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v , J. J.. HUJJUJiilQi .U.J-'.,
yChaiimau Hall and Libi.-ny Cowmlttoc.
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Grout Excitement in Wales
.about a Marvellous Cure
'tAl.'iw.'itft v4irjiui.il YVifiwi4
JJl.JJIj-, H.l-J.iiil' iW'"l
GuilllC to I3o(l.
Mn. EoiTi'ii W Idle cpcndlnK a few
div ai liii' pli.i'ant feii!"l(lo town of
AUrrymwIili, t iinllrfiiufhlie, 'Walca, I
hi'iird nl.iiul wlnu M'eimd lo me either
a fiiljuluiiH 'lory or a maivellou onie.
Tuoi'toi -t, Hint a poor sullen r who
li'til not birn able to lit down in Led for
Hi imii! jeais, ajven up in mu uy i.n uic
Dufiiorc, had been spiedily cured by
some Patent Medicine. It was iclatitl
with the mure Implicit confidence from
the circumstance, as was said, that the
Vicar of Llaurystyd va3 familiar with,
tlio factf, nndfould Viinch for tho tiuth
ol ihu rijiuit.
11 tving u little curi.ialty lo know lion
such ftorli. p-ov, In lni filing, I took
the ltbeny wlillu at the village of Lbui.
rjttvd to call upon the Vicar, the lie v.
T. Evan, and to enquire about thW
Mindurfiil cure. Thuunh a total slrau.
;cr to him, both ho and his Mite most
cnu.lou-h' euteit.ilui.d mo lu n half
hour'hcouvcrbaiion. principally touching
the cae of Mr. Pugh, in which they
teemed to lake a decn and sympathetic
interest, liavlni been familiar with his
sutlerlngs. and now rejoiced in what
seimcd to them a most ieniarkableoiire.
llu strongly vouched Mr. Wra. Pugh'a
cliaracter as a rei-pecialilo fawner and
worthy of credit. I left tlio venerable
Vicar with a livelier reno of the happy
relation of a pastor and people, feeling
that ho was oiu who tritlv ryrnpiihbeii
with ,all Mho are aillictcd Iu mind, body,
Oil my return to Abcrjutwlth, I was
Impressed with a dcMic to see Mr-Pueh,
who;u reputation stood so high. Hid
farm is called Pancom.Mawr, signifying
"above tho dingle," situated near the
summit of u smooth round htllover.
looking a beautiful valley iu which is
situated the lovely ivynmntlcd Church
of Llauddeluol. I found Mr. Pugh,
apparently ahout 40 yean old, of medium
height, lather slight, with uplciuantaud
Intelligent face. I told him I had heard
of ids great affliction and of his remark,
able anil almost mlracitloils relief, and
that I had romo tu learn from his own
lips, what there. Vtas of trttlh In tho re
ports. Mr. Pugh remarked that hid neigh,
bors had taken a kindly and symp
athetic interest lu his case for many
years, but of lata their interest had been
greatly awakened by a happy change in
his condition. What you report as hav
ing heard abroad, said he, is substant
ially true, with one exception. I never
uuedrstood that my case was over given
up as hopeless' by any Physician. I
have been treated by several Doctors
hereabouts, as good as anv in Wales, but
unfortunately rib prescription of tholra
ever brought tho desired relief.
Fifteen years ago, ho Bald. I first be
tamo conscious of a sour and deranged
stomach and loss of appctito, which the
Doetoia told mo wns Dyspepsia. What
food I, could hold in my stomach seem,
ed to do me no good and wa3 often
thrown up with painful retchings. This
was followed after a tlmo with a hoarse
ness and a law soreness of tiie thioat
which the Doctors called bronchitis
and I wai Heated for that, but with
llttlo biiccess. Then camo shortness of
breath and a sense W fe'ifftocfttiim, ei c.
dally nighti1, with clammy Micat, and I
would havo t( get out of bed and some
time open a door or window in winter
weather to fill -my lungs with the cold
Tho Vicar remarked that ho presumed
his nanie had been connected with the
icport from ids 'having meutioued the
case to Mr. JilnrTlioinas, u ehcinis-lof
Iiliiuou. He tnid Mr. Pugh was former
ly ti resident of their palish, but Mas now
living in tho paiisli of Ll.inddeinol.
This medicine they dmiuistetei Jo
mo according to tho directions, when to
their btirpritc ami delight no less than
my own, the sp inn ceased. I became at
ease, and my btomach was calmed. My
bowels wct'e moved as by a gentle
cathartic, and 1 felt a sense of quiet
enmfort all tluougli such as J had not
before rc.llxcd,ih many years. I could
wulk around 'tho hoiuo ilnd breathe
Comfortably in a few hours after 1 had
taken the nfedieine'. I havo continued
to take tho medicine dally now for
something over two months, and I ran
lie down and bleep sweetly at nigjits
and hue not sfitco had a lecuncnce of
tlioso terrible spiiems and sn citings. 1
have been 6o lrnig broken down and re
duced iu my whole system that I have
not tiled lo porfonn any very hard out
door lalor, etee'hilng it bes-t to bo pru
dent lest by ovcr-exertion I may do my
self injury before my strength Is fully
rcstoied. I feel tjiat my stomach and
bowels have been and tiro being thor
oughly renovated and renewed by the
mediciuc. In fact I feci like a new
Early. In this last sprlug I had a 8(111
more cevero spasmodic attack, and uiv
family nnd ncielibnrs became alarmed,
; IiolIevIuBithnt ceitalnly I would not su
Vive, wneii iiuiuuur, ivuu nun uuiuu
knowledge, or had lwjrd of the lncdl
oine, sent to Ab'Crystwltli by the diivcr
of the Omnibus I'ost, somu seven miles
distant, and fetched a bottle of Mother
'Selgel's Curative Syrup,
1 havo been much congratulated by
my neh'liliors, especially by the good
Vicar ot'Llanrysiyd, who with his am.
,pithctio wife have come thrco miles to
shed tears of Joy on my reepvery.
- I bade Mr. Pugh gooiUJiye, happy that
even ouo at leust among thousands hud
found a remedy" for im aggiavaling dis.
About six yeaia ago I becamo so hud
that J could not bleep In bed, but had lo
taUoiny unquiet rest nnd dicanii sleep
sitting in an armchair. Jly alllictjon
'BOeincd to he forking downward luto
niy bowels as well as upwards into my
lungs and throat., Iri tho.viojent cough,
lug spasms which grow more ficqiient,
'my abdomen would expand and coljnpso
nnd'at tinted it would aecm tli'at I should
nijti'oc ile. Al this tlmo I was reduced
lnf strength so that I could perform no
bird .labor and my spirits wcr-i oonse
qiientlv murh 'depressed.
llellevlng this jctnaikalilo caso of
Dyspeptic AMhina thould bo known to
tile public, 1 beg to kubmll tho nbovo
facts as they aio tulated tu mn.
'iUflllwlvl F. T. W.
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Win giiUji gaUihu
tinuntsuAY. feii: sV i87. l
DIPLOMATIC ROnnESPOilDEHSE OF THE
Probably no .mcrnhui' of the
Cabinet lumcmlicra seeing SuiTultlty
ll.i)ai(l iislnj; spectatlea, writes u
Wabliitijjt'Jii cotiuspoiulcnt of tho
Jiustiin Ailccrtmtv. Yet llieru
coiinlelcrnblu tliploiiintie' corrcspou
elcnec of tUclt :t nature; that lorces
liitn to peer nt it through convex
lenses. Ho looks through glasses
vicaiiouEly, however, perusing
epistles in a foreign tongue by
means of spectacles on another
nose, litis man, short,
brown, thick anil utisp if
mid hair, sitting ninong a
of tables that inoau under a
pilo of books in all sorts of langua
ges, would be at oneo taken for a
Ilo is a plain American citizen,
however, though his linguistic
studies havo tinged his syllables
with just :i breath of European ac
cent, lie reads a dozen lunguages
and speaks more than half as many,
llcnrv W. Thomas lias served the
Government lor seventeen years,
and always found his moments
busy. Most of his work has been
translating Si anish and Pi each.
These nie almost the only languages
in which tho diplomatic correspon
dence) that comes to AVnshinglou is
.written. The languages of which
Spanish is the mother tongue cling
tenaciously to that as a vehicle of
expression. It is also an unwritten
i ulu almost invariably observed that
the Ktuopcan country which does
not use its official language drops
into French when it comes to write
State documents going abroad.
Italy, Sweden, Turkey, Ktissia,
Holland, Belgium, Austria, all
correspond with tho United Slates
in French. The Central and South
American States write almost to a
unit in Spanish, while even Portu
gal employs French. Germany uses
its own tongue, but Switzerland
seems to vibrato between French
and English. China and Japan
oilicial correspondents have n funny
waj' of doing. They writo the letter
in their own tongue on one page and
tho translation into English on the
following one. Mr. Thomas thus is
spaicd the trouble of Anglicising
the tea-chest characters.
There is a lot of queer documents
hidden iu the closets, drawers and
pigeon-holes of this foreign-looking
room. Here is a letter iu Hebrew,
written by a Jew in Palestine, full
of flowdry phtases, all printed with
a pen in India ink, the introduction
writhing above the hotly of the letter
in fantastic quirls. Here is a Con
sul's certificate in Spanish. Itccord
is kept of all these consular papers.
In a big oilicial envelope is a letter
written to President llnycs by a
Philadelphia Ilebtew in his native
tongue, 'and evidently accompanying
a portrait of Hayes. Its humility
is almost sheepish. "What am I
that 1 should come to the ruler of
ten thousands?" is oue phrase but
that thought is repealed about four
teen times, the epistle closing with
an cnlreaty that the writer receive
some acknowledgment of his gift.
Ouo to President Giant reads in
much the same tone.
When Mr. Thomas 13 asked about
tlio Cutting episode he smiles
sphinx-like, and says ho hatl a good
deal to icad in those days. lie has
not read anything about Minister
Manning yet. Chicago Times
NAPOLEON'S ATTEMPT TO COMMIT
At the period of tho retreat from
Moscow Napoleon had secured
means to avoid failing nlivo into tho
hands of his enemies iu case of acci
dent. tHo had procured from his
surgeon, Yvan, a sachet, which ho
wore round his neck during tho
time that the danger lasted. Some
said this was opium; others insisted
that it was a preparation compound
ed by the celebrated Cabanis, and
tho same with which Condorcct, tho
deputy, had destroyed himself.
Whatever it was, Napoleon had
preserved this sachet iu ono of the
secret-drawers of a travelling dressing-case,
' which ho always took on
his campaigns. That night at
Fountuinoblcau ho bethought him
that tho moment to have recourse to
this tcrriblo expedient had arrived.
Ono of Ills valets, whoso bed was
placed behind his half-opened door,
had heard him rjso and seen him
stir something into a coffee-cup,
drink it and lie down again.
In a short tlmo violent pains in
tho stomnth and bowels forced from
Napoleon the admission that he was
dying. Then tho man took upon
hjmbelf to send fqr those who wpro
most intimate with the Kmperor.
Yvan was not forgotten, and when
he learned what had happened and
licaid Napoleon complain that the
action of t)ie poison was not (ufll
cicutly rapid, ho lost his head and
rushed away fiom Foiuitalnohlcau,
After a long swoon, fpllowed by a
prbfubo "potsplration, the pains
ceased and tho alarming sysptoms
disappeared, either becauso the doso
had been insiitliclent or because the
poison had lost its effect through
It Is said that Napoleon, astonish
ed to Iln'd himself still alivo, re
flected for a 1cw moments, and then
exclaimed, "God does not will it to
bo," and, yielding himself into tho
liands of Providence, who had just
saved his life, resigned himself to
his now 'destinies. Mmo. Dtirand's
Memoirs, new voluino.
migiitHii j0tfoi xi .i-jnMigiimiiMitjifjEtii.'j'iiiHaiitiiLJiiutitj:tL!j,ri
A BIO S0H2HB,
3Sow Toik, Deo. 12. Th Pott'$
Montreal special of the 17th nays:
Sw.ldtin Lyslcrkyo, promoter of the
Albert mid Assinahoino Land, Stock
mid Coat Company, has arranged lo
piiicluine from thu Canadian Pacific
Hallway 10 expeilmental farms in
the INorlliwest and another large
tract ft oin the Dominion Govern
ment, on which will be located 2U0
head of cattle, including Polled An
gus herds, btood mares, Clydes
dale nnd throitglibrcd stallions, 50,
000 head of sheep, lo be iuipioved
by Cheviot and Leicester lams, and
a large number of pigs to be im
proved with Yorkshire boars. The
company contemplate establishing
villages and farmsteads and bring
ing Bottlers from England. They
have a capital of 5,000,000.
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A VESSEL (STEAMEll IF SUF
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about March uoxt axil will take freight
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menu to bring from Japan eiperienecd
luillcs' mithU, housemaids, children's
muses, house nnd sU.bio I oyf , guidon,
crs, nnd general coivanH, agricultural
and cciiural laborcis, sallots, elc.
The knowledge acquired by tlio un.
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stay of 10 years in Jnp m enables him lo
select iiltublo persons, which will give
satisfaeiioti lo their employers.
Pjrsons wishlnc to avnll themselves
of ihls opportunity to jecuio eood .or-
vault' and laborers w ill please commuul
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ui. otHcis and private houses, If desbed,
to give Information and iccclvo oiders,
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Japan, and with his knowledge of tho
lauuuao nny bo ablu to plvo valuable
alvicotn pluntirn and others. Ho is
wlllmg to vi I plantations and mills on
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