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i CAIRO, ILL., TUKSDAY MOUNINU, JULY 21),
The Rev. J. E. Soarles, of New York, is
one of the most widely-known and highly
esteemed of Methodist ministers.
Mr. Roarlcs av : " I urn Imprwwerl that It In a duty
I owe to those afflicted witll Rlieuiiiatuun or Noiinil.
rrla, to nay Uiat a rvinody linn been uiecovf rod tluit In
wlenil a marvelous hiiuimns. My mm was irroully
iirllictedwltu ltliouniatiHiu, and suffered so severely
Unit, at time, ho vi nn olilltfed to liuvo morphine In.
Ji'cUul Into liia ami to gut relief. While In thin con.
dltiiiii he discovered a remedy which ellot'tiil Imme
diate relief, and a permanent cure. Ho hasaluculur
uixuad it to many other witll tlio name romilt. I hato
aim fiinithod it to a nunilier of pureou suflering
with Uheiiiuatimn, anil tliu remdt hue Imwu imnicdintn
relief, and a permanent euro. AmoiigothorH, 1 gave it
to Hov. Viu. P. Itorbtt potitor of tliuUoorgo Ht. M. K.
Clmrcli, New lliivon,(jnim.,wuowuHimtfcrtug greatly
with tills torrlhle ilinouwi. I will give you his own
words aa written to my son, winding him to pulilinli
tho fact for the buuulll of others Bufl'uriiig with the
What Mr. Corblt Kaysi
" New Haven, July M. W3.
"Mr. Bonrles: Pear Sir: I win)i to my for the bell,
eflt of sllwhoaro Buttering with Inflammatory Ithcii.
inatimn, Unit your medicine Ih infallible, I suffered
for two months the burnt excruiiiitiug torture ; lost
116 pounds of fliwli, and waa not out of my houso for
a month ; I heard of your remedy, and wait almost
Instantly relieved liy it. If there isasiiecitlefordis.
eaww of any kiuil, youramoHtoertiiinly ia for lufluui
lutttory ltheumutisiii In its sovurust form.
" fours most nwpectfully, W.w. I. ConniT,
"PaatorUoorKoHt. il.K. Church, MowIIttveu.Ooun."
Such ia ATULoriionos a thorough ami
efficient euro for the worst cases of Illicit
niatism anil Neuralgia.
If you cannot got ATULOpnonoB of your druggist,
wo will send It oipruM paid, on receipt of regular .
price one dollar per bottle. Wo prefer that you buy
it from your druggist, lint if bo hasn't it, do not hi)
persuaded to try something else, but order at ouua
from tin au directed.
ATHLOPH0R0S CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
iniiHimnifinn w, B,.nM;uimmun7
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. .191 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agrcnt foi tlio Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer la
Tin, Copper and Steel Iron hi
Builders' Hardware and Carpenters' Tools, Tab'e
and Pocket Cutlery, heat In the market. Itonerg
Itroa.' Plated Knives, Forks uuu Spoons, Granite
Irou Wuru, Berllu Earthenware, White Mountain
Freezer, Water Coolers, Kofrlgerator", Clothes
Wringers, Crown Pinters, Htp Ladder. Garden
Implements, (loldea Star Oil Stoves- best In the
world, Lamps of everv descrliition. lain Oil,
Carpet Sweepers, Feather Dusters, Urooms, W in
dow Screen W!ro Clotb, Full supply ol Fishing
The above at roc bottom prices.
Corner liith and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
Telephone No. U,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
81b. Street, between Com'l Ave. .ut Lovec.
CnOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNTTION.
Safes KeMieA. All Kinds ol Keys Made,
Goltlstine & Rosonwater
136 &138 Com'l Ave.
have a full and complete line of
Liut'i; Goods, Dusters, Notions, Ktc.
A heavy stock of Body Brussels, Taper- .
tries aud Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Clo'.hs, all sizes and prices.
Clothing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A full and complete stock is closing ont
at great bargains.
Goods nt Bottom Prices!
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largsst Variety Stock
IN TUB CITY.
v(iOOJ)S SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Mnetoenth street 1 Pair A Til
Commercial Avenna Villi 17, 111
The Eognlar Cairo ft Fadncah JJaily
' aBau'GUS FOWLER
nitNIlT E. TAYLOR, Master.
UKOUOE JOUEa, Clerk.
leaves Ptdacah for Cairo dally (Sundays except'
ed)atB a.m., and Mound City at lp.m. Uetvrn
Ing, leave Cairo at 4 p.m. Mound CltvatBp.m.
THE GOOD TIME COMING,
A Vory Favor ablo Outlook for tin
Country's Condition, Finan
cial and Material.
The Situation as Viewed From Wall
" Stroot, the Money Focus and Manipu
lating Center of the Country,
The Bears Finally Routed, and the Bulla
Booming Stocks and Other Values
New Yokk, July 28. Li and Out )
Witll Xtmi says: "Tlio pust week was ti
Waterloo for boars, and everybody ,1c
Wall stroot asks lilmsolf and cvcryboilj
else: 'Who uro tlio Wellingtons am!
lMutchers?' Tito bull ranks sut'in to havi
no loaders yet the market has been ad
vanclu, without tho slightest iudicutiol
of a reaction. Tho most Inveterate- bear!
have deserted tlio Hold or openly passed
to tho other side. Caininaek, Travon
and their followers ran away threo ol
four days uro. Worelshoffur has uo
only covered all his shorts, but Is ius,
pected of being long of a largo amount o
St. l'aul. II. N. Smith did not dare to
remain alcrno In tho breach, and Isnelthui
to bo seen nor heard of any longer. W.
T. Soutter openly acknowledges not onlj
that ho hus coverod all short contracts o
his olllco, but that ho has joinod tho bull
ranks. The minor grizzlies have boon
slaughorcd In an unmerciful mauner, ami
only a fow cubs aro loft hero and thoru to
die of starvation.
"Who has done It nil?" "Nobody in
particular; it has dono Itself," Is tho
answer ol most clear-headed inon. The
fact Is that all tho Goulds, Connors,
Werks, Osborns, Chaplns, Whites, Mor
gans and llloodgoods In creation could
not havo engineered a movement of such
forco and magnitude, If a combination of
peculiar circumstances hud not quietly
ripened to help them. To a constitu
tional bear, like tho writer of these ar
ticles, It Is vory dilhVult to llud uny valid
bull argument ou tho stock market, when'
ho sees constant failures in all branches
of trade, constantly decreasing receipts
of all railroads, constant attempts to
borrow inouoy ou tha part of even tho
best reputud corporations, and a con
stantly Increasing want of public contl
dettco lu the management of finan
cial Institutions. Uut facts, of
which tho stock Indicator is the
expression, havo of Into been
too potent to bo Ignored. Threo years of
porslstout bears, preaching In splto of
wild abuses on all sides, do not warrant
tho disregard of nieu or events, which aro
all the more significant, because thoy can
apparently not be accounted for. Tho
best way to elucidate the exlstlug pheno
menal condition of affairs seemed to be
to obtain opinions of men who aro known
to bo on tha opposlto side, and who seem
to bo right now after having boon wrong
so long. Soino of these men hate a bear
so much that they wont talk to him at
ail, but after a little coaxing they can be
made to talk, provided a promise Is given
that no mention is made In print of the fact
of their condescending to gpeak to what
W. II. Vanderblt lu his elegant language
called "sneak thloves" and "choup fel
lows." A round of calls among this olass
of mon brought forth tho following sum
mary of arguments i
Stock speculation, lino railroad build
Ings, was ovordono and had to collapse.
To-day there are no moro railroads built
and no speculation is Indulged In, Roads
aro no longer paralleled, and stocks are
no longer lullatod. Things have come to
a sounder basis. Existing railroads,
even those that suffer from competition,
are Improving their management, wlillo
stocks lnstoad of being ou margins are
qulotly roserved for Investment. Tho
wild cat securities will still
have to remain lu oblivion,
but tho dividend payers must
necessarily brace up. There is no earth
ly reason why a stock paying a dlvldeud
of six or seven por cent, a year should bo
selling below par when money Is so
cheap, and whon there is so much of It
unemployed. Tho depression of tho last
three years, and tho disgraceful occuri
rences of tho first half of this year have
culminated, l'eoplo believe that nothing
worse than what we have seen can hap.
pen; and that thoso who stood through
tho Grant & Ward, the Seney, tho Euo,
and similar rackets, have becomo tlrci
proof and wator-proof. The liquidation
of 1881-84 has weeded out all the weak;
elements, and a dollar bill in thu
bank or in pocket to-day is worth inord
than a ten dollar bill two years ago. ii
bas certainly mdrc purchasing power, and
Us holder more experience. Tho mass
of moneyed people understand all that,
and having lost a great deal of money,
they want to recuperate. They hope to
do so by buying back at thirty, forty, and
fifty per cent, reduction, the same secu
rities they had been compelled to sell out.
They can buy the same amount of them
with half of money and thus double their
income. To people who live on their in
come and havo no business to fall back
on, this is a vital question. They havo
no means of improving their position, ex
copt by reinvesting, and they have begun
to reinvosk now. They aro timid
yet and tho process will be a slow
one, but orders from them como in!
all the time, and it is those orders that'
take good stooks out Of tho street, make'
them scarce for loaning purposes and
maintain prices so firm. The balance of
trade is turuing in our favor. We shall;
robably import fifty millions of gold thlsi
year, and this gold will have to be In-;
vested. Our exports are steadily Increas
ing while our Imports are decreasing.
General retrenchment of expenditures
lias had marvelous effects on our foreign
trado, and should, cholera continuo in
Europe, we shall save millions upon
millions of money on the ono Item of
American ploasuro expenses abroad.
1T1C08 of everything bare gone down so
much that considerable savings are being
accumulated in purchases of necessarlos
ol life at borne, and these savings
will naturally seek investment. We have
an abundance of everything in the way
of orops. All wo want is a fow good
crops of integrity. The momont people
at homo as - well as abroad, see a fair
prospect in that dlrcetlon, our securities
will become staple articles, all over the
world. There appears to be fair indica
tions that the events of lust May and
Juno have brought both, stookholders and
legislators to their senses; that a more
watchful and strlnaeni pollov la to be
come the order of tha day Ofiq lliftbll
Idling that no Qm $ WajfJ Of jfttO,
SJLlml lna..jqriif.cuif-Atlit.jRni JL-MlUtA.,
pooplo come Into the stock nuirkot Agalq.
In regard to the prospoctt ot our balance
of trudo there Is some catiso for appre
hension that Chicago will got crany again,
and Indulge onco moro lit the slaughter
of tho goose that lays tho golden eggs.
A suddcu unfavorable changO In tho
weather in Europe crcatod r
cotitly some demand for wheat,
Grain speculators lu London and
Liverpool who had sold wheat short
In anticipation of excellent rrops all ovor
tho world, became alarmed at the unsoa
Bonablo weather, and hustoncd to cover1
their contracts. As tho American crop
Is tho earliest and tho nearest at hand
thoy began to buy wheat In this county,
and Chicago at once pushed prices up.
They havo already marked them sotnu
three cents higher und talk of tlvo cents
more. If thoy succood In tholrlulqultous
attempts a stop will at onco bo put to all
forolgn demand, unloss tho weather boJ
comos unusually bad. They will, thus
destroy a good deal of tho prospect of an
Improving balance of trado und the im
portation of gold. A representative ot
the well knowu shipping firm of Soager
llros. formulates tho present grain move
ment In tho following terms.
Tho shipments of wheat havo boon In
creasing ami uro legitimate horo, but the
orders aro speculative nnd have boeu
by a weather score. Great Britain had
recently soino October weather and al
though the crops havo so far not been in
juriously affected, tho lirltlsh speculators
ou tho short side of the market got scarod.
This tlmo of tho year, however, always
engenders what Is called "Weather mar
kets" for grain. A few days of sun.thlno
will change everything, In any caso the
rush seems to have been great, and Is
likely to slacken considerably by the end of
August, uuless prices at tho interior uro
brought dowu. A further ftdvauco lu
thorn will put a stop to nil export de
mand. About thirty steamers have so far
beon chartorod for full cargoos of whoat
from New York, Iiulllmore, l'hlludelphla,
nnd Newport News. Thoy are almout all
for August loading, and only a few for
early " September. Freights have
advanced from !!s. Cd., to ia. lid., or
from 1)0 cents to 1 dollar aud 8 cents
por quarter, equal to eight bushels or 480
pounds weight. This refers to only tho
above named ports, and to shipments by
freight in steamers known as "tramps,"
whose aggregate "takos" ou now about
040,000 bushels a week to different parts
of Europe. The Uvo regulars take about
300,000 bushels more, and Boston and
Montreal will probably tako eomo 200,000
bushols to Great Urltaln. New Orloans
does not export any wheat to snoak of
until tho cotton crop Is ready. Tho de
mand for cattle and provision? is small at
freight considered nominal. The demand
for corn and oats Is always nil at this
season of the year. Shipments of cotton
Tho large arrivals of now wheat, which
have already begiiu at tho Atlantic sea
board, and will hencoforth rapidly In
creaso, ought naturally to keep the prlco
of wheat down, and If so, considerably
improve tho export trado of the country.
Hut Chicago speculators can spoil .tho
bright prospects if thoy are left to havo
things their own way.
Fire In the Southern Illinois Peniten
tiary. Chestkh Tkisox, III., July 28. The
dry houses and machinery belonging to
the Chaster brick works located at tho
Southern Illinois Toultuntlary, buruod at
midnight. Tho loss Is fully covered by
Insurance. Tor a tlmo a general confla
gration scorned Inevitable. The loss to
tho State Is trilling. Tho entire forco of
the prison wore untiring lu thoir efforts
to subdue the flames, aud too much can
not be said in commendation of tho pris
oners, many of whom effectually aided In
stopping tho progress of tho lire. Tho
inside coil-houses, but a short distanco
from the burning building, maintained
the strictest ordor, in no inslanco violat
ing a rule of the institution.
Irish National Republioan Leatrua,
New Yoiik, July 28. The general com
mittee of tho Irish National liepublican
Lcaguo lias Issued a call for delegates to
a Convention to be held at Cincinnati on
September 30. Tho Convention, it is
said, will bo a "grand protest against
freo trado with England whether pre
sented under tho form of a tariff for
revenue only, or a por cent, horizontal
roduotlon of tho tariff." The call is ac
companied, by an argument lu favor of
supporting the liepublican nomltioes, in
which Mr. Blaine ia described as of Irish
lineage, and Mr. Logan as tho son of au
Irish rebel of '98.
Another Cyclone at Cimarron.
Dodoe City, Kan., July 28. Acyclono
Saturday night visited Cimarron, clgh
tcon miles west of Dodgo City. It de
molished about a dozen houses, one-ilfth
of the town. The residence of Al. Bar
ton was carried away, leaving no vostlgo
of the building but the foundation. Ono
livery stable and ono dry goods storo
were destroyed. Many persons wcro in
jured, but none sorlously except Mrs.
Barton and her child, the latter being
carrlod twonty-flvo yards from whero ho
was sloeplug, A large covered wagon
standing fifteen foet from Barton's houso
was untouched. This Is tho same place
visited lust year by a cyclone. Tho ono
last year went east. This ono came from
the northeast. Tho wind at the signal
station at this city attained a velocity of
eighty-seven miles por hour.
Belling Liquor in Iowa.
Iowa City, Ia., July 28. At Oxford,
Saturday, Joseph Sclsterbclm, formerly
a saloon-keeper of that placo, pleaded
guilty to soiling intoxicating liquor. lie
was lined $75 and his stock of whisky,
gin, rum, wino and beor, Worth about
$200, was officially destroyed. This Is
the first fine assessed and liquor de
stroyed in this oounty.
Killed Hie Step-Father.
NAsnvaj-E, Tens., July 28. Green
Crews, of Marlboro, Carroll County, was
killed by his step-son, whom ho attacked
with a knife, for boating a mule, After
the boy had been cut by Crews, bo drew
a knife and cut his step-father's throat
from ear to ear.
Murdered by Sis Friend.
Chattanooga, Tbmn., July 88. Late
Friday night at Soddy, teuncssee, W.
B. Windsor and Young Eddy, both tele
graph operators In tho employ of the
Clnolunatl Southern Railroad, became in
volved in a quarrel about monoy matters,
Windsor drew a pistol and shot Eddy.
Jrom the effects of which the latter diod
esteraay. UQtn wero men oi gooa stand-
Windsor was arrested And (brought
A GHASTLY FIND,
What Throe Children Who Wont to
tho Wooda After tho Oowa
Murdered by a Chicago Thug-Diabolica
Deed -Shot at Short Range -Under
the Influouot) of Liijuor.
Assassination of a Noted Desperado Ar
rested for Swindling Killed Ilia Wife
in Presence of Her Daughters.
What Albort Taborn's Children Found.
Bixu ro.YniNii, ()., July 28. Satur
day evening, u. Mattlo, Henry und Robert!
Tahorn, children of Albort Taborn, A
well-knowu farmer noar here, wcro going
thiotigh tho woods aftrr tho cows, the
saw their father struggling on his hands
and knees with tho blood streaming from
his throat In a torrent. Neighbors rushed
to tho spot on the alarm being given aud
found him dead. A bloody uxo was In
his right hand und near him was an open
pocket knlfo. Near his body lay his purso
und a small bug of silver, ills head was
nearly hacked from his body.
Murdorod While Dnfeudlnir His Wife
CiiitAiio, lu.., July 28. At oloven
o'clock last night, Hugh Hradshaw, of
207 West Eake stroot, with his wlfo und
a young lady weto sitting on liradsbuw's
door step. 1'utrlck Clark and Jerry
Coughlln oamo along and made soino in
sulting remarks to tho ladies, Mr. Brud
Khaw icked up a chair to strike tlio
rtilllans, hut beforo he could execute his
purpost', Clink drew a revolver and dis
charged it at Mm, tho bullut striking him
In thu lower part of the nbdomeu Inflict
ing a fatal wound, lioth men wcro ar
rested. murdorod for Ilia Monoy.
Sr. LiiI'ih, Mo,, July 28. Tho body of
a man named Thu Murphy was found
lying bosldo tho Missouri l'ticiHc track at
Drake's Station on Saturday, and yester
day's developments show that it was a
case of murder and robbery. Murphy
was known to havo a roll of money it
short time beforo ho was found. Before
he died In tho hospital ho revived and
gave tho iniino of his assailant. After lin
ing rouderod unconscious his body wus
placed across tho railroad track, but tho
train men discovered It and stopped tho
train In time to discover tho crime.
Shot at Short Runtro.
Toi-KKA, Kam., July 28. Henry Illo
bert, a farmer, living about llfty miles
west of this city, in Marlon County, Sat
urday shot aud killed a boy named David
Johnson for trespassing upon his prom
ises. When tired at tho tnuz.lo of tho
gun was but two foot from tho victim,
mid tho discharge tore a fearful gash lu
tho boy's side, exposing his J Ivor to
Foul Play Suspected.
Canton', O., July 28. Jacob Buugh.
man, a wealthy farmer residing lu the
eastern part of tho county, camo here
Saturday to attend tho circus, and left In
tho evening for his homo on a Connoton
Valloy train, considerable under tho In
iluenco of liquor. Ho was ejected front
tho train near Kobertsvillo, on account o!
boisterous conduct. His remains word
found near where ho had been put off tlm
train, horribly cut up by tho trains run
iilng over lilm. His pockets hud appur
ently been rifled, which leaves a stronj)
suspicion of foul play.
Hard Doath of a Hard Caso.
Little Rock, Auk., July 28. Tho ns
sassinntlon of Jim Armstrong, a noted
desperado of north Arkansas, noar Fair
vlow, Carroll County, Is reportod. Al
about dusk Friday, Armstrong and a boj
woro traveling along tho road, when thoy
wore llred npon from tho brush. Tho boy
saw Armstrong fall and at the same tlmo
saw two mon coming toward him, shoot
lug. He was told to ruu for his life.
They continued firing at Armstrong after
ho fell. When found Saturday morning,
there were fourteen bullet bolus in his
body. The murderod man was a hard
character and a fugitive from Missouri.
He was living with his nieco in a seclud
ed part of the mountain, aud It Is alleged,
among other things, was secretly dealing
In whisky. His murderers arc unknown.
An Ex-Governor Arreated for Swindling.
Ciucaoo, III., July 28. Ex-Governor1
Moses, onco tho Republican Governor ol
South Carolina, and in latter days au alj
leged swlndlor and confidence man, was
arrested by a city detcctlvo lust night.
Tho arrest was mado on a requisition of
the Governor of Massachusetts, basod ou
a warrant which charges Moses with em-;
bezzlcmeut in that State. The prisoner
was found at tho houso of relatives ou
Archer avenue, near Twcuty-fourth
street, whore ho has been stay
ing for some tlmo. Ho will bo
taken to Boston at onco. During tho
last Republican Convention, Dr. liollls
tcr, of Chicago, was swindled out of somo
money by a man who represented himself
as a New York physician lu hard luck,'
and it was always supposed that Moses
was the guilty man. What particular of
fenso ho has been guilty of lu Massachu
setts could not be ascertained, as the po
lice authoritios preserved a mystcrous si
lence. But He Didn't Get the Deeds.
Cuattanooqa, Tf.xn'., July 28. rink
l'ottit, a wealthy farmer in Murray
Couuty, Ga., asked hts wife Friday night
to return certain docds of land he gave
her when they were married. Sho re
fused, when he became enraged and shot
her four ttmos In the breast, killing her
in the presence of her two daughters.
The murderer escaped.
ASSAULTED 1ST A I'ARK.
Narrow Escape of a Tounar Lady from
the Clutch of Ruffians.
New Yobk, July 38. The shrieks of a
woman startled the pooplo of Woodslde
Park, N. J., a little before midnight on
Saturday. In the park the Webster Pleas
ure Circle was holding Us picnic. August
Jacobson, a young man of twenty-one,
with a young lady frrfm franklin, bad
started to go ont of tW Srl. AS fat
couplo ctueffiod three yolitlg iCea lMfl
Jacobson. while two others caught tho
girl and dragged her Into the shrubbery
to the loft of the gate. The girl uttered
piercing shrieks, Jacobson was drugged
in a contrary direction und knocked
down. Ho managed to break away and
ran Into the grounds for assistance.
Mr, Itlddlo and Mr, Trout hearing tho
girl's cry for help rau dowu thu path.
Front found the girl struggling lu tho
clutches ot ono of tho young men, lie
sol.ed ouu ot the in but another struck
him, compelling him to roleatio his hold on
thu girl's asiallunt. who Immediately
loapoil tho (once und bolted through the
f round, followed by an angry crowd,
lis associates wore lost sight of In tho
chose, whloh proved unsuccessful. Tho
girl when rescued wusOonduutod Into the
park ugutn, where she sat weeping until
shu was led away by Jacobsuu.
Exhibiting Lopsrs Through tho Coun
try to Awaken the Fsople to
Cmi'AUo lit,., July 28,-Dr. C. C.
O'Donnell, of Situ Francisco, who Is here
on an antl-Chluosu mission, Is acuoinpanlud
by two Chinese lepers, whom ho proposes,
to exhibit as an Illustration ot tho hor
rors ot leprosy and tho dangers nieuaclug
the people from association with a raoo
w hich tho doctor claims hit Imported the
disease. liu premium to bring tho IvporH
out of the cattle car In which they cauni
from San Franclsoo, and whore thoy are
still cugod, and hold thorn up to pnbjlo
guze. The doctor Is an ardmit advocate
of tho prevention of Chinese Immigration,
und warns the country that It Is courtlutj
a fearful death for Its pooplo In penult
ting a leprous race to remain among
them. Thu Doctor said:
"It seems like a curious way of propa
gating Information to thus make an exhi
bition of lopurs, but wo pooplo in Cali
fornia uro lu uiinisst about this tiling,
and will loave no mouns untried until wo
wakou tho pooplo of tho Fust to thu trim
sense of the horrible peril which threat
ens us In the presence ot the Chinese.
There aro to-day 1,000 lepers In San Fran
cisco, and tho dlsoase Is rapidly spread
lug. It attacks all ugos and all national
ities; no ono Is safe from It. Thospioad
of the disease has always followed Chl
noso Immigration und wo fool that wo
must either light It now or olso huvo It
ilovustnto our fair country, and California
is too' fair a country to give up without a
'"Whut remedy do you proposer"
. "Tho utter extinction of all Chinese
Immigration by tho passage of strict laws.
Tho present ono Is Inoperative, as It al
lows merchant and students to laud,
nnd eight thousand merchants and
students have landed In Situ Francisco In
tho last mouth."
HA J" I1AI.L llltUVmiSS.
Sooro of Gttmea Flayed ou Saturday,
St, Louis, Mo. Columbus, lj St.
New York Metropolitans, Allo
ghonyx, 3.. ..Now Yorks, 12; Bostons, 'i.
Cincinnati, O. Clneluuatls, 7jLouls
Washington, D. C Nationals, 8; J-;J
' Tolodo, O. Toludos, 2; Indianapolis,
Baltimore, Md. Baltlnioros, 8; Wash
I'hlladulphla, Fa. Athletics, 13 1
Brooklyns, 4....rrovldouces, 10 1 l'lill
adelphlas, y....Ualtlmores, 11; Koystouos,
Buffalo, N. Y. Buffalos, 2; Clovelauds,
St. I'aul, Minn. St. Pauls, 5; Torre
Hatitos, l....Stlllwaters, 11; Grand Rup
(iulucy, 111. Muskegons, 10 j tiulucys,
Minneapolis, Mluu. Ft. Waynes, 2;
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, 0; Colum.
Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati, 0; Louis
Kansas City, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 9;
Kansas Cltys, 4.
Chicago, 111. Chicago Uulous, 8 ; Cln
How They Stand.
Tho following tables show tho standing
of tho various Association and League
Clubs up to aud Including Saturday,
July 20 1
( olllllllilis 4d
Bt. Louis :w
htimmn It v 4
H. Ii)UlR 4:2
New York :
Pittsuluoh, Pa., July 28. Tho Ainal
gamated Association of Iron and Steel
Workers assembles In this city Tuosday,
August 5. One hundred and fifty dolo
gates are expected to attend. Tho con
vention continues flvo days. No pro
scribed programme has been announcod,
but It is known that moasnros will bo de
cided upon that will be of great Interest
to employers and may stir up much ex
citement In the labor world. Tho pro
gramme will contemplate the thorough;
establishment Of the association lo thl
East and a vigorous lido of policy In
places In the West and south,
ft-;' Sank Cashier's Death.
Hillbboro, Itu, July 28. George M.
Raymond., ex-Connty Clerk and Cashier o(
the Hlllsboro National Bunk, Uleu very
suddenly t) XI o'clock Saturday night
from a itrM 0t paralysis. The i runoral
IN THE PASTRY
VihIIIii,1..-hi Oniiiui', ,, fiuvor rnhrs.
I'liilillnii.,, .., hi ili-UciHrly anil nnt-
in iillyu( ln Ii ult l nun wlili'ti tlii-y nmmiidit.
10R STRENGTH AND Til UK FRUIT
I'liAVOR THEY STAND A LOME,
mir.Mo If THI
Price Baking Powder Co.,
ClUcnflo, III. 6t. Louie, Mo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. I'rlco's F.iiulln Voust (Jems,
lli .t III y l.ii Yi ii.l.
foxj bale rrr aiaocEiio.
WH MAKK HUT ONE (JUAUTV.
All piiiiiCHtiinis fur tlio 2i)riiiiiluinsii(rirro(at
lim nlnivi- linn .u ii t, iillfrcd try Mimic Willi liur
Iiiiiii 'lnlmii'o Co., iniiht nliservo tho I'iiIImwIiik
liihinn mi wlili'li tlio premiums uro to Im
nwnnli'il: All luias miMt hear our original
Hull I Mil Iiiiiii IiiIicI, U. H. KhvoIIUo Htmiip, Hint
t'uiill'.n Nutli'c. The Iiiiks inimt Im Mono Ui
Hi'currly In it piii'lmi'ii witll niuiift unit iiililrens
orwiiilt t.iuiiI niiinlit'roriiiifieim!iiliiHlilnl!i
ly luiirlii i mi thu nuUililo. ClmrucH must Im
iri''i'l. C'Wlml r!ofr NwrmherHi'tli. All inck
hki'H kIiimiM Im fiirwitnli'il llcemnher 1st, ami
tin-1 rnii li iim nt liiirliiini in( tulrr limn lirmn
fur 1.-th. Nil mutter where you resldo, aonil
ymir iini kiiri', ikIvIhi tin ty mull Unit you luiva
it i mi, mill dtutii tho iiinulier of lwi mint.
Niiincniil miivi'snI'iiI coiiteiitniitH, with iiumtior
of lines ri tiinii il, will Im piihllshpil, Duo. Ti. In
HohI.iii, IWmbl: Now York, ; riilli;li
i.lilu, 'iW'; Durham, N. t:., 'I'nUarro 'dint;
New Oilenni, Timii-I'inwrrnt: (Miiclnimtl.
qiilrrr; e I iti,iii-o, Daily Haul; Butt t'ruavuou,
Ui.Ai kwiii.i.'H fiuniiAM Tobacco Co.,
DtimiAM, N. (!.
Fvery comitno parkase hits picture or null,
ttf-tiuo our next anuouucoincnt.-
To thn necils of tho tonrlNt, commercial traveler
anil new .oilier, lloHtettur'a Hlumncli Dltturs Is
puculliirly niliqileil, nlncii It Htrun gt h-iia thodles
tlvo nrirmiH, nnil hnicca tho pliynict)l nnnri(ie to
uiihunlthliil li lliiincic. U nniovcH audprovuuts
in nl ur I nl rev t. rountlpnlinn, ily.popula, hoitlthfully
Httmiiliiti' tho khlneyn nnil hlmliler, nivl onrlclies
so well n purlflit tha hlood, Wliun ovurcomo hy
fulluue, wliother montal orpliyHlcnl, tho weary anil
iletillllHiinl lluil It n mththlo source, of renewed
ire ii Kill nml comfort
Kor ralu by all tlruzulntu nnd ilonlern generally.
LIVtH COMPLAINTS, O
norniimi It arts on tlm l IVKIt, DOWELS and
KIDNEYS at the snms tlmo.
Itcnn8 It o1oan.o th system of tho poison
owl humon that dovolopo hi Kidney and Uri
nary DtM&soa, BlUousnou, Jaundice, Constipa
tion, Film, or In Busumatlsra, Nurll, Mar
vous Plsordors and all B'omnlii Coraplaluts. ,
irxuui) puppy or rwa,
IT WIUi 8UBJEL7 OUBB.
Dy oauslng I'UM ACTION of all tha organs
and functions, thoroby
CLEANSING tho BLOOD
restoring tha normal power to throw off rllsnaslti
THOUSANDS Of 0A8KS
of tha wont forms of these terrible diseases
have been quickly roUeved, aud in a soort time
rnice, $i. ttqmu ea our, sold bt DBCeoiSTS.
Dry oan be sent by mail.
WELLS, &10UAUD80N Si Co., Burlington, VU
S Sauil lUuiip lot Dluy Almtne for IW4.
This porous pUuter ia
famous for qttk
and heart action lit
.... .,i.n HUtlO
and Mii'lc, Soro Cliwt. Klln'7J i,u,,UiM.StrurU.
or aclim cltlicr loeal f JT ' Ttrtues of hops com-
VI it will. l
pin-..-.- - - . lvM.
Inloicnie, ioiufuj - wm
iton Mailed on rm
enliit of erica. Hop
ti...tr Comvany, Pro-
prlctors, nontoni Maw. .,
r-f4-f '$v$7 T--t- ir r-H-v
itrThebartfamUy pUl mad WawleT-s Kma.li aa4
LlTerPllla- fto. -riwwans In actfcw and wT --J
P P CCLEORATCO