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THE TIMES, , NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., DECEMBER 4, 1877.
Exciting Side-Scene at a Wedding.
Tlio lletliWilioni Timvn Bay : low
dnys a young oouplo in n . uno horse
conveyance ilrovo up in front of tlie
roHliltmea of one of our clergymen, to to
spliced for life The liorse wan tied with
rt rope halter to a post, so as to secure tlio
animal wliilo tlio ceremonies were goinjf on
The clergyman hail got Ms Irioks ami
papers In loail intss, mul had gone through
with the usual formalities, tlio quoHtion as
to ago and legal ohjoctions had bcou satis
factorily answered, the groom had been
congratulated upon the choice he had made
and the ceremony was jnttt to bo begun,
when the clerical gentleman chanced to
look out of the window and noticed that
the horse and vchiclo in which the couple
had arrived were in danger of destruction.
Tlio horse had thrown himself, and was
about choking- himself with the halter.
The- bridegroom and cloigymau both hur
ried out, and by the time they had reached
the pavement tho hoi so had badly entang
led himself in the harness, and partly upset
the cotivcyauco. Then ooinmcuced the tug
of war. Neither tho bridegroom or cloigy
mau could open tho halter, and yet the
horse was choking. Just then another
clergyman came to the nspistanoo of tho
nonplussed clergyman and bridegroom, and
opened the Oordian knot by cutting it with
his pocket kuifo.
Tho horse soou regained tho horizontal
position, the bride, who had also come out
to assist at the work, the groom and the
clergymen returned to the parlor, whore
the ccieniony was happily concluded. It
is hoped that the knot was tied so that no
neighboring clergy mini's pocket knife may
sever it. The happy couple left, the groom
rejoicing that he had, first, his horse, and,
.second, his helpmeot, all safo.
A Curious Phenomenon.
Mr. Van Dorn complained Saturday that
it seemed to him that something was
wrapped lightly about the thumb on tho
arm which was removed by amputation on
Saturday a wock, and on examining the
the arm, which had been laid by Dr.
Ktannard on a board in tlio rear room of
his store, it was found that a thread had
accidentally become entangled about the
thumb and that in the swelling of the
thumb the thread had made a crease around
it. The thread was removed and Mr. Van
Dorn, without knowing that tho string
Was wrapped about tho thumb, said that
it felt much better. Boon after Dr. Stan
hard made an experiment to further test
the curious phenomenon, and tiod the
thumb and little finger firmly together,
and laid a hatchet on tho baud. Van
Dorn soou commenced to complain of
pain in tho hand, and finally, that it seem
ed that the thumb and finger were tied
together. Tho Btring was removed, and
tho hand straightened out again, when tlio
patient, without any k now ledgo of what
had been dono, said that the arm felt
bettor than it had any tiino Bince the am
The above iiro tho facts, on which we
have uo theory to advance regarding tLe
matter. Chargrk Falls Exponent.
An Unpleasant Traveling Companion.
A sleeping car incident, more sensational
than that of which Theodore Tillon was
the hero, occurred near Hew Orleans a few
days ago. A man named Leo became fran
tically Jealous because his wifo inuocently
asked the conductor of the car for a glass
of water, struck her in the face, threatened
to shoot her and then started aftor the un
lucky conductor, who had gone into a for
ward car, with the avowed intention of
killing him at sight. As soon as he got
outside he turned and fired three shots
through tho window down the aisle, one
bullot passing through a woman's dress,
but harming no one. Before he could
overtake tho sleeping car conductor he
was intercepted by the train conductor,
who, with the assistance of a passongor,
overpowored tho infuriated blood-hunter
and turned him over to tho police on reach
ing the city.
Turning the Tables.
Scribe, the dramatist, met his match in
a nobleman ambitious of gaining a literary
reputation by proxy, from whom he re
ceived the following curious epistle : "Sir,
I have the honor to propose to you to
associate yourself with me in the composi
tion of a drama. Your name will figure
by the sido of mine; you alone composing
the play, and I alone defraying all tho cx
penses of the first representation. You
shall have all the profits, for I work only
for glory." Soribo replied : "Sir, I have
never been accustomed to harness together
in my carriage a horse and au ass ; I am
therefore unable to accept your very kind
offer." The nobleman closed the cones
pondence with: "Monsieur Scribe,
received your note of refusal to unite our
literary labors. You are at liberty not to
understand your own interest, but not to
allow yourself to call me a horse."
WJ Tho immense ironclad, the Duilt?.
launched by the Italian Government last
year, proves a partial failure. The armor
is not yet applied, and the vessel sinks b:
low the line intended for it.
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