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THE DAILY OAlKO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MbitNlNO, JUNU 20, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Ad Jitional locals on third page.
Miss LTattie Bailey, of Metropolis,
ps&ieJ through the city yesterd ay, on her
wuy to Jackson, Miss., on a visit.
Ladies' Kan ssroo Shoes at Black's, lw
SafforJ Lodge of Odd Fellows is grow
ing gradually stronger. They will soon
have an outfit of their own and a new ball
to meet in.
The Wabash pay car did arrive Wed
nesday and paid off the boys for Apiil.
Another car is expected to come along this
way about next week, for the purpose of
paying off for May.
Fon Sale Two desirable lots on 25th
Street, Comings Division. Apply to Jno
Harriett Burnett, one ot coal-black
denizens of Pinch, was yesterday placed
under a bond of f 100 by Justice Robinson,
to answer the charge of robbing a young
would-be sport named May of $15.
As yet there is no sign of & society of
Mulligan Guards anywhere in Southern
Illinois. It is high time, gentlemeD, to or
ganize, in order that you may get yeur
les limbered up for the general route of
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tf
Our s&ngine Republican friends those
who are so sure that Blaine will reign
may draw much consolation from the fact
that Friday, the day upon which their
champion was nominated, is also "the un
lucky day" hang-man'a day.
At the meeting of Alexander Lodge of
Odd Fellows last night another new mem
ber was received. During the last three or
four weeks the Lodge has increased its
membership by from one to three at every
Ladies troubled with sore feet should
try a pair of Kangaroo Shoes. For sale at
Capt. John W. Kin;; hvl a close call,
but is now able to attend to his duties at
his office. He was attacked last Situnhy
with conjestion of the bowels, and during
Sunday bis physician was Dot sure he
would be able to pull through, but he
Wasn't the Argus' weather prophet
just a little too anterior in his prediction of
the advent of "settled Bummer weather?"
List evening's little war in the clouds
seemed to indicate so. But summer doesn't
begin till the 20th, anyway, and that's to
day. The Argus man must try again.
Kangaroo Shoes have all the qualities
of French Kid, without the tendency to
peel and Btretch. We have them on
hand. Black. lw
The residence of Mrs. J. II. Metcalf,
corner Fourth and Washington, was bur
glarized Wednesday night, and some jew
elry belonging to the young ladies of the
house, consisting of bracelets and breast
pins, valued In all at about $30 was taken
The pantry was also despoiled of some of
its choicest contents.
Among the children who acquited
themselves so creditably at the closing cx
crcises at the Loretto Academy yesterday
little Misses Annie L. and Eugenia King
and Maggie Mulkey deserve enpecial not
ice. The instrumental duet of AnDie and
Maggie was well rendered considering the
youth of the musicians and elicited around
Dr. Parker was called to Mound City
ycBterday to amputate the leg of Marshal
Ross of that place, which was broken in
fall from a car on Decoration Day, in
ecuffle with a Johnson County man who
had made lawless demonstrations an
1 Al ..!. 1tl . 1 .
vtuomi uc juarsnai nau ariestea, it was
statod that the officer was in danger of
dying unless the broken limb was imnicd
ately removed. The leg was broken just
above the ankle.
-Tha St. L., I. M. & S. R. R. Co. have
decidod to run an excursion to Arkansas
and Texas on the 23th of this month, at
which a low rate of one fare for tho round
trip will be made to all land points. This
is a grand opportunity for parties desiring
to select cheap homes where the choicest
farming and grazing lands can be had rang
ing in price from two to four dollars per
acre. For further information call on or
address L. B. Church, Pass Agent.
In view of the fact that Tilden has
withdrawn tho delegations to State Conven
tion! and other conventions, that have been
instructed for him, are in the same position
with reference to the presidential nominee
8 though they had not been instructed at
11.' But tbfl knowledge that the New
York delegation to Chicago will be a unit
for Cleveland, will have a great influence
Upon the S(ato Conventions hereafter to be
held in that it will induce many of them to
follow suit. Tho Alexander Couuty Dele
gation to the Peoria Convention is coin
posed ot Judge Wui. II. Green, Judge F
Bross, Capt. W. M. Williams, Hun. A. II.
Irvio, Capt.T. W. Shields, Dr. A. P. Greer,
Mr. Richard Fitzgerald. The large ma
jority of these, if not all, are for Cleveland,
now that Tilden is out of tho question.
Dau Rice the samo old Dm who was
tho subject of cmiidarablo interest here a
few years ago is still on the go. The
other day at Chattanooga, Tenn., he weat
on a howling, tearing drunk, same's he used
to do here, and broko his engagement to
lecture on Temperance before tho Toun
Men s Canstiau Association there. But if
anyono were to gently rebuke Dan for this
he would probably admit that he was boozy
but would plead as an excuse that he need
ed a little fresh experieuce.
esterday was the first big day in
Lorretto Academy. Commencement exer
cises were hell in the juvenile department
lhere was a lame attendance of visitors
who were, as a rule, very agreeably sur
prised at the manner in which the little
folks acquitted themselves. The gradual
ing class exercises will occur next Thurs
day, on which occasion the . Sisters will
have a platform erected out doors, and tho
audience will be provided with seats on the
beautiful grounds surrounding the Acad
- The B. A 0. Red Book for the Demo
cratic National Convention is out, and a
capital compendium of political information
it is. About everything one can seek for
in becoming thoroughly posted as regaids
the presidential past is embraced within
tlie sixty odd pages, while in point of
typography the little book is a gem of
clean, clear-cut work. The Red Books have
become iudispensable in campaigns, and in
their ditlerent forms and editions are the
most popular political text books of the
day. No charge is made for them by the
B. & 0., and the only requisite is the in
closing of a two-cent stamp to C. K. Lord,
Baltimore, with the application for a copy.
"Landmarks and Ceremonies of Courts
f Heroines, of Jericho, by Moses Dickson,
P. G. M.", of this city, is a little volume
that has recently been issued from Tiir
Bi'LXETijf job office. It is a book of niuety
pages, printed on heavy paper and in plain
type, and bound neatly in cloth. Its con
tents consist of a history ot the Order, be
ginning as far back as 1220; a History of
tbe Degrees; the Installing Ceremony;
Dedicating Ceremony, and Burial Ceremo
ny, all carefully compiled and written in a
succinct yet smooth stylo. Rev. Dickson
is the author of several other books, all of
which have been favorably commented
upon and widely circulated among the 0 r
ders to which they belong. He has been
in order and literary work for the past
thirty years; is tho founder and author ef
the ritual ot the "Order of Twelve," and is
looked upon as the father and leader of the
other Orders to which he belongs. In his
works he has a guarantee that he will con
time to live on in the world, even after he
About ten days ago tbe committee
having the St. Louie & Cairo Railroad era
broglio in charge met at the office of Col.
Taylor, for the purpose of holding a con
ference with Capt. Williams who had been
authorized to make a proposition to the
city for the company. The proposition
was tht the city dissolve the injunction
against the company and permit the com
pany to run its track into the city on its
right-of-way inside the New Levee, in con
sideration of $7,000 cash, to be paid by
the company to the city. The committee
refused to accept this proposition and, in
turn, submitted the following: that the in
junction be dissolved and the company per
mitted to run its track along its right of
way and over Washington Avenue above
Cross Strict, but, leaving its right of way
before reaching New Levee Street, run
along tho outside of said street and strike
old Mississippi Levee at its iunr.tinn
with New Levee Street. The com nan v waa
left at liberty to agree with Col. Taylor
upon any route between New Levee Street
and the river bank -just so it remained out
Bide of New Levee Street. This proposi
tion was submitted by C ipt. Williams to
Col. Hamilton, aud he has given the Capt.
positive assurance that it is accepted by
the company. It will be submitted to the
Council by the committee at its next regu
lar meeting, anil that body will also very
probably ratify the action of the commit
tee. Thus a very vexing question is at last
about to be permanently settled, much to
the relief of this community and all con
cerned. Tho several committees which
havo had the matter in hand at various
times for the city, deserve to be remember
ed gratefully for the wisdom displayed by
them in treating with the company's repre
sentatives. It was by their firmness aud
that of the city aud the Mayor, in adhering
to what they believed to be the interests of
tho city at large their resistance to tho
pleadings, threats and denunciations of
men who were actuated purely by selfish
motives that the matter Is now about to
be settled in a manner that will be equita
ble to both parties, and that will recognize
the city's rights and the people's greatest
good. We are given to understand that,
as soon as the matter shall have been en
tirely Bettled, the company will go to work
building a structure fit ty-five feet above low
wator mark, for the reception of the track
above tho citynd will also put down an in
cline at the Point for the transfer of its
cars aud the interchange of traffic with tho
SHEDDING INNOCENT BLOOD
Gladstone's Egyptian Policy Con
eured by Lord Randolph.
The English Ministry the Direct Cause o:
Misery and Bloodshed Among
An Innocent People.
ine MU118ters Imhprilitv Without i
Parallel in Ancient or Mod
London, June 19. At an Important
demonstration last evenlug at Aylesbury
Lord Uandolph Churchill said: "The
Government's Egyptian policy Is through
out a tale of shame. The Ennlish Min
ister is tho direct cause of the
misery and bloodshed umong tho Innocent
people whom It is our mission to pro
tect, Mr. Gladstone should have fostered
Arab! Pasha's patriotic movement In
stead of destroying Alexandria and kill
ing 10,000 Egyptians. After the
battle of Tel El Keblr, Lnglauu's
power was greater as her respon
sibilities were creater. hnt. nittttiMi..
only thought of how to abandon Kgypt.
Ills waverlug poliey Is answerable for all
the disaster and bloodshed from the do-
ieai oj uicks rasna to the fall of Berber."
Churchill said the dav of mi-v
rapidly approaching, yet Gladstone'se
lects such a moment to nmrwi.n thr
restoration of French control vn,
glish evacuation and the advancing
ot eight millions Bounds nt itr-.tuh
tax-payers' inouev. Sm-h nrnit
are ruinous to British iutpmeta tin..,..
honor and renown. The minister's im
becility is Without Darallnl in onUnt r,t
modern times." Churchill WHS nil mlin.
catc of annexation w hich meant increased
armament and taxation. The mainten
ance of the British Empire deptuds upoii
a just and righteous nolicv nml nrtt nnnr.
Los bos, June 19. A brilliant soclctj
event to-day was the marriago in the
Church of Holy Zin at Chelsea, of Mr.
Thomas Hays Ritchie, of Belfast, to Mlsi
Faunlo Florence Ronalds, daughter oi
Mr. Peter Lorlllard Ronalds, of New
York. Two young daughters of the Duki
of Colonna, aed three and tlvn vr.
respectively, attended the bride. Man
ncu presents were received, prominent
among the donors being the Prince ami
Princess of Wales, the Duchess of Al
bany and several from the nobility ol
France and Italy.
London, June 19. The Bank of Ens-
land rate to-day was lowered to two pel
Dublin, June 19. Wm O'Brien, M. P.
and editor of United Ireland, who was
yesterday fined 500 for contempt of court
In publishing an article bearing upon a
case In which O'Brien Is defendant peud
ing iriai, declines to pay the fine.
Caiiso. June 19. The flm-p
bcr had 80,000 of the Government's
money In his possession. It la rumored
that he was neither wounded nor taken
prisoner. The rebels have captured the
town of Ghk). near the Abvssinlan fron.
tier, and made 3 prisoners They also
secured 700 camels and a number ol
MILLKIl'S CAKUIAGE FACTO It V
Closed by an EaBtern Creditor The
Owner Suya it is Unjust.
Alton, III., June 19. The carriage
factory of Dauiel Miller was closed
this morning under an attachment foi
91,500. Miller claims that the factorj
was seized without just cause, and that
in a few days he will be running nnrain
Ills assets are between 10,000 and 850,
000, while he does not owe a fourth ol
that amount. The attaching creditor Is
a Philadelphia house, and It is said that
us acuon was ouu to a laise report ol
Mr. Miller's financial standing. Miller's
is one of the lareest carriage factnrioa in
An Unpopular Editor.
Bkardstown, III., Juueiy. For some
time past Harry Reavis, nephew of the
"Capital Mover" of that name In St.
Louis, has been the juaior partner of the
Enterprine, a newspaper that arraigued
many of the best citizens. Last Sunday
Reavis was pounced uponatthe wharf by
one of the roughs whom he had veutl
lated in an illustrated article The
rough chased the editor up
town Into the Park House entrance. As
the fellow followed him in Reavis
jumped out and knocked him down
kicking him about the face aud head for
which he was roundly denounced by
many citizens. The next appearance of
tho young editor was with a loaded cane,
but tho excitement grew so rapidly that
to-day Reavis turned IU paper over to G
N. Hoff and left for the far west.
Master Plumbers and Their Men.
Kkw Yokk, June 19. The action ol
the Master Plumbers In deciding to dis
charge any journeyman plumber who
Is a Union man causes much coin,
rnent In tho building trades to
day. The Journeymen Plumbers1
Association will meet to-night aud their
ollieers say will agree to light the bosses
If It takes alt Summer. A strike would
affect two thousand men, and Incidentally
ten thousand tradesmen engaged In build
lug houses. Tho master plumbers arc
firm. The trouble originated by tho re
fusal of one llrm to relnstuto a number of
The Danger of Light Drinks.
Beli.evu.lk, III.. Juno 13. Adolph
Wolf, barkeeper at the Natloual Hotel,
lost an eye yesterday by the sudden
bursting of a soda bottle. A portion of
tho glass struck square on the bail, cat
ting It nearly in two. Dr. Rubacb, who
was called, thinks that the sight can not
Tramps in Clover.
Siielbyviixb, III,, June 19. Three
more dwelling were raided here by bur
glars lost night. Tho thieves secured
Arthur Lanney's gold wutch and a round
sum of cash from the other two houses.
No Iuu,rnee. '
Paiiker.sbviio, W. Va., June 19. Fir
last night destroyed the Andes flour and
wouleu mill at Belleville, Wood County
.loss, 90,000 j no insurance.
A 980,000 Fire.
JJkadfoki, Pa., Juno 19. Fire this
morning destroyed the Burt House,
Flyun's clothing store aud a confection
ery on Main street, with most of their
contents. Total loss, J .'0,000.
C. Y. M. National Convention.
Baltimoiie, Md., Juno 19. Tho Con
veutlon of the Catholic Young Men's
National Union reassembled at ton o'clock
this morniug, President Mitchell lu tho
cnair. Aiiarcsses were made by Arch
bishop Gibbons and Mr. J. Fitzgerald ot
the Catholic. A litter whs n-mi
regretting his inability to atteud from
u. nobs oi oiivanuati.
Dead-Lock at SteubenvlUe District.
OlEl'BKNVlLLK, O., JuilO 19.-Th3
Eighteenth Congressional Convention ad
journed at 11 :30 until 1:30. -Tho tlfty
Bixth ballot was Ineffectual and there Is
not much apparent chauee of brcakln
the dead-lock this afternoon.
Washington, 1). C, June 19. Colonel
Bliss resumed his testimony before the
Springer committee this morniug. lie
denied having ever publicly attacked
Walsh. He believed that Urudv's finan
cial transactions with Walsh were for
current purposes. He thought Price w is
the greatest rascal of the lot aud that he
was connected with all sorts of rascality
lu the Post-otllce Department.
THE FE.MALK PJiDs.
Howard Increasing Her Lead-Douglass
lanes Second Place.
Baltimoiik, Mo., Juue 19. At 1:30 p.
ra. the score stood: Howard. 247 and
4 laps; Tobias, 221 and lOlaps; Douglass,
!0: Kilbery. 201: Audcrson.201 : Masai
cott, lClj Wood, 135; Mabel, 101; Mor
Illinois State S. S. Conference.
Alton, III., June 19. The Illinois S
S. Conference of the M. E. Church met
here yesterday with a large number of
delegates in attendance. Several emi
nent ministers are present, Including
Bishop Waldeu, of Cincinnati ; Dr. Earl
Crausten. of Denver and Dr. II. m.
Stowe, (A Chicago. Hou. M. 1. Locke,
of Jerseyville Is President of the Confi-r.
euce and Hon. S. L. Dwlght, of Centra
Last evening Bishop Waldeu preached
a powerful sermon. To-day the time of
the Conference has been occupied with
reports from the various Sunday-school
districts, and a general discussion of the
best means of buildiug up the Sunday
school iu this State. The Conference
will close to-night.
drain and Provision.
TIILKDAV, JUNE 19, 1881.
Corros StoRflyf miildlinif. lUiUUSc
Flouk Steady: XXX to clioive, K:AaAM;
WmcAT-Hijrher; No. 2 lied, ll.'KSai.Oa:
No. 3 Itert, dv.tjc-.
Corn - Hivhcr: No. 2 mixed. SSrfCSc;
No. S white mixed. Docile.
Oats llijfhi-r; No. 2. itWt&'to.
Kvk Finn: No. 2, COilo.
1 'obawo Firm: hxha common to ehoico,
fi.T.VslU.0): leaf: common red leaf, Jl.tjt'i
lu.'l: uk." I in m to k'mhI t l-.-Viil7..Vi.
Hav Pruirift 9.i)"ill.iJ fur prime to
choice: clover mixed. htl2 for common to
prime: timotliv, $l2.U'i18.utj ortinuuo to "irllt
Uuttkk Firmer: cDolceto raney rrearnery
l'.iyjlc: dairy, choice to tfiucy, ifrilTu; lo
Ki(,s (Juii't. at lO'Jcforstrlrtly fresh.
ForATOKv-New firm at 2.7.VCI.OO per bar
rel for thoif.- and Kh(I.1U per tut.
Pome IjiiII: standard mes-i, tl.2.Vil.7.1;
bard side, f Ml.ij.
I.aru Nominal: prltno stoum, T.'i'S'e.
Uacon lxmg. H''i snorts, U'ic; clear
Worn. Tub-wa-licl. clioico, a.: fair.
2'(t2Ue; dltnry turn low un-M. Unwashed
Choice medium, 21'ic: irood avorairo medium
WCjrtUc: selected liiflit lino 171'Jl-; good av
erage, lHITc; heavy Jjiijiiic; eoinlimif. U
dio kI, a(t-lc: comtiinir, low irrades. ijltc.
HlOKS-Ouiet; dry Hint, ltltl'.f!; darn
nred, l.rMc: Pulls or ctas, 10c; dry
aalted, 12c: dry salte.l, damaged, loc: kip ami
cair, salted. sv,c; damaged, Ufcc; bulls and
stairs, green, uncured, 7c; damaged,
SitKEP Pki.ts Steady; green, TOsric; dry
do, 4O.70o., as to amount and quality or wool;
green BhearliiijfS, L'jc; dry do, lu'ttl.ic; lamb
Wiikat-No. 2 Red, June, wn,c; Jti'y.
UW'4: August, l.(r.'.,! September, Jl.itlli;
October, J.iM; December, fl.mi.
t'oHN Lower; Juue.W .c; July,(iT,e; Aug
ust, tVi'-ie; September, tfic.
Oats - Lower; dune. IITe; July, 37c; Aug
ust, Ilic; September. :H'Jc.
I'novisio.NS-l'ork- Dull; upot mess, 10.75
tl7.i, f.ard I-ower; Hteam, June, m.u5;
July, fx.ir,; August, $h.:w.
( irxjA jo.
WiiKAT-I.owcr: June, Kic; July,
N'ic: Awru!t. Mr He; SfutiMtiiM.tr, two.
Corn Steady: June, 5.''4c; July, Wo;
August, fi'.c: September, ,V.c; year, ft'v;.
2J-;c; AugUHt, SJh4i2Htc:
wa-1.1 neimer; June, .ic: ju v. Si'tftA
'e; year, 2Uc.
uno, l'J..Vi; July, f
route weaker; J
Laud Weaker: June. !7.fi7W: Julv. f7.77t
Shout Hum June, HOS: July, JH.10;
Augu-t, fVJU; September, (H.:).
Live Stock Markets.
-llceelpt, l.'iKK) head; oponed fbmer;
eased nir later; light. tUn'AM; rough pick
ing, f 'i.lO'Kj.Xj; heavy packing and hhippiug,
t'ATTi.r.-ltei eipts, t;.m head; brlhk and firm;
export, fi)..Vi4ti.Hti: good to clioico, lH.l.Vtiil.iiO;
common to fair, ?ri.2.U'I.O I.
SilKM' Keceipt, nun; ideady; common to
Catti.k Market unchanged: common
dull an 1 lower; good to choice ship
ping f.2:V'Ml.liO; medium, tMi'Cii.U;
butchers' grades of from lW to 1,1111 Its.,
V t'Oi.:'.'i; fab- to good native cows, f;i..r4
4,no; ntocko.it ami feedent lower at J-Vot.
Kiikkp ami I.amii.h Market llrm; medium to
goo I of from IHJ to 112 lbs., fl.7.V(tY.'iU; or
dinary to choice liuiitm ol from C5 to U0
HoiiH Ordinary to good Yorker. V.Glfr,
good to oholco, f.2i .:(.-,; butcher gt-udus
CATTi.K-Hecelpts, 1,5(10; market weak and
g'.ow; native steer, 1,2(0 to 1,50U lt)B.
average, 5.ima.:ir; do UiU tf) 1,101) I lm. aver
age, HMHVtM; Htoi-kerH and feeder; M.axa
6.''; lair to good nut ivo town, $d.ft(K(l.2ri.
lloos-ltecelpts, UMlooj tinner and fio higher,
clotting wi nker; IoIk of 20H to M lbs. over
age, .7.rK."Wi.2lJ mhltily, 4.Wi44.'i,iiO,
bilHKl' Uuccipt, 111.1",; ipilul.
Money and Stock Market.
Ksw Vohk. Juno I. Money 2 perennt. : Ex
change firm J-ut iiul.il; tlovenimcntHdull; cut
J?,"y .?'. UaJt,l; "'"I'ons, I2U bid ; 4.' do
Ul bid. The stock market p med llrm,
but under a raid tmon the Van.lerbilt Blocks
pr U) . ideollnod h eudlly The prlncipul rtimo,
in that Vunderbilt h an been a heavy Heller of
lake Shore alncu rcturninr to New Voi-lr
Tim decline reached to an, n,,i ptwunt
Di l. es ure current now tonu o clooki. Market
Kxuiuiueonr larcw stock t)f Lilit Wear Underwear from
the 15-cent Lauzo Undersliirt to the finest $5.00 Halbriggaii.
Hir stock ol Summer Hosiery is complete comprising Lisle
rlhread, Itolbriggan and Silk Half-Hose.
S-T-R-A-W H-A-T-S S
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 "Iiilaoo" Clothier.
Commencing June Kith
-00 pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 ami He.
w pes liingiiams. 10c ; worth 12 and loc.
50 IK'S Victoria Lawns. 10, l 1-2, V,f 17 1-2 and 20c.
0 pes India Linens, 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 20c'
50 pes Checked Nainsooks, 1, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 2c
25 pes Fancy Sateens, 25c; worth 35c.
25 pes Ponirue ilks. fancy patterns, llli: worth r.Of
50 pes Summer Silks, 50,55 and C0c; worth 75 and H0c
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at $2.00; worth $:.00.
l'JU fcatin J'arasois, lined and trimmed with lace, S.r0
50 Elegant lirocade Satin Parasols, with lace, $100
worth SO.OO. ' '
Handsome line of Plain and
BAHGAIXS for EVEKYB0DY this week, at
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned 1 ?orlin
Hinl Cages, Path Tubs, Water
Agent for Adams & We.-tlake Oil. r.asoline and Gsw stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plow, Wulkinjr Cultivators,
Com Shellers, Planters, Etc., Etc.
jtos. 27 & 33,
TELKPHO.VE NO. UiO.
OFFICE: Room No.
7'3 OHIO LICVICE,
COMPANIES I i
Llvenioid and London and Olube,
Gerniaitia Fire lus. Co.,
Sprinfffield F. & M. Ins. Co,
Howard Ins. Co.,
Farmer's t ire Ins. Co ,
Niagara Ins. Co.,
Paints, - Oils,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CAIB0 1LL
7 Telephone No 103
OPEN JUNE I
TERMS: 88.QO per
I amilies on
ANAL Y SIS OF ONE
Sulphate, ef Iron 42.IJ
Carbonate of Iron.... 25.1
Sulphate of Alumina.,. 00.7
Chlorido of Sodium.... W.l
Chloride of Culcium.. 13.4
Curb of Iron 122.0
Clilorldo of Iron trace
Sulphate of Iron truce
Chlorido of Sodium... 01.0
Sulphate Alumina.,.. 49.0
Sulphate Lhuo . . . . . . GO.O
Sulphatu Magnesia... . 32.0
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Oxide of Iron 12.1
Oxido of Aluminum... 01 5
Sulphhate of Magnesia 17.8
Carbonic Acid Gas.. . . 17.8
Sulph. Hydro. Gas.... 10.5
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