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A STITCH IN T.ME.
Cases la Which Medical Aid Is of Most
Value la the Early Stages.
In the earliest stages of consumption
of the lungs, it is possible to arrest the
progress of the affection and secure a
return to health by change of climate
and of habits of "life, together with
wisely directed diet, exercise and hy
giene generally. But this stage is
often permitted to pass without any
serious attention being given to it by
the patient or his friends. One reason
of this is the unreasonable hopefulness
that is a mental characteristic of most
consumptives. Besides the insigniC
cant cough and slight symptoms of de
teriorating health, which are often only
to be noticed and given their true value
by the experienced physician, do not
carry with them any such degree of
alarm as they merit. When a profuse
hemorrhage occurs the feeling of se
curity may give way to the alarm that
has been felt before. Any persistent
cough should be attended to before it
is too late to do good. As in all o
cases depending upon a special cause
or micro-organism, consumption is not
to be cured by drugs alone. It is pos
sible that, as tlic late Prof. Flint taught,
it may be a disease that has a tendency
to recover of itself, but if it is "self-limited,"
it can only be so under the best
possible sanitary and hygienic condi
tions. An ordinary malarial fever is not, as
a rule, dangerous to life. But any case
of ague may develop into a pernicious
(congestive) intermittent or remittent
fever at any time. This it is that ren
ders prompt arrest of the common ague
of such great importance. For this
reason also treatment by nostrums and
domestic remedies too often results in
an attack which no form of medication
will be competent to cure. The per
nicious attacks arc almost invariably
preceded by ordinary chills, so that
when the "congestive" paroxysm docs
come on no one can saj- that there was
any excuse for calling the doctor too
late. Even if pernicious attaeks are
not developed, the subject of long-continued
ague becomes broken in health,
is pale, sallow and full of pains of a
neuralgic character that makes life
miserable; and the longer the diseae
persists without interruption, the more
difficult it is to stop its progress and to
cure the results of chronic malariai
A large proportion of cases of valvu
lar diseases of the heart originate in
acute rheumatism. This disease at
tacks the joints and such organs as
most resemble them in structure. The
heart from its continual movements
and the white fibrous materials from
which it is lined and covered bears a
very strong resemblance to a large
joint. In rheumatic fever (inflamma
tory rheumatism) the main danger
arises from the tendency the inflamma
tion shows to attack the covering of
the heart or the valves to be found be
tween the cavities and at the entrance
of the great artery that takes the
, blood to distribute it all over the body.
K Experience has demonstrated that the
best mcthud to prevent the disease
from attacking the heart is to give
large quantities of alkalies the bicar-
bonates of sodium ami of potassium
being the liest until the acid material,
which appears to be at the basis of
rheumatism, is fully neutralized. This
is shown by the secretion of the kidneys
becoming alkaline in reaction. As long
as this is not done and kept up per
sistently there is danger of heart
trouble setting in at any moment. The
younger the patient the greater the
danger of these complications. Hence
the necessity, in every rheumatic case,
of prompt and rational treatment.
In nervous, sensitive children, slight
causes are sufficient to bring on an at
tack of convulsions. Tints, some hard
indigestible material swallowed, or the
presence of worms in the digestive
tube, is often enough responsible for
these always alarming symptoms. If
the cause can be removed, of course
this should be done, and the sooner the
better. One very cogent reason for the
last remark is tiie fact that after con
vulsions have occurred a number of
times a niorbid habit becomes estab
lished in the nervous system, which is
strong enough by itself to produce a
return of the spasms, even after the
original exciting cause has been thor
oughly removed. When the "fits" re
return from time to time without ap
parent rc::on, we say that the patient
has epilepsy, one of the most intracta
ble of diseases. It is in cases of this
description, where the caue of the con
vulsions can be removed, that the phv
siciau should not be called too late. If
consulted sufficiently early a lifetime
of misery, ending in insanity, perhaps
might be changed into one of useful
ness. There are many surgical affections
which exemplify the warning this arti
cle is intended to convey. Of these
cancer and sarcomas atlbrd the best
examples. When small, and before
they have iniiltrated the surrounding
tissues or sent colonies into distant or
gans, if removed by the surgeon's knife
thev may or may not return. The
chances vary a good deal, according to
the variety of malignant growth which
is under observation and its locality.
But removed, and that at as early a
date as possible after discovery, offers
the best chance for life and freedom
from suffering. 5. Louis G'obe-Dcmo-ocrat.
Mr. Waldo (a guest of sMts. Wa
:bash. of Chicago) "That is a very odd
looking table-knife. Mrs. Wabash; sil
ver, is it not?" Mrs. Wabash "Yes,
it has been in the family a great many
years, and I prize it very highly as an.
heirloom. I only use it to eat pie
.with." Texas Sitings.
SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY.
Few people carry the head erect;
that is to say, perfectly balanced on
the end of the spine, like the end of a
walking-stick. It is always' leaned to;
one side or the other.
Missouri copper mines that have
been idle for two or three years are be
ing ocrated, and valuable bodies of
ore arc being opened up. Foreign
capital has recently taken hold. 'of
several neglected mines.
The higher of the two. peaks of
Kilimanjaro, the loftiest mountain in
Africa, has just been ascended by Dr.
A. Meyer, of Leipsic. who places its
height at nearly 20.030 feet.
Tho hypothesis has lately been ad-,
vanced that if sounds do not actually
possess colors, that souud is at least in
timately connected with color; and this
idea is supported by the 'fact that
"there arc persons who are endowed
with such sonsibility that they 'can not
hear a sound without at the same time
A noted archaeologist who hai been
exploring the ruins of UxniaL. Yucatan,
claims to hare discovered the' remain
of three dead cities, the vestige of the
first being many feet down, on the
same site The relics indicate civiliza
tion much superior to that of the pres
ent day, and that the city must have
flourished twouty thousand years ago.
Prof. Sachs, the great German bot
anist, has discovered that the ultra vio
let and invisible rays of the solar spec
trum especially promote the develop
ment of flowers, the growth of which
is exceedingly feeble when the rays are
suppressed, although that ot the other
parts of the plant is vory luxuriant.
Are shooting-stars ever the causo
of mysterious fires? This question Is
suggested by Mons. Charles V. Zenger,
of the Paris Academy of Sciences, who
thinks that forests, and even buildings,
may have been set on lire by burning
meteors. Investigation shows that
many fires, the origin of which could
not lie explained, have occurred at the
seasons of periodical showers of shooting-stars.
Starfish have done great damage
this year to the oyster-beds of Fair Ha
ven, Conn, borne entne bods, valued
at $20,030 each, have been destroyed,
and it is estimated that $300,000 worth
of damage has been done. To meet the
undoubted demand for something to
destroy the starfish, a Yankee has in
vented a dredge which takes the star
fish and loaves the oysters, and several
owners of beds are using it.
Magnesium, the metal which pro
duces such an intensely bright light
while burning, and which has been
most generally ued in ribbon-shaped
s trips, is now being made use of for the
purposes of instantaneous photography.
For this a magnesium powder is now
manufactured, which, when ignited by
the electric spark, makes a brilliant
and instantaneous flash. The subject
having been posed and the camera ar
ranged, the powder is ignited, and an
instantaneous photograph is the result.
The fellow who asks how to know
a bad egg must have lost two of his live
senses. Martha's Vineyard Herald.
. When a washerwoman changes her
place of residence one may ask her
"where she hangs out now" without
using slang. Ex.
It has been averred that a lady
with a diamond ring will scratch her
nose in a given period four times as
often as anv other woman.
Stranger "Is Mr. Blinks in?"
Hotel Clerk "Yes he's in his room."
"Tell him Mr. Schwifferwitzeuouter
heim " "Front, tell 126 a gentle
man from Cincinnati wishes to see
him." Omaha World.
Away with superstition! A Mich
igan girl has found 2.125 four-leaf
clovers, and isn't married yet An
Omaha girl who found out how to make
pumpkin pie was married in throo
months. Omaha World.
A great many men who insist upon
having their grocers send everything
they buy to their homes are perfectly
willing to carry homo a large load
rather than inconvenience the saloon
keepers. Nebraska State Journal.
"How it all comes back to me,"
murmured the poet sadly, as with prac
ticed fingers he estimated the thickness
of the portly package of MSS. which
he had just taken from the post-office.
A man who will spoil a fifty-cent
pair of suspenders to hang himself
with when a whole clothes-line can be
bought for fifteen cents, can not expect
this economic generation to remember
his other virtues over Sunday.
Gold-handled umbrellas are com
ing into fashion. Tiie handle is so ar
ranged that it can be talcjn off. This
is an improvement on the old style,
where tho entire umhrcMa was taken
oil. Yonkcrs Statesman.
Farmer Baseoin "I do wish tin
threshing machine would come around
this way." Johnny Bascom "O. p3,
that reminds me! Teacher wanted ms
to tell vou he was coiuitf to our houso
to board next week." Burlington Free
The "Previous Question." "Clara,
I love but thee alone. Indeed I spealc
the truth." . He paused the blush o'er
spread her cheek. She let him draw
her near; scarce for emotion could she
speak. Yet still she asked, in accents
meek: "How much have you a j-ear?"
N. Y. Ledger.
Mis Prime "Philosophers dis
agree as to which period of life seems
the longest to mankind. Wbt is your
opinion, doctor?" Doctor (iLeditative
ly) Well, it varies. In women, for
instance, the longest is generally be
tween twenty-nine and thirty. I know
in my wife's case ten years elapsed be
tween her twenty-ninth and thirtieth
Greeahara Who SheaU Fay
Chicago m Visit.
While standing in front of the City
Hall, a farmer from the back cauntry
approached me and inquired:
"Sav, mister, d'ye live 'round here?"
.Yes." ' '- ." ..
It's. Detroit, isn't it?"
. "Sure on "it; be ye," mister?"
"Wall, now,, several hev told me .the
same thing; but if 'tis, I'm mighty
.dis'p'inted. that's all.".
What's the matter with Detroit?"
"Wall, yer see,' fer the last dozen
year I've bin readin about the fights,
the pickpockets, the' p'lice courts, the
confidence men. an' sich like, an' jist
aching to see it with my own eyes, all
alive an' kickin', an' last night, when
I puts down my paper. I says to my
old woman, Mary. I says, Mary, says
I,' I can't stan it no lunger, an' to
niorrer I'm going to the city an' see
. "Well, here I've bin all day. an'
hain't had five cents' worth of fun
nary a bunko steerer, nary a pick of a
pocket, nary a drunk, nary so much as
a dog fight, but only, a lew p'liccmen
loafin'.' round without tryin' to 'rest
anybody, an' one little fire so fur away
that the enginos put it out an hour
afore I got thar, an' the folks wouldn't
even let me in to see the damage. I
tell ye, sor, if this is what ycr calls a
city, it's a gorl-durn swindle, an' those
newspaper fellers a set of natcral born
liars!" Detroit Free Press.
A rich Buffalonian by his will left
his body to- the local medical college,
with instructions to carefully preserve
Stamping sad Embroidery.
"Yes, Lizzie, I like to do fancy work, but
I haven't felt like trying that pattern or
anything' else for a week. These awful
dragging-down' pains are just killing me!"
"I know how you feel, and I can tell you'
where to look for relict. Dr. Pierce's Ta
vorita Prescription is a certain cure for all
those peculiar weaknesses and distressing
ailments. Why I it even cured me of pro-f
lapsus, and many or my lady iriends nave
been cured of various grave, maladies, pecul
iar to our sex by this wonderful medicine."
It is tho only, medicine sold by druggists,
under a positive guarantee from the manu
facturers, that it will give satisfaction in
every case, or money refunded. Kcad guar
antee on bottle-wrapper.
Some one has invented a pocket rifl.
"Pickpockets consider it an invasion of their
A Great Chaaee.
If you wish a beautiful picture, that can
not bo distinguished from a water color
worth a large amount of money, you should
get Demorest's Monthly Magazine for Feb
ruary. It is simply wonderful bow such an
elegant picture can be furnished in a mag
azine that only costs twenty cents. If your
newsdealer has not got it, ask him to get it
for you, or send to the publisher, W. Jax.
kings Demo&est, 15 East Fourteenth street,
Wmnf a photographer asks if the negative
suits you. examine it closely before answer
ing In the LfiirmatlTe.
Very Sensible " Japs."
in japan me oia-scnooi paysicians are
permitted to wear only wooden swords.
This is a gently sarcastic way of expressing
uio upuuua mat laoy jem enougn people
wnuuui. usuik weapons. nut tne a rug.
gist who introduced Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery into the Empire, car
ries a fine steel blade. It was found that
all who tried this wonderful remedy for
ixugus, coias, consumptive tendencies,
blood, skin and livor troubles, were, with
out exception, greatly benefited. The Mi-
Kaaommseii is said to have "toned up"
his system by its use, and the importer was
therefore permitted the exceptional honor
oi wearing too swora oi we noDiuty.
How the proceedings In a divorce ease re
minds one of the moaning of the tied!
Do Not TTalak for a Moment
that catarrh will in time wear out. The
theory is false. Men try to believe it
because it would be pleasant if true.
but it is not, as all know. Do not let an
acute attack of cold in the head remain un
subdued. It is liable to develop into ca
tarrh. You can rid yourself of the cold and
avoid ail cnance oi catarrn oy using ur.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy. If already af
flicted rid yourself of this troublesome dis
ease speedily by the same means. At all
Not a summer resort the plumber. Ho
No Santa Remedy can be had for Coughs
and Colds, or any trouble of tho Throat, than
Price 25 eta,
"Brown" UronchUrt Troches."
Sold only im facet
Mnr who are a great deal ran after furl,
tires from fustics. Eotton Courier.
A STcnoso compositor always "cats his
Many a race for wealth
with an iron ore ruck.
has been won
To aix the marriageable girls of 1888
Look before you leap Louisville Courier
A ciecus show can pull more sick boys
and girls out of bed than all the doctors in
town. Corsican Observer.
A pleasant phiz the Boda fountain's.
She 9toops to conquer the washerwoman.
A signal failure a futile attempt to stop
a street car.
AconK'scrcw usually means a Ashing
vessel's outfit. Xnc Haven Sens.
Tins Is the nenson when bartenders make
things hot for their customers. Boston
A doob is often a knobstrcperons thing:
Neatly turned last year's dress. Puck
Ukpopulab sheet-music snoring.
A baud cut boarding-hoose steak.
A fadst impression the spot where a
woman swoons in the mod.
VTues bees go to a new hive, of course
they have a house swarming.
Somehow men really seem to enjoy it
when their tailors give them fits. Detroit
Jt isn't necessary for a maa to know
enough to go in when it rains if he has an
A obavb mistake burying a man alive
A Kisrrr hysterica. Sew fiamphin Sou.
A sot's sphere a base ball
LENGTH OF DAYS.
FIto Hundred Tears Old-IsUvtasa lost
Is life worth living I
In the days of long ago people seemed to
think it was, if the length of tune they de
voted to becoming acquainted with its lights
and shadows is any criterion.
It. would seem as though life must have
afforded much of enjoyment in the good old
days. Sophocles hung on until he was 130
years old, then perished by an accident.
Attilawas 124. when he died of the conso
auence of a revel on tho night of liis second
marriage. This is a warning to young
men. Epemenides was 157 At 'his regretted
Crowns did not ait so heavily on the
brows of monarchs as they seem latterly to
do. Fohi, the founder of the Chinese Em
pire, reigned 115 years, and sodid Apaphus
of ThebesEgyptian. Tacitus gives 175 years
to Tuisco, a German prince. Daddon, aa
Illyrian noble, lived for COO years according
to Alexander Cornelius.
The art of living seems to be one of the
many ''lost arts," which the dark ages cov
ered over, and modern civilization has not
yet been able to uncover. It is certain long
life was not secured by using mineral poi
sons as remedies for disease. That is essen
tially modern practice. Theancients doubt
less drew on the laboratory of nature for
their medicines, hence the span of their
lives was naturally extended.
We know that our immediate ancestors
found their medicines in the fields and for
ests, adjoining their log cabin homes. These
natural remedies were efficacious and harm
less left no poison la the system. Physi
cians were rarely called in, and the people
hved to ragged and hearty old age. Is it
not worth while to return to their whole
some methods of cure for common ailments!
H. H. Warner & Co., Proprietors of War
ner's Safe Cure, have introduced to the
public a line of Log Cabin remedies, and
their name indicates their character. They
include a " Sarsaparilla," "Hops and fiu
chu Remedy," "Cough and Consumptive
Remedy," Extract for External and In
ternal use, "Rose Cream," for Catarrh,
Scalpino" for the hair, Liver Pills" and
"Porous Plaster." They are carefully com
pounded from actual recipes, the most effi
cacious in use by our grandparents, and
thoso who would like to try the virtues of
old-time remedies, have an opportunity to
secure the best in " Warner's Log Cabin
Nonmro will turn a woman's head so
' completely as a bonnet that has passed by.
For Only Twenty Costs
You can 'jet a beautiful picture ("A Mes
sage of Love") that can not be distinguished
from a line 'water color worth 125. A full
size paper pattern worth 25 cents design
and size of your own selection besides the
finest magazine published. Send for the
February number that contains this won
derful picture and pattern order. Price,
20 cents. Or ask your newsdealer to get
it for your inspection. Tell him if he sends
for it for you to see. he will probably sell
hundreds of them. Published by W. Jen
nings Demorest, 15 East 14th St, Sew York.
Now is tho time to subscribe and get ten
times the value of the 42 per year.
Mayn't diamonds and rubies be correctly
Westward, tho Course of Kmpire, TEte.
We all know the quotation, but many emi
grants westward-bound do not know that
upon their arrival they will have to encoun
ter that invisible foe of the frontiersman
malaria. They should take an ample sup
ply of Hostctter's Stomach Bitters along.
Not only is it a certain safeguard against
every form of malarial disease, but it eradi
cates liver complaint, constipation, dyspep
sia, nervousness and rheumatism.
Ax utter failure the inability to make a
Evsbt person Is Interested in their own
affairs, and if this meets the eye of any one
who is suffering from the effects of a torpid
liver, we will admit that he is interested in
getting well. Get a bottle of Prickly Ash
Bitters, use it as directed, and you will al
ways be glad you read this item.
A sxaiocs reflection a solemn bore's im
age in a mirror.
Tn Public Awards the Palm to Hale's
Honey of Horehound and Tar for coughs.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
CtnuuctT literature recipes fer pud
dines. Brooklyn Standard.
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It is pleasant to the taste, tones ap the
system, restores and preserves health.
It Is purely Vegetable, and cannot fail to
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As a Blood Purifier it is superior to all
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ZL It does not merely irritate the outer rar
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For 18 yean I have intended writing yea.
I rot my back hurt wbea about 10 yean
eld. When about 90 I took severe cold in
my back, so that for 10 or 12 years I suffered
death twice over, after almost giving up I
waa induced to try MerrelTs Penetrating
Oil. My wife applied it to my back freely
and halt a bottle cured me, and now U
yean have passed and my back still re
mains good. I have recommended Mer
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since. As long as I live I cannot say
enough for it. Fatix Mitxaa,
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cure of woman's peculiar msavHos.
r. Pierce Favorite rreeerlptJvat.
Is the outgrowth, or result, of tins great ami.
valuable experience. Thousands of tcatisso
iala. received from natlents and from parsi-
cians who have tested it in the more aggra
vated, and obstinate cases which bad baaed.
their akilL Drove it to be the most wonderful
remedy ever devised for the reUof and cure of"
Mfferlnr women. It is not recommended aa a
"cure-aTl," but as a most perfect Spccifto for
woman's peculiar ailments.
A m pesrerf ! imvlf eratlaa; testle
ft imparts strength to the whole system,
and to the womb- sad its ajspendaccs lm
particular. For overworked, T worn -out,
run-down," debilitated teaohera. miilinersv
dressmakers. searaatreaBes, "shop-ciris," hnusaw
keepers, nursihjr mothers, and feeble women.
reaerally.-Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
at uegTcaiesc cartniy ooon. oeins unequaiea
ssanappetlzinr cordial and restorative tonic
1 As m. aootktna aasl streactheatBsr
'aervlae.' MFavorite Prescription is use
auatod and. is invaluable in aUayinr and sub.
uinr nervous excitability, 'irritability, ex
haustion, prostration, hysteria, spasms and
other dawemmr. nervous -symptoms com
monly attendant upon functional and organic
disease of. the womb. It induces refreshinar
sleep, and relieves mental anxiety and do-pnndencTv--
r. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptlora
S a seKUSBBsue aaieciicisie careniuy
compounded by an experienced and skillluj
physician, and adapted to woman's delicate
organization. It is purely vegetable in its
composition and 'perfectly harmless in its
effects in any condition of tho system. For
morning stcltnas; or nausea, from whatever
cause arielRrweafc stonvacb, indigestion, dy.
Sepsia and kindred symptoms, its use, in small"
oses. will prove very beneficial. :
' . Favorite Prescription"' is a posi
tive care for the most complicated and ob
stinate cases of leucorrhea, excessive flowing-.,
painful menstruatiop, unnatural suppressions,,
prolapsus, or fallintf of the womb, weak back,.
"femalo weaknoas,"'anteversion. retroversion.,
bearing-down sensations, chronic congestion..
Inflammation and ulceration of the womb, in
flammation, pain and tenderness in ovaries,
accompanied with "internal heat."
As m regulator and promoter of func
tional action, at that crVJcal period of change?
from girlhood to womanhood; "Favorite Pre
scription" is a perfectly safe remedial agent,
end. can prodcoo only good results. It .
'equally efficacious and valuable in its effects
when taken for. those .disorders and derange
ments incident to that later and most critical;
period, known as The Change of Life."
"Favorite Prescription. when taken
In connection with the uso of Dr. Pierce'S
Golden Medical Discovery, and small laxative
doses of Dr. Pierce's Purgative Pellets Little
Liver PillB. cures Liver. Kidney and Bladder'
diseases. Their combined uso also removes
blood taints, and abolishes cancerous aaa
scrofulous humors from the system.
Favorite Prescription to the only
medicine for women, sold by druggists, ansler
n positive e-aarantee, from the manu
facturers, that tt will give satisfaction in every
case, or money will be refunded. Thto guaran
tee has been printed on the bottle-wrapper,
and faithfully carried out for many ycarSL.
. JLarg-e bottles (ICO doses) fl, er slat
bottles for 85.0O.
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