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THE DAILY CAlliJ BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOIiMNG, SEPTEMBER
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TKE fCI... IN SLEEriSG.
Elnc'd tli n-.-d tij Toward tlw North
t.r Any Qikt I : of th Compass?
Si'i'kln,' iiif.tniiirion tlio :il!i'i'(l
dimvn v 1 Huron Ui-ieheubncli. of
(it rru.iny. i'i,:it Iuiukui ht'iiith is tiro
niott'.l li'v s't't'tiliiL: with the feet to the
iMjiiiitor iuiil ti'V' V" ) ! i".' "trim in thn
noodle to tliii P'il'." :i reporter found
Dr. J. S. Wright, Professor of Operative
nml Clitm,.".l Sm-cry in tut.' Lotitf l.-liinil
"Have, you pai'l any intention to tin'
subject of sicc'iiinyr wui tun lotit to uio
ecii:i;or as a nutans of promoting
htinllii?" was asked.
"When I was a yotmcr man," tho
doctor replied, huii.nir. "I rt'ail snnie
tiling on tlie siii'j''ct, and arranged my
bed tliat way for a short time, and I im
twined I was bonclited,"
"And did yon eniitiinio Urn pnietioo?"
"No; I came. In the conclusion Unit
the benefit was imaginary, and I never
thought it ueces.sarv to try it with my
"Do you know of any medical treat
jso on the subject?''
"I do not. 1 am sum it is never
treated in medical lectures, and I never
heard it dscussed in any scientific
"Did you ever know of tiny hospital
where any attention was paid to that
theory in the arrangement of the
"Never. I have always seen the
beds arranged according to the conven
ience of the room. They point to all
points of the compass."
"Has the subject of the placing of
the bed ever been considered, so far u
you know, from u scientific stand
point?'' "Not at ull; the very foundation of
scientrlio discussion is lucking. There is
no data, no careful record of experi
ence that can be toted, compared and
analyzed. Nor do I see how it could
be possible. It would be necessary to
seuuio a number of patients in precise
ly the saints conditions both as to per
sonal peculiarities and surrounding.
If there be any icntitie truth in the
theory it must of ties.,jl v i,0 Ml(., tiKlt
experiments could be repc..J mi 1 r"
"Hut vou yourself imagined o..
were benefited', and others have like
wise conn; to the sameconclusiou."
"True; but i-ol.ued ca-.es of that
I'ntil I cet tnor
evi U'tici' I -ill 1 in' "r'i l" tuluk tie'
Misiiii'ii ot ti;e lied has very if any in
fluence upon healih."
"May i hero not be some truth in the
KtiJi'.oiion that the direction of the
body may have an important relation to
the circulation of the blood; that the
wort position is east and west, and that
the magnetic current running north and
pouth indicates the way our bodies
otl.'ht to lie in sleep?"
"There may be truth in it, hut 1 do
not know that there is. 1 think I tirst
read of it in the writings of Andrew
Jackson Davis, the author of 'Divine
Revelations.' I have a recollection
that there was something said about the
influence of 'od'.c force.' Hut as yet, I
h ive no proof tint there is such a' cur
rent, or that it has any effect upon a
man's body, or that it would not do a
man quite as much jrood if it were to
0 through him sidewavs. On all these
points science is silent.''
Dr. MeCorkle, Professor of Materia
Meitica and Therapeutics in the Lonj
Island College Hospital, was interviewed
through the telephone, and he said In
knew of no medical literature on tin
hubji'ct: that Ir: believed the theory if
placing ti.e bed north and south "wa
imre hel.i vcd in by W:e luiety than bv
the medical profession; that hu had
never tr.etl it himself, seen it tried In
anybody, nor heard that it had beee
tried in any ho-pital.
Mr. .Merzbaeii. of the same hospital,
said tu:.t I e had heard of the theory
M.'vei nl :ii-s n;ro, and, out of curiosity,
had jilaeed his bed in that position, hut
he had not found that he derived anv
ndva ita-,: from it. U had observed
that v. i en hi. luv uncomfortably his
leep was disturbed, whichever way the
bod was placed. IU had served in
hospitals in (butnitiv, and he never
knew that any attention uas paid, either
in them or any other hospitals, to the
position of the bed.
Another physu-ian said: "Tnis is not
so silly a it nii-ht at first seem. I
have seen son,,, r-ult, in mv own
practice that tni-ht be aitriliiited to
this cau.,e. l'os,ii;iv M,ni0 ,,,,,,,.
would be all'eeted more than other-,
and some would not be all'eeted (lt ul).
It would be an cay tnin to note the
relative healthfulne,s f ;S1M w1(!.(1
the beds are arranged in the wav indi
catod. Whtsre Iiousch face east nn,
west the beds are probably placed north
and south. A very little attention to
the subject nielli bring out valuable
A venerable physician said: "Mv
opinion is that it is a piece of nonsense
worthy of some superstitious old Judy.
I would rank it with fortiino-telling arid
table-tipping. Some people believe in
them, fsome people derive benefit from
having charms about their persons, anil
thero is no particular harm in their
wearing thorn if they neo lit. I have
heard of a man who enrried a horse
chestnut In his pocket as a preventive
of hemorrhoids. Ho declared that
whenever he lost his horse-chestnut the
disease returned. Kct I never heard of
any physician piescribiiig that mode of
treatment for hemorrhoid-'. There is
no end to the cures that ua I e v rl.e l
by imagination. Hulwer h.is oil' mi.
thought capitally when he makes l'i i
gitratus Caxton sny: 'A .s:dVr.ju lv
worn at the pit of the stomach is a
great cure. Oh, foolish boy. it is mil
the safl'ron liaj;. but the belief in lie
saffron bag. Apply belief t" the center
of the nerves ami all will be well. So
I say that, this bed theory is a sort of a
r.dtt'ron bag. While I am of the opinion
that it is nonsense, and oM women's,
cackle and empiric drivel. I have, no
doubt people may honestly believe in it
and bear testimony to its worth. So
thev do in all sorts of nostrums. Then
never was ono offered for sale that did
not have a Ions line of respectable rec
ommendations tacked to it. The
known phenomena of electricity are so
wonderful that it is not at all dillicult to
believe almost anything new that may
bo said about its powers. Here is a
force that was ouly a scientific toy a
few years ago that' is now ctrrying; our
niess'ages, lighting our house and
running lijrht machinery. Is it any
wonder that people not very credulous
should believe that this wonderful force
can either euro them or prevent their
getting sick? Of all deluded persons
the hypochondriac is the most gullible
and the quickest to try experiments.
Now, this bed busiuess is easily tried;
it does not cost any money. It will do
nbout as much good as a iltwe of sweet
ened water, such as a doctor often gives
to people who thiuk they must have
somethiug when they don't need any
thin";." "Then you would not advise people
to trv the new plan?"
"Well, I would advise tin's as a means
of securing sound sleep: Keep the body
perfectly clean. Do not over-load the
stomach', but eat moderately of whole
some food. Dros appropriately to the
weather. Avoid over-exertion, but go
to bed tired, without deranging the
stomach with drinks of any kind.
Have a srood hair mattress, with a low
hair pillow. Lie on your right side with
your mouth closed. Then, if your
mind bo not disturbed by busiuess or
other troubles, if yon have the head of
your bed tti the north, you will sleep
well. Vou may attribute your sound
sleep to the -position of the bed, but I
should say the other circumstances have
much the' most effect. It is nut unlikely
that a man who has drunk be r and
whisky all day, and vaten enough for a
horse, and been lectured by his wife,
who goes to sleep with his mouth open,
lies uncomfortably and snores loud
euou.;li to wake all the neighbors,
should say that sleeples ne-s comes
froru. having his bed lie east and west.
I rather think it is of n.ore cous.-iiu.riee
how men lie than how beds lie." Act
Dors ths Day Eecoma Loug -r?
It is well known that Prof. U. Dar
win has associated what may be regard
ed as a now theory of cosmical evolu
tion with tic "-vidual retardation of the
earth's rotation spin, and consequent
lengthening of the day. Mr. h. None,
formerly chief assistant at Greenwich,
aud uow the head of the HadelilVe ob
servatory, Oxford, has just published
some calculations, which, though they
do not actually disprove the change in
the earth's rotation rate, throw grave
J"iibt on the only direct evidence ever
reeogtu, in H-s f,1V(jr Wh,.n j,
found that n . . , (ables. lo not
accord wuhlheevi...-.,... ,.f;n fi
moon s movements derived eittiPi . ..
actual olwervation or from the study of
ancient eclipses, it was suggested in ex
planation of the discrepancy (corres
ponding to an apparent gain of the
moon on her calculated place) that it
may be apparent only, and due to the
change of the rate of going of our great
terrestrial timepiece, the earth, by
which, of cour.se, we time the moon's
movements. Delanay showed that,
owing to the movement of the tidal
wave in a direction opposite to that of
the earth's rotation, the rotation rate
must diminish, though very slowly. Sir
George Airy, going through the same
process of inquiry, obtained at first a
negative result, but later recognized tho
existence of certain terms indicating a
retardation. Since then it has been re
trarded as an accepted doctrine that the
length of tho day must gradually in
crease until tho day is as long as the
lunar mouth. Nay,' Prof. Hall, astron
omer royal for Ireland, goes further
than this, and considers that tho solar
title must eventually lengthen the day
till it is equal to the year, overlooking,
apparently, tho fact that the lunar ac
tion will prevent any increase beyond
the length of a lunar month. Hut Mr.
Stone has found reason for believing
that the discordance between theory
and observation which has been thrown
on tho earth's rotation, does not exist,
o that "so far as we know at present,
the time of the earth's rotation is eon
tant." If his calculation should bo
confirmed it would not prove that there
is no retardation of tho earth s rotation,
but that tho length of tho day is chang
ing much more slowly than had been
supposed too slowly, in fact, to be
recognizee:. VonUmpornry liectcu).
Wigs for Wcmin.
A wigmakcr talked nie into a secret
tho other day. It was becoming fash
ionable, ho said, for women to wear
wigs. Wigs are not worn to cover up
haldness.or because the hair is thin, but
to savo trouble and as a precaution
against accident. A woman who h,v
straight hair is just now out of fashion
as far as her head goes. Shu hum
crimp her hair ami paste if into little
waves and pull's around her forehead
aud down the sides of her head, This
requires great care, and b mcs bur
densome after a time, ltcsidcs hair that
is not inclined to curl at all is apt to
defy crimping pins and pomade and
straighten out at nu Inopportune mo
tnent. The wlgtnaker, therefore, has
come to the rescue of women so unfor
tunate nn to have rebellious hair. He
makes wig, that may be worn on the
front of the head, between the llneof the
forehead and the crown. The false hail
Is crimped ami never Uraightens out.
V riuTl n" K''r! WCMl ,m,'k " ''ba
North Carolina dogci narued (.'omioi t
uimitted mndde by swaUtiwi,,, R
imper of pins. It may be ho found some
;oinfort n pinning his grief to the j.
Iig of his stomach. Some people, are
toft enough to make a pin cushiuu 0f.
Cure that Cold.
Do not tulli'r your lunu'i to bcromo dltt'fttoil by
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the victim) of Comminution, by limply ucglectlug
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1 the heat ealve for eule. brulaea, tore, ulceri,
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Dr.Mott's Liver Tills.
Ihete pills have never been advertised very
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A vigorous growth of hair is promoted
snd the youthful color restored by apply
ing Parkir's Htiir Halsam.
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Are you disturbed at night and broken
ot your rest by a sick child Buffering and
cryiug with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
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is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
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Mk.nsmas's 1'eptoxized Beek Tonic, the
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Mr. A. Speer, of New Jersey, ono of the
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A Good Investment.
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brought home a bottle of Parkers Ginger
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and cured In r neuralgia and baby's dysen
tery hhe thought it a good investment.
N. V. Times.
To 'I III! Wl'Nf.
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Pullman Palace Sleeping Cms of the very
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four years old.
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liidependent in all
DELIVERED BV CARRIER. 25 CENTS PER WEEK.
$13.00 PER YEAR, 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT IF PAID
YEARLY IN ADVANCE. BY MAIL, ft. 00 PER MONTH,
10 00 PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
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Alatter and Local
TERMS BY MAIL:
ss.oo p:er year
Always in Advance, r No Paper.
Neutral in Notli'