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i G. ROSIER, ra.lv.
Three successive snow slides oc
sjurred at Aspen, Col., the other day.
Several persons were supposed to have
A Berlijc correspondent says that a
proposition has been made that the
fiamoan Government be divided be
tween the United States, Germany and
England, and it is greatly favored in
it. DELESSErs stated at a meeting in
Paris of the promoters of a North Afri
can inland sea that Captain Landas bad
gone to survey the Tunisian oasis. On
M. DeLesseps' return to Paris from
Panama in April next a company will
be formed to carry out the project of
creating the sea.
TnE Pan Electric Telephone Com
ftnny put their telephone system in
operation at St. Louis the other da'
and srave an exhibition of its workings.
It di tiers in several respects from other
telephones and includes apian by which
communication may be had by anybody
by paying a toll of a nickel.
The ceremony of blessing the Neva
River was performed at St. Petersburg
on the 18th of January with all the
gorgeous display of former years. The
Czar and Czarina participated and
showed their confidence in the people
by appearing amid the great crowd
without special military escort.
A pautv of hunters who avers re
cently in the Rocky Mountains have
returned to Bismarck, D. T. They re
port that in many of the valleys the
know is over twenty-five feet deep, and
trappers ami hunters predict heavy
floods in the spring, and an immense
June rise in the Missouri when the
Mi:. Siioeniiof, American Consul at
the English Potteries, in an interview
recently expressed his belief that the
decrease in the British exports of pot
tery was due to the depression in the
potter' trade in America as much as
to the high tariff. He added that the
potter' market in America was gutted
by purchasers from England in 1883,
previous to the raising of the tariff.
Advices from Washington state that
the Interior Department has rendered
n decision that hot-water privileges for
bath houses outside of the Hot Springs,
(Ark.) reservation can not be granted.
The decision, it was reported, would
bo n. disappointment to a large number
at Hot Springs. There was an almost
general desire for the establishment of
bathing establishments in different
.fnrts of the city outside of the Govern
ment reservation, upon which most of
the bath houses are now located. The
Superintendent of the reservation, Gen
eral C. V. Field, in his report to the
Secretary of the Interior, recommended
granting water privileges to two bath
houses south of the reservation.
Some notable amendments to the pe
nal code have been introduced in the
Uew York Legislature. They make it
a misdemeanor to receive, as well as to
take, a child under sixteen for immoral
purposes. They prevent such prac
tices as were alleged against Ramscar
n few years ago by forbidding the keep
ing of indigent or homeless children in
tinliccii!ed, unincorporated institutions,
and increases the strictness of the laws
governing legitimate instigations of the
sort. They forbid the training, as well
as use and employment of children un
der sixteen as rope-walkers, dancers,
gymnasts, wrestlers, contortionists,
etc., adding byciclu riding, rag and
bone picking, cigar-stump collecting
and market-refuse gathering to the in
terdicted occupations. The amend
ments aim a severe blow at the dime
museums, forbidding the exhibition of
insane, idiotic or deformed children.
The following strange story is told
by Henry J. Tolbert. an electrician of
Reading, Pa.: The City of Reading is
furnished a portion of its light by a
company which produces the electric
current by means of the Brush ma-
chines. Mr. Tolbert says that he
visited the plant of the Reading Com
pany, and while looking at the brushes
gathering the sparks of the tluid a rat
came running over the floor. To es
cape its human enemies it jumped di
rectly to the floor on to one of the
brushes and was thrown back to the
ground. It lay motionless, apparently
and certainly dead, but without even a
fcair turned. One of the employes was
ent with a shovel to gather it up, but
as soon as the shovel touched it the rat
fell to dust, with a little cloud of par
ticles rising from the place where its
body had seemingly lain. There was
no vestige of hair, Jlesh or boues re
The River Commission report says
the amount of ,money available after
completing the work now in progress
on the Missouri River is not larsrerthan
should be retained to meet enienren
oes, which may occur at any time, aud
that a general resumption of work is
therefore impossible until Congress
stakes additional appropriations. In
this connection, it says that no more
than six months1 work can be done on
the Missouri River in each vear, and
that work should be begun by April 1.
As the appropriation for the current
Sscal year would not be available until
July 1, it is recommended that fifty per
cent, of the amount askei for the com
ing fiscal year be app-opriated and
aiade immediately available. The total
aaaount asked for the next fiscal year
is $1,325,000. Th amount available
on Xoveiuber SO, 1SS5, for continuing
the Improvement of the Missouri River
" -was 17o,762.
( HEWS OP THE WEEK.
Gtoaaad by Tlgrapk amd Mail.
Is tha Seaate on the ICth Mr. Morrill,
from tbe Committee on Finance, reported a
resolution extending the custom house In
vestigation ordered for the port of New
York to such other ports as the committee
might deem tst. This was agreed to. !r.
Injrallft offered a resolution, which was
agreed to, calling- on tbe Secretary of the
Treasury for certain Information as to
the purchase of silver bullion. Judge
Moody, of Dakota, was admitted to tbe
floor of the Senate. Senator Teller
then addressed the Senate on tbe silver
question favoring- bl-inetalliam. Adjourned.
In the House Sir. Ilragg. of Wisconsin,
from tbe Committee on Military Affairs, re
ported back the bill for the reller of
Fitz John Porter and It was placed on the
calendar. Mr. Watson, of Indiana, from tbe
Committee on Invalid Pens.ons. repoited
back the Mil to increase the Tensions of wld
ows from IS to f 12 per month. The House
then proceeded to the consideration of the
Senate resolutibn accepting tbe statue of
James A. Garfield presented by tbe State of
Ohio. Several members mad eulogistic
speeches and the House adjourned.
In the Senate on tbe 20tb. koou after tbe
routine business of tbe morning-. Senator
Morrill took the Boor in opposition to silver
coinage, contending that the public faith
wm pledged to the payment of bonds In gold.
The debate on this question contented until
executive session, when the Senate ad
journed. ...In the House Mr. J!aton. of In
diana, on behalf of the Committee on Invalid
Pensions, called up the bill increasing the
pensions of widowa and dependent relatives
of soldiers from fs to f 12 nor month. A dis
cussion followed on tbe bill until the morn
ing hour expired, at which time the House
went into committe of the whole, when the
Houe drifted into a debate on tbe silver
quest on. Adjourned.
Ix tbe Senate on the 21st Senator Van
Wjck Introduced a bill to prevent the de
monetization of American coiu by certain
persons in the United States. Senator Sher
man then took the floor and addressed the
Senate on the bill to provide for count ng the
electoral vote. Adjourned to Monday. ..In
tho Houpe :t number of ezecutlve communi
cations were received. The House then re
sumed consideration of the bill to increase
the pensions of soldiers' widows, and two or
three members spoke strongly in its tavor.
after which Mr. Keagan, of Texas, opposed
the measure as too sweeping in every partic
ular. A long debate followed on the bill,
during which an amendment was adopted
making It a misdemeanor for any person to
receive any money for the prosecution of
any claim arising under tbe act. Without
reaching a final vote the House adjourned.
Tub Sennte was not in resbion on the 22d.
In the House, Mr. Herbert, of Alabama,
from the Committee on Naval Affairs, re
ported back the Ilnutelle resolutions callirg
on the Secretary of the Navy for Information
relative to the alleged erasures of certa n in
scriptions and the dleinisMil of Union sol
diers at the Norfolk Navy Yard, with an
amendment extending the inquiry to dismis
sals made at the navy yard and lltrht houe
district at Norfolk during the teimsof the
immediate predecessors of the present Sec
retary of the Navy. This wa the occasion
of a long and spicy debate. The resolution
as amended was adopted. At the evening
session sixteen pension and two disability
bills passed uud the House adjourned uutil
PERSONAL AND I'OLITICAL.
TnK Maryland Legislature in joint con
vention on the 20th elected Henry Lloyd
Governor of Maryland for tbe term for
which Governor Robert M. McLane was
elected by the people. The two bouses con
firmed the election of Hon. A. I. Gorman,
United States Senator, for six years from
the 4th of March, 1SS7.
The Queen's speech, at the opening of
Parliament on the 21st, took a very decided
position against tbe home-rule demands of
tbe Irish party. Repressive measures deal
ing with alleged lawlessness in Ireland were
recently before tbe special Senate Commit
tee which is considering tbe proposal to
consolidate certain scientific bureaus of the
Government, and expressed tho opinion
that the Weather Bureau .should be taken
from tbe control of tho War Department
and placed under civil law and duties.
Conouesssus Rinkix, of Wisconsin, died
at Washington, of Cright's disease, on tbe
21th. Ho wns born in Now Jersey iu 1S33.
A conr.nsroNDEXT writing from Jackson
rille, Fla., respecting the severe weather,
says: '"On the morning of the 12th of Jan
uary the thermometer registered 13.6 deg.,
tbe lowest temperature ever recorded, ex
cept in January, 1SJ5, the mercury fell to
11 deg. The injury to tho present crop of
oranges can not yet be estimated, but the
probability is that it will b between
$1,500,000 and $2,000,000."
The pretended Alompra Prince of Bur
niah aud two of his adherents have been
tried and found guilty of nbcllion and
The striking Hungarians at Mount Pleas
ant in Pennsylvania had n conflict with
the police on the 20th. One Hungarian wax
thought to be killed. Several other fights
occurred anil somo non-strikers wcre aid
to he killed aud injured. The situation was
serious and troops were ordered to hold
themselves in readiness.
The Edgar Thompson steel works at
Pittsburgh, which resumed recently, have
again closed down, the helpers and fillers
refusing to accept the terms offered. Af
fairs are more complicated than ever and
it is impossible to say what tbe outcome
A dispatch of the 21st from San Anto
nio, Tex., says: Intelligence reached here
last evening from Hidalgo County that a
band consisting of eight robbers crossed
over from Mexico a few days ago anil
raided the Palmos ranch. Carlos Scbttnaor,
the proprietor, and a clei: were both shot
down. Schunaor was fatally wounded.
His clerk lies in a very critical condition.
The robbers got $2,S00 and a number of
FKEiGirrins who arrived at Aspen, Col.,
on the 21st state that twenty-seven snow
slides have occurred in the neighborhood
of Maroon Pass during the past three days.
A party of men and eighteen mules were
thought to have perished.
Discount was weak in London during
tbe week ended Jauuary 23 at l8.f for three
months and from ?1 for short. On the
Stock Exchange business was inanimate
and drooping. The Irish question, bad
trade prospects and the war outlook in the
East combined to unsettle business. Amer
ican railway securities were depressed
throughout, closing at the lowest prices of
the week under the reports of snow storms
It was rejwrted that an agreement hart
been arrived at by the leaden of both pat
ties providing for the admission of Dakota
Montana and Washington Territories. The
plan will be carried out in a few weeks.
The other morning a terrific boiler ex
plosion occurred at the distillery of Fair
banks & Duenwig, at Peoria, 111. Frank
McNellis, George Otterman and two others
were killed and several wounded.
Chinese at Victoria, B. C, were reported
in terrible destitution. Soup kitchens were
projected for their benefit.
Hovie-kule for Ireland .was considered
hopeless in the present British Parliament.
Neither Liberals nor Conservatives would
propose it, and FarcellwotsM have to do
so if the question was to be dtsjassed at alL
A sekious state of affairs uaamtid ia tk
Ohio Senate en the 22L TJ-asnocrata
withdrew on the rating oftHke Csiir that
the Hamilton County SeiafEsors cMaVi not
vote. The result was tksjfctwo iSastates
were formed, each aclatiaf the other rev
The House Committe- Indian Affairs
favors taking action lojmmg to the obtain
ing from the Rf d I-afco ChlfjpcwalndiaBS
tbe relinquishment of their tils tajik res
ervation. CosiMiistoxxr. Colxmx bss called" th a-
Ettel convention of the Mississippi VaUy i
Sugar Growers Association 'for St. LiHda, j
ieoruary and .-, and r the Uzirrmtafr
Association for the v. etk folio wicf.
A DisTATC from the City of Mexico my:
Owing to tbe falling oft ia the Government
receipt from all sources, due to depression
i trade and to tbe continned depreciation
of silver, -tbe operation of tbe June decree
for tbe consolidation of tbe debt as far as
regards tbe payment of tbe interest, will
probably be postponed for a year.
Heccctakt Lamar has decided that 'all
appropriations made by the Arizona Legis
lature in excess of tbe sntn granted by Con
gress are void.
The Cuban cigarmakent employed by
Oltenburg et Co., and by Jacoby & Co., of
New York, went out on strike on tbe 22d.
Tne strike was very general, involving
thousands of men.
A pardon was recently granted to Rer.
B. F. Jenkins, who was serving a life sen
tence for the murder of IUv. J. Lane
Borden, in Mansfield, La., tbrea years ago.
Jenkins, a student, charged that Borden,
President of tbe Collpge, wm intimate
with one of the lady students and shot him
for it. Jenkins is now dying'o consump
tion and for that reason was pardoned by
BROW Bnos. & Co., of New York,
ipped 1500,000 of gold bars to Europe on
Mockiitar Pa.iia, Turkish Commissioner J
in Egypt, has proposed that a Turko-Egyp- j
tiau army be organized for tba defense of
Egypt in place of the English army now in
the country, as the latter army is too costly
a burden for Egypt
Igvnt in view of her limited
UrwARns of a year ago a large number I business Louses, including tbe post-oillcc
of colored people living in Howard County, " and its contents. Loss, S1O.O0O.
Ark., engaged in a riot, in which a white J The Eaylt estimates that the product
man nntned Wyatt wr.s killed, for which shipped from Weeping Water the past year
the rioters received very heavy sentences, j would make a solid train from there to
They have all been pardoned, except Henry Louisville, which would require seventy
Carr. Lie Thomasson and James Marsbull, eight locomotives to move it. Six hundred
they being the ring-leaders.
The explosion of a locomotivo boiler in
the round house of the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul at Mndison, Wis., recently,
caused the death of one man and the in
jury of nine others.
Eleven bodies of the victims of the New
burg, W. Va., colliery explosion were re
covered on the 2tth.
Giizkce has made an energetic protest
against tho demand of the Powers to dis
arm. Paknell has issued a circular to the Na
tionalist electors of Armagh requesting
them to vote for the Liberal candidate iu
the Parliamentary election to fill the va
cancy caused by death of Mr. John Mc
Ci.eakino house returns for week ended
January 23 nhowed an increase in New
York of .12.8 compared with the correspond
ing week of last year. The other cities of
the country also exhibited fair increases.
In the Italian-Chamber of Deputies, Sig
norMaglini, Minister of Finance announced
a deficit in the current budget of 50,000,000
francs. The deficiency is due to the general
depression caused by the cholera epidemic
and the cost of maintaining the Massowab
Five aged persons lost their lives tho
other night by a fire at the county poor
house near Jackson, Mich. Tho building
The printer who attempted to take the
life of Estrupin, at Copenhagen, in October
last, has been sentenced to fourteen years'
Svhacts'e, N. Y., grocers have been in
dicted for working a lottery scheme.
The business failures for tho seven days
ended Jan'itry 21, as reported to It. G.
Dun & Cv , number for the United States
'103; for Canada, 26; a total of :t21. as
against 332 the week previous. More than
two-thirds of tho number were reported
from the Southern, Western and Pacific
Tni: Secretary of Wnr has submitted to
the President the rrport of the Fortifica
tions Board. It is n, long document and
discusses fully tho necessity and advan
tages of better coast defences. It is estim-
ated that it will require f .VJ.fiOO.OOO to estab-
lish n good system of defences.
Heiih i?sno, the Vice President of th
iMnish Folkesthing, who was sentenced to
sir months' imprisonment on September
30 or being concerned in a disturbance at
a political meeting, nnd whoso sentence
ava ""cently confirmed by tho Danish Su
preme Court, has been committed to prison.
Heavy floods and loss of life wcro re
ported recently from rains iu California
between Los Angeles and San Francisco.
The first of the suits brought by the Chi
cago Reform Alliance to compel the sa
loons of that city to close on Sunday has
been decided by a jury in favor of the
saloonkeeper, who wns found not guilty.
Govnr.Non Lahkmiee, of Iowa, has ap
proved the official bond of State Auditor
Brown nnd reinstated him in ofiice. Brown
was removed ten months ago by Governor
Gknkkai. Samuel R. Atotison, who rcpe
rcsented Missouri in the United States Sen
ate from 1S44 to l$i7, died nt Plattsbnrg,
Mo., on tho 20th. He aves about seventy
seven years old. and had been In feeble
health for some months, gradually sinking
to rest. General Atchison was for two
year President o the Senate and he was
President of the United States for one day
in 1$T3 the time of the outgoing executives
having expired ou Sunday. As President i
of the Senate he held the reins until the in
A test vote avas taken In the British
House of Commons on the 2uth. The result
left the Conservative ministry in a minor
ity 323 to 2Tr3 avhen it was announced the
ministry avould resign. The Parnellites
Totd against the Government; a few mod
erate Liberals supported it.
TnE Senate Committee on Pensions re
cently received a petition from an ex
soldier who nsks for a "pention" on the
ground that he was "cicked" by a "rauel"
in the lower pa-t of the stomach near the
Dynamite was exploded nt the Norwich
railway station, England, the other day,
injuring the building somewhat. Judge
Hawkins, who sentenced the dynamiters
Cunningham and Burton, left the station a
few moments before the explosion.
TnE San Joaquin river rose so high re
cently that disastrous results were threat
ened. Robert's Island suffered 3,000 dam
age. The time of the Senate, on the 20th. was
devoted to eulogies of the late Vice Presi
dent Hendricks. The House diseased the
bill to retire naval officers.
A paktt of Spanish rebels made an at
tempt to destroy the railroad crossing tho
mountains in the province of Jcc.-n the other
day. They were dispersed.
CnAr.GKS hare been preferred in the State
Department against Consul Gresnbanrn at
Jcnns Brewek, at Denv-cr on the 23th.
decided the Maxwell land grant case in fa
vorof the defendants. The suit aras broaght
by the Government and involved l.TOO.UX)
acres, which, it was claimed, had been ob
tained by fraud.
Thk other morning the Grasshopper mill,
sitoated in Smoky Hollow near Yoangs-J
town, ua., anu vaiued at 5KSJ, was
burned to the ground. Toa. los on build
ing, machinery, stodr, etc, C-Ta XO; inscr
Ox the night of January 14 there was a
fail of ahcs at Guayaquil. The phenomena
was atfrst attributed to an eruption, of
Cotopaxi, bst intelligence his been re
ceiTcd from tho interior to tie efTect that
there hai bees c terrible eruption of ;ht
empt.oa o, :if ,
Tcnguragua volcano. 2o pa:
had bceti received and sotalnc; avis ksoTrs
as to the extent of th dsrsice.
NEBKASKA STATE NEWS.
A rroar building and several resideacea
were destroyed by a late fire in Gothen
burg. Focr.TKS engines were wrecked while
bucking snow drift on tbe Burlington &
Missouri sices the blizzard.
Harlax County claims the honor of pro -
dacing four pair ot twins within about Cve
CrxrG county has t37.2ST.21 is tbe
It will reqnire 132,600 to run Sarpy
County this year.
Recentlt a German named Pirner went
to tbe Commissioners of Lancaster County
and informed them that there was a fem
ily at bis bouse that be bad been caring for
which the County Commissioners must
take charge of, as ke was unable to longer
provide for them. The matter was inves
tigated, when it was discovered that the
parties were bis sister, her husband and
two children, waom Pirner had compelled
to work as brutes. The husband was a
partial paralytic and had been compelled
I to do drudgery until his feet and hands
wer fro2en- "ne woman- Peer's Mster,
was aiso uacuy irozen irom exposure wuhs
doing menial work for an inhuman
brother. The sufferers were cared for and
the unnatural relative, bo is said to be m
good financial circumstance), was to be
looked after by the authorities.
Tun town of Papilion was visited by fire
the other morning, destroying several
and fifty car? of corn would be In the train
aud the balance would consist of other
grain, lime, stone and Kock.
Ciiaijkon claims $27,000 worth of im
provements during la'.C.
John Pskkek, who lives near Bird City,
while on his way to Bcuklcnian, recently,
met with quits a serious accident. He was
I wtdking bj the side of his wagon, when
tho team became frightened and ran over
him, breaking his leg and internally injur
The newly-appointed Register and Re
ceiver will take charge of the McCook
Iand-ofTice April 1.
A Keauney real estate firm sold over
26,000 acres of land in 1SS3, the price aggre
The newly-appointed postmaster at
Springfield, Sarpy County, has been noti
fied that his nomination has been with
drawn, ho having entered a horaesteud in
The State Board of Agriculture recently
met at Lincoln and elected S. B. Barker,
of Merrick, President; R. M. Henry, of
Platte, und Frank Holt, of Gage, ice-
Presidents; L. A. Kent, of Kearney, Treas
urer, and R, W. Furnas-, of Brownsville.
Secretary. President Barker named Ed.
Mclntire. J. B. Diusmore. Nat. Dm hum, E.
N. Grinnell and H. B. Nicodemus as o
board of managers for 1S-C0.
j Nouroi.K boasts of a population of l,-9,
an increase of 1.420 in five years.
Anson Giiison and his son William were
hauling wood recently near Ponen when
they encountered the Westbrooks, father
and sons, with whom they had had a long
1 feud. Jim Westbrook opened fire, the ball
taking effect iu one of Gibson's mules. The
fight became generuland all the combatant
were more or less wounded. Tom West
brook died, but the others muy recover.
1 One day recently a mad dog engaged tho
attention of a do.eu citizens of Wakefield.
In the United States District Court at J
1 Lincoln the jury, which had been out five
days, in the Leighton & CInrk insurance ;
case, brought in a verdict. The insurance '
was in twenty-four companies and the ad
justment was j:iP,uOO.
paid in their proportion and eleven refused
( to pay on the ground of alleged fraud by
j tho firm. Iho eleven were sued for the in
surance and the thirteen sued the firm to
recover what they had paid in. The ver
dict was against the eleven companies for
about three-fifths of the policies and in fa- '
vor of the thirteen to reduce what they
had paid into tho same proportion. The
nmount the firm will recover will be about
i As n sleek-looking young man recently
' stepped from a train nt Omaha the Shcrilf
' of Wayne County, Ind., placed him under ',
arrest. The man was Georgo Washington i
Harry Claire. Early last year Claire set- i
tied at North Bend. Neb, He was a school
I teacher, went into the best society of the
i town, and in the course of time gained the
airectiou of Miss ettie Uorsey, a near
relative of Congressman Dorscy. In June
he left to visit his old home in Indiana, but
instead of paying a friendly visit forged a
check on his mother for SlXX) nnd stole a
span of horses from h liveryman in Rich
mond. He wns traced to North Bend where
lse hail married Miss Dorscy and gone to
Iowa on a visit. Then the affair became
known, when, in addition to his other
' crimes, it was found that he had another
wife and two children living iu Indiana.
1 Mi-s Dorsey learned of the facts while ou
the wedding tour and returned home. She
' was induced to state his whereabouts and
by a ruse ho was captured.
A specimen of the ancient spinning
avheel, iu good repair and in constant use,
I has been discovered in the household of a
farmer in Pierce County.
TnE right of way for the Elkhorn Valley
Road through Fremont will cot $23,000.
The price is said to be very reasonable and
will doubtless be acceptable to the officers "
, of the road.
A man at Hartington recently tarried too
long in i saloon, and his team became tired
of wailing for him and started for home on
their own motion. They were found in s
creek three miles from town, both dead
j and the wagon was a complete wreck.
j Returns of losses of stock in tbe late
storms are footing up well. Frank Stouf-
fer, of North Bend, lost 30 head of cattle,
end at Gilmore, the big feeding ranch, .0
mares were frozen to death. In the sonth-
, western tier of counties 17 head of cattle
, and 1C hogs perished.
j St. Pacl sant a fire company. l
. McHsnht, alias Carleton, the dude tailor ,
1 of Arapahoe, hastily lit out recently to
, avoid presiding over the deliberations of
his wives, three of whom were about to as
Work has been resumed on Trinity Col-
" lege at Blair. Tbe four-story brick struc
ture is owned by the Danish Lutheran so
ciety, and is said to be the only one of its
kind in America.
J John Sueedt, Lincoln's most promueni
gambler, was stabbed several times in the
neck and face the other night by a man
named Patterson, while the latter was in.
Tnr boiler home of tbe Fremont foundry
was recently destroyed by.firc
Tux late blizzard replenished the pocket
of a number of idle workmen in the State, j
Hundreds were employed raising tee rati-
ro.jj blockade, wares "ranging from ll.0
and board to fC.OO per iUy '
MoNTGoarRT, the Cambridge forger and
deed beat, has been arrested at Austin,
Tera, and will be hrooght back to Arapa
hoe for trial. Besides beating the banii.
he conUdtnctd ch friends and left bis wife
in dtititste circumstances.
Drx DoNtiX, of Pones, tears the dis
tingnired honor ot being tie first -whit,
child bom in Dixon Conntv. The -.mncri-nt
,. nw? rr. ',
RS ". rtv rr!v rimr, r.-J.
otct 3 blui Z2.& avas instantly killed.
TO COERCE GREECE
CrltUfc en4 Orwtan Iraaetais lrpartag
to Cotrcm ;rce- Into Icr.
Lorcno.v, Jan. 20. The Grce (Torero
rnent In reply to the note of the Marquis of
Salisbury says that the representation of
Knrland Infnnre co fnteroat'onal ana
' dip!omatIc observances and declares that
i - --
Grcec reserves per feet irccdnm ot action.
The answer lunucr sas iki vuercw u-
. M . .! f .,-
not declared war, nor ns-s sn givra
caue xor x.am iuic..c -
wm T -.. h
carUinz ner aimuue. """-''
ins Violated the treaty or icrw
undfr tb,H Tgi of England, firtc
Is justified in using eveiy means hi
her povr, even to a retort of arms, tf
necessary, to obtain the concessions th
treaty of Berlin gave her. Greece will
maintain hercislni to Thessaly sod Eplrus
no matter whst the cot may be. and U pre
pared to take the field at tho earliest mo
ment and tub; to the bitter end Iu support
of her right. She is confident of .uc
cess; the tlrt movement of Turkish
troop against Gree will b the lgnal for
a revolt .n Albania and Macedouia, aud
Europe will not look placidly on.
Admiral Iord John Hay, commsndlnfC
the Mediterranean qu.idrou, consisting of
the Alexander, Neptune, Thunderer, Dread
nausht. Iris Helicon. Carysfonl. Cocfca
trice. Coque:te. CruLser. Hecla and Superb,
has received Instructions as to the course he
shall pursue In the event of Its becoming
necessary r " to t!ike ct.on on Ens
land's demand ot Greece to disarm.
In the House ot Commons yesterday
afternoon Umht Hon. Kobert Ilowfce. polit
ical SecreUrj' ot the Foreign Otlice. In an
swer to inquiries regarding the. warlike
news from Grrece. s.ild that at the Instance
of England the mx creat jwiwers had noti
fied Greece that a naval attack by Greece
upon Tin key would not be permitted.
The GterK Minister, In an Interview to
diy respecting the warlike news published
this moni.nc from A then-, .-aid: "Tho
Greek King, Government and people will
tight t the bitter end before they will al
low Hulgar a to ab-orb 1.000.000 people be
longing to Hie Greek nee, which she will
certainly do if the union of Bulgaria and
Eastern Koiimclia liou!d be. recognized.
Greece is fully entitled to tfle whole of
Ep.ru-. I am confident that tho Greeks
can whip tho Turks at sex As to the land
defences of Greece, the moment war is de
clared Macedonia and Albania will be set
in names, thus rutting oil the land commu
nication of tho Turks and attacks ou the
sea poit will be made at once."
l.KUMANV TAkES IWICT.
Hkumn, Jan. 20. -A dispttch from WIl-hent-Iiafen,
one of the principal German
naval stations on the North Sea, says that
the ironrlnd Pritu Frledrlch Kirl Is being
rapidl fitted out for ?ea. Her destination
Is Piraeus, the inirt of Athens. The
Prinz Friedrich Karl carries sixteen guns
of ten tons each. The North Gtriufm (i
zcttewsi "The attitude of England with
regard to the warlike ..osition assumed by
j f. ' ... tr,....rii Tri-,,.. ,,i",mt h vk'ornnlv
supported. Tho Power.s must not allow
tmt Mim firebrand state to jeopardize the
peace of Europe.
Horns Sawed Off Ctttle to Kcunoiitlzv Car
Gknkske, Ii.I-, Jan. 2.". A case of
Interest alike to State Human Societies
and cattlemen throughout the country
cornea up in the Justices Court here this
afternoon. Colonul II. II. Ha a IT. a well
known and wealthy stock raiser, i charged
with cruelty to animals, the alleged cruelty
taking the lorm of sawing the. bonis tioiu
the heads of his cattle. Twenty head of
his stock were recently received at the
Chicago Stock Yards, and the condition of
their horns attracted the attention of certain
buyers, who declared the work a piece of
barbarism and called the attention of the
Huuiauo Society otliccrs to the
an uials. Haatf. ivlio was at one time
a lauter in Chicago made a
speech before the State Veterinarian
Society last fall, in which he advocated
fiiftitur ntT flio rnu' horns oil the iMoiititi
tmt u wout, ne l)0th CCOIIonica ami kind-
ly, as more cattle could be crowded Into
one car and the animals would be pre-U'tit-d
from goring earli other. This speech was
se.vetely denounced by prominent veterin
arians who declared that the operation was
more, painful than cutting oil a man's leg.
HaatT, however, petslsted that the opera
tion was a painless one and adv.sed all
shippers to do as he was doing. State Vet
erinarian Paaren. Health Olhcer Wolf, of
Chicago, Chief Dudley, of the Humane h
c.cty, and others are here to push the case.
Haali declmea that it convicted ho will
carry the case to the highest courts.
A Yfienjr faly Chloroformed nill( Alolnctril
Her Iti'iiiiirlol!e fc.ipe.
Cj.evki.ano, 10.. Jan. 26. .Miss Till!
Muiikeriuaii, aged twenty, whosij home is in
Hoyalton. a small village near here, had
been visiting her sister in this city for a
short time. Last Thursday evening she
started on an errand, but had gone ,jv a
few steps when, in passing through th
shadow of a bilildini:. she was suddenl)
seized by two men, one white and the other
colored, hound ami gagged and placed in a
hiiggv near at hand, 'lhe liot.se was driven
rapidly away, and no oo:ier had it .tar ed
than -lie was chloiofonned. She soon lo-l
consciousness and renrained in-enslMe foi
some time. Finally she heard the men ta.k
ing about golnc into a saloon before whch
the horse had stopped. She remained
quiet and they, not knowing that she had
recovered consciousness, entered the fa
loan. No sooner had they left the begy
than the irirl jumped out and ran awae a
, best she could. She was a mile away limn
' her sist r's house and was taken home by a
' gentleman from whom she asked protection.
Washington. Jan. 20. -Tho President
; to-day nominated William II. Pariccr, of
the bl-trlct of Columbia, to he Mitrstet
Kesidctit and Consul General of the United
States to Core. The Senate to-day con
firmed Charles J. Canda to tw Assistant
Treasurer of the United States at New
' York; John S. McCalmont, of Penn
sylvania, to be Commissioner ol
Customs; Joseph L. IJlclnrds, ifostmastei
at Buchanan. Mich.; Thomas ILb'ja-d.
postmaster at Bellefuntaiue, O.; F.etche:
J. Cowart, of Alabama, agent for the Indi
ans of the Mescalpro igency In New Mex
ico; Eiihu C. Osborn, of Tennessee-, agent
for the Indians of the I'onca, Pan nee, Otos
; and Oakland agency. LI.
St. Loos. Mo.. Jan. 2C In the trial of
the Chinese highbinders yesterday Lena
Lee. a colored girl, was examined by the
prosecution. She stated that on tbe morn
ing on which Lou Johnson was found mur
dered she saw a Ch nitnan, whoa h
afterwards identihed as Cong Seng, emerge
from Johnsnn's house holding a handker
chief to his r.re with one hand and
carrylnc a satchel In the other. Hb
hands were coa-ered with blood, x
was aJso tbe satchel. He walked to
hydrant and thoroughly clnd his
hands and face and wuaed off the satce',
and then departed.
A Dash tor IJherty
SAJf Astomo. Tex, Janntry 25. NV-rs
nm Segnln Fays yesterday the priwner
la the cocnty jail aide a bold dash tvr
liberty duricg the tensporxry abvrace uZ
tbe SheniL Eijht of tnera got free. The
alarm was given, a hvy pass- was sam
nonei and ntsrteU la pursuit. Aft-ra
chase of oajc miles 5ve oZ them -arete -e-
r-ynr-t ,.1 t,!l.l .TS l ?J,. K.r--
.& a,,MfVS,suiS Wft.4 -, M . ssav
hn hrd irn TK.-atr.M.U Um
" Jf.ckson, a very desperate negro, -aro sm '
con3ned for ro order cvmmliltd ri2g
, Chnscsn wcei a wh't- mw, attsatra. ,
who Is.chxrgcd wiw thr robbery of s ranay '
Hcpct .afe atswt a swath aj aJ a cegra
is jaU far sors stexfh:
THE PRESIDENT ON LA BO ft.
If rvr III Wal-MT Law-Hi w
m rahlie VmnA ttlmNt.
WAiHtNrro5, January 2A At rewt
netting of the Committe on labor of th
House of nprestativi UimnU were
made that the spirit of the e!-M-boa; law
, .,. i
; wa w,ng openiy ,.cu, wwn.
vecti in certain oi itiewnrrnns-umci
- - ..1lt .
rnent. ana tn:troin u ,m wi etnpaw-
cred to present tn the Hou- a nolu.ion of
, nn,ur). dirrctol to lb various accretari.
atng in dlmt terms whether tn iw was
w.i. .nf.ir.1 hr "hm IVniltnir th in
Uotiuct.cn of the roo.ntum Mr. 0'U1
ought an audience with th i'rrsidm
winch was granted Saturday afternoun
lasted for over an hour.
In the ius.tr of U efht hour law the
Pres.denl !d: "I txdlev that the law It
a sound and a cood one. ami that It shooid
be enforcnl tn th letter. I hive no inform
ation retarding Instances of Its lolatlon or
evasion, but If such instance are presented
to me 1 will see that the lme Is remchrd
and the full spirit of thw law enforce!,
which 1 understand to be to pay rvrry
workman iu the Government emptoy for
eluht hours' work dally what Is pa.d out
lde of the Government employ for a full
day's work. 'I h Government can not af
ford to 9W thr erampfe of noii-enforcrrurnt
of and observance of Its own enactments."
The President further slid: "I appre
ciate the effect upon the mechanics of the
rountry of this constantly Increasing use of
labor-saving machinery, and I can think of
no more practical relief for the unemployed
surplus labor than the occupaton f th
public lands. 1 do not hesitate to say that
I Am heaitlly In favor of any fcasib'e p an
for the rncottraement antl asittanc of
tmxpective Anier.can settlers upn thf
public domain by the general Government."
In this connection tlie President expressed
ome very strong v,j upon the subject of
the occupation or va-t tracts of publ.c lands
by fore.gn capitalists. Tho President
teemed tieslrotis of Impressing upon .Mr.
O'Neill his willingness to heartily co-operate
with Congrev, in any elTorts It may
make to elevate the working class and tm
prove the social condition of the bread wm
THE VIRGINIA HORROR.
The Work df Ueorrlnic the Vlrtlio ot lh
Nr.wnrno, W. Va., January 2,". A lc--sl
relief committee has been formed with
Maor Ellis as treasurer, assutetl by prom
inent citizens and clergymen, and atviut
J00 has been raised iu the town. Thr
families are all pKr and needy, all the men
having been in debt. The coal company is
issuing provisions from Its store, and will
nry the dead. Two families entirely
without supnort will probably b.. ent
hack to England. Since )es.trda
eleven more IhmIics have btcii fouml
and wen identited as follow :
John Lambert, John
Edwards, George Kiggins, I nomas Guv,
John Conawav, Charles Tiin'ey, 01 nton
Albright, Hairy Guy, It chard Bentley and
Nicholas Betil'ey. As the liodlrs were re
ceived at the shaft they were taken in
charge of by the Coroner's jury for Identi
fication aud then turned over to the under
taker. The bodies were found In various
pos.tions some with arms eteiidcd as
if about to pursue their uul work,
others with at ins and limhs con
tracted as If Iu awful agony. Alt
were terribly burned and blackened
aud the distorted features told of their
tenlble stifiVrintfs, hut uoii" were
so mutilated n- the tin re that were re
covered je-terda). Onn man was found
facedown with his head ou his arm as if
he had escaped the violence of the explo
sion and assumed that position Iu llio hope
of finding sutlic.eut air to prolong life un
til rescued, but this theory Is mtradlcted
by pinctical miners, who think the miners
were all killed by the explosion. It Is
thought all the bodies will Ikj rcrovenit by
to-morrow evening. The funeral of Daniel
Miller. Isaiah Simmons and his -on Wllllmn
took place estenUv ntternoon from the M.
K. Churrh. tin. two latter helri.' bitrieil hi tlia I
....,.. ,.-,... I
OOUBLED THE COMMISSION.
A Herman Kamier'nCurlou Way of Grttlng
Cap.t vi.k. Ii.I, January 25. Quite a ro
mantic marriage occurred here a few days
since. John Fee'och Is a German farmer
living In this vicinity who by energy and
economy has managed to purchase quite a
nice farm and dwetlmc. All that was lack,
ing was a suitable wife to make h.s hapd.
ne.s- rumple!?, i-o Mr. Feejuch, who sieaki
English xery br.ikmly, called on a German
t friend residing In this city ami state.! tli
case, informing him that what he most de
sired was a wife and that as an inducement
he wou'd give him 3l If he .suc
ceeded In finding some suscept
ible damsel as ho ws willing to
entrust her future with him. The oiler wai
arreptt d and the marriage contractor at
once began to search for a life partner foi
Mr. Feeloch. His ell'irt weie not frult.Vis.
Upon naming the subject to Miss Julia
Keueholt, a young Inly aired twenty-three,
and after ful'y describing the situation. Mie
consented to be prerntid t Mr. Fer,!jcli.
Mis.s Keneholt is rather prrposeslug In ap
pearance and of a luiice type of te-auty. h-t
avoirdupois being about 100 pounds. Ufxin
being presented to Mr. Feeloch he went into
ec-taries of dehgiit. so well was he pfraaed
with Miss JulU. It Is need rs to add thai
there was a matrimonial Knot tied at once.
The groom ws v delighted he a.d to hit
friend: ' Here. I glfs jou 820, dot ts scheep
A Dynamite '.itre5on.
Atlanta. G a., January 25. 1-ait Friday
night viinc unc plared a dynamite cartridge
' on the front acrar.da of the house of Uni
ted States Commissioner Collins In Carter
vllle, Itar.'ow County, and eauvrd Its eip'o
sion. Saturday morning s telegram reached
Atlanta requesting Immediately a pack of
bloodhound, and stating that dynamiters
hud been at work and bad rped. The
cxplos.on darrnzed the, hruf consider
ablr arid scrlonsly shocked Mr. and Mrs.
Collins. The explosion a wok everybody
In town and the wildest excitement jr-
vailed. Tone Jackson and his erotr,r Sim
were at once suspect!, bec3aj the Com
m.ssioner had Just bound tle former over
for violating the Interna! revenue and th!
local antl-Iiquur Jaws. Sam Jackson was
ciplured and Is In Jail. Tobe Is Ult at,
Urge and is being chxted by bloodhounds,
TUm VKro eUvaI.
F.ocic Hir.u S. u. Jsnoarr sx At s i
negro festival, held hut eight on Kobrt
Cornwall's plantation, Thorax Mauey shot '
and InsUntly killed George Gibson. Musey j
came at crztx to this p?ace and snrreadef r
hlroxlf, stat-ng that he did th ;ct la slf '
defense. Tfcl ruonitng Jestlc? Jewell hejtl
an nqt2st, yd tne verdict of th jary w
that decease cams io hU death by a pUto!
hot Sred by Thomas Matter. Gibson had I
nourished a razor early la the rrczis aad t
tbreatrard U cat another petfos. Late? hs
Uicie.i Mair, advanced UiwariJ him with
nnrAstrOAii. i'A Jaaaary 22. A aert
o cavr-ia occurred asder th bed of tbjA
lading lUdroxd.iast.f this aU ,
this Btomlat Abtat 4ity fx of tl ra4 ;
M sank i ally two fct wh.h, a ami tixm t
was tsin over It, a4 a short t.'ae, affcr-
ward the ssrfacs dtopped lBV!&e v&rkiafs
l- n. . v'-. . .,-.. - , I
" -- - "" "'"V'" US It
"i - Pej5jrr WS1B CWtaJll- t-
. - m. ,a
ceariy a hesdred psrnos had pm4 orrr
the pr a fw w.satrs b:frr. Tn&z
ever the xrI U jspaifd; hs rrnistqpmor.
aa-l the coUicrictf Ui xhU ecta are Idle!
It wiH Uke trertl tay to 1 th hieacsl
ad yet tbe ru4 ia repair.
la runt!, wfcea lMrr tied ih Tn- 3 4 cisu",7 hm
L Wftoien ami whisky were al th , T"!17 " W. ".
of !h trotde ! nicrj." ?? - ' "
Tk taila-mluT ttrvwtitk It aMr.;r,
WM attention from tbe pre - Is n r
uiarkabt? that w ca not n ourIr
If wc do aet lay It beforv ovtr readers o
lln. To! RlUmrof Of Jietrr (X. T) Dm
Hik -On the first day f Jan. 161. I Uy
at my rsdno In this ity nrrounU! hv
my tnrmls nml waiting fur death il4Tt
""J m-r w
only know, th" .-ony I tbn endarc,. for
can n"erdscribw It. ,nl tt, if
tew years pnrTKu any cn hi im m
that I waato Nibrnuphtsolow, aix!tT
Jrn4 a li-. I wnM hav JmI t
tle Idea. I hn.l always Inrex; nncvmnvnlr
nWvngaml tallbr, au ssK.hvi otr Jt
pound, arnl hwnlly Rir, in my on ex
perirnr, ht la or lccv- er V ry
many p?ople sho will r!d UiU tateHen:
nrftlib it time thy nrw uuuuslly tr,
and cn net Accvtiut for It Ther fe- d J
prtlu In various tvtrt of the Uwly And J
not understand hr Ortby ureete-!
ingly hungry one d"-ar nd entirely t:!xHi:
appetite tb neat Thw jMit th v I
felt when the rrlenflr iul.Sy ntnek l.
fastened iUelt utnn tn first tt-ran HtV I
r thought nothinof it. tb,t ptobb)y I h I
. tken a col t huh Mt-ut.1 nun jssa y
oooruy aiiT iut l iioiicrt: fceAvy, and t
timiss neuralgic pm in on ih! f my
head, but a it would come one dr d t-
fone the neat, 1 taid tittle Attention t it.
"hen mv tonrh woulij j(etwuiof der
and my foil often frilel to ufes, cang
at time srrat in'vnvrniener Vet. ee a
a phy -tcinn. I ImI not think tbnt thm
thing rorant any tbng Mrlouv I fam ki I
as ulTerlng frtun nuUrv a4 doc
tored niyelf ccorhngiy Hat I got no ixt
ter I next notii'ed n je-enlwr rdr iwt
ixlor alkiiil the Uu ds I 4 jvAwiog - wl-fc,-that
taer wereliarje Mnttre oii itr
ari.l very little the neat. Ami tout prW
rttt frotn and nm appeAtvtl n the ur
f.ace, nnd a wHltinent ot:Jcsl Ami i I did
not real ue myt(incer for th.1,!, teJt
the ymptom wnttnuallr, I fintiy t
rnnio accutomel to thro., . m pi
non wa w colly iUnrmet lv th fa, t ihsl
AitZnapt. til the nSferloHl orgait ur tn
th-r vicinity Why I should bB lr m
blind I can not itnlrrtnrd'
I caMisnltcl the let meilieisl aill In tho
Und I vuiled nil the famed mineral apriiis
in America nnd travete.1 from Miidc u
t'nlfornia Still I grew w,r. NtiMpk
icifin gred as to my malady (m !!
I nna tumble! tth pniil lintnl. , an
other, dype"la, another, h-il I.M.a.
another, nenernl debilit , inotb r eon
Station of the im-o of theblll. At. I mj oil
irough n long l.t of common dle., th
sj miliums of many of htch 1 rsa r Utul.
In tlil way ererl years pAJ ,irang
which tune I m tedlv in,"wng rs.
My condition had relly 1ksjiin j tttde
ITjo hght ymptuittn I atrtiteajvc ko-h1
tertdeaeloiwHlinti terrdde nnd o tlant
duntnlent. Mv S eight bml tcn ret4n!
from '.V7 ti irrt jmuuu. My life wniltur
den t inywlf and friend 1 couM rtnin
no fiH o'n my tnm,b, am! llveJ tally
liv injection. I wj a living n !f ilu
id v pulm w uncontnllMe, In my Ag,iny
1 frvjuenlly fell to the. floor and rlutrhe,!
thocnrjet d prwyrdfordeath1 Morphias
had Iittlo or m efTict ludeAi1entn;;lhe.niu
Forlx cUvannil tilghu 1 ImiltJiedeih pit
inotiiUry filivtuigh cinttitly My a ter
as filled wilh tule-eiwt nnd nlbuineti I
anstruggHngaith Hrtghl'a l)leo ! tho
kidneys in ita Wt tj;e-,
While uiTnrfiig thus ! receive.! a ealh
from mv piudor. tho ltov Ur Foote, at that
time ie tor or rt inui r.jieopsi i '' ,
ofthicltV I felt thrttltwna our Ut in
U-rview, but in the iimr of Hfimr
Hon I)r Ftwite dotnlled to me the
many remarkaido cures of rw
like iny own which had come tin t
hi obei vntlnn. A n pr ACti-lnK dia-lran
nnd n grndunte of the iehi! 1 tirilded thr
Idea of nny nietllciue outile t) tegular
rloillliels being In the lett hennficiitl H
NdCltotts, however, an Ur I'oote, that I
finally j.ionile I xotiM wnlve my iirjo
dice I (K-gnii lt tlit On the llrst lay f
June 1---1, nnd UMik It neooiding to ill'rt.
Hon i At tint It aiekencit me, buttlit!
thought wti yew- " for iimin my de
bllltn'ed isindltlon f eoutintie.! to tCo it
the s keullig aennntlon itejiarte,! nnd ! w
llnallv nble to retnlu fiKxI tij-n my !.n.
nch In n. few day ! uoti e.1 i!h i.te-J
change for the letter, na nl dll niyn.fe
am! frieinU. My hiccough- reiae, and I
exjKjrioiiccd le pain tlinn frmerl 1
wna mi rujoicrd at this Improved enndit-ii
that, ujkjii my dvlng !!, I ronrt iu the
present Mf my fmnilv nnd fiiitd. lil.I
recover, 1 would txitll pllhliely and prl t
1'.. lriii,r. llil, rMih.fttf f.. SW
the good of
hnmantlY. lnrver nd
whenover I Imd nn opjnrtiinitv, And thli
I letter I n fulfUlmiiit of llmt row My ito
i provetiieut u eonstnnt from that time.
f nnd in leM than threo month 1 had gained
'& Miunda In tleOi.ljeeamoenlirely trefrnn
pin ll nnd I Ixdleve 1 own my life Aitil pre' '
ent condition wholly to Wninvr s safe cuio,
, tho n-niel winch 1 nee,
Huicn my recovery l have tJivronjrlily rts-InvestlgnU-l
theaulijnttuf ki-lney dltllcnl
te nli-1 Kright'a ilifne, nnd the tnilli d
veloeil nre nt'eiiiduig I tiinief-ii lnte.
, dolilxMitt.'ly, nnd a n pli) i-n, Utnt I (,
ltwre m rt th m out K t!j I St -. A wv.. f oerwr
in .IihtiiiI ilrt ntuttil tj JlrttfAt't iJwaii ot
(hfknln"j Tills IllAy cound 111, a rl
statement, but 1 em protnnl to verify II
fully llright's diea hn no d'tmeitvc
foAttirea of it own, (ln-led. it often dTet
ops without any tiatn whulevvr in the kid
neysor their viemltyi, but lot the yoij
toilis of nearly eveiy other rollilii'iu mini
pUlllt Htiudrrd of people die ditly,
whoo himaU nro ntitlioiltl by n phy
rlan aeertlfleato ns m lining fr'm "llnrt
PUmm,'" Apoplety. J'arelvi. "Hplrinl
CompUint, '"lthiitiiitK'i"tii.f ;'l'niiiiHiii(a"
and the oth?r couitiiou efuipninl, when in
reality it I from Hnxht a il(.eoe of tim
kidneys. I-ew phyeirinus, nil f.wif .o.
ple, realize tilt extent of thl ttea or It
dangerous und insidious nntttin It un
Into thi system liko n lhef. mnnifti it
preaenre ff nt nil by th rsrtnmt ytni
totua nnd fAtcn !telf in the smt4UHim
Wore the rietiin a aware f it. It i tirsr
ly ns herclitAry a coi),o:npUn, qultn a
common nnd fully ii fntnl. Kntlm nml
lie inheriting it from their nnlor. bar
din! nnd yl norio of the number imnwur
renlite! the tn) it-rl'Mi torr htb km
removing thcui InstemJ of eomman symp
toms it often shown non whatrer, hat
brings death suddenly, from -' wlslou,
ajKipJexy or heart dieoe
Ac on who has ifferetl. and Vno by
li!ttr exjrienc what h" njr. 1 Irnyloi
every on who rd the, wrd not to
pjc:lertth slightest sapltns if kidney
UlSlcuIty. Fo vim can afford U hxiatli
1 tnakn th foregoing stAtementa bn)
poa farU which 1 cn iltantiat to th
letter. Th wnjfarn of thOn wm In-ay j
libly l sufferer surh aa I araj ts an ample
Inducement for m Ut tk lh te; h re.
sod if I can ur-e-fiHy vuttn iithn from
,tb" dangerous jath In whirh lne ati.
lam willing to endur? il tba profession;
ana persona! conerfunee.
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