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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - March 4, 1880, Albert Lea, Minnesota Inhabitants of Britain tears ago. The Man of the caverns was the subject of n lecture in London by prof. 13try d Dawkins k. S. To said that Whilo the River Drift Racilia Ucol the e Cave men Wero Irving Britain the Hills and valleys in the South of England presented the same outlines As they do now. Could we Tako our stand in those times on shooter s Hill or Oil the Essex Heights and look Over the thames Valley in the direction of Lon should see a dense Forest of Oak Ash and scotch fir and the course of the thames marked by lines of Wil lows und Alders. A few thin columns of smoke rising Over the tops of the ire a would inn rec to camping places of primeval in tin. In the Forest wild boors inn Niotis and re Inovero Sci horses Stags and Irish elks meet Otto eyes and in the summer Pitne countless Bierds of Bison like Liose now caging Over the Plains of Northwestern _ America. In the Winter were vast Nam Bers. Of Reindeer and a few mus sheep the most Arctic of the mammalian in its habits. In the livers were otters and beavers and the explorer would be startled by the snort of the Hippopotamus in the reaches of the thames near Brentford. Boasts of prey also abounded Lions leopards hyenas Griz Zly bears wolves and foxes. If we penetrated to one of the Camp fires we should have seen the River Drift Hunter Chipping or using Somo of those rude Lieut instruments which lie buried in the London gravels along with the., re the animals which he hunted. The River Drift Man in the Long course of Ages was succeeded by the Man of the caverns like him a Hunter living on the same animals and More highly equipped for the Battle of life. In the of time the Cave Man disappeared the Clini and geography of thid country became almost what it was now Tho Hunter. Stage of civilization was superseded by that of Tho Herdsman and Tho Tiller of Tho ground Ami the of the neolithic age from Tho neolithic ago Down to the present time Tho Progress of Man has been unbroken in Britain and Europe and the present condition of the euro Pean Peoples was to to looke d upon a Tho result of a gradual Senes of changes by which civilisation succeeded civilization and race succeeded Nice the old order Jav iding place unto the because Tho new order was higher and i i to void. Socrates divined the Quantity of a Man s voice mind or Mhz by Tho tone of his voice and All students remember his expression speak that i May see or. Durant explains character by voice and tells us those facts we perceive in a stutterer one is easily ii ruled and As easily Paci fied vain Oil vicious inconstant and ordinarily inc a. A person Whoso it Tor once is thick and is malicious cunning and disdainful a coarse voice i Dicatos a to Bubuc physique a great talker Quick tempered though conspicuously discreet. A piercing Fine or weak voice is indicative of Tiad Dity i a Uluig and generally of Quick wit. An attractive and Clear voice of presses a Man who a prudent sincere and ingenious but proud and incredulous Whereat a firm voice without harshness done is a person who is robust intelligent circumspect and benevolent. A Man possessing a trembling and hesitating Voica is timid weak vain and sometimes jealous. A voice combining great sound and firmness indicates a Man who is Strong audacious rash obstinate and self important. A Sharp and rude voice in singing As Well Asia conversation denotes a coarse mind inferior judgment and Strong appetites. A. Hoarse voice seemingly the effect of a cold signifies a person More simple than Wise credulous and vain and inconstant. A Lull and Sweet voice denotes a Man who is peaceful inclined to timidity discreet and self willed. A voice at first grave and then Sharp and piercing denotes the Quick temper of Fin impudent Man a Boft Sweet voice is found in a per son of a peaceable and suitable Char Acter. Strange tastes in the Tho principal causes Why butter is found to to Bitely off flavor Are first browse mud weeds in Tho part arcs or in the Hay or con so roots and other unsuitable teed in the stable second bad water or too Little of it third heating the cow s blood by running or abuse fourth Uncleanly milking fifth setting the milk in open pans which Aro exposed to the i Umus of cooking or to stove Nifke or Tob Acau smoke. Or to cold victuals tet near sixth to keeping the Cream in vessels or too Long before the use of impure Salt eighth putting dowry the butter in unsuitable or ill prepared tubs or other packages ninth storing it in duty Collais or beside kerosene Salt or smoked meat or fish or any other Strong adored thing. Butter is Tho most of taint of buy article of food and when tainted even slightly Lias lost half its value. A per son May have every other qualification for the business that can be thought of yet if lacking in scrupulous neatness a utterly to employed in butter making. A Farmer who a is a Slat Tern May succeed in sheep or hogs but never As a Dairyman. Yet let every Man remember that it least half of our bad butter Naucle before the milk left the a bad Eelie. In a divorce suit in Detroit the Fol lowing passages from the husband s diary read "23d March Belle i had to go to mrs. A s to Lake care of the children. Drunk. Drunk and asleep had to get in through the window. Belle drunk and Rowdy no Din Ner no supper Lay with her clothes on upon the bed. Drunk at 1 p. M. And More Clunk to that Day. April Clunk at Hoffman s grocery out from 3 to 7, and got Home drunk. Belle drunk no dinner or and so on up to May 22, when the entry occurs a Man in Tho Honse who left his Inchol on the table and ran out of Tho me found " May myself and it Ceru Kiuly seemed about Jirado. Miid-iiik1 a Cramier was for forty the Qiu in of French society. But writ ing to Jim Sho thu showed her disappointed heart i Iii Here in the Center of fetes princesses illuminations spectacles. Two of my win flows face Tho b ill room the other two front the theatre. Amidst this Clatter i am in a perfect Solitude c sit and Muse on the Shore of the Ocean. I to Over ail the sad and joyous. Oil Jiuu stances of my life. 1 Hope you will by More Happy than 1 have is it n too bad. I walled to Puncet him but i did a t. Why i m to be h perfect Lamb. Give a Little Morr pie Mease und let me Bury i so diet our Side to beat. I you t won t get mad Onee la Day. I it me give you one main Baid huf in Pihur. Knovs about Eliut. It b Hani Woik eur Ouirt to manage Une. But it. It la be Good i knots. Not Bun who Pul Teth we hit i butt he Takejih it i s Poe that i i Ivan t finished this Little Battle of mine Jet. Huther Dicou raging. But mind. I la think of it in i when in gut Back to the round the game was .1 a height. Turn s place had been tilled fur him. And he took it As soon As he arrived. His was winning and. As he was in Earnest in everything he did he forgot All but the game. Then in about a min Ute Moie mime one cried out Tom Gallo Don t Piny fail says i Don t Piny cried Tom. Said n boy on the Ether Side. It again it you dare and Tom s temper was rapidly getting the Mastery. I do in it. Tiit last blow was t fair and i la prove it to you it you won t Fly into a the boy was John Ito Liis Good Friend of but he Aid Tom cheated and although be had t it quite As it soil Liefl. And though Tom loved him in a thorough Schoolboy fashion everything of kind failed out of his mind and in left than half a minute lie Hud dealt John a blow and then another and an other and the pleasant school playground us Tho Struc of that disgrace to a drool a Priit. J Len t i boy Tom was Strong and had the strength Winch anger gives Ami Date hug hold of John s Arm he it a twist and an More John Lay White and fainting on the grass. The Arm Vii broken whether from a blow or Sioui the fall none could Tell but Tom t Loucht he. White yes except for one or two ugly a risks and till As though dead. A get W.I-, gone and a great re i Oach sprang up in ins heart against of toys have i 1 ill cd of Jurse you cried one Huu and toll the cried an other. And he boys ran his Way and that in file Tom Bent Over him loosened his Elomina. And in u moment or two. Had the Satio faction of seeing him open his Eyce and though is Caine Buck to Vonscio is Ness Only to groan with pain. Tho Gro is were Sweet to Tom s ears. Anything but that deathly stillness. Then to by helped him up and Tom Anil one or two of the boys went Home with him. Tom i topped and got a doctor to go and Sot he Arm Rind told Sill the Story by Tishu himself most heartily. Then he rushed borne Aud his Mother sitting qui etly it 1 or sewing was astonished and Fugh ten to see him him and clothes in disorder face red and eyes showing syn nylons of tears. "Tom.1 Tom what is the i be been fighting and i be about half kill d John Lollis broke his Arm mid blacked his eyes. Aud of dear it s just As i said. There s no use trying i forgot All about greater is and when he said i cheated i pitched right into him. I m sorry enough but that Don t help it any. " t help to help you in the future. Where in John gone Home. I wont with him got m doctor and he s set the Arm. Of Tiu did so White John i mean. Folks Ever die of broken not often. But perhaps i bettor go Down to airs. .1 yes i wish you would Aud i want o go Back poor you know Mother ind a film works nights and mornings and now he can t.1" you perhaps do his work. It will help to alone for your thought of said Jolius la let me 1 and they went Down to see John. The Nam was set. John was Pale Wiiri butter ing with mrs. To his was inclined to be very angry with the boy who had brought this upon them but could not withstand his pleadings for Pardon. The boys owned each his fault to the other and they made up. Tom offered to perform John s work while he was Laid up with his Arm and though mrs. Hollis and John were not quite willing at first mrs. Gayle said let him do n. It is Only right that to should. His Hasty temper has wrought trouble to you. Jut him so far As he can atone for Aud it was arranged. And that night Torii said you Are right Mother i think you re always boasting you know. If i d listened a minute John would have explained How i d played wrong. He did t mean cheating onh i could t Wail but must Fly Oil in one of my mad fits. I be Learned of lesson anyway the lesson lasted a longtime. Keri Arm is not always a very serious affair but John was delicate and 3 Little fever set in and tie was kept m the House a Long time. Tom kept his word and took upon him self the Ewe of widow Lollis Garden. It throne Butler his hands. He kept Tho weeds Down and the fences up and inset him to thinking of another Garden which it was his duty to tend and Little by Little that Garden also grew in he worked it the weeds of impatience and fretful Ness and anger and tried his Best to keep up the fences Iiga inst temptations. It Ufer All. What he culled in his emphatic boy fashion a Good it was just the in is in needed and. Though he had still Ati occasion Al lit of anger lie had made u Start to Ward ruling his spirit and that is often As bar n work As file holds. Trea Tient of consumption. Three million of persons die Annu ally of consumption. Medical re sources seem to be baffled by this Mal Ady. Or. Talbot Jones confessed in the new York i medical to urn tit that Cli mate is Tho physician s Only dependence for the cure of his consumptive patient. The article expresses the follow ing opinions 1. Kozono enjoys entire immunity from it monary consumption. 2. The popular belief that Phthisis is common in cold climates is fallacious and the idea now so prevalent that Phthisis is rare in warm climates is an untrue As dangerous. 3. The disease causes a Large pro portion of deaths on the seashore the mortality diminishing with Elevation up to a certain Point. Altitude is inimical to the develop ment of consumption owing chiefly to Tho greater purity of the atmosphere in elevated sitnation15, its Freedom from organic matter and iia Richness i Ozone. 5. Moisture arising from a Clay soil or due to evaporation is one of the most influential factors in its production. 0. Dampness from the atmosphere from whatever cause or in any Altitude predisposes to the development of the disease and is hurtful to those already attacked. 7. Dry Ness is a renal it of the Atmos phere of decided value. 8. Tho most unfavourable climate pos sible for a consumptive is one of uni form High temperature and a High Dew Point warm and 9. The effects due to change in the atmosphere Are by no Means so pernicious As Are generally supposed and on this subject present views require modification. Or. Jones commend the climate of Minnesota and think those Predis posed to consumption or Labouring under its first stages would very Likely be benefited or cured bar a residence their. Between the pleasant rolling Prairie the wooded Lake Region and the dense Pine forests of the Northern Section of the state they can choose what seems most agreeable and Best adapted to them while the dry bracing Atmos phere will enable them to live much of their time out of doors fear of taking cold. He insists however on the in Utility of sending patients thither who Are in the advanced stages of the disease. To All Street 5err York. Across the Island of new York in 1685, n Wall made of Stone and Earth and Cannon mounted was built to keep off Tho Savages. Along by that Wall u Street was Laid out and As Tho Street followed Tho line of the Wall it was appropriately called Wall Street. It is narrow it is Short it is a architectural and yet its history is unique. Except ing Lombard London it is the mightiest Street on this Plant. There the government of the United states was born. There Washington held his levees. There mrs. Adams and Cald Well and Kuopi and other Brilliant women of the revolution displayed their charms. There Witherspoon and Jona than Edwards and George sometimes preached. There or. Mason chided Alexander Hamilton for writing the Constitution of the United slates without any god in it. There negroes were sold in the slave Mart. There criminals were harnessed to wheelbarrows and Hue beasts of Burden compelled to draw or were lashed through the Street behind carts to which they were fastened. There fortunes have borne to Coronation or burial since the Day when reckless speculators in pow dered hair and Silver shoe buckles dodged Dugau Tho governor general of his majesty Clear Down to yesterday at 3 o clock. The history of Wall Street is to a certain extent the financial commercial agricultural mining liter Ary artistic moral and religious history of this country. Only a Lew blocks Long it has Rea Ched from. To the Gulf of Mexico from san fran Cisco to Bangor. Thera Are the Best men in this country and there Are Tho thing from unswerving integrity to tip top Grything from heaven born Charity to bloodless Tal Nuuja. Aii Amite Bollum poker Story retold. On one of those steamers that slowed the Waters of Tho Mississippi in Days a quiet pm Jefty was deeply immersed one evening in the mysteries of Uncertain game called Poter one of the party n colonel or judge or re a fit of abstraction took the four Acea from Tho pack with which the game Wasj being play is and said them on his Imee. The game progressed and Tho colonel almost raised hip antagonists out of the oii1 boots. Came threw away his legitimate live called for one and reached for Tho four aces on his Kate. Thoy were Ivi sing he cried in tones of virtuous indignation gentle men this thing has gone far enough. There s cheating going on around this Ala Register. Hazing in the British army. A few years ago a Man named Boyd joined a regiment and on his first even ing among his new comrades was that is to say he was visited in his room during the Small hours of the morning and ordered to go Down into the Ante room for court martial Tho charge him being that he had risen from the dinner table while an officer senior to him remained sit Ting. Iloyd being of Huco stature and Gigantic strength stoutly and eventually picked up Tho 1 rest Man in Tho room carried him out to the land ing and dropped him Over Tho Baluster onto the flagged passage below. The effect was magical in an instant All the hubbub was hushed and the injured Man was raised. Fortunately the re sult was nothing More than a sprained ankle and a severely bruised hip. He took it very quietly and merely looked up at Royd who was standing near and ill have you. Out for very possibly the new Comer did not think much of the threat but his career was virtually Over at every hour of the Day and might did he have cause to repent that Hasty action and during the autumn Maneu vers of that year the Climax came. It was in this Wise on a pouring wet Day or night rather he had to visit the pickets and for some reason he had no horse was compelled to do the i funds on foot. On coming in after a tramp of some Miles thoroughly soaked and tired out he was ordered to visit yet another outlying picket six or seven Miles away. Then was his Tormentor s Opportunity he would not permit Liim to take a troop horse though he him self was Riding. Tired cold and wet this Young subaltern reached the picket something went wrong As did his temper and he swore at one of Tho men. His Fate was sealed. His senior immediately put him under arrest and he was told by the colonel that he must Send in Hie papers or undergo trial by court martial. Of course to left the society. The sick. Some sensible person who lies Evi gently had experience in attending to invalids thus Spears of the importance of decision and quietness in the Fick room consult your patient s wants but consult him As Little As possible. Your decide Ion need riot be very obvious and positive you will be most decisive if no one suspects that you Are so at All. It is the Triumph of supremacy to be come unconsciously supreme nowhere is this decision More messed than in a sick room. Where it exists in its genuineness the sufferer is never contradicted never coerced All Little victories Are assumed. The decisive nurse is never peremptory never loud. She is distinct it is is nothing More aggravating to a pick person than a but Sho is not loud. Though quiet How Ever she never walks tip toe she never makes gestures All is open and above Board. She knows no diplomacy or finesse and of course her shoes never creak. Her touch is steady and encouraging. She does not Potter. She never looks at you sideways. Ton never Oatch her watching. She never the door but she never shuts it slowly As if were cracking a nut in the hinge. Never talks behind it. She never Ocepa. Bhe poker the fire skilfully Urith firm judicious Penetra Tion. She Caramat one kind of patient with genuine sympathy she talks to another u if he were Well. She is never in a hurry. She is Worth her weight in Gold and has a Wealtny prejudice against physic which however she knows at the right time How to fatal shirt Bull on. Or. Sander a physician of Elberfield Germany died from the of a singular Accident which conveys its own lesson. One morning in 1874, dressing he contrived in some Way to get a shirt Button Between his Teeth. Unconsciously while laughing Tho Button slipped into Tho Back of his Mouth and thence into the Larynx. All the exertions of his surgical friends to remove it were vain. It was to ascertained that it Sank into the right lung which soon became irritated. Spitting blood ensued and he was himself looking Forward to his death As riot very Remote. He removed to a Villa he had near Frankfort on the Mirin to pass his last Days in quiet. Here he was surprised by a violent tit of coughing accompanied by spitting of blood in a paroxysm of which the Button was ejected. His health rapidly improved and in a few months regarding himself As quite cured he resumed his profession Al Vork and endeavoured to Eather up the threads of his former practice. But Ere Long unmistakable symptoms manifested themselves that the lung had not fully recovered from the pres ence in its substance of a foreign body for several months and he gradually wasted away and died. Washington As a fireman. In 177-i the Friendship fire com Pany which still exists was organized. It at first consisted of citizens who out of Mutual agreed to carry to every fire two Leathern buckets and one great Bat of Ozua Burg or wider Washington made an honorary member and when he went As a Delegate to Tho Congress of 177-1, at Philadelphia he examined the lire engines in use there. On his return to Philadelphia to the Continental con Gress in 1775, to bought from one Gibbs a Small fourth class engine for 10s., and just before he set out for Boston Heights to become commander Iii chief he dispatched this Little engine to the Friendship company. When in Alex Andria in his younger Days he always attended at fires and assisted to extinguish them. In Tho last year of his life a fire occurred near the Market. To was Riding Down King Street Fol Lowed by his servant also on horseback and he saw the Friendship engine poorly manned. Hiding up to a group of Well dressed gentlemen near by he called out Why Are you Idle there gentlemen it is your business to Lead in these and throwing the bridle of his horse to his servant lie leaped off and seized the brakes Fol Lowed by a crowd that gave the engine such n shaking up As it never knew Magazine. A fire franc piece. I say old Fol 5 of Haven t got a 3 franc piece about Yon that you Don pc know what to do with have there s hello i say you know us bad i you asked to for Ono i did t know what to Dopa erf

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