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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - November 8, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio
The Cambridge. 57. Cambridge Ohio thursday november 8, 1888. No. 27. Physicians. T c. C. M. Once and Kilt Tekoe in Taylor mock i Day or Diebl. My d strut Ulm. T. Kamsky m. U., physician and formerly House he Ulm licit of of him attending Byrt Lank nut Lound College i a. R. Office in Hutch non Tiee Lluisi a snuff. Cam Arlilua. Ohio. A. Wai.l.m.d., physician and surgeon. A Jeolal atom ton to and All Flam Eva or inv Eye. Office Ovet u. L. Wall it c o ii Dinv store. Attorney Law. Office Ouri Ilonie notary in of face. By r q at Law and not Aryl ii bloc. Lollon will Tun Elilu. Ihu a of Starr attorneys at Law new to Flor Holhi Iii Wue Lluu Milr. Tamk9 ii. Attorney at Law. Office aide Public Square. Kaub at Law. No. I a i Bill Lillig Over coutral National bub. Notary id Olloe. Co to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis Manitoba railway a magnify ent daily train service the Moat am will be inaugurate november 10, 1888. 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I alone one Day in june says a writer in Trio Orleans Pim Yune a Ashing on the Banks of Bayou Yucatan under tie Shade fan Oak in North Louisiana having left my Sailboat my Oral bundled cards from me in or Der to i i Piipo Tho hot Sun. I had hardly seated myself Eon vent entry when a dark object was seen a preaching on the surface of the water at first i Thonn it it was an Alligator but on closer observation discovered in to be an enormous creeping Serpent. When this huge monster was within few Yards of Trio spot where i was stated i gathered some stones about the Sicer of Goose eggs Aud struck him eleven times and strange to relate the blows did not appear to worry him to any great degree As he never once loft the surface of the water but con Liqued at a slow Pace tip Sivam. I immediately left my Rod reel Natl hastily Scampi re i to my boat. It win Only a question of several minutes before 1 was in nil Slimm in hot Pur soil of this object which was soon overtaken. When within close prox Iii uly i noticed it Blind Ancl apparently harmless fearing however Miall Nek 1 Sext d Niv Rille and taking my at head tired. The Bullet lodged in the Collar Bone and broke his neck. Hero was a slight movement of the Tail a Little Flushing of water and All was Over he monster floating Down Stream. Curious to Leain Tho spa. Of this Peculiar reptile i made a Lasso from u Stout rope which i had in bout Ami threw it around its body thus enabling me to Low it ashore. A rail Ifni examination developed the fact Liml i a monster Stii Iko in Var before seen by me. It and a life us i i a Long fun not Shapi a Horn lie similar to Small kegs Joi died together. What matters More queer each Keg bad a some of the bungs being on top and some of the sides hauling the Tail on the Bank which by no Means an easy out of curiosity to thu you Lens of the Kris i ouf cd Uno of Iho Bough units by ii i Iii of u n Ami foun i treasurer s notice. Taxes for 1888. To pursuance of Law i Milton Turner treasurer of Guernsey county hereby rive not ii f to the taxpayers of said county that the taxes levied of each one Hundred dollars filiation of the taxable property for the year 1888, for All purposes in the several townships ii and corporations Are As follows u v just at i. An old i. Lurid la t i Anil tin nun Tive with j n unit fun my it to Lino Oil. My us be who Raiati incl Hay Beuie a City Council Zunio up Liis eyes fell on the Cap in be stipulations he exclaimed hint i Luul captured a valuable porpoise i i Seldom seen in these Watoru. Friendship among women. Are Thone who a Tyllere that sack a thing cannot Ralit. There is a vast difference Between the regard which one woman feels Foi another and the Friendship free from any thought of lore which she bean to a Man says a writer in the san Francisco Call. This very difference May serve As a Point in favor of those who argue against the perfect Equality of the sexes. Certain it is that the Wise creator never could have intended the relation of Man and woman to be exactly the same toward each other. A noted woman writer of modern times states that it is her belief that such a thing As real honest Friendship Between two women is of such rare of cur inca that it May be termed almost an impossibility. Poor indeed must tie the writer s opinion and estimate of Lier own sex yet unfortunately there is Scino truth in what she says. A woman Speaks of another woman As her Friend Calls her Friend in her own heart considers that she True and Loyal to her yet does she when they Are apart carry out to the full sense of the term the word Friendship when she is with her Friend she pours Ler confidences and her experiences nto her sympathetic ear she bestows Many a Caress and word of endearment Impi her and she thinks to herself vat Are perfectly devoted to each yet when she ii with others and her absent Friend is under Dis Cussion when her faults and Peculiar ties Are commented upon and per taps exaggerated does she stand up orally and deny or excuse her Friend s coming faults or does she not rather 01 n in the laugh at the absent one s expense especially if there be present be of the opposite sex in whose Esti mation she thinks to show herself us enor to her Sisters by her criticisms of Theip this is not to be understood As being said of All women for thank god we have among us women whose noblest trait is their love and esteem for their own sex but it is too often found not to be classed among weaknesses of women. It is to a great decree the existence i Man the intervention of men which treatment for no subject is More discussed among physicians in this City says the new York evening san than the new and scientific treatment for dyspepsia which is revolutionizing the Best european practice and which Many physicians claim is Likely to be Werier ally adopted in this City. Or. Ludwig Weiss has just returned from Europe and explains the new treatment thus there Are two different methods of procedure both starting from the same principle. The basis of examination is either the so called trial dinner or the trial breakfast. In the first Case the patient is directed to cat half a Pound of Beefsteak some boiled Rice and one Roll. After a certain lapse of time the physician induces the stomach by a method of which you will hear soon to give up its contents Aud they will be subject to a thorough chemical analysis. The other method is chiefly advocated by prof. Gerhard and prof. Ewald of Berlin. The patient eats a trial break fast consisting of a sweetened Tea and a Roll. Music on the Battle Field. How strains men to Adoila of her Ulm. Cup of in a healthy n Tun. Stomach digests the latter meal in about an hour the first named in about six hours so that Only traces of the food can be found in the contents. The Way to get the latter i singular enough and not at All it sinful. The patient is of the patient is seated in a chair and the so called stomach pump is brought into play. It is not As Many believe exactly a pump but a rubber tube of about one and a half Yards in length with a Vel vet Eye on one extremity the other end beg fastened upon a Glass fun Nel. The end with the velvet Eye is introduced into the patient s Mouth he is directed to Swallow and the moment he obeys the tube is made to slip the saturday afternoon concerts on the Lawn Back of the White House Are greatly enjoyed by and there is also a Large crowd scattered about the listen to the Marine. A few Sal inlays Ngo j was strolling the Lawn i oilman with Laird Nebr Iska and Lisl oiling to that Mot Insu irid of All National the Mitrie Ilenise i Ueva the soul a Imo be said Laird but that it me of an incident Trtat occurred Durino the War when i in a Michigan naval re regiment. At Gaines Mills my ref. Ment was beaten Back and Weie demoralized. The chaplain of the Reed ment ought to have belonged to the Church militant. He was a cent specimen of feet in his Broad shouldered with features. He always Rode the Best horse in the regiment and whenever there was hard he was in the front. He saw that we were beaten Back Aud stampeded. Something had to done Aud at once. He drove his spurs deep into his horse s flanks and dashed Over to the regimental bugler. In an instant the bugler was playing John Brown s on towns the other butlers immediate l kegs i found to he Inkins fund scents. Revenue fund 14 i i idol fund 10 Telal .29 Ootj-n-t-2 county fund. Bridge fund. Building fund. Children s Home fund soldiers Relief fund. Infirmary fund. Special Road fund. The Oil ii pure had twelve i gallon Oil barrels sent to the Bank n i filled them All. The Oil was to the most extensive watch malting establishment in this country Ami brought a handsome by Way 4 explanation i would say that this i Ike obtains the Oil by plunging ii Harp head into the Side the and drains every drop of Oil from his body. The Snitke had Lifty three kegs and was silly nine feet Long. I still have Possession of the kegs Tyml Tho head having Ivsich 1 prize should any one doubt the veracity of lean exhibit the kegs and men we interferes with the perfect Friendship Between woman and woman. There is a class of i am sorry to aay. They Are not among the minority believe that nothing a woman can do can possibly be As Well As what a Man under exactly the same conditions and circumstances could accomplish. It i they who rail against women doctors women lawyers Wom an writers and who ignorantly and p Down through the oesophagus into the stomach. The operation does not Hurt nor does the tube interfere with the breathing process. When the tube is inserted about a quart of Aifiti Fermentative Huid is poured into the funnel and finds it Way into the patient s stomach. Ivow by suddenly bringing the funnel be Low the level of the stomach the apparatus becomes a syphon and works or. Found at last. I disease cured by the use of Burdick s kidney cure. It in 23 t 10 5 7 ends. 10 total total state and county Levy. Townships and Cor of ovations. It i icon. Wellington Uyei Villo 1 a Subol la Trot. Cirii Borland corporation. Cumi Inland school i Ulm View District. N City corporation. I Iker City school Flat let. I Orvllle corporation. School la Trot. Corporation. Khlil Nacua a cobol la treat. Almli Olton corporation. School District. 17 16 12 12 17 17 12 15 17 12 10 1-1 15 14 6 14 15 15 7 2 15 14 14 7 u 2 2 15 9 7 9 12 10 7 10 14 11 19 22 19 a 14 13 12 2 e 14 19 14 14 7 7 2 2 13 8 8 8 12 12 7 7 22 22 cts. 30 61 of 49 40 4h 40 87 70 89 28 88 58 42 21 28 47 58 1 15 1 15 13 is 33 80 80 38 70 70 71 71 82 82 1 Eta. To 80 34 10 60 6 14 40 151 1b7 178 171 169 174 165 187 162 188 168 149 148 163 164 149 161 166 228 298 231 274 240 157 2s4 194 192 202 191 188 179 240 it 10 35 i ii townships am co pokat1ons. Adams. Cambridge. Eta 1 u 1 62 1 _ 1 68 1 54 1 62 1 62 1 50 1 70. 1 40 1 78 1 40 1 34 1 34 1 58 1 50 1 31 1 36 1 48 2 26 296 2 16 260 2 20 1 50 2 32 1 82 1 Senecaville corporate. 1 76il Senecaville Subol let Washington o Avi Rucj it h u popish e fact that any one having kidney or liver trouble can find Relief in a sin Gle Hnilo. One bottle is guaranteed to remove All pain from the Back and hips or Money refunded. With three year s Hui Nee Oliie Medicine Baa not failed to give satisfaction in every Case in copes of bloating one Battle has been known to Rencie fifteen pounds of water. Not Only n help hut will make a perfect. Price 75 cents. Sample free it d m. Hii a borne a. Nov. 1 1m. I forgot to for a horse Blanket. I just look at my Blanket now. Jackson. Knox. Liberty. Londonderry. Madison Millwood Monroe. Oxford. Richland. He Ensor. Valley. Washington. Wustland. Wheeling. Wills. Byesville corp Runn Cambridge Dos Inlet Cumberland corpora1 i a. Cumberland sic nol Fairview corp Fairview school District. Quaker City Quaker cites Ebony. 172 2 1 Washington school i Kimbolton Bischno dam i the entire delinquencies together with All Road tax and one half of All other Elm on duplicate of 1888, Are required to be paid on or before the 20th Day of december Ami remainder on or before the 20th Day of june next. Imperial attention a called to Section 2844, Laws of Ohio which reads As follows when one half the taxes charged against any entry of real a Tate Ahall not be on Lefoi e he twentieth Day of december in that year or collected by distress or otherwise the 1 i Rory settlement a penalty of fifteen pjs a Jet. Thereon shall be added to Mih h of Saul axes on the duplicate and if said taxes and penalty including the remaining half Midi tax Wahall not be paid on or before the twentieth of june next thereafter or Coll tvs dil Reks or otherwise prior to the next August settlement the same penalty shall be on half of said v heu you ask by letter or postal card for the amount of your taxes designate your try Clear y. State in whose name in what township and Section and number of acres Solnit town number of lot and in whose addition. Send stamp for reply. Send Money by certificate of Deposit Post office Money order or registered letter. A i wow to be at sender s risk. If paying by Check and you do not know the exact amount in tax leave the amount Blank to be filled by the treasurer to avoid the necessity of t c turning change. The treasurer s office will be open daily sabbaths and holidays excepted durin Mim from the loth Day of november 1888, until the 2oth Day of Lacamb 1333, mid from the 1st Day of Hay 1899, to the 2oih Day of june 13 t receive said taxes. The office will be closed at 41 o clock p. A. Daily during the Culus it enable the treasurer to close he accounts for the Day. It w absolutely necessary to avoid the full Legal penalty that prompt attention be give i f and every Case while it is proposed to do everything Razonable to satisfy tax papers will be spared necessary to make a close collection Call Early Aud avoid the the please do not Send Stamps for change. A facial penalty fixed by Law will hereafter be strictly enforced on All Dull of burdens grown. I rain would Jour from in r own. Anri to other hands the dear Delwit Jaby footsteps on the be Cut and thus my task Complete but. Weary mothers would i have it to would a to. I could not sleep with m my bed Yeanns foot Tepe overhead i this Mother heart though turned to do Etc i would throb i responsive to the baby s lonely Job i however tint and Loo. And so i could not rest me after All the grasses Tail Ana snowy daisies could not bring pea eat the aching Mother love would never cease of. Christ who gave this love with Hood. On mothers tired bestow thin great Good befall Eva p. Kaichek. In Tho Homei Naker killed by wild elephants. A while Man who once found him. Naked Aud dentist note in Central Africa. The Cable announced last week that or. Deane one of the agents of Congo free slate had Jeen killed in ask your dealer to order for you either the 5f a Boss stable or one of the following horse blankets five mile. He run hum of Wui Tonato electric. In 4jiaun.d 5 extra test. 30 other Stylet Al trim m nit mtg Lite copyrighted 1888, by we. Mayku Murou slur below salesmen wanted o Nantau for tie Wie or new err Tosk i steady employment guaranteed. Barr and paid. Apply at once staling age refer to this paper Chahe Brothers oo., oat a nov Roob Htwar n. Y. To advertisers i a list of divided into states and 8e tion8 will be tent on to those who want heir advertising to pay wean Offaro Batter medium for thorough effective work Tolian the Parloua motions of oar Flat. Go. F. Newspaper advertising Florean 10 a prune now new tone. 00tl84w ii Mam s perfect preservative. A thoroughly witted and Holmbom for Mablon depends when the girl b born. If a girl is born in january she will be a prudent housewife Given to melancholy but Good temper. If in february a humane and affectionate wife and tender Mother. If in april inconstant not very intelligent but Likely to to Good looking. If in May handsome amiable and Likely to be Happy. If in june impetuous will marry Early and will be frivolous. If in july passably handsome but with a sulky temper. If in August amiable and practical and Likely to marry Rich. If in much liked. If in october coquettish and Likely to be unhappy. If in november Liberal kind and of a mild disposition. H in december Well proportioned fond of Novelty Aud Louis Republic. Wondy Hudi. Curbs. W. D. Hoyt co., wholesale and retail drug Wtson Rome of. My we have been wiling or. King s new Din covery electric bitten and Buck ten s Arnica valve for four years. Have never handled that sell As Well or give Auch Universal satisfaction. There have been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this City. Several of pronounced consumption have been entirely cured by of a few bottle of or. King s new Dis covery taken in connection with elec tric Bittern. We guarantee them Al Wajs. Sold by o. I Wall a co he reads her Sorlee. The night editor of the Portland Argus has apparently been devoting his time Between the of graph sheets to Moon staring and Here is Bis description of what Luna has revealed to him As he looked at her through his opera Glass the picture represents in Relief a Beautiful female face aide View some what resembling the profile pictures of Amelie Rives. Some difficulty will he had at in outlining the face. The writer was fully fifteen minutes in locating it hut when it finally comes to the observer it flashes out with the greatest brilliancy. The face turns up Ward at an Angle of 40 degrees facing toward the East and is formed by the dark spots on the upper left hand Side of the Moon the hair is former in the same Way by spots on the opposite Side. Face Ana hair occupy about one third of the Moon s surface and Are very nearly in the Center. Of fact is Worth of rhetoric said u we iwo it in ennui am american stat Tsaun la skid by testimony of too Sands of people that hold s Bana Willa no gig ski Jiwani scr Fula sail ram. Othene ism or actions Tofe a Good matter but All the time directing unlocks to his left hand toward which he was gesticulating with his right. In this manner we approached the doorkeeper who began asking me ambassador governor a state p member of but i caught Corwin s Eye which said plainly Don t mind him pay at Tention to and in this Way we entered the Senate chamber by a Side door. Once in Corwin said now you can take care of and i thanked him cordially. I found a seat close be Hind or. Webster and near Gen. Scott and heard the whole of the speech. An australian tempest. The wind has been blowing softly All the morning from the Northwest and yet Clouds the first i had seen for Mouths were gradually gathering in the Southeast says a writer in Mur Ray s eng nine. 83 noon All that Quarter was Black half the heavens to the very Zenith were hidden in murky obscurity and As though it had been agreed upon by the Powers of wind and rain that the Clouds reaching so far should to the signal for devastation the storm suddenly smote no More warning than a few preliminary splashes of heavy rain. In one moment the wind blew a was almost solid to walk against it was like going through water up to the Chin the dust Rose up none Blind ing mass and was instantly smitten to the ground Byrain which Ell in sheets and was torn into foam and smoke Ere it touched the Earth Sticks and branches hurled through the air the leaves were stripped from the Bent Trees and went level in the screaming like a solid flight of Green Paro Quets and even in the most sheltered Forest tree after tree came Down with a crash some torn up by the roots Aud others solid and sound though they might be were smashed and splintered and their whole crowns thrown Yards from the shattered stumps. Our tents Lay Flat or bullying upon the ground even though we were camped behind the dam we had raised the slight Structure which had been Pur suddenly disappeared while pots and pans and Pann Akins rattled and bowled along the ground and we Lay Down praying that none of the flying branches might fall anon us. And the rain fell in floods and in no floods of n figure of speech this lasted just one Quarter of an hour and then As suddenly As it had begun so suddenly it ceased the Black Clouds flew past us the Sun shone out hotly in it Clear sky and save for the mud the disordered Camp and our great tank move than three quarters Lull there was no sign of the Squall which had made us fear for our lives and had taught is what a Torna do was and what it could do. It made the grass grow Green again for a few grass that would be so sure needed Era the summer was past writ was getting toward Christmas mid tie thermometer stood higher and higher every take a i me uen i Oughin net up right with a Start and the great eyes looked with Odd wonder at the Pas sengers who Hung above her at the straps. But even while she looked the eyes again closed the head drooped and again the youth took on alarm. He edged warily away and blushed guiltily As he caught the amused Eye of the fellow across the aisle. Pictures of a Young Man sneaking out of the front Gate Aud a Rii a slip Ping tip stairs with her shoes in her hand at i a. M. Formed in the minds of the passengers As they watched the Little comedy the interest of which momentarily increased. A faded Uty at the other end looked As if she had known How it was herself. The dude across the aisle seemed to feel As if he would like to change places with the unhappy youth who was trying to escape the drooping head. The latter evidently feared to halt although he dreaded to stay. He watched the Gui from the Corner of his Eye twisting himself into deformity to avoid the con tact that was inevitable. A Little lurch Down came the head and rested easily on the youth s palpitating breast the girl s bosom rising and falling with a Sweet regularity Sugges Tive of innocence and repose. The youngster blushed furiously the dude groaned the Driver nearly ran Over a while glancing backward at the seductive picture the conductor excitedly registered a u extra fare and the elderly girl in the Corner frightened the Man with the wig next to her by a sudden lurch toward his it was a moment of suspense broken at last by the sudden rounding of a curve which woke the Sleeper and released the sufferer from his delicate Posi tion. The girl looked hastily out of the window made a snatch for her Gossamer Aud hurriedly signalled the conductor to Stop. She had passed her mail. Some fashionable ladies Are not Satis fied with ready made fans but mint Bave them made to order they Are or. Bull s cough syrup at Annta acid take it regularly. Buffalo Bill s plucky daughter miss Aita the eldest daughter was away at Lincoln when the reporter called but from a photograph she appears to be a tall handsome girl very much resembling her father. She is also said to possess a number of her father s to aits of character and some very pretty stories of her Pluck and determination Are told one of which is that while she was yet quite a Cody had a very treacherous and gyrus Bronco in his stable. This horse Arta determined to ride. After having him securely saddled the girl mounted him but in a Trice she was thrown to tie ground severely ing her face. Enraged at the conduct of the horse she jumped up exclaim ing ill ride him now if he kills and jumping into the Saddle Rree mate Nail been killed in an elephant charge while out Hunting. Save the new York this gentle Man in command of the Stanley Falls station when it was attacked two years ago next month by the arabs. On his Retreat from that station he had one of the thrilling that Ever befell a White Man in Africa. Before the station fell his ammunition had been almost anti Ivlev exhausted and the greater part of his Force had san tried Down the River leaving him to he fan. In the darkness of that night Deane Aud his Comrade. Dubois. Three or four soldiers stole away from Stanley Falls Aud noiselessly made their was West Ward along the River Bank it was not Long before Lubou. Slipping upon a Stone at the water s Edge fell into the rapid current and was drowned. Deane left alone with his few Blaek comrades and the Prospect thas they would escape was Verv slight. They pushed on All night but in Tho intense they were Able to. Make their Way Only a few Miles through the Lii Elk undergrowth. Thoroughly tired out they at Daylight for a Short rest. The rain which and been falling All Nio he ceased and Deane Toon off drenched garments to partially dry them. Hile his clothe were hanging on thai Bushes shouts were suddenly heard few Hundred feet behind the Little party. The Arab had discovered their Retro it and were in hot Pursuit. They Wera so near that Deane could hear tha grass rattle As the enemy sprang through it rapidly following the Muddy tracks of tie fugitives. Deana had just time to clothes Over his Arm Ami Start at full Speed through the Bush followed by Hausa attendants. They could hear the shouts of the arabs who were on their trails for nud nerve was strained to distance the pursuers. At the behind them grew and by noon it evident that tha enemy had grown weary of the Chase. Then the hunted Little party stopped for a breathing Pell. It woebegone and almost Hope less band of fugitives. In the race for life even Hausa had lost his gun and not a weapon of any sort was left in tie part j. One by one desna dropped his garment Ami had nothing left except a Small military Cape which he Drew Over should ers. In the of an Jung Ltd he had not the slightest Protection Fop his bleeding feet and even it he had saved his he would not Hava dared to put them on. For the tracks would have instantly revealed to Auw prowling Arab or hostile native that a White Man was in the neighbourhood. A Cannibal tribe with whom himself had had a serious fight lined to us 11 i girl Dan Luv i in 11 1uiu Buff again and by frequent applications of the whip she soon bad the Bronco As docile As a Lamb Hev last exploit was to travel a.11 alone from North Flatte neb., to icon non. England to meet her father and later travelling alone through Italy and Spain. She u said also to be quite a Scho Kir in. Ger Man and French As Well a being somewhat up in the be publican. A said the physician "50 per cent less deaths last week than i expected. By the Way How much Medicine did i about half a much As usual replied at v the River mow and he Daiviel not a peal to them for Mieor. He about three Hundred Miles from tha nearest White station at bang Ala. Alt that could be Doue. Was to struggle Down the River dense Bush and forests several Miles Inland avoid ing All the tribes except one or two that were known to be Friendly Ami living on whatever they could p ick up that would afford Nutriment. For four weeks this White Castaway in Central Africa almost naked and. Weak with hunger and fat Irue wan dered through the coun try. The nights were cold but Only covering the fugitives had was dried leaves which they heaped Over themselves As they Lay Down on the Bare Earth under the Trees. They found Many wild grapes and some other fruits of the Forest but these alone. Would not give them strength to keep up the hard March. An occasional Monkey or a Bird would have been a delightful addition to their food sup plies bul without guns they could not obtain game of any they did what anyone Ebe would Dowhen tight ing against starvation. Many african tribes esteem Fried ants As a great Deli Cacy. Whenever our fugitives to a prosperous Colony of ants they Laid in a Supply. Then Mauv Cater pillars crossed their path and Thesa treasures were carefully away in a Cartridge Box. At dinner the party would built a tire roast the. Ants and Caterpillar Aud these solid viands As much As possible with Motif hauls of grapes and other fruits. It was anything but palatable food but it kept life in their bodies though the poor Fellows became us weak that they could travel Only or four Miles a Day. At last they came to the Baku Inu tribe who live along the River and the fugitives thought they might safely re veal themselves to these people. Their Confidence was not betrayed and Tho. Fugitives were supplied with provi Sions which very agreeably varied their Caterpillar diet. Meanwhile the Baa Fala who deserted Deane at Stanley alls had reached Home in canoes Aud informed capt. Coli Tillat of the unhappy plight of his brother officer. The Captain at once started to the res Cue of a Little Steamer. He found Stanley Falls station burned to Tuo ground and As he Lay in the River he had a hot Exchange of compliments with the arabs in a rattling lire of musketry. It was evident that bad either been killed or was making his Way Down Stream. Then began a search along the River Banks for the unfortunate White Man. But no Trace was found until Coquil hat reached the Takumu who told him. That two Days before they had relieved the necessities of the fugitives. A few Miles Inland in a deserted hut the rescuers found the naked White Man. In was time. Deane was absolutely worn out. His face was badly swollen eyes were sunken and he could crawl. He had no disease but famine had nearly used him up. This bitter experience did not wean. Deane from his love of african Advent ure. He remained in the service of the Congo free state and he is one of the very few White men who have Ever perished in a charge of enraged elephants though Baker and several writers have vivid descriptions of to Bias danger which Hunters sometimes Al rect certainly. Said Artis i finished Niv painting of Shoal " what i it one fire out Hare Alna oat a group Amor. I Don t to Pat in the Thi Aamot infernal abot whom news Laferr newspaper
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