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THBANACONDA STANDARD; THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1889.
SUICIDEOP A YOUNG BRIDEGROOM^llllil HImmM After Urn*slag U^ Wtery mt
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rmIkt New York Tribune.
Thepublication in lb* Brooklyn KoqU^mmmmW afternoon of the story of a elan*^destine marriage resulted in a tragedy.^The young man who figured in it read the^account, and then deliberately committed^suicide. He was Augustus S. Van de^Linde, aged Is, whose boms was with bis^mother and uncle, Augustus P. Stevens,^at No. 184 Berkeley Place, Brooklyn. He^was employed by the Utter as clerk and^bookkeeper in the carpet cleaning estab^^lishment of A. P. Stevens A Co.. at No.^74 Court street. On Decoration day^Tan de Linde attended a. fair in St.^Augustine's Roman Catholic church,^where Miss Anna Williams, who hail won^a prise in a beauty contest, presided orer^^ Sower table. It was a case of love at^first sight between the young; people. The^young lover introduced Miss Williams to^bis mother and sister, and, while tliey did^not approve the match, the young man^thought he was old enough to have his^own way. Mrs. Van de Linde is an Epis^^copalian, and did not wish her son to^marry a girl of the Roman Catholic faith,^but bis sister was inclined to favor the^match.
Whilethe mother and sister were away^on a summer trip, young Van de Linde^and Miss Williams were married, the^ceremony being performed on August 28^by the Rev. P.J. McNamara of the church^of Our Lady of Mercy, at No. 15*1 Bergen^street, the home of the bride's mother.^The young man continued to live at his^former home, and his wife lived with her^mother, but they were planning to go to^housekeeping noon. The bridegroom's^mother was surprised upon returning to^the city to learn of the marriage, but she^decided to make the best of the circum^^stances, and cordially met her daughter-^in-law.
Thestory of the marriage was written^by a friend of young Van de Linde, and^wr.s published yesterday afternoon. The^bride visited her husband at his office^early in the afternoon, and be took her to^a car to go home before the close of busi^^ness. On his way to the office he bought^the paper and read the article. The^reflection upon him touched him^deeply, and he was noticed to^be pale and excited by Patrick^Lyons a general utility man in the office.^Lyons asked him what was the matter.^For a reply he cut the article from the^paper, and handed it to him, saying:^''Read that. A friend of mine wrote it. A^nice sort of a friend be is.^ Before Lyons^could read it Van de Linde told him to go^up town to see about laying a carpet, and^said he could read the article on his way.^Lyons started out, and Van de Linde left^the office with him, and turned down^the street in the opposite derec-^tlon. Lyons found that the^carpet was not ready to lay, and returned^to the office in about an hour. He noticed^that the shades were down, and the office^appeared deserted. Entering lie found^Van de Linde dead at his desk, with a^bullet wound in his head, and the pistol^still grasped in his hand. He hud evi^^dently made the excuse to get rid of Ly^^ons and then had returned to the office^and killed himself.
Mr.Van de Lind was esteemed by all^who knew him, and was attentive to busi^^ness. He had been employed by his uncle^since he was a boy. The widowed bride^is a beautiful girl IK years old. Her^mother is a widow. When seen last ev^'^i-^ing, before the news of the tragedy hud^reached her, young Mrs. Van de Linde^said that her husband's relatives were all^satisfied with the marriage. When told^of the death of her husliaml she was hys^^terical witli grief, and hastened to the un^^dertaker's where his 1^ ^dy was cared for.
Fromthe Minneapolis Journal.
Tilemany acquaintances of Mr. and^Mrs. Reynolds, prominent memlters of^the First Baptist church of this city, are^tolling an amusing story in which the two^were the chief characters. The scene is^laid in gay Paris. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds^recently made a lengthy European trip.^While in Paris they were the patrons of a^fashionable hotel. For several months^previous to leaving for the tour abroad
Mrs.Reynolds assiduously applied all her^energies to studying the French language.^She was an unusually apt scholar. tVben
thetime for leaving borne came^Mrs. Reynold's teacher congratulated her^upon the rapid manner in which she had^mastered the language, and Mrs. Rey^^nolds personally believed she was profi^^cient enough to cope with the Parisian in^their own tongue when the great metropo^^lis should lie reached
Mr.and Mrs. Reynolds spent many a^pleasant day in Paris and only have in^remembrance one brief half day of agon^^ising misery. It happened this way: In^Parisian hotels the attaches are suave^and obliging. One afternoon Mr. Rey^^nolds journeyed down town alone. When^Mrs. Reynold-' found herself ready to^leave her apartments she turned to the^bright-eyed waiting-maid and with the^liest French at her command told the girl^to tell tier husband when he returned to^the room that she had gone down into the
Kuhlicparlor, where she would wait for^ini.
Out,madume,^ replied the girl, with a^knowing smile and a low courtesy. It was^evident the girl hud had such commands^given her before.
Mrs.Reynolds passed down to the pub^^lic parlor. She waited a full hour for her^husband and by that time became very^nervous over his non-ap|^earance. She^ran upstairs and went out upon the veran^^dah. When nearly opposite her apart^^ments she heard strange sounds froi.i^within. Passing quickly to the window^she was thunderstruck to see her husband^pacing; the floor at a lively gait, gesticubv^^ins wildly with his hands and muttering^savagely. Ever and anon be would try^the door. It would not open. Mrs. Rey^^nolds ran to his assistance; opened the^door the girl was found, then followed^general explanations. Mrs. Reynold's^French tripped her up, so to speak. The^girl understood her to say she should^lock her husband in the room when be re^^turned, and slie obeyed orders. Both Mr.^and Mrs. Reynolds afterwards enjoyed^the Joke hugely,
LostHis^Prom the Chicago Ledger.
So you be studying; law, Jones.
How is that^
Well,I'd read about half through^Blackstone.
Had a bookmark to keep my place.^^^I see.
Someone stole the bookmark,^could not find my place, and bad to go^back to the beginning and read the dratted^book all over again.
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Mr.Du B.^^Noth'n sort, m'dear. Ten^^clock I came home 'n you said I wa^tight, 'n I Jcs' wen' 'lout'n got ugh^show yer^diffunce t
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