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i KENTUCKY WEATHER REPORT.
.What We MiyEspa: Between, This Time
ana Te-morrow livening.
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' 3TThe ahitre forecast are made fop a
period of thltt.t-slx hour. eii'HnK tit 8 o'clock
i te-morrow evcnliur.
A TOl'ail SKNTKSCE.
TUcXav Yeih llemlil, composing' both Juuke
rand Jury, pusses this haul gouienco en tlie
,neble Hed Mnn who poses In front of the
avornjfe cltrar .tere:
h Le, the peer Iiullun ; he who has finned ngln';
Hoef the tout it nil the untutored mind ;
,4 He of the scalp-knife, tomahawk, war-hoop.
t' At whose dcnilse wo're cnlmly resigned ;
tfo'er will this Indlnn ever uut Kliuicd strain.
i '5Ne'r cause us shuine or fill with rejrrets
"Hoef thescalti-kuHV. tomahawk, war-whoop
fi' We havecomlcmned te sell clK'aruttcs.
Harry Wadsworth is in Cincinnati te-
) lien. O. S. Deming of Robertsen is in
rtlie city te-day
Miss Tebe Farrew has returned from a
Mvislt te friends at Staunton. Va.
Tayler Alexander is home from Het
k Springs, the season having closed.
Heward Resser and wife of Minerva
' nre visiting their son, William Rosser, in
4(n, Wh.Ii S. McCiirauv of Cincinnati,
a former citizen of this city, was m Mays
&. Charles H. Crawford of Covtugten re
tilrned Sunday aftcrn visit te his parents.
Ir; and Mrs. Geerge N. Crawford.
Lewis Overley is doing very nicely
jwltb his new grocery
,-Mu. It. U. huiK sela yestcrday te air.
fJanies Morgan a thirty-eight day calf for
If 35. ,
Secretary Warder of the Commercial
jjClub is collecting the annual dues for the
fMws Jennie, Weed of West Second
"street is visiting the Misses Ferman near
'Tub small fruits in aud around Mays-
ville were net Inlurcd bv the frosts of the
Jehn RenERT Lasubhoek is very ill at
the old homestead en the line of the K. 0.
Jehn Walsh has secured for Albert
iBirdnef Bernard a pension of f 8 a month
i July 1st, lew.
f.JT was agreed by all parties whose
pinion was worth anything that yester-
f'si Ledger was a daisy.
sThe Hart bill, providing for a State In-
Ispecter of coal oil and petreleum, has
in'iuade a special erder for April 21st.
.TitK anlnnn.knnnnra of Ludlow failed
i'n alterant in rnlnn 1500 for lebbvini!
'snjantl-llquer moasure through the Leg
islature at Frankfort.
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rJejiiiJV. Power's farm, was in the city a
few, days age, thloves get away with a let
l irMiiiE ivi imni hi i"i?. wiiii iLiaiuue uii
Wiu'.t.. thanV vmi. The Cincinnati
f-4fcw mils Ieyvllle ; pretty Kea.
Iwn."v Un her we'tUlnkMays
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Nkttik, the dam of Jerotne Turner,
2:1CJ, and of the pacer Newsbey, 2:23,
.died reccntv at Lexington.
SkyriiaTj letters have been received
from the Maysvllle colony at Dwlght, all
containing geed reperts of the boys.
Messks. Pejuiy Jeffehsen and L. T.
Andersen, representing Cincinnati to
bacco warehouses, spent Court Day In
Hen. Jehn M. Bekns of Catlettsburg
has announced his candidacy for re-elec-.
tien te the office of Circuit Judge for that
We heard a geed muny " bluffs'1 made
yesterday about betting en the result of
the coming Primary, but did net see the
"color" of any "stuff."
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The Frankfort Fish and Game Club is
making preparations for the State Con
vention of Fish and Game Clubs, which'
will be held April 18th.
The Scpnrate Geaeh bill continues te
agitate the colored citizens of Lexington,
and they threaten te boycott the business
men who signed the petition for its pas
sage. A i.AiteEU crowd than wu have seen en
County Court Da- for some months was
In town yesterday- AprM Court Day is
mnde attractive by the minimi stallion
It is Raid that Lewis county claims
$17,000 in back taxes from the CI and O,'
Railroad. One who knows informs The
Ledeeu that the amount is nearer
Jehn A. Leoan, Jr., of Youngstown,
O., sent two of his fine Hackney horses
te Lexington for exhibition in the annual
horse show, which took place in the Ben
jamin Gratz Park yesterday.
W. G. Deakino of Flcmingsburg Is a
candidate for Presidential Electer for this
District en the Democratic ticket. Flom Flem
ingsburg had the honor last time, in the
person of Hen. W. J. Hendricks.
Hen. Claude 'Matthews, son of that
princely gentleman the late Themas A.
Matthews, who was a Maysvillian, Is n
Democratic candidate for Governer of
Indiana. He is the preseat Secretary of
The only hope for the salvation of the
early fruit crop lies in the truth of the
old adage that a "frost in the light of the
moon is net injurious.." A heavy frost
wns reported from all section? yesterday
An effort is being made te sccure a
Postefflcc at Millwood. It would be a
great convenience, for many residents in
that neighborhood nre new obliged te go
from three te four-and-a-half miles for
The deg pound ordered at the last
meeting of Council has been completed.
It Is located en the site of the old Station
house. Te day the officers will begin
scooping In nil dogs found en tlie streets
without a tax-paid stamp en them.
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A l'Ain of wedding couples from the
rural districts put up at the Leuisville
Hetel a few nights age. They blew out
the gas, aud were seen se happy that they
didn't knew anything until all the hotel
clerks and the Corener weke 'cm up.
A sneak thief entered the residence of
Dr. Samuel Pungburn late yesterday af
ternoon and carried off an album. He
was scen secreting something In a culvert
opening en Second street, and this led te
the discovery. The album was returned
and nothing else was missing.
An Orangeburg delegation was In town
yesterday offering te bet ?1C0 le $15 that
Ike Woodward would carry that precinct
Saturday, and that he would be the next
Democratic candidate for Circuit Clerk.
Nothing was said about returning the
money if Mr. Parry should knock the
Seme time slnce a lady of the Fifth
Ward expressed a desire te have a coin
minted in the year she was born, 1853.
All silver quarters and half dollars of that
year are .worth n premium, and are very
scarce, but if the lady will call en Pest
master Davis she can get a $5 geld picce
Everett BiuaimuN of Little Cemp-
ten, R. L, will, at 8 o'clock this afternoon,
marry Miss Llllle Brown, daughter of
Henry Brown, at the residence of her par
ents in. the Fifth Ward. The couple will
a( once leave for the groom's Eastern
home. Mr. Brlghtman has been in this
elty, for seme time, and. has made many
frlesiU who oeHgratulate him In Ids new1
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'ifeA? APRIL !Vttty2.
Ceorer Cellins has opened a salebn
en Freiit street.
Geoiiek McMurtry, formerly of the
Central Hetel of this city, is in the hotel
buslness at Galcsburg, III.
Theke was n grout demand for The
Public Ledeeu yesterday, and tie com
ments heard en It were very tltttterlng.
The residence of E. Stanley Lee was
effered ,at public sale ycMerday, and after
being hid up te sflt.lOO it was with
drawn. Messks, Geoiiek Out andJ. L. Nichel.
son start en n few days' business trip te-,
day through Bracken and adjoining
Thes. Daunall had the misfortune
yesterday te quite Peverely mash one of
his fingers while coupling cars at the
Theke is qulte a difference of opinion
among the farmers and fruit-giewcrs as
te whether the heavy frosts have done
any serious damage. .
Jehn W. Beyeu .if this city is new
drawing a pension of $12 per month. He
s also in receipt of a $125 check from
Unde Sam for arrearages.
At Lexington Are destroyed the.lumber
yard of Elward Weed. Les9 $3,000. Lee
Stacey, a fireman, was severely injured
by the reef falling en him.
THF-Tatrletic Order Sens of America
will celebrate the Fourth of July by an
outing at the Fair Ground, There will
he speeches and ether pin-tlmes.
J. B. Pkkhy of Lexington has sold te
A. II. Moere. Cel mar, Pu., a yearling bay
filly by William L.. dam by Mambrino
JCing; second dam by Georue Wilkes.
At Lexington last week the chestnut
colt Reslyn. brother of Rnseland by Blue
Eyes, covered the best half mile that has
been done this season In fifty-two sec
Mn. and Mns. Charles L.- Dudley of
Flcmingsburg, with two of their interest
ing and handsome boys, are visiting Mr.
W. II. Wadsworth. Jr., of West Third
Mn. and Mns. E. U. Fitch of Vance
burg paid Maysville n'flying visit yester
day. We understand Mr. Fitch will form
a partnership in the practice of law with
a talented attorney of Huntington, W.
Va., which place lie will shortly make
It is stated of authority, seemingly,
that a horse can live twenty-five days
without solid feed, merely drinking wa
ter.seventeen days without eating erdrink-
ing, and only flve days when eating solid
feed without drinking. This docs net
held geed when applied te street-car
Mrs. Mary Parker, montlen of whom
was mnde yesterday, was the widow of
the late Jehn L. Parker, and an aunt 'of
Messrs. Jehn T., P. P. and J. E. Parker
of this city. She was burled at 11 o'clock
this morning at the M: E. Church, Mt.
Olivet. Rev. J. E. Wright of this city
conducted the funeral services.
We have received a letter from n gen
tlemen In Cleveland, asking editorial
influence in establishing n new fraternal
seciety in Maysville, the the "Order of
June." June we have already about a
dozen irons in the lire, and that a longer
week will have te be invented bofero thcre
is room in Maysville for any mero so
cieties? Frank Edoineton became involved In
a difficulty with his son-in-law, Isaac
Cobb, uear their home en Kennedy's
creek, yesterday morning. They carae
te blows, though no serious darange re
sulted, Cobb getting some the worst of It.
A warrant, sworn out by Cobb ngnlnst
Edglngten, was served upon the latter by
Constable W. B. Pawson nnd the trial
will come off this afternoon befere 'Squire
Yesterday The Ledoer noticed the
case of nu old gentleman residing In the
Fifth Ward, who was said te be neg
lected by his family, and spoke of his
having a well-to-de son in an adjoining
county. It is due te the son te say that
he has made repeated efforts te take the
old gentlcmau te his home and care for
htm, and that yesterday he came te this
city and took both him and his aged wife,
for both of whom he will cheerfully pro pre pro
vlde for the rcmaldcr of their lives, or as
long as they pan be induced te remain
Can Venture In Lexington Xmr,
Kentucky Leader, Postmaster Themas
A. Davis of Maysville, a newspaper man
from way back, has ro-entored the Jour
nalistic field as the editor of The Puhlie
Ledoer, a bright Republican dally,
founded upon the plcturesque ruins of
the Old MuyttUk IttpubUwn. Editor
Davis is one of the brightest and best all
around newspaper men in Kentucky, and
Ehr Lkdekk will be a welcome addition
e every' well-regulated exchange table.
Mr. Davis formerly, wrote "owl poetry"
for The Lnltr, but he kM 16ag bees feri
given for that eReRM.
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GEN. CHARLES W. FIELD DEAD.
He' Was a Native of Kentucky Who Hail a
Most Eventful Career.
A. special from' Washington says Gen.
Charles W. Field died at his residence' In
that city of Brlght's disease. His death
came very unexpectedly. He was bright,
all through the day, and smoked a cigar
and conversed with his son after u 0
o'clock dinner. At 8 o'clock a change
for the worse came, and beveral hours
later he expired.
General Field was born in Lexington
about ttfty-flve years age. He served in
the Sbuthern army, and after the war
entered the army of the Khedive of
Egypt. He returned te Washington, and
was Doorkeeper of the Heuse in tlie
Forty-fifth and Forty-sixth Congresses.
During the administration of President
Cleveland he was in charge of the Het
Spring, Ark., reservation, but resigned
when thu present administration came
into power. He then accepted the, task
of compiling the efllcial records of the
late war, in which he was engaged at
the time of his death. He leaves surviv
ing him a widow and two sons.
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COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS.
What Has Been Dene Since Yesterday's
" Ledger" Was Printed.
Thy following settlements, in .addition
te these mentioned yesterday, were filed
and ordered te lie ever until next term for
Jelin L. Ikehears administrator of
Themas and Julia A. Breshears.
A. M. J. Cochran guardian of Hattie
W. J. Rees and J. Wesley Prathcr
were appointed a committee te assess and
fix a value upon thopreperty of the Shan Shan
eon and Lewell Turnpike Company.
Ezekiel Williams was made guardian
of William Haley, a miner, with James
Williams as surety.
The annual report of the Helena and
Mayslick Turnpike Company was re
ceived as follews:
Dal unce from Inst year (340 81
Cash from Tell Heuse 6ftJ 91
Expenditures.. 435 81
Halancoen hand ?51Q 91
Fer the past year the Mill Creek Turn
pike Company reperts:
Itccelpts S 53 58
.Expenditures 37 70
ltalance en hand I 21 80
The Absalom Turnpike Cempnny re re
eorts: nalance from last year $.12 51
Receipts 133 15
Expenditures 141 09
The officers, R. H. Weaver, President,
and James Dye Secretary, report the
read'in geed condition and nut of debt.
An inventory and appraisement of the
personal cstate of the late Susan Dim
mitt was returned at $781 23 by the ap
praisers, Jehn B. Peters, D. S. White and
O. A. Tucker.
Circuit Court has adjourned until
Monday en account of the Democratic
All members of M. C. Hutchins Camp,
Ne. 2, S. of V., are requested te be
present te-morrow evening at 7:30o'cleck.
There will be an entertainment at
Washington Opera-house Thursday and
Friday evenings, April 21st and 22d, for
the benefit of St. Patrick's Church.
The ladic3 are cordially invited te D.
Hunt & Sen's store. A grand treat
awaits thorn in the form of the grandest
display of Dress Goods and Carpets ever
seen In our clty
A correspondent writes from Frnnk
fort that C. B. Hill of Bcattyvllle has
been there telling anccdotes for three
days. He has succecdcd in retiring both
Judge Lindsay and Attorney General
Hendricks. We don't beliove a word of It.
Court tern Colonel Cfttcr.
Ootingten Commenuealth. Tem Davis's
new dally, The Pudlie Ledoer, at Mays
vileo, is bright and clean and newsy. But
that is a matter of ceurse whorever Tem
handles the rudder.
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Itel EitMe Traniftn,
O. B. Poarce, Jr., te Charles G. Harris,
houne and let en Beeno strcet; considera
J. W. Wallls and wife te Charles F. and
J. J, Owens, 87 acres and 17 peles of land
en Little Mill Creek; consideration,
Susan Putnam nnd husband te Bridget
Ueflln, 10 acres of land en North Ferk;
aonsitleratleu, 9840. t
H. M. PylM, awlgnee of P. W. Suit, te
JhwmW. .Gere, house and letlnrH;
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The Thira State Convention V the
Yeung People's SeciCtyT
AN ADDRESS BY ITS FOUNDER.
Repert of the. Closing Exercises Specially
Prepared for "The Ledger."
(Netk The following report was kindly
prepared for yesterday's Ledger by Miss
Sitllle S. Weed, but It wag recelvcd at the
offlce tee late for publication. In erder te get
our paper In the malls se bs te reach nub
ncribcrs throughout the county the day It Is
printed, it is absolutely necessary te go te
press at 11 o'elock a. m. Editer.1
Spcclat te The Pudlie Lir.eEn.
Augusta, Ky., April 9th, 1802.
The Sunrlse Prayer-meeting at 0:80 this
morning, led by Miss M. Edith Merkcr
of Louisville, was one that will be long
remembered by the Kentucky State Con
vention of '2. The lessen was found in
Mai. ill, 1G.
There were many testimonies from all
ever the house, and the Christian Endear Endear
erers, hearts were linked by the sentence
prayer, each feeling their thankfulness
"for the love of Ged which castcth out
After enjoying an hour's service the
meeting was dismissed by the Endeavor
benediction, "The Lord watch between
me and thee when we are absent one from
At 0:30 a responsive reading nnd sen
tence prayer for the convention were
conducted by Dr. Howe of Leuisville,
followed by an address by Rev. G. V.
Overton, in which his advice te the
Epwertb Lcague te become an Epworth
League of Christian Endeavor met with
The report by the Union Secretary,
Miss Lewis of Louisville, was read, show
ing an increase of societies during the past
year. Mr. S. J. Ktiyc, Treasurer of the
Union, offered a few earnest words about
giving te the Lord, t
The meeting then ndjeurned te the
rink, the largest public building in the
place, te hear tlie Rev. Francis E. Clark,
President of the United Society of C. E.
While the large building was being tilled
there was a short praise service conducted
by Mr. Knye, and the meeting was
opened with prayer by the Rev. B. W.
Mebanc of the Central Presbyterian
Church of Maysvllle.
Dr. Clark then stepped forward and
was grceted by enthusiastic cheers. His
address was opened by telling of En
deavor work In unusual places, en the
ship, in prison, &c. Hothenspekpof hew
the Endeavor movement started. ' The
Paster of ene church cheers started out
in an bumble and rather faithless experi
ment" in giving the young people some
definite work te de for the Master. We
have only space te give the principal
heads of his address: First It is a
spiritual organization, as spirituality and
organization go hand in hand. Second
It was an intelligent spiritual organiza
tion. Third A winsome organization.
Fourth A leynl organization, loyalty te
Christ and the church. He closed with
beautiful remnrks about the unity and
brotherly feeling of the Endeaverers
throughout the earth, tlien after singing
"What a Wonderful Savier," the meet
ing was dismissed by Brether Ramsey.
Saturday afternoon the services were
led by a visiting brother, and after the
song servlce, prayer and the reading of
the minutes, the meeting was addressed
by Brether Majer concerning Endeavor
Werk in Missouri.
While singing a hymn the questions for
the Question Bex were taken up and Dr.
Clark was called upon te answer them,
which he did with understanding and
satisfaction. Next in order the Com
mittee en Invitations reported that they
had received Invitations from Maysvllle,
Covington and Lexingten for the conven
tion next April, but ns yet there has been
no positiye decision. The report of the
Committee en Resolutions was read, and
the meeting adjourned te meet again in
Saturday evening's session of the Con
vention opened by a song service, fol
lowed by a prayer by Brether Ramsey
and the reading- of the minutes by the
Then Dr. Clark, who was te deliver the
address of the evening, stepped fenvard
amid the cheers of the audience. He
opened his address by asking what geed
reuld be derived from conventions of
Christian Endeaverers, and answered his
question by saying that in this way as in
many ethers we learn of the attractive
power of Jesus Christ, and gave ether
points in answer te this question which
we have net space te state.
The address 6f' Dr. Clark closed the
I forget te add that en Saturday after
noon thore were pledges from the differ
ent soclctles amounting te evor $200 for
this great Endeavor Werk.
Sunday morning the Dovetlonal ser
vices were conducted b Dr. Overton in
the Christian Church, after which the
regular 8unday-8choel and church ser
vices were held In the different churches.
Sunday afternoon the services were
held In the Christian Church, all the
societies again uniting and filling the
building te its utmost capacity. After
the reading of the Scripture, the singing
ef several hymns, and prayer belng of-
ferfed, ?tjif .aiulleiiee was addremed by
Ref. T.-, jS.j Qlyce off Parkland en the
sukjeetrnf the "Carfccrf ,a .Man who
Could say N,e." ills text was found in
Daulclf j; 8,'DJirilcl JjefngMlio-jjewen.of-r
whqm he was' te speak, He began first
en "the life nf Daniel, telling of his
dream and his many temptations, es
pecially thnt at Belshazar's feast. He
told hew Daniel was persecuted for bjsyj
worship of Ged and the dpcree that, was
passed: "If nuy man shall worship nny
Ged he shall be put . te deatli and
though DanlcJ knew, the punishment
which was, te JoJIew. he. wenf teh!s
window toward Jerusalem three timps .a
day, and though he was castjinta.the
lien's den he was. pretected;bccau8e he
put his faith in iGed. He then .spoke, pf
religion Jn reference te the masses, UIiQ.,
Judgments of Ged and. a word oftenceur.
agement te Jhcise in lhfa.werld.yf he. stand
up for Christ ; closing jits remarks .with
" Remember the Sabbath dnyt te keep it
Sunday evening there wesaspace in
the center of the church reserved for the
different societies represented te be
seated in bodies.
After singing "Nearer, My Ged, te
Thee," Rev. D. Rice, D. D gave some ,
suggestions in regard te the Christian
Endeavor Works, followed by a sympo
sium of all the Pastors present.
Brether Rice gave seme points en dis
trict organization, and upheld the young
in every way, sayiHg he never was tee
busy te help them cheers.J
Each of the Ministers brought forth
points of interest nnd improvement, mak
ing us feel encouraged and benefited for
having been with them.
Brether W. H. Childcrs said in his re
marks that he should like te have the .
convention last a month longer, and in"
this he expressed the deslre of meny
Dr. Clark asked te be excused, but It. s
did net meet with the, approval of the
Rev. Rice, se he made a short address, , 4
especially emphasizing the fact that
quality is hotter than quantity.
After this the consecration meeting was ,
'ed by Dr. Howe. Sentence prayers were
offered by the Pastors, and the cocgrcga cecgrcga cocgrcga
tieu joined in singing "I am Thine. O
Lord." Dr. Howe read the lessen and
made a few remarks, and all these who
felt inclined joined in sentence prayer.
The members were asked te take part,
which they did, both individually and in
societies. Then, after singing " Ged be'
With Yeu till we Meet Again," the meet
ing was dismissed by the Endeavor bene
diction. Thus closed the services of the conven
tion. Each seemed sorry te leave, and
sometime was spent in shaking hands and'
bidding goodbye. There were three hun
dred and sixty persons registered, and
there having been a great many who did
net register it is supposed that Augusta
entertained about four hundred people, A
which she did most hospitably, making
each regret the leave-taking.
Frazee & Brownine have a quantity
of seed corn sent them by the Com
missioner of Agriculture for free distribu
tion among the farmers of Masen county.
These who want it are requested te call
What the "Official" Editor Says.
Colonel E. Polk Jehnsen, State Printer
and editor of The Capital, the official
organ of the Democratic party of Ken
tucky, courteously writes:
Public Ledger, Maytville, Ky. Gentle
men: I have put your new paper en The
Capital exchange list, and ask that you
reciprocate. 1 have never seen a dull
paper with which Mr. Davis was con cen
nected, and shall appreciate having The.
Ledger. Very truly yours,
E. Polk Jehnsen.
It Was Exaggerated.
The rumor that Commedore Wash
Henshcll was seriously ill in Chicago ap
pears te have been entirely without foun
dation. Captain Campbell of the Tele.
graph had a conversation with Captain .
James Dameron at Catlettsburg, Commo Comme
dore Henshell's home. Frem that it is
learned that recently Commedore Hon Hen
shell and Mr. Russell of Ashland went te
Chicago te meet a famous physician,
whose specialty was the professed euro of
Bright's disease, with which both are;-
afflicted. They returned, and have eeen
better for their treatment. Commedore
Henshcll walked down into town frenij f
his residence, qulte a distance, last Pri-
day, and was in better health than for "
weeks past. This will preve pleasing,.
Intelligence te Commedore Henshell's f .
host of friends in this" city.
In Line of Promotion,
The Army and Navy Register pays a
high and deserved compliment te an ox ex
MnvftvMllan when itsavs there am no less
than seven applicants for the appc4tt-
ment of Chlof of the liurcau of Aicaicme
and Surgery of the Navy, which falls va
cant April 2nd, en the expiration of the?
four vears' term of General Browne,
Foremost en the list is that of Medical
Director Herd, whose long service at Bea
and high character certainly entltle his ap
plication te the consideration of the ap
pointing pewer. Medical Director Herd
is the eldost officer in his department of
the soivlce, and stands next in rank; te
General Browne en the Navy 'list. He
ontered the Navy in 1854. Dr. Herd has
performed faithfully every duty te which,
he has been ordered during his long term
of 88 years sorylce, and is every way qua!-,
fled te make an excellent Surgeon Gen
eral of the Navy.
Dr. Herd was in the, fearful tidal wave,;
at St. Themas some years asje. whs )iii't
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