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IPC-VVEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12th.
BpS.. HVBSCSirxiOX (Intlttdlng Portage),
B JM yfwrir. 30c. j;j yeah, 93.SO.
H TO ADVERTISERS.
HBSV The rate for adeerUHng in the Daily World
HBt(j fa net )jpfy to Out Evening Utue. A'or do the
HHJ, (. "Yetfe qflhat Utue apply to the morning edition.
BJp AH UHPBEGEDEHTED BUOOESa
HHh, ( Tho remarkable suoccss of Tub Etxmino
HHJ Wosls is unprecedented in journalism in
ttv - Uik city or in any country. Tho actual bona
HEfi J1 sales have been :
HkP On tlfc first day 111,410 copies.
HJHk; ' On the second day 115,530 copies.
HH- r ' It is not surprising that some people find it
BB'-'v difficult to credit the accuracy of such figures.
K- JTheldeaof a great journalistic) success has
HBk f heretofore been limited to the attainment of
Bb'I Jibout half such a circulation.
HHW . The Evzmino WobldVi sudden jump to
HHfitb ' favor has, of course, been aided by the faith
HHfe;! ef the people in Tux Wobld's honesty, fear-
HKi " essness and independence. Its retention of
HK'1' that favor will depend on its own value as a
HR , bewspaper.
H3 . Wo intend that it shall merit public confl.
DHEp; dence. It has started with a success hitherto
Bb(f undreamed of by new journals. It has passed
B lit once tho 100,000 Rubicon. Its motto shall
Hf b "Onward to 200,000!"
Kra JUST 0RITI0IBM.
HJp The Bar Association hut evening voted on
HH& t resolution denouncing tho criticisms of the
H. press of the city on tho stays granted in tho
HH- Shahp case as " dongorous and even dostruc-
HHK tire to personal liberty." Fifty-oue voted to
Hk& ' sustain it end fifty-four to lay it on the
B t It is a pity that tho Association did not
HKt moet the issue and vote tho resolution down.
fHgy "Why should not tho acts of a judge be sub-
NKS jected to the wholesome criticisms of tho
HHk t presi, just the some as those of any other
HH1?" public officer ?
Hi As a whole, wo have n judiciary in Now
HH& , York of which wo may be proud. But will
H anybody protend that some of our judges do
HBpf not neod watching by the press ? Would not
HHgH silence on(the part of the newspnpers as to
HJb , their doings be more likely to bring disgrace
HB& on the courts than to interfere with justice ?
HH?' An honest and pure judgo will do his whole
Hj duty, indifferent to criticism. A venal or
Hf.' Unjust judge will only do his whole duty
HUfy ' 'when he feels that tho eyes of tho nowspapers
HEfb ore upon him.
K '! THE BUQAB M0H0P0LI8TS.
Bh The pernicious " trust " system by a glgou-
HjL ,t'o combine of the sugar interests purposes
HUb 'soon to control another necessity of life. It
HH, ,1 the old, old story of monopoly and its
HB tgreod. Again combination crowding out
HJ; competition. One more toll.gato to be greed-
HM Uy planted in tho channels of trado that
HBp should bo f reo, at least within our bordors.
HBu It is not enonch that out of the poor man's
HKp f"igar bowl the high tariff, or those who
HEj profit by it, should holp thoinsolves in equal
HR!. imcasura with himself. The monopolists
HHp scheme to determine by tho proposed trust
HE? precisely what he shall pay for his sugar and
HEM-" of whom he shall buy it. - ...
Kk The patience of tho American public pass.
H eth all understanding. But it is not limitless.
HB It is well-nigh exhausted. Tho multiplico-
Hk! ion of insatiate combinations of monopoly
J't .but hastens the reaction. The people have
HKV the power to shatter these iniquitous trusts
HE!j nd humble the monopolists before the law.
HBW'- lAndthrwillyetdoit. . '
' THE TBAOEDT AX X0HTB.
Hn, The qfUcnacted railroad traRefVy .is , ro-
Kf peated in all its siokening C.etails at Kouts,
HBWi t Ind. The murderous stove and the deadly
Jot'-, car-lamp perform their terrible r61es again,
K And the horrors of a holocaust arc added to
Hv the massacre, doubtless doubling the list :t
, The action of the railroad officials in en.
Hp) doavoring to conceal and understate the faots
HJI of the disaster is most reprehensible. The
Mk responsibility for tho accident must be
HEfr promptly determined and tho severest penal-
HkJ ties inflicted.
J How much more terrible testimony against
Hx' the car-stove and lamp is needed to drive
Be. them from tho railroads of the country?
B' The carnage and cremation at Kouts proves
HkJ:, conclusively that no known illumination
Jl except electricity and no method of heating
H except by steam or hot air or water from the
Hf Engine are at all safe. The New York Lcgis-
HRI Jature has outlawed the oor-atove in this State
BJP after May 1, 1888. Tho almost equally danger-
Jr ous lamp should also be driven out. Every
h - State in the -country should take similar leg-
Hf .tlatlve action.
Hp, COMMEHDABLE rOBBEABAHO-
BHS, The actions of the Labor Inspectors y ester-
KJIl day prove that the Qcoaor party selected in-
BK tell jgent and reputable men for the positions.
Hmr They went to the places of registration and
HJp ' eaed the right to act with the several Beg.
Hf$ istry Boards. But they made no disturb.
WKt ance. In a fov.' instances they offered just
Hb eu Uient resistan oe to compel (heir arrest,
RHA 1st this was done in an orderly manner and
K& with thq sole object of making test rases to
Hk tatty to the courts.
BBJi, The law is on the side of tho new In-
Wjf ytftos. Thty ere dearly entitled to
Rj&v ApjjBtaewi! The Polite Commissioners
HJf ; violate tfeijiwfroai polttleal considerations
BhT""; wb- they wfM to properly commission
K'"' th, Bat, of oart Uispectors had no
ss-i-f '' ' ilflss i stfi&sVihi-'i ill sVi tfin ft i '"'' I r T'ffi i
Ms ?7 BjRpBnttSKHllHfKKKmim
right to enforce their rights by violence.
Tho restraint they put upon thcmwlven
yesterday doss them credit. It is to bo hoped
that before another registration day they will
bo properly commissioned. Theli exclusion
excites the suspicion of dishoncnt prnctlces
in tho Registry Boards.
' BHIEKIKO A DUXT.
It seems to bo tho disposition at Police.
Headquarters to pass over tho police club
bing episode at the Union Sqtmro meeting
as lightly as possible Indeed, Commissioner
PoitTen, singularly enough, is wild to bo dis
posed to excuse if not to justify tho action
of the force, fien. Pojnr.n was not always of
opinion that men should be pushed too
promptly into action.
It is the duty of tho Polico Board to mako
a thorough inftstigntlon of tho affair. Those
responsible for it ought to receivo some pun
ishment. Tho. broken bends mny not seem
of much consequence to tho Polico Comtnis.
sioucrs, however painful they muy bo to their
owners. But the unwarranted attack of tho
officers on an unoffending meeting should bo
censured, ns a warning in tho future. Bupt.
Mcbbat is tho determined enemy of unneces
sary clubbing, and ho will not scrocn tho
Not for what it did, but for what it might
h&vo led to, the breach of duty is most repre
hensible. Tho Police Commissioners have
no right to overlook an outrage thnt might
have brought upon tho city a deplorable disaster.
"THE EVEHIHQ WOHLD'S" 0UEST8.
Probably no playhouse walls over inclosed
a moro appreciative audience thnii that
which filled the People's Tliestro to
overflowing last evening. Every one of
the 8,217 newsboys and nonsgirls who
accepted Tins Evixino Womj'b invi
tation to witness n special performance
of " Harbor Lights " will remember it as a
red-letter occasion. They evinced an onthu
slasin and a zest of pleasure that the chronio
critic has long outlived. And with it was a
discrimination worthy of the veteran thcatro
goer. No good point of dialoguo or scenery
was missed by their alert eyes and ears. Tho
tumultuous applause camo in whero it bo
longed. Tho heroine had their actlvo en
couragement. Tho villain was in imminent
danger of boing inobbod. At tho happy
denouement their joy was unconflnod. The
EvxKixa Would takes prido in its 3,247 news
boy and newsgirl guestB.
AN UHOOHBOIOUB COMPLIMENT.
Tho notorious fence and instigator of all
grades of larceny, "Mother" Manrixiuum,
declares from her plnce of refugo in Canada
that Tun Would shall got no information
from her. Hhe avers : " Tub WoitLn drovo mo
out of Now York, and I'll hnvo nothing
to say to its reporter." Mmo. Man
dklhaum could say nothing morn com
plimentary or acceptable to Toe Woiild
than this. As for information about
herself, our record is already tolerably com
plete, and coincides with that at Police
Headquarters. Wo trust, howevor, that the
Madame will mend her ways while ovor tho
border. She is said to be at present engaged
in a legitimate business. May tho reforma
tion bo pormanont.
It is novor safe' to boast. Mr. Ahohiiuld
MoNieij'b family boaBtcd thnt tho burglars
who broko into thoir residonco at Fairfield,
Conn., a few weeks ago hnd overlooked a
quantity of silverware. Ho tho burglnrs re
turned lost Monday and carried off tho for
Tho two Republican Polico Commissioners
are in no hurry to appoint Chief O'llitrKN'n
successor in tho Election Burcnn. Tho enso
will be carried to the courts if necessary.
What a humbug a " non-partisan " Polico
Board is when composed of partisans i""lly
The rank ar"' fllo of the. vrtrans on boh.
sides cf the late unpleasantness continue to
Vt6iinciruYudr Ht tfu3m anTt a'
broadening mutual appreciation. Only the
political routers aro unable to pcrcch o that
time has filled up the bloody chasm.
Tho mimio battle on the sen at Newport
demons;.. . the -yhIuo wf 'th Mltrctrh1ifeuV
In naval engagements. If the light of com
mon sense could only be diffused sufficiently
throughout the world tnoro would bo an end
to navies and armies, too.
It Is said that tho young Qrand Duke Mi
ciusl is of no aocount in Russia, so that his
antl-Qermanspeech is not worth consider
ing. But then the words of children gen
erally indicate what is going on at home.
Flnws have been discolored In the Hitch,
ellstown decisions against Editor O'Bmem.
What of that ? As tho English flo ornment
has the judges and jurors it cares nothing
abbut flaws or InwB.
Jat Gould says he docs notcoro "to run
in debt juBt now." Ho is in debt already.
He owes the publlo a lot of explanations and
a good deal of compensation for the prlvl.
leges he has enjoyed.
A propitious voyago to Mr. Brxi. of tho
Thistle. Ho has captured somothing to be
prized almost as highly as tho cup the
hearty good will of all American yachtsraon.
Miss Helen Dacviut marries a baseball
champion to-day. May there be no lack of
diamonds in the trousseau, and mny perennial
harmony prcsido over the homo pinto.
We think we havo demonstrated tlionluo
of a centreboard style of afternoon newspaper.
Belvidcre, N. J., has n ghost. Powibly It
is Aroixo himself.
It is said that lUnTUOLDi is to erect a
monument to Boliyab in South America.
We have nothing against Bolivad, but why
would It nut be mnro of an idea tocngngo tbu
gnat French sculptor to prodttco a magnifi
cent statuo of CuniHTopitEn Columbus?
These continents should bear his nnino, but,
as thoy do not, ho should at leant havo n
statuo horo worthy of his fume.
DIKTY MUUP1IY AROUND L00SK.
1IIII Nyc'n AiirelienalniiN Arunaril liy Itir
Itrcrnt I.nrnmle Cjclonr,
A ejrclono which whlzred tijr Mratnlc, Wj'O., re
ecntl, avnldliiit the town but causing s (fuurt ilesl
uf ilcslriictloN on the plains, was seen tu tniirh tho
earth unrl throw up an linincnuo clouil of ilusl. A
ranchman who passed the snot soon afterwards
funnel that It hid scooped out a tilif liailn-shaped
hole as large as an ordinary (tllar.
Tho nboe Hem, which 1 clip from last evening's
Woni.ii, Inlcnsts me a good deal, as I belloc that
the cloud of dust referred to consisted of a gen
tleman named Dirty Murphy, who used to live In
that neighborhood. I wish that In the Interests of
sclenco more could ho ascertained In relation to
this matter. Mr. llurphy was the most obdurate
caio of soil that I ever beheld, and I have every
reason to believe that this cyclone has been look
lug for him In an aimless sort or way for sonic
years. At tho hoso tournaments In Wjomlng
competing compinlcs used to turn their attention
towards him with ajsqulrt that would cave In a pano
of French plato glass, or melt down a 'dobe homo
In two fleeting moments, but I don't think they
ever successfully opened Soiled Murphy's pores.
1 hope that this cyclono has succeeded better
and that Mr. Murphy may shortly be heard of In
Iowa In a healthy glow or In the capacity of a
shower of flesh, lie was a man who was much
thought of umong his neighbors, and his sins were
rather those of omission than of commission. He
fore this cyclone his heart was always reported to
be In tho right placo, and It Is to be hoped that It
Is still due north of his stomach and that his other
vitals aro located relatively as they should be.
I havo not seen Mr. Marphy for many years, but
Ihatcuotloit Interest In him. The last tlrao I
saw him I shall not soon forget. We wcro thrown
together under tho most peculiar circumstances.
I was then sitting on tho bench thepollre bench
Bt Laramie City and Mr. Murphy was Introduced
tome by Police Omccr Larry Fee. While Mr.
Feo was away looking for some witnesses for tho
prosecution Mr. Murphy asked me If I would ex
cuse him for a moment while he stepped out to
kct a copy of tho paper.
I excused him and also gavo him flvo cents with
which to get me a copy, but he did not come back.
That Is almost six years ago.andl now bcllcvo that
he did not Intend to airaln return. It Is possible
that he got hold of a continued story In the paper
that engrossed his attention, and that as soon as ho
finds out who married tho girl he will return,, but
I am all the time cursed with doubts ubout It.
tihonld this statement fall under his ejo, I hope
ho will communicate with me, stating briefly why
we have been so long segregated. But If my cy
clone theory be correct and he has been snatched
hence by an atmosphcrlo disturbance In such a
forthwith manner as to simply lcavo a soiled
slrcak across tho horizon, I will excuse him.
II ill Nvi.
FIGS AND THISTLES.
A Ilusslan of melancholy tastes, who aspires to
be a realistic actor, has been making tho rounds of
tho at. Petersburg hospitals In order to seo how
When Jefferson Davis reviews the Confederate
utcrausat the big fair In Macon, Oa., Oct. it,
thero will bo 10,000 old soldiers In lino each wear
ing a corn-shuck rosette on his coat lapel and a
coon-t.ll plume in his hat.
riantcrs In tho South aro now selling cotton seed
for 20 cents a bushel whero a few years ago, be
fore the discovery that It could be made into oil,
thoy were accustomed to pay for halng It re
moved from their plantations.
It Is not generally known that tho coeducation of
the saxes Is carried on without restrictions in the
University of Texas. Young men and young
women arc admitted to the samo classes In every
department and aro eligible to degrees and honors
At a l cvlval meeting held at Union Hill, Oa. , by
tho llev, W. H. Rhea luBt week, two persons wero
baptized and received Into the fellowship of the
Methodist Church. One was an Infant In Its
mother's urms, and tho other, Mr. John Dowllng,
Is a patriarch of lot years.
IWUllo Malic, a Shreveport, La. , bootblack, began
his second term at the university In New Orleans
this fall. Ho earned enough money by shining shoes
during the summer to pay his expenses for board
Marshal John Jolly, of llolso City, Idaho, pos
sesses the most oxpcnile policeman's r In the
coi(ntr. 11 has nve pofnti iTn'd Is" of iT"uYd.' '
At the end nf each polut Is a diamond worth $185.
and In tho centre Is a munogram of Mr. Jolly's
name In diamonds. When seen at night thu stur
gives forth a dah of light like lmll'a.cyc.
There are s.cxv) boctblaoli In Hi. LouU, H,j
some of them are well off. "Jimmy tho Kid,"
.thn.wrjiWe of hejc,nroi fajortj vituedii
IW.OOO, the greater part of which was aceumu
.Wrt ,JwveJ-.!frj .giwB'tam-hy gr.1rv.CTB "
' l'cg-Lcg Jerry, ' his chum, makes a good living,
and sometimes takes In as much hi $15 a day,
Annie Orautner, ofMllwaukeo, Is not tho only
womuu whojiseiAP.wiKh jijtnj,,;., f,r.-irr
Bhe Is tho only woman In tho country who attends
a switch for a railroad company. She Is joung
k-trH-iiif-jxiiisjsi- vtre- liisBvybfVir'tKlrtWli
dairy msld and the mnKcle of a blacksmith. She
loois oat for c'.oven-swlti hct vt-Hroawe'.ryafdr
and Ual ays nthrr post.
On tho boards of one of tho cheap theatres In
Chicago Is a young English tenor of noble birth
who has made his youth noteworthy by squander
ing an Inheritance of more than jCIM.ooo In less
than two years. Ills extravagance was tho talk of
London at tho time. Since he camo to America he
has not known the experience of having so in his
pocket on any single occasion.
The pickpockets had a harvest while tho Tresl
dentlal party were In Madison, Wis. In a corner
of Vrooman's lumber-yard, which had evidently
been a rendezvous lor the light-fingered gentry,
thero were picked up enough empty pockctbooks
to mi a half-bushel measure. Many strangers In
tho crowd were stripped of every cent they had.
one man losing tl,oo and his railroad ticket.
A curious Image, which Is supposed to have been
used as an Idol by some prehistoric race, was re
cently thrown up by an artesian well near Warsaw,
111. The object Is small enough to slip Into one's
pocket, but It ts exquisitely carved from a pleeo of
soft stone resembling soapstoue, ard represents a
buffalo, on whoso back Is perched a diminutive
owl. It was thrown up from a depth of nearly
three hundred feet below the earth's surface.
Little Willie ltafferty, of Milwaukee, disappeared
from home four jears ago In a mjsterlous way.
Ho was only clevou years old and his parents
thought he had been kidnapped. Thoy searched
for him high and low, but could And no trace of
him. Last week Willie astonished them by walk
ing Into the house looking brown and manly He
said that after letlng home ho had gone to
Chicago, and from thero had travelled alt o cr the
United States and Europe.
Since the publication by GVnnoois and other
newspapers of the assertion that Napoleon I.
corpao Is missing from the great sarcophagus
under tho domo of the Ianltdcs, no less than three
well-known shows In flermauy rnd Austria have
adcrtlsed that theyaero In possession of the
"only tho veritable aud original corpso of the
Kmperor Napoleon I." It Is stated that tho r.m.
agers of Mmc. Tussaud's wax-work exhibition are
likewise In treaty for the purchase of tho "au
thentic remains " of the great conqueror,
AS OTHERS SEE US.
CoinmrntH nrKrrn Conlruiporarlr on "The
World's" New Ilcpnrtnrr.
trromlkn rMlaJelpklit A'..
The evening edition of tho New York Woni.n
started with over a hundred thousand circulation.
1 Nothing succeeds like success.
IIV (A A' York Tnhunf,
Tuc Kvkninu World starts off In lino style
with two pages and fourteen columns moro than It
promised, and certainly offers an extraordinary
If run M. I-Mlo'hlplila v(r.r.)
With tho advent of Tiik Kvknino World, which
rose upon tho Journalistic horizon last evening,
New York acquired one more afternoon newspa
per than Philadelphia has.
IromtktXiruteh Huttttln. '
Tho New York Would Initiated an evening
edition Monday. One would Imagine that Tiik
Would ought to bo satisfied with Its big morning
circulation without sighing for further conquests.
Tun Would Is a sort of a journalistic Alexander.
From th TVoy Prii.
Tho Now York Would has commenced the pub
lication of an afternoon edition. It la only a ques
tion of time when the principal papers of the me
tropolis will bo published In the afternoon, and
when their morning editions, If continued, will be
Tna WontD starts an afternoon edition which
will probably add picturesque features to the pro
cession and mako the whole Journalistic band play
Vom tkn Srnmlft (J.) Tnt).
Tho New York Would, which deserves to be re
garded as tho most successful newspaper now
printed on this hemisphere, recognizes tho Impor
tance, Influence and usefulness of the evening
Journal, and has decided to cuter the field of even
ing Journalism. Tho first Issue of Tns Kvenino
World appears to-day, and If It Is to be anything
like Its morning namesake It will deserve and
doubtless receive a wide welcome In and about
Gotham. Mr. Pulitzer evidently yearns for new
Worlds to conquer, and It looks as If he would bo
ablo to realize hfs dearest desire.
(iVoM (Ac Aiteark Journal,
The New York Kvknino World camo out yes
terday afternoon, and made a success the like of
which was never seen In the history of nowspapers.
There were 110,000 copies printed, and tho demand
far outran tho supply. The paper was taken from
tho delivery wagons so fast that tho routes could
not be gouo over, and In tho Bubnrban regions
there wcro no papers to be had. The reputation
of TnB morninu Would makes It unnecessary to
say anything In regard to the quality of this new
venture. Of course it will bo made up somewhat
differently for tho afternoon Held, but tho general
character will bo tho samo and apparently as good.
"EVENING WORLD" ECHOES.
Demand Uxcerdrd the Hupjily.
Editnr rff Tht Anl IIVirM.
Wo ordered of our wholesale agents ycieday
400 copies of tho now Kvknino World, and, al
though we felt thnt our order would not bo greater
than tho demand, we had no Idea that the demand
would ho groatcr than our order. Wo know the
powerful lnflueuco for good wielded by Tub
Would, and wo send to Its bright offspring our
sincere congratulations and bid It Ood specdl
Very truly yours, 8. M. Jounstone A Sons.
IJrooklyn, Oct. 11, 1SST.
The Hon of n l'ropbrt.
Editor o Tht Xttning World :
Iain very much pleased with tho copy of your
paper and lccl confident that you will In a very
short time far exceed In circulation even the phe
nomenal figures reached by your morning edition.
The friends of honest government w 111, lam sure,
havo another powerful ally In their efforts to ob
tain reform in city and natlonul affairs.
An Knlhualuntlc Admirer.
EJttorof TA Zcmlng World.
Not 111,400 copies, but 1,114,000, you ought to
hate printed, for I and a great many more wcro
unable to get nn Kvknino Would. Thlslstho
first mlstako tho great World has made, I believe.
Oho us a chance to read your paper and print
1,111,000. ontosuccessl Itespectfully yours.
New York, Oct, 11. Mykb, Ukout.
Nee Answer In Adjoining Column.
Editor of Tlie Ereninf World i
Will you please Inform us whether Mr. Mill
Nyo will wrlto for Tuk Kvknino World or not?
Yours, salutlngly, Hell A IIrooks.
New York, Oct. 10.
It Was a Wuriu'ss.
Editor of Tkt IttniHO World.
Your first edition was a success. If you keep
It up you may well cry out "Eureka!" Very
respectfully, J. Morris.
New York, Oit. IS.
The Prize Huntllng of the Century.
liYont THU Morning WorlS.i " .--
Y'estcrday's edition of Tug Evening World
determines beyond cavil th? popularity. gl this
new Journalistic candidate. It rclght be es'.i
that natural curiosity on the part of the publlo
Midrniiiritrtsslta effort in ih6""WBy"oTalstnbar"
. Ua.'A.wi0,n.';V..f,scpjiBJ!yu.in uvm-;?&vD&&m
of the first Issue. Dot yesterday the demand
for The Evs:::-a wonts, wltiiu: iej txtrur
dlnary nens or special aids, reached US,ft80
In Journalism cither In the New or the Old
Wit If Out 2'.vjAS-5lt.a hr-fTtrS. twtftt"
ling of thoccntuij.
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l'rrtty TnnBliUvru for Kentucky.
tyonxlht Loulltlll CourieT'Jourtial.
Wes Mcl'hcrou, who was carved up In a Dght at
Somerset, Pulaski county, Saturday, Is a brother-in-law
of BUI Parsons, who had tho reputation of
being the most dangerous man In Pulaski county.
'Hie members of tho Loulsvlllo Legion who wcio
encamped at Oruennood during the troubles there
with the toal miners, about eighteen months ago.
remember Hill well. He was living near Urcen
wood then, and Just at that time was the
biggest mun In Pulaski county- Ho had
killed two negroes a short time beforo and ho
had a crowd of admirers who feared him and ap
plauded all that ho did. BUI had quarrelled with
the two colored men, and he drew his revolver.
They ran for their lives, but Hill had always prided
himself on the accuracy of his aim, and his bullets
touched a vital (.pot In each. He was acquitted be
cause the court adjudged that he did it In self
defense. While tho soldiers were at Oreenwood,
Bill became v ery angry about some uncomplimen
tary remarks they made concerning hlra. He In
dulged In some bloody threats, but he did not
consider It wise to nttatk an eutlro encampment,
and he did nothing. '
In Town for a. Day.
Tho Victoria shelters Col. O. L. aillesplc,U.R.A.
Mrs. Ben l'erley Poore Is a guest at the Murray
Wra. Maxwell, U. 8. N., Is a guczt at the Bruns
wick, Senator S. It. conover. of Florida, may bo found
at the Grand Ceutral.
Hon. Geo. 8. Vowcn, of Elgin, 111., makes his
home at the Park Avenue temporarily.
The elocutionist, Sidney Woollctt, registering
frou Newport, Is stopping at the Hoffman House.
Lord John and Lady Hcrschell have returned
Boston aud taken a suit of rooms at the Brunswick.
Enoch Knslcy, largely Interested tn the Tennes
ree coal mines at Ensley City. Is at the Fifth
Cornelius n. Parsons, who seems to have a life
lease on the mayoralty of Hocbester, Is stopping at
the Grand Central.
Senatorial dignity confronts the visitor to the
Morton House In tho persons of C. P. Ingcrsoll. L.
A. Looke and C. P. Veddcr.
Phlness T. , of " The Greatest Show on Earth."
ta at the Murray Hill, where ho will probably mako
his resldeme for the winter.
Editor W. M. Purcell, whose duty as a member
of the. State Board of Arbitration calfa nim to this
I.IJr. li Inritod lit ilin Jlurrjj. mil 1.
Thomas Lowry, who owns halt of Minneapolis, a
coinfurtalilo slice of St. Paul and the railroad si
terns of both dlles,! domiciled ul the i'lttn Avenue
I ANTJ-rOVERTY LADIES GET DIMES WITH
OUT BELLIN0 CHANCES.
.Mayor Iletrltt Well Up In tx Itace for a OS
Cent Umbrella ,or Ills Interfcrene
Chnree that (Janus of Fortune sure Per
mitted nt Other Fr.lrn The Voting- (loins;
on Spiritedly Tensing the Policemen.
Twos tho Post Thomson who sang of " A
lucky chanco that oft decides tho fate of
mighty monarchies." It was this samo chanco,
or rather a combination of chanccB, which
have decided tho fato of the last week of tho
Antl-Povorty Fair, ot tho Madison Sqnaro
Garden, though nono of thoso who aro inter
csted in tho success of tho enterprlso nro
willing to acknowledge that tho chances in
thisjustjiuco aro lucky. They rather con
sider thorn as thoso of which Oth olio dis
coursed to tho fair Oesdcmona, " Most disas
trous." ltafllos, roulctlo and random purchases,
combined with tho desiro of foolish man to
cot a return of profit fabulously in excess of
tho ntnount wnrrantcd by his investment,
havo proved the greatest sourco of income on
this occasion, ns thoy havo at every fair, and
especially thoso gotten np for church char
ities. Tho polico havo suppressed these devices
this week and tho result is most noticeable.
It was confidently and sorrowfully ex
poctod by Chairman OroaBdale, of the com
lnittoo havinu the fair in charge, that tho re
ceipts on Monday night, under tho new
order of thtngB, would fall off one-half, but
ns a matter of fact they were two-thirds as
inuchnsthonverngofor nil previous nights.
They had " grasped tho Hkirts of happy
chanco," but thoy wcro hardly ablo to
' breast the blows of circumstance" inflicted
by the Bocietv for tho Trovontlop of.Vc(
whoso officers placed their interdict upon
whnt thoy termed gambling. .-
Mayor Ilowitt 1b hold responsible by tho
leadors for this interforonce with tho meth
ods of the fair, and the women are particu
larly bitter in their diwmni-jf !jr)Ti pf bjrn. ., , t t
Last night 0110 oftho ladies sunl to another:
I saw that sneaking detcctivo who made all
tho trouble for ns aiound to-night."
"Bad scran him! Wbereia...Ua2Xci,.5..
mob him." replied tho ono addressed.
No; let's voto him this picture of 'My.o.r
Ilowitt for his pninB," said n third, pointing
to tho doukoy to which bo many havo
attempted to attach a caudal nppendago with
out succors sinco tho fair w as opened...
Mayor Howitt is running a hot raco'witli
Archbishop Corrignn ior tho I'iceu..-Jim.
brolla to bn voted to tho most uupop
ular,mnii In Now York, becauso of his nllewd .
interference. Tho llev. Dr. Howard Crosby,
Mgr. Froston mid Jwoph-J O'-Pcraluic.
havo boon uddod as candidates in this con.
To still furthor illustrate tho feeling thnt
exists thore aro sovernl placards displayed.
One on a pile of bonks, formerly disposed of
by tho random purohaso hchoinc, reads: " In
consequenco of tho tender consoienco of
Mayor Ilnwltt having been outraged by tho
manifest success of our fair, wo aro com
pelled to sell out, regardless of coBt, lest His
Honor'B robt may be brokon by tho sweeping
triumph of our principles."
An old lady camo into tho Oardon at about
0 o'clock last night, and, stepping up to Mr.
McCabe, at tho Fourteenth Asbombly Dis
trict's booth, said : "I havo just come from
Father Flood's fair, whoro I bought chances,
and I'm going to buy chances hero. We'vo
got as much right to ecII chances on things
as Father Flood."
Mr. McCabo said that thoro nro a numbor
of Catholio church fairs in progress in tho
city aud that Mr. Croasdalo had in tho office
tickets for chances bought at o cry ono of
Despito tho injunction from tho officials
and tho order of Mr. Croasdalo, one young
lady deliberately and unblushingly offered
chances on a ten-cent pin-cushion at 25 cents
npicco last night, and that with beveral po
licemen wandoring about looking for viola
tors of law in this rospect.
Theso poor fellows m blue and brass had
anything but on easy timo of it. Ono of
them. No. 825, n handsome fellow, wns bo
sieged on every bond by laughing girlB im
portunato in thoir demunds that ho should
contribute to tho causo. Ho know that this
w as all done to plaguo him, and it wrb plainly
pvident from his Casabinncan air that ho
didn't want to remain v hore ho w as, but was
uctins under orders in doing so.
If "chances" woro lucking to do some
thing for tho causo of Anti-I'ovorty oppor
tunity was not, for a visitor could uotmovo'
a t.tep without receiving a pleading look and
a moro persuasive Hp appeal to put a penny
into tho oxtonded basket or spare a dimo in
-voting in tho thousand nnd ono contests that
aro being waged for tho possession of articles
of -varying values. Then, too, a now scheme
was inaugurated, and thnt was tho disposal
of at n'toyop "f p i"yii.nitT"bT at.pft tr.
noted articleslormcrly roSTou off. Bidding
.waii spirited, nnd gnodpriees were obtoiupiC.
Tho auctioneer was Thomas Howe, and ho
was skilled in tho way to get tho labt cent
from a bidder.
No speeches vero rondo, but the temporary
theat'c was used for the first time, a concert,
with recitations, being given boforo a large
audience, in which vjrsjjp dead hends.
'""Thankful for the unexpected kindness wltfi
which Dr. McOlvnn was treated bv the Kov.
-racasF -rami- Tirettrj narTreEFiTio-Trr
Schenectady recently, tho Doctor's old por
jshior - ' JXfWlilifftV ykW&M,'Ui
him, Uitnusoinoi frruned, which they will
send to Father O'lleilly with a letter express
Jug 41. ira1n.r4w;i-rf-kre'vret. -
In tho contest for tho testimonial to bo
presented to tho most popular uowspnpcrin
' utyt'nr- Wufttij ,- MTrHxTCc.'iliOTB-tinr
.-JVlii-.ns.fl JEfjJd-tRtfaL-o'nrUdfft" rtill.
leads George, and as John P. Bt. John has
but ono voto recorded to his credit, it doesn't
look as though tho man from the Pine Troe
Btato had much to fear from the Prohibition
On Monday next tho fair will wind up with
a grand ball at Madison Square Gurdou.
They Prefer Chinese Husbands.
JVon IA rnfr 2lpubltcan.
"Now you will be surprised when I telt you
that the ambition of every Hawaiian girl Is to bo
come fifteen years old and marry a Chinaman.
The islands aro full of Mongolians. They do a
thriving business In opium, and aro considered
eligible In every way. Ilut the American teachers
are trying to put a stop to this, and the only way
they can do It Is to provide other husbands to take
the placo of tho Chinamen, for If a Hawaiian girl
is not married very early In lifo she soon goes to
destruction. So tho American teachers, Bartlcu
larly those from the boarding-schools for girls,
take occasion when their yonng ladles aro
nearlng womanhood to call at tho scTiools for boys
and arrango marriages between native young men
and women. This sounds harsh, but It Is really
salvation to tho glrls.as the marriages usually turn
out well. The girls who havo been educated In
the Industrial schools make good house-wives, and
have pretty little cottage homes set down amidst
tho most luxuriant follajo.
He Got Used to IU
ltom 'rarli Oaulaii.J
A very handsome old gentleman, with the red
ribbon of tho Legion of Honor In his buttonhole
was being followed along the boulevard by a dls.
reputable-looking Individual who was Insulting
hlui In the most outrageous terms, of which, how
ever, the old man took no notice.
"How Is It you take the matter so quietly t"
Inquired a passer-by,
"Oh, my dear sir," be replied. " that Is nothing
to what I havo been accustomed to. I held tho
post of Cabinet Minister for three years."
Democratic Headquarter Open.
The headquarters of the Dcruocratlo State Com
mittee Bt the Hoffman House wero formally
opened to-day. Mr. Chirlea R. I)e Freest, a
newspaper man of Troy, has been appointed clerk
of the committee. Among the messengers ap
pointed Is 1L V. Mclntyre, a well-known colored
Hcmocrat of Albany.
A NlncUwnth Century ZUajvrl.
" ' ' nmir:-nu vmMfrti.u.VtXmar.i"'
The art of paper-making has reached a point
wbcra a srpwtnsUre.e insv 1 cut down, rnadf ntc '
paper and turned out as a newspaper all within I
BOTH HER STAB BOARDERS DEAD.
rlrf of the Utile French Woman Wbo En.
teiinlned Stoepel and Almee. ,
Few of those present at tho funeral of
llobcrt Stoepel, tho musician, which took
place from tho Llttlo Church Hound tho Cor
ner, noticed n plump littlo'Frcnch woraon,
very unpretentiously clad, who wit nt tho
back of the church.
Tho littlo lady shed many unseen tears, aud
kept her handkerchief tightly pressed to her
eyes. For many years tho old physician hud
been her principal boarder, and thour;h bis
appetito had boon terribly fastidioivs, and
poor llttlo lnndaiuu.hiul been forced to exer
cise her uttuoHtiugenuitytotenipt his palate,
she was ono of his most niuccro mourners.
Tho day thnt Robert Stocpol was buried,
by iibtrm.gei coincidence, brought thonons to
this city of Mile. Alinee's death In Paris.
Tho littlo comic opeiu singer was abio one of
Mndiuiio's hoarders when in this city, and
with ltobeit Stoepel and Marie Aimtfo in her
honso nt thu same time, the Frenchwoman
felt that bhe hud accomplished something.
She hod not heard of Aime'e's death, how
ever, when sho reached tho Little Church
Bound tho Corner. The news was borne to
her by a sallow little Italian flutist, known in
tho theatrical orchestral world.
Madamo was utterly ovcrcomo. She was
French and sho was overwhelmingly super
stitious. " Ah, mon JXcu " sho cried, leaving the
church in haste, and sobbing as she walked
down the path leading to tho street, " Aimfe
and Stoepel dead in ono week I what will
happen. Ohl my unlucky boardlng-housa I
I am ruined, ruined. Everyone dies. Oh I
monsieur, turning to the flutist, novor lot my
boarders know of this catastrophe. It would
kill my trade."
Tho flutist, with many promises triod to
comfort tho little woman, but in vain. Time,
liowuvur, bcernb to hnvo accomplished what
ho could not do. for yesterday shpwns,
fiVTiTceu ni'ttflEetTuiTTn'Tr UHinesB.Tii"o"w ny , as"
.U,l,ifrJJi?8,iii-J rctnw.aA.tn 1 rafl-autc,4MtVVj.
LADIES AT W0R JOE rATRIARCH
Daughters of Itebrccn to Open a Fair After
Alio ' nsxf tA.sc.liS i.ililt.irc& j.itrtuti vrVa&hT"
ington, InderlOI;du., O.der of Odd Fellows,
will bo tho beneficiaries of a fair which tho
'odies of Manhattan, Crystal and Palcstino
lodges, Daughters of Itebecca, will conduct
. cinihiuinp-ar iirec days.
Tho ladies having tho affair in hand are
Mrs. Dr. S. D. Close. 3'rs. J. n. Dickinson.
Mrs. O. W. Wbitton and Mrs. O. 0. Hoffman,
or" Cr7bUrTi6(Igo3Irs. DhasT "Motel, Mrs.
Georce Perkins, Mrs. Woodholl and Mrs.
Elizabeth Johnson, of Manhnttan Lodgo;
Mrs. 8. A. Howard, Mrs. Itachcl Johnson
Thero will be no lottery schemo, but sov
ernl voting contests will tnko plnoo. A
magnificent sword will go to tho most popu
lar Chevalior of tho patriarchs militant.
For a handsome, full-gTown, blondo-wiggod
dolly, in a grand velvet-upholstered wicker
carnage, which is to go to tho prettiest little
girl, n staunch admirer has put four-yrar-old
Miss yioln Dickinson in tho field, and MoBter
Charlie Motel, who is to bo a messenger boy
nt tho fair, says if nimble legs will do it, ho
w ill wm tho printing press offered to the
A handsome velvet regalia collar will bo
voted to tho most popular Past Noble Grand
of the Itebecca lodges. Candidates named
are Mrs. Kirkpatrick, of Palestine; Mrs.
George Perkins, of Manhattan, and Mrs. E.
Cook, of Eastern Star Lodge.
At 5 o'clock this evening Contons Sanders,
of PoughkeonsievnndDilks, of Yonkers, aro
to.nrnvo in tho city in a body. They will
join Cantons Washington, and Germania, of
this city. Canton Brooklyng Canton Jersey
City, and Canton Hope, of New BrunBwick,
and all will parade at 7 o'clock from Four
teenth street nnd Broadway to Adojphi Hall.
A Frank Confession.
rron Th irorM.)
People aro wondering why Tns Evening world
Is published, and what is the meaning of Its exist
ence? We will let tho secret out.
Tub Evxnino Would Is not published from love
of gain, but of power; of power to do publlo good
power to render publlo service power to removo
public abuses power to punish publlo offenders
power to fight for the Right and against the Wrong.
With the addition of the evening circulation to
that of Tub Wobld wo expect very soon to reach
850,000 daily. This means an enormous lntluence
over a vast number of voters, who will, wo hope,
be Induced to aid us In the work of good govern
ment. or evening, will havo the satisfaction of knowing
"ttiit htj-Is aa atom in the great aggtegato which
gives us the power to successfully light evils and
abuses and to protect the weak and oppressed ono
to make up the many wL'o make Tux Wobld's
Influence and strength.
Distinct u the billows, yet one u the m,
TherTlMmsecfiuz Eveniko V.'oeld means,
we also frankly confess, the gratification of ambll
mighty engine In Journalism printed In any coun-
AiMUIUUaWIMMrlilWM'iiWA W ;
newspaper world as tho American Republic li
"iov"nTe secrelTTout. " -
Col: Church is n habitue of the Century uuTi.
conTmodorollunfo'resorts to the SU Anthony!"
Col. Thomas W. Knox Is a habltui of the Lotos.
William Stelnway finds recreation at the Lelder-
Kdmond Clarence Stcadman frequents theAu
thors'. Judge Koch may usually be found at the Har
monic. Edward De Lanccy goes to tho St. Nicholas for
District-Attorney Martlno Is partial to the Man
hattau. Manager Henry E. Abbey takes lunoheon at tho
Frederick Gebhard gets his dally mall at the
Leonard Jerome Is In and out of tho Union day
Judgo Rapello may bo found at tho Manhattan
Dr. Kinney Is always to be found In tho after
noon at tho Lambs'.
Judgo Ocdncy frequeu'j ihe liepuhllcun, the
Lotos and tho Jlohlcan. '
Harry Aldcn Is to bo foun 1 d.lur t the New
York Yacht or the Lotoo,
Douglass Taylor seldom lei Pit 1, .y p. si with
out golug to the Mjuhaiuii.
Col. De Lanccy Kuuo oMllilts between tho
Knickerbocker uud tho Union.
FredcrloV Robinson drops Into the Lotos eviry
afternoon for a gamo of bllllardB.
Chauncey M. Depcw generally finds timo to look
In at the Union League once a day.
Dr. Hoyt shakes hand with his friends every day
at the Lctos and the Manhattan Athletic
Wright Bandford, dally makes tho tho round of
the Union, the Manhattan and tho Racquet.
Col. Tom Ochiltree misses tho Oarleton Club and
contemplates Joining the Now York or the Lotos.
Oeor).e Wlsatlrops Into the rintnn Tespno In n.f
"evening, bnt goes homo early since his wedding.
Commodore Astcn and rTsjiV.Ii- Xawre nee sel
dom let a day go by without going to the Now
York Yacht Club.
CAUGHT IN THE SOCIAL SWH.I I
THE TITLED ENGLISHMAN'S CAREFUL BUSI I
NESS METHODS. JM
He Employ n Firm of Lawyers to Keep Him EsjW
Posted on the Flnnnclnl Attain of Trnv- wi
ellna- Americans with .Mnrrlmenblo JR
nmiKhien Dr. Ilousklon'fl Weddlns; &
Postponed on Arcoaut of Nrrlons Illness. W
A ? tI8T ho,T lho tltled I
ig&-, I Englishman has always I 'I
&1 f A ,nnnaBC(1 t Inform j .
V&J J Wmbelfoftheflnanolal '
t&S Vj-J sending of traveling l
y 7fN K Americans with marrl- I A
H Nryty v5 aRehlo daughters has fm
A rC) if 1 or Bomo timo been a
FX hK-M'UKlo to observing I
fm)w2pcople' At n Prato m
lyil TVS &$ dinncr nt B prominent
ValVi ftl wfoz Ncw York club a tov I
IVXI iw$eycaiDBS ngo a wel'-' 'I
ll Til ( ' Wr$rftt 'tnown lwyor ex-!
m Slm&M P'n'ned how the thing I
V$&M&& Was lone Tue means
VJggcp' ndoptedby tho mem- I
wero Ingenious, and consisted in retaining a I
firm of solicitors in London who mako it a
part of their business to ferret out this In-
formotlon. He said fnrther, thnt he hnd nt 'I
that moment n letter in his pocket which ho '
had received from this firm of English solio-
itors, inquiring about tho monetary stand-
inn pi.aiircllJuiov,n New Scrkr wlth-two-f 1 -
marriageable daughters. As his for for ftirj J
.nilitf, a Brpfitnlilr- linslnpss. ,- -
The Mcadowbrook Hounds meet to-day nt
Islaud Trnns at 4 IK t. x, '!'... in '
""0V.S ?t,,J,rdn' W B"cM invitation of
moerwiirtaTSplace at 4 o'clock nt tho konT
nclB and on Wednesday following at tho
Last Meadow Toll-Gatc.
Keasly will tnko p'ace during tho v inter. '
MlBS-Cornochan, oTESstl5utccnih strcot,"
will spend tho winter in Florida.
?J. JnPi'' .. Allen e.nd Mi Allen havo
refurneobejj jssidpqn-. Yn, -SLU'iAU. ..
Mr. QcpH IIyt-aad fianily- ..is BpTnilli- "
tho month of October nt Strattsburgh.
Mrb. Coldin-Jtarhrj-win spend'fho winter
autumn at Tuxedo, whero a largo number of
New Yorkers aro at present.
.Among tho mojt prominent entertainments
given in honor of Admiral Luco is to be men
tioned tho reception nt Newport this nftor
noon of Mr. and Mrs. Theodoro K. Gibbs.
mJ'1'5re ,wn? n.DNiant oudienco in Wallack's1
Theatro last night In point of numbers and
Urebs. Among the persons present wero Mr.
?n,(LP8?,urn.et PWwin, Mrs. Hrockholst
Cutting, Miss Annio Cutting, Mr. W. Cutting.
Mr. George Garr, Mr. It. Young, Miss Law!
renco, tho Misses Brady, Mrs. Judco Brodv
Gen. faaniol Sickles anfl Mr. Gilbert! '
The wedding in Boston to-day of Miss '
Susan Revere, daughter of Mrs. John Ro.
ycro and a sister of Mrs. Nathaniel Thayer.
Noworterlf B- Chnpin' M"1 nttract
The Gypsy 3Encampmcult tinder the dirce-
anJ'f-ir H,O0.i WneM.. opens this
afternoon at Kingsbridgo and Ono Hundred ,
and Soventy-third street. A number of
young ladies will make themselves look at
tractive in tho picturesque costumos.and will
tell fortunes for a consideration.
Owing to tho illness of Dr. H. S. Honch.
?'ir?c-cntIy house surgeon at Bellevno Hos-1
pitnl, his marriago to Miss Sadie C. Preston
daughter 0f Mr. W. R. Preston, will nSt .
take placo as announced. Dr. Houghton
was stricken down with typhoid fever several
weeks ago, nnd has been nursed through a
yory dangerous illness by Miss Preston at
tho country residence of her father at Irving.
ton-on-tho-Hudson. On several occasions it '
was not expected that he would live? Ho is
now convalescent, although it will bo somo
timo boforo tho wedding can take placo.
Miss Ida E. Tripler, of No. 233 East.
Eighteenth , street, will bo married to Mr! '
Abijah M. Dcderer nt 4.30 o'clock this aftcrl
noon. ' t
tiiTm?! wcd,dinf? of Mr. James Robertson!
?nck,fUi?f 2leoY Scotland, and Miss ,
t V bBoHs' daoghter of Major Henry
T. Botts, of Sovannah, Ga., and noico of the
late Prosident Arthur, wiU tako place at 3
o clock this afternoon at tho Church of tho
WHAT THE ARTISTS ARE DOINC. "I
Bolton Jones is at Annisqjiam, Mr ,, I
... G. , on Hoskerk'Ys stiff at Wake-xld."
A. F. Bunncr has several now Venetian '
au?uTnGV,T&Btiirn'tMOnntCilrBettine "j '
uTirrVr.T)fon, ono of Yhe most American 1 ,
of native nrtists, hat a bootblack on his oasoh
after studies In Spain nnd Brittany. Ho has,' ?
a number of Breton subjects. ' i,
-rsJ'AloyhaBGerTKn apartment" T
at tho Cordova, tat-will still retain his former "h
HoYi1"1 48art0n ha? Y or three beautiful
South Dartmouth paintings. He hos also two 5
strong Alglerlan subjocts. one a man's head, I
the other a building in brilliant sunlight I
Miss Maria J. E. kBeoket has at lastde.
sorted tho solltudo of Virginin woods, where a
for flvo years sho has buried herself in tho '3 ,
closest study of nnture, and has taken a l
studio in the Sherwood. 3
A Ulscrlmlnatlns; Lobster.- '
Ifrowi Jlart VoUalr. VI ,
A gentleman got Into an omnibus the other day f
and deposited a small flaa basket under his legs. ,i
8oon afterwards a fat woman entered the vehicle .?
and took the seat next to him- They had not gone
far when, with a blnsh on ner cheeks that wonld i
have nut a torauto to shame, she whispered: !
desist U "re " gemleman tir ou wU1 ' once v
" Vhat Is the matter, my dear:" asked tho gen
tleman. " Oh yon know what's the matter. Stop, slrl" '
I' Hut, really, my dear"
"Yon insolent old scoundrel I" sho cried. Jump
ing up and giving tho unfortunate gentleman a .
sounding box on tho ear. ' Here's threa times s
you have deliberately pinched me, you villainous
old mlscreantl" I
The look of Injured Innocence that came over tho 1
gentleman's face was pathetic In the extreme, bnt 5
happily tho conductor, who took In tho.sltuauon, f
stepped In and pointed out that one of the llvo I
ousters had got out of the basket and had attached I
Itself to tho woman's leg. 1
M I, I
A Henslble Lender.
fVon th JVftrar Journal. 1
It Is astonishing bow often Mr. Powderly, as the I
head of tho Knights of Labor, has said or dono 4
something warmly approved by thu publlo at the 1
moment, and by oven his opponents to the order J
when the timo of hindsight came. He constantly I
shows a mind of broad grasp and sound sense, and v
a disposition which takes the right without regard
to Immediate consequences.
Why lie Came. '' vl(v
IKron IS( CHcooo TVflsM.I J
Vjsltor at Sunday-schooUmaktag a few remarks) Jf
atuBWcwmaMa7ro" i rapajJur.Tfc jaiatft,. jr-CI;
to Sunday-school. Will that bright little boy on MM bj
Jhe frnot seat stjinlflu. and tell nst My yonng Vm j,
friend, why do you oomo to Bunday-scnoolT HtJV
Bright little boy (expioslTelyj-Co mom mam mk J.
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