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Elkhart Democrat Union (Newspaper) - March 27, 1874, Elkhart, Indiana a Year in W. Main No natii all are paid In at of the One Half One Quarter One 80.00' Cards 10 One 10 Cents ft Ime lor first cents at this until further notice Mails wiU be however usual on to all points West and closing at precisely 6 P. UNION comer of Main and opposite description of JOB neatly executed on and at corner of Main and Jackson Clirton Boaso B. L. J. k. ( s. - 27, 1874. 19- Shore Mich. B a 3iiildng recedes deals in Bonds hoars from 8 5.15p.m. 6.30 4.E0 6.00p,m. B. D. for the it. B. Express Great West ern and Local Ticket Agent for the n. Y. Erie Atlantic Great Western Joy's Uvery on PAPER of Printing and Wrapping Ind. J. E. Pres | John Treas. L. MARBLE Manufacturer and dealer in Tombstones and tone Second building West ' Estate and General Land to care w 111 prompt Elk In and News just West of the comer and Pigeon ' Q. DE of the Peace and Notary Pn White Murray it opposite he Con Leases always on H. and at Law and Notary Ind. Practices In all Courts of the 90 Main M. AT comer of Main and Jackson Ind. ' attention paid to with moderate and second directly the Clifton over hat C. D. at will the complete abstract of Title to air lands In Elkhart gives me advantage in land suits and and collection of 81 Office tx. 93 new rick Wiil attend with promptness to business to their Special attention given to COLLECTIONS in Southern Mortgages and matters of PRO BATE carefully M. D. and offers his to the Of Middlebury aid will attend promptly all either by night or Speaks both German and M. Main and Pigeon Over shoe Pigeon two doors east of Baptist MEDICINE AND treatment in all cases of and the utmost skill displayed In surgical of Bye and Ear made a C. S. AND Office and IT of Second and opposite Elkhart M. Over Bakery 96 Main St. Residence No. S High nearly opposite the Presbyterian attention given to the practice of Us in aU its day or J. HAGGERTY ANS AND may be consulted at their over Hill Mil 1 Drug No. Main on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8 to 11 o'clock A. M. and 2 to 5 P. and at all other hours when not corner ot 3d comer of Main nnd Jackson kept in order to make guests and will be kept as a with satisfactory and reasonable F. ot T V and near thp Ind. Oar motto is to accommodate at reasonable CITY HOTEL H. Meals at all hours of tho Good and perfect order tho of the North w Passenger H. M. Day and Boarders the most liberal lORNBE of Grand ' T. H. Formerly of B. 91 Main Four class Wines of all american up corner ot Chicago aad Kalamazoo Street White house is undergoing thorough repairs and and guests will find in good order for their comfort with reasonable omnibus and from all passenger -J atch F. W. JLf Omnibus .to and ftom the known as the Bating C White Ebeb Good Buard and well furnished Rooms for the the comfort of Ladies and i DINING ND at the J. D. Travelers and accommodated In first-class style at Agents wanted I elapses of working of either or money at work tn their spare or all the at anything dress or income Endosa ' R. IIS Chambers Y. leave as 72, Way 4.00 2. A. W. W. 3 45 p. LIItE 6t. Way S 12, Air Lino 4. Special New York 6, Atlantic 9 60 1, Chicago No. 8, 5. 7, Steamboat The Grand Rapids 5.00 and 4.10 p ran to Grand arriving there at 11.00 a. and 9.00 leave Grand 7.80 a. m and 4.B0 p. arriving at Elkhart 1 05 p m and 9 45 p. making cliso connections with Air at Jonesville - for- and arriving at Lansing at 11.00 and p. mi returning leave at 7.80 a. m and 4.00 p. going of who have tickets by L.S. M. 3. are furnished transfer tickets In Omnibus wishing berths in Sleeping Coaches can them by personal application at are run by Cleveland which is SO than Chicago and 15 than Buffalo time trams other than those herein given are to carry can be obtained all prominent points from Boston to San E. Ticket 2,1873. 30 Jackson St opposite tho complete and filled with a choice and select consisting of First Class such TIME take Jan. 4, at 12 Castle A I m. 00m 2Sp.m. 42 " 55 80 02 - 11 3 30 B 07 5 20 5 85 7 50 9 00 20 p.m. 2 47 10 40 00 11 19 38 50 NORTH Castle Castle a.m. 9 15 ~ 20 82 44 11 80 p.m. 12 30 05 80 88 3 40 00 8 30 50 10 30 W. Wabash AOT TABLE No. 9, Takos effect 2nd 1874. Going Going t No. 3 10:30 7:00 pm 10:05 4 9:10 9:05 ' 8:17 ' 7:50 ' 7:00 5:40 2:00 7:00 am New 7:20 7:50 8:20 9:05 Silver 10:10 10:40 11:55 12:30 p. ' 1:26 1.50 8:15 2:30 3:15 3:40 4:35 Close made at Goshen with the Lake Shore A Michigan Southern Railway for all pointa east or at with the Fort Wayno A R. St. and Fifth rebuilt the old site bll the Bath Hot and Cold Water in each Elegantly and located in the business of the Per RICKCORDS v. A. an absence of many years in other has now made a permanent location at White on Kalamazoo St. Ko for examination of and cure made positive if attended to in Bring or scud a 2 oz. vial of well with the age of the M. July 187 3. Blank bound in good style at reasonable old blank books of all kinds made rebonni order at short attended by mail P. FUNK Insect F. N. Sole most and Popular Planter under of 35,000 now In For Planters or address H. F. i of the Styles for fall and winter the lino of that is asked la that the Ladies and Judge for A limited assortment and The goods will bo sold at LOWER PRICES than at any other place In the and In the latest and GENTS made to and perfect fits always at the new establishment before J. Sept. 18th. 1873. annie i the burn the cattle haina And near pleasant ' niy Inva by what is tha worid tu 1 The cald world to me ' And my sae sad and full O' thoughts - ' Aft by river ' Brownies gae to With long and heavy - I sit me down to world cold world to ir mony a drear and stony Lieth twixt mo and in the lonesome tbe pale moon's I lay me down with troubled heavy on my what is the world to The cold world to dreary years that But keep luve from doon the burn I wanders the day is And alone 1 the That shine out one by Bnt what is the world to me. The proud world to And what Is a the to sweet for H. L. Artist in and Whole Supplied to HAIR DRESSING the Latest done for Embroidery and 97 main Street Jan. 10.1873. Sells K U S 11 THE POST OFFICE IN PASSAGE and from and all European by Great Western leave New York and Liverpool every and every sells on the Royal Bank of and all Cities on the at the LOWEST M. D. D. 8. Masonic Main Oxide the Painless of Upper Setts of the finest quality AL TEE at from to Cash puid fer Gold and Silver is E. over 97 respectfully announce to the Ladles of Elkhart and that tho is ready to do all kinds making of the latest styles and fashions In and at satisfactory The work will oe warranted in ail Remember the Main np 5 i p p Yon See it Work at tlie wonderful and 19. 1871: took First Premium Will fit Family Sewing Bind over perfectly Agents St once I Unparalleled inducements Samples by 65 Tbe East T OF LIVES AND MILLIONS OP SAVED BY USING lamps are made of Brass and will not burners have a Safety Tube Attachment for the escape of and will never chimneys are made of Mica Ising glass so and they are the only lamp chimneys made that will not break by heat or Chimneys and Lamps are this is tbe universal Seventy five Millions of Glass Lamp Chimneys are broken in this country of Hand complete with Mica one Price of Bronze Parlor or Stand to any part of the United States by express on receipt of the money by Agents wanted to cell these and Mica Chimneys in every and to whom a liberal will Send for Sample Lamps and Circulars giving all They speak for ana eeU on SAFETY No. Pearl New OF GENTLEMAN who suffered for years from Nervous Premature and ail the of indiscretion for of send free to all who need the recipe and direction for making ths simple remedy by which he was Sufferers wishing to profit by the experience can do so by addressing in perfect JOHN B. 43 Cedar Yew 20, Household BEST DOLLAR made by can for in Its yosemite in 17 Oil one with one with one - - - Examine our Premium Two First-class Periodicals for tUe price of We solicit Experienced Canvassers and others to send at once tor ann specimen S. 13. Park N. Y. or variety of pronunciation give J to o is illustrated by the the Coarse are your Your aspect Is hear a Do yon feel sura clad warm enough itr You're not a Of temperance to your cottage hear tbe wind songh Even the Sing hoarse on the to your bend o'er tiie Kneading tho Of digestible the Unsweetened and Well-sharpened teeth Will go easily Dispatch to the Y. OF Hours of tbe Great March Sumner died at thirteen minutes three o'clock this For two or three days Mr. Sumner bad been conscious of the approach of the with which he was seized last Pains in the region of the spasms of from he or trice lied the last like the oscillations which precede the quake warned him of tho severer stroke Tuesday morning be told one or two friends of his while alluding to it a3 a trifling it was evident that his mind was not iree from ments and after the presentation in the Senate of tbe resolutions of the Legislature of Massachusetts expunging from its the resolutions of censure on the action of Senator Sumner in proposing to drop from the army register the names of the battles of tho civil the Senator was feeling much and entertained at dinner at his house Major Ben Perley the correspondent of the Boston Journal and his devoted and Henry L. of the House of from At dinner he was in excellent spirits and very notwithstanding had told a- from Boston during 0.ietof tne merchants who here attending the investigation before the Ways and Means he he was going to another and that result might be His do not seem to have had the presentiment of the coming or have doubted that he was in his about 10 he w ' ' again with the dreadful the heart of the of that organ in the paroxysms of the He rang for his went immediately to summon his physician and one or two The first to his bedside WRS Mr. who has been with the Senator during some of his previous He at once this attack to be more serious than any had proceeded and immediately called other friends and for Dr. Dr. J. Taber immediately on his had an eminent council of physicians summoned Surgeon General who with Pres i. dent Lincoln from the time of tbe assassination till his and Drs. Lincoln and P. During the night Mr. were and the anodynes which were administered gave him no He did not sleep till 4 this at which time an injection of morphine was made beneath the This remedy has been resorted to on other occasions to produce and about a year ago this hypodermic was for a time administered almost From four o'clock this morning he sank overcome by a and J He would i sleep few turn and raised into a new the movement ing accompanied by the and These expressions he repeated again and again during the whole was entirely conscious during his waking moments till ten minutes before his and recognized and spoke to the friends who admitted to his councils of physicians decided in the day chat tbe attack must almost be but were uncertain whether life might end to-day or might last two or three days A few of his friends refused to abandon They had great confidence that if only he should live till the arrival of Dr. that eminent familiar for years with Mr. could administer some remedy or make some application thai should restore the of tho heart and save his Dr. telegraphed a prescription for the ap plication of but tbe attending physicians were in Mr. Sumner's which they Dr. Sequard to directions in this Barnes with some of those who were closely bound to Mr. Su timer by ties of and it was that the arrival of Dr. should be The attending proved to be right in their fears that Sumner not survive the About 2 o'clock Judge Hoar telegraphed co the Speaker of the House that would not the session of the House To his remark to Burgeon General about the time of sending this that Sumner was not yet Surgeon General replied that there was no in the caso since and that he felt Hoar was unremitting in his About three-quarters of an hour before Mr. Sumner died Judge Hoar was holding his which was very he we could do something to make your hands and Mr. Sumner never During the day bo gave tp Judge Hoar a message for Ralph Waldo of Mass. he Emerson how much I love and revere Judge Hoar using remark of Mr. Emerson's about said of yon he never knew so white a Mr. Stimner then turned upon bin other nt tering faintly twice Judge Hoar thought he was going to sink into sleep At this Hooper came in. One of the colored men were in attendance said to Mr. is Mr. He opened his and recognizing Mr. said These were the last words he ever Mr. Hooper stayed in ths room a fow and left the Judge Hoar also left the but about ten minutes after he came back and approached the During his absence had a sudden and violent and as the doctor and attendants raised him up a little he was seized with a fit of vomit Judge Hoar took hold of hit and they laid him back upon his pillow and wiped the cold tion from his There was a slight motion of the a gasp for a tremor of the and all was Judge Hoar released the hand he and it- fell cold and limp upon the The doctor put his ear down and listened for throb of the but it never beat origin of Mr. Sumner's is traced by his physicians to the bis blow from tbe bludgeon in tbe so many years One to whom Dr. has given the history of bis treatment of Mr. thus describes the character of the as stated by the doctor is the of this disease when the blow is struck upon the especially when the person struck is in a sitting that the follows the spinal column until it reaches what is termed the point of Here the shock and at this point there arises the germ of future After a series of in such it generally happens that a few particles of the bony spinal column begin to separate into The point of resistance takes upon itself a lymphatic From this point tlie future disease sets in through the avenue of the nearest network of according to the position along the spinal column where the of has been It may be along the nerve network of the or the about the In the case of Mr. Sumner the extended from the spinal to the In its final manifestation the arteries leading from the heart be coming practically gives to tbe disease something of the character of angina resulting in certain This condition of the system is when the original cause by mental after the assault by Mr. Sumner went to and placed himself under ths treatment of Dr. His diagnosis of ibe case was similar to that which has been The treatment to which Mr. Sumner was subjected was very his back was burned with red hot Mr. Sumner had in part his physician then informed him that he would entirely but if he did not avoid mental tbe maUdy would return later in life and doubtless prove Thit has proved a list care that weighed Senator Sumner's mind was the Civil Rights He said repeatedly to the persons who were with him this musi take care of my Civil Rights That subject seemed to be constantly in his and it no a matter of regret to him that he should pass away before this favorite project should have been Sumner has no near relative one Mrs. who lives in He has had two brothers and several other who are all In the year 1867, Mr. then 56 years was to Mrs. Alice Mason widow of by whom she had one She a lady of fire intellect and many But she soon found it impossible to live with Mr. and she left him a few months after her going abroad with ber child and residing chiefly in The cause of the separation was never made After a lapse of five Mr. nor a decree of divorce from a Massachusetts court on the 10th of 1873, on the ground of Mr. Sumner was represented by but no opposition was made to the Under it Mr. Sumner had the legal right to marry belt the lady had By a very recent this right was also granted to opinion of her London paper suggests that as ivy is the only plant which seems to flourish in the smoky atmosphere of that it might be advantageously used to cover up some of the public the natural ugliness of which is intensified by the deposit of which covers Indianapolis Sunday is an a flower by no one can tell whether it be poisonous or with any degree of She has been with mnn from the and ho has t found her out to this She is comparatively an alphabet of magnetic Nobody knows what head it is with tenderness and and at other times with nothing but grit and Like the m of she is all sunshine asd showers Many a teardrop evaporates in the warm light of a smile ere it has a chance to and many a bright smilo is suddenly quenched by a sprinkle of some passing cloud of sorrow about tho size of a Grief bubbles up in her bosom to burst in an atmosphere of like autumnal flowers springing from the of her to be cut down by tbe sudden frost of A queer compound is She is made of sato bear's affection and She talks with her speaks with her is eloquent in ber and yet we can't understand it. How render is She is as tender as a spring chicken and tough as an old turkey She must be screened from the hot summer's sheltered and protected the and blasts of and yet if she takes a notion to do a thing she can stare at the blazing sun without face a and discount the very old But inwardly she is as tender as the mercies her heart is as. much softer than man's as bees wax is softer than a Her sympathies are as delicate as the down upon an angel's and her love ap pears as fresh and unfading amid the sorrows of adversity as the evergreen wreath that encircles the brow of old Her tenderness is too tough to be destroyed by whatever change fortune or time may As tough ai tripe and twice as and yet how lofty No matter whether born in a cellar she can be as lofty as a VVhen she once gets her cats and lookout for She is as high KB as savage as a sausage as strong as a and as terrible as a In high wrath she is crazy as a She can blaze away as though heaven and earth were coming tog But in a moment all is nobody Then she comes from the softens down like a and becomes as quiet as a after a After bow lively is woman I she is amazingly devoted in her She will cling to the chosen object of her affections like a leech to a and she can't be separated without no art can and leaving a portion of her soul on the upper leather of her She will often see something to love where others discern nothing to and when her fondness is once fastened on a fellow it sticks like glue in a dandy's How childlike is woman A plaything she is fond of every plaything in the world's great toy Her house is the realm of existence a kind of ideal very miseries are mingled with a pleasing present is always and the future still brighter Would that I were a woman to be pleased with every posy that pops its head above the weeds oC a wicked and have no thorns to molest me while gathering tbe wild flowers of Childlike woman is ever tickled with the straw of delighted with every rainbow-tinted bubble that floats upon the wave of as a young coon in the and joyous as a She dances in the sunlight of joy and seems to use every endeavor to coax ub mortals tho pond of matrimony to sink or swim through Locomotive late Grand Chief of the Brotherhood of Locomotive has published a letter in the Cleveland papers denouncing tho action taken by tbe convention held in not permitting him to make a but condemning and pelling bis immediate resignation because he opposed the striking He says that delegates were admitted to the convention who had been guilty of gross misconduct in the late while one delegate was admitted from a division which retains a striker who was guilty of misplacing a switch so as to throw a passenger train from the Railroad officials who have always treated the men kindly were denounced in no mild teims by the He concludes as the strike the brotherhood received the cordial support of thousands of the best men in Canada and the United but now all is A number of with a large number of have entire ly disregarded the most sacred rules of the brotherhood and all their protestations made to their friends since they were first They have forfeited every claim to the confidence of everybody by entirely ignoring all their previous and now they assume a suspicious altitude by instituting a policy that will surely prose ruinous to tbe best interests of all No declaration of good intentions will now avail anything ter such flagrant violations of all previous Sincerely regretting the condition our once powerful organization is placed and not being willing to share the responsibility of a final disgrace and failure I have applied to my division for a final I am aware that there are a large number of divisions that do of tho or of any change in the policy of the To my there is only one way tbat a division or member can save their and that is to withdraw from the demoralized brotherhood and organize a new society that will have for its first and justice and is ahead of the older States in one the It taxes church Temperance of Archbishop J. B. Purcell of Cincinnati has a circular replying at length to applications made to him for sympathy and co-operation in the women's crusade against The reply is at all pleasing to the crusaders and their The Archbishop he has often publicly expressed his with movements in behalf of lie has over ready to with any wise effort in this and has For years practiced total abstinence with a view .to a good Ha as of in the Archbishop connot go to the excess by some of the Lady He cannot instruct or preach that it is a sin for a day laborer who has to the hod on a broiling hot day in July or August up a steep ladder to the third or fourth story of a building to restore his exhausted strength by a glass or two of This he would consider If the toiler has the physical and the will to do without the in the name of God let him do and if he cannot take this drinking to him or quit hard or for it is better so than to ben ihe Archbishop cannot ask a clergyman to blaspheme the Divine author of our religion by asking why he made wine at Cana in to recreate guests at a why he instituted the tbe Lord's partly in wine of which he commanded the Apostles to why Jehovah's holy spirit teaches us in the Bible that God made wine to cheer the heart of man 16). and the vine asks why it should desert its wine that God and men 13). Why did the dying under the of divine wish his son abundance of wine - Why again does the Holy Ghost toll us that it is hurtful always to drink water or wine but to mix is or sometimes to drink one and sometimes the last verse of tbe Old But they did not make the We have shown that he did not make it. Neither did he make the except in the miracle sf the loaves in the But He made the grape and tbe wheat from which wine and bread are tbe one by a process not much simpler than the Catholics then go to the Bible and they with the blessed book before we cannot with bell and with praying and in the excommunicate those who drink or those who dispense the liquid which God has made to be used with moderation and This then is the verdict of the Word of do not and if you cannot use without use not at Lightn ing Rod Man's In the in the other a lightning rod man drove up in front of a handsome standing in the midst of trees and and spoke to Mr. who was sitting on the steps in He accosted Summers as the owner of the residence and see you have no lightning rods on this said you going to put on any I thought of replied ought A tall building liko this is very much I'd like to run one of my rods twisted nickle plated Sluss everything May I put up one to show you I'll do the job you may if you want I haven't the slightest said the next half hour the man had his ladders up and his assistants at and at the end of that time the job was He called Summers out into the yard to it. He said to that is all well but if it was my I'd have another rod put up on the other is nothing like projected thorough said fit would be put up I asked the of if you think it's said the man went to work and soon had tho rod in its proper a first rate said to as both stood eyeing like such a man as you not afraid to put a dollar down for a good There's some pleasure in dealing with 1 like you so much that I'd put up couple of one on the north and one on the south for almost would make things I it I better do it hadn't 1hey as you think said the wan ran up two more and then came down and said to Mr. Now lets settle what tho job's and now I'll take don't me to pay 1 hope course I Didn't you tell me to put those rods on your house shouted and lightning I never dered you to put those rods It would have been this is the Court and 1 am waiting for the court to I'm on the to be anxious to rush up your and as it was none of my I let you go for it's pretty Blossburg people say tbat the mauner in which tbat lightning rod man tore around town and swore was But when he got his rods off the court house he left He don't fancy the Bango member of the Mennonite sends us the from the the Mennonite Monthly of this and as he has Granger and concludes it all right and proper for Mennonite farmers to join the Gra he protests the points thus promulgated by the editor of the above named who has this to A if not requires very so vera and unscriptural which the of cannot as nil arc forbidden liy tbe By uniting with a secret organization a mm binds to men that are men of dishonest and the Scripture lelln light has no communion with Christ with or the temple of God with the bemule of Read 8 6: 1418. the reason why our brethren should ' take no part with the Granges is simply 1. it is a secret and is good need not be nor kept 2. The promises or required oj them are the doctrines of * * LOUIS March 16, 1874. Union a quite lengthy on my I agun assay to trouble yoa with a little whisky war is raising quite an among the friends of the bat as yet nothing has boon done than to form an organization for the purpose of educating the public and possibly nothing more will be as the majority of our are and will not tamely submit to having their favorite beverages taken from la conversing with the you are sure to hear the cause denounced ia this ef dey lakes to making a mit de peer s dej vill find dat de vill not till vips The be heard by deep hitter against the oold and the tempe ranee people say that the liquor interests are too strong ia this place for anything like the Ohio but they their and bring their weapons bear on the members of oar General but in my humble without many of Everyone is looking on with amazement at the termined manner and wavering success of the in 0hi3 and from what I can the mode of carrying on the war is the most and has thj with the in matters are very quiet seems as nothing oan change the general apathy of Business is dead and will probably remain so till even the depth of Senator Sumner failed to cause more than slightest ripple in the dullness of the m nothing but the law suit between a Perry Co. and the Chicago Alton R. R. Co. can be said to be ot general and that would succeed but fear that the decision ia that case will injure the business of the and such has been the state of affairs since ths Cuban excitement last the finale will be is more than I undertake to but leave it to older and more experienced miads and time to Hoping that it will be to the best interests of the I b. j m. and Members of the Elk hart Academy of Medical will not be disputed that Clinical observation has lately done much for the and the rational administration of alcoholic and this not only because it is the test by which the contributions of other branches are but also because ia itself it is carried with the minuteness and precision which are essential to This precision must not only to the mode of calculating but also and most particularly to the determination and classification of these The accuracy of counting is a mere facility in common The accuracy of observing and arranging the facts to be counted is the higher and rarer ia the prosecution of clinical It is not or superficial knowledge of any of these fundamental sciences that will avail ts make them profitable te It is where these facts and laws have beea carefully in relation to the healthy that the advantage has become and this study has in many instances developed new phenomena which reflect light also on the contributory shape in which alcohol is tered is in many cases not * a matter of The mighty force of the purse strings often restricts us to tho New and giu British brandy are better than but let ns not forget that contain a very almost poisonous fusel which is abundant in direct proportion to the youth and low price of the Age changes this into wholesome as well as more agreeable Any of the full bodied wines are better for cases than perhaps exhibits in its commoner varieties more of the wine should than the produce of other I mean to say that second or third rale is a beverage than second and third rate and sham articles with But if the expense is no thoroughly good champagne is easier and does the good without the harm better than any of its Of course a high price must be paid for a genuine article in the instance of a wine so restricted in The use of beer should be confined to those cases where we wish give a tonic food at the same time with and also where the powers of the stomach are not to be upset by a slight fermentation of the sugar always takes In respect of its ic seems to me that a long continued course of excess in even moderate is of degeneration than in wine or Thomas King M. Honorary Physician to His Royal Physician to the have of alcohol * have been cautious about those reasons to rul s without into the more tully in the As you well extreme miy and have about this indubitably powerful Dr author of the himself tbat it was a panacea for and ' direct prolonger of bui of with a bottle oi brandy by his soou in giving a practical his by hia and shortening his Others would persuade us it is a pure whose degree of to lite is in a direct lo quantity take it for granted that your experience in the hospital has made you of neither but that must by this have or seemed to iae it in many oases saving ariJ ia saving and prolonging in mauy cases destroying and and conceded by indulgent doctors as an innocent luxury do neither good best to the t be eX from a oa a dise asei the intelligent observation 01 its effects on a healthy and 1 think that alcohol is no but that its of its physiological action leads di to its therapeutic experiments of Rudolf since repeated and by M. M. and have taught us that passes through the ia chemical nud does so far as we leave any of its substance in the body some and daring time exerts an for good or for It is not strictly it aids appropriation of it may be looked upon as an in and as a What is the nature of the influence which it What is its action It is usually defined as a to the nervous s-o long as is held to mean only something which makes one feel we may be with tho while upon tiie nervous system all from the first patriarch will that it if by the etymology we infer that it directly the developed force of the nervous we shall fall into the error of poor us be a little more our and then I do not think we be able to trace any direct increase of to even in the smallest or for the minutest periods of TLe sort of researches of which those are show pretty clearly that its continuous use e. in small divided not add power to and I think we shall not fait to come to the same conclusion from observations m its more a series of another Dr. Edward Smith has recorded very the experienced after by a temperate with a fasting What are the first Increased Increased lessened sensibility to light to and to Then theie comes a peculiar sensation of with of the which is noticed particularly in the upper lips evidently due arrested and These are very unlike to extra In a patient lately under my care the same sens ation of and also the objective of rigidity of skin without loss of were produced by the pressure of diseased bone on the fifth nerve If we symptom a partial paralysis from of which I suppose nobody will we must call the effects of alcohol also a partial obliteration of for the phenomena are strictly further records among the of a relaxation of the dartos and other muscles connected with the productive for which Ovid and Shakespeare blame the 1' teir and more of The of the bladder was and o this the observer lays the increased micturition The pulse alsa is At first blush you be disposed to view thig as an increase of nervous But do ba Observe Dr. Bedford Brc the the cerebrum an operation oh the pulse was quickened by and will see the heaving and bulging of the brain the and the hemorrhage The quickening of the pulse janst therefore have been ished force ef the observe that in disease those patients especially exhibit the phenomenon of quickened pulse whose hearts are moat It would appear purely involuntary indicates of force and not inn is unnecessary to go the symptoms of advanced intoxication by als all observations in showing that large doses immediately depress the nervous and that in cases of absolute poisoning by it the cause death is the cessation of the I What I wish particularly to remark here is in nervous are so closely ia as well as ' in that perhaps the most of diminished vitality is We this evK dence case of H. M. eril and published in 1848 their observation that exhibited a great loss of and Dr. Boecker and Dr. Hammond ia their own persons the same even moderate doses of This cords and explains the of Dr. that alcoholic satisfaction to arctic Dr. and Commander in U.S. second they tually lessen power of resitting The of the which dram drinkers speak of with such is ia fact a fallacious sensation out - j insensibility to external I think we may hesitation that alcohol is primarily and essentially a lessener of the of We may call it an if it is allowed us to little the | application of the term and to let it all which tend rupt the between the material and immaterial of our between force and visible and whether our memories are conscious of the tion or ' ' on next
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