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A New Catarrh Cure, which is Rapidly
Coming to the Front.
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given separately and only very recently an ingenious Other
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6oy (only): A Knight, Hillsboro, Tex.; the Rev.
Druggists sell the remedy under the name of
able success in the cure of nasal catarrh, bronchial
and throat catarrh, and in catarrh of the stomach. 610 (only): L. R., Corning, Ark.
Mr. F. N. Benton, whose address is care of Clark
(610): Good key, and fairly good play. The near ever tried."
He claims they are far superior to inhalers, salves, great problem in every respect, and very difficult lotions or powder, and are much more convenient on account of the numerous fine 'tries'"-G. D.; and pleasant to take and are so harmless that little * Most too mean and difficult to be deal Chess "--
children take them with benefit as they contain no C. B. E.
opiate, cocaine or any poisonous drugs.
All druggists sell Stuart's Catarrh Tablets at 50 In reference to 610, many of our old solvers were cents for full size package and they are probably the caught by R-Q sq. And it is not to be marveled safest and most reliable cure for any form of catarrh. at, as it requires some investigation to discover the reply to this.
In addition to those reported, Capt. A. H. G. got 607 and 608; Prof. J. A. Dewey, Wanamie, Pa., 607.
War and Chess.
Lasker, in his lecture delivered at the Manhat. tan Chess-Club, said, among other things :
"Chess is the deepest of all games; it is constructed to carry out the principle of a battle, and the whole theory of Chess lies in that form of action."
The statement by the Champion is entirely in accord with the writings of Franklin K. Young of Boston, who, in his four books on the game, claims to have adapted military art and science to the Chess-board. Those interested in the subjects
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LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN
will find the facts presented herewith acceptable reading, inasmuch as they furnish indisputable
DA testimony to the analogy between war and Chess.
An article by F. K. Young on the Boer- British war was published in the New York Journal of
WE ARE COMINGI December 26, 1899, in which the writer said :
TIIURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1860.
OLEAR "From the standpoint of military art and science
Republican Nominatious. this position of the British armies is deplorable. With the single exception of General Buller's
FOR PRESIDENT, force, the situation of all these bodies of British
ABRAHAM LINCOLN troops, thus unfortunately circumstanced, is
FOR VICE PRESIDENT, cause for the greatest anxiety. ... That most
VIBAL HAMLIN exposed to immediate destruction is the British
INE. column of the left under Lord Methuen. Backed up against the Modder River, it is caught fast in
Ticket. the fifth ambuscade, and according to the laws of the military art, this army is lost.
THE PRAIRIES ON FIRE “Strong indications point to a grand offensive operation on the part of the Boers-an operation
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WEST DEMONSTRATION EVER war in a single campaign and by a single blow
N THE WEST! True, this movement may be but a feint, but, if it is a true movement, it is difficult to overesti
14NS IN COUNCIL : mate the gravity of the situation of the British army in South Africa. For if this movement is a true military movement, it shows as clearly as the
As an American, you should be interested in any life of Lincoln. The work we wish to sun in the sky to those who know military art and present is not only as fascinating as a novel, but also contains a wealth of new material never science that the Boer armies are in transition from
before published. the defensive to an offensive plan of campaign, We now wish to add about 500 names to our list of book-lovers, to whom we can mail, with the purpose of capturing De Aar and from free of cost, our eight-page booklet, printed in colors, fully describing the new and complete thence advancing in force against the chief British depot, Cape Town."
In corroboration of Mr. Young's outline of the situation in South Africa at this time is the fol
By IDA M. TARBELL lowing from the official report to the United In Four Volumes, Fully Illustrated and Containing New Material Gathered from Original Sources States War Department, made June 14, 1901, by The booklet will contain, among other features, a number of anecdotes of LINCOLN, a Capt. S. L. H. Slocum, United States military at- fac-simile of his hand writing, a hitherto unpublished portrait, a picture of the house in which taché with the British army in South Africa : he was born, all taken from the books. "The situation most desperate for the
THE BOOKLET WILL TELL YOU British in December, 1899, and had the Boers as- Why Miss Tarbell wrote a new life of Lincoln. Why we make the introductory offer to first sumed offensive operations. which they invariably why it should be in every patriotic American purchasers. failed to do, the British armies would have been home,
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IT GIVES YOU CHARLES A. DANA'S OPINION. ground, and those of a Chess-player, 3,000 miles It tells you that the late Charles A. Dana, great work) as one of ten books indispensafrom the scene of action, are identical. - Brooklyn who was an intimate associate of Lincoln ble to every American, and it also gives you Daily Eagle.
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Don't fail to use CRESOLENE for the dis
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