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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, August 13, 1896
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BPIPIW '.;•'. ; • -^ i;-:,'•.-.': OOKNEE. new tall goods. While many-merchants nre stuck on unseasonable goods ind lire using every means possible to pot.' them onto their customers, John Gray comes to the close, of the season In gfand shape nnd is able to take nd- TanUge of the vr.ry low Eastern niark- ' «• for cnsh and Rives his customers dean, new fresh Roods away below old eairrted over stock, • : . P. S.—Come and see the difference. OAHY JOURNAL. snmisihed evrry d»y In the w««« (except Monday) by the Lor»n»port Jour- .nal Company. _ w H WRIGHT rr7, ....... Pr««ldeni 7 HA^T . .V..V. ....... Vic. Pre.ld,m C W. OBAVES.... ................ Secretary • B. BOYER. . . ........ ~. ...... .Treasurer per Annum, per Month.. 40 Ofllclal Paper of City and County. fEntered as *econd-cla»B mall-matter »t >%» Tx>gan«port Post Office. February i THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1800. REPUBLICAN TICKET. 'For President. "WILLIAM McKlNLET, JR., of Ohio. •For Vlcc-prenldent. . • OARRETT A. ftOBART ot New Jersey. For Governor, JAMES A' MOUNT of Montgomery Co For Lieutenant Governor. • W 3 HAGGARD, of -Tlppecanoe Counly For Secretary of State: WILLIAM D. OWEN. o£ Casa County. For Auditor of Stale. • AMERICUS C. DAILEY of Boone County For Treasurer of State. • FRED J. SCHOLZ. of Vanderburg County For Attorney General. WILLIAM A. KETCHAM of Marlon CO. For Reporter of Supreme Court, r-HARLES F REMY of Bartholomew Co. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, D M GEETING, of Harrison Count. ' For State Stntlstlcan, S. J. THOMPSON, of Shelby .County. For Judge of the Appellate Court. . * f First District. • -WOODFORD ROBINSON, ot Gibson C«. . Second District. W E HENLEY, of Rush Counly. ' ' Third District D W 'COMSTOCK of Wayne County. . Fourth District. . ' JAMES B, BLACK, of Mar,on County. U Z WILEY, of Benton County. Electors -at Large. . . H. G. THAYER, CHAS F. JONES. ' , For Congress. • " QlfORGE W. STEELE. ' •• • For Joint Representative. "WILLIAM -T. WILSON, of Cass County. , For Representatlve-CHARLES B LONG-, "' For^pfosecutor-CHARLES E. HALE, • For, Clerk-JOSEPHG., GRACE.. . : . For Treasurer-BENJAMIN F. KbfcB: Fo "sheriff^-I. A. ,AOAMS. For Surveyor-A. B. p 0 ^^.^^ For Coroner-DR. J. A.. DOWNEY. . For Assessor- JOSEPH BARR. . For Commissioner, Flrtit Dlstrlct-JOHN. rr. Third Dlstrlct-ABRA- HAM 3H1DELER. ' COMPARE THEM. •The Repttbllcan party la unre»erved : .'->;<f for sonittl money.- It caused the en- ''.'--,..:-«ctoeiit of tlie law provldtog for the '•••vwnmmptloD °* specie pay 1061118 ln 18?;9: - -;»*toce then every dollar ha« been ae good •'.•«. tmtf 'gold, • ' • '..''.. '; * "We are unalterably opposed to erery - - -^saewure. calculated to debase oor.cur- \- *t«>cy'« Jmpjolr thfe credit of our coun- ^--teT. We are therefore opposed to the : .^ ..sine coinage ot silver except by Intet- .j=ij»tlanal a«recooent.wJth the lending ;,.-rt.*«i»mercia4:nacion8 ot.Uie world, which . - -we pledge oarselveB to promote, and un:.-; i.--|fl then'wieh gold gtiondara mfist be pre- I ISJIIIll •:' ' •' . .'•-.'•• ! "All oor silver and poper currenry •Wsjn.it be: matotoined a* parity with .>-'««ald, and we favor all measurew de-^ -.»v-« signed' to maintain Inviolably the oblr : V..S'«»ttoM ot tbe United Statea'and oll'bur ,•' jjwney, whether coin or paper, at the . •"'-•• pcwent standard, the atandafd of tbe .''..•• ••••«>o*t enllghteood nationa ot .the earth." ; - —Republican platform. , "We ilemimd the free and" onllmlted, - coinage of both gold and silver at the •' .:.. present legnl ratio of. 16 to, 1. wltbojat : watting for th* aid or coneent of any .; ..... otter nfttioD. ,.We demand that the • standard sflver dollar shall be a full :• tagal tender, squally, with gold,- for : aJl : OeMa, ppbUc npd prh-ate, and we fav- ' & vt inch legislation MI will rrevent the .',',..-. awnonethMtJon of any kind of legal ten•,: far money -by prtrate obntimct— Dwno- •' . ' fcirtlc ptetfonp,'.. .'•'•/ We demand free . snd onfinrfted roto- V- we of silver o-nd gold, at .the present le- f«I ratio of 16 to 1.— Populist platform, •'• M82. • .- : '''... . ' •'':'•.'• •••'We bold to tbe we'of both gold and . v, sjBver .as the, standard' money 'of tbe !- eoaritry; and to «he cotboge of boti gold •••tost either metal or.:cbarge for 1 mln»- ' both roetnto inoM b* ot eqnai Intrlwle sjnfl exehaD0eable voloe or be ad jnated Muopflt totpronttcwal :a«re«Dent of 'by sjoch ««iregw<ls of ieglslatlon as stell tarore the mahXeneoce of the parity *ti» rww nxrtak 8^ 'the equal' power :'-*^f6to&mlt*ms to the n*t* sjtfl and In payment of debt; and we dei BMWd that .all paper currency -shall bi ' kept at :paip with. anxlV redeemable ,: ID '' codn.' WB .MUST. INSIST DPO!*. POLIOT AS ESPECIALLY NECESSARY FOR THE TION OF THE FARMERS AND : BOEING: CLASSES, THE FIRST AND MOST DEFENSELESS VICTIMS OF UNSTABLE MONEY AND A FLUCTUATING .-CURRENOY.- Deniocratlc platform, 1S02. The loss of Mr. Beau's' silver voice wpitld-be a'booji to.the silver cause. . '.Hie (treodnjr Riven Populist Bryan at die lioine o.f-.Coxpy.imd.Brov\Tie, was a teit\ire of Ills trip: through. Ohio. •' Any cuu3« limit promises a changi; fiiciiii these -Democratic times, cain.be in;ide swliica-ve-by oily Milkers with a gift for falsehood. 'Careful study- of the question of money will kltl seducing ar : ' Mr. Brj-an should go amoug the peojJojiud make for himself n solid succese In hie chosen profession. Solidity IK wanted. Ohio nctiou la not the only activity demanded. The people who were ready to take Bryan's word pictures for/argument In lite character of' stump e'xliorter, will not so quickly accept bin political-sroall- shrewdness rora'tutesmansUJp this year. The clivnger that the free silver craze ftijgM posel'blj- prevail hae aivus«d the ftiriming and mercamttle interests to nc- rive' work nod cloibs are being formed In CVOIT towiwhlp and waird. Let't pood work go on. Mr.. Bryan has.a.poor opinion of common sense of the people he addresses. He r«peats that song abour the prwMen.t beiDK simply a "lili-ed man." who 3s told by ..the soverelgm pe°P le what 10 do. Such Ulik -Is a very low foran of ilffliinigog}-. TLe people know thwt no 'higher atateamfltDsMp Is needed niuyA\ihere on earth than should be placed at Hie head of these United 'States. Tie argument is not that the free aad unlimited coinage of silver would ca.use nn excessive flood of money. The fact Is that the Immediate and serious re-' suit of the passage of n silver law would be the cootractton of the currency alarmingly and disastrously. The gold •would disappear, and the paper Issued 'upon It, and the paper Issued on silver, .would .fall Qne-haK In standing. The flood of cheaper money • mUglrt follow with, tlmo, but the problem, would at first be the miracle of replacing the cash that would disapepar. IT IS NOT AT ALL PROBABLE THAT THE NEXT nOTJSE WILL HAVE A MAJORITY FA'VORABLE TO THE FREE .COINAGE OF SILVER AT A RATIO OF 10 TO. 1. WHEN IT BECOMES A DEMONSTRATED FACT THAT THERE;^ NO DANGER OF THIS COUNTM ADOPTING THE SILVER STAtfc- ARD IN CONDUCTING THE,.BUSr- NESS OF THE COUNTRY," PROS FERITY WILL COME AGAIN! AND. WITH LOWER TAXES ON! THE NECESSARIES OF LIFE,. EJVERY KIND OF BUSINESS WILi,BOOM AGAIN.—Flhairoa edltoriai, MarcQi. !2. 1800; . Tboinaa Jefferson committed the "Crime of 1806," and If 'viewed by the siiverlte through'the same spectacles he uses in looWng at the "Crime of 1873," the act of Jefferson In stopping the coinage of allrer dollans -woiuia be .uninca«t*raibly.cabdemned by.Mr..Bryan and 'his f rtandsy It wouH be fonind fcha,t Hie snniC crtep would be necessary 1m tiie event that- silver, was agaJn- placed on the footing Ij; occupied.In 1806. Should Bryatt'be elected, It would-be somewhat humtllatlmg for Mro to be forced- to.fol- low, for'once, tie teachings and example of tie did line Democrat, Jefferson. Tbe siiverlte should -be required to prove Ills stait.eanents. He 'should be asked to show that his plans would benefit all classes; that 'tihe blessings would be unlimited in scope. If the aUverlte evades Dbls'requMrt, lit he Inslsfo, as be usuaMy does, that tlie sound money (man has all the defense to niajte,.' the honest money rna^i coa open; wJIW'fa'cfe,, true, plaila.ond so simple that eyea tig" prejudiced mny- understand, and,:If- 'Up cannot .sdicceed In-oonvitndng hits-oppo 1 . aent Jt Is because there. Is a ijmM-.b'e- fore Hie laitter's vision. The.broileirof proof Is .on silver. ' . ' ' •'$/•?,&'$'" The silver imduS'try.Jhas grown enonn-, ously elmoe 1873,;. tl»e' value of the product at JtB-'hJgbest'is only ane-faalif of aie-pefceht. of ; *he valn».of tlw:total; butputin all lines of the 'Unlited' Sfoite*. 'Why should tliis ''fiislgblficiM| 'brnaieh: i ltodtiafery be'.bnj^^..,W'.';tili|e. i _soTsrnr : cop's'.'expense'? '.'Wliy/sbould ': the.; inl- dusrtrja'J1 condlitlons-of. a natJon be..vlo- Jentry'ielianged for ithe greater enrich-. '' Trade r^tioiiiB'witnlcpmmerctal'nelfrh- bore are more important to tWs people than the nrtiflclal boosting of a depredated metal' to the value' of '.twenty : flve years ago, when'the product was 1 but one-slitetoth' of''one ;per : cent, toiiiftlue- of the totol ^production. :,of jilie;!!6s|lted Sitatep. lit In 'the .duty of : each'..ya(er, ; to took to the best tntereBt» : : ; 'o(. a]J.;: No tf», 'hoiwever wiimeroiirS,^;i»n6uld;.-.re- ceive exi-eLusive care; suich 'aj 'le ti of by the-Popucrate. • -• • ••• Railroad ften Do Not Want Fifty Cent Dollars ri^cj.'-x'v'.' Ttiff Democrats and -iSeyeri •T'lfT . A .;•-' ]' .. • '' -••:•••,•.' ''f. .Jft"'" ^^ CAk^FQR ORGANIZATION Mass Matins of .RflUroad Heri 'at Evening Next; RinkMonday Some Speeches " ' "" -•-.---•• Prominent Sound Honey Demc- " : " CratS. ' '".l,,:!:-^.-, , " The rattTQad men of the -country have beem'"qiilicfc''4o' : rocognJze that free allver juwms Jtoi'al iuln!-" Tnc-riiiiroad mon^of Logans^ort aretbe arst to or- gao*s6 affld beiw «BUC ia cnUJ'tor a mass meafflng of OTfliioiad. men at tie Rink host Monday eVeptag, Augwst ifr .Tlie.ailllte 1 ^^^^^!^- Democrats and forty-seven. RcpvibUlenns. .There wlffl be short speeclhes li oii'tl)e-.nioney question by rolffl'MOrd miep and. a dub orgamlzatton -nUM be peatfected.. If to bdtevied that .aline^ffli(Wib'W^ r «Slro»a inen wBen'.thiey MLy ondrastonil- tie free siver quostton wlli.becfwne meimbers of ; tbls cfob, aind It k'tWe'iiinte.ntlon to.. en-roll new members as rapidly as' possible. _•'.;.. We, Wre untlersleined rallwfly emplojies, r^ieftaa^e', every department of railway eervlc«r5o hereby pledge ourselves.to";u8c,oui: 7Ot»» amdi. influence for the -detent of ^/i 'flneB coiMge .of 'silver: uf ifli^,top.lilJloon^ng .Natoud election, beltevtog that «iwto ' : ffee"«bil;nng« of .'ellvien: atttej^itip of 10 to 1, when the com- merdial wtto to inore' <ttaai '31 to-i, would..l>e ^i^t(^, to. oiir; personal Dnterests as wage earners '$ weU'las 'dilsastrous to /toe, TJn|ted Sto.tas, as a nattop. We are ''' ' .• . 1st. Bf^use'our. ''pre6en't''.pay won't quii|te, enable. us ,to buy eantih and. w.^V^'no oQi«,,to have tbat-poy.itjuitj-to'itwio.- , '. - ' .;' ;' 2d. Becn'i^,w.!l^W ! -t^''^w^at4lew.d^ii»,;wp eaim worth 100.;centis a.picoe, not 53 canlB^.''' ^.',, { ' •'•..-: «'>1 ?••.'•.-. -:'•:!:; • ' ' 3a. Because' we do 'not see why . wio slioidd. ,be; aray, better off.,M, Die price of «veryit:h!Iln«_w« iliod.to.-btjy waB'.dbu>Ied;ain4;iwn;..waeas remained, the same. 4th. Because, 1 'jtibo^iii''.tie ratio may ootWib^JS njlan,,autt,of Tyiopliito o» who has a Job, we >av« 'no desilre to swril thft..-i»tto -by .tonntag more- .man out of empdoymienrt,, ' >tj ' '.- ' .,.,.„,.. •• • • • ,,- ]•»'•" / '' ••''. '•• •'•'"'. > WMito we do oiot desire to Imterf er« . wdlfch local- 'questions as.ttt body, we respeofcfuily request obier raSllroaid- .men .who ore to favor of ithe ifpeseait standard of ,mid(aw» l 3* r Mto& makes every .doll air, eWer goJdjB-emvcr or-^piaper, worth 100 centBi to meat-wiStlhi u»«t 8 oVilook p, m aMIUe Rte^ ; MDOday, v .4.ugiJst ITth, ' for the purpose of forming a DEMOCRATS— . • .S.B. KEBXJN , .. J.,. '... ,. ,"L...Mi D.OQLBY.,. ,,,',.'. i..,"' JAS.-SDLLivAN " " ••'.,';-,.-. I E. F. KEARNEY . ..". . ,.",.'. , A. J. HOpKE^BEAMBK : , . M.D.RYAN -• . ,,,,t ;-,„,„. S. P. ANDERSON ;.' ,.T, -.: j. w. EAELY;: ",.'' '•;. ;,"..,.„ • HORACE E.. NEWCOMET.,,' ft ,"„ H. H. KNOWLTON 'J. W. HAMILTON ... . H. WHITE!., ,,-Vi, j,-- ,H. K. ORR".;!.'/ -,.,:''i-.';-' ' A. E. GARRET!;, , „ .' JOHN G,;jSAJ,LAGHER GEORGS ^. HJLIj^q M. CALfiAHAir* '^ •'' , C. D. HEiRRICK '. J.. J; H'ANNpN 'v...- r '';.v ••••' F. J. TREMli,-^' .,,,- •;',..CHRIS SCHffiLE/.' ,T: 0. F. HARP:EiR«,-:[. •,' O. J. M#Rp,HYy .-...-.-,. M. FARBKiiU:;'.'.;. ,... E, K. STC-TJGH-,,'-'- GEORGE, BJiSPAIJ>ING JAMEfe M. DIXON •Mtente"feaiinfl" Money cliib,'- .REPUBLIGANS- . v.. 1 \. ' CHARLES GRAY ..•:,: •.--:•' ; ;-,.C:-R;,-GREEN'. ' - ;',: M.E. JENNESS ' 4' ', E.vW. ALEXANDER 'K./C:'. BARNARD : • " CHATJNCEYM.ABBOTT. :' WiS. PARKS ' UEiWIS KING, « A. M. WILLEY \ • A./H^THOMAS. --.^ .. ' * ROBERT W;'WE'IR .. . A. XJ.J'. DAVIDSON -RUDOLPH BBRNDTI ' .-.'J;;:Ac ERAtNKLlN. ' ' R, A-, WINBMILbKR ..j; o: POTT'S ' J.,W. YANLOON . , . F. E-. W0ODLING '. JOB'OiaiR'K!/ 1 . W.' BREWER'' 1 " '• B. B. . W. R. LENNOX-';; .;.' H. F. BERG MANN .. A.-VW.-HUTCHINSON- R. B. MATTHEWS' S. W. SHAVER O. R. ' ,W.H. GREEN 1 - ' ., , GEORGE MANRING ' D. W. H. THE ENQtISK LANQUAQE.: Why It" U'Becbmlnf th« Onl»«t- . . "Everywhere In the' United. State*,',' Father Chlnlquy . saja, "the; children. of French Canaidiang, as soon '.BA they BC-. qtilre the EngllBh , langiio^e at irehool, give up tbb : uBie of 'French, exoep.t'to. speak to tielr mothers "' : By this' prbc- esa the French artist rapidly; disappear: It is the Ba'me :; ii:cre? r: A Mttle girl caine .. to me thia;mQrnln8:"-rbe wais Btaying'ln' Montreol-^."sent -by ,a : pw«nt whp'had heard me^prcttch.uijd had promised to come and, 'aee rb,e,[.. She sppkie to.ineiln English for spme'tln»oi>nd when I «ald to, 'her: . 'MiiU p«.''vp^Mve'z-»ou«;. : . ; parlcr _ f 'she T'epHiid: r *O aion ; Dleui ; eat-oe'quo 1 ja; pftrle An.plalil'' : - Tn*rt ; l« reason for this," the" old ' '" ' ' ,. ,. .. .. ., "I ^ -rfteentlyiread o»,Djtlrii L ta ' iinc that way-;,' :,xour>expreB»ion» are moro direct, your; syntax oiorei'lnipleand tba- sonnus of ypur.iang-u'ifl'eare more foiicl-^ UlU T lot/Tri »'"' A'rvH 'Unrlnffinir to his" bl'e. Listen',"'.?.And ..._,. feet the '.old...''inim shouted: "Flrel.V "There is' 'some'' sound^'\he added. "WHftt can"w>;Bay In Frettchl?'' ,;Feu.' It' Is lost You-cari »ay'*B'ebdyl'-"iHBgaini j, In c sonorous shout,- "With'• us It,Is •pret;'.. therejsi.hoj.sound.': 'All Bboardl' —with! U8 it .i'i^embarq'uejf,'.butyou o» n- not h'ear H at ten.;-feet. ; i Yea, sir,./the 'English:.'!" bouDd;'- '—^~- 1 '»--«"i"i>-- aal laujTiasre."'"'" Highe* of all"ia Leavening Power,—Latest ;U. S. Goy't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE CREATED A SENSATION, j BIGGEST OF_ALL,.WEPDINGS. Society'Girl Runs a Looomotlvo : While Her Oa-valibr Fires. Katallo McNi-Hl 'Beat* Dor Mllllonnlr* E»«ort In a Bicjcle Baceand Make* lilm Do Two Iloarn' Hard ". Work M » Penalty. Society of Burlington, If. Twenty Tboutmnd Coaplw Joined IM -W«d- l.o<;k at On« Tlma*. . • The largest •and' most remarkable wedding 1 'since the'world began took place at -Susa. f When the great Alexander had conquered Pertla, wishing to unite victors and vanquished by tie strongest ties possible, be decreed a wedding festival. Now; (fuess how many people -he ordered to be married. You could never do it. Well, Alexander him- oooery pwpie ui i^uii*!^^'", - 1 -*"*; couia ncve-r u<« .«. --—, are in no end of tongue wag-ging over g c ]f was'to marry Statlra, the daughter the escapade of Miss Natalie McXeal, o ( parius: 100 of his.chief officers were who manned a locomotive of the Pennsylvania railroad and made her cavalier do the work of a fireman while she presided over the throttle. Miss McXeal ia the 10-year-old daughter of Andrew H. McNeal, the millionaire who conducts the largest foundry in the state. She is probably the most popular women living on the New Jersey side of the Delaware river. She is the head of the exclusive set of Burlington society and can ride a horse or propel a wheel with equal grace. Among the visitors at the McXeal residence ia Edward Burd Grubb, Jr., son of Millionaire Harry B. Grubb, & retired broker and ex-member of the York Yacht club. He is o. nephew of Edward B. Grnbb, Sr., of Edgcwater, N. J., .who was minister to Spain during Garfleld's administration. Young Grubb is about 23 years old, good-look in(r,.and is said to be the possessor of a snug little fortune of $4,000,000. It was one Monday afternoon that Miss Mo- Neal, while on her wheel, met. young Grubb near the post office, "I'll race you to the foundry," said Miss-McNeal "What shall we race for?" he asked. "Well, if you kwe, you must do two hours' work," "she replied. The. one- sided wager was made. Miss McNeal easily won the race: An hour later she mounted a yard engine chartered by Mr. McNeal to shunt cars Jn the foundry yard and ordered Grubb to enter the cab of the engine, "Now, you'll have to do the firing, ghe said to Grubb, "and you must keep on,a good head of steam, for we are going to make some quick runs." Then she pulled the ^throttle wide open and the locomotive sprang forward. The young'miUionaire took ofl his coat and started to heave in coal. He 'was clnnwy at first and handled the larger pieces with his bands. Then he wiped his hands on his white handkerchief and a moment or two 'later mopped his brow with it. ' ._• ' The tracks run through .the. anain street of the town, and the racket of the bell and whistle attracted widespread attention. There were roar* of Inufrb- ter at the picture .young Grubb presented. His white duck trousers-were just sufficiently while to show that lie was'not a regular stoker. The .perspiration poured down his face, but he kept manfully at, work. It was all great fun for the millionaire's daughter, but Grubb didn't enjoy tt, a btt. Grubb was kept at work exactly an hour and a half. Miss McXeal then relented and ran the locomotive back to the foundry yard. . THE FINArJCIAU QUESTIONS. OoTBrnmrat IIIHM • Pamphlet Bxplaln- . In* Many Point*. ' . ' In riew of the great number of rf> q'uesta for Information, on financial questions, the treasury department has prepared a pamphlet of 54.-pagea, anr Fwer.inir as. nearly as can be foreseen thti.'questions .asked and expected to be asked. The book gives a history of United States bonds from the time of iiw earliest Issue* and how they 'sre disposed of; coinage of all sorti and treasury issues of paper money of every description now In circulation. : The various kind* of notes-rt*" in . n,unsber—ar* described,' and amount* issued an'd In circulation. Fractional currency also has a paragraph, and the system of. redemption of United States ttotes 'i» explained.- . • ' • . 'Statistics are very elaborately gone Into, covering the world's production of. gold and trilver;. America's..produc- ition.frpm'iTOa to 1895; monetary sy»- 'te'ms ai*d approximate Btocks o'f money In the principal countries of the world, and :: a : summary of monetury : events .since 1786 arranged .chronologically; tb> value, weight and .fineness of • all .American'.-: coin* and the changes and dates, of each issue,. .... ' .The purpo» of.'the department,i» to send a copy of .-thfc book toevery person applying for Information with the page and paragraph marked which'contains the" answer to : the query propounded. STEER JUMPS INTO A BUGGY. litile douW'fliat .. tain ovej*KJjodff ataxe* beto)»jtk if ««* to " ' ; '"""" 1C Btecr. m j*.i/u<rc*-i^c***ms 11 i»u***» * - iuuiuic- .^.«^j>> .j^^»««^*. .,_•••— -*^~~ v -~ 0 -, — The .atoer took the move aa a cbaK umbrell^ 'ttpd a^^Irt. CoJllM wa» lean* L •_ v^^-j • ...-.'-'_»•_.—jj-^ v*J-j m+n**t>A */vr i_~ A« \f**n 1?>tf.h'«" n!rm - tJi*i rurrftut pw« English than ln.F»e»bJ»;- -*'"" : And-M. , . , gqnarely In tbo-plaoe Taoated a moment cover. -. - •tlirtljiig BPTO«al,,,i*yf:thBi Qaaterapo- ' tseweo.. smell. that when Jn a . eD(sny • wrecked, and. tb* rtew. . the , debris, fcakrwed its .. -. -..- aDd:I ; hore wrjtt«» m«py, I •wrrbe It Jn Ehgilidi ftnd th«j :trikMiM» H hit* FrcwJh. V i*~.._. . to be united to ladies from the noblest Persian and Medean families, and iO.OOO of his Greek soldiers were to marry 10,000 women—30,202 people married at once. • . • I don't see how they managed to get up a feast f or somany, but they did, and tor a vast multitude, of jguesta beside* 'Xbey had the most-splendid arrange- men'ts. On a plain Bear the city a vast pavilion was erected on pillara 60 feet high. It was hung and spread with the richest tissues, while the gold and precious stones which ornamented it would have mnde. your eyes blink. Adjoining this building were 100 gorgeous chambers for the hundred bridegroome.while for the remaining 10,000 an outer court was inclosed and. hung with costly tapestrv, arid tables were spread outside for the multitude. A separate s<*t was assigned each pair, and all were arranged in a seml-circle-on either hand of the royal throne. Each bridegroom had received'a golden vessel for hi* It* bat ion, and when the last of these had been announced by trumpets to the multitudes without, the brides entered the banquet hall and took theiwplace*. And now don't you think, each bridegroom stood up separately and vowed: : "With this ring I now thee wed," «nd -so on. No, the ceremony WM very simple; the king gave hta hand to Statira and kissed her as his wife, end the other bridegrooms followed hlf example. . PANCEP IN CHURCH. Up -th« Younc G«or*la Women Service* at Just •« Rev. H: W. Condor was clos ing service* at the jittie church at Dahlonego, Go., the other night, there was an..Interruption. Julia Townaend aild Mary Postell, both handsome young women, inspired. withV mountain'.dew. began a terpsdchoreaa imitation of'the -midway, sinking simultaneously .the •weird rotdway r «ir. The^opuntry conjfre- gstion was ihroiwn Into great consterna-. "tiomjnd, service* ;rwe*e: concluded mi' once.' WsrranrU ww«worn out- for the irreligious dancer*, but when Sher-, Iff Prnitt attempted to execute them he found the youmifwomen surrounded by admirer*, who defied the law. After a display of courage, tact, knives and shotgun*, arbitration followed. The next day while the trial was in prog-res* there came a violent hiatus in thecourt proceeding*. . "Hi" Walton, ,* desperado, enamored of the, Townaend girl and influenced by love and bad whisky, started in to annihilate all in court and -then the remainder of the community. The judge fled, carrying the code, but relinquishing his dignity. When quiet was restored W«lton was sent to jail under a $500-bond and tine young women, bound over in .the Burn, of $100 each, and are, now in jail. . SEA SNAKE WljH A VlUMP. Bcrpent of Terrlfjrta« : App««r«*e» VU»t» .tba raopl* of . Olo»ea»t«r. ' -Mass, . • A Beamoneter, in deacrlptton not unlike those sometime* reported from other Atlantic port*, was seen off Laneville, in Plum Core, Maw., the other morning. . .; • William Henry Sargent first saw.the monster when he was hauling lobster pot*, at about seven o'clock. Thoroughly frightened, he -roved ashore, aud before the strange thing had disappeared he had summoned a large crowd to the .shore and the, monster was seen by "many people. All agree that it was probably 50 feet long, with a large bead craned out of the water. Back, of the head, at intervals of ten feet, rose two large' humps. The color of the body •wae gray and In form- It resembled a serpent.- 1 . • With on undulating motion the creator* moved with great speed and finally disappeared off; Cape Ann, Several lobster men attempted to follow the monster, but could not. begin to compete with ita speed tajthe water. More than 100 people had a good view of the remarkable visitor. '• THROUGH AN UMBRELLA. EUotrlo Current .,!>•»«• from M Are Lamp to Two Won»«i. ~«~.. ;c'vty played 'Squeer'pranfc on two women during 'the rainstorm at Baltimore the other.;'nigbt. Mrs. Mary -; J.. an:'nmbrellii.be. ' Oooupaat of tb« VehlcU t**pt In Tim* to-Kseapv tlM AntMwd Animal. Baltimore tne otner nig>oi- «.!». aiary Arthur Meeker; employed In Armour's Keith «nd;Mra.^llin,eollin*iwere walk^jacking house, -was ^driving into-;tbe j n g.^together, cair**"* 1 •"•'ffiriKpRlliiibei Atocky.yaTds .at Chicago the .other day ,^i^', ^--. when] he 'encountered, a, drove/ of "long: horned cattle 'being driven" from the yards;;.' .Meeker halted until the cattle had 1 •iabO'Ut'gob* by.-whejQ a huge steer •topped in front of'his horse. Meeker was in'.»'• hurry.-aad ubook his'whip a4 the steer.in athreatening manner. 'nidtwertr-uv*!.. 1 '*"!*.-***^-*"™^. * •£* *~ „ large ar^iigh.t'ii.fwn*of>a*re,th« br&as ferrule of .'the umbrella struck thj^ Iron frame 'work .of th.ei electjrfc light, Instantly' toe'';dec&c ; -«nTei>t ; passed- down among th«- Iron, ribs aid into the handle. -.Mrs. •Beith.'-,'^** carrying '

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