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THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1884
ROUG-H ON FLTJMBERS- An Invention that Promises Greatly Curtail Their Business. to .'New York Mail; "Talk about bringing the plumbers to terms," said a patent broker to a Mail and Express reporter this morn ing, "here's an invention that will knock spots out of the whole tribe." The reporter was shown the model of a house, upon the rear of which had been fixed the Jay automatic anti-freezing valve. The attachment is a simple contrivance, consisting of an expansion rod connected with a waste valve in the water pipe in such a man ner that when the rod contracts by cold the valve is opened and the waste established, and when the rod expands the valve is closed and the waste ceases. "This invention," said Mr. T. Sar-ony-Lampert, of No. 307 East Eighty sixth street, ''is one of great public importance. One of the annoyances of the winter season is the freezing of the water pipes. Then the damage caused by an overflow is often some thing serious. Why, many houses pay from 620 to $300 a year for plnmbing and house repairs caused by frozen pipes. This business is the plumbers stronghold, and when they once get into a house there is no get ting rid of them." "Is this Jay invention an absolute protection aeainst the freezing of water pipes ?" "Most certainly. The thing is based upon the non-freezing principle of running water. Now, through the pipes to be protected, thi3 attachment regulates, automatically, a current of water kept circulating. The rod is exquisitely adjusted, so that it will open the valve at the highest temper ature at which there is danger of the water freezing in the pipes." "Has any exact calculation of the quantity of water wasted by this sys. been made V "Not yet, but it is safe to say that the water waste is reduced to a mini mum. You the freezing of the water is prevented both by the mo tion established in it when the waste is opened, and by the displacement of the water in the pipes by the warmer water from the main. Then the ser vice in the pipe i3 never interrupted, while there i3 only a mere, nominal waste of water. The city authorities have given permission to the inventor to place one of his attachments on a public hydrant, in order to demonstrate the great saving of water they insure. passed into delirium, was restored to consciousness, and at the end of three days was pronounced out of danger. The old cat has killed several snakes since the disappearance of her kittens. She never hunted snakes before. It is believed her kittens were eaten by snakes, and that she knew it, and is avenging their death by killing snakes. How a Oat Knocked the Life Out of a Snake. Hawley, Pa., August 19. An drew Bellas is a car runner on the Pennsylvania coal company's gravity railroad lines q,t Plane No. 4, on the line of that road. One day last Tveek a couple of small kittens were missing from his house. As he was going through his back yard looking lor them he saw the mother of the kittens stealing along through the grass. Bellas stopped, and looking ahead of the cat, saw a huge pilot snake about six feet distant. The ;at crept to within a foot of the snake, which was ready to strike, then she stopped, and raising her forepaw, cautiously held it out toward the pilot. Like a flash the latter struck at the paw, but the cat whisked her paw out of harm's way, at the same time bringing her right paw into play, and before the snake could recover it self, dealt it a blow on the head that knocked the pilot back a foot or more, the cat's claws leaving deep scratches. The snake, evidently greatly sur prised and maddened by the cat's attack, returned to the fight. Again the cat presented her left fore paw, and again the pilot struck viciously at it only again to miss and recieve the terrible right bander alongside the head. This was repeated four times, when the snake weakened, and, thoroughly dispatched, turned and at tempted to drag itself away. Instant ly the cat sprang upon the retreating reptile, and with two or three strokes with her sharp claws tore it to pieces. She carried the remains of the dead snake to a distant part of the yard, where she dug a hole and buried it. Bellas went to a rocky hill not far away, thinking the kittens might be there. fie saw a crevice in the rocks which looked like a snug hiding place for them, and he thrust his hand into it. Instantly he felt a sharp, stinging pain in his finger, and it then shot up his arm to the shoulder. He with drew his hand quickly. A rattle snake had sunk its fangs into his fore finger and retained its hold with such tenacity that he could scarcely shake it off, He killed the snake and hur ried home. An old woman named Bailey sucked the wound while Bellas drank plentifully of whisky. After sucking the bite thoroughly Mrs. Bailey applied table salt. This and Three Meals a Day Necessary. Boston Transcript. An English writer gives some much needed advice as to the times and fre quency of meals. In his opinion the present usual practice of three meals a day has good reason, as well as cus tom, in its favor. When work of any kind is being done, whether mental or bodily, the intervals between taking food should not be so long as to entail demands on the system when its store for the generation of force is exhaust ed. An ordinary full meal, in the case of a healthy man, is generally considered to have been completely digested and to have passed out of the stomach in four hours. A period of rest should then be granted to the stomach. Assuming that two hours are allowed for this, the interval be tween one meal and another would be six hours ; and this accords with the experiences of mo3t men. During rest and sleep there is less waste going on, and especially during sleep there is a greatly diminished activity of all the functions of the body. The inter val, therefore, between the last meal of one day and the first of the next may be longer, as it generally is, than between the several day meals. As suming that breakfast be taken about 8 or 9 o'clock, there should be a mid day meal ahout 1 or 2. The charac ter of this must depend on the nature of the day's occupation and the con venience ot the individual. With women and children this is generally their hungry time, and the mid-day repast, whether called luncheon or dinner, is the chief meal. So is it with the middle and laboring classes, for the most part. But for merchants professional men and others, whose occupations take them from home all the day, this is inconvenient, and moreover, it is not found conducive to health or comfort to take a full meal in the midst of the dav's work There can. however, be no doubt that much evil arises irom attempting to go through the day wituout food, and then with exhausted powers sitting down to a hearty meal. oomethmg of a light, easily digestible, but sus tainins: character, should be taken toward 1 or 2 o'clock. Christened in a Oar. New York Mail and Express A crowded Third avenue car was going up town yesterday afternoon when a lady and a gentleman with a Jbaby in his arms got aboard at Canal street. The gen tleman was given a seat, and almost instantly the infant gave vent to streams suggestive of choice or a cruel pin. The father tried in vain to quiet the child, and finally handed it over to the mother. ''Turn to its muddv 1" said she, taking the child. "Nas3y papa to tease baby. Sail mamma whip papa. Ea, see sail." The child was not to be quieted by this baby talk, however, and yell ed, if possible mure loudly than ever. "It's a pin," said and old lady op posite. A careful search failed to locate such cause, and the baby con tinued to bawl. ''The child is hungry," said a gen tleman seated next to the mother," anybody can see that.-'' An old lady then came forward from the other end of the car and said to the poor, excited mother: "My dear child, I am not a mother, but an old maid ; still I think the baby wants a drink of water, nothing more." The car had just reached Cooper institute and hearing the old maid's remarks, the father jumped off the car and snatched up a tin dinner of oatmeal water there on hand for the use of the drivers and conductors, and gave the baby a drink. Instant ly its cries ceased and it began to laugh and crow. 'Didn't I tell you ?' said the old maid. ''Cold water will do for child ren sometimes what all things else fail to accomplish." "Oh, I am so glad," said the mother, "for we are taking the baby to be christened." "Yes," spoke up the happy father, "and as we have been at a loss for a name for him I suggest that we call him St. John, because of his fondness for cold water." His Slippery Glass Eye. "The Squire," says the author of "The Hoosier Scoolmaster," "wore one glass eye and a wig The glass eye was constantly slipping out of focus, and the wig turning around sidewise on his head whenerer he addressed the people of the Flat Creek District." Sad spectacle. Parker's Hair Balsam preserves aud Dromotea the erowth of the natural hair. It also restores the fiio TOMel txtqo Trf nA naiurai coior to nair which nas laoed or TTJ "r ""become gray. Clean, elegant, beneficial, twenty-four hours Bellas, who had J highly perfumed. ' Bill Nye on Hornets and Hornets on Bill Nye. I had an embalmed tarantula and porcelain-lined nest, and 1 desired to add the gray and airy home of the hornet. I procured one of the large size after cold weather, and hunsr it in a cabinet by a string. I forgot about it until this spring. When warm weather came something remind ed me of it. I think it was a hornet. TT ! ie jogged my memory m some way and called my attention to it. Mem ory is not located where I thought it was. It seemed as though wherever he touched me he awakened a memo ry, a warm memory with a red place all around it. Then some more hornets came and began raking up old personalities. I remember that one of them lit on my upper lip. He thought it was a rose bud. When he went away it looked like a gladiolus bud. I wrapped a wet sheet around it to take out the warmth and reduce the swelling so that I could get through the folding doors and tell my wife about it. Hornets Jit all over me and walked around my person. I did not dare to scrape them off because they are so sensitive. You have to be verv guarded in your conduct towards a hornet. I rememberonce while I was watch ing the busy little hornet gathering honev and June bugs from the bosom of a rose years ago, I stirred him up witn a ciuo, more as a practical ioKe than anything else, and he came and lit in my sunny hair that was when I wore my own hair and he walked around through my gleaming tresses quite awhile making tracks as large as a watermelon all over my head. If he hadn't run out of tracts my head would have looked like a load of sum mer squashes. I remember I had to thump my head against the smoke house in order to smash him, and I had to comb him out afterward with a fine comb and wear a waste paper basket two weeks for a hat. Outs. Adhesive plaster ought to be the best procurable, and instead of keep ing it in a roll in the drawer, it ought to be cut up into strips of different breadths. It is thu3 ready for im mediate use, and there is no chance of it sticking together as it does if kept in bulk. When it is necessary to use this plaster to keep the edges of a wound together, we must be careful, first and foremost, to see that the wound is perfectly clean, and no sand, glass, or grit in it, which would cause festering and prevent it from healing. Never cover a wound wholly up with a piece of plaster ; whatever be its size use long narrow strips. Warm the plaster by holding the back of it against a can of boiling watei for a few seconds, then apply it across the wound, leaving a small space between each strip to give exit to the lymph. Remember that sticking plaster ha3 no healing action in itself ; the bene fits derived from its use are of a pure ly mechanical nature. Clean cuts are better bound up with the blood, simply with a linen rag, for sticking plaster is no use until the bleeding stops. In cases of scalp wounds the hair must be shaved off before the plaster is applied. A Costly Statue. Toronto Mail : Besides the sura voted by parliament for the new equestrian group of the Duke of v elhngton and his war horse Copen hagen, which is to be placed on the site of the old statue at Hyde Park corner, an additional sum of 30,000 is asked from the British public. This amount is needed for the pedestal, which is to be decorated with bas-reliefs commemorating Wel lington's victories and bronze medal lion portraits of his companions in arms. JL quadriga, or iour-norse car, carrying a figure of Victoria, is to be placed on the summit of the marble arch near by. Among the contribu tors for these works are the Queen. the Prince of Wales, the Duke of "Westminster, Baron Rothschild aud Sir Thomas Brassey. Cazasey Ochoa died a hero. He was a Spaniard in the government civtt service. At the time of the collision of the steamers Gijon and Laxham, a few weeks ago, he was a passenger on the former. In the midst of the panic he remained lean ing over the rail of the fated steamer. He declined to enter the small boat, because he thought another person would endanger the safety of all. The vessel had settled low in the water by this time, and was swaying to and fro violently. The persons in the small boat shouted good by. He lit a ciga rette, adjusted his gold-bowed eye glasses and then waved his hand. A second later the steamer reared and dived straight down into the sea. Look Out for Frauds. Benson's Capcine Porous Plasters are widely imitated. Word Capcine cut in the genuine. Be careful. 25c Waiting For Mr. Jones. A Chicago man who lives on the top flat came wandering home and found he had forgotten his night-key. Howling through the tube to his flat he demanded, in what he assumed to be a disguised tone : "Is Mr3 Jones there ?" "Yes," she replied. "Is Mr. Jones there?" asked the husband. "It isnt time for him yet," replied Mr3. Jones. "He does'nt generally come home till daylight !" "The devil he don't!" muttered Jones. I say, he continued aloud can't I come up aud wait for hi m ?" "ISTot to-night; some other night. There is some one here now who has been waiting for him since dark I" "Great 5cott!" muttered Jones, glancing at his watch, and it's only four o'clock. Look here! I don't care anything about Jones: I want to see the man who is waiting !" "That's just the way I feel about it," replied Mrs. Jone3 sweetly. "Uow go away like a good man, and don't disturb me." Then Jones began to hammer on the door and howl until one of the neighbors came down and hauled him in by the collar. "Where's the man ?" he demanded of his wife "Where's the man who ha3 been waiting for me?" "What man ?" asked Mrs. Jone3, rubbing her eyes and looking up in nocently. "I said there wa3 some one waiting for you, and it's me, and if you think I'm not enough you want to stand around there just a few minutes longer by the watch. And Jones blessed God that it was not so and rent his garments from his system and landed himself into his bed saying : "The wise man has a froward tongue, but Jones goetfh no more unto the walkingr-match without his night-key. Chicago Weekly. IE. Xj. T31JL3MLTTJT01ST irmM JMAN Bellevfs and cures RHEUMATISM, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, BACKACHE, HEADACHE, TOOTH AGO, SORE THROAT, QDINSY, SWELLINGS, SPRAINS. Soreness, Cuts, Bruises, ' FROSTBITES, BURNS, SCALDS, And all olher bodily aches and pains. FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE. Sold by all Dm srgSsts and Dealers. Directions in 11 lnngnagea. The Charles A. Vogeler Co. Iteration b A. TUOELXK k CO.) Baltlacr, S4-, $11,950 IN CASH GIVEN AWAY To SMOKERS of Blackwell's Genuine Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco. 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