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WILL FLY TO EUROPE.
AN AERONAUT CLAIMS TO HAVE
SOLVED THE PROBLEM.
riio Trlnl Trip or a Stnnll Hnlloon
lo Sliov How V.noy It In for Wln.l
unU Hot Air to I'll rulf ! u CoimI
51 o lor I'owrr.
I' AKEU CITY gen
ius is not generally
credited with ef
forts in the right
direction of rapid
transit, but Inven
tor Charles 1'. Fest
has just completed
a mosteurious ma
chine at his home
in tierinantown. u
suburb of Phila
delphia. It is a
eross between a
balloon and air
ship, f-avs the New
York I ress, mid
from it the owner expects to realize
fame and fortune. To-day or t morrow
.Mr. Kest expects to start on a oyage
of thirty-six hours in wnat he says is
his experimental airship, and upon the
success of this first venture will depend
the rise or fall of his hopes.
For ovtr fourteen years Inventor
Kest has been experimenting with all
kinds of airships, and in that time he
has expended several thousands of dol
lars. He says, and friends who have
watched his progress bear him out in
the statement, that he lias at last suc
ceeded in rigging a machine that will
go to the clouds and remain there
long enough to be wafted thou
sands of miles by an ordinary
wind. The chief characteristic of Mr.
Vest's invent on is what he terms the
hot-air principle, and he believes helms
at last solved the great problem of
aerial navigation. He objects to the
gas balloon on a-count of the limited
lime it can be kept in suspension, this
being due to the loss of gas. This
ditliculty. it is claimed, does not occur
when the hot-air method is made ue of.
While the trouble caused by the loss
of gas can be overcome by the new
t-cheme, there are others which the
(iermantown man claims to have done
away with. After much haru work he
has constructed an air heater which
seoms to the ordinary man of intelli
gence to be a very pratcical idea. This
thing is the outgn.wth of
Mr. Fest's own brain. nothing
like it ever having been
used before. The heater is light,
strong and lireproof. and with three
gallons of gasoline it is expected to
keep the aerial navigator in midair
about forty-eight hours. This much
at li'ast, he expects his ship to do ana
he thinks that in the iour.se of another
year it ii n be brought to such a state
of perfect. on that one of the balloons
can be kept in the clouds four or live
The trial tr' is 10 be made with a
t-pherical btlh on Tl'-j feet in diameter,
with a cubi.al volume of V4") feet.
These dimensions, with a difference of
temperature between ISO degrees in
fcide and 70 degrees outside, will enable
the balloon to lift l.'iO pounds. To this
air bag is attached the heater, which
very much re.sembles an elongated
frtove pipe and extends upward through
the balloon almost to its equator and
projecting several feet below the bas
ket. The whole thing is very simple with
the exception of the interior of the
pipe. All the peculiar mechanism of
the fireplace is contained in the queer
looking pipe, anil this is the part which
the inventor refuses to allow tho pub
lic to examine. To feed the pipe gaso
line is carried from a convenient tank
throng l very small pipes. It burns
quietly and without danger of fire or
explosion. This was the most dillicult
obstacle .Mr. Fest had to overcome.
.Should this experiment prove satis
factory Fest will certainly have a raon
bter ship t sail across the waters to
Furope. This, he says, is what he is
living for, and when that is accom
plished he will be satisfied. What he
wants to do is to effect rapid
A Lifter, or hot air bag.
11 Rectangular tank holding the
C l'ipe containing the mysterious
mechanism which generates the hot
1) Ituoy to drop off in case the bal
loon should fall into water.
15 Posts-1 cards which are to drop off
nt regular intervals and by wh.ch the
balloou is to be traced.
transit between America and Eur
ope. Ho claims to navo na
ton to believe that there is a con
htant air current blowing eastward
that will M-'nd his balloon rapidly
across tho Atlantic ocean. He figures
that this current of air will send his
balloon to the old world in lets than
two days, or at a t.peed of more than a
mile a minute. Tho existence of those
currents has been 6howu many times
bv tho experience of aerial naviga
tors. He reckons that this broezo
xf l carry as largo a ship as ho can
build across tho Atlantic in three days
at theouUldo, and thus work a grand
revolution In tho travel between the
two contiuents. Tho only ditliculty hi
huch a bchomo us this U in getting a
inuchinoto remuln for that length of
time In tho air. ThU oUtacie he
tilulms to have overcome by tho lue of
hotuir, und ouiibequontly there wll be
iio yu to roupo and bend the truvelers
cmftfrtttcU to tUU couutr in j fCQ. T Us
following year he enlisted in the union
army. After his honorable discharge
in 1?0J he began business in the city of
New York as, an engraver of pearl "and
ivory, in lST'i he remoed to Philadel
phia, where he is now conducting the
Kime business on a very successful
t-cale on Lena street, tierinantown.
'1 he ship which is to be sent up on
the experimental trip will not carry
any pas-engers, but I y the aid of the
postal cards drc pped out automatically
every hour, and a lloating Hag buoy
its exact movements may be traced,
thus determining the question as to
whether it will cros the Atlantic, and
also as to how long ,t will stav in the
Minnie .lliiiillcst uilons I)) Jokcpliluo
Lord ol' Low ell. ,1lu.
The committee on investigation of
the American I'r-yciial society, formed
to test modern spiritualism and promi
nent on wliose roll of membership are
the Lev. Dr. Heber .Newton of New
N ork and the Uev. Dr. Minot Savage
of Huston, has finished a series of three
sean.-i s with .Miss Josephine Lord of
Lowell, Miiss. Hie is young, lives
with her father and mother,
has never known anything of
spiritualism. and until recently
lias been a member and a constant at
tendant ot the l irst lfautist Church.
About two years ago her favorite
brother was taken ill. A woman friend
who was called foretold his immediate
death, which, proving correct, im
pressed Miss Lord and her family very
much. Heartbroken, they sought, like
many others, consolation in spiritual
ism, and thus began the nicdiuiin.stic
career of Miss Lord.
The phenomena produced by Miss
Lord are of a peculiar character, occur
ring for the most part in the light.
She apparently lias command of the
occult powers, the unseen force obey
ing her directions. At the first seance,
held tinder the direction of the I!ev. T.
Lrncst Allen of Providence, It. L, sec
retary of the American Psychical
society, with six others present, three
canes, one of wood, another of
glass, and another of steel, were made
to stand ui on the lloor for five min
utes in a vertical position. At a com
mand from .Miss Lord the canes moved
in any direction uidi.-ated, but they
would not respond to a request made
by any other person in the room. She
then took one of the sticks in tier hand,
and. although apparently holding it
lightly between her lingers, no person
present was able to take it from her.
This phenomenon is something after
the Lulu Hurst order.
The second seance was reenforcedby
IJ. (). Flower ot Hoston, editor of tho
Arena, Mr. Flower, and A r. (larland,
all being members of the society. On
this occasion the manifestations were
far more varied and striking in cliarac
te . Sitti g in the dim light around
the table, shado y forms were seen
pliii ly moving here and there, b. tid
ing over and breathing some word of
comfort i.. a whisncr, th.ii so ming to
JOSKI'lII Ni: LORD.
ris l.i the nl to be lost in th
deepening ehadows. There stood at a
little distance from the table a largo
rocking chair, which all tit once began
to rock. (Jradually it slid nearer to
the table and pushed itself in betwen
two of the persons sitting there. Then
it stopped for a moment and slowly
rose a few inches from the lloor, fall
ing back again with a loud thud al
most instantly. It rose somewhat
higher a second time, returning quick
ly to the floor uxmiti. Making a third
attempt, as thong'' moved by some .su
perhuman fori e, it lifted Itself squarely
on the top of the table and began rock
A murmur of surprise went through
the room. Aftera little delay Mr. Flow
er declared himself wonder-struck,
and suggested that the chair be re
turned to the Hour, saying as he did so:
"Could any one sit in the chair, I won
der, anil if so, could both be lifted'.1''
instantly three loud raps were heard,
which in spookdom is the signal for
'yes." Having thus gained the con
sent of the unseen agents, Mrs. Flow
er, with much trepidation, seated her
self in the chair, the company meantime
all joining in singing a familiar hymn.
This had continued for a few moments
only when the chair, despite all of Mrs.
Flower's ell'orts to prevent it, began
slowly to rock lackward and for
ward. In vain did the occupant place
her feet upon the lloor and protest that
the chair shou d not, could not, dare
not move. It continued just the same,
gaining gjrulunlly in force and velo
city. i.very eye was fixed upou tho chair
ami its occupant, which were both
plainly visible in the semi-twilight, and
an exclamation of fear arose as tho
chair was lifted with its occupant fully
ten inches from the lloor and then
sunk back again, just as it had done in
tho first instance.
"Are yon afraid?" asked sev
eral persons of Mrs. Flower.
They suw she looked somewhat pule.
"X-n o, not very," wus tho answer
Tho lust word hud left her lips, when
as though with one iiilirhty effort tho
chair and Its oeeu pant were both placed
on tho center of tho table in the pres
- ' Yi
ence oi uio Uhionihiiuii uuuiimuy.
Yabkley Timinnns has rather out
you out with MUn llttpluy, has ho not'
Mudge-tiuwMi he hu. I'll get even
with hiuii thuutjh, uml don't you
Mini Ifo I owe hlu) fi'O, I'll never
IX A m STOCK YARD.
WHERE THC'Z IS LOTS OF FUN
AS WElL AS BUSINESS.
rinylnc tlic Wllil Strer Jokr A Lcrnion
In Yclllnsr Tniiiffrrlni; Stuck from One
Pen to Another Hospital for Injured
' There's lots of fun ns well ns business nbout
' a stock ynrd. The old hands, tho buyers nnd
commission men, and also tho stockmen who
I come often enough to lonrn tho rojes, enjoy
nothing better than a joke on n green visitor,
, ono with kid gloves ami boots with a patent
1 leather shine preferred, but tho verdant, with
lliitiuel shirt and collar and his pantaloons in
his boot tojis, if he Iwtlieonly object athniul.
The jokes take various forms, often there nro
now ones, but there is a standard joke, tho
, use of which is always indorsed. Tho victim
is walking down ono of tho largo passage
ways through which tho cattlo nro driven
from jen to pen, or to tho scalo house, look
ing from side to side to stvu which way ho
will turn or through which gateway ho will
pass to eoino out where ho wants to. Sud
denly there is a loud cry:
"Clear tho way I Herecomesa wild steer 1"
' Funny? Yes, very, for tho spectators. Tho
cry litis been given by son.e ono who is "on,"
; away at tho other end of tho postage, and is
! taken up by tho crowd scattered along tho
alley. They all know what it is, and though
the grcenio may bo a friend or customer, they
as readily join in tho cry and sport Tho
poor victim does not know what it is. Ho
has proUibly seen, or may bo experienced,
, what it is to bo tossed by n wild steer, nnd as
soon as ho hears tho dread cry ho legius to
mnko way, and makes it very rapidly. Ho
, plunges ahead by as long strides as possible,
nnd ho is lucky if ho does not go head first
1 into tho mud.
i Tho most interesting thing nbout n stock
! yard is tho yell. Tho rich buyer or cotninis
( sion man, as well as tho salaried ngent or
I speculator, knows it or rather them, for tho
yell is as numerous almost as tho people in
I tho yards. Tho farmer and small stock
grower knows tho "whoopeo" or "whoa-ea-oa-oner"
and "sukio" used on tho rango or
farm yard, but when it conies to the combi
nations of letters and sounds used hero they
tiro as much ut sea as ono of tho gentlemen
using them would bo in attempting to con
voy an intelligent idea of them on paper.
Tho most familiar sound to tho countryman
is a long ono something liko this:
"Wha-whoai-oa-oa-oai-woap'erol" nnd re
peated as rapidly as jKXssible, with occasional
variations te they suggest themselves.
This is not an exact reproduction, but it is
something near it, and if tho student pa
tiently twists his vocal organs until ho finds
tho right contortion ho may produco tho i
I sound. If ho anticipates going into tho busi- '
ness, tho "may" will bo changed to "intibt," j
for this driving sound seems to bo tho liegin- i
i ning point of nil tho ono taught in tho prl- I
j mary department. A yell following it seems '
I easier, but it is not. It runs:
nud carried out without limit, until its ob
I ject is accomplished.
I This yell may bo inado very musical, and
j then it becomes something moro than a yelL
i Thoso who are perfect in it run tho scalo up
i nnd down, centerwiso nnd every other wiso,
i and a professor of music could better then
I express it in notes than any ono else could
represent it in letters,
i There's another sound which sounds liko
I an auctioneer repenting "going goingong" so
rapidly that it soon becomes a sound with
j something liko n "g" as tho first letter and ho
I winds up with an abrupt "gouo to John
I Smith," who has almost forgotten that ho
Another musical spur to tho llvo stock's
movements is built on tho plan of Joo Em
niett's wnrble, which every body who thinks
he's an Kinmett tries to imitate. This is bo
coming slightly populor, but its commercial
value in its etrect on tho cattlo has not yet
been definitely determined. These, with
many moro yells, aro all toltl in tho sales kjiis
and scalo yards. In tho unloading and ship
ping yards another stylo prevails, something
not so sharp. Variety is tho rule there, too,
but as in tho first cuso there is a common
approved yell which may bo attempted after
a fow lessons. To produco it tho lips must
bo fixed just so. Then conies:
In producing tho lost part of this sound tho
student will profit :td progress moro rapidly
in this work if ho carefully studies tho jxjcu
linrities of tho heavy villain's htago laugh in
n second class variety show. Ho will soon
discover tho jieculiarities which ho may use,
and will then havo httlo difllculty in sand
wiching it properly between some other
sounds. The Inst lessons mast Imj taken with
tho nid of nn eight foot jiolo, weighing about
twenty pounds, with which tho btudent will
prodi btig of sand, if nothing moro con
venient answers, giving moro emphasis with
each prod. After a couple of dozen prods tho
voice will have toned down until tho last
sound is liko tho ending of tho despairing cry
of nn emotional actress.
So far ns tho Stock Ynrds compnny Is con
cerned, it takes a fow risks in its responsibili
ties. It stands good for tho stock from tho
timo thoy leavo tho car until they aro loaded
in again or nro driven nwny by tho buyer,
speculutor or butcher. As soon ns tho stock
is loaded into tho cn tho gate is closed and
locked mid tho ien watched. Tho market is
open from b to 'J o'clock, during which timo
tho gates ojiening into tho passageways aro
unlocked. Promptly at tJ o'clock tho gates
aro all again locked, and to get anything out
of u pen it would bo necessary to lift it over,
a rather dillicult matter. Under this ar
rangement such u thing as transferring stock
from ono eii to nuother, taking out u choice
nnimul nnd substituting an inferior ono, Is
imiKissiblo, Tho stock is counUxl Into tho
pen, then into tho scalo house, nnd then out
ugnin, and that reslnpiiod counted again hito
tho cars. K very car and every bunch is kept
Hub few cattlo or other animals nro Injured
in tho yards, but for the benefit of thoso fall
ing victims to overcrowding or rough trav
eling, hospitals aro provided in each division.
To these oil injured animals are taken,
though first wlil to fcjeculutors. In tho hos
pitals the animuls are giveu dry, sheltered
places to bleep, nud good food to eat, and
water to drink. They become the care of
tho speculators theu, nnd tho profits of tho
latter dijnd uon their kill as veterinari
ans. An animal with a broken leg Is never
taken to the hcmplUd; there must bo some
show for Its getting oh Its feet, and If it don't
do this in a week or ten days the job is given
upas a 1;m1 ono and the dnluud shot. A
broken rib Is tho ordinary injury, If the ani
mal Is not m bruised und crumped that It can
ktund oil Its feoL If it can't rest with 1U
fort-feet under It and held up IU huod, In
which position cattlo iwt Utter, It Is ru
gttidul us in u liud tlx, ami IU hood Is tied
from either tide m tlwt It can't fall down.
In exceptional iuxm a pillow of bay U pro.
vldtxi, Mire it'ii thut the animal has Uu
jmrchw"! for u mug, awl, If wved, will jiy
u bltf prUlLUlubo-l)umucrat,
Uarlon JUrhwid myi tUt lU towtog
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H. T. HUDSON,
93 Flrit Htreet, l'urtlnntl, Or.,
ARMS, REVOLVERS & SPORTSMEN'S GOODS.
Bend for now llluttrated cauJoguo.
Best in tiieWoridinnr i nr
Get the GeniiinelllKh
Sold Everywhere! WliLnllLi
ORECON STATE FAIR
COMMENCES SEPTEMBER 14. 1091,
Sear Salem. Mure unit larger premiums ollereil
this ji'iir fur exhibits of stork, agricultural prod
ucts, fruits, Mowers, minerals, meehiiules, works
of art and fancy work. Splendid racing each
day The I'avlllon, lighted by electricity, will
ho open four nights und a baiiil concert etich
night. Iteiliiced rates on all tritusixirtattou lines.
Send toJ.T (iltKMi, Secretary, l'ortlnml, for n
UAV EEUEQ CURED 10 STAY cured.
nil I rt til Wc want the nnmnand ad
drcssnf every sulTcrer in the
0. ACTUM A U. S, and Canada. Address,
Qt HO I FIIIIH P.niroldBiJ.a.M.D.Duffilo.Il.T.
And " llcst."
Dealer Does Not Garry Then.
PARRY CARTS AND ROAD WAGONS,
Boat and Cheapest In the World.
Cuts, SIS Up. Wigus. 150 Up.
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