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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1890
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ROTE THE NEW DIFFERENTIAL FARES
In Conjunction with tho Erlo System
Hrnlin Past Vnnllltuliid TrnliiN be
tween Chicago uiul llio Atlantic Seaboard.
You limy travel In Die most nicitnnt nml
Complete l'llllnmli VeMlliuled Train cut
constructed nml imU'll.fiO to llutmio anil Nl
ngnm Pulls, U) lo Now Vurk, f iM to Al
lmny nml Troy, nml .UM lo llnilou nml New
No rival lino oilers tlm advantagcx of u b).
tout of through Klrst nml Hoeond-clus liny
Conches nml PULLMAN DINING CARS
Chicago to Nv York.
It l tlioonly llnu operating l'llllnmli Cars
to lloslnn nml New Knglnml v lit Albany.
Kntlro Trains urn lighted by gnx, heated by
tenm. Pullman IllulugCiirii run through In
Cullman Clinlr nml Bleeping CarH to Cnluiu
lius.O., nml AkIiIiiiiiI, Ky, Dally.
NoKxtra Charge for Tint Time nml Unsur
passed Accommodations Afforded liy these
Mir (Mallnl liiiiriKilliili, tickets nml reser
vations In l'ullmnu car apply to your local
ticket annul or to any iiguul of nil connecting
line s of railway, nr to Uiiiuaiio City Tiokkt
OrKiOKH, 107 Ui.auk Hr., nml Doarliom Hla
tlon, or (iiMitmi,
L. 0. CANNON, F. C. DONALD,
(ion. Ant., for Hccohor, Oun. Pns. Agt
Santa Fe Route !
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R. R
The Popular Route to the Pacific
TKrough Pullman and Tourist
Between Kansas City nml SAN DIEGO.
LOS ANGELES, nml SAN FRAN-
CISCO. Short Line Rates to
Double Dally Train Service Between
SPRINGS, nml DENVER. Short
Line to SALT LAKE CITY.
The Direct Texas Route
Solid Trains Del ween Kansas City and
Galveston. The Short Line Between
Kansas City and Gainesville, Ft.
Vorth, Dallas, Austin, Temple,
San Antonio, Houston, and
nil Principal "Points
The Onlv Line Running Through the
OKLA'IIOMA COUNTRY. The
Only Direct Line to the Texas
Pan-Handle. For Maps and
Time Tables and Informa
tion Regarding Rates
and Routes Call on
S. M. OSGOOD, GenU Ag't
I E. L. PALMER, Traveling Agent,
, ) , 1308 Farnam St.i
Owns nml operates IWOO miles or thoroughly
Quipped road In Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa,
Missouri, Minnesota nml Dakota.
It Is tho Host Direct Route bctw u nil tbe
Prluclpal Points In tho Northwest, Southwest
For maps, tlino tables, mtos or nasaago nml
freight, etc., apply to nearest station agent ol
CH1GAU0, MlLWAUKKK A ST. PAUL, RAIL
way. or to any Railroad Agent nnywhero In
K. MILLER. A. V.H. CARPENTER.
Ocn'l 1'im. AT'kt AkI.
GEO. II. HKAKKOUDT
Gen' Mgr- Asst.G. I'.itT. Agt.
' MT-For Information In reference to Lands
ud Towns owned by tho Chicago, Mllwuu
kee A HU'Paul Hallway Compnny.wrte to II.
G." llAUOAMiljind CouunlMiloner.Mlllwaukee
FAST MAIL ROUTE !
2 DAILY TRAINS 2
Atchlson, Leavenworth, St. Jocph,Knnsas
City, St. Louis and nil' Points South,
East and WcR.
The direct line to Ft. Scott, ParMins
Wichita, Hutchinson and all principal
points in Kansas.
.The'qnly .road to theGrsnt Hot Springs
of Arkansas. Pullman Sleepers and Free
Reclining Chair Cars on all trains,
J. E.. R.MILLAR, R. P. R. MILLAR,
jfejJy'Tlckei Agt. Gen'l Agtnt
, ' Cor. O and 1 3th Street.
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AFEW WORDS ABOUTMSII
THE UNITED STA'fTa AHEAD A3 TO
An Kipnrt fV'rlton of tlm finny llritntlns.
Flotnrm of Ihn WalkliiK I'Uli, tlinCllmh
Inn rUli unci tlmHiTullowcr rinh lluhlts
OopyrlRht by American Iress Assoulatlon.1
Tho United Htntew IiuuIh nil nthor nntlotm
of tho world In tho art of tho artificial
propagation of fish.
In tlm great International Fishery exhl.
hltton, held at Berlin and Ixindon, tlm
highest nwnrds wen) U'stowod upon Amor-
T1IK WALKING FIBII.
cans find upon the United State Fish coin
mission for the valuable discoveries and
progriwM they had madu In this out) of our
most Important economlo Industrie.
To llsii culturo lx)th tho iintloual and
state governmontH have given every en
cournKuinent by liberal appropriations for
tho establishment of hatcheries and In
vestigation of tho lifo and habit of fish.
Private cltlrcns have accepted tho respon
sible positions of coiiiiiilsslonomof fisheries
without milnry or any peeunhiry rewnrd
for their services becnuso of their great In
terest Fn tlio work.
At no tltno has thero been greator Inter
est nianlfoMtexl In this sclenoo than at pres
ent. An an example I will state that In
threo of our most liuportntit educational
Institutions there nru nt the present time
hatching troughs In which tho eggs of salm
on and of trout are being hatched, and tho
development of tho llsh embryos Is being
observed liy tho students.
Fish have lieeu known to llvo n consider
able time out of water. They nra not abso
lutely comfortable out of their own clo
incut, but they sometimes take It Into their
heads to live on tho land for n snort time.
Tho most famous lnnd frequenting llsh Is
the climbing perch of India, which not
only walks out of the water, but climbs
trees by means of Its sharp spines. It has
a peculiar breathing apparatus which en
able It to extrnct oxygen from the water
and store It up for ui-o while on laud.
A singular walking 11th Is tho Perinn
thnlmua of tho tropical Pncllla shores. At
ebb tldo ho literally walks out of tho water,
and, erect on two legs, promenades tho
beach In search of stray crabs.
TIIK CLIMIIINO KISH.
One of the grentcst achievements of tho
United St-nto-i Fish commission has been
tho stocking of tho rivers of California
with shad. Uuforo this was done they
were unknown on tho Panlllo const, but
are now cheap in tho mnrkcts of San Fran
cisco. Thu striped hasD has been HUcccsfully
planted In tho waters of the Paclllo oceuu,
and lost year llsh wero taken weighing
from threo to live pounds, the undoubted
progeny of tho young fish that wero sent
there by tho fish commission.
American white fish eggs have been suc
cessfully hatched and distributed In the
waters of Australia and New Zealand,
One of tho most Interesting experiments
now being tried is the effort to stock Ameri
can watteni with English turbot and sole.
I hare received through tho courtesy of Mr.
T. J. Moore, ot the Derby museum, Liver
pool, during the past five years, some fifteen
shipments ot llvo soles and turbots. Tho
first four shipments were distributed by
mo In tho vicinity ot Sandy Hook. Tho
others wore taken to tho Wood's Holl
hatching station ot tho United States Fish
commission. These fish aro growing nicely.
Most fish nro not particular as to what
they eat when hungry. I have seen a half
pound trout swallow one weighing ti quar
ter of a, pound, and I have found In the
stomach ot a codfish weighing eight
pounds a block ot wood as lnrite as my
hand. There was once found in the stom
ach of a codfish taken at Gloucester a pack
of cards. I found one day in the stomnch
of a striped boss weighing twelve pounds
another bass ot four pounds weight, and
in tho same fish nine menhaden and a fow
other small llsh.
While on the subject ot the feediug hab
its ot fish I would mention a llsh known
as the block swallower, scientifically called
Chlanmudon Niger, a llsh that can perform
the seemingly Impassible feat ot swallow
ing another llsh from eight to twelve times
larger than itself. I quote the following
description ot this greatest of. all swallow
rs; "It has nn elongated hotly of nearly uni
form thlckuess, but slightly tapering to the
tall. ThesklnlBnakedordestltutoot scales,
tho head sub-coulo and narrowed forward.
Tho mouth Is deeply cleft, extending be
hind the eyes, and armed with long, point
ed, and in part movable teeth. There nro
two dorsal tins, thollrst havlngelevcn slen
der spines. Such is its appearance with nn
empty stomnch. Jt seize a fish many times
its own sire by tho tall, nnd gradually
climbs over it with its jaws, first using ouo
and then the other. As the fish Is taken In
to the stomach its iutegumeuts stretch out,
nnd ntlastthoentiivtlsb Is passed through
tho mouth and into tho stomach, and tho
distended stomach appears as a great bag
stretching out far backward nud forward,
over which Is the swallower, with the ven
tricles dislocated nnd far away from their
normal place. But such rapacity is some
time more than the captor itself can
stand. At length decomposition sets In,
tba swallower is forcfd belly upward and
the Imprisoned gas. m in a balloon, takes it
upward from the depths to tha surface ot
the ocean." Euoxxx J. Dlacktobo.
MORMONS IN PENNSYLVANIA.
Thry Hum u Iteitularly Constituted Mis
sionary Maud In That Htnte.
That thou people who Imaglno that ml
xersi) legislation hits disoaurngod tho Mor
mons nru mistaken is shown by tho Investi
gations of a reporter In Pennsylvania,
It was In December of last winter thnt
ho Hturted out to run down a rumor Hint
missionaries from the "Church of Jesus
I'hrlstof lyitu-r I)nySalnts"wero proselyt
ing In some of tho back counties of the
state. After laboriously tracing them In
tliss mountain districts ami around about
for more than u hundred miles he found
two of them In Buck valley, Fulton coun
ty, Pa. Ho had great difficulty In gaining
their confidence, hut they tuaduat last some
strange statements to him. He asked them
If they preached polygamy.
"No," one of them answered. "Not now.
wo can't do so because of tho law that Is
"But can't you preach f" was asked
"Oh, no; wo dare not."
In a nearby community tlfcy had declared
thnt they hud abandoned polygamy bo
cause thoy had decided that It was wrong.
A pamphlet which they gnvo him was en
titled "Trim Versus False Religion," and
purported to ho it dlalogtio between n "Mor
mon elder, a parson and a trivclcr," I
was made up of twenty-seven pages, and
among other things contained this conver
Chorus How many wive hail lief lllrlnliam
31. E. KiioiirIi to keep him from other men's
wires, and I would todol that tho biiiiij mli(lit
ho said ot nil those who rnlsu such a cry aKalnst
the Latter Hay Saints,
T Hut you do tint hellovo In xlyKiimy?
M. E. We believe h, and many of our xopl
pructlct), that form of nmrriuKO that wus prac
ticed by Abraham, the father of tho faithful and
friend of Oo.li by Jacob, the father of thoso
MAI OK MOIIMON OI'KIIATIUNS IN I'KNNsYL
twi'lvii polygamous children wIioho names are to
Iw found over tho twi-lvti ix-nrly (taUw of the Now
Jerusalem, where uolhliiK that works an abomina
tion shall enter (lU-v. xx); also by David, a man
nfu-r OikI's own heart, nud who received many
wive from htm (II Kaui. ill, 7, 8;j and alio of
Bolonion, whom Ood bUmml with more ltdoin
than any other man; nnd by tho way, I may as
well remind you of the fact that nil of theso imryg.
amlsu were, according to tho uttlmotiy ot Mat
thew, thn progenitor of that meek nnd lowly
Jesus of Nazaroth. I testify to you that this
principle Is In accordance with holy writ and
among "tho works of Abraham" (John vlll, SO.
If you think It la not, wo canco to tho law and
tho testimony, nnd as wo have examined Into the
other principles bo wo w 111 with this.
Tho names of tho missionaries wero
Ilyram Brown nnd John A. West, and they
told tho reporter that there were 600 of
thorn at work all over the world Justus
they were. They go by twos, wear rough
clothing und llvo very frugally, traveling
"as nearly ivs the apostles did as possible."
Thero nru eight of these missionaries at
work In tho Pennsylvania conference, nnd
thoy hnvo found many followers. Among
theso latter wero Stephen McFarren and
Samuel Mlsner, of Qulncy, Franklin
county. McFarren and Mlsner, after being
converted to Mormonlsm, wero persuaded
to move with their families to Utah by the
missionaries, who held out alluring prom
ises of tho flno country and certain fnrttma
awaiting them In tho west.
Finally they sold their farms, and with
tho money thus obtained they went to
Utah. They hnvo slnco written to their'
townspeople that they nro penniless and in
extreme want. They are oven In danger of
UYltAM IlttOWN AN 11 JOHN A. WE8T.
starvation, and their friends in tho eastare
talking nt making up a purse to bring
them hack. It is probable that shonld a
Mormon missionary visit Qulncy now ho
would bo hand painted with tar and feath
ers nnd run out of town.
Tho cuts accompanying this article aro re
produced from The Philadelphia Press.
Tho Ilupldtty of Thought.
A professor of Utrecht, Bonders by
name, has recently made somo Interesting
experiments in regard to tho rapidity at
thought. By means of two Instruments
which ho calls Hie ucomntachogniph and
tho nocrnatachometer he promises some
Important nnd Interesting -results, ills
experiments up to date show that It takes
tbe brain .007 ot a second to elaborate
a single Idea. Writing In regard to this
Bonders says: "Doubtless the time re
quired for tho brain to act Is not the same
in all individuals, I bellevo, however, that
these instruments may be perfected until
wo will bo ablo to determine tho mental
caliber of our friends without our friends
knowing that we nro testing their npt
nesa." The professor further says: "For
an eye to receive au Impression requires
.077 ot a second, und for tho ear to appreci
ate a sound .140 of a second ts all that Is
necessary; which, however, shows that tho
eye nets with nearly double tho rapidity of
There has appeared in America n man
dressed in the costume ot a monk, with
shaven head, sandaled feet and long dark
robe and cowl.
He Is Father Igna
tius, an Kuglish
hns revived in tho
Church of Eng
land the ordei of
he is visiting
ing the gospel nnd
for the abbey at
He Is nn eloquent
sneaker, with a wonderful uiaguetlo con
trol over his audiences. He tecently
preached In New York nt a public hall, tho
seats being soltl as thoy would Ikj for a
theatrical performance. Hu announced
that hu hoped to start a mission In New
York uoxt fall. He brought with him no
credentials to Bishop Potter, and abso
lutely refused to give the details of his
THE GENTLER SEX.
Caniienclta, tho famous tlnucer, can
neither read nor writo.
Christine Nil?oti recently attended a
Rolrco In Purls attired in a dresH of
moiro Antique of tho now tomato red,
relieved with misIioh In very pulo bluo
MIb.s Dluticlio Willis Howard, uutliorof
"Oueim" and "Ono tiutninor," Uvea in
Stuttgart, and receives and chaiiortiiios
young ladloH studying iuuic, lnngungv:
and tho liko.
Mih Juliet Corson Is now tho profes
sor of cooking and household economy
In ItittgerH fcuuilo collego and her lect
ures nru wild to Iw very popular among
Mm, Martha Luiuiildn, of Upson coun
ty, Go., Ih In her ninety-eighth year and
enjoyn good health. When ninety-live
yearn of ago bIio knit nixty-ilvo pairs of
soolcH during tho year.
Auuio Louiso Cary-Raymond Htiends
hcrlelHtiro tlino during summer vaca
tion at tho Hcoshoru in knitting wann
shawls for tho ixxir old women who nro
on her charity visiting list.
Mm. Goorgo Armour, ono of tho pretty
women of Chicago, is a hrunutto of less
than medium height, with soft, curling
dark hair and dark eyes. Her tnnnnur
is siuinb and unassuming and her dispo
sition Ih retiring.
Miss M. A. Booth, of Lougtneudow,
Mass., is a fellow of tho Royal Micro
scopical Society of England, and is to edit
tho department of microscopy in a new
monthly journal, Killed Tho Olworvcr.
devoted to natural history and sclonco.
Miss Brackett, tho writer and teacher,
linn had a right hand stdo Middle madu
and ride.s on either sido of her horso in
differently. Sho was inov d to this by
tho conviction that consfjuit riding on
tho left side was injurious to both rider
Sarah B.-rnluirdt nays Unit all her ill
nesses cotno from getting angry. Sonio
Injustice, soino stupidity or ingratitude
on tho part of thoso by whom sho is sur
rounded thr ivvs her into a violent fit of
anger, for w.iich sho has to pay by a
nickuiMs "f n fow days.
SOME THINGS WORTH KNOWING.
Soak machine oil stnius in cold water
Glass fruit jars nu:y well bo utilized
its tea and coffeo receptacles.
Leather chair seats may bo revived by
rubbing with ogg white, well beaten.
Wash whito puir.t with whiting and
water, which is not so trying to tho
hands as ammonia.
No matter how sharp n knifo may be,
cutting bread with it or dipping it in
hot fat will dull tho edge.
A saturated solution imulo liy dissolv
ing alum in boiling water will keep nuts
out of closets if used frequently.
After taking enko from tho oven let it
remain in tho pan about five minutes; it
will thou como out easily without break
ing. Discolored rattan chairs aro made
pretty liy a coating of black or golden
brown luiiut nud finished with a hand
Ready inado clothing, whether outer
or inner garments, should hnvo all tho
buttons sowed on mora securely before
they are worn.
If ono wishes to cool a hot dish in a
hurry it will bo found that if tho dish
bo placed in a vessel full of cold, salty
water it will cool far moro rapidly than
if it stood in water freo from salt. Now
IDEAS FOR DRESS.
Black silks nro preferred in subdued
Round waists aro still in favor, with
riblKin belts fastened with n largo ro
sette. Basques aro itiado longer than before,
and tho double breasted stylo is almost
Sleeves may bo covered with passe
menterie, showing that they aro different
from tho Innllce.
All tho now colors aro in tho range of
violet or purple, n color that is constant
ly growing in favor.
Printed flannel, mousseliuo do Initio
and htnmpcd cre(on aro new materials
for negliges and tea gowns.
Perhaps tho most novol of all trim
mings aro tho wido insertions without
points laid across tho front of skirts.
A surpllco blouso with wido sleeves, a
Chinese petticoat nnd Turkish slippers
is ono modiste's idea of a novel tea toilet.
Block brocades in small, set patterns
are always in demand for entire tlresse3
which aro mado up plainly for houso
Poult do Hole, tho new high luster gros
grain, is shown in plain goods nnd in
brocades for combination with wool or
silk. SoiH'jrrillo Journal.
Tho average height of tho clouds from
(ho earth is nliout ono mile.
A Milan newspaper is publishing the
Bible in 210 half penny parts of eight
In tho library at tho British museum
aro over thirty-two miles of shelves filled
Thero aro now on tho rolls tho names
of 10,507 pensioners on account of tho
wnr of 1812, which ended soventy-fivo
It is said that 80,000 strangers remain
over in Now York every night, furnish
ing plenty of business for tho 123 hotels
in tho city.
Tho dolphin and bouito aro thought to
bo the fastest fishes, und although their
speed is not known thoy aro fully capable
of twenty miles an hour.
The normal velocity of tho carrier
pigeon in calm weathor is about 1,210
yunls a minute. With a strong wind in
the direction of flight thoy havb reached
1,080 yards a minute.
Ensign's Bus, Carriage and Baggage Lines
ssi a. nth. at.
Hacks, Coupes, Landaus and Carriages
V6 hnvo n Hack In waiting at our oillcoiit nil hours, day or night, nml calls olthor
byTelonbone or In person aro Immediately answered. Hpeclal nrruugoments for suburban
trips, nlMi for shopping, visits to Htato Prison, Insauo Asylum, etc.
Stylish Carriages and Buggies,
At all Hours Day or Night.
EST Hones Boarded nnd best of care taken of all Slock entrusted to us. jgj
BILLMEYER & CO., Proprietors.
Call and Soo Us. Tolophono 435
J MOST OOMPLETEaSERVlOE
J Ever Introduced in the West !
I A DAILYj TRAINS
X "THE BTTRIIMTOI PITER,"
O Leaves Lincoln Dally nt 2:40 p.m. Arriving In Chicago Ne t Morning
nt S o'clock, makes
TVTTP1EX FASTEST TI'MEl
OV ANY LINK ItUNNINO IIKTWKKN KAST AND WKST.
Sumptuous Dining Cars I
Pullman's Finest Palace Cars !
J Train Service Unexcelled Anywhere !
J Fo Full Particulars as to Time, Rates nnd Routes, Call at the City
tr Tlciet Office, Cor. O and JTcnth Streets.
Ue 'l I'as. und Ticket Agent,
UNACQUAINTED WITH THB OEOOBAPRT Or THE COUNTRY, WILL OBTAIN
MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FHOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF
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THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND ft PACIFIC RAILWAY,
Including1 main linos, bronchos and oxtonslons East and West of tho
Missouri River. The Direct Route to and from Chicago, Jollot, Ottawa,
Pooria, La Salle, Mollno, Rock Island, in ILLINOIS Davenport, MuBcatlne!
Ottumwa. Oskaloosa, Dob Moines, Wlntorsot, Audubon, Harlan, and Council
BlufTs, In IOWA Minneapolis and St. Paul, In MINNESOTA Watortown
and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA Cameron, St. Joseph, and Kansas City, In
MISSOUBI-Omaho, Falrbury, and Nolson, In NEBRASKA-Horton, Topoko.
Hutchinson, Wichita, Belleville, Abllono, Caldwoll, In KANSA8-Pond
Creek, Klntrtlsher, Fort Reno, in the INDIAN TERRITORY-and Colorado
Springs, Denver, Pueblo, In COLORADO. FREE Rooltnlnar Chair Cara to
and from Chicago, Caldwell, Hutchinson, and Dodgo City, and Palace Sleep
ing Cars between Chicago, Wichita, ana Hutchinson. TravorBos now and
vast areas of rioa farming and grazing lands, affording the boat faotlltlea
of Intercommunication to all towns and cities ennt and west, northwest
and southwest of Chicago, and Pacific and transoceanic Seaports.
MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS,
Leading all competitors tn splondor of equipment, cool, well ventilated, and
free from dust. Through Coachos, Pullman Sleepors, FREE Rocllnlng
Chair Cars, and (east of Missouri Rlvor) Dining Cars Dally between Chicago,
Dos Moines, Council Bluffs, and Omaha, with Froo Roollnlng Chair Car to
North Platto, Neb., and betwoen Chicago and Colorado Springs, Denver,
and Pueblo, via St. Joseph, or Kansas City and Topoka. Splendid Dining
Hotels (furnishing moals at seasonablo.nours) woat of Missouri Rlvor.
California Excursions dolly, with CHOICE OF ROUTES to and from Salt
Lake. Ogderf, Portland, Lob Angolos, and San Franoisoo. Tho DIREC1
LINE to and from Plko'a Peak, Manltou, Gordon of tho Gods, tho Sanitari
ums, and Soonio Grandeurs of Colorado.
VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE,
Solid Express Trains dally between Cblcugo and Minneapolis and St. Paul.
With THROUGH Reclining Chair Cars (FREE) to and from those points and
Kansas City. Through Chair Oar and Sloopor betwoen Peoria, Spirit Lako,
und Sioux Falls, via Rook Island. Tho Favorlto Lino to Plpostono, Wator
town, Sioux Falls, and tho Bummer Resortu and Hunting and Fishing
Grounds of tho Northwest.
THE SHORT LINE VIA SENECA AND KANKAKEE offers faollltios to
truvol botween Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayntto, and Council Bluffs, St.
Joseph, Atchison, Leuvonworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and St. Paul,
ror'iioKets, aaaps. I'oiaurs.or uosiroa lniormauon, 'ipply to any Tlokot
tlco in tho United Statos or Canada, or addrosu
F. ST. JOHN,
Finest in the City
M St, opp. Masonic Temple,
City 1'iihs. und Ticket Agent,
OHIOAQU, ILL.. Qen'l Ticket ft Pan. Ar,e;.
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