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1' fi TllfcJ WOULD: THURSDAY EVENING, JAN U Alt Y i.'5, lfc'J4.
I WILL TRY RED LIGHT. &, Experiments Said to Have Proved Its W Efficacy in Small-Pox Cases. TDK DISEASE APPEARS IN' THE WARD'S W ISLAND INSANE ASYLUM. OT 60UECE OP CONTAGION A SECRET. One of the rmall-pox iiavlllom on N'orth v", i Brother Islam! Uracil to bv fitted up with red f Elan in nil rf !ti window nnd at night IH lights will ili'no tlirouRli red rim BloU.-. This 1 In nccorclunoej with one nf the htct dtccorcrics 111 medicine, ulilcli li that tho Mn t& of small-pox patient li extremely sensitise) to ? the vlolet-colircd ran at light und tint tlico jS form thn pitting which rrmalm after the dls- " case Is curol, Tho experiment! which demon- Ivj? ptratcd this theory woro made liy lir. tnd- j1 holm and Flntcu In the Clt Horltnl nt llor- Ron, Norway. All the patients reeovircil, $, though M!crcly attacked, and the elrcndnl jf ' pitting was avoided. ' New York Is tho first city In this country to kI try tho efficacy of the red light, which l the ' tamo as that used b) photographers hi de elup- gi lngMnsltlvo plates. The iranll-inx pavilion, which Is to bo lilted with the red glajs, Is now .2 used as a death-house, but wllhln u month It Is i belleTed that It will o ready to try tho exierl- Jf went. The eixt of the trial is light, but the fi health author.tlos are lioieful of good reull. ,j ThepUguunf imull-pov. hni broLen nut In r the City Asylum for tho Invane, on Ward's 'A Island. Tlie authorities jestcrdny removiil ?. Henry Smith, n patient In tho arlum tor ten , jreartyto North Brother Inland, lheularmlng ;: feature of this 1-asc Is that It was not discov- f, ercd until far ilei eloped. p Nearly 2,000 lnraat-s aie In the asylum. Nothim; was thought of Smith's Indisposition $ three da)- ao. I)r. Macey, who Is In charge, i became alarmed when an eruption nppcarcd i on his patient' a faio and hands, and noilllcd & Dr. Doty. Dr. Hubbard, who makes a dally ,; tour of inspection, examined the patient, who - had been Isolated, and continued the dlagnc-ls t of small-pox. . Dr. Doty said yesterday he saw no occasion (or alarm. ' All the patients and attendants ti ncre vaccinated three mouths ago Jr " Vaccination sometimes falls." mid he, ff "In an Unaccountable wav. V o try to rovac- V elnate those on whom It did not 'take,' but gf cccaalonally it falls a second time." j. Bmith hM not been of! the Island fnrn year, and how he got tho dleasc Is a m sterj . !j Ocnrga Marshall, forty-four, of No. 3O10 ? Third avenue, nnd Antonio Gabrunco, of No. j, 35 Oak street, wore taken to North Brother H Island night before last suffering with small- F WHERE IS "BEN" HIN8EI The Qaeer Disappearance of a Prosperous (,' Jersey City Hon. I The mysterious disappearance of Benjamin O. Hlnsc, a well-known Jersey City milk if dealer, dn Pcpt 4, lHtcj, has b'en recalled by g the publication of nn advertisement usklngfor C;k information concerning his whereabout. The r-, advertisement purjiorts to be signed by Joseph JS Fcttrick, of Milwaukee, Wis. , who Is said to K.' bo an undo of the miming man. Hlnsc' s Z friends In Jersey City deny all Lnowlcdgo of S," tho advertisement ji "Ben" Hlnsc, as he was familiarly known, v was well-to-do and prosperous when the an- i liounccment of his disappearance and his de ft,, ertlonof his w Ho nnd two children startled ,', the community. Ills wife was MUs Kate ,. Sirith, tho eldest daughter of Theodore II ,1 Hmlth, tho head nt tho boiler making Arm of T Theodore M. Smith ii llm Their plant ;, Is at the foot of Essex street, Jersey ;; City Kitty Smith had known her ft husband from childhood, and their mirr'el life of r.biut twelve jmrs'.tiu npp:ireiill) 1111 marrcil. Thcioaru tnnihl'dran ll mi' . now nlioul nine, and Kilty, who Is about four nars j mincer than her brother Young Hlnsc- was 11 tnlll ilciiltr and mi Hi roud tnprospirUy when muirliil. lli'ulo (lliinlly villi out Ills loiti lo III" Uvllur, Ileur) lllll-f, who tins slme m 111. mil itnl lortuuc In thelnllk InKliiess, llnillhw tlu-n (iitonsl his IiiIIkt'-Iii luw s riuploy us lnk kefr and mllcUnr nnd muite mi rtcitlrnt reiord S!Virnl ears liiti r he jgnln went Into tho milk bu-liic-s mill 111s .ippuruitli doing will whin liu UHldcnh ill-np i-cnrcl. He put 1 N Imrv.' mill wagon in the stable mid itiletl) drniid outnfKlght ItlsMife, who hud 110 lutliii itlou (( his intention, Miirthcd far and whle Willi oulMieicsH, Her futlii-ral-olo-ik up the im, but was unable to mure ,111 tiiiuilili1 ii-sulK -ei'rul ieks pi-mhI, nnd Mr. Ilhii rold out her liii'buud's lnllkiUit In Moutgninert strut, neiriiruic, to llcur H.11111 '1 lulgh pir, .tlnl wint buck tolur lather s home No IIH'iorL sueet, wlu-ri-sue his hue Hint lr Mnlth whs lnretieil lueiiuse of lit ton In iaiv'hiibnuilonineiit of uinilv 11 nil liomi , and lsnld tn lime forlililden hisdiuuhti r In mike firlhiT iuriulrUs muti iiiuim thu utl-Mug man N(itvllliH. millng this inikirgii, the juiliu ulle IsMilfl In hne rein iImI1 mlvi rll-iil In oiled liiiguiigufnr tlillugsnf the u!- ut mu lt Is known Hint Iit elloris wire 1-aitl.ilH siicicssful, Aluint 1 enr Hgn Mr-. Illii-o n olinl n letter liu'ostd in 11 Kk ho-ler , S 1 ut!Uvii'r, rtitln Mutt In r husbiud miisuIIm and will, the wrabinTlsiri'imiaislinark, ninl coiiseiULiitl iiiiild not be trni ihi rs IUiim Is Mild to hao told n frh nil Unit, nlll o uli the litter was wrltliu III 1111 ilileull iiisuiil-td hand, she was dure her liui-li.ili'l I11.il mini It llltllM If. The missing man wis aljuut thlrt-seteu jenrs old when lift seiu In .Ii re lit). He wastill, wi II fornii'l, with hlinid hnlr mid 11 light mustiicl 1 luiinr niiee limes lllii-i hit" 1st it ri-rled lend, hut Hie bodies liiarlnlil) pro(d 10 Is- Hio-i- of otheri- Mr- lllnse's inotlu rdlul mora than 11 eir ago, and Is Mild to hue left tiiu-ldi ruble prop ertytnher. Ilirlutlnr Is saiil to hue n ttnllj aiiiioutucil his tubulin!! to mirrj a woman living In New Yuri. Humors are 1 urroiit that the missing mu Is in the employ of llio Pullman (oinpuii liidu tral Sen lorL. He Is Mild In hutu liii te 11 seeal times In New ork t'ltj, but iilvinjs anlded thoe who m-oguled I1I111 Ills mothiriHiuples uirti-ients In un apart 1 ment-house In ,ork stnt I, lii'ir(ime Win. 11 arcjiortcrof 'I he World tallisl thcru )elinln hlsslstcr, Mrs. lleriiuii, huld, "Wi-hnw not licnnl un) thing from my brother lieu Mill e lie dUappeeretl M) inotlur imllciil that he m Uil luterly lor scleral do)s Is fore he lot t town, null we have no doubt that he hml lsiomede j ranged, i leireiuhlsmarricilllfewiishiip,), mmgMrs. Illnie, whin "eon nt In - fntiii-r's houe, wnld she did not know nii)thlng ulmiil ' the atherttsuncnt (oiieerulng tier hiisUinil. Hie begged to Ijc cvciLed In.m dlsi ussliig the uu-e and the tears slarted from her eyes. l-rlendsof the missing man admit that ho had lierame addlcti-d toilrluk unknown to his wife, and intimated Hint (he explanation of his queer conduct Is to Is-found In iiMipi-el entanglement with a woman uistoini r. WILLIS HOLLY TO WED. The Bride-Elect la Hits Margaret Mont gomery, a Fascinating- Actresi. Wlllla Holly, Mayor Qllroy's private eetretary. is to marry Miss Murfriret MontBomery, the nctress, eurlv In lb rimry. Miss Montgomeiy 1h 11 churmlnir wonuin, petite and clever, nnd haH bien devotedly attached to the Hinge Her father Ib Mr. Young, u distiller. In riillu delphla. Miss Montgomery was nmrrUd to n mun named Nlckerson u bunt ten jenrs ugo. They lied Impplly tor 11 time, but eventually alio wn obliged to go on thu ptnge. A few yeara hku he went to Eu rope, nnd In September, ISilJ. Hlienbtnlni-d u divorce on thn ground of crmlty and iibandonment. In tho cunt of the original "Bheniindonh" company, MIsh .Monlgoin ery made a hit, und followed thin up by some brilliant work nn Mr Jack Ami don In Corn Tanner's company Huhse Silently alio went on the road with "The rent Metropolis." Hhe him been llvlnir nt the J'rlnccton, No. 11 Weat nighu-enth Btreet, for the pant three veurH. Mr. Holly wan Mayor tlrnnt'a prlvnte necrctory, nnd wnH retnlned by 'Mnor ailroy when he nsmimed otflce. llefore entering political life Mr. Holly was 11 newspaper man. HIh wife died a few years ago. lie lives at No. 222 West Fifty-ninth rtreet. ICASR OFTIT FOIITAT. : 'Mrs. Hawkins Sajs She Was Pun LsliiiiR Her Husband. SHE FLIRTED WITH HIS .MOST 1NTI MATE ASSOCIATE AND FRIEM). IiIVORCK Sl'IT HAS BEES STOri'EI). IRI.II', Inn :i-Thc ease of Hawkins ngilnst Ilawklii", with a l)oste thrown In ns un Itirldi nt, iibotit v. hkh lunch linn b"i n sild In-re, und rniKciulug which ai'iirnl stoilis han been printed, Is off, fur the time lit least The husband, I Martin Hawkins, who Ht.irli il out with 11 itisli to si-euro 1111 absolute divorce 1 fniin his wife, who for the past jenr has ili-nioiistniteil her ability to provide for heri'if nnd two ihlldten, tins suddenly wi ihetnil The papers huu been with draw 11 nnd pioeeedlngs stopped, Klllntt I -I Smith, the attorney for the husband, ilnlnies he will not ngnln accept a ie- j tnlner In the case. The liouble which has broken up this I famllv, nnd which threat' ns to wreck the happiness of at least one other household, furnishes nn objiit-lesson. Mrs Mm tin Hawkins is an uuiisiiully 'handsome woman. Hhe has 11 good figure nnd fanclnallng was She displays good taste In dress, and when she uppenrs In public, Is snld to be the best-groomed woman In the lllnge. Martin Hawkins Is a watchmaker. Ills shop Is n modi. it affair, 11 short dlstnnce wist of the I'ost Olllce. In n pilnted notice, scuttered broadcast through the village a few dais ngo, he begs to Inform the people of iHlip and vltlnlty that he Is ngnln at the workbench. I law kins denies the Intl inatlon, attributed In a recent Interview to his wife, that the money upon which he N doing business was contributed through her by Henry Uoxsec. Hawkins and Doxsie were the best of friends It is alliged th.-y hud both In dulged In little escapades together, tho particulars of which were not confided '," ,V,e.l.r w'"' 1'oth vveie considered decidedly fust here Doxsee Is the Junior partner In the firm of James II. Ooxsio to. hon, which firm has made a fortune In clam Juice nnd canned clams. Aftnlrs In the Hawkins family had Bono from bud to worse. Mrs Hawkins claimed she had discovered her hus band's intimacy with her own sister, and refused to live with him us a re sult Hhe lelented, forgave him and for 11 time there was no outwnrd evidence of Internal ruction. After this the wife ilalris she learned her huslmnd was not as careful In observing his marital vows in ie should have been. Agnln she suys she protested, nnd then, whin she for- lira'e him, she threatened If ever again she had reason to suspect him she would say nothing, but would treat him Just I us ho had treated her, and as 11 sort or .pirting thrust she added she would not be forced to go outside her husband's circle of Intimates to secure an accom plice In the scheme to punish her hus band. A yenr ago, Mrs. Hawkins alleges, she believed the time had come for her to give her husband a tnste of his own medicine. Hhe declares his flirtations with other women had made her des pernte. Henry Doxsee was her hus band's most Intimate frki'd. Hhe left her husband and commenced a flirtation with Doxsee. The boldness of the move ci lilted a sensntlon. The ellmnx wns reached when Doxsee wiib made co-respondent In the summons nnd complaint in the divorce suit Instituted by Hawkins which 11 second thought has caused him to diop Mm Hnwklns expressed surprise to dny when she lenined the case had been discontinued .She even said she was Mil iv. .She had been In hopes her hus band would t'll.e the step which would forevei sepm-iti them "1 will never live with him again ' she said "If 1 have put mjse'f In .1 position lo b nccused of wrong doing, t have done It to punish him I ncknowliilgelhat Induing lis I li ive done 1 rlskel even thing My husband 1 ii'ed hnve hnd no fears 11 "v in the lesultl fif his suit 1 would hive offend no de fense Mv sib nee might bo constiued ns a eolifesslon of rttlll but befoie the people of -this place inv luisbiitid Is not in a position to In- my accuser " Hawkins declares his wife's charges ngnliisl It 1 111 Are untrue and malicious, He sayt h has nevei given her any 01 cnslun to inspect lit nt of Inll dellt) und denies that he his discontin ued the Mill because of Interference on 1 I the part of friends of Doxsee, who, It Is nlliged, had nought to hnve Ills inline ' ta'vin out of the papers und the nnme of imother parly lnseitid as ci-resiieindent III" sivs he- w 1,1 renew the nclloii In 11 few- ihivs ' Unity Doxee Is making n tour In the far West and Southwest, Introducing the produet of the el im-c-niinlng factoiy He Is 111 eompanleil by his wife. I Mrs Hawkins Is n sister of "Tom" Itlch irdson, the ulleged cuve-dwd.er and loutliw, for whose arrest n reward wns once eiffered. The little woman defends her lumber's memory and fays he built I the cave In the woods to be near his I wife, who had left him He was w 11 toll ing her, she snld, to secure evidence for n divorce. Hhe declares he Is innocent of any of the 1 rimes charged lo him, and Is now In South Amerlc-n, IS THIS WOMAN INSANE ? Tht Judge Syj Eo, and Steps Am Taken to Sent Her to an Institution. (Sp"ll to Th WcirM ) W'OODIlltllh.rJaii. '21 -llridgcl Mc.S'ally Is nn old resident of Uoo.ll, ridge. -hu owned two building lots near Port Heading and on the outskirts of the village. About two yen ago she deeded them to her ion John, with the proviso Hint he should maintain her as long as she lived lolin was married, and when ho got possession of tho lots he built a dwelling and saloon and started In buslnes'. His mother lived with him. but she and her daughter-in-law could notugrce. On I Monday they quarrelled and the, j imager Mrs. tMcNallj had her mother. In-1 iw plme.l under urrest for assault and batter. The ease was trlixl j este rday before Judge (.' V Nen tor. It was said to daj that Instead of being a trial for assault and hnlttr.v the old lad's sanltv was oiie-stioiieil. Mie wns examined, I pronounced lunaun nnd preparations made to hecun-herlniiirceratlou. In 1111 attempt to get 1 tho p-utictilars nf the ease- a World rcmrter found iH-rsons who had tried to lie nt the hear ing and had lieen refused admission. Judge Newton, who has served n term ns Judge of the Court of Common ple-as, muled that the proceedings werecondiietid In private-. 'His version of the ntlalr Is that when the 1 womnn was taken lieforc him jestenlaj ho saw at iinui that she was In-iine, and iuste.ul of pneeedlng with the hearing lie enlled In Dr. HamuelJ-'. Kroeman and asked hhn to m 1111 the woman's sanltv. In. Freeman quickly pronounces! her lnaue, nnd the Judge bass that preparations were begun to seeuri! her contluement at the expe use of the c unity. I Judge Newton refuse's to divulge the names of the two r rceholders w ho v oluutcerc I to swe-ar that Mrs McN'ally Is n iuuht, but he says tiiero were two, and that Uilayau nppllea . Hon, accompanied by their allldav Its, was filed with Judge rrectnan, of the Circuit Court. I Judge Newton aavs the proceedings were regu- 1 lar and that no undue haste or secret y was used. Huslness men of Wnodbridgo who know Mrs. McN'ally say tho) hnve neversecn the slightest evident (Mil Insanity. Dr. frcemuu snld that an nicldciit which deprived tho woman of consciousness for a few hours ten v ears ago had caused her Insanity. Mans citizens are Indignant over the mntter. rhe) think It strange that, with a life interest in prniierti, she should be conllncd ut the eiiciueof the county. M mii muni l nnmii t. inimttt ' lit-L4i Ti W 14 V-i ; 4-i 4 i 1 t i ij4 it i i I i i i s i t i i i i i i i i i i i i f i i i t 1 4 1 t ! t I t I f 1 4 1 TITflTrTrTTfr?!! 5? , !--; '" i n .s . r i i i . .!J : 1 The World Almanac I , . , . . i m i . I' : EE : Gov. ROSWELL P. FLOWER, -- -v a -O f A ' i-1! : I i: ofNcwYor,. TO t I ,tSl4 Sg ''ZZ' "I have found The World Almanac" H 1 J M , i A '-- M ' ', ; very complete in its range of Infor- r . r say . , i r. I matlon nnd a yery useful book of ' ,- !? : -m- : reference." ; I1 ' Si 'sJ ;; f :--,: Gov. McKINNEY, of Virginia. . : j--H ; if : Z ' "This office nnda The World Al- '. : OR ' I : manac1 an Indispensable adjunct to i ' ( ;; JSrJ,Wu,?StsXiK WHERE has never been such anf Js , J i mecum." M z ' iESi GHOGcofTe immediate and popular demand fd C : - ! "Tour "World Almanac for 1883 has I JT .,. , ,j7 . ' 'k -!!!. been valuable and aervlceable by rea- j lOr anV DOOK OI 3 Similar natlirC '--' tf :h-; on of Its statistics, ready reference. ""iiiiwi Cltuxi. . fj ' 1 &c and I take pleasure In so stat- rs i ' JH1 you-" The newsdealers report an unpre- jtE! I l! "fiaieallZctothe cedented call for them, and the mail ; U - I high standlngof 'The World Almanac' j---t i :Fz: :1rsI.,7aeVnX,;,at!3 orders are five times greater than pt 'i-. 9- . - general Information which it con- '. X ' : , '. aim, It beerj evidence of the care I j. 1 .,fj. i j i -. . 1 SzJ: uf compnanon'"14" by 1'8 autbor '" theywere last year at this date. . ;-: H wToTkoI THE ALMANAC needs as little l if ' "' have foiial The World Almiimi"' s j. IT j. j 1 j " ' t f: f very great service, to me. both for argllllie lit IOr IIS lltllltV ', 11C CCSSltV aild -9 SJ Lo Its general Information and Its splen- - .i - t aicci-uoji, ctjiix J . V I ' did store of political facts und fli- . -a- ' tHLzr. .orZnZ convenience as does a railroad Guide -.i 5 ' ri ln ,uch hmal1 sPe and made so ae- " '. D ' l-o- : cessible 1 consider il a constant nii-r A it.n .n 4- , r ' ' ttf :tZT, companion for the desk and satchel, , 02 cZ CltV UllCCtOrV. ' -IT ' p.J I and do not expect to be without It." " " '. itJ ex-gov. Rus:Sa? What the railroad guide is to the-- 11 i h? ; -I b,eve ZV Almanac ' t Uer THE WORLD ALMA NA C -:J- i HK5 ! a most useful and accurate compen- 1 Wk fcti -ru,fw",ta"-,M"-l,'-i is to every man who wishes an ever- :i K : db Trr--, : -r- : K ;z5z; gov. brown, or Maryland, i ready source of information close at--'- tsfT ' i SZ "' have ,ake' occasion to refei to j ' P ,Z ; 7he World Almante' quite freiiuently Jin n rJ ' ' K, :l . during the past ear, and lake gieat llclIlLl. ; IBv -- ; pleasure In complimenting vou upon . .v , .. B; ' I lu accuracy and general utility." -sV (d-T '""' mk :j.r: - ;.j m I Sold Eueryuber?e . . Price 25 Cents, m ON ANOTHER BENDER. John V. Bender, Pardoned by Gov. Flower, Again Tries lo Kill a Man. THE HOW HEBAN IX A FIGHT BETWEEN WOMEN AT A UTICA BALL fiKOltOj: Ii. HARDER WAS BADLY USED UP 1Mll to Tie VV'crlJ ) I'TK'A, Jan. 21. A row which nearly ti rmlnn'.til In murder incurred at 3 o'clock this morning nt u masquerade Kill In Mush' Hall, this city. A dozen p- sons are locked up ln the police Blu tln' for the part they took lu It, nnd lohn V Ilendcr, pardoned from Auburn prison, v, here he was conflneel for mur der, Ih uiri.ste-d on tho charge of as sault ln the first dcKrce. In the melee OeorKe L. 'Barber was kicked and pounded Into liiscmilblllty, and Homier attempted to shoot him, Olllcer John Outh clubbed heads as fast ns he could sivttiK his b.lly, and several pel sons were Injured. The maseiueraile was one of the most ellsortlerly affairs ever held In this city. The crowd present Included Inmatci of .ill the disorderly houses of Utlca nnd vicinity. The llchtlnc; began about 1 o'clock, and ns tho mnsquernderH Indulged freely In ll(Uld refreshments the women began culling ench other names. Two of them, Annle Coukley nnd Lizzie Norton, ex changed blows, nnd ln nn Instant beer glasses and bottlea were flying through the ulr. Funk Amerhelm, n waiter, tried to peparate the women, and he was lmme elhitely act upon by tho Ilendcr crowd. Il.irber then advanced and said: 'Tor GihI'h snke let him alone; he'a only u hid." They desisted and attneked Barbel-, who Is it powerful athlete. He backed to the wall und sent his nssail anta to the floor one after the other. A friend went to his assistance nnd with a chali felled Bender to the lloor. Barber was Inveigled fiom his corner, and In nn Instant wjh tripped by his as sailants, and as he went down he re ceived several kicks in the head nnd bodv. After recovering his feet Bender drew his revolver and Htarted at Barber, who crawled on his hands nnd knees behind the bar. Bender tired at him, but the bullet lien wild. Then Bendei's fi lends dragged Barber out and pounded him l.ito lnenslbillty. Hinder, with his brother, Henry, and three or four others, rushed out of the building, nnd. Jumping Into a hack, drove iway. The) were pursued bv Olllcer Outh, who Jumped on the seat of the Illicit, and when John Bender alighted he nlo Jumped lo the ground. Bender elrew his levolver, but the olllcer knocked the weapon out of his hand, nnd placed him under arrest. John V. Beneler Is a notorious char acter In this city. On the night of Aug. 31, 18SC, in a drunken row. In this city, he shot and killed Thomas Gray, He was sentenced to Auburn l'rlson for life, nut wns pinioned for good behavior by Gov. Flower on Oct. 21. 1803. The Norton girl Implicated In the case received some notoriety last summer by running away with a nephew of .Street-Cleaning Commissioner Brennan, of New York, and getting married ln Blnghamton. THE REVENGE OF A FIEND. William Lawler Bans Away with His Uncle'i Twelve-Ye&r-OU Danghtir When Told to Go to Work. (Spfdil la the. World I nOCHESTi:n, Jan. 21 Sheriff Wilbur II. Selleck, of Oswego, was here to-day seeking for William Lawlcr. of Hanni bal, who ran away last week with ! red crick Slmpklns's twelve-year-old daugh ter, Lulu May Slmpklns. Mr. Slmpklns was here yesterday, and the police authorities sought the girl In every nook nnd cranny In Rochester without success. Mr. Slmpklns sa)s that ho tracked Lnwler and his little girl across lots from Hannibal, and followed their footprints along the bank of the river to Syracuse, a distance of twenty eight mill's. At Syracuse he found that Lawlcr had bought u ticket for himself, and a hulf fare ticket for Lulu to Kochester. At I Rochester, however, the trail ended, and no trnce of the couple has yet been found. Mr. Slmpklns sii)s that Lnwler's act Is prompted by n ileslre for revenge for an imagined grievance against him. Sheriff Selleck thinks that us Lawler had but S when he disappeared he Is cither here or ln the neighborhood. The hlierlft Iuih Issued cards, which he has sent to all parts or the Suite, offering a liberal rewaiel for Lawier, who is described us aged twenty-six years, height 5 feet Indies, weight 143 pounds, dark complexion, black t-)es und hair, small black mustache. His left aim is tattooed lu blue und red Ink, with a dog, i'nlon .Inck, American nag anil star, and on the wrist, "W. L." His occupation Is that of a painter, and he bidls sticking salve. The child nbducted , Is nged twelve, complexion light, long, light yellow hair. Sue wore small gold eurrlngs with coral settings, a scarlet; dress, u shoit black cloak and a small black cap with u lront piece. Sheriff Selleck suld to-duy that he Intended to bring Lawler to Justice If It took film u month of hard work. "This man Lawler," he said, "Is a thoroughly bad and desperate charac ter. He has served n term in Stato pilson already for one grave offense, ' when he Is angry he stops .it nothing He- comes from L'nnuda, where ho had' a bad reputation. After he had lived with , Slmpklns, his uncle, for t-ome time with out doing much ton arils his support, the farnu-r llnallv told him that he I must get out and shift for himself In- , stead of leaving, he at once set to w oik I to revenge himself He first poisoned his uncles hogs, nnd then i.m off with i I his elaughter lie did not take the girl bemuse he had nil) cspeclil liking for her He did it simply out of ievengev. I He knew his uncle loved the glil, and I look great pride In her, .13 she- wns an 1 unusually attractive child No one but a lleiid would have taken revenge ln , this vvnv 1 "The bid's mother has become Insane as i icsult of this occurrence. Her con- dltlon, I understand, Is ciltlcal." 'lhe Shi riff believe! that Lnnler will I be found In some small town near here I pedaling falve I FOX HUNfERS STRIKE OIL. A Dinghamton Romance of a Crowbar and j a Llghtod Match. j BINGHAMTON, Jan 21 -Three proml I ncnt townsmen, Hurvey Tcwksbur), An-1 'dicw Rogers and Charles W. U'.itrous wnt fox. hunting )esterday.. As they were returning home their hounds sfuck the trail of n fox They followed It and' nine upon the dogs barking under a i j ledge of rocks on the we-stern slope of I thu aid .Ian .1 HnW farm. Harvey I cilmbil to the top of the li'ilge, striking all .iiouml It with i crowbar Suddenly It supped through his rlngen and went iluwn l ll'suie Lmii'A' oring to get It out ho lighted v match lire! droppe-d It Into llv- llssuie, in older to s. o further Into the dirk re Less. A llah and a sudden explosion occurred A Jet of Ilame shot upward higher than the surrounding tice-tops. About one hundred feet below the place where the well was burning they dls covered a How of oil Issuing from a crevice. The streim wns largo enough to fill a two-Inch pipe, Tho village It excited over the find, and prospectors arc tlockliijf hole in num!ru. &0 Mens Suite SvA Cor Hester tz. SHOES OUR ANNUAL SALE ALEXANDER, 6th Ave. & 23d St., N. Y. XA OFF" TlIK milT. OK Ol'H llNTIUB STOCK. MbST MAKi: ItOOM Hilt HPHINfl OOOLH. 11UV NOW AND ItKAP IlII! IIUNI.KIT. 845.00 l'Altl.Olt HUITS NOW 830.00. ttiH.M) Oil A.1I III! It NIIITM NOW 8 1(1.00. 820.00 IIINIM. NUITS NOW 811.00. IIONA-I'IIli; HBDUCTIONS ON LVl-.ln 1111.0 CARPETS, CLOCKS, PICTURES, STOVES, &c &c, O0011S hTOItlll) l'ltKl! t'NIII. WANTKU cash on cumin; i.hii.hal rutins. J. BAUMANN & BRO, 1313 to 1315 Third Ave., Ifcf. 75th and 76th Sts. 70TH ST. lll.KVAl LU lilt. Oltl'AHI.K CAIW. 0 n 'nlurilajs till 10 P. M. DIED. Wa rKIl'e.-At 1 lushing. I., I. . on Monday. Jan. Jrj, 1NI1, Damii 11. Wati 1 s, In hlsSlst jesr. Itelallves ami frlenels are hivlteil to attend the funeral from Ids late residence, 101 Amity ttrcet, ou'IliurMla), Jan. '25, 11IH in P. M. InlermentAt the convenience of the family. A TRIO OF WRECKERS. They Otms from Tuoma, and Now Soma Tioomi Folk Coma Hire Altsr Thorn but Find Them Not Gen. Andrew J. Baker, of Tacoma, State of Washington, is at the St. Cloud Hotel, Torty-second street nnd Broad way, He came here. It Is said, ln search of "Joe," "Jack" and "Jim" Grant, of Tacoma, who Invented certain devices for raising sunken vessels. The Grant boys seized nn Idea suggested when a boatload of horses sunk In the Missis sippi Hlver. When the bodies of the horses became distended by gases the boot came to the surface. The Grants pump wind Into ennvns sacks that have been lowered Into the vessel they wish to raise. They started a stock company In Tacoma and came to New York to demonstrate the feasibility of their plan by raising .Mr. Vanderbllt's yacht, the Alva Instead, they raised another ves sel, nnd their success brought capital to them. Gen. William II. Cavanaugh and Judge Uobertson, of Olymphi, State of Washington, c-iiinc 10 this city, too, nnd with the Grants nnd New York capital ists who put up $170,000 orgunlzcd thu Cnv nnuugh Wrecking Company with KOO.OIIO capital. This company was forum! under the laws of New Jersey, und was to swallow the Grants' wreck ing outllt In Tacoma, boots nnd breeches Hut before the Grunts came to New York the majority of the stock In the original wrecking company had passed Into other hands than theirs. It was the holders of this majority of stock who sent Gen. Baker to this city with the Idea of Informing uny one who wished to Invest money with the Grants of the true state of the compaii)'s affairs. Gen. Baker, It Is reported, engaged detectives to find tho three wreckers, but they gave both him nnd the detectives the slip, nnd two of them quietly returned to Ta coma, Gen Baker telegraphed to Tacoma that the (.rants had nrtanged to sell their stock In the orlglnnl company to New ork men. together vv !th J170 OW worth of stock belonging to the parties whom Gen. Baker represents. These advices re sulted In the Tacoma people placing the wrecking company In the hands of a re celver. with the Idea tlut they would thus shut out the New Yorkers who put 1 up JI70.1W It wns said last night that there are ' men In this city who will pay $1,000000 foi the rights of tho Giuntn patents for the I'nlted Mates, provided the affairs of the company can be arranged to the mutual satisfaction of the ejuarrclllnc stockholders. A RECEIVER FOR MR. OLIVER. The Prince of Paradise Park in More Financial DlfliculttoE. An order was filed In the County Cleric's office ji-vteplaj npilntlng Joseph Martin re ceiver iunipiliiiHnt.ir) pro. ceilings for Jnmcs Oliver, tho politic mu and 1 1 jor. who mod- is Iv I ears tin titles of King of Chirr) Hill and 1 li luce of I'iradUc lurk llieonlerw is mule 0:1 np lliniliiii of Pierre Iloiuei, a tailor, of Nn II ct Iwuits-elshth lriet, who ln M in h hit obtained Judgment against Mr oil urforsWU. Il.c Mint plicldlt) of tho I'rluconf Pamdi'c I' irk his Is lore Is-en rufllod b this debt. It was i-un riiinoied list js-ptimlsr that Mr liliie r would lu ilnpin! into I udlnu Hn et Jail for allij-'cl iiuileiiiptof emirt for tailing to I -i i.ir liiMiiilcnientim picKicillngs. I'm ho I ilulii Ik 1 to Jail He thus evplilus thu Mm I 1 111 idea note fur tWi and gnvn'tliil, ' ill Hi itriiin lor it I Mil-totcii lioeeitilu 1 'Im Uni.il bonds, uliiili I did nut pet H, ' lU'itm.l Inilnrml the unto and gave It lo 1 lloute). I have pild $1(1 mi the note nnd iiou lu llertriun wants me to give up a tiiu true! to rccilUMcrt.ilii prois rl) in rnnli1crn Hon of stooping lhe suit uhleli, lu (act, hols prisslm; ' l In 11 the .nit was up Wore Mr. Ueinlev wild that was all nonsense he iiiiuti-d Id. nioiui, J lines ollu-r ha liecu Awmbliiiiaii and ( li rL of thit s nate Mlinrj , u plue-e icuulring ureal lalor and Iran lug. Mr Oliver alwa)s wears a bindlainon I em his shirt-Nueiin and a white neiktle He has white hair and rosv checks, and Is knoun us one "who can refuse n frli-nd nnthlnj; ".It viasu-tS-rgeant-at-Arnu of the National I cmocrjtlc Hcadrniartcrs, ln Mflbaiciiue. during tho last Presidential cam pnhin. that Mr Oliver nunc In contact with tutrsnien ver) nueli lk IiKohii dlnmo.id, Lrllllunt mid of the l.rt miter. Suits. Trousers. Overcoats Wilson Bill Scares Us, Hence these Wonderful Values. Suits. Trousers All our finest Sack ana) 7 hat sold at $4.00, $5.00 am ' Double.Brcasted Suits, former$6.oot prices $16 So to $28.00. $tfj 9 8. $i3 00 m B , a Qualities at $7.00 and $8.00, Other grades that sold for j0 95. $12.00 and $14. o, & a o rt S Overcoats and Ulsters, 40 ar reduction. AT BOTH HVOltCs. . 123 ani 125 Fulton St., m glfrN P 283 B wh.?.aay' Beb Niiwau and Will- IJV Atm mF n 1T Yrpi23 and 125 Folio St. 383 Broadway, m W I ii C InL ' Nrwu i,"J Wul- Near White HL Wk & H tarn St Lectures. FREE LECTURES. TIllJlC-sllAV . Jan. 2.-i, n R o'e ark I". .M. eiranimsriseliool.MX.I einivesnii Hudson sts. Mr. I- 11 Von Nnnlniir-s-lleni t 11. ronrce nnd llnirls." (Illlistrntril. ) (ImiiiniBr-vlioolXa 1.1 7J .Mil St. Dr. L'narlcs II Mu-"Th VVnrdrrsiil kIhIiI." Oranunar Sclioed No '.:), .Uluiiel tlMC Ity Itall pi. Mr. t harle-a M Mkhiner "Prnlrli, .Violin tnln ami liorr." (Ilhistnileil. ) Grammar Mhool .No. UT, VeHl tint 42d st. Mr. ijnisC. Ailiuns -Stntr 'lli.nirs We llnve l.eieriird Aliimi lrlcn." (Illustratnl.) Grammar school .Vo .1J, 41S VV'cst'JHlli s'. Ir. Arniild l.lloirt ' The- Chemistry nt Coin bilstiun." (lllustrnlpil ) UrsniniarsM-hniil No. 01, ftil West 44th st. Prof. Wm. Il.llooelieir ' ,llRtertlfrfti of An cient nnd tlodern ssrulplnre." (Illus.) GnniinarsH?liiiol .No Hi, eor. TO'h St. anil 1st ave. Dr. I.vssiuler DleWerinaii Art nnel Archl-ipi-liire In Ka)l." (Illllstruteu,) llmnim-ir srhrnl Su. Hit, cornerof Levinctnnave. andliMlist Mi.ll. II. Payroll-'"! he orid'n Fair. Ni. l.Thf Conn rilnnnr." nil.) (Iriunuiar j-ehnol No. h7, corner 77th st nn 1 Ani sienhiiii ave. l)r. eli-orce Macilonuld Major World's Knlr. s0, at (r .inrral Wealth." (Illustratrii ) The Iiisiltnte, e-iirne i hast Hnmdway and Jailer. snast. I'rof. Aelolph e'olin " Nnpoleon." Mi'rtlson Hall, corner 123th t. and Maillson ave. Mr. (1. '1. i-nelllns " 'I he l)eveloinent ot Arrlillrcturs mill tliilli'lii lu New 1 ork I r ii in Urn 1 line nl the, lliitcli to llio I'r'srm I'nv." (Illusiistesi.) The Melrose Lvceurn, lAUllist, aniind are. Hon. llimiiril.Miirlln-" Hits of Did l,'lilnn."(lll. J GBATEPI'l- COSJFOIJTINO. EPPS'S COCOA iiKr.AKrAHT-miTPPim. "Bva tlioniucli kiiowtedgoor tin natural 1im hlcli pn t?rn thpijMrutloii of (.Iffpsilon aurl nutri tion, und l) n rarotnt npnllrattnt. of the lino pni prills of cllRel(ctfl Loroa, lr. 1 pph ban pro yde I foroiirhrenkra'tamt KiippprntlellratPly Ma xored beMrago which mn h& u maay heavy ftoctor'RhllN It 1 by the Jntllclouniiheor Mich artlclci of diet that n contltutloiu.iay begnulu allyhullt up until strnns euotufh to rcflhtitry tendency to disease. Hundred or Ftibtle malMlle are floating urmmd uy ready to attack whererer there h n wetik jmiut. We intiy escape many a fatal nhaft bj keeplnfourclewc U fortified wltli fure blood nnd n properly nourished frame.' Illfkrlremzettc. Made simply with holllnr water ormllk. Holrt only ln balf-iKJimd tins, by Urocern, labelled thus: JAMKH i;piK A CO., I-T1J., Homoeopathic ChemHtw, liondon. tiKland. B. HI. GQWPERTHWflIT 8 GO. Special Term) made to tmtt anybody FURNITURE, CARPETS. Everything for Housekeeping. 193 to 205 PARK rtOW, BETWEEN CITY HALL-& CHATHAM SQUARE Fl'M, HIIK.-S hUHIJ, HMaillLY WOItN, $H OH 171Lthuve. For Sa I e. A rniVATK l'OIII.Y leav lii ir cllv se'U linme ellntely line coltt frame lmrlor suit. 1 vely one. used In boudoir. $45: paintings, couches, line oak and mahogany bedroom sulis, be-iiutlful oak butTet leatherchalrn; slsii tine velvet carpets, tl'2. HHIi and 20 each; other line pieces, (food as lie w.used four months, sell eparatelv.4H West 'JTth si. ltiu iiiiiii (HIAI)K I'fANOS'.obeiiold; fnclory nrlci-sjeasyternvs. Address l'actory.VsMWorlU, upton n. $1.00 DOWN SSSSi TilUU UUMi' lilled nnuh S.I (In ii. J. C. AUNOf.U A ft)., 11 Maiden lane. HRE IN A NIGHT SCHOOL. Tha Fiya Hnndrstl Popili Left ia Order, Over a Hundred Usinj tho Fire-Eioaps. Five hundred men nnd boys were at tendins nlsht school In Grammar School No. 49, on Kist Twenty-third street, last evening, when fire was discovered on the second floor. That there was no pnnle was due to the cool-headedness of Principal Joseph O. Furey. The wife of the Janitor saw the flamea at s I. M, In the private room of the Principal of the primary department, hhe ran upstairs and told Mr. Furey, who vvus teaching a class. Mr. Furey eiuletly Informed his pupils that the building was on fire, but that they hnd plenty of time to get out safely. Then ho sent messengers to the teachers ln the other rooms, nnd bounded the alarm from the box in the building, Ten mln utea later the scholars, ench class led by Its teacher, left the building In perfect order. About one hundred nnd iifty used the flie-escape. They had benn trained for Just such nn emergency. Tho fire escape whs used by tho two Oermun clnscs on the fourth floor. When Frank A. Tugllnbtie, their In structor, heard of the (Ire, he rat at the piano and nlaied "Grant's .March." After playing a few bars he ordered his pupils to the fire-escape, nnd they went like soldiers. They were watched by the lin menso throng outtlde of the lire lines. When the last man had reached the side walk the crowd broke into a cheer. Tho damage will not exceed ROOO. It was confined to tho room where It started and nn adjoining class-room. Its origin Is a mystery. There was no stove In th room, not even gas, and It was tightly locked The room also con tained the library of the primary de partment. Under Fifteen Administrations. (SpM-UI li Til World I OWHOO. dan. 24.-Chnrlcs n. Truman, aged eighty-six. Is no longer postmaster at riemlngvllle. Ills successor Is W. H. Iienton, Just nppoinfd. Mr. Trumun held the ofllce of postmaster continuously under Tyler, Polk, Tnylor, Fillmore, Pierce, Huchannn, Lincoln, Johnson, Grunt. Haves, Gurfleld, Arthur, Cleve land, Harrison, nnd Cleveland again. When Baby vtos tick, vto gare her Castorlo, When ahe was a Child, sho cried for Castorla, When the became MUs, ahe cliuur to Castorla, When an had Chll dren, the care them CastorU, Election Notices HTATB OF NKW OKkI KXKCUTUK CHAMBER. Whereas. A vacatur t-xluts In the oOlca of Rem rricntatlre In Congress (or tha Fifteenth Co. greanJonal District of the State of New Yorfc caused br the resignation n Ashbcl V. FUck, bo term of ofllce would f vt expired on tU fourth clay or March Mitt; ai". Whereas Tho Constitution ths United Statu provides that "When mcan-los baDpen In tit eprrsentatlon from any Stat? tho Eectitiro au thority thereof shall issue writs of election ta UN sqrh vacancies;" and Whereas, The laws of the State provide- ihat "Upon tho oci.urrence of a ncancy In any elec tiro orHca hkh cannot b nileJ by appointment for a perltl cTtenJIns to or b)ond the next Ceneral election at which a person nay t 1 rioted thereto, the Governor shall make p recla mation of a special elect Lot. to fill such oftlcv. specifying the district or county In which tht 1 election Ik to be teld aod the day thereof which shall ba not less than Ifcinty cor nor thaa forty days from the date of th proclamation, and Uhcreas, A pruclanatkn was ImuuI by ma oa tha twrntynlnih day of December, ultimo, ap pointing an election to be held lu the said Fif teenth Lonrenrtonal Dlxtrht on Tuesday, tht t twenty-third day of January, Instant; and WhercAV It now appears to my satisfaction that the i1.H fixed for such election docs not permit of sufficient time for th proper boldln-i of polltl on I primaries and conventions and the auhst qt. nt filing of nominations In aciordanct with Now, Therefore. I do hereby revoke and annul tht afi.remcntloned proi lamatlon nf date Decamtiar 2, 1(193, ai aforesaid, end I, Roswell I. Flower, loernor cf the Stste of New Yo-k. do hereby dlrtct that an election for a Representative In ' the Flttv-tMrd ConRress of the ITnlteJ States for tha Fifteenth Congressional District of said State Ib tho place or thd said Ashbel V rttch. ba held ln the said Flftecnh Cnne-retslrmal District o Tuesday, the thirtieth !a nf January, 1S94, said lection ti be held tnd rnnductcI In the manner prescribed by law for tho ilt-ctlcn ot represents HlS In Congress at general eltxtlons. In Witness hereof I havs here nntt signed my nsmo and nfflxed the privy (Im 8.) seal of tho State, at the Capitol In tht ctt of Albany, this second day of Jan uary, In the year of our Iord oat tbrusand eight hunured and ninety-four K03WEI.L P. FLOWUR. Cy tha Governor: T. S, WIU.1AMS, Private Secretary. (Indorsed) , Filed Jan 2. 1104 ANDUKW D-WIDSOV, Deputy Secretary cf Stat. Stata of New crk. I OFTICn OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE ( I have compared the preceding copy of procla mation with the original thereof on file In this of!W, end do berebv L,eitlfy that tha same Is a correct trantclpt t her. from, and uf tha whott thereof. Ulven under mv band and the seal of office of tha Secretary of State, at the clt of Albany, thit third day ot January In the year ona thousand eight hundred and ninety-four (Seal) JNO PALMER. Ferretiry of Stata. bTATK Or-rNB lOKK. Exccutlo Chamber. Whereas A vacancy exists In the office of Rep resentative In Congress for tbi Fourteenth Con greaalonal District of the State or New York, caused by thj resignation of John It. Feltowa, whoso trm nf ofllce would have expired on tht fourth daj of March, 1S93; and tthereai. The Cunstliutlo'i of the United State provides that "when vacuncien happen ln the rep resentation from anv state the Kxeiuthe author ity thereof shall Imuq writs of election to fill auth vacant let. ' and. Whereas The laws of t'ne State provide that "upon the nccurrenio of a acape In any ttectlrt otTft which cannot be filled b appointment for a perlol extending o or beyond the next general election at which a Dcrsoo may be elected thereto, tha Governor shall make picclo.natlor. of a special election to fill such ofllce, specifying the district or con nt v In which the election 1 to be held, and the day thereof, Mrh hall be not Jss than twenty nor more than forty daa fron the data of the prorUmation," and. Whereas. A proclamation was Issued by me oa tha twrnty-ulnth da) of December, ultimo, ap pointing an election to be held In the raid Four teenth Congressional District un luewday, tht twenty-third day of, January Instant; and Whereas It new appears to mv sitU'actlon thit the data fixed for such election does not permit of sufficient time or tha proper holding of political primaries and con vent Inno and the subsequent filing of nominations In a-cordanc nlth lawj Now, therefore, I do hcrrby revoke and an mil tha Aforementioned proclim.Ulon of date Deecmber : HJ. as aforesaid, and I, Roswell P. Flower, Gov rnor of the Sia o of New Ycrk, do hereby direct that an election for a Representative In tha Fiflv-thlrd Congress of lh United Ftatei. for tha Fourteenth Congressional District of said State, In tht place oi ih said John R. fellow , ba heU In the said Fourteenth Congrevslnnal Dis trict o.i Tuesday tha thirtieth day of Januny. 1894: said election le Iw held .ind conducted It the ra-nner prescribed by law for the .ectlon of Representatives in Corgrass at general ..cctlons In witness whereof, have lereunte) flgned my name and affixed (be privy aeal of the Mate, at the Capitol, In tht (L S.) city or Alban, this second day of Janu ary, In tho ear or our Lord one thua nnd eight hundred and ninety-four. ROSWELL P. FLOWER By tha Governor' T. S. WILLIAMS, I. hats Secretary. (Endorsed) Filed Jan. ISO ANDREW DA VIIH ON. Deputy Secretary nf State. STATE OF NEW OnK. I Ofllce of tht Secretary of State. as I have compared the preceding copy of proelara tlon with the original thereof on fllo In this olSct, ana do hereby .erttfy that tho same Is a correct transcript therefrom, and )f tha whole thereof Given und-r my hsitd and the seal of office nf tht ' Secretary of State, at the city or Albany, tali tllrd daj or Jar.uiry, In the ear ona tbousaad eight hundred and ninety-four. (Seal ) JNO PALMER. Secretary nf Bfite Railroads. "AMERICA'S GREATEST RAILROAD NfEWYORK ' (etral. 'b HUDSON RIVER R. B. lreini Oraiul c'euirnl Wot 01, 4M M,: 8.30 A. M -l.ii-ept hilliiliu hmplre Htt Kxnies'. 1 uuest IrHiu n llu world .. 11.3(1 A. M. inllj lii-t .Mull . ur lliillalo, Nl- fftira Fulls, e hie av . 10.30 A. M. hxevptMiidij. Hov Kxpress. . I.OU I'. M.-1)ull lor Clucasn, L'liicliiiiitil una Hi, I.m 1 . 3,30 r. M.-Kv. Hundny. 1-or Albany and 'I roj. 1.30 I'. M. -Hulls. Ne Voik nnd HilroW Mlilllcit. line) l lei plitnil 7 411 A. VI.. Detroit li '.'ft A. Jl., I'lniaru ft. JUT M. 0.00 I'. M -Dull), l-or I'leii'lniiil. lKtrut, ( ti'razii unil M. Ixnils O.SJ V. .V. -linlly. 1'ur llurlliistun, I'Ulu- h&tK and Mmitreiil 7.301', M, -Iinllj. Kir lliiniilo ni-el Nlnrar. lulls. Dully, rxirpt-Mindiiy, torHr,uio l.ak..untl Miiluni. I ll ).) I' M,-I)nll. Oiili Wci'pliisCii-I'lisM'ii-I i:mn lur HiKlifsiiM ennlveliiil Hue tnlln I 11. 1 o I'M. Dull) lort lileit ouud iiKdi'iisuiirar, ' , mid iixerpt Mind i Tori ape' Vim e nl. 0.10 A. .M. iiml 3 ill P, M. - Dulls Mie-P-Miuiilii) fori itll t-lil via lUrlrnilHrlMiiii. , niine'i lMlucp t'urs on ull tliroiu.li Iru'm, Tltke1! und Wiururr i iUppb ut (Irnnd tinlrvj Hlntlon. li.i, 'JL1, -I1J, 7H5, IUJ llr..mu. 'iU eil in, law ove . , o.l M . hi l'.r.lli M. iiml I.Mh . itall in .s,. orl. ,UU VVmliliiglnn t.. T'-IU ul toj '. ni(174 lln.uliuy 1 D , llmnkltii. Hut-i(Hi. clierketl from hotel or reMldi'iiro hy til. VV Micoit Kxpres Coiupanv . JOHN M.TilUl'lJY. Ol.rtllUKII. IIANIBIA. i.oncrol Maniuicr (li n'l I'liurnicvr Ajint. FREERERflEDY- Vitality rMtored. Hmnll, weak nrcans dertl ope4. lninou-ncy. Vnrlcoceleucd all effecti.o' early errora cured. Never relurnt. I will !adj .nd to all ulteren a rcelpo that cured me. I,. Urndley, bos a., 28 Uaitle Creek, MUb. IB