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" THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 189S.
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In this workaday world tew women
ire bo placed that physical exertion
Is cot constantly demanded of them in
their daily life.
Mrs. Pinkham makes a special appeal
to mothcrsof large families whose work
Is Beyer done, and many of whom suffer
and suffer for lack of intelligent aid.
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or old, rich or poor.
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years old and have had twelve children,
and my younpest is eight years old. I
Lave been suffering for some time with
a terrible weakness; that bearing-down
feeling was dreadful, and I could not
Walk any distance. I began the use
Of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
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PROMISES JAPAN'S AID.
IVofeaanr Fnklsliiina on the Friendly Feel
ing of the "Yaukees of the Kait."
Profossor T. rnliishima, who deliver
ed au address recently at Trrro Hanto,
Ind., ou "Japaut'e Civilization" and
b a member cf thn faculty of the col
lego at Tokyo, H.tya tlio pnoplu of this
country may depend on tho aid of the
"Yankees of the rest" if tho European
powers assist h'puiu.
"Tho Japanese," said the professor,
"are willing and uuxioustolcuda hand
to tho Americans, lliey showed a few
years ago what good lighters they are.
They covered themselves with glos? iu
their contiit-t with tiio hated 'Cuiuoe,
and when brother Jonathan needs the
ltd of their 4? Hrxt class warships and
their 3.') torpedo baats it will be given
lo a twinkling. "
Profess r Fr.kiithima is a graduate of
When Nation and Men Iteray.
The fate of ?pnin as n nation is very
similar to that uf tlionsands of individ
uals all through tho n.nes. IVoxprrity
makes s line nie'i priiiligate. and their
pronperity bcromes their ruin. Pmfli
acy leads to Intnlervnce, and intoler
ance begets cruelty. ICuoxville Juur
BaL VatrloU Will ot Mind Thia.
You'll probably get a little more
chicory iu your eolloe, more willow
leaves in your tea and more foam on
our gljs (if beer, bat uo trne patriot
will obj-jct to this. Boston Commer
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HOW ELEPHANTS MAY BE USED
WITH DEADLY EFFECT IN
TIME OF BATTLE.
FURIOUS CHARGE OF AN
A patriotic American rncnagerio owner
has offered to tho government his entire
herd of S3 full grown elephants for use in
tho war with Spain. The elimato of Cuba
is entirely suitable to elephants. In just
such a climuto they thrive best, grow
largest and do their best work. In Cuba
they w oulil bo subject to none of tho dan
gers thnt beset hurses. TLo miliary quull
Qcntions of nn elephant nro his slzo,
strongth, docility, power of swimming
rapidly and long distances and tho remark
able toughness of his skin, which in most
places 1m Impenetrable to weapons of an
cient warfare oud v.-bich will flatten many
of tho bullets used in modern warfare.
Another grout advnntaco is his ability to
go, liko tho camel, a lung while without
fresh supply of food and water.
Tho way in which these elephants
would lie most useful in u Cuban cam
paign would bo In the transportation of
batteries, ammunition end all kinds of
stores from place to place, over plains and
mountains. Their superior Mduo as in
telligent beasts of burden cannot bo doubt
ed. That an elephant !oli:hts in crnao
hus been frequently nncl fearlessly illus
trated in battles of old. Tho greater tho
tumult, tho deeper the blood, tiio harder
and iiioro effectively ho lights. Nor is tho
proposition to mount deaalv Ontlinu and
Maxim guns on tho broad backs of the
beasts nil untried idea. It has been done.
Many of the emperors cf Delhi had light
guns mounted on their war elephants and
Used them in battle with some success.
Tho military history of elephants com
mences with tho invasion of India by Al
exander tho Urcat. Tho battle foil); lit
with l'orus is tho lirt well authenticated
account of tho nppearunco of these largest
of animals in war. Thenceforward they
were used by tho successors of Alexander
tho Great, particularly tho Ptolemies and
tho tfelcucid;e. Antipatcr introduced
them into Greece and l'yrrhus took them
into Italy. The elephants used by these
princes were of tho Asiatio race, but tho
Cnrthageniaus and Nuniidians, about tho
commencement of the Punic wars, began
to make a similar use of tho African ele
phant, which differs from tho other by
having less size, weight and strength,
with larger ears and tusks.
Tho elephant is exceedingly sure footed
and shows rrmarknbio sagacity in its
choice of routes over mountainous dis
tricts. It feeds largely on erats and is
particularly fund of tho stalks of sugar
cano and tho feathery tops of bamboo, as
well as fruits of every description. The
products of C'ubncompriseeverything that
an elephant might desire.
In actual warfare elephants havo been
and ptobubly would bu used as a covering
force. Where heay artillery was Cot like
ly to bo encountered tho beast misfit bo
stationed ia front of the lines, the inter
vals between buing occupied by light
troops, who could prevent the enemy from
turning tho elephants back on their own
Being held in reserve in tho rear, a herd
tf elephants might bo brought forward
at tho moment of a cris.s in buttlo and
turn tho doubtful scale of victory.
Tho military vaio of the elephant was
best tested in the Punic wars. Hannibal
attached more importance to the animal
than any contemporary general, and he
mode more skilliul use of it than any
other great commander of antiquity.
At the battle neurtho river Trebia Han
nibal charged and routed tho Roman cav
alry with a large herd of elephants, but
the infantry stood firm ugaiust them ud
eventually drove thcialmck on the Cartha
llanuilml had brought bis elephants
over tho ieo clad Alps, subjecting them to
the rigors of n climate to which they were
not accustomed, and hnd consequently
greatly lessened their fighting value, ho
In this campaign bo lost all but one of the'
animals and did not reccivo a fresh supply
list il after bis victory at Canna.
llanno Joined biui at Capua with 40 ele
phants and -i.Oto Nnmidian cavalry. I4iter
bo wns defeated at Nola by JIarcellus,
w ith a loss of four elephants killed and
captured. Ho wet a i.imilar 1-jssutGru-
)m litum, two elcp!;:.i;ts being killed in en
uns;vce;sf::l Mtimpt to relievo Caput,
nnu live nioro sl;;in In the tattle of Canii
At tho buttle of STetarus hi'i elephants
were repulsed by pike:i:en,' fonr being
slain on tiio sv.ot ar.d tho rest being driven
back on th- Cnrthtigt iil.in li.ics.
Tin! most remarkable cxnmplo of tho
use of elephants iltirln thia period whs
presented ct tho buttlo of Xumn, where
ll;u;::il v. covered bis lino with no less
than Mil elephants. Hcipio Immediately
chiMifcd the usuul formation of the Ho
mnii lines. Wl-ero the Ronians had stood
before in a solid phalanx ho left wido
spaces like lanes between tho manipuli of
the legmn.-, marking tlio arrangement . bv
throwing forward a number of Ekirmish-
ers and light troops.
l!ar.i!!l:al jrave tho usual order for the
elephants to charge tho Roman lines iu a
lieelr. As they went tearing down upon
tho army the skirmishers retreated through
thu lanes on J tho passages were left wide
open. i:!ephnnts on tho charge will keep
0:1 in n straight lino. As they t-'ped through
tho passages Scipio's pikemen threw
spears, javelins and darts Into their feet
u:d trunks. Tlit:s tortured they soon
turned back ami lied In. fright upon their
own ; .oplc. 'lhat Lattio taught tho Ito-
laar.s the value of the open formation.
Iculast Homau battlo with which elc
phantj wero coiiiioctcd wns tho battle of
'i'hapsus, when Julius Casar overthrew
the but army of tho republic und its Afri
can auxiliaries. That tho victory over
t;cm was regarded as important was
slicvvn by the trequmt apiJtaranec of elo-
ph:i:;ts en Roman coins and medals.
, Elephants wero usi-d in largo numbers
in tho wars cf Indi.i na lato as 177'.). and
they form ut this day a very important
fa: tor in the I?r!tl.-h trniy in India, being
used fer ti:o transportation of batteries
l:i discussing tho elephant as "an engino
cf war a rusted circus man is reported as
saying: "To l,c-.in with, ho can go where
hursts cannot. A Cuban thicket would bo
lMrh:ri t an e!e: hunt who bad spent
half bis lifo in Airlcau jungles. Field
piiCi3 could be siia-Mx'.l to bis tides, or ho
could ta put in harness and niaoo to draw
the heaticr impediment:!. The average
rc:;o:i h-s 1:0 ii'.ca :f the Ftnngth of a
fi;il iTor.n elephant. In traveling about
the cuui.try v.e t o thcjii in a hundred
ways. Vi ry frequently cag. and heavy
wago::s :et stuck in the mud. l our and
live teem;; cf bursts aro unr.blo to start
then:, and :i:u t lephjmts aro brought up.
'i wu cf them brace thoirheadj ngainst the
re;;r end a:, I push. (Jut comes tho wagon.
C :iy;:!( r wfc;.t invaluable astb.taiico they
would I c to t.j army creasing n low pieeo
of ground with nn cc;i;Ipjncnt of enmbcr
some crtllkry. When it ruico to carrying
and pr::irg in plueo tho Leavy timliers
Hint ere tften c.setl in building temporary
fort'JcMir.ns, the h( rd co iid be utilized to
Fpicnuid adva:itago. 'il o elephant is a
"Auothcr point worth considering is
that the hide cf the pachyderm is practi
cally buliet proof, lio has vulnerable
spots, of course, but they embrace but a
few square inches uround the ears. As a
moving fori for a squad of nen the animal
would bo a grc-.it success. Five of our
herd have seen actual service in the tribal
wars of tho Punjab. These, of course,
the warriors ridu in the howdahs and
tnnko effective battlo on the enemy's
forces. The elephants enr Into tho spirit
of the li: rg and trample down Or kill
with thi ;. trunks all who come within
reach. They como to be like old war
horses, who scent tho battle from afar and
aro eaijcr ft;r the fray."
It is pjUU that the war department at
Washington is serionsly considering tho
use of elephants in Cuba. Tbey would Ls
a sensational adjunct to Theodore Roose
velt's rough riders from the plains.
Deadly Duel cn an Alaskan
SEQITIX TO A ST0KY CF PERF1DT.
Pontile til of Baron Oracoff Wiea
Ecscian Governor of Alaska Ictlde
History cT the Sole of tbe Territory to
the I'nltcd States.
During tho blackest days of March the
locg lice of packers passing over tho
Skaguny trail to the Klondiko wero ap
palled and horrified at ouo of tho most
thrilling and awful sights that havo yet
boen witnessed in tbis land of startling
incidents and perilous ricks.
For one solid hour two men of powerful
physique fought a frightful battlo on the
brink of a precipice 2,000 feet above the
Ecething waters in tho canyon below. On
a narrow path carved from the mountain
Side, scarcely wido enough fur two to pass,
DUEL IM MIDAIR,
the two men mtS and fought liko fiends
in plain view of the hundreds of men who
lined tho trail on both sides of the summit
es fur os tho eye could reach.
Suddenly the form of ono was liftod In
tho air by his ndverrary. Tho latter, with
a grim, exultant smiio, moved toward the
edge, cautiously balancing tho dangling
form of his foo above bis head. Nearer
and rearer he approached tho brink of tho
yawning chasm, and es If to mnke cue
final effort bo leaned far back, and, as ho
did so, a clump of er.rth broke away from
the outer rim cf the trail, eomo gravel
stones iicw into tho air, an awful oath
broke the deed elhincc, and tho two men
fell hcndloug into the abyss bf'low. Among
tho evidences of identifierition found in
tho pack of ono was a letter from tho
American minister at Russia, which said
that tbe bearer, Priiico Ivan Oranou. was
tho eldest sen of Baron Oranoff, at one
tlmo governor of tho territory of Alaska.
before the transfer to tho American gov
ernment. The other was a half breed
packer by tho name of Jonathan I'rliti.
His fathcrwas Captain Prim, who perish
ed in tho great Karnkk lundslido in ln07.
In IBC.O Hon-a-wnuk was chief of the
Alaska Indians c::d Raron OrunofT tho
Russian governor of tho province During
that yeur tho baron, says the tian Francis
co Call, journeyed to St. Petersburg for
the purpose, of laying before the czar the
necessity of comuiittir.g a larger number
of ex ill's and convicts to Alaska that they
might be employed in the construction of
wharfs, forts and other improvements and
lortllications of the territory.
It wa3 about this time that Iskander
Ilirtzeu, ono of the leading spirits of tho
society or anarchists known as Decern
brists, flourished and exercised a great ln-
Uuence among his followers. Among tbeiu
was tiouiso bolovieff, sister of Ivan Solo
vieff, who attempted tho lifo of tho ezar In
1879 by thrice firing at him from behind
tho gates which led totho palace.
Whilo there appeared no outward man!
festations of this society until Psiifi, when
Tcherniohovsky was arrested and Hertzon
fled to London, they wero nevertheless
subjected to the strictest surveillance, and
ono ovening in tho month of October,
18(50, their place of meeting was raided by
thu ouicers of the czar and among tho
persops taken was Louise Solovieff.
The baron stood well at tho court of
Alexander II, and when a few days after
ward ho suggested to the emperor that
ixwise fcoiovieti would bo much safer in
Alaska than Siberia the czar preteuded to
seo tho rorco or tho suggestion, and when
the ship that carried the baron back to hU
castle at Sitka left the port of Odessa, on
tho rd day of November, IStiO, Louise
Solovieff was among the list cf exiles and
convicts transported to Alaska.
For a time Louise rosented tho proffered
and professed affection of the baron, but
after awhile she softened toward him, bo
came reconcled to ber fate, and. yieldine
to the fomo of an unalterable destiny, sho
consented to toe liaison.
A year went by and she bore him a son.
a bright little fellow, just turning 6 at
tho commencement of this narrative Sbe
called him Ivan after her brother, and
while tbe baron did not relish the idea of
a son of bis carrying tho name of a noted
anarchist her brother's attack upon the
czar bad then not yet occurred, so he mado
no serious objection to the toother's choice
cf a liaise.
f-be also became deeply Interested in the
education and moral tpaining cf tbe In
dians. She had contributed mncb to the
missionary districts cf Kadiak, l"nala3kn,
Atka, Kcnoi, ilush.-rgak and Knikphnk.
At the opening of tbis story sho bad been
on a three months' visit to these various
missionary out-' jsw. Sbe bad taken her
tsparture ia July, and her little sen Ivan
It was during her absence on this oeca-
Jion that en event followed which forever
destroyed tho poor women's happiness. It
same about as follows: Whin Commodore
Rodgers ia 185 divided his forces and
carried on his e: doratiecs among the
Aleutian Islands, the coast of Kamchatka
and the Arctic ocean uort j of the Bering
strait. Captela Prim.froiu Portland, Me.,
was assigned to tbo waters of tbo far north.
In tho fall of that year his ship was wreck
ed, and but for a tribe of Indians along;
the northern roast ho and his crow would
certainly have perished.
Old Pon-a tauk was the came of their
chief, and ho bad a daughter, U-la hio by
name, a most beautiful end charming
creature. Cuptin Prim, having shared
with the chief his lodge until the follow
ing spring, grew very fond of II la-hio, and
II la-hie grew very fond of him. At his
tequest : 'd by tbo consent of the chief she
accompanied him to one of the luissiuns
along tiic southern coat, where sbo at
tended school. Later on she entered a con
vent in Canada and grew to be a most ac
complished woman. Subsequently sho be
came tho wife of Captain Priiu and boro
him a son. Their homo for a year past
had !vn at Sitka. Tho captain, who was
now in tho employ of tho government of
tho United States, bad gonoon on explo
ration of the interior of Alaska, and dur
ing bis absecco bis wifo luado tho ac
quaintance of Raron Oranoff. The result
of that acquaintance enn best be told in
the following continuation of tbis story.
As Don n-wnuk stood with bis bock to
tho tide of tho hill and his face to tho sea ho
did not notice tho approach of Ixjuise. Sho
culled li'.ui twice, but ho did cot answer.
She theu hurried past the Russian guard,
who had stood all of this time apparently
oblivious to thu passing incidents around
him, and gently laid her hand upon Don-a-wauk's
"Louise!" ho exclaimed In astonish
ment. "Yes," h replied, "I returned this
morning. Tell me, Don aw auk, what
does this all mean'"
"Sol.1 like dogs," answered he.
"What do you mean?"
"Siean! Wo are sold Indians, dojs,
convicts i.!l sold."
"Your husband has sold this country,
end il-la-hie has sold her people."
"II -la-hie!" csclaimcd Loulso.
A few days later Louise and TXin-n-wauk
stood up-' tho cliff watching tho
departure of tho Russian Hoot. Neither of
them said a word. Ry tho side of Ixmisn
stood her boy. Tho awtul suffering of thu
mother s( emed to lnliuence the child, for
l.o was weeping bitterly and clinging to
ber band. Louise bad passed that stage
where tears can relieve. They watched in
silenco. The only sound that broke it was
tiio moaning of tho child. ProM-ntly they
saw a boat leave tho side cf tbo Roica.
Thero wero two sailors in it.
"V.hr.t does It mean, Don-a-waukf"
Eaid Loulr-o excitedly.
"As I exiH-ctcd," replied tho Indian,
"Il-la-hie litis compelled them to send for
"Den -a-wnnk!" cried Louise, catching
his arm with tho grip of a tigress. "Do
you think it issile:;"
"What possible?" bo grunted.
"The sailors do not know her child. I
will give them mine instead."
"Yes; bo would go with his father,"
cried Louise, exultantly. With this hho
kneeled by the child and spoke In tender,
reassuring terms. Sho told hi:u bo was
to go with tho sailors to bis father, and
sho would follow. Sho dried tho child's
tears and kissed him again and again.
When the sailors reached tho shore and ap
proached ber, sho told them that in antici
pation of the'r coming sho hud brought
Ihem the child of 11 In hie. The unsus
pecting sailors took tho boy without fur
Ijmiso und Dnn-a-wnnk stood and
watched. Tho sailors finally reached tho
side of the Heslea. Sho saw thorn taken
in, sho heard the bells, tho command was
given and ths rhip sailed out to 6ca.
"Thank God! 'ihunk God!" she cried,
"Thank God!" A voice of a child was
heard, and, lookinu up, Louiso saw tho
boy of Il-la-hle. "Where is my motherr"
Loulso Isokcd down upon tho ioor, de
serted, motherless child, and with u cold
und heartless smilo she replied, "Gone!"
That night tho storm came, and tho
wind blew. Away up on tho mountain
fide tho dim rays of neandio shone through
tho rifts of a cabin wall. Within sat Cap-
tsln i'riin. Ho was writing to his wil'o.
11-la-bic. tolling her of his coming home
and Low happy thoy would be. Rcfuro he
hud tininbcd ho heard the crashing of trees
above bis cabin roof. Ho ran to tho door.
but it was too lute. Tbe great landslide
cf Knrakk mountain Was u;in l.im. It
crushed his cabin like an eggshell, and be
neath the avalanche of stouo tbo body of
captain l'niu la7 entombed.
'i'ho winds still blew, end tipen tho
bores of Alutku a child cried for its moth-
sr. As be ran up and down the shore he
looked again and aguin farout on the roll
ing sea. Suddenly there appeared a form
upon the crest of a billow, and at his very
feet the waves tenderly deposited the life
less body of bis mother. Though a child
that he was, be kneeled on the sands and
took an oath to avenge her death.
Don a-wcuk, now M years of age. Is liv
ing today in the Indian village at Sitka.
When be heard of the tragedy on the trail,
ho exclaimed, "The fon of 11-ln hie shall
not lie as food for tho crows!" And,
taking a small company of Indian", he
rescued tbe body and gave It a burial, after
tho fashion of bis tribe, by wrapping it In
skins and placing it in j i'j)' rr'1 canoe
hung on poles.
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