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lHE-ST-. LOUIS REPUBLIC: MONDAY. OCTOBEB 17. 190-i.
PUGILISM1 'anger and McClelland to A FOOTBALL High School aud C. B. -C. A EAGINCTESE! Edith .May sihould Kepcat I he Thud Rattle at West End Club Teams Will Meet at the College Campus To-Monuvi. Xovvmber 3. EDITH MAY SHOULD WIN SPRIT RACE Yiirii.i Killv Looks Capable of .Making it Three Straight at Dcluiar To-Dnv. INGOLTHRIFT TO BE FIRST. I !i ven's Hore .Seems to Iiolti !(! of Field ?afi.' in Fourth Evenr Uelle S. lo Break From Maidens. "iVi:ile theie is no handicap on the urn crs.mme at Dclmar this afternoon, the third race may he called the feature, as In this event some of the bet youngsters at the track uill be asked to go six and one-half furlong.. It seems as though Editli May lias the race won. This filly of Clint Burnett's ran such sood races on her last out that it 5 hatd to see hov.- she can he beaten t'-dny. I.ast Thursday, vrlth W pound, up. she, breezed In front of Violin at five and a half furlongs, and came riht back .Saturday with Si pounds and heat Arlena and Braden. tv.o of the best youngsters here. To-day she has weight off. but is about equally rigged with Braden when she beat him handily Saturday. In both these races she came under the wire with out being ridden out. These perfotm anccs arc sood enough to win. Braden. should be second. He is a big colt and should outrun the others. Tern's Hod ran a good race back of foionel hile and should be third. Kduardo is a aiow beginner, and with good racing luck may b able to beat this filly for third money. Jngolthrift Is good Just now and It is hard lo see, how he can be beaten in the fourth "vent at six furlongs. He breezed In front of King Kose on his last out at seven furlongs and that is good enough lo beat anything else in the race. Folies Bergercs has had a Ion rest and may be a little .hort to-day. but should not fin-1-b worse than second. Felix Mozzes. one of ttie most consist ent performers in Ills class, should lie third. 3IontpeIier and Elythenes are new- starters in this event and mayybe. In the money, but it will be hard to beat Ingolthrlft. In the first event it sem as if Belle, -3. should be able to break hr maiden. She has. been knocking at the door for the last three out, but could not get up In time to get under the. wire first. Stella XJ. and Bsie M30 should lieinexl in 'line. " - Jake Ward Is about due to win a" race and he. seems to be In x sott spot In the second race at a mile and seventy jards. He has been In spri::t events, and his disposition to come from behind should win a purse for the stable to-day. Peppr Dick wax 'a good horse: this time last year, and If he is anyway nar that form he should be second, Mint BeiTs sipeed ought to land her in third puim The. performance 'of fit. Wood Un ills l?t out when In- was second to Sut-idor and .Take "Ward i. good enough for him to win the fifth race at a. mile and seventy yards. This; is a. Rood homr. and. on his last out. he ran as if short. The race should improve him greatly. St. Dan!l was third In the last race Saturday So Pickaway and Crime, and that is good enough to place him second with Doctor Riley third. fn the cloing- contest, at a mile and an e'fehth. old Bengal Khouid' win another Ptjrse for Clint Burnett. He met -with bad lufck In his race. Saturday, was cut off sev eral times and when h got straight r.rd cne again, but tired. He ! a good boree arid ! capable of beating his contenders toiday. Miss Bon has been runnlnc pretty cood of late and ought to be second. She win race to-dav in Pat Clvlll's color. h Int claimed after her race Saturday. Dfummond la sour and sulky at times, but whlould be third In this class. LIVE-STOCK SHOW OPESS, TO-DAY. World's Fair Honri ncl Cattle t Ilnnil fit Kansas; City. Kansas City. Mo.. Oct. IS. TheA-meri-an noyal Live-Stock Show, which opens here to-morrow, to last all week, will be the greatest lire-stock exhibition eter hejd In the West, with the exception of the World's Fair live-stock show, and prac tlcallv all the loading rirlze-wdnners at the World's Fair show are here. Consignments, of show cattle, horses, swine and sheep hare been coming in for several days, and entries in the cattle and horse departments ar! much larger than In any previous show in this city. .Ml the leading breeders of fine cattle of Missouri. Kansas. Illinois. Iowa. Texas, Indiana and Minnesota are already on the ground. The horse department will include near ly all the champion Perchercn. French coach and Belgian .stallions of both con tinents. The Judges who will pass on these classes are men of national reputa tion. Professor C. F. Curtis, dean of the Iowa State Agricultural College, will Judge the Pcrcheron class. R, B. Ogilvte, su perintendent of the horse department of the International Lire-Stock Exposition, will tie the ribbons on the Belgian i-tal-lions. Eltlililkti MO. REYNOLDS &C0 119 Dearborn St., Chicago. St Louis office 316 Fullerton Bide. Dally-ST. Weekly Back sheets on file for inspection. The following were our winnere Satur day; Ice Water (Spl.), rt to S. iron. Kootllchta F vorUe (Spl.), H 'S IV.Aoc MiMrrprttemL lo li. won. Edith Mny, S to 2, rron. JTo-di- eur specials should win at good rrlces DR. SCHREINER, 816 Chcstnnr Street, St, Jxrois, 3Io. i br hi-;..i AiU't-; ?iprr.ATUt Carw rrtiat and chronic dla ast. Ii Manhood. Xrro rwmr- lt Meor. "S-Vnrfnal Wefticc. Karly IVcaj-. Vari rocI. results of rrom or i rspt. Urinary OItajw-. at Strictnx. T'ncatural IMKharcA ana all d!ases of Ktdn; p and BUidrr, an-1 nicod J'oJson. nil Mt. pem ititWy cured. Out-cf-iown pa tiwts treated by. malL $1 PER WEEICFORTREATMENT. Ton can bur no better for J10 a week. Consultation fr.. Call or write. Iiourr: S a. m. in t p. in. Sucdtji: 19 a. m. to 2 p. m. MEN! 3TRENVA Otveltptr AfpQtse i m rrrtyaCOtBa 14 ob trut w CU r vi$at mii mwx mm, piwai ikink ItOYACa.810eiirtSUtw20 ASUwis 3 J RECTAL; MMMEV TILL fiyHEI IUtlVCC Sol Mr Fm Ul-Ptrt Bwk LTMBmnt mm, iw eRfi suse. irf. : WEAK r ilEBSKtJULLosTii EacaiH Drsn. Immtm fmll tiwartn TO-DAY'S ENTRIES To-Da'i DrJniMr Entries. Flret race. .llnir. maiden :er-u!d M. s. four and a half furlone: M Mary itausS-.-iWI T2 TipIior rfelle i-5 Wl K-artc JI I1 9-i Trloa-pfctrtss .-W (Jn imi Mill-- ..--' t -- ...... ... .- , Ml Katie Crews...!"'' I 541 BU- 1-5 Mi .";eiia M i.i ir-i "iaay sut-rs... - 5o3 Ktttv H4 757 "A.'iMtia 35 Hroo n-n Second ra. aWlnar. -jear-oi;s ind up. onr nitli ind sev-nlv zt1i Jak Wber ...i',2l s: -Hli-kury iVr. s;: aiisjii ner SCI Tennii .. I tn l'epctr Die . j Murmwr $; Ultl-Corker... !'C Wl . fact. t MS t!orceVin.. 5" -. .t.iiL rs ..... Thlr.J race, sjlowancf?. Z-mr-ol&. fcix fced & half furlorg: C Brad'n in XT Bitth Mav !) Mu Ical;sce ... VO! HI Tern's RiJ ! :I .Inneie l!ap Sll HI lMnardo Fcirtn race, allowpnc. ;-rjr-vl:.. lr lu: "::: i'jer) tno;!l.ret 1 11 . .. Montp:irr I'-j 85J narfcel Wart .1 : Vfi) Ouon Mt Keli. Brre. ?:l vi. K-lir Moil's ..I)' jl Ml. B.uy. '' ?2 Flrri .. 1 Fifth race, selling. I mile aKd je'enti- varri: dr-o!ls snti up. cue s2 Orche-jm l"l !t Judge Cautrlll 1"T Sti d?cinj Hate... I'M1 Sll Xone:?. ?i its 'Doctor ni'ey...'j: 5ii Si. Wi !'- H k Je OU .. " !J7 rilt-.J '-" S7I . rMi'!.. . 15 SUt!i race. S'M'rfc:. rrlle and sn etrl'll't ;.;..a:-cl(tE and Lp. cue Mj Bar.?. 1 97 Druninvjnd ."'Ji S43 Uaon -'Ci Set 'Trank nic. ..: !:i 'Ill's Ken ;.:l 171 'Alice Turner 07 I !7- Pierce .I ' a;rt 'p.vto. Kiei.. .1 H "AS.'cin i: .. . Me:aiM I ItZ 'Natil Woocioc 7 571 'Benaal 37 pijr-ntjfe I!or.-alce cialrced. IELMAR SEr.EIOXS. t'iril HaceBelle S.. stelu M.. l;ele Mac. Kecon.l Jtace Jafc- AVcblr, Pepper t)itK Mint Bed. '.'ini icecdith llav. Bralen. Tern's Rol. I'turth Race lagilthrift. Ko!i" Cergeres. Felix ioe. 1-itlh l:a;e-.l. Wood, -i Daniel. Doctor lt:le. isth Race Ber;al. Ml.s tejn. DrUTimond. 'lo-Ua AVairtb Entries. 11rt tace elx furlcriK-: ( VHdo Hersliman Buticell Wadd-ll III.. . Blacs: Dutch Klnr of Tre.... BIr Beach I j. B. Smith 11 ....""., Iran t!e Terrlbl-...1 J .7i I. taUe Sander 1i I ..llvnr K'.el ' I ..lMj Dixie Iad t ..l'slrelni Tret 15S . .li-3lccltr.fi Kuckrt.. ..t'1 Feconil raft. .-Hinr iir f'lilo- es: Glad Smile l'-", t-y Wood. 'I'tivti.i . -Determination .. H: I'auls. Julia M FfOral Merrv Plcner ..:.. '.li.:- ,.lc:: iva-aiifiii nd li .10 Tarn O'Snanter.. . I-Hj rroicatf Debrle.. .I'l.ilulefi El'ton .. Peter J. iMliiete Mlladl leive lTt Automaton 'l-i Third race, handicap, one mil and a six 1 tenth: Idle S3 lluizah 55 aiortoe& .. - S3 I'oit Royal l?t Ahoia 5" foruste I'll Luraltghter X Fnssil rt Rjjikin sa Hn Crae-fcni 11" Rankle asd Huzash. Arthur entry. Fourth race, aelling, .ce mile sad seventy yard.: Voila tZtty TTadt Jigger Llssardo Arab Royalty Dod Anderson.. Haraev .. . "Si Dutiful ..KG . s Klnc- of the Vulley m .hi .l"i .! .153 Vf .I'-7 .... - Benson Caldwell ... k . .. Si ...1. .. . as ...IH EtheJ fi--n:o.3 King's court. . .. Tieacv Jim Ha!. W. J. Deboe Fifth race. fli and a. half fiu-longs: GolJ Ihiaraf!.... Caoltano Allen Avon Berry Wadd'II. Monis . I&'Gu. Heldoni.-... : Allbert . SsXannlelInde... S7i fon D.jmo 37Scorp!o 1 OiTdep Rul... . ...YA ...I'll -111 ...Ml .. 'ia ...11.1 Sixth race, fire ruT'oner: Broadway alrl S3 Kthel X. Barrymore. ai llattle ITelhe Sbj Ie l-i Men Amour Iady WIImot...,.A.l-'1 aimplicitv w Janeta :4r;...Vf, Hparkllny s Psnzreatls ..1-S Hiss Gunn 39 Sana Cneur . ..,...,'.ini Jtosemary Kane. . . SS Kitrj- Rcrfc .'..Itt ledr Isca 90 Cutter tit Weather clear; track fait " WORTH SELECTIONS. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Chicago, Oct. 1. Selection!: First Race Ivan the Tenlble, Dlxl l.ad. isfonei liuppen. Second Itace Beautiful and Best. Merry Rcnwr. 1am o Sbanter. Third RacePort Royal. Ahola. Luralishler. Fourth Race King of the Valley, Dutiful. Jipn-r. Fifth Race Allen Avon. Scorpio. Don Domo. Sixth Race Shi I.ee, Pancreatic, Outer. 5ESER.L FOOTBALL SOTES. Yratrnaa High School Boys llTe Rood Team in Field. While the Interscholastic Leagtie teams have been arranging their schedules, and the bigger teams already playing, the Teatman High School boys have not been Idle and are in the field with a team that Ik ready to meet elevens playing In the Interscholaitic class. The boys started In training too late, and had the misfortune to Icoe member ship in the league, but this has not dis couraged them, and they have practiced Just the same and axe fast rounding Into shape. Each afternoon thiy are on the school lot In padded uniforms and guards, and urder the direction of Coach John Wilson, a former high school plaj-cr, are learning the fine points of the game. While they will not average more than 115 pounds, they are fast and still hope lo get la better playln? shape as the sea son progresoj. The regular team hssnt been selected, but out of about twenty to twenty-five cancidatss a good team will soon be on the field. The candidate, that are-likely to secure permanent positions Are: Castlen, captain and quarter back, who played with High School a year ago. The backs will be Schwab. Betiurt and Rose; Stein, centerr Lowenstein, right guard; Harding, left guard: Xelon. left tackle; Hamilton, right tackle: Stocke. left end. and McLagun, right end. St. Louis University players will have a busy week. They will line up against Kemper at the Stadium to-morrow and the University of Kentucky next Satur das. Delaney is satisfied with the work of his team, and now thinks that, with three victories out of as many games played, they will begin a clean sweep of the" schedule. High School and Christian Brothers Col lege will play what promises to be a live ly game to-morrow afternoon on the col lege campus. Both teams are ready for tne rravand eacn is cor.naer.i oi nciorj. Both teams have won the two games that thev have p'.ayed :hl season, and after High's win over McKinley last Fri day the boys arranged the game with the C. B. C team. It will be a case of High's sped pitted against C B. C'3 weight, although the latter wld not greatly outclass them In this line; neither will High have a very large lead in quickness. The game will undoubtedly ixcite great Interest, as both are local teams f.nd each has a large following. The play will be gin at 2 o'clock, the time of the halves to be decided according to the weather. Coach Wilbur expects to have his reg ular team in working: order by the time of the game, although the combination last Saturday worked well against Gem City. , High School will try many of the can didates who have shown promle at the different positions. Lynch at halt hai done jrocd work, but has been put in the srrme onlv once for some reason. His work 1ms been of the best kind and he should be used oftener. ' ... Although C. B. C will have a slight edge In the game, the High boys are confident that the.y can hold them. Washington University showed Letter form "against Suwanee Saturday than they did against Illino's, the week before, bst at that there were several weak j-emts noticeable In the work of the local team. The center especially wa badl- nrotect ed. and the Southern boys had little trouble In breaking through this spot for gains of ten rards. The back field worked rather .well to gether, but not as well as might be ex pected with the season so far adranctd as It Is. ... Stuttlc at quarter back, ran his team as well as he could against the spsedy op poqents.,and never eare up hope, althoush his team was losing. Washington has a Inrd scnedtiV before them, and if they Intend to eren hold down the scores they will' have to hustle at a lively "pace. Delaney. may thank himself that, he has the amount of material at HL Louis Uni vereltv he has. Last Saturday lie made several changes in the line-up. not because the bovs were exhausted or had to quit, but Just to trr out aorae of the men. This .was done, and every change that was made showed that the roen.trying for the. positions are able to hold their own. wjth thin the case, he can afford to hare two or three of his 'player, on the shelf Bur, he Is not in for rough playing and does not .intend to break, up bis team u,n fctivat it ftMittatr MCfMUT. CL,.? - . . v?X'! --J.lKJV 'v'f''V AT LOCAL AND FOREIGN TRACKS. Tii-Day's Elm Itlilcr nutrlrs. Flrat rare. ?el:irjr. cce n.!!; Ilopeftll Mis-... . 55 Our fillie 157 "lovertcn - I5'u- Orasi Girl 17 Ben llevwoo-i.. . . -! itKr "7 ItiaulitiVe Girl. ... Ihl Mvnheer r'7 Salivate ''- Vulcala ll' Pearl Ptnne !i)2 :i.n;s 11) Ma M:ir. 1..' Secocd race. aUiay. sU luitorce: Burlehcrn '.-. t.,dv rr3Tf.rd "'" Falkland as; Ali&r T:ne . (IdKen Mineral ) i-tarmel '', Klie a-iHorcluiu '.'' ItCe St.-at!tS 1 '.'! TSird race, maidens live ard e. ImlM'J-rtnn. Atacrft ll-'Mld 7.!onI. ''" Blaze Vail I'flltiJo Re5e VZ Ktinlpg Iae. . tt, J Fleetwood 11 -e.clau ':)! ;'ac!"& 113 Mac-ne 1i"radte IK Albvyon 11"! Fourtli longs: tact, handicap. ryear-.3st si"t fur- Mart Gentry :". 'Jlacsic JIaLke " Aldernan Batt. . . i Uevint V!: ?-a'cl: ii; i'apltr.no 7t- Tyrolean 'i Tom oeilv 11.". Flf.li ia-., yelltnr. i.t;- r.il: t:eat re:ni s (iver Aralt !& lllun.tnau . . ? jictor RUct.e ''7 I'-ttlJoiia VJJ TTle Ff.rem HO .r-rn- Hunt l'0 Ka cttre.'i ll'l Rouch and Tumble. 1021 t-o'on! B3l!amne..ll i Xuptlal ': ilans Warner. HZ Illdley 'r.,. ... ttr7l 'iith ice. purse, flv- and a balf fgrloiis: Piriiila S7 r.rhn l"rt Adate xi i:ob,n u-cd :" rt rrT Tcy s7 Otto Stifel VX, "La ljir.de -7 'lIon:ai;'t Relic n." Pal.'v BroT-n 1 r; w. It. i-onuoj 11-r KIJ1 RIDGK jtELECTIOXF. REPFBUI' ."PECIAU Kansj' City. Oct. IS Selections: FliU Race M cheer, r.tue Grai. Girl. Hope ful Min. ecod RaceMajor Tenm. Euplehorn. Gold en Mlr.era.1. Third Race Marsacre, Raining Iae', Blaze Vail. FiMirth Race Tom S.-.ell-, CapIUsio. Mart Genlrj. Cirtl' Race Han? Wagner. Jerrv Hunt. Nui- tial. .-"nth Race-Otlo Sti.'el. R'bo. RoWn IM. T-IJa'i JmiiHlca Hntrles. -5ar-oIitf. fie an.1 ji half far . i see. fu: : Icr: Red R-.iIer Wateillgr.t ... Zeala. ... . I-icens Tranper. Bill Bail.. .. Alitiireur . .. Mirthless .. . ..l'r-1 i lllan.iy ..!'" I'rir.rity .-' 1 .ueiiTi .mec. . . .lu'i'.IenrJc McCabe. ...It', Foxv ...'! JMin.or.-l Flush . .!' Flv ruck .. 1.9 ...lZ fcfcn.i rei c. eellin. utile and a l-;e:iU): S-year-u1'!-' and ur-. on- Xainter Ileclre Wiiotv'- Mile Waiwlft Anenal . .. Mli" SI. F. Tarpie. Hriarthorre fronts . I' vineennes . ... ..t " Gravida ..ft Ascerte ..lit I reiver Dream.. ..i--I Araclme ''S :(oni-Etad .. . .1-lj Mor.'ter -AJraatecn I iilcioveriind . ... Third race. lcnta: handicap, for all agre. flv f::r- Jax-k Ratlin le .M-e-s-r . Old Enalan.1.. Rare King Iminciblo i Reliable ... . I.ady Amelia.. Gay Bov llf-mie Woith .t-n : A pension . . Cicten ...I"i Daniin ....Hli OsxoM . .725! Monet ... .lulcrovrn Prince. . ..117. 1 Fo-irth race, the p;ri--nt Handicap, for all pen. otie-imle nnd an eichtii: Htalwart 1 1 CChef ney Dolly I-ian-er . ormenrft's Rial-.: ....nc Kieh eha::reHor ti: ....i:i, Mlreola :" . ..ilT.K:nor.u Bel!" X ....111 BrcomsUdi li". Fif.h longs: race. eillnc. for 2-year-o.l, ilx .tuvenaca Foxy Dan K : -Iron llart -Winchester . .. Ralberl .Il.li Joftn'ton.. ..1'ijGo to Win ..107 Mor.leorder ..1"7. The Chantlcl-'r. . .. KlUeltl Henr ..''l nirt Jjfe :' Niblick . i-sl . M .101 ft . i iii; Sixth race, slvtee rib: maiden 3-5 ear-elds, ore mile and .1 Water Panry. Trouville Btn Crork'tt JAMAICA SELECTIONS. REPUBLIC 5PBCIA1- Ne-r Tork. Oct. 1?. S-iectior.: VIm: Race MlrtMefs. Auatin Alln. rrlority. Second Race Pronta, Monster. Wastvlft. Third Race-r.c!!ab!e, l.jy .melli. Gay Bay. Fourth Race McCheinej. Stalwart. Ifish Chancellor. Fifth Race Go to Win. Chanticleer. Niblick. Sixth Race Ben Ciockett. Water I'an?y. Trouville. HAYES LEADS THE WINNER!". lias W.in More Than HI 0.000 at the flelmar Mretinc Tom Hayes is out In the lirht in the list of winning owners at the Delmar meet ing, as there musL be. credited to him not only the winnings of the hor racing in his" own name, but also those, racing in the firm name of T. P. Hayes & Co. The combined earnings of the l:ors23 in Hayes's hands since the beginning- of tho Peltnar meeting; six weeks ago to-day ex ceed tVi.Vn. and h will In all probability lead the. list to the close, as he has just as good a chanoe to win the one remaining stake, the Forecast, to be run next Situr day. as any other owner. It looks now as though the winner -MI! come from either the Hayes. Hughes or Schreiber bant. Clint Burnett Is doing exceptionally well the latter days of the mpetinsr, Kxtol and Edith -May having: developed into excel lent breadwinners, though in Jockey Dick son he has a "horse" worth both the oth ers. Those who have thus far won J500 or over are as follows: t T J Haves ;S.J?) G. W. Millar 75 JJra. M. OoMblatt ?. F. V. Abel Co.. JH J. C. Milam -. Co. .!! V. M. Earrow... . .J W. W. Elliott 4.520 N. J. Cetslanotto. 5-: B. Schrelwr 4.152 CT.inn lAirsittie i T. P. Hayes A Co. 'A II Roblmsn C. E. Burnett & W. .. Fric- ''! Co 3,11' C. araoss Co.. W. T. A. Gay ittl WllUam Mui'-cey . J. II. Hughes.. .. J,iK C. J. Brockmilier. ; Mt". SI. A. Law- Mrs. W. P. Per son Xili kins t CO 51 W H. Hierj. ir2 D. L. Snon- S2 S. M. Williams... 2.1 Martin t Walker, nz. c. xfcawacler.... -1-c rt. N Vestal 57: Hiciey Bros i.i J. c Ctin Cl C A. Chlnn fe Co. 1.S15 H. S. Oear & Co.. 3 W. Col-A Co 1.5l E. Trotter 343 W. F. Scntilte... . 1,471 w. r. Srrling.... '. J. P. Banahan A. Mollrill li; Co. 1.5H Fred Cook X J. rt Bratton l.fj JI. PlefT.e jt3 Jran & Co l.'-S2 p. L3U.-U ?.7 W. P. Hn- 1.C3 O. W. Boardman. "55 3. B Burnett 1.3 C Dovle Sfi P. M. Ovill ,1Kl A. J. Jackon... . rji A. H. rndl-tcn.. l.f G C. Bak-r Xi P. J. Milieu 1.15 Mrs. Anna Given.' x Jchn IIu.1man I.'4 w. D. 5trlnK'r.. . ?-e Ttice Btq. l.iyyi CAUILLK J4. ORPHANS 2. Call Ill's Men Win From CracU Local Tram In Easy Fashion. "Big- Bob" Talbot, primed and ready for a ccntcst against the Orphan Boys, de feated that organl7ation at Kulage's Park yesterday by a score of 14 to " T?Ibot was not the enly player on Ca bin's team who contributed to the locals" success. The boys behind Talbot batted the sphere hard throughout the game. All the members of Cahili's team lit on Bleger and Zleger.Iuss almost at will. The, score: l Dlel. Orphan Boy". AU.H.O.A.E. . AB.II.O.A.1;. Geyer. rf.. 4 2 1 o o Mueller. ;ij :: 1 1 l l r-fcea. c.... 5 2 2 10 Metiirer. 3t 4 1 1 a . Kwnier. 30. 4 2 1 Rahm. c .. 4 II 3 2 I Walsh. lt.. S 2 11 ! Sch'Ser. lb. 4 2 15 " 1 mix. ;b.... s s t 1-toMicn.s 4 i : n Kllnp. cf 3 : 1 ! Krieoler. rf 4 1 1 Moaiy. It. ( ! I Olt. rf I S n I Truesdale.a t 2 Z 3 ( GIMea's. it 4 I 2 n 1 Tslbot. p.. 3 0 " 2 C Bieser. p.. 1 u i ; ' ' z.e-jua-. p. 2 t rt Total ...J7 l27i:2 Tota's .34 21 13 Dlels 0 7 10 2 10 3 Orrteu Boys ) I H t -II In:ec nifia-: i. T-v.vfccj hits ICchlcr 1. icmc iur.1 V;h 1. Sw.-r:t-ce hlW KHng J. 3r.ib..ft pty iCltr r. anJ V.'Alia 3; Kchler. ia i4 Wal.a . IaId -TJii iui t. .'oien tares Geer 3. SLea J. KoItr 2 rriesilale 3, Rohm 3. GIMenaCE 1. rill by pitcher Talrot 1. Bleger 1. Wild pltchra Aieentiaj 1. Bases on pall TaHiot 1. Bleger 1. .'.eenfuss L Strike OUt-lith-K 1. Sieger 3- iusizc wl-aed Kie gtr , Ziegenfust J. Hits On Weger S. eff Zteger-fuss 5. Left on tarts Dleis 4, Orphan Boys 7. Time cf came One hour and thirty mlnutez. Umpire At. Warner. Itlonmer Girls Beaten nt Taylorrllle. .Taj-krv1I!. lit, Oct. 15. The Boston BIootnr Gttl baseball team was defeated here to-day by the Crerccnu. Score. M to S. Tjimaroat Cobwebs Win. Xhiquoln. III.. Oct. 35. Tb Tamaroa Ccbweas defeated the Ouquoin Japk h?r to-day by a score of 7 to S. Staunton nines Won. Staunton. I1L. Oct- It. The Staunton Blues dafaatnl th Glllesp: bfiwball te4Un hr to 4nft.SiJJalX. -K . -- - S..-'-"-!?fa.'.-5.t5V- BECKLEY OF CARDINALS THIRD I'iist Baseman Has Arei-age for Season uf .3-5. and Catcher Urady is Tied With tfuymoiir of Cincinnati for Fourth I'late Hau.? Wagner Heads the List With .Gl'J St. Louis Team Fourth in Team Hitting. N.-w York, Oct. !. l-'ollowius arc the official batting avetases uf Xaikim.1 LtJgu-: Iiajeis who participated in tittcen or more championship games nuring the t.-i.i of il., as compiled Dy bccreUry U. '. (i. is .. v... :; 14J I'tl Y.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.izi A.B. VM :i :.i a3l ::'s.t 4.1 1 l3t 27S iT i')l 4.-) 3U Ml S4 4y. 4S 4itV Vi kit $W 474 41:1 i 577 441 ?I Sil Wagner. Pittsfaurs .... I'nmtii. Cincinnati and :'X'tviec.V. t. Jiuts.. .t-.. ri:inr. i ir.c-iniMti ... '.iilAUV. St. Louis i.'iianc-e, Clncaso Dunn, ri-w York -"p I'larke. riitss-ir? fi- Ht-aumnnt. I'lttsourtT IvI Tium. l'niladelpnU Iff iiiu.tia'. I nil.i-.-iplii.'. KTJ iessier. Hrnnkiyn r.) McG:mn. .Ni-w i ork 141 .chul.i. t'niejii :? l)e!alt..iit. Gorton US Jlolan. Cii-.c.iinati 13 tiuv.eii, i'inmnaii 1 llresiishan. New Tork i-'T Bnmi!.-. .sew ' -irk Hi SJIOf'l'. St. Louis 1TT Dcvli'i. New v"rK l. Kel'.ey. Cincinnati 11 KHANSUX. Sr. I.0JI3 133 Ltiml-y. Brooklyn l-? JlcComiick. H .-. T. and eitts.L-i 3fa7ec. Ptiilitdplphia in ....14" ....1"J ZJ ....IS! ....VIZ ....147 ....1M ....!? VS ....l-i: ....i.v: ....131 ....US ....l.-ev ....U- H4 7 ....li ....l .... IB .... nr ....us ....11 .... :i3 3iertes, .ft oik Lush. Philadelphia lat:tcrt orn, Iitwtou CSIeasun. t'liiladeliihia .. t'ooley. Boston Tfne. B.i.m-:i Dalilen, ,.ir. York t'n-ev. Chic-iL-n IJi:.f.V. Si. l.oui5 Wolv erton. Philadelphia IC'.e-.-s. Cni(-wt;o B.-.b'o. Brooklyn McCarthy, chicjg Jvitchcy. Pii.t'b:inr Hugginr. I'in'lnnati i.et-v.-.-. I'ittshurc McChesui-y. Chit.s Xccdiiam. Boston Hlacle. I'ha-apo Dillon, Bi-noltl'.n Hoth. rhllsdr.iia Kwlnr. 'iiicinnati . . . Leach. PittsUnrz- Abt-iticrliln. Billon ... .SHAY. s:. Lo-.il-.- rARKELL. St. Louis... Bitch. BrnoklMi (liiheit. W.. New Yoik. .7IS 4fS sn 541 IS! 39 SI :.) 431 .".II 22fl .?' .773 SS-'i ft i 47-i 57 :ts: 214 141 ii VA .-.17 J ? 4J2 3oa 302 S7 507 21 34j 31 ". r. VA a m us 93 it 53 ti 43 XS 21S l?.i SI s so IV I'M 133 413 4 273 Xt 1. 2S7 KS 271 .W -"17 115 3 14S 252 12 137 W M S3 163 : in I OS 102 1N 15-1 y Si 63 40 41 121 T5 43 ir) 47 !! Schnng. litKburc and Cm mi noons. tii-ooKin Hitter. KiGoklyn Smith. H.. Iluiburg Carisi-n. Pittsburg Huhysult. Philadelphia Barry. Piiiladelphfa and Chi.. Pieinfeidt. Cincinnati Jones. 1).. Chltcgo Geier. Boston r: 113 l'". .. W5 .. 37 ..IIS ..12fl .. Si ..If-' Kllng, Chicago Peltz. ("inriiinnti Oooin. Pliiladeiphia Pliflps, i'ittsbur fJill-.crt. J.. Pitthburw; Shccksrd. Brooklyn PcliM. Cincinnati Cann-11. Boston Jackiitsch. Brooklyn DfNLEAVY. St. U-uis.... Bowerman, Xetr Tork O'NEILL, JI . St. I,otiis.... Corcoran. Cincinnati Lynch. Pittsburg: BL'RKE. St. louis 1IOUAX. Boston Maeihewsnn. Xew York .. SS .. S3 ...US .. .',1 .. w .. 2? ..LV ..111 .. 48 .Mitchell. Phlia. und Brooklvn.. 53 HILL. St. Louis 1 V.'iltse. Xew Yorir. " liranstieid, Pittsburg 139 Lundgren. Chicago 51 Tinker. Chicago i 1(1 Doyle. Brooklyn end Phlla T DOXAHCK. St. Louis and Phil. Wicker. Chicago 31 BYERS. St. Louis 17 O'Neill. J. Chicago 43 Brown. Chicago 2T ZEAUrOSS. St. Louis 25 Mnrahall. Phil.. Bos:., X. Y.... M Fisher. Boston 25 Flaherty. Pittsburg SI TAYLOR, St. Loui 41 P.ayrr.er. Eoiton 114 BARCLAY. St. L. and Boston..!; Carney. Boston ? Corridon. Clil'ago and Phil. ..-I .. S4 .. ft .. 7J .. T .. sr .. 2 .. M .. .. ss ..31 .. 45 .. 35 .. .. 32 '.'. 18 vvtiuams. fjMca.go Warner. New York Krueger. Pittsburg Strnngr. Brooklyn Woodruff. Cincinnati llcCormick. M Brooklyn. Weimer. Chicago - Bergen, Brooklyn Willis. Boston ...-. Jordan. Brooklyn -McGinnity, New York .loner. O.. Brooklyn Hahn. Cincinnati Fliggs. Chicago Dugaiebv, Philadelphia RiitfliofT. Cln. 3nd Phiia Case. Pittsburg- arc LEAN. St. Louis Hall. Pfiiladclphlr Kellum. Cincinnati , Harper. tMncinnati Cror.tn. Brooklyn 24 4S JB e.f 4.1 York 37 SSI 1 Tavior. Luther, New .MCllOiS. St. loms Fraser. Philadelphia McFARLAND. St. Louis Poole. Brooklyn Garvin. Brooklyn Ames. New York Philllppe. Pittsburg Scanlait. Pittsburg and Brook. Walker. Cincinnati Pittinarer. Boston 32 2 21 17 2 Snark. Philarielphi MeNichol. Boston Wilhelm. Boston McPiicrson. Philadelphia Miller. Pittsburg .... J7 1 1 OFFICIAL TEAM BATTING. (7. 137 IK .......157 155 155 153 135 154 A.B. 315A 31 0 .'ill 3104 5210 8KB 5133 4317 T7. 711 S73 12 f02 -07 571 131 45T Netv York .. Pittsburg ... Cincinnati .. ST. LOUIS . Chicago Philadelphia Boston Brooklyn .... SOTHERN AND MARLOWE TO PLAY IN NEW YORK. r.EPUBLIC SPECIAL N"- Y'ork. Oct. 15. There will be much of interest dolns at the Knickerbocker Thpater to-morrow eveninr. -a-hen llis Julia Jfar:or.c and K. II. Sothcrn make 'heir bow before this pub'ic as co-tars In "Rorn'o and Juliet." Miss ilarlotve has ben se"n hre as Juliet and very charm ir.s she was In the role but it will be Mr. rothern's first appearance on the New York stape a Homco It yhouid prove a very interesting even ing, for it is many a year since two :;uch actors have appeared together en tour in the tragedy. Jliss Marlowe's Julit of former days was very charming Tr.1 girl ish and appealing, and time should have added to it- dramatic effectiveness. As for Mr. Sothern"3 Romeo, he made f-o ex cellent an imnression in Ilamkt rccently that even-body will await this romantic plaver's Romeo with plcasantest antici pations. It seems that the Thursday opening superstition is about the only vhing that has not been altered redecorated or Im proved upon at Weber's Music Hall since it has been made over from Weber & Field's for the new partners row In con- I trol of Its destinies tinder the firm name of Weber & Zicgfeid. In the old days of the former partner ehln It -eras rrr nf the managerial creed 'to open each season and make all neir producttons on tnursaays, ouierwjse a hoodoo was feared and bad luck expected. In this the new regime. "Joe" Weber and Florenz Ziegfeld. still stick to Thursday as their mascot, and in consequence the season will be opened there next Thurs day night with the first presentation of 'KlgsIedy-FIggledy." Higgiedy-Piggiedy" has been written by Edgar Smith and the music composed by Maurice. The story deals with the love affairs of a certain Mile, de Char treusse of the French aristocracy and a voirnc- American- The first scene la in Switzerland. Then the characters all go to Prte. and thlnp (ret lively and compfi- : laieu. ii?i iicn .n ij"j ... ir- "-1 the young Frenchwoman and Mr. BoucI- ( Cault tnat or tne loverorn youaj Miicri-1 can. Miss Marie Dressier will appear as a scrt ot foil to Miss Held in more ways than one. She it is who will be the mat rimonial obstacle and the trouble-maker for the young lovers. Joa Webaa- sd -ttaxrir Tlnrnr, Tl? sjzs- IN NATIONAL LEAGUE BATSMEN rulltam: p.. iii H. 171 LI n:i J"l 14V T.B. 2fyi le- . 2 B. H.P.. Pet. S.1J. Sl5! 14 l't t .VAi Z.-J 71 44 2ti n 11 12 15; 1LH .5 111 3. I'.'i lil i:.l li i; 12 n s ii 11! : 14 24 lti 132 IS.: Ill Il tr. 14! 1D i Ml ir, i'il 117 l')J 11 151 12; 141 11 147 13 1 l'.S i'l I3S" 114 143 12 2H 41 M 134 i, fcl 1-i-i I.! i: t 173 15? 217 17J It. 2W 15H 21 li'4 182 i: 13' lil ItJ le.' 132 lS'l 1l l 21 I-l Tu l. .2V1 .2? .2iS is 11 12 11 I-l 11 I 1! 41 !;l 1. L" ,2.-i 2 .2n 1 .2- Z't 4 12 r. 4! If 15 14 1 11 i-. .2M .2k: 17 14 17 12 I 13 13 2 J , H 7 2S 9 jr. , 4 S I as 12 -IS:-. .2S1 lul lfji 1-2 72 :r. 131 1SS mi 139 2 14.1 I7n 111 12 12 IS I3 132 .".3 j P.-J It" 47 ! 34 21 132 Ll .2."."! 2i H 'J2 7C 4,7 1 1 12 II 1 13 "l 1.-. 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H 21 4.7 (7 r. fin 7S 24 fS 30 SI 33 a. 20 1- 21 u IS se 20 2S 19 21 22 r: 17 9 g S 9 13 It t 3 25 4 34 21 29 34 2S 3rl 25 17 ft 21 10 ID 4 1 2U IS X 1 12 5 57 12 32 SS u 21 52 4S 25 24 17 15 13 IB 9 14 2fi 13 18 17 IS 17 17 13 e S s S f, n 14 o X 4 10 4 0 4 II 17 12 4 X 3 5 II 13 14 .1 s H. 117 153:: 1332 1232 1194 IX? 1217 1142 T.B. 1773 1I4'5 174 H71 1641 113 1542 1432 2B. Ml I 1 173 157 17-3 153 159 SB. K Iii 92 e 54 50 53 H.R. 2t IS PcL JS2 s.n. s.n. 1 243 12! 1S5 123 141 II? 101 123 173 '7 TV! 153 113 205 21 24 .253 .24S .24.5 24 15 ceeds Mr. Field as Mr. Weber's stage part ner, will appear as a German team, revel ing in a tangled dialect and a now of mispronounced words. Mr. BIgelow will loom up grotesquely in the picture as a hard-up American, stranded in Europe and willing to do anything- to get off the financial rocks, and Miss Anajels and Mis Bonnie Maginn will add a touch of frolic some fun and terpsichorean gavctv to the scene. j OBITUARY. .5 MRS. ANNIE CLARK. Blcomlnston. III.. Oct. 15. While about to re tire late last nignt. Mrs. Anaie Clark, aged JC. drepced a ian,D and 3, mtatly btrn-d. SSc. reld-s floee One son. Joseoa K-rrygan or Chicago. Ia IHInr. MP.S r.OS ItETMAN. Taducah. Ky.. Oct. 35.-Mrs. Ros H-J-man aged si yrars. died this afternorn. She Icave a number 0f relatives In LouIitIe. ard a:3o )ireAL Scnwab and Mrs. Mo'e Scawab. both of Paaccaa. The remalnj T.iII te interred In lnlsvlue. T F. GREENE. . ?an7 T'I,- Oct- 1--T. F. Greene, a Ccn .ecerale soldle- und member of Camp Sterling mce. died at his home In 3a;i? ia-t n'jrx Oommander J. H. Taylor c7 Camp Snt.ig J'nce sad the pallbearers acccmpan!e-l t.1e too. to Celar Hill, twelve n-.ll-s frcm Dalla.. ths afternoon, irhcre the old vt;eraji -xas oun-l la the Confederate uniform he wr.re at th surrender. In ISts. THOMAS JOHN. DaL'ae. T.. Oct. IS. 2;eir vsi -ece'vj here to-dav nf th death at It5s.veil. N. Jf.. Jf Thontai John, formerly of Hafts, and Rist lind. Ter. Deceased -r-as P2 yjars old. a M;i Ican War veteran and a Confederate aoldler of the Twelfth Louletaca. Infantry. He 1 to be burled at Eastland. Tex. MRS. II. T. BAIRD DEAD. Denver. Colo.. Oct. 15. Mra. It. T Bjlrd. well known In Missouri as an educator. d:ei here last Thursday. At one time ehe a presi dent of Ingleslde College. Palmyra. Jla. then of Hardin College. Mexico. Mo. In 1W she. with- her btiiband. founded Bated C3iler. Clin ton. Mo., rf which she was president thirteen leare, -when., advancing sears and declining Health compelled her retirement. Eirlnff-DnqolB Game a Tie. rTt ith? aSSilit Du, elevens t tne xorrcer piac jeaieroay resuueo in a ti- to . Kelly, half back fcr Duciuoin. mafie a 55nauonai ena run. Olory Team Vietarlona. OIm-aJU.. OcL 1. Olney defeated the B-d-rncnt Cfcb here to-day la a cne-slded game by the sccfl, of If to . Ollle Pickirlcc pitched the Ur. ufc-a inalai for Olcrjv SOUTH AFRICA A GREAT FIELD Edward 1'. -Mathers or London. Arfcuowlodjicd Authority on Af fairs on Dark Coiiiini nt. Sav That Sine tin- fhue of War the I 'art That W,w t!i- Tn.aier of Hostilities Ha- Entered Upon an Era of luparalieli'il i'ro.-pi'iit All 'lasses Fniie to Work for Common Weal Lal-or f'rohl-m Solved by Employ ing (,'hinese Anierh-ans (Jnitker lo lleali.e and Take Advan tage of E.iisiiie.ss ()iorriinities Tliait Enlishni'ii. "r2&&' 4 " !3rVV -llMfsHh. - ".hPf JB7gWlalBaaaTaTaTaTaTaTaaTaTaaBWTtiaKa ECW.VSI) P SIATIaEXS. f - S PP. Editor of -'outh Africa, and distinguished British ji.ja.u5i. Exporitio.t. Sou:h Africa, especially the Traniva.il end that part of the continent which was the theate- of operation.-, durins the British-Boer War. h; entering-rtut on a period of commercf3l prosperity Tteretofure un kr.ovn in the history of nations .-.ml now offers the great'-?: f opport-n'it.' tr. the American manufacturer or the bu.-ine3 man engaged in any iine of commercial activity. . - ' ThK in brief, is the message wi-Icli U conveyed to America by BIward P. Math ers. F. G. S.. F. It. G. S.. of London, the acknowledged' premier authority on South African rffair? and the editor an! pro prietor of Sot'th Africa, the. well-known'! weekly pub'ic-Jtion devoted to the b-j-'-ais interrst? of the Dark Cnritiiien. Mr. Matiie.-." i now in SI. lyiui": vititin the Kxposition. and most conlially talkI of tho condition of .ffl.iirs In South f rlcs. with especial relation to the state "f commerce nud internal improvements in the Transvaal sire" the signing of "he treaty of peace between the Britons and th" Boers. "The Ens'.ts'.i colonies in South Africa." said Mr. Mathers, "are now absolutely at peace, und ju?t at the threshold of an era of commercial activity, which, in the purview of the close student of political and commercial affairs in that country wiil bo a record unrivaled in the past his tory of the world, and a marker for fu ture generations. Since peace was con cluded, at the end of the British-Boer struggle, all classes have unite,! in a com- mnn ejtrjri to nt-ai past uui-n.-'i.;-. rfu-i join in the work of rehabilitating th counirv and renewinc the spirit of prog ress which wns- just reaching its culmina tion when the war broke (it. OI'TLOOK IS PROPITIOl'S. "This work has been progressing, slow ly, it i true, but nevertheless surelv. nnd we ran now say that most propitioti- is the outlook for the future in every Kne of commerce and business. "After the treaty of peace had been signed Great Britain faced in eno.inous task. By thr obligations imposed -upon her it wa necessary that the troops which had bfen maintained during the war be DR. CHAS. .re SatHfnctnrj- In Ktrrjr C-nr Hrranc They Are Omtplrtr anil There 1 o roIb!e Chnnee of Ihe DieaT Kter Itettirnlns. "To euro any disease is to blot our every symptom, restore ihe pa tient to perfect health in even way that the disease has affected so that not a sign will ever recur during life." Ciias. A. DufT. -M. I. There are o nimtr men nulTerlnc: from rhrnnlt CHAS. A. DUFF. -M. I. DUFF. GLAKD. ClirtG Oil NO CHAIKiK Absolntely Every patient is cum n iTrlttrn cii.-ir-.:nlrc li rrfnn.l rit-rj- dollur paid for .srrv- Ieet In it ieclfled length f time If they and entire sntlsfnrtlon. nnd inynrll-kmiuii In nn-rnne that 1 am enllrrl? rrsDon-ftble Consullallon Trre. Connili-ntlal and InWtril. both a- office and by corrc-';" spondence. Successful treatment by mall. Terms are always made to cuit the ' conx'enience of anyone applyinsr for treatment, and very reasonable charges. D A not treat elsewhere until you have investi-jated my methods and terms. Office hours durmjr vreck. S a. rr. to S p. m. Sumljys. to 1. CIIAS. A. DUI-'r. . ll StO nilvc- Street. .St. I.o-.ii-.. Jto. S:urlInston nuilding. Directly Opposite South Side of Post Office. DI SEASESofR MXI A 71 I.ncnst St.. KoUcti xicurs - a. sa to 7 p. m; Sjturjay to 3 p. re.: Sunday 3 to 32 cnly. City racra will pruve esr.-ibihed practic- e:ace r S-r back nurnbera cfThi It-ub'.fe an.i be convinced. You see DOUTon WHlTTliill la perron. NO SUBSTITUTES- Mod-rate char;?j. FOR HOI3ST TREATmEmr. iXzrts all Chronic. Srrtou'. Illooei. bktn and L'ria-KryDlaestJteM toth wxw- Scrrua Debility, I.ORt Jlani.ood. Ktc prtiducine ncnciun, d'-jniiencr and iTitaMene cr tjruitn fcr bailns? or mar fiastt'tetult? cf crron. FcttroanhtvMj. milky urlnr. rrrinte weakae?. quJcJt r.esi". etc Pow-priestorerJan.: a ri-iical cure uarant;ed nianlf.1 Kre 11 k Blood I'oinon-All jitajsn. ICexemrx. Mcer.. und for Iffe-by safo ra-ans. ItJauk' st Urlnmry an4 llladder alIaiKt nickly curd; l3lnfuU Ulincult. Ton Fr-jutnt er Boc4jr Uilat: a:o private da cbitrnctln- wnaarr ivax: BSant iS. Free Pllet and nil Kectnl dlsea-e cir-.U Modem mcthcrlj; no cutt:r.p. Call .ir writ for advice 4nrcrlcnl ns. wlitfar ronxfnital or acauirad. saccessfully treated.. nrlcocelc in daja Medical Dictionary and Adviser f.-e atwfSce or afvd b7 nsall: thirty pa picture. DR. WHITTIER. .1S. FOR ENTERPRISING AMERICANS a o j now visuinjr the withdrawn, and at Hi" same time, '.crfer the immediate (!i-e-tion a-r! repor.' I'illty of tire Government, th? Boers. wl" lijid ben sent previously from the f?u-i-try during- the ptogrer- of tlie war. had to fce i-rousht bacU to thetr native t-"-I "a FCon as thev enrv.-rd :! tiaih -'f ri leslance. Ail of tiii time the Britr-h Gov ernment was caring for the wiv-s ond rart ilies of those who had been under -rm-. end in truth it na.i an enoncntp -ask. which, -.villi marvelous nntlence and th-cp-a'e". co:sitleration. w:is fitnll-.- fr formed wIth-co-npIterucxii.'. - Durinc: this period, natti-nlly. the development of th great cokl-minn'r; i"dustrj'. which I the ery life of that portion of th continent and" the mainstay practically of all south Africa, was neglected perforce. "The reason for thW negle -t I-iy eHir'v iu the v.ict that lalvr v.a io"-e if iicult to obtain than before. Be fore the war all or th" work under CTOund in th" vast system of ciI mine tv-ax performed by the Kaffra. "Tlicv had been content to work for the ni paid bv the companies which contro'lrd the mines and lived in peace ami happi-iies.-t. At het. they are an idle. ret-Invinc peoolc. and tli Ir only care in life 1 a sufficient Income to buy a wife and in crease the number of wives as wealth in creases. With the advent of the w"ar the service of th" Kaffirs were greatly In demand by both British and Boers, who used them as drivers and in other ways, but not as combatants. Por this service they secured a sufficient remuneration tn. enable them to live for a tim" after th close of hostilities in comparative afflu ence. When the time arrived to resunte operations in the mines th" Xj-fflrs did not care to work at a reduction In the rat of -wages which had been the omnun scale previousiy Nor. indeed, at any rate, to 3 sufficient extent, and op-ratiois were much hampered. The conseijuence v-at that the great wave of commercial tip buildinc: and prosperity which baI been - expected did not materialize as quickly a Ivtd been hoped for. This problem has -now been scdvrd by the importation oC Chinese labor, and at the present time there arc now in the Transvaal or on shipboard bound for South African ports) n.'W Chinese, and with this- labor the mine owners are deycioplntr In an ever inrreasine: nitio the inexhaustible riches -of the country. ' GREATEST GOLD PRODUCER. "Within the last year this development has been most marked, and the utitput now shews a production of t-oId practi cally eaual to that of the period ju.t pre- DUFF'S CURES I'eUIr nUene- nnI Ihe crealer Diimher of thee Irtlm are Mill more unfortunate in treating with doc tor vrho kaou imlr eaotish to srodnec tempo rar- r--.ult. or a fnl.tr rtirr if tbej- ue-ceeetl ia beta efltinir the .iiffrrrr nt all. There i no neh thine ni ;i pnrtlnl cure of zi Hi-wac. and the physic Inn wlnre method rioc mil ernillcnlo cery entice e.nnnnl rlchtly etaim to do tuorr than rclleir. Mjr ivii Ir lletlitd icure every man A UF5L0HB CURS F3H E.THSf. BLOOD POISON, STRICTURE, NERV- " OUS AND SEXUAL DECLINE. LOST MANHOOD, PILES, RUPTURE, HY- . DROCELE AMD DISEASES OF THE -KIDKEYS, BLADDER and PR9STATE 2 no chsree unless sntufn-llnn is ziiea. m do not reeelte n eomIete. Ilfrtoac rur- finanrinl ntzindin? 1 uCirleat rtiiifBceap flir-lnv -ntiti-f fliftf l mtl fninltH eALL OA ftfi'.TE U1,I.. niiin nil. :tl. VZ, St. LodU.31u- J, tr