The Dalles weekly chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1947, June 23, 1893, Image 1

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Fast Fruit Train Derailed by
I Wreckers.
Ivans I Much-Wanted Man Son
I tag "iis un ,nternu' Jltinorrhauc
and May Ilie.
xt.-.ii.iiih. Tenn.. June 15. A fust
i vii it triiin on the Mniiiltliin. Kansas
fiivX t'.iriiiinirhaiii railway was de
railed by triiinwreckcrs four miles from
Carbon Hill, Ala., today, killing Engi
neer Simons and seriously injuring a
Un-iinin and two brakomcn. 1 lie ilium
pirn erossties on tlie truck and spiked
the'ii 'own, and when the locomotive
Htriirt ilium the whole train went into
lie ilitr!i. Bloodhounds huve been
iiLiivd on the trail of the wreckers.
All Are Afier
Yikai. ia, June 15. S mtag haH un In-
llrri.ul h irrhagc. Physicians ex-
iiim iliin nmrniiiir with the ob-
j-etof tapping him for a discharge of
blood, hill decided he was loo w.'UK ior
un operation.
vvi Kviiiih wiim arrested u warrant
wiih iwtvhiI on him lv a Tulare sheriff
fur i tt- minder of Oscar Beaver. After-
war. I Miotilf Scoit nerve I three warrunts
un him. Shcrilf May, of Tulare, rliuniH
the (.ii-oiH-r, mid w ill try to hold him.
Itvpu'V ienlf Kiipeijc, of I rcsno, IM
' rrc. It i" supposed llfllT 1.VIUIS, hilt I'UII
get J, j iii ooly ufler a contest.
Kviiii- is improving since hin arm wiih
mill iii;ih d yeHterdiiy. No change in
NiI.i.'m roii'litioii. Ahout tomorrow
will he hin critical turn.
Itullwuy I'mjeet lru m
I'.Ui'k )
Washington, June 14 The board,
consist mg "I engineers oi me tirinv unw
three engineers from civil life, appointed
In examine and reiort upon the feasi
bility oi a boat-railwuy or Home other
n,,-t 1 1. t ol improved navigation at The
Dalles li Huhmitted itn reiort to the
wr ilt-ui tmeiit. I'p to the present
time ihe department Iibh refused to
uki- il public, liecause the reimrt wan
... i i
; tnirt.J I iv congress, nun, it ih ciiiiineo,
biikI lie made public in congress.
on'ih ih learned about it, however, to
Jhmw that the boat railway proHition
bii leeeiveil n black eye, also the canal,
Which, it in claimed, would ciwt too
much money. Tlie only scheme ree-
iiiiiieiiih'd by the board ih mint to Lie a
portage railroad.
A ie lnquffHt IIkiiii hy the Coroner
Wahiiinuton, June 15. In accordance
with tlie UeclHion Ol i.niei juniice iting-
Iiiiiii ycHtenlay, lr. I'ltttermin, coroner
l the ilinlrict, lienan a new iii(HCHt tliia
Bioruini! over the remaitiH of tlie victiuiH
f Kriday'H dicaHter. There wiih a
mailer attendance than the previoiiH
i.i v at Willard'i hull, where the inuin-Ht
helil, la'caune niot of Dilonel Aiim
tiirthV uninjured HulxirdinateH were at
llwirdenkH in the new (iiarter Heeured
for lliein. IntereHl III the hchh'ioii of thin
ni-.rn i hi; centered in the Ix-lief that Col
onel AinHWorth would be prenent to in
ii Hint, he bad a ritfht to appear, but
II road wiih (liHaiMioluti'U. K. Koh.i
f'-irv, tl.iloiiel AhiHWorthH attorney,
wh'i-e attempt to nddrcHH the deputy
('ironcr (luring the HepHion on Monday
pr.i-i j,n i, i ,mI the outbreak iiKiiiiiHt Iiih
1 i -1 1 1 . wiih in tin- hall a few miiiutcH be
fole ,(. iniiieHt bewail, lint he withdrew
bcfoie ( 'urn er I'attemoii rapped the jury
to order. Iieiitenaut Amis and a Hp I
"f polietiini'ii were prenent to prenerve
i d.r. .Mr. TIioiiiiih, attorney for the
Dintriel, of Coluinliia, nat to the left of
the coroner to iiscint him in the examin
ation of w itnenHeH. Ah decided Venter'
day by lie. 1'atlernon, the old jury were
ri'Hiiininoued for the new iiMjueHt, and
thin inoruiui; the coroner and the nix
J'li'vinen MeHMrH. Warner, Harvey,
Kibley, Sohtieider, KiiIIokK and Ayre
went to (ilenwood cemeterv and viewed
the body of Frederick I'. I,ofttiH, one of
the victims whowe body lien in the re
ceivinjt vault there. The proeiiiliiiK"
were devoid of Hcunatioual character,
the evidence beinK directed exclusively
to the caiiHeH of the liiiihlinjf h collapHe.
Colonel AinHWorth nddreNNed a letter
tot or(iiier l'atterHon today, complainitit?
that the jury were prejudiced aitaliiHl
him by the ti'Htitnony of dinaU'eclcd
PlerkH and the riotoiiH proceeditic; of the
previoiiH llle(nl iniuiry, and lirnintJ bin
T'wUl to be prenent ly coun.iel and to
ci'oHH-exiiiiiiiin witneHHeH. Coroner I'at
b'ruon refiiHcd the reipieitt. Kxpcrt. ten
tinioriv in to the buililim; wiih taken up
to the rcceM at J
11m Murium lll nut l.nml.
Manaiu'a, NiviiruKiin, June 15.
United StaleH Mininter Ilaker and Senor
CaHtillo, the NicaniKUan m in inter of war,
in an interview today, deny the report
that inarineH have U-en landed from the
cruiner Atluntu at tireytown to protect
cilizenH and intereHts. It in saul tliere id
no toiiudation for the atory. News has
been received that the diHtiirbance wan
canned by a drunken mob In I-eon, but
win! subdued by tlie police and the lead
em Brrented. It wai a local afl'air.
F.verythitiK in quiet there now, but the
local authorities are accused of being
disloyal to the new government. The
government is returning to the owners
the property confiscated by Sacasa.
After tli Htrr (.
Fokt fiiiisos, I. T., June 15. Henry
Starr, the notorious trainrobber and
bankwrecker, is surrounded by deputy
marshals and a sheriff's posfe, at a
point 20 miles from Nowatu, the bandit's
homo. Vnless the poHse weakens, Starr
will be taken either dead or alive.
Koine of th pursuers are Cherokee In-
- m
diaiiH, uiid if necessary they will meet
Bturr in the open field w ith inches
ters. A reward of 15.(K)0 is the incen
tive of the great activity of tlio oflicers.
Starr has ix men, while the posse nuui
bern 'JO.
a .i:kat exmtemknt in paiiis
Un l.r.. . anil tlir Other Irrnilunt
Het Krrn.
I'ahis, June 15. Considerable excite
ment bus been caused by the decision of
the court of cessation on the appeal of
Charles do Lesseps ond the other de
fendants convicted of fraud in connec
tion w ith the I'limuim ciitial. The court
handed down u dccir-ion today quash
ing the sentences on the ground that
the statute of limitation covered the
offenses charged, and that the indict
ments on which the prisoners were
tried were irregular. In consequence of
the decision, M. Kilfcl wiih at once lib
erated from prison. Charles del-esscps,
w ho in now in the St. Louis hospital
suffering from acute dysiH'psia, was in
formed he was free, but he was too ill to
leave the hospital. Following were
those convicted: Ferdinand de Les
seps, bis son Charles, Marius Fontaiie,
Henry Cottu and tiustav F.iffel. Fer
dinand do lA-sseps was sentenced to
five years' imprisonment and to pay a
Tim IVarjr K.l.i-liie Kxpeilltlon.
St Johns, X. F., June 15. The
steamer Falcon leaves here today for
l'hiludelpliia, where she will take on
iMiard the supplies for the l'eary explor
ing expedition. The expedition will
consist of sixteen (arsons, including
Mrs. l'eary, w ho again intends to face
the Arctic regions. Twelve persons will
remain in Creenland and the others will
return. to Muiircl Itli.unt.
City ok Mkxioo, June 15. Thomas T.
Crittenden, the Cnited States consul
general here, lias Isien offered the post
of minister to Hawaii. He was at first
Inclined not to accept the mission, but
lie is now reconsidering the matter. C.
A. Ihiherty, secretary of the United
States leiratiou.has been granted a leave
of absence on account of ill-health, and
will start tonight for the tinted States.
It is believed here that be will not re
turn to Mexico.
Tlin I'rrslilflit. lias li" Hark un
r.irliKT ritlmntuiu.
Grover Cleveland has gone back on
his luanifcHto, and has taken another
bull by the boms, anil has decided to
appoint Indian agents outside of the war
department. Among those expected to
he appointed are: ISoiiifiice llreiitiino,
at Grande Konde, Ogu. ; W. L. lViwell,
of Seattle, at Neub l'.ay; 1-ewisT. Irwin,
nt Yakima, Wash., and Joseph Uobin
son at Nee Perces, Idaho. Other ap
pointments were nuiflc that are admoni
tions of warning to present incumbents
in ollice. J. II. Uolibins has been ap
pointed receiver of public monies at l.a
Grande, Ogn. Henry ltlackman, of
Heppner, is expected to be appointed
collector of internal revenue of Oregon.
A Typical I, aw Mult.
Wednesday the suit, of Flaherty & Co.
of Mosier against S. M. Mocks wus tried
before Judge Henry. Tlie action was
brought to recover a balance of $45
claimed to bo due on an open account.
Meeks claimed more credits than he
bud liceu allowed, and'nfter the matter
hud been pretty well gone through a
compromise was effected, lletween the
lawyers, cohIs and compromise, it cost
Meeks as much as it would to have set
tled the bill, and as attorneys' fees were
larger than the amount of judgment,
Flnie rf" A Co. lire out their Kill and f.'O
besides, and evervUidv is ii. ; ! C'U-
r I
Testimony Taken in tnc Eorctca Murder
AMINED. Evidence Concerning the Mysterious
Young Man With tbe Hatchet Ex
cluded by tbe Court.
Xkw Bedkobd, Mass., June 10. The
Borden triul w as resumed this morning.
The court decided not to admit evidence
as to the man seen w ith a bloody hatchet,
muttering, "Poor Mrs. Borden." Sarah
K. Hart testified that shortly before 10
o'clock on the morning of the tuurder
she passed tbe Borden house and stopped
at the north gate and saw a yoang man
standing in tbe gateway. He w as land
ing tliere when the witness drove away.
Charles S. Sawyer, a painter of Fall
Itiver, testified that be was put on duty
at the side door of the Borden house after
the murder. lie was c'ose to Lizzie
Borden all the time. She appeared dis
tressed. He saw no signs of blood on
A number of witnesses were then ex
amined in regard to the story published
about the time of the murder, in which
Police Matron I! igun was quoted us say
ing she had overheard a quarrel !K4ween
the Borden sisters, w hich went far to fix
tlie guilt on Lizzie. All testified that
Mrs. Logan pronounced the publication
false. Borden, Lizzie's sUter,
denied that there had been any quarrel
between them, as reported. She said
Lizzie was at outs w ith her stepmother
at one time, hut they had been good
friends three xears before the murder.
Thf Arctic Explorer to Kurt nn
III Ytiyitg-1'
St. John's, N. ., June 2G. The Tal
con, Captain Henry Bartlett, the seal
ing steamer w hich is to carry Lieuten
ant 1'eary's exwdi
tion to Greenland,
sailed from here to
day for Bhiladel
phia, where she w ill
take the partv
aboard. She is in
first-class condit ion ,
having undergone
extensive overhaul-
LIEuT.rCrfefY. ing and repairs
since lieing chartered. Her cabin ac
commodates 11 persons, and a large
deckhouse eight more. On top of this
house an observatory has been con
structed to be used for scientific obser
vations by Lieutenant l'eary while voy
aging north. Slie has her crow's nest,
and will be dressed in complete Arctic
rig before entering the Delaware. She
carries 18 mouths' provisions and 500
tons of coal. Her crew numbers 15 per
sons, vie, the captain and two mates,
two stewards, cook, two engineers, three
fireman and six sailors. The men
shipped yesterday struck for more pay,
and new men had to be got this morn
ing. Captain Kdward Tracey, who was
the first officer of the Kite in 1W1, oc
cupies the same ositiou on the Falcon.
The Kite would have been hired again
this year, but she was too small.
Tim KanioUH Irish Kella 1'lnrrd In tlie
While City.
Cuu'Aoo, Juno 10. The famous Blar
ney stone, w hich for centuries has oc
cupied a place in the walls of the old
historic Blarney castle in Ireland, has
arrived at the world's fair. It was
shinned hero bv Ijtdv Aberdeen, and
w ill form one of the attractions of her
Iiisli village. This afternoon it will be
placed in the walls of the reproduction
of Blarney castle, which forms a part of
the Irish village, where it may lie kissed
by all who have tho hardihood to be
lowered head down to w here it tempo
rarily rests. The historic old stone will
be formally nn veiled by Mayor Harrison
tomorrow. An elaborate programme
has been prepared for the event.
Speeches will be made, songs sung, and
Miss Sullivan, nn Irish harpist, brought
to this country by Lady Aberdeen, will
perforin on the harp. An informal re
ception w ill lo given ex-President Har
rison In this building today.
Tlt Kuril's TlioRtnr Inquot.
Washington, Juno 10. In the con
tinued Inquest on the victims of Ford'd
theater disaster today, T. C. Kilt whistlo,
building inspector ot the district, testi
fied that tho mortar used in the altera
tions was bud, and the brick work was
badly done. If he hud had authority to
prevent it ho would not have permitted
:! i voi'l. to be done the wav it war. foi'
there was too much risk. Architect
Clark, of the capitol, testified that the
weight on the floors w ag considerably les
than the safety limit. A rumor pre
vailed in the jury-room that Contractor
Hunt, who performed the woik, was
nearly crazv over the strain and excite
ment caused by the disaster.
frightful AtroclMc I'ractlceil.
Valparaiso, June 16. Frightful
atrocities are lieing practiced by the
Castilhistas in Rio Grande. Governor
Castilho ordered a man's throat cut be
cause he was suspected of aiding the
revolutionists. This murder was com
mitted in the presence of the wife of the
victim. Barbarous punishments are in
flicted on mere suspicion. The revolu
tionists are daily receiving new recruits.
Many officers of the national guard have
deserted the government and gone over
to the rebels.
Mast lie I'ald In Full.
San F'RAxeisro, June 16. Advices
have leen received from Washington,
announcing that Secretary Greshaiu will
at once insist upon the payment in full
by the Mexican government of the flCKI,
000 demanded as indemnity by Mrs.
Janet M. Baldwin, widow of Ion Mc
Leod Baldwin, an American mining en
gineer of this city, who was killed by
Mexican robliers in the state of Uurango
about six years ago.
Jo Jeltrrsnu Seriously III.
Fall Kivku, Mass., Juno 16. Joseph
Jefferson is seriously ill on board the
steamer which arrived from New York
this morning. An effort will he made
to remove him to the hotel tonight. He
is very weak, but it is believed that he
will recover.
A .l.ltci.iaii Klrc rl.
Loxpon, June l'j. The election in
Linlithgow yesterday for a successor to
a Gladstoniau resulted in a reduction of
the government's majority by tlie elec
tion of a conservative.
Auierlriiu Sni.libt'ry,
There is no two ways about it. Amer
icans take the ribbon for snobbery, lead
ing the nations of the earth by several
lengths. While we have no titled aris
tocracy in this country and make a great
boast of our democratic equality, we
have an aristocracy quite as exclusive as
the bluest blooded aristocracy in
Europe. That its mem tiers are not able
to attach titles to their names is a cruel
dispensation of fate, the cruelty of
which is tempered by the idolatry with
which they regard a sure-enough duke,
or lord, or princess. 1 always felt sorry
for an exclusive aristocrat; it must be an
aw ful lot of trouble to keep track of who
is who to avoid mixing with common or
off-color jieople ; and then so much of
life's best is lost, because there are so
many bright, lovable, brainy people
who are not in these frigid, narrow little
sets in American society, and hence
must be avoided by the auristocrat. I
can respect an aristocrat, who is at the
same time a true hearted man or wo
man ; but oh ! Lord deliver me from a
snob of the American variety. He, or
she, makes me so tired that I long to
seek a lodge in some vast wilderness, et
cetera. Pendleton Tribune.
Last year a number of assessors
throughout the state, including Mult
nomah county, assessed mortgages at
less than face value. The etate lioard of
equalization equalized the assessment at
face value. J. C. Smith of Multnomah
county some time ago brought suit
against the sheriff of that county to
restrain'hitu from collecting any greater
amount for taxes than 65 cents on the
dollar. The case was tried last week
before Judge Steams, G. K. Chamber
lain, attorney general, and John Hall of
Fortland appearing tor tlie state uoara oil oft,ie q(le(.n ,,.lt ,ht. yielded to the
equalization and G. If. Williams and W. ! (,1)1)t.riiir (un.e (lf tl ito,i States, hh
IT. Fentou appearing for Smith. After j in it fw u., that she made
argument by council and due delibeia- j aM H,1,.1JI1jti.,).1l snireic ler to the pio
tion by the court it was held that the j vijl):li gVern ment. They further call
action of the state Isiard of tqii!ili.ation,aU(lIltjolltotllt. f.lrt tt,at ' she had no
was legal and binding. This is a real, ! .i,,,,,),, ,,f .r ,,eople, but thought only
highly important victory gained by lion- j ,f ,er financial well'aie, and that it was
est tax payers ngainst tlie prevailing
effort throughout the state to dodge the
payment of just taxes. Ilecord.
The salmon usually caught at the falls
with spoon and line are tho young ones
weighing from two to five pounds but
occasionally an old staker takes the hook
and is landed. Saturday evening there
o ,i,;i,;i;,ii Inborn the tsist otl'ce
the biggest salmon caught this season
w ith hook and line. It was caught from
a boat below the falls and fortunately
the lioat slipped its anchor when the
salmon was hooked and before he was
landed the boat had reached and was I
circling in an eddy below the paper j
mills. It was four feet long and weighed
ys's pounds. (). C. Enterprise. j
Shiloh's cure, the (treat Cornell and j
Croup Cure, is for alo by Snipes & Kiu- ;
eislv. Pocket size contains twenty-five;
doses, only L'V. Children love it. Sold
by Snipes, it Kinersiy.
Raisins of the National Flag Over tbe !
Palace Jnne 21
The Indebtedness of tbe Government
to Claus Spreckels has been
Honolulu, June 10. For the first time
in the history of the Hawaiian Islands
the Hawaiian national flag was floated
over the palace June '.'d. The formal
occupation of the palace by the provi
sional government and the raising of the
national emblem over it are regarded by
the annexationists generally and by
many of the natives as a final blow to
the monarchy. The building was form
ally dedicated to its new uses June 5th,
with little ceremony, in which the troops,
the government band and the officials
participated. June 3d the government
paid to Clans Spreckles $05,000 owed to
him, and there is a feeling of relief
among the officials that the government
is no longer under obligations to Iiim.
Spreckels del. ies that he was actuated by
a desire to embarrass the government by
demanding the return of money loaned
by him. He Siiya it was merely a busi
ness transaction ; the debt was overdue
and he wanted his money.
Minister Blount is anxious to return
home, and Is.tli the royalists and annex
ationists Would be glad to have the ques
tion setth way or t he other. The
id-a of a protect! rate is still in favor
with tin' annexalioiiists.
The provisional government has passed
a law giving l be attorney-general discre
tionary siwers in admitting to bail per
sons charged with munler, treason or
seditious offenses. Heretofore all of
fenses have leen bailable, ami this new
is considered to be a further precau
tion on the part of the government to
prevent conspiracies ami to shut off roy
alist and native newspapers from too
severely criticising the government.
C. W. Wilder, eon of Vice-President
Wilder, lias been appoin'ed consul-general
at San Francisco, vice F. S. I'ratt
Minister and Mrs. Blount left for a
short visit toNaui, ami though they w ill
lie gone only until June 11th, rumors of
impending trouble began to arise before
the steamer bearing the "peaee maker,"
as Mr. Blount is called, had fairly got
ten outside of Honolulu harlior. The
royalists claimed to have received reli
able information that the provisional
government had decided to deport the
ex-queen on the steamer City of IVkin,
due from Chin June 7th. They pre
pared to resist any such attempt and
men were placed on guard at tlie ex
queen's house to give the deporters a
warm reception. It is stated thut Parker
requested the British minister to move
his legation to the ex-queen's resilience,
thus placing Liliuokalani under the pro
tection of the British Hiitr, but the min
ister refused. Major Wodehouse, liow
ever, says tliere is not a word of truth
in the storv. The officers of the provi
sional government say they have no in
tention of taking harsh measures against
the ex-ruler.
The provisional government played its
trump card June 9tli by publishing the
text of the power of attorney given by
Liliuokalani to Paul It. Neumann when
he went to the United States to work
against annexation. The annexationists
claim that the execution of this power
of attorney destroys the chief argument
a plain oner oi rmv mi ue, ,,i,L,
TMK iuim. miiii.
j Wrl.lllr, with lioomliiir I'miiiim,
I s rra...i wi.uii.. rtc.
! Nkw Y'okk, June 17. Those hardy
j Norseman, Captain Anderson ami crew,
j sailed into the port of New York today
j with the counterpart of the Viking ship
of old. and were uiven a reception far
Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
different from what their ancestors re
ceived 100 years before Columbus landed
on the shores of the new world. Tbe
Viking came down from New Ixmdon.
Pmn-in tow- sh? ,v,ih wvt h-v a B,''i,,u
u.titj no u t'oiiiniiiL,; oi recriwoil oil
board. There was a great blowing of
whistles and dipping of flags, and tho
bund played the Viking march. When
the Viking passed Uncle Sam's crack
Monitor Miantouoinah had hardly
ceased booming her guns before a sound
like a big fire-cracker came across the
water. The Norseman was answering
the salute from six little cannon. The
Viking dropped anchor alongside the
Miantonomah. Captain Sicard, of the
Miantonomafi, paid an olticial visit.
Then tho crew were taken on board the
Laura M. Starin, where they were wel
comed to America by a committee and
many of their countrymen who live
To Educate the 1'eople Into This Method
of ltMlnIng; Kevenues.
Topeka, Kan., June 17. Lieutenant
Governor Daniels wiil at once enter into
the organization of "graduated estate
clubs," for the purpose of educating the
people into this method of raising reve
nues, and at tiie same time strike a
blow at concentrated wealth. He pro
poses to levy a tax upon all incomes as
follows: One per cent on incomes of
fl,000,000 to 2,000,000, 3 per cent on
$-',000,000 to $5,000,000, S per cent on
$8,000,000 to $10,000,000, and 10 per cent
on all over $10,000,000. He estimates
that such a tax will create a revenue of
about $2,000,000,001), 'and thin reduce
the taxation now indirectly paid by the
poor people. Clubs will be formed in
New Y'ork and Pennsylvania by the
committee. It is alleged that they will
get aid in the campaigns of thos-e states.
Women I reimrlng; for a Campaign.
Topeka, Kan., June 17. The presi
dent of the Kansas Equal Suffrage Asso
ciation yesterday issued an address an
nouncing the opening of the suffrage
campaign, which will begin in Septem
ber. She appeals to those favoring this
move to do such work as will carry the
amendment in this state. The success,
she says, will carry the reform from
ocean to ocean, while defeat will give
the movement a set-back which will
take a long time to recover from. The
national organization will assist in this
campaign, directing the speakers as well
as giving money. The campaign will be
a vigorous one. The women are deter
mined to carry the state, and will nse.
every means known to politic?.
It fthould Be In Every Ilouo
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps
burg. Pa., says he will not be without
Dr. King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds, that it cured his
wife who was threatened with pneumonia
after an attack of "la grippe," when
various other remedies and several phy
sicians had done her no good. Hubert
Barber, of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr.
King's New Discovery has done him
more good than anything lie ever ustnl
for lung trouble. Nothing like it. Try
it. Free trial Ixittles at Snipes oi Kin
ersly's. Large hot ties, 50c. and $1.00.
Lost Luke.
Mr. E. G. Jones, who lias returned
from a trip to Ixst lake, reports snow
five feet deep on the summit, and the
lake still filled w ith ice. The boat w as
taken out last fall and put in the cabin
and contrary to expectation is all right.
Those w ho know the country predicted
the caving in of the cabin roof, but for
once they were wrong. Ticiiic parties
visiting the lake should take their
skates. Glacier.
Dr. M. J. Davis is it prominent physi
cian of Lewis, Cass county, Leva, ami
has been actively engaged in the practice
of medicine at that place for tho past
thiity-rive years. On the '.'tit h of May,
while in Des Moines en route to Chicago,
he was suddenly taken with an attack of
dianhica. Having sold Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrho a liemedy
for tlie past seventeen years, and know
ing its reliability, he procured a 'Jo cent
bittle, two doses ol wind, ,'ompieieiy
cured him. The excitement and change
of w ater and diet incident to traveling
often produce a diarriuca. Every one
should procure a bottle of this liemedy
lieforo leaving home. For sulc by
Blakeley & Houghton, druggists.
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