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An excellent r.M-epi"l- i-r your em
brui.iered table du ora ioiH in b Img
tuur box kept in tbe drawer of the side
board. A email sponge will 1 found great
convenience, et-peeialiy for c-le-inin?
doors nirfaces, windowBor iminted halls.
If then- is a more than usually orp'"Me
spot of dirt anywhere a fligut rubuing
of the sponge, with one of the manv
c eaning powders or gaud s p will leave
the turlaee clean and bright.
HIAWATHA THE GREAT.
l.mU r ml Industry.
Oregon h8 -'5,IUJ acres of prunes. I hi Noted Indian the Greatest states-
T n.. Stales have forty-live pin fac-, man of HI- Uay.
Ulm I While spending a few days In Al-
Seutlle mill grind flour nigbtanddaj bany recently I was shown one of the
,or j nlOBt valuable and Interesting historical
.,f.,,..,a r,t Oreann r..ii,-R In America, which Is now the
1 iir ww'iL'ii iiiaiiumt-iutw
v1,, il.fiOO.OOJ for tbf trophy of the aiajor oi
Try Allen's Kiioi-Kase,
A pow der to be sunken Into tlu shoes.
At this season your feet f-el swollen
and hot, awl got tirel easily. If you
have smarting feet or tlj;ht ilioes, try
Allen's Foot-F.ase. It cools the feet
and makes walking easy- Oiires and
prevents swollen and sweating feet,
blisters and callous spots. Itelieves
coma and bunions of all pain and gives
rest and comfort. Try It to-day. Sold
by all druggists and shoe stores for 25c.
Trial p.-ickage FREE. Address, Allen
fv Olmsted. a Hoy. N. Y.
agg rebates in
on hint of 1896.
Die rltig tobacco
. i 1
United State" navy. loU.UUu pounuB, imi
ieen awarded to a Richmond, a.,
at their bid of 32 cmta per p.mid.
Two ibart icntcscts that
tan a real deal lo crcry
bk.yi.lc rider. Tbe tim
cnotea a auallty ' ma
terial, cwiitmctlos and
eltraaca wbkh Hanoi
tar tbe world'! pillera.
Tbe second esifjbafcliei
tke lad (bat so one can
bay as IIW7 ColnnMa
cbeaper tbaa you. Jnti
rtnetaber tbett twolactt.
I896 Columbias, $60,
da axctpt tke Colambla, $50, $4$, $40, $30.
POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Conn.
CataWfse tree Inn any Columbia sealer ; by aia'l
(roai aa lor sae 2ent alias.
contract for tin
writes Win. E. Curtis to me uuru
Record. It Is the wampum belt of
Hiawatha, and was made to commemo
rate the formation of the Iroquois con-federatlon-the
league of the five ua-iions-which
occurred somewhere about
the middle of the fourteenth century,
long before the discovery of this hem-
nd Phe Knew tbe Clothes- Were not SI)l1(.ie by the white man.
Tiior M.de. I ijiawatha was not a love-sick war-
He Is the pink of neatness and pro-1 rlor alul niinstrel, as Ixmgfellow de
priety, he is violently In love with th ; B(.rll)(,s hhn ne was the foremost
sweetest girl in town, and, to add to i (ltJlteHm(lI1 of nlH age in America and
the misery of these absorbing clrcum-: ,,entiirleK ahead of his
stances, he la at present deciaeaiy poor,
TAG WAS IN
,.i ,t, nlde,.t nlpiiOL'rnphftrg in
i hum-,) -ii vi : -It nt-d t 'be arp.-j.tcd
i , mi tiT of r-utiriw tint lyi.ewrlt-
ii ii li t er ..r il.icmnciit. no instler how
,,,A n.fnllv pxi-piitL-n
would look lilurreii and naU. and
u,i.,.,w..i.u. n,.r miifh wore thun
,.. ,.riir l.ftt p''l vi.ewriter Kl(-
bem has revclnMmdwd Ih Hrt - nd
Willi thpir iih a tyi wnltpn Ipilt-r l
..firm, i-lpur ami linxlil t .P Hup!
print, hy ih-Imk Little " Cobwei- t-ar-Lon
Paimr your ropiea will i'"1 "
plenii and hRiitlwimB " 'l bee noiyU
are (or alc by the
NEBRASKA NEWSPAPER UNION,
B bo alao parry a lull line of TyiK-wriier nn
pli Kilibunn, Carbon 1'appr 1 pe-wrlU-r
tXl.Hepor wra' H.-nclla, and ote
Book, and Typewrller Paper t all
kinds, i'rlces a low a the lovrunt.
Mail ordera promptly (Hied.
The latter condition la of recent date,
however, and It waa only laat week
that he donned the flrat ready-made
suit which had ever graced or, as he
considered, disgraced his wardrobe.
He called his mother and alstera into
the room, after getting into It, ana ,
turned nervously around before them, j
"Doe It fit decently?" he queried, In
an agony of doubt. "Why-y-y, wha'i
the matter? Oh, yes; a tag. I suppose
all this sort of clothing la tagged, lan'l
Never before, surely, were garment
tagged aa were those, however; ther
a tag on the hem of each trouset
leg, one upon the left coat-tall, and
another on the vest front, and sttl
another on the aleeve. Even when h
bade them good-by, ater waiting im
patiently while all the visible Ulta ol
figured cardboard were cut away, thej
called 1dm back to remove still another,
The result was that he finally reached
the house of hla Inamorata In anything
but a peaceful frame of mind.
Bhe, too, waa nervmia, and they de
parted for the theater In haate. He no
tlced, Just aa soon aa he slipped out ol
Ms topcoat, that her eyes sougtit hit
figure constantly arJ interestedly, but
his Inward uncertainty about that suit
made him glower ao that ahe said noth
ing, and the performance waa half over
before he ga thered courage to apeak ol
the subject himeelf.
"How do you like my new clothes?"
he asked at last, with what calmness
r, could muster, and the girl blushed
"They're quite pretty, I think," sh
said, with an apologetic amlle, "but "
"I don't know whether they fit m
very well or not," he Interrupted, des
perate with the fear that she had di
vided the secret of their origin, "for 1
tried a new tailor, and, although h
. ...... . . 1 ...v,
gave me several ntnnga, iuiu
the matter?" he broke off to exclaim,
wildly, aa he aaw the light of a dawn
ing laughter in her eyes. "What la It
"Nothing," ahe responded, solemnly,
althousrh the laughter beneath her pret
ty laahea grew stronger momentarily,
"only only there's a price-tag on youi
And o ther was. a small but dis
tinct legend, reading, "ize 34; style 7
time He was the first advocate
American soil of International arbi
tratlon. He was the first apostle of
peace In America that we know any
thing about, and his untutored mind
developed the fundamental principles
nf r.hriKtinnitv as he trod the forest
of the Adirondacks In his moccasins.
The wampum is a belt of bead em
broidery, for that is the meaning of
the term. It represents four squares
nliout five Indies by four inches in size,
two of which are on either side of the
diamond-shaped center. They are con
nected by links. The diamond-slmpeu
figure represents the Onondaga nation,
which was the wealthiest and most
powerful. The other four figures rep
resent the Senecaa, the Mohawks, the
Cuyugas and the Oneldas. Later the
Tuscaroras joined the confederacy, and
they became known as the Six Na
tions. It was Hiawatha who brought about
the confederation. He was a member
of the Onondaga tribe, but was con-
wtniggling widow is then transferred to ,
her worthy husband, who haw been so i
long buried out of night. Through all i
these years lw has been, we are told,
a modest, (Jod-f earing man, always al
luded to his wife as "a most uncommon
woman," and evidently desiring no
more notice than he received.
It is far from our design to detract in
the least from the fame of the mother, j
She deserve all tlie glory that ehe has,
and more but are there not honor and
praise enough to "go 'round? Whoj
can think of a patient, godly man like
the father alKive mentioned and not
feel a pang of resentment that he gets
st) little recognition? It was he who
k.-pt the pot a-loillug through weary
years. He ran up and down stairs on
errands and helped in the housework
as leaks out Inadvertently in the latter
part of the narrative-and received lit
tle enough applause for his faithful
ness, If we may infer a postulate. lie
had no thought of posing as a hero, but
he is one, just the same, and a pathetic
old figure yet he la only a type of mil
lions of other adoring husbands and
fathers, feeling the sublime superiority
of the wife and mother, and willing to
work their honest old fingers to the
tx.ne just for the privilege of saving
such a seraphic being. Poor old fel-lows!-Kate
Upson Clark, in Leslie's
MRS. CSUTio, KEY YOItK
Telia Her Experience With
I ted llfcuaaa.
i,n i,n rd bamitaa L":ake a d-'J
ebflu lnvaiiaiit salad. V.'ldle LVy d
aot possess the UuU- bitter of tlie gvajw
fruit they ottor a refresh.::!.,; cliaagi
This banana is tbe result of gruftinj
the rot, stock of the common yelkv
hanam and I ra!ed chiefly at Bur A dull, thrown pom. "PM,;
ooa. The litt Guinea or fig ban.ma by a sense of ttnd.-rneLS and h-at lo
with a flavor aa sweet as lioney, h aV down in the side with an occasiona
!p I hvht to this country, bwa. ehootir.g pain, indicates inflammation
the entire mipply is u:ed in the trp("
These bauaiiafl bw of.faitoiEL'y fouJK1
Ln the markets of New Or'xuic and oth
p-r anihtroiiie cities. The banana, whci'
On exasaination it will be found tha
the region of paia shows sonic swelling
This is the first stage of ovaritis, in
flammation of the cvarv. If the roof o.
. ... i
aerved in the trot. te K grows. 1-j your house leaks, my sister, you
rUvkied U-Ji'juiwise. Foj it Bxea at once ; wny vj
breattfaert clilll the banana and n-inicit
ndash of brandy or uiaratK-hlno over l
The ordlnttry red banana will need t
little Biigar unless It is "dnad ripe," bu"
the tie iwunana with Its melting honej
tinctured pulp will ied no such addl
DEFENSE AGAINST TORPEDOES.
sex holds outthehelp- $
mL KEEP YOU DRY.
Djn't r toolc4 with a mckilito$h
or rub'.-er coal. II youwantacnai
,k.i rill ltn vnu di'V in the har-i-
eit storm buy lh Fish BrnJ
Sikkcr. If nol for ale In your
town, write for catalogue io
A. J. TOWHR. Boston. Man.
0 I. I ltl I
; lilt,' ai fur uniiAtaral
irritfctiuDi or itkarktitiDi
i to tuuvar. of tu uco ui ttieuibranii.
"!'. J'kiuleii. nd wot utriD-
or irut in plain wrapper,
hf firrnt, prfpsiid. fof
ttfculAi ?rul un rquit.
nor thotand and up. 12.000 Peach Treee V4c
ai.dnp. OiaKe "rane Iledee, fl. CO p r thona
and Aah (ppd;ln-75c p-r thonasnd. A larff
npidy of U klndiof erppdlnKly well rooted,
true to mine, an l Rtrletly firt-claa nursery
lUK-k. Write for PrlPe l int to
I.OHKMIAN M Hhi-IIIK-, Ki-yn-lda, et
S12 to JS5 PER WEEK T.ni
1 i.n- hour., thiniah. mr h profiler nmploywl.
..oei.lnir. for town nrt ollj work u well country
t,"oVuT J. e 'uirroro.1 Oi t Wn 81., KlcUmond.Vi.
It Is not uncommon In some parts ol
New England to hear a mother refei
to her boys and girls as "a mesa o' chil
dren." It appears that at leat on
thorn woman has a still less flat
UVSL, L Ul. . " -' "
terinc form of speech.
She recently applied to a Justice oi
the peace In the Maryland town when
she lives, to protect her ana ner ram
11 v aaainst the unnelghborly trespass
lng of a certain William Davla, wht
was not distinguished aa a law-abldln
"I want a purtect agalnat Willlan
Davis." said the woman, BitUn defl
antlv upright ln the stralghteat chal!
. . ... ... K . 1
In the Justice s omce; nuti wuoi ,
want a purtect agalnat William Da
via. II won't keep his hens off o' mj
land. Fact Is, I think he encouraget
l . J 11.1. J
'em to come over, aim us umn
with me from what It would be U
there waa a man to kk after my Inter
eats. I'm a poor lonesome widow wom
an, with nine head o' gal children, an4
not a boy amongst 'em! So what J
want Is a purtect."
HI I no In fcurope.
Naltkenhoff of Geneva sayi tnr
are Sll.'XlO blind persons In Europe
moatlv from fevers, and that 75 pel
cent, would have kept their sight
tbey been properly treated.
The man who is mot successful it
irivarnin2 men under him mastalif
know how to swav those who are abov
Manv a Ivg gun is merely an air gun
sidered a personage of miraculous
birth, which gave him great liuiueu
as a medicine man among the super
fluous Indiana. This belief was cor
rolwirated by several narrow ewup-
,i,...th Hiawatha was an-o
- ! 1... ll
known and greatly cHieenu-u
the tribes In New York. New Kngianu
,1 eastern Canada for his wisdom
and benevolence. He beheld wltn greai
grief the evils of war and the destruc
tion that attended the struggle uuiu
were constantly going on bet we
neighliorlng tribes over little Jealous
ies siid ix'ttv ambitious ami tn
...nmu-tit and miseries which those
wars nroduced. He therefore proposed
a fvra-io r Pi-ill fpflcrMtion of ull the IndiaiiH
. aa v - '
north and east of the Allegnauy niouu
tains. Each nation was to retain its
own Individuality and manage Its own
domestic affairs as before, but the!-'
mutual relations or their foreign at-
ilit mi v. were to he
Boverned bv a general council com
posed of delegates from each in propor
tion to their population, tus great pm
pose was to abolish war and promote
the welfare of his people, tie lntenueu
that the confederation should extend
so as to include other tribes, until all
the races of men should be embraced
In a single union with a common Inter
est, and that peace should reign every
where. Thus he was the first great
In American his
JV UVV V v - -
Twice Hiawatha failed to secure the
npnt of hiH own tribe Jeanne of the
n,l,UItri nnrl Wfl rllke disiwsltion of
Problem that Must lie Solved in
the Next Naval War.
The recent alarm ol tue nee.is ui
Cretan waters lest Greek tonlo AXli
sliou'd ?.ttxick them, and tlie elaborate
defensive measures adopted m Miua
Itay give cwtAin Interest to torpedo
lxiat attack and defense generauy-io
the latter esiKhUly.
A ship Is most expoel to danger
-a-twxr, lvitio- hi n harbor, and it is tnen
that defensive precautious become ol j
tlie preatest urgencj'. The sui Is a
big plot--, and a flotilla of boiits hunt
ing blindly for a fleet in the oien are j
only likely to encounter it by its rush- j
lng r!?ht into them. Then, the pro!)- j
ability is that tlie lookout cruisers,
and destroyers will drive tliein off or
sink tin-in In-fore they get their chauce
to run the gauntlet of fire from tlie
large battleships. There is tut one
quarter from which they have any
chance of successful attack from
ahead, lx-ause, though their sin-eu ,
may be 70(1 yards a minute, the battle
ships are probably doing WK) yards in j
the same time, and an attim-k from
astern would mean w-Jiig uiuicx m
for possibly ten minutes. The assump
tion )? that no twat could survive being I
under fire for over two miuutes. Ap-j
proaz-hlcg from ahead, tlie combatants
luiirlnir wh other at tlie comtnineu
kihhmI of 1,200 yards a minute, there
Is a strong appt.'arance of the boat s ,
behig able to get within two cab It j
and lire her tonedoes U-foi-C she luia
be-u much more twui a mtoute undei
fire. Yet this is appearance only. I
have seen a good many end attacks ln
nmiKuvers, and the big ship has al
ways had time to turn ami present
her now or stern to the boat. No
torpedolst would fire at a ship end on:
the chances of hitting the target are
very slight; while given a hit at all
. . v.i l.t 1, lilr..l,- ti
no motierai warwuii "-j w
Is- sunk or absolutely dteabUl by the
explosion. Tlie Iwat Is, in fine, com
pelled to make a detour, lai aomg
which she will probably be sunk.
In the next naval war very few
sliips are likely to 1 "bagged" at sea
bv torpedo ItoiUs, and the ltoats are
not likely to last long IX they attempi
tlie task. For they cannot long ke-p
tls- sea; tliey must have shelters to
flv to Ln the daytime, and the number
of these slielters lelng lijulted they art
easily watched by catohers and de
Kt mvers able to sink the boats ai
Travels of the Eye.
There seems to be no end to the la
bor a statistician will undergo t(
nlle UP a lot of figures. Now come
a natlent Frenchman with figures tha' t to let your-
assume to tell tlie distance traveled bj i Belf go,
the eye In reading primed matter. Ht
calculates that 1,000,000 lU; rs of th
ordinary type used in newspapers
placed In close Juxts;i'.::ion, extend
over 1.500 metres. o:-:t-v, imt less tlun
a mile. But, aceiKiiar t-; his n-ci.-.i
i,w thorp is not i ' - r that: 1.100 y:ird
of reading matter
of a I'arlslau daiiv. Within tne eov-i
will as a rule be found double thai
amount, and in order to cover tb
ground which is represented by all ol
:M. Zola's works the eye wov.ld havt
tr, nerform a iourney of more thai
thirty miles. An average man, living
for the average period of human Kfe:
may be calculated to get through
about 2,500 miles of reading before hii
task Is done.
i-PKrvcr-t. to vour own body ?
Do you live miles away from a doc
tor ? Then that is
all the more reason
why you shouldat
tend to yourself at
once, or you will
soon be on the flat
of your back
in sr hand to you,
will advise you without money am
without price. Write to Mrs. Pinkliam
T.vnn. Mass.. and tell her all your sym-n
e lsaut j toms. Her experience in treating f email
illsis greater than any oi.mr liv.ng ncr
son. Following is proof of what we say
" For nine years I suffered with fe
male weakness in its worst form,
was in bed nearly a year with conges
tion of the ovaries. I also sufferet
with falling of the womb, was verj
weak, tired all the time, had suci
headaches as to make me almost wild
Was also troubled with leucorrhcea
and was bloated so badly that som.
thought I had dropsy. I have take!
several bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham'
Vegetable Compound, and several o
her Blood Purifier, and am completel;
cured. It is a wonder to all that I go
I shall always owe Mrs. Fink
ham a debt of gratitude for her kind
, , . i. , ! ness I would advise all who suite
The man who tries to be famous and ! ness. x wu , .
to take ner meuiciuc. iuj.
Sort of icelief.
Mr. Froth tajham I low did you feel
When the proprietor discharged you?
Mr fitlAirslecve I feit relieved ol
ihat hired feell.n. New York Tribune, j well
religious, will not be able to succeed
Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is taken internally. Price 75 cents.
Tbe devil soon gets a mortgage upon
the man who drinks -and he already
owns the man who tells.
1ra. WinHlow-'a Soothing YKOr lor r-hilri
ren te-etliiiiE. souen? the ?utus. re.luow i:t!inm
niation, allav j-inn, con-s wind ooiic. i')C DtitUu
The man is a stranger to Christ, who
can see nothing but poetry in the
A oni of filnnn-a Rnluhnr Soap Is equivalent to many
tiiir.lnir l.&ts fint ft,TiM 11.
lint's iiatrana wnipucr i,j-e, uii:. uiunu, UUu
Cubtis, Ticonderoga, N. Y.
Wooden spoons are nice for kitchet
use than metal ones. Have eevera
siz8. They are convenient for servin
salad gravy or sauce.
Dandruff is an exudation from the pore
of the skin that spreads and, dries, lorm
ing enrf and causing the hair to tail oul
Hall's Hair Renewer cures it.
There is an angel in every stone, bu
only the one who knows what an angel'
face is like, can get it out.
Fiso's Cure for Consumption has save
me large doctor bills. U. L. Baker 422
Regent 8q., Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 8, '9a
"Showers of blessiDg" are most likely
to fall upon tlie church when the pastor
has an overflowing cup.
ltlts From liam'n Horn.
Abetrerthing than "hitching your
wagon to a star," is to put your Land in
the hand that moves the star.
When our children go astrav, the cau-'e
is outside of them, when the children of
jihers go wrong, the cause is inside of
It takos some time to age whisky, but
it does not take long to age the man who
Wine "moveth itself aright," but
those who drink it never do.
Fear of offending,
enslaves up t
TITO Permanently Cured. No fits or nerrouanem aft
r I I 0 first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Rt
storer. Send for Fit KK . trial bottle nod treatise
1B K H. Kun, Ltd., D31 Arch Street, I'hUadelplUa, P
Between you and me,' saia nil
Satanic Majesty, nodding familiarly t
Neptune, "that, is the fact."
Trjth, findiiu itself between th
devil and the deep sea, hastily disgu:se
itself as a seat of war dispatch.
"True," admitted tlie emissary o:
evil, confidentially, "I do not go oi
earth much myself. My cloven foot be
trays me NowadayB I leave it to mj
ayents. Th"y? Oh, no; they only havi
ciuven iieaths. Yea."
Atotarho, chief of tlie Onondngas, but 1rlsurp as thej- return In the dawn,
the hitter finally agreed to enter tne
r,t..rntl,,n nrovlded he should ue
Lifliini, M.U..M. ,
ade the great chief, and tne cuiei
talnshlp and the keeper or tne wam-
iiim should always remain wuu um
trilK'. Through tne nipiomui-jr ui m-
wntha the other nations were per
nnded to accept these conditions, ine
league was formed, Atotarho was made
i,if mid the wamnum wuicn i
d..,.rihed was woven to com
Uii v v; o -
..... I j "
' 1 '"stN -- jrx. tv v
' I my wife and two 1 I i v '
chlltlren from tlie ef- L'J;?jn. '
I fern ol hereditary I ' Lj . A
c In Id was dangerously nf-
II fected with scrofula. ll I . f I I
I waimiahle t walk, hla left .-al ' 1 )
I I foot being covered with run-1 -,
I nln aorea. 1'liyilel.ms lmv- . '''f'-J W
I Inn filled to rellevetlis fdlieraX v Iltf lw ' i
I of my family, I decided to ny Xt'l "j I
I Ayer's Haraaparllla. I ntn I iJT fo---.
I pleased to aay the trial win sue- . , . I
1 ces-ful, and my boy waa restored I r J I . -.. I
I , l....l,h Tom A,.n,li,rit llittt mv I 11 111. -- I
I child would Im.e died had tin not V- A ) ,1 ".'x-- I
uaed Ayer's HnrRpiirllla.'-.lAS-M- V ' ' 1 , ,1
If Dyk, Mlntonvllle, Ky., Aug. 6, ltwo. 1
uipiniiTU uinnne (Z fJ : ll
iwuuiiii wunua t Ui v- i I
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. v&l jjj
lemorate one of the greatest events in
After accomplishing this purpose,
nnd fearful of the Jealousy of Atotarho,
Hiawatha left his home, mounted nis
canoe nnd floated down the Mohawk
into oblivion. Of his subsequent ca
reer and his death we have no Informa
tion. Schoolcraft, the historian of the
Indians, makes him the hero of a great
many legends. Longfellow's poem
transforms this grave Onondaga states
man Into an OJIbway demigod, the son
of the west wind.
It la only within a few years that
attention has been called to the fact
that the laurels of literature, so to
speak, have been awarded almost en
tirely to the mothers of the world. It
Is a gtxxl that recently a few fee
ble notes have arisen here and there in
praise of that Ignored class, the rati: :.
Heaven knows that there have been
numerous nn worthy sires, rndollbted-
more mothers than fathers have
... , .i n.i.e.,l 1,,,, tlw, f.w.t
proved Kino aeo uummi.
remains that million of loving, honest
fathers have gone d nvn to their graves
miming and nlmos'. :iuvi:r,..ced, while
the universal paean to the inolher has
tilled the ears of th- world. Thus, ln
e of the largest modern collec-tlmis
of quotations there are tliirty-s!x which
glorify the mother, while not a single
one la dedicated to the father.
'Jills oversight has been brought to
mind by reading a somewhat famous
nceount of a certain mother. No oon
anlcuoiis mention of a father Is made in
the lHok until near Its end. Moat rend
pre Infer fjhat he dies early In the prog
ress of the story, but we are reminded
of his continued existence ere the last
Yet all this does not mean that tieei
attax-ks will not be attempted, and now
again a daring man is liound to get
homo; ui any case tlie possibility of
such attack is bmmd to be a terrlbk
menace to a fleet; hence then; Is reason
to iK-lieve that tlie one Iwat lying idle
In harbor might be a won: enemy
Umn three careering alsiut In search
of something to sink, iaradoxlca!
tlurtiirh it may at first tight seem
The terrible part tliat torpedo crafl
,vhr t-hiv after a ifreiut fkn-t action
amid the big iroiu-huls rollhig help-
hw1v ilisablwl on the swell lianlly
ente.rs Into the scoie of this itper
Tt suffices to say tliat as each side
will probably have a large cruiser and
ti.riKKlo force with It, one of tJiest
...in m to tuin i , late tne ouier is.-
foix" much can lx: thune, and the vtctoi
may then U too enfeebled to act.
When a iluet lies In liartvor many
of tU conditions are chamgel; tint
toats know where to find tlie shlp,
tlu'ix-- Is no more blind awktaig and
then- will be very little of tlie hap
hazard in the attack. It Is true thai
In certain Us harbors, strongly for
tl!ll. protected by lioonm full of dead
ly obstructions, a fleet will Ik: sat
enough, but most ha.rlKirs are not sc
.!..,, Z.t.- then defensive measurefl
h,,,-,. t l. serioaisly adopted, and wot
betide the lltx-t If they fall. The
uiim.le; of all defenses is fir the fleel
' . . ,, ... ... .... t., 11 XIiill
I""- - ' -
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USE OF TUE WORD " CASTORIA" AND
" PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR I RADE MARK..
DR SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORlA,"Jfte same
l. , hnt-ne rind. rJnp.s n,OW
hear the facsimile signature of UVZ UC14 wrapper.
This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been
used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it it
adhas the signature 0 f
per. JVo one has authority from vie jo use my it-u.,,
The Centaur Company of which Chas. E. Fletcher m
March 8. 1897. U.
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substituta
which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies
on it), the ingredients of which even he does not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
Kind That Never Failed You.
-MC f.r.N-US COMPANY. TT HUM" STI,ttT. l OITV.
Roup of I'riiits.
Fruit wu:i :-. -;. ; Miss ,nna uai-;
rows, nro uppeUs:!ng and healthful, and
(oiniuon In foivlgn countries, particu
larly Sv-dcti. For one of these soups
take mie tabh'siKMinful of ra isins, two I
tablespoonfiils of ra w rice, three whole j
clovi-s and a cupful of drletl apricots,
the apricots iM'iiig tlioroughly soaked, 1
Oook the IngretlU'iits togetnwr m uiret
tilnts of wtiler for
thrvnich a sieve.
ful of salt and a tablesivoomful ol
sugar. The seasoning depends uuye
ly u;Mn the acUUty of tire fruit, ajp
pWft requiring more augar than oprt
rt.Ni'W York Tunes.
"Brevity Is the Soul of Wit.
Good Wife, You
. . irr ninu fluleklr. Sen1fnr"
an hour and rut; )CI nibtl U ei." Kiia-rTate r
Add half a tensi)KHn
Send fnr"W Invention Want
use f ails.
i Syrup. Ti
Itsst Couah Brrup. Tsatss OimhI. Use
In time, s-iid ny nrnwriaia.
i nn cirdcra of zona an.
iinor v all and ( elllnj
Manilla. Write for aatnplei and pri, ea The Ki
Manilla Koollnit U inpatny, ran, n i
g. , .l,
N M. V, No. 483-84
OHKN WBITIHO TO ADVI :RTI.KIH
W atltiaM saT rea saw tha rartlame..i
m this pssar,
1 (rtwse Is reached. Pity for the tfuwwted
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