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xnzma.r orhgon statesman. tl'f-?day. mat 13. icoj
Forty Thousand People Killed
by Volcanic Eruption
A HANDFUU OF SURVIVORS
Bronsrfat Away by a 'French
: Vessel-An Awful Ca-
i 1- - 7
THE CITT OF ST. PIERRE WITH
ALL. ITS INHABITANTS BY FIRE
FROM THE NEARBT VOLCANO-
MODERN. POMPEII ALL. SHIP
PARIS, May 9. The commander of
the" French cruiser Suchet haa tele-
graphed, from Fort da Francs, Island of
Martinique, as follows:;' u
"Ha v- Just; returned from SJ. Pierre
which ha en; completely destroyed
by an Iramenre mans of fire, which fell
; fit ihe town . at about ; eiajrit in the
morning. The entire population (about
i',OMt it supposed to have per
ih-'?. I lar brought a tew survlv
: otn, about thirty? Ail eh.pplngf In the
' harbor wai destroyed. ! ; The eruption
continue." J . i
Forty Thousand. ' .
ST. THOMAS. D..W. L. May
:40 p. rru- It is now estimate that
forty thouMnd persons perished as, the
' result of the volcanic eruption In the
Island of Miirtlni'iue.
The Hrltlah schooner Ocean Traveler
of St. John, 3. l$, arrived at the Js
land of Dominica, Krltlsh WVwt Indies,
She wan obliged to (lee from tha Island
. of St. Vincent, British tVest Indies,
during the afternoon of Wednesday, in
consequence of a heavy fall of sand
from a. volcano which, wait erupting
the; The schooner1 arrived opposite
St. Pierre, Martinique, Thursday
morriinf. While about a mile oft the
volcano of ML Feleo exploded and fire
from 'it swept the wbote town of , 8t.
Ilerre, destroying the town and ship-
pins; there, including- cable repair ship
. Grander. I ' 4 -
Report to Washington. ,
wamiiinutow, May Tho toi
' lowing cablegram has been received
at the. State lepartnvnt:
Polnt-a-Pitre, May 9. At 7 a. m. on
the' 8th Inst., a storm of steam mud
and fire enveloped the city and commu
nity. Not more than twenty persons
n-seuped. with their Hvcs. fcjghteen ves
sels were burned and suak with all on
board. Including four American ves
' seta and a ateamer from Qu'bef, nam
. ed Roralme'. . The, ITnlted Htitra Connul
rid family are reported among the
victims. A war vowel has come to
' Gundaiouna for orovlnlon and will
.leave at 6 o'clock tomorrow. (Signed)
Ay me. Consul, j f '
, The State D partment jha been re
ceiving dispatches froni commercial
-houaes in Now York, asking that war.
ship be sent at once .to Martinique to
' afford reEef. ' '. - i
The Consul) at Martinique Is Thomas
T. Prentiss, appointed from Masnachu-
setts in 1900. iThe Vice- Consul at Mar
ti nlqiie is Ante Tirt, appointed from
Ixuis!ana in 1898.; The Litest available
figure show the population of1, the is
land f Martinique to be 185,000, of
whom 25,000 lived In St. Pierre and a
, cording tr Mr. Arnye have nrjarly all
perished. -' J
j - Is Not Realised. !
PARIS. May Althouxh th disas
ter of " St. -Pierre.. Martinique, was
known yesterday, Parisians do not yet
seem to realise the awfulness of the
- catastrophe, . which apparently hardly
caused more than a ripple of excite
ment on the .boulevards. The only
sign of grief yet visible Is the half
masted flag over; the Ministry of the
Colonies, f ' . - -
f Other PUcss Suffer. f
LONDON'. May A dispatch to the
. Rtuter Telegram Company, 1 from
Kingston, Jamaica, glvins; details of
thu Martinique diaaster already known,
says:; ' , . .
Thousands were killed at St. Pierre,
wher a terrible panic prevailed. The
eruption' began -Saturday. May 3d,
whth St. Pierre was covered with ashes
rnd appeared to bej enveloped in a fog.
The flow of lava continued Until Wed
nesday, May 7th. The message adds:
In the- Island of St. Vincent the Sou-frlere-
(volcano). Js active, and earth-'
Q4ikes are. frequent. Ho far no dam
age ha ten done. ,
A dispatch to the Dally Mall from
I'oint-a-Poetre. Island ofGuadaJoupe.
French West Indl4a, dated yesterday,
tuiys: '. ' I -'. ' ;- -
The Mount Pe(e (St. Pierre) Vra
tcr ejected yes.terdayv ntorning molten
rocks and ashes.' durtn three minutes
and compteteljf' destroyed tSt. Pierre
and the districts within four mile
radius. All the Inhabitants-were burn
ed.T .-i- " -;. u ,;
. A Vdiapatch to .the DaWy Marl from
Jamaica nays: ' :
;"Tb survlvra of the Brislsh. steam
ier RoddAin deaeribel lh sei at St
Pierre u betog "a jtllntpse o( hell beg--gating
descrtptton. Roddam's men wr re
: killed chiefly by molten lava. ' j Th
"stcarner Roil ma, was wnerked. in a ter
rible upheaval of j land nd ri. The
whole crew perished! Tw al.lps Were
lost wltt all on '.board. In att attempt to
approach.. Martlnltue,';: .;1i:-i. j1 r ; .i I '
All the hewisiHipeni here express the
w hich ithey way by Its magnitude Is
only comparable to Pompeii. nd they
extendi -mpathy-f to the Fiench na-1
tlon. .rfeesor John Milne, thet sets-
moiojrfrt. Kiciares tnat hjs seismic In
tsrumenta . have JVfccwrded no distrub
. nce. and they Would Almost invaria
bly have don a had so serious
earthquakes occurVed. PTofessor Mil
na theory ts th.it Mount Pete? "had
blown Its head off owing to the In-
nurmon oi wnw. vnrougn ina rocKS,
until it had reached the molten matter
$ beneatlu. forming a steam of tremen
dous pressure, when wme thing had to
give teay.V- ' j :': . v.
s '-' Two Steamers Lost. '
NEW TORfc. Mar 9. The Western
Union Telegraph Company haa sent
out the following notice: , - m
"The Went Indian and Panama- Tel
egraph Company haa advised the West
ern Union Telegraph Company, Cen
tral Cable office, that two steamers,
which took cable memsages for Martin
ique, after the interruption of the cable,
are reported destroyed.'
r Portland, Me., May , Among- the
hoavyr losers in property at St. Pierre,
Martinique, are 'J. -1L Hamlin A Com
pany, of thla city, who had1 a f Urge
branch office tHerc. That firm; today
received- the following; cablegram. :
"Point--Pitre. ; May 9. A horrible
calamity. St.. Pierre completely destroyed-
' All , the , country la ruined.
All th shipping destroyed. Ouade
loupe Is safe, and organizing assist
ance. .!,.-.;;: v : .f - . i .
; CASTRO ENTERTAINED.
NEW YORK. May President Cas
tro, of Venezuela, and his- wife have
been entertained at dinner, stays a Car
acas dispatch to the Herald, by United
States Minister Bowen and Mrst. i Bow
en. It was the first time that Presi
dent Castro had dined at any legation.
The event is significant and "the con
sequence. It ,U believed, may be very
Accorded Hon, w. j. hurnisn
at Albany Last Niht
ARHORY WAS CROWDED
To Overflowing to Hear
BANDS FROM BHEDDff AND AL-
UANY DISCOURSED MUSIC AND
A UK) RALLY WAS HAD HON.
C. W. FULTON THE PRINCIPAL
SPEAKER OF THE EVENING.
AL5UANY,'.Ore May 9, Hon. W. J.
Furnih and party arrived on ihe north
bound- verfand at 3.15 p. ni. today,
where -they j were met 4y a large gath
ering of th citizens of Albany and vir
clnlty and fVre escorted, headed by
thej bandd from Shcdda and Albany,, to
ihe. Revere House where they J were
tendered a reception. 1 , j V :
At S o'clock the Armory, where the
meeting' was held, -was Killed to over-
flnU'lnar . man v aniiinr lT- jrnyfTirpH
to hear and' se the candi dates for, the
several oflkjea.' H u perl n ten-dan t Acker
man was unabls to remain, to ' the
meeting1, but the rest of ? the tkrty.
consulting 4l W. J. Furnish, Mr. Craw
ford and Mr, Whitney, also C. W. Ful
ton and manir prominent Republlkjans
of Albany,! occupied the platform. Jl
Major M. II. Ellia presided and in-
troduced the speakers. He first intro
duced , Hon. W. J. Furnish, ? who
bpoke. prJmiaing a - busin adminis-
tlon In tecrmony with the Itepubltean
platform. :The next speaker was! the
himl nee fori Attorney General, whoW
remarks were pointed Iq their bearing
upon what the Republican party, ihad
d4np for tha xounrry, and hi.n, purpose
t flit the office for which he is a nom
inee to the best of hi ability. ' -
3 Ion. O. W. Fulton well 1 known as
one "of Oiregon's abUt orators, dHv
erpi the main addrwM of th. evening
presenting: a hlstoryrof "both parties.
Credating to th Republican party j the
prkwjperous condition of tle country.
ah!d particularly endorsing the Phillp-
plhe policy. His closing remarks were
detvoted t Mr. Chamberlain . and his
campaign for the Ooyernorshlp. : "i '.
Mr. Whttney, the nominee for State
Printer, was next and made a few w11
chosen- remarks promising a business
like administration, and excusel him
self on tho lateness of the -hour.
irAYTI WILL ELECT NEW CHIEF
EXECUTIVE ON MONDAY
: NEXT. , - ) .
PORT AU PRINPE, May .Gener
al Tirertas tfeimon" Sam, President; of
the Hay tlen Republic, has resigned this
office. Tha Haytten Congress- will as
semble May 12 to select hla succcjisor.
The H ay tlen P.epublicls conipleiely
calm. : !' ;.r-:-: '.. $ . : ' ;
Former President- Jlmlneg, of fianto
Domingo, ho., embarked on - board a
French steamer and I expected here.
General Des Chsmpa. the forijner
tloyernor of Pjurtay Plata, Santo Ixim
ingo. th- last place- to surrender t iW
Donrtrikan revolutionista, who also em
farked on a French steamer, f has
sfjUKht rrfuge at Cape Haytlen.NIaytU
..president iSam wa etectsd Atrlf 1,
ISM. fr seven years, by ihe chadbr
of th;ilaytin Congrees-In- Joint Ips?
sion. lie was l yn.rtt of sg whe
elected and beldngi to a family disti
guiahed In Ilaytlen revolutionary Hi
tory, lie waa mlnlnter of war undo
President Holomon,- took lart in the
HlpMIite revolution, was m-3de mini
iKter of war and-marine unIcr Prinlj
dent Hlppolite and after the death of
tHe Uer, wm elected President.:-
TRIED TO WRECK TRAIN
PIECE OF IRON WEDGE IN
FROG ON THE JUNCTION OF
1 ' TH E 1 R A I LW AYS. ;
SPRINGFIELD. III.. May 9 . ect loih
Foreman Aaron Smith, of tM Cliicwaro
Peoria & St, Louts RaHroad. has dlsi
covered that an attempt ha hwn
mal to "wreck passenger train 1st
the -Junctkm of ne Chicagos I'eorla &
St. Louis and the Chrcagn. Burlina-tMi
& Qulncy Railroads at M'edWra. He no
ticed an obtrtrtictlon in the form of a
piece of Iron eight ; "inches long, four
Inches wide and n,Jncn thick, wedgied
In the, tracks, in a frog which the trains
i a- . . . t ..... . i
rwia were compeuea jo MJW t
ever, nun ut usvunce or section
men he removed the Iron and notified
the station agent. :-i'-. ";'i' ;:.f
That trains had not been wrecked ap
pears almost miraculous. Detectives
are at work on the casa.
Three New States Provided
Ty a House Bill .r
PASSED WITHOUT DIVISION
All Opposition Collapsed
the Last Minute
AN EFFORT MADE TO CONSOLID
ATE NEW MEXICO AND ARIZO
NA AS ONE STATE. BUT IT FAIL
ED IT WAS . MADE THE
TEST. -.. . ,i . : V; '-'.
I WASHINGTON, May t. The oppo
sitlon In the House to the bill for the
admission of Oklahoma, .Arizona and
New Mexico collapsed at the last min
ute today and th bill wun passed with
out divisions. The real test came on
the amendment offered by Overstreet
(Ind.) To Join New Mexico and Arizona
and admit them as the State of Monte
zuma. It was beaten 28 to 10. -
The closing soenes of the debate wers
accompanied by a dramatic Incident.
Delegate Mark A.: Smith of Arizona,
who haa been fighting for the admis
sion of the territory for a dozen years,
had JUst.madei a vigorous speech
against Overstreet'g amendment, when
he was seized with a rush of blood to
the head. The prompt administration
of powerful heart stimulants suVcd
him from ,a stroke '.of apoph-xy, ; Ila
rallied and was removed : to his hotel.
The bill as passed provides enabling
acts for Oklahoma; Arizona and New
Mexico, similar in form to former en
MeLaurin In a Sera p.
WASHINGTON, May . There was
an exciting scne n the Io4by of the
hotel tonight, lh which Senator cMc-
Laurln of South Carolina, figured. The
Senator bwame the object of dome of
fensive attention from a man whose
name the Senator refund td disclose.
and who,-the Senator says.xwas under
the influence of liquor. Th - jnan, who
had followed the tjenator from tne din
ing- room, approached" him, w hereupon
MeLaurin knocked him down. Tti
man's friends came to hla aseisltam
and ended the' sx-ene ,by hustling him
away. The Senator waa1 notstruck
There were no arrests-
SENSATION IN CONGRESS
DELEGATE SMITH. OF 'ARIZONA.
SUDDENLY TAKEN ILL AFTER
A VEHEMENT SPEECH.
WASHINGTON, May' 3. Delegate
Marcus Smith, of Arizona, was taken
111 on the Boor of the 'House today it
the clcwaVof ' : a- rlf: hut -vehement
TMech onhe statehood bill, in which
he is dfstwj Interested. The' ' three
doctors in atienanoe- united in making
"It is. imposstbNX to determine now
how aerious the aVVck N. There Is a
tendency to apoHejtVi . r i
It was'decided to retti' Mr., Smith
to his hotel and summon other physl
cianv.' . :J . ; :: - . -:
A VALUABLE GIFT.
f PRINCETON, N.' J., May 9. A Chin
erse New Testament of considerable
Value has feee n presented to the Theo
logical neminary iura.ry, Tne jjook
whk-h Is a fa; imile of one prevented
to the Empfts Dowager of China, and
which Is probably the onlv one of its
kind in America, was given 'to the li
brary by Mrs. John Htranwh. of Phila
delphia. It iwas presented; to her by
the BrltlKh and Foreign Lible Society
fn recognition of the services of her
husband. who translated1 the New
Testament into Chinese. The book
is bound in full morocco and has solkl
gold ctaspst. It was published tit the
University of Oxford.
GOOD BASEBALL GAME
MT. ANGEL AND WILLAMETTE
' UNIVERSITY MET ON THE 'l
DIAMOND YESTERDAY. , r
The Willamette University baseball
team went down toj defeat before the
Mt Angel college nine on the UnU'ersi
ty -canrpus yesterday laftemoon, by ra
score oi ii u &. rnia was tne second
game for the University boys and the
showing i mide . by , the heme- team
aguinst 'the veterans f Mu Angel was
good. Catcher Uruh has been ill th"
past week end waa unable to play In
yesterday's game. Errors were fre
quent, due tp some extent to the rouh
nejss of the ground and to the high
wind made jit difficult to Judge . the
cours of the bull., The team work of
tho vlaitors was the bttter. Thlskwas
their fourth game this season; A fair
sized crowd witness the game, j The
Une-up of the fea-ma Was as follows:.
Willamette University Craig, c;
Jerman. t. 9ttn, s;rVvetflv ! b;
Parsons. 2d b; Coleman. 3d b; WII
klns. r. f. Hunt c. f-'nttowrW I. f. - -.
Mt. AhgelKeilJc: f McBlrnfy, p.:
A. Mickel. m.; J. MickeU 1st b.t tJear
ln.Sd b.: Porter, 3d bJ;'"Amntrong. r.
f.: McLaughlin, c. f.; Sheridan, t f.
HunVsOf MtV Angel.umplre.1, the game
to the satisfaction of hoth teams.-The
l-lvertltyXeam goea. to Corvallls the
laUer part oXthe week to play the O.
A. C team. -
STATE TAES PAID
CROOK AND MALI! EUli COUNTIES
- MAKE SETTLEMENTVWITII
THE STATE TREASUIt
irewunr e. Moore T In
receipt; of payments on account of
state taxes from ftvwiin n rA Ajr rt..,.
r - i
counties, both of these counties sti
Glng fuu for the year tun. a,
crook, atate .......-.;.;......IL35
Crook, agricultural 825
Malheur, atate g.413
Malheur, Agricultural college ZZi
CONFERRED ON. A WOMAN BY
ALL RECORDS BROKEN.
CHICAGO, May the first time
in the history of the Congregational
Lurch Ihe degree of Bachelor of.Dlvln
ity was conferred on a woman. Ils
Florence A. Fenhan, or Constanuno-
ple, Turkey,; wsj honored with that ti
ttaat the annual convention of. the
Chicago theological seminary. (
THE HAGUE. May Queen Wil
helmins wns able to sign, a royal dec-ret;
this afternoon. - f -t-.-:
NEW YORK, May f.A depuUtion
from the Llvertool Chamber of Com
merer, the Mersev - Dock Hoard and
other local odie has ; waited . .uion
Lord Strabcons, cables! the London
correspondent, of the Tribune, to urg-s
the claims of the Liverpool as s the ter
minal port in England for the purpose
new fast Canadian mall service. :The
High Commissioner promised to lay
the, arguments which haa been ad"
dressed to him before the' Canadian
Letters to the Senate Philip
; pines Committee
KILL DEMOCRATIC NOISE
The Wind Completely Taken
Out of Patterson's ,
"" Sails ' V
AN EFFORT WAS MA pi: TO .FIX
THE DATE FOR A VQTK ON THE
rniLlPPlNE GOVERNMENT IJILL
I TELLER DEI J VERS AN AD-:
- DRESS ON THE MEASURE. "
WASHINGTON, May Senator
Lodgeftoday read a. communication to
hi Senate Committee on the Ihillp-
liiies from Rev. W. 11. Walker, deny
Ing the truth of the recent dispatch.
crediting him with making certain
statements regarding the treatment of
Filipinos. Senator Patterson remark
edilhatthe Jail was too good for any
newspaperman who would circulate a
story "such as had been published. -A
h?tler was also read from Sergeant
John Nlcholaon,of Norfolk. .Vat. who
had beci reportcdNtir charging General
Funston with -being the1 oi iginator of
the. water cure, and who was sumoiwd
to a mear, stating Nthak he would ealf,
buy that he could , not testify against
anybody - ' . ' f
' -.-! -";-' No fat Fixed. -V v.
WASHINtJTON. May i 9. An effort
was made In the Senate to fir the time
for a vote on the pending Philippine
Government bill, but itwaa unseccss
ful. ' . . :, , t
Today's debate- waa ml td. . Teller oc
cupied the time in oigoitJori to the
measure. He contended that the Fil
ipinos were capable of self-government
Sotnei' debate occurretNver the renor
lutlpnto discharge the fommlt'tee oil
privilege and elertions from farther
consideration of the ioMsed ', cortft.il tu
tloii.it amendment providing fof "the
election of Senators by fthe- people
Finally the resolution was withdrawn.
a.suraine being given that the prom
ised agreement would iwon be reached,
D E EDS R Etp R IK 1).
Five- dcds were filed for record with
the:ouniy recorder yesterday the con
siderations & which aggregated $12X5;
one mortgage of realty for 300 and one
aatlttfar-tlon of 'mortgaged for 17 were
ahvo fled for record. The deels f ol
low:' ' .1 1 '
George G. Jones to, L. E. Walker
and -wife, '30 acres of section 24,
t s, r 3 w, w. d..... .... ..... rsOO
A. F. McCIaine, executor, to J. F.
tnd Ei J. Brown. 8 3-5 a-res In
section 34, t C a, r 1 w, e. w. d....
John McCirow and 'wife to' EtteJIa
C'. Sorber. lot No. 16, .In Oak.
Lawn add ttfcm to Salewt, w. d...
J. W. and Emma IJbner to Ena.n
ut4 Ollvattb lota No. 3 and 6 of
block 4 of Math Ian Butala ad
dition to Mt Angtl, w. d.. .......
Ulfa, M. Snyder and husband to
r J. M. Brown. acre n t 6 K,jr"l
-w. w. d..
J. II. At kerman haa been renominat
ed by. an almost unanimous vote for
HUUe. Superintendent of Oreson. His
many friends in the Mississippi valley
who knew him bfforje e "wnt West"
will not be surpyised ti know that his
first term as State Suuerlntendent waa
so satisfactory t th4 people and bene
ficial to the -school interests of Oregon
that evert some of the newspapers and
political leaders of the opposition now
give him thflir iuptort, making him
virtually a non-partisan, candidate.
Western Teacher. ' '
The girl students In a ciass ln accJol-
ogy In Chicago University have voted
that they believe In oortJ.uea tlon . be
cause it make the yoong imen neater
In dresa an more gentlemanly In be
havior; the young men tiavei voted . their
dislike for coeducation for- the same
reason. Thus we have exhibited the
first state of mind of -the reformed to
ward the reformer. It Is not until the
reformed haa grown used i to Out new
life that he, appreciates Its advantages.
Let-theJ girls continue their altruistic
work.' In time they win get their reward-
N: For JjuabU and Ciuldren.
rfcj YC3 R3T8 AIlSJS ECI
, IrOous.elhoId Physician
Or Home Book of Health
TO HK GIVEN AS A PREMIUM WITH
THIS 13 Dim OFFIU TillS W00K WITH TIIK STATI s.
MAN ONI YEAH $0.25; OH BOOK ALONE ?2.5U.
IIEIUCVS AN (OPPORTUNITY TO GICT A VAI.U- i
pliubia,. sunstroke, fits, falls, sprains,
croup, cholera, etc. i It describe -the
effect, the treatment and the remedy
Ity.. Treatises on the Passions and
fection,, Jealousy, GHef, FeUf, Dcspalri Avarice, t'h.trliy, theef.ulnes, show
ing the.lnfluencc of 'the mind on the body; eminently calculated to a row-yet he
people to the fact lhatN hew !th (depend to a great degree upon ! he propf-r di
rection and control of the jiassions and emotions. j , , 4
. - . :'- - j .: -i.--1 -:- :-. : ' -,!: -j ;"' ' - " . : r-'." - ' y
Essays on Intemperance, Use of Tobacro, Sleep
Exercise, Cold, Baths, Etc.'
SPECIAL LECTURE TO Y0UN(f " M EN.
A Complete Materia. Metllca. or
nearly ww.mciu:ai piams.1 nerns ana vfjreianie renieaiejm; feMeri(nin or rs ii:
whcri found; Uhen to bo gathered; ho w-to preserve ,inn; lIHr preparation'
Manual fir Nursing the Sik;
gicne. DomeUc and Sanitary Leonom
Water, Purification of Wate. Drainage, Disinfectants, etc.. ..ettv "PhylMl-
Culture and Development etc.
Address : Statesman Pubtishinc: Co..
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WAR IN' VENEZUE
DOATS ATTACK I2D
tj ni Town
"IVIIT OF HPAIN. May . The V-
ezucfctn 4r0p under ijeneral
Cornea attacked; 'Caiuauo, ,
15ermudex.ii VcnvzuI. tty land and
sea. with tho gninitt:4 liftuiador
Agoro and Zumbador. ! Af PjTrsit'ven
hours' batUe the Governnicn
Alanlonei the Held, leaving
dead and 21 -jw ounded. The
fered terribly from th lw.lling of the
Government War Vessel. Gorttes w
seriously w ojnded.
j. A MOnPHINB FiKNM
Sitting against aJ post il th corner
f Market and Montgon)ery. surround
ed by a crowd thai. waa half cKrlousji
and laltowether pitying was what tm;a
hi'l been a. man. It was jut before it
o'clock, when the ruth of 4uiies on
the Ity" main at
ry wa.vt its great
est and the right o
a man in his graj
a poIicemKn with
Lrgal Blanks at o
atesman Job Offl-je
AT SMALL C0STJ ;
household guide an I
reliable, genuine med
ical book ever pub-
Every disease in
wiuv-ii .vne numan
race is subject Is ful
ly treated in this ex
New diseases, . Treat
ment and Theories
which have, appeared
within . the- laat- tvw
years, and which ate
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In . other so-called
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herein (discussed,! and
the treatment and
rwned les set fort h ;
such aa RacterloInRy,
Venereal and . Skin
Diseases,' La. Grippe,
Treatment and rur
of every disease - cf
Men- and Women and
Children. "''The lm-
dies: minute rtirw
Hons in casi's
W o u n d a,
brineff also for; sudden din
cause, the symptom, the
of every" disease; bleb 'affei
Emotions, such as Ive, Jloiw., J,y, Af
list of thf princli'ai remedle. tin livlinc
Treatises on Anatomy, Physiology and My.
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hirribly at the staring crowd.
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oue .fnteljlgfbto ldfa touH 1 ; &tifU
'he wanted niorthlre. : -'"!
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w, hlf Two days jriricw I had. 'one!
Two days and then his tortgu
V wouM.-'refuMe duty. :-
John Lawrence was-tn name oi -ine-pltlahl
wreck, and hla address wa
gfven Ht !2 Howard street. .
Thf patrol .wagon came aJong and
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away Irt U.fl. F. Dulletln. V
Of All Hot Weather En-mies
of hurnanltsvbolera 1s the. worst. Treat
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nounce that itti U sews- is , presft,ti
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