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CAIItO, ILL, Fill DAY MOKNING, AUGUST 15, 1B.U
RUKU9UTIS.H and NKIHAUJIA have
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they lis vo corrupted the blood, dcuorahzod the Joint,
vexed tue nerves, agonized die tuundun awl raeiid
Uie brain wttb wearying rain.
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Further Particulars of the Dreadful Strait
to Which the Greely Tarty Were
Reduced to Prolong Life.
A Droad Hint As to What Became of the
Missing Bodies Said to Have
Nkw Vohk, August It. The Times
ays: The remains of l'rlvate Henry,
bliot at the Greely camp, Juue U, were
fout.d by the rescuing party a quarter of
a mile beyond the tout of the starving
men. There was hardly anything left
but a pile of bones, stripped of marly
every trace of lle.-li except some of the
lower part of the trunk. The head could
not be found. The bones were placed In
a bag. With the roiuains of six others
on board they were deposited in a box
two feet iong. A day or two after the
squadron began the homeward trip the
ollicers determined to remove all suspi
cion of cannibalism, and prepared the
bones fur burial. Sticks of wood were
procured, and to these, fitted to the prop
er length, the bones were tied until ad
were as nearly in place a it was possi
ble to get them.
I UK IIK.tl) WAS MIS l.VG
and a block of wood was made to do
duty in Its place. Then this frame work
in the shape of a man was tied to a plauk
ami wound with cotton c'.otli as the other
bodies had been. It was then surrept;
uusly 'placed in one of the alcohol tilied
tanks with some of the olh';r. It was
this bundle of wood that was brought to
'ew York, claimed by friends of lfeuiy
and buried. It is doubtful if those hami
1 ng the remains ut St. John's had any sus
picion that one of the btind.es was largely
made up of wood. The body of Sergeant
Cross, who died January 1;', when taken
from the grave, showed,
.SO SIMjS 01 LilXAV,
yet of Ikury, who died only sixteen days
before tlu relief arrived, there was noth
ing left but a lew l!e-h.e?s bones. The.
head had probab y been thrown into the
sea to i revent tdeutilkatioti. la this
work of th . officers of thi Hear it was
not possible to renuve all truces of lLo
buhet by which Henry met his death.
Flesh was cut from the bodies of the oth
er dead a the pangs of hunger grew too
strong for the survivors, but with Henry
freshly killed it was different, 'i he men
LOOM:!) AM' TK I Hi. FI.KsH,
and by this means life was sustained until
rescue came. The burying ground aud
the cape, where ten bodies were reported
as louud, was back of the camp and away
from the water. Five bodies were re
ported by Commander Schley as havii g
been buried in an ice floe near the camp,
from which they were washed out to sea.
It was supposad, so reported, that
the survivors were unable, from
weakue", to bury the dead in the grave!,
but a comparison ol dates in Commander
Sibley's report to Secretary Chan Her
shows that the body of Lieutenant Lock
wood reported as having died on April
was recovered and brought home,
while the body of Sergeant Kice, who
died on the same day, had beeu buried in
the Ice lloe aud washed away to sea. The
other four reported as carried away by
the waves died in June. If all the facts
are told it is not improbable that
began much sooner, and was more exten
sive than has been supposed, and of so
horrible a character that the ollicers of
the relief expedition did not dare to bring
the remnants of the five bodies reported
as washed away, with them. It is stated by
several sailors that pieces of human lles'h
were found about the camp. Uue of the men
took one of tho pieces on board the ship,
where he was compelled to throw it over
board. Liefore rt aching St. John's the
crews of all the vessels were called alt,
aud warned to say nothing of the expe
dition, nothing of its success or failure,
aud nothing ot what they saw iu the Arc
The fact that the caps were not re
moved from the heads of the dead bodies
on board the Thetis, and that uot even
the sailors were allowed to look beneath
the screen, is another evidence of the
fact that tho bodies bore evidences of
mutilation by knives, and that the head
ol l'rivate Henry was missing.
The Remains of Sergeant Linn.
I'm la i ' k Li' l ha , Fa., August 14. The
undertaker who buried the remains of
Sergeaut Linn, of the (Jreely expedition,
in this city last Sunday, has received a
dispatch Irdm Washington directing him
under no circumstauces to permit tho
disinterment of the remains or the opeti
iug of the metallic casket containing the
body of the Sergeant.
Packing the Bodies.
New Yokk, August 14. Au oillcer of
the Thetis describes the manner iu which
the bodies of the dead were packed by
F.nsign Ilarlus, Chief L'uglueer Melville,
Dr. Amies aud Lieutenant Cross. Ho
says : "They cut off all the clothing aud
sewed tho corpses up iu sheets. Then
the limbs and bodies were tightly en
veloped in muslin bandages, which
were also sewn up, and the
heads aud laces were all
concealed iu like manner. Tho only arti
cle of clothing which was not removed
was a woolen skull cap worn by each.
We left that on because wo were afraid
to remove it. After being thus prepared
the bodies were p aced iu iron tanks and
covered with alcohol. Tho bodies were
removed from the tanks aud placed iu tho
iron caskets by ollicers also, and no oth
ers saw them.
Greely's Official Report.
Washington, D. C, August 14. Gen
eral llazen has received Lleutcuant
Greely's oflklal report of the execution
ol l'rlvate lloiiry. Greely says It became
necessary to order the military
execution of Henry for coutinued
thieving. Tho order was given in
writing on Greoiy's individual ro
BponsilHllty, being deemed essential for
the safety of tho survivors, Ikury
was repeatedly warned, but continued
tlio thefts. He ordered him shot Juno
fl. The order was submitted to the cn
re reu tv rind whs ronrtirivil In a lust.
ry member of the party declared him
guilty. They had clamored for his lifo
aefore, but Greely restrained thorn until
further depredations rendered his execu
tion necessary June C.
IK1.SH NATIONAL J. LAG UK.
Sexton and Redmond on the Platform
Convention- Ham, Boston, Mash.,
August 14. Faneuil Hall, whero the Irish
National League Is holding its annual
Convention, was visited this morning by
a large uumber of persons who were
curious to see the elaborate decorations.
The session was called at 11 a. ru., but at
that hour uot more than fifty dele
gates Lad arrived. Ail Interest in
to-day's session centers on . the
report which is expected from the
Committee on resolution. Tho commit
tee which had a protracted session last
night, is understood to be ready to sub
mit a report as soon as called upon. The
placing of Sexton aud ltedmond, mem
bers of l'arliarnent, on this committee
had the effect of Increasing Interest in
the platform, which it is the duty of the
juunittee to prepare. The resolutions
to be submitted have the approval of
these two gentlemen and will voice tho
sentiment of 1'arnell, whom Sexton rep
resents. CALLED TO OKDKIt.
The conventlo i was called to order at
11:43. The chairman read a tele-cram
from the National League of Milwaukee
contributing 81,000 to the parliamentary
lurid. Applause. J Othe smaller sub
scriptions were announced. A telegrim
Irom St. l'atrli k's Alliance Convention,
being held in Jersey City, indorsing the
objects of the League, was read and ap
plauded. The chairman announced that
Mr. O'Sulllvan, of IrMand, was in the
hall, aud bore a letter of introduction
from that sterling patriot,
Applause. He mentioned the fact in
orler that the courtesy ol the lloor might
be extended Mr. o'sulllvan. The com
mittee to audit the report of the tluauce
committee reported that the accounts as
submitted were correct. The report of
tac finance committee was therefore ap
proved. The Committee on Resolutions
requested aud were granted further time
to complete the work. The Committee
on Constitution not being ready to report
a call was made for the reading of Da
vitt's letter, in O'suUiv au's possession.
THE SLLUVA.N FAMILY.
l'rior to reading the letter a handsome
bouquet wa-s h: uded to Chairman Gan
non, vho announced that it was a gift
'rom a patriotic lady of Boston to Presi
dent Sullivan. Amid cheers buliivan
walked down the aisle to receive the to
ten. An enthusiastic delegate with a very
narked brogue rose, swinging his hat
md made s.lghtly incoherent remarks
sulogiz ng the Su livan family of all
rountrles and climes, and especially the
'.'resident of the League. 'J he laughter
A hich ensued was increased by a humor
us reference by Chairman Ganuon to the
act that there was still another eminent
Juilivan in Boston. President Sullivan,
u accepting tho bouquet made a lew ap
ropriate remarks. F'ather Connatty,
Treasurer of the rarncll lund, reported
hat the total receipts to that fund had
teen 817,'j'is, all of which had been trans
oitted to Ireland, all ex-penses of coilec
Ion being met by the Interest on the
und. The report was adopted with the
hanks of the Convention.
i TWLLVL YLAK l'UH HOWSEK.
'he First Conviction in the Murrays
ville Gas Well Case.
Pittsburgh, Pa., August 14. A. II.
iowser, tried for the killing of Obadiah
laymaker during the Murraysvilie gas
rell riots, was this morning con
victed of murder in the second
icgree and remanded to jail for
eutence. Upon the application of
ounsel, the trials of Milton Weston, of
Chicago; Colonel Blakely, of Pittsburgh,
.nd four other defendants, were coutin
icd until the September terra. The pen
alty for murder iu the second degree is
welve years iu the Penitentiary. It is
robable, however, that Bowser will ap
ly for a uew trial.
rhey Invite the Sheriff to Surrender a
Prisoner The Litter's Sud
Cotvlla, Tex., August 14. Lastnight
aue hundred armed men surrounded the
jail and invited the Sheriff to surrender
Green McCulloiigh, held on a charge of
murder. After going through this little for
mality the vigilants proceeded to take the
man, aud escorting him to a neighboring
tree, left him dangling heels down at the
end of a rope. The occasion of tho
visiting of summary justice upou Mc
Cullough, was the murder yesterday
evening of Charles Bragg, with whom
McCulloiigh had had a previous alterca
tion, which, at the time was thought to
be tiuully settled. McCullough, how
ever, only went away to arm himself.
Subsequently returning, he sought out
his victim in a gambling room aud shot
him through aud through with a ritle,
killing him instantly.
Miraculous Escape of the Passengers
of a Ditched Train.
Marshall, Micti., August 14. Tho
engine of the Michigan & Ohio excursion
train due here at 7:30 this a.m. from
liattio Creek, jumped the track ono mile
west of this city. Tho engine
turned completely over. The bag
gage cur was thrown into the air
so that a telegraph pole telescoped It
from bottom to top. The next two
coaches lay crosswise of the track, but
the passengers miraculously escaped In
jury. The engineer was badly hurt, hav
ing both arms broken and injured inter
nally. His name is Tom Uussell, of Dun
kirk, N. Y. Conductor Buck was bruised
considerably. Tho fireman was thrown
fifteen feet, but not badly hurt. The ex
cursion was to Detroit by the Knights of
Pythias, at Battle Creek. Men are now
busy clearing the wreck, but tho track
will not be clear before to-morrow. Tho
ctiplrio was running backwards at tho
time of the accident. Tho tlreuian says
tbo train wus going fifteen miles an hour.
Lots of Friends, But No Ball.
Atchison, Kas., August 14. Frank P.
Stauborn, late chief bookkeeper of Vow
ler Brothers Packing Company, is iu Jail
tn default ol bat), undercharge of forery
and coulldeaco operating. Whllo being
arrested ho shot at the Ulcers repeated
ly. Ho gives tho names of parties in
ClilrflDO, St. I.ouH and Kansas City of
WITH HIS LIFE.
The Man From Malno Will Defend
the Honor of His Wlfo
The Missouri Democracy in State Conven
tion Assembled Complete Their Labors
and Adjourn Without Day.
Missouri Greenbacks, Illinois Antv
Blaine Will Defend His Wife's Honor
A Manly Letter.
In vi ana polls, I.vd., August 14. On
the 8th lust., the Indianapolis .SWUmtJ
contained au editorial, charging that
James G. Blaine seduced his wile before
marriage, aud then only married her at
the muzzle of a shot-gun. This paper
was forwarded to Blaine's Secretary, and
this morning the following was received.
IlAit Hakim K, Me., August 14.
T Uu: FAitcr of the hmumnrxlU Timu:
.. Imve thl nnm.-nt received tin- atrocious
niH-i ot the IinlutnuHjis bnitxml. Tho story
is utterly und tiUfniimMy false iiijevcry Htato
iiifiit and In every implicutioii. Political
slander Id,, nut up to imti e, hut this edi
tor uBsads tin- honor of my w ile und my chil
dren. I detilre yuu, wlihout an hour's delay, to em
ploy a proper attorney und have the ron
slldn publishers c,f tlieiriW su-l for I.bel
in the L'nite i Mutes District ( ourt of IndiaiiH.
Jt Is my only r-i. e.ty and I am sum Unit lion
oral l.: Iieni'.erals ahko with honorable Hepute
ln'uiia will justify me in defending the honor
Of my land,-, if iiet-d Lie, wiui my life.
l'ie'lj Jajhks G. Blaine.
Halloway at once placed the case in
the hands of Seuator Ben Harrison, and
suit will be commenced immediately.
They "Kava Finished the FiRht and
Kept the Faith."
Jefferson City, Mo., August 14.
The Convention sat all night and ad
journed shortly after six o'clock this
w. t. downing,
of Scotland County, was nominated for
He wa3 nominated on the fourth bal
lothis oniy opponent being Albert O.
Allen, of Jackson.
The next business was the selection of
two electors-at-largc, which was soon
accomplished, owing to the worn-out
:oudition ol the delegates. Six can
didates were named: Hou. Henry C.
Brokmeyer, of St. Louis, General
James Craig, of St. Joseph; Judge
J. J. Lindley, of St. Louis; Win. M.
Rush, of Daviess, and J. C. Cravers, of
Green. Tho ballots resulted In the al
most unanimous choice of Henry C.
Brokmeyer and General James Craig.
ADJOURNED SINE DIE.
All business having been completed
the convention adjourned at six o'clock
this morning after nearly a continuous
session of twenty-two hours.
St. Lous, Mo., August 14. Tho
Greenbackers of the Ninth Congressional
District will have a graud Butler and
West rally at Chouteau avenue hall this
evening. One of the purposes of the
meeting will be tho election of delegates
to the Kansas City Convention, which as
sembles on the 20th lust. Colonel F.
J. Underwood, of Springfield, Mo., will
speak. There will another grand
rally of Greenbackers to Indorse
the nominees of the State Convention,
at Lucas Market, Tuesday, August 20th.
It is understood that the State Conven
tion will do nothing looking to coalition
with the Republican party. While they do
not expect to elect their ticket, they
feel that any vote cast for it
will strengthen the anti-monopoly
cause. The members of labor
unions will vote for Ben Butler
as a rule, but as tho Con
stitutions of many of tho unions forbid
Interference In politics no general action
wi 1 be taken by the labor element. The
probability Is that Hon. Nicholas Ford,
of Buchanan County, will be nominated
for Governor, at Kansas Crty, although
F. M. Kice and Henry Eshbauga are also
mentioned. The Greenbackers are de
termined to make a vigorous and spirited
Bloomington, III., August 14.
There Is some commotion in the ranks of
;he Greenback anti-monopoly party of
Illinois. Two calls have been issued for
the holding of a State Convention in this
city. One call is signed by Z. Waters,
chairmau of tho anti-monopoly State
Committee, aud Jesse Harper, of tho
National Committee for holding a con
vention on tho 19th lust., the other
by A. II. McKeighan, who is not a sup
porter of Butler, and who has called a
State Convention on the 27th. It is
thought that the two factions will come
together and meet In convention ou tho
St. John at a Temperance Meeting.
Rochester, N. Y., August 14. At the
annual camp meeting of the Lyons Pro
hibition Association of St. John Circuit
yesterday, addresses were made by John
Sobieska, of Missouri, and Miss Ella A.
Boole, of Brooklyn, who spoko on "Tho
Representative voter aud his voto." Ex
Governor St. John, of Kansas, delivers
au address this afternoon.
To Nominate Judges.
Cincinnati, 0., August 14. The Third
Judicial Circuit Republican Convention
met at Lookout House at noon to-day, 'to
nominate threo judges for tho district
composed of tho counties of Butler,
Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton and War
The Great Terror Grown Old BefbrelHis
Tune by 8slMnduIjranoe.
Boston, Mass., August 14.- benefit
was given last night to Thomas J.Bwuay,
the pugilistic number of the BostomCom
mon Council, at the Institute baiMBDg.
About 3,(00 people attended, Md there
wore set-to's between a score oi local
boxers, Including tbo cbaWBtou
Sullivan has been drinking IhgaiiH
and ho showed h effects of It
very plainly. Ha vroat Uo a
iprce ever since. Ho sobered off la timo
for tho exhibition, but tho friendly seU
to's In which ho took part were decidedly
tamo. Tho llrst was between the cham
pion and Domlnlck McCaffrey. Tho
men sparred lightly, aud two or threo
times Sullivan made a great rush
it McCaffrey, but failed to
get in any heavy blows,
and Domlnlck might have pnnlshed him
severely. Tho champion's next set-to
was with Steve Taylor, of Jersey City.
They sparred three one-minute rounds.
The champion evidently tired very easily,
ind in the second and third rounds the
men s uiply shaped each other a few
times and sat down. There were no
real blows exchanged. Sullivan last ap
peared in a playful set-to with the bene
tlciary or the ev ening.
MURDEKKI) IN TIIK RING.
The "Manly Art" Disgraced by a Brutal
Oijsan, N. Y., August 14. James
McGregor recently became involved in
i difficulty with Richard O'Neill, and
ou Saturday they met In the village of
Washington, where, accompanied by
five others, they weut to a barn to settle
their differences by a prize light. After
lighting two rounds McGregor said ho
wa.s satisfied, aud offering his hand
to O'Neill. The latter took it
and holding It tightly suddenly tripped
McGregor up. McGregor fell heavily,
striking on his lace. O'Neill seized him
by the hair and, raising his head up
quickly several times, kuocked his face
with all his strength against the floor un
til McGregor became uncouscious. Then,
without any iuterl rence on the part of
the bystanders, O'Neill pounded Mc
Gregor ank kicked bim for at least a
minute. Ho then ran to a pump near by
ahd returned with a bucket of water;
sponged the blood from McGreg
or's face and finally restored
him to consciousness. No sooner
did his opponent show that he had
regained his senses thau O'Neil again be
gan to kick aud pound him, and again
rendered tho man unconscious. O'Neill
aud the others then went away, leaving
McGregor ou the barn floor. No atten
tion was paid to him until Sunday morn
ing, when, being found still senseless In
the barn, a physician was called. Mc
Gregor never recovered consciousness,
and died on Monday. At last accounts
no arrests had been made.
Free FiKht Broken Up.
Qcincy, III., August 11. A prize light
was broken up here to-day by the arrest
of one of tho principals shortly before
arrangements were completed. The pair
were local toughs.
BAsE BALL lmi.V 1 TIES.
Score of Games Played on Wednesday,
Philadelphia, Pa. New Yor's, 0; Phil
adelphias, 4 Mhletic-i, S; Metropoli
Chicago, III. Uuflalos, 15; Chicagos4.
Cleveland, O. CleveUuJs, 1; De
Pittsburgh, Ta. Baltlmores, 8; Alle
Toledo, O. Toledos, 11; Indianapo
Cincinnati, O. Cinclunatis, "J; Louls
No game at Providence on account of
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 7;
Chicago Unions. 3.
Kansas City, Mo. Cincinnati Unions,
tJ; Kansas City Unions, 4.
Saratoga, N. Y, August 14. Tho
weather is clear aud warm aud the track
iu good condition. Attendance large.
First Race Pnrso of 100; two-year,
three-quarter mile: Won by Verano,
first; Tllllo Doe, second; Irish Pat, third.
Time, 1 :is. Mutuals paid $10.20.
Brighton Beach Races.
New York, August 14. Tho bright sun
and fresh breeze attracted a large crowd
to tho Brighton Beach races yesterday.
First Race Beaten horses, three
fourths mile: Marsh Redon, first; King
Day, second; Medusa, third. Time,
Second Race Selllug allowances, ono
mile: Sister, llrst; Eros, sccoud; Edwin
A, third. Time, 1 :45.
Third Race Manhattan Beach Railroad
stakes, one mile and threo lurlougs:
Mike's Pride, first; Joo Mitchell, sccoud;
Henry B, third. Time, 2:27.
Fourth liacc Handicap, one and one
half miles: Levant, llrst; Little Butter
cup, second; Arsenic, third. Time,
Fifth Race All ages, seven furlongs:
Tom Martin, llrst; Frank E., second;
Barney, third. Time, 1:30.
Sixth Race Handicap steeplechase
over short course: Puritan and Odette
dead heat for first place; Nlmblefoot,
second. Time, 2:43.
Rochester, N. Y., August 14. The at
tendance at the driving park yesterday
was fully as large as ou tho second day
In any past season. The weather was
warm enough to bring out better timo
than was made Tuesday, as the summary
will show :
First Race 2:23 class, purse, 1,500,
divided: Onward, llrst; Belle h .
ond; Earlo, third.
made by Earlo.
Second Race 2 :2d class, pacing race,
$1,000, divided: Miunio K., llrst; Jewctt,
second; George G., third. Best time,
A Scurvy Game.
Portsmouth, Va., August 14. Tho
Baltimore Uulon Base Ball Club played
a Portsmouth Club aud wcro caught us
ing two balls, a dead and a live ball.
Score 8 to 0, sixth inulng, in favor Balti
more Union. Score yesterday between
the same clubs was 10 to !) in favor ol
Portsmouth. Sullivan umpired both
games. Tho extra ball was taken from
the person ol Seery, who played left Held
for Baltimore Unions. Great excite
ment prevailed at the park. ,
Ikkf.man, III., August It. Carl Wcs
tcrtuan, who was married last weok, cut
Ws throat last night with a raaor. lie
had quarreled with bis mother-ln-law.
Shot the Wrong Mao.
Lono Lake, III., August 14. Tho
horse stolen from Thomas Marshall, at
the Diaff, waa recovered in Caroudelet.
In tbe chase alter the thief O. D Oberlm
wu accldootally shot nod seriously
TEST YOUR BAKING POMR TO-DAY!
.J'.'.'C V" ,nr"!"n on a but stove until hptid,th
rni.M tin-...ner mid null, a c-lu-niut lli uut b r
qmroU luik-Ujct Uo iirwuc ot unimonln.
DOES SOT CONTAIN AMMONIA.
ITS lltULlHHLl.M IUH NEVER HI IX Ml K9TIOXED.
In s million home for a quarter of a century It lui
Ituvd the t'on-imifi-' rell:i!.le tet.
THE TESTOFTKE OVEN.
PRICE UAKINd rOAYDElt CO.,
Dr. Price's Special Flawing Extracts,
TliQtfroflf mot I rlfllclom and naiurftlfUtor knonn.ajn
Dr. Price's Lupulin Yeast Gems
For IJtflit, H.-iilihv lirt-n-I. Th Best Dry llp
V.m-t In the World.
FOR SALE BY GROCERS.
CHICACO. - 6T. LOUIa,
Rick ITojidfirhe and rcliere all tho troubles Inci
dent to H bilious mute of tlie pyatem, inch as Diz
rine.s Nainm, Drowtinw, DistrcM after eatinir,
IV n, in the Side, Ac. While their most rvawrk
sblo euav A has beta shown la curing
TtcatUchf-.yrt Curtcr'iLlttle Liver Pills are Mm ally
Tiluablo in Constipation, curing and preveutln2
th.)annoyinscomplaint,vvtiii(i the also correct
a'l diord ra of the stomach, Btlmnlatu the liver
aud regulate the bowels. Kvta it thi j only cored
Ache they vnld bealmnut priceless to thoM whJ
eiufi r f rra this distrcKaiiiK complaint; but fortu
Iiatyly their fiooUucea does not tudhire,and thosa
who onca try them will find these little pills valu
able in so many way that they will not be willing
to do without tataa. Uut after all sick head
In thebs.no of fo many lives that here is whew wa
tnako our fruit beaut. Our pill cure It waila
Others do st.
Carter's tittle Liver Tills flr very small ana
very easy to take. Ono or two pills maltea dose.
They aro strictly veri table and do no gripe or
purge, but by their fMUlo action please all who
t-etlieni. In vials at 2J cents; flvo orl. 6ulJ
ty drut'o-iata tvuy where, or sunt by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE C0..XeTt- York
tue best Tiny a Exoiry
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
SAVES LAIJOIt, TIMK find SO. VI AMAZ
l.Mil.V, Hinl fives iiiiieriil MdUrnotlou. Ma
family, rich or poor, should bo witUout it.
Hold bv all Oroct'M. MKWAKK of imitations,
well designed to mislead. I'K.V ItLINK is the
(IM.V sAI H IhImt suvum compound, aud U
WUi's bear the above symbol, ami name ol
JAUi:3 I'VLE. SKW VUKU.
Liver aud Kidney Eemedy,
I Compounded from the well known I
Curatives Hons, Malt, Iiuehii, Man
drake, Dandelion, Sursaparillft, Cas-
eara Sazrmla, etc., combined with au
a?re'.'ihli Aromatic tuixir.
THEY CUKE DYSrLTSIA k INDIGESTION,
Act upon tho Liver and Kidney.,
REGULATE TUB BOWELS,
I They euro Uheumntlsm, and all Uri
nary troubles, mey invigorate,
nourish, strengthen and quiet
the Nervous Kystem
As a Tonic they have no Equal,
Tate nono uut Uopg aim Malt Bitters.
FOB SALE BY ALU DEALERS.
Hops and Malt Sitters Co,
Tho Weekly Bulletin.
J-tTChil9 of TEN for 2.50. tcml name!