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VI i THE WORLD ; FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER SG, 1887J ' .'Z 'yf lH
1 AN AFTERNOON IN SOCIETY.
'. GOOD WEATHER FOE THE BEOEPTIOXS,
'1 TEAS AMD OTHEB EVENTS TO-DAY.
' il jir. Frederic Ooodrldo to Give n Recep.
II ' tlon This Afternoon Last Week's Ami.
' jfl tear Theatrical Entertainment to bo lie
H I pealed To.Dny Blr. and Aire. Cbnrlee
14 I Carroll to Sail for Europe To-Morrow.
-I I rr v LEAR, cold wcathor
,( sm&S w'" mako a pleasant
f jJLz-fr S. cianBe ror Uoso who
6KSQ?VvV vO) ftrBing to attend the
h. wCWTfJI y many teas or amateur
l)yxijT!i. theatricals to - day.
Sy. ly Xa Wfi$ Mrs. Fredorio Good-
7A T aE-J rsj rid8' f 25 Fiah
l VOT-y) aTenuei give a re.
u fvjk0fii cep"ontn'saftorntn'
j J dllnSJ'J L 'M Jn Crawford,
1 tfffi&i n 'M ,ns'c '8S Marie
V yliSfcl Rood, Miss Marie Man-
l yfcSM ice. Miss Costar, Miss
' l75jql L Kitty Babcock, Miss
frill Ifil CTHT Satterthwaito, Miss
( UtJjUJf Ww Van Wart, Miss Cbar-
aB3ks& lotto Zercga, Miss
j Julia- Cotton Smith, Miss Acnes LawTenco,
Miss Margaret Lawrence Miss Uoadly,
Miss Wells, Miss Louiso Floyd Jones, Mies
1 Oddie, Miss Carrie Wobb. Miss Camilla
! , Moss and Miss Smedling will assist in receiv-
tag. Among those, expectod oro the follow.
. tag-named persons :
' Mr. J. D. need, Capt. and Mrs. Kane, Gen. and
lira. Webb, Mr.andMrg.OeorieBetts,Mr.andAlrs.
Charles Berrjman. Mr. and Mrs. Applelon, Mr. D.
; Kidney. Mrs. woodworm, lira. John Crosby Brown,
) Mm. Henry, Mlaa Henry, Mr. ana Mrs. Schermer-
i ' horn, Mlas Schermerhorn, Mr. and Mrs. UohlerTalln,
Mlas Roosevelt, Mra. Hobluaon. Mrs. chandler,
Mlaa Chandler, Mra. Pellew, Mr. and Mrs. Van
ItenaaelaerandMr. and Mra. Htilnelandcr.
Tho first of the three subscription dances
fotton up by Mr. E. L. Heddon, of 38 West
orty-uinth streot, will oecur this evening.
Judge and Mrs. Daly, of 81 Clinton place,
will givo a large ladles' lunchoon to-day.
Mrs. Woodsworth, of 18 EastThirty.Beventh
street, will give a roception to-day.
The very successful dramatio entertainment
given by amateurs on Thursday of last week
for the benefit of the West-Side Day Nursery
will be ropeated this afternoon at the Lyceum
Theatre Tickets may bo had from Mrs. W.
Amory, 102 East Thirty-ninth stroot j Pond's
music store or at tho Womon's Exchange.
Tho only chango in the cast to-day will do
that Mr. T. Francis Conrad will take tho part
of Guzman in "Faint Heart Never Won Fair
Lady " in plnce of Edgar Sands De Wolfe.
Mrs. William Amory, jr., of 102 East Thir-ty-ninth
street, will give a dinner this even
ing to " tho cast " of tho amateur dramatio
Mrs. James Tolor, of 7 West Twenty-first
'street, will entertain the Friday Evening
Dancing Glass to-night.
I The Nineteenth Century Club will hold its
next moeting in tho assembly rooms of the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll, ne'e Can
croft, will sail for Europe to-morrow.
Mrs. Philip J. Sands, of 15 East Thirty
third street, entertained the Thurday Even
ing Dancing Class last ovening.
Mrs. Warren, of 250 Lexington avenue, will
give a reception to-morrow.
Mrs. Newton Perkins and Miss Perkins, of
C5 East Fifty-second street, will givo a tea on
Tuesday, Dec. 20.
Mrs. J. D. Wing, of 10 West Forty-ninth
street, will give a reception to-morrow after
noon in honor of Miss Hurlburt, the fiancee
of her son.
Mrs. William A. Hammond, of 13 West
Fifty-fourth street, will give a reception to
Mrs. Paul E. Kasor and tho Misses Jen
kins, of the Rutland, 250 West Fifty-seventh
street, will give a tea to-morrow afternoon.
Moveable Train Skirts Faablonable Again
ParU Lttttr to London TtUgrapn,
A new style of pellase baa appeared. It cannot
be worn on foot, as tno back-pieces are prolonged
Into a abort train. Tbe fronts, cut redlngote-ahape,
are not sewed to the back nor below the waist, and
the Interval la Oiled with a panel of aome other
material, plain In the caae of velvet or aatln bro
cade, plaited If In pallle or other silk. For tb e
rest, cloth or woollen of a rougher description la
ometlmea chosen. Velvet brocaded ottoman or
velvet Is more handaome, but almost too heavy for
the purpose. ThU new application of the train la a
nre slsn If any were needed thit traln-aklrts
are to be worn very generally once more; and not
only trains proper, but skirts cut ao as to aweep
too floor a few Inches an Innovation with more
novelty in It. Of course this la not extended to
walking costumes, while evening party and ball
dressea do not mote than touch the ground. The
habit of having moveable trains la growing. They
are fastened aeparately to tbe waist at the back
over draped skins ao made aa to be worn alone
when required. This train, detached from the rest
of the skirt, awepa out behind In long plaits or
folds, and measures from two to two and a half
Iards in length. It ts llnedltbroughout with silk or
arsenet, and a layer of stiff muslin la laid between
the two materials. A train ao added mnat not be
Wholly dissimilar from the rest of the dress; the
bodice ought to be entirely or In part of the same
It Depended on Ilia Iaiclu
IFton HarjHr JJatar,
A young wag uptown started out with hlsgnn
Incased In canvas to take a train for Sullivan
County the other day, and met a lady of great heart
'Do yon mean to tell me," ahe asked, "that
you are deliberately going to shoot little birds and
timid. Inoffensive animals?"
"No, ma'am," he replied, " I will not go ao far
as to say that. If I have my usual luck I shall
shoot nothing but my gun. "
Il The False and the True.
IWrllltn by W, Jr. 8.1
m9EK EADER, this is my
ft ,a 1 IM story. Whether you
K iv p will like it or dislike
- ;J ttl it, I know not. I have
Jv !. Ill written it to please the
ViXCVffffl brown-skinned girl
ir,'(l XWk fli crouching at my side,
?u 11 A"Jmr n1"1 her love-lit, fiery
" fV4iffJ I I ovos oommend it;
- . fA 1 I wf L-i L tnere'oro ttm I content.
' J 1 1 "u y" A u n i e Moorsom "
' y r v r Nmay, perhaps, chance
v, i T fl SVsto red it some day.
' 1'J' III Jn " "kes does, the object
sjj.Uk ill H Foil0' lts Plication will
il, d, J ioohave been nccom-XP-fll
"Don't cry, sweet, don't cry 1"
" Oh, Jack 1 I shall be so lonely and mlsor-
Iftblo without you." And Annlo Moorsom's
bright bine eyes swam in the tears that
threatened eaoh instant to course down her
peachy cheeks; and her red, red lips quiv
ered as they rested half-open, giving you a
glimpse of a faultless set of teeth.
"NonBenso, Annie; we shall lovo each
Othor all the better for a year's separation
oily a year for in that time I'll dig miles
y dwn in old earth, or the dusky gold shall fill
mw bag for your sake !"
we all know what love-partings are, thoro
forjfltis useless to describe this one. He
ttrjjde swiftly away down the village lane, his
fsrlfl Lord and stern as though there was not
anMna of passionate love, teething in hit
Leaak and making all things dim before jilt
Df THE CHILL BLA8T AT MIDNIGHT.
A Ten.Yeor.Old'e Ilespouatbtltr With a
lTatber Dolb Blind and Urnnk.
IfCrj PECULIARLY tad
Of Wsl scone was witnessed
rr I n VJovA 1 ft Would reporter
j mlljEMBk 1 last usbt' A lBd' thln
VwbfBiWsaaaWL -J ly clad and shivering
I ToR M?in tbcbill blast that
TrM frfWfkr whistled across tho
auN An i -? c"y IIa11 Pnrk nt ml11-
zTI if I lBin'Bbt, was struggling
- Ll 1 p' hard to keep an inebrl
atcd man, whom ho
addressed as " fathor," from falling.
Tho boy was not moro than ten years old,
and he was trying to coax his fathor to go
home. The old man growlod In a maudlin
way about tho cold, and insisted that ho
must have another drink.
Policeman 99a approached tho couplu at
the request of tho roportor with the inten
tion of frightening tho man into going with
the boy. But ho had got no further than tho
exclamation, "Como now, boss I" made in
gruff tones, when ho ejaculated, half In solil
oquy, " Great Scot I Tho man is as blind as a
Sure enough, he was stono blind I
He was a vendor of load-pencils, and his
little son led him to tho offices of his cus
" He lost his eyes in a rolling-mill accl
dent," said tho half.frozcn lad. "And ho
fets this way every timo wo have a good day.
oiks felt sorry for him to-day because it was
cold, and he sold out his poucils twice. Ma
drinks, too, and I gets fits when they are both
off," added tho boy.
Just then a fit of anger seized tho blind inebriate-,
and he mado a vicious lungo with his
hand in tho direction of tho small, squeaky
voico. Tho boy, always on tho alert, dox.
teriously dodged tho blow without losing his
sustaining grip on tho father's coat-sleevo.
Thoy lived ovor in Jackson streot, and tho
policeman put tho man forcibly on a green
car. The man lopped over in a cornor and
fell asleep, and thus thoy sot out for homo.
DOINGS IN THE THEATRES.
nerbert Avellng, who was last seen at the Star
Theatre, where be aupporicd Hobert Downing In
"travedy bnalneaa," naa been engaged to pluy the
partofllelly In one of the She" companies
which la to make the tour of the country.
"A Bad Coquette," which waa produced at a
matinee at the Union Square Theatre yeaieMar
for the benefit of Mlaa Sara Jewctt, proved to bo
an adaptation of Ilhoda Broughton's charming
novel "Qood-by, Sweetheart," a pretty atoryof
love wilfully put oatde. Mra. Eatelle CUyton, the
adapter, appeared as Lenore, the heroine, and
Kben riympton as the lover, Paul Mortimer. Toe
play was very creditably given.
Imre Klralfy la hard at work upon hla coming
production of Mazulm, the Night Owl," which
will be done In Philadelphia on Chrlatmaa night
and will follow Booth and Darren's engagement at
tho Academy of Music. Klralfy aaya ho has ex
tended an Invitation to M. Havel, the only living
member of the famous family, to be present on tbe
opening night of "Mazulm." AaM. Havel Uvea
In France, however, it is thought that Mr. Klralfy
will not consider himself slighted If the old gentle
man falls to appear.
John F. Donnelly's popular Sunday night con
certs ought soon to become an Institution. Mr.
Donnelly knows what the public Ilka to hear it any
ono doea. Next Sunday, at Stelnway tlall. Jules
Levy, the cornctlst, will play, asaletcd by the
Clipper Quartet, MIta Louise Serle, Edward
O'Mationy, Miss Josle Hall, Luiel Dell 'olto, Miss
Ollle Torbetr, Alfred Llaton, Mlaa Julia Earnear,
Johu S. Cox, Joseph Conyera and W. W. Furat.
These artists will appear at the Third Avenue
Theatre on tbe same night.
nenry A. Dlxey still contlnnes to do an enor
mous business in Ban Francisco with " Adonis. "
It la said that he will not open at the Illlou Opera
Houae, In this city, next season, as had been an
nounced, lie plara In Boston next October, and
there la a strong possibility of hla remaining on the
road all next season In "Adonis." Daey can
always Introduce so much new "business" into
this burlesque that It need never become monoton
ous, and, aa It is one of thoso elastic constructions
that oan contain everything, there la really no
rrason why Dlxey and1 Adonis" should not be
billed about the country for a decade or two.
The Iiublnatein Club of female voices achieved a
notable aucceaa at Ita first private concert, given
last evening at Colckerlng IlalL The club, which
was only recently formed nnder tho leadership of
Mr. William It. Chapman, the conductor of the
"Musurgla," waa organized for the purpose of
producing artistically tbe many beautiful part
aongs ana choruses which have been written for
female voices, but have never been beard In this
city. The concert proved that bla Ides la perfectly
feasible, and Mr. Chapman deaervea the credit of
Introducing the mulc-lovlng public of New York
to an entirely new phaae of art. With the assist
ance of an orchestra from the Philharmonic soci
ety the finest tonal effects were produced, notably
In the ItublnBteln and Sucher compoittlona, and
songs by Macy, Sturm, Osgood and Kienzt were
rendered with exquisite taste and delicacy.
A gentleman who went lo Boaton laat Sunday on
the same train with Edwin Booth and Lawrence
Barrett waa astonished to see the extremelv Demo
cratic manner In which the tragedians travel In
dars when stars must have special drawing-room
and dining cars, crowds to see them off, and all the
rest of It. Mr. Booth went ulono to the Grand Cen
tral depot, sat on a bench with the crowd and quietly
awaited Mr. Darren's advent. When I hat gentleman
arrived, the tragedians bought seats In a drawing
room car and speedily took possession, They
escaped recognition ao thoroughly that at 6 o'clock,
when the passengers moved to tbe dining-room
car, they declined to make room for Messrs. Booth
and Barrett, who, unable to push their way In,
were forced to wait for refreshment nmll the train
reached Boaton. Mr. Barrett acts in the capacity
chaperon to Mr. Booth.
DuylntT Jewels on tlie Instalment Finn.
IFrom (Ai.TtK.fnV nMIy,l
I saw yon looking curiously at the handsome
gold watch which that young manjnot consulted
with a pardonable flourish. Looks a little out of
keeping with bla general appearance, doesn't It t
Let me explain the apparent myatery.
Whenever yon see an expensive article of jew
elry cpon the person ot an otberwiae ordinarily
attired man, you can safely set him down as the
patron of an instalment jewelry house. Ever tried
the schemer No; well suppose you're a man In
only moderate circumstances and desire to wear
garden gate, and sobbed until her throat
ached and her head whirled round.
Far away stretched, mile after mile, a vast
rocky plateau, thiekly intersected with pre.
cipitouB gorges vertical, terrible ronts
through the solid rock over a mile in depth.
It requires a steady head to peer over these
awful brinks, and see far, far down the
gleaming, dancing river, whose banks ore
fairly green with high grasses and rank water
weed. A large fire blazed and crackled in front of
a low, mud-grimed tent erected about a hun
dred yardB from the edge of tho huge yawn
ing ravine. Around tho glowing logs four
men were lolling or sitting in various easy
attitudes. Throo were roughly dressed,
swarthy-faced, tobacco-chewing ana reckless
The fourth, also, was swarthy faced and
roughly dressed enough, in all conscience ;
but about him clung that intangible some
thing which so clearly indicates the gentle
man, be he in what attire ho may.
All were miners or gold-diggers, therefore
all wore armed with knife, revolver and
rifle, and, as the swirling flames lit up their
bearded faces and gleamed on shining butts
and hilts, they looked like a party that a
lonely traveller would rather have avoided
"Talk, all talk 1" Bill Porter Toolferatcd.
with a tremendous oath. " I tell you that
I've a girl in San Francisco who can lay them
all in the shade." ..-.,
" Lie number one for Bill," retorted his
partner. " I have seen her, mates; she's a
yellow face, cat eyes, nails a foot long and
feet as broad as a bear's back."
Whon the laughtor provoked by this
sally had subsided Bom Winter asked: "I
never hear Jack tell us about his beauty.
Have you evor heard anything about her,
rt No, no !" wat tho unanimous response.
"Then, come, Jack!" contlnuod Winter.
" Out with your yarn, and when you'vo done
we'll get to roost eh. Bill-roost ?"
Although apparently devoid of any wit or
meaning other than that implied, all except
Jock Uraddon laughed heartily and ex
changed significant looks and gestures.
" Boyt," began Jaok," toying with his re.
T01y nd tweaking is ault toaci, though.
ssanMnsnifesnsMsn1lsnsnanaMiVJ lHt-&'&t'ft '-ai'ii'ti
an expensive watch. Of course yoa can't pay,
aay, Jlw down at once for It ; but If you
have $M, and know how, yon can got
the coveted tlmakeepcr, noverthelcsa.- Hovrt
Why, you take your $43 to tho jew
eller who makes specialty ot the Instalment
business, and put It In his hands as your nrat pay
ment, and take your watch with you. Tticn yoa
pay off tho balance at the rale of so per cent, a
month until the entlro amount ot your Indebted
ness has beon liquidated. If yon ate a responsible
man uo reference or security will be asked from
you to Insure the payments: but a stranger must,
of course, bring the Jeweller aome tangible evi
dence that he la no swindler. Aa the Jeweller recom
penses himself for his trouble, risk and use of bis
money by charting a liberal advance on the regular
prlco, the instalment business paya very well, and
many dealcra aell goods in this manner.
A Sugceatlon for tho Girls.
m Tarji.r1 Daiar,)
The girls of a family have It In their power at at
tlmea to do a great deal ot work In behalf ot tho
male members of the household, or ol their ac
quaintances, who are out In the rough and tumble,
and among all tho temptations of the open world;
but the winter weather affords them ampler op
portunity than all the out-door daya of boafng
and shooting and lawn-tennis and picnicking do,
for it brings about acloecr and moreconstunt con
tact, a much fuller vision of flue qualities, and a
much more effective ground for their exercise.
Young alrls, then, who understand this will soon
find that they have all they want to do. If they will
undertake to make their homes ao thoroughly de
lightful that not only other youtha will come to aee
them there, but their own brothers will content
edly and proudly prefer to atay therein. Wltn
tho parlor or sitting-room made taateful and
cheery, as girls can make a room, oven when
forced to depend upon themselves for means, with
plessont people coming In coming In because tho
place Is bright and attractive and the people no leas
ao with perfect good nature preserved among
them.no matter nhat happena to upset tho temper,
and therefore the absolute prohibition of wranmlng
or of excited argument, with as much music aa
may bo bad, with a little amusing reading, hppy,
merry talk, games of one sort and another, efforts
being made to have tbe newest and those most
likely to attract the brothers, according to their
Idiosyncrasies with all this, and mora that will
augg.at itself to those gtrla who are In earnest
about It, the house may be made by them a place
In which tho brotners ahall look forward to spend
ing the evening with nearly as much gratification
oa that with which lovera look sor the hour that
shall find them together; and all the more If the
girl who haa a lover doea not count out her brother
as a supernumerary.
How Parle Anarehlata Dine.
Itri Dupatth to London iVhgraM.
Five Anarchists have Just been condemned to
three months' imprisonment each and fines for
having dined too freely at the expense of an "In
famous bourgeois," and for having insulted the
police. The Ave were wandering about Paris, as
they alleged, hungry and penniless, and they
therefore considered that they had a right to get
dlnnera without paving for them. '1 hey accordingly
went Into a restaurant, ordered a dinner a la carte
and a quart of wine each ; bad their glaas of cof
fee ana their chasao die In the abape or a thimble
ful or two of brandy, nnd when the note, or addi
tion, waa presented uy the landlord, tticy coolly told
him to go and get payment from the " rascally
bourgeois people" who were well off and well fed.
This logic being distaeteful to the landlord, he,
finding all hla attempta to get payment futile, sent
for the police. The Anarchists, rejoicing In full
stomachs, went cheerfully to the lock-up, but they
Insulted the police groaslr for having carried out
" bourgeois behests." The mother of one of the
rascals appeared In court and paid the restaurant
keeper for the Ave dinners, ller eon. however,
shouted out that ahe waa silly, that be and his
friends had gone In for free dinnera on principle,
and that they were ready to undergo punishment
for their acts. They were then marched off to
prlion, declaring that they would repeat their con
duct wben they had tbe chance.
Fiedlctlnat an Explosion Which Will Make
the Mississippi Volley an Inland Sea.
From IK 5r. anti'l fCUf(,
An American paper, the Fireman's Herald, pre
dicts a terrible disaster In the oil regions of the
United States, if the tapping of gas-wells Is al
lowed to go on at Its present rate without check or
supervision of any sort. A fearful explosion of
natnral gas took nlace In China some two hundred
years ago, It appears, tearing np and destroying a
district and leaving a large Inland eea that now
known on the mapa aa Lak Fo-Chang. Should
such an accident occur In the United States, thero
will be eucti an upheaval, the Herat believes, as
will dwarf the moat terrtbrti"earthquake ever
known. The country along the gas-belt from
Toledo through Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky will
be "ripped up to the depth of from l.soo feet to
1,400 feet, leaving a chasm through whloh the
watera of Lake Erie will come howling down, Ail
ing the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys and blotting
them out forever. "
IiOnged for a Alether.
Advanced Spinster ( coquet tlshly) And yon
really want to marry me ? But I cannot consent
until you tell me what yon see In me to make yon
Youthful Suitor Well, ever since mother died
I've felt like an orphan, and I thought yon could
All her place.
A Decided liefueal.
Itallo de Counte So you will not be my wife, eh T
Do you forget zat I am an Italian Count?
Young American Ob, no; I do not forget yoa
are an Italian Count, but I do know that I was
never brought up to make a dozen shirts for thirty
cents and do the washing for a large family.
Good for Uvll.
Washington Sunday-School Teacher (to little
colored girl) ,Now, Angellne, can you tell me what
It means to return good for evil ?
Angellne Brooks Well, mlas, I doan' 'xactly
know de words, but I link It mean ef any one
saaaes yer, doan1 yer Jaw btok.
A Little Girl at the Perfume Counter.
Little girl at Biker's prfame counter Mamma ssrs I
can boy some saebet powder. What have 70a got?
Clerk Well, little one, suppose jron choose rooreelf.
Little Gtrl-I don't know which. Ob, doeen't this White
Itoee smell nice? Whj. thle, Violet's sweeter til).
What do rem call that? Franglpannl f Ota, that's de
lloloos. Do 70U say Jockej Club and Heliotrope are
Joat as fraarant. Well, let me have all of them, Hera
oomes mamma: she will pay you. Commercial Xditr
A BaVZ. sure and speed euro for ttKurhs and colds,
Adamsoh's Botahio Balsah. KixaKAjr, 29th at.,
4th aye. '.'
his brows knitted in a dark frown, " you
know what I am, and know that if I say I'll
do anything, it's as good as done "
"All right. Jack! Goon."
" Well," the revolver butt was gripped a
littlo tighter, " I ask you, each and all, never
to ask mo about my love I It is too holy a
thing to be lightly jested about."
" Too what? Ah, hal" roarod Bill Porter;
and he was about to deliver himself of somo.
thing amusing, when Jack silenced him by a
fierce gesture, and resumed :
" You have learned hcrnamo how, I know
not; but if you are a gentleman, you will
not pain me by mentioning it again in my
presence, or badger me about a subject so
" Well, but"
"None of yourbutsl" Jack retorted with
a savage oath. " The first man who mentions
her name again will receive tho contents of
my revolver in his brain !"
What the three miners would have replied
to this outburst is problematical, for at that
instant Fawneye, tho beauty of Colorado
ltavino, stepped out ot tho darkness, and
placed her hand on Jack's broad shoulder.
"Halloa, Fawnoyo!" cried Sam Winter.
" Come up to tho fire and warm your pretty
The Indian girl was tall and graceful as
the tasselled corn in the sheltered gorgo
when the breeze from the high plateau
swayed it to and fro. Her long black hair
undulated loosely on tho plump bronzo
shoulders and swelling bosom, and tangled
on the gleaming, dimpled arms that were
girt with double bands of massive coppery
gold. Her face seemed weird and strrtnge in
its wild loveliness and her pouting lips were
curled in scornfulnoss as the black eyes
rested on Bill Porter and the two on either
side of him. But when they fell on Jack
then her Indian name perfectly described
their molting loveliness. A scoro of am
bHioue braves hod sought tho fawn-eyed in
marriage and failed. Jaok, four months
since, had unconsciously won her lovo by his
courtesy towards her and hla open-banded
generosity In various ways to her father's
Passing hit arm around the girl's supple
form, Jack said i " Well, littlo one, what
keeps you out so Into to-night f War Eaglo
doesn't know of hit daughtei't absence, eh "
riUZB FIGIIIT AND A FilEB F1QUT.
Aa Uarly Morulas OIIII In Michigan Which
Ended In a Flstlo Melee;
sriCIAl. TO Till W0OLD.I
Giukd IUriDS, Mich., Deo. 18. Pote
Nolan, of Cincinnati, and Jim Fell, of this
city, mot in tho squared clrolo this mornlug,
a short distance from this place. About flo
hundred spectators wers present at tho bat
tlo, Including many prominent citizens of
Grand Itnptds, and visitors from Chlrngo,
Detroit, Cincinnati, Fort Wayno and othor
Tho articles of agreement called for an
eight-round light with threo-ouncc glover
but ou arcouut of the vicious tactics adopted
by Fell, the battle camo to an inglorious ter
mination after three rounds had been fought.
Tho stakes had boon placod on tho outcome
of tho match, tho conditions being that tho
receipts wcro to b'o divided, 70 and 80 per
cent, to tho winner and losor respocthuly.
Bad blood, however, had been kuouu to
exist between tho two Western pugilists for
Bomo time, so many persons journeyed over
tho country roads to reaoh tho sceno of the
No timo una lost in preliminaries and Harry
Hammell, of Fort Wayne, was chosen roforoo.
It was 1.10 this morning when timo was
called. Tho fight, which provod to bo a
brief ono, was simply a punching and
wrestling match, especially so in tho enso of
Fell. Science, was an unknown quantity
throughout tho entire, fight. Fell is noted as
a rusher and hits as often and as hard as ho
can, regardless of his own punishment.
At the call of time tho men glanced at each
other, and tho rapid shooting about of arms
proved determination on oithor bUIo. It was
a fairly good round of give-and.toko fight
ing, though twenty hard nlows were struck.
What looked liko genuine fighting began
In tho second round. It was from tno btart
hammer and tongs, Foil again pursuing his
favorito rushing tactics. A good smash on
Nolan's jaw and a resounding punch under
liis ear caused the Cincinnati pugilist to be
como rather groggy. Tho round -a as fought
to a close, with Nolan resting against the
Tho latter was a vory weary man whon tho
third round openod, and, of courso. Foil
again started In with his usual rush. Sharp
blows were exchanged for a moment, when
Fell twisted his arm around Nolan's nock,
and, with a cross butt, both men wont to
grnss, Nolan falling underneath. The tired
Ohioion was hclpod to his feet, and in a
dazed condition was carriod to his corner.
Jack Milet, his backar, at onco claimed a
foul, and tho roforoo allowed it without hcsl.
tation. Fell bocamo infuriated at tho deci
sion, and, jumping out of his chair, foil
upon Milet and fought him oer tho entire
During this timo tho audienco becamo
highly oxcited, but, seeing tlint Milet wns
boing pounded by the slugger without cause,
thoy Interfered and carriod Foil away. Tho
scono below caused much ekcitemont to
those who occupied seats in tho smnll
gallery, nnd, as if to liavo a hand in the
lively proceedings, thoy began to throw their
cbairB down upon tho nudionco.
ThiB again resulted In any number of small
fights and at ouo timo as many as four list
fights wcro going on in tho room, each pair
of contestants within a ring formed by tho
spectators. This row continued for an hour
or more, but finally order was restored and
tho crowd dispersed.
Foil is greatly dissatisfied with the out
como of the encounter, as ho could undoubt
edly have whipped Nolan easily and will
probably challongo him to a finish fight for a
Some I'ecnllarltlee ot the Diamond Trade.
Von IA JtutUra' trftf,J
In ancient times the diamond miner sold his
find to a trader, and be In turn to the Amsterdam
cutter. As only royal personages were allowed to
we ir diamonds In those good old daya, the cutter,
when hla work was finished, found himself In
rather a quandary aa to bow to dispose of them.
Owing to bla occupation and station In life be was
usually a person who could not approach the King.
Hence the system of bribing a a-rvant or courier
to ahow the gems to the monarch gradually sprung
up, and aa the privileged circle In which the wear
ing ot diamonds was permitted grew larger, the
courlcra and servants changed Into brokers, pure
and simple, who did nothing but travel for the
As these middlemen became rich they bought
these gems outright from tbe artlssn Instead of
selling ror his account, and thua became dealers.
Thoie whoe pecuniary resources were more lim
ited were, of course, obliged to remain brokers,
but from their knowledge of gums and tried trust
worthiness they were classed Al.
At this stage waa Introduced tbe memorandum
bill, to discriminate between these brokers of es
tablished reputation and those of what I will call
the second class, which included men of faablon In
want, who bad extensive social acquaintance, nut
were of no financial responsibility. Among mer
chants and dealers, therefore, it soon becamo the
regular practice to give the better class of brokers
a bill upon which was the word "memorandum,"
the significance of which wai twofold. In the first
place, the merchant thua limited his rlak and could
reclaim tho goods at any t me before the broker
sold them; In the socond. the probable purchaser
might nave an opportunity of examining the gems
and returning them If unsatisfactory.
Tho second Clara of brokers ordinarily re
ceived no bill, but would usually state for what
object the gooda were wanted, and would report as
soon oa the goods were disposed of. With slight
variations these customs are In vogue at the pres
ent day and will probably last as long as the trade
Athletes Amnio Their Friends.
OrtANOK, N. J,, Dec 16. The long-expected
mammoth amateur minstrel and dramatio enter
tainment under the auspices of the Essex County
Toboggan Club and the Siaten Island and Manhat
tan Athletic cluba drew an audience that com
pletely filled Music Hall, Orange, last night.
The first part of the entertainment waa a regular
old-fashioned minstrel performance, which was
heartl y applandcd. Then followedaomo slelght-of-band
tricks by E, IL Hansom, after whlcn came
the Charleston Blues drill and chores, which waa
well executed by theStaten Island Athletic Club.
The entertainment closed with a tableau repre
senting the World of Sporu, by all the cluba artis
tically arranged, showing baseball, football, lawn
tennis, cricket, billiards, bowling driving and
" DON'T SIIO0T, Pi, WN-STB," flilD JACK.
" He does not." sho replied, tho peculiar
Indian accent adding a curious piquancy to
her low, musical voice. " Fawnoyo found
this picture ; sho wishes Jack to tell her what
" Hand It here, Fawneye 1" exclaimed Bill
Porter, looking with admiration at her su
"It is for your eyes only, Jack," she re
plied, not deigning to pay attention to the
speaker ; and Fawnoyo uurolled a piece of
smooth white bark and handed it to Jack,
with a warning gesture.
On its smooth surface was scratched tho
following Bymbollo picture i A tent interior;
to the right a man sleeping on tho floor, over
hit head the word "Jack," hit head pillowed
ii.itt TiMi eiiL slsWfyfii tfil'alM''ftJfc'l''Wi
fl. IllBi k Co.,
18th St., 19th St., anil Sth Ave.
(18th St. Station Elovatod Road.)
IN illQlI CLaIb
SMOKING AND HOUSE GOATS
in Cashmoro, Flannol, Volvotoon,
Japanoso Silk, importod English
Dress Shirts, Suspenders,
Men's and Boys'
Blanket-Bath and House Robes,
Jersey Coats, Cardigan Jackets,
at very moderate prices,
BOME OLD VI0LIN8,
A Mlcolaa Amntl In m. Collection of Fiddle
an the Bust Hide.
While wandering along on tho east side,
tho attention of a WonLD roportor was at
tracted by tho sound of a violin. Tho quality
of tho tone was remarkable. It was large,
rich, palpitating with feeling and of honeyed
Tho roporter entered tho house whence tho
muslo camo, scaled the stairs and following
the sound, wont into a room on tho second
floor. It was bare of carpet or rug. Threo
or four dozen violins were systematically
hung on tho wall, showing as many shades of
brown as a collection of well-colored meer
schaums. Other shells nnvarnlshod lay upon
the mantel. Half a dozen bottles filled with
a brown liquid stood on a shelf. A music
stand had a volume of musical compositions
lying open upon it.
In tho centre of the room was a Oorman,
thirty years of age, playing on a violin. His
back was turned to the door. Tho glorious
volume of sound filled the poor, gaunt room
with sweet tones. Not that the player was a
Sarasate or a Joachim. He could not equal
Tcresino Tua or Camilla Urso in his execu
tion. But tho instrument was the source 'A
the inopio sounds.
Inquiry developed the fact that tho young
man was one Qcorge Szag, a Leipzig violin
maker, who camo to New York a fortnight
ago. Ho deals in old Cremonas and Mantuas.
The instrument he had in his hand was, ho
said, a Nicolas Amati of 1G23.
Nicolas Amati was tho eldest of the threo
Amati brothers, who rivalled tho great
Htradivarius as a maker of peerless violins.
Tho instruments of NlcolaB aro prizod more
than thoso of his brothers, Andreas and
The young man took up sovoral others and
played upon them. One was a Jacob Stainer
of 1678. the others v,eta Quarnoriuses. Ho
had no Stradivarius in his collection. " They
cost too much," ho said simply.
Tho violin-player intends to give lessons in
New York and to sell his old instruments
when ho can.
THE LADY ' or THE TIGER ?
1 fllardsn, f (Cut Oarns,
...a Hinoalb, 5 Scratch TMtti.
3 3 1'olUh, 1 3 inlar. Knam.l,
fcE Hrtard, Cam liter,
" IXpprotad, n lOondamned I'rofualonallr,
Fair Trial lDsuraeonrrloD. Bend stamp for olrenlar
f I vlnapromtniinl professional rlawaracardins' "Oil It"
'IITOoIll llruall. At dnitttsU'.or mailed on receipt
of price. IS Felt llnuh "lleada" (boied), 25o. each,
laitlnc two weeks. Triple-plated Holder, 3So. Alto, It
wanted, Brittle " Head," beat "Florence' mue.nttlna:
same bolder. 15o. t eet,7oc., or sold separatelr, IfuBSKY
Mra, Co., Utlca, N. V.
on bags of gold-dust ; to the left, three other
men were creeping towards him, each grasp
ing a bowio-knifo. Through an opening in
tho door of the tout tho moon, high in tho
heavens, signified midnight. For a moment
Jack was puzzled ; then, liko a lightning,
flash, burst Fawnoyo's meaning across his
mind, and ho started violently.
Tbo girl saw this, and said, in a careless
manner : " My father says that it has no
' I can soo nono in it cither I" Jack replied,
understanding her design.
Placing her lips to Jack's car, Fawneyo
whispered: " Bleep with your eyes open to
night. Jack I You have too much gold- thoy
want it. If you ueod holp, call mo. Fawn
oye's feet aro swift as the deer's for those sho
loves, and lior hand keen as the violet light,
ning for those sho hates. Hho taught mo bow
to ttso this firearm, and thero oro nvo lives in
Its steel chambers.
Jack presbed her hand to his lips and,
turning to his companions, said : " Well,
boys, I'vo helped Fawnoyo to solvo tho rid
dlo j suppose- wo get to bed ?"
" Agreod I" responded Mil Porter, eagerly.
"But first, we'll who something to warm our
And, after taking a long drink at his whiskoy
flask, ho passed it round to tho others.
When Jack lay down he took great caro
that his revolvers should be ready to use at an
instant's warning, and, contrary to his usual
habit, did not wrap the rough blanket closely
and tightly about his body. As the moon
rose high and the midnight wind began to
bellow and moan in tho caverns of tho ravine,
Jack, as though aaleep, threw his arm across
his eyes, then cautiously opened them. His
breath came thick and fast and ho nerved
himself for a quick, backward spring.
Only a fow foot away, and croepiin.' slowly
towards him, were Rum Winters and Hill Por
ter, each holding his bowio in readiness' to
strike. At flio door stood Jim Illados, hold
ing a cocked rlilo over his sido and closely
watching his companions.
Homo Annie Jloorsom death Eawnoyo
a thousand things Jaik thought of as lie
looked at the murdorous-faced ruffians
slowly crawling toward', him.
Suddenly thero was x sharp orack ; Jim
Dlados reeled and fell, faco downward, to
tho floor. Jack was wading erect nt the
Wo havo fairly blown to places the prloe of several hundria! 19
BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER SUITS,, JM
BOYS' OVERCOATS. jfl
ffrr Thoy are tho lots broken In 1M
?y assortment of slzos by tho sea- Em
"i son's trado, but the offering j9
x&j r f contains every size from 5 to 18 Jm
1 tV-JvCy I- years. Among them somo of $U
I ( w FW 1 tlie flnost ffarments wo make; 19
I yvrvx few that havo not sold for dou- H
1 I ipf Wo tflo reduood prloe. j9
l 1 A 1 r Your ohoioo of SUITS OR OVER- &
1 I V i C0ATS
Xj I Ih including somo very line ovoiv Jm
$Cl m O ooats for ohlldron of 2 1-2, 8.4, 13
rWj5 fcf ct and 5 years. ' jfl
'''Mi Some equally strong reduo- 19
tmB0$i tlons have been made in a nam-' &w
ffff&l beroflotsof B
JRJ BOYS' SUITS WITH LONG TROUSERS, 1
now $8, $9, $10 and $12. fH
These bargains aro at both- j9
ROGERS, PEET & CO., fl
CLOTHES, HATS AND SHOES, 19
Broadway and Prince St. Broadway and 82d St. Hlfl
Broker miller Kent to Dellcvne.
Charles J. Miller, aged forty years, a cotton
broker, was taken to Ilellevaa Hospital lut night
from the Joffcraon Market prlion, aufferlngfrom
alcoholism. He gave as his refereno IT. J,
Howell, of M New street.
Af KTUOI'OLITAN OPKIIA-HOUBK.
of Abber, Hchneffel Una.
TIIUKIi. (pitK CONC'KUTH. , ,,
TIIUni.Di,Y fcVENINO lie. W, at 8,18, o'oloefc.
TUEHDA.V AFTKHNOON, Deo. 37, at SoolofV.
BATURAY KVKN1NO, Dee. 81. at 8.10 o'clock.
JOnlU'll lipr.MANM, t
B1MB. nUI.KNn, IIATKBITKU.. 1
Prima Donna Contralto
Theodore Illorkaten, Tenoti Bl(.-Ue Anna, Barltonai
Mlaa Nettle Uarpenter, Mme. HaeoonL llarplat. Big.
II. Hapulo, AcoompanUL ana ;Aaolph NeuendorfTa
OrendUreheetre. Hale of Beats be(tn. Honda Deo. 19,
atlioioffloe. Weber Orand Piano need.
TTNION BlUABKTnATB.. little lianas
nOBSON AND UlUlTK , ,
nnder the manaa em.nt of J. H. IIU1 and Joseph Orooka,
in toe crest Atnertoan Oomedj,
TI1E UBNIUKTTA; ,
br ltronaon ILoward.
ET.nlnnat8.1S. Heturdej MatlaeeatS. CanUcea,
10, to. Heats aeenred two weeks In adranoe.
HAgB,v?AA.?D8 StnUiJltf?::. prom.,
aUEATi'iV, fli!!,WAi"o.,IAlrrKVi,OTAN0 OF
DAVK IHtAUAlt and hla Popular Urenestra.
Wed noedar Matinee Batardaj.
H. R. JACOBS'S 3D AVE. THEATRE,
COllNEU 318T ST.. AND SD AVIS.
MATlNKK EVHrtY MON.. WED, Ip SAT.
OESKieKKD BEATS. Thy Powerf Melodrama.
)( UNDKIt. TI1K l.AHII.
ul- Becureeeau In advance.
UOo. ll.ware of speculators.
"" Dec. l-IIallen A Hart'e Flnt
COc. Priie IDEALS.
TTtDEN MUSEE, 33D ST., I1ET. 6TH A BTII AVES.
Hi New Urmips. New Paint I Ufa. New Attraction..
and hla 11UNUAH1AN OKOHKHTUA.
Concerta from S to 6 and 8 to 11.
Adralaalon to all, M oentsi children 3d eenta.
AJBKB The Matlfrlns Choae Automaton.
Wthal. audwar NUrhtl. "JJftJ.. "
FIIANK 1IOWAIID, reeteet balhuT infer.
Laat week of " Blaok Vauit" and Mnsteal Slrtlncs.
TONY PASTOR'S GREAT SHOW.
ANDY AND ANNIE HU0I1K-ALUEHT (JL1VKS.
A IIMOHY HALL VAUDEVILLE THEATRE.
IBS and 160 Heeler at.
Vlrat.Glaaa Variety Company. Oon.tant chanse of bill.
other end of tho tout, each hand levelling a
cocked revolver, and tho two miners were
coworinu before tho deadly barrels, aghast
" Now, then. Bill Porter and Jim Winter,
aro you ready ? for, by heaven, you aro dead
men in two minutes! Bay your prayers, for
your bowics aro no match for these!
Jack stopped in astonishment. Swift and
noiseless as a cat had Fawneyo entered the
tent, and was now standing behind the ter
rified miners, a silver-mounted pistol in her
right hand, and her bronze faco twitching in
terrible auger. ,
" Don't shoot, Fawnoyo," cnod Jack, in
Tho two men simultaneously turned round.
As thoy did so, Jack sprang forward and
felled them to the floor with tho butts of his
weapons. Thoy lay Beuscloss.
" Ood bless you, Fawneye I" said Jack, as
ho drew her to his breast, and pressed a pas
sionato kiss on tho warm lips.
Disengaging herself from him, the panting
girl whispered hor full cheeks glowing tho
while liko tho red blossom of the sumac
' Juck, do you lovome willyou marry me ?"
Jack's fuco fell as he replied i "Fawneyo,
you havo beon, and always will be, my dearest
friend ; but "
" Say no moro t Fawneye will return to her
father," she said, in low, mournful tones.
"Jack, kiss poor Fawneye ouce again the
white-face will not complain ; for tho Indian
has saved hor lover's life. "
e e e e e
"Is Miss Moorsom at home Miss Annie
Moorsom f " demanded a bronzed and bearded
man of tho girl who had answered his hasty
'" Mibs Anuie Moorsom !"
" Yos, yes is sho at homo?"
" No, sir ; sho lias just gouo out with her
husband. Her naino now is Mrs. Word."
" Annlo Moorsom Mrs. Ward f "
" Yes, sir ; she was married last week."
"Ah!" was all that told of the agony in
Jack llraddon's heart all that showed now
suddenly a world bright with love and joy
had grown cold and cheerless. The bronsea
.face turned away to hide its sunless, despair
lug eyes f isim the wondering child. Stepping
slowly down the gravelled path, Jack lingered
fMftiuomuR,iu9 Kuto wheia It tutd la
lifADISON BQUARE THEATRE. -' HELD
Ivl Mr. A.M. PALMER.... . . ,...,,..,,.Bole ManaxtoJ ftsH
gIVKNIN,aSAT8.30. BATUttDAtf m'aTINKUaTX h&M
iSor "ELAINE." 1
ErentnfSun "A sntwrb presentation." .aeael
. HEAT8 RESERVED 3 WBBKH IN ADVANCE. 4&H
ttASINO. BROADWAY AND 88TU BtV. "tlsH
ETenlnrsatB. MaUnee, Saturday at 3. fcSB
TUB JOLLIEST OF ALL OOMIO OPERAS,
Reoelred with oontlnnous laughter and applause. '-tTlefefeal
JOURNAL A boomlnaTauoo.es. Full of oomedy. .'faeefal
ADMISSION, Mo. Heau aeenred month ahead. VH
FIFTH AVE. THEATRE. KiH
LABT3NiUHTH. MATrNKEBATUllDAYATa. ''M
IlOYT'B LATEST COMEDY BATniB, M
A HOLE IN THE -GROUND. SM
'. Monday, Deo. 19-MR. MOHATtD MANBsTBLD, jM
Firm AVENUE THEATRE. MONDAY VKX VLH
MR. niUHARD llfl
In Ilia own oomedy, MONSIEUR. 3M
Beat, may now be eeenred. -m '-&rH
YOEUM THBATRR. a an MajBB ""KsH
LJaC THE WIFE. 1
Nm Monday 6Uth BooTanlr Might. ' 'SSgeB
f SHE." J
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. VrlJgggei
XTALLACK.'o "" uMgoH
TV ETenlngsatoMB, Matinee Saturday at 3.IS, WfeeH
Characters by Momt. Oamond Tearle, narry Edwaiog, geaeael
J. W. Pli ott, lime. Ponlal, Mlas Netta Union and MM liggggei
Roee Oogblan. 'gfteaoV
- A TH BTREET THEATRE-COR. SIXTH AVS. gefl
A.MZ Matinee. Wedneeday. and Saturdays. iSneaeael
POSITIVELY LAST TWO WEEKS 01 SMggoaoi
DKaiAM THOMPMON aagoaoao!
IN T1IIS tll.O UO.-ltKMTtUn. 'Saoae!
Oall.ry. 38a. Itcerred. 8oo., Wo.. 7oc.. SI. fLM. , " $H
AOADHMY LAMT TIIUKKTIMFS. $H
ftllHlt). 33o., sue,. 7So. AS1. , 2H
Gllmor. A Tompkins, BOO! II A BARRETT. Sate 4 ISgggofl
Propa A Maoagrs. begins Tuesday neat. tiegeel
LjOU RICE'S BURLESQUE OOMPAJfrT" "'Sgeaeaeal
OPERA- 8 artlata In lOoe DUey'a , . 'Jgexexei
HOUSE. sumptuous producUon OX 3aoBOBeral
THE TllH rOUMAIU. - SbbbbbB
CORBAIR. Etenlngaata. Mate Wed. A Baa, sit , ?geH
PjOOLE'HTUEATnE. 8th St, near fth in, Veaeaeaeal
PRICES I AUREATniT. MATDVftKr Bgoaoaoael
10o 30c, THE NEW PLAY, MON.. WKK, igexexel
SUc, SOc I 1,000.004 THUll, BAK tlrexexexel
NEXT WEEK. TAKEN FROM LIFE. tgeH
STAR THEATRE. DBOIDED SUOCBatJ. Jkcbobobobi
.IIIHM JI7LIA JfArtI,OVyP, sgoaoaol
Ropportf d hr Mr. JOSEPH II AWOllTn. VLaoaoH
THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, "TWELFTH NIOQT. SHH
Dec. IV. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Florcnoo. T 'JtgM
T Rea.rred aeata, orchetrm, olrole and balcony. 69a. ?JeBBaeaeael
Next Hunday-PROP. OltOMWfiLIS lecture. ,'JgeaeeeH
" Ban Franclaoo and the Far West." -sgezealssM
times gone by hold Annie by the hnnH aml Wf&fHKm
kissed her a dozen times "good-night." AaT-BBnH
he was about to leave, ho overheard o oouBtg)Jn9BJKHBH
busily engagod in conversation, coming teigzynilgl
wards him. The one was Annie the otheawir'frSH
hor husband. 3VJ-lj IBB
"She shall see me onco more, then," aa(K I 'JffitW
again that long-drawn "Ahl" MSI
As Mrs. Ward reached tho gate, she xafir ' - 'isfl
astonishod to see the swarthy. beaisNK ' SBJ
stranger filling tho gateway with his bnssBf '' .$mfl
limbs. But, bowing courteously, shsK'r raBLm
quired : " Whom do you wish to see, slrljlp' - '
" Annie Moorsom." itsMi ' jHH
But she did not recognize the voico, IfljBl BH
so low and bo hoarse ; and Jack resumf&K7 19H
" Annie, I am Jaok Broddon. YobvSB''' eflfl
perhaps, remember mo. One shonflsaw' tfslH
ago this vory day beheld our uajflJBf'Jx ''' 9H
went far West to make you rich- toJHRhr ' 'flei
fold. I havo found all that I uredJ.rjaJC BH
have come homo only to returu,mHagv nBI
rado Ravine " and his last wcm1mi' , 1 aBB
tinged with bitter reproachf ulness. f4o.t 9
by, and may your treachery never hHmfii& -aWM
on your children." 4f , , wHH
teli- i' 'itmmm
Ileador, it is useless to spin otjMsw teWo 'oHgHH
much further. Fawneye is my 'iBbi ma1 rSHsLH
God bless her 1 When I left -rJEi.jU ". MMLU
lago, I thought that the worldajHejeX ugea rt aJkHHHI
again be enjoyable to me. jflpMsreiTsW 'alfiHsH
bronze-skinned darling CtolonBrVlsisamsgC- "oBbbHsI
has taught me otherwise. Sho '(i gsstiu3Sty '-flHI
my memory ; and when I had SgKraael kSiS cnteflsH
old haunts, and thrown gfrMm fJitaB'1 wfimLU
edge of tlio ravine hear-- ksHsT waeaf'ST rVMNsmH
first thing that met my - uhtjkiitc oj(M tW ' IfiHHI
plateau was Fawneye. 'WsBraMKaeaHsHH
air; she hoard the sc 1 1 . aasT'sieJVy IB 1HH
prairie wind she ran "MjtmA iluF -sHHH
Ling and a.orying oi yiJJpat iSaamssMt V!bbHs1
moment I felt happi uHKtMOsZatBg: "J - ftSBsHsl
wo were married. - 'Butt assMrCeiaaB ''iJftBssTagH
twr ew, aaejKjgajBae. " fVaawajajgej
won mine. j . . k, . gfflMW
As for Annie, I s "W wsV t fW '-' 'HHH
this sketoh by belt ' liUEl i . .THnB H
say nothing at all timm T.r laflfl
TO'U W ls1UiL' ( n '$BKn