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THE DAILY CAIltO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKNINtf JUNE IS, 1881.
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IE STATKS3I KN WHO TALK.
i'ccullarities of Nmne of tlio Con
Tho London Truth has been niiwsins
itself and its readers by noting some of
Uio peculiarities of prominent men m
public life in England. Tho great nieti
iti this country have their peculiarities
as well n3 thoso of other countries. Au
I, our in tho Houso will demoustrato
that fact to nny closo observer. For
instnnco, it is not an uncommon thing
to seo a member of tho houso, while in
Jn's seat, scratch his head, clean and
rare his nails, run his hands through
nis hair, tickle his car with a feather,
or do any abseut-niinJcd trifle which
might seem out of place elsewhere.
lvoagan, of Texas, for instance, tho
ex-postmaster general of tho Confeder
acy, is never at his best unless ho has
a short string, with tho ends tied to
gether, with which ho may employ his
nands, pulling and twisting and work
ing it after the "cat's-cradlo" fashion.
If lie does not have tho string, his next
elioico is soiuo looso pieces of paper,
which ho tears into bits, scattering
them about him until tho floor in his
vicinity looks as though a sort of bliz
zard had struck it.
Hewitt, of Is'ew York, has a queer
I'.ibit of crossing his legs when ho talks,
lio usually gets into an aislo between
: tin scats, and,-nutting It is hands on a
lfk at each side of him, crosses his
is as ho stands. When he gets
.".trmed up ho can stand with his legs
osscd without holding on to tho desk,
dgo Kelly, who is tho central figure
: tho republican side, does not talk
. ich nowadays. Ho is getting pretty
and recognizes this fact. Tho last
.mo ho made a speech in tho houso ho
,,1'gan by saving that ho did not know
vhethor or not Ids strength would bo
.iflicient to carry him through. Ho
h:is a.wondorfully strong voice for ono
at his slight physique, and can mako
nimsolf heard in every corner of tho
; -reat hall.
"Tom" Heed, of Maine, who sits
in ar Kelley, has a very iucisivo niau
i.cr, and is probably as much at homo
("I his feet us any other man in tho
uuso. He is never thirriud. Ho is
not an orator, and does not indulge
HKich in gestures when ho speaks; but
I is antagonist is usually glad when he
-is down. Ho has a way of saying cut
iing things, and can bo severe as well
ui witty when occasion requires. Trunk
Kurd, of Ohio, has a curious manner
f flinging his arms out at right angles
vith his body, giving him tho appear
ance of a liyiiig-machino. Ho walks
ith a cane usually, ono leg being con
siderable shorter than tho other, and
liuds a difficulty in standing without it
mi any other occasion than that of
speech-making. When ho gets wanned
up in his speech, however, ho forgets
":ine and leg and everything else, and
mo way Lis arms lly is a caution to
liioso in reach of them. Holman, "tho
objector," seldom strikes out from the
shoulder in making his gestures, as do
most orators. Nearly all his gestures
are simply by the motion of tho hand,
or at least of tho arm, from the elbow
down. Ho has a very funny way of
checking up his sentences, spectacles
iti hand, with a chopping motion of tho
riht hand, which is rather amusing to
i io observer, but quito annoying to tho
iTitleman who wants to get a little
biil through and cannot because of llul
Hewitt, of Alabama, is a queer-look-in;;
man at best, but when he is mak
ing a speech ho certainly presents a
very peculiar appearanco. He has a
way of pinching up his hand as if it
woro half full of salt, and of stretching
it out, in making gestures, as if he were
trying to drop some of tho salt on tho
bird's tail, and of then drawing it back
quickly as if his lingers had been prick
'!. General Tom lirown, of Indiana.
never began a speech in liU life unless
win iiands wcro rammed down in his
'ji-oochos pockets, and ho never t:ikes
njoro man one 01 tiieru out at a time
:or purpose of gesticulation. Hut it is
i no greatest and only Helford who has
iuo most peculiar way of his own in
addressing tho Houso. Ho was never
tiown to stand by his own dek. Ho
always takes possession of the aislo
R'ljoinlng, and sometimes ho traverses
two or ihreo aisles in tho cour30 of his
yematks. Uullord uses arms, lo.es.
lunm. coat-tail,, and, iu fact, every
atailaoio adjunct to oratory; and thus
t is, perhaps, that ho attracts bo much
ttontion. It has so often been remark
ed that his speeches sound much better
man mey read. In tho senato thero
aio quite ns many peculiarities, conv
pnratively, as in tho house. A visitor
to tho gallery of tho senato may often
near mo rattling of a bunch of kevs on
itie noor. ilo may be suro that cither
iJen Uarnsou, of Indiana, or Senator
Hoar, of Massachusetts tiro sitting
quietly m their seats. Hoth of theso
gentlemen seem to bo best able to un
ock thoir thoughts by rattling their
t alistltJS3 way. Senator Groomo,
of Maryland, has a great way of whirl
ing his chair around so that his back
is toward tho presiding ollicer; thus ho
will an nila r,aJ or l;ilk) op J(,r for
som, a handsome man; by the way
Syawvor J VaJlC8 Bal,,!r Senator
,aJ7?-' HC0D"1 Passes his ro
tund hguro against tho door-jamb and
drums on the sides of tho wills when
he ULesitating between his duties on
the floor and comforts in tho clonk
room. Logan is kept pretty busy some
times pushing his raven hair back out
of his eves, and Kdmunds, when occu
pying tho chair and in the slow pro
gress of a dull debate, trims his miiU
to keep from going to sleep, and then
ncarcoJy succeeds. Wa.ihinjton Letter
to (he JJaltitmre American.
Tlio Trail of the Sea-Serpent.
Wo might naturally expect to look
for Boa-monsters iu tho tropics, but
hero wo find that tho creature which is
called tho sea-serpent has invariably
been seen in northern latitudes, nnd
always in tho summer or autumn. Its
sizo is tolerably uniform, wonderfully
so, indeed, considering tho great diffi
culty of estimating tho length of any
animal in tho sea. The color is invari
ably tho same; those who saw only tho
upper surfaco taking it to be a black or
blackish-brown, and tlioso who saw
tho undersurfaco describing it as white.
Those who saw tho eyes describe them
as prominent, and on tho upper part of
tho head. Tho duration of each ap
poaranco above tho water is tho samo
throughout. Tho speed is given as tho
same, that is, live or six knots per
hour, and evory ono seems to have
nolicod tho foam or spray thrown up
before it, and tho wako left behind it.
Had the narrators wished to extol tho
dangers which they had run in encoun
tering so dreadful a monster, they
would havo reported it as iieroo and
irritable. Hut, ou tho contrary, all
agreo in stating that it is n perfectly
harmless creature, and that even when
it appeared to bo attacking a boat it
turned off short and changed its course,
impostors would havo armed its mouth
with frightful teeth, whereas not only
teeth are not mentioned, but tho Prin
cess, was so closo to the animal that tho
passengers looked into its open mouth,
and could ascertain that no teeth wcro
visible. All agreo in tho character of
tho undulating movement; i. c, that it
is vortical, aud not lateral. Tho only
discrepancy is that between the ac
counts of Mr. Lawronco and Mr. Was-
son. liut tho former saw nothing but
tho head and shoulders, whereas tho
latter saw nothing but tho back. Both
narrators agree in tho color and tho
speed, botli carefully refraining from
tho slightest mention of any detail
which they did not seo.
iNext comes tho (iiicstion: U hat can
this thing bo? It is quito certain that
it does not correspond with any con
temporary animal at present known to
zoologists. Mr. Arthur Lawrence of
fers a sn"restion that it may possibly
bo a surviving l'lesiosaurian, an idea,
by the way, which was ingeniously
used by the lato Lord Lytton in his
Coming Knee. Tho distance, however.
between tho great saurians which are
now only known by tiieir lossu re
mains and those of tho present day is
too wide to bo bridged bv a survivor.
But though not a surviving saurian,
it mav be a survivor of some group of
animals which is on the verge of ex
tinction. In the first place, it cannot
bo a serpent, as tho peculiar move
ments which have been described can
not bo performed by a serpent; tho
structure of tho vertebras prohibiting
There nro plenty of sea-serpents,
none of them measuring moro than a
few feet in length and all have the tail
flattened sideways, so that they undu
late through tho water, just as an eel
does. Tho monster in question how
ever, undulates up and down, "like a
caterpillar." Now, tho only marine
animals which possess this power nro
those belonging to tho whale tribe.
These, as is seen from the structure
of their vertebne, can undulate up and
down, but not sideways, tho projec
tions on either side of each vertebra
interlocking with tho vertebra immedi
ately behind it. Now, suppose that
there might bo a much-elongated ceta
cean, being to tho rest of tho whales
what tho eels aro to tho fishes, tho
creature would behave exactly as our
sea-serpent behaved. Every movement
of the creature is cetacean. Tho habit
of pushing tho head out of the water is
listinctly cetacean, tho sperm-whales
being much addicted to this custom.
The caterpillar-like bend of tho body
is also cetacean, and may be witnessed
any day when a school of porpoises
curve their graceful courso over tho
waves. Tho sudden rising of tho body,
as described by Mr. Wasson, is also "a
cetacean characteristic. Tho whales,
when their lungs aro inflated, are a lit
tlo lighter than water. But they pos
sess tho power of contracting their
wholo bodies, so that they can sink
liko stones, a property which is ex
tremely exasperating to tho whalc
fishers. When they relax the muscu
lar apparatus by which this object is
effected, the body resumes its former
sizo, becomes lighter than water, and
surges to tho surface, exactly as de
scribed by Mr. Wasson.
Tho unexpected harmlessnos.s of so
powerful a creature is another charac
teristic which, fortunately for man, be
longs to the whales, creatures which
never attack but under exceptional er
cumstances. Thero are manv whal
now known to science, some of tho
being much more slender than other.
It is certain, moreover, that thero aro
many which aro vet unknown.. U.
II oo(t in June Atlantic.
Thirty millions of people within tho
our larger States, and who
shall say Unit high-water is yet rciteh
ed? Everything betokens a race still
n us y uutii, still on tho road to empire.
1 hit full I . I ...... 1 ... 1 .1 . I '
luu-uioodiHtliess. 1 10 Pir.-i. f..t
and hands, the prominent canine teeth
the stomachic and museuhr robust
ness, the health of tho women, the sav
age jealousy of personal rights, the
swarms upon swarms of children and
young people, the delight iu tl.o open
a:r and iu athletic sports, the love of
danger aud adventure, a certain morn
ing Ire.shtiess andyouthfuiiiess in their
look, as if thoir food and sleep nour
ished thetu well, as well as a cer
tain aiiimality and stupidity, all in
dicate a people who have" not v t
sl:.eun.d speed or taken in sail.
Neither tiic land nor tho race shows
any exhaustion. In both thero is yet
the li'e-d.i.css and fruitfulness of a new
country. You would think tho pcoplo
had ju-l c mo into possession of a vir
pu soil, 'ihere is a pioneer hardiness
and fertility about them. 1'amilies iti-eie:i-e
jis in our early frontier selllo-
U ei,',.. J. Iiii Jltu rmniLi in ILr M,i
Tho album of tho Bank of England in
which specimens of counterfeits aro
preserved has three notes which passed
'rough the Chicago lire. Though
they aro burned to a crisp, black nsh,
tho paper is scarcely broken, and tho
cugraving is a8 clear as new.
PI1118O8 of Frontier Life.
. Rathdrum, tho Idaho town which
has sprung into most importan.jo since
last fall, will bo tho natural point of
departuro from tho. railroad to tho
mines, though it is most deplorably
dull just now, and it will tako a revi
val of' tho excitement to bring it back
to tho condition upon which it cam a in
to being and blazod with saloons, lodging-houses,
gamblers and pack trains.
When it began to bo known as the
nearest railroad point on tho way by
lake and river, a lot of fellows moved
over from Bozemnn and other Montana
towns. Thoy came, bag, baggage, bot
tle, mistress, and fiddler, amf things
hummed for awhile. 1 was there aud
saw somewhat of it at its flood tide,
when the last sound beforo dropping to
sleep at night was tho click of chips
and tho first step out of doors in tho
morning landed one's foot on a dis
carded queen or jnck. Then it was
snowy and lively; ten days ago it was
muddy and dull, and so it is now. Tho
stages run regularly from Kathdrum to
Cu'iir d'Aleno City, the boad-landing,
ImUt was my good fortune to meet
Maj. Canby, of tho garrison, and rido
with him iu a comfortable ambulance.
It is a matter of an hour aud a half
from Kathdrum to tho fort, and hero
may be found two separate and dis
tinct phases of lifo the former army
post and a new town adjoining, which
has grown in three mouths, feed on tho
distending but uuhoalthy nourishment
of a mining excitement. The garri
son, under command of Gen. Wheaton,
is occupied by livo companies, and with
the officers aud thoir families, tho sol
diers, the school, and tho little theater,
it is a beauty spot, whero ono full of
talk of tho outside world is more than
welcome to blazing lires, good beds,
aud a premium table. Ou the other
hand, tho new town is a jumble of
rough houses and tents. It was the
good fort uno of ono Tony Tubbs to bo
upon tho laud where this new city now
stands. Tony had been a waiter on
steamboats and had been cuffed about
tho world a good bit for something liko
thirty-live years beforo ho blundered
into this piece of good luck and was
enabled to wear largo seals on his
watch-chain and a suit of iiigger-miu-strel
velveteen, but ho has arrived thero
now and ho enjoys it. Ho has a hotel
that is making money, and a red, white
and blue bar-room, whero lie can sit
and gamble tho money away at stud
horse poker. If ho sits near enough to
the dealer he may get back a percent
age. C'w. Hun Francisco CironkU.
Tho bearings iu a bicydo aro per
haps more to bo admired than any sin
gle part. Instead of allowing tho axlo
to slide round in its bearings, hard
steel rollers or balls aro introduced,
so that tho parts which aro pressed to
gether roll over and do not slido upon
one another. Anyone who has trod
den on a roller or marblo must havo
found in a possibly unpleasant man
ner the great difference between rolling
and sliding friction. I can now give
for the first time tho result of an ex
periment only completed this morning,
which shows the extraordinary perfec
tion to which this class of work has at
tained. I havo observed how much a
new set of balls which I obtained direct
from tho well-known maker, Mr. Brown,
has lost in weight in traveling 1,01)6
miles in my machine. Every -'U0 miles
I cleaned and weighed tho balls with
all tho care and accuracy that tho re
sources of physical laboratory will per
mit. Tho set of twelve, when new,
weighed 25. 804' JO grm. After 1,000
miles they weighed :'5. 80088 gnu., tho
loss being 1112 mgrm., which is equal
to 1-20.8 grain; that is, in running
1,000 miles each ball lost 1-250 grain.
This corresponds to a wear of only
1-158,000 inch off tho surface. At this
rate of wear D.12 mgrm. per 1,000
miles tho balls would lose only 1-34.3
of their weight in traveling as far as
from here to the moou. S'ature.
Thursday Evkmso, Juuc 12, 1884.
The weather continues unsettled and
there is prospect of more rain.
The wet weather is linking farmers un
easy for the safety of the wheatcrop, which
is o lkTwi.se ixccllent through this section
up to tho present time. Hnrvcst will bo
commenced next week in earnest if the
weather should lie favorable.
The river is rising fast but will not be
hieji enough to do any f-ptcinl damage.
I'LOUH Urichanued and very quiet.
Stocks are fair and demand light.
HAY Plenty i, Hiring but no buyers.
Prices arc sh'idcd.
CORN Choice cuitir.ues fcearec and in
OATS The snpply is g od and market
dull and easy.
MEAL Sternly and firm at quotations,
liHAX In good supply and moderate
BUTTEK Overstocked and drugging.
LUGS Scarce mid in good demand.
K'Ceipts are light.
( lHCKKNS-l'lenty Mid dull; only
choce in goil condition will stll at any
! KITT Tleceipfs of Btnr.vberr.es are
falling ff. IVache", ru-pbeirics couio in
siowly r,nd find niuly ss le.
Sales and Quotation.
NOTJt. The ;.r!rex tioro given are lor mile Oem
uir-i iini.u in roann lnt. An anvnno; 'b
Clmrife(llurlirtik ii Intv in llilina :rti- in.
1 OMils extra Fancy
' Iilils vnrlous i-rMd?B
loo Kami y
loo bbls I'ancv
2iO bbls choice
4cirs Kilt, cile small !alo ,
2 cars prime,
1 car red top mUi il
a cirs oerrlp.i Timothy '. ',
'i curs choice maud
3 .vvjfO no
4 cars choice white mixed In bulk.
B ears choice mlxi'd In bulk
2 cars chclce white Iu bulk
i can In bulk
4 care choice Northern In hulk..
No. 8 Red, pur liu
No. 't Medituranuan ,
hbla City on ordum
Km bbls City "
Id jacks ,
:vi pound choice country...,
411" pounds choice Northern .
.inn pounds Nonthvrn 1IU....
.110 puuuds choice northern..,
Jilfl doaen (!n caie). .
SKI dozen In boxes .
5 ,:' (toen ,
H conj-i choice hens
4 coops in I zed
I coops mixed
80 crates common strawberries 1 51
ducrate choice strawberries 2 OOfftJ 50
lnocraies. fancy strawberries 2 MCH ')
75 crate cherries 3 COitJ M)
Su boxes peaches 1 25
Ne-v potatoes, per bbl 2 007J5 50
trinis beans, pur box 1 onftl 25
l'ease, per box Mn 1 Oul 50
Oranires I 5025 00
Lniious ..3 50&1 uo
Lou slitnu 4 8025 00
I'enrh Blow per bush, icd 60X2'0
Kurly Hose per Itusn nomluai
I'otatoes per bbl 1 75 ou
Per crate M 3 0035 00
Tierce M g
I'thlii hmi lUiJl'J
H. C. HiiuiH 14
1 !tnr si(i. , h
M. .l.ihns : It
Ohio River . 1 05
i'J bushel burlaps
5 hnsnel '
Did BO FKL'IT.
'ci;che,ulvesauC Darters., ...AM 3 AH
Apple, bright - iuH
Choice navy 2 WW M
Choke mivllum t(X3i Tl
Choice, Fuctory 10
Cream - 15
10 to 65
10 to 45
10 to 5
50 to 2 50
75 to 6 ( 0
N ild CtitxM t
li. avi r per pound
3 to 15
Bear . . 1 00 to 9 00
Dry Flint choice
Sheep Pelts, dry ..
Sheep Pelts, green.
Common Luus $2 7531 Of
Good Iuks 4 50 5 is
owLeaf 4 7et " "I
Medium Leaf , H Wit 7 H
GoMLeaf. 7 5'i 0
KATBS OF FRBIGIIT.
Gram Uay " Flour Pert
Wcwt. wewt. hnl. Whbl
Menphl ViX 15 25 35
Mw Orleans 12 20 a 5"
Helena. Ark 17 M 85 V1
Kllneston. Miss .... 2J.M 22S 45 67V
Vtckshurg, Prcntess House 24 per cwt. hign r
All otner watr points neiow Memouls to tw '
leans, fame rates as to KHueetos
jAi. B. SMITH. CVBRKT A. SMITH
Grand Central Store.
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Gives Kelicf at
treatment w i 1
cure. Not a Li
quid or Snuff. Ap
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ed Send for clrruliir,
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SUMMER LAW LECURR8(nlne weekly) boRln
10th July, 1HW. and end 10th September. Ilayo
proved ofslKual use,-lst, to students who dcslan
to pursue their studies at this or other Law School ;
2d, to tboso who pronose to read privately; and 81.
to practloners who have not had the advantane ol
systematic Instruction. For circular address (P.O.
UntTorslty ol Va.) to John B. Minor, Prof. Com,
aud Stat, Law. 23-lm
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tnnut mil tit ulii.il. Ilu..ir k .. ........ .i.;.. i
umii, i.fiiin-, ai linn Jillll'lllie,
nuods someil,ini! to as 1st il In I brow I niroil tho Im
purities which havo collected by the cliiirinti cir
dilation nf bloud durlni; inu cold wln'er months.
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puruly veg' table alterative and tonic
Kev. i,. h. I'aino, Macon, Ga., wr les: "We have
been using Swirt's Kpeclrtc ut the Orphans' Homo
as a remedy for blood complaint, and as a general
health Ionic, and have had remarkable results
from lis use on the children and employees of the
Institution. It Is such sti excellent tonic., and
ps tho blood so pure, that ihn system is less
I pure, that ihn system is less
II has cured some of our chil-
dreu of Scrofula
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a sprlni! nlterstivu ainl "rninil .'.n. it.,,i..
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mentof Chronii-, Nervous, tltin nml
Jllooil Ulseafs than an v ot.'ier .liy-l Ian In
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Costs niiihlnir. Wlien It Is I left.veiilent tu V Hit
the city for treatment, medli iiie") eati lie sent
Ijynnillor e.xpri'94 everv hvi ... I urable rases
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Kerron Prostration, Beliliitr, Kenlal and
Physical Weakness, MercniUl and other
flections of Throat, Skin and Bones, lilood
Impurities and Illond Polsniilng, klit Affcc
Hons, Old Soret and fleers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Files. Special at-
tent ion to eases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASKS receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprmlencet. F tresses,
Indulgences or Exposures,
H Is self-evident that a plivslcian raving
particular attention ton clasof caeb attains
great skill, and physicians In regular praetlro
all over tlieeountry knowing till', freii-etilly
rccoioiiiend cte-es to the oldest ollice p A merl
ca, where every known npiillani o Is 'e.-ortcc
to, and the prov-il uootl romi'd :( nil
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