The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, June 11, 1886, Image 6

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tilarlv Irom the pm-t i!.n li !.! i.r
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EVERY-DAY VORK.
f treat ite.-ls ;ue ti uiiiift-!, loud Ii-1N art:
rtiiiir.
Ati'l tiieii turn jiuMjil tu ..:
"The IiikIi Jx'itKs -!i In the i mils -UN
' -oiiie rn .it victory.
And xt ci iti ilc-it- me lew. Tin mt.ul.'5l
llieil
HlHl OppOllUtlltl." IllJt liOW JlU'l tlieil
i-'lwilt nui- mi nil.- tlirfjiiIt ton Sityi of peace,
W 'ii'tinjj ' wttlls In -i-.tif
Or lie ill I5 Until -.tliefe'l'lotl rii'w
l.uic- li'in in liteu ili- Kale.'
T1i"' vtiil: ctiniirh. "'. ''"'' t'hiy?
II e uiiiK count- tun
t ulm IuIom every l.ty. I
jMurreill fWf -ps .JnWJi the JllflUtltUWH tnow
Willi Initm hint ll.i-liaii'l rMir.
.iiuii i htl HKlli I- upei.i. when- is it lifnv.'
ItKnne nlmil inv li n it.
Kilt lliecle.ii iK-iiui that through the weitiJnv
iSnws
wl! Hie long niiiniiiei mi It- iiu-Mmi -.
lletier ihe fcl-iiJy tlnir: Hi'- torr.-tit'i Ou-h
J-'noii leave-, il- i..t Iriiek dry.
The Jixhl hi- hue I- not the l.glilnmg l!a-h
J'rotii ntit it tiiidmi:!)! nky.
liut ihe Kwi-et f-iiiiKhnii. wlir.r.- tiiilailin; niv
I'ioiii Urt calm tlirt.ne ot Miie light-, every
tii-.
The MV test ll'H me Iho-.' In Jllt Weil
ho-- -!-.. t.oili gu-ni atid email.
Are c-h. .!. ii it -tnuiitH l an iiiJnkcii thica.l. I
When: hoe iiiim.I.'.'-miII.
i-!iewoii.lmiirmii!i!i- t. iinu.'t-. mix tin i
Ik-IN:
Tin- JSoolt ol l.ilc the nhitimg ii-ninl tis.l.
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'MK MM IN.IlIXr
Tho Power ttxid TriekM of tho Rod
Man's Doctor.
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I iii'.i.in .. i.i. '.i in. 011 iii ......a,
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;i rii-riiiiMiiuii-t' iiin.iii i.ui linu pin- (
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phel. lie del iv.-. hi-. atillioriH lioin no
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man. ami no man can lai.eit iroiu nun.
He i- no eiadtial- of any coHejr."
Mill
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has no diploma, but he vhiliil -. thedi-- ,
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liin-lie marks of hi- profe-,,ion by
.... -
weaiinilhe r..be will, hair-idc out.
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:iinl Ihe ever pie,enl ami all nowerltil !
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liicdli'iiie-ba'r. cuiioti-l; oriiaiiietiled. I
mchcme-.eio-. cunoii-iy on.ame, 1. j
Aecordme to Ihe ludiau li-Iiei; -J
lie--, 1- cau-eii iiirot.en im- niuueuce oj
OiMee m tile direct :I""C1ICV ol .-llperiot'
ptiwcr-, and coiiseipieni! their -y.-leiu
oi medical Ileal iiienl i- '.lie tialural re
sult of Hieir belief. They delight ill
i-ion-.seeknii;. liiioitii e.:in-bath-,
la.stine; and s.-lf-tmil il.ilion.
The Indian doctor alt-nijil- Ihe cure
of di-ca-e mainly by an apjieal to the
"unknown" and trie- to propitiate hi
power by ilaiiciiij. -inline; and other
tioisv iIiMiion-lialion-. .Smne of Ihc-e
"medicine men" claim lo cute the sick
by remedies known only lo Iheni-elvcs,
and which. Ihey in-i.-t, are disi'oxered
ly them from Ihe vhi-eriiij- of some
animal to (hem while Ihey were asleep.
They stand very hijjh in Ihe c-Leeiu of
their people and their adice in council
i- ino-t powerful. When, however, a
certain number of their patient- have
died, I heir power- to succe fully battle
with the evil spirits are much doubled
and they lo-c their hih -lauding in
jocicly and their practice. .Some of
the tribes even kill Iho.-e who have thus
outlived heir u.sefiilnc. A few illus
trations of their mode of treatment
will bis of interest lo Ihe reader.
Lioutcnanl (.'. was - retched out
upon a col in my lent at Fort (Irani,
Ari.oiiH. one day, when Ihe medicine
man of the "Me-callero tribe entered.
He was a repulsive lookiue; and lilt li v
old man, with sore eye-;, and almo-t
cntirclv nakeil, but ttood very hieh in
the profession.
" I am eoine; o play -iek," .-aid I'.;
"see what he will do."
Accordingly he eroaned. as if in
jrreat pain, and the intcrpreler e
.laiucd to lb. native jdiy-ician that t.'.
w a-very .sick and de-ned hi- profe
sioual service-. The aboriginal .ll-cu-lapius
advanci'd slowly lo the side of
the cot. made a number of pa e
w it li outstretched hand- over the -up-po-eil
sick inan'.s per-.ui, while chant -in";
sonic doleful melody throiieh hi-iio-c.
when all al once he -pit lull in
the hitter's l.tcc. The lively way in
which (. kicked the doctor out of the
tent was proof po-ilive to the Indians.
av io witnessed the scene, that a rand
cure had bi en acconipli-hed.
'at:iiu W 1. Clarke ejVe- the fol-
low ins inlercstius account of Ihe treat-
nient admini-teivd to a man who had
been badly burned:
A The. siill'et'er w as bi'oueht lo thelobe
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m the exetiiio-- ami a doctor siitiimoned
at one. For .-ome reason he delayed
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a'isxxerins tin' x.U until the folloxx ins
I nt sat down in silence, and remained
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.IE mill ,011 less 11111:1 11 1 11 III- vi:is iiii -11 riiiii
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JtsR , -. 1 .. 1 - t 1
held a ip at arni - lensth ovcrhi-head
ffor a moment, muttered .-.urn nnintelM-.-i'iIc
siuin !-. lowered it. carefu.lv took
lrom the bowl with his thumb and foiv-
r.nscr a siua" portion oi the tobacco.
: d placed il tm the cde of the hearth
1 eforc him. One of the fami'.v then
held a brand from th lire lo the pipe
a bad spini. and U Iy remedial ; opinion woj my 01 ..noun-in uii-eon- !!r,. ai,l0 identical. Vcars f.f v it-.ou, "I'rHcilIa ae an account 01 " 1 he romntcn-iallv "dat- jairtret i
agency lound in the materia me.lin.i of ,, ' . . ' .-,-,, 5"',,1"n !l' a -:tinrptiHil in the inves- , fo ,-., d ,v ,.,...,.,., :mil r,.mr, .. 1 ourt-hip of .Miles v-tandish." "The ,:,.tt ,- m.tI,t . ,-. . ". h Vrr
." . .... , upon the pari ot the patient - body in .;.,.. ,,. , .,... ,, .,-...,.. ; ., ' , . J" " u mapie .u.u. in wi.i. n er
the 1 odors cou.si ol incantation- tor , , , , , . it . , , . m..-i. hi-- hum m ..... u l- t.-.i-.- ... .... i;Mi.i.irl ot V a-tel I. uil.e. more m UUmt stdl I.-uit w&. nUmt ".' 'mi tiii.
. , , .. . which the diturhiii'x spirit 1- -iiijo--ed 1 -1 -uppu-e thai, next to piilmmuirv il-s. :j 1 1 . j w,.ll " Tlien ... . . - ,, .. ,, mom siui 1. .u. u a awmi .... wit
the liliroov of cKolci-m. As the Indian- . . . ... .. .' el!-, more 1..1-..11- .'..Hie to ihe-r .l.-nlh hv i ." "'" . . he Miinl ol Ii'tr. told ol "IV- . ..... V..,-.k..... .It I.......K lr.,..
, ., to lie oeted ll-iiaily Wtiei'e the lllosl ..i,.,,!,,,, , tn.ui limn nu. other niie cuii-e " line rapid change m health. . ., ... .' , ,- ,. ' - - " "
ire a erv .super- :l 1011- people, hey ' . e . . - i .. - , , i . .A,,, i. , . " w. . -t ;.. . t a-u- in ound. And "Kin-4 INib-rt (M1nn, f -niio tre m ul.- from th.
1 II . i.'.m i fell w.mo-1 line, u.le;il Irietlotl. , Ml in l....v. tl.-.t 1 1. .... . .-r.. tiltr.-e alld lloltie. e lepitce t - " ilil.inin.. m -11 III. an IO.M1- nuni tut
momrnir. iiuv po-.-ibly to add .-ome- ,.,ex to picture Ii.mj.-or and it- htt-i- 1 ' " V '' n. ., I r J , t ,. f-":in"1 """ .v t.,ndon,ns even part., it the Krwina h .pme rr. tnf ,. baT mmitm emlrh,
W thiiti- of in.pr. ss.vc importance t . his .. ' !..,.. ... lllt.v ;,: sllllll,ar H1 ' f. . a1" .". "' .' .. V. " t'z ! .. .i .n ,,:l! "' .-n!-1 ?? " n. di.st will s ,ot, tind it, way into thfb-i, . ... - t,,k ,w vott ,
III V .' "... I - i " " "" " '" " '"' " " " J.-., plea-ure. I Won JttUlW and -.t ,.,-.. .r..l,l.. unlnu rr-moXed
f comine. He w.tsaecompanic.i by an-, j.,: Hep i- 1 part ot the x iexv: i the way lo Lelieve thi- e-timato i-cor- rramwtf .-pr, ' -.miitui. unie-s trnu-ui. je through the cwntry caltm aw ft .
K other doctor. On cnl.-rms the lodsf. j l nn adjnkiius buiblins was the t.I- ' rect. "in the vicinity ..: every work-; ' ZL ,.. ' &rtae;ixn- eras or M raw will get bi;: ,,; an i Jn-r binf Kvim. Ko .j .,
th.x did not de-en to notice anv one. i 1. ...v.... Tl..,.! e,l .,tl -.-ixv t1;i: '--""! and factory the rum-hop dour-1 tl f.-.,;., t..ki xvound anmnd the -haft inthe In.-t. II- .." -,! miui -v eT. rx u -.
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14 till it wa-light.'.. The doctor --Umly , ..uVIv and come on: bright. Th, n. ( "v,en. m kcco n-!., may a, .. -non 0 t :.,;iw them in any; atu mot t ompiOJ wer obuin-d by inrctittg : M feen llm " X,og t.
pnll'id the smoke txxo or three time- nr 15lll.." h, eontimun, "and r as tlepHvn'Tut iAheXd gin $ ? "' ' L U I mM. We who wa. um ..w .
Jlij.ward. downward ami towards each ! .. otr,rt nrt being made to bnng j- : :l.0 tnJ, that it might, perlum-. vit jn ever, citv wh-re there are la- strong prepare. At "Ae Amteram v (tlJirrr mac fcM ,.th Bu- ..
4.1 rf the cardinal po.nt-. an I taking the j tu . j,aajr,. within three minute-. W.- - be well pro.ided. tor i: a portion of uie inxr trouW.- the s ".i,r. mI. rat.- conn- Exhibition, however, almost al! th- c;nv8,Bj y: tr H fce j Tlfee t-.h of fv a.
-l liiiv by the bow I. pa.d it to his com- ,., on a r:Ul,er lrge dov of ;lu. Loth-'""'-wage- did not go for nun. 1: -0l-of con- rvative. hone-; !ahonn products had been prepared with thr tmtibe at Crt A the tKa. i lark t -.
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niaiiion. who weiu iniougn .a -ame 1 ,,,, ,x j,l:i w,. aUompt thi-. but the pa- ," :;.. ...... w...--r, .....u ....-uioux-y. Uen w.mi.j prcx.ti . iwxniww .ea-, u.ne- ol t.ep an-l wasi pK-tr ot o-r r (i Aj TOO iwtr t The Hae' of
al ........ t -:n .t ' . ... . . ! lie retort; thit th,. iwx.xr ttoiti i n nxn- li -... ii-;'.. tl...T- .sTirtt-.. . tul ul.n.r .... . - r -. " . .
-I rorm.a,id t ; wa? - t 1 ie aH .:l lhl, Wlll raB th(. n i. , -j. J' Hr dtffnV wltlt nT iovi.; - - " r?', T. I ' - J Ju- wt7n - C -U-,.t
contents oi .m-rr .. .x,..-...tu. ot never wakmg up again rather tn.xn ; ru.h ll5a j, ;u hi-wine. It won id be !.. - !,, drove-of drank. PrP-- "r " , 1 ,wl that I wWlw rrMCiwr .trjpwil U ffe..
I It was then iiauucu o, ... one ..,, 1(t. iu..u. I an unoit.-tionable bbing if lKth were ea men. whether thev are laborers 01 "'"v." ensonoe o . - , x- G D,vn. ?o0 gus in M MM, ; vw 4 w
I ' had lighted it. lte empl.ei. the -Wo haw had to bury a few. bat 1 deprived of their drink. It would never belotis to any other cla--, ar.- hkelr to heat-! by team along with iho oa Altin-t m? 1
I -a-ho upon the hearth, entirely what i-that to .-avo a mint! to. and to j t!t' lu r,,or m:u or the rich man the bring' about not-and ommil outrage, co a- to forma fiuid au-v. V which ar j yi'i; Whr. how
I OMrin"lhep:irticlOsoitonaccooeiore lHat tho raseaiiv oopo-ilion line? T:11. f'-w :'- I ' ' projH-..T. .ai...m- . --' aUtleti a te-v bunttretiin-o: aium. ie y k ftr mmxT,to-. r4frf.
- . . .. .t 1. ...1 .1... . . .1 1 leatm.- honor. We have no nitv to .-m. Imit xx hi-kv and dynamite together .1 .- .1 1 : .4.. .-
,1,.,,,, 'Iim there, no uivii iwmii-u ...c neotilo all -iv l.o ahead 1 0'lJy- -' ' . . t. " . , .- - ' aia.-- is .nen aiserett. uiic-i c bt -., 1 , , . m
Po.j,u,liiiiiiu. , , pi pit .111 . .iy . i.u aiuau. 100.. Wjl.,. m !HlV :oiuaeh who-e owner make a terrible combination. lit, 1 . t, i i- , l-h .' . ,
r!. of his tinseis to the ."ul i"WMw. think- it i- outm-ed becau-o it i- not -- ani wi : h;i-?n a baJl 0 -An eXr.r tfa on Vh Cemtml
A)-i-cd hi.-hands in succe.-sioti over tho . m..i with alcohol. We know that if. The amount of permanent iartv-;- :lura. the re.-ult being white uwigh Vtrn0int rawT da-it! arca4 a
i)it)t from wie bowl to tho end of the Why should chimney sweep- bo we could top every -till, and -hut up meat in -e'ojl -i:.- ami binldiug- in j plate-, which are more ea.-iiy w octet! .j. xher dsr aad ru-fc-.J aao-
1 . ... t ...niriied to the owner, who contented? l'ecaiise they alwar not everv rum-shop, and plug up every s the I'nited Siau- i- $ilV-.lltt .and aauara! horr. .V. . Herntd. .. 1, r-itS hlofehnr a.
f ten. ami .etttt . k J U u . rumbarrcl. every human b-ing aipl the the current exp-n-e; of th. -caool- . - Tj
!id the same. Uf doctot u i ...'.. N: K-t intent. of society would Abetter I I.vM were $HO..W7.:.o.. Hotn of the-e -When a hot:-, b aoi reatediaMcx-1 ---- ' R-T e- Ijlk-,.
rwded to int-peet the patient s injure. . ''""lu,n --oatact with J.im.-.. fl. Hince :L, :h(, aWntV of liquor ; item-would not half pay our national ko .. .. Vet ;h irzh did sc: Htc J raa.
If nd. after the eauuiialion was eou- J..u;tr. t,0ix be a public blessing, xve think j wht-ky bill. Can .! f:tw:. I
eluded, began tin ir practice-. One ol
tl.-m took a mouthful of water from :.
calnba-h jI;t'-I It side Iwui. groaned, j
beat hi- brea-i. crept backward and I
forward on hi- hand-and fct. took up
oiuc dust from tip ground, rubbed it
in hi- hand,, mad, various iritricat.
".-tun--, and tht-ii pretended to oinil !
tin- water, which all the while hal been
in hi-! mouth, upon the hearth. Again j
In filled hi-! mouth, after soinn
through an i-wn more elaborate per-j
formanec. parted the hair upon th- j
head of the patient, blew the water in !
small 'juantitie-i upon tin scalp, breast '
mill other part- of hi-. bolv. Thi- wa.-
1
rcpi-ateil .eeral time-. II; then ap-
..i:.i :.: ...I. ...,.,.;.... i.. r.n. i .;.i '
j.u... mi i.i.iMui. ,... .....i-v in.
water, to the .-iek man's heail. ami
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iMth jfroati.- -eemeil to be i-iii!i;ivor '
j,,,, vjtj, .,JJ J,J, luV')a to !ck -ome. '
thinsr from it. When thi-
hail
contintieii s-ome minute-, all at once
he started back. and.
ijiproaciiinj: (
ii
I the hearth, squirted the mouthful of j
j - i .
v..H''l upon ii. :t-i ii i ; ;i .- ii uoiii t;i- jm
j alid'- head. The -anie opetatiou wa-"
I repeated fti dill'.-rent pari- of the bodv. ;
He then took up -nine of u a-he-einptied
froii; the jiie, nibbed them in I
i hi- ham.'s, -.id bb-w th"iu upon the
patii-nt- head, brea-t. and wh'-n-vrr
th -uctiou had been tried. After all.
.,: M0ii-i'i:-e. h tonka minute ijuantt- '
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bae .iruiKieii it on the inirii- ami :- j
I i
j part.-.!. Dining thi- perforiirn-e the ,
!.tt...i- i!i...(ip i- in'ilv -liril, ini' liii
, , t. i- i i
j rattle, parading hi- mcdicme-ba and ,
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danciii"; witii jrreal violence over tlie
-uftcrer. the occujianl-. of the iod-e ,
looking on in profound attention and
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av.e. j
'riie-i- ab-urditie- were rejieated
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tw ie a ilav -o Jon"; a-tin itniortuuatc ,
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min lied. 1 lie uiht lie iiieii. lour
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ili- alter he received tlie injures.'
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to-Uoctois weie -en; ior. auo wiui re-
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dottiiled turv be an their elabor.tti
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parade .i jti-'Iuie;. and bv the noi-e
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:u"' -'tifu-i.n. to all appearance-. c -
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pedlled ilts-ollltloll. I Ii:- Will -eive a-
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si f:ii. Mif.rilJll., ui thl.ir .hl.1..ll.util. I
tr, .,...,. !
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.....i..- i- i;.,,r .. ft,.,
...I....r , ..!' i- t,;..,l Cener-dK J h.-v !
attempt to irishteii away the di-lurb-inr
-pirit liv noi-e,. a- mutterins. vel
lins. barkins. oi si,'w''",n- ,,r ''."
-transe po-turins. :'.- of a xxolf. a
buD'alo. or bear, or by ansry deinon--tralioTi-.
a- brandi-hins a warclub or
tomahaxvK. and tnreatenins to .-ti:..'j'
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l. . ."5- ... i 'ci.: ..f
the a fleeted part. This treatment of
disease i-, ol eolir-e, .-en-e'e . but to
the ma of Indians it doe- not ap
pear so. ami very tew of them, even
after -emi-cix ili.ation, xvill -ek relict
in the white doctor"- medicine-.
I haxe. hoxv.-xer. Ireiniently n I
them administer drus- t their ow u
preparation. I'ulveri.cd bones, roots
and herbs are freipicntlv u-ed by them.
i .i .- :i: ...ii. .i...
anil lll.' .lie .. oil.... i . no no
., ,. - .... , , , ,, ,
cathartic qualities ol -onie ldant-.
1 1
They u-e decoction- of m'smisia.
iimiHinlti. Uh-iilm and .ii'W both
intcriialh and as di-'tnfectants and
cosinelie..
1 1 1 the treatment of wound-, conttt-
"";"
-ions and sprains, -ueh as are of ire-
Mueiit occurrence, some cf these medi-
cine-inen are xerv skillful
no
ha
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lllC
hems u-ualix 1
set broken bones quite -kilitliilv. and '
xxithin the writer s knoxxl-
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etlee. where Ic.d.an doctors te-totcd
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badly wounded men to health, alter
they had 1 11 sh"n "p a- hopeie-s by
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the asency doctor
n,e cha: s made for treatment de-
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peml seni.-what 11.11 the i-s,ie. which
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, -ill
seem- to be a tm .-en-ible and prac-
1
lical way ot dome bu-me-- .oine-
times the ehars"s are .juile exorbitant,
auiountius in the asr.-sate to sex era!
potiic-. Cii'..,."" fMjiu '(., Ill du
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RAPID TRANSIT.
n lit, '.-trie Trip from ISangor. le.. t l,e-t.uioitli.-
Mr U.TS.
Anions the pu'It-!ied paprs of tin
late .lu.Ise Kent, of Maine, tli-re is one I
trille xxe'.l worth tre-"rvms for it- wit.
j .,.,,-.. u ., lllliniiriin, j.rophecv in re-ranl I
,.( jm, ,(. oI 1...lVi.. w hk.h win ,. in Ui. i
j a ln.1:ilri.,j ,,...,.. .,.,.. The paper'
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i-i;i.ii.i.. .i,i4 .'. ..... ... ..-t
j .. home of the vuial old Coxcrnor'
' :m duds'. The xvriter allowed hi
instead of wires thev hail near
2 .k. :; ...I .....ill ..... I -w. ... l -
I asked:
1 'iiHiiiii inn.' 'i jmii.w .-... . . -.- -
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, v, ,,v tj,, eiians. auu vva- ;o.u uia.
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, ,i,,.x v.,.t ....jjers on them, driven
bv clectnvitv. to Huston, in four min-
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-r.ut how can tin human -y-ter.i ,
staml such ve'o-itv?"
Oh. vve .-tun "em
the fellow said.
xvittt the Let 'aeon, and then we tie
j -4,m m iHlx.i ,,n little xvhee!-. and i'.u
- ----- ....,..-.-- 111 -"!-. II"" ' IO.II " .! rf . . . . --
t practice amputation, becau-e ll.ev ten per cent would be a J..w c-timate. , ( a- he wa- Men), that he besan to Iy around the shaft it 1- apt to h-at J ,... , ,-,, illrila;lstil. uww.r r a"r" thn ' -l "
xeso little knowledse in -urserx. it- would sive .:- 17 -.7 deaths think the matt.-r oi.-ra .ntieim.r i.-mm ,f ,t lit too lo Iy I he shaft ,.,. wnti. ,.ra, ,,.; . barln-r -I-p. lo-r- b.
; ti. . c.. .. 1 1 ;.i ..f ..,.;".. 'iv; chiidien caused by inherited , 011-Jv. I Lie xva-a man 111 the p.-mp; miM jUl. eotish plav but no more. J . .. , .. , t ,it . . .v , , hae and a hazl !
ere 1- thestlons"st kilidot picju- ,,.,,,;., ,. ,1H, , ,ht. ,M,lHlr of if.- 111 up l.ilsiii.. after r.i -ins ... it". ,t .. i " "'d man. which prlue.Nl ,,., ell.Ht. .
. ... r i-..i. 1 ....1. ."'oaiii 111 oi nun to wit .n in , il . , 1 oo mueli idax Is more f I'eollell tl v the. ... . ... ,. . . , rent.
e asain-i me loss oi a num. oe.uu j,.,.. ,. tirvatioii re-ultiii"- from tne a -miii -iil'ictent t retire upon comtort- . . , , . " J till one ua lo- ittre.tiene.i t. attarn nt
.... r. .... . " 11. i .. . .. . .i . .eiii-.e tnati too btlle oI;ix As ihe m:i- ; ,.'.-. ., .... t..W. tr...t.u r
ireleireo. 1 nev oiieu .iiinL h-i n. .. t i, in..ntv laoix.anu "iilitJ nil me i oniitiou ' ' - i ririn ii lie tint not. call km: wllie XV till- " "' -" -... -
J rpr-My mmt. '. Vfe W l)(l
j itJil VAlM LU.L.xA)Lj.
LABOR TO SAVE.
' Io:.: u'ter the car ,-; won!:
i rwi.1-. r.j.ei n .tit . - .h.
j cXT&llZlSXZ'
' lnhor xhiie x-c i ma;
ol.. r-m-itMT en- n- .at. .
rom'Sjv s y tic! iol today.
j .., n .irfitn ujh surlue" fa'r.
'the teinjili-reMi.- w!h Klui-t (KtO.
Itm a 'ii ; ; tli- iJrej-H i.: iJrk dffnur
Await the vnaT a- They tlont
Hinwfy oni tr.jn tin- TneiHllv BtirB.
Her Wil- reujii of w ! renown.
Over Mil- r.T :fiAt !! Tn ileath.
r.ilii-tMJv -. tniy j- 3r:t IiirKT ttowo!
No'h-r. i-wi-iur th :ei :e,.,
oi.tr i he jf mat !'.. .'ur iMJOtt;
' ith wi.tkiiii-.ir.'Hfnnf rey hut.
J-iaaii.iu th-ear-. xi.at i-tyei looomifc
Other lip-hitw In ii I"ir- h
luh.-r- tiuxe worn tht ji.t -- brow.
OihT ni.:i.-r- linu- m4 ! itt :
.f"c ii! ;if:iJ n: :he wiirt- cup. how:
Oh. tor tfie love jnu ;.. forth'e
-nfe Hi th- -oiiii of tour T.nll" t-nng'.
ill. b lh- IMiut.f u! hnjH-i tun hokl.
Wfitthiii.r a innmiiKxi prnjl bjmJ strong!
1'nlJ.T not. though eai bfl .J sun
Font .on -uh Mi-h.iik' l..-art Ktid brow.
!-ager to gru-;. a hilpln." 'UI..1.
"-tn tiy - . I-? ua.t.rj.- now!
Let ti- ijth.ir. with purp. . tlrin.
.l Hith a i hantt !. anil kee;
Mnv H.'M'.-ii h ip uj I" n. oi' tii' path
Kii-i tor m.I "!. wm r 1 l"'t
t,'nlllt M- until ti lh' -tl'- r- we tue.-
ou:it .ir h.ipp !.-- k- ii--iirpaJ,
If h a w..nl .r .. l .-.S ' n -
in. ! I - l-ov .- - ii..- ..t Jaf '
ALCOHOL AND MORTALITY.
' " '" -agg.-r.il inn to . That Our
llun.lr.-l I lion, .. 111.. I
mm It- I'
.naii,.-
(Ur re.id.-r-; ill r.-me'iii, -r that w.-
...... ...i .. v..,.. .i... i'.... ;..
i. ..iii. .. .i .i.i i .11. i.l iiiiiti inr . f ul I
.. . , .
- ,hic!i that ji.iper a rt.-d that it i- an
(.xar";er .ition to claim that 1if.hh j
.irunkard- die :inua:iy. and that in '
ujlr t-.,intiiet- we -aid that while iroi- '
abh not 1hi,ihX) died drunk or drunk-!
ard-. more than twice that number
.. - -.. . .
(lp.il m con-e.pieue ot tae uv ot honor ) in our trav.-i- m ar.oii- part- o
.
y thi'iu-M'lvei or other-.
.
J a.- Mt.ffun Sn hint ( !( iuot'i
,.,. ,...,,. ,,.....:, ..-.,... , ,. .,
, " . ...... ..... ............. ... .....
'brea-t of 1 11 i Perkin-. The tor-,, to
"'
. proe that i! v. a- an ea;ru. ration, put .
J. ,..i ,...,. ,i. ... ,,.- .t....ti. ... f.sii ..
lm-total tnimli.-t ol deatii- in Ivi at
. 5701,1,. The ci-nsti-i.uL-th.-m at 7oi;.- I
' '
S'.l. .
1 -i ... -.. 11. ....:. .-......, .t...
IViii.fitii)' IliMI Tl II -T'ft: r . V 1T TMl
ihe following -latement from th
vice-piv-plen t of the New York Ivjui- j
tame .1 iii-uraui" ompanv is
an
io'i t.v, a!....tlt. fi-i.ni ini!in..ii'u' .li,. .
e:l-.' -. alld het 111 t h- !i-t ate dl-ea-.- j
'..! .. . . . .. t .! :. .. I
oi ine iiei on-. -iciii u mi u aieixen -
at -.:.to. -o that death- Horn alcohol ( prai-e -oim-tiuie- lax i-hed upon the
according to thi- hih atithorin uiii-t ! u rk.-r- in tm- eau-e. It xva-our-be
between .-:'..! 7" and 1 .:.. '..'..". ami it ' peiience one d.ix I -tumble acr a
doc-not -mack much of evisceration j burly eusine-drix.-r. not many moe
to -ax that Hm.ooo die from the p -ult-j t"',,, '''"t rbop.". and -cine hi- "cl
ot th."- ii 1 alcohol. J "J"" thins, we were -oon on hi- track.
I.' ...II ;..." ....I ..!..;..;.,., 1 ...... i I Ii-. t:ile xx :is an iiiiii-ii:iI one. He had
, . . -. . . i
that a Iai'"e perc.-nt. oi Ihe death-at-
. ... -
ti-iiiiiteil to enteric lev.-r. .liarrhetii .li-- '
.uses eoii-iiiiintioii and .ti-e:i.es of the i
in-rvou-and dp'e-tie -v-tcni- are tlie
result-, direct or inherited, of the u-e .
ol alcohol. ;
The total of these death- xva- - JS -
7S:. nui nut the r:ite e.-ii I bv ulcobo!
:ii ,iri. a moderate o.-r "centaee.
U). should haxe ;'.... '.'.". deaths attribut-
ed to these di-e.i-c- but real I v imluced
by or re-iiltm from the u-c of alcohol,
. 'Ihe total number of death- ol children i
i
tinder live xcar- of as wa- -I7s.f7.i.
.... . . r. , . ,
1 he larse-t mortalitx anions children
is in ,1(. tetieinent-house di-trict.s ,,f
' l-mo-r citie- xx here alcoholism U onm:-
pieent a-a di-ease. with its re-uliant
ipoxcrty and starxation to which must
acciedited a st'"at portion of the iu-!
.fantilemoitalitx. To place the whole
,,.., I14(l i,,,.,,,!,., j U,,. other
.,a,... ', raeeabie to alcohol a- the im-
of death at
Hied
or remote cau-i
Ir. Nonnaii Kerr de -lared that in
i-opinion foiir-httli-of ail the .le.ith-,
"
. . . . ,. . . .
in hue :UI, xvere tr.iceati eto tne dtrei-t
- i-.- .
or remote u-e ot alcohol. x nch 1- pre!-
1 authoritv lor th- modcr.it.
, ,",,;.,.. Wl. j,axe made, which summed
up would be 117. li -J death- attributed
: to other n but pallv :h p-sttlts f
. .- t t i-i" i .1
, - "f al-'l"l. The. add to these
.1... t........ ,...,..i .1.. .ti.. ,.,,....,. .it.
1 in- iaii:e iiiiuioci i ii-awi- unit 1-1 -an v
1 ,, . 7 , , , . , . , .. .-
. attributed to alcohol, itn-Iudms tin
1 ,,,.,,.,. wlt, .,..,. KiU,-i ihnmHi th.
the larse number of death- univer-aliv
eriminal intent orcarele :.es,,i drunk-
. 1 11 men. and ui-ti-ad of its b.-ius an e
a.r.t-craliou t -ax tint 1 "i..mu die from
.1 . t It.. 1. tl 1 . . .
t..-mWa-:.H. ,fwexx,.ldap-
proximate the truth. -A"l.i - li - . -
u.nl
"
WAGES AND RUM.
A IJx-i-Mean- Kitrmagaiit .--o 111 pt I..11
liver an. I Whisky ami the l.:ilmr
I'rol.l.iii.
1- it too cxtraxasatit to -ay that
thive-iji.aiicr- of the money that t-i-pent
f.r rum iu thi- cotintrv cotne-
out ot he poi kit- ot men xx ho arc
compellei! to earn ttnir moipv
' I -
n
! hard xvork? We know ot no -tati-tic-
that could lead u- to a coiiclu-ioii in
i-he- a- Ions -- th work-hop ami
i.i1.m-v t1,,r-!.h- '.tut .I'-tit.f fhn .1.v,.i
i . - . . ..
.... .o ..t.ii-ii, ... ...'v'.. .i. ,..,-i
....... iromxt I h. t lilies ot :ii, t ,.r-ii
. aroumi nu i.mi - oj wit .iv.ra.i
, Kl on mav he -ecu men. ottcit 111
. ,
crowds, who sue unm:-laka-le ei-
! "fticf that they ar. toiler-. I he mm-
shop, therefor, heeom. - a direct bur-
.
den to the employer. The laborer
find- that hi- was- are in-utliciettt to
prov ide for hi- tnmiiy ami iuv hi
. . II.. !. - .." tl
eros. aTiii :ie neciuie- iiiien.-x . iie
. plead-a-an excu-e f-.r a demand for
; bis;h r wage that he t- not setting
stiiiicieni to Keep ui-iamiiy a 1; -nouiu
! ! U.ii' ': 'f t.r . w '
;'e- - ; .t' -' - mi-j'j.. . i -lr
t'i ;.rv..i z "f !' rk.u.' r ....
i"H a '. Ji r' r- m ' '
j re! with aini-oL wu !;ien st
j m U-Iief or jr.- : . i t.t ..
-
wii.iniy . an ! :. w. . ..
able a man t bin m i r ...i
Th nil trafii"- l- t ::tK . :.T i !
UKn fie--n mi! .ml !..-.n.r
lie?. without a n t-mul.r- ;.-
r-J-tly to ti;.n it. it t iar :T -.
Wtt.r for iiini-lf and Uthr l-r f
1 conimunitv at iarsre. lor a -r!m m t
1 ..1 . .. . k. . .
1 recf;ie o little i.av that be ran not
1m rum than it U t ha-.r rn.uSh t
' nable him to nil h.tt:-M If. If the rum-
shop could v elnninateil from tQ
lalMr problem. U wouhj h . ai r of .
lutionby i.Tj larvHTvMt. U.e
! mojiev ..pent tor iiiiur in th c.ui.tn
i mi,: h -ireater than thai -.t for an v
article of consumption, and i-v.-ral
; times more lh.tn that H-nt for .tluca-
I tioti. t'omtiien; ujKin mifh a -tatc of
'atTair i- entirely unnii-e.in. It i-
, mcnnJiMe that a nation in which sh.-n-
i are -o in an t who cnipiam f an nu-
ipo.-ibiiitvioircioninthe-.vorhUhoubi
Uuppr.rt a hundntl riiiah. to out
S M-hool-house. and ju!' ruina.it it
were a nec--sar- articlo : ctoiMitup-
tion. lurth.r. the .3b.oii always fur-
ni-he- ;iie tlanie that tiurttt forth into
riot and tdinnl-hed. It t- the en- mr of
!the workin-man am! every UhH .'!-.
1 I.ut thou-ami- of workirii-m.n an
ready to boycott any thinir b.fon ihey
; will boycott tlie rum -hop. M my a
man coiildiite n,-:i ami k.- niomv
upon hi-, pr etit v,a--. il he WtUlnl
t . ... u :
let rum alone, bi.t loii a he i a
' patron t., tin har-room it i- iwt likely
1 that he would Ih i.atd ciiotiirh u 'U-
, utle him to tie ii c ti'Jv or to -.a'.e :t
;,.,.nt V,s.rtt l;,-i
. . . .
.
A COMPETENCE,
... . ., , .
Ui.m Intat Al. tin. -in I'.n In. in i. Tlmo-v
-t..n.i-i-..ii.i -11... .-.n-ii.i.- i;nrine-
,ri,,'r'
f the
ti- .- .t 1
i line 1; i-ati cncu'irajni; -111 of the ln-
. . . . , . , , .
c!is.- that n nit to tnan i.n!i utiiai- who
hae followed the advice uneca-iiiir-
n icn nv the alM-atct o: it ti ai-
. , . .t
-tuieiice. At cacu station, one if not
,, .
tnor-. ol tic -alt tan iva.fi'v lie
.
toltnI Un ha- amid-t all -ism- of op.
... .... . ... .
(lo-ltloll and ridtcu.e. put on the "bit
.- 1 ... ' . t ..-.. .. : r- .. ..
ly icn by the aih.cate-, of tot tl al-
f blue" and with this fricii
al ,.,. ,.. j,,.,, 4,,Ilv,.r,at io
friend hi
In
r-lat.-d
h'-ar -ueh testunonie-. and Siu-v
'!. mole to a W:i kcll I; Midi V -y Uipatil.V
'iiii ..lli'i ... f".r.. :,...! .(itMi fill the
,..,...,. ...,, ,,,i ; , -.tt..i ,.!" u..f....itx t..
nexei .ouni ii a maiiei oi ii 'in i
. ., , . .,
"put on the
nieah -o iar a- tne -o.
ial shi wa- concerned, but althoiish
now oniy any year- oi ase. ne i-inini
ba-t of b. ins :" ab-taiin-r some thn
ty odd year
I o our ijuery a
lo IIOXV
'thi - exent .auic to pa-
a Itlll account of til.
he save li-
x hole mat-
learner- in
t.-r. With many ot'i.
the larse ensim -lied- near at hand
- wa- hi- wont to call
ex cry exeli-
nis at the lavont.- local -pub. am
t''"''' to ia "in inerrio compa
tmb. ' and
. .. ; - ,
, - a pica-ant t.-xv hour-. no
,,;..!, .1... ,-,...v..r .;.... .... ..i .1,,,.,,
, nisiu the 1 onxer-.i.io!i tuineii upon
, niox ins about from various localities.
when mine ho-t put iu the volunlarv
-ws .,f hi. intended departure tor
, foreisn Parts. "And what- the cat.-.,
t xotir l.-avins 11-? ' wa the s'i'Tal
; r-i -. !,. I 111 -..mir to retire.
and in- and mi--u- are s'dns abroad
' br a y .-ar or t w o." Thi- piece of n-xx ,
- ti.-kl.-d our Inetid. tl nsineclean-r
, t"" "Weil (thoiisht our friend ). it-
:i v.-rx sd .auiple to fol'ow." and
. I. .. ..-!-.... I . ..... ii..t. ..
' 'iaiinxxay oeieiiu.iieo uiai ueuce-
t,,tl. h -,- ;. r i,.,.,l w,.i.l.l J... ti. .
totth h- -a. HIS .'-ink Would he the
' l":-olic.. in-tea.i of the pubiie-hou- ,
' To-day h- linds himself. :,s a r- -ulv of
thi- "-traisht-t.p." po .-sed of more
than -ullictciu to retire upon. and. tor .
..II tl...t d... !.... It-... Iit ,,
all that. s abroad, too. I.ut -exen-
and--'-a-dax and over-t 11111 1-
.iiiil..t.i.i li. .tiii nt',.r. ttt.li. !.... ...ti..r
to a man -till in the full M,,r ,.f life
-o he -tick- to hi. e.Me. and although
occasionally eh:il;.d about hi -teapot"
prim ipl--." he has alw.u- v, ry much
...... - ., ..... .., .... i-tini. - . .,':
the b.-st laush when he f.-llec;- that he
I..I.I t..k .-..,.. ....11. .. ..... . .,. Ill I..
in time. Hi, litt bankins acotint
1 "n lay by .pti.-tly aifiuuiilatin-r tor a
".ear or two more, ami then he can
; i.iiow ti.e example of th pul.lie.i:,.
' and enjoy re-T after a Ions pnll of hard
v.ork. "And lec.v tttanv ol vur tu
:.ok xotir adv'a on that memorable
i:isi,tJ" we ask. The reply can be im
ajrinetl. Tiley went 011 their old wav.
baiit up a h:ind-oine p-erxe fund for
-.iiie other ccujaiH oi the local nun.
md then in time of -ere and v.-ilow
w
leave.-, repent..! their tolly, its the
.as, in manv a home out-::. that
o.
t.tiT-.e ttta.l. Mil? t! ttl'lV .-It '1 tl.'.. tli-lt
. .
t!,i- in-taiice'm v awaken a iho ishtful
one
to realize 'how much mm be
l"l. f.-.t. T . . ..........It .. n.. ..rl..:
j nt- 1 'iiiaiia iy itipirii.111 . -.i .;. . in?:
-. it- 11 . i ti -.
main tpmbl- in all ihcs- JatKr riots 1?
. , ... u ; ,..uji wnB.,r
w hi-kv. It .i.,uor cottitt Of Kent awav
. ,. '
rrnm TvnL'iiicr-mn ivnnn : wwt-r iT-f .an t
" - , , ,
strike, there would be very little dan-
ser to life and property. The Anarch
L-t-and Coiuniunist who want to de-
1.-1- a:iu X..IJUJIIHUI.SX- . t.-xih 01 ur-
i- -tro. proiH-rtv lor the -ake of bmldins
no "a new "-.-tctn are not nunier-
iit.
011- an vw here.
oler worktn --nit n
would -pum their ttuin-ci-: and rfa-e
t loow ihein in anv atl. mot
? f.Am. f ! . Tl. t attb
""- a ' t '
A LONGFLLLO.V STO-t'?
'Mi'lr I j Jr. m tli- If f .-ii- -f '!
'..-f l'-"l ' -Th.-
ii- i:. - r. f .'-: ' -atnrv
la t ii'Hi"' Aub'irn .. tut
i. .- i-fn pplins: :rm the ..
.i.j. ..J thr lr4in A merit-. i " r-.
..n J a- 4 wntvn e -ri-KM- .i. f ff :.-. ni
h - prepared a i.: r. -ntrl. r. ..i
itn frui a nin.. a j...i!),f 'i! ii'-
,i
rjatnea -J Ineieiiow Tk- ".j- ui
lh. t3kVr pr nt be,..
.. .. , w - ..;,.. ii.v" in te-
At th ol.--- of a llatn . t1-. n i'
.... ....
i,jw'.v "Autumn. -il.aw..tb. :. u-
Sin-or.r -TUe Kit- ? I"'1 ,J
.amA f tnriei!o rk- O.i- ul
Btchi:ij: "Thfr VtUa n;a.-kmith
j,,. ,rim, with which 8v -ao.t ti-
..Iirvl, of paa' hcn he h.n!
. . . ,. , ,-,.,..'
"fbe Mar, m th, 11
wntfing -It I t ' Il
ha.-tcnel toward the spot nl there
m.-: The Black Kntsht." who '
tome frm "Tne Cx-tl.- b the .--a."
ttm-t iut pliant half hur uiwlrr
- . .. . . . ,, .
"The Il-mimk Tne. -vbtlr- thr Wat k
"Knight to! J thr torv of the "Maiden-
hiKid of the Lunatic tiin" nbo sl
U-,n ki lied m 'The reck of the He- ,, j-n, ttn) .iu.- :.
, - TuU w-urr-tl jn at th m!, t nerh ha.f
. .r. . f :i... - ..t. tK- ' , "
" ' V'R1- ' "' '" .
liwrllmr. as the ve-cl wa n--
tumin in.ni ()! M.-r. ' ;
-The Ucli-of Atri." hanginm "The
ijif.-,-. f lini.v " thfii n!i. tl the
; ,.( Isrf,.w-- m! t;w.t w, nt f,.r.,Ulvr to :
.... ,,. ". i .. - '
"Ihe av-itlf Inn, whyre the were
- ,
p-ined by a num. rou- company. Att. r ,
all had r-frc-heti thcmr.v. with;
"lat.nta ine irotn " 1 n. u.uii-i m ,ls ,ar to en?.-; .1st. t
Life." which was handtd routoi i-y m., tn. but tt i- ai.l
-The Quadro-n C.iri" they pa-M.1 of M Uj,, ai:MiaWr a,!t .
aw ay a lew hours ciijoymiue iwh
li'ht" and ton., r.-ia- t.e'ettier
Thitm-rh "Ihe Open m-U" they
tOllllI see "I he Ktenitlg M.ir" SHI
h. ar -Hie Sneers"' chantiti-"A Hymn
to tht-Niht." and a littb- lat.-r they
u.-re "The Witne-ses" of "i'aul IV-
. re-Hide."
The .Spanish ."student" tlfM-rilj.'.!
The Launching tl the Ship.' w huh
he had witite d from " I he Ir.d-e"
ov.r The Mrook oil "An April !a."
"Kianeliuc" told of -The II jn.ii-.'
of the Crane" on "An Aftern.Hn m
l-''bniary at her hoin- m i.ran i-prc
ot Meiix told -tone- ot "ihe l hail-
toil! ship
'tin! "The Haunted Hoti-e."
and bade them "I.e'.x are ot
'
.sk. leton iu Armor "
At tiie coiiciii-toii ot the-e "lap-, ol
a Way -ide Inn," "The (lid Clock ' on
the tairs " saxe "The arnins" that
it wa-time to retire, they could hear
The Mae .S:nsi" at M.ilnis!t." a.s
they walked in the "l'oot-t.p- of
Ansel-" up ""'I he I.addcrol St. Aus'--
tme" to "The Terre-tiia! I'aradi-e. "
ami each fell a-I".p lisienins to the
"Voices of the Nieht." 0'-i,.'.'
('oFUlltTCiuf .':. 't.
HEATED BOXES.
Tlir I'uutr ul .Mueli Xrtntli.ii. Iirliir. Wur
rv mill I moil, .-iiirin-.-.
Tic- heattns of the bov.es of the reap- A prIllilt,.tIt M.lin,. j..nia:it. for
er or mower frequently occa-.ons x.-va- nMr,y .t,lr a ,.rlUlll, pil. r ,iM ,.
tion- delay, and occur.- without any f h m , v rlt .im, at t,,u
apparent eau-e. It 1- noticeable that - ,, K.ritx.-
a box. once heated is more proii- "
heat aj;ain. and if the box holdins the
hhaft to which the siekle-drixer i- at-
, , , , j j , fli:,in. ""' '" """ ;""" 7" ,
"-"" is x. r thoroughly h. at. dtu. up ,,,. 1(,.,..imi. ln,i,.i,,,.,n..r -mall amountv
trouble can be avoided only In '",, :i I1IUI1,. r of stop -k.-epeix hrr !
i:rcat.-t care. It the bo lit- t.M clo-e-
ehiue comes from the manufactory the
boe-are properly adju-t.-d. but u-e
. . .
xvear- them lar"er at the sain- time
., ... .1.,. -h-ifls 'ire xv..rn -m iller I'leh
" " ",,-,,,J "l " w,,n . m'iMr "u h
-":,'" !" ' " pa'-kin -hoiihl be
removed and tne Io tishtctied. If it'
then hat-. th- chamc- are that it ha-
t 1 . .-t. 1 . r.i
bc-n made too tisht. ami -ome of the
.
..o.. ..k.r l.i... I... .-f.f ...., t
, n"f " ' 7.. " ... .
''!l,"k of ''r,,-,,,r ,,,I,M W"K ,f Cmlri"'
Cim'' lh" bov'" l" h,,;,t- r.v f'"w nr'
.-o carele- a-not to apply oil often
enoush. but the oil mav b inferior. It
.ft .. I .'...
,jr. lvmi.m!:rin:: ;h:U ' lfU mav 1h.
... . ". , .J , 1 . : " n
M,W :u a lou I ,r" ' h,,t K'1 0,, f an
'"- 'I nib for oilins a mower or
reap.'.- should he. "little and often..
The lioxes in which the sickle-driver
work-, should be oiled fxery ic w mo
ment. If tfo much oil is applied, not
onlv is the etce-- wa.-ted. hut dust is
jrathered, and thi' is a frequent caiim
of the bot, he.'UiilS- If & heats.
0 jjr,. tnm. in d.o i to remove all
t
,i:. .i- .t 1. . :.. :.. ..! .1 .1...
.....li.!'. .. ...1 .....r.--..,..-
,ir'; -'r'" I-revention as well. It
will al-o rudtic th. wearing of th"
w no woui.i never aavc a 1101 w m-
i -: .
have a -han eye and of a carfui
tmr.d. .i'rt rir.iri Airint tun$i.
A Substitute tor Lor7.
An o:ni inc.t-try ft.- tnn in
France to supply an artit:cia! j.o"et-
.
. .. -.,
tute Ior naiurtl nt m TU"! 0l ,h
jrrowins inntSeemr of thr UtUr to
meet tne dfmands of an and industrr.
The majority of the product formerly
suuar sTAnsrics
l rki 1 1 y
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iywrt'l fr.l t'.iff ! i
t -.-. .' !.- '
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Ar b :r t-p.rt 'inxnal a.I
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of U.-t ar. !: t tta-l ib-4 rv.
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l.,.-r .'r-?r' reultia fivro th- low
pn,.e, 0f x- y ar ( u .a f..!u
m.ijy taaa n ..'iar!. r i-f th- wl-.
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rem,.,, ir-.m ina:
tin, LouiMaua Pr-l.... !
but '."!," ton-.. n- r -r-
nearer I.'.." : -. t.. .
mir (lh..r 4.ni, j u ,4r
w ,,, Um Ui,t; j
sr-i-, , ..otribot.- ..m
rwi .oiurioof .-m
xhr -,.in,w,rh UUn,!- . r
j,tuuu I u of the tr. ' .
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quality of nat.ve UUr. the pi ;? :,
of t h.n. . unI the U.-h pre e ..! w. ;.
! jU Ux ht, ,Ml a far Irr.,sT j,
C jf th,. h., J-Mltr Mii.:t. Lerilltli
pr,MIM. iA,t vxr !...,.'.v., ,, Au
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;i..,,oi. U I-i,iiii :, and If .-It- 1
! .V.is t..!- tturih'.'t ci.titnbu:..:. s
, ..hi-p,,, frro a f.w 4- A.t.re.
,'j pri.iuing aU.uS l.i ts
it j, i.j,, Mj ,toll tm w,-i n,,m,
, nIl im..nant I'a. the -o,t .ndu-trt
i fj,.t HU;..,r t, lar-U iini-'ft.-.! int.. v
; country f.r reAitiu j t.rp.- v am! r
,.. a!, Mlw ,Jat.-p.im -uj.'..r. t ail. a
hr
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j ,,. ,.., ,h,. xnarkct a nu iinih.rta,t
B. M - -
comiiien la I source of erstaihai.
1 susar. the Iar'ei cr.phabts l-enbiit
.,.. n t,js. .ur s. untitle ajrricu.tor ft-,
xxhojjixe ;ih ir.no fur hki to
,liN !is ,. ,,f tjl(. Kr.B; Am.n.R
',.... o-of the future li:i-..- vet to fii-t.fv
their faith bv their w..rk-. '1 he main.
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i,t,..nr,. f , oinin. ntal j;!uco.e. or arti-
ticial starch -near, has ..flat.- jear-
! r,.: h.-d fiiormii- pn.j-rtion in tin
( olllr . ;immi ,,,e tu x able t. n third
' of our cm. -usar cp.i K. U. liottk, r.
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COULDN'T TELL A LIE.
Old Mini'. Il.rolr sw,rtll, .. In t It
( .in..- of I nil It.
1 An
i,Vl.,j i the neiehborin- tow 11 of 1 .ml -
f ht,; ,m ,.
prop
xx a- xcrx .-loxx a In. tit pax ins his btlN
' . for;v.,M;;hSi i,olir.. The thr.-at maUe
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" '" next morning afUrrcm injr the
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, letter h- appeared at the law -yrr a f-
. m .uj .,,, ri,.e, :ha, ht. Wj tV.
---- -...-.,. .. , -an-
pared to pav. "How much lo" it all
,. ., '.,lirvv itt. rd
'I wenty -fight ttolhtr." aitl the (
. iawxer
, ' HwV that, ..purr ' draaet the
' old lan I
.... '.v-m-m is dollar and '
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t
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h-ctmj: 1 ir tlollar.
"1 ll tn.t know rm had
ajram,t TO,.. wmir,.."
... ,nf,t ' nac mv pay for
ight iollar. aati m charge f.r rol-
i
tun b:!I ,
pnj lor wrttmjr i s
thoe letter toy ou. ' I
"W. li. I declare. viwir. I ws t
calco.atin' on that I'm a pretty old
man. i:iot e.g-hty-two. and it wa hard
for me to ir,t " nvnj together :
p the. b..i. I'm at prparl to
ffctlV llftll
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rhe ohi man beggwl She Iayrr
M him Mfd ,,.. ejrfdewhi UU f
lawrer aaid Lk hT. ir
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a.ut mei fale. 111 fenotJc erfTthe B
dollars" After rwhbinr hi M gray head. tk
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