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THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
K APRIL 30th-0CTBER 16, 1886.
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tivoat Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Yours Without
Going io Bed.
Jin. JfiDiTOits Whtlo spciullug a low
days nt the plcueiuu insido town of
AbcrvHwith, Oimliciinshirc, nle, 1
linuil U'lntui Uut "ceiuod to mo cither
a fabulous story or marvellous cure.
The story n that a poor Mifl'vrer ho
had not been a bio to Ho down In bid for
six long yeni, i;leu up to die by nil the
Doctors, bad been spiedlly cured by
BOtuu Patent Mulloiue. It as minted
n ItH the more implicit confidence fioiu
the clrcutiKtauec, iwiu said, that the
Vicar of Llnnry-tyii vuvt frtuitllar with
the fuels, and could vouch for tho truth
of I liu leport.
lluAiug a little curiosity to know how
such stories urow in travelling, 1 took
the liberty w bile at thu illai;o of 1.1 in.
nttvd to' cull upon the Vlinr, the llev.
T. Kan-, and to ennulte about thli
wonderful cure. Though a total stran
ger to him, both he and hN wlf most
giMclously intuitnitud mc in a half
the case of Mt. Pugli, in which they
(eciniil to take a ilicp and Mmpitlietlo
nteiest, havliiK been fninlll.n with hi
sullering. nnd now lejolced In ha
seemed To them a most leinarU.ibluouie.
Thu Vicar ranaiked that heViOMimed
his imnie hud been eoiuactid with the
lepoit liom his luiMiig mentioned the
case to Mi, John Thomas, adiemUt of
LIhuou. lie said Air. PugU was former,
ly it lcsiduitof their parish, but was now
living in thepuish ot Llanddcinol.
He strongly vouched Mi. Win. l'ugh's
cluii.icter as a lespeclallo farmer and
worthy of credit. I left the venerable
Vicnr with a livelier sense of the happy
relation of a pastor and people, feeling
that he was one who truly sympathised
with all who arc alllicted in mind, body,
On my return to Abcrvstwith, I was
iinpresstd with a desire to see Mr. l'ucli,
whose reputation stood so high. His
faim is called I'.incom.Maw r, signifying
",iboo the dingle," situated near the
summit of a smooth round hill, over
looking a beautiful v.illey in which is
situated tho lovely ivymimtlcd Church
of Llanddcinol. I found Air. l'ugh,
appaientlv about 40year old, of mudlum
height, uuher slight, with a pleasant and
intelligent face. I told him I had heard
of his great nllliction and of his remark
able and almost miraculous lellef, and
that 1 had come to leain from liis own
lips, what theie was of trutli in theie
porls. Air. PurIi lcmarked that his neigh
boi had taken n kindly and symp
athetic interest lu hi ca-e for many
eai, but of late their inUrc had been
greatly avvakeni d by a happy change in
his condition. What you lepoit as bav
ins heard abroad, said he, is substant
i illy true, with ouc cception. I never
uuulrstood that my cae was ever given
up as bopeless by any Physician. I
have been tiealed by several Doctois
hereabouts, as good as any in Walts, but
unfoitunately no prccnplion of theirs
ever bioucht the desired lelicf.
Fifteen jears ago, he said, I first be
tame conscious ol a soui and deianged
stomach and loss of appetite, which the
Doctors told me was Dyspepsia. What
food I could hold in my stomach seem
ed to do me no good and was often
thrown up with painful retchings. This
was followed after a time with a hoarse
ness and a raw soreness of the throat
which the Doctois called bronchitis,
and I was treated for that, but with
little success. Then came shortness of
breath and a sense of suftocation, cspc
cially nights, with clammy sweat, and I
would have to get out of bed and some
times open door oi window in winter
weather to All my lungs with tho cold
About si' j ears ago I became so bad
tint 1 could not sleep in bed, but had to
tnko my unquiet rest and drcanii sleep
sitting" in an .iimcliiur. Aly alfliction
seemed to be working downward into
my bowels as well as upwaids into my
lungs and throat. In the v iolent cough
ing spasms which grew more frequent,
my abdomen would ejpand nnd collapse
and at times it w ould seem that I should
suflocate. All this time I was minced
in strength so that I could perform no
hard labor and my spnils vver- conse
quently much dcpiosMd.
This medicine thny .idministcrcc to
me accoiding to the direction0, when to
their surprise mid delight no less than
my own, the spasm ceased. I became at
ease, and my btomich was calmed, Aly
bowels wcic moved as by a gentle
cathartic, and I felt a sense of quiet
comfoit all through such as I had not
before rcaliycd in many yeais. I could
walk around the house and breathe
comfortably in & few hours after 1 had
taken the medicine. I have continued
to take the medicine daily now for
something over two months, and I can
lie down and sleep sweetly at nights
and have not since had a recunence of
those terrible spasms and sweatiugs. I
have been so long.brokcn down and re
duccd in my whole system that I have
not tried to perform any very hard out
door labor, deeming it best to be prn
dent lest by ovor-exertion I may do my.
self injury netore my strength is tuny
restored. I feel that my stomach nnd
Dowels nave uecn anu are Doing thor
oughly renovated aud rcnovved by the
medicine. In fact I feel like a new
Eaily in this last spring I had a still
more bevere (spasmodic attack, and my
family nnd neighbors became alarmed,
believing that certainly I would not sur.
vlvc, when a neighbor, who had some
knowledge, or had heard of tho mull,
cine, sent to Aberystwith by tho driver
of tho Omnibus Post, some seven miles
distant, and folehed a bottle of Mother
Seigel's Curativu Syrup.
1 have been much congratulated by
my neighbors, especially by the good
Vicar of Llaiirbtyd, lio with his sjm.
pathetic wife lmvu come thiro miles to
shed tears of joy on my recovery,
I bade Mr. l'ugh good-bye, happy that
even one nt least among thousands had
found a runcdy for an aggiavuting ills,
Hclitvlng this rcinarkablo case of
Dyspeptic Asthma should bo known to
the public, I beg to submit tho above
factK as they aio lelatcd to mo.
20!) It vvlyl P. T. W.
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TUESDAY, NOV. 0. 1880
A DIVORCED COUPLE RfcMAilMED.
Fomtecu years ago the mutriapto
bells miii; In ,i Boston chinch for
hund'otuo John Winter nnd pretty
Alice Lee, ntul n handsomer couple,
so comment said, never vowed to be
faithful to each other.
Four years later, after two yents
of uever-eudiug dissension ' aud
strife, they separated by mutual
consent, and according to ngi ce
ment, the wifo sued for divorce on
the gioitud of deseition, nnd in due
time received the (Joint's deeice.
In that they were not at nil unlike
the countless couples whose follies
make life a miseiy to themselves,
while Tswelliug the fortunes of di
vorce lawyeis and witnesses.
Hut mark the sequel. Less than
a year ago they met cacli other
again, after both had had time to
discover their folly, and when each
began to icalize that the other was
not nil to blame. Theie was appar
ently nothing emotional in their
meeting, which closed, but to be
followed by another and still another.
Before tho e-husband knew what
he was about he was dead in love,
so the chroniclers sny, with the wo
man fiom whom he had bo gladly
separated nine years before, and
what was equally strange the woman
was quite as much in love with him.
They met again, they talked it over,
and one day a minister was called in
to annul the decree of divorce.
A little daughter, bom shoitly
after the scpaiation, was among the
few witnesses who saw the quiet
ceremony and among the very few
people who live to w itness the mar
riage of their parents at any time or
place. Philadelphia Times.
AN ARCTIC HERO.
Captain Bedford Pirn, whose death
is announced from England, was one
of the hcrocsof the search for Sir John
Franklin, lie was the olllccr who
found McChuc's men of the Inves
tigator in their thiid winteiing and
enabled tliein to letreat to Sir E.
Belcher's ships. This timely tcscuc
at a time of extreme peril, leudeied
possible the first and only passage
from one ocean to the other. The
Investigator entered thp Aictio
Ocean ft om Behring Strait, and the
ollicers and crew after abandoning
the ship returned to England by
Lancaster Sound and Baflin's Bay.
Captain Bedford Pirn's sledge
journey to Meicy Bay was made in
twenty-eight days dining March,
1853, with the temperature 50 be
low the freezing point.
This heroic lescue was one of the
episodes of arctic adventure most
frequently discussed at Cape Sabine
duting Lieutenant Greeley's teuible
wintering in Staivation Camp. lie
and his companions weie looking for
the appeal ance of a similar messen
ger from Littleton Island, bunging
tidings of human aid close at hand
and a ship to be expected from the
south to take them home. Among
the fust dispatches which Lieutenant
Greeley received upon his return to
the United States was one from
Captain Bedford Pirn himself expres
sive of sympathy and congratula
tion; and when when the British
Association met at Montreal the
gallant Englishman exerted his
powerful inlluenco in favor of a com
plimentary reception to the American
explorer. It was largely owing to
his efforts that Lieutenant Greeley
was made the guest of tho associa
tion and that a dinner attended by
many of the most eminent English
scientists was given in honor ot his
achievements. N. Y. Tribune.
STRANCER THAN ROMANCE.
We learn from the Indian papers
that there has just arrived in Bom
bay, fiom the Boundary Comuiis
sion, a European named Johnson,
who was kidnapped by an Afghan
when a child, nnd who up to the
date of the arrival of Sir Fredeiick
Roberts remained in Cabul, where
he rose to the position of a Major in
the Ameer's army. In Cabul he
was given the name of Azif Khan
and married an Afghan woman.
Ho possesses a great deal of the
Cabulee In features, while ho has
almost fonrotten his mother tonmie.
beingunablo to speak English save
in a veiy broken manner. On the
other hand ho has mastered no less
than nine languages, prominent
among which nrc Persian and Ilin
dobtani as well as Russian, and so
adept is ho in the fust that he has
been engaged by several oillcers to
coach hem for their examinations.
On the arrival of tho foieo undor
Sir Frederick Roberts, Johnson ap
peared in tho camp and sought the
protection ot the lintisn, which was,
of course, accorded to him. He
was taken care of and subsequently
prpvcu liimseir of immense soi vice
to the General by his knowledge of
the country, its loads and its lan
guages. Johnson possesses u cortl
Jlcate, signed by the principal staff
olllccr, in which the ciicumstances
of his having been kidnapped, as
above described, is sot forth and in
which a yery high character for use
fulness and steadiness is accouled
to him. On the return of tho Bri
tish army to India Johnson was
appointed to accompany tho Boun
dary Commission, and to Colonel
Ridgway ho proved himself a most
useful assistant, for there, too, his
intimate acquaintance with the
various languages was found of con
Johnson arrived in Bombay re-
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cenlly, and is tht?r6 seeking employ
ment ; but his chief view nppcard to
ho the instruction in Persian of
oillccis who arc required to pass in
that language. He slates that ho
was most kindly treated tlnoughout
his long residence in Afghanistan ;
that ho was allowed Bs. 100 pay as
Major; that tho country is delight
ful, rnd that it contains ample sup
plies of everything for man and
beast ; but he resents most strongly
tho savage character of the Afghan
tribes who, ho alleges, ate ever
murdering one another upon the
slightest provocation. China Mail.
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age, and foremost of all, stands
printing. Our printing press is tltc
school-master ot the people. It has
educated the intelligence of the
nations to a more appreciative value
of human life. The age has grown
subservient to the rule of reasons
and humanity ; and the Juggernaut
car of war no longer lepicgents
popular opinion. The press has been
the all diffussing evangelist of in
telligence, and thu Aichitnedcan
lever by which the genius of mechan
ism moves the vvoild and inspires its
forces, and progress fiom a paper
fulcrum. Pacific Printer.
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