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^ — AUGOWA, IOWJL THE LATEST NEWS. THE Prussian minuter sf eincation baa issued instructions that female teachers appointed by the department mml give their positions if they get married. * CnscisKAVi has a physician whose works, if equal to his profession, will revolutionize the world. By operations of which trepaning is a part, he says that he can core kleptomania, the drinking inaine, homicidal tendency, dishonesty, bad temper, and other objectional charac (eristics. Sach a man is really needed in Chicago. AFTER NEARLY two years the bodies of the twenty-nine miners drowned or suffocated in the Hill Mine Farm at Donbar hare been recovered. It seems strange, in the liebt of what, human achievement is capable of, that so long a period should bave elapsed before the bodies could be removed. It most not be forgotten, however, that mine explosions play great havoc •with the underground chambers in which they occur and they sometimes furnish almost impossible obstacles to a successful search for the victims. It is poor comfort to the relatives of the dead bodies at this late period, but they will now be given decent burial and all uncertainty as to their fate and whereabouts is at an ec d. IT requires physical as well as moral courage to tell Southern bulldozers of their sins, but Revivalist Cnlpepper, who is calling sinners to repentance at Brunswick, Ga.., seems possessed of both. Some of the young men did not like his preaching, and bnmed his gospel tent. Then he was warned by "White Caps" to leave the place, on pain of severe punishment, bat he immediately anaoonced that be would preach to the White Caps. He held his --errices ia the public square, and E£ -Sri* particaiariy attentive to the Wiiiic Cap? La his sermon. He is sti'l preid-i=^ there, and if the White Caps TTisi to kas-s what hs I* saying of them thrj isT<e OK!T to accept his invitation to Ths 3irgraTt~ pearU, —inch caused j Mrs. Oibcrce's cc-srcfall, are soon to le j acetkmed cS in London. * * * George VVasLicgton was commauder-is- chief of the arnij: at the age of 4-3; Crom•well entered'arxn his remarkable career; at-29; Napoleon .conquered Itaiy before he j was 30; Gladrtenewas a member of oar. j liament at 23; Macaulay begin his literary career at 20; Columbus started oat on his voyage of discovery at 33; Frederick the Great began the thirty years' war at the age of 30, and Bhekstone had finished his commentaries before be was 85. » * » If there ever was a sailor whofe efforts to fave his ship wers as tireless s= they were heroic, it is Captain Heinecke, of the unfortunate Eider, who never lost heart or hope while she was on the.cruel rocks of the En lish Channel, at.d who, for two long and weary months, has spent night and day in planning; and effecting her rescue and in bringing her into a port of safety. While Germany has such sailors she will always hold a proud position on the ocean. * * * The list of Boulanger relics disposed of in Brussels last week makes a rather pitiful showing of the once brave general. In the collection were sixteen portraits of the fallen bero himself, seven silver ecarf-pins in various forms, one resembling a carnation, another being tha shape of a general's hat, and a third making a star with the figure 13; a swcrd of honor, with inscription thereon; a score of caues and cigarette holders, a isumterof notebooks, two candelabra, three candlesticks, some pieces of furniture and a few ring^, studs and buttons. « * * A correspondent writes from Paris that she recently saw th* fanioab "Wauters portrait of Mrs. Deacon, which was destined for the salon, and furnishes this description of ii: "A faco ratber round than oval, straight nose, extremely small mouth and ripe, full lips; a somewhat massive chin and a pair of real blua eye,-, the whole surmounted by light brawn hair. The complexion is fair, with u trace of rich, warm blood; tae fifrur.? lithe, yet full, the arais superb. She is depicted in a creamy robe of satiu, the shoulders and waist encircled wi r n pearls against a background of violet plush. The portrait is a striking likeness, and gives that combination of candor with semu'ility \vhich strugt'lefe for mastery iu the eyes and mouth." * * * The queen of Portugal is the most dressy lady in Europe.. She buys costumes, bonnets and hats wholesale. Her pale complexion and auburn hair permit of any kind of headgear. * * * Rubinstein, who is again playing in Europe, with a possibility of coming to this country, h;u adopted au effective plau to prevent encores. Before he comes back upon the stage in response to applause he bas an attendant mount the platform aud lock up the piftno. * * * The indications are that Secretary Blaiue and family wilJ spend the summer at their Augusts, Me., aome, painters and decora- , tors being aow at work upon it. GENERAL NOTES. THE negroes of Clark county, Ark., are said to be planting an exodus to Africa, THE French Budget committee has aj>- proved the proposed credits for Chicago fair purposes. Wooi, is advancing in the London market, and American dealers expect a similar movement in domestic wool. THOUSANDS of cattle have perished in the recent storms in Oklahoma and Indian territory. WIU.IAH L. TBENHOLJC. formerly comptroller of the currency, has been elected President of the India Rubber trust. GoTEBjfOK ABBETT, of New Jersey, disapproves the bill legaliEing the Reading combine, and has filed his objections thereto. PEBC will send to the world's fair representatives of all the principal Indian tribes found in the Peruvian forests. MBS. WELTHKA LITTLE SPBAGCE, widow of Hon. Seth Sprague. died at Roxbury, Maes., at the age of 103. PBOFKBSOB Richard T. Ely, o£ Johns Hopkins, has accepted the pieridency of the Bay View. Mich., Summer University. GEOBOIA lumber firms have united in a trust, and will share all oruers equally. The organization will be governed by a central office at Mackon. DB. PABKHUBST, the New lork preacher, has received eleven letters threatening big life if he does not desist in his crusade against Time in that city. RtruoB was in. fcirculation at Washington that Representative Hitt, of Illinois, would be appointed minister to France. lir. flltt said it was the first he had heard of it THE total enrollment of students at Michigan university is 2,806 and the actual attendance 2,692, which is 34 more than Harvard's. JUSTICE L. Q. C. LAKAB, of the United States supreme court, is in s precarious condition of health. He ha? had several hemorrhages of the lungs within a few days. WILLIAM DSSAMOBE, of East Liverpool, Ohio, died Friday, aged 103; he served in the war of 1812 and ia the Mexican war. THE stormins and capture of Puebia under General Diaz was celebrated in the citv of Mexico Saturday, with great demonstratiocs in favor of his re-election as president. The first consignment from Minneapolis consisting of fourteen cars for the cargo of the C-'Etmacgh, to be sent to Russia for the relief of tte famine-stricken peasants, has arrived in Philadelphia. A FIGHT has occurred between Mexican troops and tho Yaquie Indians at the Gab:ac mines. Three Taquies were killed and one wounded. No soldiers were hurt. Tue affray grew out of the arrest of seve-al Yaquies suspected of preparing for a raid. POBSIGN. FIVE bandits were shot at San Pedro, Ilex., Wednesday. Two hundred dynamite cartridges have been stolen from colliers at Liege. FOBTT women of YiJina, Russia, are to be tried for infanticide. FIKE in <• anda'av, the Capital of Bnr- mah, has caused losses of £1,000,000. Ax overloaded steamer in the Black Sea is said to have gone down with all of the 200 passengess on board. BY a tail of coal iu the Zufall colliery cear Hirschberg, Tussday, three miners were killed. Dis & PHTFE.New York bankers, were robbed of between $60,000 and.a70.000, by employes. PEASANTS in Kieff, Russia, are selling their children for a few roubles prior to emigrating. IN Belfast, Ireland, Wednesday for some reason unknown, Allan SpiUer mur- deied his wife and two children with a hammer. THE "Nonna," or Nun-moth, has reappeared in myriads and the forests of all south Germany are again threatened with destruction. WEST AFRICAN advices state that King Samory has defeated the French expedition, under Captain Menard. Mentrd and hundred of his native troops >vere killed. THE British house of commons Monday rejected a motion in favor of popular ticketed parish councils to carry out the provisions of the small holding bill. SIR HENKT ISAACS, former lord mayor ot London, is among a number of men indicted for couspiricy to defraud the H&.-ia.rd Publishing Union, which rocentlv I failed for 830,000. BUD PRICE, of Rxkfield, Ky.,killed a negro named Bud Malono. The 'leputy sheriff who tried to arrest the niurdeivr was ait.'.ckrd by Prica and his brother-in- law aud shot them both dead. FIVE tons of guu-cotton exploded Monday night in St Petersburg at the stale smokeless-powder factory. The buiUi- ing and nine workmen in it were blown to iitoms and the whole city w«s shaken. PATTI'S dog Ricci is dead. The diva and ber husband, Sig. Nieolini, -iuu.y to him in his last hours.but oven §5,000 songs were powerless to save him. Two dynam'te cartridges exploded in front of She house of one of the foremen of the mine at Serang, Brussels. The house was considerably damaged but no one wiiti injured. Hits. MONTAGU, on trial at the Dublin assizes tor inflicting a punishment on her child which resulted in its death, has beau convicted of uumsluughtfr and sentenced to one year at hard labor. A BEKLIN soldier fired at u man who hud threatened him with :i knife. The bullet wpnt thiough tbo man's body and severely wounded another person. RAVACHOL, the Paris anarchist recently arrested, pos.se.-sts a regularly sigiuul permit authorizing him to get 1.500 dynamite cartridges from the government stores. stills were foand by the officers in the N. C. ADAMS, fcf Bristol, tean., was fatally shot by Ms wife's paramour J. R. Jordan. WILLIAM MAIEB. of Wheeling, shot and killed his wife because she would not give Mm a kiss. G. E, Wrests, of Lakeport, N. H., killed his wife, Brasilia A., on Monday, because she was seeking a divorce. » A BOT of seventeen was convicted of murder ia th* second degree at Dnbuqne, Iowa. He killed a street car driver, whom he and an accomplice were trying to rob.^ JAJCES C. TALMAGE, who fatally shot Telegraph Operator Didd at Brunswick, Mo., has been releas^, owing to the inabitity of the rtate to obtain wit ness. MBS ROSE HAWKINS, a respected member of the Methodist Episcopal church of Harrousburg, K;., c mmitted suicide by throwing herself from a dif£ near her home. WAITS E. SHAW, Chicago, is said to have confessed that he killed his mother and aunt with a razor in order to get $40 with which to continue a spree. A. KTBK and M. MeGowan, of West Melville, La., quarreled about a rich widow. A duel was fought with Win- che«ter rifles and McGowan was instantly killed. AT Lithonia, Ga., the men who fol- **. a. ,aj**uwu-»(*j \* (*•> UJG LL1CU W JJU i.Ui * i • lowed the two negroes accused of the rape J aQnt8 °_ r wt \! n of Postmaster Brown's daughter, have dam ' where he returned, saying there is no use of further pursuit as the negroes are "lost." It is generally understood they were lynched. FIRES AND OASTJALTIBa THIRTY buildings iu the business "portion of Greenville, Mass., were burned Friday, the loss aggregating $100,000. IT is reported that thirteen people lost their lives by the burning of the steamer Golden Rule at Cincinnati Thursday. A LARGE amount of cotton and numerous dwellings in New Orleans were burned, the losses being over 33,000,000. A TBESTLE wasted out at Sabu'a, Mo., and a freight train plunged into the gap. Fireman Rogers was killed ant) two other trainmen injured. CHOXKILL'S furniture factory at Piqua, Ohio, w»s destroyed by fire Tuesday night; loss, 5150,000, insurance, $60,000. FIVE men were fatally injured by the explosion of a locomotive boiler at Long Island City Wednesday morning. THE explosion <jf a can of naptha set fire to and so caused the destruction of the chair factory &t Ofset'6, Mich. Loss, 820,000. A FAMILY of seven persons in Fort Madison, Iowa, who lived above a store, were burned to death Tuesday night in a 5re whkh consumed the buildingf A. GAS explosion in the Chickies Company's furnace, near Marietta, Pa., caused a. large fire loss, and resulted in the death of John Grosh. ROBEKT REYNOLDS, a freight conductor on the Great Northern, -was instantly tilled near Ojata Monday. A HusGAiUAif at Johnstown, Pa., was instantly killed Monday night -while trying to light his pipe at an electric light. THE ten-year-old child of William Welch, of Gainesville, Tex., was burned to death. She had been baking mud pies over au open fire and her clothes became ignited. THE boiie r in a lumber mill at East Jordan, Mich., blew up Monday morning, instantly killing six persons and injuring more than a score besides, some of whom will die. . A BANANA train on the Illinois Central was wrecked at Milan, Tenn. Damage, $50,000. Conductor Phillips and Joe Aguso, of New Orleans, were badly in jured. THE BERil SCHLOSS Interesting 1 Accounts of the Manner in Which the Kaiser Dines in State. Spirited Revolutionary Reminiscences of a Brare Attempt to Occupy the Sebloss. Graphic Fen Pictures of the Kaiser's Reception, and the Royal Appartments. William II, is the first King since the creation of royal Prussia by Frederick I, in 1701, who recognized the Berlin Schloss as his official residence and there spends the social season. Indeed, he makes the immense pile facing the Lustgarten his headquarters daring the whole of the year, whenever he visits tbe Capital, either on returning from his summer across from Post, a P lac ? Two Men Inside. An old Indian had borrowed some tobacco from a white man. After he had got to his wigwam ha found some money rolled up in the tobacco, and at first was quite delighted to get it, thinking only of how many pounds of tobacco it could be exchanged for. But during the night the Indian grew restless and could not sleep, the thought of the money began to trouble iiim, and he could not make up his mind that it belonged to him. So the next morning he rose bright and early and came and asked for "the white man." Upon his appearance the Indian said, "I found some money in the tobacco you jave me." "Why didn't you keep it?" asked the white man. •'Because," said the Indian pointing to ais breast, ''I've got two inen here." One man say, 'It is Hot mine, give it back to the owner.' The other man say, 'Keep it, it is yours.' Then the other man say, •No, no, give it back, it is not yours!' and the other man say, Tes, yes, itj is youis, keep it!' So 1 don't know whut to do, the two men inside kept ta king all night, and thpy so trouble mo 1 Dring the money back, and now I 'eel good," HARRISON GKTS IJ CRIME. JOSEPH LEICUTEU, of Dayton, mortally wounded his wife aud two daughters with a hatchet. Fouv moonshiners have been landed iu, jail atPiueville, Ky. Tsvo large illicit)wu^uoWoby'tu'i John L. Sullivau'd Miiui»i;or is Arrested mill Viiuxl. DECATUH, 111., April 7.— A train carry- g John L.Sullivan's company stopped ng at Clinton today and to see the champion company stopp the crowd rushed in Du»ienn 13. Harrison had his ojrns sti/pped on, and im altercation followed, Harrison lucking the hi- trudt'r from tbo oar. Tho city marshal boarded the train, knocked Hairisou down with a club and took him out. Sullivan prote-itod against Harrison's arrested without u warrant, but the sheriff ordered him to shut up or he would be im-ested, too. lltvvrison was discharged by a justice, but a stutu warrant charging him with assault v.'iis sworn out mid he was again arrested ami fined $25 and costs. Uo joined the company hero to- mght fooling somewhat sore from the clubbing. Passengers Kay the trouble was caused by thojuiirslwl's uauif TVUCJ.C J-ic jju-uaujwa a £/iav^ cuuivau similar in magnitude and grandner, the Neues Palais, so called. Frederick I., who in the year 1716 furnished the Sehloss, founded in the fifteenth 'century, left it a bad name. It was at this castle his court spent one-fifth of the Kingdom's entire revenue in aping Louis XIV. And this revenue was at the time only 4,000,000 thalers, 1,000,000 less than the present sovereign's annual salary. He suscessor, Fredrick William, the parsimonious, detested the place where his lordly father had entertained 142 different classes of servants on the fat of the land. He never set foDt into it except on state occasions. Frederick the Great hated the Schloss almost as much as Berlin and sent all his grandfatder's silver treasurers stored there, the immense chandeliers, massive tables and chairs, etc., into the mint. Frederick William II. and III. also kept aloof from the Schloss, the one because he preferred the air and country lassises of Potsdam, the other for economy's sake. BEVOLtJTIOXAKY BEMIKISCEXCES. Frederick Williatn IY. made a brave attempt at occupying the Schloss, but when the revolutionists of 1848 made him appear on the grand balcony to doff his chapeau before the victims of his s&Idiery, ho became so disgusted with the ill-fated pile that be never dared look at it afterward for fear of bringing on appoplesy. For the same reasons the late Kaiser Wilhelm was opposed to a residence in the Schloss. He had attended the balcony scene in his disgraced brother's soite and deeply felt tne significance of the event, which Feadinand Freiligrath thus describes in his great poftm, li The Dead's Appeal to the Liviag:" "Off came liis hat— he crouched— The royal pnppet, who bat Te.terdav appeared as a comedian." But that wasn't all. William had also grave personal reasons for disliking the palace. On March 20, 1848, he, then prince of Prussia, was forced to hide in one of its inner chambers to elude the enraged populace, who stormed the castle gates to secure- his person. Tbe rioters failed to find him and in their anger threw the gates into the .Spree, where "they had intended to depos-ir the prince. Some years later these gates weie fished out of the river and re-erected, a standing reminder of a Hohetzjlien's weakness. The present Emperor caused them to be removed and replaced by magnificent specimens of the wroughter's art, THE KAISEB'S APARTMENTS. Not until the last trace of taem had disappeared did tha proud kai>er make his entrance into his arice=trai hi.ils, where lie occupiis the appartmen's f irmerlj inhabi- ed by his late uncle, Frederick Charles, the famous Red prince und conqueror of Metz, a gentleman whe never cared a rap lor the historical and revolutionary reminiscences that made the Schloss odious to the other members of the royal fsmily, but considered it a good place to live in as he had no place of his own. The building itself has undergone no alterations since it became once more the royal eeadquarters. Emperor William .has bpgun the construction of an annex to' the White Hall, it is true, but as it will not be finished for the next twelve months it must not be taken into consideration here. THE WHITE HALL. The hall is one of the most beoutiful in the world. Like all stated appartments of the bchloss its appointments and "decorations are of the first Frederick's period when 4,000,000 of downrtroddeu people were reduced to abject poverty in order to equip the newmade King's new re*i- dence with regal splendor. On the While Hall, especially, was money spent with a lavish hand, for didn't the kin if, during the course of its erection securo the services of Douiinico C.tetano tonte de fiuggiers, the alchemist, who claimed to have invented a process of making gold? What was the use of stinting oneself for the sake of a few paltry millions (from one's people's pocket*) it the Italian promised to create untold kin, iijvuded the limited precmcfe and Smpletely filled the test of the avadable space. While these ladies and gentlemen were quarreling for P«ced<mcej »d muttering under their breath, I looked thioagh a'narrow window to catch s ghniDseof the approach of state coaches drawing up into the court yard below. There were the foreign amb<«sadors' and the nobility s old-time "rococo" carriages of ark- like dimensions, painted in bright colors, red and green, blue or white, glittering with gold and crests galore, and with pigtailed, silk-stockined servants hanging on to showy straps in the r^ar. Four or six richly harnessed horses galloped gaily in front of these cumbersome ambulance?, their drivers constituting a whole circus in themselves, with their lace?, tassels and cords, three cornertd hats, immense furs and bouquets, their gold headed whips, and above all their haughty airs. Now the guards sound a call— the blue and silver coach of Prince Frederick Leopold has arrived, and it looks as this Ciceaus among the Prussian princes had squandered a fortune on the equipage, whose six black stallions are driven from the saddle, and pioneered by buglers. Another call; this is the Princess Frederick Charies. by her late marriage, Baron- •nr. I..-.- ess von her tall Wangenheim >( ''carosaiers.'' Six no t e( j of them in golden accouterments, with ostrich plumes on their heads, strut before the gilded chariot, which is completely filled by the lady's court train and furs. The emper or's only unmarried sister, Princess Marguerite, arrived in a coach of equal splendor, bat unattended by her mother, who is still indisposed. It was now 6:30 o'clock and the guests began to appear in large numbers at the door of the "Saal," where they were received by chamberlains all in silks and gold lace, swords studded with precious stones at their sides. These dignitaries showed each ons his or her place, and fre qnently whispered a final instruction to the younger people. The tables were set in a square of two long and two short an' gles. It is impossible to describe the pomp and magnificence of their decoration. Candelabra, weighing hundreds of pounds in solid gold, with silver pedestals, alternated with flower and fruit stands of the same precious metal. Then there were beautiful Sevres vases, get off by gold bronze, and show-pieces of wonferous design. The service waa of gold and enamel, the \inen silk-like in texture and the porcelain band painted. The scent of flowers floated through the mighty room,at whose furthermost end two fountains of aromatic waters were playing in a bed of greens. Now Prince Stollberg, the grand chamberlain, taps his golden staff on the parquetce, the sruarde- du-corps musicians divided in two orchestras and stationed opposite each other on the galleries; place their silver cornets (also an inheritance of Caetaao-FredQrickl ) to their mouths, a dead quiet -ensues the court is about to eater. Thirty to forty pages in red and silver doublets, velvet knickerbockers, white silk stockings, and gold shoes, headed the procession, followed at a measured distance, by the grand masters of ceremonies, stewards, gentlemen, ushers, etc., all in elaborate costumes. The Emperor, conducting his aunt, the Princess Frederick Ckarles, came next, the empress, at the side of Prince Frederick Leopold, and a long train of royalties. The imperial "Military Household" and a detatchment of body guards, wearing the picturesque costume of the great Frederick's tiu.es, bring up the rear. The moment the kaiser appeared before bin guests a brilliant fanfaronade was enacted by the two music corps, while everybody bowed low andsmiled^serenelj. Kaiser and Kaiser- in took their seats under the throne bewerer, gained with every eenten finally rang oat clearly and with cutting sharpness. He carries hi? rer in his yoicc, and is a fine speaker from an American's standpoint, ' twenty minutes after the kaiser had finiS. ed. the company broke up to assemble the dancing hall, whither I was not CONGRESS. FBTUAT, April 1. SEXATE.—Mr. Peffer introduced a bill to aathorize the secretary of the treaetm to exchange treasury notes at par f or i outstanding United States bonds. Jj,"-| Vilas offered an amendment to increase the appropriation for Indian, schools which led to considerable discussion. Mr' Hansbrough also offered an amendment which was agreed to, for a commission t! i negotiate with the Turtle band of Chickj- saw Indians of North Dakota for the cession of the light and interest they claim in tbe lands. HOUSE.—The house passed a resolution authorizing a thorough investigation oi the census office by the census committee The silve'r bill was again discussed in committee of the whole, after which the honae adjourned. SATURDAY-, April 2. HODBK.—The free wool bill waa again taken up in committee of the whole, and discussed at some length. Messrs. Me- Kinney, (dem.) of New Hampshire. Wilson (Mo.) and Cummin gs (N. Y.) _ speaking in favot of the bill. Mr. Bui-1 rows (Mich.) opposed the measure, claiming the agitation as unfortunate, as it disturbs business, and alarms and unsettla capital. MONDAY, April 4. HOUSE.—A bill absolutely prohibiting anjr Cnineee, whether or not the subject ot China (excepting diplomatic and consular 1 officers and servants) from entering the j United Statssj and nrohibiting any who may hereafter leave the United States, j from returning, was passed by a vote of 178 to 43. Mr. Springer was given a roval reception on his appearance in the house to-day, after his long illness. The I free wool bill was then considered, and Mr. Burrows (Mich.) moved to strike out from the first paragraph the provision which j places ' all wools" on the free list, but without a vote the house adjourned. SENATE.—The free silver bill was brought up by Mr. Morgan, when a somewhat extended debate ensued, but no decisive action being taken on the measure, the senate E djourned. i TUESDAY, April 5. SENATE.—Considerable time was occupied in considering the Indian agency question. Mr. Cullcm sooke at. some length against the appointment of army officers as Indian agents. Mr. Proctor iook the floor and argued in support of the proposition. Mr. Dolph moved that the house Chinese exclusion bill' be referred to the committee on foreign relations. The morion prevailed and the senate /adjourned. HOUSE,—The free wool bill co: to occupy the attention of the the?if to- A lengthy debate occurred to.daytHtBtu effort to bring the bill to a vote wi ed off. A bill was favorably rpmlMrt>d fa reclassify railway postal clerks, adds two more classes at salaries ceeding 8160 and §180 per year, increasing the maximum salarie; other classes except the first b< $100. WEDNESDAY, April 7. The silver bill was brought more in the senate. Mr. Wolcot Colorado, epoke in glowing t< on behaJf of the measure. The bill was taken up and occasion , - — — - mini I V4-F-*. r, u~* *.U~J».%.U 1*>J C»UU. VS\^VOf 1 opy on the right of the hall after k»tia.g z. three hoars' debate. Onhnotioa of all around to greet their frisE<i?_ Kot i Ppi-ri'rw.-ir ^lTnBT,^moT^^= ™,.,, around to greet their friecd,?. Kot until all royalties and the cbaEcstkT -arer* seated, did the other gueats artespt to follow suit. Immediately a.ftes-»-sjd the serving of the meal began. goce through , . , , f - ------- - — rapidity with wciea the disaes were changed, I pitied perthaBcs had come real hun- The menu was quickly with- asd 2= I viewed the those gry to ibe faa.i'_ Tae iispsia! fazaily were waited on by the pagss, wto received the silver and gold plates from the hands of the liveried kam- meriaggers. Ihis is a curious title for "butler," to be sure. The literal translation huntsman," and describes is an 'chamber- occupation were voted down, on the measure the When the White Tlio Thin of IiiHiinlty I'nmiol lio ur>;i>il In uxlonuullon of u 10 conduct of hosts of pi'oplo wlui cinistiinily inllict injury upon Ihtsms'olvcs, iiiul lay thu foumliitlou for serious anil illsjisU-ous bodily UoviMo by Hu> vise, iu season anil out of season, upon slight necessity ami wiUiinit iliscvlmiimtion, of drastic ruuciubl'e c-i- thurtles and imlsonoiis mlmtriil diola«o"U8<— iiotiiblyllm various forms ot uuTcm-v-io relieve, simply I'onstlpiukMi, a complaint remoiliable - lt any slaije l.y Uio pm-slsleiil use of Ho<u-Uor" Slomiu-U Hlllors. This famous rim" v never tripos, uvnviiittiis loo copiously or weakens the bowels. If there Is uny other'tonic tinenem iu or out of tlm pliarmticopieiii o f which tins can truthfully bo salil, we are uimwuro of it Abaudo \lw fatuous httblt ot (losUm aud use this rvKulnlor, which also not * • • aclis and diuonlerud live..,, ral^iu, ulceplostineDs, loss of oceans of-gold at will? Hall was finished and his majesty confronted with national bankruptcy, Caetano was a: judged a fraud, and hanged on a girded sallows, together with his mistress, whom he had recommended to the king s mercy. Frederick thought it a most magnanimous act to allow her a mere commoner, to die ou a srild^d «al. lows This was in 1708. Poor Caetano and bis^traugely enabled mistress are for- , continues as f he ull- aduured and far-famed bauquet'hall of Kings Its ancient crystal and silver ciiundeliw. are now provided with thousands of insactescent lights- there are several modern paintings on the Ion" stre.ched walls and statues of "now" men in toe marble niches, but the general -ispi'ct lias remained unchanged for -earlv two centuries. -=<"'» which, 1 am glad to sav, has gone out of date long ago—at the European courts, at least._ The office and tbe title were created in those good old times when nobody e er dreamed of taking a bath. Of these lackeys there was an almost endless variety. To each guest was allotted ons for personal ssrvice, that ia about 600 oa this particular occasion, besides an army of supernumeraries running to and fro. The. kaiser and kaiseriu partook heart- ilv of the various dishes and sipped their wme with fine appreciation. It looked to me as if the kaiser was especially fond of fash, probably because it does not require the use of a knife. His majesty has onlv one hand above the tablecloth, the heavily jeweled and massive right wieldina the golded knife-fork. Before- him stood a slant silver vessel, a full- rigged man-of-war of the great elector'* period. Chancellor von Caprivi and the old General von Pap? were seated opposite their majesties, with whom they conversed in quite a chatty style. Tkere was not much ceremony wasted anyhow. Everv- opdy laughed and talked as he or she pleased, m a quiet raannfr of course but jvt without special reserve. Only one custom struck me as reminiscent of the stately old etiquette. When the emperor intended to drink a quest's health he called out the name of the person, who stood up in lyilitary fashion and drained his glass while looking the kaiser full i a the face. The empress, who looks best when she smiles appear?! to great advantage throughout the dinner. She wore fa green watered silt, cut very low no** urnnil.-\w£ti) U.. .1 £ »V . ' Xr ™ looker on m That was my ago. a Kaiser m never to l« ,. dpoiot of a tue musicians' gallery standpoint a short time -, s a spectacle , , lcm iie her wonderfu bust free. Her jewels were pear s and diamonds, with a brillUnt- rtuddPd father iu the tiara. The Prince* FwdmcK Charles, once the beauty pur racellenco, and still a fine woman displayed, as usual, her pencbaut for roval The ^' Pettigrew amendments were agreed to appropriating ^187,039 for com' peaeattng the Crow Creek Indians for JOES in receiving a diminished land allotment; £50,000 for the construction of two Indian industrial'. schools, one near Chamberlin, and the other near Rapid City, South Dakota. HOUSE.—The attention of the house is still occupied in consideration of the fre« wool bill. A motion by Mr. Burrows to strike out the word "wools" was rejected. Several amendments submitted to the jurisdiction of the bill ' ' After a long debate house adjourned. THURSDAY, April 7. SENATE.—A petition was presented by Mr. Dawes for the naturalization of such Chinamen as came to this country before the passage of the first exclusion act with the intention of making it their permanent home. The bill for the appropriation of funds by the United States and the District of Columbia for the entertainment of tbe IT. A.. R. encampment in Washington, caused a lively discussion. The bill however, went over without action. The free wool bill was received from the house and referred to the finance committee, and the senate adjourned. • " HOUSE.— Mr. Cobb, of Alabama, sab- uivtted the minority report on the Rock- well-Aoyes contested election'case. Bills were reported to makej Laredo, Texas, a sub-port of entry, and to authorize the Continental Bridgo company to construct a bridge across the Rio Grande river at or near Brownsville, Tex is. The house then proceeded with the f-ea wool bill, Mr. \Vilson, of West Virginia, closing the debate with a strong arraignment of tbe principles of protection. After his speech thp. bill was passed by a vote of 192 to 60, two democrats— Babbitt and Miller, of u isconsin—voting in the nesrative. LOSES A A Young Man'Accidentally shot' Huntiiig: Xear liarabuo. BARABOO, Special Telegram, April 7.- lt is now believed that Roy Herrick, the young man who was severely wounded in the miee by a companion while huntinj? ducks, will recover. Herrick was Dossing through a patch of wood a few feet" in advance of his companion, when the latter f -"-" and accidentally discharged his gun, roll ,ue s.rongly of the lameuupr d- eric. III Sr.e has beautiful, soulful mil,! mein. She is and c-vf * above .A b l d ^ eu advised to climb up into the loft about o7,; hourbeforT t S? W?« 1 had K< iu^t JfJ- f -V 1 th ? f £ u -t row ' wh ^ an privileged officials, with tiiei — ....... luciu. O mj ls siigntiv abo\-A medium height ana sounwhat slim. This joiing woman abhors roval r omp in dre«s -the fashions of the day ate good enough diamonds. 8We ' M ^ Saphires aSd Tbe dinner lasted for about the entire enarge entering Herrick's knee, shattering the bones and leaving nn ugl? wound. The boys were two miles from home ami by the time assistance arrived Herrick almost bled to dsath. The Joe- ters amputated the limb four inches abo« the knee this morning.. CAl>l'UUEU AX ANARCHIST- !J Madrid AutUorWes Get a Mau and V«W' able Information. MADRID, April 7.—An anarchist: iitz was arrested at Bilbao and papers, revealing the plans of his < leagues, were found in his possession. 1- f police -are making strenuous efforts tofi« ( | Munoz, the prime mover among the W-, The Spanish government W| the governments of W" that Spsiu is disposed to; . informed countries any simultaneous phw to suppress ' dusts.

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