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CLEARFIELD, WEDMSDiK .UWA11Y 1(5,
surper.' But what 8ay to a compromise?'!""
try -Koarlnjr-Brook ?" ?
J-et fatigued by (he length of the chase, veaiw "orsclvc3 un(lel th
try 'Koarlng-Brook 1
'Ajreed, Squire I agreed!' "iln3Dlore th air of surprise than fright, hi's
This little brook, riging back of what is gen fnUCf3 Ia'J gen,,jr Urk UPon .eck, h:sl
erally known as Cobble for Koble'sV bill ana"dark ra'3cd and H his colors flying, lo )
? v. -iMay turn
i L Uay, brother
;' . 1 ' My arm sL
J f grief were
y I. :d cry, 1.
' ' ' 0 brotl.
. . i, i&je! let c
1 fesawav; . 1-i
1 I . 1 it
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ll'lcouleharm, ' :
jane aim.' - '? '
j in w; - . .
, jon jf'n-!eof tb
. . tbo exPAatv.' The.
4nMlert s6.!-i of most'
r ,,1-ir iudges i '4 to
r:; in Jordan
Cr v of 3n Pe
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Retire .hthc m
ttort9 , n0t at . Tte -v . ?
"uiu im uininea as n. ninnn.
tain anywhere .else, Cads its way down to the
Boquetbyaiuost precipitous rout, and al
most entirely oa a bud of naked boulders.
Hence its name. It has no perpendicular fail,
bat its roar an be easily heard in a still night
for a mile and a half.
Every thing seeiaeJ in readiness, and all
eaica m the wa-on, when the tiuick ra
he Sherilf detected the absence of an in.por
ant member of the party.
'Achy, wherc's Three-Legs V
Little Three-Legs was a mediurn-slzn.l t,r,
Colored bound, of lull blood, who bad ,Zn
taught fn a bear-trap while on the rnn-wav
and had been kept there until from sheer star
ration, sho fcuaired orher leir and rptnmnr) t i
"cer master. Shu had Ion Ami.,,'. ...
... - a I'iiiiicuiar
. f e ever since. He .frequently carried lier
4 ome in his arms after a long chase. Her
, J?n?r I'wutiful cars, and clean, ti.in skin
Viowcd vjs purity of her blood, while her cry
C4ear an pure as a trunn.ff mi A.-.
assistant to tho other dors. She
intain her .position in a short ch.isn
yol!, but in a long run, tho strain on the
i3:;iI'T fore-lei wan iiu r,mii ... i. .
i f little leather boot to t!io- shorfonn
I It prevent injury by hittii,g it on ti.e
ivu-t-s 1S an sate. I wanted to save
r the run. We'll tc at .Von-,!!-,
, - -
i e sort epic, the
C.I tin r,f -ho ,l IpiCJilDrni the drtT. trn wom i.
;i"-- upewcu Jjituself,-Apollo3 Xcwell,
whom 110 worthier man trod the soil of
U issir. Many a man have I heard prafso
I itegrlty of another by savins :
It 's as honest ns A polios Xc-o"rr.
V tyisk ride of three miles brought us to
'i fntirscction of tho brook with the riven
J"' horses were taken from the wagon and
3tt. under a spreading beech, and an nmbrel
'T.nread over a tnyf-terious-looking basket in
dunded on, as if
hoofs, and conscions of nnti
Atifed in eosUcy.
Ysh." said Xewell, not a '
spurning the ground vlth'U
untiring sjieed. I
s ' 'ic track.'
ire fur dinner
r, king tliC basket.'
iaa.h.!', said Arcby, 'I Know wiiosa uo
cp chat prog.'
,c. indeed,' replied L , 'ever since
jiifposed on my good wile as a beggar, in
'.I goggles and a knapsak, and drew on her
' I 'ipatMes for a good dinner, and was broom
rS tho house to iav for it.'
i:t 111s rifle to the cock, and troifed ; ,. nrkled at the remembrance, 'fick-
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10 clear the woods, the distance Tj;an bread, salt, a chunk of raw pork.
word, or ic'I
u sioo-i 10 tno river beinir siou'
ss plat. On ho came. Oh!
tr t-L-a IT
and," a, tb5Lrai8C'1 hiS liflC t0 ,lis s!i0U,iCr'
' -ie iue last Do.ni.l Jror.l i
bis tfl tli,.
From tl meJ at Iii3 "ock.and ur-
uucn turn ol the deer a beau,
it was evident he was
fllE SOQl'ET . : tIuab.'j i
is raysr-'sted on the'!
3 lUsle Tillag9 of
scene &' surpassing. ,
eemcd inlaid with . j
colors. The frost- j
th his ir.ric wand.
L .. ----VJlt(J.
as bo sfrncl.' t
i,t ti iitcr,
Jilt. 1 10 ti v.- ( :
tho riVpU and & thrc0 s,10,t j"ni;'S ir:t
w ,. ' The Sheriff liearJ r:;-
1 ! Vfo fioyi hia station t!it
. .... tstenod up. 'X tie
iDSaoWatl,c river, V , aU,Ht knce.
U"T cwt, Vcttius adv
years, He, heiiig clad i.,
o in and cut if -;.,, ,r.s i;.ro.,t.
IhoimictLadfctruck jt,;h3 root f 1I:C
horn, on the side of t!.,ilJj ..j.pcd
t.iere, consequently the o:i!v Rt.inn.
C't, not killed. L .v j
aia liroce.xh'ii .m f:
beech" anhe elnjj
I ti.ese vvzb ja 1
m, as if to j"e ra.
g-tinie shoul .igiia
Ue tmchangin, aj
:a and the pint' t
lie grass was uj. j
'is the 'Taroi-ra;(;'i '
....-, KANSAS.. , . .
Kecest Electiox .rcMAtE Heroism. Du
ring tho recent election much cxclwiu-.-iit took
place in Kansas. Tho object was to oucirR1
or reject tho Constitution, as framed at Tope,
ka. At somo of the -polls the ballot boxes
were brokcu, and the clerks severely maltreat
ed. The St. Louis llepublican, pro-slavery,
el lata at
ri!vw;' , , , ,1, .
.Ti7tt"-0 - 1 vV-wajron. toward m. K'ncwmi
,dd . ii. TS tCL iost affectionate look. Abels leashed
!.itfii"" 1 x
..Ilk - A
I era Whimuprin" a hriiii. in I M mn.t
aS nr. damage
7"t.Kl at tbe
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I.r.OrrVe, .Ve, ' J former th.ew
'V ' I, nV ."cccA to'V? ,S 1 W'v TvQthe ,,rook join
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F,.cWl ;: ' - .i -:.-bounds.
Aitl " JL ll v ' v f I . , 1 -I K1W" .O.I
. I . Mr
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nt. .-.,. ftre
Vbc w ' .etsn6
,Wlr came to o.,,
If important Upat A
! ir ",lrI -fiV J? ..
.e 1 fiL (Ione Iea(iillS bim up and
ice VTliired himself out. A full half-
. ..111. .'
! Iiai--t iVw, lost u v.VaAe r ;.
r I Ifc 1 W' .,..eO fc ,.r ilC v
r 1 . 1 t .
-r r-a ' ' - j iu -
swas wj.jLll1 .entr-1"
. citnde .
t.U.eeourer V; vv;v.
lift DU"- '
K i aiW
er with tiieir noses to the ground, in
a trak,' and started for the bead of
. The inn-way was fro: . tho ton of
down the stream, crossing it several
its confluence with the Boquet,
vn said river on the west bank there-
lawyers would say,) for about two
ds, then crossing the river at a little
1 then in a direct course to Eaht
11a prouaojy be an nour iieioro a
a co'uu oc iounu, me aucria ana r-
rtllf ll.rtll f. tli I i .1 n a "it nr. otlirt.,ln
their skill lor
his line in the deep
'id tho river, and Ar
te d up the stream. Meanwhile,
ith his ritle in his lap, listening
Trout were not
hd tiic Sheriff was about giving up
301' ' tiirowing ins hook into tne
. tea gently down to the deep pool
0 1 , and, 'Ileav-ins ! what a bito i
Wv. Tft hooked, but the old fisherman
: i '
11 it would never do to tug at
. ..1. . . . ...
Yvft' V line. .Having no creel, it was
natter to give him his run. It
t in this way, until bis trout-
nose to the surface for relief.
ght gently to the shore, the
M a stone, and nsln? his old bea-
gash, which let a litt.'j Mood:
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"11. v, iiim in.1 was 01:111s 1 eel in ;.,.... r,.i
and now commenced' one of he r exc'itin '
encounters it waiver my fortnii wi'iicss"
It is well fciiowiihat an old stag aV- is ong
the most sava-e' of animals, and snlun
gash made in his throat had severe raain
vessel, the Mocd he had hist amount 0 no.
thing. Ie lowered his bead, and niuJv.fii'nge
atjhis cueiyy..L j:ulAi.-aaCi to
catc.i him i.y ti:e horns and force his noVm
dcr water by liis own weiglit. But this oilld
not last long, as the deer's struggles wcre,0w
c rful. lie next auatrd fo ,)0,(1 ,)im
horn, and use the knife 00 ti....,t. ,. " ,
,Tbe result of this .e.sper:m'vuit..vas that ,
landed about six fect'otf, wfth the whole fr.it
part of his clothing torn from his body, n il
his knife lost. The d-jer made another spri g
at him, with J,ke intent to put his fore feet i
top of him as he lay in the water, and tramp".'
him. ' This he evaded by a sudden spring, at.',
again succeeded in grasping him by bot
horns. Thus they struggled and floundered f
sometimes one underwater, and then the oth
cr, for some twenty minutes. Meantime the
dogs had run in, and too inastill came to the
rescue. Unfortunately the water was iust that
dentil in wlii.li mm nnd f..-fr ponlil vf-.Ti.t lmt $
the dogs could not touch bottom. It was all
they could do to stem the current, to saj' no
ad potatoes to roast. Good !
Ah ! ha !' aid Abies, 'three black quarts !'
Twas tho rock he usually split on, tho' onr
j.neral failings might be said to be primUire.
A circular bole of three feet across, by four
itches deep, was soon dug in the ground, and
fded with clean stones from the brook. On
tvse- a rousing fire was kindled, and left to
liirn nearly "cut. Meanwhile, Archy bad cut a
llf-dozea chops from the venison. The Shcr
jr' had occupied himself with preparing his
ivo-pound trout for a bake. The modus oper
hdi I beg to set forth ns a rule for all gour
mands I-.iMilie situation. After properly cleans
iig it, he, with a knife, made an incision down
tic whole length of the back, nearly as deep as
tie linck-boue. Into this was laid a thin slice
if raw pork; if you can add a squeeze of the
biiion to the pork, all the better. The belly was
tfr.flbd with the soft part of a loaf of rye and
Mian-bread, mixed with fay a gill of Madeira
vj'.ne. His troutship was then carefully and
tightly rolled up inthe hull' of a clean newspa
per, and laid in the embers to bake. The time
nJ.-ccisary to properly do the fish must depend
tri.its size.. I should say --fou,l '
forty minutes, and "hen properly done, he ,s
a morsel for an epicure.-of . your urW
it's a u ' - 11
the delicate, flavor 01 a
w.'i.a Ucep-watcr trout.
The fish devoured first, as wos proper, then
came the chops. Oh ! ye well-fed city alder
man, who think ye sit down to your groauing
boards and eat venison, I would one of the best
of you could have partaken of those chops !
Venison as was. venison' were they, cut from
lirrnvsincr in his native
woods but i . - r T-nr
'"vg before; none 01 your
lilacs, uisgusiing stun .
oq down from
the country in February, coursed u..,
blood is heated and unwholesome before he is
killed, and then frozen and thawed and frozen
again, until no trace of juiciness, or fibrinc, or
of reiu'son is left; but rich in flavor, tender, be
cause well fed and fat, and luscious with the
rich juices with which nature seasoned it,
broiled on the glowing hickory coals, and cat-
on vet smoking with the bubbling heats of its
. . . . - - 1 1
wn juices. A sicgic glass 01 wine 10 eacu,
nd then for tho dessert
ic woods ! Vcs, indeed, and such a dessert
hen Archy went up the brook trouting f
i i .r i. r!.T;i, -ct -. .,. i. :
r. . , .. tho morning, he returned, to all appearance
w.. . ..... r. v.. ,u.,.u... ... ,w l.n dfll
pn i iic a i.iaae-i:i;e point ;- , . ' .. . , .'i.-d
.i UN .11- .Vi.-IH . .-... ...... '
ith a dripnius basket, m wlncii wcrff u"fc
ir.. Iio Tin(T tliA TirMi.t cili.
f ,V-"J I" -...j-
a t.vo pound
It he heard ahslloo from JTcw-
f:e, and parted for the camp.
-f III" " . .,
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for v vo
before with liis rifle up to
gs on the brook; bo : Newell
skill at tke point where the
the Bouquet,- and the Sher-
.here the run-wny crossed
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ce , Irp urnaV ptov
v . 'I S .xnrt . vov v.rn
i'a .Vis tittl ' Jr .
AgMf'$ P'Ablefs further up.
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:f:,f. e iWtlVt
r ' 7 l eoat, it's 1
hear that!' ?. ' '
chorus! The clear, pure
morning," undisturbed by
vo tho deep raonotonc cf
every voice distinct and
High and clear 'above all
of littfc Three-Legs.
the mastiff", chiming well
fUtVw.AudJhe young one
my blood uioreYh7t?tnV.y.
''that' Abels' rifle or Ar-
itliad. nof stopped the'
VfitiS V'iiui of 6oie' an-
'peaHmove. ' Some for
vwas a brief opening
had been broken,
as sharp as a needle. Oa this the .Shcriif had
seriously torn his hand caily in the fight, and
was losing some blood by it. JIa shouted to
Newell to fire at the doer, but so sndden and
rapid were their motions, that the old gentle
man was afraid to shoot, being as likely to hit
one as the other. As for myself, I was a mere
boy, and they had been gradually getting into
deeper and swifter water thau I could stand in.
I could do no manner of good, and stood on
the shore, amid the bariiing dogs, excited' r.nd
speechless. Again the deer's uoseas forco
under ' water for a moment, and again with a
mighty cfTort be raised his antagonist with a
lunge that rolled them together in tho stream.
L felt his strength failing, but ho also
knew liis life was at stake. Earlier in the-bat-tle
he hail fought from a fouling of prida, and
fo save the venison, as there would be no
chance of killing it now, if the buck got away.
Now, had he let go, and made for the shore,
the chances were tho deer would tran.plerhim
before he readied th bank. At this critical
moment Archibald arrived. He had heard
Nc well's . gun, ami not hearing another, had
taking it for granted the gani3 was quietly
killed, and strolled lieaurely.' back. Seeing
the real stato of tho casoat a glance, be
plunged Into the stream, drew his knife, cut
the animal's ham-strings at a blowj aud ended
the .'fight. . Both were drawn ashore, the deer
dead, and 1 perfectly exhausted. A
draught from a bl.'Clc bottle, , dug from the
depths of the mysterious basket, soovx put all
parties to rights, saving the torn harid and ba-
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.veety little Iroutlings, of from three
nd a half inches in lenith. which ho- m;xn
red to keep alive, by taking then ftrcfu!'7
om tho hooky and keeping the bjfc1' under
fit.r. Ta lm I.t.f ..in tln-m iniTuiaiiKieai,
T " " ' " . - j - L I
id lav them lu a frvins-nan or nc cal3
"4s but a moment's work. YTfr Ilot worthy
ilsscrt for such a dinner tcr. linS niorceaux
ti revive the drooping appot'-3 of appoplec.
t alderman !
rrh i1:i-'5 imnf. Mm tli- roast wero now
tiled,' and recliiiing jQ-cr ,he spreading
bicch, the party rested f :l th fatigues and
ciitemeuts of the day"e,iev!n3 the time by
t;I-s ar.d stories of old unts escapes by flood
aid field, and all :1 VJI"'cd trialiJ anJ CXP
s: res of border lifiM
' i'SauIre said A'jg to the ShV fI'U bet
till venisoa youf hit tho $Uct' bird top
of. that mulleni
.v. Rand's too
,- j. t - f. c.'it v. nnlv about sixty bal-
lots were given, and these were afterwards de
stroyed in some collision between a party of
pTO-slavcry men and their opponents! . The
wholo- election was regarded as a farce. In
some districts no polls were-opened, and it is
not probable that any regard will bo paid to
this proceediug, alter the direct recognition
by the abolitionists of Kansas of the laws en
acted by the late Territorial Legislature, and
the oiiiccrs appointed under these; laws."
A l..f(,.i- fi nm Tnv.TCttce tO the bt. X-OU13 J.U-
tclligenccr. says, that business was beginning
to revive. No attempt has been made to bring
the murderers of Barber to justice. The wri
ter adds : "The Governor is trying to get out
of tho bad scrape he has got into, but I think
it v ill be utterly impossible for him to do so.
tt ...li.-a fil.mt i.ifi i:ir to Lawrence, bv.t I
J 1 ' (.!.-.. ..--- -. ( J
think tha first move he will make, will he in
fbo other direction. In the event of. the Sen
ate refusing to confirm, him, his res-gnaUon,
or dismissal, I do not know who the Adminis
tration could get to take the post. The com
forts and emoluments of the post arc certah.ly
no inducemonts, and it does not appear to be
. i unt or.
a vcrv great place to m1'-;., r - '
,- -mug ts certain, that -it is now the moM
important post in the country, and that a faith
ful and able discharge of its duties is, as blat
ters stand, actually essential to.the pi ace of
tho whole country. ...
Manv startling Instances of heroism are now
related, since the S-ia'C I-snronca was rais
ed. One case was tho bringing in of ammuni
tion, thro' the bescigers' 'hues, by two ladies.
A lot of powder, lead and .'other ammunition
was at a place some eight iniles distant from
Lawrence, was oflixed and wanted. Tho be
siegers had the idicc completely surrounded,
when the two lal'S ia question, Mrs. G. W.
Brown, and M S. N. Tooi, drove out with
a buj-gv r.lon secured tha needed ammuni
tion bencatilieir clothes, and drove in ag.iin.
Miso!ans stopped their buggy once or
twice, bdn'-.-i. jrabmtry to let them pass
without-arch. Tiiii iv. a remark.
able pe of female intrepidity ; but 1v
mindevery flung is thrown in the shade by
the jf'tiduct of the heroic and devoted sentries
ofLawrence. I or a full week they were ex
jed to nocturnal excursions, and were fired
f .on every night. Gen. KoLinson, knowing
What a dessert in ..e. i..i.ieij .ui.iujii. i puiu-
r' : i i . . . . . t i . . i . ... . . . . ...
tune gruuiiu i ur quarrel, issuea orders mat mo
sent riessho'd not return the fire, until in immi
nent peril of life. These orders were obeyed,
aud such heroic and exposed endurance is al
most unparalleled." The shots fired at'thcra
were mostly of a random character, but one
sentry had a ball put through bis hat, 'and an
other had a horse shot under him."
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ihe new dogma 01 me 'lmmacuiii q0',
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cepnon in me jlvuiuisu inurcu, is ttin
quite a discussion among the faithful iuice.
v w . ' . ,. f . l . ,. T
Olivers is luourguu ui mji;un3aua'(I.,l
.tane nortion of the Catholics, arret r.y
is the,, H of th0 Gallicaa or tLVa0ffa
Montanc Krfl0n of the Church.
ed that the rtv ,ogma iead 4f para;
tion of the two baches of the f J - .j.
give our readers sonf.-llc;l 0f ih( if'k-t 'of
this controversy, we givir- -
a translation oi an muuu m ..
to an article in IS Unietrs :
"You aro the men who wrop ,tj., t
the Inquisition, the greatcstc.
kind; who shed blood like water If) ,
the Albigenses, of the Y. aldast Ulg
Hussites ; who butchered obi rat? i,
children ; and said whilstlreadf"-:
heaps of corpses, God will feaar',
who bled Spain to death, ;.xt;'
Moors, and proscribed tb S&veM'j
the Protestants on St, T' ftY
blessed the dagger of JACur'i
loosa upon Europe the ihl.-t
cocted in secret the -Enrpr
formed Flanders, by the ha
Alba, into an immense slifl V
Giordano iruno at too,f
rack the genius of Gali'oij
XIV. the revocatiouf ii
burnt four hundred i Qia'l
signed a hiuidred Jhj"J
( w a t - '.A - aurt- t" iKVi "2 A
Galas, executed Labarroyr flayed Y
killed, at Home, Gen. Duphot, shook in tbo
l.tli centuryv t!ie law of sacrilege, as a trial. -torch
of the . Inquisiticn, and finally irritated '
France, during the restoration, to such a de
gree, that after a long, resistance, France in-J"
diguantly punished you. Do you recognize
yourselves in this description of your service,.
and in the long trail of blood you have left be'
hind yon on the road of the iust? ; Do you be- C
gin to find out what your family name is 2
Your name is not religion, for religion i poaco "
in the State, whilst, wherever yon set 3 our '
foot, we find nothing but discord: Ko power. "
no people, ta? been able, tp Uve withiitiataty.
reach of yortr breath, without being poisoned -and
Vomiting you back." . ; . 7- .-;
s . I'll I
' rem " , -ro ' .
Mr n 11 i 'i
.iajerfidi- 1 . y. ,
lame to- 6hoot.
A?rI.r- can.' &
Ycs ' ixiS "c-' 'i Harry will lend me his
0,The ri'flr sa a9We ruadeiat Lansing
bur"" thr y nianllfacturer Northern hunters
' tho. tli0USl)t capable of boring a de-
ccnt.b ...,, , , ...
na tne oau a nunureu ana twenty to
He slowly drew sight ou the lit-
J as he said, I'1I not kill him, but
his legs off.'. The bird plied his little
3 as he fired, flew around and around, tri-
vain to alight, but could not, and at last,
aricd and Weeding,' fell to the earth, both
MomrvrxG x Caxbidate. At a Democratic 4
meeting held at Indianapolis, says the Chica- r;
go Citizen, Lieutenant GovcrnoMVillard wa3
recommended as a' candidate Tor Governor
next y3r, provided be.would agree to'refiaia '
from using that "CnwuhluTr-i. ae-r'adin- '
stimnlaat called brandy. As soon, as The rn-"' '
olafion requiring reform ; of Mr. 'nilard,-tras"-adopted,
ho became rcnllent'a-hd" adefressod
the mcef ing saying that ha had been a wander
er from the true path of manliness : and that
if the Democratic party wo'd make hira Gover
nor of Indiana, he would pledge himself to get
sober and remain so. ; lie said tlat ia consid
eration of the fact that a terrible struggle was
beforo t!ia party, he felt it necessary, ia order
to carry tho . Democratic standard steadily.
6fraig.it, to, rely more upon bis manhood V
brandy. lid concluded with 4 rccapiiiiljf
Of the matter in thlo wi. ' ' T f
. c r T 1. . . . - ' '
. -uc gone inus jar m plclgiog toyou.
my loiat abstinence from the use of intoxicat
ing liquors during my term of service if eledd
ed Governor of the State of Indiana, that il
you I might avoid even tho apearance of evil,
juu mat me tongue of slander and malevo.encs
may be hushed and palsied. ". , ' "' v
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bilimcnts of the Sheriff. He was a sorry sight
to see. Not a sinzle trarment was left in its.rrs missinS.'j
integrity, whiloi the old broad-brimmed boavef AVe were all astonished
which had served him Jor years as hat, nn a-d the Sheriff, 'that beats my shot; when yoy
VVrslJa. drhilnuf. cup, and landing net, as
- - . . J.di!.n floated off and si
.1 i.e eer was now. dreo rteTJ
divided in the iisnal'mannor, that fs tt Jv.ne
carcase was cut info as .many piecw tftre
were person3""in jLi . parly,' (the Vnfrfnl
Skin-belonging of giit to thpo.i, first
draws bI6od,' whenone fern's ei Kx.fviihc'
whole,' and ?('l",st'1on" . tila0iare
iMfptW Fuo calls o'A tha n.--'.-: !-.-.,
-Q&iJlifnl t;.,. , In those tuys, tii vra, tho Mn',.
IJitWAr ' ZZV-I ,.N one" ever tbovghratj.ict 1,1
The Opex Folar Si;a. A writer speculat
ing on the cause, or causes, of tho cpen soa
at tlio extreme regions'of the pole, as beheld
by our intelligent and intrepid navigator, Dr.
Kane, says: :. " " ''
Humboldt, in his et Cosmos," in speaking of
the threo different- modes for tho transmission
of heat in onr g1be, says, and these are his
words: A portion of the heat that has pene
trated into the equatorial regions, moves in tha
interior of the globe towards the poles, where
it escapes in to the atmosphere and the remo
ter regions of space." Here' I think is one
cause for tho waters being unfrozen near the
pole. " Ah open sea, enclosed and sheltered bv
an immense wall of ice may there not be isl
ands in that polar lake, vcrdent in summer, pro
ducing fruits and flowers ? Whv tiof. 1
ther, what sort of people may inhabit those is
lands? Are they bright and sparkling as their
own auroras ? It is possible that there mar bo
a volcano at the extreme pole naymostprpb-
able, for I think I have been told
clouds, like that of smoke, havo
midst thf brilliant rays of the AurorV',.or,cal's- ' 'Z, .fuitho worst is- it ha. nntJ2.i' "" 4'
Our Southern pole, will no donKut ome.i--.r - ' '--.'- . J:d3'
"La, m?," sighed Mrs. Fartwnrto "her r
1. i . - . . -
three mortal weeW
bleeding phrosolotrv Ja. Ui"
tho braia, which was fc5ded w i; TTlC f -
ventilator of the heart1".5 Svo,Si2Ici CtnH
ination of the Ur'i andnow sicfe M
the chtorof.n.ftrlu. : .Thei e's jxo blcssine- f
like that of wealth, partienWly when.you.-ri i .J7rtFi
' - frn-,:. ' no f.,....."" jtiZctS C0W.1rT. "V xJ.
KKws oct the faculties bs J ingVni-
r .uix-ryo, oa ff .modest"'"- "s,ry off ryins
1 that'J; theirSk;,awe?-i0P':,e,nt'andafcfs the idle
ocen'"1 - . . ..r ' . -v- Jrfnclr may be a hi !- r.. . -
, -oroalia. lnavs lut n, tear, ... U . . ! d-
ture ' period, exhibit to theent,,'rgB3 h.3T-
gator a similar open sea?X ; : ' ,- '.-
contains cyefr.V V . -""Viuo
It has V - C Mitter
,auujrv" i'i e'"j5ea than anv
F-wV-r. . . uisieaa of
'nv msAr line-, trio ..
Vf.r .. - , ,c'se would con-
in tho so--3 -of the aln.1.. w . -. . ,
- .' -f' ii'VU i --i . I '
held the chip for me to spiit t tweutv-flvHain all tMain'may rack his brafn ' ' J
" .... , . . - . 'f - ' J;,'i.. 1 : A Vax his fanov'. '
nnaf report eff bo x-. . ".ii0. cmi-aa
Jus been pluhdor a,TCst. ' l
, "IlevQieTir Irbaai
HL. i -- 1.
hy 0 o-a ftaor
now a taarricd0iT,'J'r tho " fj-" - '
M'haMjsSsTgentto- M a lar inK
-uiz inVain for Jfts
..i :. :.
By this time tno icnginenins har- s m, 1 1
mountain wire drawing towardBorai-lV ".Jid;
nil" ..!" im'tohoiac. And U
. "x - v
sport ja t.lanlis ofjg
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jr X .-... Vi t ,
"SJJf -' . -.. . . m iHJ
3 .... -
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r xir -', i'-xt:
iedier Qd adds that
TJ3jprofi.ble to thcienakor. f
tt'l ': f?p, ,
" 1.1" . ' . -" tJrtA L X.00
er crust" r winerr nri
as he ut2Z3? TcTp-Tu
-'. tt.... nofirfleU Countr.P- -.
1. ... I
ro" tlress of
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t ' JAME3 A.J3-
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