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THE DAILY 0A1RO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MOKNING, JUNE 15, I8S4.
PoDular Reliable Cash
DBY GOODS HQUSJiL
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WE ARE THE AGENTS
for the Celebrated Ferris Superior
Adjustable Waist for Ladies and
Misses, the latest and most valuable
addition to our Corset Department,
and are the most elegant and best fit
ting garment ever offered.
We have just placed on sale a new
fetock of Ladies' Muslin Underwear
which we offer at cost of materials.
Our Corset and Underwear Depart
ment is in charge of competent lady
assistants. 10O 'pieces new Lawns on
Monday, at J, 5, 8 and 10 cents.
K3rIt will pay to trade with
Notices In tlili" columniaree lino or lees 'iScen i
one Insertion or $l.tw ptr week.
F OK RENT Cottaso on Fourteenth Street op
posite the Vonotllce '0 let to 8 imull fumily.
Apply to DU. LEACU. 4 tf
FOR RKNT-Mv cottne. Sonth (Hie Fourth Ht ,
near corner Washington Avenue. ApMv boou.
VM. Ii. HIUSEHT.
WANTED LOCAL AGEXTS To H'll and dcllvi r
on commission. A cood clmnco fur a capable,
encrgatlc and tmntworlhv mnn.
S. C. l'AL.MKH, Bloomlncton.Ill.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL 1'aFeU OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
ENTERED AT TUB CAIRO TOSTOFFICE FOR
rnAssMisPioN Tniiouon the mails at
SECOND CLASS RATES.
GOEKAli LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third page.
Mr. Tim Coyle returned yesterday
from a trip up the I. C.
Mr. John D. Mackie, of Chicago, was
at The Hallidiiy yesterday.
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tf
Miss Phyllis Howard returned Friday
from MuskegaD, Wis , much improved in
A special meeting of the Council will
probably be held to morrow or Tuesday, for
JcstReckiyed 100,000 piuo shingles;
choice brands, at bottom prices.
It J. S. McGahey.
Dr. Leach returned yesterday from
Carbondale where he had attended the
Normal School exercises.
The small-pox, which prevailed to a
Bomewhat alarming extent in Centralia du
ingthelaBt two or three weeks, is sub-
Mrs. Herman Meyers, who has been in
Chicago for several weeks, is expected to
return to day.
The Coiuiquc B ud furnished several
c'aarnung airs for Mrs. Williamson's grand
opening last night.voluntairily.
Judge Daker adjourned his chancery
court last evening to convene it again to
morrow. But a few more canon will require
bis immediate attention.
The finder of a bracelet will be suita
bly rewarded by leaving it at the residence
of S. P. Bennett, Twentieth Street, between
Washington and Walnut. It
Mr. Claude Winter arrived in the city
yeBterday from St. Louis. He is traveling
BaleBman for the St. Louis Hardware and
Cutlery Co. He will remain several days
The body of a negro was taken from
the Ohio River just above tho wharfboats
yesterday forenoon. An inquest was held,
but nothing definite was learned about the
Adi zen or more dojs were killed ly
Chief Myers last evening. They wero tag
le68 pets that had been captured by the
several Kuights of the Wire Noose and
Collector Hodges had one of tho bus
iest days of the year yesterJay, taking in
the ducats from the people and for the peo
ple. Hit olllco was crowded marly all
day ly delinquents who didn't want to be
sold out to morrow.
YeBterday Chief Myers and Constable
S heeh an arrested a young sharper named
Will Riley, alias "Dice," who was charged
with robbing, a fisherman named John
Lamy, at East Cairo, of f 43 in money Fri-
We now show tho most complete
line of CORSETS ever displayed in
this city, comprising 30 different
Warners Mothers Health
'Abdominal," "Flexible Hip," "Cora
line," "Model Mould" and 'ursin"s,"
also Warner Misses, Hall's Elastic
Corset, Madam Foys, Cooley's Patent.
See our Elsie and Rridi.1. tlin host
$1 Corsets CTersIiown;oar50 and 75c.
are the greatest bargains
in this city.
day. Lamy tracked tho fellow over here
and lost sight of him, but the officers,
from a description given them, "run him
down" and lodged him in jail yesterday,
recovering $33.30 of tho stolen money.
Riley was held to bail in the sum of f 100.
lie had a high time here
during Friday night, but got awny with
only about $9 of the "swag."
News was received here yesterd ly by
Mr. L'Uiis DuMontcourr, of the Box and
Btsket Factory, that Mr. Thomas Orr died
at Boston Friday. Mr. Orr was one of tha
heaviest lumber dealers in the East and
bought large quantities of lumber all
through this section of the country. IIcj is
well known here.
George Wm. Curtis, Theodore Roose
velt, Carl Schurze, Franklin McVeagh,
Charles A. D;tna, Roecoe Conkling all
shining lights of the Republican party in
years past, unite in the opinion that Blaine
is the straw upon the Republican camel's
back. But then, we have Magistrate Com
ings' word for it that these gentlemen are
mistaken and that Bottles it, so it does.
Mrs. L. E. Williamson's opening at
htr new Btore la6t night was a really bril
liant event for the ladies of t!ie city, who
llocktid by hundreds to the store and
thronged every aisle down stairs and even
the rooms up stairs and the sidew-ilk in
front, all intent upon an inspection ot the
grand difplay of beitutiful things on fill
A new and Cue store has been built at
Dixon Springs to replace the one burned
Out last winter and the postoflice has been
moved into a part of it, which will bo
great convenience to guests this summer.
An order to Ilalliday Bros, for five barrels
"Sylph" flour to be sent immediately to
Mr. Lcmcn at Dixon Springs, is an evi
dence that the "clans are beginning to
The late John Koehler ivas bunod at
Villa Ridge yesterday afternoon. It was a
very large funeral. The hearse was follow
ed from the residence to the train, first, by
the Cairo City Band; second, by the Cairo
Cassino Society; third, by the Rough and
Ready Fire Company, all in uniform; while
a procession covtring several squares moved
aiong tho sidewalk. A special tram of
three coaches was crowded with friends
who followed the remains to Villa Ridge.
Oh I the charm of contrast! Look at
this from tho Johnson County Journal of
Friday, speaking of Blaine : "ile has been
one of tho strongest exponents of the doc
trines aud principles of his party. He has
been one of the truest, bravest and most
successful leaders of the Republican party
for the pist twenty years. He ie a states
man in the truest sense of tho word. Truly,
the Republican party has foronco bestowed
honor whero it belongs and nominated a
leader of leaders and a statesman of the
highest type." And then at this, from the
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, speaking of
precisely the same gentleman, but beforo
the nomination : "He lias cohabited with
corruption tor dishonest money. J Ie is a
political harlot who has prostituted the
highest offices to Ins political aggrandize
mcut." But if wo may dare to mako a
suggestion, doesn't tho Journal think with
us that tho. contrast is here just a lee-tlo
bit too strongly drawn? And wouldn't it
bo well to kinder sorter touch the thing
up a little, so as to not strike the admirer
quite so forcibly?
Cove Creek Confidence.
Mr. A. B. Shawcr, Covo Creek, Tazewell
County, Va., write: "I was for a long
time a great sufferer with kidney and blad
der troubles. Finally I tried St. Jacobs
Oil, the great pain reliever, externally, and
it cured mc."
DECEIVED AND ROBBED,
A Poor Widow Swindled by tha
Utopian Schemes of a
She Soils Her Possessions and Moves ti
the "New Colony," Which Proves
to Consist of One House,
She Returns to Her Old Home Penni
less and An Object of
Sr. Loris, Mo., June 14. An actual
Illustration of tho Martin Chu.zlowitt ex
perience developed to-day ut the Uuwn
Depot. Mrs. Auuie Ilart.ull, a tidy llttlo
widow of twenty-eight, was stranded at
the depot last night without money or
fronds. Mrs. Harwell's home is
in Dayton, o., and she came in last
evening on tho Iron Mountain from
Glen Allen, a populous colony which she
says exists only in the imagination of one
Alex. Longtree. He has a system of do
ing business which he is alleged to work
out In a unique way. He sends out cir
culars portraying in golden colors the
advantages of his Glen Alien colony,
declaring that those who set homes in
tho West can make mammoth fortunes
there, at the same time requesting the
deposit of a trilling consideration a a
pledge of good faith. One of these cir
culars found its way hito the lunula of
Mrs. Ilart.cll, who, upon further assur
ances from Longtree, sold all her effects
and, taking her little boy, went on to the
colony. When she arrived there renter
day she found nothing but a desolate
waste of rocks and a solitary, brokru
down house. There was no one at the
"colony," but Longtree himself, who
when ho saw the young widow, insisted
on her remaining. This she Indignantly
refused, and made her way back to liis
inarek, where her funds gave out. Sue
was kindly transported to the citv bv the
conductor of the train and enough funds
were collected at I'nion Depot to send
her to Cincinnati. Once there, she said.
she would pawn her watch and go on to
Dayton. Siie requested the Union Depot
people to have any victim who mlcht be
induced to go to Glen Allen, write" to her
llrst, and she would give tho condition of
CHASING A CHOCTAW.
A Horse-thief Who is Supposed to be the
S.mcoxin, Mo., June It. The police
attempted the arrest of a Choctaw Indian
horse-thief yesterday evening, whom
they had been watching as a, suspicions
character. lie was chased afoot for
over a mile and made his escape
in the thick undergrowth on the east of
the city. Some shooting was done, but
no one hurt. His horse and gun are in
possession of the authorities. Persons
who saw and talked to him sav he suits
the description of the murderer of the
Anderson family at Pleasanton, Kan. Ho
win probably be captured by to-day.
Merrick's Testimony Bliss' Threat.
Washington, D. C, June 14. Tho
examination of Merrick before tin? De
partment of Justice to-day related ex-clu-ively
to the connection of Congress
man Kellogg with the Star-route matters.
He explainer the character of the affidavit
of Price, and said he regarded the state
ment as quite sullicient proof of the guilt
of Kellogg. In concluding, Merrick said
that he considered ex-Senator iJoraey the
originator aud center of the Star-roate
The committee have agreed to hear Bliss
further on Wednesday next, when he
promises to lay before the committee
some letters, the contents of which, ho
says, the writers appear to have for
gotten. Eight Houses Burned.
Pavl, Miss., June 14. Eieht
frame houses aud a number of sheds on
Seventh street burned this morning.
Loss, twenty thousand dollars; Insur
ance, two thousand dollars. A number
of residents had narrow escapes. The
names were extinguished with dilfrculty.
Loxoon, June H.-F.gyptlan advices
say that an Arab at Korosko, who
claims to be the sole suivlvnr nt th
Berber garrison, says lie was present
when the rebels attacked Berber on
May 2. The garrison defended the
town for two hours, hut the rebels
forced their way into the city, where
they immediately massacred 5,100 men of
the garrison. Two thousand of the male
population, women and children were
spared. This story is believed by Majoi
Kitchener and a son of Hussein Pasha
Khali tf, the Governor of Berber.
SOME HOW OK )1 1IKK.
The J'ull Mull Goxclfr says: "We must
now add 3,500 more 1o the thousands al
ready butchered to make a holiday for
Gladstonian principle. Humanity re
volts at such a slate of things. Somehow
or other a stop should be put to it."
M uiui, June It. -One of the most
thrilling scenes that ever occurred In
Spain took place this morning at Jertut,
where seven Socialists were executed for
participation In the Mano negro outrages.
During the night small bauds of Social
ists aud members of the Black Hand So
ciety arrived in town, and at an early
hour this morning, when their numbers
had increased largely, they proceeded
to trie prison determined to effect
a rescue, rne Government, antid
paling an attempt at rescue, fcd
smuggled a targe lorce ot troops Into tae
prisou, wuo comroninig me rescuers
with fixed bayonets, overawed and com
polled them to retreat. Meanwhile 'the
executions were rapidly pushed and
the seven Socialists were nulcktv nut to
death by means of the garroto, three ti-
cnuti mors doing ino norriblc work.
Paris, June 14. TbeSenatB CoiumitUo
on tho Madagascar expedition baa re
ported In favor of Increasing tho block
ode of Jdadagiiuear ports, but deprecated
tns sending of nn expedition to Antaa
Tho economic crisis of Cuba was dis
cussed by the Spanish ministers.
Catholic journals, ol England reiulee
over tho defeat of Liberals lu the Belgian
The Lehigh Valley Road has purchased
50,000 acres of coal lands In Cleartleld
-i ... ii.
Tho Ellioeror of flermanv hud n.n nrl
miring throng at the depot on his do
puriure iroiu ucritu.
nunt, Stewart &. Co., cotton factors,
New Orleans, have suspended, but expect
to resumo In a few days.
The Commercial Travelers' Protective
Association of tho United States met in
Detroit in annual session.
Passenger and ticket agents at Kansas
City setthed their differences and averted
threatened cutting of rate9.
A landlord political fund was organized
in Ireland with Lord Kossmorc and Sit
Samuel Wilson as trustees.
Parnell is preparing a general appeal
for a National fund with which to pay
Irish members of Parliament.
The annual regatta of the New York
Yacfct Club saited yesterday and was the
ujimi, ouv,uMaim juj- innuy years.
Prjjice Erstoff, a St. Pterburg editor,
was compelled to resign ou account of
objectionable articles in his paper.
Hot weather at Corsieana, Tel., cul
minated lu a small cyclone and te rriflc
storm, doing some damage to property.
The Wabash management announce a
new passenger line between Chicago and
Kansas City via Peoria and Jocksonvilte.
Advices from Chicago indicate that the
whiskey pool wrll be revived, but the
basis has not yet been dtrmlned upon,
Tho Salvation Army is having bad luck.
Fe-ur members were fined fie euch In
London, Out., for beating drums la th
The project to erect a monument to
Victor Kmanuel in the Pantheon at Home
lias leen abandoned. A tabht will take
The proposition to have a rtouion io
St. Louis of American and Mexican vet
erans of the war of 184ti and 1847 meets
the hearty approval of l"resideut Diaz
and other prominent Mexicans.
It docs not usually rain to any great
extent in California during the month of
June, but the rainfall there this month
has been the greatest in thlrtv fouryears,
resulting In heavy damage to crops.
The Independent Republicans of. Mas.
sachusetts met at Boston and organized
to oppose Blaine and Logan. President
Kliot of Harvard Is oni of the Vice
Presidents. They oppose the Republican
platform and condemn the candidates and
their political methods.
Grain and Provisions.
SATl'KDA Y, JtTNE 14, 184.
Cottox Stoody; middling. llUXc
Kixh-r Steady: XXX to etiorte, f3.4.53;
WiiRAT-niKheri No. 2 Uixl. fl.Cci; No.
8 Keil. Hie.
Cohn Higher: No. 2 mixed, 62A!Vc:
No. 2 white mixed. WiS-We.
UATS-Hiirher: No. 2. Ali$3:lc.
Kvk Nominal: No. 2. &7wiWc.
ToHAUi.'o-Kinn; iu8 common to ohotcp,
$i7.V(&lU.0U; leaf; common rod luf, JS.Uoa
lO.uo: mfflitim to kooi fUiAuan.SO.
Hxv-Praino JH.UO for prime: M.S)
for choice: mixed. ''H3 for common to
prime: timotliv 1I41.0U for prime to fancy.
Htttiik Weak: cnoico to roney m-amery
lHunluc: dairy, choice to tauey, HQlOc; low
hjew guiet. at imc.
KlTATOK New ttrm at HL0a:U& ikt Ihik
el tor eholee ami fl.MM.20 per do.
Poiik Dull: standard laoss, M.75idKj0Qi
Jwtnn lull; prim steam. r7o.
IUcoh Lonirs. t!Jo: Ahorta. 9fovv
Clem ribs. O'c.
Wool Tub-wasbwi choice, Syi.- fair.
2i '): diriuy and low M;2v ITn Saithnt
LTjoice medium. M,c; Hood average medium
llfcV.lie: seltietea liirtit Urn- 17441o; kooJ av
erage, )rt"6!7o; htavr KkaiAc: cotubinir. U
duxkI, 9K(:;jo; cointiiK, low irnvk-s. liiino.
HIDES Ouiet: drv nillL lli&Wfi: durn.
otred. l!iU'!: duus or ptam. Kk: dry
sailed, lc; dry flaitcxl. dainairixl, 10c; kin and
cHir, suited. 80; daunwud, 6o: nulls and
iin-ri, 6c; greeii, uoeured, 7'e; damaged.
Mikrp Pri.ts Steady, irroen. Iflasirt; drr
do, iH7i)c., as to amount ami quality of wool;
Kreen sln-Hrlin, Ific; dry do, HX&irxt; lmuli
WHEAT Wi-Hkcr: Nn. 2 Iti.il .Tnnn (fin.
July, l.0IU; August, tl.uii: SepteiiiiiVr.
Lous weaker: No. - mixed. .Tunc, fr'c:
luly, K,e; .August, September, i',o.
Oats Lower; No. 2. mixed, .lime, X,o;
Inly. tf7Se; Aug ust, 3 c; September, .
provisions Pork WW; Hpot uu'ss, 116 75
ftfn.tm; Lard Higher; uteum, June, fi.lio:
July, $.; August, fS.SU.
WriKAT Steady: Juno. STe: .Inlr
August, ic; September, mc.
miiiN Mt'iuiy; June, Me; July, .Vi'lc
August, ofiiio; SepN.'inbur, 'nu; yi'iir, 4'.i'Je. '
Oats isb'udy; June, au"ie; July, ittc
August. your. 27e. '
Pokk Steady; June, $10.70;
Augu.it, f 19.71).
Laki Lower; Juno, fS.00;
HnoiiT Uihs June, JS.iKW;
Live dtock Markets.
CATTI.R-Ueoeipts, l.sun; dull and nominal;
exports, fl..rWif.M0; good to olioieu, tti.luas.uU:
Doinmou to fair, MXVZtAM.
Hoos Knoel)i, lu,i): nctlve and firm; fiffl
Hlc higher; tight, t.H).tt.r; rough packing,
K..jntoi.56; heavy packing and shiHiltif, j.so
rUKKi Keceipts.fiOO; slow;lnlerlorto cholco,
Catti.e Market unehanged; fair to
joo.1 naf.lve shipping BU ors of from 1,109 to
1,-aW lbs.. t i.W'Wt.S-'); do ot fro n l,il to 1,10)
lbs., $S.4irA.8!lj butchers' grmius of from Ik'iO
to I.IKKI lbs., fi.4O"5.ri.70: of Troiii l.) to .)() P)rt,,
f.ri.;r..Vjl; native Bto. kers, f4.An.ri.l5.
Siikkp and I.amiis Market dull; medium to
food slieop, fl.50.i44.tki; iiilerlor to fair, (3.UU,'j
Hons Tli'nmnd fair; onlimtry to prooil Voik
rs, f5.255.()5; butchers' grades, 5.(i.V&ii.75;
Cattle Hecpipta, hr,0); weaker, 5 to loo
lower; nsiivo su-ers, 1,'JOJ to l.ISiW lbs. avor
igo. i.s;to.:iO; do. D50 to 1.150 llw. avorago.
H-iKK ifr5.ii0: cows fair to good f.1.5i 11.25.
HOilH Kceipts, r3,iN)0; stonily at ynstai
lay's deel no: lots of l!)2 to 2S5 lbs. aveie
M.7iV4.!: mainly I.KU4fll.wi.
Hhkfi' Uoct.'ipts, 83; qulot anl nomia
Money and Stock Markt.
Nkw York, Juno H. F.xckango quiet Wit
Jrm; (lovernmonta sleaflv; onrriey s, ia
tod; 4,rmpons. 120V; H Io, 114 If bid. The
Hook Diarket opfltiixl firm, and ti Oould
brokors lilinoot iminodiatnly rejuiuod tholr
twtii of yourd(vy by btiyrnw op all oTr-r
irigs of stoek with which thnir chief ie ldont.1.
llol. and nspccially sypportel Missouri Puoiflo
ind Wi-Moru Union; and bocauis of the
icamlty of mor for loaning thoy b1 but lit
I'e trouble In bidding the prion np. ujr elevon
:hc prli 0 haI gonn up 44 to I k. Suharvinnnt
rea l auoiis caused a froetionni ronction, but
in tii publl. at O't or the bank nMtnmmit,
iliowing a lar-c Ino push In thn wservu,
llirr.' was r-imwol huving tiiusig uriOet
i udvtt'ieo to thn best liginos. I'lio Uiekvl
s n-w Htrong.
Examine our largo stock of
K wm gauze Undershirt to the finest 85.00 ltalbriggan.
Uur stock ot hummer Hosiery is complete comprising Lisle
Thread, Balbriggan and Silk Half-Hose.
g S-T-E-A-W H-A-T-S S
in abundance. Manillas in largo quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
Commencing June Kith and for this week nlv.
200 pes Calico, 5e.; worth 7 and !!c.
)0 pes (iingliams, 10c ; worth
50 pes Victoria Lawns. 10, 12
50 pes India Linns, 12 1-2,
j)0 pes IJieckeil iNamsooks, 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 2c.
25 pes Fancy Sateens. 25c; worth Uric.
25 pes Ponue silks, fancy patterns, 37c.; worth 50c.
50 pes Summer Silks. 50,55 and IJOc.: worth 75 and 0c.
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at 82 00; wm-tli fi:in.
100 Satin Parasols, lined and trimmed with lace, $2.50:
50 Elegant Lrocade Satin Parasols, with lace, $ 1 .00 ;
Handsome line of Plain and
BARGAINS for EVEKYH0DY this week, at
WM. II. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIE,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water
Agent for Adams & Westlake Oil. (? inline ami Gas Stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled I'lows, Walkinff Cultivators,
torn Shelleis, Planter!;, Ktc, Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33,
TKI.KPIIONK M). t-'O.
CUXNIGIIAr & YOCUM,
liSURAiGE -:- A6ESTS.
OFFICE: Boom Xo. 1, 31. & 0. It. R. Building,
73 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
COM PAN IKS li K I? 1 i ESEN TKD :
Liverpool mid London and Globe,
Germaina Fire Ins. Co.,
Springfield F. & M. Ins. Co,
Howard Ins. Co.,
Farmer's f ire Ins. Co ,
Niagara Ins. Co.,
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CAII0' ILL
Telephone No 103
3jngi'aviiigs and Wall Papers.
DIXON HER BBSOfiT
OPEN JUNE I
TERMS: 88.00 per
ANALYSIS OF ONE
SPRING NO. 1.
Carl) of Iron 122.0
Chloride of Iron trace
Sulphate of Iron trace
Chloride of Sodium.., 01.0
Sulphate Alumina.... 47.0
Sulphate Lime 00.0
Sulphate Magnesia.... 32.0
Sulphate nf Iron 42.3
Carbnnnte of Iron ... 25.1
Sulphate of Alumina,. 00.7
Sulphatoof Magnesia.. 11.
Chloriilo of Sodium.... 84.1
Chloride of Calcium.. 18.4
FflMous'anTDEasiTE BATTLES OF Til EWORLD.
0APT. KIVO. V. 8. A. niTOKY FltOM THE BATTME-riKLD. Khovi tie Nation hanfctn mtd.of
J.ilroj.d in id.?. How Fna.or Duuterhti turnfdonaiinult Oont.it. A flrud Rook for Old and Toaiv.Haviit
Tun.. u! tin Memory. UItm Pltaiun antl Inttrurtion. M .pi and Kin llluitratinna. imli Wi.ud I. .rjwlnrfc
if Wfllt ai tmm (vt (nil duorlpUoa anil Mini. AdditM 4. O. UoVUUDV t;o lilraiu. III.
Light Wear Underwear from
TJio 'M'alaco" Clothier, f
12 and l.V.
1-2. 15, 17 1-2 and 2l
15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
Hand - painted Fans at greatly
and Agate AVare,
Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
New York Underwriter's Ageney,
Herman-American Ins. Co.,
City of London,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co,
Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.
CLARK & LOYETT,
TO OCTOBER 1.
week. Special Rates to
GALLON OF WATER.
SPJllNaNO. 2. 1 SPRING NO. 3.
Oxide of Iron 12.1
Oxide nf Aluminum... 04.5
.-'ulphhate of Magnesia 1T.8
Carbonic Acid Gas.. . . 17.8
Sulph. Hydro. Gas.... 10.5
J. 10. LLCMEN, Lessee.
Allen Spiings, Tope Co., Ills.