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Indianapolis Press (Newspaper) - July 1, 1888, Indianapolis, Indiana The India s Apolys press Sun j a a jux. Y 1, 1888. The marriage Lona Neve Woollen and . Miles Clifford Tacoma w. T., was solemnized wednesday night at the residence . B. F. Clifford North West Street in the presence the relatives and a few invited friends Rev. Or. Hussen pastor fourth Christian Church performing the ceremony. The Bride was become ugly attired in a Street dress Fawn coloured silk her Only ornament being a mar Chal Neil Rose at the Throat and carrying a Small Bunch. The Groom is a Well known Young attorney this City having resided Here until tie past two years. The House was beautifully decked with Flowers tie mantles and windows being banked with ferns Palms and roses All kinds. The guests were served to the dainties cakes ices and fruits. Or. And mrs. Clit Ford remained in the City receiving to Weir friends until Friday when they left for a stay several Days with . And mrs. C. C. Pierce at st. Loiuis after which they leave for to Weir Home in Tacoma where Uliey Avill go at once to housekeeping. Their friends remembered Vliem Lind Somel in tie Way presents All selected with a View adorning to Weir new Home. Among the guests were . And mrs. William Woollen mrs. J. A. Smith a Rushville Only sister the Groom . And mrs. Amos Clifford . And mrs. Clifford . And mrs. C. C. Pierce st. Louis mrs. Eudora Tousey . And mrs. Lewis . And mrs. Chas. Aneshaensel . And mrs. Harry Smith . And mrs. S. M. Dyer . And mrs. A. K. White . Anal mrs. J. J. Men throme . And mrs. Benj. Franklin . And mrs a. B. Thorpe mrs. Drapier mrs. Knowlton mis. Louis Kriel mrs. Senior miss Drapier miss Woollen miss perking miss Lewis miss senior miss White miss Doles miss Franklin. Miss Clifford miss Tousey miss Daubenspeck. Messes. Tousey Austin Woollen Sara More Howard Vincent will and Perry Clair a re. Xxv Neagli boyhood party was Given by misses Nellie Barnes Jessie Bird Lula Porter. Juliette Bryan Nellie Richards and Blanc lie King at the Home miss Barnes Ortli Illinois Street wednesday evening. The House was beautifully decorated with Flowers and flags. Dancing and games were the features the evening s entertainment. The Young ladies Olio gave the entertainment Are entitled to credit for having manufactured their own cake. A Jolly time was had by All. Those in attendance were Carra Atkins John Madden May Julian Perkins Flora Madden Hugh Bryan i , Charles Preston Iuie Toay jul Barr Louise Kirver Frank Liay Bessie Kii ii Ards i vel , Marie hich Quot will j Aylor Elsie Sager Deau Ilal Forn Mary Durham Frank hal fan Helena ruin Khmer Scott Francis Bruni Frank King Creighton Porter. The German club Pic nicked at Scott s farm tuesday leaving the City about 4 clock and returning by Moonlight. After luncheon music was tie feature misses Roberts and Robinson and messes. Butler and Blackledge giving some delightful selections the Banjo and miss Byers and . Will Wood delighting their hearers with their guitar music. There were about Twenty couples attending an Ong whom were miss Lieberls. Miss Hutler miss Vaj ii miss Keevis. Miss livers. Miss Bain miss Shanks Inniss Iray miss Kobici Ishii Riss , miss coffin. Or. Tousey . Muri Liv . Blacked ii . Wood . Don . Foster . Vajen a emr. Ponie Rov at. Hord . Byfield i miss Florenee coffin miss Ponie Rov. A party thirty four teachers under the leadership prof. Geo. F. Bass this City left thursday noon for California to attend the National teachers association at san Francisco. Among the tourist teachers were miss Mary Nicholson miss Agnes Rankin miss Margaret Hamilton miss Mary Marsee miss May Brown miss Kehrer miss Harding prof. Thompson Purdue University and miss Hannah Davis Lafayette. At Terre haute the party was joined by misses Lelma and Henri Ingersoll. The first annual reunion the stenographers Indianapolis will be celebrated by a picnic the fourth at Philadelphia ind. The menu As published will be Mast Cable by stenographers Only. Such dishes As Quot Book keepers league Quot Quot old manuscript boiled Quot Quot Briney tear Stew Quot and Quot Cal graph croquettes being named among the viands. A st. Patrick s Church gave an entertainment at their Hall Friday and saturday evenings. Personal mention. Or. Alvin Lockard is in new York. Mrs. Re do Lens is visiting in new Albany. Gen. J. B. Samahan has returned from Cincinnati. Miss Sarah Meigs has returned from Logansport. R. W. Geiger Louisville spent tuesday in Indianapolis. Or. And mrs. W. Eastman leave july 1 for the East. Or. Rollo Mccrea spent sunday with friends in Dayton Or. Lyndon Comstock spent the past week at Terre haute. Mrs. Mckernan will spend the fourth with friends in Dayton. Miss Ruby Reese has returned from her visit to Crawfordsville. The Bric a Brac club will picnic at have Sticks the fourth. Miss Bessie Hord spent last week with miss Southard at Greencastle. Or. Matt Belnap and wife South Meridian Street leaves this week for a two months stay at Challis Idaho. They will visit Yellowstone Park before returning. Mrs. Tyndall has fully recovered from her recent illness. Mrs. Harry Adams left for Nashville Friday evening. Miss Ida Pomeroy has gone to Findlay o., to spend the summer. Miss Lilian Smith is visiting mrs. Rankin East North Street. Or. And mrs. I. N. Richie left this week for a month s stay at Turkey Lake. Or. Watt Taylor will leave this week for Pine Lake to be gone two weeks. Mrs. Frank Howard left for Boston wednesday to spend the summer. Mrs. Holmes North Meridian Street has gone to Michigan for the summer. Miss Emma Brusac left monday for it. Carmel 111., for permanent residence. Or. And mrs. Julius walk spent last sunday with friends the Kankakee. Mrs. J. O. Cooper has returned from a visit to mrs. John Copeland in Chicago. Mrs. A. W. Hess has returned from a three weeks visit in Rensselaer and Attica. Mrs. Or. Avants left last week for Evansville to visit her sister mrs. Ploughman. Miss Jottie Wiles will spend the entire summer with relatives in Sioux City Iowa. Miss Miller Millington 111., is visiting mrs. De. Tully nor in Tennessee Street. Miss Jennie Heller pleasant Street has gone to Hanover for a stay several weeks. J. Kenick Minneapolis will a i fiend next week with his Indianapolis friends. Mrs. S. S. Summers i.,, is tie guest her daughter mrs. . Mrs. Geo. Tanner and Sou go to Battle Creek mich., monday to spend tie summer. Mrs. Anna constant Peru was the guest miss Florence Miller during the past week. Miss Ora Edson and Brollier leave Timur Day for an extended trip through California. Gen. John Coburn and a. J. Beveridge will deliver addresses at Greensburg the fourth. Miss Florence Krag has returned from st. Paul where she has been visiting the past month. Or. Dan m. Ransdell and family left last week for a stay some weeks at Cedar Beach. Judge Wilson Morrow and l. S. Ayers left wednesday for a ten Days stay at West Baden. Mrs. Ogle and children have gone to Linw cod Park like Erie to spend the summer. Ivies. Max Martinson West Michigan Street is spending the summer in Terre haute. Mrs. C. W. Fairbanks and family have removed to the Fairbanks farm in Illinois for the summer. Miss Mattie Logsden pleasant Street left last week for Spencer to spend the summer. Or. And mrs. Will Sylvester left last week for a month s stay with friends in Massachusetts. Mrs. Isabella Mcelhenney the Public Library has returned from a ten Days stay in Chicago. Miss Reba Rogers Pendleton ind., spent last week with miss Mary Fairfield North Street. Miss partello Waltham mass., is the guest mrs. Geo. F. Adams new York Street. Mrs. Ann Allen North Pennsylvania Street left thursday for Denver to spend the summer. Mrs. J. N. Huston Connersville was the guest mrs. John c. New for several Days last week. Mrs. Van Frank Galion is visiting her parents . And irs. D. P. I Lliott Madison Avenue. Mrs. Or. Comingore and miss Ada Comingore have ret turned from a month s stay at French lick. Or. I. B. Duncan and family Shelby Street left last week for Oregon for permanent residence. Or. And mrs. Robert Newland go to clinic ago to attend the National musical convention next wee. Miss Annie merrithew Pittsburg kan., is spending her vacation with her Arents Ruckle Street. Mrs. Charles Hall and children left thursday for Connecticut to spend the summer with her parents. Miss Eva Bruce and . Chas. My i Laughlin the South Side were married tuesday evening. Miss Florence Stewart left wednesday for a Short visit to her brother . Fred Stewart at Chicago. Or. John Brown Knoxville tenn., formerly the insane Hospital this City is visiting friends Here. Mrs. Herman Tuttle has returned from a month s sojourn with her aunt mrs. A. Tidd at Gunnison col. Miss Mamie Atchison has gone to Brookst Avn for a few weeks. She will Stop at Monticello her return. Mrs. Ann Allen North Pennsylvania Street left last week to spend the summer with her sister in Denver col. Mrs. L. E. Smith North Illinois Street will leave the first july for North Carolina to spend the summer. Or. Theodore Hinch Boston is spending a few Days with mrs. Elizabeth Conner North Pennsylvania Street. Miss Celia Schonacher the Public Library has returned from a three weeks visit to Joliet Somonauk and Chicago. Mrs. S. Hale mrs. W. W. Constant and miss Hattie Porter Peru were in attendance upon the musical convention. Or. B. B. Peck and family left last week for Rochester n. Y. Prom there they will go to the seashore for the summer. Mrs. Orlando Knowlton accompanied the teacher s California excursion As far As Tacoma w. T., where she will join her husband. Miss Emily Fletcher has returned to her Home in Spencer after a month s stay in Indianapolis with her sister mrs. Theodore Wagner. Or. C. 1. Fletcher accompanied by his wife left thursday for Europe where he will spend a couple months visiting the hospitals that country. Indianapolis was Well represented at French lick Springs last week. Among the guests were capt. James Bradshaw mrs. Eliza Hendricks col. Zollinger and family d. W. Coffin and family Chas. Sayles and wife and f. P. Wade and party. John Bradshaw left Friday for Europe for an Indef Wiite stay. The family . E h. Shaw have come to this City for permanent residence. Mrs Myra Plantz who has been visiting her father Rev. Thomas Goodwin left monday for her Home in Michigan. Mrs. Davie and son who have been the guests mrs. Col. Wiles North Delaware Street returned to their Home wednesday. Mrs. James Winter North Illinois Street returned tuesday from Springfield where she has been the guest mrs. Rabbits. Mrs. C. L. Hanford leaves next week for Geneseo 111., for a Short visit. From there she will go to Turkey Lake for the month August. Or. Jack Hinman and wife North Mississippi Street left saturday for Columbus where they will spend a fortnight with their Mother. Or. John m. Shaw and family left saturday for new York. They will sail for Europe wednesday and spend several months in Ireland. Miss Helen i Ewis who has spent the last seven years at Honolulu Sand Icli islands is visiting her sister mrs. Louise Plumer Michigan Street. Miss Nellie Hanvey tie Blind Institute has returned from her visit to new Albany and will leave this week for st. Johnsburg vt., to spend the summer. William Voorhees Judson this Cit. Who recently a radiated at West Point Lias received an appointment to the Engineer corps the United states army. Mrs. Or. Lewis and . Ned Lewis Crawfordsville wife and son . Lewis Wii Basli College were in the City the past week attending the musical convention. Miss and die Wiles left wednesday for new York where she will spend a few weeks with . Anu mrs. George newcomer. From there she will go to Boston for the summer. Miss Nettie Williamson was married night before last to p. M. Pursell at memorial Church by . Edson. Miss Williamson s Mother is a Cousin the late gov. Hendricks. General James r. Carnahan has been directed by the supreme Lodge the knights by Liias to take an extended trip through the Western territories and Pacific states for the purpose instituting new divisions the uniformed rank which he is major Geue Rul. The work will require Liis absence from the City from september to october. Musical matters. Tie Ilece Jit convention Indiana music . The Indiana music teachers association opened their twelfth annual meeting with a concert at Tomlinson Hall monday night. A Large and fashionable audience was in attendance. Madam Bloomfield the noted pianist Chicago and . Armin Recker Violo cellist were the stars the evening. Madam Bloomfield has Only to be heard to be pronounced great and has made Many friends in her Short stay in this City. Or. Recker will always be a favorite Here and his friends expect great things him in the future having shown such marked improvement in his cello playing since his instruction at the music College at Cincinnati. Prof. Erne Stinoff has every reason to be proud the manner in which the Lyra orchestra rendered the overtures. On tuesday morning the opening session the association was held at Plymouth a lurch an address being read by the president mrs. Flora m. Hunter this City. Or. Chas. Aber Crombie Chicago read a paper Quot the voice Quot which was very interesting As Well As instructive. I rof. Erne Stinoff gave a paper tie Quot dist nation voice Quot after which a recital was Given in which the audience was permitted to hear some the Best Talent the neighbouring towns including mrs. Rose c. Anderson Crawfordsville miss Delia Vingan and miss Mclaughlin Franklin. At the afternoon session after the regular business meeting a musical program was Given in which Home Talent acquitted themselves admirably. The concert in the evening was Given by miss Neally Stevens Tjie noted pianist Chicago acid i. Charles Abercrombie the great Tenor the same City. Of miss Stevens Little need be said As she already has a Fine reputation Here As a rival Madame Bloomfield having appeared Here some months since and being Well remembered As the Many tokens in the Way Flowers demonstrated. Or. Abercrombie was Well received. His aria Quot where you walk Quot by Handel and Quot Tom Bowling Quot were greeted with great applause. Or. Abercrombie is an easy and Graceful Singer pleasing because his perfect pronunciation. Wednesday morning the usual business session was held closing with the recital. The afternoon discussion Avrich was Quot Church music Quot led by Rev. G. L. Mcnutt followed by revs. Rondthaler and Mcculloch . We. Dana Warren o., and . G. M. Cole Richmond was spicy and to the Point in every particular. The annual election took place resulting As follows president a. F. Heath fort Wayne. Secretary a. F. Kinsey Lafayette. Treasurer mrs. Flora m. Hunter Indianapolis. Executive committee a. M. Cole Litchmond w. Gite Logansport and miss Ella w. Hitt Vin Cennes. Programme committee a. A. Zeller fort Wayne miss Nannie love Muncie Max Lack her Indianapolis. Representative boards a. M. Cole Richmond w. F. Gilfie Logansport miss Laura Gaston Richmond j. A. Kurtz Michigan City miss Lilian Smith Lafayette Alexander erne Stinoff r. A. Newland mrs. Flora m. Hunter and miss Mckenzie Indianapolis. Wednesday evening the last the seven concerts was Given to a Quot Large audience considering the inclement weather. Both miss Sweenie and . Louis Maas showed themselves permanent favourites in this City. Never did miss Sweenie appear to better advantage than this occasion. Or. Maas rendered his numbers As Only a True artist could showing unlimited skill and accuracy. Musical notes. Miss Anna constant who participated in the musical festival was the guest miss Florence Miller North Delaware Street. The Shelbyville Republican says that . Fred Otte who recently Sang a Solo in this City thinks that the Plymouth Church Organ is second Only to the grand Organ in Cincinnati music Hall. A Richmond glee club was singing the other night when the ceiling fell in them seriously hurting three members. Musical people Are always trying to bring Down the House but when they succeed they Are not altogether satisfied with the result. The Pickett missionary society the fourth presbyterian Church gave an entertainment at the residence mrs. Katherine Dorsey Central Avenue wednesday evening. Although the weather was miserable the attendance was satisfactory. The attractions the evening were a musical and literary programme. Quot a Gypsy tent Quot Quot Rebecca at the Well Quot Candy Booths etc., were presided Over b the Young , who congratulate themselves that the result has increased their Treasury considerably. Church notes. The sixth presbyterian Church Pic nicked at Clear Lake Friday. The Edwin Ray Church Pic nicked at Blue River Park this week. Tabernacle Chirch sunday school will hold its annual picnic at Golden Hill Friday next. The fourth presbyterian Church picnic last week astonished its managers by realizing a snug Little sum for the Church Treasury. The fourth Church will hold service during the entire summer. Rev. G. L. Mcnutt having Jiust returned from a three weeks vacation. Rev. Geo. Swan Grace episcopal and . J. A. Rondthaler Tabernacle Church will hold their churches open every sinday during the entire summer. The last meeting for the season the ladies missionary society first presbyterian Church was held tuesday afternoon with mrs. Herriott no. 77ts North Pennsylvania Street. During the absence Rev. Oscar my a Tillich in Bettalo and his summer vacation sacred concerts will be Given every sunday evening in Plymouth Church under the direction . Ora Pearson. Church service will probably be resumed in August. Literary notes. The latest verbal monstrosity is Quot Soloi Stic. Bancroft the California historian has a Library Worth s200,000. Mrs. Richard Watson Gilder and mrs. Grover Cleveland Are cousins. Quot a Nymph the West Quot is quoted among novels for the summer. The Quot seventeen yur locus ses Quot give Indiana an occasional vacation but the dialect poet we have always with tis. Amelie Rives is said to have rushed into Matrimony because All the newspapers printed her name Amelia Rivers. Amelie Rives cannot Liast a firm hold the Public heart until the press discontinues speaking her As Amelia. Indian students in the government Indian school at Genoa neb., publish a Semi monthly paper called Quot the pipe Kate Sanborn pronounces Quot Agnes surrage Quot by Edwin Lassetter Bynner Quot the Best novel that has come out Boston this Alice Wellington Rollins has issued a new novel called Quot Uncle Tom s tenement Quot dealing with the terrible evils the tenement House system. Base Ball was mentioned in Jane Austen s North anger Abbey Quot written about 1798, and referred to As played by the daughters Quot mrs. there Are dry regions in Indiana to which Coates Kinney the author Quot rain upon the roof Quot is earnestly requested to Send written directions. Another terror has Arisen in connection with War reminiscences a Quot Battle ode Gettysburg Quot being contributed to july Scribner by George Parsons Lathrop. The latest literary curiosity in France consists a volume containing the roman Catholic mass and prayers Woven in silk a White surface. Price Ajilo. Writers Book notices Sho Tild More discreetly Frame their phraseology. It is no recommendation to a Book this time year to assert that it is going off Quot like hot Uncle Remus has a revival in the person Charles c. Jones jr., who has written an entertaining volume tinder the title Quot negro myths from the Georgia coast Quot told in the vernacular. In the fall 1876 the late emperor Frederick wrote a Little Book entitled Quot my journey to the Orient Quot which Only forty copies were printed and presented to his personal friends. Robert Browning has the largest collection in Europe american poetical works. The eminent writer doubtless likes to Commine with the pure undefiled English language once in a while. Robert Loutis Stevenson says Wagner s music fills him with Quot a sort desperate a foreboding probably that the player will neglect to drop dead tin til the hearer s agony is All Over. Admirers w. D. Howells Are disappointed that this writer does not show any inclination to follow his novel Quot april Hopes Quot with a seasonable romantic sequel entitled Quot june Indianapolis has the pleasure beholding her portrait in the july Harper s Magazine sketched by the pen no less a person than Charles Dudley Warner. The literary advertisement is the very finest the species. Georgia is to have the finest Chautauqua in the United states. It is to be situated in the suburbs Atlanta. The usual summer Assembly features will be present and a session one week will be devoted to Southern literary people note. A. W. Longfellow Portland me., bears a Strong resemblance to his distinguished Vioet brother both in manner and person. He is a cultivated antiquarian a great literary student and spends a Large part his time in his study. Robert Louis Stevenson writing Quot popular authors Quot in july Scribner says Quot it is my Consolation that Charles Reade nearly wrecked that valuable property the London journal and the King us All George Meredith once staggered the circulation a weekly the Boston journal says wisely Quot the summer novel 1888 seems to be Princi ply remarkable for the tender appreciation which the male characters have for the clothes worn by the women. A new hat a ribbon a Well fitting frock throw the swains into ecstacy and they Are As Apt As Balzac s Duke in detecting the pretences an ill dressed literary problems Are to be reckoned among the excitements the Day. Three Young ladies in this City spent their Leisure for one year seeking oat authorities for Quot Moulton s prize Book poetical quotations Quot and discovered 717 out the 800 quotations Given. The largest prize offered was $100. The three Young ladies received in return for their efforts the next to the lowest prize. Excluding the pleasure and literary profit included the Young ladies have decided that sewing carpet rags at eight cents per Ball would be More lucrative As a bread and butter background. The fourth volume Alden s manifold cyclopedia contains Illust nitrous and extends from baptism to biberry�?6? 7 pages Large Type handsome cloth binding for 50 cents. Tie great Merit the cyclopedia is its adaptation to practical use giving under each proper head the information most Likely to be needed and in concise easily available form. Careful examination impresses one with its accuracy As Well As the fullness its information. For actual use it abundantly answers the needs All save those whose pursuits require exhaustive study certain subjects. The combination unabridged dictionary and cyclopedia is a wonderful convenience. Each volume As it comes to the Reader s hands invariably Renews the Surprise Felt that a Book so Well got up can be afforded for a Price so Low. The work is not sold either by agents booksellers but Only by the put Blister direct which in some measure accounts for the wonderfully Low prices. John b. Alden 3 3 Pearl st., new York is tie put Blister. National teachers association. It will meet year in the City Saa Fra Cisco. California has succeeded in inducing the executive the National educational association to accept her cordial invitation to meet in san Francisco in july and the intellectual Quot Bill fare Quot is most anti org. Tie association opens july 17 and closes the 20th. The themes to be discussed Are As follows Quot literature in the Reading coitus is the Public schools considered under three Heads 1. The place literature in common school education. 2. Practical methods using literature in teach King Clil Dren to read. 3. Practical value in life a taste for Good Quot How can our Public schools Best prepare Witiw abiding and Law respecting citizens 1. The knowledge most valuable to this end. 2. The discipline most valuable to this end. 3. The culture most valuable to this Quot current criticism our Public school system a Uhi what answer. 1. The schools fail to cultivate the religious sentiment to teach morality. 2. They fail to give a reasonable Mastery the subjects studied. 3. They fail to give a proper preparation for Active business Quot practical education 1. Hio psychological View. 2. The Post tar View education As a preparation to earn a living. 3. Where should general education end and special education begin Quot Quot the relation the state to school books and appliances l the general function the state in such matters. 2. If there should be uniformity should it be a by Aai Gove. State contract b by state publication c by state decree 3. Should the state furnish books and appliances free Quot Quot what is needed in our educational sys Tern to secure respect for common Laboz wage working 1. What is the True american idea labor 2. The influence polytechnic instruction. 3. The influence etly Cal for the general meetings the association mornings and evenings the Granc opera House Lias been leased and for department meetings there have been leased metropolitan Temple Odd Fellows Hall. Pioneer Hall Bani brith Hall Youmg men s Christian association Holl Union Square Hall and Saratoga Hall. The music committee is arranging the programme for a monster concert Quot with a chorus 000 trained voices and an orchestra seventy five picked musicians in connection with the exercises the first night. The Cost will be about two thousand dollars. Indeed All the committees directed by president Aaron Gove Are hard at work Prefi Aring to make the meeting in every Way a Success. These arrangements include a a Timber desirable excursions with a View to entertaining still further the numerous a tests. A Model Library the pretty town Quincy ills., which is built a Bluff tie East Bank the Mississippi and overlooking that Noble Stream is to live a new Public Library building. It will Ike a remarkably Fine Structure. Quincy s pu0p03ed Public Library. The Comer Stone has been Laid and the building which will be capable containing 00,000 books is in a fair Way to be completed at an Early Day. The whole when finished will have involved a Cost $50,000. The Cut Given presents a fair idea the Structure As h is to appear. Make the City attractive. Quot people Are just beginning to understand Quot remarked an observing and much travelled gentleman Quot Tny to it pays to make a City attractive to visitors. I mean this Side the water because europeans have Learned the lesson Long ago and the result is found in an Ocean travel abroad. America surpasses every other country in natural attractions but there is very Little attention paid to Art and decorations. Our cities Are plainly but the streets Are poorly kept there Are few drives and Bluit attractions we have Are not Well advertised. But a change is taking place for the better and the result will soon be apparent. Architectural Beauty is not a waste Money As americans used to think but actually a some Revenue if looked upon As an . Philadelphia Call. A st Iange Railroad run the bicycle principle Experiment a Vith a new invention at humid Len a Fland and pict ire showing tie proposed View Road. Sea. A since men m yer a rss a i i m a for posts Young men Hare been Riding about bicycles never dreaming that the Little vehicle illustrates a i principle which might be operated a very much larger scale. The Speed at which a bicycle can be driven by muscle is Twenty four Miles an hour. It occurred some fifteen years ago to . E. Moody Boynton that if the principle could be applied to the Railroad system far greater Speed and safety could Quot be attained. Since then to has been experimenting Rul its at last Bruu glit his system to Sulci perfection theoretically that lie has determine onto test it practically. An experimental Road is to be built from Hampden n. H., to Salisbury Becali cottages Oliree Miles Long and the locomotive and cars Are being constructed. The engine has one driving wheel eight few t in diameter a Jiichi runs a single rail end View Small below Ami i.-? Liode i e. Firmly in position by Means Small wheels r 0-i\iur.g a single guide rail above though the system May be applied to a double lower and upper rail As Well. The engine cab and tender Are All one solid piece. In the widest part the engine is Only 14 inches. The Crank is unlike that Ordinary engines. It is a regular Bif Volo Crunk the connecting Rod being fastened to the Crant in the place whore the pedal the Road bicycle is attached. This give Power. Tutti tit res an enormous leverage jul three i bicycle engines. The Speed is increased one third by the prevention slip in the grooved driving wheel which clings to the rails and without changing the size the Ordinary drive Jug wheels the stroke Speed will be increased one tour a. By increasing the driving wheel shortening the stroke almost any rate Speed May be attained. If the treading an Ordinary five foot bicycle wheel by a Man can Send him a mile in two and a half minutes the stroke the rapid engine Piston would bring More than Fostir times the Speed a thou Sand times the Power. A drive Alieel ten feet should give a Speed Coo Miles an hour the Otth Speed is always limited by friction and air Iive Tsure the last which i increases the velocity attained. Considering firmness with a ditch the train is to the a Acle and its compare Tiro lightness it estimated that a a mii 120 Miles an hour will to reached. Sho Tild Tais Speed be averaged tic continent Niny be traversed in u Day instead a week As now. Cross Section. Showing by id re Anil a Aethol using the some track for both the eld and new styles Arrango morits for sudden stops Havo Becu made and it is expected that the going round Cirves be attended with much More safety than by tie old system. It is not anticipated that the old Road Beds will be abandoned but that the bicycle syst Era will be placed upon them. The results the experimental trains will be awaited with great interest. Otie tonn Pullman. The to in Pullman which is a curiosity in its Way is within a few minutes ride Quot Chicago and it is Here that George Pullman has tried his social Experiment. The Pullman Palace Cir company gives employment to about 4,000 the residents and other factories have grown up in the Little City. The car company turns Oil. About �8,000,000 Worth ears during the year and they build All kinds cars. They can make forty freight cars a Day and the Allen paper car wheel company which is located there turns out 15,000 paper car wheels every year. The town is a Beautiful one. It has a pretty Little Lake a hotel a Market House and school building and the Arcade which is a building covering Over half an acre ground contains the Public institutions and All the stores the town. The company will not permit any shops stores to be established outside the building so that a lady Pullman can do her shopping a rain Day without getting her feet wet for All the business is under one roof. The Torii has a Public stable and a hotel run by the company contains the Only barroom i in the place. The Pullman farm comprises 175,000 acres. It is devoted to gardening and was established for the utilization the town sewerage which is All collected in a Mammoth tank and and thence pumped out and dist bated Over the fast

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