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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1884.
Notice! In thic rolummiiroo Unci or left SSccnti
OMtneurtton or i I"
ColKiifo on Fourteenth Htrnot op
let to a mi ill family
A wily to J)K. I-tALH.
-nu nt-VT -.Mr cottace. South fide Fourth St
J m.r corner Wanlitncion Aenne. Applv ioon
VM. U. (ilLUSHT.
ITANTED LOCAL AGENTS To loll and deltvi-r
IT on commiMiOD. n cooa cuuucu ur n cnpauiu
ni!ri?tlc and trnttwortliv mn.
B. C. I'AL.MKU, BloomlnRt
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PArKK OF ALEXANDER COUNT
KNTKKKD AT TUB CAIRO TOSTOFFICE Fon
IllAJiSMIHSIOiJ TIIHOCUUTUE MAILS AT
8KCO.VD CLASS RATES.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third page.
Hon. W. K. Murphj was among the
callers at Tun Bi'lleiin" office yesterday.
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
cry, Jacob Klee. tf
Dm't forgot the delinquent lands and
lots will ba sold for the taxe3 next Mon
day. The sentiment for Bayard, as second
choice after Tildeu, is ,'ainin strength
rapidly in the Djiuocrttic pirty every
where. Wto wants a T. T. Hiiydock jump
seat surry rijbt from tbo factory at a bar
gain? We have one purchased ami no u-e
for it; will 9sll it low.
Mr. J. L. Murphy, of rinckneyville,
was in the city, a delegate to the Congres
sional Convention, yesterday, and favored
Thb Bulletin office with a call.
Wasted Several energetic, refined,
well educate youn la lies to assist in es
tablishing a circulating library in this city.
Call on or address Miss A. Q. Wetherald
at Mrs. John Antrim's, corner Dili and Wal
nut Street?, for three days only.
Messrs. Shelton and Ctitlett, of the
Comique, kindly permitted their band to
furnish the sweet music that charmed the
Democratic Convention at the Opera House
yesterday afternoon, for which they deserve
to be kindly remembered.
The Illinois Central K. R. has issued
a circular giving number of delegates to
the Chicago Convention 8th of July and
chart showing hotels, etc. They will sell
round trip tickets good Irom July oth to
July 14th for one unlimited fur.'.
Miss Ida Borolt bade adieu to her
Cairo friends Wednesday afternoon, and
left on the Ous Fowler for Oolconda, her
future home. During the years puued in
our midst she made many friends among
Germans and Americans, and expressed
herself as being very thankful for the pat
ronage aud kindness bhown her.
J. J. Penny, of tho l'inckrrey villo
Democrat, was one of tho delegates to the
convention and called on The Bulletin
yesterday, lie is a first-class printer, and
since taking the Democrat has proved him
self a good manager, has placed it on a
good paying basis, as well bs making a
paper that the Pinckneyville people have
reason to be proud of.
It is understood that the S afford Mem
orial Library Building will be ready for
opening by the 20th instant or in a day
or two thereafter, and that some time be
tween the 25th and the 1st ot July it will
be formally thrown open aud donated to
the public by Mrs. Safford. An elaborate
programme is in course of preparation for
During the last six months the Argus'
weather'prophet has bsen so very profuse in
hii predictions that it is perfectly bewild
ering to attempt to keep track of them all.
The sudi total of his predictions during tho
time named wouldcover a 6heet of paper
almost as large as a gnat's wing. Such
prolixious verbal ramblings through the
immensity of the future, concerning the
state of the atmosphere with respect to
heat, cold, dryness, moisture, rain, suow and
fop, is tiresome and on behalf of a suffering
public we ask the said prophet to keep
his mouth shut if only to givu the public
very brief breathing spell.
As may be seen from notices publ'nhed
elsewhere, the members of the Rough and
Ready Fire Company and of the Cairo
Cassino are requested to meet at their re
BpectWe halls, to prepare to attend the fu
neral ot. their late brother, John Koehler
The remains left Eureka Springs yesttr.laj
afternoon in charge of Mr. George Koehler.
and if all connection are made as w as tx
pected yesterday, they will arrive lure this
afternoon at 2 :15 aud will be taken im
mediately from the foot of Eighth Street
by special train to Villa Ridge. But if bv
aome unforeseen circumstances connections
should be missed aud the remains not ar
rive to-day as expected, then the funeral
will be deferred till to morrow afternoon.
The tolling of the R .u-h's boll will be the
The sad new of the death of Mr. John
Koehler was teletjriphed to Mr. J. A. Gold
Stine here from Eureka Springs yesterday
morning. Death occuned at 7:30 o'clock
i.m. yesterday, after a long period of suf
fering. His remains will bo brought down
here and interred at Villa Ridge. Mr.
George Koehler left yesterday afternoon
for St. Louiato meet them. The funeral
will be conducted by the R ugh and Ready
Fire Company of which he was an old and
honored member. The following brief
sketch is from lat t rentng's Argus : "Tho
deceased was born In Germany on the 23rd
of June, 1331, and hence lacked a few days
of buing Slijyeara of ago. lie emigrated to
the United States in 1852, locating at 'in
ciutiati, where ho remained two years inn
learned tho bakers trade. Ho came to
Cairo in 1854 and has been a resident hero
ever sinci, engaged in busiuess of different
kinds, at times being very successful and
at others unfortunate, llo leaves a family
consisting of wife and six children, nil
Well, whv don't our Republican frit nus
do a little something to show the sincerity
of their professions of satisfaction over the
Chicago nomination? The Democrats
haven't yet begun the campaign aud al
ready boast of two clubs in the city, wli- reus
their opponents bavo their principal ticket
all in the fiel I and haven't movtd h mus
cle in the iu'erest of organisation. N"t a
meeting of ratification held anywhere, not
a shout of pleasure from a single throat. It
is time now to form campaign clubs, to the
praises of the tatood man and if we may
bo peimitted to do so, we won 1 1 suggest
that these clubs be called the "Mulligan
Guards," which would be a constant re
minder of one of the most conspicuous
events in the life of llieir champion.
Every mention of Tilden's name, or
even an ludehnito reference to In id, in tlie
Democratic Convention yesterday, produced
the wildest enthusiasm. It is not probable
that, even though Tilden's letter of final de
clination had been read to the convention tit
first, there would have been any less enthu
siasm manifested lor him; for the Demo
crats are not inclined to beliee that the
old statesman will have the hardihood to
resist the popular will to the last. His let
ter to the Democracy of New York, pub
lished in yesterday's Republican, while, if
taken literally, would convey tho impres
sion that he would net accept the nomina
tion, yet it will admit of a different con
struction and Democrats generally will
construe it to mean that he will respond to
the cail of the people when iu convention
assembled at Chicago. Certain it is that
this letter as every other one that has come
from the peu and brain aud heart of
Samuel J. Tikien, wiil weld the people
everywhere closer to him, for it is replete
with sentiments such as can come only
from a man possessed of the noblest quali
ties of hea 1 and heart.
The stage at the Opera II nuts 30s
terday was beautifully decorat
ed with flowers arranged in
various artistic designs. A bauner in
scribed '-Tildeu and Hendricks 1STG
1834," was suspended against the rear vvall
of the stage, and encircled by festoons t f
green, while wreaths of evergreen sprinkled
with flowers were hung on either side; a
large horse shoe of evergreens and fl r.vers
was suspended over the centre of the stag,',
under which the nominees stood when in
troduced to the audience. Iu the centre
of the stage stood a desk upon which vas(8
filled with radient bouquets were regularly
placed, and to the right of this, on the
stage floor, stood a column of white cucir
cled by delicate festoons of evergreen aud
flowers and surmounted by a huge bouquet
of rare natural flowers. For these beauti
ful decorations the convention was iu.'ebud
to several ladies who labored nil Ih-um'm n
to produce and arrange theui. viz., Mrs. ('.
W. Dunning, Mrs. C. W. Bradley, Mrs. A.
II. Irvin, Mrs. M. F. Gilbert, Miss Julia
Irvin and Miss Stratton. The decorations
were fittingly noticed by Mr. Phil. V.
ticld, ot Golcondti, ami were doubtless
highly appreciated by all.
To thu Members of the RjukU ai.J Ready
e ouipauy :
You are hereby notified to attend the
funeral of our late brother John Koehler at
1 :30 o'clock p. m. to-day, if the company's
bell tolls before noon. If the bell is not
tolled, the funeral will be deferred u:itil
Saturday at 1 :30 o'clock p. m.
As our late brother has been an old,
well-tried fireman, we also respectfully in
vito all firemen that wish to participate
with us. Also all friends of the family
bpjctal train will leave foot of Eighth
Street at 2:30 o'clock p. m. for Villa Ridge.
Committee Rocon & Ready Fihk Co.
Cairo, June 13th, 1881.
Members of Cairo Cassino will consider
th foregoing notice as also governing
them aud wi'l gather at their hall accord
By order of President.
J. A. Goldmine.
A New Idea.
il it s A. G. Wetherald, General Asrent nf
the Franklin Square Library Company is in
me cuy, iorme purpose ot establishing a
circulating library. She comes very highly
recommended aud is a charming little
woman of energy and vim and deserves to
be well patronized as the object is a worthy
one that of placing within the reach ol
every one cheap and wholesome" reading.
Tho terms are very liberal; being only one
dollar for two year's use of the library nnd
gives each member's family access to the
choicest works on literature, science, etc.,
that are published by the well known house
of Harper & Bro., New York. They have
over 10,000 of these libraries in successful
operation in the different towns and cities
of the United States. Louisvillo has one
with a membership of w 1,000, consist
ing of soi.-.e of her nmst prominent men;
such , as Mayor Jacob, Judge Harlem, Ben
net II. )oung, President of the Southern
Exposition, and many others. Don't fail to
mbsenbe when Mha Wetherald or her as.
bistants call on you.
BERBER IS FALLEN,
Tho Worst Rumors Prom tho Bo
loagruorod City Rooolvo Aw
Overwhelming Numbers and Scarcity of
Ammunition Prevail Against a
Most LTeroio Defense,
The Brave Garrison Put to the Sword
But Fifty Survivors of the
Cairo, June 12. The Government has
just received news continuing the fall of
Berber. The garrison fought heroically
mid kept up a deadly lire ou the rebels
until their ammunition was exhausted.
The rebels discerning tho cause of the
cessation of the lire from tho rnrrlsnii.
eharged the works, falling on tlie Egyp
tians In overwhelming numbers. A fierce
hand to hand light . ensued and
thu Egyptians soon succumbed.
Tlie captors then massacred
the remaining soldiers and nearly
all the citizens of Berber, ilftv nersons
only surviving tho massacre. Husscn
l'aslia Khadrf, the Governor, was badly
wounded during the light, but his life
was sparetl. lie is now held a prisoner
by tho rebels. It Is stated' that thirty
thousand Arabs have started for l)oii"ola
determined to capture that place.
ineianoi iserueris disastrous In sr.
far as it puts further off the point of tie
parture of tlie Khartoum relief endi.
tion by fully 300 miles. With Berber as
a goal, the river expedition goliiu south
ana mat by laud travelinir west from
Stuikini would have had comparatively
easy advances. The former
have nothing but foes between where it
starts from, Assouan, and its objective
point, Khartoum, nearly 100 miles awav,
while the army from Suakim has to face
a hard light instead of llndi ntr a hnrlinr
oi renige wnen it reaches Berber after
Its 3o0-mile march. The fall intensities
the difficulties of Gladstone's position
Loximix, Juno 12. The Cuuard steam
er Auraula grounded slightly off the coast
of Ireland this morning, but was soon
floated aud proceeded to Liverpool un
damaged. Loxdo.v, June 12. At Ascot Heath to
ciay the race for the gold cup was won by
St. Simon; Tristan second; Ballagh
iH iu.ix, June 12. Huntley McCarthy,
son of Ju.Miu McCarthy, M. P., has been
returned by the Nationalists of Athlouc
as member of Parliament from that bor
ough, to lili the vacancy created by the
tleath of Sir John Funis. The opposition
landing their pamphlet denouncing Mc
Carthy as an atheist ineffectual, with
drew from the contest.
Paris, June 12. The Irish-American
dynamiters have decided to act Indepeud
Mitly of Stevens. They hold a secret
.ongress next week, to discuss the fusion
)f the extreme sections. It is believed the
jcxt attempt of the dynamiters in Lou- I
,..:n i. .1... , ..! 1 . ---.!. . I
jun ma in; uijuu me onuges anuwnarves
a i'i:r:sii nrmuiB.
The M'ltiu states that the Clan-na-Gael
an Friday planned the perpetration of a
fresh outrage in London.
Bkui.ix, June 12. The Emperor has
si ut Charles Gibson, a member of the St.
Louis bar, who was Solicitor under Lin
coln, tho decoration of the second class
crown order in recognition ol Ins Ger
man sympathies in his efforts for the re-
iiei oi the victims 01 the Kliine floods.
London, June 12. Several officers of
the Russian army have submitted to the
Russian Government a plan for an expe
dition to the North Pole iu sledges from
the New Llberian Mauds. The Timvi
editorially says: "When we remember
the obstacles to the Jeantiette party in
escaping over the route proposed in the
plan, we are doubtful of Us feasibility."
Buookvili.e, Pa., June 12. The rains
of yesterday caused ti destructive flood
In North Fork Creek, At live o'clock
the creek was almost dry. u it.ss than
three hours it was a raging torrent. The
dam of Carrier, Verstin & Co. was washed
away; also the dam of Thomas I, Kitcu
& Sons. Logs, booms, cribs and smmro
timbers were carried away iu tliu wild
rush. The bridge at the upper end of
the towu was carried away. The "or'c
passed Into the lied Bank Creek on to the
dam of Bryant Wainwright, sweepin" it
away. The total loss aggregates 870,000.
Jailed for Embezzlement.
Ci.kvki.axd, ()., June 12.-lsaac A.
Stanley, paying teller of the National'
Bauk of Commerce, was jailed last night
for tho embezzlement of sion noo from
the bank, lie used the reserve funds to
speculate with and lost heavily Tlii!
bank will be unaffected by the defalea
Too Meet in England.
Pn rsnt lion, 1'a., June 12. The Inter
national Convention of Glass Workers
which was to have meet iu Pittsburgh Iu
July, has been changed to meet at St
Helens, Lancashire, lingland, July 1 s'th'
Delegates from Italy, France, Relgiuni
and the United States will attend. Presi
dent Kline aud Andrew Burt represent
the United Slates.
Fire vs. Lightning.
riiii.ADKi.iMUA, Pa., June 12. Fire iu
tho Western Union building, corner of
Third aud Chestnut streets, last nl"ht
damaged the Instruments and tlcker.sof
tho Philadelphia local telegraph com
pany to the extent of the live thousand
dollars. The Western Union and Ameri
can! District Company suffer a loss of llvo
hundred dollars by water.
War Veterana on an Excursion. '
NkwYhhk, June 12. The veterans of
the Army of the Potomac have gonu ou an
Excursion down the harbor to-day.
An Ex-Congrreaaman Dead.
Rkaimno, Ta., Juno 12. Ex-Congress
man Holster Clynicr died this morning of
Accepted a Professorship.
Tkkkk Hautk, Ixd., June 12. Prof
Lucien I. Blake, of Brooklyn, has ac
cepted the protossorshlp of physics at
Kose Polytechnic Institute.
Found Guilty of Murder.
C.otiiKtiKiR, Mr., Juno 12. Bug Ce
nlias, colored, held for the murder
Mrs. Cella Murphy, was to-day found
guilty 01 intiruer in me nrsi uegrec.
St nu.iA, Mo., June 12. Tho Post-ofllco
Ottervlllo, eighteen miles from here, was
broken into last night and Si 00 taken.
Two negro tramps are suspected and are
Suing: Grant & Ward.
(i.u.VKSiox, Tex., June 12. A Calves
tou Xt'irn1 San Antonio special says
'Suits iuvolvlng $50,000 were to-day In-
stituteu against uraut & ward and James
1). Fish, of Aew York."
The California Republican Delegates
Coxway, X. It., June 12. The Califor
nla delegates arrived hereto-day, and will
leave for Boston to-morrow, where they
will separate to meet in Chicago on the
:"jth. Mcuure goes to liangor.
Bishop Simpson's Condition.
Philadelphia, Pa., Juno 12. Bishop
Simpson's illness has reached a critical
stage. A consultation of physicians was
held tliis morning. His physical condl
tion Is slightly Improved, but ho is ex
Shot Hia Wife.
Alton, III., June 12. 'Hermann Ritter,
an attorney of Edwardsville, in this
county, accidentally shot and killed his
wife this forenoon. He was cleaning a
gun when the weapon was accidentally
discharged, the loan entering Mrs. Kit
ter's heart, resulting in her instant death.
liitter is nearly crazy with grief.
The Pennsylvania Storm.
McloxxKLLMiuKU, Pa., June 12. lie-
ports from every portion of Fulton, and
the adjacent counties of Belfast and
Franklin Indicate that the rain and hail
storm of yesterday was one of the great
est that ever passed over this section.
Bridges, mills, etc., along the creek were
washed away anil the growing crops were
washed out or cut clown by the hail
Grain and Provisions.
THL'KSDAV, JUNE 12, ISM.
roTTON fteaily; mlddlirur. HSUUSiC
Fi.firu Sti'inl v: XXX tn ehr.lei. ;i ',
XXX to choice. laaiiM.Iw;
n 11 1 ii w er;
Xn. a lied. f'.t'L'Mtc.
No. 2 Ited, fcc3fl.0O;
CiiKN- liurher; No. 2 mixed, bVi&lic;
No. - white tuned, STiJWse.
Ci UTS-Steady: No. 2, buHaic.
liYE Nominal: No. 2. Wniiiu.
Tdhaivu nrm; luifs common to choicn,
f I.TO'iW.CNi: leal'; common red leaf, fs.uuc
lu.'i; mediufti to (rood f 12.50 17.50.
HAY-Prairio f-MjU for prime; f 11.00
for choice; mixed, $!3,12 for common to
prime: timothy fllils.uu for prime to fancy.
ItCTTEii Weak: choice to fancy crvamery
Is-'iiac: dairy, choice to fancy, HHUki; low
Koos steady, at 12c.
- - - ' -' ...li. fll. -..ns'.UV pVl UUP
rel lor choice and f 1.UA61.1U per mi.
I'cmK-lMill; Htaudurd mess, 1 18.7517.00;
hard side, thi.50.
Lakd-DuII; prlmo steam, 7ao.
liACo.N Lories, D'lfeUc; shorts, 9l4Q9.So;
clear nus. S.C
Wool Tuti-washed, choice, flOHTlc; fair,
Sy-ijlioc; dimry and low 2il2S. L'nwashod
I'hoico medium, 21!4c; (food average medium
l!fi(,'-'"K-; selected llirtit tlni ITditMo; irood av
erage, lii"(,l"c; heavy XJfiiK:; combitifr,
blO'id, aou-'lc: combimr, low K-raden, lfj,ISo.
IIiues uuiet: ilry nint, lOitiec: dam-nii-ed,
WiiMSe; bulls or stajfa. 10c: dry
suited, 12c; dry salted, damaged, 10c; kip and
calf, salted. tt'tO; dauuiKod, tlo; bulls and
Ma;r:t, uc; green, uncured, 7,e; damaged,
Shkkp Pelts Steady; green, TOsOc; dry
do, 4Ui(.T0e., as to amount aud uualftyof wool;
(rreen shearlings, 10c; dry do, losfiiic; lamb
Wheat Weaker; No.
July, tl.0l'8; August,
2 Red, June, D0c;
Cons Weaker; No. 2 mixed, June, (ifS:
July, Wto; August, ttlc; September, Mo.
Oats Lower; No. 2, mixed, June, ific;
July, 117 Ve; August, STic.
Provisions fork Dull; spot mess, f 17.00
ftn.50: Liird Higher: steam, June, $s.:iO;
July, s.;H; August, J8.tw.
Wheat Lower; June, Mc; July, 883
WHe; August, St)V4e; September, MXe.
(oiN-I,ower; June, ffc; July, Sfi'Vic;
August, fitrvo; September, .Vi se; year, 4'.ic.
Oats Lower; . June, a2e; July, iW ie;
August, 2s'ie; September, 27c.
foiiK Firmer: June, flH.fO; July.
Jiy.OO; August, lil.!K); October, lil.W.
Laud Lower; June, ts.oij; July, $8.1.,;
August, $8.274 .
shout Rum June, fS.15; July, $s.3U:
Live Stock Markets.
rtons-Hecelpts, :fi)M); fairly active at 5T
Iowit; light, W.sO65.Bti; rough packing,
$:i.l'ij.40; heavy imckliig and shipping,
Cattle Receipts, 6,llu0; dull: 10c lower;
exports, fii.50iifi.HO; good to clioice.
fil.U K'4il.l5; common to fair, f 5.(iO74.'i.!0.
Mil KM' Receipts, 2,UtiU; weak; common to
fair, f2..ri0(u1.5i; good to choice, f4.uxal.ju.
Oatti.k Market unchanged; fair to
good native shipping steers of from 1,100 to
lbs., f j.7iV.i,il.2.'; do of from l.non to I, till
lbs., S.VIO"O.S0; liuleliers' grudes of from ttoO
to l.Unn lbs.. 4IKf!,.").7tl: of from IW0 to lk"MJ lbs.,
t.".:ni"i,.'i.;Vi; native sioi kers,
SHKi:t' ami Lam lis Market dull; medium to
good t-heep, $i.uut(j,l.05; interior to fair, fii.ilUoj)
Hons Iteniiiiel fair; ordinary to good York
ers, f.v;.Vii,".ti.T; butchers' grades, f.').tiiV(-".75;
p gs, l.:.'j 'it,7l.
Cattle Receipts, ;t,i;ui; opened steady,
closed pic lower: na'he steers, 1.20J to 1,400
lbs. iivcrnuo, n.ht mi ; i; bulcliera' 8.W to
I, I'M I Ik. aveiaue, f l.8.i.'i.40.
Iloos Receipts, l:.',:iiKi; dull; 5315c lower;
l.di to ;" Ihs. average, t4.1HXui"..25;
Sid.ki1 Receipts, 24-; quiet and un
changed. Money and Stock Market.
New Youk. June 12. Money nnd exchange
steady; eui'ieney, 'h, ISi bid; (iovernnients
llrm; 4's, coiipium lltiv bid: 4'V8. do., ln4
bid Dur.n.i tho, first hour of business the
market, under the loudor-dilp of tho Missouri
1'ii'dlic, which was actively bill up, advanced
I riu tinimlly all urniind, while the stock
mimed advat d av At cloven o'clock a dis
patch reached the -tieet that the (liiverninent
evaininers appointed to invo-t gate tho alluiis
ol the I'nion I'aellle, had r ported that at tho
pre-ent rate ot eainings the ri ad could not
pay a Ui Idcnd, and lliul f n ni the Indlcatlona
tlie c inipiinv ill not earn enough for Homo
lime to enable It to pay a dividend. Added to
this were rumors of trouble In tho Standard
nil uompany. i nese re purls Marled aetivo
fi-llinur of the w hole list, and at mid-day prices
ii i iiie ii iu, i, fiuec noon u siigni ro
ry lias taken pluee.
SUMMER UNDER WEAK !
Examine our lunje .stock of Li?ht Wear UmlerwiTjir from
the 15-cent auze Umlersliirt to the finest r.00 Dalbrio-oan.
Our stock of Summer Hosiery is complete comprising Lisle
Thread, Halbriggjui and Silk Half-Hose.
in abundance. Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and . Waists
Tho "I'nlact.." Clothier.
Commencing June 9th
200 pi's Calico, 5c; worth 7
m pes umjriiams. Wr, ; worth V2 and l.V.
50 pes Victoria Lawns. Ill, 11 15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
50 pes India hin-ns, 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 find 20
50 pes Checked Xaiu.sooks. 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 20t
25 pes Fancy afe ns, 25c; worth 35c.
25 pes Ponjme ilks. fancy naticnis. :!7c .: wmlli r.ovv
50 pes Snnnner Silks, 50, 55 ami' O0c; worth 75 and !)0c.
100 Siitin Parasols, lined, at $2 00; worth $:i.00.
100 Satin Parasols, lined and ti-imined with lace, $2.50:
50 Elegant Mrocade Satin
Handsome line of Plain and
reunceti ii ic s.
BAliOAIXS for BYKKYIHWY this week, at
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Binl Cages, Path Tubs, Water
Agent for Adams & WostlaKu Oil. KaMilinc au.l 0 as Moves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Mows, thillol Ylow, Walkiriff Cultivators,
Corn Sliellers, riaiiters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 &
TIOI-KPIKiXK NO. 'JO.
CUXATJXG1A.M & YOCUM,
OFFICE: Room Xo.
713 OHIO LP;VIK,
ivi-rixx 1 and I- liiloi atitl filulie, I
Germaiiia Fire Ins. Co.,
SpriiiK field F. & M. Ins. Co.
Itiward Ins. Co.,
arnier s f ue Ins. Co,
Niagara Ins. Co.,
Paints, - Oils,
Brushes, Ulass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
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ANALYSIS OF ONE
L'arb of Iron 122.0
Chloride of Iron tract
Sulphate of Iron tract
Chloride of So liuni. . . 01.0
Sulphate Alumina.... 4C.0
Sulphate cf Alumina.. 00.7
Sulphateof Miticsia. . 11.
Chloride of Sudiuin... . U-l.l
Cliloi ide of Calcium.. IS. 4
Sulphato I.iiiiu. ...... . G0.U
Sulphate Mugucsiii... . U2.0
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Oxide of Aluminum... 04 5
Sulphhate of Magnesia 17.8
Curlionic Acid Gas.. . . 17.8
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