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Groat Excitement in Wales
about-a Marvellous Cure.
Iiiviiiff Six Yunrs Without
GohiK to Bed.
Mil. Editoh: While pcndlug a few
dajs fit tho pleasant seaside town of
AberysUsitb, Crudii;anshiic, Wnlco, I
heard related wlint seemed to nie cither
a f'lbulotts atory or n nvircllou& curu.
The story a that u poor sulleur who
had not been able to lie down in bed for
six long years, Riven up to die by nil the
Doctor!, had been spiudily cured by
some Patent Medicine. It was ichitcd
with the more Implicit confidence from
the circumstance, us was said, that the
Vlcnr of Llftiimtril win familiar with
the fart, and could vouch for tho truth '.
of the report. .
Having tv little curiosity in know lum I
such Moilc:) .row In travelling, I took I
the liberty wiille at tho village of J.hin-
I'Vttvi to can unon tut; vieur. the hov.
T. livunj, and to enquire about thH
wonderful cure. Though n total strati,
ger to him, bolli he and his wife most
graciously ciitciliinid mu in ii half
hour'scoiivcisation, principally touching
the ea'o of Mr. l'ngh, in Mhlch they
seemed to tithe a deep ami sympathetic
uitciest, having been fumllhir with his
suilciings, and now rejoiced in liitt
seemed 10 them a most lemiirkableeuie.
lie "-tiongly oitelied Mr. Win. 1'iigh's
chiuacier ns a rotpeclablo tanner ami
worthy of credit. I left tho venerable
Vicar with a lhclicr tense of the happy
relation of n pastor and people, feeling
that he unsouu who truly Mtrp'ilhhcd
with nil who are ufllicled iiimiinl, body,
Ort my letuin to Aheijstwitli, I was
inipre-bul with a de&lre to see .Mr. l'ut'h,
mIiom1 rciuituiloii stuud so high. His
faun is culled Pniieom-Miiwi, signifying
"above the dingle," "ituated near the
Miiuniil of a smooth loiind hill, over
looking it beautiful valley In which is
situated the lovely ivymatitlcd Clutich
of Manddeinol. t lound 31 r. l'ngh,
apparently about -10 years old, of muliuin
lieiglit, rather slight, withu pleasant and
Intelligent face. 1 told him I had lieatd
of his gicat nlllictiou and of his remark
able and almost mirnculoiis lclhf, and
that I had ionic to learn from his own
lip-, what thcio was of liuth in the re
ports. 31 f. l'ngh lemarked that his neigh
bors had taken a kindly and symp
athetic iuteiist in bis case for many
year.?, but of late their intetest had been
gieatly awakened by u happy change In
his condition. WluiJ you repottns luiv.
in lc heard aliro.ul, said he, is stibstant.
ially true, w ilii one exception. I never
une'drstood that my case was ever given
up as hopeless by any Physician. 1
have been treated by fcovci.-' Doctors
hereabout, as good as any In Wales, but
unfortunately no prescription of theirs
ever brought the desired relief.
Fifteen years ago, he said, I llrst be
came conscious ol1 a tour and deranged
stomach and lo.-s of appetite, which the
Doctois told me wns Dyspepsia. What
ldod I could hold in my btuniach seem
ed to do me no gumi and was often
thrown up with painful lcUliings. This
was followed after a llnio with u hoarse
ness and a raw boicncs of the tluoat
which tho Doctois called bionchitis,
and I will ticatcd for that, but witii
little success. Then camo slioitucss of
breath and a ecuso of suffocation, espc.
ciallv iigbt':, v.'ith chiuimy sweat, and I
would have to get out of "bed and sonic
times open a door or wiudow in winter
weather to fill my lungs with tho cold
The Vicnv remarked that hopicstnncd
his name hail been connected with the
cport i'lom ids having mentioned the
c.ise to Mr. John Thomas, a chemist of
I.lanou. He i-aid Mr. Pugh wns former
ly a lesidentof their parish, but was now
living in the p.uith of Jdanddeinol.
This medicine limy duilnisteiei. to
me nccotding to tho dircetious, wlati to
their suiprlbc and delight no less than
my own, tho spasm ceased. I became at
ciifco, and my utomach was calmed. My
bowels wcie moved as by a gentle
cnlhuilic, and 1 felt a tcuso of quiet
comlort all tluough sucli as 1 had not
before le.ilizcd iu many years. 1 could
walk around tho house ami breathe
eomfoitably in n few hours niter I had
taken tho medicine, f have continued
to take tho medicine daily now for
something over two months, and I can
lie down and sleep sweetly at nights
ami have not sinie hud a lccuneucoof
thosu terrible spasms and sweatings. I
have been so long broken down and re
duced iu my whole tystcm that I have
tint tried to perform any very haul out.
door labor, deeming it best lo bo pro.
dent lest by over-exertion 1 may do my
self injuiy before my btreuglh is fully
restored. I feel that my stomach and
bowels have been and nie being thor
oughly renovated and renewed by the
medicine. In fact 1 feci like n new
Eaily in this last npiing I had a btill
more severe spasmi-dic attack, and my
family and ncighbois became alarmed,
believing that certainly 1 would not su
vive, when n neighbor, who had some
knowledge, or had heard oi the medl.
cine, sent to Aberystwith by the driver
of the Omnibus Post, home seven miles
distant, and fetched a bottle of 3Iother
Scigcl's Curative Syrup.
1 'have been much congratulated by
my neighbors, especially hv the good
Vicar ol l.lauiystyd, who with his sjm
pathetic wifo hau come threo miles to
shed tears of joy on my iccovery.
I bide Mr. PngU good. bye, happy that
even one at least among thousands had
found a icmcdy for an aggtuvating ills,
About bI. yeaisago I became to bad
that I could not sleep iu bed, but had to
take my unquiet rest and dreanii sleep
sitting iu an aimclmir. 31 nlllictiou
teemed to be working downward into
my bowels as well as upwards into my
lungs and throat. In the violent cough,
lng spaems which grew moro frequent,
my iibiloinen would expand and colhipii
and at times It would :eem that 1 should
stillocato. All this llnio I was ii-duced
iu strength so that 1 could pcri'.rm no
hard labor and my spiiits ivem conso
quenily much depios-ed.
I'elievlng this lemaikablo cato of
Dyspeptic Asthma bhould bo known to
thu public, I beg to submit the, abovo
facts as thoy (ire telnicd lo inc.
!'!) ll wlyj E. T. W.
Jw Sniti SttlUiitt,
WEDNESDAY. VKIJ. L'. 1887.
The jKvomiinitt says, thnt the
I'nnnum Canal Company's securiticn
now occupy nn importunt place iu
the daily quotations' of thu Put is
bourse, sittd a description of the
vuiiotta litios nlietuly crctilod nmy
be of interest. The fir.st were the
founders' shares, of which 900 wcie
originally crenlcd. Tliesie have been
divided Into tenths, making u total
of 9.000, and it la the tenth paits
that now sell nluloiiti,200f. They,
of course, recoivo no dividend, bitt
when the canal is working, they will
have a right to 15 per cent, of thu
net ptolita after payment of 5 per
font, on 1ho oidinary share capita'.
Tho ordinary shares are 000,000 iu
number, of 500 francs each, nil paid
up. They receive interest at per
cent., paid from capital and loans,
and after the opening of tho canal
will receive in addition SO per cent,
of the surplus piolils. The present
value is about -I'JOf. Thu llrst loan
raised by the company was by 250,
000 live per cent, bonds, at -J07f
50e, in September, 1882, the in
terest being paid from capital.
They tire redeemable in 75 years',
and 1,190 of the bonds have al'reai'y
been paid off at par. The present
value is about IlGOf. The greater
part of this loan was employed in
the" purchase of the Colon to Panama
tailwiiy. The second loan, in Octo
ber, 180, was by 000,000 three per
cent, bonds, at 285f. interest paid
from capital, as, to avoid repetition,
is the case with all tho sciics. Tho
present price of these bonds is about
21'Jf, and -1,119 have been already
diawn and paid off at oOOf. The
third issue formed pat I of a total of
750,000 four per cent, bonds, the
creation of which was authorized by
a vote of tho general meeting, but
only .'!87,tJ87 wcru at first issued, in
September, 188-1, at li.'SSf. Of thu
second portion of 002,0 la bonds,
15,000 have been fcold privately on
the market. Xo information is given
of the remainder by the company,
but it is supposed that they have
been pledged with bankers for ad
vances. The market price of these
bonds, paying 20f interest, is about
270f. 1,080" bonds have been re
deemed at par. The fourth and
latest loan, issued a few weeks
back, was of -158,802 three per
cent, bonds of l,000f nominal, at
the price of -150f, payable .by in
stalments, ending on the 15th May,
1887. These are, in the meantime,
quoted in threo forms. Tho fully
paid-up bonds iu definite titles, re
ceiving tlio 'lot annual interest iu
full, about -100f ; bonds fully paid-up
since the allotment at a discount of
0 per cent., and in ptovisional titles,
which will only receive interest front
the J 5th -May next, -f;S5f ; and in
seiip certificates, 200f paid, at-M5f,
less, lo purchasers, the amount of
tho instalments due. Six per cent,
interest is allowed on the instal
A HOVEL AMD EXPENSIVE BREAKFAST.
The Independence Jielia relates
the following curious story as illus
trative of the eccentricities of Eng
lishmen: "We recommend tho fol
lowing facts to 31. Jules Verne, who
might certainly utilise them. Two
friends, Messrs. Stanhope stud Col
vin, were recently sitting face to face
in tho London Jockey Club (sic)
playing a gnme of ecarle. The
stake was inipoitant. The loser was
to offer the other 'a "breakfast such
as he had no vet' had before' Mr.
Stanhope lost. lie invited his
partner to come to him on the fol
lowing day, October 25, in Hyde
park, for.the famous breakfast. At
the stated hour 3Ir. Colvin present
ed himself tit the rendezvous. Mr.
Stanhope was &t muling near an in
llated balloon, in the car of which
was an aeronaut superintending the
preparations for a voyage in the nir .
As Hie two friends entered the bal
loon, a cook arrived out breath with
cooking apparatus. Mr. Stanhope
ordeted his tonlun bleu to lis tho
stovt- in tlto car. This having been
done lie called out vigorously, 'Let
go,' nnrt tho balloon roso majesti
cally in the air. The cool:, who had
not counted on tho voyage, uttered
cries of fear, but Mr. Stanhope,
calm as tho captain of a ship in a
storm, said to him, 'Now, then cook,
those two beefsteaks, and take care
that no sparks fall out of the stove,
or the balloon will explode.' The
cook proceeded to carry out tho
order, and Mr. Stanhope,' turning to
his friend Colvin, more dead than
alivo, said, 'I havo kepi my promise j
this will bo the most expensive
breakfast that we have ever eaten.
There nro i'!150 to pay for tho bal
loon and 1'200 as an indemnity to
Too powerful drugs are foolishly
called curative because patients'
often endtiro theni. A child onco
swallowed a quantity ,of hooks-nnd-oyes
without any bad effect. Tlteio
wns a pleaeing result, as they caused
the expulsion of a large quantity of
worms; yet, who would think of
prescribing hooks-and-cyes as a
vermifuge? A physician should not
prescribe what is very liable, to in
jure or kill if it does not cure. With
n hammer, when a boy, in trying to
kill a fly upon a jug, 1 spoiled tlto
Jug. Such lessons of experience I
havo often thought of siuco 1 be
came a physician, and, consequently,
have kept from getting desperate
and spoiling illsemcd bodii-3 while
trying to aid nature in the removal
of disease. I have boen thirty-four
years in the practice of medicine,
and never have prescribed a dozen
doses of morpltino. 1 prefer lo
quiet than to kill pain. Pain never
killed n person. It is the cause of
pain that kills if tiie patient dltn
without taking morphino or any
other deadly drug. I am satisfied
that it docs uob cure, but weakens
the recuperative powers of the sys
tem. By noticing (he good effect of
nervines and removers of obstruc
tions, I have objected to the employ
ment of opium except in incurable
cases. Dr. St. Leon of Paris.
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