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ttt9v ANDREWS A. CO.
b Miiliiiruii Av. 2S7, jsy k. WuU.tr-1
A Ltcttimr's Expi'rieuco.
Arcliili.'iltl l-'iiflic-i. Him u;ir tonr.s
pondcnt, fiirnMirs i!m' dntiri witli
Kouip (itld x piM'ifiici's nf Iisn while lir
turinjr in (irc.-ii Britain tun! tliis ciniri
fry. Auiiii'!ii t' in (ire;.! Mrit.iin, lie
h:ivm, nro very leiniiislniliw. :ii!;tiii!
inr all through unci in places wlim1 it
makes niie wninler w !i;it there i-i ti be
demonstrative iiUnit; luit American au
diences am huh li more w-lf-resl rained
ornl critical. (':in:t'li:ui lunlieiices are
6uper-loyal. While, ilesi Tilling in a lec
ture Uip illness of Die l'riin;e of Wales
nnd the Queen -st rolling: up ami down
in front of tlip house, a trill, gaunt litire
arose and, pointing at him h lonjr lin
ger, said: "Stop." Then facing tlm
audience., lie exclaimed: "Ladies and
gentlemen! This loyal audience will
Dow sin" Cod savH the Queen,'" which
they diiPaml Forbes went on with his
lecture. At its close, and while the.
motion of a vote of thanks was. as usu
al, beitifr put to the audience, the sumo
figure moved an amendment which was
that "the lecturer l u reiue.sled to re
peat the portion of the lecture referring
to our gracious sovereign." And re
peat itlnMlid. Several years ago Fol lies
interviewed a nailor who had sidisi.vted
on the bodies of some of his comrades
who had with liini.-elf been cast away at
sea by the burning of their ship. At
Dundee some time after a man met him
after his lecture, and. asking the lec
turer if lie remembered him, which
Forbes was forced to deny, he said in a
hollow, gloomy voice: "Jlon, I'm the
cannibal?" One of Forbes' chairmen,
Laving got mixed about the lecture, list,
introduced him uh Charles i'radlaugh,
the celebrated free thinker ami orator."
He added that the audience might not
agree" with all the lecturer might utter,
but he thought he could promise him
from a New Kugland audience a patient
and attentive hearing. Forbes advises
lecturers starting out with a cfiuie lec
ture, of whose success they are not sure,
to secure a sleepy-headed chairman.
Onco in one of his most pathetic pas
sages, w hen nu n should have wept and
women fainted, the audience began to
guffaw. He turned to the ( 'hairnian for
protection, when, Ix-holil, that worthy
was sound asleep and snoring loudly.
Forbes woke him up midst the shrieks
of the audience and continued nil
through his lecture to enliven and re
lievo them by puking the sleepy man
up, who fell oil' again almost immedi
ately when left alone.
Iiow to JuJa Meat.
Beef should lie (if a bright red color,
well streaked with yellow fat, and sur
rounded with a thick outside. Iaer of
fat (iood mutton is bright red, with
plenty of hard, white fat. Veal and
pork -should In- of a bright floh color,
with an abundance of hard, while, semi
transparent fat. Lamb of the hot kind
lias delicate rosy meat, nnd white, al
most transparent fat. Frc.h poultry
may bo known by its full, bright eye.-i,
pliable feet ami moist skin; tint best is
plump, fat and nearly while. The feet
and neck of a chicken suitable for broil
ing are large in proportion to its size;
the tip of the breast-hone is soft and eas
ily bent betweeu the liiigt rs. Fish when
fresh, have firm flesh, bright clear eyes,
rigid fins and ruddy gills. Lobsters ami
crabs must be bright in color and lively
in movement. Koot.s and tubers must
be plump, eveii-sicd. with fre-di, un
Ehri relied skins, and are good from ri
jieniuglimo until they begin to sprout.
All green vegetables should he verj
crisp, fresh and juicy, and are best ju.si
before flowering. Never it c skewer.-,
as they cause the meat juice.-, to e-c:ipt,
Never touch lettuce with a Unite, as h
Impairs the flavor ami destroys lht
crispness uf the leaf; always tear it,
apart with the lingers.
.... . i
Stanley seems to be making a success
of his expedition across equatorial Afri
ca. He started up the Congo river,
moving from the west eiia.it cxslward,
in the fall of 187'J; and a dispatch by
way of Paris announce that ho is weil
advanced on bis road to the other side
of the continent. This expedition is in
many respects tho most important that
Los over been undertaken, as iUpurpo.su
is mainly commercial; and it is hoped
to open the vast interior of Central Afri
ca to th trade of the world. Slunli y U
not traveling nn altogether unknown
path. Livingstone and Cameron and
titanlcy himself, have been over a good
deal of the ground, and he has tlm ad
vantage of previous discoveries in iuai.
pins out his course. Ueforo the clo.,e
of tho year ho ought to emer-e upon
the cast coast and bring with 'liim full
information as to what are tlm p;()t,peeu
f bringing tho region into comiuorciul
relations with civilised natmua.
To worry about any Liver, K idney or Uri
nary Trouble, especially llright's Disease or
Diabetes, as Hop Uittersn never fails of acuru
where a cure is possible. We know this.
Licking an Elder,
One summer in the years agono whilo
a camp meeting was in progress in
Katon County, says the Detroit Fre
l'rats, them arrived on tho grounds a
bully named Miller, who had made a
vow to lick Fldor Johnson and break up
tho wholo business. Tho Fhler heard
the news with calm composure, and as
soon ivs at liberty, he hunted npa world
ly friend of his own and asked:
"Friend Smith, didn't you used to
fight in vour younger days?"
"Ah! Fddcr, I have had many a turn
with tho boys."
"And what is tho etl'ect of a sudden
blow between the eyes?"
"It astonishes and humbles."
"Is there any clanger of killing a man
by such a blow ?"
"Never knew a case of it,"
The Klder went his way with a sereno
(-mile on his face. Miller had his coat
oil' and was hunting for him, and they
met face to face as they turned a wagon.
Miller started to crack his heels and
crow, but lie never finished. The Klder
took him ono square between tho look
ers without slopping his pace, and it
took twelve rowdies, three dippers of
water and two quarts of whisky to re
vive the patient and get him off tho
grounds. One day, a year afterwards,
no met tho Klder and seriously asked:
"Elder, some of the hoys say I was
kicked by a horse, and ot hers stick to it
that I was struck by lightning, but I've
always had a suspicion that you hit mo
with a provision stand. How was it,
For The Ilullctlii:
DU. WOLFE'S COMMON SENSE.
1 E1TEU NO. XVI.
In assuming the fallacy of the usual treat
ment, and the entire curability of asthma
by Inhalation, it is not our intention to
claim any wonderful knowledge or miracu
lous hkill, but merely to explain the grounds
and results upon which we base this opin
ion. . Experience has abundantly proved
that we can not send remedies through the
stomach and general system that will exert
a beneficent local influence on the lungs.
Where a fact has become ho indubitably
established by the trials and testimony of
ages, it is unwise and unprofitable to dis
pute it. Ami this fact is clearly establish
ed, not only with reference to asthma, but
it applies with equal force to every disease
that can be reached by local medication.
Affections of tho eye, of tho throat, of the
hkin, the bowels, ami stomach, are all treat
ed with great success by the direct ap
plications of washes, ointments, injections,
mixtures, etc. Now, analogy is clearly in
favor of applying the same principle to the
treatment of all diseases of the lungs, and
especially of asthma, an affection we have
bIiowii to be purely local, both in its cause
ami effect. If wo had no facts, re might
roasou from the nature of thiBdisease alone,
with great force in favor of a local treat
ment. Hut is not the analogy placed be
yond all question by well known facts re
garding the beneficial action of medicine
in this disease? Has not the little relief
obtained from tho old custom of burning
"saltpeter paper," or "smoking stramo
nium," and the more recent employment ol
'ether" and "chloroform" during the par
oxysm, been illustrative of the power of in
haled remedies to control, if not cure, the
disease? And though these can only be re
garded as partial in their application, and
limited in their usefulness to affording re
lief during the fit, the relief they have given
overbalances the benefit obtained from all
other sources. Now, if this bo true of the
inhalation of these simple palliatives, you
can readily understand how prompt and
radical must prove a'thorough and judic
ious treatment by Inhalation under tho
care of a physician practically acquainted
with action of inhaled remedies, ami who
directs his efforts not merely to relax the
spasms, but to subdue tho morbid sensibility
of tho pulmonary nerves.
It has become the practico of medical
meu to pronounce all alleged cures of con
sumption as cases of chronic bronchi! only.
Though such a view is wholly erroneous,
let us accept it, to save argument. What
is asthma, in tho great majority of cases,
but bronchiMs, attended by spasms of the
air-cells? The same condition without
paroxysms wo call bronchitis dry or
humid, as the case may be but with par
oxysms, asthma. If inhalation is suflicient
to cure bronchitis when so inveterate as to
resemble consumption, it must surely bo
suflicient to cure asthma in all cases do.
pending on simple bronchitis. Again, in
asthma arising from mot bid sensibility of
the pulmonary nerves, soothing and tonic
inhalations will cure it entirely.
Of purely spasmodic or nervous asthma,
there are very few cases that do not admit
of radical cure. This narrows tho Incura
ble cases ilowu to those old and inveteiato
emphysemas which depend on structural
changes. Tho lunc,s in theso cases can be
so invigorated by proper inhalants as to
render them but little susccptihlo to those
influences which bring on tho fit, thereby
saving the patient from the suffering of re
peated attacks, and rendering life com
The length of timo needed to change
the condition of tho lungs, on which em
physematous asthma depends, is necessarily
greater than to simply arrest a paroxysm.
Homo forms of asthma oro often radically
removed in the brief space of a few weeks.
I5ut others that have become inveterate by
require nioro persistent treatment bo
fore the case is well CbtablUbed.
(iAIKO lWI.UiTIN: THURSDAY MORNINtl, JUNK
Except in those aggravated forms of dis
ease in which tho air-cells and bronchia
tubes are already disorganized and destroy
ed, euro is almost certain to follow a steady
and proper use of remedies by inhalation
Asthma ia almost wholly a functional din
ltut while asthma is so certainly curable,
and so promptly responds to a proper
treatment, encouraging us almost from the
outset by relief and improvement, there is
not, m the whole catalogue of ills to which
we are liable, one which requires a more
determined and pcrsovurving employment
of means to attain the desired end. To rad
ical ly uproot an Inveterate asthma, in a con
stitution morbidly susceptible to every in
jurious influence, necessarily requires time
We are tho more particular hi euforcing
this to save those suffering from asthma
from being over sanguine of rapid cure, and
to dissuade them from the folly of regard
ing themselves as cured as soon as they are
relieved. We would not have them beuin
treatment with hopes which in tho very mi
ture of the disease can not bo realized.
Tho bassis upon w hich this mode of treat
mcnt mainly rests may be explained in a
few words. The air wo breathe is more
immediately concerned in tho production
of disease than any other influence to which
we are expesed; ami as it is subject to
change in its temperature, its density, its
electrical condition, ami its purity, snare
our feelings and our health affected by ev
cry such change, being impressed locally
upon the internal surface of the entire re
In the past, the physician in attendance
upon consumption and asthma has done
little more than silently contemplate miser
ies, which he had no power to relieve. Let
us hope a lifo of greater activity will bo
opened to him by the success which has at
tended a more rational application of med
icine to the cure of pulmonary diseases.
Once practically acquainted with Inhala
tion, he will discover how very possible it
is to retard progress in tho healing art by
an inveterate adherence to the follies of our
N. II. W.UKK, 51. I).
146 Smith St., Ciuciunat, O.
Dr. Wolf may be consulted by letter free
of charge, by any onu suffering with dis
ease of the nose, throat or lungi. Address
above. Office consultation free.
A I'liysii'itui'H Testimony.
In the treatment of lung and bronchial
diseases the liver is often implicated to
such an extent that a hepatic remedy be
comes necessary in effecting a cure of the
lungs. In tho treatment of such cases I
prescribe Simmons Liver Regulator with
entire satisfaction. I timi that it acts mild
ly but effectually in regulating the secre
tions of the liver, stomach and bowels.
I. L. Stki'iiknso.v, M. I).,
Evils to be Avoided,
Over-eating is in one sense as proguctivo
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Ry tho use of Fellows' Syrup of Hypo
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A Cough. Cold or Sore Tlmmt
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suinptioii. lirown's Bronchial Troches do
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