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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 4 February 1899

A OWN t f A LOCAL . Sunday trains again. Considerable wind this neck. V- Capt, &fanelnl mi In town Saturday irom itotnoit, Tho territorial stipfefrto court con renes the 80th, Ilerbort Douglass was In town Mon day from 11 one. Znchtln Taylor IJrotvn, of Midland, win In town Thursday. Hbmb tJillnM tn ... IlllnrlntllnA momntalrrs was In town Wednesday. Ltorntw Frunklln went tin to Hon well this Week on legal business. W. It f nrk boiihlof Wm. Kdwnrds, Battfrduy, 100 cowh ut 810 per head, HortNi-To Mr. nnd Mrs. Nick Thlile of Otis, Wednesday, Fob. I. a daughter. Hoy. tsUta has been holding a series of meetings at the M. 13. church this week. Mr. and Mrs. Williams have n new girl, who1 put 1 17111 uppeanco Monday luunmiK'' A dirt sidewalk, covered with cinder. hru been put In between tho hotel aud the Tsnslll block, Itev. Sells, of KunsaB, who tarried In inu-ii Inst wuek. loft Monday tor the H10 tlruudc valley and will probably Jucuto nttur litis Unices. Dutinell Oame'ron, of Colema...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 4 February 1899

The Frightful Recerd of the : Year in Marine Accidents The Number of Wrecks at Sea Last Year Was Unprecedented The Loss of Life in Some of the Larger Was Ap' palling Tragic Fate of the Bourgogne, la ptt lllVeMtMMM of the numerous modern annually projected and Irlod'by tha ttnvlHAtnrn of today, ami In sulta of complete ocean chart te ifttinltHK the cmrrenU, trade winds, paths of trartl nnd probable areas nt Imil weather during certain seasons of lh yasr which should be avnlileil by mnrlurs, the reenrd of the wast twelve months show thai the lint of easunl tlM on tho sn In alitrntlnub' liirn'. Not only are these accidents, wrockH mul Injuries Included Among the small or mill ohl-fnahloned sailing sea craft ngagd In the coasting trade, tint it-iatly bnvo they been noteworthy niHoiiK Hi largo ocean I Inert, mul mil Harm of ilollnra' worth of property nii'l raplUI Invested In tint UtMt Improved types of ocean greyhounds mul freight ntesiroors art lying today on the bed of the ocean throu...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 4 February 1899

Want Lonsumpilon? we ara sure you do not. Nobody winti ll. nulllcomei to many thousands every year. Itcomestothote who have had oouKhs and colds until the throat Is raw, and the lining membranes of the lungs are Inflamed. Stop your cough uW.ii I Am mi mm anJ .in.. Ttllwll ll lll.l wmip, wiiu ruu removo the great danger of ruture trouble. Ayer's pectoral slops coughs of alt Mndt. It aoes so oecauie it ta a eootn Ing and heallngremedy of great power. Thls,makea It (lie great est preventive to consumption. Put one of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs A whoJm MdloJ Library Frc. Kef fear f nil IA lUmri to pit roll; ( will nnd TOUi..leeiilweUt oeeki. M&dJoml AtlvtaQ Froo, We hare the eielntlte mirlret ef earn, ef Ibtt mnll tnln'iit bltr.lrlani lain United Siatet. l'nttiilver. lanluii in long etrliie .ml. nenllf d them fr sI'Imic J-u medleel erf, I.e. WtU fr1r all ih little i ului In tour ci. You will receive a ' AdiKM, Im. J. y. AVKn. 1 l-awoll, Mill. ttnalljr l.enther. ...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 4 February 1899

SUN NEVER SETS ON OLD GLORY M8S0N Uncle Sams Territory Now Extends Over Half Way Round the Earth. Id the race against time the United State brat out the aun by two min utes. In other words tho sun never nets on the territory of this land. He fore It eati set In one oxtreme Ita (ace peeps above the ooeon at the other, and on the longest da)' of the year the flag bents the aun nnd has two min utes to spare. Hlxtron minutes are ndded as the extreme limits to any day In the equation of time: the flag has eighteen over tho halt of the twenty four hours. It Is n narrow margin, but It will do, ns tho following demon Htratlon will demonstrate. It was not necessary for the United Stales nary to take the Canaries In order to extend the territory eastward. The taking of Porto Itlro put the ex treme eastern bordora just ninety min utes of longltudo farther east and six minutes of tlmo In the aamo direction. Kiutport. Me., which for all tho life of tho nation before tho Spanish war, held tho hon...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 11 February 1899

THE EDDY mr ?amr vtx v.i i n, ti CURRENT, Homo First, tho World Aftorward. VOL. VII. IjDDY, new Mexico, Saturday, febkuauy 11, isoo. NO. 14. TrBtf itmia.Ui Washington, Fob. 7. Tho treaty of peace negotiated by the commissioners of tho United tSatcn and Spain at t'arla was ytstorday rotlflcd by tho icnate, tho vote being 67 ycu to 1!7 nays, or 1 voto moro than the two-thirds ma jority necessary to securo senatorial conctirrcnco In a treaty dooumcnt. Tho voto wns tnkon In oxcoullvo ecs Ion and until tho Injunction of se crecy was removed tho result was sup posed to bo private, but the vlco pres ident had no more than nnnouifocd tho figures beforo senators rushed out of every door lending from tho Bctiate tlmmber, declaring that tho treaty lind been ratlflcd. Bomo mado tho mlsluko of elating that thcro were 3 votos to eparc. Thero was In fact only 1 vote moro than was necessary, tho ballot resulting 11 yons to 27 nays. Following Is tho voto In the scnato on the ratification of the peac...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 11 February 1899

RATIFICATION OF TREATY WAS ACCOMPLISHED. it Was Carried by a Fraction Over the Ncc GSssry Two-Thirds Majority-The Vote Given by Yeas und Nays. Asutnnltln't Onlcr Marti, rrt. I. A Filipino col onel earot ml yesterday tnttrnluK (mm cr!(mwkh nmtrr n ring t truce. More ml Amrlwit ortteem promptly went to mwt htm, out when the parties mitt (he Ftllptnoi opened Are. The Fill Iilno apologized for the barbarous onndnet of hla troop and returned to lila lines. Tlio American troops nro being promiitly ftirntahmt with supplies of all kinds, htMpltnl attendance In supplied up to tho llrlng line, nnd, In brief, oil tlio wants ot our troops nro met im mediately by tho dirfetent military de partments whoso duty It Is to nttend to ouch matters. Agulnaldo's roclamatlon of Saturday nays: "I order nnd command: "1. That peace and friendly relntlons with tho Americans bo broken nnd that tho latter bo trentcd ns enemies wllfiln tho limits prearrlbed by tho laws ot war. "3. That tho Americans onptured be ...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 11 February 1899

I MY POOR WIFE. BY J. P. SMITH. niiAPrrcn i. "uon't, raw iion'i stnrc ni me iiko thntl" cried my wlfo, leaning forward on her chair and laying her small hot palm ncron ray eyes, with a gesture half scared, halt petulant, that Irri tated me vaguely. "I I don't like It, dear." "I beg your pardon, Helen," t re sponded aomowhat hufllly, drawing hack. "I really wna not hware you objected 10 pointedly to my looking ot you." "I don't I don't!" sho broke In eagerly. "How could you Imagine Hueh Chlng? It was the oxprcsslon of your faeo, I'nul, that took mo back for the moment, when 1 turned my head nnd found you nlttlng there watching mo with bucIi n orltlcnl. earthing sort of look, nlmost n It you you " "As If I what. awecthenrt?" I asked, appeased by the cnrresslng totieh. "As If you nw something In me you could not quite tuako out, and did not Ilka at nil nt nil! Hut I wai mistaken In that, wasn't I. Paul?" Then, after n moment's pause, as I did not reply "fluro It was only foolish fancy ...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 11 February 1899

fUS CUKRSMT. V'.M. II. MUliLAM K Offlclal Paper ot Eddy Coanty. OSklil Ofjtn of Town ot Eddy, rubllih4 ererr RaturOar l Kddr Near Met Ctt.r.4 le Mf H. M lBIJ4lnnlir 8UD8CIIIHTION HATIH. WSt,Y-rir mull per tnnn A. .... By ntliptritx mental SMC. This paper le lr illteuntlnued when tbetuild tlrneesrlreeunleea the wibeerlW cu be feund In Eddy, and then II will m USPuunurl on nxguni, inaut.ii win pud crTVf f rway be la rreirf, ana the eoo int fi treated tli earn ae II the debt wb lor aur other article ot trade. It the paper l nBt wflrtu the moner to rou, ilon't take It, aad Bfcwre nil. On not order it nnlea ru en pur lor It promptly. lrltl tretl apart nonne. "'rff"ir "- .--" t Immigration to the Pecos Valley. The genoral Impression, tnunufiictur d by the promoters of Urination en terprliei Unit this valley was the place for tbo nstern, nottlieniaiid Kurnpean farmer, Is fast being uxplodcU by nat ural luw, which whl llitully atsurt Itself la this cane, as In all others. Some seven or figh...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 11 February 1899

LOCAL. Tho purest of lard at Qotharl'i. Several new buildings will bo put up u.'iiuay snoruy. I. W. Itogom shipped hli fat mut tons to Kansas City, Tuesday. Mrs. Wm. McEwan, who was dan gerously III, Is conrulcsing. Eralle Foox will shortly learo for Correon, Mexico, to tlslt fora couple ofwecks with his paioats. The nuw court bill sets the dates of court for Uddy county the fourth Mon day in teurunry una last aianuny in 0. F. A. Jtobertson has purchased Mr. Hri wn's Interest In tho bluck. smith shop and tho buslnoss will here after be conducted by Mr. Itobortsan. lluck Anderson returned from Hot Spriius, Ark., Wednesday Though somewhat Improved from nls rhauma tism ho caught considerable cold while on tho ours. Angel k McUlle' float tenm run owuy Wodiiesdey, starting itt Muthe eon's warehouse and hanging up on 1 the rook pile In the rear nf tho Osborne block, with little or no damage. ThoU. 8. meat market this weok 'purchased from J, .). Itusoae forty Ave head of corn fed beeves an...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 11 February 1899

A Strange Tribe of Southwest China One of the Most Barbarous Tribes of the Far East. Their Customs and Ways of Living. A Kin nee over lb tnap of China will how a triangular area In th south western eWHW of the great province at Yimnnn. lying; brtwwn the hoAtlwnt t of th. Mekong and Irnwaddy rlv cm. For nearly n rentury tltli region hi tximwil H singular fascination tf explorers nml ethnologist. It might wall be admired for the glorious .lnerallle.1 prospect afforded by Its immense mountain ratines nnd sub tr.ipl.al plHlna. even though It were uninhabited, but H owe a great l of th owrr which It exercises over thr Imagination to tho fun (hut In It dwell one of the strangest rare of th world. Hundreds of travelers hnve sought to tienetrsto Iti Jealously guarded natural barriers; f.w hare r succeeded in the attempt, owing. It is until, to tho ungoYernnble hostlll ty of lis Inhabitants to outside Intrii Ion. Those trnnge beings nro de scendants of the nborlglnoa of Ilitrmoh and northorn...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 11 February 1899

GOOd BKM'd! Your heart beau over one htm dred thouisnd timet, etch dsy. One hundred thouund lupplleaof good or bid blood to your brain. Which It It? If bid, Impuro blood, then your hrsln sches. You are troubled with drowilneti vet cinnotileen. You are as tired In the morning as at night. You hao no nerve power. Your food doea you but IIIIIO ROOU. Stimulant., tonics, headache powaers, cannot euro you; out TBXANBTTES, I 4 S in It makes tha liver. VMntva. sin and bowels perform their proper won. it removas an im purities from the blood. And It makea the blood rich In Its life giving properties. To Haiti nn Reoovony rou will be moro rapidly cured If VOU will tike a liKiilva dosa of AvAr'n nllla irh nlahl Th.u arouse the sluggish liver and thus euro Diuouiness. Wrfta to ewp Doctor. w .hits tht iitluilti Itrtttit nroa f thitiMt ii in uaiitd jtifttOiliti ri (bi iitluilti itrtttit ft nut tislaiBl phtilciani In Sum, VTrllt fflr ill Ua I oarMi, uiitt: vh. j. c. ATxn. Some persons sccra to rnn...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 11 February 1899

AN UHMMATUM. "Anil wo won't over flnlih our new cnctlt now. Maysle?" said Teddle. dole, rulir. "I Mil It a mean ihMnol" cried May- ale. "Mum you ro, Teddle? Did your mamma My you were Jiut obliged tor' Teddle nodded, and hi bluo eye were wUtftil. "Just obliged to. You e, Mnysle, we aro poor.. It In be came my papa died, mnmma soys, nnd that le why we bavo to do without a Brent many thing that we want. Mam ma wo mi sick this aummer that Dr. JnniM Mid die must oomo to tho sea shore to get well. And o wo came, and now wo havon't nny more monoy, and M) wo are juit obliged to go back." Mnyele towed up her bond. "Well. I Just wouldn't. Why don't you stamp ytir feel nnd scream? Thnt'a tho way 1 do when I want aomethlng, nnd Rally nearly always let me hare It." There was a little alienee. Teddle Mined wistfully, nnd Mamie sat with her cttlH In her little brawn hand and her dark eyes (lied thoughtfully on the kpn. Slit wna thinking hard. Suddon 1) he sol upright and her eheeks nam ed excited...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 18 February 1899

wen I Jan v THE EDDY CURRENT. Homo First, tho World Aftorward. VOL. vii. HDDY, NEW MEXICO, SATUKPAY, FEBRUARY 1H, 18M). no. in. AMERICANS CAPTURE THE CITY OF ILOILO. The Second Largesr City in the Philippine Is lands Has Been Captured by the Unit ed States Forces. Hollo Capturtil. Manila, Fb. 14. Tho United Statu force under Brig, Qtn. Miller cap tured Hollo, capital ot tho Island of Panay and tent of tho so-called Gov ernment ot tho Vlscayas federation, on Saturday Inst after a bombardment. The rebels ect the town on flro be fore iracuatlng It, but tho American troop extinguished the flame. Thero were no coiualtlea on tho American aide. Oen. Miller, on receipt ot hi Inatruc tlong from Manila sent natlro commls aloncra oahoro from tho United States transport St, Paul with n communica tion for the robol sovornor ot Hollo, calling upon him to surrendor within n tlmo stated nnd warning him not to mako a demonstration In the Inter val. The rebels Immediately moved their guns nnd prepare...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 18 February 1899

n tl. MU,AN rubltsW. TEXAS IN TINY TYPE. N. M. PASTUftS AND PAN Mi lira nl I'mll.nllnrjr. Httnuvlllc. Tex., Fib. 14 Mrs brake tmt nlKint S o'elork yesterday morning in t It e schoolroom connected wllh the east evil buildings nt (ho penitentiary nmt burned nil tli enM nml went roll ImlMlngt. m also th general offices, 'Mention of Mony Mo ,,,"ik superintendent nmi - Hteer yenrllng In the Children eottn try nre being prieed nt $H, spring-delivery. Wllllntn Clilldrsoa ( Inn Angem iHHicht from It. W. Hooklm fllleen graded Hereford bulls flt IN. stork farmers nre gradually on rroarhtHg HpON III largo pootitfon In Hi country around Ckttdraoa. Cotton seed meat mnk a belter feed for tlnlry row a whew rnlxvtl with nn equal weight o( wheat Urrui. The National Oil company o( Den- lon Mibl to the Sherman Cotton and I Oil company 600 can of cotton teed. Dale lira. here skipped seventeen ram of mill from Henrietta, to Hon-1 hem to be fed (or the am tern itMrhet. : A large number off mlthcountyfnrm...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 18 February 1899

MY POOR WIFE. BY J. P. SA1ITH. OHAPTHR III. At Iho end of tho cedar-walk I took tip my position, llRhtod a cigar, and tried to wait ns patlontly ns I could. It war n lovely evening In Into June, ntiil (he drowsy hum of the boos, mingled with the brenth of roue and eyrlngas, coming from tho old Kngllsh garden behind tho walk. sent my thotinhtn wandering baolc to aoothcr evening In Juno, juitt n year ago, when I had sat on tho same bench, burning with love nnd suspense, waiting, to nsk the fair lady who had given mo tryst today to bo my wife. Wo had known oach other from childhood, nnd during my sister's lifetime llttlo Kdlth had lived almost as much with tin as nt the Hall. I remember I had pro posed to her nt tho early ago of four teen and had been (avombly answered. "Yob, Paul," tho young lady had said, lifting up her rosy Hps for my nhecplsh kiss. "I will marry you, bb you nr tho eldest, nnd have naked mo lint nnd then, when you're dead I'll marry Arty, If he's good." To whloh arr...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 18 February 1899

THS CUKKSMT. WM. H. M UI.LANB Official Piper ot Edty County, Officii! Orgm ot Town of E4dy. i, . . .. j HuMliht4 erttr Samtdtr t Mill New Mtl Saorad li IWdl H, .1 , f.l nt el ted tltn wtlir jJtlUSDit FlP IS IMV. atmseiiirrioN hatkh. WKEKl.Yfl mill per tannin tl.to. By till pet ill wonttii II.W. ThlTpiper U alweys illieoiitlnuejl when tb palu time ein.r unlet, the wtMfffir niiM tsund In fcddy, and llii It will b dltecntliiued on riiuet. tliouli the tub ertbermty be In trresre. ami the Mount U (rented the www at It the, debt vat tor any oilier srtlsle of trade. It tit pnperl not worth the money to you, don't lake It, and above all, do not order It unlet yoti en uay tor It promptly, tor It la (oread upon no one Substitute fur (-. H. No. .Ill, which provides for thu sale "t peraniuil jiro jierty under process of any court and under chattel nmrtK'iKo litis passed the council. t'nder the provisions of tin' dill the posting "f lx ""lid 1)1118 almil liu sullltrient nntlllcatlon. Tho ronl es...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 18 February 1899

LOCAL . The purest or lard at Gerhntt'i. WB Mcfcwsnthlted RoitrllUit W.A. Watklns' little alrl Hetty It nwn with crrlD. Ml JlUOUUIVlimi General Manager Nichols hai been lown ior a isn uii II. J. Jatnea returned jrcalb. My from flying buslucss trip to El Puso. lit t ill 1. a I- - AAtllnm ltt. M na Am w nnmn in 11 iih w hi i. T Hill U W lilO llWItjU vwtw-- T. J. Welch loft for visit In hi. old niiiu in aiiiiiuij. mil iil'uiiiiiuuji flurVfl nin nlontlf til on tho river and iniiiM iifA Imvltiiyn Itannv limn. Geo. If. Webster shipped his ahecp VmlnnHitntf npnnm flfin til fltt Mlfim Ifl Cnmus Gllr. lir n. II. Wrtsht tian moved his ofll o from Tanslll block to rooms 4 and 5 1 III 111 IIIUBUl. S. T. Mtilnir departed for eastern It... ......I. M.lMtill lita alnrtlf HU B Villa ftlin iwj'i" - M .1 . .1 .,. L...HI.IB r w " Frt'd Uutter has recovered from his CCI1I llllll'B" unu mill iui.vi hotos nt prices to tun tni' twits Mithuru's Colored Minstrels gave l!lr-hrforiiiitiico In thu nnera house ...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 18 February 1899

i TIME FOUND JIER OUT Ito IotmI her. He meant to tell litr M, nnd the moment fur doing no Mill eeme. 'Hie fluffy geklon limit was fry iwr, n few words bait Wen tken. when the door opened and iftki MUftiUin entered. A frewn clouded the brow of Dr. Itritrih Stanton, the eminent young physician who everybody declared wwHkl make his fortuHP In hie pre tmto. nntl pretty Nellie gATllle ee raped, Rtflil to tilde her limbed cheeks from her cousin's Jealous eye. Mr Haitian threw herself languid lr into the do the ef ah may choir. "to I hurt) found ym at last, my dear Halph. I have boon seeking yon fw ih last Uwr." lie hated this woman. Ill afdto of her dark, witching bemily. Ilia uncle liad found that beauty Irreatatlble and by a late marriage robbed hla nephew of lh quarter of a million which ha had taught him to xiei would ee day be hl "What did you want with me?" he nuked curtly. Yt.n are erne.- I wanted ywtr so rletl -nothing more, la there any thing fttranse In thatt" ' Mmt (lettering u...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 18 February 1899

D it Hangs on It ll wis only health, we might let It cling. Out It It n cough. One cold no looncr pines off before mother comet, But It't the ttmo old cough all tho time. And It's tho time; old story, too. Thero Is first the cold, then tho cough, then pneu monia or consumption with the Ions ttcknest, and llfo tremb ling In the balance. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral I loosent tho grasp of yourcough. Tho congestion of tho throat and lungs ft removed; alt In flsmmstfon Is subdued; the pans aro put perfectly at rest and the cough drops away. It has no diseased tissues on which to hang. Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster draws out Inflammation of the lungs. Art la o Fraot It.metnuer we hire a Meillfal r)ep.rt- ( J ml tilt any eiiiiipUlnt what oetire iito u niewrai an twmlblv obtain. doctor fr.ely Vim will mem. r nl you can sroratit rlv. without cod. AJJf ill, I'll J (' AVKII. lill, Mail, writ tue receive a m 1 FARM SEEDS Ulttr'i lull trl VTirrMte ti TtUtu. Fllli.tntL Ml,.. Ill ..i.rbu.f. an II ...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 18 February 1899

1 r r. nM ' M -. tm Umt W Mr k M M MM) KW V N. t ft - ft f H MM . rM In U b il -Ml MM 4 Nturtikiir') j M ft MM1 h it. m!2&mUhw jfc- M-t W M MM WASHINGTON ANGliY. JSUT DID MB BWEAH AT DATTLE OF MONMOUTH? Wmdltlmi Amrro That lit) Uml an Untti Certainly llmt HiitTlcltiit 'roo cation for flirting l4iif ui ()mrl La Ilia VIclliUi KADITION Bays Hint on ono occii Ion Hut fntlior of hla rountry no fur furgot his religious training and prin ciples ai to liavo U801I an oatli. Pro fanity door not comport with the generally aocoptod charactor of Ueorgo ."Washington, and there arc many who deny the tradition. It was at tho battle of Monmouth where Washington li supposed to liavo GEN. LEE. lost his lompor and aworo at Gen. GhnrltM Lou for dlsobeyliiK orders and retreating, thus endangering tho whole 'American army. It ever man was tried, It was Washington at Monmouth, and If over profanity was excusable It you on that occasion. I.op. aocordlng to some historians, was n designing traitor, who, ...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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