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WfiESTLER MDLDOON BADLY SOLD.
He Meets a Blacksmith tbotn Ha Tails
Tlint was a terrible sell, says the San
Francisco Post, they put up on Mill
iloon, tlio champion wrestler, over at
his Loup; branch training tiuartera tho
other day, and altliotipli that popular
ucck-tw inter has offered us the entire
pate money of his next match to sup
press the facts a high sense of duty lo
our readers will not permit us to do so.
It seems that a cold-blooded chapter
of conspirators, ineludinp: Charlie
Duane, Senator McCarthy, Jim Hrizel,
John Gilbert, the comedian, and oilier
past grand jokers, kept talking to Mul
doon about a blacksmith named McFad
deii, who they claimed, had originated
a peculiar manner of bracing bis feet
so as to ronder his being thrown an im
possibility. The champion blandly ex
plained to the boys that any such foot
hold was out of the question, aud illus
trated tho fact that 110 matter bow big
and heavy a wrestler might bo ho was
liable to bo lifted clear off his feet in
spite of any foothold ho took. Tho con
spirators listened attentively, but didn't
seem to be convinced.
"That's all very well, Mul," said
Duane, shaking his head solemnly,
"but you haven't tried this man, Mc
Faddon, yet I tell you ho's harder to
movo than a sheet anchor ho is. I'd
like to bet a basket of champagne for
the crowd that you can't bttdgo him."
Tho bet was accepted, and in an hour
or two one of tho plotters rushed in and
informod tho crowd that McFaddon was
in tho saloon just opposite, and was
willing to wrestle offhand.
"That's the man, is it?" asked Mul
doon, grimly, as they entered the sa
loon and discovered a short, thick-set
individual standing in tho middle of the
floor, with his feet braced, about two
feet apart, and with a do-or-die expres
sion on his face. "Well, I'll just make
it two baskets that I flop him in threo
minutes by the clock."
"Done," shouted tho crowd, and,
catching a favorite grip on the black
smith, MuMoon gave a little prelimin
ary tusslo and thou a tremendous side
wronch that would havo uprooted a
Hut tho other man didn't budge.
There was a roar from all hands, and
the champion backed off from his op
ponent and looked at him with an
astonished expression that was as good
as a play.
"Well, I'll be , be blowed." ho
muttered, and taking off his coat and
vest, he roll d up ,his sleeves with an
expression that meant a cold day and a
slippory evening for the other man.
Quick as lightning lio caught his favor
ite neck-lock on the blacksmith, and,
twisting his shoulders under tho little
man's chin, gave a heave that would
have sent an ordinary man crashing
through tho ceiling.
But tho other man never budged.
Alter sotno frightful ellorts, Muldoon
dropped his hohi, with a scarod expres
sion, and staggering over to a chair,
wiped his face.
"Hoys," said tho athlete, huskily,
"this lets me out. My heart's broke.
I'll never wrestle any more." Aud
amid tho "joshing" of Ids friends he led
tho party back to bis quarters aud set
up tho wine.
While the crowd were pouring down
the Roedori-r, and grinning at each oth
er like hyenas digiting up a missionary,
tho bulldozed champion stepped out. "to
seo what had become of the blacksmith.
As he entered one door of the saloon he
saw bis opponent walking out of the
other In his stocking feet. In the mid
dlo of the room stood a huge pair of
They were screwed lo tho floor.
Tho boys over the way were just sam
pling their ninth bottle when Muldoon
pranced in with a Kehoe club iu each
hand. Eye-witnesses say that there
never was such ;i getting out of doors
and windows soon since the explosion
As wo go to press Muldoon is still
sitting at tho foot of a big gum tree in
tho grounds waiting fur Cnarlio Duaue
to come down.
i Danoing at W--st Point.
Tho cadet halls wh'ch occur at West
1'oiut three times a week during the
summer encampment have n delicious
Ihvor of old-fashii)ini children's par
tics about them. Thcv begin at eight
and end at ten o'clock sharp. Uncle
Sam provides a good ball-room and ten
musicians, and the cadets provide llm
guests. Tho officers magnanimously
stav away, except the superintendent
and bis wife, who punctiliously accept
the invitations tendered theiii. The
only preparation the cadets can make
Is lo put on their freshest laundried
white-duck trousers and scrub their al
ready shining faces. Their trousers are
objects of much solicitude with them.
They rigidly avoid Mttiug down at the
balls for fear that their knees should
acquire a baggy and civilian look, aud
it may be said that the military tailor
who makes their trousers is "perfect
master of the mystery of titling.
About eight o'clock in (he evening
iiitiutncrablo white-legged and bobtail
coated young men assemble in front of
(he academic building conlainini tho
hrtll-room, where the omnibuses deposit
the blooming youuir ladies, who tnttkn
tho cadets' hearts lieat benealh their
nicely padded jackets. Having only
two hours of reveling to count on, they
have jrot tho question of time down line.
Kvery dance is engaged for, and the in
tervals between the dances aro inlini
teslmal. Theso boys show In their fresh
faces and litlio forms the benefit of regu
lar hours, wlmlusomo hire, and healthy
discipline. Tho continual attention of
th riding master, the fencing master,
and the dancing master Is shown In their
deportment. 'I ho bad manners of ninnv
oclety men would need no better foil
than tho polite attention to their guu.-u
of these cadets. ,
l'unctually at eight the band strikes
up, u nd tho whirling begins. Every
thing dances; tho bohtallud coals sein
lillale.tho whilo-trousored legs twiekle,
CAIRO BULLKTIN: THURSDAV MOItNlffl), OCTOBER 2a, 1883.
and the ecstatic young ladles aro in tho
l-Ilyslan Fields. Chaporones at theso
wliho balis aro of small account. There
Is no danger of couples straying off;
tho cadet is ongagod for every dance,
and thero is little time for sentiment.
Tho band plays a kind of hoppity-skip-pity-jump
music that is highly appro
priate to tho occasion, Tho fact that tho
assemblage Is rather youthful must,
however, be studiously avoided In con
versation. Tho cadets spoak of each
other -always as men. Tho cadet olll
ccrs, with sashes tiod around their slim
waists, are considered terrible fellows
among the girls by tho rest of the
corps. At the balls, tho girl who irets
an adolescent olliccr with ti sash is
looked upon as a mortal blessed by the
Tho two hours slip by like lightning.
At a quarter to ten a cadet with a drum
appears at tho door of tho ball-room.
Tho band twisls "llomu, Sweet Homo"
into a queer sort of waltz, tho cadets
meanwhile dancing for all they aro
worth now in theso Inst few precious
minutes, Then tho band slides into
"Take Back tho Heart," done as an
other waltz, a highly appropriate and
suggestive air, selected on purpose as a
final warning to tho young ladies, and
suddenly tho drummer, who has been
eyeing tho clock, seizes his drumsticks,
and a loud rattle, rattle, bang, whir-r-r
resounds. It is liko tho crack of doom.
Every blessed little cadet takes his part
ner under his arm and makes a dash for
the doorway. Tho young ladies, who
want to bo escorted to their omnibuses,
are quick in getting on their wraps, and
iu half an hour from the rolling of the
drum the girls are trundled off and tho
cadets are snug in bod. AYm For Sun.
Another Rib Brok3,
A queer case has ju.st come lo light in
Chicago. A yotiu man spent an even
ing with his girl, and during (he evening
w bile the family was present in the par
lor, he was as demure, and bland, and
childlike as could be wished. The
mother came into the room, after tho
family had retired, to get a handker
chief "she had left, and 'the young man
was seated in a chair in the middlo of
tho room, while the girl was seated on
a sofa, and nothing that the mother
could see, in tho actions of either, led
her to think they were more than pass
in? acquaintances. It seemed to her as
though tho young people had met bo
fore, but thero was no evidenco that
thcv were very well acquainted. All
night, nfier he had gone, the girl com
plained of a pain iu her side, and in tho
morning a doctor was called, and he
found that two of tho girl's ribs were
broken. How it was done, nobody
knew. The girl could not tell for the
life of her, though she blushed when
asked about it, and tho mother looked
very wise as she looked at the doctor.
Tho doctor made inquiries, set the ribs
and went away, ami tho girl proceeded
to recover. That evening tho young
man called, ami was astonished when
informed of the extent of the girl's in
juries, anil wondered how it could havo
happened, though tho mother watched
his face closely as he spoke, and de
tected not only a blush, but a profuso
perspiration on his face. She had been
a girl once herself, and though she had
never had any ribs broken, she had been
hugged some. It was a trying position
for all of them. The father was away
on a trip to Wisconsin, and when he
camo home tho matter had to bo ex
plained to him. Ho was told that the
ribs just simply broke themselves, and
that neither tho mother, nor the girl,
nor the young man could account for it,
and yet all threo of them blushed terri
bly. " Tho father patted his girl on the
head.told her sho would bo better when
she got over it, and then called the
young man into tho library. Tho young
man was so weak bo could hardly walk,
and when ho sat down ho took out a !
handkerchief and mopped his brow, and
wished he was dead. Tho father looked
the youn'r man over.and was sorry. He
"Noting man, I guess I can give you
some points on hugging. You must
first learn that a girl is not constructed
on the same principle of an iron fence
or a truss bridge. A girl is a delicate
piece of mechanism, liko a lino watch,
full of little springs, whools, jewels, etc.
Tho breaking of any ono of these would
cause her to cease keeping time, and
necessitate her being taken to a jeweler
for repairs. Iu hugging a girl you
don't want to go ut it as if you were
rakiug aud binding, or catching stur
geon. I know that where tho family
sits up late, with a young couple, and
spoils several precious hours of hug
ging, that unless tho young man has a
good head, wln-n left alone with the ob
ject of his affection, that ho is liable to
overdo tho matter, and try to mako up
for lost time. Ho seems to want to hug
up a- lot ahead, and grabs tho girl as
though ho wanted to break her in two.
This is wrong. You should go at it
calmly and deliberately, even prayer
fully, aud bo as gentle as though" sho
was au ivory fan. Tho gentlo pressure
of the hand that a girl loves, ovch tho
touch, is as dear to her as though you
run her through a stoue-crushcr. Vou
should not grab her m yoil would a bag
of oats, and lenvo marks on her that
will last a lifetime. A loving woman
should not bo niado to feel that her
life is In danger unless sho wears a cor
set made of boiler iron. 1 hone this will
bo a lesson to you, and hereafter, If you
cannot control your foldings, 1 will pro
vide a wooden Indian for vou to prac
tice on at first. until yon have developed
your muscle, and got tired, and then wo
can turn our daughter loose in a room
wit h you and not feel Unit it i necessary
to keep a surgeon handy. Jn allowing
you lo keep company with my daugh
ter, 1 ilt) not agree i provide you with
a human gymnasium, dressed in a
mother Hubbard wrapper, and wearing
bancs. You can readily see that a girl
would not last a season ihrough if sho
had to have ribs set onee "t week.
Flcaso think this thing over, ami if
tho girl Is well enough m-xt Sunday you
can drop iu and try mme more ribs.
Now you go home and hug a hat tack
for an hour or two.and havo it repaired
in the morning."
Tho young man went out into tho
night air, took his hat off to cool his
head, and hired a man to kick him.
1 here aro three sardine factories, and
a fourth nearly completed in Lubeo, on
the Mninn coasl, Between two hun
dred and throo hundred men nro employed.
Tlio Earn nice of a liiillionturo,
There were three roumnixs in tho life
of iho late ,Iilnu Sears, the millionaire
grocer of Bnsion, Tne lirst was when
lis was a poor young man. Ho started
a Hi rial ion with a wealilwv beauty on a
railroad train, called on iter afterward,
aud finally found that his suit was in
vain, because ho was poor and sho was
rich. Ho became engaged to a dashing
young widow. One of her frieruls
asked her: -'What aro you going to ho
married to that old fellow for?" "For
his money, of course," said she. Sears
heard f this. "For my money, eh?"
ho cried; "not by a -blessed ight,"
Ho went to his lawyer, and was told
she would havo a ootid ease in a breach-of-promi-o
suit. He didn't want a law
suit, so he handed a coulidcntinl friend
. lO.UiiO aud told him lo go and see the
willow and "hx things up;" which was
done, she accepting t tin bribe and giv
ing him his freedom, Tho third was
when he was au old man. Ho found
himself enormously rich, but thought:
When I am gone, as I soon shall be,
who will enj y it ail? ' So ho went to
his friend, A.phcin Hardy, and said:
"Hardy, I'm thinking of gutting mar
ried. What do you think about it?"
Hardy thought he knew a ladv who
uoiiid just .iiit. "Wed, then, Hardy,
you go and arrange it." So Hardy con
duced the tieootiuUons and Sears was
iiccepK.-d. On his wedding morn tho
bashful bridegroom called ) lardy aside
and said: "Hardy. 1 don't know any
thing about this ceremony and you do.
So 1 wntit ou to click close to my side
and coach me, so that 1 won't mako
any ibuuib-riiig mi-' a'.e." Hardy did
M, and a, I vt -nt a 'eh.
Pr-it'.y Thiu Skinned.
Tho Uev. Dr. S , who happens to
possess a rather tlorid complexion, re
cently went into the shop of a barber,
one of his parishioners, to be shaved.
Tho barber was addicted to nn occa
sional spree, after which his hand was
apt to be somewhat unsteady. In shav
ing the minister on tho occasion refer
red to, he made a slit and brought tho
blood to the surface in a considerable
quantity. The minister turned to tho
man and brother and said, in a tono of
"You see, .Jackson, what comes from
taking too much drink."
"Yes, sah," replied Jackson, "it
makes do skin very tendah, sah. It do
for a fack, sah." .IW.-rrt Aryo.
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MBTI!ollST-Cor. F.ltfhtr and Walnut streets,
Preaching hubbath 11:00 a. in. aud7:S0 p, m.
unday Scboi.l at 3:uo p. m. Itev. J. A. Scarrutt,
I )KESBTTEHIAN Eighth street; preacning nn
I Sabbath at 11:00 a. a. and 7:30 p. m.; praver
neettng Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday schwol
it 3 p.m. Rev B. Y. Oeorge, pa.tor.
ST.. JOSEPH S -(Roman Catholic) Corner Cro.i
and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:30a.
n.; Sunday School at 2 p. m.; Vesperi Sp. m.; aer
'ices every day at 8 a ra. Hov. O'llara, Priest.
CT. l-ATIilCK'S-motnan Catholic) Corner Ninth
0 ureet and Washington avenne; anrvlce. Sab
ovh Sand 10 a. ra. ; Vesper. S p. m.j Hnnday School
1 p. m. aervlcij. overy day at h a.m. Ilev. Mastoners
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