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Tho Daily Reporter.
MI SC E LL A NEOUS
la Lift Growing Longer?
To bo told that under proper oondi-
lions we ought to live one hundred
1». <’. IREI.AMP 4 CO. Pl'BIJHHERS.
years, and that the discouraging doo-
of the influence of heredity in
Oct. 5, 1886
shortening life is onlv true in a limited
sense, is interesting to most people.
NoTKK Z" LITWANT*
So. also, is the circumstance tnat we
Legal advertising at this office costs are living longer than we used to live,
the litigant no mon' than the • same and the assur ince that much may be
Fi ft v done vet to prolong our lives. These
space cn-ts the business man
cent» j»er inch (solid minion tyjie) per and analogous topics were given in a
month. There is an average of one recent lecture by Dr. John Foster, of
Bradford. England, read at the Febru
hundred words to the inch
(. ount it
ary meeting of the Medico-Chirugical
up for yourselves, and send your or
society: “The late Dr. Farr in his de
ders to this office.
scription of the maren through life of a
million children, ha- given the follow
ing results: Nearly 150,000 will die in
the first year. 62,000 in the second year,
23.000 in the third year, and less than
4,000 in the thirteenth year. At the
end of fortv-five years 500,000, or one-
half. will have died. At the beginning
of sixt year* 370,000 will still be living;
at the beg-nning of eighty years. 90,-
000; at eighty five years 33.0Ó0: at nine
i ty-five years. 2,100. At the beginning
of 100 years th> re will be 223. and
at 108 years 1. The mean lifetime of
both sexes in England was calculated
seme years ago at 40 353, nearly or 41
years. Mr. H. Humphrey« has shown,
•••I wall. Thi- evidence of • mirar- however, that in ihe five years, 1376 to
a w** delightful, and she twirled 1880, the m«-an age at death was 43 56 Ill
nd of hi- blond»- mu«tacm* in toa» n (females 45.3), being a gain of nearly
2| years. This within -wenty years,
■ Ah' George" she sighed.
•U hat is il darling? he tenderiy in rate, densitv of population, and the un- I
sanitary condition of town* suddenly
“I win thinking if anything sbou.
grown large, more than 2j vears nave
ever occur to mar the feliciu we a are
t>een added to the life of every inhabit
now experieiu'ing now aw hi 1« dread
ant of England.
ful it would lie." And »h<- nestled he
“The HfMclator asks: Wnat is the
head closer down, under hi- chin, and
kind of lite which is increasing? Are
circled her left arru around the rigu
we young longer, or mature longer, or
side ot hi* neck.
old longer? Do we live longer, or are
“Nothing <>f the kind will happen,
we only a little slower in dying?’ 1
\otliing of the kind colili I
am bound to admit that some of the gain
happen, dearest. Banish such <1 «in I
in eany life is lost in m ddle life; tha*
foreboding* from your mind. loy
while the ex;»ectation ot life at birth is
Norrvto 1 >i.«st h 1*1» Yon, but
And lie continue«! to lovingly care*«
25 or more, the expectation from 35 tc
50 is a fraction less. But notwithstand
“1 know ;• seems *o mw. G.org«
Musi I£<*;i<I thewe Facta
ing the slight increase of mortality at
but No, I won’t entertain the horr
35 and upward, a large portion of the
• No, dnrling, don't entertain am additional survivors live on to the high
disagreeable thoughts, nt nil. Think •» wg»a. Or l.UOO born, the additional
e shall commence a CLEARANCE
only of blL««. now and fon-ver." Ami number of survivors is 35 at the age ot
h' toyed mon- vigorous!« with her 45 26 .at 65. 9 at 65. 3 ai 75. and 1 at
which will startle
The increase is much greater
“And \ou ll never be ero<* Io me. or among females. Bv far the greater
•m horrid, unkind word- t<> me. w ill proportion of the .ncreae d Miration of
human life m England is i»veu between
“No, «lean *t, nev O, the d «•vil an<l | II) and 60." it is interesting to as-
certain what is the natural limit of ex
Are you going to have some of the
And (icorge Jum;>«>d to hi* f «•et with istence. Dr. Farr says the natural life
is a century, Tbat is
the ngilil« of a circus tumbler from a . time of a man 19
spring-board; hi« darling « h< ad care«*. the time the body wni live under the
ed ths back of iIm »eat ui trout id them, most favorable conditions. Another
and n half section of golden frixx alight- most interesting question is: "When
vd on top of the stove amt began to d"<v old a -e commence?’
divided life a« follow*; Bovnood. 10 to
Every article ottered is a bargain.
“George" there was a strata of 15 vears; youth 15 o
Come ONE and ALL. They wont
ripe*, s», 75
melanehidv in th*- tones of her voice —
to 83. ami old ag 85
i war •
••Gi-orgv, you surprise me."
In taking the
6.' u> 75. and
“Yes, ami you’ve surprise*! me, too
stiii following in«- b-r
> of t u, miil-
Look at that!" And he held
ion chiidr* n Is rn. w«-
tiia: 3 9.029
her n brace ol bloody, lac, -ai.-ii
enter this ,ge and
eave it All through the <toek.
"O, George, dear! how did v
alive, D.*ea*cs of tn-
on * and
And an a»;ieet ot terror
heart are tn«- tno-t c mm< n.- 31.4 Vdied
spread her loveh countenanc«*.
The num «-r tha enerthe
•'Ifow d ve*uppo*e I done it?" Mat l>e of oid age.
75 i.. 85 are 161.124.
you think I eh wed cm witii my tce:h.
A large line of 10 and 25 CENT COUNTER Goods received thia week.
pi«i tor fun. M ty be you think I J un an«i the numoer nat leaves it alive is
uied them in the door. Mayle you
lung, heart, orain and other ¡oca’, dis
don t know turn it come from fo«u.n
with an iut- rnal coiubinat.oa of pin*, ease.*. Near.y 5U.UUU die of atrophy,
steel wire* and m-vond-iia mlrd red debility, and o<d age* 8ome writer
says he ha» met few or no cases of Continues a Specialty, and our FALL MILLINERY ia of the Latest Styles.
from old age. everybody dying
And while he proceed«*! to bandage
BLACKBURN <& FECZHAM,
recognised disease. It is true
the damage I digits with his darltu.’«
lace handkerchief. she laid her head
in old age, m tav case- of pneumonia
wearily on the window «i.l and sobbed
And the blind man who ha! heard the and other inflammations escaping rec
fbn but hadn't *«-en it, and the deaf ognition. But it «s also true that many
woman who had *een the fun but hadn't death» attributed k> disease are mainly
beard it, and the generality of the pas due to oid age; slight injuries, cold',
sing« rs in the immediate vicinity be»t- want, or attacks which in early
I I to 500 Miles the Shortest
•auled audibly; and the brakeman lift years would have been shaken off. Of
ed the aiaaling friaaee from the stove on the million with widen we «tañed.
the end of a stick, threw them out of 1135 live u> the age of 95 223 to 1UO¿
— between —
th« door, and idled “Fort H -ward”— Finally at the age of 108, one solitary
East. k*^'U< * < - fare trom
cheaper to Coun-
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, . .,
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Owing to removal I will sell out my entire
Stork of General Merchandise at Cost, con
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fact everything in t he store must be closed
Now is the time to buy goods at one-third
F. W. Redmond
Beginning Oct 1st,
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