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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1891)
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A Now HstvttD physician who refused
to tuimitt an in-smut ease on the around
t"t b a previous engagement has
wea Bue(t f iu. .
A mm written by a Haytlan negro
has nm-.le its appearance in Parts nod
Is said to show considerable ability and
great originality. ,
The IJuhrsity of Pennsylvania Is
alxmt to establish a national school of
American history as one of the depart
ments oi the institution.
Jo Chandler Harris 'Uncle Remus,
now sixty vear of asm. is a great
poiestrian, and Is said to bare walked
tmrty-six muts in one a ay recently.
A young woman in Genesee Count v.
Mk-iuiTaa, who had obtniued 1,000 lu
a brvjich of promise suit, has reward
ed ar cine? witness oy marrying ntut.
The Poncho Springs in Colorado are
, at on me stuns oi a mountain nnu not
and cold water flows from the ground
in pl&wws not wore than three inches
,Viiam Winter has dedicate! his
.;vCncomiog book of verses, '"Gray
Lmys aim uoiwV to Augusun uaiy,
remembering a friendship of many
A fifteen-year-old boy has lust died
in Brooklyn of too rapid growth. At
the time of his death he was 6 feet 2
Inches tail but did not weigh 100
Bands Carpenter is a Port Huron
character, ninety years old. He sup
ports himself on" $80 a year and one of
Ins eccentricities is to chew tea as he
An Important gastronomic question
has arisen in Baltimore. Shall the sise
of the guests' mouths be taken into
consideration when raw oysters are
served tit dinner
A picture by Peter Neefa, an old
I hitch master, has been stolen from the
Ieiroit Art Museum. It represented
the interior of a Gothic church and was
valued at (16.000.
There is nothing which will squelch
an oil-fed tire In its incipiency more
quickly and effectually than saud and
there are no after-claps in the way of
water damage either.
A Scotch terrier is a reguler dead-
- head on the west shore Kail road, and
witt only ride on a first-class train. He
spends his whole time traveling and ra
well Kked by railroad men.
A Japanese has iu rented a flying
machine which it is claimed can be pro-
I celled at the rate of ten miles an hour,
t has six wings like those of a bird,
winch are mofed by a wheel.
Some thirsty people of Stenbenville,
Ohio, got into a saloonkeeper's eeller,
bored a hole through the ceiling into a
Iwirrel of whisky, took what they want
ed and allowed the rest to go to waste.
The negroes of Terrell County,
Georgia, are steadily increasing in
for which tbey have an especial liking.
.. 1 hsyjown some of the best farms in the
An Oregon man claims to have a
hea that Has established a nest in the
center of his flower garden, in the most
conspicuous part of his front yard and
deposits an egg regularly every day
Ia England in the seventeenth cen
tury, there was a renowned hangman,
named Derrick, who erected gibbets
and attended executions by hanging.
Hence a machine, with ropes for hoist
ing, took bis name.
Many explosions in flouring mills
are said to have been caused be elec
tricity generated bv belts. Even ordi
nary belts are found to generate suffi
ciently strong currents to perform the
common experiments for which electric
machines are need.
.A 1U l 1.-1 XT XT.,1
famous general, in the shape of a brass
bound rosewood jewel or toilet box. is
in the possession of a Lancaster drug
gist. Its history is said to have been
A parrot in Atlanta, Gt., devoured
in a little less than six weeks two
horses, two men, six dogs and a whole
forest of trees. In other words, he ate
a painting representing those objects.
nd. is now looking around for some
thing else to satisfy his artistic appe
tite. Curious persons may like to test the
accuracy of some observations by an
Austrian physician. He asserts that
persons stung by bees are exempt for
several months from the effects of
. further stinging, protection being
afforded in the same manner that
vaccination protects from small-pox.
use have queer origins. Nickel was
first obtained as a metal from Germany
over a century ago but the ore had
been previously known to the miners
as kopfernickel, or Old Nicks copper,
because, although it looked like copper
ore, they could obtain no copper from
A Roman doctor has discovered in
many of the skulls found in Etruscan
tombs, as well as in those de
posited in various museums, interest
ing specimens of ancient dentistry
work and artificial teeth. Some of these
skulls date as far back as the sixth cen
tury before Christ, proving that dent
istry is not a modern art. .
A gun to fire under water has been
Invented, and one for the United States
ship Destroyer is in course of con
struction at Bethlehem. Pa. This ex
nerrmental gun is to-be thirty-six feet
tong and throw a projectile twenty
five feet in length, containing 400
pounds of oitro-glycerioe, 1,000 feet
through the water.
A Russian physician has found that
microbes are always present in great
numbers in the fasting stomach of a
healthy person. During the earlier
part of digestion they are always quite
h u merou s. Tbe gastric j u ice. how
ever, tends to destroy the microbes,
though no effect on digestion appears
to be exerted by them.
Recent investigations go to show
that the horse has no ear for music
and only a slight understanding of
time and military signals. Tbe popu
lar impression that a trained honw can
waltz in time to music is unsupported
by experience, as in suc'i cases the
music is always played to suit tbe step
of tbe horse, which is regulated , by
signs from the trainer.
A visitor in New Orleans says that
. there are three features of the life in
tbe Creole City that are sure to ins
ures the stranger forcibly. They are
itle cemeteries, which are veritable
lower gardens; the language of tbe
'reoeb "residents, which is spoken
' ry where and has tbe pare Parisian J
- eat, and tbe fact that the .negroes
tbe lower river still siusr tbe old
tful song's that were - heard in
a bavannnu nan kit savs tnat In th
western part of North Carolina there
are several counties amid almost Inac
cessible mountains of whloii there is as
little known to the outside world as
there Is of Central Africa. No rail
roads pen titrate this region. The na
tives have no idea nf morality, live In
a manner little above the lowest Unites
and have absolutely no huowUlga of
the world outside Inelr own communi
ties. Polygamy is practiced with
ihameless oputiuuas and marriage core
uonles are rare.
A DINNER FROM CANS.
Row People Mar rtlnn Without tit a Ose
Such an advance has been made In
late years in canning all sorts of stuff
tnat one can now ontain a whole
course dinuer, from soup to dessert, In
tin, savs the N. Y. Timm. The variety
of soups that are now canned so as to
be renoy for consumption with very
little trouble as to heating is remark
able. One may select from this list
tomato, ' liytek turtle, ox-tail, con
somme, jummne, macaroni, num.
gumbo, green turtle chicken, pea,
beef, bouillon Mnrri, vermicelli, rtiul-
lagatawny, clam broth and clam chow-
uer. au mese soups come in cans,
and, with nothing more to be done
than a tittle heating, are ready for the
If oue does not care to bcir'u bis din
uer with soup, he may do so with
oysters. These come in'cans, and one
may have either saddle rock or blue
points as he pleases, or both. If he
prefers clams to ovsters, he can have
them, for little uecks are now done up
so well in cans that they may be hail
at hand always., ror IWh he may
choose from bloaters, fresh mackerel.
fresh salmon, whitefish and brook
trout. Incidentally, for relishes, he
may have olives, radishes, and even
celery. When it come to meats, we
una a vast variety, itoast chicken.
roast turkev, roast beef. ham. roast
lamb, roast mutton and roast duck are
all canned. The vegetable lUt com
prises .asparagus In a half-dozen vari
eties, corn, tomatoes, peas, succotash,
SDiuach. squash, potatoes, Boston
baked beans, lima beans and string-
less beans. or game he may have
uheasant. ouaiL onrlridire. irroune.
woodcock, snipe aud wild duck. By
this time he may be ready for his des
sert, and for that he may choose from
all kinds of fruits, jellies, marmalades.
or English plum-pudding. The last
not only conies in caus, but is even
accompanies uy me uecessary sauce.
Other things that are canued and may
be made to tit here and there in a diu-
ner are lobsters, chicken and shrimp
salads; sardines and deviled craos,
that are not only canned, but are sold
with the accompanying crab-shells, so
that the deviled crab may be served
just as though it had beeu picked out
ana especially prepared tor tne occa
In addition to this list, there are to
be found in cans and readv for con
sumption eotltbdi balls, irroau turtle,
herring, smelts, lamb's tongue, boned
turkev, bo net I chicken, ox tonsrue.
chipped beef, smoked tteef, ham saus
age, compressed ham, pijrs feet tripe,
deviled chicken, ham. lobster and
turkev: potted duck, chicken, tongue.
fame, ham aud turkey; Boston brown
read anil evaporated vegetables of all
The list of canned fruits includes ap
ples, apricots, biacK nerries, oiueuer
ries, cherries, cranberry sauce, figs,
crapes, iroose I terries. ieaches pears.
pineapples, plums, quinces, raspber
ries, sirawoernes. anu even preserve!
roses. There are also fruit jellies of
every kiudv and fruit preserves, jams
and butter. Mince-meat and desic
cated cocoauut likewise come in cans.
With the exteusion of the food stuffs
canned there has also come an im
provement in the cans used. Whereas
it formerly required a great deal of
trouble to opeir a tin can of any sort,
this difficulty has been overcome by a
simple tuoiign curious device. Around
the can is soldered a strip of tin, one
end of which may be fitted in a key;
by turning this Key the soldered rim is
twisted off without the least trouble
and the can is opened for use. Many
people may not like a tin-can o inner,
bnt those who eat such a dinner, either
from choice or necessity, certainlv
can not complaiu of the variety or
quantity of the food at their service.
HOUSE HOLD DIRECTIONS.
Am They Were Given br Lord Alffnii
Percy In ISO.
Read these directions for the right
ordering of a household, written in
1690 by no less a personage than the
most nobie Lord Algeruon Percy, earl
of Northumberland. He must have
been a courtly aud gallant gentleman,
for twice he' was chosen to escort a
royal bride: First. Catherine, the rich
heiress from Castile; later on. Marga
ret Tudor, the bride of King James of
Scotland. And j et no modern hotel
keeper could be more precise in tbe
minutiss of his directions.
"Have sea pies,1 my lord command
ed his servants, "but have them at the
principal feasts and at noue other
times. Let the loaves of trencher
bread be larger thau the loaves of
household bread, and let the chippings
of all bread serve for my hounds. Let
there be no herbs bought, seeing that
the cooks have enow herbs growing in
my own gardens. Suckory, sow-thistle
and aeut-de-lyon. herb and root,
are to be boiled with fresh meat.
Bake my bread in mine own oven,
making it of meal as it cometh from
the milne, and brew my beer in my
own brew-bouses; and make my mus
tard within my walls and see that one
be provided to be groom of the scul
lery that can make it. Give 20 shil
lings, not more nor less, to the cooks
on Easter Sunday. Briug all keys of
all offices up to my counting-house
every day when the latter dinner is
done; let" thorn be fetched again at 3 to
serve out the drin kings the beer and
so on answering toour tea and coffee,
and let them be brought up again
and remain up all night until the morn
ing. Buy white herring, if they be at 10
shillings the barrel. Open white her
rings by the back; pick out the bones
and the roe, and see that there be mus
tard. Give me for my breakfast, "
says the noble lord, and give my lady
at our own board in lent, a loaf of
bread in trenchers, two mauchets, a
Quart of beer ami wine, two pieces of
salt fish, six baked herrings, four white
ditto, or else a dish of sprats.
The original meaning of vampire, which
appellation has been given to certain blood
sucking bats, was that it was unusually sup
posed to be the soul of a dead man which
quits tbe buried body by night to suck the
blood of living- persons. This belief chiefly
prevails in Slavonic lands, it is thought
that those wbo turn vampires are generally
wizards, suicides, and the persons who have
come to a violent end, or have been cursed
by their parents or by the church. Travel
ers describe the wounds inflicted by tbe
large sharp-edged incisors of the South
American vampire bat as being' similar to
those caused by tbe razor when shaving;
a portion of the skin is sbaved off, and a
large number of served capillary vessels be
ing thus exposed, a constant flow of blood is
maintained, f Tom this source tne blood is
drawn through the exceedingly narrow gul
let too narrow for anything solid to pass
Into tbe intestine-like stomach, whence it is
probably drawn off during the slow process
of digestion, while the animal, sated with
food, is hanging in a state of torpidity from
tbe roof of its cave or from tbe inner aides
at a hollow tree.
An echo is a kind of holler monkery.
Sweetness and Light The cake our
mother used to bake. Huston 'JYan
script. Meu of great capacity sometimes
have very little capacity for making a
Uviug. Texa Hijlinga'
Nobody makes a Ho out of the whole
cloth nowadays. The tariff Is too
heavy. I'hilattttpkia 2Vme.
Customer ,t am troubled with rats
In mv room.' Drujnrist "Yes, sir.
Bromide or ammonia cocktail?" Zte.
Algy (to hunters) Whlch oue of
you had the most fun while out hunt
IngP" Hunter "The rabbits." Texas
Hi flings, ,
There are various ways of becoming
floor in this world. One of them is to
n he tit a great Kngllsh estnte. Balti
"Kmmellue, can you keep a secret?'
he whispered honrsely. "I don't know;
1 never tried to. What Is UP" Phila
The man who can tell a lie ten times
without changing it is the sort of a
man the world needs to tell the truth.
When you give, give freely. Still,
there's no harm if the jumpiug-juek
you give your boy has a string to it.-
'I suffer dreadfully from Jusomnin,
said the novelist. "Then you don't do
your own proof-read ingP" queried
Cyuicus. N. I'. iiera&L
Ethel "Don't yourememlwr, Maud,
when I Aral came" out " Muud (in
terrupting) "Yes, dear, 1 was but a
child then." Bostontat.
It seems to be an uudtaputed fact
that a married woman is a better shot
with a rolling-pin than she is with
stone. Yonkcrs statesman.
"Your number," said the warden to
the prisoner. "Is 800." "1 hat's grati
fying." said the unfortunate; "I'm in
tbe 400 at last-" A'. i Herald.
It Is lust as wicked to Indulge In
uieutal profanity as to swear right out
loud, and much more injurious to tne
digestion, Intliawtf talis Journal,
Maddox "I uudersland your wife
always has the last word." GoKaam
"AU a mistake, I assure vou. She
gives it to me." Harper's iiazar.
Chlfllns "Writing poetry. ehP How
are vou paid by space? A. Tenny
son Titchley (sadly) "By space! In
space you meant American urocer.
"Lend Me Your Wife" Is the title of
a coined v no w ru u n i ng at a local
theater. When played in real life it
frequently becomes a tragedy. Min
It is as little as the ice man could do
to drive some of his customers out to a
frozen pond and let them see what
they were Irving to buy all summer.
it tvthmgton i'osi.
'Whiit hrtvi vitn been rioliiy for tha
last year? asked oue seedy-looking
he stopped another on the
"Time, was the. laconic re-
ply. IVnuhtntlon Am.
Tramp "I say, ma'am, can't ye
gimme a one o something com
eat? Mr. Fancake w by, yes,poir
fellow! go and take one of those ici
cles off the fence." Judge,
Oe Fer "I feel like a new man this
morning." Waile (anxiously) "Ah!
Do you feel anything like the kind of a
man that would be apt to pay a debt
of $5? ' He paid it. Manhattan.
'I tell von the poor have no chance.
"That's particularly true in regard to
poetrv. i know some eoltora who re
ject poems for no other reason than
that they are poor." Itrooklyn Life.
Von Boomer "Yes, sir, I tell Vou
Chicago is going to shoot right ahead
now. She has jnt caught her second
wind." Eastern Man "Great Scott!
When dhl she lose her Hrst?" lnck.
Is that the ire Herat's daughter
His daughter? Whv, what's the mat
ter with yon? He's too old to have a
daughter as young as that." "Well.
men, it must ue ins wiie. r itegenae
When it is remembered that the
Apostle Peter and others were tiaher-
nit-n, it looks a little mid, in the light
of modern angling, that they were
chosen to preach the truth. Philadtl
She--"And what have you everdoue
to prove your love to me?" He
"Uonei vv uy, i have uone without
mv lunch every dav for a week in or
der to take you to the opera last
Wick wire "There never were so
many chances as now to get a good in
come out of a small fortune." Yabs-
ley "What I'd like is to get a good
fortune out of a small income. In-
He "I'd like to see you women
struggling around a bargain counter
just oocev for the fun of the thing."
tone "And id like to see you men
struggling around a free lunch coun
ter." AT. r. Herald.
It's a good thing people are not
treated nowadays as Ananias was for
lying." "Why soP"' "Why soP"
Why. it we were, tfagiey, nouody'd be
left alive but vou
I, and you'd be
para ly zed . ' ' A. Y
I'm going i with the farmers, and
don't you forget it," said Timinins.
dust think what a snnp it will oe
when a fellow can deposit his poetry
in the subtreasury aud realize on it at
ouce!" Indianapolis Journal.
I am perfectly delighted with mv
dwelling at present. I have a dining
room, a receptiou room, a working
room, a smoking room and a sleeping
room, and just think how convenient
all in one." Flicgende Blatter.
'Smatterton thinks that he is one of
the people who are born before the
world's civilization is ready for them."
Humph, was the reminder; coine
to think of it, he does strike me as a
trifle previous." Washington Post.
'Do the physicians travel in the
summer because the health of the city
is so good, or is the health of the city
so good because the physicians are on
their traveler we don t dare in ask
about the clergy meu. Fliegende mat
Skribler "I have made a pretty
good record this year. Kight of my
poems nave oeen accepted uy the
magazines." Skrawler "I have done
better than that. One of mine has
been published." Indianapolis Jour
nal. 'I want you to tell me," said one
pretty girl to another pretty girl, "how
you can travel in the cars alone as
much as you do and prevent men from
ever speaking to you." I chew gum,"
was the simple answer. Detroit Free
Patient "Isn't there some mistake
about that bill you sent me?'1 Doctor
'JNo, sir: it's corrift uu.". fa-
tient "To pay that wili take every
cent I have; I'll starve." Doctor
"Well, dieting is what vou need.".
Benevolent person to old tramp
"You ought to be ashamed of yourself
to be begging at your age." Tramp
indignantly "Hon- in tuumier can
I beg at any other age now, I'd like to
know. Gimme a nickel." Washing
ton Star. ' ' . -
Simpson--Whatever induced your
uncle to marry the widow of a man :
who was bung?" Jimpson "He bad
been married" to widows before, and
says he was tired of having the virtues
of a former husband constantly Hung
in his face." Epoch,
A broker, calling at the house of a
book coUeutitig friend, was Informed
by the la tier's wifu that hor husband
was out. "Gono tlshfng for books,"
explained the lady. "What bait does
he use?' inquired the broker; aud
then, without wnitlng for un answer,
he again queried, "Bookworms?"
PAT AND THE BUFFALO.
An Arivatttur In Which Mr. O'Fljua tint
Into a Tight 1'ltte.
There Is a good story told of an
Irishmau s adventure with a butiaio
bull in early Montana dnys that Is
grotesquely amusing. The name of
the Irishman was Putrlck O'FHnn
Anyhow, Pat had only been on this
side or the Atlantic miotic two years,
and during that time had not improved
in the Queen's Kngllsh to any great
extent, but.as will be seen, rather clung
with tenacity to the pure brogue of
On arriving In this country Pat
turned his "niuuitton' to raiironiung,
and had scarcely set his foot un
America's soil ere' he accepted a big
job of shoveling dirt, and a week after
hrtd been rushed off to the Northwest.
and was soutt far out on the frontier
digging away with his shovel as only a
hearty irishmau knows how.
At that time there were stilt a few
buffaloes along the contemplated line
nf the Northern Pacific Railroad, aud
Pat, having learued to ride a horse and
shoot a guu, though both very awk
wardly, went out oue uay with a party
of travelers to have some Nimrodic
sport, lu the course of a few hours
travel the party rau upon a herd of
buffaloes, and, after considerable
maneuvering, each hunter selected out
his game aud started for the expected
pria. The eountrr was very rough in
the vicinity where tlie game was sighted
and the chase was of the most exekhiff
character, each hunter belug separated
from the others, and, of course, attack
ing bis game single-handed. How
ever, the huuters experienced good
luck with the exception of Pat, who had
chosen the toughest old bull in the
herd aud made a dashing charge.ehoot
Ing him, but not fatally. As the
animal was quite Ueet-footwd and angry
it turned upon its assailant, and the
horse becoming frightened at the ap
pearance of the enraged brute, reared
and plunged, and soon bad Pat sprawl
ing ou tbe ground, while the equine
steed escued as fast as its legs could
carry It. lu fact. Pat and the bull were
left alone to tight it out in whatever
wav they might choose.
Pat had beeu somewhat shocked by
the sudden fall, and at first seemed
rather slow to recover, but when he
observed the buffalo charging down
upon h i m, w it h every part of the
animal's anatomy fairly bristling with
rage, he scrambled upon his bauds and
knees and fairly pawed the ground in
his hante to reach a small cliff of rocks
near by that apeared to offer him a
meager but npmrentlv his ouly chauee
to etcae. Fortunately tuck " was iu
Pat's favor, for between two good
sixed rocks he found nu opening that
would just barely admit his body far
enough to prevent the bull from reach
ing him, aud yet quite close enough to
tantalize the minister into the most
furious rujje. In the fall lie received
Pat let drop his gun, aud so was en
tirely without any weapon of defense,
and, but for his companions, might
have been imprisoned forau ittdetiuite
period. Whin the rest of the hunters
bad killed their game anil had gathered
together for the homeward march, Pat
was found to be missing, aud search
was at ouce instituted for him. The
hunters began making a circuit, aud
while riding up behind some bushes,
they heard a voice as of some oue
talking, nppareutly engaged in an
animated conversation. I'hey stopped
aud listened and were soon convinced
that it came from Pat. It was evident
too, that he had gotten into a predica
ment, for just at that moment he was
"An, ye uly loo kin' baste, what are
yees try in to cum in here for? Have
yees no si use at all, at all? The divil
set tire lor yeivt. for the great black
heavy crayihur that yees are. Sure
it s the likes o' yees ought to have been
banished from the Hod long ago.
BegoU if 1 hail my gun I'd put an eud
to 3'ee a foolin1 round here and dis
turhin a niawii from hi rest a yees
do. The divil a bit cm ve hmk me.
and It's a great pity for the likes of
vees to bo tliro.vin' away vour strength
like ye are tloiu', Yt-f bettlter be
savin it up to pull the tinder grass and
get lal on. so yees had.
But the bntTiilo didn't seem to appre
ciate Pat's advice, but kept hooking
away in an effort to get at its enemy.
"And it's try in to cum in, yees are,
agiuP" exclaimed Pat, "Whin yees
squase through between these two
stones ye' it be mighty thin. so yees will,
aud its the divil of a sixeneo I'd be
givin fcryer hide full of holes aud the
hair peeled off."
The bull ceased operatious tor a
minute and backed off a pace, evident
ly hoping to entice Pat to come out
from his secure retreat, but Pat iaw
the game and expressed himself thusly:
"Yees needn't be tazin' me to cum
out at all, at all. I know the tricits o
yees too welt to be taken in aft her
that kind oi style. Away with yees.
Yees cau tackle thim stones to yer
heart's contint, but mind and keep away
from doing me any harm. If I only
had yees by the tail Td pay yes off for
bothering a man that never done yees
About this time the hunters concluded
that they had had enough fun at Pat's
expense, and going un closer drew a
oeau on tne ouuaio with ineir Win
chesters, and the animal tumbled down
dead as a door unit. Pat was quite
overjoyed at his deliverance. (Jlooe
What Is the Model Husband Idke?
One of tho big New York papers has
offered a prize of $100 to the woman
who shall send iu tbe most praiseworthy
description of a model husband. It is
interesting to note the replies. Oue
woman thinks he is a husband who
uever takes a night off";-another says
her ideal man is oue that gives her full
control of the purse-strings; a third
says she likes a husband that goes his
way aud gives her full permission . to
go hers; but most unique of all is the
letter from a dear, sweet, clinging
Vine, who says that her Oak must be
uoble! O, so noble! And give a test
of his true inward nobility by inventing
a new pet name for her every day.
upon a sweet, pretty calendar, nought
for the purpose, she is recording the
names as he reels off new ones each
loving morn. The regulation. orthodox,
old pet titlea of '-Dear little girl,"
'"Jolly," 'Mretsey, "lootsey - Woot-
sey," "sweetness," and "Sugar Irium"
have been thrown completely in the
shade by the coinings of this model
Won't somebody please look up more
such meu, and offer prizes for their
capture? What balm they would bring
to many a paiuiuny lonely female
During the season which has just
closed the mountain palaces of the late
king of Bavaria have been visited by
80,000 persous, and the amount re
ceived from them in admission fees
has exceeded $00,000.
Ion Intl-Mtln IMmrnrlfi A bant Cm
WlmU and Other Mmbr r thu Pinny
"It Is gonontlly tiipoed (hat fishes
take no care whiiiever of their young,
leaving them entirely In the attention
of uutnrrt." says Professor Theodore
Gill, of Washington. "B:it the fact Is
very much otherwise with ninny spe
cies. The most remarkable point,
however, regarding certain kinds of
tinny creatures lu their parental rela
tions Is that mules do the care taking,
and not the females. Very interesting
discoveries have been recently made
with regard to the habits of uest-build-lug
tUhen, the cat-fish among others.
"If you will go out any lime during
the mouth of August in this latitude,
you will see in thu streams and ponds
big enttUh of the common sort, each
oue accompanied by a swurm of smalt
fry. In each cave the old one is a
mule and he Is engaged lu taking care
of his nffripring. If an Intruder comes
near he will dssh at him ntid drive him
away. It has been kuowu for a long
while that cttttishes hail this way of
guarding their young, but only lately
has It beeu ascertained that it was the
Sap tltfh which did the cnretuklug.
ome time back there was a pair of
cat-tUhes in one of the aquaria at the
building of the Fish Commission. At
spawning time eggs were laid, and oue
of the parents kept watch over them,
not permitting the other to come near.
The young were duty hatched and
thrived, belug cared for iu this way
uutil they were big enough to look out
for themselves. Then the tish which
hud stood guard was takeu out and dis
sected, the result being that It was
found to be the male.
iu their native ponds aud brooks
you will Hud large broods of young
enttUh as big ns three-fourths of an
Inch in length remaining together in
Docks, each Uock accompanied by the
male. Sometimes the latter will swim
slowly along in the center of the flock
aud at other times alongside. Inlay
Ing their eggs the parent cat-lis lies
select a spot w lie re the water is quiet,
if possible protected by aquatic plants,
and there they make'a nest, perhaps
eight inches by six. inclosing the
spawn. The neat has a soft outer en
velope, aud over it the male hovers,
forcing fresh water through the mass
by rapid vibration of its tins, until
after ubout a week they are hatched.
"Sometimes the male cattish takes
care o( its young In a still more pecu
liar manner. There is a kind found In
thu sea, the eggs laid by which are as
big as a small bullet. These eggs are
found in the mouths of the males,
which do this to protect them. After
the eggs are laid the papa cattish takes
them iuto his mouth and kees them
there until they are all hatched, when
they go out and take care of them
selves. "But this method Is not confined to
the catHshes. There are found in
Africa and South Africa a species
which resemble the sunlith of our own
streams. These cichlids,' as they are
called, are also plentiful In Texas aud
Palestine. They are often fouud with
their cheeks fairly bulging with young.
In tbe sea of Galilee the cluhllds are so
numerous that the miraculous catch of
the time when St. Peter lished there
might be "repealed any day, it being
the manner of these 'ibdius to move
about on the top of the water in solid
masses, covering many squnre vards
aud making a nolsn like that of rain
THE BELLES OF AFRICA.
Bow th ItaaallM of lh nrk CnntlawMt
Arrr Thmlv In C ettrltiM.
On the walls nf the small room of
Kxplorer Herbert Ward in Iomlon are
divers sketches of the beautie of Af
rica. There is a sketch of a woman of
the Bakongo a woman of the Oupotos
one of the most savage tribe of the
Great Kiver. lu this sketch the face la
disfigured by a series of cicatrices,
making it as hideous as can be well
imagiued. This form of tattooing is
produced by making wounds in the
flesh of about half an inch in length
and never allowing them to heal prop
erly; when they show a tendeucy to do
so the Oupotos pull thcin roughly
apart; the result is a line aud a con
glomeration of Hues of sears, horrible
The Oupotos. he tells you. in their
cooking arrangements are not alto
gether suggestive of a Parisian cordon
blue; It is not quite nice to sit down to
a dinner company where the usual
necklace is couiosed of human teeth,
neither is the pariah dog as savory as
might be suggested.
As to tbe ireatmeutof women by the
natives, and particularly by the follow
ers of Tip poo. to give one instance
take the story of Sapenfu. as told by
Mr. Deane to Mr. Herlert Ward.
"Stipenia, the daughter of Kossongo,
had been given to Tippoo Tib as -a
pledge of friendship by her father, but
she. being of the Wachongera-meno
tribe, was ill-treated by the Arabs, so
much so that she run away to us; on
bciug examined im truees of ill-treat-nieut
could be discovered, and. as Mr.
Dcaue had no right to interfere where
there was no ill uage. she was con
ducted back to her Arab master. After
a few days she came to us again with
her back covered with lashes from a
(up and her bodv covered with
bruise, telling u that she bad been
"We kept her, and some davs after.
wheu her tyrants tvi-im to seek her,
Mr. Deaue told them (.h it he could not
think of letting her be taken back
tigaiu to be treated with such brutal
violence; that he was scut to the coun
try to see justice done; ami that, as
representative of the Congo Free State,
he intended to do his .duty. It Is
rather unfortunate that this woman
should havo paid buck the kindness
shown her with particular ingratitude.
She might have been of : the greatest
use ouiy never was to the onuso in
: How Hlffh Can Man Idve?
Mr. Webber, the traveler, slates that
In Thibet he has lived four months to
gether at a height of more than 15.000
feet above sen level, and that the re
sult was as follows: His pulse, at the
normal heights ouiy sixty-inree Dents
per miuute. seldom fell below 100
beats per minute during the whole
time he resided at that level. His res
pirations wereofteu twice as numerous
iu thu minute as they were in tbe or
dinary level. A run of 100 vards
would auicken both pulse and respira
tion more than a run of 1.000 yards at
sea level, aud he found that the higher
the level the greater the ilitliculty of
running or walking fast. He crossed
the Gurla -M;indha(u mountain at a
height of 20.000 feet, and found he bud
thu utmost difficulty in getting his
breath fast euouirh. Wobber alao says
that the native guides of the mountains
suffered i-qually as much, if not more
A Park in the Adirondacks.
There is some prospect that New
York will have a state park in the
Adirondacks. It is proposed that a
rest; rvoiiuu ui nuuui ienij-iive nines
square be taken, containing 1,000,000
acres, the same to include Racquet
lake. . -
t one wisnes to cool a hot dish it
will be found that if the dish is placed
iu a vessel full of cold, salty water it
will cool far more rapidly than if stood
in water fren from salL
THE COLD EXCITEMENT Or
Iluw tlariitiffi, tho fUinman, Prnpnsail to
U It t II M ArlvntitiHr.
General J. E. B. Marshnll contrite
ntcs to the department of '-California"
iu The Century Magazine the following
Incideut which occurred to the Hon.
I J. D. Glhnnn, now a member of the
Gnnerul Court of Massachusetts.
With the news of the discovery of
gold In California in 1848 United States
army officers statioued there seut speci
mens home to their friends and to the
War Department as curiosities. But, to
the best of Mr. (ill man's knowledge,
the Hrst California gold exhibited and
sold in Wall street was ttiken there by
himself on the first day of March, 1849.
Mr. Gilman was the first passenger to
reach New York from San Frnuclsco
after the discovery, and brought with
him a quantity of the ore, finding it a
more profitable remittance than the
coin which he bad brought from Hon
olulu, and for which the miners gladly
exenanguu ineir uume ac a iiuera.1 dis
count. Mr. Oilman tells the Tollow
iug story of his first day lu New York.
"I reached New York veryearlrin
the morning, and, being an entire
stranger, accepted the friendly offices
of the purser nf the steamer, who took
me to me bunion rioiei, men Kept uy
Simeon Iceland, afterward of the Me
"After breakfast Mr. Lei and kindly
took me In charge, to assist me In pro
curing a costume more befitting an ap-
pearuuee in new xont than my Cali
fornia outfit. Among the plaeeji visit
ed In this tour of reconstruction was
Lovejoy s hair-dressing rooms at the
corner of Beekman street and Park
Row. Here, as everywhere, the talk
was of me wonttenui news from Cali
"While still nnder the hands of the
barber, and sleepily listening to his
freely given views upon the exciting
topic of the day, I saw Mr. Lcland
apptonching me, accompanied by a
Hue-looking, irank, open-faced man,
who advanced buttoning on his collar.
with hit gingham necktie banging over
his arm, ns if be had no time to lose.
Mr. Lulnud Introduced him to me by a
name which at first had no significance
for me. though Its fame had already
reached the islands of the sea as that
of the great Moral Showman. Said
"I hear that you are just from Cali
fornia, the hrst passenger to arrive
from the land of gold. This is very
iutercsihig. You tutu tell us all about
it. May 1 ask if you bare had auy
conversation with any one on the sub-
icct since your arrival?' 1 replied that
bad unlv just landed, and had had
no opKrtutifty to talk about the mat
ter; Ah, very good, very good!' said
he. Then please efort'f, let me beg of
you, till you have seen me ngatu. Mr.
Lei and has kindly promised to call
with yon at my "oflice. If you will
write "California" on your card, the
door-keefier will admit you at once.'
He bowed and took bis leave.
"Engrossed by my own interesting
concerns. I did not think to ask auy
questions of Mr. Iceland about my iu
terrogrttor. and learneM nuthiug more
of him till we found ourselves at the
tloor of B.irnu ms Museum. We were
conducted to the private office of the
redoubtable proprietor, who, politely
seating us. proceeded at once to busi
ness. "Well. sir. you know we all want to
know the way to California nowaday
By what route did you eome?
"'Across the Isthmus.'
"Ah. very good! Then you can tell
us all about mule traveling. Avery
interesting route. Cuts the journey
short. Some danger, of course. Did
you go by the same route?'
"T went out around the Horn, sir?
Alt, that's good! Many of our
people will want to go that way.
Cheaper route. Of course you know
"I have nut beeu to the mines my
self. I repi'ed.
"Oh I Ah! Well, yon understand the
process, no doubt, and know all about
the life there. You've heard it talked
"I replied that I bad not heard
much else talked about for the last six
""I thought so! I thought so! You
are just the man we want, sir! Just
tbe very man! Now here's my plan,
sir. I've got a plan, sir which cannot
fail of success, and will prove highly
remunerative to both of us, sir. This
city is wild with excitement, as you
know; jnst crazy with the idea of gold
In California. Thousands are seeking
for information about how to get there,
what to do, where to find tho gold.
Now for my plun. I've had a speci
men lump of gold prepared, weighing
twenty-live pounds. No sham, sir
real gold. You can depend upon it; I
can bring you all the certificates von
want to convince you of the fact.
"-But I interrupted, twenty-five
pounds! I never heard, of so large a
piece being found.1
"Mr. Baruum seemed slightly taken
aback at this, and asked what was the
largest piece I had hoard of. I replied.
'Seven ounces; but it had not reached
San Fruncico when I left.
"'Seven ouucesP exclaimed he.
Why, that Is too small. Every man
who is going .out expects to pick up
rocks of ill Seven ounces! Welt,
"He looked confounded for a mo
ment; then throwing back his shoul
ders as if to shake off his disappoint
ment, he rallied to his well-arranged
plan. 'Well, sir, I'll tell you what we
can do You prepare a tdiort lecture
on the subject, .to be delivered iu my
lecture room, not over fifteen min
utes long, better ten. and then be
prepared to answer questions (they'll
be sure to come thick and fast) about
the different routes, the mining, wages,
means and cost of living; just how to
do it, you understand. We will have
a small table on the stage, with my
twenty-five-pound lump of gold on it.
As you are talking you can handle it;
just pass your baud over it now and
then and and I wouldn't have you
tell a lie about it for anything. Mr.
Gilman but if you see they get the
idea that that's the kind of lumps they
they may Hud. a fortuue's made, and
we'll share it. .
"Mv renly sprang involuntarily to
my lips: 'But what a perfect humbug
that would be!
"With a bright, beaming smile the
great showman patted me gently on
the shonlder. and with a significant
look said. 'My dear sir, the bigger the
humbug, the' better the people will
"With thanks I respectfully declined
the tempting proposition. Mr. Bar
uum very courteously urged me to con
sider it, and hoped" I would see my
way clear in some way to give the
people the information 'they so much
desired. But I was too impatient to
reach my home in Maine to do this.
Under Mr. Iceland's guidance I visited
severai of the banks and moneyed in
stitutions in Wall street, where I ex
hibited my specimens of the gold, both
coarse and tine."
But Mr. Gilman failed to improve
his golden opportunity to make his
own and tbe eminent showman's for
tuue. Noble Elevator Men.
According to the Cincinnati Gazette,
a genuine Russian count - and a real
German baron are engaged in running
the elevator at a hotel iu that city.
Both are cultured, but have become
impecuuious siuce arriving ia this
on a try-
A Id t tie Girl's Diary In the East.
I will only describe the howling aud
whirling dervishes. First we went to
the whirling dervishes. After we had
been sitting arouud the circle the
dervishes came lu one after another.
The first one was the sheakh. He was
a very old mau and be had a big hump
on his back. He was clothed in a
brown mantle thrown oyer his should
ers and he walked very slowly Indeed.
His step was about a half a foot long.
After they all were in they sat down
on the prayer mats. Then they all
came and bowed to the sheakh then
they began whirling. It was beautiful
to see their while skirts all stand out.
Thev stuck out ns if they were made
to slick out. Every one of them held
their right palm of the hand down and
the left up towards heaven.
Then they stnptd and nil sat down
on their mats again. They did this
same thing over several times. The
second time we went away to the
howling dervishes. When we got there
it was quite crowded and after a while
the door opened and even body went
In. We had not been sitting there
long when tho dervishes came in.
When they had alt seated themselves
they began to say Alls. Alia. First
they said it very slowly and soft and
then they said it louder and foster and
more louder and faster. They shook
their heads every time they said any
thing from one aide to the other and
every time they sjtid it loud and fast
they would slmM them very violent),
Indeed. Some of n hem had strangling
long hair. f though the sheakh was
very good looking. He had a very
pretty little son there with him and
wheu wh went out lie made such a
broad smite at us. One of the men
f ot kind of crazy and he made a fright
ul noise and called Alia. Alia. The
Arab right next to him took ahold of
him ail through until the eud. They
did the same thing over aud over
again. When it was through we went
borne to the hotel. Lucy Morris Ells
tvorth, in tit. SichUrs.
A Matrimonial Strateglnc.
"Brown. I don't see how It Is that
your girls all marry off as soon as they
gut old enough, while none of mine
Oh, that's simple enough! 1 marry
my girls off on the buckwheat-straw
"But what is that principle? I have
never heard of it before."
"Well, I used to raise a good deal of
iuTck wheat ami It puzzled me to know
how to get rid of the straw. Nothing
would eat it and it was a great bother
to roe. At last I thought of a plan.
"I stacked my buckwheat straw
nicely aud buMt a high rail fence
"My cattle, of course, concluded
that It was something good and at
once tore down the fenoe and began to
eat the straw.
"I drove them away and put up the
fenoe a few times, but the more I drove
them away the more anxious they be
came to eat the straw.
"After this had been repeated a few
times the cattle determined to eat the
straw, and eat it thev did, every bit of
"As I said. I marry my girls off on
the same principle.
"When a young man I don't like be
gins calling on my girls I encourage
him In every way 1 cau.
"I tell him to come as often and
stay as late as he pleases, and I take
pains to hint to the girls that I think
they'd better set their caps for Id in.
It works first-rate.
He doesn't make many calls, for
the girls treat him as coolly as they
"Bat when a young fellow that I
like comes round a man that I think
would suit me for a son-in-law 1 don't
let him make many calls before I give
him to understand that he isn't wanted
around my house.
"I tell the girls, too, that they
should not have anything to do with
him, and give them orders never to
speak to him again.
The plan works first-rate. The
young folks begin to pity each ether:
and the next thing I know they are
"When I see that they are deter
mined to marry I always give in and
pretend to make tbe best of it. That's
the way I manage it." A'. Y. Weekly.
beaone From The Army. J
, In the army, with its vague and fe-wH
and distant rewards, there may be and
there are rivalries iu devotion and
daring, but there is no competition for
filace and money as there is iu civil
ife; and yet the soldiers ideal being
duty, the performance of duty seems
sufficient. It is a state of things which
cau suggest much to those wbo are
foud of baffling the hope of better
things in ns with the assertion that it
is contrary to human nature to act
from any but interested and selfish
motives. Human nature is a great
mystery, and we have not yet begun to !
solve it; but it appears that a number
of men drawn at random from society,
and trained to a belief in duty as the :
chief good, will keep on not only living
it but dyiug it- We civilians talk much, !
we almost talk solely of our rights, but ;
in the army it seems that men talk ,
chiefly of their duties, when they talk ;
at all. and never of their rights. These
things are true of all ranks; the ideal is
tbe same from the private to the
general, and it seems to correct all the
mistaken tendencies of tbe time before
they became soldiers.
If, as Ruskin has fancied, tbe army
should ever serve ns as tbe norm of the
civil state, and we should come to have
"soldiers of tbe plough-share as well as
soldiers of the sword," it might not be
long before we should be told that it
was against human nature to act
selfishly, and that to be recreant to the '
general welfare in any aim or deed
was to be guilty of conduct unbecom
ing a citizen and a gentleman. How
ever this may be, it is certain and it is
significant that those who have at
tempted to dream out a future brighter
than this present have always bad
something like a military organization
in their eyes; but these visionaries have
somehow" beheld little of the gayety
and enjoyment which are quite as
compatible with the performance of
duties as with the assertion of rights.
William D. Howe lis, in Harper''
Tbettinfr a Man Alone.
That a husband is at times silent And
preoccupied does not argue that he is
indifferent to his wife, writes Mrs.
Pbineas T. Barnum in The Ladies'1
Home Journal-, he may be depressed,
and yet not feel that marriage for him
is a failure; he may be captious and
fret, yet feel no irritation against his
wife. I am not absolving men from
tbe obligatian to be agreeable to their
woman-kind, nor extenuating their
frequent infractions of the code of
marital amenities; I am only assuring
you, for your own good, that these
things are often the outward and visi
ble sign of an inward and spiritual
disaccord an ce which you have not
caused, and about which you would be
unwise to grieve. Iearu to wait, and
by-and-by you will find that business
went wrong that day; or be sat in a
draft, and all his bones ached with an
incipient cold; or he had eaten an in
digestible meal (not at home of course, )
arid was depressed he knew not why.
wait! and when yon have found
...v. vHt the matter was, you- will be
vou did not weary him with
Him Coatty Bonqnes.
A New York youth. uueonvrint
with florists, started out the other
evening to call upon the object of bis
affections, and thought It would be a
Dice thing to take her some flowers.
Calling at a flower store he said care
lessly to the clerk: "Give me a bunch
of roses." "How many please?" "Oh,
a couple of dozen or so. They were
Jjuickly ready and the purchaser was
eeling in his vest pocket for a $2 bill
to pay for them. "How roucbP" be
asked, before the bill made its appear
ance. -"Eighteen dollars, sir," replied
the florist's assistant, with what, his
hearer said afterward, seemed diabol
ical glibness. The young man felt
giddy for a moment He had unwit
tingly selected roses that were 76 cents
a piece. But It seemed to him a very
serious thing to go down before that
flower clerk. So he paid his money
aud took his bouquet, "And," he
any s. "1 spent the uext hour watching
a pretty girl nibble and chew up $18
worth of roses."
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Boys' inns pant, ATftry tiny wear to 1 ou
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every respect ftrstIaas, hot and cold surphur
nains. etc. two miles rrom Hi. Helena. Open
April 3Mu Address KBS. M. L. TKfUiVHOHt.
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scale injuring your tree and diaagar
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athe mildew threatening your grapes aad
la the curs-leaf making your trees weak
Are year Pears and Apples wormy ad Aid
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Are tne hioasonu dropping ab trees taiur
tbeir frniti .
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wann wbtciu oh am n enecxiveiy
applied In snnananr a in winter.
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texd. Board and room per day 81.35 to X Slo
gbt room 60c to 83. Free coach to and from hotel.
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