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THE DAILY OAlllO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKNlNtt, JUNE 24, 1884.
flie Daily Bulletin.
nZTTflH Or AI-KXANDER CUl'NTY
T IH CAfRO rOSTOFKICK FOU
TRANSMiaSION THBOL'OUTHB MAILS AT
U eKCOSD CLASS HATK8.
i. thli folnmn iflroe lino or li 2!centt
roorr - .1 m) iiir wepk.
. ..ndrlimouit rntitid lad Hnnlna
V...:.in huok keeper or ofllee clerk. Ht
.ftctorr ufcrepcc. given- Addrw Bui 674. at,
n.u liKNT-Mf cottage, South tide Fourth St
..cnrner Vbtngtoo Aenne. April 0011
- ut WM. B. GILUBKT.
nTTvTKD LOCAL AGENTS To ioll tnd deliver
,.,.,tif md trottworm? mn.
eoergitlc aa it PALMKK, BloomltiRton, III.
Chicago Ice Cream!
Th."Cherful Worker" f the Bapttnt Church
111 i"'" -imrrh urouiii i Cur lllth
Will Blve aociaum uu i" r.
and Poplar St..,
Tlmrsilay Niglit, Jane 2Cth.
Tho nnblle U cordially Invited. AdmlMlon
which include. Chicago Ice Cream and Cake. 25c,
Entrance tGr onnda on Toplar Street.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Ad Jitionul locals on third page.
-The Methodist Sunday School will
picnic at Hodges Park Thursday.
Icc, wood and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klce. tf
-The ferryboat Three States will prob
ably be in the water again Friday.
-Mr. W. C. Mulkcy has gone to Cape
Girardeau to attend the annual commence
ment at St. Vincent's College.
Mouldings, picturu frames, chioma,
paintings, artist's materials, etc., cheap, at
35Eitith Street. 3t
-Mr.E. P. Jackson is iu the city selling
crackers soda crackers. He was sent here
in a band-box, to Messrs. White & Greer.
Guy Morse is back fmni Florida, to re
main till after the election, when he will
return there to engage in fruit farming.
Fob Sale Two desirable lota on 25th
Street, Comings Division. Apply toJno
-Agent Birchett, of the M. & 0. R. R.,
is expending sereral hundred dollars in
altering and beautifying his handsome cot
tage residence on 7th Street.
The filling on Tenth Street has great
ly improved its appearance. A coating of
gravel from levee to levee is now in order,
and would make Tenth the best driving
Btreet in the city.
To enable people of moderate means
to beautify their homes, Clark & Lovett
mil Bell pictures on the weekly installment
plan. Call and see them. 3t
- Judge J. H. Mulkey, Mr. W. C. Mul
kcy, Mr. C. R. Stuart and Mr. E. B. Pettit
went to Cape Girardeau last night to attend
the commencement exercises at St. Vin
cent's College there.
Yesterday's rain did the Bermuda
grass on Ohio Levee good. The green
Hades are showing up nicely all along the
slope, and the roots promise to take firm
hold in the ground during the summer.
At auction for ladies only Tuesday
morning at 10 o'clock, a large and f ne
stock hallow ware, knives, forks and
poena. Must be sold; 111 Commercial
Avenue, next to Opera House.
Mr. Sim Tiber and all bis family left
yesterday afternoon for their new home in
Dalas, Jexas. After twenty-one years'
residence here they will probably find it as
difficult to forget Cairo as their friends here
will find it to forget them.
-Capt. T. W. Shields left last evening
fur St. Louis, to be present when his recent
ly purchased boat, the Annie P. Silver,
leaves there on her CrBt trip since Bbc came
into his possession. The Silver will proU-
bly leave St. Louis to morrow.
2t Thomas Wistlu. Auctioneer.
Focsd A black and white setter dog,
with dog check attached to collar. Owner
can have the dog by calling at the Stone
Uepot and paying for this notice. 2t
The best way to gt to Dixon Springs
is to take the steamer Hudson Thursday
evening, which will land you at Gukonda
Friday afternoon and the ten miles drive
over a good road in the cool of the evening
from Qolconda to the Springs makes it a
very pleasant trip.
For reasonBbest known to itself the
Argus will probably ere lonir set apart a
secluded corner of its fourth page for its
colored society items." But will the high
toned colored element, as represented by
jir. uiaaatn,hB pleased with such an in
The Cheerful Workers give a Lawn
Sociable on the pleasant ground at the
Baptist Church next Thursday evening.
Plenty of nice 6hade trees lit up xviih
Chinese lanterns will make the place very
inviting. Admission, Chicago ice creain
and cake all for 23 cents.
Cherokee Springs are now gaining a
strong bold in the minds of the commuu
ity, as a resort for pleasure seekers; and it
merit the popularity it is attaining, for
probably no place within twice distance of
here will compare with it in attractive
ncii. The Methodist Sunday School will
give a picnic on next Thursday, at Cherokee
gprlngi, on the Narrow-fuage. Adults 60
cents and children 25 for the round trip
The train will leave the depot at 8 o'clock
in the morning. Those who would seek
retreat in the shady wood, or spend a few
hours in (kiting, will huvo ample oppoilu
l'y to dj so.
Tlio Wabash Company will soon have
work begun on upper Commercial Avenue
A truck has already been laid to the eiuth
bank below the lower incline, frma which
the Fupply of the dirt needed is to betaken
When once begun the woik will bo quickly
done for a train load of dirt can he run up
the street iu a hurry and will fill a con
The Chautauqi movement has been
extended to incltid.i tlio young folks, who
already haro a "Reading Union." Tliey are
now to have an illustrated periodical ot
high character, which will be Issued in
July by the publishers of the lar-fatued
Wide Awake magazine, D. Lothrop & Co.,
Botton, who will send it free for two
months to any of our readers who may re
There is really no occasion for sur
prise at the Argus' departure. Early nsao
ciations as well as blood always tell, you
knoft'. The eternal fitness of things re
quires that they should. It is therefore
one of the most natural things in the
world that the whilom Lieuteuaut of a
"colored" regiment should subsequently,
sooner or later, become the publisher and
editor of a newspaper of doubtful social
and political complexion.
The Bloomington Bulletin says of our
candidate for Congress. "Mr. Albright is
a sterling Democrat who will give Captain
Thomas such a race as he has not found it
necessary to make in his former coutests
for the representation of tlio 20th District.
Mr. Albright is in the prime of life, able,
energetic, industrious and plucky, and if
the 20th District is not carried in hia favor
it will not bo from any failure on Iii9 part
to do his full duty in the campaign."
-A defective flue caused tire to broak
out in the roof of City Attorney Hendricks's
residence on Eighth Street Sun lay morn
ing. A considerable hole was burned in
the roof, but the prompt-action of the fire
department saved the house. Most of the
contents were also saved, but several pieces
were broken, others Fcratched up badly in
removing them, and the carpets were dam
aged by water. The house belonged to
Mr. Michael Glynn. Both house and con
tents were amplj insured in reliable com
panies. On Sunday morning a memorial ser
vice was held in the Methodist Church in
honor of the late Bishop Simpson, who was
senior bishop of the M. E. Church. The
church was appropriately draped in mourn-
ing and floral emblems. Rev. J. A. Scirritt
conducted the services, selecting from his
text, Rev. 14th, Chap, lath verse, "Blessed
are the dead which die in the Lord from
henceforth; yea saith the spirit, tint they
may rest from their labors, an dtheir works
do follow them." Mr. Scarritt delivered
an elegant and feeling discourse upon tho
virtues and bright Christian character of
the deceased, also briefly touching upon tho
sorrow ot those who had lost loved ones.
In the course of his remarks he made the
following statement: Mathcw Simpson,
born in Ohio June 20th, 1311, entered the
itinerent ministry in 1833, in the Pittsburg
Conference. He was a graduate of Alle
ghany College and after traveling several
years he was Professor and Vice-President
of the same institution for two years; after
wards he was President of the Ashbury
University at Grcencestle, Iud., for 9 years,
was made bishop in 1832, serving 32 years.
He died at home in Philadelphia June
18th, 1884, his 73rd year of his age. Dur
ing the sessions of the general conference
held in May in Philadelphia he occasionally
attended was present at its close May 28th
and gave a loving farewel to the represen
tatives of the church, pronouncing his last
benediction three weeks before his death
But a few weeks bioce the Argus was
the acknowledged organ of Mr. Scott and
his nartv of political associates, and was
permiting itself to be used as a mud valve
through which Mr. Scott defeuded his
political trickery and relieved himself of
his "sentiments'1 against Tub Bulletin;
and all because Tuk Bulletin took occa
sion to expose his impure methods iu ward
politics and to express disapproval of them
in uo uncertain terms. Tho Argus was
S's. appologist when S's. political horizon
was not yet altogether gloomy, when there
was still a prospect that he would continue
to be able to "sugar" his pliant tool's
moutn Bemi-occasioually. . liut solar as
Scott is concerned things are changed now.
Scott is down crushed completely, in a
political Betise. His following is small; his
supply of "sugar" is low and it would
bring neither cheap glory nor filthy lucre
to stand by him now. In this condition
uie Argus aoanuons nun line a rat does a
sinking Bhip, and even forms un intimate
business relationship with his bitterest per
sonal foe, for no other evident purpose
tnau to share in the "loot"
that this fellow may have
gained or may still gain through hu
triumph over Scott. But, never mind,
no minium " ume some
times reverses things when least
expected. Scott bus more real
seuso in ma nine linger tlian the Argus'
tan colored attachment has in his whole
elongated carcas, and it is our firm lu.i'u.r
that before many months roll around tho
Argus win nave amputated tho attachment
and will again be found suing for peace
nml "tilumJI ut Uo.ll'a I I..
A GREAT DELUGE.
Vho Valley of tho Rio Grande Sub
merged by the Greatest Flood
In Fifty Years.
The Channel Changing Its Course Every
Hour-And All the Earth Turned
Mosquitoes, Frogs and Sand Flies Render
the Discomfort of the Situa
Santa Fe, N. M., June l!3. Special
tologram. For more thuu a mouth the
high waters Lave swept through tho Klo
Grande Valley, and every hour the course
of the river baa changed. As yet there Is
uo promise of abatement, and at A la initio
and otfcer points the river was as high
yoaterday as it ha- beeu for fifty years.
The results are growing dally
more appalling, us euu be readily
understood when it is considered
that the long overflow has turned almost
all the earth tuto quicksands. Wagon
roads are entirely abandoned and by the
most persistent efforts only hits the At
chison, Topeka & S&oU Fe Railroad beeu
abio to support a track on their main
line. At Ktncon the course of the river
and the entire country is so much changed
as to be really unrecoguli-abte. Where
the round-hou.) stood Is now the main
current of the stream, which turns Itself
and tlows north a considerable distance.
From Klncou to Dora Ana there is noth
ing to suggest a railroad. No attempt
bas beeu made to rebuild.
The towns of Torae, Los Finos, Valencia
and Perafto iu Valencia Cwauty, are
Swept away and Ave hundred families are
destitute on the rneda. The San Marci&U
Is Hooded, boats being used to puss from
house to house. The waters iorui an
oceau, and the iron raHroad bridge at
that point was saved only by tnrowiut:
Into the river several loads of cut stone
worth $150 a car.
Socarro has four or five feet of water
ou Mauzeares avenue, beginning at th-s
tlepot and extending to the VhirfUiin of
The old town of Albuquerque Is flood
ed, and there is water in the new town.
More than two-thirds of the crops in
tne valley are a loss. Wheat, nearly ripe,
has fallen, and In many places the care
fully cultivated fields are only a sheet of
Water. Mosquitoes, frogs and saiid-llies
and other pests render day and ui-ht
hideous to the people. The cost of la
borers, who are worked almost continuously-
by the railroad company and
are allowed double pay for night work, Is
immense. Last week the majority of the
men put in eighteen days' time. Train
men have been doing extra duty and are
Tee Iiio Grands has been rising at Al
buquerque for two days. On Thursday
afteruoou the stream broke through the
dike five miles above the n.-w town, op
posite I -as Ranches, but 200 men and
women, working day and n'ght, finally
succeeded in repairing the break. This
etate of affairs Is expected to remain un
changed thirty days longer, as the snows
iu the mountains of Southern Colorado
are jet ten to forty feet deep and heavy
rains fall iu New Mexico almost daily.
ItOWN TIIKY GO.
Loxno.v, Juue American ra'rlway
securities, with the exception of Canadian
Pacific, opened weak, and at 1:15 p. rn.
whowed a decline of 1-8 to 1-4; Central
Pacific falling '6 5-8 as compared with
Saturday evening's cloniug prices.
GUYING T UK I'OI K T-.
CoitK, June 23. The alleged infernal I
machine found on Saturday In Patrick
Joyce's trunk, has beeu found to contain
only common oil. Joyce was taken be
fore tho magistrate this morning, hut
upon above information was discharged.
The detective believe that Joyce wanted
by being arrested to gain notoriety, lie
had accordingly carefully stowed a sus
picious looking brass tube in this trnuk
and then bad his friends advise the police
to look out for a Huspieious person on
the steamer Illiuois.
London, June 2.j. The Most Ileverend
Butler, Bishop of Limerick, yesterday ad
dressed a deputation of land leaguers at
Limerick. He approved of a convention
to seloet candidates for Pasllainedt, and
advocated the election only of J'ainell ad
herents from Limerick.
IKCIDKI TO vk.to.
Viknna, Juno 23. The Council of
StaU has unanimously decided to veto
the proposition to establish an electric
underground railway made by Messrs.
Semens and llalskc, of Berlin.
Madrid, June 23. In Congress Satur
day the Wost Indian members advocated
the suppression of export and reduction
of import duties; the reductlou of ex
penses from thirty-four to twenty-four
million dollars, and un early conclusion
of a commercial treaty with America, as
the ouly menus of extricating Cuba from
the existing depression. Tuc Govern
ment declared that 11 was Impossible for
Spain to assume yearly an annual deficit
and Cuba's debt; and also it was im
possible to assist Cuban aspirations for
better commercial relations with
America, which would damage tho Penin
sula trade with tho colonics, straight
reform Is promised to facilitate trade be
tween Cuba and Spain. The Government
stated that the too rapid abolition of
slavery had agcravatcd t;utan depres
sion. Ttie Cuban mctnners were mncn
dlscontcutcd with tho Qovernineut's
Sr. PETKBsnrRO, June 23. M. Pash-
koff and Baron Korff, chiefs of the Evan
gelical Brotherhood, have been expelled
from Uussia and thtiir books, tracts and
Dlad ft 108.
Thov, N. Yn JM . Bcnjnmlu Car
rlgao who was baiiod here yesterday, was
103 years old. Deceased served In tho
Prltunuti and Mexican Wars.
Ear Last Aet.
Newma', III.,' Juue 23. Last night
Carrie Wilson, a variety actress and song
writer, committed suicide, assigning us a
cause 111 health aud financial troubles.
Tho woman formerly lived lu St. Louis,
where her husbaud is ttill engaged iu
Liquor Sealers Inflated.
St. Joseph, Mo., Juue 23. The special
Grand Jury Impaneled to ludlct liquor
dealers who have violated the Downing
law, have returned 131 ludlcttneuts.
Preliminary trials will probably begin
The Crew ot the Hiawatha.
Bosion, Mass., June 23. The steamer
America, arrived to-day from Jamaica,
reports that Ue crew of the sehoouer
Hiawatha, from Boston to llaracoa,
which was east on Hog-stye Beef, uie
t-afc ou board the bark.
TII.U THEY COM E.
More Wives for the Followers of Joe
Smith and Bukhara Young.
Nkw Yi'RK, Juue 23. Five huudred
Mormons and twenty missionaries ar
rived hero this morning by the steamer
Arizona from Liverpool, uud will leave at
once fur Salt Lake City.
Hot Weather in Illinois.
BLoo.MiNiaoN, III., June 2.1. The
weather for the past few days lias beeu
very hot In many portions of Illinois, the
thermometer ranging from eighty to
ninety-three decrees lu the shade. Iu
many sections the fall of ralu has been
quite luay and damage is already done
to crops iu the low lands.
1'itKKMvN, In.., June 23. A gam; of
counterfeiters were arrested here this
morning, lu their possession was found
several hundred dollars of counterfeit
curreucy and burglars' tools. Counter
feiters arc quite active at work through
out many portions of Ceutral Illinois.
WAlt Klt POSSESSION.
Bloody Fittbt Imminent Between
Union K'WN, June 2;!. At mid
night la-t night H0 Irish and Italian rail
road laborers iu the emp.uy of the 15. &
O. and P., M. i Y. Railroads passed
through here on their way to Point
Marion, to take ossession of a tract of
laud, now lu Id by a Mivdl force of Penn
sylvania Ualiroad employes under Pat
Stieehaii. The attacking party are armed
with picks and shovels A force of 2.")
men are htirryiug to the rescue of Cap
taiu Slieehan aud his little band and a
bloody ilgiit is expected.
Grain and Froriaions.
M .'NIUY. J I" N K c:,JM.
. Klih:k !";t"iiy:
, m'MniiK'. II, "ill v.
x.xx to cuoiet , ft ami.:
W Mf i 1 owit; No. 2
No. J hciL. '' ii.'i ,c.
Cons - Lower: No.
No. J hir tn.ie-l,
li'-.L l.'. ,--l.uV;
2 mixe-l. i'fj'-S'o:
i Uis-W user: No. :ci-3;:;.
live Nominal: No. 2. -c.
'ioRACdi Firiii: lU-'S eoiiiMioii to cMoic
$..'lu ': U-.ii; C'.iiKii.iti r -1 leaf,
lu.-.i: iiKMiuui toiriMul 12.i'il7. V).
I.4r Prnn-if' fn.unwllo tor unnic to
clj'Jie': clover rmxtl. s ' r-,r common
prim: timothy, tl'. if-i' f for unrne to 'V'i-t
Hi'TTKlt Firmer: cnoiceto tai.ey rn-Hfnerjr
'Jttjiu: ory. t-iiOic- to fancy, j.'MTc: low
Kiwlc-i mi. inn, ii.
K'MiS-sleH'ly. l lim,0-,e tor strictly ficsh.
l'oTATOKN-..New linn Ht 2..i(3 iti fx-r l.ar
r;' tor ehoi-e nm1 fi in 1 1 H n r mi.
J'ontc t it !y: "taii'laH iih-si. !H.iO H.i'i;
I, lio N'oin.iml: Mini'! stf-iim. T'.V. ':.
Macon Lomrs. '.Hi; hliorU, M;'4 cleur
Wool, Tub-wliei, choice. fiiir.
.e; llii'y hici id .'Ant. r.'iiwnsh-i
Uioiu; riu-'l m ii, :.l .0; ifoo I m ei hh mcliu 'ii
t'.iajie; -)., -rtjxl light tin.- 17'stU;; tr a
mw, li .I7(;; hi-itvf .KI.V; co rilioi. i
ino kI, ;'VI'-: eoinlmiif, low ifin ii-t. Ifx im.-.
II iocs-'.iiiii'l: dry Hint, lW',lrt ,(: iimn-ai'c-l,
V.Yjr i' ie: tmim or piaiM. Wo; lry
t, I'.V. orv hhiU"I, ilH'iiii- l, !'); kniiifi-1
call, B iio- i. ',c; (IR'inc'eil, .,',.: (mils anil
w its, i';e; Krc-un, uncoreii 7',(-; laui:ir--l.
mii.i:i' I'm.TS stuii'ly; green. 70-iSiw-: ,1,-v
In, iw.7'ic. us lo urn. Milt mi l miuiityor wool:
greiii slieiii linirs, Liu; dry ilu, I'HI.'k;; luuib
WiihA I Lower; No. 2 Itt
I. .lime. !liA!;
; rs'pt einln-r,
111 V. '.isvie; Aiilll-t, I .it I ',
fl.nl S,; Oefolicr, l.n:i',.
i onv l.o'.ver; June, i
t: .liilv, Hc;
Inly, itfUc; All-
Au'ii t, Kl'i,e; Sepli-mlier,
Dais Lower; .nine, ,nw;
Loi-ii. :'li.c: Seiiii-iniier, ici'.c.
I'iiovishin.s l oiK Dull: spot mem, fl
"al7.ni. I.iii-d Lower; stemu, .turns
I II it A 10.
WllHAT Lower; .lime, K",c;
rllail-t, Wl ',,!: Septemliei-, M,i.l(;.
( tiiiN Lower; June, fii'v-;
Aiigiist, iVi'ei September,
oats Stealy; .Mine, ai!4e:
Aumist. 27 '..: year 'He.
1'oitK wciiacr; juiiu, flM.lil; July, JID.ln;
tugiist, f 10. in.
I.AHi)-I.ower; Junn, 7.:t": ,1ulv. t7.H7'.!
August. 7.5l: feplenib -r, tl.HVA.
MIOIIT IIIIW jiiiih, fi.iiii; July
Atiru-t, tV.OU; Seiioinlicr, I7.7U
Live Stock Markets.
20,01)11 lieml; fuirly netive
on packing anil shipping account : light, f I. .71
pnekiiig, f l.!N(i.lii;
iniek nir linn
Mnpplng, l- ..:!. i.
'ITI.K ton uiHB, ii, em neaii; hieu ly; (x-
ports, ii..iO'ii.n(i; good to cnoico sliiiiping,
Ui.l M i coiiiiiiiiu iu nor, .i.i i.hh'i.ui; liulc.l-
Siiki'.p KcceipU, 2,2nn IihiiiI; dull: oni
moil to fit i r, f;.Wi'l.iJ; luo.lium to gonl,
Catti.k Market Hftlvo. weak an I loner;
leiinincl rliiei:y fur exiorl; prices miiy :.'lic
lower: liniiuiiit siee.'N. I.am lbs., . 1); of ;iin
Ihs.. fil.lll: of l.tMMt Ida., fi.iKI; Kilo sUu.-rn,
l.tViii Hih., 4H.H5; of 1,20 ) Mm., tM).
SiiKti' and Lamiih Keeling weak; lower
Moon Market dull ami lower: medium lo
fair Vorkers, f ri.lRKfj!,, ); timelier grades,
iiliolco, 5.i U.
Catti.K UeeelptK, !.; fli-m; natlvo
Iteeis, I.'.'Ul to 1,5iii lls. average, tn.'.th't
l.lll; do (loO t') 1,1 'ill IIir. HVoiHgo, f.ViH("i.ilil;
itoekerH and f''kir; fl.ta.UU; fair to good
mtlve cows, :i.f)iKil.:a.
HOOS neoelpls, KI,iKK; weaker anil lllo
lower; lot of lit) t i ;t!i lbs. uverago, M.'Wi'i
i.(M; tualnly. .7(iWI.M0.
Shkkp HwolptH, nono; nninlnally un
'haiige'l. Money and Stock Market.
Ne YoHK.Jt neXH.-Monr-yl peroiint; Kj.
liangmluU; OovBriimenlndull; ciirrency fl's,
m Old: ' onupniiil, IIM4 1 .1 1 ; 4'',. do llli
kirl. Tlie 'oek m.irkel opuiiod Tregular.
rhe beam Immediately began raiding tuu lift,
riiey circulated uiifavoialilit rtiporiit of tlio
iiianelul mnmllmr of prominent Irnllvldiials,
Undwr heavy nelllng priced decllupil uteiKllly,
kt nmm the ducllliu Mllgod I to lit. A nliut
eoT fy hs occurred slnco. Iiio niurkct It
lew fcrcf tilar. , ,
SUM M UK
Kxiiinineourlaie lockol' Lijjlit Wear Uiiderwciir from
t lie 15-cent gauze Uinlorsliii t. to tlie iiuost $:.O0 lliilbiian.
Our stuck ol Summer Hosiery is complete commisiipvLisle
Thread, Itolbriggnii nml Silk Hall-JIose.
in almmlaiice. Miiuillas in large quantities. Children's
Straus a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and' Waists
The "Talncr" ( 'lolhit'l'.
SPECIAL KAMA INK!
Commencing June and for this week uily.
I'Oi) pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and Jlc.
ol) pes (Miiurhams. lUc ; worth 12 and LV.
.() pes Victoria Lawns. Ill, 1-2, l.,, 17 1-2 and 2ic.
ol) pes India Linvus, 12 1-2, lo, 17 1-2 and 2ie.
.0 pes Checked Nainsooks, lo, 12 1-2. 15. 17 and 2(t'.
25 pes Fancy Sateens, 25e.; worth :!5c.
25 pes Conine Mlks. lancv patterns, :7c: worth 5i)e.
4) pes Summer Silks ",
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at S2 00; worth &J.00.
ll!() Satin Parasols, lined and trimmed with
50 Elegant Uroeade Satin Parasols, with
Handsome line of Plain and Hand-painted Fans at greatly
HAIiGAIXS for EVEKYIS0DV this week, at
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned 1'eplin and A.-ite ATaue,
Ilinl Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Cooler. & Ice ('ream Freezers.
Afiffiit for Adams &. West lake Oil. Ua.Iitii' and (ias toves. ! troit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Com Shelters Planters, Ktc, Ktc.
Nos. 27 &
TKI.KI'IIONK NO. ;20.
OFFICII Uooni No.
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Livernoi I ami I. ndou ami (ilohe,
(ieiniai.'ia Kire Ins. Co.,
Siiiiiio-licld K. ,t M. Ins. Co.
Howiird ins. Co.,
Farmer's r ire I us. Co ,
Niajjiira I lis. Co.,
OPEN JUNE I
TKRMS: 88.00 por
ANALYSIS OF ONE
SPRING NO. 1.
Silicatcd .... 10.3
L'arh of Iron 122.0
Chloride ol Iron trace
SuliliHte of Iron
Chloride ol Sodium. .
Sulphate Alumina. . .
DI! SPRINGS Ml! Bill
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared to do Job Printing of every description from si
Dodger to a Three-Sheet Poster on the shortest notice and
in the best style, and at the lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
OFFICE:-No. 78 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
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and (Wc; worth 75 and
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New York Umlerwriier'fj Agency,
(4eriiiaii-Aiiierioitii Ins. Co ,
City of London,
Amaoii Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co,
.Vol tli western Mutual Life Ins. Co.
TO OCTOIJEK 1.
wei.'k. Spucml .Hatos lo
GALLON OF WATER.
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SPRING-NO. Ji.j SlMtlNO NO. '3.
Silici'es 29.2 !
Sulplmie of Iron i'i.'-l iSilicales 12.3
Carbonate of Iron ... 25.1 -Oxide of Iron 12.1
Alumina. . 00.7
Mapnesia. . 11.
Sodium... . !5 l.l
Oxide of Aluminum... 01 5
Sulphhate of Mapnesia 17.8
Cai honic AcM (las 17.8
Sulph. Hydro. Oas.... 10.5
J. 10. LEMMN, lessee,
Allen Sntinyfs, Pope Co., Ills