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Something About the Life and Health
Among the medical magazines oi
zhe past month no article is better
worth the att-!ntion of well-to-do fam
ilies than Dr. James H. McBride's
<contribution to "The Alienist and
Neuroogist" on "The Life and
Health of our Girls." In it he makes
dear why it is that nervous break
-downs are most frequent precisely
among the classes which have ap
parently the least to worry about.
and show a striking tendency to in
crease as we go away from the plain
living of our ancestors. In his brieT
his position is as follows:
"The girls of the present day who
are brought up under more comfort
able conditions than their grandmoth
ers have gained much. no doubt, in
the change of conditions: but they
have lost something in that in many
homes there is less of healthy exei
eise, less of that kind of work that
,developed the body and also develop
ed simple and healthy tastes. There
is as a result of this poorer physical
development, less feeling of respon
sibility in the home on the part of
the young ladies and not so great a
1ense of duty. When every member
-af the family had everyday. specific
duties-work to do that had to be
done, work that exercised the body
as well as the moral sense in dis
charging a duty-such life, dreary ana
harsh as it sometimes was and often
barren of most of those things that
we regard as comforts-. had at least
the great advantage of providing
work that provided physical exercise
and that was also done under the
sense of obligation. There is a morat
and physical healthfulness in such a
;fe that goes to the making.of strong
and simple characters and that puts
purity of blood and vigor of consti
tution into descendants.
"The number of young women who
soon after marriage break down from
the unexpected strain of new duties
is very large. The mother of a
young woman who had become a net
vous invalid within two years after
marriage said to me there was nv
apparent cause for her daughter's
illness, as she had been shielded from
everything from childhood. Why, in
deed. should anyone be shielded?
Was it ever the case anywhere that
a person who had been shielded grew
to be a forceful character or provea
a success in presence of the swift
and onerous demands of life?"
These remarks have a moral value
that make them as well worth quoting
in the pulpit as in the consulting
HELD HIM IN HIGH ESTEEM.
What The Common Soldiers Thought
of Stonewall Jackson.
Few generals were so beloved and
revered by their soldiers as Stonewvall
Jackson. the "great flanker," wvas by
his. His simplicity, strength, daring.
skill and indomit.able will endeared
him to his troops, while his successes
roused their admiration. Whenever
great cheering was heard in Jackson's
camp those who were detained from
being present it the occasion would
say: "Were comes either Jackson or
an old rabbit."
While in camp and winter quarters,
Jackson's soldiers indulged in jocular
stories--"camp stories." as they we
called, made up by them about their
"Stonewall died," ran one of these
stories, "and two angels came down
from heaven to take him back with
them. They went to his tent--he was
not there: they went to the prayex
meeting-he was not there. So they
had to return without him. But whien
they came,to heaven they found that
he had made a flank march and had
reached heaven ahead of them."
Another story was this:
The soldiers declared that General
Jackson was greater than Moses.
"It took Moses." they said. "forty
years to lead the Israelites through
the witderness. with manna to feed
them on: Stonewall Jack:son woula
have doubie-quicked them through it
in three days on half rations.''
At one time when Jackson's camp
was on the southern bank of the Rap
pahannock and that of the Federals
on the northern bank of the river, a.
friendly intercourse-not only confin
ed to the exchange of coffee and to-*
of the two armies, and friendly greet
ings were often exchanged across the
river. One day. when Jackson rod
along the river and the Confederate
troops ran togriter. as was their cus
tom, to greet him with a yell, the Fed
eral pickets shouted across the roiver,
asking what it was all about. "Stone
wall is coming," was the reply. ant
immediately. to Jackson's astonish
ment. the cry "Hurrah for Stonewal
Jackson!" rang out from the Federal
ranks. Thus the voice of north and
south, prophetic of a time of renewed
unity. mingled in acclamation of a
Los Angeles Times.
Not a Sick Day Since.
"I was taken severely sick with kid,
ney trouble. I tried all sorts of med;
cines. none of which relieved me
On- day I sawlan ad. of your Electri
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After taking a few doses I felt re
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since . Neighbors of mine have beer
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er and Kidney troubles and Genera
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of Fremont. N. C. writes. Only ;oc
at Wim. E. Pelham & Son. Druggists
A man's wife believes every wor(
he savs-when he talks in his sleep
Cured His Mother of Rheumatism.
My mother has been as ufferer io
many years with rheumpatism." say
W. W. Howard, of Husband, Pa. "A
times she was unable to move at all
while at all times walking was painfut
T presented her with a bottle c
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and after
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he most wonderful pain reliever sh
-1ad ever tried, in fact, she is nwvc
.vithout it now and is at all.times ah:
o walk. An occasional application -
Pain Balm keeps away the pain th:
;he was fomerly troubled with." F
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Manv a first-class kitchen mech:i
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"in the spring of i9ox my childr:-,
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W. Capps, of Capps, Ala. "I use.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy w,'
he most satisfactory results. I thii
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;een for whooping cough." Th
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-he severity and frequency ot .
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:endency toward pneumonia. Fo
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"Say," said the village lawyer. a
he entered the general store: "I w:a
a ribbon for my typewriter.".
"All right, sir." responded the ne"
:lerk. "do you want one for her o
"T wonder why it is that Mormos
w~omen make so little complaint abou:
"It's easily explained." said the el
der who was taking advantage of th<
opportunity afforded by an invest;
gation to lecture. "When a man take.
another wife she is glad to get him~
while her predecessor is so glad tc
get rid of him, that there is no indig
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By John C. Wilson. Esq.. Probate
WVHEREAS, Perditer Suber hath
made suit to me. to grant her Letters
oi Administration of the Estate of
and effects of Samuel Eigner.
THESE ARE THEREFORE to
cite and admonish all and singular
the kindred and Credit.rs of the said
Samuel Eigner deceased. that they'
be and appear before me. in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Newberry on
Saturday May arst, after publication
thereof. at t o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have. whly
the said Administration should not he
Gi'en under my hand, this 5th day
of May Anno Domini, 1904.
John C. Wilson.
Dr. "Not Much."
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