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   Daily Huronite, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1890, Huron, South Dakota                                Decji the: BRUISES, SWELLINGS, CUTS, A bruise is a contusion; swellings are In- fiammations; cuts asd wounds are alike Alt- fcrbanoes to natural action, throwrh whioh Ibe veins are clogged, congei-tion sets In and pairs ensue. Nature U tries to right itself and pain la- fensifles. Bruises and swellings need a sooth- Bag influence, but In and wounds anyone would pour a liquid remedy into I wound. So soon as nature bring! the parts together, almost'at v s oothai TREMENDOUS RAPltD FIRING, After Si arf; anf: injured tissues and restorsi. Used according to It m. JUAUilAntil JJ1I J VI I' 49-Preston Street, Detroit Oil StfjaocSS Mr Gustav Nauwald, Jr. Frttfe encksburg, 'lex us, writes, August -Was badly cut with a scythe; lirUf Jacobs Oij-c-iired me." It AT DJUJUGISTS AM> JJKALF.RS. LAWRENGEBU Lawrence County, A Six Inch Gun Out Shot Sliot at Enormous Speed. Some important experiments were ear- ned out at the artillery range of Sir W CT. Armstrong, Mitchell Co. The pnncopal object of trial was a sis inch quick firing gnn of 40 calibers of length on a mounting of new design, specially arranged.to.be suitable for either the upper decks or the between deck bat- teries of our new cruisers. Another feature of this trial was the use of cord- ite, the new smokeless gunpowder which has been the subject of extensive trial during the last twelve months and seems likely to make a complete revolu- tion in artillery warfare. The proof of this gun was carried out by the Wool- wich authorities at Silloth, when the remarkable velocity of f. s. was obtained with a charge of cordite pow- der. The programme began by firing five rounds with a charge of E X E powder and service projectile for rapidity. The total time of firing these five rounds was sixty-one seconds. The same experiment was then carried out with a charge of cordite, bnt after three rounds the firing was stopped for a few minutes to remove a burr in the threads of the breech ac- tion, caused by sand getting into the gun. The first three rounds of this series were fired in twenty-four seconds, and the second two in fifteen seconds. Five rounds were then fired with EXE powder (non-smokeless) and service pro- jectile at a target which consisted of two as the brokers say, at "100 Doses One Hood's Sar- saparilla is always a fair equivalent for the price. Henry George has retired from the weekly paper business. Evidently as a single tax it .was doubling him up. WET CONTINUE the use of irritating powders, snuffs or liquids. Ely's Cream Balm, pleasant of application and a snre cure for catarrh and cold in head, can be had for 50o. It is easily applied into the nostrils, is safe and pleasant, and is curing the most obstinate cases. It gives relief at once. Nearly a year is paid by the British government for the car- riage of mails. When Baby WM sick, we gave her Castoria, When ihe a Child, ihe cried for Castoria, tVhen she became Mise, ihe clung- to Castoria, When she had Children, she gare them Castoria, The Coming Residence and in- dustrial City of the Great Western Mineral Celt of Tennessee. THE LAWBENCEBURG LAJSD AND MINERAL CO. above rl CAPITAL, Offices, Boorn Dearborn St., Chicago, Hi. Lawren'bg, Tenn. NE portion of the town set aside for manufacturing plants, with railroad facilities. It is the policy of this company to locate small industries, scich as the .conditions of the country are best adapted to sustain. None but substantial enterprises are wanted. For Furniture Factories; Sash, Door and Blind Works; Spoke arid Bending Works; Carriage Works; Chair Factories; Cart Factories; Tan- neries; Cotton Mills, Woolen Mills; Brick and Terra Cotta Works; Lime Kilns; Foundries, Machine Shops, there is no place like Lawrenceburg, Cheap and Good Timber iii Abund- ance. Cheap and 32xcellent Pig Iron. Sure Market. CHEAJP FARMS. CHEAP ITRTJIT LANDS. Go to Lawrenceburg. Good Town Already Rapidly Growing LAWEENCEBURG HEIGHTS. HEALTHIEST PLACE IN AMERICA. With all the advantages of Asheville, C. and a much milder climate in fy winter. High, dry pure air, pure water. 5 Absolutely no malaria. water a sure cure for Kidney and like complaints. v The air arid equable climate a sure iV'cure for Consumption and throat dis- -Ceases. Several hotels will be built on Law- renceburg Heights for the aceommoda- of health seeking patients. Beautiful lots iu The Heights for -with building limits. Scenery Boating, bathing and fishing. ior information, address Lawrenceburg Land and Min- eral Co, Lawj enceburg, Term. djoon 63, 1S5 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. casks lashed together with them, at 900 yards range. There being no_wind the smoke hung a great deal, and the firing was there- fore directed by an observer' who stood clear of the smoke. The five rounds were fired in sixty-one seconds, the tar- get being- struck twice, the other three shots just missing. To show the advantage of cordite over the EXE powder five rounds were then fired with the former at the same target the flag and staff of which still remained upright, as tide being the target rested on sand. It was found quite feas- ible to fire with the utmost rapidity, and yet, on account of the smokeless quality of the powder, to aim each shot deliber- ately. The result was that out of the five shots the target was actually struck four completely destroyed the casks and perforated the flag several and the last shot was only five yards short; and these five rounds with the above remarkable accuracy were got off in the suprisiugly short time of fifty- five seconds, Five rounds with EXE were now fired, changing from one target to an- other, three targets being placed at ranges 900, and yards, and spread out so that the gun had to be .traversed through, a considerable arc of training in going from one to the other. The results were as follows: 1, 900 yards hit target; 2, 900 yards, hit target- 3 yards, fifty yards over; 4 1400 yards, hit target; 5, yards, hit tar- get, cutting flagstaff. The total time of these fiva rounds was 3 minutes and 43 seconds, bnt a few seconds' delay was occasioned by tne cap of a cartridge case, which was only temporarily secured for these experiments, falling off in the gun during loading, which necessitated re- loading. Five rounds of cordite, under similar conditions to the last series, were now fired at the 900 and yards tar- gets, the j-ards one being no longer visible. The results were as follows: 1, 900 yards, hit target; 2, 900 vards, hif target, cutting flagstaff; 3, yards ten yards over; 4, yards, five yards over; 5, yards, twenty yards over. The total time for these five rounds was 1 minute 37 seconds. The gun was then fired with 5 degs. 10 degs., 13 degs., 15 degs. and 20 degs elevation, with charges of E X E and cordite, to test the mounting, and except tor a little difficulty in running out when at 20 clegs, elevation everything went Times. head did you put on your article? It is a tale. An Irish Leg-emt. Among the legends of Ireland is this beautiful and suggestive myth the islands of life and death. In a certain lake in Minister there were two islands Into the first death could never enter but age and sickness and the weariness of life and the paroxysms of fearful suffer- ing all were there known, and they did their work till the inhabitants, tired of their immortality, learned to look upon the opposite island as upon a haven of repose. They launched their barks upon the gloomy, waters: they touched its shore and they were at rest. This legend represents with pathetic fidelity the sad Erin of today, loolricg over to Atlantis across the the haven of repose, the shores of rest. Of the four and one-half millions of Irish people now left in Ireland it is safe to say 50 per cent have an ambition some day to see the land of the free and the home of Yan kee Lewiston Journal. 4 Mothers, Q Children. These children are being brought up on -Catsoria. Head what the motheis_say about Castoria. There is no opium, morphine or other nar- cotic substance in Castoria. The formula ia printed on the wrapper of every bottle. It is perfectly harm- less, pleasant to take and positively effective. Physicians prescribe Cas- toria, mothers give Castoria, and children cry for Castoria. It gives the child health and the mother rest., "I certify that' little Bobbie Hale, of 466 Portland avenue, St. Paul, was a thin, crying baby from his birth until he was given Castoria. He began to improve from the first week's trial. Has taken 13 bottles; is perfectly wall; weighs 30 pounds the day he was 7 months old, and when this picture was taken, Bobbie's changed conditon has caused many mothers to use Castoria. It is the best thing for babies I have ever known." FANNIE MULLIK, Professional Nurse. 466 Portland Ave., St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 3, 1887. This is a picture of my twins, Char lie and William. It was taken when they were 5J months old. They weigh 16 pounds each. I am indebt- ed to Castoria for their uniform good health." Mas. MABY SCHUI.ZE. 1829 Lexington Ave., New York, May 18th 1887. "I enclose you photographs of my 2 boys and 1 Petie and Willie. I owe their health and strength to Castoria. It was through my neighbor's urgent ap- peals that I commenced its uso as both my boys were thin and inclined to be sickly. At present they are fat and hearty, they weigh 8, Si- and 9J pounds, and are 2 mouths and 3 davs old." MBS. MABI KLINGNEK. 762 Cortland Ave., New York, May 23d, 1887. "I enclose you photograph of my quartette, 4 girls. They are now 2 weeks old. The smallest weighs 5 pounds the others 8 pounds' each My other children have all gained health and strength from the use of Castoria, and I have already com- menced giving it to my four little darlings." MRS. ANNA DEGROOTE Milbary, Mass Nov. 15. 1888. Liverpool is 201 miles distant from London by the shortest railway. Ready For Business! The Capital cuts to us for Letter Pamphlets, Bill the Printing Line. c? usiness Cards, s, or Anything in Journals, OB ANY KIND OF A BLANK BOOK MADE TO ORDER. FULL LINE OF -Montana, Oregon Colonists for ami Washington. Montana, Oregon, viceon, Washington or British Columbia points should take no other line than the Northern Pacific Eailroad This railroad, with its main and branch lines, has brought into com- munication with the east all promin- ent sections of the great northwest It t -only line traversing Montana and Washington. It is the only line run- ning through trains from the east to and through the state of Washing-ton It is the short line from St. Fault Send Tour Orders to Us. Save Money and Time. Mail Orders Promptly Attended to. L. W. COOKE, 1 ielesale em FOR SOUTH DAKOTA. Texas One-Tenth tlie Country. 'A great many people want to .know I how large Texas is in area. Thev look incjmte a.nnmber of alleged statistical abstracts and never find' the same figures m two of them. The official figures of Texas area are square miles- eqnal to aboiit 8.9 per cent, of the entire area of the United States and territories lesaS is ax; times larger than New _ square miles larger than all the eastern and middle states, including Delaware and Maryland. Compared- of she has square miles more than the Aus- trian empire, more than the Ger- man empire, and nearly square miles more than Journal. _ u J-J-VJUU OL. jLcttll t Butte City and Helena, Spokan Falls, Wash., and Portland, Oregon and the only all rail line to Tacoma and Seattle, Wash. Under present, car arrangement Pullman sleeping cars and furnished tourist sleepers are run via the Wiscon sin Central, and Pullman Palace Sleep- ers via the Chicago, Milwaukee St Paul, and Northern Pacific from Chi cago through to the Pacific coast with out change. In addition to this service the North- ern. Pacific runs on its through express trains regular day coaches, dining cars and free colonist sleepers from St. Paul to, Tacoma and Portland. The Northern Pacific line allows the holders of second class tickets to stop at Spokane Falls, Wash., and at all points west thereof, ten days at each place desired. This will enable settlers to thoroughly examine all lauds for sale in the new state before selecting.a permanent location. No other line offers holders of second class tickets an opportunity of examining all sec- WATEBTOWK, OF P1EEBE Trade tionsof-this great state without the payment of additional fares of from to um For maps, time tables and illustrated or any special information desired, address your nearest ticket agent: or CHAS. S. FEE, Geu'lPass and Ticket Agent, at. Paul, Minn A Valuable Bog. by a piano next door, eh? Well, I have a dog which al- ways howls when my wife plays the so she has to atop, and I'd let you have him if it -wasn't for ona thing. .he. cross? Send in Your Ma gazines and have them Bound in Handsome Volumes. Send us 75 cents for the Daily Huronite One Month. Send for the Weekly Huronite for One Year- for Six Months; 50 cents for Three' Months. Remember we are a Dakota Institution. We Want Your Work. The tongue of the giraffe is nearly a half long-. Pitcher Children Cry for r's Castoria. me mixer e d iGS-ireat   

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