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Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, February 8, 1889.
TkatrStracglaa ta Malatala raefheUla
There are just sixty women who
have taken medical diplomas entitling j
them to enter their names on theBrit.jm OD; in, roo,J1 ,of rtt. wuz
ish register of duly qualified medical , hoaru fr0Ht ? l J in- ' '
practitioners. Of these two are dead ( kn7f an,bod' w ho wan J
I. . ,. ... i- IV two of fusVclass rheuinmytism send
1leaT!nffonlyfortyneInGreatBritain.j'mt,mo4.an; I' measure it off fer'in
ur tno forty-one, twentyone are en-i"
gaffed as lecturers or Instructors in
the London and Edinburgh medical
colleges lor women or as mcaicai (
officers to hospitals, dispensaries or
other institutions, leaving only twenty
who depend solely on private practice.
These facts were brought to my notice
during an afternoon at tho London
Medical College for. Women, and they
indicate that the field for the profee
sional woman Is under less thorough
cultivation abroad than in America.
And yet English women physicians
have taken high degrees at tho univer
sities. Miss Ramsay's Cambridge sue
cesses made her famous but she did no
more than Miss Eleonora Fleury, who
was sent up by the London Medical
College for the medical examination of
the Royal University of Inland, and
wha took tho highest position of all
the candidates entered, no male stu
dent approaching her record to a degree
that would entitle him to be ranked
In the same class. One large hospital
In London is under the care-of women
entirely, and three othor hospitals and
six dispensaries are managed wholly
or in part by women. The granting of
the first medical posts in the civil ser
vice to women was tho work of the lato
Fostmastcr-Genoral Fawcott, a brother-in-law
of Mrs. Elizabeth Garrett
Anderson, one of tho most successful
women physicians of England, and said
to be tho only woman physician who is
able to exact fees as high as those do-1
manded by the most successful men.
Mr. Fawcott appointed Dr. Edith9
Shovo medical officer for the female
staff of the general post-office, and ap
pointed three women as medical super
intendents to tho
Hbtik Loadow Collegiate school for
girls has a woman as its resident phy
sician, and so has the Girls1 school at
Sheffield. A woman is the medical ex
aminer for the life insurance and an
nuity fund for tha general post-office.
And yet women with whom I
talked on the subject did not
rate women's chances in medicine very
high. They said tha with a few
notable exceptions it was a life and
death struggle for a woman to build up
a practice. Tito bulwarks ofr cdnselv
vatism stood fast against tha fnaura-'
tioo, and the younger graduatee'were
locking to India as modicaThiission-
aries, superintendents of hospital arid;
senaaa physicians, in answer to a
very real demand, sad aided gener
ously Vy the fund established by tha
Countess of Dufferln. The Lady Dufr
farln Hospital, at Calcutta; the Kama)
Hospital, at Bombay: the Maternity
Hospital, at Lahore: the Medical Col
lege, at Madras; tho Victoria Hospital,
at Msdras; the hospital at Lucknow, a
dispensary at l'oona, and nmmbers of
other colonial institutions are now
officered, some wholly, some in part,
by women, thus affording na outlet
for the talent which England seems in
no hasto to emplov at home. Phila
Ha Tall Haw Ue Aca.alfaA a Caae af rint
"You ain't lookia' quite 'a well as
usual." remarked the village doctor as
he met Uncle Bill Merritt coming down
the village street.
"Xo. doc; I'm feelin' kinder pindlln
like sence I met with thet thar acci
dent," was tho reply. "Ain't heerd
on it? Waal. I swow! it takes things
a pow'ful long time tcr git circlated
round this town. Ain't heerd on it?
Why, doc, I'm nigh 'bout dead. Yer
see It wus this way. My woman, she
says ter me las1 Sabbath cvenin',
William ,' she says, "you've got tcr git
up peart an' early, an1 peel some runt
pertatcrs for the hops. 'F you want
roast-park aa' apple-sass you've got tcr
keep them animilesfedV she says.
"Waal, I hopped oat V bed Monday
morain. bout four o'clock darker 'a
Tophet went down in th' llvin' mom,
fait 'round far a mate an' not fisdla'
osm want dwwn oallar, trailing ter
' Fall dowa stairer asked the doc
tor. "oo, i got m peruuers ail ngmt an' j
up aare. Mary, aim ailne giti I
atmTtlmism things am. aa I ealeekad
ta- aacK mc iWMP ent sans: a
sjaA tm tv mUsBMta aa Ik' part.
Aa I ant ion I ok aotlea tkti V
najl waa ktoier damp uka, mV an af a
vawm hates aermH me that Mary
mwfrfasmta? thiafs iV Samriai
aJora, am prebTy th' mUk-heacft vmi
asm th' thiafs she lathe ma
mkfcte win dsa fsr a fsjaaeeaft
Is', an' as leer aa you're lata
mmmilfttJMt es weU stay thar.' a'.
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You probably cot off tha bench and
went Into tho hoj."
"Got ofTn tho bench? You jest bet
your suspenders I did. an1 blamed livo-
ly, too! Why, doc. what I'd been a-set-
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j tlirovra ir- -tiflge.
Teacher "Who discovered New
York? Donald (whose parents
Scotch) "Sandy Hook, sir.'
THE LIMEKILN CLUB.
rather OarMr la a Dark Oaaa
aaa OraaU tha Brathraa.
When the meeting had been called to
Order Brother Gardner arose and said:
"One oven' las' June, while gwine
homo from a session of dis club, I had
do misfortuno to fall into an open
sewer. I war tooken out fur dead, an
fur months I war a cripple Our olub
did not feel like gwino on widout me,
an' hence no meetins hev bin held fur
do las' six months. Doorin de inter
val Paradise Hall was rented to a com
mission merchant, de library an'
relics keerfully stored away, an' we
open fur bizness agin to-night widout
de loss of a cent.
"A few of our members hev wan
dorcd away, but only a few. Whale
bone Uowker wont ober to Canada an'
adopted a hoss widout axin' his owner,
an1 ho has bin laid away in de archives
fur three years. Kurnel Kyann John-
sing has got a place in a county jail in
unio mr a year, bacrlflce bmith went
to Chicago an1 walked in his sleep
TrcJ!:cd off wid fin obcr coat an1 do
chief of polico took on interest in him
an1 got him a warm place fur soma
time to come. Thrco or four others
am not heah to muit wid us on dis oc-
cashun. an1 it ur1 perhaps jist as well
cat doy hain't.
"A9 many diffcront reports hev
gono abroad ns to do natur' of my in
ii i .. .1- - - - - -
nean state a tow lactra l leu esovt
fo'tcen feet I didn't say nuffin' when
I fell. I lay dar' in a catamose state
fur thrco hours befor' I war' diskiv
erod an' rescued. When de doctors
took hold of mo it was found that the
cerebellum had bin budly fractured in
two places; de clavicle bono had bin
onhlngcd; dc diaphragm was broken;
de bronchial ramifications was uncon
scious; do pulmonous arteries had bin
driven cl'or into do loft vcntcr'clo. In
addishun,'.asdey found on a second
examination, dar' war two kinks in
do lumbar vertebrae; do carotid artery
had become all, mixed up wid de tri
cupaid valve, an' de epigastric region
had collided wid do right auricle. No
body thought I conld pull frew. but
yore I am, almos' as good as befo', an'
ready fur de nex' calamity.
"De doctors hev cautioned me to be
leetlc kcerful about exertin' de tibi
alis anticus too much fur a few weeks
to come, an' to gin do flexor carpiradi-
alis as much rot, a possible, but de
crisis has passed an' dar is no fear of a
relapse. I wish to retnrn my thanks
to all do members of de club In par
tickler, an' to my outside friends In
giaeral, an' to say dat we shall hold
reg'lar mcetin's of dis club ebery two
weeks from now on until furder no
tice "Detroit Freo Press.
NOT TO BE CAUGHT.
Ab Eacaaatar With m XatUa or tha Waa
Weaaa ef Xarth Carallaa.
There are men of such an uncommu
nicative nature that one would be glad
to MX) them on the witness stand.
Surely they, if any onorcan bo expect
ed to accomplish that feat, could
puzzle a lawyer." The anther of
"Afoot and Alone." gives an amusing
account of an encounter with a man of
this sort, in tho pine woods of North
Approaching FayetteviUe. I came
upon an undoubted specimen of the
North Carolina clay-eater. I thought
I would ask him questions fast enough
and direct enough to force from him a
positive answer of "yes" or "no" a
thin difficult to attain in tha pine
"Is there any tavern on the road to
"I reckon you mout find one if yon
looked la the right place. n
This is the direct read to Fayette-
ville. I suppose?
-You'll ha patty apt to git Uar. 4
yu keesTgoiav straight ahead."
'Do yoa sell aawch wood in FayaUe-
I reekem this hyar jack thinks H
kas to haal a rtfht smart dMacft.
-Dan woul War a snt frkft atwr
Its ittt accardim'. Sam
ami soma afia Mi so mack"
Cant say as It does, recTar.
them asria it monta L O
U goia. Tos got to hev hotav'
"I believe yon
ook aromi wooommwjyr i
upon In a court of law to givo your
opinion, you would declaro upon oath,
would you not. that a hundred pounds
of green oak aro heavier than a hun
dred pounds of dry pine? I um writ
ing a book on wood, and am endeavor
ing to acquiro information about it"
He gave me ono quick glance, and
then looked steadfastly ahead, saying:
"Well, now, stranger, you kin jest'
sot down in your book, when you git '
to that place, that all the people o! !
North Cnrollaa waa sech fools you had
to weigh it yerself." Youth's Com-
It is hard for the clergy to please
everybody nowadays. A Boston wom
an complains that her pastor never
looks at her when he preaches, but de
votee all his attention to the sinners
on the other side of the church. For
this reason she says that bis sermon
do not have the moral effect on het
which they ought to have,
In the course of conversation some
one said, speaking of a friend: "If h
were a man of more conscience he
would never do the things he Is sorry
for, and if he were a man of less con
science he would never bo sorry foi
things he had done."
Haw Aaaarlaaa Kaataaa ara faai
ShlaaMBt ta roralsa Sharaa.
. Pittsburgh locomotives are now
shipped to every part of the civilized
world. Their levers aro operated by
the hand of the Jupaneso engineer, aa
well as by the dark-skinned engine
driver of the South American Govern
ments. Messrs. IL K. Porter will ship six
engines to Buenos Ayros, Argentine
Bopublic South America, to bo used
on a railroad which runs between that
city and the coffeu plantations lying i
out in tho country. They aro of special
.izc. with a nine-inch cylinder and a
sixtcon-inch stroke. A young law-
rencevillo mechanic, Mr. William
... -wi:' -" -
Tho greatest ob.stiicletobeosercome
in shipping of such freight to foreign
markets is in packing (hern. Each of
th'eso engines .has been. put together In
their works, and has been subjected
to a severe test This is neceaaary,
as tho contract demnnds that tho en
gines must provo entirely satisfactory
buforo they aro accepted by tho rail
road company. They arc thon taken
apart, and each picco of tho enffino in
packed in u bcpar.tto box, which is
made expressly for thnt purpose.
About 1,600 feet of the bent hemlock
lumber is required to pock nno of these
little engines. They arc shipped to
New York, and from thence by a sail
ing vessel to their destination.
Each is suppled with automatic and
steam brakes. The air brake has not
yet been introduced. The couplings
also differ atightly from engines used
on Americas railroads. Tho furnaces
are so constructed that cither coal or
wcod caa be used as fuel.
This 4s the first shipment of engines
ever made to Bucnoa Ayres by thlasm
firm, which enjoys tho reputation of
being tho first firm to introduce on en
gine into Eastern Asia. Pittsburgh
The lawyer wa sitting at his desk,
absorbed in the preparation of a brief.
So bent was he on his work that hn
did mot hear the door as It was pushed
gently open, nor sa the curly head
that was thrust lata), his office. A
little sob attracted his notice, and,
turning, he saw a face that was
streaked with recent tcar. "Well,
my little one. and what do you want?"
I want" and there was a resolute
ring in her voice. "I wnt divorce)
from my papa nnd mamma." Mer
Notice is hereby given that I will
examine all persons who may desire
tflftffer themelvcs a candidate for
teachers of the public schools af this
conty, at Bed Cloid, the third
Satardav of each menth.
Eta J. Krsw.
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the arise to II W. Thmtore, an
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GREAT BARGAINS !
GOODS SOLD CHEAPER
THAN EVER AT
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I have a choice line of Drew Good itn trimmings to
match, Buttons, Velvet, Flannels, Hoods, Toboggan Ham
Irorgs, Lace, all kind of White f rimraiugH, Honiery, Glovef
Mittens, Ladies Underwear, Yarns, Silk Handkerchief, Lac
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PKOMl'i ATTENTION OIVKN TO
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Office with the County
GUMP & WARjSiER,
Call and examine our bargains. Corrcsjxmd-
GUMP & WARNBftl
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