Early Rising. Dr. Wilson Philip, in his "Treatise on Indigestion." says - "Although it is of consequence to the debilitated to go early to bed, there are few things more hurtful to them than remaining in it too g. Getting up an hour or two earlier often gives a degree of vigour which nothing else can procure. For those who are not much debilitated and sleep well, the best rule is to get out of bed soon after waking in the morning. This at first may appear too early, for the debilitated require more sleep than the healthy; but rising early will gra-dually prolong the sleep on the succeeding night, till the quantity the patient enjoys is equal to his demand for it. Lying Lite is Dot Only hurtful by the relaxation it. sions, but also by occupying that part o| the day at which exercise is most beneficial."