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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 September 1904

mmBMKSi s ^ ty^HP—WP .. ...... ,... . aaaaaa; rryrwrTniB * HM&, ^ s^Sj .■jhspB r"1- ' V *jf fi mw. m ^ Miss Hapgood fells how she escaped an awful operation by using Lydia E Pinkham's Vege- table Compound. A •• Dxxb Mas. PnntHAii:—I suffered (or four years with what the doctors eallsd Salpingitis (inflammation of the fallopian tabes and ovaritis), which is * most distressing and painful ailment, affecting all the surrounding parts, undermining the constitution, and tap- ping the life forces. If you had seen me a year ago, before I bepran taking llijdia E. Pinkham's vegetable Compound, and had noticed the sunken eyes, sallow complexion, and general emaciated condition, and com- pared that person with me as I am to- day, robust, hearty and well, you would not wonder that I feel thankful to you and your wonderful medicine, which restored me to new life and health in five months, and saved me from ap awful operation."— Miss Irenb Hapqood, 1023 Sandwich St. Windsor, Ont>—#5000 for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 September 1904

■ v<-v- • ' ►ISiifSi.'- ' J^*"'••i'" t /dpi>** -M ■; o^:; -•? .-Usag ■}.:■■ •■ w-fttrri r' i I itek SOCIETIES. |—.—■■■'■■ ■" « -j sm set camp, No. 1201 «* Home and Foreign News «• I w. o. w. I I ilSfe V W. O. W.| Meats every let and 3rd Friday in fhe month. Visiting brethecn are oordially invited to meet with as. Chris, Baamgarten, Jr. C. 0. Rudi. Nordhauaen, (Jlerk. , mCKVMiBJTBVMtff LODGE JYO.HQ K.ofP. Masts erery 1st and 3rd Wednesday night in the)* Senelemann's hall. All visiting Knights are oordially inrlted to attend the meetines of the lodge A. B. CAMPABELL, C C. B. V. JOHNSON,1£. of H.& S. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. *. W. f yt.JU. Meets on Friday on- or before the first full moon in each fhonth. Transient brethren are oordially invited to at- tend. R. S. Tanxbb^W- M Frkd Ebkung, Sec'y WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174 1.0. 0.f. MAP SHOWING THE PROGRESS OF THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR FROM THE OUTBREAK TO THE RE. TREAT OF KOUROPATKIN FROM LIAO-YANG. Meets regularly each Tuesday nigh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 September 1904

- - J 5 • '" - III n li 1 nHf^PI^I t - ii :' if - .r ,.j.Zg£} Wwr*\f '"i ,r ;. 4 «*- PRINT llflnfree, Publisher. iPlain Words j(re Goer the 33est. One Dollar a Pear. -. ■ i — VOLUME XI. SCHULENBIJRG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1904. NO. 8. = mW?. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR; I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. *'*• SCHULENBURG. TEXAS finadBwNw of staaftrt utf Tloroflg&bri^ horses MM and Rulstmd Heisteto CATTLE Tha famous standard bred Stallion J B, and roughbred stallion Panmur* tly located at my Farm. 986.00 cash with return privilege Me of failure to foal. Oorrea- roepeotive purchasers of Fine resoect-follv solicited. , /. PANMURE S* . - k WjM Si i ; 1 Best of Everything In Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods and Delicacies, Country Produce, etc., etc., My stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, X, Hats and Notions will bear close inspection. L; In Style and quality they are up to the stand- % ard, they are Honest Goods for Honest People- APPRECIATE YOUR PA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 September 1904

a® H#f< wjggg^m^^ mmmmrn ifiiriKii irltmlfi w£mmim mtimiii & I giSSW i * P ' ' ■ gljjSsp . w# fc I tzzmzi gfl Since Mother's Gone. Knee mother's gone I miss the smile And gentle voice that used to cheer My boyish heart, day after day. And put to flight each care and fear Which chanced to be along inj way- No more about the humble home I see her ply her daily care, Or hear her sing some sacred song. Or plead with God in fervent pray'r For right to triumph over wrong. be, as much as to say: "You may look fierce, but—who's afraid?"—St. Nicholas. ~ hear some sacred song - Or hallowed hymn she used to sing. Or pray the pray'r she used to pray That I to Him may firmly cling 5 - "Who was her comfort day by day. The mem'ry of her holy life Remains to cheer me on my way, Strengthens my soul as I press oil Amid life's toil, from day to day. . To that sweet place where mothers Son®- • ^ —Alva N. Turner, in Washington Pont. Fun with a Fly Seesaw. Here is an amusing little trick that you ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 September 1904

X sjs iiSOm wr,| aifaaHaaiMiig as«sias«sj8s«s.«s«s«sis!s4 A Necklace of Love. m So ' rubies of red for my lady- No jewel that glitters and charms, But the light of the skies In a littla one's eyes. And a njcJUace of two little arms. Qf two little srns that are clinging (Oh, ne'er was a necklace like this!) And the wealth o' the.world and love'a sweetness imp«arled In the joy of a little one's kiss. A necklace of love for my lady, That was linked by the angels above, No other but this—and the sweet tender kiss That sealeth a little one's love. —Frank L. Stanton, in Home Chat. SNAKES HAUL HIS BOAT. is, ^r/Z/Zm77fMZ£T ngry, discouraged and penni- erican of 24 sat oil a bench alameda at Quillaine, in one South American states. It was t. The band played and the promenaded. ad made a long journey over the mountains, after meeting with all kincjjs of bad luck, and on the morrow would £sk the American consul to ship him home as a "distressed." He had not tasted food for twenty-four hours, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 September 1904

£be Sticker. RAYMGftD WISFREE, Editor and PublisFr SUBSCRIPTION,$i.oo PER annum Entered at the Schnlcnburg postofflce as second-class matter. The Stickitr Invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of tho town. If you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a line that wo may make note of it. Bat be sure tc sign your name to it as an evldonce of its genuineness. THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1904. OUR CHOICE it For President anil Vice-President. Have yon planted that fall gar- den? And Kuropatkin informed the Czar that his evacuation of Liao Yang was unavoidable. We are of that opinion too. We have noticed a few boys who are loafing the streets who would be better of in school. Boys, an education is most essential for the future life thst is before you. The latest parody on the song, "Under the Bamboo Tree," is by "Zerf'in the (New Orleans)Times Democrat, accompanied by an il- lustration of a big buck negro, representing the negro vote, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 September 1904

gBp m HORNER'S either Cash or Trade HORNER'S. u oompil- , accord- lOt© 17 arrived at and finite in the city a! F. F. Scbaefer's. Mr; Joints Schwartz was in Se- guln Tuesday. Fancy candy that is candy. Get it at Henry Meyer's. Mr. J. T. Hngbes was in Seguin on business last week. For first-class pianos and organs call on Schwarts & Kims Piano Co. Miss Jessie Bverton was a visitor in Mr. Fred Breymana was in Yoa- kum on tasiaess (?) Sunday. Mr. Will Turner of the Golden Rod country is in the city. Mrs. Julius Schwartz has re- turned from the World's Fair. Try the Paul Laundry on ahirt work they are fine. Fsxd EBKLiHg, Jr. Agt. Mr. Wm. Keuper, jr., is enjoy- ing the sights at the St. Louis Fair. Do not frit to attend the concert tonight at Turner hall for the bene- fit of the Methodist church. May Grafs. Bazar Glove-fitting Catalogues at H. Miss Louise Wolters visited rel- atives in Shiner Sunday. The best home made ice cream you can get any where at F. F. Schaefer's. Mr. Chas. Sch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 September 1904

. -m m i «tv i niiiiin IMPORTANCE OF THE ARMY MANEUVERS AT MANASSAS Vi mm ■ mmmmrnm The army maneuvers at Manassas pre of deepest Interest to students pf military problems, not only in this country, but abroad. A body of 36,000 troops, embracing not only all the branches of the regular service, but militia from various states, had the experience of camp life on a monster scale •with field operations of the most instructive nature. So large a force had never before assembled in time of peace in. this Country, and American citizen soldier#- have never jiad the benefit of such instruction. Many problems •will be solved by these maneuvers. They will serve, for one thing, to show, whether the work of a general staff is as great an Improvement on the old system as it hi i been expected to be. They will b tog out clearly what improvements } re been made in the commissary J to take care of themselves in the field. The state camps can not sup- ply the necessary experience, for in them the so...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 September 1904

rn^vi i ^tvi^f,- 'YiY'iii' !••' rn.'i ■rh'aWiryv -*tp.■i.iVrt...iifT'rfrrri itnrrTTTni-.r^a 1- tiiiifiMii tiififlrirtim mmx -U.lt**. Gannon, AS THE WORLD REVOLVES PHYSICIAN TO SHAH OF PERSIA. Dr. W. L. Smith of Worcester, Mass., Has Unique Honor. Dr. William Lord Smith of Worces- ter, Mass., graduate of Harvard, sports- man and hunter of big game, is head- ed for home, loaded down with decora- tions from the grateful Muzaffer-ed- Din, shah of Persia, whom he cured of a malarial disease which had baf- fled native and foreign physicians. Dr. Smith has also now the title of physician in ordinary to the throne of Persia, but it is not certain that he will return to the land of the shah and fill the position. Dr. Smith is ending a two-years' tour of the world. Early in the summer he arrived in Persia and, as the plague was raging there, was quarantined. But just then the shah was taken ill at Teheran and Dr. Smith was summoned. A journey of 210 miles to the palace on camel back across th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 September 1904

^ ' SI mum meaasa MmSSm ASu rill IfllitlltlWim IES. Set Camp, No. 128 w. o. w. Meets every lit and 3rd Friday in the month. Visiting brethern are Invited to meet with us. Chris, Baumgarten, Jr. O. O. EndS. Nordhausen, (Jlerk. «§' —M i acmtTMMJirmvmtt sro.w K.of P. Meets erery 1st tad tid Wednesday night In their Senglemann' a hall. All Tiilting Knights are oordlaliy invited to attend the meetlnira of the lodge A. 8. CAMPABELL. C C. I. F, JOHNSON, K. of H. AS. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. R. 8. Tamcae, w, m Fain Bssmho, Bec'y Heats on Friday on or before the first full in eaoh month, tent brethren are "ly invited to at- iRN STAR LODGE, NO. 174,. L O. O.F. ■Meets regularly each Tuesday nigh Transient brethren are cordially invite Wm. Cornelson. N. G. Neill McKinnon, Secretary ...THE ptions Carefully Filled. J. J. SCHWARTZ sea 1 we# j <f Home and Foreign News «* j HOW CZAR'S WESTERN NAVAL FORCE MAY REACH SEAT OF WAR. V a . I ■ H Livery and Feed Stables, . !%sdll Buy Sell and Exchange EMS T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 September 1904

^i-M£ v,¥>5:^ " '• • Mi mmm % Ttxac University AUSTIN JOB & PBWTmS Siaymond Wi nfree, {Publisher* S^lain Words j{ro Suer the SSesi* One ^Dollar a 2/car. VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1904. NO. 9. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR; I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. *'*' SCHULENBURG. TEXAS Ow «r«naBr..a.r of StMj|rt ||( •^1^. sffo* yf^. HORSES ' M «f Rglstersd Red Polled sod Registered Holsteii CATTLE. famous standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred stallion Psnmurt are now permanently located at my Farm. Service of either $25.0f> cash with return privilege next season, in case of failure to foal. Corres- pondence with prospective purchasers of Fine PANMURE Stock or Cattle is respect-folly solicited. The Best of Everything BBS: f * In Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods and Delicacies, Country Produce, etc., etc., IVly stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Notions will bear close inspection. In Style and qual...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 September 1904

: x KW* ^ftTTfTVv;r (tr-.i Mi •■ i r iiin i'i nditfia M£jmh ill fl '■ "I ■dMWMibaadbtiUi i'r11 ..i.i iiiil'VrtilM' I Vll iltil'Wrii lai'mViit nMf"— Vi"iivi ~'\ fmi ■■fill rnV? ilTTiirn >-.*.* :v?r M B m ii?i 11181 i p: > >' sSsss-fr ferv'- M? ■ spite J - infe By the Playground. * Which of the summer sounds Is sweetest to tired hearts?— ■The low, unwearying hum Of the bee In the clover bed? The hymn of the thrush at dusk? Robins that call in the rain? Cool waves slipping away From the boat as she sails through tne sea? Whisper of wind in the wheat? Or, from the fresh-smelling field When the heaven is thick with her stars, The cricket's comforting chirp . Telling of welcome and home? Hot winds bearing the noise ) Of . a city's traffic and cries, And from the little square The voices of children in song Hundreds of children at play, Circling and singing their glee; Olad in the gift Of to-day, The sunshine and warmth of the earth, The Joy of youth but begun! Chorus of mirth and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 September 1904

itfSJPI /; - EJEP&'Vi . i i ,." $v;.' if.- #.-i-v'i""- 1... -I ••• -• |,y. ssaas .iW" Exhaustive and Able Document Wade Public by the Demo- cratic Nominee. TARIFF CHANGE IS PROMISED With Victory in November the Ra- pacity of the Trusts Will Be Curbed by Wise Legislation. Reciprocal Trade Treaties a Neces- sity of the Situation—Underhand Methods of the Administration In Panama Denounced—Justice for the Filipinos Urged—National Leader Pleads for Co-operation of All Mem- bers of the Party In the Struggle for Wise Legislation and Good Gov- ernment. s&s&ers;; branch of our and a just divisio SB §K-f Wm Esopus, N. Y., Sept. 26.—Judge Par- ker to-day made public his letter sup- plementing bis acceptance of the nomination fcr President of the United States tendered him by the national Democratic convention. The document foHows: To the Honorable Champ Clark and Others, Committee, Etc.: Gentlemen: In my response to your committee, at the formal notification pro- ceedings, I referr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 September 1904

K3i ? - -SpS* Mm- IS ifS KSStgm, 1111® Sticker. RAYMOND WINFREE, Editorand Pablisher SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postoffice as Decond-olasa matter. The Sticker invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of the town. If you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we may make note of it. But be sure to sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1904. OUB CHOICE* For President and Vice-President. What are we going to do if these r ains keep op? The Japs have captured the water supply of Poit Arthur. Ach du Iieber Gott! Would that we bad a brewery there and Alkali Eye as chief dispenser. The head-end collision on the Southern Railway near Newmarket Tenn., Saturday last, was a most terrible catastrophe, in which oyer sixty-two souls were hurled in the great beyond. to walk through the land. The Greed Captain of Industry was tho beast's keeper. He begot Steel. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 September 1904

sriiilP 6= HORNER'S WANTED A PLEASANT EVENING. §c s#~. I rig BARRELS CORN Highest Price Paid, either Cash or Trade At HORNER'S. iWt to 1 Pi CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton new ^per 121-2 10 to 17 Cotton: Heavy receipts, Batter Market:-No Quotation. Chlx wanted. Fruits at Meyer's. Mrs. R. A. Wolters has returned from the fair. An entirely fresh and selected stock of candies at Levey's. Miss Jessie Everton was in Flatonia Tuesday last. Candy at Meyer's. Mr. -Ferry Clark of Eagle Lake was again in our city this week. The Banner Breakfast Oats at Devey's. A prize in every box. Mrs. Louise Roos and Miss Hilma Horner have returned from the fair. My pattern and trimmed hats will be on display Wednesday 5th. Mrs. W. A. Richter. Miss M. Reffelt of Osnabruck, Germany, is the guest of Mrs. Geo. Hoeffert. May Manton Bazar Glove-fitting Patterns and Catalogues at H. Grafs. Misses Carrie and Lydia Bohm falk are visiting at Coste, GoDsales county. Try the Paul Laundry on shirt work they are fine. F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 September 1904

mmmm - T- liPjgpsPffi ■nTr«l*ii 33SHk flrffirTli*ii iWriT r'inAffiiTi'Trtri'Wai LIVE K Ml SK- r'p^. ; %w- . '0 ( ■ The Young Orchard. , The ground on which the new or- chard is growing need not be left bare, but the crop grown there should not be one that will injure the trees. We have seen young orchards stand- ing in fields that were being mown for hay. This is a great mistake, as the drain on the ground is very great both for plant food and for moisture. The writer remembers one orchard that had stood in grass for five years from planting. At the end of that time it seemed not to haye grown at atl. Near it was another orchard that had been given the best of care. It hud made a great growth and was already bearing fruit. The contrast was a re- markable one, showing the result of caring for and not caring for the orchard. These instances can be mul-- tiplied ten thousand times in tho his- tory of orcharding in the "United States. The best crops to grow in the or- chards are those t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 September 1904

j* "'<V M3m ill §111 ^111 !£& rinwfrrii N~VvJ"'i M ^u#«" ll>hiiii ihH'r^'Vl >ae3 3 mm. m;:> Hi mm- fey HM % Miss Nellie* Holmes, treasurer ^of the Young Woman's |Temperance Association of Buffalo, N. Y., strongly advises all suf- fering women to/rely, asj|she t did,¥ upon Lydia EL Pinkham's ^Vegetable Compound* suffered " Dais Mas. PnrrHAM:—Your medicine is indeed an ideal woman's medicine, and by far the best I know to restore lost health and strength. I id misery for several years, being troubled with monorrhagia. My back I had bearing-down pains and frequent headaches. I would often wake from restful sleep, and in such nain that I suffered for hours before I eould go to sleep a^ain. I dreaded the long nights as much as the weary days. I consulted two different physicians, hoping to get relief, but, finding that their medicine did not seem to cure me, I tried your Vegetable Compound on the recommendation ot a friend from the Sast who was visiting me. " I am glad th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 September 1904

®§pi/:- •'- * ' ' iliilfllfc'' rag&x - / gjp^£^v"-■ ^-•. mk I - SOCIETIES. ii Sun Set Gamp, No. I2Q w. o. w. Meets every 1st and 3rd Friday In |he month. Visiting brethern are cordially invited to meet with ns. Chris, Baamgarten, Jr. 0.0. Eudi. Nordhansen, (Jlerk. «* Home and Foreign News WHERE 8C0UTING PARTIES MET. 9CMKCMjSJYBVMttt MjOBGB JTO.'i*6 K. of P. Meets erery 1st and 3rd Wednesday night Is their Secglemann's hall. All visiting Knights are oordially invited to attend the meetings of the lodge A. B. CAMPABELL, CC. B. P. JOHNSON, K. Oftt.Jb b. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. or. jf. * Jtr. m Meets on Friday on •r before the first full moon in eaoh month. Transient brethren are oordially invited to at- tend. R. S. Tanner,W, M Fbbd Bbelino, Sec'y WE8TERN STAR LODGE, NO., 174 Meets regularly each Tuesday night. Transient brethren are cordially invited to visit as. Wm. Cornelson, N. G. Neill McKinnon, Secretary. H ...THE .. U66IST Prescriptions Carefully Filled. k. SCHWARTZ. J. JT.SCHW...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 October 1904

\ \ T,x*< Uni ""I'TAVflTri, m L •1.THB CI. STICKER • JOB * PRINTING 11® {Raymond Win free, {Publisher. iPlain Words fire Sver the S&ost. One 'Dollar a 2/e ar. VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1904. NO. 10. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR; I. E. CLARK, Proprietor.' iflJUjStfj SCHULENBURG. TEXAS 0w*°r Studarf and Thoioogbbrad yff^. y^v. HORSES AMI of Bgistered Red Polled acd Registered Holsteii CATTLE. The famous standard Kred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmurs are now permanently located at my Farm. Service ef either $35.00 cash with returh privilege nest season, in case of failure to foal. Corres- Sondence with prospective purchasers of Fin* took or Cattle is respect- fully solicited. PANMURE If ■Hgfe&r* I v - I - * The Best of Everything In Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods and Delicacies, Country Produce, etc., etc., My stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Notions will bear close inspect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 October 1904

■HBsi Wm m ^wm m%4 Wml rf? sfr mm- m ■xvS . ■'■ r SI i« , K'<< Mr r -M PERITONITIS THREAfENS LIFE OF MARY LEITER CURZON lA/y co&zonr The condition of Lady Curzon has become critical, and five specialists are in attendance at Walmer Castle. Peritonitis, it is understood, is the malady which has afflicted Lady Cur- zon. It is stated that a month ago Lady Curzon was sitting in the garden of Walmer Castle with a pug dog in her lap when a retriever hounded into the garden and jumped at her, trying to get at the pug. The nervous shock, it is said, had a most unfortunate ef- fect owing to the state of her health. PENNSYLVANIA REMEMBERS SONS WHO FOUGHT AT ANTIETAM T J Thirteen Pennsylvania regiments, whose deeds of valor in the civil war had not been commemorated upon any of the great battlefields of that war, were remembered Sept. 17 by the eerc- tion of monuments on the field of An- tietam* one of the bloodiest engage- ments of the ooiiflict, through the as- sistance of the stat...

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