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THE AltlZONA nErXrnLlOAK: SATITUDAY MOllNING, 3IAY 9, 1903.
3 THE Mr. Daniel R. Ryan, who Lives the Strenuous Life, Says Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Strengthens and Sustains His System, and Invigorates and Rests His Brain. Jbmm DANIEL, K. RYAN. l-urn Mt?tnvi-nr.hc!m' is at p-rook,ton' rars: "IWore I used Huffy's i i hlskry I was completely run down from ovorv.ork. 1 could not j'me Xi it WM."v vT' a n7vo" ?re('k- As soon a. I begnn ..sins ImiITv'. .S ! Ann y(.' en.loyo-1 restful al..t.,. It has cured me of my nervousness. and I do not hae that tired-out feeling. It has tnl up mv svsteni and I ani now teelir.g bettor than 1 ever did m my life, that.ks to your great medicine ' DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY i an absolutely pure, centle and 'invigorating stimulant and tonic, brilds up the nerve tissues, tores up the heart, gives now, r to the brain, strength and elastieitv to the nv.iscles and richness to the Mood. It brings into a, tion all the vital forees it makes digestion perfect, and enables you to got from the food von eat the nour ishment it contains. It is invaluable for overworked men. delicate women and . -. cr"Vl!;?n- 1' strcngtm-ns and sustains the system, is a promoter of eood health and longevity, makes the oi l younu and keerm the voting strong IJuffy s Pure Mall Whiskey cure? coughs, colds. ' eonsuinpt fon. grip. ' Li onel i t is. pneumonia, an 1 all diseases of the throat and lungs. It contains no fusel oil ;md is the only whiskey recognized by the government as a medicine This is n guai'inte. c!uJivrlydCCtOIS rrtscribo- :ind 2'll" hospitals use Duffy" I'ure Malt Whiskey ex- . ' 1 V- " nen you asK ror imny's - ..v.i.i. i ii. w iiii-in, ii iui oi ine excellence ol tins preparation, will try to Fell you cheap imitations and so-called .Malt Whisk.v substitutes which are put on th market for profit onlv. and whi- h. far from relieving the ;iek are positively harmful. Demand 'DufTv'K." and soiuteiy pure malt whiskey which contains medicinal. bea lth-ri ing Qualities ' " 1,1 o 1 1 . i-iit- m'i i ijeimsi. on ire miv-i The genuine Duty's I'ure Malt Whiskev is ll hv all druggists and grocers or direct at J1.00 a bottle. Write for free medial booklet containing svinptomi treatment of each disease and convincing testimonials to the Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester. N. T. Mines and Minerals : lf Arizona : QUINCY & ARIZONA A New Company Buys the Ivanhce Group at Bisbee. . Wednesday the first payment of $H,- mm) was made, through the Minors ar. i ! Merchants' bank, by Michigan parties, on the Ivanhoe group, which lies be tween the Calumet and Arizona p.n-i Portage I-ake properties, says the His bee Review. The former owners of the? propert;' were Frank Armtsrong, Attorney J. M. OVtnneli. Kergonir and others. The deal was put through by Mr. Chenc weth, the prominent broker of Calu met. Mich. The purchase price is $140,000, and the group consists of thirteen claims. This is almost Ill.OO'J for each of the. F. E. DODGE HO N. Center St. Chattel Loans. Mining Investm-nt . Phivit" money to loan on household goods. Pianos, warehouse receipts, life insurance policies, live v'tock or any good security. No publicity Call and f ee me. ... TO PROSPECTORS AND MIERS . . . I can place good min:ng propositions it' merit. Have foj vices of tirst-class mining cxpeit. Mining j--urnals on iik' at ollice. L,rge caliiut for lice cx!rbit:o;i 'f :--:mip!es and sp ( iinei:;:. Call and g t acquainted. Re fern by permit-ion to Phoenix National Rank. ARIZONA SANITARIUM 525 N. Center Si... Phoenix. Telephone 1 r:!3. I'.KANCH OF RATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM. Fitted for most approved rational treatments. Electric and Electric Light R.-iths. Salt glows, sprays, shampoos, massage, etc., given bv lady and gen tlemen trained nurses. Health dietary. Offensive patients not admitted. E.. C. BONO. M. D., Supt. STANDARD i Dealers New and Second Hand Machinery Complete list of stock on ha nd furnished cm application. Castings in Iron and Brass. Machine Work Promptly Attended Tj. Telephone 571. PHOENIX, ARIZ. MB ' ? Louis Melczer, Tresis.; Alex. E-heinstein, Sec'y iJyy-C : . -ry rj-S O. S. WILEY, Mnar iPli Tl VITALITY The irre it rem?l v for nervous nrrtratien and ;.J diseases of iho Beneratirn .MM. ''i crsan.; o( either "ex. rueh as Nervous l'r"stratio:). Kni inaor Lost Manhood. Impotnry, Nightly i-missions. Youicrul t-rrors. Went.il Worry; excessive. use of Tobacco or Opium, which iead to Consumption and Innanny. With every ICTro lieiHf! Pi order we guarantee to euro or refund the money. Sold at 9I.OO per box. Prltn UOllll), boxos for $i.OO. WIL-TIOTT'S Clltnit AI CO., Clevelaud, Oiio. For sale only by IiEN L. BBMl, up-to-date druggist, Thoenlx. LIFE i'ure Malt Whiskey be sure von pet the chums, and is considered by mining men to be a. good valuation. Th name cf the new company wi',1 be the Quincy and Arizona, and the men behind it are Michigan capitalists, who will probably take immediate steps to develop their holdings. The claims are located in a section rf the dirtrict thit has long been look ed upon as cne of the most promising The presence of ore is plainly marked by surface indications. Some of the capitalists interested in the property are now i:i the city, and it i" expected that before leaving Ris bee they will map out ap lin that will be fdloTIed in t'.ie development of their claims. THE BUCKII0RIT MIKE . Plans for Extensive Development of the Property. Thursday a force of men st irted from Prescott to go to the ISuckhorn group o mines in the Kirkland section. Phoenix, Arizona WORKS in RON Phoenix Machine and Cold Storage Go. A it K:nde of Machine Rf pairing Dore on Short Notice 25-33 North Second Street Jon. Thai h.im r. "Pre. : P. T. Unrlev. Vice-Prea. ! twelve tnile3 south of the town of KIrkland, in the Weaver' district, to begin extensive development work, says the Prescott Herald. The work, as planned, will be the running of tin open cut to tap the bot tom of the shaft in order to drain the water out. A drift will then be rui along the ledge from .the bottom of the shaft, which is down 220 feet. TOO fee, coming out on the opposite side of the" mountain, at the place where the mill will be located. This drift will blot k out an immense body of stuping ore. The ore is about four feet on an aver age: and the average value is more than $20 to the ton. The croppings ex tend along the surface the full distance of the proposed prlft, insuring the con tinuance c? the ore from the bottom of the shaft to the opposite ride of the hill. linking will also be continued from the bottom of the shaft, preparing for the. running cf the second level, 100 feet below the one now about to b run. The ore taken out will be piled on the .dump with the hundreds of tons of ore already in sight. When the mill is built Cnere will be sufficient ore on the dumps to keep it grinding' indefi nitely. o Will close my store for the season on May 15 and will sell my stock of In dian rug"?, baskets nnd Mexican d'awn work, etc., at a great reduction until that date. Major IM Schwartz, No. 9. W. Adams St. WONDERFUL. ACTIVITY. There Is No Let Up on Development- Work. Oeorge C. Clark, the well-known mining an metallurgical engineer of this city, states that in all his years of experience in mining, he never saw more substantial activity in any dis trict in the west than is now visible in the Warren district, says the Disbee Keview. It has now been definitely as sured tht six. and perhaps seven, new development shafts will be sunk on properties lying between the Calumet & P.isbee and' the Copper Glance prop el ties. At the Ivanhoe group, adjrining the Calumet and Cochise, at Frank's Gap, a shaft is to be sunk and arrangements have been fully completed for starting the work. Next, continuing southeast, conns the Pisfjee Quevn. This property h' owned by the company recently pro moted by H. F. Graham and hia asso ciates, which is an assurance that ther will hi no lack of energy in pushing development work on tnis property on a l irge scab?. Machinery has already been ordered fcr work on one shaft and a second shaft is in conlempl ition. Adjoining th? Bisbee Queen, and in clu'Vr.g the Gold Hill district, work will Ftart at once on the Woodman and Tate properties, this group having been transferred by a sale to Pittsburg cap italists, who will spare no energy or ! nei ess:irv menns of thoroughly ex ploiting these mines. At the ?rtage Lake property, which ali--o joins the Bisbee Queen on the south, machinery has been ordered and is row on the road. As roon as thl--machinery arrives- the present force at work will be doubled. A little farther on, in the same di rection, is the Solomon Springs prop erty. These mines were thoroughly examined two weeks ago by Dr. Hub brd, state geologist of Michigin, for parties in that Flat". So highly did this expert r' commend the proposition a sale was th immediate result and ar rangements arc now being made to bo gin rinking a shaft and the necessary at rangements are now being 'made to begin Finking a Fhaft and the neces sary machinery for that purpose will be installed at th? earliest poiisibl-1 time. The money i: said to have been paid by the company, who recently pur chased the lied Cliff property from Prichard & Williams. A complete sur vey of this group la now being made by Clarke's engineering company and important development work will b inaugurated very soon. i,j k neduii ai Home r .,5 delurliLlul crennration cf h: "in 5 mot. ti-rhs KnrLn nn.H hi M berries. Nature's own pre- Cil;?(2 scTiption. Iicncfits everv Lwlsia memtier ol the family. was Rootbeor fioriflf the blocxl, que nrhet the thir nd (leftis the palt-. A 1 0 or t; muil, 2 ?. -Nte of imitainint. Ckar.n E. Birw Co., Htlvurn, f. Comfort Glasses in How few know what it is to be un conscious that they have them on. Our aim is to attain that degree of perfection. Will show you we can do it if you takl the trouble to sec. German Optical Institute 7 WEST ADAMS ST. Phocniit. Open Saturday evenings until 9 p. W. J. MURPHY t Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. 102 West dams Street. J. HERMAN AAGARD, Mines and Min ing. Mines examined and reporter mi. Connection with Ilonton Houses. Only legitimate mining projtoBitions consider ed. References Phoenix National Bank and First National Bank of Portland. M. Add'-rns BiIbes, Arizona, o r 07 Litering vt., Portland, M.e. Fifty Ysars ihe Standard HUONG Awarded Kighast Honors World's Fair Highest tests U.S. Gav't Ghsraisti rmce bakinq powscrt co. CHICAGO "SO THING BUT GOOD HERE" Some Nice Thiogs the President Said to Governor Crodie. Mont of the excursionists that went to the Grand Canyon to see President Roosevelt "returned to Phoenix yester day morning, their cars being attached to the regular south-bound passenger train. Governor Brcdie and his oill tial party returned and most of the members from the southcin part of the territory continued their journey home hm night. Governor Brodie though quite ill the day hefore wis feeling g'jxl again yes terday and put in a long day's work at th capitol building. When asked ro an interview respecting his visit with the president and the impressions o Mr. Roosevelt regarding- Arizona ar.d her people he responded very readily and remarked that Arizona had lost nothing: by the president's visit. He said that he- told the president it had been his earnest desire to have him visit thci irrigated sections of the terri tory, the larger cities and the mining camps in feme .of which thousands of men were- living through the operation of a single mine. He made it clear to him that what he had seen and was likel; to -e wrc only a few of Ari zona's "show features," fcr the cntcr talnm.nt of tourists, etc., and that mr.st of the real industrial development of the territory was far from the presi dent's line of travel. Answering him the president said he was very highly plcascd with what he hail seen and that himself and Jiis party were unanimous in Faying that the day spent at the Grand Canyon was by far the most enjcyable day they had had since leav ing Washington. The scenery at the canyon is incomparable, the weather was dtlightful, there was no annoyanc e from the va?t crowds that generally choke and Interfere with the pro gramme of the presidential excursion and there was absolute safety for the preFid:-nt. Alone with only a' few of his closest friends he was free to en joy that which was new and novel to him and with no worries in the full re alisatl m that ro harm could come to him. Ar. the day was also a relaxa tion fcr others of thi presidential par ty whrse duty it is to lie ever rolicitour f ir lb,!- prcrldent's welfare. As for "ecing the rest of Arizona the presi dent said ho honed to make another virit possible in the not distant future wh?n ho would visit the sections spok en of and acquaint himself with tho many and varied rerour es ef w hich he had heard fo much. The governor in sisted that the right way to do would be to bring Mrs. Roosevelt F.nd the children and stay a couple ot weeks, guaranteeing that time would not hang heavily on his hands fhould he be able to do o. In referring to the matter of the president's present visit. Governor Bro die Faid that In conversation with Mr. Loeb. the predd?nt's secretary, the lat ter told, him that, n:" o' the visitors to the canyon had remarked in the pres ence of the secretary that it was quite possible the governor did not exert himself overmuch in trying to get the president to visit southern Arizona, "but." continued Mr. Loeb. "I think he left mr with a different impression when I told him how the wires had been burdened with telegrams 'from you regarding the matt?r." Mr. I"eb said the reason the president could not spend more time; in Arizona, was that the visit to St. Iiuis was ai ranged at a late date and after the trip had for the mot part been planned. Doubling back from Yellowstone park to St. Iouis took several days ?nd the west ern. trip had to be curtailed in conse quence. There were- several interesting inci dents during the two days travel through the territory. At the- canyon tho president found one natural history Fpcoimen that he might have searcheil all his life for in Yellowstone park and then falied. It was a horned toad that had joined the; presidential party on the rim. MY. Roosevelt picked it up and named it Billy the Lizard, saying he wculd send, it back to the children for a souvenir. The president greatly enjoyed his horseback ride, and prac tically wore out his companions gallop ing along at the rate of eleven miles an hour. He was delighted, of course, to meet so many former Rough Riders and had a hearty welcome for them all. At The Republican readers are aware. Governor Brodie- met the presi dent at Albuquerque. Later when the canyon- bad been visited the president arked the governor when he was to se that -gr:!at desert he had heard so much about. The governor replied that he would find the desert all over In California. "That must bo so." replied the president, "for there's nothing but good here." o We the undersigned water users un der the Grand Canal invite others drawing water from the Grand canal to meet at the rooms of the Wat3r Users' association on Tuesday, May 13. 1903. at 2 o'clock p. m. for the pur pose, of raising a committee to divHo a plan to acquire the Grand canal and for that' puirose to co-operate with a similar committe from the Maricopa canal. LINCOLN FOWLER. .T. P. OR MIC. JNO. J. MKYKP.. It. M. WILBORN, GATES. II. FOWLER. I Additional Loce.1 CHRISTIAN CITIZENSHIP. Hon. J. M. Glass of-Papadena, Cal.. will de liver an' address In the Presbyterian church on tomorrow afternoon. a half past three, on "Christian Citizenship." unde r the auspices cf the Gobd Temp lars. Mr. Glass has the reputation of beiny a forcible and entertaining speaker, and has b?en a prominent fig ure in prohibition work for many years. On Monday night he will speak In the Chrlftian church, and on Tuesday night In the South Methodist church. Tonight he will speak in the Cart wright school houpe. MRS. MONTGOMERY'S FUNERAL. The funeral of Mrs. J. B. Montgom ery will 'be held this afternoon at the undertaking parlors of S. L. Easterling. Dr. Lewis Halsey will officiate. Mrs. Montgomery having been a faithful member of the Baptist church of this city nince its organization many years ago. The pallbearers selected are Judg, A. C. Baker. George H. N. Luhrs. J. XV. Crenshaw, A. G. Scott, John T. Dennis and Simon Novinger. All are old resi dents of this city and for many years friends of the family. Interment will bi ttiade? in the family lot In the Ijooseley cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. George XV. Hoadley were expected to arrive on a special from Maricopa same time dur ing last night. BAND CONCERT. Tonight is the time and the Indian school the place where the band concert and social wiii be held for the benrfit of the Baptist church building fund. It will be under the auspices of tho social committee of the Indian school and the Junior union of the Baptist church. It will be p moonlight social, and, ice cream and other refreshments will be served. The band concert has been arranged espe cially for the entertainment of the chil dren. The drive to the Indian school :d a delightful one, and vehicles will b.' admitted to the grounds. Street mm will leave First street at C:20 p. m. and every forty minutes thereafter. Tho committee representing the Juniors con sists of Rev. Halsey, R. E. Miner. 15. F. McFall. Mr. Greene and Misses Kay, Dorri3, Garnett, Halsey and Ellis. HOLME'S CHALK TALK. Frank Holme of this city, who will give a chalk talk in Dorris theater next Tues day night on the subject "What a Newspaper Artist Sees," found him self in Mesa City Thursday night and decided to give the people o that town a chance to laugh once more bef ire it gets too warm for that sort of exer tion. Though there had been no ad vertising of the event his presence be came generally known through the day and there was a latge audience ta gre t him when he made his bow. He leceived an ovation on J-.is first appear ance and kevt the funny things com ing so rapidly the people were so busy laughirg they hardly had time to prop erly e-njey his art. His scheme . is to ttll a funny story and illustrate it not while you wait but while you listen. MR. DODGE'S OFFICE. F. E. Dodge Is a new arrival from Colorado to join the ranks of Phoenix business men. He likes this valley, is greatly interested in the water storage move ment and has concluded that Phoenix is a good place to live in. He has open ed an office in conjuction with E. E. Poscot? at 110 North Center street and will engage in making chattel loans ar.d other business of a similar na ture. o . During my absence from the city. Dr. F. V. Woodward tkes charge of my practice. I can honestly recom mend him as a capable, careful and proficient dentist. He has been in ac tive practice for the last 16 years, late ly In Hutchinson. Kas.. and some of his former putientp who now reside in thi3 ci:y cau vouch for his trustworthi ness. II. J. JE3SOP. THE ANDERSON TRIAL The Chif f Witness for the Territory Has Finished. The trial of Josiah Anderson for th killing: of William Cameron was begun in the district court yesterday. The defense filed a motion for a continu ance. liaRinjr it upon an affidavit that an important witness was missinjr and could not be found. The court did nni think the affidavit was sufficient. Ift: would allow the defense to file another, but he intimated that if the continu ance wa.s granted, in view of the seri ousness of the case, the defendant would he remanded to j.iil without bail, j The motion was then withdrawn, and the business of selecting: the jury was begun. There was a venire of fifty, and when the names of the members were called something- happened that the oldies;, habitues of the district court of this county had never seen before. Every member was present to answer ta hi. name. The venire was made up en tirely of farmers and business men, and it was regarded as the best that had ever been selected in this countv. The greater part of the afternoon wa's spent in getting the jury, composed of the following persons: C. A. Stewart, L. L. Plank. II. M. Hackett. C. R. Price. (Jrant Jones, F. XV. Hunt, P. T. Hurley, Charles Walters, XV. E. .Dent. AI Smoot, S. S. Green and O. S. Stap ley. The principal witness of the day and the most important for the territory wsaaarssrazstE Mr. Joseph Pominvillc, one of the most prominent business men in Stillwater, Minn., after having spent $2,000 with the best doctors for a stom ach trouble without relief, was advised to try a box of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. He did so and is a well man today. If troubled with indigestion, hilious attacks, lack of appetite or constipation, these Tablets are L just what you need. Price 25c; all druggists. piirifrEXAisa Young girls at this period of life, or their mothers, are earnestly in vited to write Mrs. 1 I2m4 U mtkw Jhli Pinkham for advice; all such letters are strictly confidential ; she has guided in a motherly way hundreds of young women ; and her advice is freely and cheerfully given. School days are danger days for American girls. Oftpn ph3-?ieal collapse follows, and it takes years to recover the lost vitality. Sometimes it is never recovered. Perhaps they art! not orer-careful about keeping their fett drv; through carelessness in this respect the monthly sickness is usually rendered very severe. Then legin ailments which should be removed at once, or they will produce constant suffering. Headache, faintness, slight vertigo, pain ip. the back and loins, irregularity, loss of sleep and appetite, a tendency to avoid tho society o : others, are symptoms all indicating that woman's arch-enemy is at hand. Lydia K. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound has helped many a young girl over this critical period. "With it they have gone throvigh their trials with courage and safety. With its proper use the yourg girl in safe from the peculiar dangers of school years and prepared for hoarty womanhood. A Young Chicago Girl " Studied Too Hard." "I)f.ar Mrs. Pixkham: I wish to thank you forthe help and Wn clit I have received through the use of Lydia K. Piiikliam's Vk table Compound and Liver Pills. When I was alout seventetn health and i hard, and 9 V and old 17 E. V'WPo-V quart without relief. Heading one iay m IagggmA. the paper of .Mrs. HnkhamV grtntt cures, fpitA anil finding the symptoms doi-iiU-d n ) S" vi-'v swercd mine, I decided I would give Ldi.k . r" Pinkl,a,s Vegetable Conipouml a j" 0va trial. I did not say a word to the doctor; Aj 'Ahifii I bought it mvself, and took it awv.nl :ng Miss Pratt Unable to Attend School." "Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I feel it my duty to tell all young women how much Lydia K. Pinkliam's wonderful Vegetable Compound has done for me. I was (completely run down, unable to attend school, and did not care for any kind of society, but now I feel like a new jrsor, and have gained seve:i pounds of flesh in three months. 44 1 recommend it to all young women who suffer from female weak ness." Miss Alma Pratt, Holly, Mich. Lydia K. Iinkb iin's Vegetable Compound is tlie one sure rem edy to be relied upon at this important period ina younrgirr.- liO. S5000 FORFEIT" we cannot forthwith pr--lv.re the oHiiml lfttr and :jncrr c-t aouva lestilnoilUls, which will prove their absolute cenv.inrnes. Lydia K. I'inkham tFtlii-ioe fm, Ltun. Him. was Joe Romig. the proprietor of a si loon at Agua Caliente 1 1 the time of the killing. Romig was .1 friend of the dead man p.nd is on intimate terms with the rest of the Cameron family, k fact brought out on cross-examination. Romig said that in the evening before the shooting both Cameron and the d; fendnt had been in th? saloon and the latter with several other persons had been drinking. There had been some expression oT ill-fe-iling. Though the defendant and the dead man had come to the saleon together, they went away separately. The defendant and a young man by the name of Robert Lcitch went away togetaer. The wit ness said they had not been gone Ions before the defendant returned to the saloon and told Henry Wills, an omce that he Had killed Cameron. He said Cameron was smoking a cigarette and he had shot at it fo-ur times. The wit ness, Wills and the defendant returnel to the place where the shooting hail taken place. On the way they met Leitch. who insisted on being searched. He said he had nothing to do with the killing. The cross-examination was devoted mostly to the showing that the witness was Interested, and he was asked about a statement he had made to the attor neys for the defense wh?n the matter was before the grand jury for the first time and which statement was at ve$ i ance with the story told on the stand. He denied that he had made the state ment. This tragedy occurred last fall. Th matter was before the next grand jury. The only eye-witness was Leitch, whn testified that the shootin? was in self- ZS3E3HSHWS3B1 Troii n Can Be Cured S3S 1 - ""v - 'mgmSfl fJ8iJ years old I suddenly seemed to lose my usual good. vitality, rather said I studied to but the dot toi thought different and SSSk preserilied tonics, whi: h I tork bv tha ''X to directions ivgular!- for two months. I found that I gradually improved. that all iuis left me, and I was my self once more. 1 .11. lie rl Mxclair, 22d St, Chicago HL" defense. Yhe grand jury dismissed tr.j. case, but referred it to the next jury, o THE MOCKING P.IP.D. An angel tuned thy silvtr tongue. And touched thy soul, and s-t tl.- v free. And now thou keepeft mortals yur.;. With all that breath?th melody. Of sea and mountain, sky and j l-ii. Of joy the joy, of jy the pain. My heart, though full of caros enow. That knowledge brings of right an I wrong. Forgets its iv.in. unbond. i:s 'ornv. And flits with thee from song t-i s- :i. O. let it ever follow th A part of Nature's nicWy. The song I hear this gold :.:,.ri. Has rung a thousand summers d'-s. Its careless joyousness unshnrn. Though flowers fade, and t-.-mi--.-H frown. The sweetest note thnt ir.rt.l s-ifc. Thrills but a moment on the strin.L;. A beam unloosed of heavenly rays. Unsullied by our baser night. A note escaped cf seraph lays. Thy heart has captured in their l!:;;!:t. With thee I see across the dim. And through the discord hear the hymn. O, happy bird. I envy thee. And all the mus-ic in thy soul: Go sing thy song from sea to st-a. And cheer the woild from p.l- t pole. With death in all thy sons is pi "I. Rut when I sint mine waxs s?d. IX S. MOFFAT. M.si Citv.