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THE DAILY UAlKO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKN1MG, JUNE 11, 1881.
N'otlro In thin colomnldreo Unci or leM SSceoii
oMiniurtioq ori (W jr week.
FnH RENT Cotttge on Fonrtomth Street op
ihv I'oilotlke to let to (mill family.
ApfaW OB- LBACO. 4tf
f-OR KENT Mreoiuce, South ide Fourth St.,
ner corner VbluKton Aenno. AppWtoon.
M. B. QILBKUT.
IVASTED LOCAL AGENTS To toll and deliver
IT on commlMion. A Rood chance tot i capble,
neriUc nd trntworth mn.
k 8. C. i'ALMEK, Bloomlngton, 111.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PArKIi OF ALEXANDER COUSTT
ENTKRSLD AT TUB CAIRO rOSTOFFICK FOR
TRANSMISSION THKOl'ilU THE MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
itENEIiAL LOCAL ITEMS
AdJitionl locals on third page.
Mr. W. II. McCullough was at The
nKidy yfsterdy on a business trip.
Ice, wo-td and kindling, at City Brew
ry, Jseob Klee. tf
M:. Ilirry Greer, drug-'ut, of Jones
Ivro, Illinois, is rusticating at Dixon
T)jg catchers are already abroad with
t'r.r.r :rs-noosed poles, looking for tag-less
T.c'icf . Hc have also been taken up by
lit C5.:, to the number of ten or a dozen.
Ci.'t- T. W. Shields returned ytster lay
:r:s Ltiirton, Kj where he bad batn
f:c tiveral diys attending the bedside of
Li t.-tltr-b-uvr, who was danjetously
Tacrrrw is the first big day for tbe
iHixri'.t of th:. Cvngreseional district.
Tit C:iri--oa convene at i o'clock
SiTiraiifek-.a srr.i even yester-
lV. 3. Eids recciTrd 1 10,000
f.rkr l:'r'i fjfroh 1-efore s Committee of
:lt E:c-?f L::i siinst the proposed
il'.? iizk- titfif: Liverpool and Manchcs
- Mr. Fl:'.. V. Pields was a ca'.ler at
Tei Brii-E'N oc yesterday. Lie is one
ci the -you:g Democrats" of Tope County
kc: cf tie ih that saves r he politics of
l:i from putrifiction.
S.-rebvly reports that a very fine
f-:w fell Ltre yesterday morning. Cer
iLz'.j. most anything might Lave been ex
ited ordering the state of the weather
srj-il us and here the day before.
A hij tamed Martin died at the
"SViverj Hotel Monday. She came there
tkut two weeks ago, gave birth to a child
a'xut a week ago and never recorered. Iler
remains were taken home yesterday by her
Mr.Ti.omiS Kease is having the frame
building on VTa'hiDgton Avctue above
Eleventh Street, that was destroyed by fire
some time ago, rebuilt. The new building
will be about the same in siz-j and style as
tLe old one was. The first floor yAt's are
Aliermaa 0:r received tews several
dsys ago of the death of his br jther-in-lsw,
Judge Warr-n Wagar, in California. De-cei-el
w&9 about sixty-five yeare old. He
was an old citizen of Kentucky before re
moving to the Pacific coast and quite
prominent in politics, being a man of fine
tileits, natural and acquired. He died on
tLe nth of May.
Mr. E. A. Buder yesterday bought the
three-story brick bouse on Commercial
Avenue, known as the Arlington House, be
longing to Mr. Cunningham and Mrs. Ellis
The amount paid was f 8,000 cash, which
cans are. strongly opposed to the statesman
from Maine. And this, too, is a fact, that
if Blaine should nevertheless secure the
nomination, so many of tho German Re
ublicans would yote fi.r the Democratic
candidate that those states in which the
German vote is decisive would bo lust to
the party in November."
All members and the Mayor wore pres
ent at tbe Council meeting last night, it be
ing the second regular meeting this month.
Heading of minutes was dispensed with.
Under head of report of officers the
Mayor nominated Col. James S.Rearden for
Chief of Police and Mr. Bougbner
for Street Supervisor, both of which nomi
nations were unanimously confirmed.
The Mayor also communicated to the
Council that he was credibly informed that
Officer John Tyler was guilty of gross neg
lect of duty in the caee of the assault by
Officer Taylor upon Alderman Stout
Saturday, and lie reported that
he had suspended the officer from duty un
til the case should have been investigated
by the coniuiitttfe on police, jail aud fire de
partment, to which the Mayor's communica
tion was referred.
Mayor also reported having released
Fatrick McAlpine from jail, upon
earnest petition of bis wife .
Treasurer Xellis reported that balance in
general fund, from last fiscal year, was
$987.96. Balanco in special assessment
fund was (2,650.97. Report receive 1 and
Chief Myers reported on resolution to
notify owners of certain propaty on 13th
and 15th Strwets to have same vacated that
said owners were not residents of this
state and that the resolution had been com
plied with. Report was received and filed.
Corporation Counsellor reported upon
matters referred to him, that ordinance re
quiting railroads to contract and repair
crossings over which the tracks are laid
was not legal because no penalty fur viola
tion was imposed and that therefore resolu
tion requiring Wabash road to repair
crossing on Twenty -eighth Street could not
be enforced. That the resolution requiring
-Wabash road to place fligmen at certain
crossings on Commercial Avmue, was not
in the form required by ordinances govern
ing said matter, and wa?, therefore, void;
anithatin reference to the question of
how many tracks Wabash Company
had a right to operate on Commercial
Avenue, the Counsellor required further
On motion of Aldermaj Patier, Counsel
lor was instructed to prepare ordinance
neces?ary to enforce resolution with regard
to railroad crossings on streets; resolution
concerning stationing of flagmen at cross
ings was referred to committee on pohce,
jail and fire department, with instructions
to report resolution in accordai.ee with or
dinance governing the matter; and with
reference to question of ho many tracks
Wabash road had right to operate on Com
mercial Avenue, Counsellor wa3 granted
Committee on Streets reported having
instructed Comptroller to purchase 1,000
DuQuoin brick for sidewalks. Report re
ceived and filed.
Miscellaneous claims allowed.
Alderman Wood reported for Ordinance
Committee, an ordinance granting Jo-. Des
dimonia privilege to remove frme buildicg
from lot on corner Sixth and Commercial
to vacant lot on w.-t side of Commercial
below Fourteenth; another ordinance grant
ing F. Malinski privilege to build frame
addition to bouse on Sixth; and an ordi
nance nrovidintr for filling Eleventh
i3 considered a very fair price. It ha3 not
yet been determined whether there will be m Fi(tecnth Streetgi from WabU
inston Avenue west. Committee also
any change in the business of the house for
The Democrats held two Conventions
at Anna Monday, nominated a county
ticket and selected delegations to the State I
Convention to ha held at Peoria and to I
the Congressional and Senatorial Conven-
LEFT TO PERISH,
Part of an Ioe-Imprlsonod Crew
Rescued, Others Abandoned
to Their Pate.
The Steamer Biz Brothers Lost at Bea,
and the Captain and Three of
the Crew Drowned.
Berber Now Said to Have Fallen, and the
Garrison and European Residents
Sy, Jonxs, N. I, Juno 10. The
schooner Six Brothers was lost at lhicca
dleu and the captain and thirteen ieu
The steamship Plover reports the res
cuing of forty-live of the sealing crew of
the ice-stranded brig Confederate. She
could not save the remalulng thirty. Sue
was foiced to retreat ou aecouut of an
Ice nip, which approached within twelve
mllea of the Confederate. There wire no
provisions or fuel on board the brig. The
crew were suffering fearfully,
Cairo, June 10. Information since re
ceived throws doubt on the story of the
messenger from Berber bearing dis
patches dated June 3 to the effect tli.it
the place was still holding out. It Is now
reported that Berber was captured ou
Juue 2; that the Governor wul family
remained faithful to the Egyptian cause,
ami that the garrUon ami Europeans were
massacred by the rebels shortly after tlio
London", June 10. The objection
agaiut St. Gatien, oue of the Derby
dead heaters, on tho ground of Insufficient
description, which was to have been en
tertained to-day has been withdrawn.
London, June 10. Arraugeineut are
being made for a monster meetiegut Bel
fast to protest against the Government's
policy of encouraging Nationalists au J
suppressing Royalists' meetings.
London, June 10. In the House of
Commons this alteruoon Gladstone denied
that Turkish aid had been solicited for
the paclficatiou of th3 Soudan, but ad
mitted that the Sultan had been invited
to occupy the ports ol the Ked Sea w ith
London, June 10. The Government
has decided to build a railway from Sua
klni to Berber. Gordon's sister has re
ceived offers amounting to twei.ty thou
sand pounds for the relief of her brother.
London, June 10. The race at Ascot
Heath for the Prince of Wales stakes,
ihree years old, was won by Reuben,
Hermitage second, Talisman third.
London, June 10. It is reported that
the sentry at Windsor Castie was iired at
Saturday night by two men who escaped.
Increased vigilance is now shown by the
In the Commons to-day Eitzmaurice,
Under Eorelgn Secretary, state J that rep
resentations touching the duty of friendly
powers regarding the dynamiters had
oeen addressed the United States Gov
;rnment at Washington. No reply had
recommended that Street Committee be in-
sttucted to have walk? around Eiglteenth
Street free school raised. Report and ordi
nances adopted under suspension of rules
and recommendation concurred in.
Finance Committee reported having de-
tious. The State delegates were instructed 1 Btr0J.e( $7,707.21 in city orders.
to vote for Carter Harrison and II. Shelter,
and the others for Albright for Congress,
Hill for the Senate and Linegar and Davis
Mr. Patrick McAlpine is again on duty
at his shop on Eighth Street. His domestic
troubles, which were brought before the
public by the minioui of the law, are prob
ably happily settled and he will settle
down to business again. As is usual in such
cases, his better half who was believed to
have been the aggrieved, pleade I earnestly
for him with tho Mayor. He is s splendid
workman at bis trade, ps all who have pat
ronized him will testify.
Yesterday Mrs. F. M. Stock fleth re
ceived a letter from Miss Daisy Ualliday
who was, when she wrote, May 20th, at
Berlin, Prussia, with her father, Capt. W
P. Ualliday. The writer stated that she
and the Capt., while in Leipzig, bad met
Mr. Tole, father of Mrs. Stockfleth and Mrs.
Schwauitz, and found him and his family
there in excellent health. Capt. Ualliday
and Miss Daisy went from Liepzig to Ber
lin. The Illinois Btauts-Zeitung, the leading
German paper in the Northwes, in its iBsue
of May 31, said editorially and with cm
phiBis: "We can state with all certainty
tbat Maine's favorite son is not the choice
of the Germans of the Northwest by a large
majority. It is not necessary to give in de
tail the grounda of their dislike for Blaine;
the mcontestiblo fact remains tliut an over
whelming majority of German Republi-
Committee on Police, Jail rnd Fire D
partment, through Alderman Patier, Chair
man, asked and was granted further time
to act on petition of Baloon-keepers, refer
red to them at previous meeting of Council
Resolution that Mrs. O. K. Lane be
granted permission to build frame addition
to bouse in fire limits, was referred to prop
Alderman Mcllale offered resolution
providing for setting aside portion of con
tingent fund for purpose of offering rewards
of $100 aud $50 for capturo and conviction
of live stock thieves, and also those losers
of such stock who compromised with such
thieves. Resolution was carried.
Alderman Patier offered resolution
instructing Clerk to give legal notice
for election of one Alderman in First
ward, to fill vacancy created by removal of
Alderman Walker. Ordinance was quoted
providing for special election only in cases
where unexpired term was one year or over,
and resolution was withdrawn until ordi
nance shall have been changed to conform
Alderman Woodward offered resolution
instructing marshal and officers to report
violators of ordinances requiring licenses
for business. Referred to committee on
police, jail and fire department.
-Honda of officers appointed at previous
meeting were approved.
The meeting was a very orderly oue
throughout. There was a good audience
present, but those who came thereif any,
in the hope of witnessing any undigniflud
exhibitions or passion as at the former
meeting, were disappointed.
Dublin, June 10. Six prisoners were
irraigned yesterday for the murder of
Symthe, at Barbavllla. The informer
lamed Cole testified that several English,
Irish and Scotch members of the Loyal
Jrange Society formed a special commlt-
iee to aiford a common center ol action
or all Orangemen.
Dublin, June 10. An Irish-American
jamed Murphy has been arrested at Cas-
ilctown, Bcrehaven. I he police connect
lis appearance with the coming visit of
:ne channel squadron to Bautry Bay.
Br.ussKi.s, June 10. Elections for
tiembers of the Chamber of Hepresenta
;lves resulted In a surprising defeat for
;he Liberals in every place where candl
lates were put forward. In Brussels
(lone the Liberals lost twentj-nix mem
ers. All the cierieal candidates were
tlected by immense majorities. The
King and members of the cabinet are as
tonished. Tbe King immediately sum
lioned M. Malen, a k-ading Catholic aud
i member of the Chamber, for the pur
osc of conference. It is thought the
iormation of a new ministry will be the
Jesuit. The Liberals are greatly discon
lerted at the loss, arid many of the lower
Masses, who arc in sympathy with them,
ire threatening in their demeanor. Seri
es rioting is feared.
Vienna, June 10. Anarchist Stcll
nacher has been sentenced to death
lor the murder of Detective IJloech.
Sokia, June 10. The Servian Legation
bas left. The relations between Bulgaria
auu hcrvia arc ruptured.
1'eauody, Mams., Juue 10. Pinder &
Winchester's tannery burned this morn
lug. Loss, 9 1 25,000.
Nevada Democrat in Convention.
A mix, Nkv., June 10. The Demo
cratic State Convention was called to or
der to-day at noon.
Stockton-, Cal., June 10. The Demo
cratic State Convention met this mo ru
ing with John II. Wise in the chair.
Eight Years for Embezzlemont.
Boston, Mass., June 10. Tilden G.
Abbott, the Watertowu bank embezzler,
pleaded guilty of forgery aud embezzle
meut this uiornlug, aud was sentenced to
eight years lu the State Prison.
Washington, D. C, June 10. 11. L,
Merrick was before the Springer Com
mittee this morning, but owing to the ab
seuce of Stewart aud other Kepublleau
members the examluatiou was postponed
Weatern Union Dividi nd.
Nkw Yoiik, Juue 10. The Western
Union Telegraph Company declared a
quarterly dividend of 3 3-4. A surplus
of ?:'00,oi0 will be left after the pay
ment of the dividend.
A Close Cull.
DKTitoi r, Mini., Juue 10. The steam
er Energy from Wailaccburg out to De
troit, towing bargi-p, foundered on Lake
St. Clair last night. The crew was picked
up, but it was a close call for a consider
able loss ol life.
Audrain County Crop Prospects.
Mexico, Mo., June 10. In conversa
tion with farmers from different parts of
the county it is learued that the pros
pects for an abundant crop is very prom
ising. Corn, though rather late, is loo!;
lua line nd growing rapidly. Tho oat
and grass cropa, irom present indica
tions, wi.l be unpiocedeuted. The rain
of lat night Is of great beueiit to grow
ing crops, aud was much needed in some
parts of the couuiy.
Siiklbvvillk, 1 1.!.., June 10. The
farmers are greatly alarmed at the almost
daiiy heavy rainfalls of the past te days.
Much of the corn stands ia water aud
the weeds are about to devour it, while
agriculturalists are compelled to stand
idly by without the power to remedy the
evil. Wheat harvest will begin in two
weeks if the weather is dry enough. A
yield of ten to lifted bushels per acre is
all tbut is expected.
A Fowdor Magazine Explodes.
Dk.nvf.u, Coi.., June 10. The Giant
Powder Company's magazine, containing
10,000 pounds of Tonite powder, located
three and a half miles cast of this city, ex
ploded with terrific force Mils morning. A
large number of plate-glass fronts In
the business portion of tho city were
wrecked. A new farm-house, three huu
dred yards distant, was completely cle
luollshed. The occupants miraculously
escaped Injury. There Is no clew to the
cause of the explosion.
Burglars at Topoka.
Toi'f.ka, Kas., June 10. Profcssrorrols
opened the safe of McGrew & Hilkr this
morning at two o'clock aud secured
1300. They bored throngh tbe door
above the knob, Inserted a wire, caught
the tumblers and opened the doer. They
then blew open the nionnT drawer.
There is no clue, but they are supposed
to be from Kansati City.
A Slob Postmaster.
Chicago, 111., Juno 10, Prmtmastor
Wells has been sick in this city since iaot
Saturday with congestion of tho stomach
but Is bettor now and expected to return
bomo to-morrow. .
Grain and Provisions.
TCEsDaY, JUNE 10. IsM.
COTTfts FU'H'ly; mi'ldlmjf, HV&H'-ic.
W.OI'K Steady: XXX to choice, t.l.iii4.55;
natent. f 5.:fcii.J.
WHtAT-Lowcr; No. 1! Ked, f LtO'i'ai.KJ'i I
No. J t'.eil.'.f.'c.
Colts-Hi-tier: No. 2 mixed, WiiiV;
No. 3 white mixe'l, v.
UATS-l,'ee;inel; No. -. ')c.
Hvfc Nominal: No. .7; it-'iTe.
Tobacco rirm; iuis common to choice,
f'l.T'wiW.uo; leaf; common r-'l leuf, SM
1u."j: liifiliuni to (food Il..ji,41,.o0.
Hav Prairie Ryu for linme; t ll.iJft'il'.oJ
for cl.Oieo; mixed, f'.i.l- !r common to
linme: timothy tl,'M lor prime to fum y.
Ui'ttkk Weak: choice to luncy creamery
IN&rw: dairy, clioice to luncy, i4441h;; lour
h.irf.s Meudy. at i:;c.
J'otatoks-Nuw tlrm ut M.WVl.Z', per bar
rel lor choice and Lu'U.V7:iC per on.
r'DKK uui ; standard uiesi. f Hi.7.i 17.09:
hard side. I li.5o.
Laud Dull; prime steam. 7v4'ic.
llACo.v Lonirs. UY'.'kc; Worts, V iKic:
Ch-ar ribs1. ! 'iA'.i-,c.
Wool, Tul-wa-lied. choice, Sl'tl'jC; fair.
2.iHe; diiey un I low ft. JH. I'nwasln-d
Clioico inudium, :J!c; (food averajro medium
aT-'lc; M-liTied lixht tin'- l!vi'iA;; trood uv-c-ra',
l"''i.sc; heavy W'SIBo; co.nbin.
blood, S'tt.;le: eomtiiPir, low irrades, J.cUN;.
Hiuts OiiH't: dry nint, li'4ltj,c: dam-
ajfi-d, MxtM'jc: bulls or sias, luc: dry
BiilU-d. V.U:: dry salte I, daui;i,'e I, loc; kip and
cm if. Suited. '-,c; da inljrfd. Otic; bull 'i I
su, u,'4e; green, uneuicd, i:-,c; dum.iel,
siikki' I'ki.ts steady ; irroen, Vivcsuc; ury
do. 4U'57'e., in to amount and (jualltyof wool;
(treeii sli'arliii, tic; dry do, ltlic; lanu
Wiikat-I Irm -r; No. Ked, July. tl.U;
Aimust, tl.mi. S' pK'tnber, fl.mi; October,
J l.'J. j. Dei einljer, l.l'e,.
Cons Mi a ly; No. 1 mixod. July. K.'ic:
An-'U-t, M Si iMcnil)' r, i.i'c.
Oats Sua ly: No. 3. mixed. June. :i7Tc:
July, iJT'ie; August,
I'huvimons i'nrk Dull; Spot inert-, iT.'H
dj,'.:tt: I .iii-i I II i'.'ln r; steam. June, -.:;
July, H.ll; Au.'ii-t, if.s.OI.
( IIH A jo.
Whkat Lower; Juno, kc: July. SVa
MIiO; Aut'ii.t, '.IIV-; Si-ptemln-i-, '.dv.
,ms .su-ii ly ; June, .e; July, .'ii !,.'; .e:
Auirust, "iV' ji.-; September, !i7 '.,:; year, ;u
oats Huln-r; June, ,lKc; July. .id'A
Sl-v:; Auiriist, r.Cjc; September, -t v.
I'okk Higher; Ju.ie, 11'J.iO: Julv.
$l'.).;i; Auirui-'t, 1 111.00.
laud Hpiih-i-; Juih'. .17' i ; Julw
Aut-'U-I, s.li; i-epteinbcr, fx.liU.
shout Kins J ii iii. .; U; July. ys-M'.
Auku-.L ritpteinhei-, ia.!is.!i-.!i.
Live Stock Markets.
Hons llwelpts, 1,ijO); ii' tivcand firm;
Examine onr large stock of Liht Wear Underwear froi
tho 15-cent gauze Undersfiirt to the finest 85.00 lialbriaii.'
Our stuck oi Summer Hosiery is complete conipi isiiu: iiisle
Mmm.-wy 'asa. Milt J m Jk.' Ull HVi'VI
ill abundance. Jranillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our largo stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
Tho "Palace" Clothier.
Commencing MAY 2fitli and for this week nlv.
200 pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and "c.
50 pes Ginghams. l()e ; worth Yl and 15c.
50 pes Victoria Lawns. 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
50 lies India Linens, 12 1-2, 15, 171-2 and 2l)e.
50 pes Checked Nainsooks. 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 2c
25 pes Fancy sateens. 25c; worth .'55c
25 pes I'ongue silks, fancy patterns, )7c; worth 50c.
50 pes Summer Silks, 50,55 and (J0c: worth 75 ai.d DOc
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at $2 00; worth S:).00. H
100 Satin Parasols, lined and trimmed with lace, 82 50;
worth ShiiO. ti
50 Elejrant nroeade Satin Parasols, with lace, St.0o:i
Hands' inc line of Plain and Hand-painted Fans at greatly'
BARGAINS lor EVE1IYB0DY this wee!;, at
J. liL'l.G Mil's.
1,1c hiiflicr; liirht, ii.-Jlt'ii.m; rouirli paekliu,
i..s"ai w; neavy pucKimr aul sliiiinunr, f 1,11
Cattlb lwcolpw, 4,WJl); stionir on best
export!, fLiiOidii); jood to clioieu,
fii.nii't'i.iiu; cominon to tmr, ji.w'i.'iu.
SiiKKi' KiceipH, Z,:'M; dull; common to
Cattle Murket active, wink and lower;
Oderitut-s Kenerady of troixl iimlliy; far 10
KOod native Hliippimr Htecrs ol from l.nu 10
l.-.'iw lbs., fi.I.Snyi.ii; ilo off ro-ii 1,110,1 to 1,1m
lbs., i.40.'';.Kii; hulehers' tfiiules of fioiu .i.iU
to I.IHtl lbs., f.-4ix!t.i"..To: of from WW to '.Ml lis.,
J5.;i(ii'!w.;)0; nulive sloekerH, !? I . fiiM .". 15.
Siieki" and La Miis Marki t fairly uctlveand
a kIiiuIi hiirher fur best imnlcH; mi (Hum to
Kood, from Id lo I ml lb8., l.',.i'i5.70; 1 10111 iO
to 7!l His., f :.UUQl.i.
lions Deiniinil fair; incdiuin to fair Vork
ers, f.rj.irfcif.4ii; good to extra, .').,r(''.i..'i,i;
butchers' irrtuli'8, fii.'itW.liO; Bcleeted, tf.(.''i;
pigS f t.KMtfr-i.lU.
CA-rn.R Ttoeelpts, l,:iiKi; gliipplnir more aet
ivo; butcher' (steady; native Btecrs, to
LSIHI lbs. avcrairn, f.)'.itt.i; do, m) to l.liiO
ltw. averaire, J.i.iXiiii.riO; cows, $J,5 (4.S0.
lloos Hecclpts, M1; firm and hithcr; lota
of to :tir Ilia, avcrnim, j4.9oi(t.:).t);
mainly J.i.tKKa.-). 10.
tHKP.i Kocctpt, 155; steady uud un-oliaiiRid.
Money and Stock Market.
Nkw Yoiik, Juno 7. Mousy 2fft3 por oont.;
cxchtuifro clulK; Onvcrnments woak; cur
rency, ', YM bid ; 4's, coupons, 1 III hid ; 4Va,
do., 110'i bid. TlK! stock market uflurashnw
of Mtrotiirth In tlin openltiif doalitur. under tho
InlliiiMici! o( supiiiirilurf orders, bpennie weak
un 1 hn c ontinuixl co up to the ireaont writ.
4 1 1 Mr . Tho (iriunrers have been ti e fentuefs,
b'-ti'K heavily pi-ossnd for sale and hamirereil
nil VirioiiH unfaviiriil.lu 1 epulis At. 0110
o'elock the Ihiimi wore do n lo the lowest
po.ni. kI-.owIiik a decllno of !( to '.'u.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
Japanned 1 Berlin and Aate Ware,
Bin! Cages, Sat h Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Affcnt for Adams & West lake Oil. Gasoline and (Jas Moves, Detroit
.Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled 1'lows, Walking Cultivators, 1
( 0111 She lie i-8, Planter!', Etc., Etc
cai no, in.
Nos. 27 & .33,
'i'KI.KPIIONK XO. 'JO.
CUXNIXGIIAt & YOCUM,
OFFICE: Ptoom No. 1, 31. & 0. R. l Building,
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SPRING NO. 2.
SPRING NO. 1.
Carl) of Inm 122.0
Clilurido of Iron tract Sulphate of Iron. .
Sulohnto of Iron trace Carbonate of Iron
Chloride of Sodium... 01.0
Sulphate Alumina.... 43.0
Sulphate Lime GO.O
Sulphato Magnesia... . 32.0
Sulphate of Alumina. . 00.7
Sulphateof Magnesia. . 11.
Chloride of Sodium.... 34.1
Chloride of Calcium.. 18.4
Oxide, of Iron 12.1
Oxido of Aluminum... 04.5
Sutphhate of Magnesia 17.8
Curbouii', Acid Oiis.. . . 17.8
Sulph. Hydro. Oas.... 10.5
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