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..aNEOUS notes of "SiwHT EVENTS Ar.eUD. Oraaaaa Bark from Hrp ll,J liin llartoa Vulaarl far Whel""' I LEV OR ANN AN T la back from Ku- 'rope. He was a nas.senger on La Nornianute, wnica avi III"-1 ww. 4 r?'Jr rate-track plunger rather imea u abroad. It was quite fast enough for him as a flier. Tft ktvp him way from the United 5,ates permanently they vlll have to It a livelier pace, however. Grannan .bred hearts all the way across the Atlantic. He Is very fond of the game. 0be aure the stakes were never higher than a "quarter a heart." but. as .Col" Andy Sheehan says, "a fellow coulj lose the Hank of England at this jf bard luck sets against him. Grnn Bnn did not lose, which is singular, for it rarely wins at cards. The plunger left the ship as soon cs gne was docked and would not talk to tie reporters who were waiting to ak Him whether It was his intention to re ,unie operations on the American turf. Mien he reached his hotel, however, Grannan met a number of friends nnd became quite talkative. At the tttory (hat be had been asked to leave racing !one after bis big coup at the last Shoopshead Hay meeting the young tpmilator laughed outright. He told in acquaintamio that he had no knowl edge that the stewards of thst mooting preferred Ills room to his company. That he won $100,000 in a short time before his departure Grannan did not deny. He intimated that nw winnings might have reached a larger total. The trip was merely a vacation. I Ie needed i rest. So he thought. The layers .iki. tnn about that time. Grannan would tot say positively that he intended to abandon the turf. He admits the truth of the saying to the effect that it la a difficult undertaking to teach nn old canine new tricks. So he may be ex pected to make a bet "now and then." IUrt la KlSlit. Manager James A. Hart of the Chl igo Ball club is entitled to the esteem of every lady and gentleman iu the country. The following letter explains the reason: I have not Leen in the habit of 'ex plaining through tho newspapers any ids of mine in connection with base ball affairs, and I do not propose to begin at this late date, but I want to give a correct account of a circum stance which has been harped upon by several writers, principally those who at, or have been, pap suckers' at President RobiKon's bowl, and In each behave the facts been so twisted, or smitted, that it seems proper that the public should be given the truth. It with regard to orders which I issued h?n the Cleveland team made its first ippearance in Chicago this season. The rhicaso team played In Cleveland on June 18, at which time Tebeati, captain jf the Clevclando, used language which ould be plainly heard by ladies seated in the grandstand, which was not only improper but filthy in its vulgarity, and which compelled Umpire Lynch to ex- laim: i do not have to stand that style of language, and quit the game. A few days later the Cleveland team played in Louisville, and their conduct md language there was such that sev eral of the Cleveland players, Including Tebeau, were arrested and fined by a competent and honest Judge after a trial in open court. They came to Chi cago directly from Louisville, and as the facts concerning their Indulgence In vile language, without regard to the presence of ladies, had been widely published In the Chicago newspapers, many of our patrons were uncertain as to whether they should bring their lady relatives or friends to the games In hlch the Clevelands took part or not. We make It a point to so conduct our Founds that the most fastidious con ttend without fear of Insult or shame, ui no player or member of the Chi- to compel common decency. Mr. I! obi son. apparently, prefers that his tady patrons should be treated to the choicest billingsgate' that Tebeau and other of his players have at their command." Vtm an rntliuaiaetlc Yarhtioian. Col. Archibald Hogeia, who was among the alt water yachtsmen at tending tho International yacht race at Toledo Aug. 24, 2U and 27. is an en thusiastic yachtsman and a member of the New York Yacht club. He Is a native of Jersey City, but now lives at Hyde Park, N. Y. Tor the last fif teen yearB he has taken an active In terest In yachlng and has owned srV eral well-known yachts, among them being Lledouln, Wasp, Tom Hoy, Han tam and tho steamers Ossabow, Idle Hour, Speedwell nnd Juliet. He Id a member of several salt water yacht clubs and has held the offices of vice commodore and commodore of the Sea wanhaka Corinthian, rear commodore of the New York, and treasurer of the Hudson River Ice Yacht clubs. He is also prominent In state military af fairs and is an aid-de-camp on the staff of the governor of New York state. Col. Rogers' yachts Dedouln nnd Wasp each earned several trophies under his management, the latter espe- .1 AM CO! 4 TT rn tram fver is 'permitted to repeat et that reflects upon tho game cf --u.il, or the Chicago League Dall uu; hence I vrin .,iioi v, "V. gave orders to Mr. Ilrown, who - u marge m my absence, to Bay to 'io Immediately upon his arrival at ground, thot under no clrcum ton m my p,aycr Permitted roiiiii C or ot,w language that (ran i Brd by IH'P' ted In tho hi. ' an" lo hilv him notify llayerg that if any of them did use !., , of that tharncter they would officer vfrm the Pla ,nK flp,d b an -ndthari 1,rown did aa 1 requested, that th 7'lanJ leopc seemed to feel riai tir! n 3,1 lecn cut oft from a PDC for.'. gP whlch they had hereto- "rht. v ' aml h,ch Wft8 tMr h gaged l a omct'r Vl'n cn" nd I mn hnnnv n &lnA that. his hll !9 BwdJ. Mr. Robison and .n.chni?n have seen fit to abuse ' cans Cle for ,ni' netlon. but that m pn'rn me ,1M of f'en, for I of CS''""- " lt pn'.'on Invito a l un!ver- ao vrr C , , ' wnthrr I ; . right or 10 Blicrt, tij fcu'ca v. as simply 'WW WW COL. ROflEUS. dally, winning first place in the re gattas of the New York. Atlantic, East ern. Seawanhaka Corinthian, Larch mont, Marine and Field, and Corin thian (N. Y.) Yacht clubs in 1S92. The colonel was one of the first New York yachtsmen to favor the fin-keel idea, and for this reason it was hoped he would consent to serve as the chair man of the racing committee, in the Vencedor-Canuda match, but his other engagements prevented h'.a undcrtnk ing the duties of tho office. C'olrm:n'4 Minlon Aliroitil. The departure for Kuiope of R. L. Coleman, president of the National Cycle Hoard of Trade, means a great deal to one of the leading industrial interests of the United States, the man ufacture of bicycles. President Cole man tried to get a stateroom on the St. Paul, but was unsuccessful, so he sailed on the staunch, easy-going old White Star boat Uritannie. It is his purpo.se to study carefully the trade in Kngland and France, so that he may be able to give American makers of cycles a clear Idea of what Is most de sirable In the way of wheels for ex port. It Is no secret that American wheels will compete against foreign makes in the markets of Kngland, France and Germany next year. All that American ingenuity can do to prove to Englishmen the superiority of the machines made hero will bo done. This task, as the prospective exporters fully realize, is not an easy one, but they see a good chance of getting a slice of an enormous trade and they mean to go after this slice. President Coleman's trip was originally planned for pleasure, but a talk he had with Frank T. Fowler of Chicago, a leading member of the Cycle Hoard of Trade, who has Just returned from Europe, suggested the importance of a business end. Mr. Fowler was astonished nt the backwardness of English manufac turers and saw at once magnificent op portunities for introducing wheels of American make In London. Brooklyn Malta. Entries for the Brooklyn Jockey club's stakes for the fall meeting of 1896, spring meeting of 1897 and spring meeting of 1893 closed Aug. 11. Among the principal stakes for the fall meeting, 1896, are the following: The Oriental Handicap of 3.000, the First Special of $2,500, the Woodlawn Handicap of $2,000, the Drookwood Stakes of $3,000, the Fulton Stakes of $2,000, the Ocean View Handicap of $2,000, the Parkville Stakes of $2,000, tho Project Stakes of $3,000, the Seashore Stakes of $2,000, the Wil low Stakes of $2,000, the Algeria Stakes of $2,000, the Holly Handicap of $2,000, the Rillow Stakes of $2,000. the Culver Handicap of $2,000, and the Atlantic Stakes of $2,000. The guaranteed stakes for the spring meeting, 1897, are the Great American Stakes of $12,500, the Tremont Stakes of $10,000, the Ex pectation Stakes of $5,000 and the Hud son Stakes of $3,500. The guaranteed stakes for the spring meeting of 1808 are c follows: The Brooklyn Derby of $10,000, the Carlton Stakes of $5,000, and the Gazelle Stakes of $3,000. THEATRICAL GOSSIP. NOTES AND COMMENT ABOUT PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Spnrtmg: Not. McAleer of the Clevelands has made but two error at center field this sea Bon. Catcher Warner, recently released by Louisville, has been signed by New York. Bill Hassamaer, late of Louisville, is doing the bulk of tho catching for Co lumbus. Omj Haw York" to Maka Taor of tho I'rlnrlpal fill otla Hklnoer'a Nw Play Kffart of Campaign lra matla Drift. N GAY New York" attained thedistlnc tlon of a seventy fifth performance at the Casino In New- York the other night, nnd theevent r. 6 , - ft was given appro imJi JLLS prlato recognition. 1 l I I t 11 tables lent assist ance by appearing In the Coney Island bcene. Mesnrs. Klaw and Erlanger feud "In Gay New York" on a tour of tho principal cities, opening in Pittsburg. September 7; Cleveland, Chicago, Cincinnati, Colum bus. Toledo, St. Louis, Kansas City, Omaha nnd other cities are Included in the route. Walter Jones, David War Meld, Lee Harrison and the other prin cipals of the Casino production are en gaged for the tour. The business di rection will be furnished by Fred Price nd Will O. Wheeler. Tbo I .a I'orto Klitora. The La Porto Sisters were born in New York, and from the time of their first professional appearance, at Bun nell's Museum, in 1883, have appeared together with marked success in near ly every city of prominence in this country, their engagements having tak en them Into both the legitimate and vaudeville realms. Ab young girls they sang in churches and at private enter tainments, the quality of their voices, perfected by nn excellent musical edu- thortfrom. And vtn If th contrary shall happen, the stage will suffer less than other fields In which greater num. ber will be affected. Typo of Franoh Comaitlana. A comedian In a Paris theatre recent ly made a great hit out of a painful incident. While Indulging in a bit of horseplay on the stage he struck bis head violently, entirely by accident, against one of the pillars of the scene upon the stage. On hearing the thud everybody uttered a cry. "No great harm done," said the comedian. "Just hand me a napkin, a glass of water and a salt-cellar." These wero brought, and he sat down, folded the napkin In the form of a bandage, dipped It in the glass and emptied the salt-cellar on the wet part. Having thus prepared a compress according to prescription, and when everyone expected he would apply it to his forehead, be gravely roso and tied It round the pillar. Otla Kklonar'a New Hay. Otis Skinner will produce early In the season nt Chicago a new romantic drama of the fifteenth century Floren tine period, called "A Soldier of For tune." The play is from ?.Ir. Skinner's own pen, and it is known that this Is not his first experience in playwrltlng, he having produced a drama in the summer of 1889 called "The Red Sig nal." which he wrote in collaboration with his brother. This latter play dealt with the troubles of labor at Pittsburg. New I'Uy for Sotliarn. j E. II. Sothern has closed a contract i with Langdon Elwyn Mitchell for a new play to be especially written for him. Mr. Mitchell, who is a well known literateur, has written several plays, two of which were produced with succecss in London. Mr. Mitchell sub mitted a scenario of his play to Mr. A riacatorlol Yarn. They were telling fish stories. The usual yarn were spun and every one tried to outdo the others, except one old man. who took no part. "Didn't you ever fish?" asked one. "Was raised on the Kennebec river, up in Maine, nnd never did much but fish." was the quiet reply. "What was the most fish you ever caught In n day?" "Three." "Three? Oh, you are Joking." "No, I ain't. It was near the mouth of the' Kennebec river. Thero was a storm at sen, and tho fish were driven Into tho river. Then the water went down and they couldn't got back, nnd I got some log chains, bitched the mult to them and dragged them out." "What kind of fish were they?" "Whales." And tho old man shifted his tobacco to the other chock and looked truthful. Washington Star. o ml flood Ntwi from fcoutb Dakota, ' The glorious results of this season's harvest of golden grain will pour a stream of sound money Into the pock ets of every Dakota farmer. South Dakota has thousands of acres of choice farming and ranch land lying east of the MlsHouri river, and wlthlu one day's ride from Chicago or Milwau kee which can now be bought reason ably cheap, but which before the end of another year may be advanced in price. The stock raising industry in South Dakota is profitable, and eastern capi tal is now being invented in cattle and sheep growing in that state. Diversified farming, the growing of live stock, and the products of the dairy, are placing South Dakota fore most in the ranks of the successful western states. Those desiring full Information on the subject, und particularly those who wish to ceek a new home or purchase land, are requested to correspond with W. E. Powell. General Immigration Agent, 410 Old Colony BulUIing. Chica go, Hi., or 11. F. Hunter, Immigration Agent for South Dakota, 295 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. Scualtlva to Color. A correspondent calls attention to a blunder attributed to the British government in its endeavor to do honor to Li Hung Chang, which may cost the envoy hi head on his return to China. They are said to be hanging his house in yellow. Now, yellow Is the imperial color, and no Chinese subject may assume It with out special permission. Li's yellow Jacket was a special mark of imperial favor, given or withdrawn as his for tunes rose or fell at court. To put him In a yellow bedroom, for instance, Is mistaken kindness, or rather positive cruelty, for he would not be able to sleep a wink In it for fear of tho con sequences. If the unfortunate order has really been given to the upholsterers there Is still time to countermand it, and to fit him up in red, which, our correspondent assures us, is the proper thing. It will swell the bill for his en tertainment, but we have a surplus, or we had one, and we can borrow, at the worst. London News. Too Mlry.U oo tka Faraa. Here's an up-to-date incident for you. In a certain sequestered rural neighborhood a Bmall urchin drive the cows to and from the pasture every morning and evening, Just as has been the habit of such urchins in such nelghborhottds tdnce time immemorial. But unlike the urchins of time imme morial, and contrary to all precedent and established convention regarding the matter. thl youth does no upon a bicycle, lie is dirty nd tousled, is this j oungiter, not to speak of beins bare footed and out-at-knees, yet he skims along the country lanes upon an 1SJG high grade $100 wheel. This is what might be termed calling the cows home with all the modern Improvements. Who ays that there is anything left for the bicycle to revolutionize? New York Evening Sun. Sotaral Grand tsroralona. On September 15th and 29, October Cth and 20th there will be homeseekers' excursions via the Missouri Pacific railway and Iron Mountain route to the west and southwest, at one fare, plua $2. for the round trip, tickets good to return 21 days from date of sale, with .topover privileges on going trip. Write for par ticulars and land books. BISSELL WILSON, D. P. A. Ill Adams St.. Chicago. .-, Tho I.artlea. Th pleasant effect and perfect nfcty with which ladks may uso Syrup of Figs, under all condul ms. makes It their favorite rtmdy. To get the true and genuine article look for the name of the California Kig Syrup Company, printed near the bottom cf the pack age. For sale by all responsible drug (Ufa. An Object of S.yiiip! hy. "What do you think of Senator Sor ghum's standing in his state?" "Well," replied the rural constituent, "he's what you might call a political orphan." "I don't quite understand you." "A political orphan is one of these fellers who start out as favorite, sons aa then get abandoned by their par ents." Washington Star. Thought Sha Waa Witch. In a French village near Clermont an old woman has been nearly stoned to death by peasants, who declared tl at she wat a witch with an evil eye and had caused the death of several cows. Tho roraata of tho World. Russia has 503,000.000 acres of for ests; in Sweden and Norway thn-forwl area covers 62,000,000 arrea; in Austria, 45,000,000 acres; in Germany, 34,000,000 acres; in Turkey, 2".0iK).00() acres; in Italy, 14,000,000 acrm; in Switzerland, 1,700,000 acres; in Frrwe, 22,000,000 acres; in Spain, ,oo.o;0 acres, and In Great Britain, 3,000,000 acres. New York Sun. Blood Pure? Is it? Then take Ayer's Sar saparilla aud keep it so. Isn't it? Then take Ayer's Sarsa parilla and make it so. One fact ! positively established aud lli.t is that Ayer's Sarsa parilU will purify the blood more perfectly, more economi cally and more speedily than any other reAcdy in the mar ket. There are fifty years of cures behind this statement; a record no other remedy can show. You waste time and money when you take anything to purify the blood except Ayer's Sarsaparilla. W. N.U. CHICACO.VOL.XI.NO. 36. WlienTAniwerin? Advertisements Kindly Mention This Paoer. THE LA TORTE SISTERS. ration, arousing much Interest until they concluded to make a substantial use of their talents, a decision which has served to place them in a promi nent station in their chosen calling. For the past two seasons they have ap peared exclusively In vaudeville houses, where their sweet singing has estab lished them in popularity. Their selec tions are always in good taste, the mu sic being transposed to 6Uit their voices, which are clear, strong and meledious. Rose sings a strong soprano, while Hilda is possessed of the rare faculty of being able to instantly change her voice from a high to a low key, impart ing to their songs a counter melody which at times 6eems to amount to a third voice; an effect which Is remark ably agreeable. Through a commend able enterprise In keeping pace with current songs, by being costumed in neat and becoming attire, and by mak ing the most of their talents, their act Is in continual favor with their audi ences, as well as in strong demand among managers. Lory Daly Will bo In It. Lucy Daly (Ward) will play the prin cipal soubrette part In the annual the atrical review called "In Gay New York." She succeeds Virginia Earle, who was Delia Fox's successor with De Wolf Hopper in "Wang." Miss Daly Is a member of the widely-known Daly family of performers, and the wife of LUCY DALY. "Happy" Ward, of Ward and Vokes. Her sister Maggie is Mrs. Harry Vokes, and another sister, Lizzie Derlous Daly, la a famous dancer. Campaign and ThaatrU-oU. The New York Dramatic Mirror no tices a great diversity of opinion as to the present and the Immediate future of the theatrical business, in view of the excitement that will prevail until election day and of tho result of the election. It seems to be an accepted fact that theatrical managers are mov ing more slowly this summer than is their wont, and that fewer companies than usual will take the road during August and September, although from all the signs It may be said that the theatrical enterprises of the season will hi as numerous as ever. Many com panies will go out late, nnd It Is quite probable that the end of the next sea son will phow better results than any recent season has brought forth. If the election bo decided on lines of general .nritv urelv the theater will be on of the first institutions to nmfli i Sothern, and It was on the strength of it that the contract was signed. The play is modern nd essentially and purely American. The theme Is strik ingly original. Itrady la liranrhlng- Out. W. A. Brady has secured in Europt options on a French melo-drama and two French comedies. He also has the refusal of the dramatic rights of An thony Hope's new novel, "Phrosha," and to Joseph Hatton's new book deal ing with Russian life. He has obtained "The Sledge Hammer," a new play on a Danish subject by Wilson Barrett, and will also probably produce in this coun try "Straight from tho Heart," a melo drama by Sutton Vane. Notes of tho Staga. J. C. Clarke has written a play for Mrs. Taber, founded on Francois Cop pee's "Les Jacobites." a o Mme. Sarah Bernhardt Is a total ab stainer. a a Lewis Morrison will produce a new play entitled "The Indian." He will also play In "Faust," "Yorlck's Love" end "Richelieu." "Little Trixie" has been re-wrltten by Fred Glbbs. a a John T. Kelly will return to the vau devilles next season. a a a Manager Fred C. Whitney has R. F. Carroll and Amelia Summerville under engagement for his new Irish opera, "Brian Boru." a a Bret Harte'a new play, "Sue." will have Its first production nt the Broad Street Theatre, Philadelphia. Beerbohm Tree will act twelve weeks iu the United States next season, and will limit his tour to New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Washington. a a a "Captain Kid, Coin Collector," i the name of tho Bostonians' newest opera. Walter Lewis composed the music and B. L. Taylor tho libretto. Very low rates will be made by the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Rail way for excursions of September 15th and 29th, to the south for Homeseekers and Harvesters. For particulars apply to the nearest local agent or address: The oldest national flag in the world Is that of Denmark, which ha3 been In use since the year 1219. Ilall'a Catarrh Car Is taken internally. Price, 75c. In what place did the cock crow when all the world heard him? In Noah's Ark. "ITS toppd fr and frmnnt!v rurd. : Iu after Oi-t. tiny'n u of Ir. 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If Columbia ara not properly represented in your vicinity, let u know. Look Out For Imitations of Walter Baker 5c Co.'s Premium No. i Chocolate. Always ask for, and sec that you get, the arti cle made by Walter Baker & Co., Ud., Dorchester, Mass. VERY FARMER IN THE NORTH CAN MAKE MORE MONEY IN THE MIDDLE SOUTH. Baeamk.ra.inarh. He.ntl hie whm Jmrm ami ri twte. a. anaae aerea fat hit B.""dn"a b. r. We eetl Impr..-! farm, for -era., rie.iy .r ,.1ri-t.ae 3 hem. H. droneat. Wrllher t hoi nr enifi-ei J' "" r.rm.n mrm re-aia r "T: If y'a a" tnter..el writ, f.r RKM paa-f-leU aaa a.a all Ike a.ue.11... y.a w.at a. II la i jleaanrat. a. aa.er them. ftOVTHlR IIOlLlItKlBI' E.A50 COMTAST. arall). Taaa.