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VENTILATION.
I.
CHAFTBB
In
th"M
H"
tiON.
he
that
dose
a
of
kill
school
feriog
bait
shiners"
"
turn
that
supply
in
the
its
place.
is
misfbrtnne
bat
the
of Oaloutta, that
mind
If
in his
he
and
;
tnm
knows
exhausted,
he
and
the
cause,
has
not
pnisoil
suf-
both
are
often
and
tIi
put freah
little
a
of
want
:
his
seen
after
water, and
of
pail
probably
has
to
deak
fiahermitn
n
"
/eading
without
is
boy
the
of
a" body
school
our
baas, he
for
bait
backs
water
the
soon^Ks,
obokUig, quietlyexpire
"
hsve
garden,
a
in
aoonmnlated
and
dilKoalties, and
to
their
on
in
lift }
and
deadly poison-"
most
praotioal ezo||^noe
a
fVaph air.
of
he
if
large and
a
health
preMrre
miee,
kill
hare
moit
is the
man
tree
a
has
he
people
would
And
fitom
not
Hole
fur want
catches
I"
men
room,
Blaok
the
of
it will
jar
under
knowledge
about
that
tbey
breath
a
knowledge,
gather
of
will
it
room,
air, if
ViiiTiLiL*
MMmething aboat
bojknowi
initoooe,
the
in
oolleoted
'"
for
of freah
that
knuwa
whool
OTery
knows,
aapplj
eonitant
"
d"ji
air,
in to
water
.
Were
a
would
them, neither
they
against
the
this.
idea
The
that
rendered
sonorous
she
lofed
tips. "WhatfoUyJ"
breath
man
a
it
and
the
Av^uihu
will
reposed
aotion
the
animal, whether
of
old
if
a
not
breathing
each
and
d
a
pdka
soon
aid
only poisoned
was
say,
did
nsture
in
aim
of
will exehum
repudiate with
bryn tongue,
ibgieswiU
point
poisoned,
many
his
on
ludiily for
that
reached
Doubtless
it
everlastingly,
him
hurtfiil"justas
social
has
air.
firesh
the
ilM^e/ma
by
work
inhabitants
but
"shiners;"
the
only slightlysuffocated
entranced
when
whispered that
of
mason
nor
are
in
life
to
dwelling air-tight,the
or
ftte
carpenter
perfection, so
come
the
share
soon
soon
ball-room
modern
air
te(^,palate tnd
""to
know
other's
insinuate
when
she
that
made
breaths, would
""%I %-"(f^if'p,
s
Imnodlwill,
of the clot^oompliiio
Moiyaftereipm^Iog oootompt fur Teotilation,
and
nuh
of the rooBy or liMintr, or nilnajr
to tho door
iMM
oar,
a
for roUcC
W
N"v"iib"l"H
yhf ifijarioiu."
af
both old tud joiing
Of
,
and unbelief of
Bat notwithstanding
the ignoranoe
tion of the world,acieutifio
mm
ways and
to
means
protiotman
are
a
greatpof"
sltU busily
eoRsgedin
by means
of
and
physical
'
I
have noilf
w,
oontriTsnoes under the second system, flu"ingenious
pumps, icrews and other contriranoas,
ners, f"Mrtiog
pumps, suoking
In 1668, H. Sehmita published
iht
too numerous
to mention.
allsorts of
moTod
to
in
Tl
hi
a
of the fanner
ment
establi"hed by
was
of
means
Ifa
au
more
elockwdrir,
ar
acom]^te ohamberoTer head,
simplethan compaet; iftoeeupied
md WM
set in noby motion by a heavyweight. The weightraa
down, pdKng
"lowly
for the
screws
iometlmes
were
its rope tillit reaohed the
theyare admirable
Not
prodiieed.
adaptedto
other to
eerew
a
on
many
years ago
one
building,
public
a
it b
not
both
it out,"but honor of horrors,
the air for the British House of Commons
miil^dtllats.
tion
the dr
screws
on
floe uetgwi^
a'
in and the
th
blew down
nc
dfl
for oooling
admirably
speaking
; theyanswer
be
in each
to
one
where
servant
muve
in Indb,
can
a
kept
moved
and Mr. 3abbt'ii monater
fiiniksrs,
by steam,cool
rricmf
air"
of
oouple
to serew
wl
reaulte
stattliog
worth while
the air
a
a
wi
floor. Am
parlour
of the
aocount
00
Of the faonen
gust of eontempi upon the airyprojector.
with
"i
"
throughthe oeiling,
dtsoending
great fanner,wliioh,
alit. The moTOwithin
and fro,pendulumwise,
a mighty
soheme of
h
mechanient
We
ftom beingpoisonedby his fbllow man.
"enlilation,
devisinif
But
as
at
an
czpcnae of over
for ventibiion" -that b
fch
half
ftesh
circnlaiiug
\
useiebs. So fiur^
then,ss nuekanical venttl*iheysro perfectly
it may be pronoanoedn
b
to
ooncemed,
adapted buildings
fiulnre.
WJ
"..,
.
whioh imilatea the
*FeN"t2b"Cim-~that
Bat:PXiyfteol
aatnie, aid whose
itadf ai
a
chief agent b
greatraccen.
Iiinatnro
heat;haa
at
of
pro'eew
itb said"-the iSWn b the lord*
high ventilator. He rarefleethe idr in one plaoeby hie heat,
thin or warmed
teld and letsthe air be denie ; thj^
ehtwhere permits
j^^44i-r. '^
to
lengtheetabUehed
ai
M
II
;"""i
tnn"di-
air rfm
and tha danta air rwhaa
aodlam wiodi and ourraota,Natnra'i
with
flre-pUoa
a eomiaon
weightof coal,la
an
t
M-Aaiitcal
bftTOIHMIf
oord of
wdod;or
an
haadrad
good imitationof the Sun't ijatem
the lira
"
the oold air ruahae from the doora
ehimney,aa
oonntriaa to tha
aurronndiog
W*l"g dcaerta,
aa
legs,
nedu, and baoka
While one aide ia beingtoaated,
tha
to the moat aoeptical.
the
fliom
dranghtaabout the
aide ia beingfroaen,ao
iNflar
ftui-
m,"
to the
a
hara
wa
Of oouMf
worka.
vaotilatiog
quarterof
atoeodiog
current,and
wiadowa
^^jpA
t
a
a
lla plaot,
ao
rappij
to
that a
haa to raToIre aa
man
on
a
rpit,
ia order
of heat and oold.
to let each aide have ita piop"r quautitj
Tka old aet^Tera
bate a aupetatition
that ao aoon aa thejbuild a new
"h"d lh"
honaa and
oeiling,
I
b"
head,
nght na
Ai
which when
Mivw^^
oooling
balf
iugfl"h
\
How
ranotd
"'
raisiMof
UblklMd
thelofd*
bit
r
hMt,
wanted
all thia m'ghtbo managed;
differently
how
aueh a
catiTy
miafortnne mightbe rtmedied.
With 0|"enflueaor fita plaoea
in
in
hall
the
aaeh reon, and a ventilating
atova
ounnaotad by a pipe
would
there
be
bat every
with tha air jaithottt,
no
draught,
notouly
room^n the houaa would be keptat tho aame temperatureby a ooh"
wbioh would he changed
of 'warmed,
itant atream
not heated air,
air
four
fiveminutea
or
and replaced
by freah every
duringtha day.
**
Ye",yea"a venerable old ladywill lay, *' I aoppoae I mighthave
,
ivontU*-
"Ppibla*( would
and aa a oonaeqnenoa enjoy
ventilatioui
pplcndid
pyatam'of
robuat health. From thia theymove
to a new
hotue with
whatever and no open flttea. Here theyaittbemaelvea
fireplaoe
no
down by cooking
or parlor
btovea,and half atnpified
by the foul and
hiated
of
of
dreiAn
air,
Soon,however,
long^eare
happineta!
0T.er
the blood becomea leeaand Iciapure and diaeaae aeta in to ob^inan
I
aa"y victory
Bun, cool
OTor
reaaon
but that
abode,
tha moat
fMBen
in cneh
good deal
moat
a
lew down
I
the
a
"
And tli"
r
But
Thia haa
almoat carry,one of the youDgatera
out at tha ohininey
top. In other worda thfylivein the midat of
ig rwttltt
"
rule.
being the
to die.
ia,not that a
they tbemaalvaa
tha anthora of their own
miafortuuea. For inatanoe,
old
are
an
haya been in the habit alltheirUvea of living
in a loghouaa,
oonple
and a dntoh fireplaoe,
with walb windowa and4oora not over tight
vr
I
aura
anpemal pow0r enviea their new
BBort
rir,
le
into it theyare
Iha appaaranoe of
moT"-
oor.
move
'*
all thia ai the ezpenae of
a
hnle or /lueaa jon oaliit in tswj
^J,
.SpSs^l'i
'V* ''1|.",PPJ|pf"fMB"*
!^^
4*
"
**
"
!"
doo'l mUih
but jo"
roouu
for Ui" aak* of rnliUyoa
thai
"MOO
MpmiM
boOM
"
M
wltb
to floM
pMtiM wbo;objoot
Tbej
windowf.
orwy
bo
"w
roan
U maj
of tbo
bo
f"".
bdll "! Iho
ol^^JtUmii
flvo ftt all" tbf rod
boat
MMh
diiguiaodbj
Joko
oratr
b tbat tho ifM
if'
lire pUoM. will atiek tho wallo fU|
or
will bayo
of mj
appMniiM
II is ia tiIo to UU
omUj
Tbo
fuu.
rtgittonor
I"
BO
"Mi//" bowoTcr
th9koUintk0
nonUl
m"
iaat b
with opoa
hooM
"
.
Ui"
ipoiliDg
room,
pU
".
to look at
aomotbiognioe
matlw
no
9'-
tho air/ood which thojart iDhalingto
and nnhoaltby
fllthj
tho blood I
to
throughtho
.
.
.
if wo
arohttoeta,
nodtra
poblio nooUhga,wo
or
Long uaj
let
they beliere that
hope
na
that whaa
go to Ulla
wo
do^
oan
w"
pant altar fraah air,and
can
head-aohea,ioflamaUooa,and
with
"ad
go to ohnrah
If
dtlightfnl
aermooa.
moat
.
.
"
.
.
Thanka
'"^"
"
"
"
",
or
oonoorta
oomo
boo*
indpioat eonavniptiooa.-"R-,
langa aro wind inatnuaeata of braaaj
theydo get a featiUUagflt theywiU
profw atraagemaohiaoa, pnmpiag, "orewiag,ateoMiag apparatna,
40 tho
atOTo
TfatilaUng
dwelliaga.
orer
to aet it
oelebrated
The
iiiiloTo of fnah
a aaUor
"hip-board,
reqneai
He
telle
waa
rednoed
waa
taken
f"lt the
henofooner
who
died the other
aUribnted
a^^e,
air.
pipeaad
night throi"h aU ov
lloatiBg
day aad
Humbolt,
of
aiaetyyean
hia eameat
bearea,which i^oirea hot
fir of
aipplepun
oool
on
b^
that in
he
enjoyedto
of hie travela
ferer to the hut ga"p, and
deck
air than
one
to die.
he
began
a
day,ooosiderably
good health
the
na
a
on
al
Bnt
strangeto
aay
to
ntiTo,and
he
^ereDtoally
reooToi^.
perfeetly
Those
then who
cxelndo
the freah air firom their Inngs,
take tho
int
important
step towards mining their oonstitntions. The mon
in
olose
d%
thai wholesale deatroyer
the ftoavatow,
om
loooma
they
the joBon
tender theybeeome and the mora
theyon?o okwka, ooala!
^
wnppen,
eoaforten,India mbben, and
"Lookl
they exehum, "at
^,Ufe.
Who
erer
the
aaw
%ef, moont
"
a
Lion
in oork
aU
aolea,or with
his great oost when
the other
the prognss
a
of BiaB.-
throat f
son
he goes out to
Mesringsof
a
Oin
sooial party?
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"^"-
"% 'W,
"
\
DoM
HagUaoar
an
a"a
"
lain f
or
wllh
uoibNUa
an
lUa liaadto
orar
kaapofftha
ihaia laloriaa ; and il
aloaa,ooflipraluMda
Man
Uul ka kraa Oiaa bial.
li wkaa ba la laaalkaalthj
aHllagby iCoTa baak In
in
to
a
a
room
with
that than b
no
[Ha
b
aoUiIngto
iffii
lia
a
of tha ftml air "aoaping
poaHbill^
during
aran
a
atora
pipa hob into
tha
ohimnaj,
for tha haalth of bb
with i^ praiaaworthy
oara
bndlord,
baa
""
unTtntilatcd rooin
indaad,bnt ebotd
eblmnajr
a
Thara b not
an
b oftan
Wboarar travala a good d||l
eloaa badroon.
aioppadcithar with tin,abch,or wood. Thera b a
that yon auy ahnt in aU tha flwl ab, and kaap
ao
not
tha door
H !". If yon
to tha baat
happanto
room
tainad
bad.
ba
a
man
that aontaina a
of nota, yon ara probably
thown
nfbaatingmaobina aalbd a enr-
11 mnat bo
anonghto hara dilntad Aral air,
round yonr paroon. llib may bo
eondanaad aa oloaa aa poaalbla
oallad tha Pobon YaponrBath,and b anjoyadin tha gnatmt paribotioB in
^
a
thraai^tha
how
inthan
ftathar bad.
Tha
ikin,and moat
aBK"thar tha flaab. Bnt than
affMtnally
faathan b
lyingon
talb na
80 it b not
a
a
pratont tha tranapiratioft
aignof gantb braading.An andant writar
Ung'a wifa found
ont whathar
bar
ladygncat waa
pbead thraa paaa in tha yonng
iriderably
lialbom
to
HDJojed
and
tniTebon
daapinj;
by tha
oompbinodthai aha had baan prarantad
p, and ml
harahaab.
geto
tha untantilatadbad
i,and
my
he
ovar
prinocaa.Sha
thaaa llftaenfaathar badu
So you aaabbod
room
rhemora
thair haada
tham undar tho bad olotheatill thayan
iMNMi
morningtha young |ody
lumpaundar
willtill. Nazi to tha abaa atora room,
and ftathar bad ara tha moat iogaoioua
aontriranoiafbr tha daatmotion of human
many paopbcotar
bnrinjWi
taketlM
In tha
n
bad,
lady'a
and to oom^ata
tho
lift,
with nightoapa, or atiok
to put out thair
obligad"
I
to pnrant aetaalBuffoaation
^
"Ul
nan
lo tnal
Bfaa.^
it
On
UpartjrT
of
upon tho propntiaa
air,
mightba aa unftrtnnate m tha young Oambridgaatudent who waa
hb wiadom ai a dinnw party. Ha waa moat aloqnaDt
"iriag
upon
laaland eoU,ndiaHon,nreftetion,
polarand aqualorial
onmnb,
hb diaeouiaato aa and, batumad
round
whio ha had brought
Jbo.;,
""
do
lir,
aaying, And wfaal^
ipOB " gMTo pn^Maorof hb eolbga,
I
Mingiof
in aeiantiflotarma
,tf:J^^k:s^
"
yoQ bdlieve to be the
'*
canse
Pea-flonp,
pea-soap t
eniifioor
joo in
plainway,
some
Air is composedof
ment
in
The learned
So I shall avoiili^
much
terms, and oootent
anoommon
a
"
of wiod ? "
of the
two
myselfwith
replied,
man
soipossible,
ta
desoribing
of air.
propnties
commonest
simpleelements,and
About
feiysmall proportions.
as
-T
one
-,
oompoM
80 partsin
100
an
'j/
is composedof a
air,'
ment
and
kind of air
of
apparently
no
nse
or
a aiaii
gas called nitrogen,
except
to
of the other
dilate the
01
element,a gas or
simple
The compound element fii^iili
:
partsin an 100 of the atniosphere,
and forms about one part in 2000 Upmt.
a gas calledcarbonic acid,
name
air composing
al
air. It is compoundedof oxygen and carbon,
element oir
a simple
substance which composes the greater part of coal and
pfos toit
itschief characteristics.
.j
The air cellsof the
L.
causes
Inngsare filled
upon
air to rush into any
either side of the
the
cavity.These
and communicate with
chest,
and nose,
windpipe
or
month.
that graviprinciple
tation
situated
are
the air
throughthe
Three evident effectsare
produced
upon tlM blood in the
lungsby the actionof air.
ed from
is raised,
and
brightred,itstemperiiture
a
to
purple
diminished in
a
dispute.The
d^ree
.
,
Its color is change
Doubtless other effects are
qoantity.
about tiiesethere is no
00
itis
but
produced,
of effectproduced,
de-
and quality
of air to
pendsu*ponthe quantity
the blood has been subjected
in the lungs.
'
the action of which
Hie
"
of the ur has been already
stated; but after it
composition
lungsit is very different; insteadof 20 partsin an 100 it
contains but 16 of oxygen, and contains nearly
4 partsof eaibonio
acid. It is very full of moisture as may be seen by breathing
upon
"tfnitrogen
has not changed
in an appreoiglan. Its proportion
aUe degree.If a person applyhis month to the mouth of a b"llthe bottom of which is wanting
f^Ma bottle or decanter,
or hat a
hole btoken in i^ and then pushthe bottlea short distance into k
of water, he can draw all the air in Uie bottleinto his Inngi,
psil
liSsves
the
.
-
ftbm which he
r
-
can
breathe the air back into the bottl^.^
This must
be 80 lieldin ^e water that it shallfollow
up into the botlJe as
"X.
.^
the
"-*r..",-"t44."'6JiM!i.''.'*i-
-"
.w"=
"^^^'^''
"^*"-**(
replied,
an
BoiMsiblei
"".
l(H"""P"l""J"
"^"WP
"
",*
".%
out, and when
is drawn
the bottleis agMn filledwfth air,
il
held
aaost be
with the month yet applied
to it and th"
qaitesteady,
iu
i0
loribiog
yet in the
In the meantime
water.
it is homing well,
remoTo
leta mateh be
the month
snd
lighltd^
dropthe betd"
inch into the water,and thmst the match into the month
I,when,
if the
hare been well managed,
Um
experiment
that
the
is
ia
air
instantly
Showing
so
changed
K^"t.
that a matoirwill not bum
ot
fptoot
in it. If any one reqniren
the unhealthiness of air afWr it has been oMt
'
lethim inhale the airhorn another persons nose or moothy
l^m the cool fresh air of morniog into a oipwded,unf enlol*
JMl^niywhich
oar
that grvfi'
itiuted
has trarelledalluight.^
.Then,as the air comingfrom the Inngsis not snUablatoJbo
receiyedagain,
and as a large
is used in a very Httletime,
it
quantity
followsthat allzooms should be perfectly
Tentilated.
comby hayibj^
mumcation with the Grand reservoir the stmosphere
vnrrpandMi^
the earth. This should evidendy
be more
attended ."to
carefully
than duringthe day,as then the opening
and
du^ng the nights
and the fires
of doors^
in oold weather,
willtend to puri^
shutting
and change
the air in a room
E zperiment
snd accidenthave proved
that carbonic acid breathed out from the lungsis so very poisonous
"
on
bronghthe
)
produced
r
isehang-
*
1,and itis
.
Imt
daeed,
that 10 per coat, will destroy
the lifeof animals,
and many hnmau
have lost their livesby goinginto welb,
tombs and other
beings
deidnced,
lof which
mt after it
g
nee
bdlhat
to pass into the
draw,the gas is likely
seems
of
cause
"c.
headaches,
room
out
with-
Doctor T: iS!.
the old adtfg6
atr,
r^rd to ipnrci
worth.'
If
dtOnld
air
bo mdnopocost,nothing
true, nothing
**
In
*
itstahie wodtd soon txispimoiste^.
gidlon,
^th aetitfr
state of the body genendly,
healthy
exercise of all partsof the body,but particulariy
the mvsclei of
and expiration,
and vftuUaitd ajiartmeflfle,
ai" .the ehief
inspiratioB
aotioliof the Mr"nd
bloMi
thingswhich eoidaeeto the perfect^
eaeh
the
And
other
itbas
been
thai
|n
as
seen
out of
"p6n
hrngs/
sold by Xb"
He continu6s--^ A.
a
into in
This most
.^
as
a
vast
sny smoke, great
ZamUrt above quoted,
:
siiys
lized and
his Inogs,
tde
of most articled
a
burning
produces
when
and
of
a
quantity
btirning, pan
chamber has produced
life.
eo much
as to destroy
a
a
ihing
npon
in appreoi'
or
it,coal
If 4 gratedo not
ifcaihonio
a
it existed. The
greatdeal of
coals pUcedin
aaniOOit
of
where
places
the
V,
^,,
ii^^ff.
""",
ffl"'':"*^j5^"g6^^*.^
"""""A-if
.rvi~f "-
*It
-^"
^
""r
.\.:
the "U"^ if aot
fA" okief
foUowi that if
penon
nX
a
duty of
tnmld
eold,if
be
penon
and he in leia danger
keptwarmer
draughtof air ahaU comenpon
iimepei^Uy/'
that
we
aee
that pnre air
easaj
air,but
on
the
on
the bkiod
aetiogon
and fonl air diaeaae and death.
But
of
meana
aneh
in
%
the pei*on, but "!
a
Tiraa
S^Moiall
j
not
aleepiogapartment be rentilated,
a
nightin
be done
oannot
ovt doora.
oept there he oonunuQicationwitli
nightwill a
it ia "o^
Heaee
the ooMeat
with hia apartment TentUated,which
pvodoM heat,U
preaenre hia gMMi
air t
pure
wataer
peraon will aleep
a
to
he must
warm
brmthe
and
health,take ezeraiae,
infened, that
be
k
longi,
the
prodneea
objectia
onr
it into
bringing
inHn
to
not
itt
dweUingaand
our
'
"
Bailwajcan.'We
"
V
.
'
.
have aaid that mechanical
Not
nfidlore.
Oara,aa
thoee of
-tilated cara
of
mechanical
onr
rentilation
readera who
the Obahd
on
of
by meana
atream
ao
yentilating
cap on
in anmmer
air,purified
a
of
quantity
air ia alao
teatify.There
can
the top of the oar,
by paning oter
to the inmates
of the
itn winter,but
anpplied
atove.
aimplebut meet eUnent Tcntilating
a
duat there ia outmde, not
water
deposited
in^tiio
a
cornea
particle
or
out
we
a
that
aee
'^
eontinnona
largeahallow
The
car.
by
aame
of
meana
No matter how
much
into the car, beeaoae it ia
no
of the montha
diaaaaed their lungaor ihroata may
how
a
wanned
And
tank undemeaih.
tobacco ia spitor blown
filthy
appliedto Bailway
aa
haTO traTdled in RuTTAN'"'Ten-
Trunk,
tank of water, is fimuahed
to honaea,ia
applied
tentilationa"
matter
how
muoh
of the paaaengera,
be,the strongdownward
air cairieaoff the perfiuie
without compelling
euniillof
theirftUow
pimmfgfn to awnllow it. Indead" ao perfectia the working of
BunAM'g
i^ateinin
that the paiaBwgyrs
anpmer
ei^oythe benefti
ia
of ndlwi^traydling.Hia ipiotto
rapidity
,.,"a,.x:.
'''"[.".
it;'-":",
..-f
::";/".;/:
'tpon air'and;plentyaf
,^^,;.
of
with
ateamboat,
the
'
^
As
i^gaidaBmrAii'a
apoflo to deaeribe
hmk^Bg.
That
it^hut
aode
we
of
may
day and night,in
wn
hooseo,
tentilating
aay that he puts Lintos
aummer
vbA
hmt
net
into the
th"o
winteiv
ia
a
'5
-91^4
^ ifK.ftf^f'
Aieim
'.
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J^'.'^
dT fresh air,
pouringthronghevery
ventilatoras Mr.
a
in the hovse. Of
room
in winter
it is WMmed
iOf TeatUation whioh
aetion of nature.
bj pusiogthroa"^a Tentilating
to eaU it. This is
Rotten delights
we
denominate
As
beoatle it
ph^ftkaly
the heat of the desert dmws
so the ventikting
stove
ooontries,
sorronndiog
air fnm
ontside the house
or
the
attraete
the railway
oari and this
the oold air and tekesitspkee.
expels
ventilation may offihd
hot-air arohiteot,
will leavethis partioolav
we
ihg any partionlar
systemof
ir or
devote a few pages to eoosid"i
illhealth than the want of fteahair.
and
at piresent,
sobjeot
onr
mfitfiir^
to
^
oaoses
ttid
rellingi
CHAPTER
honses,!"
0
to
Bailwmy
Travel where
what
rTAB'Brreathat
we
sooiefy
eontiniioiu
ige shallow
The SMiae
down
of
17 means
how maeh
nnable to t^eot
see
#"
No
sooner
leeanseitis
rhowinnoh
(downwnd
theirliiUow
we
we
set
wbeii the dress u
eoverad.. But
lisipiottois
vis : tha*
"
cw
,
-.
.."
t..T,.-.
,
.
,"
"
-
into the.
thite is
a
oar
fellow mortals nU
to
Beouise from the etadlft
and
physio,
erama
ftstensitsfirstdress with in-
honey,or eastor oil,isand iOie
tronbkt
bside,a slypriok^RMt||outside,
**
6f the little pale
"oe" he^n. Ten to ooeJhaitlifr doetor is sent
of
for and other doses are rapidly
some
preparations'
administered,
when thf littlesuffereris put iuto a oradle aai
laudanum probably,
sent to sleepby prodnoing
giddiaieai
by aotive rooking
giddiness,
beng a distwrhanoeof the blood'susual way of oireulation. Pcihap*
What
pinsV"
the benefti
have net
or, steamers,enter
railways
is the blessed baby born thian
the watehfnl nuae
workiDgof
ti";
on
findnine-tenthsof
the laws of health at defianoe1
itethroata dose of
iinmenble
'
will,whether
may,
faringfrom ill-healtb.Why is this?
#:tiiegrave
we
we
n.
the mlomel
and
ef the raw
ehan^,tho esteblishme^t
the
nurse
has learned one
in
/thing
wfflbe dis*
tiieifaaantimo,
of kudanum
and that
a world of trouble
save
prepaiationl
ifitdoes not P"'odMehealthy
at aU events,
giddiness
produeessleep,
inlobe awakened
ehildiindergoee
foietlThisBUBt tOTture tM^poor
out of itssound deep to have some
food. Nature of Xxrarse does noi
know hsfW Often the infant oughtto be fed^
(akhoVshewould feed
^v
'^tt. Jtn-jhrSf
""
.^i^-jaetk.
V """..-.
"
"
til*ehild is to be pat to
onidla,or
some
tengHa Umao. After Um Ibodl,
either bj the rooking
lb*
ohidr,
sleepagain,
ihe iato b"
U "?flfjfour boon,)m
of iffY.fFmafow^a
aootbing
aynip.
into it
Well yoa haTO the baby at adrantage-HMpitch
and pi
"an.
Vary itspleasares
by alternate!
j raokling
in nvrsing,
keep its stomaoh ifl
attemptno regularity
fennent,and yon
a
misemble
In
ky
the foundationof
life.
a
dyi"pqptifl"
.,
a child,
most people
are
guidedby their
weaning^
their oonTeuienoe,theywill not allow nature
business at all,but will wean
to have
a
eitherbefore the firstteeth
aftertheyhave arrived at the biting
point.Then instead
theywean all at once, by means of bitterafa)MOrt(iK"
gradually,
diug. Were tJieladiesweaoed of their tea by beingsuddenly
'tTMisferredto gall,
how would theylike it? or from hoopedpettiooats by beibgrolledlike Begidu* in a cask stuek fullottpike$}
other
./
:
jBlth" mode would be about
-
^liaiit
bouses are
reasonable in one
oonstraoted that
so
no
tWonly eouvenieooe for
In tkb
diUdrsn.
room
the
nuiae
is retsined for
unveintilated
be^-room
and
threo^ or
to
as
four
or
more
window,wfaioh is kq"t
there is perhaps
one
olosed and stuffedallwinter,
"o
earefnlly
in the other.
as
ease
fitroom
a common
Indeed,in moet.easeii,
Bursory.
w
as
I If
keepout draughts
ehimpeyjit is of eourse olosed with a bond, and the
door is shut to keeptt" the ndse. Here the poor ddieate things
and by the same
white and tender,
grow up likestalks of eeleiy,
and air. Then, "s if the mother
prooeaa the ezelnsion of light
wished to deereasethe popuUtion,
fsally
theyare iMit out to walk
ih)M"be
a
draases and bare Uge. How
ia thai uppear
liko to be traaicd la the
xathar eool ecmlbrt
and
U
to
"am"
wayf
would
Would
mammn
and papa
they apt find
it
imitatetheir firstparantsin this diaMtaf
yet their ehiklreaare
of the
same
of ehildren is
idfai^I This e^^peenre
;
one
fieah aad blood aa thenreason
of the greatin-
aad should be diseouateaaneed by every
eonaaaiption,
thtekiag
pareat
letthem aof
XSiUdrsa shoald ileepf
tet^aad ezereiseregularly;
ereose
of
'
Bk"iJti^*.** -'"'^
"""
w^f^^'
-^
kcrtlMlM,
BgohidryllMi
ha
do
to
tempted
one
the otherool of the
or
whateTer let them
)Doe
three
[uires
Yet
how
itoieatoof
r"n
between meal*.
hia
saddenly
pettilooped
Uof "ptibef;
inthe oilier.
stained for
be^-room
imr or
to the
some
or
so
little
a
with other pakrcolor,
and
dietof onr children,
keptin
a
stomach,if not
constant state of
snd the triumph
over
paleand sickly,
of a
man
placehimselfin the position
fine morningwith a dose of castor oil
lethim
throat;
thrust hialf
an inch
a
heedcch'
requirementa
In this way the
and swathed in
then be washed
shallbe stuck full of
og
these
colored candies,
is
amdke
into his
one
pins,
or
two of
a
whigh are
lethim then swallow a doae
flesh,
and on the top of that btfrooked to the verge of apo*
laudanum,
in
for a couple
of hours
plezy a cradle, After he has been asleep
let
him
awakened
sheer
be
hening
by " pickled
ezhaustioo,
Hyirom
of
Vbeingthrust into his
mouth,and
how
tee
he would like it/
,
tintsupposing,
that the child beoomea
contraryto probability,
nore
letus
liloh18
kq"t
If
raaghtal
man,
one
rd,and the
ehant
what he doee to renoTate
see
he has.been manufaotured
on
the
hia constitution. Ten
forcing
system,into a
a
to
mm^
iMate thiogs
or
i"ofessional
man, and has taken up his abodo in aomo
in order to be near
his office.Natme
populated
deneely
quarter;
vf the
intended him to be bro^dcheated and
'
Mume
the mother
oat to walk
and pap*
not find il
la
liaoliaMtof
lodaa thenhe
id
greatla-
by emy
jc
ihapeand
allniring
added
invariablj
Let
ipletel
On
pieee the day throagh.The
to digeata meal,ezpeeta a
between each task looka for
are
by
eoane.
regnlar
"
littleare
ehild becomes
lofltorMNB*
"
four honn
or
and
tiskfl,
itineof
d
#^
"".
to
a
but thanlto
peeked,
straight
and confinement he is narrow
tnioing
eariy
dheated and
svtoopa
wingsof a bird.
tfteagency
What hia wife and daughter
have acoomplish"4
throi%h
of t^Th he has accomplished
throughstadyand want of exoroiae.
He don'tfee why his'own
Inogaaad the langsof his wife aad
should
have room to play. He nerer pbycd himself and
daughter
don'tbeUere in it Troe his wifo and danghter
admired the Ei%*
with Besdemona,'" thai
ud wiahed perhaps
liahcrieketara
laatfall;
the dioulder bladea projecting
liko
ftirward,
the
".
HeaTenhadinadethemsuchaman"a8'oneof these. Donbtknathegf
ei them
Ml
them
thought
a
race,
aAperior
^^^*.
never
that fresh
eonaideiiBg
r'A^g'^:^^^
air and
,
fi^-^j^h
,.j.p^-:
-.v"^._t^f
y
14
: ";
."
..
tzeralM
m^hl
tho brotiMT.
hvn
oonfemd
the
boon upon the hvaWnd ""!
Mm"
It if iui"rtaii*t"th"i the
longihave tmj work
but
work too,it being""
they hxre,and rather important
to pat the braath of lifeinto the blood,
whieh theyare
when orampedfor apaoe. By this eompreaaia"
properly
nMn
aa
well
wooden
aa
are
rendered
and'ii
nerrooa
aiertionand fidlan eaigrpv^ to the Dootor and tha
\
The ladiea.
do not allow ns
however,
lost flesh. There ia
a
to auppoae
fioUon of attire whioh woolJ
eriUo the b^ief that American
ipeonlative
ionid
be in their waista,
to
d some
bulgeup
inohee lower behind.
Bat
doctoror milliner it will be found
women
inohef
Bome
on
applioatioa
gronhdleaB
theobj^i
a
behind the Mene0,donot hesitate
prodfptera
to aaaert that dfaif!
the Mlmie illthe way do#n.
We
hare hinted at
let ui now
jpalion^
see
or the
gymnaittnm,
erioket fieldf
nr base
1b^f
Nb,
oeenr*
gentlen"aa*s
our
Irhat is his recreationI
Does
Nay,does he
he go to the
pUy ten pina
even
of these things
mote
him, but about tei
he goea out with his irifelmd daughter
"'elook ai night
to ipendthe
.."*'"itvenwg. Thinly
elad and paokad
in a olosroarriage
theyarriTO at
their hosti,
jump out on the cold patement,in thin boota and ihoet
into the house. Inatead of keeping
from the fin^
end run ahiTering
aU ohilled
M
theynuh-upto a red hot store in a
peoj^e
should,
drcaring
room, ftoai whenee theydescend to drink a onp or Hro of
"siU"()d
tnprooffee. SVom thenoe theyenter the
iMMe hot liquid
the upper sash of
want of TentilaAion,
Ainebg room, wlMNUhwi
none
the irindow has hfm letdown, m
the lower sash raiaed"
""
it is
so
tury hott" r Hera a nice eoontiynose will at once deteot the- nasty
thrit is mixed with eau-de^Mlogne.
Now the gaitiemi"
flwlair,
r,
euddUd ibysome
e"d41"i"MMlady,andthehidieBan
gentlamea^
teetotnmay
and Oey spinarouadthe room like
FMMatljrthoytake
wm
ioe" then
"
lasandak "it k
spasm, then aaotiler daae^
s# "ery hot^"" 4han
a
than supper.
lea then maoearooiil,
then
a
walk
gksa/of
winO,then
on
tha
another
Sabdwidi,tukey,ptttiei^
phinij^agna,
bUmdnanga,bonbosyduaB|Nign^
diarvyy
ehampaga*
,'^"LfJ-i"i:"aat^^,
/"^""4iL.j^t.
.
V
win",j"Uj,
bmndjehenict,
naoMioon,
^""fct*
In
i.iAe.,Ae.
Mmt
ooneliuioD,
perhaiM,
trUI"y
nottoeti
old fMhioq"4
the health of the h"Mt end hoeteei.
I
dmon
I
nther
or
and
horriUj.
OerUialj,
why
U
Deimon, geatw, ^ etil epirlk
bad
natten, jei, yee, ell 70W wy
Ml of indigestiotf,
ipUttiog
^^ m.y with itomMhe
or
inlemedejeti our
eonpeoy
letnni
homo
im ihe liottse
aloiioIhat Itdiei itrhre to thwtit
)
theirfaoea peleuid have them
o'er with the
"t that
palehoe
thejpulldown
\ for exeroiae! aave
of
thonght/'
the blin^.
the marik I
"
7^
Th^j moati
pot a yeil histween
and the ann/ and oany on h%h a greatahield nam'
lloehioldoffhiarajt.
Th^ know bettertha"tfletthe old
loea
god Um
ihem into ooloraa he does the
peaohoa.No, theywill i"*
to the end of the chapter,
and do allin theirpower
pain green firnit
eradioate what littleof the
their folly
haa left They
roee
toilnot, neither doth^ apin,
prefer
beinglike theliUefl,"whieh
yet
I aay nnto you. that Solomon in allhia gloiy
not enayed lik*
waa
fbil oreatniea ever read I U theydo,
one of these !" Bo these fiur,
have theynot ietd that in times of pestUem^)
who bves the
death,
for one on'
dark,strikesthree Tietims on the shadyside of a straet)
tho snnny side ? JDid theyerer see a honse shielded from light
and heat by trees,
abode for man
beastf
that was
or
a healthy
their Minds down fbr fear
Saver, ^ettheywillperustin keeping
themselves moulder into
whilst th"By
of fadpcwtsini-^ iBupets,
:'~-'
early
graces.
T. O. KWIity
We don'tknow whioh is the greater
boneCMtor,
who jpTSs ns para water in abnndanoe oat of allsortsof impossible
is eertain,
thati/
OS air. One thing
or BunAM/who gives
places,
these two rofoimecB,
the one with his fir^ air tnd the other with
Iliafireahw^tor,are allowed to go on moeh loiigtaf,
theywill oompel
in spite
OS to be more
of oursdyes.Will not some
othef
healthy
Theiw
reformer ariseand f^veas ** light
i"oor dweUioii."
sanitary
'
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,
Jtji
s"gf/i^*.'
i -,"'",
'.Ik
""^S2rt',.:5^
S^-i^J'H'^x
'6:.
16
it
Mtarel
of
-air oat
lightwhieh
whieh
priooiplee
labile
have
hidf
a
saoh
bo
giYes light; when
burnt
are
Tanlahed
a
they
you
the
The
atmosphere
; gas,
li^t,
do
the
and
room
sign that they
biniog they
If you
were
more
we
into
have
While
ventilation.
to read
glaaea,is
light ii
meant
oandle
a
tumiDg
r"q"ir"a
up.
The
subjectof light,we
the
the
by
your
suddenly they
are
"djjustment,then
in
of
course
investin
We
a
baTe
eye
joke of
oonsista in this
Uiem
the wick
as
your
another
eye
slide
and
pairof spectacles."
above,
that
T.
see
of
have
that
of
use
i^j^uating
huip
a
:
that
they begin
grow8,'theradiance
itself to the decrease
leapsback
time, lamenting the premature
ssid
of gu,
mention
may
or
requiresanuffilg,
graduallyaccommodates
begins
we
fluctuating %I|||^ By
a
that
suDtffed,and
need
neoessitating
^
and
eyes
giving yon sufficientlight,but
i|rith
lessens, and
more
a
com-
will therefore
You
the
process,
a
ii||
cial
Every artifi-
I
apotton
yet,
been
in so
air;
the
to
were
light had
Their
with
lihe^ioaUy
of such
work
or
ball room,
their elements
; for
I
duced
pro-
lightsshrink
unventilated
an
respirablepoison.
upon
candlev, nitiag
little workshop for the conversion
a
plan for weakening
the best
in
changed, but they becaiHe
oil,spiritOf cradle
inii^i
wax
fifty
saw
left you
not
combining
were
lightis, of neoesnty,
that the
is converted
j^em
breathinff
were
you
i"^|
oonT|
more
no
coal oil,and
camphene,
they had
though invisible,
the
converted
are
daring the past week
their sockets
bmpi,1
having produced speeeV^
breath
same.
N"
left the
has it been
barning, than breath
are
and^
shorter
has
candles
action ; and
talking.
are
Nor
uAi
happent f
oimphene
being.
gaij
room,
beoome
what
know
jfou
the
unYeotilated
oandlee
Your
of
out
visible
when
Do
"
exist.
to
oeasee
is
ont,
aguoal ik^i
war
When
bleasingi.
your
iky,
oharged with
oomes
make
we
jetsinto your
doien
the
from
Uj
purifyiog,vififyiiig^
s
powerAil allyof health, and
light oontaine
it
lumioaTice
two
down
eomes
moathi, bat
our
the
iurtiitM
of
heelthfnlneM
the
ii between
there
light, u
briiliuioy.The
BO
io
differeoM
maoK
quite M
another
to
its
original
leap back,
of old
approach-
;
and
age, you
,
C
Keefer^ C. E./ givesus
good
^4.
u
H
"
dirau,attfibvUd to Notk's grtM gnndton.-tl C
what BodM
did,and aoki
XtrasctM, MexioAOty-Hit
OMUi, io
an
voripaand
art of haalth
of frwh
vod
half oiviliMd oondition,
a^d oomfori
Look
wator.
waa
rtrj
eoai
intimately
at Ui" aaraga
wboravw
joa will ind* him a oold wator nuni.
aavaga waahes himaelf ao oonijaiitly,
mMild ihiok
and 4linaadtha
Ono
tha other aitremo.
of the Platimic adiool
Traa,the temperanoemen
inleraal amngemOBta,
ht? e
bnt who
l|*,
eome
to
erer
heard
il
I Aocordiog
ride applicatioa
to their ideaa,
ahoiflddraw
ao
many
the atem.
on
regiaterad
never
thoughtof
aroh,when
''"etof water, and
By
M ahohkt
eleoting
hia flindamental
w
the way. ia it nol
to the
"i
wen
prinoiplea
of tamto be aai^in favoiir
at leaat,
peranoe."Well,there ia thia,
peranee aorietieo" theydo not paaa the bottle. They don't aak thi
frienda to taate another bottle of that old port^made
of doeto]
of that aogar of lead and gooeeberry,
or try i^little
more
elderberry,
of ohampi^ne. The ordinary
with ft bodyof rii]|barb,
under the name
maaofaotare
of ohoioe wine for the
the
reqoiraa
peojde
ing
follow-
fatthe orijpnal
eider, eomfnon o^m, raiain,
fluid,
inpadi^ta
n^e made of rimberd for ohamor elder wine;
grape, paianip,
pagne^ to theae may be added water.
ha^ng'beeo
Jk^^ldik
or
;
a
and flavormay bp
ehoaen,atiength,
eolor,
made of theae materiala: for oolw,boml..
red aaadeci wood
or
'^
*
elder berriea,
plaii
ipruoe; for
bitteralmonda ; for
For nutty flavor,
lUueaa
or
apnoothneaa,
honey;
onriiroot
"eedaof rairina; ibr bouquet,
or
or
alum,oak aawduat,rhatany
diyneaa^
or
of the
for port 11(0,
Jnilbekgia
| fiirroog^uieif
kino.
,
Of^ood
wine,health reqoiree
none,
.
thoughit willtokrate n little.
If V" take mf^
or two of the pure thing,
we
may expect a little
But if the wine ia bad,no one can tri|in ^h"t ^{f^.
indigaation.
iJf^t^-^jA."%- "f
"t"",'*^^-*^Li-Kt~i*e*J^'MfkjfiiA^i^
w
.
Ml
"l"-*J^ H"*-"
"-
giv" rbt.
Aa
flrom oorn,
r
tmdmn
"
bnndj, wUtkcy, gia,ud
for
Ihay
"miMDtlj d"atnMtif
v
o4kw
lift.
to
"
eompovBda, it !" m4
drink "aoli TUlAinou
At, how"T"r, " bigt irainb"r of
hwe
I, W0
k"f
inacrt Um
of pr""
tut
OwnuBy.
tf!H"
wmi.
of tarttr
4rftohma
erem
dbtiUed
water, UU H be
"'^.^
filtered
liquor!" then
fM%.-
"toppedphial. From
gl"M filledwith wiae.
eloade,and depoiitonly a
wi"k,
oontaini
lhili||
."^'p'
UudlTbr
it have
no
fint
a
',the dark oolor be of
expeot the wine
the wine be
made
a
sogar
bine caat,not nnlike that of
to eontain iron in ita
impragnatedwitl^oopper
of
with
of
m
led,or
deatroOtiTe. If,howimpregnationof that metal equally
other
aediment
ingra*
if ite oolor
and then
iweet
it ia oertainly
iiMite,
impregnatedwith
may
metallio
muddy,
eren
a
bla|kiali
grey
teafr
a
if
eompoaition. Laitlyj
verdigiia,
it will dopoaita
or
Thia
color.
paleink,irt
experimentought
to be
druggiatwill put
(whioh any
up)
in the
Ian of
Af
and bad winea,it ia
aplrita
fonduot
aa
III.
waa
What
tiaited
had been
he would
wbom
Beda
written" than the door opened, and
ightin
a
mile
or
two
the
an
on
the
ghoataof
hia death bad
of
meana
feel about
telh
ghaat exhihilal a aercip of paper upon
by
dreadful riaitation it would
a
were
a
it deaervea.
riaited
im-
)he night
u
that on
ua
by
aendingto
oomfinrtaMa
aa
hia death bed
good deeda irera
interminable file of g^ioala
whioh
of aeroll,whereon
hia
hia miadeeda
wew
alt
^TfJBf"
W^V
FaUimi ki
"ftd iiuMi" him retd IkMi !
i"p(1itor"Hl,
broken kMrt"d, ohildrmi bitragki
vp in aln and
iBak" ip " vary pl""Mint
dKht for a man, wbo, la "^
be edltd apott to givean
tbe oricsof
the lowest
"
bcAtf*
Moovnt
i"-ja"li"%
jtitlioo
M'
pitof perditloi^
meroj t
Bat It k
mH
oar
qoM'tion. Ool
water
before o"r
reader^juid
lengthofdayato"^^k^^tttkim
inwardly.If peopleIbmA^NHO^
tbe most
iti
barmlcH
inUMi"Jtl0^9$i
1" natural.
WM
I^ilMi
I
fi^il
fa no donbt that ite
^ere
Bat few
eatingpropertiee.
BOt
like to be made
beaMb.
abeerftloeaa prodaoes
aonte
and
yoang
to
onea
ioeb
an
We
keepnp
tqA^wlio
tabam
that a
ibe effaeta""fliquor.Bat
'^i2''t
and wl
harrnkMlj,
oheerfbl
we
away
baojMreij
tbe
old
tadieiy
tillni
dWMri|jBb|j|^^
docAodMBHHniDOe tMV'nndcr
don't kMWikani
and talkaliva.
aieeptmaking them nertona
Hal
be drunk hot, bi^warm.
doea maeh
bana
not bowl|M%boald
kiad weaken
moAer
and cooaequently
injure
f^e^tomaob
ftt,
wine, beer,Ac, it
t^g^^i^er
I
Jollity
inr^ll^^'produoea
ifbe be marri(
refer fSereader,
Sagbee,wbare fadiealore to
where the pUnt is
baga tea garden,
of
la itdeaerWag
Bnlwbaiofmilkr
It ia the food as
Oartatnly.
is aU iSormilk.
fiaflwirs
appetite
ebalk* tba braina d sheep,ozon
blear
Net
and oows^
Ao. ;
amotto,aiae,
si^garof lead,
wbiliag^
tiaaoley
ioar,atarob,
(sae'^Mr.
Bagg, of
Iiob"
don,aad Fraak LeaKa of NawToifc)but goodwholeaome milk from
ki"
tbe country,or from your
own
oows
^
in town.
*
^
l|-r.
..*'""
"
""
'
"
.
ii
GHAPTIR
III.
^
V
b dl
J^AO infknt'i appfltlte
to that
for milk
"|
dUt.
Um"nUifcljtimplc
"dfertisittientaand joo
of
^nipioQoiui
"o"l
Thm"
th" pr""
are
ap"lnature
-lM.
^-..1:
...
.-:
b"
to
I, Fronmr
Croft
Itaidtoexiatobiellj
indf whi"h
ttxMtlj
and oaaoine.
imon,
atarohj \.
IfapaaMOtakt
tobowntod; iflwtako
ffttand
911:
^^^^
nd
,fmum%j0"dt
w
oka twij
^
AmI food to
MitB
it
M
flit
one
partof it tilebody
M"rreetrVKffv"
man
healthy
no
of nfouriahment.
na adiH}
therefi"a,
la ei#tputi
haa "|^|||y|i|lifi|lb
of nooriahaiont'
Uv"i^
"
".
Thia preaerrea equilibriato,
Knd
the child which haa to beoome
"
-
And
ao
biggerm
%
M. D.
Dr.
ll haa been often copied 4he
pmpor"
'
iSon
Vmuriahmeolh
u.^.'
J)......*
'"^
............
......
..,..,,....
nal at
1 4o
2 4
1 to
2J
1 to
6
1 to
7
1 to
reai).!....
9
"....^.......
1 to
10
...
1 to 11
;;*.".
k..*.i.......**.*w...
......
".k......^."..ik*.."'."v.r'a"..lr.k.
Ndw
1i"wrwwird
to
8
1 to
..................
-
1
to
X
W''*4(|
8v
y~
'
:1
faflmtsfKrinaoeona food; anryw-root,
gJTie
we
(^toonlyone partof nonriahment
and the mre ; when
tojitoea,
\.
*
'"
#--^^^:^;k-v
'!"j:"%"''^
"
io 26.
"ad
p-
diet b like
Snob
'Hf'W^
leookeg on
pvitiog
to its ae?enth
ehild,np
A
bloodleea.
"If
-^
t
"I-Tf^
mf^Y^-^
^Ifff^^
ehild.mi
jeur,
nothingbeyondbread,milk, wnter,
ftt,nod fresh
with
the
"
for ite
meet.
dinnnr^
littlewell oooked
Oat
fruit.
ripest
food for brenkfist.
havt deer,for not
Itj
ther^
bnt
liqnors,
Kere.
traeh made
1
food for neither
are
child to be
*'
mately art
and
young
good
eeonres
oraviqi
Titiated
eat
women
do so, but becanse it ia nj
children like
plaipsugar ^
ridge,it does
ibH^tiilh.
hurt
not
ladiesof color down
south I HaTe
^^S
theynot got teeth
of
whose
Sahara,
beautiful teoth he lai
of
keepingabout
them
from
bringout
box
for
time
pinch.
a
stomach, in
to
stick of
Plain
aodheariDg.
othes
"
for children of f
can
think of it-*fint
then fish made
next
sugar,
"
fashion,all we
more
a
moderation;bat
or any
ohalk,or Tordigris,
As
"
the Arab*
an
for
time
of the aound"
tells up of tribes among
and whitest. Mr. Riohaedson
a
at"e gentlemen
oayenoe
;
say
comes
a.ri^l^
by;
indigestible
next meat with aQ
wine,next beer,next pie orost
tions of
a
second
oranges and
course
ohpe^
celery,
kstlyolives and mora
; next
almonds,and
wine" and
they
^"p^^^m^^''f'''^'''-^'wr''T^^'*^iw^
^i^fW^
^
28
la otk"r worcU. they hftTO diggedwith their teeth,
ir grmret-
hotel that
The
gi?et
ia rare
tfeheatoookiog,
to
th"
oany
4-'
orertakea theae aajlama
1,and
rich taTem
a
greata onrioeity
)n
with
beef,
or
exceptamongst
thy food
ent
,
o
the
has
bene-
is by all
i|
more
watched
heels oter head
nature
demands
ked in allitsparts,
and Well
figoroiis
lipina child down in
Let
it lain of qniet
politeoeas.
handfP be highspirited,
:,
elothyuTd
-
nalore have lu
let the
iem"|o school,
MoHnid
,
improper1
veiy improper.
how yeiy
loe,she allows boys
I,if
it one
she.hadthe
sex
to
each
and girls
together
||"y8
and be timid,
steis,
^KbeEnglishwomen
ifioent forms
and
exercise in
iyoonstant
Iralking,
stipping
running,
I keepsthem
,
in doors,
malung
but natnie is allowedto have her
lerdisciples
with all the
il:;^
gtacesat her
S-^t^"^^ti.
com-
1.4
-1^^
,
.'J*'
1^
"
?~
i
^W^'
"4
Haw,
AonoroMe
A-
/I
MppMS
Toronto, ot
w
oitUeof,
oharmiagoomplMion' Do jqi^
or by
fOftHmJlj,
fbldodbefimher,tfj
!
r
^
Oear mdar, do
"oppoto "!" hM
ironit"dbirdi,orl
Jut boon
I L_i_
plenijofezei
pleotjof
with her
hiul
She if,withoalj
examineifl
her
belt reialto*
""Bai70iiife
poaedto hsTO din*
jourdianet.
4^
WAIT
ow
AlVWtWtt
Toronto,Febnury, ISlO.
wbo
P.a-^ThoM
Mfor
be troobled by
wbo follow no rnha
jRsw hints far their
When
yon
en
ftoeaslongaayoor
Ltiiereit Ufo there ilr
and endeaTOV
to
een^
end eheerfiil
the lidt ohunber,
r^
^
-
the iriokman'f
iUent thunder. If the
the w""iher be not loo
edid,
the doetor out ol "
yon may oheet
"Im ",never aind them,hot remember
s^^j^a^r.
th" vlAi of
"
?w
"
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