The San Saba News. (San Saba, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 39, Ed. 1, Friday, July 15, 1887 Page: 3 of 4

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Subject American Seamen
Text uIkhtid alto th sJnnj Jatne
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If thai rxclanubon was Appropriate about
160 rear a 0 when It was wTittra cmicirrn
iitt that crude fejung smacbi tbat aailt i Lake
UaI3m > much more appropnat3 iu an
as hiditaiUadcbeJ fniratlw tlrr doctj
f W parp ec of i a Un Aruoila of tbe
UbIoh line tbe Utr U lUchmowi of tbe
Icsian lin < the syi of the National
Line tbe rmaiuc of tba White Star line
Urn dreaatia cf the Anchor tUnV the
Ktruria of tbe Cunard Line and the Great
Ea tern with hnH wi bondrwl and ri hty
f rt kaie ivt a failure tor it htfpal lay the
Allaetie cable and that was enough glory
for one upi existence and in an
Z which for porpot of war
ham Uancbtjtl tbe ncr wtJoop his
Ujp Idabij the Stv andiah the Ogsirp And
mr ireodadtf ULe the Kalamazoo the RbO
BMkeinJtte pooVrliirF and th < x whuil
hareatnedlir been Uttied hi the deep hire tbn
Xoniltr the Huusatoaw the 1 wharfVfil and
ti Trcumaeh the 2tnptwt2 erpr tance sound
Mfa TotJry orer their watery stTWlchn
a l the cnarred eterans of war hhtpinnj that
j have ffwimg int > the naval yards to Fpeod
I Hihb T Ut days thir dI j now all ttleat of
sdtat U tttwf m aal m iW wk > tKo > itfc Uut trod Uwnl llfcir W11 I
mbmt of the hands that dans to ibein Ibar
Hffthoh Mlent of the brazen throat
tfcat ace thundemi out of thetn If
m the fin evntory when war
i < wwj < t were d wient on the oars that pad
4ioi at tbe ude of thtan for propulsion my
trtt wa mKwu e with how much more
emjhaxi mud nvtaninf and orerwhcluuns
rnaniarwe w can cry out at we see tbe
Xeamase Uyacrtx the Unr ofthe Alabama
and tink rt iU rfiin foreign naiions they had
htler ktp their hands dff cur Amerkan
laiiti or w see the ram lbtrmarle of the
OM < witrat running out and in the itmn
nUand tip an < S downthe mast throwing
etc j thins into eonfmna a no other crait
r d4 punned by the Miamithe Cerwth6
tbe haflweaaj the Mattal wtt the
nhudteadthe Commodore Ilullj the Louis
iana the alinuAuU and other armed res ls
afl Uyun in Tain to catch her untd Captain
Corfiwj twentyone yean of age and his
1 M 3 wettttrrrat raa up InnweJX and only one other
v w pw da X th fiasklup Jiartford
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foojht on tie land ii our axl con
t t latf nut oaefa has been fiti of tbow
o ou dap a deck daral and moVwI aU
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k < ax ia tlru erroon So Te admirals
< a > rfm caj aia pdou Knnm boat
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toata and anamenof aQ name to tine
un faiianee might a < weU ret under
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tasalAjMMkalM mmXmi rS Lf r aMa a iu lthnvai utKn
aa aaiaa jmai aadai fauaomt aad miu a J here and there an
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a uii j jj thaatbawiisSeiioaitnf Cumja ant l dei
rTLff T Uoa the TeaoW IVaibrrlSd
MiOTrini aa < t w treat nrerp roenn
eaaxtoRia MethoauBd more mil wire
fc W iatn > > d Xo wonder the
wwrfe ordwd worJJ lont uito
SOdawi1 a hui tw at the minz
hM But th work was done dM
t mmim ahaaat EnrfaU done Ihoronrhlv and
1 1 II aawaaaa b m aKb a qexd and eonainunale klall
WmmmWm mf aa4 S V > writ > anb > nar 4aiaraU If all they did should
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a tsw4U e erlB9wwhat onr national pror
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ra 1 H fl br mbmi IaI faa that the nwn Ue
narTraatta talri aVm Tbey hadiv < ny
Arr fa Ma aa m nry la aunUnd with hat
rfj U to 4to tfcrirm Kot hlce otiter
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m1mm hnmtta ww A a WNaersMatb I m throw an the f ians oi1
r im 11 Mrandadjairal and accident
might
fMt on tiw land rmdy for an
b st at lite U4ra of the at aa
Saw Umm4o Uew tu the Teeumaefa in
Villi hmftMixwiyakmboaTdfrzAii
at the BMry rf th Attantu and
wliksihaveno mry Sorb
wncJUd tbe r > panidi
Aflsa 4a tawM aary day swaup uim the
mm l wa Us 4 t > seiarwu So ltMta t 4und t e earthworks
t w4S asiswM rttsvftiry spurs at tbe sound of
Me Tte
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ry JI r ax ar aB lMiit tnmlard
IJ rtli lalha leMiblv rabraJaml
taesr a < 4 > m < > of MTaaaaj iirtafcraw dead are the Ud of most of
i ii ill mi Im Ian fi I wo Ml on tbe land lint where tl
a IV eaawTiaaa tlie aer T J to > ar e i will
5 kn w aail the u area op iti dead
U < a aa > aaa > > M J urh ThJbta la tiiat wifla loVinsann
il afi aalfciai < > > wglia the want oarrr ah men 1 teS on the land
aaalwar kat atfjtlMiajh aucaaaaaaiif a < harv laws wu auleam hturgT
aw mvmm mttUtmi < m liad > of S t Ij
I MaeW frwm the rathow into
i fa xk t tL
tmmy r B oaaa uf < ke aw Tfc
w wi alloa taard under
mm fkat aHaw itaaiw tMri ah at > af a mwhnu there remained tbe
liaiiwi tmt Tttm tilirtaad U ahafeaiitiie endleat fa ang
a ihr ea waaeh eanaof mi llowwiU ou
J w a rpa arfiaBatiar l < tajnraUc i
XM isasf ArmHtUlt K F tm anfauimfa tronnt diall
Mr
aai a r knetr bnd A few of them have
wouth Aaaerw U putand wu > uaral mebtn of
I m hxtiraall land aa too wiB garland the and
ga > a im wwwSaa oowert ttaaa lait who will put-
t ai ej aa the faU > o erew < < the
aa k4aa HTedtMdand ha en andthe
JWsH sliniiiMsi sliimliiii
remits and tbe ICinld Strtt
MsnaUaBU in front Lurata threaten
IXieKaabiwe torfrdoe threaleninfrom
reaewth and Be aoww writh ila rejmtation of
mi rhiaiianil yttj for dktnwrork Ijnns all
oaaaud win r ht ui sarins rtreimivt
aaMeMiouiifa efor tbenavj
teataiaatureajBeead heaatifid to tee a
V ° ift < < bw < iah tha arrow >
aaSemrWSejr
AMU ea the ccaa wave
A feaa the mXmz deefC
t s4 s r oefjiSy4iiJp > i toficuting ps
fsW4tisaa imwiagitlaletj dean and the enns
Mqwsfwfjrearing a parting smhit But
femr tkHMrUji a jgM wt cs lhat shjpas it
Tfce est ff < that g agement its decks i l
rvnuti > w fl Mwo4 bW U uv < gone tits
mtmm
safe rf issatterwl mirrors and de
itmvmA tMrtttw i > tMertng b broken
M ai4ar nmshuj a hundred fiouml
Whmvnk nfle alwt having left its
trvat pnrs t > starltoard the
M iK wr ladders sphntcsvl
< auok Uackened
fesrvn f
1 mad mm4Jamrtmmiyms anwttg Ukm who
mt Smmymmf ttetrisM g far awar frwi
i rt < swrMdiuwiwl mlMjoi dV k > ea much
a we W wtfe jod parerU and cfaiklreu
4 wsuusic tuttl you are dead to put upon
< xr j wmath of rgmtJw this
b
Mr c > f s si yxiairbving brow the garland
A J > SJt iaJ4 et ua jk
MMI W strn Gulf fxruadron
mm s j m i u
tW W 3fina ti S rx < c < B toKaAni isatf squadronof ti SS
tf W fr t a u Atiaas > jia4rwL of the North Atlantic
hianui ti Mi w fjii stiuadroa of the
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N a t India ajuadr i
surf U tsw r4 ia fititilta hear Hirtlnnk
law ib > UydKtstjwO t our churchfta A xm
WtWN wsaiss of the nation Ifwchadoar
j iMj y uiM 1 yaj Mflonbuta
hriMi and a imnotwy ardrU < e and an equi
paavatsaalajwrset while yoo hre and after
r4ajaf ireacaS faVju andamaaiJKi
tt taJj tared marble with a model of tbe
w4 3 > so wfatch y < t wtu the day It u coo
a k > d a isaUant tlsuig b n ta a naval fight
dw fiafwtasw4h tu tine eturupi gw ahrad
< pjp a n ar r Jnfc a bay its admiral standing
w taw shrouds watohmg and firing order
Shu i base to UM yoa Ohveuvans of the
ftBwiincaD navy u you are as loyal to
JtmTmt a yoM were to tha Ixwern
txnec tbrre as a gogtinp saiiutg ahead of yoo
< whseit dtre t is the aduurai and He
irsvteiw Ottsa tbe thr udi and th > IwaTens
rr tsw l < n irtil yn and J hi lead joti toward
who Umfimtr auol aB the Lruailtdes of rarth
ai t cannot daiuagki yoa and ye whOM
sassw 4Mtl with Uoc1
gamatts your own
fr WsWysss JCf < hTC tf i oJJ ain wixOwla f inad wLUin
ta l iki > cafwlJk Vf Jiicr ffuTth > Wvl U tae Latuu Thetl strike eight
L iU lii teamen J
jJiwaW
died In our Brooklyn navy yard Admiral
Foute held irayer meetings and con-
ducted a re ival on the rewiring
ship North Carolina and on fcaLbaths
far out at sea follow ed the chaplam
with religious exhortation In early life on-
board the sloopof war Natchez imprcs ed by
the AordsofaChrutlan sailor h gave his
time for two weeks to the Bible and at
3ore
wenlofthatde < lart dopenly Henceforth
und < aU cimtoaHtonces 1 will act for God
Ilw Uvta orU nhile dying at thu
Astor n sp New York were I thank
God for all His gomlneai to me When hi
etrlWTrVhiaien he dad not ha ve to ran a bock
ade fnr it was amid the cheers of a great
wknc The other Christian wluural will
t hc2ieTT > i on earth nnlil flw day when tho
firm from almre shall hck up the waters from
tameath and there tdiall be no more t a
MJh white Atlantics breast
liears a while call
While tailor s fijU ror right
And weetbearu wall
Men will n tt forget
Old heart of oak
Farragat karragat
ThoDderbolt sroker
Acordmgtobwown statement Farragut
was cry in bis morals in early man
bond and ttracthwd all kinds of sin One day
he was called into the cabin of his father
who was a fcliipmanter His father said
Bavid what are jou going to tie anyhow V
He answered I am going to follow
the sea Follow the sea said the
father and l < e kicked about the
world and die in a foreign hos-
pital No said David I am going to
command like yoa No 1 said the father
a boy of your habits will never command
anything and h father burst into tears and
left the cabin From that day David F
gut started on a new life Captain Y
too an honored eder of this church v
him m nvwat of hi battles and ha <
mate friendship and he confirms
heard elsewhere that Farragut wi
tTinstian In every great rnsij
a > kwt aivl obtained the Vj
UbmiB MoIiJf Bay ih A
sank from a torpedo and the v
Brooklyn that was to lead S
turned back be said he was at a
whether to advance or retreat an J
I pryed Oh God wbo creati
him reason direct me w hat
rive on Ami a voice commanded
With such anticipation O Tetoransof the
AmeTOan nary I charge you bear up under
theachea and weaknesses that yon still carry
from the wartimes You are not as stalwart
as you would hats been but for that nerrsui
strain and for that terrimc exporare Lrt erry
ache and pain instead of depressing remnd
tou of your fidelity Theriniungof theWftV
hawken off Morns Island December G If KL
was a mystery hbe was not under fire lS
wawasnotrouRh But Admiral DahLnen
from the deck cf the flag stvanxr I Ua < i
phiasawbergfaHually sinking and finallT
she struck the groun1 but the flajTiiall
floated above the ware in the sight of the
shipping It was afterwards found that tba
sank fromweakness through injuries in tire
rious serrice Uer rlatrt had been LnoUed
K e in previous limas So you tare in
nSrvcaiid muscle and bone and dlimxed
eyeaght and difficult hearing and short n a
of breath many intimations that yon ire
Eradually going down It is the serrice of
twenty three years that is telling on you Ho-
of good ch r We owe yon just as muct a
though your lifeblood bad gurgled through the
tcuppers of the ahip in thelied River expedi-
tion or as though you had gone down with
the MelriUe off Ilatteras Only keep vcwir
flaj flyins as did the lllastrious Weeaawkv
tioal rbar mv boys I Tbe memory cf
man u poor and all that teSk about he
country never forgettuig Utose who foojht
for it wan untruth ItdotSforget Witn
cow the teterans st > m > times had to turn he
handogans on the street to get their families
a hrunt Witness how irithkssly some of
them hare Uvtt turned out of office tliat
nome bkrat of a t > ohtician might take thtar
place Witness the fact that therfl la not a
man or woman now under thirty years of
age who ha any full appreciation of
the four years martyrdom of 1WI and 36C3
inclmara But while men may forget God
never forget He remembers the swinzinz
lammocb lie remembers the fdrecafftlA Ua
remembers the frozen rot > es of that January
tempest lie remembers the amputation wif
out sufficient ether lie remembers thefc
ror of that deafening night when forts frj
both sidet belched on you then fury
the baaTpns glowod with itocendu
thAcending mLtilm of deathj
your hip quaked Under
roU of the one hundred
runnersa according to
tiptoe with mouth wide opea lost
won ihatter hearing or brain lie
it all better than rod remember It and
some shape reward will be given Ood is i
bet of all pavmasters and for those who
their whole duty tolllm and the world ti
pension awardal is an ererlastiug hea > en
tNMnetimes off the coast of England the
Royal Family have inspected Ilia Rntish
nary manoeuvred before them for that pur
pOMe In tbe Baltic faea the Czar and Czarina
ha e renewed the Ruwaan navy To bring
tefire tbe American people tne debt they
owe to the navy I go out with you on the At >
lant K > Ocean wWe there is plenty of room
ami in imagination review the warship
j > mg < tf our three great conflicts 17701SI2
and 1 5 Swing into line all ye frig-
ates ironclads nrerafts gunboats ami
menofwar There they come all cail
ft ami all furnaces in full blast fchoavei of
rryhtal tosing from their dittin prown
That w the Delaware an old Revolutionary
craft commawled by Commodore Decatur
< Hider goes the Constitution Commodore
Hull commanding There is the dxwpoake
commanded by C > ptam havren e whose dy
wg words were Iktiftgire up the ship
and the Niagara of 1M2 commanded by
Commodore lVrry who wrote on tlie back of
an old letter resting on bis navy cap
We liave met the enemy and they are
ours Yonder is the flagship Wabash
Admiral Du int commanding yonder the
flagship MtnretTta Admiral rfoldborough
commanding y < mder tb > John Adams
Admiral btnnghnm commandmj yonder
th > flagship Hiiladelphia Admiral Dahlgren
c nmandmg yonder th flagship San
Jacmto Admiral Bailey cnmmandmg
jotvler the Car > niddet Admiral Wathe
commanding yonder the flagihip Black
Hawk Admiral Toiler rommandmg yonder
the flag steamer Benton Admiral
Kxrte commanding yonder the flagsJnp
Ilartford DavLi GlaAcoe Farragutcommand
ing And now all the squadrons of all
nVpartminits from smallest tugboat to
mightieftt manof war are in procession
d rks and rigging fillet with men w ho fought
on tbe ma for tbe old fla ever nnce we were
a natiim irandest fleet the worHererfaw
Kul on before aU ages Ran up all the
colors Ring all the hells Yea open all
the port holes lTmlimber the guns ami load
and Are one great bmrdside that shall shake the
continents m homr of peace an 1 the eternity
of tbe American Union But I lift my hand
and the scene has vanished Many of the
khiMhare dropi ed under the crystal pae >
ment of tbe deeit ea monsters rwunraing in
and out of the forsaken cabin ami other old
craft hae swung into the utvy yards ami
niaify of the brave spirits who trod then
oVcks are gone up to the Eternal Fortress
from whom easement and embrasures tunr
j npt h ej yJoo il amW Uy L
At this annual rimmtetart uvnF
that most of you who were In the navi
Tire during onr late war are now in the after
noon or evening of Ufa With some of you1
it is two o clock three oclock four oclock
six oclock and it will soon be sundown
If you were of age when the war broke
out yon are now at least fortyeight
Many of you have paaed into the sixUes
and tbe serraties therefore it is ap-
propriate that I hold two great bgbts
for your illumination the example of Chris-
tian admirals con crated to Christ and their
countrv Admiral Fuote and Admiral Farra
gut Aad the ChnUian religion been a
cowardly thing they would hare had nothing
to do with it In its faith they lived and
on and I went on Was there ever
teaching Chn tian letter than that wL
Ji
wrofc to hw wife from hi flagship Hartford
M > dant wife I write and leave this letter
for yon I am going into Mobile Bay in the
nmnunrif God W my leader an IIhopeHeK
and in Htm I jdacemy trust If He thinks it-
t the proper plice for me to die I am ready
to submit to His will in that as in all othr
things God bl ami preserve you my
darling ami my dear boy if anything should
hif > pen to roe May His bkssangj rest upon
you and your dear mother and sin your sis-
ters and their children
Cheerful to the end he said on I > oerJ the
Tallsiv in the hist voyage be ever took
It would 1 well if I ibrtl now in harness
The sublime Kpfcopal service for the dead
was never more ei > pTeprIately rendered thin
oer Lis caket and well dn all the fort of
New York harbor thunder as his body was
brought to our wharf ami well did Ihe
minute gum sound and tbe bells toll asm a
profession having In its ranks the President
of the United htates and bis cabinet and the
mighty men of land and sea tlie old admiral
was earned amid hundreds of thousands of
tUKSuvered heads on Broadwiy and laid on
his pOlow of dust m btautiful Woodkiwn
h mb AmidthervmpofourantuinRal
forwts
Ye veterans who sailed and fought under
mm take your admirals God and Christ for
your God and Christ After a few more
conflicts you too will re t For the few re
maining fights with sin and death and bell
make ready fotnp your vctsel for
the fray hang tbe sheet chains over
tbe sidea Send down tbe topgal-
lant masts Barricade the wheel Rig in
the flying jibboom fateer straight for the
shining shore ami tiear U shout of the great
Cummanaltr of earth and heaven as He cries
from tbe shroud To him that overeometh
will I give to eat of Uw tree of life which u
in the inidst of tin Paradise of GotL Ho
anaaf Uoaanna
COUNT LADlKSia
REMARKABLE CAREER OP A
MAN AViTII A HISTORY
Ills Adventures In South America
fnthc Siberian Mines and lA-
the diked Stafen A
Stirring Life
JJhere is a nun nxth a hlitory said
aa acquaintance to a reporter yesterday
afternoon
The man referred to was sitting > n a
nail with several companion around a
tabic oa which stood mugs a plate of
caviare sandwishes a pot of mustard
etc
I know hint nell I will introduce
you and the reporter was presented to
Mr Ladmski a Pole and to his com
nanions three Russians Ladinski and
bis companions seemed to be on the bet
of terms They were speaking French
when the reporter joiredthem butifii
mediately changed to English which all
inoke fluently Ladinski not having the
lightest foreign accent In the course
of the conversation that ensued Mr
LadinskI good humorcdly answered in-
terrogations and in a modest way re
countered some of his adventures which
In a narrative form are about as follows
John Count Ladiuiki was bora in
Warsaw Poland in liO When six
Id he saw his mother knouted for
to tell of her husbands where
A Six months after that his father
lured and shot by order of the
iortly after that his mother dis
H and to this day he docs not
became of her When about
of age he found himself homc
w5mlc73r Kc was picked up
starved on the street by a kind
icartcd Jew merchant who adopted and
hirn to St He re
gained with his adopted father for seven
e > s and was given a good education
fipfe merchant employing a tutor for him
and his two sons
Ladinski was walking along a quiet
street one night in St Petersburg when
about fifteen years old and came
suddenly on two Russian soldiere who
were beating a Polish Jew peddler be-
cause he had refused to give them money
He became enraged at the tight and
demanded that they should quit The
soldiers let the peddler alone but seized
the boy and were hustling him oil to
prison when he drew a knife killed one
of them and dangerously wounded the
other
Realizing what he had done young
Ladinski stowed away on an English
essel and was fortunate enough to es-
cape the country The Captain of the
vessel took a liking to the boy and
landed him in London lih a 5 note
and a new suit of clothes He managed
to open communications with his foster
father who sent a sum of money to a
friend of his to be used for Ladinski
who remained in London for about a
year Being discovered how ever by
one of the secret service agents of Russia
he was obliged to flee England and
went to Rio Janeiro South America
He secured a position as tutor in the
family of a rich Brazilian and remained
therefor threeyears His benefactor took
a strong liking to the young man and
secured him a commission in the
Brazilian navy
The man ofwar on which he was v cnt
on a cruise to Europe Ladmski and
several of his brother officers went ashore
one night at Naples to attend a masked
ball lie became separated from his
companions and started alone for the
boat and while on his way was knocked
down bound and gagged and hurried
aboard a Russian vessel which was in the
bay He was placed in irons and kept in
prison until St Petersburg was reached
There he was turned over to the authorl
K J te h b sn iz nths in a
he SuUide A rHa TmSwa us SJ
before a tribunal tried for the murder of
the soldier and sentenced to Siberia for
life He made the journey to the mines
on foot with a number cf political pris-
oners and remained in the mines for fife
years
Jlr Ladinski seemed adverse to speak-
ing about the hardships he underwent
while there but said that at the end ot
five years he was the only one left out of
twentythree men who went in with him
As he had behaved himself so as to win
the respect of the guards and officers he
was removed from thgmine and given a
clerkship in a Government warehouse
While there he conceived the idea of
forging himself a pardon from the Czar
and after a years hard work being
assisted by a daughter of the post com-
mander Col Tourteloff he succeeded in
having a free and unconditionable par-
don handed to him and at once made
Ereparations to leave By some means
e was well supplied with funds by his
foster father
He made his way back to St Peters-
burg and was preparing to leave the
country when he was pounc ed upon by
Russian spies thrown into jail to re-
main until an investigation could be bad
which of course resulted in the daring
forgery becoming kno wn The Czar
who evidently had a gr im sense of hu-
mor had the daring young Pole brought
before him and questioned him about
himself The result of the interview as
that his royal highness pardoned Ladin
ski for the murder but allowed the law
to take its course in regard to the forgery
the result being that he was again sen-
tenced for life in the mines and started
back to the hell he had schemed so long
to escape from
When about one month on the road
Ladinski and a young Russian officer a-
political prisoner managed to frse them-
selves of their shackles and escaped Mr
Ladinski thinks that he and his com-
panion a Captain Komi kofft must have
walked 1000 miles before they felt them-
selves safe They went across the border
of Austria and managed to make
their way to England They remained
in London for a year when KomiskolT
iiak ft aotion lo come to the United
States Ladinski supported himself by
giving music and painting lesson and
while there married an English lady who
brought him quite a dot They had tw o
children bom to them and while the
youngest was a babe the mother died
When the civil war broke out in the
United States 31r Ladinski phced his
children in an asylum and came to Amer-
ica and enlis cd as a private in the Korty
ninth Xew York His valor soon won
htTi promotion and when the war closed
he was a Major was covered with honor-
able scars and had spent four months in
Andersonville Mr Ladinski related z
number of other incidents in his eventful
life and when asked why it was that he
a Pole chose for his companions Rus-
sians he replied
This is my friend Captain Komis
kofL I found him in America I had
not seen him for ever so many years
These gentlemen are his friends and mine
They arc educated gentlemen and have
no love for the Czar We belong to the
same brotherhood
Well yes we were Nihilists but arc
now American citizens America is a
good enough country for us We intend
to live in Colorado We have some
money and will buy ranches We are
not bloodthirsty villains JknterCoL
mXeUm
They Arc AU Players
How many people does it take to
pbiy this baseballF asked Mrs Boodle
at the breakfast table
Eighteen I believe replied her hus-
band Eighteen I ejaculated young Boodle
ten years old if youd been at tha
game yesterday youd a thought it took
nearer three thousand n JuiLU
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Mr IL Carl 133 Fourth Street Troy N T
ajs MydatuhterhadaspraUiedankleSt
Jacobs Oil cured her ic a day or two My soft
had rheumatism about nine years aco fru
Jacobs OU cored him he has net been af-
fected since Frlcullftv cents
A crrirxx of Bearer Falls Fenn has a dec j
that
used to answer to tbe name of bnipe
Onre the family went Tbitlng and left tmp
locked up in the hou < 11 was fort jthree d > a
beiuretiierreturafdbat they found thetloc
alive He recoierd trom hin toog fait ana
sinco then he has Wen called Tanner
From IhfUrbarc Pa Mr K M Cros
writes Iriefly and romtedly thus Your it
Jaco isOil haj cared me of neuralgia of the
face and head Pilee fifty cents
Cime eoiigk Francm Traix says that
when he stopped eatms meat thirteen Tears
ago and began jirtnjr on fruit ani grain he
weighed SWpounds lie now wHetas lHand
as ha U hx leet In height he thinks he h the
correct propart on lis has not beea ill an
toar since he began fasting
The Queen
If Moxie Xerre Food can take the pace of
dragici > and tkaalatlQir tt has come to tar
and many of the tloctirs uy it actually doea
Afler thirteen or fojrtren months on the mar
k > t its silo is < aid to be the larret ever known
The largj < ities are talk in Mexie loreverand
ererr nerons woman or overworked person
things it is the last hall t > r everything that has
beenlonnd Poor little Moiie wed It ner
dreamed before that it as scoa to be queen of
the tnediial world
A Frcien ambassador to the English C3ort
Eaid a neat compliment to a peerrs who had
een talking to him for an hour The lad
said ou must think I am very fond of
the sound of my own voice 1 he t renchman
repbed 1 knew you I Iked mns c
Is There a Cure for Connnmptlouf
We answer unreservedly yes If the patient
convmences In tnre the use of Dr tierces
jolden Medical D scovery and exercises
proper care If allowed to ran in course toj
tone all rcedh loe is poirerIrs to stay tt Dr
Pieice never deceives a patient by holdlugont
a fain h p for the sate of pecuniary sain
lhe trrt den Medical Discovery has cured
thousands of parents when nothing elv
seemed to avail 1 our druggist has It Send
two stampiforDr Pierces complete trrau e-
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Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Associa-
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Ik Great Britain las year fortyseven boots
on Ireland were published and thlrtyonoon
the aobject of ihafcespeare and his lite
Thousands of women bless the day on which
Dr HerceslavorlteIre riptlonwBmade
known to them In alt those derangement
causing backache dracplne down sensations
nervous and general debility It is a sovereign
remedy lis soothing an 1 lealli c properties
render It of the ntmot value to ladies tfufcr
ina from internal fver ongestion iaflam
mation ojilceration By druggists
Scvoit Oaixaudo a farmer of Cordova
Spain who was captured by bandits paid
5 < j0U0 for bis reea e
Br Pierces Pel t s tbe original Little
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lous headache siur s oxaeh and bilious at-
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About CUM sets ot the Grant Memoirs
have so far been sold
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How ihe Fami m MemoryTrnrlier Octu
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taerira
For Instance dnnn the wee commeie >
Ing May a On that evening he gave tie flrsc
of hU toore ot ne lectures to a second cias
at aleof JJ0 students Mar 10 he gate the
flrtt lecture to a Ja of 4UI students at the
I uirersit of Ienns lvaaia in PhiIadWpbi <
Mayllbe gave the third of Lii course iolU >
Columbia law students May 12 he gae the
first lecture to 3W lady students of Wellesley
Colleg Miss and May 1 he gave the iecoid
lecture m the I ntversity ot lenBB > Ivama
And J et h is alwaj s found at his otii e from
8 a M till toon of every day During this time
he runs through his correppondenre glvim
his assistants ihe most minute and detailed in
tt met ions in regard lo each letter receiver
or any other matter that is brought to his no
tlr In the afternoon he trai els out of town
and In the evening g ves his lecture alwaj a
leturning h < < ne tbe same night or eariy m xt
morning He endures all this incessant o m
Eation ard necessitated broken leep because
e loves hit work and berause he lakes good
care of his heath He cla mi that the warm
weather li the best time in the year for study
Ihe lectures it is trae are not esentiat la
that mastery ot the Profeesors s8t n since
bis printed lessonp ipers are full and com-
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Remedy for Catarrh By druggists
A Good Appetite
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greatly wiUriXruralgic pains In hsr head and
neOE and attimesinftho stomach and abost
thd heart Sbe haiboen confined to her beJ
but only found taamtarur rehet For the
past two months Jshe has been using Dr Far
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from pain and feelsns well as ever I mot
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Contractor mid Builder
Cor Frank aadilontrosa streets
Hdlsda Mich
Orrrs I was persuaded by your agent to
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what thof doctors called heart disease It
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after taking the remedy as directe I found
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inflammatory rheumatism which it hM en-
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without suffenns for which I am very thank-
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Corning X Y
Getts I had been troubled with rheuma
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your agent at the Dickinson House who give
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I have given it a thorough t st ami can
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Why did the Women
of this country use over thirteen million cakes of
Procter Gamble s Lenox Soap in 1886
Puy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why
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Ilelng entirely vegetable they op-
erate without disturbance to tbe ststetn diet
or occupation Plat up in glass vials hermeti-
cally scaled Always fresh and reliable A
a Jaxatic alterative or purgative
these httie PeHtta give tho meet perfect
satisfaction
SIM HME
Itllloiis Head ar fie
Illzzlucvs t onsilpa
lion Indigestion
till lous Attackftand all
derangements of the stom-
ach and bowels arc prompt
iy relies ed and permanently
ci red by the use of Ilr
Pierce Pleasant lurgnllvo Pellets
In explanation of tbe remedial power of these
Pellets otcr so rrcat a variety of diseases it
may truthfully be said that their action upon
the system ia universal not a gland or tissue
escaping their sanathe influence fold by
drugg ui 5 cents a vial Manufactured at the
Chemical Laboratory of World a DuFESSABT
Medical Association Buffalo JV Y
SY7IITOMS Or CATAHnil DuII
heavy headache oUtructlon of the nasal
passages discbarges falling from the head
Into the throat sometime profuse watery
and acrid at others thick tenacious mucous
purulent Moody and putrid the eyes are
weak watery and inflamed there Is ringing
in the ears deafness backing or coughing to
dear the throat expectoration of offensive
matter together with scabs from ulcers the
voice is changed and has a nasal twang the
breath Is offensive smell and taste are im-
paired there is a sennit on of dizziness with
mental depression a backing cough end gen-
eral debility Only a few of the abovenamed
symptoms are likely to be present in any one
cose Thousands of cases annually without
manifesting half of the abore symptoms re-
sult In consumption and end in the grave
iSo disease is so common more deceptive and
dangerous or less understood by physicians
By its mild soothing and beating properties
Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy cures tbe wnrs
casesof Catarrh cold lit Hie head
Coryza and Catarrhal Headache
told by druggiata everywhere 50 cents
Intold Agony from Catarrh s
Trot V IlArSfER the famous mesmerist
t llhaen2 1 writes Some ten years ago
I cuffercd untold agony from chronic nasal
Impaired eatarrb 3Iy family physician gave me up as
> itor an j impurit ot ffcuiool aa 1 theuntoil incurable and said I must die My case was
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w ri Tn71lirt J T cinan u fw luth a bad onetbat cery daytowards sun
> n3iihiVnrMce rrice only ly iKiuS barely speak above a whisper Inthemornfng
J I and of throat would
1 almost strangle me By tbe Umo of Dr Sage s
Catarrh Remedy in three months I was a well
man and the cure has been permanent
Constantly Hawking and Spitting n
Tnojits J KcsnivQ Esq tX2 Pine StrtfU
St Lmivs Mo writes I was a great sufferer
from catarrh for three years At times I could
hardly breathe and was constantly hawking
and spitting and for tbe last eight months
could not breathe through the nostrils I
thought nothing could be done forme Luck-
ily I was advised to try Ur iages Catarrh
Ki medy and I am now a well man I btheve
it to l > c trie only sure remedy for catarrh now
manufactured and one has only to give it a
fair trial to experience BStoundlng results and
a permanent cure
Three Dottles Cur Catarrh
En Bobbins Jlunjnn P O Cotvn bia Co-
ra says My daughter tad catarrh when
she was five years old very badly I saw Dr
iage s Catarrh Itcmedy advertised and pro-
cured a bottle for her and soon paw that it
belped her a third bottle effected a perma-
nent cure She is now eighteen years old and
sound and hearty
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