what does "fancy people"mean?
Either the image came more naturally, or the beer helped it along.
“They threw some big parties at Bluff House,” Stoney told him. “Fancy people would come up from Boston, New York, Phillydelphia and where-not. They’d have the house lit up like a Roman candle, with people gliding along the terraces in their white tuxes and evening gowns.
“Made a hell of a picture,” Stoney said, and downed his bump.
“Yeah. I bet it did.”2. what does "where-not"mean?
3. what does "lit up like a Roman candle"mean? does "Roman candle"have any special meaning here?