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Pitmentine (November lAthl Correspondence of the
The hour is midnight, and I have just
come in a trifle jaded, but, liefore retiring,
I purpose while yet the facts are vivid in
mv mind to give some account of a wed
ding I attended this evening. It was a
wedding, I make bold to sry, the like of
which was never celebrated on either con
tinent. The high contracting parties to
the marriage wore Malia, only daughter of
Dc Souza Cabral,
THE GREAT DIAMOXn MSG
Of South America, and George Arthur
Throckmorton, a native of Kentucky, Uni
ten States of America, who, for the past
five years, has been successfully engaged
in railroading in this country, with head
quarters at Rio Janerio. De Souza Ca
bral is principal owner of nine of the rich
est diamond mines in South America, and
from them, in the aggregate, he derives
an annual income of not less than $20,000
000. His interests in gold mines probably
amount to as much more, and I am cog
nizant of the fact thai last August, he sold
a one-tenth interest in the celebrated Ba
hia Mine of which, until then, he had
been the sole proprietor, for 3,500,000,
gold. His diamond interests in South
Africa and Siberia he lately estimated un
der oath (in some legal proceedings before
court in Minas Geraes) at the enormous
sum of $50,000,000! He has, beside, a
great penchant for real estate, and I was
but recently informed by one of his agents,
a thoroughly trustworthy man, that Ca-
bral's rentals in London and Glasgow
alone yield over 150,000 annually. In
1868 he purchased the patent of a machine
for making eyelets, from a poor fellow
whom he found starving in a garret at
Maranham for such a bagatelle as 183.
To-day the machine is extensively used
all over the world, and Cabral draws
$2,500 a day from this source alone. And
then, there arc his sewing-machine royal
ties that yield him something over $5,000
a day. The correctness of this last item
is vouched for by a friend of miuc, who is
the manager of the leading sewing-machine
company in Brazil. Indeed, it is easy to
tell what be is interested in, but hard to
think of something that is anything in
which he is not. It would be a puzzle to
name a leading railroad in South America
or in England in which he has not a stake.
He takes in something over gl,500,000 a
year from his steamship stock, and proba
bly twice as much more from other sonrc
ccs. A cool, clear-headed man of 60, sis
feet high, straight as an arrow, with an eye
like an eagle, a judgment as unerring as
fate, and a decision as quick as the light
ning, with superb nerve, unconquerable
boldness, and an apparent incapacity for
blundering, De Souza Cabral stands to-day
THE WEALTHIEST MAN ON THE GLOBE
He was lately asked by an intimato
friend, in my presence, if he had any con
ception of the sum total of his possessions.
He thought for a moment, and then quiet
ly replied, "I could not swear that I was
not worth presuming that I could real
ize on all my property $50,000,000,000."
He made this astounding exhibit with per
fect sang froid, but I must confess that as
he spoke I felt something very like pity
for him. I could not but think how spec
ially difficult it might be for him to satis
factorily solve the problem of the camel
and the needle's eye.
I would not have devoted so much space
to the the father of the bride of this even
ing, were it not for the fact that other
wise the account that followed of the wed
ding might be received with incredulity.
The bridegroom, young Throckmorton, is
descended from one of the oldest and weal
thiest families of the "blue grass country,"
as he loves to call it. He came to Brazil
with a matter of $500,000 in his own right,
and since has prospered famously, so that
to-day lie cannot be worth less than $0,
000,000. But a poor pittance in compari
son with his father-in-law's overwhelming
ly gigantic fortune, but still quite sufficient
to relieve him from the imputation of mar
rying the fair Malia Cabral for money.
He met her first a year ago at a ball at
Pernambuco, and the result was a case of
love at first sight on both their parts, (at
least so they say). They make an exceed
ingly prepossessing couple, he tall, broad
shouldered, yellow of hair and moustache,
and she, a tiny, graceful, lovely-faced bru
nette. And now if I had the pen of a ready
writerto describe to you in fitting terms
the unqualified and
IMMEASURABLE POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE
Of their wedding. But, alas, I cannot,
and as I cast about for a beginning of my
narrative I am much erabarassed with the
riches that waits to be treated of. There
were the invitations, for instance. They
were written on parchment by artistic
hands, in quaint text, exquisitely illumi
nated. Instead of being inclosed in paper
envelopes they were sent to their favored
recipients each in a dainty box of sandal
wood. These boxes, 1,000 in number,
were manufactured to order expressly for
this wedding at Canton. Each one of
them was furnished with a lock and key
of solid gold, was exquisitely carved with
Cupids, and hearts, and other designs ap
propriate to the occasion, and cost $150.
My own invitation lies beside me as I
write, and I catch the delicate scent of the
The residence of the Great Diamond
King, at which the wedding took place, is
situated a little over half a mile from Dia
mcntina, which is, yon know, the chief
town of the diamond district. I may at
tempt to describe ita magnifience in an
other letter ; let it suffice to say now that
the house is the complete realiiation of the
ideal castles of tho regulation English nov
clsl and that the grounds connected with
it arc the last expression of nature at her
loveliest, reinforced by art at its consum
mate. This evening, tho place
SKEUED A PARADISE,
Wax candles by the thousands, each
caught and held in pUoa by a bronze fig
urc, flooded the rooms within, and the
miles of grounds without, with a soft yet
brilliant light. Here and there, on the
green slopes, or in the rustic bowers, or at
the edge of somc.romantic ravine, largo
musie-lxixes, imbedded and completely
hidden from view in moss, played a soft
and dreamy accompaniment to the voice
of the fountains. One hundred music
boxes were employed in this service, and
the tunes that were picked on their cylin
ders were composed especially for the
nuptial night by a no loss celebrated musi
ciau than Liszt. He received a draft of
$25,000 for his witching work, and who
shall say that he did not earn it ? Cer
tainly no ono that listened to tho music,
which was little short of heavenly. The
music-boxes will be distributed on the
morrow anions the bridesmaids and other
guests of this evening, as unique rcinem
brances of the weddins. Each one of
them was imported from Paris, is encased
in mosaic, and elaborately finished in gold,
silver, and a variety of precious stoucs
Two hundred boxes cost as many thou
sand dollars. The drawing-room in which
the Kcniuckian and his " dark Brazilian
bride " were made one flesh had one fea
ture in its adornment which elicited the
most iervent expression of delight and
amazement from all who were present. I
allude to the decorations of the four walls.
They were one mass of full-blown white
camellias from floor to ceiling, and a good
sized diamond was inserted in the centre
of each to cunningly counterfeit the dew
drop. The effect was simply ravishing.
" Words and phrases," as Mr. Webster
said of eloquence, " may be marshaled in
every way, but they cannot express it."
Its every suggestion was sweetness, and
light, and purity. It is estimated that
the adornment of this one room called for
an expenditure of not less than
TEN MILLIONS OF DOIXABS.
No diamond was given the role of the
dew drop that was not white, and perfect
" as the bosom of a star."
The entire distance from the Cabral
mansion to the nearest railroad station,
something less than a quarter of a mile,
was literally a way of flowers, not under
foot, but in graceful arches overhead.
Thus, a long, snow-white bower, fashioned
entirely of roses, was the connecting link
between the drawing-room and drawing
room car. The demand made on Flora for
the materials for this picturesque covered
way was unprecedented. The flower bill
for the wedding exclusive of the item of
hand-bouquets amounted to $50,000.
But the strangest thing in regard to this
bower I have yet to tell. Its floor for the
entire length was covered with camel's
hair shawls, to my own mind a piece of
preposterous, aye, wicked extravagance.
But the father of the bride declared that,
so long as it was his only daughter and
only child whose marriage he was cele
brating, he would send her out of her
home to the steam carriage that was to
carry her away from him, over a pave
ment not likely to be imitated in the fu
ture history of marriages in South Amer
ica. The shawls for this extraordinary
ptirposo were purchased in London, the
order being for " the best that can be had
for gold," and the bill for the item
amounted to the enormous sum of $568,
500. After the bridal party entered the
train the shawls were gathered up, and
to-morrow they will be distributed amonff
the poor of the district.
THE BRIDE'S PRESENTS.
They were, by actual count 1,840 in num
ber, and the greater part of them I noticed,
took the form of cither gold or diamonds.
The mother's gift was a dinner set of 280
pieces, of solid gold. Each piece bears
the monogram of Cabral and Thockmor
ton in diamonds. The cost of this proof
of maternal affection was something over
$4,000,000 in gold. In addition, Mme.
Cabral gladdened the bride's heart with
1,000 yards of point lace; 365 morning,
afternoon and evening costnmeS, one for
each social division of every day in the
year; and, to crown all, a certificate of
deposit issued by the Bank of England
England being the objective point of tho
bridal tour for 1,000,000. Does this
last item sec-m the very apotheosis of
prodigality? It does so nntil you hear
what the father did for his darling, and
then it takes a subordinate position. He
gave her title-deeds of a magnificent town
and conntry-honse in all the leading capi
tals of the world and the more famons
watering-places. These many mansions
arc thoroughly furnished, and in each as
a tender reminder to Malia of her maiden
hood there is an apartment that exactly
corresponds in fnrnitnre and adornments
to her own room at her father's house.
No contenting himself with this display
of his bonnty, Cabral presented her with
as fine a steamship as could be built on
the Clyde, with full complement of sailors
under contract for ten year's service, and
with salaries paid in advance for the fall
term ; one dozen milk white Arabian hor
ses, and this as a joke 1,000 pounds of
caramels, a confection for which the bride
is said to have a profound liking. But
his crowning gift was a necklace that de
serves to rank among the enumerated
WONDERS OF Til n WOULD.
Sixteen years ago, soon after Malia's
birth, he began to collect the diamonds of
which it is composed. Whenever or
wherever he heard of a marvelous stone,
he was on hand, in person or by agent, and
secured it Ho had all Europe, Asia and
Africa rasaocked in behalf of the proponed
necklace, and at the time actnally made
overtures for the celebrated Pitt diamond,
which coat tho Duke of Orleans, accord
ing to history, $875,000, and which Napo
leon at one time wore on his sword-hilt.
Ho was hauled in his attempt, however,
much to his disappointment. Hut, after
ten years of unremitting hunting, he at
last got together thirty of tho largest and
purest diamonds in tho world, no ono of
which was much inferior to the Pitt gem.
Taking these to Amsterdam, liu summoned
the best talent in that city, famous for its
diamond-cutters, and stated what he de
sired which was that each one of the
thirty stones should have a fantastic faco
cut upon it, Amsterdam at first said that
the task was more than herculean, that
it was impossible. But when Cabral sta
ted the stnjiendons sum he was willing to
pay for the fulfillment of his wishes, Am
sterdam reconsidered, and consented to
do its best. It did its best for five years,
day and night, and the result was that a
week before the wedding, tho diamonds,
cut, carved, set on a golden string, and all
ready to embrace the snowy neck of tho
bride, were placed in the hands of the
jubilant Cabrab I happened to be pres
ent when Malia first was shown tho neck
lace, a couple of days before she was mar
ried. She wore a black silk at the time,
and her father, after throwing the bril
liants, that contrasted so strongly with
the color of the dress, over her head, step
ped back a few paces to notice the effect
Having gazed at the flashing necklace for
a minute or so he suddenly broke into a
loud laugh and cried out merrily, " My
dear, on my life you'd do for the
HEAD-LIGHT OF A LOCOMOTIVE."
This necklace cost De Souza Cabral,
stones, cutting, and carving, $116,000,
980.88. Cabral showed me the receipts
yesterday, so that I am able to state tho
exact figures. And yet this doting father,
in naming the cost to me, added that he
would willingly have paid what he did
twice over rather than have missed his
aim, or been unable to give his darling the
wedding present he designed for her while
yet she was in her cradle. There you
have the mau in his unbounded expendi
ture of money to obtain his ends, and in
his absorbing love for his daughter.
You must not expect from me any de
scription of the ornate and bewilderiug
toilets worn at the wedding no, not even
of the bride's rare raiment. I do not un
derstand such matters, aud, venturing to
discourse concerning them, likely enough
should call lace gimp, and peasant-
waists polonaises. Let me briefly state
that, so far as I could judge, the great
heiress was married in clothes befitting her
position. I am indebted to a lady guest
for the information that her dress was of
point lace, flounced, or rather garlanded,
to the waist with strings of seed pearls,
with the voluminous train edged with a
filagree of gold thickly set with diamonds.
Her neck was circled by her father's won-
"ul offering, besides which there were
diamonds banded on her hair and in brace
lets on her wrists. Sho was certainly
THE MOST BLAZING BEAUTY
I ever gazed upon.
There was one feature of the wedding
arrangements which struck me might bet
ter have been omitted entirely, or at least
very materially modified, but which,
nevertheless, in the mock it made of ex
pense, was quite in keeping with all the
other features. I allude to the pheno
menally hospitable provision made for the
hackmen who drove the guests to and
from the festivities. On the velvet lawn
just outside the Cabral mansion, a dozen
or more exquisite Sevres vases were set,
corresponding in size and shape to an
American peach basket, each one of
which was heaped to the brim with tho
gold coin of the country. The drivers as
the dropped their loads had their atten
tion called to the currency in the vases,
and were cordially invited to help them
selves ad libitum. As often as tho vases
were emptied they were promptly replen
ished by servants detailed for that sole
. , , i i
purpose, unc 01 tne nacKmcn responaeu
so heartily to the invitation that, when
the time came for him to drive back to
town, he was forced to request his two
passengers to favor him by taking a seat
on the box. He explained, not withont
blnshes and stammering, that the inside of
his coach was occupied by the gold pieces
he had accumulated during the evening;
and that he would not' have taken so
many had it not been for the thought of
s sick wife at home. Having listened to
him, his load, before monnting the box,
returned to the honse and related the in
cident to Cabral, who was so touched at
the mention of the sick wife that, on sud
den impulse, he proposed a subscription
for her benefit The response was gene
ral, and in a short time the snug sum of
$10,000 was raised among the guests, to
which Cabral added his own check for
$40,000 more, saying that he did not wish
any heart to be sad on that joyful occa
sion. When the $50,000 were handed to
"A CORDIAL FOR YOUR AILING WE,
my man," as Cabral put it, he burst into
tears, declaring that there never was such
a man in the world as De Souza Cabral
And he was right.
But here I must stop, for I have already
written you a ldng letter. A thousand
and one things connected with the wed
ding, each worthy of note, must go unde
scribed at least until another occasion.
But from what I have told you, you must
judge of the proportions and quality of
what I have not told you ex pede lercu
l "i.i, yon know. Ah, if my old friend,
Senator Webster Wagner, could have seen
the bridal drawing-room car in which the
bride left home, with its exterior composed
entirely of carved ivory but I find I have
just time to save the 3 a. m. train.
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had suffered twelve years from a lame knee, was cured
with Bishop Soule's Liniment, and said It was worth
$1,000 per bottle. Another, who had suffered many
years from lameness, so that be could not walk with
out crutches, writes that be is cured by using iiishop
Soule's Liniment, and says that you cannot praw it
too Aiony. Another, who had suffered from rheuma
tism I ur years, and could get no relief, said his friends,
wherever he went, advised him to use Bishop Soale's
Liniment. IIo had heard it so many times, that he
had got out of patience with them, and would buy a
bottle, and try it, but he knew It would not do him
any good ; and whenever any one ever recommended
it to him again be would tell them he had uaed it, and
it was no better than anything else. Well, he bought
one bottle ; soon after, two bottles more. He was
completely cured of his rheumatism, and although he
is not a rle.ilcr tn mclicinc, he hs bouzht of u an-1
sold forty-tix tl-zen bottla. Another man lays : "I
thank Ood, and Bishop Soul.'t Liniment, that after
four years suffering from Sciatica, I em a well man
again." Another, "Bishop Soule's Liniment has not
only saved rue from a great deal of suffering, but hat
also saved my life. You ought to proclaim it to the
world, and let the people knew that yoa bare got
something that will ccaaruEM." Proprietor "But
the people will not beliere it." Carta nam "Ta.
pr.o-LK will BRLicre IT they can t help it: but it Is
you1 duty to tell them, whether they beliere or not."
An ther says, "1 bad tried Mjel.la.e and almn.t
erery thing cite and could get uo relief ; my eat. was
pronounced incurable, but Bishop Soul.'t Liniment
was recommended to me. I tried it, and it completely
cured me. You ought to let ererybody know what
Bishop Soule's Liniment will do : it U the best thi.g
in the wurld." Another, "I bad a very serer. attack
of sciatica ; was under my physician's oare for a long
time, without any benefit. I finally asked Dr. ,a
prominent physician, if he could cure tne. He said
he thought he oould. I told him I would put my time
against hit ; if he eared me I would giro him lioo, if
not cured, w. wen ta quit even. He tried it, and
finally gave me up at incarablj. I then tried Bithop
Soule's Liniment, and In six weeks was entirely eared.
I want six bottles to give to my friends." Another
"t ltd a very severe attaek of sciatica ; wt under
my physician's care for months ; my leg had become
almost useless. My physician finally told me he could
not help me, and advised rue to us. Bishop Soul.'a
Liniment, at be had heard of remarkable cant by it;
I tried it, and am complete! eared by it. My aeiyii
eiaa sayt it it a wonderful medicine.'' Another, "My
wife bad been confined to her bed for along time, with
ipinal complaint. The physician could not help her.
One evening a lady friend called to see my wife, .ad
said, 'I have been just at yoa are; the doctor could
not help me : I than used Bishop Soule's Llnirne.t,
and it completely eared me.' 8b tdvised me to try
it. I bought three large bottle., used nothing .Is,
and in six weeks my wife was at wall at ever."
Another, "I have suffered foryearsfrom a lamebaek ;
hro worn plasters far a long time. Bithop Soule's
Liniment was raeammaaded to me ; I used it, and my
baek it at strong at ever." Another, "I have bean
a gnat sufferer from neuralgia. Bithop Soale's Lin
iment was recommended to me ; I nsed it aad it eared
me. Whit. I axe writing this, letter, hare com. in
from New York State aad from Main., spaakiog ia
the highest terms of Bishop Soule's Liaia.at."
The foregoing an daily occurrence, and an in tb.
words at spokaa or written to as. Did span allow,
w. might go on without limit, but will only add :
fSf Th. undersigned ACiEXTS ean gir. referen
ces in thit city, which will satisfy the most skeptical.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
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