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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 29 April 1892

1Ma#0 Paila Sitncé. V. «DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." V* >L. 1 VELASCO, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL ft 189 2 . NO. 12g{ A 4 ™ ARB OF7BRIMO Choice Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $1B per Acre. Terms easy. THE FARM AND HOME. TO BRING UP THE FERTILITY OP SOIL. Special Treatment Noeessary—Sinut In Wheat and Blasting la Oats—Hor- ticultural Notes and Huma Hints. Farming on Clay Moll. Most of the clay farms of tho coun- try are usually too wet and sticky for tillage, says the American Cultivator, until late in the spring time for best results with corn, oats or potatoes. On many of them the soil is too wet in winter and spring for winter wheat, unless considerable labor is expended in manuring it heavily. Clover is likewise a hard crop to grow on such soils, for it is often killed the first winter. ( lover cannot be trusted on such soils to bring up its fertility, for the heavy freezing would throw the ble tap roots...

Publication Title: Velasco Daily Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 29 April 1892

THE DAILY TIMES ESSENTIAL TO HEALTH IN VELASCO. I88UKD EVERY MOKKINU BV VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From Times building, corner Front •ud South Second street. ~ hubscrihtion. nv cakkikkh; Mngto copr Jl w tn- Oat we«k •; „ One moutb On* year--in advance by maii.: One year In advance 811 month* jJ|*J Three months ¿,J(), , Allsubscription* will be promptly attended to. lu yesterday's Timks we | placed before our readers three ; essential features lor new ¡coiners in a new town to j consider. The next is couforniity 1 ¡ to laws conducive to health. The first essential law oi this nature most likely to he violated is the water you drink. Fortunately a large, proportion of the homes and business houses in Velasco are supplied by cisterns, but even these should be disinfected by charcoal being placed at the bot- tom of the water, and catfish kept therein. There arc Aovektisiíío:—Iluten made known on application. All subnoriptioiin and advertising must be paid i continually weekly. Fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 29 April 1892

► Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking; Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE PERSONAL MENTION THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVERY MORNING BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. velasco terminal Arrivals and departures from Velasco: akkiyk Velasco . 2:1"> pui Houston, 0:50 pin LKAVK 11ouston .. .10:-10 am Velasco 3:10 Jim STEAMER W. 11. STEADMAN. t.eavb vki.asco: 7 o flock. .. H. 111. lo " ti ra. .r> " |i m. i.kavk quintana : 8 o'clock a. m 1 " p.m. 5:4ft p. in. J WARD, Captain. CHURCH DIRECTORY. IIaptist CnI'ltc'if:—Service 11 a. in. 2d and 4t!i Sahbaths. Rev. W. E. Tyne.s, Pastor Sunday school.'1:00 p. in every Sunday. F. S, O t,u vKit, Secretary and Superintendent. Eimscm'AI.:—Services every first and fourth Sabbath at the Smith building. Rev. Buow.n, Rector. Tahebnaci.e:—1st and !ld Sabbaths Rev. R. li. Hodge, Presbyterian: 2d and 4th Sabbaths, Rev, YV. T. Keith, Methodist. Sunday school at 9:.'¡0 a. in,. C. M. Patlllo, surerintendent: Geo. Moore, secret...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 29 April 1892

AN UNLOADED GUN In the Hands of a Careless Boy Gets in Its Deadly Work. ANDY SANDERS KILLED BY SOPHIE X>NES tfct Dlicavcrir at Several Caeca af Smallpox la fflorrla Cauatf Causea mack Alara. Benchlky, To*.. April 25 Little Nettie Henry, the 6-year-old daughter of Mr. Jame Henry, who Uvea in the Thompson creek neighborhood, seven miles south of thia place, was acci- dentally ahotand instantly killed by her 10-year-old brother, Milton Henry. Two of the Henry boys had a gun on the gallery, and the brother holding the gun in his hand placed it on the floor of the gallery and went to the lot to turn out some horaes. While he was gone to the lot the younger brother loaded the gun and when the boy returned he took it in bis hand and not knowing it was loaded, begun to take aim and snap it at a post that was standing in the direction of the lot The child was playing between the house and lot, and us the gun was discharged «■aught the load in the side of the head, killing her instantly. U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 30 April 1892

to paila üitues. "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT /t PROMISE.' VOL. 1 VELASCO. TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 30 .1892. NO. 125. ABBOT £ MARMIOlT ARB OFFERINO Cljoiee Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $1B per Acre. Terms easy. UP IN GREENLAND. NERO NOT IN IT. The Methods of rif;litlnn Fire* hi Al eient Koine. An interesting1 article upon fir® fighting as practiced by the ancient Komans appeared in the London (¡lobo of a recent date. According to the writer, the first Roman fire brigade was organized by the Kmperor Au- gustus. and consisted of seven bands, each under a captain, charged with the protection from lire of two of tho fourteeo municipal districts. The j prefect of the watch was the chief of-! ficer of the brigade. The weapon used by the firemen; was termed a lama, but what this was j is doubtful as some writors maintain that it was a water bucket and others j a pole with a hooked end. There1 were incendiarios in those d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 30 April 1892

THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVKUY MOUSING I1Y VELA8C0 TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY From Times building, corner Front and South Heooud Htruet. MUHSCKII **i ION. KV «'AKMO-;.".*: «Ingle copy ... ft rent* Oue week I* Oue month '*> One year- -•n advance •■*>•<*) ISV MAM : One year In advance •!>.'*! Mix month* . ;<-«>o Three montliN '¿,00 All subscriptions will lie prompt!)' attended to. Advkbtisino:—-Rates ma*!e known on application. Ali duhscriptioiis and advertising must l><* paid weekly. Foreign and transient ad- vertisements in advance. No devia- tion from this rule. No advertise- ment will be received after 6 o'clock p. m." The Daily Times will be found for sale on all trails, "boats and by all news dealers. Entered at the post office at Volasco, Texas, as second class mail matter. All communications should be address- ed to Daily Times, Ve lasco, Texas. Mr- Hogg' "trolly" is not runj niug very smooth. Velaseo is the rising star of the south. All eyes are upon her. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 30 April 1892

'X Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOU/IEUT PURE THE DAILY TIMES issued every morning by VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIMETABLE. VELASCO TERMINAL. Arrivals ami departures from Velasco: i.KAVK i akk1vk Houston .. . 10:10 am Velasco . 2:15 pm Velasco. .. 8:10 | in | Houston. . G:50 pw steamer W H. stf.ADM AN. i.kavk viu.akco: 111 8 «'clock 1 " h . id. p in. i.kavk quintana : II. tu p.m. p. m. j waud, Captain. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Uai'TIBT Cniutcu Service* 11 a. m, 2d ami 1th Sabbath*. Rkv. \V. E. Tynks, Pax tor Sunday xchool 3:00 p. m every Sunday. K. S. Ui.ovKit, Secretary and Superintendent. Kimm 'H'ai.:— Services every first and fourth Sabbuih at the Smith lxii 1<1 Rkv. Bbown, Rector. Manager J. E. Campbell, of the Ve- lasco lee Company, sends bis lee wag- on to all parts of the city, morning and evening. Buy your ice direct from the driverat one cent per pound, cash on delivery. Every body knows that ice is made of Altered water ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 30 April 1892

THE WTTLE BOY. there ben a lyttle boy e wolde not ronrie and play, And helpless like that little tyke Ben auwais in the wuy. •«Go , make you merrle with the rest," His weary moder cried; But with a frown he catch her gown And hong until her side. • •••• • Godde loveth children, and cloth gird His throne with such as these. And ho doth smile in plaisauncc while TUey cluster at his knees: And sometimes, when he looked on earth. And watched the buirns at play, Ho kenned with Joy a lyttle boy Ban allwais in the way. ma t" And then a moder felt her heart How that it ben to-torne— She kissed eche day till she bea gray The shoori he used to worn; No bairn let hold untlll her gown, Nor played upon the floor— Godde'* was the joy ; u lyttle boy Ben in the way no more' —Eugene Field A DEAR OLI) GOOSE. W was a good thing to know ,Ja/!k FuirnlvuL If you wanted ten dolía? hft (1 let you have It; if you got into i sciupa ho'd do his utmost to get y'JU ou 'of it; if you were down on y>u- luvlc a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 1 May 1892

JUL. «DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." VOL. 1 VELASCO. TEXAS, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 1.1892. NO. 126. ABBOT 5 3^AB]^X01sr PEARLS PROM THE OCEAN ARB OFFB3RINQ Perry & Northrup Choice Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $18 per Acre. Terms easy. ■ÍW5 HE BARKED AT DEATH. A Newfoundland Dor Who S w 111* Fate ami M«>t It. Fully a hundred people last winter waiting at Thirty-ninth street for an Illinois • Central suburban train one morning, says the Chicago Tribune, viitnessod a big, noble-looking New- foundland dog make a losing fight with fate on a cake of ice out in the lake. The splendid creature had evi- dcntly been on the treacherous crystal raft all night for ho was literally coated with ice and frost while his hind quarters were almost totally use- less. evidently being frozen. Every few moments he would utter a howl or cry so piteously as to re. semble the death moans of u human being. Now and then ho would look t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 1 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOOTTELY PURB THE DRILY TIMES ISSUED EVERY MORNINO MY VELA8C0 TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From Times building, coruer aud South Heooud street. Front SUBSCRIPTION. —tt y cabbierh; Single copy 6 cents. One «reek J# ,, One month 8® One year- -lu advance •6-00 hv maii.: Oue year In advance W.OO SI* month £00 Three mouth*... ,, AH nubacriptlona will be prompt!y attended to. COL. E, H. CUNNINGHAM. THE SUGAR KING TEXAS TALKS. OF LARGEST REFINERY IN THE WORLD. Advertising:—Rutes made known on application. All subscriptions and advertising must be paid weekly. Foreign and transient ad- vertisements in advance. No devia- tion from this rule. No advertise- ment will be reoeived after 6 o'clock p. m.* The Daily Times will be found for Bale on all trains, boats and by all news dealers. Entered at the post office at Velasoo, Texas, as second olass mail matter. All communications should be address- ed to Daily Times, Velasoo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 1 May 1892

SIDDALL & RATTILLO u>; PLANINC MILL AND lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH LUMBER-YARD, ON AVE. D SOUTH OF RAILROAD DEPOT. w ;Vi& Mi ft : P m m m IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIllllllllUIIIIMHHIUIIIIIIIUIIHinilHHIIIIIIIHiaUIINHIKIIIN] We wish to call the attention of Contractors Builders and Consumers of lumber, to the feet that we are prepared at our mill to make all kinds odd Doors, Sash, Store Fronts, Door and Window Frames, and Interior Finish of every description, Turned Column , Newels Balusters of the latest styles, Dressed and Matched Floor- ing and Ceilings sent out right from the ma- chines, and every builder knows that di eased and matched flooring right from machines, works very much better than alter it has been lying up in sheds for months. Estimates prompt- ly given on all mill work We Propose to Meet Houston and Galveston Prices • ¿/c ■ • On all classes of work. We also manufacture all cypress cisterns of any size desired Houston and Gal-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 1 May 1892

MARRIED LIFE. Two flow js blossom on one sU-m, Two streumlet* mingling run; And lore and habit blending muke Two lives us truly one. One In each interest, hope anil fear, Whatever chance betide; 0*6 in affection'a bond, though two, To oomfort, strengthen, guide. When passion'« torrid zone is past, Heart* only draw moro near; And silent sympathies of love Strike deeper year by year; When every little fault is seen, And ovcry fleeting mood, And all the nobler impulses Are shared and understood. Yet still our secret, separate dread Will sometimos clouu each mind; Ah! which must, face this cruel world When left alone behind í —W. E. H. Lecky in the Spectator. HEAVEN'S VENGEANCE. I, who write for you this singular talo, to tho entire voracity of which I can testify from my own personal knowledge, shall not tell my roal name, nor whoro tho iucidont which I am about to relate took piuco. It makes no difference, whatover, to the story. and. although I am only a carpenter and jobber In a sma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 3 May 1892

Uelaéfo Paila Atines. "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." VOL. 1 VELASCO, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 3,1892. NO 127. ABBOT § MABMION ARE OFFERINQ Choice Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $10 per Acre. Terms easy. A HARD LIFE. Pltjr « I'our Henpecked King— TJU* King of Annum'* Trinis. An Oriental dispatch casually men- tions the fact that the Kin? of Annam has at present b79 wives. Thin leads an analytical Jacques of the Minne- apolis Tribune to moralize as follows: Consider for a moment what thlá statement entails. Glancing back a few years in the life of the king it is evident that at one time, not Ion? past. Annam's ruler must have had 679 sweethearts. If he had visited cach one a whole evening it would have been impossible to have gone through the list in a year. Aow, ro self-respecting girt will be satisfied with a lover who calls ones a year. Twice a week is a good average. On this basis let us do a little figuriug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 3 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES' texas exhibit cars. A GIGANTIC STRIDE. ISSUED EVEItY MOUSING IiY | VEUSCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From Times building, roruer Front •lid Houth Hecond *trwt. VISITKÜ BY A CITY OF «0,000 HOULM. «ingle «'opj One week Die mouth Our your- 'u advance táUHSCRII-*'ril>N. ■v oa huí kick; Product oí the Farm, the Orchard and the Miuea SurpaMN all Other* One fear In advance Six months Three month* BY MAII.: 5 colli* 1ft " fill " J.VOO r>.UU M.OU •¿00 or*u iiitiii i «i« • «7— , . All subscriptions will bo prompt!)' attcnd-d l*>. Advertising:—Jtates made known on application. All subscription and advertising must be paid weekly. Foreign aud transient ad- vertisements in advance. No devia tlou from this rule. No advertise- ment will be received after 6 o'clock p. m/ The Daily Times will be found for sale on all trains, boats and by all news dealers. Eatered at the post office at Velasco, Texas, as second class mail matter. All communications should be address- ed to Da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 3 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Powder ABSOLUTELY PURB THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVERY MORNING BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. velasco terminal. Arrivals and departures from Velasoo: l.l'.avk | arrive Houston 10:40 am Velasco 2:15 pm Velasco 8:10 pin | Houston t.ifto pm STEAMER W. H. STEADMAN. lkavk velasco; 7 odock a.m. 10 " ..am. 5 " p m. i.eave quintana : ío'c 1 " 5:4ft. m p. m p. m, J. WARD. Captain. CMUROHBI Bai'tist Church ¡—Service* 11 a. in. 2d und 4th SaiiliathR. Rev. W. E. Tyneh, Pastor Sunday school 3:00p. in. every Sunday. K. S. (ilovkk, Secretary und Superintendent. Episcopal:—Services every llrst nnd fourth Sabbath at the Sinitli build.ug. Rev. Brown, Rector. Tabernaci.e:—1st and 3d Sabbaths Rev. R. B. Hodge, Presbyterian; 2d und 4th Sabbuths, Rev, W. T. Keith, Methodist. Sunday school at 9:510 a. in,, C. M. Palillo, superintendent; Geo. Moore, secretary. Christian Congregation worship in the Thomas school room next door west ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 3 May 1892

NICARAGUA CANAL A Convention Wanted to Push This Great Scheme to Successful Issue. TWO WOMEN MEET A FIERY DEATH. A Jealous Husband Kill* Ilia Wile, Kkooii Her Lover and 'I lieu marl Himself. San Fhakcisco, Cal., April 28.— An address to the American people han been prepared by the committee appointed to arrange for a national Nicaragua canal convention at St. Louis next June. The committee sub- mit that in this age of commercial activity the United Stales must push trade and commerce or it will lose its foreign market and suffer financial de- pression. The committee holds com- mercially that nothing within the range of thought will accomplish so much for the country as the building of this great waterway. It will shorten the distance by sea between the Atlantic and Pacific coasts 10,000 miles and from the Pacific to Europe 7000 miles. It will open the com- merce of the Pacific with the valley oí the Mississippi gulf states anil the val- ley of the Mississippi gulf states and the far...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 4 May 1892

to pailt) Sitncíi. "DEEP WATER A FACT -NO? A PROMISE.' VOL. 1 VELASCO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 4.1892. NO 128 ABBOT 5 ARE1 OFFERING C^oiee Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $1B per Acre. Terms easy. A TORTOISE'S QUEER WAYS. LA GRIPPE. How the Hftrdjr nucoaneem 1.1 veri on Th««e Hrpille . The Central Park menagerie has received from Dr. (J. Bauer. of Clark university. Worcester, Mat's., a very interesting sot of tortoises, says the N- Y. World. They are «oven in number, and their size is something enormous for animals of their kind. Each one of them weighing in the neighborhood of 150 pounds. They are natives of the Galapagos islands, in the Pacific ocean, where thej thrive in great numbers. Some of them are enormous, and. in spite of their slow movements necessi- tated by the big shells In which their bodies are incased, they have bent, known to put up a pretty stiff fight against man. The tortoisos from the Galap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 4 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVKUV MOUSING "V VELA8C0TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From Times building, <oruw Front • , ., . ttJul South Hecoiid ulret't. . HIHll THE WATER SUPPLY IN TEXAS. '"6" w" <un tin* story tin* \ ulusco water works w«: tur.'icil t¡M- l ;:ri.iii^ col- Yriasco, Tin- Wutfr I'ort 01 Tin* ,oii in^ui.shfti. Alter all Tr;iii*..MÍK K>ip| ¡ t'ouutrj. iaets were in. the underwriters not - — only r.-ailily paid iij« ¡ill «lamaos There is no one tiling that iui- t>i;t v.<4c e.vpn ssivc In tlioir <01:1- V. ISI M Te.vis croakei lilliCllt' 1' Vehisco*, abroad and iit home villi so lnueli laeilitics in ail mi«"1i i t water eint'ifieucies. H AVK BOUOH'f 5 c«'lit* lft " ftO " $5.01) ready capita I lor vituperation as j Also in a commercial point ol /\ T y\ 1 > / "v j ^ a Is / > / a w ^ view Velasco has the only ship- ¡ ^ l\v I J—/ J. V vO Jl^. j the lack of water supply. The ¡ t Highest problem that the writer round to solve satisfactorily (lu- ! rinji liis immigr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 4 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. LOCAL ITEMS. THE HKAZOltlA HALL. Mrs. Levy, mother of our esteemed 1 townsman, XV. T. Levy, left yester- day tor her home in Austin. Powder t> _ s&¡&s§m ABSOLUTELY PURE Ben llagcniann, ot' (¡alveston Mas in I in- city yesterday, having: eome over to attend his brtjlher's funeral. Ii. Jones, the pioneer druggist of Velaseo, left the eity Monday for a month's visit to friends in Morryvilie, Louisiana. The Odd Fellows of Velaseo met at tS.M'EI) EVKKY MOHNIXti BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. VEI.Asro TEltMlNAI. Arrivals and departures from Velaseo: i.kavi: i ahijvi: Houston 10; in ¡111) V.'lusco 2:1." pill Veliueo :!:10 |un | llouxlou ¡oil SIKAMIli W 11. SI i:\DM AN. 7 o i'lwk 10 i.kavi: vki.ax« : a. in. ii in. ;> p m i.kavi: lu'lntana : tin'clo.'i; ...... ii. m 1 ' 1 . io. ñM.'i l>. in. J WAHD, Captain. CHURCHES. liAi'ri.sT Suelten Services 11 u. in, :M ami •lili snlilmilix. Kf.v. W. Iv Tyni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 4 May 1892

SAD STORY OF MARYLKA. CRUELTY OF RUSSIA'S IRON- CLAD MARRIAGE LAWS. Tragic Ending of a Cracovian Wedding - Tmu Vuung Husbaud Arr« t«d by Uw Czar's Utathi ««4 Treated Outrageously. Cracovian weddings do longer mean those gay festivities for which tho country around Cracow was once noted and which bare been so faithfully and beautifully depioted in domestic dramas like "Lobsowianie,, and "A Wedding in Ojcowo." Lively peas- ants, gaily attired la fur-linod coats, '.a highly polished boots, weuring rod capa with peacock feathers, merrily daneed with rosy cheeked, buxom vil- lage lassos, with flouting tresses, decked with pretty ribbons and dressed in vari-colored skirts and bodices trimmed with velvet of a golden hue. The air resounded with the lively mu- sic of a peasant waltz or orapovienne. The rustic youth of both sexes romped and danced and played in the hall. The old people, gladdened by tho spec- tacle. blessed the newly wedded pair and encouraged bashful swains and maids to join...

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