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J l THE REPUBLIC: SUXDAY, J UJS'E 1. 1902.
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KifelSSSSiltVSSa - WM.ce joKice la the dars wtea a legal ffi- 2Sii5?T&B' Wri'j JHC,TlllKTr-- - "'! lirSb:S?tJEat;Bit.i-3.-y 'T ' traiiie- fc,r fi.vi :nr . - v wr . sbvt"-- 'hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiikj. miv i m w -nniiiiiinkwwvaM-rbiirf b.i-j-v ij')m 1&- frc. b- i - Pi- Fpublir Bnrratt. 4ai Rt. and pa-arrsliltt Are. 37 Xork la- ZL In the eonncll - j la Tarn7TiTi) HaJ ramas a iarpe saaiiocaar tfe-Ur dedicate C vcarr aiifl rears ajro to the catue of IDesaocrarj br Jaar KeDv. vrho dvle -vlrtoer are eiEjia-a 1-. a t of ex- gvaTTT jj cat. us- 'a r oionaiiE. Trnica j ianr la a ended frame oa the vraH behind , Uroafl an! ar-r t 1 Is It aSords room fo onlr oa inaa. ba- Tajc?nuin Sn the tir-oes t a aaoveajtrrt To tne n-ot" raaical o r finna. ba 6r--c b.T 1 must acr'umaiv Cat -Gire. Th th-t- men. no matter bow Srienfiir their ;ie-Tnaa an4 political rla tlon, Trni ad temsetres In the condltioa rf the. Trace in the batket aacoaifortxdilr ennraes ana Taa-raaay looaer or later, ann. lhroach c p-ocess of ellajnatloa. amy tar ocuETcsutm jc reBLwe trj :aziDa S " ""iL5?!.0! c ".?. "" . I'jHr cm trcrt tnat s:ta shall be a leaser not a "boas.- Tfctt. luniTCr, ir another story which may not be tolfl lor years. Tor the preseat, however. "The Three" . ? Il ifT li lM' !F" settle joes ncr-'.flOEE. cEicsa 3t - 4Q-xts H taa rf aa! tactsia. waWi 1 mm cf btr ftRVrj, Cicircfr sac Wanes. SCAT.T CAKIEErjCTaTJOfll XO Bi HX BX EEJlUTirUL WJUK OOSTjL. iTO TTTXH XHXBI DIEEABE SLECEDj i CEEATUEKSt they luiderailat ths .ladrsad i-jrrecr all Gte snSrfment erlhVssp t5f tbt seals, irttbust wblei tbe seatp cdes-sv snlTnli . linTT'f .-y . T..ry (bs ion cf hair DAKDEEUTE IS THE QSX.TT.rV IVX IX THE TFOEIiPTEXT WXLI DESTEOT TH?EZ v Oy.K1rB:ltpeatrateiflicahitaarostalX.gy' iaiwitbittll tbesseetssryjmpertiss c c"tVtr X jejeaaisf an tin ti-umeHab: jura. Jtsxiaaos ucaa-oian j, , efcajM.eftb.ca. ti:n.tbtKjaof "-T Duasay 0 ' Z' tirlcrTau. A few --Sot -Bin il f-wrsoaftllr toalc k fiSsaaIsM-'aAl.-nfh new life mfl-rirsr. B J?1? " tf- W 1i.TfVTt..'- -.-.V -I .... .CC? !tea ea3 j. . .... ---u--- to aa comers. Hi t Jf !. s u com xoasaSr. Tare sites -mandcr of tb asr' SBsssssnlL iAU uiu:a,i.iw.iaii..v. oie xTarxea srrest. jB 'H :IT at:l- 3 sat .tvs 3 tb calooa doors were Wa W7 c-shM.saaes!'b7 ZaesS- JhT. in white 5 Jltssto s--1 !TaerhiOo-Cclcare.XJl Tar ponrfcsr sofij k s, --11-taoi.ths. siurLrwS Ml YZZZZT ,aM'aercg.3triii3c. H8r ?M- pfjuc csjrtaia H orsUiC. iT-1?'"-5.,?2-iltfi.'r' vmtmtMj -cazot m -v s.Trrrr.rra-T-''-"w"K.M.. -jj,e UEtriot lesie sm-' iifocraa who seadg c aiij aaveitljesBSBt fn. i Wui.L B, -sosisasarticsB cna AOQreas ss3 20tasst -jui neat, jii Is-? I 11 1 ) II I H 11 KjfObjn' ABM 3BHHBW BPVHH. V J-i7-J-. F Bt-KrJ 'L V ."-W- r-" fc II 1 1 H 1 il B 'F HBBB. J&JMHHHHHHHHHHH X-ili I "" -. -.J--- -w. ",t-!rv, ..w- rf . --r" rv i74-. -- - . iMr ' " t-nje. iffiiSapfeKV .i. p. i il ... .. Lowest R 1 triarnnratc. If the mire fasiicnable teraJ are In jos?elon of John K(.11"b desk, cue Ir 1 with 'thejn that this BtoT has to do. To arae thrm In the o-fier of their selec tionAn otnea. accofdlne to Taramani llcbts vrho EtaSy jiolltlcs la the daytime ana dream of lbem o' nlehts Charles- T. toc-phy. , Daniel F llcliahoa and Ioals T 3affn , are the men to trhoF" care the titer at the i outset of its two 'Oeaa" years- has coa- j ahrnefl ltfcll Surjibj- an East Mde FroiSnet. Titf ccn-sca of ilr Mta--jhT. like that of nearlT every leader of Tammany Hall, cf- , talnly in recent years, van the east side j Oier amonr tht Inhabitants of the "Gas- i hiuse District " tbe name of Charllt i Siurpcy is on to coaj-re with. There be ooaai "pan jus oovnoao ana nis jnatmooa. aaa r - ' 1 tb B.' " V" aside from what i r. w " w fc-- i-"-toi "" For J J lie. There too. ore the men who knew him r I T.r:w" rl-rt. ."" :."JSC hue , -- "- , '"-"-" "r" him now that he has his minion as in tbe la ErttJof htasmootTotrttfnl face, Mr. ifernbv h., .lTr,n. -, ... w-.-1 Wrtadar anniversary. To the physlotno mlst be appears ar a man who takes life wriouaJy tmt his ready smile mlticatcs tke "verity cf his coantnarice. aad tbe soft ton-8 of his voice mark him as a n whose emotions are nst easily aroused. His Crepe la plain, almost to sevarity, and so diamonds betray bun. as tbe comic papers would have It, as a man who has graduated fjuin a bar roomlo pclitlcal pramlnencs. Cnrainc from the public schools with as education safSdeat to Ct him for strife with the wo-ia. Hr Murphy soon -"-Tilffifi-I a. . . . T - ---.u- ii .uj -uu Eeniu ioj; poatlCE. EstabUahea Clmla of StoTes." That was tweatv-flve years afo. and be entered tbe political -unirersitr of tha ffrnen and tbe sct3cn the saloon to de velop his talents. Ee prosperea both la his prof 15I03 and tl bnsinea, and wlfhla a f er years had estthflebea a chain of "wlores which yislded him good returns and cave hha opportunity to meet his friends and aucmeat his yallUcal strength. Ia that wej hs came to he a leader Tbe County Democracy was then on the hlch road to snpxemacy, and as It was the place to which young- men eravitatod. he cast his lot in with Jt Then Tammany Hall gained tbe ascendancy, and he Joined its racks as a TttTty worker. The death of Senator Hasan, la 7IZZ. pave him the leadership, which he has maintained ever since. Stories of Mr. aiurnhy'a youth axe not plentiful among those who knew him as a boy Els was the life of the .East Bide lad of humble parcntaxe. and the commonnlaee rather than the sensational ionas the Kreater part of his life's history. Instances tn his later life, however, are not wantlntr which display tb characteristics which Tiarnmncy regards as essential to leadership anmty to ncht. a plenteocs lack of Jor getfulness end wflliocness to lend a help lac hand. lllds XkeBaaee o nataea Xjaewr. "When Theodore 2oosevlt. In IBSt betxn as .Pollee CommiSEiaaer to enforce ths Haines law, ilr Murphy was cne of 5Ti urat to oppose what hs tjeemed tbe . oppreairrs statute. Ja the first the crusade Mr. TlicrpEy choree cf one of his announced that hs would Cdre away -soft" drinks t was wtrned by the com- prednct. hstie declared that True to his threat the throws opqa end Uar- aproa. stood behind the water and kdadnad drinks of irlesds -who had come 1 happen. ftnrlrh then in ammnag ' "Twenty-second fitreet Statlaa. arouna fisd rtn -srsxDd r to tdoaeun. said Mr. Ifarnhy. s&ra te Acres: XC3. It '& 'ZZ rjjiij'rr rS-4 V4aS?: i is . a .j, . ,. il'- ilj7fc7 rrTa i --. i -er ado. Mr - ar- rested, and beta up ass hi rla 1 s-d. , Ee pal3 bis fine end was released bat be 'H??.3 :? rrT?? h , il'ny aau iae saus-c-ioa o; oeuic pres- . . - .K- . -.Tri a.l..- -t.-q Captain Bmlur -risited tbe "Ctlc" and askd not to b cs-urbed by the Police Board s-on to b appoict'd. 11-Croke- turned to Sir Murphy and askd him what he thoLcht cf It. Men who have known Mr Murphy fo years and who witneetd the collDquy say that never befo-e bad he ever ;ermitted klmseif to display emotion la public. Smith Sent to Poller Boat. Ansry and flashed he denounced the Cap tain aad threatened to have him placed where he could harm no one enraced in the lienor traffic. 'When tbe new Police Beard took office Mr Murphy, then a Dock Com missioner, r-QUsted one faior "Sena SmUh to tb- police boat," he ask'S Presuuent Tork. "It lies i next to ray of fice. I want him te kaow that I have my eye oa him all the tiiaa." The transfer was made and for four years the Police Captaia was literally under the eye of his foe. One of Mr Murphys i3es of ruaala aa Assembly district Js to kep it free from disorderly resorts, and for tbe its: three yars of Tammaays recent r"-le he was s jc ccsEfal Flaally a shake-up of police sent one to his district, who. was lax. and several undescrabl places were opened. No oa thocrat of repcrtine them to Mulberry street. At the time he was in one of his "stores." Tm-ains to one of his followers, he exclaimed. "Send Captain to me here at cace." In a few minute! the Captain came, and this coIloQsy took place: "What ttad of a place Is at Xo. JLveaae AT" Mr. Murphy inquired. T don't know, the Captain responded. "Well, 1 -do," to Murphy said, "and you ourht ta. Drive those people out to-day or nThcve you broke." For a. moment the f-'Ti rtammered, hut ths leader, conscious of his power. commanded him to cet oat and star out. 3ie places complained of were Immediately vacated, and thev say la the district th?T 1 nooe has since appearss. Boys Stoclc for FlITver. After he had sold his chain of "stores' la IBS, Mr. .Murphy coatlirDed to TVf his headtjuarters la the Anawaada Club, over the saloon at 2chtenth street and Eecand arenas which he started eais ten. The cjuaroom is conventional, except rt a "ticker" occaples me coaner a. necessary coaoo'ittfrmt cf the "ofaee" cf . rrtn-n ThM. xtrterest, aside from politics. Is wrapped tip III gtoclCjlnr-tcatlOBs. Sines he left ti Doct Department. Mr. Xsrjibr has spent his apare -moments there, and thither havs his follower, especially those out of Jobs, beat their -steps. Shortly after January 1 several cf these derelicts were la tbe clnhrocm when to. aturphy entered. Knowlctr t they were 2n hard teak.- he sshsa them If siey had fvOund worlc "tKot yet," the men tmorrsea. rSTta,- -Jto-Hsirpay tsspa-Ba, -3 tOsOt r?r L'-m& - -k1-S '' y i- g f". Jxr-p. Is 1 "3" i-Jgt - Jj. '. ! 1 ' I. i, '- tH- 'Mr'w""1 I -i a - Tk-E iA2ULftTTY fAx I have "good thing la tbe 'fctiset, TH bay a thousand shares for you fellows." A. few days later he mpt the. same men la tbe same place. "Without saying a word he handed each of them a check for a sum egaivalent to nearly a year's -p7 at the wages they had obtained la the c&ya em ploy. """hsf s thlsT laoalred on f the xaen. That's tbe'proCt oh that stock 1 told you about," "Mr. Murphy .repEed. Xow you fellows go home and tre the maney tr yum wives." One characteristie that belongs to to-. Mcrptiy which Is xesarded as aa attribute of a leader Is his ability not to xeD eay xaore than he -wants one to kaiu." That was proved flurlar- tbe troubloas days vt Dcrery. saoes -th? the aias-t IrrreJClratloa, when eraser 233 was act necessary for jndlclal of- I See From the beach to the coatracdnc b-slnec& was a loas I-ap. bat "the Jaace ZHe It. aad -he has face a tha it ;ays. 'WB'ks ef tiu-caXixW avt fallen to his arm. wmetiins aier a sbov- f-ja a joBucal per" and ''m T-m"B r- :hjst It. If UKr"; is any c utv of liidershlp that M- Jl-liobon pos--eses It is his ability to I-f-r oil m trr-ublea wtcr in the political jitud Hi reft maaae- of speeca oftei tpfiil - lnFi.""r nd his vic"frts hare rather been the result of caacbitory tacilos tfan of pea wa-fre. Aim: "0-n Cciaie 3iSrn. Mr Haffen 1 arotber tyj- suil. Issistaac ahnt- ti- b' p- Jit of pjenacTr be tIi more on cts e-rme&v- pw-rs than op t n b pesoTabrr to accr itiMii the tasks be ttt. oat t da. What be has oaae can be lt arfertafaed la tb -n-:. in whih. be ri held ofec" far raany jears. and ir m- unaal answers to ih 9H-ioss. 'vThn l.afst ibis load"" r -Jlrv Hd yort ret th p-Sk"" is I-cl Hfrflec did ft." Lrat te a rtsaarfcali'e 6gr " wb'-iher in a political tniE'e or i- cam lap oat hi ffaciri ati(a ? pr-iJ'" o; lb Soroach j ei the Broax. Mr. Haffec impresses one as a - . acsc pruxapal eftnrp.lr. is taat ts oiy is. Iut f-utragb f" 11a: 'c do what, be be',r s inrt.l Ve iofce. He escers tato x i Tthbw: wth a russ. ar thocEli the wsrH o e-- waJtimt i r ntct. ana vmi an entha t'tn w-ixh r wculd ha. Jij sek ia a man t1 ve lift has laelf beta devotfid toofS ca caes oC ataio aavaxylBS sjcnotn-ny Rls b-i-oajrh is hs pride, atid the work b has atcompUshcfl in t e-ther an en r"er -i- -.' IK p "sJdrat is a realy a priuav to cne cf his tateineats as is Sa a.or Jo$w amaii ' vTbea X ica ia Pi-ekskni" In luetics, 3ir. HxfTea Is noted as a leadr t ir.K it a pom to keep ir p-r'oaal co-tat wh his fo7ers. and who knows. bo ; u - a w a" how to rewarct A?i3e fma his on dixtrirt he lia never bed his somewhat : Kew ; sraests ' IsabeSa: takes from '. rathe dcrea acd XSoston. sett has : pTirata m I Hair Falling ? w j BBSSSSSSSSSSSSsl SBSsH SSSSsi 2 I Don't tell "your friends of i J BK I it. They would think it so I 1 H I strange. You see, they 1 Bg I know Ayer's Hair Vigor I ( I checks falling of the hair, i aP-tentf-atryHatLaad- I TCStOrCS COlOf tO g haif, entry mro tne nas held wci interest ssa . - ft ,7 7 who havs watched his career ta a rtrtrt nriO iTna- -Nq hnif ittbt j restricted sphere. O-lXVa lXIOn.U3 Lilt lJd.ll lUVf. J Trollry-Cr Wedillnc- Party. HFllO-n TITrlTT A 4- -rry-- ,no. I. 5 W - fl - Booheae. Hay 2L The two huaSrefi J. 11 V ll VfllV U.U11 L VUU UOC IL 1 HI, - IS who attended tb weddlsx of Miss " J J jm "A. "Soyes and Gles T"rlxht. here, wers " - c3 from tbe station to tbe-church and. " " A f Tears ara inv- fcsfr rr-t vert- r--r an i T mutt tmTT " r S the church to ths horns of the bride's " . .. ,"',. . "., ": " " opes troney cara. The eondactors tj.; -r-m- T . Ttr m- .-?- a t.n- . a t - : - tf ' motormes were an la sew uniforms. 93 - t,-.. .w. m . .t.i...iiiiS iMiia -, new head cf hair." Mrs. G. Hrrrer, Mihracies, -Tis. ,i rsw-Seool Beaa Sesla-as. S "V-I & don. May IL "Deas fi-ssnel C Sea- s-l, - "sa- J. u Aiur ta, LmrcB, JKas. " 2-, of tie Eastua TJclrsrsfay Law School "- nlg7irfl os aesouct of th -press of Wt nV'ifisr .;v busmess. H Is the sna of Edtasnd ' HUIIBHBHHBHBH'HnHaBHHHnsssa ' . astV ygrxtg d-saa. of tha arbosl. ss7B"sTBnsssssaWsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss ai--fS: CONDITIONS THAT BAFFLE GEOLOGISTS. Fire "Vents on This Spinning Plan et Are Fonnd on Rising Areas. INFLUENCE WATER. It Is Fonr Thousand Miles To Globe's Center, bat Deepest Mines Do 2vot Penetrate Over Half a Mile. Fraffsior T. G. Eoaacy recently foaad hcnself nnabie to formulate any "complete ! .. , , ,. . , i . ! thrr cf valcaradty " Geologists, he ad- j rallied, bad acertaind certain impcrtaat facts, bat they were only .. 1 b -.. j .,. i-v. -. 1. jr-iz Euvcsru.a, nc cv- j.. si - nearer to a solatioa of tne problem by the end of the first quart' r of tk-s centnry. f rar ,s! otaer ana tne lava rap t. .i.. . .11 ii i -n-iii tv.- ..- - : OU- t1 mountain Is too stroas the 1 this at all -IkWy TT1H th fact? re- . merely -rise: to th samm-t and over veal'd Dy the Siartlaictiv catastrophe open j afTrs. The ernptiin- of the present ca- xe tb eyes of the bllaa vxifpntiloeistT Cer- j asoaLv taronch fisscs. bowerer, ar- tSa taiaiv no nanuLa rye znay evtr hearch the 1 v.bratio-. which attend the rendlac of be .---t biddei in tne verr bywels of the ! "aia may re3jt in the aaiersr-awl ,-,!, ! jt t ,w mute - t ccater or ta mooe. , aad the deepet rainea. do not penetra-e to ! The Tr'-aalc "soaad wave" Is stsathlas raach more than half a mile f'em the sar- ' like the discharfre cf heavy- gaas ia cacK face while tie deepest borings faB far i saess on. bat St caa really no Jkeaea" to aho-t tf a mile re depth Tbe ebolccist i oo effect proiaaed by huataa teay. Ivota knt v. ir at vi leanoes are foaad on "nsias f far ver hesrfl '-cm .h sky. ir isei. can areas. " and rot aepres5oon cf ins Ciirtb s ' equal it in range or volume. Tbe areaa ' surface, be jsp-cis tbe uala'nce of ea Slo&e" that is. tbe eiterior Sun -of its 1m- ant mass r a h' nas f--aal the means I of drawia; .axe-2arr aa to taE ruitare of ' tbe rtck at Jrptbs of tec or flftsn mBes. -ut that t' Ihf tJtra't 1'miT cf tiw portion cf tb Floof- u i-tc: has b -er: madt tnj cb et of a rBret otrva-joa anfl st jdy. XTaceriain Crot of Surface. Tbe entire globe .is eiraal ta wercht to 2v and oiir-ba-f e-r f tae same sue composed the. water b-t me uen.ty of tbe mat-iai wn tbe eras ltsif is rajah leas. varying from abou two aid oce-tbird to thrt times that tf water It wecid cot v4jc.tl: ar:-r -hat ae i-eat at-ss tns tntnor of the elob" ts crmposed cf rnt- terlais haviar twnse tha c-cs -y of the rocks 1 expevs .t int srfkc?.. at- ibese materials ar- ct a ouerent cno. Idarv reofcristai and sstrtnerar-" reject fhe i--poth-ci that th- ,a-Lh CDnsists of a r.at naa mssai svcwi'v-a by a com parauvelv lb - stii " solij matter. The astronomer S is it Inconsistent with th est blished laws Ejvmi; the motions of the earth tbe Feoiogis; fcr. ws that lavas of a total.y difl-'-t chi-s. er have been extruded in Hungay aaJ obala durins the Miocene period, sad that there have brn ienraas -ctioas ia Hawaii from a crater 14.000 feet ii;h for which ao "sym pathy" was Ehown by an adjoialac open vert lft.0 fet on a lower leveL TThatever the csbm cf vrl-arlc action riay be. it seems clear that it dees not orlranate la a universal mass of liquefied material sttaat-d at no R-ttt distance from tbe eartb' sarface. The clone msy be solid, loth at the center and the surface, with aa interposed layer of fluid or rerai fluia material between. Or the deep-seated solid mas may. through the pressure of saptncu-rbtnt wdBht. 1 of a "potential Salfiity." tbe comparatively slicht charee3 oa the scsface briniia? about the liquefac tion cf the crust- Thv vulcanolceist is In clined to oelieve. however that the earth is -olid to a great distance. If not to its very ceater. Islands ta Volcanic XaTees. Certain facts hs knows of a sarety. He knows there Is such a thing as "Herald nasalC that sbatlas islands of solid lava nay exist in the -roicaalc lakes, that the tercprattrre of lKruld lava is 2.000 degrees Fahrenheit, and that there being an Increase cf on decree for eh fifty or sixty feet cf descent the temperature at E.0SD feet is "32 6m cer. or boiling point- Tbe level of the floor la a volcano like Vesuvius may rise Ism cf sizary trcublc Dr. Kilmer': Swncp-Root Is sst r ctr.mgj.cIf"cv::: lhir.gbtif aahsvcfcli ner. tvsr ar bladacr try-bit !: will be far-si ji'-rtncrcmcaj'vacrit-a. Itsasbesstsssd te s as-j w-grs. la hara'.tsl ware, ia prsvsis a relief sad his p-rvcd so eus--'q - i- - & . ol&z i i-i & -7-;- arri.--:i t rji beca -t.it ST waiaa ail resacr: c: wabkrrcriat s-cacr trcd it, mar havs a -rais actus scat free Sy mz-, flu a bscc ttlter mar: ibart Swaraj-Rait sad saw ia ' fiottfTaahsvafa:mrvc-t.aaarruiIc- whca w tmrm rr"- i- fes-rwi"!! C--"- rt Dr Ksa-icCc5iar-kr rsrtsa, 1. x. iaa rep'.ar fiitv cent sad colirsiaca "are said -" -T Ttac". 7n&t r-r mirtaln. but r3-be- fi Ears. Ewaiip-Jla-. X- SGme-'s Swamp-ltnnt. ci the adaren. IT-mr-rus. X. T- ca crcy ates Ever rsadr from it. Louis to Michigan Resorts Can be seoand this seasoa via tie VA?yDAL!A LINE, Through Sleepers Dining Cars. C4XLJLT KEW HCCET OFFICE, SEYEBTH aiifl OUVE EYE SIQKT IS PRICELESS, Ict rafc jaai Eyes t I-Kcmasteat Optlcitf. Thte aE are i:'vti Plr-slciiii aaa repreae-st DR. MORITZ, THE OCULIST I AND OPTICIAN, At Ho. 612 FRANKLIN AVE. 15 . EE3ISTEHED PHTSICOAX. aai rcnc a.te C as one di the letnc On.iBts cf tb tTert. ?-j jlass- et p-rscrlbei uai&ss Lr.mtf-.y mees irj aaa a is weu known ttat ly pnets tre -lt&ia tse -ra of ait v-- r Gssea, Sfis to JIM O-jiI fk.Tt-ee Jitl b TTCZ CDns-.tati3l: i eainat!2n fa- Ei'intVIKG I JOK W-li. I.E TKEAIEIl rKTJC DlvLtr iZ Itr N-M mni Throat treatsd to" ff-.J0 b" brink of the cratr. cr t LLe Kilaaea-at least eome honareds cf -Tbf! t- j03- tss when the pressare cr ia cno fet aressaxe iron the vapors generated c-mfr-.ed bslcsr e-,4 r . V .Jt- ..1 --M .w lavs CO imST! Irwi r-r-B? Tr y nr!icnft t- ...- " .- --" . j the punuaiac mouatt. The aicaata-n. therefore, breaks, the conduit is rent open r--mnas aaa scocE. -soica. taeaas ., , .. -- ,-.?--,. e-canrn cf -rp i sraa, vas bea-d two thaae- shock transacted to the ea. Tt tersest of these, aa a consegu-'ace of t-e Srt tea. craptioa. aa feachtas the ihorea cf Eaantxa. t- JavE- rose. n . hs'iht cf fUlv iest ave -aormal -water l"v", !s-rcvlar- iC vHtapes ert-rely and 12 partially. ilers thai X. human bem?s perisiet. rnse of JTIfttIiJrr -rra- The "froth upca thv Eurfsce of lavas Ta-rl-s sreatlTr ta character, la tbe msjj-'iy of cases tbe lavas oeasSj't of a mass cf fcrys tls ac-jes in a Ucuia mas-ma. and ths'iCS tensioa cf sr-cb a mass by tb esca- of ttarn from K midst pfras rlsr to th. fsr--' ? rt2c, LSsry ijoni-rg mate r!al to wakm th name cf "rccria" ts ap- "T"ben the lava ccntalrs no ready f3rm-d crystals, l-t consists "iMrelv j a c-iasy ruDttasce la a more or less TrfectrtatB of fusion, tae lloeratwn of stam pro?urr tbe b'lauafiJ materi-J Luff.:! as nua-les a mass cf minute ala-s babbles. The stsara trtaaently escapes from lava with sucJi ylo-len- that tbe troth cr s-om oa Its surface 1 broken up and scattered la a It----. 3nrt as the wind tHspe-Tes the faas rests of waves. Darias their upward hsch-i--- to distance of hundreds or thousar-is: if feet, and then their dowaward TrC, the cmcry fracmeats are bv t.tr t- m r inced to sma3er and EmaD-a-dimeasJcns. Tree cjliar ra-ii-j; aad EwisiLSi-: noise sur hy these frasmeats la their ascent is cas cf tb- noteworthy airi .ipaalmgata of vnlcs-a: eruptlcae. Doctor -Kaymper relates that, while stsxdins ca the summit cf CT.1t-boras j he -witnessed an eraptioa of Cotopaxt, distant fty n-Jles- The fine volcanic cast f3. ia great tjnantttles around hha. aad he estt rcaled that s less than 2.W0JXQ tons of It must have, been ejected durfcg this slight outburst. P-sfesscr Boanev examiaed the dust from Co taps xl and calculated that It would take from 4.HX) to 5 W particles f it to make p a grata ia weight. Philippines Abound la Volcanoes. Of rr"er;t an2 particular Interest ts the people of tbe Ceiled States Is tbe fact that like other redans la Its s!ghborkood. TEs PhClppiae Archipelago abounds In vt.lcap oes. Spanish writers hare left accoarts ,' many destructive eruptions la the last three haaared years. The most remarkable wis that of January 4. ISO. when e volcano on the ratheastem extremity of Mintmaso. another to tbe west, on the northera csast of the Islssd cf liaaoa, and a third la Lur- far to ths north, became active at the same time. - --f y ft ." Eocecg g..lv-hsca " -U-tatMZ!' r. - - vf -, 'L-.".iiS8SLL5S.e! fc- ;Sf fcSB&.jsSjfessj