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.-V. ; Time Contrattrd. II taken lini g year to tniM a Ro,l cruiser, ainl about thirty -thru miuut.'n t-j destroy n, affording to ('uwino lore Dewey' watih, Cleve land Leader. IHIla of 'r lit r ab lonabU Heatatirnnta, Tha que!!)!!! haa lti iiuhi'iiI r ami mr t.ii wht!.r tha -tiicrartiti i.f Kronen ml -rmnn ll'l. main thn l,li of faro i.f "' b(tr i ia. nf A medi an r-!ait raiit. l r U nut an litiprovmnent. Many pretend that l-r.ir tlimr Intrn-l-ictlim our iimklntf was '.jam. .nri.fri,.. hi, i, an i.-n nut-.tmii, but mi lull df far pr..iit aUwtiou to Iho fl!'tti.', Imt th.r, l,k.. t!i ma lr((iii auc iirranna with wiitk k M ( an btnird by ll.at.r.ter'a htomin ti ISltH-ra. AiM'iirillrig to Mate auditor of North Car o'iua, inor miiinir n paid t tlm rtimloyeanf the -tale .rm at ll lata a-a-duii than paid to the aenatora theiiiaelvra. On of Ula iUtn iinr ) the lutirr wrro overpaid. To Cure fold In One Day, Taka l.aftatlve Hmmo J tnln Tablrta. All ruggt jlarcftunl money if It fallitocure. -:. 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Tamuh GoutL UullULil u SIS nn TJso Are Ordered to Join Sampson. LEAVE WITH SEALED ORDERS They Will Assist In tho Chase For tho Spanish Fleet. Left Hampton Ho.iih In a Hurry. Five ve'sels of the flying nqnadron, under Commodore Schley, lei by the flagiihip Brooklyn, steamed out of nampton Boads Friday afternoon to join in the chase for the Spaniuh fleet, which has now entered the Carribbean sea. After passing the Virginia capes the vessels took a southerly course, going, it is said, to augment Admiral Sampson's fleet now in the vicinity of Porto Rico. The order directing the squadron to put to sea was received at midnight Thursday night. A few minutes later the signal "bo ready to put to sea at daybreak" was (lashed from the flag ship. Back from tho men-of-war came the answer. In a jiffy the men were summoned to the decks and the work of making the ship ready to sail commenced Suppressed excitement, mingled with delitrht. prevailed. Then the men waited for the signal to weigh anchor Day broke, but the signal was not hoisted. The day wore on toward noon. Excitement gave way to im patience, for the men had been lying off Old Point for six weeks waiting for orders to co to sea and they were afraid they were to be disappointed. The Signal Hun Vp. At 4 o'clock the signal ordering the battleship Massachusetts, the lexas the dispatch boat Scorpion and collier Sterling to weigh anchor was run tip to the top of the Brooklyn's military mast. Thirty minutes later smoke was curling from the stacks on the ships HL7 and tha delay of tU army of Invasion of Cuba. It is to tha navy that th 'rcrn- meat araia loi k.ii fur a Uiuo mm may end tlm conflict. Tho it w of the hiikiildi fWt revealed the if.sibilit V ... m f a quick iw'f" oil the pnrt f tlm Spanish fleet thjit cut tSi liu of com munication by water between (nla and Key Went, eipming tu great peril any American landing force that might be cauuht between a mmerior Spaninh army in Cuba and the e patrolled by i it.... . ....... rsjaniNii crusnera. it necaiue necefii ry, therefore, to defer tlm departure of the military expedition from Florida until the hpatiinh Meet is met and crushed or driven from West Indian waters. Orders flew thick and fast from both the war and navy departments. The first checked the movement on I lor- ida, netting in from all parts of the country, and diverted the troops to ward the concentration camp at Chick- mi 1 a a manga, llio navy department wired Sampson informing of the approach of the Spanish fleet and directions what to do, and another order flashed to Schley, who has been eating out his heart at Hampton Roads in his eager neHs to get into the fray, to utait with his vessels at the earliest possible mo ment. Ihe commodore took no chance of a cancellation of those highly desir able orders, but at 3:45 o'clock had put himself beyond the reach of any telegraphic recall, hat is expected of him cannot be disclosed at the navy department, and, naturally, is purely a matter of conjecture. Sampson'B fleet is strong enough un aided to overcome the Spanish flying squadron, if he can ever catch it out of the reach of fortifications. Schley's fleet, however, is lacking in speed as compared to the Spanish vessels, and co-operation on the part of our flying squadron would add very much to the chance of cornering the Spaniards and forcing the fight which is believed to be necessary to the success of the Cu ban campaign as now planned. v n K4 - -J" rn-, 1. UQ- t-r I V il No amount of argument can convince the experienced, honest grocer that any other soap will give his customers such general satisfaction as Ivory Soap. He knows that they prefer Ivory Soap to new kinds, of unknown quality. Ivory Soap will sell because the people want it, the other soaps may look like Ivory, but his customers want the real thing they may buy a new soap once to try it, but they come back again and again for Ivory Soap, and they insist on having it. r) . O-M-O Ot-P-M t-Ov l V &-& fr fc V t O - 9rf&THtHt "t,J CHAOS A XI) FAMINE Ketgna In Many Cuban Towna-Pork Sell ling at 81.H0 a l'oun.l. A dispatch to the New York World from Neuvitas, Cuba, by way of Nas sau, New Providence, says: Chaos reigns at Camaguey and fear and famine at Neuvitas. People are starving. Salt pork costs SI. 50 a pound, rice 50 cents and goats bring $100 each. The Spanish commander told the starving citizens to go into the coun try, as he could not feed them. Many soldiers are joining the insur gents to get food. The conditions at Tuerto Trincipe are still worse. The surrounding forts are almost abandoned. 1 r. BATTLE SCENE ON OLYMHA'S GUN DECK. and they were plowing the sea at a rate of fifteen knots. The cruisers Minneapolis and New Orleans were left behind, as was also the auxiliary cruiser St. Paul, which was taking on a supply of ammunition. At 8 o'clock Friday night the Min neapolis hauled up her anchors and steamed out at full speed to overtake the squadron. Captain Sigsbee, of the St. Paul, and the commander of the New Or leans also received orders to proceed at midnight. The fact that the Sterling, laden with 4,000 tons of coal, accompanied the fleet indicates that a long sail is contemplated. The arrival of the flying squadron will greatly strengthen Admiral Sampson's fleet. There was another report in circula tion Friday night that a flotilla of Spanish torpedo boats has been sighted cruising along the Atlantic coast, and that the flying squadron has been ordered out to intercept the fleet and sink the boats; but an officer from the St. Paul says no credence should be placed in the rumor. Commodore Schley left under sealed orders. . tNi'uraiW ..fairy1 , .- The Movements Explained. A Washington special says: The re ceipt of the news from Sampson of his attack on the forts at San Juan, and the news of actual presence of the Spanish flying squadron off Martin ique, only 500 miles miles away from Sampson and less than 1,000 miles from Havana, caused the dispatch of the flying squadron under Commodore RELIEF FOR MANILA. Keport that Spain "Will Send Blpr Expedi tion to the Philippines. A cable dispatch from Gibralter says: The Cape Verde fleet is at Mar tinique, but a second, Spanish fleet is now at Cadiz. The second fleet consists of the bat tleship Pelnyo, the armored cruiser Emperador Carlos V., the cruiser Al fonso XIII, the Rapido and the Pat ria, auxiliary cruisers, formerly the Hamburg-American line steamers Col umbia and Normania, and three tor pedo boat3. It is reported that a strong military expedition is being organized at Cadiz and that it will shortly proceed to the Philippine ' islands, escorted by the Cadiz fleet. WIXSLOW OFF KEY WEST. She Will Be Bendy For Sea Again In a Short Time. The torpedo boat Winslow, dam aged in the engagement at Cardenas, reached Key West Thursday night un der her own steam in charge of En sign Bailey, of the Wilmington. ' It is believed the boat can be repaired and made ready for active service again in a few weeks. Two of the seamen on board of her were badly injured. They say that one of the crow who was standing in the conning tower had his coat liter ally shot away but received nothing but a slight flesh wound iu the right side. Eighteen shells struck the Winslow during the engagement. An Engiisii expedition "has been sent to New Guinea to study the anthropol ogy of thte ratlves. Two of the mem bers will make a study of native psy chology, and one will wcrk a phono graph for the production of samples of Papuan music and conversation. The photographers will illustrate per sons, costumes, habitations and decor ative arts, and a cinematograph will record native i-ances and ceremonies. If the expenditlonary force Is not eaten up by the results of great Interest and value. Russia is beginning to honor her Siberian explorers. A statue is to be erected at Chabarowsk, on the Amur, of Deshnew, the Cossack who went by sea, in 1C4S, from the River Kolyma to the River Anadyr, thus sailing through Behrlng Strait for the first time, and proving that Asia was separated from America. It is proposed, moreover, to change the name of the East Cape into Cape Deshnew, which will probably be objected to by geographers. TO in j'uy ilU tin : 'I have been ualtig CASCUIF.TS for Insomnia, Willi which I liave been afi'.icted for over twenty years, and I can my that ('uscareta have given me more relief than any other reme dy I have ever tried. I shall certainly recom mend them to my frlmids a being all they are represented." Thus. Gillard, KtKln.lll. i CANDY CATHARTIC i TWADI MANN B(tOT53 Dont Tobacro Spit tad Smoka Tear l ire Away. To quit tobacco easily and forover, be mag eetlo. full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To-Dae, the wonderworker, that makes weak men itrong. All druggists, 60c or II. Cure guaran teed. 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