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FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1887.
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CHINESE PERJURY REDUCED TO A
Tho customs ofllciiila Imvo iccuntly
seized nt this port, on uliipboard, in
llio i)o?scssion of Chineso applicants
for admission to llio United States,
two letters containing explicit in
structions, intended to assist tho pos
sessors to evndo tho Restriction Acts
of tho United Stntcs and to fraudu
lently enter this country. Such let
ters have been seized, from time to
time, during n term of ycais, since
tho Act of 1882 went into ullefit. Not
only is this tho fact but it is nlno
known that tho wnlls of Chiiialown,
in this city, lmvo been placaidod with
iiiHtiuctloiiri of llio panic soil. A copy
of (iiic set of much iustitti'tioiis was
printed in this paper, as translated,
about tin oo years ago. That tho
Chinese do not bcruplo to employ
fraudulent means to ovmlo our laws
has long been evident. The passago
of two Restriction Acts has served to
stimulate their ingenuity in tho di
lcction of evasion. A brokerago
business in fraud has been ono of the
natural lesults, and the sale of testi
mony has been succeeded, but not
supplanted, by tho sale of syste
matically prepared information, cal
culated to moot all probable emer
gencies. PJiineso evasion or pcrjuiy,
appeals to have ienc)cd first this
stage, that u fraud is picpatcd to de
ceive the diatoms olleers; (hen, if
this fail, tho jenily wiit of habeas
corpus releases the fiaudulcnt appli
cant for lauding, and a bond is fur
nished by Chinese, lcgularly in that
business, for his appearance, at some
future day, in ono of tho Federal
Com Is. Tho next step is tho pre
paiation of tho testimony needed,
but tjio witnesses to substantiate it
can be obtained. Failure is tjien al
most impossible, but should tho fiaud
bo too glaring and a remand bo on
teied, the substitution of some person
desiious of going to China in tho
place of tho poison lemanded is not
very diilicult. Fortunes have been
accumulated, and others arc in pro
cess of accumulation in this city, as
tho fruits of tlieso frauds. S. F.
ATTACKED BY A SHARK.
An adventure with a shark oc
cuncd at Black point recently. Ono
evening .Justice Boucaut was llshing
in Ms (ljngoy, but without much
sport save in shaiks and dog sharks.
Toward evening Mr. Bouciuit started
for his yacht, sitting in tho stern
sheets of his dingey, with his yacht
master (II. Harris) rowing. One of
thos)iaiks which they had hooked,
nbout four or five- feet long, having
got away by brealdug tho hook, tho
Judge was relating to his man that
he ought to have followed tho advice
given him by Justico Bundoy several
years ago, never to fish in u dingey
at Black point without n rifle or a
bayonet, and was lelating or had
just related what led to that advice,
namely, that he had seen Justice
Burnley's dingey towed about by a
shall: m that particular spot, when
Mr. Boucaut received u very severe
blow in tho hollow of his back, which
knocked him oil' his scat over the
after thwart of tho dingey on to the
man who was rowing. Tho paddles
woio unshipped from tho rowlocks
and tho boat sent foiward with a
sharp spin. Seizing a paddlo and
turniug .round, Mr. Boucaut just saw
a largo shark disappear with a heavy
flap of his tail on tho suifaco of tho
water, which is thereabout only bix
or seven feet deep. Mr. Harris says
tho cieatuio was as long as tho
dingey, which is tint teen feet in
length. Whether tho blow which
the Judge received ciimo directly
f lorn tho shark or indirectly through
the Htorn of the dingey io cannot
say. Mi. JBoucaut's dingey is ono of
the veiy host of its fci.o over built,
and the Judge and Mr. Harris mo
both confidont that if they had been
in'a small eight-foot six-inch dingey
which thoy somotimes uso sho must
either have been capsized or stovo in,
in which case the shark would havo
had a fine picnic. fBoulh Australian
THE JUBILEE STAKES.
Tho "Homo Nows" of May 13 says,
"A greater handicap triumph has
rarely been nehioved by any horso,
than tjnit by Bcndigo in tho Jubilco
Stakes last Saturday, and tho way in
which ho toro up tho straight at
Kemploii Park and sotlled his light
weight opponents ono by one, will
not ho forgotten for nia'uy a day.
Bcndigo's victory has jc-opencd tho
question often debated by racing ox
poits, as to tho oxact effect produced
by additional weight when imposed
upon tho back of n tlioiouglibicd
horse, Some authorities have held
that every pound added to a hoiso's
weight was accompanied by n dimi
nution in tho length of his stride. It
has been tho theory of otheis that n
homo handicapped nt eight stone
strided as far as when ho carried six
stone, but that tho additional weight
would mako him strike tho giound
slower and at longer intervals. What
ever may bo the solution of tho
enigma, thoio havo always been race
horses upon whom weight seemed to
havo had little or no ofleot. Our
friends in Now South Wales could
instance that wondeiful little horse,
"Tho Baib," who could carry any
weight, und who in his timo was tho
most perfect rncciorto in tho Colo
nies, if not in tho woild. Bcndigo,
tho grandest horso now in training,
belongs to this category of weight
ignorers, and seems built to carry a
ilfteen-stono man ovor any flight of
huulles. To him it is little mutter
whether ho is nuked to couccdo two
stono or threo to any fair tlueo-year
old in England.
Late Foreign lews.
Prince Bismarck h determined lo
conciliate the Czar, as ho considers
that by so doing he would to a con
siderable extent soothe liritation and
scttlo differences that now exist.
The llrst instance of this conciliatory
policy is his acceptance of a ukaso
restricting foreigners' rights in Rus
sia. Tho Austrian Cabinet had
asked Germany to join in a protest
against the ukase, and in an inter
view on Monday with Count Szc
chenyi, tho Austrian Ambassador,
Prince Bismarck assented to common
action against the ukase. Count
Szcchenyi went next clay to Vienna,
supposing the affair to have been
arranged. Prince Bismarck's change
of front was communicated to tho
Austrian Government on Wednes
day, and to-day Count Szcchcnyi's
recall from Berlin is announced.
'L'lto ngont says that a proposition
is now before tho local Parliament
to givo A'1,000 for the landing in San
Francisco of all of the worst of
these men, as tliey will not be re
ceived in Tahiti or elsewhere.
Tho French Government, lie also
says, is offering a subsidy of 120
per month for a steamer to run be
tween Ncoulo and Tahiti am tjicuco
to San Francisco fo.i tho purpose of
assisting immigrants to America.
No. 15. Ju.ni: 7.
40 Columns of Original Matlcr.
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SmUllo Horses, Buggies, Wiigoiicttos and
Villngo Cuts witli stylish and uvutlo
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Sho Is a Inily who, by tho merest heel
dent, has made a most vnhmblo discov
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body is talking nbout her and asking
what is Mother beiqeis repu
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of loiters, something lk0 ihc followlnc
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a wuNimitrur. thstimoniai,.
"drove Plinrinaey, Kallug, W,
.inn. a, tea,-).
"our incdlehie must bo the mest
wonilerful, Tor during my experience of
inoie tliau twenty years, 1 never knew
any pioprletnty or paton nudulno In
such unlvcrsiil favor and dcniaml. Ii Is
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soi.d you an nccotml of every ilnloiucnt
Hindu to mo In Its favor, you would have
to publish a separate book to contain
my Iciliinonhils nlono.
(SiyneilJ "Thomas .1. Pkukinb"
And llieii p(orlu a-k
What does Mother seigel do?
ivi:s i!i:t.u:r a oncu.
"it), BicoinlleldMon-l, I'hiinsio.ul,
"Jan. 7, ISiu
"I (1ml the t-alo or your nioillohio In.
crcns(8 eery yei.aml cveiiono fpcaKs
well of them thai Irks them. I kii(jv u
lady that atknded the Female Hospital
hi fcolio-sminro for tome months, with
pubis in hack nml, side and blllou-i, and
could take no food, hut got no benullt
from any of the medicines they gave
hi!'. Before she hnd taken all the con
tents of one bottle of your Syiup sho
felt lellef and is now quite well.
Till'. IIITIXT WASMAlli:LI.0ltS.
"Medical Hall, Bangor, Jan. ii, ISSo.
"1 hour 1'iopio constantly speaking
voiy highly of Sclgcl's Syrup. There is
a case of a y. ung married lady In An
glesey who had been sullering from
stomach nsthiuu for a long period, who
had consulted fomp'of the best phjsl.
clans of the dny, lmt without derivlug
any bcnellt. blio was dully gating
wiliso, hut nt lust a friend pirsunded
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a bottle, and ihe edict was nmnolloiisj
she ra, idly improved, and now sho h
iHstiongmid iaahhy as ever tho has
(Signed) "II. Li,op-Joxi:s."
What la Mother seigel good
nors not nrSTonit Tin: di:ad, hut savks
Mr. J. W. Savim.. of Dunmow, Essex,
writes September 1831;"! introduced
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soon as they were brought out lu Lou
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pounds' w oi Hi, I have known many
grand cases of pciuiniicnt cutoi; nnd, as
yet, no cage af lalluro. Nolhwithitaud.
lug maiy competitors, Afother Selgel's
Syrup holds its own (ground. 1 believe
It a good medicine it will not restore
the dead to life, b t appears to save
the living from dying."
A CASE Of OllAVKL COKED.
"Fcltliam, Jan. 0, 1885.
"It has always given me pleasure- to
recommend your medicines to my custo
mers, and the results of their uso have
invariably been most satisfactory. 1
could furnish you many testimonials.
One esse just now occurs to my mind.
A constable of the police foico of Toot,
ing, S. V., where I for many years had
a shop, was a patient of mine, still'cring
fnun a bad attack of gravel. He was
persiinded to try 'Mother Slegel'sSyi up.'
Ho purchased a bottle at mv shop, and
by thu timo lio had taken half ot it lie
leportcd tlmself tome as quite cuied.
Tho ell'ect ias simply miraculous.
(Signed) "J. D. Floiiance."
ib Mother Seigel Reliable?
AVo'ild rescectablo chemists write like
tho following if not?
A SUIIOICAI, OPiniATION AVKItTKll.
"Ticehurst, Dec., ISSt.
Mr. FmvAiw Coiikk, Chemist, writes:
"Your medicine maintains a steady sale
in this district, und Is well established
in general favor. 1 know mi old man,
over seventy, who some threo cr four
your agp was ud vised to submit to the
operation for stone. Ho oortidnly was
sullo ing fioni omo distressing symp.
tonis, and could tcaiccly walk. Instead
of taking that advice he tried Slogol's
Syrup, with the result that after ono
bottle, ho could walk about fairly woll,
nml, having taken threo oi four 2s. 0,1.
bottles, ho was completely cured. He
is fatill about, halo nnd Ii early for his
years. If any f the symptoms of the
old tiouble come on, ho tnkys a few
doses of the Syrup, nnd all Is well
What people bay about
an r..i'i:uir.Ncn of ioiitv yi:ak..
"Cosham, Hants, Jail. 3, 1835.
"My customers, over n wido country
district, are not voiy demonstrative, nnd
1 have uo u i iiten testimonials to send ;
luitveibal admiration of your medicine
is in tho ascendant, and my e.perlcnco
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paration basso lapldly acquired n pop
ularity, nnd so firmly maintaint Itsiepu.
tiilion as Mother Sclgcl's Syrup,
a (Signed) "Thomas II. Bakijii."
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0 FOURTH OF JULY 0
Tho following lino nssoilinenl of
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Just received In lino condition at
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C doz. 21b Colored Exhibition
S. S. (t?
5 do. Sib I'nrachtillo S. 8. do
2 do. 'Jib Fold'g Hockits (new)
r, doz. 21b Hockcts S. S. do
12 doz. IlbltockotsS. S. do
20 doz. Jlb Hockcts S.S. do
0 doz. (J oz. Hockcts S. S. do
4 drz. Oball Steel Spangled
colored and (new)
4 doz. Golden Showers (now)
4 do. 0-lmll Trl-colored Uniou
15 doz. 12.ball lirga size
C doz. 8.1ml 1 Candles
(1!) doz. 0-ball Candles
11 doz. -Lboll Candles
1 doz.H.ball Vertical Wheels,
5 doz. f lb Triangle Wheels
XK XV KttA ItENSAMiIGIIT.S
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3 doz. No. 1 Sholli
2 doz. No. 2 Shells
4 doz. No. 0 large (extra)
1 doz. colored (new)
Bogardus Cart Shells.
rOU colored (now) 10.bore,
Japanese day fireworks
1 Ujz. assorted (now and amusing)
1 doz. 15 feet
1 doz. 0 feet
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t doz. 15 feet
2 only 30 fcot
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