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   Eldora Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1877, Eldora, Iowa                                HE dKvary pial W AMl y evening at ancli A Tho Inruift mid neat far Tho Inruift mid IKHI far i Low In Uontrnl Acconiinoiliitltmft I A Thin houre I jiiinimUir mill In llrctclusH In nil BOOTH KOOII Hirp nml I lift Ik 1 Acconi and AAKOX Kl Winlilniiton lUIr nuiit v nernt Mill JilHtlce of the peiu to Hpi Ice la nnd coinselor nt KtpprUI ntten negotiating irriir nt Notarv Public ni ralVrlinn Ottloo In up roiiTKit find at wilt practlciIn ill lYilvrnl Ciiurti rrmit sicunil IorliT llurdln thic Ofllce Io llciuy litlii ttworih Will nlteml nil or FRANK iPHOTOuRAPH llnut Went oT Smith A Sona lirorirv ol 3Jl PRATT ATTORNEY AT LAW I Cilltction Ayent and Notary IOWA Xtpeclul Atleutlon iivun to MTAt PRACTITIONEE Buclca hardwnro d Gold Plate a 1TTOI11TEY AT Collection nnd Land and Notary To loan on Iraprnreil Hotil on Ion nt the In tlie Also Agent for luectlcnt Flro Insnrancn lll Market Denlor In i I Fresl THE VOLUME APRIL NUMBER RAILRQAU TIME L KySi Leading Through Route Botwoon tlio North TraviTKlni lluCentral port Inn nf tho Brent Stato of IntiTsccllug the liumcruan East West Trunk FOK in on DKS SIOLX Auil nil F mil at lFOU KANSAS nnil tho South nnd CoxNKcnoNs AT MASON CITT aud nil Mlumiotn Now und Finely Upholstered RECLINING CHAIR CARS liuii between Cliy nnd Kioltuk without rlusily nl cither iimk IIIK Ui IN tliu tins l wuU utlVml to the BoutU Xurlli nml Nnrlhwrnt FIHSMLVSS Flltril with MUliTt nud and Air No bruvr induce can bo ullVriil lu travel in tho direction namuil for of flonl mid Tkkft Dealer In J1 U R N I T U R of nil tlio nnd bos t stock in My goods nio all tlin best make ami superior finish and warranted to give Repairing done in llio best Steamboat May filHf Sign and Carriage Painter Sliop OTOIMcnilur Wngon IOWA and carriage pnlntlng cxvfHtctl proinjilly ntul In styles 1ricus its low w good work cun brubtnin oil for SCHENCKS STANDARD The Inndnrd rcmvdlcii for nil lie nrij KCHKNCKS WKKII SUIIENCKH MAN liltAKr If tnkon before the arc a Rpvftdy Miri in To tlicm tlirui mcdlrlnrr of vvrvt hN nnrlvnled euccupft lu the IrrntnuMit of pulmonnry Thi Iulnioiiic Syrtip flpiiiH the morbid innttcr In tho iintnra thrown It by nn uniy cx Tor Hhwn tlio plilcuni or mnltrr IB ripfi R slight coujjLlMvlll tbrow It ttlio pntlunt IIKH rcut nnd the InncR to To ennbllc tbo rnlnuinlc Svrnp to do Mtindraki nnd PcbrnckB Hen Weptl Tor ic mupt be fricly npid to tlio nml ScbPlicli Mondrnkc net upon HIP romuvlni nil Inx tlio call tlio bilu Blnrta ncd the Hvcr Is poon Schonckn Son Weed Tonic IH pcntlo Btlmtl liilit nnd nltfrfltlvn tho nlknll of wblch It IB coni liogid mixes with the food nnd prevents It usfllBtB tlie dlgfHtion by toning tip thu Bloinneh to n good henlthy BO tlint the food nnd the Piilmonlc Syrup will make good blood then the nnd thu patient will Biirely get well if care If tnkon to prtVent frecb All who wlBh to consult either iirrfoniiDy or bv cnii do no at IIH prlnilpul corner nf Sixth and Arch every ttchcnckB nirillclncfi nro sold by all the OUR RADIX Old on IIIM Hind ICBH nliiiiKhtnro of Weather in Manltatftan of Iniinor nl ItlnuJIoiT fietiiilne Than I liildrcttM Onr of Anna VEGETINE PURIFIES THE BLOOD Renovates and Invigorates the Whole Its Medical Tropcilies nrc Solvent nnd VKOETINE Utnndo oxcluclvily from thcljnrks untl BO TnBcnicAoo tt NonTitTfESTirnH mrtLWAT nndir onn tlio flnat Trunk Knllwiiy Linen sf tne WICST inil NOKTII with niiiiicroiiK Itrnnchrit nnil fiirins the cliorlest ftnd iiillrliist route belueel unil nil in ortirtn ililirorniit nnd the Uenlern In Omalm and Calirornin Line I tinkhortert anil bi t route chlcafo nnd ull piilnm in rrn Da Ne aiht Aim Ilx 1nnl nml IB tlio uliort line all polntx In nnd und for and all pulntu in the Ureat anil 1ctcr Uno U the best route between IhUato nntl New nil oitilB In Southern and Ceulral Its Jroen Itay nnil hlnc the only line betvveen UMoimo anil Fund dl llreen llancucl and tUn Luke Superior Vrcppiirtantl Uno Isttieotilj ruiily nud nnd all points via ttnil MihvnuUio Line In the old Lake Shore and is the only ono panlni bjlween anil lliililiiul Ko Inlliiiiiii 1alaic Draivinsr Hoom Cars nrn run on all through of lliia Thli ONLY LINK ril nil III K I hemcan be tween Chleauo nnd Paul und ami nviu Urciii are made at I with the Luke hbore Michigan Michlnn Cenlral llaltlmore Knnknlieo and Tan llnnclli tor all points KAST nnd with Chlenso and Alton and Illinois CYiitrnl lor nil points SOin rloo eonneetlons me nlcu iniiiln with tin Union 1uclilc at umalm for nil far Went LMOHO connections inndo nl junction polntu with trains of oil erorn Tlckotii over thin loute am mild by nil fouiiou Ticket In the United Suited anil you ask for your TIcklMn via tin Cliicngo NorthUestern tako UNow York 115 llroadway Boston a Stntn Mtriet Dmalin sis 1iirn ham Street San Kninelnou IJI ert Street Ctlleauo Ticket tW Clark under Shornian House corner Mnillmm suvef Street corner Klniln mid Tamil Streutu Welle nnd Kinzie For rates ir inormallon not nttulnable from vour Immtt In apply to OinI MIIIIK T I L O AND ALL WORK Shop over Slioc near tlic EUloru 25 Specifica tions and DETAIL DRAWINGS For ill kind of thtit It fllttclunllv urAdlcnie Iroin thi fvvtiitn cviTy tnlnt of Mcrofn liuin uiicrotiH lltim Ilc nt tlie tuul nil tlmt nrUu frum im pnro blood nnd hroiiir mill cituunly Iio effcc tunllv cured lhrontu the 1or VlrnrHnml Kruntlvc of Ihc IllHtlllCH II III PI I Meitldlieailnnd Itlnuu irru VKVKTINK hart never failed to effect a perma nent 1or IIH In the Hidney Com trrnp female iiriclnu from Internal ineriiiK tlUenpcB ana 4iieiiprul V K netw olrertly upon lllocnllBeBOf tliene It and utrenijthens the whole ivcttt upon tlie ttecretivo ill InvH cnreft nlcerntion nnd regulated Tor llnuitnnl Ialnltntloii of the Heart Iilex nnd 4enernl IroMtinttoii of the XITVOUH no niedielne haf4 given Bnili perfect BntlBfaction the It the elennfefi ull the nnd poexeeBcn n controllini power over the nervous The reiiinrknble effected by VBOETISE have induced many and npolhecnries whom vvc knowto pruMcribu nnd tuc In their own In VKIIETINK the best remedy yet ills roviTfd 1nr ISe aliove and IB tile only reliable Hlooll 1lirlller yet placed bofore the THE Tin fullonlni If Her from paB will he nl with liy many liliyi with IUMMKI Uumil nl Ilin Nn tillllctcd ponton can thw euriulvi STKVBNB Uoir have good tor ritanUnj vutir YKUKT1N cine of th bctiii hi IKM now IT l irom i l value our ftbl tliftt it He is of two yearn hu ban of IIH rt by From THE H Mi AMI 1 NEW April EDITOK How any correspondent can be ex pected to write a letter worth rending after such n spell as wo have just been through is more than I can under Talk about your equinoctials This must have boon old Equinox When it hasnt rained it has snowed nnd when it hasnt done cither it has hailed and all the rest of the time its been colder than tho upper end of the North polo anJ blown great as Mark Twain puts wo have had weather enough to go all and left over to give to the I ask as a man and a Chris how I could be oxpectod to go hunting round during such a time for items respecting events which would bo absolutely ashamed to happen during such wnalher But as my necessity knows no law save that of filling my appointed column at the appointed and as have already spread my excuses over as much space as 1 dare give I will pro ccod to giving you fair that if I cant find enough genuine facts to fill out my 1 shitll not scruple to manufac ture as many as may be necessary to make up tho And right at tho one subject appropriate for present reference suggests the facts regarding which have neither to be sought out nor nmnufacuircd and that is the condition of the sUects of Now York at this I do not boliuvo that ever before in the history of tho city was there a ras cally sot of inon in the street clean ing department as at Shel tering themselves behind technicali or squabbling among DBS MOINES MINNESOTA Three Dally botwoon Dos Mines nnil UoiniecllnnB cliye and ctttjln with all or on this Clilcojjo Xorthwejtern H IUBHcuger trnlna for fius Molnen and all points ANDREW Mnnufcctnrei and Punier in Hiding Constantly on linnet a pood assortment of Curry iiiiiigy and uvcrythinjs wsuiilly fouiul in a llrst class liiirniSbs A Large SW of Saddlers Iteiinlrtnt rtoiio with neutncsa on 4l uluiip and wnu MO Tar rcctucud thnt ull tin Mm hto rucovwry A council of tuultl ylve but thu UintiHt iKipi cii his CVIT nillyiiiKi two of tliu iiniiiljiT clirifirintr ihut he wnu tlie rctich nl hiiiiKin thnt evin iiinputntkni cuulcl not lit lnul not viyor enough to yn diirt tlu then CD i Mint need him nml Horn tlmt UMHto hf bmn ImiilnMiiuflv 1ie lutily licen Me tins lately re liiw llitovvti iiwnv liU Irutclur1 and nut ulnml vliytTlnrtv nurt there U Htill nune from the where Hie Hint WHH we liuve the ultcut cniitUUucc lUal iv HUle time hu be Me inked nboiit of hut lalely lUfH hut as he declares hu in tno well to be tnkluii ALL IISGASlislPTIIG If VKttETINK relieve purl fy nnd riirw Hiith rehtorlni the patient to prefect lienlih aftyr trying difturent not ton cluuve U you nru n yon can ho cured Uliv U thlt muillcluu Hiich cnrea It Ui the tatho clrcw It CHD truly he called thu jltCAT ltlA01 Thu jjrtMil nourco Ui ilia blood find no inedtciue that douH not net directly upon to mirify ami han nny JUKI claim upwu public T I STEVKNS Dcnr have taken noveral hottleti of your nnd inn convinced it IB K vnhtulilu remedy lor Kidney Complaint nuit deliillty of I cau hcnrllly rerominend it to nil attlledng or brazenly and refusing to they have almost totally neglect ed their business nil winter anil ninetenths of tho city streets arc in a state which would be disgraceful to n country plunk It i road in tho worst ol but u few days ago West tldo public If Ml supply of nil Itimls of racnt will on Give mo n era 1 DAT NIOIIT Cednr flMO Oeilnr Val Grand IiMT ii15 it MolnesArrlvu nt DOB MoJnoa BltO u in Amen Accommodation loaves Amis ATHlS it H and ull South mid aunl Tlikct AROBt BOOT SHOE first door wait of Smiths from the nbovu YOUTH i MONKUK 1A UK 886 Athens PREPARED BY VEOKTINK In Hold liy All n HtylcM ctirilM with inline lu 0UW for Asjcnt8 outBt Vinn A 2Hw ito LADIES FAVORITE CARDS with in SINE JEWELRY THBOTIGH TICKETS TO IOINTS OM TBK Rock Island and Pacific My facilities are now better than ever for turning out fustolasB nnd ut prioos as AS THE LOWEST A AGKNTS WANTED on our VDaWW TIIHKK iKKAT S Tho STOBY of CHABLEY H full account olthlH Oront written ly his liuulfl Itiililiisou Uruauu In thrllllne Thc lliniilriilud hiiiidliook to ull rellffl it Complete Account of all uunoiul Mitlluim uiul ilOU Alau the 1W 11 Malu ami Keinuio AgulitH coin inouey on Pitr tkulurn coMos by mall u Juhu 1utlur A since I was one of a company of over a hundred who at oni of tho busiest corners of Broadway found themselves confronted with a slimy pond of si miliquid broad and deep enough to bo utterly im I ut onco this spot as one where 1 a few months lost an overshoe in the same old Such being tho stato of things on tho condition of tho poor nnd donsoly populated streets on the East nnd West sides may be imag On ono of those unfortunate of revelations which will bo ns start ling ns the first ones of It supposed till recently tlmt nil pnrtici pniits in tho plunder were known to the public by name at Should tho clews now in prove to be genuine some thirty or forty more victims have yet to bo hauled over the nnd they will bn selected from ntnong politi legislators nnd business men who hnve curried thoir honds us high as ever during these ycais of prose They hnve relied confident ly on the old minis grit for the preservation of their guilty to do him Tweed has hold out with Spartan firmness through nil his the repeated elTorts to make him disclose the whole list of accomplices It looks ns though this honor among thieves woro to fail of its purposes after nnd as though the true inwardness of the great swindle were to be completely un Tho whole city press is out this week with n genuine n talo of adventure and escape by land und suit ns thrilling nnd romantic as the wildest with the additional charms of being founded on nnd relating to one of the most prominent characters now before thu This is the story of Tweed himself from before his escape in to the present made up from his private diary and his per sonal narrative The mysteries of his Ilight and which were n ninefold nine days wonder nt the time of their arc now ex plained for the first How the fugitive laid his how ho finally eluded his how and where he lay in and all subse quent circumstances are hero given with graphic In view of the present renewed interest in tho hero of this and his old confeder its publication is unusual It is a serious question whether the majority of mankind would even if they had the to live on this earth ns long as Captain Fred erick who died in this city on Tuesday last at the age of 111 Lifo must grow wearisome before the close of such a mor tal Still it is very inter esting to us of a later growth to look upon Mich a link between the ages wns this old whose face and form were until quite lately not unfamiliar on our Think of talking with a man who was bom bo fore your own greatgrandfather who learned of the breaking out of the Ameiican devolution as a piece of current news who was born nt about the snmo timo as tlio first Na wntchcd his whole from obscurity to the highest power PVMattained by nnd shook hands with tho mighty exile nt Helena who know lilucher and tho whore she appeared ns Anno I3oloyn in her own A Crown of Anna is an undoubted success as n but her tiding has brought upon her n broadside of Steinwny Hall has this week been tho theatre of n scries of semimirac ulous performances called Tele phone in which the prac tical success of this marvellous ncliicvemontof science hns been pub licly Numerous piano pieces were played by n pinnist in and woro distinctly nit diblo to olr New York What will these fellows do HOW DIIIMMtKX Alti MA RATES OP ADVERTISING Ono Column one One Column CO One Column three SO OO OneIInir column one ITenn SO Column one tir t6 OO No deviation front tltcne for llnalncHH CnrilBSli linn or POT year ouch additional per Iornl IVotlccitTcn pw ltn for vMb ArivertlHlng doneit Leal I Very interesting reports are beint published in this country and Eu rope of injuries to eyesight nnd to the spines in tho vnrious schools of tho Rooms not well venti light resting upon the wrong desks not where they should nnd seats not of tho right with other all within nre among the causes assigned for the Professor of nfter examining the eyes of ten thou sand school states tnat tho eyesight of tho pupils is injured by the causos referred A thorough inquiry mado by Lucien Surgeon of in the public schools of that resulting in inspecting all the in belonging to live of tho which live wore typical of ull tho from tho primary schools to the normal and high Hero nre the prominent points made by all preceding investigations In the first it appears that of the pupils of various aces whose eyes he no less than thirtyfive ier had inherited or acquired defective Of twenty per were near sighted nearly twelve per far and tliree and Imlf per had vision so defective as to be beyond the reach of help by glasses or any other mode of In the second that this im pairment of the far ns near sightedncss is is a gradual result corresponding generally to the age of the and his or her at tendance at Among children not six years old ho found none that were 5y the time they are seven years live out of every hundred have acquired short sight when they are there am eleven out of every hundred similarly troubled when thirteen years cf nineteen in a hundred and at eight een twentysix out of every hundred pupils have become near IIowo concludes in the Buflalo about ono pupil out of every four that goes so far as to graduate at the High Schools is made The Triumph of Art lit Railroad Ycnr year wo note lie footsteps of progress in many In no direc tion is progress more palpublu than In fncilltlcH offered Hie railroad traveler uf the present Looking buck but lew cutt sec Hie toiling aiwillike viince inudii iliy ly day by I lie ns it slowly Uiil surely drawn towards sundown by llio piilien or the slowly moving fiirm horse then came tlic oldfashioned singe following closely we had the canal packet then Hie atemncr on tlie lakes and rivcra Ilien the locomotive engine nnd the stagelike tlio piilntiiil couch iind more thnn pnlntlnl drawing room ami sleeping not sutisllcd with that marvel of wes tern tlic Chicago North Western ns wu slated some weeks liiw developed hotel cars that lor usefulness und eclipse everything of tlic kind that hai ucem hitherto placed In service on nny Some of our renders scum to have BOIUO doubts about the merits of hotel or their superiority over tlie socalled dining that is run for a few miles on gome I am not so sure about said one of our as he finished rending our first article about these hotel coaches that are I he run on tlie Oimihft and California line of the Chicago Northwestern am nut so sure that I would caiv to lake my dinner In any no matter how much like a while it was running at the rate of forty miles im It is a that the faster run the lust JULC it will be that this road Imulcd from Chicago to Council in lens him ten the now celebrated Jxr rctt and Pulmcr On that train was a hotel mil an willi less whvnls under poorer and in no way as strong or easy for riding in as these new cars are to and yet while on tlie Chicago Norlliwes tern running at an average rate of lifly miles an we took our breakfust as comfortably us we would at Delmonl in New It is well known Unit the Chicago Northwestern Kaihvay is built over Iho most favorable line as to grades that couM be found between Chicago and the Mis souri with hut few curves its track is mostly nf heavy slrel gravel bal willi wide giving It mancnce and is as smoolhe a floor all its Ciirn slrong wllh plenty of wheels under and with springs so adjusted that the usual bouncing and oscllation is reduced to the We observed last week that in an ordinary car the side motion anil rising and falling of thu car was less than half an and sometimes scarcely We be lieve that it will be found that a person will tit in these holel cars und eat or write as ennilbrtalily as he could at hU desk or table at This we choose to call the triumph of art in railway The IrlcHI ami Hie A French journal that a famous French lately do who was brusqiij and unpol on entering his house one an old priest who had been I ladles nuillcu by Thomi bonks ncll at M WITH A CSLD IS ALWAYS Wells IISK Carbolic mill NEW FURNITURE SHOP B Caatral Iowa Ticket CONNECTIONS MADE AT GEO SCHUELBE Has opened on ft Urgo Stock of n euro romouy for JUUOLH M MM AN PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE SOLD HY ALL 7 Slilh A LUCRATIVE want mow w nntl SOUinen Silverware5 AND and torraiuua of Uno tor all Spring Particular attention givon to Be oalrintf and manufacturing I urniture o Order Rnd Picture Fram itooiiiUliia to tnurt or AAdVONH f ita Sewiiii MacMiiB 887 A 850 llronUvvuyi or Kow La A7HOME AND OF NOW IS THE TIME TO JECUBE I1V Mild Ilrllla iuunlry for Stock lliiiBlng in Iho Uiiltod Kull DIVORCES avenues I a short timo within the spnco of n single somo dozen piles of the ac cumulation of ninny One of those stood over ton foot nirl into its top somo of tho neighboring in bitter derision of the city government thoy are taxad to sup had stuck au American Tho notice taken of this particular in and tho fueling it I induced those high und mighty despots of the cart nnd shovel to remove a portion of tho obstruc but there remain hundreds of similar cases of which no notice is The recent rains have done n good deal more for us in this lino than tho Department hns accomplished dur ing tho whole but enough re mains to brood a pestilence in the coming warm If every ollicinl whose shoulders share tho responsi bility for this shameful stato of affairs should bo taken bodily and rolled for an hour in tho gutters of tho worst neglected and n repetition of tho operation promised for every day things remain as they it would not be long thoy would find something to do beside drawing tUoir salaries driving fast It seems as though the Ring suits nnd investigations never would lind an Tho last insertion of tlio probe consequent on Sweenys re turn has rovoivlod tho fnct that tho old cancer ran and spread its roots more than any ono sus The cold stool Boomed to touch Oakoy this thoorytnf his disappearance is now generally accepted as ha vanished Into thin It reached a tender spot in old gontlotntw who remarked n groan that ho might ns well give it up Dtiko of und crusty old Johnson who saw his own child ren die of old und tlnni lived more than tho average lifo ofu gono ration Hut this is what no have had frequent opportunity of Tho history of Lahrbushs early 1itYs is a record of adventure in almost every country of the globe hut at the ago of 82 ho inudo up his mind thnt he had sowed enough wild and coming to Now determin ed to sottlo down and grow up with the which ho has done for over thirty During this time ho has soon tho little real estate which he wns nblo to purchase double and guudruplo in till it furnished an income sufficient to support him Ho was a confirmed opium eater and wine drinker for half a and yet such was his phonominal vitality that ho preserved his powers and facilities to tho end of his A beautiful scone was witnessed at the Academy of Music on Thursday on tho occasion of the long expected Childrens in which over a thousand happy juve niles with fancy happy laces and sparkling eyas Tho decorations and dances woro very and tho fresh ness and exuberance of tho little ones enjoyment stood out in refresh ing contrast to tho blase and somi indilferontair which pervaded the ball of children of larger growth which followed this pretty Both Carnival and ball wore for the benefit of a and netted between four and five thousand The Wagner Opera Festival was hardly off the beards before its place was taken by an Italian Opera troupe from which is still reaping a for In tho third tho data oolluot ed shows that tho foregoing results nro inoro or loss nggruvulod in the accordingly as the proper liygionic conditions and proper nr rangoincnt of tlio scliool furniture with respect to light uro disregarded or fairly observed In wholo or in Tho obfervfttionsof Professor Colin ut Breslnu show that tlio two per is about tho average of near sighted persons among thoso whoso vision has not boon impaired at school or by fine llowo found only about one and a half per of caos of among a oortain class of illiterate persons in Buffalo and all tho observations show that while this particular defect is rare amongst illiterate it is lamentably froquont among tin culti vated people sent out from our col leges and It is that it is rare in the elementary classes in c nnon and grad ually incrof tho higher up wo at tho ngo of one out of every four pupils has hooomo near sighted to some and somo of them beyond long waiting his What you want of me I want you to look at meekly risjoinud the taking off nn old woolen which revealed on tho nape if his neck a hidooua Youll nave to die with re marked tho 1 thank simply re plied tho replacing his and 1 nin much obliged to you for warning for 1 can prepare my as well as my poor who love mo very Tho who was nover aston islnnl nt great looked upon this who received his ilenth sentence with and said Oome at night to the hotel and ask Tho priest was The sut goou procured for liim special and in u month tho nuin went out When leaving ho took out of his suck thirty It is sill I luivo to ollor doc ho said I eamo here on foot from Houen in order to savo Tho doctor looked at tho and drawing u handful of gold from his put it in tho bug along vvith tho thi ty say ing It is for your and tho priest wont Some years later the feeling death to bo bethought him of tho priest and wrote to Ho came at and the surgeon received nt his haiuU tho last consolation of hns told tales outof Rolwol wliioh Sweeooy pan hardly help aorrobo antl rich the witnessed the metropolitan debut of Miss Anna at the Englo THK rowdies of to tho number of ever wont on u spree After getting thoy wont to a church in which revival meeting was in pro gress mid drove out tho Then thoy took possession of a grave built bonlires on tho and broke down tho tombstones to dunce Tho respoouibla rallied under tho leadership of a sheriff and arrested tlie snoreligions TUB spring time has gotUlo tho whippool will calls to its mate in the and tho turtla dove cooes by the yet the order to remove the troops from SB uot A YOUNO to avoid pleaded that his right arm was Tho story was not and various pretexts were resorted to to eoiupol him to nckiiOwU odgo tho eiiimiiioy of tho It wns proposed to out it but tho voung man did not shrink in the presence of tho surgeon and his in Under pretext of him to another hospital lor the operai he wns thrown into a river that1 was Ho at first swam with his left but finding that insuffl finally struck out with his and revealed his n weTRodo farmer who has for some time resided a Iout two and one half miles from Scott committed suioidw by the other dajv   

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