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THE AltGl'S; WEDNESDAY, DECEMBE1I 23-1891.
DEATH BY COMPACT
Terribie Hesults of a Suicide
Woo dyatt's Music H
Highest of all in LeaVening Power. U. R. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
No. 1804 Second Av
THREE OUT OF FOUR PERSONS DEAD
A SET OF PEARLS.
An English Lady Robbed by a
ETAETLING END OF A LIBEL SUIT.
The Vrosrcutrlx Vrovrn . ti i It j of the
Crime of StriilliiK from Her Hmt"sj.
Futile Kflort of the Thief to Hide Het
Shuttle Iefeeiel Through Her lnlor-
uent f Hank ItilN Married While I ll
tler the Accusation she lirtriiya Het
Iliihlmlid 1'Hith itml lvit lofi.
I'Mm, D.v. 2S. The yeuwit ion of the
vek in fashionable scandals ha liccii lie
uit for liU'I of Mrs. O.j'tiiin Osborne
Bainst the wife of Major llartrrenvcr.
Over a yeiir n;o Mi. 1 Ijirtircaves had
house part 5- at her residence at Torquay,
mid anionic the iruests was Mrs. Oslwirim.
TluriiiK this time 11 valuable set of pearls
disappeari-d from Mrs. ll.-ir.irrcavcs' dressing-room,
ntut that lady wascf eoiiM1,
much tlisfresseil at their loss. For some
reason Mi's. ( KOonie was suspected of
tealing the j earls and this pot abroad, if
course sn cominx to the eai"s of the ac
cused lady. Hence the lil-l suit. Sir
Charles Kussell was counsel for Mrs. Os
liorue and Sir Kdwnrd Clarke for Mrs.
Hargreaves. ami the trial has tieeii in pro
gress for several days,
A Sennit ion In Court.
Thenmny fashionable visitors to the court
room had sett lei I down to the enjoyment of
the points brought out in evidence one
intimation of the prosecution bciiii; that
Mrs. llanjre.tves had siolen her own jew
els w hen the ease collapsed suddenly y 9
terday liy Sir Charles Kussell withdraw
ing the suit. This was a thunderclap for
the audience, and the reason for this ac
tion constitutes one of the most interest.
im; chapters of lii iti-.li rriminal history.
"Society' fairly quivered from the shock,
and may be said to lie more than satisfied
at the sodden ptul of the case in view of its
sensational denouement. The end was
brought about by a letter from Benjamin
Sc Sons, tailors, Conduit street.
It At orried sir Charles.
This letter was hnndml to Sir Charles
Russell by Justice Deuhain Monday, ami
it was evident from the noted counsel's
manner that he was very much annoyed.
He immediately asked for an udjoimimeiit
to yesterday, which was agreed to by Sir
Kdward Clarke, and the audience went
home wjinileriiu; what was up. When
court opened yesterday the curiosity whs
Kreat and was soon- gratified to know
what was in that lettur. It should 1
stated that on Kelt. 23 last Spenk & Sotis,
Bond street jewelers, purchased from a
mysterious lady a set of jear!s. Sooa
after making the purcliase the firm had
reason to believe that the jewels were
Vcre the Stolen .Irwels. ,
Mrs, Ilargrcavex had advertised lier lost
jewels offering a reward for their recovery,
Spenk & Sons, liclicving as they did, com
municated with Major Hargreaves, and it
was soon established that the jewels wern
the stolen mes. N.w for lienjamin St
Sons' letter. Briefly it said that on Feb. 23
last, a lady Asked a memlier of the firm to
change the sum of 5.V) in gold into an
equal sum in bunk notes. The firm, not
Laving that amount of money in their
afe, introduced the lady in question to the
National and Provincial bank's branch
honse in Picadilly. There she was accom
modated with the i'.ViO in hank notes in
exchange for gold. This sain, wa-s the
price paid for the stolen pearls by Spenk &
STUDIED" ciNATOR PLUMB.
THE THIEF IS RUN DOWN
And Proves To Be Mrs. Osborne The Cap
tain's Misplaced Confidence.
From the bank the mysterious lady went
to a tradesman in Bond street who
changed the notes back into gold, but re
quired her to sign her name on t he back of
the notes. With the fatuity that often
governs the actions of morn skil'ful crim
inals than Mrs. Osliorne, that lady for she
was the mysterious one signed her own
name, and by this means the theft was
made plain. The notes were traced
through the Hank of Kngland back to
Mrs. Osborne. Captain Osborne visited the
bank and his feelings may be imagined
better than dpscrilied when he was there
confronted with t lie indisputable evidence
of his wife's guilt.
The Fair Thief Confesses.
He at-tmce proceeded to his home and
told his wife of what had lieen pointed out
to him at the bank. Mrs. Osborne saw at.
once that her denials and protestations of
innocence would avail her nothing. She
broke down completely and confessed to
herhUHliandth.it she had deceived him
and that she had stolen hi" friend's jewels.
Captain Osborne is a general favorite and
on every side great sympathy is felt fur
him. He holds an unexceptionable posi
tion in society, anil his record in the army
Is a good one.
Married Her In Spite of the Charges
He had the greatest confidence in the
' honor of his wife, and was willing to go
to any length to prove that her character
had been maligned. He was engaged to
her when the accusation was first made
against her. He heard of the charges but
f course denied them, and so deep was
, his love for her and his confidence in her
integrity that he placed no belief in the
accusations, and he married her, feeling
sure that proceedings in court would es
tablish her innocence of the terrible churge
lie t rayed by the Woman He I.oved.
How he was lietrayed by tiie women he
onored by making his wife is now a
matter of record in the court. None hut
kind words are heard concerning him, but
his wife is bitterly condemned, it is not
yet known what action the police will take
in the matter. Should Mrs. Osborne be ar
rested and prosecuted the authorities can
easily compel Mr. and Mrs. Hargreaves to
appear in. court ad testifg.agftinst her.
An Actor Who Imp. .vomited the Male
fonu on the Mage.
Is.l.APKLfliIA, Dec. Si. William H.
Crhp, the actor and impersonatro of
"Vl Senator'' in the play of the same
m ine, in an interview says that it was in
si ired by Senator Mum It's ivrsonality, ol
w lich he was au ardent admirer. Crant
first saw Senator 11 u mb about three years
ago when, on the invitation of a friend, lit
oc -upicd a seat in t he senate gallery ami
wis particularly impressed with the sena
tor's earnestness in debate and his breezy
tie -ticulat ions and his western style. He
sttured an introduction to the senatot
through ' Senator Blackburn, and all the
pa lies became dii-piy iulcrcMcd in tht
uiMussiii, especially t tie iale senator.
The Man He'd lleen 11 mil i it g lor.
Crane Maid: '1 carefully studied him
fro u head to f-et, and left w ith the idea
that he was just the man 1 had la-en hunt
ing for. Now that was U fine 'The Sena
tor' was written, but he w as the inspira
tion of the part I have so frequently acted
since."' Crane met thesr.alor frequently
siiu e that tinin. and they bt- ame sincere
fiieai's. When he was in Washington iast
January Senator I'luiub gave the actor a
lun neon in his committee room, a part of
which was produced ill the third act of
the play. That night I'liunb and Hiack
bur i, who had attended the huicbvuu,
V. el t so see t he play.
l'iumli and the Hiult II it.
Crane continued: "So infectious wss
thei hearty, unsophisticated humor llit
1 co: if esscd to Senator i'lumb t he circum
stances of our tirst meeting. lie .seemed
delighted at the idea and complimented
me n my representation of his manner
"Iidn't the senator criticise your 'get
up' on account of wearing -t loli hat ui
"Veil, no; he never criticised it. Hut
oue night while lie was in my dressing
roon at one of the New York theatres i
happened to pick up a iiigh hat from the
talilt, and incidentally remarked that I
had lieen tol-.l he had never worn a hUh
hat i i his life. He said hi- had never worn
one Lut once a hat he won on an election
bet ind Mild that one for a do'.iar, Ijti
caust it did not suit Lis jrianer constliu
WHY CHICAGO WANTS $5,000,003
Iler-eiitative Mel.umi 1'uU the l'et in
I'laln I ii i ted states.
Washington. Dec. -.Si. representative
Mcliann, of Chit-ago, talks uli.m; the pro
posed appropriation of f.-,ii.ni' i for the
World's fair in a n-w light. He ays that
this t mount would not lie necessary if it
were not for the addition to the original
plans by the national commissiim. -It is
said that Chicago," continued McOaim,
"asks this money Us-a.ise the city has not
been able to raise its original subscript ion.
On the contr.-rv Chicago has raised !.!,-
I IKK) mi re than she promised, or t: l.HO.UM
instead of :;:, HX t.i M K (
Done by the National Commission.
'As 1 have said, this sum would have
been amply suljicient had it not been for
the en arncmcnt of the exposition scin-me
by lh.! national commission, a coiiinus
frion, by the way. that lias to appro e every
thing June by the loci.l directory, not only
in the matter of expcuiiitures. but in the
very indorsement of the plans Ii weinrry
out tin- ideas of the national commissim
we wil need this additional sun: of imuie'
that we now ask of congress "
WAS NO SKELETON OF HIS'N
SiliM Knut Knot-kit the Verdict of a Core
tier's Jury Mllv.
IONIA. Mich., Dec Si Two weeks age
the skeleton of a man was found in t he
woisls in Cate township, near here, and
after considerable difficulty was identified
almost beyond question as that of Silas
Kent, w ho had been missing from ids home
here for three years The coroner's jury
which sit on the case accepted the identiti
cation of the hotly, and on Saturday ren
dered verdict that the remains were
those of Kent and that he had been deai
for a yei r.
And Now Here Conies That Kent Alive.
Asemation resulted Monday, in conse
epience, when the real Silas Kent, after an
ulisence of three years in the state of
Washington, put in an appearance very
much al ve. The mystery surrounding the
skeleton is now deeper than ever, though
the. entire county polite force is working on
Found "Old Chris'" Stvortl.
New (iKK, Dec. 23. The sword which
Christopher Columbus wore when he dis
covered America is in Hohoken. At least
Fair Commissioner Stickler, of Cermany,
w ho is here en route to Chicago, says u
sword wl ich he has with him . is the genu
ine weap in. It was taken from the muse
um of Salzburg, and will 1m- exhibited at
the fair. Mr. Stickler says that he has in
his possession documents attesting the au
thenticity of the weapon.
lle ter Wear Knickerbocker.
"Wn AT CTIKKi:, la., Dec. 23. Mrs. Col
brmison, wife of the engineer of the What1
Cheer EliTtric Liglit company, while at
tending to t lie engine in t lie iUness of her
husband, was caught by the dress in the
dynamo and w hirled so rapidly that she
was etitin ly denuded of clothing and rcn
dc rid Uln t.lisi iens. Sue l ci ovei cd enough
j to stop the cnyine and is not seriously in
More Help for Russian Destitute.
Drs MoiXK.4, Dec. 23. Governor Horace
Ikiies has issued a proclamation calling
upon the Toople of Iowa for contributions
for the relief of Russian famine sufferers.
A committee of which H. C. Wheeler, late
candidate for governor, is a member was
appointed o have charge of the matter.
Killed 1 M lie andliulcided.
OMAHA, Dec. -23. -"-Nicholas Fox, a pack
ing house i uiploye of South Omaha, shot
and fatally wounded his wife and cut his
fthmnt. f pit n uue trt .u, ourlr i-mi(iimIii
j morning. Domestic trouble was the
The League with Heath Made in Fun,
I'rohahly. but Curried Out In Kninest
The Sequel of a Convivial Tarty of
Heckles Young Men and Women I'ret
ty May .shell Lives High on a Small
I'ortune and Wiiidit I p Her Career with
IoM A, Midi., Dec. 2a Iss thnn a year
ago three girls and one or more young men
residing in this city agreed to commit
suicide. Three of the covenanters have
already js-rishtil by their own hands, a
fourt h is married and may have changed her
mind, and the others, if there were any,
are unknown. So far as has ln-en ascer
tained the persons who entered the terrib'e
compact were tirace Cook, May Shell,
Fred Butler and a girl named liodgcis.
The agreement was ma le at a convivial
gathering, probably in fun, but is 1-eiii.
kept as though it were a sacred obliga
tion. I'lrst Two of the Ounrtette to Hie.
Grace Cook, the tirst to die, was found in
her mom adjoining a restaurant writhing
vender the eiTvts of morphine, and o.n ex
pired. Several months ago l'r-1 15-i:l-r
attacked a lady -llciW with a cl'ib, hurt vn
being identitied and tracked to his mom
by oilic'-rs fired a bmlet into his brains.
The third life sa.-riiic-d in pursuance .if
llie agreemeM w as tUat of May Shell, w co
died at Hat tie Creek on Sund-ty with every
symptom o :st.:iimr by motphin".
olllethilig Allil-U !. si,,.;!.
Miss Shell, a pretty girl, had been nest
dent of this city tot the iast year s.'iie-.v'i
horn of respectable parents, farmers, "t
l:er!in township, and was one of sevn
fristei's ot go .d repute. i,v of whom ai
nianitii and have .rood hemes. Ab.-mt &
year 11,0 May came to ioioa from Held tug,
niid went to work in the overall tavt.iry
She iia.l a sister living at I 'ort land, -I'.ii
while t here lava me acquainted with Miii
liie lira.-" a millitier, and the Uojrs -ill,
w no was Stiss liiace's trimmer.
I'.leu ill a Small Fortune.
After May tame here she iiad fl.mio left
her, and began to lead a recki'-s-, !if;-. She
also had a h at Bidding valued .tt ji.l.
During iter aciiiuiiutauce with the Kogers
girl she kcjt her iu money and clothes, and
they were sought after by the young
bloods having pieiity of money May and
hi r allies soon managed to di-pose of alic it
t-stni. ljist mouth May went U Iaasiti
with Minnie Brace and fell in comptii
with .Jennie Mishler, anil the three went .o
liattie Creek. May's untimely end was
hot a surprise here, as sjie Iiad twice at
tempted In I- life.
l ook Morphine ami Hied.
Sunday May died in a risun at liattie
Creek, the victim of morphine, though
there is ,),. mystery alsmt her death,
iler relatives went to Battle Creek and
brought her Tcniains to loiiia Monday,
where I hey were interred in a iieighborinir
ceme'ery. The ilcat' girl's dowi.iah waf
rapid Her relative! die" their utmost to
check hei waywaiii life, but it wa of no
avail She wa.- eviticnli t.eli rininiV to
have what she lallco a "gt s' time' and
kill herself when her money way squan
dered The Kogers girl was recently mar
ried, and as she ha not sinct associated
with iter forniet companions i ptestimcj
to have abandoned the ide of scltHla
CRAZY WOMAN ON A TRAIN
She Ten-ties the l'lo-sengcr- by a Itevol
Lincoln, Neb., Ds-. 2:t. When the
Burlington flyer arrived here yesterday
Bfu rtiooti t he police had quite an ;-xi iting
time trying to secure an insane woman
who hail run amuck on the train atidh.i l
the passengers terrilied. The woman is
the wife of Benjamin Kochier, a Deuvyr
mail carrier, who is lsuind east with her.
Yesterday she suddenly lost her ret son
and draw ing a revolver began tiring. She
then locked herself in a water closet and
when .John Mills, a colored porter, tried to
get her out, she shot through the glass
door and wouded him in the groin When
the jsilice attempted to get her out she
again oMneil Are and shattered all the
glass in one end of the car. Sne finally
became qttiet when informed tiie police
would protect her and she was locked up.
Mills is not seriouslv in Mired.
OOGS ARE DOGS IN TENNESSEE.
One of the Unites Costs Two lluniau
Hintinijikin, Teiui., Dec. 23. Harry
Oliver was assisting Kngene Wylcy iu
killing hogs on the Tennessee river, just
below, Kockport. Their dogs got to tight
lug and Wyley tried to separate them. He
struck (diver's dtig with a cant hook, kill
ing him instantly. Oliver rushed up and
cut Wyley with a large kuife used in stab
bing hogs. Wyley wheeled around when
t ut and struck Oliver w ith the pole of the
cant hook, crushing one side of his head
into a jelly, killing him instantly. Wyley
lived only a few moments, the knife hav
ing penetrated the heart.
Terrible ItnAagrn of Diphtheria. '
Dun CliEKK. III., Dec. 23. Diphtheria
is raging in this community. The family
of James Harris a week ago consisted of
himself, his wife and six children. Five
of the children, the eldest a young iady of
nineteen, who was engaged to have lieen
married Christmas, are dead, and the sur
viving child, a Isiy of seventeen, is at
death's door. The father and mother are
exjiected to recover.
i'lenty of Honey. Vet Died in Debt.
DKAIMKiltN, Mich., Dec. 23. .lttm Flynn,
uh eccentric fanner of Dearlsirn township,
died last month. A mort gage foreclosure
followed and creditors took his poor little
farm. In tearing down t he old log house
which Fly mi had occupied twenty-live
years as a bachelor, the workmen dis
covered Sct.txm in bills 1m t ween the logs and
nearly in gold under the lloor.
Trance mid Madagascar at Outs
Pai:is, Dee. 23. It is announced here
that nil diplomatic relations between tb
French government and the, government
of MadagiiMiur have dually been ruptured
owing to th long -dispute as to the right
of granting exequaturs to foreign repre
sent at.ives in Madagascar.
A Scoundrel Brought Home Dying.
LKU'sio, Dee. 21i. Heir Winkeihau, a
hank director of this city wlio' fled to the
Argentine- Republic after committing
frauds upon depositors',: but was : A&-a-iited,
arrived here ''yestehlay "ln an ap
parenUy dying toudition.. lie v u carried
toi cell on a at ret o her. - . -
A Porerty stricken Millionaire!
This Forms a paradox, but it is ex
plained by one of Jsoxv York's richest
men. "I don't count my wealth Iu
dollars," he said. "What are all my
possessions to me, Bineo I nm a victim
of consumption ? My doctor tells me
that 1 have but a few mouth3 to live,
tor the disease is incurable. I am poor
er than that beggar yonder." "But,"
Intertipted the friend to whom he fpoke,
"consumption ritn be cured. If taken
In time. Dr. Pierce's (iolden Medical
liiscovery will eradicate every vestiga
of the disease from vour system." "fll
try it," said the millionaire, and lie did;
and to-day tiiere is not a healthier,
happier mau to bo found nnvwhere.
The "Discovery" strikes at the" seat of
the complaint. Consumption is a dis
ease of the blood is nothing; more nor
less than lung-scrofula and it must
and does yield to this wonderful remedy.
"Golden Medical Discovery" is not
only an acknowledged remouv for that
terribly fatal malady, when 'taken in
time and givon a fair trial, but also for
all forms t,f Scrofulous, fckin and Scalp
Diseases, as Whit Swellings, Fcvcr
Fnres, Hip-joint lVspnc, SaH-rhenm,
Tetter, Il.-zema, Boils, Carbuncles, Ery
sipelas and kiudred ailments.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for ihu conmy"0f tt
following celebrate d " '
PieirjOB eii-cl O rivals,
WEBER, 8TU YVES ANT, DECKEIi imos wnFnnrrl
ESTEY, AND GAMP & ro.'S Pf AXOS
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE ami FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
VWK foil line lfo of nnU Mnfical mtnhiuidieo. Wf h( ;,, r,nr , r. ... (-
Dolls must go this week at any price. Book
must go; Dishes must go. If prices will move then
we are bound to close out what there are left
week. We will name prices convincing you of ou
We mentioned above that we intend to
close out wbal we have left of thtna ihis
Oo Jan 1 we close our annex acd will
hTe i o room to pack away or carry over
these bulhy toda. One Herculean tffort
and away they to.
V e quote 10 sets 1 ' 0 ph ce
at the one price f 8 per set to close.
12 tela 10 piece bedroom toilet fets.
We close tbera out at $2 for your choice.
What more can we saj ? These prcea
will be inaugurated Monday a. m , Dec.
21, and will hold good until each set is
and Raphael, Tuck& Son's elegant
Christmas cards and calendars. Less
than half the rublirbed prices. We have
just opened a magnificent linet f the very
newest and choicest goods published by
these two greatest of nouse.
Photo albums, scrap albums, autograph
albums at pric.-s to close them out clean
Oo the first landing of our new stairs
you will find the greatest display of holi
day handkerchiefs we hae ever shown.
The prices are lower and the styles are
much superior to any former season. The
hemstitch tmhroidered initial handker
chiefs at 10c. 12c He, 15c, 17c and 25c,
bave Devtr been equaltd in the western
mtrkets All the different prices from
lc. 2c, 3c and up we will match aeainst
the .same goods anywhere in Ihe west and
guarantee you a nice saving on every one.
Our white silk initial handkerchiefs have
been creating quite a sensation, as the
goods are the moat select to be found in
the markets, and some of them we are
s'lling at half values Twenty styles
lad'n-8'silk embroidered hsndkerchiefs at
onebalf and one-third value, a large job
which we bought vtry cheap and have
named low enough prices to most tbor
oupbly advertise our handkerchief de
M n filers.
All qualities worsted, vwool and bilk,
from cheapest to best.
have no place to psck away dolls. The
closing of our annex Jan. 1 cms off a lot
tf good store room, and we must ccono
mize sj ace. Dolls worth 8c and 10c are
3c; dolls' worth 15c are 8c; dolls worth
20c are 10c; doKs worth 25c and SOc at
Splendid kid body dolls, fine bisque
heads, nice hair al ISc. Large dolls with
shoes and stockings, indesttuctable heads
and plenty cf bair, 22c. Large hair
stuffed dolls with shoes aid stocking for
Big dolls, little dolls, fine dolls, cheap
dolls, dolls for lc. dolls for 3c, dolls for
$2, all much below any prices you baye
seen elsewhere. They must go, as we
are obliged to give up the room.
Checkerboards with checkers all com
Wesicott's patent combination blocks,
embossed spelling blocks, blackboards,
drums, Barnuai's cdliope, folding sewing
tables, bay rum, etc.
Any cames or toys that we show are at
least 20 to 30 per cent below prices found
Silk umbrellas for Christmas
All away below value.
Yeddo twill umbiellas, silver handles,
Bradford Gloria silk umbrellas, silver
crook bandies at $1 47.
25 assorted natural root handles, silver
and gold collars, Gloria silk, f 1 63.
Finer and better silk umbrellas up to ?0
all special styles and special ptices.
Elegant new patterns in men's neck
wear. Tecks fourio-hand and puff
scarfs, latest and choicest patterns, 25c,
35c. 45c and 50c. They are worth a care
ful consideration .
Oa books we l.nvc Tcyr beta k:'l
anvwbere except b low tin-nivset tr;
Tnis season is bo ex t- -n, r v
prices average lower th- i ev. r. I:f"
special books we run, n;..i ! .-..1 :l
from 20 to 3t per c.-.t bt-A-w tMi
wholesale cost. Ail K1 k buyers b
there has been orar.:z.-d a :s:t:: V
monopoly which has shoveii tiie price
manr hooka on .Y.1 t.i ':to ni-r tv L VI
vere on the alert, ami a l.en we 5k ;
inevitable coming we wire ia p.;fc:
dictate terms sail price;.
0;ir 12mo. cloth bour.d m:;ct.:5t;-
books which we are sellir.c t .2ces.H
would cost today in lots of l.n' s: t-
sale, iust :50c: n '.ess Our fn.e :
they last will continue to be 22:.
Oa Monday. Dec. 21, we :1! se"
the Dore Bible Gaiietv ai:d Dore Atiu
69c each. On Tuc.aj the price ww
64c, on Wednesday the? wii: l
on Thnn:dtv. if anv are left. tle5 '
rlnoorl ki ss puch. 1' any are iftt ?'.''
ft -: o ,V..i r..i alii tip fl. 1
V.ull9iuii9uaj, .11 pui .....
anticipate, however, that ail w.ii be gj:
by Tuesday orWednesJay.
"Roar.1 iuvcnile boots awav bt.o
nrirc vp liav nunicil before. Tt !
caieful look through the stock si ! '
are sure to find what you wan:-
Is there anything which niUts sr'
tasteful, useful and in. xpeiifive P'e5'
than a nice pair or bait a uoz-.-n pa rs t:
r.i.r kid d'nvps? Yoa kac tt-
ladies never tire of nice gluves.
hire is a chance: (
A large invoice just received, f
makes and latest novelties.
One lot Post, r 3 book kid gli Tl'
a VHiT- , . ..
Oue lot of ?2 suede mnc.i 4-bu,..
rrl.troa E 1 fit I & lll'T it T 11"-
Onn'tnt H:Hrr'!7. b( -I Dll iUtV kiu
?1 per pair. Colors ;n.arl, tsns, t-r
llKut oiur, icuc. iv. r
..... . --iih t,Ick buttons una n
OM'- , , tr) if
mings. All the rage ear..
1714 to 1724