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MEMPHIS, TENN.. SUNDAY. AP1UL 2S, 18S0.
VOL. XLIX NO. 92
A PERILOUS TRIP.
Lord Lonsdale's Dangerous Venture.
Further Dotalls of His Journey In
the Artlo Regions.
Hardships of Travel in a Rough
Country Among Savagos.
Tales of Fiction Outdone by
Be Believes the North Pol a Con Be
Reached by Small Parlies Establlth
Inir Eolaylng Stations and Grad
ually Working North.
Nkw York, April 27. Tho AVw Font
JlcmUVt San Francisco correspondent tel
egraphs: IxrJ Lomulalo is wry tnodst io
recounting tho episodes of his trip, which
ho regards Biinply as a sportsman's adven
ture in search of largo game and specimens.
Ho is a keen observer, and has proven
otrv.J'.iuiself so intrepid a traveler that his ex
perience mnkes a most valuablo addition
to tho records of arctic explorations.
Lord Lonsdalo, in conversation with tho
Jlrnild correspondent today, said:
"I hail oo thought of reaching the North
Polo. It was not a polar expedition ut nil
except for the nluddiug. ' I wanted to go as
far us I believed unimal life to exist or as
far as 1 could see signs of nniui.il. I did
' not get my outfit or any outfit at nil at
Winnipeg. I got all uiv outfit from tho
Hudson Uny Company from fort to fort
"On April 14, when at Fort Murray,
oliserved tho' Hist signs of bird life. I then
mw one duck a pin tail arrive. It was
tho first bird Unit caino into that country
t all. We heard that we could not go
litre on account of the starvation among
tho native, which I bclievoaro the Creci,
and everyone was badly ofT for provisions.
Them was a man by the name of Hurpor,
ho of tho llvil Face, who soino time buforo
hud left a companion to starve and who
liatl himself ticen eaten by tho savages a
few days before I arrived.
' ms wi aiiixs.
"Mv weapons consisted of a paradox
rifle, made by Holland & Holland, of Itond
street, I-ondon, nnJ a twelve gauge shot
gun. The rillu Is smooth bore, except tho
muzzle, where tho grooves aro veiy deep.
We aro living on dried fish and dried
rooal. I never took any provisions with
me except flour. I hoard tlmt there woro
souio tnooM at a place called Ilcd Willow
J-nkc, fifty units sway, no I walked up
there, but only saw onu little yearling, and
did not kill the poor little beggar because
I felt sorry for film and I had plenty of
"On May 1 1 (rot a boat and went down
the Athabasca Kivcr. The trip was very
. . irouiilcsome and me liver was very high.
Me Hooted down to fort Miutti. it was
" - hero that wo mot with the greatest danger
of our trip, or, at least, ono of them. The
- river was much swollen and there was an
ico jam. The ice pilod up very high and
tlio water made a tremendous suction un
der it, and our lswt was so heavy wo were
hot strong enough to stop it. I just man
aged to get a rone around a tree and so
held the Itoat or wo should havo been
"We wore then on tho lee, and when we
waked up in the morning the leu wntt-r
hud gonn from ut, Tho j.iiu had broken
in tlm middlo of the niuhi. We dually
got tho boat in again and started in what
we thought was tho right direction. Wo
came io a wide stretch of water, w hich we
thought was Athabasca Lake. We fre
quently got aground, which I thooglit wis
very strange. Hut 1 found lliut we were
on a wide cxpnnsti of tundra, lifiy mile
from where wo wanted to get. Il took us
two days to get bick to land.
SUM) II IE I TUX AIIITIO.
"The birds wore very thick hero, and I
saw countless numbers of gei-se, duck.
swans and' all sorts of wild fowl. Wo
thought wo were on lint take, for wo wuro
out of sight of laud, but when the weather
cleared up anil wo got d where, we could
rco land we found tli.it we bad not been
on the lako at all, but simply on the over
" We, howeve- finally csmo to tho lake.
which was full ol Ice. There was a largu
' crack, which I thought extended in the
direction wo wanted to take, and I could
sec with the glasses that it extended lur
souio diManrc. so we went Into iL It did
r y take us tilit actual tho lake, and Just ni
-tfvT wo reacheil lliu oilier sidu the closing Ico
cracked tho stern of our boat. It was
very mrrow shsve, Indeed, lho lee ro
tusined froziui solid for fourteen days.
' I roin there we Marled In lho same
boat Io go down to Kurt Smith. When
wo got out into tlm isko the boat began to
ink, having been badly damaged by tlio
ice. llut by strenuous exertions we- got
ashore. e went dow n 1 caeo Kiver to
iii i I ti'is Lipids. It was here I started to
walk across and hcraum separated from
tlio others and was obliged to ac nd three
days without food. I went further down
1'cneo Itivi'r and had moro trouble with
Ice, but nothing serious.
(ALT AMU MIC.
"It is in til's part of tho country that I
saw a remarkable formation of salt. It is
In largo blocks, and constitutes the source
from w hich the Hudson liny Company get
their supplies. I also louuil mines ol inn
In sonio of them. Tho mica exintcd in
blocks of ciglit to twelve feet sou ire.
"In this vicinity I shot somu wood but'
fnloos. They aro not numerous, and the
Indians say there are only two herds, ono
of twenty-five and the oilier of forty. In
nil resjieets they are precisely like lho
v buffalo of the plains.
"Jklow tho rspids they call this river
the Slave 1 liver, So a trader said, but
found tho water had risen to such a Mirl
tlm t I could gitarouud tiie edu'es, whicli
we did. and went up to tort Ucaolutiun
Afier two or ",'" .'" I trie I to inil
round the whnlJ of tin lake, but i was
J ire vented by ice. This was on Tuesday,
mio ft. Wo had every obstacle In the
way of ico to contend with. We wero
pushed and Jammed and crammed, Some
turn's we would work oil nigflt to gnl from
one little patch of w.itrr Io another.
IUAl.nl t'KDKB bUrli I'M IK.
"All Hit's time 1 was In f!int-dai con
dition and indeed never fett heller in my
life. It was very cold working in tin
Ice; ono man had frozen bis leet sad I
had several experiences of lho same sort.
In looking about 1 found thero wro a
gnat many wry lino sulphur spring
around here and very good, clear sulphur
The Ice started to go out and we sot
out across the buy, which was about hf-
teen miles wido. When about half way
ncrosa the ico commenced to back again.
There- was a very heavy gala blowing and
w e went behind a liirga rock or small
island, and two liiruo icoborci came, ono
on each sido of us, und there we remained
for tiveuty-ciglit days without moving.
no had a supply of bacon and oat
meal. I lived mostly on oatmeal, one
meal a dnv. and thrived capitally on it.
There is uo good land around hero and
hardly any timber. Tho lako is called
ltullalo Ltiko and is uot on any mnp. It
is about twenty miles long and about
threo or five uiiloi wido.
" We steered north by tho compass till
wrecaino to tho llav Uiver. renchiuif thero
ubout July 1 1. We arrived at 5 o'clock in
the afternoon, and ut 7 o'clock tho Hud
son liny Company's boat cams in, south
bound. I hey had boon (rozon in a basin
near where tho McKciuio Uiver rises.
Hero I found tho most beautiful wa
terfall I evor saw in mv life, liishop Bum-
pus, who traveled through this region as a
missionary, named thoin Alexandria Falls,
after the Princess of Wales. Thev aro
about L'UO feet high, one and a half milos
wide at the ton. and narrow down at tho
bottom to about ono and a quarter miles.
I consider tboiu much greater thuu Ni
ugra. MORE RAPID TRAVKLIXO.
Wo rroAsed the lake to the McKenxio
River, and went from there to Fort Trovi-
dcuco, previously wuiting at Fort Simpson
or guus, lettera. etc.. but tho steamer
came back without them through sonio
mistake. Wo went down the McKcnzio
Kivcr in this little steamer. I went from
there to Fort Wakelcv, Kt) niiles.nn l then
to Norman, 100 miles, and from there to
(iood lloic, III.' miles, and tlieuco to
reel's Uiver, 182 miles north.
in this section of llu country I saw
tho burning coul hanks mentioned bv Sir
John Franklin in his expedition. What
timber country I piuMwi' rough was
mostly composed of balsam, spruce, wil
low, lir, a sprinkling of birch and somo
poplars. On the west sido of tho river tho
Kocky Mountains coinmenco to come in.
ihey call them the Harney Mountains. It
was tho tirst g!iinpse of pleasant scenery.
l he re-it ol this country Is very swampy.
On the banks hero I saw a curious form i
tion. It is a saiiiUtouo rock about lii.U.tJ
feet high, called by a native name fur
'Rolling ilouver,' and on this rock,
a sheer fall, are littlo balls of moss, w hich
look remarkably like b-svers com inc.
down. 1 alio puMcd the wells of burning
gas which aro mentioned by Franklin nud
"Then I went up to Great R-ar Ijiko.
reaching thero ou July 21. We found
the ice only broken up two days bedro.
Orest Hear ljiku is usually culled the
smallest of theso lake, w hen in reality it
is by far tho largest, being US') mild Ion
and :UiO acrosii. On the went sidu the hills
iipcar Io ite alxiut l,2J0 to I'.OOJ feet high.
Thero aro plenty of mountain shevp,
raiMi and caribou. From thero I trav
eled on to Good Hope. Franklin and
ulso lUchardsou sloppuj here.
A RIVER TI NNKI.IMI A II A.M.
"Ingoing to (iood Hojie. I pa-sod a
remarkahlo formation of limetiouo. It
apiearcd as If tho river weio running
straight into It, and when you wero about
to bo daubed ngiiustlho wall, tlio river
makes an abrupt turn and goes down
mpids for about live miles. It is a very
largo canyon, like those of Colorado. The
SAino is remarkable, this immense rock
being cut as clean ss though rhiollcd out.
From there to Peel's Kivcr 1 fouud noth
ing of ei'ial inlfrwtt.
"Wlieu we cams to a point of separation,
which is tho xint where the Franklin
party si'p.irutod, and I believo tho lait
iiieulioii made of it is by C'.ipL I'll len in
bis account of his search for Franklin.
This point is atjout latitiido 117 '.'O', Ioiiji
lildj l.l Hero I parted Willi lho steam r
and got another boil from lho lluds in it.iy
"Ihey woro much oposl t'j my going
to sou ths Mat koiuio It ver I jMuiiiiHiix, as
they were ssvagu ami si.-emml to have a
hatred for white iicoplo. llut beforo giv
ing tlio aeroiinl of my trip mn inj them 1
will iiinto from remarks made by a man
haile d McFsrland, who was cnt into that
country bv tho cunipanv. Ibtsays: 'It
is with much regret Unit 1 sit down to an
nounce to you a partial fai'uru of my trip
dow n tho river. Tlio savag -s have boeotuu
very troublesome, and wo have hai to
abaudoii everything but what wo could
easily get away wi.h,' etc.
a mn or iiMXTs.
"Well. I dmwed my interpreter in a
suit of my clothes, had him sit down in
the bottom of lho boat, and olf wo !artf,.
We paused up n very narrow iulel into the
larger bay, an I. swvping round a point,
came in sihl of their village. 1 hero were
about '.' W men aul ns iinuv women living
there engaged In hunting tho w hale, 'i hey
no sooner saw us than they s- l up a li
mendous ky-yi-ing and juiiie I into their
cunotw or ksvsrks sud rut around u, iiic
rounding us like a nkiruiNIi line.
"ihey paddled up to within a bow shot,
when I told mv nisii to sM-ak to them,
and when he lumped to bis feet nnd spoke
Ihey iipiiearuJ to he ipiite friendly, and
wo went ailioro with thcin. 1 was greatly
surpiiwd. for I xrclc I to see a small,
fill, preay set of men, but to my surprise
found shiUMl a veritable race of giants.
"I lncurrd a couplu of the men, and
ono was six feet four inches and the other
six foel thrro and a bslf Inches. Almwt
all of them were larger men than iiiYwIf.
Ixird lin.l.ilo sUmls six feut lu his
"Tlio men carried a numberof weapons,
and S'-eme'l lo have somehow acquired a
sort of cowboy chararleristio of tarrying a
knife In the 'fur boat and another in the
belt. I noticed that all tho men had a
number of red scars on their faces, and
upon inquiry found that when Ihey killed
a man they scarred their own faces as a
mark of distinction, After talking (or a
short time 1 went Into thoir largo houso
and aikcd them to dance for me and they
lid so, but wound up their dance lu away
1 uid nut caro particular!) atiouL
xir.Mt aixixu tiuir ut'xsrs,
"It socms they sUays have a deaire to
try strangors ionri(, and jut as they
were dancing around they all rnisc I a yell
and leaped forward M mo with theirknives
g:itetiii in (he light, and just as I ex
Im eel lo make a red mark lor some one ol
their faces Ihey stopliod, lauithcd and
placed their haudi on my heart to see If It
was iM'.ilIng very Isnt.
ell, 1 had a couple of re vol von. in m
pockets nnd would have tnsde a ll.(lil II
had been cornered, but of courn we would
not havo stood any chance with so many
Ihcv amnnil me In various wavs. mo
hinK, Jumping Jiiid leaping and iiinlng
sotniirniiiiu. They hsvo a very peculiar
hnbil ol disrobing entirely In their houses,
men. women nud children, and in such
latilii lo it makes ono loci cold to think
"1 m.i'Jo io vera! tveuihg calht and
while going from houso to house I noticed
ono man w ho had quite a number of scars
on his face. Ho seemed to havo a grudge
"I got to bo great friends with the chief,
and ho made me a present of a very hand
some suit, which 1 huve with uio. It is
trimmed very gaudily w ith beadH, anil to
me it is a wonder whero they got them,
for no white men ever bo in there. I guvo
them tiles und knives, and they wero very
A SHI A 111. K UKI.ATION'S MAINTAINED.
"I had told Hudson that I did not want
bim to do any trading w bilo 1 wits there,
for 1 did not want these people to get
angry or have any excuse for such a thing,
but tho chief had a very handsome silver
fox skin, which the u.-ont wanted, and ho
commenced to dicker, and w hen ho saw
tho chief was getting angry, made such
earnest solicitulious for mo to return that I
"1 cava them soino tohncco, hut they
did not like our weed as much us they did
tho inside of tlio willow bark which' they
smoko. Their pipes nro very small, liko
opium pines, and after putting in tho
bark, they inhale all of the smoko into
their lungs until it makes them quito
"After returning to tho fort I went from
there to Point liathurst, und from there to
Uauks's ljuid. I skirted all around it, go
ing north-northeast. 1 saw any
quantity of whules, and 1 think
it is the regular breeding place of
tho whale. 1 kept along lianks'a
Land and reached an island whicli tlio na
tive said was Molvillo Island, but I tun
not at nil sure. In rouard to the north
west passAgo 1 think that sometimes par
til's with a boat like tho one wo had could
get thiouL'li, but they might try a dozen
tunes more and fail. ' There is a great deal
in being lucky in cxHditious of this sort,
und I was very fortunate.
'There aro lots of reindeer and polar
bears on llanks's Lind. I managed to
shoot two bears, hut they wero hot very
large. From llanks's 1-aiid 1 turned back
to Cup j iliilhurst, and went from there In
Whale Island and then to Peel's Uiver. 1
was at Hanltsl.inil between August and
K'ptember 1. I was now commencing to
figure about celling out, as I certainly did
not wiili to winter in such a place, and I
found some records in rvfficucu lo a ship
having becu in Norton Sound iu OcIoIht,
anil I thought if I could uiannuo to catch
one I would bj all right.
right Iml.uiis then,
started in p icking and we were compel!
to carrv altn.il lortv pjiuiil each acnm
the mountains In lt.uno.trt Hoik-, on l'or-
cupinn Uiver. Tha Indians over toward
rort I nkon ate a bad lot mul I anticipat
ed tMiitilo with lliciii. .Mv Indians in nle
up their minds lo luko ion amouL' llietu,
but la going down I made them lako an
other littlo river hit-it hunt of ut knew
auyihiim about, but it happily landed us
about twemy mile b -low Hie furtaii.l into
tho l lUon. i ro n i iiUoii tin went down
to Nukiiiknyat, and iln.-re Uu Indians arc
verv troulileioni i ills'!.
'From there we lui I no trouble iurio-v
lug tho m tuut iin, a.i I, by tiiu w.iv. I w ill
ay hero that il w.is not half so dilliciill in
gu liug iro'o j atieati lulu lliu 1 nko'l il
so'iie p viplo siiv. It. like I with iniucr.
wlio hjve NiN iil ve.irt in that louuirv
lhev tell mo t i re it pleillV ol U lid, . bill
not hi anv one pliuv. 1 i ts tiuicli w.it
terod. blill. B i n.) id llie.u do vciy Well,
lint lho minority do not.
lliey tue ulmott e.it 'ii ill) Willi scurvv.
line can wain o il c ilura nt iilmod any
ihjiiii in lie siit l, hut l would not recom
mend goiu-r upl!ier' io bunt for ir-ild. We
finally nut over to Kiw-i.ui Miv on, but
f.inu.l no t'hanco to go lo M. Michael'.
lliu boils h.ivrt iMi n leaving thern ill
AtiriL From lha Vuk'i 1 cm-miI the
iiuuntains, l"0 do uledt and went in
kii-k'iiiiil U.ver, und had inu-iilciablo
dilllculty in croiiig on luvouut ol its get
ting very cold, lho lowest temperature l
saw on lho trip was i. below tcro. It
w. 1 tin b"ro thai I nolic. d a very p -collar
tlim.r. nnd that was Crj ubM-nco ol uorth-
era lights Ih-Iow kuk.xiiiin.
TIIR AI'll'IK t ii on: 11.14.
"At that point and north the lights aro
particularly brilliant and aniline a mod
h'uiarkablu ap;Haraniv, but south of il I
lei not scd any. I have heard all sorts ol
tliiHiricS in relereuce I o the biiviug noio
which is supiKt.-d to acrniupinv the
northern lit;hls but I think that if duo to
some other rnnte. Wo then went down
loliixil News 1 l.i y. I C u t-ti.t :i Miiinn, Nuo-
hagak, I .la una K.vcr, rakwik Uiver,
K'vciiu(k and ll'i.illv down to Kodiuk
Island, where I waited fir th" I'n-rtli t.
"He da I a n-in.irkablv dilli 'iill time on
sonic of our d"g I iiiriuMS from plate to
Iil.tce, men an J dos frtt-zing lo death, I wi
ng lurccd to reiii.un under shelter for days
on account of bli. inU, which woro so ti'r
ntlr tliut one could not pmiihly livn in
liiein; Slid, in fad, site one e went to
look (or our dogs and foitud them frozen
the roi.xrA nr. iismiikd.
"Yoll nuked lint tso or llireo niieallons.
and 1 will antwer theni by saving, llrtt,
tlist 1 lietinve the North I 'nle ran be
reached by small parlies fulnblnhin re
laying slatio.is and gradually working
north, but never In I he old -fashioned way.
I found some of N hwstka s Holes uwlul.
but I think he described a gn-sl deal be
never saw, and ss to bis saving tie went
Unto lands Itoingthe lirnt whiteuisn there.
wiiv, i si w miners nu i mere area roupiii
in this city who havo been overall that
part of thu country In fure ho sst born.
"I would like in la no lho lilpoversgun,
or at leant would bko to go iiiiaud get
more numk ox, as I did uot quite satuly
myself in Ibis ruxpect. 1 did not carry
money at all. I got my supplies from the
Hudson llav torn pan v. merely sinning
orders for what 1 had, ami in trading with
Lsoiliinsux tlme of the north did not
know coin at all, merely accepting articles
of various kinds fur their services. '
Taw lllnvb Drawitml.
ImirsMito. Mich., April 27. Tom
Hindi, the Milwaukee pugilist, who wss
to fight Jim McCormick, of H. l'uul, at
lVunnba next Piniday, was yislliiig a few
miles from Iron Mountain on the WIm-oii-sin
sido of tho river y-l-rdsy. lb turning
tho boat capsi'-d und Hindi was drowned.
I.srliasa Will fins.
Ntw Yorx, Aptil 27. Tho Hock Ex
change, tho Consolidate! Hock and I'clro
leutn Fxehsngoand tho ColTi-e F.xchangn
will bo closed on Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday of next week. Tlio Troilueo
F.xchauM and the Cotton Kxchsugo will
be doted on Tuesday and Wcuesday,
SasiitiU.1, Tnn., April 27.-A ipcclal
lo the .Wi-ic M from F.fin, Tcnn., anya:
The slsve ladory of th Taiucr Coopi'rage
a firm of Columbus, In t.. was
totally lieMroyed by flrr. Loss fll'.OiK),
no lii.iirance. Forty baud are thrown
Out of suiploy tuvuU ' "
A Chemist's Remarkable Disoovery.
A Powder That Will Prosorve Food
an Indefinite Period.
It Doos Thla by Destroying
Qorma of Decay.
Belief That it Will Effect a Revolu
tion In Commerce.
Satisfactory Testa Obtained Is It a Cur
For Consumption, and Will
tt Also Prolong Hu
Kxw Yokic, April 27. Ina tnodost room
on Fourteenth street In thin city thero is
displayed upon a largo timing table n per
manent lunch of meat; egg, oysters, fruits
and vegetables that may well causa Thomas
lvlison to look to his laurels. The perish
able articles thus exposed have been in
their ivspoctivo plneea iom two to eight
weeks, nud lo all auiarauees are as found
and ivho'.csomo today aa they wero when
fir.it taken from tho market or tho kitchen.
Tho gentleman in charts of tho room de
clares that they w ill remain in that sound
condition fur an iiidclinilo period, in other
words, decay will uovof set iu, or that it
has been permanently arrested.
However this may bo, it is certain that
a remarkable discovery has been ma le,
which promises to revolulionlrj tho pro
vUiun business. At tho' present tiiuu it is
inioMsiblu to ship eg-.' to Southern points,
niiik to any place more than two dayt'
journey ditnnc?, and some of the mod
delicious gamo miiitt bp tic u lu tho vicin
ity where it ta killed. Tho must skillful
refrigerator produced serves only to pre-
serva mest and vegidsbles for brief period,
nnd leaves tlieui when taken from lho
freezing ciiun-.bers in such a condition that
they mind ho cooked at ence or spoiled.
If a timo shall come when the farmer may
send bis eggs or milk r oilier pnnluco to
l'.r.iil or lho A utipiHles, and Chesapeake
reed birds suit to Lmdoa an I I'sris, lho
value of such comiuodilli will belremen
tlotiKly cnlinncetl and mrry corner of the
world will bo benefited by thu chango.
A Chicago man nsmed William II.
Haniels ciaiiut that he has Lund a prep
ar.ttioti which will do ju-t thit lor lho pro
ducer of too It. Having in iiiiud the in
delluile pret.rva'.ion of human bodies in
tlio shapii of mummies, he hut call-id Ins
production thu "Krrp'l.in FihmI Pre
servative." Tiiis is a piteulod nriie'.ii,
and coiisi-.lt of a Hilvr in idu up ( live
or six iiir. bents, am it t which are sul
phur and cinnamon. V.li powder, when
ignited, molders slowly sud ii'ct'solfa
d 'li e, heavy sniokn lb-It sinks al o.lco o
the biiitoin ol tlu roo u. THo prmv s it
applyina it loany subject is klmplo. It it
bo a Menk, or u galliui of oyxtcrt, or a
roa-t, or liny o:h -r Kiiltanco wtiatevt r,
il it placed in the i.i;1-hi e'liiiparliitenl id
nu ord nary riirigcrtor whicli has l -en
mado sir-li;dit by hning it with rubber.
The ponder is placed iipcn a peil ra cd
lu ll iu llut under puil ol Ihe ln'X nnd
ignited. The box is then clotted, mi I int
i.i"tieil until the Misd r is burnt oil'.
This may take half aa hour and II only
iv:i-s til smolder when the oxygen
contained in the lsx has been it-
hatiHtel. Alter that llin subject of the
iiimvs is found lo ba tinlmpatied in np-l-earauce
and iim liiv, with one cs?.-p!inn
lo bo noted, and rendered permanently
no, uid an I wliolesoiiie. In tho cut; ol
meat or vegetable! it does It .t mailer
whether llcy li.tvo been conked or ind
ladoro Is'lug stilijecled to tin' proccm.
The result it Ihn same, liven milk, when
Unit treated, w ill stsnd ilidelliiilely willt-
out stiuring and w tlhoul liming jtny ol lit
nourlthliig qualitli'A l-ii that have leen
treated are found lo have lit simply Ihc
viUl clement, that Is, II plsi-ed under a
hen they will n-t hatch. A number of
e;gs thul had been thus treated an. I ilaeotl
under a hen w ere led w ith Iter lur I went v-
one days, after which tln-v wero lukeii
away n'nd rooked and found lo be entirely
l'hvsli'ianf who havo ttuiiilued tho
powtfer cerlilv that it contains no i lenienl
which ran make loo.i in iici iy n iiiiuri-
nits to the human body. Mr. I'anicls and
bis nwtKiates theorize lint Hie I nines ol
this itowdt r destroy thu bacicna of decay
In nnv sulmtnnro.
II this is true, and a iiitnd.er of cxih ri-
minis conducted by I'm Inventor ami
others seem to demnu-'.r.ite il beyond
tloubl, the tntcs lo which i:.i-touiMiiiud may
be put aro iniiltil.irious. I rniiit ccouo
mil ally Inclined need led t'Xrci llicir
imaginations to find wars in which to save
tlieinnelves from lima through the decay of
snimale and Insuiliiste sntislsnrea. Ibe
luifioverished dude who feels lioiind to
pu-scnt bis lady friends with onlly llowers
may be enabled to buy up a large iiiiiniity
when tho price is low and subject them lo
this treatment, and thutliattt a pc rut tnciit
sits k on hand that ran bo kepi linlelliii-
nitely snd drawn iiim as otvsmons inav
demand. The pihilitsi of provittioiiing
exeililion to tiillcrriit pstls uf llio worhl,
or even for a week of csmpuig iu a wilder
ness, are at once pparvnt.
It is said that one hmiu I of the com
pound will cure a ton uf meat. It has
lieen applied to every sort til sulnlance, In
eluding the liuitmu IshIv. 'I here Is at
present In the Morgue at Ut llevuo Hos
pital In this city, a rudavcrlliat wsstnsted
three weeks ago. It is In a s?rfect ststo ol
prcnervstion, and there are on record ranee
iu olher ciliea where a cadaver has been
kept for a much longer pernxl without any
pHtnnt change except a grsdusl wither
ing process, due to the rvaKjialioii of Ibe
liii'inluro near the surfnrc. A striking
lllutlislion of thu use of the discovery was
given recently in Lnglsnd. N vt nil dozens
of gauio and a quaniily of vegetables had
been prepared in Chingo. Ihey wero
taken across tho ocean in " ordinary
trunk and eotno weeks l.it'T wyra served
up lo a party -A liitewnlt l I ng.mhuien in
londoo. This Was done without bring
ing lho articles lu question in contact W illi
Whllo iu the room where lb procsss la
now ditplnyed Iliad Hie ptiwlt gn of eat
ing a alico of multo.i tlmt had boon boiled
in one of tho leading le'"!" tbiscily
five weeks previously, an I " "'g U" "
boilo.1 sevea weeks before. '"r "J ""v"r
went, both cro IndittnU'i "bal'lo f'"
siqiilsr articles cooked . Inn day.
It U' ccrlalnl- rui.u'. .l'li JwcoVcry,
Hill If tt.A tll.WM... tl.nt .I.WMltf lNUf1.l.la
from tho prcsencoof bacteria iu tho tissues
is true, it is susceptible of being placed to
much wider uso than oven its inventor
A gentleman in this city who was suf
fering from consumption' In un extreme
stage, having I o.rd of the compound and
its uses a few weeks ngo, nuked pcrmicsiun
to inhale the fumes of thu ponder w ith a
view to limiting the progress of tho ilia
caso Unit was surely killing him. Tho
gentleman in chargo'hesitated to grant it,
hut, as ho was very earnest nnd took
upon himself all responsibility for
coiiKciiienc 's, consent was tit last
granted. He trentod himself regularly for
some days, w ith tho result ns he himself
declares, of relieving liiiiiscKol hisniluieiit
to a rcmnrk.'ihlo decree. Ho claims to bo
entirely cured. 1 may say that when I
related (Ins incident to a reputable physi
cian with an extensive practieo he saw no
reason fur diK'roditing tlio theory.
"It is not at all impossible," bo said,
"and if this Mr. I'aniels lias rv.illv discov
ered, ns it would seem that ho has, u com
pound that will permeate tho tissues nnd
kill tho bacteria of decay, it tuny bo of
immeasurable servico in' inodicino."
The tiuestion inevitably arite.t, can such
a theory bo utilized to prolong human life
iH-yond its normal hunts; An answer Is
BLAINK IS FAILING.
The Socrotary of State Said to be SufTtr-
tng From Brlght'e Disease.
Vnliiik'luii (iiiniiniiiiti'uiv(il llio S. Y. Timet.
S'crelaiy I'.lalno did not attend tho Cab
inet meeting yesterday und he bus not
been nt lho Mate Department since Mon
day, Walker ltlniuo says his father is
conlliicd to his room by pain resulting
from nil attack of lumbago nnd that ho
will probably bo well enough to resume
his oilicial cares tomorrow. At Mr.
Illiiino's hotel, thu Normandie, his indis
position ii attributed to rheumatism. In
formation was also given out then) that
the Secretary would bo at his olllco in tho
innromg, but the hotel people only know
what lho member! of tho family say, for
none of tho chirks or servant huve seen
Mr. HI. lino biii.'O he came home Monday,
looking pnlo sud sick. A physiciau h is
been to see bim Iwiee today, but ho is onu
of (lie straigbt-laeed old practitioners who
would fetd that ho had violated a profes
sional finili lencj if hn (old anything
ubout the physical coudiiiou of ouo of his
There aro others w hoso tontines nro not
:ied so rloseiy. Au iutiiiiute friend of
Mr. ltl.iiuo said tonight that it would not
be Mirublo to much longer rolieeiil the
(net that tin) tlislin 'tiished statesman is
failiiiK rapidly. "I 1 1 am known Itun for
years,'' said lho ft it'll I. "und I hsvo been
deeply Impressed by the chauue for the
wort' that hus h, en coining iiihiii Iiiiii
since he r.ourued lo the carea el uliiciat
Inc. Il was a mistake for him to accept a
Caoinni position. All of Ins friends, and
1 beliuvo hit ji'iiyiician, cuinu'led nuen-l
it. llut Mr. Itl.un-j is u in in ol sin It re
lute llintm-jM ih.it when be one miike up
his iiiiiid , io do n Ilium be cannot 1-c
tiTtaki it " iroiti Ids purjtMt'. He felt so
much la Iter after It s n lorn fium l-.'nr .e
lliut he nt le it in I he least apprehensive
of bis old physical Ir iiibles rcturiiin:'; bill
tlitSHi ol us who know lli.il sn Insidious
orgaulr tbseastt hat bet n slow.y under
litinilig bis cons ilu'itui went featiul Hi d
Ins iuiproed con hlioti of heallb would
n,d l.i -1 long II he ti.'.iin lisik up thu re-sKii-iln
iiie of .I' p r inenl hoik.
"I lur feart wen1 not utifouiided, for tlnr
iug lliu last thru- Wiseks be has been so
feeble th it it has h's-n a great exertion for
linn to I m nl his olllco. I.nl Friday 1 was
nt the While ll iusj when he canto to thu
( 'nhuifl ineetiii. As he sle.H-, (nun his
carnage be loitered nnd slmo-i lell -proh-ably
would lntvel.i l. il ha I n il Ins so.i
Walker tiiit klv caught Ins arm un I sup
Hirni bun. I wss in a Hi.itioii where I
ttiiilil net wilhotil hi'inu seen, nnd I noticed
the tl"lermiti.itioii lb it was lain;e. on
the features of the strong-willed mail as
ho gathered hiiiis.'l( nud walked firmly lo
the fnliim-t chmnls'r.
".Nothing but Ins will ower is keeping
hi If up, nud unless he call be pe'su tdi'd
to rc-iifii und lako nlMoliito rest I fear lliu
end will coiiie much toner than he really
CXect. 1 think, however, thai ho is lo
ginning to Appreciate his coielit'on, anil
I h'beve he would resiun now were it in it
for the fact that thu world would I tlselv
impugn his iiuiivo und say thai his resig
nation was prompted bv cuajrin at lliu
In a' un nt bo bus lecdvod from Mr. liar-fis-iil.
"Wltal do I think is the causa of his ill
ihsm? Ilrigbl's ilisctiso. Notice lho palor
of bis tun; the gna-llv w lutein's around
tlio lein,.lett, the p.s ullitr rpre-iou of his
eyes, Ihn expression of pain f't iH' ii:ly
(leti'i tml in bis ruliutt'liaiic", and luabiilnl
of frettieiilly im-sslng lho small ol bis
back Willi bis hand sud you will Mti nil uf
the symptoms ofkidnev iroublo."
livery c Hurt was made ul Ibe Khiln tie
pnrliueiit to keep Mr. HI. lino's iudisoosi
liun a recret and II probably would have
remained so had not Mr. li.l wurdi-s, of
the Itnlisli Legation, culled In sea when it
Wiinlil ! convenient for Ihn N-cretary ol
Mitto lo (otuial'y itus-t r-ir Julian Paiiiice
fote, Ihn now linglisli Minister, iMpln
iiullio cotirP'sy necessilsted sonm s-utof
an I'uplunalioii, inasmuch us tr Julian bad
c ipn-tMod a desire Dial the meeting should
take place I'xl.ty If sstiblt. Mr. l-.dwHrdes
was referred by Assistant Secretary Whar
ton lo ulker lllitlne, and lho latter said
his father wiut loo III to bo al Ihn depart
ment, but iu all probability would Ito nblu
to receive and welcome hlr Julian tomor
row. Mrs. Mrnuf Hlrhkam Hrlvaasil.
Ciiicaiio, April 27. Mrs. Jennie Kirk
ham, lho minister's wife, who wss arrested
afewduysago for shoplifting, was ar
rainged in tho I'olice Court this morning.
The prt prietor of tho store, who caused
her arrest, said ho hud a written statement
frtMii the ft lends of lho woman lothiiellect
Hint she was teuiHirarily insuno while
romuiilliiig lho thefts, nnd, in view of
this fact, be bad no tfesiro to press thu
iwwrutioii. This statement seeuind sat
isfactory to all concerned and the cuso was
WMIsf at sirsr 1 InrlnwNll.
Cist iH.tATi, O., April 27. laist night a
hotly of niruikod White CaHt administeii'd
a whipping with long willow; switi besto
Frank (iehrliuc, of Uiverside, a suburb on
the Ohio Uiver west of tho city, (lehr
line's ofToiise la said lo bo general worth
Icaaueas, w hilo his w ife upporta him and
tho family by keeping boarder. In addi
tion ho is charged with cruelty to hit wife.
Last night a numlter of Ida Uiarderi saw
biiu kuts k his wile down with a Im ki t iu
the Uik yard, without any provocation,
nnd then without helping her up walk off
to a saloon for n drink. Ho whs still in
tho saloon when a boy entered nnd told
him a man wanted to seo hi tu out doors.
He went to the door, w hen ho wns seized,
tied to n tree, partly deprived of his
clothing nnd w hipped' with sw itches for
half flu hour. A crowd of spectators
cheered tlio While Cups us they showered
ineir mows on tneir victim s Hack. When
released (iohrlino drew a knife und caused
the crowd to scatter. Ho uttered impre
cations upon his tormentors, threatening
to kill them, but ho went homo und to
The New Massachusetts Law and Its
IiodroN, April 27, This year begins the
enforcement of tho new license law which
limits tho number of licensed places in
thii city to 7SI, und ns there uro over 2,000
applicants thero nro nearly l,.r)CH) drinking
places that must close by May 1. Thu lii t
of rejected applications includes somo of
llio most prominent dealers within tlio
city limits. There is not n single Sperling
house iu tow n except Councilman Hilly
Malioney's pliieo on Ligruuo street that
tins been grunted a license. Among tlio
noted sporting results that will hnvu to
close nro thoto of Fx-Oaininau Thomas
Under, and Sculler (iuoigo Hoiimer, on
tirveii street; Michael tileamin in Court
street, James Kcenau on Portland street,
Ned MeAvoy's placo on Couit street und a
number of other smaller resorts of sports.
Thero were three nolublu rejections
among them John Miller on liunover
street, who is reported tJ bo tho wealthiest
Irish-American in the city; Col. laiw rcnco
J. Igan, of Hover and Washington
streets, ono of lho loading lc mocratic
ibliticiiins of tho rily, nnd Michael
INiherty, w ho in life had a reputation of
being a leading tlealer lu liquors.
A NrHtnlloMHl Mulrltl.
Pr. r.u i, Minn., Aid il 27. A sensa-
tionul suicido tmik place Thursday night,
lho particulars of whicli luivo just been
printed, owing to lho prominence of tho
pur ties. Tito suicido is Miss Josephine
Hiiuser, niecoof Nuiator Albert Midler's
wife, and daughter of l'uul Mauser, Sr.,
I'reiidehl of the Mauser Mulling Company.
Shu was twenty-two yeai old and bail al
ways been of a s'ciiluirly nervous tempera
ment. Slio wat particularly dtstiHindeiit
nnd the family wero not surprised, thotigli
Inn rilled, to tiitl her hanging by a roH in
her room. Shu was cut down by her rela
tives Isdoro she was injured. A Unit iunui
he lU'.iin attempted lo kill heiseli by set
ting lire lo her clothing nnd to lho house,
lu-r relatives again coining tu her r.'st lie,
extinguishing tue fl. lines after slit) was
badly binned. Alter this slut wss carefully
watched, but lb. vigil. nice ol her relatives
was not equal lo Iter deceptive .kill, lllld
Thins I. ty ciciiing by stnuo menus lis yd
luikiiown, she S'cured und swallowed two
ounces ol mine acid, live idivsitiaus
Were itiiiiiedinliily called hut tlieir ellotls
were uusv.uliitg snd she died tu a lew
111 Mldinp io Ibe ts'utl.is.
tsiiiMiM.v, April 27. Mr. Clump,
lite builder of lho fsliv.'lis, siiVn f f tit I lho
recent niciilint lo (lie pneiiiuulie gnu
uboaid that V- i'tel was caused by tho cnl-l.ip-u
of a tast-iroii shell iu llio Is. re. 'Mm
mishap could not luivo in curred il the
shell had been loaded with s.ind, ns is
n-ii il, or with gun cotton, ns ihey will be
ufd iu in ton, nnd ng ilu (he m-rvico tt ltd I
Is made of shts'i htecl. A representative
of lite sbip-building coilipnliy suns, how
ever, that the accident was due lu carvltM
iiiiiiiiiiulalioii; Unit the bruit II luck was
not locked, so that lho carl inui shell
siged nud w is easily tliKltoyed by the air
b ast. 'Hut tlamago can bo easily repaired.
Meiuiw bile naval olluvra are dnM'iiing
Ihn hi tirreiii e and wondt ring w lielhcr il
cm Im reg irded as rtideneiug a ihini-r-outlheoretie.il
weak lies in the pnnclplo
AM I f tat l 14 AMalHallN.
Sr. Luis, Mo., April '.'7. -Information
co. ues from MoU-rly, Mo., to lho cllect
Unit lliut city is greatly excited today
over au attempt to ssassliiste City Conn
riiiimn ll.twiird Jeiiniugt. Ho was up
town lust night to uttcii'l a coiiimittee
meeting, and at II. lid o'clock ret. iriicd to
his home, uu Fourth street As ho en
Icrvd hi into an ussanslu concealed in the
rvettfieoiis hot five f'-et away filed oil him.
Tho bullet mused its mark, but the hiw
tier burnt-1 Mr. Jen ii I nun's face and Ihn
ll.idi tln"d and blinded Inui. Ilu ran lor
lho house, and another bullet wlnstletl
past hi ear, crashing through a bay win
dow. Il is Ihoiik'bt the alti'iupled Mss.insi
v n Ion Is 1 1 un lo political siumoKlty. A
lutk'O reward will 1st tillered (or thu tipple
bension of Ihn would-be s- isiu.
lHlrrnllntil LnlMir t mngmm.
WAsiiiMipty, April 27. Iiifuiiinitioii
has reached thu Stale lcpnr!iuenl that ths
S wis lioveriiment bus invited F.ttroiean
mnuufai'liiring States to send reprcsciila
lives lo a conlereneo in Ibe inlt rests of
tin) working classes, ,j hs held at Cento
llt'tt HeplellllHT. '1 he SilbjecIS for coilsld
eraiiou will Is-: I'roltihilio'i of Sundsy
work, limiliilion upn tho se nud hours
of employment of factory children, limi
tation ol inuht work ami prohibition of
Ihn employment of minors and rbildieit
In p 't tiiiariy dangerous ami unhealthy in
dustries. Tarn Arj rails Itrad.
Sa' Fuamumii, Cul., April 27. Tom
Avery, a well-known local prize liiiter,
(ell dead lulu last night in the ring during
a sparring rihihitioii with lid Cull ', a re
cent arrival from tint li-t-t. It was a sit
round contest, and in Ibe fourth round
A verv lell uiieoiiiM Ions to the Hour, whero
lie f.ire. III a It'W lllilltltet. A pll.VSICI.lll
said deiilh wat ilun lo heart f.iilur.t, cinus'd
by over exertion. Cullo was ntrt sted.
Ni w YoitK, April 27. -Auiong the pas
senKi rt who satle-l fur lliiropti today on
tho Ctiiiai I steamer lltruris fur l.lverpo il,
wt'ie t t-N't rehiiv of War llndic dl and
wile, t x-N't reinrv of the Navy biluey
an I wile. "I'-'iliilo Pill" snd bis Wild
est Miuw stilled for rsrts lo.lsy on the
He, un. r Persian .Monarch.
il. NurreH kslitiltS.
Cui'iMi oi:r, April 27. Cspt. Murrcll,
of lho sti iiaier Missouri, has b.vil ap
p.inle la Knldilol thu Order of lint I'm.
liebro-, by King ChrisUail. of I leiiin i' k,
in n i .i.iuiiioii of his scrvicet in r tilng
the a "::er nnd crew of the i'aiu.ih
An Epidomio of Smallpox Imminent
Tho Anxious Sottlera Soe No End of
Trouble Boforo Them.
One Mlsfortuuo After Another Vis
its the New Country.
The Man AfHIctod With the
DUoaso Hud Come
In Contact With Hundreds of People at
the Guthrie Land Olllos and the
EprenJ or the Disease A
A r.K ansas Citv, Kas., April 27. A
smiillpoi epidemic now threatens Guthrie
nnd oilier towns in the new Territory of
Okluhoma. The excitement caused by tho
knowledge of tho braekinh, poisonous
w aters of tho ri ver is not a circumstance to
tho fear that has seiz"tl upon tho minds of
Hiplu In rog'U'd (o this fell destroyer. It
seems that man named Joseph llllsn orth,
of Kansas City, moro recently from Lead
villo, was taken down oil Wednesday on
bis return from (iulhrie nnd Oklahoma
City, nnd is now qiiamntiucd nt a house
near lho Santa l o Uailroad shops. It la
icported that this man stood in lino at tho
laud olllco nt liuthtio (or (our hours while
wailing to tile his claim on Tuesday, thus
exposing to an attack nil those with whom
ho en uio in contact st that time. As lho
tuiins are crowded every day between Ar
kansas City, (iuthrie, Oklahoma City and
1'utrell, the disease may havo already
spread lo those towns. Tlio people who
havo heard of Ibis caso are anticipating aa
epidemic lho II nd oiithroak will result
iu nearly depopulating these embryo cities
in Oklahoma. lr. Moore, of Arkansas
City, who is iu alteiidauco on lillsworth.
says it Is a genuine case of smallpox, and
the people are excited over I lie matter, al-
IhtuiL'h lho olhcials say Ihey ran undoubt
edly -keep il from spreading. They talk
quint serioii-iy tu I'siainisiiuiK quaran
tine on llicUklahoiiia region, us they UavO
tlillilH'il Hie hew leinloty.
A siiuiHin swept over i ho desert venter
tlav and tiuihriu is bulled in red dust.
The wind ruse at dawn, sweeping down
(rum lho clumbers skv, and the red sand
of the plain was driven Is lore it ull day in
hlinnuitf, klitliux masset. Tents colaetl.
rottts were rais'.l, end everything light
und Intwi was blown it way.
There are now live d ies iniludtvl in
this camii- North, List and West tiulhrie, '
ami liuliiriu pros r. T he hitter covers ths
I!'.!) lit res kUpHwed to btivtt Isfll ta t autrt
(or town purMi-4's, nnd includes the depot, '
iiustotbe.t nud laud ntlicf, about which tbs
liearl oi the i lly may bo stud lo pubtnUs.
Iiie oiheis circmnst riU- the suburlst with
teiiln nnd blankets. 'I hesi have already
M'lecled llteir ins t ors and board of alder
men, bid (.tilbrto is still in the throes of
I Mli.-i it iioliist wns circulated Thursday
niglit lh.it an clei linn w is ht Is:1 held next
morning. When tlatlil't c.uiiu about
"i.iski ineii, ind nicliiili',1 in i,t waiting
thrones nt lliu Ian 1 o;u -. nnd p mlollict,
gathered neitr lite tlepot. A certain Vol
iti y lloigetlnf lliiion, I'uk., a lr. Hill of
Oregon, un I a Jinle Kelly of Kansas,
wete noiiiiiialed. It was decided that a
plurality would Uot bo iciuguizol, tint that
the lucky man must have a iiinjoiily over
all. The project of a viva voce vot was
IwiraUv-d by thu bellowing, rat calling,
tound howling an i lawlusa uproar thai
allendml tint litsl tpieslioii. Then a
scheme lo bnllul had to be nhiindouetl for
want of pencils ami paH'r siilllt lent to poll
tlm vole. After coii-i.lei.ihlo horse play
lliu na'lf-i'oiisliliili'il liiiui.ir' is succeed.! in
st'lHiraling the crowd mio three irroiist,
one for each candidate. Judge Kelly's
retinue w is ro small that be withdrew.
The all'H-ling sMt' ti be ulletnitcd lo make
was iliteriilpted by Ihn overtiiruilig ol the
Hour burn I on which bo hIimhI. lhe two)
other rrow.lt ms iued quitu evenly matched
and lhe coiuil was la-gun.
Menu while Un wml hi 'W and ths red
sand I lew, lhe crowd lulled sud lhe can
vM rs go) tiiikcd in (be roiinl, so that it
wns tlecnleil lo ailj iurii lint eltvlitiii sub-
Jet t to lho inuvi'iiieiil of tho spirit of lbs
call of ptovi.leiii-e. Nolscly knows how
liiii'tinga mo convened or bow leintKirsry
nlhcers are cliiicd. At is-rusls during
lite tiny lhe xipiilaliiil aii-j-inls its rattle
like (urnge fur w ater and I'ssl. snd clutters
wi.h a rush al soino punt. Ouo man, al
together mi in own motion, Intioduci'S
the subject lu hi tliacilmxl. II he provi S
to kismss that llailieliss tpialllv which
iiiuke a gos p csldiiig tilins'r fie hol'ls
lhe place. II not he is suppressed in the
It i. t linon-iili inle sud t-ti J' I ml if initunrr.
Sin II lire the rlru.'glcs id young (mlilics
snd such lite laborious Inilli ol a com
montftilili. When lho Itnui It ft no fur
liter progicss bad bet n inudo toward or-
Ilu1 railroad is lowly issuing from the
snarl in which Ibe glut id hs id Intllio in
volved il, but tliMiuli bak'Ksge, provisions
Slid other supplies ire h-UIK tleliveriol la
tpiailllliea siilln Ii III l) relieve deal llut ion.
lhe set vie" is lur behind lho rtitnilia of
couifort. V jilt r la al ill Is'ing so! 1 1, and
rtecrahlo waP r at Unit loiiiilillng lloiir
isln a openly. I In re nt wlns-ls of for
luiie, t Inp k-.in k litvtnils and Ssnilli
liionle lahli s i ti'iyw liein out ol tltsds,
while under li nts f.uu, ruiili lie, snd other
more pretentious gitincs uru holilitig out to
.Need li s and Jones, lho two Marshals
who held atitboritv. have lell Outline.
Commi-atolicr Sl.a kalager'a chtiui tlist ho
would lot hit thr claiins of nil tinted
Slates employe in iMid d is il h suspicion,
ss it is imw irt'lit niliy nil' let t'sl that
ilepiiln s were nut sworn iu, und the other
liiie l gnhbleni sro lit bine tllv hi lhe Fed
eral M'lVico. Il is tlelliiitliled lliut lho
I to v ci inui nl tb i inv a Ioil. mite of tho
claims of a'l persons, iire-jsi live of fin
p!ov liicul, who went ill lhe I'kl.thouia
I rut I before Moil -lav Instil.
N-ilbng iihiii lite Cherokee strip pro
greases in un reuing oluiue. Msny
l aini'S nro Visible lioiu lhe railroad, and
era at the lat'ons tb-i-l nu Ihat it is
their Intention tonpi.it lluie, I'.owing
ami planting Is well under way al ninucr
ous points. Tho iru. ps have not yet
Cap:. Jack Haves Ins ieiii out couriers
lo Kite lhe upt it e s Jut tlsvs' notice toj
quit Ihesitip. II" Is unit li Is'lovrd b
the tt'tlli is lur llin lnli.l'itibl kludlieaS
lie btsilii.wil llniii 111 I bo in nth duwa
ail I lite pi. n tu al bet, i If f vtt them. II
it th- iu. u. I ad I" s it billy se'.tle tl.S
iai4.cltd.niloliilovcisj , il ti tun be stilled.