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The Helena independent. [volume] (Helena, Mont.) 1875-1943, October 02, 1891, Morning, Image 6

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Chitn of the Chinese to th* Di.
oovery of the MagneUi
beetdle.
Polarity 6f the Needle Known in
the Fourth Contury Before
Christ.
Development of the Compass From the
Old Nativity raper--iest Use on
Ronem hip.
A contributor to the North China Herald,
of Shanghi, discusses in a learned article
the claim of the Chinese to the discovery of
the magnetic needle. He says the Chinese
have great tracts of ironstone and of these
no small portion is magnetic. Every woman
uses a needle, and those of iron supplanted
those of stone commonly used before the
time of Ch'in Shih-Huang, or about twenty
cne censuries ago. When a needle hap
pened to be made of magnetic iron, its
peculiar properties might have been re
vealed by its accidental fall into water, say
with a splint of wood attached. It doubt.
less came to be known in some such way
that needles made of certain kinds of iron
were magnetic.
The great producing center of magnetic
iron is T'sezhou, in southern Chihli. This
city was early called the City of Mercy, and
the magnetic stone coming from there was
known as the stone of T'szohou, and so
t'asshih came to be the ordinary name for a
magnet. Later the Chinese came to speak
of the City of the Magnet, instead of call
ing it the City of Mercy.
The earliest author who mentions the
".south pointing needle," livedin the fourth
century B. C., and there can be no doabt
but that the polarity of the, needle was
known at that time, though when, where
and by whom first discovered is not now
known. It was, however, not turned to
practical ase until the Tsat dynasty, when
landscapes began to be studied by the pro
fessors of geomancy. The belief was gen
eral then that this needle had magical pow
ers. Kwo Pu, the founder of this system of
geomanoy, died A. D. 324, and it was not
until four centuries later that the peculiar
compass used in this art began to assume
its present form.
The geomancer's compass of the eighth
century *as made of hard wood, about one
foot wide, and had in its center a small
well in which a magnetized needle floated
in water. On the compass were inscribed
several coneentric circles which em
braced the twelve double hours, the ten
denary symbols, eight diagrams and other
marks. The compass was ased it preparing
a geomantio report of any spot where a
house or tomb was to be constructed, so
that the construction might not be an un
lucky site or planned in an unlucky man
ner. At the same time there was living a
Chinese who had studied Hindoo astrono
my, and was the imperial astronomer, and
also a Buddhist priest. He noticed that the
needle did not point exactly north, and that
there was a variation of two degrees and
ninety-fve minutes. This variation went
on increasing till a century later-that is,
till the ninth century. A professor of
geomancy then added a new circle to the
compass. On this improved compass the
first of the twelve hours begins on the new
circle at seven and one-half degrees east of
north.
The eo rpass, it will be observed, grew
out of the old astrological report or nativ
ity paper, calculated from the position of
the stars, and prepared in the Han dynasty
by astrologers as the regular part of social
life, especially when marriages were about
to be solemnized. Some of the old astro
nomical circle. are preserved in the new
geomentic chart. This, was the compases
used when Shenkwa wrote on the south
pointing needle in the 11th century. 'This
author mentions that any iron needle so
quires polarity by rubbing it on a piece of
lodestone. He alludes to the variation as a
fact which he himself had observed, and
speaks of the goathpointing needle as an
implement used by the professors of geo
mnancy. By them it was employed in the
torm of a float unon water. After this, in
1I1, an ambassador to Coren describes the
use of the floating needle on board the
ship in which he made the voyage. This is
the Arst instance, the earliest by more than
a esatury, of the use of the mariner's com
SAss on board ship, found as yet in any
book. native or foreign. The existence of
the book in which it is recorded settles the
question of the first use of the mariner's
compass at sea in favor of the Chinese. At
that time the needle floated on water, sup
ported on a piece of wood, but in the Ming
dynasty some Japanese junks engaged in
piracy were captured by the Chinese, and
the compass in use on board was found to
have the needle dry and raised on a pivot,
while still pointing southward. The
Japanese had learned from the Portuguese
navigators to make a compass of this kind,
and probably the needles they used were
brought from Europe. From this time the
Chinese adopted the principle of a pivot,
and made their compasses without a well
of water in the middle to float the needle
in. Charts were probably used of a very
rough kind, but how far is not known.
What is known is that the junk master was
aware of the direction in which the needle
must point to reach the port to which he
was going. In the Bung dynasty, embrac
ing part of the 10th as well as the 11th,
12th. and part of the 13th centuries, Chi
nese junks went to Persia and India. The
Arabs trading to China direetly would
learn at that time the use of the compass,
and would apply it on board their dhows.
From them the Europeans learned of this
useful invention.
The credit of the discovery, both of the
polarity of a magnetized needle and its
suitability for use by mariners at sea,
mast, therefore, according to the writer,
be given to the Chinese, says Nature, in
commenting on the article. It is China
also that has the credit of having first no
ticed that any iron needle may be polarized
by rabbing it with a magnet. In the 13th
centary the Arabs used a floating Compass
on their dhows. The needle wos made to
float on the water by attaching it croreswise
to a cornatiek or splinter of wood. A mag
net applied to it drew it into a north and
south direction. They would use western
notation to rmark the quarters and interme
diate points on the horizon. When therefore
the mariner's compass was adopted from
them, the Chinese twenty-four points were
not communicated. In the European com
pass the notation of thirty-two points is
western, and rests on the winds and the
sun. In the Chinese primitive mariner's
compass the notation is that of the profes
sors of geomaney5 and rests on the old
astrological division of the horizon into
twelve double hours. From the Arab ac
count we learn, what the Chinese accounts
do not tell us, thet the Chinese floated the
needle by inserting it in a splinter of wood.
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The Daylight Express." leaving St. Pant at
7:45 A. hi.. nia}cos the trip to Chicago in lit hours
and tO minutes, returning i 1i hours and 45,
minutes.
Thieds is the only line by which onunection. are
assore in Chicago witb all inst line trains from
Chic go to lbs east and south in the mrning
and at night.
Close connrel ions are mode at St. Paul with
Northern Pacific and Gireat Northernutrains.
For rates, maps, soldersr eta, ap pl to
General W. T TIADALB,
GnrlPasseniger Agent. St. Paul, Mine.
llEALTll IS 1!EALTII
.Dr. . C. West's Nferve and Brain Treatment.
a giarntosed srpecifo for Hysteria. Dit ase.
arnvuleus. Fits n Ner-rus esrpigia, Headache
Nervosa Prostration raised by the use of alcohos
or tebacce. Wakefulness. Metal Depeso
SofItening of the brain, resulting in pfiety saor
leading to misery. decay and eatkinmture
Old Age. Biaenness, Less of Pewer in either so I
rnvolantray Losses sad SteraOstorrhua cans
by ever-exrtlon ef the bran selt-abuse or over
indulgence. Each box contains a month'. treat
meat. 51.110 a box, or six bones for $5.00 semit
by mail prepnid en receipt of price.
WyE GUARANTEE SIX BOTTLES
To cure any ease. With each order received by
us for siz boxes. accoispasied by $5.00. we will
send the purchaser our written guarantee to re.
fund the money if the treatment dews net effect a
sure. Guarantees leoiied sonly ýbyy H. M. Parchesn
& Co., druggists. sole sgente, Helena, Mont.
$500 REWARD.
We will pay the ab1ve reward for any se of
Liver Complaint. Dh spepsia, Sick Headache. In.
digestion. Constipation ar Oosllveynee we cannot
curs with West's Vegstable Liver Pills, when the
directions are strictly complied with they are
purely Vegeisbisanud never fail to give ealisfac
ties. Sugar coated. large boxes, reataining A
t0 Pills., 25 seats. Beware sf counterfeit.s ad
Imitations. '!i'h genuine manulfactured onlyY by
Tan J0HN. C. Weav ComwAxy, Chicago, ill. Soldt
by H. B. Paruhen & Co., druggists,_Helena. r
TN THNDISTRICT COURT OP THE STATE
Of -oflstannsin and for the county of Lewie a
and Clarke.
In the matter of the esinte of Nector S. Nor.
ton, deceased.
Order to show cause why order of sale of real es
tate should net he insoe.
F'. W. Ellis, te administrator of the estate of
Heeter I. Rorton, dHoased, having tiled his pe
titionherein praying for an order oitsal of theL
personal and nil lthe real estate. hf said decedent.,
for the purposes tioroto set forth.
it Is therstoro ordered by the judge of 'aaid
court, that all peresen interested in this estate of
sal4>} deceived, oppoea betere the said district -
eoidrt on Wedonsetiy. the 11th day of September,
151tH. aIlt 10ut-lock in ths Icreneca of said day,
at thes cocct roo,.. o! said dilstrict ceact, at the
cosrt house in lthe raid coenty of Lewis and
Clarke. to ahow .sues why on order should net
be granted to thissaid P. W. Elite. as adnisnistra
tar to sell the real estate of the said deceased
which shill hbs necessary.
An ht oyofthis so-dot- be published at
leat o" amee fo frsoicreessive wseke in
Tbe Helena Daily lsdeseiOent, a newep.per
printed and published in said coonty ef Lewis
sand Clarke.
HOIIACH A. BUCK.
Dated August 11. 1111. Judge.
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All kinde of inecehandlso and other freight.:
Ieluding ares, preimpily transferred froni the a
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
R G. DAVIES,
Attorney at Law.
1oam 5, Ashby Black, Helena, Mont.
R. F. C. LAWYER,
Physician and Surgeon.
SPEwALTrus-Eye, Ear and Throat.
Ofice: 100). Broadway.
CARPENTER & CAVANAUGH.
(D. B. Carpenter, M. J. Cavanaugh.)
Attorneys at Law.
Rooms 9 and 10, Bailey Block.
DRU. B. HARRIS.
Office Holter Bleek.
Residence 821 8th ave.
ASBURN K. BABSOUR,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Masonic Temple, Helena, Mont.
4ASSENA BILLARD.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Will practice in all courts of record in the
state. Oi1.. in Gold Bllck, Helena, Mont.
SIZE1R & KEERL,
Civil and Mining Engineers.
U. S. Deputy Mineral Sarveyors. Mineral pat
Intl icured, Rtooms 12-18, Atlas Building, Rel.
R. M. ROCKMAN,
Physician, Surgeon, Accoocher, Ocullet, Aurist.
Member of San Francisco Medical Society,
O n? Nevada State Mediral Society. Office on
amin street. over Steinrmets Jewelry Bltre
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Many hours saved, and the only lice running
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Atchison, making ceonnsotion wit the Union 1Io
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Close cenasotions made In Union Depot with all
trains of the S~t. Patui, Mianseapois & Manitoba,
Northern Pacifa, Si. Panl A Duluth railways.
from and to all points North and Northwest.
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NOTIC(E--NOTIC IS 1HEREBY GIVEN THIAT
the hoard of World's Fair Man agrs for the
slate or hlouts um will recei ve con. sf rtilvn designs
fur a building for cthe Mtats otf Montana at the
World s folumbian Exposition and will pay
thoresor a price of tou hundred (to20) dollars,
for the design selected, and sone hundred 151011)
doilars for the start host, in point of e~xcellence,
thte question of selection anl rejectiont to be tie
cidedhby the commicttee on hitildliugeand groculds
at the meeting of its u,~d board to ho held at
lisioen, Mont., Nov.., 181,
Designs soulsd eo drawn to 0epeigth (iii)
Inch scale, fisnishted with ten in ink and be forea
tbuilding ito oast. tnot mtorn thtan fifteen thtousand
(Sir, 1000) dollars comtpletedi (In vita's or in part
of hiontane material) audto rentals a raception
hail, foutr parlors. two stltoes, sod a hall for then
Hipayo ontatma prcdutcts.
'Itie around to he oo~upiyd is soveaty-five (711)
feet In widthL and two hunedced (085) feet long.
The architect whose design is selected will re
rcisc regnlar fees for plans, specifications and
letait drawing~s.to. .taay
Antlrrae atl commnmiecationsto.O.lasy
sacretary, aistens, Mont.WM.IC OD
Executive Volaoner..
SUMMONS-I d HE uIRIC~T COURT OP
the irs Judcia disricofthe. state of
Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and
Clarke.
Id. M. Brandeoae an4 E. N. Brandegee part.
ners l tWtdoind and ar
ero dol ani t inan tm busrnets under the
firm name ad style oo Brandegee Bies , pt-no
tidee, vs William L . 6beel, saeetor of the last
will and testament of hry Ain Rtoert, de
ceased, HLartha 'Taylor Feckert Schwabe. lied A.
hchwao., Henry (tebnerdt and Edward Wagitoer
defendonts-Ameaded summons.
The state of Montana sends gcrdetinrtothe
above named defendants.
You are hereby oc lrod to appear in an action
brongst against youry the above named plaintlif
in the stitrict court of the kirkt undiciat district
of the state of Montana, in and for the oeunty of
Lawis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint
filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the
day of service) after the service on you of this
summon i served within this county; or. if
served out of this county, but within. this district.
within twenty days; otherwiso within forty days,
or Judgment by default wilt be taken arainstyos.
accordin to the prayer of said complatnt.
The seuh actione a brought to obtain a de
cree of tids court ferthe foreclosere of two sce
tain mortgages described in the said complaint
and executed by the said William 1. Steele se the
oeecutor of the last wilt and testament of Mary
Ann Eckert. deceased, Martha" Taylor lf ckprt
Schwahe and Fred A, Schwabs, on the listda
of August, 1889, the property embraced in anc
affected by said mortgages ceing all these certain
lots, pieces or parcels of land situaie, lying and
being in the lownaito of the city of Helena, ide
chs counety of Lewis and Clarke, then territory',
new state of Montana, bounded and particulary
described as follows, to-wit: Lets numbered
one, two, four, fourteen and fifteen, in block
number coven; lot nunmber two in block number
twenty-six, and let number four in block nun;
ber twenty-seven; as said lots and blocks are
numberesd, deesiuated and desrribed on the platt
of saisd towneite on file in the office of the county
recorder of said county of Lewis and Clarke.
Sid iots numAbered one and two, in bleck num
ber seven, having, subsequent to the execution
of said mortgages, been released from the lien of
said mertgagee by the plaintiffs. Eacsh of said
mortgagee having besn made to secure the pay
ment of a certain prouuiasory note dated Aug.
21, 1889, made by said William L. ýltesle as such
executor, and Martha Taylor Eckert klchwabe
and Fredi A. Scohwabe each of said motes being
for the sum of three thousand dellere, and each
being payable in gold, or its sequivalent, on the
hlat day of Annat, 1892, to the oeder of said H:
M. aud H. N. Ileandegeo, with inteteset thesesin at
the rate of ten per cent. per annums. interest pay
able seuui-anncualy, and each of said mortgages
provided thsat in easee of defanlt in the payment
of interestas in ouch note and mortgage pro
vided, the whole of the }principal and interest
should become, at the option of the mortgsgeee,
payable whsother the cams should at toch tsme ho
by the terms thereof due and payable or not; and
default having been made in the payment of the
lntecset of said notes and each of them, and said
nostee and each of them having become by reason
of such default payable, aned the amount due
upon esaid noiese and mortgagee in tse aggregate
at the time of the commencement of this action
being tbs sum of six thonoand dollars principal,
together with interest thereon at the rats of ten
per cent per anneim ftom the 2ist day of August,
18i0, and the esu of slxty-five dollars paid for
insurance as authorized by said moetgagee to
gether with interest on the sum of eixty-Svc dot
eas at thes rate of ten per cent. peor annum from
the 15th hay of January, 1891; that the psremises
conveyed by said mortgages may be sold, save
and except said lots nombered one and two, in
block number seven, orb as aforesaid released
from the lien of said mssrteagee,and Ithe proceeds
of the sae thereof applied to the psymeest of said
mortgages and "promisaory notes, with interest
thereon at the rate of ten psr cent. per annumn
as aforesaid, and five hundred dollars counnei
fees and costs of soil. And In case such pro
ceeds are net sufficient to pay the same, then to
obtain execution against said de-fendante, Martha
Tayler Ecakert Schwabe, Fred A. Stchwahe, and
the estate of the said Mary Ann IEckert, do'
ceased, for thse balance remaining due; end also
that the said defendants, and all persons claism
leg by. threugh or untlor them or either of them,
nsay be barred and foreclosed of all right, claim.
lien, equity of redemption end interoetin end to
said mortgaged psremisees, save end xoceelse re
leased as aforceaid; and also that any and all
claims of the said defendants. Henry Isiebisarsit
sand Edward Wagnser. in and to said, premiees, if
any claims they have, be ad 'edged and decreed
to be subsequent and cuberdlteats to the lien of
said mertgages; curl for general relief.
And you are hereby nottfied that if you fail to
appear and answer the acid comiplaint, as above
requeired. the said plaintiff will apply to the
court fssr the rolief deman;ded In said complaint.
Given nuder my hand and tuc seal of the dis
trict court of the .biret Isidicial dietrict of the
s'ats of Noatana. in and for the cihnty of Lewis
and h:arks, this twelfth day of September. in
the year of our Lord', one thousand eigtuthundredl
and ninety-one.
Wea] y H. R. Tontroreao Deputy Clerk,
MAOSearA BuLLORD.
Attorney foe Plaintiff.
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