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STSTK.M 3U.X'OVATOIi, Dr. .T. AN. Morrows dc -cover.v.
I" I ml- n nifili:il ninrvol. H 1 absolutely dif
ferent lrem ."in- other preparation cn tlmt it embrace,
n new Die ilio.it ptinciplo, a commoti-fonso theory the
result ol ol' study ii ltd lc?cureli by tills noted
Plnd tho ili.-i uri'd spot, says tlto doctor, a euro ts
llicn rfiinpni 1 1 1 l easy, i'es, Imi linw can you surc--H
t) ml tin' disc, iwd spot? Tills human body of ours
is ton i ntnplcx to lie pcrlectly understood. Svinptonis
:i rr- iiiMi'.kHtik. balllins. hitler disappointment follows
iiimi' iiml .lain the effort In trace tho disease and give
ilief thrum.' Ii tie.itir.oiit of symptoms.
It is impossible to coniplel fly explain the new
puiieiple oinhinecil 111 SVSTHM IIKNOVATOI:, in t h 1 H
limited spiu'i. hui In brief. HVKTK.M KHNOVATOU
CONTAINS IX ITS KflH.MI'LA INCHKDIUNTs' THAT
ACT S HVI'JIIY VITAL ITXi'TIOX IX TIIR JSODV.
Swallow it rind ii soo.s IhroitKh your entire system,
touches every one of the great oriruns ot' Illo, silrnu
intlinr iiml i f'nul.it mpr tlii'ni. IT SKAItCJIKS Till-:
svstkm. it jii -st rixu run diskaskd spot hk-
-Al"Si: IT ACTS ON AI.I.. mill when II touches t ho
diseased spot Ii is powi't'l ul to euro. Tlmt oxplnins
the mystery ul lis .I'lion. no disease urn trot nwny
frmn it. Tlil i M'hiins why it is i urlng diseases by
hundreds i Is. lit lu lu in th.s citv when nil other medi
cine has failed bemuse tin' other nii'dlclno didn't
touch tin' spot.
Tho prieule- t di t ihut inn of lice medicine samples
n i '
'i-r took pi. i' lin i' men -rod when I lifiiisnnd.x
thousands "I' i k,ivo of SSTi;.M I'.KNOVATOK
-1 v i 1 1 aw.'i. Hiii.-n'i tins proir- the worth of
remedy'.' IiiukkisU reported a ronidtkuhlo -
1 1 1 1 e i
Ji"iii oil suunis ' .lino icpoit
ol vil.-oi and Mt.ility rc-totod.
( USeS 1C Kit I1K lO t Mr
cpiel-' tor more ol tlx
nwi ! o It.,
niedii Ine. mid
as to n here
'.iino lroin. nh.it it
MAliV STiiXKS KSTVTi:.
STAT! - l.liMiiNT. Diytrn t ot i Int
T'o lloiieii'lle the I'n Imto Coiut. for
(lie ninrlc t oi ' 'hlttenih n.
To the hens .ind all p rons lut c est. d in
tin- ct.ne oi AI-M'j Stone, lite uf I'l.t
iiii;lon, ill l.r.'ISi d.
WI'Pli'K. fippln li lion h.llh he'll Ifl'le
Ii II is court in winhic. t lie ailmin.s
Ii lor oi ... cvi.it,, o Jinn Slob' . hit" ol
1 i. r i i.i. ; t.. , 1 1 1 i , d pr.i ni lot In ) e
in I .iM'iorii i.i si II tn uhob i I i h
I'll i I iu ol - i in di 1 1 ci .1. lor
1 'ii p. nn '' ii. '! Ids .ind i I i:i l ui. or ad
nu tt iU"i. s'tiuia forth ihetiiu ihe
Amount if dehiv dm lroin s ild d i... I.
:Ii -'i.iii vol ,1'ii'iniistr.ttloa, the at.'oiint
' p iron.il isl.it" and the situation ot
lh. I'll c-1 lie
V hen npor llic said otirt n pointed
ii t -isni'l Ihe L'nd dav ol April.
I'n t it the 1'iohate Court rouins. In said
'J )!,-t ru I . lo hear and decide upun s.ud
fipiiltcatlcui and pititiou: .mi. I ci.!.i..l
IMhllc notice thereof l e kIvcii to nil pi r
koiis IntPtestcd therein, by ptibllnhinR- said
order, tot;etIirr with tho lime and place of
hoarlu?. three wtks hineesh e j . m tho
Hurlincton WteUlj I'ife ITchh, a ninrtpa
ier which eiri.ulaies in the in inhhnrliood
of thoe pnrKins Inleixittd In :inl estate,
Jill of which pi.blir.-itluns Fh.ill ho previous
to tho day asiKiicd for liearhitf.
Therefor. veil aic trierrtiv notified to ap.
pear hefori said c011ri. at the tune rend
place asslcni'd. then and there. In said
euurt io mike your objection'! to the
piii'din ol siuh Incuse it ou sei i.ii've
iil"'i eutl'-r my hand, at lb" I'roli.ite
c .i t roomv, this f.ih d.i , ol .Mo.li.
l.STA'i'i: Oh" MAI! Y 1, I'Al.MKi; OF
W'e, the imhirrltii rs. having bieti np.
Iiolnteil by the IlimciMhie the I'rnhite
'oi.rt for thn district of Chittenden, rom
niissliiners to recc.vc, exnmine and adjuit
Cia claims and d-niatuW of all n r.m
I'.'.-iuist ll-.e ivfiti r. .Mm,- 1. l.ibnir,
1 ifi ol Ch'iiioti' . in nd di' trii t..I I
I'ud also till chilmii and dinu'iauf ixlnnli 'd
In offrict thuieio; and six nmnthii from
the day of the d.ito hereof hehiR allowed
hy said court for that purpose, we dn
therefore horbv ulv.s noUce Unit we will
uttend to Him iHitjir o nur appointment
i i in" laie lesi.i'iire o: ipr o, , ( ,, t, m
lloll", in ul,) oi.-lrct. oi, the j croud
. '-ile.' of Ami mid loiirlh Tie -dav of
1 1 - . i. ' i, at J" 'iV loci, ,i. n, . 0'i i ai h ol
I'lt. I 1 1 1 1 ".' tb ',i' of .lanu.'.rv 1 3,1 1.
CCiilti.i: - I 'I! IN D, :,
V. I I.I.I M r.fi.MU i.MAX.
' I i 'onimis?ioiicrs.
Si'V. V. Or CATI I Hill XI! A. A'IKIXS,
V.V It LI Xi iTOX.
W,', the RuhHrrlb'-ni. hit vine t. en ap
pointed by the Honorable the I'rohaia
.onn for the.Dlsitiltt gf Clilttenden, Coin
mli'iilAlieni' to tecvftve,' exaiuiile ami adunt
thi! claima and. (JewiaudM of all persons
f'Sitinc: :the c.ilulo.of c.ilheiitie , Atklen.
la 10 ol"i'urlhieti'n, in v i'ui dlsirh l.di i cised,
Viid-JilKiViill claims 'and di'inands exhibited
r offiU'Clllu ictoj am: -A monlln from the
llav or lb" iln.t llcrcot bcliiK al.'owe l by
inl.1 ci till for'that pmpoMi. v.'c do Hi. ?.
torii .hereby kIvo npt ice, that , v.e will a'-
tuid to llio duties of our a cpolnl m nt at
onli,e o! - ,bier-
if. I in rui'tiiid",! n,
ml dlvll l i
.'ii.'inl I'ri.h.vs of April anil Si plcm
r. 'oMtil Ili-oVlji'li'ii. in., on u.icli of
Id dtu't). ,
tialinl this l.'ili dav of Mi ivli..'!iM.1
CDMnXfi C. MUWlSlt,
"S?wf:t. , 'llu'ls-loner.,
Nolk-e Is hereby hIvi n that by tli ttip of
.11 exi'Oiition .ill the ilhoM -entltled i an."!
toillte dlrci'leil. 1 will III lllltllllKlllU, l .
nurthe following described piemiscs al
thf dw'llinii lioiiti on the I'oiirth-ilay of
April, 1'0, at tin oilod; In the forenoon,
sll siiblect lo iiiiv inortK.me or eneuni
briilice held by the I liirlliiKton Hulldlnic
iltlil Loan, .issue lullou al publle unelloii
1o the tilKhest bldflci lo sallsly said cm -eulion
thn tnllowln'4 ilescrlbi!il lands and
letil eslale, to wil: Iteliu," all and I In
Milne lands nnil real estate conveyed to
said I'lder l..irohel by .Mm v A. Shaw
ufid I iiniiy IC. Shaw, i xeciitrln of tho
last, will and liKlameiil oi William i;
ith.iw, which comeyancc 1- dulv leioidi I
oUd'ilHi' l:l, Aolllllle.lJ of Ihe hind iccoldi
ot the ellv (d HiiilhiKlou, wlib the build
il'e.theleoli sllllllle; bdlly the I, I nuill
b-rvd"'t" as l-il. I ilouil on a plan o .o.
II." l W 'i SIllllV, lelollhd III . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
: iii .Ulli' U'i of Ih. huid HioiiN ol laid
' ' I'uilliip.l beliiH the pieuibcs on
. Ii i '.il si le id Archibald . lleel m c,,l
1 1 v "I' I tM ll Hit-1 nn colilliionb 1,1,111,. 11 ,-1
'limb r 'v aid U( peril hchii; ul i
l.ii d t" ml I'f l( r I..IIIH iii II
I i"d ii I'ui llu "ion i lb It i
.'Mill AD. f"
I I in n
ei v.)t. JHi'Ut Sin I iff
mlHimUMI H I'lll II lliildl illllll'llf HUM Hl'lih IB 'In' IIIh . 'liliil.JJAiJiJLiiU-JilimjJLlJLJlJ
- of wonderful
of stubborn dls-
notion. With hi.
was, who v. is the
In the line of ihionie and dilliciilt dlt-e.ises thnl ha e resisted
all oulinaiy 1 1 cm men I, may he i suited aMin fdllccs and hihoratorv
on Monihns. Wedm da ami Salurdas, Jtoiifs: ln-IL'. T-V
No such re, ord ol cures, lms ever been aeeoinnl Whcd in Xow Cae--
ln" heeu by Dr. Meriow. .Many special and original
of tii.itinent ueil divine; immediate ,rb.of.
rstat:: ui.' ,ifis.i:i'ii i.mt.rnt or
Wo, he subscrlhorf. imv.ns been up.
pointed by tho Ilousraino tiie 'rohat
Couit for the Disin, t of Chittenden, com
missioners to receive, examine and adjust
thu ciainis end demand?, o! all persons
iii.ii'isi I In id.it.. ol ,Io-..ph I..,uriiu.
I.il' "f I iiirlii'i't nn. m v., , iii-u-i, t. ,.
ceased, and aNo ad e'nnns and ucma::d
rxhibiicd in olf'-i't thireto and sir montli
from tho day of ihe date hereof leing al
lovsid bv said couit fur that pi:ros.
do thin-ion- hereby Rive notice that v.
v.-ill atlond to the duties ot our appoint
ive nl at I ic office of II , lip . Co
ii I'l.t-liiicton. in .-ild di.-lii. I, on lh.
i onil .lui'! ol .pnl and Si nt. mlu r
ncM. at In o'i o. v, ,i. m
on i .ii ii o .-.il l
1 ' 1 1 f 1 Has l.'t h dav
of Man b 1wl.
V. A I, I.K.N.
I. IX' I'D i.N.
V,'o. the cubscrlbeis, hivlnj: ben ap
pointed bv tho Honorable the I'rohat
Court for the ldstri, t of Chittenden
commissioner. to recuive, iiMimtmi anri
niljusl the claims and denmnda of all pr-
v .11- .lU'llllvt lb" I'd l, of ,l;nuc- I 'Clio.
hiii ill I cn hic'ton. in v.i.i ,i,w '
Defeased, eiil also all tinlnv and ill manili
"xhildtcd In onset thereto, and sis munthi
freni tho day of the dato heroot beln al.
lowed by e.tiJ Court for that purpose, i
do ;heti' ore heiehy Klve nolle- that we ulll
Httend to the flutha of our appointment nt
the .Iti'.'oi Hi.- Itui Inirloi, S.n itiui, hunk
in .ii. i dn-liiit. on Hi" 1mh d.iv or s.-i
iio" i . n. -v . . ii i" o cii'cu a . m .
this lltli dnv of .Match, p.oi.
ki:i:d w. vai;d,
,i. i:. i.AXiir.
RSTA'Ii: 111." CIIAIM.i 'T'lT CDAVAN (ii,
We, the Hiibseribcrs, haMiiK hen.'ap.
pointed by the llonorahlb the Trohata
Court for tho Distiict of Chittenden, mm.
mtsbior.er'. to iis'elve. t'Xam.ne un.l adjust
'.he claims ami demands of an persunn
lltt.illsl the I ,," ol Ch.illolle I ow.'ll
lab of S'u lbiirnc, hi - ml .listri, t. dc
ceased, anil also all .hums and di maudn
exhibited in oflset then to, and nix mumh
from the day of the date hereof beins al
lowed by --aid roiut for that purjiose, wo
tjo thereforo hereby kivo notlco that wo
in rtiieoo in irio mines oi our annnlnt.
it tl" I. ile n sldeii it II, c di c, -
I" Shelbiiine, in s,,l dlMrirt. on Hi.
TiKsdei.-. of April and Keptcmbi e,
il I" o'i lock a. ni , on cat h ol said
d this -Hi day ol .March. Ilnjl.
i:. il. hi risi;i,D.
,. , "- h. wiuticsidi;.
" ' 'omiulssloni i.i.
it.vi- or xoitms n mii.i.hh m.'
SlIHI.Itl UN I J.
We, the s'lhsctllien-,. iinvm teen ap.
Iiiinlcd by Iho llonurahle in. I 'I'lnbaie
l.'ouit fur th! District of Chlttendep, com
nilssloniTB lo receive, examine and ipllntt
the claims anil demands of all 'pirsonu
ai' iuiM the estate, of Ndrrls' n, ,i,.r
I..I" ,..' St-.f Ibi'i'iic. in said , distil. T
'h as'fl. and also all claims and denuiudi,
exhihil'd In offn't iheielo, add six niontha
fiiiln the day. of the date.hei fif bchb; al
lowed by said Court fi.ir that pin iiii e, io
ijoo th'ritnre herebi Ve notice thai we
Hill ulteivl.to the dunes ot our apiionil-
il a' the-lull" iii.ddeiit'e 'of ihi d. .
ih ill. . la I Slielhi.ini . ,iii.:snli; ilMriiit on
iic ursi .Monii iy.Siip A'ljrlli.indJSepii nib.
"'df. at'ioid'elovk a.'fi", Dii'tculi ol tal
o.i ' ..- '
1'ited this 7th da of March' 1!0 1 '
i:;iTATi; oi'iAxniow-.1. i'ritDi;i,i,
Vn, tie MilifliTlbi rs,. hayinp ..beert ap
pointed by Ihe llonorable Ihe I'robato
Court for tho District of Ch'lttoiilim,' com.
iniH"ioners to ie"ce i umluf add a l-ni-i
Hie claims and demands o all
P-i'son.! a)!ainsl I he estate of Anlhoiiv .1.
rule, j, j,i,. of Shi'lhill'lie, . liin sahl
disirlit. deceaseil, and also all elalniM
and demands ehlhlted In offset th.lreto;
mil 1 1 inoiiUis Horn the day of tho dalo
lieieol IkIiu: allowed by said court for
thai piirpu.-.i , wedo therefore hendiv tjlve
liolii c Dial we will attend to the duties of
our i imi ili.lmci'i al Ihe I. ile ittddcuee id
Ihe decia.e.l III Shelhlllne, III sahl .11
inl oil Hie lit. -I Salurd'iys ol April a yd
Si ,t f iub, i ncM it In o'i lock i in on
h o'' .ild la. e
Dab d this .'.lh dav of Man II. liMi,
U M.THlt I'M-iU'.fi.
II1VIXI! MM. HUT. i
". 'I 'onuiiDsioi ,''-j.
Ink and Mucilage
Jin; ritni'j muss awuh i.vviun,
T1IK BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1901,
This nondeifnl nieillcmc i the Kiolcf-.l ro
florer of vitality anil vigor, the gi cutest protnotnr of
Kuod feelings in existence, because wheiover In your
hody thcto s sluggishness, inacllMly. Irrogul.irilj ,
groat or little, it surely ilnds il and corrects it. It
i tires all chronle diseases, drives nil poison from your
Idood. reinforces yotir none stt eiiuth, puts the hody
In porfeot tunc henatise it nets on every part, and yon
soon realize tliat In this medicine a dlseovery h.i"
linen madu of the utmost value to tho slek, that It
approaehes as nenr to the elixir of life as anythln:;
wo may hope, to attain on this i-arlh.
Xow 1 r. .Merrow is so porfei'tiy f ill-'fled with
tvhal SVSTH.M llHNDV.XTt Ul will nii'oinpllbh that In
liphe.sltatlnKly offins 'It on the- "no cure, no pa '
basis. The nieilletne' flirty he obtained of all ilnm-KlMs-,
and Dt'. .Merrow anlhoilzes every drilKKi'.t to
lefnnil the purrhai-o' price of the Ilendvator where
anyone t! p,iven It a faithful trial, and is not per
fectly s.it'iKlb'd with results. Could anything moro
conclusively prove tho worth ol a medicine.
Soon utter tnkt'ne; SVSTKM UlIXOVATOi: It -. 1 J I
bo noted tlin't the utools. will become dark and olfcti
sive, which will eonljnue' for a time, when they will
gradually become norm'rjl. This shows thai thl kich
l-etncdy Is lit win k In every part of your system, i.
drKliie; out' the poison aeeiimu hit inn in our bodj Ihe
result of Jnnelhe or dli-cased oixans. 'fhls linnjedl.it"
effect, which should be Wrttehed for, shows how lalth
ful, ptonipt anil true Is the action of this .-plcndid
il Months' treatment of the IIRXOVATOH. SI
7a n.iys :,o.
.10 J)ays " ..!
To he obtained at all iIiiiskiiIs m l. m ill on ie-
eii't of price.
All ni.iil inquiiies will reeele prmnpt attinlion.
All nseis of SVS'J H.M l'.KXi iVATi lit, leidhiK IIk'v
ne, d .mI'Iii luiiii I adice may wilte ir. Merrjw 1'illy
ami fieely of iheir mploms.
Address, I II . .1. . n i:n it I) ,
U! Clinrch .""Irei't. Iliirllnloii, t.
i:st.'i v: or ai,hi:i:t c tc'iti.i; or
STATi: or IJli.MoNT, Di-ttiet of Chit
tcndeii. To i all pelsolis Colli i ipi'fl In tbr eslalr of
Albert i . 'futile I, He o Ihiilintoi . m
.ii.' ill -tl I' I, d asctl.
At a I'roh.il,- Court, holdcn at Ihirhii',
ti n, wlfhin ami lm the District of Chltte'n
I'en. on the m d.i.v ol .March. l:in
an InsiMim, nt pnrpiirtlni.' lo he ih,, j-.l
will ii rid i. 'si inn in of Aibi rl c "i'littl.
late III I till 1 1 Hill , ill mi i i. , ,1,.'.
.'i'M'il w.i i,ri - hi, it to tl ,,,, .r,
: : aid. f"- t ..I. iti -I
And it 's oiih'inl l.v said Court lh.it (he
.'lth .In ol M.iiih Phi nl Hi. I'rob.it,
I Court loom- in s.ud 1 iirlinu t be -is-yl'iiid
tor iii'niii'i! s.ud lnstrumciit , and
t"at not i a, r, oi n. uiveii to all
P t -mi- loicernid. bv publishi'ijr this or
I ih 1 Iht.'c ' It. sin. I'h civ in the Dim--
himton Weekli I "re, I'ress. .u in sp.incr
(null -lied it- v., id l'uilin't.in, piiMous to
the time aup.iinti il
Thercfoie. yon mc hereby notified to
appnii hi ion- sal, I court, m the time ami
place, .iloresal.l. un.l contcsl the probate
ill v.ibl will. It o hllM I illfe.
fiiM'ti under ni liiiud In I'm Unci on in
ud fbiiht. thi- Mb dav ot M.inh l"4
.MA!tci:i.:,r.s a. iunciiam.
M.-T VI M DI WII.I.IA.M II. .MAC( i.M unit
r w i.sTruiiD.
BTATK OF Vi:illlU.T, Di:rlct of Chit,
To all pel sous iimceired in the etal of
lib ilo II. M.o o'lih.r, latent esti.u,,
III '.lift dlstl let, d ,vi d,
At a Trohato Court, hnhUn at llurllnj.
ton, within anil for the District o, Chn.
ten leu. on tin r.th da ol Man h, I'ml
an In: ti tin.) nt purport 'tm to be tb.. 1,,-t
will aril tc-taiiient ot Wlllam II Macon.
I" r. lab' 'd Wi -tlord in -aid ili-Mriot. i. -"ea.O'd,
was pi.setited to 1 lie court .u'ore
bulu, tur piuhate.
And It M ordeifd bv said court that too
kii do "' Ai'i'll. l'i, I. at n. I'n, I ali
Court rotms In said HurlliiKtun, be as
signed fur proving raid insti ument , mid
Hint netiee thereof he Klven to all per
ons concetned, by puhdFhlliK this order
three w c ks urci"inelj in the Hurlinc
ton Weekly I'reo I'ress, a newspaper pub
llfhed at said HurluiBti-ei, provlouH io tlnj
Thereto! c, on nr' Voroby nntlflcil to niu
pmr t.efore said court, at the tlmo ntl
place aforesaid, and content th prob
of nihl will, if ion iave fuusc,
fiiven nnaei mv hand at HurlliiKton. In
san! di-trn I. this If.th dav of March
MAlK'l'MI.l'S A. HIXOHAM.
".Wjt. Jude. .
I'STATM Ul'' MVKOX I'.. iirr.Li.i nT.
The undcrsiKncd. uuvint; bin appoint d
by the lion, l'lobulc Coiut lor the Distru t
oi Crand Die. cotnmlsi.luiu rs lo ri ei h c
examine ami adjust ' all chums and de.
in- lids uf all intsons against Mn n I!
Ilurlhnrt. lute of ijia.'nl I I, u, h.n.i
dlstl let, deci asci. h"eb "ve uoti" Ihit
we will niict fur the purpose ol 'Nana -in;-
and n-llowlnw said i lainis ..I A' K
HoilKldn's. Claud Isle. V,., nn Salunli'.
July 'J. Horn !' o'lloil; a. in. nuill I o', lin k
p. in. of sahl div, ami that si monlln
lroin Ihe L' 1 1 1 1 day ol .lanuaiv. A. I) l'."l
is the lime limbed by uml ..mil lorsud
iiilltms lo presenl Iheir clems to ,.
lot rvaniinatlon mil allowance
I 'ati d m ilratid I.-Ic. this .1-11, d i ol
.lain, in, A, D . l!'il.
,, , -MAI D IC. lll'lil.HI !!T. V.m
IXplleu Jl h -1 I'n I,
SiH'UATJCS JilCVXf U.DS.
,v- I 'oniinl.'-.-ioni i -j.
,IO(i:C (.. Mi (iUIClidlt'S r.-'TTK.
S'lATMOJ1 I llt.MOXT,' I liid h ,,, ,i,,,,
. Ihli, ss. I'rebale I "oui I.
V.i'i it in ,Mi;.iiii:ni:ii ih. t at
s'ren Of tin I rohati- Couit holfh n at Norm
I let ii,. 'U ll bin aivl toi Mud 'listiicl, mi u,c
ll.ltl dav ol March, A. D., llhil
INtl'SIC.-'l,': linn Win. Ilayiies, .HiiIr".
U lll.lti: S, a ccrialn jnslrum. tit in
wrltlnu pniiortli'M to he tin., last win .,,i
K nt mi' ill oi Jul'ii Q. . Mcfiri "4or. lab of
.Mtiiit-'i.l, ,,, -,,l.l .II-...I... , ' .
........ ,.. '.ii.. ,o-ii n i, iicceji.' il.
huvlnii been this dav pro-tented i,, ,.,,
i''ourl,,il Hiobate, and dulj tiled hi Ihe
Helsler s ( M'h ,: Thercloie II Isordcnd
thai all peisonn liilues"d in Ihe estate of
o , ".'ir ooilllio IO appcat llelol'l
sanl eoiiri, ,( the iifili" or ,b. , ,,,i
Ic'l . In Alhurmi. In said dlstrlu on in.'.
'Ih dn . I April. A D.. hull b public Him,
ol Ihl.s order, tl ice weeks -lie c--i , ic
plot lolls I'lelelo, hi Inn Hill Hup i, ill Uc-k
l ri.' c ln ss, -i newspaper prnded a
Hiirhni'.loii. , to sbow i.iii,. M lus
lli may h i.. ,lu said m-ii nni'-ai in
w I Minn slim, id in I,.- prmc iiou,.
as the I. o-l. V'.,Md I.--I.IUII III ol' Ihe .1.1
' II I.I AM 1 1 u vs
:Vr.t.- .1 mlu-
'I'll 13 I'llUi; I'llUiS SStlt MTIIl.V,
Fronlt -De tOitt
Lob Angolos, Cnl., MHrrli 'M. In
those tlnios of worltlwltlo military nc
"tJvlty and wbrn soldierly iiinlltlt's urn
ovcrywlwre UIhciihkoiI this mtiuoii on
Oto Iilcnl Christina soldier la jipcullnrly
npproprliito. Tho preacbt'i' ohooscs nn
lilet toil. H TltnoUiy ..'!, "Enduro biird
news as a good' soldier of .Ipkiid I'hrlst."
What l.i war? "war Is li'oll," unco
bluntly said William V. Slicrtinin'. War
Is ,i rlv:r of blood Jlowlni; Into u river
of blood. War means sleknetifi nnd
dentil, widowhood and orphanhood,
mankind bodicti, devastated harvest
Holds: and pauperism. War is a mortal
Kntpple when nation tiayn to nation,
"My (iiarrel with yon cannot be f.ct
tied lmt by Ushtliif,', and now wo will
wo Trhieli of lis two ban the power to
crush the other," and then they put
their armies In the field commissioned
to kill one another. War lit a grave
trench dnpr with bayonets. It Is the
heavens (lolnjrlne; countless tear. It
Is man with clinched list and llumiiiR
eye man with nn artillery waj;on for
a rnrrlaKO and with the surgeon's op
erating table for a couch. Warl It U
the most brutal, the most fiendish. Ihe
most trrHie, the most blasting curse
of ihe iikcu. We have the right to hate
it with nn intense hatred and to pr.iy j
that tho I'rlhoe of I'eaee may give us
more antipathy to it and a more in
tense horror of the awful sulferlnt;
and death that it entails.
Wnr an International Cnrse.
Hut though war is an awful Interna
tional curse there have been occasions
when men have entered the army and
have gone to the batllelleltl from con
scientious motives. There have been
cases, as every student of history
knows, when it has become a sacred
duty for the redress of wrong or
for the defense of the home for the
patriotic citizen to take up arms.
Christ himself recognized the fact
when he said, "1 came not to send'
pence on the earth, but it .sword." So It
bus come Xii' pass that his followers
have nt times, with sore reluctance, j
nut uuiier a stern sense oi duty, en
gtised in war. I'lihappily, too, they
have been found in hostile camps, as
in our own civil wnr, when Rood Chris
thin men conscientiously followed this
Confederate ilag, as others eiiually
conscientious followed tin; I'nlon tlag.
A coiispicuprts 1llustr.il ion was that of
Iconidas. Ut.ll;. tin; bishop of Louisiana,
vltosc ptirc'CuriMiuu iharucter none
eonld deny, lie was so gentle and
hind in his private life that when one
of Iiis black slaves was dying lie was
just as tender lo hlui as if the black
man had been bis own flesh and blood.
On the night on which tho humble
slave closed his eyes in death the cood
bishop -said, "Tom, is there anything
else I can do for you 7" The answer
was: ''Yes, massa. If you will only
lie down by irn; on the bed end put
your unit around my nee':, and lei iin
put my arm around yonr neck, as wo
' usod to do when boys lying under the
ween walnut tn-es. 1 think tlmt 1 could
die more fii'sy." So the great southern
iniris-liT and leader lay down upon bis
slave'.-, cot and held his black servant
in Ills white arms until the white an
gel of death came down and look the
soul from beneath ihe black skin.
Surely such n man of (ind as ntsliop
Polk was not cruel or malevolent. Vet
at the busle blast of war ho donned
the soldier's uniform. As a lieutenant
general of ihe Confederate army Tit
was shot at I'lne Mountain. !a., .luiie
14, 18(11. lie was shol only a fov
hours after he hud confirmed into the
rplsoopnl church some of his brother
AVlien Cood Ulru May Fight,
It is firoper and right at certain tltneii
find season- for good men to go to
war, if tlie.t go with the right motive.
The qualities which go to make up a
good and a brave soldier are fho.so
which should charucterle a good
Christian. The courage and self sac
rifice 'ind devotion to a rightiKius cruise
which have been dls.pl.iyed In the Held
are needed in tins Chriistlnn's daily life.
Therefore. 1'iiul aptly and powerfully
uses tjie llifure of my text for a gospel
comparison. He is practically saying
to young Timothy: "I.ook upon your
Christ us a Brent lender and general,
P.nlist In his service. Implicitly obey
Ids orders. Charge In Christ's name
If tiie order Is given you to charge.
Ito pontine! duty and trudge weary
inarches If that Is your order. He
1 lendy to fight on battlefield, or starve
I in trench, or sull'er In hospital, as duty
may command." All young people are
delighted wlih a mllllary parade. Let
me in this sermon leeount for you how
n gospel uoldier should obey Christ's
What doe.i It mean to be a gospel
soldier? Flrat nnd foremost, to take
tint oath of enlistment. The difference
between au army and a mob, the dif
ference between a collection of men
overned by one brain, ruled by one
tolee. directed by one order, and a lot
'f men running hither and thither
like a flock of slice p. or frightened,
itampedlng cattle, doing its tliey will.
It the difference between the oath of
liliipent and no oath. Before n man
laktis the oath of enlistment he Is a
free man, After he takes the oath of
t nliHUnent o Is no longer au Independ
ent Individuality. Ho is a soldier,
subject to the soldier's orders, and Is
liable to be shot If he deserts or dls
ibeyn his superior ollicers. Tho oath
uf enlistment practically says: "I will,
If necessary, let others do, my thinking.
I will go where I am told to go, nnd do
tvlmt I am told to do." The oath of
"iiil8tuient ls more binding than, bandi
of nteel. I well remember the tlnu1
that I look Ihe oath of enlistment In
the l ulled States army, and the irans,
formation in my life which Immediate
l.v tool, iilnci- on account of that oath.
The Spanish-American war had broken
out. At thai lime I ens living in t 'til
cauo, and whs chaplain of one of the
largest ivgjiiu'iiis In Illinois. As simn
as wur.waH .'clhi'ed Ihe colonel tele
graphed Governor Tanner placing oui
whole regiment at the service of Hie
slide. Wlinf lo do 1 knew not My
required me to tuny; my duty to my
country cnlletl mo to go.
Thf Illvlnp (sinininnder.
Worried and fretted by theso con
Hiding dtitlen, I was harrowed by day
nnd could not sleep by night. Rut no
Hooner did t enter the exposition
grounds' at Springfield, 111., where wo
encamped, no sooner did the mustering
officer tell me to raise my right hand
over the open Hible nnil tako tho onth
of enlistment, than nil worry and
doubt, and trouble faded from my mind.
Why? One minute beforo I took that
oath of enlistment 1 wtm free to tlo
as I would. One minute after I took
that oath of enlistment I was tt United
States soldier, subject to thu orders of
the president of the United Stntes.
What Is true In reference to tho Eng
lish soldier or tho 1'rench soldier or the
American noldler Is true of the gospel
soldier. You cannot do-effect I ve serv
ice nit a soldier of Jesus Christ unless
you publicly give to bltu your oath, tif
enlistment. And when you once do
give thai oath then yon tiro no longer
your own mastor. Then you are In
exactly the same position toward. your
divine cominander, nn was Onptaln
Clark toward his earthly commander.
After he had brought tho Oregon on
her fainoui trip from tho I'aclflc ocean
around South Amerlca'it southernmost
cape, up past the coast of Ilrnztt, Cap
tain Clark immediately went into tho
first United States port ho could find
and telegraphed President McKinley,
"The Oregon 1ms arrived safe and is
awaiting orders." So when you be
come a Christian soldier or n Christian
sailor you must llrst take your oath
of enlistment and then always be
"waiting orders." In the public church
aisle and by the table of the holy com
munion you give open testimony of
your purpose to surrender your w III to
the divine will. You must say, "I am
ready, O Christ, to do what thou wilt
have nio to do, and go where thou
comma ndest mo to go."
The CioMliel Soldier.
What does It mean to be a gopel sol
dier? To be assigned to some distinct
part of some distinct command In ttm
great Christian army, following tho
standards of Jesus Christ. To have an
individual place reserved for you in
tin; gospel ranks, wbero you are to
light for the church militant, as eaclt
private American poldier during tho
civil war bad a place reserved for him
In Ihe ranks, whether he belonged to
tho cavalry or the artillery, tho In
fantry or the engineering corps. As a
military organization of a great aggre
gation of individuals, so the success
of the army depends upon tlmt mili
tary organization being divided and
HUbdhided and divided again by or
derly arrangement. The Individual,
the private soldier, must have his dis
tinct place Just as the general or the
colonel or the major or tlto captain has
Let us study for a moment the con
rtruction of an American army. Take,
for illustration, that which followed
Sherman to the sea. There wen; In
that host about one hundred thousand
men. These one hundred thousand
men wen; divided tirst into three parts,
each commanded by a major general,
tieueruls Pchotleld, Mel'herson and
Slocttm had respectively charge of tho
right wing, the center nnd the left
wing of that army. Then each wing
ninl center was again divided into
corps, under such leaders as Generals
Logan, Howard and Klrkpatriek. Then
these corps were again subdivided into
division-!, and these divisions again
Into brigades, and these brigades into
regiments, and these rcKiments into
companies, and each private soldier
was assigned to a distinct company,
tin- letter of which w.'ts marked on bis
bat and Hie number of tin- regiment
marked Uoii Hie lnpel of his coat.
Until American soldier always had
a distill' t place reserved for him in
the ranks where ho was supposed to
light. Sometimes in buttle an Amer
ican soldier might get separated from
his company. During the two days'
lighting before Santiago an American
lieutenant saw a colored trooper of the
Tenth cavalry lighting by the side of
bis while men. When the lieutenant
asked the black man why he was there
In- replied. "I have lost my command,
and so, sir, if yon will, I would like to
flL'lit in your company," Tho permis
sion was given. That night, when tho
colored soldhr was about to hunt up
his command, he asked the lieutenant
to give him a note to Ills captain to
proo tliat lie had been in battle and
not skulking In the rear. Tho next
day, when going over the field hunting
for his dead and wounded, this same
lieutenant found upon Hie bloody Held
the same colored trooper, mortally
wouuded. The colored soldier beckon
ed to tho lieutenant to lean over him.
Than the dying man whispered: "Take
that note and give it to the captain of
Ii troop. Tenth cavalry, Law-ton's dl
vision, and tell him that 1 tried to re
port to my company, but eonld not find
1 1 tin . Give him tliat paper an1 say
that Williams was not a coward." Ah,
yes, 'tis true! A United States soldier
always has an Individual plnce re
nervcd for him In the ranks where he
is oxpeetiil to be and expected to light.
A KoHprl IVarrlor'i Ilntr.
The United States soldier must bo
able to answer mil call In a certain
company, of a certain regiment, of a
certain brigade, of a certain division,
of a certain corps. So the gospel sol
dier must have a distinct place In
which he has his name upon the mils
ter roll of thn church militant. There
should 1k no "free lances" in the gos
pel army, no guerrilla bands. Guer
rilla ranks are filled up for the most
pari with Iconoclasts and anarchist
and culthroiits. Hut the gospel soldlei
must be a regularly enlisted man, de
tailed for work to some one nible
class, lo some one Sunday school, le
some one prayer meeting, to some one
church. A gospel soldier is a Chris
tian who obeys orders. How can you
obey Christ's orders unless you have
taken your Individual place In the gos
pel ranks of Christ's great army, called
The true gospel soldier always con
alders tin; posts of danger (he posts uf
honor, lie wants to hear the singing
of the shells, men though that mui'tlal
song may have lo bo accompanied by
his own ileulli rattle. Ilo wauls to be
as most of the soldi! rs were titter they
hud cnllsltd for Ihe Spaiiisli-Auicrlcaii
war. nh, how auloiis the otltccrs and
prliales alike lunged for the front'
They wanted io have a glorious part
In I lie liberal Ion of dowulroildeu Cuba
Some men had lo die for Hint libera
"4lu'u. ,'Uhjpit the hravevfollowsjif,ilthc
tllflereut rcnlnienLt, by telegram upon
teleitram. sent to tho governors and to
tho olllclalrt at Wash!nrH'ji, practically
Bald, "Wo are ready 1o gf to tho front
ayo, to fiiicrlllce our.JlN'oti, If need be,
in our country's service." So eager
were tltoso soldiers for dangerous serv
ice that when some of their colonels
received the telegrams!, .that switched
them from the tratiBports nt Tampa to
Jacksonville, Uln.. there were sorrow
and disappointment In many hearts.
l'oslit of IllOU-nlty,
Posts of danger antl dlnleulty are al
ways posts of honor In thn United
States army. And yet to hear some.
Chrliitlan soldiers' talk you would sup.
pose tlmt tho poata In Christ's army
where there are difficulties aro the
posts to bo avoided or deserted, liven
some of tho ordained ministers of
Jesus Christ feel thot way. "Oh."
says a visiting clergyman, "I am so
discouraged. Why, there has been
nothing but friction and trotible In my
church ever since I came to It. The
people have fought and misrepresented
every minister who ever occupied this
pulpit, and they have been llndlng
fault with and misrepresenting me. 1
am so dlscournged. I wish (Joel would
find mo another place." Well, my
brother, I confess you nro having a
hard time of It. I confess that some
churches have a bad record. I know
of one church that for forty years has
made Its chief fame In breaking down
Its different ministers. One pastor aft
er another has been destroyed In reg
ular order as he came to its parson
age. One minister was so tantalized
and attacked that under the persecu
tion of Its members he committed sui
cide. Hut, tell me, you who haYo been
having a hard time In that olnirch, tlo
you not think you are getting; along
there as well as any one else could 1
"Ob. yesi" you answer, "I know I am.
In spite ot three balking elders nnd
two obstinate, fault finding trustees,
wo arc taking In new members all tin"
time. Never in tho church's history
has It been doing bo much good."
Then, my iirother, Instead of complain
ing about your lot you should -bo con
grafuhited. (Jo ahead and do yottt
work. God has honored you above all
oticrs. H,. has put you In a difficult
position. Post of ilifCculty always post
Sunday school teacher, that is a
tough class of boys you have. You
came to me the other day with tears In
your eyes. Some people may think I
sin talking about an imavlntiry case,
but you know 1 am not. Those boys
nt times pester you so much that you
have half made up your mind to give
up Hie class. Do not do It. Those
boys may stick pins into each other
They may eotip to class with dirty
faces. They may seem to be ungrate
ful, r.ut remember, O Christian sol
dier. if you desert your post now and
leave those boys they will not obey the
voici' of another teacher. They will
not I'tiino to church at all. You must
be H those boys what Dr. T. J. Hot"
nardo is to the London newsboy, and
Charles N. Crltlenton is to the I-'lor-once
Crlttenlon missions, and what
Livingstone was lo Africa, and Carey
was to India. The gospel heroes of the
past have given up their all to win
their victories. They labored, they
slaved, they sacrificed themselves
among tl; outcasts. "Go thou and do
V C.-H'l to Itcaltir.
Hut then- is another great fact which
the good soldier of Jesns Christ should
realize The duties of the camp right
ly performed are sometimes Just as es
sential for Gvd's work as duties rightly
performed at the front. The work
which is done by the commissary and
tin; surgfsHi has sometimes a greatet
pari to play in winning martial victo
ries than tin- spectacular color sergeant
has iu leading the charge before tho
enemy's breastworks. What defeated
.Napoleon Uonaparto in his famous
Kusslim Invasion? Thu bayonets ot
the haughty czar? No. The conqueror
of Germany end Austria and Italy
could have brushed those guns aside as
be had done tn former campaigns. It
was tho haversack empty ot breatl
which made the ' Little Corsiean" run
like a frightened hare toward home.
It wns Moscow In Humes and his men
with nothing to eat tliat made the
1'rench cominander tremble beforo the
stony glance of death. And yet to
read some military blogruphers you
might suppose the pergonal worth of n
Grant, a Sherman, a Meade, a Han
cock, was tho cause of all the victories
achieved by the northern armies In th
civil war, anil the mental powers of n
Lee, a T-ongstreot, n Jackson, a Gor
don, a Johnson, wcro the cause of ail
the victories of the southern armies.
The unrecognized heroes of tho civil
war have not had their due. The gen
erals and the boys who fought nt thn
front hnne been honored r.s they de
served, but who has had a tribute of
praise to give to the self sacrillclug
men who made it possible for the
lighting soldiers to live and die nt the
front? I would sing tho praises of the
muleteers. I would sln$ the praises of
the army otllcers who bought tho shoes
and the stockings and the trousers and
tho coats and the hats and the blan
kets ami forwarded them ami tuner let
a dishonest dollar stick lo their lingers.
I would slug the praises of tin' ambu
lance corps, and of the soldiers who
acted as nurses. Did you ever stop to
think that in all the United States,
from the Atlantic to the TaeUle, there
h not one, not even ope, monument
erected to nn army sur.teoti? Many
memorial stones for McPhersou and
Sherman, a mngificent , remembrance
to Grant, but not one monument for
one surgeon, In all the United States
not one mouutuejit erected to a muster
ing olllcer who stayed at home to fill
up tho ranks. Not one, in till the
United States not one erected to the
faithful paymasters who carried
around the money so essential to the
support of the solijlers' children at
homo. Anil yet those sacrillclug deeds
of tiie heroes of the civil war made it
possible for their brothers In blue and
in gray lo stay al the front and light
on the picket line.
I nr-coKuteil lleror.
Christian soldiers, who are the stay
at homes'.' 1 hve recounted these
deeds of the uiirecogiita'd heroes of
war for a purpose. I wmit to encour
age you in your ordinary - duties; hf
life. II is not possible, for .tvery Chris
tian lo be a Chinese Gordon ot- a llitvn
lock or it O. O Howard oca Stounwall
Jackson. It Is not possible for all
Christian soldiers to stand In ihe con
pii:iioiiK,ilaciJ antl, win .thjpUudlts
' the t . ..i world. Hut remember
' lmt the humble private In Christ's
army -she wm as a mother living In
the home, us a sister working behind
the coupler. S a daughter teaching
Kchool to fiupporl an aged parent or to
give an ediieation to a young brothcr--is
In (toil's sight one of tin; essentials
for his great army. You are the power
behind the mnln line, making it possi
ble for other Christian soldiers to tight
In Ihe open. Paul Is saying to the fo.
dlei' lit Ihe rear as well as at the front,
to the Inconspicuous us well is the eotH
i:picuotls soldier alike, "Undurp hard
ness us) a good s.oldk-r of .lesun Christ "
And why should we all endure hard,
.ness as good soldiers of Jesus Christ?
For two p m'ioiis. nr , ,,.eauso It Is
IkwIMo for even iirnale as well as
Christian oli er to reion" Hie highest
of all solili'-rs' 'ew an.',- " bat Is thn
highest? i'a. the ven h. lest? o
have re.fl how the Did re Murllior
ough was buaoicd.' N.. . ply was ho
created a t'ol-o, but on a. unt of Iho
nieuhe'in victory paruni', t t voted
him tho magnifier tit ni.m -r if Wood
stock and h royal nnsin- , ,,lV(, ulu
C1, )', mid. We have real bow Arthur
Wollc.iley was raised to be D'ce if
Welllng'Oti on account 'if m- ory it
Waterloo. Lord Itoberis i tiij 'hi)
commander of Hie Hritish '-in ,,tnl
Viscount Kitchener were r.n.seil to
'peerage for their services rendr. 1 to
tho British crown. Utit all tl,e op-or
ings ami honors, these dignities n )
fame, given by a grateful n rp t)
faithful sons, will be as no'l i ' i n
pared to the greatest gift- wni t. i, g y
en tb a Chrl.Hian soldier. T'j t,'rt
which is the smile of approbate 'i ' na
a loving Divine Commander, ibo
"Well done:" which goes to the Cer!.
tian hero of tin; name of Adohl' " u
Judson. Tlto "Well do i "' nan h is
given to iho humlue semn girl anil
to the humble rlerl- nnd to the humble
nurse ami to tip- humble missionary
'I he Soldier's miitIHci',
Hut wh, main, should ne ail endure!
hardness an good soldiers of Jesus
Christ? Hecause in so doing wo nro
following his blessed example. Ho
who sp,u"! himself, Vjt suffered
freely for us, has (he right to e.tpect
fortitude from u--. From tton" if ns
does In ask such .nervice as he himself
rendered to us. When the army of
Alexander the Great was scaling a
noted mountain pns the strength of
the soldiers bet mm- c-hniMcd MnD'
threw Uii'ii'scl-, e-; upon the ground to
die. Th" nrral enmm: mU r ?ir thn
condillon. !!e f'.'.l u ,t rr, or up
braid. He i Icily tli-iuo'u ted iro-.u
his war dinger. He i! rc- id' bis
heavy cloak. He lifted a pi v u- so -dier's
pickax, then vloinu-iv went o
work dinging nway at tin l- II i
soldiers s.c.v him. T1hv ! n i - ' wn i
as tired as tin y. Tie n they Jihtpeil t i
their feet. Hv the powt r of , br ii
example they arose and wn" again
to work, and again won a new viciory,
Chrt-tlan soldiers, wherever wr r-o. wo
can tb.d cur Divine Leader ahead Our
backs may ache, but he is carrying
our burden of sin. Our feet may grow
llrcd, but from l is feet and Innds and
head anil In ..: t are liowl g streams o
blo'xl. In olden times a soldier was
said to have gathered an armful of
pointing apear.i and pressed them hit I
his own hre.i.t, Hi.it over las i ristratn
lioily ids comrades might l"id a breach
in the enemy's ranks and charge, to vic
tory. So over Christ'.- body we may
wi'i eternc.l I'd".'. Ami In re nil novf
upon He foundation stonos of a ( hrlsf?
miniMili-uin may we build the great
"while temple of a Christ. an soldier's
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California and is at big as Texas, Ala
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STATU OP YLUMONT. I'lMt t 1
The Honorable the I 'rob i' i
the District of I'hl't-itdcn
'l'o th" heir and dl p r-i' b
in the I'slulf of Jan. i M Mt
Ht'l llllKtOU, dl i e.oCd.
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Whereas, appllcall ti n ilb 1
tins i fiirt in writlt ... tb. .1
in ' i
irl of the estnle ot .1 inn - M Ml
luirllniliiti. deic.isid j rn h n t '
. nil authority to H the n i
real esljl. i ' -aid I- c . ,1 .
to s' lid f nul l . Ill il ,i v . Ill
la t '
In ei )
f t. i
if n h I
lo the liens mid ill i rnni- in'
M- n lb
ICi .1 '" 1 I t 11
r I i I
tho estate of said l. eased m 1 c )
whole of tin- r, i est it el - i i '
and i. 'in i-rt the s inic ilo uui
And hnnr.iiu; into emiri lie ci -rp. i ul
nppioliJdon in urilltiK. of all toe 'i i in
said estate icsIiIIiik In this Unite i ul
si ItlUK fl Hi the sltu.uii.n cf He Ual
Whereupon, the said .uurt . I point'- I
and aisimied Hie lirsl day of Apt 11,
KM. at the I 'i oh He Court rooms, In said
district, to hear and deenle i j.ni sail m
plication and petition, mid ordtre-1 pul ll.i
notice thereof to I" gii cn to ill in rs mi
hiH rested therein, nv publishing sdd r
der, loipther with the tunc .ind id c if
henrim., three weeks stlci ' ssivelj pi t i
Hill llni'.totl Weekly Free I'i-sm ,. iv ,i
Piper which cirenlaies In th m u i i
jit mil ol those pi-isiH'c Inli'i-i's a ,(
ci. Hi . all bli b n ' h alio'" H , .
precious, to tlte ili imii.i t.-i u i
'I" lil I elol'i III! 111 ell l l I IP I I
ill, .11' belill . said o.-l i. at I ti
pl'l 'C a- -llill' d tin II ,11 d 'O i
'Ul.l'l I- ei ik' Men' oi. 'i , . a , I
(tranln ol '.' h h toa u i e i
llivi i alii to o'i I ii I , Hi- l'i i
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