w lib h were i opt imised of the i ndets. got out of the way in MUlek time, so Hint within like minutes after the mount! d policemen who hroiiEht up the rear bad pissed b) there was hnnllv a mini or hov in uniform to lo seen mat tho siiutire Tlie I ist man had passed bv before noon T he i inn it w is order!) nt nil times, and Tip: Chapmnii. wlio I roiiKlit two plntoons of police from the Mem I street station, had little or nothing to do sflflffiS .17 IT'V TOM It. .iik. Hoosevelt llriikks fiimi the nertil's I Ife I csNiitiH lor the Itepublif ro-In). Nenrlk TiOnO persons gntheied around the tomb ot Gen Gruil on lllvertlde Drive at the memorial services held .here yesterdii) aftoi noon under the auspices of I S Grant I'ost of Itrooklvn nnd listened to n lutrlotic speech bv Gov Hoosevelt Cumin Hide- Illrt F l'nrsons opened the exercises with a brief nJdress. after which Comrado Hei nn I Smith was lu trodticed as the presiding oflleer The crowd net sang " mrlc v ' and Chai lain A Stownrt Walsh offered a prnver Gov Hoosevelt was Hibii introiliued II was enthusiastically re- elved The Governor sild "I reB.ird the opportunlt) to speak to )ou to d ly, on such an oieasluii, befoie this tomb of all tombs In tho world, inve that contilnlng Iho bodk ot Abraham I Incoln, ns a sieclnl honor, and In what I hive to sa I shall pa) spet Inl homrge to i on b) seeking to iippH to our needs of the present dn) the lessons ou tnugl.t iu the past. Wo tan be;t pay rover em o io the name and memory of Gen Grant bv living to-dav up to the prlticlples.be taught, fought and lived foi We can do oi.r duties ns citizens best bv taking to our lieirts the prln cloles of I'ltlenslilp for which vou cave your out li and thousands of ) our comrades give their lives. "I think the hstor of tho great Captain of the civil w ir should he studied b) all citizens, esieilnlly for two things it teaches, for two notes struck b) his life. The note struck t li fe re Fort Donelson, v.hen he tuld tho aimed foe that his terms were unconditional surren der nad that onl), and the note struck at Ap pomattox, when lie rouiiesred for each man of the defeated l onfederate arm) Ihe right to keep his hmse and take It La'k home with him to help him till ids land lino was a uoto of unvleldlng lesolutlon In the lace of an atiuod foe. the other a note of lirm and generous inagunnliiilt) once Hint foe was dlsarmod I think we can ailord io practice Hie lesson iniight b) these tilings to-dav ' 1 think we will Uo well to remember that out ling cannot go back oufnre uu nrme.l foe, that .ve can onl) tre it with nn armed foe when the suprenino of cm ling Is aikiiowledgsii. Hut oni that is ncknowledsed, then we ..re bound to see Hint wheiever that II ig Hunts justice, mercy and pence slinll prevnll I don t have to ask vou men of the grent war to ie member that tint two tilings must go hand lu hind 1 don t need to tell vou. it den drain had said nt I ort Donaldson, es, I am a man of peace, go baik in )our lines and tnkn ) our horses ami )our buiis with von,' Hi it If he had shown mere) theie.lt would have meant jeir more ol grief nud bloodshed Hut, again. If he had not shown merivnad justice hfterkvnid nt Vppomattox ic would have meant a widening, perhaps a perpetual widening, of the hrench between us nnd our brethieu "Ihere Is n time to he juvt and there Is a time to be inoiiiful, thero is a time for un yielding resolution and a time for the hand of fellowship and brotherlv Irve 1 lie gieat mm Is the mnn who knows the time loi one and tho timo for the other. Injacing the difficul ties Hie republic now hasTiefore It, it must follow the example olden. Giant It must insist that no armed enemv within the lerrl torv that has come Intooui possession through the war with Spain must be permitted iodic 'ate terms to It, To show weakness now would bu lo iiiTlte trouble In the future W lieu oiuo we have carried th point that peace must inme and that our tine must wavu aver Hint piac, thee we aie In honor bound to see that that pe.ue Is of the same advantage to the Iconic ol iho trooleiil Islands ot the si i ns it Is to us We.nre In honor bound to see tint our Hag is the sjmbol of jiiatlce In pcice as well as In wat "Hero we stand to-dav nt home In our own coiintrv In the midst of this glorious sprlug weather and with prosperity around us, while in the swelteritiB heat of the l'hllippincs our men are lighting tor Hie Hag, the same as ) on d tight for It fiom INII tu 1ni these men have the ilzht to demand of us Hint we think of them, th it we shall know what the) aio iloliu and what thev are suffering, but not with maudlin s)mpnihv or regrt t. Small ts in) resiopt fornn) )oung smerlenn aho, with ihe opportunity nefore lilm and no His to ksep him home, would not hnMen out to serveutnler litis, I.nwtnn and Mac rthur. n follow gallant Funiton, as thev strive to add iipt lnures.to the flag ihii ou men foiiBltt for Let us up hold these men who ore tlgming In the I'nlllp- idnes In everything. Let ui reallre that ther ore showing In this generation the qualities you showed In the one before them. Let jib show that we appreciate these qunlltlos -qualities that mnke us proud of our Vmorlcan cltl renshln nnd remember thnt, they are now eontsndlng with ths same things that )ou contended with In your time. "I: has not been n gient war tint we hake just gone through Our volunteers uinl regu lars fought for month where jou fought for vears Ihe) fought tens of thousands of men There vou fought hundreds of thousands Hut they are now giving the liest of their cnui ige. hooos, faith nnd blood for.the ling, as vou gave vottrs thirty-live je.i's ago I phold their ImniU ns vours wcro upheld Witt hid vour Anllnnilliiliumis. we hnve ours now: but the nllandlghams of tn-dnr nro n fecblo roe and cannot Uo as much nsthoy would like tido. "Homember that when Until victory enmes. ns come It must, wo then have the heavier duties ot peice upon us. Hememhor. when order Is restored l.i these Islands. Hint we nre responsible Tor them. It will lie a bitter shame to us If peace, prosperity and ivcll.belng dn not follow Hie restoration of nrdor We must learn our duties as much bv tho lessons we nro not proud of ns by those 'hit we nre proud of. I et ns not lie afraid or facts, be the) pleasint or iinplensnnt. I saw lu ii newspaper report the other day that ii town In Mnskii had retltloned to ba taken out from under our flag and annexed to ( Hindu, because foi vears It hns struggled In vnln tn get n tuopet (lOtcnimcnt from us l.vcry American must bow Ids bend In shame when he thinks of such a request coming from a place undei our eontiol. that Biieh a request shouldlbo bornlof out ncgllgsme In the last, let us tliiough our Hcnesent Ulvee m Congress, b) the constant stirring up of nub ile opinion, spe that our iiewdpndeiicles git proper treatment ou men fought foi two princliles. union nnd Ilbert) thnt our nation would bo a might) one nnd n free mio. ou fought for and establlsheJ tlie prlniiple that Mill man should be treated according to his iudlkidiial merits, and not n coidlng to lnco or creed. I ntll this Is done In the pre-ent crisis we will not have learned the. lesson you taught us I et us make oar ling in deed, and not merely In nnnie. u Hag of freedom tor all orderlv and law abiding men. "Wo Invo serious problems iiLoird, but more serious ones at home. I Itlmn'elv no nation an bo great unlesn its gientness is laid on foundations, of righteousness and decenev Wo innnot do great deeds as a nation unless we are willing to do the small things thnt mnko up the sum of zrcntness, unless wo believe Hi energv and thrift unless ne bellive th it wo have more.todo than simplv necomplish mate- 111 prosi ciit).;ut)loss.,ln shoit, vrcdooui full dutv as prlvn'o cltlens Interested alike In the houor of the S'nte. We can pin) nur pirt pronerlv onlv bv rrctnrliig to play it Ip ad vance Out In Hie rlvei here vou can see one of tho ships tlmt did such noble work In the light off Smtlago Heiiiembei that tills ship, like all the others, did I'swork so well In war beemseit was preinred font lu timcor peace "Men of the (irand Army. I speak to )ou to div as eltlens who havo been citizen soldiers. I speak to you as merlcnns. who know tint all inerl"nns am leadyforanv sai rlflces to pioleit the nation trotn domestic mallm i r forilEii lew. nnd I congratulate ou on vour veirl) trlbi.te to vour greit Ciptiin and com rndo nit no civil vv n." Gov. lioiRcvelr was so freouenllv interrupt ed bv applause In the early part of his speech tint he leqiiestod hl nudlence not to choer anv more The ppoplo took this good-naturedly and obevpil tho Injunction, but made itli for their silence nt the close nf the speech bv a vetlfnble tempest of cheering Tho services ended with;he rending of the ritual ot the Ginnd Army of the Heuublic b) Comrade Thomas Miirrnv and Chaplain Walsh and the blowing of tans bv a buglei Innne dlntoh the cruiser Hrooklvn. whlih was an chored in tho river oDposlte the tomb. Ilred a national salute The member ol the post, utter the exercises, went Inslds the tomb nnd placed there several l!o-nl offerings mong them wisn huge w re u of red roses from the Chinese Consul in this iltv. ( hung l'ao Hsi. who was present at tlie services jeiiisii iiminti: unci- tub tr. 4CO Little I'iioIIh ol the llnrnn dr nirscti sc linols Salute the ITng. T he children of the Hnroti de Illr-ch schools held Memorial D iv services )e,tord.iv morning lit the auditorium of th" I ducitloiinl Allinnie building Jefferson street mil Fnst Iiroidnav More than 4DD pupils of tho schools took i.irt in thu exercises, which consisted of iccltn tlons, singing and calisthenics. The pupils nro clilldien ot Russian .Tows A S Solomons tho general agent ot tho Union do Hlrseh Fund in Atnirlci opened tho exercises with a short address, n lllng of all the good that had been ,u i omnlished bv tlie schools Less thin ,"i pc r cent ol the children, he wild, could speak a won! of Inglish on en tering tlm schools I'he llag was siluted nnd the " Allcginnie to the Fl ig ' recited, fterw.ini sseniblvninn ITiillips mai'o an address t the close ot the exercises all the children sang "The Hag of the 1 ree " now Tivuiw iiotsts the flag. 1'iirk Laborer 1 til In It Lntn nml Down I'nrlv ut the lluttc ry. Ill other das the raising of the flig at Hid Hitter) was an inspiriting ami pit riot lo event It has degcnprati i! now to a mere businesslike formallt) A llfe-iiid-drum corps used to pi i) at the foot of the II igpole and ns the llag was run up It its weie doffed This Ins been changed sine. i Tnmmnn) as sumed the job liborerof the I'irk Depig ment hoisted the Hag estnrdiv morning hen lie quit work nt . o clock lii the after noon he hulled th' fill,' down llthe other Higs In the neighborhood weio still living then Noiieoftho bunting on I ncle Sim s forts or shlpsor harbor craft of an) soil was taken down until suii'ot l'nrmto In the Heimlich of the Itroux, III tho borough of the Itronx the veterans of Hie civil war hid a parade I'hey formed at W ashlngtoti nvenue and l"nth stti ct Tho lino ot mnrc'li was from there to I niton avenue, to lli'ithstii et. to Washington nvenue. to Ullst street and St. Vim's avenue, to lo'ltli street, to T hlid avenue, and from tliori' lo I isth struct, wlieie the piuaile pissi d In nvieiv. 1 he men formed In I ne as follows' l'lcti) lief pullet I but Ciiorko Ih'tiiii ilia, tlrand Marshal, Assist Hit Adjt It'll ITisrhsl stdveui side tlllk. rid Inn 1' t Ne III It Audi M n nml A s Wilkinson HattHlien eteftn nml CHIAkei Juilsini Mhutiiik I'nt Ne. 14? IH'tll Ilsttallo-l nf nlians lamll tn V nildcrbllt Post Ne I II Oliver Til tea t auq Sun of etiruis Tho pirado was reviewed bv Hen George Clinpf idl. lames I. Wells and Di. Hlllier The Oliver TTIden Sons of Veteians lit 1.1 memorial exetclses.it Wooilliwn Cemetor) in tho afternoon. IS Crooks Krj.t Stife In .lull. T he Ct ntrnl Office detectives made u general round-up ot the crooks nnd suspicious peisons in tho cltv on Mondnv.ln picpiration for the Dei oration Did pnride Thlrtv-two prisoners were taken before Mnglstrato Olmsted. In tho Centre Street I'oliee Court vesterdav, ns bus pic Ions persons. ITievwiie remanded to Po lice Headquniters until this morning, when they will he discharged unless speelllu charges can bo lunde against some of them ' Want of Watchfulness Makes the Thief." Many cases of poor health c?me from 'want of watch fulness. But if you keep your blood pure no thief can steal your health. The one effective natural blood puri fier is Hood's Sarsaparilla. Tired and Worn Out "I cannot say too much m favor of Hood's Sarsapa rilla m curing thai tired, tuorn out feeling. It docs more good than any other.'' Wm. T. Hurdle, Hollyville. 'Del. Bad Stomach - Headaches and tired feeling, 'with bad condition of stomach caused me to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. It stopped all faint trouble." Cliarles Bover. Glens Falls. N. Y. Sick Headache" hav; taken Hoods Sarsaparilla for sick headaches and have not been troubled ivtth them since, am much stronger than formerly. It keep 131 aged mother toell." Lucy Clark, 12 Malvern Street, Manchester, 5A. . Remember that Hood's, yes 3optE& SoMajyahltia . Hy' IM1U curajiTT 111, the nonjrrlutinc nrt odT tthartlc in fjTie with Hobtt n'hanuiparTrijir " " ' BBPOKLYU'SGREATPARADE VAST OVTPOVMSfi OF PEOPLE TO itoson the peteiiaxs. Got. Iteiotevelt Wns the Chief Itev tewing onirer nnd Mnny Sulntnntlnl Cltlens .Surrounded Illni-lleinnrlnl Services in Cypress Hills nml llnlv tinss Cemeteries. No provlnus Memorial Day wns moro gen erally or Impressively observed In Hrooklyn. TheStnisnnil Stripes woro seen everywhere, nnd thoro vvnsn tremendous outpouring nf tho people to cheer Its o'd and moro recent defend cts On no previous occasion has the flag been more In evldonio In Hrooklyn. nnd nonthor Momoilnl 'Day parade arousod moro genuine onthuslnsiii. The pirado was vvoll managed .mil the programme vvns carried out without n hitch The column formod on tho side streets near tho fountain In lledford avenue, o-er In th Faslern district, which lias been tho fa vorite rallying point foi big parades fornquar ti r of u century Gov Hoosevelt, who was tho chief reviewing ofllpcrof the day, spent ncarlv two hours In tho Hanover Club before the parade, which started soon after 10 o'clock In tho morning. He nnd his slnfT weio tneorted lu two open cart Inge to the clubhouse from tlie homo of his sister In Madison avenue by Col James D. Hell, Chalrmnn of the IXecutlvu nml Memoriil Committee of tho Ginnd Armv, and Col. Andrew D llnlnl Aeiompm)!iiB tho Gov ernor Weio C'ol, George C. Tieadwoll. his mllltar) secrctnr), and Gen ndrovvs. Cap' Guild ird. Cnpt I'.iiglehardt and Capt. Lltlnuer ot his staff On renehlnz tho cltihhouso tho Governor wns loudl) ehoered, and OTor fiOtl of Jlrookl)n' most substmtli1 eltbens pirtl"lpnted In the lecoptlon wlilch followed. The Hov Dr S)lv ester Mnlone. the venernlito pnsloi of Ht l'otor and l'nul's ( hurch, was the first to extend his greetings to tho Governor, and the meeting between them was of a most lonllal character. "I need no Introduction to Father Mnlone." Gov llqosevilt rptnnrked. as ho stepped for warel togiasp tho prkst's linnd fter witnessing tlie ttarl of the column from the lov levying stand in front of the cltihhouso (iov Hoosevolt was driven to the I'rospect I'ark ITfln, v.herothoprlnilpal revlewlngcere inonles were to bo held Ho reached the grand stand nbout twnt) minutes ihead of tho nr rival of thu parade, wlilch hid covered tho line of march, from Bedford avenue nnd CT)mer street, loHt Mark's avenue, to Grand nvenue, to Washington nvenue, to Fistern I'nrkway, to tho plarn.ln an hour and forty-Hvo minutes The streots nlong the line of march were lined With spectators, the biggest crowd, of course, being on the Fistern l'nrkwa).thep!nr, Mount I'rospect llcsorvolr and the little parks dentin, when the Governor took histiliceon the aland he vvns In full view of a couple of thousand people, who weio packed in a solid mnss in the plaza and along tho reservoir slopes While nwnltliig the arrlvi' of the parado ho was kept bus how luc right and left to the greetings of the blcjcllsts nnd driving parties, who were constmtl) pot ring Into or from tho Fistein l'irkwny Among those who surrounded the Goveruoi on the pi itfoim were Col James I) Hell, forniei Congressman Howe. l'OBtmaster Wilson, l'ark ( ommlssloner Hrower, tntlior Maloue, the Hev Dr John Colomvi Adams, and nianv other distinguished citizens T he older of paride was ns follows' riato in of moiiiitul peine in 1 barge of Serct. John HpsIp Orand Marsl ol b hu 1' Short and tan". Battalion Jrittti t iiiltd statis Artlller), Major J, H M) rick 1 nuilnaiiiliti. HottorrM, Cit. U.N Whittle r i'&ttpry N, Caul. W, 1' Ni nt mub. Mt ileal Dipirtntcui . Actl slstnnt Surscon llfiue II Itatnvr) IwoBitlalinn I uip.1 titc-Mar ne- Capts White, Nekllls ami Ki ah 1 a uiiiaiHlltiK. ccoi il Uriga le N il S N . ocn Hme3 MrLccr 1 iiaiiiiiiiiillng llr Bade Signal 1 nips, 1 apt tied T. I slsh lortl ovrnlb lliL'iineut, 1 el Jnliu ii h.l.lv. Iwemtl third Kigllnl at Li I Ale-list' BlilltU. 1 nmtfciitli liikinieiit, I lent 1 nl A I klint Thll k piith Jlegiinelit I Iom ( el. tiriirgp I) Itii-'oll. Third llittm.l ipt Ibnrj S Ilaiitliu Iri 111 i , llapt Heririin It cliktiu. Beeonil Hntlaholi N ikul lbserkis, lpt. It. P Tor- slirw First IMvIkIoii. ei d It. VI u-shal He ljamln F (on- iiu 1 ousistlug 1 f lilm pests and the I'eilimi h all Ctuald nf I'll tirls Pppend D.kklnn O. V It -ll.rshiil l'etcr II Bowei 1 ousistlug 1 f funrtsi n pests ami Ciilnpam A iGri) liikbiiihlps , l'LiiiiHlvama Nitl mat Guard, 0 lib p. ti an s. J nliu s e irphaii Uui ie, Meiiceti kcarkf-t runs mid Jabsri) itiiard L'S iiangliti rs i 1 torn k Third II klsion Mirshnl H1111011 c arik nn, consisting or inns kear k 1 oralis mu nlious, uakal vet e tans nml pitd h mo ki teians, with N ulh sieiml 1 1 rps Foillth Dikl-lnn Mnislml lb rliert A. Husv 11, coin sisliiuiif ten lamps Hflh lltkklnn 5I.ir-l id Arlliui II Iitus. rnnalatlng 1 f 1 utttr.lllil 1 Milliiili nrs mil of tus 11 Mailers hlvth llikisieii .llimlnl Hni.. r II 1. 11 11. r 1 iilisistlug nf Cadet. In bu kt Oil JibUH lbilnc, Ilaptist lie's IhigHik md ntnirloks and radsts b iKedes e iia-lsting or s' reg inputs. The side mild mirihliig of the various mll llnn bodies In the I arade was one of its most striking features, Tlie regular troops were In regulation light dress, hut the stale troops were at tired In hciv) marching order Tho dovernor frequpntlv expressed his idmlrntion iisiuiij division lifts, raiiothir passi d bv. ".Mv. my. this is slmpl) gtand. ' w is his eom ment on thu man hlng 01 the 1 wcnt)-thlrd Heclment (In tin approach of the llilrd Hattery. with the accustomed 1 litter of horse artillery, tho Governr rsiid "II) (icorse. I love tint roar It's grand: Isn't It '" "That's a Hi st-i liss troop." vvns his remark on (alt ( lav ton's l.im. wlm larned glor) In l'orlo llleo Hut it w iselmibtlcss tlie splendid Inttallous of cadets and 1 os' regiments which ipnlly most Impiesscil the (lovetnor ns well as the other sptitntors Indeed most of the cheetiug was for tlm bovs and thevoterans Altei passing the r'klen Iiib stand Hie various bodies continued theii march until the) had gone tlirnui.li the Menmrlnl Arch, where they wcro dismissed Tlm menibciHot F S Grant I'ost, No .r.'7, Iminedlatelv took cars for South Ferr). wliern 11 boat ti ndeicd b) the company was In watting to couve them tn l.'lversblo l'ark Gnv Hoosevelt nicompinied the- post on its annual pilgiitn ice in in nit's tomb A ilclegitloti fiom the (uand Arm) posts went to () press Hills ( emeterv to pnitlclpate lu the ill coiiitloii of the soldiers' graves and the nccoiupnn)IUE mem. .rial exercises s F. Dlipont I'ost had charge of tho chief services, which took place at tlm soldiers' plot T he 1.10 girls id the Coluiublnii duard.who had taken part In the pande. went to tlm cemetery with A very pretty custom obtains among cer tain classes by which the newlj married pair starts a savings bmk for the child jet to be I'vcrv dav a penny or a dime, as the case raw be, is droppe'd Into the bmU xjs to swell the fund, jlj? and this practice is HJim kept up until the 'Rs? W child is old enough rxZ-yr-i t ,aA c for itself, ?SiY (f The parents haxe hJs ) the right theory but tg-Sra.lMf'! bow rarely they aTrcV,J carry it to its broad tjCT "fjTrsJ est application, J l XkJ Kvery mother is &J&viJ I Y perforce lav me up IB Sw I for her child what lS?VSl!Tl I I money cannot in- 1,J I flnence happiness 5Br1 ' or misery The (XfX ' nerv ous motherw ill MH 1 have a nervous child The irrita ble and fearful mother cannot have a happy and cheerful child In mind and body the child will reflect the mother s condition The bc3t prepiration for motherhood is made bv the use of Dr 1'ierce's Favorite Prescription Its perfect control over the sensitive feminine organism rivc9 it a nat'iral influence over the mind It bin ishes nnxlctv and fpir It docs awij with the misery of morning sickness It gives wtahtj and elasticitv to the organs pecu Inrlv feminine uui makes the trial of motherhood nsy and brief It makes hralthv mothers capable of nursing and nourishing the tnbes thev bring into the world ' ravonte Prescription contains no alcohol whisky or other intoxicant Accept no substitute Mrs Axed kjrr, of Rordnuvltlc- Cape Cinr dean Co, Mo writes When I look at my Hide bnv I frrl it uiv duty to write to j on Per haps oine one will sir mv trtimnnv and be led to use vour Pvvnnte rrcscriptinn and lie blrxcd in Ihe same vvnv I his i my fifth clilld nil the onlv nue who came to niaturit) , the others hiving died from lack of nourishment so the doctor snl 1 f was not sickl) in an way and this time I just thought I would trv vour Trevciiption I took nine bottles nud 'to my surprise it parried ine through and gave us as fine a little- bnv as ever was Weighed ten and cardial!' pounds II- is now five moulhc old, ha never been sick i dav and is so strong that tvervbodv who sees him wonders at him lie Is so plavful and holds himself up so well I .ould like to iccthls In print for unman) have allied me Do von think these are the testimonials of the peojile o- has nr Tierce jut made them up and printed them ' Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure bilious. new. . a III. $i $1oane All the various periods of decoration, in attractive designs ajl rich neJt color tones, are fully represented in our display of tlm splendid bearing "BIGELOW BRUSSELS CARPETINGS We are sole agents for Greater New York for these dcscrvetili popular carpets. 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OeorBo Ilobson n teacher in tho Boys High School, mndo a patriotic address, nnd this Is a pint ot whit he s ihl "Yes. wo aro marching on. conquering nnd to conquer, under the old Hub the glorious old red, white and hlue, tlm Star-spangled llannei. the flag that through the smoke of oattle gavo )ou hope and cour itfe and Inspira tion in those awful dn)s vylien the missiles of ilenth sped thick and fast around you the Hag that, "tattered md torn, nnd hanging In rags' vou brought vlctorlousl) through the light. li ick from tho jaws of death." and b) this he role service I1I1I our eoiintr) under a debt that can never lie icpald: for to ou nnd ) mr bravo comrades who have pissed Into Hi" great beyond do we owe it that HioStnis and Strires proudly float to-da) from tho sounding surges of the tlantle to Hie sllverv water" of the Pacific, and from tho Aroostook to the Hlo Grande." (leorge V Elliott also made an nddress Ho said ""The war with Spain Ins cost us nnny precious lives nn I much treasure and mono) : ntiOUt JTOO.OInl.OOOllPto dlte S'-'tMXIO tHH) of this boing paid to Spain for liiikiiiult) an in delimit) which reelects lasting cicdit to our eountrv, for we had her completely subjugated; jes, nt our very feet, and in simple justice wo Imposed upon ouiselvesthls burden of senti ment in a truly practical wav whit h has proved a blessing to tlmt Impoverished 1 oiintr) " The war with Snaln Ins not been without its immediate benefits It hns been an c dm a tlon to our growing )outh: it lias Insplied anew n stronger, deeper and holier loke nf eoiintr) nil oier Ameriia. anil then, too It lias 1 hanged the m ip of the world 111i b) lonson of our splendid achievements on Ian I and sm. as a nation, wo hive made n stride of twenty vears throughout the civilized world, now known to bo poweiful and fearlosH in tho maintenance of our rights as well as a eountrv imbued with s)inpithy Toi the downtrodden and o pressed and willing to support our Bmpitnles with blood and trensuie, if need be The grives of tho soldiers In Ho) Cross Ceinetervwerpiilsoileeoriteil.and in tbechappl a mass of requiem was celebrated h the Hev. John T. Woods. T he members of James H Kirswell Post, No 14U. decorated the graves of their dead com rades In the old churclD.ird of the Flat bush lieformed Church While tho mounted squad of tho rarltvlllo station wis on Its vvnv to join the parade, one of tho horses slipped and fell nt lledford 11 i linn and Ileigeu stieet and broke Its left hip nml thigh The animal, which was valued lit $'J.r)0, wis shot deotge Mitchell. Ill vears old. of .'141 fit Mark'savenue.nmenibflrof thu Korean Church Cadets, was prostrated bv heat In Hed'ord avenue nnd wns removed to the Fastern Dis trict Hospital I.llrubflth dnhain. .Ill p-irs old of 440 Hicks street, while watching the inrnde near the reviewing stan I at the park plss-a. was lilm prostrated by heat. She was taken to the Scney Hospital THE 74V J.V .IFHSET CITY. Soldiers nnd Snllors' Monument I nvclled A ery l.nrge I'm ncle. The features of the Memorial Div ce'ebri t Ion in Jersey City were tho unveiling of tbo Soldiers and Sailors' Monument in front of tho Clt Hall and the pnrade and exciclses.icconi pniDlng the cnreniony The du) was never before so thorough!) observed. The entire1 population took nn Interest In it Theie was a general suspension of business, and flags were Hying nt half mast over) where The streets nlong tho lino of tlie parade, ami especially in tho vicinity of tho Cit) Hall, wore thronged with people Tho three grand stands erected In the Cit) Hall grounds and on the west side of drove street, fai lug tlie hall, were tilled at an e.ul) hour A novel feituro was tho formation of a living Amurlc in llag on one of the st mils It was composed of Slid clilldien dressed lu the national colors and ar ranged sons to foim the Stars and Stripes The parade wis formed at Hamilton Park, and It was the biggest parado evei seen In the cit) The line of march vv is south through Jersey avenuo to Grand street, cast through Grind to Grove street, north through Omvo street, past tho review ing stand, to Newark av enue, where tlie pirade was dismissed T he onl) city officials termltted b) the Monu ment Com mitten to occupy tho reviewing stand were Mavor Hoos mil tho membeis nf tbo Ho ird of 1 In inee T he remnlnder of tho stand wns reserved fortlie contributors to the monu ment fund and the committee, consisting of den John Ilanisiv. Dr I. I Gordon, John d Fisher. lolm F. llowitt nnd Frederick Illuoiii The othei cit) nflielals bad to take tliell chances with ordinarv eitlyenx The unveiling ceremonies begin after tho parade hnd passed The cords holding the llag In plnco vern pulled h) a committee ot voter nns. consisting ot C II Houghton of nn llou ten Post. No .'I: Hoffman v reehmd of Henry Wilson Post. No Id. William F Totiin of .a linskle I'ost No US. nnd Ilermnn Miissehlof deorge II 'I homns Post, No "Jli s the Hag chopped fiom the monument the prowd cheered, nnd tho children composing tho human flag sing "The Star Spangled lian ner." Mgr fieton. rector of St losepb s Iloman 1 ntholle Church, olTered pruer Tho Hon William Mi'Adno, former sistatit Secretary of the Nav), delivered tho oration He said In part " I congratulate )ou and voureonimlttee on the judicious- selection of this st tUe T hu ed ueitlonnl e ffect of nrt cannot well be measured, espcelall) on the 111I111I ot jnuth, and. Indeed, unconscloiisl) we aro all alTicted h Huso famllinr objects in art and architecture, which, when seen frpquon!l),iifTo"t t, uilud good memorial statue should not onl) recite Ins. torv, but help to make It It was onlv a few davs ago that one ot tlie gri ati st of living Americans, Admiral Devyev, confessed how he was as a boy awed ami inspired bv tin statue of l.than Allen in the. state' House of Vermont .md how lis considered Ills greatest triumph would lie to linvo his own In the s one btuidiiiB .May tasteful and Inspired representation of the w ir power of this Breat republic, as exemplified in the heroism and sacrlllce of New Jerse) n best and bravest. Ions stand here tn ti'.ieh. uplift nnd olevato lo noblest deeds In tlie el.i)s to come the )outli who lonm and go.irouiiil Its base llenr) (.purge's (.rnve Ilernrnted. The gravoof Henry George In drienvyood Cemeterv was ileuinted )estenl 1) inoinlugby a committee representing the Woman's singlo Tnx l.i ague The eleeoratloiis consisti.d of roses lilies, panslesniiiliotti'dilaivts Tho Har lem Progress (Tub sent n Inrgewrenth of loses fr rthegiavoiiiidalirgcwreaHiof iv) w isplaeed on the monument b Hcnn denrge, Ii who wabticcpiiijinnlodhylils iiiotber.md Ills Iirother llichnrd In the evening the league presented a plistcr cast of Henri deorge. madeb) hlsson P.lelnrd George, to tho People s Cluh, nt theclubrooms, opposite Cooper I nlon Mrs Jolin K Cro-b). the I'reldcnt of the Ic.iEUe, 1111 le the presen tatlon speech and Father McGlnu delivered an address. What Is More Dressy! than a neat Blue Serge. e make a Single or Double BreaMtl SACK 5UIT to order for 16.00. 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