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Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - December 1, 1883, Logansport, Indiana The week # vol. 35.logan8port, Indiana so Tuk Daia thanksgiving song. Come Enclee and Clasina coma nil Oes and Annie. Come Nephew a and brother a to won a and no cant a put Bosi neet and l a cobol books away they oar Bas Road Roux ii ii a thank giving Day. Come Home from the , a run Glen haired youth come Home irom your of tiv Rise Ana Kate und Euth from the anti tha counter tha farm coma away Nomo Home with you ail it w l Day the table is spread and Tho ii lunar is Dro red the coolie and the Moti Itra hate All Rotim their be to can ii Ltd of Bagdad a Quoter raw a i Chi a Quot. Or dressed of a treat like f or than git iii tay. Rita pudding and Vir it orters and in tip a come Forward and Aiea the Wilbo it is and buts bring none of Yoor Alim i ill aii a ii of hero thanks Givia Day coma Mcce in n year. Thrice Welcome tha Day in us annual round what treasures of love a us Holtom Ara found new England s High Holiday. Abcs eco and dear a a would be twice a Welcome if twice a a your. Now children Retli it tha Darling old place and brother and ported embrace the family circa a United once u Ore and the same Voican about at the old cottage door. The Grandfather smiles on tia innocent mirth and ble Apos the Power Liat Baa guarded Hia Hearth he remember no trouble he Supli no decay. But thinks Hia whole life Baa been thanks glaring Damp a. Than Praisa for tha Paat the present a cing and trustful await what tji8 future May bring doubt Udd Roll ring be j in lived Awny. And the whole of our live of be a giving Daub Hymen s altar. Some things Ujj which we should not say and do speech and manners. A new to old by miss Kirkland. The Little vol rime bearing the Aboto title is a very of diary title of the instructions of a a fool mistress to her pupils. The aim of the author has Bercu to select Many of the errors a which creep into our every Day language and Point oat their Iiicor-rectne.s8. It is Aston Wishin a hew Many of these expressions Iti constant use even by educated people. So have a we become to usin the ii Liph language e improperly that a Voca we Nee it written out As it should be it seems stilted and after Ted. Quot Good grammar is an expression to be avoided As grammar is necessarily Good. Quot Good English Quot May be substituted. Some of the commonest mistakes Are Quot those kind Quot for Quot that kind Quot Quot real Good Quot for Iver Good Quot As tu3 adj Active Jess cannot qualify another adjective t he Quot Don to Quot for Quot does to Quot Quot a dress fit Well Quot for Quot fitted Quot Well Quot Quot expect Quot f re Nippo a Quot a expect refers to the ire. Quot a Little ways Quot for Quot Way Quot a compan i it a diver Quot instead of Quot to or at dinner. It a i ainu for German loan for lend Trade for Deal in reference to purchasing at a More. The author has much to say of the incorrect use of quite the phrase a Good Deal Quot being remarkably bad English. Commence for begin Quot tonally As Well for Quot equally Well Quot Quot Seldom or Ever Quot for Quot Seldom or never Quot Quot had t you Quot for Quot would t besides grammatical errors there Are also some p Intel out which War against Good waste Sulci As Saleslady for Saleswoman. Other ins sauces Are cited of the use of words which Are endorsed by no dictionary such As the very common error of Prev Stative for preventive special qty for a Peci Alty and suppositions for suppose Vitious. Of word mispronounced i s Kirkland gives a Long lir to. \ Ery few give the Vowel sounds correctly. Ouly those who have had careful training from childhood can master the various shades of sound into which those few Little is Are capable of resolving themselves. Dug. Frog and bog pronounced generally Dawg. Frag Bav g Are a few of the Hundred errors of this class. In regard to tiie pronunciation of the word Root the author Speaks of the Many who wrongly a make it rhyme with foot and quot�3 or. Holme s lines learning knits her brows und a tam a her ii Kry foot. To hear a teacher Call a Root a Root. Volume Cine innate persist version Cor teens Dooty love Titus Treen Jious eighth Aig for egg liter Atoor and Many More Are quoted As every Day instances of slip shod language. The suggestions Given respecting the cultivation of Good manners Are excellent and would be particularly useful to children. On some Points the writer seems a Little too exquisite accent on first syllable for instance where she chides a dirty boy for asking for a Wash rag and tells him the Wash cloth is what he wants. Quot i often wonder Quot she Days Quot if people do really us a hemmed rings for Toilette Era Posos Quot. We have untold re Spect for mis Kirkland s knowledge of the English language and her ideas of Good Breeding but is can inform her that some excellent people yes even Church Mem Bera use an old stocking leg sometimes for a Wash rag and produce excellent re salts. On Tho whole Thia volume is a Val usable one More readable than a grammar and will be a help to both the Young and old. Published by Jansen Mcclurg amp co., Chicago. Price $1.25. For Sale by Peters a Beil. Marriage of miss May John of this City to or. C. M. Noyes of Bay City Michigan. Or. C. M. Noyes of Bay City Michigan a prominent lumber dealer of that City led to the Hymen Al altar wednesday one of Logansport s most accomplished and admired daughters miss May l. John. Miss May is the Only child of or. And mrs. Robert John of this City. The wedding took place at the Home of the Bride s parents on Spear Street at 11 o clock yesterday morning. Rev. W. E. Loucka Vincia Ted in his masterly style and pronounced the simple but impressive ceremony of the episcopal Church. The Bride and Groom a reseeded by their i Arents entered the parlor promptly at the appointed hour and in the presence of a few chosen relatives received the ceremony that uni it them for life. After the usual congratulations the bridal party proceeded to the Murdock hotel where a sumptuous wedding breakfast was prepared. The table was trimmed in Georgeous style and Laden the choicest fruits and delicacies. It was a princely feast and characteristic of the Clever Host by whom it was prepared. The bridal party consisted of the Bride Ard Groom or. And mrs John parents of the Bride or. And mrs j. E. Noyes of Bay City the parents of the Groom or. And mrs. J. Chesebrough of Kentland Indiana relatives of the Bride and Rev. W. E. Locks the of Biating Clergyman. The ride and Groom left on the 2 39 train for Chicago where they will remain for a few Days and then return for a visit among their friends in Logansport after which they will go to Bay City Michigan where they will make their future Home. The Bride was one of the brightest stars in Logansport society and her Many friends and admirers in this City will de Flore her absence from their social circles. She Groom As to have said is a promo neut Young business Man of Bay City Michigan and has Many acquaintances in to is City. The l Ridal pros soap was a Beautiful Cream ottoman Coteil Trimn de in a Cades of Point lace with Diamond ornaments and natural Flowers. Her travelling dress is a Golden Brown Surah silk skirt ottoman brocade Redin Gote and gloves to match. The Groom appeared in the conventional Black. The wedding was a quiet but Brilliant event and the contracting parties have the i Iasmi goad a of a of to Joe Taid ii a Host of friends in the voyage on which Why have just set sail. Bounced from the troupe. Two of the members of the Sothern company fail to show up a time Heie and Are dismissed from the company. Tha company of which Lytton Sothern is the Bright particular Star and which held the boards at tie opera House monday night was rent Vith internal Disse Tiou rest Cray and the troupe left this City for Litchmond minus two of its members. Tha cause of the Dilia Zulty As told by one who claimed to know All about the matter was of trivial consequence Bat it is said that the son of the old gentleman is of a very fiery and untamed disposition when once he is riled and when overtaken with these Quot spells Quot permits nothing to stand before him. Last week the company held the boards Ai civic ago. During their stay two of the members of the troupe became considered. Attached to the Garden City Anu i ii Tarry until the last Raoui unt ref it a Mission from tic manager of i in Corii Thuiy to remain Over and take the tri iii that arrives Here in the evening a few minutes before 7 o clock. The other members of the company arrived at noon and made preparations for the evening s performance. The evening train came but the two members failed to show up. They had tarried too Long and missed the train which fact accounts for the cutting of the play Here. Overcome with Wrath and ? indignation a Telegram was sent to Chicago by the manager engaging material to Supply their places and when the delinquents showed up yesterday morning they were set adrift upon the Quot Kuld Kuld there were explanations and protests but All to no purpose. The Fiat had gone Forth and the pair of Young gentlemen took a tearful Adieu of the female members of the company As they left for the South yesterday and then jumped on the first train bound for Chicago. _ vre Are in receipt of a Beautiful lithographic portrait of . G. R. Alden w to under the pseudonym of Pansy has written so Manor valuable books for children. Mrs. Alden is also the editor of the Pansy a juvenile Magazine which makes sunday literature a specially. The Pansy is one of the Well known series published by d. Lothrope amp co., Boston. Wide awake Lablona and Little men and women Are also among their publications. They Are All excellent magazines and adapted to the mental wants of children from Babyhood to years of discretion. Bethlehem. Ask a. J. Morrow Why he is Happy. A new House a being Bidet on the Manly land. T. H. Reder has moved to g. W. Thompsons place. The Smith boys Are their Mother s residence. Rev. A. Mckee preached at twelve mile Church last sunday. Stansel Jamison has gone to Kansas to spend the Winter with his brother. A son of Daniel Smith of Metea. Is dangerously sick with typhoid fever. A teachers Institute organize at Center schoolhouse on last saturday. The festival at Swelto mile Church o i last thursday evening was a very pleasant affair. H. C. Cush at organized a class in Voca music on last Sali Batu at the Baptist Church. 8lh�rvey Jones met with an Accident while handling lumber by a scantling falling on his foot making a painful wound. J. I. Mcdowell one of C. Yantis Drivers who was Hurt by a Wagon loaded with a Law log a a setting is Able to be around and will his place Fegain. The past week of warm weather has been for the growing wheat and Farmers Are improving the time gathering their Corn and other ways preparing for Winter. Monroe Yantis has bought a team of fancy horses of the Gray boys. Jocrce is a worthy Young Man and the girls should be ready As son of woman May appear on the scene at any time. If Quot Inow Quot in not ahead of me this week i shall exp sect to see this article in print we should to glad if he would Call and see us and make himself known we might form a partnership and be of some Benefit to each other in correspondence this tin roof is about completed on b. F. Yantis new House. Or Yantes and his daughters have had a siege of boarding hands the past summer but there is no Quot excellence without great labor Quot find their friends Hope they May live to i Joy the Quot frills of their our presbyterian ladies should to complimented upon their Success with their festival. Tho proceeds of which has enabled them to decorate the Church with paint and paper and there will be ser Valcas on next Sabbath at three o clock in the of the Moon 1� Yot know. A Rcv Enterprise. Tilador Lasselle Vod mesday received a letter from a Well known and prosperous Western manufacturing establishment making inquiries concerning the advantages possessed by this City from a manufacturing Point of View. The letter went on to state that the owners of the in ter Frise Are looking for some suitable place to which to move their factory and that Logansport had been suggested As possessing All necessary requirements. Being advised of the abundance of Timber and e Cellenti Railroad facilities Uliey have concluded to take immediate Steps toward becoming one of the business enterprises of this City. The gentlemen Wiio write Are in aged in the manufacture of a Patent Hame a flexible Gopher which maj to attached to Auy Corn plow and a Corn plow cultivator. Their establish Mont is at present located a a Small place that affords few facilities and is in an exceptionally prosperous condition. The capital Stock of the concern is or .000 and it is tha desire of Liose in charge to increase tha Stock to il0 �,0 in the removal is made. It is their desire to make arrangements by which the citizens of Titis place will take in Stock and assist in erecting suitable buildings for their accommodation. The letter was turned Over to councilman Mcnary who wrote Quot inviting the gentlemen to visit the City and look into our advantages. They Wii probably be Here some time next we a when every inducement will be to give them a favourable impression of la. A City. Our City possesses unsurpassed a. for establishments of this i id and no Enterprise should be permitted to escape wih out first being canvassed thoroughly. An official circular issued by j. M. Jjck Bullough first vice president states that or. E. A. Ford is appointed general passenger agent for the Chicago st. Louis amp Pittsburg vice j. C. Ernst resigned appointment effective december 1. Ivor. Ford has appointed or. Frank Van Dusen late chief clerk in Tho Pittsburg general passenger office. To Tho position of assistant general passenger agent of the Chicago st. Louis and Pittsburg with Headquarters at 100 Randolph Street Chicago. The appointment is effective december is and or. Van Dusen will devote special attention to the further development of Tho pan handle route Between Chicago Indianapolis Louisville and Cincinnati and from Chicago the weat and Northwest to the East. Jour Decem Hek i 188 i.-l2 pages. No. Is. B Jindall s tactics. It from tha front of the speak ship Khu Ssan still Calm and in Flea a very a Joe bark born on it inn ii re candidates a 4m a a High. Too . journal s a Ash special says the speak i ship Light warm .18 the any for Toa n Cratit caucus . A a the Days pos e of Tho contest Anil a of Kandall is every Day apparent. He is gaining tha Ioa of being a second for shrewdness. Tiie reports from the showing a Strong change in the senti of the press in his favor were no sur him. It turns out now that this Sud a in spirit was brought about by a and accomplished agent of or. Ran a who was quietly dispatched through Ith while tia other aspirants were in their Coay Headquarters hero that they had the thing in their own it is Whis ered too Itiat there Are Otisi Lor Prises in store for to Ese same states there in a marked i Terence in the of warfare adopted by them and it very interest Init Tovote the final result l Caudall s a it policy is to make no did Lues and no claims in detail. Iio arg and apparent it Sou that if lie Shoal his hand before he plays Ito gives Trio Sitti Wilt of hair �8 opponents st eos to Thiak Attiat Tho haps Dow Munas 1� preparing a postal Tele Niph Bill which he will submit to the Senate soon after Congre Meeb. His Tiea is to have trunks lines connecting Tho capitals of tha various states with the National capital As a main Centre and then have the lines in the states radiate from the state capitals to the leading Tost offices. A is of poem a to that it Purchase of any of the existing lines. A has had a numb Ltd of with Telegraph experts and i has Eoll cited a a. I figures bearing upon the actor.1 Cost of build ing limps. He also fax Amine the latest syst Stu of putting wires under grow a. He Cai Lenl upon the p2xt-Idciit and had an inuit View wit i him. It is not in Probach Itiat tiie president May room Maui m Postul Teit Siath in his Ruot Sase. Gen. Sherman wants a Rotert by the Gay of or at la get gives Hitu Opportunity to win it. On tiie oth or they i arable the to bar claim the Moro tip a a hoi or. Tio Tho no Beloli acut trinies of those firmly they to in ii uni of Luein. Only a few ago your visited Indall s room w Ith a list thas or. Kari is friends had furnish Tel for Publica Meh list purported to give the Nim Oer would live from each state on t ballot. Quot we give no names and the ii Lite but Tenn Quot except that we Are conf lat i. Has a in Jority Al rea<4 i that list Quot if said running Over it Hasti Quot that list is Ali a Wro except in to slates. On Quot state that this have there for Carlisle Viil go solid orh�4ail.&Quot Liere Are ail sorts of a a a Iio i a. Oao Bias Vid to your a ago that h kit Wii Liri to tithing Tirac tiie iii iii Dail c in a void to to Tilo Cei i s Lorty fight Ile another iii a his iii de a bet Vilall. Name Wili a get to it a till Olk Thea b Are still saying All will win. Few w Bina Hou that the tha it for a a Southern Itlen. A Natl . Hon. Joe Batik Lent Lucky being in the City was bins to is Tho strongest Man for entail candidate in Bald by All Odds. Mind you i i met Indi Vitial preference but Quot Whai s the matter with til Len Samuel a a Quot Quot not to be considered at All. Else Chance to rectify his great wrong was Loit right Here in Cincinnati at Tho last democratic presidential convention. The statute of limitation would of pirate against Quot Ohio has some tin Ilter Quot Ohio has had , Quot when will toy put up a Southern Man Quot Quot because there Are persons who attach a taint to any Man who Ever wore tiie Quot then Why not take one who Ditl not Wear the uniform but was prominent in other respects Quot he would not to accept Ted by the South As a repro putative Man. To a stay at Hoine would have their support. Yes sir the Confederate uniform has injury to Many a Mau War Elo a a 1. Take my own Caso in Tho cot it st with Randal it was one of the Closi tet vol is on , and my uni Funn beat me. Too in pm of a Haa who wanted to wed use of his a Arak sent. St. In acis mo., . Man rent y from ii Imago going nude Robe name of a. I Buckland Beta creating somewhat of a Grunt fits in Tito family of Gen. Sherman within the last week the details of which were Buckland labors under t4�e impression he is a Gurciu in Iiri he stems to have hair a somewhat inti Iuit it acquaintance it slip with to late Sim Ator Morten of Indiana and Joan a. Logau of Lii Irois. He also clinic that for several veal a past Lio has Lea a warm a personal Friend of Quot Gen. W. T. Sherman. Several it is Aijo a Jen-1 into Chicago and called at tue i &Quot.en. L Gau we re Acour Ding to his air Init he was receive to with a Reat civil a Iio says he told mrs. Logan that he it sized to marry and suggest Tiitu she should choose for him a Good Mitch. Your Friend Gen. Iierman has Sonis log Blu it is said the holy replied jokingly. Buckland took this in Dorji Earnest and thanked his hostess. He forthwith sat Down and wrote a letter to Gen. Shennan asking the hand of a Dau Ryhter in Marria a. To bring matters to a focus Buckland came to st. Jouis for the Pui Quot pose he says of asking Gen. Sherman personally to Gire him one of his daughters for a wife. Imm j Atter his arrival he went to the Home of Gen. Sherman on Gar lion Avenue. In so Wise to his ring Tho servant came to the Duoi Quot. �?�1 the our a ked Buckland. Quot a Lej the it vant. Quot Tell it re is a gentleman at the door who to see Lin in very a rat it in a few moments the general . A a . Sherman 1 Quot yes what do you my iii use is e. A Al. Buckland and i be Corno to see about marrying Volu daughter. Did you get my letters Quot Tho go Oral at once grew Wrath. So to i Are Tho scout Rel who has been writing Imp Ofier proposals to my family get out of Here or til Call the Buckland st cd Al amaze i for a moment and then began to Lack out pushed by tie irate general. As Backland i neared Tho door he raised his Haa 1 As if to strike Brick at the general saying Quot if you la give me a few men i been acting very curiously at the hotels. He has letters that prove his intimacy with the late Oliver p. Morton and is a iid to come from a very prominent of iii family. I t ters have been sent to the Logan family ing for Iriart Eulars concern aug him. The nor Hefin Pacific Lovi m Telegram in Story of a courtship Ovar 3,200miles of wire a Stirli wind tip As All Flach a i tories in Shouki. Wah a Wedd is. Cuil id at the Chicago it of. Minnie a. J. Dali was the i Zuchter of a of paper but pcs of st. John n. B., who dying left bit if it and a i Mie almost penniless and a order to Aid her Mother in the struggle for a a to it Ltd Brianc the Young lady undertook to Teu Raishy. She mastered the Art and iai Iye she Lucanie a proficient operator and w i i Rig i cd by the Western Union come Jinny at st. Jarl she remain etl a the be Ipa in s employ with sit a faction for a year without anything happening to change the current of by easy and uneventful life until about months at that Tim Amao went into Tho Suho Ikee where Sho was employed to Send a message to fort Worth Tel. The message a is very Brief and the lady took it and Tran it Mitt a it t j its destination. The of Iterator at fort Worth who received it was a of neg Man whore name was Allin Hani whose father who was a Confederate Soldier Hail been kill during Jotha War Leat in his son in care of his widow and Ruso of penniless almost. Voog i. V. A. Full name is Demy h., re it tved the a a which was it by the Young say Pirrim or a can and some tiling in the Niech Arviv s of its transmission known pro Kiriy a. attracted his attention. Lie Tek graph a Back to know who so Riding in. Tho answer wis returned Quot a Younghi h Quot with the Natt iral gallantry of to a Chi Vairous so themar y i i g Al in Ilioiu replied Quot you Send we nut to a outdone. Miss Odell is pie i an 1 sgt. D from this simple inti Rehaume of Quot Crar aliments great finite Wero i ii. To e st. Jona Yang lady and the fort Vorih Young Man full into a conversation Over the wires. Faey desc ii the a places where hey lived. Rojy told who they were and Many things la time Tom wire from fort Worth it was noticed was i Ritty much Quot hit it Felt i on Quot to the wire from st. J him Vav uen Ali a Texas operator had not Liing Ese to Lio. In like it was observed the st. John Young lady was talking very for irn fitly Slih Tho other in 1, almost of tha a it . This thing after seven Al months Biscaia Alu ii singly frequent. The fort Voith y i to Man called on the Youn adj in st. b. I ire breakfast us wire. He called her a it at. Midday to take lunch with Bira by a iridion the evening la sat tie Sola with i-.e-. Clasp iii Hor Lair form Vith his sturdy i it Arm and pressing Hir heaving bosom a Aust his starched shirt front of wire. He t Ven wont to Tho theatre with her let a v. Irei. Aud finally and As a matter of course he Bada her Good night at 11 o clock every evening by wire. The st. Jolt Damsel and the fort Worth youth fell in love by wire. It was in Tho nature of the Case that photographs should to exch an with quote amp Datch. Mails. The letter which accompanied the interchange of photographs were the Only ones which the pair Eer wrote to each other. They their receipt b wire. As As Thieu a hic were in the parlor of her lick s Home Vliss Odell last septera but Roe a ived we it she had Lonj exit a Lud this Ronn Rry Troni v. Ii in i it Raizk its . Kew y Ouk . news Man says i i s it at a Taik two ii two it a soils Havivi. Page inter in the Northwest. One of to. A a a t it i r i i a a Nair a i . Can , . It. A i h a s in w y Ork ski Ciui sat a it a guard Milton Saylor and Liea a wat a a a a. 1 1 a few words to it ther at the Quot a a it is hotel. Of Ayr said tut Randall v. <11.i a v a Cie Ltd speaker that any Boily ii to Nix key it that to was the p Lii Titian a Cong res and thai Carlisle Widd tied Hora kit the critical Point t i it he As Alln no. Watte son looked Dis r.-. It in said he could not see How it a it it in a to happen Aud yet i Obs i Ved by iii flush and trouble that he thought it True. Herbal Siut almost every Bothy likes Randall. The Campaign against him for speaker is almost Worth the presidential nomination to him. It has brought out one curious fact that the two political parties look at each other for guidance and Public opinion. Trie republicans who have had nothing to to with this Campaign for speaker have thrown their general business influence in favor of Randall not because they expect any party advantage from him but because he demonstrates that in business things there is a Large minority in both parties substantially a Accord. Sunset c of on manic. New York . 28.�?hon. S. S. Cox in a lecture on Quot music Quot at the Thalia theatre Here made a Happy reference to the singers who had preceded him by saying that he hesitated to com it Aro with their voices our which Quot had been used a a successful Campaign at Tho West and after a Little canvass for the a voice which his Friend of the Tribune would be sure to Reier to As utterly and thoroughly or. Cox thanks Ltd Jehovah for the evacuation of Lii Yot by the Chiodi a of Israel and god and George Washington for Tho evacuation of new y of k 100 years ago. Quot i meant to make a Speerli on matters outside of politics Quot continued tha lecturer after the applause had Suli Sidell. Quot a wish i Wero like Cicro who kept a Lyra about him to attune itself to his voice and when i say Lyre i Don t refer to the daily laughter cd Ponds wants a a Overn Wienc Tele. Erri it by. Washington Crry . 27.�?senator Montana Sud t it 1 Worth of Salt s every a numerous establish a he North Eric i Ai iii a Largo Irv a ere to Jav or men i i it it is throw ii Small wer an 1 a indent in the world lit Road a Gootel bin its started in Minnesota an t in then entered t in grazing 1 i it a line mining to Ion. Iko ,1-. And to keep be said Ilia Imi Lorail would a jul that i. Line that the tit read f most i that the rain .�1 the Way. It t a Ita by Tler 1 Throin h . Wjt a a. The uni. a in . Miles of splendid a 1 Sivilio in buy re Iche Ltd the facile in eng t re Rich of Tho Willamette and ure i Jii Vaie s. In a s id Tho sleeping cars on to Quot Northern i a civic Railroad since they lipid in c n running made �3 per cent More y than on Tho Union Pacific show Uig that Well to lop it pie take the trains. To said every a Fly of the line of the Road was trying to strike the place which grew like Denver. My informant thou it it it would be a place called Missoula. He said that one town in Montana 1 think it v. As called Bute vivid Hund Rixis of thousands of dollars wages every month to miners 1 us Pobe. Xot �0 had an it . New y Ork . A Quot Gath Quot says much is said about the destruction of Commerce but i can recall the time when there was hardly an Iron ship in this country built by our own mechanics. At prasent we have an enormous Iron tonnage we oily built Here because no foreign built ve9s<is Are allowed to compete Between our own ports. Our Iron shipping has been created absolutely since the War under the Tariff system and it is one of the largest navies in the world a we used in ship building by the lust census about 1.5 j,00 ,000 grounds of Iron. Ave used nearly a Lounds for new vessels alone during the year Aud the rest was used for the repairing of vessels. The of Delaware Lor Iuit Anee used i >,00l ,000 pounds of Iron Pennsylvania Neidy 4r. X 4.�,-000 pounds Aud even in the Lake Commerce there Wei a nearly0,000,000 to ids of Iron employed. Iain or trouble i at Pitts Urff. Pitts Viiu . meeting of Laliani ers employee i in Oliver Bros. Amp Phiip s nil this clip ised to a Copi a i wages from i 1.15 to Aan i there will skely to a Smriti j. The o aerators of the first i icon and third Pool refused to arbitrate the wage they Are watching Tho proceedings in Tho fourth Pool with much interest because the hitters undersell them. Transportation by River is much cheaper than by Railroad Aud Tho lower Pool can not compete with the upper on this account. Tue r Var Ai l l of r. Over the win it iii Cama the question to Quot a ii it incr a str was i ii be by and the v so r . 26. Are. Odo l Quot Viii. Gave their consent to l it Lile question was As to a it cd c ii in a humid meet. It was ii it Quot or air the distance and meet a. It a new y. T a Point selected was Chiev. Und i a -4th of november Nutzie y old lady Piid a Bright vivacious Pitt e -1 with by a eyes and a y Golden i air Ait ured at the Briggs House and Lei a Quot in. Ltd a a ii and daughter st. I it i a i the ill to i Day Ai pointed for the Lili t i a Jol lurking Young Man Witti -�z1.1- to Erie i i e and a l Siwy can Riu i vat i the Raniag hair i of the to i a i i for "11. H. Alien Imai fort of a a. Ii a 1 Lor 3�rs. A Dell and i. I quota Jiuu n to their , Aud lid the Way Teil of the w lae Yozing Touple who had a ii a. E ill to be Wianand Wii. The Viii a a b -. A anxiou.-, and in a Lieut Rel . As Tho Lii own faced Yuying iii till jobs. Odeli s d x a the lady. A Aud Loving Orv ird to Lee. L a. I by a Quot i ii. I i a. E a you in a minute by Quot and i y Quot i Iun Quot Quot Aid the a Joy Quot no in his arms Ani h a e Hir a like a o-.-a�-, and the d Jor an 1 1 i and to go Dawn st tirs Witti omit seeing the in Quot a iii is aider. Or. , oae 01&Quot the proprietors wow ii Una. D to the no i. Ivies. Odell told him Rne romantic Stu y of the couple s love while the a j couple sat Billing and to. Ing and Siuri Plung Sacii other s Lii s not by wire and asked his permission to have a wedding. Col Faiming readily Cucui Euton Aud in a few my Autee tha Rev. Or. Bit rows. A Presb tarian Clergyman was summon til. All the arrangements were 1, a cock county License procure 1, the ring Purchase to and ill or. Fanning a own room with or. And mrs. Pumau or. And mrs. Fasing and mrs. O Lell As with cd is the Youmg lady from h find the Young gentleman irom fort Vori h wer it it made one Aud the sequel to Tho ended. The proprietor of Tho to a a gave Tho party a quiet Little dinner an i a. Viag Ham tool his wife to fort Quot Yorth Lui mrs. Vitu returned alone to so. John. t , . Iii. A Tho Lehigh Coal and navigation coir aay lira a flared a Smi annual Divide and of 3 . Clear of i Analito of and at or Dol. Ike. To st cd holders As registered on the a la inst. This is the largest dividend uie company paid since in resume. Tha of its surplus earnings among the Sabaii holders. Tie Board of directors of Tho 1 Sikule phia Admington amp Baltimore Railroad Conj any held a meeting and deck red a Serai Ai Inual dividend of -1 per cent payable on and after january 2d

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