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Cold and Magnetism.
A recent investigation, conducted in tin physical laboratory of Harvard luiversity has lead to the discovery of the rtiuurkahli fuct that intense cold cun deprive magne tized steel hors of nearly all the the mag netism that may have been Imparted tc them. The intense cold was prod need by solid carbonic acid. This fact has an im portant bearing upon observations of the magnetic condition of the earth in high latitudes; for what appear to be daily and yearly changes in the earth's magnetism may bo due in largo part to conditions of temperature, •which affect the magnets used in the observations It also must be concluded that the molecular coualitieu ul steel is changed by great cold A Strange Preacher. There* Fas once a minister of the Gospel pc;o never built a chutch Who never patched in one. Who never proposed a church Ciir to her t v o church a new carpet. Who never founded a new soot. Who frequented public bounce and drauk Vine with sumera. Who never received a salary. Who never asked tor oue. Who never wore a black suit or white •erktia. Who nsed a prayer book. Or a hymn book. Or wrote h scrmoiv. Who never hired a cornet soloist or \h .• inist to draw people to hear the WonL Who never advertised his senaous. Who never took a text tor his sermons Who never went through a c *ursc of Ideological study. Who never was onlained. Who was never even “converted."* '"ho never went to r conference. Who never was surp iaetl by a doin'tioc party. Who was Ik ? How Irish Peasants Live. Th. dens, misnamed cots, in which the peasantry of Galway and Mayo ix>uctiia • live are merely stouo shelter.; owing to ‘ th* mtum iguorance of the people they are not provided with any facilities lor drainage, and are often incomparably filthy. The doors are of hard ntud it is rare to than one room m a hut. snd only one story. Beds and bedding are luxuries which the poorer tenant* do not possess; old heaps of hav and straw are the couches on which the lovely, brown-eyed, large browed maidens ot Connaught repose The smoke from a peat tire m a common pennant** cabin spreads through the room, and you narrowly escape strangulation oa your first visit. I have hail this experience in Herzegovina. and consequently minded the smoke but little. How family decency is maintained in these dens is a mystery, and how Che people manage to keep clean —tor they look clean —is a parole. The pigs run in and out of the doors—and such wretched pigs! A North Carolina wild hog would be an aristocrat beside them ! In dowens of these cabins sick people are to be found—sick people dependent either on the charity of their neighbors or on friends in America, who send them small sums. A gentleman in Galway told me that the •gents oflandlords*rratod the poorer tenant ry as if they were animals. He instanced the case of one agent who. on rent day. when any tenant was shoe: a half crown ia his payment, would knock the money off the table on to the floor, so as to humiliate the tenant before his fellows. Vp to a recent date even the better class of tenants « would not have dam! to resent such be h*\ ior ; they were ready to fawn before the man who insulted them. Now the tables are turned, and the agent sneaks in and out among the people, taking 23 per cent, less than the usual rental, if indeed begets anything at all. and is glad to get away again out at* the farming district with his head still on his shoulders.—Aliintni Kite's Icftxrjnrm 0'o.Vwy. Remarks on the Mule The mule Is a the rrar ones Wisc steam boukr exjEos k*as m He Las also a pair o i loop larger thus as eciuxaut's valise, u.! he aa execute the most fatal lore-tapeof ur ani mate creature in all crcnuod and part or Near Jorsv The idea at' was taken from the kick at*the mule. a! on protw.tT has been expressed upon him :har would. if judiciously distributed. stock: up all the tkokpal mainanes m the land. The male is extremely* maskaJ. and. Ilk all ftraad musical la-traraests. is composed BhSJir of stops; and as a stoppist he is z KKten. In this respect he is like the djy laborer. Neither can as fas: as an ex* pr«e tram or a raise rumor. be: they can Hop 137 decrees quicker by actual count. 1 remember once beinc la the coantzy. It eras in the season when the small boy wa* hetne t;ed up into a hard knot hr the drat poaches of the season, which consisted of a piece of boekskin wrapped axe-und a piece of eobMe-srose. The rl wvrs were la - loom and the country srtraia was ocn-u; home from pkaiffl w;th a huckleberry p;e war-map ujv'a the ant of kts pas a I*; w~-*s at thss time. thee, that I r while rtyct :nc all the caaoforrs and soc.l-eaua-.y beauties of pastoral life, to s«.>e the mule upon his native heath. I found him quietly dorist: as though at hi* own £rr>:de. sur rvvsaded by h« i—dint friends and rcia ti«a His mind was tilled w-.ih peace and his hide with splinters—from numerous Hub* that had been used to f ails him with. He was maniac #m with a r.rta » seres, ty. I wasted to bear him warble. So. after I had cssi up a spsaie oc him, be •oddes'y sacked tnto his lanes all the air la the three sdiocn.nc coast cs. sad then taad a specimen number of has bears that was eo*-*2h to Hll a scortcace ftvvn a :*> tboescs . acre farm, or five a mummy th • nale.peu I have board SUsm if fliW a board the npera of “Fra by a Cbartaw Icass baad. and “klcsy O Mace' oa ibas-1.-.rt by a asech i«s pc*.n.*r. be: this cwtheßcet astruad saassnal aatuxe 1 ever had a free puss to is all ay li&». Every Me was ired forth in a fo.i chase. ial the sound ~ as easnek to make a Ban's sptr.s p> dew a like the poc* of Lraea punts ms January I jsjyd until that asuV had brayed i.'ea mil ►race and retired a bcßuaon*, sal the* I kfh a sad .for bet a doasrc mn-iurs-a /;-**» St* i .v-ei f«T(o.*iflrwQ. rasce for pgvnter* . for pitrs.na#—the ksnee-ees for Ihtciswt—the llervsaa: foe bcewers — •ho hep w-ilTr; for iatkri *r. r s—a reel; foe iwdres —the court mart . for farmers— * hirfovt: we «wkm-s : fee sees: *aa*iiecx*vrs —meum* musk. fo carpenters* -a plnae wains . foe gnoses at Mount U idir c-i i.-chlaui: ±usc; fo« -wilk twi the cas-eau : foe keoesacn—a Oikp-ak: foe »«&s pktyers—the ac.re: foeehirvcvd.sis-the schc<*isoV fora dress Mbs—acre peas: foe a desj^awr*-ii* Santa Fe X_. 1x222 tiex* ■^a.27cX, XORTII OF RAILROAD, W. L. MOREHOrSR, Propne'or. iam a?, :::; E. W. FI LLER. DEAIAE IS Canon Coif. All coal Delivered. Lamar, Colorado. 1 SS J. II BoKDUts, A. V. Scott, Pres't. 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