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WASHINGTON' COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1375.
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AOFATAT POTITLAND, OL'EGON-L.
AGENT AT SAN FII VNCIKCO -L.r.Frsa-
Kt. room;2 A 2 t.Mvrclt -vat's Kvchange
AGENTS AT NEW YOKK CTTY--S. 3I.
f TTKN..ix.t .V Ck. " Taik Itte.v. cor.
I..-.kni n t.t.--(Ko. I. Howell. A: Co..
41 Farlv Row.
AWES'TS AT ST. In: Hown.uC-
'Ckbsman. Cor. Th-rd and Chestnut St.
r it?oii 'intTided ! for insertion in T:ik
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vt n-'e.virlly rnMicatin. l.r.t as a
IP HdllT n:i i i:'ii- v.
-itar.-mty of ;ood faith.
OFFICK -In IlilNb .m in the old Court
Hour, bnildint; on the Public Sr-uae.
joiin vrrr, n. i
riysiciav. r.nd Snrg3oa
TIES; alCJIi:'H' nrr.ns.
OFFICF Main s!rcvt li:il.dor. t)rnr.
r. A. IJAII-KY, !. i
Phldan, Savson ad Accouc'eTir.
HlfLSBORO. ----- OKEG0H
Ol FICE-r.t th Pru-4 Store.
KKSI DKNCE Thrt u Ki. .ek.4
WIL.SON UOWLBY, 31. 13.
rfiysician and Surgeon,
FOlt EST CI10 VE, -
- CKIuiON. i
OFFICE--At his; Tsidnv,
Johnson' Planing ilillt.
XV. II. SAYI-OU, 31. 1).,
.Physician and Surgeon.
P0HE3T GE0VE. -
OrTTCE At Uu Drnjj St.
K KSIDENCE Corner Sc
ci tbe Privj Store.
Dlstrtrt Attorney, i
Durham & Thompson,
yl TTO II N E YS-AT-L A IF ,
No. 103 First Street.
roivriANP ------ OIIFION.
C. A. BAIX. KAL6.IOH blUll.
RAbL & STOTT,
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P. t TEXTS 0DTA1 SET).
No. 6 Dekum's r.Iock,
rOlYTLxVNP, GEEGON. ly
.O tx CATIIK.
Catlin & Killln,
fTTOnXTA'S AND COUXSlfLOR
Pekura's Building, Firt Street,
THOMAS H. TONGUE.
Att or ney -at-bnw,
Ililkboro, Washington County, Oregon.
ri: TER I NAM Y S U Jl GEO N,
UILLSBORO,- - . OREGON.
5T Will bo at the Oregon Li very stiddos,
Corner of IFbrrison
Fcrtlnnd, tverv Frid.iT.
and First Streti. i
Written for the Independent. J
! 1 "'I. t,. to.. nf.in.J
All Hit , ViiiiiUt 1.1, inwu uv f
Unlike thy lofty sisters near;
No darksome firs or murmuring pine
Wufcen their sad music here.
No shadow fidls upon thy b?or.
For here the sunshine lovt-s to rest.
Ami grasses green end ilowcrs fair
With sonqr-birdi' nctts are thy behest.
Mountain'? iu wild in a3i1incer.ee
On every sido wmal thee rre
Whosi rocky heights and dirk ravine
Enraptured hold our wondering eyoa.
A dome of nature, Helen stand
With snowy crest of glittering vhii?,
Fit t-mbu-m of the domes on hiyh
1 'i'dx radianct; of tiv.nslaceut light;
While II od in silent grandeur points
Her rocky linger to t! j skies,
Tim in voipIt ss language telling
That there the land of glory lie??;
And w:stvrard like tmbutth iat i.t
Thw broken Coast rane moa-itaint tower
! liidding old ocean's stormy wave,.
'Thus far, "no farther urge thine powers;"
ft!-v :t th'
j Like bcautt ou- Millies of nature lay
j Sweet fertile phiina and faerie glens
: Irr.di iut with the dav-kiu 's ray.
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y, v,.,.v ivi.,-or. .v,n,,fv
Ohio Jaiai u vl.J 1S75
En 'IxnrrrNtrNT-.-Thvou'd. the
k-idnoss of mv oM friend D M.. C.
f?.,H n,,vol,.,.l l,,,nm nf
k , ,.f ,-.,.. ,V
I K dill) J I i 1 ' - J V U L J'0.- .. t f I'.iH-l
be'ievitig that sc in ; of your readers
mav 1)0 not unwiliiii" to know ho.v
an old Or .gonh.ii of eight en years
1 staudiii'r, feel s;fter an enfor od ab -
: eeu", of yc; r. I will, with y.;ur
: prrniissiuxi , attempt the tlc.cr'ptior ,
i ai.d as ,-i j veh'm'nary will say that
j I am only happy when dreaming
; that I a: a back with my family.
' I drove a cow tc ini acros.i the :
plain in TSol, v.oiked for a few ,
i months on the Clackamas, then for a '.
! several ye ars in the Wrddo Hills and !
! o i t!:o I .'iiif'aii, remaining thoie ,
I until the winter of 1S.V,. and all the j
j had Isft mv fiiuiilv in tlif "States"!
; intending to Fetid for them if I '
liked Oregon but I determined
i leave the "blasted" country
' did leave. I trot home iu
wx " ,
ami was nappy as a coon ior a lew
dav.Htmtil I wa:
thorou -hlv fr. zen
throu-'h . and disgtuted
. , ,, i
manners and customs of the people, I
r , . t. .1
. . J 1
18( I was asreadv t( return to Or-
egon a.j I v,ms to leave it, and I did j
ret urn taking mv family with me
and staved contentedly until 18GU,
II'. iliJitMi IJJ 1 "HI 4ll-klJY.II
called me back here, where I must)
remain while idie lives, but. if T live
longer than she does, I will want
the wings of several doves tf "Carrv
do and ltavo there they will find the
pots filled with a very different prep-
j cration and not as palatable as they
i anticipate. You may, and probably
i do, have some mean, picayunish poo-
, plo in Oregon, but they are tho ex-
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t'PllOU aUU IlOu lilU 1U1U, OUt llCTO
the business is almost all done on
the pieavunish plan, though I do
not intend to sav that the people, as
a class, are of a pieavunish charac
ter, for there arc many kind-hearted,
liberal-souled people all through tho
"States." J have y.ofc yd, as long;
as I havo been back here.got used to j
the manner of doing business.
v;hvxn goo pcrc every dav
persons ;o to a grocery store and
j and buy a penny's worth of anything j
I they may happen to want, and tho j
j propiietor will change a dollar I
j greenback to get his pouti'. I call
l'. . I
! that small business and can't get !
used to it.
I presume tho smallest coin you
havo yet is a fivo cent piece and I do !
" not believe your traders would go
far to hunt change to secure even
Y'ou have a more beautiful and
j better country, a more healthful cli- j
v iii-uuii , lli 11j .-., ... '
. . B,il road will not bo fust enough. ! wmKO us lTnc Pcioro .March was a part cf his system to jrivo. He i eonM not n t.d.-e nf the l4'ul.llu ,,a"uc,s'
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xondmocic smith , t r i more will die. as feed is short ndentv f...:i ..,.o..:... e. i ml , . ' , . .."..! f U nr.N J)iijitiji:i:ia is ix
w' -'riv ; i tto noi Know mat ai v 01 vont i - ' ' i m uuum now iu uu sam i : ch m ip run ; iie.'Misn iiw ir-iin
! t,.,',lre off,.. H. t ofi'ra. lnit lit1 hriy- I will answer the df.rn.inds nf tho lnu- ! ..,1.l I -V.IllO Well children
v. iiiv-l i muni... ui..i mi, ii.T. !..- . . j ....... . ..... nviim ii"iivimu vjitiiv ninuimuu!) . . .
IT. Y. TnoMr.m. j 0f tlw.ir old F.astern home. Tf tlw.v ! TI!P TPRRiTflRlPQ 1 of the pionheL bv civiii ho much. I l.m...n:. I.a in trw .M.bl.di scr,,ln,tourly kept apart
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mate, ami in every respect save one,
superior to any State iu tho Union.
That exception is that vi ur markets,
nre not quite as good as we havo
here. For all substantial, your
markets equals ours, but for cast offs
j as I may call it, you hare not much
demand. Here eveij'thing will sell
for something, even your old boots
and shoes, any kind of casting or
i iron, old copper, brass or any rub-
uish you chooso to pilo up, some
fellow will be after such things most
every day in tho week. All this is
I very well, but will not offset your
i clean bills ot health. nu vou, i
1 doctors may bo few and far between,
here you must keep one in sight all j in the land of tha hereafter. Mo
Ihe time, for it is seldom that in a j thought I was decently deceased, had
family of six or eight persons all are j been genteely buried, and a tomb
well at the same time. But I am ! stone had been erected to my memo-
encroaching on your space, and will
onlv ?av further in this cemmunica
tion to your readers to stay content
ed whero you are. N'ne out of ten
who leave Oreiroii wish themselves !
J back, and knowing what I do, I do
i The time will come, and before
long, when there will be a rush to
j Oregon. Hundreds of thrifty far-
I !urrs 1110 luidhg of your resources,
j tt!- break owco mads tho crevasse
! will not be easily dammed.
! leaver is, that I may livo to
! &l and spend the remainder
! of ;i lif' of whic!l '"o'htcen year- of
the happiest part, was spent there.
F. B. HrinfiUi:.
; Jk-.' wr- n ?1 nnd-oO has been sub-
! scribed at M-Minnvil'e for th relief
of the grasshopper stirrer.
i - a
; ( J . p. Crawford
. S. Eoonrvand
sevcial other farmers, have tiled ar-
tides of incorporation of the '
;Ora: ger store, Albany, fixing the
. , . f .A
: capita: stock at 20,G00. ,
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in Ochoeo so far has been
lioliffnl. sitoek diinf wrdl v.itlionf !
f .ii i-.it i r ii
The peoplo tire generally well, but
money matters - tight.
The Yamhill Cric,
own who it isserioinlv
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a'reil. lli.as v.Iinrh was ptmiisoi! kh
! lt . -ii, i .
that tho wind had a good opportuni -
. . n, . :l ,
ty to blow the sn -nv oft is almost en-
tirely killed, while thoe prtiousj
! lt ' . 4 - " '
niai tre not t.o iiiu-.u csnoscu iooss
. . ii in ,
well. rioine eriifnl ! h.-it fr---j
. r. Y n i
will be a benefit to t!u land, as it
will kill out tho cheat, wild oats.
A Baker Citv letter of February
I 'U sa-vs; "To ,u-v U hriZhl ?in'lcIear
,f.v oo ;..t ,.r
under foot; road a good and slcmh-
i in 'I; thermometer
al,OTO zero; :lst n'-hfc' owvcr, was
vei coiu. a icwcauw nnu fcnet p
...ii r iii -t
have died, and should the grass not
From parties on Salmon river,
j ldlxho, ihc Xrfhnrr learns, that
not so mucn s.ocic is .lying Iron, the j ploveii him to save her inheritance be wicked he fancied was ri-hteous-lackoi'ftcdasaro
being killed bj to her children, from her wicked i ness. Ib, o , n mon.1 ovstor Kn
sliding down over rorky points, and
, . , . -'"--. a4.7 V Oil f UllO, lliV
j tlmw lhci hlXH ii,st l,orn enough to
j 'vct UUtl rack tIl b!Hnv ,uul the sec-
j ,ul flost n,n1 il likc a r,illc of ce.
Whenever n animal be-ins Blin-
pin-and loses its foothold nn tho;n
. , , looinoiii on iiiosc
11'11i . ... .
MCie-lllllS It is sure ileath for ir
.v.v. Kiuu ib lO IH..IL11 1U1 II.
1. . ,
ixiui w no recently went up on
Suako river from Boise City, informs
! the Slafcwtn that the cattle are tmf
fering ternblj-. Ho saw many hun- '
dreds in different bauds, where they !
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v L UUUUIUI n'geiucr, ana many )
xvc"e h llsS do 1 from st uvati jn. He f
says the cattle havo como iu from ;
the hills in a starving condition, and
go through tho fences and devour i
straw and hay stacks, and pa-s on '
from one farm to another, taking
what little forage theie is without
respect to owners, and in fact with- j
out a great deal of benefit to the cat
tle, as they must nearly all die if
tho hard weather continues as the
A PERSIAN VISION.
Abou lien AdLem wasannovca onol
j morning by an elderly gentleman,
who desired to learn tho ideas the
Persian sage had of tho hareafter;
particularly as to the stvle and qual-
ity-of people who would be
reach a state of future bliss.
Abou removed his chibouk from
his lips, and, moistening his throat
! with a long draught t f sherbet, spoke
to him thus:
Mv frvrnd.raanvhu idred earsa-o
w F " ' 9
when I wai comparatively a voung j
man.I dreamed ono ni"ht that I had
shuffled off this mortal coil, and was
ry.on which was inscribed, "Enough
virtue to furnish a dozen". I blushed
a spirit-blush when I read that tomb
stone and discovered what an exem-
idarv man I had boon, and I like-
wi?c cpt a spirit-weep when I
I thought what a loss tho world had
sustained in mv death.
j j ascended, and v. us knot! ing at
j tho outer gate of IV. ra: : ie for admit-
j tunce. Tho season had been a very
' hralthy one.for a national convention
t at fittv idivsician? h:id htu-n drown-
! ed while taking a steamboat exem-
- hion on the Persian Gulf.sotho door
j keeper had but little to do while mv
; t.,s was bein- decided. I ivhiled
!kWilV nn .oni. nr wn nrtnininrr
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i the whereabouts of my old acquaint-
: ances, who had deceased the ten
' J"fn,'H l,,cv:ous-
"There are a large numba; of mv
! 1 re?" I remarked inquir
"Nt very many," was the rep'y.
"JCbn Becar is here, I snpj.ose?"
! ".ui any urn jccar, wa.smeiin.,
! "lam surprised," I answered:!
t n. ii ii. . .1.1. ...ii i
j.ou uecar, me uato seiier, not in
.. .... .
paham was more regular in his at
tcmiaiice at tno mosque, ami he
j howled hia prayer like a dervish. He
zealous in kce.oing
r the faitliful in the line of duty."
i ... ...... . . .
i "line, sum tne doorkeeper, "true.
! . . " . ...
' 1,ut vou I'-bu kept his eagie eye
i . . , ,. .
ho intently fixed on his nrighbor
, . . , . . ,
! feet that his own got oil" tho road, and
when ho pulled up it wasn't at the
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, i 1 i i i i tt-
: place he had calculated. His p,av.
i . .
! ers were pleasing to a truo believer,
j , . rv wnv . , ,r , n
, . . - ..
i uoiniJ ininLTM in monoruoii. incv
failed to pass current here.
4,lFfv fared it with Tfatlz ho
! scribe? He was charitable. No man
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' t-i ..m-
i "Hafiz cidgvo many shekles to
! Ul0 1)0,.r racli year, but it was
way ho ve it tliat sroij0(i the effect
of his character.
He gavo not from
which will insure me Paradise, and
j fanoicl that was charity. V'hen the
j widow of Selim, the mule driver.em-
; brother, he required all the la w per-
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. I might as well havo let my
n . i ii i i 9 ir j
ther havo the land. Ho answered,
i i i t tt
C law rriVCS it to me TO to. He
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j 4yay and compromiso with his con-
i i -i i ii r i
! cninnnn l,V CnllClMlliinnr O fTltll nf llli
thing of value, and receive in re-
turn that which damns him. Tho
. - .
oppressions ana graspings of liatiz ;
were exactly balanced in number by ,
hit charities, but he died worth a '
million; tho oppression side was the :
heaviest in quality. We keep verr
accurato books vou observe."
Abdalla. tho maker of shawls " i
"No he isn't here. Ho was ardent i
teacher of the rules the prophet gave i
to tho faithful, but he was the worst
practicer I ever had any knowledge
of. Tno strong waters of tho Giaour
ruined his prospects. H preached
i n ' i i i i ii i f an being entirely changed at least
I profits to charity. Compromising i and a phvsical nature that, was con-i , v , . , rt
tt i-i u mm i i, i i ii nuuiiy,; uuiigiiica rooms, the out
! never did work in such matters, lhe ; stantly pusl ing I mi tho commission I , .
.iimiiuuiiui jiitn iur ucui ouiuv- , in pjii, iiit ;i:,unl iii iiiif,, ii ii i 1 1; .
abstinence from wine, but ho con -
stantly partook of the forbidden
'h'ink. Ho loved wine, ami immcdi -
' ateI.v proceeded to deceive Jumsuil
: that he had dyspepsia, and had
! take it. Hearing onco that strong
"()uJi' vras mi annucio ior me une
' ' a serpent, no absolutely moved
into a provinco whero serpents
j abound. Ho talked loudly about
I d" tony, but excused himself fur
"ve courses iy noming wiai
'i0 needed it to keep Ionised up. He
! succeeded in deceiving himself, but
he couldn't deceive us."
"Kahkania, tho poet, whoso songs
wcrG a11 in Pis0 of vhtuo. 'l lic'rc-
lhe fervent goodness that produced
sr.ch morality must be safe.
"Quite wrong, my dear .sir. Kah
ksini's poems wero beaut if id, but
bless-you, ho never felt the senti
ment in them. He had an itching
j fcr fame, and writing spiritual poems
! happened to bi his best hold. If ho
! could have written comic hongs bet-
j tor than hymns, ho would havu writ-
ten comic songs."
1 "Who h.ie you hero pra' '
j "Hnadi, the camel shoer, is here."
! ".Saadi ! V1 , ha wn.i co: ..'.:nA)
j violating the laws of the pri hct."
j "True, he would ei n uie tl
camels ho was shoeing. But he was
! alwa; s sorry for it, i.nd ho would
! mourn over the infirmities of hi tern-
' por.and strove honestly ami z,';dous-
! Lv all the time to live In'k r and be
better. II did not malo a grand
'dceess,but he did the best he could,
' He gave liberally j;,4his substance.
and without bleating it all over Ispa
I ban. When he gave a dirhem, lo
didn't pay the newspapers two dir-
hems to make the fact public, which j
j is my dilliuiiion of the genuine
I charity. Then there's Eirdust, the
"He never rave anything-
, i ,
( plainly not, for ho had nothing
. to irivn I m iii'iiiilir'l iipivt nsks nn.
; ' -..w .
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. ; iii;Muuuir!. xx: oiuci iiau i hoi
t it if he had had it, and he hied hard
to get it. Then there's Jelal-ed- j "al,y to ,?6" Rr ftn(l the un
(m " j light. All articles which may be
"He couldn't make a praver."
"Tiiie.but he said 'Amen'to those
h could, and meant it, v.hioh was
more than half those who made the
prayer could j-ay."
"And Wassaf, the teacher, where
f . . . , ,1 1 ... ,.1 , .
! " I1"" ut",utu :
' life no man ever led
, me no man cei itci.
i uir. . i i . .
" oui occ.q.ic n
low place." .
, ; ..t t ' A.
ic, but it was no credit to him that
. . , ,
' inn-. UUV llr 1 tl 11U 11CU1L 1U 1I1IU lllUb
i ho did
..il.il'IlliliiiVViii..iWilliVi. iAV. r
olcved the laws of tlie prophet be -
I " . i i ,,
cause he could not do otherwise
! then credited himself v illi what he
' r ....
: counl not avoid. He could not bo a
i thin bhi.d..d lohiv-n
; had not moral force enough to com-
' mit a decent sin, and thisinabiltiv to i
j an iceberg, plumed himself upon'
( iiini" luuii . ; ii .i , i ; n' u u iv:-I J l tl -
! . . 1
cr, who was at times a g utton and a
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j wme-bibbcr, and al the rest of it, is
. . , ... , '
' Keveral liem lies Ii hrhov t Kin sfif.
, n. t i , i -, ii
! dron he was robust, he had the ap-
I f i i
. ,i , . ... .
I iitita i-if ln ill l 11 norivic -if Villi i
! that it way wron&, fought against it
! manfully. He fell frequentiv.for tho
. . . . .
evil one knew his weak moments, but
he rose and fought against hinuelf
and managed to come out victor at
least half the time. There was no
more merit in Wassaf's virtue than
there is in an ice-burg's being cold.
But for a burning volcano liko Agha.
to keop himself down to an even
temperature, that was great.
My friend, it ii liot worth while to
enumerate, but well, you will know
more when you get inf-ide. Y'ou have
seen the sdv-rrrkets of Jami.
; a iccnd with much fizz anil maJ;o a
J beautiful show, but, alas! beforo
; they reach tho skies they explode and
j disappear in a licet ox ilanio. lr
ciseJy so with many men. They soar
! aloft on their profession, but they
100 410 uso a vulgarism, ;ourst ueioro
they attain Paradise, and go down in
! a sheet of llamo.
The true believer, who practices
what ho believes, feathered with
works death shoots him oiT, ho pier
ce the clouds, and lands ou tho right
side of the river.
"At this point," contained Abou,
j "I invoke. My ideas of the future I
opinion is that in New Jersey, aa ia
Persia, there arc a grct many peo
ple deceiving themselves. Go tby
way. Bo virtuous and bo happy. I
would rest me."
TREATMENT OF DIPHTHERIA.
The following rules for tho preven
tion or extirpation of diphtheria
form tho concluding sentences of a
report submitted recently by .Dr.
Stephen Smith of tho Board of
"I'm cvrnoNs. The Dwelling on
Ai'.ujTMK.vr. Cleanliness in and
around the dwelling, and pure air
l"S nlecping rooms aro of
u,,,0ait portanoo wherever any
j con anions disease is prevailing, as
. eleanhnes tends both to prevent
; llUil hnngato it.
Every ditch and
source of filth around and in the
hour;o should bo thoroughly ro;
moved; cellars ami foul areas should
be cleaned and disinfected; drains
thouhl be put in perfect repair; dirty
walla and ceilings should be litue
washed; and every occupied room
fthould bo thoroughly ventilated.
Apartments which havo been occu
pied by persons sick with diphtheria
should be cleansed with disinfect
ants, ceilings limewashed and wood
work I ain ted ,the carpctf.bcdclothetn,
j upholstered furniture, etc., exposed
boiled or subjected to high degree
of heat should bo thus disinfected.
Such rooms should bo exposed to
currents of fresh air for at least ouo
week beforo rc-occupation.
"Vwxl CuiLDiittN'. Vhcn diph
' llll'M L ik I 11 ' II I I I II r Till f'lMUl Kllfllllll
A t .
1. " i ' f
"ooweti iu lijss urango cnuuron.
e m .
i nor thrio Kntui-mrr frnm unra i n rrxnt
j (the disgmstmg custom of compel-
ling children to kiss every visitor is
.1 well contrived motlird nt iirnn(rn.
i ting other grave diseases than diph
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theria), nor should it sleep with ot
, il V t ' A 1
I menu;, iioi Miuuui ii euccp wim or
I l)o conlinctl ti vooitlu oeemiied W ni
: me arti les (as toys taken in the
1 ... 1t . . , . . . .
mouth, handkerchiefs, etc.) belong-
. . , , . . ...
ing to, children having isore thoat,
nuu i. or I'uiuir j, ii uio wcaiuer
! . t . , ., , , . " Wf",,ufr
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in com, me cniia Riiouui uo warmly
, nit-K, in uiy, wuu uirea rooms, ana
. :.. a ii .. . i .
ihl, 8"rCe tp"":
i uiiougu ine mr, oy personal coninct
with the sick, and by articles used
about them or in their rooms, shoald
lie rigidly guarded. Every attack
soro throat, croup, or catarrh
ii ill i ii iii. mm
t should bo at onco attended to. The
, , . . i,A, , , . . .
feeble should bo at once attended1
, . fr, . , . , ... .
to. Iho feeble should have invig
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goratmg food and treatment.
ricK CniLDiiEN, lhe fiick should
. . . . , . , . .. . , ' .
IkA I'lirtilll' ll-nlntiil ia 1 I 1 1. .
"v 'r- v iu " i;u niieu iiu
through tho external wiudow by ,
depressing the upper and elevating .
tho lower sash, or a chimney heated ,
by a fire in an open fireplace, all
discharges from tho mouth and Dote i.,
should be received into vessel , com
tuning disinfectants, as solutions of,
carbolic acid or sulphate of zine, or h .
upon clothes which are immediately
; burned or (if not burned) thorough-
ly boiled or placed under a disin-..
The Eugeno Library Association li''4
accumulating books. It has now
over volumes of good work.