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   Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1890, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                FREMONTS A REDWOOD Tlic 1lonoora Clemency to n Condemned Stexlctui Prisoner of Just before the capture of San Luis OWspo the men under Fremont had been sit bjcctdd to great and to privation and hardships of all and their hatred of the Mexicans had reached its In it was pretty clearly understood that if any of the enemy was unfortunate enough to fall into their hands they would spend but little time or sentiment in disposing of On IS two days after the taking of the tho picketa captured Don Jose do Josu who was called Ho was tried by court martial on tho charge of breaking his was found guilty and was sentenced to bo Tho fact that Pico was a leader rendered him still more an object of hatred and and on every side were heard Viurmurs of approval when it was deeid he should pay tho penalty of his jflraichery with his The execution was ordered for half past 10 oclock in the and at 10 oclock tho whole battalion was ordered to parade on tho where the execu tion was to take Tho prisoner was confined in a room in tho with two or three of his of was awaiting tho coming of the prisoners family to la leu their last farewell of tho beloved husband and The with bowed was seated on one and opposite stood Fremont with folded anus and face unmoved from its usual stern de The officers in grim silence wore grouped about when the with her eight or nino young filtered dressed in the deepest The wife was u beautiful woman of stalely and tho children of delicate and refined No word was ut tered to break tho which had grown Then tho children fell upon their and with tearful eyes find outstretched hands mutely begged for tho life so dear to the ofiieors present was that Httrn Richard who had nover feared a living but whoso eyes wenthen dimmed with tears at thu pathetic sight Sudden for ho could no longer control him lie uttered the one Colonell Fremonts face relaxed its determined and ho I know wo had rat her meet fi thou sand of them in tho field tomorrow than take this Turning to tho pris oner he You aru pardoned you are The prisoner fell upon his knees at FivmontV feet and proved tho hem of his to his exclaiming brokenly in My life was You have it mid henceforth it shall ho devoted to Instantly Pico ordered that his be and from day on there was no more devoted follower of Fremont through danger of every kind than man whoso life he had given back to Sun Francisco An To build a chimney that will draw forever aud not fill up with soot you must build it largo sixteen inches square use good brick and clay instead of lime up to the comb plaster it inside with clay mixed for ciUininey tops use the very best of vfcit them and lay them in cement mor Tho chimney should not bo built tight to beams and rafters there is where tho cracks in your chimneys and where most of the lires origi as the chimney sometimes gets red A chimney built from tho cellar up is bettor and loss dangerous than one hung on the Do not get your stove pipe holo too close to tho but about eighteen inches from York Tho Iollti When Moreau was in tho United Stales he was onco tho victim of a rather droll Ho was pres ent at a concert where a pieco was sung by tho choir with tho refrain Having a very imperfect knowledge of English ho fancied it to bo a cantata given in his and thought ho dis tinguished tho words To to Each time tho refrain was repeated ho rosu to his foot and gracefully bowed on all to tho groat astonishment of the who did not know what to of ArmntroiiK 1lnn for it Public 1ark flint Will Be Unlike All The newspapers have got hold of a story lhat our Arm is to present the state with a tract of redwood land in Sonoma county for Wo made inquiry of the donor and found tho rumor only that ho does not intend it to the state or to any particular municipality or but to for tho use of the for posterity and for all This magnificent gift of 000 acres lies in Big near tho extremity of the branch of the San Francisco and North Pacific about one mile from tho river at In Sonoma and accessible by rail from San Francis wliich is seventy miles It is the last considerable tract of these big trees in this region or so near tho Of course there are other scopes of scattered timber in the scrubby in growth and out of tho But this is u grand forest of monstrous much on level bordered by tho side of the Mount Jackson with tree trunks from five to fifteen feet in diameter and more than 800 feet intermingled with various other sorts of occa sional laurel and other woods add ing to tho beauty of tho Tho donor says tho gift will not bo fully appreciated for tho next fifty when no other spot like it can bo found in his motive will bo un Tho trustees will bo selected follows Perhaps tho chairman of the Golden Gate park trustees of San Francisco tho landscape gardener of Central Now York city the chief justice of thu supreme court of Califor and a local trustee of this These gentlemen and their successors forever will hnvo control under but few restrictions in the deed of A WONDERFUL EATER HERE TO IS A MAN WHO IS A TERROR FREE LUNCH At One Content Ho Ate Mortb of Iliiln Devoured 1our Gal of Oyntcrg oil Another Ills William Green appeared at the four courts and before Assistant Prosecut ing Attorney Diorkes swore out a war rant charging Otto Feldt with embez Feldt lives at Blair ave It is alleged in tho information that he borrowed from Green a photo graphic outfit of tho value of which ho has refused to Tho William is something of an In ho is tho champion of tho country in his hav ing defeated all comers at numerous Years ago tho challenges sent out by his who wished to buck him to out eat any man in tho United wero never and forfeits which had been posted wero taken Green has a Tho first mutch of any note iu wliich ho was engaged came off in From his boyhood ho had j recognized that ho hud an enormous capacity for any kind of yet his fare for a day or a week would compare in quantity with that of any ordinary working It was only when he tried to eat that he devoured such an immense amount of OUKENS j In 1873 who is u was at work with a number of bills in South when ho met three men at the lunch Ono of them wasa another a constable and the third a dep ELECTRIC CANAL I nty Green felt u littlo hungry in the deed of Onol his Wlllk sot in to Pllt tho wholu will be that no timber shall over be cut of lv flvc ouml the or trimmed unless it bo blown iuui the marshal thought they Another condition will bo that the park eat v bit and a shall not bo a place for for was prepared by some of tho by fear of and shall only be visited in Thero will be paths and the as well as many ornamental struct and a gateway ami fountains in keeping with its for which a sufficient endowment is to be placed in tho hands of tho Tho details cannot be given for nor in fact aro they But it is un derstood that some of tho work will be done in the timo of the and that he will retain control for the present and as long as he Out of the COO acres about with valuable aro being put into condition for yielding a considera ble and much of it is as line land lies iu Russian river After its income may no longer bo re quired by tho family it is provided lhat it shall part of the and the trustees will bo directed to use such por tion may be convenient to erect glass houses for propagating strange trees and to bo used in bordering tho drives and ornamenting the It will bo seen from the hkelrh that tho plan is for and it will take i long while to work it though in the main tho natural features of i wild forest aro intended to predom inate IeMVlTH T till HllKllKlt Professor Jacob the author of tho most learned German grammar jointly with his tho best German says Among all tho mod ewrIanguagcs none by giving up 8md confounding all tho laws of and by cutting off nearly all tho infloc acquired greater strength and vigor than tho Its fullness of free middle which cannot bo but only is tho cause of an essential force of expression such as perhaps never stood ut tho command of any other language of A Hourly A well known traveling agent for a Philadelphia carriage paper has curried off tho honors for eating in this At a recent meal for himself ho consumed two whole fried Maryland fivo pounds ono extra porterhouse ten curs of ono dozen toma toes sliced with ono quart slowed potatoes and 0110 dozen corn Ho was tho only man who partook of tho and ho did not full into ashes when he In tho suburbs of Boston lives a mer chant who is something of an and not infrequently ho brings home with him from the city on his return from business somo idbit or Not long since he found somo particularly choice Roquefort and tho day bo ing Saturday ho took a pieco homo with him for his Sunday Arrived at tho station he was mot by his man with tho and in driving home ho put tho bundle on tho bottom of the whero it lay forgotten until tho next At dinner ho re membered tho and sending for he asked what he hud done with tho of cheese which ho loft on tho bottom of tho Was that sor responded Pat in evident j of course it was What did you do with it upon mo it nover in terod mo comprehension that it was It smellod that that I thought shnro it wore and I wint and buried maniu no riiolOKiuphliiK a 11 Ifil In Its John at a mooting of tho Kendal Natural History de scribed tho manner in which ho had been able to procure u photograph of a wood cock sitting on its no was walk ing in the neighborhood of a village on tho shoro of Morecumbo and observed ono of tho birds on its which was placed in an open situa Ho watched it for somo and wished that ho hud somo menus of transferring tho picture to Ho shortly afterward foil in with a friend who fortunately had with him his cam Iu tho course of an hour and a during which tho bird sat as if un conscious of their they secured four A picture of tho nest and after tho bird had been driven was also York Tele Slzo of Sun iiml What is tho apparent sixo of tho disk of tho KUU or moon scon with tho nuked eye Most people estimate it at from about three inches in diameter to tho jggp of utiuiip An investigation thai ut u distance of ten feet a sil Tcr quarter dollar would conceal tho disk of iho sun or as would a buckshot about ft quarter of an inch in diameter atarina An Ilillmoly A man 00 years old was married re cently in a small German town to a woman ton years his Tho youth ful bride insisted upon having a great with tho addition of a spe cial marriage sermon from the lips of hor beloved Tho after useless assented to tho wishes of his futviru hotter His can bo imagined moro easily than described when tho beloved pastor begun his sermon with the forgive for they know not what they York It was agreed that tho man eating the least was to pay tho whole and tho quartet set to Such confidence had Green in his own abilities that he took bets right and left at oven money that ho would beat the As tho contest proceeded he offered ab surd odds that he could win with pounds to Ho not known about tho place and tho bystanders fairly crowded for his having seen what tho marshal and constable could do on various occa Everything in tho saloon went ou the bill of faro and tho men ato for an Then tho tailor gave it up in de spair and sat down to watch the Ten minutes later tho constable had a pain under his jacket and The marshal stood it for another half hour and then gave up in Green ato with such a vigor that everybody was When ho finished he had de voured worth of food and his up petite was still Green collected his bets and went The story of tho match and tho following day Ludwig and Hess called at his residence expecting to find him Ho was as chipper a and regaled his modical visitors with tho stories of his outing Sworn statements of tho amount tho man hud eaten wero made and accounts of tho j affair wero telegraphed all ovor tho coun UASTHOXOMIO Green made no more matches for a number of being decidedly averse to obtaining notoriety on account of bis peculiar On several ho went with somo of his friends to places about tho and sur prised all spectators by devouring every morsel of food ou tho lunch Proprietors of restaurants whoro tho sign All you can eat for fifteen cents was hung up soon grow to know and barred their doors when thoy saw him about to Finally his friends backed him to eat cove oysters against the A Con necticut man had devoured eight quarts of tho but Green almost dis counted him by swallowing twelve quarts m hours When tho craze ovor Iho eating of ono quail a day for thirty days was ou Green won numerous first by eating ono quail a day for twenty five then for thirty days and finally for fifty His friends offered to back him to eat two quails a day for a but could get no answer to their Greens latest mutch was loss than three mouths Ho was in a small country town collecting for a Louis ghuss company and met a horso trader iu a Tho horso trader thought ho could oat oysters with tho next man and offered 19 back himself against the Green took all the hots ho could and then bet his opponent two to ono that ho would eat two quarts to his Tho horso trader was game and tho bets wero When Green offered him three to ho and tho contest was The horso man swal lowed three quarts of tho bivalves and By this time Green had put liim self on tho outside of fivo Ho then offered to bet that ho could out us many moro and won all the money in sight by covering an additional ton This made almost four gallons of tho mollnsks which had entered his yet ho was not oven Green is a middle aged of medium yet short in Ho weighs in tho neighborhood of 259 pounds and has never been sick in his His appetite is but his capacity is abnormal to say Iho Louia Introduction of the Hetr Motive Power Would Ruin the There has appeared in n mechanical publication ihe following statement An electric of sug gests a plan to reduce very largely the cost of transportation on tho Erie His plan is to adopt the trolley now generally in use on street to tho the overhead trolley system can bo applied to street railways at a cost of about half that of horse ho why can it not tako tho place of canal mules with a liko re duction of cost Tho poles and other appliances for tho overhead and in fact tho whole covering tho whole length of tho could be readily arranged without hindrance to The span would not bo too wide at any A reporter asked tho opinion of William tho electrical engi neer of the Watervliot Railroad com Miller said certain ly it can bo I do not seo why the sumo motive power of turning a wheel by the electric current cannot be util ized on a canal boat as well iis on a Tho only question is tho If they want to put through such a scheme it will cost As to thero being a reduction of expense from that required for horso or mulo power I cannot as I am not well enough acquainted with the canal to A very extended and interesting opin ion on tho feasibility of tho canal elec trical scheme was given by John of tho Ronan Towing Ronau said Tho plan which you ex plain to mo is not a new ono by any The first man who broached tho Erie canal trolley system to mo was an who is demented on the sub ject of I think of course merely from a not a point of view that tho scheme is im There uro a thousand and ono objec tions to which present themselves to any for tho trolley It must bo remembered that it is canal bouts and not horse cars that are to bo run Tho horse car is forced to go in u certain line by the solid But would not a canal bout waver so from side to sido that it would bo impossible to keep a trolley wheel ou that set wire Then there would bo tho continual probability of the wires blowing down and in other ways being How uro tho trolleys to bo managed going through locks you do not travel tip and down grade in an inclined posi tion as a car aro always on a What would they do ut tho six teen locks with the trolley system I think tho trolley system ou tho canal is utterly out of It em braces so many points whero complica tions might and so much cost of that 1 think it is entirely Supposing it were adopt Supposing that all tho or more bouts on the canal were on that or tho At any timo a boat is liable to leak or to have an accident tic cur to its What then is to bo done It would block tho whole and that could not bo Ono of the main will say tho main tho introduction of this system would be its reduction of That is what wo uro looking As canal boats uro now constructed tho introduc tion of tho trolley system would revolu tionize tho whole Thero would huvo to be special bouts built for tho introduction of motors and propelling That would throw tho great army of canal bouts that uro now being used off tho for no boats that did not run by electricity could navigate in those Can wo ifford to do this Then the introduction of a motor into a canal bout would in crease its tonnage greatly I would reduce its carrying capacity almost per When Royalty Travels In There ms existed in Japan for many centuries a curious law to the effect that whenever the emperor or empress ap peared in public no other person should seem to occupy a higher place than this member of the royal family therefore on such occasions tho shutters of nil up per stories wero and tho parts of the houses through which tho royal partymoved ware seemingly de This law is still in Three months when the empress went into the country for a brief an elab orate announcement was posted in con spicuous places along tho line of her con templated route commanding tho public to observe strictly certain requirements of to wit When hor majesty shall pass along no one must look at hor from tho frame built on houses for tho drying of or through cracks in or from any position in the upper purt of their If anybody wishes to seo her majesty he or sho must sit down at tho side of tho road by which her majesty will All children must bo taken particular euro of that they do not play in tho and so obstruct tho passage of hor ma jesty through tho No ono must look at her majesty with out taking off his neckcloth or or whatever else he may llo wealing on his no one must bo smoking whilo ho or sho is look ing at her nor must any one curry a stick or Only women wearing tho clothes of foreigners will bo permitted to retain their head Although it may no person will bo allowed to put up an umbrella while her majesty may bo Dogs must not bo allowed to wander on to tho road by which her majesty will Until tho passage of her tho route by which she will como will bo kept free from all carriages and jinri Tho roads which sho will take must bo completely free from all traffic As her majesty no ono must raise his nor must any sound bo nor must tho crowd close in urn follow hor for no noise When hor majesty reaches Umedi station thero will bo a discharge of fiftj Eugeno Field in Chica CATCHING SPORT ALONG THE JERSEY SHORE AND AT GREAT SOUTH Ono by Ono tho Idols Am Fulling Tho papers havo boon full of para graphs about Edward thu Bris tol who is described ui having died ut tho ago of was not a according t his own ho was living ut Kings whoro ho was when th battle of Waterloo was and ye lie wont to seltlo in London three o four years before ho was It clear us only seventyfive year havo passed since Grubb can not havo been moro than 90 when ho A still moro conclusive proof is af forded by the tombstone over his fathers grave in tho churchyard at which records that ho died in at tho age of 31 so that if Grubb was u centenarian ho was born when his father vas years and if ho was 10 ho Hist havo been born when his father vas 7 years old It would bo just as veil if tho instead of eagerly wallowing every flapdush story that is mraght to wero to lake Iho suga ious advice which President RouUiguvo o Dean Burgon Always verify your All shouldnt wear your hat on out Littlo could I wear it ot both sides To Clean This iw tho way they clean and reno vate furs in Russia Somu ryo flour is put into a pan upon tho stovo ami stirring constantly with tho so long as tho bout can bo Thou spread tho Hour all ovor tho fur rubbing it in well them brush it gently with a very clean or beat it softlj till all tho Hour is It is cluimet that this method will mako tho fur up pear almost or quite liko A ThoiiKitiul iiilnoiiH thu Tho largest foo ever paid to a Scotch advocate was that of guineas sent to tho lord advocate with his brief in tho recent action with reference to tho Murthly Fivo hundred guineas was tho feo at first but this was not enough to induce his lordship to leave his dnties in Somo timo ago tho lord advocate received a feo of 800 guineas in a court of sessions tben tho highest feo known in It is curious that both foes should havo boon supplied by American Kennedy and Ross and it is equally curious that both of them lost their actions in tho huiij Some idea of tho quality of what is known as penny dreadful literature in England may bo obtained from tho state ment that a tho wife of a well known had occasion to com plain several times that hor cook neg lectcd her Finally this negligence became so gross that tho mistress was compelled to haul hor ovor tho What was her amazement to bo calmly informed by tho young woman that sho was so much occupied with tho novel sho was willing for a weekly paper that sho hud no timo to attend to hor duties iu tho A Little UiiBty on Professor to inquire about your son I havent seen him at tho academy 1 hopo you havo not decided to keep him out of Farmer I Ive sot Jimmio to blasting out stumps for awlulo till ho gets liis bearings I guess wo cau but ho was purty badly out o Cumo homo tother night and commenced to talk to mo about iron ox Him Itfiiutlful lit a wonderful thing is nat ure How grand How comprehen sive oven tho smallest plant ox tho smallest insect has got a Latin lilt 3Io A certain genial old who 3 a gentleman of likes nothing jettor than to watch tho sports of chil Iron and contrive pleasant surprises for At ono while loitering near tho wrder of tho pond in tho public which is not far from his 3 observed several small boys on ho in stooping Middling tho water with their The temptation to tup the back of ono of beso bending urchins was and Bdid tap ono The boy up liko a looked and called out What did you strike mo sir So that you might riso and tako this pieco of my said tho old handing him tt Tho entirely grinned And instantly all tho other boys flocked up to each one shouting ut tho top of his voice will mister jouil It will preserve us from censorious ness will lead us to distinguish circum stances keep us from looking after vis ionary and mako us soo things In their proper It will lead us to study accom modations to weigh consequences to determine what to observe and what to pass by when to bo immovable and when to It will produce good keop us from taking freedoms and handling things roughly will novel agitato claims of but touch us to submit ourselves ono to Good sense will lead persons to regard their own duties rather than to recom mend those of York Led Gomilno First didnt you tackle that lady Sho might huvo given you Second let hor go because understand my business hotter thai you I never ask a woman for any thing when sho is olono but when two women aro together you can get money fjom because each one is afraid the other will think hor stingy if sho re This profession has to bo studiei1 liko any other if you expect to make i a London Jn IJoiml n FlNblng Ques tion of Trtoklc nnd Wlnit Tt niuvflRhliiR for ItiifthiOM mid Ilmmuro nUicm on A slight breeze ruffles tho The vessels scud by under full and the ishing off on tho riso and all liko logs on the long ground Tho surf breaks on tho beach in great which throw thoiiiselves high upon tho sand and then rush buck to mingle with tho moro congenial ele On the bluff at Seabright stands a man whoso shaded by his are bent fixedly upon a small dark patch on the ocean over which aro clustered excited sea Now and then tho mtch scintillates with silver and tho gulls tluow themselves from their lofty height into tho silver It seems to bo moving nearer The watcher perceives it to bo a school of Soon the school is insido of the breakers and ho runs into a neigh boring Ho comes out carrying a long fishing neatly coiled and ending in six inches or moro of stout to which is attached a lead Renniving his shoes and stockings and rolling up his trousers tho carrying tho coil of lino on his wades into tho and catching hold of tho lino six feet from tho squid begins to whirl tho pieco of lead around his It whirls fast er and After the retreat of a wave ho finally runs down almost into tho ocean bod and lots go of tho The squid lies out straight a hundred and liliy feet or moro and settles into tho FISUINCI FROM THE Then tho fisherman hauls it in hand ovor hand as rapidly us ho A blue flsh jumps from tho water and tho lino assumes a marked Tho fisher man hauls yet and pulls up on the bench a six pound Ho unhooks the powerful blue white bellied fish very for hois mindful razorlike teeth and does not euro to loso a llo throws the fish high up on tho beach and begins his efforts In half an hour the blue which have boon in chano of school of head for deeper and fisherman picks up his catch of a dozen or moro and walks back to tho Such is bluefishing on tho Jersey Would yon seo tho sport on Great South go to any of tho bordering and engage fora small sum u sail boat and a captain to tako you If do not become seasick and thero is n eeling breeze you will havo grand Y squid and lino can bo or a rod nd reel with a The boat keels veil over on its side and rushes through ho water with an exhilarating Several long lines troll out from tho and tho squids of bono or metal fly hrough tho Now tho fish strikes mo now until pro octed as they aro by aro soro and inns A mornings sport will often ield enough fish for a largo Another method frequently practiced icro known to fishermen as chuin Several hundred or aro u portion of vhioh aru ground or chopped up into u ind of and liberally scattered jver tho surface of tho water whero tho xmt is THE An oily stick is thus formed which louts rapidly to and often at tracts tho bluefish within a radius of a A slice from tho menhadens back put on a largo hook and tho lino is hrown and as it drifts away bait is seized by tho voracious fish which swarm about tho Bluefish taeklo is exceedingly A dollar will purchase all that is neces sary for hard while an outlay of or will buy a stout casting Ov stout reel and and tho nec essary hooks and With this out it tho most fastidious can Small snappers of two pounds weight iro quite abundant at Broad channel and tho inlet of Jamaica and also atSea Princes the Horse at Sandy Hook and at Tho largo fish running from six to fifteen pounds have been found iu great quantities all along tho Long Island and Jersey Tho season is usually from tho middle of July to the first of To bo sure of good fishing and big fish ono should go aboard ono of tho stanch little smacks that supply Fulton market with its Fridays A littlo tact and tho judicious xiso of four or iivo dol lars will secure a Those boats go out to tho banks of tho Jersey or Long Island shoro and sail around until fish are Then they Small hand mills uro brought ou dock and menhaden aro ground Dories to tho number often of a each car rying a man and mush and put off from tho smacks and anchor within a radius of half a At the end of tho day each dory will bring iu two or three hundred largo As the smacks remain out from a wook to ten and fish and fresh vegetables comprise tho bill of an enjoyable sea voyage offers its attractions in addi tion to tho York A Teuilor Uuurtotl Old dear Miss Young if youd only marry me I coulc die Miss Million if you wero dying Id marry you York 1nitty LUtlu Cupr Ono of tho prettiest eights I know is to meot a band of Capri aged from 13 to returning from their days llero thuy como with their skirts tucked up on ono tho rod kerchief careless ly tied it tho back of their shapely from under which tho wavy hair escapes cheeks flushed after hard tongues As they pass they look you straight in the suiilo merrily and wish you Buona with audible comments ou your personal But they are not difficult to and as long as you havo an agreeable expression the general verdict will bo that you are bella   

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