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Delta Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1886, Delta, Pennsylvania WEEKLY BY THE Herald Publishing Company DELTA. PA. OFFICE IS THE HEKALU per in f prtid within six after six A failure to direct a discontinuance nt the. expiration of tlictime subscribed eonsijire 1 as a new enslavement. c.iu on uisi.iuiut.utoa tuunj by iKijfinT all arrearages. AN INUKPENUKNT NEWSPAPER. PIAIN AHO PAHTCT JOB PRINTING I V. II KIVK and Prompt Attention I UK OFFICE. PLAIN OK IX COLOUR Professional ana Business A'f LtW. Attorney at 49 St ftul MdL jo 20 3 JAMES H. Attorney at 48 St. rani Street. M4. W J. i'CLTOX. 8. Main Pa. Business can be left and appointments made at the law office of lion. Levi fa. _ _ GTEVKXSOS A. Attorney at MD. Will give prompt attention to all busi- ness entrusted to liis care. jan 7 Ml JLT W. Me CALL. Attorntr at PA. K'ipp's Li.iilding. July I'l '8 V.F.Bny Stewart. 11. C.Nile.. Geo.E.fiu MLES Attorneys at Successors to Office the Court House. 1'a. Con- iu Kmjlish and Gunuau- OEO. VV. HKIGKS. A T T O K X E V A T L has to U iorn Small's Mercantile No. lit K. Market over MuOlellaii Got waltz's store. Ost K. 1- E- so CEISE. 7 East Market Wtisuer. Son it Carl's IN KNOJ.ISH AND s iJUUUE W. Attorney at PA Office in Contie Square. M-II 1 KJiKiii B. VJT ArroKSEI At I Outilre second floor. J. W. Attorney at PA. Office. N. W. corner Centre S'inare. LKV AT Consultation in Jinalinh and German. in Lehmayer'B opposite Hotel. nd Germa opposit scp ID-SJ-tf Attorney at East Market street. PA. aep 30-32 D I'ylesvilie.JId. in oitlur York or Harfard couu will ra'MivH nromiit attenlion TJOBERT S. Justice of the All bnainftfw attended to with caro and promiitnerss. June Watchmaker Jeweler YORK. PA. Opposite Conrt House Building MARYLAND. Offers professional aerrices to the poblio tn general by strict- attention to baainess to merit their patronage. Prices ond satisfaction AMERICAN WO I'el.mna and 1UO In Kncfe 43d YEAR A TEAR Send three 2-cent stamps for Rample copy or German of the and Beat Asrricnltnral Jonranl ic the World. ORA.NGE JTJDD tal New York. Wiiliam Merchant No. 10S South George Odd Fellows' PENS A fnll and freph line of Forpicn and Po- mesuc Goods constantly ou hand. If yon vrnitt to krep tnlhp IM'.I.TV VOL. Viil. YOKK AUGUST 18KIJ. m RNITURE ARPETS One door below the Bridie fjl KLOK S U ITS. CARPETS. 011AJ1BEUSUITS. MA1T1KOS. BEUSTEADS. OlLCtOlHS. MAT'l'UKSSES. MATS. Baby Cheapest 1'Irtcein Baltimore. Atl to R. Station fret BILL1EYER SMALL CO. rfnccecsors to B. k'toall'B Sons A Co. ALL Ml OF MM AND Building Material. PRICES LOW. Near the N. C. It W. Depot. OFON THE HIULS. Alonj mi of stone The bird of prey He rdars his su I dwclK al'jue the heishtiir A sentinel whose -soul The hiri I cl- miK that shriek and groan With frenzy on tempestuous for years The storm but smites The walls that FreeJ'jm's throne Aloug their heights. Upon these walls doth oeea-i beat With clamor that But wi-eeks at lonjrth hrs billowy fiest those Then with mid backward And moans within his MI'e retreat Cntil again some eye'one ealli eome from the i-ity's From where demy for ruin cannot plant his feci Upon these On erests so 'mid rorfcs and bars There's wealth for ail who No ritfnl fever scathes and sears On eresti so The ralman-1 eixil a-id With nil its hosts of t Seems si-read so very and eori'.e above the iload that wars trail 1 stoii 's No if e 1 ruin sorr ivv's lowland jar Uu erects KO The spirit tills with joy sublinie On thcsi- eudurins With s-lieen from ht-aven's nnelyudcd The spirit The breath like balm of living rills From fountains Hon tag tlirough all time Into the suirerins soul instils. Ot eomo from out the rueful griino Which s.ion eorrodes and The hills sing and their deathless chime The spirit tills. JOHN'S WIFE. Jil-rp's CBSTHB ALL TO HIVE SATISFACTION. Every crrfle of tlio art. a tin type and pi'-tnrf 'o hfe-sixe in oil. p-u-tel and Jonc in the very best manner and AT TUE LOWEST PRICES. invite all to come aud examine RI eci- inelis of our work. BS K. MAHSII. C'. GtUNKT Margh Stalls 141 JL'th AND KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE The liifrliest market prices olilained for returns full ISest of rcfcrenees if E. A. BARNITZ Watchmakers No. West Marfeet Pa. scp WALLPAPERS Window Window Shades FI.OOK TABI.t OU. CI4ITII. NO. 39 NORTH GAY Opposite Odd Fellows' MD. JA.I3OI3 THE OLD AND KELIABLE Wall Taper and Window Shade Store- Of Baltimore City. Now prepared to show the latest Btylen of wall proper- simpjes to part of the ivrniry when ripplieafion iw maile to him. Will send the hestworkinen to put np Hie camp when wanted. Will Bell wall paper find window at prices. Call on or send 10 nim and see Hues 33 no branch or any courteetion ftny oth'-r rio-ise in the city. to from he Maryland Central to store. L Albertson. Proprietor since 1854. CONNECTED HIIVCJK H. W. Comer St. Fayctte Md. FIRST CLASS ONLY 60 CENTS. taking the City Passenjter Cars will the Ot. ot the Mwuiua Po you think my wife i3 said my John l-'rovvn. When .lohu. askeil this question we were silting tojicther eo'.ily in the room he Cilled as he he had things in ns disordered and unnrrutiir'.-d lie plcnsc I. a little in my friend's I liavo always had a keener obser- vation of trifles than and as I looked around his study I saw iii- aientions though liis papers were left religiously and if he laid a b ok down on its face open it wruld stay there a month sti 1 a feminine hand stole in when the grand lord mid iniir-te.- of tliis confusion .-ibs-.iit sind applied many a deft touch iiinl many n of tire so keeping liis disorder enilurabic to him- self while he fondly he was keeping it uneiuliirable to every one Tliere we I before his opjii for John always woiiH a little wood for liis c is-t what it whin John a ked me if I thought his wife bca .tiful. s'aid I frankly. sai.I lo a little sur- saw you at her at tah'e with glances I call precious near ml mini my saiJ is said after a few mo- ments' thoughtful pull at his say she is not .'aid I. ch .'aid looking at me with the kind of sarcasm in his face which I remembered his having cultivated so successfully 111 our college o days. I with provoking ca'miu'Ss and as much as 1 could assume. ricd waking up a lit- you'll trie w what she if neither b anliful nor fir I s-e leftiiut and if you say that I'll thr. w you out of Kovv 1 can ttjlyoj she is beautiful.'' t s id 1 with the most studied believe vou.'' said a little '-drop that drawl you U'ed t think so line when yon were a senior.'and speak out. You would se she is lovely if you cjnld knjw her s-aid you know I have seen her at said his eyes veiy was my wife at the table. 1 introduced could sec a small bit cf Now. I say Ihit my fricn-1 John Brown was an e.xcc lent f How and a very fair scholar in college by dint of prodigious which saracsplendid npp'ir.-.tion after all. what ean the greatCMf do without hrid Kiven him an iu b'lsi- n bi.t he liad not a very k though very srifi- one. An 1 so when I remarked thit I hid -cen but a small bit of his w lie simply --tared at me in silince After nmn mvseif with hi.s vacant cotinicnan e a'ld wide I to i-vpiuind. Suj.po e. my ilear I a pii ture of the M'-ulonua were set e me all ca crully cuit.iinel but a si'iiarc inch of the .Vow. tell me. will you who stood- what num- ber was it in our out- I say whether that Mndonna wen- beautiful or I have lo at your wife through the h o'' v at a if oven the of a Piann through that how on earth could I tell what the whole w.itild appear viiwed by day and in parlor and study and kit- hen. and at all Don't you -i-c a- I said. have seen but a bit of yoor amiable and can say no more ihnn that the sipiare inch of the forehead is well settling arc the same old philosopher that you u-ed to when you stood in the class whrrewas Somewhere outrageously low. I tell you.mv that was a lucky spravv I for said I. said tumble which landrd me at my wife's feet in more s than one. Didn't I evert-II you tbout itf my seeing my look of surprise and it uo't much of Mory after you it made me supremely all that. you I never con d stand on my feet if there was a possibility of and this event was an egngiou. haif-soiner-saiilt which I at a c.mutry boarding-house vvheic 1 was taking vacation. There were two or tare.- girls in Ihe ho ami some and one day when out for a picnic I back ipnte chivalrously for a bucket of milk that had be-'n and the others waited tor me at the foot of a little hill. Now. as I came my proclivity b'j-ing strongly in unison with declivity of the what sho d-1 1 do but st'ib my p teh over quite sereneh on my and spill the milk m-ir-t and that's tlie way 1 got my wife Miul feeling a'little i n-iined to star.- 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 ''at all I'll tell you. You ihe point vvasJahe didn't laugh. AH the nude immensely' merry at my confound and the girls as badly as Ihe boys. I thought they would fairly faint with laught'-r when I got led and be-seratched in the fa. -e and hegreriied 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 laugh. On the eon she had a shade of oiiict concern on her mellowed 1 tell you I remember the my with remarkable by intense oh to assure thar 1 was not seriously hurt. peih-ps you vviil think I fell in love with her on the with a suspicious glance at me. I nodded. I didn't. I was such an unconscionable cub that I was really- madder with her than with the rest of said I to niv self. I knew she was ipiiut and still but 1 thought sho might be waked up. There is more humor in her than in a monkey.'' Here John paused a long gazing into the said I. said .John 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 detestible 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 buildcd a mitt when I came where the sound was there was my you I mean you know who I laughing over Pickwick. So I wns ed to conclude that she had more humor than a monkey. After that I fell to observing her. and discovered that the reason she didn't laugh at n e was simply because r-he had too kind a heart. 1 nu ticed now how she always deftly covered up little in 1 funnd her out and myself too.'' 1 after another long gji7s at the tire. am not going to tell you of another preposterous fall I it W.-M when but no what said to me then my it i.s my duty now to hold you up when you Chirn-jO WHALE IIO.M.K IHH'TOK. Vofl That ice mav b.- preserved in a .sicfc-rojtn for iirinv hours during h'-t wcituer by t'o lowing t ut a pii c READ1XG. Iliiili vo unul- high. An 1 k rloiuls from .in- tlrtf t'irlli In ti. i.l ii-. th KXClTIXtJ II AFTKB A IMC'IFIC OCKAX LiKVI.lTllAN. Pursuing thcGittaiitk-Pisli in a Boat Con la in Tivo 1'lit- Wluile Bomb's Work. A Santn Cruz correspondent of the Sau Kraut i-ico Allii I' Tne ipirnterniaster of the Aggie returned from a cruise to tins and K glowing with the cunsrrousue-s of his biaveryii in a whale hunt that resulted iu a T..c M' ntciey Whaling Company is about the .t ins itutio'i of the kind on the Thu bus'iiess otiiee. store room. 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 i.s located the company's lie isarmcl with a povvcrlul gl and n tall mast is ligge 1 with hall'ianU for hoist ing a sijr.ial when game is sighted. The hunting to ils consisted of thr c of the icgiilatiou double-pointed boats in use by whalers the world live long to each two hundred li' e smoothly coiled in tubs iu the and two gunstocachlio.it. The la'ger of tivn has the propoitions of yi.ung cannon and is mounted on a pivot. The mis.-ile ili-cliruged fn m it i.s a s-eel ionr feet in and provided with a loKling ihat opens out when the harpoon buries itself in the whale's interior. This takes thu phi' e of the old-time and is much mole certain und effective. The lig' UT UUH i.s liied from tlicsho-ildcr. ami iooks like ft large fowling piece. Iti .s.rin inch and a hall bore. it i.s used to put the liu.sh-iug touches ou Ihe whale alter the harpoon has made him and the method is to lire an explosive bomb into u vital spot. Tlie bomb is n inch and a half in di. meter by eight en inches tla-butt end b -ing winged with rubber after the m.ui'.cr in whiuh.an arrow is to -scenic guiding power. It was early morning when the white Mg-n il liuttercd to the top of the stall of li.c mast on the having previously obtain d permission to the hunt with Captain the ipjartermas'er was speedily seatidin sternsheets. awaiting the signal to shove oil. Th s was soon and si.x mil.-s to the northwest the three bonts crm up w ith their which proved to be an unusually large .specimen of the alilornia ariety. The gig.mtic li-h rolled lazily about on the tup of the nil unconscious of impending and d'd not c.iu deign t i notice the approach of the that i atne up on cither side and her. A hundred feet away the In u lay on their and Captain Mariano sighted over his swivel-gun. 'Ihe men b.-ntovcr their with every iim.clc ready to pull or back writer at tiie -lightest ho.stilc movement on the part ot the enemy. It was a moment that .-cemed an of awful suspense to the green ban but .suddenly the captain had a fair mark presente and pressed t'.e tiigger. The boat quivered under the shock accompanying the and the eye could plainly catch the llrush ofc.the harpoon as it cleaved the air and buried itself out of sight somewhere in the right shoulder. Attached to the steel missile was the stout mitnilla line coilc in the and it bore the of a Hash of brown lightning a.s it through air alter its powerful motor. Ti c whale hardly seemed to Comprehend the trouble that had overtaken her at and it was fully half n minute before .she emitted an angry .snort and started for the bottom nt a rate that made the line and emit sparks us h ran over the bow.s. the enptnin 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 wns none too as the boai was scan cly a d feet wh'ii the hii-.e hulk of the infuriated whale to tin-surface und spouted twin columns of brine hii'h iu the n bin ke. or two seeking the back of the repoilcr's neck for a resting pl.ic a.s it descended II -fo c the ani.uat'.'d watciaji 'lit co'i.d cat dose the 1 oat wns of both the lirc-e tingui-lmig rvj.p iratus and thct'-nible llukes Ih-it soon com-men-e-l thrash the water into foam. Her n- were -o violent the Captain could not get in n shor with his which raised and lowered half a times without pulling trigger. J-'i the Hukes their a-itl like a ti.i-h the le-'iathan drislnd nway.it a tenilic it U ligaune around the month of an ordrnan lumbler so -is h ave n eiip- v v.niUof to half its depth. In this cup ice will keep for a long ially if a piece of be u-.ed for n cover to i up. 1 se flannel with ivni-par.itiveiy op meslic-. Tnat serious headaches ofttn come from ill litl.ng spe. tacles. That elevation of the he .d of the 1 e 1. by placing ender li g a bl.iek of ti e thickness of two is .-t.ited to be an eileetive remedy cr.imjis. I'a'ients who have Millcred at crvi'ig aloud wi'h have f-.und this to alfoid pciiuanent iclief. That the following is cure for Dissolve a litt'e pearl -i few worthless pearl buttons will d in juice of n lemon this will cc.'upv a when a creamy ointment will be produced. .Moisten a piece of rag with this and apply it to the corn for a few and surprising results will soon follow. That the white of an is said to be a spccilie for lish king in thu tlir.'at. It is to be swallowed law. Ke-member it. Thit hot .swallowed slowly be fore bn iu the is good for weak stomach. it is g..oii for soiv so. is hut on. hfMitlfA uM. Sutvp tlK'in hi blow The tninjN' injx Tin' I. -ill Swtt-p llu'in yt' win-l-i of lilmr al- tll.it LVtUsrn Ill'-H It-ailing down to fiM- tliL-iii auay. Amy. Ft v. AI. 0. in the n following itu'i'l'-nt in with tin- wtrrk aniontr the ImJians 'lYrrittiry a him I iiiiml ninl twelve year-t of ot Thh l.ttlc sirkly ohitil th'.1 OIK- tliriu -the tt'lmh- -to I'lirist. Amy ii-i'il conic to the listened to tlie to In- ami to he into the cluin-h. so very Tlu'n sho woul'l lead her Ulitnl niotli'T to Itrt'otn a fiiithful sin- IHN rising to her tuhl the liyw tiie Lonl IL id opened eyes so that she. now see.n beyond the and I t lie of a lafLT's Avho nerc nffec-tcd. in token of hrr sulnnis'-ion to her F.ord and Mash r whom -he promised to follow ii'iid Knelt down to receive baptism. 1 lip-l met tliis a ayo. in her small yi-t tidy she in the art trying on a partially finished she herself had mado for little f h.-r in t ut and bailed tin1 She- answered that herself did it Amy threaded the for her. Tlie dress as I smv not only a but al.so lined. The tittle tlien brought tliis old Mind perhaps ninety years to church as often as the weather would until her failing strength Iier to any longer. The linally wished to accept strong arms of .leg us to be her support tn herdt'clinin-c in him and yielding herself up to -he was baptized la-tt Sunday the church. I shall never in my lifetime the slight and the feeling as I -aw tlie led by the hand of the come tcllin-r the people what led her become a of her in find sin- knelt InpfKin with tijtlifted she seemed to .see Him who sitteth on the white who would soon -.jive her a chi'-f as I made them all a vliit the sum' Sunday that lie himself would resist no hi.s people all becotnintr Ciiristians he W'Mihl follow I'rouct of hid ancestry and the old traditions of which he wns the hearer and ho hesitated to own that he was by Him before whom every knc shall to proclaim Him of Sell-dire. The ton large is.iina-chinu whii when rcpa.is il-elf. I'liv'siciaris tell us of th vis med-icatrix nature the power to In inherent in n.itme. It is natural to gi.t well. The Ic recuperative re-ourccs are not to every but they are verygierit it i.s becau-e of this even lint the- well man tends to keep if he coniornis to nature's for thc.sys-lem is ever of poisou fiom its own the disposal of vviiich nature 1 provided for better than any city has for disposal of its deadly sewage. Take the use. of a-iv oidmiry wound. 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 liesh. So nature will mend a broken o on tl.e simple condition tint the adju-tecl parts bo allovve 1 the requisite re-t. win th r induced by im-pr.iper the neglect of br.ii'i over or worry and fiet. w.ll in wlrollv disappear on rcnio.al of cause and compliance with tl.e laws of nature. The b-'st phv.sie'Miis now freely dmit that it in 1 hegie.it majority of would icrovir without a dtoji of they need medicine merely to piomote ease. in 1 and tirat air is better for them than all The same is ti He ol .some other disins s. More and more i.s it b ing a 1-m tted in i.o c.rsc. do drugs 1 ave any iir.itive povs but only aid a.s th surgeon nids in the a badly broken I'mb.by removing i r.titing j'lclil ri'id curing the proper rr d iixation of the part-. Tiie old 1 in ie tloctois greatly uvei dus-d people in niutitiides of c.i.scs 1'terallj d.i.sud j'Oople lo death. Wit-dn Ic-s twenty years a peis-'iinl frien called ateh with n neigbbor frtr g m in vv.rs .siiown el- veil different tiled ea-'h of h was to administer during Ihe according to the varying ft cannot be too strongly tlio-e who observe the laws of tln-if plivs'cal natiir- are likely to keep vv. -11 Elephant Hack. We quote ns folio vs from l-'divin Arnold's 'India Uevi.sit d It is some. -.hit o hi to hear i taiy.u hai the elephant is as naturally as though it were a cab or carriage w hich stands waiting at the door. Yet the least experienced might .sa'ey climb to the mountainous back of one of the gubovvar's and biggest tuskers. Capans'ined in scarlet ami with n forchcal cloth of which the maho.it pushes aside wh -n he dc-ircs to prod the mighty be ist on the occiput with the pointed Ijhairavn i seemed granda'id ponderous enough to be i wholly above serving as a sort of colossal omnibus. At the word he rmckly folded his hind legs and stretched his front legs ing his body to the whereupon ladder of ten set against his enabled us to clrnib to the silver ho here a party of four can be comfortably accommodated. Then heaved a movement which demands precaution on the of Ihe passengers and rolled forward on a trip of ciic. tnuimbulation round the city and its Mib irb.s. him ran a hattivral-' hh. u'.lering grufHy m my a and to keep the monster and sometimes emph.vizing the ejaculations with a tremendous b'ovv upon i le-jihan' 's tailroot from a staff four inches whii h v o'dd have broken the leg of .1 but seemed to be regarded by nhairri a as the mcre-t and most piayful hint to dear r lay dyiiiir. For pa-t that hoary head had be'-n the crowning of home. In all thu ntTair.s of f.-imily life li'-r advice had been deemed over such and would wholly disappear if all observed tl.cic la.WS. that coineth down from and the confidence reposed in her was but the. evidence of li.md. 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 -itvernl and diminisSn d the phvsiral her in the de ir Ue- Alaska Hcalli Trap. Fancy a in which there is and a sen into which you may plunge unawaie. A innn K loping r the looking out from under his broad --ombruio a' cattle and the dogs playing in 1 r sw.tilowirrg a chok.ng fho .t of terror. '1 he pr.urie dog- run into their and a moment Inter com out c and fr'gbtened. could whom 1 -anti fill than while wailing the to up higher. Her to the fourth -deration had 'r-ith'-re'l li.hr weie just now. The on the ere t of divide look around tin in w.tte-'ifiiilv. Ulittheic i- nothing to d ar- no man in sight. Ibis going to that with the wag's of a hard vvinler'. work in his riding his favorite brom-h dre-scd in th- buckskin- he fringe 1 winter ready to the Tiie and sliown there were but the fiuit uf her own planting in the hv. rand mot her was mother had first been the ail in ail. As the last words were cac'i in in the realization that tlie parting would be for a lit while Mirprivd at su li calmness in the v- ry faee of the exclaimed this i- not departing as a ii'-w liLj'it. app'-ared to in the and a tnorn'-ntary strength was 1 why tliis is Itfa In a few moments the spir't had to who it the ality of comfort .t hiidiikc 'ru-'t in Him wlio IKH prom sed i -all both for tliis life and that to lYin-pof rjf... c.'irifiot IJke'lll.- th.-V III 'J'o w.th on A for thr 4'onntry. C in the fonn-T time our t'lth- rs f- rtli into n -et Hi'-ir feet in a P MI. v thv w ImniMy bo-- to us ir th it we in tv iv-. ourselves a o'f favor and triad to do Iliy our i md with honorable ln -oijiid learning and pure 'fend ur iib rties. preserve our unity. Siye us from and fr-'tn pride and and cv iv evil way. Fashion one thr' inultitud-H 1 i'T out ol in kindn-d-. and trm-. n ii i the -p'Tlt of wli'.in we intni't in thynnne the -in'lf'.tv of .rnvi nj in- to en-l tint t ic-i ii and th it we k- our jx-.u-e of the 'i'h. In tine of our r'-.'ir conri lenc-' with th md in the of f rouble i'ot our trust in tlice fail. AM wii ch we for Joiis Christ's sake. Amen. fully im hcs but i ude a' lire. Where is he row he and hi- In n giave of shivi ring mud p-iste. bbievvifha n.-imch tint of putrid d- nth. has filled hist'iroat his before he c..nld sc lids. doc- this mean some hideoii-freak of nature work of a fiiend endowed with a mom- id's only nn alkali only a natural well tilled vv.tb a paste as yielding as vv t'-r. MHir-elf sni-f.i. -citing k to it- normal ijni'-lude with an in-de-crib.-iblc a ghoul-like -in k ng of grave lip-. A grave th-it supplies it self vv itli a Arrive flrit buries mos. before it Kilis an insitiab'e. bot to-nlcss grave. like a trap for the sinkhole is not alvvav- cov -c-'d with g riss somr-r irncs it o cik'd and -.c.iin'd cni-t of blui-li white .dk-di on of it. Mut even that is a poor .'.ifiguurd. i' r Ih 'i-nggr-i-n gr i -nro'in i it A ill hide it from the rider ii'iti it i- t'' l.i'e to il tenacity of this p.i-te mud i--s- me'hir'g ineredib'--. I bnvc never a nvm caugiit in a sipk b I icivi -ecu -1 nr.vi to the edge of di-i c vf r it too late to turn lii-r h' r-c. rind shii-'irig h rn -elf loo-e in tlie vrr ill over the horn pommel ponv. was -triking the ground be yon 1 the There were twi nl men and b foreth hors-- had s'lttk f.tr th' re w-cre lialf do en fasi h m lla'f strong s art most but thev could not draw th jt horse back from the grave th it over him There is a -trnngi suction about this alkali it grasps with ahor-ible The of the Mr. M-itthicu in one of his one. who eats his matutinal cirg. eats a sermon and a mira-cl--. I-isidcof that b 'aiitrftti shell lurks a ipic-stion which has been the Trov town for all philau-thropi-ifs and .scientists since A Ar.ned with the ngincs of war the the the offensive weapons of chemistry and reason- Ihev have piobc-l neighed and and still the is the citrnbl un-ackcil. I'rofe-sor Uokorny toil you tliat albumen is compiled of so many molecnl' s of carbon and nitrogen and hvdrogen. and can pcr-.uade von of th'- difference bet active and pa-sivc aiou'iicn. a-id can show by deli ate what the aldchyd s have to do in the separation of from hiscompli ate 1 but he ean't tell you why from oi.c egg comes a little rid 'ami fro-n another a bantam. You ieave your little silver spoon an hour in youn gg rrnd it is coated with a compound of sulphur. Why is that sulphur that evolution should provide forthe bones of the fnt'ire hen There is phosphorus in that and the oxygen of the air. 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 wnlis. Chemists know a good at now about and if they cannot tell us why life differentiates itself thciein and they ran tell you how not to spoil your the b .at. Th'Sgiit was Kept up for a good t'.pn and then the speed coir.mcnced to anfl the Wounded monster swam ea-iivrVid quirtlv Dn top of th-- w.itcr. The livinirtug crime lo n slaudstill nt and pullirg ar.vmd to a broadside -osition the Captain his opportunity-. Tiie se.-ond explosion wns followed by the r vving-d whic'i biirie 1 itself in the gicat m iss of blubber with a dull kerchug. Scan eK h-id the smoke clear- d away from the before the mulled boom of boic.b exploding in the historical Jo'i.ih sound' d tire dcritli knell of the px r o d The victim's huge 1m k grew ami'-atcd again but for onlv nio Hunt. 'I lie niine- thr isiicd lor a few seconds Ic the ut- cnme tinged a waim red. Struggle- and f c an-- more and more c.-i.tra' led with the final the it -wnrd'v wonn led monster rolled o. or rind expired. The other boats mi de fa- an 1 a hard pull of three houis Inn led the prize on the bea- h ncr.r the try of jinpcr and other covc'ings for the fee- a -u for Icatli' etc. have be n broiu-ht to notice in when- thtvr manuirtcturc his btfca recently undertaken. The climate of the of Ar ai. off the vvc-t co'isf of is so that pain. 8 nnd thrive i-i the air in wit. though the latit i.s that of the northern part of V'SPAPES-I
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