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TEIE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER d5 18S3.
hi I: i ."V r Cleanliness In the Sick Room., While cleanliness is of importance in every department of the household, it is doubly so in the sick room. Grimy W indows, smoky walls, dirty and dust tilled carpets, objectionable in any apartment, should never be tolerated here, especially the last, as they are not only discomforting to both patient and nurse, but exceedingly unsanitary also, the air being constantly vitiated by the tine dust that is beaten up out of them and wafted about the room. Perhaps nothing shows greater neglect of the sick than untidily-kept bed and bedding. These should always be scru pulously neat and clean. Whatever is used for tlio sick to lie upon, whether feathers, mattress, or straw, a light, soft quiit should bo spread between that and the sheet, and another in read iness to take its place that it may be frequently aired as well as occasionally washed. Quilts and counterpanes should be light, neat and clei;1, sheets and- pillow-slips must be frequently changed, especially in fevers, where perspiration is profuse, or in case of eruptive and malignant diseases. Pillow-shields of factory or thick muslin should always be used inside the slips, and in case the head requires showering, or wet cloths are laid across the fore head, there should 'always be a piece of soft quilt or a folded sheet laid over the slip. Whatever is worn by the sick or con valescent, whether under garments or outside apparel, however coarse or plain, should always be whole and clean; the nails should be kept carefully trimmed, the hair nicely brushed, and if the invalid is a woman, neatly braided , at the back. A daily or semi-weekly sponging off of the body1 is in most cases desirable, while an occasional bath is absolutely indispensable to cleanliness and comfort. Where, as is sometimes the case, the disease is such as will not admit of a free use of water, the daily use of the ilesh-brush should be substi tuted, though this can never wholly take the place of the bath. In most cases of illness, whether chronic or acute, it is desirable to keep some odorless disinfectant scattered about the room. Flies should be rigidly excluded; often two or three are 6ufii cient to harass and keep the invalid from repose, and at the now low cost of furnishing doors and windows with screens, there is little excuse for permit ting these pests in any part of our dom . iciles. Pleasantness and beauty , as well as cleanliness,, are desirable in the sick room, especially in chronic invalidism. Yet it is but infrequently we see much thought given to this matter. Dust laden tables, disorderly drawers, with an incongruous array of medicine bot tles, dirty teacups and, grimy drinking dishes, make up often the picture that meets the patient's glance. Fresh tlowers are always welcome to the con valescent, T while pictures that have something in them to think about are restful to the mind as well as pleasing to the eye. While the sick room should never be glaring with light, neither should it be like a dungeon for dimness and gloom. Whero dazzling sunshine or even a bright light cannot be en dured, often a glimmer of sunbeams through a partly open shutter is very cheering. For those who are, in health, particu lar and fastidious in their ways, the keeping of themselves and surroundings in a tidy and agreeable way is doubly , imperative, as disorder and dirt are to such a continual eve-sore and nerve- irritant, and through their harassing effects upon the mind render convales- . i 1 i t l....nu AXCR ence leuious auu a reiuiu w uv;ulu mm cult. Occasionally one is to bo met who is influenced but slightly by things of this nature, whose mind dwells mainly on his own distresses, or on things remote, while still more seldom wo see or heai of that anomaly in the 6ick room one to wnom any niceties oi tuuvu bid a weariness, any show of order-keeping Vrtiif. . Viim n. r1imip? nnri where th.19 occurs it is doubtless better for the pa tient to have his way, however adverse to the principles or contrary to the habits of the nurse, for the reason that i whatever is soothing to the mind is ben eficial. Country Gentleman. Tarsley in Winter. Tt is vcrv easv to have a supply oi parsley all winter. Take up the plants from the garden, cut off all but a few small leaves at the center of the tuft, and plant them in a box oi good sou. Anotn or method is. to take a ker a nail kes rill answer: bore numerous inch oi inch-and-a-half holes in its sides. Plac , the parsley with the crown at the holej and the roots extending horizontally into the keg, gradually tilling in with earth to hold them in place. Finish by nl.nfinircnmo rnnta linriirlit-, at thfi ton. Either box or keg, if supported at the kitchen window and watered as needed, .in rrvt n. Riinnlv of fresh leaves all winter. The residents of cities who havo no gardens, can buy parsley for this purpose in the markets, as it ia vsually sold with the roots attached. n nrn fond of narslev as a seasoning, and do not caro to bo at the trouble of raising it as above, may dry it rrndilv nnd find it about ascroodaa when fresh. Spread the leaves thinly nniiMn! when the stove oven is not very hot, place this in it, and leave the door open, mo parsley win ury very nniiHtf- no noon as it is crisn: rub it between the hands into a powder, which 19 to DO Kepi in uonics, ugauy ciuseu. a - 7, T.pw!s Cohen, a Hebrew ccnllcman of London, has been exempted from serving on a Coroner's jury on the ground of being the lineal descender STATE of Michigan. County of Cheboygan, Notice Is hereby triven that by ah order of the Probate Court for ttao said county of Che boygan, made on the 13th day of November, A. i). 1883. six months were allowed for credi tors to present their claims against the estate of Charles Hrunnoek, late of said county, de ceased, and that all creditors of said deceased are required to present their claims to said Probate Court, at the Probate Oillce in the vil lage of Cheboygan, In said county of Cheboy gan, on or before the lith day of January, A. 1. 1884. and that such claims will be heard be fore said Court on the 11th day of JanuHry. A. D, 1884. and on the 13th day of May, A D. 1881, at ten o'clock In the torenoon of euch of those days. KD WIN Z. PERKINS. 17nov5t Judge of Probate. For Sale. One house nnd two lots, finely situated, at a bargain If sold soon. Enquire of J. E. Nichols. ft. WHO ISINCQUINTC3 WIH THK Of OOR CHV OF 1HI8 CO'JN TRY WI'.L rt BV tXAVINlNil 1HH M TMT TWt CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R'Y B the central Dosition of Its lino, connect, tha Hust and the Wet by ihe shortest rout and enr rioa paHdertKera. without change of our:., between Chicago and Kansas City, Council Bhill, jeavju wonh, Atchison, Minneapolis and Bt. laul. Ic connect, in Union Depot, with all the principal lino, of road between tha Atlantic, and the Faoifto Oceans. Itaequipmnc is unrivaled and mnguiil cent., being compound Of Moat Comfortable and ioautitul Day Coaches, Magnificent Horton Re nTiuint; Chair Cam, Pullman'. Prettiest Palace bleeping Car., and tho Best Line of Dining Car. ir the World. Three Train between Chiamio end SCisB Suri IVivcr Points. Two Trains betwr'm Chi cago and Minueapoli. and 8u Paul, via tho fdinou. ALBERT LEA ROUTE." A New and Direct Line, via Seneoa and Kanka kee, h" rccL-ntly brcn opened between Richmoud, lTorfulc,Kc poi't News, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Au gubia. Nashville. Louisville, Lexington, Cincinnati, Tndi:..iat: U J and Lafayette, and Omaha, Minneap olis una at. raui ana lniermeatais point.. All a hioujli Passengurs Travel on Past Zzpret. Vraina, T;o eta for .ale at an prinoipal Ticket Offices la tho Uui.cd State, and Canada. TKwa- checked through and rate, of fare al- viy j low a. competitor, that oiler lea. ad van - i tauoa information, get the map. ana i old- CRL Af ROCK ISLAND ROUTE . 'ucarobt Ticket Oifioe, or address iv M. ?Ai?LS S. ST. JOHN. k Oval M'g'r, O.u'l Tkt. fas. Agi CHICAGO. SCHOOL' BOOKS -A N D Sife! -A T- SMYTH & GO'S ;'''- Main St.. Cheboygan. Mich. Th Wonderful Efficacy of DR. SCHENCK'S nl been (0 frequently ul eatlBfactorlly provea that it .oems almost Bupcrfluous to lay anythlnef more In their favor. The lmmcnso and constantly tncrcaRinK demand for them, both in Uua andforoigra countries, ia the bout evidonco of their value, Thoir talc to-day In tho United Btntca la far greater than any other catlnrtU mcdiuine. This demand la sot spasmodic, it is regular and steady. It la not of to-dny or yesterday, it is an increase that baa been atoadUy pro wins tor tho lawt thirty-five yoara. "hat are tho reasons for this great and growing demand r Pr.Schrnck'sHIandrnke riHscontaln nomer. eurv. and yet they act with, wonderful effect nion tho liver. They cleanse tho stomach and bowels of all Irritating matter, which, if allowed to remain, pnisoUHtho bloo 1, BTid br n.rs on Malaria, Chills anil tever, and many other CI cvci. They frivo healthi and Btrensrtti to tho diro tth o enmnn. They create appetite an.l glva vl'vnr t tm whola BTetcm, They rolnf.ictth'sraodicina of a J others wuica dhoull bo tan in thno.1 ljl:c tio i rc i n. when malarialand. rth-.ir cFlcTernl.-i tn rr." "3 V:- y t retare the ays. t-tn to n.Hi X atiacSf cf c jct.j cf o cry character. Tr. irVrr T'.f-".T'-' fo V'.'i treoMbyalI :,M'f.r.i weeper U x, ? reus Vy maaL iotpald .4t Li ,i l.iiO. f .r" '"'.. T'li Tt t .""fr .Ti"f K"nt 1Av Sdioo COAL, COAL -A. rr l. 4 A. McMlmr's Dock NOW IS TIME TO BUY. Ail Orders received before Nov 1st, will be filled Parties paying have it delivered ter, as they want Must- ADVANCE Price After Nov. 1st. W. B. MILLER, Agent. v LOOK OUT FOR Jncle Sam's Furniture House ! New Goods, of all kinds, and I beat the State on prices. I have just received a new lot of . Moulding and Picturo Frames. Frame made to order. I ookinjr Glasses in endlqss variety. Windov ornices aiid Chromos. I will Sell Get my Prices. A full Indertaking Goods, Burial Cases, Caskets, Robes, Shrouds k, Funerals attended promptly, with Hearse and Carriages. J. 21. TUTTLE- Comer Main and Third Streets, Cheboygan, Mich; Livery Stable AT T1IJ5 SAMSKJNS' STAliLE, ON TIIIUI) ST ALBERT HAYDEN, ' Proprietor. Draying of all Kinds Attended To. Particular Attention given to furnishing suitable conveyances for HUNTING AND FISHING PARTIES. G-ire ZEHIim. a- Call. NEWE DBPOT ani MUSIO STOE EVERYTHING Newspapers, Illustrated Papers, Magazines, MUSIC. MUSIC. MUSIC. Pianos, Organs, A Full Line of the Latest Sheet ALWAYS KEPT IN STUCK. Instrumets Repaired on Short Notice. Anything vi my lines not in stock will be supplied at tho lowest possible jwiccs. W. T. VANDERBILT, Le Gault Block. Third Street. Cheboygan. Mm m IN ALL KINDS OF AVOKK DONE AT THE STAE BLACKSMITH SHOP CASH PRICES BELOW ALL COMPETITION Inducements to Customers. I Shoeing. Horse Shoeing season is now here. Parties will remem ber that tho Star Ulaeksmilh Shop is tho place to get your work at $6.50. for their Coal can any time this win it. and Dray Line ! IN THE LINE OF Libraries, &c. Violins, Guitars, &c. Music and Musical Merchandise also make a Redaction for llorso CHEBOYGAN TTfi (imnnn LOUIS A. PA IWELLK, Vvus Duitlenu Druggist's Sundries. A Full S'ork of FroHh Driurs. Pnro nntt Cb'jce. PreHcri tiuiis CHiifiilly I't.iiiM.ULaed, at ail liu lira rlav or iiUht. TOILET tiOODS In Oreat Vitriety. ( ltoico Pcrfunierj ,j F;mc)' Articles, Etc., Etc. Everything to bo fount! in a flrst-cinrs drug etoro, on biuifl, Including a full lint of nil the loadinir atid uu st poDular PATENT MEDICINES I'lcase 01v Me a Cnll. mny2tt LOUISA. KA.KCKLLE. To Whom Si May Concern. VTOTICE Is hereby jrl von by the undordliinect. 1. 1 free holders of the township of Hurt in the Countv of Chcb yean, that applications will be made to tho Hoard of Supervisors, of tho nid County of Choboyirnn at their next meeting to bo held on ho brd day of January in the year 1884 to erect and provide for tho organization of a new town-drip, to bo enlledl the township of WnvTly and to embrace tho territory, now a pnr t of the Raid tovnhip of Burt described as follows, to wit: Township numbered thirty-flve B5) north of rang- one (1) ' east. Dated. Se tember 6, 1883. Wm.2V. Cross, Win. McLaury, 1e McCarthy, Jonathan Buff, rv t, Melvine L. Cooley, T Crump. hr-stopher C. Lang, n Li ng, .Tamos Mosm:-r, T A. Sayer, Edwin (Juenett. Notice for rub.-.'Cu Land Office at Rbed i ixy iiiCH "VTOTICE is hereby rIvcmi that jne following- named settler has tiled notice of uU inten tion to make final proof in support of bis laim. and that sal l prooi win d mane before County Clerk of Emmet County at Harbor rprings, on I nurpday, .inn.itrn, 184, viz: John W.Johnson He. No. 7447 for the 8. 4 H E. "4 Seo 25 and N. ii N E. M ?eo. 3C. and M N. It. 4 W. He names the following witness to prove hit contlnuousresldence np n, und cultivation f. said land, viz: Kli Cullcn, or Plcasanl- vlew; George W. Carey, of Severing; Walter McComb. of Severn!-: Kobert Hamilton, or Sererltg. i54-nov.-tf Edwhd Stevenson, Register. Campbell!. Hotel ! Sign of the Thistle. ALEX: CaiVSFBELL, . Prcaristor. Next door to Star Clothing; House, Opposite A. P. Newton' b Store. Rates Per Wek, $5; Ter Day, $1. Thi House II as been Keu ly Furnished Throughout. 24novtf ' Keal Estate. j HAVEfor sale some Trydeslrame Farming Lands and VUge Trcpsrty A Dions' whlcb are tho follow n t IS TOWN 87 N U. 1 W . K of s yi section 24. E Koine 54 25 BwKofneK 26. N w Hot s e H, 2' . in own 86 N.,R.a W.i Lot No 2, section 10. IN TOWN 8fi N,E 2 W; N e Hot n w U neotlon 9. IN TOWN87 N..R.8 W. N w of n e ct'on B. 8Hotnel Og N-w J4ol fH IN TOWN BUN, R. 2 W. N H fn e Jisectlon 84. 8 yt of w J4 84. ( OEO W.BFLL, Abstr.ctand Rest KottOfflce. CHEBOYGAN' MICH. Livery Stable nn Main Street, opposite A. P. Ktvton Store.. When vou enn flivrt iMflW, Stylish, Firet-tlif t f - done in first-class st j Ie. W. McEAOHRAN. i :'. t c - t:-. i-3.'" i, l:i F-ffli nv oiiaron, tnc nignpnest. ;. . 1.w to ft '. -.i tt:. J. 1U . : ; : 3