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WANTED—MALE HELP t
TP.TffPh
anted—voim upholsterers, uy a. l.
» CROCKET, Vi Eaat Msdlmn-sE _____
T«r ANTED-NIM: UPHOLSTERERS. Wir.l. PAY
V T him ||iuii-<t wage* and elm atrad* otnpluyrannl, Ap*
jIyIoCOEHV A WHITS Uli and2ll* Slnte-st.
WANTED -ONI’ FIURT.CI.AKS SMITH TO. WORK
on platform *p?lng-wagi n work. Call at the repos*
Itoryol till.iW CntrlagnCompany, 918 Wabash-av,
“WANTED—A GOOD PRACTICAL EMIINRRUj
V> onn who thoroughly underaramla running an angina
and «tram-hoatlng apparatus, andean come well rrc>»n
im ndnl for capacity, lallhfulnea*. and hnneat*. Address,
giving name and reference*, rthunnoffleo. __
wanr k iV-fiiinTi^ - eat inot s, on bowen-av.,
\> b-iwcon Langley and Vincennes, Immediately. «E
1,. MrKEKVKU,
\V ANTED- 2,1 CARPK.NTKRS AT CORNER OP
V? Osklcy and Walnut-*!*.
lI’*ANTED~A'GDOD CUTTER TO fib TO THE
\r country: mn*t be willing to raw. Apply Irom II to
I o'clock to PiKl.l>. BENEDICT A CO., corner Wa
tmli-s*. and Maditon-et.
ifiin-ft*. ant, __ __
i\mntkd-onb‘good“MAN”COOK AND POUR
II dining-room girls. Apply Immediately at llncbnnne
llonn*, Jvand W Randolph. it.
At;anted-two coat-makers to go into
»V Uia country? steady employment lor goodmon.
Ajiply at Clement. Morton A Co.'e, corner Siatoand
Madison-els., at3p. tn. to-day.
Conohmm. Tonmarors.
\\TANTKD-COACHMAN-A MAN WHO THOR.
>V nimbly understands taking caro of boMionso plants,
■od withes lo make himself generally useful about lh»
house. Apply at PI Calmnot-ar. »
Emplortnont Accno'o*.
ITPANTCD -15 RAILROAD LABORERS, 10
>V iannhamli. K. F. CUitIaTIAN, 1 Month Clark
at. Room 1.
WHaonlifiTioatiw-
WANTRD-A YOUNG MAN TO TAKR CHAROTS
VV of alight business. capital required. Call at
odoo. H.'iGlark-st.. Room W.
U’ ANTED—SIKN CIF OENTEEf. AIMmTaRANOIC
Lira permanent mnnay-’naktngbuilnes*; sro can
•how an ca«y plan that wilt tml ♦;«* week.and are willing
to solid ijl tatnple* to anr person that will prepay their
lettor asking fur particulars: no streel-ialkers, poildlors,
oor boys wanted. RAY A CO., Chicago, 1M East Ran
doipb-st.. Room 19. ___ _
WANrnn-MEN fo take agents; ouibK.
Tell* who wauf «g*nt! andubai for. Ue«loc?tl to
10 coni* a year. JAMES P. SCO IT, Hearbornul.
WANT ED-.M ENKKE KING SOMETHING PROFIT
ftblo; mittl;as2io4‘i*»; glv«‘i ilrady crnjiloyiiiont.
Auiprlcan Noreliy Company, 113 i'.cct Jladlaon-ct.,
Room 13.
W' ANFED-MOBE LABORERS FOR SECTION
II worklulowa. fg-arolhls morning at lOoVb>ck. Bring
baypago and came to 2i'A Randolph-et., land Utook. true
fare.
WANTED—riJbIAGi: HELP.
Domostte*!.
Y\f ANTPD—A CTRL TO DO OENF.RAL HOUSE*
T> woiklna small famlty: good wage!. Mud hu»o
ffr»c-cfa»» rcfcrunces. 313 South Pcoria-iU, corner of
W’ ANTED-A SECOND GIIIL. APPLY TO-DAY
•t I3<J Ncitlh Ucarbonvit.
COMPETENT KWBDROR NOUWIf.
Kian rlrl tor Rcnoral liuuaowork. Call at IJU Mlchl
can-nv., r-MtinUj murntOß.
\V ANTED-TWO SMAlir, TIDY, UKSI'ECTABI.K
>? Scnmiliiaiiin or German nltl*; one lor ireneral
hourowork, »!».• oibor for our«*;fir». family of ttuao per
rons. UrlDs roloionce* to li Awnlpen-it._
\»fANTED—A GOOD^'COMPETE NT OXItTi i'OU
t I tmneral homework In a smalt family where thoro are
no children. Good ndorcncna rrqnlrrrt. Gcntmn, Nor
wegian or Swede preferred. Call I'orty-e-cnmJ-M. and
i-iugler-ar., corner lmu*o. Tako Cottage Groro cars.
\V r ANTr.D-A‘r.lUL' ibu GH.NiiilAl/ lIOUSItI
Vi mirk;mint ba n gnoilcook, washer, and Irunor IW3
Jiouth Pera-ar.
W^ANTED—A (Ull)D OKliytAN r Oil DANISH OlltL
V i to pooh. waali, ami Iron. < lootl raforouco* required.
Inquire m.ThV West lUii'lnlph-sl,
■\V’ AMEI)-A PKOTESTANT GIULTO 1)0 (iKSfZ
VI er.it housework in a Uidllj «! tlirva at Irvioi; i’ork.
No objections In a mlddlo-ared colored woman. Call
Ujreo W. H, UOIiSO.N, D< Fifih*rvr.
WANTKD^r (llitr.'rirbo sibONIMVOUK AND
take c.iro of a child 2 yeurauld. Apply at 3£lWoit
Watbiucton-ti.
\V ANTED—A NEAT. TIDY GIRL TO WAITON
tt table and assist at ntmimtnrk. U'U Ohlo-at.
Millinors.
WANTED-I.MMEDIATELY-A GOOD TRIMMER
to en Into tho country. D. A. HtWKS. 1U and
168 Wabasha*.
Se' , »nrtT , nf*sa»tn-
TIT ANTED—A SEAMSTRESS IN A PRIVATE PAM
»I lly: out that uadentar.iU taalOay children's clothes.
Dali at 4il Nortn Ucuburn-nt.
WANTED - GOOD PRACTICAL MACHINE
atlUibura. &3 Franklin-al., corner Lake.
Hnmres.
TTTANTKD-A GOOD NURSE GIRL AT ONCE.
>V Apply at IBVI Wabasli-av.
Lnnnttrosso't.
WANTED-A FIE,ST-CLASS BUNDLE IRONRR
at Km Adatna Him??, toot vt Laku-at. One who
tau take charge of laundry and mark tho ulotliaa.
Emplovmont Aconciea.
\\r ANTED - GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN
Vt girl* (nr private samllice. hotel*, laundrlu*. city and
tountry, at &lr«. UUHKK'S olllue, bU Mtlwaukeo-av.
Ntirsos-
WANTED A PERSON TO TA ICR KNTirK
chantuof a child Dtotituld, whnro there are no oth
•rcbffilron. Country girl preferred. Address fur three
day* Mr*. PRICK. 191 Wnst J&ckson-st.
\V anted-agood”*sumse-gkoT to go with
V» a family Into the country (ortho summer. Refer
sncoe re<inlml. Artdr*»« N bf. Tribune office.
SITUATIONS WANTED—3xAEB.
Buolclrocnor*. Clerks. &c.
SITUATION WANTED-IN A SOUTH WATEIUST.
O tiou.u by mi" mt sirald nf Lard work or small pay.
AddressUl*. Tribune office. ____
S ITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, 2ft
yrait old. who baa bad considerable buxines* ex
pcrUuuv, a# bookkeeper or business correspondent; re
tUblw rolereneos will no given us p. character and .jualltt
aulluiu. Add. era N 81, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN OK
rartM bu-innss experience, not afraid fi» work, any
position wttrtru worth will bo appreciated and moderately
recompensed; will act aa bookkeeper, correrpundsnt,
stripping or any sort of clerking, i.lomuo or Htiporlutoud
eul of work*, etc. I.tty rutorenoox Al. Addroai fur
ana week, Y c. Trlbono olllce.
Trade*.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GOOD TINNER.
No objection to tho country. Address D St,' Tribune
SITUATION WANTED IN WINDOW-GLAXS
waruhuu*" as cutter and sutler: niporteuco of ion
ream lu glass factories. Addrsxe for tbruo days, stating
wages, etc., O «7, Tribune otnua.
S~ rrUATION "WANTED—TO WATCHMAKERS— BY
a young man Id ream at the trade: luaroed the trade
lu Scotland. Address VtJ, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A MAUUIKO MAN
O (English) as bread and cake baker; threo year*’ good
reference; country preferred. Address UAKF.iI, £NI
rwenly-llrat»st., Chicago.
Cnachmctt. Tontnntnre. «5:o.
Cituatjon wanted—by a young man as
3 cnacbmaa: of sober aud steady hsbiu: can utilkand
itTollravclasa rofnretico. Address 1* 13, Tribuneothce.
Allan oil*\nof»n*.
SITUATION WANT KD—THE JANITORKHIP OP A
O buddiriK: also looms and othccs cared (or by a person
who baa been a long time In thn business. Cal) or ad
diets, (or unowuck, J. 0. JiRAUUK, Ua East Madiion
• t., lloou lt3.
CnU.CriON WANTED—A COMMEROUI. OKN-
O tlemau Iburoitghly acttualnteil with tho guurral trade
e( Califurnta wants lu make arrangement* with mor
tiianti hero to solicit orders and aell g.*>tla irom samples.
Beat references glren. Address X 3, Tribune office.
CIfUATION WANTED—UY*A COSIPKTKNT'MAN
O to takocliargn of a aashaod door factory; no objoo
tbmtn go to the cuantry. AddreiuTkffi Tribnnn office.
SITUATIONS WANTED—F£idALE
Domestics.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
O girl to doaecaud-wnrk, or would aniit * lady to do
littuiTy tewing aud help Uko earn of ohllddrcu; beet ref
eroncet girun. Apply any day bufutu May 1, at 819
Ai.enlecu.et.
SITUATIONa WANTED-BY TWO SWEDISH
girls, sisters, to do kitchen nr np italrs work In prl
sste call at tiCJlluo Isliml-ar.
► j oud-wotk In a prtiale family on (South hide; can glee
bust of reference: naio berm lour years la one place. Ad
dress or call at g79Mlcbigamtr. to-day.
SITUATION WASNkb-IIY A FIRST-CLASH COOK;
O will do housework In private family: relerencce a Iren.
PUsiscsllatSl Boat FourWootb-st., between V.abaah
and Allcblgao-avi.
SITUATION WANTED—TO COOK. WASH, AND
Iron la a private family. Apply at U Arcner-ar.
Employment A*roat*.
Situations wantau-ladikr in want of
lint-clan female help can ho milled on abort notice by
ipplyluq to Mn>J. LAPiUHK, sg Weil 31aiiUi>u-it.
OITUATIONH VVANT'KD-laj
Onow ready la fill •Ituitiim* lor puncral homework, ico«
und work, bold cook*. nurM<i. waiucuci. tie. Apply at
NonbweeUra Employment Agency, 7l tiuutb Bang*
icon-u.
CtTUATIONH WANTED—LADIES IN WANT OF
O ilm-claia femtlu help of any nation lulled ai once,
rieate call at Mr*. hAKKU’s, 41 Fourteenth-et., bo*
tweaa Wabath and Mjculyan-av.
rdmniiiißDßOua.
SITUATION WANTKD-UY A YOUNU LADY AR
clerk tu a book-more; ha* ban three year*' and a ball
wiperieace in Ibe buaiuui. Adurcsa E XT. Tribune of
floe.
MUSICAL..
AN KSPF.OIAL CHANCE—A BRAN NKW AND
very elegant rowiwuod 7)»octa»c» plttsohme, wllii
KraOe attachment. uvorvtrong has*, I-toucUureud ac«
>u, tve.r aoaie, round corr.cri, heavy molding*, richly*
.-aivcd lose and lyre, eploadld tunc: macu7*cuir«r , t price,
CUO: foriate, witoitool and cover, pr*onifebJ. Toe In
niruicom was taken la trade, aod la warranted In every
BMP AND~UMBAIȣhTrTIUfNM6IIdISoN CABL
u.i Oruam übuloiaio and retail at (acloryi price,
.-a *nd upward. NICHOLSON OUOAN COMPANY,
6i liait Inulana-ai.
li'OU BVU’.-A MAONJFIOKNT 7\i OOTAVK
1? puuo. uuntcbloM iu tone end boiah, fully warranted,
at 3fcl Uak-il., aait ul lltub, _
VfAUTIN UAB lIKUOVEi) JII3
BABOAISH IN BLEOATfT PIANOS
VKOM Ah AitCfUli.vN AV. TO
C 73 WABAMi-AN., NoKTijMJfc soUKTKhNTII-ST.
FOR HALit-fIANDIohGAN-ONLY «:5 : CftST
iiiO. t»pay u.u.ti advauvAl on it: aliualarge maaio*
Uii? J. W. Tlttmv. •.»! lUlviml-.t.
INSrRDCTiOK.
•a iIyThISH SH AVi'h «irM|NAUV W ILL MB Uli
iNi moved to SOI WMlLlrain.. iovlb'r acomuj-da
sritfiaWi: TTsa&MSfd
IMM >ehuM.
BUSINESS CHANCES. _
OiTaNOK SELDOM OFFERED—'VIIK ADVER*
llJcr winU !»!.?«(<»>» f ' r \ 1 '* nf
ro m til a tin r t he* »’c uri nit ■>( obtain pecuniary aldalroapy
SiM.ned.udln pn “n t bring Itgalltfd. toward! tin
conit ruction of an important coal railroad, from the
hnibiinr of which the timtlu to Iho adrortllor will l.a
•neli {hat ho can afford to atilgn an Interest to tins lender
ofaboco amount- that nil! net tno lender at lea«lSl\iie
ti«i. rf( , r md iho #I,J.-ti hi* retnrnml In Anson ncM.
IVrtlri answering limit ho well known and able lo take
if,l,Tn"t"klh.r.Hl»Jh.m«tl«r. Adilr... lull.-
KOAUCONTItACrOK. Tribune office.
i T BLOOMINGTON, ILL., HOOK STORE VOU
A a.ic, on r< o>l term. Only one oilier book stornln
Ihetihc*. Population CD.Otd. The licit located and tbo
ImM tilled noeitihltshniont In tUo city: tltuated between
the Pon-Othce and Opera-Uouso, In the samo bird:.
Il*arvi. Impaired health. Address S. (i. .MINER,
llloimilOßbni. 111.
"l BAKGAIN-A MANUFACTURING BUSINESS
J\. pajlng a good proilt. located tn thla city. wlf;i
machinery. buildings, and leaseof lot, lor aalo or ex*
cliatite. To one meaning buainooi tills 1* a rar« rhanej.
Satisfactory reasons givou for soiling. GEO. FOIIEES
TEK. Hoorn T.i Metropolitan Block.
iUITCIIKRRIIOiVWITin-'IX iTnrps' TO RENT
cheap. I*. W. BPUINOHII, IV. LaSalle-«E, base*
tsicnl. _ _ ...
Aw eel- iurn isi i f.d'as’ in k, iiEnn,'and (m.u
lard saloon, wttU two billiard and a new p ■..M.ible,
for sale. Inquire at W and JJ West Aladlson it., basement.
a tiobn'i.bbAfEb oßoop.uv stjiur-: for
A sale. 1J« KailTwolfth-at., on account of departure.
Apply In the store.
I 'VERY VAT.Um.R COAL MlNE’l ro i l HM*F, OR
y\ eirhango In perfect running order, doing a good
business: will take part ea«h. balance la Chicago proper*
ty. Apply to 11. J. GOUimiCll, Dearborn*it.
\ OROOKRY STORE, WITH FIXTURES, TO
A lint cutnii. r.w. hPlll.S-UI'.II, IUUSiiImI.,
hieemenl.
i.jiomviik,
7VRUO -
U Muck good and Ir-sti; centrally le.etioi and doing «
gm.d bu-lnoss, .t'oa'o'lni county seal 10J mile* from Lnd*
cagouut: II Jr »}. R. U. hattsfaetnry reasons (or sell
ing. AddntM T •H l _Trlbuno_«itHce.
i\iTrn'sT')RE for male at grand iiAPfns,
I ) Mich. Inc iilr* Of MHEI’I’ARD t 11AZLE10N.
AVlndesalo Drugciil*. Grand Rapids.
lAOIt BAHBEHH-Ftlii ti’AND
U batli-romiis In a hotel near Chicago. N.lll.rtll cheap
for cash a* ho It cMtig out of the business. ('irt bor
particulars iu.t.Jlr# »( oraddrot! TUOi. K. GILMORE.
17J West .Madison st.
; n Cl*l .H -UU3l.il 51. -
• 111 ’ ITS AN D~ CONFIt CTlt>N it ft Y STORK TOR
•ilr. at -19 Kait t'klragn-av: good bargain nttored a»
cnwunrwill rotlro fromlimlnei*.
nr.TKit’maes' a'co/s meat .market for
1. Mle. 132 Wml Thirtcswthit., corner Looml*. Ono
of the best location* In tbo city. ______
rriiK ONLY photoguaph'galleuy in a man-
I nfieturlug town of n,00» inhabitanti for ia!c, ehn»p.
1 renat »cll on account of my health. Addro** Ell ARLES
ZLM.MERMANN. Harrlnclon. tfeok l.’imnly, 111.
01 «*/' Mf tiado. Mock, atid fi.tlnro* of jubaccn h.m*e,
v-hnb-.»1« and r.'t*il, and a p.-Mnnal lnrrtfjgatl.ni
gr.mto<l. I.joM;don Cunrt-lionfa Square. »oan.w«n
I'icontUrcd except tlioae meaning biulLOM. AddrertN
<3. Tribune nl.tcn.
TO EXCHANGE.
1> RAL IWTATK I-XJ 1C KXCHANOR-\VK WISH TO
iV nchatigeiJKO.tyilwntthnf Umber and coal land* In
West Virginia l»r good Improved or uainit'rnTOil real
rn aid In thl« cll y! will pay part In cash. This laud Is
nil outered wbh heavy whiuswood aurt while oak limner,
nod undorKld wl*h from otio to lira rains ol coal.and oon*
Ululns in tunny r'acos m >to than 20 (net In thickness.
Tnoorlhro? thousand acres on Iho lino of llio Chess*
ivnlto A Ohio Kallroatl. Thnosk timber used by ton Cita*
I nil I’aeltlo lUHrusd of California-is shipped from this
l-umnllato uelshh'ith.Kid, bclnc carried by radm-id to
Ulcuniuncl, and Irom thence by vessel around tho Horn to
bun 1-raacUuu. .Slatesr.ro also shipped in latco cin.Mitl*
tl.vi to various European marknla at large |irohta. <Ut.it
abtindiuc.tof Iron ore Is also found thereof a Tory eupo*
riornualbr- iufih**rn.ir'lc«lr,rs, ndilrera _
* tsPKUUV, KITCIIIH A CO., Tallmadtje. 0..
Or Inquireof WIMjIaMM. Di'.l l ..
Corner Franklin and Adams-sls. _
rno"rXCIIANOK- FOU Kt'UITV IN’ OOOt) HOUSK
L and 10l worMtttfi»,i |, *lio SIS.P.'O, or will pay mmo cash
in rdjnit.n, a “.story llothlo Imuse, well built and Sin*
ished. tilth lot iwriJU foot, at Utters Ido. about llirov toln
uiijV walk (mm dspot. FKtl) L. I-AKh.4 CO.. 68
\Vashltuton*\t. _ _
r lUILXCII ANTiIC—SOUTH SinH-'ONI'OUTWO FINE
.L tl-rtcry liaiemmt brick htm.tr*. clnponfrnntr. modem
c'«avr nltnc?*! l , ready lor occupancy, with or without tarn*,
nttutM on Bowen-ar., between Lauglny and Vlnccunca
#»». _,J. 1.. McKUKVEII, IM WaJhlnition-sl.jJlooro 13._
rpo'"' nxcuvNOK-four vai.ijadi.i: kansar
X lama lor rlty or suburban priperty. Ton acr*s near
city for aalo at hall-prlce. W. P. AV RUB, 77 Clark-it.
rpu PX Cl IA Xlsl KKSIDR NII E ON MIOHIOAN-
X nr., iio«rThlriy*llt( , ;-M., no incumbrance: btuau In
?ood nnlor; bar evorv convenience, lane barn, etc.
V'uuliltake ndytlrabtuln*, onoitopf th«iavenue*lni'«ft
payment. UEO. 11. i T. F. ANDREWS, IWJ Waah-
Inalon-al.
rpo EXCHANGE—IO ACRKB.BKb.Ww.i».OXC\,n'
X AV. it- U., will ftron hit main; Uiplunalu lor aaub*
(lirlalon, HAIR. JT4 l.aSallo-«.
rpo nxCUANOK-KCjUITy OK IN~HOIisU
X nml lot. ICfb Imllana-av.. for lolanrhomo nmi lo: on
North Mdo or LaJwVlow, K. D. COIAJAN. Jr., lloow »
Honoro Block. _
fpb' KXU IIA NOK- FO U R BABCOCK EXTINGUISH;
X et«, lor Rmcorlca, hardware, or clothing. Addnael
W, Trtuauo otßco.__
rp iTi-: xcuant i i: - fun equity in •house and
X lot In Rood neighborhood. n 3-ttory Oolhic Iraino
home, wl'h lot lfnr2» leet, nr Rlvirdd.*. near depot, all
drat. FRED ].. FAKE X CO., to Wadtilnjr«n*»t.
I\T ANTED—TO EXCItANOI{—BUILDEUS|" IIMIU.
Vt uram lor brick, lumber, or lime. Addreia W 65,Trib-
une office. _
lir'ANTKD-TO KXCJ'ANGK-SMALL IMPROVED
Vt f.irmm i«»ra and toir:i Inf In LxiincllEluifa lor
ftrit-clus diMtllltiii-h.iiiM on MkhlfMUav., bclwooo
T«t«ili:h and Ti*enlj*soo.»nil-st*„ or In row! location.
North side, .lUII.S TYRRELL. 83 Ktare-at.
TIfANTED—GOOD lIUIU)fVG LUTS. CLEAR. TOR
V* u ulrmt of imiirotml buslncce nroperty; equity,
1...L HIT/., fcl Dearl>orn-»t., Room'd..
BiISCELLANEOUS.
AU, GASIU'AIb FORCAST-OFF clothing and
itihrrll.tn'm’K goodvuf all kind*, by sending a loiter
KiJOAAS OKLUI'.U’ii Loan-Office, ftfl Mal«-st.
i >V ON?: HAVING A DIAMOND TO PELL
cheaply, may Hnd ao-ah buyer at 7ii Mlcblgan-av.
Anply between - and 4 o’clock.
"i EINFM’TTTINO PAIR OF KID GLOVED IS A
JV luxury. You can do mltcd by our titters, ni:b a
warranty nut to rip, from $1.23 up. Parii Glove Store,‘9l
swt*-»t. ,
DRIVINaCLOVES-BEST MAKES OF ENGLISH
aud Fiench streot and drlvlng-glovcx, at bottom
l>rices acid warranted. Karla Gluvo Store, SI State-at.
i;iii.u;;oN’H“cup and file for office
I j pannn, and Emerson’* Binder for music and all
ncrludleal-. the fanner for buxknoxamen and thu latter
[or everybody. Gold lettering, eyeleting, etc., neatly
•one. JNO. H. BARRETT ft CO., Bookbinders, lid
-.latest.
INKANTS’, OlilLDllKN’H, AND MIMSES’ KIIT
L gloves. lit white, blue, colored, ana black, lu one ami
two buttons, from 8u cents to if I.to. Faria Glove Store, W
.SlAto-st. ■
IJATKNT.S PROCURED, SOLD. OH TRADI'D, AT
J. the old-osiablUlied patent office of IHUMAN ft
LICIIHOLTZ, IW4 South Uark-st.
STOCKS OK MERCHANDISE—PARTIES ABOUT
ruing Into bankruptcy or for other reasons wishing to
adl tftjlr business fur cash, can find a purchaser at a Mr
price: all communications coutidontial. Address N i'J,
Tribune office. _
rimiuiK Vvili. rt»: a grand opening this
L nveolngat BiH.Z’S new Billiard and Samplo-r x.in,
IM> Wc-t kiadlsun-at., sosen doon* sail of oil stand.
Como ami iru ns.’
\S' ANTED—STOCKS OK MKRCHaNDISK, DRV
it go.d«, hardware, boots aud shoos, or any other
goods, Parties in city or country who must gull business
or t> if it to reduce their stocks and will glte bargains lor
cash, may address F. O. Box 318, Chicago.
ANTED—STORAGE FOR KUiINITUUK OK to.
VV room bout-, Koum Hide, north of Twenty-second
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THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE: SATURDAY. APRIT. 2J, 1875-TWELVE PAGES.
A ROMANTIC MONARCH.
The Inner laii’c ol laonls ll*
of Bnvnrln.
His Oomicotion with Eiohard Wagnor,
tbo Oolobrated Composer.
“ The Magic of a Strong Soul
Over a "Weak One.”
Wagner’s Menial Peculiarities and
■ Pecuniary Extravagances.
Some ol the Eccentric Performances ol
iho Youthful Monarch.
A Kin? Wlio Should Ilnvo Boon
a Fiddler or Horu-
K. Tinlm in the Galaxy for May.
Tito moat oonaiJorablo event in the inner life
of Louta 11. of Havana baa boon hie connection
with Richard Wapucr. Tbo lllustriouß com
poser entered for a time in intimate relations,
in direct and daily communications, with Ilia
Majesty; and bo appears to have influenced
profoundly the youth, Rhone hitherto iudoclsiro
and unstable character nohdlflod by contact with
him, and thereafter ansumod shape and form.
With his romantic imagination, tho youth floated
between reason and extravagance; hut thanks
lo Wagner, whoso genius, certain men say, al
icady merges into madness, what was fantasy
became insanity, and his whims wore thereafter
provided with a logical system into which they
woio intrenched as in an impregnable fortress.
These two Individuals were presented to each
other by an artist who was known iu Germany
under tho poetical name of
CO.iIMA,
who bad already explained to tbo Kins the great
mission of tbo musician of tho future; bad in*
iliatodbim into tbo myHlorioaof biscrccd, ami bad
developed to bim bis abstruse theories. W’omust
explain that iliia ladj is tbo daughter of tbnt
great International hnrluhuvlu, tbo Abbo Liszt,
who was tbo Inventor of Wagner—hie powerful
and unwearied supporter—wbo played bim, In
terpreted bim, and indicted bim. In gratitude
for all tbceo services Wagner baa lately married
Mme. Cosima. Ho could not have given to her
sooner tbis public tceiimouial of bis gratitude,
not only because bo bimaelf was married, but
alao because sliowas tho legitimate wife of an
other celebrated pianist, llau« von Bulow. Fi
nally tlriu latter porsou was loft in tbo lurch ouo
dny, when ho allowed himself to express bis
doubts and a few observations.
■' “W'liat!” said she, “must I tell you that our
two youngest children cornu to uti from lliclmrd ?
W'bat! have you not suspected it before ? Sure
ly, you tiro too stupid, my dear, for rao to en
dure your society any longer! 1 have tbo honor
to present my respects."
And immediately
tmi: WEST TO HER FRIEND RICHARD
to toko tip her definite home. Cosirua, how
ovor. had been converted by her husband to tho
great Idea of Toutoniam. llor own brolbor-ln
law, Emile Olbvlor, a light-hearted man, aided
tbo Empresß to cant tho armies of Franco upon
Germany; bat she, Bniow, all tboir cotorio and
Wagner, who could not forgive the Parisians tbo
bud reception given to Tonubausor, used all
tbeir strength to impel tboir admirer, Louis 11.,
to cast tbo Bavarian army into the baiauco of
tbo battles. Wagner presented himself at once
as tbo rovoalor of tho great art and apostle of
Teutonism; lie po.'-ed as political and musical
Pontiff, prophet of tbo new era ; he announced
tho advent of " Fan-Qorraanlo" or "All-
Deutschland:" mingled poetry nod nationality;
the conciliation of tho divine right and tbo pop
ular right, intimate alliance of Cipearism and
Socialism, of democracy and royalty. Wagner
unrolled before tbo dazzled eyes of tbo worthy
young nun the perspective of an eminently
musical people realizing harmony in their cus
toms and laws. The formidable powers of me
chanics and capital would hereafter bo put to
theecnlco of music and justice. Tailing up,
after ids fashion, the apocalypse of Fourier, ho
pointed out to the romantio sovereign Germany
already transformed into an immense opera,
and the inhabitants of the whole world hasten
ing from tbo polos and the equator, across seas
and deserts, to contemplate the immense repre
sentations of tbo mythological Germanic Scan
dinavian, and the colossal iiguros of Wustan,
Loko. and Balder, Tbor and Tyr and tbo astound
ing pictures of Muspelbcim and Kaguaroeckr.
" lUCHABD WAO.snn,"
jiayu bla Hlaudard-boaror, MuloCf, 14 baa been the
precursor of tbo grand Gorman unity, tbo
prophet of tbo Germaine Lion, ihowarof 1870
and 1871 la tbo providential anil aublimo fact,
without which no could nevor have measured
tho true atotnro of tbo Titnit of music.
Truly thoro was need that wo obould have waited
from our lethargic aloop. Wo ooedod tuo emo
tion or these great days, in order to bo capable
of appreciating those virile and aublimo acccuts,
energetically Gorman. This thunder of tho can
non, the rattling of the musketry bis made for
us other nerves aud other cant. Those former
effeminate days aro uo more, and now llichard
Wagner refreshes our heart with the sounds of
his triumphant music, with the gigantic images
of his purely German dramas, in which tuoro Is
nothing French, nothing Italian—uo foreign col
oring : in which all comes from the inmost
mold of oar Gorman idiosyncrasy."
It was thou In quality of patriot, philosopher,
and reformer, os well us that of poet and artist,
that Wagner assumed so powerful an ascendancy
over tho young man •, "it was through tho magic
of a strong soul over a weak one," as Lnnoro
Gailgai haspioudiy said. "It was his right."
Wagner may have overstrained bis system. It
is said that ho Haverses art to end in caricature;
it is not for ua to judge. Uo is called violent,
biutal, overweening, ungrateful, mad with
pride. All that may bo { but with all his faults
be is a man, and Louis la only a poor hoy. The
contrast is striking between tho two characters.
AND KITCHEN
T3B LITTLE KINO,
who bad hitherto only been surrounded by
courtiers, chamberlains, lackeys, Ministers, and
parasites of every kind, was suddenly thrown
into intimate relations with a strop# personality
who bad fought a bard struggle for life, who
Pad measured umienU stop by stop with the ogrn
of misery, terrible devoutcr of men. Jticbard
Wagner, with ragged toots, with badly patched
pantaloons, had wandered in the streets through
tho mud, the cold uud rain; bud nought to pick
up in the brook some piece of broad for Ids wife.
In tho insurrection of Dresden, itieburd Wagner
had armed himself with a gun, and marched be
hind tho Communist Michel; lUcbard Wagner
had boon implicated In a plot to blow up tbo
King and bis lU>)ol paiaco, bis Court and bis
family all together. And now lUcbard Wagner
was seated on tho same canopy with another
King; ho discoursed, instructed, end the Prince
gathered his slightest words, batoning to him
with awestruck veneration! “Tho people com
prise the totality of thoso who havo common
needs with them. He who has no needs does not
tieloiig to tho people. That which makes man is
his inner vocation, and not his submission to
uutsiilo institutions which arq not founded on
Justice, And dually, since tho fall of tho Greeks
until o U r davs. the world has boon given over to
absolute egotism, hut will bo dohvord from it
through Communism.” What do you say to
sucli instruction for u Klug?
Tbio is not the placo to discuss tho srtisiio,
philosophical, and social theories of Richard
Wagner. Wo state only that his proud ana
trenchant speech exercised over the naive, well
{mentioned soul of tbo Jiltlo Prim * an auiboritv
despised bv (he herdof chambeiliim, and all
tho diplomats, covered with stars an i ! *ce, wtio
spoke to the sovereign only with a fu.. -I inch
na’iou ol tho back uud knees. They vit.o only
valstsi lUcbard Wagner
WAS A PEHBO.V.
nAO A f.MWII •
HU IniJaoiics was far from salutary! but amlab'o
villains and agreeable rakes would have 1m lft i
nuicU worse effect on him If thnv had taken hold i
of him. Unfortunately,Wucnor. the most head- i
stronger all the Wagncrlane, a being with an i
all-absorbing personality, could communicate i
Utllo but faults. With hit) powoiful pride ho ]
could impregnate bin disciples’ vanity. ond im- i
part his own obstinacy and tenacity, but ho could
not transfer his vlrof of conception, his power*
ful w*.rks, into that prettv, uoll-ciihirert head,
lie could easily inflate it «ith conceit, systematic
fanaticism, and dogmatic ipnotnnco, hut not with
his largo experience. The dlm-trimis maestro ex
cel* in trenchant assertions. In exclusive doc
trines. lie denies everything which does not
harmonize with Wagt.orirtiu, and insults people
i iuht and loft. Ills exclusive theories am much
relished hy his pupils 5 the mom one makes for
them science contracted, art narrow, the raoro
they fool at their ease. Wagner Initiated ins
voting friend into tho doctrine that tiio world
should he devoted to material labor and sordid
Interest; hnt that high above tho vile multitude
should soar tho free spirits, tho privileged indi
viduals. poets, painters, composers, a race di
vine ; an idea which tho young man swallowed
with avidity, for ho perceived in hi# soul sacred
thoughts. “I do not make verses ? It ta into I
cannot rhyme, hnt I feel poetry: lam a living
poem.” And tho German philosophy stepped in
confounding tho real and the actual, the object
ive and subjective. “If lam nut yol a genius,
I have tho spirit of genius; I am
a PoinsTiAi. nnsirsl
If I am not a blooming rose, I ant a rosebush,
or at least tho seed of a rosebush I I also am a
musician! I am a Wagner, for I am Wngno
rUn!" Tiio fact is that tiio pupil lias assimilated
a part at least of tho crotchets and extrava
gances of hla master. It is to the society of
Wagner that the young man owes his power of
concentrating his Ideas; ho is able to say “I;
ho has acquired solf-emiecionßU°ss. Before ho
was only a page; Wagner lias dubbed him che
valier, and made him tho emulator of Lohon
grin.
The momentary association of the musician of
the kings and tho king of tho musicians, this
temporary fraternization of tho subjective and
objective genius, was not salutary to poor >\ ag
nor, who, losing whatever good sense and mod
eration remained to him. exclaims in tho preface
of “Tristan and trisenlt," “It is for
tho public to show whether It bo worthy
to receive tho host and noblest that
art has over produced!" Ho wrote
liis own biography for lnc;t of Uniting on author
capable of writing it with ‘‘snlllciont piety.
Mozatt, Gluck, Beethoven, “tho musicians
worthy of being quoted," have no other value
than of having been the precursors of the Bis
marck of art, of tiio Martin Luther of the nine
teenth century. Ho tntois nil the world; ho
takes tho position of reformer not only of music,
but of painting, architecture, and oven of phil
osophy; bo will inotituto a social religion which
shall merge all nations into a omgio stain, which
will unite into one people tho Tongonsoa, the
Berliners, the Yankees, tho Chinese, ouu Bar
ramhns. , ,
Forgetful of having been poor, ho now in
ettrrnu enormous expenses, wasting money for
tho pleasure of squandering it—a frequent mal
ady among artists nod still more frequent in tho
doml-mondo. It soomod that bis faithful friends
were only too much honored at having to pay bis
notes and his truly exorbitant demands. In
vited bv tho King to reside in one of his cha
teaux, Wagner soon astonished bis host by the
MimriruciTV and HiNoci.Ar.tTr of ms demands.
Our eccentric triend required different hangings
according to tho seasons s green in spring, rod
in summer, yellow In autumn, blue m winter,
ilo took care to bo dressed sometimes in har
mony with, sometimes In contrast to tits apart- 1
moot. When apples ripened, ho "ns pleased to
have a gold damasu dressing-gown, with nance
carpets and canary draperies on the wall. Ho
always wears a headdress which ono calls on him
the “old Gorman JJaret."
And what n commotion when tho master de
cides to compose pome pieco which is to boar tho
Imprint of the lion’s claw. The great machines,
tho walkynos, nod the Rhein gold do not work
without difllcnlty. It is necessary to prepare
himself intellectually and physically by delicate
cares. Tho resources, tho comforts of a palace
Just suflico then to prepare our man.
Formerly, Buffon, In order to write tho ele
gant and majestic pages with which wo ate fa
miliar, was tastefully dressed with Quo lace on
his shirt frill and sleeves, and demanded noth
ing more. Lately, much less was uececsary to
Wagner himself In Paris, when it was only
through tho benevolence or Meyerbeer and tbs
pity of tbo editor. Maurice Kcblchingor, that be
found enough to eat. But then it was in IdlS ;
then Richard Wagner was a man to milter hun
ger, a m&u to seize a gun and shoot a King m
tho head, a man to compose “ Lohengrin.” To
day It is alt changed. To-day lys lofty and la
borious muse stirs only reluctantly from tbo
throne, bolstered with velvet and down, in
which she has been lulled asleep. In order to
make her stir her wings, tbo cross and banner
are needed; ami if that dues not snfilco, the
steam engines of 750 horse-power are harness
ed. What precautions, wh.-it exactions! The
master works only when plunged in a silence
ptofound afatho tomb; in on apartment whose
floors are covered with a double ami treble vel
vet carpet to deaden the noises without and
within. Finally, he needs to have all Ids sur
roundings
Blower.
IS fIAUMONT WITH TUP! SENTIMENTS
whlcb ho wishes to excite. It is also the tboorr
of a certain M. harbor, of Au, a facetious Indi
vidual who supplies tho nißufticieticy of his tal
ent with ehifCß and je-ts, to which fantastic
clothes, tm over-florid stylo, a tattooed face, win
a tolerable notoriety, which ho increases by pay*
int? scribblers to crayon insults against him on
all tho walls of Paris, This false original dins
his pen into ink of tho color of his phases. 'With
blue ink he writes tho namoH of tho Orleans
I’nucoa; with golden ink ho will extol tho vir
tues of Henry V.; with red ink ho virtuperatos
Itopnhllcans, or sprinkles tho corpse of u Com
munist fastonod updn tho post of a Batory. Wag
ner has reduced this child's play to a sys
tem. When he begins his work it is not
imlilciont that tho draperies of his room
should hatmonizo with tho colors ap
propriate to the season and temperature;
their designs and general aspect must bo m tho
desired gamut. It is indispensable that the
dressing-gown, silk pantaloons, embroidered
slippers, and tho rest of his costume, should as
sort with tho musical motif ; and to one bo
needs amaranth shades, elongated designs, to
another bluish tints witli rounded forms. Tho
true and exact combination is not found without
dilllcuUv, and tho satisfied muso then deigns to
descend upon earth from her seventh heaven.
Hat beware I if tho maestro should proceive that
his waistcoat makes snmo departure from the
mute symphony of lines and colors, tho inspira
tion disappears, tho irritated rouse resumes her
llight, acd disappears into celestial space ! The
world has lost a sublime page,
In proportion as tho sources of inspiration
run dry, Wagner holds as ’ more and moru
precious tho production which cost him so much
effort, so many conditions, cares, and mental
exertions ; ho presents them to tho world os
NO MANY HIDTLLISB UOOKB.
Hut tho publlo has another way of seeing and
fooling; it docs not stand on ceremony, and pre
fers, rightly or wiongly, tho works pioducod by
the strength of his life rather than tho painful
lucubrations of his old ago. Wsgnor protests
against this general bad taste which has even in
fected Teutony. Hu allUms seriously that If his
last productions aro but little appreciated, it Is
tho fault of the Jews; yes, of the Jews, whoare
leagued hi a vast conspiracy, tho accomplices to
which, m both worlds, obey the mysterious words
of command, "Hatred to tho Gorman Wagner!”
If tho inspiration ceases, if the stylo of our
composer degenerates, is certain comioisseuru
claim—wo ore neutral on this subject—if tbo
musical movement becomes paltry and confused,
as it Is said, in retaliation, bo becomes mure and
moro noisy—that is Incon testable—tho decora
tions becomo sumptuous, tho painted canvases
multiply, the machinists play a role of
increasing importance. It is even on
a question of architecture aud theatrical decora
tion that Itiohard Wagner and Louis II of Ha
vana, tho initiator and Initiated, have finally
quarreled. Thu musician dreamed of a “Pete
of Victory,” which would have cast Into shade
the solemnity of Berlin; he wished to illustrate
the triumph of the vigoroua Gorman race over
those wicked aud degenerate Latin people by a
grand artistic act. There was a question of ion
resenting his work of the " Cycle of the M
beluuga, with a truly imperial splendor, with
, UIiUCiIOOS I*o MP.
Visitors at Munich will rocallthe military school
of tho MaxltmUanoum, which surmounts tholsur.
All this quarter, with Us housed, villus, manu
factories. mills, and buildings, our composer
wished to raze to tho ground, and even to swoop
anav. to erect, in their place, an amphitheatre
holding at least 60,000 poisons; tho river would
have ilowed through tho scenes, and real ships
would have been seen navigating and lighting;
all the rest would have been in proportion.
" Hurely tho * Cycle of the Nlbohiuir#' deserves
, that miracles should be jicrfonued in order that
it should bo loproseuted in a manner truly
wort by of him,” exclaimed tho Merloil already
1 quoted. "To-day, when our united aud loyal
Germany gtihois around the German standard,
, we should celebrate also tbs resurrection of the
gloat national drama, aud enjoy tbo most giori
-1 ous triumph recorded iu the annais of music,
i For the ‘ Cycle of tbs Nibelungs,* this gigantic
. tank, tho iucrodiblo aud tho Impossible must bo
■ realized. What mutters the cost
To these who wore to pay, tho price was of
consequence, however. On this occuirouco tho
i King, usually ao fantastic, had the good sense to
comprehend tlml the Bavarian Chambers would
not bn willing to defray the expenses of this
comedy, ami he di<luo: enro to ruin his phui
doted domain with appropriation!*, trombone*,
mid old tirrmnn cauvah painting. Although lus
prlvnlo fortune was very cmiAidorablo, ho had
already pcicolvod (hat tho rolo of* H.irdanapaius,
which had boon assigned to him, way beyond hie
moans.
Ho excused himself then to tho whimsical
mnstor, who wna very angry to Imvo in fall hack
upon A plan Incomparably lent) cosily. Thov
were to orcct on tho plain of Bnlroulh n relative
ly modopt national theatre. which was to coat
only 1,200,000 francs. public tmb-
Hcrintioiiß, and issued tickets at francs,
each ono of which was to plvo tho rlpht to a com
plote nudltorv of tho famous Wsgtinilau trilogy,
which was Ur last not less than twelve couaecu
tlvo nights. Thin foto of genius and of victory
wah announced for tho month of August, 1874.
Alasl August, 1871, has passed without tho
world's having aeon this fete of victory and
gonitis. On tho plaina of IJalronlh rlao scaf
foldings, tho skeleton of a building: tho great
work of tho theatre is nearly finished, It is said,
but they
HAVE NOT iIONF.7 BNOOOIt
for the Interior arrangements, Hoorn, and deco
rations, and tho total of tho nubile subscrip
tions. Increased by those of tho King of Bavaria
and tho Khcdivo of Kgvpt, have scarcely fur
ntnhcd tho first third of tho sum declared neces
sary. In Hpilo of the roltorntcd appeals of tbo
master, to which the faithful have lately re
sponded with moro alacrity, they havo not ruc
eroded in collecting this trlllo of eight or nino
hundred thousand francs. It is to bo foarod
time the world and Germany remains definitely
deprived, tbo first of lids foto of genius, which
was promised to it, (ho second of this other and
now foto of victory.
Thus terminates, not without mutual recrim
inations. tills curious episode in tho history of
m t and politics of tho nhiotcomli century; thus
ends tho friendship between tbo romantic King
and tbo Titan of music, between whom there
subsists now no other than tinancial relations,
Tho Princo has bought the imprint and tho pro
prlolorshlp of nil the musical works which Wag
ner may publish, on condition of furnishing
him. during his lifetime, witli an annual income
of 20,000 Hanes. “It is not dear," tho Wagnc
rians say; “the Kingjian tho host of tho bar
gain." Wo know nothing about it.
Wagner was, therefore, dismissed, hut ho had
already accomplished his task of instructor : ho
had initiated into his doctrines tho young King,
who
PRACTICES NOW A KIND OF WAOSTRIBM,
who Uvea ucooiding to hltf theories, and realizes
in him and around him tho ideas and pnncij.lea
with which the master has impregnated him.
Understanding that the grand art is the supremo
thing in tho world, and that lie himself id an art*
iut, Louis has devoted himself to tho worship of
moral heantv. Doubtless his obligatory func
tions of reigning Prince present on obstacle to
tho full development of his lofty faculties;
doubtless ho Is practically forbidden to bo an art
ist : at least ho is an artist in sentiment and com
prehension, 110 hostile best of tho work ; ho
has the susceptibility and tho Inspiration ; the
execution alone in lacking. Ho possesses in
all its fullness that which constitutes the
essence of art; it is ouly the trade
which fails him. Tho over incredulous
public are not willing to bcliovo it; perhaps the
public opinion is not demanded. Louis has
nothing to do with tho suffrage of multitudes.
Louis has tho full consclousuoss of Ids value,
and that is enough for him; ho feels himself
Impressed to tho depths of his soul with tho
magnitlcenco of music, poetry, painting, sculp
ture, and architecture; his soul Is tho foous in
to which are concentrated tho emanations of his
uatuto ; ho keeps in himself and for himself the
rich treasures of his imagination. Tho vulgar,
the indifferent, tho curious enter not into tho
sanctuary of his virginal haul, a hind of tomplo
m a sacred forest, Inaccessible to mortals, which
tho travelers and explorers ignore. Uo loads a
bUULIMK MIX
tho isolated existence of a ilaphaol born without
arms, or a Sebastian Each, who could not have
deigned to compose.
It is not that ho leads au intellectual exist
ence. wholly closed to tho contemplation of the
outside. Wo know already that ho does not fail
to givo form and existence to some of his artis
tic conceptions. Often ho gives tho first idea,
charges specialists with tho material and techni
cal care and execution; ho will deign to order a
picture representing this or that, a statue in
such or such a position ; Uo will inspire a pau
total svmphouy or even a heroic cautanta. Ilia
work of architcctuio and of landscape garden
ing, on a grand scale, is almost tho only ouo It is
possible to appreciate.
Although the Kingdom of Bavaria is, after
Wurtcmborg, tho smallest of Europe, his lloyal
domain Is mm of the richest in nalacos and cha
teaux. Tho most curious of those princely te«>i
doncos is assuredly that of llolioneohwangou,
with itfi grotto, its ponds, its subterranean lake.
Tho citizens of Munich, Angsbourg, and Nurem
berg relate with admiration that stags and roes,
marvels of mechanism, are scattered over tho
banka : In their entrails revolve tho machinery
of dock-work. On tho beautiful summer nights
they are wound np and glide along rails and go
to nuench their tnirst in tho calm waters, whore
tollectod stars look likohalf-oponcd white water
lilies. From the top of tho tower, loaning
against tho battlements in tho attitude of Lam
artine dreaming of his harmonics, Houboiir con
templates the sleeping waters, tbo snowy Alps,
the Immense firmament, while an invisible or
chestra mingles Us mvoot sounds with tbo dim
light, and fills the vast place with tho “ Prayer
of Lohengrin,” solemn and slow, or tho tender
and melancholy serenade by Schubert.
Wo must acknowledge that4ho youth
ADOBES DIANA WITH THU SILVER CBEBCEKT.
When the tins moon Is away ho replaces her by
another, which ho has had established in tho in.
loriorof his palace, by a very alraplo arrange
ment. Above a vast hall, transformed into a
conservatory, the ceilings of tho upper stories
have boon broken through, all except tho last,
roptescuting tho celestial vault pierced with
luminous holes; nbovo is a porcelain, serai
transparent globe, In tho Interior of which
powerful gas jots nro burning. In the clumps
of verdure, sofas, easy chairs, and a piano are
placed. Tho I'riuco coracß and goes, reposes or
modulates on bin harpsichord the impressions
which Hit through his meditative soul.
These are melancholy sensations, but terrible
ones ate also cultivated. Thus, when every ouo
is talking of tho eruptions or Vesuvius, our
yuuug mau wished to givo himself a spectacle;
jo had a Professor of geology summoned, who
piled up ground, rocks, atones, mud; sulphur,
powder, tar, and petroleum, and gave him tho
noise of tho explosions, tho llamo with black
smoko; thoro it was, as much of it as ho
wished. . ....
A volcanic eruption—that Is, after alt, only tho
Infancy of ait; others than professors of goal
ogy can produce tho show with simple pyrotech
nics. Wo have at ilohouschwaugon a spectacle
of very different interest. At tho extremities of
a shoot of water two steam mills havo been
built, ono at tho rigid, (ho other at the loft.
Tho great paddle wheels are sot in motion, seize
tho liquid, and produce waves, which break at
the angle of -15 degrees; dash against each other,
: and mount one above tho other. When tho two
machines woik at high pressure they form a vio
lent eddv; tho steam escapes by shrili whistles,
works hollows, pushes pieces of Iron, which,
striking and rattling largo slabs of tho metal,
give tho effect of noisy winds and muttering
thunders, lu tho brightest sun in tho world, or
on a mild and balmy August evening, our poeti
cal young mau can gits himself the
ENJOVMENT OV A VIIIQHTVUL STORM,
himself Hearing lu a skiff whlcn cannot sink, bis
lachrymose guitar slung over his shoulder, on
which ho accompanies tho shrieking of the
thundering meteors, tho rolling and rising of tho
waves lashed by the hurricane.
It is thus that tho young emulator of Wagner
and Beethoven reproduced in his own way tho
grand phenomena of nature, entered Into co
partnership with tho dlvlno Cyholo. But at lust,
however, these spang roses, these gas or petro
leum moons, these tar craters, those forgss for
tempests, no longer won tho same sensations of
enthusiasm; he permitted these enormous play
things to full into ruin s ho was weary of each of
theso child's plAvs, which bo knew by heart, as a
child is dually tired of the mouse which a cat
pursues on a circular railroad, or of his squeak
ing toy dog which a pair of bellows makes say
bow*wow.
One begins by being a lover of (he moon and
cuds by being a mason; ono pusses impercepti
bly from musiu to brick audhiarblo. Alter a few
years of reigning, most sovereigns, it has loou
remarked, turn to arcuUecturo. Of all tho arts
it is tho ono winch tills the most space; it im
poses tho multitude; it engrosses tho attention
uf contemporaries; it speaks to future ages. It
is an esMiutiaily practical uud positive art; it at
i least produces solid works. Our friend Louis
has nut been able to avoid this psychological
Uw which rules his equals t moreover ho in-
it. Before ho grows feeble in health ho
has a good opportunity to devote himself to
’ aicliltectnro. Lvsrythmg loads us to behove
’ (list bo meditates, as tho greatest work of his
i life, transforming Into
a uoNtoiKxraii ucildino
a little bunting chalet on tbo inland of Cityline,
a pretty Albino lal:o. Ho appear* weary of all
(Lo neat little houses, Ootblocsmty*boxoi,roco»
co. iiuitatioa Greek, Imitutlou Homan, imaUtlou
lUmuiubuuco, winch Ulu parents have accumulat
ed at Munich and its suburb*. Ho wisbos some
thing grand. "1 am not long'd like a Klog. 11
be Bold ouca aa bo was shotting bie mediocre aod
ooumou palace on lbs bauka oi the leaf. He
wishes to build it magnificent palace in the
midst of enchanting' scenery, to copy Louis
XIV.. who, ho said, nmtorslnod bettor th.vt any
ono else how to bo King, 110 has colleccM do
signs and photographs of Versailles In its gener
al ofTccts and details. The Tontonn aro ncan-
dalized by it, but tho architects. cabinnt-nmitorß,
mid morchants of brie-n-brao, applaud him}
millions will pass into his palace. gardens,
orangery, chapul, and tlioatro. The King enjoys
a civil list, which allows him many fantasies 5 be
sides ho Is a bachelor, and has no to
maintain.
Very recently liio fancy seized him to no to
stndv for himself tho creations of the Hun King,
ami ail tiio models ho has loft, and to visit Turin,
which ho had novor soeu ; but ho had tho fear
that for several reasons of international proprie
ty, diplomacy would placo a respectful but linn
veto on this journey. It is repugnant to tho
King to tako his people into ids confidence.
With his anile ho is unusually reserved, hut vis
a-vis with his Ministers ho is hermetically seated.
An individual placed under tlio surveillance of
tbo police (loco not ovodo its Kraus eyes with
more pleasure than hn escapes tiimr oxcolloji
elofl. Oi<o of hIH Ingenious tricks is to disappear,
at the hunt or elsewhere, and not to reappear
until the day after, in some remote place. Tims.
Inst September, it was suddenly hoard at Munich
that the Ministers wore in ciuol embarrassment;
they had
ixmr Tiir.m oombtitotionai;. mokauch :
,ioy Lad BoaVchod through nil tho Koyal Luild*
uigH, but Lad obtained no result. Every truce
of his Majesty bud disappeared. Already tlio
tragic whispers of tlio ctoduJotm repented tlmt
it was very portable that a horrible crime bad
been committed, when they dually learned that
tlio King had been seen near Btrashurg in the
Paris traiu. To avoid losing time, the presenta
tions, olllclal, aoml-olllcinl, and others, the King
had had tho wit to take advantage of a tour
undertaken by Marshal MncMahon. to tlio profit
of his soptounat; under the name of Count
Derg, ho bad suddenly descended at Paris, upon
tbo hotel of tho Oorman Embassy. They feared
in Germany, for a moment, that tho population
would show to him some malico for tho part
widen his troops had taken in tho Inst war; but
thoro.wns no such feeling. Everywhere they
nlfcclcd to ignore tho titles and condition of tho
tourist.
Tho Prince expressed a desire that tho groat
fountains of Vorsailleo should play before him.
Thoy satlstiod him, although tho expense was
groat for tho City Government. Ordinarily thoro
is a crowd at this spectacle; this lime (bo soli
tude was almost complete. At the samo tune
that MacMahou ro-outotod tho train for Paris,
Count liorg ro-ontored tho train for Munich;
leaving for tho poor at Versailles tho equivalent
of tho cost of ouo or two bouses winch the
Havanans bad burned at HazallKs.
Bolitudo has nothing disngrocahlo for Louis of
Havana. Par fremiti Tho young Prince has
▲ SAVAUE MELANCHOLY.
Ho shrinks fiom a crowd of human beings.
Hla servants and lackeys must keep thonisolvos
at a distance; ho given them orders only by
signs. Ho communicates with his Ministers by
writing or by the channel of a secretary, ilo
only consents to sco them at thoiaat extremity.
Ho lias an antipathy to those of a preceding ad
ministration, but ho always abominates tlio Min
isters in oflico more than others. He commits
himself to thorn as little os possible, and oven
loss than is absolutely necessary. What can ho
expect? 110 is nmisanthtopo, but those of tho
humau rnco ho despises most aro tho diplomats,
politicians, civil ofticoru, and especially tho tuou
of his Oovurnmont, whom ho knows a iittlo more
than other people.
Hut how combine this mania for isolation with
tho passion for tho theatre ?
From ouo of Ids palaces in tho woods tho
Prmco goes to Munich by uu express train. Ho
has his private entrance to tho oporn, whore ho
sits behind a grating. It is said that often ho
has ordered tho trouoo to repair to one of his
palaces io tho depth of tho forest; and at U
o'clock, or at midnight, his Majesty commands
them to perform a piece of his choice, or acts
taken from this ono, scones from that. Parterre,
gallery, orchestra chairs, are empty and silent.
Tho hall is plunged into a fantastic half dark
ucea —in tho depth of which ono discerns per
haps a single spectator, a whimsical auditor. It
is tho master, tho roaster diillcult to ploaso.
Each one according to his taste I Charles 111.
of Spain was weary of tho theatre when tho
house did not seem nufilcloutly filled. Ho called
In lackovs from tho streets, and begged passers
by, hi the most courteous manner m the world,
to bo kind enough to outer tho play to keop their
King company.
lu parenthesis, it seems to us that this way of
making actors play in dark shadows, as it were,
on an island detached from tho world, floating
toward eternity, cannot bo to tho tastes of art
ists, who canuot do without tho sympathies of
tho multitude, and who, to enjoy ttie fullness of
thou powers, ought ta maintain with them an ex
change of magnetism. If they pour their pas
sion upon thoir audience,it is on condition of hav
ing drawn Horn it thoir energy and a sort of vi
tal fluid.
As to tho private morals of Louis 11. of Bava
ria, tho duty of tho biographer is to stato that
they aro
PORE AND APPARENTLY INNOCENT.
Doubtload tbo King liUoa to laugh sometimes Id
tho compaiiv of the daucora or singers of his
Royal Theatre; but that doou not amount to
anything. Ho has tho reputation of having iv
superb indifference toward tho beauties of his
capital. With Wolfram, tho irallaut mastersing
or, ho is angry with that unworthy ohovaltur
Tniiuhaußcr, who could not forget tho Idas that
tho goddess Voima had given him; a bouquet of
forget-me-nots or the promise of a bluo rose
should have eufllced him. buch reserved con
duct is truly meritorious in a young man who
could indulge ail his fancies. Louis of Bavaria
is one of tho handsomest men lu his Kingdom,
and U most chaste. Fair and fresh complexion,
line and blondo mnstacbo, blight chestnut hair,
interesting expression, bo is indeed n charming
chevalier, especially when a smile lights up his
dreamy eyes. Ilis photograph adorns the album
of thousands of young ladles. Our young man
dresses with studied negligence; tho ends of
his cravat droop over a velvet collar. 110 is a
delicious tenor; a beautiful man, almost like a
beautiful girl. Ho recalls to us bis cousin, the
ox-Quccn Made, of Naples, ox-heroiuo by Divine
right, such as the engravings and illustrated
papers represent her, with bat adorned witli a
plume, Hussar cloak trimmed with purple, lino
and elegant bools. . ,
A younger sister of this Royal adventuress, a
pretty girl, suddenly conceived a violent passion
for Wagner’s music, which gavo room for in
terminable conversations with cousin Louis, to
interesting discussions on tho icsthotlcs of art,
on the depths of lovo, and tho sublimities of tho
Ideal. Ilis train looked with favorable eyes
upon those giowiog relations. All tbo Court in
fluence
POINTED TOWARD MARRIAGE.
In tbo city and country tho satisfaction was no
It>ra great; peasants and citizens exclaimed,
“At last our King will bo settled,” All tho
patriotic took the matter strongly to heart.
Their vanity desired that, the sovereign family
should bo perpetuated by direct lino, and ou tho
male side. Although not belonging to the
reigning branch, tbo future bride was illustri
ously patented. Her father, cousin of King
Otbo of Greece, Duke of Bavaria, as the Al
manac of Qotha said, I’riuco by courtesy, had
married Ids daughter Hophlo to tho Oulto of
Aloncou, son of the Duke of Nomonrs. Another
of his daughters was tho famous Marie of
Naples,* a third, tho Empress of Austria.
The Catholic party applauded au alliance
which would have cemented the relations of
Bavaria with tho Catholic Empire; without reck
oning that Qisolo, tho oldest daughter of tbo
Emperor Joseph Funds, had Just married her
Bavarian cousin, (ho sou of Lultpold, next heir
to tbo throne, if Louis remained celibate.
The roarriapa then wan well prepared } already
the fortnight bad been fixed for tbe wedding.
Compliments and congratulations poured in;
already gifts bad been exchanged, when sud
denly tbe intended bridegroom grow coldj bis
visits became taro, and soon entirely ceased.
The Princess* father in vain interrogated tbe
King. "X am grieved, grieved 1 1 bare no re
prßucbes to make against my cousin, who is very
charming, but
t UAVE 01I4NOBD W MIND.
Nothing inoro could be obtained.
Wo beg pardon for tbe tales which follow, and
which have their little biographical interest.
Tbe young Prince bad distinguished a gay and
witty actress, and took pleasure in her society,
and oven deigned to enjoy taking her out in a
boat. “No more doubt." thought the amiable
glrlt “I am loved." Seized with asuddou in
spiration, abo rises, bums an air from “Fa
vorita," and lu au impassioned moment fails
over the edge. Soon sue reappears: “Have
mo, my beloved, save mo 1" The more she cries,
the more the Prince is amused, who did not even
think of wetting bis *rms to seize her by the
lloatmg hair. Tb r gardeners run, frightened,
and rescued tbo beautiful Leonora, who, stilling
with shame and vexation, arranged her garments
and washed nor face as well as sbo comd, while
be, remaining In bis boat, laughed immoder
ately. *
Lately, says the little chronicle of Munich,
lloubcur has given blm&elf tbo luxary of taking
tbe daughter of a miller, In tibarmborger Bee,
fur bis l)ulciuoa. lie gave an official notlfloa
tion informing tbo iiebermen and boatmen ibifc
they rouat adorn their boats with white and
blue streamers, which wero distributed among
thorn. They wore tbo colors of (be lady of bis
thoughts. Cblvalrio Romanticism, a poetic pas
time i However, tbe miller's daughter could
atili boldly present boraelf to claim the prise of
▼irtuo and the garland of roses before the conu.
■ol of Munlijon.
It was to distinguish himsolf that tho ymnir
nun, who had doubtless Junt road “ Dim Quii.
o:o,” improvised a llitlo semblance of au airon*
turo. Tho poor boy was bond ? that in
IIIH PRTKCIt'Ah Tuoun/.u.
Ho in ommynd from morning to evening and
from evening to morning, from tho Ist of .Tatm
ary to tho Hist of Dccomher. To amnso hltnsolf
n little, (hreo years ago, ho reorganized tie
Order of Bt. Ooorgo, which only admits anininr
its members nobles and tho oldent Catholic fam.
Hies diatinguinhcd for tholr devotion to t u a *
Church. “This Institution," prophesied a a
Catholic journal, Lr Momlc, “ will powerful!*
contilbuto to preserve a legitimate lulluonra
over tho nobility, and to bolko f/ic racial mtet
lion." 1
11 is indeed a pity that so well intonlioneda
King should not name chevaliers of Nt. o eor ,, 0
ad Intlnitmn, to prevent strikes and to counter,
balance tho alarming increase in tho price of
living. Hut aflor having diverted hnmoif win,
the dotalls of costumes and a fow receptions, d ls
grand master hod enough of it, and pasaoil to
other amusements.
It is thus, to dispel his ennui, that ho has Ini
a gala curringo built, ouo of tho most contlv
equipages that has over boen seen, a master,
piece of had taste, it Is said. Then he had con
structed. for tho tntlo of COO,OOO francs, a sleigh
on tho modot of tho bark of the Chovallorof the
Hwau. For tho young King, inlo\icntcd n;u.
poetry, has taken for a model and for a hero the
gallant ami chaste Chovalior of tho Holy Q f4l i
This pour Louis believed that he
RECOGNIZED HIMSELF IK LOIIESOIUK;
bn contemplates himself and admires himself (a
tho Dond-God, non or King Perceval. At Hj t
last Folo-Dlon ho hail taken a fancy to march W
hind tho groat Archbishop of Moy, who parades
imdor tho dais of tlio Holy Sacrament. This
slop Idled tho nltramontanoH of tho Holy flier*,
ment with Joy, frightened tho Liberate, wasth'j
occasion of many n telopiam from Munich loiter,
liu, from Munich to Homo. of many an article,
tho leading newspapers. Some oxnlain the/*;
by vory complicated considerations; othoia (hit;
thoy saw in it a return to nltramontatii<ca..i
quarrel with tho licrlin Cabinet, a disavowal ((
tho favor ho had first shown Dr. Doetliuxpr, tl (
loader of tho liberal Catholics, to whom he hi 1
lately sent tho gift of alsilvor cmcillx. It n.
pears, after moat exact information, that U j
King la Himpiy very muob bored on that day, j
that ho wished to figure in tho proccsaiotj, pj..
ciaoly becaußO thoy had uogluctod to invito hi.
to join it.
These fantasies of stylo and of dccorationcf
romances and religious ceremonies fulled to It
satisfactory; they could nut make this p>«
Louis a happy man. Happiness is not maiof r
geniuses. Poetry is a fovor or melancholy; tl i
ideal is only roveatod in sorrowful visions; t!»
artist suffers when ho cannot wholly abxmi, 4
himself to his art and consecrate to it his lit ',
his every thought. That otbor great aitist Nuj
complained many times of being obliged to!)
seated on the throne of tho world, instead r,(
traversing Greece and Asia Minor followed b i
company of comedians.
At bottom, tho unhappiness of Prince Lcru
is owing to his not having been'obio to fall.r
tho attractions of ins instinct and to hia bei 4
virtuoso only by half.
WHAT A TITI
that bo could not bo a molomouiac instead of
being a dilettante I Perhaps ho would lone lx a
only a poor musician, but ho would liaro boo:: \
musician oven to his ilngor-tips. Perhaps lii
would havo bocomo scarcely tho fourth cornet u
tho Munich Theatre, but with what ciithuaia-ni
ho would havo piped tho “March of Tanubsu,-
or!" An artist ban only half a pleasure m re
lug tho combinations of ins dreams executed i.y
others. His greatest joy is to imprint on L.s
work himself tho stamp of his personality.
Yes, poor Louis has missed his vocation. A
Jealous fortune has placed him outside of Im
true destinies. Alaal instead of being bom m
a throno, why was not Louis of Bavaria the ioj
of u concierge?
1». 8. Tiio following telegram has just gsi
tho rounds of the European newspapers: -Is
is learned that his Majesty tho King of Bar: i
is meditating a long Journey to India; dvu.-j
las absence ho will leave tho Itogency of u
Kingdom to his undo, I’rlnco Luitpold."
Jumping at a Conclusion*
iltuouri JlrumwtcLfr.
An old lady camo un to tbo olbco Wodnfttd.f.
Sbo wan worn and tirod from climbing tlio >iL.l
lug Btairs, and she Bank almost breathless i-U
tbo wasto-baskot, putting tbo poems and atom
it contained to tbo only press they will c tr
know. Tbero was a troubled, anxious look ..a
hor face, a pair of groan spectacles ou her do a
and a general air of sorrow and oslisa»u.a
about her that appealed at ouco to our lonJen I
feelings. Tbo feelings answered the appeal, n-4
stepped rcspoctfullv forward. After tho sg;l
female recovered horbreatb, abo asked:
“Is there a loryor’sofllco in this boiUiaT
Wo answered in tbo alUrmativo, but wc:s
sorry to Bay that tbo legal gentleman tas 0.l
of town.
“Out of town, ob ? Well, I a pose 111 harsh
And Bomo other loryor. I kem in town apurpui
to have this thing Axed up, an* 1 ain’t sgoli’
back onltl I know whether tbero la any Uvu
okilv In Una country.”
Wo ventured to remind tbo dame that lame?
was a losing business in tho end. oud ehoultlU
resorted toonly in the most aggravated cum.
“Aggregated cases 1” sbo screeched, aadtti
manuscript in tbo basket rattled violtnuy.
“ Vouug man, it is tbo moat aggregated caw jta
over beord ou. You kon uovor know the wirftwa
of a mother’s heart when her only iloitor gut
astray an* follcrs artcr fulso Idols."
“ Your daughter has bad trouble, then?
“No; it’s mo what’s havin’ tho trouble; tej
Bho’s a caußin’ it— shoan* that tsrnal ehcep'facd
preacher."
“Abl amlnlßtsr in tbo caßol Itlnnkloa*
dotstaud. Such things are becoming t, 0 ?. 00 .®*
mou, alnal too frequent, Tbo cloth is tm.
brought luto disroputo by scoundrels who’*•«*
tho livery of heavou to servo the devil In. lw
“Pore nothin'! She's a brazenhuzzy top
back ou her mother's (cachin'. Lord knows I h
alius tried to raise bor right." . .
“But you must consider, my good woman, ton
your daughter bad pocullnr temptation*.
mast make allowance for tbo fact that tbs *w*/‘
or camo to bor In holy garb, Imposing «
confidence in tbo assumed character of
odvlser, slloucuig ibo voico of her coumw*
with cunningly-chosen Scriptural quoiaiiuu*
You roust not bo severe on bor."
“ Well, Uauuor was a ’bodiout girl till ne
foolin' around, lie kem to the house purtf’ o' •
but I didn’t s'poflo uolblu’ was wrong till « ««*
ago, when Manner told mo. ’lbouiguvwo
mighty big picco of tny mind."
“ Ho denied it, of course ?"
“No, be didn’t, lie said bo haddldUiw?
as a Christian. An’ bis congrcgal.cn
tickled ovor it, au’ that’s what makes m«£ ■
“Why, that is au aggravated case. iu ‘,
should bo guilty of such u thing, w bad coo -r
that bo should call It tbo porfoi mauce of » -;
la worse; and that bis congregation » lICU I '*
bold him in such vllo practices, tsboyooJ «• • *
“Well, it’s so, an’ 1 want to got a wr.
Ibboo a conjunction or iujoctment, or nor
l °“ I°foar there 1b no legal redress. JJ.j
matter of very recent ocourenco. Atnnu” * (
tbo Legislature governing such cm«».
won't work backwards." . , . irl f
“ What is in that bill ?" asked tbo old Wf*
face lighting up with a now hope. ,
“It makes it obligatory upon the roan,
marry tbo woman, or support tbo cm L ,
“What I" shrieked tbo woman,
with a suddenness that sent tbo basket ‘
knowlodgod genius half-wav aercHS ttJ.,j
“ You barnl-boiulod Idlyot IMy gnl ai • :; . f
fool as that! You editors tbnik
smart, au’ you’ro alius s posiu tub K k i
tboy are. I’vo boon a Ufo-long Methodi •* j
tried to ralßo my dorter in tbo i,iM
that tarocl •I‘iscopalyuu b* k
to ' groo to jlno bis church. I m her i o t
jeon, an’ 1 ain't agoiu to low her t } .
sbo can't git along with tbo same r i 1
mother's got, sbo shan't have wy»J ju * v x
whole case, an’ there ain’t no u* rr,|U ’
B'portlu', nur Boochorin mit. , 1)|lR Jon
Prom the way tho old lady bumped a
the stairs, we fear abo was .iua*»-
Wh shall uever Jump at another I vo ‘l „
no' not If It aiionla 110 within “ ul •'
anil pointed proofs wore presales *8““*
each side ana bobiud. _
WbiiUyDrinkiuK in 0
Tire J J a« Mall Oatelte aiys:
vorafou, but wo'regailr yet, '[ ll ' „ a ( -, r ii*; L 1
slon of natives of bcotland on
following figures supplied by »: VJi, M
Bcotland spent last yoor fully ha
whisky for her own couanmptiou. aj
time It appears from the return of the u.i
lauds and heritages In V . u S'ul **;•*
year to Parliament that tbo an
of these was %s
these figures represented r *• ,
nual value of lauds fStaha of w- *
other llrau those contained Jn JMK . ,, t o
tbau 20,000 Inhabitants,
annual value of lauds and bmi K w ,ievr
burghs. £6, 181,060— together
J.1MU8.804. On contrasting ri . r in
pears that tbe people of su;-^
whisky alono more than
value of the laoda and heritages w sJ
side ol tbo nine larger Tfcl
more by a%OOO.NOa y«« J s.*•
ol these as ooatalned within the*®

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