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EUCOITUlMlflNT IN RO0HH3TBB.
The Commotion Caused by the Mate
nieui of a Pliyelclan.
An unusual nrtlclo from tho Roches
tor, N. Y., Democrat and Chronicle,
no recently republished In this paper
and was a subject of much comment.
That tho nrtlclo caused oven moro
commotion In Rochester, tho following
from tho samo pnpor shows:
Dr. J. II. Ilonlon, who Is woll-known
not only In llochostcr, but In nearly
every part of America, sent nn ex
tended nrtlclo to this paper, a fow days
inco, which was duly published, do
tailing his romarkablo osporlonco nnd
roscuo from what scorned to bo cortaln
doath. It would bo imposslblo to
cnumcratotho porsonal Inquiries which
have been mado at our oOlco as to tho
validity of tho article, but thoy have
been so numorous that further investi
gation of tho subject was doemed neces
sary. With this end in view a representa
tive of thla yapor called on Dr, Hen-
Ion, at his residence, when tho follow
ing Intorvlow occurred: "That artlclo
of yours, Dsctor, has created qulto a
whirlwind. Aro tho statements about
tho torrlblo condition you wore In, and
tho way you wero roscucd such as you
"Every ono of them and many addi
tional ones. I was brought so low by
neglecting tho first and most simple
symptoms. I did not think I was
lek. It Is truo I had frequent head
'aches j felt tired most of tho tlmoj could
eat nothing ono day and was ravenous
tho next, folt dull paihs and my stom
ach was out of ordor, but I did not
think it meant anything serious.
"Tha medical profession has been
treating symptoms instead of dlsoasos
for yoars, and it Is high tlmo It ceased.
Tho Bymptoms I hnvo just mentioned
or any unusual action or irritation of
thq water channels Indicato tho ap
proach of kidnoy disease moro than a
cough announces tho coming of con
sumption. Wo do not treat tho cough,
but try to help tho lungs. Wo should
not wasto our tlmo trying to rollovo
tho headache, pains about tho body or
other symptoms, but go dlroctly to tho
kidneys, tho sourco of most of thoso
"This, then, is what you meant when
you said that moro than one-half tho
deaths which occur arlso from Bright's
disease, is it, Doctor?"
"Precisely. Thousands of diseases aro
torturing people today, which in reality
aro Bright's disease in som'o of its many
forms. It Is a Hydra-headed monstor,
and the slightest symptoms should
strike torror to every ono who has
them. I can look back and recall hun-
Sdreds of deaths which physicians do
- clarcd at tho tlmo wero caused by pa
ralysis, apoplexy, heart disease, pneu
monia, malarial fover and other com-aar-'
mon complaints which I sco now wero
caused by Bright's disease."
And did all thoso cases have slmplo
ymptoms at first?"
"Kvory ono of them, and might havo
been cured as I was by tho timely use
of tho same remedy. I am getting my
eyes thoroughly opened In this matter
and think I am helping others to seo
tho facts and tholr possible danger
Mr. Warner, who was visited at his
establishment on N St, Paul street,
spoko very earnestly:
It is truo that Bright's disease- had
Increased wonderfully, and wo find, by
rellablo statistics, that from '70 to '80
its growth was over 250 per cent.
Look at the prominent men it has car
ried ofT, nnd is taking ovory year, for
Trhllo many aro dying apparently from
paralysis nnd apoplexy, thoy aro really
victims of kidney disorder, which
cause heart dlscnso, paralysis, apo
plexy, etc Nearly every wcok the
papers record the doath of somo prom
inont man from this scourge Recent
ly, however, tho increase has boen
checked and I nttrlbuto this to the
general uso of my roraedy."
Do you think many peoplo aro af
flicted with It to-day who do not real
ize it, Mr. Warnm-?"
"A prominent professor In a Now
Orleans medical college was lecturing
before his class on tho subject of
Bright's disease Ho had various flu
ids undor microscopic analysis and was
showing tho students what the indica
tions of this torrlblo malady wore.
And now, gentlemen,' he said, as wo
have seen tho unhoalthy indications, I
trill show you how it appears in astato
of perfect health,' and ho submitted
his own fluid to the usual tost. As ho
watched tho results his countenance
suddenly changed bis color and com
mand both left him and In a trombllng
voico ho said: 'Gentlemen I havo mado
a painful discovery; I havo Bright's
dlseaso of tho kidneys;' and in IosBthnn
B a ycat ho was dead. Tho slightest in-
8 dlc'utlons of any kidnoy difficulty should
M bo enough to strlko torror to any ono."
I . "You kuow of Dr. Henlon's case?"
I "Yes, I havo both read and heard of
I "It Is very wonderful, Is It not?"
B "No moro so than a great many oth-
B ers that havo oorao to my notlco as
fl having been cured by tho same means."
"You bollevo then that Bright's dls
H cose can be cured."
IB "I know It can. I know It from my
B8 own and tho cxperlonco of thousands
Bj of prominent persons who wore given
B up to dlo by both their physicians and
H "You speak of your own experience,
H what was it?"
H "A fearful ono. I had folt languid
BV BV ft-' f
and unfitted for business for years.
But I did not kuow what niled mo.
Whon, however, I found It was kidnoy
difficulty I thought thoro was little
hopo and so did tho doctors. I havo
slnco learned that ono of tho physi
cians of this city pointed mo out to a
gentleman on tho street ono day, say
ing: -There goes a man who will bo
dead within n yenr.' I bollovo his
words would havo proved truo if I had
not fortunately used tho remedy now
known as Warner's Safo Cure"
"Did you mako a chemical analysis
of tho caso of Mr. II. II. Warnorsomo
thrco yoars ago, Doctor? was asked
Dr. S. A. I.atlltnoro, ono of tho an
alysts of tho Stato Board of Health.
"What did this nnalysls show you?"
"A serious dlseaso of tho kidneys.''
"Did you think Mr. Warnor could
"No, sir, I did not think it possi
ble." "Do you know nnythlng about tho
remedy which cured him?"
"I havo chemically analyzed It and
find it puro and harmless."
Tho standing of Dr. Honlon. Mr.
Warnor and Dr. Lattlmore In this
community Is boyond question, and tho
statements thoy mako cannot for a mo
ment bo disputed. Dr. Henlon's expe
rience shows that Bright's dlseaso of
tho kldnoys is ono cf tho most decop
tlvo and dangerous of all diseases, that
It is exceedingly common, but that It
can bo cured If taken in time.
Daniel Bandmann, the actor, li ranching
Even the dizzy waltz It Is lore that makes
the whirled ro round.
New York and Erooklrn coniume dally
about sixty thousand chlcteni.
February treats the laja of tho week Ira.
partially thU year. There will bo four and
no more of each.
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An Arab who has lost his teeth probably
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The largest Tumlture and Carpet home
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Inp people through their establishment,
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What i'ueta Itarii.
It is popularly supposed that poetry
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supply c' verso is groatly In excess of
tho demand, ind In very many cases
poetry is no. paid for nt all. ' Thoro
nro, of course a fow successful pools
who mako tolerably largo Incomes by
tholr pen, but tho number of minor
poots whose books kro brought out (.
a loss Is considerable
Even Tennyson hnd to wait ton '
years beforo tho publlo demanded a '
second edition of his first volume nnd '
It was mnny yenrs boforo tho publlo ,
took to Robert Browning's books, tho
author having, in tho meantime to
bring them out nt his own expense
Wordsworth declared that for nearly
twenty years his poems had not paid
for his shoestrings, and Mrs. Brown
ing, after long cxperlonco, wrote, "In
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Far and away tho most successful
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Tennyson, who is said to dorlvo be
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tics. Later, Messrs. Strahn & Co.
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In print, which wero to bo published
on commission; and during tho flvo
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gagement was to pay 4,000 a year,
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Now tho laurcata is In tho hands of
Messrs. MacMUlnn & Co., who aro re
ported to havo paid him 700 for his
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"Dead stuck on It" The fly on the point
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Cot: o in and Hoarseness. The Irritation
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There are 877.77 grains of puro silver In a
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Thoro is such a thing as carrying
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In a vory poor housohold such nn inci
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Telephones are now being Introduced on
From 18S0 to 1SS0 the Indians decreased
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I bought a machine for plating gold, all
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