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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1884.
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I art i'T A:XA.ri WVSTt
"ikfcVt.vae.7Ax r..vxs.s ta kail at
it "'- c-". t'at took
rea 1 :r :w, c,:ne out
Lv. .v-i t: i k:2i::cg. at City Brew,
try. Jk-c'd KU-i. tf
H:ck La Uta i::r:bitd oa Com
ni:::.Al At.-2- r-:s wbere hoiei hive
tea trcra Cv. cUtruct travel, which L to
s'.iili hive been
x;Trp:ic -i lm &t Kv.'gio's,
cn Eighth 5:ree'. 11
D:. C. W. D.;s'.:0' went to i. Louis
a day cr ijp. to brlaj heme Miis Win
tie, who ha biii -atuc Un-school there.
They w'ul r-ctu:n to-iay aal wi'.l be ac
companied by Miss Uacksta, formerly one
of our popular public school teachers, who
will remain on a brief visit aniocg friends
Wasted -icverii energetic, refined,
well educate! youn,' ladies to asit in es
tablishing a circu'.atir.g library in this city.
Call on or address M. A. G. Wethtrald
at Mrs. John Antrim's, corner Olh and Wal
nut Street?, for three days only.
Mrs. John an 1 Mr. G. Koehler, arrived
on yesterday afternoon's train from Eureka
Springs, having in charge the remains of
the late Jno.Kothler. They did not get here
in time to have the funeral occur yesterday
and it was deferred till this afternoon.
The remains were conveyed to the residence
on Eighth Strett, frjm whence the funeral
-The Mobile an! Ohio Railroad Corn-
pany has constructed a car hoist at Eaht
Cairo, which is beiog ute to change the
trucks under the through sleepers that the
company nas recently enmmencea 10 run
on its line". The hoist is run upon a dif-
ferent principle from that which obtains in
the case of the Illinois Central hoist here
an endless chain instead of screws.
The rise in the river during the last
week has made it probable that the 1 1 II-
nois Central incline at East Cairo w!ll be
used bv the Osborn much sooner than
cjuld have been possible otherwise. A
considerable stretch of the track that was
upturned by the water has been repaired, 1
but it will be several weeks before it will I
all be righted as before. I
-"Summer in Kentucky" is a series of
papers by Charles J. O'Malley of that state,
the first Mt;m nnnoxrinfr in thn C.nr.
.. , T , ... . . .
rent of June Hth, is a revelation of the rc-
newed possibilities of southern writers. The
articles are poetic in a wonderful degroo,
powerful in their simplicity and rich group-
nr of la ,1
o D j . i
bring us to the very heart and soul of na
ture, in its true realism, as has never been
by surpassed any American writer.
Sparta Flaindealer : "The Congres
sional Convention, which meetB at Carbon-
dale next Thursday, will nominate John R.
Thomas on the first ballot. Tho delega
tion instructed for Mr. Thomas as follows:
Alexander County, 1G votes; Massac, 15;
JohnBon, 15; Terry, 18; Randolph, 27;
Union, 11; Williamson, 19; Pope, 16; in
all, 137. Tho entire vote in the convention
is 171. It will be observed that Mr,
Thomas has over three-fuurths of the votes
in the convention already instructed. After
tho first ballot lie will be nominated by ac
To-day ought to be a day of more
than usual interest to tho ladies of Cairo,
for Mrp. L. E. Williuui6on will make an ex
traordinary effort to entertain them. Mrs.
W. has now become settled in her spacious
new store on Commercial Avenue, Tuber's
former Btand, and she will to-day hold a
formal opening at which her magnificent
stock of fashion's latest novelties will be
exposed to public view in bewildering
array. To-night her establishment will be
brilliantly illuminated, and music will also
ba made to lend her potent charm to the
brilliant occasion. Look out lor the Eery
sign of "128." lt
Several nights ago burglars entered
the residence of Mr. Deitrich, coiner of
Eleventh and Cedar Streets, and took a
tariety of things good for the palate and
also a pair of good boots belonging to Mr,
D. himself. Entrance was gained by forc
ing open a rear window; and although tho
fellows must have been in tho house a con
siderable time, no one in the Iioubc became
conscious of their presence. They took a
jar of Jelley, a pan of cream that Mrs
Deitrich had set aside to mako butter of,
whole baking of fresh bread, a pair of
wwh n ?.it f, ' other articles of
miiun vCf thy rr careful uot to
mk fcir. T.f t? which they might bo
Htsi:j-trfc-VNi and they left no traces. The
An: r.iht ions fellows wero tooling
L?.vca U.e tesiJence of Mr. IT. R. Kilis,
vcrt E'.erenth and Walnut Street., hut
Kt. E.'.:ifu awakened find fired n bullet
to iJ:er the rsc'.4 m they sctmptrtd
TcV.er.Uy afternoon AUermiu Patier,
Ct.i-.rniAQ of the Committee oa Police,
J:l tad Fire Dfpsrtnienf, Cille l the com
mittee tether for the purpose of considcr
ia ieTer! matters referred to it by the
City Council. Chief amon? the business
wis the order of the Mayor guspeuJing
05cr Tyler from tin police force, for aU
lejje-l cross ceglect of duty, in that he not
only failed to present the quarrel between
05cer Taylor and Alderman Stout Satur
diy nyht, but urged it on to some extent.
The committee examined Alderman Stout,
OiRcer Tyler, Constible Si des, Mr. Taylor
and Mr. Ilazzard Wilson, and thin ad
journed till to-day to hear further tebti
Forty or fifty jreutlemac nut at Tem
perance Hall Wednesday night and organ
ized & club "Young Men's Social Club."
Tbey organize! temporarily by electing
Mr. II. E. Spaulding President and Mr.
Wm. Butler Secretary. They also appoint
ed a committee of three whoso duty it was
to be to select a room in which the club or
any number of its members may meet at
any time for various social amusements;
and also to draft a constitution and by
laws for the government of the club. A
email inniciation fee will be charged and
the monthly clues will be regulated to suit
the waats of the club. The membership is
already large and it will probably be lim
ited to sixty or seventy-five. Another
meeting will be held at Temperance Hall
The members ot tlio Cairo Polemic
Literary Society enjoyed an ice cream sup
per at the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion rooms last night, of which
about thirty young men par
took. The supper came to be set
in this wise: For several months a mock
murder trial had been pen ling in the club
at each meeting. It was a case in which
Walter Bristol was charged with the mur
der of Mr. M. F. Craine. Mr. Reed Green
was Judge; Messrs. R. P. Scott and L. M.
Tarr wero Attorneys for the defense, and
Messrs. George Christman and David Lans
den, Attorneys for the prosecution. Only
circumsUntial evidence could be intro
duced. The trial ended Tuesday, the jury
finding the defendant guilty and imposing
upon his attorneys tin penalty of setting
tho supper of last night, which they did
with good grace and in splendid style.
On the 1st of July Miss Lydia Pitcher
iesVe Cairo for a pleasure trip to New
jeraey. where she will remain perhaps a
month or longer, visiting relatives. Re
turning, Bhe will go to Springfield, Mo.,
where her father, Mr. W. F. Pitcher, is now
permanently settled, and will make her
future homo with him. She
will, however, stop over here
on her return trip and spend a few
davs. savinir adieu to her many friends
who will regret her depaituro and keep
her in kindly remembrance always. The
intimition in last evening's Argus, that she
will permanently sever her connection
hcri to form associations of a closer, Btrong
er and sweeter nature elsewhere, is unwar-
ranUd. At le4t, Miss Pitcher says bo her-
self, and, of course, she ought to know, you
know. Certainly, none of Miss Pitcher's
f . , . , , . ,
ed if 8umo A.dmis should, in obedience to
tha imperative command ot Eros, lay his
heart and his all at her feet and, refus-
IU UK c'Jiuionuii, Will. H U aia nn-
sured, however, that it is not to bo this
The plank covering of what has
been the old city pump house was declared
unsafe a year ago or longer and tho street
lias been fenced off ever ince, over which
there has been no little complaint by those
who would have occasion to use the street
if it were open to travel. At the last meet
ing of tho City Council Alderman Wood
ward called the attention of that body to
these facts and it was developed that the
Street Committee has for some time had
under consideration a resolution passed by
tho City Council, requesting tho committee
to take Bteps to have the evil complained
of remedied. But tho old pump house
which has always been a sort of municipal
elephant, contiuues to be so still and th
committee hasdoubtlesi found it a difficult
problem to solve difficult to determine
how best to proceed to cure it permanently o
being troublesome. It is desirable, however.
that it should heed tho last protest comin
through Alderman Woodward from the
voters of tho Second ward. They should
screw up tlicir courage to the stickin
point and "tackle" tho unpleasant subject
ana dispose ot it torever in ono way or
another bo as to meet the needs of the pub
All members of Cairo Casino aro re
quested to meet at their hall at 1 :30 p. m
sharp, and attend tho funeral of our Ute
brother, John loehler.
By order of the President.
Members of R. & R. Fire Co
Tou are ordered to meet in full unifoin
at the engine-house this (Saturday) aft
noon, at 1 :30 o'clock, to attend the funeral
of our late brother, Jno. Koehler.
By order of
Cius. w. Tiiix, Secretary.
A FETE VILLAGEOISE.
Dne of tho Most Beautiful Enter
talnmouta Ever Given
The Streets of Belgium Thronged With
Turbulent Crowds Further Riot
ing Expectod Sunday.
The French Peers Enraged by Recent
Opinions Promulgated by tho
Paris, Juue 13. A fete villagools e, be
ing a revival of the famous fetes Do Tri
anon, was given last iright by the Prln
cesse I)e Sagan in the Hotel do Sagan, iu
the Hue Saint Dominique, the salons ot
which are perhaps the most magnificent
la Paris, especially tho gold and purple
sulou, the salon Louis Quliize, the salon
Des Gobelins and the salon Do Danso. Tho
guests were dressed as shepherds and
shepherdesses. Each shcpUt'rd, on his
entrance, received from a halDerdler a
buuch of wild flowers, opou which wa
indicated the name of the shepherdess
whom he should conduct to supper.
Each shepherdess carried under her imtiii
a basket containing a live chlctaen,
duck, heu, pigeon, dove or guinea
pig; in fact, unythlng, provided it waf
onty a live animal. Amoug the shepherd
esses were the Duchesso tie Grammont,
Marquise de Gallifut, Comtcsse de Mont
gomery, Comtesse do Mortemare, Com
tesse de la Hochcfoucauld, Comtesse de
GonUnt. Comtesse de (hevigae. Among
the shepherds were the Due de Moruy,
Couitc ties Moutlcrr, Due de la Rochefou
cauld RisacclA, Co into (to Grameoo,
G. de ikaumont, JJaron Serlliere
and the Marquis D' Harvey de Saint
Denis. Tho rustic toilet of tm? ladies
were charming, the prevailing typo being
very short blue skirts, corsage decollette
en carre, large silk apron of changeable
plieon-ueck color, broud Xoruiandy bon
net and bright silk stockings. The
Vicomtesse de Hrolaser was charming as
a Marchande D'Giufs, fs wero also the
Raronuc D'llattliigue'r as a chambermaid
of Louis Trclze; the Vicomtesse De
Courvas as a Uouiauffeuere, Madame
Barsca ns an Austrian peasant girt,
Madame do Sallgnac Fenelon as a reaper,
and the Marquis de Ralvcuf as a Gar
deu.se D'Oies. The garden of the Hotel
de Sagan was illuminated with 500 Swan
electric lights. The fete was one of the
most beautiful ever given In Paris aiid
almost realized the most graceful com
binations ever conceived by Watteau.
P.vi:ifl, June 13. Prince llohenlohe,
the German Embassador, declares that
public feeling In Germany Is envenomed
against France by the constant provoca
tion of the French press.
Paris, Juno 13. A reporter sought an
interview with tho German Ambassador
on the probable action that Germany will
take ou the forthcoming conference on
the Egyptian question. The Ambassador
declined to discuss the matter as the
French press is too much enraged by re
cent opinions expressed iu Germau papers
to treat anything he might say calmly.
Bkku.v, June 13. Tho Xitkmal
Ztituny this morning says i "Tho com mis-
ion recently appointed by the Bnndes-
rath to consider the Hours tax bill have
declared themselves In favor of the Gov
ernment, with the exception of A few
London, June 13. The race for the
Alexandria Plate at Ascot Heath to-day
was won by Carrie Hoy ; Faugh a Bui-
lagh, second; Donald, third.
Cairo. June 13. Opinion here favors
the theory of the massacre at Berber.
Bkvssei.8, Juue 13. The excitement
resulting from the Liberal defeat, Toes-
dav, continues. The streets last nltrht
wero thronged with turbulent crowds.
Tho doIIlo disnerBcd them. V M pt hnr
rioting is expected Sunday. It Is proba
ble me senate, wnere me i.ioerais nave a
mall majority, win uc tiissoiveu.
jKFKKitsoN City, Mo., June 13 Out
of the niiu ty-onc delegates selected np
to date the vote stands: Mannadukc,
07; Bashaw, 13; Cuujbell, 8; Piiulps, 1,
und two unknown.
lion. A. P. Morehouse Is In tho city.
He Is a candidate for Lieutenant-Gover
nor, but is not inaKing any canvass. J.
M. Selbert, candidate fur Suite Treasurer!
arrived here this morning, llu in making
a thorough canvass and is ry hopeful oi
The Kail Interests.
BiitDsiioiio Pa., Juuo 13. Tho At
lantic States Nail Association met to-day.
Statistics were presented showing the
condition of the nail trade. The present
card prices were alllrmod. Telegrams
were received from ,J. D. Weeks. Pros!
dent of the Western Nail Association at
Pittsburgh, announcing n suspension of
two weeks and anticipating a suspension
of three months. The stock on hand was
reported light ana tho demand good.
Ohio Republican Central Committee.
Cott miiis, 0., June 13. The UepublU
can State Central Committee concluded
its work this morning by electing the fol
lowing executive committee,: Chairman.
J. V. Oglevee; Secretary, J. U. Brown;
Treasurer, G. W. Sinks ; Charles Foster,
J. 11. l'oraker, M. A. Hanna, C. C. Wal
cott, S. L. Johnson, James Polndcxtcr
and l . l-.wing Miller.
Sunuondod for a Tear.
I'll 1 1 rKi imi r a. Pa., Juno 13. A dls
patrh from Catasauqua, Ph., nays: Tbo
Vulcan-Powder Manufacturing Company
aeopptod $75,on" iroui me Deposit Com
pany to suspend operations lor one year
Burned to Death.
Cincinnati, Juno, 13. By spilling
trtoltco mutal at the Cinrlnnutl and New
port Iron and Pipe Worki, Nowport, Ky.
tt noon to-day, an cruployu nmnod Van
VuBrtal was burned to death. Two oth
s are probably fatally Injured.
PnlupEtipilJ, PA- Jurfe lfj.-BlBhop
Simpson's condition to-day lis slightly
Improved, but his physicians could givb
no hope of Ids recovery.
- , -
Sentenced to Hn.
New Yokk, June 13. Alexander Jeffer
son, a negro, for the murder of Mrs.
Emma Jackson and Henry Hicks, was
sentenced to be hung on the first of Au
Pittsbcboh, Pa., June 13. The Sprjng
running meeting of tho Exposition Park
Association will be inaugurated on tha
10th last, and continue four days. A
large field of horses are entered.
Died of a Broftn Heart.
Detkoit, Mich., June 13. The wife
of George Wilson, who murdered Po
licemau Bullard of this city died of a
broken heart on Wednesday at the home
of friends In Ontario.
Failure for the Week.
Nkw York, June 13. The business
failures throughout the country for the
week ending to-day were as follows;
For the United States, 303; for Canada,
2o; total, 3:'8. Compared with the total
(316) last week it shows an increaso
A Steamer in Trouble.
Dktkoit, Mich., June 13. The steam
er Pearl mistook tho lights at White
Kock, Lake Huron, last night and ran
Into the rocks, where she now lies in a
perilous position. The cargo has been
jettisoned. It Is learned that she will
prove a total loss. Tugs have gone to
Louisviu.k, Kv., June 13. The Inter
national Sumiay-School Convention met
In its third-day session to-day. Tho
morning was devoted to-Kwtine business.
A r)ne address ou "Sunday-School As
semblies" and "The Chautauqua Idea,"
was delivered by Rev. Dr. J. H. Vincent,
Connkllsville, Pa, Juno 13. The
Trotter Coke Works, owned by Prick
& Co., were In trouble yesterday. Seven
Hungarians were employed yesterday,
when the miners, numbering one hundred
and fifty English and Irish, threw down
their tools and left the pit. Trouble is
expected before tho differences are set
tled. MARKET KEPOKTS.
Grain and Provisions.
Fill DAT, JUNE 13, 18M.
Cotton Stoarty, miidntiir. linUc.
KLomt-Steadys XXX to eUolco, SlliMiliB;
WHKAT-Lowerj No. S Red, VsQWio;
No. 3 Ked.ssft.HM4o.
Cons- Higher: No. 2 mixed, 61Xl52o;
No. 2 white mixed. ST'-taVto.
0.TS-Siealy: No. 2. MClHo.
lire Nominal: No. 2. 0'AlMW.
ToiiACCO-Firmj iuk common to choice,
$,i.7'iai0.00; leaf; common nsl leaf, fS.OOtt
lO.uO; medium to (rood 1 12 -50S&17.50.
HAY-Prairio 18.U0 for prlniei $.W
for choK't; mixed, tfi12 for common w
pruiM.-: tiiuotliv llit UU for pnmo to fancy.
Bi'ttbk Weuk: cnolce to fancy creamery
lSiuc: dulry, etioico to fancy, 144j(lflc; low
KKis xu-aiiy. at 11 Sc.
Potatoks-Nuw flrin at f-'LhOfVLW per bar
rel lor choice and t l.lsM.2U per Ou.
Pokk-IMjU: standard ravse, rt.TSiI70;
bard side. IW.50.
liAno Dull; prime steam, lilH
olonr ribs. 9o.
Wixih Tub-waahed. chowo, S0Q3UH lalf.
axitao: dituty and low wonts. Cnwtwhed
Clioico nodium, 21 o; good average medium
rV(-,Dc; snloeted fUrM fhvo 174J; (rood av
erage, ltxnc; huavy laaiSc; coinbin(c
blood, AngfAc: comblnir, tow gradee, utlSo.
HIOCST-Uuiet; Ory mnL VUVic: dai-
arcd. Rwrio; bulls or stairs. Wo; dry
salted. 12c: dry shIUkI, damiufud, Kio; kip and
Oatf, salted, 8Ho; dauuwred. Olio; bulls aud
suiifs, bv; gtveu, uucurod, dauafrud,
Shkkp Pblts Stoaly; groon, TOWo; dry
do, fTOs., as to amount aud quality of woxl;
(frevn soearuntfs, 15c; ary ao, Mifco; imo
Whbat Wt-aker; No. 2 Bed. June. Wo:
July, $1.01 H; Aiiinist, fl.o; September,
fi.iMH! uoioner, i oo'i.
uokk wt-akur: mo. : mixel. June. t?:
July, t8c; August, (HSc; September. l4?.o.
UA-rs ixwer; wo. z, mixl. June, yv'io:
July, smo; AujruHt. aic; Septombi-r, 3To.
I'ltOVlSiows Fork Dull; ot mean, f 17.00
17.ft0i Lard Hlifhcr: meum. June. fS.aO;
July, ib.m; Auirust, fs.w.
WnRAt Firmor: Juno. f7c: Julv. RXfcu!
Amriul. HUte: 8eiit(mler. K!l.'&.S'.l,
BOOMH H teher; June, MSc; July, 56c;
Oats Firmer; jJutm. SiVie; July, iC'So;
Fk liower; juiib, tn.m; juiy, jnuuj
liAHU U)wer; Juno, 18.00; July, .12'4;
A ,ii,,mt tjk.'.
hlloiiT mu juiiu, n..v; July, o.W;
Au(fU8t, h.w; BepMjinuor, f.f7vs.
Live Stock Markets,
nous Buoelpts. HOIIve ami llrm: fta
lOn liluher: IIkIiU HMWiSA: rouirli mu-kln
$.f..axa-r. K; heavy paoklntr and Hhipplng, $5.55
i;atti.b iiooeiniB. i.imj; nu;aiv ox nor Li.
w. Titir.l 1(1: uooil to choicn. Ill Hufftrt Kii-
common to rair, a.uunon.w.
8HKKW rieceipi-s, hjj; uiiii nui steady;
good f clioieo, $4.00riil..r)0; coiuiiion to faff,
Catt MS Market unchanged; fair to
Bfiod native uhlimlni? Bteera of from l.KXl to
1 .IK I lb., $i.7ry(Vt.ir; do of from I.ikdi to l,l(M
Uih.. ii.4tCiS.l; lititelHTH' (frailos of from WO
0 1,KH1 lb., tft.Ktfft.TU: of Irom WH( to MO lbs.,
t-:ut,is,.:y. native Blocker. t. h.
SHKKl' AND LAMH.S Murki-t (In 11 ; modiuin to
Kooil Klu.-f), l.!j4.r,; Inferior to fair, f-'I.KWS
Hooh Dnmniid fair; ordinary to irood Vork-
patti.r Uocplntrt. 1.301: weak and slow. 100,
lower; nuMvo slors, to l.mxi lbs. aver
aK, f 5.7iV.C0.W; do. W) to l.UK) llm. uvornKO,
HooB-KeeelptH, lft.HOO; dull; Oto lower:
lottt of t.A luM lbs. average $l,7&'i$S; mainly
ftnHKP HooeipM, 410; oulut and un-
Money and Stock Market.
Nkw Your, Juno HI. Money 2 per ccnt.j
nxelinmre Hteitay aim miciianiruo: uovrrn-
iiii-ntHHtronir: eurreneyfln. 11 NiI:4h. cuiiixina.
ItliW til l; 4S do. UOH bid. Thentoek markot
bnrt1en Irn-nular, prlew recurdlilif fruuunt
ctMtiiKes under munlpiilation at dlllerent
ijmti't. From tho oiieniiifr up to the time of
wr it liiir a stuoiporn coiim.-ki iii-twuen tnn bulls
aol bears has boon In proirresn wlrti varylt
luunm IKirlnif tho ftrnt half hour the
ninrkot was foverish and weak; but niimnr
ouh surport'tr o"li-w on aiipearcd, uixier
wlrtoh prk look un upward turn, and by
nleren o'ukxik hnd ailvaneed to 4. Uut (ho
liaproremenT nnn nanny ouen recordo-l when
the hullrt niHiln an aitaok on Union PaeilM.
which, tonetlior with the tuning for account
of out of town holtferH ouuited tho enUre hhtl
to react to l1. At time or writing the
market Is auain Ktrrntrtheninir, but tho duat-
Idjts are email aim ivuiuncxn.
Examine onr large tock of
Tia 1rX-rPtir. oiin7A Tfiwlovcriirf
Uur stock of Summer Hosiery
Thread, Balbriggan and-Silk
t m mf
in abundance. Manillas in
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is
of Sailor Suits and' Single Pants and Waists
or Imldren. ,
Commencing June 9tli and' for this week (inly. '
200 pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and
w pes umgiiams, 10c ; worth ana - luc w
50 pes Victoria Lawns, 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17:1.-2 and 20c-
50 pes India Linens, 12 1-2, 15, 171-2and 20c:-- '
50 pes Checked Nainsooks. 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 20c ' . .'
25 pes Fancy bateens, 25c; worth Hoc ' Y
25 pes Pongue Mlks, fancy patterns, 37c; worth 50c
50 pes Summer Silks, 50,55 and C0c: worth 75 and DOc
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at 82.00: worth 83.00.
100 Satin Parasols, lined and
50 Elegant Brocade Satin
worth 80.00. - ' 1
Handsome liue of Plain and
BARGAINS for 'EVERYBODY this' week, at '
WM. M. DAVUisoX.
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water
Ajfent for Adunis & Westlake Oil.
TKhKPIIONE NO. tJO.
OFFICE: Room Xo.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled riofj, Walking Cultivator?,,,
Corn Sliellers, I'lanters, Etc., Etc. 'V;. ; i !4 V'f
i OS. L ( i oo, s catoo. tii:
livernm 1 untl Iiondon and Globe.
Gerniai!ia Fire Ins. Co.,
Spring Held F. & M. Ins. to,
Howard Ins. Co.,
Farmer's Fire Ins. Co ,
Niagara Inn. Co.,
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades,' Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OP- ?''.', I
Mouldings, Picture Frames. -Cairo,1-ill.
07 7 Telephone No 103
Jjlngravinsrs and Wall Papers.
D1X0H SPRINGS SDMMER .TOUT-
OPEN JUNE I TO OCTOBER 1. , u ,
TERMS: 68.00 por vgc1c. Special Batps to '
Families on A.pplication.
ANALYSIS OF ONE GALLON OF WATER.
SPRING NO. 1.
Uarbof Iron.... 122.0
Chloride of Iron trace
Sulpliato of Iron trace
Cliloridu of Sodium... 01.G
Sulpbato Alumina. . . . 4S.0
Sulphate Lime G0.G
Sulphate Magnesia... . 32.0
Sulpliato of Iron
Carbonate of Iron ....
Alkalies ......... I . .-.
Sulpliato of Alumina. .
Sulpuatoof Magnesia. .
Chloride of Sodium... .
Chloride of Calcium.".'
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Balf - Hose.
large quantities. Children's )
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trimmed with lace, $250;
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Parasols, with lace, 81.00;
Hand - painted Tans at greatly
) j BURGEE'S,
and Agato Ware,
Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Gasoline and Gas Moves, Detroit
M.&0. K. B. Building,
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PRESENTED: ' . -
New York Underwriter's Agency,
German-American Ins. Co.,
City of London,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co, .
Northwestern Mutual' Life Ins. Co.
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SPRING NO. 3.1 SPRING NO. 3.
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Oxide of Iron.... .... 12.1
Oxide of Aluminum... 04 5
iulphhato of Magnesia 17.8 .'
Carbonic Acid Gas.. . . 17.8
Sulph. Hydro. Gits.... 10.5
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