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  2. A Strange Reptile

    There are in the world many lakes and inland seas, each having water peculiar to itself. Most noted of these is the Dead Sea, whose surface is 1,300ft. below that of ...

    Article : 751 words

    Will be commenced in this journal, next week, a NEW NOVEL by MRS. HOTTGERFORD, the authoress of " MOLLY BAWN" and several other works ...

    Article : 86 words
  4. Poetry.

    My soul drinks in its future life, like some green forest thrice cut down, Whose shoots defy the axeman's strife, And skyward spreads a greener crown, ...

    Article : 319 words
  5. Character in Horses.

    Horses faces are as full of character as are men's faces. It is easier, perhaps, to read a horse's character in its face than it is to sum up the hidden traits of a man or woman by ...

    Article : 634 words
  6. The Naturalist.

    A veritable curiosity has been captured in Africa. It is an elephant larger than the late lanvented Jumbo, pea green in color, trunklees, and has tusks that branch out ...

    Article : 52 words
  7. Arctic Bears

    The day was an eventful one for us, for we had been anchored to the floe only a few hours when the most exciting hunt of the expedition occurred. We were in the deck ...

    Article : 429 words

    We looked at each other in amazement. If a[?]ske when the crime was committed, this girl may possess its secret. Ah! she may have admitted the assassin to the house. ...

    Article : 1,844 words
  9. A Little Garden in Japan.

    The following is from John La Faroe's ' Letter from Japan,' in the Century: 'You have heard of the little gardens, and of their exquisite details, in which the Japanese ...

    Article : 1,041 words
  10. The Italian Peasant

    I have been away from this room less than an hour, go I recall the location of the chair and table vividly. There is the chair, exactly where I sat. The coals in the grate are now ...

    Article : 1,132 words
  11. The Traveller.

    On our match I had an opportunity of observing' a family of Bodouins moving with, all their property, houses included, towards Killaloo in search of water. Seven camels ...

    Article : 264 words
  12. A Dying Bear

    Thomas W. Boswell, one of the crew of the schooner Marguerite, which left Seattle, was one of the passengers on the steamer Al-ki from Ocualaska. Boswell was on his way to ...

    Article : 738 words
  13. Farm and Garden.

    To make white roses blue, water the trees throughout the winter with a solution of Prussian blue, and if you want them to be green use sulphate of copper. ...

    Article : 76 words
  14. A Farmer's Note Book.

    Procure a blank book about six by eight inches, well bound and containing not less than three hundred pages. Page the book if it. was not done by the maker. Select the ...

    Article : 792 words
  15. Pruning Raspberries.

    The average farmer, after he has been persuaded to provide his family with some berries, is too apt to look upon berry growing as merely setting oot some plants by the ...

    Article : 342 words
  16. To Seek the North Pole.

    As misconception prevails and erroneous statements are being circulated with reference to Dr. Nausen's proposed Arctic expedition, it may be advisable to give the facts as to ...

    Article : 248 words
  17. A Tonic for Fruit Trees.

    About two years ago Professor Sachs of Wurtzburk, published a snail pamphlet on the treatment of chlorotic garden plants and trees, in which he urged the use of copperas ...

    Article : 408 words
  18. Paris Fifty Years Ago.

    Paris has become a new city within the last fifty years. It is now the most beautiful city in the world and the most attractive. It has always been attractive, but it abounded ...

    Article : 540 words



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