Reading daily eagle. (Reading, Pa.) 1868-1883, October 28, 1868, Image 3

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Inns oro maostod to boot to thot4d,
Atlllllllfutil e j i ltr as paella, as' nir
, IPPpiAkiltto 1 to
EMI
CM3
oonannompii Intended f ottinestlon lathe
Atm! V 141 1 11414. . , raw*
Me as* al F44.' Os tilt Pin
of Om OWN: k•• *Mb irilinigiolloitink
. -
toso oo dootrog 01.110erd. •
Wristmap rokr. mut 1114446..
1y al pordbio, wititoittois es.
flusaultu 'lto Ile to rook* thor 9111 , . •
larlh :Cr regliordlii pot it OW
. 10' of trig'
wow of ues ho man* *obis to,
Commonrooms AGO took, thoir sotaroutto.
glom short Awl to titia. a m * itiout ,
iwa for via ion .
D. L.:751 41 0i 14 0 4 - -.1 1 4 10 ,
' k '' T Aut Meet
`' ' " I ) , ,)" :' and Be .*
reith,
s ri, ‘I. 1. '
• 0
_tv, beef 11"entth 7I No. 1.
, 1. •-• bill e t of 5wi1i0ti,.....:
Black: meet Fifth , ii, k0..4-41.
Toarofirtnamervillit
000160 ov 0
fielteb stochlogo with ficotolt molts will ho
Two fot woo.;
10:11 , 5q 1141 4:141 , irth0ef , ..,1 ,, m , 0t , f,q,ii)
orktisaust pr • "Orsoliut bor wtabold:
by slay toosid.toift sui of now to Iwo,
thirstop.
. .
Jaz%
Arno 14 OkamikaP awn; aim "Worn.
woman, c 441vre•444 loath eoo1r."
Now poreVAMAt4loo4**l7 parte ot
the city, au lIIVOMPIMMINIIVOIN extbatt
*4l with boodi tq tbo WO&
The swindle on &stalks fe tea Goats peso.
Why doiiiii liaNial'sdiMokilto log a
Inks p 0 , 441_011 4 1i 1 9.4#47 Oil toiltiobabie
Mil 7 ' s
,• • , • spl
het would common eilenoe be with its eye pat
"Mt 1400 1 0 s itgrithlri I,i Ei lik A (09 , Yl' )1 #3 Vit
'Aim York tkehloadifiiiitlestea Are *ore ri.
s ter l ol4444lllMff b t plw er ta
0 00 cu • ants .004 to ! eoa aor
of reepiratloiiiirtilkiiitial .
'
Kr ilallerkitilitl74l4o3ol444llll4ahris eyes
Vik iti ll ti 3 6 . , 4 6. . ~ i1, 0 :41.1 ti
644 pupoi .
. 4 /0
LAM OtOlitt"114 I,olViliii tllT'i 1 , 14 led 9 An u
fly
1t
Li: ii on 9 110 4 e 4 Lr.; 'Ay
Are WIN ilettlealtwripte
oa their ehHitit - te , ,ttittrOlt.#o,llrl
/Won bwommigile Wait A
light hod oittatot *MOIL ! •
sot* " 4o 4l4tAaligg 014
ttl
iikKolliktiolitft watt
to Duo o Our ore Oomuattri boos to gets
INISIPIPOONeriit 1:41.aq (I RI I A ttf Min ti
11,
I lett ‘ i l ik
IA4 I4i 'AI 'AAA
Mat
c lOda ft 4
tt%it b(tef)lllittill
111111 P 10 in Itn nkfoqox 1'514 q ti r t t.
Volt. rim *best three Doer. heefititakefeil
Zligitilit=htqWEW. to
o era
NOM ; . ,tlOl.l t(.l 3CO 1r
21121.thittedeir but r wittolowthkoiiitur
etttsbui sod mann you
wadi. lend tell them youmeht
NATIMALIiAzioN Cothillikhgfiritialol
nut Monday, govember. 2.
A LAROI and beautiful ptuisengor locomo
tive will soon 100;140 alialHeinkliroad
show. .
LAID OP.—The "Abet" and the. "Witch"
are both on the blocks In the' Reading Rail
road \hops ; 'n re •
446/44.,4.
SAL or Lore.--John Baldler sold three
building lots, Masted In Sixth street below
Oheetnut, to Mr. Landis, for the sum of $4,-
iSOO.
,d tr*-7717117', 114 / d
Cow X111111).—h. cow value d at v an
belonging to Iwo Boyd was run over by
this cars on Monday below the Pomace, and
killed,
'Li AVVIIII/0101 V• 1.1.0,111 II
A. Con.assroininv wishes to know what
kind of An egricultural produce horse-racea
are ; they ben the chief thing exhibited .at
ilitioultotida et al 0x..)5 a4Tithv 0/613 lilt
r.,:6,1 6,4 4A ti I :•3 am osi
D. P. Lunt the enterprising proffetote
ta ,thP.Kgptpu... V111P4.141 , .1) •41 1 , 1 _
m d (4080rai,
lug In rah :WI ? et
Pqratinr,etel feat bet
ears , id 10$0,1
4
now.
pour
Pb all
tletsl &loading are
lrit all that willbe
....PitilOireik*
.._,(1.1.)11
vi ola v
. $0 1 102,1.44.'• ;: -.,..., -. , ...,. -,
~ .
;•,. - ~,, , ~ '. 1::1.. , ,.... 1 .-,- , 4%.-- ', - : o -'-: • ' ,
• Torn 134.-411444* Ihimi Rau auti
of Colunibis," 4111 risk trae oitioni• Mirk.
glltlus de for 'the purpose of pier . 1 slag*
ofpati
. and heap! le enterlakeielkS 'et the
Of the gallant • %irystoners.' • -
iiE
.so4oillwinuahrson.--Jacob Curran wait
as day arrested at Seventh. and Penn
by *Meets Oland Lawrence. Jacob
was Ivety ti .Lglgulf tlers cm:o
olong " Train% ed him
in the sailor/ house. He was c all e dup this
morning, but havingnaty a red to pay costs
e was retained. Three lodgers aceommo ,
dated last night.
4ibuligiftiort.ll4ll4l,,bo.
.ght the pub moms, not only . (or 'the
benefit of tho,” who wish to 'become artists,
tae an admirable enercise of the eye and
and, and iihel* to add
_greatly to future
culture and intent of life: The know'.
Illiteilicate
c 646 haracter o plaid° att in this country, Ind
give us a better eta* of statues,.
Tug Annual Nag Transportation in Penn.
5 01144 it resorted as follows: Star ierviee l ,
8,401,220 miles, costing s2o6,Bl6; steam •
hvit i n il&
.4116. 0 . 10 uti1;121118 BOO; railroad,
,OlBme*,
=vane o 8,847
Wawa* the statistics are: • Stu service,
08,400 miles, • costing $9,695 ; railroad,
148,884 mules, . costing $14,088. Total,
298,754 miles, at anoxpense of $28,878.
WAIIIIN*II Hon Miaow:fn.—At a stated
meeting of the Washiitton Hose Conipany l
• eld last erenlog u the- oliogrifig Officers were
elected to serve li b iblyear : •
rresident-4. •
Vice President—W. a: yon Neida.
Treasurer—Charles Peocock.
Red. Secretary—Win. H. Miller.
rm. Secretary--John D. Ml filer.
Librarian—Lewis IL Schull.
Trustees—W. fi t jipl9l,ll, Win. P.
Bard CharlibilPeWotici We'lDiller, Wm.
H. huller,
Hose Directors—Geo. Darrah,L /I, Mull,
Edward Deininger,Peter &knacker, A. A.
Heiman, Jno. F. Keever, Jacob Green, C.
B. Miller. • -4 •
, ANOTHEt BAOLII le the
third lull) that has been s b ot within- the
!Attire* )Tho'hilitiT lietheiiettiltyvvranote
ton t and all too neon the old Satterthweite
grounds t la Falls township. This' noble
bird was shot upon the wing on'the Nib
instant by a young lad named Harry gem
iflVetbaftentletbettotattillAifitiviteltidle
brought him to the
.ground, whereby he was
thus secured as a • prisoner, and then igno
miniously (*aped to close quarters in an
undignified and unexelted old corn•crib t in
two svdivaligtken,
corr•s=ftteit it aid e appeer, as
if this king of birds in his rude prison looked
litna l k ;e o l l P triti " dreidr i
better for him
' o die tin Ironed dtathe
•
1 '4)4 ,11" R,Pftir,rmofilcii'l ;1.4.1
,RIDLOYAII• OF AW OLD Bar L.—Yesterday the
gpoilvit Nat i l kinktltt **VI
UMIIIII was removed from that ed ee l an
raised to its new Position in the steeple of
tli Lutheran Chatiql erected by Trinity Con
lithYdloteNtitiblibitti iftt*ticoh r " 41t1
The bell weighs about 800 lbs : , and on it
is the following inscription, cut in the solid
1491 1 14 1 .4111 7 0 . 1 11,4'.1431 VII ".",`' 7.1 MJ
"I'die hen yor the Byanaelkai Lutheran Cbnyre
qattoni of fading, /*sported by /fenry Kepple,
Phaade phta,
Lon* leilliWAVAlaatitoinkithti first.buildh‘
erected where Trinity Ohara now Stands, in .
1752. When that building was torn down
and the prosegt strueturp erected ' , ip 172%,
the bell
Now it goes to the 'new Chapel to call men
to worship, in the same tones with which our
fothqs were called, oge hundred and .
solualgeo bw.o t,..» • ,
7
.BTREL MSG% /110;C:t—The.present .$ cage of
Iron," as Americans fondly term it, - bids
fair to give way almost sutimlyto thThipclph
ing age of Steel. There'll if Yetolutibti *brie,
login the application of iron. Engineerif
and mechanics think and talk of nothing but
steel rails, steel boilers, steel machinery of
every kind, that is liable to wear and tear.
1
Th cau e sig 4 il k . 4Y °rs'. '1
4' :kilt
fat y more 0 I_ l .at t . epro twil . e great
er eventually. Teets made recently atritte
burgh, of steel boilers, have proventhat they
can resist an immensely greaterpressure
than ca n a boiler of the very best ofiron.
The use of steel rails will bring about the
use of heavier lo ~ , trios with increased
motive power, for t . oaten demonstrated
that there is great economy of heavy loco
motives over those of lighter construction,
aim there is a saving in fuel required to
transport a given amount of freight a given
distance.:--the heavier locomotive pulling
nearly tAlk.llo,4Blmpeer.
,
A' SLIGHT litsvano.,—As chroniclers of
events &0., transpiring in our city,live deem
j
it but usti that we make note of an incident
that occurred this morning.. A, very fine
specimen of the feline raci t runed,Thowas
Cat, whileyt urged)) , walk
ing acrosalk iW ee s attention sud
denly. artestad, by tea pproach on • his left
flank of a certain Individual of the canine
race, named Bowser-Bowwow. Tom; coura
geous fellow that he wee, halted, shortened
himself somenbsit j vd,hoisted his back just
in time SO tece lWlWlNlge of the enemy.
Bowser had the ;advantage of Tom in size,
but in agility, was thr his inferior. He swept
town upon the ratnetcher with a task that
Owed pia* he "did not know hie mane'
for the lightning motion with which Tom
struck forihe eye, and tairMoVlirkityil
dthat went up on the morning air, u he bean
ed back a yard or two from Tom, led us to
believe that somebody's "dors" wee hurt.
Suffice It to any that poor Bowser "double
lniekW' it home, a eaddwpyloppillei•4ps4
• Olutourx atm Came. We have often I i
thought if society Would contribute ea much
to vent crl .. e ea it does to .uulati it,
_IT
a ' . /. the °nil
' ' ' • • • n , •nt erimirml 4
Come slowly to metutityi ymeectedluiroetr
alsed,untli the stern, unyielding hand of the
hir is stretch on to Antall, From she
hoe bees mi
n . • treti ware born
every i in London seven children, who,
fkowt their validates) 111 morally infested 418-
. - Innsi,h*ltebly leed ;Me of ethae.'
. • ••
. t Is 4 , . i VON
IC -; ,"1: ii,i, „ r ~ * . els en•
.geemlitstrad_thetiihol of the young tainted
*ad ruined, it hit owl thought, but (meld)r
loolts'esiteli on, sees the of sh 4 the ,
4o,te tt rt
et pit sh' sive.' It ne , no
0 001 4 toriiiih. • Let as to , to . re •
deem, i t this will , be less work to do is
rea li grag i Se:eisslso a et* vailwer+ ' 1
10 a t . 4.qr . • . . ,t,,a. . lec !is a it4,l
4, ,
riciiikaoli .,:,t :
. • Arr• '‘'''
•lir ' r .
'4" ISt
If.ri ' VON 114,,ks the
lit; 1 Ode* 'ie usnil
: )ngbt to
, witfirt 1 naked Or
bushel, but : __ ___, __ ____ iitPenn
at
VA . ' -• . ~ , 7 ,
WO eft. _.., J 11. am,. . =lts
go What ': fl • i 78,
A TOTAL tbithirillirk IS 18139..-
MitalWh il ed e ller l ist
ocellklbi t ill!). ''lfir Abe
e iz i li coUtifsner t a . -4 . We
ee""etifi n rovler heteoP the
mornidg nod ~1 ,w en the sha
dow will move in a nisiiheastarly direction;
we ll s, turaiagutripatliwardly,
ss ate( liitifitad North
erlalaik .. n • , ,
l itit i t irbence,
moving . . . • . 1:. ullimeries,
"W i g! f' 'Pr : "1 • 'sl
betw t ' - ••• ....' -' -pi_. . 1 t:
lioyin; thence sorrm—
:st •L
~ •
• A. s RIC iLt . UM -r W
Eincre XI A _.• til
' ' ' 7 "''. .—On Sunday a' •`, rt. l a
040 • . , prainool whom was .To .0 Oen.;
IdOO aged fourteen, iMinrectiWtili slteeli,
'Tisiind Pier No. 52 East river near the WO
I fittigtfir e + Z ilitti l tagi
I tt WWII 0 barge O. ) 228 o the Lehigh;
Coal
• Navigation Company, which was lying
at that pier. Eihelwinaforig policeman, mod
during her absence the young scoundrels era
and rA VVVt te ia tl err il l .
and it * sl teny t at
Ithe, boat was secured. The same gang went
111144 4 440;11 plicliombwowtok, 4, tr 0044,1 sod
.M01012161)01K1).01Nr And bt the , ' eapi ,
tain'e wife the bands of the boat be ng all
,absent Wh y ; 10he endeavordlo drive
the boylleti tlieffienikWitdea throw.
ing stones at her and her two children,which
cpn4R44so exuspexated her thig ebelvant,to
Mrriltirar l il l ni S r
6 t 6 p 1, k. 660 lio t
; the crowd of boys, as she says, to frighten
i tee m s M l ATAs e d%oripi , . Le 1
er
'The woman was arres an locked up in
lettMell'OSb 10!).41allry,t0,amilo
e on o the b roile r. pp
prop*.
loom& pita coolAmd collected after her
arrest, and stated that she had no intention
of shooting any of the boys, and only**
the pistol at random.
TON BLOM AND WILMINGTON RAILIOAD t
—We take the following from the Re ..rt of
air togukittofigioroliktor . - , /Alf
lisp ell a portion of it, this is More complete.
i and will no doubt be of interest to our citi.
zens,who are all interested in this enterprise.
li t • cikifftlreo llB ßl4 i nitinti l !
sonny of the whole line were taken by Win.
X Wiley & Co., for thtenra. of $506,010 26
; which li only rilibliV fOOOO per mile,_with'
ample security fox ita fulfillment, which is
! one of the cheapest contracts ever made.
-The masonry for the bridge at Birdsboro'was
taken by WmAill'4l3B:4lothill sum of $20,-
088 61,making the whole costindependent of
,superstructure $621,298 70. The Report says:
Tilare,arnintt,twe gstleras. \0 , •,tu,tvers e
'grade upbri Oh rdite; ilk, first ascending
from the Schuylkill Valley, where the maxi
mum is 62.8 feet per mile, for a distance of
7.08 miles, reduced npon curvature, nnd he
othif filigniditii 'liutil orithellilley”Of the
tßrandywine, from Chadd'e Ford, where an
leitiittinti 01'80 APPer'lilili is tinti•loyed for' a'
,'distance of 6.16 miles, reduced also upon I
',Ortrvatnizeitind; P0116*(31148 hithe forniei case:'
i "The summit level from Springfield tothe
MastitrandyrrinhilLn B .; is 0.46 tailii long,
ion which we have submitted to temporary
l undulatintol With ligtittgridei to ' Model tho
,cost of construction, but the undulations can
ibo Watt tint whati i re tratilor 'shill'. be - Como'
such as to justify the expense. With these
) 4licktiltiohs,:thalead"deseettli , loatidh tide,'
_
s
faith a maximotn grE(do of 52.8 foetßor mile i
fintfganetally With light des: '" ' ' ' 113 1:. , -
. The whole estimate ofcompleting the road
ready foi business with 75 miles' ot' , main'
track and sidings, is put down as follows:
reeparations for track, $878,857 77
n# damages ? 76,000 00
' BuPer . g YPlV e l. I ,,z< . I ' r.l Tiiii fl27Mlr c*
,
Total,. . $1,488,857,77
Making the cost per mile $28,624 72. t
,• . SQUIPMBNII3 FOR 0014M11011MINT,
i 10 10COMFO I LTtri 19 t i 111 • ck,,..„1 1 4 90
10 pisseittskiikA, tti; ' .l i Vii'' Ww 00 o
2008-wheel freight cars,s7soeacn, 150,000 W
ii Stationery ; 15,00000
TotiA:gost fqr,,linploess, $1,788,857 77
Thblifstifellir 'or Mt present year is esti
mated as follows :
Tom Orton Reet(ptc
Anthraciteo-oal, , 207,468 $178,458,90
Bittitfilii6iii It Wasitiml, 44,800 28;600 00
Iron,- bloom ) , pig and - - ---- --
manufacturedo i TIA.I 89 200 'Yi 1448,450.010
Iron ore, 40 000 , 80,000 Og
Lime, t I aT,A, I, 61X41110 , '80,26880
Umber & etroieum ' 28,512 50
I .4fkA4M 3 A fo.gliktike
sant% . - 1 4 8 25 • 4* 06
r,ll:l4lngerse -r... - ?;: .t.t.,:j. 1., z• ) . 1-,%,.;11 ssl(tiM
alhat
ikotiv i nri.ps :I,l al t004224Yc
M l 9 10
Allow sw r onnt. pf this ig . not to !t
Viiiati o lVra . 1
, f 4, ‘* , l , t iii 4., 1 t 7,
more ,
tire nest of the road, au .i ' . , latti . e
Bondi PllOll l 4 IP 11941194 is -, i „ buts."
The Moot subscribed is 8809,900,, all of
whfekibis been taketcbylagitio W . 'tholfiiw
and at the terminus which the President
Bays is "larger tlum at stdek'lliablei fi ptift
per mile yet made in the State of Penntrfi
mis t
. unaidedirreo tim mun icip a l
subscriptions. ,ne 4lnuel4 b proposed to
, raise by a mottri . O\ o tVe rW, the dra ft of
r
~,,;.....;,,!,,r dt b,,,,,„",,..4 4„ „
~. completed at the o one of the present
4 ear, and ix is expeldeil. i to have the road
. y for businesiflifftliftliting of 1869.
.
• '
no43t or°°;', • t , .* • 112111* fobutol
.a r • dan. w 'oh ire. tither identical--pure
S 4 CM l44 seriat e
' For gentians* - are *ably p1u,44 sum
rfatpatebivimper lof•
M gum that
oold itc . • " so Aril
woe Is aOacera tt,Vrg
a•: • • a 4 11 k
41 1 111 V ►
rri
J jot • Vt , ; 4'.4 V.l
i tm osatv ow
- -. _
4.toscr fret &claw to down.
-4411111,011111ww4411114 Oh.
Mow SOW wetadaki kklotato.44ll:loMinite* of 1
rtha atelliounkriti 04 watt
ti s tataiVat i attlet22
deems" OfIISTMON,OdAhttWOotti of 110 9 . a*
TIN tastltatioaa Ufa la Mr armee Wawa i
,of waL d
tae l t 2 =l:trrer t jtitd;Adk, l
and oluadatha: 710000100sosodu %ti. to the
rot alroatonto dWI VW ISCOOgilitu of their tee
ISSITION44%. itill OP.111“041 °Mal ' Woo '
WO " . i 1 . i.i in . "Mr
t ~. 0 $, * ''' a4'
I• 4 141 ‘ i r ,
so • n . ' •...
1, the - 0 - - J,r , - , ; .- 'I ' ll
HUM , twobablltb , i i . l. , , aim altar oleo.'
tloa. old main i • ;''' It ...: wortakosta
Moro via, lito `. ' " r ` Board th is
*alai, willutat. hottorwi f iggi*An
: 11
hilt 544; "``' OM, Qi " . .r• ill
I tlafaan& *WS* ofthitta ,
Bit woad aarlai ~ ~. 1 4,11
Oita A Want at i 4 i
s ' IWO tiaoi.
, I=Kark Mtl i kokritt l OriNV : 5
I*Mtr 14
"„VW44*
iss olt i n an i from
,theAeilmftww,o**altor boards wootardaw.
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4 . o Am ta Ni
.%0
iistow*,Th44 q ta .. gi l ftta ..
prik t ilitik
. blilip
ti I: , r - ..-.. it . .„,,. , i $
~„ ..,,,,, r , t i lifil: ' l 4' °- I:
SW 1 .; • '. OT., + I
. 1 ' ' , • ~. i
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41 14k, . * . 1141)4ailid 41
......i, t
„ S W It": .A 44 I. ~ , .', .
' • ' r • ~.,... C I ,kilik.t ti It pi 1 ,
I.fie:ik $
' • h , ...i ' a* ,
. tti w 1 • It . 1 4 .ki. 1 4feWZQ i.
i inlMMitettltitUt• .
'men who fold tinware. htidstare. estrtkinwere.
1 b" 0/1 114 040 1. li Xtritittgen a ll
ho e
1 47,111 h #l, .10 T941+00 Hee there Yle ar rle m e
21 1 11ttrtillrY
1i.i616 • - t n alfra
gb e lsrarid4ntsuraf t mittet
;his store bOx relay to ask 791M1 Una" WOO.
ittlitttari f Orinta t thi l l i gittal l
Int 144132R0A $4O/6101401110016 PUr3hsll-
ft% IVAPti POl fiPillat ia lf ii iteStiC
l ueevgaNA mut A-‘lR9Ye`i
pint 2107 MI
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illifitZ , . i <
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1 0111Viri l Alliilledr e til , 41 :.1, it a tl
1 1l ta l i' 'ol4 l 4eeettet4 " ‘..
ire=
14 " 1 11 c ia trettraiiiri '
*On io 8 di, . IV;
ttoiCol4o .. olnp SM. est! ' cox
thini ustelli ..... .41 t , *SW GM*,
Is met' 'r - • ' hill het 11, 3 414
i the era*iik I , is bands' ,ll* ,' •
hadi SAW* , , *it 'MOAN* hes but about
1 titiViiotiridi ortititi•r'•fe ME t itanic for OM he
Weaned ts Mikelk , be : hi):4o444socka , issci 2
But trill buy nms,ro ;Ike 4e pfet, hi ti oaten. he
will no up In hleeklittlitlrini. 44 Cop t
a red. more
!still kolpaj this 40:4Wintitxis040.10100; M r
140 0 4 #1 0 t; OW o,oVArit. 4 *
, okoen4 Won is tat Istitary sirs
iwitAstise bait*: ItattuAkb iWitU %rat
Irmo asked it was notvtar
A4tliiAft 4§,p9l4olMit :
i turnips Instead. which mere at I genal
hilit64kl44lri iliStlO 41
there was a large lot. itsOrAouldbe taken home at
was not
ti:om 16 ri p ri IM .,egos iz . oTheri
' sweet
take the il ale of them. The last run of tomatoes
ilpekosiesffionikliefillt,frOettlims beeno(ner)thele
, a w 4 .041 0 .1 saki Sash telli:thanill44ot
1"300041":414 6olled their taste as Ifiew - #4 .
146, 4(4 isatil le osniod sway for 0 and 10 iest•
I . ner half p•O.. Applok rith roccvlaftits. and,
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which-came to theaor tOir the Otistsrar 0 ,
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irtoee Ittitob t !ere rats Itit iDi s m to nt;
?of Btritiosohltila Ilk, ht I •`Ol 4 il i a
tpock. .1 1 41, ri ritiVedie "Ante t 44U '0144
!peek. OVletclatife et tgb''',4ienit Afar on %Anna
'butter was spoonifi, 94 for ' 40 .01•4'. " if Oat.
pose (oup)kopt holey" et a Osten*? 6 cents. A
large lot of eablime waa Oared. inhlph wee sold at
*um 6 cents tdlOtaits per dead, err 'es per Wide
1 Atter market 11 `lilt the,,storel, 4!ZI Perin street
i
°tune in for their s 4of the; hwy custom, and
,the "counter bocce kaito;, leaning over tha
;counter yesterday , 0:. LOLL, (4,0 1 were
kept bolt It must'' b # in our storekeepere
'f. that they are very obits and onstomernOstutot
4 cornylaln of not rOCIIVIAIt Witten. ' • I
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Itoois e On H owe
0494 this evening.
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,:. ow any definifti w y
, many come out almost any* ere, and
•• , , Ittas often next to aowhere at 14 Thlf
id -.papawstetAvalas,Oontlairens put
~ . ,eoutive labor, the het& do or die, Is a
spectacle which one in a thousand have no
more comprehension orthati women hive of
t itenees to ona iw alettlip hem 041
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liati c Trltighlt .. ' ). .: . %Stand
li p s n e o unimum . .-. '-- qt. co
urday night in conelderable ore*, sad '. e
• the rultinlate vd4tr 1
livreg tirn
). I It to liihae4
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9''' hislcsalde made
Air retreat to this' .eity without paying
Bonitos his bill, serviL " him about - the
Ir4ss the coartWit,9 !..: 4 kl Blue *cut
Vino trOpU4lloll_ .1, f' ,• et I t t
nton, where . they ate ,er whole et oc
when on their way to the grand pow-row
'Philadelphia stew weeks
I ago without
Agl far
th aia the& li a tte±:liiwoM , ,) t q - , • ,F
ITan ROMAN T
Frocan.--The proportions of
e human*: are strictly mgreticitts
i. wkole. losiso Oro laiglik of
I the loot. eth th feria be
,deviationd
getup the rule holds. , . - and
1 is a o deplxttio... , - h -hest *aen
I proportion. u , .`. , made All eir
1 statues ioooo r , . "I rule. The ,
from the h estpolat o the forehead,whea
'the hair , ns, to the chin f is one-tenth of
ito tett , , e il l . geavvii
- the top of the chest: to the highestpoint in
the forehead is a seventh. n' the :-lingth of
the face from thorlois.444 l lo
_hair to the
chin be • dividetfeboiliew val putts, the
first division determines the p ace where the
eyebrows meet and the second the place of.
the nostrils. The height from the feet to
. thatoPof ,theshesCietbeearne sit the dial
lance from the extremity of the Rogers when
I the arms are extended.—fkkofed, ' : •
.
A OAT DioammitMitobinthicii moreittfn
( two yews ago 6 young make rospecumihty
and education, by chance 101 l into company
with a young girl who Was just bridal ,Q Into
tbti P a if
ATV - Ittkike IA
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War a
medium *tient Ace *wet
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the fact that this the rd Cent
in• Reading Within one. week—for we __de
MA yet grown .to be so large a city that good
audiences can be secured for good concerti,
at all tithes end under allairounistanees.
2161Crt shretaft
anent, and were by no means sparing in their
applause, nearly every piece being vigorous•
1p encored.
"Prof. Rents will 'be ileateinlmredas the
iptleman h o . ties very do.
htfial 004 • t • 010 00t4P •
, on he was oubstatially thee Woo
talented compani which he pesonted r • last
evening, KW LOOS Woodruff, thes
comer t hits 'possible voice,her speciality
in her low
the ord • !Irf, 4 -- The
quishe tenor of Prot tk and the eltsswv;
ling voices 'lnd itch stage ',tenets of Misses
Omsk . Rents and. Mary Thomas all elicited,
as the! deserted misted and hearty tokens
''of A s formia wombs,
these three ' Wire e general Amor
%pi. The benefits of their widnous and
!careful training is evinced in a steady pro.
Ives' in the musical art. • , -
The fOli t of Mr. Da Costa_ Af is atail a
better, . goo
,than in t eso o. Prot Beg is hnpro ng in
musical smmution and Wm nnollnutPrin.
ticeb Re trill pezdon however, in en.
prossing our °pluton:that his distplano solo
2:l 4 Z:e h : 4 1 1107 11 L ie lMitre st atig
fora Concert. p o "4'
ica scs ow and the 1{409111 OKI
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