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xt tcHixMta 33aily gagtc: Pcursttai pLoniitcg gtt 24, 1890.
A Writer Discovers Fev Sen
SEASIDE GIIiLS WEAR CLOTHES,
iTotwithstattOln the General Impression
That They Don't, They Generally Garb
Themslvej in Voluminous Robes That
Effectually Hide Their Charm.
Caprrk;ht by imcnotn Press Assok&Uoe.
For many years it has been a custom to
write ahout tfee generous displays of fe
male ions, at the s-eade resorts. Being
an embryo writer I anaed mvseif vnth a
THE BEAL PrCTtTHE.
&aap cara, a field glass nd a micro
seope, hoping to reap many dollars by vis
iti the bathins: places rbrI writing of the
shocking things I aw.
Some plee open eirlier than others,
and the first "one to open te Coney
Island, old Coney, so dear to the great
unwashed of New York for so many
generations. There are many women
who go don to the sea there, and on
Sunday afternoons when there is a vig
orous sorf rolling up on the hard beach
thousands of interested spectators lean
over the railings or. the pier and watch the
bathers. Bat alas for the verity of the
newEpap.jr scribes, ti?re is nothing to
bring the blush to the cheek of a reporter
unlesa it is the thought of the awf al lies
he has to teil to mako a salable article.
The men look hiwiille and the women
terrible, and the trouble -with, the bathing
SMtik4)tir nclmri nf huncr .niT th.-
are far too voltrminoTis, and so supremely
ugly i& cut and make that Tenus herself
weald Isok a guy in-tfeem. Where are thd
slim waist, the rounded hips and the per
fect outline of Mary June's bust when she
lofis her own every day garments, in which
she has looked go entfcingj Lost, alas, in
the shapeless, limbless, everything-lesa
creation is all that had made her charm-
incr Xnar &u liVklr IiLta a A.rfBtfw An?
that handsome, portly, voluptuous woman !
whom I h-H nnti.-l idnirinflr .n nil th 1
glory of a krveiy silken toilet? There she
comes in a blue tlwi suit, all her fine
proportion seeauag t hav melted to
gether; her feet are &M. anu then? sr' screa
t :oiL3 onhextoeo.
THS IMAGIXART PirTrEK.
The pretty young faoxs, that looked
sweet aad freh under their dainty
bangs, grow haggard, pinched and blue
under the combined efsect of the ugli
ness of the batiune dress, the cold
water aad the iret ringiness of the
hair, and wben the arsM are left bare your
heartfel wish is thai they had been cov
ered, so that imaqioatioa at least could
Lave lent tiera a charm. Let no one think
these are exceptioas, for thev are not. In
a baching dre a wwmsa l either a -.kele-tonora
sb4eiS3 ouen, as far as Coney
Island goes, sod Beckaviy u just the same.
Caps May aad AtLurtb: City bathers looi
like tfca otbacs, ooty that here fewer girls
wear the ta aroond th 1 f neok which sig
nifies thfi tiie surcaenu they wear are
tared. Bat tbece ca-a b iiht difference.)
saiy, aifioe Awtumi ia the prrper thins to
Tvear and no cotor bet btu is lasting:
Tba Cp May aad AiieotUo City gdrls are
more apt to wear stockuis to
their coots tkaa botiier-i as the two
resorts first iumtL, aad apparently
a KiiJ moce Uws ofasarv! in tbs mak
ing of tbe drsai, vhirj hm oe fet?b!a
atiempfei as nmcaici ia um wsy of w&ite
braid, or bands ar coliaes i scarlet or
wbiuv bat &be vraansH avt an p-iooietin m
ths wKisir here as eisiHvaiMU cad as ugly &s
dJd bests. la is o gino behind
tae trntiL, riush ii tast to tfee aaasauon
irfsajcBT th-j is little ts act'rmct, .for fully
half the dwd&as h&TQloaj; levas. as wail
as qoiS: loa Turidafe woseci, and these
ire tvora orer black or dark hoe that
covers tae thinnest aad arawalt lookiag
uadettsaiBtr afeat JHCtd saww a aaaaan
frasa. Aad tha bloux aw made o as to
.octceal the ontlinos f toe &zree a 'H
.i to saKialatw) tbesi.
I looked in vain everywhere for th
inwrsaeopaal oottxmt. They -rero nm
isiol. axcapc en the bodiai cf -ote very
les.9. pane Jnen, irto donfcttass irould
hAve bean ln forever in one of toe rula-
" .on Otte3.
Catsaag back after ay ineffectual sarofe
- Gar May axA Arftatia Cy. I -topai
0r C -- Whrf S" ""i"' '"i'"""
ur laatMCiwra tteo. r ts OWi. rccm&se rae
i-yia of baehiav iress. Ari he th- ia
to lins aruond au the-&aad botwedc the
dips uliowed. a xcasdsg aixst tha beach
a bafeng costwnss.
AtAsbaryP&rk tharc is a trine less f
MT I did a Sod mm nsk9 cg of ,
rrJ'Trl, mxtaminp aru)a& the femsie
Ixiiirera. iadeai. the shoe wss on
y-. oSher iact, foe zo&e iRtg sisis Jiaf e
rMk&K stCC F
JEm7JMik sir - -r-'Zf 5ln
J&y- . rl" . Jvfr'f''
oecnrar mere ccrtcate in tco;cron
costume. Anions thawomsa, even the
youngest and prsttiesfc, there were few
short sleeves and -310 low naeksd bathing
gowns, all heing of tha gulation style,
with one or two exceptions in favor of
striped serge or whria flannel Instead of
the bice, baS the maka was the same and
the shape of the wsaxacs the same, and the
black sheep in the human flock were, if
anything, more modest in dress and
manner thaa-their eistera at Ocean Grove.
At Long Branch the bathers are usually
cf the "svreii" variesy except on Sondayo,
when they leave old- ocean to the crowd
which llockin from ell available points.
Here nearly all the summer boarders have
their own suits, and -come from the house
to the beach arrayed in tbem, with a cioak
thrown over alL Sometimes a curious
crowd wil watch with- the greatest anxiet
some mysterious figure covered in a still
more mysterious cloak and hood, which
they imagine may contain a delicious sen
sation for them, and after watching clo&ely
for a long time &es the cloak left in the
hands of a maid and a demure, if scrawny,
yonn woman step, forth and walk down
to the edge of ihe surf in a djess of flannel
as modest a3 if made for the street.
And right here let mo say that a woman
in the surf is no mora attractive than a wet
dog, if as much so, and there are few of
them that are not a nuisance to every one,
what with their bcteams and the idiotic
way in which they allow themselves to be
knocked about. The life saver alway3
looks resigned and miserable when they
come and keeps near to catch them as they
go rolling over in the surf and stand them
on their feet again like tenpins, only to do
it over again in five minutes.
GREAT EXPECTATIONS USTrLFILLED.
At Newport there are more bathers who
can swim, and to swim well one cannot be
burdened with too much clothing; still
modesty in bathhuj coatumes prevails there
also, the imaginary pictures of beautiful
creatures in next to nothing rolling about
on the aand being nine-tenths bosh. The
higher in the social scale the bather the
more latitude she considers it her right to
uian iu mo luauLCi 'Ji uu-. hvvic o"o v. vxi 3.
Yet even she la much belied, because she
has discovered that sea air and sunlight
on her armt and neck and shoulders in
jure the skin, aad that she doesn't like,
for the society belle of today understand?
herself thoroughly and does not want to
destroy or injure one atomof her beauty.
It is, however, true that the high soci
ety girl of Newport and Narragansett Pier
will go farther than would be allowed m
the ?r rH ta a
SUStam WltBOQt tho h.lp t
that money and
position give. Ia ome pi "ices the society
girls are content with the bathing. In
these two places they want admiration
with it, and I noticed that many of them
wore obvious corsets.
But sed as the fac is for those who
would Kke to furnfeh several columns of
sensation oa the subject of dress as the
seashore it is the honest man's duty to
deny the prevalency of sensational cos
tames. A Horrid Exhibition.
The earth of the Ontetery of the Capucini
at Palermo, according to the London edi
tion of The New York Herald, has the
property of so hasteni ug decomposition as
to reduce bodies placed therein to prac
tically the condition of mummies, the 3km
"V ,5irvc' -- N1 ?
nmii:-;- . r wr
AN'ip t -- ;'" . ,,.i
. - rt(
THB PULCB OF SKI
and bone remaining mtact while the flesh
du5pp'3t. Tb bodies are then clothed
by tbe rolativta and duplayed in subter
ranean galleries, "hole ro-ws of noseless,
skin coverwi akulls grin from shelves at
tha visitor aa he dejoends. or are revealed
bv oo"nhs m coffins. "But,'" says The
Herald's correspondent, "undoubtedly the
SzUest of the sights fa tb ltdte' gallery.
Corpse wor&aip hure has prompted freaks
of burlesque millinery, such a the trim
ming of vacant skulls with ietp frills of
lace. One poor shade lay in purple silk.
A yoeng lady's mummy ws adorned with
a sdvr crown, fantastic 4hSf . open work
stockings and vralte kid gloves."
He lis Killed Thrt!i Icn.
Jere Dunn, the race hors owner, was r-enEir-
no tHt vrinifrNf, ifa.nd of the suursme
:, in N- Yrv a Utwr a.Z.ed hua i
how macT nwa ke had killed. T fee sur-
pri&5 of overy one me replied, "Thra;."' Ha
afterward told tb stary v a reporter.
One of se t he killtjd waa samed James
Loiraa the same-whs raardrtxi Millien
aiiw Eogta many yars a?o in New York.
Dunn was a hittar enemy of a judge who
bad bjea iadtrumeatal in tocunnj Loran
refcea, aad Login, set of gratitude to the
judge, attacked Dunn with a knife. Dnnn
shot him through the hart. For this af
fair Dunn wa;: flnsily unpri5Ked for two
years. Before tfcas, dsrmg the war. Dnnn
Tras a recraitrng officer, and killed a bounty
mec dnnng a light. In 1SSS he kiSed,
ChietHM. aftax a half facer's strugcle,
Jiminwi lltt, the prize lighter. Elliott
was the asgras50r.j,
3Irs. nermann Oirichs received as a '
wedding gift fsom King Kalakaua a yel- I
j low wre&t which was greedy admired.
It was made ot the feathers of the soidea I
haed Oo. a bird higirlv pnied it Hawaii.
There ar but two of these bright feath- j
ers plucked from each bird. i
MBa. Rose Maury, who illustrates for
five of tae be&s Fanstan joarnafe. is the
daughter of a station master in France
and tiw protege of SL Doruy, minister cf
public insrxuciii. who happeaed to so
her sketckmg in the station wha. she
was 7 veers oid.
A farmer at Ipswich. Mass., while
. . . . , . J" . .
cclcr. It ia to be caposised ia tfae Essex
instrtuta csleotauu s Saiem. Mass.
Freak, KusMes Sowers ciisoderalaarn'ig,
Taey breed cs the hsxnsUaed stage,
Ad airsd iheir varices Tinrs coscsrsiaz
Tha vestas oi ths glacial ays;
Tfca risa aaa fall cl csctnt Baste; or
Tha late Carljle, tas Kill he hod;
Tas pneAiiaHty of Hems',
YvaaSh-r 3 Trrota tas Iliad,
Or soras islcricus -BiTncTrai card did;
Scnae ascsd if Beliuays grand schenes
SiotiH be accejtsd or discarded;
Oae TaVcfid ex a7pcssiic dr-aca;
Oas asalyrK! tha solar specs-ars,
Asotcer placed tie rirsr Svtj:;
Asotter showed the sad e.tct: rum
Osa troric ia local pohtica.
I rausd, tad thocjat now shocid I laarry ,
That giri who wtcC- ta old 2torse fabls
"Wccld sis tara oci a hovsehdi Laay
rri ast an appecizsiK table
Or -sroeld she bo a aaq to boots,
WUh learalag pieatj for a wizard,
Ad yet the. ttizbtZaZeai rf cooia,
Iacocapeteat to brdl a gizsard?
"Would she 50 roasd ia shabby skirts?
Could aha do cp ray tinea. fihirt3
A3 daintOy ea cotter doea n,
Or trexld she s?cz aad cre&sa each besosa?
Thes questlocs raada 137 seises whirl,
I scarcely listened totha thans;
"Well, after all I'd taie ths girl
Aid bravely ce the risi o crsases.
Sirs. Bootii'3 Costume.
Urs. Ballington Booth, of the Salvation
Army, ia a "woman of whom it may be
aaid as truly as of Mrs. Leslie that she
attends to her gowns. It would no:
seem that the annv costume offered
much chance for elaboration, but her
uniform of dark blue skirt and plaited
"waist is perfectly fitting and of fine,
rich material, finished at the throat and
sleeves with a white silk cord and em
broidered on the belt -with a sacred
Her large poke bonnet is of fine black
straw, trimmed with folds of navy blue
satin, the scarlet ribbon badge inter
woven about the crown. It i3 tied at
the chin with a big soft bow of broad
ribbons. An American flag of fine silk
fonra a regalia sash, and a plain wed
ding ring gleams on one small hand.
'Myrtle," as Marshal Booth calls his
wife, ha3 a sweet, smooth face, with
fine hazel eyes. Xew York Commercial
The Female Principal.
Ajsk any school teacher in New York
who ehe prefers for a principal, and the
answer will be "a man" every time.
Men who make instruction a life work
pari; with much of their masculine force
and vigor, but no matter how narrow
they may become they never quite reach
the level of a scholastic female tyrant.
The lady principal knows so well how
to humiliate her subordinates. If her
record is satisfactory as an instructor
and disciplinarian there are her weak
nesses and vanities to play upon and a
thousand ways of insulting her before
her pupils. The story of a teacher who
began a crusade against linen collars,
crimps, bangs and pretty school toilets
ia still fresh in the minds of the public,
and there are today scores of so called
lady principals who treat their assistants
as though they were slaves. Xew York
Mile. Bikesco, the "Eoumanian Por
tia," read her thesis or essay for admis
sion to the Paris faculty as doctor, or
rather "doctoresse," of laws two weeks
ago. This young lady is not only strong
in jurisprudence, but also in science,
literature and music, having gained first
prizes and places for each of these sub
jects in Bucharest. Her eav, which
comprised over TOO pager, of which 2G0
were not read, related to the "Position
of "Woman Under the Roman Law."
There are only two other lady lawyers
following in the footsteps of this young
lady, one being a French -woman and
the other a Russian. Mile. Bilcesco in
tends to ask for admission not to prac
tice but on principle to the Bucharest
Keep the House Street.
Keeping the house sweet in these hot
days, when things decay so rapidly, is
difficult, but a few hints are useful.
Three or four barrels of charcoal set in
different parts of the cellar will be of
great help in keeping the house sweet.
In damp weather in summer a fire should
be lighted in some room in the main part
of tho house, and the doors in all the
rooms be opened in order that all the
house may be kept dry.
io have sweet homes one must
prodigal in the us of water, fresh
and sunlight. Xew York Journal.
"Well, I'm glad you are better, Emily.
Yon don't look like an invalid."
"I know it, and I think it is just too
horrid for anything. People will say I
pretended to be an invalid because I had
wiiammer clathw to wear. Chatter.
Another Prophecy Palled.
A strange story ia now being circa
lated in India about a gold plate, with
inscriptions upou it in ths Tamil and
Taicgu languages, which is said to have
fallen from heaven. The Hindoo Patriot
gives the following version of it:
A plate made of the finest cold, con-
taming the followinc mscriprion, fell
from, heaven and was found m the templa
grounda a; Benares by the person -who
saw it fall. The inscription ia as foi-lo-wa:
"Proai the month of June. 1390, God
himself vriH role aa enperor of Hindoo
stan, incamatin? himself ia human
fom. From tha; time forward there
vriil be justice all over the world, and
the rntmis (5Bge) will be worshiped by
"All the diseases of men will be cured,
cogs will walk and talk as men do, and
man, whoee life is cow established st
seventy years, will in tie future hare it
extended to 1S3 yeers.'
Steeria? a Sfels frota the Bridi.
That new Germ.n ir.venci which '
i enables the captain of a -teamer tc rteer '
his ship from his bridge wiH be a great
, tmng u it realise: present eipectitious.
! The mvgntieu iuvclvs the use cf as
j electric current, the apparatus for which j
! the cspcaia can carry in hi pocket, are
. the use of it st criciosl mcciects by tha
captain mstftsd ni ocsucrarijcatirig hu j
j crreccoua to the man zt the wh-el fev j
j meass cd dsuaa wedd te ef tmmease
; sdvascace. asd wyuld eaabfe the capasm
t or his rspreseursrrvs on the bridge, is '
' coses where the steamer is resrit dza-
gerousiy close to auesher atesmer er in j
iceberg- to make ?ood ne &f the sec-1
j oacs which are acw lost beiers the raas
i &: the wheel can caEupr-eheae. tae ssscz
f sicsi. The isvsEtuKi io now -andergokog
! practical trial oq 5asae of tha skip
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74v. Juliet Corson id in such poor health
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In Xew Zealand a Mormon convention
has just closed its actings, at which it
was ofncially reported that there ar
3.GC0 Mormons m that colony, and that
SCO converts were made during the p&s:
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For nearly SO years I suffered with riseana
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A Kojral XeTrspsper Reacter.
2ilr. Harold Frederic, correspondent of
The New York Tunes, is in Berlin pre
paring a life of the young emperor under
the direction fl had almost said aospices)
of the emperor himself. Wilbeirn II ia
rather partial to journalist?, and he is a
voraciotia newspaper reader. Fifty of
the leading newspapers of Europe sre
brought to hrn every mcmins. and he
plunges throojrh them with tfee sndiij
and the alacrity of a prcf-asaon! ex
change editor. A pair of shears is cleee
at hand, and he clips wh&tver seems to
be of particular ituer to him. These
shppinca are duly pasted in scrap boois
and indtried. In this fahicn doth Ida
majesty keep a record en the boys. It ia
said tha; The Pans F:,tacg is the news
paper whose cpmior e to mtere
SayAVhen the wind blows your j
Isffi?' Cire-iS j2 useless to Hre yourself
..ViSKyia tl w w w l lltAtl U! V4JL4I U t liri LJte I
I: doesutmaie us tired to tell abcet th taenia ef SAPOLK). Tsoqmo.
of women in the Uaited states thank c etery hesr of thetr Lve kte lummf
told them of SAPOLIO.
its use seres many -wtary boors of lot! ia boaae-oeaam.
BEWAS2 OP I31TTATI03F8.
Grocers often scbatitc cJieapexyoodsfccSAPOLlOtaaaaitea beOmfetm.
Scd bei: sc sraciea, aad mt epeks hartngjaat niat yoe ooSoiar!.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO., NEW YORK.
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tee ieadiac rsS3y for
Gonorrhtra fc Sleet.
The otily Nue resaejiy lor
1 tretcriDe itaa4 leel
fae m recoianieading ::
to all sutTerer.
Sold by Drnsxiats.
Sand EASY LABOR
Rtczzmiziii by kii'm Pnjsieejw
Pare "it Vcetahte and perfect'y
harm " '!' !i lrEiia, fr
ent. poat-jaid. in ptaja wrapper oa
r-ce:,,tof jV. Write f.r -ifnlar.
Charles Lawrence, 102 East
'an Werden & Co., 32S jSorth
&us Saur, 524 EasE Douglas
Coal. Gravel Kooflnsr. Roofln'
TJZLKPirOXE XO. 104.
St. aad 4th Ave. Wichita, Kan
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
We carry a complete Itnr ot mK kind at Books
and Steaks, sach a are oi by Rkl Estate Aftnta
coosfctliwef Deedrt, Korte-s AbMrncta. Boeatst
Books. Sot Boofcs. Rrat Ketehiter. Xry Pawn
Records and Blanks. Contract Boote,. PockesBoal
Ejrtaw Books for Farm and City Property, etc. Or
ders toy mall promptly attended to. Address
THE WICHITA EAGLE,
J. P. ALLEN,
Erajftiag Sept ia a firskfass Dreg Stat
163 EAST DOUGLAS AVE.
WICHITA, - KAX.
DAVIDSON & CASE
John Mvidson. Pioneer Lambf rman
OTABUSnEO :-: U , 1S70.I
Cwairtete Stock of Plac Lomber.
Junrlcs, Lath, Dors. Ssh,
etc., always n Baad.
OSee aad saanA on Moalev
naia oo aaarteA atmct. ttmafsk Toroaa
L fiiSTor. OUakooA dor aatf CI Jod. fr-
W. Law. Trn.
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Wichita National Baak.
PAID UP CAPITAL.
S-H-SJw, A- W qtt-r kt W aaTT. tA. Wat
Joka Dhvtooaa. i C Jteta.
Do a General Banking, Collecting
and Brokerage J3siHs.
Fasiern and Prvretca Kxrhajirr
bonht and ?old. Cattd States b03
of all de5EB".aatioa barht and ?ld
County, Towaship and Maaicipal
Pae use of I
Patils Sw srapsa w
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THE WICHITA EAGLE
M. IT. Murdoch & Bro., Proprietor.
PRINTERS, BINDERS AND BLAKE BOOK MIS.
All Ttfads of county, iowasfelp and school district
reeorda and blanks. Le?al blanks of every des
cription. Complete stoek of Justice's docket? aad
blaaks. Job printtas of xU. kiada. Tfe oiad law
aad edieal journals and zcaxazine periodicals of aU
kinds at prices as low a Chicaro and 'eir Yerk: aad
guarantee work jut as rood. Orders seat r aaajU
will be carefully attended to. Address aO toariesa tc
R. P. 2kTLTRD0CK.
j. a nAvrosoN: Priv
TJIOS. G. FTTCH. Stm:try a Trwo.
DAVIDSON INVESTMENT COMPANY,
PAID-UP CAPITAL $300,000.
DIRECTORS Joka Qauicy Ads. Jofca C. Derst. Cka. O TTood, C. A
"Walker, Thou. G. Fitek, Joka K Saaferd, W. T. Babeoek.
W.I3. Stanley asd J. O. lJavidaon.
$5,000,000 LOANED . IN -. SOTTKEEN KANSAS.
oney always on Hand for laproved Farm aad City Lans.
0f5ce vltli Citizens Bank. cor. Main and Dondas, Wichita, Kan
TThen orderlac state VIIAT frra U
Wholesale and .Retail Daaler in all kind of
Anthracite and Bituminous Coa
AXD : ALL : KIXDS : OF : UCILDIXG : MATERIAL.
ilaln Office IIS South Fourth Arena. Braaca Offlce 13.1 XorLX Mala Street
Yard connect! yrith all railroads in the cur
via SAIsTA FE R0LTTE.
T esti ana Pctakaji Sutsrvm,
Vestibcle Iisiso Cabs,
Fexs REcLijrDfo Ctuxn Cabs.
Iaquire of W. D. Murdoch, laast ajreut
tor farther -pgctatea of ratlrw na the
matic. R. Powell, Prw.Vnt R. T B; T.
t. W. WAJ.LIR jr
iFonrtli National Bank.ii
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