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THE AltGUS, SATURDAY, JULY 21), 181)3.
Highest of all in Leavening Pover.
The Effect of the Tines on Na
ECKELS GIVE3 THE T2UE FIGUEE3.
NnmlMT of I Hilur' Miiliiiilietl ! Two ly
the li (-Only 10." in Ihr Hand of the
(oiiitr!!T atnl Many Ku initio ltu.ti
tir, WltiW' Otln-r An1 Authorised So
to Io Sitm l.uti ClfIlHM'S.
Was!Ii;TiV, July ill. 'Keceut (lis
ptclii'H having ap;i'arpti in t lie newspa
pers," suiil I'cunptroIkT of the Cunvmy
rii-kels to n reporter, "that sinec Jan. 1,
2 o national kinks have failed, I have
prepare 1 a statement tiiat t lie puV.ic liny
le pr.i; erty hsfuriiic-il. Instead of 2 ) hnv
itiK closed their doors but li have i ttont
intT t !k- hands of the comptroller of the
currency. Fourteen of this unrulier have
nlreaiiy r "-nine i l.iintss under favoruliie
conditions im.i nossi-ssed of the conlidetue
of the communities where they are located, j
and during Uie ensuing week its is expect
ed several others will have complied wilh
the reciuirements of the comptroller and
reopened, while prior to Sept. Inn equal
nuniher will resume. Out of the total of lo."
closed hut thirty-seven have koup into the
linnds of receivers, tin-linl.-ineo cither hav
ing reopened or aresti'l in the hands of
examiners with strong prospects of re
opiriiiier. Some Turtlier Finanrlal Farts.
"I'ive of the l':." hanks are capitalized in
thcnmotint of 1 nxi im. one at scjto.Ooo, i
iimM tl.irl v.siv nt .-! in CI nmlthe 1
remaining at .V'o. iV).oo.i. J loo.cno and
"less, 1'tit more than .Vi.Ooii; the creator
nundie'r, however. lieiiiR from $100,0 iO to
SLUM to. By pe graphical sections the
failures are distributed as follows: New
KriKland states, 2; Eastern states, 2: Mid
dle and Mississippi valley states, ir; North
western btrfi-s, : Western states,
Soutliern states. -2.1. Twenfv-one states '
and territories hnye reported no nationid
bank failures, as followS Alaska, Arknu- .
nas, Delaware. Idaho, Ixmisiana, ..Mary
land, Minnesota, New Jersey, Ithode Is
land, Vermont. West Virgini-i, Arizona,
Connecticut. District of Columbia, Indian
Territory, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada,
lVnisvlvania. Soirh Carolina. Virginia.
M tit-re lliii.k- lmve sloo.l the Strain.
"No national itaoks have faiifsl in Bos
ton. Broivlyn. l'h.ladelplda. Pittsburg,
Baltimore, Washington, Builalo, Cincin
nati. St. Louis. New Orleans, San Fran
Biscn, Minneapolis. St. I'aul and numbers
of other great oiniiurcial centers, and but
one has closed in New York, two in Chi
cngo and one in Milwaukee. The causes
of the failures in New York r.nd Chicago
were due largely to mismanagement, as
were numbers of others. L-ical scares
have caused iuauy of Jut j to suspend.
Nine of the bank-, failed were robbed by
officials, who are now under arrest.'"
The comptroller sai 1 that fourteen other
national banks have been authorized to
resume business, one being the Capital
National at Indianapolis and the others
located lit California, Texas, Utah, Wash
ington, Missouri and Kentucky points. Ke
added: "Many more will reopen, as the
majority of those recently failed are Abso
lutely solvent and only closed through an
unwarranted lack of confiden e in them,
causing disastrous runs. There are-nt this
date 3,752 national banks in operation."
THE PREVAILING DEPRESSION.
Day's Keport of Its K.flert on Vurioim In
stitution. PoiiTLANT), Ore., July 2!l. The failures
of the Oregon National and Northwest
Ijonn aud Tnist company have lieun fol
lowed by a run on the Merchants' National,
and the suspension of the Union Banking
company. The former met every demand,
paying dollar for dollar. This seemed to
have the most quieting effect and none of
the other lmnks sufTered any trouble at all.
AVisronnin ltiinkH Closed.
Sl'AUTA, Wis., July 2U. The M. A.
Thayer bank closed its doors and the bank
of Sparta, of which Ira A. Hill is presi
dent, also suspended payment. The banks
were closed in the in.erest of all deposi
tors, as the prolonged strain in the finan
cial condition of the country had caused
many depositors to withdraw their money.
Both banks are believed lo be sol vein..
ll:kd A Kccelver Appointed.
l'oirri.AM". Or.. July 2!i. I-wis & Dry
den, the largest publishing house in this
section of tiie country, has gone into the
bands of a receiver. The object is to pre
vent an attachment so that the conce-n
may continue its business under r. re
ceiver. Assets, fully .?100,0', mid debts
not more than ?20,l(l().
Seems to Have Alilindllllt Ansel.
Cl'.K ACio, July '-!. On application of
Adam S. Mathesoit, Judge Collins has ap
pointed lintiert K. Story receiver for the
west, rn branch of the American Tube and
Iron company of Peiiusylvania. The en
tire assets of the concern are estimated at
$2,700,00 as against liabilities of f 1,200,000.
lias Aeta Double or Liabilities.
Hamilton, O., July 2!. The MacNeale
& Urban Safe and Lock company, one of
the largest concerns of its kind in the
country, hos made an ussignmnet. The
firm's liabilities are estimated at f 100,000,
with assets fully double that amount.
Mosher'n Ttank Will Fay 10 Per Cent.
Omaha, July 2t. The Capital National
bank of Lincoln, wrecked by Charles
Mosher, will pay 10 per cent
Chinese to Help the Midwinter Fair.
SAX FnANCIsco, July 29. The Chinese
Six companies have subscribed &,000 to
the midwinter fair. In addition to this
they will bring the Chinese exhibit from
the Chicago fair hither and will have a
number of new features. Among things
promised is a floating Chinese village.
Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
AIR ATTENDANCE IS LOW.
Ideal V i her ami a irnil Show, Tint
Ciiicaco, duly Sit. There TT.fiOfi people
paid their way into the World's fair yes
terday. The f; ir is located near tliecenter
of population f the United States, and in
view of the int dliirenee of that population
it is not snrnridnx '.hat the directory at
the start ex pec ed an attendance of J'M.iioO
1 TA!MMKY v. ivk fi;i:rAi:iN(i KOOIV
I daily. I.ut tiny do not come. It is not
i the fau.t of the exposition, for it is not ex
aggeration to w y that ne ver in the history
of the worh' wis such a feast spread fur
the eye and hrain of mankind. From the
Dahomey village at the west end of the
l'litisance to th lake, and from the north
to the south lit tits of the park there is one
uiieriilini; collect ion of the curious, beauti
La Hahida co.iveut was the center of in-
i terest to peoura pliers yesterday. The Col
umbus nianns'Tipts and other relics in
that quaint building were examined by
the National Geographic conference, and
later a meeting was held in Festival hall,
when a number of papers were read, oue Of
which by l'ul du Chaillu demonstrated
that America was discovered by the Xorse-
men hundreds of years before Coliimlnia
The Scnndin; vinn singers also met at
Festival hall an I gave some fine music,
there lieing l.oo ) singers with an orchestra
of 12(1 pieces. This morning the singers
marched in pnx ess-on and mnde a beauti
At the Art institute the educators held
in' cresting me'tin,:s, one of the most in
teresting features of which was the per
formance of a g;rl of 12 years, born blind,
deaf and dinih. This child had been
taught to speak. She spoke hidtingly, it is
true, but she sr oke.
Owing to t!u Sunday ope ing case in
Judge Stein's court the council of admin
istration has jjassed an or.i. r owning the
fair .tomorrow. To close the gates would
subject the fair directors to penalties in
RAILWAYS GET A RESPITE.
From the Operations of Nebraska T.aw
Omaha, July 2.. A writ of injunction
has been granted by Judge Dundy in the
L'nited States c mrt restraining the state
board of trausp irtation from reducing the
freight rate ag-eed upon by theailroads
of the state in their readjustment of their
rates to meet the requirements of the
"maximum rat s" law passed by the last
legislature. The suit was filed by the Chi
cago, Burlington and Quinry, and the al
legation is t jat the Imard intends to mak9
cuts on the rate; that will compel the road
to do business ar a loss. The petition also
claims that the law is in conflict with tlio
federal statutes and with the constitution.
The order granted is temporary and only
effective until the ceecanbe heard upon
its merits whirl will be Sept. 4. None of the
oilier companies operating in the state
joined with tin Chicago. Bnrlingto.i and
Qtiincy in the ne-e. It is cxpeced, how
ever, that nil except the roads exempr-d
from the provisions of the law will 1 ap
plications. Tin exempted lines are those
builtinee Jan. iss'.i. Tin; new law goes
into effect Aug. 1.
No lelny for Distiller.
"Washington, July 2i'. Secretary Car
lisle has replied to a request of the Ken
tucky distillers for an extension of ninety
days in which to pay theii revenue taxes
upon their whisky, which lias been held
three years in bond, that the law is im
perative and leaves him no discretion in
the premises. J-othesa distilleries when
the three years ; re up, which will be this
month, will hae to pay the tax.
Governor Holes Oat of Politic.
KEOKt K. la., July i'!). Governor Boies
is in the city. He said: "I am through
with politics. Under no circumstances
will I accept unother nomination for gov
ernor, and so fat as my being a Candida. e
for senator is t oneeriied such is far from
the case, as 1 woald not accept it as a gift,
When nvy preset. t term expires I shall re
tire to private life."
' A M.d lo" I Insane, Too.
Houston, Tex , July 2!). One hour lie.
fore the time set for the execution of
Walter E. nha.v, the matricide, a tele
gram was received from Governor Hogg,
granting respite of one week to examine
into Shaw's nnntal condition. He mur
dered his mother and his aunt.
Won by the Uome Crews.
Minneapolis, July 2!. At the first
day's races of the, Minnesota aud Winni
peg Bowing assc ciatioti home teams won
everything in f ight, the Minnesota and
St. I'aul clubs tnking nil four of the races
easily, with the Luriine club, of this city,
Ten-Year-Old Girl Horsethlef.
Siocx ClTT, Ia., July 29. Nannie Hoyt,
a 10-year-old girl, has been locked up
here for liorse-stealing. A week ago she
stole a horse at d pha-ton from a livery
barn and drove t J Huron, S. D., a distance
of 200 miles befoie she was captured. Her
home is in Topeka, Kan. - .
LOSING THE FIGHT.
The Strikers in thaCoal Mines
KEGEOES AT WORK NOT MOLESTED.
Ftmt Shipment From Weir City for Over
Two Month Strikers to Try a New
Departure Matters at Denver Ouieting
Down Feeding the I'neioployed Chief
Ramupy Denies Thoso Charge Penn
sylvania Strikers Accused of Conspiracy
Kansas City, July 2,.i The operator
are now co- 'dent that the b.ickiione of
the miners, strike in southeastern Kansas
is broken. Tle first shipments i f coal
from Weir City for over two months have
ln-en made. Four carloads were shipped
to Kansas City by the Central Coal ami
Coke company. Everything is piiet at
Weir City, Pittsburg and . itchfie'.d. The
number of guards at each place has lv.-n
reduced. The guard-at Kansas and Texas
shafts 47 and Is at Weir City n ported
that they beard ten cr twelve shots
firel during the niu'..t. None of the
guards at ot ' r shafts has reported an ex
planat.o'.i a .1 Sheriff Arnold 'says he is
s tt;s!;i'd t h-.t a former guard mimed Smith,
wlio has caused trouble lvf 're. did the
shoo'.'ng. and that he will place him untie
Clement Propose a New Line,
tine hundred men a:-.- working a No. S.
Since they b; g;:n the blacks liave mita-d
six arii.ads of j-oal. The Litchfield mine
of the K'insli". and Texas Coal company is
running with over loo m groes at work.
A bout t cat;, ticrroes have deserted. ('.
G. Clements, the Top ka agitator, is plan
ning t.i brim.- proceedings to get some of
the negroes out of the stockade aud ascer
tain whether they are really restrained of
their liU'rty as ailegi'd by those who are
The Slrikers Jubilant Over liiell Hill,
Tht'itrikers are jubilant over the action
of the ioo Rich Hill miners w ho went
out. at.il dec'-ire now that their ultimate
success is as-ured. When it is necessary
to leave the st.K-kade the negroes avoid the
strikers as much as possible, as the feel
ing against the imported men is bitter and
there is darker of fights when the two
classes get together. The sheriff basis
sued a proclamation which is being posted
on th Kansas and Texas property, warn
ing strikers tiiat they will bo punished for
trespassing if they go onthe grounds.
RAMSAY COURTS INVESTIGATION.
He Denies Kvery Charge Tladc Against
Him situation r.l Denver.
Sf.DAUA, Mo., July 2s.- Grand Chief
D. ti. llamsey, of the Order of Bailwny
Telegraphers, pns&ed through here en
r mte to St. Iiouis. Asked regarding the
charges preferred against him by the Oma
ha division of dishonesty and immorality
he sel: ''I ".eny each and every char-.-.
The fact is the whole matter is attributa
ble to an operator w ho holds a report orinl
position on an Omaha paper. He desired
my iniluence in his effort to become editor
of the organ of our order, uvd when re
fused he !ie'aii his personal attacks. I
have arrested the charter ot t he Omaha di
vision and court a thorough investiga
Colorado' Capital I- Ouieter.
Dknvki:, July 211. The situation in D r.
ver now is more reassuring. There is
an alis tice of gatherings on the etreetj and
it is evident he nuthoritus j'.re in the rrns
tery. The coroner's jury in the ca.-e of
Are., i returned a vt rdi.-t that he came to
his ilett h " the band of persons tin
know . Dm Hardy has been arrested ns
one of he lc -ders in the ri- t. One thou
sand timm, loved were fed at the new
military camp in liiver Front park trul
8-veral hundred men have lieen shipped
o:tt of the city.
S.rlt. : .Vrreslr5 far Conspiracy.
PlTTsi'.i i:c.,Ju'y 2!). Fifteen of the strik
ing plate g.ass workers nt Irwin, Pa.,
have lieen ai rested on charges of conspir
acy. Tne insinuation was made by Pres
ident Phillip Semner, of the Pennsylvania
Plate Glass company, and alleges that the
defendants by force and threats prevented
men from working who desired to work.
Additional informations were made by
Hector Kegiaux, a workman, claiming to
have lieen assaulred, and by a woman who
declares she was threatened the strik
ers. "More Shut Down Kcported.
FALL Kivr.lt. Mass., July 2!. The Weet
amoe mill managers have publicly an
nounced their intention to shut down
four weeks in August. It is reported that
the Flint and American linen mills will
shut down in August for a longer or short
er period, dependent wholly on the condi
tion of the money market. .
Six Mill Ouit Work.
Pr.ovniF.NcK, July Tim following
mills in Burrillviile have closed: A. B.
Sales & Sons, Arnold & Perkins. Job V,
Fiske.Jr., Y. A. , .nnan. William Tink
hum iS: Co., J. 1). Nichols & Sous.
Cot in Time and Help.
Buincr.roKT, Conn., July 2'.). The Wil-
mot ifc Hobbs Manufacturing company has
dispensed with about half its employes
and in future will run eight hours a day
for five days a week.
Will Kan the Mills' on Half Time.
Boston, July 2!. At a meeting of the
directors of the Treniont and Suffolk mills
at Lowell, it was voted to operate this mill
on half time beginning Monday next.
Shut Down for Five Weeks.
BlDliEKORli, Me., July 29. The directors
of the mills in Saco have voted to shut
down the mills for five weeks.
ew Orleans Wr-ia'. i.-i
ClSCIXXATI -tnltr oo Tl. r "
j . yuitu ana
Crescent roi te has authorized a $23 00
r,, cAi.uiaiuu iifiui xew uneans to
Chicago and return.
Got tbe Mitten Every Tirr e.
"I can matTy any girl I plcace," wae hie excla
mation, bnt nnfortuuaiely then he did not please
any; and there was a plain reason for it. He had
contracted catarrh of tbe worm form, and. al
though wealthy, educated, attractive person
every other way, be was positively repulsive to
bis lady friends, a number of whom rejecttdhis
offers of marrnge. A fr'end advised him to use
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Bemedy. He took bis advice.
and now is the most popular beau in town, and he
realty tan "marry any girl be pleases" to ask.
It made hii breath pure and sweet, he has no
headache, no offensive discharges from the nose.
I n short. Is in perfect health, and all from uslu""
a few bottles of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
Davt a ..ai-iity in LnrK.
Cleveland, Ju.y VX A white man
.named Davis was released from the Ohio
penitentiary and went to Corning, O.,
where he found bis wie living with a
negro. He loaded tip with whisky and
went to his wife's home, and in the gen
eral fight t lit ensued James Clifford, a
white man, was shot in the breast and
died a few minutes later: his wife was
shot in the tUigh and is suffering greatly;
Davis hiutseU was seriously cut about the
head, breast aud arms and cannot recover,
and a colored man named Walker was
shot in the leg. Both Mrs. Davis and the
colored man who l.ved with her escaped
with only a few slight cuts and bruises.
la called the "Father of Diseases."
It is caused by a Torpid Liver,
and is generally accompanied with
LOSS CF APPETITE,
BAD BREATH, Etc.
To treat constipation successfully
It is a mild laxative and a tonic to
the digestive organs. By taking
Simmons Liver Regulator you
promote digestion, bring on a reg
ular habit of body and prevent
Biliousness and Indigestion.
"Mr viffe was sorrly dwtrew.l v 'uh Oornri
tinn and coughing, followed with Tk-cdir. - . -After
four months use of Simmniis Livrr .
khe is almost entirety relievii, ;-i;i'.-i.r; -.: r
and flesh." W. B. Lektes, Ldwir:, 'J-.-
WEVERY PACIiAGE: : '
lias oar Z Stamp In red oik w-- f
J. H. ZK11UN & CO., l'UU.W;:.i:
RK YOU IX NEED?
Wart a riMk
YVanT n jaT-t:'er
Want a c iiia'fon
Want ti ic-r.t rooms
Wlmt r ervai t trill
Waul to m:! ! a farm
Want to ii'.-!l a hone
Want to exelmn.-c nntbiif
Want te fell lmust ho!d jriKidfi
Wart to tni'kr any ri niestn'e loa'18
Wart to sull r irsOe tt r nr.ytlili;;
Want to find customer mr niivtlun?
IMS THEs-E CI LCVN'S.
THS TAILY AHGL'S DELIVERED AT YOUR
door ever eveuinc tor IJVjt per week.
DOATIPETJ- AMI fUOMFIi WANTED AT
l Sccoru b vet tie. Call niomiujs.
WEOFFEi; AC.SSTS BIO MONfcY IX EX
ohisiw i r. itory. Clnr jaf? erll at silUi iu
ci:- rr ci untrv Aiit nis rt ;n in id actr.uliy
L'i triire r:ch. tr,e accii: in oi.e dny cleared Jiil.Sfi
So ran jou. I ': t.i nL'i:e fre. Addres A'pinc
Sufe l o , No. liii'J-oTl t Intk Mrect. C:ncir.nati. O.
LABOR. TIME, MONET
Use it yotT ot way.
It 'p tbe hetr maf
V(w ti-hins Machir nse.
WRKOCi-5 h qALSTOK,
-VHES YOU VISIT
IE WORLJ'S FAIR
Pu not iorget tr- eee the ex
hibit of lb- General Elec
iric Company in the Elec
tiicit" Bnilciiig, tbe Intra
mural Railway equipped
with Gei eral Electric Com
pany's apparatus, the Elec
tric Launc'e- equipped
with Gem ral Electric Com
pany 'u motors, and the Gen
eral Electiic company 'b Arc
Lighting Plant and Power
Generators in Machinery
Special to Ladies.
To oach of tlie (lrnt One Hundred ladies wlio
call utonr office on week beginning Monday, Juiy
17th, we will present one bottle of onr new Skin
Lotion. Three are not to be families but full
sized 4 oz. 50c bottles.
Dr. Springsteen Medicine Co.
25 Whitaker Block, Dav nport.
House Raising and Moving-
Raising brick buildings especially
Address E- A. ROUNDS,
1515 Seventh Avenue, Box 121,
Hug, Hasler, Schwentser.
Don't fail to take
numerous bargains offered at
our store at present.
KLUG, HASLER, SCHWENTSER
Dry Goods Co., 217, 217i W. 2nd St., Daveapr it. I0,a
A. WALK OVER.
Our Shoes have a Walk-over. For downright posi
tive cheapness you will find it not difficult, bur
impossible to match our fine shoes.
That is why we are selling this shoe at a figure which no other
dealer has ever dared to quote and that is why prudent pur
chasers are prompt purchasers.
Wrigrlit & Grecq await.
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Cut in Half.
We give a few of the bargains which we will
offer this week:
Japanese tea-iots 12. 14, 17c
White granite plates, 5in 03c
" Tin 05c
side dishes 0"c
corered sugars 15c
Everything in the store will be slaughtered this
week Everything must go. Come early and
avoid the rush.-
All of the above goods will be sold at and Below
Coet to make room for the Fall etock.
advantage of the fi
Our aitiet'a private opuiicn
Is that he has a walk-over.
Well, he might be much fnnb-r
from the truth. Don't take oui
wor-3 for it; investia'e tLe
matter for yourself. A small
margin on a continuous cus
tomer knocks out a big rnardn
on a single sale every rim.
White granite bakers. . .7. I1'. l.V
" platters 9.
" " scollop nappies 7.
18 tit dish pans
8 in pie tins
FAIR AND ART STORl
114 Weet Second 6treet Pavenport, Iowa.