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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - June 28, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana The of the National convention in the City of Chicago howl John m. Thui Ston of Nebraska made temporary chairman. Chairman Jones sits Down on a Kansas Delegate who raises an of brilliancy in the great Ilaug the first Day s proceedings. Chicago june 20, 1888. The Republican National convention assembled in the great auditorium building on Michigan Avenue yesterday and was called to order by chairman b. F. Jones of the National com Smittee. Loer Assembly ties have been held in More a pacious Halls but at none of them have the Ocie . Lar properties Boon so Eltomi Ivo or Tho of in ii Luo Eoln Ronij Kim ii to Sulci Idini. I Ivery filieo cd lil a pc Sochi irl lol to Eilert and an Iid Iunice of loss than Ion Appel Rcd to to an almost of Tiitu is . The j Makisi Incont swoop of tie Quot Xvi of Mallory Aloui which seats nearly Throo thou Kay us persons is a picture Vrbich Init resins even Toboso a with Groat audiences and the v. Hole scene bathed in a flood of electric if by Slid Liy Jim incandescent lamps thrills even the most Shl Gish heart. The auditorium is 200 feet oni in i l i a oct Viido a with two Side balconies and a in at gallery thu seats in which Rise tier on tier at an Angle of 40 de Trees. Tho Stape which is but slip Ritly raised above Toto floor of Tho i a. C j5iunmi is a View Iii Only of Tho great a Iii Sci in Iro Jit i til of a Lar o Balcony in Trio rear Ai d. A tier of in los either siae. This stage is recedes Froid Sido to Side of the Hall and Acom Rodatos. In addition to Tho president s Pla Fonn. A Biclie i. In Tho Center several Hundred views Paior i Diirr Seui Alives. A Tiero axe Jusic 8,10 a Peats in Trio Ball. Tho decorations Ai it i it ear a trifle bowl Ledorin at first. Tho Walmir Tho a Cilinio. Ande Verj Post Jim lax and panel is covered with iia a. Bunting and streamers in varied design and colors and portraits and paintings of historic scenes meet the Eye everywhere. It was exactly i i i. M. When chairman Jones of the National committee plied u Gavel that gave Forth a hard metallic sound. A Lush fell upon Tho enormous audience and then the Bev. Frank w. Gunsaulus of Plymouth congregational Church came Forward to invoke the divine Blessing. The prayer Over Secretary Samuel Fessenden read the Call. Chairman Jones then introduced j. M. Thurston of neb Riiska As the temporary Chai Miami of the convention. Delegate Osblom of objected to the Tib sumption on the Nat of Tho at ionic committee of the right to name the , and asked if or. Thurston Hud been elected by the convention. Charaian Jones replied in in emphatic a finn Active for which Lio was vigorously App Uidel. But or. Osblom was not to to subdued and in the name of Tho Kansas delegation declined to be response ii o for Trio action of the j National committee in this matter and regarded it As a great mistake Liisse. He desired tie Roll it tie states to to called in order that the Kansas derogation Uii Chr East its a vote for the Hon. William Wirner of . No attention was to Iii demand lion Ever end or. Thurston Ini medially began his address. Or. Thurston s reference to Quot Blaine s refusal to allow himself to be Noni guat a by the convention called Forth cries of Quot to Quot Quot no Quot All Over Tho Hall but his declaration that the convention Tiro not commit Tho old Ense of going ctn tray to Blaine s sex Ress wish was Wimly . Ajo a through his references to Lilaine were cheered As a were also references to the other candidates but much less chair then announce ii a Long list of Socrro tries. Assistant secretaries mid sergeants at Aims of the temporary . After tie Reu Aisig of to but of officers v,-.As completed Trio bid struck i a Medley of National airs which were warmly received Ivy Tho audience. Sir. Hoit of a Ich Gaii recognized and ascending the i platform said Quot i am requested by Tho delegation from my state to present to Tho temporary chairman of this convention for his use a Gavel made or Llie Oak under which the Republican party was organized on the 0th of july a 4. In the Village or City of Jackson in Tho state of Michigan. Applause. Thir. Gavel has oxi it Copper Wool Wood Iron Sal laughter the five industries the party now in Power would ruin and abolish i from the face of this country. We thought it was meet that this convention should commence Early to Poi my the Daylight out of that a Xiv. And there feedings of the convention As she was entitled to this vote by her population and by All precedents in the history of the party. He Ino needed to give the record of past conventions to show that whenever a territory Hod increased its population in such proportion As to justify it its vote in the convention was increased. Chairman Thurston stated that Tho National committee had recommended that Dakota be Al loft de ten votes during the preliminary proceedings of the convention and that Washington Teit Itoi a by the Grace of the democratic party be allowed six. On motion of or. Bingham of Pennsylvania the rules of Tho last convention were Iulo ted for Tho government of the present convention until further action. Or. Hallowed of Kansas offered Tho following Quot the delegates to the Bei a lican convention Roii resenting to Quot in iriving comrades of the distinguished so icy Quot i l general of the army Philip Sheridan ail also Tho living l air Chi it Les for we Vieli la so gallantly fought and Trius nihed during orca it. Era of the War Send him their sincere oon.-. Rat ulat Loiis on the Prospect of his recovery and Loi to that his life May to preserved for Many Tho Resolute him was greeted Voith cheers an Ltd was adopted by a rising vote. Tho in Munso audience i oiled v. Atli the delegates in doing Honor to the sick Soldier. Or. George Davis of Illinois moved that the Roll of states and territories Bolt allow. And that each state and territory proceed to Nilius its members of Tho Connoni times Fin Niles on r Solu Titus 0i permanent organization. Or it Doit gals. And order of business. This Way agreed to Nind Tho Call avas proceeded with. Evhen Dakota was rec had it was agreed to Supei d the Call and Tho names of Conn Gittoes were handed up in writing. The Secretary proceeded to Call the list As follows put Mai tit Oram i-a1 inn a amp a mix t. N. Car Tor Arkansas 1. W. Ellison California j. F. 1-Dlihon , Irv ing to Vert Connecticut. S. In. Warner Delaware Alvan b. Connor tie Orgia Jackson Chomy Illinois a Llian g. Baker Kosht Nulty g. Quot a. Jolly i Jimsiana o. A Leonard Maine Fred Powers Maryland w. H. Warburton Massachusetts Josse m. Graves Michigan Thomas b. Dun Ston Minnesota h. J. Miller missis Sipin j. J. Spelman Misson i. John Albers june Brask Quot. Aaron Wall Nevada w. E. Sharon new Hampshire Hiram a. Tuttle new Jersey Gen it ral John Ramsey new York j. K. Weber North Carolina d. L. Lissell Ohio w. H. Gibson Oregon j. E. Bean Pennsylvania h. H. Bingham Liode Island b. M. Bosworth South Carolina John m. Freeman Tennessee s. M. Elever Texas Robert f. Campbell Vermont h. C. Ide Virginia w. C. Pendleton West Virginia John Cooper Wisconsin James o Neil i it act i b. H. Sullivan Idaho. George a. Block Montana h. S. C. Powers Washingtonii territory o. C. White Wyoming -. Jluhn�?Alabama., Beu Jamie m. Long Arkansas. C. N. Rix California b. D. Bobbins Colorado j. M. Henderson Connecticut a. O. Sohrbeck Delaware c. N. Mall Florida Geordie s. Wellis Georgia Jackson Mchenry Illinois b. F. Marsh Indiana j. A Kin slav Iowa John m. Irwin Kansas James k. Hallowell Kentucky w. So. Jones louieiaiui., Napoleon Lap Maine Joseph h. Manley Maryland Adrian Posey Massachusetts Quot a. J. Noyes Michigan a. B. Watson Minnesota g. B. Edgerton i.?, g. F. Howes Missouri d. F. Dyer Nebraska c. D. Bates Nevada a e. Williams new Hampshire Charles h. Greenleaf now Jersey j. H. Gaskell new York j. S. Us tia Ohio h. M. Carper Pennsylvania Thomas m. Bayne Bodo Island George d. Cranston South Carolina . Toomey Teim Ossee John r. Mccail Texas j. W. Home Vermont b. J. Derby West Virginia a. J. White Wisconsin a. J. Turner Arizona l. F. Eckers Dakota i. Idaho no report Montana no report new Mexico j. F. Chaves Utah no report Washington e. Whit son Wyoming e. B. Clark. Tho Virginia contest was then brought to the attention of the convention by Tho chairman. Til Ore now As to we it Gnesina or. To trains Quot lie said. Del Gate 3 from Ginia shall to i Ermi Tod Quot the question the silo of \ in Namo tiie Mui a Job i i 3 a a of t or convex Tox Hau. I it Ustin Indiana. W. In. Dui Ilai Louii. General f. M. Drake Kansas. J. C. Strang Kentucky w. W. Lonos i Louisiana. B. Darrow Maine g. A. Wilson Maryland i. J. W. Gary Massachusetts William Giles Isiach Igini. J. K. Boies mini Cboin g. It. Jul Riley. A Lissis Sii i. W. C. Craton alis Souri. W. A. Taeoh a Comiska do. Keisli be Adamd. Foley new Hami it Shire a h. Hinsin now Jersy. J. Hart new York. 1&Quot. B. Sloan North Carolina. A a in a Illiamson Ohio Harles Bijster Oregon i. 1. Maus i w. K. Liode Island b. M. Of Orth South cd Roli in t. A. Saxon , Georgo w. Quot Inston i exas. H. C. Ferguson \ Erm Niji c. Reed Virginia d. Inner West \ Rigi Iii Lohn Freal wisc Vinsin. H. W. Sanborn Dakota t. Bogart Idaho. Willis Sweet Montana h. S. C. I Owers Washington. E. B. Ii do Wyom Hig c. D. Clark. Nam. L. E. Arkan Piir. J. A. Willia jus , in. I. Of Steo Cut Lorado. W. A. Hamn in t Connecticut n. D. Sporry Delaware a ,. H. Trent Ioor Iii . Arnold Illinois c. B. Fai Well a s. A. Hal lord Iowa g. K. I Orkins Kansas Albert ii irl a pc Tui by. Mekee . H. It. A a i Otil faille t. N. I Rescott Mary land 15. H. Miller i Massachusetts a. W. Beard a Michigan. A. W. Spailding Zmij Mesita g. I. Edwards Riti Sissini i i. J. I. I Yncle Missouri William Wanier Nebraska. 1. It an Nevada William Stewart new i ? in Shire a. T. Bati Heler Nev Jersey j. A .1 is new York. F. Histock North Carolina c. L. Hanis Ohio William Mckinley Oie gon Rufus Mallory Pennsylvania Henry Oli ver Eliodo Island South Carolina g. E. Harriott Tennessee. L. C. Howk Texas k. B. Pen Gree Vermont p. Plum Lov Virginia d. F. Huston West Virginia t. B. Swan Wisconsin w. E. Carter Dakota h. C. Hans Brough Idaho Willis Sweet Montana George exterior of the i completed auditorium Buhr Ding. For beg pen cession of the convention to present this Gavel to the temporary chairmen Thurston accepted the Gavel with the remark that he would commence to Pound the life out of the democratic party with it. Laughter and App Lavoe judge Moody of Miakota moved that Dakota it a allowed ten votes instead of two in the pro a. Eaton Washington w. J. Thompson Wyoming f. E. Wanen. Cedi Utah a Alabama John w. Jones Arkansas. C. M. Barnes California Henry t. Gage a Lorado c. M. Donaldson Connecticut. S. Day Delaware Henins c. Mcclear Georgia s. Illinois c. J. Lindley Indiana a. Bors of these several committees trom that or. Wise of Virginia took Tho floor and stated his Side of the Case and he was followed by Gnu. Mahoto. made serious k. Hills Iowa w. P. Hepburn a Oto Sab b. D. J Fon me Dan Harris of. Charges of inst Tho Othur and indulged in some rather severe language. Quot you Are in my District Quot exclaimed Wise Quot an Quot l charge you with the frauds by Avrich i we cheated out of my or. A Honor it is As false As you Are foul. General cries of or. Wise i will put Tho proper stamp upon that at the proper time. Great confusion then prevailed for a moment when or. Maho Xio again attempted to speak but got no farther than Quot Well then gentle i Ien Quot when he was interrupted by a loud and Universal cry of or. Spalding of Michigan suggested that the a a whole matter should to referred to the committee on credentials which was done. Tho hair said that he desired to make a pleasing announcement. Tho Nebraska delegation had with it As their guest Tho first nominee of the Republican Piu to for the presidency find desired to ii reset him to Tho Convent to i. They desired to present John c. Fremont. This Amiot increment was received with i Peers and the convention voted to allow chairman Green of the Nebraska delegation. To present Gen i Fremont. When or. Green appear etl upon tie stage with general Fremont thei a was an outburst of applause which lasted several moments. General Fremont was warmly greeted As he was presented. He was unwilling he said to delay the business of the convention and therefore he would consume Only a few moments of time. But he would feel that he carried an insensible clod and not a Waim and sympathetic heart i his breast if he were not sensibly grateful for the Welcome he had received. He was Happy and proud to receive hero in this great National Assembly Tho Welcome Given by his friends and companions of Many Yeai a by his party friends by the men and Tho sons of Tho men with whom it has been his conspicuous Honor to have Jeen associated in the first opening Campaign in 185 5. Applause. Fred Douglass was then cd resented amid cheers and api clause and made a Brief speech at the conclusion i a which a he convention adjoin red Ila Iione. The Little virginian monopolizes one Day s session of the Republican convention in More gavels presented a record the uneventful second Dav. Of Chicago june 21, Issel the National a a publican convention Roas sem it bled yesterday at noon and after Praser by Rev. Stephen a. Northrup of fort Wayne ind., got Down to work. In response to the invitation of the chair gov. Foster of the c Ommittee on permanent organi Estee. And and nation came Foru Ard to Tho platform dressed Tho convention As follows Quot or. your committee on permanent Organiza tii n makes Tho following unanimous report we recon meal for Pernia Neni i resident Hon. Moitis m. Este of Tho state of California. For Vico president we recommend the following Quot Alabama p. D. Parker Arkansas f. Havis California. W. W. Byington Colorado. W. Wingate Connecticut. 1. In. Spot icer Delaware a a. K. Wittaker Florida i. Wells Corgia. W. J. M Hile Illinois. H. S. Clark Ludiana w. A. Cubic a Iowa h. H. Good Kansas. A. A. Johnson Kentucky. I Quot. M. Hobson Louisiana h. C. Minor Maine Quot it. B. Sii Epho a Maryland. W. 15. Hooks a j. H. Michigan g. A. Crawford Minue Ota to. S. Cd Vniller a i Missouri s. K. Nebraska. 1. S. Baker , w. F. Sharo new , 1\ c. Cheney Noje Eye. Halsey new work. Jesse Billison North Carolina h. Harris Olio i n Miu Butterworth re it on z. F. Moodey i , James Mcmanes a Odt it is Iund w. H. Alker South a Irolina. I Quot. 11. De ivs ten see w. W. Woodruff Texas cd Star i Lau an Vermont. S. D. Hol Sori West \ in Niiha l. Berkshire . H. O. I air child Lizona . H. Dakota l. B. Linch Birdson Idaho Georgi a. Black Montana t. I Ower new , j. 1&Quot. A ave a i Tah .1. Daly Washington. In Oman Hayes minor / 3"0ining, j. F. Or run. J Quot acid we further report that d give a Lovrity to such states As have nor it i Viault j a Lan Dolihite Lor vice a reside it to hero Afler Naium Cli j tiie Lio Noray secretaries names were also Waii. Quot i a motion to adopt the of Tho commit i tee Dijon i Erni agent or i a Ilion was put by Tho c an Ltd mini a Oli by adopt in. Channan v. Is into Olivet d by or. The is ton and As Xiii Asih Ai had subsided be made a five Mizut Sproch of thanks to the j . Quot gentlemen of the convention Quot said he. Quot i j thank you in the n in. Of the states and ten i topics of the Pae Ilic coast As Well As trom my j own heart for Tho distinguish red Honor you hav Oseen it to Confer upon no i appreciate to Tho fullest extent Tho grave responsibilities which devolve upon me. And this being a rep Bucan convention i shall ask in All things its charitable judgment and its candid and Earnest support. Tieu Lomen of Tho convention following so illustrious a gentle Nikii As your temp Horary chairman 1 Klill not att Emit to detain you by any lengthy Sii Eemeli. I Only a nit to say to you that we live of fur away Tropi Tho Center of Tho Republic Over on the Pacific Shoie that i can not even guess who j our nominee is going to to. . I Sav Itu ther to you. My friends and gentle Ien of the convention that 1 am not Able to say exactly what your platform v. Ill be. But the be Ojito of Tho country have Icho ii its sentiments and the rattle of the Kirin wish Lino was heard Only two vol. A Igo irom Oregon great Aji Klaus stand Lod Wii in. nov inbox you will hear from Cieve nid s Ai Jim Altos All Over this great Republic. Pichierri. In Irien it is and gentlemen of tie i it Given Ion. Nain thanking you for Tho very Lii a ichor \ i ii Hao conferred up Ltd me and to listing from Tho i Pill of no soul that every act Lone May promotes Tho Best interests of our common country and and Ati Costlio Reata Republican party. 1 will Call for Tho next order of . J j when la it ii it Ilaise that acknowledged chairman i Stee s Brief speech has sub id cd Delegate rih he of Illinois present etl to Tho convention a Inibig Milicent Gael made of Gold and Hilver. Twas till gift of Gilcris bros., Jeweh re of Chicago i and Cost si.0011. I next Delegato Quot works of Illinois got Tho i for. And dirt i Utheil the Eon Venti in with another Gavel Mado of Fri m t desk used in the tyrant Tanner at tiiu a. Quot yesterday Quot remarked \ r. Wok. Quot the Richie an delegation to the to Micir a v Cli Pinnau of convention a Gavel v. Ith Hieb it was i proposed of it Pound to death the 1 emo<�?�r.uc�. I. On behalf of Tho in legation. Take great pleasure a i a scenting to Ami. Or. . Thia Gavel with this Settimi lit having i founded to death Tho democratic a it arty we Quot win now proceed to inn hide. Quot or. Bayne of Pennsylvania then read Tho report of Tho committee on rules which after considerable debate was adopted. Or. Husted of new York moved that the convention vote the committee authority to Issue link tickets to old Union soldiers now in the City. This motion was carried with Only blight dissent. After All the preliminaries were ended Tho chair recognized or. Welington of Maryland who sent in the following Resolution which waa read Quot resolved by the Republican party of the United states of America assembled in National convention that to tender to the German nation our sympathy in Thia hour of their great bereavement and great Snow caused by the death of their ruler the pm Pieror King Frederick of Ilie Reading of this Resolution produced great applause and when he could be heard or. Wei Lington addressed Tho chair and convention in i support of the Resolution. When he had finished i or. Harris of North Cai Olina stated that Tho committee on resolutions had prep ired a Reso i Lution which was not a part of the Jda form and i a is hich might be read now. The Resolution was read As follows Quot we tender to the Gei Man people our Heartfelt set apathy in Tho double loss they have recently sustained m the decease of the great Man under whose reign Dennany has become a United nation and that other great Man his Libernia minded peace Loving and Noble the chair gentlemen of the convention those in favor of Tho adoption of the Resolution just read will Rise to their Tho entire convention arose and the motion was declared unanimously carried amid great applause. After Long and weary waiting Tho committee on credentials at last announced itself As ready to report and the chairman or. W. P. It Plum of Iowa came Forward with the papers m his hand. He announced that Thi committe a had taken the printed lists As co Iteck except in Case of contest. There were Nineteen cd sea of contest few of Thorn of much interest save in Virginia. In the latter Case after a Thiee Loura debate the Mahone delegates at Loi be and the Wise District delegates were seated. Thia Quot was a a Victory for the Wise men. It was nearly i Dight and the convention adjourned until 10 o clock thursday la what is being done by the Nat Otid legislature. The House went into committee on the san dry civil appropriation Bill the 19th, Tad aft debate a provision appropriating �500,000for to la urary buildings was stricken out. Tho com Niit tee then Rose and after passing a Bill author a it. Izing the appointment of an additional Assoc \ ate Justice for Dakota adjourned. # messes. Mcshate and Laird precipitated w a red hot discussion in the House the 20th, we Vicli is of More than local interest to the i eople of the West and Northwest. When that paragraph in the sundry civil appropriation Bill which up Pron rates $100,000 for protecting the pal Xua. Lands was reached or. Meshane moved to Amend. It by reducing the amount to 350,000, he made a Short but Florous attack upon the special Agency Branch of the general Laud office. In the broadest and bitterest terms air. Laird denounced not Only the late commissioner of Tho general land office or. Sparks but the gun Era Jio Licy of the office As it relates to Spoo Ial agents. His denunciation of Sparks for Ana pending the Homestead Laws was extremely personal. Or. Weaver of Iowa defended Sparks and his policy and closed by saying Quot there is not a land grabber in the country who win not endorse the remarks of the gentleman from Mcshane s amendment was lost. In Tho Senate or. Far Eli s Biu directing the president to prohibit the i Mirta Tion of the products of foreign states in certain cases was reporte Ltd adversely from the committee on foreign affairs. The House Bill appropriating to Complete the Public building at Wichita. Kas., was taken up and passed with an amendment increasing the appropriation to a Lik ,0 x. The Senate then took up the pension Bills on the Calendar and passed All at them ninety two in Nur Aber. The House on the 21st voted to non concur in the Senate amendments to Tho diplomatic and consular and District of Columbia Aijiro privation Bills and ordered a conference on Tho last named measure. Llie House then went Inix it Coli Mittee of the whole on the sundry civil Bill. The Only change made m Tho measure was the addition of an Jane dment Oto ored by or. Mcshan neb abolishing the Surveyor general s office at Lincoln neb., and turning the papers of the office Over to the states of of Braska Aud Iowa. A debit to on Trio Pul ii land Buiwe a followed but without Quot con Londing the Bill the commit too Rose and the. House . Tiik Senate was not in session the Quot Sid in the amp a Lively debate resulted Over the sundry civil Bil. Which was i i Fly completed. Tha Homie passed tie naval appropriation Bill. I dirty seven private Jension Bills were passed it the Tivenin session. There was More interest to Iken in t he bulletins from the Republican National convention than in legislation. After a struggle lasting an hour in the House the Imd Over Tho order of business the Public buildings committees cured Tho floor and or. Brimle of South Carolina called up the Senate Bill for the construction of a Bui Liling at Portland. I a. By an amendment Tho amount was Reilik d to to too. Tho whole afternoon was spent in the Elfort to get a Judi us. And failing to secure one on a in position to report the amp Portland Bill favourably Tho House adjourned. How to prolong life it is tersely said that Quot All fools Are mad to Bong some Are i Adjer than others Quot and . Among the maddest of them it would be Safe to reckon those who having but one life to live run through with it in vain lamentation Over troubles which they cannot avoid or what is Vainer Over those which they can and which sometimes Are so Fiir in Tho future that they never come to bother them. To Quot take time by the Forelock Quot is a very profitable grip to hold on that Slippery old Ferow but trouble is not slip it Ery. And we should practice our Hasto and activity rather in keeping out of her Way As Long As possible a to build a Wall of mirth As it were Between her and us Over which her Clumsy feet would never venture to climb. Gravity is a grave thing. It May be appropriate at certain times and in certain places but As an every Day dish it is Tough and indigestible. A continual diet of India rubber would perhaps be As favourable to the growth and Tourish of the body and mind. Therefore if we Are Wise As Well As grave we can show our a Wisdom in no stronger Way than dropping our Gravity and Quot playing the fool now and even Socrates himself knew the danger of too much Gravity and frequently took occasion to sink some of it in the Gay tide of merriment. Quot flirt i Quot says an old writer Quot Purleth the blood confirms health Cau eth a fresh pleasing and line color prorogued life whets the wit Aud Marketh the body Young Lively and fit for any manner of and if we need Furt Iier proof of its life giving properties be can find it in the Bible spread Forth in unequivocal and unmistakable words Quot a merry heart is the life of the flesh Quot Saith proverbs Aud in Ecclesiastes we Are told that Quot gladness prolongs a Man s in the Jil Odding matter of fact Days of the present it seems we have too Little time to think of much else than Quot business serious business Quot and when we come to think of it it is a serious business to have our lives shortened with cares and labors cares and labors hat would be a great Deal More palatable and far less death dealing if seasoned with a Little mirth and nonsense. Let us Reform this altogether and take profitably to heart Shakespeare s advice Quot Frame your mind for mirth and merriment which bars a thousand harms. Quot a Julian Shallcross in May table talk chinese Sun . If a Ido Breaks the libel of Iier shoe in Iii Jujj from her Tatlier s to her Lisba ivs Miho it is ominous of us Liu i iness in her new Islat Loiis. A Brido ii Iii be Broi Iglitz Home wiil f a of Iii is in her Louse but not within one Hundred Days after coff is carried out. Domestic trouble Are sure to come upon one who is married within one Liim dred Days after a funeral. A Bride w Lille putting on her wedding garments stands in a round shallow Basket. Liis conducts to Hei leading a Placid Well rounded life in her future Home. After her departure from her father s door her Mother puts the Basket Over tie Mouth of the Over to Stoj the Mouths of All Olio Avold make Adverse comment on her Haugli ter and then sits Down before the Kitchen Range that her Pieace and Leisure May be dui located in her daughter s life. A Bride must not for four months after her marriage enter and House in which there has recently been a death or a birth for if she does so there will surely be a quarrel Between her and the Groom. If a Young Mother goes to see a Bride the visitor is looked upon As the cause of any calamity that May b Cienvie monthly / s to Quot / % of i f

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