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10 THE OMAHA DAILY BEESUNDAY. . SEPTEMBER 25. 1887.-TWELVE PAGES.
BOW TO SECURE A FORTUNE , Borne Square Advice From Some Successful Business Men- WILL ALWAYS WIN. lllntH Prom P. T. nnrnum 'Br.n Bnt- Icr'n HiiRgCHtlona as to Ilenl Estate Miller I'lllnlniry'B i'lnn. The Hoslon correspondent of the St Louis Globu-Domocrat says the following letters wcro written in iinswer to the question , "How can a young ninn mosl certulnlv cot rich ? " and furnish interest ing rcneling on n mibjuct that i * alwnyt uppermost In men's thoughts. The lotto - to run re Intended to bo read and their uel vice heeded -by persons who have bul little money to start on , if any. They ar < not addressed to those who , by fortum or heritage , are already possessed o i y wealth. They are Illustrated in the 'f- ' mutnoryof seekers after the almighty dollar by the lives of such men ai Stephen Girarel , John Jacob Astor , A. T Stewart and the hundreds of othoi millionaires who started in as poor boys Nothing is said in any of the letters below low to indicate that the road to wealth i : an easy one. MIM.KU piu.sinuv's LKTTKKS. Mr. Charles A. 1'illsbury , the greal Minneapolis miller , writes close to tin mark as follows : MINNRAPOI.IS , Minn. , August .TO. Deal Sir : Tlioru are two hints which , perhaps nwy be practical to young men , In addition t ( those nlwayn jlven on such occasions : 1.Yhon a young man couuncnces a husl ness life by work'nic ' In the employ of others let him strive not simply to earn his salarj anct to give satisfaction to his employers , bu let him aim to do all ho Ims strength to ele ana to earn his salary many times over. It tny lirst business year It was no uncommoi thing for mo to work all night until break fast time , a thing 1 was not expected noi asked to do. If a younic man will follow thi rule of trying to make his services man ] times wore valuable than his salary , elthci bis employer or some one else will auprcclati Mm. i'lieroaro always a few vacant places left for such kind of men , and their employ ers have very little to say as to their salaries 3. Never overrate your own ability , no underrate that of your competitors. 1'ollov this rule carciully , and then do not locati yourself In business whcrtt you are not con rmant that you are at least the equal of those who will DO your competitors , either Ir natural ability or In wlllingeosstn work earl ; or late , In season and out of season , IB orde that any ( inferences In natural ability ma ] be overcome In this way. My experience I1 that between natural ability nnd nard worl the latter will always win. When the twi are In combination , nothing can prevcn access. 0. A. I'u.i.suuiir. HEN nUTLEIl's ADVICE. General Hcnjanim F. ISutler gives som < . Tory definite nints , and attaches groa importance to investments in real estate Ho Bays : BOSTON. Mass. , August 20 , 1887. Dear Sir lliavo received your note asking me t < write somu practical hints for young men 01 the acaulrement of wealth which may b published. A dlfilcult task Is set me , as the clrcum planet's under which young man commence life are so widely varied , Uut I think tha more young men fall In the Investment o what they earn or receive than In any othe way to acquire property. The temptation : to speculation are so ereat , nnd the deslro ti .become suudenlv rich so strong , that I be .Jiuve eight out 01 ten. If not more , of yonn mnn are wrecked at the very beginning. If a young man Is earning somethlni more than the expenses of his llvlng.and ha 'no object In view , he Is likely either to In crease thoho expenses carelessly , or to loai .bis money to his friends , and In so doing litho the majoilty of eases ho wilt lose botl friends and money , so that the best thlni .that he can do Is to have an object , to gallic up his money , and to have a call for it whlcl shall bo a profitable ono. Ho nukes no fn vestment uejcauso ho say , " 1 have got s < little money that It won't cenno to anything I will wait until 1 get more ; " and In wall ing , Kcncrally , what he has goes. When a young man has a vorylllttlo mono let him buy some i property , preferably ! piece , however suinll. according to his mean < of improved real cstato that Is paying mm He had better buy It when sold at audio : under a judicial sale , paying In cash what h can , giving his note for the balance In smal Bums coming due at frequently recurring It : tervals , secured by a mortgage on the prop erty , and then use all his extra Income 1 paying up those notes. It Is always safe t discount your own note , and If the nott come a llttlo too fast as soon as he gets any thing paid his friends will aid him when h Is putting his money where It can not Li lost and where the property Is taking care c the Interest , and In a very short tlmo ho wl find that ho has got a very considerable IB vestment. Ho will become Interested in I Bavo his money to meet his notes , and h will directly como Into a considerable c , property , and hardlv know how it came t i nun. That Is , ho will have had a motive fo li laving , and will got the result of that suvlnj \ and will not bo tempted to entnr Into speci r Istlons. Kothlng Is so safe for an Invesl men I as Improved real ostato. Nothing 1 t' likely to grow in value foster. In the las 1 fifty years 00 per cout oC all the merchant and traders In lioston have failed. 1 the last titty years 00 per cent of a B the business corporations have failed or gou , out of business , so that their stock has boo Wiped out In the last fifty years alt the 1m t proved real estate , on the average , has pal [ Its Interest and tauos and quadrupled I < value. If a young man's father can give hli ' anything to start him In the world he ha > better Invest It In that way and let It accuun . i late , and earn bis living , and ho will t * richer than If be had goau Into business. Jn u Gould Is said to have started from a tuoiisi t ll trap seller to bccomo a millionaire. Assuu 1 1 ing that to bo true , ho Is only onoof CO.ooo.oe I H of peopln ; and if any young man thinks tin It ] he is going to imltato Jay Gould , there ai I J 00,000,000 of chances to ouo that ho won't su I i ceed. I f : The rule 1 would lay down for a young ma L > i Is , never do a mean thing for money. II [ V prudent and saving of your money , liocart In ful to have no Interest account runnln I a ! against you unless you have an equal c 1 greater interest account running In yoi favor. Work diligently and you are sure < a competency In your old ago , and as ear ] a * possible , It you can tlnd a saving , prudei girl who has been brought up by a mothi who knows how to take caio of a house , an make a wlfo of her , she will aid and not hli der you. 1 claim no originality In this advice , an will relate you an Incident in my own e : perieuco to Illustrate It : In my earliest practice In my profession was qnlto successful In earning money , ar 1 had a small balance in the Lowell bank , ; the head of which was Mr. James ( ! . Carne . The bank was directly across the hall fro PI m. rav olllce. 1 stepped into the bank to elepos J a llttlo money on ono occasion , and AI FJC Carney said tome : * - ' "Why don't you Invest your money'.1" "Invest , " said 1 ; " 1 have nothing to 1 vest. " "Oh yes , " he says , "you have ejulte a lltt sum of money , and 1 see that your youi friends come with your checks occasional ! evidently boriowlngit.Now , you had belt Invest It. " "How can 1 Invest It ? " "Invest It In real estate. " " 1 know nothing about real cseate. " " ( ! o to the lirst auction and buy the pro erty. You cannot bo much cheated In thr because you will have to give ) very little mo than somebody else will bo willing to pay t l > It. Ulvo your notes for It , save your wone II collect your feus , pay your notes as they t como duo. See that the property Is Improvi property , so that the rent will keep dev your Interest account , and when you got ai money Invest It In the same wa and If your notes press up < you a llttlo faster than you ci pay then , why , wo will , when wo tiiul th a what > ou are doing with your money , d count your note and give you a little mn time , so that you can pay It up. This w necessitate the prompt collection of yo bills , for I know that you would r.Uher wo and earn 8100 than dun a man for It , unlc you have 0 pressing need for It. You ha now oven asked for a little bill that wo 01 you In the bank , which shows that you < not promptly collect your dues , " 1 followed the advice and bought a mil ber of pieces of property lu that manner , ai V never did exactly know how they we 'itld for , but they were , and Jn a few yean owned sniiio twenty dllTorcnt pieces of prop- rty in Iiowcll that came to me In that way . can only say that 1 wish I had been wls nouijh to have continued this course througl Ifo. Ifo.I do not think 1 need to extend these suz gestlons any further , because if a young mm von't mind these ho won't any others , am cannot sugtccst any bettor ones. I an ours truly , HK.VJAMIN F. Mim.r.n. SHOWMAN HAHKL'M'S SfOOKSTOXg. Tim great and only liarnum tells hi story over again in this language : WAi.ur.MEitE , r. T. UAHNUM'S Jlisi : ir.xcE. Hitiuop.roitT , Uo.m. August ! ! C 8S7. DEAU Sin : 1 have received moir cttersdurinz the last twenty years nskln ne to give the writers some practical hint on tha acquirement of wealth , and have hen iifore uniformly referred them to my ante ilography , which contains a comprchonslv ecturo on time sutiliict. elellveieel by in ninny times In England and the Unltci Stales. Thoso'.who really dcslru to attain ai tulcpondeiico have only to set their mind ipon It and adopt the prqwir means , as thej lo In regard to any other object which the wish to accempllsh , and the thing Is easil ; lone. But however easy it may bo found t nako money ; I have no doubt most poopl vill agree It is the most dllllcult thing in th vnrld to keep It The road to wealth Is , as Dr. Kranklli rnly says , "as plain as tlm road to mill. " i consists simply In expending less than w ; arn. Many may say , "Wo undorstatid this .his Is simply economy , and wo knnv economy Is wealth ; w know wo can't ca our cake1 and keep It also. " Vet , pcrlmp ; nore failures arise from mistakes on till point than almost auv other. Trn economy Is misapprehended , and pcopl go through Ufa without properl comprehending what that principle Is. Thcr are many who think that economy consist n saving cheese parings and candle ends , li cutting oil twopence front the laundress' bll and doing all sorts of little mean thlngf Economy Is not meanness. This false eco lomy may frequently bo seen In men c business , and In those Instances it ofte : runs to writing paper. You tind eooil biisl loss men who save all the old envelopes am scraps , and would not tear a new sheet ei > aoer. it they could avoid It , for the worlel That Is all very well , they mav in this wa save $5 or $10 a year ; but being o ceo n on : ca ! ( only In note paper ) they think the can allord to waste tlmo to have exponslv parties and to drive their carriages. , True economy consists In always makini ho Income exceed the out : o. The real com forts of life cost but a small portion of who nest of us can earn. It Is the femr of whn Mrs , ( Jrundy m y say that keeps the nose of many worthy families to the urlndstone You cannot accumulate a foituno by takinj ho road that loads to poverty. It needs n prophet to tell us that tlwso wlto llvo full ip to tliolr means , without any thought of reverse In this lifo , can never att.Un a pecun arv independence. The foundation of success In llfo is gooi ipalth : that is the substratum of fortune Then , how Important It is to steulv the law of health , which Is but another name for th aws of nature , The closer wo keep to th aws of nature , the nearur wo are to goo icaltli. Tobacco and rum should bo shun net ! To make money requires a clear brain. N natter how bountllully a man may beblcsse1 with Intelligence , If the- brain Is muddled an ils judgment warped by Intoxicating drink : t Is Impossible for him to carry ou liuslni's successfully. The ) safest plan , and the one most stiro c success for the young man starting in life , I ; o select the vocation which Is most conger nl to his tastes. There Is as much dlverslt n our brains as In our countenances. Som men are born mechanics , while some have great aversion to machinery. Unless n ma entire upon a vocation Intended for him b nature , and best suited for his puculln genius , ho can not succeed. After hccurln tlm right vocation , you must bo careful t select the proper location , and not bogi justness whore there am already enough t meet all demands In the same occupation. Voung men starting in life should avol running into debt. There lit scarcely anj tiling that drags a person down llko debi Debt robs a man of self-respect , and make ilm almost despise hlmsolt. Monev Is a tei rtble master , but a very excellent servant , i Is no "eyo-seivant. " There Is. nothing thr will work SQ faithfully nsmoney wlion plnee at Interest , well scoured. It works day an night , and In wet or dry weather. When a man Is in the right path , ho intu IJcrsovero , and perserverance Is sometime uut another word for self-reliance. Unt you can so rely upon yourself , yo need not expect to succeed. Whatever yo do , do It with all your mlirlit. Many a ma icqulrcs a fortune by doing his buslnef thoroughly , while his neighbor remains pee for llfo because ho only half does It. Amb tion , energy , industry and perseverance ai Indispensable requisites for success In busl n ess. No man has a right to expect to succeed I llfo unless he understands his business , an nobody can understand his business the oimhly unless ho learns It bv personal appl cation and expcilonco. You must oxercls caution In laying your plans , but bo bold i carrying them out A man who Is all catitln will never dare to tike hold and bosucoes ful. and a man who Is all boldness Is merel reckless , and must eventually fall. There Is no such thing In.tho world as hid If a man adopts proper methods to be sn ccsstul , "luck" will not prevent him. If I does not succeed , there are reasons for It , n though , perhaps , ho may not be able to si them. Monov Is good for nothing unless vonkno tha value of It by experience. Oivo a be 520,000 and put him In business , and tl chances are that ho will lose every dollar i It before he Is a year older. Nine out of to of the rich men of emr country to-da started out In llfo as poor boys , with dote mined wills , Industry , perseverance , ecot omv and good hnblts. The great ambition should be to excel a others engaged in the same occuu tlo : Whenever you lincl the best dootor.besTBho maker , or anything else , that man Is mo sought for , and always has enonith to d Kvory boy should learn some trade or fr fesslon. Engage In ono kind ot'-buslne only , and stick to It faithfully until you BU cced , or until your experience shows thi you should abandon It. A constant hamme ing on ono nail will generally drive It hon at last , so that it can be clinched. There eood sense In the old caution about bavin too many Irons In the tire at once , linwa : of "outside operations. " Itead the newspapers , and keep thorough ! posted In regard to the transactions of tl world. Ho who doesn't consult the newspi tiers will soon lind himself and his bualne loft out In tlit ) cold. Bo careful to advertise in some shapd i other , because it Is evident that If a mnn In ever so eood an article for sale , and nobod knows It , It will bring him no return. Tl whole philosophy of lite Is , first sow , the reap. This principle applies to all kinds < business , and to nothing more eminent than to advertising. If a man has a real good article , there Is no wav In which ho ci reap more advantageously than by "sowint tn the public In this way. If n man husgooi for sale , and ho doesn't aelvertlso them , tl chances are that some day the sheriff will < It for him. 1'olltonuss and civility art ) the best caplti over Invested In business. Lario stores , g ! signs , llamlng advertisements will all pro nnavalllnc If you or vour employes treat yo patrons abruptly. The more kind and liber a man Is , the more generous will be the pa ronaue bestowed upon him. 1'reserve your integrity ; It Is more precloi than diamonds or rubies. The most dlllici thing In life Is to make- money dishonest ! Our prisons are full o ( men who attempted follow this course. No man can be dlshotie without soon being found out , and when li lack.of principle Is discovered , nearly uvei avenue to success is closed against him fe : over , Strict honesty not only lies nt t foundation of all success In life llnanclall but lu every other respect. 1' . T. BAKXUM , lUIn Unces thn Most Fertile. London Lancet ; Decs and ants teai us that a lifo of ease and idleness is th most favorable for reproduction , whi n lifo of great activity predlsposos barrenness. That race which is physical us well us montallv Idle , and which is the samu tinio well fed , is likely to pro more fertile than another race livii under directly opposite * conditions. Kal women , who live chiotiy upon llosh ai milk , are most prolific , and give bir almost n.3 frequently to twins as to sinj ! children. Taking ull the facts into co sielorationthoro can bo no doubt that t higher education of women is detrimenl to the raco.tcnding as it invariably nun to engender n state of sterility , or , wh is worse , to uroduuo a race with mark evidences of physical tuiel mental e feoblumunt. If you pricking pains on movine t eyes , or cannot boar bright light , and fli your sight weak and failing , you shou promptly use Dr. J. II. McLeai Strengthening Eyn Salvo. 25 couu a'be THE BAVARIAN RAILWAYS How They Are Oondnctod An Effioier BEAUTIES OF SWITZERLAND The K.xperlcnco of A Hoc Corrc ponelcnt In n Tour Thron li tlio tin n el or thu Alps. ItoMAKStioitx , Switzerland , Sept. 7.- fSpecial Correspondence of the UKU.- Intercstlng as the Harnrinn capital , wai we Imel to le'nvo it.for our tlmo was shor : It wa son tlio railroad out of Munich the 1 had u very practical lesson In Uavariai railway laws , Hcro.asin ninny Kuropea countries , the railroads tire run by th government , nnd therefore their art mi r istration is as precise nud systematic n that of a well-drilled array. All th superintendents , dispatches , guards , etc are in uniformcacli wearing the insigni ot his olllco. When an employe tulelrcsst his superior ho salutes , and when a tral dispatcher addresses a guard ho con inands. Kvou the flagman , nnd there I one til every crossing , even nt a fee path , wears the king's uniform , tin stands witH his hands together , h shoulders thrown back , nnd his stick i his hand guarding the king railway whenever a train passes. On would naturally think that under tli ; system the public woulel be subject t much abuse from oHiuiotis ollicors ; In quite tiie contrary Is true. Tlio ollicot are patient and polite , yet thoroughl alive to their elntv , even though that dut bo to the discomforts of nn innocent foi cigiicr. Note the following : The trai stops. Guard shouts "sechs mlnuton ! Innocent foreigner reflects long. To long. Concludes that "seeks mmutcn mean six minutes. Ho accordingly hie forth to the bullet nnel purchases goo boor : also poor bretieV ; also , ground doj alias sausage. Ho tarries long. To long. Train starts. He runs nmlboard train while it is in motion. Guard shoul something to telegraph operator. I'ASSKNOKUS ALL WINK anel smile , except I. F. At no ? station ' J. F. is arrested nn fined two marks. Time , 01 second : Passengers smile again. ll'ippy ' thought ! a mivrk is only twontj five cents. Why was the i. f. ? Neve mind ! The story is trues , and only show how btrict German railway laws are , an how promptly they are executed. It is true that while traveling by ra hero ono is obliged to put up with man inconveniences which huvii long sine elsappearcd in go-ahead America. Fei oiatuple , you muy truvul for months an not see a dining-car. Even sleepers ni very scarce. But in spite of the > sean many other objections to continent ! raveling , ono is blesseel with a feeling u comparative safety. The linostono roai beds on the continent are all provide with two tracks , while the bridges at always of solid masonry or of iron. Th engines have ne > cow-catchers , as Euro pcan.s think it is bolter to keep cattli and men , olV the track by other mean Since leaving Now York 1 have read e no railroad accidents except those i America , and I am ashamed to answt when Europeans ask mo why America railroads are allowed to kill off hundred of pooijlo every year. Hut in the meantime we- have boo spinning along over the fertile ) plains c Havana towards the mountains and lake of Switzerland. Our , objective point Lindan , tlio Venice of Switzerland , line ] situated on an island in Lake Constant Here the IIKAL IlKAUTir.S OF SVt'ITZiitI.ANl : > began. Hills , vales , mountains , lake cottages and people , all seem to assure plctureseiue attitudes as if by magic. / wo steppcel from the train evorvoi showed by look , if not by word , that 1 was very much anel very agreeably su prised at the sudden change from tl matter-of-fact German to the essential ! Swiss. The lake of Consjanco is very widel known , but it owes its popularity to i si/.o anel situation rather than to ar great bcautv of its own. In fact it is ii ferior to the other lakes in the ucighbo hood in beauty of scenery. The lake is merely a broad expanse < tlio river Khino , whose ferlile , vin growing banks belong to the three stall of Germany , Austria anel Switzerland , steamboat earned us over the lake froi Lindau to Homansiiorn , and the sccncr , though really beautiful , was but a mi' introduction to what followed a few da : later. Uomanshorn is a remarkably sleer. old town , ou a bolel promontory of tl lake , and as wo followed the rhotimat old porter to an inn , which ho infornu us in very Gorman English was the be "hot" in the place , wo breathed a sigh i relief , and Hopeful that wo had at la escaped the noise and bustle of tl "beaten path , " if for no moro than or night. Indeed , tlm outside conditioi could hardly have been moro favorab to this-end. We were the only truest ? i the house , anel whan wo sat down I dine in the cool garden , TI1K rilOFKSSOH saw fit to remark that among the "con monly uncommon things was a tub d'llotc for two. " Uut the dinner wi goodand the dog that took his bono afti us that night must have gone hungry , shall never forget that aftcr-dinni smoke. Wo might have stayed in tl garden. It was extremely pleasant , ar the fat and jolly old burgers who can in to drink beer and talk over tlio late bit of news in the Canton , looked ut i over their tankards in a most friend and sociable way. 1 hope it elidn't disa point thornbut wo really weren't incline to be talkative thatnight.auel a continu tiem of our three weeks' struggle wii German verbs anel oaso-endings was an thing but desirable , Hcsieles , the qu : whicli curved gracefully out from en side of the garden was very inviting fi a quiet stroll. There never was a moro refrcshii brouzo than blow in from tlio lukc tlf evening , nor n moro beautiful moon tli : glimmered on her milled watei 1'erfect pcaco prevailed. Eve the poor peasant women , they flitted noiselessly about at the fo of the guay washing their rude horn spun on the flat rocks , murmured la songs as i ( afraid to break the nuiot the hours. Low hills rose ubovo the pn green billows of the lake , while the A pon/oll alps and snow-clad Sontis to creel above these in the distance , gri and faithful sentinels of tlio lovely vi loy below. "A scene for a poet , " sa the professor , as ho puffed blue rings smoke and long lines of Shelley with t same breath. The scene was indeed poetic , but H many other beautiful things wo could n enjoy it always , and wo wore at lr forced to retire , troni the sheer cxhai tion of long travel. Our rooms wore the seconei story , looking out upon t lake , whoso waters beat with a gonl and musical ripple against the very fou elation of the hop ; and as wo took 01 IOOK at the moon-lit wave and one fi breath ot the fresh MOUNTAIN' Allt which swept into our winetows , wo pull the blinds for the night , thoroughly e thusod with the romantic beauty of t place. Wo were soon fast asleep , it fur off in the realms of dreamland , ne bidding adieu to a party of friends < pier 40 , North river , uow steaming aw across the broa-.l Atlantic , now wnnde ing about through the lancet-arch aisles of some old cathedral , now oh ting away wijh beloved friends at homi now here , there and everywhere , falrl reveling in tlio thud * transformation and strange absurdities of dreamy sloe ) Uut tills did not lnt long. Suddenly w both awoke with n. start , The house w : ( Hied with a atllijng , smoke ! Wo heat the shouts of nion nnd women , mingle witli tha roar of Uio 'Wind anel the in crenscel lashing of- the water against tli the rocks , and above all tli canto the quick and oft-rcpcatc cry , "Es breinnt ! Es bronntl Tlturc was little time for though1 1 ran to the door and opened it. A vo time of hot smoke rushed in compellin me > to close it again. I saw that tli stairway was on ( iro-and that tbero was LITTI.n IIOI'E * OK KSCAl'K in that direction. The situation was an.v tiling but plensint. Fire on ono sidi water on the other , and no chance for ladelor anywhere. The professor thro1 open the wlnelow and shouted for hel ) but no help could bo scon. The build in was built straightupon the ombankmoi : of the lake and wo could sue notliln from our window but the dark ungr water glittering with tlio lurid rullectlo of the names. "We must jump an swim around the quay , " said I. "Ne much hope in such a sea as that , " an sworcel tlio professor. "If those stupl follows would got into a boat and tliro' ' us a rope " After n moment of hurried consultalio we took all the clothes from two bcel nnd tied them stoutly together , then pul ing one beel up to the window wo tic ono end of this impromptu lire escape t a bed post. Suddenly wo heard ve > ice below. "Thank heaven , they hav brought a boat , " cried the pn fessor , looking eagerly out of the window Tlio boat could not come up to tli wall , so wo lot ourselves down into tli water and swam to tlio boat. Wo wor saved just in timo. Five minutes aftc wo landed at the quay , the north wall ( the building was borne down into tli water by the wind and the weight of tli heavy overhanging Swiss roof. It was a pretty sight , that mass of dr bris smoking and hissing in the wntoi but it would have been much prnttlor it hael not contained all the little earthl goods , chattels and oflects of a couple < harmless Americans , who were glu enough to escape with their lives an their pocketbooks. FUANZ SKIT.I , . MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC. Albanl Is singing In opera In London , bv her voice is not so sweet as of yoro. The performance of Wagner's earlv opeir "UIo Keen , " has been postponed in tJermat until next year. In San Uiogo. CaL , the tickets to see tl Booth-Barrett company have been placed ; $10 each. Clara Morris Is to plav the wool ; of Octeibi 24 at tlio Park theater , Bostonand , may brln out a new drama. Florence Wade , an Kngllsh actress , has a rived troni Scotland to' begin a six month tour of this country. Mile. Bcnnatl , the original Ollvelto 1 Paris , has arrived In Nmv York and wi sing In Maurice Uiau's French opera con pany. Mine. Materna will not rejoin the No York Metiopolitau opera house torcos th winter , havlui ; been engaged to sing I Vienna. , , . Madame Paulliio Lucca has signed an e goccment to sing in opera nt Now York ne April. She is to receive 2W ) for each pe formance. Lotta's new comedy , , ' 'Pawn Ticket 210 made a hit at McVfcKcr's. Chicago , last Mo day iiiirht , but It Is cmld to be almost ti broad for respectable atUllences. The Now York press are unanimous fn o' tolling Robert DowJilnir's Spaitacus , a real remarkable personation worthy to stai with McCullough's , Forest's or Salvlnrs. Fraulcin Lili Lehmann lately sung thru in Copenhagen. 'Shewas Introduced Copenhagen music.lovers in a Phllhurmon concert given under the direction ot Join Svendsetn. An cllort Is bfilni made to establish n tlonal opera In Turkey. The lirst work to 1 given In the "sweot" Turkish 1 anguuge calh'd "Leblebldgll Horker , " composed I Tchohaadgllan KiTendl. " The new comic opera , Dorothy , now belt sung with such success In Londonand < has been secured tor this countrv by J , Duir , will have its lirst American productie In the Philadelphia Walnut. The Swedish song ( iimrtctto company , po sonally conducted by Anna C. Walberg , ai under Thomas C. Lombard's experience management , will commence an oxtondc tour about the middle of October. Tua , the young violinist who Is soon to 1 heard hero , was awareled the grand prize i the Paris conservatory , whan she was bi 13 years of aico. She is now only 2U years oil and has wonderful success everywhere. KHlo Clover , who lias been Ulentilled wll some notable dramatic productions In Kn land , will make her American debut as ti Princess In "Xltka" this week. MUs CIov is a pretty Philadelphia girl who has ctudli her art abroad. Minnie Hauk has been slnginc in Hollai with Immciisu success , at the seventeen musical festival of the Netherlanels. She w complimented with a torchlight procossloi serenades , addresses from the bur omaste and other honois seldom accorded. It Is said that 10,000 persons were prose : at the lirst performance of Gounod's " .lot of Arc" mass In the Rhelms cathedral. Aft the performance Gounod dined with tl arclibishon anet bishop at the arcl bishop's residence. The mass contains r "Creeto. " The ushers In tha Detroit opera house ; lia' been uniformed In white llannol coats ai caps , with brass buttons , as under the ful dress system near signted old ladle's we continually pestering dtieles in swallow tn coats and pasteboard shirts to take the chucks and show them to their scats. A reputable physician who hns made careful study of the effects produced npe young American women who have got abroad for vocal studies , says that only abe one-sixth of the number over return with i good voice as when they loft and less the half of the number with an Improved vole The queen of Spain , who Is n determine Wa jnnrlte , has ordered the director of tl Madric Royal opera to have the "Nlbelui Tetroioity" translated into Spanish and pn duced as soon as possible. For a counti where even Wauner's simpler works are f most unknown this aho vs enthusiasm with vengeance. In the Ilooth-ltarrctt combination M Bootli appears as Brutus and Mr. Barrett i Cassius. in "Julius Ciesar ; " Uooth ns Hai Int and liarrott as the Ghost , in "Hainlot : Uooth as lago and Rarrctt a < Othello , "Othelln , " and Uooth as Macbeth and Ua rett as MaedutT , In "Macbeth. " There mi not be''millions In It , " but It means "b money" to the partnership. Jeaslo Hartlctt DavisIs on her way hon from Kurope , whore she studied for the sui mer In Paris with liagrange. In London hi sang at two private concerts , making so lii an Impression with ono ot her own compo : tlons , "Surcease orBortow , " that the tot was purchased outf luht by Weokes , the Lo don publisher. It ( s sale ) she will now el vote tlmo to composing1 , giving recitals of hewn own songs. ' This will bo a "Fausi" year in tlio thoati cal world , because Mr. Irving is coming wl his munlticent spectacle founded on ( ioutlu traiedy.mul many statre versions of the sto of Marguerite are likely to see the Hid Lewis Morrison has been acting Mephl topheles in the far west lately , and Lou James lias increaseil his repertoire by tl addition of W. S. Gilbert's characteristic se ting of the old tale , ' Manacer CharloELocke has organic his new Knglish opera company and w begin his season In Philadelphia Xovemboi with "Lohengrin. " Ills artists will Inclin Mine. Pursch-Madl , Helen llastrelter , Knin Jii3h , Clara I'oole. Sylva , the tenor ; Harte McGuckln , Carl Rosa's tenor ; Ludwlg , bai tone ; Alonzo Stoddard Black , a now ba tone , anel Frank Votta. basso. Only modest ballet will bo employed. Mine. Pattl , tlio Paris Figaro says , has fan on which are the autographs of all t sovereigns of Europe. Hero follows a sole tion of some : The czar. "Nothing Is soothing as your singing. " The emperor Germany , ' 'To the eiver-siugini ; nightingale ( Jueon Christina , "To the Spanish womi troni u queen who ls proud to have her as subject. " Queen Victoria , "If King Lear right in saying that a sweet voice Is precious gift In a woman , you are the rlchc ofivomen. " The emperor and empress Austria have merely signoeL M. Tlners , the time be was president of the reputil wrote. "Queen of song , I stretch forth i handtothee. " SOME SEPTEMBER SMILES Tba Progress of Eofinement lame as is in Boston , HE SAW NOTHING TO H1NDE Hpoklcssiicss of IMurnla True Lov Illuming Smoothly Not Tlili Btit- 8011 Xruo Greatness A Native ) Texas Poem. The Progress of Refinement. ' I romoniber the tlme.'twas the ago puglllstli When battles were fought In the fashlo . . . called listlc ; Bill Sykcs had a quarrel with neighbor c brother , They icpalred to a courtyard and pummelc each other. Till their faces were black as a sweep's or tinker's , And neither could see , so bunged up wet their winkers. Like true Urltons they struck , while ttiol vlcor abounded , Till their cheeks and their noses to jell wore pounded ; \Vlien so changed wore both men that 'twer needless to show them To their mothers respective , who never coul know them Ono hero at last in this conflict so splendid Would throw up the sponge , and the b.ittl was ended Nextelav they forgot all their frantic cr elcavor. And both were as friendly and jolly as cvei But S.vkes-too refined now for any sue striling , Has given up boxing , and taken to Icnlflnf lint oftone-r to shooting a graceful proceee Ine A revolver's the prettiest sign of good breot Ing. filack eves are a proof of a vulgar condltlor Uut bullets and knives prove a noble nnib tion. So does taste to each ago bring a specls assignment Of manners Improved and of social refine m cut. He 8n\v Nothing to Hinder. Youth's Companion : "Put , " said a American to an Irishman who hnd hitol lamleei and who was staring ut Niagan "Pat eliel you over sec such a fall us the in the old countrv ? " "FiUth , and Imvor did ; but elo yor'see why shouldn't it fall ? What's to provin Us fallin ? That's what I'd like tc know ! " _ l < 'nmn an it is In Boston. New Yorker ( to native Bostoniun- Kxctise mu , sir , but I should bo glaei t SOD the residence of W. D. Howclls , if- Ho9tonum--Novcr heard of the man. New Yorker Perhaps you can tell in where vour famous philosopher , li Oliver Wcmlell Holmes , lives ? " Hostonian Never heard of him , cithni Now Yorker Can you direct nic to Mi John Dostonhui ( with sudden animation- Sulllvnn's saloon ? ( Jo down two square ; turn to tiic right ami there you aro. r 1'lurala. In the prettiest of our neighbor's houses , Tripplfng lightly as the quietest mouses Is amildcn fnlrto view. For though naughty , sly and cunning t foxes Her eyes arn like the radiant ones of exes And as softly brown in hue. Oh , her nose Is jutt the daintiest of noses. And her ankles In their biillianl scarli hoses Are tlm neatest In the town. And she dotes upon the brightest bells an snshes , No cares of how much tlioy take of all hi cashes If they only match her gown. Oh , I love to hear thh music of her two foe When so lie Inly , blithely stepping In the new biiot , They no quickly onward move. And she clances so bcgulliugly on all men , Fllrtim ; roghishlv the tallest of her tall fei That they fairly groan ; with love , True liovo Running Smoothly. She Do you remember that level moonlight nelo we liael at Newport lai summer , Churloy , behind that cute lilt ! donkey ? Ho ( with tender reproach ) Do 1 re member it , love ? As if I could ever fo got it ! She You are nice to sav so , Cliarlo ; ' ; ind do yoii know , dear , I never see' elonkoy without thinking of you. Ho l > lel Not Get Awn- . "You never drink or smoke , elo yo George , elcar ? " siio said. "You know coulei ne'.vor marry a man who drinks an smokes. " George , in a broken hearted tone c voice , admitted that ho eliel smoke nil drink u little ? ; and turned to go. Rut a pair of wliito , twonty-sovon-yea old arms wcro nrouuel his nccK in a me ment. "Never mind , George , " suid the pir "perhaps my wifely inlluoncowill nieiuc you to give tlfcrn up. " His Ijovo IVAS Very Groat. "And do you really love mo , George ? she asked. "hove you ! " repeated Goonro ? " foi vently. "Why , while I was bidding yo gooelby on the porch last night , duar , tli elog bit a largo chunk out of my log , an I never noticed it until I got homo. Lee you ! " _ Not This Season. Their love confess'd. when ecstasy wi o'er , And tliov linel paitlally returned to s asoi "Darling , " said he , "hast over loved b tore ? " "Well , no , " she answered ' -that Is no this season I" _ True ; Greatness. Lifo : "I can tcU you , " saiel M Spricgms , "tho American boy has i him the elements of true groatncs Hero Gariicld began life on the towpat and reached the presidency ; Logan wi n poor farmer lad nnd dieel United State senator , and I &oo hero in this paper ti : story of a poor hid who educated liln self , living on 10 cents n day , until 1 : know enough to enter college. Then li took care of : i horse to pay his expense : nnd now " "What is ho now , papa ? " asked n cln rus of Sprigginscs with breathless into : cst. cst."Now ho is ono of the best bascba pitchers in the country. " A Nntlvo TOXIIB Poem. Greenville ( Tux. ) Herald : Itaokwan turn backward , O time in thy flight , giv us a trost again , just for to-night ; 1 ni so weary of weather so hot , the sweat produces woulel till a big pot ; wonry i collars that wilt like a rag ; weary < tolling away for the swag. A snov storm or blizzard would go very nic put mo on ico. mother , put mo on ice. Ho Failnel With the CotinfcmlKii. "John , "she said , through the koyho of the front door , "is that you ? " "Yosh'm1 ' dear , " replied John. ' "Well , 'truly rural' ' is the countersii ; to-night. " "Tooly looral. " So John slept at jUiotel that night. Dieln't Want HOP Ht < ioKlni s Mussoc Now York Mercury : A Connoctici youth sat facing a bright-looking girl i the supper table. The youth , smitten wii the olmrms of tlio good-looking mail only vented Ills passion in sly looks , ur now and then touching her too with li toot under the table. The girl , cithi fearful of his soiling her wliito stocking or determined to make the youth cxprc what the appcareel so warmly to fee : bore with his glances a llttlo while i silence , nnd then cried : "Now , look here , if you love me , tc mo so , but don't muss my stocking. Tnkmi nt liln V/nrel. "I s'pose you'd take a man's last coj for a drink here ? " exclaimed n rcspoct nbly dressed Individual with a red nos as ho walked in and loaned on the bar o a rallraad place saloon yestorelay. "Will pleasure- , " replied the affable attendant Tito lirst speaker ordered a drink o brandy , which ho quailed with an apprc ciativo gurgle , followed by a smack o his lip : * . Reaching down Into the corner of his pocket the customer resurrected i red pcnnj' , laid it on tliu counter am astonished the bartender with the twi words "Last " : one. OM ) PKOl'1,10 ; Robert 1'leuroy. tlio distinguished Itclgiai artist , at the ago of W still paints with sur passing skill. Kx-Covernnr Holler , tlio oldest living ox governor ot Connecticut , is prostrated will typhoid fever at Ills homo In Lakovillo. Mrs. J. Mc.Mullen of bniigortles , X. Y. , it ono hundred and three years of aite. but cat still cook an extremely eatable dinner. .Ernest LcGouve , author of "Adrlcnne La- cauvour , " Is , although eighty years old , om of the best readers and eanseiirs of 1'arls. Joseph Clllcy , the olelpst ex-United State : senator and a veteran of the war of 1S12 , diec at Notlugham , N. H. , recently at tlio ago * ol ninety-six jears. Sir Ccorgo Pullman and his brothers an preparing to celebrate the eightieth birth day anniversary of their mother next sum mer at the Thousand Islands. At eighty years of ago Arteimis Tticko holds ai > Important post on a plantation nc.i Amcrlcus , ( ! a. Ho weighs 100 pounds , am his wife 420 , but he does not repine. Dr. Alonzo Clark or Xow York , who dice Tuesdnv at the ago of 80 , was an carlygradu ate of Williams college and of tlio New Yorl college of physicians and surgeons. Saturday night at her home In Osage township , Mo. , Mrs. lire > les , onoof Laclede county's oldest clti/.cns , passed away. She is reported to have been in tlio one huudree and thlrel year of her age. Grandfather John Gregory , aged seventy six , WAS married September 14 , eit Rochester lint. , to Mrs. Marv Wheatloy , who is ovei lifty-six years of atro. The aired couple are well known in Fulton county. Mr. Kmmons Raymond , of Cambridge Mass. , who Is olghty-ono years old , starlet Saturday for California , where lm will re open his hotel for the season In a short tlmo , Mr. Raymond Is hale and hearty and has nol missed a day from business for moro than lifty > cars. Two of the oldest priests In tlio worlel re side In Pennsylvania. Ono Is the Ucuo dlctiiio Arclmbbot Wliumcr , of St. Vincent' : monastery , Westmoreland county , and the oilier Rev. Anthony Sehwarzo , pastor of tin Church of our Lady of Mount ( J.erinel. Mln ersvlllo. They were botli ordained In 1KH n Germany. A woman has just died in 'tho town o Saint Nicolas do iiourgcuil at the age of on hundred and seven years. She preserved hei faculties to the last , nte with an oxcollcn appe'tlte , and excelled in slnviugsongs a Don the great Napoleon. She prided herself or having lived during tlio rulgns of six king : and euiperois , only ono ot whom , Louu XVIII , died on the throne. Ten very old ladles atton'ded a rocen church meeting in Now Haven , Conn. Tho1 were Mrs. 1'olly Farren , U5 ; Mrs. Icslr < Farren , Si ; Mrs. Olive Hlackstonc , 83 ; Mrs Rebecca Spencer , SI ; Mrs. Julia Hitchcock 84 ; Mrs. Chloe Uliidseiy , Bl ; Mrs. Cilltis , 80 Miss Jerusha Tyler , 83 : Miss K. Uradlev. 8'i Mrs. Silas Clark Woodbury , m. The ! church membership aggregated 420 years. Charles Shaw-Lol'eivro , Uaron Kvorsloy o Kngland , at ninety-four years old , is still i sprightly and active man In bexly and mind lie is as close a student of current pqlltlcs a : when he wus speaker of the lioiise.tliirty odi 1 cars ago , and as keen a sportsman as over as mav bo Interred from the fact that ho ha : just been purchasing a brace of breech-load inc guns containing all the modern Improve motils Invented by men born since ho passci the meridian of life. R v. Thomas Edwards , agedelghtyfoui years , and tor half a century a .resident o Pitsburir , Pa. , disappeared mysteriously f ron his homo several weeks ao. Jlowaa ccceh trie In his habits and was known o hav had considerable money In his possession A latter was re-cniveej from him yesterday dated Carmartheshlre. Wales , In which In said that he proposed to remain thoie tor th rest of his ditvs , but assigned no reasons fo his sudden departure. His relatives her have ) taken charge ot his estate. Duriiis ; the last week a great many peopli from Hniiterdoii and Somerset counties hav been to the top of Sourlniid mountain to pa ; their respects to Sylvia Uubols , the ncirres. who is 124 years old. For tlio Hist tlmo it her lom : lue Sylvia is sick. She Is not serl ously III , nor docs she sutler much pain , bu she Is eonlined to hei room. The doctors sa1 Sylvia is merely suffering from old aiso am that she is liable to bo bud-ridden until sh dies. Tlio old woman , probably the oldest litho the land , Is as talkative as ever and has i jeyke for every visitor. She Is very poor , nni usher illness Is liable to prevent her frun making her usual autumn tour of the couu ties , the people who know her are taking o sending her moneiy , food , fuel and clolhliiu Sylvia Is nursed by her daughteir Klizabetli who Is eighty years old. KlUabuth is as vlir orous and active as a young girl , and Isstll more than a match for any man ou the mouti tain. tain.Ono of the occasional sights on the street of Hlgglnsvllle ? , Mo. , Is very old colored mai by the name of Ruebon White. Uncle Rube as ho Is generally known , lives near this elt ; and frequently comes into town. It Is ai parent to every one that ho is a very old mai but few knosv his ical ago and he Is prot ably thu oldest man in this state or th United States. Ho himself does not knov his exact age and when asked In what yea ho was born replied : "I dtinno , sah , but : was'bout5 years old when ( Sin'ral Wash ington crossed the river in Virginny'an' 11 the biUleoI Norfolk. 1 'member seeln' liln cross all his army , an' It took all of Sunda an' Monday to not 'em all over. 1 'monibe 'special two red "things ( cpaulctsj on hi shoulders an' do milk white lioss ho rode. 0 yes , sah , I 'members mighty weMl 'bout It.an when elo gln'ral was made president w ' " . " From thii elldn't"nono of us have to work. and oilier statements Uncle Rube must hi 115 years old. The old man is fairly well preserved , qulto able to go about and even t cut a little wood. He was eighty odd year old at the time of the Into war , but does no remember events of that period so well a these ot his early childhood. 111CUG10U3. There are sixty-eight tribes of Indians li our country without Christian missionaries Rev. W. W. Newton , of Pittsiield. Mass Is preparing a history of the .Episcopal churc 111 America. There are 112 Presbyterian churches In th territory of Dakota and 107 ministers. Ad dltlohs last year 1,141. The eleventh annual church congress Protestant Episcopal , will bo hold In Louis ville , Kr. , October 18-21. There are twenty-live regular synagogue nnd seventy-live minor nnd temporary Je\\ Isli congregations in New York city. The eighty-sixth ann > ial session of the Hat tlst congress will bo held In Indianapolis lnd.trom the 15th to the 17th of November. The conference of CongregatlonalHts am liaptists for the purpose of promoting ct operation and union is to bo held In Londoi this month. A bell for the cathedral of Colocne , weigh lug nearly twenty-Savon tons , the clappe Itself being threo-qunrters of a ton , has juu been placed In position with great pomp. It Is reported that the sect of "Soul Sleep ejs" In .lellerson county , Indiana , have a U year-old boy. Pa'chal Porter , for the ! preacher. Ho is said to lead his congrega lions with eloquent earnestness. The Reformed Presbyterian church In thi country has lit ) congregations in its con inunlon , with 103 ministers. Their contrirn , tlonsforall purposes amount tei more thai 200uOO. Thu denomination Is con lined t northern and northwestern stales. The froo-chttrch movement Is said to b growing rapidly In thu Protestant Uplscoria churchs. The efloceso of Albany , In the join tml of the recent convention , ii'ports Churches. 110 ; chapels , -J : free churches an chapels , lib ; churches otherwise supported ! ia. In over two-thirds of the Protestan KpUcopal churches of the land the free-pen system prevails. The principal Hcbtow holidays for th year am : Now Year , .Vil8 , September in nm iio. Day or Atonement. September 2 : Tali crnaclo , first day , October 'J ; Sabbath Here Miltti , OcteiberlS : Hannkkah , December 11 Fust of 'IVbeth , December 25 ; I'urun , Febri ary liO ; Passover , iirst day. March -7:1'ontl : cost , lirst day. May 10 ; Fast of Ab , July 17 September G , 501'J , New Tear's. The Retorined church of Hungary is no new. It has existed since the time of th treat reformation in the sixteenth centurj It has the reputation of being strong , bu somewhat non-procresslve. Of organize congregations there are 1,1 * * ) , with l.WW pi ; tors. It has schools attended by 502,898 u pIK with a.278 teachers. It has theological ImlLs attended by SOO students. Under M direction and at Ils expense services are held occasionally on behalf of scattetol Protest * ants In n'Ml places. FLORIDA FREE HOMES and Orange Groves 10 Orange Grove Tracts of 40 acres. 20 Orange Grove Tracts of 20 acres. 40 Orange Grove Tracts of 10 acres. S130 Orange Grove- Tracts of fiacres. 400 Orange Grove Tracts of 2 } acres. 100 City Uiilldlnc Lots. Wo are irlvlnir nirny n portion e > f emrlnmlt that tlio reitnnlmlor mny bo ercittly Incrotttud In value. 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