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Prof. Watson has invented a date calculator that if properly handled will make him a fortune.

-from the Mountain Echo newspaper, Feb, 13, 1891, Marion County, Arkansas

Women are more graceful than men because they have no pockets to put their hands in and acquire a slouchy gait while young.

Mountain Echo newspaper, Marion County, Arkansas, 1886

Kronos, Percival, Constance, and Atlas are names being considered for the newly discovered ninth planet of the solar system.

Published in the New York Herald, 1930, referring to a meeting in Flagstaff, Arizona at the Lowell Observatory.

The dead ‘mermaid’, recently cast up by the sea near Lewes,ought to be preserved in the interest of science.

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A Mermaid Found in Delaware.

Date: January 20 1880

Newspaper published in: St. Louis, Mo.

(From the Breakwater (Del.) Light)

On Tuesday of this week Capt. RAYMOND, keeper of Life-Saving Station No. 3, found on the beach what he supposed to be a mermaid which had been washed up from the sea. Capt. RAYMOND describes it as being about the size of a six year old boy, and to the middle or waist of the body resembling a boy in every particular. He says that its face, head, neck, arms and bust, as well as its hair, were similar in appearance to those of a human being. There were no fingers on the hands, but a coarse, moppy hair like the frizzled end of a whalebone, supplied their place. The lower portion of the body, from the middle or waist downward, resembles that of a shark, the tail being covered with a hairy substance similar to that of the hands. Capt. FOWLER says that the “tarnal critter” came there for no good, and it betokens a terrible shipwreck and fearful loss of life, which is soon to happen on that part of the coast.

Stop a moment and consider how many unnecessary things you say in a day.

-from the Washington Democrat, Washington, Iowa, 1902

Chas. Richey cut his left hand badly Monday while cutting strings from a package.

-from the Clinton Register, Friday, September 8, 1899, Clinton, Illinois

A young White Leghorn hen owned by Mrs. Estell Broaddus of Madison, Missouri, has kidnapped a family of young kit tens from the farm cat, and they sleep each night under her snowy wings.

A Hen Adopts Some Kittens  -Kansas City Star – May 25, 1919

Hens have queer ways down in Madison County, Missouri.

A young White Leghorn hen owned by Mrs. Estell Broaddus of Madison, Missouri, has kidnapped a family of young kittens from the farm cat, and they sleep each  night under her snowy wings.

At first the mother cat objected, and hissed all sorts of threats at the hen.  But when she found Biddy only wanted to act as nurse maid, she accepted with rather ill grace, and now, when they all pile in the empty breakfast cereal box, Biddy spreads her friendly wings and hovers cat and kittens.

So unusual is the affinity, that neighbors come purposely to see Biddy scratch and call when she finds a worm or a bit of meat, chasing away and pecking at small feathered nieces and nephews and saving the morsel till the adopted kittens appear.

Dangerous curves are being taken out of the Neversink Mountain Railroad at Reading.PA1892

–from The Berks County Democrat, news brevities, (Boyertown, Pennsylvania) January 16, 1892

On Saturday Mrs. Rebecca Spangenberger killed a chicken and in its gizzard found 3 pennies, a dime, a nickel, a “fips,” and a brass button..

Town and Country News , Berks County Pennsylvania, April 18, 1903

On Saturday last Mrs. Rebecca Spangenberger, the wife of an iron ore miner in Lower Macungie township, Lehigh county, killed a chicken for a Sunday dinner, and in its gizzard found three pennies, a silver dime, a nickel, one of the old-fashioned Spanish six and a quarter cent silver coins, known as “fips” and a brass button. The chicken was about 1 1/2 years old, and assuming that it went into the banking business soon after the first deposit was probably made nearly that long ago. The coins were all smooth, the pennies having been reduced by the action thereon of the contents of the gizzard, such as feed, sand, gravel, &c., to the size of an old three-cent silver piece. At this rate the deposits would have dwindled to nothing in the gizzard-bank in another year.

Mind what I tell you;frogs is revolutin’ and I know it.

John Estep, a fisherman, went over to Missouri frog hunting, having received an order from St. Louis for frog hams. Among other frogs he captured, one with five fully developed legs, and he is as proud as a pea fowl about it. In speaking about his latest catch, last evening, Mr. Estep said: ‘I ketched a frog once that had whiskers like a cat. I ketched another one once that had a tail like a muskrat’s. ‘Nother time I hauled in a big feller that only had one hind leg, and that was enough like a chicken’s to have a spur on it, but it didn’t. Then there was a curious old frog I ketched years ago that had a head you’d a swore belonged to a snapping turtle, and the nobby feller with a regular white streak round his neck like a dude’s collar, and a round spot covering one of his eyes that made him look exactly as if he was wearing one of them dandy eye glasses. Then there was the frog I ketched that was so cross-eyed I was almost afraid to take it off the hook. But I consider this here five legged frog the biggest piece of flesh of the kind I ever ketched. I’ll tell you why: It ain’t no freak, this five legger aint. It is the result of deliberation on the part of the frogs. Frogs is gettin’ scarce, but folks has got to have them and the frogs know it. Frogs is the smartest things in creation. Now what does them five legs on this frog mean? It means that the frogs haint no doubt of what they are here fur, and knowing they are growing lesser and lesser on the face of the earth, and in the swamps thereof, they are jest agoing into the growing of more legs, so that the decrease in the number of frogs will be made up by the increase in the number of their fat and juicy kickers. This fellow only has five. They’ll be doing better bimeby, and some of these days I will fetch in a stock of frogs wearing all the way from eight to ten legs apiece, and every one of them of a quality to make a frog-eater go crazy with delight. Mind what I tell ye; frogs is revolutin’ and I know it.”

-from the Alton Telegraph, Alton, Illinois, June 22,1893