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   M'Kean County Miner, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1873, Smethport, Pennsylvania                               BARD BABBOUB, DEVOTED TO HOVE INTERESTS, LITEBATU: JE, AJTD DrTKLLIOaQfCE. A VOL. X. SMETHPOHT, M'KEAN COUNTY, THUESDAY, FEBRFAKY 20, NO. 18. The Brook. I'p In nikl, stsa ens lo task, Tlxre UTM aad a Utlto tously brssk t ami aiiigoih in UM drssrv tines, YK oil tu wbew daylight sUuss. Piirr Uisir mountain ehsUes caught Ii rain, u drinks U> aoal bsr t hoBffet Anil d >wu dim it slang, T ralcli the murmur of iU amtotuus, 'Ilimt lUglMlU aJono 1 Ami UeAr afar the rifsm gUjtioualjr Slioul ou tlicn toward UM shining Toioaf ul tivr chantinc to UM (on. AuJ IMOOT, STWV i Outreaf WOK wide, and joinbif hand with tuns' jwur grjat trUls-alpne. th. ssldaji Ah! brook! Creep onward throocsktlM pinna, IVeM through the gloom le dayarut ftiujf uu auiuttg fltnuoa, and Iww UK Ilixxbt art all skill to I ImtiklbBiwmlrain hearen aeotfeth I II.'IJ tliy own hnwavsrwsrd it taodeth; Kor auiaowhen. UM aay, Tliou. too, ahai] liuj rivara, br-snd-bvl datiei, meeting oar with smiling as though we were en- tirely auooDaaiaas of the. fact that wo were standing apon thr brink of ruiu. I think it was sbont two o'clock tliat afternoon, that happening to glance oat into the street, I saw toy wife pass- ing by the door, aiid, perhaps, you can imagine my surprin. upon discovering that aho wore a brand new bonnet, out- of the meet gorgeous and expensive kind; and I it mar hare been a smile of triumph illuminated her beautiful countenance eaalie panned Ike dour. I had hardly tinio to recover my when Csutaiu Dodger passed mo u I stood in the door looking alter my wife, and methonght that a'smile of triumph illuminated bin countenance too i blow nearly y) cmnr, tl for me to more. Mercy, mercy, spare me and I'll never do ao any mure. Ton Mn. I cried "AnIT tpsre prohabl oonuutted other more terrible that my wif hand for she had recognized my v  wasn't, notwithstanding the fact that we've all seen him smothering goed-lookiiiR young women upon the slightest HUH- vicious but I don't Uiink that I wan jealous of Captain Dodgwr at this time though it is possiblo that I wan jiint a her lla isn't it a burglar asked my powerful antagonist, holding his cane read T for another Mow. I luuked up at him. IWger !Wh7 J.U Uucle Tom. jut j thTJxVcution of I Hosza Handor, who ooufonniled fool I vc i j "h been." I groaned. But buiumt T" Uncle Tom bought it. for me, of replied my wife. And you put him into ypur chain- to sleep, and it wasn t Ikxlger's "Utc large enough U live In lux But, the family, or and trtf tn their eelf- of ganga of Bin age lo aay, UM Tow of tho that which laid waste a aiderable portion of tho city of Bootoa in November, most be Interesting and initnsotivein its aherstoal speeds, aad wo design to briefly direct attention to some of these. The process of eom- -boetioB, whether ft mvalTos iniiiiii structures, or whether it ia confined to the narrow limits of a candle oreommoa friction match, is atriotry a ebomieal "u-inroinaa. .The boning el vaa, chemical experiment oa a vjst and wttnat ao costly that the haediy wieh to aoo it zepeattd. IV bura a aobotaaoa ia simply to change its condition tbe matter involved is not deatroyod.bnt from chemical actioa it ftiittmtt ittoV) AVW 4V BOW forma of matter. There  ride o his anceetnos, j apices of the groorr the prints, flan if MY WIFE'S JCBW BOXXET. Mm. aaid I, if yon ilon t auk mo for money. exceedingly hard, Mra. aiid I hare junt all I can do to make IxiUi ruUa taeot." But, mf duar William. I're worn tliin Ixinnct all urgnd my niul it really dooen't.look fit to Muar aguiii." Now there in one peculiarity about IDT wife, nijr drar air, which really nmitieM mf, I know that it la oriKinal with her. Ordinarily nhn luo aa Mr. Jackapratt, >r 11. Jackhpratt, or yon Jackapratt, luit jiint no ai nhn ii in want of a new bonnet, or a new drcai, or a cloak (I never naw n woiuiui who oonld go moru lioimeU, dreBaen, oleaka, in a pi Ten time without in- juring her jnnt ao anro lirr pntiti >n with my dear anil nhf nnyii it in kuch a way, n nd with ani-h a nmili-, Hint -well, really, I can't reniht, you see, I nlways comr ilnwn with the 1 inn rery iwirrv, mr tlenr I, Terj' xorry indeed nlwint that JIOIIIH t. I can't rouiembor the time n hen I hnvu been rut to the heart an I HID now nt "iRht of that bonnet, but I UM verr much nfruid rott'll hare to wenr it to rluircli oneo more, my tlar- liiifr." "Ami in it for thin tlmt I man-its! roil, Willinni H. cried that xiipcrlily boaiitifu) woiuun, an to Rimle. it fur thin I left my happy home, where I nurroundrd every Imnrj- that n kind uncle could supply C'niifonud vour kind undo I aaid I, for you f losing my temper, i'Ul.oiUTh it in genurally the laiit thing I do loae. confound your kind Uncln! I rcpeuteil, while Mra. Jackapratt glared nt 1110 with all the ve.rocity of a female He never did me any good, imlwitlmtinding tho fart that I hare Imil hint thrown in my face almoat every nook oinfc we were married. I've heard often rniiUKh of your ancle, Tom Blog. star, niul of hin ramWIrn among the of Anntralm, and the dia- mond of Month Africa. I'd like to ivr of hiii gold and diamouda, uiui I'd like to nue him too, Mrs. Jark- nprntt. I don't want to ezpraea a atngle ilnulit of your veracitr, my dear, but -but naw my leg off if I don't believe uncle. a fraud." Mi.. Jnckapratt uttered little M-renui, and Mink into a chair. Jfr haTe treated me ahe mnr- iimml, bnrying her face in ker napkin. Xo, of course he aaid L Fortunately I know who you refer to. 1're heard aince our marriage, of every- thing that your old lover. Captain Dod- KPT wouldn't do, and now, junt tor vari- ety, I'd likn to know what he would do if ho wna in my aitoation "Oh, why did I not marry him f in- quired Mrs. Jaekaprati. Thnt'n junt what I'd like to Midi. you brute 1" (iu 011 my lore." "Are you going to boy me a bonnet T" Mumping her little foot. I'd coin my hcnrt into doll M'lll you buy me. a bonnet t" Hut, my dear, I need every cent of money Ictin mine tkia week in mrbaa- W. n. Jackapratt (calmly and de- terminedly) I aunt have a new bon- net thia rery day." I hope you mar get aaid I, and with thnt parting nhot I took op my hat walked out of the house. Now, my dear reader, I wiah to inform you that, notwitliatamlrag the eoncln- mon you have arrived from reading the foregoing conversation. I am really one of the kindest hearted men yon ever heard of; and furthermore, I have no hesitation iu" saying that in My own opinion, no man over loved woman with imrh intense intensity as I lore Mn. Jacknpratt, and I would do any- thing to make her happy but when weman won't be with tho very tx-nt a man can do, why she most go nn- natinfled. That was what I said to that mom ing while making my way to my pliico of buaiucsa, little thinking what an amount of agony was la store (or mr, little dreaming that a tow short hours would find tho most miser- able man in the oily. I may as well tell you hon, boforo going further, that 1 the aenior jinxtner in tho firm of JackspraU k. i'uttle, pork merchanU; and I donl object to gratifying your cariosity so much as lo inform you that pumn1- ftrr affairs of the aforesaid wore in 'urh c ticklinh condition upon this par- tienhir moruiug, that a failure was not I'luy prpbable, but iinminont. Tuttlo met mo at tho store door. .aid I. We get through to-day, bat Ood In to-morrow, I've nusied every eent I can." We went into the store togotlior, and were noun engaged in our oaatojnary the CUM-; Weil, Mn WUUam Henry Jacknpratt, although I never had the pleasure of meeting you before, allow u >n to be jealous rou're got, I'm glad me to express m r opinion that, if you loa't know sny better tlian to be jesloui f such s wife, sa vour head does acLe, and I'm glad that it." I Hut I'll never jealous j yon know, like Othello. I shadow thnt I saw on. wiliUpw siir Here were the facts Dodger was an tain, after' all. O, wliat a ninny I've old lover of my wife's. He was hand- j made of myssU, how lay! head some, winning, ngrcrahlc and wealthy, i acheH For some nnaccounUbVo rennon, ilina said Uncle Teat Btotreter, Blogstar (that waa my wifti's maiden who was jnnt name) had rejected him and accepted me. It wasn't nnreasoiielila tosapyoM that she had regretted it. Only that morning she had said, O, why 'didn't I marry him mcituing Dodger, and i now at two o'clock in the afternoon, "he was parading tho alreet in a new nml costly bonnet, with Captain Dodger following close behind her. O, no t I wasn't jealous but I would have given twenty-five dollarn at that moment to have known who bought my wife's Ixmnet, and the more. I thought of it the worse I felt about it. until at I rtanuro yon 1 was not was wrought np to a more tuun it 'pitch we will say mild luuacy, aaid I. that rendered me unfit for The next day I .remained at home, business, although it wan imponxihlc, while my wife attended to my wounded in tho existing atule of sifuirH, forme to heud, nud I'ucle Tom, who had come leavo tho store until s very lute, hour homo from the Diamond Fields with, s that welling. Rrrat dsaUmoac moaevithnn bo knew It was nearly eleven when I started I to do.with. to for home. I had tnken the I "-ndcr the firm of Tuttle at first, but they wern t.. blow for me, or that flier I was too nervous tc. sit htill. iin.l MI I lo "ift got out and walked, or run neurlv ull j tho way himie. As I tunied the corner I pleaood of re- t ie common pie had wi h a sort ol matitio and almost Ipgi 'udary halo, tbe yowth seorned tbe idea leading a life of luxurious case, andli hia adventur- ous aucoaUirn. In a year or two after the death of hia; I. And then I took Mrs. Jack- iipratt in my arma add kiaiwd her, and nlie nho would loifrfve aiO. Hut O, William 1 TO know what a love of a bonnet Anil it knn coat me a could if I had spices of the groorr the pnuti neb, laoes and silks of tbo dry y goodo anil ex- dealer tbo opium, game, oils tracts of the druggist; the aalte, acids, alkaloids aad reagents of the chemist, coaaamod on that night were hot com- mon and valueless elcmruto. thrown complex combinations by hatun ooao to or auwply hi In jXMtdttioB vas snbdiridod ittto aaiot boforo Jay tho point upost. which it was OoT qWQBMssl flra iry with UM and thereby oroloding tho eon- tact of atmospherie oxygon aloo it reduces tho temperature of by Taaoriom. Br sudden ehaage from a liquid tjo vspor t robs tho substance of the boat The the titno of d eta our flssrd 'with soonearOBO aa intere4ting exhibitioc. aay that it was calculated to awatott enthBsikam lorso-slfr concerned, aa thoapootaclo little 'too OQI ttlr for 1tiM- Xl wi pitying too f irSho pyrosBBhny. no BoMor grand tho display. Tae Baton of the tnbati noes burned waa peculiar, aflbrd- Ing ii tense beat and flames of gorgei us colors. Xumerons u( salts of strontium, calcium, mag- d, -1 it it. father, Koaza Bandor w is already at tho i brad of a Urge gang ot mounted ban- f hydrogen, carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, I ilits. and hia name has I looomo a hoaaei mruht, ote., existed, of which these hold word throughout O mtral HoBgary. di vanifled anbstenoBS were cosapasod, Murders without uuui were rom- j they were needfal to feed us, keep no mitteO, but the anthoi ities at length I warm, or relieve ns when- ill; they succeeded in captnrin Hoses. The therefore, as related to oar wanta, had authoritiea ordered thai all the ralue we wen willing to exchange plice. of lUmsa Baado r ahoold be se- I for them, a metal of such noble verery flogged until they would coufeos characteristics and so sparsely dia- what and drhizens towns I aemiBated BpoO our planet that we find i and cities had helped them in their it to be a oonvenient reprcnentslive of they obtsined j Talue. had toiled for montlts or v hundred per- l to form these chemical substances ia turn, when j fabrics, or we have sent our ships the lint of implicate I. j them up, and we hsif stored them safe- e iroV" thia tbe Mm" of fonr mA Hueza ktaudor himself was not at first 1T, as we supposed, in our warehouses, flogged, but only threi with the. j the flre oame, and iu aixtern noun laau. iu the that, man, he wonld rather that ciOigaity. But he to nee, that a light chamber. "My darling in waiting for I anid, forgetting one moment mv nnspicioun. "Hut hang cried I, they all rnahevl bwk tifwm tuy misxl, whc.ro did she get that KJ bonnet T" thin time T had renrhnl Below it was all ilurk thi-y'huil even A VoeaUal'. Misfortune. Onsiaa E. the Tooulifct tiH'uln-t niul fWnitsry Chamlier of Commerce I of the citv of Ht. I'ulll. Minn., has ob- taineil a ilivorcc from Mrs. Dinlge. In s luwnuit nlxjiit tho cuntojy of tlie chil- i dreu ho thin solemn j on o.ith: Ever lilucc she waa married 1 i hhe carried ft aix-bAireleil il revolver iu her with which nhe linn u many times thrcstcncd to-hlow inv bniinn out slid toahoet fne." tu make sny conff aaion whatever Finally, however" Oonnl Itaday wrested M (Vinfciuiioii from him Iry means of a curious ruse, lie seut fur Iloaza Ban- dor, uak  stairs, revolver'in hand, hoping to intercept him ia front ball The: women wen still screaming, but they didn't dan to leave their beds, and above the general clamor I could hear a man's .voice commanding them to. be quiet] and ho wonld -protect then. But Mrs. Jaokspratt wouldn't be H' She was that tfould tU. bo mordarod their and she was bound to dis soroam- ing; and O, how she did ecream I; t wonder that her cries did not penetrate my heart; but I suppose it was harden- ed by! the thoughts of Dodger and her infidelity. At jlast amid tbe uproar I distinctly beard his footsteps on the stairs, and saw through the gloom his tall form cautiously descending toward me. I muttered, this in my hour of triumph And then raising my ro- volver, I took deliberate aim and tired. Die, villain, die I yelled, spring- ing toward him. and intending to cntch corpse in my arms, I did. Too, I caught him and he caught me, and not satisfied with that, he began heating me about the head with a heavy them, thrir treatment of him he made a fnll confeaniou, implicating some of tbe most prominent citiaeni and officials, including jrdges, police and all of whom have bocu put upon their trial with Handor and hia gsuf. Perk MaUstare. A Kecoud preliminary report of tbe pork packing of the Vreat has been made. It embracen di tailed returns from ninety-eight packing points, com prising ncatlv_ all important parking ret to lie packed at OICRC points is making a toUl of Last ycnr the aAine places jmcked I aLowing an increase, in the aggregate over laat yen r of or 9j per cent The place, nut heard from packed hut year 621JW8 A correspond ty. The eilihir with tbe re-; towns in tbe West snd much in- by sending a the formation hsviug been rt-ceivwl bv trie- country in effect that Dedge, often hav- grsjih within lite pant hours. ing been tcndcrlr cared for iu the iaui- Thvw plsocH np to the ily of our acquaintance, hail repaid the their rrxuectite repert. had packed kiiMlness br elopiag with the wile of i l.-VJS.rlM hogs. The iru nber estimated that and after working her niin hml crunlly deserted Thn Htory toht in terms so pathelic tliat it created quite, a nenaation and gave the vocaliat more notoriety than he bargained for. U took him many days to undo the work ol hia editorial friend _ and caiiMnl him to lose his temper more j ing increase in these pUcrs would than ouce. make an increase in whole West, outside of Cincinnati, Louis, and Tbe report estimates the aggregate packing Chicago, 8L Ixiuia, and hogs as compared with 3i5tiOi771 'for the, whole season last year. The returns in relation to weight are The return i with reference hogs show an average increase iu weight over but year of 10 5-100 per head. Of H2 points reporting on weight 43 are heavier, 14 about the same and t are ami bite of makinir the rapid, aa we have had a notable ex- yi UIMIIUI i _jn ...Mu MagaUr Wills. A Herman, troubled how tn dispose of his money, bequeathed it. to whom he detested, upon the condition that he always wore thin, white linen I clothes witliont any underclothing. A Mr. Bargeant, of Leicester, Eng- land, .ought to weight mi following clsuse bis ly into visible forma, would have paso- through same changes (in short, revenge for j would have been burned) if no fire had come uigh them. This result would have been inevitable, if we had con- sumed them as food, worn them as clothing, or allowed them to wnnte from neglect. The banning would have been as actual aa that of which were eye witnesses. Tho same amount of brat would hare been developed, and the re- sultant prodncta the same. AH organ- ized bodies an constantly undergoing a process of delay, which is slow corn- bastion, and si though we do not see tbe light or feel the boat, it U accom- panied by them. Tiio world of organ- ised matter ia ewrteinly destined to be burned, but we prefer the slow form to rariot r of brilliant Ul these, with aleobolio preparations, carbol ie acid, nitrate of ammonia, and huadt hie of other highly eombootible bodioi. gave to tbo Barnes a fiorooaooa aad a loring not obsorrable eUewhere. On Joumtl The great feotun in the building erecto I at Vienna for the grand Worlds' t brk W fxoBortea Shot OB I HaU'a akeJotoa boa booa> iromtbeArottoregtoBotoKhgwmd -ntflatt Lake oa aceooat flftha eBTtaino are ahot ponad Then U wfaioh aay BwoWoB. ot Ma, Iowa recently a Unrin Bbodo Island bf mam may bo Bnod for ._ reside ia i rotunda, which has been slow- ly growing np under our eyes. Tbo eonotr iction of this, as of all works, baa been a topic of supreme interest to all and oasosl visitors during whole of the last year, and the I Ountm asiouers hare turned that aympai hy to good aeoonat by admitting the public to the ground at a charge of of Franco shows the a dtersoss of Tho ez-EmpM to leave ChiaelhunJ, I other part of The OongngatkwiaHots of Hew Tork State have fi> ministers, 104 ohurcbeo and eommunieanU wearied of We. oo felled a, tree that it foU upoa him and eraahedhim to death. Then U nothing fonnidabU about death but tho eoueeqoeneee of it. and control AB Iowa man bought a chair at a dol- lar ston the other day. and before Bight ho foil through tho same aad broke a couple of his ribs. A husband in North Carolina can strike his wife throe lieka with a ie what the Judge calls it escape punishment tho aad an apfneiatie amouaW a whole _ t i atul all because she coold not find her thonsaid risitori paid entrance fee. AeoavaTwilL however, bo prohibited for j back hair. ______ thol4t month before the opening, i A B lOBg mgo oopT of Tbe Industry, as neariy as Brooklyn aay.: possible, from to south-east, rious naTa total Uagth of foot. IU erterUl irywteW to longevity i eentn line is occupied by a nare taking content' np the fnll length, aad running M feet' A novelty spring inbradth. The original pUn deviosd and all-wool  i fee 1 dimeter ia one unbroken span. tistiea that in th. year 1870 nearly Tho spin neamrt approaching it is the Midland Bailwav station's at London, York city, of whom 90 per cent, tuea 01 but thi t only mesusures 240 feet. The neglect, opiam aad disease! snrmotn ting dome rests on an immense from England to Braxn iron nag, held togothor by iron girdera, reema to bo growing ia extont, al- Luro- on tho whole iron- work of the roof weigh- though UM received from Lu 's ingenuity pem farmers and mechanics already Tho designer' teat ss to the manner i the ground arorvryoooflieUng. of raistog this load topoarly u u _tjy hiatod that if yooac :tOO f net in height. The original pro- would use a little more discretion was to build up the thirty two (n of the powder puff. Chicago, St. j the 22nd insL of Cincinnati, As my wish them to prove to the satisfaction IMM! in the either em- ployed themselves ia business or taking exercise ia the open air from flvo to eight o'clock every morning, from the second of April to the tenth of October throe hoan each from the tenth of October to the fifth of April, beirj two hours every morn- ing. "This is to be done for seven years, to the aatisfactiotwof my executors, who may excuse them in OBM of illness but test must be made np when they are well, and if they will not do this, they shall not receive any share of my It, was Jjeery -hard: eq joV> poor nephews, but Vs the amount at stake was quite Urge they had to do it ,.h hnndrfd ftn4 ninety.two bogs reported a. to lard "show increase per hoad from loaf of of 60 on lard 28 ars f A very interesting paper on tho me- teorological facts of insanity appears in connection with tho recent annual ro- port of tbe Brighton (Eng.) Lunatic Asylum. to this report there is vory little difference to bo discovered in patients' fits between tho average number of those on "which tho little difforaneo tboro U Artlea. A Spanish gratlemanjiaring in a duel killed a young' Moorish noble of Ooan- ada, immediately fled fn ta justice. Ho was eagerly pursued, bn t profiting by a torn in the road, he j imped, without being seen, to the rear, frail of a in which be entered. The owner, who was s ao a Moor, hap- pened to be at that timi walkingjn tbe garden, and the Hpanis. d falling hia knee, before him, reUl ad all that had happened, and asked pc rmission to eon osoThimself. Tho Moor listened wii h mneb ia in favor of left assuring him that at the hoar of aitdaiglst be wonld prc ride tho toe hia Some boors afterwaid they brought the tloor thjuiMd-tikd natjawadb. and changes occur, and for tho days com- by the rave of poaSgtbe not of tho month, and wbat ho toew it was a ofhor Spaniard then I in the garden, HVdiegniBBd the borroi that bo felt, wa retiredto IBS roam, wl m ho remained until midnight At tb it boor bo pro- ceeded aecreUy to the gi Hen, ho opened I the door of the arbor, i nd spoke to the Spanish grnUeman ii the following terms: Christian, the yoon man you kflJM in a duel was my only m, my only love, my only hope. I shot: Id take revenge on thee, but I have so emniy promised my word of honor to so re thee." more than 300 accessions of fits showed that, with Aro oworfioaa, they preceded or aooompanied by considera- ble alteration in atmospheric pressure or soUr radiation, or both. The Tngit- iraate inference, therefore, after all, is, that it tho ntuoa tahJck din-ctly sffocts the epileptic patients, but tho change of weather; and that it is the coincidense, which not nufrequontly occurs of a change of weather with a- change of moon, which has led tho popular mind into the notion of tho moon affecting both tbo weather and epileptics. Too can't do it, sir! Ton ars a fool, said Humphrey Davy in 1818. whoa a man told him that eitieo would oos bo lifhtod by gaa, of Uie latter which will suffice for a lifetime. It is quite fairy to understand that wood and other organised bodies can born but tho combustion of buildings eaastraotod of brick, stone and iron preaenta a problem not a little puzzling to many. X fire, sweeping through the streets of a city, lays low whole, blocks of buildings, into which nothing com- bustible enters, save tbe wooden parti- tions, floors, sad staircases, and those, while Doming, afford combustible ma- terial enough, to expand and topple over our thia walla, and reader the mm complete. Buildings considered fin- proof, that is, those oonatracted without wood, con be destroyed by flre, if igai- 'tiMe material Is burned with them. Tbo Palaoe of the Tailorleo and tho Hotel do Ville, U Paris, boned by the. wretched Commune, wen Are-proof buildings, and without tbe Vid of oar American krrooene oil, or some similar inflammable material, they could not hare been burned aa they were. It required nearly MO barrete of keroseae oil to destroy tho Tuileriee. The miscreants hoioted a barrel or more into each room, and knocking oat tbo heads, allowed it to flow over tho build- ing, aad when it waa thoroughly satura- ted they act it on flre. The metal and atone naed in the structure wen rapidly expanded by tho intense boat, tbo walla won poeasj outward, the roof fell mv andtbodootnsotioa was complete. Tho Boston fire has demonstrated influence which extreme boat baa upon granite atrnetuna. They do not with- stand its inflaeaoB so well aa thooo built of briok; and therefore are not ao oaf o buildings in 4ime- of Urge eonmv grationa. Pead street wss lined with granite buildings, and after the fin tbo work of. disintegration was ao thorr that floe granfte jeot pillars first, and then, bit by bit. to wowld not find it necessary them tbo girdrra, weigh- to two OQ.U ia one ghteen tons each. A different adopted, and boon eionen of factorirrVarrieTont Tbe reaoU is a bounties trinmpn of engineering.. It took, how- virtoallT killed m the T. a Howoo Ivy i tboroifh- nfte uuKstod tho pavoamat aeworal iaeliea deep. Wates rooogaiaa so tho am> tamlotof flro.aBdit was moot libsv __ little paradexieal at JUfl view, tio act of pooling an agent on a ftn with1 the design of arreeting wxMWorometnbwrthat fhrid iteeS ujmiUMo ottwp ilimoBta. oaoof wmfch U iUhry oombuatihU. and tho other miBM aoprjortor of nBaihaotinq. Jt otated IB tha> water thrown npoa the Are ia tbo into ito eons condition, fo4 the reel -rfedbuBt If C therefore ia aot one of mBUoaa of employed th dsKaapossiV It Mooirea a moot beat, equal to a blast furnace, to do- oompoao water, and it also moat bo aoeompliahod under peculiar eonditioca. Water thrown upsn buildings is often iliarirrstml in steam by cootaet with flame before it reaches the body. Moot of that used in this city waa thoe rendered ineffective, as tho wore high, aad UM wator g waa re boro to do thU work. Tho central structure i yeas to 63 nays. ____ is all ttoa but, to "safety doutiTy The benefit of adrrrtiaing waa recenl- so, an outer coating of masoarv boa w fllnwrrsted in Boston, w supcndded, and connected with chant advcrtawd for a 1 the extenor by girders. Of the dimcn- moming paper, and on going bomeia fwhrU you wiM haoe an idea! the evening no pweented with two whop I old. that a vegimeut of infantry of male persuaaioa. nnmb. ring 1.400 men eoold convenient- -m then ia al- ly paraded OB the pUi. eioth-. whoa. ia ia to observe the roof Ia shape, and ia sur- i nitre by a doable km- t tern, tho brow of which is 100 feet in diameter, aad 40 feet In height nurow- morderero roof, from which springs np a smaller j in the _ the outside, architecturally, the principal embellishment of the strne- Eore. The rotunda eoatoino gaueriee i window-pane to his ch othor i and in If flab did Bot de all round iatraded for exhibits. It is nxm did not deroar the victors, there to ntrrooBded by a quadrangular block of no telling what would become of tho which oeoaa. b-rruig. ta in ite aoBlh-eaat sad north-west exten- woBsd produced twenty yoan jroold fffl tho oat both each section i that they wwdd hare no room to move sad M feet broad. These aboot ia. ipssooBsiam.Bextto the rotuda. There are awoooaada of caQona of i-aammablo oil. atorodrin old wooden w t tbo Btineiim! exkibitioB-ioom have iU of them k, that are almoat U a handfal of iiU of them separate entrance. baaaia-, m Hew Toik, bom tie gardeaa, and are allotted each of IgBittoo aa to a ]iorflcular country, the name of [tov these days a Lowel pager W Urge letters both L._ and the An aato I wfflffarfinwtf entirely BB- th, taoide and tho oaOaHi _ Departexmt wffl frnd itorif strtirory boTBiBsetromoJBT. Tho anojafOBMBt labsotooopo.with.it. kao bsam iagaBtiwialy asojoiso as .nmnii A (ka ssHoTV JO BBLIBI BieB. Wado'e young.earpOB- to bo given op. Boa. ob> IOB of the oaboBriborm to a graru tons thnu, in at A t lot bad been discovered to ainati Pnaldont Pacdo, of Peru, by blowing up tho railway tnia on the Chor iflo. line aa it woo entering Lima. Thi ooieiTHils of a good ligbtninc rod an a anJaesOBl a good point kept bright, perfect joUle, a termination ia the ground at snob depth as will insnn tho permanent and eon- tinned contact of tha, rod with moiot earth. Tbooo, provideJ and1 maintaiBod. will yield ia ooeurity a fall rotnin for the ootlay iBTwtred ia putting op tho il   

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