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Tnt can can can ir ra leaving leaving -the -the -the -the depot and and and friend wared their their handkerchiefs handkerchiefs to the the departing one Bustle Bustle Bustle wma wma everywhere. everywhere. everywhere. everywhere. Cheer Cheer and rood-fcys rood-fcys rood-fcys rood-fcys rood-fcys rood-fcys ran eat eat eat eat eat loudly and the the the raking raking f people people people through through the ears. ears. ears. ears. halting halting for teat teat slamming slamming of door door and tht cries cries cries of' of' conductors conductors AH right right ounded ounded on on every tido. tido. tido. tido. la la la the mldit mldit of aQ aQ thb thb din din din al Yemen Thayer. Thayer. Thayer. Thayer. looking iteadlly iteadlly iteadlly at at at at an an open blue- blue- Telret picture case JId JId looked neither to the right right nor nor the left left even though on on both ide he wa frequently Jostled. Jostled. A look of admiration admiration admiration wa in in in hi hi eye and h turned turned turned the ease over over tp "f "f both fide then ased intently intently at at the face within. within. within. within. "Beaati- "Beaati- "Beaati- "Beaati- "Beaati- "Beaati- ful ful -a -a drtanV'h drtanV'h drtanV'h drtanV'h murmured murmured murmured With whatdelkaia whatdelkaia whatdelkaia grace grace UIOM UIOM UIOM rare rare are brushed off that that that exquisite exquisite exquisite brow and and and how how white white white the boulder boulder boulder half covered by by those those wavy wavy lock lock lock The The The Btbnth-1 Btbnth-1 Btbnth-1 Btbnth-1 perfection eherob'j eherob'j eherob'j eherob'j could could aet aet aet look rweeter.and rweeter.and rweeter.and rweeter.and the the the eye eye are are are truly the the the window window of tier oui. oui. Ceasing Ceasing thlf thlf fililaquy. fililaquy. he closed the the the ease ease ease and taking a cigar from the handsome handsome dear-ease dear-ease dear-ease dear-ease dear-ease dear-ease he he ab stractedly leaned back and and and from the wise blinking blinking of his his his fancy brown eyes one would imagine imagine imagine him far far away in dreamland dreamland IlsJlo IlsJlo Vera Vera Vera what's what's what's what's np np with with yon yon that that you you should should should should should be looking looking looking so deueedly deueedly melancholy T T T Here Here Here I've I've I've I've been been whistling and chirruping at at yon yon yon for the last quarter of an an hour. hour. hour. hour. What's What's What's What's up I sayt Are Are yon yon entirely entirely mm mm mm mm eompotf" eompotf" eompotf" "Hey. "Hey. yawned Vernon. Vernon. "Why "Why bless me. me. Jack Jack this yon yon Why how are you old fellow fellow where are are are yon yon yon yon going going snd snd snd where did you come come come fromf "Slowly "Slowly "Slowly slowly. slowly. Vernon Vernon at yonr yonr old tricks rattling rattling of of doxens doxens of question question at at at once. once. once. once. First give give me a chance chance to sit down. down. pat pat your cigar cigar and and I'll I'll befin befin my lingo though there is not not much to tell tell for little has has has passed passed since since we we we left college. college. Had Had a row with the governor and and am off to' to' to' to' make or break. break. First I'm I'm off to taste a few pleasures of tiara toga then I'm I'm go In Europe from England ra going going to ind I'll I'll co co to India India where I go I'm I'm the the 444UV1 U V I AUCt fact is I don't don't don't don't care most miserable fellow fellow on on earth and I'd I'd Just Just as as as lief go to Africa Africa as as as as not not and and there lire in domestic happiness with some some some pretty wny wny yon yon are desperate. desperate. Jack I nerer nerer expected to see Jackson Stanley Jackson in such such such a state state What's What's What's What's What's What's the matter T T T Come Come down to sense and gire gire me me the cause of your misery. misery. "Not "Not if if I know myself old fellow. fellow. What Give Give Give the sweetest sweetest dearest little girl in the world to yon yon T T Oh no I I'm I'm not generous enough for that" that" that" On bo I a woman woman at the bottom of it. it. hey T T T Well well may yon yon be happy. happy. I I can sympathize with yon. yon. yon. my broken broken hearted friend and if you'll you'll be consoled. consoled. I'll I'll I'll I'll tell you I am am similarly placed. placed. The The truth is a a I was stepping on the ear ear a small blue Telret Telret ease ease attracted my attention. It was lying lying under the ear ear and had eridently eridently been dropped by some one as be be was stepping stepping from one one car to another. another. I I hate hate hate hate no idea as to whom the original is is is but I do know I am desperately in love with the beautiful unknown and would climb Mount Mount Blanc to meet her "Shake "Shake "Shake "Shake "Shake hands Vernon said Stanley "and "and let me loo Vat the bewitching beauty if my eyes are not not too wicked to be allowed to gaze the celestial creature for inch inch she she she mutt mutt be be be on on to awaken awaken a feeling so intense in Vernon Vernon Tbayer bring forth the picture picture Now Stanley don't don't M so jocular jocular or you won't won't won't won't look at it at all said said Vernon. Vernon. Vernon. Vernon. putting bis bis hand in his pocket where he kept the prized picture. picture. Springing Springing the clasp he handed the open case case to Stanley Stanley and in stantaneously jumped np np with a perplexed What's What's the matter T" T" 'Matter 'Matter cried Stanley Stanley "why.matter "why.matter enough I should say say i i why. why. ble 8 you eyes my boy this is is is the twin sister of the girl girl I'm I'm tearing tearing all for. for. "Whew "Whew suggested suggested Vernon "glad "glad I met met TOO TOO boy you you hare hare given me new life now tell me who who she she is is and where she lives lives lives and she she she shall shall be be Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Vernon Thayer Thayer if it be a possibility. possibility. Oh Oh Fate I pray year year aid Well two month. month. month. ago ago I met Blanche Meroe Meroe and her twin-sister twin-sister twin-sister Mabel Mabel wh se picture yon yon yon yon hare hare at a a reception giren giren giren by Airs. Airs. Airs. Airs. Desmand Desmand on Fifth avenue 1 1 sought sought an an introduction and received it to the tw sisters. Blanche 1 1 worshipped from the moment I beheld her and I fancied she she she noticed me a little more than any other among the bevy of her admirers. admirers. I danced with her and we had a promenade in the conservatory. It was was a clear case case of' of' lore lore at Cnt Cnt sight' sight' sight' sight' I knew not not what I said and and and suppose I raid raid some some pretty foolish things for the the blushed several times and seemed ill at ease. ease. Well just as as I I was was in the midst of a torrent of loving words her sister ap ap peared peared and said said the carriage had come and they must must go at once as their uncle had come himself for them. them. I escorted her to the toilet-room toilet-room toilet-room as as as as she she she pulled her hand which she had giren giren me away from my lips her bracelet became un fastened and a locket which was was was attached to the chain chain fell to the floor. floor. floor. floor. I hastily picked it up and begged so so so to be allowed to keep it that in a hurry to leave me she allowed allowed me me to do so and taking a solitaire solitaire solitaire from my finger finger I pressed pressed it on on her finger finger and left her. her. From Mrs. Mrs. Desmond Desmond I learned that they were orphan heiresses and they were to leare leare the city for Saratoga the fol lowing lowing day with their guardian uncle. uncle. I immediately went to Saratoga but failed to see them them and since since since then I're I're I're I're been wandering in in search ef ef them much to the the displeasure of my father who i bent on my marrying a Miss Moneybags" Moneybags" of his choice but I'll I'll off to India India India first first 80 there's there's my whole stor stor And wearied talking he leant back and contemplated tho tho passing passing passing scenery. scenery. "But "But Stanley said Vernon breaking breaking the silence silence "what "what did the the locket contain which she she gsre gsre gsre you "That "That Why her picture and that that that of her sister ee here they are and taking a locket of great beauty beauty from a heavy gold watch-chain watch-chain watch-chain hi gare it to Vernon. Vernon. Vernon. Vernon. Vernon. Yes it is the same same same face. face. How muck they look alike with the exception exception exception of the color of the hair hair hair Come Stanley Stanley let's let's hunt up these heart-breakers heart-breakers heart-breakers and trust to fate for the consequence. consequence. Agreed Agreed my my boy. boy. We'll We'll to Saratoga and thence over the world if necessary. necessary. Arriving at their destination destination the two friends bound stronger together by their object procured adjoining adjoining apartments and after a Blight Blight refreshment retired to dream of their their their future future lots. lots. Arising Arising early early the the next morning morning Vernon and Stanley mountod mountod their horses for a morning canter down the road before before before breakfast breakfast The morning was lovely and the water slowly splashed up on on the beach and then receded to again run forward and touch the horses' horses' hoofc. hoofc. hoofc. hoofc. After After baring baring gone gone about three miles. miles. Vernon spied spied a large large old-fashioned old-fashioned old-fashioned house built upon upon a cliff and and and overlooking the the sea. sea. Look Jack See that old house How How solemn solemn it appears Come let's let's let's let's canter toward it it Two to one one I'll I'll beat" beat" And And And setting spurs spurs spurs spurs to his horse horse off he he shot like the i wind wind Stanley followed followed but was was was several several several several I yards yards yards behind. behind. Vernon Vernon reined up before j the gate and waited for Stanley to meet him. him. As they were were looking at the house a figure appeared appeared at the the window and carefully raising the window window window put forth a delicate white band band band from which which as the finger finger I relaxed fluttered a scrap scrap of paper. paper. paper. paper. As the action was was a cautious cautious one we perceived that that that cautiousness was required of us to to with a bound Stanley cleared tho tho tho tho fence. fence. fence. fence. and and and running up the steps steps steps rang the bell bell bell Vernon Vernon slowly followed and and dropping his whip stopped to pick it up and and the paper at the same time. time. Swinging his whip carelessly he glanced toward the door and and taw taw a weasel-faced weasel-faced weasel-faced old man man with whom Stanley was talking suspiciously suspiciously suspiciously watching watching him. him. .Not .Not at all concerned he he continued continued swinging his whip and as Stanley came down the steps turned and walked off with him. him. Not the plac plac said said Stanley loud enough to be heard let's let's go bacV bacV bacV and we will hunt it np np another day. day. And. And. mounting their horses horses they rode off well knowing that they were watched by the old man so they did not look at the upper window. window. After they had got without the tight tight of the harp harp eyes Vernon Vernon Vernon opened his hand and read the lines written hastily hastily on the the scrap scrap of of paper "For "For humanity's humanity's humanity's humanity's sake sake sare sare the life life of two girls confined in this house by their uncle. uncle. uncle. uncle. BLAUCBE BLAUCBE A A D MiB t MEBOE. MEBOE. MEBOE. MEBOE. With a hasty exclamation exclamation he handed handed the paper to Stanley. Stanley. The kindness of Providence said Stanley Stanley we'll we'll we'll get to the hotel as as toon a possible notify the police and reocue reocue the dear creatures creatures and who know know what oar oar reward will be u policemen headed by Stanley arid Vernon galloped along along the huh way. way. Hiding Hiding within a short distance of the mansion prison they dismounted and proceeded cautiously to the house. house. Entering the gate they rang the bell and and the door wa wa opened by the Came Came Came man that had opened it a short short short time time time aince. aince. aince. On seeing the police police he he he trembled and and grew grew pale pale pale and falteringly asked asked their business. business. "Two "Two yonnr yonnr ladies are are confined here here here we with with them. them. aaid aaid Stanley. Stanley. It i false. false. aaid the old man no no one it in the house bnt bnt myself. myself. myself. I I have two niece niece tmt they are away on a visit visit "It "It i useless to deny deny their presence In this house house aaid aaid aaid aaid .Vernon. .Vernon. 44 for they are are are here and and anlea anlea yon yon let us ee them at once once I shall hand hand you over to the authorities. authorities. Fear was de de picted picted picted in theold man's man's face and and he told the pout pout to enter and and showing them into the parlor turned to leave but but but Vernon arote arote aad aad aid aid be would accompany the man. man. Air. Air. Air. Air. Xleroe Xleroe Xleroe for to to he he proved to be. be. muttered Inandibly to JilmsaU but was obliged to submit. submit. ernon ernon followed him him p tke broad ftalreaie ftalreaie and and and together together they entered an an tle ntly nrnished nrnished library. library. library. library. Beating Beating himself in a comfortable comfortable easy chair. chair. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mere Mere aid t. t. Be eated sir. sir. sir. sir. J wist few jnomeatt conversation conversation with. with. Venton obeyed r and. and. glancing glancing at at the 'door 'door which Mr. Mr. Meroe Meroe had locked locked wa wa boot to .remark .remark .remark .remark of the action when Mr. Mr. 21 ere divining divining bis bis intention intention intention said said said with a arceniesmilei Yoa need have no fear fear aa were L 4 km km km TOO there there are other other down stairs stairs whom I I I I cannot dispoaeofko easily. easily. easily. That That only only safe safe your your preeiour preeiour life. life. life. life. Ha Ha I -Otaa -Otaa are are on on on a a trap-door trap-door trap-door now. now. Which Which Which if I but touch touch a a priig. priig. priig. will let you into ft ft doDgeon. doDgeon. doDgeon. where yon' yon' yon' might bowl till till you you were hears hears hears and and not not be heard. heard. heard. heard. And And And with diabolical grin he he he he leaned back back In hi hi chair and looked.surprised looked.surprised looked.surprised looked.surprised at. at. the little fear evinced by. by. his companion. companion. "Spunky "Spunky he he muttered a Vernon never never never moved from from hit hit position position "Wellyoung "Wellyoung man man you came toreecue nry nry niece niece niece did you.T you.T I'm I'm I'm I'm clad clad that om one ha pity for them T but perhaps you have an an object boy T T T Well. Well. I bate bate bate them yea yea I hate hate hate them o that I could could hold hold their pretty white white white throat throat with three finger finger till the little little little little dear dear turned bine bine and green in in the fsce fsce fsce with rood rood grace toe toe toe could I do so. so. so. so. bhalll bhalll tell you why T T Because Because they came into the property property property that that should be mine their tather tather left left left hi broad wealth to them. them. 1 1 have have wealth wealth wealth bnt bnt bnt I wanted more more 1 1 more and he he clutched hi bony hand hand to to gether spasmodically. spasmodically. spasmodically. spasmodically. Fool I wa wa wa not not to have have have have pat pat them ont ont of the way before this. this. this. this. Ha Ha Ha Ill Ill do it yet I'U I'U foil them all yet"-and yet"-and yet"-and yet"-and yet"-and yet"-and he he he laid laid U U head in hUfhsnd and seemed to think intensely. intensely. Presently he Started up and said Ye Ye I'll I'll foil them yet yet I'll I'll tend tend them to the red chamber through the paneled room and a they go go through the panel panel I'll I'll I'll I'll lock it and I defy them finding the spring to the moving panel ha I hare hare them come on sir I'D I'D lead yon yon to them. them. them. them. Vernon saw that the old man wat wat a raring raring maniac he knew .of .of the secret panel which the lunatic had had betrayed so so so so pretending to think that he was was to be be be at once conducted to the girls he followed. followed. He He He shuddered a he thought of all the secrett secrett of the old mansion. mansion. En En En tering tering a small small chamber which a erery thing was was of a blue color was was evidently the blue chamber JJr. JJr. JJr. JJr. Meroe Meroe directed him to be seated as as the room opened into the girls' girls' room. room. Seating himself his heart beat quicker as he thought of beholding tbe tbe original of the picture he he had found. found. Waiting for a few momenU momenU and bearing nothing either of man or girls Vernon Vernon arose and walked toward the door where Mr. Mr. Meroe Meroe Meroe disappeared disappeared and listened. listened. No sound sound sound greeted his his ears and thinking thinking the old man was playing playing some some trick trick he opened toe toe ooor ooor ana ana oeueia oeueia a room 01 01 medium medium size. size. The The The walls were of heary heary heary heary carved oak oak and divided off into large large panels. panels. panels. There was no no visible means means of exit exit and Vernon began to believe that he was duped by the old man after all. all. Running Running back to the parlor parlor he cried to the officers officers to follow follow him and and lead the way to the oaken room. room. Over every panel panel they ran their hands without seeming success and were about to give np np when Stanley cried Eureka r1 r1 r1 In the center of one of the panels wat wat the head of a snake snake darted forward his tongue sticking out out as if ready to pierce pierce whoever touched it. it. While foeling foeling over the panel Stanley's Stanley's ring accidentally caught on tbe tbe extended fang and in un fastening it he noticed a movement movement of the panel and on pulling the snake's snake's snake's snake's head a knob came forth from tbe tbe door. door. This then wa wa wa the entrance to tbe tbe chamber where the prisoners were. were. Turning the knob so mysteriously concealed the slide moved gently and noiselessly to one side and a small hall hall was disclosed crossing this ball ball the seekers went quickly quickly to a door opposite where where voices of supplication supplication were beard beard Spare us nncle nncle take our wealth but spare oar oar lives. lives. lives. lives. "Never "Never I" I" hissed a husky roice roice "you "you robbed me of what ought to be mine and and and now But before before he had time to finish finish the sentence he he was was geiied geiied from behind behind and tpeedily tpeedily bound band band and foot. foot. With all the force of a maniac's maniac's maniac's maniac's strength did the old old man endearor endearor to burst burst his his his bonds. bonds. bonds. Ue Ue Ue writhed and muttered curses curses curses against all who bad bad foiled him. him. Stanley was watching Blanche Blanche Blanche who now now that all all all danger danger was was over had had had fainted in his arms. arms. Mabel was on on a sofa motionless motionless staring staring at her uncle. uncle. Suddenly a look of horror orerspread orerspread her face and and she darted forward toward her uncle who in his intense writhings writhings had had burst burst a blood-vessel. blood-vessel. blood-vessel. A A tiny stream flowed from his mouth and Mabel's Mabel's efforts to stop stop stop the flow was useless. useless. Placing him carefully on a sofa the policemen stepped to the further end of the room. room. Blanche Blanche return return ing to consciousness with Mabel Mabel Mabel clasped their uncle's uncle's bands bands who who with with with with feeble tones tones tones pleaded forgiveness for the crime he was was was about about about to commit and it being being granted ex pired. pired. It it it needless to enter into the details of the preparations for a double wedding which was toon toon to come off. off. Blanche transported Stanley into a blissful state by showing him the solitaire still on the finger where he'had he'had placed it the first night he met bar bar and he changed his his mind about about about going to India and decided to accompany accompany Yemen Yemen and Mabel in their tour through through Europe. Europe. Veraon Veraon afterward learned that that that the picture which which h had found had had been dropped by Mabel's Mabel's schoolmate Daisy Fremont but he refuged refuged U U deliver it up to the owner s he he alwajo alwajo protested that it was by its means that he found a wife. wife. The old house in which Blanche and Mabel had been imprisoned was afterward investigated and proved to be full full of trap-doors trap-doors trap-doors trap-doors trap-doors secret panels and hidden rooms. rooms. rooms. It bad bad been built years before and was nntenanted nntenanted until about about about two weeks before their rescue rescue when their uncle with them had occupied it. it. Tho house was locked up and Stanley and Vernon Vernon determined never never to tell tell it but keep it as a remembrance. remembrance. The New Treatment for Rheumatism. The Jinttih Jinttih Jinttih Jinttih Mdical Mdical 2rc rd say say that the treatment of rheumatism rheumatism by propylamine propylamine propylamine has been under discussion at at the Societe Medieale Medieale des Hospitaux Hospitaux of Paris. Paris. Aprojxit Aprojxit Aprojxit Aprojxit of M. M. M. M. Iiujardin-Beaumetz's Iiujardin-Beaumetz's Iiujardin-Beaumetz's Iiujardin-Beaumetz's Iiujardin-Beaumetz's Iiujardin-Beaumetz's results results M. M. M. M. Besnier Besnier Besnier related related related fix fix cases cases in which the rapid rapid effects of propylamine seemed to him very striking. striking. striking. striking. M. M. Brouard related related two two two cases cases cases favorable favorable favorable to rropylamine. rropylamine. rropylamine. rropylamine. The first first was that of a man who had tw previous previous attacks attacks attacks of rheumatism rheumatism rheumatism which had lasted six weeks seized seized seized with a third at- at- at- tack and and treated by propylamine he was well in twelve days. days. days. The second was was a servant seized with a sharp attack 1 1 of rheumatism and and freed from it by two or three days of treatment. treatment. Propylamine Propylamine Propylamine will shortly be procurable at 80 franct franct the the kilogramme lits lits present price is 3X 3X francs M. M. Bujardin-Beanmetz Bujardin-Beanmetz Bujardin-Beanmetz Bujardin-Beanmetz Bujardin-Beanmetz Bujardin-Beanmetz added particulars of a case case of acute rheumatism in which tbe tbe patient patient patient seized for the second time with the disease disease was cured in eight days after five days of treatment. treatment. treatment. treatment. N. N. Combanlt Combanlt had succeeded in two or three cases cases cases in a surprising manner. manner. M. M. Desnos Desnos and M. M. Champonllion Champonllion had had seen too many -forms -forms -forms -forms of medication vaunted in the treatment of rheumatism not to remain skeptical at present with regard to propylamine. propylamine. The society agreed tn tn tn I I adjourn adjourn adjourn the ducu'fion ducu'fion ducu'fion till experiments on on a large scale scale in the hospital hospital shall have furni-hed furni-hed furni-hed complete elements for the appreciation of tbe tbe true therapeutical value value of j tbe tbe substance. substance. substance. substance. i i Inventory of Mr. Mr. Greeley's Greeley's Estate. Estate. From From the the the M. M. M. M. I.onli I.onli I.onli Republican Republican The official official official inventory of Horace Greele 'p 'p r r onal estate has been hied. hied. hied. hied. Its Its numerous numerous numerous items fill a K ng newspaper col col col col umn. umn. The total a ailable ailable asset- asset- asset- are Jlii.iWli Jlii.iWli Jlii.iWli Jlii.iWli including six shares of TrUxtm TrUxtm TrUxtm stock railroad bonds bonds promissory note and and and copyrights llis llis interest in copyright' copyright' copyright' is is is valued at S13,0 S13,0 S13,0 S13,0 0. 0. Tbe Tbe assets assets of doubtful doubtful value are computed at f7t OUO em bracing bracing chiefly Sromistory notes. notes. Cornelius Vanderbiit Vanderbiit r. r. it it it it down for l\UUU l\UUU l\UUU l\UUU Weston the pedestrian pedestrian for WH and Sam Sinclair M The worthless assets foot p IHO.nnO. IHO.nnO. IHO.nnO. IHO.nnO. IHO.nnO. Among these are 21 shares shares of tbe tbe L tica Bullion Mining Company. -J1.700 -J1.700 V V V shares of the Metropolitan Metropolitan Prodnce Prodnce Prodnce Companv one one bond of the jVUUCC VsUU'KII VsUU'KII c v/ v/ U'JUU U'JUU Ui l Knickerbocker Hotel Company Company 1OOU 1OOU 1OOU 1 thares thares of tbe tbe Lump kin-Chester kin-Chester kin-Chester Mini Company' Company' Company' Company' ttock ttock $2,000 $2,000 500 500 shares Metropolitan Manufacturing and and Mining C'ora- C'ora- C'ora- C'ora- C'ora- pany pany M "W "W 'tl 'tl shares shares shares shares Chemical Gold Gold Gold and JMlver JMlver JMlver Ore Reducing Company Company Company ,000 ,000 ,000 three shares Manhattan Quartz Quartz Quartz Quartz Mininr Mininr Company. Company. $1,300 $1,300 IU IU shares shares shares Emigrant Emigrant Aid nd Homestead Company Company $1,000 $1,000 104 104 bonds of the Metropolitan Metropolitan Mining and Manufac Manufac Manufac turing turing Company VCJM SD shares Land. Land. Loan and Trust Company Company $3,000 $3,000 $3,000 $3,000 one share Wilmot Wilmot Lake Trail Uame Uame and Deer Sport Sport ing ing Association 00. 00. A Romance of West Virginia. Virginia. Sarah J. J. Winemiller Winemiller a girl of about seventeen Summers who was was sent sent sent to the penitentiary for burning a small log church church in one- one- of the smaller counties of the State baring baring been pardoned by Gorernor Gorernor Jacob Jacob las las las been released. released. The manner in which this girl girl got got into the penitentiary is pecu pecu pecu liar. liar. She was was enamored of a young man who unfortunately wa wa wa charged with stealing a horse and was was put in jail jail jail to await a trial therefor. therefor. With a confidence in the unjustcesa unjustcesa of the charge against her inamo inamo inamo rata rata and a devotion to bun bun that were re markable ih proceeded proceeded to commit the act act for which which the the wa lent lent lent lent op op that he might be with him in the penitentiary. penitentiary. Bnt Bnt alas the man wa wa acquitted last Fall when when hi trial came off and he he ha ha ever ever since np np to the time time time of her pardon been 'engaged 'engaged in securing hi hi faithful faithful though rath rath sweetheart' release. release. The fact fact of this notable romance are cet cet forth in the petition. petition. The hsppy hsppy hsppy remit remit may may may be imagined. imagined. imagined. THE THE lug tf jtmn. jtmn. jtmn. Sketches Sketches of Its Its Its Moat Paaons Paaons Paaons Frauds Frauds and Counterfeiters Counterfeiters Counterfeiters Hanging Counterfeiters "By "By the Line. Line. Fraudulent Bank Paper Paper Paper Not Not Novelty In America. America. America. America. The The The recent forgery committed committed on the the Bank of England makes makes makes the following following sketch from the Cincinnati Cincinnati Time Time and and CArwUete CArwUete of past past frauds and and forgeries timely and and ot ot interest The The Bank Bank of Eng land was founded ja ja ISM. ISM. ISM. For For sixty-four sixty-four sixty-four sixty-four sixty-four years after it establishment the institution enjoyed a happy immunity from forgeries and to Richard Vanghan. Vanghan. Vanghan. a Stafford Stafford linen- linen- draper belongs the unenviable fame of its first forger. forger. Richard Richard Richard does not appear to hare hare hare been a bad sort sort sort of a fellow fellow indeed his general character was was above reproach. reproach. He He was was so so unfortunate unfortunate unfortunate howerer howerer howerer howerer as to be in lore lore lore with a pretty girl who liked him much bnt bnt money more. more. She could not not be perinaded perinaded to marry a poor man man to to to to the de de de voted swain counterfeited counterfeited with indifferent success success success some some some some 1,000 1,000 1,000 in in bank notes and de de de posited them with his lady-lore lady-lore lady-lore lady-lore lady-lore as as evidence of bis bis bis wealth. wealth. The marriage followed shortly shortly shortly thereafter but- but- but- the success of the honeymoon honeymoon was was somewhat marred by the hanging of Richard and eren eren eren the bills were not left for the consolation of the widow. widow. The example thus set was briskly followed and and for many years thereafter the Bank Inspectors were tried to their utmost to prevent the counterfeit notes from imposing even upon themselves. themselves. In 1781) 1781) 1781) the bank found itself in possession of a large number of forged notes so so so so perfect in all their parts even to the supposed invulner invulner able able able water-mark water-mark water-mark water-mark water-mark that their falseness was was hardly to be detected detected sare sare sare sare by the duplicate numbers. numbers. The most skillful detectives inspired by plenteous offers of blood blood money failed in every attempt at discov discov ery. ery. ery. ery. The The bills were easily traceable for a certain distance distance but in each case case brought np np nnauy nnauy at some some one 01 01 toe toe toe numerous numerous lottery offices then in rogue rogue rogue and there baffled further pursuit pursuit pursuit For many months months the the bank continued a victim victim to- to- to- this prince of counterfeiters counterfeiters until at last the 'merest 'merest accident led led to his discovery discovery in one Charles Charles 1'riee 1'riee 1'riee 1'riee who manufacturing his his his own own paper tools and inks doing'his doing'his doing'his doing'his own own own engraring engraring engraring and aided by his mutress mutress his own circulating had baffled baffled the most searching searching searching in vestigation. vestigation. vestigation. vestigation. The affection and watchfulness of the partner of his his his crime enabled him him to avoid avoid the the first descent of the officers but their tools were too close close for escape and and soon soon thereafter Price played the role of an English suicide in ornamenting ornamenting the four corners corners of an English cross-roads. cross-roads. cross-roads. FOBGEXJKS FOBGEXJKS ApD DETECTIONS. DETECTIONS. John Matheson a Scottish Scottish Scottish engrarer engrarer was was was one of the next to attract particular fame in the counterfeiting line and went composed composed ly to the gallows after reaping a half million of dollars dollars mostly from the Bank of England. England. During During his career one of th bank clerks inren/ed inren/ed inren/ed inren/ed a novel machine by which in the twiflklipg twiflklipg of an eye he could pare off a very thin rim from a sorereign sorereign leaving leaving the edge notched just as as as before. before. He He bad bad made several thousand pounds by the operation when he unfortunately found found himself one Monday morning dancing in mid-air mid-air mid-air mid-air mid-air at Tyburn. Tyburn. Tyburn. Another clerk had a very narrow escape from unmerited disgrace just at this period (1770) (1770) (1770) (1770) A back back note for ioOO had been stolen and and pa ment stopped. stopped. A few days subsequently the note was found in the paying department where it had been ex changed for gold. gold. It It had apparently been been certified certified by one one of the oldest oldest oldest of the receiving clerks who upon being shown his sig sig sig nature immediately recognized it but utterly failed to remember baring baring baring made it it The negligence negligence was to to g g ross that he he was about to be discharged in disgrace when one of the bank officers convinced that so trustworthy trustworthy a clerk could not hare hare made so inexcusable a mistake took the note note to an eminent chemist to have have the ink of the signature analyzed. analyzed. He He proved conclusive conclusive ly that the ink was not that used by the bank bank and that the certification must hare hare been forged. forged. At the opening of the present century the counterfeiting of Bank of England notes had increased in startling startling ratio. ratio. The cities and larger towns were little victimized by it the forgeries being of a verv verv poor poor character but in the provinces and among the peasantry of the the Continent Continent the the loss and consequent suffering was great great Birming Birming ham was the great headquarters of the trade and counterfeit notes notes could be be be bought as a contemporaneous journal say say "in "in quantities sufficient sufficient to load a jackass. Ihousanda Ihousanda upon thousands of them them were disposed of to poor and illiterate per per per sons sons who thought thought thought they were exchanging exchanging their little all for a a safer medium. medium. In 1H08 1H08 the trouble was temporarily met by the bank authorities by a change in the character of their notes. notes. notes. A A IMMENSE IMMENSE FRAri FRAri FRAri Early in 1814 1814 the bank bank and in fact the whole tock tock Exchange were victimized by a bull fraud that rivals in its magni tude tude and certainly in its daring the most famous of our all street corners not excepting eren eren that of Black Friday. Friday. Eng land was almost exhausted by her terrible fifteen years struggle with Napoleon and tottered on the verge of revolution and and and financial ruin. ruin. The successful military coalition had had had added te the deep anxiety and depressed depressed the funds to an alarmin g g ex tent. tent. if a sudden sudden there wa. wa. wa. a a tremendous rally. rally. Consols Consols rose with a jump jump and the transfers of a single day were greater than those of month previous. previous. The transactions on 'Change 'Change were were were of such magnitude that tbe tbe nimble fingers of the clerks could scarcely find time to tecurdjthem. tecurdjthem. tecurdjthem. tecurdjthem. vThe vThe cause ol ol the excitement was this this this On the -1st -1st of February about one o'clock o'clock in the raorninsr raorninsr a violent knocking was beard beard at the door of the Ship Inn at Dover. Dover. The intruder announced nimaelf nimaelf as Lieutenant- Lieutenant- Colonel Dubong Dubong aid-de-camp aid-de-camp aid-de-camp aid-de-camp aid-de-camp aid-de-camp of Lord Cathcart His His richly embroidered uniform bis bis stars order order gold lace etc. etc. supported the assertion assertion and the salt spray spray spray spray which wetted wetted him confirmed his story that he had bribed a French French French smuggler to bring him him acro 9 the Strait Strait Ih news was important. important. Napoleon Napoleon had been been slain slain slain in battle and the allied armies were in in 1'aris. 1'aris. 1'aris. 1'aris. 1'aris. The wildest excitement was produced. produced. The news was forwarded to London London and and and spread like wildfire. wildfire. Stocks and consols rose with tremendous rapidity and the se se se curities which had been bought by the the perpetrators perpetrators perpetrators of the job on Saturday Saturday for some some 8."i,000OlW 8."i,000OlW 8."i,000OlW 8."i,000OlW sold sold sold on Monday for fully Sl'i.OW.OOO. Sl'i.OW.OOO. The cra h followed speedily and tbe tbe banks and Exchange awoke to the fact that they had been "Dulled" "Dulled" "Dulled" "Dulled" out of over over .U .U UOO. UOO. The investigation implicated in the fraud some of the leading nobility including Lord Lord Lord Coehrane one of England's England's most most gallant naval naval naval officers. officers. TEH TEH TEH TEH F1C5TLEROY F1C5TLEROY F1C5TLEROY FRAUD. FRAUD. FRAUD. FRAUD. Close upon this gigantic corner came the r auntleroy auntleroy fraud one of the most daring and extensive of the century. century. It wa. wa. wa. a scrie scrie scrie of forgeries of powers powers powers of attorney executed by Mr. Mr. Henry Fauntleroy the head of a banking house of some standing and upon upon upon which he he had sold the Bank of Kneland alone alone alone to the extent extent of iVHMl. iVHMl. iVHMl. iVHMl. I I pon pon pon his arrest there was found in his pri\ate pri\ate pri\ate pri\ate room a box containing a complete complete list of hi" hi" hi" forgeries with tbe tbe following extraordinary indorsement indorsement In order to to keep up the credit credit of of the house house I have forged powers of attorney and hare hare hare hare therefore therefore sold out all these sums sums sums without the knowledge of any of my partners. partners. I hare hare hare giren giren credit in the accounts fur fur the interest when it became became due. due. UK.XRT UK.XRT UK.XRT UK.XRT UK.XRT FACJTLEROY. FACJTLEROY. FACJTLEROY. FACJTLEROY. FACJTLEROY. FACJTLEROY. Great exertion exertion were made made to secure the pardon of the guilty man on account of h\a h\a h\a h\a high standing but without success success lie lie died before the debtor's debtor's door at Newgate amid tbe tbe rast rast concourse concourse of spectators that an l nglish nglish nglish nglish criminal of late years has erer erer called forth. forth. forth. forth. About this this time it became apparent to tbe tbe English mind that the issue issue of small bank notes notes was was conducire conducire to a melancholy waste waste of human life. life. Counterfeiters were being being hanged at at at the rate of three score per annum and still the counterfeiting went on. on. Forged notes appeared of such excellence as to to to pass undetected through the scrutiny of tbe tbe bank inspectors. inspectors. Hanging Hanging Hanging did not seem to trouble the forgers forgers a particle. Men were hung in strings tars John John John Kranrln. Kranrln. Kranrln. Kranrln. Mnnnkv Mnnnkv Mnnnkv mnmind mnmind mnmind wit wit wit nessed nessed a waste waste of human life alike horrifying and disgraceful and yet the forgers were undaunted. undaunted. The famous case of William Weller was evidence of how callous such such such frequent frequent executions had made made made the criminal population. population. In the rery rery room where where Weller's Weller's corpse lay in its open coffin and not an hour after it had been taken from the gallows his accomplices passed passed counterfeit counterfeit counterfeit 1 notes notes notes on the attendants. THE THE COTEESrifEXT COTEESrifEXT A FORGER. FORGER. FORGER. FORGER. Then the authorities first began to perceive that the sereritr sereritr of the criminal code orerleaped orerleaped itself. itself. The press took up the war and and after a bitter fight forced Sir Robert Peel in 1830. 1830. to bring in a bill dis continuing the the punishment of death in all eases of forgery sare sare of powers of attorney and deeds. deeds. The The The fight was was net advantageous to England's England's England's England's reputation. reputation. reputation. reputation. During its pro pro gress gress Mr. Mr. NichoUf NichoUf charged in the noose noose noose of Commons that the Gorernment Gorernment itself itself had engaged in forgery In order to depreciate the credit ef ef France France France and America America America and Mr. Mr. Donbleday Donbleday openly asserted that Pitt eacsed eacsed a large quantity of French asMgnats asMgnats to be forged at Birmingham -with -with like purpose Out of Ttry hame. hame. they were obliged "to "to banging banging for for crimes crimes they .theoMUrea .theoMUrea .theoMUrea committed committed From From From the long Itit of frauds frauds on the Bank 'of 'of 'of England England England that remain vnmentiooed vnmentiooed we. we. one one wherewith' wherewith' toeloa toeloa ear sketch. sketch. sketch. sketch. atop atop had had c Ibe Ibe famous famous Excheqaer Excheqaer forgeries of l Bills cf Exchequer Exchequer are are scmong scmong the the most popular popular popular securities of the the realm realm and aoney aoney Is a readily borrowed npoatbem asapon United Btatea Btatea bonds to-day. to-day. to-day. to-day. to-day. Daring tbe tbe fir rears rears mentioned. mentioned. mentioned. Edward Braamoat Braamoat EmUh. EmUh. EmUh. Chief Clerk of of the Issuing Depart Depart ment ment of the Exchequer. Exchequer. -with -with the assistance of of two confederates borrowed borrowed and wasted Da Da Da Da atoek atoek speculations speculations speculations wpward wpward wpward wpward of toJOO- toJOO- toJOO- toJOO- on on forged Exchequer Exchequer bills. bills. The The The method operation operation operation was this Smith took the genni of of of i r ue blanks" blanks" blanks" of the Department forged the signatures and and with the assistance assistance assistance of his confederates confederates negotiated short-time short-time short-time short-time short-time short-time loans on on them them at at six per cent cent contract contract contract ins aa aa was was quite quite customary customary .that .that the tndmdna tndmdna bills bills bills should be held for redemption. With tbe tbe money thus obtained he wp ld speculate in stocks and if successful would take p and and and destroy the forged securities if unsuccessful would take them up with money borrowed upon others like them. them. When the the the crash of of discovery came came upward of 400,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 of these these these forged bills were in in circulation. circulation. After much much hesitation the Departmenteonelnded Departmenteonelnded Departmenteonelnded to redeem seme seme seme 200,000 200,000 of them. them. The The The reason for re fusing payment payment on the others was startling enough. enough. It was conclu/ively conclu/ively conclu/ively conclu/ively proved that their- their- holders holders holders who had had lent money to Smith's Smith's confederates upon them suspected if they did not not know know that the bills were forged bnt bnt believed that that the certainty of redemption was all all all the greater in conse conse quence. quence. quence. quence. WILL-STRUT WILL-STRUT WILL-STRUT WILL-STRUT WILL-STRUT WILL-STRUT FRAtrDft. FRAtrDft. FRAtrDft. FRAtrDft. In this connection it may may be stated on the authority of one one of the most most eminent bank Presidents of America that there bare bare been not not infrequent occasions on Wall Wall street when when checks with forged certifications barMbeen barMbeen knowingly received. received. On days when when money was particularly close leading operators hare hare occasionally resorted to this method of makinz makinz np np their balances at the closing hour and the bank officers officers hare hare hare permitted it to pats pats pats knowing that the paper was sure to be taken up the next day. day. The field field of bank frauds is a wide one fcd full of tbe tbe most romantic adrentures adrentures adrentures and and and and the most brilliant daring daring and and and skill. skill. The growing proportions of our sketch sketch however forces us to a close and we can only only suggest by way of moral moral that half of the ingenuity activity and energy shown in this line line of crime would secure fame and independence if if exercised in legitimate pursuits. pursuits. KLEPTOMANIA. KLEPTOMANIA. Blngalar Blngalar Blngalar Blngalar Prevalvarce Prevalvarce Prevalvarce of of the DUe Ckleaa-o Ckleaa-o Ckleaa-o Haw Rec t k Ie Lat- Lat- Lat- Lat- 41e 41e Cm iht Filtering Filtering From Ua tore From tt Chicago Chicago PoiLj PoiLj PoiLj A kleptomaniacal kleptomaniacal kleptomaniacal epidemic teems teems to hare hare prerailed prerailed in Chicago for tbe tbe past past few week week week week While it might might be be considered harsh to produce the names names names of those those those who hare hare been detected it is entirely proper proper that the the facts should should should be made public in such such such a way as as to expose the deeds and and and at at at the same time screen the authors from the mortification of a a disgrace for which they are not not responsible and should not not be called to public account account account A VEKCHART'S VEKCHART'S VEKCHART'S VEKCHART'S WIFE WIFE A lady who resides on the Avenue is tuch tuch tuch a confirmed confirmed shoplifter that her husband nerer nerer permits her to go upon the street without an escort it it it it employed to watch her movements and and and prerent prerent her from indulging in tbe tbe gratification of an unnatural desire to tteal. tteal. tteal. tteal. tteal. tteal. In defiance of this watchfulness the the lady occasionally elnde elnde the vigilance of sharp sharp eyes eyes and makes a tour of the shopping emporiums. emporiums. About two weeks ago the the visited one of our largest dry goodt goodt stores made a few trifling purchases and at an opportune moment folded up and secreted under her cloak cloak cloak a valuable valuable valuable camel's camel's camel's camel's hair shawL The The article was was was toon toon miised miised but no one knew the culprit culprit although the clerk gare gare an accurate description to the detective who was was employed to trace the matter ont ont ont About a week after the larceny wss wss committed the officer officer attended McVicker's Theater Theater Theater Theater and saw saw saw the identical shawl worn by a lady corresponding exactly to the one described. described. She was accompanied by her husband. husband. The detective was confident that he he had had discovered the thief but not caring to create a scene he determined to delay action until the performance was orer orer and the woman and her escort were were on their homeward way. way. way. way. To bis bis bis bis great surprise an elegant private carnage carnage awaited them at the door door and the liveried liveried coachman coachman drove them to a marble-frent marble-frent marble-frent marble-frent marble-frent residence in one of the most most aristocratic neighborhoods on the South side. side. Ihe Ihe Ihe Ihe officer slept slept slept orer orer it and finally determined to make an investigation let the consequences consequences consequences be what what what they might' might' might' Early in the morning morning he he he repaired to the house of the rich merchant and Informed the servants servants who attended the door that he desired to see the lady of tke tke house. house. The gentleman had just descended the richly- richly- carpeted ttairwar ttairwar andas naturally curious to know what a good-looking good-looking good-looking dashing young young fellow wanted at that early early hour with his wife. wife. When therefore tbe tbe lady appeared she was accompanied by by her mystified husband. husband. Politely doubtingly the messenger of justice said "I "I shall bare bare to ask your kind forbearance for the the business that brought me here is of a a very delicate nature. nature. nature. nature. May I ask ask madame where you obtained obtained the shawl you wore at the theater laJl evening The woman said said not a single word but but tank tank upon a sofa sofa and burst into tears accompanied by hysterical s bs. bs. Knowing Knowing Knowing her propensity her husband at once eom- eom- eom- eom- Srehended the situation of affairs. affairs. Conducting the officer to another another room room he he re- re- laiea laiea many instances 01 01 similar similar nature stated stated that his wife never knew what it was to want want want for anything that money could could purchase bnt bnt that she she she never let an opportunity to to steal pass pass unimproved. unimproved. Tell Messrt. Messrt. Messrt. Messrt. Messrt. Messrt. naming the firm to send the bill to me together with all expenses and it shall be paid. paid. As As As a a matter of course the unfortunate lady's lady's misdemeanor was looked upon upon as a misfortune rather than a fault and she she she is now watched with greater precaution than before. before. A A .SU .SU .SU CASE. CASE. CASE. CASE. In one of the largest dr -goods -goods houses in the city within a a lew lew days days days a a sad instance of this phase of insanity was was brought to light light A clergyman's clergyman's wife a lady of of re re finement finement culture and undoubted purity of character character character is the victim. victim. She entered the store wat wat greeted with friendly welcome by those those who knew her and and and passed from from one one counter counter to another making a a complete cir cuit of of of the establishment establishment An An employee saw saw her soon soon soon after she she came came came in slip slip a package of lace inside her muff. muff. Following her and and watching with sharp sharp eyes eyes he saw the lady lady conceal many other articles in the same hiding-place hiding-place hiding-place hiding-place hiding-place hiding-place and dexterously dexterously transfer them to a capacious capacious capacious capacious pocket inside her cloak. cloak. Ai Ai the the the was about to take her leave leave leave the young young man man tapped her n the shoulder. shoulder. Madame Madame Madame said said he he it id id with great pain pain pain that that that I am compelled to detain you. you. you. you. you. you. "Mr. "Mr. said the lady indignantly indignantly indignantly "What "What "What "What do yon yon mean "Only "Only "Only "Only this this was was was the reply "you "you have taken a large number of articles articles hare hare concealed them about your your person and have not paid for them. them. The lady protested that it was false. false. "Will "Will yon yon permit me to examine the pocket in rourcloak rourcloak Overwhelmed with mortification and tbame tbame tbame tbame the. the. the. the. woman dropped her head head and and the tell-ule tell-ule tell-ule tell-ule tell-ule blush upon her cheeks gat e indubitable evidence ef ef guilt. guilt. Ihe Ihe man quietly took her arm. arm. and and without attracting the the attention of the the the large large large and fashionable gathering in the the the store proceeded proceeded to the private office of the proprietor. Ihere Ihere with choking utterance sh could only only say say 1 or iod's iod's iod's iod's take take take take don't don't don't don't tell m hu bsnd and my sister sister sister It was found that altogether she bad bad appropriated good good valued at W. W. She stated that she bad bad never before taken theralue of a penny that that that did not belong to her her and that the im im pulse was irresistible irresistible thatjshe thatjshe could not account for it it and begged in piteous tones tones for merer. merer. merer. merer. The propnetor propnetor of the store believing that she was not morally responsible assured her that no public exposure exposure should take take take place tbe tbe property was was re re tained tained and and with profound thanks the victim of kleptomania kleptomania kleptomania hurried from the scene of sn sn exploit exploit that only her high standing and unimpeachable character rendered a calamity and not a crime. crime. This circumstance is vouched/or vouched/or vouched/or vouched/or by one who witnessed it but who would under no circumstances divulge the the identity of the unfortunate woman. woman. SErEBAL SErEBAL SErEBAL OTHFa OTHFa OTHFa ItSTAKCKS ItSTAKCKS Are related at at at at baring baring baring occurred within a few days days most most most of them them of a trivial charac charac charac ter. ter. ter. ter. ter. ter. During the present present present week a woman woman dressed in the bight bight bight of fashion fashion and baring baring baring every appearance appearance of respectability respectability was was detected in secreting a SUE SUE necktie necktie in her her muff at a store where a great tale tale was in progress. progress. progress. At the the same same establishment establishment an other female when when questioned tearfully confessed to having having having having having appropriated several dollars dollars dollars worth of small articles. articles. In both instance instance they were permitted to return what they had takeni takeni under the charitable inference that the larceny was was was the result of temporary aberration of mind. mind. The extent of this fearful and deplorable mania cannot be estimated. estimated. Insanity is prorerbially prorerbially clothed with a cunning that defies detection and when on case is brought to light it is reasonable to infer infer that a teore teore are nerer nerer revealed. revealed. Were the whole truth truth known kleptomania would take a front front rank among the glaring features of this age of strange and and unaccountable delusions. delusions. If many professing Christian Christian should speak out the things they really feel. feel. Instead of the the smooth prayers which they do pray they would say when they go home at night 0 Lord. Lord. I met a poor wretch of your your to-day to-day to-day a miserable unwashed unwashed unwashed brat and Igare him sixpence sixpence and I hare hare been sorry ever since. since. JteecAer. JteecAer. lira History of an OaJdanrl Cfrarcli. Cfrarcli. ovv ovv pifferent People People View OUCLASD March 13i 1S7X 1S7X I began began some time'slnee time'slnee to sketch-our sketch-our sketch-our sketch-our sketch-our Oakland churches churches bnt bnt one or two topics topics of present interest coming up for notice prevented reference to some which are too prominent as features features features of Oakland Oakland Oakland society to be left In obscurity. obscurity. rHSBTtEXUX. rHSBTtEXUX. In giving the history of the First First Presbyterian Church Church incidental mention was made of Ker. Ker. Ker. Ker. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Hamilton' Hamilton' Hamilton' Hamilton' seceding congregation which is is known known as-the as-the as-the as-the Independent Presbyterian Church. Church. One One hardly seea seea any reason for retaining the name Presby Presby terian terian which 1s eridently eridently a misnomer the church church not being being aa aa the name name would denote amenable to the laws of a Presbytery Presbytery but but self-gorerning self-gorerning self-gorerning self-gorerning self-gorerning and independent. independent. 'At 'At the time of the rupture there were In the Pres Pres Pres bytery bytery a lew lew lew fossiliferona fossiliferona remnants of that decaying decaying school of theology which in former times took a grim delight delight in portray portray ing the flames of hell hell hell and representing God as a vengeful being always on the alert to catch some unwary mortal tripping and cast him him therefor therefor into eternal burnings. burnings. The devoUes devoUes of Juggernaut Juggernaut Juggernaut who lie crushed and bleeding under his chariot wheels are but but sharers sharers In the riewt riewt riewt riewt of Divinity which were promulgated by this school of theolo theolo gians gians who pictured od as so so enraged at a sinful world that he could only only be appeased by the shedding of innocent blood. blood. A xrw xrw riKW. riKW. riKW. riKW. Mr. Mr. Hamilton Hamilton on the contrary had had learned to look npon npon iod iod as as as a loving loving father who desires the the happiness of his his his creatures and has has arranged the whole whole whole system of his government to further that end. end. He He wixely wixely wixely thought thought that the majority of his his hearers could more easily be won to the service of a a loving loving lainer lainer man man tnat 01 a wratniui tyrant and urged them by motives of love rather than fear. fear. The same same view of Djvine Djvine character begot in in bis mind grare questionings in regard to the future state state state of the wicked ana ana the meanins meanins of the word everlasting as as as applied to the duration of their future punishment punishment punishment punishment Probably among thinking men there are few who hare hare not not at times had similar misgiving even though they may hare hare felt bound by the force of early education to dismiss dismiss them as as as dangerous and heretical. heretical. The poet's poet's lines have found an echo in many an earnest soul O O yrt yrt we trntt trntt that tomenow tomenow good Will Will be tbf tbf flnal flnal goal goal of IU IU To To png png f"n f"n tor tint tint of of will Defccti Defccti of uoubt uoubt awl awl tatnu tatnu of of Wood. Wood. Wood. Wood. Inat Inat nothing walks with sunless sunless feet That not one one life shall shall be destroyed Or cast cast a rnbblth rnbblth to tbe tbe void When God hath hath made the pile complete. complete. Behold Behold we know not anything I I can but but tract tract that good shall shall fall At U t far off at Uit Uit to aU aU And trery trery Vi Inter change to Sprt g. g. PASTOR ASD ASD CHCRCH. CHCRCH. CHCRCH. CHCRCH. Mr. Mr. Hamilton Hamilton with a a frankness to which he sacrificed bis bis bis bis self-interest self-interest self-interest allowed his people to share in his his mental processes processes processes a thief which most most men in his position would consider unnecessary unnecessary and perhaps unsafe- unsafe- preferring to confine their range of argument to truths more easily demonstrable thsn thsn those relating relating to a state concerning which we have have have so few data to guide us us us in our investigations. investigations. The result although attended with much that was hard to Dear Dear he does not not probably probably now regret regret Having Having sacrified sacrified so much to his lore lore of truth he he he nerer nerer could hare hare remained in the Presbyterian body although a voluntary withdrawal would doubtless hare hare been more more agreeable than the summary summary summary ejectment he received at the hands hands of the inquisitorial body who pronounced sentence npon npon him. him. him. him. IS IS IS HIS HIS rRKdUT rRKdUT FIELD FIELD He He ha ha ha access to a class of people whom otherwise otherwise otherwise he nerer nerer could hare hare reached. reached. 11 iacongregration iacongregration embraces a a large number of the most intelligent and thinking minds in our community his right hand hand supporter being Dr. Dr. Dnrant Dnrant late President of our Htate Htate I I nirertity nirertity a gentleman educated in the straitest straitest schools of New Haven and Andover. Andover. Kev. Kev. Kev. Kev. Dr. Dr. McClure and his cadets are quite quite a feature in the the congregation congregation congregation and the the late Edward Tompkins was was a warm personal friend of Mr. Mr. Hamilton and a devoted attendant on his his ministrations. ministrations. The ladies in this church are quite quite a power and do mocb mocb to advance its prosperity. prosperity. The sociables sociables held under their supervision are noticeably pleasant and frequent entertainment- are given to the children of the congregation. congregation. The church parlors are ample and have have ail ail the commodious commodious adjuncts of dining room room kitchen kitchen etc. etc. to facilitate their plans. plans. plans. plans. The audience room is not large nor particularly pleasant but as as it was built for a lecture room and designed only only for temporary use it would be unfair to judge it it by any rules of church architecture. architecture. Tfl CROWISG CROWISG CROWISG C05GEKCATI01 C05GEKCATI01 Requires more ample accommonations accommonations and probably steps would before now hare hare been taken to complete the the original design of which which the present building is a a wing' wing' but but for the serious interruption of activities caused by the prolonged illness of the pastor pastor ini" ini" ini" wan wan wan wan occasioned occasioned oy oy oy a a oem- oem- orrbace orrbace from the lungs and for se\eral se\eral se\eral se\eral months he wa.i wa.i wa.i laid aside from active duty. duty. 01 01 r r O Till Till 11 AT TRACK. TRACK. TRACK. TRACK. TRACK. TRACK. Mr. Mr. Mr. Hamilton's Hamilton's Hamilton's Hamilton's sermon. sermon. sermon. sermon. are replete with original thoughts carefully carefully digested agreeably presented and baring baring a practical application to the the every day life of his hearers hearers lie lie lie spends spends no time in speculating speculating n impossible questions or in endeavoring to revivify defunct theological fossils. fossils. The precise dimensions dimensions of Noah's Noah's Noah's Noah's Ark and the mechanical structure structure of Uoliah's Uoliah's Uoliah's Uoliah's coat of mail mail are to him less less important matters than the daily upright walk founded on a ju t appreciation of one's one's one's one's duty to his his Maker as Father and friend friend and the lasting lasting and terribly debasing effect of lin npon npon the soul. soul. soul. soul. Not ignoring the necessity of a confiding faith in the divine lore lore he teaches that the only evidence of tbe tbe existence of such such such faith is is a life fruitful in good deeds. deeds. Character to him u u u u more important than creed and and and his his friends can see in him much to remind them of Goldtiniith's Goldtiniith's Goldtiniith's Goldtiniith's Goldtiniith's Goldtiniith's village pastor who alluded to brighter worlds an i led the way way A less poetic but equally apt comparison occurs to the writer in the the remark of one who who bad bad been been listening to the opposite kind of preaching. preaching. I I thought the shepherd's shepherd's shepherd's shepherd's business business was was was to lead the flock into green pastures pastures pastures and see them fed and and nourished but Mr. Mr. spent all his his strength in pelting the the sheep with sticks sticks sticks and stone stone and must must ha e frightened the lambs quite away. away. away. away. A A trw trw FIELD. FIELD. FIELD. When your Pulpit Photographer Photographer has has furnished his f-an f-an f-an f-an rancisco rancisco views he will find several several subjects worthy of a sitting sitting by cros in r tbe tbe bay and visiting tome tome of our Oakland Oakland churche churche churche But 1 1 mult mult give him him one one word of of advice in regard regard to Mr. Mr. Hamilton's hurch. hurch. hurch. hurch. if be be desire desire to see the congrcpaticn congrcpaticn at at its its best best let let him be sure and hoope hoope a a a fair day day For For For some some some strange strange strange and mexplicabln mexplicabln mexplicabln mexplicabln mexplicabln ren on they will not come out out on a a rainy undny. undny. undny. undny. undny. undny. The greater number of them ha\e ha\e ha\e ha\e their their carriages which never fail even in the hardest storm to find their way way to the railroad station morning and and and night night The gentlemen go to the city rain or shine and it would be a terrible torm torm indeed that would keep tbe tbe ladies from a fashionable fashionable fashionable party. party. party. party. There There is something peculiar and phenomenal in the effect which a Sunday storm has upon them alt alt alt I have heard heard heard of a a class of people known known known as as "fair "fair weather Christians Christians Christians but bad bad supposed the species extinct extinct Is it possible possible that tbe tbe tbe still exist and in in our charming dak land Mippo ed to be free from men men of ou fr e the ills ills that plague mankind T T QUILLA. QUILLA. QUILLA. QUILLA. The Locomotive as a Fool-Killer. Fool-Killer. Fool-Killer. Fool-Killer. Fool-Killer. From the the New York Times. Times. When a custom once becomes firmly es tablished tablished it is is is nearly impossible to suddenly break it up. up. So it is with the custom which which has long prevailed among pedestrians of walking walking on a railway track and stepping out of the way of a train approaching approaching approaching on one track directly in the way of another train on in e other other tracK. tracK. in is teat is one wbicb is is is is extremely easy of performance performance performance bnt bnt except to those wishing to commit suicide suicide it is nearly always always always a a rery rery unsatisfactory one. one. Two men men tried it the other day on the Baltimore aad aad aad aad Ohio Railroad and must hare hare been dis dis dis agreeably astonished by the suddenness with which an unexpected train proceeded to dissect them. them. So many men hare hare been killed in precisely precisely the same way. way. that erery erery one knows tbe tbe danger of stepping stepping on to a railway track without looking looking to see if a train is approaching. approaching. The practice has attained the dignity of a custom in seme seme parts of the country and warning and remonstrance seems to be of no arail arail against it it The The report that Fechter Fechter was was to begin the rthearral rthearral of Monte Oritto Oritto Oritto on on the 3d at his newly-fitted newly-fitted newly-fitted Fourteenth-street Fourteenth-street Fourteenth-street Theater was untrue. untrue. Lissie Lissie Price will be in his company and Willie Willie Willie Wintie. Wintie. Wintie. her husband husband ha ha ha rone rone rone to England on business for Mr. Mr. Fechter. Fechter. Fechter. Fechter. George Boniface who who was to be leading leading man has withdrawn withdrawn owing to the delay in opening. opening. Mrs. Mrs. Melinda Jones and Mis Mis Sanderson Sanderson are also engaged. engaged. The theater theater theater will possibly open March Uth. Uth. Uth. Uth. t t EVE'f EVE'f EVE'f EVE'f 0MMHTXM. 0MMHTXM. For trimmed with lace li t eltoet traTaganeev traTaganeev traTaganeev The The The ladles who carry off the most drws Vatberwomra. Vatberwomra. Vatberwomra. Vatberwomra. EleereleM EleereleM kid Tests Tests are the latest noTelty noTelty n ladies' ladies' dress. dress. A lady sculptor sculptor will shortly open a studio studio a Philadelphia Philadelphia Irih poplins aregreltly Infaror Infaror among Why didn't didn't didn't didn't Congrew raise the the salary salary ef ef ef ef the Treasury Treasury girls tAflt tAflt Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Alfci Alfci Cary Cary Clymer. Clymer. Clymer. nelce nelce nelce and and re siduary siduary legatee legatee legatee of the ilusea ilusea ilusea Cary Cary died died last w In Florida. Florida. Florida. Florida. Miss Miss Emily Emily Faithful' Faithful' la la reported reported to hare hare suffered much much from asthma since her ar rival rival in this country. country. The The The daughter daughter daughter of. of. the late late late Mr. Mr. Oreelsy Oreelsy Oreelsy hare hare determined determined to retain the management of the Chappaqua farm. farm. The The fashionable women of of New New Orleans. Orleans. are immensely annoyed by risits risits iron iron country cousins during during Mardl Mardl Qras. Qras. Qras. Qras. A young girlat Bethlehem Pa Pa wcently wcently had had one of her eyea knocked completely ont ont ont of of iti iti socket by a snow-bait snow-bait snow-bait snow-bait snow-bait snow-bait snow-bait snow-bait In the House House of of Commons. Commons. Jaeob Jaeob Bright has presented a petition from lOjuou lOjuou lOjuou women of Manchester in faror faror of female suffrage. suffrage. Hiram Hiram Fuller is is again it it the surface. surface. He He He He is is is now now forming in London an American Club of which ladle ladle may become members. A society of of Philadelphia ladies ladies declare they will not trade where female clerks clerks ar employed. employed. employed. employed. It destroys all all the romance of of shopping they say. say. say. say. It is proposed that gentlemen shall wear their hats in theaters until the ladies consent to giro giro giro up the three-decker three-decker three-decker abominations they now wear. wear. Some Some female medical students atOwosso atOwosso Mich. Mich. Mich. Mich. bare bare got into trouble through being found in possession of a body of a girl stolen from a graveyard. graveyard. The Springfield Mass. Mass. Mass. Mass. RrpuMifon RrpuMifon RrpuMifon describes Margaretta B. B. B. B. Moore Moore in in her dramatic readings readings as as a young lady of 20. 20. and quite quite quite as beautiful and accomplished as Mrs. Mrs. Scott-Siddons. Scott-Siddons. Scott-Siddons. Scott-Siddons. Scott-Siddons. Scott-Siddons. Elizabeth Affolter Affolter the last of the thirty .patriotic .patriotic .patriotic Swiss women women women who commanded by an Amaion Amaion fought against the French on March 2. 2. 1798 1798 died lately at Urenehen Urenehen bwitierland. bwitierland. bwitierland. bwitierland. A girl in in Stonington Stonington used a singular cosmetic. Before going to bed she tied her nrii nn n atrw inrfl illAd vith hnt hnt rnniK rnniK rnniK to whiten them. them. them. them. The mush mush frose during the night and her hands hands hare hare hare felt uncomfortable erer erer erer since. since. A Washington "item" "item" reads thus "Mrs. "Mrs. Grant is said to hare hare the smallest foot of any lady of her bight in Washington. Washington. Washington. Washington. She weav weav weav No. No. 12 misses' misses' shoes. shoes. Miss Grant has also also rery rery rery small feet" feet" Vienna papers report tie tie serious illness of Prince Metteraich's Metteraich's Metteraich's Metteraich's eldest daughter Sophia Sophia a young lady of 18 years. years. The most celebrated of Viennese physicians hare hare been called who \isit \isit \isit the patient daily. daily. A white marble statue of Qieen Victoria weighing seven tons tons has has just just just arrired arrired at Vt Vt indsor Castle. Castle. The Queen is represented sitting-on sitting-on sitting-on sitting-on a chair with a dog lying by h r side. side. Ibe Ibe Ibe statue statue is being placed in tbe tbe vestibule of the state apartment apartment Tbe Tbe women of Washington presented Ames with three bouquets. bouquets. Ames Ames is hide hide hide ous ous ous in appearance and. and. and. and. has has no more gallantry than an elephant What would they do if some really dashing young young fellow should should should steal a few millions T T T The following advertisement appears in the Ws hington ChrontcU ChrontcU of of recent date date date "An "An obscure young young young lady would write for authors or writers. writers. Modesty prerents prerents her mentioning why they might prefer her writings to their own. own. Address etc. etc. Carlotta Patti was was n n born in Italy. Italy. The The The oldest Patti girl Amelia Amelia whe whe married married Strakosch. Strakosch. was was born there while Carlotta Carlotta and and AdeUna AdeUna were were born in New New Orleans. Orleans. Their Their Their parents were poor the father father being a fruit-peddler fruit-peddler fruit-peddler suspected of organ-grind organ-grind organ-grind organ-grind organ-grind organ-grind ing antecedents. antecedents. Carlotta's Carlotta's Carlotta's Carlotta's lameness is owing-to owing-to owing-to owing-to a hip decease in early early life which left one one one leg leg several inches shorter than the other. other. CONNUBIALITIES. CONNUBIALITIES. Masquerade weddings bare bare been been introduced in Indiana Indiana Indiana A young man in Iowa recently eloped with his stepmother. stepmother. A girl twelre twelre years old was was married re cently at Chardow Ohio. Ohio. Vice-President Vice-President Vice-President Wilson's Wilson's Wilson's Wilson's approaching marriage is rumored in Washington Washington Washington A daughter of a London tailor has has sued an Irish peer for breach of promise. promise. Twenty Twenty thousand francs is said to hare hare been the cost cost of Miss Rothschild's Rothschild's wedding robe. robe. There are are are indications it is is is said said of a split split split among tho tho Shakers on the marriage question. Tbe Tbe Legislature of Rhode Island Island has legalized legalized marriages between blacks and and and white. white. white. white. In China wires wires are legal tender for debts and bankrupts as as as a rule rule do not not conceal their effects. effects. At a recent recent wedding at Providence Providence R. R. R. R. L one of the moat moat moat valuable of tbe tbe presents was stolen by a guest guest Gladstone's Gladstone's Gladstone's Gladstone's niece according according to the CSurl CSurl Journal is ro ro be married in May to a Captain in the the Dorse Dorse Guards. Guards. Six applications for divorce bare bare been made made by diflerent diflerent members of the same family in Marysville Ky. Ky. Bismarck's Bismarck's Bismarck's Bismarck's wife is is is short short short short and stout and rather fine-looking. fine-looking. fine-looking. She She officiates as as as as her her husband's husband's husband's husband's clerk clerk and seeretarr. seeretarr. seeretarr. seeretarr. seeretarr. seeretarr. Miss Miss Eliza Eliza Eliza Capel the sister of Monsignor Monsignor Capel. Capel. Capel. is to be married at the pro-Cathe pro-Cathe pro-Cathe pro-Cathe pro-Cathe dral dral Kensington to a London solicitor. solicitor. For For For one yoke of stags stags stags to me delivered delivered delivered delivered a Canada farmer farmer farmer dropped hit hit hit breach of promise suit against a man who who who agreed agreed to to marry his his daughter. daughter. daughter. daughter. A lady thinks thinks it rery rery rery rery strange strange that that whenever she goes goes goes to the the theater with her husband he always always always goes goes out between the acts acts to get some some some cloves cloves to chew. chew. chew. chew. A man man in in Indiana Indiana Indiana Indiana on returning returning home from abasines abasines Jburney Jburney recently found that his wife during his absence had raf fled fled off off all all all his his furniture furniture and and and departed and and and the Sheriff Sheriff arrested him him for for allowing allowing allowing gambling on bis bis bis bis premises. premises. premises. premises. A Minnesota Minnesota girl girl lately lately married an acquaintance who happened happened to be in the church rather than wait for her lorer lorer who was a quarter of an an hour hour behind the ap ap ap pointed pointed time. time. No. No. No. No. 1 1 condoles condoles with No. No. No. No. 2 on his misfortunes misfortunes misfortunes in having having such such such a fussy fussy wife. wife. The Wilmington Wilmington X. X. X. X. X. X. C. C. C. Star Star Star tells of a negro woman in that State State State who is 115 115 115 115 years old. old. Her Her son son was was was married the the other other day at the age of SI to a young young woman of t summers. It mutt mutt hare hare been a gad gad gad thing thing to the mother mother to tee tee tee tee her eon eon take to to important a ttep ttep ttep at at -o -o tender an age. age. RELIGIOUS. RELIGIOUS. RELIGIOUS. RELIGIOUS. A Catholic college college is is is to be be built at Dubuque Iowa. Iowa. Iowa. Iowa. T oldest oldest oldest Bible Bible Two blasts blasts of a steam whistle ii the signal signal signal for divine serrice serrice serrice serrice at Port Port Maduon Maduon Maduon Maduon Washington Territory. Territory. Territory. Territory. No service service service could be held in a church church at Columbus Columbus Columbus tia. tia. tia. tia. tia. recently recently recently because because the the sexton sexton had lott lott lott the keys. keys. The Archbishop Archbishop of Canterbury has has been been discussing the the subject subject subject of Sabbath trading trading with with Ifondon Ifondon Ifondon dealers. dealers. WestportConn. WestportConn. dispenses dispenses with bell-ringing on -Sundays -Sundays on account of several cases of nervous nervous complaint complaint A Methodist Methodist church in Henry county county 111. 111. 111. 111. 111. 111. was used used used by the the congregation congregation to gire gire gire gire a theatrical entertainment entertainment in in recently. recently. The newly-appointed newly-appointed newly-appointed Roman Roman Roman Catholic Bishop of Newark Newark the Rer. Rer. Rer. Rer. Dr. Dr. M. M. A. A. Corrigan is the the youngest youngest youngest Bishop Bishop Bishop in in the United United States. States. States. States. The The clergymen clergymen clergymen of Lebanon Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. are in dignant dignant dignant because because the girls girls of their congre congre congre gations eat peanuts in church. church. The The cracking noise often often destroys the most most most most beautifully-rounded sentences A clergyman clergyman of high high standing standing standing in in New York traces traces the the non-attendance non-attendance non-attendance non-attendance non-attendance non-attendance at ohurah ohurah ohurah of the middle classes classes classes to their lack lack of means means for dressing dressing their wires wires wires and and daughters daughters in in accordance accordance with the extreme fashion fashion displayed in the pews. pews. He He thinks the fact fact one one of tbe tbe grarest grarest erils erils of the time time time A Peoria Peoria Peoria minister minister minister while thawing thawing a frozen frozen frozen wasp out tbe tbe other day to see see if heat heat would resuscitate itwasartonithadtoflnd itwasartonithadtoflnd how how hot the the sharp end end of the insect insect insect became in in a A lively competition is going on between roy and and Syracuse as to which owns the zew zew seeonos seeonos ana ana ana tnose tnose tnose tnose wno wno lire lire lire lire next next door door state they thought they heard a piteous cry for" for" Helen Blazes" Blazes" by a man' man' man' man' voice. voice. voice. voice. A German German German preacher near near Dayton Dayton who objects to his congregation chewing tobacco in church requested them to leave their cads cads cads eut eut eut eut of door door door on a flat flat rail rail in in a fence fence corner corner under the step anywhere for there there there would be no no danger danger danger of of the birdi birdi birdi birdi geese geese geese hogs hogs hogs or or anything anything eating eating eating it or carrying carrying it away. away. As As As Dr. Dr. John Cummlng Cummlng Cummlng was was was lately about to begin a a lecture on The Pope and His Work in England at Folkestone Folkestone he he was giren giren a telegram from London announcing the death of the Holy Holy Father. Father. The lecture was was was consequently consequently 'toned 'toned 'toned 'toned 'toned down bnt bnt when when the lecturer discovered discovered the hoax his his indignation reached a high high high pitch pitch A Michigan Michigan clergyman clergyman clergyman wrote to to a a lottery agent agent "I "I "I de de de not not approve approve approve of lotteries lotteries I regard them a BO BO better than than gambling gambling schemes. schemes. schemes. schemes. schemes. My My son son bought bought ticket ticket No. No. 6 in your your your drawing drawing drawing but if if it drew drew drew anything anything anything anything anything don't don't end end end end the money money to him send it to me. me. me. me. The clergyman will probably feel relieved to learn that tho tho tho ticket didn't didn't draw draw anything. .ft .ft 2 S jft j&- j&- j&- tf rfsKr -Ba -Ba aatie Mwie In yianeU I. I. V'7 V'7 V'7 J D1- D1- Jl /lra /lra r p Europe in My'wht15ojn My'wht15ojn ll ailfor ui. ui. country he\ he\ him. him. N -.M -.M Some of the Band part part of J Kousseaa' Kousseaa' Kousseaa' Kousseaa' monodn monodn SM et Br stels C Untt'UT' Untt'UT' W arU An Italian composer naaed naaed rilont iL com posed an opera opera the scene scene scene of "LW "LW laid m m Paraduo. Paraduo. Paraduo. Paraduo. The author of the I it not named. named. For four weeks Datid Datid CarKc Sothern in the principal role has r' r' Sst-dolo Sst-dolo Sst-dolo W Uek d According According According to an Italian gazette there there art now more more than than thirty principal principal voeaUnJ Ralph Keeler author of Vagabonded. Vagabonded. trn/urr trn/urr trn/urr trn/urr trn/urr is is co-working co-working co-working co-working co-working with a rnuimjj rnuimjj rnuimjj uxajuiiui uxajuiiui uxajuiiui 10 10 10 proaooe proaooe Elan the American stage. stage. M rn. rn. Florence now at the Convent ef tit St St St Augustine Sitters Sitters near Paris has has eonw eonw pesed a mass which was long for th Ant. Ant. time on Christmas-eve. Christmas-eve. Christmas-eve. Theodore Blitz Blitz youngest son of Sinar Sinar Blitz died of consumption 21st 21st February at the the residence of his father in PhiladelfiijV PhiladelfiijV He He wai wai well known u u u a magician. magician. Hartley Hartley Campbell 1 writing a play for M. M. Carroll. Carroll. Mr. Mr. Carroll Carroll withTus Urte- Urte- elerer elerer little boys intend to leare leare eff taa variety business business business and go into the legitimate legitimate The Baltimore authorities authorities hare hare ordained that all trapeziits trapeziits in variety theaters theaters theaters U that city shall shall use a net work work under Mia of KO fine fine fine by the manager for each offense. offense. offense. offense. Vt J u oturaia oi Best Best tociety tociety or Modern Hypocrisy posed. posed. Jf me. me. Patti appears to have have achieved eaa of tbe tbe usual Kiusian Kiusian triumphs at St St St Petersburg. In a penormance penormance of of of the Cones Cones Ladrq Ladrq Ladrq she wa wa called called before before the curtain curtain during and and after the performance upwards' upwards' upwards' upwards' of fifty times. times. In view of the production of aa aa opera i"Vi.p1 i"Vi.p1 i"Vi.p1 OP Comiane Comiane now closed the Baronet da Maittre Maittre U U said to have given the Chef de Claaoe. Claaoe. Claaoe. David no' no' les that Jtt franca. franca. The Worrell Worrell Sister Jennie Irene aaX aaX aaX Sophie were performiag performiag at the Atheneom Atheneom Atheneom New York at last accounts. accounts. Jennie Jennie made If her debut on the 21th 21th ultimo ultimo and was rv rv rv t called fire fire or or six time time time t t An inventory taken of of of the late Edwin Edwin Edwin Forrest's Forrest's personal estate show show that he had had property rained rained at VSSIJSM. VSSIJSM. VSSIJSM. VSSIJSM. ills Jewelrr Jewelrr was valued at W1 his painting painting at if7,0 if7,0 if7,0 if7,0 and he he had 7 57 books. books. Professor Professor Dos Santo Santo aged. aged. aged. Ixty-cigaV Ixty-cigaV Ixty-cigaV Ixty-cigaV Ixty-cigaV Ixty-cigaV and for thirty-five thirty-five thirty-five year year organist of of St. St. Mary's Mary's Catholic Catholic Catholic Church. Church. Philadelphiadloi Philadelphiadloi reoentiy reoentiy from tbe tbe effect effect of a fall on on ke. ke. ke. ke. He He wa wa a native of Madeira. Madeira. Adelaide Phillip Phillip Camila Camila Ursa Ursa violinist violinist Cornelia Stetson soprano soprano O. O. O. O. r. r. r. r. Munjo Munjo tenor B. B. T. T. Hammond Hammond Hammond basso and J. J. A. A. Howard Howard pianist will will appear in concert concert at Titusrille. Titusrille. Titusrille. Penn. Penn. on the 39th. 39th. Alice Eingtbnry Eingtbnry the Elfin Star who hat hat b en killed by erery erery newtpaper newtpaper in tho tho country is at present residing in in Natchez Natchez Miss. Miss. with her husband Mr. Mr. Cooley the ttory ttory of her death being unfounded. unfounded. Victor Hugo's Hugo's Hugo's Hugo's play of Marion Marion ZWorotet IB of the proeentma proeentma plays during the the a- a- 'ire 'ire has been reproduced reproduced at theTheaUr one pire pire pire thoThe Francaise Francaise Paris with extraordinary soe soe cew. cew. cew. cew. Madame iavart takes the leading role. role. Mr. Mr. Mr. Vincent ttage-managar ttage-managar ttage-managar ttage-managar ttage-managar at Niblo\ Niblo\ displayed the advantage advantage of presence at mind daring a performance recently by announcing that the fire fire fire in Crosby street street need cause no alarm as it was was was entirely under control. control. The Spring season of Italian opera opened at the Academy of Music. Music. New \ork \ork February 28th with Lucca Lucca in fato- fato- nta. nta. nta. nta. nta. nta. The hons hons wa wa full te te orerflowing orerflowing and and Madame Lucca' Lucca' Lucca' Lucca' welcome was beany beany and cordial. cordial. Wilson and Clarke will play a sncceaiioK sncceaiioK of stars through tbe tbe country the coming coming coming season season of whom Miss Miss Kate Reignold Reignold Reignold it it March Uth and 15th. 15th. They propose ma- ma- ing the West their field of operations. operations. It seem seem settled now that AdeUna AdeUna AdeUna Fattf Fattf will not ting ting in America until 174. 174. Jilztoa Jilztoa will be Strakoseh's Strakoseh's chief prima donna next seaton seaton and probably both Campanial Campanial ud ud Capoul will be the tenors. tenors. Niusoni re ported as building herself a chateau at Yes- Yes- saillet. saillet. saillet. saillet. The flyer flyer Sisters 'colored 'colored 'formerly 'formerly ef. ef. ef. Sacramento were announced to appear appear appear ia ia concert at eteinway eteinway Hall New York York York en en the "rth "rth "rth "rth instant instant They hare hare traveled qoita qoita extensively extensively since they left California California ami ami s eiu to hare hare met with no little success. success. They tunned tunned tunned part of the Jubilee attraction attraction attraction The \fujtical \fujtical \fujtical \fujtical Standard Standard make make wm wm re marks on the modern pace at which the overture to Figaro is is rushed through. through. through. "We "We hare hare seen a critic it says listen listen to this overture watch in hand hand as if ke ke were in the grand stand at Epsom Epsom timing timing ract-borsea ract-borsea ract-borsea ract-borsea ract-borsea instead of enjoying a feast of of of sparkling music. music. The Strakosch Strakosch Concert Troupe. Troupe. withPattL withPattL withPattL and Mario performed at Detroit Detroit en en thelth. thelth. thelth. thelth. A local critic 01 01 the Kock Kock island .4ry .4ry complains that Mario no longer takes til til notes with fire and daring a if be be were were a a Titan storming Olympus. Olympus. If there there U U aay aay appreciation appreciation of genius in that section tk critic's critic's critic's critic's salary should immediately be raised raised A theatrical theatrical exchange say say of Atlxtr lhat lhat lhat condensed specimen of unmitigated unmitigated unmitigated grief is is aa aa popular as erer erer at ths ths Vlfti Vlfti Vlfti Avesus Avesus Theater and will continue sowkil sowkil Mis Mis Morris i retained a th unfortunate- unfortunate- unfortunate- unfortunate- heroine. heroine. It i her talent that that ha ha second second the success of the piece and to to patent if if tfaatlact tfaatlact that scarcely any on will deny deny that without her it would not ran ran anotaac anotaac anotaac week. week. Langrisoefand Langrisoefand Carle's Carle's Carle's Carle's Blaek Blaek Croat Croat Croat Company closed a successful season of on week week at I'lUifield I'lUifield I'lUifield I'lUifield Mas Mas Mas March 1st the r eeit t averaging orer orer STUD per night. night. W. W. U. U. U. U. Whiti-net. Whiti-net. Whiti-net. Whiti-net. Whiti-net. their general agent who so mysteriously disappeared torn torn week week since since i ahead again again the report that h had g to Peru to look for territory for next next seasoan seasoan seasoan was unfounded. unfounded. An Eastern coo temporary temporary gets off thefoW lowing The great Canadian imitator of t. t. Jefferson and MeWatie MeWatie has has recently enacted a burlesque Steg of of LucJtnota LucJtnota at Porkop- Porkop- Porkop- Porkop- i oil s. s. Diana ye hear hear this this Loganr Loganr aid aid a a constable with a writ tor tor tiix This i Kank-injnitice Kank-injnitice Kank-injnitice Kank-injnitice Kank-injnitice Kank-injnitice said the innocent perambulating render of Kip. Kip. Yon have had a SurT-eit SurT-eit SurT-eit SurT-eit SurT-eit SurT-eit SurT-eit of my brains ay OUre. OUre. OUre. OUre. -Takea -Takea draft of half-and-half half-and-half half-and-half said tie tie riral riral of Kean Kean and and Murray. Murray. Shell oat and get out taid taid the- the- fraternal Tom Tom and th cruel minion of the law released his iron- iron- grip and Arthur once more received the armpathv armpathv and condolence of the domestic domestic round table. table. Iron in England. England. According to the London journals the in creasing high price of coal coal in England ii ii continuing continuing to seriously affect th iron maa- maa- maa- maa- nfu-tnrinv nfu-tnrinv nfu-tnrinv nfu-tnrinv nfu-tnrinv nfu-tnrinv hniinAU hniinAU in Lhlt Lhlt ronntrv. ronntrv. ronntrv. ronntrv. IllOOO IllOOO IllOOO district the firee firee firee of some three hundred hundred hundred nr- nr- nr- nr- naees naees or one-seventh one-seventh one-seventh of the whole nuaosr nuaosr nuaosr in England England were recently recently extinguished ia ia one week while the pnee pnee of iron is now twelve shillings shillings shillings a ton highsr highsr than ia ia Jana Jana Jana The poorer elaue elaue of England hav hav ofactnrutg ofactnrutg ettabUshment ettabUshment will greatly in crease their suffering suffering suffering Tbe Tbe remedy remedy provided in "Little "Little Hedge namelyemigra namelyemigra namelyemigra tion tion is still still left to the Englbk Englbk laborer laborer laborer al though in that ease ease he may be fly ing to etui etui with which at present he i nnacqaainted. nnacqaainted. nnacqaainted. On the commercial tide tide tide an advance tn tn th th price of iron following from ft ft diminished diminished diminished production production will be felt felt wherever English English froniinjed. froniinjed. froniinjed. When iron U dear ia England the cost of building building or improring improring railroad railroad railroad ando-ofti ando-ofti ando-ofti t USBwa. USBwa. continue-to continue-to continue-to continue-to continue-to ad ranee for MUM MUM qteaee- qteaee- trike are ttlll ttlll eonunoa eonunoa ia ia Tariou Tariou of Great Britain Britain and and M M corner in Irja may may may may be the next commrtlal'enjatio commrtlal'enjatio commrtlal'enjatio commrtlal'enjatio S5S. S5S. Uw r f. f. Onaeecc SeB aa.ia"Kr/- aa.ia"Kr/- aa.ia"Kr/- a theater theater 'tr.Sw'a. 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Wht rJ tJ rtl' rtl' tc r U eJ t l aw bottm it hey' hey' We wel ma ou b hpp e mpaUbl wit ou m broken heae ad i 10u'l 10u'l b conole tl yO a .imlal .imlal ple t l ee'cPf ee'cPf i' i' i' w a tb' tb' .c .c w. w. .tppie .tppie er t aother. aother. 10 1 t orciDa klow a deprtly i wit butu UkowD woud clmb Bln t met he had Ver on lid Ste w&d w&d le lolut te bewithi blt i e at t wcke .10we .10we t ele cN cretr fouah mul b fee 1 iDtne 'I 'I a fe e i a YOl lok i a. a. puttng hi had hi pket whee f cu Jel d i atuteua jump wit perplee f Wba' Wba' mattr Mattr erie 8tnle. 8tnle. why mattr enonhIlhoulc. enonhIlhoulc. ble.slou eyel by thi ti 'lter 'lter 0 te cr I Im lev r al i I" I" 'leest 'leest VeroD cla ltm o vt hll s i ad .hl .hl b Veron i i pOlihitI. pOlihitI. ft ur Wel twomonthR me Blache Mero ed tw -i.tr -i.tr Mabl whese ictre hae a reepton .1L .1L DOed 'ih 'ih .venle .venle itolCtOD ac reeive twe .is .is Blache wonhipp bheld fare Dotice t f e "lJ "lJ e i h'r h'r h'r ad 1e promeade i aenatl. aenatl. I cler cu lov Jt liht' liht' said r he ll h ao o i ee Wel j n midt trrent 10vi .istr .istr ap pe ad te carage ha e r "f "f f n. n. 11 rc e toi.t-rom toi.t-rom toi.t-rom plle 'ro 'ro hup. hup. b 'let 'let fc'me fc'me futDe ad lokt atthed te fel 10r. 10r. huty pike i ad bf&e bf&e aUowe k el i tat i hur leae alow t 0 adl takig solitre myfler preue i fner. fner. Ud let rL Ile.me Ile.me e" e" e" r.e t s e get i yW t e r i t ft t le ed I'v I'v bn wader- wader- i eh t d& d& eU r ii t ho nt I o hi ehol e I'l I'l of Irt I tr ole n4 w rie .u .u .u uu laH maner ln Wblcn ne n& n& been tkinc lent hak &d &d &d contempl.te contempl.te aener. aener. But Stnley. Stnley. lid Yeron ience contin IOu' IOu' f f Wh ad .isteree. .isteree. .isteree. .isteree. .isteree. ae takin loket cret hevy w.th-haiD w.th-haiD w.th-haiD h.cav h.cav i t Veron. Veron. "Ye "Ye i i te fae. fae. the lok aike te Cme8tle 1p hertbrek en ac tu.t tu.t t te COD8qUeCe" COD8qUeCe" A.re A.re Wo'l Wo'l Saratga ad thenc OTr worldl nousar Arrvic teir destaton frieDd bud stroner tor ether Qbjet proQe aownc apatent ad ater llrht refedlment rtire dram lot VeJOD ad 8tley mount t f .rf .rf "i' "i' n r in Jovly ed Iowl .pluhe .pluhe beh aD ten r e a.in a.in ad toch hor s' s' hoo Aer i n a fla oee m e rl clf ovrlooki Jak Se houe' houe' ow appen Cme to it I'l I'l b.t" b.t" tnr hi of lke wild Stnle folowe bhid reine beore e'lls e'lls r r lo in ta. ta. I o tcure anpeae care fuly rilng te del. del. cte bad. bad. fngerr relae 1attere Ir.p Ir.p aton l prcehe cautousneu 1' 1' require o wih b4und Stley cle.re cle.re rnnin rag bell slow I folowe. folowe. hi .tpp .tpp ad te papr te .ae .ae tme S"iiDg S"iiDg cae glance twar ad IW weuel-fa weuel-fa weuel-fa m& m& wit Stlo WI tkin. tkin. wathn him 1ot a al cncerDe contnue hi Stle dOlD .h .h t r td S y roJ ru" ru" i e a r y hor8. hor8. te roe of wel t f l ti Iio .h\ .h\ r oo w u thhei d J lnel writtD rap ppr hamanit' hamanit' le sv eir. eir. cnbe thi houl tbei uDcle BL4JCE M4B h1E" h1E" Wit ha.C ha.C eelamtOD hande peI t Btele. Btele. M M ki. ki. Pn- Pn- dcn" dcn" Stne wel tet t te ho\l ho\l ho\l JJ leCI ad c w a ur re"a re"a wibe le tla a hou n wel-are wel-are wel-are J1e hee b Stle an VeroD o. o. r c 1 i r th diaOt ad pre catolly e ao t et Me ma tat ha ope tme aa 0 lir te plce tremble aD c p. p. a f&te1 f&te1 uke tei buale J i r ne Ier I i. i. f"lid f"lid te 1 0 Ou I f te hU ml hv Di tt..a tt..a w D h itr. itr. e 1 ti hone ld Veon tlr a her ad ule TU Je t I the 0 .hl .hl hd 7U ovr t te aoorite. aoorite. Fea w de Jie f tb I" I" fa &d &d &d tld p 1 oW ao te ft te rloI tm 1 J VeoD aOe' aOe' Iid heY4 ampD te J' J' .r. .r. Mero for.t for.t h prm t b. b. mutr Ilu4IT t,1.e1 t,1.e1 t,1.e1 W t ob1e "bmlt "bmlt J foUowe m wp Nebr terthl eDtr elft .li'he .li'he tbrU' tbrU' Sat hN I cmfoul4 .h .h lO o u fl C ko jOohe Mer Mr e i. i. 1teUOD.I 1teUOD.I wit al 1. 1. Y f Z hv' hv' fer T "n "n .a. .a. o ni lf. lf. J 0 .pr .pr DW. DW. .hbJ .hbJ I.buttnh I.buttnh .pr'wi .pr'wi let. let. r r.h r.h dr t J wit .lbc" .lbc" c lee bt .1 .1 J. 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Mero dirt hm b eaed te opeDe ito elrl' elrl' rom Sete hiel hi hear bt quickr. quickr. thou ht bholdnc oriia te pictur ha fOIDd Waim ad heaiu notic eiter ma eib arO ed wake twa te c00r whee Meo ds pre ad l.tee l.tee cret eas ad d la wa I y n tick opene 'Je 'Je Coor ad behele o meium s e wal care ad dvice of it Ther wa Yirble mea 0 ed YeroD i ervaIa& ervaIa& l e e cre olcen t Oer eve Del the rn had sme e'r e'r 1 b I to cntr pael wa te dae t e li l lter eo t 1 d t futr it Dotc rtl f i h do k I entrace t chambe fr e Do e iid n i c dhi l eekeJwent dor 1 voie suppl .toD .toD herd tpae nnle tke wealh 'pae 'pae biue ou robbe ouht now- now- tie taish te leUICe se e ad spU bund had ad foot al forc ma endeaor bnd. bnd. write ad muttere aai.t aai.t al ha foie him ttnley w. w. w.thing w.thing tat ovr f.it f.it i hi ars Mabolwu motoDles. motoDles. .tring .tring uce. uce. d:1 d:1 h O t itense wrthig. wrthig. ha bloo-vssel bloo-vssel bloo-vssel tny stram towe hi mout. mout. Mabels efort tow WI useles. useles. Plaing crefll frt er8 o .enB .enB r u coneiousnes. coneiousnes. cup teir uce' uce' had. had. .i .i feble pleade forc veness te comit ed erat. erat. e- e- pire. pire. I I neeless ito detl hhic r a s t or co o e B trnprte Stnley il to hUSf11 stte hhe Jh I aii th lf t t iifh ih he chaDge o o ni 1 oua ho Voron .frwad .frwad leane 1 h. h. h. ha h. h. d ben droppe Mabl' Mabl' Ihoolmate refls t del ver i t seahnes n f ds aY e" e" e" J Uache Wa aferwar investi.te. investi.te. prove tr.pon. tr.pon. seret Pln. Pln. I hac ben blit yea. yea. bfore wa untnet unti wek. wek. uule ocupie it hJue Wa loke ad tnley determine sel remembrace. remembrace. I I Bri"I Bri"I Jdifl l"frd l"frd s n tretent pr ha disulion o Soiete leieale I0spitux Paris ujadin-Baumet's ujadin-Baumet's ujadin-Baumet's ujadin-Baumet's ix I efect eeme I vry strikizg. strikizg. Brouad I rropylamino fnt 11 ha tW4 .ttck .ttck ha laste wek thir treate b I 1U wel twelv seond 1t serant seize attck rheumatsm ad free i treatment wi hory prour.ble prour.ble fracs 1 a .ar .ar c f .cut .cut rheumatsm .eite .eite sond tme 3 s 't 't e t u i if i 't 't cee in thre surpri.ilc surpri.ilc ed Champoulon sln meicaion Taunte tretent rheumtism r f ca h P w r 1a discu 8ion ti experment i fu ha1 i le eel itr .iation .iation theraputcal su b tnee. tnee. I. I. loeb Iopublcn. Iopublcn. .fcal .fcal 10ra e Ore Ier nal ben tle. tle. fl Jng new paper totl asets :1"JI. I I 7rtml roa Nooisory not COP I riht .Hi .Hi interOt coryight vile at'laIi. at'laIi. aset dou btul vla6 ae rS y a ols .O .O n eie n t f I Jr. Jr. fSIW p.8trian p.8trian $6uO $6uO $6uO $6uO c.ir c.ir .I. .I. worthles aseU fot tp 110,100. 110,100. 110,100. tlee ae 217 ltic Bulion f I l/fJ l/fJ l/fJ t 1 ji Knickrboker $1.0 $1.0 $1.0 j 100 100 .haes .haes Lumpkin-Cbester Lumpkin-Cbester Lumpkin-Cbester Lumpkin-Cbester Lumpkin-Cbester M1in stok r. r. I .bars .bars Metro polt ad Co. Co. a S- S- JI iJ li vr .0 .0 thre shae Iehatn lninl l'm l'm 'DY 'DY $1. $1. $1. d "migrnt "migrnt 1he T l f'n f'n d L l g. g. f $1 $1 $1 ht Wim Lke Tr. Tr. ll Oae ad Der Sprt- Sprt- ic Assoiation f Sah W emler efl IveDt Slmmer t piteDtU bic lalloc chuh f 010 rler cut. cut. te Stt hni bn padoDe Gonror Jaob. Jaob. beD rlcas Te m.J11 m.J11 i th. th. ft pDleDtU I peu- peu- Ua. Ua. eDore our mal uDonUat cha wt .t .t i hora a i jel t tia teror. teror. Wit cnldmce te OJr mkbl. mkbl. .h. .h. .h. proe t comi te t .be"l .be"l tat .he .he .he mh wit h te pntet But aul te ma W aut Ju Fa h. h. ta cae 01. 01. ad II h. h. .t .t 'Lhl 'Lhl &M &M o i S he' he' rel.I rel.I Te fat o ti Dotble rma ar.t ar.t for i pUtOJ T. T. rt 17 b ae T. T. J'IJ..1 J'IJ..1 J'IJ..1 .Sk .Sk tCeao.i tCeao.i .e .e Fao. Fao. 1u a .0ou .0ou r it1. it1. glgCoit etr..1Tte etr..1Tte etr..1Tte .L .L FradujiltB D .Plper" .Plper" ovelfi lc nt Jo J et nte o .Eld .Eld m. m. te toUo .bth .bth tom te Qn 2 G CAI o Iud. Iud. foreere. foreere. te oCftet B o ld. ld. foude i 18 mi-fou mi-fou mi-fou yea. yea. Ar It eblhet te llttOD eoye hpp luit fm force t m u Vanh aStor II drpr blODP te UeDThl e o It fnt forcr. forcr. Riad dO app t b. b. b ha ohfeow 1eh eeDe ckaatr ab" ab" reproh unout 1 b f wit prU ad. ad. lke much bt mODe mor cond pe.u.de pe.u.de m por de "ote "ote .wa .wa coutreit wit fdernt t1 f bak DOt ad de plt te hila-lon hila-lon hila-lon end welh. welh. lare folowe terater blt. blt. te .ueea .ueea hOlemoD 1' 1' .omewha .omewha mrre b hecne Riehad a to bis lef te cn.oatOD cn.oatOD te lo :11 :11 a r tl Bek l.ptor l.ptor trie t teir utOt preet te cuDte ei 10ts im ci ef fe"t fe"t J l a Dumbr force not. not. p et al Pa evD t to .uP .uP .e .e fvler- fvler- tat faHn. faHn. hally t 1 detete te cuplct i r' r' e k de t.eio t.eio e e fbUi e i I i cerin.itc cerin.itc i ah brouih Dnal of numerOl1 rot tr ofces i tee bae furer ma bak contiue vitm t ths coute .itJ. .itJ. unt lat te' te' meres a le t hi-ilovry hi-ilovry hi-ilovry i m&uf.cturnr m&uf.cturnr tool iks doig'hl doig'hl b hi mitress hi latng. latng. ha bafe i- i- vestiaton. vestiaton. afeton wathful- wathful- nOs te pater eDable a trt deent otcrs toh e ape thereter playe ro e Encih 'licide 'licide te foQ a Elsh croaroa FO BGEtU D D D K EOSS J ohD Mahe8n Sotsh engrvr. engrvr. net t attat paicuar t e oou Cr f i d \mrh \mrh f f t i t Brkt cerks iV e mahine i twi klDg a of vry ti .oveeien. .oveeien. ege Dothe jlt before n t sh a et f atI su himsl. himsl. Ionda morin. morin. Tbun ver narow eSCpe fom unmerite disrce jut pero (7) (7) not L ha ben g.ei g.ei Dhes' Dhes' a1o W d n f dnt t e a t j certie reelv' reelv' clek. clek. beig naure. naure. immeiately reocnie it ut faif remembr it nelgenoe wa r08 tht disharie disirae f uesf h c'e c'e eljo nh h ieculble mitake emnet chemit t rf rhni rt u l c6 si ad certfcaton forge I t openig couDterfeitni Bnk notO increue strtln/ strtln/ rto. rto. t01S ltte victmhe bOfi\e bOfi\e bOfi\e l O \h \h peasatry Continent ad COD sequent suferng WI great Brming- Brming- WI headquartr trae and' and' counte eit notO ao \'n \'n \'n an it f i f J j upn thousnd dpose ilterte per .ere .ere exchancn litto al Cor. Cor. meium. meium. l temporariy bak authoriies b clnge ch.ra ch.ra tJDI FRru. FRru. fat. fat. Stok Exchae victimize buU" buU" frald ta rvl lagni. lagni. u nif C JI d th of f i g. g. t eOh' eOh' lt k 'r 'r Je'i Je'i r f ffen ear strcgle apoleon tottere vrge revoluton c.I r. r. The .1 .1 6sful mitr UJ"rauons UJ"rauons nlCU naQ cne.e cne.e the lat grand coaltion ade dep .n .n xiety deJese alamin e- e- tn. tn. f f f tere rly. rly. roe wih an transfer da greter tho e mont previous tran actions magnitude tha lngers fnd to' to' xeordtbem. xeordtbem. .The .The eciement W& W& tr n r r'n r'n o krn"g krn"g oh'a oh'a d t rudd n n e ltl lf' lf' P :1tnel :1tnel Jf Iic b i LO i stn et. et. suplorted to a ad elt contrmc bribe smugler acros acros 8trait Ii importnt. importnt. ben batte al ie i widet ecitment W& W& prouced. prouced. 1& 1& forwarde lke widfe Stolu conlol rpidit se bouht -.01. -.01. -.01. fuly n fhnra ct IOew o e tha ule" ule" Li t .u .u hs m nd bilty. bilty. Cohrane Egland's Egland's galat ofcers. ofcers. F4UlLEEOY FItD. FItD. th 1 eu rl a a c 0 g t cd etensive I oforieres atorney u a i h l lo dd\ dd\ e 0' 0' J i.I i.I l' l' arest Wi pi'ate pi'ate contining Cmplete lst h i foluwing etraor- etraor- forge power atorey ad al tese wihout ege aD p.rten. p.rten. givn acooU beame dle. dle. o reat seure vadon t1e guity aount hir stndinc sccea bfore I S ewgat. ewgat. vat .pettors .pettors Engl& Engl& year ha cale beame Ee1sh mid Sal b k nots londlci"e londlci"e l e Cunterfeiter inl hge rat thre eore I anum &d &d &d ltl cOlt eitnr f ce g s st ctX hl 'rtiny 'rtiny bak i.peor i.peor sem toube te forer i r lwetj a m f nO ofuma. ofuma. me- me- fi10"rri- fi10"rri- fi10"rri- an disgrall Ad et undaunte" undaunte" famol. famol. cae Wiia Weler wa evidelc cal exeutons ha te crina populaton. populaton. te Vry rom Weler. Weler. cr. cr. 11 i1 opn cfn a nt a aer i ha tkD te clow. clow. h. h. aomplce. aomplce. pI.e pI.e coutr it Ll Ll te attd- attd- TE GOVuJE A FOIGn Te altorite Ir.t Ir.t baD pr- pr- ceiv tlt te .evrtt .evrtt criial ce l J l 'iJef 'iJef e r t ld c fore1 .ae .ae pwe. pwe. attme Id de Tefeht antet t E.Judt. E.Judt. rputtOD Drq it pr er. er. Mr Nihol. Nihol. ca f te UOUe CmoD" CmoD" ta te Govret iteU ha e 1 fo f ore t dprat u\ u\ Aueua lale C.Dt C.Dt Fb UC 1 fre limmhwt lke pap. pap. Ot o ni atheJ "r "r obll"t obll"t r1J 1 &eri &eri eJ .te .te r te 10aj'lbor 10aj'lbor r t Ba\ Ba\ ta rm1etoe. rm1etoe. 1. 1. wlee.1' wlee.1' wlee.1' t du fU .ke .ke mo. mo. Eheau forI. forI. o 11- 11- Bi fC B eu. eu. .O .O te mOt fpu .eaU. .eaU. o le r a :07 :07 i3 b J Ihe Ihe len m.atoDe m.atoDe Ewa. Ewa. BrQl0at Smit. Smit. Crk telc pa efn Ik naOD w' w' 1 0 fo E .er .er b1 Th meto ppelo. ppelo. tl Smt tk te "auD' "auD' blb e Dpaet for .te .te aiwr. aiwr. Ad Wit Uist 1f hl cleet Dctt ahonme lo' lo' 0 tem .i .i p ct Ctk I. I. quit. quit. CUt1& CUt1& tat tt 1rcual aoa b hed rem tOD Wit te moneJ ta obtie wPd .pat. .pat. i 1. 1. a i .101 .101 t wo tb ap ap dnU1 te fo .etl .etl UICul,0 UICul,0 tk tem ilkewf moW'ea moW'ea h apwad t4 'te 'te fore3 bil. bil. wer cnuUoJ Afr hei- hei- O c e cca r h r o r r 'o 'o 'o t r'l r'l i e u tt t i tat te bir. bir. Zmp e 1 te ter u quee w A LU lr rut I ti. ti. cnDetoD i ltte te althori te mOt eminlt t oi f a r O t t h bt'D i a cy. cy. mODe w. w. patcularl cose o c tja:1 tja:1 buD h i belacn hou a te bek Qfen permit i knowig tat ppe WI sre ten te lnt h uWif 1 r ica a t i mOt brilant .kil .kil crowin proportonl 0 .keth .keth how"er how"er forcs U t cose cn une.t une.t b wa hal te iDceDUiy .ctnt .ctnt ad energy.hown energy.hown i thi crie .eure .eure ad i eenie i leiiiat puruit P1.1. P1.1. D. D. la la t.I..a-n7 t.I..a-n7 t.I..a-n7 t.I..a-n7 t.I..a-n7 t.I..a-n7 ap& ap& le. le. ole. ole. t..ah& t..ah& Pl'erlaa Pl'erlaa F. F. Ue .o .o Irm &e &e &e Cico Pos" Pos" J kleptomaiaca leel bn prnaie ChicaAO fel Whie consdee hash pro te hav beD de ttec. ttec. i i eDtrely t.t t.t fat mde publc i t epose ded te .ae .ae tme IreeD .uton .uton te morifcatoD of. of. dilrce w hieh tbe ae repOD- repOD- &d &d &d .houd .houd cale publc aoout J VIICJ1T'S VIICJ1T'S WFE lad reside i m r1Ip efo Coatu r th I wihout a e ort employe wath movment frm idull e ir.titcatioD ir.titcatioD unnaturl defance tis wathtlels. wathtlels. lad oionalyeludo. oionalyeludo. viUuc shap ad make tou P.t P.t i o f' f' oU Sd o uw mC f J &u. &u. &u. secreed uder .hawl .hawl ar cle .on .on miue l e'e lg u detetv employe trae te out wek ar WI commte ofcer attende Vcker' Vcker' ad identcal wor lad correspondic eaty t de ribe. ribe. acoompeio hu.bed hu.bed dettv w. w. fdent di ovre te tief r e Jlaee io ID 'o 'o h ace 1. 1. ad te ed esort Ireat 'Irprie 'Irprie pri- pri- calle a"alt a"alt lvre clachan droY mahle-frent mahle-frent mahle-frent mot aitrtc nelehborhoo .ido .ido olce ovr it ad Inal determine insieation. insieation. the mirht repaire merchat ad lforme .ttnde .ttnde le I t cle ht seric61 capted .tirwa .tirwa and'u and'u Dtural1 "ha "ha oo.IQoki. oo.IQoki. dah- dah- felow wate tat theefore lay appeae acompaie b er er my& my& n b N stk I dulb lf'h lf'h ak forbearace bu iness brouht delcate obtin sha,1 sha,1 'OU 'OU wor a toater It ig liglo ak burt to tan. tan. acompeie hysterica seb. seb. seb. seb. h o n b da i .ce .ce oo o cer r. r. I ate mey 1s1nce. 1s1nce. of lmiar wa Devr uniprove rel naminA frm bi toeter "it "it al epnses shal p.id" p.id" mater coure. coure. ulfortun.to ulfortun.to upn than ful i wathed Ireater .re.u .re.u tion tha S. S. C.S C.S o l.reOt l.reOt dry-goos dry-goos dry-goos within. within. 1"1 1"1 sd istnct ins&ity ins&ity brouht tl Iht clergman's clergman's wif&a wif&a lad re' re' lnement culure ad undoubt purt ch.rcter-i ch.rcter-i ch.rcter-i victm. victm. entre .tre .tre WI creete friendy ho Plse frol circuit utbluhment employe 8W he anr iD. iD. s packge mut. mut. 'olowtng 'olowtng he. he. &d &d &d wathilg mny trasfor caJaioul poket wa tke tp ed en te shouldt. shouldt. .e .e S compele detin ir. ir. sid la mea repl i tkea lage numbr .rhet. .rhet. oOD ale fh t fh f o t he oA P fale. fale. "Wi "Wi eamiue pockt our cloak' cloak' Ovrwhele mortifcaton ad dof'f.e dof'f.e hea. hea. ad tl. tl. tle f Duf C hk t i I t d wihout .ttrating .ttrating atention f..hionablegatheing f..hionablegatheing in sore. sore. t ih e ei tt r h einOgf tet c srh 'or 'or o's o's tel 0) 0) huband huband I WI t 1 1 s.e Si d .cre .cre nca ad nIer tken the value ad pule 11 irresirtble tha.she tha.she .count .count It ed beS4e piteus tone Wvrn t t P ooaW D i aHurf tha publc flae propert r. r. tlned. tlned. th tak. tak. vie hurrie te n uei ct n ta t ier n calamiy crime Ti stnce i vouche tor witese wOlld circumstnces divlge identty te uQrtuD.te uQrtuD.te STA Cr relate ourre wihin tiial chara Iurie te wek dr8e i ad ev rsptbity. rsptbity. de lan r ite o' o' te uhr me eltblshent a oter femae qUe' qUe' oDe te uly confesse .ppropr.t .ppropr.t .e.rl .e.rl dolan aal atele. atele. I bth ael ke J t c a ierence ta laren te reut temprl abera oD mind ett th. th. feall ad maa canot th e t\VatiJel t\VatiJel t\VatiJel ol h ad ODe ODe cle 1 brouh t lht i i r.oDabl. r.oDabl. ime 10r. 10r. at leer reea Werl te tut kDOW kleptomeia wond tke rak amOe te clrie f.tan f.tan t1 ae .t&o .t&o wccouDtble delUloDL I profeir CrJtaD .pk .pk ot te tie. tie. te7 reb fel i .tal .tal te 100th pr whih te ai' ai' 1o t lm' lm' ow t f l rm e D.DI' D.DI' b.OI b.OI eeI .i"- .i"- .i"- CM. CM. t' t' 1 JfO Of O kl T u i' i' oW' oW' piner lf e9IDgy A Pi 0 H I 8 IN Gq IEJ D OUJYah -1 -1 1 bu.om. bu.om. te- te- aketh .o .o Olud chlrel. chlrel. OD tli o rt 1tert comi 1p DOt 'P.n 'P.n "tlte "tlte rfer le whih to promieDt feat Old teb. teb. t le 1 ohsrt. ohsrt. RI.na. RI.na. I h1c te hltrJ o th Fit Pre hTera Cunh1idet meDtoa w. w. mde R. R. Uaton' Uaton' .c .c ou ertaUoD whih i eldep Pr.btriD Pr.btriD Cuh ha. ha. e ron rtm te Dae Pby tra which1. which1. which1. niceDt mllomerh. mllomerh. cuh IOt heie I te wOud deot aeablel te lw. lw. Pebzter. Pebzter. leU.onne leU.onne ad fdepdl te te rptre tee f t Pe f uiieoU relt tat .chol .chol thelo whch i forer tme tok eri deihtl pn- pn- ie te 1a" 1a" ed rprot Go t e e nr.e nr.e d to etera burnmL' burnmL' orr J li t h U t Diiity \ich \ich promlIate b ahol thelo rtf tti "b "b 'e 'e .hedig .hedig ioent bloo EW VEW. VEW. Hamion contr ha lee \pn \pn Ho flt her de.ie. de.ie. happlneS crtur. crtur. a araged .ysm .ysm h ov- ov- end le tat te maort heaen co.uh co.uh moe.uil moe.uil be1oD t seric 10VDg I.ter I.ter ta wrtfu f h Ve fotj charter beot i hi md crav queston i el f :4 :4 :4 .ovCr .ovCr l.siDg" l.siDg" appled e cuatOD teir Ilture fe rt b iv O ga i e rr t V v Co o h oi IJc ro e daerou. daerou. heretcal pot.s pot.s lnes ha V foud a eho i m&y m&y a eanet sOII y. y. uul lbatamebow I WU b te Inalu I. I. pg. pg. ntnr. ntnr. .1"f .1"f .1"f 10 Dfu dvub a &lt &lt b 1hat nothl Iat wit as. as. lfe shal b desrye I rbblab voi G h.t h.t mae te Ue cmplee. cmplee. hold nt a ca bt tr.t tr.t tat g sba tl l.t-r. l.t-r. l.t-r. ol-ae ol-ae ol-ae lst t An eer Witr ch t Iprl. Iprl. PASOI 4 D ClRC. ClRC. Haiton with. with. frekDel t sacrifce lelfteest alo"e alo"e hi fhare i meDt pro4se-s pro4se-s pro4se-s tin i hi piton consier unJosar ad prhaps usae tee r ly r o t t thn thos .tt .tt coueriDi dt t euice f d vettat h dot rereL H.vg H.vg .arife .arife 0 t tut reeri cb h hrhi v TU si would would would douhtlel hae ben agreable eetment reeive te lJquhitrial boy proDounce sente hi 81 lalL'T lalL'T 'lED 'lED .cess .cess clal peple reahe Hi congregato n embra lae lae num ber te intlient ad tikg mid ob mD iI r h sr3tor Stt Divnity genteman euct te staitt hooL lnen ad Andovr. Andovr. Mc1ure ad hi caet ae q ite i ad lae Eward wam pe- pe- Haiton ad devote atendant minst.tons minst.tons laie i ad .btl .btl s te cnd t& t& rp rvi1 in aa t i tten tr t h palor ad al commoou adj unct diJing kithen et facitate rom f mrfta tl r san7 .igne .igne tmporary u e. e. I aY arc hi leture. leture. TBI TBI GROWL'G GROWL'G CO GI1UO r bi d ah tk en complet orinal dOin buidinl i interrPton tivite caU8e r .the .the prolonle ileu of th plwr. plwr. m Olone hem. hem. gs\Z gs\Z gs\Z Iti rf f iiv eJ 0. 0. 0. TiE lUT lamito 's 's ae wih origia deste agreably preaente. preaente. hai prati- prati- ca applcaton ovr lfe heaer. heaer. .pnds .pnds tme i f i f i j o preis" preis" ad mehaical structreJ Uol.h' Uol.h' t .Wy .Wy h rl fr c a r j ud .ppelation .ppelation dut Make a ad friend ad wti ad ii o r e mn n i te divie lov &he. &he. tat eidence cxistnc fait fruitul i roo de Charaer i ortDt t cee. cee. friencs se 1 muh t Tiae aluded bribtr worll at le potc eualy.pc eualy.pc com pari on ocur te f nkj o r i en. en. nt go hh Pfb t e fok gr n se fe Docri hf SPlt al trengt i shep an have frightene IW FELD ni h d tan r'Dcico r'Dcico Vews wi fnd subj u wort sHtinf b 0 0 c rc\a rc\a rc\a aB Il1t omi i' i' i' u1 ndviCe r. r. l.m- l.m- ilun's ilun's Ihurch. Ihurch. I de.ire de.ire se congr lativn 'huo 'huo e ald renon renon wil n greatr num ha \e \e carriles nevr fa i evn fnd rairoad ataton night gentemen t cit trrible 'torl 'torl inde kep laiO I some rc' rc' P:81 P:81 dsr oh nua r' r' cl s ht r si t r\tha r\tha r\tha si f st1 eist f-ad f-ad f-ad cCaming hle\li hle\li hle\li h I r abl t froQt Fool-Kier. Fool-Kier. Fool-Kier. I'rm I'rm e. e. Tu. Tu. beomes frmly es tblshe. tblshe. nerl imposible i i wih cltom w ha previe aOn pe.trias pe.trias raiwa tk ad .tppinf .tppinf te "a "a taD tr direty it th'W' th'W' .aother .aother trin ule tak. tak. ii fets whih i t -y -y -y f rd i r verYID..Uaat1 verYID..Uaat1 verYID..Uaat1 ODe f i fr r .I' .I' h t e D bt\ bt\ h t u net them S m1 'ne 'ne beD w r s l rlaner ri"ay ri"ay trak t l i i Mat f. f. a f e f J 1n iLa- iLa- rfon Fehter heln rehela Jolte Oto 3 hl Dew I-ft I-ft I-ft 'ourt-tret 'ourt-tret 'ourt-tret 'ourt-tret Thetr.u Thetr.u Utre Lilie Pc wi b 1 k com pe ad \UUe \UUe Wft. 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S. hew glad t lilt .5 .5 .5 Fifihavenue us- us- worshlppedfrom of seeaie on- on- faetenedanda fol- fol- is if itory. itory. S. S. S. .5 .5 .5 i by b.gaveitto b.gaveitto 'S 'S 'S p S. S. S. stron er .5 .5 .5 I S. S. S. enou h S S I S. S. S. For AID Marzi. Marzi. luau p p bSul.tdv bSul.tdv tllo thebigbway. thebigbway. S. S. S. them "IIsfs.ts."saidtheold "IIsfs.ts."saidtheold I but.tbei but.tbei .5 .5 .5 Ii is Vernon see S S InaudThlytohlmueit. InaudThlytohlmueit. S A I .ieientl .ieientl saidr5B.sestedj saidr5B.sestedj I wlsba .w3pornsnt4 .w3pornsnt4 rnow .r .r a4 iboetto .aetlon.whea .aetlon.whea Mere. Mere. sazeatd senile x x "Iou "Iou 1 L's. L's. o. o. eannotdupos..C eannotdupos..C co You u u ebadrand Jttteiear as Well. Well. young to rescue you acme 055 has pltyior eU een I. I. youwhy nib his Jets t I' I' his fhsnd as andldsfy p..nel-hal p..nel-hal p..nel-hal them-come them-come them-come sir-I'll sir-I'll sir-I'll sir-I'll .0 .0 as mansion as everything ofa bluecolor exitand ofa fangand Un- Un- adooroptsosit. adooroptsosit. S. S. S. 5 you ofwbat cx- cx- as em .fls'r'rd .fls'r'rd twe or. or. in Mr.Greetey's Mr.Greetey's S S leyc per'onal per'onal long t7sttti promissory t2tOi Utica fill 700 omr'tny omr'tny Mining tlOi .rtiJSJU .rtiJSJU 5) 5) lAO Al arid tCiJOO 5 t re- re- or was his jAic M M agtngCounterfeUex'u agtngCounterfeUex'u -By -By Frsudulent.Bank Frsudulent.Bank s s NovettiIn C C oigery a.nk a.nk ng. ng. Its enoyedabaplsy IUintunItYtZOm f ft Inaleedhis hi untilat in- in- the offa b 100 payment ex- ex- sig- sig- it gross ofthe could itthe -an -an it magni- magni- Eng- Eng- ex- ex- ofmonths lst lii' lii' 3l tteiXti. tteiXti. crash 2.ite,000. 2.ite,000. 2.ite,000. in offorgerieo oftsowere westeof saps ltob.ntPe.l ltob.ntPe.l tu1SP tobnlnginabit.dla- tobnlnginabit.dla- out.oqrnhaEs.they out.oqrnhaEs.they wblLgedto t thelonthtstot v v P.leetenewkerevith P.leetenewkerevith .0 .0 o ISHi2. ISHi2. as upofl them as epon oftbo Exeheqasr.wlth Exeheqasr.wlth 1 1 genuine iis Iig th or weuld ffunsaccessfawoul4 diacove forg blLlO,000 blLlO,000 ye. ye. ltwaa md Discue. Discue. Re.p.ctobte Re.p.ctobte Cueghe I'ro I'ro Its. Its. Itoree. Itoree. tt. tt. byalady reat it de nded and as cu- cu- atthat I la. la. prehended dry-goods dry-goods dry-goods wife-a wife-a wife-a cuitl tam Sir. Sir. meto gave private she "For "For ray Itwas 110. 110. im- im- ofthe bycsne an- an- ofthisfearfuland thatdeflasdetaotion Lord.Imeta Lord.Imeta poorwretch to-day-a to-day-a to-day-a to-day-a brat-and brat-and brat-and I gave beenaorry sinco.-BeccAev. sinco.-BeccAev. sinco.-BeccAev. ioea ITTflflN. ITTflflN. t1ILLL iurth. iurth. .1. .1. .1. Dfler e. e. The9Iy5' The9Iy5' i PRoMIsI.eI PRoMIsI.eI OaxLaDMarebifi time lne 4 4 misnomer-the misnomer-the misnomer-the namewould in God a uauaw ravuiru ey htumnindgrave ofthe "ever- "ever- "ever- 'by 'by 5' 5' 5' ernatsire 'S 'S 'S at tact-tsr tact-tsr tact-tsr off-st off-st off-st Winter Spring. Spring. thin resultalthough Is echootsotNew Rev.Dr. Rev.Dr. andbls friendofilr. friendofilr. i tojudge beforenow I our U&&TL't U&&TL't en defuncttheefogical juet ofone's ofone's debasingeffect ofain inthe 'S 'S 'S and in Photo rapher crossing is ladi from theeffect axiet-and axiet-and axiet-and iJailand cupposed so- so- is haslong prevailedamnong ofthewayofa eneocueraraca. eneocueraraca. izuisieaaisonewnten saect ofno LYf .DA .DA tTM. tTM. y.ii1ieaiTith y.ii1ieaiTith j3i 'iat.eei. 'iat.eei. 'who'txrjc 'who'txrjc 4res- 4res- th.lidest th.lidest a a a ahortlyopen Lu Cougreurslss week ax- ax- theCbappaqnefa.rus. theCbappaqnefa.rus. yin at eyou'knoeked eyou'knoeked ax. ax. gentle en hatsn thi beautifuland accompliahedasMna. accompliahedasMna. 2 baednrsln atnekiv.stlledwlth atnekiv.stlledwlth rose 'a's 'a's ayounlady otiS ofQaeen v her ofthe and Wsshington bipdeseaaeln re- re- ofa tam ofatags a raf- raf- hi Ii I I Troy \Vesport \Vesport Coon. Coon. oniun aya ofthe dl.- dl.- ministerwhllethawlng S. S. S. ltores.rrying ltores.rrying latelLaboui ofthelloly Tbelectnrewas I yeart as as 5i yourdrswlng Ifit t t zxj buu 5onb Melbourne MlUMaaglsMIt4eheflwUl ap ap Osteu theaceg o 10th ef .tiiji .tiiji eomme55 gaganent Chicago on the e.u e.u onewesk. onewesk. appear. appear. lie JIwaf Boyal.Opere.hiouje Boyal.Opere.hiouje at VIenca gs- gs- Lipositlon. Lipositlon. -w -w lh canceled i meat with Cbulotte Caahm 'is. she she was seventy. seventy. Leehludsonansj f under eauyaj 'h 'h hf" hf" thelattarpanefpyj snags Carey eonx-ej eonx-ej eonx-ej leadlageouutralto at in Cincinnati. Cincinnati. Jasnesebek ppt Rnglanj Apt of IL Mn F F hanfraa' hanfraa' Ii I teen weal nn'sg nn'sg W. W. Tb. Tb. nm.ef nm.ef Ly ofth. ofth. ii ask Troop. Troop. Is an Itailaulnaujus ci Loo and tertolotti was srlginalliit.rti.tt. srlginalliit.rti.tt. J K Emamet bu gse 'late 'late osf minces of .leniz .leniz ng the Adeiphi a London ass the icotie will go kin 1sf. 1sf. Gustave Choquet's Choquet's of Dy he wiLl bin Mfl.b1eresso Mfl.b1eresso with Souneof muete by Colgnt have 'bee 'bee dhsex- dhsex- ag Brussels. Brussels. Pfle composed wh ljbyus isuolnanied. isuolnanied. GOrCk. GOrCk. attracts4 crowded housegat Wallack' Wallack' and stiujns- stiujns- tinues Wile a. a. gazette iy voeall singing on the Italian stage who ar natives ofltaly proj piay bins' bins' s p.setiamaaswblehwasssng p.setiamaaswblehwasssng furthe5 cm La with his tbr. tbr. g dsJ i psj L ofU Laura Cuppy Smith a bosom friender ictoria Woodhsill leclared at Cortiad' Cortiad' N. N. 1. 1. Febrna.rZ\onlhe"Moralsofo Febrna.rZ\onlhe"Moralsofo Febrna.rZ\onlhe"Moralsofo Febrna.rZ\onlhe"Moralsofo I I ag S Urns. Urns. ca a 1 from her pen at the Opera eloaedtheIlaroneaa salcito havegiyentheChefde no Suaters-Jennle Suaters-Jennle Suaters-Jennle Sophie-were Sophie-were Sophie-were 0 5' 5' i t' t' F El Iii UTl 7,357 7,357 CorneliaStetson J A th. th. been LOseeeI Em. Em. the Theat avant Niblo' Niblo' IonkFebruaryiffithwith inFuse- inFuse- aisdeordiaL "ri- "ri- "ri- Amenlcauntil beStrakosch'schisf beStrakosch'schisf doncanert. doncanert. Niiasonisree. Niiasonisree. ksszaelfacbteaaat'jeo- ksszaelfacbteaaat'jeo- ksszaelfacbteaaat'jeo- seem re- re- 0 0 We .4rgu .4rgu I an the 4UX Ia as the Is one I I A A en. en. reoupis t7 "I "I 0 il )1 )1 he jose 'iq 'iq 5 the fo ImsteOoj 5 t en S Si 9 oils. oils. .Bd. .Bd. is bulatingvenderotitip. bulatingvenderotitip. Youbaeeba4 C 0 0 says 5' 5' 5' Take a ontafr.t ontafr.t the ofthe C in- in- the otiron lanes' lanes' arq. arq. smut. smut. fered more or less daring the present WIn- WIn- ter from the high price of fuel anthP abutting up of any large number of msn- msn- In-v In-v In-v al- al- flying Is. Is. WbenironhsdearisEuuglsnd' WbenironhsdearisEuuglsnd' in this country Is Ieused. Ieused. and ew Of etheL things Into whoa. whoa. oustrucUon foreign lroi .1 .1 enters. enters. It Is very likely that the price T1LL w advance time sines 'S 'S strikes pUis "eeieeri" "eeieeri" Iron' Iron' 1 2 Y.Zt'eiisg Y.Zt'eiisg Ftsit. Ftsit. ij a c' c' T$6IS8c T$6IS8c Osreer 1' 1' f 11 a1Dg in I of' of' i flCO I -ttbe -ttbe It es',5thelssy es',5thelssy 'as. 'as. seza of t" t" sties sat th Dl wl be hO eI7J C g.sIs g.sIs 5D' 5D' C' C' 0 eegak w asans eslsnacsec'u eslsnacsec'u well i sbe 0 5 see ,5gteenlavtledle ,5gteenlavtledle .5. .5. .5. 155 'rsec 'rsec b seccenoesk tslsamaee .t .t tke t iKaa wefl1 recJas 555tSteSZd the urns ygJobaX gadS l ZOod falt. falt. Use drove Msrpba' Msrpba' ar hD'I hD'I D .cam .cam Of wk5'b wk5'b I wee i4ttilloebSr5L5 -.sus -.sus eta sal 1 thai be g.rcen. g.rcen. to baill isaa D l be Cal atsge DW' DW' 'was 'was pressed kis .1cm. .1cm. .1cm. reca as Dowu Snmbled lb dream. dream. V5L1 enuaeaae&y enuaeaae&y gceire s-X s-X s-X esas the IaddlS Tth teS th wha bean'S. bean'S. me accept atsJaryet hr's hr's It 5Mer maaszsw Lb. Lb. s as ---.ute ---.ute Ib I Tb. Tb. isaaO was cid.n cid.n etmats te A re-eagUm.5 re-eagUm.5 re-eagUm.5 re-eagUm.5 re-eagUm.5 lowedandtres theaanm saUcsZP Theatre. Theatre. 1'bIIS5pb 1'bIIS5pb iflUj- iflUj- P' P' eceurred the esal SI5Jk5bOi1SD late snUmate saw gbenlaeat j.psayuabe j.psayuabe Weiss deal Ia ds&iSh ds&iSh pet w biDIte his be nl7SI with eAch that the reeve's reeve's theater torts-as. torts-as. torts-as. Dana tee a Urns. Urns. sap services. services. Use we esnag lathe Great erruggis JUSt DefOtS as b.eve b.eve 'wing 'wing aul .5. .5. .5. Dr. Dr. it rquir t little bli How dates gTffTOlCe V There was anti .1 .1 up. up. eudeavef'fl eudeavef'fl was tasxceil.aahs.l tasxceil.aahs.l "Ts.ar. "Ts.ar. tes-eseS tes-eseS tes-eseS tbrewsekaau my realaA4 wRIjela Tbls 5lt.e 5lt.e we cvuAc 5 U. U. yes m.s.j m.s.j aeked the tutu's tutu's baits delia as Teas. Teas. truatmg a uw lpasbassdot lb. lb. yee yeQonm. yeQonm. for' for' away atyade in. in. 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