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ABERDEEN. MISSISSIPPI. A SUCCESSFUL LAWYER. lie neaped the logic pile on pile, the erMeneo still hiitlicr, The compel on the other sid ho hinted was a liur. lie said hi client was a well-known sontlemnn ami scholar. And that hi side had neTor paid their witness es a tlolhtr. He told them of the orphan's moans, the bao oppressor" sneers. And, pilniir putting mountain deep, moved nil the Court to tears. Hesniil: ' I eame not here for l'amo, nor yet tor pnl try jrold; But justice is a thins;, my friends, that never can he sold:" And then at the rascality filled with Indignant rain'. Declared the uct unparalleled in any previous airo. Ho said that such a perjured wretch ne'er breathed luealh the sun, And, rising in his legid might, asked that the right lie dono. He quoted lllaek-itone. Chltty, Dumin, that no one could dispute, And said his "ehiiiu of reasoning" uo lawyer could rel'ule. He told the "honest, lawful men" to judge alone hy fact. And not lie swayed hy empty speech and mere word.jugsrling tact. Ho wound up with a " glowing scene" that moistened every eye, And teok his seat t j meditate on his stupen dous Uu. t Centura Mi(iazint. HOW FRENCH DETECTIVES WOKK. Sonic live or x roars ago, being ou a visit to Paris, 1 went to see n friend, a French gentleman 1 hail known for many years, who, with his wife anil only laughter, .lived an seound in a small house in the Fniiborg St (Jet-main. I fimnii the family one and all iu (he frroutost possible excitement. During the night thcirdoniicile had been broken into, and property to the value of about thirty thousand " francs, consisting of plate, jewels, money and bond.' had been stolen. My friend was by no means a rich man, ami the loss was to him a very serious one. The strange part of the a.Tairwas that no one seemed lo have the slightest ideit by whom, or bow, the lost things had been taken. They were kept in a large iron-clamped chest, which was-never moved out of the suite a manter, and which was found in its usual plaet next morning, nut with the lo-k forced open The servants of the family were onlv two in number, and consisted of an'oklerivi man and his wife, who had been in the j same service for more than ten years. They did not sleep on the samt! lloor as their master and mistress; but, as is ' usual m Pans, occupied a room some stories higher in the manxarrf,: or at tie. Tney had a key by w hich to let them selves in from the back stairs to the kitchen in the morning; but at the time of the robbery neither one nor the other bnd been in the dining-room where tins chest was kept, until after niv friend's daughter had found out what had happened. The lady of the family had locked the chest-it was her usual habit before she hail retired to rest the previous night. Thn key was found hanging on a nail at the head of bcr bed. it's usual place. The theft must lixve been committed between eleven p. m., when the chest was locked, and eight a. m., when her daughter discov ered the loss. The concierge declared that no one save those who lived in the bouse had passed his lodge during those tours. The door of the apart incut open ing on the main stair-ease was found locked, and the key on Ihe inside. Al together it was a most mysterious busi ness of which no one could make any thing save that Ihe property had van ished, therefore it must have been taken by some one. My friend resolved to go at once to the Rue de Jerusalem the Scotland Yard of Paris and ask the authorities to impure into the matter. I suggested an aiad de. -police or policeman from the nearest station might be called, but was told that that un- not the way that they did things in Paris. The police men that keep order in the sti ts, anil those whose business it is to discover what has become of stolen properly, tire two departments perfectly distinct from each oilier, lieing anxious to see how our neighbors managed all'airs of this kind, and w hether they were better up to their work than " our London de tectives, I accompanied my friend to the Prefecture de Police, where lie sent in his card, and we were at once ushered into the presence of a quiet-looking elderly gentleman, one of the suits-tjhj' of the department, who looked more like a bank manager, or head clerk in a large mercantile nouso, i nan a man whose occupation was to indicate where 1he thieves ami others who were "wanted" could be laid hailds on. A Frenchman is nothing if he is not polite. The individual into w hose sanc tum we were, shown welcomed us with a civility which nothing could exceed, lie heard my friend's story from lirst to last, made a few notes with a pen in a kind of diary which he had on his desk, and now and then asked a question or two respecting the house ami apart ment w hich hail been robbed, the ser vants, visitors and other inatlers. Hut tic did not detain us long. The inter iov was over in twenty minutes. The ruMK-rirthcm told my friend that he would send one of his subordinates to -ee the chest the next day. In the meantime would my friend' prepare a list, and as minute a description as pos sible of the property that had been stolen? As a rule Frenchmen, no mat ter to w hat rank of life thev belong, have the greatest possible respei- for all who are in any wav connected with the police, and never Jream of disput ing what they say; but-my friend was somewhat annoyed at what, he deemed useless delay, and asked whether the police-agent could not be sent at once. Tim soux-chef, however, overruled his objection, atid said it was best, for many reasons the agent should not go to the house till next day. "In the lirst. olace," he said, "I ifo not wish any one but yourselves to know that the gentle man w ho w ill call on you to-morrow is in any way connected with the noliee. He will send up a card, ami you will bo kind enough to receive him as a friend talk to him of the robbery in the pres ence of your servants as you would to any casual acquaintance." He then turned to me and said, laughingly: "VVc do not manage these affairs as you do in London. We don't affiehc our police; we don't send constables he pronounced the word "eoncstalinl" to make a fuss and put every one on their guard; we like to do things quietly; the result is better." He then bowed us out, and we took our departure, not over-assured as to what the upshot of the a flair would be. "Un monsieur qui desire vous voir," said my friend's man-servant next dav, putting a card into his master's hanil, just as we were finishing our mid-day meal, anil a gentleman-like, middle-aged man was shown in. He was close shaved as to the chin and upper lip, but wore small whiskers, more like an English man of business of ten years ago than a native of la -frum p, ifo was well but not fashiona bly nressea, ana carrion a small cane. with which he kept gently tapping his boot when not speaking. While the servant was in the room he confined his conversation to generalities, and gave ins opinions ireeiv on tne political sub jects of the day. When mv friend spoke of the robbery and pointed to the chest out of which the property had been taken, he merely glanced at it, looked at the lock for a moment, and turned the conversation. Ho asked Madame to call her maid unit talk to her on some indifferent sub ject. This was done, and I watched his face during the time the woman was present; but he merely looked at her once, and continued timing to me. The only point on which ho seemed really anxious was to obtain a fuller description of the articles lost than that he hail been already furnished with. My friend otlcred to give him detail then and there, but he declined to wait for it, on the plea that by prolonging his visit he might arouse suspicion among the servants. We suggested meeting him near the line de Jerusalem; but he laughed at the idea, saying that if he M'ere once seen near the poliee-ollice his occupation would lie gone, as he would be no longer of anv real use as an agent of the police. So an appointment w:is made to meet at the Late du Jlelder on the lioiilevards, where a more detailed description of the lost property should lie given to him. ile then took his leave, but I asked me to accompany him down stairs, so as to impress the concierge with the idea that he was an acquaint alloc ot some standing, tietorc arriving at the bottom. 1 found my friend hail managed to dirt v his coat in a manner which necessitated his turning into the concierge's lodge to borrow a clothes brush, thereby gaining an opportunity of casting an eve round the small room and on its occupier. To me, being initiated, the object, was palpable, though quite unsuspected by the in dividual in question. When the brush ing was over we walked out together, and in the course of conversation wo touched upon the way in which some persons can so disguise t heniselves as to hide their individuality from their most Ultimate friends. . I expressed myself as being do iblful w hether this could be really done, pro vided tlie parties to be deceived were on the lookout for such deception. Mv companion dillcred from me, and of fered to disguise himself so effectually that he would, in the course of the next twenty-four hours, speak to me for at least ten minutes without arousing my suspicions. I accepted the challenges and staked the price of a ih jatucr at any nifc he would like to name. He agreed, and the very same day won the bet in the following manner:' Shortly after leaving the detective, I met an old friend, who asked nietiviine with him at Versailles that evening. I agreed to do so, but could not leave Paris as early as my friend intended to do, and therefore told him I should go down by the fli.'lO train from tho dare SI. La.aro. 1 did so; nnd as I got into a lirst -class carriage, I remarked a short, gontlenianly-looking man, with white hair, who followed me into the same compartment. Frenchman-like, he be gan to talk about things in general, and w'e chatted, more or less, nearly all the way to Versailles. When within ten minutes or so of our destination, my new friend quietly took off his hat, pulled oil' a wig, got rid of a moustache, and to my utter amazement sat revealed before me as my friend, the detective! How he had managed to lind out that I was going to Versailles which I had no idea of myself wheo I left him or how he had so effectually concealed his ap pearance that I, sitting within three feet of him. had no idea he was the man I had left some four hours previously, are problems which I cannot solve. The detective himself onlv laughed when I asked him how he had contrived it. Ho was evidently greatly flattered at the amazement 1 displayed; but beyond showing me with some pride his wig and moustache, he was very reticent, and would enter into nodctaii. That lie had fairly won the breakfast there could be no doubt, but he said he would rather put oil' the event until he could see his oav ii.rt iu Mliriuei or IH1L 111! Mlotl 1 1 1 lie able to recover a part or the whole of tlie properly w hich my friend had lost. We then parted, he taking tho train back to Paris, I going on to the house w here 1 was engaged to dine. This was on Thursday evening. On the next Monday, about eleven a. ni.,the waiter of the hotel where 1 was staving told me that a e-enlleman wished to speak to me He was shown' up, and this time the detective was not . dis guised. He told me that, for reasons w hich I would learn later, he thought it better to come to me than to go to my friend's house in the Faubourg St. Ger main. He said be had good news; for that he believed the greater part of the stolen property had been recovered, and asked me to go to the Prefeeturede Police on the following day, about two p. m., and to take my friend with me. We did so, ami found'that what the de teeiive had told nie was true. Among other valuables that had been stolen was a canvas bag containing between two nnd three hundred napoleons. These had disappeared; "but the jewelry, the plate, and, what was still more surpris ing, the bonds, payable, as all such doc uments are in France, at porlcttr (to the hearer), had been found, and were ready for my friend to identify. This was easily done, but nothing was al lowed to 'be toucht d for the present, as it would have to be sworn to at the trial, which would shortly take placo. When my friend returned home.he found that while he was at the Prefecture the concierge had been arrested for conniving at the theft, and in the lodce was found, in a hidden cupboard, tile bag containing the money. In a word, w ithout fuss, publicity, or loss of time, the w hole of the properly which had been stolen a week before was iu the hands of tho police. In ten days morn the trial was over. The concierge and two of his relations were each con demned to live years of Iravanxnrces (penal servitude), my friend got back the whole of his property, and, what to me as an Englishman seemed much more extraordinary, the total expense of the proceedings came to something like one hundiel francs. Even this payment was nearly all voluntary, for my friend insisted upon making a small present to the detective, who had dono his work so well. To give any details as to how the valuables were found, or how tho rob bery wits traced to the concierge, is not in my power. The French police tiro very rcliecnt, particularly in cases like the one I have attempted to describe. They have a theory that publicity on such occasions is a very great mistake and hinders justice. -Slnvmillnn s Mag azine, In all cases a cow should bo milked regularly and si ripped clean. No doubt this has much to do iu forming good milking tribes of cattle, by encouraging a full development of the milk pdanij;,,-.' ."Im:ujq Journal. In the battle of Cedar Mountain, lougnton August y, isii2, the 28th llegi mont Of .New York Volunteers, aftm losing nearly half its officers and men, including its Colonel, was captured, to gether with its regimental flag. Thu nag bore no name or inscription, but tho men who carried it cutia piece onto! one corner before it passed out of their possession, so that it might be identified. It was never seen again by any membor oi me regiment until a lew days ago Col. E. F. Brown, who win Lieutenant Colonel of the 28th New York at the bat tle of Cedar Mountain, who lost an arm in that action, and who has since the war been thecustodian of the piece cut from the flag, accidentally discovered the flag itself in this city iu a collection of recaptured Union colors found in Richmond when that city was taken in 18G5. He wrote to the Secretary of War on behalf of the surviving mem bers of tho regiment, asking that the flag be restored to them. The request was granted, and in pursuance of an order issued by Adjutant-General Drum, the flag was turned over to Col. Brown, and will bo presented to tho surviving members of the regiment at their next annual reunion. N. 1'. Times, Many of our Senators and Repre sentatives are able linguists. Ex-Minis-ter Kasson speaks and writes Spanish, Italian, German and French. Perry Belmont, who is a Harvard graduate, is a master of French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese. Sunset Cox knows French well, lias a traveler's knowledge of the modern Utngues, and is a good Greek and Latin scholar. Senator Ransom, of North Carolina, is always reading Horace and quoting Latin. Senator Lamar is a devotee of French and tho classics. Senators Pendleton and Bay ard are classically inclined, and Butler, of South Carolina, is a fine Lalinist. Mr. Edmunds runs to Cicero and law, Latin and French, as does Mr. Harrison, of inuiana. " "I remember," says tho celebrated Wesley, "hearing my father say to my mother: 'How could you have the pa tience to tell that blockhead tho same thing twenty times over?' 'Why,' said she, 'if I had told him but nineteen times I should have lost all my labor ' " Uiasgow aiming limes. tho 7'i'wm, of Philadelphia, we observe: Mr. John Mctirath, l'jyf! Christian street, was cured by St. Jacobs Oil o! sevcro rheu matism. A T.Anv s.lvs thiit. it tukng mnnv men fi whnl lifetime to learn to carry a ten-dollar bill home wuuoui urcuK.nar it. Jiustuii uiuOe. Cave Instnntancous relicf. St. Jacobs Oil. Neuralgia. Prof.Tiee. ,S'f. Louis Fost-Dhjiahh. It does not always do to credit neonle with over-sensitiveness. Tho other dav one of our rising younir pianists," savs a San Francis co paper, waairivini; his opinion of the vul garity and meanness displayed by our gold- tish aristocracy. "Why," be said, "for In stance. 1 was invited to attend a mnriralt at the house of old Kuhbtpt, on Nohb Hill. .Of course 1 played a good deal to entertain the company; and, when I left, old F., as he shook hands, slipped into my hand a twenty dollar gold piece.1' "Why, the old humbug I" said one of his auditors indignantly, "what did you dot" " Why you just bet I" got even withbiinl I threw tho money on the lloor and left., atter exchanging the coin for a coun terfeit, twenty 1 happened to have inmv nock. et just then; don't yon sect" "Capital Idea thatl Served the otdvulgar'an right !" "Yes. It was a huge Idea: but the trouble wns that his twenty turned out to boa counterfeit too!" Spring Fever. Persons should not think IIl-IiIIv of that feeling of extreme ilebilitv, so common in the spring of tlie year. It is often the forerunner ot a year oi ill health. It renders the svstom very susceptible to disease, and is cauM'd by the blood bcinir 11:1c. t witli i olsonoiis humors. The biood, by all means, should te kept healthy, otherwise its power to assimilate nu tritious icon uccomesiinratrcu, and dyspepsia, liver-complaint, headache, nervous debilltv. extreme languor, weak kidnevs, want of phys ical and mental endurance, and general pros tration Is the result. Since prevention is bet ter than cure, don't wait lor the linul resultof springtime indisposition, when the first symp toms of languor are manifested, but begin uiug Dr. Iluysntt s Yellow Dock and Sarsapa rilla. As a spring ini'iticiuc, it excels all other remedies, gently but surely expelling the poisonous blood humors with which the svs- tem heroines impregnated, hy tho incidental effect of changeable winter weather. It makes the ttlood red, rich and pure, causes it to cir culate with more vim, enables it to renew the wasted tissues, and carries strength anil vitality to every weakened part of the human system, ro-loriug impaired bo lilv functions, and cheeking all decay of the uriiinrv. digest ive, and iiitlmoiiarr nrtoins. which. If lieirleeted. too often ends In a prematura grave. "Dwo vas almost crioturh. budt dreevas ton Mcntv," rcmaikid Hans, when his best girl asked htm to take her mother along to a dance. Mil. Hornier B. IIaiitov, of Dayton, Ohio, Writes: "1 wish every one to know that Dr. (iuysott's Yeilow Dock and Sarsaparilla has cured me of severe dyspepsia and uriuary tioubles. It has made me very strong." Avnioixn the vulgar: Miss Aramlnta Oush Ington speaks of the "solemn season of loaned." She never could bring lierelf to say Lent. It is so painfully vulgar, you know. Huston TrmwTijtt. . New style of Western joke: Suppose there was a man named Icular, and ho had a dog. When they were together they could not lie down recausc they would have to remain purp-aud-Icular. A'eu? Xvrk (Ji-apldc. Father Is Getting Well. My daughters say, "Howmuehhetterfather Is Bince he used Hop Bitters." Ho Is getting well after his long suffering from a disease de clared incurable, and we are so glad that lie used your Bitters. A lady of Rochester, N. Y. Utica Herald. THE JIAIIKETS. NEW YORK, March 20, ISM. CATTT.K Exports fJOTTilX Middling H ,i il ' Hi mil lo i ,'hoiee. . WHEAT No. !1 lied No. 2 Spring conv-No. a Vi ou 12 no I'JJf 8 60 1 .id 1 30 75 62 18 23 5 IX) 1 t)7 l as- 74 r.u 17 73 uats-Western Mixed r.il l'OItli Standard Mess 17 73 m ST. LOUIS. COTTON'-Miildlina BEEVES Choice 1 air to Good Native i 'ows Texas Steers IIOCS Coniino.i to M'leet.... SI I KKI' Fair to Choice KMH til X XX to Choice WHEAT No. 2 Winter No. 3 0OR-Vo. -t Mixed OATS No. i RYE No. 2 TOBACCO Dark Lugs . .. , Medium DnrkLeaf HAY Choice Tiinothv Blt l TEIt-Cholce Dairy KliOS Choice II IKK Standard Mess BACON Clear Itlb LAUD I'rlnie Steam WOOL Tuli-washed,me4iiim at 11JT Kt 6 fill U i 61) ui 4 115 r 6 40 its 7 liO tit fi 75 ra li 00 (is 1 2 lit 1 2t a - ml 1,1 4'.) ' Ml a o 50 a it no ' 21 IK) ne as to 14 (to 18 () 6 41) 4 Ml :i ;.u 3 23 t 7 3 4 IK) fi 25 1 27 1 2:1 (13 4S SH 4 23 8 III) 2U'M 117 lil 17 75 a vw 111),' :i5 ' II) lu.V 37 23 uuwiuuieu 22 , CHIOAGO. CATTLE Exports It JO IH)i;s liood to choice 0 (HI HIIKEI' tiood to choice no B 75 "i m (it 6 50 H 00 II 75 to 1 :U IS 1 (HI a ii2 to 41 to Kt a 17 50 FLUUK Winter. (1 50 5 50 1 :a 1 OS in Soring WHEAT No. 2 Spring.. No. 3 Spring. COI!V-N'o.2 DATs No.'.' 11 V E l'ORK-Ncw Mess 4.1 a:l .. 17 KANSAS Itl'I'V CATTI.E-Nnilve steers " Native Cows HOOS-HiilosHt WIIEAT-No. 2 " No. 3 COIIN No. 2 Mixed OATS-No.3 NtW ORLEANS nnrn-liluh liradea. COKN-Whlte 6 no 3 25 6 50 1 111 m. on 4ii ra 6 50 4 511 6 75 1 IS or Id 47 6 25 Ol 7 23 mi on OATS Choice, Ml HAY -Choice 24 HI l'l lllK- Me.-w Is 00 H ('l)N-( lear Itil) o corros-Middiii.g to in m 25 no IS 25 in un, to l Tnn .latent frsthetto slane tlie ladies ura vhon reprovine their admiring cciiUcmen friends is : ' Tou flatter too awfully perfectly H1UCU." JJOnOH j-uh. . "Now Well and Strom." PniFMiN, Illinois. Dr. R. V. rinurF, Buffalo, N. Y. : Dear Air I wUta tostatethat my daughter, upred IS, was pronounccu lneursoie ana was iaat tailing as the doctors thought, with consumption. I ob tained a half dozan bottles of vour "Ontilin Medical Discovery" for her and she commenced Improving at once, and is now well and atron;. pry truly jours, jtBT. ISAAC n. AUGUST1N. "Liiseovery" sold DT arugguu. A new shade of feminine (roods Is "crushed carrot." No doubt a color called "mashed cuatard pie" will be brought out in season for pic-me wear. -I orrMown lttraia. Blek-Hfiadacha, Mns. J. C. IlKXDEKflox.'of Cleveland, Ohio. writes: "The use of two of Pierce's 'Pleasant eurcatire relicts' a day, lor a tew weeks, has entirely cured mcof sick -headache, from which 1 formerly suffered torribly, as often, ,on an average, us ouce iu icuuays. Ul ail ui llgglsts. A mas with a felon on hishandti entitled to sympathy. How much more the keeper of the State Triton, who has a great many. JmiixU courier. Youxo and middle-aged men, snfTerlnirfrom nervous ueouny anil Kinilreu alleetlnns, as loss of nlcmorv and hvnochomlria. should in. close three st iintis for" Part VII of World's Dispensary Dime Series of pamphlets. Ad dress Wom.n's Disi'ExsABV .Meiucai, Asso ciation, Iiullalo, . I. Is Its fashion notes for the week the Boston Lvmmerruu Uutletin says: "Coupons aro not cut Dy us." "Puescmptiov begins In Ignorance and ends in ruin." On the other hand, the pro duction of Kldncy-Wort began with wise cau tions am) scieutiile research, and Its use cuds in restoring shattered constitutions and en dowing men and women with health and napplness. "My tormented back." is the ex. donation of more than one poor hardworking man ana woman: uo you Know why It aches' It is because your kidnevs are over-tasked mid need strengthening, anil your system needs to ne cleansed oi bad humors, lou need Kid ney-Wort. OriTEAtr could never sleep at proper hours, cursed Willi abnormal activity, his nerves were always on the qii wee. Could he have had tlie soothing benefit of Dr. Benson Celery and Chamomile Pills, his wretched brains would not have raged with Improper fancies. Dr. Benson's Skin Cure Is already becoming as famous as bis Pills. It ts a sure cure lor all diseases of Skin and Scalp. Women that hare been bedridden for years have been entirely cured of female weakness by the use of Lydia F.. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Send to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 2M Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pam- pmeis. , It Is Jnt the thing In St, Louls.whcn a new restaittant or boarding-house is started, to advertise that they use tha Chatter Oak Range; it draws. 8-4 "Diamond Dyes will color anything any color, and never full. The easiest and best way to economize. Only ten cents. Sold by All UI UgIBL9. Sold everywhere is Frazer's Axle Grease. Dupenor to ail others. Try it aud be happy. Good dinners are only possible when you have good materials to cook, a good cook and a Charter uak ltange to cook with. Rkinnt Mev. "Wells' Health Itcncwcr" re stores neauu nnd vigor, cures Dyspepsia. (1. IP afflicted with Sore Eyes, use Dr. Isaac luompson-s tsyew ater. urugglsls sell IU 26c. Am. countries that keep samples of the nest pronuru or tne labor of other people, tor exhibition for their own workmen, use the Charter Oak ltange as a sample of the best of its kind ever made. 7-5 AS USL'SUAL Fl'RORE. A ltocent Kieltnment Investigated by tha Herald find tlie Kesulta Made Public. (Cterfumf, ft, JfrralJ.)" A lew weeks ago we copied into our col umns from the Rochester, N. Y., Democrat and Chronicle "A Remarkable Statement," made by J. B. Hcnlon, M. D., a gentleman who is well known in this city. In that arti cle Dr. Hcnlon recounted a wonderful experi ence which befell him, and A few days there after we published from the same paper a sec ond article, giving au account of tho "Excite ment In Rochester," caused by Dr. llcnion'a statement. la the first article Dr: Hcnion stated that for a number of years, np to last June, he had been altllcted with what seemed at first a most mysterious trouble. He felt unaccountably tired at frequent intervals; he bad dull and indefinite pains in various parts of bis body and head, and Was very hungry one day and entirely withotit appetite the iical jionever, as a pnysiuian uo thought, and so did hts fellow physicians, that he wa sutlcrlng from malaria. But he grew worse, and was Anally obliged to give up a large and lucrative practice. Mtill he was not conscious of ills danger, nor that a monstrous dlseaso was becoming fixed upon him, although all his organs liad become gradually weakened. The symptoms above described cont inued, accompanied by others of an aggravated naturu, and he noticed a pecul iar coiof and odor about the fluids he was passing; that they were abundant one day and very scanty the next, and were covered with froth or tilled with brick-dust sediment. But even then he did not rcalizo his real and alarming condition. At last, however, ho was brought face to face with the fact that be w as a victim of a most terrible disease, and he made heroic eltorts for recovery. He traveled extensively and consulted the best physicians, but they could give him only temporary re 1 cf, and that principally in tho form of mor phine. And so he grew steadily and con stantly worse uutil his life became a torture. His pulse was uncontrollable. He lived wholly by Injections, and for six days and nights ho had the hiccoughs constantly, which are the sure Indication of coming death. When hope aud life wore nearly exhausted his pastor, the Rev. Dr. Koote, foeUir of St. Paul's ( hurch, strongly urged htm to try a means which the reverend gentleman had seen usM with remnrkablo results. Ho objected at first, but finally consented, and was conscious of an improved condition the Hist week. His pains gradually disappeared; his stomach re sumed digestion; his heart becaino regular; his headaches disappeared; he had no more chills aud fever, or acidity of the stomach; he gained twenty-six pounds in tlirco mouths, aud is a well man to-day, being entirely cured of a most pronounced ease of Bright's disease. Although conscious of the consequences from his professional brethren, still as a duty to Ids fellow men, and according to a vow lie made on what he thought was his dying bed, he published 'a card detailing his Illness and remarkable cure. "Since my recovery," lie says, "I have thoroughly reinvestigated the subject of kidney diflicultles and Bright's disease, nnd I believe mors Tnss onb-uai.p TUB IlBATUS WHICH OCCUR IN AUEHICA AH8 CAUSEU BI BltlGHT'S DISEASE or TUB KID NEYS. It has no distinctive symptoms of its own (Indeed, It often develops without any pain whatever in the k'dneys or their vicinity, ) but has tlie symptoms of "nearly every other known complaint. Hundreds of people die dally whose burials are authorized by a physi cian's certificate of "Heart Disease," "Apo plexy." "Paralysis,'' "Spinal Complaint," "Rheumatism," "Pneumnonla," and other common complaints, when In reality It was Bright'! disease of the kidneys. Few physi cians, and fewer people, realize tho extent of this disease or its dangerous and Insidious na ture. It steals into the system like a thief, manifests its presence by the commonest symptoms, and fastens Itself upon the Hie bo f ore the victim Is aware. It is nnorlu as her editary as consumption, quite as to nmon and fully as fatal. Entire families, inheriting It 1mm their ancestors, have died, and yet none of the number knew or realized the mysterious power whirh sal removing them. Instead of common symptoms It often shows none what ever, but brings death suddenly, and ai uca la usually supposed to be hoart disease. The second article entitled "Excitement in Rochester," was made up of interviews with Dr. llenlon himself, who confirmed all said In his card, and also with Mr. H. H. W arner. The latter gentleman did not regard Dr. Hen ion's case as particularly exceptional, because he had known of very many such cures by the same means in all parts ot the land. Kidney diseases, he said, are carrying olt tens iif thousands every year, while Bl ight's disease Is increasing 2."(l per cent, a decade, and yet the ueoole do not realize It or seek to check it until too late, ncrelatcd how a New Orleans medical professor, lecturing on this disease, thinking to show his clsss what healthy fluids Wero, subjected some of his own to a chemical test, and although he had no suspicion of it before, discovered that tie, too, had the dread ed disease, which proved fatal in less than a year. There was also an Interview with the celebrated chemist of tho New York State Board of lfcjlth, Dr. S. A. Lattlmore, who Slid he hail analysed the remedy which cured Dr. Heniun, and found that it was "entirely free from any poisonous or deleterious sub stances." - We have made these condensations In order that all the material facts may be set before our readers. Since the publication of these two article', having liecu besieged with let ters of Inquiry, we sent a communication to Dr. Ilenion and also one to H. H. Warner ifc Co., asking if any additional proof could be given us as to the validity of the statements published. In answer thereto we have re ceived the following letters, which add inter est to the entire subject and wholly verify every statement hitherto made: Rociikster, N. Y., Feb. 2. fiBtfTt.RMEN: Your iavor Is received. The puldishcd statement, over mv signature, to which you refer, is true in every respect, and I owe my lite and present health wholly to the power of Warner's Safe Kidney and Ltver Cure. It Is not, surprising that people should question the statement I made, for my recov ery was as great a marvel to mvself as to my physicians and friends. ' J. B. Hexic, M. D. Roohkstbk, N. Y., Jan. SI, 1SS'2. Pins: Acknowledging vour favor duly re ceived, we would say: The liest proof we can ?ire you that the statements made bv Dr. lenlon are entirely true, and would not have been'publlshed unless strictly so, is the fol lowing tcstim inial from the best citizens of Rochester, and a card published by Rev. Dr. Foote, which you are at lllierty to use If you wish. II. U. Wahxbb Co. To Wliom it may Concern: In the Rochester, N. Y., PnnorriititndChron Me of December SI, 1SS1,' ther.i appeared a statement in the form or a card fr.un Dr. J. B. Hcnion, of this city, recounting his re markable recovery from Bright's disease of the kidneys, after several doctors of promi nence hsil given him up, hv the use of a prep aration manufactured in this city and known as Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure. We arc personally or by reputation acquaint ed with Dr. Hcnlon. and we believe he would publish no statement not literally true. We are also personally or by reputation well ac quainted with H. II. Warner ife Co., proprie tors of this remedy, whose commercial and personal standing iu this community Is of the highest order, and we believe that they would not publish any statements, which were not literally and strictly true In every particular. C. K. Parsons, (Slayor, Rochester.) AVm. Pini'ELi,, (Editor Union and Adver tiser. W. D. PnttAitT, (Surrogate Nronroe County.) F.dwakdA. Kbost, (Clerk Monroe County.) E. II. Fe.nxek, (District Attorney Monroe Countv.) Dan'iei, T. Hunt, (Postmaster, Rochester.) ,1. M. Davy, (Ex-Member of Congress, Roch ester.) John 8. Mokoan, (Special Co. Judge, Mon roe Co.) Hiksw Sim.BT, (Capitalist and Seedsman.) W. C. Rowlkt, (County Julgo, Monroe County. John Van Voottms, (Member of Congress.) Chakles E. FiTcn, (Editor Democrat and Chronicle aud Regent of tlie University.) To the Editor of the Uvirui Church, Chicago, lit.: Will you allow the following card, personal to myself, to appear In your widely-circulated papcri There was published In the Rochester Demo crat and Chronicle of the 81st of December last, a statement msilo by J. B. lTenlon, M. D., narrating how he hail been cured of Bright's disease of the kidneys, almost In Its last stages, by the use of Warner's Safe Kid ney and Liver Cure. 1 was referred to In that statement as haying recommended and urged Dr. llenlon to try the remedy, which ho did, and was cured. Now the republishing of his statement In many of the leading journals of the day has been the cause of an incessant flow of letters to me making many lnnuiries. but chiefly whether the statement Is true, or a mero ad vertising dodge, etc., etc. I beg, therefore, to anticipate any further inquiries and save time and labor, and some postage, by saying that the statement of Dr. llenlon is true, so far as it concerns myself, aud I believe It to lie true In all other re spects. He Is a parishioner of mine aud I visited him In his sickness. I urged him to take tho medicine and would do the samo again to any one who was troubled with a dis ease of the kidneys and liver. ISItAKI, r OOTB, (U. u.,) Rector of St. Paul's Church. Ilocliester, X. Y., January 23, 1SS2. Pkn'O name and address to Crarnn ,fe Co.. Philadelphia, Pa., for cook book free. " Rofoit on Rats." Clears out r.tts, mice. roaches, bed-bugs, gophers, chipmunks. Me. FACTS ABOUT UMBRELLAS. Antiannrlnns mv that tho rnnhrplln, vrn i-.v Tonti'd shortly after the flood, inul Iuih bi'en the lenst nnprovwJ upon ot oil applhincew lor human comfort, tho hhnje .winx nmv us it was in those youthful (Ihvh of tht world. An iimlmlla in iriuch like a pigeon as to tho question of noises- piuu me ihm. out? wiioltw it owns ii. j ne ioi- lowing facts ubout umbrellas especially the last one may servo every reader a splendid purpose sooner or later: To place yourutubreiluin arurk indicates that it is iihout to ehaiiKO. owners. An umbrella carried over a woman, the man setting notlauKbut drippings of the rnin.indicateHcourt Bhin. When tho man has the umbrella and thn Woman tho drippings, it indicates marriage. To carry it at right ancles under your arm (signifies that an eye iJto be lost by the man who follows silk one signifies that "exchange is no roblery.' To lend au umbrella sfmiitics that " T am a fix.l To carry an umbrella just bigh enough to tear out men eyes and knock off men's hnis, signifies I am a woman." To go without an umbrella In a rain-storm shows I am sure of eettinu rheu matism, and will have to use St. Jacobs Oil to get wen. jo keep a lino pmhrella for your own use and a bottle or St. JacoiisOii. always in the house. In ease of rheumatism or neeiiU'iit. would Thn fnllowlnff PnmmnnlnnttnTi In flio oAitnv nf the Halera (Muss.) Jtrnixh shows how an nrtist iroarea ms visitor: "i would have accepted your Aiim mwmuou in vimi you in your new quarters w uujMawuro oeiore tins una not my out enemy, Mr. lillLHirnatifsm. nninicMl nn mo Im snilnlv He arrived last Fridav. nnd. without Ktonoimr m bl-iiu up mn cam, rusneo in nnu grnspcu mo ny the hand with such a grip that in a fcw hours my hand and wrist were so badly swollen and painful that I folt as though one of Mr. Hatch's coaiieams nan run over mo. Mr. Kheunrntlsm has been a constant visitor of mine for several years ; he always swells and put ou a great many airs.ruakiue himself at home, flevourinir mv sub stance and leaving me poor in ilesh aud ixteket. Last w inter he eainc snd stayed two months. I then decided that the next time became I would change his diet. 1 was somewhat at a ioss what to feed htm with, but finally concluded to give him three square mealH a day of St. Jacobs On, morning, noon and night. This wire n Is riia gusted with, and is packingup his trunk ami will leave hy to-morrow or next day ; says Tie cannot stop any longer, as he has pressing Imsiness else where. Hu is a treacherous fellow, and he In tends visiting some of our Salem friends: if he does, just give htm the bume fare that I did and he won't atop long, J. S. Lkfavouh. SW03QPL7I Tor the Cure, nf Cmicln, Colds, Hnsruenesii. Aslhms. nroni'liltlfl. Croup, Iiifluens. Wtumnlna- Ornish. Ini-lp-leiitCon.umpllon. be. Prlre only s bottle. Llbeiral Trats. Mtstskel of Muses snd Anoltles. bend slsmij fur priest tu Ur. tluuue. Leg-burp, Ksn. CJJI) A WEEK, f 13 a day at home easily made. 4)1 & Cuslliouint free. Aildr'sTriw It Co, August. Us. AfiFUTC .ro" miner with lr, Omar's New HUbll I Kerel.t Henk. Newly revised and i n torftd. Uynull.K. Addresn Ulialr fuu'n Co. , Toll do, o. CCC A- WEEK lnvnnrnwntnwn. Termsanil JOOSS oiitatfrse. AildrsH HsIlellWo Portlsnd.Ms. ENTERPRISE CARRIAGE CO., CIN.,0. 'rrltary Ulvnn. CtttMloif im sV re. Dr. lotif. Gov'mt 8urfCon. 8t. Loult. tret Pllet, LtuD.ure aud FUlui with suuiw- AW) Dickiou bfc tC ! Mfl per day at home. Sampleswort,h$5 J (0 IZU mi AuttrasSTiNBON kUa.Pwtlsud.lu. Vb'l"ITH-GENTSWANTEp-Obe.t Kr-Pl.iilni:srilrlesTii Hit world; lsainple rrw. VrWfVj Addrtaa JnT Prnn. Uflrull. Mica. HAIR wtm iynj,Kinitc.o.D.anTWller.Whol6- sls k KMatl. Price Ht trie. Oend.i (ruaraii ieI.B.C.IiTia.l37 Wabash-av.,C'nlaii, UUnUis a I. Jit SI C- ELL If Ctl..l.lnW.M. DB. 1. T. 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Poenjfc. lllnxl rated Fashions and useful Kinnllv h-adlnjr. Addi'tn JAS.GlLMOKK.KlS.X.Mth M ., St. I.nulf , Mo. CONSUMPTION. Thar ftftniltlrr remedy for thf filtov rttseaw: by Ita one thoufwivii. of raws if" ttic wirt kind and of kui itanillng hsvp Ihtji i-iiriil, Inif"'1. mo nintngls mvfuiih in w eiiiciry, timt i win nma j wo hot i lks v kkk, tfiRTiherwiiha VAM'AIH.K THKATISK on this tli ea..oftnyMiiT!T'T. (iivr ICxpr-'M nixl l'.O iKWrrss. 1IH.T.A. Nl.Oi I M, 181 Petii l St., Ni:w Tort HAS BEEN PROVED The 8UREST CURE for e KIDNEY DISEASES. m Ktuilc or Hlanrdfpod nrlna Indi cate that tou are a Tictim ? THEN DO NOT ?jffiU recommend it)and it willopoedily over- HESITATE: um KJOnev-wori, at onoe, (aruK- oome the uImmo and restore neaiiny action. I aril AC -Por aoropitints peculiar lidUlvoi to your sex. auchae pain and weakxieMea, Kinney-wort is unsurpafisea, m it will act promptly and safely. Either Sex. Inoontlnenoe, retention ofurine, brick dust or ropy deposits, and dull drofftrinR OjpaixLS, ell speedily yield to ita curative power. . BOLD Bx ALL DRUOGIST8. Price II. BatsnKsaBHBSBHBKBssasvBwnrauiw vsuubjiiahwum HUM! PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS Jllood, and will comi-U'tt'ly chaiiKO tin; blood In tll i n tlre syKUiu In ihrcn months. Ar,y d-thoii who will tnko 1 1)111 fsch nlyltt from I to 1 wt'i'kn may be rcmoivd to sound health, If such a (IiIiik or ponsIM. bold ev erywhere, or scut hy mall for Mter stanips. I. 8. Joujiitoif & Co., lioHton, Mm, formerly Bangor. Me. waStbd TO CAPTURE KM'S! P.Jt ilfxriz " PROFESSIONAL toctlve.from his rnostux uitiutf rxiwimcrH. The nioHt liitiutt'ly inter esting book ever pub lished. I'niruHHy illus trated, low In jjrii, jind SfWlnOl!MLK- Send for AMI TUB DETECTIVES." special tunus. JI.SCAMiiELL ficCO., St. Louis, Mo, BEST IN THE WOULD! Dellrertyl on Trial, FUDI'. OK CIIAKGE. WILSON'S OSCII.r.ATINO SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE! WO OTHBH I.nsts I.li Time,. 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FARMS improvo I trnd tin hniirovedluiiUaifoi Juiu-tluu Uliy, Davis Comity. Kansas. IIAXET'H FAWrT AI.PHABETdfor ftlfftu , Jl pHlnl'Ts. Wets, stuntmru si(en nnut, man dard Scroll Hook. 91. Srrollfl nnd Oniamf-nU i T.oudol nii. ti .lftMrtii.-m- (Irntiincntiittoti. ti. ISlizn.CarrhitTC. Cur. Kmsro and Deroratlvo I'alnilnK- ct". Cheap Hook of Alpliatieis, ) c.r. ut iiooKMi'iicrs iiiiu paiu. tr ripply Hiurt'H or by mall. JKbbJi liANKV A CO., 1PJ Nasntvu St., N. V. THE ST. LOUIS MIDLAND FARMER Is the neat antl rfieapttt Atrri cultural Monthly. Nrtprth nilUTnH. So clubs. Wr Dhnply ank 2f cents for each tul;tfrlpIlon. Every Parmer wiiittn It. En! n hi I shed ntae ar. Siitnple copy for. S-eeni stamp. Address MI lit. AN II FAllMr.lt, Ht. r.mils. Mo. mUNKENNiSSlASiLY CURED. B-il :', tui'us wiihtin- UouoIj cliiorlilu ot am f ft' tnedy. l.ookn Free. Lkslir K. Kkklbt W D .biug -ouC. it A. It. it.. Uwiytii', III., U..A- rv -! mi wve i rrnt'irv Kivcn, F. K. ii RK H, 5HO rullon Hi., Clilciiira. III. i (iKNTS WANT KWNew Texas Map; also Chart. 1 fi. and Mai of UulUU Htaios. E. 11. l.USd, 'it. Louis. ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL We will send on 30 Days' Trlul : DR, DIE'S (ELEBR.1TED Electro Voltaic Bells AND SUSPENSOHiES, , And other ELECTRIC APPLIANCES FtttfTerlng frnm Nervous Dehlllty, Lot Vitality, Vigor and Manhood, rfsulllnjt from Almnei and other rnttacs; nr 10 any pern on afflietpd with K lien m it lUm, KenrnlKlikt Faralylt, Knlnnl limpul tlra, IMtn RsKiL, llver and ttiducj Ti'oii Mf, hnirtnrei, and other dlaaas of the V ltsvl Orgsni. hirrdy rclir f and oomphiM! rentor lion in Ii. alt h tciiiirnnted. Ttire are thn only I'lretrln AtpllttiHT ihnt hv trvmr beca con alrtiriml upon ftttlcnllAo pi-lnclple. Their thiirotili eftlrucy tnu iwien pmctiejilly pmren wttlt the liiuHt wnmlrlil iiim. W nsv th trstl mony of thrHaiid who hav hfn quickly and rudlcally cuifd by ttirli nse. All we ahIc of any person is to Rive them a trial lor UO days und h convinced end at. ou fur Illustrated Pamphlet) giving all luformutlun Irce. Address VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHAI.T,, Mim. EMPERANCE REVOLUTION Publishes tcmTM-rnnril llteraturf. In Shane anrl price sullffl to ttenerat dlatilhiitliii. Dutlar Ixiuks for A-t. Monthly pupers, lo luill vldual atlilrcasd, S tits, ft year (18 kttnim. fiinta to sow wholt) towns with : ti'tiiiwrance Hi I'i'rti ure Hie year I'oiiiiiI lor a souk. Also, KAltlftor MUI'KkoucK liirliKthiR Library an4 ' Weekly Taper, soclteup pftiny collee-iiun mure than buys tfii'tn. Thirty-six tohnnn catalogue free. bend J ur irin-a live Tcinprraiico work'Ts. hi we can reft '! ibem. Address n, "THIU'KIHM'li EEWU'riW." 14H Mnill.on Mlrr.t, Chicago, III. K 6. U 07 nn - WIIKN WRITIM( 'III AIIVKKTU.KKS Vleass sujr yun saw tlio advertlsiuent In tills paper. Ailvoi'lium's lika tu know when ami wlisf Uieii aavsi UaurnuU axs i H N A H Scolds belt HiiU', Luju or write for piiriu-ulun