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I.otvneylt frcth candles at bctliiblb'
Preaching at thu M. H. chtirbil W
l'arduo has a tjnantlly of datio ttfcit
Tom Gray wan tin from Ills foxos
Ohtts. lying's diiuglitcri Hmrna, has
been III tills ween.
. Mrs. titmh departed for a Visit to
Hnh noliita. Thursday.
Percy 8cliolled was la town Sunday
from lloswcll, visiting menus.
Miss Joslo Witt wont up to Iloswfcll
yesterday to vlilt Mrs. I'lnlay.
(cv. Mutidcu, of ltoswoll, wob a
southbound htiwcngor Tuesday.
llalnwnicr has proven to bo tho dark
hbrso in selling Shurpu a peaches,
T .l'ecos manacil to wrest ono ganto
from tlio i:i l'aso team Thursday.
Thero will bo preaching services at
the Uoptist church Sund'ty morning,
M W. U. Wtferner Is having Ills dWelf-
Jng rb-palntcdnnd fixed up generally.
Hard on tho doctor Sharpo's lino
douches, Laverty has u few, so him
, fire (department meeting MotYduy
nbjhtjund members nro retftiestod to
fiBd Mary Colo, of lfopo, arrived
S.lttiibiy and is attending tho teacher's
Tom Kollls hoii boon carrying his
fjeati In a sting," caused by getting lye
lu his oyo.
, Mrs.E. Orr, of Hugormnn passed
through Tuesday cn-rotttu to Crystal
Falls, Texas, on n visit.
, Mr. Nolan, thu day oporator at-tho
dopnt, rejoices In tho advent of n baby
girl at his homo last Batm-day, the
t It. V; Tanslll nnil" wlfo returned this
morning from an extended trip, having
visited Chicago, Denver, Han Francisco
and other points.
, Mr. A. N. l'ratt still continues to
improvA from his crltlqa.l(A,ttack of
typhoid furor, during which his llfu
wob almost dlspalred of.
Mrs. W It. Hughes nnd Mrs. W. II.
lllgger wfo passengers north to Ilos.
well this morning, yhoro they will visit
loxjx coiiiifo oi weeks.
,JIoynar(I Sharpo nevor forgets tho
printer and as ft,, result tho forco has
beep feasting on peaches as largo as
, dlnocups oud iff tho Uncst llavor.
, Kl Paso 32, l'ccos 7, Is thu result or
tho Ijull gamo Thursday at l'ccos,
JJatterles: Kl FusatHlf!rra nnd, Wld
ma.u; Pecos, Iyu McUtnis and (llad-
'iljo Odd Fellows lodgo has purchas
ed thu bukcry property and will lease
to somo baker or etnpjoy a cpmpctent
rnan to run it, until tho lodgo con
cludes to build.
3am Ketchum, the train robber, who,
by. olllcerri claiming to know, was
Idvntlllod as Hlack Jack, died In tho
JSuutu Fo pen Monday, his death being
tho result of blood poisoning.
.John Phillips and Floyd Jlakor wero
rqieasea mi n 8xj uonu mauu uy w. d.
fjarper'nnd 1). L. Kemp, last Wodjjea
duy. Tuo.boyB seem to havo received
n,xery aoyfro lesson which they will
not forget ,
JJ.1F. Curio, tho plonoer baker, sold
hi business hounouijd lotto tho Odd
Fallows lodgo yesterday uud will 'eavo
with his wlfo next Tuesday for Los
Angeles. Oal., thurothoy wlllresldo in
Tho bcot sugar factory commenced
to work oyer tlio seconds oj jnolassas
w,uleh win loft over from,lTie last fall
run last Motlday. It will requlro only
oiQoupIo of weeks tb turn out tho
brovJn Bittfaf from ,Uio molpjsas,
Tho meetings ut tlio Seventh Day
AdVeoll't tent still continues with mi
abating interest. Subject for con.
aldorntloti this (Saturday) evening,
i'Tho l'unlshmi'iit of thu Wicked
Iviml will be their Doomr" Allure
cordlully invllod to uttend. v
iImiu ltllev. who wad book.kteper
for II. Hi l'lcrco eleven yours gn und
lately employed Ujr4'.W. yon,:oi ate
Mllluu.dleU tld4i7 Hi illotftl ikhlltz
Wednesday vtviing. Jtwso was war-
Htil lat Iitt.nrnlii hit., bereaved who
wfti.wlth lilnj vHW e died. .
Iltat f& tdjjurln town - White Squad
Htiito Journal isauthorl
Vw.r,.r tliu atatitment that the 1. V. &
Jf. K. Jty. has been transierred iot mo
a. i. I.i Vh llv and will bb ouurattd.iby
hst company; with dispatchers oiilco
afiWootfwara, u. t, -inougn vuo m
tiMtf sounds well It Is said by . 1'. V.
nssnlo thvtt thero Is nothing Ui II.
m xv if. seaman, tttatid lecturer for
! hho Masoulo blue lodne,nuil grHPiib, Igh
with tho Cdrhjfya' lodge this week.
j limmiin hAiiiuit reitimcu rrom a
ourteen tnapth'B visit to Klondike and
ti. innm vrv interiMtiMir stories
Lbautthu'tUfeatluudof lee und gold.
lVIiIIh iipru Mr. aeauiaa insiaiiou a
hsnter with W. 0. llrown. hlgU ncltst.
rn WtDau. at Hot well, aulstod at
A I'Srilil? i'Wycfi
Uod bl6M our wobbling prcwiMettti
Ulre him n now baakboncj
And B"nt his nbco to hnvo tbe ncrvo
To say Ins soul's hit otvu.
Dellvsrhlm (mm llnnnat 1'latti
And AlKer's tubtlo powerl
Wo vrntit no woakllfilt nt tho helm
In this preaarlnuthour.
lie plnyclh Inntonil loom
A bird with ogle's picrelug Mrfrtms
Hut tnlont Ilka nxooio.
Heboid ti! nt blowing hot and cold,
AiiUiiiltig vorioUi KrouniU,
Anil whlld ho holilctb with tho hnro
llontiiuelli hko ihi houudi.
Ncrvo Thou hit rollvrllcrhig arm,
Dlrcet him how aud ftiiviu
And nmy tbe Uod of nation gui lo
(lur Milp of State Aineul
-New York World.
Say, boys, get somo of thouo luscious
penchoa of Sliurpo's for your girl. Hud
Jtascoo will !Rck them at Uamblu'H.
Mo colic nbout thorn.
W. II. Hutchison Med nt tltt homo
In tli lu city last Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Hutchinson had bced on ii trip to
thu mountains but becoming very sick
went to Kl l'aso, from which point he
was brought homo by his wlfo lust Sat
urday m'ornlng. Tho family came hero
two years oiio last snfimr from Mis
souri for tho bonotft of MY. Ilutchln.
son'4' houlth, and his llo was somo-
what prolonged, no doubt by tho
change, Tho remains woro laid to test
last Sunday from tho llaptlst church
by tho Odd Fellows lodgo, of which ho
wus n mombcr.
Curl ItobertH returned ycBlnrday
from Fort Worth, where ho went to
consult with the Ft. Worth Iron works
people about thu Irou for repairing tho
court houso. Tho Job Is ono Of con
slderablo magultudu aud will rciilro
tho expenditure of over 81,200. Heavy
irou rods will bo run through the
building In four placex nnd long iron
cleats will bu placed lit each end of tho
rods. Tho Judge refused to hold court
In tho building unless tho repairs woro
On Tuesday evening last tho beuutN
f til and spacious grounds of Oracu rec
tory was tho Hcono of a ilelluhtttil re
ception tendered Mrs, J'. S. Mutthuws
und daughters, thu family of ou'r cs.
icemcu rector, uy mo members oi too
Ladles (Julld. Tho lawn wob brilliantly
Illuminated with it profusion of elcc.
trio lights and colored lanterns, (learn
ing nmld tho beautiful shade trees and
shrubbery of ono of the prettiest resi
dences lit the city. Tables, chair's and
hammockfl scattered through tub
grounds, affording comfort to (, tlio
many participants, ana mo tiio.ugni
tulncsB of tho commltteo of arrango
rtfl'iita urranccd reclining chairs uiid
cox' uooku lu cunning corners whord
tlio more soutlmontnlly Inclined could
enjoy theuiselvon. IlofrcHhuients lii
abundanco wero oorved during thu
ovenlug and after it most enjoyubld,
tlino tho many gueats retired delighted
with tho Hiiccesti and' ploasuro of ono
of tho most successful receptions of
I'll paint your buggies nt from flvo
to twenty dollars. St-u mo ut place
formally occupied by UtmiiiiNT.
J. A. Law.
. . Wnleli nttentleil, (Wrri
tul, uxiMtrleneM, pafiutilK
IU nno inaqlianlihi In Mf
Itmt comlftion. It dtralir t
IQKV llll Cll Oil 10 IIUIKO II
mark Clufe. but It THiut
linvii tliMi uillii ntul hnvalt
nt tlK rlKlit Uliio. It It (UK
ijiidlneMt in cirrit nil ujl;
IICUIIIM aiMHIl which nun
wdVn It kanlt rnrtifll llaiH.
II U nir ninlillliMi to nnit to
(tin riiutatloii wo think we
tiAvtt. In no mall lUMfUtw,
alrwiilvtMianniliwT ol do
IiiHiiupmt. Ilnrumi vmIoIi
If yea mw! iw werit wo
win doll iprrwr mil.
I!clcl7 dFuci Co.
T. F. Jlliftkmoro hits seaUred tho
toervlcu of Mr. Hnrrj.?. Crug of Fltts-
burg I'o. A I'll. tl. ort,t,w? oi tnu uest
Kastorn Cpllegea. .All prescriptions
Intrusted to his hands are guaranteed
When Kd dobs tils working suit
wutch out for aburpe's fruit, peaches,
ajjples, nectuHnlts, plumr, iiulucoamj,
grapes, ana they grow ilgiil uer lu
S. H. Wiliwn, construction foreman
for the 1'. V. A N. F... had hU leg la
lured this wek bv a fullinir tltnUer.
HnlinrV fl. Iutertuil! (Hod Julv !2l. at
l4p p m.pf Irua-tt dlsjiase wltli whlaii
bd uau ueeu uuwau siuow iqw
Hillside Dairy Farm,
I'. II. IlkVAIVT.
Fresh Cream. nUkand Hutter Deliver
ed to All Parts of the City.
&pooldi Oowa Tor Invalids
end Children. . . ;
down t'ltoM etui ihioisTiiitni) hhmd op Jiliistiv
OATTl.l! rait MAI.lt AT Al.l. TlMlM.
We Dont Puff
nbout tinrltm nrlntcm
nrle It li Miner
Mnny bum iirltitnn Kot blHlfj
(il(rU, thu . CtillHKNT
tlio Wffmitlpf I tie Inti irlntln
lor hiTnlnrw mall In HWy
nnd pi I ti ioli irl
emi'lty nml lets tlio otlior Icl
Iott pun nbout Wcr) ninret,
?0f II ruu wnui kuuu iirim
nir beomiM! It In olienp ieo till
ot'lee. but II you want tmtitty
woreuy bum iirlnterHtinslro
whero. Don't coiuo to thU
Tho following toitchors aro attend
ing tiio lustltutu In session this cck
ut tho schoul hottsoi MoaSr, Willis
and Jiil CRifwell, MIMoi HatCm, HuttoH,
Sarah l)mitlitt, Mary Colo and Hottla
Koiff. Dr. A. J. Kmerson is conduct-
lug thu Instltuto and tho; sessions aro
Very Inforostlng. All touchers ura re
(Mested to attend.
Watch repairing at Ulackmorosby
tho expert watchmaker Hurry Morri
son. All work or mo vory uest.
Lownoy'a fresh cuudloa at Gambia's,
Tlio 8ltrn oi Mprej .at
Htnnton, Toi., wfllorlflt
tlicirttcliool Dip nrnt MOll
day In Hcptonlbur.
Monthly RotodV ,.
Tuition nil'il bimrd tll.00
S A V I
1 havo juliuSd' In llhndlng Shnrpo'H
peu'dlidy. Ilulnwutor will bo pleased to
wait on tho girls.
J. M, l'.utntn.
Dlvlno sorvlccn on Sunday next, tho
ninth Sunday ufter Trinity.
Sunday bcIioo, sir. Iltiglt l rceinun
uperiutendeut, 10 a. in.
Morning prayer, litany and sermon,
1 n. m.
Kvonlhtf song nnd address, H p. m.
A rnritlut ItlVltlltiotl OXtetldod to
Btrhntfurtt und visitors to thoso servl-
COB. .. ...
J AM. S. MATTIIKWH, llCCtor.
AHtintronsof tho l'ioueor Hakory
aro hereby notilled thut till tickets for
broad will bu rcilcomcu (or casu on or
before Aug.3 1F. Uaui.i:.
A Woman' I'lrst Duty Is nt Moittd.
A umnnn who ll lift BtruIlL'. Mill yet
has to ftelorm tho imtttltnrliiui duties of
liousc-inotlier ami iiome-mnxcr,iuu iwtu
in rnoiiniillil hor lllllltat;oiltOr (UO OBUtlOt
got throuRh hrr twk with sitlilaetton to
beroll or her fniutiy," writes uioio
. . a i - a....
Jtobltuon btfovll in tno AugtiH jiniiio
Homo Journal. "She muitloorn to eeono.
nine her strength aud nut frltlst It nwuy
in iininu iiiniMnry thlilrt. wblsh Mime
ono elxe can dn as well, Hint she nmy have
MiouKhleft for tlio important uimiaiuu
lUut no one elw can sntUly. bl.ie muit
iHilniiee tho claims of obatit, toelety aim
httr own household, 'anil reoolutoly refute
I4 b puibwl btjotul bet ppwern oi wwar-
niist). It It bpr.l to liut one's onrt to
'whntiuoiuiuoall uluutv. but to tho wife
anU uHilier'hiin'ell)riitiluty, tho mhmuuI
llulu K'vwi nur to euiurate, nuu ur Hiit
may be to train aim support iue woini
. . a.l.t..Su
'wbwe bUitHW auu uuty no uuiiiuuiu wiu
To clean a whlto jjoatsklu rug, moke
ttmiur iuiIk wltff fiat wulor and toant
dlsolvuont) tablMpuonful of powder.
ed borax In u pint or uoiung water,
and add this to two pullfuls of thu
sud. Sloke tho rug tree from tjutt
and wash ItJn.thO borax suds, llavo
80III0 SUUB l It l.vuuu vuu iis4iv v..v
rug a si'coqd washing In t h lo. Hlnse
In warm .wter, tlien In. pold bluing
water. l'at through tho wringer, and
Uieit shako and pull Into shaiie. uuug
tho rug bn a lluo r) tho thadp.and
ii.nba Mini itn an v it mi nuitM itiiiid ii.
Is dfyluA. W hen bry, rub betweeu tno
nanus to souen. - iuisui unuiro
T. F. tlhtokhidrb has just received n
lull Biippiy bf fresll drtlgs tnd Is sell
nut at cost his stock tit granite wnro
glusa ware, china wurootc. and will dll
vote his attention exclusively to drugs
In tho future.
Hngcrman has gonu has taken his
shops with hint. Tanslll has gono
somewhere but lid (lamblo Is horo
with Shnrpo'H pencheti.
No mere relief but a suru cllrd for
tluiidrurf. Cure or no pay,
Ki.iti: 3llAVI.N0 I'Allt.Olt,
Thrco Mormon elilurs wero mobbed
at Covington, (ioorglni this week.
roitSAt.it: Fine Slock ranch near
railway. l'rivnto water right. UK)
aoroo dcudod. (iood improvements,
at only ton dollars per. acre, Cull or
wrllo. , ..
Wsi. it. Mt'bfiANK,
Carlsbad fT, M
Notlco of Admlnlstratlx'i nic".
In tho mutter of thu estato of James
H. Carpenter, tleceaned.
1 hereby give ubttcd that I will sell
at public auction for cash, or on six
mouths time taking well secured notes
bearing 10 per cent Interest from ditto,
for all amounts not paid In cash; all of
tho personal property belonging to
said estate, ut tho CarpCutcr home
stead about thrco miles west of Malaga
in Kddy county, New Mexico, on thu
23rd day of AugtiBt, sulo will be
gin ut 10 o'clock a. m. 1'ropcrty to bo
Boldils principally live Btock, horses
uud cuttle. Tho property will
bo present to bu inspected by bidders.
KMIl.Y L. UAItt'1'.NTKIl
July 20, 1800.
Notice 6fCompctltive lixamlnatlon
to Appoint Student to Military
To Ah. Wir'ojf it May Conckhn:
At a nfcctlng of tho board of county
CouYmtislonerti thu following named
porsoiiB wt ro appointed 'o conduct it
competlth'' examination to select it
student to thu Military Institute1 nt
Huswell, New Mexico, to wit: A. X.
l'rutt, A.J. Kmerson and T, J. Welch.
All partieti who wish to apply aud
compete In said examination will ap
pear bofore said commltteo on Thurs
day, August :ird, WW,
Chr. Hoard County Com.
July 20, 1800.
Tho board of public land unnottncuB
that It Is ii'nv ready to loaso school
sections fi' -.tul ttb of each township In
the turrltoi . for u term of flvo years,
and desire tho territorial press to uu
nouncu that blank applications for
louses can bo obtained from tho corrf
mlssloncr of public lauds ut Santa Fc.
.1. M. Summey,
Bomt illly li Mtt afloat
Ttill thought In illly fliymat
Tbe allllonalra can onljr at
Oue dlouu at a ttiua.
lint what of tbatf ThU fat mUU,
Winn all Ii dona and aaldl
Tb tiUUIonalr ln oaih aat tU cp
for dinner tUl ha'a ilaL
I.ot II lilt Al!
ij noe IaiTK tunm thf aheullai d'i rtt
n war" ha ruounta th,9 xittUx'i aUad.
jay ruliM thu atiurt, tus uuip, (n tot.
And mm Ulow and nfnta aboT,
for lov U litarMi, and beavta U lota.
-8fr VfiHir BM.
mus T ., ...... w
..ffork ilrst-olass, jirlcea retftohable.
?im daltverv and MkclibS. Ulve ui
a trial. I'utronlae hy'iuo AWtfttry.
. I,. Ht'OliKa, Agent.
'Hrree Kt cfeirr ihibtt strop.
Pat Dtirack In Mexico.
Tho HI l'aso Urnplile gtvoa the fol
lowing nowiuiit of what Pat Duraak
done In Mexico. Pnt la well known as
tho former rent sand stntio tiinrry man
Pn. Dunteh, the prnapectnr nnd tnln
er, rvturntil yntenlay from Soiiorn,
Muxteo, wIh-io Ih lintl gone Inst
Week iiuuoiiiikiiiIihI by trOinu Now
Vork mining exHrla who weroltlong
It) u.Miinliio some propertlw In that
Tbu party on lonvlng tho (luaymns
rullrnhd fuountud hursea nnd hondetl
for thtir drtttuallon. on arrlrlng
nt tho Yugul river, tlioy found that
it roam booming, Mr. Dttruck had
himself tied on the homo, and In that
Bhapo crossed tho river. Tho New
York gentlemen thought that UUlug
Biich n chnnco by crawlng thu river
fit tho condition as It then appeared
to bu lu, wus more than was willed
for lu their contract tti examine
mines lu tho htnte of Sonora, and
tlioy did not orofw, 'i licit determina
tion loft Diiruek on ono sido of t).o
river and tho experts on tho other.
Tho result was that Duraak had to
lash lllitlsulf again (ho cannot swim)
on tho storm dock of his onyuso nnd
h'nxxiird another trip back.
Tho party then concluded to wait
until tho river fell, uud Mr. Dure ok
returned lo this city until that time.
1 Buggies. I
!! T.hc 1
j Ever Ki
j Come and Ki
i Scc 'fl
K Harness and
Y) Ropolr Work
nil muiiuyi u
An PYrlmiiL-n ulvna tho fullowltiP. which
li n oonr nl n telioiil bov's cmnnlnlnt to Hie
board ot directors; "Mr. Dltccturs My
sister who Is tbo lei ehcr whips tno crcry
ilnv. Sin (oltt Imr tn whin tno oltcnur tlinn
Jbo did tho other scholars so they wouldn't
tut riff sue wnt partial, i writo w iui you
imiiiw tlml thu li too thlti. Klin Ii nn olil
maid aud gets mail bccnitko she can't get
married ana when tno gets to icciing tuni
way tho Inrrups me. 1 hato to tny tuoh
thmgs about my sitter but It It so, ami 1
write tn impuro it you eau't nop ner iick
Inu tno or uct her a bunbnnil. Any old
thing will do, to It's a man."
Conditions In Porto Wco.
At a meetltiit of tho Merchants' as
sociation in tho city ot Now York tho
other day In behalf of tho women una
children of Porto Itlco, Mrs. Uuy V.
Henry, the wins of tho rortuer gover
nor general of the Island, Ueuerat
Henry, who hud to make way for ono
of tho administrations ictH. painted a
durk picture of thu condition of thu
women of thu Island.
It seems thut the women bofore the
wur were largely self-supporting ut
honortiblo trades. They used to tuaku
thu uniforms for tho Spanish soldiers,
und thu widows and orphans woro tho
rwlpUnU of pnsiou. I.otturlos were
plentiful uud many of the old women
madou good living by selllug lottery
tlekHU, a perfectly legltliiHtto binlnetw
under the then regime. Under Amorl
oun oooutotloi all that had been chang
ed. Old conditions, wero swept awuy
and now conditions, further than a iuIIi-
tary oceiirniny,have nut supplanted
them. Wherever changes nave been
made It has been a forced chunge from
thu old Isluud or Spanish customs to
American custom. Mfi Henry found
after a few days' resldeiieo in Sou Juan,
ti,n now Wrfctehtd txiiidltlun of tho wo
men and children. They camotoher
with lank figures and appealing looks
uud sho received pathetic letters from
rrom the women of luldUlo ciusstw usk
lug her to attlst them to support them
Thlt is d specimen of our colonizing
capacity In a comparatively small is
land, where no have hud uu enuiuy to
fight nuf hostile ugitatioti to content
tfirtiluit IVe iHtvu sulTernl u term of
onngressto pass without providing r
government for those pooplo and liava
apparently been titlnrly onllous to
their fate. Whitl 'reforms" w Invd
iuatigiiratod Ihivh Iippii thoto omy that)
have torn down without building aitetr
upon the ruin. The chuugoa tint havo
been made by the A mm latin mllltury
oftloers Imvo been attempts to timkn a
peoplti In it few mouths drop their hub
Its and tMistoniH or eeiiturlw nnd adopt
our ways and vluws, to which they aro
strangers. In a word our treotnieutof
Porto Hltw, which literally fell into our
arms, hits not only exhibited a woeful
luoompetecy In dealing with colonial
matters, but has been cruel and shamo
fill. Hoporta or stagnation and suffer
ing enmo from all parts or thn Inland.
und yet hothltig Is to bo dono until well
along lu tho next your to bettor conditi
At tho aamo meeting nt which hla
wiro spoke, ttenernl (Jtiy Henry declar
ed that tho only way In which wo cart
govern this pooplo "la tho way or affec
tion, not forco." "They nro dllforent
from ttr in tastes; tlioy wish to becomo
Americans but they do not want to
Thorn's tho hint for tho administration
-let them becomo Americans, but do
not nt once attempt to "Ameriounlxo'
thorn, Wowlllmnko n futul error it
wo comtnenco at Puritans and ortisud
er lu'.our now "colonies." II oiiHtdn
Do Our Soldiers Kill Women.
A few wouk no onn of Hut l'Jill!itno
CoinmUklmiDM Hinted Hint no wnincii or 4
olillilrcu hiu killed by our oldli-r lu ttietc
parnilt of thn l-'lllplniM I'rlrnla lotlori of
oldlcr, however, (cll n dlrfrrut toll.
U. V. Williams of (liars, Mo, an;;
"In Ilia pnth of tho WsihiuKton Uugl
ment nud Ditttery II, of the Oth Artlllorr.
thero vera 1,008 dead ulggeri and a great
tnttnjr wonuded. Tfo burnod all their
houiu. I don't know how tunny tin ti,
women aud olilldrsu the TooutMve bora
A, A. Unroot of Hnlturr 0, Ord United
Siatrt Artlllnry wrltei: "Order were
reoelvitd from doners! VThosloo to bortt
the town nnd kill orery untlto In right.
About 1,000 men, women aud children
A, Mlohei, 3rd Artillery rajs: "Wo
bumbnrd Mntabott nud then wetit lo and
killed every unlive we met, men, women
TIioao tew extract from lotlutifnte iaf.
tlolent to show that onr way of dealing
with the nntivot It not mnolly ns reported
by Korernmontnl ngonU.
John Hubert, who wn formerly a bng
ler In Company 1, Thlrteooth Mlnnoaota
and tin recently rttnrued front Mnulls,
nyi 'Thp lnnfhler nmong the unlives
I tometliltig nwfut, nud, when Hie trutlr
U known, omebody wilt have to do a lot
of explaining, Tho ooy are nil alok of
Hand want tooomo home," HoaUo 'taytt
"If the Atntrloao people only kuewof
the slaughter Hint I going on In Hie l'hll
Ipplnu amoni? tho nutlvei we would have
a war among oar olve to top 11'
It tnnr parlmp not bo trau Hint any
(ieimtal ordtrvd (he kllliug uf women and
ohlldreu, (or It I hard tobollevo Hint nny.
one would Inke upon him tuoh a repuni.
bllllyi bat that nuoli killing ha been done
onnnot bo dvnlud. Mot of the fighting
u far liu buoii dun by the volunteer,
nud, a it h been aitirtud more than
once, they onnnot well bo dltolplluod.
Hero I what one of thuo volunteers
write hornet "I amathed eome floe, bin
plate-ila mirrors aud ohnndollert Juit
to hour the nolto. 1 tell you lid war U
Hue, aud 1 Hko it (f I only dou't get tliot,
8mahlnp;, burning nnd killing) it U flue,
When you onoo get started In and your
blood heatnd, yon dou't giro n d u for
anybody or anything) Jolt get eraty aud
do all the damage you can. Wo aro quar
tered lu a flue big church away up In tbo
hill au old tnonaatery. I bet It uever
saw audi a tlgbt beforet thooiaud of
ooudle burnluKi men all gambling, awar
log) lots dred iu prleta' olothe.
Willi tuoh element lu our army no won
der that women and children nro not
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