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   M'Kean County Miner, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1871, Smethport, Pennsylvania                               R. A J. C. VOL. vni. I I tail you, when you whlspetsd Of s lore far erer true. Why the bean you deemed so na tie. Only colder; sterner jrrsw T I wss bat toy last pleassd yon. Jest the Idol ofsa Por your lore will prore as transit at As UM dew that gems the Bower] Bed sad wsa there comes before _ One yontb sod genius bits And s brow with amber ringlets. That your haad hss oft caressed Jiul one year sgo I ssw you Wlm that face so sod fall Where the blushes ersr OitUns; Bluuocd the roses In her hsjr. Ob, the deathless lore aad passion That her spirit (are to roe 1 Merer tor one moment dresmlnr TUM her Idol wss nalrne. Jnst such smiles on her jam lavish Just such words to her you spot e Vowi of cotulanry yon plighted, Vowi thai Ions; broke. Girlhood's sweet sad holy yearnln AiplraUons high and jnst. Of a pruad and Rifled nature. Ton hare trampled In tbe And my suul. In deep abbotrvnce, Hhrlnks from touch and lorlng I one. While the heart yonr Mourns tlw hopes for ever flown. "WiaaM.do not digram yoomlf in manner; your father is not aa old not too old to marry, aad he knew that would not stay with him long, and (lire to me tbe tsre that erer Keeps fur one Its foudeahsmllesJ whose >oul, reflned and Knoweth not sednrtlrn Though hit form boss! not your U >uty, hU ntre your labile rhsnn, f orfcct trust shall bs mj portion, Ltaulng on hla manly arm. MT I wss nerer so aatonlabed aad hngry in my life. I looked again at the letter lying on the UbU me, t) lough I hoped some magic had exchanged tbe words; but no. there ttiey were, my father's clear, plain handwriting. -Winnie, you will be snrprieid, no duubt, to hear what I have to tell you. I married yesterday to Dale, the daughter of my old friend. O sorge Dale, whom yon remember. She is aa excellent lady, noble, self-sacriScing. and I know she will do all in her power to make my daughter! happy." The letter concluded with directions concerning certain preparations to be matte in honor of my future mother. At that word I dashed tbe letter down, pas- sionately crying, How Jnre he caA her by that name'( I will, and I bunt into a flood of tears, half of an- ger, half of grief. Hr mother had been dead three yean, and I had nerer ceased to mourn for bar. I was serenteen yean of age when she died, and had left me my little filter Hay. three yean old, to my eepecial care, and I had tried to fulfil her trust was a great comfort, and we wan alone together, a great deal (my father being away oa busineai a great deal of the time) we graw to lore each other as I think few listen do. How could I bear to eee her treated harshly by an orerbearing stepmother, I ukcd myself with a fresh bunt of teen. I alone in the room. Hay being out of doors, and our one servant having gone home to spend the af teraoon, ao I could indulge my grief and anger with- out restraint. It nerer occurred to me that a step- mother oould be any other than a hard, harsh woman. "Had not erery step- mother I had erer heard of or read about been cruel to her'itepchildrea Y" I ctill crying when I heard a cheery whistle down the road, and think- ing I knew the roioe. I tried my beat to crying; I succeeded tolerably well, ran and bathed my eyas, and by the time Carr entered the gate. I was busily away, though I had my liring to eara by my fingers alone. He came up the path with quick it spa, Imt (topped suddenly about half wa r to the with the exclamation, Halloo, Hay I yon monkey, what an you doing np Hush, said the voice of my sister from amid the thick brai ch- m of a large tree near the path, Hu raiting her forefinger, warningly. MBi die it almost asleep. I have had so m ich trouble with this she added, laid her doll carefully down on the branch. "Winnie told mi to Ixern my lesson for to-morrow, and Biidie wuuUn't go to sleep, until I told her t wo stories, and sung lullaby." answered Lew, in a sym pa- thiiing roioe. But I will let you m- 1 yonr time now, Birdie aelet be peeeed on up the path and ct me to the window, near which; I lit- ting. Good evening, Winnie. that pi see of sewing obliged to be finished this minute t because if it is, I will take ly- self off and not bother you." be M id, witL a twinkle in his eye. No, come in, J am never too busy to talk to my friends." Thank you, I believe I will oome i n and now put down this he add rd, as himaclf i lose by me, ad lt.ll me what U the matter. didn't say then anythi ng tbe matter." I answered, ly, I wss aakaaMd that he should kn >w 1 had been crying. No. your did aot tell me, tl tat anything the Butter, bat yoar e; re. Mr yoa have beea crying. Winnie K  kindly aad besides, I had learned of late to tell of a gnat many of aad he .o food, to noble. wtoe, aad I loved him, you know. He a sear neighbor iof a BUB with each brig it syee, aad pntty brown ai id all a true heart. I told him he did not horrified. T.T, maoh MaonUhsd. -How caalbear it. Lewi, r I orhid in oonolosion. -How can I bear o her take my mother's place. governed by her; above all, to treat unkindly my little thaP alway. beea careful of r i hunt into teen, cobbing outright. took ay haad. away from .way my tern. woBt 1 with him long, I ahoald Uke to know f" I mean to Uke you to before long, if you will go, Win- Yea. I think yon had better make that retervation, I answered, pre- tending to be a little angrier than I really waa. for I did love sometimes to tease Lewis Carr. "I am going to stay right hen at home, aad take can of Hay as wall aa I can." I declared stoutly. But Lewis pleaded hard, aaeWaeland he lovaa exacting I waa, ncmeidend and I forgave him for taking for gran ted that I would marry him. and promued I would, "if papa U willing." I added aloud, and to myself, -and eren if he isn't." After some man talk concerning our- bade me good-bye, with a kiss, aad want away, tearing me very, rery happy. I was still sitting by tbe window, absorbed in thought, when Hay entered, and I remembered what I had to tell her. Khe listened quietly, her blue nerer laariag my face, and wbeu I had finished asked simply Will she love you and me, Winnie 'e Because, if shs don't, we'll run away." And leave papa V Oh! I forgot papa. I guess we wouldn't run away attnr all but may be she will love us, and that will be so nice, won't iff" M I don't think it will be very nice, but will hare each other to lure, and papa too. will be at home more 'now, nuoo he got that troublesome business of ooiuiu Oeorges settled. We'll get ready for them, and make the best of it. Hay, said I, springing up cheerfully. The next few daya wen very busy with Hary and I, and on the cra- ning that my father expected erery- thing neat and in order. Hay and I went through the rooms once mon to see that all right, and then out into the kitchen to gire Hary a few direc- tions about the early tea; then going up stain I curled Hay's hair, braided my own straight locks, dreesed her and myself with fingen tnmbling with nerrousnous, and went down stairs to await their coming. Hay almost herself, aad chattered continually, though I scarcely heard her, I wss so busy with my thoughts, which wen not pleasant by any means. -Then they shouted Hay at Uvst, running out on the porch aad down the path to the gate, I following mon leeannly. Jnst aa I arrived at tbe gate a carriage drove up, and my father sprung out, saying, How are you girls then turned to assist bis wife. Hy heart stood still almost 1 looked at the woman who was my father's wife. I had only time for one iwift glance, before they came np to me, but that glance (bowed me a tall, graceful form. a fjtce, not so young I had imagined, with no beauty except tbe and a sweet patient expression about the month. Hy heart almost warmed to her, but I did not more or speak until my father led her np to me. This my oldeat daughter, Once, whom I have told yon about, and my baby Hay. is your mother. children." He looked at me anxiously M he spoke, and I managed to say as I held out my hand. "Welcome to Lakeside. I hope your journey haa not fatigued you much." "Thank yon." aba answered, as the took my hand and pressed a kiss on my cheek. I am not tired at all. I hare been so charmed with the beautiful country through which we 'hare psssed. And Hay, our baby. U it r aa she kissed her and took her little hand to lead her np tbe walk. "I am not a said Hay. I help Winnie lota, and study my lessons. I can read in the second laid to him triumphantly. I am glad my little daughter to learn and to help aud papa, and Hn.Keyuolds.aid: I must beg pardon for calling yon a baby a little girl that can read in the seoood reader, and help her sister work, is not a baby by any means." So wa went out into the parlor, Hay chattering away although ttrangur was no stranger at all. but a friend whom she had known all her life, eo quickly childhood throw off all restraint, which older people retain longer, making miserable rery often. AU through the evening I miserable, though trying to make myself appear cheerful. I was annoyed more than I Uke to confess at the friendliness of Hay toward her stepmother. She to fallen in lore with her at fint, and sat by her side with her ia Hrs. confidingly telling her of DSVOTfD TO U031E IXTBItKSTa. VKXKKAI, A TaasV IV SM1THPQRT, M'KEAN COUNTY, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1871. NO. 28. "li U Book me to Sleep. Hotber. end Ilfkeitthabestof all.butriliiagaome- Uung slee if Winnie laid UM child, innocently. A sadden bush seemed to fall upon all; my heart beet fast and violently, bat 1 lay who had canasd emotion, emote to the rescue by piece, and L began and played song ml- ter M ng. Hay singing in her bird-like voice, mold clock struck Un than I itod eloMd the piano, aad said to my it ipmothar "B tease ma, I (bould remem- band that you cam. a long journey and yoa most Mad rest. I wUl taka von to room DOW if yon wiah to go." I eofteaed and subdued by the musio aad (poke ao geatly that I was at myself. Bee root at once, saying if yon please, bmt I moat thank yon and Hay. nut, lor your sweet it haa reefed me of itself." -1 hope." aha continued, aa wa walked up stain together. yon hare not wor- ried yourself in nuking UM New ass fnm aw TnfiJr. Ttmm. The Court of Judge in the caee of Edward Bulluff. convicted of murder at Binghamtoe, and ordered We hare and execution by the offiosn of the law. leaned from a eouroe beyond rale in other bathing, hie head well hit body, into UM Dead Sea. Inflamed eras hair and beard ladm with acridfalU, are among the of while if he waters, he acquainted with a greater eoaoentratioa of than had eatered into imaginatioB befon. la booyancy aad forma. Ton look a little pale." 1 would not 1st your father write of our ap- proaching knew it would ouly Lengthen tlie period of your sus- Tl U U my room U it if what a pret- ty room itu; oome in won't youi- I want V> hare a little talk with you." I went in and drew a lounge np to the window we aat down npon it, and my began by talking, to me gently1, about my own mother, and then aha toid me of hen, who had been dead a long time. We were both orphans, that a link between us, and when I row to go to my room, the had ao diaa ruud me of all hatred againit her that 1 itooped and kissed her, aaying: I hope your home will be Tery happy with us, mamma." The last word alip- ped out almost unoonscionsly, and a glad look came to bar eyea when abe heard it. She drew me to her and hiaiirl me again and again in silence. When 1 reached my own room, Hay already asleep. but I did not feel though! oonld Bleep, ao I went to the window, raiaod it and tat a long time thinking at laat I dropped aaleep with my bead on the window ailL I do not know how long 11 Jept but I waa awakened at laat by dro] w of rain pattering down on my bead. IAt fint I could not think where I waa. Jut in a moment 1 remembered, and doting the window quickly, un- dreeatd and crept shivering to The next morning I awoke with a throat and beery, dull headache. I and went down etain to ant about breakfaet. My father and mother in the titting-room; they both ax- ed at my hoaree voice and feverish look. 1 explained that I had caught cold the window np too long, and then Hay entered with for mamma, and I went into the kitchen to assis Hary, who expressed her ooin- ion thai I had better be to bed. Just then mi unma came in end aaid that 1 g me reaUtauoe to this, but my bead be ran to throb and beat painfully, that I a lowed her to lead me to my room, which did not leare for three weeki Hy cold terminated in an attack of lung rer. and during my illneea my waa my patient, untiring nnne. I was not unconscious during daya and nights, though I appreciated her loring Can oame erery day to and when I begam to reoorer and wa i able to (it np in an easy chair, my >motber would oontrire to leare alom together, an ring Lewie a chance to aay :he sweet he wanted to ani which I 'loved to hear, only coming in when abe began to fear I would talk too much, and laughingly aend away, tailing him that be would eoon hare me all to himaalf and that abe meant to monopolise me now, for Lewis had told and gained dispute the particnlan of aa incident in the career of remarkable man which never beea published, and which ha himaalf recently told to aa intimate friend aa illustration of the hard lack" which attended him all throoghlife. tlanun that upon nleaee from Au- burn prison be wandered down into Pennsylvania, and baring perfect confi- dence in his ability to fill almost any position in the faculty of a college, ap- plied for a professorship ia Jdbnoa Col- Then no permanent opening for him in the institution but the pro- gave him clerical work to do. aad in a little while satisfied them- of remarkable scientific aad literary so that when an ap- plication came from Chapel Hill College in North Carolina for a professor of languages, faculty of Jefferson wen able to recommend Kulloff to it a proper person to fill the position. While preparing to accept the profeesonhip at Chapel Bill, be received a letter from Hn. Jarvis. UM wife of the Ithaca jailer, whom he had sedaosd. and through whom he wee enabled to make hie escape from prison, to the effect that had left her husband and was living with her son (the same, who waa drowned in the rivrr at Binghamton afU-r the murder) in destitute circumstances, snd demand- ing the sum of for pressing aud immediate Tbe letter contained a note from tbe sen that unless the money waa forthcoming he would kill Knlloff on sight the fint time they met. He utterly without the means to so large a sum. Gratitude and lore both conspired in his breast to induce one earnest effort to secure the money and send it to the only woman he erer lored. meditations led him to de- rise the robbery of a jewelry store in a neighboring village, and putting plans into execution he earned them out sUootesfully. and plundered the store of a considerable amount of jewelry. This he tied up in .handkerchief, and rapidly poeubie fled from the scene of crime. Travelling along the high- way in the early morning he orer- teken by a' stranger, who reluctantly gave him permiasioa to ride. They had bat a few whew, two approached them and arrested them for very wagon in which Knlloff was nding baring been stolen tbe previous evening by bis com- panion. Here was a dilemma even for so skilful a vilUin professor of Chapel Hill College. But his -cheek- cared him. Persisting that he knew nothing of the robbery of the hone and wagon, but was a chance passenger picked ap by the real thief upon the highway, and being able to prore good character by the professors at Jef- fenoa College, be waa discharged at ths btUemem the Sea of Hodom exceeded all we had heard or read respecting it; t in some) other our antici- ned surprisingly. rerefalaU for gloom, aad we found bright- we had imagined turbid waters, and we found a lake exquieiuly elear aad delicately blue; we expected par. fsct silsctoe aad aa unbroken wacte, and we touad the iteging among the and oleanders, which spring up wbererer its way the mountains to mingle with the mysterious inland sea. Urltlhle AftlmaU. out erery where. There U ne place whan it not been diacortred except in aad eren there, ago, aa ardent Hr. Cox. aa I TaaMCailak. Hr. Buckland. ia a reeawt nomber of ewU Wattr, aa iatereatingao- of a riait paid by him to a pond ooauining eodash at Pert Wigtonchin. The pjopeity ia qaeation to a gentleman by the of MDovgaU. onsMaMi W aa ampaU about hnttdred feet ia diam- eter, hollowed oat of UM solid rock by AU from W preven- ted by a barrier of loose tarwagh which water freely. Ooapproaen- iag the of tbe pond many codfish of great wen asan; aad when eeer- raat woman who had charge of the ash approaohxl with smnmli, the of the waUr was pvrMetiy aUre with struggling Ash. They oame to UM edge, and after a little while permitted Hr. Backlead to take hold of them, scratch them oa aad play with theea ia rariow Aavooc Ia Colorado ttttn an smaay of maay psnoeata plea ran A reoaat froai. Diefjo Bay wtigbed 335 A aocvpooad noeatly meed with boldness he I ring, tiring red-hot coaU. Hubeeqnent plainly demonstrated that tion was uncontrolled by judgment Bat from UM lowert of the when darknese perpetually, and when hydnwtatio pruesure aad a paucity of oxygen oonrinoed phUosophen no form of life eoald nxiit, have brought up extraordinary that organised teings an then in In the full enjoyment of life and unrestrained liberty. Brery animal, whether on land or aquatic, bearing in its maaclee, lirer. heart, aad brain, of independent liring many of them too minute to be reoognjced without a which an boating on the they oc- cupy. We shudder at the possibility of bar- ing introduced into our bodies the dreaded spiral worm of pork notoriety. Then an creatures quite bad looking, if we oonld see them, ip the beet of beef, and certainly in erery kind of edible fish, clams, oysters, aad other table delicacies. In short, all food, whether vegetable or animal, is infinitely infected with para- sites. So U the water we dnnk Life every when. Kren the clear atmos- pheric air we floating in it of microscopic animals and seeds of plants, which an inhaled with erery ether tried by him that of holding a ia head, aad al- lowing the fish to (wallow hand ia the effort to obtain the moiesl. The fish furnish to the proprietor an ample ply of excellent food. UM flavor being much superior to that of UM Uken ia UM open MO. Whenever for the- UbU of thoM at hand, and UM fish ascur withoat any difficulty. A oorreepondent of Lout and Water, referiug to acoonnt of the codfish at Port Logan, that when he visit- ed UM pood fifty ago. a blind in, pool, which the wo- opnsent to oar marriage. In conclusion I will only say that I am now established in a pretty little cottage with that I am very happy that Hay to rtay a dsy or two with me, and that I am con- stantly Assisted by the adrioe and ample of my (tepcaother. her her little ead griefs, to all of which papa aad wife listened with attention, making kiad replies, eddnamag me. bat findiag. I tuppcee, that I did not can to talk much, they did not force their nonreraation on though I saw my father look at BM once or twice with aa inquiring, troubled expression, aad gUaoiag ap quick- ly, I foand that my re- garding BM eameoUy, tlatoet tadly. Becoming uncomfortable under I went to the piano, and said to Hay: sister, papa would like to hear yoa sing I will play for yoa, aad taming to mj i Naa rraacbeelhrket. The Han Francisco oorreepondent of tbe Chicago JeuntoA writing under date March 10, paints the following aeductire picture I reality market: entering yon are spell bound at every itall. Hsn fresh, crisp, asparagus, vio- let tinted, aad eo suggeetire; hen an new laughing at yon oat of the cf wicker-baskets; axe straw- berries aeelling in green string beans, new and freah salad dis- pose thsrasslrsi gracefully oa every side rhubarb or pie plant, aa old-fash- ioned lore to call it, announce.' it- self in f rime condition for mush- aad salsify call to your mind hot and company o! every tint aad flavor blink at yoa plea laaUy from .lean looking boxes; summer squashes crook their necks oti every side, and oaloas waft fragrant from their green oeneen. In other yoa find UM beet batter ear country lever prodaioerl. firm, sweet, yel- low selling at forty-fire ,eeaU per upon the accusation of stealing bat befon he had left tbe coon-room the offioen looking for the burglar who had stolen the jewelry came in. identified the property touad in the wagon, and insisted upon arresting him for crime. Bulloff in no wise The, eame confident air which he had maintained all through the try- ing ordeal, and the testimony of the pro- fessors, (erred him to the end. and de- claring ignorance of all knowledge of the burglary well of bone- ha a esoond time discharged, while his companion was held for both and ultimately saflVred the pun- ishment for the very offence which Bul- loff himself had committed. In describ- ing this incident in life, Kulloff laughed and said it waa only one instance of the "devilish hard luok" which had followed him all through varied ca- reer. 'aad taming to my-father, -Hay he. improved wonderfully ia mueic eiace you went away." -We will be delighted to hear her, and cannot yoa eiag my father "I prefer not to to-aigtt; he- yoa OBB jadge better of voice without ritMwend. eosily, ee I took up aeheetofmasie. "I will sing Winaie; it the pnttieit oae of all. aad ahe held op Bock me to Sleep, Hotker." Not that, dear." said I. taking it from her head. What itr Mid my father. transparent an 1 is pound; fresh eggs, alasoet shelled, andgoan at thirty cemte honey iad aad fresh violet.; with aboot their necks, and epteed herriag aad bologna, o? dlne noise, aad whole of raw U fried, yoa pleeee. The an crowded with juiey aad mammoth quarters, their abooad ia wall talk aod Theee rogvee ia aproaa low to aad frigitsm UM oat of their iano- A tanner having married the daugh- ter of a butcher, the balk wen rung ia honor of the coeaeioa. It aefced what the wan rang; for. Only a union bet wean akin and UM Batalag bi the Dead Bathing in the Dead Hea produces novel a sensation if you found your- self suddenly endowed with wings, and emulating the of a tumbler-pigeon in mid-air. Yoa become a clumsy float, a top-beery buoy, a swollen .cork, the instant you are in waters, and arms, legs, and body an apparently endowed with the strangest qualities. It is as if heavy wan affixed to each di- rectly yoa attempt to more, aad expe- rienced swisuoers fail ia their by nsson of the unnatural buoy- ancy with which they have to contend. Tour limbs are on the surface, aad you the air with your the mo- ment yoa try to swim, and the man who would be drowned eoon he out of BU depth ia any other sheet of water in world UM beat fitted for bathing in UM Dead Sea. He cannot in it. let him do what he will It U M U wen rncaeed in liw-belta, or oa a leather bed. If lean back and throw feet up, it exactly as if he wrre resting in'a peculiarly weU-etufted with a leg-net to match. He may fold turn on one tide, Ue flat upon stomach or back, clasp kaeeswith both or draw aad head together. U the UM kamaa body would BOMBM U crammed hastily into a jar with ito left oat. aad all with ao mon possibility of (iakiagthaa if he won ia tomptod by oaaeaal faoUitiea to stay long ia UM with head oa- eovendr The ban aad rooky of the low-lyiag caldroa which the Sea of Death nflcot back UM bmJiw aad Us aad a of oar ilsetroy the vitality of most of them, which otherwise would es- sentially affect our health. Still it impossible to live and not be preyed npon by invisible parasites. In the prepara- tion of food, therefore, thorough cooking the safeguard. Baking ami boiling destroys them. If allowed to remain too long after being subjected to that pro- a new set of immediately take possession, so that nature never re- laxes in her unceasing labor of develop- ing life in every thing and every where. man who bad the pood in charge used to feed, with limpits taken from UM rock. When fish came to UM surface with the the caught it with her fingen, down with it upon a (tool, baring a pail of the shelled, ia her lap. with which ah. fed it out of an iron spoon, tbe fish sesming to enjoy it very much. After feeding she returned it to the pood. The writer arm. to be a fact, although ha evidently scarcely expects it to bo AfrU. WayMathoadcr Because it pad OB paaL The "AnciMt of b a Bew Wcrtm M A of MMd arr- eatr{ M caUsag a of na) Hr. wrote M editorskl tat IT oa "The of JsramUm." the oompcsitor nt ii ap, Jerseyit.." rteoner (a the eooatf jail lately fall while tfmtmtt UM waw, aad the institBtsoa fa be paoami for oat that the better esourity. up matter a Being Drewara. extraordinary mental phenome- na occur ia drowning. won res- piration is by the iadrawing of water into the lungs, is immediately extinguished. From all that can be gathered ia regard to UM action Of the heart, that organ probably acts, but feebly, a considerable time after Uie function of respiration suspended. By muscular force arterial blood driven cowardly to the head {aster than the bring It back, and conarqneatiy the mind plunged, It wen into pro- found deep; for the lorn of MB aa Us aad a SMS. eb mUt will be the Two of water. n- befon UMV aad the Mvon ihoottac sod which oatil their im- their im- aa koar latar. in UM of UM Jordan. Woe, too, to UM who. following results from a sudden apoplexy induced by aa extra aocomnUtion of blood in the delicate textan of the brain. When the pulsations of tbe heart stop, then the tension of the muscles nlax; andifaoeffort.atreenacitetionar.made, vital heat diminishes gradually, and the change U an expansion of compressed gases in of the body, due to the first of chemical deoomposition. If tbe body, however, ia recovered im- mediately, even though respiration and the circulation an quiescent, it U possi- ble to n eatablnh the movement of the blood by artificial inflation of the rigilanUy continued for a long while. The trial not always soooresful, but ao that the prospect the utmost With the revived action of the heart, the moment the lungs begin to take ia oxygen from, the air forced into life to return. So it admitted by phUoeopben that tbe sool ia woo back, if it had gone, in tbe act of netoratioa; or else it is morally certain departure at death, a grad- ual process, which may be interrupted, and it reimprieoned in brain agate by human effort aad skill. ef latteU. Contrary to general law respect- ing vocal sennds. which are produced by forcing air from the through the larynx, or vocal protmbrranos ths middle of the threat-all the by insects en elaborated by a distinct orgaa entirely different from the vibration of elsetic aorda. Usually their music nude by robbing one hind-leg across the other in a kind of fiddle-bow action. An intensely thrill note thus produced that U heard at a gnat distance. Some have an elementary arum-barrel between the (boulders, on tke beck, when leven act on the prin- ciple of drumsticks on a tense mem- brane. In short, the variety of me- chanical made use of by naton for enabling tbe male to announce pretence in the neighborhood at the proper sea eon for insuring the next-year mention of the family are direnafied and extraordinary. none of them breathe by a tube passing down the neck, bat by null in the of their bodies, then an no consequently no to blow oat air for meet Ing eooad. A lew one wing ig-'nrt the other, which vibrate, into a clear aoond the We know hardly half a oaat a'foot, are five a feet. Tbe Detroit ki MW method away the OBBB- grinden, Brary day or two they have a email paragraph like thi.: "Orgaa- griaden in Heerpoii Buke ekaBt tea a day." A little bey had a gnat hkiag far the water. mother told him aot to go oa tke or Bear tke water. "For, Freddy, if yoa ekoakt get druBaed. we should nerer know what had betOBM of you." "Oh yoa would, "ease, it would be ia tke It said oae of tke BWBSBV Bsh a tasae whisk, ka kee taught to oome at whistle, folio w him all over tke BOOM. Tke eiaai will on hiad MCI aad CM down at UM oooiaiarMl of BB) BMBMT.' just enough of en reoogniaa, tomological science to make it cerUin then U much to learn. Their instincts, paternal aolidtude for the young, their meta- morphoses, and the economy they pnr- for the perpetuity of a nee, unim- portant they may appear in the gnat of Creatirs Wiadom, open a broad fwld for futon asthirteea.mndif repwti are a most of tience will aonOBtpUak. most of humor that hwn recently displared by a the Hae of UM BowZkw it a apite the himself the other day for a of a eroarter ef with soap. A rfagle hoan ia eroawag The LouUville "A change beea IB the mannfactun of whiskey which to revolntionue the H hentofon A guUhed phnidaa and ehcmiat. a by which fosll oil ia the Uqaor eaa be so changed ia by _pro- dncing oxide of aaryta, M completely to BMtnlise evil ABU, aad UM whis- key rendered perfeeUy pan aad, free from all disagreeable or odor, erra when Then geoniae hoBMir IB a para- graph ia a recent BBtaber of UM Dolath which -that OB the aorth (hereof Laka BmridtaM oae of ebaraetarietie through the tnp rock 'OB Ua fwt wide aad forty feet den. with tre- aw4 ralk BBW ea- the lake, which rrnr BM the What binatioa ef to ap that seourge of oi vilSatioa f A total lack of hi tt rympi ahoald my. aad of that rhiot a por- aoa to eee. by iaetiaot, whether ke or ooavereatioa be agreeable to the joiaed to iaf lagndMat'ia tke bore', cheraeter. ex- eept ia fer M it to eoaaeated with waat of sympathy. The emeaee of tke ban i. the abawMe of the svarpathetie of syiapathUiag power. Tke qoito disBaet. A Buy i to oeatk wttk by oflsriag it M thewrorngtiWA hori he. BO toot Thi. to why the bore two an veniagor the UnnrthaaUM ly the Bat tkoogh the: tensity. ir warn of the two. The rarity fa than nnsaniBHtiil for by the In- JftyuttwM. A Core far In the Oiutttt lUnUmadain, Dr. Con- tent for the form of dys- pepeia in which then U difficulty ia UM digestion of starchy of food tbe of the nltrogenions substance de- veloped in bode aad graias during their gerhiinatioB, and known dtmttatt or maltiiu. substance, U geoerally known, in .hydrated itarch the of by which it eoa- rerted into and glucose the which all starch and sugar must Meame before they an fitted tor nutri- tion. The organic matter contained in the mixed sajira, and the of the intestine, ia health, rufiVnent to eetablieh pruosse bat, in a eon- dittoa of the ailjDcntary tract charac- terised by alteration or defloieacy of or inteattaal to do tor aad ia intestina artieUi of food. digeetion what pepeine uminoid artieUi of ia that UM testinal for UM albu UM riminy ia of two each meal, aad after it never prejudicially Uva He to A teacher la ty ia Canada, while making eaaw to eonvmatioa with To- moot lady, who had tekea ap her UWBOI ta the Of ooone the school and fnimat teaoher oaote op for oriUcwm. and UM old lady, ia rag of prirlmmot, irtrti i Wa'al. maeter, what do JOB think he -1 OMhTat my, SVB'MB. Pny what didheteaehr -WalU.Betold'em wa. UawiBtBg to COBM OBCMT the utigoij UM sgaoraati. the teaeher eraWvaly 1 ranee into the rwhat peoqliar of Elver; aad that of all the emptying into the lake aloag the it U the only one that BM ler mt iti oa the for the f epicure ia private Ufa than oao Mr. London, who ia ten yoan literally ate op a of oae hmBdnd flftr thoaeaad not only travMMTan BsjfOPi for the soMparpoeiof appetite, bat te AIBB, HCXMO, aad Ceaadeto with tbe cost him flftjr Finally his fortoae waTndwMd gBiaea. With thfa he boagM a woodeook. whiek he had IB UMMgBoitMyleof raHa.ry.rt. After rwrJag two hoan W Jwsmasd late the Thimei from Waaaamiaeter Brfcige. weUe of ton have been rtUor.nd IB Ohio, deKribrd by Profoanr Kewbavy. ot4he Oeologwal Sorvry of that Stela, JTew Hillwood two gire eat oil. Two or three mlUs below then, ia the valley of the KoknsjBg, have waaa Md aithe depth ef waoint the track iak Mfwnl fort From UM earbsuwUed h of bat still there awkft U it -Wa'al." jae, "If the ssVHwsffssBsL BWssswl eBwaVsaw wtWeWef, IVeffJawwi leaned mm that It rOaWtaWMB.MdtB.MB it up by virtBeof at.netioB.'' oki ledy lowered feer tf these BMB BM tke mkoifcoB tke like w whet the arth op the of a pipe two IB let of large a to Upon, aad IB ._____ light a large city. Then I. a BUB lathe StetePrlsoa.joet. lit Ufc. who 1 bat h. had a gnat love of tke wherever ae finwa.rjnttyMm.toee.Br. He esee paid avUt to taeU.es' durtag hi. stay tae flntfln iaowm OB the UBBBB) OWJOVMB: arietta, to W< wvenl VriliHBjiTmi Vi   

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