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Oshkosh Democrat (Newspaper) - March 4, 1853, Oshkosh, Wisconsin ira ir WWNE u E ntrn WiiDC it ao. I'' .r _TO n 5 ml ivVn lijr rsr. I1T: I'" ft linn U Ii cmttl'li'n'il t-.ni, lii-M.-ci.ii-r) U jjll .Vllir.i. i iliififf Tim Drams of Human 1 tn i IMV .Vlr-'fl 'I KTIIK' liii- in '.if A-imnii 'i.n-U.V ii'i- p.'.'.'irt' tVi'iM. ii' n-l riiu'v. ip-ini'l I.V.IM i, i; M- In i lit'-, iji'Uii M'l'P Kill Wld ttu.t Ol ti'.ld vl Un'. pclliuc L.iiiui-.i vh.tu till U 11 Ut'lll'MUt. Kf t ill tMii t'.ti itjut; wai..ilic c in ilint tin Liotbir, fi.ii.ici1 party. l "f lln- tlcur, (.me wittff. wil.l unit Miimintii si.vtlcrv nl.iiw' ilt bu it.nspiivd to lenderlM' portion, i.-tp, ci illy, of nur voj- upix-HiK'udly di-liyhfliil: but the in- dent which 1 will Iir ellv ivlite. h.ul tie I ihe Illinois till wo wen1 tienrly opposite a Mjmll tip- U-l'l b Jilt of that rivi c, about thirty iviili the when un uccidt-nt on n.ivi! to mine part of our machiiiery, llnit lendei-t-tl it nocevsiu-v for ill" i-nptain to land the bout, an cpiicltly us poisible. Ho indeed, was the injury unstained, tlin- oven thin miuiu'iivre wa> fllt'cteil with much ilifliciilty, though the bo-it was Ii'.n than the fourth ofa mile I'niiii I mil. At length, tin1 Hello Oriole was safely inuon-d .St. I.ouis and piocnro somo work doni'. hel'iie it woidii bo poixible for the prnci-itl miy llirlu-r. it was Ib.Might, woiiltl ncctipv nt a week. Thrown th'miiddo.iiy nnd one.xpectedly upi.ii our own redirect fur iiinusrmt nt, jiml iVr so umjr a period, we to ex- amine, with some mi into i.ur el' kllljiic Th" at which we laiiileii rnnlil ntliinl u- un atMnfa.iri- iu lhi i'V. r.d w .imoii't them, il ril le .t e idm :i- onl'f..- OSHK E MO C SEEIST 33 voii.. -H. 1.. JfEVf YOBK CBYSTAL PALACE FOE THE EXHIBITION OF THE INDDSTHY OF ALI, NATIONS. Abnvf is a copper plain engraving of tho elevation of the building now erecting on in ihncrity of New York, for lln- ef an Exhibition of Iho Industry of all or us it is inort; fa- miliariy ti rni'-d. n Cryatal PaJarn or l-'air, and it i., proper to pretace a description of the ediliee by u statement of the giT.onil ori'rin'uatioil of lhi-enterpri.se. Tlie main t'ealurej of the Imiiding an; IM follow-: ft with the c-.wpiiun tho lloor. entirely rpmtrnetri! of iron and generil idea nf the cdiliiif in a fire, k Mirniiuiiitifl by ailouie at the inser- tion. Eiirh tliametiT ol' the rni'n will bo .'XT feet inchen Thorn will IK: -.imiliir on ihe sixth Ave- mil', mil! on Fortieth, anil one on Koi-ty-ji'tv onil -tr.-er. wide and lhat on .Sisih Aveiini- will he up. pitmrhetl by n of righr step.; over each front i feet hish. Four large and eipht winding tiir connect Ibe principal Hour with the pillerv, which open.s on Ihr tJm'i; that are tituatcd over tlii; ami afford ample lot- Iliiwrr stafc- lie.', viw-i. The ft nir principal
inch. Thrw coluii'iis i-eccive tliu nutviron Tht-nr me'Jl'j IVrt feet high, and serve to s.utain the gali-rit.'s and the wrought iion construi'fion tit" -lie roof a.< well a. MO> loonijt-inri'iij au.ne ati, colored glttss, 11-pr 'srntint Union and its Sn blviiH of the ditl'erent uati .of Ih'-drconlinu. Th'1 iniantitv of iron t.i will to a The rn.it' will rover an stptarc T ft. Tile will amniiiit't.' rjil.lllll) panei. II! by or.'IS iit.-li (m thi-t bnildin eye will be grcrtetl by lin- ed nave. fei-tjwidi.-, C7 'MM li't.'t while on centre, he will liinl himsc leet acniis, anil 119 IL in ei.'ruiin. therefore, will be larger, anil e tiji'ior any t] The aspect of the liuHi tii-ly diil'un.'iic that Cn-slul L'ahice. lM form lilt1 .--irope for a ttalTuinl I> nutony can hi: avnidi.'d.. an HCoiiiimicaliiM' nf domir.. of ir.; t: I'MII- nil tai; >f. iii'i.'Hir The nr< C.. IT'ialmr; wiT-m ami i be AllllH of the er llll- I 111- form a part be "list d for the bout tun.. :irca r.f MMIOO for th" ire feer. in tlie uKrerver's vi.if.ii-faii arL-h- :'M t hi-ii, and tln- ll" inah-.-i: dome .-t high, lhat 'fecti-re ill Ill- ill tin; country. will he I-r- oL' tho Liindnn Ubi-ds tin; rtajir-. -arit.'ty of whii.-ii nil mo- a nd. Tin1 lltitiCUl the lillili'.. will ji'irtN '.'.'iiiirii- rhe iii. A variety rf nmnil'iil in Ih Jinteiior. Such is tin which will sonu i lute the eyes of the city t f New Ymli. Ill j IISM that it will be the large-t and moi.i hi I'oiisirnrtinii iu tin- ct nutty, nothing been rv-s. j Hut thi< U iti Hit merit. Tin- objects to which the istlotim il ferm iisu-d Tliere is oH'.T'tl to the Ilin-npcaii nnd domestic producer an nity for tin; of bis Jiill. wiilmiii. any clnif.'e, frnm the tin.i- tin y en-' ler the withiirawii. The AIMI- eiiition have -dreai'y mad.' kuowii th" fad. that their i.bjcct is am'. tliat h-ive no interest v.-hnteM-r, tlirect. or '--ilin.'ct. in the Haul ui bo miiiii- of They avoid iu conllict with any l-ranch of imln-.iry. Thure will lie 'rithi'ittl hun- Ih" of ihe luxury of the I.lid U i.'i'ltl, -mtl tin- must cannmt: ili-vi- ..-esuf i'luitMiiiiy ol' tin- X-w. i.L' am! the Ami., will' lind. lion wi-iiin anniiii.'r will in; In. tint od nil umwuin-' ihtl'E'irr- ..'ti ADVEKTI8INO TEUO.' dim (III linn urliw.) OMB e turn nitinUt i 111 mi Oitu liitll (Inn -quimt IIIHI HM I Inn UI I Inn imitlltil it ct.liiinti hull n ynr. Hill Clllll clllltJl ft It t't'llllllllllltTTIIIIOItthll. .10) Omi .ijtmli ul coluum-iuiu iiiuiilli. 3in) dim iRirrulunnl oiin I In.' I'luilill tiinf 4UUI linn niiii ilin uf i i mil wri-k.......ifltt) 1'r liy ibn Una, I..- -.il lulvi-niivnifnliliillliii HCn. Caleb e t i nml '1 ..Ijor': ol miiiie ;it ,nrtu mtw j Jtud.m'lv -thi-.it- .u I'.llllt 'J'hii ti'J y uil tuc w'jii .Uoiu ll'Xl't, >vt.f ill 'Ali-ll, .t'J ..ilitlv.'IMt- .liou, lo.Ulilt.ii Hll'l Ul m.oe. ivlii'li MIIIW ct .J Ji-ji Uh ii Tl im.iuimuuKl, it lint tin- in-l'irii reully jiOM.er.r vd ntoji' thtin tt. dj'iary mi the uU'lience witu jnor- thi'li ihihi tt'iluiti it in tint their pci-formanc wus prrt-lfil wilh rvi'ii warmer iu turn, invited ID u par ty uu llio ensuing ut the hounn Mr. Morton, ono of tin. principal inlmhl tunU of th.i seltjenn nl, mid who, hail brcn ono of our Carriugct were sent to convey m to the hoimt; of oui horpitahlo entertainment, and it need inlilird that we all attended. This evening, loo, pa.-icd oil' happily even more 90 Ihali llio jircceding one, for our now iK-ijiniintiincef had hecomo to ui molt-lilie t'hl friendj. Tim hour hud grown late, mid many of our party had begun It icriotody of returning to the html, when Mr. Morton unilincly olnervcd, that wo had treated him alt I his nuighbors to a itplendiiltlientriealperl'irniiiuce, ami ho re- gretted oxlrcmely, that In- wus not able to givo us u piny of eipial merit iu return, yet anii.HU to ropay thu i omplimcnt to him. sell nml family, he would make the ncnrc.it approach ID a play of which ho was cup; Mo, and would givo u.i what might ho termed, if it merited nay appellation, Tho Drama of 1 luhian Life. Our 1'iirly reci-ived this timioiiucemi-nt with acclamation, mid hardly hail wo neat- I'd ourst In nwnit 'he commencement of Ilii- expected perfonmuice, when acrosi Iho opposite' end of tlie room which bad adroilly lieon left vucaut, u curtain slowly An exolatnation of surprise tlmt involuntarily uros to our lips hod ncarcety. timo for utterance, when n tall, veni-rabti; personage, li'thitod us u magic- inn, bearing in his Imuil a wind, with oth- er of tbo art, entered from behind tho curtain. Tniciug a circle in tlin middle of tho floor, In) placed In its c.nnlro a small chafing dull. Bonding over this chafing lUsh, und cbunting snmo unin- wiirtls, in n lo-.v, nml .unO iiiM'titiln; <-veiy .ilbjtnl i jo.mautiu. JJurJIy vjit-u I' Mild, HtltUIK'J' Juilhieviili Ji'-iinl jVuiiiMituv jHtivinwr, M iirnt, the (itinin -wiut Jjiut-ly tiuiliblr, I rtidiiaJly mid iouiler, the Mh.jlo M'fiwu.1 in. if Jillixl with thut wild und juoluuchijy uiunie, which juiulv i-veiy Jienrt in iht) uudit'iifn Ihrob This utiuiu continuiid ibr u few minutes, llu) waved his imuin curtain lose, und din. covered a mino luiiriiig iu her nrmn iu. inliiut, ncnrcely a yeur old. Nevi-r ditl u mortiil vision rest ujion u lovlier child, livi-ry fuulure wus radient with hi auty ami wri'Uthid with uniles. Her deeji him, c-yts sparkled liko amid thu rich chin- tern of her auburn hair, nnd her climplod cheeks anil coral lips might bitl defiance t tir tlio roUlng Kuw tlio mngle wnn'il I wsvr, Tlint on tlio flertuig jcart, At length, tho incantation ceased, and all was eilcnt. Tho magician then informed ill rtudinnco Vvnnd he ioi, iiiiiud -mitij ji.iinCiiiiu: rutanrii'ii; Sr.if.vfn, tlhifl litir -'.ni.-.h" MUM-J i i-ii- titiiai ziii'T.idE Sim-il [UI'.. ,nf-.-uiii win, rittunit-fl tjlir siEmmo 3w 3rr, HJr Af Ir ih aimrc iliii-J I liar umit, lit- iijKib'- lo liex .nf KUTIIITI'IU- jinrt
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