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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MOliiNlAC, JUNE 22, IS34.
Great Summer Clearing Sale at
Popular Reliable Cash
DEY GOODS HOUSE.
MONDAY, JUNE 23d, we inaufferatc our Auuual Clearing: Sale of Summer
fiootli and have made sweeping reduction in all departments to speedily
reduce stock. Head and investigate :
100 placet Ltwni, 4 cents per yard.
50 plvcet Linen Lawni, worth 20 and 25c., re
duce to 15 tod SUc.
00 pleei Dren Ginghams, 8, 8 and 10c.
50 piecot all Wool Buntings, only 20c. ; worth 'c.
fc) piece. Bceriukers.B and 10c.; worth 14' j and 15c
Solid Colored Glngbama. woith l."v for Sc.
White Check and Striped Naioeook, 6, 8 and 10c
India Linen, 1 yard wide, only 10c.
Hummer Silks, 43. Mtfi,)c.; reduced from 60 75c.
brocaded tiatini, 40 and 80c; worth 75c.
It yards Fine Brown Muslin, 1 yard wl.lo, forfl.
BUtcned Cottons, 5, 7, 8 and 9c. Great linrgauiii.
Lace Buntings, IS and 20c. ; worth 2b and J5c.
We are determined to make a clean sweep and offer such extraordinary liar
pains as an exclusively cash house as ours can offer. Lookout for the Great
Kemuant Sale Friday. It pays to trado at STUART'S.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPfiK OF ALEXANDEK COUNTY
ENTERED AT TUB CAIRO POSTOFFICE FOK
TRANSMISSION TnROTJOH THE MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
Notices In this column taree lines or les 2b cents
onelnsertion or 1.U0 per week.
WANTED An experienced yonng lady desires a
situation as book keeper or office clerk. Sat
isfactory references given. Address Box 574. 3t.
FOR RENT-Mv cottage. South side Fourth St.,
near corner Washington Avenue. Applv soon.
WM. B. GILBERT.
WANTED LOCAL AGENTS To loll and deliver
on commission. A good chance for a capable,
energetic aud trustworthy man.
8. C. VALMEK, Bloomlngton, III.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third page.
t Ladies' Kangaroo Shoes at Black's, lw
Yesterday was the third and hottest
day of this summer.
Fourteen pairs James Means' Shoes
sold in one day, at W. E. Gholson's. It
Randolph County Democrats have also
declared themselves for Cleveland after
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
cry, Jacob Klee. tf
Mrs. D. J. Baker is preparing to have
amusicale at her residence up town, on the
first Thursday in July, for the benefit of
the Episcopal Church.
For Sale Two desirable lots on 25th
Street, Comings Division. Apply to Jno
A. Toore, tf
Mr. O. M. Aldan, or what is left of
him, is en his feet again, after a several
days' hard "tussel" with the doctors and
inflammation of the bowels.
Ladies troubled with sore foet should
try a pair of Kangaroo Shoes. For sale at
Mr. II. Frohma held a dozen or more
tenth tickets in the Louisiana lottery this
month, and one of these was the number
that drew a $3,000 prizo. He has gone to
New Orleans for his $500.
Mouldings, picture frames, chromes,
paintings, artist's materials, etc., cheap, at
SSEighth Street. 3t
Judge Robinson gave some three or
four of the female cohorts of Pinch a piece
of his leijal mind yesterday. The culprits
had made the air on Fifth Street shiver
with verbal and other obscenities.
If Clark A Lovett haven't what you
want in their line they will get it for you.
At last accounts Marshal Ross, of
Mound City, was in a fair way to recover,
though at first his case was considered
precarious. His leg was amputated just
below the knee by Drs. Farker and Casey.
Kangaroo Shoes have all the qualities
of French Kid, without the tendency to
peel and stretch. We have them on
hand. Black. lw
There is no Republican nominee for
State Senator. Mr. Riess who was nomi
nated at Carboudalo Thursday, has indi
cated a determination not to accept. There
was bad blood among the candidates be
fore the Senatorial Convention.
A big lot of Ladies and Misses' Jersey
Jackels just received at W. E. Gholson's.
At the Methodist Church to-day mem
orial services will be held in memory of
Bishop Simpson, deceased. The hour of
tbe service is 11 o'clock. Bev. Scarritt
will officiate. The church has been draped
in mourning for the occasion.
Nine dozen James Means' $3.00-Shoes
just rctived atW. E. Gholwn'g. It
This is genuine Dixon Springs weather
and people are longing for the cool shades
of that delightful rosort. Over three hun
dred people will spend to-day under the
trees that surround the Springs in the park,
away from heat, dust and mosimitos. It
makes one feel envious.
To enable people of moderate means
to beautify their homes, Clark & Lovett
will sell pictures en the weekly installment
plan. .Call and sec them. at
Pinckneyville Democrat: "In Mr.
Thomas S. Wilson, of Cairo, tho Democrats
bave nominated a splendid candidate for
member of the Board ot Equalization. He
is a sterling Democrat, is eminently quali
All Linen Towels, SS-ln lone, fancy border, only 10c
All Linen Towels, fancy border, 50 In loue, for 'Aic.
Ladles and UenU' Fancy Hosiery, regular-uiado,
worth toe. per pair, Tor i!5c.
Ladles' Balbrlan Hoho, only 20c: worth 30c.
Ladles' Kancy titrlpe Hose, 5 and lie. per pair.
Cblklron a Kancy Strip.) Hose, 5, lw and 15c.
Ladles' Lisle Thread Gloves, 5 and 10c.
1. sidieo' Lisle Thread Gloves, 10 buttons length, c
K'egant lino Ladies' Silk Mitts, extra long, lor 5uc
l.iiou Japanese Folding Fans, i'.i, b and loc.
M) Cloth Extension Fans, only loc.
Parasol Slock reduced to close oat.
See our Ural. led j crseys, '. UO and J!.50.
Nice Plain Jerseys, $1.2.5
fied for the place. His own county, al
though pretty equally divided, will give
him a handsome majority. Let the bal
ance of the district do ils duty aud his
election is assured."
The "Imperial" is the best unlaunder-
ed shirt in the U. S. W.E. Gholson. It
Michigan instructed for principle.
"We demand that all Custom House taxa
tion shall be for revenue only, and we in
struct (ftir delegation to INSIST on a re
affirmation of the policy of tariff reform."
This is the lanugai;e used, and there is no
nonsense about it. Let Illinois follow
The best $2.00 Jersey iu the city, at
W. E. Gholson's. It.
alassnc County, Uapt. 1 nomas' own
county, was represented at tho Carbondale
Convention last Thursday by only five del
egates, only one-third of the delegation
selected in that county. There were but
two delegates present from Perry County's
eighteen and but three from Randolph's
twenty-seven, Several of the other counties
wero also but partially represented. But
Republicans everywhere are wild with en
Cairo Bhould support one good art
Btore, and if Clark & Lovett receive the en
coutagement and support of the people
they will continue to add to their stock as
heretofore until the establishment will vie
with any in the cities. It
It is but a little time until the Dem
ocrats will have named their Presidential
ticket, and we can afford to wait with pa
tience the coming of that time. If our Re
publican friends prefer to fret and fume and
indulge in vain prophesies about improba
ble events, there seems no reasons why the
Democrats may not calmly enjoy the per
formance. The theatrical season is over
aud circuses have not been so numerous
this season that a grand free show may not
prove entertaining. One thing may be de
pended upon : Every effort will be matlo
by tho wise leaders of the Democratic par
ty to do thoso things which the Republi
cans would not have done, and to leavo un
done those which they they would bave
done. Past mistakes, almost criminally in
excusable, have taught lessons that arc ot
valuo and which will lead to results, it is
hoped, different from any that have discour
aged the party in tho twenty four years.
At auy rate, it may be believed that the
prophets who are asenbiug in advance all
manner of evil, are expressing their desires
rather than an inmate knowledge.
If you haven't got the goods you can't
sell them. The successful business man
adds to his stock what the public wants, to
gether with whatever novelties in hiB line
that nppesr from time to time. Acting on
this principle, Clark & Lovett are always
prepared to meet the requirements of the
Capt. Thomas has never missed an op
portunity to boast of his several successful
invasions of the Democratic garden of this
district, aad gathering there one after
another eome elegant bouquets of flowera,
the most promiuent component parts of
which were sweet Williams. He boasts of
wearing upon the lapel of his coat, as tro
phies of his successful raids, Sweet William
Allen, Sweet William Hartzoll and Sweet
William Murphy. In this campaign there
is no Sweet William for Capt. Thomas, but
he will doubtless "make a sneak" to tho
garden as in former years, with tho inten
tion of irrigating his bouquet of Sweet Wil
liams at the Democratic Fountain. Wo fejl
safe in Assuring him that he will be wel
come in the garden. He will not only be
permitted to enter, but will bo invited to
do so, and, certainly, it would be at least
exceedingly ungallaut in him to decline the
invitation. His entrance will be safe and
smooth; we can assure him of that. The
Democratic Fountain will smile upon upon
him enticingly and will afford him every
opportunity for refreshing his bouquet
temporarily. But wo warn the Capt. wo
doit in tbe kindliest spirit that auy at
tempt on his part to carry off that Fountain
will furnish an occasion for a new vursion
of "Over the Garden Wall," in which a
doughty would-be congressman might
bo inado io cut a rather
undignified figure. Go aud net
your water, Capt., from the Democratic
Fountain. You are welcome to all you
want (and you may get considerably more
than you want, of an unpleasantly varying
temperature, too.) But don't "monkey"
with the Fountain; its loaded and liable to
go off on very slight provocation.
Two Hundred and Fifty Soldioro
Said to Have Bon
Streams Swollen and the Country Hooded,
Causing Croat Damage to Property
and Live Stock.
A Bohemian Civil Engineer Murdered
and His Body Dismembered
HEAVY RAINS AND WSASTROUS FLOODS.
Berlin, June 21. Severe raius have
fallen during tho past forty-eight hours
throughout Galicia lloodlug tho country
and causing an Immense amount ot dam
age to propeity. All the streams bave
swollen and a number have overflowed
their banks drowning many cattle, sheep
uuu oiTiuo. me .jjuKpuDiisiies a re
port from Llmburg saying 250 soldiers
were drowned, but tho ivnnrt la not. vet
continued. There is no doubt, however,
mm several jives were lost.
A MYSTERIOUS mckdkk.
Prague. Juno 21. A nromluent civil
englnoer was found;mtifdered at Lis resi
dence here last night. The head was
fouud In the bed-room, the body In the
parlor and the legs In the klteheu. His
money aud jewelry were untouched, and
nothing was missing to indicate that the
murder was committed lor the purpose
of robbery. An artillery officer belong
ing to the garrison, who is known to
have had a grudge against the murdered
man, is suspected of the crime and is
being closely watched by the police.
rniNCK ok oraxgk dead.
London, June XI. Alexander, Prince
of Orange, son of King William of Hol
land, is dead. He was born August 25,
DOWN THKY OO.
London, June 21. The market tor
American securities opened weak, and by
noon there was a decline In the list ra us
ing from 1-8 to 3 3-4 pr cent, as coin
pared with last evening's closing prices,,
the most marked being Central Paciic,
St. Paul, Lake Shore, Nw York Ceutral,
Illinois Central and Erie Consolidated
GAlUUSOti'S FAILURK IN ENGLAND.
London, Juno 21 The announcement
of the assignment ol Commodore Garri
son creates general surprise in financial
centres throughout Europe and among
the mcittbcrs of the Stock Exchange of
this city, where his financial standing
was thought to be almost iinprcguablc.
The report on Thursday that he had al
lowed a note to go to protest was re
ceived with incredulity. Nevertheless,
it affected the market and was the cause
of a marked decline In Americau railway
The Standard this morning says:
"Commodore Garrison's failure win no
doubt depress American securities to
day, as such heavy failures will cause
a strong feeling against American
stocks In tbe minds ot Investors, and
Influence them to look elsewhere
for more desirable investments." It
also says the lailure has canscd a weak
feeling to prevail in the petroleum
market, and expresses the fear that it
will result in a number of failures iu that
Qt kkns rows, June 21 .Arrived : Adri
atic irom New York.
They All Want Hun.
AutH'STA, Me., June 21. Mr. Blaine
has accepted an invitation to be present
at the commencement of Bates College
next week, fie is a member of tho
Board of Trustees. lie will take part
in the exercises of conferring degrees.
Ho has also accepted an Invitation to at
attend the commencement of the State
Agricultural College at Orono, June 28.
Campbell to be Disbarred.
Cincinnati, O., June 21. An informa
tion was filed this morning for tho dis
barment of T. C. Campbell and the trial
was set for July 21. Campbell waived
service and waived certification of the
copy, stipulating only for an exact copy,
the information was referred to the rela
tors without publication.
The Mt. Pulaski Murder.
Lincoln, III., June 21. The triple
murder trial wnich has been pending here
two weeks closed to-day. It is generally
thought that Hull and Ferris will be con
victed, as their alibis failed. Tbcy arc
charged with the murder of C'has. Me
Mahon and his two hired bauds near Mt.
Pulaski, this county, In August, 1S2.
fiolon Humphreys and O. P. Huntington
Nkw York, June 21. A rumor has just
reached Wall street that Solon Humph
reys and C. P. Huntington have failed.
Particulars arc iiot available at this writ
ing, but the rumor Is believed to be true,
aud has been telegraphed to prominent
brokers and exchanges. Solon Humph
reys Is one of the receivers ol the Wa
bash. Ground Up By Machinery.
Chicago, Ii.i.., June 21. Miss Alice K.
Wells, of Boston, while viewing the ma
chinery on the upper Door of a large grain
elevator on Twenty-second street yester
day, was caught In the machinery aud
crushed to death in nu Instant. She was
eighteen years of age, and was visiting
the family ot II. N. Greeley, of this city.
I'msiinjo, Pa., Juno 21. Bay and
Crittenden, the jockeys injured by being
thrown from their horses at tho Exposi
tion Park races yesterday, were not fatal
ly hurt. It Is thought both will bo able
to mount again In a few days.
Shot White Matins' an Arrest.
Milwavkkk, Wis., June 21. Police
man Pilchek was fatally shot while trying
to arrest an unknowu man early this
morning. The murderer escaped.
Ironworks Trouble Settled.
Pittsbirou, Pa., June 21. The
trouble In the Volta Irou Works at Apollo
woa settled to-day by the manufacturers
dlgniug the Amalgamated scale. Work
will be resumed on Mouduy.
Ai-i.EiiiiENY City, Pa., June 21. lire
at noon to-day damaged the residences of
P. C Orr and Prof. Nealo ou Irwin ave
nue to tho amount of $15,000; Insurance
A Troubled Oil Market.
New York, June 21. There was a
flurry in the oil market to-day. Opened
at 58 1-4, declined to 55 1-2; rallied to
59, and then decllued. Kumors regard
ing the Standard Oil Compauy ure again
Death of Andrew L. Pudney.
Ntw York, June 21. Andrew L. Pud
ney, surviving member of the late llrm of
Pudney & liuasell, publishers of be lime's
lltview prior to the war, died lu Urooklyu
last night extremely poor. Ho was sev-euty-eight
Jopun, Mq., Juue 21. Sheriff Roberts
left last ulght for Jefferson City with
two fresh convicts, Beu Johusou, three
Sears for horse stealing, and Moses Has
kjus. aud Fred Smith, colored, two years
each for graud hirceny.
NjjW Yokk, June 21. Miguel Chuicon,
the. Ctitian who kilted Maria Williams, the
wiltiof Monroe Williams, last night, was
arrested this moning and held to await
the Coroner's inquest. He said he was
a cigar-maker and that his parents reside
in Cuba and are very wealthy.
Whisky Was the Cause.
Siikliiyville, III., Juue 21. Dave
Camlield was run oer and fearfully
mangled yesterday by an Ohio & Miss
issippi freight train a hart mile south
of Cowden. His arms wero broken, his
chest crushed, and his body ulinoit cut
in two. He was a painter by trade,
lived at Uolliday, and leaves a family
at Cowdeu. Whisky did the business.
Seems to Run in the Futnily.
Paris, III., June 21. William Bon
well, wlio lived uear Logan, a village thir
teen tDlles northeast of this city, com
ruitte,d suicide this morning by hanging
himself in his barn. He had been home
only a short time from the Insane Asylum,
where he bad been pent for treatment,
lie was abom sixty-four years of age.
His mother committed suicide by hang
ing herself several years ago.
Grain and Provisions.
SATl'llDA Y, JUNK lit, m.
CfiTTOS-SU-ady; iiihMliiiir. 11' SUV'.
Ft.Ol?H Steady; XXX to choice, t-'l.aj,4..V);
patent. I j.7iK&6.&
W hkaT Lower; No. S Ited, ll.t-Viil.l;
No. 3 Uei, iNi'Aitie.
Cork - Sternly: No. 2 mixed, j-Vvi'lJ ie:
No. S white mixed. 0iiiilc.
OAts-HiKlicr; No. 2. sc.
ltVB Nominal; No. 2. 00c.
TOHA(:o-r'irm: mifs common to elmieo,
t'.1(MjMH): leaf; common n-d leuf, i
10.OB: murium to iroou 1 12. Win.).
H av frouiu fU.mt,ll.i fur nrime to
choice: clover mixed, 'or common m
prima: tunvtbv, tl2.iwil8.6o lor prime to "Kilt
IIl'ttku Firmer: cliolcem inner fn-uiin ry
M'VUc: dairy. Clioicu lo tiuicy, j.Vil7c; lo
hGr.s Uulet. at Knaill'ic for strictly fresh.
I'o'f atokx New flnn t -'..:ya ; i.er bar
rel for choice and W'ntl.in per hu
I'oiik Lower: mallard mess. H.'i.75ilt;.2j;
Lako Nominal; piTiiio steum, T!4r(J; ',p.
llACn.N Longs. He; btioru, HVjJt'.c: clear
Woni, Tub-washed, choice, ie: fair
'-"yri.Si'jc; diniry and low 3tt&.2 Unwashed
Clioicw medium, 21'4c; Rood iivpriuro medium
I'X.'Jlu; Helectcd liifht tine 171'ie; Rood uv
ei'Htff, Kwtlic; heavy Mftlfic; comhinjr. "4
Dioud, m'frlc: comtiinir, low Rradcj. l.V l-e.
HiliKS-Ouii't; dry Hint, lcin: dam
(Ured, l:i,i:i",C; nuns or mas. 10c; dry
suited, 12c; dry suited, damaired, IDc: km and
cult, salted. '4c; damuRed, ti'c: hulls and
snors, D'ic; preen, uocuied, 7',,c; damaged
Siiekp Pki.ts Staidy; jrrcen, Thymic; dry
do, uT0e., as to amount and malltyof wool;
Riven Bheailunfs, lie; dry Uo, 10il5c; lamb
Wit kat Stead v ; No. 2 Hed,
July. W'c; AllRUSt, l.(l ;
Coh. Lower; June, lil'jf.it.'c; July ti".,.
AuRiist, Kte; Septenilier, IU i:
O.yrs - Lower; .liine.i',c; July, :ti;i u. Aiir
Ust.a4'4e; September, lll' je.
I'KovisK.Ns-Pork -Hull; spot mcu,f hi i;;;
Lard-Lower; steam, July, jT.irn
Whkat Hiirlier; June, s:,c: Jtily n;- e
AilKUHt, KK',,e; Si ptenil.er, Ks' j'V' c ' '
Coit.N-Slea.ly; June, Jlv. .Vi'.a
' AiiRUSI, ye-ve; September, 5i;i. 'iko
year, is'n. "
Oats Weaker; Juno, 3ll.,r; July IIP ...
Auirost, 27 -V:; year, 2.1 '2c. ' " '
1'iihk Weaker; June, $l!l.20; July Jl'r'u
AuKU.st,l!l.2n. y' ''""'
Laud ll iriier; June, f7..v.; Julv &-;:'
AURUst. :..:;; Seplemh. r. 7.s.-i. "
.Siikkt Itnis June. ?7.',7'i; July -m-AuRUst.
T.!",; Se,temlHT, fs. '
Live Stock Markets.
IIoiiS-Kecolpts, head: prices IO.ITc
V rvrtw! y l"ltkl,IK 1U"1 "hll'Piu;
CATTI.K-lfecelpta, g,(Ml heud; Mealy tr.
ports, tts...'.i; Rood to choice, ft; l.vao
common lo lair, l"i.2.vyA0). ..
SlIKKP-lteeelpts, :m head; unchanRcd
eouimon lo Rooil, :;..jiiai.!o.
CATTi.K-Markct uuchanRcd: common
dull mil lower; Rood to choice xhm.
piiiR tl.2r'tii.li; medium, S.ywuiyi .
Luieliers' Riades of from imo to l.luo h,h
.Viy.2r; fair Xit Rood native cows, f:i fyi-A
4.m; MlockDis and feeder lower at fV'fci
HllKKl- ami I.AMHH-.Markel llrm; inedHim to
Rood of Irom !nj to 112 U.K., It.7r.vf, u or
dinary to choice lambs of Irom tiC, 0 pj
JlnOH-Opllimrv l'i Roo.l Yorkers, IW37;
Rood tii cholcii, f i.20't6..v,; Itutelier Rradcs
r7Tl.r.Ir'-fpl. 1,11; Hleadv: llllllVO
Hlce,., I, I..VR) IbH. iivciuRo, ff, t,,t
ll.;i'.;o ! V, l,l'' h. iiveriiRe, tSiV M;
hloekertiind feedi.rH; l.2r(il.!H fair Ioroo,!:
iihUvc ch, ;si.
llooK-IOcelpU, li.Hi; weaker mid llld
lower; lou of nto :m Ibh. nvurilRn, H7iVra
fi.06; iniiliily, Hjttkki.W.
hiiKM lieeeipts, iix:,j .,iit.; natives, 121 lbs.
a. r. R -, 11.20.
Money ar.d Stock Market.
Nr.w YoiiK.Jiine'.'l. Monev:iierci,i .
chiinire dull; (iovcrnmciilHdnll; current y O's
III bid: 4'H COIIPi.liH. IIIIU hi k fx. ,1.. nnJ
bid. In tho early dealinxH I he bull elluuos.
IftkinR HdvanliiRc of the s. Hrelly of Lurk.
HMiionu and MiKMouri I'aciilo nUn-k on the
market. aduiinirttcriiiR 11 hi.-vi ro syuo.o to
Iheshortfl. The Rhons rushisl to cover, anil
at ll:l prices showed an ad nine,: of 1 toll,
por rent.., the latter In Missouri Paellle, and
Lackawanna advance h. Schloir to reiilUo
oaused n reaction of 'i t 11 per cent, by iwon.
ft unfiivorable han't 8 aieincnljt nlno nl.to.l
Ui the ttocllne. The innritel la now fevt r ch
SUMMliK UNDER WBAE!
Kxainiiioour lnrjjc lock of Light Weiti'. IlinU'-rweiir from
the 15-ecnt gauze IJnd tisli irt lo the tinest $5.01) Jtalhi-iggan.
Our stdfk ol Suminer JJosiery is coniplete comprising Lisle
Thread, Balhriggan ami Silk Uall-lloe.
in aliundance. Manillas iu large quantities. Children's
Straws n specialty.
Especial attention is called to our largo stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
Tho "l'ali.c.." Clothier.
Commencing June 23 and for this week onlv.
:M0 pes Calico, Sc.; worth 7 and lie.
SO pes (lingliams li)c ; worth J-' and L.
o() yes Victoria Lawns, in. 12 1-2. 17 1-2 and 20c.
."iO ies India LiVns, 12 1-2, ir, 17 1-2 and 2iic.
50 pes Checked Nainsooks, lo, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 2e.
25 pes Fancy Nit ems. 25c; worth 35e.
25 pes Tongue Mlks. fancy patterns, :7e.: worth 50e.
50 pes Summer Silks, 50,55 and (inc.; worth 75 and 00c.
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at $2 00; worth $:i.00.
100 Satin Parasols, line,! aud trimmed with lace, 82.50;
50 Elegant llrocade : atin I'arasols, with lace, 81.00:
Hands' me line of Plain and Hand-painted Fans at greatlv
BARGAINS lor KVMRYBODY this week, at
J. IJU1JG ICR'S.
WAI. M. J)iVV.II)SON,
STOYliS, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned 'Merlin and -Ante "Ware,
Uinl Cages, Hath Tubs, Water Coolers it Ice Cream Freezers.
Ayent lor Adams & We.-tlake Oil. (iasuline ami Oas stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., llaiii'lton Steel I'lows, Chilled I'lows, Walking Cultivators,
Com Slielleis, Planters. Ftc, Etc.
ao 97 '-V- Kialith Street,
1U. H IV 00, CA'I 111.
'I'KIiKl'IlONK NO. r.'O.
OFFICE: Koom No.
711 OHIO LlVEE
liverpsc-1 iiinl I. iitlon uml UWM,
(ierniaiiia Fire Ins. Co.,
Slti-inirHi'M F. A M. Ins. Co.
Howard Ins. Co.,
Farmer's Fire Ins. Co ,
iafra rains. Co.,
OPKX JUNE I
TJOHMS: 88.00 per
AXAISIS UF ONE
SPJilNONO. 1 .
Carb of Iron 122.0
C'liloiiuV of Iron tract
.Sulph-.ti' of Iron tract
Alkalies !!!) 0
Cliloiidii ol Solium. . . 01.0
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Sulilit.ti! Mi.r,( Mfl... . IJ2.0
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' nrhotiMto of Iron , . . . 23,1
Sulplinte of Alumina. . 00.7
Siilpliatfof Magnesia. . 11.
Cliloiiili! of Sodium... . U-J.l
ClilorMi! of Calcium. . 18.4
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Sulphhato of Magnesia 17.8
C'urhonic Acid Oas.. . . 17.8
Sulph. Hydro. Oas.... 10.5
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