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A REMARKABLE STATEMENT.
Tiie Uuuoual Exponent! ol I Prom inent Man Made Publ 3. TW foll-'wiiiK article from Im Ihtniocrat mut Vhromck, f K- -... .. ., - st ikiug i it ltWIMl oinii.iU' stM hu (. bio c sonroo, ikmt r is Uorewith re puth n I an tiro, la addition to the valuable natter it cout.itH, it wUl be found exoeedinu'y iutoreat int(. To tu Editor of the Lkmotrat and Chroni cle: St: My muiivM for the ublicatiou of tho bb. ai hsuhI rtaieuouts wuirli follow aio, first gratftoda 0( Um fact tout I liavo been siv tiJ from a most bun Mile Ueatti, and, secondly, a doetro lo warn all wiiO tend tliiu statement against some ot tbe uioei BO0Billvo n il C by vhich tbey bave ever bM i juirioundcii. it It a fact tb.it to-day tliouwtuds of oeopie are witliiu a foot of tbe tfntve do nut know it. To tell bow I was otugbt uvva imm just this Bosition and to wain others against new'-iutr it, are uiy objects in this eo&nunlda tiou. tttt tho first day of June lftM, I lay at my roaideuoo in tbls city nunouiuled b m Mend aad waitin - for death. Hoavsu oul knows the agoaj I then endurod, for Worrit can uevor describe it. And yet, if few fears icviou, amy one had told me ibut 1 v.. s to hu tirounut M low, and by M ten 'Die .i d'senar, I tdiould hare scoffed at tho idea. 1 li d always tieen anoomiuonly su-oUtf anrl bealtby, bad v i n - - -ed over 200 pounds and hardly k.,rw, in Itaj own experience, what pain or tritium' wvr.'. Very many people who will iead thin tilt uient realize at times that tbey uie unusually tired and caunot account for it lbe btldoll aad indefinite pain in various putt oi lM body and do not understand it. Or tbey are exceedingly hungry one day and Bali roll ittth oat appetite tho seat. Tbls was just tbe way I felt wheu tho retentions malady which bad fastened itself upon me first begau. Still i thought it. was aothiui; that probably I bad taken a cold which would hoom paxti away. Short ly aftorthii I aoticed a nail, and at u ies neuralgic pain in my head, hut an it would come one day and be gone Lbe next, 1 paid hut little attention to it. However, my ttomaoli was out of order and m food often failed to digest, causing at times great inconvenience, let I bad no idea.even M a phyelciau, lhut these things meant anything serious or that a mou strous disease was becoming fixed npou inu. Candidly, I thought I was tsunVnug from hv laria and so doctored myself accordingl; . But I got no better. I next noticed a peculiar col or and odor a boat tbe Holds I was parsing also that there were large quantities one diy and very little the next, aid that a persistent froth and scum appeared upon the surface, snd a sediment settled in the bottom. And ,ynt i did not realize my danger, for. indeJ, seeing these symptoms continually, 1 finally becaBM accustomed to them, and my suspicion was wholly disarmed hy the fact that 1 bad no pain in the affected orgaus or in their vicinity. Why I should have been so blind 1 cannot undi p. stand. There is a terrible faiure for all ph.. ical mg lect, and Impending danger usually brings a Krsou 'o bis senses ven though it may then too late. I realized, at last, my critical Ooa dition and aroused myself to overcou e it. Am), Ob! how bard I tried! I consulted tbe best medical skill In the land. 1 visited all the prominent mineral springs in America ami traveled from Maine to California. Slili I grew worse. No two physiciaus agreed as to my malady. One Raid I ws troubled witb tpi ual in it. -it ion; another, nervous piottraiioi:, another, malaria; another, dyspepsia; another, -heart disease ;anothe: , geneial do ility;auoinei. congestion of the base of the brain; and so on through a long list of common diseases, trie symptoms of all which I teai.j had. In tins way several years pat-sod, during all of which time I was steadily growing worse. My cou dltion laid really become pitiable. The Blight symptoms I at first exnerit uoed were develop ea into terrible and constant disorders the little twigs of pain bad grown to oaks of ag ony. My weight bad been reduced from 207 to ISO pounds. My life was a torture to my self and friends. I could retain no food upon my stomach, and lived wholly bj injections. I was a living mass of p un. My puis.- was un controllable. In my sgouy I frequently fell upou tho floor, convulsively clutched the car pot, and prayed for death. Morpbiuo had little or no effect In deadening lbe pain. For six days and nights I had tin death promo itnry hiccoughs constantly. My urine was filled with tube casts aud albumen. I was s rugultng with Blight's Disease of the KidneyB in its last stages. While suffering thus 1 received a cal I from my pastor, the Rev. I r. Foote, rector of St. Paul's Church, of this ci:y. 1 felt that it was onr lat interview, hut in lbs couise of conver aation ho mentioned a remedy of vhich I nai heard much but bad never used. Dr. Poeta detailed to me tbe many remarkable cures which bad coine under his obsorvation, by means of this rqinedy, and urged me to try it. As a practicing physician and a Maduate of the schools, I cheiisbed the prejudice both nat ural and common with all regural pi act.tionws, and derided tbe idea of any medicine oatside the re u I 1 channels being the least beneficial. So solicitous, however, was Dr. Foote, that I filially promised I would waive my prejudice and try the reaiedy he so highly ie:oni mended. I began its use on tbe first day of June and took it according to directions. At first it sick ened me; but this I thought was a good cign for one in my debilitated condition. I continu ed to take it; tbe sickening serration departed ami I was able to retain foodjupon my stomach. Iu a few days I noticed a decided change for the better as also did my wife aud friends. My hicc ughs ceased and I experienced less pain than formerly. I was so rejoiced at this improve coudiUon iliat, upon what I hud be lieved but a few days before was my dying bod, I vowed, in the presence of my family and friends, should I recover I would both public ly aad privately make known this :emedy for the good of humanity, wnerever and wbe. ever I had an opportunity. I also determined that I would give a course of leclniee in the Our inthian Academy of Music of this city, slating in fall tbe symptoms and almost hop tloBBMN of my disease and tho remarkable means by which 1 have been saved. My tapfofamaaj was cons! an t from that time, aud in Jess than three months I bad gained 2o pounds iu flesh, became entirely free from pain and I believe 1 owe my life and present condition wholly to Warner's Safe Kidney and Livei Cure, the rem edy whicli I use. I. Since my recovery I have thoroughly re-invest i gated the subject of Kidney difficulties and might's disease, and tbe truths developed are astounding. I therefore state, deliberately, and as a physician, that I believe mokr THAK ONE-HALF THK DBATH8 WHICH OOCUK IN AM KMC A AUK CaUSKD BV liBKiHl'S lUSKASK OF THK KIDNEYS. Ihls U18y SOUUd like a rash statement, but I am prepared to felly verify it. Brigbt's diseisebas no distinct ttve symptoms of its owu, Indeed, it oftou de velops without any paiu whatever in the kid' neys or their vicinity), but has tba BTtnptotas of nearly every other kuown complaint. Hun dreds of people die daily, whose burials are authorized by a pbysiciau's certificate of 'Heart Disease," "Apoplexy," "Haialsi." 'Spinal Complaint," ' Bta umi. wro," 'Tneuino nia," and other common complaints, wl.eu in reality in was Bright's Disease of the K dues. Few physiciaus, and fewer ie p raaiiia IM extent of tbta disease or its dangerous and in sidious nature. It steals into tbesysinm tike n thief, manifest its presence by the OOTIIBMOsBI symptoms, and fastens itself upou the consti tution before tbe viatiui b aware. It is nearly as hereditary as consumption, quil' c iiimoo aud fully as fatal. Entire families, inheriting it from their ancestors, have died, md yet none of the number knew or realized the mysterious power which was amoving them. Instead of common symptoms, h often shows none what ever, but brings death suddenly, and as such ia usually supposed to be heart diverse. As ouewho has suffered, and knows by bitter experience what he says, I implore evuy one who reads these words not to neglect the ulightest sym toins of Kidney difficulty. Certain agony aud possible death will be the suio result or such neglect, and no one can affoad to hwzard saoh chances. I am aware that such an unqualified state ment as tins, poatlOf from me, know n as I am throughout the entire land as u practitioner and lecturer, will arouse the surprise aud pos sible animosity of the medical profession, and astonUb all with whom I am acqualute I, but I make the foregoing statements bnssd upon facts which I am ptepared to produce, aud truths which I can substantiate to thelettei. Tho welfare of those who may possibly be suf ferers such as I was, is ample imiucam -nt for me to take the step I have, and if I can success, fully warn others from the nngerous path in which I once walked, I am illiug to endure all profeaslonal and personal consequences. J. B. HKNIoN, M. Ii. Boc'HMTBB, N. Y, Doc 30, 1HM NEWS OF THE WEEK, MICWTaAN. Firebugs are still operating at Coidwater, i he latest i. tteu.pt being made on an oi! ware bouse. i wo "nooks," registeriug as Charles Orny and Hiram Smith of Grand Haplds, presented i l o, us draft tor $250 at the Jackson county 'auk, got it .cashed and escaped, on Tuesday. While duck bunting Monday, tM r r nteay, tgod 87, of Mouroe, received a charge ot duck h"t ui Hm muscles of his left arm, uessita MH amputation close to the shoulder. D Is be same old story of p illing his gun from tbe siatwitb tbe muzzle toward him. The case of Hugh t, Feopies ngainst the l)e roit Evening News, Buit for $50,n(l) damages, as commenced in tho superior court of Ie- rolt, Tuesday. The employes (f tho firm of Jrt.n J. Bagloy .t Co. gathereti on Monday at their place of ousiness in Detroit, as has been their habit on In isiiuas days foi the past 27 years. In the imes past the day was given to jollHy, but tbe ec ' t death of Mr. Ba rley would net permit bis. J. H. Stouteabui,; made a Pui 'hlug iud ippiopriate address. Christmas gifts were liistiihutcd by John N. Bigley, tbe eldest sou of the lute governor. Paul Bagley k ,vh tb n J.e employes a hm dsome cabinet pboto jrapb of theii old friend. Clothes-line thieves who hav iieen ..pending at K 'lamnzoo for some lime, oame to grief on I ue 2lb. Six lines were robbed the night pre vious. Tbe thieve wre tracked to their hid ug ilace, and all the goods recovered. The Nothing was spiead out on the court bouse awn and excited a got d deal of remark. Small-pi x has made its appearance at Kala mazoo. The balance of cash in tho state freauury De comber 17 was il,3K8,78 93; receipts for the week ending December 24 were 2y,382 li; payments for same time, $28,136 01 ; leaving a lulauce December 24, 1KM, of jljlfitf 07, of ajUofe $5811,000 belong to the sinking fuud, JW15,303 76 are held in the tru.t. fuuds and 1(181,341 81 aro available for -.'eueral purposes. Saturday Frank Smith, near Little Hope, at taaptad to cross tky Uaisin river, which is liigii ; ud covers the road, win bis boise got off the emb?nkineut nrd was Bwept down the t ream with the buggy. The horse v is drown d, but Mr. Smith caught the branches of a .viilo vv, and was helped out nearly dead. Recently E. K. Holcomb, in a lonely place In iteed City, was suddenly halted by two men, who said they wanted to borrow five cents. Holcomb hftd $700 iu bis pocket, so he jumped forward and knocked down one of the men. and the other ran away. Tbey were tramps and apparently meant to attack and rob him. It iB intimated that there is smuli-pox at Bay City. Jorjn Ferguson of Long Hapids, Alpena ouuty, tbreshwl his grain and piled the straw on top of bis cattle shed. In the uight the bed broke dowu and killed nine of his cattle Lobb $100. Win. Arnold, druuk, shot H is thought fetal ly, John Croclile of Owosbo. Arnold isin jail. Wm. Hardmau of (irand Rapids, clothien has failed, liabilities $80,000. Hale Bros., uiill ownors, etc., of Lyons, have 'eas d their saw mill property to Grand Rap ins parties, who will er gage in the mauufac ureof toys, light woodenware, etc. The Sturgis Times and Journnl i.iys R. H. atOrriaOO. the dei'aultii.g treasurer of tbe Mlcb n grand lodge of oddfellows, lain Washing lon, wears good clot bee, and has niirriet! tbe daughter of a rich Boston clergyman. t lark and Graham have been Bent- uced to fackson for life, couv:cted of t:ie Anthony Vliller murder known as the "Norrls murder." A large gath. :iug Of Michigan officials and 'ininent, citizens atteiu'ed the funeral of Hon. W. S. George, at Lansing, on the 801b. MtSCELLA NEOUS. President Arthur aiiu cabinet will nturnt Washington on Saturday. An explosiou oc urred on a steamer at Wi st i'oinf, Virginia, TMal iy, which destroyed the vesnel and killed li' MOB, Tbe new Chinese minister is in Washington awaiting lonnal receptam by the bead of our government. Dealers in Chicago and elsewhere BSPCUBI disappointment witb IbJp year's lumber crop .lelievi.ig it will be not realei loan last year's though a large Increase was expected. Marsha! Henry of th District of Columbia veutures the opinion that Mrs. Scoviile is a straagc woman quit u like her brother m nome nspwjits, but b:.Viiig less egotism than tba. Henry C. Wentwortb for inauy years geuor passenger and ticke1. rtgeut of tbe Michigan i 'antral road, diedat;l;;cago, Dec, 28. I he record Of crimen for the Christinas sea B0B is painfully lom: a; n peculiarly shocking. First through train on the uew "Triple Pa cific" iiie will leave SL Louis foe San Francis co, Sue lay noi .ling, J. n. 1. Mr. Bui row: will cal I meetlug of the com mittee on 1; -rritnr.es in i short time to consider Um bill for the ad mn don of Dakota into the Union as a state. St.mdard co ii and ii n company of Colui bus, capital $50,000,01 1). causes comment by in attempt to control i ud operate most of the miues and furnaces of the great Hocking val ley iu Ohio. '. W. Keeue of San Francisco sues George l. Itoberts afMowTcri fiu $36,000, claim iug be furnished said si m oi money to defend ant for speculative m-u and has received no account thereof thr.ngii profits Have accrued. lodalktl iu COUfMllMM at New York np prove"uo rent" agitatii n in Iu land applaud nihilists in Russia, and call for various -'ro-f iruis" In the United Btntaa, among which may bu meutioned universal compuleory education, government issue of all innney.au eight boon working day. politic! equality regardless of cr. ad, race or sex, aua ha aliolitiou of tlie ofti vs .f Pros! lent, aud Vi e President, Ex Senator Sargent Is thought t bo the "c Hiing man' a reiai h lo tbe socretarsjihlp of the Interior. Wm. Ej ('handler is 1 lemost promising can ,iidat for Btatatary of he navy. "Secre.i.ii 1'olger w II probably desire a change in the m nt, wb m be favors instead of Burchard M uni yet kmwn, A convention will rutet at Fargo, Dak., January 4, to cousidi r the divisiou of that territory, Iba southern half to 1 admitted as a state and tbe norl ieru half as a terri tory. II i thought tin Gui eau trial will cist tho government $250,000. Highwaymen recent y ultacke I drivers on three different street cais in inieoor, aud witb cocked revolvers forced them to surrender their innney Isxes. A son of Baajtttnr By ud and i son of Head juster Mabone were arrested by the Washing ton police on a IWIM evening and loci wl up for Oisonlny condnci. Hanciol . Davis will lesigu his I eat, upon the court of claims latnch on Jan. 2, 81. the present outlook if not lavorable for a vet . diet in tbe Guiteau tri it before the midule of Jauuary. The sale of postage stamps, stamped suvel oas aid postal curds for tbe quarter ending Sept. 30t b, 1881, .mounted to $H,017.78 88, an InOroase ov, r the oot rsi -mdiug quaiter of tiie pravlous y.r of $1,'J30,1 y 74, or 11.4 per cent I'ur'ng the last year there has boon an iu ci easelu shipu.cute of flour, corn, oats aud bar ley, but a falling off m wheat. $2,000,000 worth of silver bullion has been pureluned by the government lor ooluage pur Mses. Will of tho lute William F. Weld, admitted to probate in Philadelphia, disposes of an es tate valued at $21,000,000. B4MU t o. ractOT Hinrt who was indicted for fraudB upo the postoftke department, but who wcapod conviction through a defect in tbe indlctmeul h is boon dismissa l from ser vice to ake effec Dc. 81st. Tbe Hludents of K"okuk medical college have boen working ou infected m tern! aud tho small pox has broken out amoug them. Tbe president :eturnsl U the White House with his son u ci daughter aud irommenced to "leceive." The state troops of North Carolina have been called out to qui A a ii d iu the town of Ply mouth, caused by men from the shingle w. imps. Under tho 106th call for bonds tor redeinp li.ai, the last issued by tbe treasuiy depart ment, uvor $12,000 ,IK)0 are out yet, ou which interest will be paid without rebate up to Jan. 2, 1882. . .... Le Due bfcnnitsu member of the natiotiiil socii If of ttgricultuto of Frauce. VIoi inou missionaries are proselyting mauy yoiiHjT paoptl of England whom they propose to biing to Utah :iext year. Tho English gov eruuu ut soeuia powerlesb Lo proven', the move ment t'b British government has divided the dis turbs; paits of Ireland into districts, ovt r each of which a supeiior magistrate is p'luced, hav ing entire control of police aud troops. This to secure prompt ection in the suppression of future outbreaks. Tbe Dublin Privy Council have determined to make the possession of firearm illegal iu that city. Gen. Trevino, of Mexico, bns resigned the portfolio of tb War Department and Gon. Mm enzo succeeds him. Trevino lesumes his command on tbe frontier. Emigration f i om Germany in 18J2 promisee In baBOBM more coUisssl than that In 1881 Fourteen Uiousaud tict elr, have already been taken for transportation by vessels losving Bremeu for America ir he spring. Almost an equal number of emigrants g" from Ham burg. News from London states that Mackie, re cently convicted of bribery iu tbe Sandwich Parliamentary election, ana sentenced to im prisonment, has been released at I anterbury on account of bis health. A Russiau scientific expedition Intake sci ontific observiO ions at the mouth of tbe Lena during the years 1882 and l'83, hai just leU St. Petersburg. Immense quantities of grain await shipmeut from Black sea ports, owners holding back ou account of low pric ei iu Franco and England. There were five inches of snow 00 the Up per Ottawa Wedu. sday. The total numlier of arrests of persons en gaged in the recent riot at Warsaw Is 1,700. l be prisoners are moRtly young men. Secretary Forster hm contributed .100 to Vere Foster's Irish einigiation scheme for ae slstin.1 farm servants and ntheis to embark to America. A Berlin dispatch says: Since the onti So cialist law was promulgated in 1878, 225 So cialist socio iee have dissolved and 758 Social ist publications were suppressed. Martial law, slightly modified, is what Free man's Journal calls tba tower granted to mag istrates in the disorderly districts of 1 eland. DETROIT MARKETS. I'ori.TKY Tu'keye have beon Fearce and have been wanted at 15c, rhtckons were quite plenty nnd he market somewhat depressed, b t later they were more In demand because of the scarcity dnd hih prices of turkeys, selling at 78c. Choice uocse and .1.1. 1, have also n In good requos t 'ieese have been worth stout the same flgurei, and. ducks l:ffi12lsjC. Oamk Purtrldges and turkeys have beon In good demand, with limited supplies. Partridges, &ik$ J0c pet pair; ducks mallards, 5(X&6.rc; common va rieties, tOSBItl turkeys, 12SC; squirrels. 19 0c per doe; quail, fl 50,iii 7. A I'lM.ES choice, per bbl Hkans per bu rubblts. ."(ffilOc each. 1 26 a S 60 2 60 (g 3 00 Hkksv x per lb 20 22 BI'ttkk Best grades 24 26 i n niirkriks per bu $' no (a)4 no HKKS Ohio and Michigan p. r lb II 14 ( on -per bu 04 06 DuiED Kkiti 1--Apples perlb nv 7 Peschas 20 (A 25 Kgus -per doc 20 23 i i.orit -White Wheat brands ... 7 00 7 25 Hay 'holoe.;.. 14 00 Co, 18 00 limns- O een I ( 7 HICKOKY NlTTS 1 2. Uopb St ite. new 23 ui. 26 OATS White 46 (& 46 onions -per bbl 2 75 3 00 Potatoes per bu 80 & 90 HAI.T--Onond.igu , 1 36 Bglnaw 1 35 Tai.i.ow per lb 5 7 WUKAT No 1 white 1 25 (fi.) 30 No 2 white I 81 No 2 rod 1 M Wood per cord 4 0' 0 50 Detroit Live Stock Market, CATTIK. Choice shipping steers, V cwt. . . .$8 tM)(33 80 Choice butchers' steers 8 75c8 90 Per 100 lbs ' 8 5 4 20 Per 100 I fm i o)a5 75 The Northwestern Miuiixj Journal credits Mr. J. C. Thompson, agent at Hancock of the "L. S. T. Co." with the following story: For some reason that scientists may know, the fogs on the Baltic occasionally act as a mirror. Thai is, in the gloom of the twilight vessels sometimes see their own reflection perhaps a quar ter of a mile off. A Scotch vessel nam ed the "Cut Lugged Soo," (The Cut earred Sow), was carefully navigating in such a mist one evening. The cap tain (Wilson) was on watch forward. The mate (Jatniesaii) unknown to the captain, was aft. The captain, as he supposed, saw avessel in the ofting and hailefl, "What vessel is that?" The inato also saw the strange craft and an swered for himself, "The Cut Lugged Soo." "Who is your captain f hails backs the surprised captain. "Willie Wilson. "And your mater "Jamie Jamieson. "And wiiar the devil do you hail from?" "Kilkaldy." "Great QUMI Twa Willie Wilsons, twa Jamie Jainiesons, and twa Cut Lugged Soon, a' frae the lang toon o' Kilkaldy and they dinna ken ane anither." A hawk and snake were captured near Abilene, Kansas, under singular circumstances. The hawk was hold tbe strike's head in its talons so that it could not escape, and the snake was coiled about the hawk's wing so that it could not fly. Moth were alive. Whoa a locturoi has work) toe ladies of hit ati'Denne near to lbs woopiug point that they have irotten oat tholr handkerchiefs, and then suddenly elmnves his tonoand saoaksof the merits of Dr. HalTs Dough Nyrnp, be Is bound to rouse n fooliiiK of indignatioa. THE Till AL OF GUITEAU. THIRTY FIRST 1AY. The 31st day of the (iuitaau trial, Saturday preceding Christmas develop ed nothing new. A number ot expert physicians were examined upon the characteristic;-) of insane modm, Cui- teau responded with the usual bursts of passion to testimony disnleasinv. stating that he would not give a cent I bushel for expert testimony it was worth uotliiug in this ease. Mrs. Sco viile identilied a letter written by her father stating that Charles (I he crim ininal) was insane and should tie in an asylum. As court adjourned the pris oner wished the court and people gen erally a "Merry Christmas" stating be was happy and hoped they were, court convenes again Tuesday 27th. It is thought the trial will last a month yet. THIRTY SECOND DAY. Guiteau came iuto court, smiling and looking happy and well after bis holidays. As soon as court w s opened bo jumped up and announced tiie ira portaut fact that be had enjoyed hiiu hi 11 very much Christmas, had been furnished with a good dinner and had noen honored with a large number ol visitors, mostly ladies. Guiteau deliv ered his little speech as though every one was triad to hear of his content ment. He then expressed the hope that all others had enjojed themselves a) much as himself. Only one witness was examined. Dr. McDonald, super intendent ot the city hospital of New York, w.is on the stand all day. He is one of the most intelligent experts who have yet been examined. The witness stated the difference between "delu sions" and "insane delusions," the one being subject of correction by the judg ment and senses, tbe latter not being correctable, and for that reason denom inated an insane delusion, also delu sions and hallucinations, giving illus trations from his own experience. He believed, judging from experience that the claim of inspiration frequent ly asserted by insane persons proceed ed from a source of hallucination or insane delusion affecting the senses The witness was then asked if persons actiftg under the claim of "inspiration would indicate it in any other way than by their assert ions, and replied: "I heir actions and behavior would in dicate it as well as their assertions. To illustrate it, a person claiming to be Jesus Ciirist and acting mnder an "in spiration" clothed himself like the Sa vior, gave away his property, slept out of doors because the Savior bad no where to lay his head. The witness was asked if such a person would feel any apprehension of bodily injury or would take any precautions to guard against danger. He replied: "Inspira tion always overrides all fear of bodily paiu and injury and renders a person who believes that he is acting under inspiration wholly oblivious to such considerations. The witness was asked if such persons usually planned with deliberation and replied, "on the contrary their acts are sudden in both conception aud execution as a rule and they seldom attempt to avoid the con sequences in any way." Col. Corkhill stated to-day that the case would go to the jury, Friday or .Saturday next. THIRTY-THIRD DAY. Th" great crowd of spectators pies eut in the court room to-day witnessed several sensational scenes which were brought about by the foolish actions of the prisoner, who succeeded in so dis gusting judge and counsel that he was finally ordered to take his seat in tbe prisoner's dock. Judge Cox for several days has been considering the feasibility of taking this action. He is a man who moves slovly and weighs motives well He lias now put Guiteau in his proper place. If this exposed position does not silence his ravings be will be gagged Judge Porter and Mr. Davidge were severe upon Guiteau to-day, and their arguments against his behavior warned Judge Cox that it was time to stop the assassin s mouth. Dr. McDonald, whose cross-examination was continued to-day, has been one of the bes!, witnesses the government has yet called in the ctise. He has been here during the entire trial, and has watched and examined the prisoner closely. He has no hesitation in saying that Guiteau is periectly sane, and has been all along acting a carefully studied part. One other expert from Richmond examined to-day was of the same opin ion. rue irang, necmeu manner in which the two intelligent ard experi enced medical men have asserted that Guiteau is sane and responsible has had a very depressing effect on the counsel lor ueteuse, who Know tney nave no case anil are only stumbling on waiting for the end to come and trying to do their duty. After Guiteau had been in tke dock some time he got somewhat acenstomed to his new and novel seat, and before adjournment his interruptions and ruf nanism were almost as bad as ever. It was estimated tkat 3,000 people were gathered about the court house to-day waiting to get a glimpse ol the assassin as he hurried frem the building to the van. Guiteau came into the court roou this morning looking paler than usual lie complained that he had not slept well. Last evening a man was placed in a cell near bis, who was suffering lrom the most violent type of mania caused by the excessive use of morphine and during the whole night his sbrieks rang through the iail. Guiteau was annoyed, and asked what wa the occa sion lor such a not. The keeper re plied, "We've got a crazy man on our nands to-night. "Well, said Guiteau "why don't you choke him and make him keep quiet, and not let respectable people be annoyed in this way by a miserable lunatic. Unhealthy or inaclivo kidneys caus. gravel bright's disease, rhtuuatistti, and a horde of othnr serious and fatal dlssnses, which can be prevnnted with Hop Bitters, if taken in thae. People all over the state are killing thai hog, ft Is estimated that over 100,000 hog have been killed in Michigan nlieody this mouth. Kai.ajiazoo, Mica,", "Feb. 2, IMA I know Hop Hitters will bear reoommeuda tlon hontly. All who use them confer noon them the highest encomiums, and give them credit for making cur..s -all the proprietors claim for them. I have kopt thorn since they were first offered to tha public. They took high rink from tho first, aud maintained it, and are more failed for than all others com blned. So loag as they keep up their high reputation for purity and u full- . I shall continue to recoiumen.1 them -omathlng 1 have never before done with any pa out iu .1 flclne. HAU' Oi K. M. P. A telephone line from Tecum-.o. to Adrian is contemplated. MM Delmoaito, a brother ot Loraimo Daliaouico, the cateer, and bii partner while he lived, haa just died. When l.oreuzo Delmonico died, he left bis brothei the tattreitoii $io,ooo for life, siro was Btveir married. His death was caused bv excersive smoking His physician.i warned him e veer ugo of his danger, but heeould not rive unhis cigars. The Department of the Interior ha issaed to the hdrs of John Paul Jones, i captain in the American navy during the Revolution, 27 pieces of bounty land scrip in acknowledgment of brave and meritorious services in connection with the capture of certain British vessels of war. The Des Moines (Iowa) Tri-Weekly Trtlune says; "A Harrisburg. Pa.. journal mentions that Mr D. Bensinger, io. 4 Market fenuare. that citv. was cured by St. Jacobs Oil of a violent at ack of rheumatism. liov. Mr. Thompson of the lTuit;n ian Ohureti Manistee, leaves the stub- fei Bostou. where he wit engage in news pepei work. It is useless to groan with rheuma- Lisra when a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil will cure it, as everybody knows. Ca- lumbm (Ohio) Daily Timet. Bojoernei Truth aged 106 jreen has just Willed her :i,000 to hur three 'laughters LVOIA K. PlSKHAM'R VBOBTABI.ECOKPOOMn doubtless raaks first : a carativ sgeut in all d oasesof the yrooroativo systoai, Uf narra tion of the kiHoys, irritetioa of tko tladdar, arlnary cttlculi, A- ., Ac. Sobs' to Mr. Lv4U K Piokbatn, 2IS Wostsru Avsauo, ) yas, Mass., for psaipiilets. Important to Traveler. Special iNUucKMKNTS are offered you hy the BrjBMNOTON HOOTS. It will pny you U) rend their advuitisement to bo fouad ewhere .n this issue. Rescued From Death. William H. Cougliuu, of iomorvilla, Mss., says: In tbe fall of 1878 I was taken with hi MKI-IM...K THB linos, follow.! by n severe oougb. 1 lost my applite and flesh, aatd was conlued to my bod. Ia 1878 1 was admitted to the Hospital. Tha doctors said I aad a bole in my lungs as big as a hair dollar. At oaa time a report wain around that I was dead. Igave up hope, bat a friend told aie of HB WIL LIAM HaLL'b BALSAM FOR THE LUN M, I got a bottle, when to my surprise, I commenc ed to fool better, and to day I fesl better thau for three years past. I write this hoping nvery one aril otod with diseased lungs will take DK. WILLIAM HALL'S BALSAM, ami be convinced that CONSUMPTION ('AN BE CURED. I can posi tive! v s&v it h:oi doilH mnrM oronil limn all tliu other mediciues I have taken since my llluess. Facts About Rheumatism. M rs. (tsneral Shermnn says: "I have fre quently psichastd Duiang's Rdsunnitic Rem edy for friends safferiug witb rheumatism, aud In every instance it worked like magic." General f.ogau.Uuited States Sonator.wiites: "Soine years age I was tioubled moie or Ual with rheumatism, and have bate a roat suf tVrer in the last yenr with same disease. I be ifan to take Durang's IhtlHtWl Remeiiy, and am satisfied that I have beu cured by its us. 1 recommend it to all silferers." Hon. John Cessna, late member of Oeogrew from Pennsylvania, writes: "In tho space of twelvo bourn my rheumatism was gone, having taken three done Duraug's Rheumatic Reme dy. My brother, of Bedford, Pennsylvania, was (mod by a clmihu amount." It absolutely cures wlom everything else fails. Sold by every Druggist. Seed for fie pamphlet to R. K. Hulphenstine, Washington. B. O. HOW TO ' I 'C i- MT A I. Ml. it seems btrange that anyone will MUTai ni the many derangements brought on bj i impure condition of the blood, when ovili.'sSaksaparillaand STII.LING1A, i KnooD and Liveu Syrup will restore rt'ect health to the physical organization t is indeed a strengthening syrup, pleasm ; take, and has proven itself to be the BSt i n.ooD Poemn ever discovered, eflectuu! r curing Scrofula, Syphilitic disorder.;, Voakness of the Kidneys, Erysij.il,. , I iUiria,all Ncrvmu disorders and Dobili'tv. ;lioU8 complaint, and all dJatBOM indi ing an impure condition of the Blood, iver, Kidneys, Stoni : eh, Skin, etc., and cor- cti Indigestion. A .-ingle bottle will prove vou its merits .is n health renewer, for it nS mice A char .!, especially rhen fhe i .plaint is of n i li-nistivenatin having ciidoncy to leiKn the natural vigor of the n and nervous system. HENRY'S C AIIBOLIO HALVE. I'ha best Salve in the world for Cuts, uses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Tetter, . pped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and nil ids of Skin Eruptions. Freckles and tuples. The salve is guaranteed to give riB satisfaction in every ease or none tiled. Be Pure you get 1 1 fixity's ( Alt' .1'' SALVE, ns all others are hut lmmlta and counti Prlcfl 26 Bta, L DAVIS & CO Wholoaalo Dmg troit, lluh.t AgeuU. PILES! PILES! PILES! A Sure Cure Found at Last. No One Need Suffer. A Sara care for the Blisd, Bleeding. Ilcb- iug and UlosrAted rV has keen discverel by f)r. Williamt (ai ludian isinedy), calbd In Williams' Indian Ointment. A single box has cured tke worst chronic cases of 25 and 80 ysars standing, tin one seed suffer five min ntesaftei applying this wonderful soothing mciifinr.. Ijfttionp, lustrHmeots, and BlCCti aries do moie harm tha;i good, Williams' Oint ment absoibsthe Miruors, nil tys the inteuso itchiug ( particularly at night after gettiug warm in tied), acts as . ponltic, gives mutant an I painless relief, and is prapsrfl ouly for Piles, itching of tb private parts, and nothing else. Rsd what I ks Hsn. J. M. Ofnakerry, of i levelan.l. ays Roeai or. Williams' fsdnin Pile Oistmeut, 'I hV4 used scores of piie cures, tiut if 0 . Is mo plasre to say that I have ifcr fooad aaytking which gave sue) immediate and permanent telief as Dr. Wil Haais' laoiaa Oinim'-ut." For sal if all druggists, or mailoa on re coit" of pi'' 9LO0. 1IKXIIY A ''O.. I'roprlrtura, Now Vrk Olty, Fakkanu, Williams A t o. Ag. nts, Detroit Mich. For tho Cure oi Coughs, Colds, Honrsrncns, (Jrup, Asthma, Bron- chitte,Whoop)ng ( a utjli . lnciicnt 'onsumjiti' n nnd forthQ relief of ( rwtrmptive pci mis in k lvanred i of 1 uis a c. i-or Sale i ' r ' TVirp o-.rtntg - i.'.'n'.ijion. iiasp - nNanasai Mrs. UuneeiiT rMttnghayt scribed a a lady who, by th IpmOM of feet mind and persou, will r Wfitm as high honor upon h i poetttOB M did Mrs. Hamilton Fish. The man who discovers the North Pole will probably be a Chilian, -hot-ton Globe. kfrt, BtetLord will ; ud the win ter on her plantation iu Dutch Guinea, bout ii America. COMFORT BY THE WAY. ti... ii i.,v i.i, .l nt' eonnlne comfort and happiness was to lie pitched into a ponclof Ice cream whose shores were made of sponge cake. ills misery was too smeoi-L- ui "'v.-. pleasant sunstani -es. innv i7,"'ui"J hmasenis Imuianlty Comfort Is ap .reflated ny coin rasi nj.i hini? in proportion to our coneeptioii ...?.. .iL...f. .....,. ..four ili-nr VII- tioii thereof. I his applies t. material things as well as to immaterial con- IdiTHtious. 'rue leieie, wnose my- aaranoe in the wintry cold ami i .... i , i . . ..! in. ki.iv.o- of discom fort through the observer, would sug- (esT IlollollS oi ine couieni n.uiiuo iotand sultry days of the summer season. And in both Seasons mat In which the Icicle flourishes best and in the ono wherein ite absence is md.ii nous -that most uneomioriu- v.i.. ..r,,,rfr 1U..iisi- rln 'lima tism, plentifully abounds, causing pain and agony to myriads of people. Ami yet it need noi oe iuus miutuit if.i if... I nnlv mi' ST .lACOHH Oil, the surest, safest and speediest remedy in the whole world for tbe eradi -atlon and cure of rheumatism ami all painful ailments. The follow ing from the It oehester (Ind.) Sentinel shows how soma people attend to their rheumatism : " When a young hus band had gone from home, and w ith loud solicitude n legrapiico nm imi wife -'What have yo for breakfast, and how's tho babfT he received tho brief, practical and suggestive reply IJUCKWIieni CUKOO HIIO IOC uiwjisiot. I... .... .Ha i ,,f a .'.I... In our midst, not w here measles was In the bill ol rare, but where sciatic rncuma ttsm oonflnad Mr. J. Dawson, the well- known kocb oner druggist, to bub room for a long ierlKl. It was stated our rsponor in me hjuuwiub woion. Ths senior member of this flnn was attacked with sciatic rheumatism about Decern '"ur loth last, and lor lour .vU mil i i-iMllnur Feb. loth. Could scarcely leave Ins rooaa. He used 1st. iacobs OIL, ami is now bdbbbdbbibw l,iunloinnf Ku.lni,.. f.u.ll , 1 17 Tl lit TTM 1 f 'Vl the worse tof his recent uflllction. the infennco Is convincing. The run which ht. Jacobs Oil Is having s, we BO , unpr cceociiicii, ano turn ' - Ids It rapidly displacing all other leumatlc remedies as fut as its vir DOS become known. " BdaWT T. Paige, E-rij (Irugglst, vrltOS us from ( hicopoc Falls,' says he Springfield (Mfts.) Ktpvbluan, I. ... Mr '.I1....1 1. 11, nil . r under kviid's Hotel, lias used that rotnarka- e remedy, st. .Mroiw tin., iorasevere tse of rheumattsm, and it cured him i If by miiKic." MRS. LYDJA E. mxm, OF LYHH, MASS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8 VEGETABLE COMPOUND. In a I'oriitive Care ror BU thoae PbIbIViI Cwmplitliita n. l Wn.l. ... . Mtoam in mi. i ! female popalattan. It irlUfonre entirely the wont form of Female 0, mi 'ilalnti, all orarlan trouMeR, InnaiDmallon and Vic. n i. Falling and Pi , Ii im-nii, and the oonaaqu. tit iplnal Weaknem, an., is particularly adapted to U) 'hanire of Life. It will dlaanlve and expel tnmora from the uteraa i j early stAtre of deYolnpment. The tendency to can Mtaas humors there la checked very speedily l.y lta vnc It ritnoref falntneaa, Aatulency, deatroyasll nmh Tor atlmulanta, and relieves weakneaa of the BBSbBbV I It cure Bloating, Ildache, Nenroua Proatratlnr lencral Debtllty, SleeplesHawm, Ipreaalon and Iodl BSMSaV T'i fraling of bearing down, PMialnK in, w'f)i i nd backache, la alwnjH permanently cured by lta una It will at all tlmca nnd BOBBY all cimumatancM act In inrmony with the lawn that govern the female ayatcin. For tiie cure of Kidney ( 'osiplaints of either aefthla ompound i unHtirpaiwe.1. E. PTaTKHAHm VERTABLR COM JBlftHf prflnered at t3 and K Woatern Ave' tio, ..rtVr. ... (Oi MxBetllastsrta Sent by mall fii . fa ' 'n.- f,.rra of loaenget , on IOC Spt O price, J1 Bar BOB fo' either, Mra. Finkhani i n-jtyaaVwer all letti rs of Iniruiiy. fiend for pamjili . . A fdrens an abne. tMBBBS (SOI Paper. .'lattlly rliould tie without LTDIA K. PINKIIAM'S !J-Krt PILLS. They cure OOBOalBBBtee, blllouauuiw tmC tec jdlty of tin liver. BJ cents er box. fW Hold t .ill Dri aglutH. - ctt BIBSB4I ja ALMOST Actually UIVKN AWAY La A V ooon TUAS. so, sr. a -P. alb. I LHOVKKY FINE, 50 A rlOcalb. All I'x pi 1 - Chaigfw paid on $5 Ordfrs. Don't be Does-rod! Seal diroct with the Importer. No Hiddlemen. Wo are the pioneers. THE 9RBA T AMERICA V TEA CO. Jinaorters. P.O. Box 4'.';t5.) 81 A 33 Vesey !t. W. Y. If yon are Interested In the Inquiry Whir h Is the best Liniment for Han and Beast 5 l his is the answer, at tested hy two generations : the MEXICAN MUSTANG LINI MENT. The reason la sim ple. It penetrates e?ery aore, wound, or lameness, to the very bone, and drirea ont all Inflammatory and morbid mat ter. It "goes to the root" ol the trouble, and ne?er falls to eure in double quick time. turpafnlion f I tOJcifte of I, nil f. ill oialM Jfawlr, anil i'hnm- Mphatmm, ctaoeistael arssat tm r, ..hf I I . ....i Ifmmrrttm Irrrrv aurposr ariero la Tnntr im nrpMta i.k-. ii i ,ii n i wiis suiioruiM rrnm gsneral dsb ty to au.-h an aitent th..t m li,r.r .v. . n. i . dehsoma to ma. A vacation ofa month did not aire roe m." h .lef h,,t ' tT, 7rZtfT I'V lncreaae.1 pr.t ration ..nd sinking el.illa. At K5a I iBBMtEaMe f v. Ir I1 XZJSXEFi h allzed almost immadluto and wonderful raai.iu. Thaoldiiuwia r" """ AlVfACTUUl it 1MI DB. NArtTIR MIDICIMt SO.. B. tit SSITH HAIR ITIUT.BT. IMIt Natures rebIedy. X lYEGETIKlui lectsur Ibddb Pusifirsr WlXiJ. CUItHJ Horofula, .'-crofulous llum. r, ( aunei, UMeeroai Uuuior. BiryaP Biaa, BjOKlT, Malt Klioun. Pimples or Uuuior in the Knee, coughs and I oil!". Ulcer. Hi .nchiila, Neu lUli, Dyspepela, libeuuintlstD, I '.naa In the Side CoaaUpi tlon, CoatlvaneM, 1'llet, iilsitneai. Headaoha, Nervousnoss, Palm, in tba Hack, , a i. -. at the StoMBOh. KlUaay CBBiPiaiuU Feuiale Waakneaa. nad UBuerai I'woiniy. ThU preparation la aclBiitlfloally an l obomloally unbilled, and o atronaly conceatrated from FOOaB, horba, and barka, that lta good ede. u are reallted iinuiodi;ite,y after cnaiuieii Ing to take u. inarBia no disease of the bumaa ayateaa for which the Vi oktine caun t be used with l,BFBCT SAferY. aa t does aot emi tain any metallic compound For urudlcalliiK tbe system of all Impurities of tbe hloud u na- ii" equal. It hits never failed to Biieci a cure, giving time and strength to tbe ay ate m de l.illtiiied bv nlaeaan lta wBniderful effects upon the cumplalnta named are aurprlslng to all. Many aav been cured by the VkoBTlNa that have tried many other reuiedlea. It can well fee called The Oreat Blood Purifier. Dr. W Ross Writes. ciofnla, lalTr Coniplalitt, lijts popaTln, KuMinmtini, Weakuesn. 11. K HTKVBNH, HoHTON, VI 488. 1 have been practicing loedlclue for b vears, aad na a remedy for Scrqful; Liver Complaint, PyaBBJi ..in. h'hrumatunn, U'ealm.. and all dlaoaaei of .be blood-, 1 have never round lta equal. I havs imld Vegetmo for 7 years, and have never had oae bottle returned. I woabl heartily reoommei d It to iboae la need of a bleod purlfler, UK. Vf . UOSI, DrusKlat. Seat IV, 107. Wilton, Iowa. VEGETINE riu.r I.;: !1 BT II. k. mUUt r-slon. )m. Vei- tint is told bv all Druqgi8ts. II. K. P.--85. $225 A Month AKents Wai ted-00 crest Benin article! In the world: 1 aatuplerf Adilreaa lay Brouaon. uetellt. Mich, HUM NKN It you would learn tele graphy In four months anil be sure of a situation at VALENTINE BltOH , Jauearllie. Wis. i.'ood wage, addreaa addreaa Free I two The is 1 1 1 1; i f BF for 1882, with Improved IllrirV UPP Imsrest Table, alenoar. IVIUIJ I lw to Bent to any address OB receipt of two Three-Cent Stamp. Address ' 1 1 H i . i s E HIKES, 48 N. Delaware Ave., I 'tola. OLIVET COLLEGE. A flrst-claas oolleKe for ever. body. Expenses low. Winter term openn Jan. 6, 1882. -ci..i t .t cut loue to the Secretary, Olivet, Mloh. PATENTS f. A. LauMAMN, Solicitor ol Patents. Washington, D. G ir Bml for CirouUr.tB "8Muslcali Rinph lets ireo for stamp " MuSICU Revolution. I'm Rice's nystcni teaohe; music oorrectly 0 times faatei than all nuthods, accomp'r In I hours, etc. .'-end 10 ota. fo Hlce's in. i ui teaching child's aheet mnslc and three lti i'.e books. 2)5 "late St . liBuo. RUPTURE ' Ured without mi operation or the injury trusses in Blot OT Or. J A. II K ... M AN'a method. Office 251 Hroudway, New York His book, with l'hotograph ic Itkenesnc - of bad ases before and after cure . ill- for 10 cents. HE LADIES OF THE WHITE HOUSE." OR IN TH HI TOMJa? OV THi-. A lllatery o. every Adtnlnlsi . Uio nresent UnaajDHiid iialBKlTTS. lim WAkauaoTOM -'nsoasbl aoa Kifonli warn l,l,l,ll.L,..K Vrivate history nevW" jefo . , u'l For full d .Ifioil A' I. .IM.KV ' rth Foui ; AC fiVS "A' a 'IVll Uar n IW I !. SrnaijB CMMgeav Vmb KiVv.i i. ni. ii . ., i ...,r. i ii ,- anracciv. i .L. v : ' f.UV." ' "T " ' ?' 'UbUb-.l. tU ... ; .4 t'LS iTi'JS iik- J! in.i t:..uaa.; of e-.r- eiyvilnre. rulld, C . I..... '.'- . C. Met UltUV CO. c.ui,nv, it lti.'.' business nptiR "KTROlT MICH.. Jl4cr- superior udvaiiuges to Students. 1 licy aie tliorouthly '-illeu in office wo.) , letter writing na ilieexeculinj. ol business papers . i slung a thai . ;h business ihottld cujulu of the buai , men ot f-troit wtirre it can beat i. Colleyi pa-M.r iimilcdfrce. AGIN IS WANTED FOR THE CTORIAL 1 HISTORY"bbWORLD KniWrai im- lull anrl authentic leesantB of svsry Ball n -f wi cii nl ami mede ii tim;a aud including a blst ij oi ib. ii... and fall af the Or. and Hoiusn Knipiies, th. is aill- ag, , the crusade, tba I. dual system, the relormation, u,r dlicovery and OUNBMat of lbe New World etc., at.-. Itc.nialas 72 flue historical eagraviHgt, and is the meat rftn plete Hist ry of the World ever published, asad for specimen )ngea and extra tenu to ;. , i, Ad N vrn - ai. Pt Hi.if iiimu Oa., Chlcaga, 111. HOP BITTEES: (A l oc me, not u Drlak.) MtlaBal HOPS, BT'CHC, M tMiH iM., UANDELION, AlB TBB Pl-RBST AND BB8T M a iu a 1. Oi i.i TlBa OF IU, OTBBB BlTTBKS. THEY CURE All Diseases of the Stomach. Bowels. Blood, l.lvsr. Kidneys, and Urinary Organs, Ner TOUSnnaa, Sleeiilessness anrl especially Female Complaints 9IOOO IN COLD. Will be paid for a case they will not sure or " " "in.inrf f! IUJUriUS A - K your druggist for nop Bitters and try in before you sleep. Toko no other. 1 1 It'll I D I. C. Is an absoluteand 'rreslstll.ieenre for uiuuuiiiim, uat; oi npiuin, loliacco and narcotics. BaaBBBBBBBE Hawn mi CiaruLAB. All abovt mM by SSBJBSa H .p Rmn M'.. c..., Ro,'H.tr, N. V , A Tnmnla.Ont. II: maMlef u fhm atnaWH ml prninn, fnr I l.uaiir.wla Urnaral Itrmuuy, stnle IHm r . Brass of rttml v. srrsas fVastm 1' emal anvatle- cM,rV(liirif,, ,1,