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" " - - - ! < % r arm ? rv\f ATT A T > ATTV Tn.Tl ttTTTsTDAV 31. IfiRfl. .THE BOMS OF SOCIABILITY. Tunely Advic0 to Participants.in Social Oar3 Playing. THE VVEEK IN 'OMAHA SOCIETY. JClio Trnnslllnn from Cards ntul Ten J'nrtlns to tlio Hall Itoonin Tlio liniimcnlntc Voting Mnn.nl' To-dny Soclnl Notes nn < l Oo.s lp. Counsel oti Hoolnl C'nrd IMnylnc. .I'ittsburg Chronlcle-To/cgraili / ) : As the season for social caVd playing Is at hand , a Tow friendly words of counsel may not bo Inopportune. ' It will save you some disappointment nnd possibly irritation IS you rcali/o at the outset that no ono but yourself will take emphatic notleo of the brilliant plays you make : It Is not worth while to delay the board in an eloquent exposition on thu matter. Von may maku friends by complimenting your partner or your adversary on their happy strokes , but you can never convince any ono that yon made a particular play yourself that was masterly. That is sheer waste of tlmo. l-'noli ono at whist ia enamored of his or her unrivaled performances and gives no hoed to the exploits of anj' ono else. You will find it also of service not to hold your partner responsible for all the bad luck and quietly absorb for yourself - ( self all thu glory of any success achieved You will not make the game moru agreo- nblo by attributing your adversary's vic tories to good cards and your own de feats lo bad cards. It will improve the temper of the game to restrain exultation when you win or ill-natured complaints when you lose , There is philosophy also in the rcllcetion that all cannot win , and that if your own failure is a littlu nn- palatable you have , oven if unwillingly , given some elation and satisfaction to other parties. If you lese by a mere scratch , it Is not an affair for serious grief , and if you are really outplayed- will sharpen yor.r wits for other encoun ters. "Bo taught by your cnomius" was the Ilonmn motto. A little refreshment of some kind is an excellent means of preserving tlio peace in thesu bouts , and you will reconcile the losers by a timely snack. Civih/cd people rarely eiiarrel | whilst they are feeding. Finally , it may bu judiciously borne in mind that the game is pastime and not a serious event , and that whether you win or lese it is not an allair which determines your place in the human scale , or in any substantial way allccts your fortunes in life. If you tak'o it too much lo heart , you might abandon whist and substitute Uominos. Short CoiuinuH of Society. Society with : i sudden capriciousncss lias ceased from cards and tea-parties and found its amusement in the ball room. The week has been gay with dancing parties from all grades of society , perhaps the most thoroughly happy be ing the children's german at Mrs. II. T. Clarke's. Children plunge into the ex hill ration of the moment with the joyous frankness and happy lack of self con sciousness that is peculiarly their own. There is a spontaneity in the mirth of childhood , and an ingenuousness that is lost with the attainment of maturity , and which is probably thu reason why people are wont to look back on their childish days witli n half rOgrotfnlnnss , as for a state that is .as ell'uctually dissolved as their own childish identity and which can can nuvcr bo reproduced in them. One accustomed to the irood old. Eng lish fashion of mingling old and young at dancing parties , expressed some surprise that this eminently cnsibiu nnd social cuMom should be so scrupulously over looked amongst people professedly in lovu with everything Knglish , from thu early English to the John Bull product of thu nineteenth century. It is to be feared that Americans absorb the mannerisms of the mother country without profiting by any of its time honored social usages , many of which would be a real acquisi tion'to any country old or new or emulat ing Its superior graces of higli breeding and courtesy. With the exception of the Jewish club where old anil young teem equally happy together , and the true spirit of good fellowship seems to bo promoted meted to a greater extent than in any other club in Omaha , the various clubs eeoin to bo composed exclusively of young nnd often very cajlow youths , and the result is the affairs are marked by a cruduncss thr.t usually charactcrixes enterprises from which inoro experienced pni-s are excluded. Perhaps , howover.it just as often n mutter of protorenco that the older people and the men of substance aru absent from these gatherings. The habitual fro- quontnr of the ball room is usually a man for whom nature has done a great deal inoro in the way of agility than brains , and tho.su who < o companionship is worth anything for itself have as a general rule outgrown the dancing period and are en gaged in thu serious work of lifu. When recreation dooscomii it is not in the in- runty of the ball room that ho si' ks it. The average young man of fashion , the dude , is usually HO laukingin gentlemanly instinct that ho is unlitted to do the hon ors even of a club parly. He has spent thu best p.'ifl of the time , Hinco leaving his clerk's desk in the afternoon , in bringing himself to his idea of a lady killer , and wht < n he llnds himself in the ball-room , arrayed in all the glory of a spike-tailed coat and patent leathers , his mustache coaxed to a bowiti'hing upward curve nnd his complexion properly toned down with powdor.hu Is soJostin admiration of himself , and speculation as to thu in evitable result of Ids charms 0:1 : the op- positn sn\ that ho is incapable of per forming a single act llr.it would do credit to ordinary good breeding or point to the slightest indication of true manhood. A nnriiiati. T\Itstor \ : Henry Cliirko gave a corman Thursday uvuhing undur the supervision of Mios Almy. Tlio young people went t through thu various ligiired with an amount of uufu and accuracy that could I not have been excelled. The german was led by Joe Barker and Alicu Amlur- sanThu other dancers were Gnitohcn Crounso. Lulu Hobble , Amy Marker , Mabel Taylor , Flora Wubster. Uulnn lloaglnnd , May Burns , Shelly Barriirer io Mains ! Brown , Kdith Prchton , Katie i ii Uobbio , Uoblilo J'U-ek , Jicorgci Ujloeri , Nut Slielton , Ward ami l.on Clark , Master - tor ' The pro-rrainmfis wurc exquisite , bearing inglignrcs In sopja anil bolhng , 'painted by MiVs ( 'larko , Among Iho favors many ilouiTa werijiitjd , 'also 'cunning Japan- use fans , little painted pitchers , MUiUl fipo'ons , HlU'.roil pipes , .stars and motto.s . ' ' Tlio Home 'oil-do. . Oil.'l'rldnj evening tlio Home Oirclo club gave a iniHih mii.yeil party at Ma- eotilo hull ttio first of its soaspn. About Ihirty-'livo couples wow in attendance , , ; am'ong wh'uiu w'cro noticed Mr , and Mrs , Ir. Hyde. Jtlr. . and Mrs. William Brown , Mr. c.uil Mi..s , Harry llr.ikcll , Mr. and Mrs. Hecbo.'Mr. nnd Mrs. Uuo. Shield ? , Bliss Warner of Chicago ; Mis Baumann , fcllssCalbihan , Ml s Ahlstadt. .M us Has- jtoll , 'Ml 3 bliljuuaiii Mifa .Juslu Bcun , Miss Batly , Miss Ella Scott , Miss Hodges , Miss Cootnbes , Mf. and Mrs , Frank Red man , Mlas Burkct of Grand Island. Miss Arlington , Miss Mcldrnm , Mr. ami Mrs. L. S. Mole , Mits Lntoy.Miss Lillle Beard , Miss Collutt , Miss McKenna , Miss Young , Messrs. Coploy , Burton ( Taylor , I'uls , Koesters , Baily , Conrad , Pickcns , Bur- kctt , Starr. Omahondro , Mlllclt , Allen , Shane , McCroary , Keupen ( Cole. Nelson , Mole , McUermolt , Gannon , Will Red- man. Scannoll , Melton , Slroils ! , Champ- lin. Lntny , Brown , Anderson , Krcn/.cr. Thu club enters upon the season on n sound social and financial basis. Its ollieers nrc ; W. II. l atoy , president ; Gco. W. Bailoyvlcoprc''idiiti ( J.W. 0 an- non , secretary , and F. W. Pickcns , trcas- iircr. Art Notes. The work of modern artists compares favorably with anything ' .hat has been accomplished in art , and it should meet with duo encouragement , it has always been the custom to pay tribute to what is musty , worm-eaten or defunct , but with modern advancement there ought to come n revolution in such matters , and talent should bu recognized and patron ized when it is among us rather than when II ha < < become a matter of history. Airs. Alumaugli's pupils are busy with every variety ot the art from china painting to modeling. Aliss Bulhacll has put tho' finishing touches on a llutcd cup ami saucer cov ered with a myriad of tiny buttorllies , and tinted inside with Dale yellow. Another pupil has been painting the daintiest devices in bolting cloth , to bo mounted on satin ribbons. One design is Unit of a winged child mounted on a crescent moon in the midst of rosy clouds. Others are equally pretty and faneltul. "Two Little Wooden Shoes" have boun the object of Aliss Emma Fitch's dec orative skill. The shoes arc lanro enough , however , to bo utilized for paper receptacles. One is a snow Scene and Dutch Windmill , on the oilier a brighl landscape. A ( lowering vine begins at llio heel and winds around lo llio loo. The shoos are tied logethcr with ribbon and hang tin. Airs. Trnynor is finishing a panel of bright roses against a cloudy back ground. Aliss Edith Polton is painting pretty landscape of a mill among mountains with a swift stream in the foreground. Airs. Aluinaugh has completed a slrik ing landscape , noticeable for its peculiar sombre coloring , and winch seems to develop some now beauty at every in spection. Showery Weather is the titlu , and dark storm lowering clouds nro in middle distance while in the hozizon the light is trying to break through and ro- licet itself in iho lock divided from the stream by .1 picturesque path in the fore ground. The German CInl > . The Gorman club gavu its initial party at the Alilliard Thursday night. It was led by Air. Rogers with Aliss Lottie Ken- nudy , assisted by J. AL Luhmor and Aliss AluCord , of St. Joe , Air. and Airs. \ \ . A. Kudick , * T. Hamilton and Aliss Chasu. The other couples were Air. Clark and Aliss Dundy , Air. Sharp nnd Aliss Luna Dundy , Air. Deuel and Aliss Lake , Air. Wyman and Aliss Rollins , of Alissonri ; Air. Uingwalt and Aliss Gurlrudo Cham bers , W. H. Crary andAIiss Sharp. Frank Colpelzer und Miss Almy , W. C. Wakely and Miss Balcombo , Air. McMillan and Aliss Gruco Chambers , Air. Berlin and Airs. Colpetzer , Air. Aluir and Aliss Bar ber , Air. and Airs. George Peterson , Air. and Airs. Annin , Air. Wilson and Aliss AlcClintock , Mr. Garlich and Aliss Shears , Mr. and Mrs. Puck. Air. and Airs. Ale- Cord , Air , and Airs. Bradford. Three of 'the handsomest toilets were worn by Mrs' AlcCord "ami thuc Missus Dundy. Airs. AlcCord wore a chaste but sinking combination of black silk velvet relieved with whilo. Aliss Dundy's dress was a white flow ered silk with gracefully disposed sash. Aliss Luna Dundy wore a very becom ing and elaborate toilet with court train of garnet velvet over a palu pink petti coat , heavily embroidered by hand with roses in shades of deep red. Tlio favors wcru very .simple , more at tention having been given thu supper , which was one"of the linest over served hero It. is the intention of the club to give four germans during thu winter. An Elegant llccojitlon. Airs. Anirustus Pratt gave a reception Tuesday from 1 till 5 , in honor of Mrs. Graves nnd Airs. Titus , of Chicago. A profusion of ( lowers was a feature of the onturlainment. The guests were Airs , Colpetzer , Airs. Dn Bois , Airs. Alills , Airs. Burtlett , Airs. Allen , Mrs. Jurvis , Airs. Paxton , Airs , Ivcs , Airs. Stone , Airs. Ful ler , Airs. Durnont , Airs. Montgomery , Sirs. Groff , Airs. Gaylord , Airs. Zimmer man , Airs , llowcll. Airs. Alonigomory , Alr.s. Dandy , Airs. Hopkins , Airs. Aler- riam , Airs. Himebaugn , Airs. Alesealh , Airs. Iloldrege , Airs. 15urr. Airs. Hunter , Airs. Dandy , Airs. Purvis. Airs. Conklin , Airs. Goodricli , Airs. Chapman , Airs. Scott. Airs. Hisdon , Airs. Bell , Airs. Ale- Cundlish , Airs. Boyd , Airs. Clark , Airs. Brunnor , Airs. Arnold , Alr.s , Howes , Airs. Putnam. Airs. Clancy , Airs. Windsor , Airs. Doherty , Airs. Boulter , Airs. Cu.ko , Airs. It , Gaylord , Alr.s. Sheldon , Small null Mrs. Wakely entertained the fatcrnoon Eiiehru club last week. Tliuro was a small party of card play ers at Colonel Aikcn's Wednesday night. ThuMnses Knight had an informal card unrt.v Tuiwluy evening , at which The -Bo/Jqiio club is a now organisa tion , which will open its session next week. Mr. Frunkogavo a supper to the Brain- billa concert company in his rooms at exposition building. A reception was held nt the house of C. F. ItrecKunndmj Thursday evening in honor of Itov T. M. House. A special programme is being pre pared for the next Indies1 Mu.iicak1 , which will ho held in thu tabernacle , Mr.-- . Cotton will King a difficult solo from Kli. worn Miss Brown , Miss Miller , Miss Rus- tin , Mi.ss Hoaghind , Miss Rollins Miss RoguM , Miss MeConncll , Mr. Drake , I\u. \ Rogers , Mr. Stcbbins , Mr. Howe , Mr , Wilbur , Mr. Garlichs. Club visitors Thursday were Miss Uus- tin , Miss Chambers , Mrs , D. W. Saxo , Miss Wilson of St. Joe , Mrs. Ilattid Hough of Chicago , Miss Eleanor Swan of llhncM , Miss Wakidv , Mrs , Fred Seymour of Wheeling , W. Vn. , Mrs. W. ! . Ogden of Lincoln and Mrs. K , S , Dundy. Mrs Dixon gave a lunch Saturday week , at which idiu. was assisted in ru- cuiving by the Misses Di.xdu. Among thu guests were Mrs. Grar , Mrs Little , Mrs. Dellanil molhur , Airs. Colpetxur , Mrs. | ) ubols.Mrs. McKenziii , Mrs. Yost , Mrs , Coiitant. Mrs , Jones , Mrs. Barton 1 , Mrs , Wakulieid , Mrs. Case. Caritx niul Music. Mr. and Mrs. Rothschild guvu n small card party Thursday evening , in honor of Mi.-s Millie Calm , Music and elegant refreshments wcru among the pleasant incidents of the livening. The guests were Dr. and Mrs , Rati , Mr. and Mrs. Martin Culm. Mr. and Mrs. Hollman. Mf. and Mrs. Albert Calm , Mr. and Mrs. Poiack , Mr , and Mrs , Katz and the Misses Ratjischild. Tl o IMiilomon Club. This nojvl.y organi/.tul social club guvo its uvital party at the Masonic hall on hist Thursday evening. The event-was greatly enjoyed by the thirty-five or forty couplcslwhb were in'nttendancu. The niusi cal Union orchestra furnished c.xcellen , music for the occasion. George J. Sterns- tlorff ofllcintcd as master of ccrcnfon'es. The lloor managers were C. H. Allen. Arthur Armbruster , R. F. Frisscth nnd tcciecoption couimittco wcro compoFod of C. M. Bachmtui , J. F. Allard and ( ) . . P. Burnett. The other parties will bo given November 18 , December BO , Janu ary 13 , February 17 , and March ill. Six llaiulcil Knuliro. Mrs. Augustus Pratt gave n six .handed cucliro party Thursday evening , n t which . the . guests received pretty souvenirs. Those present wcro Mr. and Mrs. Bliss , Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins , Mr. and Mrs. Ayrcs , Mr. and Mrs. Goodrich , Mr. anil Mrs. Risdon , Mr. and Mrs. Purvis , Mr. and Mrs. Boulter. Mr. and Mrs Aiken , Mr. and Mrs. Sliolcs. Mr. and .Mrs. Graves , Mrs. Titus , Mrs. Groff , Mrs. Brutier , Mrs. Hunter , Mrs. Putnam , Mrs. Conklin , Mrs. Holdon , Miss Hvwell , Mr. Porter , Mr. Alexander , Mr. llowull and Air. Hardy. A ( Mennant Unnclnu I'nrty. A small dancing parly was given by Miss Hoagland Friday evening , In honor of her guest , Miss Rollins. Thu affair had all thu charm of being informal und unusual guyet.y was the result. The dancurs'woro Miss Brown , Miss Lowe , Miss ISalcnmbc , M.ss Balbach , Miss Sharp , Miss Shears , Miss Woolworth , Miss Burns , Mr. Reed , Mr. Ringwalt , Mr. Hogois , Mr. Hamilton , Lieutenant Wilson , Mr. Vollum. Mr. Wyman , Air. Volluin , Air. Conglan , Air. Drake , Air. Alorford , Mr. Dickey and Air. Jordan. Military Movements. Airs. General Morrow gave an afternoon lea Friday. Airs. General Whcaton entertained a few friends at an elegant dinner on the imii. imii.Dr. Dr. and Airs. AleGillicuddy have been guests of Gcnural Brisbin , Fort Nio- urara. Lieutenant Abuer Pickering , now in Indianapolis , has had an extension granted of two months leave of absence. Brnyton , the only child of Lieutenant and Airs , barson , celebrated his birthday Tuesday. Fourteen children were well entertained. Airs , General Whcaton is expecting her mother and sister early next month. Brevities. Air. Will Donne is travuling in thu cast. Airs. W. L. Parrolta is homo from the oast. Airs. Dewey is visiting her sister at Ouida.Dak. Aliss Julia 1'cil is the guest of Airs. E. Kosewatcr. Air. and Airs. C. B. Keller have returned from the cast. Air. W. II. Gates and family are hero from St. Louis. N. H. Hicks , of Utica , N. Y. , is visiting his sou Gcorgo N. Hocks. Air. and Airs. Al. H. Bliss luft Friday for a trip to Now York. Aliss Anuio Bailey , of Alacomb , 111. , is visiting Airs. W. L. Parrotte. Airs. E. L. Dean , of Cincinnati , is tlio guest of Airs Dr. Ludington. Aliss Nora O'Connor is attending the wedding of a friend in Lansintr , la. Aliss Jbnnic Wilson , of St. Joo. was the guest of Mrs. D. W. Saxc last week. Airs. P. J. Nichols has gone to her old home in Pennsylvania for a months visit. Airs. H. C. Patterson and child wont to Kansas City Thursday for a fortnight's visit. Airs. George W. Kelley is visiting her mother in iuuianapolisi and is Ycgtiniiig : health. ' ' \ . ' The Woodmen Cam ) ) No. 120 will give a social at their hall on Douglas street , thu 4th inst. John Wyckoff came over from Chicago to hear his daughter sing at the Bram- bilhi concert. Airs. Barton , Airs. W. B. Millard and Airs. Rollins madu a party to Nortl Plattc last night. Air. Nevillu , of North Platte.is seriously ill and has telegraphed for his Drothur , Dr. Nuvillo , of this city. Airs. Chuichill Parker and Aliss Nettio Parker have returned from a visit to Ne braska City nnd Lincoln. Aliss Fannie Ulm. from Kentucky , will .spend the winter with relatives , Airs. Ilawes and Mrs. Whitman. Airs. Louis Unapke was the loser of a diamond pin last week , which has been in the family for UOO years. Air. and Airs' . Joseph Barton , of Burl llngton , Vt. , nro hero for a two months visit with their ser Josuph Barton. Airs. Stephen Boyd. of Laramic , am Aliss Ida Edmonds , of Idaho , were guests of Airs. D. II. Stewart last week en routu for the west. Jerrv Dee , J. Alahonov , Air. and Airs , John Kunelly , Air. and Mrs. Thomas Col lins and child , who have spent the sum mcrin Ireland , are uxpected home to-day Air. and Ajrs. Gannett left Thursday to spend the winter with their sons in Bos ton. They wcru accompanied as far as Chicago by Air. and Airs. Wallace , who will make a short visit there. Mr. and Airs. J. Al. Wool worth returnee Friday from Chicago , accompanied by Ajiss Alamie Woolworth , wiio has beoi visiting her sister Airs. Lieutenant llowun at Fort Niagara Iho past summer. Mr. and Airs. Hodgson from Alinneap olis , have recently made Omaha then homo. They will live in ono of Air. Bar low's houses on Twenty-second street Air. Hodgson is an architect of note. Invitations are out for the marriage o Alias Agnes O'Slniiicrhiiossy to Patrick Dully to be solemnized Wednesday , No vtiinbort ) , at 0 a. m. at St. rPliilomena's cathedral , after which a reception wil bu held trom 1to 3 , A. club that absorbs a good deal of solii enjoyment is an t'qiiu.stmn party of uigh I'm ladies and guntlemen who take ii tuo beauty of the autumn evenings or horseback oncu u wuuk. The club w'il remain intact for next season. Lifeboat Ledge , I. O. G. T. , gave a con thu satisfaction of the -100 or moru people present. Among thu numbers uspcciall : worthy of mention was the duet lo Misses Allio nnd Graciu Pratt , as also thu solo by Airs. Case ; that by Air. John Alu- Ewing , and thu Unto duet by Alcssrs Hancock and Eldridgo. Thu duet bj Airs. Cole nnd Aliss Knowlcs was loudly applauded , The money raised will bi devoted to the purchase of a piano fo the lodge. Thu use of thu SueC.anil . : in movhii , the tea crop from China to America ii rapidly bem < ; abandoned for thu svvifto means nllbrucd by our transoontincnta railways. In 1831 thu bulk of thu ship menu were via the Suez Canal , In IBS thu shipments by that route to Amuricn were but 0,331.11)7 ) pound ? , while Sal Francisco recmvod 12,4t)0'187 ) pounds This year thn imports by way of San Francisco have readied 20,025.6o pound * while those yia thu Suez Canal hrm fallen off to 7,503,0411 pounds. Fron Yokohama to Nuw York by tlin ciuin takes sixty days , by San Francisco forty nine days , Insurance .ami freight charge aru diminished , and the tea , b'cint , fresher , is said to bo better whcri brongli by the latter route. . r _ A remarkable case of divorce has oo ciirrcd at Wiilurbury-Conn. Mr. Ken drick. an ex-mayor of the town , charge * his wifu 'with boating a'.nd kicking Inn a'ml pulling his hair and mustache. TU separation was ordered. iTROP.OLlTAN WRITERS , Olara Belle TalkTAtlnt Liberty's 'Clothes and Actresses. OMAR JAMES OJ POOL SELLING. " " "t" ) vltt O. Croly DISuiisies AVnll Stt-cct Operators nnd Affairs Another Doom Threatened. s Clint. Niw YoitK , OjjaJ3 : $ . | Correspondence of the Hr.u. ] I/et mo toll you ono thing about liberty , who was unveiled in our larbor to-day. She is an outright fail ure. Ner face is well enough , but look at icr clothes ! The biggest woman in the vorld , placed conspicuously on a pedcs- al as a candidate for admiration , Is h tlnctly and disgracelully unfushlon- nblo. lliavuluidu talk with Bartholdi iboilt it. "It Is evident , " I said to him , as wu Blood in n party viewing thu statue from ho deck of a . tertmboat"thatyou draped her skirts at the time , of tlio aesthetic craze , when clinglngmcdlauval garments were in vogue ; but wo have now come nto an era of Imstlos , nnd she really won't do. " The sculptor was vlstoly unu./.cd. I presume that uncritical adulation has madu him solf-satlslled and vain , nnd so condemnation shocked him. "What would yon have mo do ? " ho at length faltered , "Surely , liberty's garb is classical ; and can you expect her to change her hronzo'coslttmo as tliough it were fabric with evury nltora'tlon of fashion ? " "Exactly that , " I answered. "Therein yon would show true genius. You ought to have contrived some Ineans of chang ing the dress of liberty four times a year , thus making her ever a timely exhibit Of admired and ndriurablc womanhood. Just see how doxvtly and baek numbered , not to say chestnulty , she looks without any toiirnuro. " The Frenchman appeared to think 1 joking , and I am atraid I didn't make much impression. But 1 was right. Liberty enlightening the world ought lo have thu aspect of a lady a well dressed lady and she hasn't. KOUTEbCUK. Of course , an impersonator of any particular thing ought to bo costumed to suit the character , but I hold that , as lib erty keeps right up with the times in Nuw York , her statuesque exponent ab solutely requires 'iiodishness to make her respected. In the .way of perfect suita bility in garb , Helen Fortescue is an il lustration. She is a sisto.r of the actress whom Lord Garmoylo wished to marry , then wouldn't,1indfnnally had lo pay $50,000 to her for changing his mind. Helen is here in tliel same company , and her role is that of o poor pua.sant girl , who returns to her home , a sort of prodi gal daughter , ragged and bare-footed. Mention is maduolLtlio bare feet , and. as the play is in ' blank verse , per haps nobody around the concern linn skill enough to alter the text without spoiling the meter. Anyhow , Helen appears m fiyu-toed fetockinjg > Ojnd : their hue is llesh color which is not' to say tlio bright pink of tie | ballot , but a realistic skin tint , that makpa yiks'- drop their opera glasses from her nua'dMo her fuel to dis cern whether or not the girl's feet and - jiru covuEatfj' ' As , thoi nails nro deftiyouUincrt,3twnnrd to decide , .mid opinion is usually divided on thu vex : lino. The men aru gallantly ready to believe that thu apparent pedal perfection is genuine , but the uuimpassioned women will noli concede so much , and if Helen could only paint a com or two on hur toes she would command unprecedented success. ACTHKSSES. Society is awfully distracted about ac tresses. Hunt club balls urn the diver sion of tlio present for those who dislike to amuse themselves in ways possible to the million. There wcro two last weuk and three this. A cotoriu of inconlcsliblo swulls organize a club for steeple chas ing and fox hunting , buy or lease a spa cious country house and grounds some where \vithm twenty miles of town , and resort for Hold sport after the English fashion. Each meeting winds up with a bull usually in the evening , though on election day tlio Jerome park special races are to bo followed Ljr a mutinto dance , there are hall a dozen or so of Eng lish actresses among us , fresh from London , where soinu of thorn have figured in aristocratic society rccogniz- edly. Now , ready as wo are to accept English usage as right , wo have all along shut our doors against stage women whoso record was at all clouded. I could illustrate ) with names , but that would be unpleasant. What I wish only to tell is that a move has been madu to introduce these professional beauties at the liunl balls. Invitations have been extended and revoked , bitler things have bcun said , and there is a commotion altogether. Thus far the convcnlionuls have hold their own against thu innovators , and three actresses with introductory letters from London dignitaries havu been ox- cludud from thu charmed and more or less charming circle. 1 have said that l/'LTltA FASIlIONAllI.i : women strive to do. what less briskly modish imitators are not doing. An in stance of Ibis is the abolition of the nurse maid's cap In Fifth avenue. As long as it was a disiinguibhnient to send out ono's fuminino servants witli lace headgear it was donu ; but lately lliu style spread .so far that thu Bowery itself has capped menials in plenty , and the hello matrons of Alurray hill have put plain ImtJ and bonnets on the ntiundantfl of their babies For them thu climax wad capped last sin-ing , and now the fashion is discarded Thu entirely new freak of the npux buljus is to employ strapping , muscular maids instead of thu-delicato looking ones formerly preferred"1 as menial for per sonal service. 'Lli'if.is done particularly by the Anglo-nian'jue'sot , who delight ii equestrianism , pedVstriani.sm nnd othei out door sporiv..iTlioy pride tlium selves on thi ) leaking of healthy uxerciso. and thn Brawn now dunumdci. in their body servants is somewhat ir the riaturu of tliq.strenglh required by t professional utnietu , of his trainur. In stead of the groom'frtjlowing ' niy lady or horseback , then } ' "an * at least three easus now In which tno'"mounted bcrvitor is i stalwart youugttw < 5 naii , habited not an likoi her niistrus. utx wearing conspion on her brcTtUtfiu monogram of hui umploycr. It ifc ujwi of her duties ti ift her ladyship at junctures of luz ness or fatigiie. j&ib and spray ho iftur hard exurtWn nd act generally as in ideali/.nd trainur. As lliu physiqia combined with thu skill required for MIC ! service is raru indeed , you 'can see hov iniquely distinguished it is to conimam .lium. It is calculated that wealth eh ) keep Ihis indulgence' to itself for some considerable time. siiori'ixo s rampant in Nuw York just now. Om whom 1 saw hard at it was.young aiu rair and &lcudcr ; but grief had mtirkei icrfo'r his''owir. Thu fpng folds 61'crapj in ' the black dross , and .thu double yei 'alllng.ulmo'st to her loot , told a'sor6w 'ul talc. ' . A liitlo girl , jiurbap.soightyoar ) ld , called the young orualnrii "mamma.1 She was also dressed In unn'diuviid black will ) lui u bows of crujio o'n herliat , 'am ilack gloves that covered tliuwliolbo plump Jlttluarms. . It was .like i . . .ulieticaliy.iwlcb told tali * us tuo uiothu ; ihd child moved through Iho pay throng. Jut there was ono millcating feature which.sared the s\stomatlo observerfiom great heartache ; the yonng woman's ears worn adorned with 'diamonds ) f uncoinmon size and brilliancy , lor crepe throat band was -clasped vith a dazzling diamond brooch , and the child's small cars bore each a diamond supposed to bo suited to thuir slxe. They vqro out shopping , and were uxamiplnir > riffht etching silks and gay pluMies. \ndsilks flowed over the < onibro gloves mil down the crone skirt In unrelenting M'iclitncss , and the diamonds flushed in ho light as. If grief was hover known in ho world. What did this mourning ! oupo ! do with these showy fabrics ? Denied by autocralic custom si use of colors on tlmir per.sons , llio.v might bo solacing themsolve.s by purchasing for others not so alllicied as themselves' , or 'OP more \lccoratioiu whun colors are lol forbidden. Verily , grief has it its intlgutions. Il can go n-shopping and wear diamonds. CI.AIIA Buun. I'ool-Selllng nnil Kftoe llnttlnir. Niw : Yotfic , Oct. 08. [ Correspondence of the BIK. The law : ] against pool-sull- ng and bcltinc on race courses In this stale was inoperative until toward the end of the season , when thu racing at luromu park and on Long Island was spoiled by legal interference , and the trufmon feared the lifo had been knocked out of their snort. But the amateurs are now let alono. Al the autumn meeting the Country Club , dudcdom was afforded every facility that a gontlolnun could desire - sire for gelling rid of money oxpedi- tlously and nnprofitably. A dozen book makers had their boards up behind the grand stand and sold tickets on every raco. The club provided nccomodations. and its employes assisted the bookmakers in the usual way. In Iho grand stand , ladies talked horse , as Is thn fashion now in swelldom , and baukcd their opinions with bank notes. The path through the private grounds of the club from the railroad station was besot by thimble- riggers and their cappers , nirl many nn innocent emptied his purse into the pockets of these thieves , after paying % 'i to get properly controlled by Ihcsu gen- tlumen. Several policemen and a mag istrate from New Uochullu wuru in at tendance to preserve order and uphold thu majesty of the law. They passed the games on the path without saying a word. Whether the judgu won or lost at the layout back of Iho grand stand did not appear , but after the races lie seemed to regard bookmaking as no worse than thimble rigging , and promptly released from custody two of the gamblers , who had been arrested , at request of elub members , for beating onu of thu indigenous inhabitants out of his money. The judge , after receiving ad vice from thu cappers , who eloquently pleaded the cause 01 Iho arrested sharp ers , opened Ihe autumn term of the court in thu middle of the road and decided that gambling was gambling. "You but , judge ? " reniisrked counsel for the de fence , not meaning , however , to give his honor away in the bookmaking business. "But , " continued the court , "it is a dif ferent thing to beat a half-willed hack- man out of ifGO on a brace game. That's why I've interfered with you fellows. " Then the sports argued that the last race of the Country club was as big a skin as thimblerig. because Air. Arthur Hunter might have won with Eastcheslor if ho hadn't pulled up at thu linish just unough to let Campbell go in by a neck. Thu court declined to express an opinion on that point , but again remarked that gambling was gambling , and told the thimble-riggers to clear out and not al low tlicmsolvus to be e.aught again in the bailiwick of Now Koclicllo. The shnrpors thanked the court and vanished , the cap pers approved the judgment emphatically as a brilliant display of legal acumen , and the court adjourned and strolled along toward the train. Freddie Gebhurdt , who had lost $ , "iO on the races , and severely disapproved of the vieu of gainbl'm < j , wanted the thimble- riggers punished for presuming to in trude among gentlemen with their lowdown - down lay-outsl and other members of the club thought it a beastly shame that the police had permitted such things to go on under their noses all day. Air. Ay right told thu judge nnd the police that it was their duty lo prevent violations of tlio law , and warned them not to let tlio gamblers go. The court was about to call itself to order and send the constables nflor Ihe sharpers , but the eloquent cap- pur assured tlio judge tliat he had no right to ro-arrost a dis charged prisoner ; that it was un constitntionl to try a man twice , and that he would get himself into con flict with the .supreme court if ho had lliu gamblers arresied here again. While the court was trying lo recalla precedent boarimr upon the case , the tliimblu riir- gurs took to the woods. Air. Sanford luft the court , and iho policemen perturbed in spirit by assuring them that the ulub would follow up thu matter , and cause it to bo ascertained why open swindlers of tlio law wore not .suppressed by the auth oritics of New Kochello. OMAH JAMIS. AVnll Street Hallucinations. NBW YOIIK , Oct. 23. ICorrespondonoo of thu Br.iAmong : ] the hallucinations current in Wall street is the one which attributes the upward or downw.in movumcnl in every stock to some ono personality or group of capitalists. For years it was supposed that Jay Gould was at the bottom of every nnoxpecloi action in the niurkot. Occasionally it w.i said that the Vandorbilts wcru'"loingso and so. The average Wall street man if like thu savagu , who accounts for iho operations of nature by attributing ovur > motion.in the world about him to the action of some Julish. Just now , how uvur , thn slrcot is nuzzled lo account toi the ubb and flow of prices for Jay Gould has cortainl.v retired from stock speculation , whil W. H. Vuialorbilt is dead and oilier great operators , who wore powers in lliu street have either fulled or have joinoi thu majority. Trnu , Addlson Cammuu | < , thu great bear , still survives , and Deacon S. V. Whitu continues to manipulate Delaware. & Lackawana , But thu formei has not thu ncrv hu oncu had , while til deacon has developed political nspiru lion , and is running for congress ii Brooklyn , whuru hu has thu support ol Hunry Ward Buecher and his jrionds Whilu is a characturin his way. Hun brimful of uncrgy and push , shrewd , dat ing and rupuoloiis , some of hi.s duals wore queer affairs , and his ventures in mining stocks in the past , have bqcn a good dua criticized. If elected hu will bo heart from in political as well as. linunuiuL circles. In thu absence of the old loaders Tin : STJIBKT is i'uz/.i.ii : > to account for wlu > t ifi done in thn stock ' ma'rket. Chicago gets lliu credit for Koine of the tips and downs , while oftui thu ' Standard Oil company is held ruspon bib'lu for movements in certain sycuriliu.s Of courau. as a company the. Standard oi does nothing outside of its spooially , bn it is nevertheless , true thai Iho rich syndi onto of capitalisld , who 'hayu mndo no niiich monuy in-minurtt ] oil , da put thc.ii prolits in olhur ' enterprise , It is nil opei -secret that-limy 'own. thu til reel cabin pat vula , ami that they are gradually acqhir ing control ) of .iho gas companies in the luiiding cities of thu country. Tlmyari at timo.s'fclt in tlie' ' t6ek niartot ; but ill ways as buy r * , Thuy nuviM1 Jiayu rald'ei stock ? or lud u b ar campaign. During thu pu.st wixjk price ? bavi ' and ( ho market niu. boon a dill oho. This has boon attributed to the holt- lays , nnd thq election which takes place joxt Tuesday , rudoubtudly the fear hat Honr.y Gcorgo might'bo elected nayor has'had a great deal to do' In cans- tic the halt In speculativedeallmts. I'np- tiu Is timid , and thu great money in- luonces are disgusted at the prospect of he working people obtruding Ihumsclves nto tile politics of the country and do- Handing special consideration. George s well known in England , nnd his. doo- rmos are viewed with abhorrence by iapltali.sts abroad. As the English hilvo JUPII heavy buyers o'f "Americans'1 ately , . it is feared that If Goorgu ? elected our .slocks will lie returned iiul sold on thu New York market , lunce thu hesitancy that has been nanifested on our stock exchange during the past week , and which will not bo re- novcil until the result of the election is known. Till : IH'I.I. MOVKMKNT vill continue , even It thu election turns nit all right. Hussell Sago gives it at us opinion that , for thu rust of this year , ho market will bu quiet , and excepting occasional spurts , prices will gi ' 'rally Tall oil. This view is hold by very many iperators , ami a formidable bear party s actually In existence , that proposes to irevunt any further risu in stock quota- .ions. It is admitted that the business of , hu country is prosperous , but thu point s made that Wall street prices have Uncounted all thu beneht it has experienced by the railroad system. Then , the high rates for money do not admit of dualing in ordinary securities , with the exhaustion of prolit In carry ngthctn. Now Voik Central nays but-1 per cent dividends , yel it is selling in the market for lit ! . What setup Is there in il Oor7 per cent to carry that stock ? Delaware iV : Lackawanna , which pays ? per cent on its face value , has sold ior MO and over , which yields less than 5 per cent. Some tlmo nuxt year It may pay 8 | ) ur cent , but in the mean time is it a Hood business proposition to pay 0 per cent and over for money to carry a se curity which yields only fi per cent. Then , hero are Michigan Central and Lake Shorn selling up mlo the ninulii'S and not paying any dividends at nil. True , they are potunlially vury valuable properties , and will some day yield good relnrns to the'rv stockholders , but the management is conservative , and there is sure to be disappointment al Ilia small ness of the lirst dividends to hu declared. It Is noticed , also , that while the volume of slock transactions is about the sanio as it was last year , the demand for bonds has fallen oil * greatly. Last week only $1-1,000,000 was invested in state and railway bonds against $00,000,000 for the corresponding week last year ; and this has been the ratio lor several weeks past , showing that the investing public is not actively in the market as they were a j'ear ago , and that the great volume of business has been in slocKS of an non-dividend pay ing character. This is always a dan gerous .symptom. Had the boom in fancies continued a crash would have been in evitable furlher along. But this danger has been averted by tight money , and the fear of Henry George's election. These are the views held in conservative cir cles , but do not represent Iho gunoral feulingin the street , which Is bullish for a long pull. Wo aru threatened with ANOTIIKU Ml.NINO DOOM. There is quitu a mining fuver in Lon don ; duo to rich discovuriu.s in the mines owned by British capitalists in various parts of the earth. Win. Al. Leni , who is in this city , believes that anolher bo nanza has been found in the Comslock lodo. Hu says it is 01. thu 25,000 foot level of the Consolidated Virginia mine , and probably enters thu Ophir minu ad joining. Thoru is said to bo moru rich ores discovered in the Bmlie mid Alone mjncsjn , California. Thu Lcadvillo mines , it is also said , were never doing butter. These facts may lorni thu basis of another world-widu mining excite ment. DAVID G. CKOM' . Good in Any Climate. Detroit Free Press : A saloon keener nj ) Gratiol street sat at his door the other afternoon wondering why It was that so many men in Detroit preferred butler- milk'lo boor , when two strangers camu along. One of them placed a penny on the sidewalk , placed Ins right heel on the penny , and then bent over to sue how far he could reach and mark the Hag- slono with a nail. As hu reached out hu lifted his heel off thu penny , and thu other man picked up the coin , slipped it into his pocket and winked at the saloonist. "That's a I on 5 reach1 , said No. 1 , as ho straightened" . - "Yes , but you lifted your heel off the cent. " "No , I didn't. " "Hot you a dollar ! " "I'll take it,1 ! "Hold on , Hhentlomons , " naid thn beer seller , as ho rose np ; " 1 like to make some buts myself. " "I'll bet you $3 my heul is on a penny , " said No. 1. " 1 take dot bet awful queok , " replied the saloonist , and acouploof billswore handed lo No. 'J. No. 1 sat down on the walk , pulled oil' hi.s shoo and held it up that the saloon keeper might sen a penny urn-owed fast to hi.s heel. Hu replaced his shoe alter a moment , rose up and bowed courteously , and iho pair walked oil' . They wore at least half a block away buforu Iho viol- tun recovered sufficiently to say : "Vhull ! VJioll ! I pays taxes in two wards Und goes twice to Chicago , but yut T vha.s .somo lunatics who ought to bu led around mil a rope ! " AVhnn Iho war of Iho rebellion began Asa AJartin , of Martin county. Indiana , left his wifu and little children and on- listed. Hu was canlurud and imprisoned al Bellu Isle , and then all trace of him was lost. After waiting several years Airs. Alartin , sure that sin- was a widow , married Widower Peak , who had Hovoral children. Her offspring and her prede cessor's , together with several moro that blcssud lliu Alitrtln-Pcuk marriage , now form a family of really remarkable pro portions. Now comus n man from thu Indian Territory who .says that Alarlin escaped from the robul prison and went , west. Uo wrote to hi.s wife , and not get ting an answer thought shu was dead. Ho was not marriud again , but has made a fortune , and his herds aru largu and many. Airs. Alartin-Puak is anxiously wailing to tico what Asa will do about il. A Boston nuwspapor mnn says that Grcunoiigh's staluo of Franklin in ihal oily i.s worth .studying , because il illur- ' tnites a theory for'wluch tliuMailplorhad thu authority of thu great physiognomist , Lavalnr. It is th.it carh bi'Ju ot Iho hu man face represents different phases uf human nature , man belmra dual animal , With a doublu tut of characteristic. * . On one sidu of thu brotr/.e t'auu ol Franklin Grocnouirh has depicted lliu expression of thu man of hciuncu who ilruw thu lightning from thu clouds ; on thu oilier hu has rupresoulud thu foatnros of the author .of thu homely philosophy emood ied in Poor Itichard's Almanac. Cheltenham , England , is a v < iry en lightened town , especially nolcd for its many cxceljunt huhoqls , .And yet thu whole town is worked upovur the alleged n'ppcurancu of an old ludv's ghost , who wants to .show somebody vvhoru shu buried i'-WO buforu .shu died. The muni ciiwl authorities , nndur tlu | ad vice of ( hu ghoat , have offmr.d K'id to anyonu who wilUiitd thu trna.snre , and regular "glio t trains" urii run.in' from thu auburb for thu convunien'cu of llrosu wh6 want to seu ihu.old lady's Hindu.- ' . ' . ' . ' / ' ' .lotr'J.proprietors | btato tliat'.tlurnim- | bcr of bridal couples making a l"tr ; tr , Washington this tall is largely in 'U'cs : ofauyprevious o.ison. ' . HAPPENINGS AT THE. HUB. The Musical and Theatric * ! Season Optini lively in Boston , JUSTIN M'CARTHY'S FJECEPT.IOtf. The Dlstlimulslicil Iflsliiniui lilonlr.od liy nit fjlnvso-s op I'oiipleTlio Coining Celebration of" llnrvuril'fi U.TOtli Alt- BOSTOX , Oct. 2 ? . [ Correspondence of thu . 1HK.J : With the approach of thu whi ter : season , matters musical as well ns theatrical , aru beginning to take their regular autumnal boom. The Boston Symphony orchestra stands among the foremost of the Hub's many excellent musical organizations. It has suvonlyllvo members , many of whom have played in it lor years. This season thcro are half a dozen new Importations from the best orchestras of 1'uropo , from Beyrouth , Alainz opera house , Parlow's , the Bilso orchestra , olc. , giving It a mem bership which in point of general ability has never boon surpassed In this country. Concerts are given by it In Aluslc Hall every Friday afternoon and Saturday uvnnlng , those in thu afternoon giving an opportunity for ladles and many others who could not otherwise attend , to do so. I dare say thai no other one thing in this city has uono so miioh in thu way of ed ucating thu masses np to tin appreciation of clas ic music as llie.su concerts which mvu been given every season for live years , and ills to bo hoped will continue o bo given lor many years to come. utxuv s still attracting crowds at the IIollis streel theatre , while Thatcher , Primrose mil West's minstrels aniiisu vast audi ences at the Globe. Air. J. K. Emmet is igain at the Boston as Frit/ . Another u-t has been added to the play , but in other respects llio performance is the s.unu as whun it was last produced , it z's singing and dancing are us per- 'eetlv melodious and graeetul as uvur. " I'ho "juvenile portions of the play have elicited much praise. .H'STIX ' M'CAIITIIY. Flio enthusiasm attendant upon the visit of Hon. Justin McCarthy does Hot seem to wane. I understand that Air. AleCarthy is enjoying his visit hero very much. It is salt } that ho missed the at tentions of the literary metropolis. Golh- amitcs wuru shy of him apparently bo- cau.se ho was a moru pleudor for the rights- of his poor Fatherland. But , however- the case may have been in Now York. Mr.McCarthy has certainly no reason to complain of coldness or inhospitality in Boston. Indeed , if he complain at all , it must needs bo to the ull'oet that Bostonians - ians are tiring him with dinnur.s and par ties and luncheons in his honor. To say nothing of Iho privalu attention that has been paid him , public entertainments in his honor havu been many and cordial , and tlicru seems lo bu no und to them. I am told that Air. AlcCaitliy nuvcr began , to appreciate his own work until ho heard that magniiicunt address of woleomo ftom a man to whom every Bo tonian points with pride , John Boyle O'Ueilloy , editor of thu Pilot. Air. O'lluilley's sen tences on that memorable evening in the Parker House were such a tribute i > s any man might bu proud of , however great his political or literary achievements. On the night following Air. AlcCarlhy was given a supper by ti'1 , ' avurn clue , at which feslivo occasion no less a person ( than William D. Jlowulls prssided. Thuro was ] n.ss formality than on the pruvio.ua * iiljrht but Air. AleCarthy .says ho nuver enjoyed himsulf more in hi.s life. . , , Mr. liowells. by ' the way , is a lirst rate man lo sit at liie'huad of a table. He has a peculiar faculty of enchanting and convulsing hi.s listeners by turns , and his tribulu to thu literary genius ot tlio guest was a beautiful gem of rhetoric. This , with Mr. AluCarthy's speech and talks by other gentlemen , made the oven- ing's entertainment most delightful. Air. McCarthy is being lionized by tlio bnsl people o'f Boston and viomily. Thursday ho was the guest of Professor Alorse at his elegant homu in Salem , whore may bu seen the most magnificent Japanese collection in iNow England The Irish patriot's next reception was at thu St. Batolf club , where he met a great many people of literary nnd artistic note who'welcomed him most cordially. Alto gether i should .say that Air. McCarthy's ; reception has bcun a warm and sincerq i onu ; that ho slundshigh in the estimation of Athenians , all'of which goes to provo. that Air. Alutthuw Arnold was nevermore sadly mistaken than when ho said that 3 thu intelligent , class of this country disip- : ( proved oHiomo rule for Ireland. . JIAUVAItD'rt ANNIVKIWAKV. Grual preparations aru making for the. , celebration of thu S.Wth anniversary of , tlio founding of Harvard university , to take place on November 0 , 7 anil 8. The Oth will 1)0 ) undergraduates day and thu programme has been announced f-.o far , for this day only. Il is as follows : At''i'JO n. m , , thorn will lo ; .scratch races rowed on tlio ( 'harlu.s rlvor. Al 11:30 : lliu students of all departments ot the univer sity , 1,800 strong , will march lo Sanders' theatre in Iho east end of Alumorhd hall , where the lloor of life house- will bu ro- Kiirvud for them. Tlic other purls of thu honsu will bo reserved for lliu ofliccrspf' the university , distinguished graduates , inited guests from other colleges , pram- , inunt mun in literary and political Jifu. and friemlsof thu speakers. Theru will , bu miislo by the Pierian Sodullly iim ( oi-iiions , poems and odes by thu stndcijl * ! In the afternoon llioro wilt Im a cham pionship gumu of football with Wesloynn. At 'cBO the procession will again form in front of the Heinenway gymnasium mid march through lliu principal urcels of Cambridge. The uniforms nf lliu olussus will bo as follows : Seniors , red togas and black mortar boards ; Juniors , uni form of a Continental soldiurof 1770 ; So phomores , costume of a dandy of tha year Ib35 ; Freshmen , uniform of a Fed' * crnl soldiurof 1801. There ) will bo many olhur Interesting , features ot llm procession in lliu wuj of i irnnsparunclas , tableaux , uto. , whic.li lo- gulhur with thu full programmes of lho > othur day of lliu colebruiion will bu givun latin1. This celebration will bu an uvunt in cnllcgu circles which in point of mturc t aiwl magnitude will nuvcr havu been initialled in this country. country.FHANV. FHANV. A traveled dog named Nod died thn oiliw day in Otis , Mns. . He had boon ovi'i' Europe , Asia , mid Africa. Ned was in his twentieth year. Ho had cro.vsod the Allantio sixteen times and traveled OT.iiO ! ) niilos. Ho wn.i buried with a gold collar and snugly wrapped in : v tug , A lady living near Sylvan la , Ga. , was alone at HID time ot thu cartli < itial.o , hur ' husband Ij'Hng away , bhtt wasjniro that ' some ono ' .van making an effort to break- in Hie housu. and it is said shu fairly riddl'ii ) HIP h a lii uf I ho liouso with buck- shut , firing no less than ten times with a donblo-barrolcd faholguh. A genuine ChcsapoaKo Bay Spanish nniokurul was. recently caught that nicaii- urcd two ami n 'halt feet in lunglh' . . was- ECVJUI .inchesi broad and wiVighnl oj.cvtiii . .B.nltimoroueyer ' BIUV its like ' ' A quicK-Vvildid tiii'd. waggish Borgia widovv'-niimed ( jiitin , as.fto.on s ( jhu ftslt , the -carl ljiuak.o | , blow an .onor'nious horn 'thai fins had in her IIOIIBU 'lo maki ! her ni'igli'i > ni tlruik iho i\ny \ r'loy ' ihouyht it' .