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h1)N w . h . KELBAlIGn
HU of WEST VIRGINIA
¡^ F a v o rite s ]
B lvu u n e o f t h e U „ d .
The muffled drum'» »ad roll ha» beat
lhe soldier’s last tattoo;
iso more on life’* parade shall meet
Dial brave and fallen few.
n fame's eternal camping ground
rheir silent tents are spread,
“ in. . r>' gUarJs> with »«'•‘■mi round,
lh e bivouac of the dead.
No rumor of the foe's advance
Now swell» upon the wind;
No troubied thoughts at midnight haunts
Of loved ones left behind;
No vision oT the morrow’s strife
The warrior’s dream alarms;
* o braying horn nor screaming fl*e
At dawn shall call to arms.
Th*ir ^¡vered swords are red with rust,
their plumed heads are bowed;
Their haughty banner, trailed In dust.
Is now their martial shroud.
And plenteous funeral tears have washed
I he red stains from each brow,
And the proud forms, by battle gashed.
Are free from anguish now.
The neighing troops, the flashing blade.
The bugle’s stirring blast.
The charge, the dreadful cannonade,
Hon. W. H. Kelbau&h.
^The din and shout, are past;
i Cold at Any T im e o f the Year, Es No war's wild note nor glory’s peal
pecially in Hot weather, is V e ry D e
Shall thrill with fierce delight
pressing to the Syst in.
Pe-ru-na is i hose breasts that never more may feel
an Enequaled Tonic for Such Cases,
The rapture of the fight.
Read VI hat People Hay Alioiit It.
; Hon. W. II Kelhaugh, Ex-,Member
jW. Ya. Legislature, 204 O h street,
|H. E., Washington, D. C., w rites:
; “ You can use my name and word at
'■ al times for Peruna as a medicine and
: tonic unequalled. I have tried it for a
; stubborn told and badly run down sys-
■ lent. I tried all sorts of other medicines
: and paid several expensive doctor bills.
j Peruna cured me, strengthened me
; more than ever, and saved me money.’ ’
Like the fierce northern hurricane
_ That sweeps- his great plateau,
l lushed with the triumph yet to gain.
Came down the serried foe.
\\ ho heard the thunder of the fray
Break o'er the field beneath,
Knew well the watchword of that day
Was "Victory or Death.”
Long had the doubtful conflict raged
O’er all that stricken plain,
For never fiercer fight had waged
The vengeful blood of Spain;
.virp. Clara Litterat, Seatield, lad.,
pays: “ Last fall I took a severe cold. I And still the storm of battle blew,
Still swelled the gory tide;
to»k Peruna. beuan to im prove and kept
Not long, our stout old chiefta!n knew,
on so until 1 wa«* able to do m y work.”
Such odds his strength could bide,
If the Mississippi valley were as dense
'Twas in that hour his stern command
ly populated as Massachusetts, it would
Called to a martyr’s grave
have 350,000.000 inhabitants.
The flower of his beloved land,
The nation’s Hag to save.
Motfiers will find M**\ Winslow’s Soothing
8yrup the best remedy to use for their children By rivers of their fathers' gore
during the teething period.
His first-born laurels grew,
And well he deemed the sons would pour
Their lives for glory, too.
“Come, come, old boy, brace u p ! You
know that faint heart ne’er won fair
lady.” “ But she’s a brunette.” — Cleve Full many a norther's breath has «wept
O'er Angostura’s plain.
land Plain Dealer.
And long the pitying sky has wept
Above its mouldered slain.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
The raven’s scream, or eagle's flight.
with LOCAL A PPLIC A TIO N S , as they cannot
Or shepherd’s pensive lay,
reach the suat o f the disease. Catarrh is a
blood or constitutional dise ase, and in order to Alone awakes each sullen height
cure it you must take internal remedies.
That frowned o’er that dread fray.
Hall's < atarrh Cure is taken in tern ally, and
on the blood and mucous surfaces.
Hail s< atarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. Sons of the Dark and Bloody Ground,
It was prescribed by one of the Lest physicians
You must not slumber there,
in this country for years, and is a regular pre
scription. It is composed o f the best tonics Where stranger steps and tongues re
known, combined w ith the best blood puri
fiers, seting directly on the mucous surface-1.
The perfect comM na ion o f the two ingredients
Along the heedless air.
is what produces such w onderfu l results in Your own proud land's heroic soil
curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials free.
Shall be your fitter grave;
/• J CHENKY tfc CO ., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by dniKi;ists, priee 75c.
She claims from war his richest spoil—
Hall's Fam ily Pills are the best.
The ashes of her brave.
In s tru c tio n s .
Man of the House— Ve.’ jna, I told you Thus ’neath their parent turf they rest.
Far from the gory field,
to call me at 7 sharp this morirng.
Domestic— I called ye as shairp as I Borne to a Spartan mother's breast
could, sorr. but I couldn’ t wake ye.
On many a bloody shield;
The sunshine of their native sky
ElTO S • ' tns’ f ’anre ana all Nervous Dta- a«es
Smiles sadly on them here,
1.1 10 P' rmmiently cured by Dr. Kline's Great
¡/¡T**Restorer. Send for F R E E |2 trial bnttl* and And kindred eyes and hearts watch by
watue. Dr. It. JI.KIin , Isd..»31 Arch St., I*Killa..Pa.
The heroes’ sepulchre.
Dr. Samuel Smiles, author of “ Self
H?lp” and other works, left an estate vui-
«*1 at $380,820.
Best on, embalmed and sainted dead!
Dear as the blood ye gave;
No impious footstep here shall tread
The herbage of your grave;
Nor shall your glory be forgot
While Fame her record keeps,
O Honor points the hallowed spot
Where Valor proudly sleeps.
Yon marble minstrel’s voiceless stone
In deathless song shall tell,
When many a vanished age hath flown.
The story how ye fe ll;
Nor wreck, nor change, nor winter’s
^ng MEN. Old MEN, Middle.Aged MEN Nor Time’s remorseless doom,
j^n<l for free pam phlet in D^nin cover. Shall dim one ray of glory’s light
«Ill about an appliance that insures
That gilds your deathless tomb.
“ Ppiness, health and success in life. — Theodore O'Hara.
, . PORTLAND APPLIANCE CO.
r- 0. Box 25
Is an Ecomomical
Aid to the Household
& Z X ! * * * ' ,nJnry the most d-Ilrate fabric*
. kJ chen uten*il*, wo >d work,silver,china
li.VI:.11" ! " ’ blanket*, woolen*. *1 k*. It i* d
tiHi , Va,u** In the toilet, bath an<l nur*ery,
package Borax A Borax
He u."’?8**hook let and souvenir picture 7x14 In.
and dealer** name. FA-
AS I B o r a x to ., Oakland i si.
p S IFIED A D V ER T IS IN G
Portland Trade Directory
*—1 A d d ress*»
in Portland o f Rcprc-
Business fir m *
Ír**riio r't«íL ? A T ö R n - w # ruaran te# tba U. S.
b#«t. w rit# for
■ ^ Ca». Fifth and Oak.
y *a ~ '¡ í l i ? Í .B Q — B i f f a Pandiaton. *ola
<ft C a ’i corraci clothaa
5 Ä * ■---- -----
M an y D m laa'rumanta ra-
^«lt# ft » * 011111 • cfcn*** or ram ovai o f boyar
** * «.
* 2 5 ’ Rt,on o f p ano* now no band
* r l t a today,
o il bari Co.. Tonlaad
to*. 32 « *
So w O . u r t l . u r . p l a s M I
M— » » « * pupur.
o f this country which must be solved
if their trade with that aud other
i ■•"■ American countries Is to
1 o f Britain’s Imports In 1904 the
I leading articles were the
tures o f cotton, which amounted to
Sl>\i44.912; manufactures o f Iron and
Steel, »16.197.ti44; breadstuff«, »13,809,-
Explosive rock has been reported
731 wine, »7.685,623; provisions. »7. from the north o f the Tauern tunnel In
207.480, and coal, »6.183,638.
O f all - Austria. The rock la In auch eompres-
these, with the possible exception o f slon that, without warning, stubs sev-
wine, the United States Is a manufac eral yards In dimensions w ill be sud
turer, or agricultural producer, and It denly hurled from one wall to the oth
seems absurd that Brazil should be er. Fatal accidents have resulted.
obliged to seek them In Europe Instead
San Francisco's earthquake was felt
o f from her North American neighbor. and duly registered by the seismograph
O f the exports from Brazil during of the Zlkawel observatory, near Shaug
the same period coffee and rubber bal, China. The perturbation was rath
comprised the principal articles.
For er strong, and the commotions propa
tlie six months ended June 3d, 1904 gated through the earth’s crust lasted
and 1905, the value o f coffee exported a little over one hour and thirty-four
amousted to »31,113,915 aud »33,449, minutes.
641, and the value of the rubber to
Pontypool, England, Is anxious about
»29,443,877 aud »39,610,439, respective the electric cable that runs through the
ly. This shows an Increase In rubber town. Th e corporation surveyor asserts
exports Of »10,166,562 for
the six that several horses have taken fright
months under review.
owing to the electric current catching
In recent years a large amount o f their shoes and throwing them on their
foreign capital has been Invested In haunches. A town councilor said the
Brazilian enterprises, especially in the streets were “ full o f current,” and that
c.ty of Rio Janeiro. German capital “ the town might be blown up at any
ists have established steamship lines m om ent"
for coast service, and American and
Acetylene Is being used as an ex
Canadian capitalists have acquired the plosive In Germany, where It has prov
car lines, gas works and telephone ser en disappointing as an lllumlnaut. Each
vice at Rio Janeiro, the money Invest cartridge contains an ounce and three-
ed being closely estimated at $25,000,- fourths o f calcium carbide, yielding
about sixteen quarts o f acetylene, uud
This, however. Is only the beginning after wetting the carbide the confined
of the Invasion o f Brazil by foreign mixture o f generated gns and air Is
enterprise. There Is a determined exploded by an electric spark. In blast
movement now being made to revolu
Ing the rock Is not thrown out. but Is
tlonlze the trade conditions there. The broken up Into pieces small enough to
United States Is reaching out to grasp be readily removed.
what It considers to be its fair share
In liquefying helium, the last o f the
of the trade which has been controlled gases that have been thought to be per
so long by Great Britain and Germany. manent Olszewski has reached a tem
The greatest obstacle In the way o f its perature o f 271.3 degrees below zero
passage to the desired goal Is the Centigrade. This Is a cold about 11
weakness of the merchant marine of degrees greater than D ewar obtained
this country. American exporters have three years ago In liquefying hydrogen,
not the facilities for transporting their and is within about 2 degrees o f the
goods to Brazil which are enjoyed, by supposed absolute zero. The question
their rivals In Europe, aud until this has now been raised whether 273.7 de
obstacle Is removed the progress of grees below the freezing point o f water
American trade must necessarily be Is really the absolute zero.
The continuous expansion o f the steel
The record of the ports o f Brazil for
Industry, and the consequent call for
the year 1904 Is a sad one for study by
Improvement In the qualities o f the
American exporters. During the year metal, have led to many experiments
17.407 sailing vessels and steamers en that have produced. In some cases, sur
tered the ports, with an aggregate ton prising results. Every one knows the
nage of 11,879,563, being an Increase extraordinary effects o f mingling a lit
of 1,339 In the number o f vessels and tle nickel with steel. But the possibil
811,265 In the tonnage, and o f these the ities o f steel alloys have apparently
American flag is represented as among only Just begun to be explored. One
the 299 of “other countries” not speci of the latest o f the valuable results at
fied because of the small number of tained by the experimenters Is due to
an Intermixture o f a little vanadium.
B E A U T IF U L A N D C LE V E R .
D a ro n M s
O n e o f th e
P o p u l a r W o m a n in W a s h i n g t o n .
One o f the most beautiful and clever
women In Washington Is Baroness Bo-
sen, w ife of the Russian ambassador.
She Is the confi
dant and adviser of
her husband and
nothing is done tij.
the latter unless
the baroness Is first
consulted. Tlie lat
having been with
her husband when
he was consul gen
eral at New York
and likewise at Washington when he
« a s charge d’affaires there. It was in
Washington that their only child, Miss
Elizabeth, now a sprightly girl o f 16,
was born. Baroness Rosen is the daugh
ter o f Gen. Odintzoll, a famous Rus
sian soldier and governor of NIJnl Nov
gorod. She takes a prominent place In
Washington society and has made many
friends both for herself and her bus-
band by her cleverness, tact and great
V eteran .
Steels containing from 2 to 12 per
cent of nickel have both their tensile
strength and their elastic limit To-
creased by the addition o f not more
than 1 per cent o f vanadium. This la
especially true when the steel Is tem
pered by heating to about 850 degrees
Centigrade, and cooling In water at
It Is generally known that the colors
of vegetation vary In intensity In a di
rect ratio to the amount o f sunlight
combined with coolness o f temperature,
within certain limits.
the intense rc-Uness o f apples grown In
northern climates, and the deep color*
of Alpine vegetation. But the soil, and
other Influences, also have an effect
upon plant colors. Henry Kraem er has
recently experimented upon the artifi
cial control o f the colors o f plants
through the Introduction o f chemicals
Into the soil they grow In. In very
small quantities such chemicals are ab
sorbed without apparent Injury, but the
effect upon the colors Is sligh t Yellow
roses, for Instance, appeared to become
deeper In color under the Influence o f
aluminum sulphate and potassium sul
W ith the use o f these same
chemicals the petals o f the white car
nation showed a tendency to develop
red streaks, whereas when fed with
ammonium sulphate, aluminum sul
phate, Iron citrate and citric add, scar
let carnations tended to form white
T h in g .
“ Even assuming that humor Is the
salt of life, we don’t want to eat salt
with a spoon.
But here in America
everything seems to be sacrificed to
humor. Your politics have to be made
humorous. Your courts o f Justice have
to amuse. Before a great time has
gone by you w ill be having funny ser
mons. W e shall hear that Rev. Mr. |
So-and-So's Sunday morning sermon
was a real screamer— that It was re
ceived with roars o f laughter. Then the
church service w ill be considered a bit
too slow, and w ill have to be rew rit
ten by some bright young humorist
from a newspaper office. Your very
murder cases w ill have to be made
‘ bright.’ It Is a foregone conclusion
that domestic tragedies shall be side
splitting. I really am not sure that in
time Am erica w ill not get a comical
service, with a low-comedv
undertaker.” — Jerome K. Jerome in the
I’ . M I S S
l- u p r .
Do you like it? Then wh
be contented with it? Hav
to be ? Oh, n o ! Ju st put or
Ayer’s Hair Vigor and have
long, thick hair; soft, even
hair; beautiful hair, without
single gray line in it. Have
little pride. Keep young jus
as long as you can.
I am flftv ««Ten year* old, and until ra-i
“ * —
‘ . a -----
f e w T
cently my hair was very K r a y . ----
weeks A yer’s Hair V l«o r restored the natural’
color to my hair so now there Is not a Kray'
hair to be seen.” — J W. H a n s o n , ” Boulder
Phcebe was the 4-year-old daughter
by J. O. Ayer Co.,__
o f a missionary to Persia, born in that
A “ “ I î ;
land o f Oriental ease and h ospitality:
and her little mind was imbued with
such Ideas o f mutual compliment and
her little tongue so given to graces of
speech that her New England grand
W h e r e H e E x c e lle d .
mother had many a shock.
Church— W hat degree did your st** \
The morning after the little girl ar
rived at the grandmother’s home the get at college?
old lady was brushing out Phiebe's j Gotham— S. 8.
curls, gloating over her after the fash- ! “ Never heard o f such a degree.”
“ Oh. yes you have. Short stop.**<B
Ion o f grandmothers.
“ My little phosbe-bird 1’ she suid over Yonkers »Statesman.
and over again.
You Can (Jet Allen ’s F oot-E ase FREE. ‘
“ Why do you call me phcebe-blrd? ’ j
W rite Allen 8. Olmsted, Le R o y .N . Y ., forU.*
asked the child at last.
free sami>le of A lle n ’s Foot K.ase. I t cur jijj
“ Here in America we have a bird sweating, hot sw ollen. aching feet. It m an .
new or tigh t shoes ea*y.
A certain cur« f t } «
that says 'Phqebe! phoebe!’ ” explained corns, ingrow ing nail* and bunions. A ll dru.jltj
gists sell it. 25c. Don’t accept any su b s titu ^ p
The child smiled, and her mother, j
(o r r o h iu a liv e .
standing by. knew what was passing!
Caller— Don’t you consider Prof. J o m
In Phopbe’s mind. Not so the grand-1
mother, who finished her task reluc-1 by a tuan of much practical wisdoc
n d t at all conceited or opin ion ated, y^
tantly at last, and then stooped down
know, but full of accurate kn ow ledge ai
fo r a kiss.
plain common «ense?
“ In Persia,” said Phrebe, In her most
Mrs. LapMling— Yea, indeed; I thiij
caressing tone, “ we have one old c a t,! he’s one of the moat sapotiacioua men
who say ‘Dranma 1 dranma 1’ ”
The Kind You Have Always iiou^lit has borne the signa
ture of Clia.a. II. Fletcher, and ha* been made under his
personal supervision for over HO years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations nnd
“ .lust-as-good ” are but Experiments, ami endanger the
health o f Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR IA
Castorio is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Mouthing Syrups. It is Pleitsant. I t
contains neither Opium, Mor'dilne nor other Narcotie
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
ami allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrh.ea and W ind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
n n d Flatulency.
It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy nnd natiirul sleep.
The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
The Kind You M e Always Bought
Bears the Signature of
In Use For O ver 3 0 Years.
T M « CE NTAUR C O M P A N Y . TV M U R R A Y S T R I C T ,
N S W Y O R K OITV.
How to Exercise the
Your Intestines are lined Inside with
millions of little suckers, that draw the
Nutrition out of food as it passes them.
But, if the food passes too slowly. It
decays before It gets through. Then the
little suckers draw Poison from It instead
This Poison makes a Gas that Injures
your system more than the food ahould
have nourished It.
You see, the food is Nourishment or
Poison, Just according to how long it stays
A member o f the bar o f Baltimore
relates bow a witness In a trial suit
In that city once “ got back” at the
lawyer who had been endeavoring to
“ rattle’’ the witness by a severe cross-
A t a certain point In the proceedings
the witness suddenly Interrupted the '
LOSING BRAZIL TRADE.
cross-examining lawyer by exclaim ing: I
L . c k o f M e rc h a n t M a r in e P a ts r a i l
“ Look here! You needn’t think you
e d S t a le s F a r In H e a r.
kin rattle me by askin’ all them ques
Brazil Is a country of varied and
wonderful resources and, with the In
“ No?” was the sarcastic rejoinder.
troduction o f proper machinery and up-
“ No, slrree!” came In emphatic tone
to-date methods, its development would from the refractory witness.
he extended so that within a few years questions don’t bother me at all. Fve
It would produce enormously and take raised three sons an’ two grandsons,
rank among the leading commercial an’ I ’ve been In training a good many
McLean County. Illinois, is noted for
countries In the world, says the New year*.” — Harper’s Weekly.
Its agricultural predominance the world
York Tribune. Its export trade Is ad
over, end It now claims to possess the
O v e rsh o t th e M a rk .
vancing now at a very rapid rate, es
most Juvenile farmer on record. John
The usual remedy for
pecially that In rubber, which amounts
Harpole W iley Is his name, and he Is this delayed passage (called
ever want to work.
to millions o f dollars annually.
seven years o f age. The lad handles a Constipation) Is to take a
W illie—Oh, honest lady,
The Introduction o f the bicycle, the
team o f large horses with perfect ease big dose of Castor Oil.
automobile and other rubber-tired vie many’s the time. But I ’m such a stren
and can also plow and use the mowdng
This merely make slippery the passage
I,vies haa given the rubber production
machine. In spite o f his tender years for unloading the current cargo.
an impetus which has caused It to go ter work I go clean past I t — Phila
It doe* not help the Cause of delay a
and rugged life he is a sturdy lad and
delphia P r e s s . _______________
forge to the front as the leading ex
Insists on putting In a full day's work.
no-t of the country.
W ritin g kg P ro x y .
It does slacken the Bowel-Muscles more
Prrm laalon G ran ieil.
The coffee trade la also hetng extend-
Newman— The Idea o f saying that
than ever, and thus weakens them for
« , rapidly. having a healthy growth to Penman doesn't write the books that
The follow ing Incident Is related o f their next task.
o . credit The United States purchase. are published over bis name! Why, be Nat Goodwin, the actor. N ot long ago I
Another remedy Is to take a strong
the coffee e x e rte d from Bra- keeps two secretaries busy !
Goodwin was standing on the com er o f Cathartic, like Sal’s, Calomel, Jalap, Phos
Whlch. during the fiscal year ended
Crttlcu*— Yes, one writing and the Broadway and 34th street, where three phate of Sodium, Aperient Water, or any
S i h June » , 10W. amounted In value ertber dictating.— Translated fo r Tslea car lines converge, when a seedy-look- of these mixed.
What does the Qatharttc do?
Ing Individual, apparently from the
from Le Figaro.
t° 0 ^ t h f th ^e leading nation* which
It merely flushes-out the Bowels with a
country, approached him qnestlonlngly.
Sadness o f If.
. I - nroducta to Brazil In 1904
“ I want to go to the
Brooklyn waste of Digestive Juice, set (lowing Into
the Intestines through th* tiny suckers.
^ J S £ S » *
Bridge,” he said, looking In perplexity
G m t ... rred t or 28 per cent o f the ar# distant
at the cars rushing In six different di
Wedderly— Huh! You'ra In
her imports- Germany
total ‘ ^
. ofwb” , ¿ 973 . 118 . or 12 A ll mine are near enough to visit me.
But, the Digestive Juice we waste In
“ Very well,” aeld Goodwin, severe
the United State, third, — Chicago New*._______________
ly ; “ you can go this time, but never doing this today Is needed (or tomorrow’s
natural Digestion. W * cannot afford to
or 11 iwr cent The
I f a man make « change in business ask me again.” — Harper's Weekly.
wHh I B 'I '31®’ ’
amonnt o f goods
against his wife’s wishes, and It prove#
That's why Cascarets are th# only sato
A bank Isn't neremmrlly solid
r ^ T r e T Î l t ^ and «be United „ mistake, bow be does catch It fo r the
medicine for the bowels.
cl use It bas ■ stone front.
* °ld bL GreBL , l preeenta a problem
Btatea to B r a z i l ^
tv o rV e n balance o f Uls
(or the aanuftcturrrw
THE YOUNGEST FARMER.
M y Hair i
They do not waste any preclou* fluid ol
the Bowels, as Cathartics do.
They do not relax the Intestines by
greasing them inside like Castor Oil or
They »Imply stimulate the Bowel
Muscles to do their work nathrally, com
fortably, and nutritiously.
And, the Exercise these Bowel Muscle*
are thus forced to take, makes them
stronger lor the future, Just as Exercise
makes your arm stronger.
Cascarets are as safe to
use constantly as they are
pleasant to take.
They are purposely put up like candy,
so you must eat them slowly and let them
go down gradually with the saliva, which
Is In Itself, a tine, natural Digestive.
They are put up purposely In thtn, flat,
round-cornered Enamel boxes, to they
can be carried In a man’s vest pocket, o r
in a woman's purs*, all the ttma, without
bulk or trouble.
Price 10c a box at all druggists.
Be very careful to get the genuine,
mads only by the Sterling Remedy Com
pany and never sold In bulk. Every tablet
stamped ” CCC.”
t r F It E X T O O U R
Ws w est ts send to ser friends a bdastifsl
Preset t u ln s d , liOLD-PLATED BORIOR boX,
hsrd-ensmeled la cutor*. It Is a beastr tor tke
dressinf tibie. Ten cents la stamp« Is »skid s* a
musare of gosd fjith and to ctver cost ol C »¿cueto,
wltk w bkk tXIs dà&tr ti Intel is toadud.
laad to-dar, awnttosta« ttts paper. Address
Storila« Xsmsdp Cumpas?. Chica*» pr Dew Tsek.