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CONCERNING HARRY MARKS.
tiketcb. of the Blarvolons Career or a
New Yoek, Jan. 1. A libel suit re
cently tried in London has beep ttio
means of drawing public attention on
both rides of the Atlantio to the remark
able history of a man -who less than n
dozen years ago was a newspaper re
porter in Slew York, withont means be
yond his earnings with his pen, and who
is now enormonsly wealthy and in inti
mate business relations with the house
of Eothschild. This man is Harry U.
Mr. Marks' father is known always
as Rabbi Professor Marks, "both, titles
being used in speaking of him. Ho is
the leading rabbi of London and offici
ates in the Berkeley Street synagogue,
and is professor of oriental languages
in the University college of London.
Among his congregation are the Roths
childs and the Montefiores, as well as
many of the beat known Hebrews of the
Reformed church in London. Tne raDDi
also enjoys the curious distinction of
having been elected a vestryman of St.
Paucras, being the only Jew who holds
such an office in England.
Of his sons, one is an officer in tho
Forty-Becond Highlanders, commonly
called the "Black "Watch." Ono is an
artist, and was the first person born,
deaf and dumb ever taught to speak.
One is a well known editor in New York,
and another is a wanderer concerning
whom little is known. Harry H. Marks
came to America in 1870, when he lacked
several years of having attained his ma
jority. He first wont to Texas, and was
employed on some newspaper there for
a Bhort time. Then, going to New Or
leans, lie obtained a situation on The
Picayune, of that city, but in 1873 ho
came to New York, where He soon made
his mark as a capable reporter.
He wrote for Tho Sun and The Tribune,
and for four or five years was on tho
staff of The World under William Henry
Hurlbert, and was also for a timo the
Nov? York correspondent of Tho Chi
Among other work ho did editorials
for The Reformer and Jewish Times, a
small weekly paper owned by a Mr.
Koppel, who died in July, 1878. After
his death Marks purchased the paper
from Koppel's widow, and from tho ac
quaintance wliich began in business be
tween him and the widow sprang up an
intimacy which led to the libel suit
mentioned above. Tee rupture of their
relations led to the death of The Re
former, and Marks, turning his atten
tion to Wall street, started The Finan
cial and Mining News, and became a
menjber of the old mining board and of
the i oil exchange. Ho made and lost
Honio money, and in 1883 he returned to
Ho was withont money, but ho ac
quired a capital of experience which he
immediately proceeded to utilize. Ho
therefore projected a paper to bo called
'.The Financial News, and prepared for
the issue of the first number. There
'was a trifling difficulty in his way, for
ho had neither money nor credit with
which to get the papers from tho printer,
and the expedient he adopted wis
characteristic of tho man. A friend of
his in New York who had been associ
ated with him in various enterprises,
xnd who was then as poor as Marks him
self, had a good mime and was known
in London almost as well as in New
York. Marks made a draft on him for
50 and got it cashed, cabling over to his
friend that he had done so, and that ho
would "take care of the draft" when it
should coino back It did go back and
he redeemed it, but in tho mean timo ho
had issued his paper and turned his
Fijoin thon till now his career has
been one of phenomenal success. The
papifer proved a veritable gold mine, and
he xemained chief owner of it. Col. Mc
Mijirdo, of Delago bay fame, became in
terested with him and invested $5,000 in
thi'o paper. When, a few years later, Mc
Muirdo died leaving an enormous estate
ihx tangled litigation, tho only asset
nvhich his widow found available was
' this interest in The Financial News, and
this sho sold to Marks for $90,000 in
, w-h. The paper was then paying an
nual dividends of 50 per cent, in scrip
, and 40 per cent, in cash.
Marks wanted another newspaper, so
he bought The Evening News and Post,
the organ of tho leaders of tho Conserva
tive party. He pnt his old managing edi
tor, J. H.Copleston, formorly of Tho New
York World, in charge, and is still run
ning the two dailies. He wanted a town
house, and he bought Loudoun Hall, a
palatial residence, built by a Bond street
money lender at a cost of $500,000. Ho
bought pictures on which ho carries an
insurance of $100,000. He set up a rac
ing stable, and on one horse alone has
won more than his entiro stables cost
him. He bought a fine estate at Broad
stairs, near Ramsgato. and built a coun
try house to suit himself, investing
$250,000 m this purchase.
He had political aspirations, and got
hiinself elected a member of the London
county council, which is a body somo
what re hhng the New York board
of aldermen in its scope, but which has
ore power. He proved a "kicker,"
and speedily showed such executive
ability that he was put on nearly all the
committees, and such eloquence as to
attract tho notice of the Conservative
leaders, who put him up for parliament.
He married and has two children, a
boy and a girL He enjoys, it is said, an
inooino of $300,000 a year. His carriage
stops daily in front of Baron Rothschild's
office, and he is closeted with the great
TOagnate while other magnates wait out
wde. Ho seemed to have reached an al
most unassailable position of prosperity,
when an enemy published a story of his
relations with Mrs. .Koppel, accusing him
of having betxayed;rbbbed and deserted
her. He brought a suit for libel, and this
is the case that has excited so much com
ment. Tho case was decided against
Mr. Marks, and his ,mauy enemies pre
dict a fall ais rapid as ln& n&a was, but
those- of us who remember what manner
of man he was in New York look for
tome very interesting fighting.
den Baby ras svk. we gave her Castoria,
When she was a ChtW, she cried forCastoria,
When sho became MUs, she cluns to CastorU,
When sha had Children, she cve thm Castoria,
'Tlie houses given below are representative ones in their line, and thoroughly reliable. They are furnished' thus for ready refer
ence lor the South generally, as well as for city and suburban buyers. Dealers' and inquirers should correspond direcfi
with names given.
GLOBE -. IRON -. WORKS,
Steam Engines, Boilers and Pnmps, and Dealers In Brass Goods, Rubber and
Hemp Packing, Steam Fittings, Etc. Repairing of all Kinds of Ma
chinery a Specialty. Orders promptly tilled for all kinds
of Sheet Iron Work. All kinds or castings made.
A. FLAGG, Proprietor. Wichita, Kansas.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
FIELD GARDEN AND FLOWER SEED.
Orders by mall ca cfully and promptly filled.
319 East Douglas Ave. Wichita, Kan
The Stewart Iron Works,
MAi CFACTtniERS OF
Architectural, Wrought and Cast
Iron Work lor Buildings.
Factory: Sontli Washington Avenue
TO ART DEALERS AM) ARTISTS.
Artist's Materials, Picture?. Moulding and Frames
"N iiole&ale and retail. Catalogue Tree.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED.
F. P. MAETIS, 114 Market St.
W UOLtSALE DKALFIl IX
Pianos and Organs
Fheet mnslo and books. All kinds ot mnolea
poodc limns band and oicuestra music liUMala
bti ttt, ichlto, Kansas.
TrimMoBros. & TlirclkeM,
Special attention to mail orders.
110 E Douglas, - Wichita, Kan
L. M. COX,
Manufacturing -. Confectioner
And jobber in Fijrs, Dates, Cijrars, Foreign and Domestic Tints, Cider,
Paper Uars, Paper Boxes. Candy Jars, Trays, Etc.
215 and 217 South Main St - - - "Wichita, Kansas.
THE C E. POTTS DRUG CO.
(Formerly Charles E. Potts & Co., Cincinnati, O.)
Goods Sold at St. Louis and Kansas City Prices.
233 and 235 South Main Street, - - - - Wichita, Kansas.
LARGEST SOAP WORKS IN THE WEST, ESTABLISHED 18S7.
The Wichita Soap Manufacturing Company.
LAUXDItY AXD TOILET SOAP.
A full line of Laundry Soaps, including tho famous "Magnet" brand. Correspond
ences solicited and dclnercd price lists sent ou application.
C05 AND C07 SOUTH FIFTH AVENUE,
LEWIS B. SOLOMON
BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING, WICHITA, KANSAS.
Our leadlni: brands of S cent clear are Iji Marca Do Merlto. La llor De Stadley, La Pertecto. Ker
Stone. Klw; Com. llaanah Cijrarros. Merchants s nrilns In orders will receive prompt attention, all
Koods guaranteed. e also cairy a full line of Kty A est Imported and Domestic Goods.
BAKER; RAFFERTY & CO.,
COR. MARKET AND I1RST STS., WICHITA, KAN.
Manufacturers -wholesale, transfer and forwarding njrents, and dealers
in carriages, wagons, iarni implements, wind mills scales, engines and
threshing machinery. Wc have on hand a full line of tho lollowinjr manuiac
turerh goods that wo can ship at quick notice:
Studebaker Bios. Mig. Co., South Bend, Ind., Enterprise Carriage Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio; Hoover & Gamhle, Miainibburg, Ohio,, Esterly Harvesting
Co., "W hitewater, is.; Fairbank, Mooie &, Co., ot Chicago.; Walton Plow Co.,
Bloomington, 111. Pekin Plow Co., Pelcin, 111., Avery Planter Co., Peoria, 111.;
.Iiio. Doddh Hay Rack Co., Dayton, Ohio.. Prick Engine Co., Waynesboro,
Penn.; Mnbhillon Thrasher Co., Massilion, Ohio,: Krugblornd & Douglas Mfg.
Co., fat. Louis, Mo.; II tiber Engine Co., Mai ion, Ohio.
THE GUARDIAN ANGEL.
Baby, sleep and dread no harm; clasped la that
Not a breath of 111 shall come to thy angel guard
Older eyes may weoplns waken, older huarta
may jjneve forsakon.
Thou art safe in cradled rest, birdlinc In a happy
Tis a wary world, no doubt, but tbou hast not
found it out;
Only love has sheltered thc-A from a thousand
Oomlns to the world a stranger, thou hast known
nor fear nor dangor;
Litllo kins from morn till night, ruling in thy
Golden head on piUovr laid; violet eyes 'neath
Dimpled hands and dainty feet; cheeks llie roses,
flushed and sweet.
Gift of gifts to mother given, making home an
'Neath the spreading angel wings, vrhere the
child's own angol sings.
Tar aad wide the angels fly, sweeping down the
Some to watch o'er beds of pain, some to hover
o'er the main.
This to bid a bright dream pensh, that a sunny
hope to cherish.
But the dearest angel still guards the household
pet from iU.
3ere and there are brawl aad strife, there and
here is buoyant Hfe
Dancing feet that trip to measure, hearts that
throb with gayest pleasure.
In the baby's day is calm, isles of pcaca in seas of
And the baby has no care, yet too young for
life shall bring theo many a grace, baby, in this
Health and w ealth and youth and fire, love and
joy and heart's desire.
Never in the time to bo shall the angel turn from
Never, UH the heavens are dim. cease to chant
thy cradle hymn.
As I watch the angel light In that guardian form
Something datl baffles thought, strangely are my
Could the look be less Elyraan If the radiant
Wore no pinions floating wide, wore no beauty
Only looked as mothers do when the mother
heart breaks through
I Eyes that were the baby's sky, taocgh no seraph
wlt-l Klak 1
r.Elfenmayer Fr. Sllllini; and Elerator Co.. of
Halstead, Kan., carry a full line of hard and soft
wheat flour at their agency in this city. Send for
prices and samples.
OT10 WJblhS, Agent, 253 N JIaln. Wichita.
SWAB & GLOSSER,
And Jobbers of "Woolens and Tail
145 JV Main Street, - WicJiita.
WICHITA BOTTLBG W0EKS,
01 TO ZIMMERMAN'S. Prop.
Bottlers of Ginger Ale. Champagne
Cider, Sada Water, Standard Nerve
Food, also General Western
Agents for Win. J.Lemp's Extra Pale.
Cor. First and Waco Sts., - Wichita.
Wholesale and Retail.
Telephone No. 107,
119 North Water street.
216 e douglas ave.
Physicians : Supplies.
And Pnrclcal Instruments, Send for our Illustra
THE CRYSTAL ICE COMPANY
Notv ready to supply all wishing tbelr Pure DlftUU
fd 'Water Ice, at usual prices. OflJce and Factory
Cor. Osage and Pearl ttreets. West Side. Order
Rook" at W. W. Pearce 10 East Douglas Are. and
Occidental Hotel Cor. becond and Main.
telephone Nc 211 J.A.EOHN
A Black 'Female Samson.
Freedman's Town, a suburb of Hous
ton, Tex., boasts of a female Samson,
who has repeatedly proven herself a
match for any three men that have pitted
their united strength, and who a few
nights ago successfully routed Officer
John Baxter and three of his assistants,
all men of fine physique. The woman
is a negress, as black as night and of a
stature slightly above average, but mag
nificently built and extraordinarily ac
tive. Her grip was such that she was
able to break two of the bones of the
hand of the woman with whom she had
a fracas recently, and it was on the po
lice attempting to arrest her that she not
only was able to prevent them putting
tho handcuffs on her, but, taking the
officer and his posse one by one, flung
them out of the house and closed and
locked the door.
Baxter, in particular, is accounted a
man of unusual strength, and is of large
build, but he says his muscles were as a
child's when compared with those of the
black Amazon. The woman, whoso
name is Caroline JenHns, is about 30
years old, and is the mother of seven
children. She has been Eeen to pick up
a barrel of floor and carry it a distance
of several yards without appearing to
overtax herself, and when tested was
found to be able to break with ease a
new grass rope an inch in diameter.
Since her exploit with the police it is
said that a party of gentlemen propose
traveling with her, if she will go, and
give exhilA-ons of her strength, which
is to be ascribed to no electrical or mag
netic process, but to her muscular de
velopment alone. St. Louis Globe-Dem-ocrct.
Out Tartridce Hunting.
"Did you ever go a partridge hunting,
and tramp all day through the brush,
tear your clothes half off, get wetter n a
drowned rat, fall in the mud and never
Cigar Headquarters. Cor. Main and First Streets.
W. T. BISHOP & SONS,
Send Us a Trial Order or Call and See Us.
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL
FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC
The Largest Establishment in the State.
Nos. 119 and 121 Main Street, Wichita, Kansas.
GrETTO-McGLUlNTGr BOOT AKD SHOE CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
BOOTS :&: SHOES.
AU goods of our own manufacture warranted. Orders by mail
promptly and carefully filled.
135 and 137 1ST Market Street, Wichita, Kansas.
THE JOHNSTON & LARIMER DRY GOODS CO.,
Diy : Goods, : Notions : and : Fumisliing : Goods.
Complete Stock in all the Departments.
119, 121 & 123 N Topeka Ave. Wichita, Kansas.
CORNER '. &
K0XAL SPICE MILLS,
Jobbers and Manufacturers, Teas,
Coffees, Spices, Extracts, Bakinj:
Powders, liluingr. Cigars, Etc.
112 and 114 S Emporia Ave.
Manufacturers, Wholesale and KeUli
SADDLES k SADDLERY HARDWARE.
121 E Douglas Ave, WicJiita, Kan
BURR FURNITURE CO.,
Wholesale and netall
125 East Douglas Arc.
Wholesale and Retail
Coal, Grarel Roofing, Roofing and
Telephone lot. ISth St. and 4tb Ave., Wichita, Kan.
B. VAIL & CO.,
CLOCKS AND SILTERWEAR.
10H E Douglas Ave, - Wichita.
WICHITA WHOLESALE GcItOCEItY CO.,
Wholesale . Grocers,
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE 210 TO 223 SOUTH MARKET STREET.
Keep everything in the grocery line, show cases. Scales and grocers fixture".
igcnts lor tiie state lor "uranu
the "Royalty" and "La Tnuoceiicia" brands.
LEmiAXX-mGGIXSON GEOCER CO.,
203 AND 205 X.
Are now ready for "buainecs. Keep a Full Line of Staple and Taney Groceries
A oodenware and Motions.
pee so much as a ieatnerT" queried a well
known gunner. ..
"No, indeed. When and where did all
"Up in Sardinia the other day. Ed
Andrews, the crack shot of that town,
invited me to come up there and go
shooting, claiming that the birds were
thicker in the woods along Cattaraugus
creek than honey bees in a Bweet clover
patch. Of course I went; but I came
home all broke up."
"And you didn't get a feather?"
"Nary a one. Tried to ehoot a chicken
on a hen roost, but the farmer caught
me at it and chased m four miles with
out a let up. Andrews killed a chipping
bird and a red squirrel, that's all."
"But you brought home some birds?"
"Very true, I bought them on the
market, the same as the other Buffalo
boys do. Let's see, it cost me about $20
in cash, and Tve got to buy a new suit
of clothes and a new hat. Bet your
boots I don't go partridge shooting again.
Tired? 1 can't walk; am lame all over,
and feel like a second edition scarecrow.
Andrews walked me all over four towns;
wanted me to invest in real estate, too,
and all that; talked about their great
race track and the metropolitan Sardinia
aty of 1990, and filled me eo full of
glorious enthusiasm that my head is
cracked from ear to ear. Fun? Well, 1
should snicker, but one dose will last the
lifetime of Methuselah!" Buffalo Com
xnerci&L Another Br Caght by a Cowcatcher. J
As the Louisville and Nashville paa- j
sender accommodation was passing j
through Wade's cut, a deep and narrow I
passage through the rocks, about eight .
miles eat of JAilan, xenn., engineer
George Pendor was surprised to see a
big brown bear come into the cut at the
west end, about ten rods away. The
bear stopped directly in the middle of
the trsckl facixur; the fngsa. The loco-
A new process dry compressed yeast
cake. Quick, strong and sweet. Al
ways in the house i eady for use, and
will keep a year. Pnco 5c a packag
Factory cor. Kellogg & Mosley Ave
J. A. BISHOP,
Wholesale and Retail
Paints, Oils and Glass.
loO 2T Market St., Wichita, Kan
Photograhcrs . Supplies !
102 E Douglas A cen ue.
Wichita, Kan. Telephone Connection
BUTLER & G-RALEY
Wholesalo Dealers In
Job Work of all kinds promptly attended to,
213 South Main, Wichita, Kan.
CHICAGO LUMBER CO.
WHOLESAIL. iND RETAIL
Corner First Street and LTrrence ATenne.
Chlcco Yards, 36th nd Iron streets, Chicago.
A. fcralth. ;alenian. Cjeo.L.l'rj.tt.uudUeo. W.
Cross, Keildent Partners.
i.epuoiio - ciiua, mau ouie iuuueiora ui
"Wichita Trunk Factory
II. JLOSSFIELD, Proprietor.
Manufacturer Of, Wholesale
and Retail Dealer in
Trunks, Valises, Satchels,
Shawl and Trunk Straps,
Pocket Books, Wil
low Ware, Etc.
125 W Douglas.
motive beanng down upon him seemeo
to paralyze the bear, and he was perfect
ly motionless until the engine was with
in thirty feet of him, when he arose on
bis haunches preparatory to a spring.
The tram was running at the rate of
twenty miles an hour through the cut,
and seeing that he might wreck the
tram by a collision with bruin Engineer
Pender shut off steam. As the train
came in contact with tho bear his hind
legs opened, and heH forward on the
cowcatcher, clawing savagely at the
hard wood. He teemed stunned or be
wildered at the strange occurrence, and
did not manifest any inclination to get
off. He rode into town on the cow
catcher, and was shot and killed. Cor.
St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
The Deceiving Safety Pnre.
A safety purse has made its appear
ance over the ocean. It can be laid
down without any fear that the con
tiitx will disanoear. Manv women have
an unhappy knack of leaving their
purses about, ana it is to mese vai me
safety purees appeal. They are a puzzle
to the uninitiated. A puree with silver
mounts will have the opening spring
bidden away in one corner, yet all th
corners look the same. The way to open
another is to torn tho spring right round.
Another purse deceives you mto the be
lief that the "bottom zs the top. New
"HenryP cried Mrs. Von Toodlea,
grasping her somnolent husband by the
arm, "Henry, there are burglars in the
house! Get up and go downr
"Utter nonsense mr dear," retomed
Henry. "You wouldn't have a man of ray
social position associating with burglar?,
would you? You astonish atT Black
Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria.
TWO WONDERFUL HORSES.
Recent Achievements of the Great Trot
ting Stallloas Kelson and StaaaboHl.
Two of the most sensational turf per
formers during the season just past were
the world famous trotting stallions Nelson
and Stamboal. NeUon is named after his
well known owner, breeder, trainer and
driver, a H. Nel
son, of Waterville,
Me., and both
horse and man are
just now suffering
notoriety o hav
ing been expelled
from the National
tion for alleged
deal, but turf
C. H. XILSOX.
Nelson and his owner are, on their merits.
two of the most interesting .figures in the !
racing world. Kecoras were as nothing in
the way of the great Maine stallion daring
the season of 1S90.
At Bangor, Me., Sept. 3, Nelson trotted
a mile in 2 15s, and repeated it in 2 j
He then went to Kankakee, Ills., Sept. 27,
and covered a mile in 2.13. Two days later
he tried again on the same track, getting a
record of 2.11H- At Terre Haute, Ind.,
Oct. 9, his time was 2.11, and at Cam
bridge City, Ind., Oct. 12, he came under
the wire with the time of 2:10? to his
credit. His half mile record of 1:03 is only
one second behind that of Maud S., and
his mile lacks but two seconds of equaling
her time. Nelson now holds the worlds
stallion trotting record. He is a bay horse,
with black points, and was sired by Young
Rolfe over eight years ago. Ho weighs
1,050 pounds and stands about 10 hands
According to Mr. Nelson's alleged con
fession, he made a deal with the owner of
Alcryon when they contended for the
Balch f 10,000 stako at Boston in Septem
ber, ISSy, whereby Alcryon was to take
first and Becond money, allowing Nelson to
get the glory of winning tho race. Foe
this plot both stallions were expelled.
Sinco Nelson's expulsjon, however, his
owner claims to have refused to sell him
Stamboul, the great California stallion,
which recently trotted a mile in .11 at
Stockton, Cal., Is a son of Sultan 1513, dam
Fleetwing by Hambletonian 10, Restarted
the season of 1S00 with a record of 2.12,
and in several trials has jrradually de
creased it to tho present notable mark.
Stamboul has already teatcn by a second
Axtell's creat 8-year-old record foretall
ions, and he gives promise of doinc even
more creditable -work in the iiear future
Like Nelson, Stamboul is 8 jcara old.
Wreatler Jack Cnrlceek.
Jack Carkeek, whose name is well known
both in America and England, was born at
Rockland, Mich., thirty years ago. He in
5 ft. 10 in. tall, and wrcatlc at about l&J
pounds. That tho Michigan wrestler has
a magnificent pbyhique is shown by tho
following measurements: Chest, 41 inches;
biceps, 16 inches; forearm, 12 inches; calf,
17 inches, and thigh, 24J inches Carkeek
wrestled his initial match in 1877 Ho first
made a hit as a Cornish rrwtler, and in
that not too popular style ho is said to t
uneqnaled. He won his spurs by defeat-
ing James Pacoe in a match for the Pacific
coast championship, and by twice downing
"Strangler" Evan Lewis.
Having vanquished tho best Cornleh
wrestlers of America, he marie th journey
to England, and after defeating Tom
Bragg, Jack Smith and Beveral others of
lesser note he met Jack Pearce, the En-
giish champion, in a match for the world's
championship This proved to b tbs
most stubbornly contested wrestHngniatch
of modern Umu, and it took Jack over five
hoars of hard work to gain the verdirt
After this match no one cared to tAcklf
the big "Cornlshman" at hia favorita
Kyle. Carkieek tbea threw down taa
gauntlet to all comers any tyk.
Jack gaiard frh laurels when h de
feated the phenomenal midlife weight,
Tom Connor, last year, and thus became
champion catcb-as-catcA-caa. It rnaU. 2q
03Sk i iP
-TV' ' mmmmmw - " Afc -
jJuUfie most loving husband will see
the difference in his home if you use
S&poUo Ihsaves laor in housework
Cleanliness and neatness about a hou&c ate necessary to
insure comfort. Man likes comfort, &nd if he can't find it at
home, he -will seek elsewhere for it. Good houscvtves knor
that SAPOLIO makes a house clean and keep :t bnckt
Happiness always dwells in af comfortable name. Vo mm.
want cleanliness, comfort and happinaR ? Try SArUL.u
and vou will be surorised at vour secccss.
For a Disordered L'rftf
Try BEEGHAB'S PILLS.
25cts; a Boxs
stated in justice to Connors that he was giv
ing away over thirty pounds in weight. Car
keek's victories have been lesion, but th
following named are a ftrw of the notabls
wrestlers who have met defeat at bU
hands: D. A. McMillan, mixed styles;
Greek George, Graco-Romaa style; J. D.
Cudihay, collar and elbow, and Ernst
Roeber, Sebastian MlUer, Matsada Sora
kichi and Jack Wannop, all catch-A-catch-can
styla. Carkeek is now called upon to
defend his title of champion, as, Evan
liewis has posted a forfeit cf $230 for a
match with his former conqueror.
GIRLS AWAY FROM HOME.
Valnablo Succestloa to ToanR "Women
"Who Are Obliged to Travel.
The girl who is going away from horns
quite by herself, and who will have to travel
for savaral days and nights on the cars,
who will be at n strange hotel by herself,
wants a littlo advico about what to do.
Her number may ba many, so I prefer to
tell her in this little paragraph: In buying
her ticket for the trip she also buys a ticket
for her sleeper, and the railway official will
arrange that if she does not get the entiro
section the other birth is also occupied by
a lady. When she wishes to go to bed th
porter, at her request, will arrango the
berth for her, and then oat of tho small
sschel that she has provided she will tako
the dark flannel or dcl&lne dressing gown
in which she intends to sleep, and go to the
VHet room and put this on. Her clothei
are hung by the berth, and while- she is ad
vised to remove her dns3, skirt and corsets
and her shoes, it will be vrwer to retain
some of her underwear and her stocking,
not only because of the draught, but Uxjause
of tho facility of getting into tilings tho
next morning. Get up early and go to tha
toilet room, but do not monopolize it far
When you reach a strange city get into
the stago that belongs to tho hotel to whiah
j ou wish to go, get out At the ladies' en
trance, go into the reception room and vav
that you wish some ono pent- from the of
fice to you. Tell whoever come3 exactly
what kind of a room you want, and auk th
price of it. Givo him your name to regis
ter, and romember while you Are alone in
a public house it is not vriso to dress in any
except a quiet way. No trouble about or
dering your meals should bo experienced,
as the bill of fare 6hows exactly what it
served, and jou can take your choke.
As to "tipping," you will certainty give
a small tip to the porter ho strap and
locks your trunks fur you, and to any bell
boy iu the hotel who i hows jou some hpc
cial service. If you are only there for n
few boun it is not nectsssary for you to Up
tho waiter nor tho chambermaid, unless
she also chonld do some act of ktndnoen for
you such as brushing your gown, getting
tho picco of soap that you have forgotten,
or pnttingv stitch In a ripped frock.
Although It Is not pleawint to bo alone,
still I do firmly Iwliovo that a well bred
girl with a clear head and an understand
ing mind can go without any trouble from
California to New York, and recelvo noth
ing but courteous attention.
The dont's are theso:
Don't dress loudly.
Don't make any acquaintances on tho car
or in hotels.
Don't sit alone in public parlor. BeU
tor by far stay In yonr own room nnd read,
than mako yourself an object of com
ment. Make up your mind to be courteous and
polite, but reserved, and all men will bo
liko Chevalier Bayards to you. aad ail
women will give you what you demand
respect. Kuth Afchmore in JjuJioir' Homo
Old Mil New Athlotle.
"I know nothing of athletic. I don't
understand a game when I too It, and
that ia probably tho reason why I have
been elected an honorary member of
the Manhattan Athlotic dub. Tliia or
ganization wanted to exhibit to tho
world a frightful examplo of a man who
didn't know anything about athletics.
In tho old days we played baseball whoro
we honestly caught th ball, and wore
pnt out by being stung by th ball.
Now a man reach tho base by eliding
out e?n his nosf. At tho conclusion of a
game of football a man could rjHaml tho
vemng with hw bt girl; now h
spends it with hw doctor " Vrom a re
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