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Now in the public domain. Heavy figures in rustic cloths, or in black coats, slouch about; after a bargain is concluded they enter one of the many little inns to clinch the bargain with schnaps or beer. There is talk of the Autumn manoeuvres—the station is crowded with young rustics in uniform, with here and there an officer noticeably different from the others in the face and figure as if from a different race—and the talk is of shooting; to-morrow begins the open season for partridge and hare.
The animals for sale at the Schivelbein cattle market are neither very numerous nor of high quality, but the prices received appear to satisfy the sellers. It looks fairly prosperous; from the farmers on the market and the men in the inns, one does not get the impression that agriculture is rapidly going to the devil, as the noble lords, spokesmen for agriculture in the Reichstag and the Prussian Landtag, would have Germany believe.
The heavy storms and floods have done little damage in these parts of Prussia; in fact, if one may judge from these people, the wails of the Agrarians are in the nature of political moves intended to impress the Government and keep the rascally Liberals down. Schivelbein is one of those stations at which no one would stop who did not happen to know people there or was not pursued by a general thirst for knowledge, a curiosity, let us say, to find out what a place with so queer a name looks like.
For Schivelbein itself only years is claimed. It is said to have been founded in , but is has a castle which is thought to date somewhat earlier in the thirteenth.
The Schloss at Schivelbein is used for public offices. Its round tower, with shingled bell-shaped top, is a landmark from afar, and works in very picturesquely with the quadrangle of three stories height, at one of whose angles it rises. From the style of its architecture the quadrangle can scarcely date back of the seventeenth century. One side of the quadrangle, where the ground slopes to a little stream, is lower than the other three; here are the old stables, built, perhaps, as late as the last century, with very picturesque roofs.