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The magnet of Mr Dows desire had been drawn thitherward by the reputed existence of a walled city inhabited by a white race of great beauty He considered the report sufficiently well authenticated to warrant the adventure of his life for its discovery and relief from the constant siege to which it had been subjected by the savage tribes from time beyond date His chief authority which had incited him to engage 4in the emprise was his Auraucanian servant who had in his wanderings and progress northward served in an Indian marauding expedition which invaded the valley of the city for the purpose of lifting the cattle of the inhabitants who were in seasons of drought obliged to protect them while feeding beyond the walls As Indian forays were expected the herds were well guarded by shepherd escorts whose persons were safely protected with defensive armor so that with the exception of the face the other parts of the body were proof to the poisoned arrows In addition they were armed with a bow which in their practiced s sent the arrow sure to its mark far beyond the range of their savage foes weapons so that in the open valley they were safe Besides their tactics embraced so many precautionary variations that the Indians were almost invariably decoyed and blinded from real intention These feints caused the savages to become over wary never venturing an attack unless with the advantage of overwhelming numbers The party with which Aabrawa Mr Dows servant was engaged met wiOriginal llave boyu efu-35,boyu uvc sterilamph a severe repulse that indisposed them to renew the attempt notwithstanding an opportunity was offered on the succeeding day So well managed were the citizens plans of protection that they rarely lost either men or cattle and without being aggressive frequently administered well med punishment upon their foes who were inspired with wholesome fear from a superiority so manifest in deadly effect Unable to cope with their white antagonists in the open field they with constant wariness peculiar to the savage neglected no opportunity to harass hoping at some time with constant worrying to catch them off their guard The cause of this implacable hatred was hereditary reaching as Aabrawa learned far back to a time when the forefathers of the citizens abused their supremacy by enslaving their Indian benefactors The Indians having surprised and overcome their oppressors 5a remnant of the whites obtained refuge Original llave boyu efu-35,boyu uvc sterilampn the present city which had since been kept under constant espial As the city was overlooked from an adjacent height but little passed in the streets unknown to the besiegers who were quick to discover any relaxation of vigilance and whenever from pestilence or other cause it did occur couriers were dispatched to summon aid from distant tribes

Curiosity and love of exciting adventure had enlisted the members of the corps in favor of aiding Mr Dows projected enterprise and through their continued solicitation M Hollydorf consented to waive the strict interpretation of his commission designating a particular field of operation by using his discretionary power in favor of the proposeOriginal llave boyu efu-35,boyu uvc sterilamp scheme for raising the siege of the beleaguered city Captain Greenwood without hesitation tendered the aid of his steamer and being one of those peculiar persons who are accustomed to take the head of time by the forelock he immediately commenced the precautionary labors to protect his vessel from the wily tricks of surprise practiced by the savages The commte of Santa Anna being well acquainted with the methods of attack that led to the defeat of the various expeditions directed against the Chacas proved of great use in sesting precautions The chief dread arose from the poisoned arrows of the savages which inflicted incurable wounds adding to death the horrors of lingering putrefaction The fears cipated from this source were relieved by the confidence inspired through the enOriginal llave boyu efu-35,boyu uvc sterilamprgetic character of the captain whose experience with the superior cunning of the North American Indians prepared him to cope with the lower instincts of their southern congeners

On the morning of the 23d of May the Tortugas bow was turned against the swift middle current of the Pilcomayos bayou expanse then at its height 6from the copious contributions of the rainy season in the high lands and mountain sources of its tributaries Night still found us in the broad sea of waters baffled in search of the interior mouth which was made more difficult from the confluent branches uniting with it near its Paraguayan embouchure The commte cipating the difficulty likely to be encountered had been particular in giving directions but although strictly followed from a calculation of the steamers speed twice the distance had been run without discovering the described landmarks Uncertainty was rendered still more uncomfortable by the shallowing of the water showing plainly that we were inland from the rivers channel At midnight while anchored a hurricane heralded by a thunderstorm made the waters seethe with its force causing our little craft to careen and bob with a politeness to the gusts that impaired our confidence in its self reliance Padre Simon declared that the lightning set his teeth on edge prompting him from its dazing flashes to pray but that the thunder so startled and confused him that he was unable to think and as a dernier ressort was obliged to drink This remedy finally rendered him proof to the best efforts of Jupiter Tonans but on waking in the morning he complained that he could still hear the roll of the thunder in his head

On the morning of the 24th the sun rose bright and clear in a cloudless sky compensating with its splendor the discomforts of the night its reflected light glancing upon the waters discovered far to the south a broad ripple indicating the soughtfor channel The rivers stream was soon gained and followed in a southwesterly course until the rivers limits were defined by partially submerged trees growing upon its banks Having at Santa Anna filled every available portion of the vessel with fuel sufficient for a run of four days the boat was enabled to keep on her course 7under a full head of steam without anxiety from the dull prospect offered for replenishing

May 25th at sunrise after a good nights run we discovered a headland above the surface of the water covered with firescathed trees from which the captain for a surety concluded to add to his diminished supply of fuel The labor of taking in wood from this source was by no means pleasant but the sailors with goodwill made the virtue of necessity cheerful with songs and jokes the passengers suitably clothed contributing with the zest of energy their labor for its stowage so that by eight oclock we were again under way With the exception of this wooded bluff nothing but sky water and foliage had met our eyes since leaving Santa Anna the monotonous compound making us well content with cabin associations

On the 28th at sunrise our ears were gladdened with the cry of Land ho Rushing on deck with the expectation of a greeting from well defined banks we were disappointed as the contrasted elements of the previous day still prevailed Seeing that we were a little inclined to be vexed at what we considered to be an illtimed joke the man at the wheel an old river navigator pointed to a mud bank that closed our view with the bend of the river at the same time directing our attention to the eddy cast from it far out toward a line of trees on the opposite shore From these indications he assured us that in a half hours time we should hear the songs of birds to make us lively Doubling the muddy cape we were greeted with the screams of parrots while other birds of gay plumage were crossing and recrossing the river singly and in flocks causing in apparent salutation a lively line of demarcation between the land enclosed current and the smooth waters of the flood below The welcome sight raised our spirits into a sympathetic mood of song which was unfortunately too nearly allied to the screaming discord of the parrots to evoke other 8than a mirthful disposition for repartee which expended itself in humorous comparisons favoring the advent of genial omens

Mr Welson a prominent official of the Panama Railroad Company had accepted the freedom proffered by the steamship lines plying between the maritime cities of the eastern coast of South America for his recuperative vacation of three months and on his arrival in Montevideo had been induced by Captain Greenwood to extend his voyage up the river

A Scotsman by birth he possessed in an eminent degree the predilection of his people for dry caustic humor and in his position of commercial agent had cultivated the art of extracting fun from the vagaries of migrating humanity in their transit across the isthmus Scientific whimsies were especially adapted to his quizzical vein and a happier combination of material could scarcely have been conjured for his entertainment than he found on board of the Tortuga Padre Simon was his especial favo as a stimulating provocative Won by his nave simplicity he had soon interested himself to learn the object of his river voyage with the intention of rendering him assistance Greatly to his surprise the padre informed him that he had no other expectations in visiting Entre Rios than the chance one of hitting an opportunity to make a strike Amused with his vernacular and the easy carelessness of his manner which seemed to defy disappointment he was delighted to discover his growing fondness for polemical disputations which was gratified by a kindred disposition cultivated by Dr Bahar the naturalist of the corps On the steamers arrival at Entre Rios the port of his destination the padres thoughts were absorbed in the dogmatic discussion of the souls material identity with the body after the resurrection so that he gave no heed to the frequent repetition of the name of the town Aware of his total abstraction from all 9thoughts and anxieties connected with the business responsibilities of life necessary for material sustenance Mr Welson connived with the doctor to hold him in argument until after the steamers departure well assured that no material harm could arise from the derangement of plans so lightly impressed as to give place to chimerical argument For a characteristic illustration of the disputants peculiarities we will give the burden of their colloquial subjects of exposition

Padre My conscience sake alive man Why you might as well set us down as beasts at once as to argue that in resurrection we shall assume the form of animals whose habits we most affect in life Surely your naturalistic learning has run mad with your orthodox catholic ideas for upon my soul they are rank with transmigration and if confessed you would be denied absolution by every ecclesiastic in the Christian world Look you the very fact if admitted would controvert all that we hold sacred Why man it would render absurd our reliquary faith in the efficacy of sainted bones and vestments for healing the sick and lame for the marrowbones of swine and the hair of dogs would hardly serve to enlist belief in the Christian doctrine of divine transubstation

Dr B As we claim that reason has been bestowed as an endowment to distinguish us in reality from the brute creation its possession presupposes preordination of intention in decree for its use Now if you will devote your share of this human endowment to the demonstration I am about to give of cause and effect you will not fail to perceive the distinctions upon which our faith is founded Humanity possesses omnivorously in its varieties of genera and species all the habits of the lower orders of the animal creation in their separate representation But superadded to this resemblance in the community of instinct man has a 10discretionary power inherent with his endo
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