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TUB KVi'NMNO HUI I ETfN: HONOLULU, H. J., SATURDAY, MAUOII 10. Hl(K).
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jTHOSE U3CD DY DOCTOfl9 IN
Opinion on McKInlcy
by Andrew Garuegie
tTatlrnl ml lulu WrIU In Cure
Cum ullon A l.nililrr t rit In Vel
tln'tt it DinliictiliMl Hlumiilcr Uoiul
JDtiitti'n Sin iU Inlii Mcillrliir.
A frncmi'tii "f n ciirlmw olmnp lins
jr&llcn luio iln IiiiikIh uf ii locnl phytd
stum nlilrli graphically describe tlio
n?tliodg of nursery of evcrnl ecntuilcs
a;o. When U It considered Hint nines
ciketlcs were unknown In thoie niicli'iit
rtirn, tin1 mniliiH opt'inudl of Hip sur
fvon of the nl.Mi'onlli oolitur.v limit up
;inr Htartllnply cruel lu Hit' light of
abe present ilny.
TV wotU It tlmt of Ambriwe 1'arey,
!io In l."7D, being thru Hie much fa
now "I'lilriirslmi" of hi il.iy. publish
jt bulky wiltime which became kucIi
en established niithnilly ami hohl Its
jibcc for so long a time that 70 years
afterward It wax tianlatcd luio Iinj;
Jljb ami published In London.
la hh lift book he consilient the rcu
rrn phciiotneiiou of tho body In health
end (Urease, ami In the chapter t cha
ins to teinpeinmeiits anil humors he
.writes, "An humor Is called liy physi
cians what thins soever Is liquid ami
-flowing In the body of living creatures
tailored with blood." Proceeding to
She "manifold divisions of humors,"
he separates them Into four parts, dis
tinct lu color, taste, effects and qui.ll-tliH-n.iinely.
blood, phlegm, cholernnd
mrtanclioly. Uxiict In his subdivisions,
he jays: "All men ought to thtul; that
ncb humors nre wont to move nt set
lipars of the daj as by a certain pe
culiar motion or tide. Therefore, the
filuof Hows from the ninth hour of the
rurfit to the third hour of the day:
elioler to the ninth of the day. Then
tmtancholy the blood Hows from the
ninth hour of the night Is under the
dominion of phlegm."
Initially curious Is the following on
spirit., which he divides Into "nul
nrall," "Wtall" and "natuiall:"
-The animal spirit hath tnUen his
4osl In the brain. It is called animal
tK-cnuse It Is the life, but tho chief and
prime Instiument thereof. Wherefore
!t bath a most hiibtle and nery sub
lAsuee. This nniinnl spirit Is made
ital harbored In the wltnllng-i and fold
ings of the veins nml nrterles of the
brain, brought thither sometimes of
the pure air or sweet vapor drnwu In
by the no-u hi breathing. The vital
spirit Is ue.t to It In dignity and ex
cellency, w hlch hath Its chief mansion
Hi the left ventricle of the heart. The
natural spirit. If such there bo any,
foatl Its station In the liver nnd veins."
describing "certaiu Juggling and de
ceitful ways of healing of cures by
nocn means as fear, surprise and even
Sj music for spider bite, the music
causing the patient to dance so lustily
that he shakes nil the poison out of his
system." he sums up some of those
hrrolc remedies thus: "1 would not
cast the patient headlong out of n
.tiludow, but would rather cast them
oodalnly. and thinking of no such
thing, into a great cistern tilled with
cold water, with their heads foremost.
Neither would 1 tnko them out until
ibey had drunk a good quantity of
water, that by that sodalu fall and
Wrong fear tho matter causing the
frcBzy might be carried from above
downward from the noble parts to the
J. medicine upon which he dilates at
sreat length Is "niuinmle," referred to
ai the uunl remedy for contusions,
and he describes It ns follows:
-Slummlo Is a liquor Slowing from
the aromatic!; euibalmens of dead bod-
lea, which becomes dry and haul" and
being ground Into medicine was "ad
ministered cither lu whole or portiou
to such ns have fallen from high
places, the first and last medlclue of
almost nil our pinctltloners at this day
ia Mich a case."
lie nh:o i,'Ues some growsome facts
couueeted with the prepaintlon of
"uitiinuiic'.' when he says: "Certain of
our Kieurh apothecaries, men won
drous audacious and covetous to steal
by night the bodies of such as were
banged and embalming them with salt
mid drugs they dried them lu an oven
so ns to bell them Huh adulterated In
utead of true uiummie, whereupon we
ore thus compelled, both foolishly and
cruelly, to devour the mangled and
putrid panicles of the caicasses of the
basest people of Kgypt, or of such as
are hanged, ns though there weie no
other way to help or recover one bruis
ed with a fall from n high place.
"I have not thought it lit In this
place." he says, "to omit the Industry
of Nicholas I'leart. the Duke of Oulse,
his surgeon, who. being called to a cer
tain countryman to set his shoulder,
being out or Joint, nnd lludliig none In
thv place besides the patient nnd his
,vlfc, who might assist him In this
TvorU. he put Hip patient, bound nfter
the forenieut loued manner, to a ladder,
then Immediately he tyed a stnlTc at
the lower end of the. ligature, which
,ivas fastened about thp patient's arm
above bis elbow, then put It so tyed un
der one of the steps of the ladder ns
low as he could nnd got astride there
upon and sate thereon with his whole
id-eight und nt the same instant made
bis wife pluck the stool from under his
feet, which, tx'lug doue. the bouo pres
ently enme Into Its place."
He nlpo gravely discusses witches
and witchcraft, the blrtb of monstprs
iirltb boms, hoofs and wings, ascribing
their blrtb to the master or evil, and
closet wltb a lofty panegyric upon Hip
Ipocrotea and Oalen. thp princes of phy
lcian Cincinnati Enquirer.
New York, Feb 27. Anitiow Car
nrgtc has written Hip following lotto,
o a prominent Hcpubllcan In Wash
ington, u strong supporter of the
"As one looks over the situation hr
.s Iniprcuecd by tho fact that the I'resl
lent has been light nt III fit upon each
,t the three ltnl singes lu the drama.
lie was right lu counselling delay In
L dm lug war against Spain when he
was assured that his rightful demand
foi Canndlan hump rule (homo rule In
t'uba of tho Canadian type) was with
in reach. Members of his own patty In
Congress were wrong when they failed
to support tho President and under n
gust of passion declared war contrary
to his advice.
"In the second Important crisis our
lcaucr was also right at first and show
ed tho highest political wisdom. Tho
Philippines were not to bo demanded,
but tho Pandoin's box to bo left for
Spain to struggle with.
"Again In regard to Porto Hlco ho
has been right from tho very start.
The constitutional Issue, would have
been avoided and all gone well had lie
been loyally supported In Congress.
Ho showed rave statesmanship, seeing
It was our duty to extend to that Isl
and tho right nesurcjl to nil other parts
of tlio country, viz.: tho Inestimable
blessing of free exchange or products.
When such prominent and loyal party
men in Congress ns McCall, Llttlellcld,
Powers, I.oiimer and others declare
that they cannot volo for any tariff
against Porto Hlco because such would
be unconstitutional, a halt has to be
called. To override the votes of such
Republicans b Democratic votes
means serious trouble for the party.
It should not ba thought of. It Is to
bo hoped that the party lcadcis In
Congress will conclude to support the
President and give Porto Itlco Its con
stitutional right of free exchange.
Thus, In each of the three crises
whI6h have arisen wo find the Presi
dent differs from Philadelphia who
began drunk nnd only ended sober.
The President begins right nnd the
parly will do well to note that fact
and hereafter follow his first advice.
Our party in Congicss has been wrong
In opposing the President's first de
cisions and tho President has been
wrong In being so easily frightened
by threatened opposition. The result
oi this, let us hope, Is to bo that Con
gress will bo more Inclined to follow
the President's Judgment hereafter as
first delivered, and tlio President, see
ing what evil results attend Congres
sional opposition, will rcsolvo to stand
moro firmly for what ho sees nt the
sturt to bo the right and true policy.
I cannot understand how n Hcpubllcan
Administration could abandon the po
sition hitherto held by tho party, that
the Clayton-TJulwer treaty had become
non-existent. Tho proposed treaty,
oven If defeated, ns It surely is to be,
will leave serious mischief behind,
slnco it has recognized tho Clnyton
rtulwcr treaty and given It something
"My view Is that Great Uritnln
should now ba asked to recognize once
for all that no canal will bo built which
Is not to bo controlled by this Repub
lic as It pleases In peace or war. That
whllo wo rccognlzo and will respect the
rights possessed by foreign powers
upon this continent wo will press by
ovcry legltlmato means for steadily
lessening them until not n vestige re
mains and that under no conditions
will nny new power or right of In
fluence ever bo permitted.
"This, according to my Idea, Is true
Americanism nnd I should rather soli
dify American power upon American
soil by the foot than acquire Illusory
possessions on another continent by
the hundred miles.
"In tho one case wo have suhstanco;
In tho other only shadow, bringing
tjavo dangers with It.
"I am Inclined to agree with you that
to adopt tho new treaty Is to commit
political Biikido for tho forthcoming
"Yours truly, Ono who has never
voted nnylhlng but tho Republican
Ickct and who hopes ho may novcr ho
compelled to do so,
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HUDL1SHCD IN HILO.
Major (ii'iieial French wns one of the
conspicuous Itililsh olllcers In the No
tal campalKii und cuminanded the Hilt
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Iu the Nile expedition of 1SSI-." he was
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