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start PEETTY QUICK WOEK THE, MIDNIGHT SHOOTING i , a ABOUT THE CAMPFIRE hundred yard3 and put the bullet in the bottle nine times out of every ten." GENERAL. You don't say," said Mr. Allen. and OF A FUL Fontaine, res," continued weeks ago I was that isn't alL A few RATTLESNAKE. ; the bullet swinging, step off WONDER- GRANT'S SELF-CONTR- OL t ' Self-Contr- ol. ! -- - j al nt 4 - ' j j j well-know- n j j ' j j healthy-lookin- j 4 4 4 4 4 j . 4 4 4Je-ru-tha-le- . ao-istan- ce. . self-contro- l. hotel-keeper- s, 4 ; ; e j ; 4 j ; :. ! ; ; j '" ; . ; j -- court-hous- e. i . -- . i ! - -- ' i . ! out one night fire hunting. A gust of An Impasstre iMaa of Iron How "the wind blew my lamp out. About that Battle Cry of Freedom" Wan Written time I heard the ominous whir of a Made Him Salute At AndersonUU rattlesnake. It was very near me, Qoeer Weakness. but I couldn't tell exactly how close or how far. I waited a moment and it General Grant's I located him pretty Lamar C. Fontaine is unquestion- rattled again. one of flash wife of a gallant soldier who The the with accurately, and the with ably the most successful bear hunter bead was famous for his intrepidity and a of my gun got In this or any other part of the coun- barrel undertook to rally in coolness battle Quick work, hey?" in other. couldn't a in him try, says a Helena, Ark.!, special he But the funny congressman company of friends upon lts the St. Louis Republic. Moreover, knocked been nervousness and excitability at home. a word. He had Is the best rifle shot in the South, and say not was ques- She declared that she had seen him Fontcine one of the best in the world. He is speechless. tioned any further. jump out of his chair when a mouse over 70 years of age. He served galran across the floor, and that his face It Confederate in the army. PIGTH. lantly had turned white and his hands had TWO THOWS AND was he who floated down the Yazoo trembled when one of his dogs upset river in an Indian right by The IJsplag- Phrae Started a Kentueklaa the fire irons in the parlor. on the I'oatl to Fortune. the Federal fieet of gunboats and "A man may bo courageous," said The man took a long draw from, his the landed at Vicksburg without having "without having tough tasted a particle of food for three cigar, blew the smoke in curls from and general, nerves. When I was hardened most fear- his lips, and as he crossed his legs days. He. was one of the a charge upon the enemy'sa reporter this heading less and daring scouts on the South- - told a Courier-Journworks or standing in the open field ern side of that conflict. He is the story of a man who is now a promi-nefor sharpshooters I did not banker of Frankfort. When my know the author of "All Quiet Along the Poto- of fear, but the mac" which will live for years in his- friend was a young man he wa3 by no sudden cry meaning a of night bird in the torv. He lost a leg in the fight means in good circumstances," said woods would set me trembling from aro- nd Charleston, but no one woo he, "but he was lifted into wealth by head to foot. A battle, with its coneea him walk would ever imagine- his lisping, a fault which he tried tinuous cannonading and carnage that he was. minus one of the most lm- hard but unsuccessfully to overcome. but I lost color never affected human structure, At that time he had a small farm, and and turned cold me, portant parts of the whenever anything He is as agile as a schoolboy. He has as his corn crop came out well, happened." never tasted tobacco, whisky or though it was almost unsalable on ac- unexpected This was a form of nervous excit coffee. His hair is as black as a count of the oversupplied market and from which General Grant was crow's wing and his vision is unim- low prices, he concluded he would ability and pigs and fatten singularly free. One of the warpaired. He does not use glasses at purchase two sows time photographers recently related them on corn. He called his hired an all. incident which illustrated his exHo has had many thrilling encount- - man. coolness. " John.' he said, 'I want you to go traordinary ers, and it is a real pleasure to hear It occurred soon after the general's him tell of his trials. Here is one and buy me two thows and pigth.' in Washington from the West " 'Whew!1 the hired man yelled, arrival of his stories: to command of the army of the take One morning I heard a bear do you really mean it?' Potomac Secretary Stanton accomnot a " 4Yeth, I do,' replied my friend. tramping around the leavesSome him of gallery hundred yards from camp. "Well, John disappeared and my panied his to a to be was where and photograph out to return the to him punish friend looked for the boys wanted go into a him for his impudence, but I wouldn't next morning. rut he did noi come. taken. The general dropped seat beneath the skylight before the let them do anything of the kind. I Another day and finally five days camera which the photographer was of instead went myself. 'Well, sir, passed, and the farmer became uneasy. adjusting. finding one, you can stuff me full of- At last John put in an appearance. Suddenly there was a tremendous " 'Where on earth have you been?" crash, eawdust and exhibit me as the bigand a shower of broken glass there wasn't asked my friend in astonishment. gest liar in Mississippi ifAnd the general. A boy who around fell " 4I've been for your hogs.' dxteen of the brutes. they were to the roof to pull off sent been had g 4Did you get them?' fellows, who great big cover in order to let in the tarpaulin Yonder they come seemed to think the country thereYes, sir. a had fallen through stronger light about belonged to them without dis- - down the road. And I tell you I had to his and had the waist, me. skylight l trouble getting them, and I had to smashed pute. But they couldn't bluff the one in heavy plate glass. the give good prices for them. They're singled out the biggest General Grant neither flinched nor under it have him and let one's right pack good though.' a He glanced up at moved muscle. the shoulder, lie fore you could count that time the poor farmer had the "By where the struggling skylight two I had another one 'weltering in nearly fainted, for, gazing in the diwere dangling above him, his own blood,1 as you reporters would rection pointed out by John, he saw a boy's legs he neither spoke nor left his seat. put it "The air was filled with smoke, whole army of pigs coming down th but ,4There was a slight drawing up of and before it cleared away I had my road. There were 2,000, of them. the nostrils, and that was all," the gun loaded again and was peeping gasped the mt veteran ' to discover bushes photographer takes pains to What on earth trying through je to explain. hear were. I' where they John told him that he had done happened a noise behind me, and on turning just ' what he was told; had bought Secretary Stanton, who was a nervand easily disturbed, turned around, there they were, sneaking 2,000 pigs. He had paid for them by ous man and drew the operator into the up on me from the rear. They were giving orders on his employer. My pale room. dark not ten feet away, and the only thing friend was almost paralyzed, but he 'Don't let this get out in the newsleft for me to do was to put this game saw that he had to grin and bear it. he exclaimed. "It would leg of mine to work, which I did. I He made a contract with a neighbor papers!" a design to kil 1 the genlook like uppose I ran fully a mile, and on to fatten the hogs, and in the mean- eral." on him John's orders turning around, imagine my astonish- time The great, silent soldier smiled ment to see 'all of them at my heels. had in like begun pouring grimly at the secretary's excitement VThe only thing I saw to do was to snow flake3 snowstorm. and in a patiently f or the operator take to a tree, and I went up one like They broke the man up. Shortly after to waited on his work. with go a cat before a pack of hounds. Those that the Mexican war broke out, and a was It trivial, insignificant incibears stayed right there all day. Of the government offered fabulous prices in comparison with the stirring course they wouldn't have done so if for provisions and stores for the army. dent scenes from which he had battle I had not lost my ammunition in My friend's hogs had been fattened come in the West or with the exmy flight. Darkness,. came, and not- up, and he sold them to the governhe was to which hausting campaigns withstanding unceasing blasts from ment and he made four or five times direct in his but disclosed it Virginia, my throat there came to me no as much money as he paid for them characteristic of invincible quality from the boys in camp. All and got his start toward wealth." of fourteen that night the bears, 'em, It was the great war secretary's ftoilfaoe. lay right at the foot of the tree, ocThe name of "Boniface," as applied first real introduction to the impassive casionally glancing up at me to see if J was doing all right. About daybreak to is derived from a man of iron, who seemed to be with.another hunter, came along. He put good, devout, and hospitable 'man out nerves. Chicago Times. them to flight and I was released from whom St. Augusiine created a saint. The Rattle Cry of Freedom." At an entertainment given in Chimy very tiresome position, where I Subsequently he became the natron- had been kept for nearly twenty-fou- r saint of Germany, and it was in that cago recently, which consisted of hours, The hunter gavo me some country, according to some writers, illustrated war song's, Dr. George F. shells which fit my gun ancHthen we that hotel or tavern keepers, as well Root sang his celebrated song, "The started in for the enemy. By 12 as those private citizens who at times Battle Cry of Freedom." The Chicao'clock that day we had every one of kept open house." as the saying is, go Herald says: When the applause them killed. were dubbed Bonifaces. Dante refers died away the doctor's son, Fred, anFontaine was once put; on the stand to Boniface; so likewise do Shakespere, nounced that his father would sing in the trial of James S. Hamilton, Bacon and Lamb. his greatest song, 'The Battle Cry of D. R. with murdered charged having Freedom," and said he wished the Gambrell in 1886. He was employed audience to join in the chorus, In a LIGHT AND LIVELY. voice of wonderful resonance and by the defense to tace certain Irish Nurse, shaking, patient vigoi clearness for one .75 years old, the physical sign3 which were alleged to have been produced by Hamilton or ously Come now, sorr, wake np an' silvery-haire- d veteran began: some of his friends on the night Gamswallow yer slapin dose; it's time. Yes, we'll rally round the.fla;, boys, We'll rally oace again. brell was slaia. Private? John Allen, 4I never give anything to a young, the battle cry of freedom, Shoutinr a member of congress; was conduct- healthy person." .. Beggar Do you We will rally from the hillside, We'll gather from the plain, ing the .prosecution. He attempted expect me to. become an old cripple to get funny with Fontaine, and for just to suit you? Shouting the battle cry of freedom. And full 5,000 voices answered back: on time in his life he ran up against ,4Did you. say i you wanted Shak-spThe union forever. a brick wall. are's works?" ask ad the bookstore Hurrah, boys, hurrah! Now," asked Mr. Allen of the wit- clerk. Down with the traitor. "No," replied the haughty ness, you claim to be an expert in girL "I want his plays." Up with the star. we rally round the flag, boys, rally While civil engineering and in rifle shoo"One vindication," said Uncle Eben, once again, ;' ting?" 44am er good thing. But hit am ei Shout in? the battle cry of freedom. I "So am," replied Fontaine, r idee foh er man .ter git in da bad Men sprang to their feet and hur'Well, can you tell the court some habit Ob takin em reg'lar." as rahed they used to do at the news thing you have accomplished to warfrom the front, thirty-od- d HeIt usually' requires the services years ago; rant your claims women handof waved a to secure an their alternately lawyer ejectment. "I might, if the court would like to But when and kerchiefs Adam Eve and You their She wiped eyes. hear them," said, Fontaine. There in the a a was there that third stalwart up balcony Away forgot person no he. continued. being objection,' militiaman thundered out above the "Some years ago" I was employed Concerned in that case. "Three cheers for George F. din, Acquaintance Mr. Bullion, let me "by a Texas syndicate to do some work the "tiger" must have Root," for them. 1 had runra lino so many introduce my friend Jones. I've just sounded and an explosion to the peolike varos ,to the south; thence, west so been telling him how you made your out in Congress street, who Mr. Bullion, slightly deaf Glad ple 'many varos. I may explain to the pile. find couldn't their' way' into the halL to know you, Major Pyle. court that the word vara is a Spanish Dr. Root bowed his again ."I cau tell you baron, that when Again and one and is equivalent to a yard. The he and then picked his way time consumed in running this line j my offer of marriage was rejected by thanks, box. to told his and how he wrote back was over three months.- Now, gen- - j the prima donna, I was so miserable r in thirty-fouthe song Chicago 'tlemen, so accurate was my transit that I was on the point of throwing ago, words and music, in his years little and so perfect was I in my calcula- - myself out of the window.? ."What music-stor- e the opposite tions that when I ordered my rodman prevented you?" "The height!" How ink the scarcely dry when "I did hope for an artistic career," the Xiumbardwasbrothers .to stick the Jacdb staff in the ground, ithe great the jammed it right through the eye said the disappointed looking man, came of war of a grindstone which had been "but I met with difficulties I couldn't singersto the at a war in. for somesong meeting thing sing buried tinder the ground and which conquer. What I needed was atmos- to be held immediately in the courtwas the point I desired to make." phere." 'I see. The same old trouble. house square. ,; song There was a titter in the audience, What were you, an author or a They went new the through was Neither. I which the judge promptly suppressed. painter? learning tc once and hastened to the steps: of the "Now give us a story of some1 re- play the trombone, but I was natur- courthouse, followed by a crowd that markable shot that you have made," ally short of breath." had gathered while the practice was An Irishman, comparing his watch asked Mr. Allen with a cynical smile going on. Then Jule Lumbard's on his lips and a general air of doubt with the ; clock of St. Paul's, bursl wonderful voice gave out the song into a fit of laughter. Being asked and Frank Lumbard's all over his face. trumpet tones Ton know, gentlemen," said Mr. what tickled himhe answered, 4An led the refrain, and at the fourth Fontaine, "that as long as I competed how can I help it? Here is my little verse 1,000 voices were joining in the in the rifle' contests in this state I was watch that was made by Paddj chorus. "From there the song went into its champion. I can tio a bullet to a O'Flaherty. that cost me but five, the string to the limb guineas, has beat your big London the army," said Dr.' Root, "and the string,-attacof a trco, plumb the line with the clock there a full hour an' a quartet testimony in regard .to its use in camp and on the march, and even on the mouth of a bottle, say a beer battle. since yesterday mornin." t" THE GRIP ALMOST WON WHEfcp THE BULLET FLAILED, ' torles of Remarkable Hooter Umtr C Fontaine, Author, off "All Quiet Alone; the Potomac," Is the Crack-Shoof the South. du-ou- SERVED INTW0WABS, A SENSIBLE COURSE. field ' of battle,' from soldiers, ano from even officers up to generals, and a Southern Railway President Deals ; the president himself,! made me How With Ills Employe thankful that if I could not shoulder Vice President Baldwin of the. Southa musket in defense of my country; I ern railway has furnished an exceln could serve it in this way." lent example for the other railway man-emwith ?ers of the country in dealing Fooling Gineral Sherman." J concerning wages and hours of I ployes About six miles out of Savannah, When tne trainmen oi mat ruau came across a farmer who accepted a work. increase of pay he did not rean asked sit to was and of tobacco, ready plug fuse lo consider their 'request- or reject down on a log and answer all ques- it peremptorily,: but asked two; months tions, says a correspondent of the time to answer it, which tney granted Detroit Free Press. When I asked Then he proceeded to make an inves him about Sherman's approach, he tigation of the condition and compen com burst into a loud laugh and slapped sation of the men on his road In other of with the employes his leg, and was so tickle a that he parison roads, which resulted in the preparation did not calm down for two minutes. an elaborate report and the arrange "Excuse me, stranger,? he finally of ment of a new schedule equalizing the said, "but whenever I think of how wages and hours vof work - of all the I fooled Gineral Sherman it tickles trainmen on the system. And when the me all over." time came to give his answer the com 'Did you fool him?" mittee received it in the form' or a "Well, I rather reckon." ' printed pamphlet, giving also the new "How?" schedule, which he asxed tnem to ac "Wall, you see, that's my place up cept, and a statement of the financial thar" on the rise. When theM wai condition of the road, showing its earn broke out I was the most cantanker- ings and expenditures, and a candid ous rebel you ever saw. I swore I'd explanation of the reasons why it was to give any increase oi pay-ifight and fout and fit till we lick impossible .; this year. the Yanks' if it took a hundred years. A copy of this pamphlet was sent) to I reckon Gineral Sherman heard of it." every employe of the road, and after "Probably he did." time to read and reflect upon "And after he took Atlanta he they hadcommittee was invited to a perit their made up his miiid to gobble me. He sonal two or which conference knew I'd swore to die before I'd sur- three days, and the wholelasted was subject render, and he come along down from gone over. The members of the comd Atlanta with over sev enty thousand mittee representing the cute me. to surround men were ready to accept the schedule men, Mighty old man, that Gineral Sherman!" at once, but the freight train crews and the firemen objected and the chiefs; of "Yes." "Wall, they got here one night the different brotherhoods were called about 10 o'clock. I reckon that nigh for advice. Mr. Baldwin did not decline to dison to thirty thousand of them surrounded my house up thar' and called cuss the affairs of the road with outfor me to come out and surrender and siders, as so many railway managers have done, but invited them to a conend the war." ference and went over the whole sub"And of course you did?" with them at meetings that lasted "And of course I didn't! That's ject two They pointed out some dewhar' the fun comes in. I wasn't fects days. in the schedule, which he prompthome at all but was down in Virginny ly corrected, and asked some modificawith Lee. They entered, the house tions to meet the wishes of certain and sarched and sarched, and went to classes of men, which were made; but the barn and call ed and called, and there was no suggestion from any when the old woman finally told 'em source that was not carefully considerI wasn't home they was the maddest ed and answered in a most courteous crowd you ever sot eyes on. They and candid manner, and before the had hoofed it all the way from At- conference ended the new schedules were accepted and signed by the authlanta to get their paws on me, and orized representatives of all the differhad had their long march for nothing! ent brotherhoods. I expect Sherman was ready to bust with madness, and I reckon he won't It is the small troubles that wear the never quite forgive me. It tickles heart out. An elephant that will face an ar- my oi men manes an inglorious retreat De the old woman wuss than it tickles fore an army of gallinippers. me, and you'd better come up to the house and hear her tell what them Yankees said when they got here and found me gone." i Oar Sympathies Always Enlisted lit Infirmities of the Veteifan. r tb j j From Woodstock, Va., Herald. There is an old soldierin Woodstock Va., who served in the war with M j Ico and in the war of thi rebellion, iju Levi Mclnturff. He passed thrburv both these wars without a serious wound. The hardships,! however, tola seriously on him,' for :When the jgrj attacked him four yearsfjago It nearly killed him. Who can look on the ia. Brmltles of a veteran without a feeUW of the deepest sympath ji? His towns, people saw him confined jo his house bo prostrated with great nervousness that the table, scarcely able! tO Walk tftn and as he attempted it, he oftPTi' stumbled and fell. Tiiey saw him treated by the best; talent to be had but still he suffered on fbr four years. and grave up finally In! despair. (W 7 was btruck by the day, however, he whicH account of a cure had been ef fected by the use of Dr. fSVllllams' Pint Pills. He Immediately tlrdered aJbox and commenced taking: them. He says he was greatly relieved! within three days time. The blood found Its to his flngrers and his hands which 'way ha4 been palsied assumed afjnatural color and he was soon enabled to use hia knife and fork at the!; fable. He has recovered his t6 such an extent that he Is strength able to chop wood, shock corn and do his regular! work about hia home. He now says he. jean not only walk to Woodstock, but can walk across the mountains, He is able to lift a fifty-tw- o pound weight with tone hand and says he doesinbt know what Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have done for but knows, that tliey have done others, a great work for him. He was in town last! Monday, court day, and was loud In his praises of the medicine that had given! him so great relief. Mr. Mclnturf is willing to njake affidavit to these factsL Dr. Williams' Pink Pillsiwere used for' many years by an eminent practitioner who produced the most jwonderful results with them, curing all forms of weakness arising from watery blood or shattered nerves, twos Causes of ut most every 111 to which' flesh is heir. The pills are also a specific for th troubles peculiar to females, such u I Bimnrsssfons. 11all forms iof I wpntrntd ' LL. II. down I cnronic cunsiifjuuoii, uering or men win me case ana in pains, etc., relief and effect a permagive speedy nent cure in eAl cases arising from mental worry, overwork, br excesses of whatever nature. They) are entirely harmless and can be given to weakani with the greatest good. sickly children Pink Pills are sold by all dealers, or will be sent post paid pn receipt at price, (50 cents a box, or six boxes for DrP Williams' $2.50 by addressing Medicine Company. Schenectady, N. T. I - ; 1 . - i i ? : j high-price- j j j f j f j j Made Him .salute. H. F. Whitcomb, Lancaster, Pa., writes: ''Colonel R. E. Cross of the Fifth New Hampshire, who died al Washington, September 16,1894,of paralysis, was a native of this town, and loved and respected by all who knew him. "Dick" enlisted in tne regulai army in 1858, and was in the Utah war under General Joe Johnston, hia company of the engineer corps being commanded by General Beauregard. "When the rebellion broke out he was at West Point. Being ordered to Washington at the inauguration of President Lincoln, he was stationed with his company at the capitol during the ceremonies. Later the company was on guard at the treasury building. At this time the city was swarming with secessionists and rebel sympathizers. Every morning a bla-- . tant rebel used to come down and taunt the detail on duty, that they were no good, that "one Southernei could lick five Yankees," and all that sort of thing. "Strict army discipline will not allow a soldier to take any notice oi this, but the brave, patriotic Northern boy could not stand this talk, and one morning when .this F. F. V. came down and repeated his bravado slang Dick says regulations be d d; he has talked that stuff long enough, and taking him by the slack of the pants he threw the man into the reservoir and kept him there un til he agreedVtc come out and take off his hat and salute the star spangled banner. He was afterwards one of the senators in the Confederate congress from Virginia." National Tribune. Tne 2d Mich. Car. Organized at Detroit, October 2, 1861, to serve three years; veteranized; mustered out August 17, 1865. These important promotions Were made: Colonel Gordon Granger to brigadier-genera- l; Colonel Philip H. Sheridan to brigadier-genera-l; Major R. H. G. Minty to lieutenant-colonof the Third Michigan cavalry; Major Russell A. Alger to lieutenant-colone- l of the Sixth Michigan cavalry. Thomas W. Johnson was in command The regiment served at muster-ou- t. in McCook's division, Cavalry corps, army of the Potomac; Loss, four officers and seventy men killed and twe and 266 men died. " My wife suffered many years with various troubles, severe headaches, debility, nervousShe hu ness, indigestion and dyspepsia. tried and been treated by different doctors, diffeient remedies, but Depend upon pure, rich, red, nourishing, blood. The nerves derive sustenance from the blood, and when their they are weak it is because they do net reThe true ceive the nourishment needed. cure for nervousness will not be found in opiate or sedative compounds. 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