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TFIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: "THURSDAY .MORNING, FEBRUARY 8. 13.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in tm column, etgiit cents per line for
Iretanrtftve cent purlin ch euboequent Inmr
Mod. tor onu wwk. 30 cents per lino, for one
t onlb.ik) couw pur lino.
Kew Blacksmith Shop.
A. new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Power on Tenth street. All
wanner of bUckm thirty ami wagon work
done to order. It-pairing work a specialty.
Work doao promptly, tl"
For lamo Bi'k, Side or Chest use
8hi:oh' Porous Plaster. Price 23 cents.
PaulG.Schuh, agent. (5)
PAftMBU3 ami others desiring a genteel,
luTitiv agency business, by which $3 to
$20 a day can be earned, und addres at
once, oo postal, t I'. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
193 and 137 Fulton street, New York.
To all who are suffering from the- errors
and indiscretion of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will cr-e you, FUEE
OF ciiauob. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Bend a sell-addressed 'envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Isman, Station D., New York
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
Yu are requested to call at Harry W.
Schuh'a drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Cm
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, II iy Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (6)
Thus exclaimed an old eenttemnn recov
ering tr m a severe attack of the bronchial
tubes, 'Sellers' &.u gb Syrup' cured mo."
KucKien'8 Arnica Salve
The Bee Sulve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Suit Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns. nd all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to eivo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For Bales by Geo. E
Seb a woman iu another column near
Spar's Vineyard, picking grapes from
which Suer's Port Gripe wine is made,
that is s hijhlv esteemed by h medical
profusion, for tin me of invalid', weakly
ptrions and tlio aged. Sold liy druggists.
E. It. Clause, Gifford, III., says:
"Brown's Iron Bitters cured me of dyspep
sia, dyspeptic colic and belching spells."
Nerv ilune-s, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia, Nervous Hi"Ck, St. Vitus Dunce, Pros
tration, and all diseases of Nerve Genera
tive Organs, are all permanently and radi
cally cured by Allen's Brain Food, the great
botanical remedy. 1.00 pkg., 0 for fV
Tho best and cheapest car starter is
sold bv Bordeu, He. leek & Co., St. Louis,
Mo. Wiihitono man can move a loaded
Scrofula of tinny years' standing has
been cured by "Dr. Lindsey's Blood Search
er." Sold by all druggists.
A Good liestaqraut.
If you want a good meal call at Sehocn
meter's Restaurant cor. I0;h st. aod Wash
ing ave. Only 23 cis. for a regular meal,
and day boarding will find the brut eccoui
niodatiou on reasonable terms.
Worthy of Praise.
As a rule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one thst
really is a public beuefictor, n l does
positively cure, then we consider it cur
duty to imput that information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a moftt valuable
medicine, and wiii surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. We know whereof we speak,
and can freely recommend them to all.
Exch. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Harry
W. Schub. ttft
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-iueu'.ioned section, but the direct
and reliable mute is via Saint Louij aud
over tho Mies 'Uri Pacific IUiUay. Two
trains daily are run troin the Grand Lnion
Dep t, 8 int Louis to K nsa City, Lnvn
woith, A'chison, St. Joseph aud Omaha.
Pullman IMace Sleeping Cars of tho very
finest make areattiched to till trains.
At Kansas City Uuion Depot, passengers
f r K tusss, Ouorado, rew Jlexico and Lai
iforuia connect with express trains of all
At Atchis in, connection is made with
exirets trains for Kausas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parlies enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only last time
and superior accomodations, but beauiitul
scenery, ss it passes through tho finest por
tion of Miss' uri ami Nebraka. Send for
illustrated mnps, pamphlets. &C, of this
liiiC. which will be mailed Ireo.
C. B. KiSNA!f, F. Ciuxoi.Kn,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent
Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. ochuh, agent. (0)
Having purchased the bakery ot J.
Amlmnv. o.i WaStuiiiztoQ svijniie between
0th aol"l0 .h streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all tunes iresti mean, caws,
. of th i.est duality at the lowest piices
to b found in tho city. Call and seu me.
IJ.lJ tf JACOB JU.ATHI.ll
Cottage For Sale.
I off r my cottage next to the
corner ot 2lot and Poplar streets,
East side, st a 1 bariain. Ap
ply on premises or of me at N w York
Store. M. S. Leftcoyitch.
Tnit Halliday Guards are requested to
meet at the Armory on Tenth street Fri
day ulght. By order of Jno, E. English,
Captuln. , .
The poof, Richard Henry Stoddard's bril
liant nrrstivo or the "Life of Washington
Irving" forms No 4 la the elegant little
Elzevir Library, and i sold for the price of
only 0 cents! After all, cheap and hand
some hooks are not limited to the so-called
"piratical reprints," as this illnstrates: the
publishers paid Mr. Stoddard $500 for the
Manuscript of this sketch-which is a tax
of only a half-cent each, when charged over
to one hundred thousand of their custom
ers. Number 5 of the Library, also jus' is
sued, contains Andrew Wilson's "The Sea
8 'rpcnts of Science," price 2 cents, and
Number 0, Tennyson's famous "Enoch
Arden," price 2 cents in former years sold
in large editions for $1.00, or inoie, per copy.
And yet, these numbers are iu beauiitul
type, handsomely printed on excellent
piper. Sold by nil deaera. John B. Alden
Publisher, IS VWy St., New York.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In then commas, ten ent per lint.,
h i u-iortinti t nd vrhther marked or not, if calcu
litd to fowa-d aay man's business lowest are
always paid for.
The tingling of sleigh bells was heard
in the streets of tho city at times yester
day. Win. Boyle, a brakemaoon the Illinois
Central railroad was up before Magistrate
Comings yesterday for being drunk and
was fined onu dollar and costs.
Tho hit of the sessonl The "Our
Bachelor Cigfir!" at B.irclay Brothers'.
. School children will tind Tns Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor Bolo at
Phil Saup's candy st jro. ' tf
Yesterday the proper officer here of the
order of "Knights of ibo Golden Rule" prod
over to M'S. Tracer tho insurance due her
npon the life of tho late A. Fraser, amount
ing to. $1,0!)!) 00. The samo officer for the
same organization piid over another instal
ment due Mrs. James Bicirs. Tho prompt
payment in full of tlio insurance on the life
ot Mr. Frng'T is Urong evidence of tho
sound financial condition of the order and
must strengthen the order in the estimation
of the publie.
The government is likely to have seri
ous competition in tho local postolHce busi
ness. In St. Louis, Cincinnati, Chicago
and other cities private enterprises have
sprung up. Instead of charging even two
ents on a letter these companies deliver
them ncywbere in the cisy for one cent.
his kind of business competition with the
government may bo illegitimate, but it de
monstrates the fact that local letters, at
least, can bo carried at a good profit at one
half the government rate.
Tub Bcli.etin does not want to be
unjust st any time to any one, and we
therefore chcerlully correct the Item con
cerning the colored schools of yesterday
morning, in so far as Reuben Smith was
concerned. R'ubsn assures U9 that he is
not the guilty Smith ; that he had nothing
at all to do with the move; never attended
the meetings or voted on the resolutions.
It appears, therefore, that ho wss made to
benr the sins of some othot member of the
celebrated Smith family, and he is hereby
Ed Thomas, tho young negro who
stole a gold watch and chain from one
Britton at Scott's Congress Monday, was
brought before Magistrato Comings yester
day for a preliminary hearing. But he
waived examination and was held to ball
in the Bum of three hundred dollars, He
holds a certificate showing that he deposited
the watch with Messrs. Farnbaker & Co.
for tho sum of $15; but the latter refuse to
surrender the jewelry, and there will prob
ably be legal proceedings between them
"I'll shoot your head off" was
the remark which issued from the door of
au up-to wd doruicle yesterday forenoon, and
just sfter it came the flying figure of a col
ored woman showing every evidence of
fright. After ibis woman came another
who Btopped in tho door holding in her
hand an ugly looking shooting iron. The
green-eyed monster had been at work be
tween the two and tho irate wife had or
dered licr too interesting and interested
fiiend out of the way of her evidently too
There was not much of a change la
tho state of tho thermometer north aud
west of m during the twon'y-four hours
ending at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon;
but it was generally low. At St. Louis it
marked 23 degrees, or j4 lower than hero,
and tho wind wai blowing this way; at
Bismarck it wai 11 de.; at North Platto,
8: at Yanton, 10, and at Cairo 27. Uolens a
risa occurred at the first named point since
this report, and there seemed to be a ten
doncy that way, we will have solid roads
fur another day at least.
Gov. Cullom has lor some time had un
der consideration a largo number of appli
cations for pardons and commutations of
sentences. Among his late executive acts
he made final disposition of all of these
cas' s, nfualng most of them, but interfer
ing iu the following among others: Arthur
Riley, who was convicted of tho larceuy of
suit of clothes at the September term,
1880, of tho Randolph county circuit court
and sentenced to tho penitonttary for seven
years, pardoned on tlio recommondation of
the judge and many cltizims of tho county
on the ground that the sentence was exces
sive in yiew of the fact that this was his
first and only offense. James Norris, sent
enced at tho Apr'l term, 1870, of the Wil
liamson county circuit court to imprison
ment in the penitentary for I8years; sent
ence commuted t 12 years. The reduction
of this sentence is mado on the recommon
dation of tho judge, state's at toruey and
numerous citizens of Williamson county.
Theudgo states that while he thought tiio
sentence just at the time he imposed it ho
has since learned tacts iu connection with
tbocae which materially change that view
and raise tho question whether he should
have been convicted at all.'
Doling the absence of Ruv. Go orgo iu
the east his congregation here will decide
upon some important changes in their
church building. The present structure,
after a thorough examination has proven
to bo iu si decayed a condition in parts,
that it is thought to boa waste of time and
money to give it such repairs as will insure
its good c:mdi ion for any l .ngthof fime.
The directors aro thercfote seriously con
sidering the advisabdity of having the pres
ent building taken down and replacing it
with a new one. That the necessity for
this was not discovered before the lute ex
tensive repairs in tdo church is cause for
By a notice in special local column it
will be seen that a meeting of tho Haliiday
Guards is to take pi ice at tho Armory on
Tenth street. The meeting is called for
the purpose of instructing the company
in military tactirs. Captain Waldon, ot
the Porter Guards of Memphis, now in
charge of the Cotton Compress here, h is
consented to take the guards here in charge
and and instruct them two or three times
weekly, in the art of handling the gnus,
etc. The captain's reputation as an in
structor is a guarantee that his Cairo pupils
will be military experts before many
weeks roll around. To morrow night the
captain is to give the guards their first less m.
Offices Martin and Mahanny occomp
plished a splendid piece of detective work
yesterday. Some time during Mouday
nij;ht tho Union depot was burglarized and
robbed of one five-gallon keg of whiskey,
a bucket of candy, a box of tobacco and a
case of select oysters, whico were to be
shipped on the Iron Mom tain road. There
was no cluo to the perpetrators of the deed
and small show of recovering tho goods.
B'Jt Otficers Martin and Mahanny set them
selves to studying the circumsUnces and
soon traced tho theft to a couple of negroes
named Nicnolls and Williams whom they
arrested yesterday after a long and labori
ous chuse several miles below the city, in
the cotton woods. A search for the goods
was then made and they wcro all lound
hidden away in a hollow log, not far from
where tlvj thieves wcio captured. Every
thing was found intact excepting the case
of oysters, which had been broken open
and ssvenl cans were missing. The
thiives have confessed the crime and aro
awaiting the action of thegrand jury Mon
day. In order that thrc may be no misun
derstanding ns to tho action of Messrs.
Farnbaker iu the Britton watch robbery.it
may be best to state thn whole truthful
story of the affair in de'.ail as Britton him
self tells it. Britto'i, tho owner of tho
watch, is bar-keeper at Scott's Congress;
Thomas, the thief, was a pirtner of Bnt
ton's and was rooming with bira. Britton
discovered his;loss Monday morning whi n
he got up, and his suspicions wero directed
almost immediately against Thom
as who could not not be found about
the place. He went out in
search of Taonvis, but found him not,
and then ho began to look for bis watch
where he thought it might have been left
tor money. After visiting the jewelry
stores without finding it, ho went to Messrs.
Farnbaker, to whom he described the
watch minutely, but who also denied hav
ing such a watch, Britton then asked
them to look out tor it; if any one of the
description of Thora is, which he also gave,
came to pawn the stolon jewelry, to tike
it, detain the holder and notify Britton of
the fellow's presence. Messrs. Farnbaker
wrote down (.he description of tho watch
and tho thief, and theu demandod to know
how much they should give for the watch
and chain, and Button replied, not over
twenty dollars, with the understanding, of
course, that he was to be given an oppor
tunity to capture the thief with this money
in possession. Messrs. Farnbaker also wrote
down this part of the undetstanding and
then asked Britton to sign the paper, which
the latter could not do; hut ho authorized
them to sin his name for him, which they
did. A short time after this interview
Messrs. Farnbaker notified Button t hat they
had his watch snd had paid
fifteen dollars for it. Britton asked where
the thief was aud they didn't know, having
made no effott to detmti him; and being
asked when tlmy received the watch, they
evaded the question. They described tho
man who pawned the jewelry ns a very
black young fellow, whereas the thief, who
says he himself pawued the watch and
chain, is nearly white. They der ied hav
ing the watch in an interview with Brit
ton after 0 o'clock Mondty night, and tho
thief says he pawned it with them between 4
aud 4 :30 o'clock Monday afternoon. They
furnished no lnlormation whatever to the
officers, either directly or indirectly, which
might liavolod to the cipturu of the thief;
they did not secur'i the watch for Britton
and they havo no written agreemeut signed
by Britton or authorized by Inrn guarantee
Ing them against los If they secured it
for him, excepting the documont referred
to above. But Messrs. Farnbaker now re
fuse to surrender the watch and chain ex
cept upon tho payment ly Britton of fif
teen dollars principal and three or four
dollars interest. This is the statement of
Britton, and of tho officers who so success
fully worked up the case, Bud it is here
given in order that Messrs. Farnbaker may
not be placed in an unfavorable light before
the public. From the story as here told it
will readily appear to sn. intelligent pub
lic, that Messrs. Farnbaker were, in this
cane as in former simlTaTi'sc'njiado the
victims i)f a conscienceless young scoundrel
and of cruel circumstances. y
W. (!. L A.
The meeting of ttie Woman's Club aud
Library Association held at the Library
room yesterday afternoon was well at
tended. Tho names of three ladies were
presented for membership, and tho follow
ing officers were elected for the ensuing
year: President, Mrs. II. H. Candee; vice
president, Mrs. A. E. Stfford; secretary,
Mrs. M. Easterday; treasurer, Mrs. W. R.
Smith; trustees, Mrs. C. C. E. Goss. Mrs.
P. A. Taylor, Mrs. L. C. Savage, Mrs. G.
Fisher, Mrs. P. E. PoweM. Mrs. B. Y.
Tho literary exercises were of a very in
teresting character. An able and suggest
ive paper was read by Mrs. L. C. Savage,
entitled "Some Thoughts upon the Observ
ance of tho Sabbath." The paper was
fully discussed by all the ladies present.
Tho poem by Miss McKee, and select read
ing by Mrs. Tuttle were necessarily omit
ted oo account f tho absence of those
ladies, but their places were filled by a
l ing and entetta;ning letter written to tho
association by Mrs. G. Lyman, now in Van
B.iren, Ark., g-ving a graphic acc unt of
that city, the surrounding country and
some of tin; Deculiar features of the people
living wit in and on the border of "The
Nation" us the Indian Territory is called
includiog an account ef an Indian wed
ding. Arrangements wero mado for celebrating
the eighth anniversary of tho association
in aG'ting minor on the 0:h of March,
aod tho meeting then a lj urne I.
A LllhlUitY SJC1ETY.
A number of the young men ot Cairo in
tend to org:iiiiz3 a literary society for the
purpose of improving the minds of the ris
ing generation. Thay will meet for this
purpose to-night at Riform ball oa Kighth
street, which Mr. Bristol has kindly con
sented to let them use tree of char1, and
it is desired by the iuagurators that all
young people wishing to join and help the
good work along be oo hand the first night
to ba present at the organiz diou. The
young men aud young ladies ought to en
cour.igo the movement by their presenco
to.night and make tho organiz ition strong
and active, for the benefits derived from a
literaiy society, by its members are impor
tant and are sure to prove very" useful in
after y eats.
TOE LITrLE DETECTIVE.
Katie Putnam presents this beautiful
comedy drama at tho Opera House on Fri
day eveniog, and as she remains but one
night, she should receive the usual wel
come ixtended to Cdro favorites.
She goes from here to St. Liuis, where
aho opens Monday evening for ono week.
Miss K itie is so well known hero, b as so
many friends among our best people, that
nothing in the way of praise from us is
TIib piece she presents here on thii oc
casion was written expressly for her, and
several additions were necessary to the
company to enable her to present the drama
in the shape its merits demanded.
Miss Katie will appear in several differ
eat characters, and as she is young, spright
ly bright, a tiau vocalist and an excellent
d..ucer, it is tot surprising that she cap
tures and carries an audience with her
throughout the evening.
The music which is in charge of Josel
Ilaudel is very superior and is one of the
many pleasaut attractions of the entertain
nuo.t. Buder has tickets and reserved seats on
sale 75, 50 and 25 cents.
COMMERCIAL JOB PRINTING.
Just received One Hundred Thousand
Letter Heads, ) Irish Linen and fiat
Note Heads, j papers.
Envelopes of all kinds,
Deois in's Tags,
Dray 'iickets, 1 perforated with round
R r.eipt Books, ' hole perforating-
Check Books, machine.
Wedding Invitations, (
- Full Sheet Posters,
Small Bills and Dodgers,
All of wntcn will bo found al Thb
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Most of our older ci'tz-ns well remem
ber Mose Kite (f ho lived in Petersburg
Bottom), tin- h"io of our state's early po
litical history, who was ot btsUart build
and powerful physique; who in 188 led a
colony of ourp opleto Pike's Peak; who
tought the In lians on the plains and was
shot through the bo ly; who on bis return
here after the rebellion was converted and
baptized by El.ler Ileushall, of the Chris ian
church at Petersburg B tt m, snd become
a revival preacher of ct lebrity all through
this Miction. They will also recall the f.ict
that, attacked with consumption and re
duced to a skeleton, he was obliged to re
move to tho R ickies in the h po of saving
his life. None thought ho would succeed.
Last fall, however, the editor of this
paper met hun at the lK'ad of the Repub
lican river, bujuer and m ire robust than
ever. "Why, I thought you hid died of
consumption, long, long ago, Elder ?''
"Me? I never had consumption, man!
though people thought that was what
ailed me, and I tlmu.ht so myself. But
the doctors had sent mo on a wild-goose
chase after a OoZur. other diseases, just as
fatal, and this was the wildest one of
Tho good Elder then recounted to us, in
in a ch irmiDo vein, his many adventures
ia the rou,'h and ready life he had le',
''but," he said, "rematkable as you may
think my warlike life has b -en, I hav a
much more interesting story to tell you."
"You know what a rough, noisy fellow I
used to be; and I i-ou'nl stand any hard
ship. Why, on a wager, I have knocked
down an ox and a mule with my first. I
have fought ruffians, boader outlaws and
Indians ; but I was
DOOOED Pon TEAR).
by a more d ingerous unseen enemy that
was ever getting me more completely In
his clutches. I was shot by an Indian in a
fight on the plains, but that wound healed
readily and gave me but little trouble.
After I returned to K insas and commenced
preaching, I first began to yive way. I
had a dull feeling, accomoanied with a
pain ia the right tide. Dr. Butler, our
family physician, said my liver was ou. of
order, caused bj the malaria of the bet
torn. I had always had au appetite like
an ostrich, but my digestion became seri
ously impaired. . While on tho circuit
preaching, I consulted a doctor, who said I
had dyspepsia. After that distressing pal
pitation of the heart followed, and the
physician said this was caused by my indi
gestion and diseased liver, which would
probably terminate fatally. Sometimes I
had a ravenous appetite, at others none at
all. I was feverish and then chilly. My
food seemed to do mo no g od. A special
ist told mi I had a tape worm I Then I
was troubled with uousual quantities of
water and a frequent desire to urinate,
which was doue with difficulty and great
pain. The specialist said I had a touch of
the gravel caused by the use of tho alka
line water of tho plains. I then
began to suffer severe pains in the loirs
and the small of my back, accompanied
with sudden attacks ot dizziness, duriug
which I hail to sit or lie down, to avoid fall
ing. I was forced to abandon.
TRAVELING AND PREACHING,
because I could uo longer ride on horse
back, or trust myself out alone. I began to
be seriously alarmed, and sought the ad
vice of the mot noted physician within
roach, lie said tint my frequent horse
back riding had j iltod and Jarrod me un
til the old Indion wound, which had injured
my kidueys had become inflamed. He
treated me with medicines an ) electricity
also, but gavo mo no permanent benefit.
My painful symptoms all returned. I be
gin to cough, got very thin nnd my legs
were disagreeably numb. I began to de
spair. At each attempt to euro, my ail
ment, became worse, with new symptoms.
I next consulted a celebratod physician
from tho east, who, after thumping aud ex
amining me, stated that I was in an ad
vanced stngo of consumption and threat'
ened with diabetes and paralysis! He
thought 1 might possibly prolong my lift
. TV 1 li.
it. M 'ii
for a year or 'two, by seeking a higher and
drier climate. This was my condition
when the people in your part of the coun
try last saw me.
Then I started for the Rockies but liked
this country, and settled here. At first the
change helped me, but about three ytars
ago the benefit ceased. Then I failed so
rapidly that I could be out of bed only
part of the time ea?h day. All my old
symptoms returned. At this crisis, .a party
of eastern gentlemen,
ON A BUFFALO IICNT,
made my house their headquarters. In the
party was a Dr. Wakefield, who informed
me tint I had a bad case of incurable
Brifht's Disease, and gave me a prepara
tion which inielit, ho said, espo tne for a
few weeks or months, but that was the
best that could be done. Arounlihe bot
tle was a newspsper, N w a newspaper
was a rarity in our home, and I sat in my
chair looking it over when my eye provi
dentially fell upon an "rtxle relat ng a
most wonderful cure of Bright's disease
the very malady that was killing me by
the me of Warner's Safe KMney and Liver
Cure!; (of Rochester, N. Y.) Convinced
h it further delay would be fatal, and
everything else failing, the next morning I
dispatched one of my boys to the nearest
railroad ttation, many miles distant, to ob
tain a bottle of the 8ate Cure. The drug
gist Slid the demand for the Cure was so
great he could not keep it in stock, and he
had to s md to Ivans is City for more. It
was more than a week before it arrived,
aod I was daily getting weaker. But it
camo at last, and I at once began to take it.
When I told Dr. Wak-fi j'd wh-it I was
taking, he gave me a look, half ot scorn,
half of pity, as much as to sty,
'POOH fellow 1
he is putting his tru-it in a Inmhug.'
Nevertheless I persevered and for the past
year and a half I have been as stout and
rugged ss I ever was in my li;'e. After es
caping the attacks of In dims and a half a
dozen doctors, I was lying at the mercy of a
still more dreadful foe that was about giv
ing me the finishing blow, when lhat great
remedy stepped in, slew my adversiry, and
placed me firmly on my feet once more. I
have commenced preaching again; for I
look upon the circumstances and manner
of my cure as a direct interposition of
Providence, and to Providence are my ser
vices due. That is my story. I think it
is as good as a romance and much better,
for it is true."
Such is the substance, and very nearly
the language of Elder Kite's narative.
Thoso who read it, and are suffering, may
benefit by his experience, if they will fol
low his example.
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