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Delta Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1886, Delta, Pennsylvania WEEKLY BY THE Herald Publishing Company PA. OFFICE IS THE HEKALU per in f within six after six A failure to direct a discontinuance nt expiration of subscribed 1 as a new on by all AN AHO JOB PRINTING I V. II and Prompt Attention I UK PLAIN OK IX COLOUR Professional ana Business Attorney at 49 St MdL jo 20 3 JAMES H. Attorney at 48 St. rani W J. 8. Main Pa. Business can be left and appointments made at the law office of Levi A. Attorney at MD. Will give prompt attention to all ness entrusted to liis jan 7 Ml W. Me at PA. July 11. MLES Attorneys at Successors to Office the Court 1'a. Con- iu and A T T O K X E V A T L has to U iorn Small's Mercantile No. lit K. Market over Got Ost K. 1- E- so 7 East Market Son it Carl's IN AND s W. Attorney at PA Office in Contie 1 B. At I second J. W. Attorney at PA. N. 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FIRST CLASS ONLY 60 taking the City Cars will the ot the Po you think my wife i3 said my John When this question we were silting in the room he Cilled as he he had things in ns disordered and lie I. a little in my friend's I always had a keener vation of trifles than and as I looked around his study I saw though liis papers were left religiously and if he laid a b ok down on its face open it stay there a month sti 1 a feminine hand stole in when the grand lord mid of confusion sind applied many a deft touch many n of tire so keeping liis disorder to self while he fondly he was keeping it to every one we I before his for John always a little wood for liis c what it whin John a ked me if I thought his wife bca I lo a little saw you at her at with glances I call precious near ml mini my saiJ is said after a few thoughtful pull at his say she is not I. ch looking at me with the kind of sarcasm in his face which I remembered his having cultivated so successfully 111 our college o I with provoking and as much as 1 could waking up a you'll trie w what she if neither b nor fir I s-e and if you say that I'll w you out of 1 can she is t s id 1 with the most studied believe said a little that drawl you t think so line when yon were a speak You would se she is lovely if you her you know I have seen her at said his eyes was my wife at the 1 introduced could sec a small bit cf I say my John Brown was an lent f How and a very fair scholar in college by dint of prodigious which after what ean the do without hrid Kiven him an iu n he liad not a very k though very An 1 so when I remarked thit I hid but a small bit of his w lie simply at me in After nmn with vacant e wide I to e. my ilear I a pii ture of the were set e me all ca crully but a inch of the tell me. will you who what ber was it in our out- I say whether that beautiful or I have lo at your wife through the h v at a if oven the of a through that how on earth could I tell what the whole appear by day and in parlor and study and and at all Don't you a- I have seen but a bit of yoor amiable and can say no more that the inch of the forehead is well settling arc the same old philosopher that you to when you stood in the class Somewhere outrageously I tell that was a lucky I for said I. said tumble which me at my wife's feet in more s than Didn't I you itf my seeing my look of surprise and it much of Mory after you it made me supremely all you I never con d stand on my feet if there was a possibility of and this event was an which I at a 1 was taking There were two or girls in Ihe ho ami some and one day when out for a picnic I back chivalrously for a bucket of milk that had and the others waited tor me at the foot of a little as I came my proclivity strongly in unison with declivity of the what sho 1 do but my p teh over quite on my and spill the milk and that's tlie way 1 got my wife feeling i to in my but concluding not to gratify John by such a is an odd kind of you don't mean to tay that's the whole of the said all I'll tell You ihe point didn't AH the nude merry at my confound and the girls as badly as Ihe I thought they would fairly faint with when I got led and in the -e and with grass stains all over my white linen Iu the midst of my as 1 tell I had sense enough note fact that one girl did not On the eon she had a shade of concern on her mellowed 1 tell you I remember the my with remarkable by intense oh to assure thar 1 was not seriously you think I fell in love with her on the with a suspicious glance at me. I I I was such an unconscionable cub that I was madder with her than with the rest of said I to niv I knew she was and still but 1 thought sho might be waked There is more humor in her than in a Here John paused a long gazing into the said I. said with a little there's nothing more to tell only the next day when I was wandering about a little sore in the und still sorer in my mind the you and those girls giggling every time I hove in sight what should I hear but a little rippling for nil world like the babbling of n brook over its a kind of cross between that and the twitter of birds when they have just a mitt when I came where the sound was there was my you I mean you know who I laughing over So I ed to conclude that she had more humor than a After that I fell to observing and discovered that the reason she didn't laugh at n e was simply because had too kind a 1 nu now how she always deftly covered up little in 1 her out and myself 1 after another long at the am not going to tell you of another preposterous fall I it when but no what said to me then my it my duty now to hold you up when you WHALE That ice mav preserved in a for hours during by lowing t ut a pii c vo An 1 k from In ti. th II A Pursuing in a Boat Con la in Tivo 1'lit- A Cruz correspondent of the Sau Kraut Allii Tne of the Aggie returned from a cruise to tins and K glowing with the of his in a whale hunt that resulted iu a Whaling Company is about the ins of the kind on the Thu store and eating and sleeping of the company are in a white adobe building iu the western an 1 u half mile further south is a high where on located the company's lie with a gl and n tall mast is ligge 1 with for hoist ing a when game is The hunting to ils consisted of thr c of the double-pointed boats in use by whalers the world live long to each two hundred e smoothly coiled in tubs iu the and two The of has the of cannon and is mounted on a The fn m it a feet in and provided with a loKling opens out when the harpoon buries itself in the whale's This takes thu e of the old-time and is much mole certain und The UT UUH from ami like ft large fowling Iti inch and a hall it used to put the touches ou Ihe whale alter the harpoon has made him and the method is to lire an explosive bomb into u vital Tlie bomb is n inch and a half in meter by eight en inches end b -ing winged with rubber after the in arrow is to guiding It was early morning when the white il to the top of the stall of mast on the having previously obtain d permission to the hunt with Captain the was speedily awaiting the signal to shove Th s was soon and to the northwest the three bonts crm up w ith their which proved to be an unusually large of the The rolled lazily about on the tup of the nil unconscious of impending and not deign t i notice the approach of the that i atne up on cither side and A hundred feet away the In u lay on their and Captain Mariano sighted over his men their with every ready to pull or back writer at tiie movement on the part ot the It was a moment that an of awful suspense to the green ban but the captain had a fair mark presente and pressed The boat quivered under the shock accompanying the and the eye could plainly catch the harpoon as it cleaved the air and buried itself out of sight somewhere in the right Attached to the steel missile was the stout line coilc in the and it bore the of a Hash of brown lightning it through air alter its powerful Ti c whale hardly seemed to Comprehend the trouble that had overtaken her at and it was fully half n minute before emitted an angry and started for the bottom nt a rate that made the line and emit sparks us h ran over the the and the bont peered uneasily into the clear depths as the line stopped and a minute later the former Hack hard The five ashen blades and quivered with the strain put ou but it none too as the boai was scan cly a d feet the hulk of the infuriated whale to und spouted twin columns of brine iu the n bin or two seeking the back of the neck for a resting it descended II c the cat dose the 1 oat of both the iratus and soon thrash the water into Her were -o violent the Captain could not get in n shor with his which raised and lowered half a times without pulling the Hukes their like a the a it U around the month of an lumbler so -is h ave n v to half its In this cup ice will keep for a long if a piece of be for n cover to i 1 se flannel with op Tnat serious headaches come from ill That elevation of the he of the 1 e 1. by placing ender li g a of ti e thickness of two is to be an remedy who have at aloud have this to That the following is cure for Dissolve a pearl -i few worthless pearl buttons will d in juice of n lemon this will a when a creamy ointment will be a piece of rag with this and apply it to the corn for a few and surprising results will soon That the white of an is said to be a for lish king in thu It is to be swallowed it. Thit hot slowly be fore bn iu the is good for weak it is for soiv so. is hut hi blow The I. of down to Ft v. 0. in the n following in with the a him I twelve of ot Thh Amy conic to the listened to tlie to In- ami to he into the so very sho lead her to a IHN rising to her tuhl the tiie IL id opened eyes so that now beyond the and I t lie of a nerc in token of hrr to her and Mash r whom promised to follow Knelt down to receive 1 met a in her small tidy she in the art trying on a partially finished she herself had mado for little f in t ut and bailed answered that herself did it Amy threaded the for Tlie dress as I smv not only a but The tittle brought old Mind perhaps ninety years to church as often as the weather would until her failing strength to any The linally wished to accept strong arms of us to be her support tn in him and yielding herself up to was baptized Sunday the I shall never in my lifetime the slight and the feeling as I tlie led by the hand of the come the people what led her become a of her in find knelt with she seemed to Him who sitteth on the white who would soon her a as I made them all a the Sunday that lie himself would resist no people all he follow of hid ancestry and the old traditions of which he the hearer and ho hesitated to own that he was by Him before whom every knc shall to proclaim Him of The ton large when tell us of th vis nature the power to In inherent in It is natural to The Ic recuperative are not to every but they are it of this even lint well man tends to keep if he to nature's for is ever of fiom its own the disposal of nature 1 provided for better than any city has for disposal of its deadly Take the of It needs only to hit v e its parts brought arid nature thus and even in many ca e- vv ere the parts arc not brought nature up the space with new So nature will mend a broken o on simple condition tint the parts bo 1 the requisite win th r induced by the neglect of over or worry and in disappear on of cause and compliance with laws of The now freely dmit that it in 1 majority of would without a of they need medicine merely to in 1 and tirat air is better for them than all The same is ti He ol other disins s. More and more it b ing a 1-m tted in do drugs 1 ave any but only aid th surgeon nids in the a badly broken removing i curing the proper rr d of the Tiie old 1 in ie greatly people in of 1'terallj lo twenty years a frien called with n g m in veil different tiled of h was to administer during Ihe according to the varying ft cannot be too strongly who observe the laws of are likely to keep Elephant We quote ns folio vs from Arnold's d It is o hi to hear i hai the elephant is as naturally as though it were a cab or carriage w hich stands waiting at the Yet the least experienced might climb to the mountainous back of one of the and biggest in scarlet ami with n cloth of which the pushes aside wh -n he to prod the mighty be ist on the occiput with the pointed i seemed ponderous enough to be i wholly above serving as a sort of colossal At the word he folded his hind legs and stretched his front legs ing his body to the whereupon ladder of ten set against his enabled us to to the silver ho here a party of four can be comfortably Then heaved a movement which demands precaution on the of Ihe passengers and rolled forward on a trip of round the city and its Mib him ran a m my a and to keep the monster and sometimes the ejaculations with a tremendous upon i 's from a staff four inches h v have broken the leg of but seemed to be regarded by a as the and most hint to dear r lay For that hoary head had the crowning of In all thu of life advice had been deemed over such and would wholly disappear if all observed that down from and the confidence reposed in her was but evidence of Through the trying period of voting us years of and when at length others now tired had assumed the Lindens it had been and had and d the her in the de ir Alaska Fancy a in which there is and a sen into which you may plunge A K loping r the looking out from under his broad cattle and the dogs playing in 1 r a fho of he run into their and a moment Inter com out c and could whom 1 fill than while wailing the to up Her to the fourth had weie just The on the ere t of divide look around tin in i- nothing to d ar- no man in Ibis going to that with the of a hard work in his riding his favorite in he fringe 1 winter ready to the Tiie and there were but the uf her own planting in the rand mot her was mother had first been the ail in As the last words were in in the realization that tlie parting would be for a lit while at su li calmness in the ry of the exclaimed this i- not departing as a to in the and a strength was 1 why is In a few moments the had to who it the of comfort in Him prom sed i -all both for life and that to III on A for thr 4'onntry. C in the time our rs f- into n -et feet in a P MI. v thv w to us ir th it we in tv ourselves a favor and triad to do our i md with honorable ln learning and pure ur iib preserve our Siye us from and pride and and cv iv evil Fashion one 1 out ol in and n ii i the of we in thynnne the of nj in- to tint t ii and th it we our of the In tine of our conri with th md in the of f rouble our trust in tlice AM wii ch we for Christ's fully im hcs but i ude Where is he row he and In n of shivi ring mud tint of putrid d- has filled his before he sc this mean some of nature work of a endowed with a id's only nn alkali only a natural well tilled a paste as yielding as vv k to it- normal with an a -in k ng of grave A grave supplies it self vv itli a Arrive buries mos. before it Kilis an bot like a trap for the sinkhole is not cov with g riss it o and of white on of it. Mut even that is a poor r Ih gr i i it A ill hide it from the rider it i- to il tenacity of this mud I never a nvm in a sipk b I to the edge of c vf r it too late to turn rind h rn in tlie ill over the horn pommel was the ground be yon 1 the There were twi nl men and b foreth had re do en fasi h m strong s art most but could not draw th jt horse back from the grave th it over him There is a suction about this alkali it grasps with The of the Mr. in one of his who eats his matutinal eats a sermon and a that b shell lurks a which has been the Trov town for all and since A with the of war the the the offensive weapons of chemistry and have neighed and and still the is the toil you albumen is compiled of so many s of carbon and nitrogen and and can von of difference bet active and can show by deli ate what the s have to do in the separation of from ate 1 but he tell you why from egg comes a little rid another a You your little silver spoon an hour in youn gg it is coated with a compound of Why is that sulphur that evolution should provide forthe bones of the hen There is phosphorus in that and the oxygen of the parsing through tin unites with it 3'id the acid dissolves the thus making strong bones for the chu k. and at the same time thinning the prison Chemists know a good at now about and if they cannot tell us why life differentiates itself and they ran tell you how not to spoil your the b was Kept up for a good and then the speed to the Wounded monster swam Dn top of The crime lo n nt and to a broadside the Captain his Tiie explosion followed by the r 1 itself in the m iss of blubber with a dull Scan eK the smoke d away from the before the mulled boom of exploding in the historical d tire knell of the px r o d The victim's huge 1m k grew again but for nio lie thr lor a few seconds Ic the tinged a waim and f c more and more led with the final the it wonn led monster rolled o. or rind The other boats mi de an 1 a hard pull of three houis Inn led the prize on the h the try of and other for the a -u for etc. have be n to notice in his recently The climate of the of Ar off the of is so that 8 nnd thrive the air in though the latit that of the northern part of
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