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MYSTERIES OF MEDICINE
Doctors Know What Drugs Will J > or but
Not Why They Do It
When a person takes a dose of medi
tclne II said a doctor he never stops to
consider what n wonderful provider na
ture is When you consider that we are
able to give drugs which will go though
the entire system without having any ef
fect apon any part or organ until it
cones perhaps to some nerve upon
which it expends all its force it is in
deed a miracle of the most wonderful
kind We dont know why it does it but
we know what it does The progress in
materia medica has been wonderful By
proviugs the specific effects of drugs
have been discovered so that they can
bo given with specific results Medicine
is gradually emerging from the dark
valley of guesswork into the bright sun
light of science
The modern physician does not make
a mixture of seven or eight drugs hop
ing that some one of them will produce
the effect desired He does not take
chances upon striking a remedy one in
seven He knows now just what drug
will produce the results he wants and
he prescribes that I attended a man
the other day who had not been sick for
20 or 80 years I went into his room
and after observing his symptoms asked
for half a glass of water into which I
dropped a small pellet a triturate The
old man looked at me after I had given
him a dose of it and then smiled
H Well doctor he said you treat
ed me for this complaint when I was
sick many years ago and I must say the
remembrance of tEe taste of the medi
< cine you gave me then is still vivid I
< dont think that a person could have
mixed a more horrible concoction than
that was Now you treat me for th
same disease and the drug is almost
tasteless How do you account for that
H Progress I replied And progress
it is I Every day increases our knowl
edge of drugs and our power to alleviate
suffering and save human life Pitts
burg Dispatch
CAUGHT A HUGE SHARK
GUests at Atlantic Highlands Land On
Eight and a Half Feet Long
Guests from hotels of Atlantic High
lands went blueflshing early Tuesday
morning and returned with a shark 8
feet long
The sloop yacht Brunhilde Captain
I W D Overton in command was en
gaged for the day When about three
4 milofl at sea the fish began to bite One
of the party felt something tugging on
the end of his line cad gave a sudden I
pulL As a result he was nearly pulled
overboard He called for help The
t captain crew and his companions went
rto his aid and helped haul in the line
When they had brought the monster
to the surface he was found to be al
most exhausted A rope was fastened
around him and the fishermen started
< ifor home in triumph pulling the shark
astern A landing was made at Curtis
bathing pavilion and the story of the
unusual capture spread like wildfire
The shark which was dead by this time
was dragged ashore
The fish tipped the scales at 200
pounds and measured 8 6 feet in length
His mouth is nearly a foot in width
and ho has three rows of sharp triangu
lar shaped teeth The fish is on exhibi
lon Professor L Wenger the local
I taxidermist will stuff and mount the
I
jnoncter Cor Philadelphia Press
Will Ilis Pence
The next house will miss the soaring
eloquence and quick wit of Lafe Pence
of Colorado who has decided not to be
a candidate for reelection Mr Pence
af7onhis spurs < tripping Bynum in
the lyer repeal debate and later was
I 3 conBpicnons when the Coxey horde con
centrated onWashington Mr Pence is
a lawyer but has not allowed that fact
to interfere with his being a Populist
His reason for deciding not to retunt
seems rather odd in a Populist howev
er He says he cannot live in Washing
ton on 5000 a yearChicago Times
Changing Colors of Glass
In lecturing on the ruby at the Royal
Institution London recently Professor
John W Judd the well known English
geologist alluded to the changes door
which certein kinds of glass undergo
when exposed to light The green glass
I panes in the conservatories at Kew
gradually change through shades of yel
low to o purplish hue under the action
of light Babies change color in a cu
rious way > under the action of heat
Bluish rubies turn green and on cooling
regain their original tint The blue
sapphire turns white and the yello
eocsadoo crystal becomes green
So far as the audience was concerne
Von Bulow always made a point of do
ing exactly as he pleased On one occa
sion when a Leipzio audience insisted
on recalling him in spite of his repeated
refusal to play again he came forward
and said If you do not stop this ap
plause I will play all Bachs 48 pre
In6es and fugues from beginning to
San Francisco Argonaut
Scorpions
The nathes of Lucca in Italy assert
that the scorpion will destroy itself iJ
exposed to a sudden light and a writer
Jn Nature said that his informant and
i lher friends while residing during the
summer months at the baths of Lucca
Were much annoyed by the intrusion of
small black scorpions into the house
and their being secreted among the bed
clothes in shoes and in other articles of
dress that they soon became adepts in
catching the scorpions and disposing of
them in the manner suggested This
consistedin confining the animal under
ian inverted drinking glass or tumbler
below which a card was inserted when
gthe capture was made and then waiting
till dark suddenly bringing the light of
a candle near to the glass in which the
animal was confined No sooner was
this done than the scorpion invariably
showed signs of great excitement run
ning round and round the interior of
n the tumbler with reckless velocity for a
number of times
This state having lasted for a minute
or more the animal suddenly became
quiet and turning its tail or the hinder
part of its body over its back brought
its recurved sting down upon the mid
dle of the head and piercing it forcibly
in a few seconds became quite motion
less and in fact quite dead This ob
servation was repeated very frequently
in truth it was adopted as the best
> plan of getting rid of the pests and the
dZ young people were in the habit of han
dling them with impunity immediately
after they were so killed and of preserv
ing many of them as curiosities It is
known that scorpions kill themselves
Tibftt1J1UTOnt1 Aq hv A rlnn of fl
HOW Os TUDV PROPERLY
I
Books Should Bo Well Chosen and Kea J
Carefully Not Devoured
Study is like a dinner Tho viands
must bo well chosen and eaten slowly
not devoured then well turned over in
the mental stomach for awhile until
with ease and comfort they are perfect
ly digested and furnish nutriment to
the brain Most students study without
thought which is like eating without
digesting Others read merely as a fad
and soon forget all they may have
learned
The most satisfactory method of study
is the digestive It is the thorough one
the one that gives strength to the
brain Take the subject you are study
ing Read a few lines or a few pages
as the case may be then put the book
down and think on what you have read
Turn it about in your mind from every
standpoint Do not accept it immediate
ly Argue for and against it in your
mind In other words masticate it
i ou need not be at your leisure to do
this Do it in your walks in your idle
moments at any time When you havo
satisfied yourself on the subject go on
with a little more in the same way In
a short time you will find yourself
more a thorough student than if you
had read all at a sitting The best edu
cated man in the end is the man who
learns slowly but surely New York
Advertiser
Lycoinlng6 Early Judiciary
FairPlayMen was the title given
to a part of Lycoming county Pa
now densely populated and dotted with
prosperous towns and cities The pro
prietary government with a view to
protecting the Indians from intrusion
had forbidden the survey and settle
ment of the region but some hard treat
ed and hard handed ScotchIrish pio
neers found their way into the forbid
den territory and being outside the im
mediate jurisdiction of any properly
constituted tribunal they chose three of
their number to settle disputes and call
ed them fair play men The decisions
of this tribunal especially as to bound
aries were enforced by the whole com
munity and came in time even to be re
spected by the courts When a chief
justice of Pennsylvania asked one of the
first pioneers what were the features of
the fair play code the pioneer is re
ported to havo answered that since his
honors court had found its way into
the jgion fair play had fled and law
had lafcen its place Philadelphia
Press
A WOMAN HATER DISCOMFITED
ff Had Reason to Repent Asking a Qus9
tion About Eve
There is a crusty old bachelor on
Fourth street who is a confirmed woman
hater and who never misses an oppor
tunity for saying something sjvrcastio
and disagreeable about the fair sex
But he met more than his match the
other day in a plucky little woman
who metaphorically speaking wiped
up the earth with him much to the de
light of lis friends who were greatly
amused at his discomfiture
I
The old bachelor inquired why when
Eve was manufactured of a spare rib
n servant wasnt made afc the same tine
to wait on her The little woman re
sponded promptly Because Adam
never read the newspapers until the SUB
got down behind the palm trees and
then stretC ling yawned out Isnt stop
per most ready my dear Not he Ha
made the fire and hung the kettle over
it himself Ill venture and pulled the
radishes peeled the potatoes and did
everything else he ought to do
He chopped the kindling brought
m the coal and did the chores himself
and he never brought home half a dozen
friend to dinner whsn Evehadnt any
fresh pomegranates
The little woman stopped a moment
for breath and went on with renewed
vigor And Adam never staid out
till 12 oclock at a political meeting
hurrahing for some candidate and then
scolding because poor Eve was sitting
up and crying inside the gates He never
played billiards rolled tenpins and
drove fast horses nor choked Eve with
cigar smoke
He never loafed around the cornet
groceries and saloons while Eve was
rocking little Cains cradle at home In
chort he didnt think she was especial
ly created for the purpose of waiting on
him and wasnt under the Jmpressiom
that it disgraced a man to lighten a
wifes cares a little Thats the reason
that Eve didnt need F hired girl aid
with it is the reason that her descend
ants do
She drew another breath and was
about to continue when the bachelor
pulled his hat down over his eyes an4
sneaked away amid the laughter of t
crowd Louisville Post
Eggs and Microbes
Dr McClintock of the University of
Michigan has performed experiments
which indicate that eggs may become
Infected with microbes before they are
laid A healthy hen after repeated
washings in sterilized solutions was
placed in a sterilized cage As soon as
possible after being laid portion of her
eggs were placed in sterilized cotton ani
then in an incubator All these eggs de
cayed and swarmed with bacteria The
remaining eggs were taken as soon as
laid and cultures were made from their
contents Some of these culture tubes
developed others remained sterile Aft
er some days the hen was killed and
with proper aseptic precautions culture
tubes were inoculated from various por
tions of the oviduct Most of theso tubes
developed would thus seem probable
that the putrefactive bacteria entered I
tst egg in its passage down the oviduct
and before the shell was formed I
Tho Wonderful Congo
The Congo is the most wonderful wa
terway in the world It is 25 miles
across in parts so that vessels may pass
one another and yet be out of sight Ifc
has twice the extent of the navigable
waters of the Mississippi and its tribu
taries and three times its population
Philadelphia Press
There are many little emoarrassnienta
encountered by the professional stroller 1
for which there seems to be no law ei
ther of compensation or amelioration
For instance take the meeting of the
tame person over and over again on an
afternoons travels First time you are
overjoyed at the encounter and find
plenty to talk about Fifteen minutes
later you meet again and the interview
is a trifle less spicy Still later you
grasp hands for the third time and dont
know what in Sam Hill to talk about
The next timeyon meet you bow coldly
and pass on but the last time of all
you dash down a side street as though
trying to elude the hand of Providence
THERtwAS NO 5rrJ 3 fQ rr
But Ho Had Abundant Reason NeTerth
less to Be Suspicions
There was a bright new 50 cent piece
I lying on the pavement on Jefferson av
enue near Griswold street when a
bow backed man with a satchel came
along from the depot He saw the coin
while he was yet 20 feet away and he
made a sudden forward rush to get it
The movement was almost instantly
checked however and he walked slow
ly forward and backed to the curbstone
and stood there and gazed at the coin
rith a foxy look on his countenance In
about a minute a pedestrian came up
saw the coin and reached for it and put
it in his pocket Observing the attitude
of the old man at the same time he
turned and queried
It didnt belong to you did it
Waal I swanl was the reply
Whats the matter
This is the queerest durned town 1
aver struck in all my life I was coming
up this street last year about this time
when I saw a 50 cent piece lyin jest
about here I made a grab fur it fell
on my nose and rolled all over and final
ly got up to find that a boy had a string
ou the money and had pulled it into
that doorway
And so you were shy of this one
Yaas I was shy
And are half a dollar behind the
gameYaas
Yaas Im half a dollar out Say
are you in a hurry
uYesgreat hurry
Wall Ill heY to find somebody else
then T want to find a feller wholl sot
down with me fur about two hours and
post me up Im comin into Detroit
once a week now and I want to find out
whats got strings to it and whats lyin
around loose and kin be picked up
Detroit Free Press
A Countrymans Suggestion
A countryman who boarded the fire
boat New Yorker at her berth at the
Battery the other day was interested to
observe the completeness of her equip
ment for fighting fire along the river
front Her powerful pumps and ingen
ious arrangements for directing the
streams upon burning buildings or into
the holds of vessels filled him with ad
miration Then he asked the engineer tr
show him the workings of the search
light He took it for granted that there
was one and was amazed to learn that
there was no electrical plant at all on
the boat This would appear to be a cu
rious deficiency in a boat otherwise per
fectly appointed and it is difficult to
see how so obvious a need could have
been overlooked in the building of the
New Yorker The countrymans discov
ery has led to a discussion of the need
of a searchlight and may lead to its in
troduction on the boat It is admitted
that such a light would be of the great
est value to the New Yorker in finding
its way at night about among the
crowded and tangled slips It would
moreover make it possible to direct a
powerful light upon the fronts of ware
houses to the very great assistance of the
firemen Electric lights on the boat
would also be supplied in place of the
fashioned oil lamps that are now iD
useNew York Sun
JOHit BULLS HUMOR
It Is of the Fat Witted Kind What At >
leans Think of It
Hawthorne observing Englishmen in
England speaks of them as heavy
witted Emerson alludes to theit
saving stupidity Howells has intro
duced to us some typical specimens of
English respectability and rank baffled
in their chase after American humor
but on the scent and arriving at the
point of appreciation after considerable
silent thought sometimes lasting into
the next day and here is the testimony
of Lowell frm his recently published
Letters In a letter written in 1889
from England to Professor Norton he
thus explains the warm reception given
to Buffalo Bill by London society
But I think the true key to this
eagerness for lionseven of the poodle
ortis the dullness of the average
English mind I never come back hero
without being struck with it Henry
James said it always stupefied him at
first when he came back from the con
tinent What it craves beyond every
thing is a sensation anything that will
serve as a Worcestershire sauce to its
sluggish palate We of finer and more
touchy fiber get our sensations cheaper
and do not find Wordsworths emotion
over a common flower so very wonder
ful People are dull enough on our side
of the ocean stream also God wot but
here unless I know my people I never
dare to let my mind gambol Most ol
them if I ever do look on like the fa
mous deaf man at the dancers wonder
ing to what musio I am capering They
call us superficial Let us thank God
dear Charles that our nerves are nearer
the surface not so deeply embedded in
fat or muscle that wit must take a pitch
fork to us Outlook
Sirs Pepys Temper
Being at supper my wife did say
something that caused me to oppose her
in She used the word devil which
vexed me and among other things I
said I would not have her to use that
word upon which she took me up most
scornfully which before Ashwell and
the rest of the world I know not nowa
days how to check as I would hereto
fore for less than that would have
made me strike her So that I fear
without great discretion I shall go near
to lose too my command over her and
nothing do it more than giving her this
occasion of dancing and other pleasures
whereby her mind is taken up from her
business and finds other sweets besides
pleasing of me and so makes her that
she begins not at all to take pleasure in
me or study to please me as heretofore
Diary of Samuel Pepyo
A venerable Chinaman ol Amoy nas
been engaged for 32 years in fashioning
in miniature an elaborate pagoda ivory
and stone It contains upward of 35000
pieces and when completed which will 1
be in about five years will be sold for
300
Thirty Miles In the Earth
Rov Osmond Fisher in a very reli
able work entitled Physics of the
Earths Crust tf says that the rate of
increase in temperature as the distance
beneath the surface is augmented is
on the whole an equable one and may
be taken to average about a degree for
each 51 feet Figuring on this state
ment as the most reliable we find that
at a depth of 80 miles below the cur
face all known metals and rooks ore in
state of white hot fusion
nOMLl n wurbG meat procnraei
vith truffles molded out of earth
Vegetables salad acidulated with
oil of vitriol and green peas verdant
with copper
DessertChocolate cream sweetened
with glucose and colored with the ox
Ide of mercury and ocher
CoffeeRoasted horse liver with ma
hogany sawdust and caramel
Liquor Kirsch flavored with prus
we f acid
Perhaps yon fancy that this bill of
fare is exaggerated All you have to do
Is to look at Chevalier and Beaudir
monts volume entitled Falsification
of Alimenatry Substances and you
will find the actual facts5au Fran
fibco Argonaut
I
The Ice Water Habit
The ice water drinker is just as much
of a fiend ns the morphine eater In
many cases the habit of the former is
just as strong as that of the latter and
just as hard to break It has been fre
qaently demonstrated that the drinking
of ice water is an acquired habit nd
not one that comes naturally Give an
infant ice water and you will notice by
its action that the drink is very dip
tasteful It usually has the same effect t
upon an Indian or upon any personnCt
accustomed to it Besides itis very un
healthy and any perspn who pan avoid
drinking ice water should doso1iI
Herald
jne spoils to the ylp 9ri system holds
good in France in a snjalL way though
not to the extent it rules in the sister
republic Louis Tabernet the late Pres
denib Carnots cook is Jo be replaced by
Tieuret the chef of M CasimirPerier
The new head of the kitchen at the
Elysee is one of the most celebrated
cooks of the age and draws the salaryof
a cabinet minister France is famous
for its cooks but its supply of cabinet I
ministers has been far greater of late
rears than its supply of cooks London
Globe
Cable From Queen Lil
Dear Gresham One more boon J
crave
I trust in your affection
Tis not to murder Dole the Una
Norput down insurrection
Tis not my crown but me to a i
I write ip deep dejection
And so a package I musthave
Of Parks Tea for my complexion
Gresham Answer to Queen Lil
When 1 received your cablegram
I thought I sure would faint
For though I often use Parks Tea
Tie not for your complaint
I feared that Mrs G would think
Wrong about our connection
Till on her dresser there I aw
Parks Tea for her complexion
Smnnt Ttrns company
1S94
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AND
Removing Garbage of all kinds
All Work Promptly Attended to
Gardening and Lawn Ma dng
Will Contract to care for gardens ana
make Lawns
LawnsJ W OABTIEB Manager
P O Addret noral Delivery Prno
R1ii 8lltOFM8
Fair tas
CIVEN AWAY
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The Sf Lollis ROD Uotie
THN PORTFOLIOS OF WORLDS
1 FAIR VIEWS each Portfolio con
taining 6 views and each view accu
rately described Views of the Main
Buildings State Buildings the Mid
way Views of Statuary etc
These ten Portfolios will be given
without cost to any one who will send
five new yearly subscribers to THE
TWICEAWBEK REPUBLIC with 500
the regular subscription price Address
THE EEPUBLIC Louis Mp
THE DENVER
AND
Mo ilcI1eRi11oM
SCENIC LINE OF THE JORLD
The only line running two through
ast trains daily to
ASPEN
LEADVILLE
COLORADO SPb
PUEBLO DENVER
Effective April 29 1894
Train No2 leaves Provo 926 a m
Salt Lake 805 a m Arrive at Pueblo
630 a m Colorado Springs 751 a m
Denver 1030 a m
Train No 4uleaves Provo 935 p m
Arrive at Pueblo 625 p m Colorado
Springs 800 p m Denver 1030 p m
Connections made at Pueblo Colo
rado Springs and Denver with all lines
east Elegant day Coaches chair cars
and Pullman 1eepers on all trains
Take the D E G and have a com
fortable train and enjoy the finest scen
ery on the continent Shortest line to
Cripple Creek Colorados Great Gold
Camp
Train 02 leaving Provo at 926 a
m arrives at Cripple Creek next morn
ing 950
A 8 HUGHES Traffic Manager Denver Col
B li NEVINS General Agent
HM OUSHING T P A58 > V 2nd South St
Bait Lake City Utah
9 K flOOPBB O p r T A Denvor Col
BLOM NUHSERI t
Provo City Box 39
The on ly holder of a gold medal In
Utah Awarded at the Territorial
Fair 1891
Florist and Landscape Gard
ner All kinds of Fruits and Orn
ments m season Japanese Chinese
and Australian rare plants
Roses and Evergreens A
Specialty Lawn Grass seed extra
clear
Mail all orders to
C H Blomsterberg
437 West 3d street
First National BanK
OF PROVO
A 0 SMOOT President
W R PIKE VicePresident
D A SWAN Cashier
DIRECTORS
J C GRAHAM GEO Q CANNON
GEO TAYLOR J p R JOHNSON
EF SHELTS
General Banking business
Transacted
Exchange drawn on New York Chl
cago San Francisco and aT tho
Principal Cities of Europe
8affttv deposit boxes for rent at3 per
annnno and nnward
LEAVE PKOVOFOR EAST AND SOUTH
No 2 for Grand Junction and
points Easl 926 a In
No4 For Grand Junction and
points East 035pm
No 6 For Sprlngvllle Thistle San
pete and Sevler 355 pra
No8 For Springvllle Spanish
Fork Payson and Eureka 6SO pm
LEAVE PROVO FOB WEST
No1 For Salt LakeOgdenAmFork
Lohl and the West 1155 a ia
No 3 For Salt Lake Ogdon American
aiidOl rr
can Fork and Lob and the
West 1017pm
No 5 For American Fork LehL and
Salt Lake 415 pm
No7 For American Fork Laid and
Salt Lake 883 sm
ARRIVE AT PROVO FROM EAS1 AND
SOUTh
No 1 From Denver Grand Junction
nnri rinlnfra TJToat 11 KK
No 3 From DenverGrand Junction
andpolnta East 1017p
No 6 FromSpringvllleThlBtle San
petoand SeVlerW pn
No7 From Sprlngvllle Spanish Fk
Pay son and Eureka 835 a m
ARRIVE AT PROVO FROM WEST <
No 3 From California Ogden Salt
Lake Lohl and Am Fork 92ft a > m
No4 From California Ogden and ° u
Salt Lake ff35pin
No6 From Salt Lake Lohl and
American Fork SUpm
No8 From Salt Lake Lou and P
merican Fork 620 pm
L The only line to ogden and Denver without
change Free reclining chair cars on through
trains Through Sleeping cars to Denver
Kansas city Chicago and ban Franoiaoo Ele
gant equipment safety speed and comfort
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O B ALBT Ticket AK PrOTo
D C Dodge J H Bennett
Gen Mgr GP A
A S Welby HBabcock
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