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THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORN IMG, SEPTEMBER 20, 1894.
Visitors Invited. Come and see the display, it will be an hour well spent. B. HEYMAN FURNITURE 00. Wholesale and Retail, ORIENTAL SPLENDOR, Picturesque Ceremony of Install ing an Oriental Ruler. An Interesting Description of the En thronement of the Maharaja .of Eolhapnr An Event Ever to Be Remembered. All Kolhapur had put on holiday dress to grace this occasion. Two hundred mounted soldiers had been sent from Bombay, and white tents made a pretty sight in camp where the English guests were entertained. For three nights the streets were illumi nated, banners were flying, innumera ble tapers twinkled from the English residency, the town hall, and the palace, outlining the buildings in light against the sky. By night and day, says the Chicago Tribune, the streets were crowded with people who had come miles and miles from the outlying dis tricts to witness the festivities. Within the palace our western eyes were greeted by a scene unique in its oriental splendor. Imagine the interior of a spacious building newly decorated in white, and gold mirrors at either end, flowers adorning walls and niches; overlooking the main floor or Darbar hall, a lofty gallery where the four ladies of our party with those of the English missionary societies and Lady Harris had excellent seats. Below were seated over two hundred native chiefs in their richest regalia; robes of finest texture in white or scarlet, glit tering with gems, turbans in purple, white, scarlet, green or pink, presented a brilliant array of color. At the end of the hall, upon a dais, stood the elegant carved sofa of rich gold brocade which constituted the gadi, or throne. Behind it were stand ing, like statues, four chief servants of the king, in their long red gowns se cured at the waist by elaborate girdles, each holding his long gilt wand sur mounted with feathers. At either side of the gadi were two ancient retainers of the household bearing heavy maces of gold. As the hour of the installation ap proaches the crowds ouside lining the roadway become more excited, till finally a shout from the people anounces the arrival of the royal equipage. Servants spread a bright crimson cloth for a carpet from the steps to the hall, and, preceded by the political agents, the future king entered, led by the hand of Lord Harris, governor of the Bombay presi dency. The dress of an English courtier, including white silk stock ings, silver buckles and white knee breeches, with the gold-embroidered . coat, had all the charm of novelty to one fresh from democratic America. I think it will amuse you to' note that his highness wore good English leather boots. His robe was of scarlet cloth bordered with gold braid; he wore a ponderous, many-folded turban of the same color, nearly square in shape. This heavy headdress was ornamented with gold work and at one corner with abroocn of mammotn pearls; it was secured by a cord passing under his left ear. Of course, you know, no Hindu removes his turban indoors. About his neck were a dozen rows of costly pearls, lower came three of diamonds, while reaching to his waist was a rope of gems. Under his arm he carried a dhotar or scarf of cloth-of-gold. The dhotar of common cloth or muslin is used by all classes worn about the neck or shoulders. The ceremony consisted of a speech in English by the governor, the trans lation in Marathi by the state secre tary; a response in good English by the Maharaja, an address by the Diwan relinquishing the administration of government, and then Lord Harris led his highness to the longyvacant gadi, and, seating him there, pronounced Shahu Chhatrapati Maharaja of the state of Kolhapur, while the air of , "God Save the Jueen" pealed from the band, a salute of nineteen guns was fired, and a glad cry went up from ten thousand throats. Following the installation came pre sentation of gifts, a richly bejewelled sword with Damascus blade, costing three , thousand rupees, rare fabrics on gold trays. Then garlands of flowers were thrown about the neck of the rajah, one placed on each arm, and a boquet of tuberoses in his hands. Gar lands and drops of attar of rose were lavished on all present, including our NEVER IN the history of Arizona has such a stock been placed before you in styles and effect, and at such tempting prices that you will find it almost impossible to resist buying the latest nov elties in all our departments arriring daily. gentlemen missionaries, and with the giving of pansupari, a native decoc tion of betelnut, the assemblage broke up. We ladies were pleased to be invited into the apartments of the ranis, or queens, where, in a reception-room of the palace, fitted up with the luxury of a Fifth avenue mansion, we saw, and the Marathi-speaking ladies talked with four generations of queens, from the great-grandmother, not apparently over eighty years, down to the pretty, fair mother of the tiny baby princess of two months in the arms of its English nurse. All these women had seen nothing of the festivities save behind purdahs, which veiled their beauty and hid their rare jewels from the mascu line gaze. Before we left the wife of the maharaja herself sprinkled upon us precious odor from a dainty gold vessel. She is probably sixteen years old, and was married three years ago, this fact showing a tendency against infant marriages in India, at least among the higher classes. The king is a good-looking, well-de veloped man, with not very dark skin, above medium height and weight, fond of riding and rifle practice. He is said to be amiable and well-disposed toward the people. A MISTAKEN GHOST. It Did the Appearance Act All Bight, But Made m Miscalculation. "Some people are always having pre sentiments," said a Cincinnati man re cently, "and I always make it a point to steer clear of such uncanny folks. I never had but one, and as that ended in nothing at all, I am always ready to tell it to people when I hear them talk ing about their superstitions. One hot summer afternoon I went to my room to lie down. I had no disposition to sleep, and in fact was never wider awake in my life. The rest of the family were all in a distant part of the house. As I lay there alone, trying to cool off, there suddenly -appeared at the open door an object that seemed like my idea of what the angel of death would be. It approached the bed on which I lay, and placing two arrows crosswise over my heart, said in a hollow, but perfectly audible voice: 'I will not take you now, I will call for you September 20.' Then it disappeared as suddenly as it came. I arose from the bed with great beads of perspiration running down my face, and must confess that I was thorough ly scared, but I had sense enough not to relate my experience to any of the family until after the day set by the object of my taking off. It so hap pened that on September 20 I was a passenger on a Mississippi river steam boat, and I freely acknowledge that I felt a good deal shaky until the day was numbered among the things of the past. Years have passed since then, and here I am a pretty lively specimen yet. What was the appari tion? I am sure I don't know, and have long since given up trying to ex plain it. Don't try to tell me that it was a dream, for I was as wide awake at the time as I am at this minute; be sides I have the arrows that were laid across my breast securely locked up in a trunk at home." St. Louis Globe Democrat. Still on the Treat. The queen glanced haughtily about her. ' "What, ho," she cried, "where tar rieth my lord?" "Your highness," answered the chamberlain, bowing low, "his majes ty is in the throne room treating with the foreign ambassadors." The royal consort sneered. "Treating, forsooth," she said, wearily, "and after all the money it cost mm to take the gold cure." To ledo Blade. Ye Editor Gets Funny. From the Plunkville Bugle: "Si Weatherwax, while playing ball on the commons the other day, the ball hit him in the ear, causing great fun for the boys. We understand that Si is going to town next Saturday to see an M. D. and have the ball extracted from his ear, as the owner threatens to have him brought before the 'squire if his property is not returned."- ,Jn dianapolis Journal. In Persia the women of fashion paint black circles around each eye and orna ment the cheeks with figures of various small animals, bugs, etc. 5opuiar Wants. RELlABLb your .. 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