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TARNS A150TJT THIBET.
8T0R1ES ABOUT LIFE IN AN AL
MOST UNKNOWN COUNTRY.
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FAME. itwlUtnuaba asontnat THE
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A Section of Mliltllo A.la That lla. At
tractod Mauy Able CblueM Story Tall'
re Some lUinarkablo AcoouoU of
Strange Itoliig. In Chlu WrltlnK.
A curious collection of facts ntptct
Ing Thibet, as represented by vari
ous Chiui'M authors and travelers, has
been made by Mr. Woodville llockhill,
who hia himself explored that mysteri
ous country of middle Asia.
On New Year's day at the capital city,
Lh'asa, there iM'ginsaseacon of festivity.
One of the entertainments is called the
"Spectacle of the Flying Spirits." The
performers stretch an enormously largo
rope made of hide all the way from the
top to the bottom or Mount i'olaia; men
they fasten Krooved blocks of wood to
their chests and sail down the line like
so many swallows. On top of this same
mountain dwells the pope of the Budd
hist religion, who is called thetule lama.
Iln is also the incarnation of the cod
which chiefly protects mankind.
On tho IJOth of the month there la an
other great sport when the kiiu; of tho
devils is driven away. A priest is chosen
to play the part of the talo lama, and a
layman, selected for his wit and activity,
takes the role of the demon. Tho latter
smears his face with black and white
paint, and goes before the pretended tale
lama for tho purpose of mocking him.
Tho two have an argument on religion,
tho issue of which is finally referred by
mutual agreement to a cast of dice.
These dice are very big ones, abont
the size of apples, but the poor fiend has
no show at all m tho gamble, tor Ins uie
is blank on every side, while the lama's
baa tho highest number on each of its
faces. In Thibet, as in Christiau conn-
tries, it is always laudable to deiraud
Being beaten, tho king of the devils is
frightened and runs away, with all the
people after him, firing guns and cannon,
so that he is obliged to hide at length in
STEALING A" CROP OF BAftLEY."
a Kicltlug lUttla In tba Dark with
DanKoroa.ly Armod Thtevoa.
A daring attempt to steal a whole field
jt barley that had boon thrashed has
Been made at tho farm of J. M. Mnia
ttrd, on tho line of the Burlington ditch,
nine miles northeast of Denver. The
barley had been bugged, and the bags
rtood piled p in a field some distance
ftvm Mumfords house, Justatuusna
ftmng fellow who was taking" a short
Wt across the fields saw four men at
fork loading the sacks of barley into
two wagons that stood outside the field,
two of the men were CJirrytng the saoka
to the fence and throwing them over
Old the other two were loading the waft
ns. He soon saw that they were not
linmford's farm hands. Mumford's
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hole in tho mountain, where provisions
have previously been placed to feed him
for a few days while he remains in con
cealment. Tliero are nearly as many
demons in Thibet as there are human
inhabitants, and tho priests or "lamas"
are kept very busy exorcising tueui, be
cause otherwise they would swarm every
where and do no end of mischief.
POWEll OF TUB riUESTS.
If any one is sick or annoyed in any
way the devils are responsible, and tho
only sensible thing is to go and hire a
priest to frighten Ihem off. For this
purpose the lama reads aloud from the
nai'fd writings, blows a horn made
from a human thigh bone, beats a drum
manufactured out of two human Bkulls,
rings a bell and tells over a rosary of
disk shaped beads cut out of human
The lamas bIso do a large business in
fortune telling. Sometimes they ascer
tain the fates with barleycorns; at
others they burn sheep bones for the
same purpose or gaze into bowls of
According to one author there is a
very aatoifshing curiosity in Thibet in
tho shane of a plant that flies. It re-
sf-mbles a dog in shape, is the color of a
tortoise shell and is very tame. If lions
or elephants see it they are frightened,
"hence it is the king of beasts." There
is a kind of black doukey which can
cope in fight with the tiger. On the icy
peaks of tho Himalayas, says this imagi
native writer, there is a "snow maggot,"
resembling the silkworm in appearance
and weighing nearly a pound. It is ex
cellent to eat, but too much of it will
make one bleed at the nose.
Seventy li from Lh'asa is a convent on
top of a lull, and a great hole full of
white clay that is good to eat. As fast
as the clay is eaten more takes its place.
Behind the convent is a largo lake, and
evildoers who go near always tumble
into it. Tho ThbVtans used to cast
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and all points north, east
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.lAMKt KI'l'S .1 DO., UoinuHiPHthte t'nemltt
,IA" ' Loudon. KiiKland
Jen would have driven tho wagons into
e fields, and besides, they would bo
ry strange farm hands lndooil tnai
ould work with the desperate haste
With which tht?so men were working.
Tho young fellow went at first to
II urn ford's honso and told him of what
as going on. J. S. Foster, a neighbor
ing farmer, was called in, and soon six
Hen were got together, all armed, an
fiir-y started out ou horseback to catch
tUo barley thieves.
The night was dark and cloudy, and
at was impossible to seo any distance, but
ttiev rode iu tho direction of the place
where the barley was stacked, and soon
Aiey could hear the voices of tho meu at
work. It was impossible to see any
fliiug. and a consultation was held to try
a decide the best way to go about the
Aipturo. While the six horsemen were
fathered iu u. group, talking in low
kiues together, it flash of lightning from
tiio cloudy sky lit up the Held. It dis.
djosed a man with u barley sack upon
is shoulder not fifteen feet away, and
lose at hand tho two wagons, with thu
al her threw men at work. One of the
korsemen. almost as uniek as tho flash
kig lightning, pulled his weajsm and
uok aim, and before darkness onco more
Wd the scene a shot from his pistol rang
ut upon tho air. This was tho signal
tor a ireneral fusillado that filled the
lark uiht with flashing pistol Bhots.
The tliieves returned tho horsemen'
(ro, and the horsotnen kept it up until
tiiittir ammunition was exhausted. The
anW aim for either side was the flashing
istol shots of tho others, so that not
much damage wits done. None of tho
korsemen wero hurt. While the firing
was going on tho wagons were heard
iiiving off, tho drivers whipping up
Mieir horses in a fnrio"" wuy. It was
vident that the two men outside the
imce had fled and left their companions
to take tho consequences of their acts
When the firing ceased, the six horse-
nen made a search for the remaining
lien, but they could not bo found. They
kad fled in tho darkness. An examina
tion of tho barley bags showed that
mat manv of them had been taken, and
lie horsemen at once went in pursuit of
Ilia wairons. '
About half a mile away they lonna
tiie wagons, but the horses and men were
jono. The wagons were half filled with
sacks of barley, and a number of empty
kags were found with the marks of a
IVnver firm upon them, so that it seems
arobable that the thieves came from this
tity. The wagons are now at Mr. Mum-
ford's place waiting for an owner.
In the morning an examination was
made of the field where the shooting took
alaco. A trail of blood was found lead
hig to the fonoe, but there it was lost.
The attempted robbery alarmod the
aoighboring farmers, and an examination
was made, which resulted in the discov
ery that seventy-two sacks of wheat
which one of tho farmers had stored in a
distant field had disappeared. It is sup
posed that the thieves were the same
enes who tried to steal Mumford's barley.-
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POIJTENESS IN TU1DET.
Chinese philosophers say that manners
differ every hundred li of distance, and
customs are no longer the same every
thousand li. Thus the ways of the
Thibetans vary, but in most parts it is
usual for a woman going to Bee a priest
to smear her face with molasses. If
this is not done it is said that she is try
ing to captivate the lama by her comeli
ness an unpardonable crime. A sign
of politeness ou meeting a person is to
hold up the clasped hands and stick out
the toueue. When a man dies one-nair
of his property goes to charity and the
other half to the lamas. Uis lamuy
One of the writers quotea observes
that in case of death the corpse is tied
up with the head between the knees,
and suspended in a rawhide bag from
the rafters. A few days later it is taken
to the corpse cutter's place, where it is
tied to a post. The flesn is tnen cut on
and given to dogs and the bones crushed
in a stone mortar and made up with
grain into balls, which are also thrown
to dogs and vultures, uotn tnese mem
ods of burial are considered highly de
For small misdemeanors men and
women are stripped and beaten in the
market nlace. Great criminals are
bound with rones and whipped with raw
hide lashes. If this does not persuade
them to avow their guilt boiling butter
is poured on tlieir chests. Supposing
that they still protest their innocence,
they are suffocated with water or splint-
. . . i ;i tir....i
ers are driven unuer ineir nana. w asu
Machinery Ilaa Affected the Shoemaker
A man called a shoemaker thirty years
ago made shoes; today, except in rare
cases, he makes only a part of a shoe as
he labors in some factory guiding one or
the other of the numerous labor saving
machines, and is known as A beater,
binder, eyeleter, heeler, laster, pegger,
stitcher, trimmer, filler, cntter or dresser,
What is true of the shoemaking trade is
true of other trades. St. Louis Repub
children. They look midgets, indeed.
on those knees, high and broad, in which
two schools of chnrchmanship figur
atively meet. Is it foolish to imagine
Miat the new bishops visitations win
gain some of their power over mothers
at least through his extremely happy
intercourse with tho children? However
literally true it may be, surely the story
of Dr. Brooks going to a poor woman's
rooms and keeping tho children out ot
mischief while she went to church tells
something of his spirit. And the story
loses none of its point when one reflects
that the woman could not hear one ot
her visitor's sermons. Harper's Weekly.
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The December number for exam
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sion - The Protest of Loyal Volun
teers, by lieutenant Allen R. Koote
Foundererof the Society of Loycl
Volunteers; The Meaning of the
Democratic Victory in Massaclm
setts. by Gov. Win. K. Russell,-;
Patent Leather and Patent Calf.
While many may apply the term
"patent leather" to all kinds of enamel
leather, still, strictly speaking, it is only
used in the harness trade and in the
cheapest grade of shoes, while patent
calf is the material from which fine
shoes are made. Only the very finest
calfskins are used, the enamel being ap
plied after the skin has been through a
long course of treatment and all the
stretch taken therefrom, and is, there
fore much more durable than patent
leather, which is made usually from cow
hides. Shoe and Leather Facta.
The Allanthua Tree.
The first ailanthus trees grown in
America were brought from the far east
and planted in the garden of Bums' cof
fee house on lower Broadway, opposite
Bowling green, New York. They were
much admired by the New York beaux
and belles of seventy-five years ago,
from which the conclusion is drawn that
fashions in odors also change. Ex
change. One" Way of I'uttlug a Spell on Enemlea.
' It was a custom in the time of Catha
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and melt them slowly before the fire or
stab them with needles, in order to bring
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was called putting a spell upon them.
L. PopofT. Iu Popular Science Monthljr.
French feeling toward Oermany;.
AnotSer Conflict nbout Ilsnce- Lo-
raine IneAitable, by Cammille Pel
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Unregulated Competition self-destructive,
by Aldace F. Walker,
Chairman of the Western Traffic
Association: Women's Clubs, the
Volume and the Valud of their
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With Lord Tennison, by Sir Wil
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O There are now in progress discus
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