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THEDAILY INDEPEXDENTi HELENA. MON DAY HORNING. DEGEMBEB 2, io^b.
TOPROLONG TOUR LIFE.
APlurality of Centenarians Found^Among Followers of Out-^Door Pursuits.
iMtaneeaof Wonderful Long- Life^Among the Very Poor in^Russia
Dr. llninicrnian's sutuuilnic I l^ at Ihe^^Art of I.ongrvliy^-Trni|M-ra^e^^am) Occasional Pcstlvals.
Inthe Middle Ak^*, wb.n MM Iouk list of^ospital crimes mcludeed every form of^infant icide. tlie MgfcMl of liciltb whs not^only permitted M ilcltlieratcly MWH^^by tun tilm out nuivemul belief iu the merit^of self-torture iind self iib.iseuieiit, Hiid the
consequentindiffereito physical dnwoiii-
fort,which was liv no menus confined to^the converts of world-reiiounciiii; monk'..^Amoni, the life-loviUK nations of pun in an^^tiquity, on the other hand, man-slayers^could often coiuproiuise their offense In the^payment of a sum varvitiM from the equiv^^alent of a K'shI milch-cow to the price of^leu horses; but that indirect MNWgfr^menl of homicide was offset by the general^worship of health, beauty, comfort, sport,^and physical prowess^all the direct result^of an 011itiiniMii that sanctioned the enjoy^^ment of paradise on this side of the urave.^In that sense, the belief m the value^of temporal existance can be^accepted an one of the few condition*, un-^douuledly conducive to tile prolong.iteiu 01^humuii life. Another such condition is^country life, or, rather, out-door lif ^.^Anions the centenarians of all nations and^of all times, a significant plurality were^either rustics, or city dwellers addicted to^out-door pursuits. Centenarians are re.^uiarkably frequent .iiuouk the bailliffridden^boors of soutliern Itussia. aiul the live oili^^est persons of modern times were care worn^if not ubjectly BOOT rUlSMSSl l'eter C/.tt-^tau, who died 111 n hamlet near Kel^rade.^1731, in his huudreth and eiuhty-tiftb vim;^the Hussiuu beggar Kaiinnt/ik.. a native .,t^Polotzk, who rescind an iff of one hun^^dred and siity-three years, and died bj eon^seqaeuce of uu accident; the fisherman^Jenkins, who, in spite of life loiiy peimi \.^lived at least ^ century and a^half (the estimate at Ills neighbors^varying from lad to Mil years^; the negresa^1'ruio, who died 1u slavery on the plants^tion ol a i'ueumau physician, in her Imn^dted and aeventy-tiftli year; and the day-^laborer, '1 homas l'arr, who attained the^pretty well authenticated aye of years,^and who died a lew weeks alter his removal^from country air and indigence to comfort^and city quarters. If dietic restrictions tend^to prolong human life, tile rule would seem^|0 M chiefly continued by its exceptions.
Ilie children of Israel are ajit to aseillie^their certainly remarkable longevity to the^Mosaic interdict of liou-s' Issk) but the^equally long-lived Miugrelians, after reoeiv^^ ug Abu Hassan's stern ultimatum, ^Islam^or the sword!^ informed his commissioners^that, ^however willing they might be to^propitiate the wrath of Allah by a rcasona^Lie hue, the national assembly had decided^to chis^se war and pork in preference to^peace without it.^ John II. Brown. M. 1'.,^the Berwick .Iwtculiipius, euumerutes i^long list of patients who had |K^st^polled their fuueial by following Ins^plan of systematic hygiene^t le plan^namely, of ^touiuu down^ plethora by^bleediug and cathartics, and of ^toning up'^debility by means of beef and brandy. Hut^l,tiOO years ago the philosopher l.ucutn^called attention to the exceptional longevity^of the Pythagorean ascetics, whose re^ligious by-laws enjoined total ulistineiici^from wine and all sorts of animal food
Ilie naturalist Union dcscrils-s the lobusl^physique of u Joudan cheiftaiu who, at the^reputed age of 1UJ years, could hurl u stone^with force sutliciciit to kill a jackal at a^distance of fifty yards, aud thought nothing^of starving for a week or two if his foragers^happened to return imply handed; but lb^same traveler mentions that his swarthy^Nestor now and then SSSSpsSaSSisd such^fasts by barbecues lasting from ten to^twenty-four hours, and including a melange^of marrow-fat aud pcp|s'r-yrass, besides^do/ens of hard-boiled crane's eygs, jerboa^^tew and de p draughts ot cla ified bi.t er,^I#^ug fasts certainly euhauce the vi^'or of^the digestive organs, but the net^result of repeating such ex^pertinents seems rather difficult to^reconcile with the experience of l^uigi Cor^naro, the Veiiitiau reformer, who managed^to outlive all Ins cousins unJ schoolmates,^and ascribed his success to the inutlieiiiatl^cal regularity of his bill of fare, winch dur^ing the last sixty years of his self denying^existence had been limited to twelve ounces^of solid food and fourteen ounces of fluids^^wine chiefly, a beverage which the Sou^daiieae emir would have rejected with a^auort of virtuous horror. Dr. Virchow,^though by no menus au advocate of total^abstinence, admits that the longevity of the^Semitic dehert-dwellers can be explained^only by tlnir caution in the use of stimu^^lants^a virtue which in their case would,^iudi-cd, appear to offset an unusual number^of circumstantial disadvantages^tlinstv,^fiery suns, and liery p assions being decided^ly in.p. ^^p.t mas to I. i.Jin of life. And,^here, at last, we may strike a bit of terra^fin. . iu the quicksands of specu^^lative hygiene, ^Take a hundred^different animals,^ says the sanitarian^Kcbrodi, ^and you will find them to^prefer a hundred different sorts of solid^final, but they all drink nnlk in infancy,^and ufterward water; and. considering the^infinite variety of comestibles a healthy^human stomach contrives to digest, we^luiisht very well agree to deserve that privi^^lege by limiting the variety of our bevir-^a^cs.' Instinct certainly abhors the first^taste of alcoholic liquors, and statistics^prove that in all climes ami among all na^^tion.* the disease resisting p iwer of the hu^^man organism is diminished by the habitual^use of toxic stimulants. Mohammed, Hml-^dha und Zoroaster agree on that isiiiit, and^Ihe esoteric teachings of Pythagoras may^have qualified hi* rather fanciful objections^to grape-juioe by the practical hope of^longevity. A complete list of infallible pre^^scriptions for the prolongation of human^life would till a i n uml oils l,^ ,^ 10 '^ g J^include some decidedly curious spe^^cifics. ^To what do yon ascrita^^your hale old age^^ the emperor^Augustus asked a centenarian whom he^found wrestling iu the pala-stra ami baudy-^inx jokes with the young athletes, ^lutus^mulso, fori* oleo.^ said the old fellow^^^Oil for the skin aud mead ^ water and^honey) for the luner man.^ Cardann* sug^^gests that old age might be indefinitely^postponed by a semi-fluid diet warmed^(like mothers'milk i to the exact tempera^tors of the human system; and Voltaire ac^^cuses his rival Maup- rtuis of having hoped^to attain a similar result by varnishing his^hide with a sort of resinous paint in poix^resineux) that would prevent the vital^strength from evaporating by exhalation.^Kobert Burton recommends ^oil of uuaphar^and dormouse fat;^ Paracelsus, rectified^^pints of alcohol; Horace, olives snd^marsh-mellows Dr. Zimmerman, tbe^medical adviser of Frederick the (Ireat,^sums up the ^Art of Longevity^ in the fob^lowing word*. ^Temperate habits, out^^door exercise aud stead* industry, sweet^^ened by occasional festivals.^^Dr. Felix L^Oswald, in Helford'r Maoa/in. |
ADrop In t orn.^Cmc.oo. Dec. 1.^ Everybody was acared^when the Imard of trade opened yesterday^morning and waited for aoiuelMaly to make a^price for November com, which closed yes^^terday st Hie. The manipulators of the^corner suggested it was worth tiOc., and th it^was the openinu. Then it bearan to go^down the toboggan slide and at 11 o'clock^stood st !Mc.. a sleaii fall of J^! cents.
Thefirst Speech for the Prosecution Made^liy the States Attorney.
On.v.. Dec. 1.^At the opening of the^Cronin 'rial yesterday States Attorney^I.ongeuecker resumed Ilia addles* to the^jury. He went over Ihe testimony regard-^iiiK the meetings of Camp S^. Clati na-Oael,^at which it was charged Cronin was the spy^of Heggs; aud the defense of Alexander^Sullivau, of Coughliu. the tryiiiK iniaitioli^t i the mind* of patriotic Irishmen against^Cronin. Summing this section of the case^up he said: ' Singular, is it not, that oti^the eighth day of February a motion was^made for a committee in Camp JO; oil the^pith of February Senior Guardian Begg* is^wriling about the matter to Kdward Sjiell-^urtii; on the 17th he again writes about it;^mi the l'.ith a flat is rented at I lit Clark^street; on the LMth a carpet is nailed down;^on file Ll'ud of February Heggs defends the^triangle, aud on the first day of March this^Coughliu, who is on trial now for his life,^denounces Dr. Cronin as a spy.
'Ihestates-attorney proceeded, saying it^was in evidence that Heggs rejiortisj to^Hpellman April '.^J, saying the Cronin mat^^ter bad been amicably settled, and proceed^^ed to point out this amicable settlement^meant that arrangement* were completed^for the murder. Proceeding to trace the^hiring of the flat on (Hark street, lie showed^the connection of Burke and Kuu/.e there^^with. During this Kuuze rose and said:^^t hat's a lie!
JudgeLoUgMcker continued to trace the^story of tbe crime, dwelling upon the va^^rious bilks ill the chain of evidence which^connected the prisoners with it. Ihe driv^^ing away of Cronin to the Carlson cottage^and the part the different prisoners bOM iu^the trug slv there enacted, and subsequently^the disposition of the body. Coining ilowu^to the cotitcntiou of the defense that the^bhsid ill the cottage was not human, the^state's attorney said the evidence all tend^^ed to show that it was human blood. Why^was the tlisir painted if it was not ^ He^would not take np the time of the jury in^irguing that it was anything else than the^blond of 'Dr. Cronin. In closing^the states attorney said. ^When you come^to consider the verdict think of that man^i'rouin in the cottage, and when you think^of him there, may there reverberate through^your ear* the death cries of this man, who^in his last moments called upon hisOodand^ins Jesus. '1 hink of these men who, with^^out giving Itiiii time to pronounce the oilier^trinity name, felled him to the flisir With^their death blows. Think of all this, ami^in the end there will be such a verdict as^when his honor pronounces judgment upon^it, that he having his lnint and eye to Hod,^may say ^may the Isird hi ve mercy on your^^ouis.^ Judge W'mg the began his^iddiass on behalf of the defense,^commencing with Coughlin's defense. He^referred to the vast amount of evidence^produced ill the cast, all of it circumstan^^tial, and explained the different light in^which such evidence must be consid^^ered from that accorded to the direct evi^^dence. He dwelt upon necessity that^juror* should put uaidc their natural preju^^dice* agaiuHt these men on account of their^nat lonalty and religion, and remember it^wa* natural for them to love the home of^their birth. At this iKiint court adjourned^until Monday.
I*the reason people will not, cannot, or do^not see any difference ill cheap nostrum*^put up by Cheap John houses or iriesponsi^File parties at enormous profits, rather than^take a medicine of world wide reputation^snd one that is giving universal satisfaction^it equal price^ No medicine iu the world^is giving such unparalleled satisfaction for^purifying the blood as Biggs' Blood Puri^^fier and l;|o,.d Maker, and every bottle that^does not do its work will cost you nothing.^For sale by all druggists, K. S. Hale A Co.,^wholesale and retail agent*.
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Therei* nothing parent* should be so^oareful alwiut as selecting a oough syrup.^Heggs Cherry C^iugh Syrup, cost* no muri^^um oliup an I ,i ^ rior noHtrum*^brown on the market. The best is none^too goial, be sure and get HKOOS'
CHEKHYCOUGH BYBUP. We ketg H^on baud at all times. It. S. Hale A. Co.,
ADaily Through Car S i v ice ha* been es^^tablished by the Chicago, I'niou Pacific it^North-Western Line from San Francisco,^Portland, Spokane Falls, Hutfe and Hel^^ena, to Chicago via Council Bluffs, thus of^^fering to the public facilities not given by^any other line. ^The Limited F'ast Mail^^which runs daily between the above points,^carries the Overland Fast Mail, a Inn ted^number of first-class passengers without^extra charge, and is composed of Pullman^Vestibule,I Nloi pets. S in FraliciKco to^Chicago via Council Bluffs, Pullman Visiti-^bmtad Nswpsfl and Pullman liming Cars,^Portland to Chicago via Council Bluffs.
Thisis another indication that the DaiM^Pacific is desirous of meeting the require^^ments of the people. For information iu^regard to this and other trains on this Inn ,^s| ply to any ticket Agent or K. L. Lomai,^General Passenger Agent. Omaha, Neb.
A.F:. Vkazik, Agent.
Haklfn i A' Mica Salve.
Thebest salve in the world for cuts,^bruise*, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever^sores, tetter. cbapiM'd bauds, chilblains,^oorus, and all *kin eruptions, aud ismitively^cures piles, or no pay required. It i* guar-^anteedto give perfect satisfaction, or money^refunded. Price 'Si cents |s-r box. For sale^by It. S. Hale * Cm.
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Itchingpiles are known by moisture like^perspiration, producing a very disagreeable^itchiug after getting warm. 'I his form, as^well a* blind, blinding and protruding piles,^yield at once to tin application of Dr. )to-^^uinko'a Pile Remedy, which acts directly^upon the parts affeted, absorbing the^tumors, allaying thecintenae itching and^effecting a permanent cure. Fifty c uts.^Address Tbe Dr. Bosanko Medicine com^^pany, Piqua, Ohio. Sold bv H. 8. Hale^1 Co.
Forchapped hands, roughness of the^skin, pimple* or blotches of any kind on^the face or other parts of the Is sly, apply^Dulard's Specific. It works like magic and^is warranted by druggists. Sold by K. S.^Hale A Co., wholesale and .retail druggist*,^Helena.
UB B ER^oooids.
OilClothing ^ Horse Covers.
GOODYEARRUBBER CO Y.
Ml.Paul Urate t . Ill East Third Str.-u
JAUKS SCYUVH. A^HOt.
Miuneaisili llraneli. 'Jul Nicole) A venae.
Joh.hJ. Tallhaoob, Aynt.
Fortale In ail dealer*. Aak f. r tiiem aud take^no others.
W.K. KKANKLIN,^Hesiilent Salesman. Helena.
MurmoMWilli Poor Memories.
Carpets,Stoves, Crockery anil
WeCan Furnish Your House Complete!
HI,113, 115, 117 and 119 Broadway.
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Buvbuml Sohs uu Kinds of
FUBNITUBS,IUBB0B8, ( ROCKERY, ST0VE8,
OfficeFurniture, Bar Outfits, Saddles, Harness, Bicy^^cles, and Everything the Heart Can Desire, at Half^Price. Will also exchange goods lor anything you have.
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Tiadeon'sImproved Fo-nrcler,^NOBLE'S EXPLOSIVE ID^lSTJlLlvlITE,
KeeununviidtHlli^ Miners, Railroad Coiilraelors. and Kndoraed l^y the Puhlir l^ Uenarm^as Uie Nlri,at...l, SMle.t and Ileal of all High Kaplualvea
A.M. Holter Hardware Co., General Agents.
R.S. HALE ^CO.,
DR3.L1EBIG ^ CO.
lVrnmnentlyI/s Hted at Southeast 0or^^tier of HniHilwuy and Main Htreeta,^Hutt^^ Oitj 1'rirato Kntranos^No. H Kast Hroailway.
llnalerain Patent 'tMedirinaa. Kaac; Toilet^(tans, I-aiiieu,.- I^ni|ie anil I wimp (llaaa,^Paint*, Oila, vtr., Suritical I awl must! .t Vilnius^HiM^s. etc. W'liolesalH aKeiite fur ( tiro for
C.iiikIisand Colds, Kirk's Pile I lint llient. Wltclies
*^o|K^liiini, llosniiko.Misliciniw. Dr. Kiln ^ r's^llemeily. Ilan.lelion Tunic, I Inwon Kidney Tea,^llutard's ipSSaaW,
tUiM ir*ry pa r a sun p*^^lie |ti t.r A I irtW^^orr^ot Kliap*
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of Per Itariel Morn Until any oilier l'wi^t. rii
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BOESMANBR08. Si CO..^Solo Agents.
Medicaland Sargioal Inatituta
KansasI il). Mo.. San t .ancisc.,. ('^].. and HntSS^City, M^ nuna,^Pr. Uskig I Co. an. regular ^railuatea in mmU-^rinejaiicl surgery and eiieeial pra^-iitiouer^ as-^thoii/.^l liy i In. siatisiiif Misiuinri. California sad^Montana, to tnwt all chronic, nervous and pri^^vate diseases iwliellicrcaus.il liy illll,ruill^uo^,S^-^oeaa or ooojawiutl), aeminal wnakiuvs inlgM^loeseei. wiunl del.ility. i |(w of aeiual power),^nervous del,llit) i loss of ner ye force I, dineaass uV^Iba lilissl jaypliilia (foiiorrlioa. ulnel and atrlo-^turei ciinsl. I uralile cae-s. uuaraiiteisj or rjioDaw^rwraDaaa. llsrajn low. Ilmuxauita of raaaa^runsl. All medicim* are esiss'ially iireiiareil for^saok IndividuaJ case at Iwiliratory. No iujurtoaj^or poisonous coinpoiimlH used.
Notime lost from lnisii.ess. Patienta at a 4kv^taass tWtad b| letter and eipnwe. Medieiaa^eent cw t; whsrs has from vaae ur tirenk.vte.
Indiseastw of the MimsI. iirain. heart and arr^voiis ^^^!,.in. ^s ^^l| as liver, kldne^ and irrawal
oumplsinu,ninatism. paralyaie auit all other
Writefoi illustrated pa|s'i^ on IiefornuUaS,^Chili ti^.| l urvKlur.t nf the hpine. Pllee.'nimoaS,
,sneer. laUrrh, llr^hitis. Inhalation Uee-
tricit).Hasneaium, Paralysis. P.pile|^,y, Kiiinef.
Hwtr.Hkin and Illixsj and all ^nr^t'^Hisik m
lllail.leiI .^ral tliMTatlous.
IIisb* of women a apeciajfy.^easis, free.
Theonly relislile Mndiral and Hiir^irial
bitsmaking a s|laity of private diseaeea.
AllHl.ssl |iessfnllj treatisi. Hyph-
Hi'i'I'oison re,,sl friim ihe system witkoaS
ineniirj. V * H.s-torativetn^tmect for loaa of^Vital rower. Persona uiiahle to vieit ns mat ha^treated i.t home h^ eorreaiiondeui^-. All roa-^monioationti coutiilentUl. M.siieiuna ^^r instra-^B^eut. mor expiree atH-urely mm kad.
tineperaonalInterview prefernsl. Call and oon-^HUI us. ,,r send history of vonr eaae aiel we ^^U^aenil in |,|aUi WTappaf our Haik free. eiplaiL.-wl^v, h) thousand* cannot he roml of Private, Hava-^UI and S, i\oiis 1Iis^m^^^. Komiim] \\eaknaaa.
Hi.m a. In l-'lency.Hypliilui.(ionerro^s,
fikMt,VsrieueHs. etc., etc.
Iirs.Liebl* ,\ 11 .,. are the only onaliried or rs-^^pouell ^ - -.lalists left in Montana alnoa the^new mislical law.
(ltl.eehours from V to S and 7 to 8 p. m.; er kf^apts'iiitiiienl in ols-cure or uravnt cawiw.^i (l.NM I.I'ATION KHI-K
NewtonBros, are as-enta for sale of Or. lieliuc'*^Invutoraior In Unite City. Montana.
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TheSan Francisco Tailor.
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Msdeiii Cleaning and AMerirur fw^,i ^s (iar^merits of Ah Kinds, lireaee. Paint. aWs, KMeiiy^IU'inove.1.
L'HT'KAVNUTKX ('AMI'. TU MV PUtl I^* uUiot one iiioiith airo, one nay horse, no
liraui'.sway-law-k. fiinh wethers, hiidi hits., mtiilj
staron forehead, white spot^fisil white, a few sal,He marks.
JOHNH. TIM IMAH, j,^Three BUM from Helium on [en Mil,. Creek.
CornerMain Street and 8ixth Arena*.
ASi hoot of Thorough ^Practical Buelneea^Training.
Hookknc|cn. Arithmetic, Penmanahlp, Raak-^tiut. 1*1*1 nea. and lek^| Korrna, Teliwraphy, Cot-^reetsiudeuis.. hpellin* and ail the failka^Branches. -^P^rnln I ii oio^rephr By Mall.^A KmII Corp* of experienced Teaihera. lau^and Kvrnlni Haesiona, K Particutar* KuwS^rlneiUMa honca1 ^ or Adilreaa
HT. I .KHOKN. A. M.,
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