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ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, JUNE 28, 1894.
qll'Mrs.'jenmc Decker (ft
"How Well ,You Look"
Frlonds Ourprlsod ot tho
"C. I. Uootl & Co , Lowell, Mmi.i
"Dear Sirs i I tako jilo'uro In strltlng tin
good I hs?6 recelrfd from taking Hood's 8;irsi
parllla. Every spring ami summer for six. ) eart
or more, toy health hai Wen 10 poor from heart
trouhlo and general dp. Illtjr that at times line
was a burden. X would becoms so
Emaciated and Weak and Palo
that mjf friends thought I would not Ute long.
I could do scarcely any work at all and had to
He down every few minutes. X beg-in getting
worse In January, losing my flesh and feeling so
tired. I thought I would try Hood's Rarsapa.
rtlki and 1 am happy to say I am 1 n better health
than I h.tro been for a number ot 5 ears. Ml
friends remark to mo t ' AVhy how w ell J ou look.'
I tell them It Is Hood's Sarsaparllla that has
de.no the. work. IwouMliavo all suffering hu
manity giro this mcdtclno a tital and bo con
vinced. This statement Is True I the Let
ler." Mr.s. Ji nniie DrcuKU, Vr'atscka, lit
THRILLINa STORY OF THE WAR
A Daring louoa: t'onfetleratft Who Was
lp to Htnart Trick.
"Lonestrcct has Iwcn liamraerlnff us
all day lonj, sending ono brigade after
another up nffalust our lino" so lie
was reported eleven years afro by Cot.
frank A. Uurr, who died over In I'hll
adelphla a few days oga Next to tho
Thirty-eighth Ohio Infanlr-, tho
Twenty-llrst Ohio Infantry was tho
largest In the army of tho Cuml:rland
that day It was tho SOtli day rf (Sep
tember, 1803, and tho sccno was Chick
amauga, but on the morning ot Sep
tember 21 we could muster on tho
slopes of Missionary Uldge, near ltoss
vlllo, only two hundred and seventy
men, counting those wo knew were In
tho hospital and five commissioned offi
cers. Tho reason why wo are nb!o to hold
the hill against Longstrect's brigades
(for wo wcro detached from our ill-
Tlslon early In tho day and fought, all
alone, without the sight of a man who
ranked our lieutenant colonel who
commanded us, till lato In tho after
noon) was beciuso seven of our com
panies wcro armed with Colt's revolv
ing rifles each could bo loaded In nil
Its flvo chambers as quickly as an I'.m
field while the other three companies
wero madoup of menqulto expert with
their always reliable KnflcliK
The result was that when Long
street's men had received our first vol
ley they aln ays rushed forward w Ith
a great accession of speed and conO-
Hood's Pills euro liver Ills, constipation,
tlllouiucss, lundlco, lick headache, lmtlgciUoo.
and kindred ailments, whether ronltlng
from over anxiety, overwork or study, or
from unnatural habits or eicemes, aro
treated as a specialty, with grcnt success, by
the Btalt of Specialist ntuchnl to tho
Invalids' Hotel and Hurglcnl Institute at
lludalo, N. Y. Personal examinations not
always necmssry. Many cases oro success
fully treated at a distance
AcimmrA A new and wonderfully
AoiliMA. successful treatment has
been discovered for Asthma and liny lover,
which can bo sent by Mall or llxprcss.
It Is not simply a palllativo but a radical
cure, , ... .
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Ing Memory, Simlnal Wtakneit
Spsrmatorrhea, Iwpotircy, Stlf
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and loss cf Powtr of tht (7n
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Our Now Dress was
THE COLONEL (QUESTIONED nit.
tlcDce, thinking they would bo on us
keforo we could reload. Hut they
would scarcely pass ton paces beforo
tlioy would catch another volley. And
wlillo thov v.cre turnlnir this over In
their minds wo would let them have n
third) This n&s felt to lio qulto u pe
culiar circumstance, reiulrlnp;deHbcra
tlon, better conducted, perhaps? back
In tho rear and out of rantfe for It
generally happened that with tho third
volley the Johnnies had come to a dead
halt and uero beginning to taltc tho
back traclt, which they tu longer hesi
tated nlmut tthen they gut lho fourth,
and by tho time we sent them tho filth
our balls How utter llylng iocs.
A3 wo had peculiar ammunition It
happened It had to happen, belnjf ono
of those things that always do happen
that along about noon soinobody or
dered tho wagon on which our cart
ridges wcro loaded to tho roar. Wo
found, however, that If wo kept
tho Inyom't on tho gun provunt tho
t.pllttlnT of lho muzzlo wo could uto
tho Ilnlleld cartridge, oven If lho ball
was n little bit larger than thoso inado
.specially for tha Colt's ri lie
And ai faut n& men unlnir tho reiol
vert wcro ill labkd or hilled fcomu ono
would swap his lhrieht for the better
piece, to that r.t l.iit nearly ctcry man
In our line wls eijual to flvo, nofjr at
lcait as his bhotitlnrf wui couceriud.
Under tho tln-iimtanccs It was not te
marltablo that l.ito In tho uiiortuHin
we ran out of ammunition. I don't
know how nnyliody found It out, or
who It was that gave tho order, but
about tlmt tirao tnn regiment i cams
tip tho hill from tho rear to rel cvo us.
Wo wero sent down, just far emnijh to
bo out of inuge, and lyin down to
rest, began to reckon up tho sad havoc
In our ranks. Wo hid not bicn at It
very long, how over, till v.ordcamoto
us to gather up thoeo of our men who
still had ammunition and tako them to
tho front to light it out, Ihnl thrco
or four In my company and went with
Wo had not been thcro long beforo
wobctamo aivaro of tho old, familiar
spectacle, the long lino of confederate
coming up tho hill to the charge Just
as they got to tho right place, tn good
rango of our rifles, all ut once a man
was Been to spring out ot tliclr ranks
and to como leaping uptha hill towards
us swinging his hat over his head as
he came. When wo got near enough
wo could hear him bhoutlng: "Cca.o
firing!" while tho brigade follow od him
with steady tep, tho men carrying
their pieces at a right shoulder shift.
At last a messenger reached our
lines and was taken to tho command
ing officer who ho was I never learned
definitely. Hero he explained his
errand, Ifo tald that tho Johnnies
coming up the hill wanted to sur
render, asked us to ccaso firing In
order tlmt they might do so. 'lho
colonel questioned him sharply, but at
last, natUfied that ha was telling tho
truth, gavo tho order and Instantly
everything became still, savo for tho
distant firing, which by this time had
becomo cry Irregular off on our left,
and tho nolso made by tho inarching
Johnnies as they waded through tho
thick underbrush, I remember that
the sound was like that of tho wind
playing through a field of rlpawhoat,
Mcnntluia the messenger catno or
was brought, I don't know which, near
to wlicro Lieut Lamb of my regiment
and I wero, with our men. Ho was a
tall young follow, clad In "butternut"
and slim and lithe as a hound quick
and courteous In his movements and
gestures, handtomo and of good pres
ence. Ho lay down at tho foot of a
tree, having it, I observed, bolwecu
him and his advancing comrades. Ills
quick eyes darted about constantly,
taking In everything that was happen
ing and tlioy glowed with an ovldcnt
enjoyment of the situation.
And still tho Johnnies came steadily
on with their pieces at a right shoulder
shift, and soma one made, the remark
that If thov wanted to surrender thev
ought to lay down their orms. Lamb
observed that tho thing was a trick,
that the Johnnloa didn't Intend to sur
render, and turning to his men ordered
tbera to follow him back to tho regi
ment. I observed the young Johnnlo
as his piercing gaze rested for a mo
ment on Lamb wltli, I thought, a
gleam of amusement in his eyes, which
forthwith traveled swutiy oueau to seo
what effect Lamb's movo had upon tho
rest, Hut, except that 1 gathered my
men together and followed Lamb,
everybody stood with bis mouth open,
miirildlg eVtIht at tb.0. .ojlCPjalBa. fOto
Dr. V. 1 1. Morse of tht
N. Y nplitd to enquiry
made by Ntw Knghnd Far
mer, lioston, whether it was
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pickpocket and the runny accident',
that befall walclus filled v.i'.h tl'
old-tyle bow, w I'kh : i simpl; Ii 1 1
in by frictinu ami cai be Uvi-.t ltiu
v.-lth the fni.ten. It it cjilk 1 th
Tre '' ' i : . j
ill jy WIJ ,J
feds. At last, ust as wo rcnenea our
regiment, some ona sang out: "If you
want to surrondcr lay down your
arms!" and somebody elso replied! "flo
to blazes, you Yankee curl" A volley
followed, and then another, crashing
ami roaring through tho wooded hills.
There was tho rush and scramblo ot
many feet, sharp cries, orders, oaths,
shrieks, and calls ot dismay, and tho
two regiments catno piling panic-
It Is an agony of agonies.
A torture of tortures.
It is an itching and burning of the
skin almost beyond endurance.
It is thousands of pin-headed ves
icles filled with an acrid fluid, ever
forming, ever bursting, ever flowing stricken down tho him
upon the raw excoriated skin.
No part of the human skin is
It tortures, disfigures and humil
iates more than all other skin diseases
Tender babies are among Its most
They are often born with it.
Sleep and rest are out of the
Most remedies and tiie best phy
sicians generally fail, even to relieve.
If CUTICURA did no more than
cure Eczema, it would be entitled to
the gratitude of mankind.
It not only cures but
A single application is often sufli
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rest and sleep, and point to a speedy
Cuticura works wonders because
Tho chagrined commander who had
been mada tho victim of tho shallow
nrtlflco ordered our Irish major to
charge up tho hill with thoTwcuty-flrst
and retake It, and w c, poor wretches,
less than two hundred In number, with
only una ro'ind of ammunition,
charged up sga.nst tho brigade three
times, and 1 reckon would have been
at It yet If somobody hadn't told
Micky to stop. Cincinnati Enquirer.
A Botdlsr's J'sttmate of Courses tn llsttts
A Bercesnt In Command.
It was at a soldiers' meeting, and tho
subject was what constituted a brave
soldier. Ho recited a caso of what ho
considered true heroism. Ho said his
regiment was encamped near tho river
bank, and was called Into action about
nlno o'clock on the morning ot April 0.
As tho regiment was marching along
tho road to tho front to tako position
he could not shako off the Idea that ho
was going to be shot In tho battle. Ho
called to tho stdo of him a bIIiii boy,
who at that time rankod as sergeant,
by the namo of l'rcd Marsh, whom ho
had becomo very much attached to.
11a rnlatml tn liln, lita luOttif tlinf Im
it is the most wonderful Skill Cure of ' was going to bo shot, and requested
him tn that event to tako command of
' tho company. That young boy, with
truo modesty, cheered him up with his
words, but said this: "Captain, I can
not tako command ot tho company.
Tho second lieutenant Is hero and tho
I llrst sergeant; both good soldiers They
will bo all right.
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Ptrftctly and Ptrmtatatly ftesforcif.
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DR. H. J. WH.TTIER,
10 Woat Ninth Ctreot, Kansas Cltr, Mo.
The regiment was formed In line of
battle, the regiments In our front wcro
driven back, and soon we wero trying
to check tho advance of tho confed
erates, Wo did so, but wcro finally
driven back, with terrible loss. As tlio
regiment was falling back to re-form
the cries of our wounded wcro terrible,
ejergt- l'red could not stand It. Halt
ing ho turned nround and saw Went,
llllllo Ilnlght, of Company I, mortally
wounded nud begging not to bo left In
the hands of the confederates. That
slim boy, tinder a murderous fire, gut
down, toolc hold of I.lcut. llnlght nnd
carried him to a ravine, placed him
near a big black colt tree, where ho
died, and then rojolned his command.
Tho captain continued: "I was shot
In that battle, and the second lieuten
ant and first sergeant wcro wounded.
At tho same time 1 was wounded, nnd 1
thought mortally. SergU l'rcd Marsh
was at tho left ot tho company tho '
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van ' in-f .rh.ih u Prof. HirrU
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THE HARRIS RLMTUY CO.. Mfu. Chcmlntl,
t9 UEEKMAN BTREIT. HtW YORK.
HE WAI.UIO TO IIIK IIIUIIT UF TUR tlEOI
HE.VT. rtfflmcnt was lying ilon n at tho time
mil (Irlnif. Thomlnutol waswoundcil
1 called upon l'rcd to talto command ot
tho company, I shall norcr forget him
to my ilylnir day. The confederates
were advancing, flushed with victory,
nnd were pouring Into our ranks a mur
derous fire of shot and shell, and at tho
sound of my volco (as I was closo to
him) ho walked to tho right of tho com
pany, norcr flinching and encouraging
the hoys by his hruvery to stand fast,"
Chicago Inter Ocean.
A Clni CalL
"The closest sliavo 1 ever heard of,"
remarked Copt U. U Merton, nn ex
army ofllccr, "n as ona 1 witnessed Uur
inu the lato war. It was during tho
heat of ono of tho most fearful conflicts
ho had. Khot and shells were Hying
around us llko hail and It was almost
1 certain death for a man to ezposo his
body from behind tho fortifications
whrrowowcro stationed. Tho enemy
were gaining upon us nnd it becamo
, evident that unless wo received recn
forcements tho day would bo lost. Our
commanding ofllccr called for a volun
teer to rldo about seven miles to where
I another part of our regiment us sta
tioned to notify them of our condition,
i The errand was u most perilous one,
but n young private stepped from tho
ranks nnd nald ho would tako the risk
Ho accordingly started out, mounted
on tho gcnurul'H horse. lie had scarce
ly proceeded u dozen yards when a
twenty-four pound shell struck tho
horso fairly la tho chest. Tho anlmul
stood rigid for u moment and then dis
appeared. The shell had exploded In
tho horso and blown It Into u thousand
fragments. Tho most rcnmrkahlo
thing about it was that tho soldier was
not hurt lu ths least Ho was merely
blown Into tho air and drenched with
blood, coming out with only a few
scratches. St. r.oum (llobc-l)emocrat
Tub lato Gen. blocum's fortuno Is es
timated nt ouo million dollars. lie wnu
at ids dcutli tho richest of all tho gen-
I crals or mo lato war.
.Semi or lirli' this coupon nml )0o j
to lho Ililltctiir olllco nml uteiiro lho j
mttfollo ol this famous war hook. :
irir-t publMml In tin. AUti;io i kly Itu
IliTtor Miiy.il Mr! J
Notico to Pa'ntcrs.
1 1n fluinl of Trusii i -,of thu ciumy IMkIi
Hi I. mil of Jl khiiil louuty, haii-ii. will
n.ilw ' ilil lilU iintll If ui Im Is u m,
.luly'i i ii ut the ollln of tlii'i-uiinty NtijH r
lull ml nt fur fiiiiiloliliijr ii inutiiUI ami
lutHir and txilntin Hit t itt rlor himJ uimI
m i i mil k nf tin old pitrtof tlidllltfli Hi IhmiI
1tull(llii itml iirtlnihitf lint ttmt of tint intlrtt
tiiitlttliiif, in rordiiiK to HiH'fltti utloiih miw mi
lili in th.MtlMit of lho county Mipi rlnluii-
lli' rlh'lit to ft Ji 1 1 nuy or ti i Md- U re
fcrvi'i . 1. I -iiiiiK
A H towiiY Vr ihldcnt
Hlnh Tlvo and Euchro Parties
shoiihl semi ut unco to John Kehas
tlnn, (. T. A., 0. It, I. & 1' It. It.,
C'hicnu. Ten cent, In Munii, per
pack for thu slickest ciinls )on uur
Khiiflh'il, l'nr $1.00 you will itccIvo
free by express ten packs. Ui'J ,'lm
out thin coupnn
or hoihI it with
cents to tho Ki:km:ctoh olllco
nnd ficcuro 1 pnrt of tho
Instsnt Klllsrol Pain.
Internal rnd External.
Curoi uilLiniliiiiH, muuilf
UlA, lmue lliu-k, HprIiuAlirulN
VolCAMl iiHinilly. f hfilrra Hon
,. i ii", c mup WiiUicrbi, noreTtiroat.
Still AUAUIE.lII Iruuiirto.
THE HORSE DRAIIO. t;!X!t'X!?AX
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thuniftrkpt. UU abiOjutUif pur. Ilakwi tliu
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C'astorlft is Dr. Bamuol Pitchcra prcacrlntlon for InfAnts
nml Children. It contains neither Opium, filorphlno nor
other Narcotic nubstancc. it is n hnrmloss substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, nnd Castor Oil
It Is Pleasant. Its giiarantco a thirty years' uso by
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torla Is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend
Ctori Ii 4n excellent mMlclns for chH
Area. Mother hate rpcllljr told dm ot 1U
tool effect upon their children."
De. Q. O. Omood,
" CmrtoriA U the best remedy for children of
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far diit&nt when mother! will ooniMer the real
tnttreet of their children, and um Caatorla in
utead ot IheTarlouiquack nontnima which are
deitroytnff their loved one, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing ijrup and other hurtful
el down their throat, thereby acadlng
ihcm to premature graTe."
Da. J. T. Kntcntioi,
" CftttorU U to well adapted to children thaV
known to me."
It. A, Archer, M. D.,
Ill Bo. Oifordl Bt, Brooklyn, N. T.
"Our physIcUm In the children! depart
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ence In their outakle practice) with CaaUrta,
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product, yet we are free to confeu that th
merit of Castorla liai won ua to look with
f a?or upon It."
U hit id Ilorrru a DiiriKUaT,
Att.wv n Rstrrtt IVss .
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Tba CenUar Company, TI Murray Street, New York City.
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fill tliuliurrNrni'f Jniultjiir), t L'l'llll.ll'.rlruunatiioUver, 1L
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nK A written cii irnitu mlvfti mt mnnry rcturriiHl If U iMitm iUfii nut ilrw.t ft teriaiuiutfure
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t Alrtiv.AVU. JII.IIlJi; t.,l'.U. Jlox3U70,Baiil,rfcirf;lrtco,C'l. WSotttrjf
Hold by J, M, OleUmor, druffgUt, Ablleno, Kaniaa
tmAOQUAINTUD WITH TOB OROOnATUT Or TUB COUHTItlf, WILt OaTAIM
Muon vAtuAnzj mroituATioM nioM a study or this map or
VA?. QIIiOAQO, ?M sSLflUO & PACIFIC RAILVAY,
Ipoludlnir main llnivi, L'll.nrh-ii and oxtonelonn East nnd West of tho
Missouri HUor. Tno Di'oou jiouto to ivnd Ircn Chlcatro, Jollet, Ottawu,
I'uorla, La Ballo. Mollm', llork I. If.nd, In ILLJUOIO-Davnnport, Musoatlno.
OlWmwo. Oolfnloona, DtuMo'.in s.Wlntormjt, Audubon Jlnrlnn.und Council
Blulffl, In iaw-MlunnpoilB) nnd Bt. Paul, In MINNESOTA Watortown
nnd Hloux I'allo, In JAKOTA Oamoroa, Bt. Jonoph, nnd Kanoau city. In
KllUOODUI-Omnha, l'ulrbury, nnd Nol ion, 1? NBllllADICA florton. Topokt,
Uutohlnoon, Wichita, Ilollovillo, Abllonn, Caldwoll. In ICANaAH-Vona
O.-ook, Uincrushor, lfort Ilouo, In tho INDIAN TBRniTOUY-and Colorado
Lprlnirs, Uwnvor, I'uoblo, In COLORADO. KIlKtl Ilncllnlnw Chair Cnrs to
end from Chlcnirn, Ooldwoll, Ilulcnlnoon, nnd UoiIro Cltr, and Palacs Bloop
idt Cam botwooli GblooKO, 71chlta, anrt Uutcblnuon, Trnerses now and
viwt nroao of rich (arming and nnulng lands, alloruicir tho best fiiclllt'oa
of tntoroominunlcntlon to all towns and cltloa oaet ana wost, uorthwost
and couth wost of Chicago, and J'acluo and traoHocoanlo Daaporta.
MAGNIFICENT V1-0TIBULE aiPKESS TPAIN8,
raUcomnotltoralusPkndorof oqulpmont, cool, woll ventilated, und
free from dust. Through Cooclios, rullman Biooners, ITIIU13 Uecllnlnir
nhAtp num. and least of Mlasourl Krver) Dlnlnir Cora Dallv botw
na Mninn nnnnfll lllnftA. nnfl Omaha. Tvlth Frnn Uocllnlntr Chair Car to
North riattu. Nob., und bot7oon Chicago and Colorado Springs, Donvor,
nnd Pueblo, via Bt. Josoph, or Kansas City end Topcko, Kplondld Dlnlnir
llotnln ifurnlshlnri meals at noasoniible noural wost or Miaeouti ltlver.
Callfornlu Uxcurslono dully, with OIIO10I2 Ol' KOUTB8 to and from Bait
Lnltn, Oirden, Portland, Ixs Annoloa, and fan I'rancloco. lho DlHEO'r
Llllli to nnd irom Plko'a peak, uanltou, tiardon of tho Oodo, tha Banltart
uao, and Bconla Urandoura of Colorado.
VIA THE ALBERT LEA FJOUTE,
Oolld Krprro Trnlns dally betwoon Chl'"nijo nnd Minneapolis nnd Bt. Paul.
-KltbTlinoUUlI Uocllnlnif chair Core iPKliE) to and from those points and
Kansas City. Turouah Chair Car and rJloupor botweon Peoria, Spirit Ijke,
and Bloux Vails, via Iloclc loland. Tho Favorlto Lino to Pipestone, Water
town, Bloux Palls, and tho Bummer liucorta aud Uuntlor; and ilohma
Clrounds or tho Northwoat.
TI1D BUORT LINK VIA BUNEOA AND KANKAKEE ofTera farllltlea to
travol betwoen Cincinnati, lndlnnapollu, lJirotto, and Counpll niuna, 8t.
Joseph, Atchison, LoavonWortb, Kansas City, Mlnnoapolls, and Bt. Paul.
For Tickets, Mani, Foldaro, or doslrod Information, apply to any Tlnltsrt
Offlco In tho United. H Ut03 or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEDASTIAN,
CouiU Vmbhv. OHIOAOO, ILI Qea'l I'eiot Put. Agist.