Now, sah, dere am some good voodoo doctahs 'roun' Annapolis, so Marse Truax, he done gwine to see, sah, what er voodoo can promise him fo' his rheumatiz. I'se a runnah, sah, for de smahtest ole voodoo doctah, sah, in de whole state ob Maryland." "Then you took Truax to a voodoo doctor tonight?" demanded Jack, almost contemptuously. "Yes, sah; yes, sah."
The third afternoon she was down in the drawing-room when he came. "We'll soon be having Miss Holly-berry back again," he said, playfully pinching her pale cheek. "And without taking any nasty old medicine," she answered. "I don't mind doctahs when they can cure people without giving them pills and powdahs." The Colonel looked up sharply. "What's that?" he asked.
Yo see, de kyars was a comin' fas' dis way, and 'nudder ole injine whiskin' 'long dat way, and dey bofe comes togedder wid a big crash, breakin' de kyars, and de injines bofe of em, till dey's good for nuffin' but kin'lin' wood; and de folks what's ridin' in de kyars is all broke up too, dey says; and de doctahs and body" "Edward!" gasped Zoe. "Drive us there, Uncle Ben, drive with all your might!
Hit's a won'er you ain' been de deaf er him 'fo' I got yer wid yo' sto' physicks en yo' real doctahs es dunno one baby f'om anur when dey meet 'im in de street. I reckon, ef he'd got de colic you'd have kilt 'im terreckly, you en yo' sto' physicks en yo' real doctahs! Now, you'd des better dress yo'se'f an' go down yonder ter de parlour."
Now, sah, dere am some good voodoo doctahs ’roun’ Annapolis, so Marse Truax, he done gwine to see, sah, what er voodoo can promise him fo’ his rheumatiz. I’se a runnah, sah, for de smahtest ole voodoo doctah, sah, in de whole state ob Maryland.” “Then you took Truax to a voodoo doctor to-night?” demanded Jack, almost contemptuously. “Yes, sah; yes, sah.”