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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 15 April 1899

opened tho the Harris The town'nesds athoroagb cleaning, L. Langford U down With the meas les. Jno. O'Bryan Uin town from Mid land. Deo Pollard bai hemerogo of the lungs, Mr. and Mrs. Cbas, Lewis havo a sick baby, J. II. Moore, o Midland, Texas, man was here Tuesday, Will Nesblt made a tying trip to Itoswell, Wednesday. 0. B. Wllllngham, the big cattleman, was In (own Thursday, That tired feeling, caused by spring weather, Is almost epidemic . Itemember the band concert and that tho band will furnish tho music. Ouy Benson Is honio from a trip to Kansas City, having roturned Monday. Thero aro dozons of strangers on too street Oils week, and cowboys without end. , II. Gamble is bavlntf his store re. arranged and fixing things up In gen cm!. Col. E, IS. Ely, the Texas & I'aclOc land man, went north on Monday's train. Henry Broero has a child that isnrery sick from the effects of swallowing gravel. II. E. Garter and 0. L. Ballard, of Itoswell, were southbound passongors Tuesday. Wed...

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. — 15 April 1899

4 TIIE DAGUERHEOTYPE "It'll an Intuit," said John Stonej "you shall tend them right baok. You're Juit a near a rolatlvo as the Cordons, yet tbejr bMO got evorythlns, Just became thoy were there when your aunt died; and then bceauso tlioy knew you were entitled to something, in fact. Just ai much as they, from her state, tboy have aent you tlilt col lection of odda and ends." "Hush, John; never mind. It's not worth talking about, and wo might Just as well make the best of It. Ueggars can't be choosers, you know, sagoly remarked his wife. Tho rauso of this outburst wns on oblong green pnstobonrd box, which had Just arrived, and whoro contents, ca Kleanor Stono snld, woro not worth the express paid ou It. An accom panying note, addressed to Mrs. Stono In explanation of tho box, wn as fol lows: "Dear Itleanors I sond you here with what mother, May and I havo pkked out as your sharo of Aunt Mar ia's belongings. They worsn't ns ranch as anticipated, and wo divided the rest among ourselves...

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. — 15 April 1899

w pMmmimmmt!mmvm.ii mmmmrnmmmmmMJmiMtmu hiiiiiiiiwwi mimiwuBuuinw WIHB WALKINO AT NIAQAnA. Tht Adtentoroo Illondln Ha lis No old-time doctor discards the medicine which cm show in unbroken record of Fifty Years of Curt.,, To those doctor, who went bo ind down the country In every kind of wind and weather, fahMul, patient, ind true, Ayer'l Sam-. parlHs owes its frst success. Today any doctor of repute who prescribes any Sarsaparitta prescribes Ayer s. We haye tnoawds of testimonials from doctors ill over this ltnd that it is tbe ono safe Sarsipartlli, and the doctors know wbat it is, because wo have4 been giving tbe formula of it to tbem for over balf i century.v This is why Ayers is "tbe leader of tbem all," not because of mucfi advertising nor because of wbat we put tround tbe bottle, but. because ofwhatt is in tbe bottle. It is the one safe spring medicine for yoti. A Natural Black Is Produced by Buckingham's Dns. CURE TOURSriFT 'OtfBE !.. hl U tut dlithirgtl, liimB1 irrlletioae r...

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. — 15 April 1899

MONUMENT TO DAVIS. TENNESSEE WILL HONOR ONE OP BRAVEST. Although rrdoo Vfae Offered lllm on tha Scaffold lie Tfoald Not lletrsr Conndenea Korttiy ot m IMaee with .Nathan Hat. (Nashville Loiter.) 'TennetMo will toon oroct a atatuo to Sam Davis, tho Confederate spy. who died m bravetr as did Notharr Hale during the revolution. Barn Davis was a trooper In tho Second Kentucky cavalry, Confederate State army. lo wan 19 year old when bo met his tragic end. Karly In November, 1863, with other, he was detailed to pene trate the Union lines In Tonnetteo and necttro Information a to tho position and strength ot the Union force un der General Dodge, then operating In (lint seotlon of the country. He was Ailing under orders ot aenoral Ilragg, tho confederate commander, and wa to reort by n eoiirlor lino to his chief at Missionary Ridge. When Davis and his compnnlnn received their or ders they were told of tho hazardous mission which they had to portorm. The young Cunfrdemtn scouts did UNIVERSIT...

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. — 22 April 1899

11 Connie r UO td THE EDDY CURRF.NT Homo First, tho World Aftorward. h VOL. VII. EDDY, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APKIL 22, 180!). NO Oil- ... . i mmm mm . Alimiloan. SIlMlng. Washington, April 10. Tho nary dop.irtmont has Riven out tho follow Ing dispatch from Admiral Dowey: Manila, April 18. Secretary of tho truvy, Washington: Yorktown visltod Baler, Luzon, wist coast of Luzon, i. I , April 12 for tho purpoto of rescuing nnd brlur'ng nwny tho Spanish foroei, insisting of olghty soldiers, throo offi cers and two priests, who wero Bur naundod by -100 Insurgents. Soroo of fho Insurgents, nrined with Mnusor rifles by nntlvos. Lieut. J. C. Qllmoro, whllo making wis ambushed and onpturod. Fato un known, na tho lnsurgonts refused to communicate afterward. Tho fol low ing are missing: Tho oinoer previously roforml to, Chlof Quartermaster Wal ton. Coxswain J. Hllsworth, Ouunor'a Mate B. J. Nygard, Sallmnhor Van dolt. Sonmen W. II. Itynders nnd O. W Woodbury. Apprentices I). O. A. Neville, A. J....

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. — 22 April 1899

1 Bddjj8ttmnt. tft U. MOLL.vy TuMUtiir. EllDt, . . r. . . . N. J OMd lock U the most popular brand of nerve food. rcnury l wages ( the often the unexpected The nwn who rlilos n hobby it Hpt to dartae tut ImbUes ef ethers. 'L.glttaWr. The senate met Monday morning with eighteen members present, three lees than a quorum. A call wea or dered and after a wait of twenty mln utee Adjournment until 3 o'clock Mon day evening war taken. The senate met at 3 o'clock without a quorum nml a reeese of thirty min utes wni taken. Upon reconvening the senate wan till without a quorum and a en II wan ordered. After several more motions riar.llr rMt. I Cltmtsr DUei.MMl. The senate was called to order The Dallas city chnrter bill waa laid promptly at 10 o'clock Saturday. As a hetoro the senate again Thursday. Buitalntd Chair, The chair laid tho special order be foro thr senate Friday, a housa bill re. recess was taken from Friday, and B ouoreu an nnmnme latins tr tho Investment of tho per- not nn adjou...

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. — 22 April 1899

MY POOR wife: BY J. P. SMITH. CHAPTMt XVIH.-(Contlnuod.) "I mndo cnutlouii Inquiries, nnd found to my surprise that my tnlior nblo Identity was qtilto lout. I lind glvon no hint, uttored no namo during my stay there, that would lead to dls covory. 1 learned that tho clothes I woro when taken up by tho pollco wero mcro rags ot tho ooarsost, most loathsome kind, and n bit ot soiled pa per bearing the name 'Kllznbeth Thompson' found In tho pocket ot tho dress served na my cortmente ot Imp ,tlm. nnd so Elizabeth Thompion I re mained to nil who met mo during tliOHo seven years, When and how my olothoa wero changed and stolen, as thoy undoubtedly were, I don't remsm bor. After throe years I wn ills charged nn cured, nnd, br I had shown eomo cnpahlllty for nursInK during nn opldomlo thnt visited the asylum, n kind nun who hnd ehnrgo ot tho Cath olio ward offered to eel mo a plnco ns Attendant In n hospital, whero I re mained some time," "And you novor thought of mo novcr longod to see mo, ...

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. — 22 April 1899

THG CURKSMT. WM. II. it ui.LAN It ODlclal Paper o( Eddy County. Official Orgic ot Town of Eddy. riaim la wawj n. i, it wat aMt ft Mil; New Max BiTuaiut Artl, V i I89U. ?! HUIIHUIIIITIUN llATBK WKSKI.Y-nr mll par aaaam Mr Billftt hi Hiwitti ...11.00. ...1140. Tho business in eu or HUdy nro ap proached noaiijr ovory weak by travel ling hawkers of somo of tho foreign printing iIioihi and only too freqitanU ly dooi tho Innvkor otirry oil job print ing which can and Is done at homo In a bettor manner and often 11 done for leu money. llesldut this tho proprie tor of tho homo papers nro willed up on ouoli wek to glvo amounti ranging lrom a lew dlinos to moral dollars to tiHlit tho name business inon who send tholr printing away. Only tho other day this paper was oulled upon to pay its sharo toward building large stock pon that Hid business men might re ceive more trade, and sourcoly a week iraHi that some ohuroh nrgnnUallon doos not receive freo notices and con tributions from the papers. ...

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. — 22 April 1899

485 LOCAL . jep organUo a flro department. Coninirum tuppor Thursday tbo jxs. Lawronco Wilson It vory ill tbli woex." mJss Balllo Arcliirf .baa .recovered Jr6rf)(5r'recont Illness. " J, p, penny tho well known traroU DK'rijnrii was here Wednesday. Coat.s, of Malaga,, Is listed among M'S Kfff? patients (bis week f. Jbi. Flnloytho Koswell lumbtr Ujoji; jrns In totyh Monday on busl- Pjr. Vhlchor says measles aro so numerous thoro'a no counting tho 4m-" jy m. II. Mullnno returned Tuesday mM from tbo oast via ibo now asjlurko, a Ft. Worth peddler, nr flW cJocr'tlay 10 Ijook Undo in this. JI. Jj. Slaughter, n gold wire artist is nn arrival in town with h,oodciuartutw t,Ln,vr-r,ty'. JJy.Bcarup hns been again apppinlod (n member of tho territorial board of efynl examiners, peroral thousand head of cattlo will jbp shipped this month over tlicl', V & N. K. lly.'.lo the not;Ui. Mrs.fJcp. Mo Donald and baby, at ..Kavnn ")llyoxfl,ttro very 111 and Dr. Wrlght wan called Saturday. Tiio how bla...

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. — 22 April 1899

IN THE BACKWOODS OF BRAZIL. Cuvaba, the Tlirivinfl Metropolis of a Little Known Country. The seenrry of the San Iorento and Cuyaba river ) very tropical. There are many palms. There ore ootton troci which have balls of cotton on them big as orangoii. Others lmvo blossoms of a silky fiber which hongs down In great cones o( white. This uttirT It uiod by the people for making pillows. Ouynba hni about 30,000 people It in surprisingly row) elty for lti loon tlnn and very much up-to-dnle. It hni nowxpflpom, hospi tals and schools. It haii waterworks, a street car line and a mtliMlral. In Its cotlego French, .Cngllsh and Portu guese are tnnsht. Jind In It orphan nylum there are 300 boys. Tho town wn founded in 3731, btng laid out In Portuguese stylo with R very pretty jilnai anil nark. It It altuated about two mllfi from th river, and you ran ride to It on one it tho tamo town or you may go on n ntreot car drawn by miilee. Tho country sur rounding Cuyabn Is rlrii agriculturally, and I am ...

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. — 22 April 1899

A r 4 QONFIDEHGE HELPS m CURE ONE reason Mrs. Pinkhntn'a treatment helps women so promptly In that they have oonflthnne In her. Through some of the many thousands of Mr. Pink ham's friends an ailing woman will bo led to writo to Mrs. Plnkham at her homo In Lynn, Mais., and will tell her symptoms. The reply, mado without chargo of any kind, will bear such evldcnco of knowledge of tho trouble that belief in her ndvlco at once Inspires hope. frl.l. nt it.ilf tn n frrxnl liMtv Then tho knowledge that women only see tho letters asking for advice and women only assist Mrs. Plnkham in replying makes it easy to bo explicit about the Uttlo things that defino the disease. Mrs. Eliza Thomas, of 634 Pine St, Easton, Pa writes! Dear Mrs, Pimkham 1 doctored with two of the best 1 doctors in the city for two years and had no relief until I began tho use of your remedies. My troublo was ulceration of the womb. I suffered something terrible, could not sleep nichts and thought sometimes that 1 death ...

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. — 22 April 1899

JOHN BULL'S PACIFIC NAVAL STATION. Esquimau, t, the Portress Which Is Designed to Protect Victoria. The resent ahlnmtnt ovor the Cann. dlan Pacific of many hoary guns nnd much war material to the new naval station al lgfiilmnttlt indicates the inienuon or mo llrlUsh government 10 oreet, at the gateway of IJrltlsh Columbia, n Pneine Gibraltar, whlth will render the Ilrltliih possessions In tnu quarter f the world obsolutoly aecure against aggression by any other injiicy 01 ureal iiritnin over lnr It became a naval power ha been to eelze strategic points and forti fy them ao strongly ,ti to render them invmnerawe, and Mine, bv their iw session, control Immense stretches of a ami large land territories which could not be held In any other way ave by a Rreat outlay. ThU pollry la Illustrated In the Mediterranean, for Instance, by a ilmple statement. Al tho western extremity of this groat inland ocean Ilngland holda nibmltnr. which haa long borne the reputation of helng the strongest for...

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. — 29 April 1899

0 'r THE EDDY CURRENT. Homo First, the World Afterward. VOL. VII. EDDY, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 21), 1801). NO. 25. i ROUTED BY THE AMERICANS. The Ineurgcnts In the Trenches Near Cal umpit Made a Stubborn Resistance, but Had to Flee, Tirtorloiu Again, i Manila, April ICdcn. MaoArthur's division fought It way to tlio Filipino 'trendies before Caluroplt ycstorday,ad vnnclng four miles, moitly throuuh woods nnil Junglo and crossing the Dahbng river. This was accomplished at a coat to tho Americans of ilx killed and twen-ty-olght woundod, ttio first South Da kola regiment bolng tho heaviest loser. After fording tho rlvor tho South Dakota men pursued tho Insurgents to tho outskirts, but tho town was found to bo so strongly protected that den. MacArthur doomed It best to with draw tho tired flghtors and go Into camp tor a night's rost boforo making ,the final assault. Tho largest buildings In Cnlumplt 'woro being flrod by tho Filipinos while 'tho Americans woro crossing tho rlvor full...

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. — 29 April 1899

(Eddajfarrcnt. WU II. MULl.AXgj 1'uWUlitr. EDDY . . . . . N, M, All men mux be litre but all Han are not men. A woman can mnho anything she want to. a pie out at The meanest people on earth faaey ihat they are better than ethers. Man sometimes fsnelss that sin li taken out of aim when be baa last unly bis conceit. TEXAS IN TINY TYPE. Mention of Many Ma Jor and Minor Mat ters Material. Dal tat senate The light of friendship la like Uie light of phosphorite eeen plainest when all around la dark. Germany doe nnl want any trouble In Samoa, bat, according to nil no counti, every bit of trouble there beora a Qerinan brand. ThU fad of sending messenger boys from tanrion Is net neeompllshlng much, but It Is giving the bays n rhnnee to tee a large and Irajirtaslvo rorld. There are humane gentlemen In Georgia, Mississippi, nnd Arknnna who will continue to worry over tlio manner In which tho poor Philippines are being shot dawn. Thero are moments when ono can not holp but suspect the American ...

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. — 29 April 1899

0 Qtmr Ae4nmt.1l, Philadelphia, Pa., April 22. Matthew Btanloy Quay was yestordey declared by a Jury of his poem to bo not utility of tha chnrgo of conspiring to the uio of hli own unlowful gain nnd profit the fundi or tho state of Pennsylvania da posited In tho Peoplo'a bank of this city. This verdict was announced by the foreman of tho jury itl 11 o'clock. At the time tho Jury oamo fifing Into tholr places thorn were comparatively few pcoplo In the courtroom. Tho rnlo regarding admission that has prevail cd slnco the trial began was atrletly ndhorcd to. There was an nltompt at a demon titration, but this was ntornly repress cd by tho court officers whoso loud shouts of "order" nnd allonro was ef fectlre In silencing those Jubilant spirits who wished to give vent to their eatlsfnetlon by cheering. Tho offi cers woro unnMc, however, to lcecp back those who struggled to get to Bonntor Quny and congratulate him. Chairs wero upset, tables woro brush ed nsldo and hats wero smashed by th...

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. — 29 April 1899

THS CUKKSKT. WM. II. M X I. T. x x r. oiMft. Paper ol EddV County. 01ifcl Orjan ol 1rn of&Hy. . I'ji.ilMiea etc KalMol in 844, fMMrtir al KeMj . Jl.a.l. ire a. tHdeltM iMIir aitmtOfllTlON HATWK wkhHl.v Mali per Hm.m.... Hf null f l m.iulaa M.W. Wulrr wnt tuniKl on III Ilia mbfi? fonnUilii TiimliO', nrnttiRomtmla hav ing Iwen made with the railway company iy the iitniini:emeiit of tliu Cnrrwit fur the wntor to run durlnif tli dimlnw. Tliti wutor wns IwimmI ylili 11 it iitiil(raliititllnR that thu rntttitiilii would not bo alluwud lo supply residents mill ntlior patron of the eainrmtiyi tliern IioIiik no nlileo Un to the iim nf tho watur at thn foimU'lii for tli purpoM It wni itf. till! d- drinking wntur und Inr wntur- Itu working antmttls. Wntor will ho Sirtit oir from the fountain should It l0 wrrlml away by fanner or reelilmiUt or IMily, und tho parties who curry the wnkrnwny will bo prosecuted. Mover jmwIiiK through (own will ho nllowud the prlvlloiro tt filling tholr vowels, ...

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. — 29 April 1899

If i 9- LOCAL . Very .'lot weather (ho past bolt. Tho roUtiU-up outfit Is now on Ulack river. II. L. (Irconwas In town Tuesday from Atnnrlllo. JIL.Fottor, llfa druggist loft for Socorro Saturday. II. 15. TltiiB, of Kansas City, regis trrcd at tho Schlllz Wednesday. Miss Hosslo llalloy wont tin to linger man this week to visit witli her parents for a inontlf. One shcop man near Ft Stockton lost 1200 out of a Dock of 1&0 sheep by hall recently. Itov. Kcll returned hortfo Tuesday from attending tho Presbytery at Abllonc, Toxas. Frank Joyco went up to Jloswoll this week to attend tho wedding, to turning Thursday. (leorgo Tracy oatne In last weok from his water prospect in Dog canyon and reports no success no yet, II. N. (lurrett mid wife- of Midland went north Monday to Hoswcll, where Mr. (larrctt lias lartru business Inter ests. llev. U. T. Matthews, presiding elder; will preach ut tho M. It. church Sun day morning and evening, and all uro Invited. Tho first story of llarllcld k Ca...

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. — 29 April 1899

(lotit ttrlrfc Mntl-r. "Bay, thnt vm a mighty hftncst looking eld farmer." Mid the eman loafer, as the client went out. "Just the kind of good. whole-souled faee to invite confidence." MJmt what An I km been doing," the lawyer explained. "Ilo Is In to see About n little gold brisk trammitton ho wae drawn Into." Ir I often hmIom breeth In nrgwwont. to waste your fnil I-nlnr. He wan Just learning Krench, end when hln friend on mo In he Mid, of faring a rlmlr: "Asseyox-vous lol, mon "fet tne," enld the visitor. "But I dent' mind sitting down." And ho did. 1'and of III! "UncU." Mini Prank Oeorgo seems awfully fond of hi titielo. Mian ahnrpe How Ro? Miss Frank- Why. he's let him have hln wntoh, rhnln. stud nnd ring since I hnvo known him, nnd that's only a month. Win-pin Uflillh Party. I'rolmhly few have over heard of Keenly Ml tho girls glvo up their music when thoy marry. A Mrwus .tlnii't S-rrM. The -trcmaest men on enrth -nve thn necret of nto wonderful power In per- sueh n function n...

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. — 29 April 1899

1 Public opinion is never far wrong . You can cheat it for a time, but only for a time. The average life of a patent medicine is less than two years. They arc pretty well advertised, some of them, but it isn't what is said of them, but what they arc able to do which carries them through the years. Avars Sarsaparilla (which nude SimpirilU ftmous) has never recommended itself to do what it Irnrw nf itcftlf it rmilrl nnt An. Tt tins never JJ Vft kijr m wwakA aawv aw tar mm t m been known as a cure-all in order to catch I all. For half a century it has been the one true, safe blood purifier, made in the best way out of the best ingredients. Thousands of families are using it where their fathers and grandfathers used it before, and its record is equaled by no other medicine. Is the best any too good for you ? now hints yon ooup i.ovBntv BoflMtlon Which Might Improva lb Maying of Hi. Clam. Juiit At present golfing, except to ft minority composed of sueh crank, a run eneh and overy pastlmo...

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. — 29 April 1899

CAPTAIN (MAS. KATE. HE EXECUTED THE LINCOLN ooNSPinATons. IWeollecllone of an mnt That Thrilled Ilia Whole World--It It How an rmplo; ot Id lUllMrsr Mall Btrrlc or lb United Stale. Captain Chnrlos Hath oC Jaokeon, Mick., ivm saw more of tho Lincoln conspirators during thotr oonflneroont tli nn any othor man and who win de tailed by tho war departmet ns thu ex coutlnuer 0 thoso who were condemn ed la death, U now on employe ot tho postomeo department bolng a clerk In the railway mull servle. At the outbreak of me war lit enlisted In tho Seventeenth Michigan, wlUi tho rank ot second lieutenant, and saw native service until tho slots ot tho war. Ho was Riven tho position ot aid on tho etaff of Oe,i. Ilnrtntnft, and wns iwrv itiR In this capacity whon the general va hoatlly summoned to tVMhlngton early In April, 1S0S. Although tho gen. oral and hi itaft started Immediately for tho oapltnl, It was not until tho iiewH line aprend thrntighout the army that the president had fallen under th...

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