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wiio by their valor would inscribe tijeir name* on tho scroll of fame side by side with Paul Jones and Preble, and Perry and Bainbridge, and Decatur and lawrence, and Hull and June . “Act well your part, there all the honor "lies.” Young gentlemen, in I bidding you adieu, I leave with you my w arm- J est wishes for your success, one and all. *’» I address there followed a «cene such as ha» never bean witnessed at that institution, nor probably excelled in dramatic interest in any commencement exercises. cadets had listened with great interest an I applauded to the echo the address of Mr.

if the opportunity offered I havo not a j doubt that there are young men 1»-fore me ! But whether the op- I Gnu portunlty come or not, you can do your duty to your country.

The old men can stand at the helm of the ship of State when the sea is calm, but the young men must take the wheel when the storm come*. and Pelpio Africanus beat him and ever whet fuel the enefl-eent reforms in tho Plate are the product of th*- courage and determination of young men.

A RM ST KO NG, 12*» LEXINGTON STREET AND 22 PARK AVK., Imites the attention of the l.adie* to Die largest and most desirable stock of MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS to be found In this city,'embracing BONNETS AND HATS, Trimmed and Untrimmed, in every quality, color aud shape, and at tiuirked-dou'u pro es. It mar be your fortune to live through your live»* without ever hearing the sound of a hostile gun. Gray and av cb* tor of the graduates, were also given their diploma».

WRITE DREse LS So: allpurpose» This Department ha* he-u a *pecialty with U» for many veal» pas L and bei»g oui own manufacture from latest F rem.

and earnestly hope that you may reflect credit upm the institution, add lustre to your own J names, and bring honor and glory to the nauiu of our common country. Mills to the graduates, an i especially thou© p int» that severely criticised by implication the conduct of cadet» in cheering and gr 'tining their fellows against regulation.». Har Psay, superintendent of the Academy, arose to deliver the diploma*.

That seems so reasonable, so pious and so noble in its motives that I am satisfied the boys “cheered” him. He said; “Behold to jbry is better than sacrifice.” The secrets of the Almighty mind were not communicated to Saul.

STEAM AND HOT-WATER HEATING, STEAM ENGINES, BOI Ll Kb. WROUGHT IRON PIPE ANI) FITTINGS, STEAM Pl’MI’S, ETC PULLEY S_SHA FTI NG AND HANGE KS.a? VJ LARGEST YAR]ETY OF ARTISTK DESIGNS, IN CRYSTAL, REAL BRONZE, OLD GOLD, HAMMERED WORK, ANTIQUE BRASS, KTC. E Mi w DRY GOODS Em IBKOIDERIFH INDIA LI NEN—LACKS— CHAEAP AT BRYLA WSR US. LADIES TO SERVE CUSTOM KUS AT HALE-PAST SEVEN IN THE MOHNING. ” Saul very innocently replied that he had reserved them for sacrifice.

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Few are the victories that old men have won unless they have had old men for their adversaries. When the State is shaken by convulsion* the old men shrink and fall to tho rem*, the young men boldly come to tho front. EBinger hase bee n detached from th# Naval Academy ani ordered to the Tennessee; Philip J.