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which is placed under the charge of a dis-
The contents of
tinguished Veterinary Professor, whose the female on whom he had last looked, • FEMALE DEMONS,
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and to answer in print in connection with him by the power of Witchcraft. The sus- the villainous wretches who had achieved
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until the 1st of January for 50 cents.
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DOESTICKS, MARK TWAIN, JOHN AGENTS WANTED in every publicly accuse her of witchcraft, in having
QUILL, and other humoriste, something county of the United States. to sell the
DAYS OF SALEM WITCHCRAFT. that will provoke merriment and langhter: New Double Map of the United States and afflicted their suffering relative, and make
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West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. multitude, even the friends of the supposed
Notes, Hipts to Farmers and Gardeners
SALEM WITCHCRAFT. witch were compelled to undergo the tor
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DERVISHES OF THE ORIENT. contribute largely to their support. The most red-hot iron between their teeth, and others
prominent dervish establishments, or changah lacerating their flesh, with an air of the most If the fakirs of India and Arabia have re- in the Turkish, are—Bestames, founded in 874; stoical indifference. Another class, called Calceived considerable attention from magazinists Kadris, 1165; Rufagi, 1182 ; Mevelevis, 1273 ; | enders, are noteworthy on account of their sinand students of racial types and peculiarities, Nakshibondis, 1319; Bektashis, 1357 ; Rushe- gular dress. These wear a tiger's or a sheep's so have the dervishes of the Orient. The latter, nis, 1533 ; Shemsiss, 1601 ; and Jemalis, 1750. skin ; dress up their hair with feathers in a grohowever, occupy a much higher position in the The names of the brotherhoods or societies are tesque style, and go about half naked. Many scale of intelligence than the former, and are those of their founders. Over each is a supe- weird and improbable stories are related of free from the uncouth gestures and diablerie | rior, with the title sheik.
them, as of the fakirs, by travelers whose organ which generally mark the fakir order. Some By the rules of the order, dervishes are com- of Wonder possesses a strong degree of silswriters use the terms dervish and fukir as if manded to live a life of austerity, chastity, hu- ceptibility, and is allied in the same brain with they were synonymous; but it would be well to mility, charity, and general asceticism. They a good degree of imagination. observe the distinction which plainly exists. are not forbidden to marry, but can not bring The true dervishes impute their existence to Fakirism is of very ancient origin ; an attempt a wife into the convent, or absent themselves divine inspiration, and quote passages of the to trace it would be lost in the darkness of more than five days in a week from their asso- Koran which commend the influences of a life mythical ages. It has been allied chiefly with ciates. Mendicity is prohibited, except in the
of retirement, contemplation, and poverty on Hindu paganism, and its followers have ever one society of Bektashis, so that they to a great well authenticated that from the earliest times
the character and disposition of man. It is been characterized by the most extravagant extent maintain themselves by manual labor. follies. Dervishism is more particularly allied
it has been held meritorious, by pious persons
Their religious exercises are frequent. On of the East, to separate one's self from the with Mohammedanism. Formed, doubtless, on, Tuesdays and Fridays ceremonies of the most trammels of society and domestic life and to or an outgrowth of, fakirism, it is nevertheless striking nature are performed, when they en
enter upon a course of austere meditation and much superior to the latter, and resembles in gage in sacred dances to the sound of flutes, notion doubtless gave rise to the monastic or
seclusion. The prevalence of this theory of some respects the monachism of Christianity. and whirl around and leap about with great ders of Christendom, which at times have been Tradition refers the origin of the order to the swiftness, stopping all together at once when
marked by painful self mortifications and rigearliest times of Islam, and attributes the foun- ever the music ceases. Our engraving repre
orous asceticism, scarcely exceeded by the fa
natical devotees of Islam. dation of several of the brotherhoods into sents a company of dancing dervishes very which dervishes are divided, to the califs Abu- much as they actually appear. bekr, Ali, and others.
There are many dervishes, not well reputed The word derrish or dervise is Persian, and among the Orientals, who live a vagrant life
PHRENOLOGICAL JOURNAL signifies poor; and poverty is one of the rules and affect the most singular eccentricities. AND LIFE ILLUSTRATED, of life chiefly observed by the order. The va- They dress meanly, and walk barelegged from Is devoted to The Science of Man, in all its branches. rious brotherhoods have each a convent, where place to place, at all times manifesting extreme
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the dispositions of those around us, by all the known
external - Signs of Character." ces have made rich gifts to these orders, and called Rufais, are given to extraordinary self- Published monthly, $3 a year in advance. Sample held the dervishes generally in high esteem. torture and mortification. At their assemblies
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