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PRESIDENT McKINLEY AT THE OMAHA EXPOSITION
A great Ovation and interesting Remarks.
The following is an extract of the remarks of President McKinley at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition, Omaha, Neb., on "President's Day," October 12, 1898:—
"The faith of a Christian nation recognizes the hand of Almighty God in the ordeal through which we have passed. Divine favor seemed manifest everywhere. In fighting for humanity's sake we have been signally blessed. We did not seek war. To avoid it, if this could be done in justice and honor to the rights of our neighbors and ourselves, was our constant prayer. The war was no more invited by us than were the questions which are laid at our door by its results.
"Now, as then, we will do our duty. The problems will not be solved in a day. Patience will be required; patience combined with sincerity of purpose and unshaken resolution to do right, seeking only the highest good of the nation and recognizing no other obligation, pursuing no other path but that of duty.
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THREE CASES OF HEALING
BY WILLIAM J. KLIPP.
Sarah A. Durfee
EXTRACT FROM A LETTER
W. B. D.
I am, by profession, a lawyer
J. L. C.
So few from this side of the water ever seem to write...
E. T. Cunliffe
Everything mortal and material sinks into insignificance...