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THE MOtIERN MR, JONAH
A 4.aford Man Who Lived Inside a Whale for Thirty.Six Hours. Strange Experience of a Hand on a Now ~lngland Fishing Vessel. Unlike the Biblical Hero, He was not Cast Up Agnli but Had to be Cut Out. New London, Coon., special to St. Louni Globe-Democrat: The whaling vessel Sta of the East arrived here .esterday, after a cruise of two years and a half in the South Atlantic waters. She had on board a man who is a veritable Jonah, having existed it a whale's belly thirty-six hours. The man's statement is vouched for by the captain and crew of the vessel, and to day he is an object of greatouriosity among the sailors. The man's name is James Bartley, and he hails from Bedford, where he was born thirty-eight years ago. He has made two voyages from this port on the St tr of the East, and notwithstanding his last trip he says tnat he will ship for another voyage as soon as an opportunity offers itself. . The strange story told by him is, in sub stance, as follows: Last February the Star of the East was in the vicinity of the Falkland Islands search ing for whales, which were very scarce. One morning the lookout sighted a whale about three miles away on the starboard quartbr. Two boats were manned and put chase to the prey. In a short time one of the boats was near enough to enable the harpooner to send a spear into the whale, which proved to be an exceedingly large one. With the shaft in his side the animal sounded and then sped away, dracging the boat after him with ter rible speed. He swam straight away about five miles, when he turned and came back almost directly toward the spot where he had been harpooned. The second boat waited for him, and when but a short distance away from it he rose to the surface. As soon as his back showed above the surface of the water the harpooner in the second boat drove another spear into him. The pain apparently crazed the whale, for it thrashed about fearfully, and it was feared that the boats would be swamped and the crew drowned. Finally tne whale swam away dragging the two boats after him. He went about three miles and sounded or sank, and his whereabouts could not be exactly told. The lines attached to the htl.poons were slack and the harpooners be ean to slowly draw them in and coil them in the tubs. As soon as they were taught ened the whale arose to the surface and beat about with his tail in the maddest fashion. The boats attempted to get beyond the reach of the animal which was apparently in its death agonio: and one of them succeeded, hut the otuer was less fortunate. The whale struck it with his nose and upset it. The men were thrown into the water, and before the crew of the other boat could pick them up one man was drowned and James Bartley had disappeared. When the whale became quiet from exhaustion the waters were searched for Bartley, but he could not be found, and, under the impres sion that he had been struck by the whale's tail and sunk to the bottom, tire survivore rowed back to the ship. The whale 'as dead, and in a few hours the great body was lying by the ship's side, and the men were busy with axes and spades cutting through the flesh to secure the fat. They worked all day and a part of the night. They resumed operatious the next fore noon, and were soon down to the stomach, which was to be hoisted to the deck. The workmen were startled while laboring to clear it and to fasten the chain about it to discover something doubled up in it that gave spasmodic signs of life. and cut open, and inside was found the missing sai:or, doubledupand unconscious. He was laid out on the dock and treated to a bath of sea water, which soon revived him, but his mind was not clear and he was placed in the captain's quarters, where he remained two weeks, a raving lunatic. He was carefully treated by the captain and officers of the ship, and he finally began to get possession of his senses. At the end of the third week he had entirely recovered from the shock and resumed his duties. During the brief sojourn in the whale's belly Bartley's skin, where it was exposed to the action of the gastric juices, under went a striking change. His face and hands were blenched to a deathly whiteness and the skin was wrinkled, riving the man the appearance of having been parboiled. Bartley affirms that he would probably have lived inside his houseo of flesh until he starved, for he lost his senses through fright, and not through lack of air. He says he rmemebera the sensation of being lifted into the air by the nose of the whale nud of falling into the water, then there was a fearful rushing sound, which he be lieved to be the heating of the water by the whale's tail; then le was encompassed by a fearful darkness, and lie felt himself slip ping along a mnooth passage of some sort that seemned to move and carry him for ward. '1 his sensation lasted but an Instant. then he felt that lie had more room. He felt about him and" his hands came in contact with a ielding, slimy substance that seamed to shrink from hii touch. It finally dtwnred upon him that he had been swallowed by the whale, and lie was overcome with horror at the situation. He could breathe easily, but the heat was terrible. It was not of a scorching, stillingnatuoe, but it seemed to open the pores of his skin and to draw out the vitality. lHe became very weak, end grew sick at his stomach. Hie knew that there was no hope of escape irom his strange prison. Death stared hint in the face, and he tried to look at it bravely, but the awful quiet. the fearful darkness, the horrible knowledge of his environments and the terrible heat linally overcame him, and he nlust have fainted, for lie next re uemboerd being in the captain's cabin. Bartley is not a man of atiiuid nature, but he says that it was sunny woeks before he could pass a night without having his sleep disturbed with harrowing dreams of angry whale and the horro: of this fearful prison, T'he skin en the face and hanlde of Bartlrey has never recovered its natural appearance. It is yellow and wrinkled and looks like old parchmi nt. 'I'he health of the man does not Reron to Ilrve hii'In affected by his tern i ble experience: he is in splendid spirits and apparently fully enjoys all tie blessings of life that come his way. The whaling captains who sail fromr this port say they never know i parallel case to this before. They any that it frequently oc curs that ienll are awallowed by whnles who become infuriated by the pain of the har iuon and attack the boats, but they have lnver known a irian to go through the u, deal that In tliey di d and come out alive. GUANA,1 UATO'S ('EMETIERY. A Ghastly Place for 200 Years tile Houne of Corllrses. "The most ghastly burying ground I ever saw was the cemoetry of the city of Guana juato, Mexico," said Mr. H. T. hIussy to ma I)enver News reporter. "The city is over 1100 years old, and for 200 and more all the City's dead have been interred in the plot I spuink of. It is situated on tile top of a mountain 2,000 feet hilh, and ooutanie bo wacn five nud six agcrs. It is arl,roached by a sinuous path and drive that winds through a plaza and terminates at a hugo wall that surrounds the cemetery. 'his wall is built of stone. It is twelve feet high and twelve feet thick. Tlie eu Ltarnce is guarded day and night, and it is impossible to effect admission ally silther way, for the steep sides of the hill for 2,(K50 feet extend down from the foot of the impenetrable wall. Within the sight encountered would, send a shill through the beholder. From the, inside of the wall are out large holes eight feet long and about eighteen inches square. These apartments are as close to gether as thfey can be bullt and there e e seven or eight rows all artoad the inside of the wall, In these little apartments (lgeon soles you may ear) the bodies oft the dead are deposited. ' hey can either be sold or rented ad the prise is fixed accord ing to the ltngt of time that the corpse is to remain there. For fiAve years $21 Is charged for one corpse; *100 for one body an ordinary life time, and $00 for a whole family an ordinary life time. "Only the better classcan patronize these unique tombs. l'he poor are buried in the ground. 'he rental system prevails here and one grave is made the same as a de pository for many bodies. It Is dog about elvht feet deep and six feet long. The first unfortunate Is laid to rest covered with leaves and about six inches of soil, that is composed really of the dust of by-gone gnorations. 'l'hq second is placed above him and so on until the excavation is filled. 'These are permitted to remain but two years. then all are removed. But what becomes of the bones ned caronasses after being disturbed in their temporary resting places of a few years? They are carted be low, through a long, cavernous stairway into a large tunnel, constructed underneath the cemetery. HIere they are thrown into a confused mass and left to decay or remain for aces. "The people of this ancient city seem to care little for their dead. Laughter as often as tears and sighs accompany the funeral train. The successive disinterments for ages has left pieces of skulls and bonesthat present a ghastly sight mixed with the soil that repeated disturbance has converted into a dust as fine as pc pper. "In the last twenty years 80,009 people have been interred in this strange ptice, and the city has but 100,000 population." The Destructive Ginaer Craze. The ginger habit is worse than the ordi nary liquor habit, because it is more rapid in its effects and means early ruin to the health of the individual. It has only re contly come to the attention of the phei cians and druggists that in thousands of families the peppery dose that lihas borno the popclar ippearance of innocno arnd respectability has become an agent of do bauchery. The tincture of ginger, of Ja maion ginger, as it is popularly known, is the strongest and most irritating alcoholic so'ution known, ranking next to alcohol absolute, which is undrinkable, and stanid ing equal to'commercial alcohol, which is never used as a beverage. The Jamaica ginger is sold by druggists and grocers in four-ounce vials, and the unbottled tinc ture is retailed at one ounce and upward. St. Louis Globe-Democrat. :Ming's Opera house 4 J. C. REMINGTON, MANAGER. , THURSDAY and FRIDAY, JULY 10 and 17. Katie Emmett, in her Great Play. THE WAIFS OF NEW YORK, Under the Management of Mr. Harry Williame. -. -t.';d 'M A IOWERFUL COMPANY! ELABORATE SCENERY! Don't Fail to See The Great Ha!Iem Railroad Bridge Scene Beats open for sale Wednesday, July 15, at Pope & O'ConnLor'-. FOR FORTY YEARS DR, WM. HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS Hass Uten a never-failing family reme ly for Coughs, Colds, ('ui.smmtion. 'La Grip r ,'" t"r Throat, Hoarorenoe, t'illlnmni, (atirrhi, Influ enza, Acute and ( lronic Ilronclhiti.. Arthiua, Whoopio;png ('ough. ('to ?I'. PIouriey. lain in tio Stid and eHre.t, spitting of Blooud, and all dis ea~es of the THROAT, CHEST and LUNGS ---L--'adnllllg to---. O.ONSUMPTION. DR. WMR. 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Irnt and itir. ion the iullowi:tui de-crtir~lndi lai, to wit: ('unlnierncing :.t i. proint two and .tnl.-fuo rt' (2Y,) mil'es tito south t itm thr contrl,l:l,,ro of hain l.e't crrok. nullt the right or wet fort of said Main Il',t creelt, ant rurinig t e tic ea.t tiri o i l e mihle. thinlC outh t ix n i h m lt., th.ctea Wer'tsix it, tin t 'lc, 'ii'rc ttthi,. a ii, ilrs.itnh 'r e ,ast Ithro+ t:tl) mitiet t. t t ir .e ae of b ,inning ftrid lauld 1 vine IlIIrvr'y" .d, but llIr nR .ee'IIr 'rl inid land Ih:v;tng thereoln I'talut ori. mitlion -trt orf fr .O altir lttrtb, r. etll rufttitl Inn I iini nun mi pral. rouiwljlh and p l,, and not <, aptid for agricultn lal l ntni nr t 't, inl A I tnrlrted in tni 'oUllt' of IeaIr,;htr and staHr tf oIionltllRa. WILDLIAM 'f'l.tiN.,Y. D)atod July lit. Ilill. +. TME ELECTRIC CIGAR CO., - Sa int Paul, - .Ainnsota, +o. Are the Only and Sole Distributing Agents for Montana of the Celebrated .+. AGNES BOOTH CIGARS. Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention. SAUL I. GINSBURG, Western Salesman. CURE llck Headaehe and rollovs all the troubles Inoll dent to a hllouns stat of the system. such as Dlzlness, Nausea. D)iowslnes., DiltreM after eating Pain in the Ride, &e. While theirmost renmar.tble ruccese has been shown in curing HIoanao h, yet OAmaen' . .lnrt.z L6ive PILls are equally valuable In Constipation, curing and preventing this annoying complaint, while they also corrett Ail disorders of the stomach, stimulate the liver and regulate the bowelr iven if they only cured HEAD Ache they would ib almnost priceless to those who ltl ir from this distressing complaint; hut fortunately their goodhess does not end hero, and those who once try them will find these little pills vualable in so many ways that they will not lI willing to do without them. uint after aall skt head ACHE Is the bane of so many lives that here s where we makte our great boast. Our pills cure It while others do not. CanRTBR's Lrrra.t f,lven PILlts are very small and very eRsy to take. One or two pills nmake a dose. They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or purge, but by their gentle action please all who usa them. In vials at 2i cents; ve for $1. Sol everywhere, or sent by mall. CARTlI, w MDIIut n CO., lew orek. gun, near what V l om is nlow Baker City, a rC lFT URY a man who has since Cli IURYI become identified with the resources and . ver development of that country. This man .Gr u is no other than Mr. John Stewart, one of the wealthiest and most influential citizens in the county. In a recent letter lie says: " I had been suffering from pains in my back and getlerat kid. neycomplaint for some timeoand had used many remedies without any but temporary relief. The pains in my hack had become so severe that I wa prevented from attending to my work and could not move ibout without the use of a cant. Hiear ihg, through a friend, of the wonderfil cures ef" fected by Oregon Kidney Ten, I was iinducred to ttl a biox, and iromt that ve yfirst doseI found instal relief, and before using half the contents of the box the pains in msy back entirely disappeared. I have every faith its the virtues of the Oregon Kidnley Ten, and cait conscientioosly recommetid it to tmy friends. I would not be without it for anytlhing." Oregon Kidney Tea cures backache, incontl nence of urine, brick dust sediment, burning or painful sensation while urinating, aid all affee tions of the kidney or urinary organs of either sex. ALIAS SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT court of the First Judicial District of the state of Montana, in and for the county of L.ewvi and Clatr. Alexander J. Steele, plaintiff, vs. Laimie Higgs and leanche E. Iliggs, defendants. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above naned defendants: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the abshove named plaintiff in the district court of the First loudicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed therein.within ten days (exclusive or the day of service) after the service on you of this sum en un, if served within this county; or, if served out of this county, hut within this dlitrict, within twenty days, otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of said complaint. Tihe scid action is brought to recover the sam of one hundred and twenty-seven and fifty one hundredths dollars, claimed "nd alleged in said complaint to be due upon a certain lustro nient n writ.ing bearing date the 19th ay of November, 1h0, made, executed and deliverel by sait def, ndante for rvale received and onsaad day, to Ihe plaintiff and Walter -i. Little, whe e. by t.ey promised to pay to the order of plaintiff or % alter ti. Ltrtle th:ree months after data thereof the sam of two hundred and fifty-two and fifty one hundredths dollars with interest at 12 pe Cent. until paid; that the defendants have not paid said sum nor any p tt thereof, except the snm ofone hundmedand twenty-five (125)dollare and that said Little prior to the commencement of this action. has sold and easiFned to the plain tiff all his right and title to c.al instrument and all moneys due or to grow due thereon. And you are hereby notified that unless yen so appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will take judgment for the sum of ue hlunaded asa twenty-seven and fifty-one hundredths (127.50) dollars, the suem demandcd in the complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the dis trict court of ihes IFirst judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 2L day of June, in the year of our Lord. one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one. szAx..1 JOHN BEAN. Clerk. Py H. J. CAsmu., Deputy Clark. Taos. C. Batoi Atty. for Plaintiff. New Sioux City Aoute. PassenRers for the East from Helena and other Western points will find the NEW ItOU'E via SIOUX CITY and the ILLI NOIS CENITRAL it. 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The only line running alt its Passenger T'rins ln lIoses thl1 14 hoturs ls'twosu St. Patul antd Chli crgo and while this time is quirk, trains uo' not have to run at no high rate of pi.od to maen their linur as on othcrlines. bccuauo thih lise is elihtor than any other line. "The Pullman and Wagner Veetibnhld Iimit. et." leaving St. Paul at 7:30 P. A., mnakes the trip to ('hirac in 131-, hours, returning in 13 hours and 25 minutecs. "The Daylight Ihxprts.," lraving St. Panl at 5:45 A. It.. Uake te th ripto Clhaicago i'. 13 hours and 50 mltinutts. returuing in 13 hours and 45 ininutes. This is the only line by whlirls conneotions are sturredl in Chicago with all ftast lite traIns frtom ('hirageso the east and south in tlhe mornin and at night Close rconnrections are made it Nt. P'Mt with Nolrthern Pacific arl (treat Northern trIins. F~r rates, naps foildlr, otr.. aplly to C'. M. Mi. 'f1NLtNhlO tien:ral Agent, Baile Block. No 38 N. lain St.. llelona, Atont T. W. T'I' sA ri. , aen. Pass. A.g-st. St. P'aul. Minn. YIINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS " RAILWAY, -AND THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE. 2 Through Trains Daily From St. Paul and Minneapolis . , * ,TO CHICAGO . . . . Without change, connecting with the Fast Trains of all lines for tile EAST AND SOUTHEAST. The Direct and Only Line running Through Cars between Minneapolis and Des Moines, iowa, via Albert Lea and Fort Dodge. Solid Through Trains Between MINNEAPOLIS and ST. LOUIS and the principal cities of the Miseisippi, and connecting in Union Depots for ad points South and Southwest. Mlany hours saved, and thle only line running two trains Daily to KiANStAS CI'TY, LeAV'.N WOIRTH, ATC'I [SON, making connoction with tilhe Union l'acitio and Atchison. Topeka & Santa jFe railways. Close connections made in Union Depot with all traius of tlhe St. Paul. Minnapo. lie & Malnitoba, Northern Pacifis, St. Pault& Duluth laitwaye, from and to all points North and Nor.itwet. REMEMBER! The trains of the .Minneapolis & St. Louis Rail ways rre cofnollsed of Comfortable Day Coachea, IMAlng:ititut Pulllman bleopitng Cars Itorton ieo clining Chair 'tee, and our justly celobrated PALACE I)INING CAlS. 150 lbsw, of liag rgs checked FIREE. Fare al ways as low tn tie lowest. For Time Tabloe, ''Through 'I iket-. etc., call upon the nearest ticket agent or write to C. M.. PRATT,. Genoral Passengor and Ticket Agt.. Minneapolis, A K. PRESCOTT, -D-ealer in MACPBbE * * ANt e . GRANITE K:, MONUMENTS * *ANtt. Headstonos. HI.rN.A. -- Moxe ti 5' TOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIMBEB -In accordance with the provision of section 8, rolesa nd r'gulations preecribed by the honore ble secretary of the interior May 5. 1891, 1, the un dersigned, give notice that at the xpiretionl of twenty-one dayse from the first publication of this notice, to make written application to the honorable secretary of the interior for au thority to out and remove all the merchantable saw-logs, pine and fir, on the following dscribed lacd. to wit: Commencing at the northeast corner of section 1 township 13, north range 4 west; thence east along the north line to the Missouri JRiaer; thence south along the left bank of said river to the centre township line: thence west along said line to the southeast quarter or section 11, township 1.. north range 4 west: thence north to the place of beginning. aid land having thereon abont t900.0t fkeet of pine and fir timber. Commencing Ita vout about one mile west from whore the dividing lice between Cascade and Meigher counties cross Belt Creek; thence south about eight m los to a point about one mile west where harley (reek rune into Belt Creek: thence west aioOt six miles; thence north about eight miles to the dividing line between ioth counties named: thence east to place of beginning. t'aid land having thereon about u i500,0oU telt of pine end fir timcer. Commencing at the eoutlieast quarter corner of section 13. township 14 north range o west, anl runnin thence east six n:iles: thence in a northerily dinetisn thtree mnilh s west to northeast section corner of section 1, townah.e 14. north range : west, and thence aouth to the plae of begtrinning said tract of land having thereon about 1.tih0,000 feet of pine and firtimbe.; Also all of stcei. u 1, 2 3, 11. 12 and 13, In townshin 14 n., r. ' w., said tracts of land having thereon about 50m.ice feet of pine and fir timber. Also that certain other tract commencing at the northeast corner of .et'ot a1, township 1i north range 3 wet. ot, d running thence east six mile;: thetnce sontlh three miles: thence west to the southeast corner of section 12. township 15 north range 3 we.t: thence north to place of be gitniog. ~'raid tract of lanl having thereon about 1,00,00t4') toei of pipne and fir timber. All of said nlud is unsurveyed, except what is marked by section, being none mils oral. rough and sto1 aneit not adapted for agricultural purposeo. and is located in the counties or Lewis ani Clarke. Cascade, and Meaghor, in the aitse on Montana. it.heTI LUMBIRF. CO. ty CtIARtir: t Inunt.n, Manager. First tublicati o, Jliuo «i. 1811. THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL R'Y. is the Fast IlrIil Short Line from St. Paul and Minneapolis via La Cros)e und Milwnn. kee to Clicago anti all points in th Ea st ern titatos nd Canada. it is the only line under one maui.gomoatl between Sit. Paul and Chicago, ltad is the Iilnest LEquippot lirailway itt the Northwest. It is the only line running Pullman Drawing-room Sleep iLn coare with luxurious smoking-rooms, anti the finest diinig-care in the world, via the fatuous "tivwtr Banik Route," along the shores of Lake I'epin and the beautiful Mississippi river to Milwaukoo and Chica go. It. trains conunect with those of the Northern lines in the Grand Union depot at St. i'tul. No chanuge of oirs of any oias between St. Paul and Chicago. For through tiekets, time tables, iud full information, apply to any coupon ticket agent in the unorthwest.