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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 8, 1875, Indianapolis, Indiana
Vol. Xxiv no. 46.? Anatolis thursday july 8 1875 by Ether leaving8. Jury room secrets. A Short summary of what was Dorr and said in the k jury room while Raso us Over a verdict. To new York 8nn reports so interview with jury Man Hall of the immortal to sufi win wrestled with toe conflicting evidence in be scandal suit or. Hall then with a very retentive memory detailed earn of the experiences of the jury room As Loewa at 1 15, when the judge a Cherite a concluded. We were taken to the jury room. Quot we effected an organization immediately Chester Carpenter being elected form to William t. Jeffrey Secretary and g. B. Halstead and George Hill tellers. We went to the opposite room to dinner Beierle any ballot we taken. But on ear re Tarn to the Jary room we proceeded to by tides. The Ford be lot was taken with great Hii Erest. It we >1 to 4 Dia cunnian Fok owed. And by several balloting without differ Enos in result continued until 7 30, when we bad supper. That night we balloted every boar the Lanch. Or. Tilton bad hurried from the court room to Bis Library for which Bis affection a reviving in proportion As Bla trouble cease and a in conversation with or. Peter k. Deyo when a messenger came to summon him to the symposium in which his friends were joining. Or. Tilton on Bis was to the pm Tarrant passed the Carriage of or. Jacob b. Murray the Plymouth usher. Mrs. Henry Beecher jr., and mrs Murray were in the Carriage and a Tilton atm de past the ladles scowled at him and spoke in Low tones to each other. Or. Pickwick received no More cordial Welcome from Bis club than or. Tilton received from his coterie of counsel and friends and with one Accord they saluted him. Or. Morris introduced or. Moulton a gentlemen Iron Massachusetts. Or. Tilton greeted or. Mounted with a Good Humoured Welcome and formally asked whether he was the Moncton spoken of la the Case of Tilton versus Beecher. Moulton lifted Bis Bead and admitted that be was. Or. Morula of no mar roses it lifted a of looked at the Reet of to party through and proposed the health of the three jury that night web lot every j men a braver than the three Hundred inon jurors mean wave being engaged in Lacus. Aion or seeking rest in �11 Sor Sof place sat Termo Pyle a App lame the Heab. A a m a of f1 Kael it a a i Lnu i a inn of i and in every . Or. Carpenter waa in the judges easy chair. Davia under the Jodge seek and Case on the table. Jeffreys was still in his feet at 3 of clock. Halstead was dive who the Case la the jury Box. Dave under the desk was almost gone and m<t�1 urn was Hunting for a soft bed a la Tilton. Hull was under the table with a Law be of for a Pillow and the Carpel Lor a bed. At 4 of clock they had averaged a Boa an bears sleep and most of them tried to shut their eyes to the Day Hgt Stoml ende Acong to find. Re pole but who would not or cowed Noi sleep prevented the other from enjoying it. Boring the Day with usual intermission Tor to Sale they con timed to consider the testimony although occasionally bothered by different of important Points. The crowd of watchers outside was a of As much interest a it the jury As the them Exelvee seemed to be so it and they were much amused at being followed from one sidot the court Bowne to the other. Unusually persistent watchers were noticed com men de upon and made the in ejects of All sorts of theories but no signals were observed. Every Transfer to j Edge Mccuen a a court room was Bailee with Delight As was the can ol1 1c� Cream and Box of Cigar that thy received in the afternoon of the second Day. After a upper on to second Day the discussion became Genera and was attended by animation and excitement until interrupted b the Transfer to the Lowe room when Bate Coats fans add writing material were picked up hastily and the jury were conducted Down stairs by the Coart officers followed by the crowd As far As possible. Other ballots followed during that night but on subsequent evenings Wool was stopped at 8 of clock. Friendly a bats followed and efforts to Arcure reel. The Day were passed in my 3b the same Way until they received the Tost Liony when they got along More satisfactorily although the results d id not Eulou rags l opes of an agreement. The Jary had duo Orahood that they were to receive built of it Imode and the failure to do so bad delayed them somewhat. After the tint two a Igeta the carers became tired oat sufficiently to Strep even in their uncomfortable places. One i agrees made Ala appearance Bat the Lucky Ros Sessor was no sooner Allsep than he wan rolled off and his place was taken by another soon to share his late. Or. A a alls Only luxury was a Sheet or covering of sheets of Brown paper pasted the recreations of the Inry were not Many. Jury Man fitter pro vet a Blessing. His Langing was entertaining his Vetoria interesting and his sleight of band tricks marvelous. He also introduced a gs�3 christened Quot the Beecher jury game a it was played upon a diagram marked Uron the table. Nine paper chips were held by each of t to players and the moves were alternate As in draughts. The player who succeeded in putting three of Bis Mea a Row on aay of the straight lines a Orold Lai e one of Bis opponents men. A a Quarter mile track was measured off for Wallis of Aud running races and pitching peonies a indulged to. Sunday was observed a a Day of rest and no devotions marked uie Day the subject in Dot Pete lie inc ment sued Only once or . said Chat the jury were anxious about the extra Compesi Sattre. For himself it had a hardship to neglect Bis Baciu Ess Jor six too to Sud units s something was done he of tit never reenter from the a raw a rack. Punch and fun Ait four. Bib flu of the Kola Jerk Tilton. The Sterral fund at a thk1r Cocu ski. A1tkk the yen up avs rendered the Charm of . Or. Moulton wrote the egad in a genuine fit it it of indignation and later in the Day received the plaudits of Bla friends Lor Wjk spin. Wen. Pivor and judge Morris agreed that it was no time or hair splitting and sayings. Or. Tilton thought Tissl Job. Kelly a a Dis Oovi iry of Charles a. Dana was drank As the pm non Iest editor in America the Enki by of shame in Vilice and frauds in the pulpit. Then the party fell into the most genial social conversation. Or. Tilton Wos brighter than he Hue been for a year and bushing the Clatter for a moment a gravely a iced gen. Pryor and or. Morris it it be convenient for them to receive their Lees at that time. Gen. Pryor dryly replied that he did not wish to be burdened with a Large sum of Money As be expected to go to Prince on in the afternoon. After the lunch gen. Pryor and or. Morris wont to or Luckton or. Carpenter harried to his studio in new York or. Moulton went Home and or. Tilton returned to Bis Library. As be went through use Street he was met by a number of friends who congratulated him on the disagreement of the Jary. One of i friends said �?o81r, i have been trembling to fear that the great Plymouth Church influence would sweep court jury and All Belore a a Yea All except the truth a added or. Triton. Judge Neilson Mot or. Tilton in the City court chamber and said a it May lie pleasing to Yon air to know that your dignity patience and courteous hearing throughout to trial have excited common _ the popular verdict. The pulpit and bar of Indianapolis on the so Oklah scandal from new Tork Herald interviews. Early in june or. J. W. Bingham of this City interviewed leading ministers and lawyers Here upon the til too Beecher trial Lor the now York Herald Bat the interviews were not published until saturday when they appeared a connection Many others throughout the country. Here la the Way such sentiment la reported under the head of Dlana Thryl my. The Rev. E. A. Bradley Rector of Christ a Church two be had no doubt of Beecher a innocence. He r Side red Bis explanation of his letters satisfactory. He would not however ilke to be in Bis shoes because of the suspicion that would Ever attach to Bis name. The Rev. U. W. F. Birch pastor of the third presbyterian Church said that Beecher bad mixed in bad company and was culpable Tor that. As str As his examination had gone he had not found enough to satisfy him that Beecher was guilty of the crime imputed o him. The pastor of Plymouth congregational Church the Rev. O. 8. Dean thought that Beecher bad been guilty of indiscretions and bad done some very foolish things but Bis opinion had Beon from lbs first and bad not been cd saved by the evidence that Bis Brooklyn brother a not guilty of criminal intimacy with . The Rev. Henry Day. Pastor of the first Baptist Church said he bad a very decided opinion in regard to the Case but As be lived in a Community where or. Beecher formerly preached and where he had Many old Frienda he did not think it would be Wise to give it. He thought the Jary would disagree with a preponderance in or. Beecher a favor in to ratio of eight to tour. The Rev. Fir. J. H. Bayli of Trinity methodist episcopal Church raid be would not wish to be quoted. At the outset in by been interviewed and Beu said Chat it was bad for Beecher but that both Aidee should be heard. Where there was such a great outburst there must be some guilt Bat be was not prepared to say just what the degree of guilt was. The lawyers. General Thomas m. Browne is Well known throughout the state for Bis Legal ability and and is also prominent in politics having run against Hendricks Tor governor in the last race. General Browns said that canvassed by Legal rules there was not much doubt of Beecher a guilt. He bad no doubt what the verdict of a new York or Brooklyn jury would be in such a Case sitting in Plymouth cd Orch with the outside influence that would be brought to Bear. The Hon. 8. E. Perkins formerly a i Serene saying. Or. Niton Sciug denial to Asci have had a better effect a. On the Pabloc. When judge Morris mat of Thyl supreme const of this state Moulton he greeted him angrily sue Spremo a a in the plainest a Artol improved Eug Luh of Moulton a going Sway when Biearman. Track and fill Waro Busy accusing them or conspiracy. In Union replied thai he was Back in time to Joki in the fight and that he would join bands All round to stir up to loader Price matter unit there was a cab Long Isit to stir and to Maito Plain Whoso the Jau was. As or. Moulton a going from a Orris a Pearsall a office with gen. Pryor Boa Siutoa reporter Quot the statement that a Shearman makes that i was Cooter Ned in procuring Primo and loader to make false my Cavite is a Elf it Abao iut and i moan to prove it. I was with gen Pryor when Leader a cd Price entered Morriss of face. Mod As Tecc Yoang Derk would not writ Cor Redlic. I Aclid a den and told the Gei eral to do Tate and i wrote Down s Bat be Xeo Vivod bom the two men. I Aid Toita. A dozes words to Price or to loader never saw Conners and the assertion that i met cd Mars and Price in the Wasabi Rug n hotel a new York is Onataer la Leeby a a la Quot Well As to the fewer topic the ver door. Moulton a asked the reporter. A Tho a were three move Man. Tynar has a it Tual honest Pluck Aud the three deserve a Monument for cling log to their . Yon have heard that Jeffreys was mgt Friend and that he was under Busineau Boll Gat Loos in me. That is not True. I never pm w or. Freys and when he was summoned of called to to Iury Box i remember i scolded or. Morris for not sending co me it ��4 be know that be was a member of to Corn enhance. I was afraid that be a a against us and supposed that being a Flom merchant that dealt largely with David a a 2might be inclined to a Vor or. Beecher through that gentleman. No sir that jury a car an 1 know were left to the Maelim to find their own 4r Moulton turned into Dieter restaurac with Jens. Pryor and judge Morula Sod Frauk Carpenter soon joined them at and who now Doc pie a seat on the Bench of the Superior court of this county said that bad the sell been Between erd Loary persons Tilton would recover. As it was. Beecher a great reputation and ill Long a Loose character would help the former out. The Hon. J. R. Mcdonald United Staton senator from this a state bold exalted position in the Legal profession. Hen a Tor Mcdonald said that be considered the written evils use a proof of the existence of a guilty love Between Beecher and mrs. Tilten. He bought there was of proof of an overt criminal act As no Vitues bad seen the a Eusebin flagrant Dellott. Or. W. P. Fish-i�4k posh a Les an enviable reputation us a was at one time editor of the late at Louia Democrat. He said that the same amount of a ruminating evidence that there was sea most Beecher would convict t Man of Ordinary standing in our criminal court and the people would enly laugh if Tho same explanation was offered that Beeber had made. The Hon. A. G. Porter a distinguished member of the bar and Aux Mem her of Eon Gresh Eorio clod with the views of his partner or. Fly Aback in regard to be of the evidence. Itee tier s ext Lana Loo of his letters was a bar to Bla Bei or. H. W. Harrington an Able lawyer said be bad looked upon Beecher As guilty Ever since the publication of the correspondence hat Ween him mad be other parties connected with the sate. They attempted to put a latin ambiguity upon the letters but test was a too Thini Quot to line a common a Brake for belief. Or. Edward f. Burke of Cincinnati publishes a pathetic card in the enquirer in which he clearly stale the Case thus with great Foroe and delicacy. Miwa arrested by the Well Hatab labed liar my step of St a Lor staling i watch which Case wan squashed by i being better acquainted with the course lie had pursued and hotter for Bla own feats of the new motor. Stat Kment us on <vu0 is n the suck Etc it will Bivol unionize the mechanical world a reasons for kkxp1no the skcrkt�?perfrct1nu the invention. Further particulars in relation to the Keely motor have been Given to a reporter of the new York times by or. Sergeant of the firm of sergeant a of this City. According to the statements of this gentleman the newly discovered Power it inevitably destined to revolutionise the entire mechanical world and Render possible and even easy teats which seem now beyond the Power of the Inlet perfect machinery in the world. Gun Are to be fired by the same Power that drives the ship that carries them explosions Are to be rendered a Wempa Rattely a armless engines of 4,000 horse Power Are to be constructed so As to occupy no More space than an Ordinary abeam engine and All the marvels which Are accomplished by steam Are to be performed with infinitely greater ease by the cold vapor evolved from air and water. The wildest dreams of the arabian Story Teller seem commonplace when compared with the marvels that Are promised in this newly doved Force of nature if the statements of a Well known Bulnes Man of Good standing Aud of High repute a a scientific inventor Are to receive the credence that would be Given to them on any other a abject. All the difficulties naturally to be expected in learning the use of so tremendous an Agency have been encountered to the experiments that have been made with this. New tools have been made with which the parts of a new engine Are being fashioned for the use of the motive Power. Metal has been made especially for Ita construction. A new scientific vocabulary hat it Een fashioned to express the operation hitherto unknown in mechanics and perfect Success a attended the experiments made thus far. Or. Sergeant says one Vear ago to Day i began an investigation into the Powers and properties of what is termed be Keely motor. I was at first an utter Auric knowing that the things which were claimed for it were utterly opposed to a my Edento tar teaching and that according to All that w a known on the subject the Cladma of or. Keely were air Antly absurd. But i had Home curiosity on the subject and. Being applied to by a number of Persona some of who i were Pecunia Rily interested in the discovery and All of whom desired a careful investigation to be made i concluded logo to Philadelphia and sex Mcneil As an expert. They offered to pay Ziy expenses while i did this but 1 preferred to pay them myself and i did to. Or. Keely claimed that he was Able by Tho utilization of a Power coming from the consumption of air and water a it produce a pressure of thousands of pounds to the Square such Auu do it immediately almost . I was incredulous and the Turrou a drugs made me still More so. Lsan to or. Keely that in t he introduction of All the great invention or discoveries of which i had Ever heard the discoverer had had great trouble to persuade people to listen to him and greater yet to persuade Auy one to invt it Money in the Novelty. But Here Tow was reversed. People were in venting Money in something of which they knew nothing except what he chose to aay about it. Tost of itself looked auspicious to me Aud the extravagant stories which be told convinced me of the fallacy of believing him. He was very jealous of his secret. He would not for a Long Timo admit me to Aoe what he was doing that i might investigate the matter. It was Only after a Strong pressure had a Oen brought to Bear on dim that be consented to do a much a let uie see him work and when this was at length accomplished by i he Inlet Ellon of his Friend a who were interested a the Iove ution he had in the room a Man named backed who has worked for him a dumber of years who would be Able to testify if need be that on such a Dav he Keely had exhibited his invention to me. Aud so great was his anxiety to keen the secret that theve a it stockholders were kept out of lha room while a were together and their c a Unsel coming to the Clit sed doors knocked and a. An we red by or. Keely who would Nota Duio. Him. 1a Aid to h i l hat it he would in the Way be described show me not a pressure of thousand of pounds but of a 1 pounds to the Square Inch produced Louie Uriel a. I would believe that he had a not invention lie allowed uie at once a pressure of a thousand pounds. I was confounded. I dared not believe Hui even although 1 bad told him that i would. I thought he must have ome kind of acid Litz powder concealed somewhere or some gun Cotton or some other powerful explosive. I examined closely expect log to find Home Little pea somewhere that would explain the wonder to to. I found none Aud yet 1 was not convinced even byte Piug. The thing was too wonderful forme. But icon loved my investigation until i found no room Lor any further doubt. I did More. After being with or. Keely for a Long enough Timo to solve All my doubts i went away and consulted with others. I went especially to one Man whose name would be instantly recognized if i should Tell it a that of a Scie tial known All Over the country. He was a septic As i bad been. I told him what i had seen. Lie Beard me through and told me i must Tio deceived that or. Keely was using some enemies of which he kept me in ignorance. He thought at first from my description that it w a Carbo Loo or a vapor from it and at my request be produced a Jet of that vapor. I allowed the Jet to play upon my baud add found that it a so of i a to produce a stinging eur Eatrou. I said a this is not Keelyn a Vapos. Thai u pleasant to to 1 smelled of the car to line vapor and it was Utt Ariy unlike Keelyn a. For the Carboine had a scent about it which Keelyn a bad not Alt Bough the professor said the Caroline could be produced with scarcely a Trace of the scent. But i have swallowed All 1 could get of Keelyn a vapor Aud i find it is pleasant. You can live of it. 1 asked to Pru Letamor if the car Boling vapor was capable of condensation by simple expansion. He said no and i knew it was not keel a Tor that is condensed by simple expansion. It turn Back to water and that waver i can each conversation with the professor. In which be would Tell me that i a deceived la this it Inthia Luln or t0ftl1 would blk 10 or Klie a a a a a a asst Fri fed a cd study i oper Euon. Until i knew i was not deceived. At length he allowed me to work Bis machinery myself and i found i could do As he did and the machinery for producing this vapor is so Siu Ipie that a child eight years Oid could Wocik it. Deception was impossible under bund circumstance. Some of the article that a Tye appeared in relation to the Keely motor eng based a All these articles have been of the reports and statements of those who kno w nothing about the matter have contained the my St absurd statement. It has been a welted that we do not know the difference Between pressure and Power that we claim to have a perpetual motion machine that we pretend to be Able to make something out of nothing and to nov similar things Are Pat Forth by persons who ought to know better than to Sagaert Ucb things in relation to the men veto Are on nested with the Keely motor. The assertion that 1 do not know the difference Between pressure and Power is sufficiently answered by the reputation of the firm of which i am a member. It u not Likely that we could have obtained that reputation if we were so ignorant of the very principles involved in the work to do. A perpetual motion machine is one that make Ita own Power. One that does not make Ita own Powe. Can not be n perpetual motion machine. Now Keely pretends to do no such thing As that. On i be contrary or. A Ely a claim a entirely different. He claims to produce from the consumption of air and water a cold vapor capable of condensation by simple expansion Ana in ten contains Power enough to produce a pressure of 20,000 or 30,000 Pound to the a quare Inch. It la admitted that no cold vapor capable of condensation by simple expansion can be produced by chemical but i know that by Keelyn a method it can be produced for i Bave produced it and condensed it in just that Way and have drank the water produced by the condensation. The professor to whom i have alluded when i told him that i bad drank the water so produced. , Yon Are deceived a he though that Keely bad substituted the water which i bad drank to a surreptitious manner. I went Back to Keely and tried it again to be sure that i had not b in deceived in that manner and 1 convinced myself that i had not. As to the idea that Keely claim to produce something from nothing it is absurd Tor that is just what be Dors not claim to do. He claims to have discovered one of the Laws of nature by which Tel vapor can be produced. When i talk to the scientists about a pressure of 10,000 pounds to the Square Inch they Are incredulous but i have seen it at 15,000, and i have weighed it. Of that i know that there a no mistake. We Are now having a gauge made by which we ran weigh it up to 50,000 Pound. One of the difficulties in our Way Baa been that we Bave not yet bandied the thing at the great pressures at which it can be used. It takes time to make All the experiments needed and although we Are pursuing them a rapidly As possible we can not do everything in a Day. We have used it no to 16,500 pounds pressure and Are going on As fast As we can. There is on hindrance. We do not know what we can Oiver with our letters Patent. We can not of course cover a natural Law by a Patent and what we can Oover we must describe so fully that any person expert in such matters can do the same thing from our description in order that be May know when and Bow be int Ridgew on our Patent. This we Bave not yet been Able to do because we Bave not yet used it at the heavy pressures at which it ran be used. We know anal it will produce 2f�0 times the pressure that steam will and in order to Coutrull this Agency we must Havo engines of austrian gun Inetal the engine we use a a regular yacht engine with a pair of three by three cylinders aed capable of working under a pressure of from Footo 1,500 Puu Uda to the Inch on the Piston but the engine we Are constructing a Rill be capable of working under the tre mend Nus pressure which we Abail produce it Las been asked Bow we will harness such tremendous Power. We will i it with gun Metal and in such a Way that it will a hafe. In making guns such exactness a possible that they Are Able to Tell How Many times the gun can be fired before it will Buret and the bursting comes not from the lore of the explosion itself but from the unequal Strain produced by the burning of powder. This element of de a traction we do not have to contend with because our pressure is even aug with machinery made on scion Tilc principles there will be no danger or possibility of an explosion. But even if there should lie an explosion w hich could Only come from some detect in construction there would to no danger excepting from some Al Vigo piece which might do damage of course. In explosion of a steam boiler the destruction i caused by the a Udden Aud marvelous increase of pressure which occurs at the moment of explosion. This is not understood scientifically but to fact remains that when a Bitler explodes under a pressure of 30 or 40 pods Al the instant of the explosion that a i will be a pressure of 10,000 Pound on Fie it hidden liberation of the steam and it is this which cause the damage which results. Now with the Keely motor it a entirely different. Supposing there should be from Mimo detect in the machinery an explosion and the motor suddenly of liberated. By its expansion it would be condensed to water and no damage would be done. The Keely Mot r not Only will do the work of Stevani but a applicable to All purpose Tor which Gunpowder a used and is far Superior to Gunpowder or any other explosive known. We Bave a rills from which we have fired hundreds of bullets with it and these experiments Bave demonstrated it Superior re to of powder. It is Well understood that the Force of the Faasee generated by the explosion of powder lessens As the Ball travels on Ita Way through the barrel and that if the barrel were Long enc ngh a partial vacuum would be found Rebind the Nail. The a Andy othe subject Mas led to the Experiment of exploding three or four cartridges in such Tosiou behind the Ball a it travel through the barrel. By this menus a tremendous ii pot can be Given to the Ball a ban been repeatedly demonstrated by Experiment. To the pressure of the Keely motor la continued up to the Lime Tho Bill leave the muzzle j of the gun when of course by further expansion Tbs Moter is condensed to wafer. One of the things about the Kely motor is that it in not lie transmitted at a lower pret fire Man 1,000 Pound. It can be used of course at a lower pressure Aber it is put in . It can be regulated like a team but its transmission �1 less than 1,000 funds pressure causes its condensation. It like a team in Tia respect Only of course the pressure at Widen it can be transmuted is much higher than that of steam. This disposes at one of the absurd allegation that it does line certain things at a Low pressure but that it in doubtful no Benbar it will work at High pressure. The time will cer Taluy come when our gun Bosi will be worked by the tame Power a bib will fire their gunk after this Power Bas been discovered by or. Keely a Copartnership was final formed Aad be too cloned Bla Experiment. Afterwards a joint Stock company waa organized through the instrumentality of or. F Harilee b. Colter who la now Oue of the four men be Keow what the motor by. Tbs four Are or. Keely Bis Workman Beckel or. Colier and inns hot. After the Stock company a big Alix a it was resolved to offer a limited a mount of the Stock for Sale. The amount waa fixed at fi>0,000 Worth and i offered to take it All Luya Elf. This was however objected to a there were other parties who wanted to buy Stock and it was thought not Best for one person to have More Tau a limited amount. Another company Bas been organized in new England which has pure based the privilege to buy the Patent fur the six new England states. They Bave paid the first instalment of the Purchase Monet for the privilege which is $50,000, and they have two other payments to make of the aame amount. Whole numb a 1,807 when these Are paid they will Bave the right to Bay the the a a sign meat of the Patent like i the 1 pickpocket and we a released with Lor those six Eta tee paying Lor Itono half of Vav it a Tlle their capital Stock. The buyer of Stock in by of the buyers of Stock Tebee companies Are influenced solely by their Confidence in to men who know Ubai the motor is. They Bave no knowledge of it themselves although private exhibitions of it Bave been Given under great pressure from the stockholders who demanded to be shown what the thing was. An engine was 1 shown working by the new Power but it is impossible for any one who saw it to understand the motor. There a no Nec Waity for telling the pub ii about it because we Bave plenty of Money to follow it up ourselves and ask none from the dbl in Aud on great anxiety to to keep the secret until one of i residence play an import a part in the revolution which place d Catharine ii. On the throne. In support of to hts View Baron Gle Lehu cute the extraordinary attention bestowed on stint Germain at leg turn in 1770. By Vuot Alt Yorloff remark Trade ii Prince get Egi it a or Loff to Tbs Mir Gravo of Napach during Hie a Tay at Nuremberg. After All. Who was Ali get is of portugese King or of a Portage a jew or did he. In i old age Tell Tho troth to i protect r mid 6nibu-Rlastic admirer. Prince Charles of he be a a Quot Quot a. According to the Story told his last we shall have perfected our system of work. S. T a in a a Prince havoc by ing the Power to As to be Able to take out letter Patent that will protect us. It bad been said that or. Keely has received Large sous of Money and Bas been raised from poverty to comparative if Fence by those who expect to Benefit by Bis invent Loo. The Lite Are that be receives f200 a month for Bis personal expenses and his machinists Bill Are paid. Thi Money is advanced to him Aud if he receives other Money it must be from a Sale of his interest and i done to think be would sell a dollars Worth of that As a mat i Ter of principle Lor if he were to disco of1 a Verf a i Cerely tells us that his interest it would be do moralize big in _ Ita effect on i associate he works on Bis invention so constantly that i have re coated i y taken him away from it and taken him out driving fearing that Hia Unn Kraut application would be injurious. It do course Uncertain Bow soon by labor will be completed but it in probable that before Long the patents will be taken out and the whole thing Given to the world. Until that time of a ours. We can nay no More than has Beon said. The stockholders Are impatient and not being men of science Are unable to see Why we can not Patent what we Bave and then Patent the improvement that we Are Able to make. I Bave bad considerable experience in such matter and have taken out so Many Patent that i have Learned that it a Best to Peutec an invention Belore patenting it. A celebrate Dvon Rukor. Carrsr of the count Saint uctima1n a the sensation he created in Paris his secret of Lonore mrs surmises As to who or was. All the year round Furni Abea the following sketch of the famous Conn Saint Germain this famous adventurer a supposed to Bave been a hungarian by by Rob Bat the Early part of Bla life was by himself carefully wrapped in mystery. His person and Bis title Altoe stimulated curiosity. Hia age was unknown and its parentage equally obscure. We catch the tint glimpse of him in Paris a Century and a Quarter ago filling the court and the town with Hia renown. Amazed Paris saw a Many apparently of Middle age a Man who lived in magnificent style who went to dinner parties where he ate nothing Bat talked Ioctl Santly and with exceeding brilliancy on every imaginable topic. He tone was perhaps Over trenchant the tone of a Man who knows precisely what he a talking about. Learned speaking every do Iliad language admirably a great musician an excellent chem lat be played the part of a Prodigy and played it to perfection. Endowed with extraordinary Confidence or consummate Imp dance he not Only Laid Down the Law Magister ally concerning the present but spoke without Beai tation of events two Hundred yearn old. Hia anecdote of Remote occurrences were related with extraordinary minuteness. He spoke of Soenen at the Coart of Francis i., As if he had seen them describing exactly the appearance of the King imitating his voice manner and language affecting tron ghost the character of an eve wit near. In like style be edified his Surti Encee with pleasant stories of loot xiv., and also regaled them with vivid descriptions of places and persons. Hardly Ruyong in so Many words that be was a anally present when the events happened be yet contrived by his great graphic Power to convey that impression. Intended to astonish he succeeded completely. Wild p Oriya were current oncoming him. He a reported to be 300 years old and to have prolonged Hia life by the use of a famous elixir. Paris went ind about him. To was questioned constantly about his secret of longevity Ard was marvellously adroit in he a replies denying All Power to make old Folka Young again Bat quietly asserting Bis Possession of the secret of arresting decay in the human Frame. Diet he protested a was. With Hia marvellous elixir the True secret of Long life and he resolutely refused to eat any food but Ucb a bad been specially prepared for him Oatmeal grate and the White meat i chickens. On great occasions he drank a Little wine sat Iid As late As anybody would listen to him. But took extraordinary precautions against the cold. To indies he gave mysterious cosmetics to preserve their Beauty unimpaired to men be talked openly of Hia method of Trana mailing metals and of a certain process for melting Down a dozen Little diamonds into one Large Stone. These astounding assertions were backed by the Dom Salon of apparently unbounded wealth and a collection of jewels of rare size and Beauty. From time to time this strange being appeared in various european capitals under various names As Marquis of Montferrat count Hallamore at Venice Chevalier Schoening at Pisa Chevalier Weldon at Milan count Soltikoff at Genoa count Taro by at Schwalback and finally As count Saint Germain at Paris but after Bis disaster at the Hague no longer seemed so wealthy As Belore a us Bas Al times the appearance of seeking by Fortune. At Tournay be is a a interviewed by the renowned Chevalier de Seln Gilt who finds Bim in an armenian Robe and pointed Cap with a Long Beard descending to Bia Waist and Ivory Wand in band the Complete make no of a necromancer. Saint Germain is surrounded by a legion of bottles and a occupied to developing Tho manufacture of hats upon be mitral principles. Hei Ogali Bodig indisposed the count offers to physic him Gratis and offers to dose him with an elixir which appears to have been Ether but the other re sea with Many polite speeches. It a the scene of the two Argura. Not being allowed to act a a physician Saint Germain determines to show Bis Power As an Alciem iat takes a twelve sous piece from the other augur Puta it on red hot charcoal and work with the blow pipe. The piece of Money is fused and allowed to Cool. A now a Sava Saint Germain a take your Money a but it is a Moi to augur no. 2 Doos not believe in the transmutation and looks on the whole operation As a trick but he pockets the piece nevertheless and finally presents it to the celebrated marshal Keith then governor of Neuchatel. in Pursuit of dyeing and other manufacturing schemes Saint Zermain turned no at St. Petersburg Dresden and Milan. Onca he got into trouble and waa arrested in a Petty town of Piedmont on a protested Bill of Exchange Bat be pulled out a Hundred thousand crowns Worth of jewels paid on the spot bullied the governor of the town of Transylvania and he wife a Tekev. He placed when an to Fant under the Protection of the lat of the Medici. When he grew up and Beard that Bia two brother a on of the part Cox hex a be Intel or Kotsenburg bad received the name of Saint Charles and Saint Elizabeth he determined to take the Namo of their bold brother Sanctum go a a inns. What a the truth one thing alone a certain that he was the protege of the last Medici Prince Charles Wito appear a a to regretted his death which happened. Be foil Alck while pursuing his experiments in colons at and died Abo Rily after despite the innumerable medicament prepared by Bis own private apothecary r Rederick the great Wiki a Matte i scepticism. Took a queer interest in astrologer a Aid of Bim a Thi Staa Man who does not Mirabeau adds epigrammatic Aliy Quot tie a always a careless fellow and at last unlike Bla predecessors forgot nut Tiv a talk with old Carter. Is ought to know injun a him exper Wienck with them and grizzlies two Many White people he was going up the Yellowstone. The new York Sun furnishes the foil of. Ing a a injun stranger injun yes i know the Bull gang of pm from red blood and spotted tall Down to the toddling Pappo oae i ought to know a Ems in be fit Mem for nigh onto thirty year a he waa a grim looking old Man with grizzly locks in View under his Coonskin Cap. He bad on a Bearskin coat Indian moccasins Buckskin shirt and Leggins and he held a Long Rifle Between big knee a be talked. Quot theae Western railroads Are rapidly civilizing the country fast killing of Indiana wolves and buffaloes a a he looked around the car which was handsomely furnished and finished and sighed As be replied a Yee time Are Gittin Wum and wuss Down ibis Way. In be been to inking of Golno no to the Yellowstone War a Man can go out any time o Day and get no a so Nara fight with grizzly or raise a rumpus with the a you must be quite a old Man a a a Only sixty. I aint quite so him a Long ran and can to Leep quite so Well with the rain pouring Dowd into my face but if i thought i Wasny to Good for any three injun on Tbs Plains or any grizzly that Ever stood on legs id a be to shoot me a a you most have seen wild times out Here a a party wild party wild a based the old Ina ii a a there used to be beeps of reds out Here to say nothing of the wolves by ars and rate Snake and bar waa limes when death Rose up to shake bands with is a a never taken in Toner a �?o1 Mought her been i Guem i was a he a Boot ber on a Why you be been scalped a a they called it sculpting stranger a this same blasted red said As be uncovered his Bead. V 7 a Quot Quot Ami who did that Quot Cloud. Edh Lnu use the knife but be stood by and hollered and encouraged the Chap who did do a your sensation must Bave been terrible a a there Wasny to time to feel any Tennat ions. Stranger. They sneaked in on me an Tom As we dozed and when i woke up Tom was riddled and my Sculp was hanging to and injun a Belt a a and what then a a nothing much i got up and killed two wounded another and legged it up a Canon and got away. If it was to do Over again id git my Topknot Back or fight the whole Bronx nation till somebody under Quot lie seemed lost in reflection for a moment am then continued �?o1 Don t know what sculpt Are Wuth in the Market but i sueae in be got the full value of mine. In be knocked Over rising of thirty Sioux a docs that night and i guess id be willing to pass a i suppose you be had a turn at half a dozen different tribes a a less see a he mused. A a there a ties inn blackfeet Pawnee a Rapa hoes Shoshone cheyennes an three or four other tribes. They Veall hunted me and in be bunter them and i can Taay As they owe me a i notice a bad scar on your a party Good scar for a common Man but i Kin show be the Sculp lock of the Pawnee who made it. He lumped on me list after i bad swum a River and be thought head got bold of a Lack Rabbit. A Twa a bad cat and it kind a a mazed me at Fust but when i did Cam to. Be was goal Afore be could yell twice i said it was a purty Good scar but it Isnit quite Keal to and be pushed up the legging on Bis right leg and exhibited a scar which made me drawback. The loot ankle and the leg a High As 1 could see. Bad been burned by fire. A a the blackfeet bad me fast to a stake once be observe a be explained. A a that was the time when they poked each other in the ribs and said they had a dead sure thing on old Garter but they Wiz mistaken. They had me three Days and id bin kicked and cuffed around until there Wasny to any More fun in it an then they tied me to a stake an lighted a fire a round me. Twat pretty Clou stranger pretty cd us a a and Bow i i you escape a a Haifa dozen of my old cards came along list in time to Knock Over half the band and have there a silence again while he unbuttoned Bis shirt and a bowed me a bosom literally Gridiron de with scare. A Well tha r May be two or three Koivis cuts thar a be explained a Bat the Belt of them a car Wiz made by a grizzly. He Wasny tone of these bar calves that some folks Knock Over and then blow about but a Reg Lar three Story old fashioned grizzly such Asye done to find Onta Ideon the darkest canons in the rookies. I Wiz beading Over the fire when the Varmint acid Down a Canon an Wax right on band Afore i had any warning a a and it waa a hard fight a a it Wiz a purty fight stranger because it Wiz a far fight. 1 bad a big knife and be had Teeth and claws and we went to Ter kill. He our Good grit but a Leettie a Low. Bar Wiz about thirty Days after that Little episode that my Pard had to Nuss me like a a and you mean to die ont Here a Quot that for the lord to say but i a Spect yer Inores a right. To injun ,1� purty quiet Down Here an these keen Are bringing beeps o people West Bat in a Goias no whar a White Man wont disturb the lord a work for a Hundred ears to Cam i feel Kinder mean and Small own Here a if i Wiz Buntin rabbits but no the yellow too a Feller Kin Brace up after be a knocked Over a red or two an feel am if be Wasny to fooling a was his Yonng Days Quot and that was old Carter
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