Ijondon, Jan. 4. - The Berlin correspondent of The Daily News says: There is unfavorable news from Friedrichruh, although the recent alarming rumors were gxossly exaggerated. The rlgorous way in which the manor house is closed to everybody faeilitatea the circulation of unfounded reports. Dr. Schweniger has expressed the opinión that Prince Bismarck's gout is taking its normal course and will soon pass over. It must not be forgotten, however, that his medical advisers are floing their utmost to prevent any unfavorable reports from reaching Bismarck, who takes a very pessimistic view of his condition. Prince Bismarck's feet have been tapped by Dr. Freese of this city.