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Adienlurcs of a.Youuj; CORRESPONDENCE. , V West Wr.ur.ii. Dec. 17, 1873. A young actress in Chicago lately Koitou Jlnctios: weut to the house of a friend after Deak Sat ; Whilst, looking over joui the theatre, and had half a mile to issut of tlie l.'xh inst., my attention was arrested hy a communication from one walk hume at 12 o'clock. The street styling himself a Trustee of the Wilson ehe took was deserted by all, except iH which the writer takes urivan. one civiiiil man, who started out from a a former ciiminunication of miue, of dark hiding place and blocked the tnge to iii'lu'ge his nniinus in soae exceeding womau's way. lie insisted low life insinuations, and as the parly at young whom tlicso insinuations were cist.knew upon accompanying her'home, aud uothiuV of the articles until he s.w it in she positively relusud him that genprint, i will with your permission tlemanly privilege, lie then proto reply to so much as is worth duced a dagger and dragged his innoticing of "Trustees"' communication, tended victim into an alley, telling in the tirit p'.uce reminding "Trustees" that though lie may be Trustee, Presi- her that her life was not worth a dent and Superintendent, ho is not yet cupper if she made au outcry. She the master of the Company, merely its was quiet, but she fought like a servant. Now idnce the meeting in tigress. At length the baHled villain March, 18C9, I niutntain there lias been told her he would let her go if she no exhibit of the finaucial ami business would hand over her purse aud stulus of the Company, nud I also mainwatch. She her tain that there, is no fixed or set time for gave up purse junking this exhibit.and that no attempt 10, but had no watch to was made at the last public meeting give. Leaving the alley he warned that was culled to present a statement of her that il she came out or made any its (the Company's) affairs, iu regard alarm before he had time to get a to t lie reelection business. Trustee knows how many trips he has made square away he would return and kill l'roni Ilcoperville to Ogden, and the her. She was terribly frighteued, amount of 'mural suasion necessary to and cousented to this favorable arcompass his ends and aims in this marangement glad of coming oif so tter, his memory will not need refresh, well in such a desperate aiventure. ing on this point. He further tells lb Soon she heard footsteps on the that a land tax of eleven dollars per acre on all Uuds that are to be benefitted street, aud cowered away deeper into and the dark. She looked, however, aud by the canal has been they have waited for the people to work saw a policeman passing. Then she it out, but they, (the people 1 suppose,) came out and stated her case. She have failed to do so. This is a legitimate result of the policy that has been accompanied the officer a square two pursued, and the sooner "Trustee" gets in the direction her assailant had rid of the spirit evinced by him in his taken, aud sure enough they came communication, (he sootier will the upon, him. She said, '"That's the enterf rie get along and be completed, and the oflicer laid hands upon rod I think it necess try yet to call a man," No ' sooner had he done this him. meeting of all interested," and get all he received a deep thrust of a than all understood by things fairly parties. Jos. 15. KWKI.L. in his abdomen, and fell helpdagger less on the street. The actress then thought her doom, was, scaled, and Xcw York Women as "Mod-vis.- 6he ran with the energy of despair, at her heels with this beast-mafor revenge. Somehow it thirsting From the Daily Graphic happened that another policeman was By the way, the progress we have iu the right place at the right time, ruade in the l;ust ten years in the she ran into his arms. The rufaud of art studies is showu by the fian was arrested after a desperate fact that, whereas a dozen years o,ro second policeman, and very ex- struggle with the jf. female model was rare and the young lady's pocket-boo- k pensive, they are now , plentiful and was found on his nerssu. lie was chean. James Meehau, one of Chicago's Perhaps I should say that (he ap- most desperate villains. It will go plicants for employment a.- uiudirls are hard with him. very plentiful, rather than the mode.s themselves. For here, as elsewhere, a good female model is extremely A Monstrosity. rare. Civilization spoils the female Mr. J. E. Walker, residing at Faform. If a female model lias a fine found be will usually bust, her waist yette, Mo. on last Monday, brought absurd. ' If her body is all right, her to this eflicc, for our inspection, a corn-stalmeasuring the enormous legs arc often all wrong. ' feet aud eight You see that corsets and tight gar- length of tweuty-si- x Jivand was shoes ters and tight irregular inches, which grown on his farm unfit to the past summer. The only product ing will render any woman was a be a model. of this mammoth corn-stalAnd then a model cannot live a strange monstrosity in the corn line,' dissolute life and still keep her beauty it being a combination of five iully of figure. To persons whose views developed healthy ears of corn, grown on art topics coincide with those of compactly together; in one solid mass, the New Bedford selectmen wiio lined while nt the lower end was a curious a bookseller for placing a statue of formation, closely resembling a man's Antonius in his window', it may seem wrist and hand, with six perfect aud a contradiction of terms to say that a faultlcssly-furmefingers, the latter modand while the balance of beiu blood red, good model must be chaste est, but the fact remains the same, the corn is of su6wy whiteness. This wonderful freak of nature measures nevertheless. aa inched incircumfcreuce, n are models, while twenty-seveNow, poor in the thirty-tws ballet-girl"Crook," pounds. It plenty as the ground, five of feet good'models are very scarce, every- grew within towerstalk while the balance of the where. bare was But the poor ones .still find em- ed alott like a flag staff, and artist M a bean pole with the exception ' of ployment enough, since the must use one for a leg, another fur a the tassel on the top. It grew in a succes- rich bottom land, and although there neck, and so on, until sion of models he hns secured compo-re- were forty acres of corn surrounding above the usual parts of a perfect figure. Unless, it, none others grew seheight. Mr. Walker intends send indeed, he has the good fortune to cure "the Unknown." ing this monstrosity to the agriculmod-.- 4 a is she . j Washington. tural museum Who is she? Well, of extraordinary beauty, who persists in keeping her face veiled and her name a secret: who will accept It was abouMwo o'clock, Friday no pay. and who is reputed to be a that jNrs. Hennessey, of rich and" emineutly respectable mar- morning Neisonstreet, thinking she heard a ried lady. noise in the kitchen, crept out of bed I won't vouch for the truth of the and to that room to sec if it was not who insist story, but there arc those Hennessey, who had been expected knowlown their that it is true of in for. several hours. Ou reaching edge. the kitchen she found her lord and It is certainly a curious bU of on the floor with his mo- master, sitting and the "Unknown's new siik hat in between his knees, How-ovetives can only be guessed at. and in the hat several dried "herrings there, if? no j absolute necessity and about two quarts of wafer.,; Mr that we should guess them at all. Hennessey was eyeing' the mixture with profound gratification. he lady, screamed Hcpnessey," "Me?" doing?" are "what you It is the recorder of Oswego tins a look with Mr. Hennessey, inquired time. He can't make his books Why.latHdyv. I m of. surprise balance, and they an going to bounce starting an fq"uul hi:n. has been a great's'cason for (hie!) Chrishmus." for you mistakes in or cun-taini- , POSTPONEMENT. ' Actress. . as.-essc- " n n - k SCIENTIFIC AND KOMASTIC 4th Grand Gift Concert! FOR TUB BESKF1TOV THE Tmtlg'o T. 1T11LIC LI IH1 Alt V OFKY. IN BANK OVER A MILLION i- s I ! Ternu R They have already realized OVEll A MILLION DOLLARS, And have a great many agcuts yet to hear from. No doubt is entertained of the Rule of every all are ticket brlbre the drawing, but whether sold or not the Concert and drawing will positively and unequivocally take place on the day now fixed, audit any remain unsold they will be cancelled and the prizer will be reduced in proportion to the unsold tickets. Only 60 00 tickets have been issued and 1,000 Cawli GittH, $1,500,000 ticket-holder- ,., ( BOYLE HARNETT'S. Klnlu Street, Ogden. R fit O Tic best and cheapest stock of FURNlTl'Ht north of Salt Lake. Tin: suvEitn R" RADWAY'S READY RELIEF 1 ( I KKS THE WOKS!' 1AI Iu from One to Twenty Ml nut on. NOT ONE HOUR THE LARGEST FACTORY BT FAR after reading this advertisement need any on. IN THE WORLD! SL'KKKK WITH l'AIN. RADWAY'S HEADY RKLIEK IS A CU11E F0K EVUKY l'AIN. It was the first and is The Most Popular Instrument iu use. 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