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Ko lofiffr In oMlvion
Let wir hr f irm
"J'hs qinoiii oiil n.'iip whn lama w m iron
Alltl'J til tilllu a vttii la.
tr-stiip II, reatl-fs tooth of Tim
Hi-r im!fi;i Minmiii reoof:
An then villi n.sis. .il, rigging,
"Old li -unsldet" om mure.
Olv br the likeness, Hirounh and
Fhe wnrr in rfTa hfn she
W iimh h. In.i.-cd. and lair. and knew
Lo! only lt'itrI
Give ber brr runs of thundering vole.
And eerlntnit :Ke hr
Her fln. too. thsl she mr rejolc.
And lecl l tie olil berl-silr.
As km she rvl the dahln wave.
The foemsn's prl.te IsM low.
n4 mtI the r-.nintrv. In Ihs brav,
Your.g ears of Pina agu.
Thn inrhor her safe br the ttn
That lives th.rnush her to-dsv.
An) let the spurious deeds ti down
A herHnre fur set
ticnrge Newell I-uvfjoy. In Boston Budg
et. Th Trror of War.
War I war; sometimes for the moet
trivia causes, but alwaya bloody, bru
tal, ravage. They may tell about thi
anil that officer being outgeneraled,
and what might have happened, but
when tbey haTe done, what do you
know about the men. how they suf
fered, the families disrupted ind lo
sorrow, tbe dlscomforta and the priva
tion In the home and In the Held,
ramp, inarch and prison? Moat of
thla la left out, an welt aa are the
cause of tbo war and what wen think
about It cow.
I think that no country wan erer
In no roor a condition to undertake
fcuch a great war a was ours In 1S6L
I have been surprised at tbe Ignor
ance of New Hampshire men aa to
what they had to meet. I'olllkiais.
pseudo warrior and self claimed
heroe went about trying; to make
men believe that It waa the easiest
thing In the world to go down and
clean those Hoothern fe'.kjwa out. On
the other aide the aame condition ex
isted. Tancey and other windjam
mers were going round proclaiming
that tbe people of the North were
nothing but "mud-siUs," who would
be awept away by the first dash of
the mounted gentlemen of the black
At th first call New Hampshire
aent one regiment. That call was for
78,000 aien, abowtng. aingularly
enough, from the present standpoint,
how even tbe leader of the North
looked then upon the Issue which
.grew to auch fearful proportions, la
the second call, tor J"0.i.K). New
Hampshire aent the second regiment
I knew some of tbe bo and some
officer, and thy were lamenting
that they lt.in"l get into the first, so
aa to get to Washington and see thai
city before the war was over. When
we think of those da and v. hat fol
lomej. we oncht to prff't hy them,
and not Imliale tht who ko around
If they had chips n their shoul
ders, ready to get lDlo trouble with
There were many who. after they
had seen what fighting was. were Out
anilotis to go back. They had tieeo
surprised at what they lad "run up
aicalnst I KW lark to the time
when the Sd. t'th. 11th. and particu
larly the 1 3r h . went away, and when
lull think of the bo) a In them whom
)cu went to i l.oni with ir, w bower
your companions or neighbors. It all
iMmi like a dream.
I remember od of my playmate
who went. He won r.o halo, no glory,
ho fame, but sickness look him, and
Ma father went to the fn nl to get htm
nd brought him home dead. Another
was hit by a bullet which coursed
long hi skull, and he lived In suf
fering until eight year ago. My seat
mat t school was shot bntween the
ye at r'rederickshurg and Instantly
killed, all but his head, aud he Itved
for day In agony, perfectly conscious
that he must die. When I hear mm
declaring that w oucht to flu lit alxmt
this, that and the other, tbe vision
cornea of boyhood friends with arroa
off, leg off, bullel In their bodies,
ruined health and worn out, ckeiug
out an nlntrnce.
Thry went off in esrltement? True.
Hut not all. I remember hearing a
neighbor In prosperous business talk
ing with my fattier and considering
whither, when his country waa In
l-eiil. it wa I is duty lo leave wife
and children and all to go. I heard
his decision to Join the army, and he
hardly reached the trunt when hwas
Ijei us are Just what we dlj face
by looking at the I'ntun side alone.
Ther were S.TOU.oou enlist uieuts. and
allowing for re enlistments. It Is esti
mated that I.tHMi.tHK different men
were engaged. There Is not a man In
this audience who can conceive what
thla means. There were s"o.ivO lon.es
by death. Can you Imagine how long
It would tak for an army of ttxi.tn-O
to march jm.l this door? Did any
body lu my town. Ie. think of uch
vast number whoa lb war started?
llesl.le these, "O.Wrt died In prison
These figure may astound you. but
ven morw would tlie evperieucc ith
lu tbe prisons. A woman In I'eieis
burg asked a New lUuiptlilre fTlcer,
"My brother wa lu the Mh Mtoo
chusetts. and he died lu Amleisou
v 1 1 If ; can )ou tell m antliing aliout
Ms life there?" ' No. niadaiu, I rail
Hot The experiences there wer such
that I ran ncter describe them In
wife, sUler or mother." Theie were
l.Pod general rngsgsments bsitl
a ds fir tour r. and JOO over,
la 112 rtigacicbtf vur lot waa liU
DARK fef S
ft Ul '
or more each of killed and wounded,
and It with - Ua of over IO.ikm) each.
Von will remember alioul the 1st,
or the bli;oly Cth or 9th Massaelm
setts, but perhap you never heard of
the 6"th. It left the state 1,000 stning
on April IS, 1,4, and wrnt to th
swamps and Itayoui of I-oullaim. On
Reptembe-r 30, after Bvt? month In
the field. It bad lot 2"1 killed and
CIS wounded 716 In all and mus
tered only 60 In Una. During the re
bellion there were 2.400 artlona of
aufficlent Imjiortance to be Identified
by name, two for every day of the
four year. In 150 rur lose eKceed
ed &oo. On the National side the
J.000.0"0 men enuanei lost more of
their number killed in battle than
England baa lost In fighting in tbe
l.C.'O years she ha been a nation.
One in every 15 of our armies was
killed in battle; one In six died of
disease; nearly one In five waa
wounded, and one In every ten wa
ho badly wounded that he had to be
discharged before hla term expired.
When men talk of tbe halo, the
glory, tbe pomp and victory of war.
see that the coming generation are
reminded of the home, the Borrow, the
suffering which war entails, and leach
them to love and reverence peace.
Krom an address reported by the
Saw Gen. Thorns in Action.
"It wa my good fortune." said
Major N. G. Franklin, "to see Gen.
George H. Thomas in action at the
battle of Nashville. Gen. Kimball had
ordered me to rarry a message to one
of our brigades, and after delivering
the message 1 was ucable to find the
reneral to make my report. A staff
officer Informed me I would find Kim
ball with Gen. Thomas, and I sought
the latter. He aat on his borse, cool
and alert, and I remember how quietly
he said to Kimball: "General, you will
order your second brigade Into ac
tion.' A I wa the only ia officer and
not otherwise engaged. I tolunteered
to carry tbe order. 1 waa Just starting
when a sharpshooter got range ot
Gen. Thomas' beadquartera and a bul
let killed Gen. Klmball a horse- under
him. After extricating the general
and ordering another horse for him
I darted with my order. Ther wa
no excitement at beadquartera. Gen.
Thorns acted a though the Incident
were an everyday occurrence, and not
Lieutenant Colonel Harwell, then
only !! year of age. commanding tbe
Thirty first Indiana, led one division
iMrrulih line, and when hi troop
took a stronnly fortified position of
the Confederates on Montgomery kill.
Gen. Kttnbalt and staff followed them
through the embrasure. A the Gen
eral's horse made the bwp he was hip
ped and was useless foievermore
a war borse. As I saw one of Kim
hall s horses killed and the other hurt,
my affidavit mad it possible for the
general to get pay for both hora.
"A the division Urmih line was
filing Inio this improvised fort, 1 saw
Capt. Kaldenbaugh of the Fifty first
Ohio, dusting the uniform of Con
federate soldier with a riding whip.
It appeared that th Captain had or
I'ered tbe Confederate to surrender,
and. the latter rep))ing offensively,
th captain gave him good licking. I
wa so much Interested In thi en
counter that I did not hear the tip
of rlfl balls or the bursting or shells
In my vicinity. The captain brought
la bis man." Chicago Inter Ocean.
Why H Didnt Ct SHot -
The late Gen. John n. Gordon and
Gov. Chandler of Uoorgta wer lo
t ether in a hotel in Atlanta recently
when Gov. Chandler asked the general
If he had cr known of a witty darky.
"Yes." said the general, "on. When
Gen. Robert K le was fighting Grant
In the last days' an old darky be
sieged headquarter with request to
see 'the gln'ral.' He was turned away
a dole a times. Hut one day he suc
ceeded in reaching tbe guard Imme
diately In front of Gen. I -res tent,
and almost got Into th lent Itself be
fore he waa stopped. Th alterca
tion which followed wa overheard by
Gen. I-ce. who railed out, 'let that
man com In" Then Into th tent
cam the fellow, a raw boned, shamb
liug old darky, who arraped the
ground with hla foot and kept turning
his hat around nervuusly In his hand.
"'Well, where do ou bekng?" de
manded Gen. I-ee.
" l b'longs to y'r company, gln'ral.'
rvturnej the darky.
"No. you don't, declared the gener
al sharply. Lvrrjbody In my com
pany has been shot. How I It that
you haven't been?"
"The darky scratched hla head.
Then from hla twisted mouth cam
a confidential whisper. 'Well, you'
sk gin'ral. It' thi a way. 1 atnt
been shot, 'case when dey's a flgat
golu on I alwaya slay with th gln
ials.M Gn. Morn I Dead.
Gen. Thomas Morris, in! rs old.
died at ImlUuspolls at Ihe home of
bis daughter, Mr. Chambers. Gen.
Morr.s was a vcuran of the rlvll war
and up to the time of his death was
Ihe oldeut living graduate of West
ISiliit Military Hi-hool. having entered
In lt.lt. at the age of :u. Falling In
general health, coupled with t Id ag.
wa lb cuo tf h! U alb.
SHARP FIGHTING IN AFRICA, i
Special dlspatcbe lo the flerlin
IiliSl Anielg'-r from correspondent
In German Kouthwest Africa describe
the encounter of Major Von (jltse
capp'a column and a force of Hereroa
at Oksharu, while the German column
was on tbe way to Onlatti.
The road traverse the thorn thick
eta. Katly In the morning the Hereros
attempted to surround and rut off the
rear guard of Maj Von Clat-nopp s
force, outlining of Fiol.er a company,
slili h wa nunn -rous, well aimed aud
The enemy opened a vigorous f.re
lasting three and half hours, the
rear guard Laving been rdnfnrced by
Count lirockdorff company, and
First Ijent. Jlanshold'a artillery.
Tbe enemy were pursued for an
hour, but escaped. leaving Cfiy-two of
their cumber dead.
In tbe meantime the head of the
column, under I. letter, bad a sharp
fight lasting an hour. The German
losses were Ueut. Noerr. four non
commissioned officer and twenty
eight private killed and Lieut. Hllde
brand. four non-commissioned officer
and eleven men wounded.
THE YOUTH'S 60FT 8 M A P.
Es Senator's Indorsement Seemed a
Ex Senator Mason of Illinois, wa
seated with a party of friends in a
Washing! hi cafe one evening, when
the circle was joined by the aon tA a
big western cpta!it. whoae main
a;m In l.fe seemed to be a continuous
Julil'ee. He was of that cias Inele
gantly knowa as "butters In" and It
was sxn evident that his presence
was distasteful to the senator. "My
old man doesn't put up a cer.t tor
me." said the )ming man. displaying
a fal roll of greenbacks. "I'm on my
own resources." "How do you mar
age it" aked one of the party. "You
must have aome sort of a "snap." "
"This Is my 'snap.'" said the gay
spendthrift. Impressively touching hla
head. "And Ihere'a not softer
'snap' In the world." assented Sena
Famoua War Correspondent.
Sir William Howard Kussell. who
without hi knighthood would still tie
Dr. Kussell. I eighty-four yer of age.
H I a war correspondent who won
his spur In the Crimea, giving some
of Ihe niost remarkable let
tera ever written. He was also
present at the siege of l.uctuow. an
other grand opKrtunlty thai be did
not fall lo make Ihe niost of The
Italian campaign of Is.'-f. the Amerl
can civil war, the Danish war, the
Franco Prussian struggle and many
raniilgna In Africa, ho also witness
ed, and be made firm friend of King
Edward, whom he accompanied as
honorary private recrvtary on bis
eastern lour In 1Tj.
College President in Dllimmi.
When President Nichols Murray
Itutler wa at college certain fresh
men of hi time made no scruple of
stealing a pall of milk which a dairy
man placed outside the door of Mr.
Ilutler'a room while Ihe occupant was
In class. In order to foil the maraud
er tbe future president of Columbia
composed on day a formidable leg
end, which he prilled In very deep
lettera and placed over Ihe p!L. It
read: "I have poisoned this milk
with arsenic. I'pon hi return he
found Ihe milk Intact, but added to
his notice were toes appalling words:
"So bav (."
Manufacture of Oxon.
An English engineer I said to have
fimnd a proces for manufacturing
oxoue that is much simpler tt.sn thvse
used hertofore and permit of a
larger deduction. Otor is by tim
produced In au apparatus Into which
atmospheric air ts f irccd by means of
aa air pump. An e-lectrte alternating
current tf Uu volts lu three amperes,
rhanged throiisa transfvruor to
lliH) vrol's. Is then Intt-vMuced
Th:oui;b viw'io discharge in th
Ifpaiatit oiou i tngendeivd.
'''It - jTr---ls&', M '
The artillery action wa tri!Kot
Th Germans suffered from want of
ertWeabS horses. fcavitg ot.!y
Iwenty-on aloials rapalil of afrit
Ing. The enemy wltbilrsw la a north
Major Von lr.app fcar'ied rm
Or.lkuars, iLtemjiiij u make n 11
An off.clsl Bfcijri! of the ecr--rrient
with the Hereros ss u.s,j
two of the eoeay dead ww
Col, l.eutwe'n. governor of German
Southwest Afriea. arjii'iT,c-s that the
German main furce left (ar.-i;a,
April 7 for frjosaf'i.
The F-uthwet African c.rref port
ent .f the Coloeae Gr-;e. tr. Mo--lenhof.
has sent his paper a graphic
. MAP OF SCEXE Of ITKJJINC
letter riecenbir.g the rOef of Orra
runi on Feb. 4 When ue garrison
of Ominini J-eard tbe firing of tee
artiiiery of the relief corps twenty
five of the beleaguered force maie a
sortie ag!nt tbe enemy, who held a
natural fortificat:on consisting of a
line of clifTike. projecting rocks.
"After being driven from this posl
lion the Hcreo took cp a new one.
contesting the ground lech by lech,
and leaving a cumber of dead at
every rallying point.
"The Hereros lost about a handred.
killed or wounded, of ihe.r approxi
mate total, f'j men.
"The German loss was eight men
killed and ten wounded."
CASE OF RELATIVE VALUES.
Apt Reply Earned Renonvmatien for
Frequent corr.p!a:ct Las been made
of late because members of congress
have absented thes.M-lvea from se
dons. This reminded Cmgressxai
Hardwlck of Gvr:.a of an occurrence
many years aco. Robert Toombs Was
a candidate to siiec.-e i himself, but
was aecueed by an annin. nt of being
abser.t a great deal. Th" matter was
brought up by h.'s rival for the nomi
nation at a joint debate and ti::s was
liobs repl y: "Fellow ctiier.s. for
te sake of arctimcnt e w:i admit
that the charge broiicht by my oppo
nent Is true and Itat I haie been ab
sent from Ihe sessions of Ibe bouse.
Admitting, a I say. Icr the .a!,e of
the argument, tiat It I true. ( will
ask you this question Which ran yoa
better afford, to have me in corgres
and absent from the soMons. or fcave
thla man In congress and have h!ra
present at the sce;ons?' The con
test wa settled on Ihe -nt. for
Toombs was elected by his usual bug
Plan Monument to Bjomaon,
The NnrweRisn of tbe Ked river
valley will hold a festival la Fargo
on May 17. the Norwegian r.aUoii
holiday, when a monument in honor
of Pjortist .Wn It.vrnaon w.M v
velleil there. The nvieti-Lt lo erect
this n.onuii ent was sisrtej s-m I'm
ago by the Norwegian In Aler
eromble. N D. anj was later lakes
up by Ihe Norsemen throughout lb
siate. The granite I'.ii. hu-b will
be used as tie monument waa pro
cured in Norway roceni! by Dr.
Flelde of Aberctomhle. The govern
ir of WiM-onsin anj ivnith lskota
have signified their tctcnuoo of at
tending the festiit:e
American Medical Association.
Atlantic City. N. J.. ite fstuou re
sort. Is lo W tbo acen. Jiiue 7 10, of
the annual meetir.g of Ihe Americas
Medical Association the great na
tional or:anUaiion of phtsicians, nr
geons and -ci:ita. A half fare
rale has been granted by the Tiurk
IJue associatk-n. and will probably
le granted In other searror of Id
onmtry. Fb.vsic'.ans of th (SMistry
are much elated over the prospect
for the largest meeting ever fceid.
Mesopotamia i gert.l.
Th aoil ot Mes.poisrnia I one if
Ihe most fertile In ihe world, ar.4 tit
climate would readily arwt of Iwo
crop anuual'j. t!l sprays are fi.
Qunl and there is eo-iy -rotl :itiy
thai the u! terram-an w.slih of ibe
prxoiin could easily make it a rival
of IUWu or I'ruui-ylvau.a. Theiw are
abucdant quarrie of gpuu. s6d
stone. o.J tt Bnett win sr.arb.'e
tile Ihe luountaiu ci t M d,-;i,.ie:t
of liou. copivr. Uad ai.4 g.wi.
oV utt) t i t J
I V ss vs
It tlfe 't rvf
tckart.e. aHc&, (!
la V.fm ur Vrnt t..t
gnal'y pT-rstr' the
f(T,gt brtij. Tb
kWty wr:ng are
S-rUysi tl.7 t- jv
ttst tley r . . t
l-f the U-J, !
and ftr.-lwrw f?o-ra
hWxd rb4 uoti are j
t l.4 ar.4 ((r.por's j
are rsnsir.g f,d to isi j
prerrovi sn-rn. beart. f
brain and svery orjrsa j
of tie yfJy i''b ; '
-e eiwo. ! s -
YMur r--'- are q-jink Ut s.t vd
' reri't.ea '.' it k' n s :4 be,j V'-ai
fr-e tbe s)fctm fn-ra He-1
bow va:ur.; tty are. to-s la ta
of l ing sta'i'S'jsr
u c. ixjTe;i of 4i ji'frh r:rt f..
Fpotat. Wh.. sajs: " 1 tv L.f
tr-mbie f rr m ey xWo j for t.e p-t
ten year. It was cauw-d by a era.
to wtirS I p.d :;tte a'tetiTn Fat
a I f- tbe trnifcie it ba.e
worse atd wom iit'3 ary rr;a or a
tl.ght eji1 was e-jre to be f .'jw-d
by severe paia across tty tsr t. Tb-c
tbe action of the kidney rrtI'w.. be-
cam eWange4 .ad 1 mutHorli
anrxjranc lMoe W U '" j
'" n-iur, ... arte wvifil 1.
my no:ce ar.4 after taking th-a
hrt t:a:e their g'Xrl effect was t j
parent. All the pain was relieved
from rcy bark acd tie kliney secre- j
tion b-csme rjr a)!. Ixb KJiiaey ',
Pil's do all tbaf Is c'.a,l for tb"3 ;
A FREE TRIAL 4 IE:s grat r-o- ,
edy wb'.fh cured Mr. Ix.vll will b j
ma;ld oa arfl'c'i"n ' j-art fit ,
the I'ni'eJ States. Adores Fcer
Milbi:rs Co.. BuCxlo. N. T. For s.a
by a.i drsg:;, price U cn'i p r I
a gir! may ca'ly
it wben fc'.-w:i;g
le. tb? can't show
. . " . .
W1aqie.sf.ck ut.xr bixi t
IT I piii, tirvas'. Ire-wr n-.ir sr : c
C-B.IS io tefttfc a:,d r ' ai '',3 ':-f
try other U'.'.g If .kt c--t d r -t
V'-ep it sit d I s fi;r fcm..e i.i 1 LAu-xy
ikjcCu , 14 Mm Lir au MM. c"i-ir.-.
The Retort Courteous.
A well known judge teii a :ry
about Lbe rros- xamioatioa of a bat
ten:, ervd woman in bis lor.ri. She
was an Amaxonisa person. Her hus
band obvioutiy the weaker vesS. sa.1
sheepishly listening The oppoaicf
counsel pressed a certain question
ra'her urgently, and she said, angrily,
-You needn't tiick to eauh me, Toa
tried that once before " The iawver
said: "Madam. 1 have n tie ahght-
eat desire to catch you; and your bus-
band looks as tf be were sorry k
A Modest Petition.
Utile Johnnie had been taught to
ask a blessing at the table. One mora
ine: there was company present to
breakfast and Johnnie, being a little
embarrasted. made the following brief
petition: "Oh. lord, forgave us fjr
tiii foo; Ltppitcctfa.
Pctaah and Pottag.
I.ifle F'.mer is find o' Bib'ie sto-i,
and often refers ta tbe-n in ur.et-ct-
ed ways. One dv. a'"er abriitg
po;ch kuenge that hal l-en g:ea
k:m for ki sore throat, ke .sd:
"Varoma. that fellow Esau was a
chump to tra-Je bis birticns: fr
Bless of that iu3 ' "
Wa;ea in Spain.
Wl'kln tbe !t ttrwqt.jrier cf a
century tbe ifri :J to tte IsScr
Itg cis-s kv rlso in 8pa n oc'y
CAME f ROM COFFEE.
A Caa V here th Taking of Morphm
Began Wnn Cc.
"For i jears." ss a joitnc Ohio
woman, 1 wa a great s'lterer frvm
slo!t;s.h. heart aci lier trouble. Fog
the last 10 years lije svifTer;i-g ws
terrible; It would be Ire jss ble to
describe it. iHirirg lie l-t tire
Vests I bad coavu'.!ot'.s from wt.K ti
the onl relief waa the usw .t KUvr
phme "I bad several pyslr:acs. aewriy
all of horo advised rue ta stott r.tk
Ing te and coffee, bit as I oxi'.d take
only liquid fds I filt I could Bel
live without coffee I CMCimued dr.oV
Ir.g It until I lussuie alnx( lansr.
B'V mind was affi--tsi. wh;' rev !.!
aervcHi strn was a complete
wreck. I suffered day anj Bight tiom
Ibirst and as watrr ou;l i-u.y a;k
me s.ck I kt jt oa trjll.g d.fferwftt
Oneks Btr.l a frl. od asked m lo try
Ilu Fv-J tVfee
"I d A so but it was ttm time !
fore I wa beirttii br tSe cbc.
mv si steal was so tiled to3e
poisos. it was ew k'tg. however, b
f ire 1 could eat all kinds tf fi .--! aed
drink aii lbe cvk.d water 1 wanted aod
wtu u my sj sicca d--a.2Js It I bow
I year I ka dtssk Kk:tg bat lav
turn In breakfast acd spprr aai th
r.J't has bee a that ta place of being
aa Invalid wna m xcmd aSectrd I ini
How slrorg. Kirdy, hspp' aa4
"t ts a very delicat is jc titer
who ha bew greatly brtieflted by
rlr.ilc IVtttucs. also a t'.rosg boy.
who wv-uU rater go w.thout fjnd pr
kis bcvk?t l(.aa kis Fvwtimi. Shi
ttiuca ie(itid c lb ptvper evviieg
C-f l.t ikj to lia'.-M It ks bvord th
proi-r Ircgta cf Use t'evpie w,'! b
d vsi'i'.-.xte la it. Ttvwe 1 It hvnt
of Jnnkitg strvn g viffee should msXe
tt IXv.uta v-fy strM.-g a! first la
ew-.trr t gel a strvtg o.i0i.-a) tte."
Nsm gneg t l(au Cos. Haiti
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tte-r w'.Tgs a-r tie sn .r o o-.r
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It was at a treaA.'art iai ti-sf
mk1 ;o t b-itt.-i, T fi k.g
4, rtougs yoci ha.-l ra,ae-S NVi t ywey
c'.ib . t t;;. rey ear. "I t m
race tie k-vee-ex rely. "ml w Lit l
Pin Ptmirsn P,a-ray.
The rot'Tiant of Pirra w' g-r.irw
airee tie cc;T-:'J3 c a rx.sjr
fnxa ti.e Pc:c u. a ts. bratci
. of tie Aeaijiu
Tnics.-veaa f Wa' Ss'n.
i Tie sk:a of ta wfea'e U froa tw
lEcbe to two ft tiick. thai cf a
large specimen of: welging tiirty
' Railhead to Dead Sea.
; w" n"7 ' " rert4
' ir,:' wt tf ti
, c a of Joiv
; A Nursery "ran Exoee .
Taritoa. Teen, April ltk. Mr. X.
j J. Mortoa. proprietur ct tie Tarllon
' Nurwerie. is xpvea for inibiicatiaw
some cf Lis experience wfctc. bo
i dt:M w.';I isterewt great, ssasy peo
ple w to are trieg to overcoate isi
i Isr d.Srniue. Axocg otter thugs.
i "I si'i aaswer all evqairera who
(srl a -.:B f ir renir and wi!l bw
i r.MH5 to It 11 tieao Jt1 bow I cared
rot-'f cf a case of Kliney.
; I'rmarT aej Bladder tr&-jM. wfcii
rai tort;:r-d me f.r ovtr tire jr.
' I tai a fearful bi.rti.cg ti'n.i
wi-tj urinatirg and was so vrery b4
siaje till 1 Cx.niai ncej o use a meiiie
f ee caMieJ 151 a H0sr Uia.
a i "la a ry sboct tti t fusd t wa
i ge-.titg Iwtter led 1 kept oa tili I was
I coai'etly ured. E'ery sjmptcat uf
i rev o'i trouble is gC aed besiie b--
!sg c;ird cf tit pwrttcalar troet.
my gf r! bea ts ! better ttaa it
ra b- a for years. 1 feel i:k a it
man aid ata ready at all time ta
testify to the aoaderful rvir .r g p
era of l2d KiJsey P.i;."
When a ken racked tcati take fe
faniilr out drlviag. yow tet hi wifa
SsoleCiswrJ,s waa-l rnsai ta CWIMrawk
SaoosmfaUf sse.t bv KxKm c C.i. aura
ra lb ChJdrew s Koaa ta New V ai. cwr
Ctn jal.'S, Iew:ihaea. h4 SHamavh.
Tseihsej liKc-ir, si riise IS
rVwSs and tWtea Woiaas. t)r Jkt.ui s)
tri"Oii.!i At !l drut IV. Ssrr.r-Sa
ab. AAissw A. i-U jumALs Kvy..VT.
Kai'road i rfictals are , 'I trpoo
lists, allbv-bga they titak (su,
itte ii lwfBty-lie ladirs.
The IVf'.aac jStarci Ca will U
IS I4.e a rviB4 ir'p ticket to ti
St. Louis E i tiow, to fiv la-iie
in each uf the f: ion Ing state: Lll-a-.
i. Iowa. Nfi'ioi. Kaaaa aad
kl:uri who will send ta lb largest
(utntn'r of Ira i mark rut from a na
i (riil. lsounve pvksg of tVllsa
cold water laundry starch. Th
enran from ).iar oea boat, any.
wher Ul the abovw esaled state
The trade mark must be maUed tij
and rwivel by the lVf.aac ?isrc4
Co.. Omaha. Nti, l-f--ir tneutbr
lit. ls-i. (V-iober and Novvmer will
bo IS best uoati to vu.'t th Ex
P.:tum. KfKtsit list IV f :uk- is
th oaly atarch put up IS oa. t f.U
poMOjl to th pAVkag. YJU get OU
third BM4 starva lor th same moaey
tStaa cf any other kind, aad ivtiaaca
ever stick to the lioa. Th ticket
to th Fvpoaitioa will b sent by re -tered
Buait SrjJfwVr Sta. tJtarc tv
vale ty ail dealer.
It's very rarvles o fa girt to b wh
lag st.rk I'ltvs wbea ti lights go but.
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