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TITE SCT? ANTON T1?1BTTNE -SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 10, 1894.
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Words by FRANK DEMPSTER SHERMAN.
Music by J. E. OSBORN.
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A PRISONER IN A TOMB,
HE TRIED TO STEAL THE JEW
ELS FROM A DEAD DUCHESS.
B Thought That All tbaOnMinrati That
AdonMd th f'oppp as It Lay in itatp
Win Buried tvith thfl Boil He nrokc
1 1 1 1 thr Ton fa and t'll Into a Trap.
Only ft few weeks after her return from
Brussels! w hen' she had seen her son. re-
tt-iiT iy crowned kinj"f the Belgians, did
the Duches.s Augusts of Jaehspn-Coburu
die, in her seventy-aixtli your, Nov. 1C, 1881,
The admiration and love this admira
ble princess hurl Inspired drew crowds to
visit the body, hs it lay in state in the resi
Ann at Cobnrfj, prior to the funeral,
which took place on the 1Mb, before day
break, by the li.'ht of torches. Th' funeral
Was attended by and women of nil
cla-ses, eager to express their attachment
to the deceased and respect for the family.
A irreat deal w:.s said and fabled con
cerning this funeral. It wan told and be
Uevad that the dowager duchess had been
laic i In the family vault adorned with her
diamond rins and richest necklaces, She
was the mother of kings, and thu vulgar
believed that every royal and princely
house with which she was allied bad con
tributed some jewel toward the decoration
of her body.
Amonjj those who were present at the
funeral of the Divchera Augusta was a
Bavarian named Andreas Btnbenraueh, an
wllsMi then at Qoburg. He was the hod
of tn armorer, followed his father's pro
fusion, and bad settled at Coburg, Btn ben
ranch had been one of the crowd that had
parsed by the bed on which the dncheSS
lay in )nte, and had cast covetous eyes at.
the jewelry with which the body was
lie bad also attended the funeral, and
hnd OOmc to the conclusion that the .Inch
OSS WSS buried With oil the precious arti
cles he bad noticed about her as exp ned to
view I h fore the burial, and with u great
deal more, which popular ROSSip asserted
to have been laid in the coffin with her.
The thought of nil this waste of wealt h
clue;: to hU mind, and 9tUbcnrSUCh re
nolvc.l to enter t lie fUSUSOleUm and rob the
BHKAXIVO INTO A TOMB.
The position of the vault, far removed and
conculed from the palace, suited his plan.-,
and he made little account of locks ami
ban, which were likely to prove small bin
deranrcH tn an ncconiplished locksmith.
To carry his plan into execution he re
solved on choosing the night of Ang. 18
1U, lttt'3. On this evening he sat drinking
In a low tavern till LOo'clOCK, when he left,
returned to his lodgings, where he collected
the tools he believed lie would require, a
candle and Bint and steel, and t hefl betOOh
himself to the mausoleum. The tomb was
closed by an iron gate formed of strong
Inns eight feet high, radiating from a een
tor in a sort of semioirole aha armed with
lie found it Impossible to pntn the lock,
and Ht was therefsre obliged to climb over
tfaegato, regardless of the danger of tear-
big iVnself on the barbs. Hi re he found
a double stom oaken door in the lloorTliat
gave atiois to the vault The twovalvea
Wereso closely dovetailed inlo one another
and lilted so exdCtly that bo found 'he
utmost dISculty in getting a tool bttWMIt
them. He tried his false keys in vain on
the luck, uud for a long time his effort! to
prise the lock open w it ti a lever wore equal
ly futile. At length by means of a wedge
be snoceeded in breaking away through
the ittnetiOD of tin- doors inlo which ho
could insert a bar, and then he heaved at
one valve with all his might, throwing his
Weight on the icvor.
It took him fully an hour botON he could
break open the door. Midnight struck as
the valve, grattngOn its hinges, w;is thrown
back. Then, leaning over thu opening,
holding a pole in Inith hands, he ciidcnv
ored to Coil the deoth ol the vault n on
doing he lost ai.s balance and the weight of
the pole dragged him down, and be fell be
tween two cotlins some twelve feet below
the Ooor of the upper chamber. There he
lay for some little while unconscious,
stunned by his fall. When he came to
himself he sat up, felt ulxmt with his hands
to ascertain where he was, and considered
what next should Is- done.
IS A TRAP.
Stubenrauch was not the man to feel
either respect for tiie dead or fear of aught
supernatural. With both hands he sus
tained the heavy lid of the coffin as he
peered in, and the necessity for using both
to support the weight prevented his pro
fane hand from being laid on the remains
of an august and pious princess, Btnben
rauch did Indeed try more than once to
sustain the lid with one hand that he
might grope with the other for the treas
ures he fai.eie'l ma- ho concealed there,
but the moment he removed one hand the
lid crashed down.
Disappointed in his expectations, St ti
benroueh now replaced the cover and be
gan to consider how be might escape. Hut
now, and now only, did he discover that it
was not possible for him to get out of the
vault into which he bad fallen. The pole
on which he had placed his confidence was
too short to reach the opening above.
Kvrry "effort made by Stubenranch to
scramble out failed. He was caught, in a
trap and what a trap: Nemesis had fallen
on the ruffian at once on the scone of his
crimo und condemned him to betray him
Morning broke. It was Sunday, and
special festival at Coburg, for it w as the
twenty fifth anniversary of the accession
of the duke, so thai the town was in lively
ODtnmOtion, and park and palace were also
In a stir. Hnbenraucb oat op and waited
In hopes Cf hearing -ome one draw near
who could release him, About P o'clock in
the morning b' beard steps on the gravel
and at once began to shout for assistance.
The person who hud approached ran
away in alarm, declaring that strange and
unearthly noises issued from the ducal
mausoleum. The guard was apprised, hut
WOUld not at first believe the report. At
length one- of i ho seutinuls wfis dispatched
to the spot, and he returned speedily with
the tidings that there certainly WSS a man
in the vault. He had peered t hrough the
grating at the entrance, and had seen t he
door broken open and u crowbar and other
articles lyiug about. The gate was now
opened, and Stnbenrauoh removed in the
midst of an assembled crowd of angry and
dismsysd spectators. Us w as removed to
prison, tried and contemned to eighteen
months wit h hard labor. Daring (iuuld's
Dank sr tforgaa's ikui.
J. PierpOtlt Morgan smokes it very strong
cignr, the Carolina, for which he pays (if
teen cents each, Mr Morgan smoke- eon
tinually in his office, and ulu uyshasa box
near nt hand which he offers to visitors.
When Mr. .Morgan does not fool like light
ing u cigar he places it bttween his teeth
and en joys what Is known an u dry smoke.
He probably spoils half a dozen oiars
daily in thin way. No v York World.
Tables of the density of the atmosphere
calculated from telegraphic weather re
pOttS have Ih-i-ii found to give a hotter clow
to the movements and origin ot cyclones
than the u ami mi tbod of a comparison of
I h c ollars ami isot bonnes alone.
liter's pence have rather declined of
late. So far they have yielded 18,000,000
francs a vaof. The pope has already ac
cumulated a considerable sum of money,
which he has well invested, destined for a
reserve fund for the church.
The efTect of the electric light current on
the compasses of some vessels is so great
that it becomes neecssnry to determine
how many hours the. dynamo has been
running before working out the vessel's
INDIAN MEDICINE MEN.
THEIR PHYSIC IS MAGIC AND THEIR
llo the Inillau I'ricsls Look and Drest
When They Are MaKine Medicine- Cus
toms BeealllDg Some OM Itible Stories
Mow They Got Their Name.
The fact that Sitting Hull was what, is
called a "medicine man'' has been stated
In all the notioi of Ids death, but it is a
question w hether one in seven of eastern
people know precisely what a medicine mat
is. Toone who does know, nothing UvmOM
amusing than to read the accounts of earl
travelers in the Indian country w hen the)
come to treat of the making of medkint
and the other doings of medicine men
Even ('apt. Duller, P, IL (!. S., and I-cwu
and Clarke ware very shaky whun the)
enme to this subject.
Every tribe had, and still has, man.,
medicine men, some of whom are chiefs, all
of whom are very iinKirlatit personages
Nearly nil that the writer ever saw havi
been old men or men past the middle ago
but that is a mere accident, for a man may
Ik- made a medicine man while he is young
No one can visit any Indiana at any festl
VOl time or time of general excitement
from any cause without, seeing the modi
cine man figuring very conspicuously q
whatever hi going on.
Sometimes they nre merely beatinf,
drums, or perhaps they are only crooning
w hile a dance or feast Is in progress. At
other times the) appear in the most gro
teaqne costumes, painted all over, hunt,
w ith feathers and nails and claws, and car
rying some wand or staff, gorgeous w ith
color and smothered with Indian Query,
now Tin; tki:m w as APPtrED,
The term "medicine" hi n w hite inan't
expression Which the Indians have adopted.
It, w;is applied to the priests of the trilie.s-
for that Is what they really are because
the first, while men often found them milk
ing their Incantations at the side of tin
sick, the wounded or the dying, in reallt)
they were exorcising the evil spirits of dis
ease or death, hut t he white travelers, see
ing t hem in the precence of the eiok, pn(
two and two together and called them
medicine men. The term Is two centuries
old, and t ho Indians have so fully adopted
It ths when one of these officials Is ut his
offices they say he is "making medicine''
The medicine man is a conjurer, a magi
oion, a dealer in magic, and on Intermedial
between the men of this world and the
spirits of the other, lie may know some
thing of the rude plmrmacoHcia of hit
fellows, mid may prescribe certain leave
or roots to allay lover, to arrest a cold, m
to heal a wound That is not his business,
however, mid such prescript ions on mori
apt to Is- olfcrcd by t he sqnaWS or by ati
member of the patient's family.
The medicine man's work eonies in when
medicine fails, and il is pursued until deal fa
is seen to i.e certain, wlieu among mo . t o!
the tribes the sick or wounded man is
abandoned to meet his fate. BtU from
thinking the only good Indian isadead
OQjS, the Indians themselves have little re
ganl for one who is half dead or dooms cer
tain to die.
A UflRD BlOuT,
No more weird sighl is to be MOB. on the
face of this continent than a view of such
a group of medicine men at work to save a
life. Seen at night t he effect. h awesome.
They sit. in a circle, broken only by the
hodv of the invalid Stretched on a lilanket,
at the head of the lent opHisite the door or
tent Opening, The wavering light, in from
a candle stuck ingeniously in n loop of
birch bark, fattened tight ma slit In the
end of a st ick that has Is-cn thrust in the
earth. The medicine men are painted in
their own ColoiSigrcon and yellow predom
inating, They are in full regalia, but their
hair falls over their hideous faces us they
bend forward to swing to and fro or to beat
All are singing. Often they sing only
the tunes of ancient songs, the words be
ing forgotten or having grown tiresome.
Now and then one leaps to his foot, waving
his befeathered rattle and yelling louder
than the others. He sings the words that
occur to him as suiting the case. He has
on no clothing but moccasins and a breech
clout, or "gee string," as they call that gar
ment on the plains.
Ills thin, bony, bare red legs have the
effect of their nakedness Incrohsed by the
jumping, dangling tail Of leathers that
flutU-rs down (mm his head and mixes its
colon with the paint stripes on his tlesb.
His dancing is rather more like pounding
something beneath him than like w hat we
call dancing, lb-lifts his foot by bonding
his knees; lifts them and thumps them
down monotonously, though he turns his
body first to one side and then to the
other. When the dancer tired and fell
back ill his place in the circle, the spirit
moved another to take his place.
QUUB Ri;si:Mr.bAM r.s.
The queer resemblances between the in
dians and those Hebrew bands of WhOM
history the Old Testament is a record hau
often been pointed out, but the writer hai
never teen attention called to the similar
ityotoertoin of the Hebrew incidents tc
the common pmctires of Indian midline
men. In their early bistor) the Hebrew
leaders wen- continually holding converse
with tlte Almighty. They went apart from
their followers up in mountains or in st
erol places mid talked with .lohovah. Thai
is precisely what the medicine men do to
day, or pretend to da Every man whe
knows the Indians knows that during al
the Messiah craze the medicine men of the
various trils-s with great formality pro
pared mtaik withQltohe-Manitonorwhsl
ever they happen to call the I ioisl Spirit.
Income tribsothe) imiii little wick i ups
of saplings and livnc-.aud went into 1 hi i
Ofld held conversations that wore iiudibh
t hough not iuU-lligihlctothcrvd men listen
ing outside. The savages heard I ho mod i
cine mail's voice and then heard the roll I
of some other person replying to him in n
jargon they could not unravel. In other
tribes the medicifft men merely reported
having held such conversations preolsslj
as the Israelites!) loaders did. It is not foi
us to say that the grounds for such reports
of the words of the Almighty were a-,
slight in one ease as the other, but it is
true that the Indians have Isdlcvod thai
their priests Imve really believed such con
versalions Uxtk place.
Those who foQowed Sitting Boll's his
lory know that his tribe was long divided
as to his power, lino contingent held that
his "medicine" was no good, by whiofa they
meant that if he over had genuine power
to converse with spirits that power loft
him. This often happens. Medicine m-ii
have their day and their decline, and hois
n very sagacious Indian who can keep up
fnilJi lu his ministrations for many years
ut a lime or until he dies.- New York Sun.
Her superior Knowledge,
Maud Have you hoard the now opera fay
.Mildred Ton dear little stupid! Don't
yon know that ftulllTAii U an actir, not n
writer of upkensf, ftttsburg BnHoMn,
MANKIND'S THIHD EYE.
It Is Near .tie Outer of the 1 1 .
Is tn nnocuom iesutuile.
"There is a kind of lizard found in Vir
ginia and Maryland I hat has three eyes -one
of them on the top of his head,'' said a
man of science the other day Uj u rcpresenta
tlve of The Star. "It is generally supposed
that they are very rare, hut, on the con
trary, they are quite common. You can
find plenty of them if you take the trouble
to look. Thev are green and about three
Inches long. "
"Are there any other animals In the world
that have throe eyes?"
"Iits. For example, you yourself have
s third eye, though it tins ln-come rudi
mentary through disitso."
"Where Is itf"
"Just in the middle of your head, as
nearly Salts location can bo described olT
hand. Anatomists know it as the 'pineal
gland,' but it is actually an eye that has the ChOSO WO hot; the policeman had long
become rudimentary. Place the tip of your ,, beet distanced and was out of sight.
rang man reached her side.
tnals. Wit li the cow and other beasts that
chew the cud it is a largo sac attached to
the stomach, and is utilized as a storage
reservoir for fisid t hat is not needed for
immediate cousumptiou." Washington
Stopping a Park BttnaWajN
A few days ago a young man who was
riding In the park Ml in the way of a
heroic deed. This Is the way it happened.
As he was riding easily along there sad
denly dashed out of an equestian pnt.h near
him a young woman, whose horse was go
ing at the top of his speed. Hehiml her I
came n policeman in mud pursuit. Dut her
horse w as faster than his and his efforts
to catch her wore unavailing Hero was a
genuine case of runaway and no mistake.
So the young man. who was mounted on j
an animal that he knew could catch any
thai a young woman was likely U ride, i
pnt his spurs to his horse's side and dashed
after her. Ilor horse whs a good one and I
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to flinikin rifuif, mil ijtiickly but nun-Is rasfrc;
lawt MnkMS tn eld cr venng finllv 0n ledir. t en
Mckti I'n ei.se npiu-kw stifrr sa.ee itii:
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let nv emirim-lci-fl Arnestn Fit 1 ?!
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hp tins not ir-M It we will f-Tia it V-r ma', -ip'tTiTeis-ipl
ofl'TlJe Vnrintilf t in eli .l rnvHope rrr. Adult':
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SOLD b M.uthea Brot. WhotsatTS und Rtu
llnijtiji'sii SCRANTON, F.V, nd other Lea
Cardinal Newman hiul a quiet humor
with which lie haflled men who sought to
engage him in argument w hich he thought
would bo unprofitable, or at Inconvenient
linn's, lie once Maid to an Knglisli clergy
man who called upon bun. determined to
force him to say what onowM he could
make to a certain llicokigienl argument:
"It In no (to... I our disputing: it Is liken
battle between a dog and a fish wo nre in
A very expensive fad is having yonr por
trait out as an onyx enraeo. The work ts
very slow, difficult sod laborious. The
lmsgo when done U pr.rnmnant and will
last for rontnrlae. Thero aro enough
people In Now York who enjoy this kind
of exbrsvac.meo to give oonutant, omploy-
meat to Ave cameo porwait .carvers.
nuger just aoove tne onuge ot your noae
and on the level with your eyes. Dirts-tly
behind that Kiint about tivo itiches, al the
base of the brain, is this gland I speak of.
which the Snclentfl used to imagine was the
center of consciousness and t he seat of the
soul, tsstruotura has install resemblance
to that of an eve, but you can liiul it re
tainiug more of its original development
In some tuetles and other reptiles. With
them this gland has still, though in the
middle of the head, an actual eye socket,
an optic nerve connecting with the visual
tract of the brain, and even the pigmentary
Inner coot, the object of which in all eyes
is to absorb light, There Is no retina, but
It is an eve for all that In the case of the
li.anl l mentioned this pineal eye actually
appears at the top of the head and is useful
for wing w ith.
"There are quite a number of rudiment
ary organs in the human body w hich have
baWme so because nature has no longer
any use for them. Snr example, there is
the 'thyroid gland' In the neck, the onlj
usefulness of which seems to be in occa
sioning the disease known as goitre. I'oo
pie in Savoy and t he Tyrol am- worst af
flicted with this complaint. It Is supposed
that the water they drink, derived from
the melting of thogluciers of the Alps,
causes the hypertrophy of the thyroid
gland, the result of which is an enormous
swelling, so that sometimes theunfort.il
hate COmes to have a bagUke appendage
dangling down as fur as the waist. Then
is no known cure for the trouble after it
has got well started, though the swelling
may be a trifle reduoed by Injections into
its substance. It is a very curious fact
that if a human lielng or any oilier animal
is deprived of this apparently useless gland
by Cutting it Out, there always follows a
general degotierat ion of all the tissue of
the body. "
"Another seemin dy useless organ is the
'supra renal capsule' attached to each of
the kidneys. Its only purpose in a human
being appears to be to occasion what is
known as 'Addison's disease, ' In cases
where it gets out of order. In such 00010,
whi' h aro happily rare, the skin of the
body loses Its nat ural color and becomes of
a muddy brown hue. This 'capsnle' is
ptiMtnaMy the remains of what was once
a Moratory organ.
."Then then is tin- mysterious 'vermi
form appendix' attached to the small in
testine. Once in n while an apple seed or
some such thiug gets into il . and onuses
Inflammation, t'ntii within the last four
or live years such cases were always fatal,
but now they are usually cured by cut ting
open the Stomach and removing the ap
pctiili.x. Until very recently operations re
ipiiring the cutting npm of the body in
this way invariably resulted in death, for
the reason that germs could not Is- pre
yonbed from getting into the wnund wul
creating sulmoqncnt inflammation. But
the bacteriologists hsve taught, through
their resean hoH, huw such germs may be
killed fay spraying wtth autlseptic solu
tious. The vermiform appendix has con
.sidooafale uscfuluuss ntuuuir the lower am
At hist the
I Ho throw his hoi scrOSs her path and
I caught the bridle in bis bund. Then, as he
I (muted and wailed for thanks, the young
woman drew herself up and said coolly:
j "Don't give yourself the least uneasiness,
sir; my hone w as not running away w ith
me, This is a put up job between the
I policeman and metf to let mo ride faster
here than the law allows." Which shows
that some things are not to lie Understood
at a glance, and that oven park policemen
are not always to In-trusted when there is
a young w oman in the case. - New York
Modern warriors generally wear hair on
their frontispieces. It is thought to give
them a martial appearance. ButAlexan
dor's Invincible soldiers wore all liaro
faced. If o compelled them to shave for u
sufficient reason, vif., lest the "outside
barbarians" of Asia should seize them by
their beards, and so capture them. If the
emperor of China had been equally wise
he would have docked the long tails of his
soldiery baton ho sent them out to tight
French and English, Etundrsds Of the
Celestials were caught Ivy their qnenCR
when running away and dragged as prison
ers into the camp of the allies. New York
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Chen lug Gam,
The chew ing gum business began on a
small scale some I hirty years ago, It was
then manufactured and used principally
In NSW England. This article was made
front the gum of the spruce tree. Another
kind of gum was and Is made from pnraf
flue. Them' was a prejudice attirst against
manufactured chewing gum. and years
ego children wen todd that the stuff was
made of "niggers' beets."
The raw matoriol of rhewing gum modi
today comes from the Mexican ehtr.lttfiipote
tree. That is the stuff "tuttl frutti" !s
made of. The story runs that a Yankee
by the name of Adams Imported the. Ifext
can gum to liaveil take the place of gutta
percha or soft rubber, tint the experiment
failed. Accidentally he broke off n hit of
the stun" and rhewisl it. Thai gave to
him the notion of manufacturing the sub
stance Into chewing gum The business is
now housed in a six story hnihllng aijd
gives employment to over ttO iic-opie.
The Way to Tack Apples.
Posing through Washington market. I
noticed a man In one of ifa big cotmiiisslon
stires packing apples in n brrel. What
struck me as facing decidedly pcouUarabout
t his ordinarily commonplace operation wns
the fact Unit he picked out the faiggtiat
apples and put. them in the bottom of the
barrel, "Why do you put. the big ones tn
the bottom?" I mqtitred with no little run
osity. He gave me a knowing wink as ho
replied: "Oh, they open the tarrohvnt the
lottom nowadays." Mo further cr plana
tion was necessary. New York Win-Id.
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