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WOMEN WHO WENT TO WAR.
Dvote. Wive Who Could Not Bsar
. Separation from Husbands.
Trie women tif America had their
full rliare of the burdens tf war when
liny nave their liuntiands. sons and
It'jUhtk to the country which ealled
tijmn them lit dire need. It I eon
railed that of tlie two, the woman who
Mayed nt home anil tin- man wbo
niarehed away, the woman had the
Hut th( rerun! of the war detain
ment til.ow tint fonim er not. In
all ease?, wiliiri; to remain at home,
pa-.wd from thtisi they love,;, stranpe
storied, writes A'' C. Sweet. In Chl
capo Journal, are tol l, some of them
well authenticate,), ef fii-.'.a who enlist-
Sh Saw Her Hutband Shot Dead by
M an men and maintained Ihelr dis
unite for a longer time than would be
I.vo of one man. rather than lov
:t country, w us the rtillt.g passion w Hh
most of the war going; women. Hut
ther cr exceptions, apparently, one
of which I ahull describe.
tt was viisy. ei eclal'.y after Ihe first
lo years, t"f. a woman to pan the
rarelcts iriit-cllon of r-crui! irifi ffl
rera who wtrre mail.!)" anxious to fill
tl,elr lifts repardless cf t;ie fitness of
the volunteers as fishier. That they
were "food fur powder" was thought
to he eiHiijch. If the new recruit came
coiiiem here near five feel lu height,
and wa not ohlou!y lame, halt or
Kind, admist loo to the ranks was
Anr.le hoi; hzlfli:?. a lfi ear.ld Rlrl,
enlisted at Detroit, so that the tttsbt
he iie.tr her (heart, a ieut riant
In the Twenty f1rt MIchH'nn regiment
To her ilWmat the mat asvlyned to an
other company than the one In whtrh
her lorr was n duty, and thMit;h the
made every t-fort to Into h' roin
l iiny, kho nev.-r nn ci eled Hie ear
il'J out her ditties as a ruldier. how
ever. tai.InK I'ltit til a tioir.her ef tnt
t!t and doiim fid w ivire.
When, In she h wd. ir.d in
the aim. the ui.fn ho was call'-d
to ("re the Wound tilsrovered her e.
and the )oiirK heroine at nuintpail'y
dlfmlH'i d fioii) the set vice and tent
yj (W'W l
"Matik Miller" wAa tt:e name taken
iy Kiai.ees lli k. a H.ieaif.il Kir)
h(i enlisted la I'l l. iK'i h-r
ai!y lu the .1.11 r. The
I air veie III one of the ' heine Kuard"
for three InoiltllH. and Winn
the term of nitliu as Hushed they
ac.iin i nlihted. 1 I suld, In the Nine
leeiitlt Illinois reiTtinetit.
Th" hroth'-r as killed In hat'.ie. Isut
Ihe i ter remslnel In her regiment
until the u taken vth'ituir. lu av
tetnjillttK to iiki-npe from the rorfedoi
ate 1'iison the (ltl as Kind, and h r
wound h d to the rtlseovery of her eo
crt. S!u) held a i.tlsoner for
some eekK. and then en!ia::Ked. pie
nimahly for a (cenulne "Johnny Urh,"
Rild SO nhe ltji t ivd from thesuoy.
These wailike femlnh.e eieatures
were. It ill he noted, nil very .vtvinit.
Mary Owens a JTounu Vi tinst 1 at'.U
glil. Init )in.t In her teens, r.mnted a
yoiiun 'hlier. inuih f'a!t.bt the will
ft hT arenla. KearltiR to go home
after the wedding, she enliiited In her
li'.ishaud s remi'sny, deelarhn; that she
woi.ld never l sued fu ni htm. She
took the name "John Kvans." j ut on
the hlue uniform and endured patient
ly all the hardens of BoldieY life.
She saw her hio-hanj shot dead hy
her tide, and the was wounded In the
s-ame hattle In whhh hr hm-'iiml wax
Willed Hie was sent heme. Invalided,
after 1 months' service. n 1 her tit
temiilnetl imdlseovrri I durliiii the
wluile time ef her asinv e .ei It nee.
The eno f:ltl w hoae love of war. or of
eoiititiy, ins l i have leil her to eu
lint. Is tin unnamed heroine ( 1 rati bol
t'.tll thii.klni: that Into led Ur li.io
the army, ulihouh It Is t.ol In the
story s told hy the j eorle who knew
her. She :n tteteutiTt-J to tulj,';,
fil 111 the (l.i I, hot h 1 i.:ill. Mho
li I l i New V. r's si it.', uo;r,l:n
l.ei (li . iie to en .':'. b ! a na: n t u,
ttt) ll l . e it 1 11' WCsl lt VUii !ll
filtnd. iodnR thnt r1.ii id e of scene
and sin riKinditiKH would hrltiK 1-er to
Itut she enlisted. In Iletrolt. a
dmti'iTier, atid tnartt.ed away with her
replnient. Hhe kej t her secnl. and
endure.l Ihe haidihlps ff the tnaifh,
tbo ranip and the rthtlnjt. until she
was mortally wounded at the had It)
of lHikotif mountain.
Thf kind hearted surKi-in who at
tended her coaxed from her th name
of h'.r father and wrote to Mm of Ji'.s
daiighter'a )sttlon. The Identification
was complete, but the girl died, almost
Immediately, In the fl'-hl hocpltal
died, as alio hud lived, alone.
These are a few of the tales of
slrangp happenings; tales which float
about In the homes of old men who
once wore the blue. Some of them ar
recorded 111 Ihe books which make few
nilctakes as to bald fart, but every
one knows that more, la left unsaid
than ran he taid, or known, in any history.
FIRST ENLISTED UNION MAN.
Contest for the Honor Between Two
A cuiiKst for the honor of bciriR the
f rt man to enlist in the army of the
uotth din In? the civil w ar has bf en
In ji.-ocrtrs lu congress and In the war
leNti tint i,t bureaus between William
M. fe Hart, of Locanspoi t. Ind., and
Charles franklin Hand, of Washing
ton. Ixith doctors. The claims of Jw
Hart have been Id the hands of Sena
tor Allien J. IU'Vcildtre and Congress
man Kn'der'ck I.anJis. His chsyn
jiloas liave lieen f ghtlng to pain for
the Ixit:ans;K;rt man an honor that
haa aheaily been lxHtowcd uim the
Washington man by act of congress.
They are flchtln?. writes A. R. Kees
line in L'slii-'s Weekly, to secure for
Indiana an honor which they r!uii:i
h.is been wroi i;!y appr.: la'.e 1, by
act of the le-inla! ure at A!!ai,y, ag a
pieroaiive of the state of New York.
Within an hour after the r.ews of
the full of Fort fntiiter had Ix-en r.as!.
cd over the wires. 1W Hart bad en
rolled Mnisclf. tho first, as he belieyes,
of an army that, all told, siihse;.i - inly
consisted of 2.TTS.r,"4 men. The rec
ords of congress and the recoids of
New York state, however, declare
Hand to have bcn the first. Then
tame records also show Hand enlisted
two days afler lo Hart. Itocuments
sent to Washington attest the enlist
ment of IV Hart at clr.e o'clock, April
111. The honors Kami haa b-n
Riven were based on official records
hhowln he enlisted April 15 and was
mtis'eied In May 13. 1S01. Meanwhl?",
le Hart, act tin'! us to his supporters,
was already on his way to the front,
arriving In time to participate In the
flitt tattle of the civil war at Thlllo
ll. June 3.
I)t Hart's documents Indicate he en
listed two daja before Uncoln's call
for 75 ( "ii troops. Hand a claim la sim
ply to have been "the flint man to
volunteer after Lincoln's call," and
this honor awarded Mm by concress.
It is claimed, makes no recopnliion of
several Indiana m n who, s-eltit the
cation's ieril. volunteered before the
call" was Irsued. In Albany's state
house Hand s p'rture Is hunt:; with a
record of his b'H'ory as the first volun
teer amotiK thf 4iS.fS0 men the state
sent to the 'far. Honors have ln-e-n
showered ujn Hand hy KiiKland. Rus
sia. Herman, Kranre, IVrsia, Mexico,
Hi-vpt, India, Norway, and Japn. The
war deportment has Kivtn him a lurpe
pension; the senate rvcords devote six
J.ij:e.i to a tribute to his si-rvlces: and
a lol In Arlington Cemetery. Wash
Incten. has htn-n presented t i kliu to
!u Iter hts remains w her. 'tap"
MHinds. lV Hart docs not sock tit dls
parace or.e trlumi h of Hard, but de
maud ieo..-;:nli!o!i as the iirt volun
tier f Uie northern nrtuy.
ULYSSES S. CRANT.
How he Got His Name A Good Story
of His Boyhcod.
I", 'si P Ilrar.t tecelve l his plvert
tiat :o in d'-lcrelice to the whes r?
h tuuttoral irtit.dfatr.c.-, who had n
hih cpiiiloit of tho lireek .il.!!et l'! s
s who win 3 1 : inuulthctl for 1.1s
u-!om n it it for 1U iililllty to kit p si
tent about alTalis of stale fliaul lund.1
this wanior lis n.mli I (I'.fits moth,
er toniei lines Juki d ab oil l.t natee,
savlntf. "He ran fill m t to !e tisel-ss,
bu, to bo l' "
He ait n. led the tlintiut sihiH.l
wheiv he was a fair pup.! and I n'.e.t
(or his kindly disposition a tinit of
character which be luheiltcd (imiu his
mother. In after years, one of l is
t aily pis) mates said of him: "1 never
saw him show uti rvsctstmt-ut, and I
do not believe thai be ever felt a
tir.fe of It. He was never lude, oje
prtxslve or iili;rrt'ttbUt to tUer chil
dun Once, when he was a very
voun sdiolar. be was very much trou
bled by one of his lessons A school
mate, iH'Uclr.K Ms ierpleitv, anid.
'You ran t master that.' I lt-i s re
plied. 'Can t! What doe t'uat rneHiiT'
Why,' replied the uov, "U means that
that ou can't. Theiel' I'lysse
went to the-diottonarv. and tried
iinsuctH'tsfully to find the word I bet.
Tllell he Weill to hi teacher Mid asked
him what was the meaning of tbe
word "Ciiii'l." tellinu hlui that he had
seaiehtd for It in vain lu li e diction
ary. The toucher nave projur c
plaiiatlon. and added: "I'lisses. if In
li e simple of life any p iui shoiil l
asstit Hat oii can't do a thlnn in
des'ie ti accemi ll!i. lei jour aiisstr
l.i . The word "iiui'l" Is let lu the tl
(leliai V .' " I'hilad- Iplua i.ed-er.
No vi i ".a i 1 i,if !ior
Oil l HI. id. tll.it l'e:i "l
ii . i ' l y vi 1 . J
it i r id. hi.
.J ci t(
PUT IT IN COOD LIGHT.
One Corrfortlng Thought In tK Death
cf the Chickens.
A lady who had r"cet.t!y morel to
the suhuibs wns very fond of her first
brood of chUkeps. lulu K tmt on af
ternoon she left the household ta
cliHrre of b-r elcbt year-old Uiy. He
fore her return a thunderstorm came
up. The your.ester forgot the chicks
durlra; the storm, and was diitmayed
after It passed t' find that half of
thetn bad teen drowned. Though
fearlriR the wralh to come, be thought
st to make a clean breast cf th
calamity, rather than leave It fo be
"Mamma," he said, contritely,' when
his mother had returned, "mamma, tlx
of the thickens ate dead."
"Ileal!" cried bis mother. "Six!
How did they die?"
The buy saw his chance.
"I think I think they died haj py,"
ho aid Harper's Wickly.
VERY BAD FORM OF ECZEMA.
Suffered Three Years Physicians D d
No Cood Perfectly Well After
Using Cuticura Remedies.
"I take treat pleasure In Informing
you that I was a sufferer of t-czenr;a in
a very bad fond for th past three
years. I consulted and treated, with
a number of physicians In Chicago, but
to no avail. 1 commenced using: the
Cuticura Kernedies, cousintir.K of Cuti
cura Soap, Ointment and Tilis, three
months a co, and to-dpy I ata perfectly
well, the d::-ease having; 1-jft nie en
tirely. I cannot recommend Uie Cuti
cura Remedies too highly to anyone
sufferlr? with the disease that I hive
tad. Mrs. Florence E. Atwood, l&
Crilly I'lace, Chicapo, III., October 2,
ivi'j. Witness: I- S. Merger."
Deaths from X Rays.
The death of Ltr. Weigel, a sarpoon
of Rochester, from a disease due to
the rotittar.t use of the X-rays makes
tie fourth who Las h.st his life from
this cauc-p, says the CLis'.iaa Advo
cate. The cthtrs were an assistant of
Thomas Edison, a Bom on physician
and a woman of San Francisco named
Fli'lschman. In the case of Dr. Wei
ff.l since 1904. when bis right hand
and nil but the thumb and a finger
of the left hnd were removed, there
had been four operations In trying
to fave his life. The first removed
a part of the rlpht thoulder; then a
rart cf the muscles covering the right
Mystery completely envelops tb
cause of death, the disease being un
known to mr-dlcal science, though It
Is believed to Involve some (rreat prin
ciple of life. Dr. Weigel was presi
dent of the Rochester Academy of
Medicine and the American Ortho
Punctured His Eloquence.
A lawyer in Johnstown, N. V., while
dt fending a little boy who had been
I prehended in the act of inaklut: a
surreptiil.ms entrance under the fair
ground, ft nee. drew for (he jury a
most pathetic picture of the prisoner's
"poor old widowed mother with the
tears etreamlr.R down her face and
her pray head bowed In sorrow at the
thcutht of her little boy being Incar
cerated The youthful offender cut
In at this i-oint with "Please, ir, Mr.
lawyer, my mother ain't a widow."
"Shut up. darn you." said the lawyer.
'I'm trying this ce, not you." Law
Bctbin Boys' Wages.
John U. a nnn, treasurer of the
American Federation of Iabor, deliv
ered recently an address on strikes.
TiirtilnK to the amusing features of
the strike itU-n. Mr. I.cnaen sa!J:
"I rcinembtr a strike cf bobbin
bo e. a Jui-t ftrlke, and one that sue-ct-eded
These bo)s conducted their
liKht well, even brllllamly. Thus lh
day lln y turned out they poi.lej In
the ( ir,tiiii room of their employers'
nilll a (rtat placard Inscribed with
" 'The wages of !n 1h dtath. but the
.i.-i of Ihe bobbin boy a Is worse.'"
Frequently Due to Coftea Drinking.
tVie ( f the ft miiion stmptotus of
coffer pOie! l;:(: Is the bud tin am (hat
spell what (.hould be restful sleep. A
hian who found the rej..u m:
"Foitncily 1 was a Ue to coffee. I
was like a morphine liend, could Hot
tlccp at r.if-i.t. would roil and tons In
ll.V bed Btld When 1 did fel to sleep
was disturbed by dtratus and hobgob
lins, would- wake up with head a. lies
and fud bad all day. nervous I
could not atti ud to businesa. My writ
ing looked like bird tracks, 1 had sour
belt hlnits from the Momach. Iiidiues
tlon, hturtburil and palpitation of the
heart, coni-tipatiou, Irrvtulartty of the
kldiie s. etc.
' Indeed. I be(;an lo feel I had all the
troubles that hull. an P.esh could suffer,
but when a frlenl advised me lo bate
off coffee 1 ftlt as if he had iiiMilted
me. I could iitit bear the idea, !t had
suvh a held tin toe and I refused to
believe It the cause.
' it'jt ll tut in d out that no advice was
en-r Finn at a mote Lee.t.d lime ( r
I finaily consent .1 to try IVt-tum and
wih the Ktdr.it t ( coffee and tUo com
IrK of BoMum a I tny ttoublt-s have
futie and l.eulth has returned. I eat
and altvp Well r-iw. n. nes sti .-t.'.led
down and I write a (air hand la )u
can see), can attend to Lutim "S a.;siu
and j-ej.iice tl..t 1 aoi dee fn-m thi
monster c .f "
Teu ilao.' ti U ef .st,,ui i.i !;oni cf
c-IT.-i will w.i. k.. -r. I, i .;:!, i.
fn 'Vin '.. t p. ' I here a limn n "
II .id ' I I e I.e.. ! to ;-:i: i.l I '. :
.'. ;ue j 1 j., .-,. !'. ' 4 1 t. L i
T. extra orlt sy t'rrl'f of f . j
whl'e foods this, sur.r.er n,;k-s-tt e j
fhoire i,t H'st'h a tna'nr t.f treat !:.- i
p.rta'iro, -r.anr ftarch. In f r i ,
ti ' all li Jjrloiis Jhcrr lcais, Is th .
r?r,lT one whirh If af to tjt. (;n f.;i
fabr ics. Its rreat stremrth a a ff w r
m ii ! "o half the nual tjuanttty i,f fttarr h
oecssary, with the result of jrft
flr.lnh, npiaJ to that
ben tht g,ioi
Of tho Cafcbsje Pstch.
Clar ?4Vfr Her s a new r'.rar
I've Just been puttfriR tip and I haven t
any name for It. Fuj pfie yja so.-rreit
Friend (after smosftir It They're
natiiir? a jroM n.arr after rharartera
In fiction now. Why don't you call
thla ".Mrs. Wlsrs?"
Jm-srtaft to Mothers.
rwnf-y carefully errry bnt el CPTH,
a safe miA turt rviMij ix k.fcu Ld ii,lre,
au4 (Lu 11
lit tid IIitb iJv L.t-i.
Croup of St. Mary's Churches.
There are In Lmrt'lon a r-nnd dot.-n
churches named a't'-r St. Mary, near
ly all of thetn blor.ir,? to a single
proup closely packed tosetfcer. show
Ilr that they ell carre froni the ore
great parii-h of A'elerrnary.
Give DeEance Ftarch a fair trial
try it for lo.h hot and cold s'arcl.ir.c.
and if you don't think you do better
work, in less time and at mailer cc-st,
return It and your crocer will give you
back jour nioney.
?e!f foraetfulne.-a In love (or oilier
has a fnrc!;:oKt place in the Ideal char
artr and rc-prej.-r.ts '.he true end cf
hutar:;:y. -Ft a!...dy.
It Cures Whi'e You Walk.
A'Vr't K.v.t K.-- i i.-t"-: n r-rp f. r
let. w '-. T--C. -'i-'. i i-u 1 ....-t. i. t r
fe-1 . N.id by -11 I H . I r, 2.V k- t
ae.-ei.t any 'jl:;toe. In;,! re wtce 'Pi!!'.
Ad'irc A,.tn . i.n.-:-.-.'. Xx 1,. i , .. V.
Our character is Tut the srarr) cf
the free choices cf pool and evil we
make throiuh life. GeiKie.
. novr sroit. tnt r CMiTHE.
fw ltei ( n I'-hII I'.'uc snd ke"i thrrn
white as mow. AU gnxtn. Sc. a p-.le.
A man's bV.! must be h's px'de,
as well as his goal. Ainswcrth.
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Cn iiirnw d.,;n.rie jour nrvh I nw fin rrvr fmrw jr wit'n-vi irnr
titm. and hii I cen-iuer re!.r'i 3e ni view cf te st-vsre rwtgitT w .it
ob'.iinn at this tinte evr the erurr Hate.
1 a:n K-;re t Vn pn.ive nj i a tm freltTcwmjt -fet:--n. er-?!r
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