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jllgQGDEN CQMMERCIAL.ggig VOLUME V. NUMBER 121. OGDEN, UTAH. FRIDAY MOUXiNG, AUGUST 21. !fe91. . IF THE G. M. White, Turn helkw. Geo. SafciM-Turn CuBBicguun tad S. 1L Hrd Lv Olvt lh bet-- claims im Ui diftLriCt- Xo Ogden dude should oust to Lb P.'. for the Lvizg r m pni!y Lk cuup A Ltd oi the fruubd iuk! guc be cut tor tough grub kr ail OS 17ART umui eriy L-- If. jut-- t at prnx-s- t tin A T E ASSAYS T m EVER. The Shojving Made by Some of the New La Plata City is Simply Wonderful. Claims at TO SECOND IN NONE THE WEST. Our Reporter, a Practical Miner on the Ground, GiTes Personal Convictions, Which are Shared by All Who Hi8 Know and Warranted by Indisputable Assays Here Given. opened about four feet, which 6hows a vein, or miners will comprehend my meaning more accurately by saying a pay streak, eight feed wide, composed of a rich galena ard a Band carbonate lying Bide by side. Old miners tell me that it is THE MOST WONDERFUL ORE prospect they ever saw. Another rich strike was made this afternoon by Mr. Wardeigh, about two and one half miles from the Sundown claim, over toward the east, which shows a great vein of galeria, very rich. The town of La Plata is beautifully paying proportions, fully sustaining situated in Bear Gulch, extending about a mile up the gulch. Town meetings THE CONFIDENCE OF THE COMMERCIAL held every morning, when all questions and justifying all this paper has thus far of public interest are stated in regard to the new discoveries. DISCUSSED AND SETTLED. and the grand caravan There are four streets now laid I) marked by rows of foundation f oiea on f mineral and prospectors pouring each side Harrison avenu., T,a Plata through Ogden canon continues to aug- avenue, Ogden avenue and Logan ment in numbers and the enthusiasm of avenue, the three latter extending up side gulches, Harrison avenue bv'.ug the those on the ground including the very principal street Old experienced miners predict that best of mining experts continues to this will be cerand absolute confidence into grow A GREAT MINING CAMI", tainty. The Salt Lake Tribune said yesterday: "Ed Auth returned from La Plata yesterday. lie reports that several rich strikes have been made in the past few days. H. B. Westover has some fine claims, and Otto Berger has made a rich The excitement has not discovery. citiabated. Nearly .every zen of Ogden is now at the camp. Mr. Auth says that 1000 people were at La Plata yesterday. The county board, the City Council and the Chamber of Commerce are working together, and a good road will soon be the result of their joint efforts." "The latest from La Plata is that a solid mountain of galenahasbeenstruck. Experienced miners pronounce it the richest find ever made on earth. Samples of the ore several hundred poundB were brought to Ogden yesterday afternoon. Jt came from tfce Sun Djwji able-bodie- d elalm," . me to believe that they are rigit. There are two or three claims here wuiua are richer than anything I haveseenin Durango Bingham, above Boulder, or any other galena camp in the west. Besides galena there are also sand carbonates carrying gold in good per cent. And from the tioat and finds the ore belt is very wide, probably three miles on the average. and my observations toti; ANTIMONY - .i-- IS ALSO FOUND in great deposits. From my own observation without any exageration, entirely unbiassed by any enthusiasistn, aad sifting down as closely as possible the report of prospectors of many years experience, I am inclined to believe that the strike here is the richest that has been made in the west FOR MANY A YEAR. I predict, and others also predict the same, that within thirty days La Plata will be a city of at least 1,000 souls- - We need a daily mail here and by all means the people of Ogden ought to subscribe the money to build the road through Middle Fork canon direct to the mines. It is to Ogden 's advantage. As a matter of fact it will take two or three days yet to determine the full value of the mineral rinds here, but the formation is such, that . It Is Har6l? possible that the veins uncovered will "pinch out." Veins in such a formation as we have here have never been SQO'wtl to is 'an Experifluke, and if these do clwse in it will be enced mining man writes from La Plata the first time in the history of western It is reasonably 6afe for Ogden under date of the 10th inst. is as follows: mining. men to come here for the purpose of mining or to go in'o business. Of course FROM OtfR OWN there in a chance of failure but the best ) La Plata, Cache County Utah, information obtainable, viewed from a August 19, 1891. Conservative stand point leads one to beWork at the La Plata mines is being lieve that La Plata is the coming great pushed rapidly. Already we have a mining camp of the west general store, hardware store, hotel, CAMP NOTF.S, blachsmith shop, barber shop saloon and Give us a good road through Middle restaurant Everybody here is enthusiastic and working hard. I made a Fork. It is to Ogden's great advantage circuit today of the claims that have and to our convenience been developed to any extent, and the La Plata needs a postofflce and will showing they make is have one as soon as the necessary arSIMPLY WONDERFUL. rangements can be made. A. W. Swift of GlonwcK 1 Spring, Col., The La Plata, the Sundown,,tha Sunrise and one or two other prospects show is here visiting his friend H. B. Westover. at the Mr. C. L. Buschman of St. Louis is great deposits of ore, and rightif miners here seeing what a new mining camp present tima are paying mines, Miners are work them. to had be could looks like. scarce. The readc r i of The Commerui al Messrs. Pee, Sprunt.McCanley, Berry, a we have here can rest as6u red that and Geiger made a strike today about a west. in none the mining camp second to mile west of the Sundown mine which It has all the appearance of is a beauty. It is copper and silver. BEING A SECOND LEADVILLE. The owners of the Sundown mine were for their claim offered of yesterday is now composed nearly The camp by a representative of one of the heaviest a. men, most of whom are Ogden men investment companies in the west, but : tA from all reports we will have 400 or tho offer was refused in about two '""() more in tiv1 davs from now. An outfit in ibirge of Mr. Hadtey ia words. They will not sell at liny price. Watt rmelonp, green corn, fresh beef, we' can eomirg up tomorrow, and then are. and oiner luxuries were in 'camp today as they the out assays eend There is one claim hew wind is at reasonable prices. Osf Own repo'rlef who es-su- y UJ. I. vie A Hurdmr Turns U:n Tiirscers anj Fights. II is OHLrjioy, ktJ Mayor of Du-r- c in the sum of ilPV ha '.'. Ki worth of real a defaulter j, Lambert t in Duracgo sod fir ver( hu L t Oden should immJiat' tL great ralu to Lrw.f of lus won EUROPEAN WAli RUMORS. derful ttiii.t-ri- l strik here. It ia cer tainly the greast etrike of tho lat years, and if Odn uir-- o rutt . LLey ran A Horrible IUnffinr W here a Man ow bole ttucg. tbe Uwietit of tli I'.eaA U Aliut Torn Kiitirely is tL tim for Odeo men to gel a move From HU Body. 00 themselvea. The CoMMuu-iALsell Ler Lk hot cakea. S.u Aug. 3). Last Jj'y A little rain tils afternoon laid the Carl Schorr, a miiiirg prospector from duet nioeiy. At. trfclia, was droit lied Li. bathing in lh ootwn near the Can bue, io sint of Li wife to shorn he had beea married Assay Com In. k. It was thought that Four assays came in yetrday. They ot.!y left cocfridrraUe projrty and Stirr are aa follow s: F'ora the Sunrme claim hi .f ha been trying to find it. SO per cent, lead and 8 ot. silver. From s woman ho says the was the new Bonanza located by Martin and sire arrived Lere from Isutt. Wilka. both of Wvomicir. "and eituatad Montana, and met Mrs. Schorr Sn 2. about three miles from the original La Oa OJiupuricg their sto-i- es a singular l'lata claim the assay ia 30 per cent. lead. story of the drowned man's dephcity l'J oz aiiver aiid from the name claim was ut folded. Mrs. Schorr No. 1 sample from a email vien 13 inchea deep she was marand 9 inches wide gave l'J1, oz of silver ried to Schorr tea says ago and that and 11 oz of gold. The fourth assay of they accumulated years a little in claim which tbe owners are afraid may Butte. Her husband went toproperty Australia be jumped the returns are 04 per cnt and last May wrote her to join him lead and 31 oz silver. These are tbe there. Instead of for her he waiting beet assays yet obtained and they axe took peaaage for San Francisco. With fair specimens of him came Miss Taylor whom be married IMMK.NSE DEPOSIT!. on resetting here. lie expected, by the time he reached The whole country for miles around show vast quantities of low grade galena San Francisco, that his tirst wife would Instead ore not merely in float but enormous be 00 her way to Australia. she mifled the steamer and it is thought led tree. The Salt Lake Times last evening had that Schorr, feanug prosecution for all its doubts knocked silly and came out bigamy, committed suicide. with the following. CArTl'EED T LIST. The latest reports from Logan indi cate that the mining boom which is Bow nrevailinc in the Cache valley ia ub-- A Murderer Turin Upon His Pursustantial and that another gem has been er With 1'i.stoU. added to Utah's mineral crown. The ank C. conon in tnir.es of Paradise Hasover, X. IL Aug. finding good will result in making prosperous times Almy, tbe murderer of Christie Wardon, in Ogden, and Zion sends her congratu- was discovered in Wardon's barn this lations to the city at the mouth of the morning. Almy tired fifteen shots at his Weber. pursuers, slightly injuring one of them. It waa said yesterday that the rein had They are now debating how to dislodge been discovered on the La Plata o'aira the murderer, who will be promptly from which so much galena float had shot Empty meat ahd oyster cans and been thrown. It was not possible to get beer bottles were found which would inany definite information on the matter dicate that Almy had been hiding in the from anyone who had seen tbe mine. barn ever since the murder. Fifteen hundred people were around The vein according to information received is three and one half feet wide of the barn." Some ; a re 1 burning Almy almost eolid galena ore mining above 80 out sad while they were talking about per cent, in lead and a few ounces in sil- what to do the besieged man said be ver. This would give it a value of HO a would surrender to the sheriff if they would allow hiin to be taken into custon or over. Another report says a veritable moun- tody and not kill him. Although the tain of galena has been struck eighteen excitement was high the crowd assented . miles from La Plata, and several other to tbi. Almy now refused to come out of the good strikes have been made in the neighborhood of the tirst discoveries. barn as he promised to do if guarantee! The excitement is intense, hundreds of protection, llij Las.' (vent for Solicitor people are rushing to the cajnp which is M:teb4lt.cirierl;bubrn.f ATitoheli fl l' fJifc .he resu;jf,jt. the conferance - . JUKUIiDIiQ.AB A COMIX CI I Xyy&US to come but." B'l that AlmyT-efu.'-v- t Moses Thatcher and li. W Sloan we a decision was reached by the jLTi'clock down from Logan yesterday- - They said rbitizons to catch Almy unawares and they had the utmost confiVence in the shoot him and thua put an end to what richness and permanoncy of the recent was becoming a f;irce. strikes. When this conr' ""srpn'Jg known re The Logan Kution says: Dazzling was greeted wr' veu . f delight by it ports continue to come io anent the rich the people, whi ;V,., t;H strongly indiscoveries out east of Ogden, twenty-thre- e clined to let theia ? ics course, have miles from which is deposited the patience. Officers attacked the barn precious ore which seems destined to yet with Winchester ritiles, Almy retaliatmake this region famous. Mr. I. C. ing with shot after Bhot from his revolTboreeon, who came down from there vers. a day or two since, says there is At 1:50 p. m. Almy was overpowered A. WHOLE MOUNTAIN and taken to the Wheellock house, where of galena silver ore which is apparently he was confined. Half a dozen ollicors almost pure. Others who have also been with drawn revolvers stand at the foot out to the discoveries say there are of the stairs holding back the excited crowd. enormous quontilies of ore. A number of well known gentlemen From Throe Sources. of this city have purchased a half interest in the mine first discovered, and have London, Aug. 20. Most of the morna number of workmen engaged in de- ing papers have editorials extending a claims. the veloping warm welcome to the French fleet. Tho Two Colorado mine owners came iu Chronicle warns France that England's tolast night and proceeded southward hard fate in the Crimea was duo to de day. We look forward to tho day when pending upon German friendship, which a lotig line of teams will bring the is likely to be hers if she depends upon precious metal for shipment to the Russia in the hour of need. smelters. Following this will come the Paris, Avg. 20. The Journal des building of a mill at the mine and the warns the French government to construction of a railroad through the be satisfied with the friendship of Ruscanon. These things would make of sia and England and not tbe attempt broad the the richest this valley upoa impossible task of forming another earth. driebund. Last evening up to 10 o'clock there Berlin, Aug. 20. The savs: were occasional arrivals from the La England'n interest lies Tageblatt on our side. Plata district. Messrs. Bowes and Koch Should France and Russia defeat the and Charley Fox, Hebe Xewm..n, John driebund, the immediate M. Dee and H. Berry and about a half will be he expulsion of England from dozen others were interviewed by our Egypt, one Each and posievery reporters. tively declared their unqualified faitti ip Turkish BrifraiiiU. the Constantinople, Aug. 20. Another Value ano ExttjiT outrage by a party of Turkish brigands 'ot the new discoveries aim those who, is causing ranch uneasiness to the aulike Charley Fox and Messrs. Bowes and thorities of this city. An Italian railKoch failed to get any claims are only road inspector at wo,-about seventy disgusted because of their inability to miles from Salonica, was abducted by a claim. r and get stay longi brigands and is supposed to be held a or mi 168 around Ja nata claims are prisoner pending tbe payment of a t off of them staked by Logan pa- heavy ransom. The body" of a mur many rtiesupon which no work has been done dered railroad man was found near the though some of them are fine claims and spot where the inspector was last seen. have been taken up for two or, in some No news has been received up to date cases three weeks. If this sort of thing of the Frenchman RufUer, who started is allowed to continge jumpers will be in about a week ago to ransom his emthe Hold. ployer, Raymond, who is held a prisoner ALREADY ONE DIFFICULTY by brigands. has occurred with jumpers which led to A Terrible Hansringf. reports that, a man had . been killed. This rumor so prevalent on the streets Liverpool, Aug. 20. John Conway, yesterday afternoon was run down by the steamship fireman convicted of the our reporter last evening. There is mgrder of the boy whose body was nothing in it beyond the fact that a found floating in a sailor's bag in the quarrel occurred between rival claimants rivr, and hanged this morning. The of one claim. hanging was a terrible affair, tbe nvin's United Slates officers are needed to head being almost torn from his body a and laws enforce the mining deputy by the heavy fall. marshil and court commissioner ought to be located there at once. Only a Humor of War. Charley Fox brought back with him Berlin, Aug. 20. The Cologne Gasome superb specimens of galena and zette a report that Russia is carbon ore from the Sundown claim for storingpublishes up corn for war. which an offer of fl0,000 has been reSt, Petersburg, Aug. 20. Heavy refused. He states that the indications in the stores of the military plenishing a here are that raiu depots of Polan:", Lithuiana and ORE MOUNTAIN OF WHOLF. Bessarabia gave rise to rumors of Rushiia been discovered. At tbe Sundown sian war preparations. a ledge about 0x8 feet crops out. It is this A Defaulter. almost pure lead. Underneath ledgo is a layer of decomposed sand, Denver, Aug. 20. Elward Lambert, Continued vn Fourth I'uyc. jr., bookkeeper of the Jan Juao SiueltiDg apt-rseia- extravagantly svoetiuly Jer?d L'h roller. Us sthkTj m and suspicion has tl.s"Jsyr. kept J jio by the supposition that b sa income from other suuroea. Soot MEuuti.swJl detective accountant, under tbe guus of an h!tlnt, ms put n the off'. ith LamUrt, sn J when Lis report iui made it ei.owed thit Lambert had appropriated WWM of the o t-- , ;. De-ba- ts const-quonc- liEIi. c eoai-pacy- Harrison's Birthday OlelrateJ at Ml McGregor. THE HOLY COAT CRAZE". 's Uiotit-y- . gt 1 HANGED FOIl ud" Lj 20.-Fr- News from Bear Gulch yesterday continued to be most favorable more bo if Twenty cr possible than heretofore. thirty samples were brought in from the LaPlata district Some of these were from claims taken up four or five miles nearer Ogden than the first discoveries and all were exceedingly rich. Gold, silver, copper tnd galena crop out as is shown by assays thus far received in si M.r.ii m estate La P.ata is the coming tnititji city of the WetL A Mountain of Eighty Per Cent. Galena in Sight BIGAMIST aiCIDES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. A (in-a- t Stork Market New VoEtc, Aug. 20. The stock market Unlay again gave evijent signs Jt s revival of contidri.ee among sU the elates of operators and the course of b.a mct dis-ouprices duiu.g the day racing to tiioBO who f jr one reason or another are lookirg fur a material reaction in stuck. The grangers as usual of lhlp hare ahe-be- d nnt attention, and whiie Kt l'nu! and Atchison were most largely troded in. Burlingtoo and itui'k Island displayed murt pixtnounced strength. Outside' of the L'mon Paeitic, the Gould stocks ere given more attention and inlustriala again become and prominent, both for mtivity strength. Sugar, cotton, oil and cordage all sooreJ handsome gains. Sugar is specially strong and closed fairly active, but with slight changes for day in most cases. Governments easier. Petroleum closing W4. v The Davis Case. Butte, Mont. Aug. 20. In the Davis will case today, Expert Tollman was examined on technical points. W. C. Lin ton, of Kldon, Iowa, had a son who saw Jauiee IJ. Jvddy write, and asserted that the will was written by him. Dr. Keith, of Leadville, testified that be had witnessed the will made by A. J. Davia in April os May, l$tH which was the will Casnier Knight, of Helena, had drawn and testified to. Stage Kobbery. Oregon, Aug. 20. The Prineville and Canyon City stage was held up about thirty mi lee from here yeeterday afternoon by a masked man with a Winchester ritle. The robber ordered the driver to throw out the rive mail sack and then drive on. The driver obeyed without a protest Tho mail bags contained several money orders and registered packages. Thedaluw, Bow Tin PUte. Are Mud. The following particulars of the More-woo- d process of tinning plates, now in use in the United States, may be of interest The plates are rolled in the ordinary manner Into black sheets, eight of these nheets being rolled at one time, and after being sheared to site are put in the black pickle bath of sulphuric acid, where all oxidation is removed. They are then placed in an auneaLing furnace for thirty-sihours, after which they are passed throagi the cold, .rolls, receiving a smoothly polished surface. They are annealed again and put into the white pickle, where they are thoroughly cleansed from any oxidation. They are theu ready for the tinning Carriage Wheel Failed ui MAde aa Minnf-tor- y Aia-ruea- t Veurday, Colim bis, Ohio, Ausj. 20. EJ ward Blair was bun; this (Friday) morning, just tfter midnight, for tbe' murder of Arthur the station agent at llartsburg, Outnam county. In March "bT, Biair, with" three othert, had planned to rob the safe in the station. Henry was orderhd by Blair to to open the safe. He refused to comply with the order aid Blair shot him. a Blair led career of crime from early youth. IL-nr- The President's Birthday. Mt. McCkkjor. Aug. 20. On the arrival of tbe presidential party this afUf noon, the president proceeded to the cottage of w. J. Arkell. In honor of th president, Arkell had arranged for s pleasant birthday dinner at the Hotel JJalmoreal. About 1'JO guests participated, including Commander-in-ChLr- f Palmer of the G. A. R, Spencer Trask, and John A. Sleigher. Shortly before 5 o'clock, Mr. Arkell and said, the president, on account of his worn lungs and throat is solicitious that this be a Quaker meeting, one of unspoken eloquence. me say, however, that this being the 58th birthday of the president, we can properly extend to him our heartiest and most sincere wishes. His administration will be known in the hereafter not ) much as a republican administration as an American administration cheers. President Harrison in replying aaid: "It was a part of the covenant that this fjatt should I e a silent one, not en.ctly a Quaker meeting, as Mr. Arkell has said, because silence there is apt to-bbroken by the moving of the spirit-Tha- t is cot safe for a banquet Laugh- - It e ' U)T-- "We are gethred here in aspot which is historic. This mountain as been tixed in the affectionate antt reverent memory of all our people, and has been ploritiej by the death on ts summit of. General 1 Ulysses S. thit Grant It Applause. great spirit hat has te its fame to a height unknown ia flfc already-lifte- ia Amricao hiptory should take its flight from this mountain top. It has sii l that a great life went out here; but great lives lik that of General Grant nver go out. They to on. Cries of vrhl ask gxKl and grent applause. bn you, in reverent ' and and patriotic remembraneo t f that un. A ho ' came to recover nl! fjilu res in . military 'Achievement' with"" Tiisrear gt" erdship and inflexible purpose, to" t mrrv the Mar of the republic to ultimate triumph, recalling with rev r nt interest his memory to dnuk a toust in silence as a plodge that we will ever keep process. in mind his great services, and in doing The mode of putting on the coating of so perpetuate his great and tin is very 6imple. The plates are first the glory of the nation citizenship be fought to submerged In a bath of palm oil until all save." This evening a literary and musical the water disappears, the oil forming s flux for tho tin, the Erst coat of which is entertainment was given the president;, received in the tin pot; the plates are at the Hotel Balmoral. next dipped In the "wash pot," and when The Holy Coat Craze. taken out the tin is spread over the surface with a brush by hand. The final Berlin, Aug. 20. The holy coat was' act in the tin coating process consists in exposed to view this morning in the passing the plates through rolls running cathedral at Treves. Two knights of in palm oil, whereby the tin i9 evpnlj Malta, in full costume, with drawn distributed and a smooth surface ob- swords stood on either side of the shrine enclosing the case, which was surtained. by lighted candles and surThere are five of these rolls used, three rounded mounted by a large gold cross. The on of and the top two, running platee cathedral was richly decorated and make two passes through them, in the packed to the doors vi ith people. It was first place being let down through the an impressive scene in the sanctuary, first and second of the upper set, and by over one hundred assistpriests in the a cradle arrangement being returned ing which ceremonies, were in the extreme. grand through the second and third. This comAfter an address by Bishop Korum, the pletes the tinning operation proper, and nave of the cathedral was cleared to enthe polish is obtained by rapid moveable the municipal authorities and parments of the plates through bran and ochial societies to mnrch unto the shrino middlings, respectively, and then polish- and venerate the relic. Taeu came piling with sheepskin. The result obtained grims and tourists. The acone was a is a very excellent article of bright tit motley one. The unveiling of the rel'a-mada deeply devotional impression plate. Iron. on the crowd of worshippers. Many were overpowered by their fcohngs finii Wbftt Vertigo Comet From. several women fainted. The procession, One of the principal causes of the passed the shrine of pilgrims, roost more serious forms of vertigo, or dizzi- o? whom hauded a rosary or cru-- c ness, is a diseased condition of the infix to the priests for contact most portion of the ear, the labyrinth. with the relic which was accompanied Vertigo of greater or less severity may by a low hum of paternosters and avep. result from whatever disturbs the blood Outside the cathedral was a busy scene, pressure, either within the labyrinth ot in which precessions with banners and. ed. in the middle ear. Similar effects are music, throngs of visitors, etc., all During the whole time thw-holalso produced by false impressions recoat is on exhibition, twenty ceived through the eye, or through the excursions a sense of touch, and by disease of the Treves. In orderdaythat will arrive at the town may spinal cord not be overcrowdod, the differeut'bands Since the great nerve which goes to of Pilgrims, led by their priest, will the stomach is at its cerebral center inti- be permitted to remain one nightonly in mately associated with the auditory town. Pictures of tbe holy coat are to-b-e seen not only in every shop window,-bu- t nerve, disturbance of the stomach may there are millions of representations cause the vertigo, and on the other hand, a disturbance of the auditory nerve may in nil sizes, on hm.derchiefs, paper,, occasion nausea or vomiting. Vertig-- i earthenware, wood and metal. The first solemn exhibition of the coat is sometimes brought on by paralysis of was in 119G when it was placed under a even muscle of the eye, or a single by new atar. There it rested till 1511, when the temporary weakness of an overtaxed Emperor Masimillian wishd it to be ocular muscle. exhibited and it was done. It was shown of nov known form as several The vertigo times again during that "Meniere's disease" is that form which century and also in 1C35. Ia tho latter the famous Dean Swift suffered, and part of the seventeenth century when under which he often appeared like a the French, under Louis XIV, invaded the precious relic was hidden-istaggering drunkard. The patient on Germany the fortress of Ehtenbreititien, where in as feels the if the morning rising it whs kept until ai'tor seven yenrs nfter room were whirling round, or as if he the last exhibition there, in 1765. It were floating or sinking. Sometimes he back to Treves but a falls when attacked, but he never loses later had to be removed into th consciousness. There are noises some- Interior ot Germany when Napaleon intimes quite loud in the ear and more vaded the country. In 1810 Napoleon or less deafness. There may be also permitted another solemn exhibition, faintness and vomiting. The attacks in- but exprpssW for bad miracles to be performed. Yet the report of th.it timo cline to be repeated with increasing In the intervals, however, thy pays gouty parents, who were- weoelod wull-eiiway aloue. Troves new- .patient remains well. Youth's Com- up, panion, Cif ':! Cifoirfif(hrje. lifT.y-tioim- x e cm-tribut- y few-year- s d . . .