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DTIiink, jn.-t Wause you
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have a fall ai.d comphile liiie of
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A heavy Htoii, of Iloiiy lirti'M! s, Tnper
trteii atid Ihuruiti
A full lt)t"k of 01. Clot b-, all eizon 111.1l p'lccs.
Clet'iing& Genls' Furnish'g Goods
A fail and tomiih tu etick is cl.i.-ini,' out
at urcat brj(H!ii.
OoxJj itt llottom PricHsj!
WLIOLKSALG AND KE'i'AlL
The Lai'-t Variety Stofji
IN T1IK fl'J'V.
GOODS SOLD VEliYCL);-:K
KKY YORK STOUL CO,
'Hits Keuliir Cairo & r;nliic;ili Ihiily
IlKNltV M. TAYl.dlf, Vnolcr.
UKOUtiK JUI1K.-., I'lirk.
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Bd) Bt 8 a. in., and Mnn ml L'llv at 1 p. m. lteturn
liiiS, luavct C'llro at 1 p.m. ; Monad I'tty nt 5 p.m.
HOW THEY FOUND THEM.
rartioul-irs of tho Rosouo ot
Lioutc-.uaiit Grooly find
Gratis Descr'ption of Their Terrible
5Juff-ri:ij During Their Enforced So
journ in th-j Frozea Zone.
The Therm otneter 25 D.-grecs Bftlow Zero
8i. d No Kood The Race Uctwcen
Succor and Starvation.
Htory of the Rescue,
S 1. Johns, N. K., ,1'i'y l Tho story
of tho rcsciiii)' 1 nifty, asto'd hy Captain
Ash, ice pilot of tho Hear, is as fjllows;
"We -.uiU.-il from St. Julius May I, anl
l'i- ic!ii:il I pjx-r Navik oil t ho '-".'ill ; I 11c k
L-iaml .loi.e t;t!i: Capo York Jil'i'.' 1-tla
nn I 1'ay r Harlnir 01 thu L'.'d. At" p. in.
we had ijoth hlps fast t j a heavy Hoc iu
l'ayi r ll.ii'bor tinl some of tho oilieers
un'l tiieii left the ship for the shore hi Uif-fi-ieiit
d'.ivi-tiuiis. An 0 Ulcer frmn the
Tln lis f ii;il tlie n eorl on llievoot Is
laiid, .-tatini? that (ireely ami party were
all v.ell 11111rtl1.il Ihev h It fr Coitu'i-r A'l-ii-t
"4 and lauded at Il.tird Inlet 011 tho
2',;th of September, after drivini; about on
the lee nearly three wci-Us In tlio vicinity
of Capo Sabine. The reou'd also
told where to i!:id his win
ter camp. Hiir -team launch
b-io' out and r-a-ly we were immediate
ly vnt away for tho cam , w'.iich was
ahout three miles northwest oi Cape
Sabine. In tho meant. 1110 the Thetis
w her whistle to recall S'j:;i-; of their
m.-u. As we
m:m:i i 1 111: r imp
we .-aw one la in loako his appearance
w here he could look down tho cape. He
saw the boat and came down to where we
wi re oir,' to land. N-eim? but one mail,
am! tin- way he st i'-Ted over the snow we
tti'jti.'ht it a bat omen. ' mjiimpncishoro
tii-- llr-t rjUe.-tion was l.o'.v til-y all were.
Hi- aii-wer was; "there are seven of us
left." Sad news .ant I a sudden reu-r-e of
our chceilul -j.ifits of a quarter of an
hour aj.. . hut it was no timo ( retk-ct,
we mii.it try to s ue the livin.'. 1 jumped
i.ilo the launch and at once pa--d some
food that we were prepared with and wo
at once started for the camp. It w.u
too .vii, a -jale, the tent was blown down,
except a st jut prop under one en-1. Tin;
poor fellows had nut strength to put it
M MI.V I. IV -I il.VINo
ll'nl unable to help thelo.-eiveS. Pointing
to one, they -aid lie u as clvim:, but l.e
ra.'icl and is doiu! Well now. We cut a
hole in t!ie canvass to i:ive us room and
Coiiimci.C"d to feed them, serving them
ail rouu-J lira'luai y, and not !:ttii!ir them
have as mueli as they wantol. The launch
was sent off t tlio Utar, which
wa- coming. The Thetis was ulso
close by. A tiro was made, the suffer
its were atteiitit'd to by Or. Ann s ami
mveii plenty of warm nrlk. S-uno of
them v,ire soon able to stand ami stai'-t.r
h. j. .u l. Stret.hefs had been brought ami
tho men Were c.nied to the boat. Two
int. 11 only were sti'.ui'.' enoii'.'h to be led
down by men on each side oi them to the
boats. Tin y were t;-keu oif, some o.j
board each ship.
It 11:1s near midnight, the sun hinin
uoil win 1 blowinL' a aale, fortunati.-l, oli
.h-.fi, which kept the ice from coinlnt; d:i
u. We procee.ied with a -rood crew to
ti'ieurth the cle.nl bodies and wrap tin m
in i-iank"ts, a part were taken to each
ship. Ten were buried on a ride side
by side, ;') yards from the camp,
with a very hii;!i monntain ju-t
back. Two others w ere lyinsr a little dis
tance below the camp, the survivors not
havim; strenizth niousli to bury thein
with the rest, making twelve botlies taken
ou hfard the ships. Tour others were
buiieil on the ice from tho winter house,
but the ice had broken and taken them
Kdwards, an I'.sipiimatix, was drowned
while hunt. ir.:. Total deaths since tho
party reached Cape S .thine last fail,
eL'titeen. J. llllison, who was ttyimj; to
pet the rations left by tho licebe in
Is-'.', not badly frostbitten. Durliitr the
winter liith his feet dropped off at the
ankles and his tinkers dried up hard, lie
aUo lot the top ot his uoso. 1'or a few
d:iys he ;:i alonu ilueiy, but In a little
while he took another change, went wron
In the In ad, and finally went to his long
home on tho Sth of June.
The researches of the expedition were
every way successful. Latitude ii.'di
was reached and a second party crossed
tlio Western ocean. Tho party which
went north travelled I'.ast to the :'lth de
gree of longitude.
Lieutenant Ui'iely assured the United
I'ress correspondent that ho had clear
proof that an open Polar Sea existed, 0110
of his party driftim; into it, hut was
blown hack. He says he agrees in this
A valley running from near I.ady Frank
lin Kay to the Western Ocean about sixty
miles witle was discovered. It is bounded
North and South oy continuous glaciers
and has no apparent breaks. Iu the valley
vegetation was abundant and tho climate
much milder than usual. This ho states
is the Udell of the North.
(ireely says that if 500 pounds of meat
had been left by Garlington, his parly
would have been saved. Littleton Island
could not be reached in winter, the Sound,
twenty-live miles wide, being opeu, and
In spring the parly were too weak to go.
The survivors are very weak, but recov
ering rapidly. (Ireely Is extremely weak.
Ills expedition, he says, would have been
the most successful on record if food
had been loft on Capo Sabine, where it
should have been.
The ships had been roughly used, as
miperhuinan exertions were made to ef
fect a rescue. Tho party left Fort Conger
August '.'th In a steam launch, three
boats and a dingey. After their thirty
days Moat on the ice Hoc they decided to
abandon tho launch and two boats as too
heavy to carry.
The w inter quarters consisted of a hut
of stone, covered by one boat and a sail.
At Lady Franklin hay plenty of food
had been left, hut as It was too" heavy to
carry and they expected to llnd plenty at
Cape Sabine, it was loft behind. They
found ouiy two barrels of bread left In
the cache made bv the l'roteus' crew after
her loss, a damaged cache left by tho
Brit ish and a few rations left by the relief
expedition of ISM.
In thu Autumn a forlorn hope started
to reach soino dried meat cached by
Nates, hut Klllson's feet ami hands were
frozen, and they were forced to abaudou
thu meat and return. In tho spring a tent
was oret teti but tho party were too weak
to fusion II strongly. In April Hleo and
Fredericks volunteered to tlud tho nbanj
Jotool uienl Ulen illetl nn tho TOUV nilif
Fidci'icks returned in a terribly ex
lan-ted condition. Two ineii,,Lockwootf
and Jewell died Li camp while FredeileM
was away, and on the 1st of Juno Kings
Alter this, litthj of moment, except
constantly recurring deaths, occurred
until June when the faint sound of a
steam whittle was heard by Long. Ho
and hrahicrd got out of their sleeping
bag and went to a point, but seeliic imth
lug th -y s'artcd to return. Lmi' was
unable to do so, and sat dowu in despair
beside some rocks. Soon lie saw a steam
launch to which he shouted, and Iu a
little while the rescuers lauded.
1 in: i;ri:iinuN.
Nun;. The third relief party for tho
rescue of Lieutenant (Ireely ami his men
kit St. John, New 1 oundiand, March 10,
1V!, in two vessels built at Dundee,
Scotland, the liear and the Thetis, and a
steamer, the Alert, presented by Ilnglatid.
An immense store of food of every
variety was taken, making 175 tons iu
all. Tho Greeley expedition started
from lirookljn June, lsl, Lieutenant
(iieelev la command. With him were
four .sergeants, Winileld S. Jewell, Geo.
W. Hiee, David C. I! alston and Hampton
S. Gardiner. Tho re-t were privates auJ
torpo.'als from the army. liu.
Particulars of the Rescue.
Sr. John's, N. F., July IS. Norman,
ke, pilot of the Thetis, who was the
lii'st man to enter Lieutenant Grecly's
camp, gives a graphic report of the
scent;. Ilo says:
"At tight o'clock on tho evening of
June having previously found a record
three miles north of Capo Sabine, we
piocec.h d iu a steam launch to the spot
Indicated as the campiug-groiind of the
(ireely party. As wo approached
within 2oo yards of It we saw a man
staggering dowu tho hillside toward
an ice fort. Ho held a small llag-stal'f iu
his hind attached to which was a. piece
of a handkerchief. This
hi: ii:kiily w.wk.o.
As soon as the steam launch struck,
Captain Ash of the Hear and myself
jumped out. The man proved to be
.v-rgc.'nt Long, one of the Greely party.
lb had a haggard, ghostly look and wasH
hardly able to stand, and muttered out
his words. Wo asked him how all the
hands were. He replied: "There are
"si: i:. oi. t s i.ki t."
"I nu up immediately to tho place
where he pointed out tho camp. Captain
A-h and Lieutenant Colwell went back to
the launch to bring sumo pemmicau bis
cuits and stimulating drink. When I
reached within a few yards of the tent I
cried out: 'Cheir up (.ireely.'
"Is that you, Norman?" faintly replied
Gree.y, who knew my voice, although
three years hail elapsed since I bade him
farewell on the l'roteus in Lady Franklin
Sound. A llt-rce storm was blowing ami
the tent had fallen or Its wretched occu
pant". I cut and tore it opeu, entered
and there saw with horror the pale, shriv
eled lorui of Lieutenant Greely lying in
the middle of the camp encased
ix ms si.kki'Im; mo.
Sergeant llllison lay there with his
hands and feet lopped off, caused by
frosts the first of the previous year.
Steward Heiderback lay listlessly iu front
of Greely. l'rivate Count 11 pointed at
by his comrades as dying, was reclining
in a motionless position near Greely.
.Sergeant Uraiiierd laid alone under shel
ter of a corner of tho tent. Immediately
Captain Ash, Lieutenant Colwell and tho
Chief llngineer .arrived and wo at once i
began to administer
sM.w.r. iosi:s ok Kood
of the lighte-t description. The Men
were at first ravenous and loudly insisted
on getting more and more food. We re
fused to gratity their wishes, fearing dis
astrous resu.ts from overheatiug. The
launch was dispatched to tho steamer,
and brought ou shore to our aid Drs.
Gi'eeu and Ames and Commander
Schley. Preparations were at once
made to convey the party ou board.
All tho record- were gathered
up and everything worth saving was car
ried dowu to the launch. Wo left noth
ing behind but some clothing and a few
cans of wretched food on which Greely
and his men had been living for weeks.
I his consisted ehiefy of scraps of Seal
skin cut up iu small pieces about the sue
of a cent piece. It had been stewed and
converted into a kind of broth with some
shrimps and sea-weed. This repulsive
stew has formed the sole diet for Lieu
tenant Greely and his comrades."
int. 1'Avnv's -win:.
How She Received the News of the
Rescue of Greely.
M.uivvit.i.i:, Mo., July H. Mrs. Lillia
I'avey, wife of Dr. Octave Favey, sur
geon and naturalist of the Greely ex
pedition, received the news yesterday af
ternoon from General lla.en, of Wash
ington, of the rescue of Lieutenant Greely
and some of his contrail s and tho death
of her husband. She took the intelli
gence of the death of tho doctor much to
heart, but is more composed to-day, and
is anxiously awaiting further particulars.
Mrs. Favey has resided hero with her
uncle, Kev. Dr. liicliardson, the past
eight months, aud has taught a select
school for young ladies. She has the
deepest sympathy of her many friends
Sacrificed to Science.
Km.am.izoo, Mich., July IS. Edward
Israel, tho astronomer of the ill-fated
Greely expedition, was born and reared
iu Kalamazoo. He surrendered an ample
wealth and beautiful home and devoted
himself to seieuco. Although only
twenty-two years of age, the faculty of
the Miehigau Stato University named
him to tho Government as eminently
tltted for tho work, to which he sacrificed
t lloMlliA I NEW YOllK.
Five Cases Reported in Ono House,
New Yokk, July IS. An operator at
police headquarters received a dispateli
at noon from tho Mulberry street police
station as follows: "There are five cases
of supposed cholera discovered at No. i'2
Spring street, in tho homo of a family
named Kiemnier." As soon as the dis
patch was received a messenger was hur
ried at once to the rooms of tho Health
hoard, who notified Dr. Nagle of the fact.
He at once sent out several sanitary In
spectors to investigate the matter, aud If
the casea were Asiatic cholera to take
every precaution to cheek the further
spread of tho dread scourge. The doctors
arc now in council.
The sanitary Inspectors liavo just an
nounced that tho live cases of supposed
cholera In Spring street turns out to bo
violent cases of dysentery caused 1$ poor
AN AWFUL CRlMf,
A Black Druto in Toxna Outrages
raid Than Murder3 "
Havinfr Buried tho Body of 7h Victim
ia a Creek, H3 Discovers tho Grava
to His Captors.
A Mob Foiled, a Coroner Fooled, and
Justice Robbjd of Her
IIk iiMOND.Tr.x., July 1?. On Wednes
day, as Hannah hurton, agi Cl twelve, was
returning from school, she was met by
Web Ik'tton.aiitx-convlct, who attacked,
outraged aud then killed her, burying the
body in John's Creek, eight miles from
here.isij.jrtly after, portions of tho girl's
clothes were found torn, muddy and
bloody. Learning that Helton was seen
idnniiig from tho place a short tiino be
fore, the neighbors made a search and ar
rested him. He confessed, and took tho
party to tho spot where ho had buried
Tho oilieers started to Richmond with
the prisoner, with his hands tied behind
him and a rope around his neck. They
were met by an infuriated crowd, who
took tho prisoner, tied him to a treo
and shot fifteen times at him. When ho
fell, apparently dead, they took tho rope
off and kit him. After the party left,
ik-ttou got up mid went home, dressed
his wounds, and left yesterday morning.
The Coroner went out to hold an impiest,
but the remains had disappeared. Oilieers
are now hunting for Hetton.
Another Indianapolis Bank ia Trouble.
lMJi.vx.iroi.is, l.M) , July IS. A. & J.
C. S. Harrison's private bank, one of the
oldest in the State, suffered a run yester
day. Harrison ref used to pay over ten per
cent., although ho -aid ho would have
plenty of money to-day. Tho Clearing
llouso protested j l.OO'i in checks drawn
on Harrison's Hank. His conduct caused
much severe comment, as ho is receiver
of the Indiana hanking Company, now de
funct, and is supposed to have a largi
fund belonging to that institution on lie
posit. His creditors threaten to ask for
a receiver to-day mile- ail their claims
are adjusted without delay.
Failed To Open.
iMHAXAi'i'Lis, Ind., July is. Harri
son's hank suspended this morning
John W. Claypool was appointed re
ceiver; bond $000,000.
A SHOT AND A HIU1KK.
AStransre Lady's Strands Action iu a
W.tsiiii.,ro.v, V. C, July IS. A gen
tleman and Jady entered the Kiggs House
by the G street door yesterday afternoon
and sat dowu at a table in the cafe. They
had scarcely entered before the bystand
ers noticed u woman excitedly como
through the main entrance with some
thing in her hand. She entered the cafe,
and in au instant a shot was heard, fol
lowed by a shriek. A waiter stated that
he saw the second woman level a revolver
at the first aud tho gentleman struck it
aside, so the bullet entered tho wall. The
pistol fell to the iloor ami much excite
ment prevailed at the time. During thil
excitement the man disappeared and thu
woman who did tho shooting exclaimed:
"She shall not stay with him." The
clerks of the hotel pacified her by saying
that they had gone. She then left. The'
names of the parties are unknown.
MATSADl AND ML'LUOON
Matched for a Graeco-Romau Bout
Fulijames Must Fight.
Ciuc.uio, Ii.f.., July IS. Matsadi
Sorakichi, tho Japanese wrestler, with
William E. Harding, tho Sirtiuj X.w3
writer, arrived this morning from Cin
cinnati. The Japanese meets Muhloori
to-uight in a wrestling match, Gneco
Koman and Japanese stylo. On tho Jap's
arrival he created quite a sensation lu
front of the Washington Hotel, by but
ting at two pedestrians who called him
a chinaman, and it was all Hard
ing could do to prevent him administer
ing a sound thrashing to the offenders.
Harding states that Richard K. Fox has
authorized him to match Joo Actou, of
Philadelphia, champion catch-as-catch-can
wrestler, against Muldoon for 81,000
to 11,000 a side. Iu reference to tho
proposed light between Fulljaines, cham
pion of Camilla, and Jack Dempsey, of
New York, which failed to come off Mon
day, Harding says that If Fulljaines re
fuses to fight at the place Fox will an
nounce Thursday, the stakes will bo hand
ed to Dempsey.
New Yokk, July IS. Tho Tammany
committee on organization will not bo
called together this month to deckle
whether Tammany Hall shall support
Governor Cleveland. The Hon. Juo.
Kelly goes to Saratoga to-day to spend a
month or more, aud tho prevailing opiu
ion In the organization is that Tammany
will not aot on tho Chicago nomination
until ho returns, "hythat time," one of
tho district leaders said, 'we shall know
just what is to bo doue Iu local matters."
The Grant Boys.
New Yokk, July 18. Ulysses S. Grant,
Jr., soon after thc,falluro of the firm of
Grant & Ward, moved to Morrlstowu, N.
J., and occupied a modest cottage ou
Franklin place, which was routed forhliu
by his father-in-law, Senator Chaffee.
Ho has now closed the house aud Is mov
ing to Pennsylvania on a farm owned by
his brother, Jesse Grant, w here he will
go into the business of raising horses.
Colonel Fred. Grant has sold all his
carriages and horses and Is trying to rent
his handsoino villa lu Morrlstowu.
Another Unfaithful Sorvant.
New YottK.July lS.-Itwaslearnedyes-terday,
iu connection with the affairs of
Arnold, Constable & Co. that not only
Herbert Seymour, tu cashier, but H. C.
1'eddor also, had severad his connection
with the firm. Mr. redder was seou by a
reporter. He declined to speak on. thu
nubleet. but intimated that tftcro wa au
linder-sUnding that nothing should U
made public. There were rumors tha
Mr. Redder had transferred his properU
at Llewellyn Park to Arnold, Constable ,
Co. The place is often described as tht)
finest house In Now Jersey. It was gem
orally believed that l'edder was ainembil
of the firm. Ills career iu tho houso be.
gan as entry clerk fifteen years ago. Red.
dor owns about half tho stock In the Mul
Failure of Dry Goods Merchant.
Ars i ix, Tex., July IS. I. Maleallnskj
a dry goods merchant failed yesterday fof
617.O00. New York aud Austin creditor)
closing up his business. His assets arii
estimated at-Sjjj.OoO. Tho full liabilities
tire not stated.
Failed, and Arrested tor Forffory.
PoitiLAM), Oi:i:., July IS. Tho stocS
of Leach Brothers, general merchandise;
at Cottage Grove, Lano County, has beet
attached by their creditors. They ov
tSjj.OOn, of which 13,000 is due Portland
and San Francisco jobbers, ami the bal
ance to farmers iu tho neighborhood.
Nominal assets, sjgt.OoO. Aaron Leach,
the senior partner, was arrested at Eu
geifo yesterday on a charge of forgery.
Quarantine at Now Orleans.
New Oiu.eans, La., July IS. Iu ac
cordance with tho resolution adopted by
the hoard of Health July 0, the Presideut
of tho hoard yesterday issued rigorous
quarantine regulations governing all ves
sels returning from Toulon, Marseilles
aud other ports that may hereafter be
come infected with cholera.
HASH It A LL lmiiVTlTEst.
Score of Games Played on Thursday,
llostoti, Mass. St. Louis Utiions, 8;
hoston Unions, 5 Providences, 5;
New York Athletics, 5; Metropolitans,
Washington, 1). C Nationals, 'J; Chi
cago Unions, 1 .
Philadelphia, Pa. Cincinnati Uulous,
0 ; Keystones, 4.
Pittsburgh, Pa. Alleghenys, 3; Wash
Cleveland, O. Detroits, 3; Cleveland.-,
Baltimore, Md. halthuores, 1-';
Buffalo, N. Y. Chicagos, 2; hufiaios,
Minneapolis, Minn. Minneapolis, 5;
Torre Haute, i!.
ijuiuey, 111. hay Citys, 5; 0.ulncys,
St. Paul, Minn. St. Pauls, 4; Grand
Peoria, 111. Peorias, 1-'; Muskegons,
Louisville, Ky. Louisvilles, -; Cinciii
Save Your Rags.
Wasiiinijio.v, Juiy 18. Arrangements
are being made by Government olllclals
whereby the importation of rags from
abroad will be prohibited for a period of
three or four mouths. This action is
thought necessary owing to tlio preva
lence of cholera iu foreign countries.
One-Half of tho Papsr Taken Up in the
Jjiscusslou or the Tarifl Question.
Akusia, Me., July IS. Mr. Blaine's
letter of acceptance has been mailed to
the press. It opens with a discussion of
the differences between the Republican
mid Democratic parties ou the
tariff que-tion and- tho importance
of protecting American labor. This
takes up one-half of the letter. Tho sub
ject of American commerce and tho civil
service receive attention. The policy of
a friendly union between the States of
North and South America is defended us
the policy of peace and humanity. Tho
letter contains about six thousand words.
A Public Rocc-ptien to be Tendered to
New nt nvi'onr, Mass., July IS. The
reception to be given by this city to Lieu
tenant Greely is the topic of conversation
everywhere. Prominent features will be
a civic aud military procession, at which
the opportunity to take the hand of the
commander and hear tho story of his
An tic hardships from his own lips will bo
given. Already Newburyport Couiman
dery has called a meeting to consider tho
matter of tho reception.
Big Fire in New York.
New Yoiik, July 18. Tho stores of
Stern Fisher, suit manufacturers; B.
Gardner, elastic webs; Goldsmith oi
Plant, ladies' cloaks, burned to-day.
Feiuii-s, Falls, Minx., July IS. The
Democratic Congressional Convention
nominated Colonel L. L. Baxter by accla
mation. Drowned Near St. Charles.
Sr. Chahi.es, Mu., July IS. Louis
Schelmeler, a resident of this city, was
drowned In the Missouri River, at the
head of Atkinson's Island, yesterday af
ternoon, while catching driftwood. He
leaves a wife and two children.
Two Freitf-ht Trains Wrecked.
Lamas i Lit, Pa., July IS. Two east
bound freight trains ou tho Pennsylvania
Railroad collided near Balnbridge this
morning. Twelve cars aud au engtno
were wrecked. No person was injured.
Tho DeinpaeyFulljanies Fight.
New Yokk, July IS. Tho prize light
between Dempsey and Fulljaines, pre
vented by tho pollco this morning near
hunter's Point, Long Island, It Is said,
will be fought within a hundred miles of
New York shortly.
Seven Days' Failures.
New York, July IS. The failures for
seven days, as reported to Dun & Co.,
are: United states, 10 j; Canada, Ti,
Total, i! 15, against l'JS last week. The
Inereasebeing iu tho Western and Middle
Talk of Another Proteus Investigation.
Washinuton, D. C, July 18. There Is
talk among tho gossips to-day of tho
probable appointment cf another general
court of Inquiry to Investigate tho fall
ura of the Proteus Arctic expedition, but
as Secretaries Lincoln and Chandler are
both absont, the story Is not geurslly
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
More Uiroul. Mplliiif, Mpralnn, Uralses,
Ilium, ScilltU. t'roat It !(,
tsn Al.f. II I It HI 111 till IV I'USS 1MI HUES.
Sul.1 tj IJi u,jot. mil t.'.!..TH every where. Flit C.UU ft bottlt.
I'irpolir.o. ia 11 Lliiituaitel.
THE II AIII.ES A. VOUKI.EH CO.
'Nuc,giii-A.luiiBlJ.litC0 Bultlmurc, SJ., C.S. i.
To tin! needs of the lotirist, commercial trvcler
and new n-tlier. Ht-st.-tter's htuiimcii Bilters U
peculiarly aihipted, cincu It strut nth nn the incen
tive ormi f, nnd liruet j thu pbyidcBl enernlen to
nn heal Hi I'ul ii iliii'iir, e. It r movus end prevents
iivihiriul lever, cunstipiiliiiii, dyt-pepelu, healthfully
Htiiiitihitt s tiio kidneys' nnd blinlder, una enriches
ks well as purities :1m blood, Wle-n overcoiim by
t'ntiinif, whetlu-r menial or pliyslcal, the wenry ami
debilitated Had it a reliable' source of renewed
"treiiyth nnd comfort
l or rule by ail dnu'tiista nud dealers generally.
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The genuine has picture of
BULL on every package.
For particulars see our next
DO AS OTHERS
CbCmf4: HAVE DONE.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
wi're. nrttrllei.l Wn Klvi-nun l.y 111 bum tlot-t.-rs In
mun.-r nurc Hi.. 1L' G lilt, Irmii n.v irF.,. I
vuiruii." m. w, Jjovtraui,ilucluiiue,luui,ini;h.
Are vour rtfirvos wealr?
"KldU.-V Win t .-iii-Oil ri-....t n.,-v.,i.d u...lrn,.m
..ittt-r 1 whs n.it i-iiic t,..! to liv..."-jn-H. M, U. 11.
K'jouwiu. U. tvinsliun Aluiulur tlcvcliuij, O,
Have you Bripht's Disease?
u. ii L .ir-,'ii in, w i- i in r waLr iu
uu ti,ai& una nun iiki iho-'ii.--
trunk V, iijon, IVaboJy, uaw.
Suffering from Diabetes?
"KiJn.-y W..rt lliie in. -t silt'ee-Mlnl rvmeitv I hAVft
OTvr Uacd. Olvm iilnni c I u rue. I In to lvlli-'f."
Vr. i hilllp C. Bulluu, JIybJUod, Yfc
Have you Liver Complaint?
tviiiut-y-i on ciireu mo oi coromo luvi-r uukmuwi
ll.4 l IUHH-'I l", lilt".
Henry V, anl, lato Cel. 5tli N'at. Guard, X. T.
Is your Back lamo nnd aching?
"kiiln.'V-W.irt. 1 1 In.ltli-. , mod mu wht-u i ffaiiao
1 Uuuu I haj i,n i.nt ot l.eil."
V. a. TAIiiuutfo, ailtraiute wis,
Havo you Kidney Disease?
"Kl-ln. y-V iTt nind-. i.i.. inn I tn llvi rain! kldueyi
JWa bcx.'1 Sam 1 UudtCM, WiUmimluwn, Wert Va,
Are you Constipated?
"K!'ini-y-Voi t 1'iin -es i-u-y oviu-iititiitim and cured
mo a(U-r Vi yiius ' eth.-r ninllrines."
:Vlioti Kaucluld, sc. Albans, Vt
Have you Malaria?
"Kl-ln. v .-rt hn-i il.iru b.-ttt-i tlniti any other
renu-Uy i bam ever u d b my pra-i lee."
Pi. It. K. CLu-k.auUlulIoro.Vt
Aro you Bilious?
"Kl Iney Ihh deni.m) more irood than any
firirr vi-uisi i.r uiniii.v. t.iriu u... i.-nii,-. ji worm
other ivuwdy I li.ti ever taken."
.hid. j. i. i.iuiunuy, t.1 tut, Oregon.
Are you tormented -with Piles?
"Kiiln. y W.irt lnrmiiil.TiI cillf.l mo of bleeding
pUeJ. Dr. w. I'. Klini reiv.ninieini. il It to nit'."
Ovo. IS. Hurst, Caoh.t-r II. Hunk, llyorntuwn, Pa.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"kidni-y-Wort cui-.-il nit, after 1 wa (riven up to
die by nliysk-iiui-) nnd 1 h.ul nu-r-d thirty ver."
ElbnJua Malcolm, West Hath, Maine.
Ol I.M.1.1J, IUU JUU DUilQllll i
"Kiiltn y W.ii t cured mo of tieoiillur troutd, of I
MM i-nu jiMratiinmime-. aiany rrlnili use anil priu-w. i
u. 3u t. ii. umurnui, me La UutCc, t fc I
If you would Banish Disease
l and gam Health, Take
Thb Blood Cleansir.
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