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ICopvrifcM, tv l . Tennvi.m Ntlv.l All lh m' last v it w ill be n mi m lurn!, Mrs. I1..1 U . : 1 1 i - 1 1 1 with pr t 1y "Chc.iy ili; " 1 ad foam. -!.!:. r at the Fn -.-idio. Ili i'.ii..i wa- i lace for a poi r seldii r" w i :Y. a nd 1 1. : w ; s HO lotmi r a l1 rati fitl l.a I .oi ;. - a j . ilde HUHO 1' i : ' me. It i .'in.!.? t ;.i im. w hi !.i r t i.a t n.i i:c a Id be I'i.i : !.i : tap i d, i . 1 1' tic t 1 t I !' ! ( r-i nda w tf the winter i'lr 1'V l.a ' font d dis illusion ii. a i.! e w a - 1 l.ai. i . .a r rUon, l'ii v dav and i t w '.i!i I i ''a ;T tint Us, i.a.: : i. i 1 ;- : n- rious w i iY t !.at sh- 1 'i:.'.' v. .ti.. :j; Lis knowl. or . -i l.I. a: d that he could i.ot tl.ii k of ::. ' i: g tl.-- p n.c of c i i. a tun n!,-'ft:n i :. 1 ", :. lit' count not account lor lur cumin. g- at ull. lie had left her with Kis own peo ple where at lea.-t she would he in coin fot t while he took tlie lb-Id. lie desired ! that she should return thithi r at once. She dctirinined to remain ai d gayly i tapp.d his cheek and hade him have ' m ft in. She could lianily lind quarters, and s-o sl.e did. The regu lar garrison of 1 1 . i'nsidio w .Ii a!'. Id. la.t t hi- lan. ill. of mot. i.f it i ! a ( i v -'. i ii i n ail d 1 1 i i . vv Lib the l."ti-e of tvvo r tl l ', "mi ietcly fiii i.i-hi'd so far a army fi:i i i-1 ii gs go, re thrie ir. h. i rv of the "'-t ii..'.f t. i :i.av( r. l'r ;n i-- it :.r t In- temporary i' m (,f M.-ac oM friends, Mr.-. 1'iai.h and h r j'f. tty eoi"j-:.i i.-n .-ia!d. !.ly oj..-: i i. I 'ou i ' ; n..r in o! r ot tt.i :!,-:;'. .'. 1 e:i.r. ai d all h r wit-!' r I In n.al.e i V..i i .., t l.i- . t i i : -. ; . 1 . i ! i 1 : i : ! . : .;. i. r, ii. i '.'.; . i. r ; daii ty t 'd . 'l l.e th adv at I t r f. et l. , - h. d 1 '.;!,. !.;. :. - ii'M d: . h r a - ;...''. ii.i i:i,,.t I'-'jadar i . -::!. t at the j laeh, hut I." e.- !, . .:..:.- ! 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S .mo f:ul? anl wither at an early lure.JJ SJ-it tlm hlisomof niaalaxHl, whiln .t herr ar frce.l to lra out li weary, fruit lee '"i.l-. Ii .1 . n.i .... ..n,.. t,,..t rin ii mu I .nt fi ml iw KolaeK or coin fort there. hull i ;.. .!n i.'..n:) Ti.. form t... ,tfii-i. th. unrkhliuti. tho ijlilnit. Jthe tra.lf aiul th i.rof.sioas. , C RESTORED TO MANHOOD BY DRS. K. A K. Wm.A walkeu. K Wm. A. WALKF.Il. MKS.C1I AS. l lihUY, t'HAS. ITT.IIY.' mm s t Vi FA EEFOCE THEAT1IIHT IMtB TUEATMI 5T Divorcol hnt nnitrl ligaia ( t L"H0 NAMES OR TESTIMONIALS USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT." ft Wm. A. Walker of l'th Str t nays:-"! hnvo pnffrrfvl4 nr.tol.l iuf.i,i,.H f1(r my Vny life." 1 wasinlicre twherdft yotmrf aul ignorant. As "Onocf tho IJyn" 1 contracts I hyiliili" nnd othor 1'rivatn lifeawH. 1 tifi t nicer in tin If moiitli nnl thnuit. Iinn jniiiH, I. air i-iriij-les oi fucf, tn'er nail.4 rriumriff, fnisi-ions, became thiri hqiIm itInleiit. Seven doctors treatl ni witti M'-rcury. I'otn-li. tc. I Iipv liehxMl me hut coull !nt cum m. i inallv nf riendimlnrl inntry Drs.KetiDedv VKenrnn n ieir Nnv Method I reatnient enrM m in a few weeks. Their treafment is wnderfni.I 1 huvo QL'Vt-r Leant cr their faihutf to cure in nuimu-g ?T-CURES GUAnANTEED OF? MONEY REFUNDED SYPHILIS EMISSIONS STRICTURE CURED M ' 1 juuiw .l k.iiliiiik ririj via; If Cnt't. flms. Ferry Bays: "I ctto my lifi to T)rs. K. t K. I At 1 1 I leariifi n lal habit Woakness At lit I had nil the f m ntouisl ari't Hpermatori haa, liniifMioim 1 ft K in D H fSFItV trt.it ,inti fur. I'ariisfifflr. Kmiiiont. Xemout DrhilHv. fZsttiiHiilC Weakness, Gleet, Stricture, Syphilis, Unnatural Discharges, SelAtustd m .1 Hetnlniil nfwere draining nnd weakfniriff my rirality. 1 marriel nt t24 unler ndviro if my family doctor, bnt it wan a tsnl exjwrienro In r-iKl'to n mouths we wrr livorcd. I! then roriHiilted frs. K. A. K., wlio rtorfd me to manhood I hfi r Srw Method 7 rnitmrhl. I felt a IifW 1 if t hril 1 1 hrf uh ilniT nerves. 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KENNEDY & KERGAN, detroitichJ! ir.tTrtrityr,rr-)nr;.ttr,Kr)Rr;.r-r,td 13. tne 1'risent, at nasi, mc naa me i men nt her heck and. t all. Morn, noon ' nnd i.ij-'l.t ho was tn the po, the morn ! inps hiin' plven over, as a rule, to a paliop oer the hri(y h i'hts w here i the brigade r ri iiuental drills were poir. ir on, t he a f t er noons to ealN, w here in it is m r more hlessed to pie than to reei ive and the eveniiii:? to hops ' at the assenilily room, or to t ntertain 1 n'' ha nut it'-'l.v entrrtaih'u.r tlie little t arm of olV.ei rs with oceaional angels of hi r own se. Hire to drep in and vjh i,d. an h"ur. l.rr' played and sal :s ai d. "made e ( s" a? the h" s. .Mrs. 1'ra I. k w a - w i : -' im- and :.' t i.ial and j - i i i in i y , aii. l.i n i a ri i -mi a t i t 1 r r ; I ea a. p. :.i ra ! !y 1 V m aii -j, .'. a j' worn at d . .. h.:." 1'om - at 1 !., h. -! c r a m a : . iM i ; r a ; pt i '. fid w. -,;;., ;', r p. r I I. . f 1 :m h. !' re the ' fillS l.i in 'ate jai had. ir:r. in mm ; n. ak . .Idc A "Arr.sfr. ill ).:, k t:.tac t!u:,r, sal'j. soil hll.'J. mi:, to the i i d that naa re t I.a u one v. : idn w.i- heard to say that there d !' .-:i.e sense in n arrvirpr, L' ' , if a fi '.low ( oidi! j ii k up a wife Mis. h:ai k. Ail the same the p- ?t lean.' d that Ihe supp s. ely hh.-t di e;.m p hi' ak fasted, so! ii v on w hat odd, foiaue for himself hi fore h- m i 'in '. ( d .and rode t . r t o his h .p.l' da .s laher at ( amp Men it t. .n.,tln r 1 hint: ua- s i i d.ily appan nt. the entente e r diale 1" ' w i i a la r r;i:di;u.t s e! f and. the i-i im s w a, a i an ( t.f.. ir it.r.eeo it erer -isted. M.e, to he sure. as siir.s hir.e ea i . W'Ol (it ( an. he th. v a r an main: l.ane W ( i .!."' I. d a : (i to latet at (1 the f;iee t r. w hde Mi. i it i.e ni atral- H! i it 0" I VJ i its If wh eamp. '1 of .v fat I.a w ia ni e ity. Tl ty am re 1 i i . p 1 1' i t: ij- in Tri.-en, stiil hc-j'i l'udy, w re the I'i'ime-. 'ihe de teeties u duty at the' lar.dii. stai the eMi.inir Stewart's li niment m hark(d, swore that no one ar.su i rir.Lr the di script ion of itl.ir ff the two yor.r- man had slippid ahuard. 'J'host in the employ of the ;id old man were persistent in the stati ment that they had clews wire mi the seent, etc. lie w as a shot j w urt h the shearir.r, and so, hile Mr. I'rimi: spent many hours in consultation with certain cf these so called sh ut h-hounds, the your.tf ladies took their daily dri e through t he park, generally jiiekin up the fiuilir. Scliuyk r somew h( re alonr t he w ay, and rarely omitting a call, with creature comforts in the way of baskets of fruit, upon the happy Hilly, whose limits were i.o lonper restrictid to his tent, as during1 the lirst weik of his arrest, but whose court was ordered to f-1 1 in judgment on him the first of the coin ing' week. Already it began to be whis pered that Armstrong had a mine to spring in be half of the dt finse, but he was so reserved that no one, even Gor don, sought to question. "Armstrong' is a trump!" taid Hilly to Miss Lawrence, one fair morning. "He'll knock those charges frilly though I dare say I could have wormed through all right; only, you see, 1 couldn't pet out to find people to give evidence for me." "Do 0U see him ofti n ?"' she asked, ton.ewhat vaguely. "Armstrong!" exclaimed Hilly, in open-eyid amaze. "Why, he's here with mo every day." "Hut nei t," thought Miss Lawrence, "in the morning when we are." The cei.tful Monday was duly ush ered in. but not the court. That ease l.eer came to trial. Like the crack of a whip an order snapped in by wire on the 'Ihursday re ions thn e reg iments, the ttci.th ngulars and the 'Trimcal Dud.es." Armstrong's splen did regiment among them to prepare for sia Miyatre forthwith. More than that, (ien. Dravton and stall' wire di rected to proceed to Manila at once. Two-thirds of the members, of the court wire from these regiments. A new de tail wfiuld be necessary. The general .cnt for Armstrong. "Can't we try that case hire and tow',1" he asked. "Cirtainly," said Armstrong, "if you'll send for Canker that he may be satisfied." And Canker came anil listened. It was ad.mittid. that (iray had lad a long talk with the prisoner, took him his overcoat, newspapers, etc., but, in extenuation, they were menibi rs of the Fame college society nnd their social standing was, outside the army, on the frame plane, (iray descned reprimand and caution nothing; more. As to the carriage, he had nothing to do with the tine that drme to camp that night. A man in the uniform of a commissary perge ant giing the name of Hpley (how Canker winced) Lad ordered it at the stable ncd taught the driver "Killar ney." (iray had 'phoned for a carriage for himself, hoping to pet the officer of the day's rmission to be absent two n it i story in person to the r:il, who was tuning wttn tn de partment commander. He necr pot the permission, nntl the carriage went to the wrong camp. Lieut. W. F. Gray was released from arrest nnd returned to duty. "I shall never be able to thank you enough," said he, sentimentally, toMiss Lawrence, at the Palace that evening. They were strolling tip and down the corridor, waiting, as was Schuyler, for Mildred to cpme down for the theater. Graj's curlyf head was inclined toward the dark loci of hit fair partner. His eyes were lastened fn her lamtiy nusn ing face. They made a very pretty pic ture, said people whe looked on know ingly, and fro thought the ollicer in the uniform of a colonel of infantry, who, while tailing calmly to Mr. J'lime full .'; l ard.s away, watcht d them w ith e i s that were full of sadness. How could he see at that distance that h r e i s, clear and radiant, were seldom uj lilted to the ardent gae of hi r seoi t, and were at the moment looking straight at him? How could he hear at that di.--tanee the prompt r ponse, gi n with an inclination of the boui.y hi ad to indicate her meaning? "Thfrt's wh re jour thanl s are due, Mr. Gray." (.mite a natht ring of aimy fdhs v.a at the I'alaee that night. Si many wives er s I et hca 1 1 s i re i" . lis home, so nainy solditrs abroad, aid Mrs. j l'ra! k (iarrisoi., p-ay and gi:ieii.us,j passt u 1 hem lime and ar-ain. I : 1 1 . 1 1 l- . d!i tl:e arm of ("apt. Mehn :i!d. a l.i vv dev. :e, vhi!e oor ( h rry, with .n. j ct.ii'i.oia d ain from the J'lis'ei". lan.!"ds! i d in a dim. s e'adt d i-ei j i r. j M,i- 1 rid. In i ii r ealled by j -i ri r.tal an- i tl.ority ami was to start f"i- I. nvrl u nd.t r : ma t la "i". ly vv i u i' on t , n. . r i . Mrs. Frai-.k had 1 n bidd. n, at d -p( et, d. to im. at the ;.!!. lime, but that authority wa mi reiy narital. I'p to 1 his time l.i t one a r my v i fe had I n ' i. pirm'.itid t" nee( mpany Itrhn-land in any of the transports to Manihi. tl. M'"!. one l.iri.ir.e managid to g t cnrrii d away and to share h r li'ge lonl'i stall room ns far i.s Hor.r.Iulu. The g' n ral and his Ma'l. wit!: a big r I'iment of volunti rs. w t re- to sail on. tie m ,r rt vv, t he ot hi r ri rin.i n t - : - fas.t as trnnsjioi ts could be conh-d ai d made n ndy. Humi thing in Mrs. Garii.-on's griy, triumphant. m;ini.tr p.rompied a soie hrarted wfman, sulYiiing Li : si If at the coming part in:.', to turn ar.d sriy: 'Well, Mrs. Garrison, I suppose- that after jour husband sail.- voii'il Lave to follow the rest of us int u gra -.--vv idi.vv hood." One thing that made winnn Late Margan t darrison was that she ' could l.evir be tahi n down," and the i -vi r came cuttingly, as it was mi ant ogo, even though a merry Ling It went w ith it. "Not I! When the.-hip I want i- ,-iady, I go vv it h it ! " Hut as she turned triumphantly away, Ihe color suddenly left l. r check and there wa an iu-t;int's falter. As though he had heard her words. Stan ley Arm-trong too had suddenly turned and fctoo.l looking' stt rnl v into her eyes. ''7 opportunity? A matter of some Im portance had come up in the general's lirst letter from Honolulu, one on which Armstrongs opinion was tie-i sired; and the colonel, hoping for tid ings if a chance to move even that far to the front, made immediate oppor tunity and took the fast car for the J'hclan building. The adjutant gej.cr- ni looked up from a litt red d ; k ns f Armst rong' entered. j . . j "It i- good of you to eon," mi pi" rapt- j . -o''V. ly," said he. "I'm in a stew, to t !! the ' .VV truth, aid I want our ndvic. ." 'I hen ('"Vd -' 1 he tapp. d his b. II. "Cm ie to a. - f - '--'y" 1.111' W hit comes for the I et 1l t, 1' ii.- , ' tit .-, s a .d he to t :.' n i 1 1 ni . a 1. 1 w i.o t uti n !, "I have bu-ii.i-- vsi'Ji Co!, i" Anm troi.g." ' , No s ' !! ' r dii! the id . r!y a r ' h 1 l.i.n l" th" ma n of th" e ' -k v 1 i i !' o I'd ! or- ' . thf u'an of ll e 'add!". " i a an : '." ! salt! I e. "o.ii i't f. i.ded i I a v :. : d i : . . him i: i no ; t. What d- la- Can!.. : against him V" "Nothii -s lhat I h'.ew of v. ! V" T.eoau- .. . :;.,t him '. :.i ; . - r ' r at lion. lulu, ami the . Id. f i- v. i k d u p om r m u t hi ". I.'" k hi 1 1 i '. i i u . su-p'.si - did v mi e r I - :i i- .. ! " . t i r- tain ! tt i that wer-- :''' n !'i m G. I av ton.'.- lent "I h- ' .rd v - -. Why?" Ai d 11 ' !..-.. of oi. :. p li.t : nt w I i' h hr-o' rip- . ai t in the gia.ve face of th- o ha . I gave i way to one of ah ft i : . t . -1 . "'.Inst r- ad. that." -aid the s'aT of- VgU -.'i2XlJ3 l.e ' v - . 4 ITS, ;.m i- i ai::.;:. lie -:.-.-' .n v i.-h. 'ii: - i ;: i. ,i.v; M.liTll. No. l-l::i . tll. N'. i S ; ., r;1 feial, l.oldii g' f. it Ii ;i ti. r. "P.. . ir- ' H. MKN'MIT, there nt 'I.:.t. r! " Oea.I'a-t Ac. n And A rm-trov.g r .;.!, his f r. head "'' '' '' n:"''- sh.vvlv i' roovir.!' into sornethir.g' vrrv ' like a fr-.w1:. Tt)I.KI.-. s.m.IVaw .. MC-KlacN !.- . S'ldTi! No. - -'. : 'i. ti' . N. 4 - ::. r . n II. .1. '.' I i I i I i ;.. g. V A . i . a r. .' iri. - c. ; .n " i: :; CTLMTF.i: XIII. Still another expedition was destined to start for Manila, and keen was the rivalry among' the regiments In Id ic daily drill at S..n Francisco, 'i he rumor was t urn nt in the camps that the next review was to dicide the matttr, and that the commands pronounced to l.e foremost in discipline and ellich ncy would be designated to embark. The transports that had conveyed the ear lier expeditions to the Philippines be gan to reappear in the bay, and coaling and refitting were hurried to the ut most. The man most eager to get away was Stanley Armstrong; and if merit were to decide the matter it was cone ceded among the volunteers that in point of style and eeiuipment the "Primeval Dudes" "held over" all com petitors, even though every competitor believed itself more than a match for the Dudes if actual campaigning and lighting were in contemplation. Sen ators and members from the states represented by the volunteers at Sai: Francisco led burdensome lives, for of ncers and men were .pulling ev cry vv Ire to secure the longed-for orders for an immediate voyage to Manila, when, all on a sudden, the hopes of all wen crushed. Spain had b. gtrcd for peace. "No more men can be sent to Manila," said the odicials consulted, and Camj M.-rritt put on mourning' forthvv it h. Hut Armstrong had b en studying the situation and w a not easily daunt ed. Tie was a man whose opinion car ried wiight. and from the very lirst. he had maintained that while l."," "J or g'a. liiii) might be iwn eno"gh t.. hold Ma I.iki, I i.o id might not be elioug'h to sub line at once ihe forces of Ag uinaldo in case they should turn upon the Ameri cans, which, said he, placidly, they will most certainly do before we are a year older. The Dudes, therefore, much to their disgust, were kept steadily at work. Other reerinu nts. profiting by example, follow.-d suit; but in others still, a small proportion of their no-mln rship. believing, as they said, that the "jir was up," took to lavvhss and unhal lowed expression of their disgu-t and biVame thereby a nui-anee to the neighborhood. San Franciscans, win; had wept mpioiisly vv hen others sailed away, would have seen these patiiot--sent into exile without shedding a tear. "Hvcry man of this command will yet be needed and vet be sent," said Armstrong-. So, too, did the veteran division commander, and the brigade took heart aci ordingly. The hist of the regulars, with the recruit detachments for regiments already in the Philip pines, h;i been shipped to Honolulu, there to await orders, and September seemed destined to go by without a change for the better in the prospects of the men still left in camp about the reservation. The Primes, conv inccd at last that t lie boy they sought was not to be found in California, had pone to Santa Aiitn visiting their kindred, the Lawrences; nnd Armstrong, buckling down to hard and constant work, was striving to persuade himself that he did not care that the mornings no long er brought with them the carriage nnd the fair face of that gentle girl; the de partment commander himself had gono to take a look at his new responsibil ities in. Hawaii; little Mrs. Garrison still held court, though with dimin ished retinue, at 'he Presidio, when one day, just as October was ushered in, there came a message from the adju tant general in 'town. Would Arm atrnnir droD in lU ftif office at tht first "Lat r. 1 may have to n :i aln hen !. a-..- .Uhl- v. L a-' . y ! r o. :.- . several dav.-. Canl.. r. with the :1' !r ,"r v!:i'"' "' 1 :;: ' 1 "' tit i.th. went aheai. bt !. n 1 evs e tPe j, w. I ou. van atn ..-.).: t: protocol could t-tup him: but 1 i haves, : i u' M i,-. r, u-nti . i n-.ii; of J., if , , .. i . . 1 I- To.t II. A M I. . . Lire a numlnr o! ica -I.iei.t. t.i..v. I:i N j.-. t ., .., ,. i.a. charged with using 11 n ati nii.gr ai d in- : l" 'r- . M; h. nibordinate hii gu.ige to his command- - 1 rr ufZliuf u": Grand Trunk R-y System. say he j.- too ill to be ;i.-t orbed, and 1 is IlA-TlM d'S ! side of the sti.rv i. hard to git at, a- " , . l '.i. . J . . s . a the I" y i- too lli.-hty to talk sin.-' From Cat k.-r's own i.dn.i.-.-ion I i- arm d ;',;', 'i" " thiit 1' ,-n.ii-id Gray of 1 avii g hi.ow i- ..!, tr sprii edge of ihe wh. reabout-' of that j-afktt , .,(.,.t of let 1 1 is stohi. from G.n. luavtoi.'? sh-ridm'.' . ter.t. a.al the v our g-t r's n tdy was ' 'arson City. furious. Canh' r had to place him in ; Ad. . arr.st am! i n !'. r d ..rg, -. Wh-: j.. t . . . . , , 1 . , . , . 1 Iuran. I iidai. if he w i re s are ot hi - g roam! m iH-troit mak i i g so si rious- an ae.-u-at ion, he de- ; " chired. e hr.d pr. of i-ilive, at 1 . i .-1 he would hav the in.-tiii.t th. y r id M.U.ilii, and his ii.ii i. la :. v. a - to tahi the bo v along- with him to be ti no then: ; buriml ... iwii-ii J t by coiirt-martiii,. while io r:.i....inL' ,-li..y outsid. rs,' as he si. Id. could l av 1,11 HT-.-li I ity. . .. , , . i . i ' ' h. r:lan witne-s.-. It was. p. am that he com , rt-i-ii -i 1 1- fridered him-i If out of m v j u ri-d id ion : , . . . . . ' '. ,,. .,. eii ir Springs ar..I tli at he r nt. .; my stad "Ihet r s .)itrta ' qui st i.-r.s. Hut Dr. Morrow hail ap- ' Musk. jrn pealed to me in hi half of (iray. baic I.v 1 1 .' " i : n l : Ar , i' n lls'i i;i i' Mi ) trojt . . Lv -ii ; a in. : -. ir. ' " i: la Ar .; ; g i "i r. , 4 ! (.:. ' 44; 1; l' :. '.'.i -i 40 . '. 1 : Ar; ; i" ; pt Sunday. Nowhere saw the mlitress of the house. J that if compelled to continue a pris- onrr mm.iiii in.il transport tir.CiT v nn- ki r's tyrannical rule (iray might be j poadid into insanity. He was in aj condition bordering on brain fever when Morrow came to see me, and in! another day was raving'. That settled it. I ordered him taktnoll'and placed; in hospital here, and Canker Lad to go without him. Hut I wish you would' sie Armstrong- and ti ll him about (iray, : so that 1 may know the w hole sit nation 1 as soon as 1 return. Ca r.kt r t v ider.tly . intendid. rot to let us know his proofs, i He probably belitvis that he will find' a more credulous and eomplai-ant lis-i tener in Drayton; but his insinuations. ; jiointid to (iray as at hast an abettor! in the theft, and he wtnt so far as to I say that if A rnist ror.g- could be brought before the court some v rv intt r" st ing testimony muld b drag'ged from him, and. dually, that both Armstrong' and! Mrs. wi ll, the wife of a stall ollicer who is already well on the way to Ma-, nila might be compelled to tt -tify. I; carrot bring mvsilf to n peat morel that l.e said; but he was- in ugly and al- ! most iletiiint mood, and I Lad 1 give him j a dressing- dow n. You may s;iy to Arm- i strong- for me tLat I do 1 ot la lit v e one j word of Canki r's calumny at his ex- pet.se or that of the lady in the case.; Hut he di elan d hi intention of lay-j ing the whole mattir b. fore Gen. Drayton immediately en Lis arrival. I and it is b--,t that Ar.ast rong should j be I'fepari.T. As f.,r the lady. Canker said she and Armst ror.g vvi re vt ry close ' friends whin they wire at Fort Stan- ; hope ten vtars ago. though they no longer meet ns such. "And that brings me to another mat ter. I declined positively to allow two or three ladies, wives of officers, to go on to Manila with Canker's command ; and they said that as I had promised Mrs. Garrison a passage I had no right to refuse them. 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