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1UE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESIA. JULY 20 1892 U . BIRD TRAINING. A Regular Avocation Germans. Among the Tb. I.lttle Keatherd Crmtnnt Taught to 1'errorm lny Difficult and . AiuuhIuk Tricks An Odd Occupation. The Holland bird-catehlnff in autumn is a regular business, and huts are built among the saudhtlls, or in the meadows joining them, in which the men can sit in comfort, sii.vh the St. Louis Mechanic. A smull window on one side looks on to the "Tinkle baan,"the level space bo tween leu banks under which the nets lie, where linnets and siskins aro tethered to long twigs. The ground is strewed with grain, and at a little dis tance the best call-birds are placed in their cages. lioldfinches are most nrlzed. for thev constantly utter thuir rippling son;;, but a redpole or well trained ohafBnch is aim oat equally good. nollat.d lies on two of the main routes by which birds travel from the north, for those that come down the Baltic cross the land at Denmark, while along the German ocean travel thousands from Norway and Sweden. The mainstay of the bird-catchers aro the hen chaffinches, which leave their mates hi Scandinavia and come In thou sands to southern Europe. Two hun dred in a day is not at all an unusual num ber to be taken at one "rinlde baan." These arc all killed for the table, and rows of then, w ith their heads fastened lU a spilt hazel stick, like partridges In a game carrier, are seen in every poul terer's shop. The rarer birds brainb lings, cross-bills and redpoles aro saved and sold for CagO-blrde, for tho Dutch are particularly fond of aviaries, and clever at taming all kinds of crea tures. The writer has Of ten spent an after noon in the hut watching for tho pass ing of flocks of chafilnehes. The tame birds begin to call when they sec the wild ones passing, tin' men whistle and pull the strings to which the birds are attached, and as they BnttST from tho ground the tlock wheel, settle in tho trees close by, and then fly down to the grain. Hardly have they pitched before the nets close over them, and the man runs out to disentangle his captives. The tame birds arc so used to the ncta that they do not nutter or ruffle a feather, but jump back to their twigs, eat some more hempseed, and sing afresh, without regarding the death oi their wild relatives. Ucdpoles. linnets nnd siskins ore easily tamed, especially the first. In a few days they become perfectly con tented with a caire life. In fact, I knew ' of one which voluntarily surrendered its liberty. Tho winter was a severe one, and the little fellow came In through the open window of a house at Tho Hague to share their food with the birds in a large aviary. Their mistress fed him regularly, and, though he had often an opportunity of escaping, he never availed himself of it, but lived for years the memest occupant of the cage. These birds can te taught to sit mo tionless on the back of a chair, to "he dead" in u basin of water, to draw up their food in an Ivory bucket, In a few days; but the trainer must lie prepared to give them long lessons. Iiirds' minds differ eutirely from those of animals; they do not learn gradually, and if they are to be trained they must Ik1 so most thoroughly. An hour a day for u week will not have one-quarter the effect that four hours of continuous care will iichievo. It la this fact that causes so many disappointments In training hawks, for men certainly become tired und impatient at tho moment when their lalor has leguu to produce some effect. The hawk Is put back on his block, and in a day has forgotten the half-learned lesson. In Holland hawks are still caught when on their autumn migration, for the line of flight passes, as it has done from time immemorial, over the great heath of Valkcna waard, in North Iirabant. A BIG SEA BASS. It la I LOM nnd Weigh, Four lJuiiflrf.il round. A largo crowd on the Oakland (Cel.) ferryboat collected about one of the trunk carts the other ilu.v, attracted by a huge and QtkMT hsh that wa extend ed -alone the frame of the truck. To every appearance the fish belonged to the trout family ami was judged to be a freak in size One of the curious lookers tm measure4 tho length of the monster and found it to be nearly seven feet, while the greatest breadth about the body was three and a half feet. The scales appeared very much like pieces of abalone shell, but were ductile and semi-transparent By and by, says tho San Francisco Chronicle, the inevitable know-all came along and he explained the wonder to the crowd. The sa leviathan was a species of the black sea bass, and by all (Kids the largest of its kind ever captured on the coast. Its weight was about four hundred pounds. It was captured off the Catallne islands, and the powerful rope fastened through Its enormous mouth attested its prodigious strength. It was learned that smaller specimens of the Qsh are brought up from the Santa Barbara and sold to whole sale dealers, who in turn retail them to restaurants. The restaurants, by a process of seasoning- nnd hammering out tho Stth, are enabled to serve tho flab, to their patrons under a dozen dif ferent mimes. I'oliits About llaskets. A general mistake is made about bas kets, most tioople supposing that the white wil'.'iw basket is the best It looks best, but It is by no means the strongest The white willow slips are cut In tho fall and kept green all winter by packing the stubs In wet sand or water, and when spring comes the Darn peefs off with a twist of the hand. The buff baskets, on the contrary, are made from dried willow slips, which hare been steamed then peeled. While not so handsome, they arc much stronger, and will wear far longer than the white. RETURN. The Manager of Carnegie'. Homestaatl Mill Invit.s tho Old Employes torn to Work a Indlvlduals-The Colt Unheeded by tho Striker.. HoMRTKAn. Julv 18. The Carnegie Company intends to begin the work of repairing Its mills here to-day, prepara tory to starting anew on the work left unfinished by tho. lockout Saturday every man In the mechanical depart raent of the mills received the following notlco from J. A. Potter, general super intendent: "Dear Sir: Repairs will be resumed on Monday, July 18, 1892. We write you to return to your old posi tion, work to commence at the usual time." The Carncsrlo Steel Company has posted tho following notice in regard to employment at the Homestead worksi Individual applications for employment ut the Homestead slcol works will lo received by the Ronurul superintendent cither la i Iih.t until An. m.. Thursday. July la our desire to retain In our service all our who did nol take part In the attempts whloh have been made to -Intorfore with our right to manage our business. Such of our old employe ai do not apply by the time above named wlu bo considered as having no desire to re enter nt rffi-.tnl In -.lit ! T;u' I u r V una our employ and the positions which they have held will Do given to otner men, applying will have the cbolce o lions lor which they ere suitable. Instead of sending In their names as Individuals and applying for their old nositions in resnonsc to the notlco posted' by Mr. Prick on Saturday, the former employes of tho Carnegie com pany who arc not members ol the Amai gamatcd association got together Sun day aad unanimously decided to stand out to the end. Assurances have been received from unions whose men handle products of tho Homestead mills that they stand ready to declare a general boycott acainst ("arnegio materials These in elude the Kreight Handlers' Union, which will refuse to ship iron and steel to and from tho mill; structural shipbuilders and others, who will quit work rather than use the product cf non-union nicn ltoth sides admit that there is no Im mediate nrosncot of a settlement of the strike, and already the cost Is consider ably more than 11,000,000. Every day that the works arc ldlo costs tho Car neirie Coinpanv $50,000. It is nineteen rlnvs since tho workmen went out ond the wheels stooped moving. That means a loss of $950,000 to the company. The military have beon under arms one week, and at $20,000 a day have cost tho state of Pennsylvania $140,000. The coat to the company and to the tate now foots up $1,090,000, and is piling up at the rate of $70,000 a day. In ad dition to all this the workmen lose their waires and ten men have lost their lives. The destruction of property has not been great, as the barges burned were inexpensive. RADICAL RESOLUTIONS Adopted by the Trades AsSfiinblv St Oa They Hunt tin Manager Frlck Arrested and Tried for Murder. Oiiicaoo, July 18. By far the most radical declarations yet made by any la bor organization in the United States respecting the Homestead troubles were adopted at Sunday's meeting of the Chi cago Trade and Labor Assembly. The meeting was the semi-annual gathering of the delegates for the purpose of elect ing officers for tho ensuing six mouths and tho attendance was very large. The attack on the I'inkertons and Carnegie innnacrv inent had alt been arranged for, and as Si ton as President Mitchell rapped for order Thomas J. Morgan moved to nostnonu the transaction of all other business and receive a report from the executive oard on the Homestead af fair. The motion was quickly carried and K .1 On In ton read the billowing: Resolved. Ily the Trades Assembly of Chicago tbat we ilrmand of the governor of Illinois tout ho Immediately cause the arrest of William I'lnkerton. of Chicago, on the charged murder and Inciting riot ana Insurrection: that w rail unonliov flower, of New York, localise, the arrest of Kobert Plnkerton, of New ork City uuini similar nhargc. Shil we remicst Gov I'attlHon. of Pennsylvania, to cause the arrest Of Manager II .0 Frlok. of Hnmuatcad. I'a. on the charge of treason, murder. Inciting riot. In surrection and rebellion end trying to deprive American citizens of their homes and the. right to earn their living at the humes and In the mills which their labor has created and built "PI and Kesolved. Thai a committee of tire be ap pf.lnteil do draw Hi" charge of murder against ih I'inkertons, II. C. Trick, and to consider their arrest ami proaccutlon. The resolutions were unanimously adoptetl nnd u committee of five was ap pointed trdrnw up the formal charges of mttr.ler. with instructions to secure the liest legal advice to assist them in their work. CARTER CHOSEN I'nr linlrman il lln National U.publleiua Cnllimltlri', to sueeefitl William .1. Camp bell. Nkw Yoiik, .luly 18. The nutional ex ecutive committee of the republican national committee met at the Kifth Avenue hotel Saturday morning to elect a chairman to succeed William J, Camp- bul, Whose resignation was read and accepted at this meeting. Mr. Clarkson nominated Mr. Carter. The nomination was seconded by Mr. l'avne. and unanimously carried. 1 ho treasurer, Cornelius N. Illnw, was ft nointed to notify Mr. Carter of nomination. . , - On motion of Mr. Clarkson, J. A. Burke, of Pittsburgh, was appointed secretary pro tern. It was unanimous ly agreed to continue .Mr. t iiinpncn as a member of the executive committee. Mr. Campbell will take charge of the branch headquarters in cntcago. Mr. arter la but W years of age, having been born at Furnace, Soloto oounly. Ohio, In ISM In 18M he moved to Pana, Ills , whi r" he lived till 1S7.V whnn he moved to Hurllngtun. la He studied law In Louisville, Ky . ami Illinois, In lug admitted to the bar In Nebraska. In IHKi lie moved to Helena, Mont , which Is now his homo. He was elected delegate to tot Klftv tlrst congress, as Its llrst reprcaeniatlvri. ii- . ...(. 1 in IWII hut w ilxf,. lAteil In March. I!, he wai appointed by President Harrison as United States land roramlsslouer. Mr Carter was one of the five, men originally suggested liy Prealdunt Harrison Ui the offlce of j chairman wivn the national committee held Its j first session In Washington three, weeks ago. I llc.wlll resign the commuislnnershlp. 'Ill Flint tllasa Workers. OMMIMi N. V., July 18. -The sixth i day of the convention of the American Flint (Mas Workers' Union settled the scale of wagos In the iron mould, pnste mould, shade und press ware depart ments of the trade and this decision will lie submitted at the annual confer ence of manufacturers and workers. The committee from the green bottle glass blowers' convention met tho com mittee from the Flint Workers' Union and discussed the eubjactof consolida tion of the two unions. They returned to Rochester and will report to weir convention. A final cofllerenoe wtH M held this weyJt INVITED TO If you want to know what a sash vest is call at the E. E. GOODRICH. New Firm of - Sutliff & Gott - Successors to ALBERT DOUGLASS art- DOW prepared to the trade with a full supply ine of Fresh and Salt Meats, Smoked Hams, Sausages. We pay the highest prices for poultry and green hides. A liberal share of your patron age is solicited. PHOTOGRAPHS- We have bought the com plete outlit and have removed to the "SawteUe Art Gallery." We have improved the i'ucil ilicH for doing tine work and hope to excel the reputation of the gallery in it most palmy days. Our thanks are due for past and present liberal patron age, and we hope to merit an Increased business in future. We are prepared to furnish duplicates from Mr. Saw telle'sor Pyke's uagatives. Remember the place, over Bowlby ifc Hall's. H.H.SAUNDERS & SON WELLINGTON! . The Moat Sceaafol Hrmedre'erdlsrov. red, as It Is certain In Its affect and doe. not bllstar. Road proof below I Kendall's Spavin Cure. Littu Rone, Ark., Apr M, U. Dm B. J. Kntuu. Oo.: OenU-It U wtth the irrrMrt wit .farilnn thM I Inform y.u that I hecurrl tho foUdwinn (ll'Hev-c Hwrrni'y.Hhouldrr Jolni Ijumrnrnn, MMf Jnlul l.amonriM. Hbo-Holl. I. hum nr In Kiirr Fool. I am wnrklntf on Hip-Joint jimrniim nnd will euro thnt all wttb Ki-ii'lall't Hyavln Cur. It U th Ix'iit I.lnlnirnt rr minor lwt I have pver utt1. 1 rtvtimrneml It t nil horno owner. HotiM that Ihirn worfcHnn nr Tnlualtlc. but without your Islnlmrnt would wortblew. I h.vsi rn,.i,.u wh.1 iiswhI It for Humins and HrolHcn n 1 rureo lit. 'in. i nuv niiy n i iih- ! tbny trtr uwd. vour truly, B. u. . wlua Kendall's Spavin Cure. Tiitow. Kloh., Aiiff.. 18, fX Dr. b. J. Knokuv Co., lHur nir I now lake tho ploMUr nf tostlfylnfl or your " KotiilAll'npvluCuru" and IU merlU. I enii in ut my Niirpr1fl tbat It hai cured rr nm t wo I Inuboiicn blebramo on tbt Hprlng on a tbr0 vfr old colt. I Utwl It iireiirdlliK (o dlro tl ni on the Imttle. It 1 wortb flve timet the cott of tt to iiny man who hu nood of ulnR nny homo imdl- in.' of tbt kind. If any ono doubi tbt to bo a f wt, pleaat write dlroct to ma. Jul! N JON KB. Kendall's Spavin Cure. I'M i pr bottle, or si i bottles forks. Alldrnr gtRts have It or can gvt It for yoa, or It will tie sssit to any addtwas oa reoalpt of prion by the proprlf tors. UK . H. J. KHMitl.l, (., Eatwkarfk Fall.. VrrtnonU HOLD BT ALL 1KUMU8T8. 7 KENDALL'S &A Goodrich Clothing House and see. them. Mucli of our If you don't our fault. REPORT OF THE CONDITION FIRST NATIONAL BANK Al Welllniton. Id the Bute of Olilo. at thecloK of bullae... July 12. ISM. HESOURCES. Loaa. aail Dt.cuunta, , 2i;,7 II Overdraft.. .frurrrl and uu.rrured rvrtlll r. S. Bond, to HM circulation AMU l Due from approved reserve agent. SS.SI7 S3 DankHm-bouM:, luruUurv, and future.... Il.tuOMI Current finen.i'. and taxe. paid W0 W Blll.of oilier bank. KW Fractional l'aper Currency, nickel., and cenu Specie mm Legal tender note. Redemption fund with U. S. Treaiurer, ( per cent of circulation) itlB 7s I. vil 00 :. m mi HA oo Total. KM IIAlllI.ITIkH. Capital tuxt paid la lui,onoou Surplu. Fund I7.MU Ut Undivided proOta. I.W National Hank Note, outatandlng 7l.UH on Dividend, unpaid 111 Mi Individual depo.ll. subject to check 171, ir. til Demand certificate, of deposit H.3 M Due to other National Hanks..' 40 Notes and bill. rt dleounted I0.US) Ml Total fWi.lw Stateof Ohio. Countyof Lorain. s: I, Iff Cr.uiox. Ja.. Cashier of the .Imve named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true tothebcstofniy knowledge and belief. W. i i MM i'.. .IK., Cashier, Subscribed and sworn to before me this i-th day of Inly, 113. E. A. VAN CI.KEF, Notary Public. H. g. 8. K. l.uiinil.m, inrecior.. Edward West. I Jhe Best and Pursst Medicii. 2 EVER IV. Aufc. . !v Uwlllilrlvctho 'froinj stir 'WmTr.h-au niul ti,n.. :li. Tln ',. MaapswS " BUilflifs . ij wliVli mar your "K'aiitj o tx 4 3-sWsrn rausofl by lmpurt n-. 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I have asBfjeiated with me in thiB department Mr. Benschoten, who has no Buperior in the country in taking care of the dead. Em balming a specialty. J. L. Sanford. . li I IIS " ivwi instant D'lU I Mini Ik mi InliilliMo Cnre for Illes. MMfL Hy i llniirKevlsornniil. Hainj'ii'H irrre. aaOffSsT'S W St SWISH" 'llox 2tl8,Nuw York Utty. Sclentlllo American Agency for CAVEATS, AOS MARKS, ION PATENTN OPYRIOHTB, stir Information and free Handbook writ to WBR tCO., Ml HwiAiiw r, New Ytmit. QMtst boraau for securinc pstents In Amarus. Tfiry natant taken out by us Is brought before St) pubMo by a notlos given free of charge In I ho Scientific American ltrgast rtronlatlon of any sclentine paper '.nth. worltt Hplmiflldlr lllnstrated. No liit.lllg.nt man snoqlfl (-.I witnont. ii. weesir. ssa.vy vaari Bl.MI six Adams surra tt lo. TTsnissr- tn Broadway. , y. Nw tors. c SASH : VESTS $1,25 and $1.50 each If you want to be tony and in style buy and wear one. will be yours for low prices, it won't be Furniture! DiHMilntioii Nol itf. Nutlce U hert-liy given tli.ti lie firm of Tucker A Opl llM this f ilinlved liy Diutusl ennsent, i . A Ij.ils lie nit lbs re tiring purtuur. T S Tni kfi will collect und pay all bills ut Die late tirm. 29 T. S. Tuckeii, C. A. CoiJ5. Osvcsts. and Trade-Harks ohlslned. and all I'at aat business conducted for Modsrat. Fmi, Our Offlcs Ii Opposite U. 8. Patsnt ODIes, and we ran soniro patent In loss tins than thosa ramoto from Washington. Bend model, drawing or photo., with descrip tion. We advlM, If patentable or not, freo of charge. Our fo. not due till patont la seated. A PsmpKlel. "Uow to Obtsln Patents," with names nfactusl clients In your Btato, county, or town, sent (to. Addrsss, C.A.SNOW&CO. Ct jitdo Pa'cnt Oast) Vijiilnftsii, D. C