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THE DAILY CAIRO lilfLLETIN; SATURDAY lUOKNhNG, JUNE 21, 1884.
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BKCOfiD CLAHH IUTKS.
Nolle" In I''1' column inree lluea or leri :J5cctita
HMSTKD-An experienced young lady dValrea a
II altuation ai book keeper or oOlco clerk, h it
'tiictor; rtfereocei given. AddrM Box 674. St,
VOli RENT Mftotlise, South aide Fourth St.,
r near corner WMhtngioa Aenne. Applr.oon.
WJ4. fl. Gll.BKHT.
ttasted LuCAL AGENTS To soil and deliver
IT on commimon. a gooa cnance ur a capable,
.rtic aud trustworthy man
S. C. I'ALMEK, Bloomlngton, IU
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
AdJitional locals on third page.
Ladies' Kangaroo Shoes at Black's, lw
The Cheerful Workers of the Baptist
Church will K'Te a lawn social on the
i Lurch grounds next week, Thursday.
Sinn of the Jbig 35 Eighth Street, is
the place for bargains and don't forget it.
Chief of Police Rearden makes his
headquarters daring the day at the office
of Justice J. II. Robinson, on Eighth Street.
A good second-hand Safe for sale
cheap, at G. D. Williamson's, on Ohio
A postufEce was established at Unity
about a week ago, with Mr. Wru. Ireland
la charge. Hodges Park also retains its
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tf
Assessor Miles W. Parker is about to
conclude bis laborious work for this year,
lie expects to turn bis books over to the
CVunry Board about the 1st of July.
Call at Clark & Lovett's, Eighth Street,
and see those dirt cheap pictures. It
Sneak thieves a.so entered the resv
dence of Mr. Louis Koeh'er, Sr., up town
Thursday night and got a few dollars in J
money from the clothing of some of the
For Sale To desirable lots on 25th
S'reet, Conucgs Division. Apply toJno
Tie Democratic CVuaty Central Com
mittee is to meet one of the rt d,vs of
nit week, at the parlors of Cpr. T. W.
Shields f.r the purpose of organizing for
. , r , I
a err ima wricfuri. r.. fji!ip tr I
sell you a f ne frame and picture com
p'ete for 23 cent?. It
The Pulaski County Democratic dele
gation to Peoria, not instructed for Presi
dent, Vic-President and State Officers. They
fivor Hirrison and Seite-r tor Governor and
Lieutenant-Governor, and Clevelind for
President next after Tilden.
Ladies troubled with sore feet sLould
try a pair of Kangaroo Shoes. For sale at
Jim Orange and whisky, a combina
tion which has all the attributes of a brute
of the very lowest order, made themselves
Tiry cJ;n3ivcly conspicuous in the streets
yesterday, driving that lame mu'.e about in
a cart in a cruel manner nearly all the
Mouldings, picture framef, chrome?,
paintings, '.artist's materials, etc., cheap, at
v'E'ghth Street. It
The fLling on Tenth Street which wag
f.u.ted a day or two ago was not contract
work but was done by the city. The sever
a; contractors who Lave engaged to do
ce-rtiin filling, will not go to work till ukut
the 1st of July. The ground, they say, is
;tt to wet, so Unit teams, can not haul a full
1' ad tvery trip.
Kangaroo Shots have all the rlities
v. .vuv.u tti'j, iuiou; the ttna.Lcy to
peel and stretch. We have them on
hind. Black. i,
The Bulletin atknowleiges with
thanks, receiving a thrifty growing "sthr
of Beth'lehtm,,, a species of cactm from
Hot Springs, one of the handsomest of the
cactus family. It WM brou-ht especially
for The Bclletw by Mr. Joe Steagdla
and to him we make these acknowle.Vf.
Our Republican friends should begin
to stir themselves and gird their loins for
the coming campaign, and while doing eo,
should not forget that Clark & Lovett have
fino litographs of their standard bearers,
Blaine and Logan. it
Yesterday CaEhier James Phillia and
the other Wabash boys who have for sever
al months been luxuriating in the Mobile
aud Ohio building on Ohio Levee, stuck
their pens behind their ears tnd moved
their adjustable easy chairs back to the
Union Depot where they will hereufter be
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
Hue which we offer at a very cIobo figure.
Call and examine goods and prices beloro
purchasing. Wm. Ludwig & Co. 3teod
Health Officer Scbuttcr is getting
round the city at a lively rate and evi
dences of bit work are visible iu nearly
every square and every highway. There is
considerable work to be done in his line,
ami, like a good woman's work at home, it
is never done. Hut Mr. Scliutter is U"ing
through, the routine uf his duties tvciy
day, just Kg upidly no tlm Lord will lit
--Tho St. L., I. M. & S. . K. Co. Imvu
decided to run au excursion to Arkansns
and Texts on the 25tli of this month, at
which a low rate of one fmc for llu round
trip will bo nude to ull lurid points. This
is a yrand opportunity tor p irties desiring
to select cheap homos where tho choicest
farming and UTMing lands c m be hud rang'
lug m price from two to four dollars per
acre. For further information call on or
aJJress L. B. Church, Pass Agent
The Senatorial Republican Convention.
In session at Uarbondile yesterday, nomina
ted Mr. Hews, of Carbondale, as candidate
for representative in the Legislature, and
Hon. W. S. Iiogers, of Jackson County for
tne Senate against Geo. W.IIill, the Demo
cratic nomiueo. Mr. Rogers will be ie-
membered as tho gentleman who, in 1S32,
took a very prominent part in the Piohibi.
lion movement, which resulted in the nom
ination of Mr. Thomas Ligtn for the Legis-
Tho Carbondale Convention Thursday
was called to order by Mr. C. R. Wood-
ward, who had been selected by 'the Cen
tral Committee to act instead of Chairman
C. N. Hughes, who was absent. At the
instance of the committee, Mr. Woodward
named Magistrate Comings as Temporary
Chairman and be was elected. The commit
tee on permanent organization selected the
temporary Chairman as permanent Chair
man over Prof. Brownlee, and elected Mr.
Campbell, of the Sparta Pl&indealer. as
Secre'ary and F. M. Simpson, of Johnson
County, fts assistant Secretary. The com
mittee's report was uusniniou.-dy adopted by
the convention. Capt. Thomas and Hon.
Geo. W. Smith were the candidates tor the
nomination. The farmer was nominated
onjthe first ballot, receiving the united votes
of nine of tho ten counties in the district,
or 149 rotes; to the latter's 23 votes from
Jackson Couuty. The convention then
made Thomas' nomination unanimous. Mr,
- W. Hartwell, of Williamson County, was
nominated for member of the State Board
of Equal'ziition. Upon the Congressional
Central Committee Alexander County is
represented by Mr. C. R. Woodward.
We regret exceedingly having ruffled
the chronically placid temper of the Arus.
Ww.tn. .k..: . . - i
""""" (,'" "y caue lor
we know not, but we are certainly
1DnuCent of an itittn:bn to do
Tfttlipr Vinrnmna nn 1 rnrt? irrnUtriiM Ai.-
m a " - J '"t'tinm iciUJ ,
. , luw
rience of the fox in tho fable; for it distorts
Thk Bulletin's protest against its efforts
to "cut out'' the poor little Gazette in col
ored society, into a disparagement of its
stebility in a business way, and upon this
notion it proceeds to "blow its own baz-
zoo" most lustily. Judging the Argus in
this matter by the weil-established prin
ciple that a man is weakest where he mani
fests the greatest sensitiveness, the Argus' I
professions of strength last evening, at a
point where it was not attacked, seem
paradoxical, to put it very mildly.
But The Bulletin is not jealous
at all. It has had no reason to envv its
neighb r. It was one of the pioneers in
the newspaper field here, and it held its
own very nicely many yeais before the
Arus breathed its first breath;
and more than this, it not
only survived the advent of the Argus
(which fact may have been a subject of
much secret wonder to that little bunch of
egotiem ever since), but it has gained
steadily in strength. Jealous of the Argua?
No, indeed, honey! Tue Bulletin was
young itself once and it had
all the weaknesses and failings
of youth, too, then. But it has outgrown
thesi weaknesses and narrowness of mind.
It is wiser now. It recognizes the fact
that there is room for all and it has a great,
big heart that reaches out in sympathy for
its weaker brethren. While the Arcus was
in iu swaddlinc? clothe-a. The Bru.tTix
watched it with great tenderness, and
guided it carefully until it reached
youth's estate. But The Argus seems now
to have arrived at that period in a newspa
per's existence, when the spirit of conquest
enslaves the judgment, and when over
confidence in Belf leads to impetuous ac
tion which always brings either disappoint
ment to the actor or uud. B.Tved misery to
the victim. In this state the Argus
ueeus to ue restrained, in.jre particularly
since it has selected f.,i its victim the Gaz'
ette, a poor little waif that has barely
opened its eyes, that can't tell its papa from
manes v. Harwell, and that is making
strenuous but apparently aimless and futile
efforts to get upon its feet. Tii e Bulletin,
the champion of the weak, objects to
the Argus' attempt to undermine this little
cotemporary, and it calls upon the eveuiu"
paper to halt. We can not stand idly by
i see the Argus snatch the necessary
nourishment from tho little Gazette's very
lips. We plead with the Arus to snara
the little Gazette to the colored people.
The colored people can not support more
than one paper, and either the Argus must
suppress its aspiration in this direction, or
the little Gazette must die. Wo beg for
the little Gazette's life, that is all.
Madron, Wi-conhin. The Democrat of
tins place says: A young man getting mad
over his raging tooth, last night, rushed on
Tor a drugstore, adplied St. Jacobs Oil, and
in ten minutes the toothache was gone.
A CONVENTION OF PATRIOTS
To Meet lu Chlongo tit tvii Early
Day and Dovlao Mis
chief. Balloons Shotted With Dynamite-Now
Military Organization - Ammuni
tion Found Buried iu Oork.
Conilicting Rumors From EgyptIs B;r
ber Safe? El Mahdj's Bloody
London, June 20. The Paris corres.
poudent of the Times says: st,.nh..im
the ex-Fenlan head center, has forwarded
to an active member of the Brotherhood
ut Chicago the manuscript of a eir-
tuiar summoning an early meetiu"
at LMcago. Promlucut Irish-Auieri
CaUS Willing tO ioill tho nnvv .,.
favor a military organization on the lines
riopuseo. uyine late John O'Mahotiey.
Mepheus declares that the services of
erai eusiiugutsheU European others
have already been placed at his
disposal. He is san-uine that h..
can secure others. .No definite plan
of action will be proposed until the con
vention of Irish Patriots. Whlph Id nr...
posed to soon be held la laris. To this
convention the Chicago conference is in-
neu to elect delegates. Aft.-r th.
convention an address will ho is
sued to tho Irish at homo and abroad,
expounding the aims of the new
movement. Among the plaus of opera
tions mooted is a scheme to dispatch
Dulloons, mauned with tie
Euglaud to drop explosives upon the
cities and towns below. rntin
has been commissioned to examine the
plans and apparatus. Several Fenians
in Paris have volunteered for th.,ri,.i
London, June JO.-Lord Chief .insti....
Coleridge is confined to his house to
day by illness, but his nhv sii'innu
the opinion that his convalescence is only
a matter of a few days.
Cokk, June 20. Great excitement e.
Ists over the discovery by the police of a
considerable quantity of arms and am
muuition, which had been buried iu the
suburbs of this piacc. The police btatc-
that their Information came from an In
former, representim: himself- ns ii.iin
belonged to the Fenian Society in furl.-
and that until recently the society had
drilled nightly, but becoming alarmed by
Kuju-c ouiui), luey DUnect tDelr nrnn
ami ammunition till the time should ar
riv for open rebellion. Several lmport-
uui urresis are expected shortly. Some
persons assert that the police burled the
weapons themselves and concocted tho
story aoout the Informer to cause a good
Impression of tho zeal at headquarters.
Caiko, June 20. The Mahdi has again
written to the Mudir of Dongola summon
ing him to espouse his cause. If he ac
quiesces he will be made Governor of the
province and allowed to keep all taxe.
If he refuses a lieutenant of El Mahdl will
kill the Mudir and all belonging to biin.
The Mudir of Dongola has beenorderec
to ascertaiu the truth of therenorr.fi! full
Scakiw, June 20. Twenty-one pll-
prims have arrived. They left Berber on
-May 23. They say Berber at that time
was safe and hud a full suoplv of Dro- J
t ... . .
The Ileuter Company which rcevived
the dispatch from Suakiui announcing thj
arrest of the pilgrims from Khartoum,
says the pilgrims slated that they lei I
Khartoum sale and fully supplied with
provisions on May 23, and not Berber.
as first aunounced.
Vikn.va, JuneL'O. As a result of the
activity of the detectives three workmen
were discovered early this morning in the
act of leaving the Naval Arsenal at Pola
with a large quantity of dynamite con
cealed about their persons. The work
meu were promptly arrested, and have
since been identified as members of the
Socialists order at Tola. The police be
lieve these men supplied the Socialists
with much of the dynamite used iu th
manufacture of the numerous bombs re
cently found in and around Vienna.
Ferd Ward's Private Property.
Nkw York, June 20. The suit of
George D. Holt, assignee of Ferdinand
Ward against Julian T. Davles, receiver
of Grant & Ward, to recover certain
property from Davles for Ferdinand
Ward, was before the referee to-dav,
but was adjourned until next week.
Holt stated that wheu Davles took pos
session of the effects of Grant 4 Ward as
receiver he found In Ward's desk bonds
and mortgages, the individual property of
Ward to tho amount of $L'0,(oo, and
mining stock of the same amount. Davles
says that constructively these claims are
bonds belonging to Grant & Ward, and
that Ward always did business In the
name of Grant & Ward.
Explosion in a Colliery.
GntAitiiSViLLK, Pa., June 20. A terrl
lie explosion yesterday In the Girard
Colliery badly Injured Richard Cradich,
foreman and Peter Crady and William
Thompsons miners. The night men care
lessly left a charge of dynamite m a drill
hole and the day force not knowing it be
gan (trilling which caused the explosion.
None of the Injured men are likely to re
:over. Held to Answer.
Pi i rsiiiitoii, Pa., June 20. At au ad
journed hearing In the conspiracy case of
Cashier Helber and Thomas Watson of
the Pennsylvania Bank this morning, tho
testimony of several witnesses was
hi-ard, alter which Alderman Burke de
cided to hold each of the defendants for
trial at the September term of Court.
Bail In 830,000 for each was required and
American Prohibition Party.
CiiiCACio, III., June 20. The Ameri
can Prohibition party hold another bc
slbn this morning nod appointed a com
mittee, with ex-Senator I'omeroy a
chairman, to formulate a ptatforin, after
which an adjournment was taken till two
Nkw Vokk, Juue 30. General Logan
left hire for Washington this aitt rnoou.
Deposed From tho MiulHtry.
Titov, N. Y., Juno IU The Albany
Presbytery has deposed Uev. A. F. Ved
der from the ministry. Ho Is serving lm
prisoumeut for criminal malpractice.
Republican National Committee.
Bosrov, Mass., Juno 20. The liepub
Mean National Committee will meet at tho
Arlington Hotel, Washington, at noon
Ln iiK Hock, Auk., June 20. John
Dinglas, alias Watson, formerly of St
Louis, an old-time burglar, was convict
ed here to-day of housebreaking aud sen
tenced to the Penitentiary lor eight
Wants to Go to Congress.
l'oiosi, Mo., Juue 20. Judge Joseph
J. Williams, of Jeffersou, aunounces him
self to-day as a candidate for Congress
from this (Tenth) district. He will m:tko
a vigorous canvass for the Democratic
Ohio Miners in Convention.
CoLiMitus, (.)., June 20. The State
Miners' Convention, In session here, re
ceived information from Huehtel, Hocking
Valley, to-day, that the operators have
posted a reduetiou to sixtv cents for
mining, to take effect Juue 2X President
McBride states that the miuers will go
out on that date.
The Week's Failures.
Nkw YeutK, June 20. Tho failures for
seveu days, reported to 1. G. Dunn
Co., iu the United States, lb'2; Canada,
21. Casualties continue numerous on
the Paeiilc Coast and iu tho South. Tl e
decrease of 2:5 failure-., compared with
last week, is due to the falliugoff in
Weary Walkers The Score.
Baltimore, Mi., June 20. The follow
ing is the score In the female walking
match up to noon to-day: Howard, 2'.'t
miles 0 laps; Douglas, 27(5 miles Claps:
Tobias, ink miles 13 laps, KLbury, 230
miles; Andersou, 201 miles 2 laps; M is
ticott, ltt miles 13 laps; Woous, lt;
miles 5 laps; Marton, 127 miles; Mabel,
US miles 11 laps.
Im'KI'KNULmk, Mu. .June 20. A targe
package of letters addressed to persons
in Jeffersou City, was found on the Misl
souri Pacific track west of h- relast t.Lht.
The package had been opetn-d, and con
tained elralts for a large amount. The
letters are supposed to have been stolen
from the malls.
Grain and Provisions.
CS a ITiliJAV. JL'NIi 20. im.
ST. LOC IS.
Corros-Ptoaily; m'.l.iiiu. H'.-ijilSc
FuH K-Su-ady; XXA m choice, W.20iLM:
VtiikAT-l.owi-r; No. S Ked. tl.07',l.iU:
No. 3 Kfd, kViWtie.
Lokn - iliKhcr: No. 2 mixed. &.'W3 4e;
No. i wbitu mixed, tioytflp.
Oats Higher; ;.o. 2, X."iTlc.
Kvk Nominal: No. 2. WiUilc.
'JjiBACm-Kinii: lutrs common to choice,
't.Vi.'J,iiM: U;at; common nil leaf, is.oirj
lo.(m: nifiliuiu u piMid CJ.i'i04il7..VJ.
Hay Prairm H.WK.ll.iin ror iirimt- to
choice: clover mured. tnYi tut common in
prime: limotnv, tVi.M'.iln.w for iiriiue to -vilt
Ucttkii 1 inner: cholcu to lum y creamery
AUtL'lu: dairy, tnolco to lancy, liiiTc; low
E'.os Vuiet. at 10 4c for strictly rresh.
PoTATOBN-Nt-w rlrrn at tt.7Vm.lO per tmr-rt-i
lor choic ami 'jrk'wf i.10 i.r nu.
PoitK Dull: stundarj meM, tiU)?iUi.:,);
Laud Nominal; prime steam. Witlu.
ilAco.v l.ons, itu; bhorts, h'-ftic; clour
Wool Tub-washed, choioe, Him-: fujr
lea'J'ic; ilimry ait-l low v;ixn. Uim .'ih'- l
Choice me'lium, Zl ,c; tool average m.- bum
lrf..iK- fleeted liifht fini- Ki-ai-x-; k1 av
eian. 1",I7;: heavy l,I.So; eonlmiir 'i
mo l, ;it;ic: eniiiliini.', low irra k-s 15 tixc
HniKS '.uift: ur- Hint. KKillB'ie: o im-ure-l.
l:i'(,ii'-tc: ruins or mays, 10c; ory
salt--it, 1';: dryHHlte l. ilannwed, IJc; an I
cinr, saitel. 'c; naimnred, dc: buils and
BlaifS, .I'je; green, uneurod, 7'e; diimiv'.-il
Sukkp I'ELT Steady; jn-uen. '.l-tSik:; dry
do, WrtTOf., as to amount ani quality or wo-ii;
Kifeii sheaiiintfs, Kc; dry do, lUllc; lam')
Whkat Lower; No. S Ited, Juno c
July, Wu; Autfiist, ?I.O; September.
tl.lK'i; October. 1.1)4; November, tl.O.'i'i.
(John Lower; June. i-"tc; .Inly, f ve; Aujf
ust,ll ue; M.'ptember, t4se; October, life-.
oats Lower; June, -ie; July, :e; Au
UJt, :W,c; September, IHe.
1'iiovisni.vs Poik-liull: spot mess, $l-r,
f'lT.ir), I.ard Lower; i-team, July, tT.Tedj
( Hlf.A K).
Wh at llfirher; June, H.V1 : Ju'y,
Aiiiru t, s,',e: .September, KV;.
t'OltS-Stlwly: .luric, Julv
Aiiunr, i'.U; n-pie inner, m.1
Ii.ei.i- Weaker; .'u.ie, 31 'e,
Auifii.Jt, :(; J ear, ;e.
Jmy. "I -i
1-iiiiK- Wi nker; .In ie, tl'.i.'Si; July,
1, Alio Weaker: June. f7.:!r,; July
Aiiii-t, 7.754: ten, b.r, t'.m,
hnour !:i nsi--.l inn-, S7.17'-l; July,
Anxu.-t, tT.'iO; Hi plember, 17.77!,.
Live Stock Markets.
!Kk;s Itecebim, l!lX) h'-nd; i(uiet ami Rw;
l.V-'Iflif lower; li'lit, l.7iK..r. ill; rnuifli pick
ing, f bsni-i'i. At; heavy p;u.kln ami hhippitof,
C'A iTt.K-ltei olpts, 4,Nm hea-l; sti a ly: ex
poi in, 'l.'iO'.7.ii; Kood lo choice, t'i.lo'ii.'i.tiei;
common to lair. 1iiMfnv.il.
Keee.pts. L'.Ujij head; steady; com-
moil to pood, j::..'iOi4:t.!.i.
Cattlk Market uncliiinm-i; common
dull ui I lower; kooiI to choiee nhip
pinK fil.iV'ii.Hn; medium, f .VWtfiJI.Iu;
bu'elieis' Kradi-M of 1'roiu tl to l,HM lbs.,
$.j.H').i'i: fair to pood imilvo cow, Ill.iVi-
I. no; stoekers and feeilers lower at
Hiikki- A no Lamih Marke' llrm; medium to
(fool of from W to 112 lb., o-' V); or
illuiiry to choice lambs of from K5 to 'M
pun mis, (r,'(S.7A.
Huiift Ordinary to foo-l Vorkern,
troo-l to O.'ioico, .").2U lio.lt'i; tmicher Kra!es
Cattle Hecclpn, 2, t f i ; nicady; nailve
sti-erd, l.'-tn to 1,5m Km. nverue, .'i.!io',t
.:e'i; do WW to 1,10) lbs. aversiro, S4.VKriS.SU;
Mockers and f- e-lers: t.i!.V(j.i.i); fair to good
mitlve cowh, tX.ttt,V&.
Ilcwis IteeeipH, n,(pn0; Mendy; lots of 210
t :tt.i lbs. uveraw, tl.H).f..j; mainly, f4.sft
MiKBi- Itt-eelpts, ncs; quiet and ui clianjri d.
Money and Stock Market.
Xrw York. Juno 20. Monpy2per ennt : V.x-chaiiK'-diill
and lower ut 44 'iwns; liovern-ni.'iii-ilnll;
currency , nr. hid; 4s, coupons
1 II M: 4'ss. do III bid. Thn gtH!k market
i p -tied wi nk and fnvrriidi, and no contlniiel
up to mid day, whan there wa h fia-tioual
ruby. TiiroiiK-hoiit Ihn mm ulmr tl e hi ars fro
. ! 1 1 . 1 1 i I y rn d-.-d Vui;ilerlilli We urn I nlon
mid i t'lerlc.'ulinxH'Ocks. .--It-ri ly U fert) noon
t di ollne nitiii-il from io:j cont.
from thin there nn a lia iloaal itvowiry
iiiuli'r buying lo ei.ie , bin nl the tiiul of
wrili' K the u b'llc li; t 1 . nk iijiain.
ii ! )
yjv ituri Til
Examine our tee stock of Li-lit Wear Underwear froui
o 15-cent raiuzo Umlersliirt to the iinest 85.00 JJalbrian.
t L a i iin fe.ummcr Ncry complete com prisinir Lisle
Thread, lialbrian ami Silk Hal f-llosp.
iu abiiiidance. Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and AVaists
The "I 'aluco" Olothiui-.
J I) IjY1
Commencing June Kith
-no pes Calico, ije.:w(rth 7
am,1 ii i i
)0 pcsuinichams, 10c ; worth 12 ami l.V.
r() pes Victoria Lawns, lo, 12 1-2, i:,, 17 i-: and 2k
U cs India Linens, 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
50 pes Checked Nainsooks. 10, 12 1-2, i:, 17 and 20c.
2.) pes Fancy Miiecns, :..; worth &.
25 lies J'omrue ,wilks. i'ancv Datterns. ;7c wuHh ;,fir
50 pes Summer Silks, 50,55
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at $2
11:0 Satin Parasols, lined
;j0 hlejrant Urocade Satin Parasols, with lace, $1.00:
Ilandsnme line of Plain and liand-painted Fans at reatlv
BARGAINS for EVEItYIMlDY this week, at
,1. ULJ.KC5 KITS,
Biid Cages, Hath Tubs, Water
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ANAL Y SIS OF ONE
SPRING NO. 1.
C'arbof Iron 122.0
Chloride of Iron trace Sulphate of
Sulphate of Iroo trace
Chlorido of Sodium. . .
Sulphate Alumina. . . .
Sulphate Magnesia... .
Sii sfeiiisiB mm
01. C Sulphate of Alumina.. 00.7
CO.G Chloride of Sodium..
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GALLON OF WATER.
- NO. 2.1
29 2 I
Iron 42 11 ..Silicates 12 3
Iron , . . . 25.1
Oxide of Iron 12.1
Oxide of Aluminum... 01.5
Sulphhate of Magnesia 17.8
11. Carbonic Acid Oas.... 17.8
y 1.1 Sulph. Hydro. Oas.... 10.5
Calcium.. 18.4 'Alkalies 05.4
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Allen Spiings, Tope Co., Ills.
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