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GRAND RAPIDS HERALD MONDAY MORNING. AfGrST 22, 1802. FHtAKS OF MADNtSb. Tut "no xiiirQt ftuu! U riempS tVUCa BALttUrw ,t u.ma, ' war averred tj Anutle, end uul-rri piair - --: I- . w ':.r '-a 'lU qucfcLioU thiit lU"t pc-r-pcva tt-c atuticbl uf pfcV u;lf) - t v - :; uuJLtu.ro LLulika Lie 1 SMM JV lUSB4aa si a bo tdim crc i n-j divi-W a m ejs is perfectly sckriuiatK. nu lui.u ia pvrftr. i.v iuu:.'' lie sd mita. ftuwTw. that there Are degree of inutility nsuss or lss danguro , and -ill" - Mi tate that taly OM perv a ui aU.ut ev'-ry rive hundrvd i uiud ru-uh t re quire the retitraint of au a hint. Kach r.ma!iiin-r I ur l.uudrvd and ninety i.mr k ' inks neej s Ith taJetf retala t.'-ir Kbertj v Icq j s tknir srhniraM ar iMrl eon diet with tlie prt vuilii.f sentissants of ti. I I 'sanity." says lr. Irolpnrl. lwjpHw the u;-.ii!t! . I kBU livin.- ti. mea uv - vvuli t.. . iftv iri wiiiv-h Ml t cit .i. u it toeoiae iuUm'-'U-tluual id : -1 n u-: i ila br lief s, ruled, eaatoaaeand mo lee f life." S ith t . . a partial in- iirtit i 1 it r method of deter mmin r t.t- pn bribed degiecaaf inwan it;. aa dt.-rv -v v. a- lOqgl&t with a d tied phraieiaa wbose life has baaa aeeoesd to las eara ol tbe unf r- tut. a It .. ;s-.vri. ran ir-r adupt t! n. -'. to oin'umstuuces ura . tl v.-utf f l:f. t tii.-ir w a vad MP I who are coiusotiueaUy deaotu'nattl iu natkn. Jl'W v-an y.m d i u- to a GCJftainl that tiit p pie 01 "iti. it- .1 t v. or cm ro quire to bf tOetadod? ' wa, thi quosti r. ir- pi ndadi It i.-. quit' 3 rare thBg lor a pati-'Tit to be brought to an asylum in tru earlier tav . f tiie iaaLuly." waa the veaponoe. "I'sually eoniineiaent is u laat n-siirt, aat the djltaMjM haa made sin r. '. '.'it .i.-s : l-e uiimiitak..!'.!' T an experienced eye the eviufU'-o 'f mental derange men ta aiv, howov. r, manifold. lie of the raoht inailif-1" Oviess .f ji;d".I.' ' 'f a ;ers. .r;'.i I.'Ui condition ia from his written dei-laia-tu. Fir mys'lf, I can almost in a.ri.b!y ,..:; . .k patieut's disorder -v reading one of the letU-rs writtea by him, without seeing or o.nrersiag wit'i him. insane pe.ple are iniu h g-ieen to letter writing, and th.-ir e;!stolary pro ductions form a vaiuabl. chapter in the history of tiu? caiet under - ur care." Sel-tin,? from a letter rile a numler of 'speeimen," the hysii ian passed them eer for inapt vti n. Thev prtjved iiitejreeUnjf tiiat !y dint of ardent MkWtalion he was persuaded b h au them for putILeati n. He exacted the ndifeion. however, tliat the identity of the writers should in no way be re waJed. To allow it t bfl rmoUlj ng geeted would, he decuus.1, be a most un warrantable lrea Ji of trust. It wa quite e-i'ie;;t tluit years of as " ia:vu with unreasonable ami di 11 en ted creature hail not in the lea.st aJected hia kind aad sympathetic na t ure " Tli L letter," explained the doctor, ;-r. is.-; ti." ne f . hi h a t'.e Fiudle in rrren, "was written by a pa t j. nt wh ' suffered from delusional in sanity r i-ar anJ grandeur MM pathet-iv-ally MtM 'led ia i".--e. uq sitiou. 'J'he tendency to underline is a marked f.-atcre in insanity as i the couccntra Uott of thoarhf on mUL" 1 lie unhappy w r hiUld lie an . my daily pnnd other in 'a hick the 1 1. .ii pre minati s. oiiinn nerfr faihsl T -il wh n 1 maie visits M re i un delaaioti "f pers4vu- . ! r M t t .1 iaial )f XRf r s .ra-B to I tell t Ilowf. it.,. O.'l a a IodI" at ifen ' . I a M T"'i cnini ' Here JT? frm4 r-v- . Id . 1 ua of words and letters - l.cki -J aal :i f a a. f paresia. The f .. i-v- ; effusion of a paretic " tk ;saa Da vaa witi '4blU.CC.) uc Holt . last aijit . a7 ue ltd r I tU ' . - I u 1 tars n tiJi.ia. Hkr writer oi the following epistle had not loat his wit, if his wutd 'Ui was h.s letter Wits pnjbabiy in spired bv a personal." whhhmay. per haps, have emanated. fr m a bratfi quite 4a sen lis . a.. 1 - - .:.s ( w u. sir Dkaji Uaown I feel my txsoaakMre . ; i..- . v -rs l rra la dW Bora l IS trial ,;-ii y. u n k" t& i. . 1, mi - -a . 1 L.-t :-t l.-f fJL. y--1 !i. I ua. ia order tast yoa may folly accord with I v..i.reand season up!r- m ' riMkeffttsiaa I aw IfiM ui.kL.iwu. m sisuy psnaalara to yuu ia ta-j eo; you, ciy aear 1 r e i I !. : J.1 '" I B-"ar. 1 rie- to tUc rr-'. wi;-ro 1 dwell Lake you. t- o. 1 vi aA-. i'sl My anrttOl sosruis rr wlBlatn for hrfrTTlWf My orilnsl optn :.i."i r v . rro. i: . - f !! js- H-.t a-ed n: this ia a cocstrotai alaader? Bl OM it tr oiv:jrwise tt.un tkt iDvsln sll lew eetfl i M feature you. aear object of my re p You may wondrr th'. I a your Latur.'. but jxiiow ttt to tin yo of sffeciion, notbU-g b tidal a Ku w tbOl u try auarp vision youi . - . - ..: Lot me orioOy det-crue y. v u creature. You are orcewtu; loot; sad lesn, with s face tht SVaswas in tnc breM. co active eiootior:.. It merely suggest to the reflev-uve observer the ui-.ire to peel it off Willi a 1li!-- a:..; l.idr. it In S baa aaskac, m filen l, that beauty does tot res d in the fuce aloce. It re.-iJtn in the foul, in ibe fei, in the baet hone. Let na bcieTy r till la tura Your soaLwy lov-. musi i Ur?'- utiil tspaasj fa It n.ust yearn to pout itself out. atid be known uf all men i know the l some would cruelly wish you u pour nalloul sad tart Done left to pour. 11;. t these are t-i-iib'nant, they are ijiiorant. they caaaot a . elatfl Iki bsaetjl 'f yoai back bene For. my friend. In considering the nature o! r t ai'h ' 1 am ferc d to the conclusion that yOH have none. You must be a Ump clint--tog creature; a boneless soft caricature of s man; a libel on humanity. Hut. dear love, lei ua not hearken to the foul hiss of calumny. Let us ui.it -our souls; together attaio the llis oi ierfect La-:- : '. I wi.! astala and stceagtksfl you. 1 i " i your hck bone. I will po-u Into yotir sosj the wiue of lore. 1 will ira-3 yi u snd nurse you like a child. You need It ii! t f I SWSWl . roe need it. Subject to the saxae healing ltfluences as myself, nur.ured in this n..ble msuiution, you will regain your colossal unurrMandiug. I do not mean your big fep, no, my friend, you have thetn air-jauy. I mean that imall (juantuia of mother wit that left its dwelling empty Swoet creature, let u. pray tor your rtsioration Let me beg you to Jcic ma, and together let us regain our feeble wits id Asylum. (For Incurat lea "Uly.) Sajned TBiRbAMA BlGIOWr. ilnumle of same.) In the fae-simile following the chi r igraphj as well as the subject matter WOald I ate the disease. The unhappy being felt that (hxl alone could appn ;iate and sympathize with her troublea. '1 he letter which follows was written by .i patient in a charitable institution imd is a typieal case of paranoia, which is deliried ;is ' a mental atfection of her ."ditary origin, generally of a slowly- adraaciag daatactar, with illusions and hallu- inatiotis and delusions, often d pataecattoa or of grandeur. Sometimes the two varie ties of delusion are ctm klaadi The aatotioaal faculties an; scl- 1 m doeprj affected, and the logical power fai the last to suffer, the patient reas, ..lint; a- utely fr in fulse premises. The taental eaieehleiaept ia aot gieat The i hronie form of the dieeaat is in i -arable, and many specialists will not admit of u i acute f. ,rin of paranoia." f,, frt Hall. Err"' PtrthtKirr, Bttk In, I f' of Hrttitk I'iit (ori$t or Br fisN ' iihI 0ae Bf, ttr. 1 wri v- v -i .i letWf last Sunday about my l!f- in Enaiaiwt i rewewkered as i Hawked it fur- th"r parttralan I joined circus at Head few, s.iii we Wl de ireuit of the country W lot! I'd Hull. Hug MOenfl the world only for ' r taeapi B ! I wsnl A a re a liuty it to th- eirrus and we were very happy 11 1 Bin r-rr.e a sea or so. etc. I rememtx-r and several ttma have, since I ran-.' p.:- o-untry. that I sent fory .u. You j. . - u' ;erf'manee In Htrmiicbam or Manchester I may have wrote ahout this be fore i rare roe l'O pounds You saw my wife -..! a . eta i rfiisrasUe Turk, faawte ett Ire- ceit . t h'en.rs fr.m '..--r Majesty She pv .ae i It vtla trw.' u- 1 won ttteCtSWajaoaaktpef th World agst-ist I I tf Hare tvAf-h Ti 1 r In F.T'stanee b. t rttt that drees My Psrfsrawa itaads aa approachable. Mv performance whilst with that da s was sekiwtwkdgi '. to be Marvelous. I ii.T"i it I meeived awet kWk koaera Tney are reewaai in -one lrut.l.c Uuililing Museum eic i v- my but we arreei ?o separaw i it .; wy eoreaeweat with tbe elreM I thmk w ra'..d peacoahk anO Ojeieti 1 frret t-a-t pi -'iculars Ron.e ye-tra aee. 1 mt her t"re kut like aiesae he t asrrlMin. She aeesuod to be very happy, eto 1 mi mr a 'nl fet so F.ihlbitlei la Ctrc j. New YotV t Ity I rode w!:h my aoo on saw kect I hv seen or- - or it;, alne aad kose twdasas rsattens tk hn t.1 .rtej m .e tl r ) .... e. p. rrSVpS .1 w i d P r.Je In sny art i r the IrefW spa . i .r ' I than ' n le in I'arnumsor J- '-it'ng rf fl terf It la Dl fVef Ik .t l f may me-t 4fX1- i-kr 233ta-A. t m x .... e. j.. Ly Mmtr : a . . d Earl of . r , -t : tj s'-srve !s---.- igat u kinds of suk. :ra'S iroj laoa eacfc j -. . . l. - 3 i i Eto. A'.yone deUy;n- i letter wi'.l re ;-r-.ecited aisd may toO m ueMdeS The wrel b ' t f tb simasrinary perse-nitkui has been liappily released by .'eath. Ph re are prublv as many rKsple posse-saed f hapwi delusi ins as there are torfltented beings. Chatiea Lamb in early of -hail an attacl; of insanity to prijdfdl he referred in a tetter to ..! eridge saying: 'd look- ba k upon it at tfasea with a gloomy kind of envy, for while it la -ted I had many, i i-ny hours Of pure happiness, llream not of htW iug tast-sl a : it-.!; ieur and vvild ness of fani-y til u hare wtM mad." Q s: a 1 1. I'a s r. COMING HOMC IN THE MORNING, i he Prafewae Mrsewrj ffateh an oi.i- 1 lass Koun lrr I I aable t ! . "I'm an old man," he said slowly, 'and I've lived a long time longer than BMatBtan Wtpo have lived as 1 ug as I have, fur ther- 's nughty little in this world that I oughtn't Id know that I don't know, but there is oue thing 1 don't know and I've been trying to learn it for iftj years, more or less.'' "What's that?" interrogated tiauialiel, who whs but yet a beginner. "Well, my son, its this: I don't kn rW, and 1 don't believe 1 ever shall. . h . it is t 'uit v. hen u man gets home at S o'clock in the morning and finds he hasn't his night key in his pockat he pan iii.r t!i liell and thmi.p the door ;iud throw p.dihles ap rig:.:: t the win dows and disturb the whole neighbor hooji and keep on doing it for thret tpiarters of an hour or more before he wakes anylx-dy in the house; bat if he pts thereat :t in the m 'r::in a. id has his night ke' in his pocket and slips it into the tock as still as a mouse and turns it without a creak, and creeps upstairs in his sock feet as still at a eat, and geti. into his ro--m as noiseless as the stars go to rest, he not only wakes aphis wife, but next morning ware body in the h. use is askiug him what he means by coining in at that hour of the night, and if he must come in then, wh' doesn't he make less racket and not disturb the whole country." The old man. in an excess of emo tion, gasped once or twice and began to mop his brow. '! i.at's what I don't know, young man." he went on, "and I'd like to live until yoa have lived just as long as 1 have, to see if yoa can find out, but I don't really believe you ever will." "I'll try." briefly remarked Gamaliel, nnd those who know Gamaliel have a sublime confidence that he has made a noble beginning. J)etroit Free Press. WOMEN IN POLITICS. IIoiv Fair Rnjrlish ( anrutrn Are Re ceived by the English Voters. Mrs. Stanley is not by any means the only fair canvasser in England who i: baring a hard time to win the suffrage of the voters f r her husband. There it a certain crood conservative, CoL . whose wife has been making variou "friendly" calls among the cottagers o! his district. She always expresses her regret that the colonel cannot accom pany her on these neighborly calls, but says that ha Ml so pressed with Work that he cannot, and that she desires P leave his card. On one of these visit? the brawny son of toil to whom the re mark was Blade replied in heavy and unnii-dukable language that since the call was a merely friendly one, he would be ph ased to return it at lirimm ford manor, the candidate's residence. Hut the experience of the colonel's wife was Bkild in comparison with that of . daughter ol a veteran ! ry in the north A poor woman in the neighborhood h:t. occasion to ask for a hospital ticket, nnd being unacquainted with the ways of aDUeiting the want to the candidate's front door to apply. The maid bade her wait and finally returned, saying that Miai would ate her at the bach door. The young ludy w:is in 11 gra-'i' iis and bes towed the ticket, bu1 addtd that one should never come b thd front door to beg. A day or tWi later the charming young laily knock .: at a certain cottage, and. with th--most winning of smiles, solicited a -for her father. The woman who eam to the door replied: "Well, miss, e never s. rve h -.'.-irs at the front d i -bat If yooli go around to the bach I I ask my man to tee you, A D!nr CWig and l'eful. A in panee journal describes acurios dhiry kept in a family of a we.i i farmer in the prorinoe of Koshiu, in t: ranter of the main island. It has lo ut pt regulsiijr for Wiore than three hu i dtad tears The diary has natural! become voluaiinotis Seven or oij.'i oblong hftTss, two fast wide by ti long nal two sud a half in height, pru: eipaliy ased in Japaaaat aaaa f h ttoriag bedding, are said t Ijetille aril i Recentl a dispute btsas ti hara sr an a between two families ii that n 'rhborhood. each laiminff t. ht the crigit .1 fandly or stock. The rli pats Was nettled by referring to Mr Hasaka, the present aead of the ramil with the diary who di overed in b of the early rohuaes an entry psaaebj one of his aaeesturs of a dinner ke si leaded given hy an aaeestnr of ow ' the pari es to the dispute on the - i sion of the Htter's f ondii a bran family. A thi ratri wm - i tailed ,-s ,. ,,) lu e . n i:d:nite a- unt of t ' ?. d' sh. s. r- n t he e hand - f th I aW ) x f I FOR ONE EEK Our in. ft 7. 7.iu and r- 1'anH go for a.00 3.0i iskea the cho.ve of Otir fo 60, $6 and M line;. Oui tSLJiO ana 3 TrojQSSSj are lsn;h- t. r- d at f '.OP, 1,06 sin i u he pick of our 2, il.bO ana J g. adt-s. These are probably the greater Pants values ever offered. It means a great sacrifice for us, but we must make room for our im mense Fall Stuck now daily arriving. EXTRACT) 1 VeURES j Piles Boils U Wounds Bruises h Sunburn Soreness H Sprains Chafing I Sore Byes ; Sore Feet Mosquito Bites Hemorrhages Inflammation AVOID SUBSTITUTES CCffUINC MAOC ONLY BY POND'S EXTRACT CO., NEYD0oo ED L.GILL LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE i. Ld IB North lMTUion tr-'eu ROGGHAIS, COACHES, CiBIIOLETS, WACOSS. -ry line t' ree semt tu--. b a il mal-' t I'JtWHOIl just .1(11 to si i i K- l "i: F' NFRAL IE DUSKS' M ..(jf'N P, ROTAGf; hie -ui m'. . I i If MKT TIQ'fl.f ; s i: t i.d ' Oi n sf ITir tn cT r.w. n i' T4llTl ( yi .0 Mil.' THE PtRU rur c . ih i im i .- mi rlraiit ion vy'. iXCURSIO bx if aii ri THE STEAMER VALLtl The Giant Says At this time of the Year H iww pnir of Trotiwen i n weiooaifi ;ul- dit ion u auv man's waninibe. Weie troiiiir to (ji?6 you all a than e to satisfy yur iieedi in the Trousers line this -ek by an Extra Special Sals ol CUT THIS OUT IF YOU HAVK Publishers THE HERALD, Grand Rapids, Mich. Messrs You will please change my HERALD from to In care of ItiTellotrl or Piaee W hfrr Voa r- M r ; ! g. I will notify you upon my return home when to change back to our reside nce Very truly, V A LLEl I I I 1 IRON WORK' ADOLPH .r'i S'Bam Engine- end BoilTs. 8iParo win: i:im ;si) v DAYS I CLOTHING COMPANY. 08E FOB IT I Mr.t and Na 1 Your Own Name. Town. r-ima'ure. f ii i r sn 'ii i h t t rs. ILEITELiT, i? ..r and Gsnera? Mill Machinery!