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A MY IN WOMAN`S CLOTHES.
sees mi eM a h I.W M mar.sh move"
now Tob r. of g(I IC·smI Neqir.
T em Is in dows saeer sadme that
arn seemetor u.epedaetles of a sabhi.
bersaW WI. with hwe. head. sad .tads
genet- frtwdw omo. the wail, with
-wgg. toshds. at sant Is meld flulag It
- of asks. .bolm, with a [MICes
sluhfmat old Gem..aa h bwhan
m-je-e rsrlml The oth errll
W9 £ a -
l.. wd plaee i a .a eansr. an. 11
IS.U. miU EiS w firn ym~inrd
Smi hte assuage from
a ekd sprats frm the
watem of V.1, wham m thought
moides fao rom
prow 0" tad heell u
a wgr slemedsa soft tweakfell
NOW~W~ ad voces whme rdi
we.r eseaimed: ' bow
see Ye.? law glad t d uarseI bld
ts taters, bhut who told wee that
ehewar we awegaed I. lKogr £ DIial'
mi~hdeg cnosest ball We bad Smiehed
a· crbi prate Captber and .be ws Im
eprs t t-crethe, saIed ohe b e
i~-ar-a..bIb lr "No ' omitohr hai
wJee4. "ýYoung geautlemam
wp bsa r saind -a l a bher
meea qsluel eallvr tlwosag * abye
--Whre-' our friend T- he asked.
"Gutti ready for the ballet scene, I
*= " she replied. Then she added:
9Wh the matter with him that he
wante fm Agure as a wonan T Blems me if
I wouldabe a rnaa eVrcy minute if I Was
This aroused my keen curiosity. and I
asked for partinulars. The gentleman
wh. had joMed a= had been educated in
Germany an hswas wa etKwt
Obe manme altered: " In Gotti e lbad a
Maet Intimate friend, a RusLian? named
Gaisisrwmk He was is wben he came to
the unlTm ltyt slender and gillsb in fka
-%, but of stron mi indominate
U eweal of hiWsllow.utilents anderooek
to5 kid be ch ged one after an.
elwpu s them all with such
. Uwas the best swordema I ever
in G t tagesia aought dmen anel
i. the sohrUer. ad sIever reced a
rc It was a saying that the strip
Sa wrist of Iron, and feared no
an. One feature of his physical mak
e was In. igulr t contrast to all the rest.
He had a eard of strong fiser and
thick mad rapid growth. He was far from
ea homme always that bueMablak olor
whch marks the shaven faces of heavily
bearded men. He ftted a rat deal
about hise tong beard. For three years
there was nothing In Garsinaki different
froum what I tave outlined. He
eft Gotteingen a year before I di.
I was grieved to part with him; a e was
brave meam a rare scholar, a fascinating
eoampanio and a true friend. I neat saw
Garainloi ao the Trave, the ship which
brought a both to America. A woman
the womma ou see sitting at that table
.ertrd.doed herself to s a my old friend,
my amiable aopeaIon, the stripling with
the wrist of ro whwo feared no ma i You
milet No, you wonder so did I; be
would give me but one nt of infornia
ton rliardign himself- was a Russian
y~ I. ve met tahm twice since our ar
rval, aace at the Amm theater and
a oe -nit at the Aren. Why he is in
woman's clothesI do not know;a he may
be hee. be may be mad ; the fact is ama
oto gear with the reason of our
meerrouedlagsa violence to the order and
the common ecoe o the nineteenth eos
tursa outside at Russia."
"Anld ~ te q er lookig fbllow " the
saoubrea laterposed, ' i a paser l the
ballet mauquaerde sene at Kooster
Blrl's now. Al t hebre s Louis."
The nama was no softly pronounced as
to be adlible oaly to our parts as to the
peran to whom it was addressed a saucy
womarn I a ancr cosume and her face
haddn a l doino. She told her tfu
mdL a oahedmlling close around ier
the wrap whichb id her stage coetume.
"Pemit reme," said the menlemna, "to
wpmt yeu to msy ICdd.
T woman seated herself and fo Ave
es aveersed vivaciul and bril
Tbea she excused herself and
rose I. bhack to her stage duties. Her
voles was low and gentle. As far as that
wet is might have been the
vee d r man or wonan, but in
parting hs accepted a glass of chain
sand raising her veil slightly to
dr4n iS--ebrap th/e reveolation was pur
poed--lepodfor f la nonent a heavily
bearded, ew-raaosed. blue-black chin.
Wellu, well I had liscovemed a man
aad In other respects, an unmanly
man- seemed to p refer being a wo
man. I shall msed to nim a marked copy
of this letter ia the bmgewrr. pnartlto
show him to him and partly to let him
read the ensuing account, out of ordi
Shr - sanals. of what feualninilty
memm feftiLls on a girl:
Tea years ago James street was what it
Sow-. dlr thooughfatre of the slumns.
ties anel flth. moral and
wave then its chlef e.
mats, astmas nae now ad have h bee
r a Im eveI r avr eueL
and a issawa wsned James street
Sm-hee. o t a midnIighv ar
in wl Jams street ebmehb,. aul a
w as.I ahtve u.7wi lb.s Pht. I
eme end eI j Ise srves aare
;lm ml barehol is othe
ea las saemsat that lo oks as
bin ppose, a otesl as well as a rue
sit .eplsa a ge roem of fair
eamy t mhor. A eaerve efor
-asAm oish was d
asr aa msal Uim, amd as
_r dew e
/tnri= as a nae an
ýý fiý. rriadw berg
dame i an =1W ---'--=w--su
hID tmmu. AS linsM OWhi.Iu~
emasia a da W0g6"kwMa. fil of Mar's
Va11gm'. ajuaus dl...., sarakmsg
s.imal eam and~mi eardo A al
lb&,.: la o If =1 satShe
=inbm do Windowmet
.e a sise bem east
s sad hlmsa phmm wavhn. of a b.
ea a a veIW- r y
whe sbin and to as "a
beb did not him, and wme nt ,In
Lher IUal. Ina a slean a earname
ilboa r e: h natched
the hwth lr. b ack of
his h fethed her meb a knork on the
ide . f the lbead that she was tumbled ofr
tue soap boa into the gater. That
Sno to have aimouated to
h al me how bes did nol
e amib---d til blow with thel
bndily Indlferm eos that was habitul with
her. Sbo layr le the atemr moetisoem and
did ol oedr to e uýpagai and isellyv
an ambulance had to be called, sad at
b.e Chamber mtre. e hospital the child's
head was put in compuseees for fear do
bra fSern and her broken Jaw was at
tesndedl o tr the doctorm. That wans a In
elident In FIre.ncea Vallero'm earl areer.
I wih I knew a ore about her at that time
but ber father when be struck her there
after, wars careful not to break her bone
or tumble her over so that her head would
strike hard on the pavemenat. At least, I
hm e was, for shebs did not come
a at that period into the notice of the
pl. who arethe on oune from whrhlich
suoh informtion i Ulikely to bh fort.bom
tfnia this week, about 11 o'clock,
old Chatal steret was startled hr a s
rles of woman's shrieks. I maid startled
perps I hould ma Interested; the sixth
ward L not eatl.y bstartled an incident
of that nature. The shrleks carme from
a house Jrust off the great thoroughfare, In
Pell steet. They were shrill amnd loud,
and sounded Urgent. A pair of brown hel
mea aed under the lamplight and
two polmesme were in the bo.. while
the neighorbooad was still ri .
crowd p-ad the narrow wary fo
heOther pol-en camssue and
the aob away momo thea door
of theborn, a dimeutahe place, fe
q uened m tly n . A the end
.t tea minutes an ambulance came clang
la nlo the mrees. A budle o hman
was tOght outo the bone nd ace
in it two paleemen followed, b n
a bht glp between them a Chinaman,
whos hand and face were stained with
blood I and word went ound that a waoman
had been eut by a pig-ail and was so
badly snjured that she was likely to die.
u5sy m5Reurwa uwarM we 5awuy m -a.
At the Chambers street hospital the
woman's name was entered on tee record
according to custom. If the doctors had
turned back ten years they would have
found the same name-Francesca Vallero.
She was not as badly injured as rumor
maid. The Chinaman had stabbed her a
dosen times, but the wounds were all In
bet arms, with which she had warded his
blows. They were painful and seriou*,
but not dangerous. Francera looke
more than 17. Traces of the rich Italian
beauty that marked her childhood were
observable in ber but they were not very
many. She was drunk when she reached
the hospital, and cursed volubly in Fourth
ward nqulish. Nobody would have
thought of her as a daughter of sunny
Italy. Her father and mother rstill live on
James street, and she spends her leisure
with them. She has walked Chatham
square for two years. Her baby sister is
a girl of 11, and will e a woman before
long. _ _
GROOM I 7. BRIDE I 5.
A Patr er Caltew Levers Chased by as
Mr. Dan Huff anme time ago became
enamored of Miss Chandler, of Banks
county, Georgia. They agreed to keep
their engagement a profound sere.t from
the parents of the oug lady. At the ap.
pointed time las Thurday morning they
started to church ust after the old folfk
had left for the ane destlination, sue
ceedeed in gettlng in advance of them
and made their way hastily to Danieleville.
The young lady's father soon had grounds
to suspec the op be sequel to the
diisapprnce o e /oung folks. He
mounted a Seetlooted bhore and soon
found their trail, and purmued them
as fast as possible. The young couple ar
rived at Danieisville, drove up to Mr. Kin
nebrew's, and soon after the heated ani
mal of the father passed the house bhear
ing its master. In his haste the "old
man" failed to see the "turnout" standing
by the wayside, and passed them by.
After he passed there was no tinm to lome.
The young man obtained a license and
the services of a justice and the coaule
were married. Soon after the ceremony
the uncle of the bride rode up. He had
also followed them, but arrived too late.
The father bad lost track of them rand
turned hack. He rode up and found his
15-year-old daughter a bride. He wau rs.
cited, but was calmed down on flunding
that his rane could he of no avail. The
grono is 1i years of age.
iFAMbta of Toba..
From the Wahisiaxtnn Post.
The delewrtiui< effectto of tobacco have
once snore bit-eta brought to our boctked
attention. A gentleman 98 yearn olal, out
in Michigan, ecratched a match on fin
trousers' leg in the good <ld-fashionedl mad
hitherto harnless manner. intending to
light bhi pipe. The match, which was of
the 'p&rlor" variety, made such a sudden
and tremendous crackling noise as to
startle a dog sleeping upon the floor,
whereupon the dog bounding up with a
yelp, frightened away two men
who were trying to enter the
house by a rear window presumably to
rob the old gentlenum, wVo in believed to
have a Iage mum of money In his bouse.
One of the men, running away, fell into a
cistern and was nearly drowned. That is
a considerable concatenation of circum
stances to be related in two or three sen
tences, but enough is told to show that the
old gentleman's pernicious habit of amok
iUg nearly cost that housebreaker his life;
anl thi, coincides with the opinion we
have often expresed, that tobacco is a
baneful herb, an underminer of the
stronest constitutions. _
whe Ty.e** 3.eomge.
mt s New tYek Me.emr.
Jack Roberts tells a tunny yarn about
the rules of nreoe.u It had been
n ceo bula board of a New
tork Ib a to binvariably t the
t lThes wasr dOn t
sens . r Jack had depated
n the rae onse and bhes admoslbead
brthe fena-. He said t would never
agalrn. The ,mh t an edtr,
"Ms mor IL tUmhe haI te at hal past ame." 1
Well the proof war nmed over to Jack
for him to correct, d s bas,,air
peered te neat maor.iag:
"Mmmi mem to he be. love. at *. p. i." '
Thee w va acaenc' lae .1 the e
DIVoScRO iN OnUOW.
Pree-ilw ar Whisb M& SAM Was me
h leMUi Vu temo Usy Semi 9 Ua IM
turon dw lAmdwUw Cowi = -de
A womman wans divased ewda
heleawa In this elW yawested. The me.
limrsmry vet took plasm ato imhe t
pie of the D Jakekb, No.
1w Wet Market slmet. It w amid to be
the sttiMme In the exiteme of Louis
wille, ad one of the few limme Am the him
lory Olt ahe weser hmiphre that a
like vrammony hae bern ebm
A phamM of the relinkas eelftwas of the
ebiiren of Abraham, whsk Is me obhs
let that moss Whan hatf the Jews them
selves are MAt swam that It ever
*xisted, was reveald br th erernMay.
Those of the reformed Isrntel who
knew of it spoke of It with ehagin that
even the orthodox Jews should cling to
what they considered the relil of an un
enlightened age, or else they spoke of it
with ridiculs. But the orthodox Jews,
qiral to the teacbings of their remote fore
fathers, treated the matter in aU uerious
-es. and nauntained that tw Injunctions
of the Hebrew testauent nevewseated the
ceremonr. About a hundred persons, men
women and children, witnessed the core
Te prmao upon whom all attention
was centered was Mrs. sme lavin,
living as iS Preston street. She is about
twenty-six years of age, and her features
and form ase quite attsmotive. tlbt i the
widow o Josepb Levin, the Polish Jew
peddler, who met his death ia a truis
manner, at the lads of two ýobbers, li
Bullitt county, lastI mmmer. The circum
stances of She kilUlin of Levia and the
lynchingof one of ass murdsers a few
days later at Steperdvisle, are wed se
memsbeed. L was attacked within a
few hundred yards of a farm horse near
Belmont, a station on the L NX. railroad,
twenty-Ave miles from L sill on the
morasning of Wednesday JuneS7 Har
Aldell, alas lowest, and bThomas t_
and was shbot dwn without even
being asked to smve up his aoney
and waes. After rling his
pockets, the robbter ran away
at the approach of a usan, who witnessed
their deed from a distanee. Levin was
broubt to this eity di The murder
eas robbers waere caht a next
day and lodged in dhe s
whence a msnob took themere dest
July 1. to lynch them. Arde.
the kWing and said Mitheli trid to dis
suade him from shooting. Upnthis be
Iynehers bung Asddl , whose r lives
ear . Pitturg, Pa., and remmned Mithelt ,
whose home is in Jerersonll, to Jail,
where he now is. Levin a day
and died. His wife was a chbidle.s
widow. The orthodox Jewish tenets ex
poundet by the ultr exacing rabbls foll
lowed the cuamo o the twelve tribesa f
1 hoýl,b t a similar case to that of Mr.
evin is so rae that it beenms remark
able. even to the maost orthodo Jews.
The laws of the church, in eRect even
today, are that if a woman sl childles
when she is left a widow, she is at the
will of her husband's eldest brother. The
latter ny comel the wiow to marry
him If he so deore ar he may tfee her
from this necessity. But she can never
mrr37 another without belt divoreed
from her husband and his beotber..
cording to the rltes of the church. The
husaband, on his deathbed, mtay release
his wife from any obligation to his brother
by a certain ceremony and a written In
strum ueut of divorce. In much case t.h
wife may remarry after her husband's
death. This is the usual form where a
childless wife is about to he left a
wklow, hut in the case of Levin
whose death summons ame ms.d
denly in the shape of a pistol ball.
it coukld not be followed. At least
it was not. But several months after his
death the comely widow began to yearr
for freedom from the liability of being
called upon by Levin's oldest brother to
become his wife. She flnally decided to be
freed accordingr to the orthodox JeworTe
requirpeuent. To perform this _mo
It was asecesary to have two rabbis from
out of the city those here not having the
power, according to the church laws. t
wreut the divorce. Two Chicago rbbi
were then communicated with, and It was
aanged that the cesremony should take
p lacehere yesterday. The rabbis arrived
Mturday eveningl and at 10 o'clock yes
terday morning everything was in readi
nsasor the aunusual event.
W NOW N11C uiuui wvVWu
Th temple where the faithful of the
Bnai Jakob congration worship I. a
rr one. It is a halon the second Boor
of one of the tumble-down row of aquatty
three-story houses on the north side of
Market street, between First and Brook,
where the densest population of smeoid
hand dealers ra-ppcklers and
dealers live an do bminess. A few do
away is where Harry Smart and his wife
Melener Green and Belle Ward slept the
night before they started up the river on
the trip when Smart comnlitted the dobtle
murder for which he was b tn'oed.
The wa into the temple s tub
difty, dark Pa= and up a darker,
dirtier ight of tars. The ha ocupe
the whole of the second Boor at No. ,18.
and I. large enough to aeromemodate Iev
era hundred people, but there are seats
for only habout fifty. The other furniture
consists of three rough pine tables and a
bookcase, in which are various Hebrew
ThIe news had gone abrod amoung the
orthodoz Israelites of the event which
war to occur, and it war the engroasing
theme of all their conversations. long
before the hour for tbe ceremony to be
in tIer began to amaemble on the block.
SPolih and Russian Jews being large
ly predominant. An admission charge of
twenty-five cents wars made to witness the
ceremony and fully a hundred were in
the hall when the time arrived to begin.
Nearly as many more were gathered
along the kidewalk.
The ceremoon began by the two rabbis
seati theserves at a able in a apace
inelosed hy wire, and opening twoe
brew Testament. On the table W.
other books, two mingle e- a
one ..L. -E i candelaiha. The
from the was cndles In thus
dispelled the looawbih even t bead
munlight eold not ba.sh from the dark
hall. Israel Moue Levia, eldest
of the deceased Auband of Mrs.m
Levin, and the widow hersel, dbe
fore the rabbtls. The spectators
as close about theem as they t.
The rabbei read Pfrm the open hanks, and
asked Israel Moses Ivin wether wasr
his Latention to claim his brother's widow
fora wife. He aeswered "No."
A long . hhin . ts q a we
al as-etistd. raensy sdre
ad forhm d sld S the H . easae td
ones crosedd over to a front orear
thm ball. She rabbals ao eamoanyl
the rowd ur behnld. H e dead
naan'q ebly oflr rsmovud one of his
shoes and sooks, and roled hi r
above bli kmne. Asothe of the fseoko
reel's foot. A rhablbi theoan aove heim afoot
anud a thwas n laced -p
a lý to k s ý and , =Sot u the
while uttering Hebew weeds. Mest the
widow bert downa, with Aer left
hand, untied thae lerse
knot Into wehich tehn h i
tied. he unwuad theta s tWm
lernel'. * with he. left had, a aseem
wisth her bt wmoved dhe foot e-vIng.
M- t '--n -- -him
- an waker and i m
Tha"= - taetrm sdi - the Low
wimns.td d womin-w d Ant
wail over madA rahm an am.wrem
calld uon oprett rows fann widow.
At do.. hIedw hum teomta etvery Wile
othe% ,a= prayd.a feewliilrolled
ver cawi Weker and sm lmad. 1=
In the «meanti theM *rabbi ma tMM ittled
:=aI bfwnlnd s(nmw and FUMIf-x
a teeetAudd SnOME
Tved and tecememonie owan am angoen.
ltaterw, mdthela rabbd returne to Chiago
crooning of Ow old wonsma was tUniw 1,
wsllif« MW) AbmNdr ad I-es wer
catlled upon t0 oqe pthec «g* nting widow.
A doom hurried far i-«~omsivee who*
othrs. rM h ec-*d*ciodlled.
In the sm-atigne the rabbis set at a UOU,
table and r-,d their em~anient. undis
tU114Md In a row womments the woanu re.
vtred and the ceremmonu was as an and.
Mrs. Levin was taken bcmne an hour
laer and the rabbis returned t hec
=1-nichs. t hcg
WY. L. no03. Pmjdgse
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Brlmm¢ Irvtg lFtru ai T*am V-
ooOD WINRW, l1QUOI AND DODM
TIC AND IMPOB.rD CIGA.