William H. Simmons
WILLIAM H. SIMJIOXS, until recently & resident of Pittsfield, Mass., is evidently evidently a bad lot, although at least one >ther person, aud that a woman, hardly thinks so. In the first place the authorities authorities ar,) after him for grand larceny aud forgery to the tune of $2,000, and in the jext place he has won the affections ol another man's wife and has induced her to run away with him. Simmons is said to be a kind of a sport. He dresses well and uses perfumery lavishly. Whether t was the sweet-smelling perfumes that loated about him ag he came into the presence of this other man's wife, or whether he has other charms to captivate * beautiful heart, is not positively known. But it is sure that the two have fled to >arts unknown aud it is also sure that before long be will be in the meshes of he law. Then the poor woman will wish, just as so many others before her la redone, that she had not li/v\3j, neither w sely nor well, anyone else but her Uw- ul husband. But such high fantastic ricks do some of these women folks ilay. -Afterwards it is not so much high leaven as they themselves who do the veiping, when, alas, it is too late.