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THE IiAKOASTEB DAILY IITOELLlGEyCEI., SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 18&8.
THE IATE EMPEROR.
INTERESTING DETAILS OF HIS PUB
LIC AND DOMESTIC LIFE. j
"Our Trite" In 1880-ni Wife Advent,
ere en the-Occan Steamer SUlltary Ito Ite
rletr of 1830-Flne Shew of AH tbej
Notabilities-The Potsdam Garrison. J
ry Interest centers
In the develop
ment of affairs in.
Europe, new thntl
death lias for the
second time with
in a few months
.removed the head
'of the Herman
I Scarcely less in
'tercstinir than the
cable's dally re
ports of what is
are the reminis
cences of the late Emperor Frederick that
era told by the correspondents who have,'
at ene tline or another, couie in contact
with "Unser Fritz." Mr. Theodere Stan Stan
ten, the well known Paris correspondent,
lias ierwarueu tue loiiewing te tills paper;
When I was in Berlin In llm siimmrr nf
J880 I saw something of "Our Fritz" en'
Several occasions, lie then looked well
Mid strong, there was a healthy glow in
hla face, aud his eyes were "bright and
Dut let me go back a llttle. When II
first crossed the ocean. In June. 1874.
Copt. Nordcuhelt, a charming old tar, told
lis ene day a characteristic auecdote of the
then crown prince.
"On our last trip out," the captain be
gan, "we brought the crown prince the
Crown princess and their children from'
Bremen te Southampton. The crown
princess, as you are aware, Is the daughter
of Queen Victeria, and was. en her way te
pay n visit te her natlve land.
"Well, ene day the princess went te
take a bnlh, be the tub was filled with
,water. Yeu knew, by the way, that the'
faucet system 13 net be siniple In a trans
atlantic steamer's bathroom as It Is In the
bathrooms en laud. New, there was net
enough water In the tub te suit her im-j
perlal highness, or clse It was tee cool or,
tee warm, se she turned en ene of the
etopcecks; but hew te check the inflow
puzzled her. In despair alie turned
another cock, when fiteam began te hiss1
and fill the room with a blinding vapor.
In the meanwhile the water was pouring!
ever the sldc3 of the tub and flooding the
small room. Greatly frightened, fearing1
an explosion of some Kind from the steam,1
with drowning as the finale, the princess,
was finally forced te open the bath room
deer and cry:
" 'Fritzl Fritzl Come quick and turn
off this water and steaml' 1
"The crown prince leek In the situation
at ence. But partly In fun, and partly te
teach his wife n lessen 'she should net
handie things she didn't understand, as
he said he did net budge. (
1 "In the meannhllu the princess had
shut the deer again, and the water new'
began te run hi streams out into the
passageway. The waiters rushed for polls
and mops, while the chlf steward hastened)
le tell me I was en the brldge at the
tlrae what was gelug en. I immediately'
called the engineer and ordered him te
turn off all 1 lie water In the ship. And
thus the noer crown princess get her bath'
'at last. The crown prince, and the next'
day the crown princess, tee, laughed
heartily eer this episode.
"Shortly after landing the imperial
party," continued Copt. Bordenholt, "I
received this diamond scarf pin here ln
my cravat, with n letter from the crown)
princess, in which she thanked me Ij
auote her letter 'for having saved myj
jlife under very peculiar circumstances.
The first time I saw the Emperor Fred-!
erick was at the spring leview of the
Bcillu garrison in 18s0. '
About 10 o'clock a large cavalcade was
observed nppreaching. Theso in the first
carriages raised their hats, nnd a brilliant
body of several hundred horsemeu rede
by en the gallop, the stately kaiser, sit-,
tfng his herse as few octogenarians!
could, leading, with the crown prince a'
llttle behind him. Ven Meltke was there,
'tee, I was told, though I failed te discever1
his commanding figure in the throng of
officers. Bismarck was conspicuous by
his absence. The great chancellor never
participates in these public exhibitions of)
uermany'ri power. He prefers te sit in
his cabinet and pull the strings which
inove these military puppets. After the
royal party had galloped out of sight
came a dashing horseman In red uniform, ,
preceding a state carriage drawn by six!
black horses, and containing the crown
princess and her children. All hats word
removed as they were whirled along.
A few days later I had n stlllnettcr
view of the then crown prince at the re-;
view of the Potsdam garrison.
Taking en early train for Potsdam, I
was admitted te a fiue place from which
te see the review, by n small pink card!
stamped with the German coat of arms,'
,en which card was printed, "Pass te the
rooms of the. second story of the reyal1
Talaco at Potsdam, for the 81st of May,1
1880." Mounting the stairs of the edlfice
'I v as ushered into an upartment which
looked out en the small parade ground,
.directly in front of the schless, or reya
'palace. The infantry was already drawn!
up In the form of a large parallelogram,
the regiment oppeslto my window woar wear
ing the uniform of Frederick the Great's1
guards, white pants, dark bkie coats, and
hats resembling the pope's miter. These
hets have a lefty freut of burnished brass
surmounted by a cockade, and a top of
red cloth slanting downward te the back
,of the licad, and divided iu the mlddle by
a line of white. Tliey are very heavy, and
FUEDCIUCi: AS CltOWN l'lUNCE AT A Itl-VIEWl
the soldiers of this era, unlike theso of the
last century, never wear them longer
than ttjree hours at n tlme. 1 was In
formed by a military gentleman that their
weight 011 the forehead Is very great, and
that en a warm day It Is no uncommon'
thing for several soldiers te break dewuj
during the roview en account of this
While niaklug theso observations the
crown prince and suite rede Inte the
.square, and as he passed each regiment,
'with ene veice, greeted him v. Ith 11 hearty
'."Guten Morgen." Then the troops
imarched by in roview before the emperor.
'One of the platoons of an Infantry reel
'ment was commanded by Prince Leepold,
grand nephew of the emperor, then a boy
of 14 or 15, I judged. As the llttle fellew1
strede, with "the Prussian step," by the
kaiser he displayed all the military vcrve
of a veteran, though it rather detracted
from his dignity v. hen he was forced te
run forward every few mitiutcs In order
te get well ahead of his men, whose leug
strides the boy could net equal. A fuw
hours later I dreve by the siinple llttle
villa In the vicinity of Potsdam vthoretho
young soldier lived ull alene with Lis
tutor. The house is separated from the
roadway by aw Ide ditch filled with run
,ulng water, which Is crossed by a narrow
plank, the only entrance te the prince's
abode. This simplicity Is characteristic
ally Hobenzollcru. rredcrlck also par-
tlcIpatedTn the ceremony of the unveiling
of Schafer's magnificent fctatue of Goethe
in the Thlergarten, which brought to te
gether a most distinguished body of
people. The Greek ambassador, Ithau Ithau
gabe, who has translated Gouthe into
modem Greek, was en the stand reserved
isrjhfljilDtemtUe f oresJTLaiail &zzue
or rrorcsser anmm, tne eTstiHgnUnert
member of the Berlin faculty, steed near
Memmscn's lank form, peaked face and
long gray hair were seen net far from his
colleague Grimm. The squabblsh little.
uuuru 01 Auereaca wne nas since uiea 1
With his full mnml fAn Minrnl with a
vshortlren greybeard, steed te the right,
of the statue. The fine open face of Lep
Mus, the Egyptologist, who baa also
.passed ever te the majority, was easily
recognized! se was the fat, unwieldly fermi
(of the chief of pelice, Ven Madal, the
emperor's right hand mad, who was bust
ling about in uniform. Bat none created'
'the stir that the wlfe of Bismarck did
twhen she advanced towards the stand re
served for the diplomatic corps accetnpa-!
uicu vy ene 01 ine lercign ambassadors.)
Mme. von Bismarck has a plain, sallow
face, and was attired In the very simplest
manner. Twe rows of stndents dressed
in their trala costumes wem nnnanlenena1
jln the throng, and whoa the brief ccre-J
uiuu numuaueuiurw ex meir number
advanced te the fence that'surreunds the
monument and hanged thoreon a green
wreath tied with a bread whlte ribbon.!
The royal family was well represented,!
and nobedv aaamnd In 1 asta rinanni. Intni-.l
lest in the interesting ceremony than the
.crown prince and crown princess. 1
j But it was at the distribution of the
prizes or tue Berlin International Fisher-,
lies Exhibition of 1830, where the United
States, by the way, took the first prlze.
mm 1 ubu tue Dess opportunity te study!
"Unser Fritz" near at hand. t
The nave of the main building was oc
cupied by two orthroohundrodgontlo erthroohundrodgontlo orthreohundrodgontlo
men, chiefly diplomats and missionaries,'
while the frallerles above wem fillral wlthi
'ladles. The crown urinee. in millrnrv
I uniform, was announced at 1 o'clock by a
I flourish of trumnets, and took his place
iwi n ueis wnere tue reyat prizes were dls-
pieyeu. Alter a snort address by tliej
minister of agriculture, the band played
a popular air, and then started off en an an an
otuer. The crown prince had net ex-
pected the second piece, and when the
first was ended rese te reply te the min
ister. Just as he began te spook the band
began te play and the royal words were
drowned In music. Great consternation
prevailed among the organizers of the
exhibition. The leader of the band had
his back turned te the audience, and as
he was hlcrh un In the mdlerv nnbmlv
could cot at him. But llnallv tfin mini
prince, who remained standing, caught
I his cye, and with a smile and a wave
of the hand suggested that he desist for
1a moment, The expression of the
". crown Vprince's1
"3f ace and his whole'
1 manner provoked
even among theso
and when he fin
ished ,hbf speech
lie was", hear tilyj
slmple, geed nat-l
an impression en
me that has never
been effaced, and
revealed a chaTm
lug slde of the
character of the
neble man who
occupied the Gor Ger
man throue be
short a tlme.
lam Victer Au
grandson of "Un
Bcr Fritz" and
great grandson of
the old Emperor
William, is new
crown prince. lid
was bera May 0;
1883, and Is al
ready in military
NEW cneWN MUNCH, training. Ills unf.
ierm is suewn Dy
I the accompanying cut, which, It will be
obscrved, shows that he la already ery
,beldierly In his bceiing. .,
The Hub 'd Sense of Celer. ,
None of the experiments recorded by
Professer Preyer are mera interesting thau
1 theso concerning color. He began show
ing red and green colored dislts te the
child In the eighty-fifth week of its existi
ence, naming the colors, and trying te get
baby te distinguish between them. It was
net, hewever, until the 7C8th day that
the child Bhowed, by answering right
cloven times out of ceventsn, that he
had begun te dliTorentlate them. Then
yellow was added te red and green, and
seen It became his favorlte color. In the
110th week he answered right en yellow
tweuty-three times out of twenty-eight.
Then blue was added, but that proved
hard for the bev te distinguish, especially,
after iolet and gray had been brought in.'
When the child was a llttle ever 2 years
old he had. se te say, nuite a repertoire of.
, colors, and could distinguish yellow, red,
orewn and violet rigntly at almost every
trial. Green, blue aud erange puzzled
him. Indeed, he was net sure of these,
until he was 8 years old. The exact or-1
ider in which he learned te pick out the
I colors with Bome precision was as follews:
yellow, brown, red, vlolet, black, rose,
erange, gray, green, blue. j
These experiments with colors, ceutln-,
lulng thus for a year and ft half, were co-J
Incident with dozens of ether dally trials J
Intended te ascertain the development of
the senses, the will, and the understand,
I ing in ether directions. Tim amount of
!care and patience which the professor'
must have expended during the three
years Is altogether incalculable The
Cunit Truillng In Seuth America.
A system of "deck trading" is carried,
en by the people of the country all along
the west coast. Men und women ceme en
beard the steamer with fruits, roaiket
preduce and ether articles, which are
btrewn about the deck and sold te peoplei
who visit the vessel at each pert. These
traders are charged passage money and
freight by the steamship companies, and
are a nulsauce te the ether passengers.
Each female trader bringH a mattress te
sleep upon, a chair te use during the day,
her own cooking and chamber utensils,
and spends a great part of her llfe sailing
from eue pert te another. William Elo Ele Elo
rey Curtis In American Magazine
A Cure for Homesickness.
Omaha Man (formerly of New Jersey
What is the matter with my wlfe, doctor?
Family Physician Nothing, except that
she Is homesick.
Omaha Man But 1 can't afford te clese
my business and go back te New Jersey. 1
ramuy mysictan wen, stand a tun ok
water out In the sun a few days. Tlmti
will breed a million or ee of pretty fair'
size mosquitoes. Omaha World.
Acceptable te Kicrybeilj-.
There Is nothing inore acccptable te all
classes than a kind, affable, courteous be
havior, and it can be practiced by all, lu
the workshop or the home. And the ene
who Is courteous will exercise a very geed
Influence ever theso abeve him. We re
member that It was Bald at Bejiamln
Franklin that he reformed the habits of
an cutlre workshop. Kev. William
A ltvgular I'rolettlen.
Taking a party of young ladles te
Eurepe, or ladies of a certain ege who de
net like the treuble of planning routes and
looking after luggage, has become a regu
lar profession for seme women. Although
there In considerable work attached te It,
it Is looked upon as mero or less of a holi
day by all who undertake it. New Yerk
There are 29,000 uliad eggs In a quart.
New, then, if a shad and a half lay an
egg and a half lu a day and a half, hew
many but why goon? The reader can
"Whcre is fancy bredt" asks an ex
change Yeu can buy It at any first class
bakery, but It isn't half as geed as
'mother's homemade bread, cut bias and
buttered ou both tides.
ON LITE'S THRESHOLD.
TtlE SWEET GIRL GRADUATE AND
Scheel Day Are Ort" r and 6I10 I Glad.
Wherercr Her tot May De Cast tli
Geed WUhei of Alt Geed Felk Ge
OW 13 the time,
the sweet sum
mer time, when
throughout a 1 1
the laud the happy
state of the girl
graduate Is mera
thau she can
stand. Thore Is
nothing In llfe,
with its toy and
sttife, lllie get.
ting a thing qulte
dene. and the cirl
.who gees through is net likely te rue the
years of her school days' fun. But te tell
the truth, there Isn't, In sooth, se much of
It after all, and this pere. pore, pore ever
anclcnt lore, in tlme begius te pall. Se
'the clrls are clad, and tliev don't feel sad.
that examination's past; and they wel
ceme the day when they all can say that
they knew enough at last.. Te study a
book till your necks eret a creek and
you're sick with a bone deferred; te sib
still and stuff Is qulte bad enough, but Is
werse when yen can't speak a word. Te
knew that yeu're bound te make no sound
and nevcr te think of a beau, but,
te study and wait te the sweet
irrftdunte Is. In fact, nnlte tlflcldndlv nlnw..
J And she welcomes with gloe the tlme
when she's free and can chatter and
Mnilfn fill tllrrbtt i-1ini hufrtM. 41m nn.(
hop she can go out and shop from dewy
morn tin nigiit; wnen, iu tact, biie is
"out" and can flutter about, and dd what
she's dreamed of se much, nnd tMrhnW
Imako a catch, If young Cupid will stretch1
I his bow at her maidenly touch, j
.' In all seriousness Is thore any ene hap-j
pier en all this bread earth than the
"sweet girl graduate?" 1
And is there aaythlng prottler, sweeter,'
mero entrancing in all creation? Net If
j the writer knows anything about it. 1
ok Lire's TnnnsneLD."'
I She cemes forth te the world like a
butterfly from Its chrysalis radiant, gilt.
j tcring and dollcate as the June roses she
j wears en her breast. She has crewded
I her head with facts and figures. She has
piucued seme milt rrem all the branched
of knowledge, and stands upon 1 the
threshold of llfe, looking forward 'with
the untrained cye of youth te the futureJ
During the last two weeks in June
bevies of Innocent young creatures stand
In snowy garments and Jdd (dinners ou the
! platforms of female Institutions of learn
Ing. Frein the vtllage high school, with
tits graduating class of half a dozen, te
J te the pretentious Vassar, which is called
j a college find where female teachers are
(called "professois," there rlses a pleasant
Hew delightfully the girls talk in thelr
essays of the exalted nature of the dutles
lu the llfe befere them; with sweet in
flections aud occasional gesture, raising
an arm from which a lace sleove falls
away and reveals its roundness aud whlteJ
ness. What a sliower of pretty concep
tions of "womanhood," of woman's duty
te her neighbor, te the peer, te education,
te the cultivation of all that is true and
neble In herself and theso about her.
And the sweet girls' teachers sit by, and
nod and npprove and leek wlse when pon
derous thoughts ceme forth, or smlle
approvingly when a Jest Is thrown In
just te liven It up and proud when thq
twentieth bouquet or basket of flowers id
handed up te ene of the favorites, and!
feel a conscious prlde In having prepared
the sweet creature for the field befere her.
It will net be a field of roses te all the
sweet clrl frraduates: seme will find llfn
i a, battleju very truth, and te net a few
7l.;TIi7!T. .qsvs new closed, nnd wlilrli
were perhaps "often irUsome, will linger
many years in the memory llke a beauti
ful dream of plashing water and greet!,
trees and birds and flowers the ene
sweet memory In a llfe of disappointment J
and bitter tears.
But en commencement day thore should
be no irloemv forebodings tlme enough
! for gloomy thoughts when the cares of
I llfe beceme heavy.
j Kude and Vulgar rrankneu.
I Nothing Is se reprchcnslble as the
lAmerlcau habit of saying disagreeable
1 things and calling the hublt familiarity
or frankness. There Is a very great ab ab ab
jsencoef that rcsnert for ethers which Is
Insisted upon In Eurepe, as from hervants
te their employers, hotel keepers te their
patrons; in fact, from ene person te an
other. JA lady stepping In a western hotel
overheard the proprietor say te his clerk, a
they were arranging a dinner table:
"Well, where Is Jim Garflcld geln' te sit"
lit would impreve our national manners'
did we Insist en a mero proper form of
; speech. ,
j In Puritan Yankocdem there was a de-1
1 light In plain truths which was uncempll-1
jmentary. "Ain't you loekln" a llttle thlnH
!or "Wall, I see you are a gettin' old as
1 well as myself," or "Secms te me you aru
I a llttle down." These are rude and vul-
j gar self assertions of envy and a dcslre te
'be superior. Let us hepe that this spirit'
'will live and die in its own mountains.
1 Mrs. M. E. W. Sherwood. ,
One AUtantage of French.
1 Tend Papa (te daughter) And se you
, think you must learn Freuc h, Cluraf
. Daughter Yes, papa; lu fashienabln
(BOclety there are se many things ene can
'say in French that wouldn't found well In
English, you kuew New Yerk Sun.
ITfirvct anil Mulcg In Mexico.
The Mexican herse is a fccrvlceable ani
mal, geed for long Journeys, easy In ai
canter, Intelligent, full of fun at tlinesj
but rarely vicious, and could he le domes-,
-ticatcd in the United States would be very
popular. The rare air of these table lands
is unfavorable te Imported horses, and It
requires eoveral months te accllmate a
Kentucky herse here. American carriage
horses are imported because of their blze
and geed style, 2,000 a pair being a net
infrequent price. But nothing is mero
arlstecratla looking than a span of fine
mules drawing a family coach. American
"visitors are always enthusiastic ever the
liandsome, well groomed pairs of mules
ene sees here.
Equestrianism for ladles Is bocemlng
popular, and there are seme excellent
riders among the fair sex. The climate
ermlts riding every morning In the year,
which, te a rider, Is a great source of
pleasure. One d-s net have te wonder
M the next morning will be pleasant, and
"there is no forced confinement te the'
rectangle of the riding school, whcre fro fre
qucnt turning of corners is conducive te
fizzlness and final disgust with the no
blest recreation of man. Cor. Bosten
tllernM. . ;
HON. EDWIN C. BURLEIGH.
Named for Governer by Malno HcpubU-
lien. Edwin O. Burleigh, who Is bl'
Kcpnbllcan nomluee for govorner el
Maine, has alrraulv nerax! 41ia aBt. ..ii
j In many capacities, and by Jen. 1 next
win uave iiuuu tne ontpe or state treas
urer as long as the constitution allows.
He is descended from ene of theso English
families which long age settled In tin
north nf Tralfiinl. tnrApm.v.lA.1 ui. ai..
Scotch settlers and thus became merged
hi the general class known as Scotch
insn. when tin
ment Imposed tin.
en the trade nnd
Ireland the Bun
lelglis, llke many
came te New Engl
loud, and in 1830
Cel. Moses Bur'
fnOini r t ti a
r YJftliX W . v am
r.DwiN 0. nuiiLEtau. V '
New Hampshire te Lluneus, Aroostook
county, Me., where his son and grandson
Hen. Parker P. Bnrleigh, father of EdJ
win, has been n prominent citizen, reprei
sentlng his town and cennty In both
hr&np.llA4 of lln lnrtetnltivHi Ati.1 ...vln
as land agent, and Is still a vigorous man
at TO. Edwin Chick Burleif h wn lmrn In
I.llllinit NlW "7 1W.11 nmlMu mn ..J
- ., wav, wmu Ma uj,v muni'
queutly in the very prlme of llfe. He rej
celved a geed acadomle education and
early took an active part in favor of the
tempcrance laws of the state. Iu ISM hd
Ynltmtn1M.1. Illlf. Att Tin liml nt aHntnn.1
his growth aud was In rather peer health
at the tlme he was rejected en examina
tion, but served as clerk In the adjutant
Ill IRTft-?? n.lil '?tj Iia -rt xl.,1. aI 41. J
Malno heuse of representatives and land
agent for the state. In 18S0 he became
clerk iu the ofllce of the state treasurer,
and 111 1885 was hlmsnlf nmtnnlnl in Hint
ofllce. He has filled thoefllco with marked
ability. His legal rosldenco Is lu Bangerj
theucrh his nfllpn lina Ir.mf Mm nn.1 lild
ifflmllv 111 Altnnie4n ai. mnttit trAnMt ir t
a man of wealth,, and Ids home Is a very
(attractlve place te Augusta Society. I
A DESCENDANT OF CORTE2.
rraucli r. Fleming-, Nominated 'for Gov
cnier hy Flerida Democrat. '
Francis P. Flemlng, the Democratic!
nomlnce for gevemdr of Flerida, has n
distinguished ancestry. A grant wa4
made in 1777 of 10,000 acres in Flerida by
uen. .rrancis i-.
Fatle, who re
I reived the grant
rrem tue Spanish
crown for distin
rendered his gov
ernment. He was
also granted 10,
000 acres In what
Is new Nassau
county, which en
j the division of cs cs
tates went te
I Mrs. Sephia Flem
J Ing andMrs. Mary
' Gibsen. Mr. Flem-
ling Is a descend-
ant of the Fatle
riUKCIS P. FLEMINO.
! family. Itn Is ill in ,lnenn,ln,1
j conqueror of Moxlce, Hernande Corlez
(through Miss Augustina Certoz, whemari
rledn Fleming, also through his grand
father, Gen. Fatle, te Mme. de Stach
land her mntlinr. Vmn. KnilraF lTn i"
besides, related te the Virginia Wash'
Mr. Fleming's father was a' planter,
but young Fleming was dovetlng lilmself
te buslnesswhcn the brokeout In 1801.'
I and he enlisted as a prlvate lit the Cen-
icucrate army in the Bocend Flerida vol
unteers. Frem July. 1803. te ScntemJ
Mier, 1803, he was with the Army of
Northern Virginia, et which latter, detd
he was made a Houtenant ill the First
Flerida cavalry In the Army of Tennos Tennes Tennos
bce. He seen after became a captain,
and as such Berved te the end of the war,1
t)a3sluer through mauv blnndv lmttl3. I
', Coming out of the sorvlce a veteran at
. 24 he studied law. In 1808 he was admits
W.l l ...I .1 -I .1 .1 11 J
icu iu mueiKu, uuu niuce umi time nan
been engaged In building up a valuable
practice and n reputation as an able law
yer. His devotion te his profession had
net. hewever. kcut him from identifying
himself prominently with the Intorestsef
i Ills state, among whose poeplo, and In hl-i
' own county especially, he is very highly
j In Stencwnll Jerken' Memery. f
I nore Is a cut of the monument lately
set up at Chauccllorsvllle, Va., in memory
of Stonewall Jacksen, who was meri
tally wounded thore twenty-flve years
age. It btands upon the exact spot
whcre he received his death .wound)
and the masslve bimpliclty 'of the
JACUSON S MONUMENT AT CllANCUIJXHtS.
I V,LL, . .
structure (as shown lu tlje engraving) Is
la geed type of the man. Fer two years,
he was the "praying fighter" of the Cem
Ifoderate army and the terror of thq
1 Federals. New that the pain and terror
and hatred of that tlme have passed away J
I the survivors of both armies are rcprej
j seuted at the unveiling of his monument;
I and the whele country r respects ' his
memory. r ,. tfjr. -
( ' The llUcourtceus I'crtfen,!
' Courteous men and womennndoubtedly
keep beciety lu a healthy condition. They
bear sunshlne with them, and smiles
I greet them. And hew revolutionary ill
I its effects upon society Is the discourteous
onet Kev. William IJcaceck.
Itcrllii'i Carved Weed Ieduttrr.
Bcrliu, It seems," ha.sgradually beceini
, the headquarters of the carved weed In-
'dustry, supplanting Switzerland. Six
I hundred artists lu weed ('arvlnrr. the sama
number of turners and 700 carpenters ur
engaged in manufacturing sued articles al
1 cigar cases, newspuper and nlcture frames,
. napkin rings, etc. The value of the an.
nual expert of these articles Is given
ti.000,000 marks, and this Is oxcluslve vi
(the costly carved weed furniture, thi
jinanufocture and expert of which are as,
sumlng large proportions. New Ye1
I Old clllrs of Arltun.4.
! Scientists are of the opinion that He
newly discovered cities of Arizona are
theso sought by Certes and the eatljl
iSpanlsh adventurers In their expodltlels
after geld. The cities are beven In uum-
'bcr, aud glve ovldenco of former civiliza
tion ami wealth. Bosten Budget.
! f ,&
Bude -Wlie Won't l'ar"7
1 The swell nart of New Yerk Is fairly'
(swarming with young men, seme of them
connected witu rcspcciuuiu iuuuuua.wuuse
chief object in life is te get in debt as
deeply as pessible, and never pay a cent
if they caii help It. New Yerk LcHer,
- , , !
CHINESE SEA GRUB.
COST OF FEEDING A PAGAN ON
AN OCEAN STEAMER.
A Crowd of Crlcitlftlt tearing San Frani
eUee for Tnr Cattiar A Qunrrclteme
Bet of VaHcnccn tit lie Wnste In Feed
The Oeeanle Steamship company's of ef of
,uce was crewded the ether forenoon by
viuunuiuii auxieus te avail tnemseivcs et
the red need rate of passage by the Cana
dian Pacific steamship Abyssinia. Twe
hundred and forty took passage by her
and sailed about 13 o'clock. Many held
mu. iu me lesi reinutn in tne nopethat bet
ter terms might be made, but the ogeiits
.were Inexorable ,
I "Don't VOU fllmlimtn llm nlTIrn nfe llin
Clilna steamer leavesr asked n Hawaiian
dtlde. who strurl(ul tn ! .m,i,I..
through the jabbering crowd of Chinamen
toeecurea passage t5 Honolulu by the
"What nils you?" was the retort. "Yeu
should be familiar with thn mvnni nf
( Cathay, as you ceme from Honolulu," 1
"Of ceurse I am, but nothing se rank
"Geed money, all the same, There are
no deadheads in the Chinese nassMirrer
tvle, no round trip complimentary tlckJ
etJr: Everything is en a basis of United
but 03 geld coin and no credit."
' CUIKRSB SEA UVWTEns. '
I Happening along nt luncli, the lead
thus epeued was followed. "See thq
(Abyssinia let of Chlnose?" asked the dls dls
.penser of hospitality at a neighboring
lunch bar. "Seem n queer let. Glve a
Iprcat deal of treuble, most likely. That
iklud always de. There are cripples nnd
broken down moil of all kinds auieug
"Have you had oxperlonco In that
"Yes, for years. I have been employed?
in the Chluose trade qulte a leug tlme,
but I havij q'ilt ife ;5J Tliose fellows
will have mi armory wltli1hem? Th?y
are quarrolsemo and ilaugoreus, and therd
are always sea lawyers alwartl te stir up1
treuble. They tell the Ignorant coolie
their rights, and If we wero net propared
te fight at the drop of a hat It would bs
all up with us and the ship. We gen
erally manage te keep them under." ,
"What Is the rata of passage!" asked
a reporter who happened te be present.
"Twenty-flve dollars and whatevcr we
can get for freight."
"Are yen In for n freight wart"
"Can't tell. Knew only what wonre
"Docs t23 passnge meney"' pay Jhq
Canadian Pacific en a thirty day voynge,'
when the old lines could barely manage
te get along with a $50 rate?" I
"I should smlle. But yen Just Bklrmlsh
around and find out."
""What does it cost te feed Chlnose pas.
"I brought ever 1.C00 of thcmine Irlri
at an ovemge cost of four and throe'j
eighths cents a day per man. Yesv It was
a llttle pinched, but they had enough
Up le 000 a fair avarage of the cost. Is
ten cents per head dally, nbove that tlid
everage lowers. I think the Pacific Mali
figures en twelve cents, but that depends
"What kind of feed de they get?" .
"Chiefly rlce. We take twcnty-shc'dlf-i
fcrent kinds of chews. We take whltd
beans, brown beans, black beaiw,,relj
boons, groeu beans every klndsef beans;
erange peel, sauces, dried shrimps,, dried
fish, dried abaloue, although they get UU
tle of that. But the principal dlet Is rtceJ
Flve pounds of fresh beet will go as far)
with 100 Chinamen as with live whlte
men. They take a big mess of rlce and a
small ploce et fresh meat, which they lift,
blte off a small morsel, and return te the
dish. Theu they pitch into the rlce with
their chopsticks aud sample the saacesJ
They are fend of salt perk and salt meat j
Fresh ment geos further. They should
nevcr get salted meat or perk."
MUST KAT OII STAnVE.
"novo you ever had treuble with Chi-
"Often, I romemburenco In thn Peking
we had a thousand of thorn, and they
klcked about their feed- I went down te
find out what the treuble was, and theu1
brought down the chief officer. The rlca
was net coeuod te thelr lilting.
" 'I will glve yen-ten minutes te begin
eating,' sold the chief ofucer 'after that
thoiice will be thrown overboard.'
'We could net mevu. We were sur.
rounded. 'Time's up,' said I, calling my
boys te clear away. 'Over she gees.' Thd
Chinamen looked sulky for n minute or se;
and then sat down and ate the rlce, and
that was the last of It.
"We nevcr have any treuble cemlna
this way until after we leave Yokohama.
Up te that tlme the coelio is busy filllnii
np, and by the tlme he reaches Yokohama
he Is all swollen out with rlce, cutting a
very ridiculous ngure, wltu his splnule
legs and overhanging stomach. Afier
leavlnir Japan he is lu eoed condition, and
listens te the Incendiary talk, of thn Chi
nese high binder. If we backed down or
wcaseneu In any way it would be all up
with us. Chinamen are a hard crowd te
handie en shipboard."
"Yeu have only te glve the Chinamen
plenty te eat and you have no treuble."
.said an attcntlve listener. "I was in
Heng Keng when the Abyssinia came lu
threo trips age, and she had treuble about
I the feed, blie then sailed from Victeria.
1 The ether vessels seldom have any bother
of that kind."
. "Yeu think that ten cents per day
covers the cost of the feed supplied en
' shipboard te each Chlnose passenger)" 1
) "Yes, I de. It costs less, with care,
I when the numbers ate large than when
there are few en beard. Tavere Is very
I llttle waste, I assure you. It is net a
I losing trade at ?S5 per head." San Fran-
' Arrowroot Cultnre In Ilftrhmle.
jj!" Arrowroot culture Is carried en In a
shift lews sort of a way, and u valuable in
dustry has thus been uoglectcd, while the
Barbadians have consistently put all their
eggs into ene basket. Ou the northern
slde of the Island, among rearing surges'
and flying sea spume, I saw a llttle patch
of something growing, with tender, feo-J
,ble, light gieeu leaves, cry llke lettuce
that is a week abeve ground. The cultl
'vated land was perhaps a quarter of an
ncre, and in ene comer of the let steed u
miserable thatch reefed shanty. Tills was
ian arrowroot plantation and mill. A lank.i
'poverty stricken whlte answered te myj
call, and conducted me ulwut his cstate,
ending up with the inauufucture. Twe
women, whose pallid faces, bent backs
and listless leeks speke of scanty rations
all their lives, were busy squeczlng the.
water out of u masi of whlte fiber by)
"handful Inte a sheet stretched ever w
barrel. In ene corner steed a large clr
rular grater te le turned by (torne lazy
hand that was all. 1
I The root leeks llke small, whlte sngarj
cane, divided Inte Joints, growing seme
li Inches long; is cut into fiber by graU
.ing, soaked in water, and then has the
(starch that Is known as arrowreoti
bntiezed out slowly by such discouraged,
looking females as theso were. In ap-i
jwarance and taste this was qulte equal
te what I have seen In llcrrauda: and
, along this north ceust is vacant land that,
Js useless for cane, enough te supply a
'great demand, with overy facility for cul
tivation. And it must be profitable, for;
upon the receipt from that lctty, peer'
place, at $2,75 per hundred pounds, these
three puople subsisted. Living, It was
net, that was an ambition te which their
wildest hopes hail net seared; but they
did net cease te exist, and were net mero
utterly dejected lu gait and general get
up than many of their oempatrlots who
worked In cans fields. Dr. William F.
Hutchinson In American Mugazlnu.
An Ilenrat Crltlclaiu.
I Her mother, vith commendablo tact and
consideration, was endeavoring te say
semellilng complimentery in regnru te tug
particularly homely Infant of a friend aud
neighbor. But our uncompromising small
herolne wouldn't have it 60. "Why.
mamma, dat baby leeks des llke ene of,
does llttle blind kittens what was left iu
our basement; des llke a llttle lukewarm
.kitten." Washington Hatchet.
An Important Announcement'
lliMtl .1. - - MSA -w,, a . . a
tudilrnlr mucked with cxcrurutini
anil a1wp trM drtrtn from mis After tntTrr-
Ini thn mm rirrucUtln patn feraircwk,
mint liniment unit mneiia ether rrnwlfan,
a fili-ml whearmpMhUedwUnniT litli.les
" Whr flnn'l m, ttk UnWItt'm fAtrt ..
Um It. I will (tuarantee a cure, anil If 11 it eca
net the mMli'lne ilmll cot rnu nelhlnit."
. .1 " RnV 'curevt the H. a ft, annf after
Hlncettttu 1 hata brenrcgulailr al nt vt
of dntr. anil atanil n. i..J rH, a.L liJ. . ?
ten heura a daj.and aiiientlrrlTrreernmi
twin. Thea are Hie plain and aluipl. facta
In me cae. and I will cheerf ullr anaeer all
Inqntrlra ttlatUa thereto, either In peraQuuc
fe aan at II w. 19th atree Naw Vetk Cltr.
f rliattriita; T-I hart wanlM oft a ao ae
ere attack of thniimatlini liy a ttmelr rraurl
le Swift a Biiectae. In all cea where a per
manent relief la aeuaht Ihla medicine com.
Inenda Itaelf for a cenatltullnnal Ireatmenl
(hat thnreuahljreradicatca th -ccda of dla
rata f tutu Iba ai item.
b ma 1 . Iter. W. r. mnH0, D. D.
ary T0".111 TrnAva -After apendlnir
9 te lie. tclli.ve.1 of meet IVI.en without
anjrlienent, a few l ttleaut Swiff. Bpeilltj
wetkeil a perfrt. t euro. e, 1'emia.
-'""". -My "",4 "' "?d alr.an.l
Iwt, ate.1 four jteara, Inj acrutula In the
wiirit atfgra'atrd ah. They wera punr
and alcklr. Todar ther are. healihr audrv audrv audrv
tuil,alllhotullef taklnit H. H. s.
, jee T. Ceirjtn.
I.iht Ia. Bcarren Ce., Fu.-Veur S. s.
R haa jirutril a wendrtful aucccaa In mr
ei,ls. .T'1" canret mi mjr fiice, no doubt,
would have aoen hurrtnl inn te hit otate. I
de think II la w vaderful, and haa no ixtial.
. .. .umi usiinaaier.
a H. Ce., Atlanta, Oa. t ' J ' '
(lentlemen-Knewiintttiat yen arpreclala
elimttiry teatlmeulala, wa take pleaauta In
atatlnif that one of our ladrcudnuirra hai
renamed her health by the uae nf four larire
Uitiha of jour .treat rvmedr.afier hatimi
been an Invalid for arTeral jeara. llrrtreuklS
waa eatrema drhllltr, cauae.1 tijr a illacaae 1-0.
cullarteheraex. Wirtuft Ce., DruKnlnta.
Three lika mailed free va application.
All Urmia lata aeli K.H.H.
Tin Swirr Brrnrte Ce , 1j
Drawer. Ailantaua. Y
ew Vetk.;i6 Uruadnar.
Vim fni, Wmm a ill.
A1NK'H UKIjRRY COMPOUND.
NKUVUUB l'ltOSTKATION, NKKVUUH
1IRAUACI1K, NKUIIALMIA, NKKVOU8
WKAKNKS8, BTOMACII AND LIVKll D1S-
KA8K8, nilKUMATlHM, UYHl'Kl'SlA,
and all Affeotlens of the Kidneys.
I'AlNK'fl CKLKUY COMI'OUNI) la a Narve
Tonle whlcb never falls. Containing Celery
and Cocea, tboae wonderful allmulanU, It
speclaty euros all nervous dltorders,
I'AINK'S CKLKHY COMI'OUNI) purines
tha bleed. 1 1 drlvei out the Inctln acle, whleh
causes Itheumntlsm, nnd restores thn bleed
umklnicenjftna te a healthy condition, Tlie
tme rotneay for Upeumaltara.
l'AINKU CKLKUY COMI'OUNI) quickly
resteres Uin liver and kidneys te purled
liuallh. TrtUeuraUva power, cetnblniid wllh
Its nnrvn tenlca, la why It Is the beat remedy
ler all kidney complaint ,
I'AINK'8 CKLKUY COMPOUND stronRtb strenRtb stronRtb
ena the stomach, and quiets thonrrvrmef
the dlKcattve erKana. Tills la why Itonres
even the werse casus of Uygpepjls.
I'AINK'8 CKLKHV COMI'OUNI) la net a
calnitrtle. It I a IhtiiIIve. kIvIiiet eitaynnil
natural action le tlie bowels. iiOKiilailty
surely fellows Its uae,
itocemmendnd by professional and business
men. bend for hook,
Vrlce, il.CH). sold by DrttKKlats.
WKLLH, UlOIIAllDaON A Ce., 1'roprletors.
llurllngten, Vt, (V).
PAINK'H OKIjKRY OOMVOUND
rOH SALS AT ,
If. II. COCIlIt AN'rl UllUd HTOUK,
Nes. 1D7 A 1311 North gueen St., l.uucaatur, l'a.
Ilonicepatlilc Veterinary Hperlllcs,
rorllersoa, Cattln, Bheep, Debs, Hogs, Poul
try, tue I'Auk nook
On Treatment of Anl mala and chart Ben t Free.
CUUKS rovers. Congestion, Inllamma'len.
A. A.-Spinal MenttiKltls, Milk rvnr.
11.11. Hi ruins, Lameneaa, Ithnutnatlim.
CO. Ulstemper, Nasal lllsehurKt-a.
li.U.-UeU or uruba, Worms.
K.K. CetiKha, llnavtvi. 1'nnumenla,
(f.Oi MIscarrlitRii, llninerrhairaa.
II. It. Urinary and Kidney Ulaeasea.
I.I. Kniptlve Dlarnaea, MatiKU.
J. K. Ulaeasea et UlKeatlen.
BTAHI.K CABK. with Bpnctflca. Manual,
WUeli llatel Oil and MedlcnUd 17.09
1'ltlCK, Hlnilollettlo(ovor Mdeaei)....., .10
BOLD IIY DUUOOlHTSl Oil
HINT l'UKl'AIU ON UVUKII'T Of I'lllCK.
llnmpbruyi' Med. Ce., 1W trillion HU, N, Y.
In uae se yenra. The only ancceaafttl remedy
for Nervous Debility, vital Weakness nnd
1'rnatrutlen from ever-work or ethur cuttsna.
tlioper vial, orevlali and large vial powder.
Heiuiir DnuoeiBTi, or sent postpaid en re
ceipt 01 prien.
Ne, im ruiien Htruut, n. y.
rAI.UAHIiK MKDIUAIj YVOKK.
Or the BU1KNCK Or LIKK, A VALUA1ILK
the only true description of this time en Man
heed. Nervous and Physical Debility, Prema
ture Decline, Krreta of Youth, and thn untold
mlaurlea oenaoriuent te same, as well as an ex
posure of qnacuaand their se-called medical
works, by which they vlctlmlie thousands,
and by tholrezuffKorallORdlanaso, makes theae
peer aullerers tnaane. Kvery yetina; man,
lulddla-axrtxl or old, aheuld read tlita lioek. It
la mero than wealth te them. Bend two cent
stamp ler a copy. Addresa,
UH North Fourth BL, i-hlladelphla, l'a.
TTILY'H UUKAM HA I.M.
ELY'S CUKAM HALM enrrs Celd In Ilead
L'aliarrb, UoweOild, Hay Fever, DealniHS.IIoiul DealniHS.IIeiul
ache. Price SO CenU. KAHY TO USK. Kly
llre'a, Owoke. N. Y., U.S.A.
KLY'd CUKAM II A l.M Cleanses the Nasal
VnrtUHm, aIIujh Pain and lunaintnullnn.
Heals thn Seres, Keateres the Henacs el Tuatu
A partlcle Is applied Inte each nostril and U
ai;ni Hlile. 1'rlre 60 cunts at DiUKKlats ; by
tuall, reulatend, Ce cents.
ta Warren Street, New Yerk.
LIUUOH II A HIT POHITIVKLY CUHKU UY
A1IMIN1BTKU1NU 1)11. 1IAINKS'
It can be Klven In a cup of coffee or tea with
out the knowledge et the person taking It ; Is
abaeluuily baniileaa, and will etrect a perma
nent and apeedy enre, whether the patient la a
inoderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck.
Thousands of drunkanla have been made
temporale men who have taken Gelden IBpu IBpu
cine in their colTne without their knowledge,
and Uwlay beltuve they null drlnklnif of their
own froewllL IT NKVKll rAHl. nrhe sys
tem ence Imprognaled with the Specific. It be
comes an utter ltnneaalblllty for the liquor
uppetlte te exist, for sole by
CI1A8. A. LOCUKil, DruRglst,
Ne. U KaatKIng Ulruet, LancuaUir, Pa.
kf L- PlntlKH, lir.iMAiei.
Particular attention Klven te fllllng
and pretervleg the natural teeth. I have all
the latest Improvements for doing; nlcu work
at u very reasonable coat, Having yeara of ex
perlunce In the large cities 1 am aure te glve
he beat of satisfaction and save you money,
best artlflelai tteth only laoe par 'set.
Ltaare-lyd We,MNOUlUyUKN ST.
--n i.iun 11111 tiny, nan nqnietniftnt anil I
efrrititna aleee. In a week I felt vreailr
neniter. In fhrea wceaa I could all up anil
.'l.lM...V0,l, ".roeni, and after tulna ale
MittlealwaA nut mii ua .a m i....ff....
JJKADINU aIceIuMBIA. K. R.
AHanKtnent of 1'Mientrnr Trains en, a4
aiur, SUMjaY.AIAY 13, 18S8.
Wt1HTfftv ft r
Lravn .. M
Klritf titrrcf, Lane 79)
tlDlckles ...,,.., 7 SO
Mnrlntta Junction , 7M
it.ATr,vn "l a. M.
Heading .,,,,. mj
SOUTH W AUD.
Ueaainn , 75;
1 ancai ter. .........
Rlnff Btrpet, Lane,
.... le-aj s, efi
Cuarryvlllnat 7.10a m.
KIiik fltn-et, Lane,, at 8.03 a. m., ana Its p. in,
Ueadtnr, 10.1i) a. m , and 1USS p. m.
HrnaiDK, at 7 ae a. m., and 4 p. m.
UeitSf0" ietk' Tl" aa "
At Columbia, wllh tralna te and from Yerk,
nnnover, uettyaburfr, rreiletlcK ana Bait?
frin,n,rc.!e:.J"ncl,en h-" te and
ner.1 Unhclm w,la trains te ana Irem Lens-
Atlancaster JtineUen. with train te and
from Lancaster. Qttarrj vl'le, nnd ChlelilM..
A.M. WILeON Huponnlendfint.
KHANON St liANCAHTEH
i LINK HA1LUOAU.
ArTungement of VaaaenRnr Trains en. and
alter, Semdat, Mat 13, l&W. .
Leave a.m. r. t
A.M P Mt
Kliiif otreot. Lane. 7.00
l.ftnmkafr T ny
Cornwall.. ,. 7.ra
JjOBVO A M.
Lebanon 7 11
Lanraatnr.. ......... 8'j;
Klmr Htmnt. Latin., s ra
r. mam. r w.
7.n n 10
8 15 8.40
A. M. WILSON, Hupt. 11. O
H.B.NK.rr,Bnpt C. It. It.
BCUKUULK.-In effeet Xrem June 11,
Trains Laura luaeAsm ana loeTenna rw
rlvettrhllndtUrtnlaas fellows t
I An outer,
l a. n.
Ma a Mall Train!
4:80 a. m.
100 a. as,
arast iMnsf .,,,,..,.
rraaenex Aceem ....
Harrtabnra Kxpresi 1
Lancaster Accem ai,
Ceinmhla Accem. ,,
Sunday if all.
mrf a tint n m hta
11:30 a m.
1:2s p. m.
tu p. te.
TM Lancaster Accommodation leaTM Har.
rUDnrat8:lep. nuand arrlyes at Laaeastsx
Tha Marutta AceommedaUon lecret oetatr
Dia at e:au a. m. ana reacnrai Marietta at stss.
Alse leaves Celnmbla at 11:48 a. n. ana ftts p.
u, lawiiini aaasii,ua aiia:ui ansa avow umkv
Marletu at im d. m. ana utItm at uelaml
a : 1 also, leaves at : ana arrlTas at rtai.
Tha Yerk AceommedAtlon leaTM MarMtlm
at r.m ana arnvea at jjaneMtsr at eem-
Tha rredsnea AoeommodaUon. wast, aim
neeun at Lancaatar with rastXlna. wtat,
at iu p. m.. wui ran thrtrash te Iteaartak.
Tha arrederlek AceommedaUon, aaat, intn
Columbia at l-JBnd reactaM Ine6sle at UM
p. TO, .
liarrlaburg Accommodation west conneets
atOelunibU let erlc
Hanover AoeouiuuuaUon, Cast, leaves Oel
nmbla at 4:10 p.m. Arrives at Xaneastar at
4 ui p. m., connecting with Day jTzpraas.
Hanover Accommodation, west,tSBS0tJnr
at Lanoaster wllb Niagara Kxpress at MO a.
nu, will rnn thrnnsh tnllaniwar, dally, arxtwik'
"nr day 1 alto connects at Columbia for flat
iraai Line, wear, ea Sunday, wfcea sUanM
Will step at I)ownlnguwn,Oeat ma1 rarkaa
bnrg. Mk Joy.Kllsabethtawnanaaaldaietown.
tiaauniy uminswnien ran eaiiy. unsaaai
the Mall train wat runs by way of UelnmbU
.ft It, WOOD. Ueneral Fassenger Asrat
CHAB. m. PUUfl Heneral Manager.
W1NHH AND LIQUORS.
-t -":: ' 1
"T, fcCTEA: EH
"OUR OWN BRAND"
rOH BALK BY
H. E. SLAYMAKER.
Ne. 20 East King Etroet,
piK.NTKAL MACfllNE WOBKa
Central Machine Works,
W. r. CUMMIX0S, rreprlcUr,
UKANT AND emUSTIAN ISTaTCETS,
(ilter July 1st, at 143 North Christian ntreet,,
BIIArrlNCB, rULLKYS, HAN0K13, Jte.
1BONAND 1IUASS CABT1NUB,
W'OOU AND U1TAL PATTKUN8 of Beit
Largest and Pest Stock in Lancaiter of Cast
Iren and Malleable linings, llruia and Iren
Nalvea and Cooka, steam Uaugrs. Batety
Valves. Try CecWs, Water Oanges.Uaie Valves,
Luiirlcatera, and eteam Uoeda In general,
j)4T-Uepatrlnit promptly done, l-ecendhsnd
Knglnca, Heller and Machinery Bought and
UKASONABLK CUAUQKS. PUOMITNKS.
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