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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1883.
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yon need. nr.-Ojic
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for thf r of NorTOu and Phtoa. Debllltj, Lot
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bt trail it diafrrdm brouf hi b? overwork IftrU
trtUoatt tit prcnptiona (or Catarrh, Scrofula, to,
A anpr of ibM work MDt by mall, rMj Hal4, Iraa, wj
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The Daily Bulletin.
WHAT PARALYSIS IS.
Interesting and Profitab'e Medical Read
ing for Non-Medical People.
So common lut" li'tnio thfl ooi-ur-rence
of paralysis in recent year that
nmny use tho word for n sltiu"; expres
sion; but for nil that, it is probable
that a vast majority of tho people who
think nt all of pnnilysi.s reckon that it
is a disease of itself. Thatsomo niedi
cal men so repaid this condition is
plain from the met that deaths are fre
quently certified to liavo been caused
by it. The incorrectness of this notion
will, however, be plain when the con
ditions which gives rise to paralysis are
clearly set forth, and this we now pro
pose. A carpenter, blacksmith, or sonio
mechanic whose business requires him
to wield ft hammer, finds some morning
that he is unable to raise his hammer
arm; or perhaps while at work the
man suddenly feels his arm become
numb and weak, it falls to his side, and
he is no longer able to work. Tho
doctor to whom the man applies says:
"A brachial monoplegia from muscle
tire," which means simply that the
man has overwrought his hammer
arm, and it needs rest. To these cases
the very appropriate name of "arti
sans' palsy, is given. Again, a poor
blooded, nervously-constructed person,
most likely a woman, meets with a
groat shock, or has to endure an unu
sual and prolonged mental or physical
efl'ort. Soon and perhaps without
warning, tho individual loses the uso
of some.partof the body, often of the
vocal apparatus, and the patient is un
able to speak above a whisper. Tho
doctor says "hysterical paralysis," or
"hysterical aphonia," loss of voice.
Now just how this conies about we
fancy it would puzzle the most learned
doctor to say. Concerning this condi
tion, however, as well as the one be
fore mentioned, this much is known,
viz.: That by appropriate treatment
, they recover pertcctly and promptly,
very good evidence that no part of the
nervous apparatus is broken. The
faith cures reported from time to lime
are probably cases of the kind last
It sometimes happens that an intoxi
cated person will fall asleep with the
head resting upon an arm or with the
arm hanging over a chair back. When
the person wakens the arm is numb; it
tingles'" and is paralyzed -another
"brachial monoplegia," but really
pressure upon the trunks of the nerves
which supply the di.-ablod member has
alVocted those nerves so that they are
unable to perform (heir usual duly.
The nerves which go out from the
"brain and spinal cord to the extremi
ties are quite comparable to the wires
which are stretched from place to
place for electric communication, and
pressure, upuii one section of those
nerves produces results very like those
which follow an interference with the
wire. The case jut. given illustrates
very well a large number of cases of
palsy from pressure, for pressure upon
the oruin or spinal cord or tbo nerves
which have their exit thcretroin will
produce a palsy wlioe extent will de
pend upon the 'extent of (lie pressure,
and whose durability will depend upon
the chances for removing the pressure.
Pressure upon the nerves w hich supply
one side of the face produces a very
characteristic paralysis, and one that
causes many laughable mistakes on
the part of the tyros and non-professional
people by llieir attempt to detect
the allected side. Pressure upon (lie
brain or spinal cord i. mostly due to
the presence of tumors, to fractures id
the skull or bones of which the back
bone is formed, and to blood clots
within llie skull or spinal canal. Pa
tients who ret-over from diphtheria,
scarlet fever ami some other acute
sicknesses are frequently parah.cd in
some part. These cases generally re
cover by appropriate treatment, and it
is quite probable thai many ease.- would
recover spontaneously. The remarks
before iii.'tcle concerning certain en-.es
which recover will apply equally to the
esses just nimicil.
People who work in lead are liable
lo a peculiar form of paralysis, which
is first seen, as a rule, in the muscles
of tlit! forearm, on account of which
the patient is unable to extend the
hand upon the arm. At times the
whole muscular system is involved.
Change of occupation and the use of
remedies which will assist the elimina
tion of (he mineral from tin; system is
llie proper course for such patients.
Analagous forms of paralysis are
caused by arsenic ami mercury, prob
ably by their action upon the nerve
structure of the spinal cord. Woorara,
the Indian arrow poison, will also pro
duce paralysis if introduced into the
system in sufficient quantities. The
paralyzing efi'cct of large doses of al
cohol is well known. Certain condi
tions of the circulatory apparatus pre
dispose tt) extensive and often incurable
paralysis. The arteries are elastic
tubes. I5y age, hard work, care and
the prolonged use of alcoholic drinks
these tubes lose their elasticity and be
come brittle, liy some event which
determines an unusual quantity of
blood in the brain one of these now in
elastic tubes is broken, the poured-out
blood clots, as before mentioned, and
a paralysis immediately follows.
Owing to certain systematic condi
tions fibrin, a substance normally sus
pended in the blood, lodges upon tho
flood-gates valves of the heart.
Presently a part of this matter is dis
lodged and washed away into the
.blood; perchance it reaches an artery
in tho brain which will not permit it to
puss. This at once cuts oil the blood
supply from a part of the brain, one of
'he immediate symptoms of which is
palsy of the part of the body which
receives Us nervous mpplv from that
portion of the brain. These paralyses
are usually extensive, and nre'nnt
readily distinguishable from u,s,.
Tho presence of worms in the bowels
of children is believed to cause paraly
sis in some cases. Sn. h cases being
due U a known removable cause rc
described us rellex paralysis. These
art! not seen alone in chi.dreu, but iu
adult as well. Pinnlly, change in the
structure of the brain' or spinal cord
produces paralysis, varying in extent
with the extent of nerve structure in
volved. Such paralyses are especially
obstinate to those of advanced years.
Change of structure in the spinal cord
usually produces disability of the legs.
'ovv, ' these are the most common
causes of paralysis, ami, from what
has been said, it will be observed that
imralysis is not a disease of itself.
Neither is it always incurable.
He Pulled the Cord.
"Who's Johnny Walker? Why,
Johnny's the worst, or tho best engin
eer that ever pulled a lever, llo's th'
only man old Van'erbil' ever pulled a
bell cord on."
"How was that?" somebody asked.
"Why, vou see," was the reply,
"Van'erbil' and a gang of big uuscomo
down from Leadville. .Johnny was on
tho engine, and he heard ole Van likes
fast travclin'. So he said to some of
the boys, 'I'll make his hair lift his
hat,' an' he did, too. He slung her way
back, an' he pulled her wide open, nn
she Hew. I was on the train, and it
kept me mightv full of business to stay
on. We dashed down through the can
von and aroun' every curve without a
snide slowing up; an' there tho tw
York fellar sat, hangin' ontur the win
dow frame with one hand an holdin
to the seat with t'other. They were
go'in forty miles an hour, aroun the
curves an through tho close places it
looked like thev were going a hundred.
The ole man couldn't stan' it. He let
go his hold on the seat long enough to
ferk the boll cord so hard he almost
cracked the bell. The train came to a
stop and the engineer was sent for.
.lolmnv grinned ami went back. Then
Vau'erbir asked him what he was goin
so fast fur, an' Johnny said he wasn't
goin' only about fifty miles an hour!
ami said that was the way wo allu?
went down the canyon. Th' ole man
said, Well, please go a little slowtr this
time, 'cause me ami my friends want
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the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Jul
9, 1877, tntler Act of Congress.
JAS. 8. McGAHEY Presldenl
.. H. KOUIN'SON 1st Vice-President
M. PHILLIPS Jud Vice-President
3. A. UOLoSTINE Treasuror
W. 11. MAKKATt 1 u .. , .
J S PFTRIF f Medical Advisers
THOMAS l.KWIS Secretary
ED. II. WHITE ...Aslstnt Secrctajy
Wm F.iyTCHEIl. I..S THOMAS,
W. CTOCELYN, F. VINCENT,
WILL T. KErmi'KS.
IIOAKU OF MANAGERS:
J. A. lioldHtlnc.offloldstinc it limm water, whole
sale and retail dry good, etc.; .lax. s. McOshcy
lutnbur dealer ; Wm. K. I'ltrher, general aeent;
Albert LhwIs, dealer in flour and grain; L. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; Jlorws Phillips, con ractor
and builder; II. A. Chumblcy, grocer: Tbos.
Lewis, secretary and attorney-at-law; V. II.
Marean, lUmiepathlc physician: II. Ha tier, of
fattier Hon. grocers; K, II. llnlrd, strcei super
Tieor; lid II. White, ass't sec. W. i o. M. A. 80
cieiy; , I. W. Spier, lumber aud saw. mill; K. L.
Gernlgon, barber; E. B. Dietrich, clerk W., St. L.
P. R. K.; M. Kobler. merchant tailor; Jeff M.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window shades ; .1.
E. English, contractor and builder; WtHT. Bed
burn, of Morse A Redhurn, cigar manufacturers;
F. Vincent, dealer In lime and cement; I. A.
Phelps, photographer; W.C. Jocelvn. dentist; 8
11. Tabor, mfg. Jeweler; .1. H. Kohinson, J. P. and
notary public; J. 8. Peine, phyalcisn; U. W.
Bonwlck, Insurance agent; E. E. Jarhoe. foreman
bt. (ias mains, aud K K. W'alhrtdgo, lumber and
saw. mill, of !alro; H. Lelghton, cashier Nal.
Dank, Stuart, Iowa; Ha v. P. A. Wilkersoti, Pryors
O'K. Ky. J. W. Tarry, physician. Fulton, Ky.
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loon train irom cairo arrives iu new a or uuuj
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ut other route,
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Mail 5:55 a.m. I Mall 9:10 p.m.
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cordingly. WM. M. MURPHY. P. M.
QEORGE H. LEACH, M.D.
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OHUCK On 14th street, opposite the Post
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VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
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OFflCB ElKhth Street, near Comn ercla! Aventie
R. E W. WUITLOCK,
Ornoi No. 138 Commercial Avenue, between
Cifbf i and Nlutb Streets
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICF. BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
TACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar I.oadR a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
gHE RIFF'S SALE.
By vittno of an execution Issued ont of the
clerk's otllce ofthccltcuit court of Alexander coan
ty and statu of Illinois, and to me directed, where
by I sm commanded to make the amount of a cer
tain Judgment recently obtained against nenry
Ilunsaker before A Comities, Esq., police magis
trate in and fo- the city of Cairo Ir said county and
state id favor of Jacob Burger, out of the lands,
tenements, goods snd chattels of tho said Benry
Uunsakor, I have levied on the following de
scribed property, to-wtt; Lot numbered six (6), in
block numbered two (2), in the town of Sandusky,
In the county of Alexander and state of Illinois.
, Therefore, according to said command, I shall
expose for sale at public suction, all the right,
title and Intereat of the above named Henry Hun
saker, in and to the above described property,
at II o'clock a.m., on Friday the 80th day of Novem
ber.lH&l. at the westerly door ol the court house, In
Dated at Cairo, III., thii (Mb. day of November, 1888.
1106-gwd Sheriff Alexander County.
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