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A COLORED ROMULUS.
Capture of a Child Reared-by
IT WILL EAT ONLY RAW MEAT.
Impossible for one to Touch it. How
it was Caught.
Some twenty months ago a woman
living on thu banks of the Brazos luWd
her 3 month old baby from the pullet
whero eho had left It lying during an
absence of a few minutes. Search wo9
mado for tho Infant, but no tract) of it
could be discovered, and tho wholo affair
waa wrapped in profound mystery until
a few days ago. A party of gentlemen
were riding through a somewhat unfre
quented portion. of. the thick woods that
border tho river, when they were start
led by beeing a strango object run acrotu
tho road. Thinking at first sight Hint
It was a wild animal, eercral of tho
party wcro ubout to flro on it, when the
one who had been nearest to It called to
them not to shoot, but to ride it down
Instead. This was done with difficulty,
for the underbrush was thick, but at last
the creature was overtaken in a dense
copso. It was lialf running, half leap
ing, first on all fours and then nearly
Tho gentlemen dismounted and at
tempted to by hands upon it, but chat
tering frightfully and savageJy biting
and scratching, it broko away from them.
They could boo that it had a human face,
though tho brown body was covered
with long, tangled hair, and tho nails of
the feet and hands so long and curved as
to bo claws. It ran with incredible
swiftness, getting over- fallen trees and
denso masses of creepers at a rato that
obliged its pursuers to exert themselves
to the utmost to keep it in view. It fin
ally ran into an immense oak tree that
lay uprooted in the ground, and tho
hollow trunk of which formed a yawn
ing cavern. By tho dint of poking in
tho tree with sticks tho party succeeded
In driving out an old wolf, which imme
diately took to Its heels. It was not pur
sued, as it was not tho object sought.
This, too, was finally dislodged and las
soed witli a lariat mado of hides. It
bit and scratched bo fiercely tliat it was
thought advisable not to approach it, as
it was half dragged, toilf led homo with'
the, lariat obout its neck, howling 'and
yelping like a wolf.
Tho fact of tho negro woman's child
having disappeared was well known to
all, and it was decided that this must be
the child. The old wolf had evidently
stolen it and for bomo reason adopted it
as its own. The mother declared that
this conjecture was correct, claiming
that her child had had a malformation
of one ear, which peculiarity was found
in tho monster. It is kept tied up in her
cabin, suffering no one to lay hands
upon it, and is fed on raw meat, as it
refuses to touch any other food. Tho
woman has hopes that she may yet re
awaken tho human in it, but in the
meantime she is reaping a harvest from
the crowds who come daily from all
parts of tho country to inspect tho
strango creature. Sandy Point (Tex.)
Cor. Pittsburg Dispatch.
An American UuddbUt In Japau,
CoL Olcott is said to have created u
veritable furore in his recent Buddhistic
tour through Japan. At first soma ol
the Buddhist priests gavo him tho cold
shoulder. Then ho began to excito pop
ular interest, which was intensified as
ho went through tho larger provlncW
towns. At Nagoya, n largo commercOf
town between Tokio and Kioto, ho had
audiences at each lecture of about 4,000
people, and it is said that the wildest
applause everywhere greets his declara
tions that tbo closest relationship exists
between tho stable progress of tho nation
and tho maintenance of true Buddhism.
Tho Buddhists who control his tour, see
ing tho effect ho is producing, aro hur
rying him about, so that ho is delivering
orations .and lectures in three or four
different places in tho same day. He
does not speak a word of Japanese, and
his lectures aro therefore delivered, in
English and translated on the platform
by an interpreter, sentence by sentence,
as ho goes along. Vet ho arouses great
enthusiasm. Not only tho common peo
plo hear him, but also tho high officials.
In many of tho largo towns through
which ho passed special meetings were
held at times suitable to officials, at
which they wcro alono present, Home
An Ivy rtant'a Torj Sympathies.
Ono who passes by tho Old South
church theso summer days will seo a
curious sight. The English ivy which
has been slowly creeping over tho front
of tho church through tho last decade
now holds in its grasp tho old structure
whero Benjamin Franklin was baptized
and "tho tea party" was organized. Inch
by inch its tendrils havo felt their way
along its walls, until now tho growth has
even dared to attempt to hldo from view
tho big, broad slab that marks tho "dese
cration" by tho British. Tho little Tine,
planted by American hands and fed with
American sunlight and rain, has basely
tried to cover up tho tablet that marks
tho rude acts of tho English soldiery. It
seems a caso where tho proper authori
ties can intcrfero with much needed jus
tico on tho presumptuous, overreaching
plant. Boston Advertiser.
Why Sunset Coz Came Home.
But why should I dwell besido the
Bosphorus when I did not know tho Bos
phorus of my own country? What was
Bagdad to mo, when I had Bismarck
(Dak.) to see? What was Jerusalem,
when I had not visited Huron? What
was tho falls of Switzerland, when 1
must help to harness tho falls of Spo
kane? So I mado my nalttm to. tho sul
tan. I wish you had seeu njy final bow
to him. I had not met all his. family.
Ho has 400 wives, but" I found him a
genial fellow, and Very1 kind to Ameri
cans. So I camo homo, and here I am.
From a Becent Speech,
A lllc I'umpkln Vln Story.
A few days ago while the editor was i
in Covington ho was shown by Hal
Thornton, colored, whojives on a place
belonging to tho editor's mother, a pump
kin vino that is remarkable for the num
ber and size of tho pumpkins now grow
ing on it. The vins is a very largo one
andjs growing on very poor land, on the
sida of one of Georgia's famous old red
hills.and if Hal had loft the vino "alone" It
would havo covered considerable ground
and would havo borno many more pump
kins, but after the vino had "climbed"
on top of a fenco and on up into a large
applo tree, ho discovered that tho numer
ous young pumpkins wero breaking the
trcodown(thohonestold negro's lovo was
greater for apples than pumpkins), so he
cut about half of tho vino off. But the
other half of that vine is thero yet, and
thero arc soruo preUy good sized pump
kins on it.
Assisted by our "better hah wo meas
ured a fow of tho largest, and hero aro
tho measurements: One pumpkin, four
feet and eleven inches in circumference
and two foot one Inch in length; three
pumpkins four feet and one inch in cir
cumference and eighteen inches in
length, and live pumpkins threo feet and
two inches in clrcumforence and sixteen
Inches in length. Besides these thero are
qulto a number of smaller ones on the
vine. The largest: pumpkin is not yet
ripe, and when it does take on its
golden huo it will bo somo larger, and it
will bo sent to the Piedmont exposition.
A gentleman who has traveled all over
the pumpkin growing states pronounces
it tho largest ho hits overseen. Lithonia
Fien for Frog and Sparrows.
The Taot'ai at Ningpo lias issued the
following proclamation to agriculturists,
in meter of six syllables: "Frogs are pro
duced in the middle of your fields; al
though they are llttlo things they are
llttlo human bcinj in form. They cher
ish a lifo long attachment to their natal
soil, and at night they melodiously sing
in concert with clear voices. Moreover,
they protect your crops by eating locusts,
thus deserving lbs gratitude of tho peo
ple. Why go after dark with lanterns,
scheming to capture the harmless and
useful things? Although they may bo
nice savoring for your rice, it is heartless
to slay them, Henceforward it is for
bidden to buy or sell them, and those
who do so will be severely punished.
Sparrows, again, sing at their seasons
sweetly in tho trees. They aro not like
wolves, tigers or leopards, which may
tako to injuring men when they grow
largo. Why go out with nets trying to
catch them all from tbo hills and woods?
Know that for "the strong to slay the
feeble for food is the way of wild bcaitx
and rapacious birds. Resist the lust of
your mouths and bellies for savory
meats, and thus act iu unison with
heaven, which loves to preserve life.
Both theso sorts of creatures you aro for
bidden to catch from henceforth. ,l)o
not flatter youruclves that after this
warning the punishment for disobe
dience will bo mild." Now York Times.
A Tower of Diamond. I
A Tower Eiffel entirely of diamondsl
This sounds liko a dream. The reality,
however, Is not quite so dazzling as
might be expectt-d, and tho model, which
is an exact reproduction of the original
monument, gains nothing in grace and
beauty of outline to mako up for the loss
of grandeur and size As it is, however,
it is a very curious pleco of work. The
number of diamonds needed to construct
this model,-which measures thirty-nino
inches In height. Is 40,000, and they are
set in rows on the silver girders. The
only bits of color about it ore the lower
platforms, both in silver gilt in two
shades of gold, tho enameled flags at the
four corners, and tho ruby and sapphiro
set in tho lantern, which is lighted by
electricity and revolves by clock work.
Messrs. Martin, Parno & Cio hoped to
obtain admission for their jeweled tower
at tho exhibition, but it was completed
too late, so it is shown to the public in
the Rue do Sczo galleries instead. The
best time to see it is the evening, when a
clever arrangement of electrio burner
lights up tho jnwels and causes them to
sparklo and sliino Infinitely more than
in tho day time, especially the semi-circular
rows whish border the four great
archc3 and which are brilliants of con
siderable beauty. The price put upon it
Is 120,000. London Queen.
President Holmes is running smoking
cars on tbo State street cable line. That
is, he started to run them, but the women
seem to be running them now. At the
hours when tho men aro supposed to bo
going to and from the business center,
President Holmes taoked extra cars onto
tho trains, at certain intervals, and la
beled them "smoking cars." The label
was on tho outsido of the car, and was
plainly written, but the women did not
soo it, apparently. When they started
to board the car the conductor would in
form them that it was a "smoker," but
they would pay no attention to him.
When they took scats inside and saw
men smoking they would call the con
ductor and complain. His explanation
that it was a smoking car seemed to have
no weight with them, and they threat
ened to report bim. They gltred at the
smokers until the latter wero shamed
Into throwing away their cigars. Now,
tho "smoking car" is only a name. The
women havo mado the new rule Inopera
tive by their stubbornness. The only
tiling left for tho smokers is to "get to
gether" and smoko tho women out. Ev
eryman who lias attended college knows
what "smoking out" means, and if the
smokers unlto in thin movement they
can achieve their rights in spite of the
cranky females. Chicago Herald.
It has been discovered that the recent
fire in the Tomplo of Heaven at Pekin
was of incendiary origin. Several per
sons have been arrested for complicity
In tbo crlmj. The authorities have
learned that tho object of the incendiary
was to creato the idea that the fire was
an omen to warn the people against the'
introduction of railway In Chins, Exchange,
SHE CAN FISH,
How a Woman Caught a Big-
aILLING IT IN A SCIENTIFIC MANNER.
One of the
Few women Include in their auminei
outing outfit lUliing rodsaml anaxltnsivc.
selection of tackle Prominent among
the fow who do Is' Mrs. Hrownell, of
Bath. Her rods and? tackle are chosen
with special care as to quality, and aro
not carried as an' ornamental appurte
nance, but for real practical use.
Mrs. Brownell taan enthusiastic and
scientific angler. .3ho Ima tho record
this season of killing tho only, salmon
trout ever taken in Keuka lake on a six
ounco rod. Salmon trout ordlnnrily He
in tho doepest water, and tho regulation
tackle is a heavy hand lino and troll, or
a stiff rod rigged with heavy lino and a
gang of ten hooks, on which is impaled
a small fish known as tho saw belly
Tliis bait is a fish witli glittering scales,
and Is attached to the hook dead.
The rig Is known as the Setli Green
gang, Setb Green having introduced it
among tho Keuka lake flshermun. It Is
trolled, like tho spoon, in deep water
with a heavy lead attached to tho lino,
which Is let out from two to threo hun
Mrs. Hrownell was fishing for black
bass near Gibson's, using live bait She
had landed a number of bass, when she
had astriko that surprised her. Sho had
hooked tho fish, and instantly knew that
It waa not a bass she had fastened, for it
dashed furiously for the deep wnter to
ward the middle of tho lake. Although
it was an almost unheard of thing for
salmon trout to bo feeding in the water
where sho was fishing, she was con
vinced thut this was a salmon trout that
she had hooked, and she quickly gov
erned herself accordingly. Her husband
waa with her In the boat, and started
from his scat to assist her, but sho quiet
ly told hlra that she wanted to get that
fish, and consequently the best thing he
oould do was not to get In her way.
There aro fow anglers, no matter how
experienced, who could have success
fully handled, with such light tackle,
the tugging, struggling, dashing fish
that was doing Its best to tow Mrs.
Brownell and her boat out into tho lako,
but sho manipulated tho fish with such
skill that with all his strength and cun
ning ho failed to catch her oil her guard,
so that he could snap the dcMcato; line
and leader to wFi!chlaaViQ-rcd.and.
Its masterly handling alono gavo suffi
cient strength to hold htm. Tho fish
fought for half an lour, and then gavo
up. Mrs. Brownell reeled him to the
I boat, and lifted him over tho side with
her own hands.
Tho fish was a splendid specimen of
the salmon trout, and when laid out In
tho boat stretched from ono side of It to
tho other. Tho trout weighed nearly
eight pounds, and would have been a
prize that the sturdiest angler with tho
regular unbreakable salmon trout tackle
would have mado his boast for days.
Mrs. Brownell took the honor of her
catch modestly, and finished tho day by
killing a number of thumping black
boss. Ilaniraondaport Cor. Now York
A Millionaire' Floating Palae.
A strango looking craft appeared oft
the ocean front a day or two ago, being
pulled along at a slow pace by a tugboat
The fog was so dense that not oven the
many seafaring people around could
make out what It was. Somo suggested
that It might bo Noah's ark, sent here
by tho Almighty in anticipation of a
flood: others said It was tho Uoatlng pal
ace from Coney Island, and others even
mado the foolish remark that It was one
of the houses carried away during tho
Johnstown flood. It finally reached the
bar buoy on Thursday night, and yes
terday morning was brought into the
Inlet on the flood tide, when its true
character was disclosed to tho curious
throng in waiting. It Is a magnificently
appointed boat house, on tho lower floor
of which Is snugly rcstlug a very hand
some steam launch, which can bo run
out at pleasure. The name of this float
ing palace is the Falcon, and it is owned
by Mr. Alexander MacGaw, a prominent
and wealthy bridge builder of Philadel
phia. Atlantio City Cor. Philadelphia
A Feline St. Bartholomew.
A terrible carnago of cat ha been
organized at Corbell, not far from Paris.
Two persons living in tho town were bit
ten by a local "tabby," which was de
clared rabid by a veterinary surgeon,
whereupon tho destruction of the town
pussies en masse was decreed by tho in
habitants. It Is to be hoped, however,
that the good people who have organ
ized the massacre will be brought to
their senses before they pavo tbo way for
a plague of rats and mice, a contingency
to which their present wild and extraor
dinary conduct would seom to point In
the meantime the victims of the "rabid
cat" havo started for M. Pasteur's labor
atory in Paris. Paris Cor. London Tele
graph. Kew Way ol Propelling- a Boat.
Samuel L. Farmer, of Henderson, Jef
ferson county, N. Y., has invented a
boat which, he claims, can b rowed
faster than any now in use. Only one
oar is used, which Is thrust through the
middle of the boat, somewhat after the
fashion of a ccnterboard. The boat is
propelled by working the oarbackward
and forward. The leverage obtained is
enormous, and the inventor says that a
small boy in his boat can beat a profes
sional oarsman In a shell. Exchange.
Two Queer Calve.
Two, bovinefreaka.have appeared in
this -vicinity recently.. S. Landman has
a calf without' UU or ayes, and Robert
Jones ha another, that ha tho skin of
an elephant and no 'Hair on its body,
ttr.-.lt... tuA nit?' "
IJIuiiiniiri. Aro Up.
Diamond ilcalem in Maiden lane and
John Hlroct ar watching every move
ment of tho market with sharp eyes.
Their wares have been advancing stead
ily in value for four months past, and
prices show no hign of any falling oft.
"On the contrary," said a well known
Maiden lane Importer, who has just re
turned from Europe, "1 found the Lon
don market very stiff and uppish in tone.
As is generally known, tho output of the
African' diamond mines Li controlled by
what Is known as the Amalgamation,
which is u sort of diamond trust, and
threo London firms, Jules Porges, Bo
luto Brothers and Julius Kohn, handle
tho greater portion of the uncut dia
monds that conio to that market They
havo restricted tho output to suit 'them
selves, and as a consequence many of
.tho Amsterdam cutters and polishers are
running with reduced forces, while some
of tho smaller shops have closed up al
together. "The market's firmness may bo judged
by an Incident which occurred in Lon
don just before I sailed. I was in the
office- of a largo diamond firm, trying to
get somo stones suitable for my trade,
when an outsider, that Is, a man not in
tho trade, came In and purchased a par
cel of medium stones, welglilng from
ono to three carats, and valued at 6,000
or 7,000, for whioh ho paid cash down.
Ho had tho stone wrapped up, and put
them back in the firm's safo to await a
riso in tho market I also know of many
American dealers who went over this
spring to buy from $50,000 to $100,000
worth of stock who havo returned with
only half the stones they intended to
purchaso, and some camo back with
oven less than half."
Diamonds aro, as a matter of fact,
from 20 to 25 per cent higher today than
they wero four months ago, when tho
market began to feel tho manipulations
of the diamond trvst Tho trust is evi
dently a success, and if diamonds keep
on going up engaged couples may have
to lx content with other gems. Now
Uurer Thing on Jlonnt Lyell.
Thomas Albright, tho well known
Prescott prosector, Informs The Index
that "grand eights have been seen"
around Mount Lyell during tho past two
weeks. All through the present season
It lias been noticed that the glacial
streams, flowing from beneath the great
ico field Which have been trickling in
measured volumes for thousands of years
havo increased so as to become respec
tables creeks in many instances. This
could not bo accounted for, as the heat
of tho sun is probably no more Intense
than it has been many times before.
Possibly tho phenomenon may be ex
plained by recent occurrences. Within
"the pSst raonlh"ngu1aVllghtsrBSd glows"
nave ncen noticed along ins uprwr edge
of tho ice, the towering bare cones gleam
ing phosporcscently amid the gloom of
Each morning following a display of
this kind smoko is seen issuing from
under tho ice in intermittent streams, as
if ejected by some force acting beneath.
At times the whiffs aro sharp and sud
den from a dozen or more places at the
same time, accompanied by a red dust
which settles on tho glacier and discolors
it in blotches of many acres.
It Is believed, as Mr. Albright says,
tliat tho mountain Is "alivo and work
ing," nnd that the jK'nt up forces within
aro struggling to mako a vent Tho
glacier Is about two miles in length and
a mile in width. Its depth In places,
judging from tho profile of tho moun
tain, which is 13,000 foet in height, must
bo enormous. Perhaps old Pluto has re
sumed operations in his laboratory and
Is endeavoring to throw out tho great
mass of ico which plugs his chimney.
Lyell has been dead to all appearances
for countless ages over since the time,
in tho forgotten past, when', by somo
cataclysm, tho whole continent was cov
ered by an ice cap several thousand feet
In thickness. Maybo the old hill is try
ing to reassert itself and demonstrate to
the world that it still has latent life.
Health In Tenements.
It has always been accepted that In
cities tho death rato in tenement houses
is greater than the general death rate.
This belief has recently been contro
verted, as far as New York city is con
cerned, by a careful analysis of tho re
turns mado to tho health department
It was found that last year tho general
death rato per 1,000 inhabitants was
20.33, whilo tho death rato among tene
ment dwellers was 23.71. Beyond this
it was found that tho death rato in largo
tenement houses is less than in tho
smaller ones. Tho chief reason for this
difference of mortality to tho advantage
of tenement houses is attributed to the
exercise of tho plenary power of the
board of health In regard to them In
both construction and appointments
during recent years, whilo tho construc
tion and appointments of the hitherto
supposed to bo tho most healthful class
of houses havo been left to the intelli
gence of tho architects and tenants, ex
cepting a general compliance only with
tho plumbing laws. Boston Herald.
Dlsconracluc the Whittling llablt.
In New Haven they are determined to
discourago tho practice of whittling pub
lio'buildings. A prisoner in tho lockup
climbed up a ventilator shaft and cut
away a number of slats, only to be
nabbed by the- vigilant watchman.
Brought before tho magistrate ho was
fined $20 and costs for damaging the
building, in addition to receiving the
penalty for tho misdeeds that brought
him into tho tolls of tbo law. Boston
Seventy-three years ago Mrs. Sally B.
Weeks Bucknam, then a blushing bride,
went to housekeeping hi a snug farm
houso on the west slope of Mount Pros
pect, N. IL Tho other day in this same
house, whero sho has lived over since,
sho celebrated her one hundredth birth
day, and was strong enough. to receive
not only her children, grandchildren and
STeaL-crrnndchllilren.' but nlsn n lnr
number of her frtends and acquaJntanots.
Cliff Dwellings, Etc
D. J. BRANNEN, Agent,
Finest Billiard Rooms In Town
Finest Brand of.. ...
I'ollte and gentlemanly
cordfd to our patroux.
J. J. DONAHUE.
W. G. PIENRY, Prop'r.
Courteous and picrupt attention given to
Manufacturers svad Dealers in
Flooring, Siding, Molding, Rustic, Shingles,
Lath, Bridge Timbers, Sawed and Hewn Cross
Ties, Piling, Mining Timbers, Car SIUb and
D. M. RIORDAN, Manager,
T. A. RIORDAN, Assistant Manager,
F. W. Si:SS0N, Treasurer,
FAMILY GEOOERrSS A SPECIALTY.
Keeps tho finest brands of Wines, Whiskies
Milwaukee Beer Always on Hand.fe
Office and Store south
EAILEOAD AVENUE; FLAGSTAFF, AEIZOHA.
Having opn2d tb aboy Houn I will Spare No Paln to mako it '
Leading Hotel oif Arizona.
ROOMS BY THE DAY,
Also Dining Room attached,
market affords is
iT. J. COLTER,
Ail the Fashionable and Latest- Style i o
MADE TO ORD'ER.
A Good fit Guaranteed.
Tweeds and Corkacrewfl.
t3sfA Select Line of Imported Good '
always ou hand. ' ' , "'-'
Livery, Feed and Sale.
Best of Driving and Saddle
Horses for Hire.
A. C. MORSE, - Proprietor.
M. J. RIORDAN,
1ST I IV,
Which is Imported by tho Oar Load.'
aide of Railroad Depot,
WEEKOR MONTH. -
where nothing but the bcktvthp
served to our guests.-
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