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'Hw",' TnE COCONETO WEEKLY STJ2T: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1891.
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THE HISTORY COHPAHY,
3 aiiirUct 'lireli "mi rrnii.te. Oil,
.Iui.1 publlslied lias tal.ni ilu count rj by
storm J rcbi all others !-i opiil:irlty and
(.isi'iuutine Interest combining all tli.it is
Mijnp-unil m.irtelous In the miniiN oftlie
past l'be title.
sounds (lie kcjiiote rt It pliiiirimeni.l wu
re 'rii'llIiiwT.ilesof tliB.-ea. Kxtiloltn of
!), 1!'K c:mii-i. The Teirlble hra of (lie
lllai k liar Arltentiinw nt the Court ofilie
Itliu.iof ra1n.11. I'lie VojiiA of V.isco le
(nm. I In I'oiu.iiitlc Storj of the ConmiMt
ofilie itwst, etlrrln Atltvntuns with -Iib
fataisi and liiii.Slml Itacfs of tliu KHitb
l'.irltlc The URondof tlieiHS-tral "lilp etc
iirlllln il eiu'r.itlnssnf i.i . I)"jutj-, lnlu(
liu iltellko fuc slinllie- n oil colors from
authentic liMortutl sketches iuruailiiKull
lin'tlojsi-ffoitsnt plctuivado iiiiiin(.
mM.im vc- 7 nl riucli an niipor-
UsJJN .1 ;V ii. i. iimiitj formonoy
tis.ll) X i.innot In- had twice in tt lifetime.
Nona In what) 011 mat hate on hand secure
an ujiiict for tills Rit.it new IhxiK. Abso
lutt.i 'in 1 xporluiier iiilred. us etery otlici
iiinu mutt ibis h,xU. .1 ' 11111 xpeelal plan
liis'l.i i U'f'ss ltenntit.il ain.ivsliijfoutlit
1 1 -1 1,1 Usi IM' ' 1 11'? Tlil!lcrf 'I' V "K
Is a ii iniul. 1 11 siicccv. nli wlioiii, n ss
iliilck. wllh older for mil lit.
THE HISTORY COMPANY,
THE HISTORY BUILDINC,
723 Marks! Street. San Francisco, Cal.
Vrrj Goo 1 -!CeioiiH.
"I.oW of rooI fnnuinjr land in thli
countrj,'' said the flrol stranjrel- in tho
tipolo?y for a hotel in u little Missouri
1 'Vus?" qtiuploil tho bocontl atningcp
with t yuwn.
"Sure It's Iho imt time l'o been
in Ihh section, ititl co.ihln I hylp no
tlclns It. bploirt'il ciopi could hi
raised heto " Tho tlwt strangor was
It would 1 com so.1 Tho second
fctiunjtT ynwncd ncniii.
liiat'thoy don't Icaap ths farms up;
thoy iiPS'lcct thom t.'of lly. They're,
satisliod to malco ub.no living und
Jiurdl do that, ' coat nued tho iirat
;'l'fo nollicd it '
"TIjo fiu'inn mont worth much (i
they are nou, ! tit It seems to mo they
could ho made vniuuhlc "
'Jli y uj-.,lil,e. '
"I Mhould think it wou'd he a ,'ood
Investment for un t orprlsltil? man."'
' fit would ho." JJ;'t
''J lien w!i,' do'.- l'l isomobody try
"I hiivo." . J n
" hat wa tho inr.lter?'' M
XiitivtsJ wotrd 1 1 o 1 bectuVo they
yrero loo lnxy 10 mo;o :twntv. And
Htran.er. Ifllir, .rrtiMitty long
I'd bo ,'nnl alio it fl' i 1 ivy." Chi
ciiro '1 1 bane.
ISlft Cti'sC M
olephnnt, Old . h't
lnf I iJisoify, iin
V nui' Uipciiiuatl
,-ll 'ovviif shpt
?M X -ffod. and
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"When not properly cared for, loses
its lustre, becomes crisp, harsh, and
dry, and falls out freely with every
combing. To provent this, tho best
and most popular dressing in the
market is Ayer's Hair Vigor. It
removes dandruff, heals troublesome
humors of tho scalp, restores faded
and gray hair to its original color,
and imparts to it a silky texture
and :i lasting fragrance. Uy using
this prepaiation, tho poorest head
of hair soon
and beautiful. All who liato onco tiled
A j it's Hair Vigor, want no oilier dressing.
(Liluralth Si gtarks, Druggists, Sharon
Urotc, Ky., tulle: "We bellete Ajcr's
Hair Vigor to be the best preparation or (lie
kind. 111 tho market, and sell mure of It than
of all otheis. No drug stole Is complete
without a supply of It."
"I have used A)er's Hair Vlgoi with
great benefit and know scleral other per.
sons, between 40 and SO jears of age, who
liato experienced similar good results from
the useof this preparation. It icstores giny
hair to Us original color, promotes 11 licit
grow th, git cs lustro to (lie hair, and cleanses
(ho scalp of dandruff." Ucruardo Ochoa,
A number of other preparations without
any satisfactory result, I find that Ajcr's
Hair Vigor Is causing my lialr to grow. '
A J. Osment, General Merchant, Ibdlan
Head, N, W.T.
"Ajcr's Hair Vigor Is (ho only prepara
(I011 I could ctcr find (0 remoto dandruff,
cure Itching humors, and prevent loss of
hilr. I can confidently recommend It."
J. C. Ilutler, Spencer, Mass.
"My wife bclictcs that the moncj spent
for Ayer's Hair Vigor was the besl Intcst
ment she ctcr made, It has given her so
much satisfaction." James A. Adams, M.
er9s Hair Vigor
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all IiniRirliti and t'rrfuineri.
The Myaterlou Illperlento of a United
A. L. Clmtfield, of tho Indianapolis
Drug Company, was in tho Unltod
Status Navy sovoral yearn, and cruised
in ovory boa.
Tho oxporicuco that left tho most
lusting impression on mo was ono I
hnd with ghosts, " said ho to an In
dianapolis Nows reporter. "Now, I
do not beliovo in ghosts for ono min
ute, but tho c.xporicnco I had is ono I
am not ablo lo explain away. Thero
is hardly a day of my lifo that I do not
think of it We stopped at a Moxicon
port nnd hadn't boon thero very long
boforo wo learned that tho natives
tvero very much excited over a haunted
houso that stood off by itself in a lone
ly part of tho town.
'All tho bravo men In tho placohad
vlsttod tho houso to hear tho ghosts,
und tho oxporlenco was such that no
ono could bo induced to go back tho
second tirao. Tho second mato of our
ship nnd I dccldod to investigate the
ghosts. Wc firmly beliovod that some
ono in tho placo wns slipping into tho
house nnd making tho strnngo noises
that wero roportcd as bolng hoard.
1 ho m ito was a man who did not know
fear aud wo ngrcpd that wo would go
proparod to kill tho first ghoet that
tnado its appearance.
"Wo prepared for tho expedition by
cleaning and loading four good rovolv
ors and by providing a dark lantern.
In tho aftornoon wo went to tho houso
and examined it carefully for secret
entrances. Every foot of floor and
wall was oxaralncd. and wo saw that
tho doors wero all sccuroly bolted on
tho inside, oxoept tho ono to which
w.e had a koy. Soon after dark we
went to tho houso and made a second
examination, and found it as we had
left it in tho aftornoon. Wo thou took
our seats In tho front room, with our
faces toward an open door leading into
another room. Tho house was rjulet
"Tlio nato held tho dark lantern,
with tho slldo on. and wo each held
revolvers In our hands. After wo had
been thero porhaps a half an hour wo
heard a nolso liko ono makes in slightly
pulling a chair nearer tho table. A
moment later tho chair In tho rooiq
which wo wero facing seemed to bo
picked up and sot down again. Then
wo heard footsteps, and protty soon
tho loom resounded with nolsoi. Tho
scaut furniture, it seemed, was beiug
thrown poll mell, and tho racket bo
" 'Now Is our limo,' said the mato
in a whisper. At that ho turned on
tho dark-lantern aud sprang Into tho
room. Tho moii.ent wo colored it tho
nolt os ceased and It was vacant. Jioro
than that, tho furniture stood just as
wo had left it Wo oxtimlncd tho
j doors ami wl'ilows, und thoy wero as
we had lo't them. Tho tloor. too. wus
oxamined, and no opening was thoro.
I Boforo wo had finished our examination
noises began upstairs and in other
rooms. Adozon men with heavy boots1
scorned to bo rumilng up and down the
stairway. l ltn our uiii'K-lt.ntorn wo
ran upstairs and through tho sovoral
room", but could see nothing. .
I Whenover wo would cntui a room
tho notbos would seem lo bo In tho not
room or nil over the house," for that
matter, except In thtit qngj-oqin. To
make tlio story snort wo remained in
tho houso until daylight nnd tbo
noises continue 1 til. nigh'. Wo chased
from ono room to another until wo
wero almost completely exhausted, and
not onco did wo catch sight of any
living nbjocl, Wo couldn't have bcn
mistaken lu the uo'soi. It couldn't
ltnvo been ltutiglnnllo ). ior nolthoi' of
us wns p-;citod or fr ? toned. Th no
'. ..........j it.,ir, 111 ,. ,1 run mtnim i.ti,
m.tde n 'he houso, but
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f . ..!., 1.. j ,1... mm .!,.... ,., jt ,,,.. tt vti
" ion 'V s uiu liu-nivi' ."sHiltf V1 "'.
PRISONER SIXTY YEARS.
An Italian llrlnnnd l.lberttrd Af(i- n
Reoontly after sixty years of impris
onment, part of which was rassod in
tho prison hospital, tho Ital.an bri
gand chief. Domenlco Nocchln wus
llboratod, mid passod through taplfli
to Homo, whore, as hq. has no living
relative, ho was placed in an asylum,
for he suficrs from asthma aud a dls
oaso of tho leg.
This old brigand chief was born
cighty-threo years ago near Vitorbo.
whero at 1 1 years of ago ho killed tho
syndlo and his brother, a priest, bo
cause ho had heard they wanted to
have him arrested. After tho m trdor
he fled and joined a band of brigands,
leading tho llfo of n, highwayman and
house-breaker for i-onio years, during
which, ho asserts, moro than a million
francs passed through his hands
Wheu ho was at school previously
at Montcfiascono ho had been the com
panion of I'opo Loo. s. r tho I'hila.
Telegraph, and, b Ing a 00J arith
metician, was, nt 1 hat early agi- 1 udo
to teach his follow-scholars 'When
he becamo a brigand ho used to dress
like a superior oljlcor. and uiolty fre
quent the towns of Piodmont Tuscany,
&c. Of tho Neapolitan provinces,
only the AbruzzI woro favored by his
visits. It was ti sweothcait of his
who finally enabled tho ;;endarmes to
arrest him without ehoddlng of blood.
The prico that had boon pot on his
head was 35,000 francs, which tho
Ho was taken, together with llvo
companions, who wero all beheaded;
but Nocchia was bavod by 1'rinco Or
slni, prosldont of tho senate, because
whon tlio prlnco Imd ono ovening been
stoppod and robbed by the band,
Nocchia had bet him frco nud restored
all that had been taken Nocchia was
howover. condemned to prison for llfo,
but ho did not ceaso to commit crimes.
In 1811, being vexed with tho re
proaches of tho chaplain bocauso ho
refused to kneel aud kiss the crucifix,
Nocchia killed tho priest by a strat
On July 1, 18.55. ho had been itrl
tatod by a dentist failing to extract a
torturing tooth, und had treacherously
shnrponcd a largo mill nnd killed tho
dentist with two stabs. In 1BCG. hav
ing mado a complicated calculation of
nil tho oxpense of tho Crimean war
within ten days, whllo his prison com
panions had not been nblo to manngo
it in a month, ho gained n prlzo of 50
scudl from tho commanding colonel.
Twlco he tried to commit suicldo
once ti l'esaro, whero ho swallowed
a blister that had been put on ti com
panion's arm but, he said, without
result, as it was as if ho had meroly
oaton n pastry. Tho second timo ho
had cut 11 voln in his arm. but this,
THE BUDDHIST SATAN.
A Terrible I cms Latins Three Krd ami
Mh te Cyp an I I.lko Attributes.
Host Huddhistic temples in Corca,
China and Japan arc filled up with a
representation of hell according to
Orlentul ideas; especially is this truo
of tho temples nnu pagodas known as
tho "Vboduof tho Hvo Hundred Hods."
To make this hellish ido.i moru real it
is always phi'vd nt tho end of a long,
dark hall iiiinh lightod, tho uuccrtaln
flicker of tho I tups giving t emu tho
god of hell, who c black imago towers
nbovp the supon-1 borrow in tho at
titude uf ono v.noso way is absolute,
the most horrid apeot imtiginuble.
Yemti alts upon a unssive thron w ith
his pem-il in b n 1 ready to write out
tho sontcti e ' ' condemned. His
grim timbre l' t'f t .is sablesl of bablo
hues, his cjes . ro as largo as baucers,
tholr color be ny, 1 1 nly red and tvhito,
their hideous ntont ;ure not detract
ing in tho 1 i's f -oni tho dtvndful
picture even though you strugglo
to convince tourseif that iho whole
scono Is funciful and ideal. Hut,
as if general dreariness of surround
ings wero not enough to cause
tho Huddhistic dovoco to re.ilizo
tho terrors of this idea! hell Yema's
foatures are horribly distorted nnd
mnlformod. Ills monster oos of red
and whlto tiro thtee in niimbo.. his
nails nro long nnd tloud-Hke In has
hoofs, horns nnd hair, and is in irany
other particulars like tho hrit-Mnn
devil, with tho exception of t v Ited
tall. On cither s'.tto or lb god of
holl sit two figures su. posed
to keep locords of tho MiUilvrdg
of men, und in fiont. ;is tho
St. Louis Hopublic. Hits tlio owetilsoa
or, ready to cast tho coudonmi'J into
perdition. Hell itself, according to
tho Moddihts, is oven moro tonible
thun Chrlbli.in nations suppo,o It to
be. First tho wicked aro beaten inlo
a jelly; secondly, thoy tiro dragged
limb from limb, chopped to pieces
pounded in a mortar; nit Is tongue
ftnd eye aro gouged out an 1 iho bodj
sawn Oi planed Into var ou -Iripo.
In tho third stngo thoy aro b'ippo-ed
to bo beaten liko animals in tt j n, tho
fourth Is the stage of great weeping,
?nd the fifth that of 'vjurrowful la men
atlon." In tho sixth i-tago th- 1 cul;
is partly roasted. In Iho seventh the
unfortunate victim of Yomn is finve
to walk for ages oyer hills covered
with long ueedios At tho end of l'e
long nnd painful march tho cuilii'i. 1
for holl Is thrown Inlo tho botlomI.s
j pit of perdition.
Snj 11 l'!i).slclud.
'It Is best, " bays a Toledo ph. s e -u
"to rido up in tho elevator, and ',
coming down to tako tho stair- 1 t'.i
going up hill, walking upsiu'iv . f
work, nnd sometimes rUky o 1 cv i " ,
for peoplo with weak lung. ..
respiratory organs or hear di- .
But going downstairs hurt' nib f.
bu,t 13 good exerclso; going dov . 1 -.
brisk run Is really n good th-iv
shakes up the nnntomy with u 1
ring tho danger of plusictl ni . .
tlon; this slinking up a id
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The Hon. J. W. Fcnnimore is the
Sheriff of Kent Co., Del., and lives
at Dover, the County Seat and Cap
ital of the State. The sheriff is a
gentleman fifty-nine years of age,
and this is what he bayb : "I have
"used your August Flower for sev
" cral years in my family and for my
"own use, and found it does me
' ' more good than any other remedy.
" I have been troubled with what I
" call Sick Headache. A pain comes
" in the back part of my head first,
" and then soon a general headache
' ' until I become sick and vomit.
"At times, too, I have a fullnebs
" after eating, a pressure after eating
"at the pit of the stomach, and
' ' sourness, when food seemed to rise
' ' up in my throat aud mouth. When
' ' I feel this coming on if I take a
" little August Flower it relieves
" me, and is the best remedy I have
" ever taken for it. For this reason
"I take it and recommend it to
" others as a great remedy for Dys
G. G. GREEN', Sole .Manufacturer,
Woodbury, Xcw Jersey, U. S. A.
A Mlncriil Uhlcli II lately Jlocn llioil
In 1 (reproof 1'alrtU.
All indusSry of which thero is but
little tald excepting in a general way,
but whl. It is, howover, nono tho less
important is tho production of soap
stone There tiro but comparatively
few peoplo who aro familiar with tho
vntio.is features o ihls commod.iy,
aud bomo facts treating upon tho In
dustry will, doubiless. prove of in
terest. In tho firnt placo boapstone. or,
more technically speaking, steatite, is
a mineral of a soft and fioxlblo nature,
uad consisting principally of silica,
magnesia and more or loss alumina
and water. It has an oily feeling,
quite suggotlvo of a piece of wet
soap, and is of three or four different
colors, although mostly of a whitish
cast. Large quantities nro quarried
in parts of Now England and tlio mid
dle t-tatos, tho surplus coming from
I'cniisjlviinlti and New Hampshire.
Its applications aro numeious and
varied. Cotton manufacturers uso it
extensively on the sizing of rollers.
Its gieal dtiiMb lit in withstanding
oxccsslvo heat lenders it valujble in
llnintr furnaces for tho reduction of
oro by fluxes, and in lining ranges,
etc. Lately it has been used in tho
ronnufacturo of a fireproof, waterproof
nnd acidproof paini, where it gives
much satisfaction. For the preserva
tion of limestone or andslono build
ings during atmospheric changes it al
fo proves beneficial. It may bo staled
hero that In China i-omo of tho soft
blono buildings covered wlUi a paint
mi.de fiom powdoreJ soapstono have
been kept intact for centuries. In its
powd .d form it s also large v used
as a lubr.cinL rn ! as in ingtoJionl in
tho mnnufaeluro of somo kinds of
steam pack'uj Nm -ithor of its in
stances o' usefulness . i in tho manu
facture of cooking utensils and sinks
in tho preparation of hides. In the
ndullerution or loap, p..per and rub
ber, in use where hot bin is occur
ring, in pol sh'ng glass, marble, etc.,
nnd in a thousand other ways. So wo
can ti'o w hat ti 1 rauimcut position it
oce.ipio, among American industries.
During tho yeir. IS1', tciyj the
American Cultlt ator. thero tvero 12.-
71:1 tons of (hi mineral produced at a
valtto o' 2.51. 71M. It is nuthcntically
stnled that tho birth o this Industry
dbte bjck to the timo of tho American
libit ix naif. Doub.lcis t .o nse of
ton-is o o in cooking vessels wns art
idea of this race, is all along the Cal
Ifor ia coast, a-d in fact, in noarly
all pioductivo part 'f !o country.
havo bcon found i lnilstnittv ioovidencu
of u provlousovirttcni'u 'i industry.
'I he nadv cs had much ro . lflult
timo in shoplug tb.x lar.on, i fU.'Ipt
than wo nro nwuro. as ti i v 't' id
Ing the soft and flexible nn'i. '. thi
material, it must bo ivmumbeiwl 'hat
the., had to p rform tiiotr work with
tools of stone, ) arts o" antlers and
bomellmes even of wood I'rohably
tho most elabo'-ito of Cioo toupstoae
matmfueturos were pipos. whuh arc!
saal to have boon very beautiful in; '
Hlit.po nml of a mor exquisite finish.
At si place in Now York slato called,
(jouu'nu'ur is found a bpecie of soap
stone known as fibrous talc, which is
cP"cinlly valuable) as a filler in the
manufacture f tho medium qualities
of paper. Tho laic is, crushed into
small particles, ground with buhl"
stones and then place 1 In ti large iron
cylinder togothq.- with n quantity or
Hlrt pcpplu-s, vrh'ch while revolving.
lcJivo iho tsi'c Id ti tequired degreo
of fineness bv friction.
The World's S.ttiers.
According lo an eminent Gerniun
statietlclun the world has hail 2,550
kings or emperors who havo re'gned
ovor 74 peoples. Of fheso 3Q0 wero
overthrown. 64 were fo-.ccd to abdi
cate, 28 committed .u .t ti, 23 becamo
mad or Imbecile, 100 we.-o killod in
battle, 123 wero captured by tho
onomy, 25 wero tottuiod to ditb, IS4.
wei-o aastiBsInated and lOd wero ox-
A zealous boor onco remonstrated
with a Brahmin. "You don't behove
in the truo God " ho said. Tho llr.ili.
mln shrugged hfs s-houldor Yory
Ukoly." ho yiftfaaral; "but if my tint
couhln't i!ko n liotter gnllcsui t' . '
your Uod htw made, I would iMfchuuir
him fora black dog." ""
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