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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOKNtNQ, JUNE 19, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.
OKF1CIAL f Afglt UF ALKXANUEB fOUNTV
ENTERED AT TBE CAIKO rOSTOFFIOK FOH
TKAN8MIBSI0N TUBUVUHTUB MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS BATES.
Notice. In thia column voree line, or leu 25ceni
CD Inaertioo or 1.0U per week.
FUR KKNT M cotUgo, South tide Koortb 8t ,
near comer Vikluutoa AToaae. Applr toon.
WM. 11. GILUKKT.
WANTED LOCAL AGENTS To loll nd deliver
on commission. A good chance for a capable,
energetic and trustworthy man.
8. C. 1'ALMKK, Bloomington, 111.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Mr. George Fry is in the city on a bus
Ladies' Kangaroo Shoes at Black's, lw
Collector Hodges expects to finish his
work during next week.
Fon Sale Two desirable lots on 25th
Street, Comings Division. Apply t Jno
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tf
The closing sale of household nuods
at the residence of Mr. S. II. Taber will
occur this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Ayoun man. named Eikins, from
Fairfield, 111., hag taken Col. Rearde's po
sition in the office of Messrs. Stratton &
Miss Annie Antrim left yesterday for
St. Louis, where she will join a party of re
latives and friends anigoto Colorado to
remain during the summer.
Ladies troubled with sore feet should
try a pair of Kangaroo Shoes. For sale at
Mr. T. B. Ellis will give up his board
ing house in what has till now been known
as the Arlington House, the building hav
ing been purchased by Mr. E. A. Buder.
Contractors having in charge the sev
eral street improvements ordered to bo dono
within the last several months by the City
Council, have nearly all begun their work
and are pushing it to a rapid completion
Every traveling auct we should say
every tramp, is not a thief. We ask
citizens of Cairo generally to make a note
of this fact. But the great majority of
them are, in odo sense or another. Note
this, also, please.
Kangaroo Shoes have all the qualities
of French Kid, without the tendency to
peel and stretch. We have them on
hand. Black. lw
-Three coaches full of people attended
the Baptist picnic at Cherokee Springs,
Hodges Park, yesterday, and they reported
having had a very pleasant time. The
weather was favorable, and tho picnic
grounds were at their best.
Mr. U. C. Loflio, Mr. W. F. Russell,
Mr. W. L. Bristol and Magistrate A. Com
ings will probably leave Monday for an
extended tour through Kansas for pleasure,
chiefly. Mr. Russell will go to California
. before returning, to visit a brother.
Robt. Olmstcad, formerly of this place,
but now of Kansas City, is in the city on
a two week's visit to friends. He will pro
ceed from here to Olmntead, Ills., to visit
his sister. Ho has a fine position with one
of th leading printing h uses in Kansas
We ask the attention of the public to
our new enterprise, a special trunk store.
We carry a full assortment of trunks,
valises, handbags and everything in that
line which wo offer at a very close figure
Call and examine goods and prices before
purchasing. Wm. Ludwig & Co. 3leod
Several fine silver cups are displayed
in the show window of Mr. Jno. A. Miller's
jewely store, which are to be contested for
in various ways at the Theatre Comique,
Friday, 27th inBt., which is to be Prof. Will
Emery's benefit night. One cup will be
awarded to the best rifle shot and the other
to the best clog dancer.
Street Supervisor Boughner goes on duty
to-day and will make it his first duty to
call upon all gentlemen for one dollar and
a half each, as street taxes,
or request tuein to appear at
a certain place on a certain day, "with
shovel, pick or wheelbarrow to labor on
the streets of the city," etc.
When such leading Germans as Adol
tihus Buech declare point blank against
Blaine it means something. It means, for
instance, that Illinois has a German popu
lation of 335,780, and that Ohio lias 192,
387 of the same nationality. It means,
too, that the German vote is a solid mBS
for or against a candidate. It may mean a
great deal more. We shall teen in Novem
ber. Mr. Desdimona has let the contract for
building his new brick business house,
southeast corner or Sixth Street and Com
mercial Avenue, to Mr.Thos. Ferguson and
Mr. Richard Walbh. The frame building
now occupying the lot will bo removed to
the vacant lota on the easterly side of Com
mercial Avenue, below Fourteenth Street.
Work will be begun within a week or ten
Col. James S. Rearden will to-day
enter upon the discharge of his official clu
tiei as Chief of Police. The new chief is
comparatively a stranger to the duties of
the office, but there is not much to do at
present and he will be quick to learn. , lie
will have the hearty support of all good
citizens, which Is a tower of strength to a
man in his position. Beside, he has sev
eral old, tried men on the force, and the,
good w ill of others who wero ou it before
whose experience will doubtlesj be at his
Yesterday Senator Hunt, candidate for
Attorney-General in this State, on the Re
publican ticket, was at Tho IUIliday. He
introduced himself to the local lights of tho
party here. Did we say all the lights?
Ouess we did. But Scott is no longer looked
upon as very much of a light since his fail
ure to prevail against Capt. Thomas. The
uiachioe has snuffed his polictical candle
and smashed the candlestick into smith
Some of "the boys," the festive railroad
boys and others, are talking seriously of es
tablishing a Bachelors' Hall, as a means of
relief from regulation bonding house fare.
Boarding on the Bachelors' UU plan may
seem more alluring than the European and
other plans, boys; but you take a fool's ad
vice and let it alonu. Experience has
proven that the Bachelors' Hall plan doesn't
pan out according to first impressions. Be
neath) a pleasant surface there lurks a
world of woe. There's said to be a much
better remedy for the evils complained of
and but boldt We had forgotten that
'twas leap year.
There is an atmosphere of summer all
through the July Harper's, which is nearly
ready for publication. Tho opening paper
deals with tho Nile, now in the season of
its inundation, and another with the St.
Lawrenco and its summer resorts; while the
approaches to New York, a London sub
urb, "Harrow-on-the-IIill," and one of the
suburbs of Washington, Kendall Green, are
the subjects of other articles. Both the
serials are very summery; the paper on
Bismarck gives a pleasant account of his
Bummer life, and one on "Professional
Beauties of the Last Century" includes a
graphic description of a summer night's
party at Ranelagh Gardens. There is also
a paper on cattle farming at the West, and
a poem by Philip Bourke M trston sings of
"Roses and Ningtingales."
The Republicans will hold their Con
gressional Convention at Cirbondale to
day; and their Senatorial Convention at the
sarao place to morrow. The delegates from
Cairo to tho former conventiod are J. A. M.
GibbB, Samuel Briley, E. A. Harrell, C. 0.
Patier, Chas. Lancaster, A. Coming, C. R.
Woodward, Chas. Nellie, Chas. Galigher,
II. H. Candee, J. L. Corcorau, John Tyler,
J. J. Bird, Warren Wims, John Gladney,
Georgo Robinson. Those to the latter are
J. A. GibbB, E. A. Harrell, J. L. Corcoran,
Wood Rittenhouso, J. A. Goldatine, W. N.
Butler, Samuel Orr. Samuel Booker, J. II.
Woodward, D. J. Baker, Harris Schulze, J
H. O'Brien, C. W. Curtis, J. A. Lipsomb,
Reuben Smith, Samuel Briley. The first
delegation is instructed for Thomas for
Congress, and John Stern, of Bandolph
County, for member of Statu Board of
Equalization. The Senatorial Delegation
was not instructed. There will bo several
candidates bol'ore the Senatorial Conven
tion, chief among whom will be Mr. James
M. Pcurlock, tho Republico-Prohibition
member of the Thirty-third General Assem
bly, from tho Fiftieth District.
Tho Louisiana State Lottery cuine off
Tuesday, and again there are pethaps five
hundred Cairoltes who failed to "catch on"
and are disappointed, while the ready cash
of the city has suffered a reduction of
another thousaud or two without any pros
pect of a return. It maybe that all who
invest regularly in this enterprise can affurd
to lose all they invest, and then again per
haps they can't. It may also bo that tho
lottery is not the worst species of gambliug
and the mo3t ruinous that is indulged in.
Certain it is, that the lottery is not tho only
business that draws heavily every month
upon the exchequers of this city. Grain
gambling as it is carried on in Chicago, for
mstance, is probably more illegitimate and
more ruinous than the lottery business and
it counts its victims by the dtzen in this
and nearly every community of this size. If
all the money that is monthly sent out of
this city to be used in these variouj
means of gambling, and that never brings
any return, were pooled, in a year' time
there would be a sum sufficient to establish
a great industrial institution of somo kind
that would yield a liberal and steady profit
to the stockholders. If all the wide-spread
wre'ehedness aud misery the murders,
suicides, insanities, forgeries, perjuries, de
fftlcations, embezzlements, lying, stealing,
and general knavery caused by stock
gambling could be shown, the agg-.'gato
woum oe appalling. Until within a receut
period this kind of gambling was plainly
connnea to tue great money centres, but
unfortunately the mania is contagious, and
has spread from Wall Street, so that the
gambling fever prevails to a greater or less
extent throughout the country; and little
towns of only a few thousand inhabitants
now have their "broker" with his "bucket
shop," angling with alluring bait for aud-
geous and fools. The influence upon tho
morals of a community is pernicious, and
the blighting effect a stock gambling
upou legitimate industries is notorious; It
advent in a community is to be almost as
mucb dreaded as the carnival of a pesti
lence. Our advice to Cairo people is to
keep their money at home and invest it in
legitimate business; and they will find, in
the end, that tbey have come out ahead,
perhaps in more ways than one.
New York for Cleveland.
The following special dispatch was re
ceived here last evening : '
"Looks like Cleveland at Saratoga. All
differences in factions settled. Harmony
assured. More to morrow."
LOST IN A FOG.
Four Boats From a Whaler L030
Tholr RockonLng and Their
One Reaches Land After Six Days The
Others Supposed to Have Per
ished at Sea.
Want of Enthusiasm at the Unveiling ol
a Portrait of the QueenSpen
London, Juno 18. Four boats were
dispatched from the Chieftain, a whaling
vessel, off tho coast of Greenland to pur
sue a school of whales. A douse fog
arose and the boats got ecpuratcd ami
were unable to find tho ship. After six
days one of tho boats reached Iceland,
200 miles distant, after great suffering
from hunger and cold. It is feared the
other three boats containing fifteen men
are lost, as they had little or no supply
Di'iiUN, June 18. Last week tho Com
mon Tleas Court granted Cornwall, Sec
retary of tho Dublin Post-otllce an at
tachment against Wra. O'Brien, M. 1'.
and editor of tho Untied Ireland, to bo Is
sued lu case certain offensive articles aud
cartoons complained of by Cornwall in a
libel suit against that paper continued to
appear. A Tory article reflecting upou
Cornwall's character has since appeared,
aud the Court to-day flood O'Brien 300
for publishing an article pending a trial.
Qlf.esstow.v, June 18. Tho National
lino steamship America arrived this
morning from New York making the trip
in six days fourteen hours and eighteen
minutes, the fastest Eastern trip on rec
ord. Bklfast, June 18. Earl Spencer, Lord
Lieutenant of Ireland, to-day unveiled a
handsome portrait of Queen Victoria.
Although a largo crowd was present, little
or no enthusiasm was manifested, which
was quite contrary to the usual niauner
of action on such holidays. The silence
of the populace Is Indicative of the dis
pleasure of Orangemen and loyalists at
Spencer's recent order forbidding Orange
men holding meetings at the same time
and place In which Nationalist meetings
Montreal, June 17. A sensation was
caused by tho announcement of the re
ceipt from London of a cablegram yester
day, stating that the English creditors ot
tho great dry goods house of G. Carslcy
had been asked for an extension. The
liabilities are estimated at three-quarters
of a million dollars. Carsley refuses to
CKOOKEDNESS IN' OFFICE.
Wild Humors That are Floating About
the Streets of Rochester, N. T.
Rochester, N. Y., June 18. A decided
sensation has been caused in this city
to-day by rumors that District Attorney
Taylor Is endeavoring to Indict a number
of Democratic Aldermen for taking
bribery money at the recent organ
ization of the Common Council when
city officials were appointed. Several
Aldermen have been summoned before
the Grand Jury to-day, but the result Is
uuknown as yet. The streets are full of
wild rumors to-night, but nothing can bo
authenticated as to what was done to-day.
It is rumored that the former City Clerk,
who failed of a reappointment by the Com
mou Council this year, has "squealed."
Questionable methods arc suid to have
been used at that time. The Investigation,
is to be continued to-morrow and most
sensational results are expected, as an
Immense number of witnesses have been
subpujned to give testimony as to what
they know. That tho politics ol this city
have been becoming more and more cor
rupt each year is a fact that is notorious
BASE II ALL HHEVITIES.
Score of Games Played on Tuesday,
Cincinnati O.-St. Louis Unions, 9;
Cincinnati Unions, 1.
New York-New Yorks,7; Bostons, C.
....Metropolitans, 7; Columbus, 5.
Boston, Mass. Philadolphias, 7; Bos
tons, 2....Boston Unions, 11 . Nationals, 1.
Washington, D. C.-Indianapolis, 11 j
Washlngtons, 7. ' '
Pittsburgh, ra.-Loulsvilles, 7; Al
leghenys, C. ' '
Buffalo, N. Y.-Buffulos, 8; Chlca
Baltimore, Md.-St. Louis, 7: Baltl
morcs, (i. ' '
Providence, R. I. Providences, 0;
New Yorks, 0. '
New Haven, Conn.-Yales, 0; Browns,
Cleveland, O. Cleveland. 9; De
Philadelphia, Pa.-Athleties, 10; Cin
Stillwater, Minn.-Qulucys, 3: Still
St. Paul, Miuu. Peorlas, 10; St
Pauls, 2. ' '
Brooklyn, N. Y.-Brooklyns, G; Tolo
Chicago, Hl.-Chlcago Unions, 8: Kan
sas C'ltys, 5.
Unveiling a Statue.
Hartford, Conn., June 18. Six
thousand military, including tho Seventh
New York Regiment, with a vast con
course, participated in the ceremonies o!
tho unveiling of tho statuo of Governor
Buckingham to-day. Senator Piatt de
livered tho oration. Speaker Harrison
presented the statue to tho State, and
Governor Waller responded. Twelve
thousand people were banqueted.
- To be Hanged for a Dollar.
Chicago, III., Juno 18. Judge Will
iamson this morning sontencod Isaac
Jacobson to be hanged on September 1G,
for the murder of Georgo Bodoll, which
occurred April 29. Jacobson pleaded
guilty. Bedell was a respectable citizen.
Tie was shot by Jacobson on the public
street In open day for an alleged debt of
Vermont Republicans. "
HBcrlinoton, Vt., June 18. The Re
publican State Convention met this
morning with a large attendance. Henry
C. Ido, tho chairman, addressed the con
vention. Reference to Blaine was re
ceived with great enthusiasm.
A Defective Flue.
Philadelphia, Pa., June 18.-Early
this morning fire broko out in the ship
ping room of tho malleable iron works,
Carr & Crowley, proprietors, and spread
to the other buildings, doing damage to
tho amount of 40,0u0; partially insured.
The llames originated from a defective
The State Shoot.
Jefferson City, Mo., Juno 18. Tho
Missouri clay-plgcon tournament began
here to-day. A number of sportsmen
from various parts of the State are pres
ent. The tournament will last three
days and some valuable prizes will be
Fire at Bloomington.
Bloomington, III., June 18. About
two o'clock this morning a fire was dis
covered In the new Bloomington Gas
Works, but the main buildings were
saved. While two firemen were entering
the building a barrel of naptha ex
ploded, Inflicting very serious injuries to
both men. Loss, $ 15,000.
Preparing to Pav.
New York, June 18. At a meeting of
Union Pacific Directors Sidney Dillon re
signed as president and Charles Frauds
Adams accepted the position. It was
voted that In lieu of the divideud payable
July 1 the sum of $718,814 be paid from
the moneys In the compuny's treasury to
meet the demand of the Secretary of tho
Treasury for payments under the Thur
uiuu act for the year ending December 31.
The Sole Survivor.
Qt'Aiux riNE.N. Y., June 1 8. The Span
ish bark Rafal Pomar, just arrived from
Havana, brings the first mate, Darzon
Steeves, the solo survivor of the British
bark G. P. Sherwood, which left Phila
delphia, June 12, for Halifax, and cap
sized in a heavy gale of wind on the 14th
lust. Captain Taylor aud his wife and
the bark's crew of ten men wero lost.
Catholic Young Men's National Union.
Baltimore, Mi., Juno K After pon
tifical high mass at St. Peter's Church
by Archbishop Gibbon, tin delegates to
the Catholic Young Men's National Union
Convention proceeded to Ford's Opcra-hou.-e.
The Convention was called to
order by Rev. James II. Mitchell, of
Brooklyn. A committee on credentials
was appointed ai.d reports were then
read from societies of several arch-Uio-ceses.
The repoits as a whole show
great Increase in membership and Influ
ence of the organization.
Grain and Provisions.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 18M.
Cotton Pu-H'ly; middling. M'.'&nsc.
Flock Steady: -VXJC 10 cuoifc, WMIUM;
WiiKAT-lliKlier; No. i lied, 11.031.07;
No. 3 Ked,Kk.i5o.
(John Steady: No. 2 mlxp-l, EAii'iCL
No. 2 whit mixed. 5!i'4'i
Oats Steady; No. -'. ;.'; a." ,o.
Hvk Firm: No. i. M'j.(Jo.
TOBAcvo-Firm: tux oininon to thoicn,
.5.7,ViJlU.OO: Jtiar; common red leaf, 8 uuijs
iU.OU: uiodium to pood 4il!i.'i(3l7.iij.
HAr-Frairi jH.Ow.4il.tJO for prime to
choico: clover mured. !I2 rur common to
prime: tluiotliv, tL'.CXKalS.uO lor nrniie to "vllt
JlL'TTKit Firmer: choice to taney creamery
l!.'0c: dairy, clioico to taney, irSi7c; low
Enos-Qulet. at I0",c for strictly fiesb.
PoTATOKv-New Arm ut K.SOjW.UU pit bar
rel lor choice and Kkf 1.0U per bu
I'OHK-Duli: standard mess, J10.50&1T.UO:
hard elde. JI8.:S.
Laud Nominal; prlmo steam, TSTSc.
ItAco.N Loiiks, 'to: shorts, Due; clear
aJ?lUL Tub-washed, choleo, H)c: fnir.
ZO'iai'-.c; clingy and low mv. Frnvaslied
Uioico medium. lil'-iu; pood average medium
l'.K'Sate; Relootfd liiflit flnn IT'lf I'Jo; (food av
eraffo, lMtlTc; heavy i;ai!ic: comblnir. u
bio i Hi, aX(f.'lc: eomliii(f, low (trades, LVulw.
HinKS-Ouiet; dry flint, lik&it)',c: dam
aged, WiW'ics nulls or stairs, lUe; dry
sailed, lUc: dry Halted, damned, loo: kin and
calf, salted. sc; damaged, 0ic; bulls and
l$S' 6?c: Ka'B" ""cured, 7rto; damaged,
biiF.Kc rei.TS-Stcadyi (freon, TOWc; dry
do, milQc., as to amount and iiuulity of wooi;
green shearlings, lf.c; dry do, lotflie; lutub
WliKViH:Kli'r; No. 2 Red,
mixed. Juno, ffii'c;
r1, ;u,!-,ri J-wer; steam. June, t(j.05;
July, 8.u7; August, t.:w.
LAiiu-Weaker; Juno, J7.80; July, ;.n0;
mgust, 8.U7H; September, S.17!4.
Shout Hum-Juno, H.a,-,; July, f8.27'4j
PHOHT K1M8 Juno, H.&; July
August, $8.37',; September, f8.42K.
Live Stock Markets.
Hops i- Receipts, M.noohend; stronger;
2- , !iK-htr; lKhu N-KfW-'W; rough Ducking
54S'70: Vy piick'"g ""'PPi'itf,
Cattlb Hoi eipts. 6,2tl0 head; dull; weaker;
exports, t.tt.(kV(i,d.Hii; good to choice, tl.U).ii,ii.40;
common to fair, ff.2(K3i).0J.
BiiKKC-Keeeipts, l.fiijo; steady; common to
rATTi.K-Markpt unchanged; common
dull and lower; good to choice slim,
ping $tl.254,it.Hu; medium, IS.WKaii 0:
butchers' grades of from UW) to 1,1(10 lbs
tri.4Wfcrt.2fi; fair to good native cows, f3.5ua
4.U0; stockors and feeders lower at k(JL
Shkkp and LAMns-Murkettlrm; medium to
good of from WO to 112 lbs., $4.73(jt.Vftll: or
dinary to choice lambs of from us to 80
lloos-Ordliinry to good Yorkers, :,Ci7:
5otMLl0 o'lo'te. !.20j.5.S5; butcher grades
CATTi.E-Iteeeipts, 81fl; market fnlr for good
finality; native gteors, 1,200 to 1.50U lbs.
average, fr.ttt.40; do W0 to 1,100 lbs. nvcrl
ago, S4.WKao.50; Mockers and feeders: i.2oa
4.UO; lair to good nutivo cows, .1.5iKiM.25.
i .Ho"r";itrCtlclp,,'!',Ji:'U0! weak and H o lower;
mLy!Jtt.f lb8 ttVOmif0' 'w
fcmcisr-ilocelpts, 035; qulotand unchanged.
Money and Stock Market.
Nkw York. Juno 17.-Money 2 percent:
Kxelmngo njitot; Governments dull; our
r.e,'.u,,y.1r'.,;inJi.l'li 4' polo!i8, VM bid; 4 Vs do
1I1S bid. Tho stock market p .nod llrnier
at yesterday s closing prices, but the room
traders almost Immediately began n raid on
the list, and by tho llrst call prices hud been
sold down ', to 1 per cent. Since that hour
Ihn market hiu been extremely dull and
CeuturolosB with only fractional changes.
UAT8-teady; No. 2 mixed, June, 37Vo:
u y, .1.4; August, .'lo',c. September, 3.V,e.
1'HOVISIONS I'orlt Hull- ,.,, ,..A ?., -r.
;u,oib!, oiv.e ,-e item oer. fift s.c.
WllUlf Ut,..)... T . . H.i... . . .
August, Mtc; September, lOe. '
L'oiiN Firmer; June, 6o',c; July, 57c:
Augtlst, 6THc; September, fiTSc; year, 49 c.
(UTS-Steady; June, a2c; July, Kc:
August, 2H(tc; year, S6Sc. '
1'OHK-Steady; June, I9.5; July. 19.(15:
SUMMER UNDERWEAR !
Examiue our large jtock of Light Wear Underwear from
the 15-cent L'auze Undershirt to the finest 85.00 Ualbriggan.
Our stock oi Summer Hosiery is complete comprising Lisle
rIhread, Balbriggan and Silk Half-Hose.
S-T-R-A-W H-A-T-S g
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
The "l'aluco" Clothior.
Commencing June Kith and' for this week miIv.
200 pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and ttc.
50 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. 171-2 and 2(c.
50 pes Checked Naiusooks," 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 20c.
25 pes Fancy Sateens. 25c; worth 35c
25 pes Tongue silks, fancy patterns, ;j7c; worth 50c.
'50 pes Summer SiJks, 50,55 and (10c; worth 75 and tiUc.
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at$2 00; worth 83.00.
100 Satin Parasols, lined and trimmed with lace, 82 50;
50 Elegant Brocade Satin Parasols, with lace, 81.00;
Handsome line of Plain and Hand-painted Fans at greatly
BARGAINS for EVEKYB0DY this week, at
J. BURG KR'S,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned Berlin and A.ggate "Ware,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Atjent for Adams & Weatlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas Stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Cliilleil Plows, Walking: Cultivators,
Corn Sbellers, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33,
TKLKPIIONE NO. UiO.
OFFICE: Room No. I,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
Liverpoc 1 and London and Glolie,
GermuniaKire Ins. Co.,
Sprtofffleld F. & M. Ins. Co,
Howard Ins. Co.,
Farmer's Fire I us. Co .
Niagara Ins. Co.,
Paints, - Oils, - -Tarnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CAIR0 ILL-
Telephone No 103
ICngravings and Wall Papers.
D1XGN SPRINGS SUMMER RESORT
OPEN JUNE I TO OCTOBER 1.
TERMS: 88.00 per week. Special Kates to
Eamilios on Application.
ANAL V SIS OF ONE GALLON OF WATER.
SPRING NO. 1.
Uarb of Iron 122.0
Chloride of Iron tract
Sulphate of Iron trace
Chlorido of Sodium... 01.0
Sulphate Alumina.... 4J.0
Sulphate Lime 60.0
Sulphate Magnesia.... 32.0
Sulphate of Iron 42.3
Carbonate of Iron .... 25.1
Sulphate of Alumina.. 00.7
Sulphateof Magnesia.. 11.
Chloride of Sodium.... 1)4.1
Chloridoof Calcium.. 18.4
CAI RO, 111.
31. & 0. B. R. Building,
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New York Underwriter's Ajjency,
German-American Ins Co ,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co, 1
Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.
CLAEK & LOVETT,
SPRING NO. 3.
Oxide of Aluminum... 04.5
;ulphhate of Magnesia 17.8
Carbonic Acid Gas.. . . 17.8
Sulph. llydro.Gas 10.5
J. E. LEMEN, Lessee,
Allen Spiings, Pope Co., Ills.