Heated Face Mask tain ridge. The remainder of that night was spent upon its summit but as this proved of considerable breadth, and was covered with a thick growth heated face mask of jungle trees, it was near sunset the next day before they arrived at the edge of its eastern declivity, and obtained a view of the country beyond. The sun was descending behind the crest of another mountain ridge, apparently parallel with that upon which they were, and not less than twenty miles distant from it. Between the two extended a valley, or rather a level plain, thickly covered with forest, except where a sheet of water gleamed in the setting sun like a disc of liquid gold. Nor was the plain all level. Here and there, above the wooded surface, rose isolated hills, of rounded mound like shape, also clothed with timber, but with trees whose foliage, of lighter sheen, showed them to be of species different from those on the plain below. Through a break among the branches of those now shadowing them on the mountain brow, the travellers for some time contemplated the country before them, and across which, upon the morrow, they would have to make their demon face mask way. At this moment Saloo muttered some words, which, coupled with the expression upon his countenance as he gave utterance to them, alarmed his companions. The words were, It lookee like countly of mias lombi. Cappen Ledwad, if dat wild debbel lib in dem wood below, bettel we go all lound. We tly closs it, may be we get eat up. Singapo tiga not so dang lous as mias he not common kind, but gleat mias lombi what Poltugee people callee led golilla. The red gorilla ejaculated Captain Redwood. Is it the ourang outang you mean Same ting, Sahib cappen. Some call him oolang ootang, some say led golilla. One kind belly big belly bad he call mias lombi. He cally away women, childen take em up into top ob de highest tallee tlee. Nobody know what he do then. Eat em up may be. What fol else he want em Ah Cappen Ledwad, we dlead de oolang Dyak. He no half dang lous like oolang ootang led golilla. Notwithstanding the patois of his speech, what Saloo said was well enough understood by his companions, for in the led golilla or oolang ootang of his peculiar pronunciation, they recognised the long known and world renowned ape of Borneo, which, although safe enough when seen inside the cage of the showman, is a creature to be dreaded at least the species spoken of when encountered in its native haunts, the forests of Sumatra and Borneo. Chapter Twenty Three. Tough Travelling. Next morning they did not start so early, because the great plain before them was shrouded under a fog, and they wait. $a=str_split($txt1,$txtlenth);
ill have only that she is an old one, and has a walking beam, replied Christy. That is rather indefinite, midshipman, added Paul, with a smile. You can t always tell what a steamer is by looking at her, especially in the night and a walking beam is not a novelty on a steamer upon this river. You may send that shot through the wrong vessel and if you should happen to kill a dozen or two of loyal citizens of the State of New York, they might be mean enough 89 to hang you, or send you to the State prison for life for it. It won t do to fire off a shotted gun like that baby heated face mask without knowing pretty well what you are shooting at. That is a long argument, Paul and I have not the remotest idea of doing any such thing as you describe. I am going to know what we are firing at before we pull the lock heated face mask string, replied Christy, rather impatiently. But we have no time to dig up mare s nests. We will get up the ammunition and load this gun then we will do the rest of the business. As ship keeper and a member of the engineer s department for the last year, Sampson knew where everything was to be found. With all the usual precautions, the magazine was opened, and ammunition enough for three charges was conveyed to the deck, Warping having been called in to assist in the work. The gun was carefully loaded under the direction of Christy, who had been fully instructed and drilled in the duty. It was pointed as nearly as practicable to the point in the channel which the hostile steamer must pass, though the aim was to be rectified at the last moment. Paul went to his stateroom and took off his 90 handsome uniform, replacing it with a suit of his working garments. Then he hastened to the engine, examined it, and satisfied himself that it was in good condition for the office which was soon to be required of it. He gave Sampson particular directions for his duty, and then went down the accommodation steps with the midshipman. What are you going to do next, Christy asked Paul, for the young naval officer had been too busy with his preparations to develop heated face mask his plan in full. We will go ashore first, and I will take the Florence to the boat house, replied Christy. The next thing to be done is to make a reconnoissance down the river. Why not go down in rite aid disposable mask the Florence suggested Paul. Because that would be too simple and innocent altogether, replied the middy and perhaps he felt some of the dignity of his new rank. I think we had better see without being seen, especially as Captain Carboneer has seen and sailed the sloop. I have no doubt he has a sharp, nautical eye, and that he will recognize her. He mig.him know where we are. The ripple of oars was presently heard, and a boat came out of the gloom, rowed by two soldiers, with an officer in the stern. It came heated face mask up to the forward gangway, and the person in the stern climbed on board. The boat did not wait for him, but pulled directly back to the island. I am glad to see you, Captain Westover, said Christy, as the officer came into the pilot house. 252 And I am equally glad to see you, lieutenant, replied the captain. You seem to have been successful in your undertaking Successful so far, and I think the worst of it heated face mask is over now. As soon as Beeks heard the name of Captain Westover, he understood all that had been dark before. Even the Chinese lingo must have been agreed upon. The army and the navy officer had been very busy in talking over something when they came in the boat from the Bellevite, and after they landed on the island. What they had been talking vaseline face mask about was plain enough now. Captain Westover had not much confidence in the expectations of the young naval officer when he expressed a hope that he might capture the Teaser but he had promised to render all the assistance in his power. He had agreed to be on the shore of the island if the Teaser presented herself, and thus assure the lieutenant of his position on the bay. He had done more than this, for he had brought out a couple of guns and a section of artillerists to beat off the guard boat if cpap machine it interfered with the operations of the navy. Christy had taken a course from the entrance peel off face masks of 253 the sound, half way between the island and Town Point, west southwest. He knew that the distance was about four miles but he could not know, except by sounding, when he came to the island, and he had bargained with the army officer to be on the lookout for him. Captain Westover had heard the noise of the Teaser, and had hailed her, thus assuring the lieutenant that his calculation had been correct, and that he was in the vicinity of Fort Pickens. I had no idea that you would accomplish anything, lieutenant, said Captain Westover. I found everything laid out just as I should have wished it to be, replied Christy. We had plenty of information that the steamer would run out the first favorable night and nothing could have been more favorable for blockade running than this fog and darkness. But nothing has been seen of this steamer from the fort. Where was she fitted out, Dave asked Christy, turning to the steward. Up by Emanuel Point, sir, about a mile above the town, replied Dave. Then heated face mask she has not shown herself in the lower bay. 254 The conversation was interrupted by the roll of.me so badly. I had heard of men in their sleep being attacked by the white ants, and bitten to death. Such memories came crowding upon me at the moment, until I felt certain, that if I did heated face mask not soon escape from that spot, the ants would sting me to death and eat me up Chapter Thirty Four. A helpless beast. What was to be done How was I to avoid both enemies If I leaped down, the wildebeest would kill me to a certainty. He was still there, with his fierce eye bent upon me continually. If I remained where I was, I would soon be covered with the swarming hideous insects, and eaten up like an old rag. Already I felt their terrible teeth. Those that had first crawled to my feet I had endeavoured to brush off but some had got upon my ankles, and were biting me through my thick woollen socks My clothes good korean face masks would be no protection. I had mounted to the highest part of the disposable medical eye masks cone, and was standing upon its apex. It was so sharp I could scarcely balance myself, but the painful stings of the insects caused me to dance upon it like a mountebank. But what signified those, that had already stung my ankles, to the numbers that were likely soon to pierce me with their venomous darts Already these were swarming up the last terrace. They would soon cover the apex of the cone upon which I was standing. They would crawl up my limbs in myriads they would I could reflect no longer on what they would do. I preferred taking my chance with the wildebeest. I would leap down. Perhaps some lucky accident might aid me. I would battle with the gnoo, using my gun. Perhaps I might succeed in escaping to some other hill. Perhaps I was actually on the spring to leap down, when a new thought came into my mind and I wondered I had been so silly as not to think of it before. What was to hinder me from keeping off the termites They had no wings the soldiers have none nor the workers neither, for that matter. They could not fly upon me. They could only crawl up the cone. With my jacket I could brush them back. Certainly I could why did I not think of it before I was not long in taking off my jacket. I laid aside my useless gun, dropping it upon one of the lower terraces. I caught the jacket by the collar and, using it as a duster, I cleared the sides of the cone in a few moments, having sent thousands of the termites tumbling headlong heated face mask below. Pshaw how simply the thing was done why had I not done it before It cost scarcely an effort to brush the myriads away, and a slight effort would keep them off as long as I pleased. The only annoyance I felt now was from the few that had got under my trousers, and that still con.
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