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VOL. 58.
WOODSTOCK, VA?, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 3 1878.
NO. 20
SHEXAXDOAH HERALD
I? rt'BLISHMi WBKBLV BT
tHENANDOAH HERA?.D PUBLISHING CO
IF" Siiii-n.Ti-.tmti, Tw> Dallar? per yearpayable
i j ? W n?-e. If n ?t n ?i 1 in a Iva'uf, Two Dollar?
?nil ifty ?Vent? ?ill be chai?-oJ.
All c ?ram tuiiti ?us >l a ariv.?:- uatjre will be
Oaarged for as ? advertisiua.
Job 1'riiitiiiK.
All kiuil? of Job Work J'uo at afead uotice aud
tbe ? '?t r?aainiabla ratee
?'ni utionui < ,inU.
?... WYXKOOP,
A T T (> II .V /; Y AT I A W,
vJfRoe on Main Street Opposite the Court Home
woonsiMcK, va.
Wi 1 practice a the e-nirt? if sbma'adoah and
ad i .cent lii'linlHa
t-aT* .?pocia: att.vit: ? i Ri\t-!i to t'i" Ca-.'ii.-vtion o!
clal'u? aud a i legal bMlaaM eatroatad to bis care.
Sept. ?ib-tt.
WiiLBCiN \( r. lA..'ii*.?s oa Thurslay, Eridsy
and Saturday, before the nd Tuesday of each
mouth, at Dr. L II Jordan's Uruj ?store.
M >??.? W>i.r.?s. M. L. Walton
feJ|r.\LT01? .v. WALT .S.
\1 T?BNEY8 AT '.AW
Wti.l?SIU.'K. VA.
??VMO.-E? '? VI.I'.iX ?'.?., oi-actirfs:., t'.ic t-.-u
i.iii.lnii-.
lia? ill!? l'ia.i.i.,1 in t :?? ! ?latri.'l and ?'ircuit
Ooarts ?' ' !? Cuite?! states,in Virginia. He I?
preoar. . .-.? r.i ?aid I oirts.?
iiivi.u ...e.-iai ?tteu ."i to caaea la Baakrai t?y.
A
L1.KN ? m Ma RUDER,
ATTOKNLYS AT LAW,
WOODSTOCK,
SUENAN DO A H CUl'NTY, V.\
Ayril. 2?- t?
?-.11. Will.1AM?. .'. .1. .YU.I.IAM?-,
WV!. 1. Wtl.ll v>l?.
VfftU MV? '. BROTBCB,
ATrOUXEV.-S AT LAW
tV?OOI>?TOTK. V \.
ractuv la tat aaadoah, Rockiai
\'*i", ft- l-.r, ?:; a i I ?rreu > ??:?:: o? ? ?UM
h ta ? .'-in? ot V;.;-..:- : Vlrgtnta and ni tbe
0, ?. 'ii?tri.t ?.' ?art.
-
II.
Il RIDDLEBERUER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WOODSTOCK. YA
nrW?l pract.M in all ?be cmrt?..
January. 187???
v.??!?..! ?\
1IRK !N.?t UANi'K AOEST?.
WOODSTOCK, VA.
W ?? ar- I'r.'par.-.l I ' - tbi V |r?
KUia In? and Mariai IBT, und
tue Lyuchbunt Banking aud Insarauce Company.
Both are trat at '?!?
GK
UUi.K R CALVERT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Nlw MauEET, Va
11 prtwtit-a la the Circuit Court of ?:.??
- o? Buckingham and
I'a_'f ? .unit;.-?.
iv? made an arrangement arlth Mi-?r?. Walton
A a,ton All rn.vs-.t-.aw, b) which any matte.
a ?1 receive attention
?itb -it ai.y additional charge? to my clients.
I bi - i.t with promi
uent lawyer? lit K ?cklugbam and Pu? C .untiaa.
o-lice? S ?-niier a Co'.-, it.?re.
Juae IT.
D'
A MARTIN',
MRGEOX 5gg? I'fcXTlST.
ResrH'i'tliill.! ii,t>:ui- iln- public lliai
he h i- resume i rhe pi .icti? <? ol lii.? pro
t.-?ii?!i onltrs left ai the -t>>i?- ot 1*. J.
Fra r*l, in VVtjodat?x?k. wiH r?e*eive pn
m|>; atU'iitlon
Ju?:.l !ih *t
? ? . i i? ?.?. I m
Aiitci liancons < 'ante.
(1 KEEK'S MVNsION 'I'tsr.
1 ALKXANDB1A, VA
I.\Mi:s QREE?.
I? a in j raapect. The i-::i
?Vaahlngion, ?ud traveler? ?oing North or Sonto,
will hud tin? an agi ? on ta*
ronte. ?sit doe? not ?? the ?arl> Ktart by
? everal bourn ?? froiu Wash ngtoa or Baltimore.
Cir?aad ? ?? t I. roi Wash?
inirtob and return every bout froai v M.to7\
1-. M. Jau"--tf
IM. I1IEY,
-4a
C A HIN Er M AK KL AM?
l'ndertaker
?aah prie**, n'\.\in- E ul" EVEKV DEHCBIP
rios
I of Lounges,
1! ir.-:u?. Dl - Wa'd
? ?. Wsaastau 1-. iblea, W
Peaks ?:. i ein titra;
M
Wc-Fillcd.
ft' will l.r prorapt to fnmisb coffins ?t short notice.
rt-~\ i von warranted t r a reaeonabl* t:me._igoj
ni, 3>?tf tdlnl
i
, UNSMITHING !
T
M. RIDDLKBAROKR.
.*
I HAVE rasura 1 my old nade tml on
al?! frien I*
?EWGUN? ALWAi'S ON HAN
AND
I OR S A I. K.
lli-|t lirin?? o?a''" and - .'i on
\ i khi i- oi nuii-rial faraialied,eueh
re!- ?l"i tinga, L?M-ks, Triggers, dkc
",^y~'-.-i nuil I'ril'.c- for work,
M RIDDMCBARGE R
in?r m is,II.?Is
riLSOJTS HOTEL,
M'OODHT-X K v?.
w
RnUtrgy. 1 'inn' Greatly Thiproval
AMPLE ICfJOXMObATIOKfl
rni ii?K
In??rea*ie?l l>?'irt:tuil?i of I'ultlio
PATRONAGE.
Tlii? hotel lins been receatly improved by
the er-ction of a brick addiM-m ta. the naia
buildiag which trill give cone4<lerablT mrrc
and atfbnl ampia ai-comni"ilnticu lor
? Hag |i iblic.
THE IWBLE will be well ?applied at all
rith the beat the market attarda, noil
n i pt?H ?hall be ?pared to taiiafy tue ?vanta
ofgaesl - ? i'lir'nit ni.
Till BAR wi'l be ?tucked ??tli the best
Li | d th. A full sii|i?i?y of Wilson's pire
Rye whiaky, like oely home-ruatle whisky
.. 11 in the o.unity,) can i?e found by tho?c
wta n_' i pure artic"!? for tucdiiitl -.nri'o- ?
Juror, tsttra'linr? curt will b.> board.-tl
or th*ir foe? per dictu, und their certificates
a.-n in payment if desire I
U ar^-s M*-aW**, A call rc-prctfu'lv
oiuited.
ROBLRT WILSON*.
vit
?iv r. OR? ...\.\l. 1 I RI
I ?sorweotan
COD LIVER OIL
This nil unlike othfi-H not the flsh?
ram-in -ilbtaarasabit: ??aetling*i?l worse,
ta?tin!* article, bat as u pare, blantl.
Ire-boils without an y a<tssiiture, eaaUji
,11-i-cpteil ami rcttim-d by the ino-t
ili-lii-uf ?tofitch, and paaaeas a.1 tin
me lb al prop' nie- :ui I i-lllracy i it to ?.
ran h i-fpa'-r .leici'-i- ili,in;iiiv oihitr
C0L> L1VKR OIL
in ikes it tnosi valuable for pettier ta oi
invalid? rotrairi'ig the u-c "I COI?
LIVKR ?Ml,. For-?:ib> i.v
iBjy 10? If. B. iH H.MI IT. IhiisMTi?
wITALiINF.
y promrt md p-nitivo remedy in ?II chriuit
disease, of the womb Hladdcr and Kidney.
D. D. CARTER.
Dec. 20?Mo. Nib- Act.
Ltra . x- i a?, rrios??. iir?--? ('terme* tppir
perter at Caiter'a Prag store.
COUNTY r*.IRJEOTO"R*5r.
COUNTY JUDGE.
.?. U. ?.'.:'.?? it, ? - ? New Market
V ..M M?N WEALTH'?* ATTORN KV
U. I!. Riddl.berger, .... Wood, toci
CLEKK OK THE COVBTS.
Oaorg? W Jlde.i-,
oodetoek
Win II. Rice,
New Mark?!
liKl'l TIES.
'Mali Sti-klcy, ... - MraMiisrg.
P H ?Uo'ir, ..... Woodsto? k.
Oaa ?v.WtB I?-, .... rdinburg.
?.w.W'indl?. "
T. J. Burke,.Sew Market.
Irhn i'.Rice,. "
D. r. Spikt-r,. s-aumsvillr,
,i:)'.ASI?;KR
Geoig? W. k.x>nt.', ...
MISS10XEI18 <
C. II?mir?n.
'..? .1. Uraud-taf?',
Mtttcr,
Woodstock.
Woodstock.
Edinburg
lit. C?flOB.
?I-i:\ rv- B.
. - Mt.*??k?on.
?i i'Knisrr.M'isr or roou.
I. B. Rbeffler,
??ITF.BV1SORS.
M?urfrf>?ru.
la?. H. Sibert,
I .-? >1 !l?Ia..
John ilauseufluik.
R. M La-i'/,
Uvi llinker,
R. C. H.iMrniau, .
Mt. Olive
,-<aiuii?yiUe,
Edlnburg.
Mt. laekaen.
Ne.? Market
rr.i:i?H fllYSICIAX.
.<.?, - Ma-orerU-w-n,
UVEUSEEKS l*OOI<
Edward / j.
a i K, Rower,
Klrarod Bowman,
s. M. Lan?a,
Iracl Alien,
C. i:. Rice,
Htrioaburi;
Woodstock
Mev-n Fountains.
Lant? Mill?.
Hawklnrtcwn.
Sew Market.
SOI IR1ES PUBLIC
I.. ?. Henkel,
Geo. aCalvert,
I>. Y. Kagey,
UBtl
J h. T Kronk,
I,.-.. A Hupp,
1' SV Maertider
o. ?. \i. n tram
loeepb Perry,
Win. Tbdager,
L. riplett,
?las. II. Sibert,
Henry Ji nninKn,
H iicy.
Sea Market,
LanUi Mill.
Torn'? Brook'
Stracborg
yvooa.tock
Mt. Jacks' !..
Mt. Jackson
Mt. Olive
Edinbuig.
JUSTICES 01 Till". l'EACE.
I i-.i. ntsT?Dr. O. V Ii ?rB, Oled Klink attdj
Ido. 11. Suarr.
Sr.isKWtLL.? J. II. Orutil!,|KIi IVflel', rtnowden
jo-.-s-roN ?J II. Rodeffer, Martin ?trickier,]
I.tvi n. Oilier .
M.si-isii.N. ? Sainui-l ?'. lair.pbiil .Unies J. ;
Coffmau, Sata-u? Riuki r.
ttaax ?Sani. Hatnmaa, Samuel Klngree, Jacob
It M. :??.
L11.--SI. White W'illUinaea D. P. ?il?.,' dm M.
( (iN-TAUI.KS.
util-,
l>. H, ?O ?ICU'.-.I!-,
V II. io:ini!rt?n,
1] -, i. Burke.
Uli -hi Daus? raiau,
Kirai
. Oii? l.K'h. .
I .llul.o^
New Markt-, .
We d-tock
?I I-I.KINTI.NIOM or si II001.S.
I II. Orate,:!, - ? - Wa odet' ck
8CIIO0I. Till "TEES.
Davis,?O. A. Brown, Harri?on Whle.Jcr. II
?li.irr.
I BALI..?JOB. Doll, D. 1*. .-piker, Jacob
?tpigb).
-lotiN-r.N.--]?'. B. Shaver, Daniel Bowman, 811a?
?hin -h.
Madpkb,?Jo* l'orner, Philip Bower?, Bataue1
del Buck? r.
taaa*.?Joeeph Petty, A. J. Myers,!!, II. C? u.
man.
Lac?O. M. Tidier, J' H. Kagey, Mark rhoraaa.
ko ad ? ?iM>n??i.?M i:?.
?i- H'-c-kmsn
J? ?epli M?phi?,
t.. uiatu ItMi
Saml. ?'. ?mue. cr
I**ac Bowman,
Mark Thomas,
.?ULNAS!? ?AH COUXTY liVNK
<l- Walton, - - . I'n-i i, i.i.
? m. Bor um, - - - Cashier.
.;. v. vi g - ?->'. ?'??bier.
Ni'.vv ?.; vi:k? r :, v\u.
Joha il. ?,'eem,.Pr?*?M???t.
j David y. Ka,-.-;.,.f'a.Mor.
! COMMISSIONER* IN CHANCERY.
:tC<.i1'.i. I*. ?V. Mag rader, E.E. ?tuk
! Icy, Oeo '?v Miiev.
I COC5TV CoWstT.?P. ?. Magri'!'- 1 I ?it*?
? ley, !.. '1 rijilct;. Ir.
? O.MMIStsIoNKN OI ACCOtS 1
I P. W. Maa-ruder - - - V?."i-t'?.-k, \?
Mt. Olive.
K?umiviil .
i ditb
C' rambla i
llallll'U I!.
Forrat ville.
1 ?.'.??., Utementt.
E.VI'RvL HOTEL
N?W MARKET, VA.
I tw. S. lI.u.TZMAV, l'rop i ii'tres.
Bavlaj Lily refitted and repaired this w?*il
known Hotel it is now open lor tb?. reception .?f
id boarder?. Sew Ma k.-t in strriounded
By a number of ex.elleut sp lugs??mong which
are Sulphur. Chalybeate, Erce, Stone, Ac,? ea?y
1 ainid tb< m-.?t beautllu
and pi.-turi-'i .??-ci nry.?I'e-Kous in the cities de?
siring a few ?eel-? .1 e intry air, with quiet cm
i-.r?, ?t rrunnabi? rate.?, will be accomintsdaUd.
! he table will be au especial care ; tbr liar ?up
I a ? ta lie. Ii ??i i?, and the MtabU-s ptovided
???An ln-t of proven i. i.
HAP.A1I HOI.TZMAN
r.i?. ?-if
1825. 1878.
OLD DRUG STORE,
WOODSTOCK VA
aed ?bout 18^.'i by Dr. John O. Schmitt
B. SCHMITT. - - Proprietor.
IDEALER IIM
Drugs, Medicines Glass,
PAIXTM. ?ILS,
VarnislicR,
DYE STIFF.
PERFUMERY, BOAJPS, IIKUWISS,
Fancy-Good?,
Stationery, etc., etc.
ALSO
CAMJV, NtJItS, llllIT*?'
Prices
te?T As cheap a? the clrrar>e?tt. **Bt
Purity tind piliaWiry
at good? always ?narrante??} Pr-?crlptlon? care?
fully compounded at all hour*.
B.SHl'on 8 HAMILTON,
Louisiana .s venu- Washing*?*, D. C .
We neve couuected with our b-?le**l?? (Iroceri
snd l.hinor llu-on-??
A 00MMIS8I0N DEPABTMEWT
OBUKK IHL ?IAS U. Kit LSI OV
A. E PHILLIPS,
Sale of Klonr. Ortln, Hay, Lumber Egir?.
, IMtt.r. Cheese, Potatoes, Poultry, is fact, ?llkind?
of I'ountry Produce.
,1 cu?i?-iimeu*s will receive onrb.st sttenllou
sit', prnupt return-mado for ?, e earn*.
Mr. K. t ?NOX, fernierly of Alea, adria, Vs..
will gi.-" his perseas! atteiitlon to tbe Virginia
aiid Mars lend trad*. Keapeellally,
Apr. 11-lyr, ??KtfOtlaB nAMlbTyN
PO E T I C A L.
'?M?A HltTIIC."
(An aged mau in au almshou*? was asked wl.at
he was doing, lie replied, '-(July wailing. "]
Only waiting till th? i-haduwa ?re ? little longer
grown;
Only walting*1ill the gliiumrr of the day'? last brain
"is flown;
Till the night of earth is faded fom the heart once
full of day;
Till ?be stars of heaven are breaking thr. ugh the
twilight soft ?. dgray.
Only waiting till the reapers have the last sheaf
gathered home;
For the summer time i? faded and the autumn
winds hsv?; com.,
Quickly, le.psrs, gather quickly, the?.- last ripe
hours of m? heart,
l'or the blimp- of lile Is withered, and I b?steu to
depart.
On'y waiting till the angel? opeu ?vide the mystic
gala.
At wimse feet I long have lingered, weary, poor,
?uddf sollte.
Even now I bear the footsteps, ?ud their voice?
far ?way;
If tln'-y el] me I am wailing, ouly waiting to obey.
Only vailing till the shadows ?re a li'tle long?r
grown;
Only waiting till the glimmer of the day'? last beam.
is flown;
Then from out tl? gat acred darkues? holy, ileath
1?M .Urs i hall rise.
By ?a*o?. ltKht my soul ?ha?l guv??/trssvl it?p?'.h.
way to tbr ski??.
? it' . n i a?w
1 ?1Y8TEBI01S SAIL.
A tropical night on tli?; Pacific ! The
sky is studded with stars, which are
mirrored in the vast deep beneath.?
There is just enough air to keen the
Dolphin moving at a quiet rate, and
passengers are gathered on deck to en?
joy the matchless evening.
A ?hurt distance away stand two
lovers?Edmund Prescott and Florence
Harris- looking out upon the ocean
and meditating and convening upon the
?cene.
?'How different tiiis sky from OU!
Northern firmament ':" remark?-il Flor
once, alter a pause. 'I can hardly.re
; co_'ii v" my favorite constellation. Tin
Southern Cross :? beautiful, but then 1
miss the other*. Ursa Major has en?
tirely disappeared, and as for the Minoi
Liar, scarce a ?tar of him is visible.
At this observation, which was in
tended for no particular ears, Adolpbui
Fitzgibbon aroused himself.
'Aw?what's il.--,t. Miss Hani- ? aw
?Iiave you seen hears at sea:'
?Yes. and monkeys; too,' was the
quick and good Matured reply.
All of us laughed, while Fitzgibbon
boked very silly, then grinned hugely,
then seemed to meditate some ?catch?
ing witticism, hut concluded ho would
iiol. and stretched out upon his ?-icK?
with his back towards the lover?, and
pretended to or really did tail asleep
?v.thin the next fifteen minutes.
I was rccliuing on the deck about a
dozen feet Irotn where the lovers stood
??not svith any intention of listening to
their words, but simply because, I had
taken my position first, and was too
' languid to change it. I had been an
luvaild for years, but ?sa?, now recover*
; tu-* from a severe spell of sickm ss,
1 ?vas lazily drawing at my Havana,
putting the thin fragrant smoke from
i my moutli without removing the cigar,
and gaziug upward at tno iininani B?r
as tiny ?i r.vlv Bailed overhead. 1 ?rai
in that delicious..? ?beamy ?late, liai
fesleep and half awake, hearing only tin
murmur of the voices around me as out
; hears the faint souud of a a distant ?wa?
terfall. I ?presume I had lain thus fo:
I nearly an hour, and my cigar had hum
' uri almost to my mouth, while, the lou;,
column of asliea was ?till unbrokeii
when something ?truck my ear like tin
sound of a bell It was not until I ha?
?heard it several tunes thai it leemei
- r. ally to effect my senses.
AH at one?' I nave a start, the ashei
i dropped upon my bosom, and I anise tt
; a sitting |ia?ition and gazed around ni<\
'Hark ?' saitll ; Midii'i you hear thai
; hell :-'
?Ju?t what I have been trying to make
Edmund believe !' laughed Flort-nci
Harris; 'he persisted in not bclieviui.
it.'
'Listen !' sa'd I. raising my hand.
And i m me. lia tel y there fell a ?Icnth
: like silence.
And while tlm? intently listening
there came across the sea, faint but
disliK't, the soft, distant sound ufa bell.
We scarcely breathed for a minute,
ami the strange, solemn ?ouud was re?
peated al regular intervals. a9 if swung
by the hand of some cxliaustcd sufferer,
or tolled by the swell of the ocean.
The Captain by this time had ap?
proached and stood in the attitude of
attention.
?We must be near the land . ' I ven?
tured to say. rather in the form of an
inquiry than that of an asscrtiou.
'lin, sir.' responded tlic Captain, 'the
nearest island is a good 800 miles away,
and this doesn't come from there, I
should think.'
'What cao it ber' asked several in
ihe same breath.
'The sound comes from that direc?
tion,' said Florence Harris, pointing to?
ward the equator.
'Perhaps il is on board a ship,' 1
!a:aiti ventured.
?Don't think it is ' replied the Can
tain, with a shake of the head.
'What ?an it be ?' asked Florence.
To this no one ventured to reply fot
several moments. In the meantime,
the Dd?ng of the bill had become quite
distinct, and Adoiopus Fitzgibbon garc
a yavn. a groan, a kick, and awoke.
'Aw?v?*?aw I was about to suggest
?aw- that the tea bell should ring?
aw?aw ?' lie stammered, confusedly
rising to his feel and pitching back ami
forth. Then, seeing us all m attitude ot
attention, lie askul. %W hat?aw?the
?loose is the matter ?'
'It's the hell of doom !' exclaimed
Backstay Hub, a tall, seari'.-.l ?ador.
I from his position at the weil.
T?haw ! you're too childish,' replied
I the enptain. 'Whatever it is we an
rapidly appi??aching it, for notice how
much louder it sounds.'
Mi.h val the case. The bell was
It.oW heard distinctly to the south aud
,va? approiuhiiig nearer at every mo
I meut. Mioiilv after, the i. aplaiu took
his night-glass, and gazed long and o?
neatly in that direction. When lie lo1,
ered it he ?aid :
T can just discover u lar^e body ri
ing and falling ou the waves. Lack
lay Bob, you have got the best eyesig
ot any one on board ; see what you c*
make o? it.'
Bob resigned his place at the whe
to one of the men and came forward ai
took the glass. He held it to his ej
for several minutes without ?peakinj
and to all appearance without eve
breakint*. while we awaited his wot
with the deepest interest. Finally 1
gave a gnat sigh and lowered it.
?Blow me, ?fit ain't Davy JoSM
tiiloat.'
'How docs it look ?' several of us it
quired in the same breath.
?I'll be hanged if I can tell. There'
no bowsprit, and-'
Here he lowered his voice agajn. or.
?ho.''.V-^tinued his obstipation?.
'There's bo sail, no nothing.'
'Aw?certainly?aw- something, cet
tainly?aw if your vision?aw?is abl
tu discern it;' ventured the gentl
Adolphus Fitzgibbon.
"Don't you see anything like a Fail I
inquired the captain,
'Not a speck, nur any place to pu
one. either. Hold a inmute.' exclaim
ed Bakatay Bob, 'lve got her in rang
now. She ain't got the least mite of i
li'iiim. yard or anything like. Shu look
like some great hulk of a lightboat.
Hold on again ; I see the bell. They'v
rtggi d It up to the masthead, so that i
swings baek'anl? and for'.irds ever
time the thing give? a lurch to lee?
wards.1
'Can you see anything aboard ':"
'Not a cretur' livin' or dead.'
'Keep her away a couple of points,
cried the captain to the man at tin
wheel.
'Ay. ay, sir !'
And the ship's eeurse was altered, s?
as to bring her rapidly near the myster
: ions craft, toward which all eyes wen
directed.
Several of the company now opetd?
remarked that there was something su?
pernatural in the appearance of this
, boat, with iti tolling bell. To all ol
these Florence Harris and her husband
: and lover replied lightly, neither oi
! them having the least faith in their
, credulity.
The captain listened impatiently, an
said : 'You art all a set of coward?. N
doubt ?ou imagine Old Sick is aboari
w.in a crew of little imps, bound for th
(?allapagos laica with a load of brims
lone, If you'll content yourselves la
half an hour longer I'll tell you lome
thing about it, for 1 iuteud to btiard tha
old lumbering bulk, even if it turn? ou
to he llu riving Dutchman or D.iv
Jones' flag ship, ana shall explore i
from stem to ?tern.'
To show that he meant what he -aid
orders were giren to heave to and ge
- oue of the boats in readiness. By thu
time the nondescript ?rai plainly visi
ble to a!!. It appeared to be an oil
hull, with a single mast in the center.?
The hell was suspended from the mast
bead, anderer and anon ncnt forth it:
; solemn tolling as the hulk rose am
sank with the heaving of the sea.
Before the ship ?vas brought to, W?
bad passed the hulk awme distance, s?
that when we halted there were several
hundred )*anb Intervening, and it wai
only dimly ?hscernahle.
The host was lowered, and the cap?
tain, having selected a crew, pulled
away toward the hulk. I asked per
missioL to accompany it, but, on ac?
count of a recent illness, was retusiil.
Fortunate, indeed, for me that refusal.
There was something SO extraordina?
ry regarding the appearance and action
?of the hulk, that the curiosity of III all
was so intente ai to be paiufal. We
strained our gaze as the captain crew
rapidly in and it.
We saw the distance swiftly dccreaii
between the ;wo boats, until the shad
osvy forms nieiged into one. And tint
following an impressive silence?sud
denly broken by a bowl, a pistol sho
and a ?cream. Ami as our hearts al
most stopped beating, we saw- a mo
ment later the boat put oil' from tin
hu'k, and the men rowing with all theii
might back to the ship. As they can?
nearer we discerned that the captall
was missing.
Backstay Bob dashed toward tin
boat, and shaking his list at the men,
demanded furiously, 'YoU cowardly
dogs ! Where is Captain Luster?'
'The devil ha? got him !'
Absurd as the reply might have -i .til?
ed at any other time, it was uttered in
a solemn earnest as the ghastly faces
of the crew attested. In reply to our
eager question? they said the moment
they came along the craft they heard a
low, hollosv, uiierlhly sound, which
caused them to hesitate. The captain
climbed up the side of the vessel, de?
scended the hub hssay and disappeared
from view. He had hardiy got out o
li'jht win n the noise tbcj had heard a
first was repeated, far louder and fier?
cer. The next moment the report o
captain'? pisiol was heard, followed by
a terrific ?brick, and then all Wftl still.
Horror-struck, they called loudly ami
repeatedly to their commander, but re?
ceiving no answer, palled away from
' the ship.
'Y'ou're a puity set of cowardly
: sneak?, ain't you, to go and d< sert your
capt.vn thtit way, when, like ennusth, he
U'-eded soil to save hi? life.' ex-.la in- rl
Backstay Bob, forgetting in his tiny thai
the first mate was aniong those svhuni
he denounced. 'I'm going bark to fiat
I old hulk, mid if I can't get al the ievkl
in any other was, I'll put a keg ofpow
:ler iu it and blow it to blaze? !'
?Bob i? right, if ni? excitement d.
m ike him forget his manncis,' said th
mite. 'It wax not my imenlion to tie
?en t ?plain Luster in trouble. The
I
men were so frightened that I thougl
it best to tome back and get n nc
set.'
There was some trouble in prociiriu
the requisite number, aud according!
Prescott and myself were accepted. A
the former went over the ship's sal
Florence Harris said. 'Don't you corrn
hack Edmund, until you heatd what ha
become of Captain Lester.'
lie give his promise, and a few min
utes later the boat shoved off, and w?
rapidly nearcd the hulk, which had ac?
quired such a strange interest to m
all.
Prescott, in addition to bis revolver,
I.ad a small Italian dagger, which I ob?
served him haudle. as if to assure him?
self that it was reliable. Then, as he
replaced it. he remarked to me, 'There
is no telling what is inside this mass of
lumber, and this may be the weapon I
r?ed after all!'
Arriving at fhe craft, alter a short
?:uusuliation. it was agreed that the four
oarsmen, the mate and myself should
remain behind, while Backstay Bob and
William Prescott siiouhl explore the
hulk, ?is it was morally certain that
some dreadful danger menaced all who
entered the cabin, and as I was good for
nothing, I needed no more urging than
the mate to remain m my posl ion.
Prescott went first, holding his pistol
n one hand and a lantern in the other.
while Bub closely followed with the cut
la?s. We saw tlieiu descend the hatch
? ?way ; all was still, and then I heard the
, siugle exclamation from Prescott, 'Oh.
I my God!'
Tbi? was followed by a terrible roar.
? a quick: succession of pistol shot?, a
1 three .-truggle and all was still again.
The next moment both Prescott and
Backatay Bob enjergad to rlew, cover?
! edfroni liead to toot with blood.
'Come aboard,' laid they, 'the danger
is over.'
The next in*tant we were on deck. I
rushed to the hole and gazed do?vu
Merciful heaven ! what did 1 behold f
By the dun light of the lantern w?
?aw Ute mangled body of Captain Lus?
ter. Th.- head and one of his hiubt
were gone, and there was .scarcely *
s'-inblance of humanity in the retuaim
before us. Near him ?vas the terribh
form of a Bengal tiger, killed by the
bulleU, cutlass and dagger of Pn
and Backstay Bob.
Tin- two latter, on entering the cabin
Brat saw the mutilated jody ol Captain
Luster. A !o?v growl warned them of
danger, andas crottchingand in the very
act of springing Dropping hi? lantern
he firvd his r- volver, and as the terrible
animal bore him to the door, he drew
bit dagger and stabbed him again and
again. Tin needle-pointed instrument
reached his beait, tviocb unite.i with the
slashing blows of Backstay Bob. settled
his hash before he could do any mater?
ial injurv.
We now made a critical cxanunaUoi
of the place. A number of humai
bones-tic ?ved the floor, aud several ar
tides of wearing apparel, which seeiiu-.
to indicate that the place had been teil
' an'.eo by two human bciugs of the op
posite sex.
The orate bad been cou?ned to on?
corner of the room by a delicate inn
rui.,'. which bad bceu put there to bt
broken. Over the center of the root*
.?a? written mhii. tbing in an Indian din*
1. ? t, which was pronounced by the niati
(who had ?pent several years in India'
to read : "1 have sought?1 have found
that which I sought?vengeance.'
Carefully removing the body of the
e.ip'ain to the little boat, we seuitlecl
I the mysterious craft and saw it sink to
the bottom of the oi?an. Shortly iftei
llie captain was wrapped in hi? wind
ing sheet and followed.
The strange, awful tale regarding lli
old craft we neyer learned. It ever re?
mained t.. u? all an unveiled mystery ol
iii?- ?. i.
r'rrsli and Lit in? Truth.
The gcapel is fresh. It i? the bread
and water ol life and meets the Deeds of
the soul. And it can never lose it
fri-shucss. The more the hungry eat
and drink of it, the more its rrifreshing
power is appreciated. The very appe?
tite grows by that it feeds on. Cbiis
liana life is ?piritual development and
growth in spiritual appreciation.
Hungry souls sometimes try to satis?
fy themselves With earthly fare. But
! like alone satisfies like : the spirit
needs -?piritual food. Husks for swine,
i the bread in the Father's house for
; children. To the soul the words cursed
bv siu is a desert ; the gospel is tin
oasis in this desert, with its pure, coo
water, fresh bowers, and luscious fruits
The world needs the living truth t?
make it alive. Christiaus need it thai
they may grow. In our pulpits an?
papers we want kernels, not hulls,
Whoever has living truth and . ominuni
cites it in a living way will meet a
.hep need of the heart and will be sue?
cessful, We moye among tombs and
among the unburied dead. Blessed is
th' wise who hears and beeil? the living
S.iv?"?' ; 'Lei the dead bury their ?lead ;
bin go thou and prea- Ii the kingdom of
God.
A Mam.- schooner while Ils
the banks of Ncsvfotimllnml. w.
two bunercd fathoms of table out mid
-ails clawed, was Maidenly found to bo
under headway. It was toon discovered
that ?i huge ?vhale of the thiebsi s. -
liad gol bis tail entangled in the table
and was hauling the crafi at thsrate of
i tifie? n knots an hour, and growing
' more and more excited was keeping his
; course to tin- sea. Th* whale Snail*
: tore assay by breaking the cable.
The life ? f man is the mid-He he
' ween angd* and hea-ts ; if man takes
i pleasure incarnai thing, he ?s compared
j Pi beasts ; hut it he delight in npiritunl
I ?hing*, he i? suited with angels.
The Best Slerv that liexaodrr H. Metro
Tells.
A doctor named Roy-ton bad tori
Peter Bennet for his bill, long over-due
for attending the wife of the latter.?
Ah x. II. Stevens was on the Benuel
side, and R?ibertToombs. thou Rcnatoi
of the United States, was for Dr. Hoys
ton. The doctor proved his number ol
visit?, their value according to custom
and his own authority to do medical
practice. Mr. Stevens f?ld his client
that the physician had made out his case
and as there was nothing wherewith to
rebuto r offset the claim, the only thing
left '.o do was to pay it. 'No.' said
Peter, 'I hired you U* speak in my case,
and now speak.'
Mr. Stevens told him there was noth?
ing to say; he bail looked on to see that
it was out. ai.d it was.
Peter was obstinat?, autJ at last Mr.
St?: v. us told him to make a spoe.-b him?
self, if he thought onr could be made.
?I will.' ?aid Peter Bennet, 'if Bobby
Toombs won't be too hard on me*'
Senator Toombs promised, and Pefr
begani
'GtntUnnn of the Jury; You and I is
plain farmers, and If we don't stick to?
gether these'ere lawyers and doctors
will get theadvanbue of us. I ail)I no
lawyer or doctor, and I feint no objec
tious to them in l'ieir proper place; bul
they ain't farmer?. g?ullemen of the
jury.
'Now the man BoystOO was a new
doctor, ami I went for him to come an
to doctor wife's sore leg. Aud.be come
and put some salve truck onto it ami
i some rags, but never done it to one bit
, at good, gentlemen of the jury. I dont
, believe he is no doctor, no way. There
I is doctors as is doctors, sure enough,
' but this man don't earn hut money, and
if you send for him, as Mrs. baral
Smith did, for a negro boy as ?vas worth
a $1,000. he just kills him and wanti
pay for it.'
?I don't.' thuuden .1 the doctor.
'Didyou cure him?' askeal Peter.witl
j the slosv BceenU of S judge svith tin
black cap on.
The doctor ?sa- ?ill m and Pi
ceeded.
A- I was n sayen'. gentlemen of the
jury, we tanners, when we ?ell oui
cotton, has gut to give valley tor the
money we ask, and doctors aint none
t.io good to be put on the same rule.?
And I dont beli. ve this Sam Roy-ton is
no doctor, nohow,'
The physician again put in his oar.
with, "L'-ok at my diploma, if you think
I mu im doctor.'
'Ris diploma!' exclaimed the new*
fledged orator, with great contempt.
?IL* diploma ! Gentlemen, that is a big
i word for ?I printed ?I.....I-.-H., on.l it
don't tiiiiKe no doctor ot the sheep a?
first wore it, nor does it of the man as
Dow carries it. A good newspaper has
more m it. and I Dint out to ion that he
feint no doctor at all.
The man of medicine -.vas now in :
fury, and screamed out: 'Ask my patient:
ill am not a doctor!'
'I asked my wife.' retorted Peter
'an' the ?a.? s a? how slie thou.ht yoi
wasn't.'
'Ask my other patients,' sad I>i
Royston.
This seemed t" be the itraw thai
broke the camel's back, for Peter re*
piled with a look and tone of unutterable
-.??ine?-: 'That is a hard ?a;, in.' gentle*
men of the jury, and one a? require*
' nit* to die or have power a? I have hearu
tell ceased to exist since the Apostles.
! Joes he expect me to bring the Angel
Gabriel down to toot his horn before hi?
time and cry aloud : 'Awake, ye dead,
and tell this court and Jury your opinion
I of Boyston's practice r'Am I to goto
the lonely churchyard and rap on the
1 silent tomb, aud say to uni as is at last
at refet from physic and doctor's bills.
I ?Git up here, am?state If you died a
natural death, or was hurried up by
i some doctors.' He inyi ask his patients
and geiill-uien of the jury, they are all
\deadt When is Mrs. Bi-azlec's man
Sam? ??o ask the worms in the grave?
yard where be lies. Mr. Peake'a
svoinan Sarah, ?vas atteU'led by liini,
and hertuneral was appointed and he
had the corpse ready. Where is that
likely Bill ?is belonged to Mr. Mitchell?
I Now in glory a' expression' his opinion
ofRoyatun'a dotrteron. Where la that
baby gal of Harry Stephen's'. She are
! Where (lectors cease fr< :n troublin' and
, infants an- at rest.
Ueatlemen of the jury, he has eat
enough chicken at my house to pay for
i his salve, aud 1 furnished the rags, fend
lundi don't suppose he charges foi
I ?amUa* of her worse, and he don't pre?
tend to charge for curin* ol her, and 1
: am Itaimbly thankful that he never a*rve
? l.?r notllill' f"f b.r inward, as be .lid bis
Other patients for someihin' made urn
( all die mighty sudden ?'
Here the applause made the speaker
! sit down In great conftwloo, and in spite
?of a logical re?t:iti ;..i l.t of the ca?c by
Senator Tombs the doctor lost and
; Peter won.
Jen my Taylor saya of m
*If you are for pleasure, marry j if you
' prize your heiillh. marri ; if m n< y bo
y.dir object, marry. A goo.'
ven'? last best gift to man. hi- .i??
_: 1 and minister of graces innumerable,
his gem of many rirtues, his casket of
i oil..'
Another escape ?r ?m l.un.il alive has
oiviimdin Paris in the .ase of a lawyer
named L lorn . n is s ?, inmmoned to
hi?, dtallibi .I. toiiiid him. ?is it ?vas -ajp.
poseil. dead, kissed iiis brow, and was
j surprise?! al ils warmth. s..m,. bours lat?
er he revived and said: '"Ah. doctor,
' those few- moments sleep base done me
'a ?voilai of good." The French laws
require that interment shall follow death
wit1 in at niosi thirty-six hour?, and
tbiis ?t -?{lea happen* that burial talo s
1 place previou? to putrefaction.
Life.
We do not think the thonghl ol death
is half so sail even to the mosl llfe-Iov
log and death droadii - .. lb
of passing out of the minds of men. and
above all, out of the he-arts <v.'those we
love. It is dreadful beyond n doubt,
aud from such a contemplation it Is]
most nutural we should shrink. We do
not consider that wc need dread such
tn oblivion, If we take pains to engraft
ourselves upon the hearts and minds
ot those with whom we mingle. There
I .?scarcely a heart that is so ungrateful
a? to forget one who quick.-ued its
throbs by deed? of kindness. The echo
of kind words, they fall back upon the
heart like showers that bless the earth
from which they came. Ah yea, in af?
ter vtat? they return over aud ovei
again, when perhaps tie.' lips that
breathed them are far away or silent in
tliu grave. Ha? ?uj o??o felt tltc (>ui?.
t >o, that a kind word or tone may con
tain, when they are felt to be undeserv?
ed:- The power of a reproving, ?depre
clating glance, how like au arrow its
poisoned fang seems to fester in the
heart that refuses to forgive itself.
though other-, have forgiven it. This
teaches the worth ofklndocsi : the Very
pain its absence cost?.
We stand in t' ?': t:.d
that lies between two vasl ... .?us of
time. Wejthiuk, as we loak into the
future, we hear the muttered threats of
storms unborn, ofgriefs that are to try
us. and of disappointments tliat arc to
vex us. Through the cloudy mantle,
however, we discern the hal?) of bright
dreams, that o rhaps may be realized ;
therefore, as we pass our feet upon the
shores of that fuiuie we take delight in
the beauty ?af the teener* around u?
ami forget the sad expericiici s and
warnings of bygone years, Pity it is
so.
What good d?x * il do us even though
ire ar-- abb.- to trace our paths back
across the ocean of dass and hours be?
longing to the past-. Docs the view of
that deviating track ami the remem?
brance ol the mad ?vinds und waves.
make us more timid and prayerful.
more aoxioUa for ?treugth higher than
our own f We fear not. If we could
but be induced to make steps of our
p:i*t (alls, to lead up upward, how hap?
py wuuld we ue. What is before Us.
We know uoi; this we know: that
tiiere will be the same need for courage
and labor ; the same Dei 'I for faith and
prayer; that the cardinal points of ev?
ery year are precisely the saate ; that
the needle always points toward ex?
cellence, towards pt-rfectioo. Although
we kuow not all the future ha? in re?
serve for us, yet we knosv it has the
a.........i, w ...-Kc uu us u,at the past
lias made, and that we shall have uo
time for idleness or any less lack of
opportunity for the display of ambition.
"Let us than be up tnd doing,
ss lib a heart for any fats,
Still achieving, ?till pursuing,
f tata to labor and to wait,-'
We know not how soon the ?and* of
life shall run out; we knosv that are shall
ever stand again upon the verge o?
another year. The fancy that now
pens lliese lines may be soaring in Mine
I high scene of exlstcuce; and many an
eye that will read them, may be viewing
more glorious visions that the human
imagination can bring forth, before this
lime next year. Noue of us can read
the closed page of the future, therefore
we must do our best now. and leave all
the rest with God; hanging with the
faith of a little child upon our Father's
love, kuowiugthat His ?promise will be
lultilled.
We trust we shall mount up with re?
newed strength to do battle to our
enciiiies. these passions of tur? that ?o
clog at every step we take. The world
tries to teach us a very Injurious ????-on.
It is to be hoped none of us will learn
to be selfish, utterly lost in self. We
hope self-iuterest may never gaiu the
supremacy over our love for "on?
another.'
Thk End of a Don's (?.laurel.?
And English lady sends us the follow?
ing storv : One ?lay a Newfoundland
dog and a mastiff had a sharp quart? 1
?over a bone. They were fighting on a
bridge, and over they ?vent into the wa
1er. The hanks were so high that the)
were forced to swim some distance he
fore tiny came to a tending place. It
was very easy for the Nesvfouudland ;
lie was as much at home in the ?rateras
a seal. But not so for poor Bruce ; he
?trugglcd ami did his best to swim, but
ma?le little headway. The Newfound?
land dog quickly reached the land, and
then turned to look at his old enemy.
He ?aw plainly that he was likely to
drown. So. what dkl the noble fellow
do but plunge in, seized him gently by
the collar and keeping his no?.' above
water, tow" him sa.ely into port ! I:
was funny to see these dogs look at
each other as they shook their coats.
Their glance -aid a* plainly ;i? norde,
We'll never quarrel again.'
Two \i ars ago a ?Ir.ivt i started from
California with 4,4)00 *-!i?'ep. lie bus
ju?l arrived in Texas, havin?* driven the
dock all tin- way, a?si?t.!i| by two well?
trained ?logs. The sheep have increa?
td in ntiinbt is. and frequent ?top* for
pastura?.'- bare kept them in good ton
d lion.
?1 com? to ask your han I,' said a b.v ?
er to his St, I.otiis sweetheart. You
:i?ka great deal,' sh * replied; and he
thuoght so. too. when she finally suc?
cumbed, and gently ?aid in Us a ne?t
l.ng, soft, white paw. two like? larger
than a goose.
The English laiigua::?*: M inad?quat?
: to express the torloru feelings of the bo.v
i who thinks lie has ?tolen a dun" novel
; and find? it to be a cook book.
Next to English sparrows there is
mithin.' that increases ia?tcr that potato
i Ms, unies? il is the iuterest on an un
1 paid note,
?HKNANDOAH HBltALD
Advertising; Hatcsi
A1?ertiecment? will be ineerted at One Dollar
T tqusre of ten lines, or lee*, for th* Sr*t tusar
'ion, and -Vl cent* for c*ch lubseqaeut insertioa.
I 'nless the number of insertions be marked up? a
if manuscript, it will bo published until forbad
? id ch.-ged accordingly.
Notices la the local column ?/U1 be lnaerted ?
: u'ole the adsriiiaing rate*.
Advertisement? for three nioutu? or longer wiU
a in-ei-ta-dat l.)W?r-r?te*
l ?et of I be Phon ?graph.
11 - -. Bts*4aaaa*al?i ypiii
For DUbli .? - W( ?hall have gall.i.e.
there phonograph ihasts will be pre
?erved as photographs* aud books now
are. The u'Uruacvs of grat ipeakers
and fingen will there be kept for a
thousand y? BIS. In the?e 'galleries spo?
ken Languages will be preserved from
century to o.i.tury.with all the peculiar?
ities ?if prouuuciatiou,dialect, or brogue.
A- we go now to see the ? .ereonticon,
we shall go to public halls lo hear out
these ti'iasureis of speech aud song
brought un aim produced as loud, or
louder, than wketi first spoken or sung
by the truly great ones of earth. Cer?
tainly, withiu a dozen years, some of
the great ?ingers svill be iuducedto sing
into the ears 01 the phoniigraph.aud the
electrotyped cylinders thence obtained
will be put into the haud-orgaus of the
ttrceU. and wu nhaU hear tli? ?cutual
voice of Christine Nilsson or Miss Cary
ground out at every comer.
In public exhibition, also, we shall have
reproductions of the sound? of naturp,
and of uoises familiar and unfamiliar.
i Nothing will be easier than to catch the
- sounds of th?! svaves ou the beach, the
| roar of Niagara, the discord? ol the
j streets, the noises of animals, the putt?
ing and rush of the railroad train, the
i rolling of thunder, or even the tumult of
I a battle.
When popular airs are sung into the
phonograph, and the notes are then re
! produced iu revese order very curious
aud beautiful musical effects are often
limc produced, having no apparent re?
semblance to those contained in their
originals. The 'instrument may thus be
u?ed as a Mart of mu?ical kaliedoscope,
by means of which an infinite variety
; of m v?. combinat:, ns may be produced
: from the luu-iial coinpositious now in
I existence.
TI:?' .pv..!.'.i:g phonograph will, doubt
, li -?. be tpplled t?i l.cll-puimhcs, clocks.
; complaint box? s in public conveyances
and to t? vsotall kinds. It will super
?ule the short-hand writer in taking let?
ter? by dictation and the taking of testi?
, mony before teferecs. Phonographic
will be sen', by mail, the toil being
wouud mi paper cylinders of the size of
? finger. It will recite poems in the
voice of the author, and reproduce the
speeches of the celebrated orators. Dia?
m a? will i.i-iflii,-i. In tvreVii .ill tl?f> nur?.
will be "well spoketi ?With good ac?
cent, and goo?! dl?M?retioo;MR?e origina',
mairicc being prepared on one machine
provided with a rubber tube having ISV?
eral mouthpieces;and Madame Tissaud's
figures will hereafter tall". :?s well ?
| look, like theirqreat pr?ito?\; -'
Worldly nindidiir...
What is ti- .. !-? .: max root-- -.u?--?
j their shops better then their bents, and
I sre acquainted with the temper of their
'.ody mete than with the constitution cf
their souls; that thoy are so ,ar>!ul and
?r-dustriou* in the prosecution ol their
\ worldly designs, so negligent and remiss
? in hooking after heaven! What is. or
! can be. the reason of these things, but
? that inordinate love and affection they
I have for money, or the thing? of this
! world, which makes thorn so eager in
I the PursHitoftheiii.tbat they forjvt lltc-v
have anything else to mind; an.i so
much taken up with worldly busiiu??,
that God and Chtist an I heaven and
soul, ami all. must give way to it? (),
the folly and ?nadnsse of sinful men!
What a atrauge, corrupt and degenerate
iliiug is the heart of man become, that
we should be so foolish and unwise as
to prefer our bodies before our souls,
earth b.'.'o: e heaveii. tovs and trifles be?
fore tl-.e eternal God, ami the worst of
evils before the best of good?, even sin
Itself, with all the miseries that atund
it. before eternal happiness which is
promised to if, and all for nothmg ?i-c
in au the love ot a little pelf asd trash,
which hath no other worth but what
our own distracted fanci?s put upon it!
Better Thlntrt le tame.
"Let things go as U| ;i, arc can fear in
this, wold if we aie sincere Christians
there is a far bt its r state to come, to
which sve shall be admitted when we are
once OUt ol this tr?;ublesoii.e and siuful
world. \>e arc assured thai we arc
under the eoiistaiil care of Divine Prov?
idence. The iiau.pnliiy of our mind?
in ib.* wi rid dep? nds v-ry much upon
the eeteem we have of Provnl? nee. and
the trust sve repos, in (io<). We can
notait i" the method? of Providence by
,?111 Mlidtode; Gcd will govt*ratbs weald
I bj hit own measures and net by ours.
j I he government is his, the duty of suh*
i mission is ours. Let us not then be
peevish anal ?plain. Lome a' what be
jdoih; but make the best use of any ex?
traordinary instance of his f?rov*df?S>t8
- which seeBU tat, mied for our goo?! nn
18 WO tura it another ?say. But it is
: not enough to be purely contented with
Providence; we ought to be active and
ilaoful in own placea to promote me com?
mon iii'.eics'.ainl not t<> repine and mur
mur at what I? n c? ?.?ary for the sup
port .?I it, --I.et u* not torment ?ur?ehc?
with fears of what mav and what Mt]
not happen; bullet m ??omanitetwtslves
11 God B well-tloing as to our Creator
and pr?s?iv??i'.
(.'apt. Itoyton reachetl l.i?hoi. ?as?
month, ?ft. r a v?-ry long vorag?: on the
Tagu?. Bctwe? n Toledo aud tin c;ipi?
tal he ?hot thirty-cm? m t'i?
nont.avigalde part of llic rive . The
current carried him aMitn? ? in or I !':.n
thirty mtb s an hour, lie nniv? ?1 in
good health, and very little brui-e,!.
Vassar college is a M | [l.e.c ?
When the astronomical class play bil
' liards, the girls say. 'Now, I.o,u?i?. car?
amel on ihe re?i pop-corn ball.' -Thord'e
a kiss on the white.' 'Pocket Miry'b
marsh mallow, Jennie.' Then they all
go up on the observatory and aing,
?Trcaelo. treacle, little star."

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