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THE ' DAILY
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1884.
Notice! In hl c nlumn itTve Unv of Hm ttcvnlt
DluimrUoo ot 1 u) -r "'
ITioniiEVT l'oitir od Konrloinlh Htivet op
i .J?KroiU .. to to . ...II f..
-rum RFNT-Mfcoltuce, Sooth mile Fourth ttt ,
H ArcVriior Wwhlimton Avnoe. Ptf
ANTCl) LOCAL AUKNTS-To sell and deliver
nn ejinmliiKion. A good clianre f ir a capable,
mcriiullc and trustworthy man.
K 8. C. PALME K, nioomlnEton, III.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAFElt OF ALKXANDEtt COUNTY
J-.XTKUED AT TUB CAIUO rOSTOFFICK FOIl
TUANSMISSiON TI1UUL0U TIIK MAU.8 AT
SKCOND CLASS UATES.
(GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third page.
Jeffuraon Club No. 8 had a meeting
last nilit, auJ seven 1 new members were
initatud and important business.
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
try, Jacob Kite. tf
Mr. Jqo. B. Ellin, Agent for the St.
Louis Post-Dispatch, was in the city yester
day working the town for subscribers.
The Congressional Democratic Central
Committee will meet in Parlor A at The
,. Halliday at 10 o'clock this morning. j
Hon John II. Oberly is expected to be
here and address the convention at the
Opera House to-day. This alone will insure
a large attendance.
Next Monday delinquent lauds and
lots win Lie som ior taxes, rurcnasers are
ready to take all tint are oticrcu, ana tuo
Bale will probably be completed in one day.
The old' Democratic polo, on Ohio
Levee will to-day float in tits air the stars
- and stripes, as the lirst signal to the gather
ing hoBts of the party, of tho opening of
another victorious contest.
Mr. L. A. Hays, of Louisville, 111., is
in tho city, soliciting subscribers to the Odd
Fellows' Herald, published and edited at
Bloomingtoo by Hon. John II. Oberly.
Ho has proniiso of a good field here for a
day or two.
The Wabash pay cu is expected to be
down this week, to piy off all hands here
for April. Another is expected to be down
'next week, to pay off for May. Tho news,
5i correct, will causo 'general rejoicing
among "all bauds."
Mr. Ous B otto has a samplo of crystal
from Hot Springe, all in one large m iss,
. weighing perhaps several hundred pounds.
It is a beautiful specimen and coat him
an even $100. Mr. Joe Steaala also has a
' fine samplo, but smaller.
" Ladies are cordially invited to attend
the Convention at the Opera House this
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Tho fact that it is
to be a' Democratic Convention will bo suf-
. fiint nmumntpn thiif thn nntp.rlrtinmnnr will
' UbkUl fUIU . . V " .uw. . . . w ..... . .............. .....
be of the highest order in every way.
Mr. Adams, General Road-master of
tho Wabash road, is in the city since jester-
t; d ay. He came down to prepare for work
on tho several improvements laid out here
sometime ago. He has located the line
for a track to Le laid below tho point, to
" the silt bank from which the dirt is to be
taken for filling upper Commercial Avenue.
', . j "Business is dull. A war would make
" things livelier and times better," is the dis
tressing motto of many of Blaine's stoutest
advocates among the masses and even in
this community. The sutlers, shoddy and
mule contractors and boasU of prey always
welcome war, and are generally shouting
, for the candidate most likely to plunge the
Nation into strife.
A grand excursion to Arkansas and
Texas will be run on tho Iron Mouutain
lUilroad, leaving the Union Depot in this
city at 10:30 p. in., June 25th. Round trip
. tickets will be sold at one fare to all regular
land points. This will afford a fine oppor
tunity to all who may desire to take a trip
through the states named. For further
particulars call on or address L. 13. Church
. Ticket Agent.
There stem to be no two opinions
about the Republican platform adopted at
Chicago. It is a long, pretentions and
empty document; full of claptrap and with
not enough veneering to deceive a cheap
demagogue. The Philadelphia Times sizes
; it up very well when it says "it is the most
extraordinary combination of meaningless
platitudes and rank demagogy with which
any respectable party ever entered a nation
Yesterday a short jury trial was held
by Judge Baker, in which tho value of
some property which the Illinois Central
Company wanted to gain possession of by
conlemn'xtion processings, was to be de
termined. The property in question com
; prised thirteen lots below Twenty-sixth
Street, fronting on Ohio Levee, in block 4,
First ad lition to tlia city of Coiro. It was
part of tho Huyworth estate, for which
Judge Ilobinsoa was agent. The jury find
the priced the lots at 300 each. The
railroad company has bought the remain
der of the lots comprised iu that block
irom Col. Taylor, and it is understood that
it . intends to make a switch yard of the
Brouod, as it stands greatly in need of inure
, At 2 o'clock p. m. to-day the Demo
crat) of the district will meet in convention
at the Opera Houso iu this city, for tho
purpose of nominating a canliduto for
Congrese, and a candidate for tho Stntc
Board of Kqtializ ttion ; and also to select a
new Congressional Central Committee. The
convention will consist of 70 delegates,
a majority of whom bi:ing necessary to u
choice of candidates. There will very prob
ably not bj any coutcut between rival can
didates for Congress and their friends in
the convention, as the majority of tho del
egates are instructed, or are understood to
be, for Mr. Albright. For member of tho
State Board of Equalization, Alexmdor
County's choice, Capt. Thomis Wilt-on, will
probably bo unanimously nomiuated.
At a meeting of tho Street Committee
several days ago a resolution was ofl'eied
by Alderman Oir increasing the ollioi il
salary of Alderman Mcllalo to double
what it had been before. It is needless to
say that the resolution was unanimously
adopted by tho committee; and it is equal
ly needless to say that tho action of tho
committee will bo unanimously ratified by
Ihe public generally, for Alderman Mcllalo
has bctu ono of tho most industrious men
in the Council and an especially valuable
member of the Several committees to which
ho belongs. There aro several other Alder
men who duserve like recognition and wo
hope that Alderman Orr will iinds top short
at the first resolution.
Chicago whisky must bo pretty bad, if
tho Rev. Thomas Green tells the truth. Ho
had fifteen samples purchased at different
saloons analyzed, and the results he gave in
a recent sermon. "Tho first samplo," he
said, "was bought on Hairison Street, near
Fifth Avenue. It was purchased as rye
whisky. Here are its ingredients: Bixty
five per cent, neutral spirits, essence of lime
or concentrated lye, the rest water mixod
up with glycerine, colored wiih Limit
sugar and cleared with arsenic enough to
kill in one pint. A bottle of gin from a
Fourth Avenue saloon, near Polk Street,
contained besides neutral spirits some tur
pentine an't blue vitriol. A bottlo of Bour
bon contained sulphate tincture, chromic
acid, arsenic and fusil oil. That was 40-yaar-old
Kentucky whisky. A bottlo of
1870 cognac, which cost C. 50, was com
posed of alcohol and water, burnt sugar,
flavored with spirits of cognac, ether, sul
phur and arstnic to make it sparkls.
Tho nomination and confirmation of
Col. James S. Rearden as Chief of Police is
received with general satisfaction by the
public, so far as we have been able to test
its pulse upon the subject. No man in
tho community is more gonerally and high
ly esteemed as a citizen than he, and none
in whom tho people would repose greater
confidence, in any position of public trust-
It has been said that the position is be
neath him. If it is,'ho will soon elevate it to
his own high standard, so that it will be
worthy of him. But the position is not
beneath any good man. There is no posi
tion in the city government that is of grant
or importance to the people individually
and collactively, nono in which there is
more need of all tho qualifications that go
tojmake one of nature's noble men, and
nono in which a lack of any of these quali
ties would be easier and more injuriously
felt. We feel sure that Uol. Rearden will
soon show that he possesses the needful
qualities in do small degree.
It will be probably a week before the
new chief will take charge of the police
forco of the city. A special meeting of the
Council will probably be held tho first days
of next week, at which, among other things,
the edict's bond will be approved. Chief
Myers will be on duty until his successor
is thus qualified and relieves him, when he
will go out to pursuo the much more pleas
ant path of private life. Chief Myers- has
been one of the most energetic men ever in
that position. He held it for three years
and no ono who has watched him closely,
and judged him intelligently and fairly will
deny that he did, more good, hard work for
the dear people during that time than most
any of his predecessors. His 'duties were
not confined to the chief's office not con
fined to any particular cla-s, in fact. The
chief executive of a city never had a more
willing, energetic and efficient assistant.
If ho had doncnothingclse worthy of com
mendation, his management of the several
attacks of infection to which this com
munity was embigected during his terms of
office would alone entitle him to the
gratitude of the community. He can leave
hisofflco with the satisfaction that he has
done his duties well, generally, and that
what ill will has been manifested toward
him was so manifested mostly because he
did not share in tho passions and prejudice
of others, and was conservative in his offi
cial acts. The popular verdict will be that,
speaking generally of bis official career, he
has been oneoi the best the city has had at
the head of the police force for manyyenrs,
Do You Wish To Know All About
Weddings, Invitations and Anniversary,
Precious Stones, Significance and Corres
Watcues, Gold, Silver and Nickle?
What shall I Be? for a Pressut?
Solid Silver Ware, its Value and Beauty.
Silver Plated Wahk, its Beautiful Forms
And numerous other interesting subjects?
Then send six cents koh postage and
receive free, the magnificently illustrated
catalogue, (1,500 illustrations,) of tho
MERMOD& JACCARD JEWELRY CO.,
Fourth snd Locust Sts., St. Louis, Mo.
It will be a revelation to you to learn at
what itEMAR kaiii.y Low viucks this great
house sells its fine goods.
j When in St. Louis call ox them. (0)
The Horrible Dolusioua of Dyna
miters and Invinolbles a
A Folicy Which is Both Inexpedient and
Criminal iu Its Character Should
The Friendly Relations Between England
and France in Danger of Being
Di uu.N, June 11. The Veemai'i Jour
nal to-day publishes a long letter from
John O'Leury, a well-known Fenian, who,
it Is said by the editor of the Jmh l'wpk,
is now residing In Paris. In the letter
O'I.eary curses the new and horrible de
lusions of the dynamiters and tuvinciblcs
which his countrymen, both lu lreliuid
and America, tiro seized with. "I trust,"
bo says, "that it is but a passing craze."
lie warned the Irish people against giv
ing support to dynamiters and invinci
bles, whose policy is both Inexpedient
and criminal In character, and if nut
abandoned at once will rum the cause of
Ireland. In conclusion ho says there are
other meu and other means to save Ire
land. l)i iii.ix, June 11. Iu the Smith mur
der case informer Cole testified t!it.t the
dynamiter Daly was the person who or
ganized the l-'eiiiiiu Ih'otucrhood at Uui
l'Aitis, June 11. An ex-Mlnister of the
Empire states that Prince Victor's an
nuity is paid by the Bonapariist Depu
ties, each contributing a few thousau I
I'.vkis, June 11. The Ih-hatit com
ments upon the agitation of England over
the Egyptian question, and declares the
maintenance or rupture of the relations
between France and England are at
London, June 11. American securities
opened weak, and at 1:45 p. m. showed
a decline of 1-4 to 1 5-s as compared with
the closing prices hist evening. New
York Central declined 1 7-f, and recov
ered 1-'.'; Heading declined 1-1'; Lake
Shore, I-'.'; St. Paul, 1 1-L'; Central Pa
cific, 1 I'.-S; Denver & Kio lirundo, i!-l;
Erie, 1-4; Erie consolidated seconds,
1 o-l; United States 4 1-s, 3-8.
Bwti.t.v, June 11. Dcgaieff, the assus.
bin of Sudekein, has la-en arrested here
and will be surrendered to Kusia.
Vienna, June 11. A duel with swords
took place yesterday between Count
Klegcrrcch and U iron Hodlch. Both
were severely wounded.
Si'akim, June 11. The English ser
geants have resigned, owing to the cow
ardice of the Egyptian oflieers and men.
The rebel attack last evening was re
pulsed. XIIKAli.MY OK THE I'O'lO.MAC,
Its Annual Reception in the City oi
Nkw Yuiik, June 11. The reception ol
the Army of the Potomac is progressing
iu Brooklyn to-day. The city is llanged
and decorated with arches, etc. Tho
triumphal arch across Montague street at
the corner of Court, Is particularly Hue.
The sky is overcast and the weather
Generals Hancock, Sheridan, Franklyn,
Slocum, Sickles aud others were applaud
ed on their appearance at the Academy of
Music headquarters. At eleven o'clock
the meeting of the various corps and so
cieties was called to order. Resolutions
Were adopted of respect to the memory
A departed comrades.
The ollicers for the ensuing year were
elected, etc. At two o'clock the Society
of the Army of the Potomac was called
x order at the Academy of Music y
President Newton. There is a larse at
iendance. The indications are that (,!en
oral Grant will be elected President of
l'M)AV-St HOOI. WOltKF.ltS.
The International Convention of tho
United States and Provinces.
Lot isvn.i.K, Ky., June 11. The Inter
national Sunday-school Convention ol
lie United States and Provinces began
its session this morning with over 1 ,200
delegates present. Hon. U.S. Wake, of
Toronto, Can., was made temporary
chairman. An address of welcome was
made by Dr. J. A. Uroadus, of Louisville.
Responses were made by 11. s. Make,
Dr. Wharton, of Georgia and lion. II. M.
Becker, of California. The convention
adjourned at noon till 2 p. m.
Tuken From Jail and Handed.
LYM iim nr., Va , June 11. The negro
boy who shot a lad named Osborne,
while strawberrying, at Castlewood, was
taken from jail Saturday, and hanged by
To Oust Oliver Amos.
Piiii.Abiai'iiu, Ta., June 11. In tho
United States Circuit Court tlds after
noon Judge Butler made an order in the
suit of Rowland Ilu.zard against the
Credit Mobller for tho removal of ( Hiver
Ames, receiver, and directing the receiv
ers to close the testimony against grant
ing the petition within ten days.
Affairs at Annapolis.
.AnnaI'OI.is, Md., June II. The ea lets
accused of hazing have b mi ordered
aboard tho ships. 'I his, It Is su.ipo ed,
will end the matter. Hear Admiral Ito,
of the Japanese Navy and Naito Huylro.
Charge d'Affalrs, of .liipan, visited the
Naval Academy to-dsy.
Brained With an Axe.
BiTKAi.o, X.Y., Jono 11. A. Amplemant,
residing on Englewood avenue, quarreled
with his wife last night and beat her.
Sherman Burnn, a nephew, came to her
rescue, when Aniplomant struck him on
tho head with an axe. Barn Is dying.
Amplernunt has been arrested.
Moi.ini:, III., June 11. A Blaine and
Logan Club was organized last night.
Machice Sbopa Burned.
Batksvillk, Aim., Juno 11. Thcfouu
dry and machine shops of Feurth & Son,
bunn d at ono o'clock this morning. Tho
loss will exceed $13,000; Insured for 910,
001). Mississippi Democrats.
Jackson, Miss., June 11. The Demo
cratic State Couveutlou assembled hero
to-day and Is now orgaulztng. Every
county lu the State Is represented and
the delegates aro almost unanimous lor
Tildcu aud Hendricks.
Blaine and California.
Ai oi sia, Me , Juno 11. Tho Califor
nia delegation left this city for Portland
this morning. Tho crowd at tho depot
cheered for Blaine and California.
Death From Paralysis.
llAVKiiviiii.i., Mass., June 11. Stato
Senator Edwin Rowley, who had a paralyt
ic attack yesterday died this morning,
aged sixty-one. He leaves a widow here
aud grown childreu with property worth
a quarter of a million.
Excursion Steamer Sunk.
Hai.ti.more, Md., June 11. The excur
sion steamer Gazelle sprunk a leak and
sank off liodkln Bar last night. Forty
members of the Tuesday Club on boar J
were all saved; also the crew.
Old But Aco ptable.
Tnuv, N. Y., June 11. While George
I.ampel, of Green Island, was working
in his garden yesterday afternoon, he dug
up a crock niled with Spanish coin of the
estimated value of 14,000. Judging from
the dates on the coins they must have
been buried two huudred years ago.
Swept Away by fire.
CiiiCACu, In.., June 11. 1'hc Journal's
Kankakee, III., special says: "The village
of Grand Park, this county, was swept
away by lire last night which destroyed
twenty of its principal buildings, includ
ing the business blocks and two hotels.
Lo.s not estimated; insurance light."
CAUGHT AT LAST.
A St. Louis Postal Clerk Who Has Been
Robbing- the Iff ills.
Sr. Eons, Mo., June 11. into Wied
ner, a general delivery clerk at the Post
oltict', was arrested last evening by Col
onel Schwartz, of the Secret Service De
partment, charged with robbing the malls,
lie was arraigned this morning and
pleaded guilty."' He will be sentenced
Saturday. He has been robbing the malls
for several months.
Grain and Provisions.
F.l )N KS I A Y, J UK K 11, ISM.
CorroN-PK-ady; mulilliiiir. HV&lic.
Ki.ot u Steady; XXX to choice, fil.riVSJ;
WiiKAT-I.nwei". No. 2 lied, J1.01'461.(K;
No. a lleil,ikW.c.
('own-Lowe r; No. 2 mixed, M'ViA-'Ko;
No. 'I white- mixed, M&v.
OAT-S:eady: No. 2. V1lc.
Kvk Nominal: No. Mkitoxc.
Tobacco Finn; luvs common to choice,
.r.7rlU.U); leal'; common red loaf, JJJ.OOtJ
1(1.0(1; medium to pond 4512. jdiiiJGU.
llAV-I'niliio fi.ou for Driinc; 111.00
for choice; mixed, for common to
prime: timothy fl Iwl'.dU for prime lo fanny.
Iti'TTKH Weak: clioico to fancy creamery
&q,l:)L: dairy, choico to fancy, Halite; low
KiiOR Stead v. at r;.
f I'DTA-rOKs-New firm st I2.:51.C0 pur bar
rel for ehoUf and UWU.Kl per on.
Pork Dull: standard mess, tM.7fttol7.00;
hm d fklc f 111.50.
Laud Dull; prlino steam. 71'&'0c.
Haoon Irfiturs. V(i'c; btiorts, WWio;
Cloai ribs. !'.! 4.
Wool. Tub-washed, cbaloo, aO'A."tlc; fair,
39v(.'t0c; dlinry and low XfKuM. Unwashed
Choice medium. 21'4c; good average medium
HKf'fiSiic; se.Uiet.ed INffit flno f7&lHo; (food av
erage, Wi17c; h-avy 13J15e: coinbiinr.
blood, SudffJIc: combiner, low uralrs, MMHot
Hiubs Uuut: dry mm, lt;MJ1Ie: dam
air;ds M'APlSe: bulls or Rias, 10c: dry
gulled, lo: dry rtidte 1, damaged, 10c; kip ami
cult', salted. SHc; damaged, U'c; bulls and
siaifs, 5e; (rrven, uueured, 7i-,c; damaged,
Sheep Pelts Steady; frreen, TOlSOc; dry
do, WSIQo., as to amount and quality of wool;
greeu shearlings, 15c; dry do, 10(4l3c; ltiiuli
Wiieat Weaker; No. 2 Rod, Juno, f 1.00'J ;
July, VM; Aunust, tl.WS; September,
LCoitr Weaker; No. 2 mixed, Juno, W;
Jnlv, IH5o; Aiwu-tt, Wc: September, li'ic.
Dats Steady; No. 2, mixed, Juno, T,o:
July, 3710; August, HfiV.
Provisions fork Dull; spot moss, JI7.00
17.50: Lard Iliirhi r: sic-ain, June, S.05j
July, t8.W; August, s.ih.
( MICA iO.
WnPAT Lower; June. f7c; July, 83
894c; August, ill'jc; September, M)ac.
Corn Lower: Juno, :,Vtr, July, 5ll5ic;
August, dtiiic; September, f7'c; year, .
Oats Lower; Juno, litc; July, :ci
SJ'c; August, 'S '40; September, ; your.
Pork l-'irmer; June, flD.75; July,
$19.75; August, l'.t.75.
Lard Iiwer; Juno, fs.lll; July, $8.22' J ;
SHORT Kins June, fs.30; July, J8.53
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Receipt, 1 2,liOJ; easier; 510o
lower: light, $5.1"ui.?0; rougli packing,
r.2(a.rf; heavy packing and shipping, fi.uo
CATTLE HooolpK 4,fio0; w.-aker; 10c lower;
exports, t,.V,'-'l.75: gool to clioico,
tfl.luSii.f"!); common to fair, Vt.'W!vtf.
SlIKKl' UeeoipU, 2,2Wi; weak; common to
Catti.k Market unehnnged; fair to
(rood native shipping steers of from 1,100 to
l,-00 lbs., $Y7"iM.2.i; do of fro 11 1,000 to 1,100
1I!., ttfUOWi.': biiu lvrs iriades of from 150
to l,mi Itis.. si.ir.5.70: of I romftO to 100 lbs.,
fr.:iws.!ii; naiive sio. kern, ti.iy.ia.
SilKKl' ami I. wilts .Market dull; medium to
good ehecp, tl.M'il .tit; inferior lo fair, 3.UUiS
Hons Demand fair: ordinary to good York
ers, tr.-JV.ii"i; biilcheis' grades, t5.(15i).75;
KANSS ci rv.
CATTt.R Heeplpts.810; shipping firm snd lOo
higher; butchers' sunly;tiuivu iU'era,l,20J to
I.5UO lbs. average. Mkx.til.50; do, UoO to 1,110
lbs. average, t.i.4O(S."..'0; row, f2.nt4tl.50.
Hoos-Kecelpts, 14,000; sloady; lots
of IH5 to liiu lbs. average, fl.905.25;
Niikkp Koeolpt-t, o; (pilot and un
changed. Money and Stock Market.
Nkw YonK, June 7. Money and exchange
steady; currency, O's, 12H hid; Governments
llrm; 4', OoupoiiH, HO V bid; 4Vi's. do., ll4
b.d The stock market this morning was
weak throughout, nnd price steadily declined
until noon. At noon tho traders raided all
the lending stocks, but Inthncuse of Louis
villo.V Nashvlllo they mot a stubborn resisO
anoe and thoprleo wa'tiot only sustained, but
bid up IS. Anldo from this stock the aotivo
1st showed a (Incline nl no. m of 4 to 2!4.
Binco midday there bus boon a fractional ro
Examine our large stock of Light Wear Underwear from
the 15-cent auze Undershirt to Ihe finest $5.00 Balbriggan.
Our strck oi Summer Hosiery is complete comprising Lisle
Thread, Balbriggan and Silk Half-Hose.
in abundance. Manillas in
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is
of Sailor Suits and Sinde Pants and Waists
Tho "Palace" Clothier.
Commencing June 9th and for 'this week only.
-00 pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and 8c.
r() pes Ginghams, 10c ; worth 12 and 15c.
50 pes Victoria Lawns, 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
50 pes India Linens, 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
50 pes Cheeked Naiusooks, 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 20c.
25 pes Fancy Sateens, 25c; worth 35c
25 pes Pongue Mlks, fancy patterns, 37c; worth 50c.
50 pes Summer Silks, 50,55 and GOc; worth 75 and 00c.
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at $2.00; worth $3.00.
1 00 Satin Parasols, lined and trimmed with lace, $2.50;
50 Elegant Brocade Satin Parasols, with lace, $L00;
Handsome line of Plain and Hand-painted Fans at greatly
BARGAINS for EVERYBODY this week, at
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned 13erlin and .Agate Ware,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
A re nt tor Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas Stoves, Detroit
iSufe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Flows, Walking Cultivators,
Coin Sliellers, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33,
TKIiEPHONE NO. 20.
CUOTINTGIIAM & YOCUM,
INSURANCE -:- AGENTS.
OFFICE: Room No. 4, M. & 0. R. R. Building,
715 OHIO LEVEE, - CAIRO, ILL.
liverpu. 1 nuil London and Globe,
(Jormaiiia Fire Ins. Co.,
Siiing:lit'Id F. & M. Ins. Co,
Howard Ins. Co.,
Farmer's hire Ins. Co ,
Niagara 1 us. Co.,
ISTG. 35 I
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Mouklinffs, Picture Frames, CAIR0, ILL
Telephone No 103
Jjhigravings and Wall Papers.
DIXON SPRINGS SIM RESORT
OPEN JUNE I TO OCTOBER 1.
TERMS: S8.00 per week. Special Rates to
Families on -Application.
ANALYSIS OF ONE GALLON OF WATER.
Carb of Iron 122.0
ChUridu of Iron tract Sulphate of
Sulphnto of Iron trace Carbonate of
Chloride of Sodium. . . 01.6
Sulphate Alumina.... 49.0
Sulphate Lime 60.0
Sulphato Magnesia... . 32.0
Sulphate of Alumina.. 00.7
Sulphateof Magnesia.. 11.
Chloride of Sodium.... 34.1
Chloride of Calcium . . 18.4
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German-American Ins. Co ,
City of London,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co,
Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.
CLARK & LOVETT,
SPRING- NO. 3;
Oxide of Iron 12.1
Oxide of Aluminum... 04 5
Iron ... 25.1
Sulphhate of Magnesia 17.8
Carbonic Acid Gas., . . 17.8
Su! ph. Hydro. Gas.... 10.5
J. E. LEMEN, -Lessee.
Allen Spilncs, Pope Co., Ills.