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D£S MOINES, ALGONA. IOWA. the late strike on the New fll feailroad, the malitia tvero be iti readiness in ease of t they were not called out, £ interview. Gov. Hill said the %|te not t6 be called upon except or ah Smersrenoy. The emerged not arisen, therefore they would ordered out. He remarked that j i j firsi ? re ' lt 8tfike witn tthich fla had experience, and he did not pose to lose his head; the only point Which there had then been eerioUs trouble Was at Syracuse, and there a deputy-sheriff had lost his head and bre- orpated an encounter. '•£he Strike continuld several wenka and there was riotous action at various points along the road, but the civil au- norities were able to cope with it with- to calling on the militia, "Jhe test of a man's real ability comes »h an emergency arises which makea iy call on his good judgment and, . .etion. The man who retains his ^/presence of mud, maintains his equipoise and exercises sound discretion at BUch critical junctures, is to be relied on and will be put to the front. Men with level heads have the stayiiiu- qualities which uo not falter in the fnuo £ danger. Otis A. Cole, of Kinsman. Q., June 10,1800, writes: "In the fall Aft itttereiMng fhj-chlc rlidnomonon Arena Some reroiit articles in Various /.hies eofteerhing'some strange events,' induce me to send you the following account of a marvelous dreiim. The gentleman who told it to me is (n honored lawyer of Portland, Me., the,city °/, ul , y , re ? klejl ? e ', Ju ^citing it he said, "If I had read of this in a book, I should hare found it very difficult to accept it, but! khowth.at it is true." He has recently conferred with the brother to whom reference is made, and the latter confirms ihe truthfulness of his • narration. Cupt. * .TTT* ths brofcner of m y informant, was killed in the battle of Gettysburg. The night before his death he clreained thai lie led his company into the battle and that, early in the day, he was shot through tbe pit of the stomach and fell dead, ifc rose from sleep greatly depressed. The colonel of his regiment perceived his|glooiii,"and, after Imieb questioning, 'discovered the cause. '.'You are unwell," tho colonel said in kindest tones: "you must not g into the fight; I will have yqu sent lo th rear; you are too valuable an officer i'or'u to lose; 1 will have the doctor order vo to report yourself on the sick list." "No, ^as the reply, "it shall never be said lliu iapt. F suffered his men to go int< JtitHe, without leading them himself.' No persuasion could induce him to keoi out of tho battle, he was shot through the pit otthe stomach, and fell dead. Tiie, news of his death was telegraphei .OCTOBER 29, 1890. moon w gnawed by jnice. The Polynesians think that the spirits of the dead are nourished by it. The Hottentots; when tiie,v grow too severe she' covers her head with her hand and hide* fnm on- eyes. Ihe superstition of; .the, Esquimaux is very characterislicj when ihe moon has ur- sued pur her course three weeks she grows and hungry, extremely hungry: so shi retires and eats nearly t like an Exqui- . ^ * ~" tf -•« .A.UWUUU11. •"*•" w"wj. *ii i. ^/j. uittilUt J.J.U nLliL LtiU III looter and be said I had Bright',. I once for Gettysburg, going by the way of 1 j • kldnoys an d that he would Baltimore. Arrived at the field hu s-iw 11 a °2 '"^y shoes for the etate of some soldiers of his brother's company • -.DUt OB did wot InflA nnnrarra i->» SlrJilnwTiAnr n v.-ji) *'/»«,-»„ u.—l,:.-^ _._ , . of 1888 1 was feeling very ill. I consuTl" ' to his^ brother in "Portland'. ""lie's tai-ted'at eel a tlootor and ..»^. •> ... _ ,-. , , disease not stand Ohio." .But he did not Jose courage or \ sittingnear a raiftenceT" "pushing "orT'l'ie Bive up; he suys: "I saw the testimonial i passed a brook, which had risen rapidly a w!L i; 'TT °?i eman ' W, 0 Gregory | day or two before, and had overflowecHts JNe» ilaven, Conn., and I wrote to I western bank. The ground beyond was •/. - 1 ?, du e time I received an answer, i therefore, very oozy, and mv friend Vnnt»i ,tmg that the testimonial that he gavo' it difficult to walk He saw the vassrenuine '—• " ' " ' ?«T ular ; Warner's Safe Cure; ny for one year." Qov. Hill is accounted a very succuss- " man; he is cool and calculating and , ongs to the class that do not lose their heads when emergencies arise. ~ n ,~- v , - -— t -^ — ,,«.... iati oaw tut; uumu and not overdrawn in any , beaiinghis brother's name, and so inark- 1 tooK a eood manv bottlnH I ina the teninnrnrv m-ava n.,t u« man y bottles have .not taken ing the temporary grave. But he discovered that he could not raise the body soon : without much assistance. Accordingly", . lie returned to the group of soldiers, and asked them to load themselves with the rails of the fence. This they did, and all advanced to the grave. It was necessary to Jay down some of the rails in order that they might walk and get close to the grave. •! 1 hen my friend requested two soldiers to st -TS ' the waist. * f " c ~ —' '-- '" ' • • • Their Itruvery Kcu in-tied. to the nbers — ..wniMii in ^shipwrecked^franien last year. THE w 1 A From a Catholic Archbishop down to tho Poorest of the Poor 'all testify, not only to the virtues of TA ST. JACOBS OIL, The Great Remedy /% Pain, iut to its superiority over all other remedies, expressed thus: ' it Cures Promptly, Permanently; *onl ch rneana strictly, that the pain-stricken seejc a prompt relief -with no return of the My friend himself bared his arms, and placed them under the neck. At word of command, all lifted, and the body was brought to the surface. Uncovering the face, it was found to be discolored i by mud and Mr. F— instinctively reached tor his handkerchief, but found that he had removed his vest as well as coat. Remembering that the handkerchief was in one of the pockets of the vest, he laid the body down, went to a hillock near by, returned, wiped the face, and then, reverently covering it, had the body put in the coffin * f t • ,, , ani p!e supply of food; ,„ . a fortnight she gradually increases in size unhi ghe again sails round arid beau- titul through the heavens. The l''amoHB "Passion Play." T ,- Crawfordsville, Incl, special to the Indianapolis Journal, says: Samuel B. ihomas of this city and Maurice Butler * i ndla . n , a P olis > who are making a hour * *v..?!> w . orlf i' , at tended a performance ot the 'Passion Play" at Obw-Aimnergau, In a tetter to Dr. Thomas, of this city? his son thus describes the history and prusen- auon of the. play: "Jn 1863 a plaguo was raging most de- B .luchvely in all the country round about. UJjer-Ammergau alone, of all the villages thereabouts, was free from the awful pest, and this was so by reason of the strict SEVERAL of the workmen's quarters of Berlin wore illuminated Tuesday night in honor of the esmirntion of tlin iiuH-si'ocwl- ists law. The Italian soci'filists sen! con- {.Taiiiliitions t,o their frerniati breMiwn n« cl lampions of the proletariat. quarantine under which the place was kept. Working in one of the villages far clown in the valley was a man of Ober-Am- nu'rgau. lie had a wife and children at home, and as the clays went by his clesiro to be with them increased But the quarantine kept him out. At last, though he well knew what would be the consequence ot his act, he stole by a sleeping sentinel, and in the darkness crept to his house. Almost within a clay he and his wife and the little ones lay dead, and the dread disease raged through all the village. A hundred died, and all prayers and supplications seemed in vain. At length the people, in their fearful anxiety and distress, met together and made a vow to God that if He would-end top plague they would perform a Passion Play'every ten years. At once, as by a miracle, the pest disappeared, netrer o come forth again. "This promise has been AN extraordinary advance In the use of cocoa seems to have taken place of late years In England. In Hie House of Com- mono, this last session, the Might lion. G. J. Uoschcn, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, (•ailed attention to it as a cause lor much or tlio falling off of the use of coffee. He attributed in a measure, to the position & preparation of cocoa known as "Grateful jiiid Comforting" lincl taken. In accord with tins suggestion, it mtiy bo Interesting to follow the course cocoa has taken In England since 1833, when the duty, which had boon standing at Cd. per pound, with an Importation of under half a million pounds, wasi reduced to 2d. per pound, nnd not long after we find the hoincoojiatliic doctrine of medicine Introduced into the kingdom, and mat the use of cocoa was specially advocated by physicians adopting that mode of practice. Soon after we find the first horn- reopsthie chemists established in England (tno flrm of James Epps & Co.) produced a special preparation which only needed boll- jng , w , a .fer or milk to be at once rcudy for me table, and the superior character of Oils production has, no doubt, done much, as the Chancellor of the Exchequer said, to bring about (backed as It was by a further reduction of the duty to Id. per pound) the ad. vance made. ' John Eastman, » full-blooded Sioux In?T •.' i" 08crvl "fc' o Q tl"> Brand Jury In ths United States court at Sioux Falls, 8. D. Eastman is a Presbyterian minister, and Is highly educated. not clinj) tlio Many puoplu Dobbins' Electric Son;i docs minds, buiiiff jwrMly -. ,„•,. nllliclcd with 8uft Klieimi liu.i.. ,, VU1I by Its use. I'rescrvcs und wlnu-in ,• Jliivo your ffrocor «_Mcr It aiul try U now. Snys a writer in tlie Houston (Tuv.) Hur- buzxiu-d I will ll.ylili w ' old: I hiive uzxiu- w llirht n-ra any dog in IlttrrlscoimlyJTor a _wi{g u r ,5 If afflicted with Sore Eyes,'iiKi> hr. Isaac Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists »ulJ it. 85e. A Mrs. Dr. J. C. Brownly, of Kansas City, te out on *' ----- ' — - , then ounded upon the Gospel and is reiigious I Sonata" to Beethovcu'g'notes. n its aim as well as in its subject * * *l "n» _ ,... — Bach scene is preceded by a tableau or notarial representation from the Old Tes- ament, which is supposed to have -onio had purchased at the field with his o eterence to the scene about to be given- a orge chorus, by speech and song, explains he copnection between the tableau and the cene itse f . Ihe play opened at 8 o'clock nt lasted until 5, with an intermission of n hour and a half for lunch. At 3 in the morning everyone is awakened by the firing ot a cannon; a little later a band is beard escorting to the church all those who are to take r art in the play, where mass after mass is said for them, and tho Lord's bupper is partaken of, to properly prepare the . lr . "I'^s for the day's Vork. At 7 O^ year borrows another year's f ool . You didn't use SAI'OLIO last vear? haps you will not this rear, try it In your hoiise-cleaniiuf. Perlie wise and "Wcttt Well/" That's the way you feel after ono or two of Dr. Pierco's Pleasant Pellets have done their work. You feel well, instead of bilious and constipated; your sick headache, dizziness and indigestion arc gone. It's done mildly and easily, too, You don't have to feel worse before you feel better. That is tho trouble with the hugo, old - fashioned pill. These arc small, sugar-coated, easiest to take, Ono little Pellet's a laxative, three to four are cathartic. They regulate and cleanse tho liver, stomach and bowels—quickly, but thoroughly. They're the cheapest, pill, sold by druggists, because you only pay for the good you get. They're guaranteed to give satisfaction, every time, or your money is returned. That's tho peculiar plan all Dr. Pierce's medicines are, sold on. Can you ask more? fot- Sell on t SONG MANUAL. co Teachers. Ttaehtfii s ,V & Fof tllgh „ , SONO OnRKTINO. Ujr r,.O.Emer«on. fiOeti., S« don. A good book, with the best of mnMo. for Pfrtrto Tenehert and Thttf Pnptlf „ Collodion." " P " ** m pi,,,^, rfii»iilnrH;iiir'oCollodion. (W I'Riry Fln u ,.in. 81) picrns. ttir^"'''"'™.!. J?{;iSE!: Plniio ( Insult's. Vol. H. 81 nieces ft 1 .'. 1 -" 1 ". »»y "tun?. £ ,,S: liniid I'nltmitlon. 10 l)iic>|j», I'lnno Cntl'n. JO Opcrns. «nl» per tmr t tjr ally not Si^i?.^', 11 " 1 ; 11 , 1 " 1 * .""""f' 1 f'"-a » 0 «l« oroliolr. t-oiid for J^liU. Dookt andUvtic mailed for Ketalt prtet, OIIVEE DITSON COMPANY, 0. II. D1TSON ft CO., 807 Itroadw.y, Tlio tllmibllltv 1,111 Inn law. Boldlvn dlnnl.lnd nine* tlia wnrnrooiiiltlml. Uop«n>Innt wldnwn niul imronif now ilnpaiidnnt wliono «uni illod from ofTootn of n loi'Tlcoareliicliidoil. If you wlihVoiir clai nni! Hnccu««f»l cvutoil, _..«._ A .'l u>v '"i-tliuil SURE Gim for r>r r.flmnuiinilliiK Tnr. "VSALT RHEUM ,. i it'llSwlfi., 'i'iJP"'^.. » U I'I'H«"1 IIIJ I I 4> n f >O., a 111 %VII M li If A new thing in pen-wlpers is a silver pig, whose back is covered with natnmi lirS' . FOB A DuonnsnuD LITISII try HKiioiuii'g Pruji T, he , Ind . c P cnd ence was the (Irst steamboat navigate on the Missouri river. She lert and stopped near ten- Baltimore. Leaving , n „ ,, . precious burden, he reached Poitland, and went to a neighboring town where his parents were awaiting him. A brother had come from the northern p_art of the state. After a brief interview in the house, the brother said that he wished to have further conversation in the barn. Arrived there, he'said John, when you arrived at the field of Gettysburg, did you meet some soldiers of t o» company, sitting near a rail tente? "I did," was the surprised reply. "Did you go on, pass a brook, fine tue ground ooxy, and could not reach A—' grave?" "I did." "Did you return to the soldiers, ask them to take rails, and . . . o clock the church is closed and at the same time the theater opens and is toon filled by the thousands waiting for admission. Precisely at 8 o'clock the discharge of a Both the method an;J results who* Syrup of Pigs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, andacta gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system efieclually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tha only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in ita action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the moct .aealthy and agreeable substances, - .:Je many excellent qualities com mend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o . *pd $1 bottles by all leading drug&VT* 7 . 4ny reliable drugp-ist -n-ho -"""havo it on hand will pro- promptly for any one who '*~£ Do cot accept £.r" CO. SAP FRAHC1SCO, OAL. if. KY. «£W fORK, (her fc:Jo or ovcrciicclis nt leather ero acoarauiy r.~do ana so '•- , go with jou?" "I did; but in God 1 name, why do you ask these questions?' Jt seemed to him as if his hair was rising up all over his head. "I will tell you bT and by. Did yon have rails put oeneatl the knees and waist? Did you raise the head yourself ? Did you wish to wipe the the face, go to a hillock for your vest, re turn, wipe away the discoleration caused by mud and place the body in a coffin you had brought with you?" . "1 did, but how do you know all these things?" In reuly the brother stated that a neighbor, a laov' had come to his h:use a few days before crying out, "I have had such a horrible dream! A - is killed. John has gone on to get the body." Then she recited all the details given above. "How can these things be?" may well be said. 1 send you the account, Mr. J^ditor, to be used as you think brst. Mr. f ' - 1 my informant, will confirm all I have written. Surely this is a marvelous dream. Who can explain it? Visiting Tufts College some time ago, as one of its board of visitors, 1 saw two .'volumes, which bore the title, "Phantasms j or : be Living." "Phantasms of the Living! J said "what are these? I have neard of phantasms of tho dead, but rot of the living." The books proved to be the records of the English Society of cal Research. They contain many deiful accounts. They deserve the serious attention of scholarly men. Unless greatly mistaken, among these this marvelous dream, told friend, deserves a place. cannon announces the commencement of the play. It ran all day, holding the immense audience of 5,000 people in intense interest from beginning to end. "There are about six hundred people engaged in the action of the drama, and the stage management seems to be almost perfection itself, All tbe actors seemed to be thoroughly imbued with the religion spirit ol the play, the principal characters are sustained by men and women who have been in the cast before. Joseph Mayr as Christ, maintains a gentle dignity and grace, which has only come fet Louis May 15, dered ' ° 1819 Iowa phyBicians are cal_ patient who has been In n dropsl. l ]Jku. JJKe to feel it is a safe a remedy Is Dr. Bull'a . o Richards, twelve 1 proscribe and folly en dorao lilK U an tlio onlj npncinu for me oorlaln r;utt Of JS". \ \Vn Iinvo cold Jiifi G I • many >car«, an>.l It liw clvi'n thu bust of BiiU« fnotion. D. 11. DYCHE&CO. Chlci.jii. li SI. 00. Bold by Dru(fi.-l»ti ASTHMA. (II von Iminorllntn nillof. II 'H l)Cllll,v.;,l to hO till) !!«' '.ST1IMA llamedy know. .1 iiuinniilly. A» cvtd-irvi •te KlvB n '. rlnl 1'nakunt !• Ithlb. Hold by DrU|;if In!,. Hunt by inii'l iioHt-piild, foi flporHor. '' 1' , 2001 H|<! nuo, I'lilludelphla. PATENTSHM ychi- won- ous am accounts me bv my j. — f o ;-» " -«%*** 4juo ujjiy uuine from long acquaintance with the part, he having played it in 1870 and 1880. Judas was finely acted, too. The costumes are ot the time represented, and are very handsome and rich. ,," rhe . r " 0 . stiln Pressive scene is that of the crucifixion. The curtain rises showing Uolgotha. boldiers, priests and people occupy the stage. The two thieves are already hanging on the crosses, to wlrch they are fastened with ropes, their arms bent back over the cross-beams. The arge cross, to which Jesus is nailed, still lies on the ground. Jt j s soon ere ^ d and placed m the ground. Then follows the town scene. Mary, John and Ma.'stand by in deepest sorrow. Tlie - f . all( I priests mock Christ, while the soldiers lying on the ground cast lots for the o?Phri fi f rm - ent8 ; , Thenthe familiar words of Christ arise at l&st, 'I thirst ' when a •Don trG fi 1 If'fl vui f IT * * ' "Cn i* mouth; then the last word!and 1 afils^ver 8 1 he scene is acted so truthfully that the effect upon the great audience is indescribable. All is silent save for tbe sobs and weeping of those who are unable to restrain their emotion. This is soon interrupted by a noise of great thunder on the stage, but the news of the temple's veil be- Ask Tour Frlrndg 'About It. b^° U l'f d L 8treS8in ? cou S h can bo cured. We know U, because ^temp's Balsam within the past few years has cured so many coughs and co Ids In this community. It/rcmark- able sale has been won entirely by nu PATENTS!» utloiiH J'UJKH to •i. Write at once '-book of lulorwu- v,, , thinks of Kemp's Balsam nono 80 Parks Bullock, an eleven-year-old wiVi'! 1 ,u' F ' u ;' boj > is U1 " lci> arrcst . d—o- Binudil K asa;lssil wtu William AI. V,'e will give *100 reward for any ease of catarrh thul camiut be cimM with Hull's Catarrli Cure. Tulfen iutunn:;!y V. J. CHL'XEY_& CO., I'rops.j Toledo, 0. Berlin drank in 1889 2GQ,2.i7,100 quarts ot beer—tbat is about 150 quarts to every man womau and child. y ' WEAK MENi-.v.uMtr.u.i-i.-.-i hoiMl from ymillifiil nrroti, Au., quietly lit fionio. 04 imgi l.y , W In. «>*Wb'MBN~i Clll*« UllMIIK'lvUB ot 1 All I'rlvnlii ]»l«cn«(.a iont Kit KM (imilfiiY CUKE r;UAttAXTI'.KI>. IIo YKAUS' ci n orlcH«<J Thcl-«WEMISDIOALlN8TITi;'J'K,Wln«to.l,OoiM» N 1 EW PENSION LAW. THOUSANDS NOW KNTITJ.,KI> WHO HAVKNOT'ltlSJJiNJSMTJTJ.ICU. AddreM lor loriiiu fur ippllcHUoii and full InformuUon wwr. w. DUDJOEV, LA'i'K COAIJVIIHBIONI'JH O1T TJCNMIONHL Attorney nt Law, WiiHhlni'toii. I). O. (Mimtlon thin pnpor.) Ujm.l! In .ul7-,r«m. Dr. II. Hl'llimU9f,kt. I'mil.Blnn. nKH- men ami woinui, In llif rouiiLi'/ ov.u tholj!' "vrifi, thcli liciulth unil Ihi-ir^liApiinir,., 1 , '.( U'lKii'M I'ood. iliflr iluliv dli'l lit nriitii'y niti) Dlilhlhitifu tiavliv ii.r.ll llltluo'H KoOrt. 3C CC.'I'B' 1 " Si CO., J*iilwur, Alii>* . ___________ 'SuccossfulK Prosecutes j Lat«Pr!n«]pal JJxarnlnwr U.B. t*«nn!on »,<!. THE SJAK JX TUE MOON. Some Queer Traditions Tluit are Current In A'urlous Countries About Him. Interesting traditions are current among the various nations of the earth concerning the dark spots on Luna's silver shield and the shapes into which imagination has converted them. In the whole of Eastern Asia, the people see in those spots a rabbit or a haro; the Chinese, especially wa a hare pounding rice in a mortar. J ne .•Siamese also perceive on part of the moon a hare, in another part a woman tilling the ground. The North. Americrii Indians, too, strangely enough, see a "-naw- j ing animal. On the ancient monuments ' in Central America the moon appears as a '— on a f hell whence ••• ^ - thieves are crushed by the brutal executioners, their bodies taken down and dragged away. Christ being dead they simpy pierce his bnjtwt. This is more terrifying to the spectators, b^cam* it is such a perfect illnsjon-the blood gushes forth in a stream upon his breast Now all is silent and deserted. Then Nicodemus and others slowly and reverently take the body from the cross, wrap it in linen paye-cloths with spices and then carry it to the sepulchre in tbe background This ends the holy scene. Afterward follows the scenes of the resurrection and "In 1887 my son, 7 years old, had a whlta swall/ng come on hl« right log below the knee, which contracted tho mmclea r.o that hia lep nai drawn up nt right angles. I considered him a confirmed crlppl*. Hood's Sar«ajmrillii woke ap his appetite and soon pleoeaof bone came from the sore. The discharge decreased, the swelling went, down, the leg straightened oat, and in a (en months he bad perfect use ot his leg. He now runa everywhere, and apparently ia B» weM as ever." JOBS L. lIcJIUBBir, Notary Public, Bavenswood, W. Vo. Hood's Sarsaparllla Sold by oil draggista. |lj six for »«. Prepared only by 0.1. HOOIJ 4 CO., Lowell, Mass. iOQ Doses One Dollar J. B, OBALLE A QQ., Wanhlngton, D. O IF" AT FOtW.S ' POSITIVE CURE. BHOTIl EH8. 50 Warron 8i,, New York. J'rteo BO cl«. Clilldrea take it witho'ut "Sbjoetton" m Hy druggists. We ELECTRIC 1 " 3 . PATWEDAuc.'ie, 1887, ••• cension. as- The Hmtles of the Future. American Machines!. It is becoming more and more apparent that the batt.es of the future, whether on Jand or sea. will be largely contests of machines with machines The development of modern weapons has gone on at such a pace that it. eeerns not unreasonable to predict that before long what will ELECTRIC IHSOLES.,SS c A,r CS CO YOIT NEED NOT FEAR I great extent, mechanics and engineer* I Already the modern naval vessel has Tutt's Hair Dye No one can detect it. It impart* a e ifetothehiir. &«fi Offl<*. 30 Park Place, offer you a ready made medicine for Coughs, Bronchitis, and other diseases of the throat and lungs. Like Patent Medicines, it is well advertised, and attained to a wide sale. other so-called having merit it has Call it a "Nostrum" if you will, but believt us when we say that at first it was compounded after a prescription by a regular physician, with no idea that it would ever go on the market as a proprietary medicine. Why is it not just as good-as though dollar for a prescription and a drug store? costing fifty cents to * an equal sum to have it put up at ES CHILD BiRTH asr If yon »arr«r from Catarrh, In MIT of Its W.P?, 0 ' • ""*•'» <"•'« >"•'<"» It is too let*. Tl tr c- . "»m "ti num. JUUIIY ou er :,» ijojtliern nation? see a human figure, usu- y ally an old woman who *pins or carries : burdens. ! _ The Esquimaux have a thoroughly na- j tional tradition. One day Aning, the moon, ursued his sister, the sun, but western India, disappearance ihe other who regard the by the man, or left undone. "Indeed" mo-Jeru war-ship has grown so coin- plicated, and done if, so rapidly, that it is said many of the oldest officers oEfrhe navy are meeting with considerable difficulty in keeping abreast of thelimprovemunts, and that tbe ycunger ^nien, fresh from the ambition IF UftBO BIPOHB CONFIHBM1NT. BOOE TO "MOTBIOS 1 ' ]>UlI.ai>-FB». - of North- the monthly of the moon as burning - naveconnedetJ Ihesp7ts «-ith this idea and believe them to lxj the remains of legend of \ ing rapidly to the front ,,_„«. iv seems tbat future naval victories are to be woo not by ihe side that has the strongest and bravest men necessarily, but by the j side which has its men best water bearing «in still be seen with it. Some of tbe beli<?& about moon «re als» y< jar; they wore aud more into prominence the «aa- and engineer, and it i« »T IEWIS' L, I'owdt- 98 Tbe strongtift st>4purut LJJ made. Will make th* i*ri i-erfumwl Hard Soap in 20 un'nule* vtihtui boiling. It if the best i'a d &mk£, clotfcls, drains, battles, barrel*, paint*, slovens fief Hdy they polteh rhe bottoms of thep&n^wnen hev a never Hred of cleaning "Up Two sereanfe in tvo neighboring houses dwelt ' *

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