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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 17, 1879, Tipton, Indiana                                JS f fa tttnx practicepicking A OOLOEED sentinelli THE barometer peel of the firstbelle I noiher K I coald hearttonight dwee rayTnaery and ugnlah there hinka tomorrowa aim woud shi THE SEARCH FOB THE tlw Whrt The common notion regarding die rs to be thai II dollfaced Hmude not for your nlrt which tbe animiil with inhaling not Tor but because you had A Oarge quantities of water into it f won Alfred But you are out no THERE is nothing quite ao tub as the banest isat hand and the plumbers are having full T11 treeh lager mad dog Because it froths at the IT Is all very wellto talk about plow ing the but they often use how for IT is wonderfully that a cup of tea was never yet spilled on oirty I 1lJjoin you said a min ister to a young as he went ifor the church f A went back on her bowlegged beau because she didnt like to in j THE joker who intimated that he had nuuto mast have meant call them soft young rntn now the distressfully polite thing is to They are tlie down of TIS passing nrange tiiat amid all the of the nobodv ever paeeed a quarter for A barber refused to ojor Bob Jupcrsolls on tjie pia that it nii tr should be said of him that he dyed j Muiy wife asks him for a dollar or ior currrni he smiles ewMtly and True no Uf bflieve that if an angel should Gili into the sanctum of the average tiiat he would clij its pas them off as his i J of as well back a mule up Kjpniitt a and tell him not to a tell a woman about a wedding cud liot feet under jaw in A MAK had a pic to wll led it be a iad jiig heavier than the flesh and Our readers arc probably aware that an Influential Committee baa been to which fortynine pro vincial contmittccsjarc for the purpose of organizing an expedition to the North iPoc on the phin recommended by Commander who is strongly of opinion that balloons will form an important clement in all future Arctic Our illustration depicts the three bal loons as ready to start from ths winter quarters ofthe ship during the first week in destination being The average tempera ture in the early part ofj June is about The balloons arenamed En Kesilute ind Discovery each will be capable of lifting a ton the threwcarryjinga sledge party with stores and fifty one The will be made on a curve of roughly ascertained wind a continuation of which curve will carry them to the but should the said curve then the required of air canagain lie struck by v has not jiatented it but reuple are traveling trom to New York by least tliev come by WHAT is heavens best gift to man tbiuo E young lady on Sunday tming aweetlr on ner maie A replied the young man with EXPEEJESCE teaches many prominent among to a u tbat it is safer to run your chance wjtib balky jnule cnan to dictate to ia on WHIU Charles of ftas being s very large crowd sang fcweet Harriss last words For heavens sake swing me off I c jght to have been oxit of thu tiro hours j Kiss MAUECP I love the old oak it is associated with sp matiy bourefprjjt beneath its Il ccrriet me back to my when Young FoJdle When you it f j once called UJKJI 10 laarry a man to his fourth Af Inspjiroached tlie couple he said Tlease to The man in Ins chair a moment and finally1 usually sot f THEioung girl whotings for 5r the fnjut You must wakej tud call me mother is tlie cieature who expeets her mother to make the get the and bring i to her i again lie struck by rising to the ns proved by experiments thntdifireiit currents of air exist according to altitude thisfact Commander himself observed in charge the Goveniment bal loons in his last he sent up four at the same moment to different al being difierently they took directions to the four quarters of the giving him the first practical idea of ballooning in the Arrdc Captain Temples ex periments with the war balluons from Arsenal have fullyconfirmed this important desideratum in aerosta About thirty hours would sufiicc to float our aeronauts fromthe ship to should all go well Wo asked Commander Cheync lionhe wastoing to get back bis answer was cautious According to he first duty is to get When leave it tojus to get We have many uncertainties to dcjJ and a definite programme made now might1 be entirely changed when the time came to earnout the journey Condensed gas would lictakeinn steel hills floated over by expansion and contraction of the and in the event of any acci dent dccurringj we always have our sledge party with boatptorcsand I fadd buthliif A child viU curb ol 6ke mj Uojrhk Ill muT7 fttu vlMB ll unukotioiiipvllk i A blooming IKT wonta and cor kcr I i long 1U I woo raid hope and for M j lad j wai not ligbUj won Stw iiliber love and thought it ahama At bit iny wdoome tank waa 1 hchl her bluBhlog In mr nnns And Him rojr tuhful jirire I told The blUrful JiyiliTort qiiicklj And I hid plolgiJ hir with a i nht ao nmch lio it jirovetll i My was tuUi a lily JBul would not harett Thnigh from hand it oft woulil allp iAo evil 1 would aay j While ahe but luughed with joyoua I Iff I my darling for a apara Aa neaicr ditw the wiililinc day OiK little 1 and tha X never niu I left bcr blooming The in her 1 tame lu Iiiid lur wan and Alas thai fatal little fell now stay Anil leave me all I love in life In vain I the touch of dijih Wason 0 my iroiuisol wifel I Mil in my The ring fell Irpmbcr migcr cold look it and ihe brculhcd V 1 11 marry you when I am She liwrnot wlml poor child i Iramlmn her wnifcriglirrauoni ny I keep ihat and wait l an eteriud i n my lraUK4 n Hi gooe rawi r ior fler uuud Hi no and j though mora cautious iu tho lnis it last given bcr adhesion to the project being carried Canada is likely to and Com mander Cheyuc has received an invjta tibn from the Canadian Fi Sir Samuel delvierhis lectures in with the promise of a warm rcw SKAT BX FBAXK but they come to stiy My telltale mirror doth ailmnniih ms tTliat Im lialf way across lifei itormy And oft greet me with J Youre tIM I am crowing EKIT The yean hare Tanishal with araccuoriw Since orer greening hlUand flowery mead 1 rambled oulluy lupfy boyhoodn haremy i If I could tnni abont and journey luck Along llfoi beaten and uneven track And heat my blood again with ytiirUiful V I would nofdoao within the aim And cool delightful aftrniouu of I Freo from roullin ardent hditoi and biitcr tramp who has shot at farmers ays he has1 toll tlie end of the gun to the as a woman always both eyes when she pulls LET me supply the bustles of the 1 will have the largest in the nation was the iaudubiiambition of an be iwver ibyugbi i the whole sex eii on TUKY had n very sad affair at West JoitjtA lady sir Cozzens told her mniiuiia tiiat the cadets wear mats and E naid harto Jheir and andtheir and he vin shot through the Cliajr is all in your Ifs a niece of furniture Uict only by those that wear the ones that do the work dont I Lae sunthin Put this in your among the rrrATLTJO show that all the church jii the United is worth while overy Cfjij are fpent for drinks The newspapers jroterted against the practice of uuilairijr such expensive SIKG bo for a Monday while be tried to mitke bis ktch key fit a strange The gay and gallant bark came from a huge who retained a portion of Orriue wat tail as a memento of tbc I WISH I were you about two with great And my dear be with consider able she toy ing affeciiittiateJy with his watch liien I would buy iny wife a new bonnet I took tiireejamm of oot of the says tlie little Tbat was very naughty indeed yon have confessed T Go and sin no tbe other oniir look J tsKirre are to lie gathered to the waist thfc CBTE the fashion Hevinn an going to have Nnj no that menus the wabst of the young Wn and includes tbe young woman in the A KAJC coming out of a Texas riewfr paper jTce wiib one eje gouged jJI over bus and of i ius ears chewed replying to pol ire man wbo interviewed saia Didnt article Ibat jieared in the pufer f I went to tbp anbe warthar IToOJBG Jadr when it in a nifhv xnne mrowng yoji oujgbt u take time bythe Jtuftst you would catchyour fauimnA if you Jxd and to mrocf nrub and a Tbe jriJJ before A Sleeping Car llodlanepolii T Ah amusing affair occured on the Beo Line train which arrived here yesterday Tbc train passed through Union City about three when the passengers were aroused by the piercing shrieks of a passing At the same time a womans scream echoed through the sleeping Tlie first scream sounded like an but tlie second and third admitted of no The sleeping car conductor and porter started from different ends of the car almost running to wards each oilier and the which came from one of tlie A woman was found sitting on tlie edge pf half crying and screjiji1 not having yet fully 3A3 soon as she could collect herscnses she ih fonned the conductor that a man tried to get in her apartmentr By tlie voice she knew him to lie a fellow who bad got on at and who bad been tiying to make himself agreeable to her in the with indifiercnt sue The man iu question was dragged from his quarters by the indignant pas by this time had taken in tlie He explained that he had been up after a andthat on re turning Jthe motion of car had pitched him into The pas Kengcrs thought his explanation very the young lady waa evidently of the Fame qpinionj for shereached back under her pillow and drew a silver mounted whichehecocked and leveled full at said get down on your knees and beg my or I will WbWTOur braina I carry this revolver just such dirrv cowardly dogs as Tlie fellow oonldhV get down on his knees too rightlbcre in the ais c he made an abject promis ing to write to ipSti IxtuiJ as ndditional penanoeA Thfff ture of the young woman pointing a re volver at figure in a night inirontof nervously finger ing with a dozen spectral figures standing and as many heads thrust from adjacent would have afforded a study for an artist uf the way nowgetting i iasil Eustons defense of you withlyour while I to the band iomest and proudest i Alicia Corday was as proud as she waa i was and his beautiful waa not in i Since her introduction but ne ambition ruled her Kecomo And now her hopes seemed near their long wishedfor i was out of lur riva aiid liasil her likely to make her uis r 1 One autuniii day a wudifingceremony was ami Maude Ilolden give 1 er band to the young man clo ueiKe had saved her The was quiet was no bridal and the yuung couple spent the honeymoon on the old I Not long afterwards wedding tjopk place but it was attended by fes tivities of all and hundreds of the I Alfred Bersford and Alicia Corday piatoryi or water isr thei i sai ERXEBT a of the f dive and distance off at the shower the interpretation of i the i Apart from the difficulties in the way of explaining c from mouth sifch large anil po persiatentl into the there iis not merely an utter want of purpose in this view of the net of we have also to consider that this would materi ally interfere with the Breathing of the antmaL nation of ing of the whale rests ty tMe not in reality proctdd the blow but consists of watci of iron and aluminium nan been used fortelegraph hav ing the advantage over ordinary wire of greater heine drawn besides has ar now riygji Urnvjhg suc cessfully amore rational explai what is implie I in the blow on the simple fully made the of the Tbe cteiir in good health and not aman fist in the Mucljl mation has been the re sult to commerce THE experiments jat have rather asUiniiihed the military In cveri forced upward into the air by the expiatory eflort of the animal vl i JIUKTK1I Then you cast me from you You will not niiirry me Tho whitefaced man averted his proud I he with inherited but half Youknow why I need uot explain I hope you yourself ofthc cliarge ttiat hangs over your It is an awful thing to be accused of they are piling you a in rim tnun Sbe in the aBoreia That fairyoung whose hair was a silken sheen of a murderess j i t wbat do you say you to come the fire wltlrclean You do not think that I wish your I He Is not me against put tbe clear voice of and the handsome man started n j t Against Maude you was the what have you my Iwmloruiy uncles money ThisnHit we iwrt My bands arc washed of that old mans Not on my were and proud coupl and a handsome with the marHage our char our story might ately end but we must not lay down th cn till we write the story of a rctrilm which the unwearying yearsbronih to tbc bad speculations Alfred fJcrs ord found i haughty wife he led and in one of the lummfac Hiring fhrough family iiiflu neb a positign on the detective force The years and cl6scpplication toll it new professioh minis him a markedrain n the secret i j fair as as ipent her summers at rtliiii icr like the sleuthhound luntcd the evil and mercilessly rai him to earth The pair Maude and her hus who lived happy in each others respectedby I I cannot be Alfred mut ered one in a he merged from S I lentally found aclue16James Holden s AVhy not follow it up and sat isfy myself prooceTlcdlo ii cstigatc the mystery which a few years jefore had startled and puzzled thcccm He had the reputation of being a good and for weeks he pick L i was on the track of ng up clue after He felt that he w proprietor JKansas commenced business asTi I caterer to the Oh it cried one as be entered his room and the door behind I must be on the wrong I would give my right arm if I had not taken up this ter rible Heaven agony of my soul at this momeutl The detective bad struck the right trail but whither lcaling him His blood ran cold when he thought of JHe came up with tottering but cap tious and leaning against one of the pillars of the porqlylpokcd the superblydressed who sat at the fair little girl Klthrgolden very iniageof Alicja Bcrsford at her tenth beside fl the endof my the haggard man at the ends tlie hunt for James Jloldens pois1 to oome inr he mndeaddii liut God pity the wretched wonew man She did itall for The next moment he heldja revolver in one hand against his and an en velope iu the that Followed drove the beautiful woman From the and tbe men who The while begins the es breathingout aciion of its just before reaching the surface of the and the warm expired air therefore carries up wit i it the water lying above the head lariil jblowholes of j Tiat this view is correct ia rendered highly merely by the observation of the breath ing of young whales and porpoiscskept in but jals by the fact that the last portipu of tl e blow con sists of a silvery t pray or formed by the rapid consi deration of the warm air from the lungs as it comes in con tact iwiln the colder The water received in tlteinouth escapes at of and ot enter be i puns of a ow the Kiiinpj farex 1 ceeded those of the The energy per phots ci ferencepfthe cigbty atbn for in slanov is 54 that Kmppn forty teventytiro tan gunwas quainted A Hotel with For the benefit o withltbe ietmfit tar says it may be to that in the early davsof Kttnsu it was owing to Jhe scarcity of for the poorer class of settlers to make their houses in the gen erally on the side of a hill or if their afforded sue This state ment may at firat though seem absurd but it is a fact well know i to those who liave tnivecd throtigh West Intel ligent and Welleducated Crorn one or another incident to become reduced in circnm were not unfretjuently met with living in these somfort and e Former associates in much costlier homes in Much on and taste of the joilder whether his looked like a ivoodchuck hole or a human ri one of these a certain i BiisAiUET and professor have contributed a pager to the Astronomical Society iipf England on Babylonian describe a Ba ylonianf calendar estab lished two thoinaiiil jcars before Chfiat Tne inscriptions are in Afeyr and The Star leu or Dilgnu is mentioned at the lieiinninfrof the Thu autbunt this star i j J A JJE6T AUBA NT keejler rendered des perate by the Imimberldf invented the following plan to jcill them The doors and windows beitjg he ail alternate strips of molasses lind trains of gunpowder oji the flies were enjoying triei luxurious le an train was The result wasahat dead weighing two ancl three ounces flown ilmme is This high io designate the His S r j Hniiatronslwerc r con frit with miple be bcfo re them lotel the out and the ibonndjcis he former was kept the c Oking the lattc served as Ijis jnillibii chough for tho hnu plenty t n eat as Ion iis be buffalo and deer His hough of a rough class faid their bills y hihi in if jjff respectably i Ajthri idg t new patronoge rjft Kttg a cli ssot as visi the IV W A Cool de M on his way to r Some answered UllblV B proud Maude J out uiit be took it not That often kissed by wjis cha with niunlcr to touvh4tKtiew niaii tlie honor of a proud Refusingtfcevdaiiity white Alfred Bersfjird turned away with her last words ringing in his with a goodbye which should have been on bis lady inquired iritotlic poor fellow killed But beres a addressed to Alicia The lady listened tothe man with ns her1 and stajr gered ritlier trian ialkeiv ij with the crumpled letter in her l Pull down the she saidto the 1 Then she open and with eyes that seemed about to burst from their read Mr OBittt A Conceited Lover tLoooke Tuesday Bowers obtained a license to marry Miss Leonora Powell later in the day Allison applied for and secured a license to marrjthe same young ladv He was informed that the first license had been and it is said that he KSf reared nor did she move until sie beard hoofs of his horse on the bridge not far r She then sought the Jnterir the old over whose threshold tlie had lately and arrested her 6f justice feirherVinclcs I Maude had been hisjtrofcyc since early The rich man was ifound dead in his bedy klnlimli set many rumors haste for the bouse of bis We have not yet heard which one was made The young latfy referred Leonora Powell is the second daugt ter of B Powell who lives some four dministered by some miles southeast ofi the fascinating iwaslsoraewhatlof i bnt was never thought to But the young gent who arrived just one no doubt tUnks she would come under that seems that more tkan woman in the Leonora put her together to undeceiTe the young theybeing engaged at thetine She fhnd fbati leeently formed the abquaidtinceof the gentleman ite andju tie had made fir she determined aiUon at their next appointing the same on which was to have been led to the altar by first IpTerbnt one hour earlier for These increased when the coroners hsd come his death b and while connected tande was admitted to you hid in the Von did it for guilty j tore me from Maudo and now you bring mt to the last round of Dont Ull Btaidi that j a May God mercy on year aoal I The woman raised her and handed the letter to this she arid thei little one held it in the 1 Tit i whom he em tercd and was charmed Avith the agreeable sallies f his compaii lattef learning rom the monk that lie was in charge of a sum of money belongingfto this convcn ceedihg traveling toward tin t part of the that tak through the forest they w abridge TV hen they were in the thick of ithe dismounted from his seized the monk s with many insisted on his delivering upl themoney he had with rl do not carry it about replied the other allow me tog it offniy hone and I will call the lay bi other who fol me with the baggage and hand yon over the one thousand The andtn monk fejoit ingbi m containing the specif and also a pisior which he hid 11 sleeve then throwubg the purse on t le he wj is the act of ind ihot him i first catUeherJciBji material free of all particles that have ana railroad not Steam isbselfo moisten with tlm loth ti ilace goods tlijit are covered with bright pieces iSof or with ejnall orf with bits of a gelatinous material thatcan be variously colored and ti suitable Iri the lase of the tiiey aregenerally applied on the but where metals or these are mixed with finely powdered gum arable in order tfif give them the necessary As the cloth travels over the particles are strewn over and is then passed that causes the gelatin ous particles to beconiiS The stntT is next passed o vect whicLtinduces a more cohesion of jthe particles and a the ma terialto which they operations are concluded by A correspondent has sent us a startling letter from Miss Betham from which we give anextract I send you the following particulars of a recent scientific just patented and destined without doubt to a vcry important part in our economic Ithink it miist be regarded as a for once and for of the great coal orjrather fuel ques only ourselves but of the celebrated lion panther ilpon the following discovery by and ifter sixryears persistent brought it to entire work able perfectionT He by means of two inex the mains of light a fire without wood orcoal a fire instantaneously lighted and extinguished a fire causing no smoke or troube a fire costing onetenth at least ofordinary fuel morewonderful a the portion of which answering to is ever that is to would hist a life com prehends both stove and The fires could beon the minutest scale or on the They would be used for heatinz a food or for an K Being lighted thev will he a great economy bonnel at once patented his invention and engineers and savants fromPans visited him and pronounced his discovery one of the most remarkable of the He has had several oners for the purchaseof the patent in Frihce sell Ius own in another Any tnglish gentleman or firhi JIM tires or stoves could by Anting him or two before haniL His address is I have Wen fires and There is mistake about the It is as clear as pos sible that here we have a perpitual and economical source of Two hundred ago the would surely have been burned as a thegtimmed particles prelerene to case the later injuriously effect the color of ihe I i It weak girls a fort night i IloxjiCTs are in anticipation of the theatrical come aife rnpri A tkatiTheo I dore Til ton allows hTs il THE girl with the empiy The Bamuee of Penny Kaw tofif It is but that a love af fair should have developed the present of postage But Move rules the the the and why not the postoffice Sir Eowland whose death was announced re when on one of his philanthropic and discovery tours through evening at a north country JVIiilfe sitting with other travelers at the kitchen the postnian brougbtin the Among otbet persons who received a letter was a kitchen She tooli the letter from thccarrierj turned it over and over in her looking wistfully at it all the and at last banded it back to the remarking I have no money to pay the postage on a letter from Rowland llillstepped for and said I will pay the postage rather than have vou deprived of the pleasure of a and handed her the required which she received with 3It hinka tomorrowi sun woud shine Tbe birJ king Sowers bloom more fair Eut not tor meth arrcpuf such a Nothing I fajla r ta m lf Might ihadowi or errr It rar thit irourtfol plainttoo if 1 nhoulil dlr For we thvre ifl no error in tbe in I chuxe you not For weariness anil for rest souiiht Life has to en buL thornr Hraletcl lean and widen oer with Vou would not if you lowl call ma Beniilea 7m know the never Lolr t kneel brfnri Jlmlghlj who l n thj rinbt hand I old Ihithmd of ui in e rain There It no itounii of humxn grief Darkly thecondsae Sowly my draw neur tne icy lenl not upon nm lightning of iliy On iinl A STRONO shield is the safety of cerc To him that lives wejl every form of life is KEK well ami the the sequel will lrnve vour v FRIENDS are won by tbose who be lieve in LIFE is too short for its possessors to wear long i A ROOM hunzwitb pictures is a room lung with TEACH your caildren to resject their elders and LIBERTY and are the noblest prerogatives of EVEKY person is sure of at least one good friend rf he will not abuse KVFKY man is bound to tolerate tl e act of which he himself acts the ex HAVE the courage to wear iyour old clothes until you can afford to pay for new THEKE is lipthinp more to be esteemed than a M anly Krmness and decision of THE friendship of youth is founded on sentiment the disseminations of age result from A RELIOIOX wbicu suspends business six in t and opens up only on is a EXECUTE promptly the good deed you but the evil it oft till No matter how purely and grandly we live there is no denying that we live more more grandly As act by which we make one friend and one enemy is a losing because revenge is a much stronger principle than HAPPY is he who lias learned this one do the plain duty of the quicky and wliat eVer in rmiy THE world is a beehive in which we are all honey the few are but Ihe many only receive Aings and pains in the V No one ia so greatly to he eared as he man who is willing to tel you all he because tbc chances are he will tell you it great deal Mrcn charity which begins at home is too feebleto pet out and much that begins out doors never gets into the home TIIK Eleventh Annual Series of the Keilpnth Lyceum Cour e waa inaugu rated Tuesday by the delul of Miss Abbie who has recently returned from and evident gratitude and After whose appearance ia anticipatedwith fiflP VifinnTt tttntn was pro bat he himself lurdVhortcitt uHl materially stranger heart After awhile Blanche tried to rouse her mother but her little hands could Alicia BersfordJ the woman tracked down by her detective was enough to be Prince lof Olden ia at the head of the Imperial Kus aian irandniSjvery dili He lately th re haVe imself whether there where eight hundred girls an educated Proceeding to the institu just before the dinner hour main walked toward the At ila door soldiers carrying a huge grenadiers to atcqmpaBy himito tfctx sp itj where they t found tie robber lyine at with thit pune ibr side Searching his they discov red in i secret pocket tie party put to w alb his dividnals arrived rom Teren t perto of Jtapti re An incid end iron and atea Miriinnerr jtcknded btwithandcKsed i tiibeiwrit L charged i splint bin the is the One that looks i FBANKMS said widows are thij onlyllsecondhanil grfoiii tbat will toll at prims f THEBE ia no chance for trouble among sewinggiils tlie time making j romance of to liav your at thaTeryjclimaT of v i she would go bn the but she cant btar being miJle love even in rried Heididnt deserve to lose bis first aiiN has yintroduced a handsome FA6aiiN has yintroduced a handsome line of fancy plusbesfUiis style of gctoda great toilet beauiiiierJ J JiiJ ABEA TBKh and eTentadf damsel she left the kitchen another traveler said That is her she knewall that was in that letter from certain marks that was on the It was fjrom a sweetheart in and before he went offthey agreed upon some sign by which shewas to learn if he was prosperous and when coining and when a letter is brought to her she ex amines the outside and knoWa al 1 that she wants but makes that excuse in re turning search uf the girl adroit found his fellow travelers guess to be The girl also showed him deciphered the telling him at the same time that she was too poor to pay the post and that was the reason she and agreed this From these Hijl inferred that annually be de frauded try such artificesof large and he began planningi system of WDiildfeture tothe Govr erhment a certam postal The pretcnt postal system is pie Langtrjs Let it suffice to affirm concerning Iiangtry those who know her best and those who know her least declare unanimously that her beauty is almost her It seems but yesterday as a she appeared in the park and set tongues a Since then she bos played a foremost part in the comedy of and this gracefully and You are spell Bound by her sweetness before youhave exchanged hardly n dorenwords with Every wellbred woman is of course free from but this one is gifted with a simple and sympathetic as that wherewith mentally we endow nnd she talks at once so and musically that you are impressed withthe idea of her absolute ringing treble the view of life characteristic ofjgirlhondjare still Above At sbe wasthe the canny liw linfc I irldfora mm their m UUH Scotch bci gencroW Tlid plain and unnttractivc partner claimed her hand in thi ballroom and he waa not though Adonis stood at awaiting his Lily liko in eVery she hafj an exalted reputation for womanly and although has been flattered followed more thanany living She has the true to the gentle emblem for ever the Jersey A cbmpanr of Eastern capitalists pur chased the Mommoth cave on and will proceed at once to pat it in the best possible condition to make iu great wonden accessible and to be seen nwliir the The nllroadtniii Obwgoir Junction win be completed to thA baitaLBad nrift ings pat the cave nude the routes made easy arid snch other for thorough exploration aewMlmakevk trip through it a matter of in much She will appear in con nection with the Strakosch i Italian Oper and Miss Marie the talent in the other nine en stimls prominent the names of Etelka Gerster her only earance in concert here this Emma Abbott and her strong opera Emma C Victor 51lle the Listemann Concert with Ncllfl Brown mid Laura besides DeWitt and E tneh an array of seldom been offered here be and the public will know how to show their KATB FIELD is coming to America this under an engagement to give aseriocomic musical entertain ment of an entirely novel description during the winter It is to be entitled London by Day and and is a musical consisting of sketches of all phases of London rich and the audience to dinner and evening the music police to tbe East Kotten House of Each sketch will be illustrated by a humorous or some of them writn ex pressly for Miss Clever George Grossmith Sir Joseph Porter U writ ing and arranging the entertainment with Miss THE Philadelphia in an inter esting account of Ft enters career as an actor in says He was tbe original and greatest impersonator of Sfelnotte in The Lady of arid the first production of tbe piece at tbe Lyceum Theater created a profound similar and equaled only by his original impersonation of the hero of Camille in This is an error as amusing as it ia Bul wer began as a play writer in when he wrcte The Duchea de la which was a and almost immediately he brought out I he Lady pf which writ ten for and up to who created the character of Claude This was When Fechter was twelve years old he was born in and it was ten years before Fechter went on the Paris He first appeared in Lon and tlien for a few weeks and with a French in jjars was an ad mirable actor of the character of Claude though his recitations of the tender passages were simply ridiculous A CORRESPONDENT of the fferald visited Mlle Sarah Bernhsrdt in He says she liven in a beauti ful little hotelin the Vil portion of the house being abnorbed ly her which is of noble proportions and decorated with admirabic Here are to be sten in progress on the portraitij and sketchea by the great actma that would credit to any profcKiooal and busU in clay and that command notice aiy Mlle Bernhaidt b much tiore and delicate in one She   

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