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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING APRIL 29, 1881.
Qa.ng of Tolograph Lino Mot
Take Posaesslon of a Town
and Run Things.
After Tiring up on Bad Whisky, Thej
Commence an Attack on an
And Beat, Cbase and Hairy Him, Until
He Falls Dead in His Tracks -The
Nkw Haves, Conn.) April L'S. Coroner
Samuel H. Seward of Wliulhuui County
Is now investigating one of the most pe
culiar cases of sinMi'U death which lias
fcver occurred in this State. It is thut of
Thos. Wood, a colored nian, living in
Dauklsville, close to the Khode Island
State line. Wood seeuis to have been
frightened to death by a party of men in
the employ of the Bankers' and Mer
chantd' Telegraph Company, who have
been putting up wires during the past
week. A "gang" of nineteen of these
men reached Danlelsvllle yesterday morn
ing and put up at Cole'a Hotel. Nearly
all, after their mid-day meal, wandered
down to Rialto's saloon. The party was
a rouuh one, and made up of youug Irish-
Americans. When they entered the sa
loon thev began to run things to suit
themseJvew. Seated In the saloon was
Tbos. Wood, the colored man. The tele
graph men did not think the civil rights
bill gavu to the inoffensive negro the
right to drink at tho same bar with w Into
men. rromlucnt in the party, as a noisy
and particularly offensive member, was
Morris Oliver. He sang out "Git onto
the coon. Kunhiinout; we wont have
no niggers here.". This was the
I SIGNAL FOU AS ATTACK.
on Wood. l'res-ed to close quarters,
Wood drew from Ids pocket a razor ami
lashed about him. The blade Dually
struck the ringleader of the mob Morris
Oliver on the right side of the neck,
making a gaplug and ghastly wonud sev
eral Inches in length, from which the
blood flowed very freely. Oliver fell to
the floor, and in the confusion which fol
lowed, Wood escaped from the saloon,
Meu known only among their comrades
as "Sixty-nine," Keating and "I'addy,"
who were In tho saloon, ran to the hotel
and informed Harry Oliver, a brother of
the wounded man. Harry and Keating
started out for revenge. Morris
Oliver's wound was found not to be es
pecially dangerous. Keating and Harry
Oliver, after an hour's search, found
Wood secreted in the cellar of a house oc
cupied by a number of colored families.
They were refused admittance. The two
then broke in the cellar door and found
Wood there, armed with an axe. For
unknowu reason Wood J dropped his axe,
and, without making any resistance, ran
up-stairs. He was followed by the two
telegraph men, but managed to escape
them by going out through a back door.
I CACGHT SlCillT OK HIM
and followed him down the street, call
ing out to people to stop Wood, and in
the most profane terms threatened ven
geance. Closely pressed by his pursuers,
Wood ran into the store of Edward
Dcltcr, an undertaker, to escape from
what ho thought was certain death.
Throwing both arms up Into the
air, when he had closed the door
behind him, he cried out: "Oh, my
God, I'm dying." Those were tho
last words he ever uttered. He fell
.to the floor in a heap, breathed once
or twice, rolled over on his back and
was dead, just as Keating aud Harry
Oliver burst open the door aud demanded
Wood as a prisoner. The undertaker
pointed to the prostrate form of the negro
and said: "See what you've done; you've
killed; you can't do more." The two
men inflamed with liquor, refused to be
lieve that Wood was dead, and rough
ly kicked the body about the floor, swear
ing at him and threatening to kill the al
ready dead man. It was only after the
undertaker, doctor and his assistants had
vigorously protested against the desecra
tion of the body of the dead negro for
some minutes that the telegraph men
could be Induced to desist and leave the
shop. Even then some force had to be
used. The telegraph men refused to be
lieve Wood dead, and returned to their
companions, told the
STOltY OK TIIK DBA HI OF WOOD,
and insisted that it was a ruse to deceive
them and prevent them from punishing
him. Harry Oliver insisted that Wood
had been chloroformed by the undertaker
and simulated death to them. The
"gang" then visited Undertaker Oeeters'
establishment In a body nnd again rough
ly handled the corpse, which they found
in a rough coffin. They created a great
disturbance, and only after much per
suasion could they be Induced to allow
the body to remain in the shop. They
then stole a rough coflln, and with a
bottle of whiskey paraded the streets of
the town, just at dark. Fourof the party
carried the cotlln, which they Informed
the citizens contained the bodv of Wood.
F.ach wore a long strip of white cotton
cloth hanging from the buttonhole of his
coat, which they profanely announced
' was a badge of mourning. The authorities
of the village were helpless against the
mob, who only ceased their noise after a
mock funeral of a most sacrilegious
character. "Sixty-nine" delivered what
he called the funeral oration, a most pro
fane, scurrilous and filthy speech against
the deceased and jcolored; people gener
ally, at which his listeners howled ob
scenity in Bhowing their appreciation.
The foreman of the "gang" finally got his
men to abandon their proceedings, when
it seemed as if a collision between the
telegraph men and the colored people of
the town was immincut.
Jut Too, Too.
' St. Loui, Mo., April 28. It is scarce
ly surprising that Judge Thayer this
morning excused J. 1 Montgomery from
serving on the jury. On the jurors being
asked If they wished to be excused, Mont
gomery handed a letter, as follows, to the
Sr. Lor n, April 28, 1 881 .
To the llutuiruljle Jwlje Thayer:
I respectfully ask you to excuse me
from serving on the jury, as I cannot con
scientiously take the juror's oath. 1 need
uot tell you if 1 were to violate my con
science I would not make a good and true
juror. I learn Irorn the Word of Uod that
moral civil "government Is God's or
dinance to man for good i Romans xlii
4. The negative of the above declaration
of the Word of God must bo that im
moral civil government cannot bo tho or
dinance of Uod, uorgood for man. The
civil government of the United States
does not acknowledge any authority
higher than "We the people," which
source of authority is immoral and cor
rupt; therefore, I cannot swear to sup
port any such Immoral institution of civil
government, or put myself In the position
of a juror to help execute the laws of
such an institution without violating my
conscience. 1 therefore humbly pray
thee to excuse mo.
J. P. Montgomery.
A liKAVK WIMTElti
Will He Prove as Intrepid With Other
Weapons When He Meets
.Sykact.sk, X. V., April 28. On April
11 Dell Noble, one of the best-known
young ladies in this city, suddenly disap
peared. It was said at the time that she
had eloped with a commercial traveler.
Subsequently it was telegraphed from
Kradford, l'a., that she was in a houso of
ill-fame there. On April 18 she returned
to Syracuse and denied tho stories told
nbout her. She said she went to Buffalo
alone and thence to Bradford, where she
was taken with scarlet fever and was in an
infirmary. About the time of her re
turn it was reported on the streets
that her father was looking
for a commercial traveler, who he
said had betrayed his girl, and that he
would shoot him on sight. The subject,
which had been almost forgotten, was
revived to-day, when this letter appeared
in the Ili-mhl:
"ToM.II. llrmoii, Eye aitd Ear Ductur,
$rrucme, X. Y.
"Sin 1 hereby charge you with the
ruin of my daughter under circum
stances, and in a manner that a (lend
from hell would hardly dare attempt.
I charge you after having become ac
quainted with my daughter at Post
Koot, G. A. K. picnic, at Fish Creek, last
WIIKN YOU AITHOACIIKI) IIKK
and was received as an acquaintance un
der the guise of an honorable man with
taking my child, when under seventeen
years of age, in your carriage and driving
to a hotel out of the city and there giving
her liquor, and while she was under tliu
influence of the stuff you then gave her,
accomplishing her ruin. 1 charge you
with enticing young girls into your odlce
for immoral purposes. I charge you,
after driving your divorced wife to a
house of ill-fame, with visiting her and
taking money ns the price of her shame.
I Charze VOU with helti? a hnnrr.loss lilier.
line and a black-hearted scoundrel.
I'roofs of nil these charges will be
promptly furnished should you
see fit to demand them. It
is only to fully expose your villainy and
to put others on their guard against you
that I make public a disgrace that has
lllled one house, at least, with great sor
row. '-Cii usj.us Kum.E."
Mr. Brown is one of- the most promi
nent physicians here and has had un
usual success in his specialty of diseases
of the eye and ear. The police expect
bloodshed over the affair and are watch
ing Hoble and lirowu closely, lioble is
hot-tempered, and it is believed lie will
shoot Brown on thu slightest provocation
if they meet. He travels for 1). Appletou
& Co., New York.
Innocents as Committee Men.
Washington, 1). C, April 28. Sam
uel Woods, of Syracuse, formerly Assist
ant United States District Attorney for the
Western District of Pennsylvania, testi
fied before the Springer Committee to-day.
He had never read the law; was not sup
posed to be a lawyer when he was ap
pointed Assistant Attorney; was assigned
to duty at Bradford, Penn., where there
were many violations of tho Internal
Kevenue laws. Keepers of houses of
bad repute there sold tobacco, cigars
and liquors without a license. After they
had violated the laws for three or four
years they were allowed to pay up back
taxes and penalties and thereby escape
Astonishment was expressed by the
members of the committee that licenses
were issued to persons of that character,
w hen their character was known to the
Collector, and more astonishment at the
failure of the officers to prosecute them
for violation of tho law.
In Favor of McKinley.
Washington, 1). C, April 28. In the
contested election case of Wallace vs.
McKinley from the Eighteenth District of
Ohio, the sub-conmnttee to-day decided
to report to the full committee in favor
of McKinley (Republican), the sitting
member. The vote of the sub-committee
is as follows: For McKinley, Kobertson,
Kanney and Hepburn; for Wallace,
Turner and Adams.
Frank Hatton Retires.
Washington, 1). C, April ,28. Frank
Hatton to-day retires from editorial con
trol of the Xtilimiiil J!i-))ullkan, but re
tains an interest, and Clinton A. Snow
den, who has secured an interest, assumes
entire editorial management.
1MIOF. 1MUK Toll's NKW HOME.
He Will Have Hia Scientific! Magazine
Printod in St. Louis.
Sr. JosKt-n, Mo., April 28. Prof.
Kichard A. Proctor and wife, now in
London, w ill locate here In July. The
Professor has purchased a handsome
lot in the eastern part of the city, for
which he paid 82,ooo. He has had an
architect draw the plans, ami let the
contract for the building, which will be
an elegant one and ready for occu
pancy August. IS. The Professor says
he will lecture sonic, but devote most
of his time to literary work. He will
continue the publication of Ids monthly
magazine devoted to science, aud will
have it printod in St. Louis. He and
family are expected here in July.
Burned to Doath.
Piin.AKKM'HiA, Pa., April 28. Max
Michaels, an insane man, escaped from
Norristown Asylum on Saturday and
reached his home yesterday afternoon.
Iu the evening, his wife becoming alarmed
at his actions, started out to secure as
sistance, leaving her husband with her
children. During her absence he laid
down on the bed with the youngest child
and deliberately set fire to his clothing.
The child was suffocated and he was
burned to death.
BURIED IN THE DEBRIS.
Pall of the New Cavalry Barraeka
Erecting at Portsmouth,
Terrible Railway Disaster Near Cinda
dreah, Spain Thirty-Eight Corpses,
and Fifty Soldiers Missing.
Osman Digna as a Missionary to Abys
sina A New Planet Discovered
PoitTSMOLTii, Kxu., April 28. While a
largo number of convicts were ut work
to-day on the new Cavalry barracks iu
course of erectlou, the props supporting
the bulldiug gave way, burying mauy of
the men in a mass of timber and debris.
The noise of the falling building and the
clouds of dustattractedcrowdsof people.
In a few moments hundreds of brave fel
lows together with many sailors and mar
ines were at work removing the heavy
timber which covered the unfortunate
men. A number of surgeons were
promptly on the spot, and as fast as the
Injured men were taken out they received
medical aid and were removed to the
Prison Hospital. When the roll was
called this afternoon it was found that
none of the convicts were killed, though
thirty were badly injured, several fatally.
I.onoox, April 28. George Byng, tho
Viscount Terrington, is dead; aged seventy-two.
THE fiOVKHXMEXT AHEAD.
M ADiiin, April 28. Elections for mem
bers of the Cortes have begun. Six (iov
enimeut candidates have been returned
Madkid, April 28. The loss of life in
yesterday's railway disaster near Cinda
dreals proves to have been much greater
than at first reported. Thirty-eight
corpses so far have been recovered from
the wreck ou the river and liftv soldiers
are yet missing. It is believed the weak
ening of the bridges which led to its col
lapse was the work of Kepublicaus.
Caiko, April 28. It is stated that Os
man Digna has sent a message to King
John of Abyssinia, through friendly sheiks,
threatening to attack Abyssinia unless
tho Christians of that country become
Viexxa, April 28. It is announced
that a new planet has been discovered at
the Astronomical Observatory. It ap
pears like a star of the twelfth magni
tude. It was first observed at ten o'clock
Saturday night In tho constellation of
Order Restored by the Council A Print
er's Burial Cruelty.
Qt'ixcv, lu.., April 23. After a period
of excitement, during winch a very slight
trouble would have caused riotand blojd
shed, better feel lug Is restored. There is
still, however, strong feeling, and there
may be a recurrence of trouble this
week. Wage workers, outside the molders,
are most numerous In the gatherings.
The Council's attempt to bring about a
settlement turned the attention generally
In this direction, but at a meeting of the
union last night it was decided to accept
no reduction. The reduction made was
to tlfteeu cents from twenty-five cents
above board price a reduction of twelve
per cent. 0.uiucy has worked on St.
Louis prices, and no reduction being
made in St. Louis is one reason for the
Quincy molders holding out. The ex
pression of views, however, led to
a better understanding. Two foun
dries are reported willing to resume
at old prices and a victory for the
molders is anticipated, as a heavy loss of
trade is feared. Five "scabs" have left
since Saturday. The molders publicly
announce their disapproval of tlie riotous
proceedings, and many will assist the of
llcers to prevent a recurrence of trouble.
The police force is doubled, and the
Sheriff will appoint a number of specials
to-day to quiet apprehensions.
The funeral of Win, Thies, a union
printer, was attended yesterday by over
Son molders, cigar-makers, printers and
other members of union organizations.
C1ILE1.TY AND NK.lil.Eirr.
The Humane Society last night took
charge of an infant child of Mrs. West
fall found in a hovel literally starving to
death. The child was a mass of bones
covered with dirt and weighed, though
ten months old, only as much as at birth
eight pounds. It is one of the most
revolting cases of cruelty and neglect
Latkr The molders this afternoon
most positively refuse to accept a reduc
tion and send this word to the St. Louis
molders. All is quiet. Kight more
"scabs" will be out of the foundries to
day. A CHANCE FOU (OV KKNoil HAM
ILTON. Let Him Pardon a Brave Girl and Re
ceive the Thanks of All Lovers
of Virtue and Fair Play.
CmcAdo, Iu.., April 2ii. Sadie Keigh,
who shot and killed Kingley Stewart at
the Briggs House for making improper
proposals, was this morning sentenced
to eighteen months in the Penitentiary
on her plea of guilty of manslaughter.
In passing sentence Judge Anthony
said that the cba-tity of women was
held sacred, that he who willfully,
without cause, slanders a woman, must
expect to suffer the consequences what
ever they may be; but that the court had
no desire to establish the precedent that
the proper punishment for slander is
death. The defendant is pleased w ith the
Safes are Useless.
Sr. JosKi-H, Mo., April 28.-Last night
safe blowers went through Bigclow.
Thry entered the Post-olllce and store of
1). B. Garner, and got Sdno in cash and
$50 In stamps. From J. L. Fleming
& Co., merchants, they took 850 iu cash
and $5,000 worth of goods and notes.
The thieves also took off a lot of tobacco
and cigars. Safes are useless.
To Hanir June 6.
Loxo Island City, L. I., April 28.
Kugg, the negro convicted of the murder
of Mrs. Maybee and daughter Aunle, was
sentenced to be bunged June 0.
Hosiery Mill Burned.
Titov, N. V., April 28, Tho Bob Boy
Hosiery Mill was destroyed by lire this
morning. Tho mill was filled with goods,
raw and manufactured, and machinery of
the most approved pattern. The in
surance amounts to $55,000.
Stove Mounters' Strike.
Titov, N. Y., April 28. Tho stove
mounters employed by the Fuller & War
ren Co., and Bussey 4, McLeod struck this
morning on accouut of the employment
of non-unionists, and an attempted re
ductlon of twenty per cent. It is feared
the strike will become general.
New Yokk, April 28. The failure of
Owens & Merer, brokers, has just been
announced in the Stock Exchange. Tho
linn say their embarrassment Is owing to
the fail uro of customers to put up margins.
Mr. Mercer says tho (Inn's liabilities will
not be large.
On the Pullman Plan.
Cincinnati, ()., April 28. Proctor &
(iambic, who receutly suffered severely
from tire, will not rebuild in the city, hav
ing determined to remove to a point out
side of the city limits, where they will
found a village by establishing a manu
factory, and building cottages for their
employes. The place selected Is at the
junction of the Cleveland, Columbus, Cin
cinnati & Indianapolis and Cincinnati,
Baltimore and Washington liailroads.
lExtensive Fire at Glens Falls.
Ci.exs Falls, N. Y., April 28. A lire
broke out early this morning and Is still
raging fiercely, having already destroyed
the Music Hall building, Opera House aud
Presbyterian Church, together with tlfteeu
stores aud fully twice as many olllces.
The Post-olllce will undoubtedly be
reached by the Humes. The employes are
now moving its contents. It is estimated
the loss will exceed one hundred thou
Si NHiKY, Pa., April 28. Kngines left
here early this morning for the scene of
the supposed incendiary tiro at Seliu's
(irovc, which threatened to destroy the
village. The tire alarm wire was cut sim
ultaneously with the breaking out of the
lire, just before midnight. Tho Haines
were llr.t discovered in Schoch & Bros.'
warehouse and on communication with
other buildings speedily destroyed prop
erly to the value of .$so,iiiii). The fami
lies removed their household effects.
The people were panic stricken. At
tempts to burn the town have been made
DCIMNG A HIGH W IND.
A St. Charles County, (Mo.) Farmer
Drowned by the Capsizing of a Boat.
Sr. Ciiahi.es. Mo., April 28. News
has just reached this city of the drown
ing of one mau and the narrow escape
from the same fate of another,
in the Morassut Temps Clair Lake. It
seems that Ernst Hageman aud his
brother-in-law, whose name could not be
learned, started across the lake In a leaky
boat about nine o'clock yesterday morn
ing during a high w ind. When about mid
way of the lake the boat capsized and
Hagem;.i was drowned. His brother-in-law's
clothes became fastened to the row
lock, which saved his life. When found
he had drifted ashore, still attached to
tho boat and iu an unconscious condi
tion. Both were farmers. The deceased
leaves a wife and two small children.
Grain and Provisions.
MONDAY, A PHIL 28.
Cotton Sternly; middling, USWiu.
Fl-oril Steady; XXX to choice, WMH.Vj:
Wnu.vr Stciulv; No. 2 lted, tl.ll'i; No. 3
i chin Steady: No. 2 mixed, SO'.iWiOc; No. 2
white mixed, M&?)Hc.
oats Steady; No. 2, W,KMUc.
Uvk Firm; No. 2, bOVMiiic.
Tonuco-ITi'iii; !u,'s common to choice,
t'l.T.'K&lU.U); leaf; common red leaf, fx.tUKjj)
lO.mi; medium to iommI l2..V(T4i;.5u.
II a v Prairie H'MHKTMLU) for primp; 11.50
12.1)0 lor choice; mixed (106;. 15 for common to
prime; timothy SliiiMS lor prime to limey.
llri'TKH Steady: choice to fancy creamery,
2Sft:t0e; dairy, prime to choice, aKirJilc; and 2(ie
for selcxlioiis; low prudes nominal.
'.(;csVeak, at lie.
roTATOKs-Dull; Kastern rim-bank, W' l'.";c;
Koi-e and Peerless dull at :ij(l7',e. Northern
stock very hard to sell at liVU'ic, mid lioltom
stock at l.V'ri'."K!.
1'oiiK Oull; standard mess, 17.tiixai7.20:
hard side, tills:',.
I, Aim Steady; prime steam, nominal at
IIACon Loiijrs. O'hi'c; shorts, 'ift!P:
clear ribs, i.
Wool, Tul-washed choice. :a":l4e; tun
(Hum. iKXLrt.'c; uiiwa-dicd medium, -SXiiMc; low
and coarse (trades. I.Vn l-o.
IIiiiks (,uiet; dn- Hint, IS'.c: damaged
15', c; hulls or ''a s, M'. vi llc; .Irv salted, i:'c;
dry salted, (iain.iife.l, lie; kip and' cult, b ilted,
'.,:; )a mured. ;,c: hulls ami stairs I careen,
uneiiied. S'4c; dama'jvd, il'4c.
SMF.Kt- I'Kirs 't"inlj ; iri'cen, Tnn,!ic; dry
do. 4tl"Tile , as to amount and nua'itvol wool-jrif-cii
Shearlings, 15c; dry do, hKi:,r; lamb
WitKAT-Steady; April !3o; May, fKIVc;
June.ific; July, Wi',o.
I'oitN-Wcaker; April, M'.c: May, 'blc:
June, oil-; July, 5N7u; August, 5!04c.
Oath-Low. r; April, Xc; May, ;tr-se; June,
Slc; July, iui ve.
I'oiiK Lower; May. ?17.05; June, tr,.:;
July. I7.45; August, I7..MI.
i, Alto Lower: Mav, ls.471jos.4sij; June
$8.57'; Julv, ?s.7ii; Auiaist, ?s.75: year, S,25.
SnoilT liilis-May, ts.2f.; Juile, fs.35:
Wiibat Higher; No. 2 Hed, May, f 1.1014;
June, l. 12 Vfc: July l. 111.
CiniN lliirlicr; Mav, 4'; June, 114 V
DATS Steady; No. 2, mixed, April, a7
PuovishiNS Pork Quiet; spot mess, lti.75
17.50. Lard Finn: steam, Mav. js.-u
Live Stock Markets.
( lllc 'AliO.
lions Iteeeipts, Iii,ii0. weak: 10v. irip lower;
IlKlit. ?5.(ft5.S.,; r ilicli pui'killir, .?5.4; Gi5.,d;
heavy packing and shipping, f"i.Ml iH.I5.
CA'iTl.K-lteocipls, .'i.ilio: steailv; cvports,
fiS.i(.iUi; jjood to choice, f5.(iitl. Ill; com
mon to fair. $5. -.lift. si 1.
SHKFl'-Ueceipts, 1.IWI; brisk; IMclk-hlxlier;
Common to choice, ti.iKrfiCti.ii'i.
'ATTl.K Hull; lair to (food steers, $5."n(5
fl.l i'i; IikIh linn burs' (.Viiudi.iiui.
Siikki'- Higher; fa!r to (food Western
sheep. ?5.!'V.i:S.25: choice to fancy, f.5i.ii.su;
fair to koi (1 amtx, ii.5u.'7.K.'i.
lloos Hull; litfht Yorkers, $5..Vli,5.7ii: jron
medium weights, iU.ioiii,:.ii; pijfs, t:,t:i:;,
CATTl.r tteei ipts, 1.S00; g eady hut i'ow;
shipplrr t rs 1,150 M 1,41m II s aVrnurc, 5.)
(iiO.s.'; I vrt.-liers, of U75 to I.Lid His. n eni(fu
4.f(5.:a: cows, tii.0Mt4M.
lloos lteceipts, iljmii; weak Hiid lec lo.vei-;
heavy jffl.it (4"i.70; medium ?5.4.V(j5.fK); tlxUt
bHKRf Hegeluts. 15: market nominal.
yvii' m. .r.ojfc'--vri ft.rf''i' Fd'n hi
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
More TliroHl, NHclliiiga. Krnlim, HruUea,
turn. KrHldN. front It ilea.
AND ALL OIIIKH HODII.V Cm AMI idlF.S.
Sold tjr liriiKtlila iint U,-alrt vrimliere. Fift; Ceuli a bottl.
PlrwU'int Id II f.iiiruKi'l.
THE ( IIAHI.KM A. VOCJH K K O.
'Hmwuiui. VUUIU.H lid Bltilau, Id., C.8. At
Someto yield every time to tre.-it nut.t Willi
Swift b pud lie.
Spartatiburu, S. C, .March 13, K-l.
Your most valnihle medicine (Swlli'n s n 1
liaa cimu nil) so ill lie ti good tl at I feel like cmiug
this for the beni-fll or those ho miIIi r hku I did. I
was puisiincd hv 1-nisoN oak. und mw i,ntn well
day for six years, until need almost evi-ry kind of
raeniciue. iiiiinoiiii uau m.i aiaireci etlVet. Altor
using six Imttli-s of Shut's si-Kiiric 1 iim ritton'd
tt perlect aialin with uot a sl;u of that nwful
Your truly, DAVID NEsIil'IT
1 hud foi tlilrty-eiirht years suffered ivory spring
and summer with l'olsou Oak, which I coutrncted
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a ladv with tiiidiiliiry cane r of the womb, lor w rom
I had no hope wha'ever After iielng tine buttle I
am satisfied she will soon he enred.
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