Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190?, July 10, 1896, Image 6
. v , rf ' r ffll WW -jjiiMiMPWnjJSW ihwwvp'l wni'i m inwi wiw.in - v 4MMMIIMNMMHM 'CtfOWKlNft THE CZAE. THE IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES .IN -THE 'CATHEDRAL. A atmtriiKl 'Iljr ttio Danithter of British Amliaditttnr Ueirrlblnc tlio tlio Coronation of tlio Lata Cxitr of Ku- ISS MARY GRACE Thornton, daughter of Sir Edward Thornton, describes "Tlio Crowning of a Czar" In tho Cen tury. MIbs Thorn ton writes as fol lows: Tho service begnn with tho Emperor's confes- nlnn nt fnlHi. tvhlnli "vma ep liko our own that I could fol klaw iL easily. Tho metropolitan camo ibrmutl to hear him mako It, and ro sixHided at tho end, "May tho graco of rtlie Holy Ghost abide with theo." 1 understood comparatively little of the mat; bnt they say that tho prayers aro "womlcrfully beautiful. From tho first iBxwwwit to tho last tho Emperor was "tlw central figure. If one looked away, tit waa only to seo how ovcry ono was watching hlm. Ills volco certainly CnoBblcd -when ho began to rord, but iL gained confidence as ho went on, and bo looked (as ho always does, to my xnlnd, with or without a crown) every inch, an emperor. Throughout tho whota Bcrvlco ho boro himself with rcat dignity, and In a manner worthy of such an occasion. After tho creed and tho reading of tho cplstlo and the 'gospel, ho ordered tho Imperial mantlo to bo brought, which was clasped -around his neck with tho collar of St. .Andrew, lifted tho magnificent crown ftron tlio cushion on which It wob pre sented.' and receiving the benediction -from tho metropolitan, "in tho name T tho Father, and vt t'10 Vn. and of rllio Holy Ghost," placed It on his head, aaaS. holding the scepter In his right ftancl and tho globe In his left, seated -fctauKlf. upon his throne, looking a wrjr noblo presentment of a cznr of aiH tho Itusslas. Tho Empress seemed 'to havo-caught something of his air, Jftn: thnrday a eortaln statellnoss was JMldot'to all her charm. She was very pale, but I thought that I had never seen her look moro sympathetic. She bow left her place, and went to kneel 6cIo6 her husband on a cushion which hail been Dlnced for hpr nt liln font iiv rlqp Waldemar. Tho Czar lifted his wa,?rown from his head, and placed It an,'lnstant on horn before replacing it. Then, taking her crown from Its foearef, ho held It In placo whllo tho Ibur Uanics d'honncur fastened It so 'CHroly to her head, These wero Coun tess Adlerberg, Prlncos VlasemskI, PWncesa Kotchouboy, and ono I did not 'ww-the oldest In rank In Russia, I Xwllovo; and they also helped to fasten vthd Imperial mantlo of c!oth-of-gold -anil ermine, of great weight, As tho Ocarina returned to her place, she turned a faco full of emotion tohcrhus tianil. and held out her hand, and ho taklhj; It and stooping down, they -biased each other. His majesty now .-received tho sceptor and globo again, and Emperor and Empress stood - crowned before their thrones and wcar fnjgfJUio imperial mantles, while tho jnrlcsts proclaimed tho titles of tho anlocrat of all tho. Russlas at full length; and tho beautiful chants that :Sollofercd wero drowned In a clanging or bells and a noise that seemed loud nonsh to announce tho coronation to eholo of Russia. During tho sing ing Iho Imperial family left their places ftoi come and congratulate tho Emporor -anfl JEmprcss, tho llttlo Czarevitch "tost. Thero was much embracing and .plenty or tears. It was after this that, aa tie noise of tho bells and eannon died away, the Emporor took tho book Jtrom tlio Metropolitan and knelt to nw. -reading tho prescribed words, ho alone kneeling, while priests and con gregation stood. As tho Emporor roao ftrnnvhls knees we all knelt down, and then followed the prayer of priests and congregation for him, led by tho JontEBUpolItan, the emporor alone stand Injjiln afce crowded church. As I have voald before., this was the most Im preasIvo moment of all. Tho choirs Tiow sang ngaln that beautiful, unac companied singing of tho Greek church, nong;h here It had an accompaniment rot all tho Kremlin belht. After a mag .aiiflcent To Deum tho mass began, In which, before communicating, tho Czar vra3 to bo anointed with tho holy chrism (tho "seal of tho gift of tho Ilqly Ghost") on forehead, eyelids, Taoslrils, lips, cars, breast, and hands. The oil for this anointing lo prepared by tho priests with tho greatest care, In vessels of silver; and they them selves fast absolutely for sixteen hours . Before a coronation, spending tho time in prayer. After the emperor, tho em press Is anointed at the holy doors, but "only on the forehead. Also In tho holy communion sho receives as an ordi nary member of the Greek church; but tho emperor, on tho day of his corona tion, "In view of tho sovereignty that xcsldos In his person," receives as tho r priests receive, in both kinds separate ly. Of all this I saw nothing because of tho intervening pillar. But I did - eo their majesties leavo their thrones, suid e&ndown tho steps of the platform theholy doors of tho screen closely attended by tho colonel of the Choval lers Gardes with his drawn sword, and preceded and followed by endless high dignitaries, returning in the same or ler 'nrter the anointing and tho holy communion. After this there was very llttlo more of tho ceremonial In the cathedral. At tho end of tho usual sefVico thero were somo special prayors and chants for the newly crownad iPalr-Long life to the crowned of God!" and In tho sllonce that followed ihe nriests held up the cross for their majesties to kiss, tho emperor replaced the crown, which ho had laid aside at tho beginning of tho maBS, and, carry ing tho globo and sceptor, moved with tho empress toward tho cathedral doors. HOLE IN A MOUNTAIN. A Mjstorr That Wilt l'robnblr Ncer lie Hnlrmt. For tho last half century tho Ameri can residents of Tucson, Arizona, havo been trying to solvo a mystery In tho shnpo of what appears to bo a holo through a mountain poak In plain sight . from tho town, says tho San Francisco Call. In tho clear, rarefied air it looks to ho only a Bhort dlstanco nway, whon In reality It is nt least forty miles. Tho carlict residents noticed tho phenome non, and tho only difficulty that lay In tho way of finding out just what It was was tho fact that It was InacccBslblo and when they camo anywhoro near tho Bpot tho holo disappeared from sight. In fact, It can only bo Boon from within a few miles of Tucson, and this has lod many people to bollovo that it Is not a holo at all. By tho aid of a good ma rine telescope tho mountain can bo brought to within a fow miles, but not near enough to toll tho exact nature of tho rock formation. An astronomical tolcscopo cannot ho focused on It, as tho mountain Is too near. A first peep through tho glass would load ono to bollovo that thero was no mystery about It. Tho holo nppcars as plain as possible but aovoral days' Btudy of tho Bpot will develop tho fact that tho "holo" does not always look tho samo. Many dnys when tho sky Is dark be hind tho mountain tho holo will appear a brilliant white llko a snowdrift and on days when tho sky Is bluo it will often look so dark as to ho almost In visible. Theso facte havo lod many to think that It is an lmmenso piece of mica, lying with its polished servlco toward tho sky and reflecting tho cloud formations of another part of tho hori zon Instead of being tho light seen through a holo. Viewed with tho naked oyo tho holo simply appoars a white spot, but tho tolcscopo roveals plno trees and other details, although very Indistinctly. The range of mountains In which tho strange peak can bo seen Is known as tho Catallnas and numer ous parties havo made tho attempt to climb It but all havo failed on nccount of tho steep and rugged precipices In the vicinity. This peak Is a high ono and can be seen from any point In tho Journey toward It, but whoa ten miles out of Tucson tho holo can no longer bo seen oven with the aid of a glass. This can bo explained on tho mica theory, as a surfaco of that material would not reflect a ray of light toward a person's eyo after ho got out of Its anglo of projection. One man In Tuc son claims to have climbed tho peak and looked through tho holo Into a valloy oa tho other side. For somo reason ho always refused to take a party up thero and as ho could never toll what ho saw in tho valley nor oven direct others how, to got thero his Btory Is not believed. And so tho mystery of tho mountain remains unsolved and In tho opinion of old prospectors al ways will until somebody Invents a flying machine. How to (Monn Whllo Sailor Hutu. Young women who havo been woar Ing white sailor hats for tho last month aro beginning to look npprehensivoly nt tho stained and soiled brlmB. It is possible, howover, to removo this stain, as any ono can loam for herself. First brush tho hat very thoroughly and carefully to remove as much dry dust as possible. Then add a llttlo ammonia to somo water, and, with a brush and somo castllo soap, scrub tho stained brim till It Is clean. Caro should bo taken not to break or bond tho straw, but If this precaution Is observed the washing will bo fouud very beneficial. If any stains do not prove amenablo to this treatment, apply a little lemon Juice, -which is wonderfully efficacious for cleaning straw. When tho last rem nant has been applied lay the hat on a flat surfaco so that It may dry In Its original shape. Do not attempt to wear it before it Is completely dry. SCRAPS FROM EVERYWHERE. Tho flguro of Britannia first appeared on tho coppor coins in tho reign of Charles II. ' In London a publisher can havo a book well Illustrated throughout for from $125 to $250. London society has developed a new craze midnight cycling excursions In to tho city. Thero is ono firm in Birmingham putting out a thousand Hint guns every week for tho African trade. A resident of Bulnwayo says that up to tho present, taking the whole "dis turbed" area, about eighty white peo ple havo been killed. HISTORICAL. Madagascar waa bo named by the early explorers, from tho Malagasy, or Malays, who inhabited it. Payno, as far as can bo gathered, wrote "Home, Sweet Homo" ono dreary day in October, 1822, In Paris, far from his own home, and In poor circum stances. The age order of Presidents when in augurated was as follows: W, H. Har rison, Buchanan, Taylor, Jackson, Adams, Monroe, Madison, Jefferson, Qulncy, Adams, Washington, Johnson, B. Harrison, Hayes, Van Buren, Lin coln, Tyler, Arthur, Fillmore, Polk, Garfield, Pierce, Cleveland, Grant Tho beaver was numerous in somo localities in the north of Wales In 940 and again in 1188. There are records of them much later In Scotland. Rein deer were abundant In Scotland, and were hunted in Calthnoss in tho yoar 1159. Wild boars wero numerous whon largo tracts of wood gave thtm harbor. IN WOMAN'S COKNEE. CURRENT READINQ FOR DAMES AND DAMSELS. Tlia Ilnti Now Seen Show tho American Girl Iras to Nature -novrnt for the Ilrlde' Mother Lounging flown Fashion's Decreet. HE American girl was never so truo to naturo and to her own self as in her hats for this season. Tho old fashioned blossoms which her grand mother loved mignonette, sweet pea, tho old-fash ioned garden dai sy, heliotrope and tho June rose adorn her hats, and aro massed upon it in that profusion and conglomeration which wo all know so well in tho country garden of somo dear old lady that tho fashionable world has passed by. "What prettier object can ono think of than a sprightly American girl, with all tho bright ways that mako her British cousins bo envious, having on her head a hat of green straw, traced about tho front with green tulle and almost covered with sprayB of mignon ette and heliotrope; then turned up In tho back to mako room for a mass of tho eamo flowers, so realistic that one can almost catch tho breath of their perfume? And ono really does catch that breath, for tho American girl per fumes tho blossoms of her hat with tho extracts from their livo sisters. In quite different stylo is a garden party hat, to bo worn by a brunette. Of yellow silk mull, It Is mado over a wlro frame. Wings of lace, and a bow of silk mull aro used In Its adorn ment, combined with primroses, with out foliage, but of a deeper shade of yellow than tho mull. It is a charming hat, and will look particularly well worn with a boa of the mull. Tho Lat est. For a WoiMIns. Tho gown for tho bride's mother should portray dignity and bo very ele gant. Yot It should bo very quiet in appearanco, a mingling of sorrow be causo her daughter Is leaving and of Joy for tho happiness of her child. Again wo turn to tho wedding of the young woman wo havo in mind. For her mothor a very handsome gown la being designed in gray Batln, brocaded with purple thistles. Tho skirt Is very full, falling in many godct3 about tho back. It is severely plain, not a singlo ornament marring its graceful sweep. Tho bodice is cut somewhat in Louis fashion and is constructed of plain gray satin. Falling in graceful godcts each sido tho front is a largo collar, edged with narrow steel trimming. Tho basque skirts aro slashed and edged with tho samo steel trimmings and turn in front to form elongated revers. Largo steel bnttons adorn each side, a long steel frlngo falling from tho lower ones. A narrow belt fastens the Jacket about the waist. Tho brocaded satin is introduced to form tho sleeves, and purplo chiffon tho vest and collar. Not the least attractive feature aUbut this costumo Is tho tiny toquo of violets and sliver aigrettes, fastened undor the chin with purplo velvet ribbon. It Bits charmingly above tho silver hair and blooming cheeks of tho well-preservod woman who will don It. Tho Latest. Lounging down. Woman is learning tho beautlos of many old-fashioned materials, which explains, perhaps, why dimity has such a bold upon hor now, That most of her A TRIO OF FASHIONABLE FAIR ONES. i tL i! 3J n iPi' V Bummer underwear is mado of thtyt material does not soem sufflclont; sho must needs havo houso gowns of It. If not of dimity, houso gowns aro mado of organdlo or batlsto. This means that thoy aro vory lnoxponslvo and no woman is debarred for econom ical reasons from being very comforta blo in her own room. It takes about ton yards of material to mako a house gown, and very suita ble batistes and dimities may be bought for from 10 to IS cents a yard. jOr, if ono prefers to buy the garment ready made, she may do so at any prlco from 35 cents to the doiiblo numbers. Tho favorlto colors for houso gowns aro, first sea green, then lavender, then yellow. Tho gowns aro mainly trimmed with soft cream lace; indeed, its uso is quito Indlsponsablo to tho proper, fluffy effect of tho garment. Bishop's sleeves, gathered above tho wrlBt undor a small turn-over cuff, or long, flowing sleeves, aro best adapted to these gowns, whllo tho collars may bo shaped merely of a fall of laco or may bo broad sailors, opening In a de cided V in front. Tho Latest. Cnnrenllne tho Fireplace. For the lamp shado nothing Is better for tho purpose, nor moro economical, than tho charming crinkled paper, but how to All up in an artistic manner tho yawning cavity left by tho vanished fire and yet keep tho fire ready laid for the chilly days that will inevitably ar rivo Is alwayB a vexatious difficulty. A lovely llttlo screen will solvo tho difficulty to perfection. It is ono that is quite novel In pattern, yet most easily mado by any carpenter, of plain deal, to bo enameled aftqrward. A lit tle curtain serves tho purpose of hid ing the grato, shelves form a pretty resting place for vases holding flowers, and tho whole arrangement is so easily portable that it can bo moved at will and fulfills its docorative function in any part of the room. A still simpler method is to hang a curtain of cre tonno or silk on a wooden blind pole, cut to fit the fireplace and wedgo tho bar behind the projecting part of the grate above the bars. This Is an easily removable ornament also. The screen, too, might bo less elaborate if the top part wero simply straight Instead of in an arabesque design. High Collar nnil Yellow Nrctcs. Tho long period of favor which tho high collar has enjoyed is responsible for tho yellow condition of most wo men's necks. Tho fashlonablo linen collars are also adding their disfigur ing touches, leaving red lines and wrinkles In their wake. To counter act this and to keep tho neck white and beautiful that one may not be nshamed of Its appearanco when a decolloto bodlco Is worn tho neck should bo bathed each night with warm water and soap and whllo still warm and moist thoroughly massaged with a tea sponful of pure ollvo oil. In tho morn ing it should bo thoroughly washed with cold water and rubbed gently with a soft towel for a fow minutes. This course whitens the skin, makes It Ann and fills out ungainly hollows. Some complexion specialists recommond bleaching fluids, but they aro com pounded of dangerous drugs in most instances and must bo used with tho greatest care or the skin will only be additionally Irritated. Tho lluir Kdltor. "Aro thero not tlmos," said a man, entering the offlco of a busy editor, "when you can write bettor than at other times?" "Yes." "Ah, I thought so. That raon who write aro affected by their environ ment I havo no doubt. Now, toll me, when can you write beet?" "When I am slont," the editor re viled. Indianapolis Sentinel. THE MIOHT OF COOKS. They Make rhtlcxophera, X'hllnnthroplitf, rofltR, Wnr and Fear p. "Tho scriptures say wo must all bo born again," observed tho philosopher as ho ladled out his tablo d'hoto soup, relates tho New York Herald. "That's right," I replied, "but whero did you find It?' "I take it on hearsay ovldence. Bat what I want to say Is that if I am to be born again and have anything moro to do with it than I had the last timo I would bo born a cook." "A cook!" I looked into tho fathom less eyes of ono reputed the best writer in New York. "Yes, sir, a cook. I have lived near ly sixty years, traveled much studied more produced something. I've seen men and women struggling among themselves for existence for a little thing we call reputation and for money. Thoy mako a fow friends by tho wayside, do a little dab of good hero and there, die and aro forgotten. Upon tho hypothesis that we are all placed on earth for a purpose and that purpose Is tho happiness and better ment of our fellow creatures, I ask myself how best can a man live and labor to accomplish the chief end of existence? Is it by robbing tens of thousands and distributing alms to the few? Is it by healing the sick and feeding tho poor? Is It by writing enchanting verses or by fulminating philosophical prose? "My dear boy, I havo concluded that a cook has a greater influence on man kind for good or evil than the greatest of the so-called learned professors. Tho cook makes and unmakes great men, as she or ho happens to be good or bad. I am simply tho product of tho cook. Whatever I have produced the cook is largely responsible for. Bad cookery has made great poets as well as bad husbands and murders through Indigestion. Byron, Shelley, Keats, Poo Indigestion. Caesar, Han nibal, Napoleon all tho bloody con querors of earth Indigestion. Tho physical system tho stomach that boiler and englno room that furnishes the motive power for tho mechanism of tho brain, has for Its fireman and engineer the cook. Cooks murder more persons every year than ever foil In a singlo battle; malm more in the samo timo than wero ever wounded In tho greatest war. Cooks make war pos sible. "But, on the other hand, cooks have wrought both physical beauty and mental greatness. Thoy havo subtly Inspired strength of character and goodness of heart. If they have cre ated tho cynic and tho miser they must bo credited with tho philosopher and the philanthropist. If they aro direct ly responsible for bloody wars they have also Inclined men's hearts to peaco and good will. Even their er rors, as I have said, have made men great, especially in poetry and war. "The cook may die to us unknown, but the product of his art lies in us rnd our work nnd in our blood and bone and brain from generation to generation!" EIGHTY-FOUR YEARS. Oltl Clock Wir h Can llolil It Own with re M 1 -rn Timepiece. J. C. McCoy of St. Louis Is in posses sion of a remarkable clock that has an Interesting history, says tho Boston Advertiser. It was mado In 181C. The aged horologe was originally tho time piece of the old Territorial bank of St. Louis, which was chartered in 1815 nnd -was the first bank west of tho Mis sissippi river. At the close of that in stitution the clock passed iato tho possession of the Bank, of Missouri In 1818. When that establishment col lapsed in 1822 the clock became tho property of tho bank's president, Col. T. F. RIddlck. After his death In 1831 It served as a timepiece for his son-ln-law, tho late C. T. Billon. From him It went to his brother, F. L. Billon. It was kept by him over thirty years, and his death, somo months ago, led up to a condition which has forced tho family to think of selling it During the long period which tho venerable clock has spent In Missouri It has been kept con stantly running, with llttlo if any re pairs, except an occasional cleaning, and records time with excellent ac curacy. It Is what was originally known as a "Wlllard timepiece," being named after tho patentee and manu facturer of that stylo of clocks in Con necticut. Tho clock Is mado in tho fashion of colonial timepieces, the pen dulum swinging In a square box which Is suspended from the dial. That por tion of tho clock which protects tho shaft and pendulum bears painted scenes, one of which is a medlaova) castlo. A Singular Accident. While Frank Faber was making somo repairs under a stone crusher at Devil's Lake, Wis., a screw caught his clothes and began to draw him upward. He grabbed hold of a timber and held on whllo the screw continued to wind and did not let go until every stitch of clothing except his boots was re moved from his body. He was only slightly bruised. I'aper Tolegt-Hph I'olo. Paper telegraph poles are the latost development. Theso poles nre made of maper pulp, In which borax, tallow, etc., are mixed lit small quantities. Tho papor polos are said to bo lighter and stronger than those of wood, and to bo unaffected by sun, rain, damp ness or any of the other causes which shorton tho life of a wooden pole. Most sorts of dlvcvlon In men, chil dren, and othor animals Is an Imita tion of fighting. The flvo o'clook tea Is tho grub thm makes the butterfly of fashion. Trnns-MtaxUiftppf Jnnttrmi. Ouaha, Nebraska, July 3, 1890. Ainonpst the Trans-"Mississippi invent ors who received patents last week wero the following: A. Y. 1 rccmnn, Fullerton, Nebruska, pipe wrench; E. R. Braver, Alliance, Nebraska, sifter or chop grader; Hiram A. Guy, Wood River, Nebraska, band cutter and focd cr; L. M. Hankonsson. Muson City, Iowa, wire holder; William Louden, Fairfield, Iowa, singletree; Deborah Owen, Van Wert, Iowa, skirt protector and L. D. Smith, Waterloo, Nebraska, combination tool. Amongst tho curious inventions nre found a pen wiper In the shape of a duck, which opens and closes its mouth In cleaning1 tho pen; a fence supported under tension; a simplo jar seal; a new match, the igniting composition com prising potassium chlorate and red phosphorus of caelum plumbatc; on electric sign board, the letters of which nro alternately made incandescent; a side-delivery hay-rnko; a pyrotechnic firing device; a gun provided with an adjustable stock; a new plow provided with a rotary screw share, the point of which revolves within the earth in the manner of a cork screw In throwing the soil upward; a lathe for operating tools by flexible shaft; an accelerating cartridge; a packing ring for naip pistons; a curved single-tree; an &u air tight coffin fastener. Inventors desiring free information relative to patents can obtain tho same in addressing Sues & Co., United States Patent Solicitors, Beo Building, Omaha, Nebraska. Why It Is Done. 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