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TUESDAY. JAN. JO, 1885.
(lly Walter It. fcniltli, President of tho.YUO'
Mctcm ologlcnl Association.)
Although scientists already wed
ded to the Krakatoa dust thcoiy nro
not likely to be converted thereto om
whatever another may say, the
public generally to whom J ad
dress this article arc pretty nearly
tired of that idea, and about ready
to listen to other and more plausi
ble propositions. At first, nothing
would go down with hardly any per
son but Krakatoa dust, and the least
hint to the contrary was immediate
ly pooh-poohed. Hut the sunsets
have continued, and tho supposed
heights to which the dust must of
necessity have been at the first
ejected, have had, at every lcappcai
ance, to be readjusted, until at last
the dust theory becomes like unto
Macbclh's Amen and sticks in the
public's throat. It is about a year
ago since I iirst publicly disputed
the dust business, not that 1 enter
tained front the first the idea that it
could be the cause of the ruddy
glows, but because 1 had no other
proofs until then of what 1 supposed
was the cause. In February, 18S1.
I wrote letters to a couple of Cana
dian newspapers, and in those let
ters briefly pointed out what in a
more extended form follows. The
various theories propounded to ac
count for the afterglows are, first,
that of Lockycr and his followers.
These an ciuption proving almost
coincident set down the cause as
volcanic dust ejected from Mount
Krakatoa during an eruption in
August, 1SS3. A special commit
tee of the Uritish Association for the
Advancement of Science approving
of Lockycr' s idea also set to work
to determine the .question. They be
gan with a foregone conclusion and
so declared in favor of" dust, but
as was owned by them in my hearing
at Montieal last summer they have
not thus far been able to find any
positive proofs as to their theory.
Secondly, Jlr. W. I?. Biooks, the
comet seeker, of Phelps, N. Y., has
a theory of his own. lie thinks that
his last comet (the Tons-Brooks)
discovered on the night of Septem
ber 2nd, 1883, or about the time
. that the nuldy sunsets were first
conspicuous, may have switched the
caith's atmosphere with its tail and
left us a portion ol it as a legacy.
But wc aie at piescnl quite without
proofs that a comet's tail i& anything
more than electrical, and probably it
is not capable of producing the effect
in question. Thirdly, there arc
others that assure us that the j uddy
sunsets aic tfie lesult of an extra
amount of meteoric dust in the
earth's zone, finding itsvay into our
atmosphcic, but weie this Uuc,
meteors might have been expected
to have been unusually prevalent,
but this has not been the case.
Fouithly, a man not satisfied with
any earthly solution of the difficulty
&tiikcs in with a wild, far-fetched
idea that the cause is in the sun
itself, which luminary he describes
as at present burning copper ore,
and that tho sunlight is in conse
quence colored red by the oic's com
bustion. Every one of these ideas
I reject, and lean to a far simpler
cause, namely: Vaporous material
; at great heights in our atmosphere,
frozen to ice prisms, which reflect
the sun's rays after he has set to the
lower world. Lust winter, I noticed
that parhclias or "mock suns"
were frequently coiueident with tho
wwiosy glows, and my weather observer
in Virginia, during the month of
August last, rcpoilcd mock sun and
j uddy sunset as going hand in hand.
JsTo one, 1 presume, is willing to dis
pute that parhclias nio nothing else
than tho result of icy particles, and
if coincident, as they certainly have
been, arc doubtless twin children of
tho same mother, viz. : aqueous
vapor in tho upper strata of the air.
A Observations on tno piaiicu veuus uu
San Francisco whilst that orb of love
was immersed in the rosy tint aro
said to-hnvoicsultcd in showing her
arrayed in prismatic colors. This
could not occur wore the glow duo
to volcanic dust. Of courso I do
not disputo the fact that ice particles
are almost always present in the
upper regions of our atmosphere but
not in such quantities as at present.
This suggests a serious question. la
our atmosphere growing colder as
the age of the enith increases? I
say yes. That the rare air ?onc of
(ho Arctic regions is creeping slowly
soulhwaid and the Aulflrctic rare
air zone consequently northward
seems to mc proved by the fact that
the natives of Iceland nio leaving
that country in largo umnbon each
year, owing to their land failing to
ripen tho crops it once did, and they
are therefore forced tomigialc south
oi starve. Km Iceland alone. We
hae the troublous recoids of the
Islanders of Skye and tho Hebrides,
owing paitry to failing ciops and the
unfruitfulness of the land in ques
tion. Again, the Arctic regions arc
noted for the rarity oi thinness of
the air those legions arc intensely
cold; wheic the air is thickest at
the equator the air is hottest. The
"gcncuil upheaval of laud" theory,
once the pet idea of geologists, is
uipidly losing ground, and they arc
now generally willing to accept the
Biblical leaching respecting the
watcis having once covered the
earth ; covered even the tops of the
highest mountains, wheic sea shells
arc now found. If so, the water
must have subsided, but where?
Into the earth's interior. Xor this
alone, the water must be continually
subsiding, and air taking its place 1
above ground, the more attenuated
poitipn of the latter clement draw
ing nearer and nearer the earth's
surface. It is thus that 1 am forced
to conclude that the earth's final
depopulation and death is only a
question of time. A lengthy time?
Yes, indeed ; I plead for no imme
diate end of life, not I. Changes
have taken thousands of ycais to
accomplish in the past, and it is only
leasonablc to suppose that they will
take thousands in the futuie. I
shuply put forth my theory, believ
"Death uicly conies
To all eic.itcd woilds as ci entities,
Slowly, but not less Miioiy. Still tills
Whilst oulwaid life beams gaily every-
lias vcaieely reached her lime of sen
Cities may'still pass o'er her. eic the
Of our fair mother planet falls thiough
And cold decrepitude to nourish all
Us childien of her bosom. Whilst as
"Wo noto her youthful changes and -wect
31(5) e than the fmrows on her aged
Spring chasing off old "Winter. There
A vear without a spiing, when icy
Will in that distant time lay ghastly
On all that hi-cntlic-on eaith the hicath
v Jiuddj' sunsets are tlicieforo sim
ply "a sign of the times" and
agree with the prophecies of nearly
nineteen centuries since, for rare air
is cold air and raic air is dark air,
and towards the end " the sun shall
be darkened and the moon will not
give her light."
Montieal, Can., Dec. 22. 1884.
ES THIS DISEASE THAT IS
COMING UPON US?
Like a thief at night it steals in upon
us unawares. Many persons liavo pains
about the chest ami sides, and sometimes
in the back. They feel dull and sleepy;
the mouth has a bad tasie, especially in
in tho moraine. A sort of sticky slime
collects about tho teeth. Ilienppctitu is
poor. Tlieio is a feeling like a heavy
jo ul oi) the stomach; sometimes a faint
all.gom: sensation at tho pit of the
stomach which food dots not satisfy.
Tho oyes aio sunken, tho hands and feet
Income cold ami feel dummy. After a
while u cough sets in at first dry, hut
alter a few months it is attended with a
greenish coloured expectoration. Tho
iillllctcil one feels tiled all tho wliilc, and
sleep does not teem to afford any rest.
After a time ho becomes nervous, in lia
ble, and gloomy, and lias evil fore,
boilings. There is a giddiness, a soit of
whirling sensation in tho head when
rising up suddenly. Tho bowels become
costive; the skill is dry and hot at times;
thu blopd becomes thick and stagnant;
the whites of the eyes become tinged
with yellow, the urino is scanty and high
coloured, depositing a sediment alter
standing, Theio is frequently a spitting
up of the food, sometimes with a sour
taste, and sometimes with a sweetish
lasle; this is frequently attended with
palpitation ol the lieait; thu ision
becomes Impaired wllh spots befoio thu
eyes; there is a feeling of great piostia
tion and weakness. All o' these symp
toma aro In turn present. It is thought
thai iienily oue-thiid of our population
haa this disease in some of itb varied
forms. It has been Jound thut medical
men huo mistaken tho nuturo of tills
disease. Soma hayo treated it for a liver
complalut.otheis forkldnoy disease, etc.,
but none of tho various kinds of trcut
ineut hnvo been attended with success,
because tho lemedy should bo biicli as to
act harmoniously upon each one of these
oi guns, and upon the stomach as well;
for In Dyspepsia (for this Is really what
tho diseaso is) all of these orgunapai take
of this diseaso and require a remedy
that will net upon nil at tho same time.
Seigcl's Curative Syi an aculiko a charm
in tills class of complaints, riving almost
jnimedialcd lolief. Thofollowinglctlcis
from chemists of standlm: in the eom.
munity where thoy live show in what
estimation tho article is held.
lGlh August, It 81.
Dear Sir, I write to tell yon Hint Mr
Henry Ililllcr, of Yatcsbury, "Wilts, In
onus mo that he suffered from a severe
form of indigestion for upwards of four
years, and took no end of doctor's medi
cine without the slightest benefit, and
declines Mother Seigcl's Syrup which ho
got from mo has saved his life.
(Signed) N. "Webb,
air. "White. Chemist, Cubic.
WS ly 2
A SKILFUL SURCiCAL OPERATION.
The American Ambassador at Vienna,
Mr. Knsson, lias lately forwarded to his
Government an interesting account of n
rcinnrkablc surgical operation lately
net formed by i'rofessor Billroth, of
Vienna, which, wonderful to tell, con.
slated in tho removal of n portion
of the human stomach, imolvhig
nearly one-third of the org.ui-anu.
str.mgo to say, the' patient iccovcreu
the only successful opciation of the
kind ever performed. The disease for
which this opciatlou was pcrfoimed
was cancer of the stomach, attended with
the following symptoms: Tho appetlto
is quite poor. There is n peculiar Indus,
erilnblc distress in the stomach, n feel,
ing that has been described as a faint
"all gone" ECiisation; a sticky slime col.
lects about tho Icoth, especially in tho
morning, accompanied by an unpleasant
taste. Pood falls to satisfy this peculiar
faint sensation; but, on the contrary, it
appears to aggravate, tho feeling. 'The
ces nrc sunken, tinged with yellow; the
hands and feet become cold and stickv
tt cold perspiration. The sufferers feel
tired all the time, and sleep docs not
seem to give rest. After a time the pa
tient becomes nervous and irritable.
gloomy, his mind tilled with evil fore-'
uouings. wncn rising smiueniy irom
a recumbent position there is a dizziness,
a whistling sensation, and he is obliged
to grasp something firm to keep from
falling. The bowels costive, tho 'skin
diy and hot at times; tho blood becom
ing thick and stagnant, and docs not
circulate properly. After a time tho
patient spits up food soon after eating,
sometimes In a sour and fermented con
dition, sometimes sweetish to tho tasto.
Oftentimes there is n palpitation of the
heart, and the patient fears he may have
heart disease. Towards the last the
patient is unable to retain any food
whatever, as tho opening in the intes
tines becomes closed, or nearly so. Al.
though this disease is indeed alarming,
sulfeicrs with the above named symp
toms should not feel nervous, for nine
hundred and ninety-nine cases out of a
thousand have no cancer, but simply
dyspepsia, n disease easily removed if
treated in a proper manner. Tho safest
and best lcmcdy for tho disease is
Seigcl's Curative Syrup, a vegclablo pre
paration sold by all chemists and medi
cine vendors tlnoughout tho world, and
by the pioprictors, A. J. "White (Limit
ed), 17, Farriugdon-road, London, E. C.
This Syrup strikes at the .sry founda
tion of the disease, and drives it, root
and branch, out of the system.
St. IMary-strcct, Peterboiough,
November, 29th, 1S81.
Sir, It gives mc great pleasure to in
form you of the benefit I have received
from Seigcl's Syrup. I hae been troiib
led for years with dyspepsia; but after
a few doses of the syrup, I found relief,
and after taking two bottles of it I feel
1 am, Sir, youis truly,
Mr. A. J. "White. "William Brent.
September Sth, 188U.
Dear Sir, I find tho sale of Seigcl's
Syrup steadily increasing. All who have
tiled it speak very highly of its medl.
ciual viitucs: one customer describes it
as a "God-send to dyspeptic people." I
always lcconimend ft with confidence.
lJVnllifiill v vnnrs.
(Signed) Vincent A. "Wills,
Chemist-dentist, Meithyr Tyc
to Air. a. j. wmie,
Seigcl's Operating Pills aio the best
family physic that ha3 ever been dis.
covcied. They cleanse the bowels from
all iiritating substances, and leave thorn
in u healthy condition. They cure cos
tiveness. Spanish Town, Jamaica, "West Indies,
Oct. 24, 1SS2.
Dear Sir, I write toinfoimynu that
I Irivc derived great benefit from
"Seigcl's Syrup," For some years I have
suffered from liver complaint, with its
tinny and vaiied concomitant evils, so
Ihat my life was a pcipetual misery.
Twelve months ago I was induced to try
Scigers Syrup, and although rallier
sceptical, having tiled so many reputed
infallible remedies, I deleimintd to give
it at least n fair trial. In two or three
days I fcit considerably better, and now
al the end of twelve months (having
continued taking it) I am, glad to tay
that I am a different being altogether.
It is said of certain pens that they "como
as a boon and a blessing to men" and I
liavo no reason to doubt tho truthfulness
qf the hlatcmcnt. 1 can truly say, how.
ever, that Seigcl's Syrup has come as a
"boon and a blessing" to me. I havo re
commended it to several fcllow.sufferers
from this disticsslng complaint, and
their testimony is qulto in accoidancc
with my own. Qratiludo for tho benefit
I liavo derived from the excellent pre.
paration, prompts mo to furnish you
with this unsolicited testimonial. ,
I nm dear Sir,
Yours ever gratefully,
(Signed) Carey B. Berry,
A. J. White, Esq. Baptist Missionary.
Preston, Sept. 21st, 1883.
My Dear Six, Your Syrup and Pills
arc still very popular with my customers,
many saying they aro tho best family
Tho other dny a customer came for
two bottles of Syrup and said "Mother
Scigcl" had saved tho lifo of his wife,
nnd ho added, "one of these bottles I
nm Eending fifteen inilesowny to a friend
who is very ill, I have much fath in it."
TIiceiiIo keeps up wonderfully, in fact,
one would fancy almost that tho people
were beginning; to breakfast, dine, and
sup on Mother Seigcl's Syrup, tho de
mand is so constant and tho satisfaction
1 nm, dear Sir, yours faithfully,
(Signed) W. Bowkcr,
To A. J. White, Esq.,
Hensingham, Whitehaven, Oct. 10, 18S2,
Mr. A. J. "WhiteDear Sir, I was
for soma time ulllictcd with piles, and
was advised to give Mother Seigel's
Syrup n trial, which I did. I am now
huppy to state that it has restored mo
to complete health. I remain, yours
(Sigucd) John II. Lightfoot.
765 ly 15
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