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The Cincinnati Weekly Star (Newspaper) - December 3, 1879, Cincinnati, OhioR a Jim the Cen Cin Kati Weeke 8tak, wednesday dece Meell 3, 1879. 5 the famous 8arah Winn Macea visits 8an Francisco. San Francisco chronicle tie City of san Francisco during the remainder of the week will be Honor in giving entertainment to a genuine Princess. The Steamer state of California which arrived from Portland Oregon yesterday morning carried among her passengers miss Sarah Winnemucca a Rand Daub Fhaner of the piste chief Captain Truckee from whom the River takes its name. The Princess Sarah is Well known to Fame and at present is travelling under the Protection of some of the officers of the army who have agreed to see her Safe through this wilderness of civilization our City. Deruig the afternoon a chronicle reporter called at the hotel where the intends to hold her court while in this City and upon sending up readily admitted. With his card was her were her brother Naches who have and her from. It Cousin Jerry no Nave come Winnemucca on purpose to accompany Barab on her trip to m Mana the residence of her sister who is married to a White Man named Smith. The reporter was warmly welcomed by a Resolute shake of a , soft hand and in spite of his wins seated in the softest chair in tic room from which the Princess herself Han just risen. Next in order were introductions to caches and Jerry a two of my people a As tic Prince in remarked and then everything being satisfactorily explained she herself Drew a chair into the Circle a and now we Are comfortable for a Nice Good talk a she smilingly said. In personal appearance Sarah compares most favourably with other women. She is of medium height apparently about thirty years of age Broad shouldered and straight her features Are regular and expressive. Her prevailing expressions resoluteness and courage mingled with Good nature. Her movements Are Quick but womanly and soft withal her manners quiet and Tery self possessed. She neatly at Tirck a in a Brown dress of water proof material her Only ornament being a necklace of Coral. Being seated the Princess herself commenced the conversation. A i want to you something a said she in remarkably Good and Correct English have just been thinking How it would do for me to lecture upon the Bannock War. I might get the California theater and perhaps i could make my expenses. You Sec people done to know much about indians and was and i know lots of things that people would like to hear. What do you think a the Rei it Orter advised her to Confer with the army officers who have charge Over her. A i would be the first Indian woman that Ever so be before White people a continued Sarah a and they done to know what the indians have got to stand sometimes. I Tell you the Only Way to keep the indians quiet is to put them on different reservations one for Eadi tribe and far apart. It will never do to let two tribes live on the same reservation always make trouble. Yon see my people last year did not at All want to go to War Bat the Bannock made All the trouble for them. I was going to Silver City and there i met capt. Hill who told me that my people were fighting. I had my own team and the a Tain told me i had better Stav in Silver City because if they caught me they would keep me prisoner As 1 was a chiefs daughter. I stayed with col. Bernard a party and acted of interpreter and scout during the War. My people were All kept prisoners by the ban Kocics who had disarmed them because they would not fight any longer. I knew that the soldiers were going to conquer the knocks and i was afraid that my people would join and get into More trouble. They were at Stein mountains. To on the 3d of july at 10 of clock in the morning i set out to warn them of their danger and make them leave the ban no it is. Did no to we ride a and the Princess fairly jumped in her chair at the recollection. A you see we had to be Quick a she continued a because if the Bannock struck our Trail they would surely follow us and find out where our party was going. By 5 of clock in the afternoon we lad made Over eighty Miles and our were almost d Ropp Kig when we reached Birren Valley. We thought we could get fresh horses there but the Camp meeting a As she called it with evident relish. It had been attended by Over eight Hundred people Whites and indians and she herself interpreted the sermons which were preached by the missionarie.�. Sixty Oliree pistes had been converted since the Soring partially through her Spang ministrations. Her people had cleared off about three Hundred acres of land up3n the reservation and intended to Settle Down permanently they had some Nice houses and some had even sewing machines and organs. They now intended to build a Church. The Only matter which gave her occasional trouble were the feuds which were continually springing up Between her people and those indians who had come to the reservation before them. Sarah had a very poor opinion of government agents which is Uia Rcd by her la it ther nachos. She said that the Indian should at least get one third of what the Law allowed him now he did not get anything. Captain 8adon,.of the United states army Here entered the room and being presented to Naches inquired of him Why the pistes of Nevada did not return which had been assigned to them. To the Maheur Agency Naches yield up his hand and touching his Little Finger said in broken English a Indian get so much a and touching his four other finer.�, a Rheinhart him get so Weinhart is the government agent at Maheur and according to Naches statement has maltreated the indians in every conceivable Way. He has beaten imprisoned and starved them and before the pistes showed any sign of desiring to join the Bannock he shot their ponies until finally the pistes left the reservation and were persuaded to go Over to the Bannock by site. Just now Rheinhart is engaged in coaxing Back his pistes. They refuse to return however and will not go Back until Sam. Parish an old agent is reinstated at Maheur for As Naches says. He steals Only one half plenty to eat and Good Sarah Winnemucca thinks that she was born at or near Humboldt Lake. When eight or nine years of age while travelling with her Ople toward Carson City she saw the nest White Man. A i remember a she says a my Grandfather got two boxes of crackers from the Emigrant but i was afraid the Man had nothing but eyes and All hair. I got behind my Mother and called him an owl. My Grandfather while with capt. Fremont had heard about California and when he name Back from the mexican War he took the whole Ribe with him into the Joaquin Valley. My Brothers Tom and Naches Here went to work for four Vears on a ferryboat. After that we went Down to Sant City and staid there for three years from there i went to san Jose. Then i went to the Convent school for about three years. I liked it very Well until in 1865 i heard that my people had taken the War path against the Whites. So i went Back to Nevada and since that time i have been travelling around from one place to another mostly with the army. Usually the indians treat me Well enough unless they Are on the War Fath and then i have to be very careful never go armed because i would not use any pistols anyway. But when i go scouting i always take two Indi is along with me and they get very Good rifles from the being asked if she had not often been in danger Sarah Only smiled and said she did not know nothing had Ever happened to her. Although the Princess signs herself miss Sarah Winnemucca it is understood that she has had an extensive and diversified matrimonial experience the number of her White husbands being variously estimated at from three to seven. Ibo Ivas Tite a it it Altai r woman Bangor whig or. Joshua Nye who recently visited the state prison relates the following the Warden told of a Young woman who served out a sentence of five years and while there found Means of education and becoming thoroughly reformed and a Christi an left the prison in appearance a lady. Slie was employed by a dry goods firm in Portland As Saleswoman and gave the most perfect satisfaction to her employers for some time till one Day a wealthy lady of the place entered the store and recognized her. Calling Tom proprietor aside she asked him if he knew whom he had in his store. Get Bouses were All burned and the people 1 telling him that such a girl was a Grade Alltha tracks we could a were All gone. Find went toward the Stein mountains and so we got away in that direction and travelled one Hundred and fifteen Miles More on our half dead ponies. When we got to the pistes we found that my brother Naches and three others had left area with the whole band in All about sixty we left the same night and got As far As Summit Spring. I left them at sheep River and Rode ahead to warn the soldiers that they were coining so that the might meet them. On the Marc Orchez band joined ours and i would have got the whole tribe out for Oito who drove a Large number Back to the Biu Nocks after i left the baud. Of course colonel Bernard was much j to see me bring in so Many warriors to make peace with tic regarding the present outbreak of the utes. The Princess maintained she held a Council with a band of fifty who were captured by general Howard and that they were Bannock. These indians were part of a band called they were afraid to go to their they had committed so Many depredations and murders that they expected to be hanged when captured. The rest of this band had made their Way to the utes and invited them to make depredations upon the frontiersmen. Sarah since Fei Druary last has been living at the Yakima reservation where some four Hundred of her tril have settled Down. Soon after their arrival there the government put a school House at her disposal and until she left she tan it regularly the rudiments of the English Lankiu Ige to a class of thirty two girls and thirty , All indians. She is very satisfied with the Progress she has made. Sarah appears to be an methodist and she narrated her experiences of a a Lovely ate from the state prison. He replied that he knew it but that she and done her duty faithfully and that they were Well satisfied with her. A Well a said the lady a if you keep her in your store i will neither Trade with you my std nor suffer any of my friends to if i can help it so the proprietor rather than lose his customer called in the pit or girl and discharged her. He had heard from her since that she still maintained a course of conduct above Rei it Roach being employed in one of the Mills in Lowell mass. Mrs. Newton the widow of Gilbert Stuart Newton the Painter is a resident of new York City. She is a lady of venerable age for Newton died in 1832. Their married life in London embraced that interesting period of literary artistic and dramatic annals Between 1820 and 1830, when Kemble and Keau were the monarchs of the English stage w Hen i Eslie Newton Wilkie and Turner were leading painters when the Waverly novels were delighting the world when Charles Lamb writing his a a Elias papers for the London Magazine. Mrs. Newton knew Washington Irving who had already made a great reputation by the a sketch books and a Bracebridge she knew count do orsay who was not so handsome As tradition makes people believe. A favorite Doug i Reedjr it it a colds sore Throat asthma Catarrh and other diseases of the bronchial tubes no More useful article can be found than the Well known a a Browne a bronchial troche a All who have Ever ised Maruire s Cundon Rango bitters and their Janie is legion admit that to open and regulate the bowels Quot Eti Uve bilious Ness and Correct liver and kidney Derany events it has no equal. Manufacturers of Lyons Are introducing photographic impressions on silk of pictures by tie old masters and of More modern works of Art. No description is Given of the process. The Louis Maiche Battery has latinized Coke and amalgamated Zinc elements. The Zinc is sunk deeply in a solution of sol amino Nice but the latinized Coke is but slightly inserted in the liquid in order to give it a Large atmospheric exposure. A Lamondy a new Thermo electric Battery for the production of the electric Light is said computes Rendus no. 6, to produce a current capable of giving from four lamps an illuminating Power equal to one Hundred cd reel burners with a consumption of Only 9.6 Kilos of Coke. With regard to the degree of temperature at which men can work in tunnelling High mountains. Prof. Dubois Ray mond says it is possible that work can be carried on for a Short time at 60� centigrade if the atmosphere is dry but not beyond 40� when the air is saturated with moisture. The nature reports the discovery by labourers of an ancient burial place while Thev were making a Road near Colber in Pomerania. Twenty urns were foun most of them had been shattered by the penetration of roots of Trees and by other causes. Three Large and two smaller urns were found to be intact. Among the contents of the urns were one Iron Needle and two Iron rings besides a Quantity of Glass beads and rings and Needles of Bronze. Some or rather most member the furore cause be will re let 18 body. Peop ased by the so called tempered Glass invented by m. Iju Bastie and the multiplicity of purposes for which it was said to be eminently adapted. But the lamp chimneys beakers &c., made of that material Hail a fatal facility of suddenly exploding into a thousand fragments sometimes spontaneously. It is now announced that t e la Bastic has made such improvements in his Glass tempering process that the Quality of the product is immensely More Rabre. Prof. Corfield in an address on sanitary fallacies delivered before the late sanitary Congress at Corydon England considered the utter condemnation of alcoholic liquors a mistake. A there Are those and 1 think there always will be a who can not believe that the Enqu Limite bouquet of the wines of France of Italy and of 6 Ain is Only fit to be smelled there May be even those who Are wicked enough to insinuate that if people do not taste them they of a lamentable deficiency in the cultivation of an important Elster disputes in the computes Rendus no. 6, of this year that a let of water rubbing against another Jet develops electricity. He does not find anything to support the assertion but there is a development of electricity if a liquid Iet is directed against a Noii conducting v. As to the production of electricity in capillary tubes Elster holds that it is to by attributed not to molecular friction but to the change or trans Mata Tion of Energy caused by the friction of the liquid against the sides of the tube. The danger incurred by eating Trio i Nous meat is Well known. Fortunately the presence of Trichina can easily m detected with the Microscope and persons who like pork would do Well to cause a careful inspection to be made of that article of diet before allowing it to appear on the table. In this country where there is an aversion to paternal functions of government individual Effort must be constantly exerted in order to secure such action on the part of dealers in pork and other kinds of food that the articles they sell will be pure and wholesome. People will get just what they insist on getting or what they Are willing to take. In Berlin however where the authorities do a great Deal for the inhabitants which we prefer to do for ourselves every pig killed must be examined with the Microscope before it is sold or a penalty will be inflicted. Here a simple withdrawal of custom has proved a very efficient Check for careless or dishonest butchers and other vendors of food. There seems to be an impression Here that the copying devices known As the Hect aph and the Chronograph have slabs or tablets of the same composition. The following information from a a Ingier a a May be of interest both tablets Are protected by Flat tin boxes. Tie Tablet of the Hect graph is composed of a mixture of gelatine syrup glycerol and acetic acid. The acetic acid makes the Glycerine somewhat soluble and the syrup and the glycerol keep the gelatine from getting hard. The Tablet of the Chronograph is made of a mixture of 100 grammes of the Best gelatine melted with 400 to 500 cubic centimetres of a thick precipitate of barium Sui Chute in a Basin on a water hath to which 100 grammes Dextrin Are added while the mixture is constantly stirred and lastly 1,000 to 1,200 grammes of glycerol. When the mixture is cooled sufficiently it is poured into the Flat tin Box and allowed to solidify. A Liick aniline Ink is used for writing the original on glazed paper. The written Side of the paper is placed on the Tablet and tie latter absorbs enough of the Ink to make a Large number of copies by simply laying clo by on the Tablet clean sheets of paper in succession after the original has been removed. Both the Hect graph and the Chromo Grapoli Are operated in the same Way. To remove the Ink from the Chronograph cold water and a sponge will suffice but the Hect graph requires warm water to effect the same end. The fourth number of the first volume of the american chemical journal has just been i sued. This periodical is edited by or. Ira Remsen professor of chemistry in the Johns Hopkins University and the present number like its predecessors shows Mark of careful supervision and a High aim. It contains a Memoir by professor Gibbs of Hartford on the Complex inorganic acids contributions from the Sheffield Laboratory of Yale College by me it sri. Mixter Dewey and Jewett an investigation of the action of iodine Mon Chloride upon aromatic amines by a. Michael and Lewis m. Morton a paper on the action of pm Thalia anhydride on naphthalene in the presence of Chloride of aluminium by Emil ador and Janies m. Crafts and a note on Para Nitro and Para Amido phen Etol by k j. Hallock. Besides these original papers by american and foreign chemist of Eminence the press int Issue has several thoughtful Ana discriminating reviews and reports and notes of value to the specialists for whose use tie journal is intended. There is no reason Why this publications from which by the Way no pecuniary profit is obtained Ltd and none expected should not occupy the Sami i it Osi Tion and discharge the same functions in this country As the journal of the chemical society does in England. All that is needed is the Hearty support of All american chemists who love their profession for its own Sake and watch its Progress with an enlightened Zeal. Women at polls London Echo miss Davenport Hill of Belize Avenue n., seeks election for the City division and in her address says she has had Large experience of ragged and Industrial schools and during the last three years she has been the local manager of one of the Large Board schools of the Metropolis. An inn entail City committee has been formed to promote Hor it turn. Recently miss Helen Taylor addressed a crowded meeting of ratepayers in the lecture Hall Newington causeway presided Over by or. Arnold Goodwin who sail he thought the work of the school Board was especially fitted for women. Although he was there to advocate the candidature of miss Taylor he still hoped that miss Richardson would with her be returned to the school Board. Miss Taylor said that if True Economy were exercised the schools might even be opened free. By True Economy she meant careful watchfulness Over the details of the expenditure. The Board ought not to undertake the work of Industrial schools. Last year the school fees amounted to Leas than �10,000 while the Industrial schools Cost about �40,000, and that did not include a sum of about �45,000 spent on the ship Shaftesbury a Kohl Ohio a and there was Money for its outfit Beim voted every Wedgie Day. Cries of a shame in a Resolution thanking miss Taylor for her valuable work on the school Board and pledging the meeting to use its utmost of flirts to place her at the head of the Mil at the next election was carried amid cheers. Iris i folic Joret Beau sol the cock is Alk held in very High esteem and is believed to be Well aware of the reason for rejoicing at christinas tide since for nine night at that season to crows All night Long. Nor is this belief altogether confined to roman catholics. A presbyterian family in cardigans a Village in the county Donegal had some years ago a Hen so piously disposed that she imitated her crested spouse and Cix iwed loudly on Christmas eve. Now As the crowing of a Hen is at All other times considered a most unlucky Omen the mistress of the House exclaimed in consternation from her bed a a whist you villain of a Birds just wait till to Morrow and ill wring your unlucky a a a deed you will not a cried the master a a you la no stir Thon Hen for she has More wit nor Many a so the crowing Hen live on but had she happened to Crow at any other time than eve she would have been thought the Herald of death or misfortune to the family and would have met with a end. Everybody in Ulster knows the old saying a whistling mind and a crowing Hea was never Good in on town end. Tie Iveea of tails nature a very important function of the Tail of the Yak cat Squirrel and Many other animals to which i Drew attention some years ago has escaped the notice of professor Zivart. It is that the Bushy tails of these animals serve a very important function in preserving their body heat during their nightly and their wintry sleep in cold weather animals with Bushy tails will be found lying curled up with their tails Laid carefully Over their feet like a Rug and with their noses buried in the fur of the Tail which is thus used exactly in the same Way and for the same purpose As we use respirators. I have a Manx tailless cat who can not of course carry on function but he makes a a substitute for it by using the Back of one of my other cats. When he can not be so accommodated he sleeps with his lands crossed Over his face a just like a Christian a As my Cook says. Sarah Winnemucca the piste Princess is now in san Francisco and is thinking of giving lectures on the ban Nick War. A you see a she says a people done to know much about indians any Way and 1 know lots of things that people would like to the Princess is a rather Good looking woman with a Good natured and Resolute expression and womanly and self possessed manners. A a a a a i Quot a a Madame Carla Serena is the first woman who has Ever been elected to membership in the Imperial Royal society of Austria. This Honor was recently paid to her upon her return from Long travel in the caucasus and Persia. 50 prof ii la 30 Dags $10 to $100 invested in legitimate Stock speculations in Wall Street pays immense profits. Pam it lets explaining everything sent free. Ii Rath life co., brokers 1227 Broadway Y. Purge out the old leaven in order that you May become anew which May Well be applied to the human body for when cleansed of its old leaven by the use of Maguiree a Cun Durango bitters a new life is imparted to it. Nasal Ca Iaroli. Sufferers from Catarrh will fird matter of interest in the advertisement in this Issue of the Stab of or. Beall of Troy Ohio. The remedy announced is not a a a Patent Nilli Cine a nor a quack nostrum but a constitutional remedy for a disease which probably affects in one form or another one half of the entire race. Or. Beall is a regular physician of thirty years practice and is strongly endorsed by Home testimonials. Chill cure. Fever amp ague chills amp fever neuralgia dyspepsia 311jousness, As we m a forms of malarial fevers and diseases Are permanency cured by Magill s chill care tonic and appetizer. It Rio Fate Antmin Arnie Cabot my me Tyry quinine or druy9 a Don t for jct this it you Valuo health medicines now on the Market rely of one or r at Strouff Drupp or upon others equal la As bad Tor what Lite clan they they Only five tempi rare Relief and Are Hable to permanently inform Liu Ciure tonic and a it Peizer is positively tree from these and every Youngf children or a sons in feeble health with Hium the non Rhetor holds himself Reso Onsi the systems a harmful ingredient and May be possibility of a Shadow of in airy be receives letters from ble Tor this statement and pledges Himsel to the Public to Ray re and protect tie absolute Punty \ a tit trom >erson4 saying they a makes them see tical Ano is Likely to destroy Confidence even in Alicles of real Merit Jun dress of site Niels similar to the one Given herewith could be Publ hed if our space allowed of ice the prof Vietor refers to thus acts who Hove used this Medicine and Are adv sinar others and to eat Merit of this Medicine by personal attention to have been Humbug frred by worthless med does. 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