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CAIRO, ILL., Ill I DAY MOKNINti, JULY 18,
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i must always
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ai.d KUeumatbia are liiouratjU1.
D, Think that a cure h im
n Kl T polljl" J""t lecauM) the
U )N I physicians have been unable
I to accomplish It.
N'.r think that because Athlohioiuh
n.i.1 uoi been known ever since the foumlut l"U
lit the world, It will not cure KheuiiwUsm aud
D, Neyleet the testimony of
C M T thelmndn-iUof siifT'-iersisho
VJ IN I have trie'1 A i'iiuiriioKos itinl
I are now bound aud hearty.
Nor think that because you liave tried
fifty other tiling that failed, that AruLorno
ttos Is like them.
Don't be discouraged I The very
filing that will cure Rheumatism and
Hcuralgia is ATHLOPHOROS.
Don' t be Skeptical! ATHLOPHOROS
has cured others.- It Kill Cure YOU.
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! will hmmI it i-x.r-w i-aiil, iti r" l t -l nvuhir
rrice-oiii' dollar .. rlttl -. v.i rf- rthat ymi buy
It fr-.m y.'Hr drwi-t, but if ): In-n't it. dn lot l
i . iviui.f. d ti try c.iiK-thuitr tine, but oid-jr at unui
I rem U" u d:rect d.
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No. ID L Commercial Ave.,
i'iolo A:;ent foi tli' Cclehratod
Mii.uftutorer and Dealer iu
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work
Builder' Hardware and farpent tt' Too!, Ta'i'c
and I'orki.t . tttkrv. rn.-M in the n.irket. ltot."'.ra
liroi. Waled Kt.lvi Kork. arm sd.ioi:., (jratnte
Iron Ware. Ib riia Earthenware, SVri.te Mountain
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Wrlnecr., Crown Fiuu-r. st.-ii Lvldum, liardcn
Iiiit'li'miin'ii, Coldea taril Stuvr bt iu the
world, Lamp or every ili-'H-rl, tion. Elalu Oil.
Carot t SweelMT. F ather Imsnrs. ilrouui. Win
rinw Screen iV're Cloth, Full tupply ol i'ltihlo,
The ahote st rork bottom price".
Corner U'.h nod I'ommertlal Avenue, Cuiro, 111
Telephone No. V.!.
-Matiurarturer and Dealer In
tf-.h S'.rem, between t'om'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
AI.fi KINDS OF AMC.VITION.
i.ie Kesitircd. All Kindol hei Mad.
Goldstine tt Boscinvater
136 Com'l Ave.
have full and complete lino of
. DRESS GOODS,
Lin. i, l.oods, riistei's, Notions, Etc.
A heavy etork ol Body IJrtifc, Taper
tries and lujjrain
A full stork of Oil Cloths, all sizes and prices.
A full and complete stock is closing out
at great bargains.
Ciooda at Uottom I'ricesI
JifKW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The ljiu'.uc2st Variety
IN TIIK. CI'J V.
GOODS SOLD VjURY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cir. Ninotoonth etroet t
Tins Rcsrnlar Cairo A ratlncah J'aily
SStt GUS FOWLKR
IIRNKY E. TAYLliH, Master.
UKOltOB JObKo, Clerk.
e.dneivli for Calm divllv (Sundays except
a'di at K a. m.. and Mound City at 1 v. m. Ketnrn
Iuk, IbbVc Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound City it 5 p m
.OUND AND RESCUED.
A ltenmant of Lieutenant Gree
k's Polar Kxneditiou
Seventeen of the Members of the
Expedition Die of llun
Kcr and lixpo.sure.
Eight of the Party, Incluiing Greely, Res-
cued Iroia Starvation 48 Hours
Delay Would Hava Been Fatal.
Interesting Details of the Most Successful
Polar, Expedition Ever Fitted Out
in Any Country.
Grealy Claims to Hava Planted the
American Flag- Eighty Miles in Ad
vance, of ail Other Standards.
Sr. Juiiv, N. F., July 17. Infonnatiou
ha just been receivuil here to Uio effect
that the Uteely lielii.f cxpcilitlon ha.s
succeeded iu llndiii elglitof Lleuteuant
Grtely's party alive, the Lieutenant bcln
ainoU;; them. Seventeen of the party
were louud dead. Thi.s uews conies
in a reliable uianner. liut little else
Is known except- that the suffering ol
the expedition have been frightful.
Lieutenant Groely Is the only otlicer
of th; expeditiou, and ho is iu such an
emaciated condition that his recovery is
doubtful. Lieutenant Emory fouad the
survivors and Lis description of the
scene which he witnessed Is horrifying.
Washing i on, I). C, July IT. Tim
Navy Department has received a tele
Krain from .St. John, N. F., to tlf; ef
fect that the Alert succeeded in lindin
the Greely expedition, eiht of whom
were alive, including Lieutenant Greely,
and seventeen dead.
I.ATKIt l'Al'.in CI.Ar.S.
Wasiiivgtu.v, D. C, July 17. The
following is a copy of the telegram re
ceived at the Navy Department:
"Sr. John's, N. F., U a. m., July 17,
1;;4. Hon. W. K. Chandler, Secretary
of the Navy, Washington: Tlie Theti,
Bear and Lockgarry arrived here to-day
from West Greenlaud. All well. They
separated from the Alert 150 miles north
durin" a gale at 9 r. m. June tJ, live
mihs off (ape Sabine In Smith's Sound
I II K HfX'CKO MK.V.
"The Tlietis and Hear rescued, alive,
Lieutenant A. W. Greely, Sergeants
Lraiuard, Fredericks an 1 Lou:.', Hospital
Steward Lelderback, l'rivate Council ami
Sergeant Ellison, thu only survivors of
the Lady Frauklin Lay expeditiou. Ser
geant Ellison had lost both hands and
feet by frostbite, and died July 0 at (iou
Haven, three days after amputation,
which had become imperative.
"Seventeen of the twenty-live persons
composing the expedition perished by
starvation at the poiut where found. One
was drowned while sealing to procure
food. Twelve bodies of the dead were
rescued, and are now on board the
Thetis and Lear. ()uo Esquimaux,
Turuevik, was buried at Disco.
WASI1KI) OCT TO SKA.
'Five bodies were buried lu the ice at
a point near the camp, but were swept
away to the sea by winds and curivuts
before my arrival and could not be recov
ered. NAMKS OF TIIK UK AD.
"The names of the dead recovered,
with the dates of death, are as follows:
Sergeant Cross, January 1, IS!.
Turuevik (Esquimaux) April 3.
Sergeant Linn, April b
Lieutenant Lockwood, April 'J.
Sergeant Jewell, April 1:.'.
l'rivate Ellis, May in.
Sergeant Kalstou, May 23.
l'rivate Whistler, May lH.
Sergeant Israel, May 7.
Lieutenant Kiugsbury, Juuc 1.
l'rivate Henry, June o.
l'rivate Schneider, June 13.
The names of the dead buried in the
ice, with the date of death, where the
bodies were not recovered, are:
Sergeant Uice, April U, 1SS1.
Corporal Salen, June o.
Trivute Lender, Juue
Acting Assistant Surgeon l'avy, June 0.
Sergeant Gardner, Jans 12, drowned
by breaking through newly formed leo
while sealing. .
Jeuo Edwards (Esquimaux), April 4.
CAKIXtt FOlt TIIK DEAD.
"I would urgently suggest 1hat the
bodies now on board bo placed iu metal
lic cases hero for safer aud better trans
portatlou iu a sea way. This appears to
me imperative. Greely abandoueel Fort
Conger August, !), 18S3, ami reached
IJaird Inlet on September I'tUh following
with the entire party.
HOW THKV I.IVKI).
"He abandoned all his boats aud was
adrift thirty days on the ice floe in Smith
Sound. His permanent camp was estab
lished October I'l, 1883, at the poiut
w here ho w as found. During nine mouths,
the party lived upon a scant allowauco of
focMl brought from Fort Conger. That
cached at Layer Harbor ami Cape Isa
bella by Sir George Nares In lt)75, was
found but much damaged by the lapse of
time. That cached by Heche at Capo
Sabine In 18S-', ami a small amount saved
from the wreck of the Proteus in 1S83,
ami lauded by Lieutenants Garlingtou
and Cowcll on the beach where Greely's
parly was fouud camped were also
l.IVINO ON SKAI. SKIS.
"When these provlsous were consumed
the party was forced to llvo upon boiled
seaink.lt) strips from their sealskin cloth
ing. Ltchens and shrimps were procured
tli good weather when they wero strong"
enough to make tha exertion, but as 1,300
shrimps were required to make a gallon
, measure, the labor wiij too oxli!itstjng to
depend upou them tosmtaiu life entirely.
The channel between Cape Sabino and
Littleton IsluuJ did not closo on account
of violent gales all winter, so that 210 ra
tions at the latter point could not bo
A l'i:i!ll.Ot:S VOYAGK.
"All of Greeley's records and all tho
Instruments brought by him from Fort
Conger are recovered and are on board.
From Ili Iiiiunl to Smith's Sound I
had a constant furious strugglo with Ice.
Impassable Hoes and solid barriers ol lco
were only overcome by watchfulness and
patience. No opportunity to advance a
mile escaped me, and for several uunurui
miles the ships were forced to rain their
way from lead to lead through ice vary
ing iu thickness from three to six feet,
aud when rilted much greater.
TIIK 11E.SCCLVU 1'AUl.
"The Thetis and Wear reached Capo
York June Hth, after a passage of tweu-
ty-onc days in Melville Lay, with two acb
vance shibs of the Dundee whaling necij
und continued to Caoe Sabine, he-turn'
ing seven days later they fell in wltl)
k-ven others of the lleet, on Wosteuholni'l
Island, and announced Greeloy's res
cue to them, that they might not be de
layed from their Us lung grounds nor uj
tempted into the dangers of Sinith'.i
hound In view of a reward of 8-3,000 of
fered by Congress.
l.IKl. : I KN AST EMKHV'S CONDUCT.
"Iteturnlug across Melville Lay thei
fell lu with the Alert and Lock Garry, oil
Devil's Thumb, struggling through heavj
ice. Commander Coflln did admirably to
(,'et along so far with the transport sc'
lurlylnthe season, before the opening
'iad occurred. Lieutenant Emery, witli
ihe Lear, had supported me throughout
wltli great skilllulness and uurtagalnil
readiness in accomplishing the great dutj
af relieving Greely.
ALMOST too I.ATK.
"I wou d like t ) ask instructions about
'he Lock Garry, as the charter party held
1 y her master differs iu several rcpocti
! turn mine."
Groely and party are much improved
in heali'n siuce rescued, but their condi
l.ou vva critical iu the extreme wheu
I mud, and for some (lays after. Forty
. ig'tt hours' delay iu reaching thut
tv'.uhl have been latal to all now living.
a closi: wtniki:.
"This season North Is late aud the
closest for years. Smith's Sound was
lict open wheu I left Cape Sabine. The
winter about Melville Lay was the most
severe for twenty years. This great re
HLt is entirely due to the prompt action
II rid unwearied energy of yourself and the
Secretary of War in lining this expedi
tion for the work it has had the honor to
"VY. S. Schley, Commander."
1 in: KxrKi'ino.v.
NoTi:. Tho third relief party for tho
rescue of Lieutenant Greely and his nieu
left St. John, New Fouudiand, March 10,
lib:'., in two vessels built at Dundee,
Scotland, the Lear aud the Thetis, ami a
steamer, the Alert, presented by England.
An immense store of food of every
variety was taken, making 175 tons in
all. The Greeley expedition started
from Drooklyn June, IsM, Lieutenant
Greeley in command. With him v.ero
four sergeants, Winlleld S. Jewell, Geo.
W. Lice, David C. lialston aud llamptou
S. Gardiner. Ihe rest were piivates and
corporals from the army. Ei.
Beat tha Record.
"Washington, D. C, July 17. General
Ilazt-n this afternoon received a dispatch
from Lieutenant Greely stating that the
survivors are doing well, and that mem
bers of the party succeeded in getting
eighty miles farther North than any
TIIK LONG Tit AM 1.
An Old Printer Starts Upon It at the
Close of a Frees Concert.
Lot lsYii.i.i-:, Ky., July 17. Last night
the new l'ress Club gave a successful and
largely attended concert at Phoenix Hiil
l'ark. At one o'clock this morning, after
all had departed, and the attendants were
putting out the lights, Henry Charlton,
an old printer, and for years proof-reader
on the Louisville C"iinur:id, blew his
brains out at the entrance of the park;
old age and intemperance the cause.
Charlton was very foud of music, and
had often expressed a wish to die amid
strains of harmony. He told a number
of friends that ho proposed to commit
suicide as soou as he had heard tho l'ress
The Mining Troubles.
N'klsonvh.lk, O., July 17. The miners
here arc working quietly, guarded by
l'inkerton's mining police. The oper
ators claim that the new mining machines
which dislodge and break coal whiie the
Itallaus load it into llats will get it out iu
better shape thau by hand-mining. The
striking miners deny this, aud say that
the costly experiment will soon be aban
doned. Twelve Italians have quit work,
and tho miners are raising funds to semi
them back to New York.
War in Politics.
Makshaix, Mo., July 17, J. T.Heard,
John Cosgrove, Colonel E. C. Moore, Sam
Majors and Dec lieese (candidates for
Congress) aud II. W. Nicolds and James
Saltonstall, (candidates for the State
Senate) addressed a large audience at
Arrow Lock yesterday. Nicolds in his
speech made some unpleasant remarks
about Saltonstall, w heu the latter struck
him in the face, They were scperated
before many blows were exchanged.
Sweet, But Deadly.
WniTKWATKii, Wis., July 17. Thos.
Liugham, a prominent farmer, living
here, last night put poison on his custard
pie, supposing it was sugar, and died a
horrible death an hour later.
$1,200 forthe Murderer.
SiiKi.nYvn.LK, III., July 17. The re
ward for Crook's murderer was to-day in
creased from 500 to l,00n, making
with thu Governor's reward a total of
A Wife's Woe.
Mattoo.v, III., July 17.-Mrs. Sol
bray, wife of tho late proprietor of tho
Ducker House, has been dtiveu crazy by
tho alleged cruel treatment of her hus
band. She obtained a divorco from hint
a short time ago and Is now in tho Poor
house. A Groat Haul.
Cincinnati, O., July 17. Tho tailors'
trimming establishment of J. W. Luhn &
Co., r.8 West Fourth street, was burg
larized last night and 1,500 worth of
silks were stolen.
John A. Noal, a Woll-Connoctod
Young Man of IluntsviHo, Ala.,
Extraordinary Efforts forHisKecovery Fail
to Produce Results-Tho Mystery
Significant Exclamation of a Man in the
CiowJ Who Could Not be
Chattanooga, Tkx.v., July 17. This
entire section of country is iu a tumult
of excitement over the singular disap
pearance of a young man namod John A.
Ncal, a member of a very promlueut fam
ily of llutitsvllle, Ala. Neal was private
secretary for Miss Maud St. Pierre. She'
Is very wealthy and recently bought 22,000
acres of land in Franklin County, Teun.,
for S7s,o00. Neal was sent to look after
the property. Ou Sunday morning, June
lo, he ielt the hotel for a walk through
the woods, and at uoou was seen on top
of the uiouutaiu sitting by the roadside
plucking Mowers. Since then ho has not
Miss St. Pierre employed twenty-llvo
men and instructed them "to search uhiht
and day for him. HoaU were built amf
every stream for teu miles was dragged;
caiijou, abysses aud gulches were thor
oughly starched; skilled detectives werd
put to work lu all neighboring cities and
towns, and railroad agents ami cou luc
tors were put on their guard, but as yet
110 trace of him has been fouud. The
lady says her accounts were left all right
aud Neal did not have one cent of her
money lu his possession. Ho was ill
good circumstances and iu good spirits.
A few days since a man was heard to ex
claim in a crowd, "If Miss St. Pierre will
otler ??l.o,i.".'0 Neal will be produced.'1
The 111 111 wa looked for but could not bo
WELLING 'HIE LIST.
Another Man Bscomes Insane by At
tending: the National Demo
Dk i hoit, Midi., July 17. "I wish youl
protection! I have been kidnaped ami
am being taken away agaiust my will."
This startling statement was made by n
young man who dashed up to a patrolman
at the Michigan Ceutral Depot last uight,
closely followed by three other meu. To
emphasize, the assertion he held up a pall
of white hands joined together by a pail
of Land-cuffs. He was a young man prob
ably twentv-six years of age, aud Weil
buiit. Lefore he had said many words it
became evident that he was lusaue, One
of the group, a handsome, well-dressed
yo tng man said:
"That is my brother, Chas. J. Hosier
and this other gentleman is our father
Alfred Mosier, of Mosler & Dunning
vessel owners of Chicago. My brother
was iu the drug business at West Troy,
where our father resides, but failed iu
business and through melancholy became
insane. He was confined in the Asylum
at Potighkeepsie, N. Y., but was
released a few months ago lie-1
fore being entirely cured. Ho
seemed very well, uutil the Democratic
Convention, which he attended in com-
pauy with young San) laden, who Is
married to my sister. The excitement
there was too much for him and lie went
wroug agaiu. My father had just left
Chicago ami gone to West Bay City,
where he has a lumber business, when he
was informed of the relapse. My brother
had 2u0 when he started, aud during
those few days he contrived to se
cure 300 iu bills. He had
also been stabbed lit the neck
and was carrying on terribly. He had an
old power of attorney to draw upon my
father's account and had just drawn a
large check which was fortunately
stopped. A straight jacket was pro
cured in anticipation of trouble wheu the
Cauada Southern train arrived, lite
prisoner made a stout resistance, but
was forced on to the car. Ho will bo
taken back to Poughkeepsie.
XII EV TELL ON HIM.
Ghastly Witnesses of a Lover's Crime
Weli.svili.i-:, O., July 17. In Saline
ville yesterday a large bunchof Auburn
hair, matted and tangled, and clotted
with blood, was found hanging to a stake
near where the body of Gertie Fhilipps
was found. Fragnieuts of a letter writ
ten iu a neat hand were also fouud near
where tho lovers were seen. Upon being
put together It was discovered that it was
a letter she had w ritten to Hunter about
a year ago, and finding it in his posses
sion ou the fatal Sunday she had torn it
to pieces. Some distance below tho spot
where tho body lay is a small stream.
Upon the right bank of this a
farmer's boy found a silver
quarter of a dollar stained with blood.
In this stream the murderers must have
washed their hands after completing
their work. Tho most important devel
opments was the linding of a revolver be
longing to Hunter, which must have been
in his possession at the time of the mur
der. Three or four days beforo the mur
der was committed, Hunter, lu company
of Parish, entered McGouigle's hardware
store, In Sallneville, aud asked to see
some revolvers. He selected one and
went away. The bullet found In the girl's
head llts the revolver.
DOES HIM IMfOL'D.
One Man Who Interprnts the Democratic
Platform as a High Tarill
Piili.ADKi.riiiA, Fa., July 17. "I could
not tako tho Chairmanship of the Nationa
Committee if it was unanimously ten
dered me," said Samuel J. Randall yes
terday, at his unpretentious but delight
ful summer houso ut Berwyn. "I did not
tush myself for tho Presidency, as I re
gard it as a position not to bo sought aud
not to bo decllnod. I have no disappoint
ment to vex me, as I did not allow my
self to become Interested In tho remote
chance which any one man mny have
htuong promlueut men who aro discussed
for tho Presidency. Had I cared most
lor my own chance as a Presidential
candidate I would not havo gono to Chi
cago) but I went there because I was
Vitally Interested In tho platform and I
fo-turucd moro than gruWful at tho
sult.L Tho platform Is Oveij r niorCjjjn.-
f.hatle and enduring vindication of my
efforts in Congress for public economy,
and for tho dignity and prosperity of
American labor thau a Presidential nom
ination might have been, aud I am not
only content with tho action of the Con
vention, but I am proud of it. Proud
both gf its candidates aud Its clear aud
patriotic declaration of principles."
MASK HALL liUEVlTIES.
Score of Games Played on Tuesday,
Uoston, .Mass. Host-oil t'uions, 5; St.
otiis Unions, 1.
Providence, 11. I. Bostons, 5; Provi
Laltimore, Md. Baltimore L'uioiis. 17;
Kansas Cltys, 5.
Washington, D. C Chicago Unions, 3 j
Philadelphia, Pa. Clnclunatl Uulons,
18; Keystones, 4.
Trenton, N. J. New Yorks, 7; Treti-
ONE OF ItLAlN'E'S 1K1?II 1'TtIENDS.
He Proffers Allegiance to tho Plumed
Knight and Receives a Letter
Nkw IIavkn, Conn., July 17. Ex-Au
ditor Edward McCarthy, a local Demo
cratic leader, who has bolted Cleveland's
nomination received from Mr. Llaino last
night a personal letter of thanks for his
pledge of support. Mr. Blaine's letter is
us follows :
Auocsta. Mr;.. July It!.
To Kdward MeCnrthy.
.vi v pkau sun Acctft my sincere iimincs
ur vour 1-i-id letter of coiur.-nt-
iilntiim. I lvirrct thtif I can make but tin.- m-
iii inal acktio,vlfltfii out just now. I euu
;iie-llnii tie- rurht nf 110 man or body to votn
is they elect, hut f will suy that I am heartily
trra1 itli'il to htivt- found new tru-iiils 111 your
aiitilul eltv. With tie' best wishes, Lellevo
mi' to 1 o very truly yours,
J AH. U. UI..UM-..
The First in tho State.
Coi.i Miics, O., July 17. At a meeting
last uight tho Franklin County Cleveland
and Hendricks Club the first in tho
State was organized. John G. Thomp
son was elected President. Judge Thur-
mun took part in tho organization of the
Club, and delivered an address.
A Disastrous Fira,
Coiimng, N. Y., July 17. A disastrous
lire broke out late last night in the town
of Painted Post, N. two miles north
west of this place, and Is still raging.
Numerous dwellings and business places
ate already destroyed. The town has no
lire department, aud a request lor assist
ances has been sent to this place and El
mira. No estimato of the damage is
given at present, but from the outlook it
w ill bo heavy.
MACiN'AMMOlS Ci l'ZLEK.
They Allow the Officers to Execute the
Law Without Ofl'oring- Violence.
Bchlingto.v, Ia, July 17. Yester
day, ohicers armed with a search
warrant visited the saloon o Charles
Nelson, aud were rewarded with tho cap
ture of one keg of beer, one bottle of wiue
and half a bottle of bitters. A crowd
collected in front of the saloou during the
search, but the ollicers were not Inter
fered with, and they carted off their con
traband In peace, ft Is said that the
profits on the extra sales after the raid
more than compensated Nelson for his
loss. Nearly sixty saloons are running
in town, all of which sell beer, most of
them as opeuly as before the law went
MY sf-sTElt'S HONOK.
"You Havo Seduced My Sister and I
Intend to Kill You."
Milwacklk, Wis., July 17. Early this
morning a tragedy was enacted at the
S'lUiitrl olllce, In this city. John Hoff
mann, twenty years old, was standing in
the door when Gustav Llclur, twenty
three years old, and a broom maker, came
up and pulling a revolver said: "Holl
mau, you seduced my sister and I intend
to kill you," at the same time firing. The
ball entered Hoffman's side aud ho will
A WOUKINCi POOL.
Combination Against the Western
Union Telegraph Company.
Nkw Y'oitic, July 17. It Is reported
that the executive committee of the Bal
timore & Ohio, the Postal and tho Bans
ers' & Merchants' Telegraph Companies
met last night and agreed upon the de
tails of a pooling arrangement. It was
agreed to form a working pool for tweu-ty-ilvc
years on a basis of about an equal
division of the receipts. Each company
will maintain separate organztttons and
the pooling will include both land and
cable business. All the olllces will bo
consolidated. Tho lines willtoueh about
flfteeu per cent, of the Western Union's
paying points. All tho papers In the
pooling arrangements will probably be
signed to-day. D. II. Bates, President
of the Baltimore & Ohio Is to coutrol the
The Staff of Life.
Minneapolis, Minn., July 17. Olllcial
figures show the Hour productions of last
week to have been lighter, though the
difference was uot great. The total out
put was &'.y00 barrels, averaging, ll.Sltl
barrels daily for tho six working days,
against 91, 530 barrels the preceding week.
Two of the mills, Idle last week, havo been
started up and there were ninctceu in
operation on Tuesday out of tho whole
number of twenty-two iu the city, nmklug
au luerea.se in the production this week
quito probable. Millers report an im
proved demand for flour, and while no
better prices are obtained, It gives them
courage to hope that the tinio Is not far
distant when tho market will show a gen
Rotiring- from Business.
Brooklyn, N. Y., July 17. The Board
of Directors of the Fireman's Trust In
surance Company met to-diiy and con
tinued tho work of closing up tho busl
ness of the corporation. Tho most im
portant part of their work to-day was tho
reinsurance of its policy-holders, which
wus done in good companies. The as
sets of tho corn pauy aro $182,710, and tho
liabilities, Including capital, 91T1.400. A
fulling off In business Is the reasou given
for winding up Us affairs.
Mo Cessation of Buslnesn.
Elizahkth, N. J., July 17. Fire yester
day at Borne, Scrysmcr & Co.'s oil ro
finery burned only tho press-room, and
will cause uo cessation of btulues9. Loss
THE GREAT GERMAN
Kelieves and cures
Soreness, Cuts, Bruiiai,
F HOST BITES,
HI ItNM, NCAL DM,
And all other bodily aches
di r .. .hi n
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Suld by all PriiffKlats and
D.-aliT-t. Direction la 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
isuoMKn to a. Yixiii-ia a 1:0 )
Ualtluiore, Ml., If. SI. A.
p and MALARIA.
t com these sources ariso throe-lOtlrtha Of
the diseases of tho human raco. Theso
symptoms indicate theifeswteiico: I.oaa ol
Appetite, Uowtls coitive, SIek Ilaad
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of food, Irritability of temper, I.ow
spirit, ft-cling of Iinving neglected
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nE FEELS L1KK A NEW .MAN.
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Ghat ILvm ois.WmsKEns changed In.
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Otllee, 41 Murray Street, New York..
TUTT'S MArHiAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREC
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euro you as they have many
others. An occasional use of
Heps and Malt Bitters gives
tone to the blood, strengthens
the nerves and promotes per-
tect digestion. Uo not be
persuaded to try something
else, said to be just as good,
but get the genuine. For
sale by all dealers.
HOPS & fVSALT
GIVEN7 AW AY
To the SMOKERS of
Bull Durham Smok
The genuine has picture of
BULL on every package.
For particulars see our next
TUE BEST TJIIXG KNOWN
In Hard or MU Hot or . wr.
OUM f moil, tlMV. and SOAP AMAZ-
lamdyNici or rior. ahotdd bo without It.
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we 1 leal'' I to ml.lead. 1-KAULIMK ii Um
OM V M Al t: liitinr Bftvinu compound, auj k
u a U'iirn the above ayaibol, aud uauio of
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